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J. 8..KifiBLRTT, , . E.itOT.
Ratm Of Aovsbtisisq.--Ons Dollar per
quart of Ttrf Ush. ' -
,..JAN, 10, 1B68.
A Cross Mafk.Io future we wilt make
.fnMiiMrt mi tht murirln of our paper, H
a ontificat'oo to All patrons whose time of
inscription hit expired, look ouv ror me
cross mark asd renew your tubtcrlption at
V8 Srst pugs for editorial and miscella
Gold opened in New York on tlie 7th Inst
at 135J, edvauclng to 13TJ, and closed at
THE TRADE OF tLAKKHYILLK.
. The Impression lecrui to prevail very gen
erally, that the fate of Clarksville as busi
ness point, will be determined In a tery
shorl time, with the chances rather against It.
In this opinion we concur fully. Soma ex
press mrprlst Hurt there should exist a doubt
that Clarksville should prosper and grow,
because U Is In the midst of a feitile region,
with a fine navigable river at lu door, a
railroad running through It, which with Its
connections will soon bring the town within
two or three hour of an exhauelless supply
of coal. , It U trot 'that these afford advan
tages, which if properly Improved, will lead
to wealth and prosperity! but it roust be re
membered that both river and railroad lead
to otter points more or less remote aud offer
to those points the same facilities afforded to
ns, and the coal, to valuable under cirtain
conditions, is a mere convenience when used
only In family grates, Instead of driving
ir the river were doubled in site, and the
roads in number, and the coal lo quantity, it
would avit nothing to tha prosperity of
Claiktvlllc without llit Interventkm of en
ergetic business men, and the application of
cipltitl to the development of these Inciden
tal advantages. Trade is the ba9is of "wealth
and growth of towns tod cities, and those
wbo so direct their energies so as to Increase
the trade of Clarksville are Its only bene
factors and the only parties deserving the
thanks and lit support of its citiiens. Take
the two branches dry goods and groceries
and a very superficial enquiry will satisfy
any one that llieie is In llilsellT, county and
In the B'boiiiing counties of Kentucky, a
vast diniand which may be supplied by this
phce if Ihe proper Inducements full assort
ments and moderate prices, be held out to
the consumers. As a general rule, the
country merchant and grocer buy from the
same ji.hbers with the towu dealers and on
the same terms; this leads to uniformity in
high prices, and the country buyer finding
no advantage iu coming to town tor his
supplies, goes to the nearest store and saves,
at leant, a Hub time. But suppose the town
merchant or grocer with capital at his com
mand, hnTSof first hands, for cash, Instead of
from Jobbers, he of count saves that Job
bers profit, and from six to eighteen per
cent which those pay who buy on time,
can be not bflVr to consumers, fir and near,
bargain which will pay them for a trip lo
ton ? This same reasoning applies to every
lianrh of trade, and if capital and energy
were iipplii d in this direction, trade would
be invited to this poiut, aud in proportion
to I'd increase, would be the enlargement of
trader's nprralions and profits, with corres
ponding advantages to the cotismncrs. With
this increase of business and capital, will
come the development of the advantages
of river and railroad and coal mines. There
fore we repent that the pioneers, in the rys
tem of buying cheap for cash, and selling
onllissajiut terms, will be public benefac-
tors, entitled lo the patronage and thanks
ot tbt couimiKiity.
We have confined our remarks to
b.anrhes of trade already established here,
leaving it to tht good sense of tht reader
to apply them to the establishment of manu
facture of various kinds adapted to our
wants tnd changed circumstances, and offer,
in elucidation of tht truth of our position,
the fact that our tobacco trade has been re
stored to us through the energies of those
Criminal C'ot'HT. Circuit and Criminal
Court will opeu ia this place next Monday
The Jail it nearly full of criminals and we
may expect a lively time In the conrt-ruora,
for the next two or three weeks.
TtAOt SAlt.-Wt cull the attention of
Country merchant to tha Trade Salt of !
