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TJIE PULASKI CITIZEN.
" lW.-HcCORD,-Ed!tof HncrPaoIi-tacr.
crtic a.T cgrxib fcblic bqcaei- cr stairs.
TT2M3 OF SUBSCRIPTION.
3otiTT)3!l.r! per Annum, Invariably .4.aanc.
Ttrms of Advertising.
Adertisementa inserted at f 1.50 per square. (10
lines or lep. in this Wpe.1 for the first, an475 con'.
for each subsequent insertion.
Advertisements not marked with the number of
Insertions desired will be inserted and charged for
a. the regular rules until orderod oat. '
Lit of Pricf-s for Advertis n?:
1 mo 1 2 mos.
8 mos ' iijcs. I lyr.
Advertisements rnuat be paid quarter yearly in
advance. Those inserted for 8 mouth or less, mui
b accompanied wiUt the money. Yearly adverti
sers are permitted to renew quarterly free of charge;
farther renewals charged one dollar per square.
Advertnerents from a distance must be accom
panied with the cash in every int-tauee.
The advertising of a house or firm will he strictly
limited to its own immediate business
Calls on persona to become candidate, and polit
ical circulars charged as advertisements, and wil
not he inserted w'uaout the cash in advance.
Professional or busiucse cards not exceeding five
lines will be inserted at twelve dollars per annum .
Editorial advertisements and personal communi
cations will not be Inserted unless paid for in ad
vance at double the regular rates.
Announcing candidates for State or District ofS
ees ten dollar; county do five; always in advance.
Obituaries and tributes of respect over ten line in
length charged for at thoregalar advertising rates.
Marriages, deaths and religious notices gratis,
FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 1G6G.
Circuit Court is now in session
H114.ART Ward presiding.
Chancery Sales. -We iuvite attention
to quite a 1: umber of chancery sales of valu
able lands and town lota in thU paper.-
A Change. We ask attention to the
change in J D. Flactt & Co.'s advertise
ment to dar.
Another. L. RosenoU & Co. have
-changed their advertisement to suit the
season. Be sure to notice it.
Old Columbus. It is badly worth while
for us to say a word in favor of this "reli
able" old horse. i He is too well known to
need our endorsement. See his advertise
ment. Cn akqe or Schedule. Two additional
passenger trains have been put on the Nash
vill and Decatur road. They pass this
place, going up, at 9 a. m. and 11 p. m.,
and going down at - a. m. and 3 p. m.
Sudden Death A little eon of our fel-low-citiien,
Wm, G. Lewis. dieJ suddenlv,
with a congestive chill at Athens, Ala., on
llpn 'ay last, whither he had gone in com
pany with Mrs. Lewis, two days previous,
in good health, on a visit to relatives.
. The Jail. A contract has been closed
with Mr. M.'D. LeMoine, an experienced
architect, to rebuild the county jail. The
building is to embrace jail and residence,
and will be a splendid building. The work
will commence immediately.
Horse Stealing. Shooting.
On Thursday evening, 29th. ult, two
horses were stolen from a rack near the
public square in Fayetteville by two ne
groes, Alex. Masoit and Bob Topp. They
came to this place Thursday night, follow
ed by the pcies loosing the horses. Mr.
Pkesb Vakci and Mr. Thos. Scgo, ac
companied by their friends, Dick Allen,
Jr., and McElrot. The thieves were
so closely pursued that they turned the
horses loose in town, and the latter were re
covered by the pursuing parts' Friday morn
intr.' An attempt was made to arrest the
two thieves, but they made a stubborn and
determined resistance, assisted by Jim
Vakcs. formerly the property of the above
named Press Vance. They fought des
perately, and dared and defied the officers
.cf the Jaw and the posse summoned to as
sist him. Bob Topp and Jim Vance wero
finally arrested, but Alex. Mason is etilhat
large. Dusing the fight' Mr. Harrison
Robert? was b-idiy shot in the hand and
arm. Cpt. McDonald, formerly of Brevet
M"j'r Gen. R. W. Johoson'a escort, was
bruiesd about the head by the butt end of
a pistol in the hands of Alex. Bob Topp
was wounded in the side, but was able to
travel to Fayetteville next day, where he
was tried before a magistrate and commit
ted for trial. Jim Vance whs in the cus
tody of Sheriff B. 11. Pxdxn. but managed
to blip his halter and attempted to assassi
nate the sheriff, who, after commanding him
to surrender without effect, fired at him
five times with the same result. His loads
being exbaueted, and the negro still pursu
ing jiijp with rocks, he ohnged ends of his
Aiick and brought his desperate prisoner to
the ground with a terrible blow, breaking
.bis ecull and killing him instantly.
