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Thrrc hollar per J par, In fidTnitec.
i t fLlaTk,avsUv'a'euui:
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Tlic Tnqst sanguine must ha ve ccascJ
to fee, cVcn in dreams, a single ray of
Lope p'cnr'catlrt Ibc" dark . cloud of
ruinous despotism lowering upon tbo
entjrtj eonntrV; One Jiottf 'of fatrf-
olio. . wisdom would ulc to bind, tip
a broken Onion, nndrestorc-prosper
jky,- liberty, mid . happiness to' thirty
millions of enslaved rfnr despairing
people, 'Put. villainy.' and tyranny
bold sway whero'wiirtiom and patriot
ism '.oucesatuturoricd; the brave
nnd irencrouB impulses of n once free
mid provd pcoplo have given place to
ttolid apathy, trembling timidity,, or
insalliWo craving for tho spoils of a
troTcrnmcBt wrecked and fortunes
ruined. "Congress might, ty a single
rasoiuttoa, . gladdon tbo. hearts of
n;ilirins. tiriirlitcn their DrosDOcts nnd
restore their lost horitngo of liberty J
but instead of thus earning Undying
gratitude and, better still, the solace
of approving conscience", that body,
like ahull in a cli'ma sbop, takea a mad
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neilgiiv in BiniiBiiiiij; mo uiuuiuub tun
tonWvos ljka a boapt o,prey,',lies in
wait for its victims and exults "as it
Ftrlkca its fangs &eop into tbcir quiv
oring flesh. ' The eagerness of Con
gress to break down all the safeguards
which the' Constitution has thrown
around the rights of Stales and indi
viduals, is apparent in everything
dono by that usurping cliquo which
in nothing, is restrained by pure mo
i Tor instance, the country was led
to boliove the Toconstruotiotr 1 meas
ures, eo glaringly . unconstitutional
and so-cruelly 'unjust to the South
would be" permitted to succeed or nil
upon the terms hid down in the bill
but as soon as it was ascertained that
the moasure had failed, in Alabama
through the action of the Toters crcat
ted by that bogus enactment, a reso
lution was offorrcd jn Uongvess do
daring the rejected constitution rati
lied and the State entitled to icpre
Mentation. But as. if to divide the
---. -- mcni.h tnfil,
iuous despotism, the satrap is allowed
to reopen the polls for five days more so
as to give the negtocs time to veto as
often as they please and, if necessary
to import' others, and thus secure
hcciuing majority for the rickety bant
ling of a monstrous political luisco
'But jutipe might still triumpl
over liceucious tytanny were - the
dcpaftmoiits of tho ' government true
to the constitwtion and their duties
under it. The Kxccutlvo has, long
sin oo, folded his bauds and Buffered
thorn, to bo ticifry und the Supvemc
Court, either foariug the power of
Congress, or being a williug ro-opo-vaor
iu Congressional tisurpationsi
iliselnim any juriMdietion over ((uos
tions growing out of those usurpa
tions, thus ignoring their sworn duty
to maintain the Constitution, the
protectiuit of which was the primary
object of its orralion. With two dc
partiiietiU of tho government for the
establishment of a "despotism, the
other rendered powerless by its own
iwactjon, ant a large body of the
pcoplo sustaining the conspirators
ti;iinst liberty and 'law, tho only ro
uiaiug hope for Ha ultimate safety of
the government is in armed revolu
tion, aud that can ouly be inaugurated
by that people whose boasted love of
ffte JUU d the Constitution im
pelled them to wage a bloody war, as
the dupes of a party that has dissev
ered the one and trampled under foot
the othor. ,Tho' South, disarmed, is
powerless for self-dufonse, and it ro
mains to bo seen whether the people
who poipetratcd murder and robbery
wnder tho .ftag, that was deseribad by
(lieoly as a "flaunting lie," and all
for the Constitution aud tbo Union,
will defend tlieni still, or tamely bear
olio end of tho yoke that baa been
fastened upon the necks of the poo-.
pie. If they fail to prove their sin
cerity by their works, the fact will go
forth to tbo world that the pretexts lor
the war were a lie, nnd that envy and
malice and abolitionism were the sole
incentives to the bloodiest crimes of
which history has any record. ' The
people of tho Ntrlli must save tho
Constitution and the I'nioii or bear
the stigma of n l.iwlefs, cruel horde
a1 depredators upon tho rights and
property of an uno,TouJing people.
('niitr.iry to our ex poctatiuu, Judge
l'.itry has, so far, uped the doom
(uitieipated by fiieinU, and bis thiev
ish proKiKNitor is the only sufl'efor by
t tic villainous attempt to oppose lion
il. .t L nvrr ,.v.l
lh.it knarry mtj '
The Legislature has given anollker
exhibition of Its petty malice ad In
effable meanness by:confewwig upon
old Spittra tbo tigUlafrdoaignataihe,
paper's that shall puWish legal adver-
iiseincnis. xi is none, oi course, lor
the benefit of tlicwe."lin)heels that
have a circulation about equivalent to
the voice f town cner.' 'Ve 'Had
SiippOSvd.nnd RH1I belietolhai'lha
publication of legal advertisement Is
?' ".v'li-. .2 -'.t .1.' i-i;
a luaivrr uisereuooarywiiiiiuo par-Ues-lii.igant,nd
that while, thi6g
islnture may . aay, what papers tnay
publish thptu we know of no author,
it j that can prohibit counsel ftbui (lo
ng what is best for his client. '
"iicrp is the jawtrr -',r':""V
AN ACT to rofiulatcjbn publication o( legal
titi'Tios I. J3t ittnatttd hu General At-
trmhly tf the . State oj T-muiste, Tli.1t il
SDnII m tils' Duty or the Governor to tles
ipnnte -wh -ncwtinpcrt tn aoh ud
ereiy Congrcwionnl Uuttrict in tli Btnte, t
ill hit jmlgnient the public iutcrcsts may rc
quirc, in which nil' kgul 'Advertisements re
quired by 1W to be tnAife In a newspnper,
hull bo published, for erary .county in mcb
t'ongrcwional l)iUict, as. retmired by law,
orders ot riMulicatioa, lUUchuieut auu non
resident notices, tales or huid by decree, exe
cution, mortgage, and for taxes, by sberifts,
clerks and all other offices, together with ail
other advertl&nitinU' required by law 10 be
made and puollshea in a newspaper of what
ever nature, which newspaper ahull be print
ed and published In the Congressional Dis
