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.Ram o AdvirTibinq. On Dollar per
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CLA11K3 VILCE....i..... ...FEB. 14. 1898
A Croit if arkIn Future w will make
a eroM mark on th margin of our paper,
notifleat oo to all patron! whose time of
laboerlption ht expired. Look out for the
otom mrk aad 'rtnewi f oar tubsctiption at
Boo. r,-r . - ' , .
UbMe Tork, 11th. Inst., weak and
told from 141 down fa 141 J, closed M that
tate lid, end 142 aaktd.
i hi, in
MiTunwiMit The matrimonial market
bat been very brisk In tbit clnlty, for the
last fnw weeks, but teemi to be a little n
the wane for tbd last fe day. We think,
however, the marVet trill revive fit a ihort
Qiudcatd; -Amongst the list cf gradu
tM of tbo Law Dcpartm"tit of Cumberland
University,' of '.tbt tession which has Just
doted, we notice the- name of our young
townsman, Polk 8. Johnjon. - Mr. Johnson
if a young mn of much talent., lie baa lo
cated In ear town for the purpoM of practl
elngbisprofctsion. il i Vr
Paitrrmo. By reference to the ipectal no
tice of W. L. Gardiner Co, h will be teen
that although Paiuting material bai advene
ed, they will do (II work, if contract, d for
Immediately, at price prior to. the rise in
material. wu'-' ' . fc o .t. ;' !
' We find upon our taUe the Knoiville
Press and Messenger, large, neatly executed
and well-filled paper.' tti politics may be In
ferred from the fact that It ably' upholds the
doctrine thai this wasj end should still be, a
white man's gboernment. We hope" to-re-celv
It as a weekly visitor. ..',,' ' '
Tt learn that there is ground for appre
hension that much of tb wheat In this vl.
clnlty has been destroyed by the long con
tinue freeze and the drying of Uie sui-ftce
the roots having turown out and then per
ishing for the want of moisture and a bold
upon the soil. It is to be hoped, however,
that the.rain of last Sunday was In time to
tave much of it. . X failure ol the crop
would be a great disaster. ,
Wa ha-va rewired the first number of the
-"Ptn and. Tulplt," a religious and literary
monthly, published at Columbia, Tennesree.
Its conductors have displayed both taste and
ability, in the specimen before us, and It
promise to take a high, place among the pe
riodicals of the day.
-. B. D. HoLtis has removed his Stock of
Boots, Shoes, ITarness, etc., to the room oo
Franklin at, known as J. N. Keblett't old
Tni Hinry Ifoi-m b being Tenovated,
and will, toon be In excellent condition for
the reception of guosti ; '
Soctbcbn Lira Insprakci Company. -Our
'worthy, young friend, T- J Munford, fs
agtnt-for (hit eorapany. : tt yon want your
life inrured give Tom. a showing.
St. Lotus Mrrcai lNcR.irt CovrsiiT.
The agent,' Mr. J L. Yates, will tie ronnd at
the Grocery store of V. M. Tandy, ready to
issue policies In this reliable company.. .
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THE WORKWOMEN'S I'MOX.
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A Move In tttf Right Direction.
In response to a rail tn do in ourhtst issue,
n goodly number of mechanics assembled at
the Oourt-houie on Saturday plght Inst, for
the purpose of taking into onsider&tian the
propriety of organising a Worklngmen's
Union. Unfortunately a m'sunderatnnding
occurred at an early stag of the proceedings,
which resulted la the withdrawal of a large
number from the room.' lu this ennnectlon.
we call attention to the card of the Corres
ponding Secretary, which ought to be satis
factory to all concerned.
Mr. 8. D. Power was called to the chair,
and explained the object of the meeting in a
few pointed and pertinent remarks.
After tome discussions, In which all who
were so disposed took part, an election for
. permanent officers was held, with the follow
ing result: ,,'.,..
8. D. Powsa, President,
n. It. IlfRNtET, Sr., Vice-President.
O. Y. Swan. Recording Secretary. '.
Vt'. A. Solomon, Corresponding Secretary.
Tt. B. Ta.rpi.sv, Financial Secretary.
Vr'n.. Pattsrson, Treasurer. .
