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CLAB.KSYILLC JULY. 6, 1887,
' A Crow lrk.-In future we will make
a cross nark oa th margin of our paper, ai
a notiflcat'on to all Batons whose time of
ubttripliot b4 expired. Look out for the
croaa mark and renew your subscription at
TJ. IV Taosua, epnservatjv candidate for
Congress, wUl speak here on Saturday, the
f3tn Intl. ' '.
Tdi Presbyterian church, which hai been
closed for repair during the last month, Is
now open for divine service every Babbath.
During the hot weather the second Sabbath
serried will be at 8 o'clock, r. , Instead of
.4 o'clock, as heretofore. . 1
Lixw'ooD Lakdisq. We are requested to
stale that a meeting of the Stockholders of
ths aboTs landing will be held si Longrlew,
Ky., on Monday the 15th Inst. A full at,
tendance Is earnestly requested.
At a meeting of tbe Directors of the
Memphis, WarksviH Louisrllls Railroad,
held It the Court-bouse In the city of Clatks
wltle, on the 2id of June 1867, Hon. 0. A.
Henry wm elected "President, end Geo. B.
Faxon, Becretary tod Treasurer, to serre for
toe ensuing year.
Ret. S. P. Cbesnct and Rev. T. C, Blake
iwill deliver addresses, on the occasion of the
Sabbath School Plc-nlc, ai Sprlugfleld, to.
. Tri Coomtt Couar, which met lest Hon.
day, Jadge King presiding, transacted a
large amount of business of Importance to
the county. Among Other things it appro
priated $1,000 stock to the Charlotte Turn,
pike, said sum to be expended upon that
part of the road from tbe river In the direc
tion of Charlotte. Three Tobacco Inspec
tors were also elected Dudley Bourne, John
Roberts, and & Garrard for the ensuing
two years. ' ' ' j
A NeiMNcn. Soma person or persons,
firing Inside of the Corporation, are ie tbe
habit of depositing the carcasses or dead
horses, mules, cows, hogs, Ac, in Gallows
Hollow, No. 3., to the great ansjrance of
lha citizens livi'nff In that locality. We
bare been requested to gire notice, that in
future any one found guilty of this offensive
act, will be arrested and prosecuted to the
extent of the law.
UttaoD MntTiico. At the annual meet
jng of the Stockholders of the Memphis,
Clarksville It uisville Ruilroad held at tbe
Conrt-honse, In tbe city of Clnrksville, on
tthe 18th of May, 1807, the following per
aons were elected directors for the ensuing
rear: Joshua Elder, W. A. QfuuUt, T. W.
iKIngr L. Bradley, J. fl. Rioo, J)t. N. L,
Thomas. Br. W. M. Finlev. R. W. Hum-
phreyt, Johnf. House, O. A. Henry, W. P.
Hume, J. Q. Itornbcrger, Dr. J.Cobb, G
glillinan snd Dr. J. H. Porter.
Fiwn National Baku or Clarkrvill.
-See statement of this .Institution in tordayt
taner. The management of this f aok is
lnndor4be.Ktrol of tbe tost business gcn
itlamen of ,our community the Directors be-
.IngS. F. Oeautnn(, G. M. to'arfield, T. F,
f ettut, ,G. W.. IIUroan, and J. W. Kdwatds,
all .roep ,qf JterUng integrity aaa acat
worth. The cashier, V. P. tlume, hi hcen
conneotcd with Hanking bouse bare for
many years, and still .retain the confidence
And esteem of all. Th capital stock of this
Bank bat been Increased $50,000, whiut
will enable it to extend It field of useful
nee. Some of our best citizens, who are
entire)? solvent, are stockholders In this
bank, and each on is bound for double ths
amount of bit stock, which mukct this Insti
tution perfectly siifo.
Bauoains. JVe call the attention of our
readers to the advertisements of Mctsrr. T.
k R. E. McCulloch, appearing In our special
notice col una to-dnr. That desirous of
obtaining bargains in summer clothing and
gent's furnUhing goods, will never have i
fjettor opportunity than the on now pre
Political Discussion. On last Saturday,
Mr. Guy Wiues and Judge Peffer advocated
their claims, as candidates of the Radical and
Conservative parties for ths LegUlnlure, be
fore th people of Clarksville. V had in
tended to furnish a full report of the discus
sion, but an unusual pressure upon our col
umns allows only a brief referenos.
