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..'.."KB. T, 180!
- Got-p opened iu2t i oi If on he 4th insl,,
I 9:45 Uifcet tei&i'lfcVd,, declined to
141 J; but It rallied again ; and at 11:3 wal
141; at 1 r. , It bad advanced to 141 1,
Jwt agaip receded, clwjng at ,41t. . jj
WoRxmpM .fcKtm.-i-W jmbllsh
call for a ovt.in of the woajtlngmtn of the
city to Uk'e place ''at 'the Court-house,
to-morrW to1gtt. '1W botetb till be h
full attmd ta. w nfflf
JUneoAi EMPMiWTlw- tinploai of
' toe Memphis, ClarksVille & Louisville ttai-
road hnve issued a handbill setting forth
their grievances, and a resolution based
...hereon, ,to. dp, o .mora .work; oo.,fbe rf
.wxi. t rfftr, iiTWa rlas (etcept tiit
vtailtrlarto.bme tl!thlr wages, tori
overdue, are paM.atlsfadorlly secured
Their eaeVAVa hsrTKb apd'TlKW tht
Vault lies we cannot tell. . CapW.S l Prow
the late Receive VPI'M rn,,'' ,u
. vkialeatlaei of himself, which we shall await.
' with a promise to give bim the full benefit
of lili explanation. Wf bare no. deilrelo
wrong bim directly or Indirectly.
tlicrta? . llotwE. Our esteemed friend
' CLAt BonmaV'.Veof the ?taccy Mouse,
Nathvllle, bat taken charge of this bouse,
' (fjrmerljr' atoore's'j Motel,) and hi naing up
to keep a'fst Claw ioUl",'; lb bint
great succcsa,, . .,.
. jr-Aaaop MaaviaTTliUj distjnguisbeddivlee
preached m (oe it. .iarm, oi iuu cuji
last Sunday morning and evening to very
large congregation! ' The sacrament was ad
ministered, a greater portion of tbe audience
participating. , Be also, preached , Monday
nud Tuesday nights. The Bishop ts an el-
oqnent, lugfe" and powerful polpilj orator.
Sr.Kt Bc,Jaroea Hancock whlto, and
John Cross, colored, the former for horse
steal'tntf aid the latter for stealing a watch,,
were convicted by the Circuit Court of this
county and sentenced to theTeuitontiary. '
Tbe decisions Were revoraed by the Supreme
Coiitf aa l ibsy hart been it at' .'back'' for a
new friejL i'i-; v1- ' '.' r - : o.
Soctivm Frnr Jusuiusc Cohj'Iht, Nasii
vuxh. -Seacard of Jir, Vm. Nopwortbr, in
cpccial column, showing the prompt pay
ment by this homo company of his loss.
air. Lester, special agent, it now in the City,
at the National Hotel, ready to issue policies
iu ibis Tclfable company.' " '.' V '
Tus LKOtsUTCRB costs tho peoplo $1,000
per day. Rather ciutivt concern. Au ad
journment will be the bent act of the session.
Livery. Charlie Stewart and Brother
linve opened a Livery and sale Stable iu the
old Gymnasium Hull. " .(
MEETIIUi Or T H K f I TT C 0 1' !f CI t.
'At a meeting of the RonM of Mayor and
Aldermen, held nit the 1st day of February,
13UH, being the lust meeting for the munic
ipal your of the retiring board and tho brat
for the incoming liourd,a votoof thanks was
(Missed by the retiring Hoard CTjiressivo of
tlieir auprecinllon of tho nianuer Mi,vt liiijk,
Iliif of Cobb had performed the, dufks of, hit
Office, which elicited from the retiring Muyor
a few remarks, expressing himself as fueling
both gratified aud.ooinpliiaenVed by the pus
knee of the vote of thanks, and after a few
further rtnraiks, summing np the past year's
work, he declared tho dissolution of the old
lluard; whereupon, the oath of ollice was
udmiuinUii'Kd In Hubert II, Williams, Mayor
leot, vim rmmudiately proceeded to nrlmln
ittur tlie oath oi ollice to tbe following per
ilous, Aldermen elect, to-wit: Geo. V. IIiU
mau, representing t.ie il wurd; Joshua
llrown, "iiii J. J. Hamlet!, Sd; Charles
Scblich, 4ll; W. P. Hume, Sib A. I). Har
rison, 6th ; J. (1. Mok'oin, 8th. '.
There being a tie ole in the 7 th ward,
W. C, Varksdale and John V. Williamsun
m ere placed in nomlualton, and on the lirjt
liallot W. C. Barkedule was elected and sworn
into office. ' The Muyor elect thou bunded in
the following letter of roiguutioii, wnicb
Clakkr-.-iili!, Tk.nn., Feb. 1, 1P08,
To the AUhrmtn u.A ukt City Ck'kt
tillt (ii-Htlnuat: Having been t lecti'd Muy
or of tlie city at the October election, for one
year from tbit date, I felt that it Waa my du.
ty to accept the oBict. I bat e 4?iven the
subject turious ooneidrration, and since my
lectiou my busiuvus mailer have lcrn so
rlmngrd that 1 find I Would not he able to
bring to tlie oltiee that attention which Its
importancu would require. Without going
further into dutnlls, I beg leave respectlully
to resign the office of Mayor to which I hare
this duy heeu qualified, at.d request you to
receive the same. Of course, 1 desire yon to
dtcide the question, and for Hint reason, I
tame forward and took tlie ontli of olflce, but
nt the same time I trust yon will receive, hack
the trust the citizens of the city bare so
generously bestowed upon me.