Crtisman k Chesnut, on tht tOth, believing
thai, In quantity, quality and price, they
can suit themselves here about at well as
Tat Rivxii. We are happy to announce
that the river it nuw high enough fur the
largest boats, with a prospect of continuing
t.i. For Information In reference to ship
ments, or passxe by boats, see Ihe adver
tisements of F. P. Orarey A Bro.
riant Last Friday night the kitchen,
amokebouto and citeru-houe, of John F.
l outs, on Main street, was consumed by fire.
Tue main building and furniture wcro dam
ailed, but u these Mr Couu wa inaurcd.
We regret, also, lo date that Mr. Jobn J.
Massle had one of hi arms broken whillst
working at the fire, lu this connection we
would state that it is bad policy to Irar
windows and doors down Ihe first thing ia
rast of fire, as this gives the wind and flames
full access lo all prt of the building.
A Ntw IUkc ' The Montgomery Hav.
log Institution," t corporation chartered bj r
the prawnl session of the Lcgitlelure, b
organised by lue elecltuu ul llieiul -
lo ini board of Directors, vix: ft. O. Kee
sve, R. n. William. 11. C. Mirntt, Jobn F.
Il.uno and ('. . Smith.
Tbe Direclort have elected It. O. Keesee
President, aud Jos-ph K. Broaddus laahiir.
1 Ills Hank will be siluatcJ on Ibe West side
l:.o Public Square, next donr North of tbe
Naiioiul II ink, and will be open on tbe 1Mb
De l. w's l!virir. We have on our tv
b!e De Bow't Review, for IVcembrr, and it
fully tuitaiu lli lnli character it ba wou
for utility and gt iioriil utility. The i-ontenta
af Ibis aumbrf - rs-ik ) tr ,f gr-nt ia-
Kbw.Pam. -Wt have received the first
number of the "Caioii Cut HiaatD," pub
lished la I'titn City, Qblon tounty. It is a
paper of good six aud well filled, and prom
tsea to da (otd tor vice 1b tht canst of freedom.
PRts8TrtM Cirntcii. Rev Dr. Bunting,
of Pasbvilla, preached in tht Prsebyterlan
Church last Sabbath week, and declared tbt
pulpit vacant. At tbt aamt time a unan'.
mow call was made to Rev. D. O. Daviet,
of Paris, Kentucky, to become their pastor,
with a salary of two thousand dollars.
Mr. Davies is said to be a young man of
superior talents, an earnest and eloquent
The following resolutions, relative to Dr.
Wardlaw, the retiring pastor, were passed
unanimously by the congregation, end we
will add that we believe the entire commu nity
join the cbiroh In their regrets at bit
removal, and admiration of him at a chris
tian gentleman and scholar. ,
On last sabbath DV! Wardlaw preached, and
stated lhat bit church had not only mot all
theirpecuniary obligations to him, but lhat he
had received several hundred dollars In ad
dition from members of hit congregation,
and that in tht tamt liberal spirit had ihey
always acted towards him:
Wmmi', The Rev. T. Wardlaw, V. D.
our much beloved Pastor, in Hie Providence
of God. conceives It to be his duty to remove
to another field of labor, and
Witr.nu.AT, He has ever been to us a loving
and faithful Pa'ior. and we have been great
1v profited and blest by exposition of the
Holy Scriptures, hit christian example, and
earnest self sacrificing labor?, Therefore
Jletolved, That it is with unfeigned regret
that we are called upon to sunder those tender
ties which bind Jogether Pastor and people,
which have so long united ns In this pleas
ant relation, and that in so doing, we desire
to express for him, as a Pastor, our nnabated
devotion, and as a christian gentleman, and
profound scholar, our admiration,
Ruolved, That we affectionately tender
him our sincere wishes, and will continue to
offer fur him, our earnest prayers for his hap
pines, prosperity and usefulness in his new
field of labor, r wherever providence may
cast bit lot In the future.
' Gone Cndxr. " Tht Princeton Progrut,"
a newspaper published at Princeton, Ky
has been discontinued, for went of patron,
NcwClotsiko II o est. M. C. Pitman
Co arc opening a clothing store, opposite the
Court house: .This is a reliable firm, and
will sell good articles at the lowest figure.
