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, The lopleof Oils city and tlie adjoining
country hav , just been thrown into an uu
nsuaV suite of. excitement by tlM announce
ment that the regiment ' now stationed
her Is to he removed,' and that the city
is tq lie garrisoned exclusively by negroes- Wej
run hardly believ tbat Ilia military authorities In
land to perpetrate snch an uncalled for outrage and
insult upon this comminity as this would be.
In the nam of the people of Clarkiville and of
Montgomery county, who hare done nothing to
justify moh treatment, and In the name of decency
nnd humanity, we protest in advance again 10 cruel
nn insult. .No one enn sec nny good reason why
this community should I watched by any sort of
troops, still leas why they should bo put'uudcr'the
power and domination of negroes. There is not a
s'hjb of resistance to lav, no symptoms of disorder
nnywhere in this section of country. Every one
appears ' to accept the bloody arbitrament Just
made, and . are willing to see the wares of civil
war subside at the carl rest possible moment. We
believe that each and alt honestly desire that the
county shall resume the condition of perfect peace,
nnd if this if true it is certainly a very unwise
imlicy which would continue to thrust exos(era
titms and especially Huch as are-unendurable, under
their very noses. Our people arc content, if the
Government has no other place to put them, to
have white troops quartered here, but the idea of
being turned over to negro mle makes the blood
run cold, nnd If persisted in will cause it to boil
with indignation.' Something is certainly due to
the feelings of this people. The majority of them
have been loyal, and concerning the greater por
tion of the rest an amnesty has been proclaimed
and accepted. Tliey hare never been accustomed
to regard the negro as an equal, and look upon him
with horror in the position of a snperior. They
may stifle and smother their wrath in the presence
of Federal power, but will they love a government
which thus scoffs at their prejudices and tramples
upon them in their wenkness? We think not. Js
it wise to disregard the irradicahle sentiments of a
jwoplc, or to make them feel that they are hnrail
iated nnd debased ? Will such a course 'give strength
to the (ovcrnmcnl or contentment to the people?
Most assuredly not. It is not in the nature of
freemen to love the hand that smites them, or to
feel respect for power which docs not hesitate to
oppress. . ' '
, Wo do sincerely hope tlut tho ularin which is
felt on. this subject by this entire community may
linve no better foundation than idle rumor, and
that the military authorities do not design what is
reported of them...,
Tho military authorities here, we learn, have
linve given up Stewart College buildings, and
grounds to tbo trustees of the institution. Dr.
Wnrdlaw, aided by competent instructors, wilt at
once open tliu institute, and will do all that schol
nrslilp; experience in teaching, and a determined
purpose can do to build up and sustain a first-rate
pshool fur boys in our city. As the College build'
ings have been very much injured while in posses
sion of tho military, we hope the Government wilt
make such repairs on them ns will restore them to
something like the condition they were in when
they passed from the hands of the trustees. Such,
we understand, is the course generally pursued in
the case of public property injured dnring tho mil
tary occupancy throughout the Plate.
' Bf. Maj.-Gen. Thomas has reverely reprimanded
Itlnckburn and Quin, fur their cowardly, brutal
nnd unofficcr-likc attack on the Confederate Gen
eral Wheeler, and informed them both, in plain
terms, that he would have them both tried before
n court martial, if they had not been mustered out
of the service
B$uTho National Tobaovo Fair is to meet at
louisville, on next Wednesday. The State Agrlcul
tural Fair of Kentucky will be in session nt the
Fair Grounds near Louisville at the snmo time,
BSi.Col. Isaac II. Hawkins, recently elected to
Congress from West Tennessee, was Colonel of the
7 th Tennessee cavalry, so long stationed in Westorn
Kentucky, nnd was captured at Union City, by
Foi rest's guerrillas, in the. siring of '64.
Tiik New York correspondent of tho Philndel
tilii Imi'itrer says of the Collecto rshiii of New
"Tiii office is supposed to be the mwt lucrative
0110 within the giftot the President. Simeon Dra
per is understood to have realised from it in an en
tirely legitimate way nearly a hundred thousand
dollar in less than a year. In ordinary times it is
worth ulxmt thirty thousar.d a year."
JraJ' David Cunningham, negro, nnd one of the
original John Brown raiders, died at Rochester one
day last week. He was hurled in the Potter's Field,
nenr that city, "unhonored and unhung." The
f-oynl Leaguers ought to erect a monument over
Ilia remains perhaps they will. .V. 1. Day Hook.
As overland correspondent of the Lenvenwortb
Tiout, dated at Fort Ilallctk, August Ttli, writes
that the overland stnge coinuiny bad taken oft all
their horses on the Silt l.ake route, in consequence
nf Indian troubles, and the mails were being car
ried by tiovernment teams. He spenks of numer
ous robberies and brutal murders by tho natives;
in one case most brutally killing a Gorman, his
wife, the vouncett children, and carrying off a
daughter of sixteen. He says that his party of
twenty, well armed, had kept the savages at bay,
and Inspired them with wholesome fear They re
pulsed an attack by four hundred by a skillful use
nt tilt ir carbine. -
4Tiihv are growing cotton in Missouri. The St,
Louis Ki-pulUUoH of Ilia 1st inst. savs: 'Messrs.
lMwfou k Fink, of New Madrid, have scut us a
lion specimeu of cotton, ot this season s growth,
picked out of a lii lJ of an bundled and thirty-five
acres hieh they hav under cultivation. Picking
u to commence about the loth of Septcmlirr, and
It the tall prove to tie a late one, they exiect to
secure an excellent crop. The surrounding conn
try lia many farms in cutlon on which there uie
fields of one hundred acres or in, ire, and all in
proim.siug condiiiou. The corn crop i also a heavy
uuc in the same region.
