Newspaper Page Text
Ratri or ADVKKTmma. One Dollar pet
quire of Tin like.
JAN; 3, 1888
A CroM Mark.-ln futurt we will make
a, rrnn murk on the mararla of our paper,
notiflcat'on to all patron whose time of
nbKriptlon hM expired. Look out for tlie
cro mark and renew your lubacrlptioo at
THE NEW TEAK.
We cannot enter upon the labors of the
New Year without returning thanks to those
whoso liberally patronieed us' during the
year Just closed. We have spared no effort,
ia onr power, to make the Cbkobicui an ac
ceptable and profitable medium of comma
Miration between the business men and the
public, and at the same time, the organ of
correct moral and political sentiments. How
far we bare succeeded is not Tor us to say,
and In asking for a continuation of the lib.
eral patronage aud a wider circulation, we
hare no oth-r inducements to offer than onr
course in the (Sast, and a determination to
pursue It in the future. The duties of the
press and the public are reciprocal. The pa
per which labors for the public good deserves
the public support And as nothing more
fully exhibit the character and prosperity of
a people than the character and prosperity of
their paper, lu conductors art bound to do
' their best, aud the public to aid them in
We are aware that the want of greater
mail facilities has done much to narrow our
clrculntion, but hope this disadvantage will
net serve as an apology for those who might,
without much inconvenience, extend, the
limit or our sphere of action, and thereby
enable ns U publiau' a paper improved in
proportion to Its Increased prosperity. We
iuk nothing as a more personal fuvor to us,
but base our claim upon the ground of mu
tual advantage. And whether hi claim be
allowed or not, we wish oue and ail' happy
. Stbwat CoLLini. We are authorized J
strt'.e that Mr. D. M. Qcari.ks, will open a
Classical Male School, in the College build
ing, on the drat Muuday in February next.
Mr. Quarle is a graduate of tho University
of Virginia, and has had much experience
as a teacher. Having mislaid bis advertise
ment, the torms will be made known here
utter. Evaxsvilli, HaKDiiisoif and Nasdvilli
IUilboak OrEM to Tpkxtos, Kt. A train
leaves the crossing of Louisville ft Nashville
Railroad at State Lino, daily, at 7:10 a. x,
connecting nt Trenton with first class Stages
for Hopkinaville and Madisonville. A train
will also leave Trenton daily, upon the arri
val of the Stage from IUpklnsville, making
close connection at State Line with trains
from Memphis and Louisville.
8ca4he card of Mr. J. D. Tnpscott, Archi
tect, Engineer and Surveyor. He Is a gen
tlcroan, in every tense of the word. Com
petent to everything be undertakes, and too
honest to undertake anything for which he
is not competent. Read hi card carefully
and call upon him for any rerviccs be pro
poses to render. .
Ir you want coal or hay, call at the
Wharf boat of F. P. Gracey ft Bro.
Vam.'Abi.e Town Lots roa Sal. On Sat
urday Ibo 11th Inst, J. W. Jonks, will
sell fire valuable lot fronting on 6th and
Madison streets. On one of these lots is a
convenient and comfortable frame dwelling
house. ' This is valuable property, and now
is time to buv. A plat can be seen at the
office of Joues ft Jobusou on Strawberry
Count Stone. Last Friday, by invita
tion, Mr. Frizzoll, of Winchester, delivered
(in elegant and interesting address, at the
Presbyterian Church, after which the frater
nity proceeded to lay the corner stone of tho
new Baptist Church. The ceremonies were
Very Imposing, and conducted with much or
der. Space.forbids further mention.
Tiiiinary lt, 1HH.
Alter this date our business is exclusive
I)' Cash. If a ticket is made it is with the
understanding that it is to be paid the same
day or at farthest the day following.
CRl'SMAN ft C1IKSXUT.
Jan. 3. 18C8-4W.
