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R. W-THOMAS, EDITOR.
. Nrtif.mv . a. on hit.
NBULKTT & OIIA7ST,
rCBI.lMHIKS AND pHOl'BlBTon.1..
JWnit: Thnt Dvllart prr annum in atltamc.
FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1808.
Notwithstanding the terrible
Soivro Riven to Beaut Bulimy ly what
are called Kuklux, we nr Inclined to
believe that nil such mysterious tin
(100.4, und nil gliost-liko niK.'u.ra.nees
to frighten negroes and cxfiife curios
ity, are Ixigtis. If t!ier be a Kuklux
Khin it Is not orgiuiize4 for Htioli non
seiisical exhibitions, nor doeft it merit
UiedennnHntlonx heaped tirsiii it even
by the Conservative press.
believe there Is such rtn orguni
cntiou, that it Ih composed of llrst
,, fliiwj inatertnl nnd that it I the ofT
Rprlng of political lier-esylty. The
pullic ban not now to luimi that the
Kiytil league lire nrnntl orKatiimtt ion;,
the members of whiclr trro sworn to
uphold surh measures an arede-Igneif
' to crush the lights mid liberties of tiie
J better citizens of tlie Htato. It is also
well known thnt Conservatives fiinl
iv retire.! ot wrongs hr Ifciilloiil
Courts that murder, robbery and nil
other crimes go unpunished where
the criminal Is a IltiihVnl and the vic
tim a gcut!emanror if, perchance, a
jury convict,- tho Governor stands
ready to punlon, and tlie villain, em
bolden I by Impunity and rei d red
mora desperate by disgrace, is turned
looseuponan unarmed iiiiddefcn cIlms
community to re-enact deodi of mur
der, burning and robbery.
Under tills state of things the only
lnpe of tho .Southern, whiter for secu
rity to life ftntl property Is the exercise
o." tho only right left tliein that of
eolf-dcfenne-a right which no law
and no despot can abridge or destroy.
This right can not be made effective
by Individual eilort; it therefore be
comes necessary to follow the exam
ple of the loyal leagues and the O. A.
R., and bond togctlwr. And sure if
villains may organize to perpetrate
f lime and oppress honest men, there
is a letter reason why those whose
lives, liberties and property arc en
dangered should alsoovganizc for self
protection. Out of this necessity, no
doubt, has grown the party known as
Kuklux, and that it is composed of
prudent but stem men, who scorn tlie
paltry tricks played oh" In their name,
and who will bo found solely on tho
defensive quiet until patience can no
longer endure, and active only when
the murderer and thief aro at their
By Radicals, tuck an organization
is not held as politically, socially or
morally wrong,, because they have
sense enough to know that It Is not;
but. UiiiY.-duuivcuXo. It-a- 1 nkLtlms
thcir privilege to steal and murder,
and they call it In-suUerably impudent
because it defies their ill-gotten power
and quest ions their right to commit
wiliii impunity every crime in tire
AVe treat t'.ii-i subject gravely, but
without the slightest knowledge of
Che cxiMeiM-e of any such organiza
tion, and because, if there be, there Is
itinnlu cause for its existence, and am
pleJtislUieation for Its purp.ises. It
must iiw be obvious to every reflect
ing man thnt constitutional govern
ment can never be re-cslal dished in
this country, wit hunt the aid of arm
ed revolution and that bef.re that
p. int is reached, there must be un in
crease of wrong nnd oppression call
ing for resistance, individually and by
combination, as the only hope of pre
serving life against open and secret
violeuceu and of keeping starvation
at lsiy by protecting, at all hazards,
tho means of subsistence. If there
be crime In this, it lies at the d tor of
thofc who force the people to have
reourse to the law of self-defense.
Wf. copy from the Xcw York Her
ald the programme of the Uadieuls
after tlie removal of Andrew John
son. There is nothing in it new to us,
for we have long foreseen, and often
foretold it in these columns, hoping,
thereby, to awaken public apprehen
sion of the danger and thereby avert
It. Rut the people of the North mciu
t care nothing for liberty, the Con
stitution ami the Vnlon. And this
apathy confirms the opinion long en
tertained, that they were induced to
take up uiniNnnuiiift the South under
the belief that tlie danger was miimII
and the plunder great. It Is an opin
ion unwillingly entertained, but Is
1-iscd upon subsequent events, too di
reetly corroborative to be without
v eight In estimating the motives that j
rsmnptcd the war, and the passive
submission to wrongs greater than
could have followed the separation of
the two H'ctlons.