sisewhre we announce the name of our
whilom friend, Major Frank Matthews, a
candidate for the office of Attorney General
for th 11th Judicial Circuit. He is a
gentleman of eminent qnalifiouions for the
jPOaitiwD he Seeks, and we hope to see him
j-wooive a full vote in Giles. IU will carry
Xwrenca by storm.
" Messrs. &tela and Bledsoe are re-elected
Iprasej?ative from Marshall county.
Head Center Stephen ' in Piis.
Tmt Pr. i nl PriK-lafiiition, th mot
important Executive document yet ia-u-d,
will be found in this number of the Citizen.
"What's whisky bringing?" asked a
deaJer. "Bringing men to the gIlows. and
woroea?and children lo , want,.".," was the
reply. ' ' - - -
Thb following definition of tha rights of
women, is given in a Vermont paper: "To
love her lord with all her heart, and her
baby us herself ar.d to make good bread."
Hon. Edmund Cooper, our Representa
tive elect to Congress, made a speech at
Shelby villa on Monday last, in which he
fully and ably endorsed President John-
son'd policy. - : j, -
Imparting; oleasure is like putting money
out at interest; it benefits both the lender
and borrower at once. No ona can be
really and truly h.appy unless others sym
pathise and share that happiness.
A Northern cotemporary addressing the
people of the South, very properly remarks,
that he can be no true (riend and suppor.er
of Andrew Johnson, North or South, who,
ia so auspicious a moment as this, would
utter one word or do otm single act to spread
dissension and ill-feeling among the two
sections of our common country.
Gallino. Gov. Brownluw in his letter
to Mr.. Kelly of Pennsylvania, says that
there is twice the bitterness in Tennessee
and the Bouth now that there was when
Lee surrendered. Mr. Prentice of the Louis
ville Journal says that about half the bit
terness in Tennessee is in the Parson's own
call -bladder. ", - ' -
An exchange tells the following rather
tough yarn: "A family of five persons re
sided upon a farm in Derry, Ne.r Hamp
shire, foi a period of 53 years, during
which time there was neither a birth, death
nor marruge in the family; neither did
they during that lim9 put a letter into the
post office or take one out."
The Election. . $
The election passed off quietly in this
county. Dr. Ordway and Mr. uledsoe re
ceived all the votes that were polled. No
polls were opened ;n many of the precincts,
and the vote of the county was very small.
No official returns have yet been made to
the County Court Clerk.
The Civil Rights Bill.
Washington, April 4 The veto will re
taken up in the Senate to-morrow. If Sen
ator Wright is able to attend the veto will
The Benevolent Society- of Tennessee,
having been organized for the purpose of
supplying the disabled Confederate soldiers
with artificial limbs, Mr. Grean Morr-w
has generously volunteered to give a series
of Concerts and Tableaux in the cities and
towns in the State of Tennessee, for this
object The Central Committee of Nash
ville will immediately opeu a correspon
dence to establish branch organizations
which will o-operate with and give Mr.
Morrow what assistance he may require, as
these entertainment will be given entirely
by amateurs. The Society will not solicit
donations, but will gratefully receive any
sent. The object of the Society has been
approved by Major-General Thomas.
Mis. Fflicia G. Portxr, Pres't,
Mrs. Wash Barrow, V. Pres't.
Mrs Th .mas Marshall Sec'y.
Mart Paul Maouire, Treasurer.
We are authorized to mn ounce Frnnk "lath
evr, Esq., of Lawrenceburg, a candidate for Attcr
ney General in this, (he 11th,) Judicial Circuit.
Election 4th Thursday in May.