Tat Sale Tu-mobbow, Don't forget that
J. W. Jones will sell that valuable property
of Mrs. V ilhams to-morrow. Be sure to
attend the sale. ' '
Read the advertisement of Kennedys' In
surance Agency. -It requires no comment
it speaks for itsf If. ' ' T
At the National Hotel, in this city, on tht
8th inst., by llev. W. Moonuy, Mr. a. W
TikjLsy, to Mrs. 8. N. Hullinuhwobtu all
Mrs. Hollingsworih has again shown to
the world, that it is nut "Good lur man to
On the 26lh Dec. 18C7, by Esquire Stew,
art, Mr. Ei. J. CJuptom, to Miss Amanda K.
Nicholson all of this county.
On Ihe 2Gth ult., by Rev. Mr. Ellis, Mr
N. B. Uaknky, to .Miss N. Ei-i'inaux all of
Humphreys county, Tennessee.
I'uuey tlso lMasntay
Which u oulj prevail in thaummU of Uuu
hvUU if it should be tuddunly auuounced
throughout the United States, Canada, the
West India, and Sanisb America that no
more HOSTETTERS BITTrRS would be
nianulocturcd, aud that henceforth Ihey rami
! tftttifit fur Jtytpepsia, and preventive of all
luxurious disease wuuld be tout TO Tilt
The bilious, the feeble, the despon-
the sedantarv student; the settler on the
frontier of civilization; the toiler, cooped up
in crowded city tenement; the convales
cent, needing an invigoru'-.t ; lb shivering
victim of ague, aud the nervous of both
acne every where, would learn, with grief too
deep for words, thai the most celebrated cor
rective, invigoranl and alterative of the age,
had been blotted out of existence. As a
preparatory antidote to epidemic disease, a
genial stimulant, a promoter of constitu
tional vigor, an appetizer, a stomachic, and
a remedy for nervous debility, do medici
nal preparation has ever attaiued tha repu
tation of 1108TKTTERS HITTER'S. It is
the Household Tonic of the American peo-
" ' '""'7 7 .
1,11 humBB probability will be to for cenlu-
..I- 1... 1 . . J l
I rie lo come. The magnate of Science
ecoguize it merit; and Ibat it is emphati
cally Ike medicine of the masaet is proved
by its vast and aver increasing sale.
Jan. 3, 18tS8 lm
Fire loss under my .flina Policy, censed
by burning of my dwelling, has been paid
me, thereby showing that the old -titna it
not only able but willing lo protect Ihe in
Ivrest of those who desire it.
Call on their Agent, C. U. Jones, and get
an .Etna Policy.
A. H. EWI.VO.
Jn. 10, 'OB-lt.
Received of C. II. Jonn, Agent, Two
Thousand Dollars, amount ol my Insurance
Policy l"eu by Tenneatea Marine
I Firf ''"urauce Company. Lost caused
; by burning of my dwelling on lbs 28lu of
November, 18(17. J cheerfully recwimend
tlj4 Company to property owners at just
Ruj iiiwriti, nj aeem their Ageul worthy
A. II. EWINU.
Jan. 10, '08 -1L
The Xorlhtti'sltru Mutual Life lo
turani-e (omp'j 1 Kenned) Agenrjl
(irand turreta for Det-emberl Fori)
I'ollrlet, amount lit 1,000.
Jau. 10, '68-1 w.
1 iiaving sold all uiy interest in the firm
ol J. WlH'U A CO., lo W. II. Armitrong,
1. Kiucannou it aulboriced lo settle Ihe
business of Ihe old firm. Tbos iudebted
wiil p-He rail and ef.
.'..ri ? v . ) Wtli'tl
. A.: CARD. .. ,
. j . -. . . '
I take thl occasion to return my thank'
to tht varry friend af the Into Ana of T.
R.-1. McOollork for tht liberal tMtroiMr
extended to ot daring the existence of tai
firm, ami U1 further add, lhat It it my In
lention to continue the Clothing business a
the stand reoratly oocaplcd by oa The bus
inest will be conducted on the same liber
scale which ha marked the progress of oui
bouse since its establishment In IMS. Tb
stocks will be kept full tnd well astorted
and will consist of the very best goods tin
Hew York market affords. Cash will b
paid for tht stocks wbta purchased, and h
selling them on tbt tame term, I hope U
secure to my patrons the Tery best of good-
at reasonable prlcet.