Thk Iloxtnn Ailvrvliurr complains
of hard times, and ay unless the
people rise in their might ami hurl
the dominant patty from power, in
four years the Itepuhllc will have be
c iliieu liimi uv'ny. If Is a despotism
now, lint four years is too short a time
for the crowning of a king. Tk
Radical Congres Is too much In love
with power, to put a master over It
self, and will continue to rule as a
despotic oligarchy until a Cromwell
appears and kicks the Hump out of
theCapllol. (limit is too big a fool
to piuy Cromwell, and Is, und will re
main, the contemptible tool of the
It idii uls. Let iim have a monarchy
anything in preference to the present
government, but let the King Itc a
man, not a puppet to dance a-t the
R.tdlcuU pull the wires. .,
I'.howni.hw ilr, lines a nomination
for the Vice lYe.shhucy. Sour grape
are easily tUvlitu d.
Brwrwj-Low Is exceedingly Indig
nant at the conduct of Judge Trigg,
tat reference to Ui- Northwestern It,
R. bonds, and vw8 that ho will not
bo controlled.by so Insignificant a per
sonage rts a District Judge of the
United States. Tho Supreme Court
having sold out to tlw Radicals, ltcan
hardly be supposed that a CI
Judge will bo-regarded by nn oluci&l
of the usurping party. It is In this
way that law and justice are brought
into contempt, liberty overthrown
and despotism established.
i he testimony in uie inrpcaen -
ment trial, was closed on Monday,
because the trlcrsswoni to administer
impartial justice, refused to-admlt the
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evidence most essential to the vlnUi-j ot1K.e Hnd diual'ify him from hold
eation of tlieeonduet of the President. 1 lug olllce.
Radical .Senators are not to be Influ
enced 1-y the awful consequences of
wilful perjury they rather plume
themselves upon the facility with
which they ean swear a lie. With no
conscience to rebuke, and no law to
punish, them', what care they for any
other restraining influences?
Old Si'JTi'iiiK threatens the Ku
klux with a Northern Army. Has
he iliscovered the insufficiency of Ids
ftnlish for the extermination of the
County Oi'ficeus. As a matter
of interest to our county readers, we
publish tho bonds of tho county ofll
eers lately inducted into olllce. It
will lie seen that ull svhw were elect
ed, succeeded In rinding endorsers,
except Metvtnney, who failed, at tlie
regulnr time, to give b nd, and again
failed t the expiration of the ten :
days allowed him by law. There- j
upon tho olllce was declared vacant'
by tho County Judge, and Peter
Oneal appointed t j till the place. i
Oifirqo H. Hnrrls, Kiu-ilir, invc bind in j peachmcnt business has been over
tlio sum ol'SiVKli s'livlles, .Ionian NVhlett done here Is the oninion of Hip tmli
J. At. Trutn-r. T. U. IlinKiove. Ito it. H. Wll- i n", lm,,on 01 l,,e Ju ,
limns, n. it. iteiu v. 11, io v Kncii. John 1 !cious. 1 lint tho evidence presented
lieau, Hiftinni Wiiii, Diiviii iific, Jr., mid
C. M. Htoiihlirevs,
lionil iii tho Kino r hiMKii. 8iintU-J.
J. , . IjfMlllllK. , OIIIIIV I rUNM'I-. K'lVI!
Joy iinrk 101. 1 j. c. McMiiiiuii.
Kwimnn.t Iswe c. i.oomin.
n. c. nidi, Jailor, kvu bomi in the sum
l-nier iMu-io. eminty court pioik, enve
bond in the sum of ii.iKjv Htiritim-w . w.
-.1 .j.. ..... VI.- u
Sinll h'. r. K. lVltus. j. T. Trloo, Z. liyeii's.
.1. II. Jiiiti-'II. MaKlstnttu Ills. No. )-'. unvit
bonO In the sum of ijoj. 8nn;ty William
.1. SI. Monro, Constable, navn bowl In (bi
sum of Hiiretlrn-J. J. IUiwIs, W.
O. M ieviiihls. ami .1. T. Monro.
.1. N. l.'ine, Constahlu, (javo bon'l tu tho
snm e.i tsnruues w. 11. .iioss, t
vuzli.T, J. V . ntinclillulil, nnd J.J
isi ni.VL of ;i:. jieuu.tx.
I.arKO Crowd In AMendmicc--Iiiioh.