trict In and Pjr which they ahull oe so desig
nated; ' Frotidei, that in any district where a
Merman paper is published ,and where cthe
nuibar c4 tut population may justify It
such German paper may bo designated addi
tionally. . -
'8m. 2. JSC it further etacted. That all
newspapers so designated, Shall bt the official
newsapors for the county nnd the Congress
ional District, iu aud fur which such news
papers may be so designated, aud in which
II the legal advertising of iuch "county and
district thill be made, M required by law;
ana it (Ban De.liieUuly ot Uie editor or pub
luhcr of such newspaper, upou the payment
of the printer's fee, to file iu tho clerk's of
fice of the court baring jurisdiction, his affi
davit, with a printed copr of snch advertise
ment appended, together with vis reeeipt for
the payment of Ilia printer's fee, paid by the
party at wuose Instance, or tor whose bene
fit such advertisement shall have been made,
to be collected as other Costs, whiclfflidavil
shall give the. dates of the paper m which
the advertisement appealed,. pud be bled and
recorded by the clerk, as the legal evidence
of the publication of the same, to be reaif
or a certified copy thereof, in all -courts of law
and equity i and any such publication made
contrary to tho provisions of this act, iu dis
tricts where newspapers are designated, shall
be null and of no effect '
Sro 8. I'e (t further enacted, That the
compensation to ,ths publishers of newspa
pers in this act be the sums as now provided
by law lor siinuiur purposes. . '
Sec. 4. lit 'it further enarte i" That,'- in
east there is no paper deslgnuted in a coun
ty, then in that case, the , legal notices shall
be rnbllilied in the most convenient and
widely ciiea'.atcJ paper in the county disig-
nated by the Uovrr ur for the publication of
legal notices, t , u. .i ..,, L
The Central Democratic Committee
at Nashville Jiave adopted an admira
ble preamble, and aound resolutions,
concluding with the' endorsement of
Andrew Johnson as the preference of I
I t II II LUOTIU 1W K TVDlUljn I. S
deal may be said on both sides of this
proposition. For ourself we care lit-
tlo what may be the name of the man
provided be is tho earnest advocate of
live issues and tho true friend of lib
c'rty and tho Constitution. ,'Vith re
gard to Mr. Johnson, wo shall reserve
any expression of opinion until he
gives oerasion for it by doing some
thing dccisivOf or gives additional
proof that he can, or will, do- noth
ing. -...: W ..
" In the meantime, wc urgt tho rer
commendation of tho Committee to
organtzo in every eonnry, and nlso a
otate Convention of Democrats, and
the appointment cf a full oleotoial
ticket, to be voted for by while men.
Such an election may be called bogusa
but there is no law against it, and the
result of such nn election will ba the
only true exponcut of public opinion,
and though it may not be counted,
can not fail of effect upon tho popu
lar mind of the North.. -i ; ,
- Wcinvitc tlio ntteiHion of our read
cr, uod of Radicals iu'.cucr.il, . to,
tlto letter from Pennsylvania, that
they may sea in wW jieputa our nc
gro Radical government ' is held by
intelligent Germans,' and , also Low
hopolesnit is to expect respectable men
to come licro to be domineered over
by negrocB and their thieving yankee
masters. TUo letter is a volume of
argument - against the policy which
controls tho Ptato. But intelligent
settlors are just what the Radicals do
not desire. As many white settlers
as you ploaso, but they must be below
the average of plantation hands, or
they will not assimiluto readily with
tho material now here. -
The Impression seems to provnil
that the President, by recent movo
ments, has assumed tho offensive to
wards Cungrees. lie lias long boon
offensive to tlint body, but we do not
believe ho intends, to . bcoomo more
'aotivel so; talking is his specialty1;
action i not his forto. .
A Ilea lor Justice. '
The following menioVinl from the atnploy-,
el ob the JUnijihis, Clarkoville aud I.ouis
tiile road, kw bevn submitted to llie deueral
V(. the petitioners, would most reiiect
fully jH'titloa jour honornhle U)dy to dovlse
under the administration of (looi-pe T. I.ew hil
nnd a II llnwn as receivers (or the State
.J' i ' u i.i-i-..!., ,
Some of in have been working add rond
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means wucrrny we may ue enaiuen ui jrapixi iu imnuiig cuius una oik:iiiiilns tor " "" pw "'"1,,wu i ' "
the money due us tor service on the llie State and "utioealianmaiffn 0f ths cem- ! ,n tuWB. f Clarksvilla, couimaudiug the! la Hie tlarksville Chronicle, a newspaper
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his, iMKuvuie aua i.nnisviue noaii, ling- wnson ana rail, ; , ... .,.,n. . .u..
il,. Jnt mnH from two to four months I i-ou.ciiiiou, aim appointed a
aVes arenow dwi" "Kmu"'cmomitleeto irg on the National Commit -
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n, memorial is tl.ucJ hy cKv-nvc c.a-
fj TELEGRAPHIC !
Nabhvii.i., Feb. 15. The soa of 'Jadge
Hawkins, of the Supreme Coifrt, was badly
woundad in the thigh Inn eveninf by -tbe
accidental discharge of a pistol in his pocket.
The city authorities, succeeded'-, to day In
borrowing $5,000 to pay employes, A much
target sum Was needed. ,i
' Itoswcil Cafy, acting United States attor
ney, died last evening.. His remains were
forwarded to Wlscousfn, bis home. 1 ! ' '
- The Conservative State Committee met in
ibis City to-night and adopted a resolution
looking to a thorough organization' tli'ooph
flnt the rltflt, and warmly indorsing the ad
ministration of president Johnson;, declaring
that the Ooverouieut wn established to give
protection to the politico rights and material
interests of the" white race, and that it should
be so administered ; proiosing tomnKo with
tut iinoCratta parly. of the Union and 'all
others, iu opposition, tq Jjie existing Coo
ffressional destKitism.' "'"' ' ' "
In relation to th hcxt Presidency, th fol
lowtnfj resolntioa was adopted I ; .-. -.