GENERA I; DIRECTORY.
DR. J. A. SUMTEE. law.
.7 NO. EZF.LL. Hecotdtr. G. W. PET WAY,
JOHN KOUNS, A. E. E1CHAKDSON,
ALLEN . MAY, JOHN C. GOiiUON,
OQeersef Pulaski Lodge No 101 P. & A.M.
E. EDMUNDON, W.M., 6. J.KOUEKif W.,
JO.B.:iHLLEES,J.W.. W. BATTK, TiSs.,
J.L.JONES, Acy., J. A. SUMTER. 8. Oe'cn.
K.K. KEED, L' Deacon, F. W. EEDD. Tyler.
Meets firtt Monday night in each Month.
B. U. PEDEN. Sheriff. -
E. L. EVEN'S and E. u. BOWERS, Dep't-Sh'fs.
A. C'OX. c. m. Chancery Court.
W1LIE WILLIFOKD. Circuii Court Clerk. .
ED. W. KOE, Countv 44 "
DANIEL G. ANDERSON, County Begieter.
LEVI KEED, County Trustee.
11ENEV P. McMlLLION, eitate andjDo. Tax Col.
G. A. HOI'KINS, Coroner.
JAMES E. DICKEY, County Surveyor.
DANIEL G. ANDtESON, Ch'm. County Conrt.
Justices' of the Peace.
Dl-t2 .IPC REED tmd TIIOS J CAMPBELL.
" 8 TIIO HANNAH and JG ED.Y1UNDSON.
" 4 WILLIAM SMITH and TUNOBLETT.
" 6 Wm G WOOD and JOHN SANDUSKY.
44 6 Jas F SMITH and Taoa A MAULTSBY.
4 7 Jas L JONEs. W II AHEBNATHY and
JJam'l G ANOER-ON.
8 J M EDSVAKUS aod Jo G ABEENATUY
44 9 W H BAU1H.
44 10 WILLIS WOELEY and II GRIGGS.
44 11 W W BLOW.
44 18 Ja- SA.UNDEi.tS and D n PAESONS.
4 14 Jas E DICKEY. ,
15 Jas M WAGSTAFF, Joa il FAEMEE an
Jab M SHIELDS.
44 15 WEST and CLARK.
1? RWFRA'IN and J AS F CHAFI'IN.
44 13 LEVI KEEL) and A M BI V ENS.
44 19 J M PARK Kit ana Sam I. II AYS.
4 i) W McLAUEIN and Air HOUSE.
Dist. 1 W T SwEiirT, List. 2
4, 6 A D Saowset.
" 7 WO.ijiuiiws.
' 9 Kt-sigDod.
44 It WJRrown.
" 13 J P Woodakb.
" 15 Joun ii GAitaiT.
44 19 J2uad.
6 Bucx Haxwall.
10 W U ROAMA.
14 CHTai- a.
COKKLCTED IV1.ET WttJt H JOHN D. LACTT CO
ARTICLES. QCATITT WHO't-ALE.
Apples, dried, per ha $ 5,00
Bacon, hams, " lb 22o
u Clear side " 20
ribbed " " 13K
" shoulders 17
Brandy, apple, gal 8,00
" pjach 8,00.. .
' french 13,00...
Beeswax, lb .
Coffee, Kio f) ft 83. .
Corn, $ bu 1,15. .
" hn 1 .85
Cheese, lb 2588
Cacdlea, Star, full weight, lb 85
Tallow, lb ...
Dyes Indigo oi 20
Madder lb ....
' Logwood 85....
Eggs, $idoz... 15...
Tlour, superfine, bbl
" Extra Fine ....
G rasa Seed, Clo ver, bu . . 10 ,00
" " Hungarian 8,00
" BlneGrasa 4,00 ...
Iron, Bar, lb 12..
" Hoop 15....
" Sheet 18K ...
" IS'ailRod 13....
Lard, good, T$ lb 23... .
Molasses, j? gallon, 1,00
" Syrupy gallon, 1,85.
Mackerel, ii? No. 1 Kit,
Nails. lb 11.
Oil. Lard, gallon, .
" Coal, .
Potatoes, Irish. bnseel 2,50.
