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flLARK3VII,LK,..A...j.. rt.FEB. 21, 18(58
' ' A I'rORS Mark. In ftttur we will make
cross mark on the margin of o&t paper, as
notificatloB 10 all pntromi whose. lme of
subscription pas etpirofl. iok -out for tne
eroJS Mark and reus your suusprijmtu i
Gold la New Tork, od th. 18th lost, at
141J, and closed at MOf steady; 'i
CoTToi.-8evnteen I thousand,, bales : of
CoUon bar benTJhlnped from MttrCrpef-
borougb during tbe present season. ,r; t
t., ,.. t f ii , i m !( -,
' Vibt Itt.Vr regret ,to. loarqi that our
old friend Robert MoClure s srery danger.
ously UL.U ; A -.; ..
.: Tub ?jva. Thi, tie s falling at this
point, but there. Is iufllclentdepth of water
od tin Shoals for the regular packets.
1 Railroad.-We cannot my positively, but
lb impression is that lbi road, baa ,eeu
baaed to the Louisville and Keslivilbj Rail,
road Company. ' At any rate thi bands' an
being pnld off and ihe trains are running
regularly..j1,:,; u't1'-.. .'. M
; V- .,.-
DuowKSD.-r-We regret to learn -that Mr.
Rioaaan H. Poimdaxteb was drowned, .last
Saturday night, In attempting to cross the
Vfest Fork of "Red Elver, near T. D: leon
rdsv Dis..ldy. was recovered on Monday
renin g and sent to Login county ,"KentucitT,
for burial ' ': '
FMRDMia'a BtaaaoL-Tba House Com
tnittee oa Freeedmn,s affairs haveagreed to
as amendment tbat Vp Bureaush'sll not be
abolished at present in Maryland,! Kentucky
and Tennessee. i-eu-X''-Xifi,-!.- ."'-""
' ImdiM Tsatit.-'-We hava before as the
January nntnber of thl? tnagnzlnp, pbblisbed
at Nashville, and edited by Rev. J. M. hal
cell. Tbe l-rice is three ddllar, ia ad fence.
Tbis number contains many articles of in
terest, and tbe contents and execution show
a combination of judgement and taste Id tbe
management ;t J '"'J
i Personal. A heartier grasp than "one
just extended and received by our old towns
man, Wl 0. Vance, Esq.; we have seldom
nched 6or own or i frlendB fingers wlthal.s
Waltcr draws a distressing picture of affairs
iu Mississippi, whara be bos been sojourning,,
but still bears a stout' beart in bis own bos
om, as evinced by bis visit bitber to make
collections,,. JIe bopes to.rcturo -again with
t least- sufficient -to distinguish bis alder
babes from those just born, In point of cos
tume. We trust his old patrons yet in ar
rears, will not disappoint bis desire to replace
tbejuvtnila "Black Crook,", that has been
running so long upon bis domestic stage,
with suuie other less shiftles play.s , ,
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AVk are requested to state that Mnj. R. B
Cheatham, member of tbe State Immigration
Hoard", will address tlieclliieusof Montgom
ery country, oh "the" first" Monday In'' March
nt Clarksville, with a view to organizing a
County Imralgrationtiocfoty.. We understand
thntMnj. Henry and Col. John F. House
httve expressed themselves highly pleased
with the move aadjriU ld in the enterprise.
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Hw:ooIlor)NftorQi;iaTaLT Mebtiiws von
Til Cl.ARK8VII.LS I)lSTl(!T TxNNKaSK CoNTEH-j
kncr. Ashtiry ct., Feb. 22, 3; C'lnrks
villo ct. Fob Maroh 1 ; Montgomery ct., '
March, 7,8; Lineport ct,, March 14, 15;
Clntksville sta.,' March 2t, 22; Dickson ct,
March 28,29) Antiocb ct, April ' 4, 5
Springfield ct., April 21, 22; Cedar Hill sta.,
April 18, 19.
Bishop McTyoire will hold the Clarksville
Pistrict-inectiug at Cedar Hill, commencing
.Friday,' April 17;' The Rev.-Wellborn
Mooney 'will preach the opening sermon,
Friday at 1 9' clock, A, M. . ,,! . ;
R. T. Rashosi, P. E.
a sum TkctTrF.
It hns been said by some one who perhaps
knew.UUiit the proper study of mankind i
rnan. Judging from our limited experience'
however profitable may be a knowledge of
mankind, in a worldlyeenae, a. very- critical
analysts of 'tba subject tends to show
thut umq is not only wonderfully made
and fearfhlly flung .together, but dtvelops
many elements In bis composition little eal
culated Ut maVt enrtb alieaven, or to verify
the boast that he is the noblest woik of God
We intend no sweeping caaxtfre of our race
by lha foregoing .remarks. Fortunatelr,
there are hohle' examples of lofty virtue
among man, suck as those who give their
own business their first care; who cultivate
a spirit of charity toward all : who would
xatber leuc) helping band to those strug.
gling upward than throw any obstacle In
their way by fault-findins;, unkind remarks
and petulant dissatisfaction with praisewor
thy efforts at duty to themsnlroe and those
with whom they are brought Into business
relations. Opposed to these are the men who
laira to bo able, to conduct every man's bus
iuess butter than lb,e man himself. - In the
church, they can out preach the preacher.
