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Ij. W. TilcCORD, Editor and Publisher.
OrriCE 10. EAST COBNEB PCliLIC SQUARE CP STAIRS.
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lines or lcs, in this t po,1 for the f rst, and 75 cents
for each subsequent insertion.
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at the regular rates until ordered out.
List of Prices for Advertis;ng:
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t gccoratJttr.ied with the money. Yearly adverti
sera art jiermittcd to renew quarterly free cf charge;
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panied with the cuh in every instance.
The advertising of a house or firm will be strictly
limited to its own immediate business
Calls on persons to becorno candidates, arid polit
ical circulars charged as advertisements, and wil
not be inserted without the cash in advance.
Editorial advertisements and puii-rnial communi
cations will not be inserted unless paid fur in ad
vance at double the regular rates.
Announcing candidates f.r State or District offi
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ObituarieB and tributes of rcsi'uet over ten lines in
leneth charged for at the regular advertising rates
Marriages, deaths and religious notices gratis.
FRIDAY MORNING,-JULY 20th, 1866.
i . .
The" Citizens of Tennessee favoring the
restoration policy of President Johnson, as
set forth in the recent address of the Exec
utive Committee of the National Union Club
of Washington city, are requested to call
meetings in each county for the last Satur
day (the 28th) of July, to appoint delegates
to a convention in each Congressional dis
trict, to be held on the 1st Saturday (the
4th day) in August. The District Con
ventions will appoint each two delegates
and two alternates, to attend the National
Union Convention to assemble in Philadel
phia on Lh 3 14ih day of August next.
John S. Brien, Chairman,
John C. Gaut,
::. i ;i W. Maxey, :
, . . F. C. Dunmngton,
E. II. East, ,
V. Matt". Brown, '
T. T. Smiley,
, .. ' , I', , Executive Committee.
E. E. Jones, Secretary. 127.
The Rome Courier contains a list of the
Confederate dead buried in the Cemetery at
that place. The graves have recently been
neatly fitted up, and provided with head
boards. Among the number we notice the
following familiar names:
- Wm. ArrowEmith,- 32d regt.
' -W; C. Sparkman, - i
; A. J. Harwell, " "
i F. Noe, co. F. 31 regt.
j W. H. Purdue, co. C. 3d regt.
; Dey. In the immediate neighborhood of
this place, and for 5 or 6 miles out in all
directions, there has not been a eeasonable
rain in five weekB. Corn-fields and gar
dens are literally parching, and unless rain
come very soon, crops in this immediate
locality will be a failure Other portions
of this and the adjoining counties have been
visited with copious and refreshing showers
and crops are promising.
The Legislature. . r
There is still no quorum in the House.
Mr. Arnel has introduced a resolution, how
ever, which provides that two-thirds of the
members actually elected shall constitute a
quorum. Under this arrangement, about
forty-five would constitute the necessary
For further Legislative news, see articles
Leaded '-Metropolitan Police" and "Legis
; Mr. C. M. Briggs has leased the convict
labor of the penitentiary for a period of four
years, ati he rate of forty-three cents per
day for each hand. Mr. B., with a capi'al
of S 100,000, intends to introduce machine
ry immediately, for the purpose of manu
facturing agricultural implements oo an ex
Ilroii F. Ewino.
John D. Flautt & Co,
Tournament at Huntavilla. . GROC'KIES, HARD WAKE
pendent for an invitatiou to the grand Tour
nament to be given at Huntsville, Ala., on
the 26th and 27th inst., for benevolent pur- j Johs D. Flal'tt,
poses. The lists 'are open to the world
and Knight3 from all parts of the country
are invited to enter their names, and par
ticipate in the exercises, which promises to
be the most, exciting and interesting ever
witnessed in this country. The programme
is full and attractive, and ample arrange
ments have been made to entertain and ac
comodate all who may attend. Extra trains
will be run on the Nashville and Decatur
and Memphis and Charleston roads.
The programme may be seen at this oSce.
Unfortunately it did not fall under our eye
in timef to publish this week.
In pursuance of the above call, there
will be a preliminary meeting of the people
of Giles county, at the Court House in Pu
laski, on Monday next, 23d inst., to make
the necessary arrangements for a full meet
ing Saturday the 28th at the same place, to
appoint delegates to the district Convention
to be held at Shelbyville on Saturday the
4 th day of August.
