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- Luci B-StT . miiK n ol d Sco tch
woman-to-ter minister, "Idinna ken
part of your irmon yesterday."
44 Indeed I what wis itf - - "You said
. the Apofltlt used the figure of cir
curulocution, aid I dinna ken what
; it mean." "Is that all r. It's Ttrry
. plain: The figure of circumlocution
, ii merely a periphrastic to ode of die-tios.'f-
"Ob I an t is that all t" said
the good woman, 'jwnal a puir fool I
was not tJ Understand that."
An Indiana gaper gets off the fol
lowing "A love-sick sucker sends us
the lollowing doggerel to print.
Kcspcctfully declined. Go -and tell
.the 'gsT that you are a fool, without
letting everybody else know it."
An old gentleman, who Las dub
bled all hia life in statistics, says be
ever heard of more than one woman
who insured her life lie acoounted
for this by the singulur fact of one of
ino questions on every insurance pa
per being, "what is your age?" ' -
At a roedionl student's examination
he was asked : "Do wounds often
heal by the first intention?", Not
when the patient is rich and the doo
tor poor." "When docs 'mortifica
tion ensue?" f'When you pop the
question, and are answered no ?
1,'A lady asked her gardener why the
'weeds alwavs outcrew and covered up
the flowers. "Madnme,". answeredJ
he, ."the aei s mother of tho weeds,
but only step-mother of the flowers."
A very modest young lady who
was a passenger on. board a paoket
ship, it Is Mid, sprung out of. her
berth add Jumped overboard on hear
ing the rnptara, during a storm, or
der the aiato to "haul down the
shcfetsl" ..... w. .......
At Gibraltar, there being great
scarcity of water, an Irish officer
said, "he was easy about the matter,
for he had nothing to do with .water;
if he, only go his tea in the morning,
1 and punch at night, it was all that he
wanted.'!. ;: ,
. The following appeared somo timo
apo upon the house of a negro in
Philadelphia, ; "Petor Brown, porter
and waiter. N. B. Attends to fu
nerals, dip her ; parties, and other
"Well, wasn't that a finiwhod ser
mon we had this morning?" asked
one person of anothor, as thoy came
Out of church.
"Finished," was the reply, "yes. it
was finished at last, although I began
to think it never would be."-
"I wonder," said a Scotch maiden,
what my brother John sees in the
lusses that he likes sae wecl. Tor
my part I wad nae gie the company
o' ono lud for twenty lasses."
"Oh, pray let me have my way this
time," said a young gentleman to his
lady lovo. "Well, Willie, I suppose
I must this once, but you know that
after wo are marriod I shall always
have a 11 i'W of my own."
A medical man asked his legal ad
viser how ho could punish his ser
vant who had stolen a canister of val
uable snuff? "I am not aware of any
act," said the lawyer, "that makes it
penal to take snuff." .
A gentleman speaking of a young
beauty's fashionable yellowish hair,
culled it pure gold. It ought to be,
quoth Mr. K , it looks like twen
ty -four carrots.
A It is the rule of the inhabitants of
certain islands not to allow a young
naa to get married till he can cut a
eponiro at a depth of forty foct. We
do not think a man is fit to be mar
ried until he can cut a tpouge no mat
ter ut what distance
A certain cockney ovcreomo by his
sensibilities, fainted, at the grave of
Jus fourth spouse. "What shall we
do with him?" asked a perplexed
friend of his. Lot him alone, ' said
a waggish bystander, "ho'll soon ro
A poor fellow being asked on a
luto trial for a certificate of his war
ring", exhibited a lurce scar on his
licad, which looked as though it miht
Lave beon made with a tiro-shovel
The eviduueo wan satisfactory.
- Marriage 5m a desperate thing; the
frogs In T.s,oi) were extremely wise;
4noy had a ttriat usiad to some water
but they would not leap into the well,
because they could not get out again
A daiiJv lately appeared la Iowa
with less so attenuated that the au
thoritics had him arrested becaasoho
had "uo visible meaus of support
A roet intended to say, "fc'ce the
rale inartvr in a sheet of fire," in
xtoiul ut' which thtt printer uindo him
:iv. "see tho nalo martyr with his
tkirt on fire.
At first tho dissipated resort to
wine to stimulate their wits, and in
the end have to resort to Iheir wits to
procure tlwir wino.
"Will you lend father your Chron -iclo,
air?" ho only wants to read it."
'Y, wy boy, and usk him to lend
tuo his dinner, I only want to calif
Why are sheep tho most dissipated
mi J unfortunate animals? Because
they gambut in their youth, ireiiuunt
tho turt, ana are always nceicu.
Whv is the letter s like a sewing
machine? liooauso it makes needles
A honnccked husband says that
instead of himself and wile loiui:
one. thev aro ten : for she is 1 and
ho is 0.
Render, did you ever enjoy the
costaife Hiss of courting? You
tlidu'tl thfii you hud bettor get a lit
What kind of a hip has two mates
ana uo (. upturn 7 luurUlnu.