Tlie mortal remains of Gen. John
II- Morgan were interred in
final resting place at Lexington, Ky.,,.h? ConVi"tl,,)l! uy, the m,mber of
on the 17th Inst. Large nZm
citizens, among whom were many of
tne uenerars old comrades m arms,
Jolned-the train from Loulsvlllo bear-!
in? his remains at the various sta-!
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Illll II.IY nilllVlllu IIIMUIIVI, a lUw
L mlsvillH Courier
At an etrly hour in the day
and enthusiastic crowds
of o'd and
i-ici yeieraiiH co iccieo aro una tne
i iiumiix a no oo iinciii j ueis, unx!-
rnlsl v nwnit oiir t Iin nrn nil if t no I rn in
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that was to bring tho body of tlie
departed chief. At last the train ar-
lived, liea ring all that was left of the
il.rshingcavilier. A general rusli was'
then made by the gathering hundreds 1
to tetily, by their presence, the res-'gacy and corruption in tlie manage-1 nessexliiblted by the counsel, and the
pect due to a gallant commander. ' ment of our national finances contin-1 Interest of the Senators, it was cvi
Imniediaiely on the arrival of the ties to burden our people with n svs-i,lel't that this was ono of the strain
train nt the station, the necessary j tent of taxation which must end' in big points of the trial. Tho eounte-
steps were taKen, anil the ixsly re- j
"""'' hum v iimeo, wnere uie
Rev. Mr. Hhlpnman officiated, going
through the usual burial service oftlie ;
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hen the hiHly was brought into
the church, the
uiuu-ier leaciiujr tuci
"I.ovil let inn know mine enil,"
and the choir responding, a liunilicr
i . i ; . . f . i ,
of young ladies ad vanecd to the place: and negro supremacy, and who! After recess tlie defense got in evl
where the remains were lying, anil ' xvisl1 the restoration of 'peace andn,'0 from Secretary Welles to the
deposited their of lerings, consisting of, unity between all (fie sections of ourj cll'eet that tin the 2l'd of February he
crosses and w real lis. It was one of common country under t lie hlosslnr-s Unformed tlie President in Cornell
the most sublime sights we ever wit-
After slnln the 177th hymn, '
Cial.lo mo, oh thou (.-rent Jolmviili,"
an 1 closing prayers, the remains w. re
taken up, und the funeral cortege was
leaving itie church, the choir chanted
the beautiful hymn
' 'IV.ii'e, truuhl.'il mini."
Tlie procession, after forming at
Christ Church, proceeded to the cem
etery, livery window and doorstep
on tiie rouie ii-in in en oecuiiicii at an
early hour by mvriads of
i.i,ii..a i. i
ot hoi's en
;er'to catch a glimpse of the I
boys in gray, who had followed a
leader that had carved a name higlc'
nil hi tne annals ot lame.
About two weeks ag.) the remains
of U. Thomas Moi-jr in were brought
from Lebanon to l.exini'lon, and
piaeeo in tne vault at the cemetery,
and to-day removed to their tiuu
rehtilig place, by the Mdeoi' liln brolh-!
er. After the .Masonic ritieil wns
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side, th. h.dici decked the graves
. . . . .
wilh wreaths, IhxU,u and nowcrs, i
and the crowd gradually tlisperstsl ,
from the burial irriiiiiiil. with Msnloimi i
l einslielioii from eacli heart that laid i
TllK Soi.i.ikus' Vote 1X roNXr:-."vl'r l'i'r tnhles principles v. ere i " " i, ' ,
ii v ii ,i '"Voweil w i r i, nm ir other (iiivi.rn. 1 " Hl' 'hell inciKt lie will lie eoi,v c-
Tic TT-llieNew lVv-u i( 'ohiieetl-; n-(H wouI), V , t'wUt bu' ' VfrUi.-t will not ext. ml to
cut) Jtijort in nutleniij tlie lute cxpol ts to n lelonV nil 'riiu oh- ,lisl"Hlit,:illoii niul In fact uiic41on
flwtloii, says: !.i t.iof the it voluiloui.su 'wire ile- w','1 l,r"lM,l to-tlay ry it Senutor,
"Another hiKiiill.-imt feature of the !