W. H. FaAYata, Seigxanl-at-Armt.
Roaaar Swas, John W, Phillips, H. R,
Bcrnlct, Jr, Trustees. ,i
Another meeting will be held to-morrow
evening, at which time the Committee on
Constitution and By-Law. will make their
report, and the organization die completed
Inasmuch as lite objects of this movement
do not seetn to be generally uuiler.'lood, we
ar requeued to rate that it If purely a ten
elieiary society, intended to relieve such of
its member M may become destitute, sick
or afflicted I 40 care for and auitt all worthy
mechanics in b!iimnj; employ ment; to pro
vide for the immediate want of any meat'
bar's family which my be left without the
meant of support by his death, and to unite
the workitiginen generally upon any que
ton wuicn involve toe interest or any par
ticular clan of tuex lunict. It (s not true, as
many have surmised that there Is any luteo
Hon or ileiire to Interfere with the question
of wagva-or prices for work la any manner
wbalevor. ttuch matters will be left to the
different trades to b settled la tbsir owe
way, as heretofore,
its objects ibould commend tt to all, em
ployert as well as rmployis, aud w hope to
aee the member iucreMse uulil it shall em
brace every mechanic In the city and vk-ln.
ity. Nothing lends more to the material ad
venccnienl of any ctast of people than a
unity or Inttresl, purpose and action and we
bail the preauat moveiueat at a good omeo
fur l he future of oar aorkingmen.
We hope that those who left the meeting
last Saturday eight will do theoieelree and
the Union the Justice to attend to morrow
ulht aod partltipiile in the proceedings.
The Secretary requests ut to return the
banks of lbs Union to VI r. & U. Morrison
for hia kiadaeM end libtrelity la furnishing
coal and otber fsi-HitV l tr y, Vd'ng ike meet-
.Tsi g&P$ & cbniMMiclrd
en iat y'onttiyVtnd tbeToHowirig ln reft;'
fence to it baf been banded In fur publica
tion i .
' The Trustee of ttew.rt Ooitjre, Clarkt
rille Tennessee, take pleasure In rerommead
lug and fully endorsing the Principal of said
College, Mr. D. M. Queries, whose School
opened od Monday Inst, in the College build
trig and feat -aatisfitdv that Mr. Quarlea. 0
worthy of the patronage of the community
and will give entire satisfaction to parents
and guardians who may entrust the education
of their children or wards to blra, and con
fidently ask for him the patronage wt fuel he
By order of the Board of Trustees.
' ;", W." P. "HUMS' Secretary. '
First National Bxux-The new adter
tisetnent of thi Institution Vill appear tiexl
Sold Out. Messrs, Bibb k Turner, Lie
nor dralers, have sold out their stock to our
friend, John S. Farmer, who will continue
the business, Bit friends and the public are
invited to call and see blra.' ' t
Valiktinb Day This is the day npon
wnlcb the little blind god it supposed to tit
upon the throne of love aod send bis sweet
ly-pniconed dans into the quivering beartt
of '"fair women and brave men." R e' have
not observed any great amount of prepara
tion for the event in this place. Like all
other anniversaries, it Is losing lit Interest
and importance. Folks marry now-adays
without the aid of Cupid or anybody else,
except the parson. - r -. -5 ;..-,V-
'' iUT lUt. '
Ma. Editor :' Tf ther follbwlng tuggettion
meets your approbation, will you please in
sert It In the Cb'rbnicMt i.Z&.'. ji-
We hear a great deal of leap year, its pe
culiar privilege Sir tb ladies, it. should be
gentlemen but is It 'not all idle talk 7 For
one, I think that, we have every privilege
that nature and common tens give us"," per
haps more. Have the gentlemen the privi
leges that leap year accords them T namely :
to awsjt a return of the' numerous courte
sies in the form of Invitations to all manner
of gatherings and amusement!.
Should they desire to avail themselves of
this privilege of the year, let them make It
known through four columns, and we will,
during this year, tend our cards, politely re
questing their protection, and furnish tickets,
hire hacks, and be enabled to feel a little in
dependence one year in fotir.
Trlce'i landing Tobacco Market.
TaicE't Landing, Feb. 12 1868.
WniTiocK, McKinnit Jc Co, told 20 bhdt
Tobacco at the following prices: '
$14 70, 14 40, 12 90, 1' CO, 12 40,
12 00, 11 80, 11 90. 11 60, 11 00, 11 80,
10 75, 13 00, 10, 30, 10 20, 10 10, 9 80,
T 00, 6 70, 6 SO, 6 60, j6 60, 00, & 70,
6 J0 4 80, 3 00. j. . . . .
Low grades of Tobacco. - .
At the retldcnc of the bride's father: 'on
the 12th Inst., by Rev. W-T. Dve. Mr.
Charles H. Oalt to Miss Willis E. Ramsy
all of this county. . , ., . . , ,
May their be - -
"The pnrsi, open, prosperous love " "
That, pledg'd on earth aud seal'd above,
Grows in the world's.npprovlng eyes.