Keeling the deepest interest In tba Welfare
of the city and Willi my best wl. hes for vou
I'scli, personally, I have the honor to be your
cbedlent icrvuut. -
R. II. Wii.ua us, Mayor.
J)r. Cobb being bow placed In nomination
tor re-t lection as Mayor, was, by n nnaul
mom voto of the Uoird, placed iitbal posi
tion, who alter rctuiuiug bit tuauka to the
Hoard for this renewed coiilidencs, was duly
installed Into ollice, when the Hoard adjourn
id to inert again on the lit! of February to
lomplcto the farther orgaauwlioa of the new
t'li motion of Alderman lliima, the Recor
der waa reqweted to have tbe foregoing pro
readings of tho Hoard publihea iu the
GKl). ALWELL, Recorder.
I i'rvm the Chicago Times, Jan. SO.tlil
Tbe uioat duatruclive onullugratioaj Uiat
ever buppaued in Cbioago waa that of sight
tiefore last. , The total destrucliou of prop,
rity not leas tbau three millions of dol
lars. Ne less than seventeen of the (Ineet
and uosl aluuhle buildinas in the cilv wero
destroyed, together with tbe heavy slock of
luervnaniinie they comalm-d.
'l"he lose by the Karwell hall eonflaifratlon,
nud other tires that have occurred sime Jan
u iiy 1, swell Hi toiul dimruetiun by fire in
(his city duriagillit Grit mouth of 1808 to
near $1,2 jO.OoO. -
Tlie total destruction of property by fire
in tins city but year was $l,Ue5,0UU. This
was a decrease from tho total destruction by
lite in the preceding year of $217,000..
'I'lio total destruetiun in the Ocst month of
lttvlttceedt the total, dsstraotaia during
i lie whole preceding year by the largo sum
nf fl.'.'NCOoO and talis more than a million
below the total aggregAut f tbe precedbig
Theea are startling facts. They are facts
which furnish con v luring moral proof that
tlie enormous dmtrut-linnof property by tire,
duiing the prrsrnt month of January, hat
bee a the result of other than ardiuary can
yet. tven iu liit absence of any legal proof
to that elVuci, ot auy tangible ground Jof
suKploiou of iureudiarism, no inao capable
uf reasoning can bring hiiustif ao any other
lonclusiou than (lift the diittmoiiuii of over
.'i.l,i)0,00d by hie ia Chicago dmuig a Siugl
iimnth liu aivi fc iit imMjrH : lo Or t -l.su'.i.
nneaaienesa I I
?"flrTUi Jo!cf Market.'?
CLAKsviu.e, Tsm, Feb. 4th,, 1RG8. ' I
Sales by Harrison Shelby at "Clarks
ville Warehoiwe,'! of,;j JIdds. at ; the fol
lowing prices' 4 . i
$18 95, 18 00, 13 20, 12 80, 10 00,
10 00, 10 00, 9 30, 0 80,
The seven last bbds. was old Tobacco,
I M f v
- " OtAaaaviLL, Tism Jaa. 19,1808.
Sales by Turkley Weathbrs of 8 bhdt.
at he following prices t j
114 10, 12 80, 12 25, 12 00, 10 30,
8 00. 1 40. 6 80. On Tuesday Februart
AtU in 1. 1. I. rv.it-,. . i o aa 9 nn
ia uu, u uu, it oo, ii zo, iu uu, iu ou,
5 co' . ?V. iTtw?uydrrr :. i
Trice's Landing Tobacco Market.
;y 11 Vmi,rtj.i868
WnjTLOCK, McKinnet & Co, sold 48 bhdt
Tobacco at tbe following prices: 1
One box $47 001 hhds. 20 00, 14 60,
14 25, 13 80, 13 60,13 60, 13 20, 12 80,
12 80, 12 60, 3 at 12 60, 12 25, 4 at
12 10, 12 00, 11 90, 11 80, 2 at 11 1
ll ivial lOltS? 6o
9 30, 9 20, 8 05, 8 80, 6 85, 10 00, 11
60, and at 9 00 (
ln n ciir orf trie 4b v kdej.
E. Miles, Mr. Janes D. Nmilitt and Miss
Claba Smith, all of this city.
Sweet as the smile of tbe fair bride, be
your fortunes, and may you never know a
sorrew, but tba dfj prosperity everj
Dover around you. May yon find in each
other's society all the pleasure which a happy
iiion of'coligeni'artplrftsts sure to' bring,
and may it lead you to that joy which is
eternal. "" r - - -
At tho residence of the bride's mother, iq
this fkvvm' the 41b intt- by dilflef J. ft.
Miles, tir' William F. Coiltkh and Miss
Amanda Williams, all of this city. '
' May otiTOdoKaorroV;cT'croffl fneC
pathway of our friend William and bit ac
compUshed bride, tint may Ucarcn't choicest
blessings attend them through tbclr future
On the 25th day of Pecember, 18CT, by
the Rev. G. K. Itrowder, Mr. John C. Mimms.
of Todd county, Ky., lo Miss Leer Cuoss, of
" At the rtsldenre of the ViluVs molhcr, in
this counly, on tlie 20th tilt., by Her. W.
Mooncy, Mr. Wn: M, ORaiii.t, of this aily. to
.'I Kil iJbl.) ItHt.LtUf VI 1111s ciuiuj ,
''slay ajl the pleasures life con give, ...