late eleciion, was tlie lart that a (fivut
ni:ioriiv ot those who MTveit in the!'"" "" i'imii to i.e biicn nv the
late eivil war prompt I v vom th, i '"r 't ' ivMlloit, niul t'lewilisti
DemiMTaiie tieUi toii Moinlav. TIiIh, I tutlon in it. phueof ti wx alletl "Uov
weleitin, was ohsirvnhle ill liiiiny eminent of the People," under tlie
loealilies. i fotitjht for the I'liioii',' eltislv Jaeol.in ery of "Llhei ty and
Hiii.l a soldier, ns lie laid hi tmllot on ' ,',l,1li,..V.' The means nnd proee
the box, 'and I nut rondv to Hhoiildi r I lv w''ieh this end is to he ueeoui
inv miislit t nuriiin, to put down this I'l'-'hed are M't forth as follows:
lladleal nlteinpl to Keep the States! 1 he eonvlttlon and removal of Au
di tiled. " jilrew.lohnson, and the installation of
Wnde In the rresideney for three
r four months U fore the eoinineiiee
I.OYAI. AX 1 DlflovAl., Senator jinent of the next rntildelitial term.
H....I.. .. 1.-.,., il... 'Phi, idnel Ion i.t (:,,,,. I .. II.....'
1 M 1 in. i,i ii i 1 1 1 in I, . . Km iii i in- i
whole ease wkwi lie uttered the fl-
"Loyalty, ill my oiiinlon, eohhihts I
ill a willluc ola dieiirelo I he eonsi itii-
I lull, niul I lalli'Ve the t hiiMrheil and
siilli rllh,' piMi le ol the S.mlh to U-
the must l.ival pnilluii of the I'liited
Slat. Without Inteiidiiitf to w ound
the fct'ltriK of any man, I any the
must Uixliival tieoiili'
lu (lie I'nllisl
Stales lire the liU'U
;U and their
Tlews of Western Editor.
. The following Interesting mention
of men and things at Washington Is
from the pen of Mr. Ilalstond, the
senior editor of tho Cincinnati Com
After talking with a considerable
number of persons, well informed
from the highest sources of Intelli
gence, and looking upon one day's
procedings of the court of impeach
ment, I nm not quito sure that the
President will be convicted. All vio
lent partisans nssert It without quali
flcation. The Copperheads desire that
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j ITf DIIUUIU UllUCtniUJIU IllUb IWIIIl'
caU wil, oonlniit any outrage, and
I that all Republicans are Radicals.
i The Radicals therm-elves assume that
I tho nato would I stultified if It .lid
There are moderate men. however,
who do not hold that the conviction
of the President is demanded by
an imperious public necessity, or
that his conviction would beau un
pardonable public outrage, and who
do not think that his conviction is a
Not more than one-third of the
Senators are through thick and thin
Radicals. A larger number than I
hnd supposed of tlie Republicans have
declined to class themselves by all
their votes as implacable impeaefiers.
And I believe the President would he
acquitted were it not for the fear that
if turned loose he would lie guilty of
some dangerous treaK. lie lssupposcu
to be capable of anything but an act
of timely discretion, and if he is
turned out of office he will owe it
to his reputation as an uncertain
quantity and a quarrelsome jncrsoii.
If it were believed that the President
would quit his foolery with Lorenzo
Thomas, and withdraw tho appoint-
ment of Thomas Kwing, Sr., as See
: rctury of War, and appoint Lien.
Hanks or Gov. Cox, or some other
ci mpetent and reliable man to that
position, I am ns sure as one can be
without the proof that he would lie
a dmitted. As the case stands he has
a chance of acquittal. That the im-
I by the managers was the reverse of
strong and conclusive, all besides the
That the country
! is not enamored of the impeachment
not only known here but felt. 'I hat
j the impeachment of Johnson will I
' I'ri." ' card for the Kepubii-
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campaign, is not nelievcu bv tliosc
, . . . . . .. .V
,ei(t ublu to calculate
ave tno influences
and the cbiinees
ltMO II ATIC OX VEXTIOY.
Circular or Ihp nllonnl Democratic
, .sr.w l umv, a. 1000.
IIVt.llV..n.. At... t 1 1
; I Ijtivo forwarded toyou the call
of the Democratic National Commit-
tee for tiie holding of the next Nn -
liexi rsn -
v".i; ' V. . . ' "'"J",,,r l, i;.cwi
will please confer with tlie (State Cen
tral committee ot youriStato
that she ho fnlle rein..ntu,l i
deshous thatan earnest appeal should
oe uiauo to me conservative element
,lu'u, , , c .l"?n.,wlV!!n 11,18 "?l
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"We call upon every Dcaitfe -
-f " - 1
to stive our nee institutions from thn
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I . ,lusl'Ht'sin which now tlircat-
ens tlie very foundation
or our gov-
"Jt is onlv bv
the united action of
au who love the Lnion and tho Con -
simuion tnai we ean Hope to drive
fmm intti'ni. I,, tli. i ii
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election the Radical party, wliieli. liv
its representatives in Congres.s Inis
attempted to ursurp tho functions of
the Judiciary und executivo branches
of 'government, and which, bv tn-otll.
public and private disaster, uri'ess ar-1
rested uy a wise, sound, and economi
cal policy such nn a l) tl 1 1 iwiin 1 1n uil
. . . . wi i it hi, vi
ministru'tlou is sure to give us.