In friendship's smile and love's caress;
Collecting all the hearts sweet ties, .' t
Into ohe knot of happiness." '
In this county, on the 6th Inst., by Rev
M. W. Gray, Mr.. John J. McCallbt, of
Humphreys county, to Miss Ann Batson,' of
this county. .. ...
At theanme time and place, by the enme
minister, Mr John M. "kon, of Dickson
coiiniy, to Miss Mattib B.1 Batson, of Ibis
On the 30th ult In McCracken cotintv.
Ky., bp Rev. W. S. Baldry. Mr. bnry H.
Thick, of this county, (o Miss AujUdiA E.
rinm, ot jlcCracken county, Ky. -
On the 10th inat., Mrs. Jen sent S. IIar.
aiaoN, tousort of A. B. Harrison, of tills
Or. the 12th Inst., Bnotc, son of N. B. and
M. Dudley, of thi cou'ity, aged about lour
years. . . . . .
No Ccm No Pay. Forn-st't Juuier
Tar It warranted to cure' Cough, Co'd,
iloarsrncss, Croup, Throat and Lung Disea
es , or the price positively refunded, f Tn
ilantantout relit produced. Try it; if not
satinRed, return the empty' bottles and get
your money back. ' . '
Sold wholeaole and retail, by
" a B. 8TGWABT.
Prlc 35 eeats per bottle. ' '
Jan. 31, 1868 6m ' ' '
. Debility and Emaciation
Both result from the lack of ability to con.
vert the food Into nutriment. How neccssa.
ry, then, for lho suffering (roin Abes alarru
Ing symptoms to immediately jreeort to a
remedy that will strengthen the stomach and
digestive crguns. For, as toon at tbia desir
able object has been accomplished, the health
Improves, aod the patient resumes his usual
personal appearance. HOSTRTTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS have attained a world
wide popularity in such cases, and have been
provup tb beat and safest meant of remov
ing constimtiou, toning the stomach, giving
energy to the. liver, and relieving every t.v mu
tual of nervousness and depression of spirits.
Its cheering and beneficial eU'ecta ar highly
spoken of by thousands, who ow 10 it llicir
restoration tn health. No restoratlre tu the
annals of medicine has attained ibe same
Popularity a Iba short Sjtao, of time 'it has
neen before the public, or has v. on the high
endorsements accorded to th's excclleut Ionic.
Many other preparation, purporting to be
corrective and restoratives, here been intro
duced, and have perished, one by one, while
the iKipulnvlty of HOSTKTTER'S STOM
ACH BITTER ccntinuee to increase, and Is
now cognlr.cl as a stadard liousehold
medicine. The success vtliich attends (lie
use of the bi iters evince nt once Its virtues
la ail rases or debility and diseases of the
ItoniatU. Curtlflciue, alnuwl niihout nuuv
ber, have bren publithrd, nuesling its truly
miraculous power iu removing thuse painful
and fearful d !. Aud at ibis lime it
nuns idlo to do more IIihb call atuutjon 10
the great remedy of the age, ia order to
awakea public atiriuiou to tut rtoolieuoa.
Is the ouiy prtparutmo of lb kind lluu is
reliable In kll rases, aad It is Ibvrefora wor
ths of the ronniiWalivit of Ibe affiicled.
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BPZCIAt HOTfCtT )
. 00IS fOBltnT.-Fpnr rpotoSVon
Franklin Street, suitable for pfDcca, to rent.
Apply to ' si. C. P1TUAN 4t CO. -
I I4t1868-2,ar... ?'.M '
'.Tilt ABLE BESI0E5t'X..r0B SALE.
Situated on Franklin Street, near the M.
B, Church, 1 Fat particulars, apply to
" ! " JUNIUS KtMBLK, Agent
.-U 14, . 1868.3.; . . f . ,5,,
V'S i'. a. ; carPv . TC
W would respectfully suggest to all those
who eonleinplat having anything done in
onr line of basinets this spring, that now It
tb time to make your contracts.' . . You will
tee by the market qnotationt that Palnter'f
Material! ore advancing wric. , X
T'We have purchaped and received large
supply of Paints, Oils, tc, of (be Best Kind,
at the recent low figures, and will give Our
customers the" benefit of the tame if' they
will male their contracts at toon at postibl,
or engage their work to us 1 "
We. return oar sincere thanks for the very
liberal patronage we have received from this
community sines' we commenced business,
and hope, fay doing our work in a substan
tial manner, promptly and at reasonable
prices, tb merit continuance of the SBm
We bsve some No.' 1 workmen in our em
ploy, and W. L.Gardiner gives his undivided
attention to the tupervision of every depart
ment of onr faosiness ; ' so bring on your
work, do matter how small, if only repair
ing one light of glass." We -will promily
attend to it. Respectfully;
. iy-M wL. QARDlNRiCO.f
i;.i ' '.'I 4 i .'Painters.