Be theirs, as long us they . shall live,
' Sorrow and grieJ far from, them roam,
And love, so holy, fill their borne, -
That when they rvach a home of bliss. n.
Heaven will seem a part of this."
In this county, oa tbe 8d itnt -Usttii B.i
danghlcr of'lf.' 1.' and Marion A. Dudley,
aged 10 years.
' Wtlla t). CLAanr departed this life at
Centre Grove, in this county, on the -21st
alt.7 ngvij 42 yean rind eight wV".,'
U;t not my, purpose toreiiearae lua
many virtues na tsy early and Jife long
friend but merely to glance at some of the
more f sliest points in bis character. The
writer of this short and imperfect tribute to
his memory was Ills schoolmate in early
boylrood, lits friesd and tstoclato throughout
his whole life, and stood aiuong other sor
rowing friends around his coffined remains,
and knew bim in every relation of life, as
husbuud, father, friend and cltiten, and the
high, gmaioua and noblo impulset which
actuated him. As a hubbnnd, he was kind,
nffectiouate aud faithful ; as a father, devot
ed, indulgent aud generous ; at a friend, ti us,
frank and courteous ; ns a citizen, liberal,
public-spirited and energetic. His tempera
ment was warm, his impulaes bigh noble and
manly. As a man of business, be had few
equals and no-swperior, in this or any other
State. - Exact, Just aud honest iu all bis deal
ings, hi energy was sleepiest; his iudustry
never tired ; hit attention never ceased ; but
with a heart as "open as tbe day to melting
charity." Liberal, high-minded, honorable,
just and gcuerous, bit beautiful home was
the tout uf a priucely hospitality, dispensed
with all the frank and noble warmth uf his
nature, which won the affection of all vtho
eulvred it. Iu hit death bit ull'uciionata and
dovoled wife bat lost a noblo, generous and
kind husband : his children, a true, faithful
and Just parent 1 the public a high-toned cit
iten, and bis friends one, upou whom tbry
could rely with perfect and unwavering eon
IMence. Lot us embalm his virtues In our
memories, and cherish through life an affec
tionate rumembraiice ol bis character, and
may lie who tempert the Wind to the thorn
lamb tupport, protret aud comfort bit sor
rowing vife and children, Q,
Debility aud fcuiadiil Ion -
B.ith result front the lark of ability to con
vert the food tntttititriiuent. How ueoessa
ry, then, for those suffering from Ibese alarm
ing symptoms to immediately resort to a
rttnedy that will strengthen the stouiacb and
digestive organs. For, at toon at this desir
uble object bat boou aooompliahcd, tlie health
improves, and the patient resumes his meal
personal appearance. HOSTKTTUn'8
STOMACH BITTERS bavq atluiiied a wurld
wide popularity ia such rtaot, and have beta
proven the be.il uad tafest meant of remov
ing eonstipatinn, toning the stomach, giving
energy to tho liver, aud relieving every symp
tom of uervouiucai and deproatiuu of spirits.
Ill cheering and benoficiul effectt are highly
t.ken of by thonsitnda, who owe to it their
restoration lo health, Ko restorative ia the
auiialt of medicine baa attained tbe same
Pupal irily in the abort apace of time it bat
been befure the public or hat won tbe high
MutortauiuuU aivorded to Ibia t.xoalltot tcuif.
Utny oilier preparations, purporting to In
correctivea and restoratives, have been Intro
duced, and have perished, pne by one, while
the popularity of HOSTETTEKtf STUM.
ACI1 lllTTKItS roiitiones to increase, and it
uow recognised at a sta'dard household
medicine. ' The success which attendt tbe
use of the bitiers eviucet at onus its virtues
In ail eases of debility aud diseases of the
ttomach. Certificates, almost without num
ber, bare been published, allanliug its truly
Miraculous power In removiug those painful
and fearful diwaf. And at tbit tiute it
saerat idle to do more thau call utlcutiou to
the great remedy of tbe ao, ia order to
awaken public atteution to In riecUaucc. It
Li the only preparation of the kind that bj
leliabla In all cone, aud it is therefore wor
th "f tho rvrniJvU'lik.i uf tilt xftlu'tel,
"V?b. 7. " Im,
.9otdAj" Jufr..-4Tnli)jS,f wii takea rip
and passed tbe third ceading on tbe 29th nit
TKt nmf ndTTnia.irB'irofaSsfad
talk Owrtd,'iwl Mssed tho third reading.
The bill exempts a homestead ol the. value
of ff,ff00. and where persona have hoi tuoh.
homestead, exempting In lieu thereof, In tbe
bands of tucb person,, personal, property of
tlie Witt or f 1,000, to t taxed real es
tate and (Wfher exettipthig,' in addition to
personal ivoperty heretofore exempt, such
property of the value of 10U for eaob child
of the family under the age of 21 years, and
repealing, tactions. ElltY ftna
NO Pay; Forrest's unler
Tar is warranted Irf cure Cough, Cold,
noarseness, Croup, Throat knd.Lung Pisea-
es, or the prie, jiotitlvel refunded, fry
itantaneom aii proaavtd.- 3'ry it;- if not
satisfied, Mtum the empty bottles and get
yonr' money baikj,' ",; '' :
, 8ol4 wholeaalo, aud retail, by, i 4;. x
l-NI fmft ll i&'B.'6TIWAICrl
TVr M tnW nerTiAftTi. '
SPtUt NOTICES. .