" sweet " .
Powder, good. lb 75.
Peaches, Dried. $ bushel .
Sugar, Brown lb 17.
" Coffee 22.
Crnshed and powc ered lb 25.
Shot, lb 25.
Salt, bbl 6,50.
Starch, lb 15.
Spirits Turpentine, gallon, 2,50.
Tar Tggallon, 1,00.
Tallow, lb .
Tea, Imperial, 5g n 8,0u.
Vinegar; cider, gallon, 65.
Whisky, common " 8,00.
Wbite Lead, $-j5 lb Keg, . .
APF.IT. 6, 66 CARET ULLY CORRECTED EVERT WEEK.
Cooton. 2"23 Bacon, hog round, 17c.
Sugar. N Orleans. 1719! " ribbed sides 14c
44 portorico 15X18 clear 44 i7o
Cuba 14U16K J " PhoulJers 14c
" coffee A. 13(319 ' hams, pain, 18Kc
is, ib51m4 " 44 canvaseaZbc
" C extra 1713Jn.OR6uperfin9 $825
11 " 44 elowlft13i 44 extra 9,50
Coffee, fair to good 29(30 family 1011.00
41 good to prime 80 81 fancy from 11 to 12,50
4. pr.tochoice8181K Corn, choice white 90
Seeds, clover f,5Oi39.O0! " meal 44 1.00
4 timothy 5.00 U at, primo timothy 22,00
nnnganan i " " Hungarian
44 blue grass 8,50 j blue grass,
THE Eigth Regular Summer Course of Lectures in
this lnt-titution will commence, as heretofore, on
the first Monday in May next and continue bur
months; at the close of which a public Commence
ment will be held for confeniug the Decree of
Doctor of Medicine. .
J. P. LOGAN. M. D., Professor of Theory rod
t Practice of Medicine. t
M. MEANS, U. D., Professor of Chenr' -
D. C. O KEEFE, M. D.. Professor of Anatomy;
T. S. PO W ELL. M. D., Professor of Obatetrica and
:iseases of Women and Children;
EBN H1LLYEB M D.. Professor of Physiology;
, W . F. W4'IMOKELAND, M. D., Proieasor of
6. II. STOUT, M. D., Piofessor of Surgical and
J. G. WESTMORELAND. M. D., Professor of
Materia MeJica and Therapeutics.
Practical Demonftr'tions in Anatomy will he
under the immediate tapervikion ol the Professor of
The facilities aTorded by the Institution, In prae
tieal or clinical Medicine end Surgery, are equal to
those of anv College in thin country. The Faculty
have enstart uu'l unrestrained access to the Freel-
muij 'a Hospital, t-ituated as conveniently . could
b'desired. in which is found a variety of surgical
chbcs and ordinary diseases of the couutry.
thort, vall that is necessary to give the student a
thorougn Medical edaeation wni te anornea.
Vhe ijizh standard ox' qnalificavion heretofore re
quired in granting the Degree, i 1 b. rigidly ob
served. Eeqjusites for Graduation.
In order that he may be admitted to examination
to the Degree of Doctor of Medicine, the student
must be twenty-ne years old, and of good moral
cr aracter. lie must have been engaged in the btn.jy
of medicine, under the direction of a competent in
structor, at least one year, exclusive of his CoLeiate
Course. Two full courses of Lectures in this Insti
tution, or one in this and one in acme otherrespec
table Medical College, are necessary, the last of
which mast be in this Institution
Tees for tie Courss.
Matriculation, (taken once only) $ 5,00
Course of Lectures 105.00
Demonstrator' Ticket, (required once) 10,00
Graduation Fee 25,00
For further Information, addreBB
.1. G. Wxstmokelawd. Dean.
march 23, lS68-4t. Atlanta, Ga.
B. MACT, A. eOHDOiC, i. M. M0ER1S.
Stacy, Gordon & Co.,
EAST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
IP ill a ski, : : Term..,
Have just received a full and complete atock of
SPUING AND SUM2IER
Hardware, Cutlery, Queens and Glassware
which they offer
At Greatly Eeduced Pricas.