Tnose brought net in 4he learned professions
areaiera pretenders In the estimation of these
universal geniuses, agi so with every Other
cauuig. ., jua poor printer. tvtu limited
tneaas and limited patronage, is told by these
wiseacres that he knows nothing of his bus
iuess i that be ought to be able to make a
daily paper proper upon means harely suffi
ciesrf to keep a weekly alive tlint to parform
this feat it U only necessary to display
twelve or (Kitten columns of advertisement
And give each one the most conspicuous place
in the paper, and then condense into (bur or
firs columns all the currant paws of the day,
t bam aud abroad, and tboa persuade or
force every man ia town or county to sub
scrjlic fur the pupcr. Tit printer who can
int aoroBJplUi U this, Is not comietent to
tvaduct a Per, aud ought to retire from the
busiuess voluntarily, or be fotced to do so by
successful rivalry. ,n . :
We disclaim any persona! application of
these general remarks, and Intend only to il
lustrate a too common vhararteristie of hu
man nature, hoping a tcon lu Justice and
charity tj be diawu fruiu them, cou.liu.ivu
to individual and teral iuu reits, and in
J.ariuonvn ,:L the iriie n.tni'ei!ee asxl let
Rtss wf AorMffil!a.-On Dollar
1 'Tub Wnii Caw, wrf?r leanv Iras
beea ctaaila aWaasrad U this ooatrr taring
tbe recent cold weather. Front conversations
with a great many farmers ia different por
tions of the county, we find fully one ball the
crop Is totally tfininaoi. Anotner trouoie is,
there ia no spring wneat nert ; ir were was,
our planters could re-plant, and probably
make a sod crop yet As It is , tbey will
hare to plow op their wheat fields and pi
corn. Lebanon hi rata. . ; J 1
Bourn people never think of a revenue
stamp wben writing a letter; yet some letters
require stamping as much as a note or deed.
Under the Internal saveau laws, letters ac
knowledging the receipt of either drafts,
checks or money, exceeding twenty dollars,
are Abject to a stamp duty of two cents, tbe
same as if a, formal fenript" bad been givca
for to much money. This fact is sometimes
forgotten, or is not known, area by good
To my Fritnii and Cutttmert 1 I would
respectfully say that I am at borne again.
Mack in the same pld bouse, and with my
best friend, and the choicest of all gentle-:
mem Josh. Rice. This firm 4 War Broad-
dus k bo .) are receiving direct from the city.
of Kew York, a stockjjf Dry Goods complete
in every department, and I am sura that I
can give you better bargains than ever be
fore. With goods bought by Mr Rice, and
nougut, too, wuea uiey were lower :nan tney
have been for years, and with Mr Rice and
Dick Broaddus to aid in the sale of them, I
feel confident that I can make yon feel like
tbe good old times bad come again. I am
satisfied ibnt';It wtir be f10?? Wfrour lu.
terest to examine this stock before you make
your purchases. The advantage of buying
goods from this house, Is that the stock is en.
tirely new none of them bought at high
prices. I, therefore, can "sell and make a
profit on them and then they will be cheaper
than 4 "great many other $due wn) sell
tba Boot and. Shoe- department of4his
stock, we expect to give a great deal 'of at
tention. Very respectfully,
m h:ii:TICKERfNa. i
Feb. 21, 'C8-4W.
Tlio I31ue L,luo will take To
bacco through to New Tork, without change
of Cars, from Cairo in as quick time as any
Railroad, and rates as low. . ,
. " :. P.-A. -BYRNE, Agent. ..-
February Zl, 1868-4t.. ... j
lUrksTllle Tobacco Market.
Sales by Smith k fIrrdtiKoi of 16' hhds'..
Tobacco, on the. 18th intB as follows: ,,. n '
$17 80, 14 DO, 13 00, 12 90, 12 SO, il 70,
11 10, 11 10, 10 20, 10 10 9 80. 9 CO.
9 20. 0 00. 5 25. 5 25.
Tcrslet a TVeATntna sold at the! ware-
house on the 18th Inst, 10 hhds. at the fol
lowing prices: . .J -i ) l4 i
$17 10, 17 00, IS 30, IS 30, 15 00,
14 J013 80 13 00, ,11 80,.$ 70... -.
Cl.Anssv11.LR, Tss, Feb, 18th, 18G8..