I OLaaioiVilLt? JanuarVyofli.M8C8
Editor Cubohici Dcab Sir: Allow me
io state, through the eoldsans of ybur valua
ble paper, that about one -o'dodk on the
morning' of tbe 4fh lnst.7my boiise took rtre,
by which it and the furniture were greatly
iamagod. . The fire origiruUed f the burn
ing of the beartb-box. . The flaaoe spread
rapidly along between tin weather-boarding
fthd plastering',' successfully resisting," for
nearly two hours, our efforts to put it out.
Had it been discovered live minutes Inter, the
house could pot bay been saved. I bad a
policy of insurance in tbe Southern Inturanre
Company of Nashville, end to-day the Act-
justing Agent called apnn me and settled my
loss M ray run aalistactiti-, 1 take pleasure
in obflimendlng the CoirfptinV tdall wishing
insurapce ...WiL AUUOH UliTH V,
1 cu, 1, no- "
A Bjldt rJweJlingwitb. pir rooms and hall,
kitchen, cabin, stable, buggy shed and large
garden: With' ilue- variety " "of fruit-bearing
trees and vines, also aa abundant supply of
iue. ' Its location is in one of tbe best neigh
borhood j'tif the city. - Apply to '
' ,!tJ0MA5; .NEBLTT CO. '
Eeb. 7, fae-2wvi ' . :'.'. j ,
' Juan Hies reijuetlfeau to say to bis friends
that be will start east in a few days and ex
pects to show them the cheapest and .best
stock of goods by tbe 15th Feb. seen, in ibis
city since 161. Any one wanting anything
not to be had hero, or Ladies wanting dyeing
dune, will leave their orders with Mr. Pick
ering. Josh Rice, Dick Broaddus, and Henry
PioWerinyS ia Rice's old house, with a stock
ofliew goods at 'present new York prices
ought' 4ft make, one, fel "slightly 'harmo
nised." ., .- ..
' Jan. 31, "lSC8 2t " "' '.
LAXDBETH'S EV CROP CAttDEX
SEED, Jit reeervrd'at S. B. Stewart's l)rug
Store,, Now is tbe lime to gets supply, .
Jaa. 81, 1 B-tf ' . ' .
Lv .1 ,. 1 1 1 n.ii' 1 '1 1
IDOll HtKINT. Tha Billiard
and Bar Rooms at IfiNitr "Tides " (formerly
Moore' t Hotel). Apply to
-.'- . CLAY ROBERTS,
Cheaper Xlian Kver.
Henry Herman oalls public attention to his
mammoth stock of -Ready Made Clcthingi
UooW, fclioef nod Farnifbing Ooodt, 'Wbicb
he is now selliug Ton'per oont.
lelo-v 10teit Prleien.
He is doing this for thirty days only, aud all
who wish to avail themselves of this oppor
tunity will have to call soon, as the time is
thnrt. A contemplated change in business is
his reason tor offering such extraordinary in
January 24, 1 868-4 w. -
I wish to sell my Thotograpb Gallery,
which itiu excellent condition. Terms easy.
1 ' "" ' " " W. II." ARMSTRONG.
Jan. 17, 18C8-tf.
At the Northern Bank of Teuoessce, is tho
authorized Ageut for .
DcBow's Kriiew ) asbville Dsnnrr;
ttsh vllle I'nlon Jfc DlRputrUj Nash
t tllr (Jure tt ; LoulsrUle Courier mil
UolicrUon lUter.. f ,-. , :
Suhscrlpfionl fdrwarded free of cliargo
when aecompanied ly tht Cath!
Clarktvillc, Tcnn., Dec. C, 1867-6m.
For County OUlcui'M,
FOR 'itfSGISTEU. ' ' '
We are authorized to announce John D.
Bkaiilky as a randidc te for the office of Hep.
inter, uf Montgomery Couuty, at the next
Not. 22, 18U7-te.
Wc are authorized to announce B. U.
('Lirros, ns a caudidalt for ru-elution to
the office of Rrpsur of Mentgoiuery couu
ty, at the next March election.
' Nov. 29, 1807-te.
For Counly Trustee.
We are authorized to an nonce Goom.rrT
IliiowN as a candidate for county Trustee.
Election to take place, tbe 1st Saturday iu
Man h next i - : ' -
Jau. Utd. 13C8 tde.
We are authorized to announce II. M.
Ames, us a ctiudidiae lor re-elcctlou lo the
onice of County Trustlee, at the ensuing
March election. Jan 17, '68.
For Stale and County Tai roller tor.
We are authorized to onnoiinre J. J,
Rawlk, as a raodidnu for Htate and county
Tax Collector, at the ensuiug March election.
Jutiuary III, 1Kb 8 -la, , , , t. ! i.
For Circuit Court ( lerk.
Wo are authorized to aunounce Juim ' W.
Wii.i.iAUma at a candidate for Circuit court
clerk of Montgomery County, at the ensuing
Feb. 7, 1808-te.
. To County Court Clerk. 1 '
W are authorized to anuouoce 1'irrsa
Omeal, at a raudidate tVr County Clerk, at
the ensuing March election.
Jau, It, l6i-u-
are authorised to annoanee John A.
Bailst ( a uandidat for County Coart
Clerk, at the entuiug March electlou. '
; FOB JAILOR.