Basolved,' That .indrew. Johnson., is the
choice, of the, Democratic and conservative
people, of Tennessee for the Prsldehcy of the
United States, in November next and "taat,
if elected, b will reeetv their cordial and
unanimous support. .They, will, however,
iT somo other good man, nnd loyal to the
Cbnstlta'tlon, and to the rights nd libertli-s
fif the people, be nominated by the National
Demoornuc Convention, cheerfully acquhwoe
and. j ield ijiiuo a hemtj and enthusiastic sup
por, ,t r,, ... ,;,. v,.', r1 . vrt
St. Lorra, Ftb 15.r-Joha Edward?, who
was arrested last August tor embezzling some
eighteen thousand dollars from 'the Union
Savings Bank of"thility, of which Institn-
tloa ha was teller, was. uicd yestrday and
acquitted, it being proved that the sum in
question was simply an over draft allowed
to one of the heaviest depositors of the bahk,
and In accordance with the custom of the
The SL Louis Citv Council havinff learned
of a disposition on the part of Congress, or a
portion tuereor, to move tn national capital"
to tbo Mississippi Valley, have adopted reso.
lulions requesting Senators Uraks and uen
derson and Representatives Pileand, New
couib, from (his city,, to use their best efforts
and offer the greatest inducements) necessary
to eeeur the removal of the ftatiooal capital
to Ht. Louis coual. They bave also adopted,
a resolution asking the. Slate Legislature, to
assist in efleciinjf this object 1 '' ' ' '
Ew ioitK, too. 15. Uencrai Ciut is said
to have tendered his resignation as Minister
to Russia. -" k- - .- u-
A City of Mexico correspondent states that
the whole country is reported broken., out
with pronunciamentos. A severe hght oc
curred in Mexico City between the officers of
Juarez's body guard and the police. VThe
whole alitor bud been mid before Cengress.
Negrislo, who had pronounced in - favor ot
Qrtega, is said to be without friends.
Ntv Yoke, Fob.. 15. The Tribune's
Washington dispatch stales that Lieutenant
General Sherman has telegraphed to one of
his friends to Washington nd other 'places
that he does not wif n o eoma here, and that
be does not believe the President can locally
create a new military division. . fie is so de
termined on this point that be prefers the al
tcruatire of resignation, and will so act If
ordered to accept the post
Lieutenant. Oeacral bberman baa tele
graphed to his brotlier to have the military
committee ref use to twnction the appointment
and that Senator will present a bill denying
the authority of the Prusidcat to rank the
proposed change. The action of Lieutenant
Ucncral blierman creates a great deal of talk
The World s dispatch says the friends of
the l'residont expect that be will soon ra
move tttanton and nppoinf another, member
of the Cabinet ad interim to perform the du
ties. ' it is thought that this course Will In
volve only a peaceful Judicial question.
' - The iusubordinuta position of Uen. Grant
towards tbe President is also nieutioned as a
fore a court martial
- The chances of McClellan's nomination as
Minister to England are improving. . ,r .,
- XoKaoN, Feb. 15. The Earl of Derby has
been very ilL An -uncontradicted tumor
wrs prevalent this forenoon that he died du
ring the night,
Sir G. Hhce,' one of the jndges of tho
Court cf Queen's liench, died last tvening.
WAsawcTON, D. C, Teh- 14.' 18C3. De
velopments seem to indicate that Johnson
has assumed the offensive with the-determi-
hation to carry the war into Africa, but ap
pearances are deceptive aud things fearfully
mixed in the National capital. ' Within (lie
past twenty -four hours the President has
made three important moves, alt calculated
to alarm the Radicals and produce an im
prentiou iu the country. , that wo have had
rapid succession. The nominations of Lieu
tenant general Bhermcn as' brevet General.
the creation of a new military department.
styled the Military Division of the Atlantic;
i i . ,- .! . .i ... i .
ucttu-iiuaii.:i at t iuuuiiou, una imru, tut
ordering of ticncrnl Tbouius, Adjutant-Ben.
encral of the Army, to his post, which has
bcea tilled ths last sis years by Assistant
Adjutant-general Towosvnd. Tho latter or
der is significant iu view of those which pre
cede It. Matters of private and 'personal
character rained tJeueral Thomas to be de
tailed for duty elsewhere, . his midden res
wraiioo has been sniiciiuUed.. -
The second order has been followed by a
resolution of Inquiry from Senator Wilson,
calling upon the President tor bis authority
for creating new military, division, while
his authority, denied in Uiu Senate, .will be
found, on examination. Mill nnd coinplcte;
and on this point tbe President Is perfectly
scare: '-. - -is- c-.t .1 , ..N...
The Radicals are already par-.cling put the
ojlices iu view of tiraut's ejection. . Wash,
burne as Secretary of the Interior arid gener
al dispenser of Kxecutive : pntroaags seem!
agreed on. Several other i Washkurns bave
foreign apH)iutments. . ,
The juuioial outisge perpctrateif at Mem
phis by Judge Hunter is condemned here by
cvery-one. Omst expressed regrets ' that
Major Davis allowed troops to be used but
uudcr ths circuiustauce docs net thiuk the
In tho case of McCardle the Supreme
Court to-day overruled the motion todismiso
the nppenl for Csut of jurisdiutiun. The
Chief Justice, iu delivery pf opinion, held
that undur the act of February Mb, 18G1?, aa
ippeal liesfYoiu the judgement of a Circuit
tiourt in an original oase of habeas corpus to
ths Supreme Court of the United Stales upon
the oilier point made in argument, that Mc
Cardle was in milliary custody, charged with
a military oflensr; that the jurisdiction con.
lerred by ths act of Kebruary tin, 18(37, be
ing additional, therefore the Circuit Uoiirt of
Mississippi had no jurisdiction of McCardle
under t lie act of 1 8J 7. The Courtxprcssed
noopinlon, bnt held there were questions go
ing to ebow the jurisdictioa of Ui Circuit
Court, which would cuiue upou their uiiuutrs
nml I'm .1 nr,. i. ....... I ll, P.- M.,..,l ... I.
March next " --
Thi.si.'i.enmn.;iu. Mim.M a nrj4.
vnted to rocouiniend tbe n-loru of Shermau s
bruvel uoniiimlioit to lh l'lueident, nh a
resolution stating that it is ndvistahle to
confer "brevet ruuk on olliccrs of the two
highest trades. t, . . . r , . (
A bill ceding a tract ten niikiuare,
south ot St. I.ouis, for llie location vf the No
tlonal capital, wasMtroduccd Inte the I.owtu-
Hou of the Legislaturo yesterday, and rtyt
isrreaio tee tomruitttwon rUyral lielaljoui
""T"1""' "esaoi-imiie outc
CominitHri'hnvciialled a tStata Coaveuiion
lur ui 1 IIU ol Alarctl, to chooie dc cir.itcs Id'
. tn National Convention.