If earnest and enthusiastic action on the
part of the masses was ever necessary to
preserve the rights Ckd liberties of a people
certainly the usurpations and encroachments
of the party now in power in Tennessee, and
dominant in Congress, call loudly for imme
Let the people come to the resets of re- j
publicanism in America come the resur
rection of the Constitution and ft the po
litical tlcaih and damnation of Brownlowism
in Tennessee and radicalism in Congress.
Come to tho aid of our patriotic President,
in his efforts for the government. Come
next Monday and next Saturday week, and
let us commence the work in earnest.
Cotton Tax. The new Internal Revenue
Bill, which has passed both houses of Con-
ress, imposes a tax of three cents a pound
on cotton, the main staple of the South, but
not one farthing on, corn or wheat or hay,
the chief agricultural products of the rwrth
"WHOLESALE and RETAIL
j Head Centre Stephens has been in jail in
Boston for debt. He is now out on bail.
CORRECTED IVEBT WMI BY JOHN D rilDTT A OO.
The Home Monthly slates that Rev. S.
D. Baldwin, D.D., will publish, in a few
weeks, a work called "America; or the Pre
dicted Solution of Mystic Prophecy; the
Restoration of America immediately after
the Transformation of Italy and the Fall of
the Ottoman Empire." The work will be
The Democratic Central Committee at
New Orleans, has selected Hon. H. M.
Spofford as a delegate tojhe Philadelphia
Every inhabitant of the United States
pays three cents a day for internal tax alone
to the United States Government, or the
amount paid is at that rate.
The celebrated stallion, Ethan Allen, is
Advertising and its Benefits.
The world 6imply wants to know where
to buy what it wants, and is certain to "go
for it." A short time since a publisher of
one of the city papers had occasion to buy
a few articles of goods of apecial kind and,
was attracted by an advertisement of a
Broad street merchant, and went to his
hou3e to purchase, By reason of the ad
vertisement, the stock has been exhausted
and the purchaser went to the ware-rooms
of one of his neighbors and made his pur
chases. After settling his bill, he advised
the merchant to advertise his stock, and he
dicso. On yesterday he came into this
oftico and declired that, through his adver
tisement he had sold 640,000 worth of
goods this season. Comment is unneces
sary. XashviUe Banner.
ARTICLES. QUATITT WHO'SALE. RETAIL.
Apples, dried, per bu.. . $ 4,00 $5,00
Bac'cn.hams, ' lb..."........ 23c ' 23
clear sides " 23 23
" ribbed " " 20 21
" shoulders.-4...-..- 18 19
Butter, Ib...:. r. 25
Brandy, apple, 1? gal 8,00.... 10,00
' " 'pjoch "....:.: 8,00 10,00
" french 18,00 " 24,00
Beeswax, Tb 25... 85
Coffee, Eio tb. SO. . . . 85
Java; . .
Corn, bu . . . . J ... v 1,25. .., .
" Mealbu 1,85
Cheese, fi .". 2533
Candles, Star, light weight, 5? 3. . 25. . . .
" Tallow, S 12K--.
Dyes Indigo oz. ..... : 20. .". .
" Madder $ Ib ....
" Logwood 85....
Eggs, fJdoz....: 15....
Flour, superfine, bbl
" Family, .11,50
" Extra Fine
Grass Seed, Clover,$)bu , 6,00....
. ITnnfTorioM A Krt
" Blue Grass
Iron, Bar, '! Ib 12)..
" Hoop 15
" Sheet 13K--
". Nail Rod 13 ...
" Castings, ....
Lard, good, tb 23
Molasses, gallon, 1 ,00
" Syrup gallon, 1,85
Mackerel, No. 1 Kit, ............ . . .
Nails, lb 10....
Oil, Lard, gallon, . . . .
" .Linseed, , J . .'. ,
Potatoes, Irish, buseel, 1,50
" sweet "
Powder, good, lp lb 75
Peaches, Dried, bushel . . . .
Sugar, Erown tg) lb - 17 . ..
" Coffee 20
" Crushod and powdered $ H 22
Shot, 9 lb 13 ... .
Salt, bbl 6,00
Starch, ft 12....
Spirits Turpentine, gallon, 2,50
Tar. 1? gallon ,' V. , . 1 ,00 ... .
Tea, Imperial, $Tb... 3,0u
Vinegar; cider, ? gallon, 65
"Whisky, common 44 .... ... 2,50 ...