Shop at the Pink Cornet, on Surawbcrry
Alley, near the Market House. '' '
Feb. 14, 4-tt . :,.'.-V5 'H.
' tLARftsviiLK'Jantlary 30th, 1808."'
orob' CBRONtcu Da iin: Allow me
Id state, 'throngh the cOltins of yonr valua
ble paper, that aboat one o'clock on the
morning of the 4th insL, my bouse took fire,
by which it and tb furniture went greatly
damaged, The fire originate) by the burn-,
lag of the hearth-box. , The flames 'spread
rapidly along between the weather-boarding
and plastering, successfully resisting, for
nearly tw hour, our efforts to put it out.
Had it been discovered five minutes later, the
house could not have been saved. I bad a
policy of intntrance.ln the Southern Insurance
Company of Nashville, and to-dny. tb Ad
justing Agent eaiied upon me and settled my
lost to my full satisfaction. I take pleasure
in 'commending the Company to all wlsting
insurance. WM. N OJW WORTH Y.
Fsb. 7, 'C8-2w. r
- Family Residence for Bent. '
A Brick dwelling with six ro tins and hall,
kitchen, cabin, stable, buggy shed aud large
garden . With fine1-variety of fruit-bearing
trees and vines, also an abundant supply of
ice., Its location it in one of the host neighr
borhoodt of the city.' - A pply to v. . '
THOMA8, NEBLETT CO.
Eeo, 7, '68-2 w, . "'.'''' K "''
LAMDKETH'S KEW PB0P GARDE
SEED, just received at S.B. Stewart's Drug
Store. Now is the time to got a supply.
Jan. 31, 1868-tf
FOB XHC1NT The Billiard
and Bar Rooms at HiNry House (formerly
Moore t Hotel;. Apply to ,
Jan. 31, '68-tf. !
Olitmpei 'X'linit Ever. '
Henry Herman calls public attention to his
mammoth stock of Ready Made Clothing,
Boots, Shoes und Furnishing Goods, w hich
he Is now selling Ten iei cent.
below XSnnjtern - Prioota.
He is doing this for thirty day only, and all
who wish to avail themselves of tbi oppor
luhlty Will have to call toon, as the time e
hort. A contemplated change in business Is
his rensofl for offering such extraordinary in
ducements. - Kespeotfully,
: J pit HERMAN. ''
i January 24, J 808-4 w.. : , ;V ' . ,
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ITOlt HALE. .
I wUh to sell toy Photograph Gallery.
which Is in excellent condition. Terms easy
.ix. - - - W. H. ARMSTRONG.
Jan. 17, 1868-tf.'
JOHN W.FAXON, '
At tha Northern Bank of Tennessee, Is the
authorized Agent for . , ; "
DeBow'a Review Nash ville Banner;
Xaxhvllle Vnlon & DUpateb i Sash
vllle taictte; Loulsyine Courier and
Robertson Reglsler. '" " 4"--
Subscriptions forwarded free of charg
icArfi aceompaniad ly Iki Cukl
Clarksville, Teon., Dec. C, 186T-Gm. ; -
For County Offline.
FOR REGISTER. ' "
We ar anthorlsed to announce Johm D.
BkaulKt as a candldrte (br the offloe of Reer.
i'ter, of Montgomery County, at the next
Alarcb election. , . ,
Nov. 2?, lc'87 -ti,
We ar aothorittid to announce B. M.
Clifton, as a candidal for re-election to
ibe office of Register of Montgomery coun
ty, at the next March election.
Nov. 29, 18d7-le.
For County Trustee.
W are authorised to annnnce Goodlitt
Known as a candidate fur uouuly Trustee.
Klection to take pluce the 1st Saturday in
Marcli next. .
Jan. :ird. IflCS tde.
We re authorized to announce II. M.
Acakt, as a candidate for ' re-election to the
office of (Vunly Trosttee, at the eosning
March election. Jan 17, 68.
For Slate and foonty Tax Collcr tor.
We are aiitlioriird to announce J. J
RaWia as a candidal for Kwi knd county
Tax l-ol lector, at 1 tic enduing March election
' January 10, 1 atrt-tc. '
For Circuit Court Clerk.