Tin oldest printer m the South is said by the
(Wkflt iTrxul Oud Nunelo be now reaidimr
imar lint nlneo. ills nam is W. V. TunatalL and
I... uiii li elilitv vhh old. (In-r niW.fiva
vean Mio be rullnhj' the Teiintiyu-e Gazette, at
i tm -
Thud is a reason for cren thine. A voting fel-
low in Kariiiieail. New Hampshire, cut. bit" throat
the othei d iv Ihtbihc be waj coin? to Iks munie.l.
A tvom,ui is S:n .! : isc'o drowuix) hevjelf be-
i:i't-i :l' n il g"!l'.: In ''i lliinii-i.
, We see tlt a rcecting of the Southern news
paper editors if proposed to be convened at Atlanta,
shortly, to discuss such measure as may lead to
restore the old freedom of tee press. The removal
of these trammels that now fetter a free and out
spoken utterance of the , Southern mind, is a
"consummation most devoutedly to be wished."
Why, wt cannot now write npon any topie,
without suddenly and violently reining np our dis
cursive thought before the apparition of the do
fitnet "Confederacy," with one forefinger pressed
to her Woodless Hp In warning silence, and the
other pointing to gibbets, bastiles, Dry Tortugas,
kc. We cannot touch upon the claims of any
candidate for oar political suffrages, without an
exceeding tender-fbotedness, when such claims are
based npon opposition to the " powers that be."
We cannot express our sense of the injustice of an
oppressive legislature, without being suspected of
a lukewarm loyalty. We must be extremely mod
erate even in the pool tribute of a tearful regret toJ
the fallen Febel soldier and friend, lest the altar
npon which he sacrificed bit life, rather tbsn the
warmtb of friendship be deemed the usurpation of
our homage, we cannot even protect wlln our
pen the noble women of the South, from the foul
slanders and aspersions of sectional rancor and
njustice. It would, indeed, be a pleasure, to be
coveted, to lift the veil of misrepresentation, be
ilnd which they teem fiends of hate and malice to
the Northern eye. Thus lifted, the sternest re
venge could not but weep to see those angel facet,
index's oi all that it sweetest and purest in
womanhood, wearing the anguished expression of
hearts broken, with the unutterable agony of a
sacrifice, tbo sublimest the world ever taw, made in
vain. ... -
The South is charged with indifference to the
tragic fate of Jefferson Dnvrs; yet what rebel
would be permitted now. to plead for bit once
chosen leader. , No matter w ho might yearn to say
that the fearless heroism and signal ability, with
which he upheld the flag of a gallant? straggling
but doomed people, before the surging hosts of its
foes, plead eloquently to the manliest sympathies of
his heart for the agony of an intrepid spirit,
crushed and captive ; or to say that a dauntless
tout overwhelmed by misfortune was a aptctac'.e in
life's sod drama, over which tho God s themselves
do weep te had better not say any inch thing if
lie don't desire an admonition, may be in the shape
of an arrest, that bis portrait of so notorious a Rebel
Mr. Davis, is altogether two flattering. So
don't understand, gentlemen,, that the foregoing
outlines of Mr. Davis' likeness are from our pencil.
We wouldn't utter such sentiments to brick wall,
of several feet thickness, much. less to the public.
In fact, we may say that we utterly disgust Mr.
Davis, and wouldn't abuse a dog with to vile
name as Jeff. We only suggest hit preference to
show what glowing paragraphs we could indite, if
we were only "let alone," as he wished to be, but
was'nt very much.
The editors vocation it ever irksome drudgery
to an elastic intellect or fancy, but environed as
it now is, in the South, by such cramping fetters
one might as pleasantly tug a stone up and down
hill, like Sysiphus of old, at plod up and down
ttie weary columns of hit paper. Even in local
sketchings we must keep our humor well in band,
lest it tresspass upon forbidden ground. We can't
moke free of anybody now but Rebels so watch
out, you poor rebs. We shall have the satisfaction
of the Irate wife, that giro her dog h I. if the
couldn't whip that bigger dog her husband.