Judge Fefter opened Lb discussion to a
small audience, which, however, grew to
.quite hug proportions before the close of
Jiit two hours' spocb. Mr. Wine followed
a an address that did not extend to th time
allqtte by many minutak An half hour
rejoinder was found by Judge Peffer all too
short for all that crowded upon bis brain and
beart, but proved too long by fifteen minutes
for the resources of Mr. Wines' nothingness.
W should lik wpechilly to give tbe points
of Judge Peffcr's remaiks, be,cafus they fur
nish th best guidance for Conservative con
duct and argument we have yet seen, exeep
In one or two particulars we have not space
to mention. And w should no lees desire
to reproduce the argument, If tboy can be
ao dignified, of Mr. Wines, a Illustrative of
th uutcuabUues of th position of llrawn
low't party, except upon the ground It really
occupies, that of anted force. W could
with, for th sakt of the cause he advocates,
that Guy might fa,H into the hands of such
an opponent as "Old S4ikasui,"4efcriued in
the " Flush times of Alabama," only w ran
not well see bow his Inanities, "full of found
aud fury" though they be, could rest (it a
target plain enough fur even such roicrotccpW
sight. Uuy nailing exchanges with the
colored element present, betokened a confl
uence In Its tupport that may bar been at
the bottom of bis utterly idle declamation. If
this U his apology he should b cautioned
against such overweening rrll.aioe, for the
profound attrnllou of m tny of that portion
of bit audieuc lo Judge I'effrr't admirably
expressed and alaptrd rvaaoulng proved a
susceptibility to sound argument, which may
at last requir of Mr. Wines something more
ih.m tbe loos am) meanlnglcsi fluency of his
J. fl. NKBLETT,
J. A. CHANT,
i Cossbutativ. Cssa. Tbu bag delayed
and most needful org&nliatlonwa effected
put Monday algh. It ha teen holding
nightly meetings since, and beeu stirringly
eddfVssed by tome of oor best speakers. Tbe
success of Its efforts bat been encouraging,
especially in ths addition of colored mem
bers. This club proposes to enroll all men,
whetherdisfranchlsed or not, but Is especially
aimed at a membership of rotert. For these
purposes, It desigas tbe establishment of
branches Inerery cirit district In the county.
Til more effectively to accomplish thesa snds,
we suggest that an Executive Cssnraitte be
appointed by the elnb, whose main work
shall bs the selection of men in every dis
trict to organise therein similar clubs. If
such work is left to the general action of tbe
club It will bs less certainly and speedily
done. This, or another committee, might
alto be assigned the task of canvassing our
civil district, to secure membership, by per
sonal appeal. And the branches in the other
districts should bs requested to appoint like
committees. Outside of such methods of
accomplishment, the club, both hers and in all
the districts, would do well to hold frequent
meetings, and demand the tongars of our
best eloquence. By such organization and
such use of It, ws may be able to Inspire the
citizens of the county to those Herculean ef
forts .that pluck glorious triumphs from the
most gisnt d.jpotitms. Without awaitiqg
communications from this club, we call upon
the people throughout the county to begin
the work of forming "equal rights clubs" at
once In their respective localities, and wrfcall
upon every man to consider' himself a com
mutes of on, to prooure at least one voting
member to these clubs. Shall one hurrdred
and fifty thousand whits men of Tennessee)
representing its wealth, respectability, aqd
talent, fold tbeir arms, whilst a petty hand
ful of fools or knaves piece their msqacles
upon tbem T It la true, these one hundred
apd fifty thousand cannot rote, bi)t their
concentrated voice, thundering in one grand
peal of indignant utterance, can overwhelm
the lip.6ngered whispers of tbete midnight
assassins of th public liberties. Let tbe now
slumbering Hon of Popular Will arouse, and
shaking the dew drops from his mans, give
forth his mightiest roar, and these petty ty
rants will be driven to ths obscure retreats
from whence they emerged. If he lie prone
and listless they will fling their heels in his
face, at one of their ancestors did in tbe days
Major Henry will address the club to-mor.
Gsn. TatrcRsicuT. This gentleman wat
present at tbe discussion between Messrs.
Winer, and Peffer on Saturday, and made a
few remarks at tbe close of tbe speaking, in
behalf of the Conservative ticket. Full of
that enthusiasm of the cultured German
youth, who have so often strangled in
Vaterland tor liberty, he espoused the side
of the Government during tbe rebellion,
believing republican liberty to e in the
maintenance of the Federal Government.