. Have Always on Hand a
FULL AHD COMPLETE
STOCK OF EVERYTHING
In Our Line.
J. P. MAT,
3. C. SORDOW,
A. X. MAT.
Elay. Gordon (k May,
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods,
READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS,
Boots, Shoes, Hard, Queens & Glass-ware,
West bide Publio Square, near Tennessee House,
WIIEEE they -will at all times be pleased to see
their friends and the puplic generally. janl2
KENTUCKY CIDER MILL,
REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES
Livery and Sale Stable,
1TAKE pleasure in saying to th publico that mv
commcKlious Livery Stable on Main Street north
of the public square is now well supplied with the
Sest of Harness and Saddle Horses
Gosling Btijrgies, nice Carriages attentive and ac
commodating Ostlers, and plenty of proveuder.
will occasionally be on hand for a horse Bwap. A
man may get either a ride, a drive, a feed or a trade.
Carriage and Horses per day, $15,00
liorse ana lingL v " ,
44 " half day 5,00
44 44 short drive 8,00
Saddle Horse $ day 4,00
Brtgtry Harness without Horse. . . . 5.00
Buggy Horse without Buggy 5,00
Feeding Horse single feed 50
44 per day 1.50, per month .40 00
march 23-ly J. U. Jaokson.
-w v sm r y-
liEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
Soutn-east CorrieT cf the Public Square,
(ezell's old corner,)
WE sre daily receiving and opfuing our larg 2
and elegant stock of f
Spring I Summer Goods t
WHICH VK 8S1L
W. H. BALLENTIME,
Ballentine & EzeiL
44 Eobertsori, " ........ 5,00-..
White Lead, $ 25 lb Keg, 4,50 ..
COFFEE, '' .....
. SPIRITS TURPENTINE,
FLOUR of all Grades,
' CANDIES, RAISINS,
ALMONDS and other Nuts,
SOAPS, Fine and Common,
ENG. BI. CABB. SODA,
DYE STUFFS all kinds,
JCLT 19 CAEETCLLT CORRECTED EVERT WEEK.
Stoab, K Orleans, 1919
Bacon, hog round, ISc
ribbed sides 210
clear 44 22jc
hams, pain, 22o
. Champagne Wine, (Pure)
Golden Catawba, 41
We would Call attention to our stock of
Hardware & Cutlery.
DRY GOODS and GROCERIES,
South -cast Corner Public Square,
HAVING associated themselves in business ten
der their kindest regards to their old remern -
bered friends and patrons, and invite attention to
the fact that they now prepared to do
MORE AND BETTER
by them than they ever did in other and better days
Our stock consists partly of the following :
Lower tlian tlie Lowesl
Our stock consists in part of Calicosland Domet-
tic poods of all descriptions, French and Englk-"
JIK111103 01 an colors, ana an otner styles. i
w ivn VASirrnvinr
Cloak3 and Shawls, Hats, Boot3 and Shoes,
And a great many other poods too numerous to
mention. v e call particular attention to our larc
and well selected utock of
which we arc selling to compete with Nashville pri-
prices. We also call attention to our fine stock of
GENT'S. FURNISHING GOODS,
consisting of Full Eoom Sh.il Is, Linen Shirts, Un
der Shirts. Drawers. Cravats. Susi-enders. Collars;:
In fact a complete line of
We take great pleasure in announcing to tho i'n
habitants of Pulaski and vicinity, that we hxve Be
curod the services of Mr. Charles W. Smith, a genf
tloruan well known to the residents of Giles count-f
who will always be pleased to see, and waj
old triends and former customers.
44 good to pnmo 27a;30j 44 fancy from 12 to 13,00
l ' - - v- I uuiu, nmwj l' j
Seeds, clover 6,006,50;
' timothy; 4,50
41 hungarian 2,25
" blue grass 3,50
meal 44 1,00
Hat, prime timothy 22,00
44 44 hungarian
" blue grass,
DR. J. A. SUMTER, 2!aior.