- a L!k lit ft rumor? H.
,!. from mouth to mouth
TalaaMe Property, Twn Lots,
Tanas, Residences, etc, v
At ClarUvilU, Teeut,on Saturday
juiy 20th, im.
David Gardner, t.D. H bonca.v
In pnrniiince of as order mad. In '-this
caniw at tlie April term of tb Cbaaotry Court,
I will offer for sale to the highest bidder, at
th Conrt-booM tn Clarksvilte, on Saturday
Jul 20th, 1867, the tract of land Mentioned
in the pleading, containing V)i acre. The
land i ituated In District No. 4, of Wont
gomrry ConotT being ths lame land pur
chitwd by David Qarduer of Peri Coopei.
TERMS. Cash enough to par costs, bal
ance on a credit of 6, 12, 18 and H mouths.
Notes with pood security required and a lien
retained Ut the purchase mosey. ., .
. W. T. SU ACUELFOKD, C. 4. M.
June 21, 'C7-4w-prs fce-dr&b-$3.
F. A. Dnnnuin, et als . John Fox, et als.
Tursunnt to a Decree ot tha Cham err
Court at ClitrksTille, at the April term, 1867,
I will offer for sale to the highest bidder, at
the Court-honan, in the town of Clsrksvilla,
on Saturday July 214th, 18U7, the following
de.erilnd property, to-wit :
' Begins on Main street and runs back north
210 feet to a 16 feet alley, thence east with
said alley 160 feet, tbenc 8011th 210 feet to
Mala street, thenct west 160 feel with Mala
street to the beginning, it being the same
property sold by 8. K.Beaumont to said Fox.
This property bas been divided Into 3 lota,
wincn will be sold separately. On lot No.
1, which fronts 60 feet on Main street, there
is a good two-story frame btmte, out-houses,
etc , and on lot No. 3, there Is a good frame
Livery Mahle. K. A. Tarwatcr is at present
occupying the dwelling1. . " ' '
: TERMS OF SALE. Cash enough to pay
all costs and fees, and the remainder in three
equal payments at 8, 12 and 18 months from
date of sale, with interest from data. No
right of redemption reserved. Notes with
good security required, and a lien retained
for the purchase money.
W. T. SHACKELFORD, O. M.
June 21, '67-4w-prs feo-advb-$ll.
A. J. Roberts, m. U O. Williams. ' "
By virtus of a Decree of the Chancery
Court at Clarksville, Tennessee, ai tha April
term, 1867, 1 will offer at public auction, at
the Court-houm in Clarksville, on Saturday
July 20th, 1867, twenty-four town lots lying
on the Cumberland Kiver, and between and
bounded by the SI. C. k L. Railroad and the
Paradise Hill Turnpike. This property is
situated immediately at the Freight Depot,
and is the best location for warehouses in the
TERMS OF SALE C, 12 and 18 months
credit, except cash enough to pay costs and
Attorneys' fees. Notes with good surety re
quired, and a lien retained for the purchase
money. A platt of these lots can be seen at
my office, and also on the handbills publish
ed in this cause. No equity of redemption
W. T. SIIACKELFORD, C. k M.
June 21, '67-4w-prs. fio-advJib-$22.
Cpton Edmondson, Adin'r, M.Geo. H. Swift,
By virtue of a decree made at the April
term, 1 807, of tho Chancery Court at Clarks
ville, Tennessee. I will offer at public
auction to the highest bidder, at the
Court-bouse in Clarksville, on July 20tb,
1867, a tract of Land in Montgomery
County, on the south side of Cumberland riv.
er, bounded as follows; . Beginning at a Red
Uttk stump, runs men west, 203k poles to a
large ltcd uak, at the Clarksville and Cbnr
lotte read, then South 4. Vs West 16 poles to
a black onk, then west 88 poles with J. T.
iticnardaon s lino to Uoluea creek, then up
ihe creek wilb its meanders South 41" West
94 poles, then South 25 West 6 poles, South
37 West 10 poles South 80 West 17 poles
to a stake at hast edge or the road, then
North 77 East 140 pa'es to a black Gum,
then East 64 poles to two red Oak slumps,
lieu North 80 poles to the beginning, exchi
ding 1 acres at tho School House, and oue-
liait the ripring, containing acres.
ItliMM UK BALE. , 12, 18 and 24
months credit Notes with good sureties re
quired, and a lien retained lor purchase nion
cy. Ao equity or redemption reserved.
W. T. SHACKELFORD, C. k M.
June 21, '07 4w prs. fee advib $3.
A. J. Lyle, ri D. II. Duncan, et als.
Pursuant to an order made iu this cause.
at the April term, 1867. of the Chancery
Court at Clarksrillo, I will sell at public
auction, at the Court-bouse la Clarksville, on
Saturday July 20th, 1867, a tract of laud
sitiiated in Montgomery Countv, in District
NoT.i, containing 214 acres. There is ex
ccpted from this sale a grave yard 20 feet
square, which is Included in the tract. This
is an excellent farui, on the Dover road, about
10 mi.es from l.Turksville, beiug the same
sold bt A. J. I. vie to said Duncan.
