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I. tV. McCOUD, Kditor and Publisher.
CJIICE O. EAST CORNER PUBLIC SQUARE UP STAIRS.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Adrance.
FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1CC6.
Wanted, immediately 1,000 buehels good
merchantable Wheat, for which the market
price will be paid on delivery.
Aug. 3-3t J. D. Flactt & Co.
Classical and Mathematical School.
We will open a school in the Cumber
land Church on Monday, 13lh of August.
Instruction will be fciven in nil the
branches of education taught in our best
Colleges; and the course of study will be
that usually pursued in those institutions.
For each pupil, $5,00 per month, to he
paid invariably at the end of each month.
For the session a contingent fee of 8 1 ,00
per 6olioIar will be charged, to be paid at
the end of first month.
N. W. Motiieral.
C. G. Rogers.
Just received by Osborn k Co.:
"Four Yearn in the Saddle,"
By Harry Gilmer.
Ry Victor Hugo.
Also Another fresh supply of "Lilt Arp,"
and "Prison Life of Jefferson Davis."
American Bible Societi. Osborne it
Co. are agents for the American Bible So
ciety,, and will furnish Bibles and Testa
ments at publisher's piices.
Lcella. Your refreshing communica
tion received just as wo go to press. It
will appear next-week.
No Rais Yet. It has been seven weeks
since we have had a seasonable rain in this
locality. Crops are almost a failure.
Oi'u space is so limited this week on ac
count of legal advertising, that much inter
esting matter is excluded.
New Advertisements. We have not
the spar-e to notice them in detail. If you
want bi ick-work or pi isteting done, call on
F. J. Henry. See also advertisement of
Held, Chadbourn &: Co., Commission
Revival. A revival of Religion La-i i
been in progress for a week or ten days at j
Mt. Moriah Church, six miles West of Pu
laski, under the preaching of Rgv. Mr
Motiieral, pastor in cliargo, and Rev. Mr
Miicholl, of Athens, Ala., both of the Cam-
. . . . , . ...
Death of an Old Citizen.
Dr. J. P. EPPERSON, one of our most eo-
teamed citizens, as well a.s one of our uldedt
and best physicians, died, after a short ill
ness of Inflaniation of the Brain, yesterday
morning at 1 o'clock. He wasagood neigh
bor, an honest man, a useful citizen, and a
phybician of rare scijntific attainments.
Public Meeting in Giles.
Pursuant to a call for a Countv Mass
- , . . , . . , j i g ',u en l lie 011 'i is, iiio.i uo-.i lvi 1 oe n s loi er. o 1 t 110 1-
Meeting to appoint delegates to the bliclby- : eilge, to cultivate that grace of manner, propriety
mr . . 1 1 . ,1.1, ,c , of tuste. itnd amiabilit v of disposition, which clmr-
e Convention to assemble on the 4lh of j acU,rlzu wcll hrM wc Ufonned ladies, and
AuUSt, A lare number of tllO citizens of : which will entitle them to thu respect of r lined
0 1 ' , n . IT ! and eulii vat. d societv.
Giles county COVcneJ at tl e Court House , Tli.s family and U-aeh-rs rcM.le in the same build
in Pulaski on the 23th of July when Dr. ; iygwith H-' l1"!1!)''- Tl.W favon. the exercise of
J t . 1 that care aii-1 solicit ud! ot whi--h youngladics should
C. N. Ordway was Called to the Chair, and uot ins deprived while abs,.nt from the parental roof.
' 1 ci . T f I The scli-i is strietlv select which etl'eetuallv pre-
A. Cox appointed bacretary. Janie3 ilC- vents that miscellaneous a-s.H-iation so eominori in
Callam.'Ksri.. havin.' explained the obi !Ct , publie schools. All the boarders arc considered a -
of the meeting;, on motion of Major 1. M
. . " -r
Jonos the following resolutions were adopt
Uesolved, Tl at thia mcetino; cordially ;
ondorte the object of the Convention at '
Col. Q.'Tj. Rose offered the fulowinj reso- ;
lution, which was adopted:
Uesolved, That we recommend to Shel-
byvillo Convention Hon. Ed. Cooper, of i
Bedford county, and Thomas Martin, Esq., j
if Giles countv. as suitable del traits to the
, . , .
On motion, .1 COmmittPf, Composed of D.
1 11 a 1 . .