True to this grand inspiration of the noblest
manhood, he now ranges himself on the side
of that principle for which be drew his sword
liberty and equality for all men.
For the Chronicle.
THE DOG MEETING.
A large and enthusiastic meoting of the
citizens ol Clarksville was held at the Gym
nasium on last Friday night, to take into
contideation the justice and equity of the
"Doer law." and the measures best to be
adopted in the premises.
Charles M. Stewart called the meeting to
orier, and, on motion, Dr. Z. M. Taylor took
the ctiftir, apo: i . U. Kotoins acted as Secre
tary. lOn motion, a committee of five, consisting
of Dr. D. F. Wright, W. R. Bringhurst, D.
N.Kennedy,?.?. Willis and J. T. Carter,
was appointed to draft resolutions stating the
object of (tie ctuifr, and the action the cit
izens should tate under the circumstances,
with Instructions to report immediately.
During the interval, caused by tbe fram
ing of the resolutions. Porter's string band
coined eternal reputation by tbe masterly
elocution of 'Old Dog Tray," which being
finished, the committee reported as follows :
Whereas, a recent ordinance of th Mayor
and Aldeimen rf Clarksville, taxing dogs,
has created very general discontent, and we
believe that the same is an error of judg
ment An the part of our "City Fathers,"
without intending to dtf srrsog, or t be un-
j""- . .
Ana wnereas, we ne neve mat a general
and tesimctful expresslou ol condemnation of
said ordinance would Induce oar "City Fa
thers" (o repeal the same, be it therefore
jfeotlvtJ, Thftt the Mayor and Aldermen
of Clarksville be, and are hereby, requested
to repeal said ordinance, and to refund the
moaiej collected to those from whom jX Jjos
Mtiolved, That Or, D. F. Wright, W. R.
Brlngluirst, D. N. Kennedy, T. T. Willis and
J, T. Caitcr are hereby appointed a commit
tee to wait upon t.iid Board and delirer to
them a copy of this preamble ana rejuluioaa.
The question thus submitted for debate
was ably discussed by Dr. Wright, Cbsrles
M. Stewart, and Major Hale, of the "Live
On moion, the resolutions were re-read and
were unanimously adopted.
And on motion, t copy of the proceedings
of tbe meeting was ordered published in the
Z. M. TAYLOR, Chairman.
J. Q. Robins, Secretary.
Meant in Cheatham Cocntv. On Mon
day night last, a most cowardly and atro
cious murder was eornuiitted in Ashland the
county scat of Cbeatliam county. There
had been a Radical meeting at the place, and
after nielli fall, the rowdy wing of the par
ty consieting of about twenty-tire men re
mained in the town to bully and ride over
gentleman. A Mr, Drinklcy, a worthy
young uan was passing tlirougu iue street,
when ttie parly surrounded Inm and denounc
ed him as a Rebel and a copierhead, and fi
nally one of the pirtydrewa pistol and iced,
the ball' taking effect in Rrinkley't heart,
who only proceeded a few Stein, when bs
dropped down dead.
Our lutoruiaiu it not certain wnicn com
mitted the murder, but it was generally be
lieved to be Brownlow's Commissioner.
When h left, no arrests bad been made,
Trice's Landing Tobacco Market.
Tsicss Lahoino, Tsn,
July 3, 18UT.
Sales hr W. R. PoiKDtxTta k Co of 50
hhds. as follows :
818 8o, 15 50, J at 15 40, IS 50, IS 00,
12 i0, 12 80, 12 25, 11 40, 11 , II OO
2 at 10 80, 10 00, 10 70, 10 10, 10 60,
10 80, 10 00, 8 OU, W 00, 2 at 9 20, 8 10,
t lo. T 15. 1 at I 60. 8 PS. 6 (10, 1 at
8 2a, 8 10, 4 40, 4 20, 1 al 4 00, 3 80,
3 oa, 3 al i 80, 3 40. 2 at 3 19, I at 3 00,
2 75, 2 TO, l
On the 28lh of May 1M7, by Rev. S. P.
Wright, Mr. B. T. Kivca, or Lhrntmn county,
Ky., to Miss Mass Raosdalb, of Trigg couu
ty,Ky. " f
In this county, on the 1st lust., after a
short illness, of Congestion, Mrs. Mi at C.