Sales by Harrison k Shelby,' at tba Ex
change, of 18 Hhds.' at the following prices
$15 00', 13 D5, 13 60, 12 00, 12 60,
12 BO: U '80, 12 10, 11 60,- 11 40, 9 05,
25, 9 10, 6 M, 6 60, 0. ?' ('
6 Temsed.a'"'Nothhig fine, 1 Salej; every
Tuesday." '"' "
Trlco8 lufldiyg Tobacco Market.
Trick's Landisq ,' Feb. 19, 18C8.
WirtTLoar McKiavav It O soli 40 hhds
Tobacco n't the following prices :
$14 JO, 34 80, 14 80, 1 14 60, 14 25,
14 25, 13 85, 13 60, 13 40, 13 40, 13 30,
13 40, -13-80, 12 80, It 8011 8Q, 12 70,
12 0O,"l 1 T5, It 70, II 50, 11 60, 11 13,
11 00, '1 00, 10 78, 10 15," ' 00i 9 r,.
0 10, 8 30, 8 25, 7 50, 7 40, 0 30, 6 30,
6 G,-J 00, D 1)5, Tj 80,"f -,-..
. In Pad uch, Ky., on lbs 61b intt, by Rev.
J. F. llendrivk. D. D., Mr. J.J. Fmikhson, of
Maury county, Tenn- and .Miss Makv il.
Henkhick, eldest daughter of tbe officiating
minister, : U.;.r iii i
At the residence of tbe bride's father, in
this county, on the 13tb Inst., by Rev. J, B.
West, Mf. Charles H. Bailii?, of this city,
to Mis Alice; MvKoin, of this' county.
u this county, on the 13th Inst- after a
lonif and painlul Illness, Reueoca K., wife of
John A. Hollow aged 36 years and 1 1
months, . , ...
No. Ciuk No fAT. t'orrrst'i Junijicr
Tar is warranted to cure Cough, Cold,
Hoarseness, Croup, Throat and Lung Disea
es, pr tho price positively refunded. In
tUmlaiuoui relit jrofucef. Try it; if no(
satisfied, return the empty bottles aud get
your mouey back, ' ; ' .' ' '
, Sold H"holeale and retail, by , 4 .r.-j
' v ' .' - 1 ' . ' . - ..' B. STKWAaT.
Trice, 5 corts per bottle." '" v; , ,"; -Jan.
31, 1868-8111 ' ' '''
Debility and fcmailatlon . , .
Rotb result tivm tbe lajrk of ability to con
vert tbe food into nutriment How necessa
ry, then, for those suffering fram these alarm
log Symplon is .la. i tanietl lately iasurt Ida
remedy that wilt strengthen the stomach aud
digestive organs. For, as soon as thi desir
able object bos been accomplished, the health
improves, and the patient resumes bis usual
personal appearance.1 HOSTKTTEU'S
STOMACH BITTERS have attained a world
wide popularity In such oases, and have been
proved the best nd safest meani bf kemov
ing constipation, toning the stomach, giving
energy to the liver, aod relieving every symp
Umi of nervousness and depression of spirits.
Its cheering and beneficial cJToUa are highly
spoken of by thormnds, who owe to it their
restoration to health.' No restorative lu the
nnls of mcdlclno has attaiued the same
IKjpulatUy in the short space . of time it has
been before the public, or baa won the high
endorsements accorded to this excellent tonic.
Many other preparations, . purporting to be
correctives and restoratives, have been intro
duced, and have perished, one by one, while
the popularity of HOSJTETTER'8 "STOM
ACH BITTKHS eotitinues to increase, and is
now recognised us- a ita-dard household
medicine. Tbe success which attends tbe
use of the bitters evinces at once Its Virtues
In all rases of debility and 'diseases' of the
stomach, ' Certificates, almost without num
ber, have been published, attesting its truly
miraculous power tu removing those painful
sud fearful diseases. Aud at this time it
seeun Idle to do more thaucaU attention to
the great remedy of !:; je, in order to
awitken public attention to its excelleuce. It
is the ouly preparation of the kind that is
reliable lu all ce, anj it is therefore Wof
tl jr 0 the roisidertwii uf trc Mfl:rt d.
r"i 1 't,8-tm.
a r e ci a y f jiSj,
We are now receiving the largest and best
assorted (toek'-of -goods ever opened' in
Clarkeville. -consisting of Dry Goods, Notions,
.Hats, Caps, Boot and Shoes, aod everything
usually beat In a first-class Dry Goods Stora,
which were purchased bj Job it 'Rice', Id
New 1'prk, Philadelphia sj4 Boston before
the advance, for cash, which will enable ns
to sell as low mi tbey can be bought in any
markel this side of New York, J
!,.We are thankful, or, thu, patronage ' extended-ns
before the late was, and will flow
be grateful for a continuation of tbe earn.