R. E. McCTJLtOCH.
January 3, 1808 4w.
tjtg. Insure with St. Louis Mutual
aelt aearlylhret millions.
Jan. 10, '68-4W.
Wt tre low psrpared to furnish FAMILY
GROCERIES, Wholesale or Retail, deliv.
errd free of charge, anywhere within tht
corporate limits. Families supplied at hor'
notice. Country merchants trill find It to
their advantage to give us call before pur
THOMAS, NEBLETT CO.
Dec, 20, 1 867-4 1.
Una. Messrs. Yates and Riddell are the
popular Agents of the St Louis Mutual.
Jan. 10, '6B-4w.
and the Coming Hew Yetr't Day.
' If there be any families, ladiet or gentle
men, or intending purchasers of Dry Goods,
wbo have not yet visited our branch estab
lishment at ClarktvUhv Tennessee, they
have now a good opportunity, as they will
find a varied assortment of desirable, seas
onable and .fashionable Dry Goods, at very
reasonable prices, besides the special ad
vantage of being enabled to order any ar
ticle not there found, from our elegant and
extensive stock, at 40 Jefferson street, Lou
MILLS, RACK 8XTDKR,
Cloak and Mantilla Manufacturers, and Dry
Good Merchants, Trade Palace, Broaddus
old stand, Franklin street, opposite Public
Square Clarksville, Tennessee.
December 20, 1867 tf.
tfl. All policies in the St Louit Mutual
Life Insurance Company are non-forfeiting.
Jan. 10,'68-4w. '
. JONES' CATECHISM, ,
Who are the largest patrons of Insurance?
Answer: Tbe cautious business man, now
known at Hit successful merchant and re
tired gentleman. ... , -
Where can I go and get the Genuine ar
ticle? Answer: At the Clarksfltle In
surance Agency of C. H. JONES.
Life's chancel are unequal, how can I
remedy tbt tvil? Answer: By getting a
Policy of Insurance on your Life In tht
North America. None belter Liberal
Prompt Mutual with superior manage
ment. Best Fire and Marine Companies repre
Rates graduated to tbe hazard. Justice
to all is tbe characteristic of Ibis Agency.
Call -to-day, aud have placed tbe teal of
certainty oa the future financial prospects of
i. 11. justs, Agent.
Dec. 13, 1867-tf
All policy holders participate in the
profits of the St. Louis Mutual.
Jan. 10, '63-4 w.
NEW IIY3IIV IIOOItN I
The Psalms and Hymns adc pted by the
tbe General Assembly of Ihe Presbyterian
Church (South) and published by the Com
mittee of Publication, Richmond, Virginia.
just received, and will be sold at publisher's
prices. Jas. W. Hums, Agt.,
1st National Bank.
Dec, 20, lH07-tf.
15. Insure with the St. Louis Mutual
Life Insurance Company, and keep your
capital at home.
Jan. 10, 'GfeUw.
JOHN W. FAXON,
At tha Northern Bank of Tennessee, it tbe
authorized Agent for
Dc How's Review) Nashville Baaner,
Nathvltle Irion t Dlsnatch: Sash
vllle GaietU jLouWvillo Courier and
Subscriptions forwardod fret of charge
v hen accompmiej by tht Cdth!
Clarksville, Teun, Dec. 6, 18G7-6m.
IiiimeitMO Htoclc Great
W. Kleeman bat In store one of the larg
est ttorki of Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, aBd Nollona ever before
offered to the cltizeus of Clarksville all of
which were bought since the great decline In
prices. The best brand of I'rlutte (it
IU Cnt, and other artielet
in proportion. Call and txamine my stock
and let my statement be verified.
Nov. 8, 18C7-tf.
Xoa CJouuty Oflloerat.
We are authorised to announce Jonn D.
