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, i AUCTIpN SALES OF Y
TO B A C C O !
Will commence M-TRICE S LANDING, Satflr.
far, October Ith and rontleoe dally.
. . POI,NDEXTER POLLARD.
Ac 4-tf . ' , 1 v .-
' ,??'r' L Editor.
J. A. URi ,
8EPT. 8, 1865.
Bit. Da. B.ym will preach in the Presbyterian
Church, on Sunday next, September 10th. ,
Goto, at NVw York, oa the Stb inst, opened at
144? koi cioecd at 144j.
Siwct School. Sc. Mr. O- W. Tyler adver
tisement in another column. '
tTTere yoa at Sum. Grant', party the other
sight f If not, yon .annot plend the want of an
invitation, fur everybody of any gentility wa in
cluded in the large heart of our friend Sam- and
wits" expectodby him la b. present. And truly .
ruoit brilliant Msemblag. responded to hi. Invita
tion. It bat been forgotten whilom day that we
hare reen to large gathering of the beauty and
fashion of our community. W. aaw many hand
somer gentlemen than ourselves, and nothing more
could be sa'd In favor of the masculine attendance.
As to the femininity, oh I shades of Webster, give
us new word, to describe their Inexpressible
charms. We .bill erer remember Sam. for this
charming entertainment, and Judging from the
warm eulogtum. of some of his lady guests, we
do not doubt he might pereuiule some of tlietn to
be the landlady of the National perhaps the tame
on. who stole the handsome bouquet thai same
night, for Sam. told ns privately that he would
give an immense reward, not for the bouquet, bat
for .the dear little thief.
, W. 0. Tanee he. fold his entire stock of
lugs, Medicines, etc, to J. M. Pirtle, ot this city.
lJl.fle. advertisement of Coulter k Ililtman,
in tils lime. r .; (" C f -. . v. I .
Several refreshing shower, which were
ranch needed, have) fallen in tbi neighborhood
Khin the past few days.
fjj&.Tbe weather for the past week hat been
immensely, intensely, overwhelmingly and ex
baustingly hot. .
. - . . .
10" The late showers of rain will bring out
late corn sad potatoes, which were suffering for
want of mositure.
fCowiterfctt. oa the new 60 cent issue of
fractional currency, have made their appearance in
Tb. Tennessee Presbytery of the Cumberland
Presbrtcrian Church will meet at Cane Creek, near
Fayetteville, Tenn., on Thursday, before the 4th
Sabbath In September.
Person, who desire to have their children in
structed in Music, by an accomplished and expe
rienced teacher, are referred to the card of Mr.
Mary E. Wilcox In another column. ' ' '
jSfc. R. II. William, is receiving and opening
the large and elegant Fall and Winter stork of Dry
Goods which was lately selected by Mr. Pitman in
New York. '
tj&. ft. W. Thomas, Esq, the editor of this pa
per, has returned to the city after four years of ru
ral felicity, and will resume the charge of the' po
litical department next week. Ho ha survived
the battles and the sieges, the marching and the
countermarching, the defeats and the victories of
this deadly and exasperating strife, and after years
of seclusion h seizes his trenchant weapon again,
ja.it at that end of the fight, however, at which
Cuiclrlnatus dropped his. ' We give bint a hearty
fjc. I it not time that something was done to
ward reviving the inspection sales of tobacco at
this place ? Prior to the war Clark vllJe was the
most important tobacco mart In the western eoun
try. The amount of tobacco sold here annually
was greatly In excess of that told at Louisville or
St. Louis, and the advantage of . bom. market
were apparent to all our planters. They could
send their tobacco here, see it inspected, and get
their money in their pocket, and return home Ibe
tame day If they desired to do so. Now the to
tie ceo goes to foreign markets, hundred of mile
distant, where their instructions concerning it are
heeded or not as suit the whim or Ibe interest, of
the merchant to whom it I consigned, and when
the produce' I told the planter sometimes get his
money and sometime, be don't Then let n. have
our home market again at the earliest possible moment.