TERM!' OF SALE. 6, 12 and 18 months
credit from day or sale. Notes, with good
security inquired, and a lien retained for the
purchase money, hqtuty of redemption not
W. T. STACKELFORD, 0. k M
June 21, 'U7-4w-pia. fee adv&u $8.
Geo. II. Spencer, et als, tt. Johu C. Gillam,
Purvuont 10 an order mmlc at the April
term, 1H67, of the I linncery Court at Clarks
ville, I will 00 the 20lh of July next, oiler
at publto auction, at the Court-house, in
Chtrksville, a limine and lot on the Charlotte
raJ, now occupied by sirs. Balleutiue. The
The lot contiiins almut 1 . acres.
TE1U13. One-third cash, and the balance
on a credit of one and two years, with inte
rcut from date. Notes, with good security
required, and a lien retained for tha purchase
money, iso redemption.
W. T. MHACKKLFOllD, CAM
Juno 24, 'C7-4w-prs Jre advAb-$8.
8. a. TAnrLkT, a. u. rwah,
Ormnir .V.irllrr. Orn'fl Ft't
K. L, Ul.LL, fheoratiM t aper Itanier.
HOUSE AND SIGN
GRAINING, MARBLING, GLAZING
I'l.AlX AND MOt'imATIVK PAPER
HANGING, KCLSOMIM.NG, Ac, Ac.
OLD Furniture Cleaned and Varnished
All orders in our Hue promptly attended, to
on stiort notice.
Shop on FK tXKll STREET, up stairs
over n ood A Ciis 1 in bbop.
March 15, 18676m.
Tha Third Annual fair of the Montgomery
Couuty A. A M. Association, will take place
at their rair Groumu, commencing Mouduy
1Mb of Oclotier. and continuing 5 days. A
lull prograiunM will be puhlirhrd bvreaftei
l.t-AI. II. WAKME.I.U, TMi,
Tiios. W, Kino, tUc'y.
June 21, 1867.
- Louisville Courier, Na.bville Ttanner. Gal
latin Kxaiuinrr, liustellvill Herald, llnp
kinsvilla t'onjrvnv, liowling lireeo Gv
ccltn, Palis lutclligenccr, 1'adiiiiiU llera'.d,
KoliertKiin Ki'tiiswr aud Memphis Avalanche
will iMi v to ill-' duintril uf f V n I send tiill
HODGSON & BRO.,
HAVE COMMENCED TUB MANUFAC
ture of ' ...
HEAD AND FOOT
Work made to order, and all work war
ranted as represented, at prices as low as can
be purchased North or East
March 16, '67-tr
(Sign ot Gold Pen,)
CLARKSVILLE, - - TON.
Books, Stationery, Music, Wall
rapcr, Window Shades, etc.,
And Agent far tlu celebrated
WEBER & EMERSON PIANOS,
ESTET 4; CD'S TKEMOLO ORGANS.
PERSONAL EXAMINATION WILL
certainly convince one of tlie superior
merits of these Instruments. Eighteen of
the AVcbcr IMiiiioh have been
selected, in preference to all others, by the
New lork Conservator or Music, which
proves conclusively that they are the Vest
noHt miiahic rue Piano Forte or
the Present Day,
(THE EMERSON PIANOS,)
possess all tha good qualities of a First
Class Piano, and are special favorites of
Tho Estey Organs
contain the following great and important
improvements, winch are ltitciitol.
and consequently lounri in no others, making
tnem very dcsirnble for the 1'lirlor.
Patent Harmonic Attachment.
doubles the volume 'of tone, and In connec
tlon with the . '
Sub Bass and Knee Swell,
become the most powerful and rich toned
instruments extant. But the crowning
achievement is lound in tna
TOX II I MAX A TREMOLO,
hlch entirely changes the reed-tone, giving
the' sympathetic sweetness or the human
Voire, making thetn so melodious and pure
that they never fail to enchaut the listner.
unlike all others, is managed by the foot,
with a luira ana separate 1'odal.
BV, Among the many testimonials are
found the following names :
George W. Morgan. Organist of Grace
Church, New York: VHii. A. King, Organist
of the church of Transfiguration; John Zun
del, OrgaiiUtof Plymouth eburcb, llrooklin,
Vi't offer all the above Instruments at
Warranted for Five Year, and krpt in tune
far on year, and will take in exchange old
Sinclal attention given to Tuning aud
Reiwirinr. All are cordially Invited to ex
amine theMi instruments, and Messrs. Couo-
ver will take- great pleasure in showing
them. Call or send tor Illustrated Cata
logues with price lists.
Remember the place HI JTx of tlie
Feb. B, 1807-ly.