Parsons, A. Duford, A. 11. Abe rnathy, i).
tt. .11 P, M,vr.c Dr. Cainbell. T. S.
tiai vi vti, x" -'-J
V.iti aiui li. h. r.vans, vero arpoiuieu iu
H8irt the Chair in Folccting delegates to
attend the Convention at Shelby viile. The
following; delegates were selected:
Ed. W. McL-urine, Jno. A. Jaclson. .
Williford. D. A. Alexander. Dr. J. II.
Campbell. Dr. M.S. Waters. Thos. Hannah,
Joseph 8. EdmunJpon, C. IS'. Ordway, T.
H. Noblett, II. II. Hancock. Geo.M. Brown
low, D. II. Parsons, T. F. Winston, .Ia3.
2d. Wa"9tir, Tho8. Martin, Burwcll Aber
natliy, Coluuibus Beattio, Albert. Duford,
Thos. S. Voj;i, 11. N. Jones, Lovi Deed. W.
E. B iird, Dr" Theo. Westmorclind, James
Me Call urn.
On motion the meeting adjourned.
A. Cox Sectary,
Thk Usi thin done on Saturday.
in ths i
House of Rcpt.-seuUtive.s was ti e recn-.
tion of a vet- from tho l'rt'sident of a ! itul .
bill. It fcrtiK-d to no: tl. the Ilouad tliattho !
Pretnlent tlioul l hive tim las.t word. j
The only important bill, vt htch iliJ r.ot
b-'come :i l vw. ii tltat admittino; Nebraska
into the Union hs a State, the President
did not notify citlir Houses that he Lad
6i 'ned. He l)s therefore ret.rved his
tii'iiaturc, tvLioh tsecurt'3 its defeat.
Ir i cl.timed in W aohinton that Gencr
, . ., i
nld Grsnt and hbTtuan at UU v-jtimly in
f't.,r tlie -Pi.i;ide!pi.i C'covtnticn, and
' .... -
Andrew Johnson for the People and the
Washington, July 30, 18C6. To An
drew S. Herron, Attorney General of Loui
siana: You will call on Gen. Sheridan, or
whoever may be in command, for sufficient
force to sustain the civil authorities in sup
pressing all illegal or unlawful assemblies
who usurp or assume to exercise any power
or authority without first having obtained
the consent of the people of the State. If
there is to be a Convention, let it be com
posed of delegates chosen frota the people
of the whole State. The people must be
first consulted in reference to changing the
organic laws of the State. Usurpation will
not be tolerate''. The laws and Constitu
tion must be sustained, and thereby peace
and order. (Signed) Andrew Johnson.
Married In Memphis, Tenn., on the
24th ult., by Rev. Dr. Allen, at the Second
Methodist Church, Rev. Sterling M.
Cherrv. of Iluntsviile, Ala., to Misa Emma
Capers, daughter of the late Dr. B. II.
Capers, of Memphis.
In Memphis, on the 21th ult., at the resi
dence of Col. John F. Mills, by Rev. Guil
ford Jones, Col. John B. Sale, of Missis
sippi, to Miss Anna E. Cornelius, daugh
ter of Judge Cornelius, deceased, of New
Dii:i, in Limestone county, Ala., July 2Tth, of
Diptherra, Hose, only child of S. C. and Anna L.
Uoffett, aged 5 years and -i hoard.
" The r.ose that so early bloomed, and flung f irth
its delicious l'rairranec, has faded away: but the re
incnibnuiee of its loveliness and goodlinesss is un
dyinsr." The darling child P.osk was all that the fond
parents could desire of beautiful features, grucc
t'ul form, refined tastes thoughtful dutiful utfec
tivUate. She was ' the lb-'ht and joy of the horns
circle, and the admired and beloved of all who
Walk in, 2 ever, us it were, in the shadow of her
parents. Oh, how they will miss her! miss her in
thn bright inorninj at dewy eve, and from around
the hearth-stone. The joyous earth-chem o is ab
sent; but the imago of the sweet one is deeply en
graven on the mind and heart
The voice of the prattler is hushed; but the eoft
whispers of the Angel are heard in its stead.
The loved one or ee "earthly," has been transform-!
into the image of the heavenly.1'
Afflicted parents, receive the sympathy of all.
Your great less is appreciate 1; but oh, the gain of
your iintrelic Jiosr. ! ity w hat earth has lost, Heav
en has been enriched. Uuit is now your treasure.
Oh ! father and mother, let your hearts be there also.
' Why should I vex my heart, or fast?
No more she'll visit me;
My soul -wili mount to her at last,
And there my child I'll see."