We do hope, after a while, that we may be
allowed to express our opinion of all men and
measures, whether they be loyal or disloyal, and
may be, after a long probntion of good behavior,
wo can say a negro is not so enormously superior
to the white man after all To onr poor compre
hensions it secerns the most utter and complete of
nil subjugations, to chain the expression of a peo
ple's thought as well as their actions. The ttcrn
mandate of a mistaken policy warns back our ear
nest thought from- any outbreak into sincere and
manly utterance. Why should this be so? In
craving full freedom for the Southern Tress, we do
not desire any latitude beyond the limit of the
Constitution. Let us learn to love the Govern
ment to which we liavc been forced to submit, by
tho time hallowed Republican prerogative
openly opposing what we deem unfair and unwise
legislation. So long as we are loyal to the Gov
crnmcnt, why not let us oppose tbo acts of those
of its agents, whom we contemn ? For God and
Humanity's sake, Messrs. Aulhontus, let us South'
em editors, at least, say what we feel and think
upon any nnd all topics, to that our papers can be
We promise, for ourselves, personally, several
gratuitous puffs of our worthy " Uncle Sam," if
he will only let us d n some of his mean
uepbews to onr heart's content. If he won't let
us denounce those who have always been loyul,
whenever we think they deserve it, let us, at least,
cuss and discus those quan-diria Rebels, who have
forsaken the South, in her hour of trial aud suf
fering, now refreshing it would be, if tre were
permitted to do so, that such men as Henry
Koote, who now councils the South' to advocate
negro suffrage nnd equnlity, from tho base hope of
a tienonal pardon, and, perhaps, future political
fuur with the dominant party, deserve to bo made
ierpetunl synonymes for whatever is vilest in bu
man nature, If their abilities were not too uttorly
contemptible, ever to merit nn immortality of
We do hope this Convention of Southern Editors,
if it ever convenes, may accomplish -something
towards unfettering the press, and so we heartily
bid it God speed.
Till region around Canton, Mississippi, is said to
be infected with horse thieve and cotloa thieves,
so that no one ran he down at mglit assured of th
security of his proerty. Tlio thieves are general
ly men from dutntit suites, left behind on the dis
bondmont of the urmlos. A force is aluut beiug
organised to meet this evil.
NriaLT ten thousand acres of land have been
leased to colored people near Virkiburg this year,
nnd most or it is under successful cultivation.
Two and a half millions of national currency were
issued to lliexanki last week.
It appe'.r.. from the last annual report of horse-
railroads in New York, there are in that city 273
miles of single track, the average cost of wliich
was (60,000 per mile, or th aggregate of 19,310
000. Only five of the nineteen ompanic enu
me rated pay dividends, and th average Is only
three per cent.
It is stated that R. M. T. Hunter, of Virginia
. H 1 C.t ,.t-ia- n.,r i n EWl lnnDlrl
aks for release, w ith the privilege ( leaving the
A mono the prlxo offered at the great shooting
festival in Germany are a w aitrutm watch,
Spriugfield rifle, and an American buggy.
A arrival from Port Royal brings newt of the loss
of IU I niteu Btate steamer iooimooor aicuou
ough. She sprung a leak and foundered during
Bale at sea. ou the twenty-third instant, th crew
. having barely time to escape in boats when she
isuuk. Th crew arrived at New York by the Uni-
ted btate tieauier Donegal.
Ciiicauo it is said, is at th merer of the rat
hMi luteal the largo cranaries of that locality
In many portion ol the city th fouudations of
the largest buildings are mined by the rats, and ar
,i: li.iager of I'l'.lie.
fOSYEITION OF KDITOIS.
B. ' Johuson is sojourning la Bat
Gs. Mansfield Lovell U
on of th editor of
the New York Ncwl. -
Tm report that nfl the colored troop are to "be
mustered out of service I Incorrect. . . . . r ,
Ho. G. H. Teaman, formerly member of Cbn-
gret from Kentucky, has been appointed Minister
A dispatch from Washington dated th Itrth Inst.
ys the President pardoned Tbos. A. Evans, of
nasnvuie, on tnai any.
Titan hundred hale of cotton were consumed
by fire at Selma Ala, on the 22d. inst. Supposed
10 oe me wora or an incendiary.
Tn New York llm& has private advice from
ngland that th defect in th Atlantic Cab! wa
intentional and caused by a rival contract tor the
Tin Mnrfreesboro Monitor tart the cron tn Rnth-
erford hav been very seriously damaged by the re-
Th Springfield i'Msss1 KnmlUean cnlls
me rreeamans nnreau to send competent colored
women 10 me ortu for kitchen help.
Tn Louisvill Democrat estimate that over ,!.
two imvet nav crossed over the Ohio river, under
uen. ralmert passes, since the 1st of May. At
this rate the whole (lave population of Kentucky
in -pan mi; in less man one vear.
A Liaot mcetlnsf of the oldest n?nir nf t
fouche, La., was recently bald, when they resolved
to quit trying to raise sugar. The report of their
committee argues that cotton ennnot ba raised with
the present labor force in the State, and they recom-
uicuu pmuiert 10 turn tncir attention entirely to corn
A Fatal disease somewhat resembling phnlera tn
notrs, prevails among me sneep in the northern sec.
lion 01 Monroe connty, Missouri. Lamb lively
and frisky in the morning are found dead in the
evening. One farmer hat lost thirty head from the
wcase, otners, in tue same ncitrhborhoori. a smnl .
BmnADitR General Mason, nost commandant i
Nashville, has issued a general order prohibiting
the enrrying of concealed weapons in the street of
V-. t ! II O I
nuuviue. oucn weapon are to De confiscated.