.INO. EZELL, JieC'vdor, G. W. PET WAY,
JOHN KOUNS, A. E. RICHARDSON,
ALLEN E. MAY, ' JOHN C. GORDON,
A.ft.n! PnvArvilh r.rn-mt.pr ShatY. for er vi ncr ootton
Officers of Pulaski Lodge No. 101. F. &A' jns. We invite the attention of farmers to an ex
E. EDMUNDSON, W.M., b. J.KOGr.KS, b. V .j ammation of our machine beiore pnichasing else-
wnere. J. .Nicholson, Manufacturer, trauaim
Our stock will be found to embrace a ereneral as-
44 ' C extra 16 17-Flor superfine $9. 50 eortment ofthe best brands and improved patterns of
44 ' 44 44 yelowl6Cf:18t ' extra' lOioO I . . -
Coffee, fair to good 2627 44 family 1112.00 varpeniers
Wagon Makers and
We invite the attention of Saw Mill owners to our
SAW GUMMERS, ;
; ' . EXTRA BITTS,
of th6 very beet English Brands. And the atten
tion of snnrlstnen and others to our
NICHOLSONS Double Barrel Guns
IHPE0VED THRESHING MACHINE, genuine English make. A good assortment of
COLT'S OLD STYLE REPEATERS
WE have manufactured a large number of these
machines within the last eleven years, and for
their working qualities, they are superior to any
machine introduced in the market. We also manu-
:. ' ;; To : Publishers.- .
We have for bale a quantity of good news
Ink, at Cincinnati rates,
r - . , : . 1
Fine Osioks. We are under obligations
o Mrs. D. G. Anderson for some 6ne onions.
Bia Turnip. Vale mills has furnished
us a turnip weighing 5 lbs. It was sent in
py our friend D. W. Burclf. " ' " " "
Correction. An article headed "Prison
Life of Jefferson Davis," from the New Or
leans Crescent, appeared in our Ust issue
without the proper credit, unintentionally.
Pic-nic. We were honored with an in
vitation to the pio nic which came off yes
terday at "Buford's Grove," but ofiice-ial
n rra-rftjnebts prevented us from attending.
Remarkable Calf. Dr. Burdett has a
remarkable sucking calf, which, besides be
ing extraordinary in point of eize and sym
etry of form, yields from a (juart to a half
gallon of milk twice a day. The milk is
said to be nearly all cream.
Dull. Never have we seen the times so
dull as they are now. Our business men
do very little but yawn and yearn from
morning till night, and it is impossible to
etir up flu item for the paper. Our commu
nity is ominously fiuiet in a political sense,
-aod an air of don't-care a doggon-aliveness
-ie usi'Me eey where ... . ...
JO.B.CHILDERS.J.m W. BATTE, Tres.,
J.L.JONES, Secy., J . A. feu 111 r.li,b. Uecn.
R. R. REED. J. Deacon, F. W. RTJDD, Tyler.
Meets first Monday night in each Mouth.
B. II. PEDKN, Sheriff. - .
R. L. EVANS, ALONZO PEDEN and BENTON
P. EZELL Dep't Sh'fc.
A. COX. c. a m. Chancery Court.
F. T. McLAURINE Circuit Court Clerk.
ED. W. ROSE, County 14 44
DANIEL G. ANDERSON, County Register.
TIIOS. S. RIDDLE, County Trustee.
II. H. AYMETT, State and Co. Tax Col.
G. A. HOPKINS, Coroner.
JAMES R. DICKEY. Countv Surveyor.
DANIEL G. ANDERSON, Ch'm. County Court.
Justices of the Peace.
Dist. 1 JOHN A TRENTHAM and L B CARTER,
44 2 J P C REED and THOS J CAMPBELL,
44 3 THOS HANNAH and J G EDMUNDSON.
44 4 WILLIAM SMITH and TU NOBLETT.
44 5 Wu P WOOD and JOHN SANDUSKY.
44 6 .Tas F SMITH and Thos A MAULTSBY.
'4 7 Jas L JONES, W II ARF.RNATHY JNO
KOUNTS and Dah'i G ANDERSON.
44 8 J M EDWARDS and Jno G ABERNATHY
44 9 W H KAUGH, 11 T HUNNICUTT and Wm
44 10 WILLIS WORLEY and II GRIGGS.
44 11 W W BLOW and S A PARSONS,
44 18 Ja SAUNDERS and D H PARSONS.
44 14 Jas R DICKEY and W F HEWITT,
44 15 Jas M WAGSTAFF, Jos M FARMER and
Jas M SHIELDS.
44 16 C W McMILLION and DAN II JONES.
44 17 RL McCORl), JOHN RALSTON and PT
44 13 LEVI REED and AMEIVENS.