J We have secured the services of Joeh. if.
Rice, Henry Pickering, Dick Broaddus apd
W. Vt Wtathers, of Todd Mupty, Kyf, erbo
will take pleasure la 'waiting n thjir old
friends and customers.'' '" ' ' "t
'. W.tilJ,QADDyS kJX),
Tp1 5 1 v.u.tf
Frobe k Bodleyi Celebrated Car'
, 1 . rlag'e And .Wagoi Work. I i
. Bringharsy of : tjie; firm", of B. B.
Bringhnrst A Co has just returned front
Wheeling, Vs., where he selected, with great
care, their' spring Strtck of Carriages Bug
gies and Wagons, Vh'icH," for style, durability
and elegance of finish, cnno4 be- turpaued
in any market and tbey are .determined to
sell si low "as any other parties selling First
Class Work,'.' A specimen 'of this work
an be seen at (helrv Repository; cm Second
Cross street, where they; hare' s" new style
bngiry with five wheels. V NsextM charge
for the FlTHl wheel. T. VaU and see for your
Feb. 21, '08 Jt vwi, '
Franklin Street, suitable or offices, to rent
Apply tor :.M.. C.TTTMAN k CO.
v Feb. 14, 1868-2W. 1 '
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VALUABLE BESIDEXCK FOB SALE.
-Situated n Franklin Street, oes tba M.
E. Church. ...J'or particulars, Apply lo v i .t
,.'. JUNIUS KIMBLE, Agent
Feb. 14, 1888-aw -
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Wp would respectfullj snggest to all thoso
who contemplate caving anything dona In
our line of business this spring, that now is
the tiro 4 td make yftur contracts. .Yon will
see by the" market quotations that Painter's
Materials are advancing in prices.
We have purchased and received a large
Supply Of TInt, Oils; c.,of (he Best Kind,
't the recent low figures, and Will 'give Oar
customers the benefit of ,4ha same if tbey
will make their ontracts as soon as possible,
or engage their work to us I
JVo return ear sincere thanks for tbe very
liberal patronage we have received from this
community Since we commenced business,
and hope, by doing our work, in a Substan
tial manner, promptly -and at reasonable
prices, to merit a continuance, ot the same.
We have some No. 1 workmen In our em
ploy, and W. L. Gardiner gives bis undivided
attention to (lie supervision bf every depart
mcnt of 1 our bnsineasi so bring on your
work, n matter how small, if only repair
ing oue light of gloss. Wo will promptly
attend to it , Respectfully,
r , W. L. GARDINER k CO.,
''' ' Painters.
Shop nt the Pink Corner on Strawberry
Alley, near the Market House.- ' "
Feb. , '68-tf. '
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I.INDRETH'8 NEW CROP GARDEN
SEED, just received at S. B. Stewart's Drug
Store, . Now is the time to get a supply..
Jan. 31, 18C8-tf, ;v, .; r '
FOB KKIST.The Billiard
and Bar'.Rooms (it IIenbt JIolsi (formerly
Aioore s iiotei;. tppiy to
CLAY ROBERTS, '. ;
"' - Proprietor.- '
I Jnn.1, '68-tfT " : r ; -
wish to soli my Photograph Gallery.
which Is in excellent condition. Terms easy.
W. H. ARMSTRONG,
Jan. 17, 1808-tf. .J'' ' "" '" ' '": '
- JOHN W. FAXON,
At the Northern Bank of Tennessee, is tbe
authorised .Agent fur . . ..,v , ,
' DeBow'sRpTlews VasliTllIeBanneri
NaKhvllla I'nlon A Diapatcb ; Nash
vlllo Gazette I LouIhtUIq Courier and
Rubertsoo Rfklstcr. , s:,',.;X
Subscriptions forwarded free' of charge
when accompanied by th$ Ctuhl
v Clarksville,' Tenn, Dec. 0, 187-6m.
For County pnicerH.
A '." '- - ' O'fV
, For Register. .
1 Xc are authorized to nnnoance John D.
BKAtUv as a candidcle for the office of Reg.
later, of Montgomery .County, at the next
March election. , . , .. ,
, Not, 23, I86T-tl. t ;
. We are authorized to announce B, M.
Clifton, ns a candidate for ro-elcction to
the office of Register of Montgomery coun
ty, nt the next March election. ..... ..
wNov;. 20,.MOT-te., ,,.,,.,,.
For County Trustee. j. v,
.We lire' auUiorited to annonce GoooLrrr
Rhowm esa caudidate fur eouuty Trustee.-
Kleutioo to take place the 1st Sulurdayn
March next " ' . ', ' ' '
Jan. 3rd. 1868 tde. - - '
We nre authorized to announce II. M.
Acbkr, as a candidate for re-eleotloa to tbe
otfice of County .Trtiattee, at 4aa.ent.ilng
March election. . 1 , ... , , Jan 17, '68.