The military commander are to inspect the troop
uu quartern, ana 10 seixe an arm not authorized
in the equipment of the command. Thia nnW i
caused by the frequent late affrays and highway
Th Kingston Sail Trnntrtttan renorts that fmt
isucu mat region on me morning of the 24th Inst.
Thi Atlanta paper (peak in clowlncr terms of
ma uuninee prospect ot mat city. JUacon and
Augusta papers, however, mention the glut of good
"o iuuc aim uie icarciiy Ol DUIluingS tuit
blc for business purposes.
GovtiKoa Holdcn, of North Carolina has issued
second proclamation' dated at Ralelch on the nth
ult, appointing Thursday, tho 21st of Sentcmher.
for an election to be held throughout the State, to
mouse one ounareo. ana twenty delegates to a con
vention wnicn is 10 meet al KaJeigh, on Slonday,
MIC d Of VAiowr. -
Th Franklin JTmr r : We underaiund
that about forty persons, of Giles count v. bavin
liccn declared outlaws by the milicary authorities,
nave been snot down or banged with in the but
Uania an order of Gen. Stoncman, all while vol
unteer troops In Tennessee are to be mustered out
between this nnd the first of October,
Thb number of men now remaining in the Reu
iar army, including omccrs, doe not exceed forty
Om hundred and eighty-eix Southern post offices
were reopened last week, ana one thousand and one
hundred miles of small routes let,
Rt rewashing the dirt from which cold has been
once extracted, negroes are said to be making two
or tnree uoiirrt a oay in tne &ortu Carolina gold
A Tii.eobam from Waehlneton announces that
the trial of Jefferson Davit will take place before a
United State Circuit Court, but the particular one
iias nut jet wva ucBignaiea,
Thi Attorney General hat notified Gov. Piemont
uni tue ciaim agents, paraon Drokers, lawyers and
other middle men delay rather than accelerate the
getting ot claims and pardon.
As interesting trial took place in Ravenna. Ohio.
last week under the Ohio liquor law. A returned
soldier named Greer, while in a state of intoxica
tion, was robbed of $102 by some unknown per
son. jus wire orongnt suit for damages acra inst
me snioon keeper wno sola Dim the liquor, aud ob-
uiiucu m tenjici lu uer lavor OI f 14U
Tiia Raleigh Pronrtt gives the following cure
for a felon : "At soon as the part bee ins to swell, tret
tut) tincture oi luOcha and wrap ttie part atiected
nuu ciuiu saturatea tnorougniy wun tincture, and
tho felon is dead. An old physician tavt he has
known it to cure in score of coses, and it never
faili if applied in season.
The President pardoned a number to-dav. amonc
wnom are a. v. lancy, 01 Ala, and I U. rins.
ley, of Va. a former editor of the Richmond Dit
A large number of post offices In Tennessee have
been reopened, and postmasters for the same ap-
On the 2nd inst., Thomas Edward, infant ton of
Vt illiam and Louis lliwitt, of this county.
cep not, dear parents, for little Tommy, for he
is now au angel of light Preiiare to meet him,
where his eye will be brighter, hit tmile sweeter,
and where parting it unknown forever.
On the 10th 11IL. near Frederick Citv. Maryland
of Dypthcrin, Anna Lis, second daughter of A. L,
and II. E. Whit-iker, of this city aged 4 years, 10
monins anu 0 days.
To tbe Voters of the lit; of riarksvlllc.
Sq?" We are authorised to announco Mr. A
Raww as a candidate for City Marshal. Election
to take place October "th.
Sept 8, 1865-tde
13. We aro authorised to announce Mr. W,
Febsill as candidate for City Marshal. . Election
to take place October 7th.
Sept. 8, lPC5-tilo
JSgf We are authorised to announce Mr. A
Smith as a candidate for City Xlarth d. Klection
to take place Octolier 7th.
Sept. a, 1805-tde
Clarksville Money Market.
RATES OF PREMIUM AND DISCOUNT,
Corrttrd verily for Ckronitlt, by tk tt'ortlurn
limn of lameuet.
D. K. KkKxtiiT, Ves t, Jas. L. Glisn, Cask
John W. Faxon, Ttitr.
1 . 8. Treasury notes,. .' pBr
National Bank notes, M .Psr
Hank of the Union, Nashville, Teun, par
II i.iii 1. ti it; ;ti- . . .
uut-a iHina, nicMiiinviue, iennn fa
Northern Bauk of Tennessee, Clarksville, Par
All Kentucky Hank note, 1 to 5 per cent Discount
1 he following note are worth th figures annexd
nana or lennesaeeaua Branches, 1J to 18
40 to 42
40 to 45
10 to 26
Other Tennessee Bank notes,.
South Carolina, ,.
10 to 20
10 to 50
10 to 60
.10 to 20
Exchange, baring rates,
Exchange, selling rat-,.
10 to 10
.40 to 41 Prera.
.30 to 35 Prem.
14 per rent Dit.
1-4 per cent. Prem.
Ail nanx oi lennesse not issued In inal, or
j signed by G.C. Torbett, Prtident, ar unsaleable.
.atmt r. Noes a.