We are authorised to announce Jiihm W.
Williuksos at a candidwl for Circuit court
clerk of Mouigumery tkwnty, at Die ensuing
March election. . . .,
Feb. !, lW-te,
Fr County Court Clerk.
W are authorised to annonnre PtTta
tiy.sL, at a candidate far County Clerk, at
the eunuing March elect ioL.
, J.ui, 17, 18G8-U
" Wa are authorized to aunounre Jon A.
Bailky at a candidate for t'ouuly Court
Clerk, at the entuing March cluclion.
Jan. 31, '68 le ' ' .
1 I'OB JAILOR. , ,
W a authorized to anupana C. II
aloBBiaos a a caadidal for Jailor of Mont
gomery County, at tb eusuiag March cite-
I'cK 7, lf6 .
Tarn Over aNew Leaf
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Time witn . unceasing tramp
marches on, and many a heart
that but; a fetr ' days ago heat
Pit a Pat with fund hopes
for the. future, Is to-day still
foreTef- r't"",rn !?-"".. m
Look back and contemplate
what time has. done for. others
and remember what It has Id
store for joq, I and ever) bod j
tise ; - men bsk ' ) ourscii me
question, What would become
of wife, children and the good
old folks, If my checks were
demanded by the doorkeeper
of the next world ? nave you
secured to them, In the erent
of yonr .untimely decease, a
portion-of the financial value
of your life through the medi
um of a , . -:.?.-
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' In the language of TJavjr Crockett,
"Be sure you are. right thed go
- And when yott tave procured a
Policy iu the 4 ' , k- . ,
this much you have accomplished.
Remember the name, and, get no
otW -t - . - a . i -
The NORTH AMEBIC A
Is Liberal, Mutual, .Just !
C. H. JONES, Agent.
Dr. J. H. MAIL0BT,?. WIX8HIP ant
SAMUEL J. TAIL0K, Solicitors.
And since yo'ir house might burn
down, insure, that J ;
The most successful merchants.
best business' men, and our thrifty
farmers, are the largest patrons of
Insurance. . They take -no risks that
responsible monied institutions will
assume at ao equitable rate.. It it
important to know where to go for
the reliable article, consequently this
notice directing you to the
Capital represented,' more than
(Observo that no ocean rolla between
you and their money.) , ,
NORTH AMERICA LIFE IN-
SURANCE COMPANY, of Now
ETNA FIRE, of Hartford.
HOME INSURANCE COMPA-
NY, of New Haven.
ENTERPRISE IN, COMPT, of
Cinoinnati, Ohio. ( ' .... ' ,4
STATE INS. COMPT. of Nash-
villo. ' ' 1 -'
TENNESSEE MARINE AND
FIRE INS. COMPT, of Nashville.
TRAVELERS' LIFE AND AC
CIDENT INS. COMPT, of Hart-
ford, ton n. - . ....:
When you want life), Tiro,
Marine or Acoldont !
Make 110 contract before seeing 1
U, lit aONliH.
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Losses Equitably Adjusted and
tmuTliii was the first A
j - -m
Ubliahed after the commencement of
P r.TRONlZE THE
Clarksville Insurance Agency
or c. a. jone8.
Ja. IT, lfft.i;
v,-.... .f;jrrr; ktxm
t, ft i s ;
C iii J iS' i? J RECElTf. ALJifOST EVERY fiAT,
NEW t GOODS, 1300TS AND
U ri-:V5 iBQIJGrHT;FOIt CASH,
GIvIdj their customers the flortttle advantage
iX .upoqs rrom wnicn jo aetecvand at the lowest price. Tbev now bare, ia
' ' a v.--.T 1st,
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The finest assortment of Goods, perhaps, ever eshlbited In midwinter In Clarksville.
Every od eaa appreciate the-advantages of flndina in out house all the articles needed.
especially at TJtfiiornaljr Low Knton. Rendor, please try our house this
year. We know yo Will not lose, and honestly believe yon will 8AVK TIWB AND
MONKY;- Yea will sav TIME bv Budinir what von want, and H0NBY br sretUno- the
arucie i lue jj v n M a 1 V A a U
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VX 3N"evV Wliolesalo and Retail . . ,
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Vv0s.ENED BY' :: s
C0TJLTEK& HILLMAN, .
' ' CLARKSVILLE, TETSTVESSEE.
' The Good all bought from the MANCFACTURER3, FOB CASH, at REDUCED
PB1CE3. The xwsamei haa but op profit W pay. -- ' - -
" ' 111 we ask is Small Advance on the actual cost of production."