.""M'yoii will lose no time, in
order to cause such measure
taken in vour.S ate n. win n -!....
our aid in the contest beforn m tl.
conihincd strength of all those who'Mm'e their reverses Thursday,
nre opposed to Congressional nsio rm.
the laws and tlie Constitution, forj
which our brave soldiers and sailors
shed their blood and the nation
poured out its treasure.
"At gist Rklmon r, Chairman."
T i: LKGHAPIIIC.
Washington. April 14 Kv..nt
liiavo oieiiived hire within the past
! two or three days which render It eer-
itain that the ultimate ob'eet of the
men M ho are now strlvinir to ennirol
Ih'publican party In Congress Is to
ll'cet an entlrechange in our rcpubli
- 1"1 u"'".1 "f government, and t isubsti
e, nuer giving tno Proudest license
lotne managers in regard to the ad
i"'sln of evidence against Prcxlilent
a ineiaiorsiim iiini'n .
lansoiuic and arb trarv than that of r, 7 .V
! Hobespierre triumph of the lin .c icli' HlU Vr tlvm
Ii.pu .... s!.,,...i.,.. i . . ...i:"T; T " impertinences.
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: . v:. ",' .rl 1 n- .e,u. (1,.t, ,
to t .c ia?Ur t'heltl,m'ht by some to Ik, a ttst.'but
ling Gener il SWl ''"T '"ve n Inside view of tho
lll'l Vllerr,, . if iiviiii!,iiii
man on point vital to the defense, I
.,,..,.ki.,.i . . .
""' ic-i ini conudciieelo the Kadi-n
1 1,1 in-pirators as
Dilators as to tempt them to
le all caution and to lsmst
of their power and of the
iiiuiiui r In wlilclt they uri. r,.,,l veil '
to exfn isi. it. In (lu. mr numw .....I I
"''l to Is- the entire overthrow of
thliliition:il r mlllcan Koverniiicnt
..ui hi i ii-nmi'iii i
V,,',, l,!,'".AVJ,l,10 u". Vlw '' l''ht and
i ii-ni. in in un? i-eiiiiie, ny toe tint oi
in tlouhtful States,
The virtual ulsilltlon of tho Hu
preliie Court of the I'liited State1, by
strlpphiK the .ludlelary of the ixiwer! of the testimony riKardlnu win
; to pass upon tho eonstltutloiiaiity ofleured in tlie CalJuet inietinir
any net of CciiijrrcsH relatlnn to rs-oii- this he said, every resiits table
Utruetlon or the biislni of tho Oov- yer In the land would Indorse
Tilt extension of tlie l-rm at rifrlno '
of the rnvldent, Grant, the VieeJllousti. . .
President, Wade, nnd tho present U.
S. Benator to ten years from the 1st
of March, 1MB, on the plea thnt a
constantly rocurrlnf change In tlie
government la harmful in the exist
ing condition of the tountry and was
one of the main causes of the late war
of the rebellion.
The unlimited Inflation of the cur
rency, through instrumentality of the
national btuikssons to throwuKn the
country an- enormmis amount of pa
per money, by moans ..of which the
people are to lie kept in a state of ex
citement and good humor, and to lie
amused and maile satisfied wilii an
New' York. Anril 17. A Port Jar
vis dispatch states that roblierles were
committed upon the dead and wound
ed afler the disaster nt Carr's Rock
by passengers who .were mi vet by ink
ing in the forward ears. Money In
large sums has been taken, and' gold
watches from the pockets of tlie dead.
and rings torn from the ringers of
women, in one instance a tile was
used to release a diamond ring from the
finger of a lady who was at the time
conscious enough only to be able after
wards to tell the story. ' People who
were at the scene say they oould not
protect tno sunerera jrom sacrilege.
New Okmjanm, April 18. Orders
have been issued to commence count
ing the votes immediately after cliw
Ing the polls, In tho presence of two
representatives of eneli organized par
ty, the counting to continue without
nitcrmision until complete. The re.
suit Will probably be known to-mor
Democrats nre confident they have
carried the parisli of Orleans and es
timate their majority at 2,000,
A dispatch receU-ed from the town
of Monroe, Louisiana, signed by Col.