The Ucmocraujuudiiidic.tUarMbuiilyn-t,mfor four aneeessiM ' week ia te nponblm: It is therefore ordered that pals.
w "'"" or new -1 ora c iff as htu
,ptact ,ur liMmt lU, J'fwuij Ceuen-
Itw iois. VJSiimai oi commerce,
which has hercfore taken a hopeful view ot
the troubles, seems bars become alarmed I
Jt looks as If t'le teal of those who care
snore tot party supremacy than for the most
vital interests pf tuecouuiry, sad who. would
rather riila the land we lore than resignthelr
rule over It, was about to pluuge thera head
long into a course that must end Ju rcvglu
tion. Those who bave heretofore been tbe
most hopeful are jiow gloomy - and djespond
ent, tor madness seomt to rule tlia hour,
and the roily of oar legisietare-appears to" be
without restraint, If Jie country must pass'
through the fire before peace and unity can
be restored, perhaps it may as well come now
asever." . s
.' Speaking -of tb 'defeat of the Alabama
eenititntioa, the tarns paper Observes i a -'The
political rnahagera Who are tryW 4o
recenstrnct the Southern. States aadAhotca
of two peliciet to pursue-r-one of kindness
and magnanimity, which, would have given
tbe whites a fair chance, without1 heedless
humiliation, and tht athet the policy of tea
frenee, nick-named justice, imposing (estsflbd
penalties which il was well known before
hand' Anglo-Saxon pride and 'self-respect
would Indignantly reject. The new consti
tution was framed distinctly in the interest
of the black man as against , thp white, and
that being the great objocwhich the Radical
plotters desire to compass, W4 may look fot
an ametdment to the recHrnction law which
will make majority of all .the r rotas east
(instead of all those registered) sufficient for
a choice. Of course, Mint will have tho de
sired effect. Thus it is that the leaders of the
Radical party stride on from one opprMtiv
measure to another, correcting : no errors la
Ibeir legislation, excepting, those that lean
toward the side of moderation and clemency
to the vanquished Sou,th - -
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Wsfive the following article. rom tbe
Richmond Enquirer as illustrating the.med
of a Vreedman's Bureau at. the South, ; Tbe
incident K we suppose, one of ten thousand
similar onea, f daily occurrence la that se
"A gentleman frpm one of the seigbbof
ing eoenties, who desired to obtain a number
of able-bodied negro Iu borers .for bis planta
tion, Visited Richmond to procure tlicm hav.
uist heard timl there were hundreds ot un.
embloyed blacks, lounging jdly about Um
city. The morning after bis arrival be was
directed to one of the localities where large
quantities of 'bread and and soup are distrib
uted by the Freed men's Bureau.-: H sound
ragired, hungry, horde of nearly five hun
dred persons, assembled to receive their usu
al supply of food. To bis astonishment, these
applicants for sonn and bread were not all
women and children..- Me counted one oCn-
dred aud eighty able-bodied negro men, ca
pable of performing every . variety of farm
tabor, i nere tnev were, witn every con
ceivable variety of vessels, waiting hours, t
be fed by the -iiuTOaii. -To. many, of these
skulking idlers he olfered the highest wages
paid to agricultural laborers. lint tnev all
refused to enter his service, alleging, "mohg
ether reasons, that thef were led by the Bit-
rcon,.and did not wum, by Jeavtng Rich
mond, to forfeit their pghf to votelV, t tj
MsMrnp, Feb. 17 Geo Gillem has or
dered an elevlon for the', ratlfioatiort of the
eonstitntion of Arkansas. . The election is to
commence tbe J6tb of March and continue
five days, the same to be conducted as here
tofore in tho other States. ' '
Tn thn Khlnneraand' Planters. Af
Sonthera Kentnck) -and lenaesaea,
' GeKTi.au kn : With my . son,-James F.
Smith, I hare opened a house iu New York,
under the firm name and style of John K.
Smith k Son, for the purpose of doing s
general Commission business. ..: .
It is unnecessary to detail here tbe cauaes
ucss ; they are doubtless known to the most
of yon. ' After a lnrge exerienoe of twenty
years as a factor and purchaser of th lead
ing articles of. WcsUua produce Tobacoa
Wheat, Pork. Flour, etc I have conclude!
! to change my bnsiness, and selecting New
York iu) my luture.Iield or operations,; ofre
you m;- service as .salesman of tbos staple
of which I was formerly a buyer,
' This step, which necessitates scparatfoi
(temporary, at least), from family and
friends, has been taken by the urgent adviee
of friends, whd use as an argument, that, J
have badioo bigli an opinion of the value
of Tobacco for Constant succesi as a buyer ;
that the' same feeling will be Ihe" strongest
element of sueoess as a seller, and cause use
to exact and obtain tbe highest market prise
for. all. produce entrusted to my charge. -In
my new business, . while holding my
self prepared to handle all kinds of Western
produca to tbe best advantage, J propose to
make lus sale ot iobocco a specialtv, aad
devote my individual attention to the siJepf
mis great staple. t
1 All Tobacco consigned to my address,
will be carefully i attended to in -gard
to weighing and sampling. ' Each hogs
head w 111 be gold uport its own merits, for tht
highest Value which ran be obtained for tti
same thus small shipments will never super
by the side of larger oqes. My aim will be
to reader equal justice to all, and hinke th
best sales possible. It is upon this basis
alone that any house ean hctpe to rise hon
orably to usefulness and success . . .
The capital supplied is ample for the busi
ness I propose to do, and the advances made
on shipments will be liberal and jnst, Par
ties desiring to ship to my ' boose, will find
no difficulty is negotiating their drafts lonf
the banks,, . , , , .
Relieving' flinf I can serve you to yourid
vantage, I solicit a fair share of your pat
ronage, os a trial shipment, at least, no mat
ter now small.
lam reiectfully jours,
New Jewelry.: Store !
Just opened, In connection with .'
Conover Bros's. Book Store,
0, FBAKKL1N BTUKKT, -
Complete Assortment of Watches,
Clocks,' Jewelry 5Uyer and1'
. - Silver-Plated Ware.
I have secured llie services of Mr. L.