ALL are invited to call and examine the atock b -lure
pnrcbiiig euMwbe e
march 1, 16-;f. STACY, GOEDON
GROC - RIES, HARDWARE
Joan D. Fiactt,
Dri F. Ewino.
John D. Flautt & Co,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Have Always on Hand a
FULL AND COMPLETE
STOCK OF EVERYTHING
In Our Line.
" LARD OIL,
FLOUR of all Grades,
ALMONDS and other Nuts,
SOAPS. Fine nnd Common,
ENG. BI. CARB. SODA,
DYE STUFFS all kinds,
Champagne Wine, (Pure)
Oolden Catawba, "
We would call attention to our atock of
Our stock will be 1,
;vem jrace a general as-
"... I K- , .
sortment of the beat braus
Wagon Makers' and
We invite the attention cf Saw Mill ownera to our
of the very best English Brands. And the atten
tion of sportt-men end others to our
Double Barrel Guns
genuine Eng.ish make. A good assortment of
COLT'S OLD STYLE REPEATERS
SMITH A WESSON'S BRASS CARTRIDGE PISTOLS,
& Single -Barrel IPistols,
go 3d make; Cartridges and Caps of all kinds.
Woatenholra'a Genuine Pocket Cutleiy,
Sampson Goocnon ACo'a Table Cutlery,
Spear St Jackson's and Henry Diaton'a
SUPERB HAND SAWS,
We have also a lai ge number of
LOCKS & HIXGES,
Lull Porter's self-fastening window shutter Hinge,
theimpTOved Double Strap T Wrought Hinge, and
Hooks and Hinges Wrought.
We can furnish Woodrough & McParlin's make ol
at their list pricee with 10 per cent added.
Plow Moulda of all kinds, Birdwell' Cotton Sweep
and Scrapers, Hall, Moore & Miller's Cast Plows,
Chains, &o april 6
Bellows, Anvils, Vice,
" NAILS, IRON,
Horse and Mulo Shoes,
HORSE SHOE NAILS.
Powder. Shot ' and Caps,
YITE will aay to the peoplo of Giles county that we
A intend to keep on hand the largest and beat
STOCK OF GROCERIES
ever brought to this market, which we are deter
mined to offsr to you as low as they can be sold.
Having made arrangements that will enable us t
Compete with the liaslmlld H'.rket,
we invite yem to eal aid examine trr tocVs. We
1 believe yoi can save both time and m ney t-y pnr
charing fr-m usisstcaa ofpo-o; away f. cm h me.
in -4, ?-ly. Joaj D. FiAcrr co.
GRASS SEED FOR SALE I
HUNGARIAN. Bine Grass. C over and Millet,
Corn, Oats, Bacon, and a general assortment of
GroceriesCIieap, for Cash.
FISHER & IT ARRIS,
NoTth-east corner Public Square.
1888. SPBINGa- 1888.
II. Thannliouser & Co.,
Are ju Receiving their
SPRING and SUHMEH GOODS.
American, English and French
Bleached and Brown Domestics, Hosiery, Notions,
Dress G-oods all kinds,
Cloths, Cassirner83 and Jeans.
Also a well selected stock of
BOOTS and SHOES,
and a good assortment cf
all of which they will sell at
Come one, come all, and
EXAMINE THEIR STOCK
before making purchases elsewhere. marC3-Sm
THIS eplendid young horse will make the present
season at the subscriber's Farm. 7 miles west ol
Cornersville, Giles county, at f 20 the season. Any
mare not proving in foal will be served the next
Young Commodore will bo 4 years old on the 20th
of May next. He ia a dark brown, 15 hands high,
fine limb3, arched loin, oblique shoulder, fine head
and neck, and carries himself in fine atylc.
You ig Commodore was sirea by Commodore, the
property of Hon. John Minor Botts of Viiginia, he
by Boston, (sire of Lecorapte, Lexington &c.,) out
of RosuliejSomeie, dam of Revenue, Financier, Src.,)
Boston was by Timoleon, and he by Sir Arohv.
Younjr Commodore's dam is said to be by Goldboy,
he by Industry and he by Sir Archy. I haye in my
possession the pedijrree of Commodore running back
for more than a century through the best stock or
Turf Horses that the Racing Calendar gives anv nc
count of. march 23-4t WM. PERKY.