For State and Tounty Tat 'Collector.
We are authorized to announce" 1. J.
Rawls, as a caudldaM 'for State mid oonntv
Tax Collector, at the ensuing March election.
January 10, ISHfV-te.
For fireulT Court Clerk.
We Are autbarUed to announce John W,
Wilwamhom as a candidate for Circuit court
clerk of Montgomery County, at the eusuing
aiarcn election, '
, Feb, ,J808-ttv ' '".. .."
For Coanty Coart Clerk.
We are authorised to announce Pme
Onkal, aa a candidate for County Clerk, at
t 11 . ..... -
lue ensuing aiarcn eiecuoa. . ,
- Jan, 17, 1868-te ,
1 We are authorised to announce Jona A.
BAttEY as a candidate for t'ountv Court
Clerk, at the ensuing March election.
au. ji, en-io" . 1 . u j
a, . For .Jailor. , H J' J
We are authorized to announce C. II.
Moaaio as a cartdilate for Jailor of Mont-
(Tomery County, at (lie entiling )Iarvb elec
tion. , .
Feb. 7,-lfCS.te '
Turn Over a New Leaf
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,.6- ' & :i r.rf j,-, , , - . ...
.- Time witii mnceasiBi tramD
marches on, and many a heart
that but a few days ago beat
V m a. pat , wlHi fona hopes
for the future, is to-daj still
' Look baric And contemplate
what time has done for. others
and remember what It Mi in
store for joo, I and eTerjbodj
elsci, then sUjourselt ihe
question, What, would become
of wife; Children and the good
old folks, Jfmjvcheck8 were
demanded by the doorkeeper
or the next world? -Hare you
secured to them, In the event
of, your untimely decease,
portion of the financial Talue
of your life thrgugh the mcdl
dm of a , ': f .' :,-,'
v. . . . J ..
' l' . V ' Kit .. f':.. $:Je k'.'t I'.-.'.-
A .- r- ." '
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In tbe language of Davy Crockett,
"Bo sure you are right,"-then r go
And when you havo procured t
Policy in the rn .v.-
j a. i .'
,OP NEW, YORK,
this much you have accomplished
Remember the pame eanu get no
The NORTH AMEBIC A
Is Liberal, Mutual," Justl
C. H. J0NS; Aent.
Dr. J, H. MALLOKT, T. WITiSRir andJ
8 AMI EL J. TAILOR, Solicitors;
And since your house might turn
down, insure thit I M
The most successful merchants,
best business men and "onr thrifty
farmers, nro the largest palroni of
Insurance. Thqy iako. oo yisks that
responsible lupaied 'institutions will
assume, at an equitable rate. It is
important to know where to go for
the reliable article, consequently this
notice directing, you' to ihe'
S 'J Ij,'.'
' ' ' ' OF ', ' '' "1"''4 a
C. H JONES. :
Capital refresentedmoro than .
(Obscrvo that no ocean rolls betwee'n
you and their money.)
. WORTH AMERICA LIFJJ IN
SURAflfJE CQMPANr, . f New
York. ; .
JJTNA FIRE,'' of Hartford.
HOME INSURANCE COMPA
NY., of New Haven; ' ' "
1 JWUUUSiS in. JUMP y, of
Cincinnati, Ohio. . , ' ; , L ' ,
STATE INS COMPT, of Nash
ville. vi 1 - -; ' " ' "
TENNESSEE , MARINE ' AitD
FIRI? INS. COMPT, of Nashville.
!!.TRAyEtERS', LIFE AND. AC-
CIDENT , INS. COMPT, f Hart
a ttt- r 4-
When you waat Life. Tire,
Marina or Accident
Make 110 contracts before seoiric ;
" .. t- s b .
O. II. .T03HEH.
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all, ft j. ' t' t -
Losses Equitably Adjusted and
Tbia was the first AceoeT ei-
ULlilici after tlo coiuuicDcemeot pf
the war. ? -
. " rATRONIZE THE '-;
Clarksville Insurance Aeoiucj
or , cr. ii. aors'Ksi.
Jan. 17, lt((.j
JtlECEiYE, 'A.LMOST EVERY DAY.
' "T 'i ' "9."ti'T
w Vf' t-.f. j
NEW. GOODS.; BOOTS AND SHOES,
Giving their "custorncrl tbe' dottbl advantSRS of always rlndinB a large slock 6f Frcsb
:7 .K'V U'-vKw
' aU',3 KJA. Ucld
; i. .. j.-'.r j, 1 ." -f&Ty.