Cuuchat, just bom l'lorencc, who will at
tend promptly to alt repairing. All work
warrantee, very respect hilly, '
I-'eU II, 'Bd-ly ; - J. L. OrxlFFlTII.. j
, ATIKXTIOX; WOItKI$CMEJ
In accordance with a request of the mem'
tiers, a meeting nr the Clarksvlllc Working,
men's Union wlli ba heldattbeOourt-hoasa,
eu (Saturday evening, 2id iusU, for, the pur-
We V' transsolinjt impoitint urivjitu tusl-
i "ss. A lull attendance 1s desired.
8. D. POWKI Pies'V,
Fch. II, '68.lt.
Robert Clark vs. fanny Clark Petition for
' lMvorce.- .' ' " J.'
It appearing1 from tbe petition and affida -
ril filed in this cans, (hat 1'auoy Clark, the a mm-resident of tVn, State of Tennessee, and
defendant, is a non-rt-sident of Tennessee :1a clliren of the State of Kentucky, so that
It is therefore ordered that publication
tn Mud. Vim. Vnll. miiamuI. h.1i. Ah.
Uarad next, at a special term id in. !'rcit
i l.'ourt for Moniiromerv uiuntv. Trni.Mia
and thon and Intra nleaJ. answer or il.miir
to tne piainlir s Mil, or uie same wiH be
1 lakM for wnfstd as So hr and set fcr
Iimi ig parte, , . ,
J.' VV.' WlLLUMSfiN. lit.
J-b. :i, 'C8-iw. '
Firs);. National Bank
Ownedby individuals of this city and vicinity
a. r. bkacuont, oso. a. wiariai.0,
oeo.'w. BiLLkaa,"' ' riAciiaa1a;T"
4 t. o. noRMEansa. ' ' ; ur
Igsuos'tib Notes of its own;
AVOIDS THAT RISK. "
RECEIVES DEPOSITS, BKaLS IX F.X,-
INVlKl, bUI.U A.1II m l r,K snu
15ITEI) STATES B0JiH8, BRLLS
UvblUHT BS4FTH ON'JiRW,
'"" ASD OtHEK CITIES. fc
C0UECTIO38 MADR AND PBOHPTLT
Ta KKJiinittf,;, sU t.w?.a
U r., fs g, y, BEAUM05T, PreaH.'
W. P. HCME, Cnshler. J i .- 1
JOHN K; SMITH.- i . i , J. F, EMITS.
r JOHN K. SMITH & SON,
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTORS
General Commission Merchants
v S VO: 1J BROAD STREET,
' Feb. 21, 18C8.tf v J! t-
,;.r horack "n; tiRTON, . ;;
ATTORNEY AT, I.AV,
is piat'ltaj-ylllo, .Teiiii, ..
Will rtractiee .in" the Courts of Dickson,
Stewart and Montcomerv.
m.t.'nice, on Btraw berry Alley Opposite
tae uonrtnouse, . t v; ,-) ju r ,
Fsb. 21, '68-6m . . .- ' .
vi Just 3-t-oceJved. X :
Stags's nsar Curca Hams,1"
'. - Dried Beef. '
uuminy, - ,i.
r Deans ;.-. - '
and Pntator-a. !
FfrvfrXCRUSMAN CBESNUT. v
.Feb, 21, '68-4W. u. . ,
: a ' -NOTICE. -J "Vi V-i-Vy
All persons haTlen claims against tbe es
tate of Terry U. Smoot, dee d, are notified
to file the same within the time prescribed
by laW With me. and persons knowing them
selves indebted to said estnte are requested
to come forward and settle without delay.
' WM. M. DANIEL, -:,
Attorney for Sarah A. Stnoot, Admr'f,
. Feb. 21,.'68-4w,' '. . . . " .
STATEMENT OP' THE CONDITlOSti
r- . si.-sa , or rna '.. '., .! t- r.-;
:: J4.W JL. M2M-iMT. JLWJLCT 54
lire and Marine Insurance CoM
On the 31st day of December, 1867, . U1
rna nams of tub company is
Eutfrprise Fire and "Marine Insurnur Co.
It is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The
-ntnonnt of Carrital Is One Million Dollars.
Tbe hniouat Of Capital Stock is Xoe MiU
lion Dollars. . ,. ,
The Assets of tbe Company art as follows,:
Cnsb oa hand.., -$91,314 28
Premiums in hands of Agents, .107,345 C8
rapu usuiic u i L I it: 11 111 IJCT ., .' ' ---j
Bonds owned by the Company. . .,
to-wit: . , , . .
Potted StntefBondt....".....'...' ' -laaSO
Tennessee State Honda...,. . , H.iiOO
Wrecking Boat Stock .4,000
Loans on Uonds and Mortgages '
-neiog first lien on uuiuoum- . f j -..
bered Real Estate . worth . . .
'double amount loaned....... S7,000 Oi
Debu otherwise secured....... .i 77,849 02
All other Securities ,j3i,2)j 80
l ft a kj.-.
tosses unadjuetd!...':..V.:......'u 6'SS4 40
Alt! ether claims against the; 77 v ,m iu
' Total Liabilities.;;
1. '-.$68,9M: 40
, ,f 1,239,372
The greatest amount jnsured ln any-' v'rt"
one risk... (10.000
The greatest rfmnunt allowed by the ''
. rules of the Conjpftiij to be inrv, -".'j
Eurcd ja any one city, town or
vllngs....'.;..-.:.?...;....;:.: No rule.
The greatest amMnt allowed by tbe. ..; .! .
.rules of the Company t9 be in- .
('.., . niSKTORS.
TIT0MA3 SnERI.OCrC, President. '
' R. M. Bithop, of R. II. Bishop Co.' . i
... Theo. Cook, of Barker, it art k Cook.
Joseph C. Butler, Pres't Lafayette Bank.' ,
"" Janies Glenn, of William Ole'nD A Sons.
L. R. Hull, of Add.v, Hull & Co. , 4 ....
A. S. Winslow, of Winslow i Smith.
'iJohn Rhitlito, of John Shillilo W.
Charles Rule, of C. Rule k Coleman. .
D. T. Woodrow, of Woodrow k Moars.
Adolph Wood, of Adolph Wood ft Co.-
.'. A. D. Ballock, of A. D. Bullock A Co.
Allen Collier, of J. Swasey k Co.