HORKBERGER & HOUSE. ;
Attorneys at X u v,
Office unstalrt ever Nixon's Store In old Rail.
road office. Kent S. '65-Ira
MRS. MARY E. WILCOX will commence the
instruction of a class . in Vocal and Instru
mental Music, at the residence of Mr. Clias. Faxon,
on siujLiAi ir,Ai .
Clarkjville, Tcnn, SepL 8, C5 tf
TUE CLARKSVILTiK CLASRIf Al ASD M.im-
K9ATICAL SlIIOOL, ,
mHK Rev. Dr. Wardlnw, Principal, aided by
JL competent assistants, will commence on MON
DAY, Sept 16th, In the College Building. This is
expected to be permanent Institution. Th
course of instruction thorough the term at usual
in Institutions of th kind.
Sept ,'& tf
ALL persons having in their possossion Desks,
Chairs, Forms, Blackboards, Books, ic b
longing to Stewart College, will please Inform the
undersigned, who' "has been authorised by the
Trustee to collect and re-plare the in the
building. T. DELACKY WAHDLAW.
r3ept i, 1805 St
WILL instruct a class of ten boys at my moth
er's residence, in this county, beginning MON
DAY, SEPT. 11th.
TxaKS Hoard (incclndlng washing) and Tui
tion per session, 20 weeks, $0 ia advance Stu
dents required to furnlvh lights and towels.
ept. 8, 1B05-3W' V. W. TYLER.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of SAMUEL
EDMONDSON, deceased, are requested to come
forward and make payment and all those having
claim against said estate are notified to present the
same, properly authenticated, within the time pre
scribed Dy law, or inry will oe rorever barred.
A ll, EBMO.XDKOX,
Sept 8, 'G5-31 Execwtor.
A GOOD LOCATION
Tor the Practice of Mcdlrlnt. e.
W ISHING-A CHANGE OF CLIMATE. MY
Farm, on which I now lire, is for sale. Said
Farm contains about TWO HUNDRED AND
FORTY ACRES; 100 acre cleared and the bal
ance well timbered. It is situated immediately on
tbe road from Clarksville to Dover, eight miles
from tbe finnr place. On the farm is good
Frame Dwelling, and all necessary out houses, tc
For term apply to tbe undersigned on the premises.
Sept. B, 63-tr . T. J. Hit AW, M. O.
TTAYrNG, on the 28lh of August 18CS, snggestM
AA tu umavrary of the estate of J. It. WOOD,
decenseil, ia the County Court of Montgomery
county, lenn. All persons having claims iigmnst
raid estate are hereby notified to appear and file the
ramo with the Clerk of said Court, authenticated
in the manner prcsrriticu by law, on or before the
15tb of December, 1865. This Mil of Sopt, 1865.
A. S. WOOD, Administrator
Sept 8, 'C5-4t of J. B. Wood, deceased.'
Liberal Reward Offered. .
LEFT George A. Bnskerv lie's, Sumner county,
Teun., od the 4th day ol Inst July, his insane
brother, WU. BASEEltYILLK. when he lea he
wns clad in blue pants, pray coat, and home-made
straw bat- His age Is about 50 years; stature six
feet; is of slender figure; bend ball; and indulge
a babit of smacking his mouth in a singular man
ner. Any person delivering the said in. Bosker
villc to John Parker, Esq, of Gallatin, Tenn or de
taining him and conveying information thereof to
the undesigned, will be liberally rewarded.
J. J. 1IIBUKTT,
Sept 8, "6S-tf Guardian of Wm. Bafkervill.
YALTA bLE , . , .
Christian County Farm For Salo I
J ILL BE SOLD ON THE PREMISES, TO
1 1 the highest bidder, on Tl'ESDAY, 10th Of
October ACXI, The impuoved farm belonging to
Joseph Major, dec ed. Said farm contains 500 Acres,
375 acres or which are cleared; also a detached
piece of woodland of some 37 norcs, on mile from
tho main tract This tract of land is situated 10
mile from Hopkinsville, Christian county, In the
heart of the best Tobacco region of Kentm-Ky, and
i convenient to landings on the lumlicrland river,
and to several good flouring mills. The improve
ment are of tbe first-class, consisting of a large
1WO-STORY BRICK DWELLING-,, with negro
quarters, (table and tobacco barns. Has a fine
spring of water convenient two cisterns, Ice-honse
and an orclutrd of yoong and well selected fruit" trees.
Persons wishing to purchase will nnd this one
of the most productive and desirable farms in the
State, and are invited to examine for themselves.,
Terms made known on day of sale.
J. N. CATLETT, Executor
of Joseph Major, deceased.
Christian county, Ky, Sopt 8, '65-3t
IN CHANCERY AT CLARKSVILLE.
State of Tennessee.
At Rules held in the Clerk's office, Chancery Conrt,
nt Clarksville, Monday, Sept 4, 1 805.
John Stacker, complainant vs. James Clark, Larkin
Bradley, George Snoddcn, and C. Bradley, ,.:
It appearing from affidavit filed In this cause that
the defendants, George Snoddcn and Catharine
Bradley are non-residents of the State of Tennes
see ; it i therefore ordered that they enter their
appearance herein before or within tbe Bint three
days of the next term of said court, to be held on
the third Monday in October next (I8C5), and
plead, answer, or demur to complainant's bill, or
the same will be taken fur confessed asto them, and
set for hearing ex parte, and that copy of thi or
der he published for four nicoisbive week in the
Clarksville ( hromtU. A copy attest:
' 1 ' Clerk and Master.