Ie1trr. nemalnlnr Unrlnimetl
in the Post Office at Clarksville, State of Tenn., on
8th day of Sept, 1865.
obtain any of these letters, the appli
cant must call Tor "Aikertitd J.etUrt," giv. the
date of this list, and pay two cent, for advertising.
UHir not called for within ON K WO A Til,
they will be sent to the Dead Letter Office.
Free delivery of letter I by can ten, at the real
lenoe. of owners, in elite, at.d large towns, ma;
be secured bv observing the following role. :
'1. Direct letters plainly to the street and num
ber, as well as the post-oftice and State.
"1. Bead letters with the writer', port-office and
State, street and number, tlyn them plainly with
full name, anil request that answer, be directed
"3. Letter to stranger or transient visitor, in a
town or city, whose special address may be un
known, should foe marked, la th. lower left-hand
corner, with tb. word Transient' ' '
"4. Place the postage .tamp on th. upper right-
hand corner, and leave space between the stamp
and direction for post-marking without interfering
with the writing.
"N. 3. A request for the return of . letter to
the writer, If unclaimed within thirty day when
written or printed with the writer', name, post
office, and State, across th. left-hand end of the
envelope, on the face side, will be complied with
at the usual prepaid rat. of postage, payable when
tbe letter it delivered to the writer. Sec. 78, Iaw
mi'Y.nva ye aus
DF 8TASLK SUCCESS. 4 ' ' '.
Cosh Capital, $1,000,000.
BflJu In strolling through the Court-bout, the
other day, we were struck by the appearance i f
what seemed to be an oblong box, in the east end
of the Circuit Court room. On inquiry, w. as
certained that it wa intended for th. Judge'
stand. - Ws do not wUh tb appear officious, but we
would suggest to the architect to have three win
dows placed on th. west tide to giv. the Judge
light and air when h. takes his "stand" there. It
would make a good "slnnd'' for the sale of pea
nuts, cakes and cider, etc, and if the windows
were' put In, It mi;ht be rented for this purpose
when the court it not In session, and thus pay
the cost of building the "stand." We understand
that a countryman innocently strayed into the
Court-house yesterday, and accosting the mechanic,
said: "See here. Mister, what are you building
that?" The mechanic, thinking the fellow was
poking fun at him, threw a hntchet at his head,
and the astoninhed and terrified countryman beat
a hasty retreat down stair, and reported on the
street that a crazy workman hud attempted to
murder him up-stairs in the Court-house.,
HaT Autumn has commenced her reign, but the
weather Is more oppressive, now than it was in
J ul j or at least it appear so to our debilitated
and nevons system. Tbe thermometer ranges
tJtfjU A littlo dnrkey, about seven year of age,
fell in the cUtcrn on the public square yesterday
evening. , Several persons rurhed to his assistance,
and pulled him out The little fellow looked quite
blank, but seemed very thankful for small furors
A3? Any of our friend in need of Boot, and
Shoes, will find a first-rate article of each at Lucas
A Bagwell's, on Franklin street Jimmy Morrissey
u-ill b. found attentive and polite to all who visit
this house in fact we look upon bim a. one of the
be.it salesmen In this city.
Br2fWitli a view to bring into uo stamped
envelopes laring requests for the return of un
claimed letters, it is proposed to furnish the
snme, with the names, business and pott office ad
dress of parties printed i nil, not exceeding four
lines across the end of the envelope, including the
request, without additional charge by the P.O. De
partment. No order will be taken for less than one
thou wild envelopes. Those desiring envelopes with
their address, etc, printed as above can leave orders
The public may not generally know Hint the
postage on stamped envelopes spoiled in directing
may be refunded in stamps by a post-master, if sat
'fcfied that tliey have never been sent by mail. .
Barttett miss A
Relote J N
Bluir mist Alio.
Bono W II
Bowman John -Brody
Burroo mis. Maggie
Burton mist Eliza
Calineil nirt Buchel
Carter Ja T
Dade mist Snllie
Davie mrs Harriet
Davit Henry J
Davis J II .
Davis J M
Day mrs Martha
Delong K E
Kdmonson T F
Elliot iniss L
Ely mrs Vatsy
Fairfax mis M
Fletcher mrs C
Foster W A
Fowkle mrs Martha C
Garret J J
(Joe mrs Mary
(iilhiin miss A
Gordon miss J
Grant mrs II
Green Ja. M
Greenhill P R
Harris Joe. .