Kniioy tlits DlMinny
Whirk would jtrrvaU m tkoutamh oj Jluiue
huhU if it should be suddenly announced
throughout tho United States, Cauadas, the
Writ India and Spanish America that no
moro HOSTETTER'S BITTEUS would be
manufactured, aud tuat henceforth he f rand
lywyfc Jot Ityn'rptia, and preventive of all
m.ilariuiis diseases would be iost to tiix
wout.li I The bilious, the feeble, the despon
dent; the traveler, the voyager, tho miner,
the scclantary student) the settler on the
frontier of civilisation; the toller; cooped up
in crowded city tenements; the convales
cent, needing au luvigoract; the shivering
ictim of ague, aud the nervous of both
aeicscvory where, would learn, with grief too
deep fur words, that the most celebrated cor
reetive, iuvlgnraiit and alterative of the age,
ImJ beeu blotted out of eusteuce. As a
preparatory antidote to epidemic disease, a
geuial stimulant, a promoter of ronstitu
liuual vigor, ua nppelizpr, a stomachic, and
a remedy for ne-voui debility, no medirl-
nal preparatiuu has ever attained the repU'
tatioaof IIOSTETTKR-8 BITTER S. It 1.
the Household Touic of the American peo
plehas bean ao for twenty yuan, and in
all human probability will be so for ceuiu
ries to come. The magnates of Siieiics
iK'ognuc in merits; and that it is emphati
cally the un-Uieine of tba utasse is pi-oved
t v its vast and ever incrusv-ing taias.
Jan. :i, 18ii-liu
la this citv on the 17th ulu, Hf lU-v. A.
1). hu, II U. II. llHoN.Aiun, ol t'lirit
timi county Ky, to SI in Itouuis KaLkinaw,
ui tins city.
In tlit citv on the llth ulL by Rev
W iiLi B..KM M.iost v, Ma. I'.rta Owsn, of
Jenviwiiiville, hid. to Mum LitilK lliiikiT,
o( Uii city.
In Ibis Ctiuuty on lth ult., by tbe Rev.
II. W. I3iuwn, Mh. i;.tKi;T I !hon to
1 t v Jam' lu , M'. f ll - umii.iv
I take Ibis occasion to return my thanks
to the many friend of -the lata firm of T. A
R, B. llcCulloch for the liberal patronage
extended to us during the existence of laid
firm, and will further add, that It i my In
tenlion to continue the Clothing business at
the stand recently occupied by us. The bus
iness will be conducted on the same liberal
"S1 scale which has marked the progress of onr
Tl ! !. 4 I 1QJR ITUm
stocks will be kept full and well assorted,
and will consist of the very best good the
New York market affords. Cash will be
paid for the stocks when purchased, and by
selling tbem on the same terms, I hope to
secure to my patrons the very best ofgoods
at reasonable prices.
r. e. Mcculloch.
Januarys, 1808 iw.
I having sold all my interest in the 6rm
of J. WOOD k CO., to W. H. Armstrong,
D. Kincannon ia authorized to settle the
business of the old firm. Those indebted
will pleas call and settle.
Jan. 3, '68-2W. J. WOOD. '
Christmas and New .Year's Gifts.
If you want, a nice Christmas and New
Year' Gill, buy Wheeler ft Wilson' Im
proved Sewing Machine, from
N. F. UOOD, Ag't, Clarksville.
Machines delivered free of charge.
Dec. 20, 18C7-2w
We are vow prepared to furnish FAMILY
GROCERIES, Wholesale or Retail, deli v.
ered free of charge, anywhere within the
corporate limits. Families supplied at short
notice. Country merchant will find it to
their advantage to give us a call before pur
THOMAS, NEBLETT ft CO.
Dec. 20, 186T-4t,
and tbe Coming New Tear'i Day.
If there be any families, ladies or gentle
men, or intending purchasers of Dry Goods,
who have not yet visited our branch estab
lishment at Clarksville, Tennessee, they
haf e now good opportunity, as they will
find a varied assortment of desirable, seas
onable aoi fashionable Dry Goods, at very
reasonable pr.'.ce"i besides the special ad
vantage of being enabled to order any ar
ticle not there found, from our elcgnnt and
extensive stock, at 40 J.ffrtOB itreet, Lou-
MILLS. RACK A: 85 KB.
Cloak and Mantilla Manufacturers," n(1 Dr7
Goods Merchant,. Trade Palace, Bronu ana
old stand, Franklin street, opposite PubU.c
Square Clarksville, Tennessee.
December 20, I86T tf.
A splendid lot of Silver Plated Ware
for Christian Present just received at
Rogers' House Furnishing Emporium.
Dec. 20, 1867-lt.
NEW HYMN 1IOOK8 I
Tbe Psalms and Hymns adopted by the
the General Assembly of the Presbyterian
Church (South) and published by the Com
mittee of Publication, Richmond, Virginia,
just received, and will be told at publisher's
prices. Jas, W. Hdmr, Agt.,
1st National Bank.