J. E. Bailiv, Sol'r for rompl't. cp8-4r
IN CHANCERY AT CLARKSVILLE.
State of TiUinessee.
At Rale held in the Clerk's office, Clianry Court,
at Clarksville, Monday, Sept 4, 1865.
C. G. Smith et al, complainant v. th heir and
distributees of Sallie Willis, dee d, defendant!.
It nnucarinc from affidavit filed in thi cause
that Judith Bailey. Gillum Erell, Wm. Ezell, Geo.
W. Exelt, Thomas ExelL James Exrll, Aiuell Ezell,
Isaac Joiner and wife, Klisabetn, Kobt Uoruily
and wife. Hester, are nou-resident ot the State of
Tennessee: it ia therefor ordered tbat tbey enter
their aparaoce herein before or witbla the first
three days of tbe next term of said court, to be bald
on th third Monday In October next (18Q5L and
nlead. answer, or demur to tbe coniiiuiiuant bill.
or th same will lie taken for confessed as to them,
and set for bearing ex rte, and that a copy of
Ibis order be published for four successive weeks
In lb Clarksvill Vhromtu. A onpy anew:
W. T. SHACKELFORD,
9 Clerk and Master.
C.G. Burnt, floT for compft " ep8-4w
Mammoth Shaving Saloon t
f1 WO door north of the Post Office, I now being
A mrried on uudor the supervision of Eli. II
WHITK, suocesaor to Reubeu Elder. He I pre
pared, with the assistance of a coniprUml band,
Ui uo of cloan towels and th best of perfumery,
to ploaaeall who will favor him with their patron
age. Thankful for past favors, and solids a contin
uance of tbe same. ED. U. WHITE.
August 25 4t
HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE I
HWO HOUHES AND LOTS well Improved.
X aad two or three vacant lots for Sain. Apply
HAM -IOMINNON, or
loAug. U-4l W. A KOWLKE3.
September; 8,- 1865.
tJtlllPublld' are reiaiectfally Invited te rotne to
COULTER & IllLLIlIAN'S
WnEN THEY. VANT
hm Fall and Winter GOODS I
At Greatly Seduced Fricce.
. I COULTER & HTXLMAN
Are now receiving and opening their stork of
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS, at Rroad-
dus' old stand. Tbcir goods were bought before
tbe last advance In prior. The stock comprises
very article of Merchandise suitable to this market.
It remind on of old time to go into COULTER
k H1LLM AN'S now, and see the Immense pile of
nermos, uree Hiiks, Ue Loins, 1'oplinf, Sbawla,
Cloaka, Mantles, Ribbons, Belting, Laces, Emhroid-
Tie, Jlandkerrbicrs, lloieery, Ghnres, White Goods,
Hoop Skirts, Prints, Flannels, Domestic! all kinds,
Boots and Shoos, Hat and Caw, Clothing, Carpel-
Ij, c, un TAuiuiuun, auu lor saia cneap.
COULTER & HILLMAN
Can confidently notify the Trade that there lta
been no such a Stock of Goods in CUtrksville, si are
the Fall of 1860, as the one they nmr vftrr to the
ruDlic tUJIK UCTK AM) ALL AND SEE. .
. Terms-Cali on Delivery,
y Kentucky asoaey taken nt par for gooAs.
Sept 8, 18C5 tf
w HOLE SAL
,,. ';. .r'- . AND ,
Wa offer to Buyers of Milliner jr Goods,
the LARGEST ASSORTMENT, the CHOICEST
SKLEITI05, and the BEST TALl'K of any
eliis of goods offered by any house In onr
line, clth r East or West.
BP. Milliner ran see 0RICIXAL PARIS
STYLE8 of B9X3ET3 for Fall Tradc"not
JAMES D. SMITH & CO.,
24 PEARL STRETT,
Sept. 8, '65-3t
IN CHANCKRY AT CLARKSVILLE
State of Tennessee.
At Rules held in the Clerk's Office, Chancery Court,
at Clarkiville, Monday. Sept the 4t, 1HA5.
Jame Nolin, complainant, vs. G. H. Jordan, et els.,
It appearing from affidavit filed in this cause
that tbe defendants, Kdwurd newrii, Bailie pew
ell. Eula Newell and Velma NewelL are non-real
dont of State of Ten newer i it I therefore .'ordered
that tbey enter their appearance herein before or
within the first three day of thi court to be
held on the third Monday In October next, 1885,
and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill,
or tb sam will be taken for confessed as to tbara
and act for bearing Miarte, and tbat a copy of
this order he published for four (ncrsssiv week
in tb Clarkiville Chronicle. A copy attest:
W, tt. SHACKELFORD,
Clerk and Master.
N. IT. Allen, Sol'r for eompl't. sept 8 4t
IN CHANCKRY AT CLARKSVILLE
HUM of TrnneM. . . ,
At Rule held In th Clerk' I filco, Chancery Court,
at Clarktvilln, Monday, Wept, tb 4 111, 1865
D. H. Duncan, complainant vs. Holyok k Rogers
and R. T. Pollard, defendant.