! Jj1 J ifc J,
'PIIE tnombers of the community in which the
J- College is located are sutlieiently acquainted w ith
its history, progress an 1 prospects. A brief state
ment, however, may bo required for the benelit ol"
thoe whose re.-ldence is more remote. The College
is three miles Sout li -east of Woodbum, a villa-re on
tlie Louisville and Nashville Kailroad. midway be
tween Iiowiinir Green and Franklin, Ky. Jt is sit
uated npon i' hiLrli point of ground, conuiionding a
pictm esque and beaui'mil prospect, in a rctnarkably
tiealth portion of the couvit.ry. su:ricier. tlv letired to
.secure qu iet and freeilom from ail distui bimr causes,
abundantly supplied with pure water imd com prising
all the facilities ! r exercise and enjo vrnent pcrtuin-
"n? toeonn.ry lit.-. lne hcuithiuiiie.-.s, m
i enterprise and advaneem.-iit of the Institut
liiiiv estabhsLcd. As it lias increased in public Ju-
vor more extensive a' COiinno laiions were demand
ed, the buildings Irive therefore been enlarged, anil
an additional ni'-inbr 'f boarders can be received
! and accommodated. The discipline is mild, yet
j thorough anddeci-dve. The law of kindness is tlie
! law ol the Institute, aud no Iiar.-h or extreme meas-
ures will ever be resorted to. unless the conduct of tlio
i pupil should require s.K'ii a cuie. Hut in no case
I will a member be permitted to remain, who is uu-
governable, or w hose irllucuce on her companions
! i. injurious. The penalties are: Aduioi. ition and
j reproof, suspension for repc. .ted offences, and expul
1 sion in the lsl extremity.
i It is tlie purpose of the Faculty to promote a thor
I ougb. rath-r than a r-up rfu-ial education, and to give
I careful attention to proper exercise and recreation
! on the part of the pupils, that health may not sutler
j while the mind is profiled, and it is also an impor
J taut object while ( udeavorii.g to increase the mental
1 . : ....- .1 . .. 1 .. 1 1 . . . i, .5 ... n. .. . ,.e 1 1
i mumbers ot no lamuv ani as suen are carcl t r
and controller. for 1 ne ensuing term tlie number
of pupils w ill be limited to fifty.
Regulations for Boarding Fupils.
The rooms of the young la, lies are furnished, and
supplied with water, fuel and light.; but they are
required to keep them cleanly and in good order.
'i'l.e pupils are required to prepare lessons during
the appoint. ,! h- uis, at night and morning.
nal lor retiring is
en at bail" past nine
o'clock r. i. Thirty minutes uf
liilit6 arc permitted iti tl..; rooms.
In tl.i! morn in ; a'l are- require 1
ringing of the be,!.
The v Guivj ladies are r.ot p.-Tiid: t-d to attend du-
ring the m-ssi'-n. av.v pa- tv or
1 incompatible w
, ith l.ab
ofstu.l ; to receive tin
tcntions ol vuiug g
wl.i.e thev remain
j.,,.,,,!,,, f fn(. institution: to visit any stores or j
: Confectioneries wi'h.-ut being aee.mipaniC-1 by their j
j teaehei s or parents ; to open accounts at any store 1
without wutt 'ti permiss- -n fn.m their parmts or 1
I guardian-: to leave the college premi.-es w 'itheut be- '
j ;ng a.-, omoai.ied bv a t-ae!i-r 01 tomo relative -l
ui.-ir own mmuj 1 aj pupi. aie require-no
l.ote 111 case ot absence, t.ir.l: ;. -s. orwneri per
mission is desired to !i,cve bet'oe, the regular time,
to leave tlie institution in a quiet and orderly man-
t.er lnimeuiaieix up.jii lusuiissa
isSa ! : t o cor form in ot le -r
respects to the 1 ules ,,t;. legislation
government of tb- tr.t i.-n.
ma.io in board or tuition for vol nr.
- fur the in ten:
!.T-v abs -o. e '.
The seho'a-tio year connuenecs on the t'u.-t iiou
lav m Scptsin'icr, alio is ..nvnic.i.. into two sessions i
of lWclitv weeks each, without any iiitcrveliin' va
cation: t hv.s vl'ig a tel r.i of forty weeks, at -.1 all'. o -1-ir.cr
?i ample vr.c a '.;: in the I.-.--, season of the year.
PlllKAllV hU'.lKTVENT. M rS.
suits and Mrs. M. c;.kio.v.
M. H. Wiiite-
. 1 Linn T.vnm it n i.