Ii. A. Harris, Rx-Mavor of Cincinnati
lt. B.Cassily, Vice President., ' -
, C. H. JOXESs Ag't,,'.;
CLUttSVILLE, TK.NN. :
Feh.M4, 18C8-lm -
. In Chancery at Dover.,, j
P. O. Sexton ti. II. F. Ferris etals, " '
' in this cause, it appearing to ths satisfac
tion of tbe Clerk and Master, from the alio
gallons in tavx but ot complaint aud the am.
davit thereto annexed, that II. F. Ferris nnd
others are non-residents of the State of Tea.
oessee, so Ih&t.tlie prdinary process pf law
cannot be served Umn them ; it Is therefore
ordered that publication-be uiade fa the
Clarksvills Chronicle, a newspaper published
iu the cily of Ciarksville, for four successive
weeks, for said non-resident defendant to
appear bafure tbe CkvjosUor on or before ll.r
Thursday after the second Monday of April
next to aoswr or demur to said bill of com
plaint, or the same will betaken lor confessed
aud tl for hearing ex parte as to them..
... CHARLES P. JIOOUE, C. k il.
Feb. Jl, 'CoV4w. , , . , ...
, ,In Chancery at Dover. .
Wra. McReynoldses.B. S. Kca.edy et alt.
In this cause, it sppoaring to the satisfac
tion pf Clerk and Mujter, from the alligations
contained la the Rill of Complaint and from
the affidavit of complainant, thst William
j I'ecly, one of the detendsnts In this cause, is
the ordlnany process of law cannot be served
InnAn tilm ft im fliur.fVkM nr.lu ru.1 tKnt tullk.
ante nu or before tti. Tnutwiay aiirr mesce-
Innil Mnn.lnv of Anrll next, of th. Chancery
irinrt nf Strwart countv. to r bolden at Do-
ver, to n-wrT or eemnr io miu run, or in.
same will be taken for ronfrssed and set tor
i bearing- ei parte, as io mm.
I CM A Htt'S P. MOORF. C. & 51.
' lb. 1 1, UUd-tw.
MK J. Tsssl has removed her MilllnerV end
Dress Making Establishment over Courts k
Reaaniont'i, where she will be pleased to see
her former customers and as wny ney ones
fas Will fsvor her with a call. X
MRS. J. TASSI.
Pen'. Sl,'68-4.-"I "r , 5, il
Tbe partnership heretolbre existing be.
tween Imneaa 4 Caudle -was- dissolved bv
mutual consent on the H th Inst.
. if . U; W CAUDLE.
Feb. 21, '68-4w
M A N U F A C T U R E R S ?
CIGARS MADE TO ORDER
FINE CIGARS, AT NEW YORK PRICES'
VTeU 1 1 flfifUy '
R. T. POLLARD.. ROB'T MURRELL.
General Commission Merchants,
115 PEARL. STREET,
NEW YORK CITY.
I will make liberal Cash Advances on
Tobacco' had ' other Product'" consigned- to
Messrs, Murrelt 1t Co., -And' wilt give special
personal attention to the shipping of same
irom viarKsvuie, irioe a tstmiiBg na L,in
wood. THOMAS FsflTTUS.
Feb. 1, 1868-4n , h J
INSURE YOUR LIFE
Life Insurance Company,
TENNESSEE AND KENTUCKY,
Strictly a Southern lustitution,
CASH CAPITAL, . $200,000
R. C. Brinkleyj' Sam'l Tate, , ,
F. M. White, N. B. Forrest; "
Amos Woodruff. . J ,' F. S. Davis. .
C. Ps Norrisy.A i si.v, W..A.'-wynr.i.
Lewis Howes,"-" ' C. W, Kroner, 1
Peter H. Wills: - Jaobb Weller, '
C. C. Speatar,; , A 3. H. BeBt Voice.
ujjicrtt jucmjiru; Jenn.
F. M. Whitet ......President.
R. O. Brinklev....... .-'.Vice President.
fVam't Tnte1-.;.....-.;;'.....V.;.rtyice President.
V. S. Davis..,.....-....., i...i.'.Treasoiet.
Ben! May .;.;.........;..iecwtary.
Da N.' L. . TU0MA3; XledlcaX. EanJner,
ClarklviUs, Tenn. . -
T. J. MlKfO&r Agent,
GALLON OR BARREL. ,
Apply f( tbe GAS WORKS,
Olnrltsvllle, - ' - - Tenn,
j April 6, 1887-Jt.. r , . s. - ;
' . 1 FOR THK
BENEFIT OF SHELBY COLtEGE.
FRANCE, SMITH & Co
WILL BE DRAWN IN C0YIXGT0X IT.
i ' February 11th,' 1S63.
. GLANN O A,j
February 1th, ttm.
56iOOU N umbers, k 1,150 Prizes,
1 prize of $50,000. 100 ptliCS of 3UO.
1 prise of 25,000.,. 150 prises of 200.
1 prize of 15,000. 2 r0 prises of 100.
j prise Of . tO.OOO; t i Pfie of .60flr
1 prise of 6,000. 0 prizes of '300.
I ruf- J,00O VT Uprises of 260.
1 prize of 6,000. . 8 prizes of 200.
1 prize of 6,000. 8 prizes of " 125
1 prir.e of 3,600. 9 prizes of 125.
l frizeof 2,808, 8 prisof-29.
1 1 prts. of 2,600. 0 prises of '126.
1 prize of 2,50O, 45 prises of 100.
lpriiaof 2,500,"" "450 prizes of 60.
SOjirizes of ' l,00O. t 'v r i. f
1,130 rrliei amonntins to'0,250.
Tickets, $11, UaTvesTlO, Quarterii, $3.
; The above MaosirlcsKT SiNCLa-Kun-asaLoTTasr
will be drawa. i if sue, in
Covisotos, Kt, bv tbssb iiaeasi Commuv
aiosKas, s OS. o'olocs: ti M., at the corner of
Vrrra an. Mahisom 8rs. The Kentucky
lotteries are no Uift Knterprisaa, Jtmt re
spoiuibl. Honey Lotteries, that have lieen
conducted for the at tUirt ntn, and ere
drawa under llie authority of a charter frem
the Htate, and bond, are grvMi to SMura the
paymeul ot ail prizea .- . . .
Th. ofticiiil list of numbers drawing prizes
will be published in the Cincinnati daily
. 8A We draw two Lotteries dailv. and
f'mt persons the advautatfe of SClertlDK
thol ttmm nnmK yuA .Hn-u
tut a etrcular. .