We are autlioriA-d to auuouace C. U.iMnHtBvilltt tHinstmu t
MoaauoM as a candidate for Jailor of MouU
ggmery Couuty, attbe enauiug Marcli tile;-1
Turn Over a New Leaf.
J J J U ilJLtxiAiil iU rtt ;4
i Time with uneefliiiog tramp
marches on, and many a heart
that bnt a few days ago beat
"Pita Tat? with fond ibpes
for the future Is to-day still
forever- - . s -,jr- i
Look back niitl contemplate
what time has done, for ottcrsU
fana reuieinbcr ivhatlt has In
store for j on; I and eycrybody
elsei then ask' yourself the
question, What .wonld become
of, wife, clilldren and the good
old folks, ir my checks' "Were
demanded by thb Uo6krktnrt
of the-.1 next world fi HaTeyoi
secured to them, lntlre event
of your untimely, decease, a
portion of the financtal value
of your life IhroiuU the niedi
Uni or a .iirj .-:: vit -
.' I .ii
' ,? '' 1.:
In the language of Davy Crockett,
4,B Burn you are right, then go
ahead. .. v.;..i ct
, . u, -: ' -'Viet .. "i t: .iii:5..i-
And when -yotl' have procured a
Policy iu (h T K
. 1 ,
this muchVyosi 'have " accomplished
Aemeuioer 1 tlie : name . and tret no
other.'"4 1. ' ;':'-'
..?v!al' n wh . -ft 1
The NORTH AUEBICA
Is Liberal, , Mutual, Just ! (
t'l.'c'. H. JONES, Agenti
Dr. J. II. MALLOKT, F. WIK8HIP and
SAMUEL J. TAYL0K, Solicitors."
And sincp your houso might burn
down, iuHure Uiat I :
The most successful merchants,
best businesa men, and our thrifty
farmers, are the largest patrons of
Insurance They take no rislts that
responsible mooted institutions will
assamo, at. an cquitablo rate.- It is
important to know where to go for
the reliable artlclo, consequently this
notice directing you to the
OF ....... ,.. .
CapiUl represented, more tliah
((Jbserve that cb ocean rolls between
yoii and their' bifiney.)J" ' "
NORTH AMERICA LIFE IN
SURANCE COMPANy,i of New
.liTNA FIRE, of Hartford. '
, HOME INSURANCE COMPA
NY, of New ilavou. .','"
NT,ERpiUSIj LV. COMP'Y, of
Cini inoati., Ohio,
STATE I-NS. COMP'Y, of Nash'
ville. ' . T . ,
' TENNESSEE MARINE AND
FIRE INS. COMP'Y, of Nashville.
. TRAVELERS', LIFE ANH AC.
CIDENT INS. COMP'Y, of Hart
ford, Conn. ' ' " ' ' '
, .1: . ... 1 .' ..Ill . .1
r :'(,.-. 1 - ' r ; ' i , i'i 1 I
When you -want Life, Fire,
. Marine or Accident" ; '
' ' Insurance, t' ... ,
Make' no contracts before seeing ,
J.t it fc i t ; 4. 1 v
Losses Equllablj Adjusted and
TT A o , b"""y ""bT eubttantially offering a premium
. vwu.wvuvBuicHi, ui,wre to obtain even shorl uraditaU
7 ' . 1
of C. II. JOM'M
t Giving' thefr outtamera ad dotibU i4vnhUge Hways Eadlng tv large e4K ef Fresh
uoous irom wuicn to select, aua at
, Tnefliiestsssortmentef 1 fcoods, prbapt,'e.vrexhibjt.lriaiidwrn1er'rn CltrtsVille. '
Every oiiertaanheeaiBteihe advantairet
especially at Uuirormlr Iow
year. We know yocrwill not lose, and lionrstl .JhH &t i JAVI yiMK, AND
MONEX, XQn.wjll save T1MK by finding who you want, and MONEY or getting, the
arncicsMM uv WSS ! CA SU C-Q&H. SJl& LIU
w tr I ax a: o jr xoi.iaw mid nu awlw
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h ,trtO ,int .agl n-vsT .tv.r1
,.;nrfv,7. i ,:t
,i'. a.e.w- vv zioiesaie ana itotail-' iC-'
BQOTilBJD SHOE STORE
ia-tttV. V D , i J,
.'t f O!l i . !
f iuAn -. V-a V Car 1
tirWVsr li " "BnVtrom.Uv M Ai'UFACTURfiRSj FOR CASH,- at R1DUCED
f pJlCpis, ATbe coututuer has but oueprofil to pay. ..A--
neovie eitn ftil.to see the Motfjfnes Of btiyinir our Shoes who will take the trouble
to examine" our new supplyT ' flundreds bai renllwilthe'benefits of low prieos
tincelta lMf December, when we etimfcencerf rrVis as a"'pra(b oraftch of our business.
Xta eiageration. Come and priee our goods aud save your- money. We will be
glad tofjaa-yuuy-. W will pladly shew you our goods, fopjvA are err auzlptut fcl every
one to know where to buy at the lowest prices." .Ji'X)H
f l Aftcst. cH -ilijaJBrciitciit Varleti 1 df ladies! 3tlitscsnd
f Cfclldren' Blide&r perhaps e cr opentia la Clarkstjlle,' 1
tA Is to be found at the,,, :Caf-tX ,
-jtwHdllSALE AND RETAIL'
Si-IOE STORE, i
QPENEi)- BY' r '!
J " Hisses' Polish Boots.' in new and beautiful styles.