IUaplxv at a candidi te for Ihe oHice of Reg.
iiter. of Montgomery County, at the next
Nov. ii, IStiT-te.
We are authorized to announce B. M.
Clivton, at a rjiididate for re-election to
Ibe ollice of UeUtur of Montgomery couu
ty, at the next March election.
For foanty Traslee.
W are authorised Ui annonce Goodlstt
It how x at a raiidiilate for county Trustee
Klerli.in to tk place tbe 1st Saturday in
Man b nest.
Jan. 3rd. 19 tde.
For atate and fouaty Tai Tollector.
W are authorised lo anaounce 1. J.!
Hawis, at a candidal for Stale and county
T ii Co!livur, ul ihe cotu'tie; March elect
.'(flnfl 11 t';'l V
A 1 an extraordinary laductment to the
MERCHANTS of the adjoining Counties,
we will offer,
Jit Auction !
At our storeroom, oa
Wednesaar. Jannarj 29, 1868,
A Large Stocli,
Consisting In part of the following goods:
125 bags Rio Coffee;
50 hhda. new'crop' Louisiana
Sugar; . . ...
50 bbls. new crop Louisiana
25 bbls! ' Crushed, Granulated
and Powdered Sugars;
20 bbls. Coal Oil;
100 packages Star Candles,
50 packages Soap;
20 bbls. Rectified Whiskey;
15 bbls. Copper Distilled Whis
key; 15 kegs Ginger Brandy;
20 kepi Oioger Wine;
12 kegs Cherry Brandy;
15 kegs Blackberry Brandy;
10 kegs Blackberry Wine;
10 kegs Malaga Wine;
100 dot. Fresh Cove Oysters;
2.1 bbls. Butter Crackers;
20 bbls. Cider Vinegar;
1,500 quar. boxes Sardines, (100 io
50 packages Layer Raisins;
50 packages Cheese;
15 cases "Nectar" Bitters;
1,200 lbs. assorted Candy, (in 60
and 25 lb. boxes);
20 boxes Garrett Snuff;
. 80 paokaget Mackerel;
With Starch, Blacking, Brooms,
Buckets, Glass Jars, Flasks, Lamp
Chimneys, Pepper, Splee, Ginger,
Herring, Almonds, Filberts, Pecans,
TERMH, CVHII I
GooJs shipped promptly by
railroad or river, or delivered to wag
ons, the fitst or second dsy after the
cnisM ix k cnmrT.
COULTER & IIILLMAN
' RECEIVE, ALMOST EVERY DAY,
NEWt GObpS,- BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOUGHT FOR CAII,
WHICH THEY SELL FOIt ' 1 '
Qivlag their customers tbe doable advantage of alwayt finding a large ttock of Fresh
Goodi from which to select, aad at tht lowest prices. Taty now have, la .
January, A 1868, , ,
Tht finest assortment of Goods, perhaps, ever exhibited In midwinter In Clarksville.
Every one can appreciate the advantages of finding ba our house all the articles needed,
especially at Uniformly Low ltntets. Reader, please trv oar bouse this
year. We know you will not lose, and honestly believe you will SAVE TIME AND
UU.MtT. - ou will save TIME by finding
articles at the L O WES T CASH
. i'l a .
New "Wholesalo and Retail .1
BOOTilBID SHOE STORES
Coulter & Hillman,
--kv Tbe Goods all bought from tha MANUFACTURERS, FOR CASH, at REDUCED
FKICES. Tbe coosomer bat hut one profit to pay.
All we ask li a Small AdTance
. Ko one cen fail to tee tbe advantage of buying oor Shoes wbo will take Ihe trouble
to examine our new tupply. BO. Hundred have realised the benefits of our law prices
since Ihe 1st ef December, when we commenced this as a separate branch of our basineas.
Thit it no exageration. Come end price our goods and tart your monev. We will be
,uu. 11 wiu gianij snow you
wu w muww WHWV u WJ M IUW IVWVSi pnCeS.
The Largest Stock and Greatest Variety of Ladles' Misses' and
Children's Shoes perhaps erer opened In Clarksville,
Is to be found at the
NEW WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
' ' OPENED BY
COULTER fc IIILL3IATV.