Dec. 20, 1867-tf.
An Eminent Man once said:
"Learn to thank not him only who has
digged out treasure for thee but has lighted
thee a candle to tbe place" which we think
an admirable sentiment. And that all men
may be the bettor enabled to follow it out
snpRest, the place is C. n. MORRISO I
CD'S Family Gbotery, where can be found
treasures of good thingi, and ready and
liberal Lands to dual thorn out for moderate
Dec. 13, 18G7-tf
JOHN W. FAXON,
At tbfi Northern Bank of Tennessee) Is the
authorized Agent (ur
Dt-Bow's Review) Nashville Banner;
Nashville Villon t Dispatch ) Natth
vlllo Gazette Lonlsvllle Courier and
Subscriptions forwarded free of charge
iehen accompanitd by the Cjthl
Clarksville, Tenn., Dec. 6, 1867-lm.
A very carefully selected stock of Staple
and Fancy Groceries, Canned Fruits and
Vegetables (puie and fresh) Jellies, Cove
Oyster, Spiced and Pickled Oysters, (dell
clous for lunch,) Worcestershire Sauce, Flue
French Table Mustard. oda and Butter
Crackers. Imperial green Tca( English
Breakfast Tea, eicellent flavor.
liaisons, Almonds, Dried Fruits, Hominy,
Rice, and in short, everything uict and
good, usually kept iu a first class Family
(Iroeery, Just received aud for tale on
reasonable terms at
C. II. M0RR1S0X ii C0'8.
Franklin St. nearly opposite Court-bouse,
December 0, lHOT-tf.
Iniini'iiMO Mtoolf G rent
V, Kleenian has In store one of the larg
est stocks of Dry (oods, Clothing,
Boots Shoe, and Notions ever brfbre
oflVred to tlio cititens of Clarksville all of
which were bought sine the great decline in
price. Tht best brands of lrlltt sit
1 Vi l-Xi Ousitat, nnd other article
iu proK)rtion. fall and examine my stock
and let my statement be verified.
t ranklia at
Nov. 8, 188T-if.
The co-partnership heretofore eiUting be
tween Thomas MoCulluck and It. 8. Mci'ul
lix.li, un.l.ir the lirm title of T. K. hi
McCulliirh, expired January 1st, MSI, by
limitation. AU parvous kauwiog Ibemtelves
inilvtilad to said firm will please come for.
ward without dehiy aud act l la their iudebt
R. K. M.-on.i.ooii,
J.in rt, IHf.a 4w.
,VBECE1VE ALMOST. JJVBRY PAY,:7
.S. vJ . v.
NEW GOODS; BOOTSrAND jSHOES,
, .BOUGHT FOB CASH, , y ,
'. ! h': '1 ! WHICH THEY SELL FOB ,
Giving their customers the doublt advantagt'of always finding a large stock of Fresh
UooUt Irora WDtcn to select, ana M tat lowest price, i ney now nave, m
The finest assortment of Good, perhaps, ever exhibited. In midwinter In Clarksville.
Everv one can ancrrciate the advantages of finding in our house all tbe article needed.
especially at Uniformly Low1 llntess. Reader, please try our house this
year. We know yon will not lose, and honestly believe you will SAVE TIME AND
MONEY. You will save TIME by finding what yon want, and MONEY by getting the
article at the L O WE S T CASH
.i New "Wholesale and Retail
BOOTiLKID SHOE STORE
OPENED. BY r.
. .Coulter & Hillman,
Tbt Goods all bought from the MANUFACTURERS, FOR CASH, at REDUCED
i'KILEo. Tbe consumer bat nut one pront to
ill we ask la a Small Advance on
No one can full to see tbe advantage of
to examine our new supply, fsifc, Hundred
since the 1st of December, wben we commenced tins as a separate branch or oar business.
This is no eiageration. Coma and price our goods and save your money. Wt will be
glad to see you, We will gladly show you our goods, for wt art very anxious for every
one to know where to buy at the lowest price. , ' . "
The Largest Stock and Greatest Variety of Ladles' Misses' and
Children's Shoes, perhaps ever opened In Clarksrille,
, Is to be found at the
NEW WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
COULTER & IIILLLIlN.