As many conipctcnt Asj-i.-Unt Teachers vri'l be
i rocurcu us tr.a i:creea i.u:u.ci .. o .......
cm ployed .
None hut Southern Tcehrs
i Primary D. pnrtinfot t
i Colletr'.ata '; -
: C,re k. Latin and French Lamrviage". Li.rn,
I Mr.sie Po.no and Guifr each .
' I'aint'r T.i othr i)rr.nmcntal Jt ranches, each ,
J I?-ar.l."incldir.ff water, twb, lodging,
i '.I'h'si.iid attendance
it j oo ,
111 111 I
. - , .. , - r mf,,,t, . or per
m Conveyance to ard fi'o'.n I ei . t
' Uoitr.lere will he ie.pv.red t pnv
. ,r.vr nd the reminder of all
1 CJ j
titty dollars t.i 1
charges at h
' of eiich S-K-p.
Sl.j-.TKRr -!: fl'.n. !
;-..',v "7 -l
CORRECTED EVERY WtEK BT JOHN D. TLAUTT A CO.
Apples, dried, per hu
Bacon, harns, " lb
clear sides "
" ribbed " " 20
" shoulders ' 13
Brandy, apple, f gal 80.
" p-aeh 6,00.
': french 13,00.
Eecswax, lb 25.
Coffee, Kio K. SO.
" Laguira, .
Corn, 1 bu
" Ileal Vbu
1,35. . 1,50
20 ... 25
Go ... . 40
. . . . 10,00
132'. . 14
1,00 ... 1.50
1,35. . . to 2,50
. . . . 2.50
. 1 .25
1,50 . . -J.00
. '. 0,00
17 . 20
C,o0 ... 0,00
12;?- . 15
2.50 . . 2,50
1,00 . . 1,25
3,Oo , . 3..V)
05 . . 75
5,00 . . . rt,i0
4.50. .. 5,OQ
Candles, Star, light weight," "Ib
" Tallow, " lb
Dyes Indigo ) oz.
" bladder j lb
Flour, superfine. y bbl.
" Extra Fine
" Blue Grass
" Nail Rod
Lard, good, "- lb
Molasses, "it gallon,
" Syrup t? gallon,
Mackerel, No. 1 Kit, . . . .
( it o .i
Nails, f) lb
Oil, Lard, y gallon,
Potatoes, Irish, t buseel
" sweet "
I'owder, good, "(.J lb
Peaches, Dried, -t bushel
Siuar, Brown ? lb
" Crushed and powe'ered ? tb
Starch, V lb
Spirits Turpentine, "J gallon,
Tar ft gallon, ...
Tallow, V lb
Tea, Imperial, ) lb
Vinerar; cider, i gallon, .
Whisky, common "
i; Bobertson, " . . .
White Lead, t 2.3 lb Keg, ....
NASHVILLE MAR KEFS.
ato. 2, 60-
-CA.lll.KLI.LY roKRJCTEl EVERY WEEK.
Cooton 2T("J'J Bacov, hog round, He.
IfCUAR, N Orleans. ISic'd"; ribbed sides 21c
" j'orto rico l ie' lTJi'; " clear ' 22e
" Cuba lr-eJo.1.; I " phoulders 17.e"
: eoifje A. lst.,(f 19 i " hams, r-uin, 22e
" F., lsje ls-i-i " caiivased e
" " t; extra 17( Is Fi.ousupcrfine $?,50
" " li yelow 1 ih .17 p-ctra elf0
Coli'ee, fair to good 2tci,;27! " family 106' lo!.-o
' pood to prirnn of " fawv'froin 12 to :;ho'
" pr. tochoice:3o(,r5-ii fjorn, choice- white '."
Pekds. clover fi.O-'e'M.eO, u '1Ue:il " l.'.'O
' timothy 4.."o Hay. prime timothv 22.o.l
hungarian 2.25 ; . hungarian
uu.e gru.-s ,.' blue grass
VLL pcrsi 'lis having claims against t he estate of
John II. Boren, dee'., are hereby notified to tile
them with the Clerk of the. County Court of Law
rence county, Tesm., 011 or before the 1st day of Jan
uary, l-!7. authenticated as the law directs, for a
pro rata distribution of said estate, or the same will
be forever barred. Whl. -N. iUILLKX,
julv 27, 15ij'j--K administrator.
County Court Lawrence County.
James F. Walker, adm'r., vs.
Williatn L". Walker and others.