Hisses' 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, Gloy e
Shoes for ladies and Misses,
and by the most reliable manufacturers.
' Buskins, Slippers, Gum Sandals, Cork Soles.
. Artie Overshoes for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Buffalo " " "
The Ladies' Rooms adioinina- tbe retail
fitted np, and the hfdie visiting our rooms
..J .11 : 1 1 . 1 l . J . - r I . l e
Very respectfully, COULTElt Sc HILLMAN.
Clarksville, January 3, 1 868-1
We invite tlie attention of Merchants to our faoilities fur sollinir the
trade HOOTW Iiml HIIOGM. on oa favorable tern.H as
the Jobbers of . ''::'
Nashville, Lonlsvllle and Cincinnati.
We buy all our goods for (-ASH, direct from the Manufacturers
and at as low prices aa they can be bought by any houso. The only differ
ence is in cost of transportation, which is trifling;, and we pledge ourselvos
to duplicate any bills bought in any of these cities. To those who desire
to do a safe business, by purchasing only as they need tbe goods, thus
avoiding any loss by decline in prioes, we are eonfldent we can offer supe
rior inducements, and wa wish an examination of our stock and prices.
Mens' Water Proof Boots. Mens' Sticheddown Boots.
Mens' Grain Boots. Mens' Calf and Kip Boots.
Mens' Low prieed Boots. Mens' Calf and Kip Shoes.
Mens' Calf and Kip Balmorals.
Wire Quilted Shoes, a new article and very desirable for
for laboring men.
Wire Quilted Boots, for Boys, a prime article.
, Wire Quilted Shoes, for Girls.
Boys' Boots and Shoesfull line.
Copper Tipped Shoes always on hand.
, . t . i' 'i . ;
Great care will be taken, at all times, to get Boots and Shoes for boys
and girls that will wear well All tbe above and many others not enume
rated, to be found at the new Shoo Store recently opened by .
COULTER & IIILLMAN.
The past year baa been a disastrous one to very many, and few in
deed, engaged in mercantile pursuits, have realised the eipectationa with
which they commenced business one yesr ago. The great staples of our
country are telling at ruinously low prices. For the past three years our
eropt have been very short. " Large amounts of money have disappeared,
leavjfg, perhaps, lets than ono-hal." the amount that was in the country
at the clone of the wsr. The aearcity of money, the present year, will be
seriouvly felt in this community, and the necessity for an economical adjust
ment of affairs must be apparent to many. V enter upon another year's
business with many misgivings as to its prosperity, for we regard tb com
mercial horison rather gloomy; and in view of these facts wo deem it
proper that we aiprens our firm eonvictloa that our only safety lies in
adhering for the future, as ia tha pat, to the CVh system of doing busi
ness. Any departure, we are attuned, will prove bstsrdous to our inter
ests, nor do wo think any benefit would be derived by the community; on
the contrary, we believe oonsumort sre now buying their goods 15 to 23
percent cheaper than if the credit system prevailed. We are aware of the
difficulty of selling :nly for cash, as in many instances it is more conve
nient for the customer lo buv on a credit, and it ia often hard to aav "mi "
and not give offence, yet realizing as
the prompt cash system, we commence this fear with tbe Used purpose of
making it to tha interest of every one to pay promptly, and we nope thus,
by substantially offering a premium for the cash, to do away with all da
sire to obtain even abort credits. In this connection it may not be im
proper to state, that wa hold our salesmen personally responsible for the
tickets they make.
We expect io labor more faithfully than aver before to pleaae the pub
lio, and to afford tha greatest advantages to all, and we butubly claim that a
thorough trial willoouvince any unprejudiced mind that va offer eatra fa
cilities and inducements. We cordially invite all to visit our ttore.
COULTFR .1 WUMAV.
T --. ,10. .
what you want, and MONEY by getting the
PS I CSS.
on the actual coat of prodactloi.
our goods, I or w are tery aaxtoit for every
Kid, French Calf, and heavy
mad of the best material
portion of our Shoe Store are comfortablv
will find them convenient and strictly private.
we do, the absolute necessity to ns of J
, 4 VIINJSOA.il.