No.one'ca6 fail to see theadvantairpi of bavins our Shoej who will fake the trouble
to examine our new supply. 154. Hundreds
' i-tuiucr, wueo we commencea mis as a separate orancn or our business.
This is no Maceration. Come and nrir nnr rnn.l nri an n.AnM xv m k.
glaVf Uve you; -We will gladly show you odr iooda. for we are very anxious for every
one to Know Where to boy at tho lowest prices, ' ' .
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Tbe largest Steel, and Greatest
Children's Shoes, perhaps
Is id be
HEW WHOLESALE AND BETAIl" 'C '
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" . QPENED BY-
v Misses' Polish Boots, in new and beautiful styles".
Children's Shoes; in all sty lea and aVlowpricesi '
Shoes, without heels, for oid ladies. -
Kid, Qoat, Toasting, Gloye
Shoes for Ladies and Misses,
and by the most reliable manufacturers. , .
Buskins, Slippers, Gum
Artie Overshoes for Ladies and Gentlemen.'' " s ,
A- 'Buflalotei' MM !
The Ladles' Rooms adjoining thefetatl
fitted iid. and the ladies visiting our rooms
and all spesially invited to favor us with frequent visits. -. t-. .',
Very respectfully, COULTEH Ac, IIHULJMA.TV.
viarasviiie. January o. 000-it
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' We invite the attention of Merchant to our facilities for telling the
traJe HOOTH and SIIOK, 09 at fuvorablo termi as
tho Jobbert of ' - ! ' .., ,n . i . .-
v ' Nashville,: Lonlsvlllc and Cincinnati. !'.
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We buy all our good for CASH, direct from tho Maouftcturert
and at at low prices aa they can be bought bv any houae. The only differ
ence ia in coat of transportation, which it trifling, and we pledge ourselves
to duplicato any bill bought in any of these cities. , To those who desire
to do a tafe businee. by purchasing only at they need the goods, thut
avoiding any loss by decline in price, we are confident we can offer 0pe
rlor inducement, and wo wiah an examination of, our atoek and-price..
Mens' Water Proof Boots. Mens' Stieheddown Boots,
Mens' Grain Boots. ' Mens' Calf and Kip Boots.
Mens' Low priced Bdots. ' Mens' Calf and Zip Shoes.
Mens' Calf and Kip Balmorals, -Wire
Quilted Shoos, 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 Shoea always on hand.
Great ear will be taken, at all Umea, to gat Boota and Ehoaa for boya
aad girl that will wear wall. All the above and many other not enume
rate, to fco found at the new 8tioe SWra reoently opened by -
1 COULTER h UILLMAN. ,
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SLXL FOR . ' ;
oritlwave finding a large stock of fresh
have realiied. the benefits of our low prices
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Variety of Ladle' Hisses' and
erer opened In ClarbiTlUe, ; ,
found at the
Eld, French Calf, and heavy
mad of the best material
Sandals, Cork Soles. V ,
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portion of onr. Shoe Store are comfortably
will find 1 hem convenient and strictly private,
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. sAIVXi STjiiVCYOK..'
Tfan and Bpeclficatlo1 of Bridget' fbN
utsbed, also of Building mr.4 Ornamental
Grounds.- Work of every dreerfpttfl' con.
Bected with building meaxared and chliila
tcd. Also, M anu fuel urenr" Agent, for ?team
Rnglnos and Machinery of evury drsi-rlptlon,
Twin Verandahs, Railing, Marbelitcd Tron
MntltTes,' Qrntes, Window Caps, etc.v"Terra
Cotta Ornamental Work, Chimney Top, and
all kinds' of Building Material, Hni?hed and
tjn(ltilh(?d, embraced 1n -carpeAtcrl Work ;
Galvanized1 Iron, Cupper, Zinc," Tin, Slate
and composition Rooting
All busidrss: Intrustei) to me will be at
tended to nroirlptly.' .
gttS" Oflic'e, on East sh5e of T'nhlie ?qnre
ClarksvAle, Trnn'.' Jan. '3; MtJ8-tf
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fi' -!- ' y. jpa hod
r" HETAIt1'' v
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: Paints, Oils,'
Window trlaj R9.
Perfumery, Soaps, !
Brushsa of all kinds, .
Bye Stuffs, -
Bomestio Liquid Byes,
Pure Wines, - .