TT ap)iearing to me from the Petition of petitioner,
which is sworn to. that Yv'iUiam K Walker, Mary
F Sharp, William Sharp and Uohert Sliarp are non
residents of the State of Tennessee. sv that the ordi
nary process of law cannof.be served on them, it is
tl creloe or-lere.l by me, Clerk of tlie county court
ot Lawrence eouuty, that publication be made in the
Pulaski Cfrfn, a newspaper published in the town
of Pulaski, Tenn.. for four successive weeks, requir
ing the raid defendant to appear before the county
court ot Law renee county a1: the court house In Law
rence burg: on Monday the-d eluy of September next,
then and there to plead, answer or demur to said
Petition, or the same will bo taken for confessed as
to them and set for hearing ex-parte.
' jnly 27 -t 1 S. A. CARUELL, clerk. '
Attachment Notice. -
Siim'l. 1. Edminston vs. J. M. Moore.
IN this cause it app'-nring to me from the alidavit j
of plainti 11V that the defendant fs.jutly indebted
to him in the stun of ninety-eight Dollars, and all j
legal interest thereon, pnd that the said P M Moore I
is anon-resident of tins State of Tennessee. And it
fu rt her appearing to mo t hat ai'ldav it has been made
and b ind eiven us lcojuired by law in attachment
vises, and that the yrit of attachment has been is
sued, and In s boeii duly executed and returned by a
lawful (.llieer, qualified to execute and return, for
Lawrcnco county, Tenn., upon the property of the
taid 1! M Mcore. It is theref.-rj ordered that the
s;ii-l defendant, li M Moore, appear befure me at my
otlicein the town of I. awrcncubiirgton the ldthdav
of Aug'ist r.ext. and plead to and -1. -fetid this suit, or
the fame mill be taken fur confessed as to him, and
set for heariugex-partc. It is further ordered that,
a copy of this order lie published in the Pulaski
''.'.'..( . a newspaper published in Pulaski, Tenn.,
ur si.ctes.-iv Weeks.
Iv b", 15
Petition to Sell Land.
Thomas M. Scott and others, vs.
jcnn j . Keiiv an -1 others.
TT Kppoartnir to nio Iron, the petition of tic- Peti- ,
Honor w hi eh i sworn to, that t he mi nor de f. nd- '
nut John T. Kelly in a rmn-re-iderit of the State of
Teiith.-sseo, or that his rt'sider.o is unkimwn, so
that the or-Hnary prooe-s of law cannot he .-arve I j
oil htiM tt r !..-t'or. ..r.Ur.i.l I.- i . i l't,,.t. .1. ,
j --.i ,11.11, tti-.ivi- i , i-, mv , V i I IV l'l LII'..
I 'ouiity Court ''if Lawrence, county, that ubIication '
j be made in tlie Ful isUi i.'itiz'H- a ncw.-vpaper ub- j
j lished in Pi. laski. 'icrn.. fur four sueccssie weeks. '
i reijuiriiej the s.iid deleiulant ti appear before the i
'ounty C. art t.f Lawrer.ce eounly'. at the Court j
House in the. tfwn of La wre!ie-burr, on Monday
! the 0th day ol'Atit-v,4 ne.yt, then am! there to plea 1 j
I answer or demur to nii'd petition, or the same will j
; be taken for conti.-sed as to him, ami set f r hoar-
irg tx-T.arte. S. A. CAKKELL. 1
! July H. Is.'im. Clerk. '
,ONK w ith neatnes- nnd disrTteh. r.t the we 1-
kiiown Carding Machine of A. ). IVirmn.-
north-cast eio ner of Ltiwrence county, Tenn.
TJIH'IS.- l hite wool 15c .Mixed 22?-;'c.
SI 300 ci v w fere
I..KI A e wa:,t As ,-nts cv-
ere to sell our imi-icotko ' Sew
ing .Maclnnes. liree new kimis. I r. ier and uppe r
Iced. Ser.ton trial. Warranted five yarr. Above
fca'.at v or larcre eomtnisfi'ins paid. The osly nia-chin.-s
soivl in the United States for less then - J ),
which are f aVv licf'-fl lj H-ut. W'hrrhr Witt m .
(ir rr a- Jialtr. Si'xsr f- i.. nml llurhtld.r. A'l
other cheap machines are iitfrinyinnt and tlie -!-Ir
or tirer are liiVeio arrrtt . J; nr ej',d impr ;.. nunt.
4 i lu.-t rated eirer. is rs sen t fm , Add ress. or call upon
Miaw & Clark, at liid-ii ford, Maine, or Chicago, 111.
ir.lv --o isw 1 v
C-OH -V MONTIl:-
AGLNTS wanti.fl for rir en
, m.-t re.t. Add r-.i O. T.