Children's Shoes, in all styles and at low prices.
' Shoes, without heels, foi old ladies.
t.i&W&, tastinr, Olote
Shoes.foLadJe and Jttieses
and by the most reliably manufacturers'- "i
' ' Buskins, Slippers, Gum andals;1 Cork Soles ,
Artie Overshoe? fopXadies and Gentlemen.
The La.lies' Rooms niljoi ninjr the retail "poriijn. of our. Slioe Btflire'slra! corafoVUbly
fitted up, and tbeludies Tisitiug our rooms wQl litijstiem confeuieDt-aad striotliiriTaN,
nuuui opcviuujr iutiiu lo lavor us vim iretjueoi vimui.
Hri-yttsiwtruUj(.HL;t-5'lJLTEIt & IIILLMATV.
Clarksville, January 3, 1808-ly i tzlhj1l IZVi'A lU V :.V.'
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t'.'".'-'Jl.,V.i i lti! T r. i -' .) ' i
V i:ii 'A U. i-
Wo invite the attention of Merchants Id duf facilities for Boiling tl;
i BOOTS and BIIOISw on fkyerabli rterms i
the Jobbers of
' XashTllle.'' l.6ulsvlllf
.We buv all our aoods for CASH, direct fVom the MinnfantnrM-
and at aa low frioci aa the can be bonsthtby any houso' Tbe Only, differ
ence ia in cost of transportation, wbk'h is triflina, and we plodua ourselves
v um'inBM) anj uuia uou.ii, in uj
to do a safe businesn, by purchasing
avowing any loss Dy aociine in prices,
rior iiidaeeuienta, and we ish au examination of our aloclc and crices.
r. ; ' l.i' ' -i. . ' O- .
.... ,1 wa-t.ttali-a,
Mens' Water Proof Boots.
Mens' Low priced Boots.
1- r .Mens' Calf and Kip
Wiro Quilted Shoes, a new
' ' for laboring men. u" 1
Wire Quilted Boots, for Boya.a prime article. v i
. , WirO Quilted Shoes, for Girls. M , , , .
x 'Boys' Boots' and Shpes-yfull line,
Copper Tipped Shoes always on hand.-
Great care will be taken, at all times, to got Boots arid Shoes for boys
and fcirls thai will wear wplt. f All the
rated, to be iound at tbe uew SUoo Sloi'
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The past year baa bees a disastrous one to very mauj, and few ia-
deed, encaired in tuercautila puruuits,
which they combienoeid buaiuesa one
country are Belting at ruinounly low
i. , . , . .
eropt navo Deen, vory anon. iarge ainounis oi money nave aiaappearea,
leaving, perhaps, leas' than ono hulf the amount that was In the country
at tba cloae of the war. The scarcity of ,tuouey, the prcseat yeer, will be
aerioufly felt this community, and the necessity i'orau ecunuuiiual adjust
er at of affairs utttat be apparent to niaey. W enter upou another year's
buaiuess with many uusgivinfrSi aa to it prosperity, tot we regard tho com
mercial horizon yather gloomy; ana in new or tnese lacts we aeetn it
proper that we express our firm conviction that our only, safety, lies ia
adhering for the future, aa ia the past, la tlie Caah aysUint ef doing busi
ness. Any departure, we are aatihGed,
fsts, por do we think any benebt woud
tbe contrary, we believe consumers are uovr iDnyinj jtneir gooaa ia to ZD
tier cent cheaper than if the credit system prevailed. . We are aware of the.
difficulty of aelliu); only for cah( aa in tuauy iuatancei it is more conve
nient fun the customer to bur on a credit, aud it ia often bard to say ne,"
and uot'g'ive otTonvt, yet realiatBg as
Uio prompt cash eyatuui, wo oouiuiouuai,
mating ii to ino tniorcbt oi every Olio)
proper to state, that we bold our salesmen personally responsible for the
tiukeU they make. "iv ' - x . . v .-
1 , We ejpect to labor more faithfully than ever bTore te please the pub
lic,' kn 4 to afford the greatest advantages to all. and e Ivumtly claim that a
thorough trial will eoavinoe any nnprrjudiced mind ihbt we qflt-r extra fa
cilities and iuduccmeutt. . We cordially invite all to Tiait our store. .
' - ry reaUully, " '
i5A CAfeitr 5
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f. 111 i'i-iVj
the lowi priccs,t Jev aow bare, ia ,
of flndine in our house all the Articles nreded.
liiiteH' Bcader. ntenaa trvour houm thla
,hii 1 a j ij7i7;a 1
... -:-..rV nr. v ...- :
"':" f "! -"rA V " r!-.
'lr,l:M cl ih i m
. 0lUV.M a flTA.-v.
Kid, French Calf, and heavy
made of the best m,arials
ia - tti ! i t-r;' t'lii l
r i i'
u biiuai vii,ice.. ,i i o tuuse) wuo aesire
only aa they need the goods, thus
we are connuent we can oiler aune-
v U , t ,
Men9 Saalieddown Boots,
Mens' Calf and Kip Boots.
Mens' Calf aied Kip Shoes.
article and very desirable for
above and many othora not enume
rcccutiy opeuuu by . . .
- COIJLTER & HILLMAN,'.