Misses' Polish Boots, in new and beautiful styles.
Children's Shoes, in all styles and at low prices.
Shoes, without heels, for old ladies.
Kid, Goat, Lasting, Oloy e
Shoes for Ladies and Misses, made of Jhe best materials
and by the most reliable manufacturers.
Buskins, Slippers, Gum Sandals, Cork Soles.
Artie Overshoes for Ladies and Gentlemen.
uflaio " " ;
ti.. t .a;. V Rooms adjoining the retail portion of onr Shot Store are comfortablr
An j k.- ladies visillnjc our room
and all specially lnvtl wilD freIuen' viit , , . .
Very reapectfu. Vi a vu
Clarksville, January 2, , 1868-ly
On Tuesday, the 7th day of January, 68,
I will sell, to the highest bidder, at the lave
residence of Johfl Keesee, dee'd, tbe House
hold and Kitchen Furniture, Farming Imple
ment, Horses, Mules, Cattle, Sheep, Stock
Hogs ana baltca fork Belonging io ms es
tate. Term of tale all turn under 920 cash ;
all sums over 'J0 a credit of six months
Notes with approved security required. No
property delivered uutil tho terms of sale
are complied with.
All persons indebted to the estate will
come forward aud settle, and those having
claims against said estate will 'present them
duly authenticated according to law.
At the same time and place tbt heirs will
rent the farm tor ths year 1808.
Dec. 20, 1867-2U
VACANT LOT TOR SALE.
At public auction, nt Ui Court-house, in
the town of Clarksville, on Saturday, 4th
day of January next, situated on the Nash
villa road, bounded east uy u. w. tlgn,
north by Ilrudlcy's Brickyard, containing
A acres more or less the property of Mrs.
K. j. ureenhe'O.
- Tutus. One-half the purchase money
cash, tbe balance in l'i montlis, a Ileo on
the property to secure the payment. Refer
to Mr. fi. Withers. A small portion of (aid
lot only within the corporation.
Dec. 20, '07-2w
ILuolc to Your Ileultli.
'May good digestion wait On appetite and
health on both," suy Macbeth, a wish we
heartily Joio in, and a a mean to that end,
would auggest thut EVERYBODY bur their
Grocery Supplies from C. II. MORRISON
& Co., where they can be had ef the purest
and freshest kluds, and warranted Ootxl.
December 6, 186T -tf.
Malaga llalslus, Soft Shell
Almonds, Filberts, Currants &
Dried Fruits nt
O. II. MORRISON CO'S
December 6, 1867 tf.
33 1-3 per rent., less than ever
oucreu since me war, ai
THAI) i: PALACI2,
OPPOSITE TUK SQUARE I
rinmMtifa at a rrrat reiluctlnn from form.
er prices. Dont buy uutil you bav seen our
DROADDUS' OLD STAND.
C. H. MORRISON & CO.,
Have just received a cast or Fint FKKXCU
TABLE M16TABD. Families mist a treat
that do not use IU It U excellent on cold
meats. Try It.
Dec. 6, 1867-li
FKKPAKE FOR HIXTER.
Klkkuam : Con have dissolved partner'
ship, and the undersigned will continue bus
In cos at the old stand, on Franklin street,
where he Is opening the largest, most most
varied and best selected stock of clothing
and Gent. Furnishing Good ever brought
to this city. CU and examint tht stock.
Jimmy Moaaiav still retains his position,
us Salesman, and will take pleasure in wait
ing npnq customer. ' 'II. HKRMAN,
f-j'tcinccr l i, 1807 tf.
r HI VIS 8.
pay. , , . . .
the actual cost of prodactlon.
buying onr Shoe who will take the trouble
bav realised the benefit of onr low prices
Kid, French Calf, and heavy
will find them convenient and strictly private,'
x - . J. k m..xxaxm.as .
: v . O
dim & mm,
Particular Attention Given y to
. tbe Purchase ana Bale .
' ' ' I ' 7
FRESH IBttlYiL OF !
Conslstlns as ' Follows I
Bacon, Cheese, Sugars, Flotir, Coffee, Mack-
. erel, oysters, Herrings, urat-Rer, can
dles, Brooms, Uucket, Washboards,
Tubs, Starch, Spices, Ginger,
ludigo, Madder, Molasses;
Syrups. Salt, Field
Seeds, Nails, (--..