Livery and Sale Stable,
1TAKE pleasure in saying to the publico that my
commodious Livery Stable on Main Street north
of the public square is now well supplied with the
Best cf Harness and Saddle Horses
Gosling Bnsrgies, nice Carriages attentive and ac
commodating Ostlers, and plenty of provender.
will occasionally be on hand for a horse swap. A
man may get either a ride, a drive, a feed or a trade.
Carnuge and Horses per day,. ....... $15,00
Horse and Bug y 44 8,00
'4 4.4 half day 5,00
44 44 short drive 8,00
Saddle Horse day 4,00
Buggy a Harness without Horso. .. 5,00
Buggy Hore without Bugy 5,00
Feeding Horse single feed 50
44 per day 1,50, per month... 40 00
march 23-ly ' J. H. Jackson.
IMPROVE YOUR STOCK!
By imported Albion 1st dam Norma by imported
Leviathan, 2d dam Morgania by Pacolet.
By Highlander, he by imported Glenr e dam by
A number one saddle horse
Also a Short Hoi.-5-f.l B ill, a iiure
B-Tk'-.hir'- II mr, a is'ew OxforJ-hire Bu-K",
(ciips 12 lbs. wool per annum) and a genuine
CAS II 21 ERE COAT.
All the above animals may be found at my farm.
For Pedis?! ee, terms, fcc, beo posters.
March'9-lm GEO. T. ALLMAN.
Insure Your Stock.
THE TENNESSEE LIVE STOCK
Chartered by the Lcgislri'ure, with the
privilege to increase to
TX7TTrr 2ESP0NSIBLE-AGENCIES in everj
V County in Tennessee, and very shortly
throughout every Southern State. ThU company
insure against THEFT or DAMAGE to Stock whi.e
stolen. If not recovered within
The loss will ,e paid in ensh. A standing reward
of one-fonrth the value of ever animal insured by
this Company is ofTered for the recovery thereof.
On Hundred Dollers for the arrest nd conviction
of the Thief.
Persona having Animals not insured bv this
Company, can, by. remitting FirTEE Dot labs.
giving full description of Animals, nnd amount of
reward, hare One Thousand Hand-bills struck, nnd
furnished to ail our Detective Force in the State.
Annual Hates on Horses aud Mule.
Valued at Preminm.
50 t 75
RATES Of CATTLE MODERATE.
Intermediate Talce a', piomt rates.
C M. PAEKER, President.
J. M. EOBB, Vice President.
J. II. CONKLIN, Secretary.
J. W. HEAD, General Agent.
JAMES GLOVER, General Travtllcg Agent for
Aa the Agent of the above Company in Pulaaki,
I am now prepared to itceive application for In
surance of Live Stock, Ac.
R. M. BILES, Ar-nt,
L W. 3IcCORD,
Bool and T b. Printer,
MTM.tr coaxzm rrto e aanst - cr sTAras.
TULA SKI. rENNE.-SLE.
1 "l A H rejt.i'd for a'.l Job-wcr' . No Job can
' J takes frc tb c'Z: -crti! paii far.
DRY G' ODSl
NEW GOODS! XJX7 GOODS!
South-east Corner cf the Public Su&rev
(EX ELL'S OLD COE.S2X,)
rULASKI, I I I TEJfr
YXTE r daily raeeiviBff and opening nr Iirj
V V and elegant stock of
Spring Summer Goods
WHICH Wt SILL
Lower than the Lowest-
Our Btock consists in part of Calico and Domea
t'C poods of all descriptions, French and EngUab
Merinos ct all colors, and all othor a;yles.
KSW AND FASHI02CASLX
Cloaks and Shawls, Hats, Boots and Shoes,
.And a great many other goods too numerous to
mention. We call parMcular attvntion to our large
and well selected atock of
which we are selling to compete with Naabville pri
prices. We also call attention to our fine stock of
GENT'S. FURNISHING G00D3,
consisting ot Full Bosom Shirts, Linen Shirts, Un
der Shirts, Drawers, Cravats, Suspenders, Collars;
In fact a complete line of
We take great pleasure In announcing to the in
habitants of Pulaski and vicinity, that we hive se
cured the services of Mr. Charlea W. Smith, a gen
tleman well known to the residents of Gilee county,
who will alwava be pleased to see, and wait on, b?.
old friends and former customors.