John D. Flactt,
ITuoh F. F.wino.
John D. Flautt & Co,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Gr XS- O S3 S ,
Have Always on Hand a
FULL AND COMPLETE
STOCK O? EVERYTHING
la Our Line.
KENTUCKY CIDER MILL,
AVlic rtt THKESHEItS
REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES
MO LA :
SIM HITS TUKFENTINL,
- TANNKIfS OIL,
FLOUR of all Grados,
ALMONDS and other Nut-,
SOAl'S. Fine and Common,
ENG. LI CAK1L SODA,
DYE: STUFFS all kinds,
Champasne Wine, CPure;
Golden Catawba, "
We would call attention to our. stock of
Hardware & Cutlery.
Our stock will be found to om'jraoe a general as
sortment of the be.-t brands and improved patterns of
Wagon Makers' and
M'p inite t'ne attention of Saw Mill owner to our
I , ANJ FILES,
of the very liest Fhg'!.-h Brr.nds. An.', the atten-
tion of sportsmen jii I others to our
Double Barrel Guns
genuine Kngdsh make. A good assortment of
COLT'S OLD STYLE REPEATERS
sniTii w i. .-son's ih'.ass c Ai'.Tiiim. k ri.-roi.s,
r I .1 T
gold make; Cartridges mid Ca p- of a!i kinds.
Wo.steriholm's Genuine Pocket Cutlery,
Samrr.-n Goodnon iVCo's Table Cutlery,
Sprar & Jackson's and Henry Diston's
We have also a huge number of
ICOGIvS fc HINGES,
' Lull i Porter sself-faste
! the inn. roved I..nblc S:
ng witalow tliuttor Iling-.
I iloi.ksand Ilin'-s W -ut'l.t.
1 Y"eean hirni.sh YVoodrough it MePai lin's make ol
i Oircuilnr iSrtAvs
' ut their iist prices with lo percent added.
: Plow Moulds of at! kin Is. P.irdweH'- C-ittr-n Sweep
I and S.-ra ers, Hall, Moore Miller's Cast Plows,
' Chains. c.'e ppril 0
Bellows, Anvils, Vices,
IV AILS, IItt3
Horse nurl TXIviKi Sliocs,
horse shoe nails,
Povder, Shot and Caps,
-lyK will suy to tLe i-c.-phi 'I U.w cuiiutw t!nt we
' intend t-i keep on hand tile ltvriest and bt-st
STOCK OF GROCERIES
ever i.roujbt to this m
mined to oiler to vo'l a-
rii.t, v. i.Kii we are (.. lr
hcv us thev can l.e sold.
JIavinz ma.le arrangements that uill nahle us to
Compete with the Nashville Hirket,
t inrit ''' to call nod exmi-ue our stocks. Wv
'oeiievc youcpn sr.'n bvtb tine n-l ri'.i.n 1 y pur
chatin,; f.-om c..i ;n- ! -t'i-o.e .- jy ircm .-r.-':.
in '.'S . "'i - 1 . ,T t I'l iril l i"
ch- r. KZ LL,
Johu P. Ezell & Co
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods,
Hardware Queensware and Glass-Ware,
HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES.
East Side cf the Public Square,
" PULASKI, TENN.
OURoId fri.-nds and the publie generally are res
pectfully invited to give us a tall. apr 13
NEW GROCERY HOUSE.
Gilbert, Kerr & Smith,
N. E. COE. PUB. SiUAKK,
(One Door North oi Messrs Shaekieford iv; Fright.)
FA YETTKYI J.I.I', TEJiX.
e have on hand now a full and complete Ktoek of
C Consisting of everything usually kept in our line,
and which we oifer to the public at tlie
Without enumerating, we saj to aii that we are
prepared to supply allotyour wantninour line, and
simply ask you to examine our extensive stock and
see for yourselves.
may 13-Gm GILBERT, KF.P.R it SMITH.
j. r. MAY.
t. c. oonnoN-
A. E. ilAY. !
Slay. Gordon & May,
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods,
READY-MADE CLOTHING, II ATS,
Boots, Shoes, Hard, Queens & Glass-ware,
Westside Publie Sqnsirc, near Tennessee House,
"lirilEKE they will at all times be ploasnd to P(
their friends and the I'lij iic generally, janlj
Livery and rSale Stable,
I TAKE pleasure in saving lo the publico, that mv
commodious Livery ."stable on Miiin Street north
of the public, square is now well supplied with the
Best cf Harness and Saddle Horse.?