PLAXTEIl 3 PRIZE SCREW'S, PniXGLE
MACHINES, Sl'GAR MILLS,
U11AK.S AND IRON
Prompt atleution given to orders for repairs
And all kinds of Machinery, and Machine
Ulck.iiuithlng ueatly and promptly dona.
J. A JUTtS I t O.
March 8, 1867-ly.
SIM. 11. KOGEKS,
A. I J G 'V I O IS 13 13 11
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Will attend to the Kale of Property,
eiiher on the (ivct or iu the cyjnlry,
M'ljr J, l'i"-i;iu.
Painting ! Painting!!
W, I. GARDINER & CO.,
PLAIN OR ; -ORNAMENTAL PAPER
HANGING, done with aeatoess. Stain
ed glass, for slda or transom lights, made to
order. A good supply of Paints, Varnishes,
Turpentines, Oils, White Lead, Puttr, Win
dow Glass, Ac, Ac., of tho BEST KIND, wiU
be kept constantly on band. ,V r ,
Shop for the present, on Af ndcmj St..
near tha Female Academy.
j1 Carrt. .
Tlavlng again returned to Clarksville, for
the purpose of resuming my old occupation
of House Painting, Ac, 1 would solicit from
tlie citizens and surrounding country, and
my old Castomars, especially, sliaro of
their patronage, . for toe above firm. , I
shall myself attend lo the finishing of all
work entrusted to us. Uur patrons may
rest asaured that my Policy will be to exe
cute it in a most woiftinanlike and substan
tial manner. Engaging the services of ex
perienced workman, and using the best of
Materials, and it will be my earnest endeav
ors to ive satisfaction to the brat of my
ability, as I have tried to do In olden times.
'Jan. 23, 1867-tf. .
T. A. THOMAS, t. St. SHIELD, S. I. W. TBOHAS
TO TOBACCO SHIPPERS.
WE DESIRE TO CALL THE ATTEN
tion of shippers of
to the fact that we can dispose of 1,000 or
1,200 hogsheads of .this class of Tobaccos in
this market at
Better Prices than 1117 otker Market,
because we have 50 Manufacturing Es
tablUhments Merc, who use it, ajid have
u go eisewnere 10 ouy it. ' "n
in hogsheads of l.SOO to 1,400
pounds. If very bright and small fiber,
1,000 pounds. Separate your brieht
from your dnrk Tobaccos carefully, and your
Lugs and Seconds from your Good. Prise
your Lugs 1,000 to l,HOO pounds
in a Hogshead. V cry bright tancy Wrap
pers soil well in boxes of one to three hun
expense Jh lixlit,
we can make Onlflf (SuIoh.
Our experience in this trade justifies us in
saying that it is the best market for Clarks
ville Tobacco properly prized. Give us a trial
attention paid to filling
THOMAS, & CO.,
No. 13, Tine Street,
Feb. 15, 1807-tf
FARMAR, ROGERS & CO.,
Auction and Commission
OPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO TI1E
MERCHANDISE, LITE STOCK, ETC.
Also, to the filling of ordors for any and all
articles entrusted to us.
Liberal Advances made oa Coasignuifuts
We keep constantly on hand s complete
t$nAt private sale at AUCTION PRICES.
aTfi. Sign of the RED FLAG, Thompson
k Scott's old stand, near National Hotel.
Call and see us.
FARMAR, ROGERS k CO.
Jan. 25, J867-tf
S. B. STEWART,
VYhokbalo and Retail Druggist, and
Trusses. Dental and
Spices, Dye StuHs, Oils,
Piiliits, Viirnishes, Window filass, Fine Ci
gars and Tobacco, Snuff, Stationery, Combs.
Hair and Tooth llriuhes,
Toilet Soads, rerfimery, Ac
TT A VINO HOUGHT THOMAS FINLEV 8
XX jutervstin the l'rng Store or riniey s
Stewart. I will continue tlie business on my
own account, at the old stand, where 1 hope
to see all the old friends of the House, aud
as many new oues as may see proper to honor
me with s call.
I shall continue to keep the best Drugs
and Medicluea, ; , -
Domestic and Foreign,
Together with all the' articles belonging le
giUmateljr to the Drag Business, which 1 will
C2IIEA1 l"OH CASH.
ISX. The Prescription Department will
receive Hperlnl attention, and a Pre
scriptiooist will bs present, who will give
his eusntton to the ( arcTnl Compound
ing of Medicine at all hours.
S. B. STEWART,
Thomas ft Brother's Old Stan J,
ft III.1C tail AUE,
, O. KEESEE..'...'..J0XE3 D. NEBLETT.-
B. 0. KEESEE & CO., ;
DSALBIlS IS ,
Anvils and Vices; Bellows, Stocks and Dies;
Hammers, Hatchcttsam! Steel; JJoes, Hinges
and Files Carpenters', Dlarkumitbs', Coop
ers' and Shoe Tools; Mill, Circular, Cross
cut and Hand-saws; Axes, Nails and Chains;
Knob, Plate and Gun Locks; Sifters, Shov
els and Tacks. Also, large assortment of
Uuns, Killes and l'istols; Table Knives and
Forks; Pocket Kniver, Scissors and Shears,
of every variety, ......