Bourbon Whiskey, ''
French Brandy, ? , :
And all articled tirna
sary or useful in the Sick'
Wt ar recriTini? rVesh eunnliM rvtrv
weea, ana prepared to ruraisli any quae
lilies tb market may demand,
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At TKBI LOW PBICE8.
We call the atlnttinn nf Cmiiiuitnr
iBulldereaod Painter, to oar large stock or
aud Window Glues, aod all arlli'lv in the
war of Paiuters' material, which r.
selliug at, a bmau. advanca oa piaunu-j
mviurci. price, uraere iroin pn.rsicians
uroniDtlv tilled, at tha man nt thn t.ltl,.
.uoiu reu, rranaun 6i.,uiAurovHiJ0b
August io, Itte7-U , . . H
JAMES H. MALLOEY,
Office with C. II, Jones, Public Square
Will tell vry description of Propertv for
AdoiiBistratara, Esetuiors, Trustees, Agenle
and Private Parties, titbir on the (treet, n
the city or country. Has much eipcrienc in
Dry Goods Auctioneering.
WUI give prompt attention aad make re.
tonablechtrgea In all cases. Also, .
Tobacco Auctioneer and fieaorkl
Agent for Harrison & BhclBv,
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NOUTQJf, feUCGHTElt :&.C0.,
SJEXEB1L COMMlftSlOX VEECHA5T8.
NO. 10, BROAD STREET,
JN0. T. KDMUVDS, of Hopkins. Ills, Ky.
will assist io lb Sal ef Tobacco.'
Jan. 34, 168-6m" , ..- . . .
FIVE D0LLABS BE Willi).
Ran off from rjv farm, two bound "tors.
Charles fud Deary Burrusa. colored. Charle
it thirteen year, aod i a faritilil aiuktio.
He left Uctober Cd, Ueury b) eleven
yeara.of age, aod is ol a copper clor.,' k II
left Jun 30th. lHdf. The two boys ar
brothers, and art boudd to to by the Court
until twtuty-ont yrar ol age. I forewara
all persoi.a from hiring Or harboring (aid
boy, as 1 will pUt tht law la force u they
do. 1 will git the above reward tur- ibe
two boy s, tf delivered to s.
Jaa. 31, -4w. ,
- On ThurtVy. FelTuary 3fih, Itvtg, at 10
o'clot-k, I will ell, oa Iba prratites. en
llous and Lot, knows as lb Baird plare,
aiiaaied ou tb I'bar'oii road, just ouisidt
tbeeorporaiiiMi. A lo ! JqI joining
sam. plot of wblch caa be seen at B. V.
Katsee A Oo.'s Hardware Mart antll day til
1 EJIUS 0ns-(pyrtli cash end b'alaaotO'i
a credit of C, lit and 1 nrnaiU with ioier
est fron data. Potwation gla wbsa tertut
of Js sr complied ilh.
JONfS O. rruiETT.'Axw.
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IXFASr S08THISG SYRiPl
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Wrf'tiaee, hr liifrehase of the original r-
celpt, become sole pitfrietortif this velcbnt
ted neoioice:' we aK you crtv it a trial
with ah assurancr that yoa Wilt tn future
dtOard all tliosa oansebu-and dwtrueiive
stufTa, trirh a Hateitao's Ditpv tiodlrvy't
Cofdial, DeWee1 Mlsture, Cnmbinatimi
of a pstl afrd anti-prof riTe when h
Waa thoiigtif rliai 'tlm aVire dlsgus:lng -the
mirture Mid better ih tnliein, . ?
Use In the MoTrortlrWa-slSooit'isBreiif
Mnatioa quite v with' thf-nAvHrn-emetii af
the age. ' 4'leaaul to ntre, Irntmtesa In
acllon, efficient and reliable itf all casiiaw fa
valuable In the foilowing diseases r '
Snmmt'r Coraplalfit Irr'ognlgVk
ties of the Boweln, Kesltve
. it.-nessj Teething, ic.i a
Give health to the child ckittti lothf motif.
We could' give any quantity (It cVtiflcMe
bearing evidence of iu superior qua'iiir,'
but prefer that our medicine sflbnld ttanO on
it own merits, tsbich It Will do upon trial.
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;. DR.- S-3XBB60B:'f
Elixir of Pjrojihosphate of Irba
and . .Calisaja, t
This elegant oonShluatloa iMtteates all the
best tomm properties of pertivian bark and
Irod, without tbt dieagrr'eable taste and bad
effects of cither', teparatcly or it other prep
arations, at' these valuable, Biodicin'S., It
should be' takm in all emct when gen tie
touic impression Is-Mtqulrod slier convaloe-a
ceaee bom rtvitaa or other debllltatiug di
caset, or iu.tliose distretsirg jmitoi;i.niTiW
peculiar to females. Vo. I'eotalt should be
without it, if liable to such diteoaes, lor uotli- -inj
caa well take itaplace. t , .