Five Bblt. Cider Vinegar.
6eH sbetn te rinse conntgnment.
THOMAS, KBiJLKTT Jt CO.
WE are now receivins; every few dart,
goo! Butter, Dams, trirt Beef Tongues,
Breakfast Bacon and Cbeeae. For sale cheap.
. THOMAS, NEBLETT ft CO.
CHOICE FAMILY TLOtK.
Clarksville City Mills' Flour.
Excelsior (New York)
At market prices i
EBLETT ft CO.
FRESH USD I T
I bbls. Lard, also Lard ia Standi and In
quantities to tuit.
Candles io (, ) end Whole Boies.
THOMAS, NEBLETT ft CO.,
Oysters and Fish.
A good supply ot Cove Oyslert,
Mackerel Hot. 1, 1 and S ia Kilt. -In
half and Wbolt Bbls.
Pickerel and White FUh. Sardines.
... THOMAS, EBLETT A CU,
Cap, Note and Letter Paper,
, Legal Cap and Record Paper. I
Envelopes (assorted). Will tell ebeap to
THOMAS, NEBLETT It CO.
- Y , v 1 tRESlfsirPLT 01
Sufjars, Coffee, Chewing Tobacco, Scotch
finuff, Starch Wrapping Paper, Eagle
Srao, Buckets, Broom, Blacking,
Nails, Tea, Shot, Mustard,
Cheese, Matches, Patent
Churns, Soap, Hope,
Bed Cords, ftc
Trade of Merchants and Families Solicited.
THOMAS, NEBLETT ft CO.,
Public Square, Clarksville, Tenn.
u lira, mi &. i,
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Brushes of all kinds,
Domestio Liquid Dyes,
Bourbon Whiskey, ,
And all articles neces
sary or useful in the Sick
Wt are recHvlnit fresfc n millet, every!
week, tnd prepared to tiirnisli any quau
Ititiet tbt market may demand,
AT VEBT LOW MICES.
We call the attention of Contractors
Builders and Painters, 'oour Urge slock ot
mid Window Gls, and all articles io tin
ny of Palmers' materiul, which ws arrl
dung at a taAM. advance on maunu
.faciurert' prices. Orders from ubrsicianb
promptly nnea, at ma sign or me
Uold J'vo," rrunklln U.,(:LAKe.SYILLK
August 10, 18U7-U. . ,
Nov. it, ie7-tf.
FOR MINIEH WEAR!
Ac, ftc, uow epenlug at
Tritdo 1? a 1 u o o .
Come tnd look at our GotA$ before pur.
t basing eliewbure. We will give you bar.
MILLS, BACE t SSTBIB.
Braack or Trade Talare,
Dee. e, iat-tf.
j rr ivrty tFSrBifTlON, kutit
Notice to Mothers
ra? mnm mm
We have, by purchase of the original re
ceipt, beeoaietui srapriutor of Ibis rtiebra
led Medtcrne. Wt ask you to give rl a trial
withaa Muranr that you will in futara
diitcard all those nauseous and destructive
stulfs, such at Batesnan'a Crept, Uodfrey's
Cordial, Dewet's Suture, ftc, comblnatloea
of t past and anti-progrtstivt ags wbca It
wnt tbougbt that tlie more ditgusilug the
mliture ihe better the medicine.
Tt In the future only StASttooa'a, a com
bioattoa quite u.i with the advancement f
tbe age. Pleasant to take, harmlese In Its
action, efficient and reliable lu all eases. In
valuable In the following disrates I
Summer ( omrlalnt, Irregulari
ties or the BowelH, Restive
ncss, Teething, Ac.
Oivet health to tbe child and resl tothtmatker.
We could give any qnnnllty of ctrtlficalct
bearing e-ldencet of fit superior qualiiiar,
but prrfri that oor medicine sliould ttaad oa
its own merits, which It will do upon trial.