The fipest assortment of Coods, perbaps, ever exhibited in midwinter in Clarksville.
very one can appreciate the adraDtnires of finding ! our hnnaai sail iUm sarrtrlM nmAmA
especiallv at TJnirormlr Lovr
J " I.now ,ou wul nol loso, and Honestly believe yon will SAVE TI1IE AND
UfJMtlV: ion will save TIME bvfindlna hit rm tint. it unvrv Kr. n;n. n,
articles at tbe L O. W J3 S T C A S II
iKUUkjit' A ik-j j i
"T D ? vS .'.' -V Sr.
A 5 Bv 'A 99 ,;- t J(J mr It I-"
' '" .i ix ti:
4t fh.itf r?,.
''rrHhqlesale an Retail,
J-'i&si-i UifS ;rOPENFD ' BY
rrrr6 J3' alltxugl!t ,!:om tbe AXUFACTPEERa, FQR CASH, t BiDPCED
1 blbbS Tbe consumer has but one profit to nan - - i . 1
. . 1 in -t- .v.. f 1 i:.:. ' .. -
usa is n diuuii Aavance on tne actual tost of production;
Noons ali fiill to see the advarjtacn'nr bttvlns m. -.rti.v.'.t.. ..ITt.i.
to examine our new supply. l Hundreds
s.nce the 1st of Det esober, wben we commenced this as a separate branch of our business.
i JJ1IleerawnL.n0?',.niprice our goods and save your money." We will be
XtZZJ - L!? t'" 8 MIy i10 y0n our ed8. ' ""lo" for every
one to know where to bny at the lowest prices. - - -
The Largest Stock and Greatest
' 4 Children's Shoes, perhaps ever opened In ClarkBTllie,
Is to be. fonn,d "at the ' "; !
NEW WHOLESALE AND
,., dPENEJ)Br .
Misses' Polish Boots, inew and beautiful styles.;1
Childrens Shoes," in all styles and at low prices, vz
Shoes, without heels, for old ladies. 1. :' "v
i- Kid, Goat, Lasting, Glove
Shoes for Ladioe and Misses,
axid by thb most reliable manufacturers." J ""
Buskins, Slippers, Gum Sandals,' Corksoles, ,.r
Artie Overshoes for Ladies and GentlemiV "V wi
Tbo Ladies'' Rooms adiolnirijt tba retail
filled op, and the ladies visiting our rooms
ai aii specially mviiea xo invor ns wun irequeut visits. . -, , , r. ( e
Clarksville, Jannarf -3, 18C3-1
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Wo invito tbo attontidn of Monhants to our facilities for solliiii tho'
trade liOOTW ana MIlU12,on aa -favorable termi aa
tbe Jobbers ot . .. : t I . ..
i !- NashTllIe,' Lonlsvllle and Cincinnati.
' Vc buy all our cooili for CASH, direct from the HfiufaotuTcr
and at oa low prices aa they can be bought by any house. Tho only differ.
ence ia in coat of transportation, whloh
to aupiicato any bills bought in any
to do a tale business, by purohaaipo;
avoidintr any loss by decline in prices,
rior inducements, aud wa wish an ezaunatiou of our stock and priocs.
Mens Water Proof Booti. - Mens' Sticheddown Boots.
Mens' Grain Boot. . . Mem' Calf and Kip Boots. "
Mens' Low priced Boots.: . Mens' Calf and Kip Shoes.
' Mens' Calf and Kip Balmorals. , . r V
Wire Quilted Shoes, a new article and very desirable for
for laboring men. ,
Wire Quilted Boots, for Boys, a prime article. .--' '
. Wire Quilted Shoes, for Girls. j 1
, v Boys' Boots and Shoesfull line,
i Copper Tipped Shoes always on hand.
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Oreat care will be taken, at all times, to get Boots and Shoes for beys
and girls that will woarwell. - All tbe above and many other sot coume
Mted, to be found at the sew tfboe Ptoia rently opened by v
COt'LTER & illtLMAX.
ltut om. Reader, please try our house this
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fariety of Ladles' Misses' and
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Kid. French Calf, and heavv
made of the best material8
portion of our Shoe Store are comfortablt
will find them convenient and strict! r nrivate.
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ia trifling, and we pletlgo ourselves
ot these cities. 1 o those who desiro
only aa tlicv uoed thu 'good.' thus
we are confident wa tun offer aupo-
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. . i'la'ns'and.'speclliiattotii of BitdgM 'fthi
niabed, also " of Ciilldhigj and Drnnibcnlal
Urounds.. Work of every description- con
nected "ill) building meusurcd nntf calcula
ted, ? Also, Manufhctureri' Ageof for glenm
Engines and Machinery bf every oVwription,
Iron. Verandahs, Railing, U'arbeiiicd Iron
Mantles,, Orates, Window Caps," c," Terra
Cotta Ornamcntnl Work, Cbimnry Toys, and
all kinds of Building Material, finished and
unfinished, embraced in enrpenters work:
Galvaniied lion, Copper, Zinc, Tin, ' Slate
and composition RooBng. '. ', , '
.All business intrustea to trie will beat-
tended to promptly.