Address all orders to
, i .FRANCE, SJIITH ft CO.V
I!o 371, Co'ioi'on. Ky. M
,'sn. 14, '68-2W. '
AFR3CH St COURTCr
X yjraAjrinix stbkst,
i"SlKh ."Tennessee Iron,-4
CLARKSVILLE, - TENN.
"Are now And will continue Id Mcervtl dtf
rlt.g the season, a rejected stock of
Landreth Garden Peed, ' '- '
"iV 'Oenulns PeruHna Quann,
Jl ... v Baltimore Raw Bone Dust,
.CO i fi t. AJrchard Cras3
Ulue Grass Seed
Goodrich Seedling; . -r t- - -
t bisa Sprang tzt.
. 1 . J . ,TPeach Wow .
v-v, . liii vfc.Loadon Lsdy Potatoes'
AORICULTCRAL AND GARDEN IMPLE
MENTS, CR00KRIR8, 1jATHER,
r JBO-N, NAIL3, SALT, ETC,
At t,o-vrt Oassh Prices.
Feb. 7, 1868-3m . r r
tNEW PROVIDENCE 'C
. jr. .1. .
NE PROVIDENCE TENN?
TniS BANK BUYS ;A2iD SELLS EX
CHANGE ON N. VORKr LOUISVILLE,
' CINCINNATI "NEW" "" " "
Also, bay aid Vila Golrf nnd Sllreir
..and all kinds or Xncnrrent j(on-
T .': tu ind. Yeceltci Mher oa ,
And, makes, liberal; Cash Ad varices on, To
baecoasd Flow foe sale here.'' or shipment
""T. PETTtrS,' Tresiant.
W. 8. POlNDEXTER, Cashier.
feovlrH tfa.tm . i ;f r .1 ,- : fi
DRUGS AN1 DYESTUFFS !
8. B, STEWART,
PCBL10 SQUARE, "CLARK8V1LLEH
Brngs, Mpfllclncs.x 'fcemtrals, Toilet
and Fapcy Artlclei, Pycstnffs, ',
v Pnlnta, oils Varnlahf a, Win-
dow Glass, Putty, Brash. -., -
2 4-LlqOTsf etc.1
. MedlciOes warranted of tli Jbct auBlitv-i
All will be said at the lowest prices for cash.
Special attention given to tbe compound
ing of Physicians nresorlprtnns. tit-w
... . O. 13, OlbVUAlll.
Feb. 1, 1868-ly -
' ' o T, ' bn. I ' .
files. Fistula, .Strictures; lis
- ns " 1 ' r
sures, tumors, wens, t.
11 wrs, etc. ; -
Speial attention given tq Diseases bf Fe
t' DR. J.'A. 0L0PT0W -tahjr k'conltefl
in llopkinsvllle theHrst seven days In March.
In Clnrksville, Tean., front the 7th to the
.1 2th or March. ' --?
re. ':iBee-tr.,- ;4-war
RITTIHE ,. CAN TIE CIRED l
urcsiNa " .
If ATE NT i'f-?
Tills ta lbs most rfTialont, comfortable, and
secure l russ tn use, coustructed upon an en.
tirely new principle. All communications
should be addressed (with stamp) to
.- Or. W. H. P. J0NR3, ;
Manufacturer nnd General Apr Nnshville.
Office, cor. College and Colon sis., np-stalrs,
entrance on L'nlon St. '. i . - !7 1
5 Or T. I. SHAW.. . Ag
Franklin St., op. Court-house, Ciarksville.
Feb. T, 1808-3nt V . .,
LCTfK yOTlCfi FOB COlKTy AXD
. J .DISTRICT. OFFICERS "
I will hold an election, In ' Montcromerv
County Tenn, on. the first jatnrtjiiy. ip
March. OfiOa tor, the .purpose ijflcalng
Kheriff, Circuit and County Court Clerks,
County Trustee," County Register, Revtifu
Collector, also district -OOlcers, joslioes ofj
the Peace and ena tfcnatable .iu each civil
district, except h . Ma. JJ,' and two in that
district. . ,
"Ths following tiersons are ' appointed ' to
bold the election, in their respective districts,
and this is a notification to that effect : , ,
District No.-l,- Jordan Neblettj No. 1,
Jolm-Kollow Ko 3, James Killebrew; No.
4, J"o!m llabryj KO. B, D. Grant; No. 6, J.'
L. Johnson;, No. ,T, J, M. Rurgess; No. 8,
Ston. Garrettj No. 0, Levi Cooper; No.0,
E. L. Williams; No. Il, r?m. Crouch; No.
12. T. M. DuV No. 14, Thos. Adkina No.
15, David Brown; -No. 16, Tboi. Batsoo; No.
IT. T. O. Horatrsve; No. 18, Jo. P. Daly;
No. 2?. U. R. Outlaw;, No. 20, S. A. Nesbitt.
-j s..w t. iiAMtt, rihrrifr.
of .Montgomery. County, ,
Pob..T, J8C9-3W , :i.;.U; 5.
Is I'lrcult Court of Stewart County.
Isaac 8. Batliss. J. S: Banlstef snd wife
Virginia Banister, formerly Virginia Bay
liss, John J. Tomlinson and wife Kllenor
Tomlinson, formerly Kllenor Hay Use. Ara
bella (Vard. Marv Kllen Rsrllss. Jni. Let.
Jr. and wife Rowona Lee, formerly Rowena,
Kayliss, defendants, vs. Joel Winn, tfeorpre
Wjnq, John Wlun and Wiley Tt'lnn, 'def u.
It, apearing from affidavit filed in this
cause that Joel Winn, qns of the defendants,
is a non-resident of the Stat, of Tennessee.
so that the ordir.ary process of law cannot
b. served upon lilirii It Is thon ror. ordwed
that pnbtlcalion b. maile tor fonr, saeressive
weeks in the Ciarksville Chronicle, a news
paper published- is the' clly of Ciarksville,
to appear at the oonrt onus, is tbe town of
Dovor, on tbe second Monday ia Marsh neat.
then and there to plead, answer ordem.r to
tbe bill of complainant, or the Ham. will be
taken for contossed and tat for hearing ex.
parte as to him. ' ' ' A, D. R0W3, Clerk, f
Feb.T, '68.4w ' , ' , , ' A
" . . -.1 '
EOBIXSOX'S PATENT REVOLYt
; IXG PUOTOtlRAPH ALBUMS, !