Ac. Ao. ' I
Which we bropose to sell at the lowest Mar
Call and tee ns, tnd wt will givf yon the
worth of your money, a we ioterid to help
build up the Grocery trade at It waa before
the war, if industry and close application to
ousiness will acoomplisb tun end.
All Hoods Musi be Paid In Cask on
delivery of the Uoods.
Wt will ketp no Book mid mak no tirkettl
All Goods will be delivered free of charges
wiium toe limits or tnt eoiporauon.
Of f very Kind and Variety at Nana
tactarers I'rUet alth Vrelaht
Floltt ithtl Qarden Seed
Of every kind. ,
M. At W.
Nov. 1, 186T-ly.
Hotlur with Wooden TVart Serewt at an End.
We art now prepared to furbish Planters
with a durable Iron Prise Screw of our own
Manufacture, complete, at tht low price of
(35. Three Bcrvwt art (uitable for tmall
planters. '.'. . v
, Extra Large Size manufactured," M utual
complete, at (90.
These Screw art adapted to tht use of
Couutry Buyert aud large plantvirt." .
U.K. BURNLKY it preparedlo (tuideora
meal, In any quantity, at bis mill, near tbe
Big Poud. on Franklin Street.
J. A. BATES k CO
' Clarksville, Tean,
Nov. J9, 'eT-Jm.
A choice artida, Just received, by
C. 11. MORRISON 4 CO.
Dec. 8, 1807-lf
v ; 4 ;
Gr armltxted ' gugrar.
Sajrap Loaf Syrup,
Hfoetha Ooilee, -
Apple - Brandy --(Two
...' -' .
I?itts Old Whislcy,
New Layer 'Haisins
in whole, half and quarter boxes,
New Fig's, --(drums and
" ' ' ... . v . -
4 - -
WITH SUCH OTHER ARTJCLE3 AS
n' - -
COMPOSE ONE OF THE ' .
". . - i v. - V. J -
MOSt VARIED ASSORTMENTS
Btapio And Faiitfy
EVER OFFERED TO TOE TRADE,
At sow bit.io
front tht largest
Iail0rter aid Broken l Ue tnl
. i ' i : . i
AND orrED At A
IA. Merchants ftr espe
cially Invited to compare
our PRICE LISTS with oth
CR16MAN k CttESXTf .
CUrkivitle, Pet. JO, leOT.
17 Tr I' wr P. with C. J
- : ; ';:'.'i -
THR ABOVE, WHEN CORRECTLY IN
TERPRETED MEANS , , .T ..
C. H. JONS.
INSURE YOUR LIFE
15 $ v
And thus render your families Impervious to
tht operations of tht
The Main Cause of so many
Failures In Life Is Man's prone-
ness to believe tnattne present,
If Ansplelons, will last always.
This error has cost the World
nearly as much as War.
Life Insurance Company
OF NEW YORK,
HAS ASSETS OF $100,000
Hi Offlcen are Men of Integrity.
Iti Management Ii Beeond to tone.
IU Principle are Safe,
IU Bate art) low.
Its Plant Admirable. '
IU promptness baa beei demonstrated
Lift Insurance i patronized by tbt best and
most Intelligent men in tht world No ont
can afford to be without it.
Get Fire, Marine, Life, Accident
and Lire Stock Insur
- ance from the-
C II. JONES.
THE following First Class thsuranct Com
panies are represented, viz:
JEtna Fire inndratice Company, of
Homo Insarance Co., of New jiaven.
Tennessee Marine and Fire Insur
ance Company, of Nashville.
State Insarance Company, of Kash-
ville. ' ' i v.t I
lorth AmcrlcA Lift) Insttrante Co.,
of New York.
Trayeleri' Accident Insarance Corn
pany, of Hartford
Rational iTore Insttrante Comp'y.
of Kentucky ahd Tenneeset, (lasurt Horiet
aad Mule tgalust Death and Theft.) '
AU Patrons of this Agency till
have no Occasion for Regret at
Bestowal of Patronage
Cash jCapital Bofrosonted,
"O.Sol j3 MORS THAU
..-. i - : i ' .-' 1 1
INHTJJtlS A.X OIVCE
. " WITH
O. II. JONES.
Jua T, lf7 ly."
' Flvt Btlt. Cider Vinepiry
. win - '
ip to clow ctnsifrnasent,
THOMAS. NEBLBTT A CO.