Franklin St., CLARKSVILLE, TEXX.
and wefully filled
- B. O. K. 4XXr
sss, ,. - V..S t
Messrs. Ed. TvasLsr, J. D. Ksntm-r and
W. J. Elt will be In attendance, and most
cordially invite their friend and the public
generally to give them a call. ' .
Feb 8, 1867-ly
(Successor to V. IV. Smith,)
Drugs aud medicines.
New Frovldcnce, Tenn. .
HATING THOROCHGLY RENOVATED
and refilled this store, I think I now can
offer my stock to the public as being com
te, composed of the very best materials,
and those wishing to bny Good and Fresh
Drugs will ' do well to call and exam
ine my Stock before purchasing elsewhere
TDK PRESCKIPTIOX DEPARTMENT
Is a specialty, and we will give it the UT
MOST ATTENTION, and any one who may
bring us a prescription will get what is re
The numerous friends of ME, ROBERT
rooLK, will still find bim behind the coun
ter as Polite and Courteous as ever and
he would bo pleased to have all, especially
the ladies, to call and ee him.
I shall keep constantly on hand a full
assortment of Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Dye Stuffs Patent Medicines (of the
most popular kind), Window Glass, To
bacco, Snuff, Bonks, Stationary, Per
fumer)' of the best manufacture.
In a word everything usually kept In a
complete Drug Store.
Feb. 8, 18CT-Cm. .
GIN SM1THIXG--KEY FITTING-
Sale 3 repairing',
Done with Neatness and Dispatch at' the
AU Work insured, aud warranted to give sat
isfaction. Give we a cull, .
Strawberry St., Clarksville, Tenn, "
Jan. 18, 1807-Cm.
Metallc Burial Cases & Caskets,
HOODS sold on commission at Anction.
VJ Consignmsnts solicited. Attention giv
en to Auotiou Sales in auction room, or any
place in the country or city, and to sale of
Stock, Cattle, Real Estate, 4c, Ac,,
August it, lsea-tr.
GALLON OR BARREL.
Apply at the GAS WORKS,
ClnrltHvllle, m m Tonn.
April S, lsOMy.
ALL those having claims against the es
tate of W. II. McUiunia, deed, are hereby
notified to file the same with the Clerk of the
County Court, of Stewart County, Mtate ot
Tennessee, on or before the loth day of Sep.
tember, 18CT, legally authenticated, In order
that the same may be liquidated and dis
charged la accordance with the acts of As
semby of the State aforesaid, relative to in.
solvent estates, tins 3d any or Juue, 180'.
SILAS YARUOUOCGII, Adm'r.
June 1, 1807 4 w
LUMBER! LUMBER II
Carpenters & Builders.
I HAVE on band and for sale, a large lot
of suierinr Dressed Flooring, ('filing and
Sllllllg, whk-b I will deliver in Clurksville
and below, during Uiver tiavigalioo, at the
lollowing rates per thouseud fixU
So. I. Cedar Flooring, t1 00 j Tellow
Pine Flooring, $il 00 j Poplar Floor
Ing and I tllliic, mi; P plar Siding
(DrwMd) f:t'i SO.
NO. 1. YELLOW PINK SHINGLES, IT 60
PKlt ONK THOUSAND.
Also Doosa, Sash m Plisus, (all sixes,)
very low. Sah glaxed or open. Orders
Cor. of Crawford t SuuiQer Utris,
June T, 1807 4 w.
WE are now Carding Wool Rolls, and are
prepared to do work on short notic.
All wool left at B. O. keeaee's Hardware
Store, will bt carried out and curded ia the
oralett style P. PEACH Kit, Agent.
J'rA(Hi.ti.- Muu, Tt., Juu. 7, t7.im
FRESII DRUGS ! KET DRIGS ! !
Ravins; pnTCbased th well selected stock vf
EST 11 IS V LETT, and sdded thereto
", FISH llllAli'S,
I am now prepared to offer, at their stand
every thing usually kept in pur line, of , '
THE PUREST ARTICLE
! ' AND-.' .
Courting to part of ..
Drigs, Medicines, Paints, u '
Oi Varnishes, Dye Stuffs,
Window Glass, Glass-ware, 4 "
Fancy Articles, Perfumery, . t
Patent Medicines, Wines aad
. Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Teas,
Ac- Ac, Ac, ,
Which I am determined to sell as cheap
as any house In the ' West, and assure
all that f will give satisfaction, bo'h In price
aud quality. We will sell, Invariably,
in its strictest sense, which will enable us to
sen ut c?ji.AiVi. xrixicjsisj.
TnE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
Will be attended to by Mr, L. R. Cooper, one
of the best and m t experienced prascrip-
ttooists, and nothing will be earn pounded bat
THE VERY BEST ARTICLES.