44 Id J M PARKER and Siit'i HAYS.
o E W McLAURIN and Alf HOUZE.
T,t. 1 W T Sweest. Dist. 2
4 3 LZReaoas.
44 5 ADSandcskt.
44 7 W G Anderson.
41 11 W J Browm,
44 1-1 J P Woodat.
44 15 John G Gabret.
4 G B Harrison.
6 Bcck Harwell.
8 Robt II Bctler.
14 C II Trice.
WILKINSON & WEBB, Agents,
juue8-3m. Pulaski, Tenn.
SMITH A WESSON'S RBASS CARTRIDGE PISTOLS,
& Single DBarrel 3?istols,
god make; Cartridges and Caps of all kinds.
Wostenholm's Genuine Pocket Cutlery,
Sampson Goodnon &Co's Table Cutlery,
Spear & Jackson's and Henry Diston's
SUPERB HAND SAWS,
We have also a laige number of
LOCKS & HINGES,
Lull a Porter's self-fastening window shutter Hinge,
the improved Double Strap T Wrought Hinge, and
Hooks and Hinges Wrought.
We can furnish Woodrough & McParlin's make ol
at their list prices with 10 per cent added.
Plow Moulds of all kinds, Birdwell'- Cotton Sweep
and Scrapers, Hall, Moore & Miller's Cast Plows,
We have on hand now a full aDd complete stock of v.nain3, ko apru 0
NEW. GROCERY HOUSE.
Gilbert, Kerr & Smith,
N. E. COR. PUB. SQUARE,
(One Door North of Messrs Shackleford & Bright,)
Consisting of everything usually kept in our line,
and which we oner to the public at the
Without enumerating, we say to all that we are
prepared to supply all otyoar wantsinour line, and
simply ask you to examine our extensive stock and
see for vonrselves.
may iS-6m GILBERT, KERR & SMITH.
Sam. C. Iilitchell &Co.,
House Carpenters & Joiners,
ARE prepared to do all work in their line at short
notice and in the most approved style.
Window sash, Blinds and Door maae to ordei at
the bst of prices.
We are prepared ta furnish cofSas of all kisd
arid sizes t short notice. 'an5-6iss
Bellows, Anvils, Vices,
Horse and jNXiale Shoes,
HORSE SHOE NAILS,
Powder, Shot and Caps,
WE will 6y to the people of Giles county that we
intend to keep on hand the largest and best
STOCK OF GE0CEEIES
ever brought to this market, which we are deter
mined to offer to you as low as they can be eold.
Having made arrangements that will enable as to
Compete witi. tie Nashville llarket,
we invite yon to call and examine ocr stocks. We
believe you can eave both time and money by pur
chasing' from u instead of goini iwar froa fcoce.
itn 25, '66-ly. JoHx I). FfarTT co.
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
And an endless variety, embracing
Everything Kept in a Variety Store.
Give us a call, and we will try to please you.
j-n 2$c. BALLj'.nt Ezkll.
SOUTH EAST CORNER PUBLIC SQUABE, VP STA1R8,
W5 have now one of the largest and best printing
establishments ever pat up in a country town
and are well prepared for executing all kinds of
The Eltt-Art Gallc H
Either riain, Fancy or in gay Colors,
WITH NEATNESS AND ACCCBACT
And at Lou Jtates.
BOOKS, PAMPHLETS & CIRCULARS
DONE n HANDSOME STYLE.
BUSINESS AND VISITING CARDS
printed at short notioe.
Invitation Cards and Tickets,
POSTERS, P PROGRAMMES, CHECKS,
Done in handsome style,
HORSE & JACK BILLS
Blanks Printed to Order
at the most reasonable rates,
It is our determination to spare no exertion to de
serve the patronage of this county, upon which we
shall rely confidently for success in our enterprise.
SWeekly Republican Banner.
Representative Organ of the People, and
Largest Circulation in City and .State.
THE WEEKLY BANNER is the cheapest and best
newspaper now published in Tennessee, contain
ing the freshest news and raw t reliable information.
Its proprietors spare no pains nor expense, to make
it a first class paper, and claim that it deserves tho
cordial support ofthe people.