Hay ties Isnac D ,
Hodge mri K A
Hopsou Adam ' 'v
Howard J T
Hutrhiuson rare Mary
Humphreys mrs Edith
Inman Rev W G .
Jones John II
Jones Martha R
Kelly mrs C B
King miss Muttie
Levcll mrs Margaret
, F1HEINS. CO. . .
Cash in hand and in Bank, . .....$106,832 36
Loan oa personal security,.. 11,985 26
Real KnUte, oH.000 00
Bank Stocks,.... Market value, 87,866 00
Rail Road Stork. . 27,680 00
Stat, and City Bonds, " H 15J..00 00
Rail Road Bonds, " - 34,100 00
TJnltcd State Bond, " " 492,600 00
B. ATKIXS0X k CO.,
(Successors to Hewitt It Co,) NKW TOUK.
JAMES HSWITT A CO,
0. W. TD0XA9 A CO,
' " i ' LOTHSYILLR, KT.
Cah adTaiim made fell SklpatMx
It tMte irmi tf .
0. W. THOMAS & CO.,
NO. 46 WK3T MAIN ST, LOUISVILLE, KT,
Sept 1, '65.-6m
Losses ! proccM of settlement,..,
Mallory Dr Jamo
Man son mrs Sylvia
Marr George r 2
Maple Grove Hills pro
Mastcrsoo mn Rkod.
McUee mis. L
Moran Morris " '
ONeal M D
Paine mis Maria
Parker Barnes 2
Peacher Capt Cornelius E
f eringtoa Lucy -.
Peterson mrs M A
Polar, mrs Sallie Ana
Pride mis. Mitti.
Kecve. mn A
Releyt Boo (col d)
Rioeheart J C
Rive. mis. H A
Robinson mrt Mary C 3
Rockwell W II
Rogers Q E 1
Shuff Georg. -Simt
mrt Judith W
Slaughter C W (col'd)
Smith Edward J
Steele miss Georgian.
Stevenson M D
Stratton mrt Louisa
Swift E T
Tandy mitt Kittie
Thompson miss E
Townsend miss K L
Tnylor T II
Wall J W
Watkim Martha (col'd)
Weaver miss Ellison
Wclkcr W T
Wiggle A J
Williams mrt Sarah A
- Wimberlv mrs J P'
at noun cxcitniivixT m tb. rct. or
In th. extent and character of its resources in Its
dally and annual income in the amount of its
yearly business in the aggregate oi it. lost pay
ments in its tried experience and high commercial
standing, ranks a the
First American Institution.
FAIR RATES PROMPT PAYMENTS LIBE
RAL PRINCIPLES, AND 8TR0NO
ARB ITS CnSDENTIALS TO rUBLIC
Mti all clxsrts or Fma Risk. Aocmmo at
Rate. Obadvatbo to tub Haiabo. ' -T.
C ALLTI, rretldrit.
GEO. M. C0IT, BfjcreUrj.
D. N. KENNEDY, Agent,.
Sept. 1, 'CS.-61
D. H. Baldwi, J. F. Cchikm, New York.
H. Bbio.ah, (j. M. IloLor, Savannah, Oa.
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors,
GKXKRAL COMltlSSIOy MSiCSAJfTXl
No. 178, Pearl Street,
, Bethel College,.
(Directly on tb. Louisville and Memphis Railroad.
t. W. Rust, A. M, Preiident and Professor of Men
tal, Moral and the Natural Sciences.
J. II. GraY, A. M, Professor of Pur. and Mix.
E. N. Dicks. A. M Professor of Languages.
J. E. Arena, (graduate State Normal School) Prin
cipal of the Preparatory Department.
Theological instruction to young Ministers, by Elder
W. W. GARDsia.
The College Year is composed of two terms of
twenty weeks each, beginning tbe nrst Monday in
Tuition ptr Term in Advance:
College proper and Preparatory Language.,' $25
Preparatory Kngllsh, i0. Board, exclusive
washing and lights, $80.