PhjBlclans and country merchants are espec
ially invited to GIVP US A CALL, before
purchasing elsewhere. We will sell yoo
gooa articles at low prices.
SSrSign of the Mortar over the door,
r rnuaun oireet.
Jan. 4, 1866-ly.' ''
W. M. TANDY,
" WH0I.K8ALI AND BET All,
r o o o 2
; FRANKLIN S TREUT, r '
Clarksville, Tennessee. .
HAVING PROCURED THE WELL
KNOWN GROCERY STAND, formerly
occupied by Lewis k Glass, and known as
the "House Stand," would respectfully in
form the trade that be will keep a , ,
General Stock of Groceries,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WE call the special attention of Merchants
to our stock of Staples which we are deter
mined to sell at such profits as will make it
to their Interest to give us a call, before going
farther North. . '
We will give special attention to all con
signments to our care.
, W.-Jfl. TA.MJI.
HAYING SECURED THE SOLE AGEN
CY FOR TnE SALE OF
Tennessee Charcoal Iron,
I am prepared to fill orders for all sizes of
the above iron, at manufacturer s prices, l
also have a large lot of their B Iron, which
I will sell at I'ltUburg Iron Prices in this
market, which will be -found superior to
Pittsburg Iron in quality. Liberal diacouts
will be given to dealers
' W. M. TAMJl .
Feb. J, 1867 tf. '
SOLE AGENTS FOR
ATEBT'S rLOWS AND rOIMS I
THE ARRANGEMENTS MADE WITH
manufacturers of tlie above articles, and
the undersigned are such that purchasers in
this market can be supplied at our Depot,
Sign or "TENNESSEE IRON,"
Franklin St., - CLARKSVILLE, TENN
At manufacturers prices, with freight and
insurance added, the most approved pattern
Kentucky Harvesters, Cutting Botes,
Corn H hellers,
11 uy Forks,
Spades, . .
Avery's Flows aud Points,
And all kinds of . - i r-
Grass Seed, Iron, Nails, Salt, Hydraulic
Lime, n agon ana Buggy Hubs, Pokes
and Felloes; Cistern Chaius, Tu
bing and Boxes. .
Leather, Groccriea, Iiollowwarc, Powder and
fchot, Lead Percussion Caps, Safety Fuse, etc,
As we Intend keeping a full and constant
supply of the above, and many other articles
wanted in this market, at our Oeiiot, we res
pectfully auk all interested in getting the
right article at tlie right price, to lilVE IB
A CALL. l imit A COI UTS.
. v. ro.
W. D. SMITH
rox & SMITH,
Hardware and Cutlery,
AT THE SIGN OJT
tiii: uio iaiixcic.
WE DESIRE to call the attention of our
friends and the pnblie generally, to our
prasent block of Hardware, which is Ihe
largest aud most varied In tlie city, ctiu.ijU
ing in part of Axes, Chains, Hoes, Nails,
Humes, Hridh-s, Collars, Pumps, Plows aad
all kinds of Farm Hardware, Our Stock oj
Building Hardware, such as Locks. Hinces.
Screws, Bolls, Ac, Ac, is complete and we
feel assured we can our superior indue
nicnls to builders. Carpenters, Blacksmiths,
(Sopors, will at ail times find a full line of
Tools at the lowest possible price. We keep
in store the largest stock of Warrgon and
Buggy Felloes, Hubs, Hpokei and iShaves in
the city, and will not bo undersold.
Kuauieled Leather, Cloth, Dumask fringe,
Iice and Naila, for Buggy trimmings, we can
olter inducements to purchasers.
We keep s large stock of Bur, Bund,
Round, Hoop and Horse Shoe Iron, Cast,
Spring and Plow Steel Bolts, Horse and
Mule rihoea, and Vails, If asps sad Fib's,
Pocket and Table Cultlery, the Bnfitt in the
country. Guns Pistols and A munition.
Old Duoiiuion aud French Drip Cytfce Pols.
Fihiug Tackle of every variety.
We rtwctfully ask all to give us call
before making purchases, as we know we
can show them good Uuuds, aud will pledge
ourtelvre to sell as low as any regular Hard
wars House in the oouniry.
ioi sum. -
Our Term are Cash.
Maub id, !C7-tf,
E. S. BRIN GIItRST & CO.
U AVE remove. their Carriage Repository
from Porter and Brockman's buildings, on
Franklin Street, to
. . " - -
;(', , . . BITWSKlt . ; ;
Franklin h, Commerce gts.,
Where they are prepared to furnish all kinds
of CARRIAGES snd Bt'GGIKH, manufac
tured of the best materials, and by experi
enced workmen.. Being practical workmen
ourselves, we assure the public that we know
what quality of work we offer for sale, and
will endeavor to cire satisfaction, both as to
Quality and price, to all who may patronise
the oldest Estubllsnment of any busi
ness in CLARKiVlLLK.