WE are now rtetlvinc tvery few tv.
pood Butter. Hams, dried Beef Tongues,
BrtJtkfatl Baooa and Cbeet. For sale cheap.
CHOICE FAJtULT FLOrR.
Clarksvlllt City Mills' Flour.
Kicelsior (Ntsr York) " ..
Potomat ' '
At market prices (delivered). -
THOMAS, NEBLETT A CO.
FRESH USD I
6 Hl Lard, akra Lard in Standi and la
tuaotitie to (tit.,
handles in , and W bolt JJtxet.
THOMAS, NEBLETT A CO,
Oyatera and Fish.
A (rood sopply of Cove Oysters.
Mackerel Not. 1, 2 and 3 iu Kit.
In half aad Whole Bblt.
Pickerel and White Fish. Ranlines.
THOMAS, NKBLKTT k CO,
' CHEAP fiTATIOJEBTt V
Cap, Note tnd Latter Paper,
Legal Cap and Record Paper.
Envelopes assorted). Will tell cheat) ta
cwec consignment. - - -
THUMASJ, NEBLETT CO.
. A fbesiTsTpply or ,
Snptrt, Coffee, Chewing Tobacco, Scotch
enuir, Btarcti wrapping Paper. Eegla
ByruD, Buckets, lirooms, Blacking,
- Nails, Tea, Shot, Mustard,
, . Cheese, Match, Patent ,
' ' ' Churn, Soap, Rope,
Bed Cord. Ac . -
Trade of Merchants and Families Solicited.
TUONAN, NEBLETT A C0.t
Public Square, Clarktvllle, Tenn.
k (l fO.,
Paints Oils, .
Perfumery, Soaps, ,
Brushes ol all kinds,
Domestlo Liquid Dyes,
Bourbon Whiskey, --f
And all articles heces
sary or useful in the Sickl
W art receiving fresh ttippl'ie, everjd
wk, and prepared to furnish aar t uao
kitie the market may demand,
At TEST LOW PRICES.
YVt call the attention of Contractors
Hdlldersand Painters, to our large dock of
Witt T 13 LHAD,
md Window Ulna, and all article In tb
way ef i'aiutera' natenal, which wt arr
ellius at a aMALL advance on inaunu ;
aoturers' hrlces. Orders from physician
uromntlv flllod. At tha aitrU of the "Uu.
August 10, Util-tf. . . ...
NoV. 29, liT-tt
FOR WINTER WE AH!
ut., now opening at
Com and look at onr Good beibrt pur
chasing elsewhere. Wt will glvt yon bar
faint. Mills, tACt At 8XTDEI.
Briacli f Tra falMC, . .
sw, a, leoi-w.
HOTICK KITIUOtBlSAMI I
ALL rCUHUNS kaowlag tkaaaaclft ia-
demed to tb f ret of NaaLCTT Ctassr, U!
center fitor vy t alllt-g on1 mnic
Notice to Hothera
i'vJA. I rYi : i i.
DR. 6CADROOK 8
mm sooTjiiNG sun
V' havt, by purchaat of the original re
ceipt, becoma tole proprietor of this celebra
ted Medicine, Wt iskvyoa to-gWt it a trial
with an tstunraca that yon will In future
discard all those Maaceu and destructive
stuffs, tuch as Batemaw't Drept, Uodfrey t
Cordial, Dewec't kllxturt, e, combination
of a past and anti-pfogreseivt tgi, when it
was thought that tbt mora disgusting tba
mixture tht better tbt medicine.
L'sr In tha future nntv fteHftAva a mm'
Mnatiun quit np with tlrt tdvancemrat of
the aM. I'lMUUnt l IdVa kr.l I- t,m
action, efficient and reliable' fn all case. In
valuable la tht following diseases, - - t
Summer Complaint, Irregvlarl-
lies oi me none is, it en tire
ncss, Tecthlnir. At.
Gives health to tht child andrnl to (lit nerVr.
We Could iriva anv nnanttl nt -nir.t.-
bearing evidences of its superior qualities,
bnt prefer that our medicine should stand oa
its own merits, which it will do upon trial.