Kisses, wile of r. a. Keesee, in tbe sutn
ear of ber age.. ' '
Mrs; Keesee professed religion and joined
th Methodist Church early In her youth,
and lived tbe life of a true Christian. She
was a devoted wife, a kind and affectionate
mother, and was much biloved by all who
In this city, on tbe 3d Inst., of Consump
tion. Mrs. Amanda Solomon, wife of W. A,
Soloeaoa, in the 81st year of har age.
W kuew Amanda from childhood, sod
can bear testimony to ber many virtues, the
crowning one of which was that of being a
consistent,' bumble snd devout christian.
The chain of ber immediate nrtl)ly circle is
well nigh snapped asunder, but the links are
being fast united In a brighter sphere.
To th bereaved husband, and motherless
child, w offer heartfelt sympathy, and would
say prepare to meet ' (be wife am) mother In
Heaven for tbe is there. 0.
V SPECIAL NOTICES.
How Is the time to hy Cbeap Clo
thing, and tbe house of T. It R. E. McCul
loch Is tbe place to get it. , July 8-1 m
SHOES AND DRESS 00PS.
The btrgest and mqst complete stock of
Shoes of all kinds, and a general assortment
of ladies' Press Goods, and Notions has just
beep received at Farmer, Rogers, k Co.'s,
and can be purchased at lest than Eastern
cost. Save your money and favor them with
Jnne 28, '6t-lm. '.,...
If yom want Uarfjrcuns,
bny Shirts, Drawers, Collars, Cravats, Hats,
Boots and Shoes at tbe Clothing Emporium
of T. R. B. MpCDLLOCH.
July 5, 1887.1bj
FI!fS FBBNCII CA88IUERB COATS
and Pants, Skeleton Grenadine and Cussi-
mere Vests, for sale, at very low figures, at
th CJotpiog Emporium of
T. k R. E; McCULLOOH.
July 5, 1 867-1 m ' '
A Pocket-book, containing a sum of mon
ey, was found in this county, on the 1st of
July, Tbo owner can get it, by calling at
the Hardware store of B. 0. Eeosee k Co.,
proving property and paying all charges.
July 5, 1807-1 m
T. & E. E. McCULLOCH 1
Are now soiling black goods, of every de
scription, cheaper than they be purchased in
tbe city of New York. Give tbem a call
and satisfy yourselves. july 8-lm
BUT THE REST RATES CARRIAGES
AND BIGGIES, Sold and warranted, equal
to any Shop-made work, here or elsewhere
all repairs donefree of charge for twelre
months, at manufacturer's expense by Baker
k Brother of this city, or tbe money refund
ed to the satisfaction of any reasonable man.
They warrant their work and are responsi
ble. Refer to Dt N. Kennedy. Examine
tbeir price list. '
SAM. BROCKMAN, Ag't
July's, 1867 2m.
A. IlllOK LOT
Of skeleton Cassimere Coats, at less than
Eastern Cost, at the Clothing Emporium of
Messrs. T. k R. E. McCulloch, Clarksvills.
Suly 8, 1867-lm
Rhine Wllie. Charles Schlich of the
Strawberry Saloon, has just received an lm
portation of Rhine Wine, from the Old
Country. He offers it for sale by tbe glass,
bottle or keg. Those who wish a pure and
pleasant, and wholesome wine for the table
or for the sick room, should call on Mr
Schlich, as he intends keeping np a scock of
)bis wine in future.
April 5, 18G7-tf.
MEDICAL Not only in this city, but
this entire country has becomeamiliar with
the reputation of Dr. Coleman, a the most
reliable and successful practitioner, in bis spe
ciality, In the South. Perjbapt no physician
has given mors attention to, and applied
himself more earnestly Ad JsldMo,usly to
discover the moat speedy aud positive cure of
Diseases pf Females, Diseases of a
PrJvate Nature, Vanhopd'i Dtblll
tics, Self-Abuse, yeryous Debility.
Sfijal ln0riuUbP8 etc than he has.
Patients who reside in the country can have
the remedies applicable to tbeir several dis
orders forwarded to any part, carefully se
cured In a portable compass, and In every
respect of convenient use. Ladies need not
hesitate Lu applying for advice. A person.
al interview Is out always necessary. Medi
cines, with Instructions, can b administered
tbrouirb tbe medium of correspondence.
Dr. I'Oleman may always be found in
bit Offlre. in the rear of his Drug Store,
on McLemore street. His medicine an
carefully and accurately compounded by ed
ucated snd accomplished pharmaceutists.
Address, L. L. OOJ.KMt, M. D.,
210 Church si,, Nashville, Tenn,
May 3, 1 8.67-2 us.