Gosling IJnguies, nice Carriages af'-ntive and ne
commudating Ostlers, stn.l p-lenty of pr-'Vender.
will oeeasionally be on hand for a hoys,, swap. A
man may get either a ride, a drive, a teed or a trade.
Cari intre and Horses per day,
Horse and Luff. v "
" " "half da v
" " short drive
Saddle Horse 13 day
Bugiry Harness without. Horse
Bugiry Horse without Buggy
Feeding Horse sinjrle feed
" I'Cr day 1 o11, per month
', ' oo
march J."-Jy .) ,
W. II. UALLENTINi:,
Ilalientine & EzelK
DRY GOODS and GROCERIES,
South ca.-t Corner Public J.tqu.-ii -.
HAVIN( associated thon-i-lvi-., in luisinc- ten
der tbci r kindest, regards to their old remem
bered fiiends and putrons, and invito attention to
the fact that they now prepared to do
zsioiu: and iii:rrri;n
by them than they ever did iu other a-i.d Lett' r days
Our stock eii.vtf j par'ly cf. the f.li" -v'l.g :
GENT'S rURinSHING GOODS,
And an endless variety, ernbraeinsr
ETerything" Kept in a Variety Store.
(iivc r.s a call, Mid we will try to pb-a.-': y-i.
j-n J1.. 11a lll ti M. & K.K1.1..
IMPROVED THRESHING IIACHIJIE.
T7Klmvc munnfaeture 1 a lar'.i number of th-se
maid, ino within th? last f-!-v. r. . ;.rs. arid for
their working qualities, they are H-.pcrior to ai.y
ma :r,c introdiv ed in tbe market. We u!o I limn
f.ictr.re Power with coni.'-r Shaft f rdrii iijreof.'.ii
ins. We invite the n't- ntioii of f.rnier t- an cx
i.rninatioii of our iuw bine !iit,re puii. ha-iry clsi;
where. .T. Xi- uoi.soN . M i'n,t ,,, tm . r, t,ui''jti-i
WILK1NXJN .V WElili. A-r.ts.
jane-"n. l'uli-i.i, Tei.c.
Sam. C. Mitchell & Co.,
House Carpenters & Joiners,
VLK prepared to do all w ork in tb.-i r li w utnlnrt
notice iiud in tbe most nprov.-d h'vc-.
Window sh. Liin J.-.-ii.d lJu-jrs riiad'- ' .ord.iii.t.
the bis-i, of prici-.
FUNERAL UN DERTA KING .
W.. i.-e prc-.r-d ) fi"-ov- -.. -, f ,." Wtr.'l
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
South-east Corner of the Public Square,
(kzell's old corner,)
PULASKI, : : : TENN.
YITEaro daily recti vhii and pp-idug our lurga
and elegant .-t.vk of
Spring Summer Goods
WHICH WE 8KLL
iowor tlit-ui the J.oAve.f-
Our ftock eoiisists in part of Culi'-os.and Pom en -t'e
goods of all descriptions, French and EnirUsb
Merinos ot all colors, and all other stylet,.
'ff AND FASHIONABLE
Cloaks and Shawls, Ifats, Boot9 and Shoes,
And a great many other goods t oo numerous ti
mention. . YVc call jiar'ienlar attention to our largo
and Well Sekvted stock of
which we arc .. i!i:ig to compete it h 'asli il'e pri -priee-i.
We hIso cail attention to our ne stock of
GENT'S. rURNISHING GOODS,
eoiisisuuir i.t Full Bosom ijhirU, Linen Pbii U. Un
der Shirts, Irnwers. Cravata, Susj.cuders, Collarh;
In fact a complete line of
I Wts take great peMsiire in announcing to tlie in
I habitants ol Pulaski ntid vicinity, that we hsve He -;
cured the sei ices of Mr. ('harku V.'. Smith, gn-
tlcmati well known to the residents of iJiles county,
j v ho will always be pleased to see, and wait in, hU
old friends and former customo.!.-,.
THE FINE A UTS.
The Elite Art Gallery,
O TEN ED IN' PULASKI, TENN.
VPlIOTOGKAPIIEi: who n;l. rtt.inJ h! h,un.t. ,
(from North of intsvMle. Madison Co., Ala., ,
has opened his Jt'inu Ait (hillory in 1'ulai.ki, ami
very respectfully tenders his snrvi.-es to the gonr
ous and en lightened people of Giles.
Size. Coloring, etc.