I J I I
have realiaed the expectationa with
year. ago. The' great ataplee of opr
prices, ror (bo past three years our
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will prove basurdoua to our inter
be derived by the community ; on
wo do, the abaoluto neccaaity to U of
tuts year with too nxerj purpose ol
o puy pruinjuiy, gnu wu uupa in ok,
for the caah, to do away with alt de
ibis eonnecttott it mar not be im
J. b! tapscgtt
Art b 1 t rr ctt J
' Want and' sneciflcaHotis of Biidgos fur
nithed, also f Building and Ornamental
Grounds.. . Work .of every .utf Iption con
ncctcd With building nuranured and calcula
ted; ' Ala, MannflictTirers' Acnt for Steam
Bngltirt and Machinery of every doscriptiop,
Irop ernndaht,1 Uniting, MarbclitcJ Iran
Martflps, Grates, Window Caps, etc., Terra
Cottsi Ornamental Wdrk, Chimne Tops, and
all kinds of Bnllding'-'Mattflnl; finished aud
unflnfslrd',: embraced lti carpenters york
Galranized Iron, Copper," Zibej Tfa, Slait
and composition Roofing. - 1 ii
AJ1 Jbuslaaat . intrusted t m Will be at
Office, on East side of Public Sauarfe.
uaiKSTiue, rrnn. Jaa. 3, 1868-tf
, Ajauifiss .a .m
ir.'ArM . flif! 23' Plrtlf
5" J ' !B
H " 'j
. an i
-IBM,4 BR0S.Tc4 CO;
; ! , ::uii.a
, r atniBN yits, s ; , y
, Varnishest ' -.-
Window Glass, -
1 Perfumery, Soaps,-. "
Brushes of all kinds,
i Dve Stnflfs.. '..-ii . 41.
Domestic Liquid Dyes,
Pure Wines, ; ( : .
Bourbon Whiskey, ' ;
, Trench Brandy, . ..
Ana an articles neces
sary or useful in the Sick
We are receiving- fresh tnpDlies. erery,
vrtea, ana prenarta to lunu any quan-
tilies the market may dame nd, (- .t
AT TEKY 10W PRICKS ' i;"
' We call .the attentiorl of Contmctors
Builders al Painters, d our targe stock ofj
land Window GKe, and all articles In the
way of Painters' material, which we are
celling at a suali advauce on maunu
fucturers' prices. Orders from pbyaloianx
promptly tilled, at the tien of the "Bin
uold !'," franklin st, CLARKSVILLE
August 10, 1807-lt , j tj
JAMES H. MALL0RY, "
Offlee with . 11. Jones, Public Square
Wilt sell evry description of Troperty for
AdminlBtnitors, Kxeculors, Trustee, Aitenta
and Ptirntej Parties, either on ithe street-'n
the tity orxeaulry. '. Jilts much eiptrieuta ial
Dry Goods-Auctioneering, .
Will plre prompt attention and make rea
sonable charges In all cases. , Alto, ,
Tobacco Auctioneer and General
Agent for UarrWon t fchclby,
Clarksville, Jan. Si, JSlia-tiut. ,
noktox, sLAtcnxti; 4 CO,
Tobacco Factors, '
' -AND- .'"'
dEXERAL COMMISSION' VEKCniXTS.
NO. 40, BROAD STREET,. ... ,.
. NEW YOUK.
JXO. T.EDMU.NDsiof UopkinsvUle, gy,
will assist In the 8lea of Tubaeoo.
Jan. 14, 188-6m - .
Wh. Wiuiaaa.., . Cnta. O. Buankum.
Williams & Shanliliii,
, WUULKVai a AKD SKTAIL v M
f r t t. l 'Tk S
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Ti .'KAJIKLl!f KTREKT,
i CtlBSTIUI, JHSESSEC.
Jan. lit, lSOH-eia - -. :. '
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riVfi DOLL A US KKWARD. -
Ran off from my farm, tiro bouud boys,
CtiarUt and Ueory Currusa, colored, t'bailra
Istliiriotu ears, "and is a bright muluttu.
He lift October 22J, 167, i'.ury itiilmeu
yean oi uu, sua it ot a crppt-r voior. lit
Lrt June ;otU. 18CT. The tao boyt art
bruihers, and are bonnd lo use by lb Court
uuUI twtutyoaue yews ol aga. I for am
all persous fiout binog or WUirioo; aatd
boys, as 1 wUI put tun U ia fcrce if Im
da. ' I will (ive iL abort rvaaid .foe IIm
two bova, if Oelivert l to me.
t r y r r
NdtfceT to -Hotliersp
Umi S00THIX6 SVBUPr
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Tt ntVeTby purchase of (he or'ziaal re.
ceipt.beeutne tale proprietors of this celrbrt-
tea iueaima.' we atk yon m plve It a trial
wiiaau atturaitr tliar yoa will 1 fulure
diAanl all those nauftcou and deslrurti
stufTti, such as Csteman'i Drcps, Godfrey's
Corrlln!, Dewee Wlxtdm, Arorublustions
of Nisi and atHl-rrngrtsstre g Whad H
was tnoftpat tllat the mora dltsutUtif tba
miliar tbe better tbe medicine. , 'J
' I'm W fhe future rt?y SimioO'S, a com
piiUtfpn tvnite-u;J'wltli the advancement of
MieageV rleawni to taV, banulest Ia'iu
action. eBldent atilt frlfTrbhf hi alt thXf: In.
,4Ttoble an tb fdllMi'ianieewM: n(
Sfcmmfr Complafrlf, frtpttnlarl
llfH ef thf BoweK Rest re-
Givee health to the cbnd iif mrio tht merjrr.