Nuratier of Student admitted the past year, one
hundred and sixty-nine.
tor other information address the 'resident,
t i v J. W. RUST,
Va!T Brown, Driver A Co, have just received .
fall line of Hardware, Cutlery, etc. In the stock
we notice an elegant assortment of Pocket Cutlery
nf.ail sfita and th. very best brands. Tbey have
also received some fine scissor, for Indies, and some
No. 1 Rifle Powder for sportsmen. Call and exam
ine the assortment before it is broken.
Miu.inibt Goods. Our friend who want choice
and rich telectioui of new Fall Millinery Goods,
will find in the advertisement of Jahrs D. Smith
A Co., Cincinnati, the index to their want. Tbe
house is the oldest and most reliable In th. West.
3r There is a general complaint of the scarci
ty of both dwelling and bnsinen houeS in this
city. We know of no better investment for capi
ta! at this time than tlie erection of building! to
meet the present" and rapidly increasing demand.
Both the population and business of the place is
rapidly growing, and the commanding position
which Clarksville occupies as a commercial point is
ample guaranty of Its permanent prosperity.
&n We arc informed that it has been an
nounced here by official authority that troops are
toon to be sent through the county to gather up
the private arms in the possession of citizens. This
need create no alarm, however, for it it further
announced that the privilege of using firearms
guaranteed by the Constitution to every citizen for
his own defence, will be continued on the payment
of fifty cents for . license for that purpose.
Young mis Jane
W. F. Parker, Ad.iius Station, Mrs. Jane A.
Bryan, Clement, Dr. Hart, Marrybone, P. J. May
lor, Naylor Wood Yard, Mis. Maggie Cougcr. New
York, Gold Ihiniel, New Providence, Jacob Gard
ner, do; IsabellaSlarnom, do; Joel A. Wallace,
do; Mrs. Ann Wernardin, do; Sir. Susan hit
lock, do; James Sbesrv, do.
GL Y W. WINES, P. M.
ttfi When you visit Louisville, do yon with to
know where you can find a first-rate slock of Boots
and Shoes, at th. right figures, and at the
tame time deal with gentlemen oi known honesty
and Integrity if so, call on Hutchinson k Rikine,
639 Main Street. ,
' W. were gratified to meet our friend and
townsman, Mr. Ed Rringhurst, in the city a few
day t since. Ed. bat ,had a tcvere attack of
typhoid fever, but we are glad to tar, it fast recov
ering, i He stands about at tall a any man in oar
midst, not alone In height, but in everything that
goe to make,, up 'the agreeable gentleman. .
Purtie advertising by contract, for a given time,
ill be confined to their legitimate business : any
thing outside of thil will lie charged for separately.
Bf. Advertiser, for a specified time, exceeding
three months, will have the privilege of renewing
their advertisement quarterly: all extra changes
will be charged for.
t5y Funeral notices, Ohitunrica, or any matter
subserving private interest, will be charged for.
t&F Nuticci, In local column, twenty cents per
line. Special Notice fifteen cent per line.
ttXk, W. understand that J. Jay Buck, Esq, hat
purchased the residence of Prof. Herblin, on the
Charlotte road, also . house and lot from Mr. J.
Hodgson, near the big pond. A great deal of real
estate I changing hand In our community.
ttaT" W,e would advise any of our friends who
desire Agricultural Implement or Seeds, of any
description, when they visit Louisville, to call on
Sherman A Co, C31 Main street, between 6th and
7th. 1 The will find this to be a reliable busints.
JSfThe good-looking "Joxes," our associate
" local," hat gone off on a "bust " to the Mammoth
Cave. We trust that tbe ladlts, Into whose hands
he may happen to fall, will deal gently with the
"erring one' and not practice any of their art or
allurement, upon hi. too tender susceptibilities,
ttaT Mr. Geo. Alwcll is making soma improve
rneiiUtin the Robertson corner, which will mateti
al'y change the looks of things In that end of town,
lie will move hit Book Store into tb. upper ttory
of the building, which ha been elegantly fitted up
for the purpose, in . few dsys.