Elixir of Pyrophosphate of Iron
Tbt elegant combination posscssr all tht
best tor to properties of peruvlan bark and
Iron, without the disagreeable tastt and bad
effects of either, separately or In other prep
arations, of these valuable medicines. It
should be taken in all cases wben a gentlt
tonic Impression it reqnired after eonvalet
cenea from rtvcaa or other debilitating dis
eases, or in tboa distressing iaasoutaairtn
pernliar to female. No Itmale should bt
without it, if liable to tuch diseases, for noth
ing can well tukt it place.. .,
JAMES RUDDLE & CO.,
Ioulsj vlllo, ICy.
PURIFY YOUR DLOOD
Hurley's Sarsaparilla t
Of all tht remedies that have been discov
ered during the present age for the "thou
sand lilt that flesh it beir to," none equal
tnlt woooertui preparation. . Unty ten yeart
have tlapacd since the discoverer (who spent
t decade in studying experiment, aud per
fecting ii) first introduced it to tbt public
ana it w aireaay reeognuea o tne moat em
inent physicians in all parts of tht country,
to be tbe most surprising and effective reme
dy for certain diseases of which they hart
AU other Compounds or Syrups of this
root bav hitherto failed tt .command tht
sanction of tba Faculty, because on being
tested, they havt been found to contain not
ioat ingredients which neutralist tkt good
effects of tbe Sarsaparilla, and oftentimes in
jure tht health of tht patleat. It it not to
with Hurley t preparation.
This is ths pore aad genuine titract of tba
root, and will, on trial, be found to effect a
certain and perfect curt of tht following
complaints and diseases ( , , . . ,
Affections of tht Bones, Habitual OottlveMtss,
Debility, Diaaaeea of ttw Khincya, Dyf 1
pepaia, Erysiioko, Female Irregular
ities, Fistula, all ekla dhwases, .
Liver Complaint, Indiges
tion, Pilot, Pulmo
' nary Disease.
,'" syphiin, , v - ;
l-" - Scrofula, t Kiog'i Evil. '-
HURLEY'S AGUE TONIC I
PERFECTLY RELIA.BLS !
The only remedy for Chills and Fever or
Ague and Fever that is or can tit defended
upon is Hurley's AgutToalc Then have been
thousands cured by using it who bad tried
the usual remedies wituout benefit; bukia
no case has . ' 1 ; '
Hurley uo Tonio
failed to effect a care, au who bav
used it cheerlnlljr tell their afflicted friends
of It as a sum aid certain euie for chills aud
fever. An-y ont tafTering from tht chills
would consult their own interest by sending
to a drag Mora and buying a bottle. It is
pleasant to take, compared with otbets, and
will bt certain to cure all eases of fever and
ague or chills and fever. Send for It to tht
; ' 1I1J llLE YH
roriLAU WORM CANDY t
As this Is really a specific fbr warms, tad
the beit md mott pataiabli form to give to
ehildtva, it I not surprising that it is last ta
king tti pMice of all oilier pre)uraUona fot
worms it being perfectly tasteless, any child
will take Iu
JAMES RUDDLE 4 CO., Proprietors.
" Lost of Apti " " '
i(retlo, Pvpepi, '
' ' Want of aetma of the Llvc' ' '
t)R DtSODKREl STOMACIT,
'' There are wo Bitters that eat eemnart
with tlrest In removing thest distreaslnt
cpmpmlnts. Kor salt or enn be bad tl any
drng store In tht United States,' or from tbt
proprietors. ' J AX 8 KUUDLB ft CU.
.. , ... kounvwe, Ky,
Oriental Pfcarl Drops !
For beautifying tht completion, effectually
Mmavintf lull. Freckle. Ulraj.iuft M.nd irtvlnv
Hie skiu an, alagu'it tiuoolhaest tot easily
allaiued bv aur other, lta usa amonir tha
tnrtiM of LLa i&l. tiiua It a cliarf'.ti,r flip
efheieaey ahicb at one itamps it as iuhuite
ty sujiertur mr tue mii oi any lauy
iJnglisli' Hbrse .IJiiiment
(las proven lUvlf on of tha bet Llnlmentt
made for Sprains, Brnlset, a, la all caset
wbet (fied tut eKher suan or Wt, and will
do ail wt claim for it. Trv a tot lie, and wt
art satisfied yon will ntver afterward tut
JAMES BUDDIE k (0.,
IVo. 13, Ilullitt Htr't
For salt by S. B. SUwart, Tbos Fluley,
aad I'uUm Uroe., Clarksville, T u,
No. B, i-JOT Cm,