In tiiis Celebrated Lstublishment are mtid.i t iosn
beautiful pictures of hrr;i Sihh, and of All Size;,
from Life-size to he smallest Piner-H ntr-Min1a
ture, aid so olh-cantly colored in Oil, that the Hair,
Lyes, Complexion and Lxpreshiori can be so well
j.i e -er ed by tbe Artit-t that th'i Likeness is at ortoij
identified us y almost ) living creature. '
Thesj 1'ortri.its arr-. Kich. (omj-li to and Leauti
f-'l. Tlicy can be hichiy colored And given a deli
cacy of corny. lexion not possessed by th Knirvst
Lady, or ev ti the Pure Alabaster Whiteness of a
Lain.'. In it)ji rcj"' i oidy are there likenesses Ibit -tciing
". t;f the myriads of picture. taken in the
various styles of art, the '"Pearl" is unquestionably
the prettic t and most remarkably Lifo-Ji!:o Por -trait
tho wrld ever paw. It is Lieant.
Photographs, Vignetts, Cartes de Visile, etc.
Taken in t!,e ia'cst. most popular an 1 approved
styles kr.own to th- art of Sjn-dra wir.g. .Iy j.ro
j diictions f all .t tier kirn's known t- tli profession,
' will also compare favorably with any I b-i i owraphic
. specimens ol' A 1 1 in cbri st emloui . ( Hetice you fee
' the folly of expenditure on railroads and at liotcls--
lo.-t time ai. l risk of lifj to distant cities or foreign
; eo'.uiti ins ) Tliey liavo lb middle tints- ate iiicli
! in tone. Complete in detail, Hold in feature, and a
I to tinish and lurability, there is no !,uesti' n of tU-it
j Superb ri'.y.
! OLD PICTULE.S, Ere.
i of any kind copied toanvsizp. I 1 t k. pi. t.i rci
j of i ii'li i duais . ir. JIoro-1'a'-k or in linii..i, I'lav"
j in:? at 'lanns, .ioups, and S bools, lleticls in 1,'m
! f u ni. .Masons and dd Fe!J'w in Kealia, tc, -t nd
i ilored, if ie-ired, by th'j ia'-t Aceom plished
i Aitist in tl.'.- country.
z?r M 0 N E Y jy
i It' Ca.-h is pal i in advi r.ee. for pkturen i.ot good,
: they shall b.j re- taken, or the amount A'.t ;i did.
1 Warrant livery Picture and Cuartinli r
' Satisfaction to Kvery Cuit"iiter, or 1Ip.Uc N'o
i Chili it p.
j IMPORTANCE OF PICTURED.
i If yon want llk-nc-ses for your frietids nd rel
I fives, come at on-e, for si'kric.ss or omo other
j hid len inocster may torvcrd';baryon from another
opportunity so favorable. It in a fr!iilij to havo
i 1. -: r.ri -s o( di-n '.ro-s whether ve v.! them ajaia
o- r,.-t. Tb. s0 little K. tpsaJic-i are .ar,V Many
I who rend this wii! t' s.i:'y to tht truth in then..- lines,
i for they, like myself, in this respect, )' el and have
! f It the want of miniature to recall the feature of
dor brothers who fell in Hattle or wuro otherwise
! nrt:fi,,id upon '-he ait. r i our belovol South
i Pom; and i ca-jefu re-.olh ttjous t-. theij prceivu
; Hues. Colors, Dressing, &c.
I White. Gray and P.lm.k, tafco w. g. and r.lnek.
i i rimson, rai.'e, lit'f-vz.. Green and deep PeJ,
j ta ac Uar iC .
! Mnifi-nta, Viiiow, l ink, Purple, and Cine, take
i i . l . t .
! (.'I . - k. 1 tn l KloA tr.-d p.ciH take well enough,
j iJarti Irupery U ( rather; most pleasing.
I . PRICES.
f-L-raphs, t " rr df.7.; 3. per half do.
!-. 12. tloar.d 1) ari'cc.
tl.er pi -tf:rPs at variom rates.
loji.;c pii-.o tor tut i children.
WILLIAM CO PI. P., Naslivi:le,Tvnu.
W. P. MLi:PIIi', Madi.vn Co., Ala.
La ::t-t an J (i!r.ti:rn:ti are invi'cd to,; i.Oi.5ol:LB
lp t-:-s. pr;.-i.Iy Ev.t f.f the Court ilcus.
'-T.- p., r,,f.j;i..
' f' MTTT IV.
lice to ln-'UT itfi niici'S".
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