SfcjV" Office, on Ka&t aide nf TnMlr Aini'p.
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Taney Goods, fr:
- Brushes of all kinds, , i
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Domestic Lirruid Dyes,
Pure Wines v
French Brandy,. ,? v .?
- And all articles neces
sary or useful in the Sick
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We are recelvidir fresh supplies, every
week, and prepared to foreWh any qaafa-J
uuestue marks may demand, '-
; ' ff vert iow tneti:3 ?2
We call tbe attention of Contractors.1
Builders and I'aioters.to our large stock oil
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land Window Glass, aod fcll articles In tb
Iway of Painteri'aferiiiJ, which jKt are
telling at a ndvance ou .jpvuuu-l
lauiuitiri prices., Ajruers uom pnvsicmnsi
promptly filled, at lha sign of the "Did
jUoxt reu,: j' rankiin stLLAUrvSyLt
FIVE DOLLAftS REWARD,
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Charles aod Henry liurruss, colored. Charles
is thirteen years, and is a bright mulatto.
It. Uft f)fllnllM.)4.1 lUflV TJ I.. -I
years of age, and 1 of a copjier color.1 lie
icit uuoe iuui, iooi. j ue two oojs are
brothers, and are bound lo we by die Court
until twentv-ona Team -M mrn I fitntwarn
all persons from hiring, or harboring said
boys, as I will put tbe .bur, in force if tliey
do. 1 will ffira Ihs nhnva rawitrit fnp' thi
two boys, if delivered to me.
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Jan.' 31, 68-4w. - 3
On Tbursinr, f ebruary JVbi at 10
ociock, I win stuiiiu liie premises, one
llousa aud LoL kooH b as 'ha IJaird place.
siiiiaieu on me v,uar:oue roao, Just cu'sule
the eorporution, ... Also Klaven Lots Juiuiug
same, a plot of which can be sesa at B. U.
Kcesea k Cq.' )iard4e, store until' duy. jjf
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, TERMS One-fourth cash and balance 90
a credit of 6, 12 and 18 months with Inter
est (rout date. Tons us ion given when terms
of sale are complied with. ' ' '-
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Feb. 7, 'M-jlw, j ti;- tt!
I .1IAVK Just opened, at K. Withers old
'stand, oc Fraukliri ti'reut. au entire new
stock uf Furniture, whh-h t offer at low fig
ures for OA Nil. 1 To jny old customers,
the rianters, 1 would say -eaU uad see the
Celebrated Champion t; v - v., j.,, ;t ,,
BEATER AND MOWER,
And Casoy's Rnllty 0Ulvator and Corn
Planter acknowledged, th beet iu tbe
Market. Also tbe beat make of t " :
,- BUGGIES AND WAGONS.' V
. I am airent Air tha Hidi-hnilivl tlamtfina
Bulipse Haw Mills, I'orUlle aa Utionary
Euirinrs. Thrasliiua MmJ.inci. la. Call aiut
see Uorf putsvhasing. "(
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All tbote bavinir claims aifshiit the antste
of Jock J. Crutchor, decensed, are brraby
nptineu to me tne tame with the Clerk ol
ritewart Conoty Court, Suta of Tennessee,
oa er boluta the prat 0j4 Jubu, IRfid, le
gally suthrntiiutted, in ordur that tbe same
may be liquidated aad discharged tu accor
dance wilb Ihe acts of the Ufftilutor ot tiu
State aforesaid relative to Insolvent estates.
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Tb Ztb day of fviohe,
Feb U. 8-4w
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ceiiOicornesple propWctnA Of litis !cV''
ted Medicin. We aK yon to give it a trial
.aitb air-aashranta llist yod Will', lit future
dlJr'nnlmi tlios? tiaos'tdus aiil Jlesffurtiva
stuffs, (rid! as Ba'temnn'l ltcy. Godfrey's
CordiaJi fee'r Mixture, c, combinations
01 a past mm ann-nrojtrcSSI'e ag, when it
ni thought ."ftlat tlio more dirguj'.iug dio
miftui'e the better" th tncdiclrto. '.'j
. tse in tb fbture only Sti.viiooxs, i com
hi nation q'ulto r,i Willi the ndVuncement of
the afro.'' I'lcasant to' faRc, barrlilei in its
action, efficient and KlialiK m all fimi. ?n
valuable ia tbe folloaiitg diseases i i .
tics of the Bowels, ltrsftvc-
ness, I'eethlnp 4e.
Gives health" to the child Mi mat to the mtihet.
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. ft could give-any qnaatity of certidcaw-ir
bearing .itenes . its sujwritir qiMiitir,
but prefei llmvour mulieiae should sluud on
iM own ucaitswliicb it will dp ujkjii,. niiil.