Live and Let Lire.
To the public generally, snd Meat Eaters
particularly, I would say that I can be found
at ths Market House every market morning,
ready to supply them wltb the beat of Reef,
Pork sod Mutton. So come along witb your
Graeabaoits and get something good to eat
March 29, 1887-Cm.
SIIVOJltiJ Warranted the best,
at Rogers' Uous furnishing Emporium,
Franklin street, near tb National Jlotl,
April 6, '67-tf
. B, BttlNGHlRST, Jr.,
Cen be found at th Book-store of F. M,
Dofaiixarr, on the Public Squara,
CONO V Kit. Oidi-rt may b left at Cooover
Bros'. Music and H jok Store, oa Franklin
street, i'n of ths gold pea.
April 12, 1161 . tins.
FA KM A K, K0GEBS A CO.,
Are in receipt of a new stock of Dry
Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoe, etc. Call and
April 26, l6?-tf.
BE ON TOUR GUARD.
aesinst the Imitations and counterfeits of
HOSTETTEIt'S STOMACH BITTERS, with
which tbe nuTsa who make a diuhokosasls
Livwa, ar now endeavoring to flood th
market of this country " Whenever these
roisoN-HoxocM ar discovered tbey art Im
mediately prosecuted by the proprietors, wbo
expend thousands of dollar annually in trac
ing them out and bringing them to justice.
Within a short time Injunctions have been
obtatnsd In the Courts of the United States
against a number of Individuals and firms,
and suit ar now In progress against several
others, all of whose names will be given to
ths public. But in spite of th utmost vig
ilance and activity of tbeir detective agents,
th undersigned are of course nnabl tfl pro
tect the public tntirtly against piratical Imi
tations of a Standard National Tonic, every
wher (n request, r,d as readily convertible
Into cash as United States Bonds or Treasury
Notes. They, therefore, as a xsasori of
prkcautiox, direct attention to the fact that
a finely engraved iaoei, representing nt.
George and the Dragon, and a beautiful pro?
prietary stamp, besring the official endorse
ment of the Government, appear on every
bottl of th genuine BITTER3. The aril,
cle It further authenticated by a miniature
note of hand, with the sign Hnre of "Hostet
ter k Smith," to counterfeit which Is a ttale
pritou crime. The true MITERS sresoldm
Douut oniy, ana nntr in oik.
JULY 6th, 1867!
THOMAS, NEBLETT & CO,,
Have just received on consignment, and for
sale cheap for Cash,
60 Reams Letter, Pap sad Voto Paper, t
6,000 Envelopes, .
70 Bdls. Wrapping Paper,
20 Bbls. Sugar, Crushed, Granulated, Yel
low and White Refined.
Coffee, New Orleans.
30 Boxea Star Capdlos, in boxes, halves
30 Boxes soap, Washing and Toilet, in
boxes to suit families or the trade.
Just received another lot of Bone Dust, a
IS Backs or Uoffte, Rio, good, prime and
choice, a few Packages of Govern meut Java.
risk, erring and Oysters.
A few Bbls No. 3 Macnerel. ,
30 Kits of No. 1, 2, and 8 Mackerel,
Half Bbl. Lake Herring.
20 Boxes Scotch do
10 Cans Oysters, No. 1 and 2,
5 Kits Pickled Oysters.
S " While Fresh do
Baoon and Beef.
2 Tierces Superior Sugar-cured Hams.
2 " Clear Sides.
2 " Shoulders,
1 ' Dried Beef inside of the Hams.
1 Can Bologna Saugage.
Starch, Blacking, dec.
B Boxes Starch. 3 Gro. Blacking,
12 dot. Brooms. 4 dot. Pepper Sauce
20 doz. Ky. M ustard. 6 doz. Lemon Syrup
White Lead and Linseed Oil,
4 Bbls. and half bbls. Linseed 0)1.
70 Kegs White Lead. (beH)
40 Boxes Window Glass.
i Bbls. Spirits Turpentine, .
g " Spanish Whiting.
8, ".Coal Oil. ,,
J ' L"l Pit,
8 doz. London Porter pts. (genuine).
4 bbls. and half bbls. Pure Cider Vinegar.
THOMAS, NEBLETT ii CO.
July 5, 18C7-tf.
W. A. PEFFER, Esq.,
It prepared with all proper blankt and
forms for any business under the Bankrupt
Law. Part'.es wishing to avail themselves
of the law will find it to their advantage to
consult mm. Charges verr reasonab e.