It appearing from aflidavlt filed in tbia cause
tbat tlis defendant, Ilolyok ft linger, ar non
resident of th Stat of Tennessee ; it i therefore
ordered that they enter their appearance herein be
fore or within tbe 8rt three days of the next terra
of said Court, to be held on tbe third Mouday lu
October next, 1866, and plead, answer or demur
to complaint bill, or tbe sam will ba taken fur
confessed at to them and set for bearing txpnrte,
and that a ropy of this order b publinhcd for four
suceesaiv wekt in the Clarksvill L'hromiclt. A
copy attMt: W. T. SHACKELFORD,
Clerk and Master.
R. W. Johnson, Sol r forcompl t. sept 8-4t
- - - . Jf:
IN CIIANCERT AT CLARKSVILLE.
. Stat of Tenmne.
At Rnlct held in tlieCJerk't Office, Chancery Court,
al Clarksville, Momlay, Sept tbe 4th, 186ft.
I Ml.nil.l AlltMinH. MiMI,I.iMhI m flimmlm 0
limit, et als drendant
It aptieariitff from affidavit filed la thi cause thai
the defendant, Charles P. Bnck, It a non-midenl of
Ilia 8tate of Tnnrsse; It ia therefore ordered that
he eater bis appearance herein before or within the
first three day of the next term of laid court to
be held on third Monday In October next, 8
nd plead, answer of demur to rotnplalsMrt'a WO
er the tnme will be taken for confessed as to hint
and set for hearing expnrte, and that a copy ef thi
order be published for four sncceaslre -week In .tn
Clarksvill Cknmirh. A cony Heat:
W. T. SHACKELFORD,
v Clerk and Maatrr.
i. E. Railry, SoFr fo conrpTl . , . . ert . (I
IN CHANCERY AT CLARKSVILLE,'
htat of Tennessee.
At Rnle held in Ui Clerk' Office, Chancery Comrl
at Clarksville, Monday, Sept tbe 4th, 1665.
Wm. Edmondsoa, compluinant, vt. Bob'. EdraouoV
- son, defendant
It appearing from affidavit filed ia tbi cans that
th defendant, Rob't Eiimondsoa, non-resideal "
toe Mate or Tennessee ; It is tberafbre'ordered Umt
h enter his appearance bertia be for or within th
first three days of the next term ef said court to
be held on the third Monday In October next, IMS,
nd plead, answer or drmar to complainant' bill.,
or the same will be taken for confessed a te hint
nd set for hearing exparte, and that a ropy of thi
order be puUithed for four sacctutv weak ia 14
Ckarksvill OtrornVfa. A eortr- attest: '
. W. T. SHACKELFORD,
Clerk and Master. '
J. E. Bailey, Sofr for compft. sept 4t
TVPIIAVPTTTIV AT rr ITJIfCVVT T f
State of Tennessee.
At Rnlcs held In the Clerk Office, Chancery Court,
a. Clarksville. Monday. Sent, the 4th. ,i i
Joshna Brown, et els, eninprainant v. Lowisa I.
moon, rt als, defendant
It HpearliiR from affidavit filed ia this can tbat
the defendant Henry Robert, 1 a aoa-resrdeot of
th State Tennessee ; it 1 therefore ordered that be
enter hi appearance herein before or within the
first three day of the next terra of Hid Ceurt, in
he held on the third Monday in October next 18fift,'
and plead, answer or drmar to complainant' bill,
or the same will he taken for confessed a to him
and set fcr hearing exparte, and that a copy of thi
order he published for fonr snocestir week U tbe
Clarksville Chronklr. A copy attest: i ..
W. T. SHACKELFORD;
Clerk and Maslar.
Robband Bailey, Solr' for Oompl't eptl-4t
IT CHANCKRT AF CLARKSVILLE
' State of TenneMea. ' '. . 1 '
At Rule held in tbe Clerk's Offfee, Chancery Court,
at Clarksville, Monday, Sept th 4th, 1865.' p
R.O. Kertce, complainant vs. J. E. psotden, .V
urrendsnt. r .,
It anrienring from affidavit ia thi rate, that'
the defendants, J. E. Dnrdrn and G. II. White
head, ore . non-residents of the Slate cf Ten
neswe; it is therefore order) d tbat they" enter,
their npinrance herein, before or within the first
three days of the next term of (aid Court, to be
held on the third Monday in October next, 186.
nnd plead answer or demur to complainant' bill, on
the tamo will lie taken for confessed as ta then
and set for a hearing exparte, and that a copy ef
this order be published for fbnr torcestiv weeks ia
the Olarbivlll Vkromtflr. A opvr attest t
AV..T. SHACKELFORD,. ,v
. - : Clerk and Master.",
J. E . Bailey, Sol'r foM-empVt. ept 8-4
IN CHANCERY AT CLARKSVILLE.
: - i ' .i ' Stat of Tennessee. 'r i : i 4,ii
At Rules held in the Clerk's Office, Chancery Court,
at Clnrknvillc, Monday, Sept. the 4tb, 1865.