THE FINE ARTS,
The Elite Art Gallery,
OPENED IN PULASKI, TENN. j
A PHOTOGRAPHER who undr$tandthubui4ti
(from North of HunUville, Madison Co., Ala., )
has opened his Fine Art G dlory in Pula.-ki, and
very respectfully tenders his services to the geaer
oua and enlightened people of Giles.
Size. Coloring, etc.
In thia Celebrated Establishment ore mr -
beautiful pictures of Jter ityU, anrt-- -
l from Lifo-iiie to 'he smal jv. Vv '
nre, and o elJeeantly coif
---rrr-t"r,",-.n.-.r.d J' .
be eo well
aeneas ia at once
These Portraits are Rich, Complete and Beauti
ful. They can be highly colored and given a deli
cacy of complexion not possessed bv the Fairest
Ludy, or even the Pure Alabusicr 'vVhtteuewi of a
Babe. In thi$ retpct only are there likenoaaca fiat
terii g Of the myriads of pictures taken in the
various ptyles of art, the "I'eurl" is unquestionably
the pre ".tie t and most remarkably Liie-like Por
trait the wurld ever aaw. It is E.egant.
Photograph!, Vtpnetts, Cartes de Visile, etc,-
Taken in the latest, mo.t popular and approved
styles known to th art of S.m-drawing. ily pro
ductions of al! other kinds known to the profc.noc,
wiil al-o compare favorably with anv Hoiiogrmphio
specimens of Ai t in clirietendom. Hence you c
the folly of expenditure on railroad- and at hotels
loKt time and rink of lifj to distant ciucs or loreiga
cmntries) They have the middle tints- are Kicla
in tone. Complete in detail, Bold in feature, and
to finish and
d durability, tuere is no queauon of th
OLD PICTURES, Etc.,
cf any kind copied to anv ei2e. 7 alno take pietor.a
of iiiJividnala n Hore-hack or in Buggiee, fUf
ing at Games, Groups, and Schoo'a, Beimels in Uni
form, Masons and dd Fellowa in Bealia, etc.,ind
colored, if desired, by the moat Accomplished
Artist in thi.-t country.
23T MONEY JEZ
If Cash ia paid in adv.nce for pictures not good,
they shall be re taken, or the amount Jict-cndld.
I Wnrrant Every Picture, and Guarantee)
Satisfaction to Ever, Customer, or JIake No
IMPORTANCE OF PICTURE?.
If you wan l' liken esse for your friends nnd rela
tives, come at once, for sickness or some other
hidden monster may lorever debar you from another
opportunity so favorable. It is a priciUye to Le
likenesses of dear ones whether we see ihura seal a
o not. These little Keepsakes are jtuult Many
who read this will testify to the truth in these lines,
for they, like myaelf, in this re!i":t, feel and have
f'-.!t the want of ruiijiatutes to tecall the feature of
de r brothers wb" fell in Battle or wero other wi
6icrified upon the alter of our beloved Eo'it'
Fonc and peaceful recoUectiona te their procioua
Hues. Colors, Dressing1, &c.
White, Gray and Black, take w. g. and black.
C rim --on. Orange, Brown. Green and deep Lad,
M?erjt, Yollow, Pink, rurple and Blue, take
Checked i sd Flowered goods take well enough
Dark Drapeij is (ratter) moet pleating.
Fiotographa, t per dor.; 3 per half dox.
Pearls. U. S15 asl tl apio
Other piciure at various rate.
Double price for i- children.
T. T. GRTFFIN. Wilson Co.. Term. '
WILLIAM COD PER. Na.hv:l'e, Teen.
W. D. MUiCPI.Y, Madi-on Co., Ala
T.adie and Gnt.eTnen are frv'l taee .pcfatts
TJ-ta.:gt pr..i-:y Et oft1- f-nrt :.cza.
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