Tub - Lottisvlll. Democrat, of the 6 lb, My ''The
toliaoro market to-day (bowed more activity, and
price, were better sustained. The breaks amounted
to 218 hhdt, with rejection of bids on 25 hhds.'
Tlie' talus, at the different warehouse!, ranged from
$1 t)0 to $39 60.
4 , , 1 M
Dtt'o Stork. Tli. undersigned b.s engaged to
remain with Mossrs. Fiuley k Stewart, and give hit
personal attention to the business, at in old timet.
He thcrufore would respectfully request! bis'old
friend aud customers to continue their pationage
with the new firm, where every effort will be made
to gire saiiaMctimi. fowxskKD A. TaoKAJ.
P0IXDEITF.R A F0LLABD
Have secured the service of T. D. Leonard, Eiq,
as Auctioneer for their Tobacco Sales, at Trice'.
landing. Mr. Lbokabo. reputation as a Tobacco
Auctioneer, is to well established at to need no
comment. Tbe first Tobacco Sale, in Clarksville,
were conducted by him, and tbe Tobacco market
Increased to its vast proportion under hi administration.
Th. Tohacco sales, at Trice' Landing, will com
mence, potitivelif, on Pati'riiay, 7th Octo!cr.
LET those who have doubted the virtue of
Bull's Cedron Bitters, if any inch there be, read the
following certificate from gentlemen well known
in this community, and doubt no more.
Its general introduction into the army will
save the lives of thousands of our soldiers.
Locmvillb, Er, June V 1863.
We, the undersigned, hare seen the good effect
produced by the use of Dr. John Bull Cedron
Hitter in cases or general debility and prostration
of the system, and believe it general use would
prevent disease and relieve muco sunectng. Among
our soldier particularly would this be the case,
especially those who are exposed to miuaroauo in-
(In nee in the southern climate.
Mai. Phillip Speed, Col. Int. Revenue, 3d Dis
I'ba. 11. Uotton, Collector or th. I'ort or xxmuv
Col. II. UctiL t'rorott Marshal General or Ken
Julius Winter, Clothing Merchant, cor. 3d and
Market Streets. Louisville, Ky.
Itvv. D. P. Henderson, Vic President of Sani
Harney, Hughs A Co, publishers Democrat.
Geo. P. Docrn, Prop. Louisrill. Anxciger.
Hughs k Parkhill, wholesale Dry Goods Dealers
Main Street, Louisville.
Itavu, Green A Co., wholesale shoe dealers, Miu
Hart A Mapother, Lithographers, cor. Market tad
Third Streets, Louisville, Ky.
('apt t . F. Hililreth, of steamer Maj. Anderson.
Mj. L. T. Thurston, Paymaster l H. Army.
('. M. Metcalf, National Hotel, Louisvill,Ky.
Col. Jesae llaj les, 4lb Ky. Cavalry.
George I). 1'reut.ce, Louisville Journal.
Iim'mI. by . W. J.CASr.NtR.
FALL AND WINTER
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING A LARGE AND
1 1 WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
Clothing and Gentlemen's
Of the Latest Stylet, for Full and Winter Wear.
Our Stock Embraces
And .11 other article, usually kejtt in
URST-CLASS CLOTHING STORE!
These Goods were purchased in th. EASTEUN
MARKETS FOR ClSII. and we foci satisfied
that we can offer
finnavlav TnilnaAmsnfi '
To those who may favor us with their patronage.
Call and examine UUU STOCK, tad tatify
yourselves wun regard to prices.
Terms STRICTLY CASH!
T, 1 1. E. IcCTLLOCO. ;
"ept. I, '6 tf ' ' '.
ST. CECILIA'S ACADEMY.
fpilIS WELL-KNOWN FEMALE ACADEMY,
JL under the direction of tb. Sister of the Order
of St, Dominic, situuted in one of the most delight
ful and healthy local it lei in Davidson county, will
open the next session on tbe First Monday in Sep
tember, tor further particulars, apply at tbe
Academy, or address "The Mother Superior, St
LCecilia't Academy, Mount Vernon, Nashville, Tenn.