Just the Thing Long Needed!
Nothing Store Appropriate for llol.
tuay or Christmas Present. - 1
Call and 'exanilneT them at nr Gall.tr.
Wast sils Square, t'larksvill., Tenn. .
W. H. ARMSTRONG. '
Nov. 29, '67-tC- - -
.Administrator's Notice. ;
. Having qoa'ihed aaadiniaistrator of Rob't
Black, Wd, this is I. give notice to all par
sons indebted ta th. wtat. Id turn forward
and mak. payment, and to notify all tximis
basing possawioa or penooal snacM of dee i
payabl. in TeouM to send them to .
All persons baviog claims against the Mtat
will present tbe in duly authenticated within
th. time prescribed by law, or ths same will
b forsrar hamd. . . r, r . ,
IKHtACj-. R. LI RTO.V, Adm r.
b. U, C i.
Mofyk, or Jf,mty Tenneue,
JJ'vTtl!1 6 dfertWd ""PoatibJo to' dls.
pwn-tnewimtneswwccnimiUted on the Dock.
ewatyln onie allotted but, 'i3t
whereas the January Term of 4868, ot Jald
Co,.r has neceassril, sUxkJ. sutpcided l
the main, in consequent, of the attending
of tl.e attorneys upon th Supreme Court at '
Nahv,lsotb.t ,ch busing Jrir
m trf mloT ,h I)0,e tVl n.
disposed or, .which-should have bessj iusod-
,Tbl is, therefore, to give notice to 'all io.
In any win concerned in the business of the
Circuit Uart at CJnrksvillt, itoW w
neescs, suitors, defendants-, r-msecutorsi tS.
cers, or altora.ys, that I, John A. Camjibetl,
Judge of the 10th Judicial Circuit, do here!
by,-in the manner the law directs, order andr
apsoint Bpaeial ttrm U theltcoit Wtf.
ClarksT! le, eomhiencintf on the Third Mon
day hi llarvlr, t, and to eonHnns for th
dispatch of all business oh toe Docket, aa at'
a regular term, umU adjonraed for Ue emu-tin
'(Jit T'1'1 tt "njAraCva Jaty of all
sheriffs, clerks, attorneys, suitors, and .11
Other persons concerned to atteodsuch Spec,
ial Term tu th. aaatt,M(i ss al the Ver
ular term, and they will be aubject to th7
m. consequences for nqn-sttwidance. ,The
Slat, Docket will be take up T.csdly tU
second day of the tenn, ' ; :
'And it is further ordered; that Stfi"
Wl son. E. L. Wiin,. .-V H. 'ir
nhteeaeunf Justioes of th. t..
ST.u.Cr.al7; 'nd re " appointed-,
to make out fjat,or twenty.fi,. good and,
lawful men to attend uia m.i JT.
J"ro,'g , tukan from fach
u.i.uwoho, county. And it is di
rected thet the foregoing orders be spread"
upon te ra.nte. of the Court and that a
?K'r b nnlislied in the Clarks-
vill. Chroolck and Patrioi. n.wm.n.r.
In ll - r. ..' . .r-r". f "
. i - s.rojsv t-'.'- f o.t
. . , , scccassota TO
, V '. ' , ". . -' '
Wholesale and Retail' Dsleii.'ia ;k
M'lT--'- P. " rr:t. f?,
' cKxts. rrnxisHiKG eoobs,
V- t.-. ijr w-i.
C ttx-i e t XI n tras . to..
, 5 1 03,8A,KilrSTREEy,VCl Zc2
-TERMS, CVSII !
Ottr stork fe yet compUta,! end w. arw
deiirsos M redncing Ht befor. the iiriA&
stock is received. To that end, we propose
Greatly Reduced Price C
f ltose grve ns a call at the old stand. - ("J
We have secured ths services of GEO. W..
RICE and VALENTINE O. WEKIX as
Salesmen. " "
" .. '"'llrttally!;--b
r. POtLOCK Jt CO.
,'' ' . ', T
L. C. 3I4RSHALL, 4 Instructor.
'tnS'spniNo- skssion wil'topt;
on tbe First Monday In February, tws,
continuing th. previous session without .in.
terval., Tr-. .f., rrt,...
The Lest efforts of the I nsrructor vfll be
main for the advancement of pupils. Jn
business orlasical cduoatioa, aa nay la it
sired. Forty studenU only will be admitted.
Those entering during the first month, charg.
d from lb beginning; the. ..entering aflac
the first month, charged from the time or
entrsnce-Ty s. na.u 5 .
icrrns of tuition, as before, psr session of
twenty wwekvhajfju adrance, $25 00.
.Jan.fJ,l66Jni.,.,. w ,,
THE JW6NTC6lWERY .';;
A Bnnktntr Institution, Ineorpornted
t- bT net Of the LeirtslAtsirn nf r
ivi r..ivDwsee in necem
Will be opened fur business on the 15th of
Jan.ary, Uti8, la the baitiliajr West side of
the Public quara, an. door North, of tka
Frst National Ilaoki Clarksvilhs, Tean..
This Bank will deal in Foreign and Do
mestic Bills of Exchange, Gold and Silver
Bullion, receive deposits, and do a general
Ranking business. " '
h '.: B. O. KEKSEB, ffesldant.
J. E. Dboaoih-s, Cashier.
Jan. 10, 1808-tf- -fsA
a. n.' wittuus,
r.i; c; pitman &co.,
HV OTINSn a .
On Franklin street, opposite, the Court
house, where they cordially invit. -their
friends To call and make themselves eearfor.
table. The intention of th. new Ana win
be to keep a general and select slock of - .
Gentlemen Wearing Apparel,
aad to sell at veryjow iwics. .lluck sultoU
'tation is IWt to make the goods sols) by this
nrut tausnietor 10 ui. eeasamar. .
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every Friday, at 8 a. u. ; leaves Ciaikavili.
for NaslivjUi every Tuesdifv.-.t j P,
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cry hunday, i.W. leave darksvill. for
NasbvUI .very Tb.rsday, Jr. ., .
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Nashville, . Cairo anil New Otleana
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Cairo ry Wednesday, I ... u.; leaves
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at. ' a -. . . P. A. BYR3K, Agent.
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