It will contain the daily city Police Reports, Mar
ket reports, Legislative Kvports, Tele?rarh Reports,
together with every item of local intercut occurring
during the week. It Commercial character is es
tablished in the fact that its uniform correctness in
giving quotations, has created a demand for it by all
who loos to this market and the East. We give al
so in each weekly isuo, a considerable amount of
Agricultural reading of value to farmers and other.
TERMS: One copy one year, 3; 11 copies, i'60;
22 copies, $50; 83 ropie I'jO; 44 copies, 120. .
We rre not responai b'e for loes in the mail,
should any occur, unless letters are registered.
Address, ALBERT KOBEE'f A CO.,
jonel, Nashville. Term.
Don't forset that we have Mend: d JOB-
Of jflCE in connection with our Newspaper estab
lishTsert, which enable us v put up a neat job as
can be dose s where in the State. Bring" n yon
card, hisd-bi!!, eirrnlars. w.
OPENED IN PULASKI. TENN. "V
t riTOTOflR A PIIF.R tvhn unAjirkf anLi JlL. hut,iru.
(from North of Huntsville, Madison Co., Ala., !
has opened his Fiue Art Gallery in Pulaski, and,
very respectfully tenders his services to tlvvrier
ous and enlightened people of Giles. ,v !
Size, Coloring, efr 'ft''
In this Celebrated Establishment l.
beautiful pictures of Jitrry Style, ant
from Life-size to tho smallest Finper-"W
ture, and so ellegantly colored in Oil,thu
Eyes, Complexion and Expression can
preserved by the Artitt that the Likeness I
identified as (almost) "a living crcature."
' "PEARL MINIATURES.!
These Portraits are Rich, Complete and h.K
f-il. They can be highly colored and given a tic-.
cacy 01 complexion not possessed nv tne rairtti-,
Lady, or even the Pure Alabaster 'Whiteness of a
Babe. In thin rtpct only are thet-o likenesses fiat-
tering Of the myriads of pictures taken in the
various styles or art, the "rcarl ' Is nriTTieKtionabJy
the prettiest and most remarkably J.ilu-liko i '
trait the world ever saw. It is Elegant.
Photographs, Vtgnetts, Cartes de .Visile, etc.
Taken in tho latest, most popular and approved
styles known to th art of Sjn-drawing. My pro
ductions of al! other kins known to the profeaision,
will also compare favorably with any Iluliographiu
siKjeimens of Art in Christendom. (Hence yoa see
the folly of expenditure on railroads and at hotela--lost
time and risk of life to distant cities or foreign
countries) They have the middle tints- are Rich
in tone. Complete in detail, Bold in feature, and as
to finish and durability, tlicre in no question of their
OLD PICTURES, Etc.,
of any kind copied to any size. I also take pn-turea
of individuals on llore-back or in Bupeies, i'lav-
ing at Games, Groups, and Schools, Rutcls in Uni
form. Masons and Odd Fellows in Regalia, etc., nd
colored, if desired, by the most Accomplished
Artist in this country.
itar M ONE Y JES
If Cash is paid in advsnce for pictures not good,!
they aliall be re-laxen, or vne amoaiu Kfjunaea.
I Warrant Every Picture, and Guarantee
Satisfaction to livery Customer, or Make Jia
IMPORTANCE OF PICTURED.
If you want likenessea for your friends snd rela-f
tives, come at once, for sickness or some othert
hidden monster may jorever debar you Irom another
opportunity so favorable. It is a pri vilene to have)
likenesses of dear ones whether we see tiiem agaii
or not. Th.Ms .little Keepsakes are jewU Man;?
wr-o read this will testify to thi truth in theno lines -.
for they, like myself, in this respect, feel and have
t'olt tho want of miniatures to recall the feature o--der
brothers wbo fell in Battle or wero otlierwi
lacnficd upon the aiter of our beloved 8on?'
FonJ andjeaceful recollections to their pf
Hues, Colors, Dressing,!
White, Gray and Black, take w. g. and V.
Crimson, Urangc, Brown. Green and
Magenta, Yellow, i'ir.k, Pnrple
Checked .nd Flowered coods take well
Dark Drapery is (rather) most pleas;V
Photographs, . per doz.; f3 per h.
Pearl. $12, 15and apiece. T
Othrr pktures at variou rstes.
Double price for bai children.
D. T. GRIFFIN, Wilaon Co., Tenn. J
WILLIAM COOPKR. Nashville, Tt '
W. D. MURPHY, Madiaon Co.,?
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r Very Respectfully. 1