July 5, 1867-lf
All persons having; claims against the es
tate of W.L. Johnson, will present tbem
within the time required by law, and all per
sons Indebted, to the tame ar notified to
com forward and settle.
W. M. DANIEL, Adm'r.
July 6th, '67-4w.
ALL persons are warned against burins
or trading for a Stallion, Ned Breathitt, now
standing at the stable of A. G. Wilcox,
Tait't Station, Tennessee, or a blooded filly,
3 years old, in possession of said Wilcox,
as they are both my property, and neither
title nor possession has been given up to
ine ridib, ana no consideration oa oeen re
ceived for the same. .
A. II. SITING.
Jaly 5, 1867-4W
W. J. M CORMAC,
Wholesale and Retail Grocer,
AKO DIALI IK-
ILL USDS OF COUNTRY FBODFfE,
lis Tllrl twtroot.
Orders forOoodt 0' Manufkctund Articles,
Oiled with promptness and' at the lowest
market' price. Consignments of every de-
crifiiiuil wrrriunj fiiuBuucu 17.
June 21, 1867-tr
Special term Circuit Court Montgomery
couuty, Tennessee, to be bald SECOND
MONDAY IN AUGUST.
Tbe Court deeming it necessarr for the
dispatch or business that there should be
special term of the Circuit Court, jdjotb ap
point a term commencing on Ui second
Monday In August next,(186T) snd all offl-
ccit of the Court, all suitors, and all witness
es, and others whom It inav eoncern, are re
quired to attend as at a rsgular term without
any further notice.
By order or me itourt.
J NO. W. WILLIAMSON, ClkCC.
June 28, 1867-4SW.
A COMPLETE OCTFIT. FOR A SMALL
factory, a, good a new, and of tbe latest
and tuoet approred style, of Wheel Press
aiacoinerr, rm pen igr mm man vue-iuirt,
of its original oust. Address,
UEUKUB r A I M,
No. 28, Jacob SU, Louiivlll, Ky,
June 28, 1867-3W .
I'LL AS ANT HOME FOR SALE,
I offer at nrivat sale the Farm on which
I now lix, containing 176 acres, balf of
which it in cultivation, and lb remainder
wood bind, lying within two miles of Clark,
vllle, snd near lo tbe Charlotte Turnpike,
which will be built this summer. Tt lm.
provemenls consists of a eomfbrtable Frame
dwelling. Kill beo, good bouses for servant.
( istern, Ice tiousv, I'otato Mouse aud larg.
Frame Barn Willi shed room lot hum.
For Ioforantioo in regard to tbi property,
apply to Dr. jotnita uw.
Jw It. mi 6r
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C. II, JOIVK.
usi V, IBST-ly.
SPRING S SUMMER
of:. - ,
We Respectfully Ask a Call
from the Trade - Before Bpy-
Wherever there has been a
a DECLINE In any line of goods
this season, we will ' cheerfully
and faithfully allow on
COULTER & HILLr.UH,
Sign BIO SII03E,
. f EANKLIN ST.,
Mar. 15 1887-tf '
Brushes of all kinds,
Domestic Liquid Dyes,
And all articles neces
sary or useful in the Sjck
We are recelvlnor fresh supplies, every
week, and nrenared to furnish anv nasa
lities tb market may demand,
IT VEST LOW PRICKS.
We call the attention of Contractors,
OiiUdersand 1'alntera, to our large stock ol'
and Window Q4ass, and all articles In the
way of suiters material, wlricn we arc
aeltuag at a mjaw. advance on maunu
facturers' prices. Orders bom pbi'skilaox
nromntlr iilled. at tha aiffn of the "Bii
uold t'ea," mnnnnsl.1uv.An.BVll.Ll!.
(Stand formerly occupied by J. M. Fowlkes.)
CLARKSVILLE, . TENN.,
Hat Just opened a larg and legaotJ3iock of
GENTS' FVRMSUIXQ GOODS,
Consisting Jo pnf t of
of tb very best material which b I Pa
pered to cut and tnak up
According to the Style,
By tb most experienced workmen of the
West. Ho keep constantly on band, also a
ooupiei UIOCK M
READY-MA PE fLOTDING,
Which, in reesrsl both to price and quality,
be fear no fiompeUUou, if yon will
give mn A CALL.