WE also keep for sale all kinds of
. Road Wagons
(Manufactured hy BUSHBY, LITTLE k CO.
at Wheeling, Virginia,) celebrated for their
E. 8. BBIXGBIEST A CO.
' t& N. B. CARRIAGES and BUGGIES
And Paintfd as heretofore, at the Old SUnd
on me Bquare.VM ,-
March 29, 1867-1. . . ' . '
CARRIAGE AND BCCCY
" Franklin Street, '.
CL1BKSVILLE, , ... . TESSES8EE,
' (Over P. H. Porter's Furniture Store.)
We are the manufacturers of the Hayes
Buggies ana arringca, . Virginia : Wag
ons, which have maiulained s reputation for
twenty-five years, for durability, workman
ship and finish, throngl) the Southern States,
Excelled or no Manufacturer. -We
use the best material in their construction,
and make nothing but first class work, and
would refer those who wish to purchase this
description- of work, to the citisens of this
section of country, " who have bought and
used it for the last ten years.
Price of Hayes A Co., Bugftes and
Prince Albert Buggy-E-best finish $330'
" " New Style...... 3B0
" " Standing tup, seat iu front 370
Revolving Seat Rockaway ,. 420'
Philadelphia straight bed shifting top.., 350
Brcwester bed shifting top steel tire 350
York Bed Steel tire.. Mb
New Haven Bed , 300
1 Horse Wagons, Iron axles with bed 135
Llpht 4 Horse Wagon 1S5
6 Horse Iron axle with bed.............. 165'
Jersey Wagons, with top, , ,., J"5-
6 Horse nagon, without bed 165,
Two Horse Rockaways, Barouches, Phatons,
Ac, Busbcy, Little Co., Virginia Wagons.
SAM. BROCKMAN, Agent,
Clarksville, - - Tcnneasee,
For Southern Kentucky and Middle Tenn.
BUS BEY, LITTLE CO.,
E. HAYES CO.
May 3, 1807-tf.
HAS OBTAINED THE RIGHT OF THIS
county to Dr. Hadfield's
GUIDE TO HEALTH,
Which he bas connected with his praetloe,
and ia now prepared to operate, at the Plan
ners House, on all who may give him a call.
Dr. Uadlieldsays: "The cases which we bare
treated and cured are those which have been
dcclured incurable by all schools of medicine,
vis : Paralysis, Curvature of the Spine, Spinal
affections, Chronic Rheumatism, General
Debility, Weak Chests, Weak Backs, Semi
nal Weakness, Impoteucy, Deficient Giowlh
of the Generative Organs, Derangement of
the Mind, Spasms, Epilepsy, Affections of the
Eyes aud Kara, Torpid Livers, Sciatica,
Shrunken Limbs, Asthma, and soma cases
that have been declared Consumption."
Sept. J4, 1806-tf
Mrs. J. W. Baynham,
(Next door to Dr. Foster's Drug Store),
NEW PROVIDENCE, -. TENN.
nAVIXO secured tha services of a FIRST
CLASS MILLINER, 1 am prepared to
Trim Hats snd Bonnets in the most fashion
able styles. Ladies' and Cbrildren's Clouks,
Dresses and Under Garments made to ordur.
Stichlng, Tucking, Quilling, Embroidering,
and every description of Family Sewing
beautifully dob on the Grover and Baker
Machine The Liulits are rcspecUully Invit
ed to give me s call.
New ProcHdence, Tenn, April 11, '6T-3m
I) III.IUIIIIU tVlUltUl
ARE JUST RECEIVING an elegant Sock of
MILLINER! V DRESS TRIMMINGS.
And many other articles In their Una, to
which they call the attention of lbs Ladies
of ClurksyiUe and vicinity. They are alto
agents fur the GROVER k BAKER
CInr)Mvllc - Tiui.
April , lSUt-tf. ..-
TIN W A R E I
J. WOOD & CO.,
nAVB REMOVED THEIR TINWARE
EntablLhmeut to the room formerly oc
cupied by J. Couroy, neit door to J. N.
Neblett's old stand, on Franklin street, snd
have Just received S large
NTOCK OF HTOVES,
Of every description, bcnidi a full lint of
?:oods such ss are usually kc4 in a Tinware
READY MADE WORK,
Of all kinds, kept on Land lor aula. Tin
ROOFING AND GUTTERING
Dune is ths beat style, at short notice, upoa
SW KeiMiii'lsiff of sJI kinds
ploiuily syan ltd to.'
.NVvnulnr It!, l86A-tf.
Carnages f1 Buggies !
WK CALL TIIK ATRJfTION OF THE
citiseiw ot Clarksville and vWtalty ts our
C0BSEB 10MMERCI 151 IB BT8. . .
Ws are pn pared to manuftjeturenay kind of
Boggy, Bockawajr, Carriage or Coacli
and will warrant them to lit of inferior
tevrbnanthiji and fimik." - - vV i"
tfm Repairing done neally'anj'wlth d!K
patch. Give ns a, call.' - ': '..