JAMES RUDDLE & CO,
:. Siirley Sartaparilla ;
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Of all tn remedies that have been discov
ered during the present age (of tb "thou
sand ills that flesh Is heir M,"t none equal
this wonderful preparation. Ou'j tea years
hv etapeed Si net lb diK-ovtrer ( who tpent
t decade ia studying eiperiment. aud tx-r-cting
it) Brat introduced it to the public,
and It ia already 'recognized by lite nost em
toent physicians in. all rt W the i-ouutry.
SB ha Lha mrtat aiMTtirlalM an 4 aT..fa k...
djr lor tertata- diteate of which they have
kaowhalgt.' ..v ' ...'- .
All oUnrComptJUDdt-or By runt cf this
root have hitherto sailed tn command tbt
aa nation af tb Faculty, bervk -on being
tasted, they hare been found Wnauiain txix
iaat Ingredleota which atutmlit tht good
effect or tbt Sarsaparlllt, aadeftcntittet in
jur the health of tb patiauU - it tt not to
with Uudcy'e preparation. ' '- -'
This is the pure and geuulot eatrart of the
root, aod will, en trial, bt found t effect a
certain and perfect car ol tht Allowing
com plaintf and diseases t .'
Affections of trie Bones, Habit'ustOosfWt-ncss.
. Debility, Diseases of AU Kldoe.ia, Uys- ,
a . ltiet. Fistula, all skin disease,' .., .
,,. b .- Ll'tr (Jomplaint, Ioilige. v
. tioo, Piles, tuliao- , ' '.'
.v. aary. Diaeasos, s . , ,',.k
.-v . --. Syphilis, ,.,...(,.,.,
....... Scrofula, 4r King's Svil,. .,
HURLEY'S AG tJE TONIC !
Tb only remedy for Chills and Fever or
Ague and Fever that I or can be dcicudid
upon is Hurley's Ague Tonic' There haretieeu
thousand! cured by luini It who Imd tiiod
the usual remedies without beaefit - but ifi
o case nat j.x
f XIurloya Atjrtxta'X'tMalo -
failed t6 effect a tare.'' Aft k6 bare
used It t lieeriully tell their afflicted1 Weoa
of Hat a sure and certain citre for chills tad
(ever, Any one suffering from' Ibe chills
would consult their own Interest by seuding
to a drng store and buying a bottle. It Is
pleasant to take, compared With otheis, and
will be certain to chre all case of fever knd
ague or chilli and fever. good for it to tbt '
proprietors. " , ''-.''
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At tbi It really a specific for worms, aod
the irif and mat palutabli orm to give to
children, tt h) not surprising that tt , r'Hst ta
king the pluo of all othtr praparaiion for
worrasii beiug perfectly lasitlus, an child
will take it. . . i (,-..'
Hilts BC'UDLE Ctt, Proprietors. .
' Debility' rv
Lowof A pne- " ;
. 1 tlt,Waku1lo..'
digetltti,or D.v-pefwla, '
Waut of anion of the Liver,
'. OB DISOnDEHEI) STOMACH, J -There
ar ao Bitters that can tuuinart t
wlib these la removing these (Usurping
romptaints. Kor enre or ran bt bad at any
drug (tor In the United ftteteior front tha
proprietor. JAMtS KfOOI.B k CO. -
- , Uulvilf, Kv.
Oriental Pearl Drops !
tor beaotifylng the cornplrtloo, elftctualty
retntving tan, Krekleii,'Blolc'hie,atid givla'g
tht skin an elegant smoothness tot easily
attained by any other, Jts us among the
ladies of the East, gives It a charst-tur fur
efficiency which at onne stamps It as Influitt
1 tupior tut tht -loiict of any lady.
English Horse Liniment
Has proven lltvlf on of tl beat Llnioienta
made for Rprains Bruita, At., la all rasnt
wbm tried for either n or brast, aad will
do all we claim for It. Try a touts, aud f t
art SAtii6fd von wlU aevtr aflaiitttdt M
any other. .
JAMES RUDDLE tt CO., ;,
IVo.inf 13ullitt BtrH
LOUISVILLE. KV. .' .
Tot tal by ft. B 8twart, Tho. rieltj
cd t'irtoo PrK jCU-Ju::;, Tn-
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