August la, 1B65. it
J. F. MEHLH0PE & CO.,
Groceries, Wines.and Brandiee,
WHISKEY, ALE, BEER, CIGARS,
Generml Auortment of Qjifectionerirt!
FAACY XOTIOSS, ETC, ETC
PRANK LIN PTRBET,
TN FACT nWt'SEKKEPKIlS CAN FIND MOST
A w. iutend keeping .
Gcncx'al Vai'ioty Store!
And will sell our Goods as LOW A3 ANY HOCK I
in th. city. Sept 1, '65-tf
Ang. 25 4t
MRS. E. E. RINGGOLD,
Will open a School for Girls, in the basement of the
Episcopal Church, on MONDAY, th. Uth of Sep
tember. It 1 the purpose of the subscriber to
establish a permanent 8chooi, where Young Ladiet
may receive . refined, complete end religious edu
cation. Having secured tbe assistance of teacher,
thoroughly competent, in every department, she
feel confident that she can offer to th. children of
her patron, every facility for acquiring . thorough
English, trench and Hnsical education.
Th. Rev. Sam 1 Ringgold will take claw.
Moral and Mental Philosophy, and Belle Lettrr.
lor term, Ac- apply to
At the Parsonage, next door to the Church.
Aug. 11 3t , . ,
PROPOSE TO COMMENCE A SCHOOL IN
Stewart College, to toon as I get possession of
the buildings, and get them repaired. I have taken
this ttep partly to meet the educational want, of
he community partly tor th. sake of educating
my own Dora. I nop. to be able to commence in
few weeks. What my school will be, those who
know me, can form some opinion beforehand at
to the future, I am perfectly willing to let 'the
result speak tor me.
T. DKLAUE I WAKULAW,
August 25-tf .., .,, .....
OS WITT, X0RT0X L CO.,
NEW ORLEANS. - '
DR. JOHN BULL'S " -
The Utwt and mi tmBrUiit 4lcTfry
f im ivts ccatvry.
1ST Refer to B. N. Kennedy, Bmi , W. P. Hume, I
Esq., 8. & Seat. J
Consignment, respectfully solicited, upon which I
liberal advance, will be ma;e and to which prompt I
attention will be given.
NO man', name it more intimately connected
with th. history of Materia Medic of th.
United States, or more favorably known at a pio
neer in medical discovery, than that of
DR. JOHN BULL,
f Lesisvilicj Kj.
nit Inimitable preparation of SARSAPARIL.
LA, hat long stood at the bead of tb. varlou.
Our Mr. A. J. McWhirter. who hat had more than I npounds of that valuable drug.
executing alt order, addressed to ra, for Dry S"fc -
Goods, liatt, Boot, Shoes, Ac, Ac
Aug. l ty -u. It. UALUWIW III. WORM LOZENGES, in let. than . rear after
their introduction, attained . reputation at wide-
OfMurrell k Bowles, N. Y
SL T. PottABn, Clarksville, Teas.
116 PKAEL 8Tn
Aug. 18-ly : V A h.v. NEW YORE
H. C. Cabutil spread at the continent of America.
LonitvlUa, Ky. I ,
nui in. crowning giory oi nis in. remain, to
bIIsIiumI ta kU itlnnn M Mk Mml.l..
& CO., 1 lion, fat b. does not daim to b. tb. diteovtrer of
Insure With the JETNA!
which i. th. basis of tbe Bitten now offered to
the public That honor belonn to th.Tnativ. in
habitant of Central Aaiertca. to whom lU virtue.
hare been known for more than two hundred,
year. Armed with it, the Indian bid defiance to'
the roost deadly malaria, and handle, without fear
... . . .,.!..- u , i i s .v 1 wnuuious aerpenia. li it a owiei wiia
' U", -S: r, uTTZ. St" ,hrJTvThv that .bite thet, i. breath left in tb. body tb.
" ' lUedron It no tea I In cure, no matter what th dia.
I.IISSKS I'AIIl Til KM. I I . . .
tvi. 1 1. rw n..M
Hie ueuui oi ineir naticnng lenimomaia. w too
bulky for publication.
it not prepared to endorse tbi.
extravagant pretention, he it neverthelea. Mtitfied
Irom a thorough cxaminatioa of the evidence rla-
If .proper ettlm.t. i, made of tbe rnln and d- It"??. '.STi ""l??