Mr. WILUH. COOPER is salesman and
would be pleased l see blileods,
P. H Having purrbased tb rstsnant of
Dry Goo.lt and (irocejiea f ). M. Fowlkes
be will clots then out at prices macfe ttiow
April :, U7-tf.
. HO. SI WES? F0CET1I SIBEET,
H. M. MAOILL, Oentrnl Aftt.. .
At usual the PnotNix Is keeping pace with
tbe improvement! of the age, It give
prompt and faithful attention to business,
nd offers Policies to property holders at lair
Fire ricks sollcl'.ed and Policies Issued by
M. O. HTM AN, Baijtni Agent.
Clarksville, June 14, '67,trV . .
Rupture Cayi be Cured
PATENT , ' .
This Is the Host Efficient, Cpmfbrta-
table, and secure Truss la use,
ronsiruciea upon an eniireii
v-. f Principle.
It Is entirely different lu princlpl and ac
tion from any other now in use, aud has
every desirable advantage, vis:
1. It is light, clean, and easy bo pres
sure on tbe back; with motion inward and
a. It bas no springs or pads; the button
is smooth and durable, and will not absorb
perspiration; the pressure Is equal on all
part of tb Hernial aperture, without In
fringing on the Spermatio Cord, (a qqality
possessed by no other Truss,' at th fre
quency of Varicocele In tbos who have
worn tb various kinds pep testify,) thus:
me aperture, oeipg reiteyea or pressure, be
comes Rrmly closed by adhesive Inflamma
tion, thereby performing a cure,
ft. U adapts itself to any position) can be
applied at any age; cannot be thrown put of
place, nor can tbe Intestine be forced 4p(rn
by any strain or movement. .
4. It Is not complicated, and cannot 'get
put at order.
a. it Is the only Trust In tbit country that
trill permanently cure the most obstinate as
srell as fecept patos of Ilernia.
Tbit Instrument hi confidently recommen
ded to tbe public, knowing that It It supe
rior to any now in use. It bat been tried by
sufficient numbers to prove Its snperiority
pver all others, bpth for (he comfqrt snd cure
of th wearer.
My best recommendations are from pa
tients nbo have been ruptured fpr years apd
have tried all tbe best ''Spring Trusses"
without phtaiping rolief, spd bar been
cured by my treatment.
As children who are ruptured require
more than ordinary care, every attention will
be paid tbem,
Ladles will be waited on at tholr homes.
Katistaction warranted In every cat, no
matter of bow long standing.
As no two cases of Hernia are alike, it is
necessary to have a personal examination,
and an Instrument mad to suit the peculiar
ities of each case. -
All commuuicdtlons should be addressed
(with stamp) to
Dr. W. II. P. JONES,
Manufacturer and General A (rent,
' NASHVILLE. TBNN.
Orsici Cqr. College and Union Its., up
stairs, entrance on union Hi.
ayy Territorial Rights for sal.
June 38, 18(7 -8m.
At Fair Grounds, jjjar Clar jisyUle
Mr. W. B. Marshall proposes to t'lin and
teach a number pf horses to go all the fancy
and modern gaits. Persons who have young
stock to gait would do well to have tbem
trained aud gaiteJ for the coming Fall Fair.
He bas fine stables and careful ostlers, and
particular care will be taken of stock en
trusted to him. He bas superior advantages
over all others, as the stock can be exercised
on the track. Charges moderate. Persons
who have stallions com I nor out of the lesson
will hava tbe chance to gait tbem. I keep
fancy saddle bones snd niares for sale, a
Apply to W. B. MARSHALL,
Montgomery Cpunty Fair Ground.
Jane 14, 1867-3m
ICE C D E AJK SALOON!
WE TAKE PLEASURE In informing the
Ladies and Gentlemen of ClarksvjJl sod vi
cinity, that w have fitted up tb room itn
mediately over our store, In elegant style,
wher we ar prepared to furnish them with
Ice Cream, Both Bay and Night
Entrance through our Store, Families
supplied on tbort notice.
LIQON k ELY.
May 1, l7.-tf.
A O. DICK, JO. D. WILLIAMS.
DICK & WILLIAMS,
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
Field Oardcfi fgeeclts.
CL ARKS VI ILK, TBNN.