W could jtrva any qinuslrtf U eettiCcateS
benriojf e-irlenoet of its superior qualities,
but prefar Uml our med'cine aiioald stand eu
iu owe Utedia, which k wiH lr upon trial.
;;W ' ,' .'r.l'l.-f I
.w. ii. , ' s ft
Elisflr of Pyropbospbate of Iron
and Calisaja '
.' i t:n:.T - .;i - ' a
.v ! v' '" al' "' ya-w '4
This elegant eovibiattio powieMrt alHlio
beat toaio properiirs of peruviaa bark snJ
Iron, without the disaKreeaMe taste cdd
eHeeteaf either, teMriHcjr e In other prep
arations ef these valuahla mcdiKinra. lt
tliottld be taken hi all cases herr a g.nile
tonle Impression It required Slier reuvales-
! tepee from rtVEM or other debllitulin(( Uis
eases, or in mom eittrMnliig isnaocLiBiTiL
peculirff to females. Xa female tligui be
wilhoal it. If Urtlile to tuob diseasei, tt eoiU..
Sng c4 Well take Its place ' '
JAMES EtTODliEt t5c Ca
A jlilrftyfs 'SirBaariUa:.
. Of all tbe remeditethat have airuT-
J erod durroe; tbe preeent age .tor tbe 'Hhou-
aand ills that flesh iehair to," hone equal
tbit wonderful srapataUoB Only tea ytars
bare elapsed time lb ditcoerer (who sjiest
a decade in ttudvutfr' Mieriuwnt. and tier- '
Vclingh) Brat r&trodueed It te the public,
and it is airway recognlr.ea by the mwt em
inent pbyelCNfnl Iu all jiartt of the eountry,
to be tbe most surprising and e Heal he rem,
dy for mia.ii .diseases of ich tbry bare
knowleilge.- r -,.'- . . t t .-.')
All other Compoilndt or Syropt of tbit
root Ba hitherto fulled to command the
sanction of the Faculty, -becauie on. being
tested, they bare been found to contain uoa
iom ingrediehts which twOtraliae tbe goed
eflects of the oraaparlfla, and olteot met ht
jure the health of the palieaU It it not to
Hith Hurley t rnrpBration. .
i bit ai tee pure ana genuine eatrnct or the
roevaod wUCwtrinlbf found to eB"er;i a
certain, and. wrfecl car uf tbe - following
complaints aud diseases I sji
AfTeetlotis of the Coots, Hatttaal Oottlvenett.
Debility, Tliseases of tbe tiirlueis, Dyt
pepsla, Erysipelas, rcnuUc I;regular
lUet, iMlula, all akin rllieawt,
,., r LirerComplaUit, Iudlges . ', T
i j lion, Piles,' Palmo- 1
T -,L - ; SypbUia,.; . i i
scrofula, or King I Evil,
II HALEY'S AGUETONicj
PERFECTLY RELIABLE I
The only remedy for Chills and Fever ot
Ague and Fever, that is or can be depended
upon is Hurley's AgueTonic. Thera have beeai
thousands cured by using it who bad tried
the usual remedies without btutlUj , but ia
no case' has '
IX iirley 'w A.ffiie Toulo .
failed to effect cure. ' All who bare
nsed it cheerfully tell their afflicted frieada
of It as a sure aud certain cure for chills and
fever. Any one sufl'cring from the chills
would consult tbclr own iuterctt by sending
to a drug store and baying a bottle. It Is
pleasant to take, compared wltb others, ani
will bar certain to core all eases of fever and
ague er eliillt and rcver. - bend for It to the
u ii m Jit; '
roPlLAtt -W0BM CANDY!
As this is really a apeciiie for worms, and
the hett and mott pultlutil form to give to
children, It Is not surprising that It is last ta-
kiug Ibe place of all other preparations Ibr
wormi it being perfectly luaubss, auy child j
wm was ii, . . i
JAULS Rl'DDLE k CO., Proprietors.
Loktef. A)ipe .,
tite, WeakneM, Tn- . ,
'l"J digestion, or Dynpernia, ' ' "
Want of ariiou oi' Ihe Liver, r "
OR UhSORDKRKD 6TUMACH,
There are no Bitters Ibat ran compare " '
with tbeae In renioving these distressing
ooroplaiuts. Kor sale or cau be bad at any
drug store iai (tie I' oiled Hlatos, or from the
proprietors. JJkXlKtt HlhblH. k CO. . .
..- pi , : l-ettiavUle, JCy.
Oriental Pearl Drops !
Kor beautifying the eonaplcsine, effectually
removing Uo, F reck lea, aiou;btaland giviog
Ibe tkin an elegant tuiooiiiaeat not easily
attained by any other, iu use aaiong tbe
btdietof the East, gives It a cbartwUt lot
cHiciroty whivh at one stamps it at Infinite
ly superior for tbe toilet of any Udy.
English". 'Hone ; Xiiniment .
fins pru'en t'flf one of tlie best Liniments
made Ibr Bpralns, Urn In s, ate. la all rates
Wbtta tried Ibr either ami or Uatt, and will ,
do all a t claim fur IU, Try a Mile, and we
are tutisuad yud will oerer aftai wards use
any other. -
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JAMES KIDDLE & CO.,
. . . lroialestora,
IVo. sU, Dullitt Htrt
for nie by B B fleer, Thot. Fla'sy
qrire Hif . 'lrlf'i'le