J. N. Smith nnd J. F. Outlaw, complainant, v. Tf .
W. tmtlnw and M. W. Oghurn, defendant.
It apfieating from affidavit filed ia thi aim tbat
the def-ndant M. W. Ogbnrn, it a aon-resident of
the Slate of Tcnncsse; it is therefor ordered that
he enter his appearance herein before or witbla tbe
first three days of the next teyiri of said Court, to
lie held on the third Monday in October next 1865,
a ul plead answer or demur to remplahurat ( bul.ee
the same win be taken for ronawaed a ta bins and
set for hearing rx parte, and that a copy of thi
order be published for four successive week la tbe
Clarksville CArentrfr. A copy t teat!
W. T. SHACKELFORD,
Clerk aad Master. .
T. W. King, Sol'r for eompl't ept 8-41
IN CHANCKRY AT CLARKSVILLE.
- Slate of Tennessee. , -,
At Rules held In tho Clerk's office, Chancery Court,
at Clarksville. Monday, Sept tbe 4th. 1865.
Samuel Johnson, et'nt., complainant, va, Louisa R.
. . Moon, et als., defendant.
It appearing from affidavit filed ia thi causa
that the defen lant Henry Roberts, I a aoa-resident
of the Stte of Teiine!; it is therefbre ordered
that be enter . bu appearance bereln be bra toy
within the first thiee day of the aext terra of
Mid court, to he held on the third Monday in
October next, . 1 865, and plead answer or demur
to complainant's bill, or the anma -will be taken
for confessed as to biin and set for bearing ex
far tc, nd that a copy of thi order be published
for four fuccesslve ' week ia tb Clarksvill
Chrinktt. A copy-s-attest:
W, T. SHACKELFORD, .
V S-ii".: Clerk and Matter.
C. G. Smith, Sol'r for rompl't septa tt
IN CHANCKRY AT CLARKSVILLE.
State of Tcnnf-ssee. .. ...
At Rule held In the Clerk's Office, Chancery Court,
nt Clarksville, Monday, Sept. tbe 4th, 1865.
James lira it, J). P. Morgan and M. O. If. Nor
ton, cqmplninant, vs. James Clark and L.
, Bradley, et all, defendants. , . s
It apjirarhig from affidavit filed ia' thi cans
that the defendant, Geo. Snodden add Catherine
Bradley, are non-resideat of the Stat of Tea
nessce ; it is therefore ordered that they enter ap.
pearam-e bervln before or witbla tb first there
day of the next term St (aid'eourt, to be held on
third Monday in October next, 1885, and plead, an
swer or flrniur to complainant bill, or the same
will be takea ibr confessed a to tbem ae4 t 8iy
a bearing exparte, and tbat a cap of thi order be
published for four successive week in tbe Clark,
ville Ckronitlt- A copy attest
w wi. i. ; , W. T. SHACKELFORD, ,
Clerk and Master.
J. R. Bailey, Sol'r for eompl't pt 8 4t
IN CHANCERY AT CLARKSVILLE.
Stat of Tenneeae. ''!!
At Rule held in the Clerk's Office, Chancery Court,
at Clarkiville, Monday, Sept lb 41k, 1845.
Dan I K. and U. Stewart, complainants, vs. M. B.
Davie, et alt, defendant
It appearing from affidavit ia thi cans that
the defendants, B. R. W. Tboaiaa, 0. Fallow,
Thoniwnu Greenfield and D. P. Logan, ar aon-reak
deal of tb Slat of Tenncatee; it t tntrctbr
ordered that they enter their appearance aereia be
fur or within tb first three day of tb next tars
of (aid court, to b held oa the third Moaday ia
Ot toiler next 1865, and plead, answer or demur t
complainant's bill, or tb tn will be takea fee
confessed a to tbem and aet for Bearing expert,
and that a copy of tbia order be published for toe
successive week in the Clarksvill Ckruiett. A
copy attest: W. T. SHACKELFORD,
-, r , Clerk and Master.
J. R. Bailey, 8oI'r fbr eompl't ept 84
IN CHANCERY AT CLARKSVILLE.
Slate of Tennese.
At Rule held In th Clerk Office, Chancery Court,
, at ClarksvUle, Monday, Sept tb 4th, 1865. . .
Amy . Lockort, complainant, vs. Chariot Lockert,
et al defendant.
It apiearlng from affidavit filed I thi cans
that 'the defendant Samuel lionise, and wife,
rauni L. Beuiss, Isaac D. Sloe, aad Davie
Hunry Stone, ar noa-reshleaU of tb Stat T
TeunusM; it i therefor ordered tbat tbey aa.
U-r their pa-araac herein before at wlihia tb
l nrs mroe oay of in next
et aaia sssn,
to be h Id oa tb third Monday la October Mil,
1865, and plead, answer or dessar t coenplaia.
at' bill, or tb cam will b takea for ee.
feswd a to tbem and set fur bearing expert,
and that a copy of tbia order be Bubliahe) tnt
bur successive week in tb Clarksvill Chrtmtit.
A roiy ailett: W. T. SHACKELFORD,
CUrk aad Maeter.
Hoioberger A llouie, Sol'r for eompl't. Met 8-41