Imik Un AMiiinnM hf thuhnm rtf nf 417 rSrWi fiOfi I . 1 -
-v a i cnanges or wetbr mud dimattu or to U)
of property, Among people l every rude ud po- Y laniMn H 7
UOD, la miiuuni. mrv iuiu viiiimi, uuuqtvtctj ww-
ceivable circumstance, it will give a correct idea of
tb. ATSA8 good work, and th. value of genuine
WITHOUT A RIVAL,
I and justly dwerve. tb. repatotion it bat so loog eat-'
Joyed in Central Arosijcaand Ut. Watt Indie. '
Police issued' by
Aug. 25 tt
C. II. JONES, Agent,
' Clarksville, Tenn.
WOULD respectfully state to the citittns of
Clarksville and vicinity that I have secured tbe
Agency for selling the following Machinery)
o, .!.. .'..fc ,, And it attendant train of symptoms, it act. mar.
..!.. liie.ctam than medicine. There b noUiing ra
The ImprOTfd American Turbine Water the range of Materia Mcdica. that can for. moment
-Wheel; -" " :' ?- teracoinparionwilhitlntbidiase.
lane k Bodlc y's Circular Saw MHI; a ft.n account Df thi. w0drf.,rr,iat ma. t-
rrenck Mill Barn, Bolting Cloth, Belting found in the lltb edition of th. U.S. Dumentato-
011 Well Machinery.
Hands will be furnished to repair Mill and not
Office at T. McCulloch'. Clothing Store.
Clarksville, Ang. 4, '66-ty
HODGSON & LINDLEY,
. . SOLS AGENTS FOR TUB .
Kanawha Salt Company, new medietas.
AND DEALERS IN
CE0CER1ES & COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Pttlnti, White Lead, Ac.
WOO BARRIES SALT FOR SALE.
ry, on pafe. 138T and 13B8.
A series of experiment, la which Dr. Bull hat
been for year engaged, ba just been brought to
uccccnful termination, and be is now enable to of
fer to tlie pnblic a combination of Cedron with
other approved tonic, the whole preserved in the
nets quality or copper-diitllled Hourboa whisky,
which he u eonttdent be. do etjual in the world.
IT. might furnish a volum of certificate, but
th. public have long .inc. learned to estimate
such things at their true value. Tb. safest plan is
for every one to test for himself Mi virt.e. ef .
THE co-partnership heretofore existing under the
firm of MEHL1I0PB k HODGSON, ba. this
day been dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. Hodg
son retiring. The style of the firm will hereafter
be J. r . MKHLHOPB k CO- who will contlnne
at th. old .land on Franklin street.
J. F. MEIILHOPR,
: JOSEPH HODOBOX."
Clarksville, Tenn, Aug. 13d, 1.6S-8ept. I. 4t
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
I WISH TO BELL MY CABIH ROW FARM,
containing from FOUR TO SIX I1DNDRED
ACR ES. to suit purchasers Tbit place is well im
proved with Log Buildings, out house, barn, Ac
Any person wishing to purchase, can and me or my
ton at the uid Lalayetl. rutnace. I nave also
many other smaller tract! of land for tale, aoi
peraont wishing to buy homct would do well to
give me call before purchasing.
Aug. 18-61 , - U. TI.tSL.KY.
ALL persons indebted to tbe estate of Lawson J.
Murpbey, deceased, are requested to call and
make payment, by tb. first of October, or their
accounts and note, will be put out for collection.
All those to whom tbe estate Is ludebted wiu present
their claims, properly authenticated, within the
time prescribed by law or tbey will be barred.
j. B. KiL.L,BKi(r.w. Adnrr
Sept. 1, 65-31 With tbe will annexed.
T) EI NO nreesed bv tb. creditor, of B. Plotter A
JJ Co. for a final tettetnent, at trustee I take tbit
omde of notifying all pertont Indebted to the above
firm to coma forward within THIRTY DAYH from
this date and pay up whatever they may owe them
Unlet, tbit notice be heeded, I hall Uke such steps
at will compel . compliance with tbit requett
O. A. ROTH,
Trustee for B. Platter k Co.