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DR, SEABROOK'S -
Elixir of Pyrophosphate of Ireir
This elegant combination, pons&scs k!L tue
best TOKie properties of pemvinn bark and
Iron, without lihe disaiirccablo taota unit bad
enaetaof either, auparuUily or in oilier pnj
arations,ef these valuable,, medicines... H
should be" taken in-all cases when a pent!
tonic impression lsti;qoliTd-after convales
cents fronr rkrias or ot Iter dcblliimratf dis
eases, ar ia tboso dUtwesinfiatiULsrni
peculiar to females. It nmle should be
' I without it, If liiible to snob iMsaasus, fur rufy-
tog caa welt take, its vlaue,.. t - v't , ,
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PURIFY YOUR DLOOD
Hurley's SarsapariUa I .
Of all the remedies tbat bave been dfscof .
ered -during the present age for the "thou.
sand ills tbat fletb Is heir to," norTe equal
this wonderful preparation-; Only ten years
have elapsed sines tba dlsoovcrer(who speitt
a decade in studying experiments, and per
fecting it) first introduced .it to. tbe public,
and it Is already tecognized by the most em.
total fbyslekiaa ia all parts oY-tae ooaotry,
to be tba meat surprising and effective reme
dy for eartaia diseases ut which tbey bare
knowledge.' . ' ' ' v ,- , v -,
- AH olher Cora pounds-or Synrpeof tbhi
root bave hitherto failed to conmacd tau
sanction of tba Paoutty, becaareo beiog
tested, they hare beta found t contaia uoa
iems Ingredients wliicU aeutraJIsa lbs good
effects of tbe Saranparillaj and ofteBtimes ia
Juiw the bealth oba 'patkat-; It is But so
with Hueldy'apvepararion. . (
This is tbe pore aad geauiae extract of tbe
root, aud will, on trial, be fc.und to effect a
certain and perfrrt . core ut tbe fbliotriiig
Complalnuj aud dlscnses ? m (, ; --
AfTectionvof the" Bonci, Habitnai CostlVene.
Debility, DiMasea of tba Kidneys, Dys.
fj 4 pepsiarysiuelaa,Fen)AleIrrgalnj
i Fistula, all akin diseases,
. t -Iiier Complaint, Iudiges-jj j -,
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-: - - a. Syphilis, ... :., v. v-rt
: Scrofula,.or King's Jivl SA
HUELffiS AGUE TONIC !
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Jhe'only remedy for t'hllls and Fever or
Agurwnd Fever that is or enn b depended
upon Is Hurley's AgireTooie, Tbere (tare been
thousands rnred by nstng tt who -bad trh-d
tbe Usual reoMdia wrltbout bepeflt't' but hi
bo case has
Ilua'loy'at Au Xoaaiej''
fallei o ffert rare, --ah mho hare
used is cheerfully tell - tlwi aWicted friends
of it as a snrenud oartaln-cura fot chills and
fever. . Any oask suffuriag-from tba chills
would consult their owa interest by tending
to a flrus; store nod' bnvlacr bottle. It is
pleasant to take, compared with others, and
will be eertaia-to on re aH eases of fever aad
ago or chills and ieraiw Baud lor It lo iio
proprietors. . ' v s
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roriLAR -yroKL (andvi
Jl this is really a sneciGc'for "woirins. and
tbaAf m4w( paltttuitk form 0, give to
children, it Is not surprising tbat it is iait U
king the place of all other, preparation fur
worms It being perfectly UuHclass. aay, child
will inks It. .,
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Wantof sutlon of the Liver,
OR UlSVllbKUED .STUlUClt.T""
There are no Hitters tbat can coin pure
with 4besa in removing those .distressing
coinplaiiiui. , For sal or oau be bad at fmy
drug stur in the t'nited States, or fYout tbo
urourktoBi. ..JAMEiJ k ty,. .
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Oriental Pearl Drops I
For Beautifying the cnaiplesioa, jefl'cctuall.T
reiuuviag tn, Freckle iilolcbes.and lvin
the skiu an ultiwit amautknees ol ewilv
attaiued by S"fc vlber,., ,1, twe among (be
ladies of the give it a character lor
efficiency wbivii t onus Uuips it asinSnlU-
iy superior lor the or au Jady.j, .M
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Unglish' Horso . Lfnimcno
Has pni'en itaslf ea of the best Uniqents
made fur 8piain, linimn 4r., iu sj I, cases
wben trieO for either man or U-asl. and will
do all we claim for It. A Try a bottle, aud. we
re sa'inea you win never afterwards u.e
any other. ; , . , .
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JAMES RVDDIE ;t0...
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JVo. -I 3,13ullitt H(rt
For tolo by & B. Su wert, Tboa, l is'.
4d (. iriua firacClsrktvii:, Ttn.
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