T 1 1 ' "
WE would much rstbar prove than terl
thai sr will make it to the interest of all to
give as a cell, tvhen wwitipg anything in
our liue. Therefor w only announce that
we Lav begun business with th detertula
atiou to muk our
Both In QDANTITT, QUALITY and
Correspond to tb old reputation of Cfaarks-
ville, a tbe BKST aod CUKAl T WW
CEUY MARKET tbh stile of tie Orleans
In the art cle of USE ALU LIQI OKH. of
every description, we einevt to tialeng all
conujietilion. Toourfiryicery ttok tvt have
added a department ol
AGRICULTURAL ISlrLESf P'T8.
Already w have a large stock of these, and
keeping on the lookout for all new I AT
TttUNS and INVENTION'S, w rspect to
make our Agricultural Kopni eiobrac tbe
largest aod best assortment In this market
We have Just received tb agency of the
celebrated MoCORUICK REAPERS, and
have received a Urge ronsignment of tbem
in conclusion we again ana a personal es
aminatlon of our Block and prices, as we
can only satisfy you In that way of Its truth
PICE & WILLIAMS.
March 2, 1867-tf,
Pit, ,Jf M. lUAHICIISfit
may b found al bit ofhee, 3d Door of Iht
Chronicle building, at U boors, nlets pro-
Morch 1, H97-U ,
HATE OPENED TBKIR NEW ASP WELL'
selected Stock for the '
. .: Cantlstlng o(-,, V.'- -t
:- : ' OrganditiB;- '
' : ' 8.iltA aques, r.
. Lawns, Embroider !; .'.,
' , filrlrfsv. ItfARAmrtlmiAB. '
Fancy Silks, French Percale.
Hosierv. Gloves. Bareges..
' Bomasiinea,' TaMe " -'
Linen, Towele, . ' ' '
, "! and Nap,'
. ' ; kin '
Aid Urg rtrlety of Notions, Vw Patt
ODESSA COUArSIXO BURT,
For which w r thl only agent. .
Oteat attention hat been paid to th de
anrl Gent's FiyniBMng Qopdi, '
Trunks, Shirts, etc. our stock of Gent's
HATS, BQQTS AND STJ0ES ?
ilia beta purchased direct from the roanfac-
turcr in vosioa, thereby saving ID w
cent. Having bought eur Oaods tor CASH
w hnvo tilt taciiiiict to offer great Isdncei
mpnts to our patrons, and will sell at ptlccf
which cannot fail to give tatlsfactlco. '
Call and tee o and examine for' your;
selvrs. One salesmen r: .,
W. PENN DAWSON, A. M. FINK.
ROBERT MAIS HART. . . A. T. ACK1NS,
kinds of country product for CASH or In
exchange for goods. r v ; .;
April 16, 1867-tf. ' ' " '
llllf SPBItlG 69QDS1
J. P, HELMS, SAM. JODX80M.
HELMS & JOHNSON.'
w- - av . v J tr
AT THE REP CORNER, v
HAT? iJPgT RECEIVEp TpEIt STPP5
'. or , " ..'.-;
Call and sco tbeir ttock of "
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Tcjy ore Elcjf n I '
1 - V,
8 LARGE and COMPLETE J
THEIR STOCK QY
HOISERY AliP N9TIPNS
TO T1EIK 6T0CK Of . r ft
Boots and Shoob
They pall your ,
l Urg portipn pf their Shoes are ,
MADE TO ORDER?
They have a splendid Stock of ;
' 1 ' T
Oil Cloth. . .
to all of which they iuut re,ivtfullr Jn,
IU your Wtentjoij. . : ;
8s9Mr. H. Mapisos Atkiss, Q. W. !uj .
Sims. Gom and David Dans, ar BaUsmen
la th bouse.
March 29, 1187.
J. J. MASSIE &C0,,
(Sucuttort to iftuie $ Daftitl,)
MEV S AND BOY'S CLOTUInQ, .
GENTS' FUENISHIN0 GOODS,
Itoots, Sbors.'Usts, Cap; 7runks, Vliciv
Umbrellas, Ac, o.
Ia addiiiM) U) our stock of
Ready Made Clothing,
Will be kept constantly oa band, bug Mr
tortinnt of flu .'
CLOTHS, f 16SIMEKES, VEST! ICS lC.j
Which wscan bar mad np al lb sbortosf
WE ARB VOW EECEINIKQ
oar stcck of
Spring and gomner Clothluf
Consisting of tb latest qit most pproved
styles, and w aiosi eormaiiy tuvita puf
friends, sd tb publllo it larg, to call snd
eiaminv Kxt purchasing elatwber. ' '
. J. MAS6H 4 C0
Sortb side Frsnklla trt, Beit door J, f
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