Office at J. F. Meblbope't.
Clarktvilie, Sept. 1, 186J-3W
Paducak aa4 Naxkvllle racket,
F.ans G.ac.y, Master,. W. B. Cos, Clerk
,ry v WILL run regularly between Xtshvill.
JS ji aad Paducah.
I or Height or pajwge, apply on hoard er to
P. A. BY K.N E, Agt.t.
Au;. t, 4i-3m
ALL person, indebted to the estate of Benjamin
K. Orgain, deceased, art requested to come for
ward and mak. immediate settlement, and all those
having claim, againtt said estate are requested to
present then, within th. time prescribed by Uw, or
they will be forever barred.
THOS. ORGAIN, .
Sept. 1, 18ti5-3w Executor.
' On. trial and you will never use any other. '
It i not necessary to publish a Ions list of dts-
leatt m which th. tdron Bitten .re .tpecine.
In all disease, of th.'
Prod.cc and Commission Merchants, stomach, Bowels, liver or Kid-
Jaly 1 4-tf
CHAPMAN & CO.,
Wint and Liqvori, IlarJwart, Saddlery,
Boots and Sboea, .
W001 AND WILLOW WARE,
HATS, CAPS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, MTC
FRANKLIN STB EST,
LL kind of Country Produce taken in ex-1
L change for Goods.-
Advance, mad. on Tobacco, Floor and other
Produce for shipment to our friend. In Louisville,
Cincinnati or few i ork.
July 14 m
New Livery Stable!
TDK ' nndersigned ha purchased the large
LIVERY STABLE, on Franklin Street, and is
now prepared to do a general Livery Business feed
Horse and furnish Hacks and Bugeiea, with good
safe bones, and Saddle Horses. , I will be pleased to
attend to all who may wish anything In my line.
Aug. 18-41 . UKO. 4', ALLK.N
la all affection, of th.
Brail, depending upon derangmeat f tkt
fitoaiack and Bawela, . '
. : - : IK , ;. .. -
MIT,. MirMlTISM and" KBVBlUli.
FEVER AND A0UK,
ttil'destined to lupercede alt other. ' Irot oal '
cure tlie. disease but prevent them.
A wine glass full of th. Bittert taken an boar
before each meal, will obviate, th. effect, of th.
most uuuealthy climate, and screen th. par km ta
king it against disease, under lb. most trying ..
1ST Sold by DnjguU .at? Ortttrt ftntrtlky.
. . T. M.OLU ER, v
Late of Louisville, Ky, with
STADLEE, BROTHER & CO.,
IMFOBTKM Of AK0 PBALBM I.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERS, VESTINGS
Cent.' Furniihlng Good,
And Maaafteeturera of Clottilay. WHOLESALE
tK. 1'artirulmr atttmtim paid St wdtr.
No. 106 Pearl Street, North Side, and UT West
Third 8t bet Vine and Race,
July Jl Sm :- CINCINNATI.
9& Dr. JOnX BULL'S Principle Office,
T. B. Pructt vs. Robert Edmoodson.
Attachmtnt btort . Justice the I'tat.
IT appearing to the Justice before whom process '
hat been returned, that Robert Kdmondton is
jutlly ludebted to T..B. Pmett, by threw ttotet,
amounting In all toThre. Hundred a. 4 Forty Dol
lars, and that said liefendant la . non-resident of
the But. of Tennessee) therefore, It b ordered that
publlcaUoa be made In tbe UlarksvUl. "Chronicle.'
for four oonseculiv. weeks, commanding tbe said
Kdmoodaoa to appear aad defend said awaefcsaert,
no the 14th day of October, 1K8V otherwias tbe
cause will be pruceeded it parte.
bent. I, t4. 4t THOS. MILLS, J. t.
FINLEY& STEVfART, .
Who to mIU
, BULL'S WORM DESTROYER,
BULL'S 8 AR8APA RILLA
IVITfl'S TOXIC ITIfF.
A eg- 4. lltily
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