Ma, 81, 186T-3n ;i4
Corner of First Cross St. and Blri T
OFFERS TO TBE PUBLIC BT WHOLE,
sale or Retail, stock Jnst received of
the following; articles; ,. .' '
SUGAR,'' .1 ,." u,. i j.1 -iv. ,
COFFEE, . ,,.,; ,
MOLASSES, . . .;'
' BALT,. , ,(, .. , ,
CANDLES," v,....,,,.;, i
MACKAREL, . . . .,
. ' FLOUR, ""
BROOMS, V-Jt- i-i
- BUCKETS, ' ).;.:
- CEDAR WARE,
" . COUNTRY PRODUCE.:
As Baconj Potatoes, OnfcMSS, Sad geswral .
marketing, and in fact, every thiaf l the
way of general lAlUI SUTUiS, ... .
Above list comprises hut a small pat, of mr
ampls assortment of General Groceries. It
any ' '
Or men can ' show . better goods at mors)
moderate prices, In Clarksville, I halve Tel to
see them. In my store will always be vc
i.r ' ?ift
The beat brands of FAMILY FLOUR, Uak.
ing a specialty or this article, and buying
la large lots, I believe I can alwavs offer the
same brand leettls " lower than It can bo
obtained elsewhere, , i .......
In the department of Liquors, I can ' fah-ly
challenge the oldest and purest Vintages, tot
the age and quality of soms of KJ brands of
Old Bourbon and Corn Whiskeys, Cognac,
OtardHpd Rochelle BrandicsT Sherry,
Madeira, Port and Native Wiacv
Jamaica Rnm, Holland Gin,
' Apple and. Peaeh Bran -
dies, Achate, .
Many a person . ' ' "
IS IMOW DYING
By degrees from the nis of Impure and best,
ly baked bread. In tha Urge BAKING
ESTABLISHMENT connected with my Gro
cery, I am prepared at all times to furnish
a frnh and superior
As well as cakes of every description. V
FAMILIES OR PASTIES
Can be accommodated upon tha shortest as
As the Hog Crop aas suffered but little
WITH HOG CHOLERA
This season, I trust to be able to keep oa
hand a laige Slock of
At all times. I respectfully solicit tbs
FARMERS to bring this srticleto me, Fos
it, and all kinds of f
I WILL PAY
THE HIGHEST PRICES IN CASH.
AprUlJ, 1867-tf. "
XL, JL. WAYS, .
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
NEW PROVIDENCE, TENNESSEE.
HAVING I.OCATED IN NEW PROVI-
dence, I am prepared to repair Watches,
Jewelry aud Musical Instruments - , ,
May 17, '07-3111. . a ,
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
FOR CITY PROPERTY, several Farms of
land, partly Improved and well situated
tor wood and water, In tbs best portion of'
Southern Kansas. Apply to
W. A. PEPPER'S Law 00c.
Jan. 4, 1867-tf.
To Tho XublioX,
ALL persons indebted to the estate of the
lute Win. Parry, of Montgomery Coaaty,
State of Tennessee, ar desired to corns for
ward immediately and make paymont, and
those having claims sgajnst (tare hereby no-,
tilled to present them, properly authenticated,
within the time required by law. '
8. R. P. JOHNS, Administratrix.
June T, 1807 w. .
Insolvent Notice. -
I have this day filed, la the office of the
Clerk of ths couuty court of Montgomery
county, my suggestion of the Insolvency of
tti cstal of Jessey Cocksy therefore all
mnnni ti tvincr rlaims affnlnat tha Bald SBtala
are hereby notified to file theca with said
Clerk within ths tims proscribed by law- '
HUM, Jvnm so, loui.
O.T. MOODT. Aim'i.
June 14, 1 867-4 w.
ALL those having claims sgalnst thses.
tate of L. B. Hamilton, dee'd, ar hereby
notified to appearand file the same wttk the
clerk of the County Coart of Stewart County,
IS tate of Tenneseue, on ot before lb lOitj
day pf September, 1S67, legally authentic,
ted, In order that the same may be liquids
tvd and discharged in accordance with th
act of thshig'slatur of th State aforesaid,
relative to Insolvent estates. This In lOto
day of June. 1807.
' 0. C. U0DK3, Adnt'r.
June 21, 18CT-4W
I HAVE Just opened, at E. Withers old. (
stand, oc Franklin H'.reet, an entire new
stock uf Furnitnre, which I olter at lew fig- .
urt it JJk.ml I. To my old customers,
the PUutUra, 1 would say call aad se th
REATER AND MOWER,,
And Casey 'a Sulky CultlTator and Cora-.
Planter, acknowledged th beat la the,
Uarket. Also the best make of
BUGGIES AND WAOONS. .
I am agent for the Celebrated Hamilton, ,
Ecli)Paw Hills, Portable, and Stationary
Engines, Threshing MacUoes, Ac . Call aad ,
au, Ufof puraclusing.
March 18iT-ly.. '-.