- DR. SEABROOK'S
Elixir of Pyrophosphate of Iron
This elegant combination pocsetsrt all the
best tonic properties of penivian bark and
Iron, without tbe disagreeable taste aad bad
effects of tither, separately or Is other prep
arations, of these valuable medlclnM. It
should be taken in all casct when a gentle
tonic impression it required after eonralee
cenee from rarest or otbrr debilitating dis
eases, or In those distressing iBBMULAtmn
peculiar to females. No fVmale should be
without it, if Unhla lo such diseases, foraoth
ing can wall take Its placet
JAMES HUDDLE & CO.,
PURIFY YOUR OLOOD
Of all tht remedies that have been dUrot
ered during tbe present agt for tbt "thou
sand Ills that flesh it heir to," Bone equal
this wondeilul preparation. Only Ira years
bare elapsed since the dncovarer (wbo spent
a decade in studying eipcrimenta. aud per
'ecting li) first introduced It to the public,
and it is already iccognUed by the most em
inent physicians ia all parts of tbe country,
to be tbe most surprising and effective reme
dy for certain diseases of which tbey have
V oow ledge.
All othtrj Compounds or Syrnpt ef thit
root have hitherto failed to command Ibe
sanction of tht Faculty, bevau a on bcio
tested, tbey have been found lo contain us
ioMs ingredients wbicb ueutrxlite the food
effects of tlie Sarasparllla, and oftentimes In
jure tbe lienlih of tbe patieul. It it not so
with Hurley's preparation.
Tbit it tbe pure aud genuine extract oftbe
root, aod will, on trial, be found to effect a
certain and perfect cure of tbe following
conipluints sod disease! :
Affections of the Dunes, llnbltoal Oostlveoeasv
Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys, Dys
pepsia, Erysipelas, Female 1 regular
ities. Fistula, nil sklu diseases,
Liver Coinplaiiil, Indiges
tion, t'iU', Pulmo-
(Scrofula, or King's Evil.
HURLEY'S AGUE TOiNIC !
. The only remedy for Chills and Fever ot
Ague tnd Fever that is or cau be depended
upon is Hurley's Ague Tonic. There have been
thousands cured by lining it wbt bad tried
Ihe usual remedies without benefit j but la
no case has
Hurley's Ajjuo Xonlo
failed to effect a cure, aii who bav
used it cheerfully tell their afflicted frieada
of il at a sure and ctrlaiu cure for chills and
fever. Any ont suffering from tbe chills
wuuld consult Ibeir own interest by sending
to a drug More aud buying a bottle. It ia
pleasant to tnke, compared with oibeis, and
will b certain to cure all cn.es of lever and
ague or chills aud fever. Ueud tor it to tbe
II XX It Io 13 Y
rOPlLAlt WORM CANDY !
At tblt it really a specific for worms, and
tba bttt and mott palatabk farm to live to
children, il is uut surprising I hut it is Uul la.
King itie place or all otner preparations rot
worms li beiug perfectly taslcluss, any child
will lake il.
JAilfcS RUDDLE ft CO, Proprietors.
tits, Weakness, ln
Want of action of the Liver,
OR DISUKUKKED STOMACH,
There arc no bitters Ibat ran com para
with these in removing tbete distrtttiag
complaint. For sale or can be bad at any
Irug store la the I uiied Hti, or from lb
proprietors. JAilEd UUDDLE ft CO.
. Louisville, Ky.
Oriental Pearl Drops!
For beautifying the completion, effrctnalty
removing Uo, Freckles, Blotches, and giving
it. e skin an elets-H smoothness not eastlv
attained by anf other, lis use among the
ad ins of Hie Last, gives It a character tot
I'tBtirocy w hkh at once staiuiw it as liiGnite-
ly superior for the loilcl of any lady;
English Horse Liniment
Has prove itself one of the betl Llnim.nie
mid. for Spraias, Brtil.ee, Ira., it all raset
when tried fc either wan or Wul, and will
lo all we claim for il. Try a bottle, and wo
ir Mtlnfrd yoa will never aflarwards ua
JANES RIDDLE k CO..
No. kB, UulJitt StrH
. LOUISVILLE. KY,
Fer tale by S. D. Stewart, Tlios. T.aiey
4iid L'irloa biue., Cbiiki illr, Tiuu.