Edgar Tlsdell, internal revenue col
lector, Capt. Geo. Norcross, U. 8..
and others signing themselves loval
I citizens of Louisiana, declaring the
election as conducted in tnat town
unfair, nnd Illegal, and unjust
Montoomf.uy, April IS. Mr. R.
Randolph, editor of the ' Tuscaloosa
Monitor, recently hnd a difficulty witli
n negro in Tuscaloosa, in winch lie
cut tlie neerowltli n knife. Mr. Run
dolnli learning his arrest was ordered
by the military authorities came to
Montgomery last night. When he
reported to Gen. (Shepherd lie was
told to report this morning at 10
o'clock, which lie did.
Gen. Bhepard then Informed him
that lie must be committed to the
military prison without the benefit
of bail. Gen. Hhcpherd further re
marked thnt in all cases of military
arrests tlie parties would be com mil
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1 ,v""av" "i' "".
I rltutltfi vtmt hv n m tnm nnmi
i,lr- "nnooioii was promisen
speexiy luvestigaiion uy a muttarj'
Moxtoomehy, April 18. All the
correspondence w hich passed be
tween the Fenian Lodges in New
lork and those of Montreal have
been seized by tho Government, and
lfmm i'.n,ia nti, iTr.tt.wi k.i.
lfroin t'nnuda to tho Unit!
commenced yesterday evening. In
, consetiuence over tour
consequence over four hundred per-
ccen- sons are implicated in the covresiMin
to the deuce with O'Niel nnd O'Maliony,
oiki the enure allair will be brought
before the court in Ottowa. It is re
ported that nn international case will
be made of it, as documents have
been discovered which tend to show
' hiiii. niv iiiuiiiui ui iiuum UJf EII1IL-
ted in New York, and approved of
ociorc a committee m Montreal.
uinpiiviii.-., i i;i , uii lib VrlBNl, S
liemlnnnrterd fmm ( mi I 'i,.-
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commanding the second military dis-
trict, show that in South Carolina,
nine districts which roclslcrcil K .
"20 voters have polled "l.S.i.t votnu
1 A partial count of these show that 7,
227 are for the constitution and 4,000
t . . .. '
I Washinotox, April IS. The Court
overruled the Chief Justice, who de-
elded admissible what transpired in
i Cabinet council. From tlie earnest-
nances of the President's counsel fell;
those of tlie managers lit up with sat
isfaction, when a decisive vote was
t::ken yeas nays :.'!). The subse
quent objections of the managers to
imilar questions were all suxtaincd
by tho Senate overruling the Chair.
l he impeacners, who nave felt bfue
w rally amazingly in spirits.
concerning tho call of the officers of
the 5th regiment to repair to head
quarters. Kdgar Welles test I tied that
he gave the Information to his father
on tlie night of the ".1st, having heard
of it ut a reception. ,
Several Cabinet officers were pre
sent to-day as witnesses in regard to
Cabinet memhert, but were not upon
the stand, as the rulings of the court
in the case of Secretary Welles threw
out their testimony, excepting Ran
dall. Randall proved he suspended Biod
gctt, the Augusta, Georgia, postmas
ter, whom 1 hitler had on the witness
stand, and was alono responsible
therefor, the President knowing noth-
pted some of his usual
but quickly d slsted.
announced tin v .bad
closed the ease.
The vote on Wells' testimony Is
, . 1'ul,,l! det-laro Johnsci can-
Ik it ! vn kViii n l(k I nm 1 ix
, i, V- V . Vr
" . "'"'" "'"i w ,mv
assi,luousiy, say the House
Representatives and tlie Radical
lm" rt on trial, iiinl 1 lie cities'ioii U
xv h'IhT tliehi'iiiitti will fouvlet iht'lii
"V." ' ' ' ''l "" vk'W.
llenortM reeelved ut lli'ii. Cih.i'u
lieadimarli rselalin that the Virtflnla
eoin itutlon will he udopted. There
is relinhle iiifurinallon here to (lie ef
fect that it will lie lieaten bv i.H,iHHI..
Keiirant Hit ten this iimriiiitK visited
the l'tesident, who made him m veral
presents, nnionar them n )ort liimniule
eontaiiiK tlfty dollars In ifold. MerRt.
Hates Jcaves the elty for his houm lu
Manager AVilsou'Khhnrp praetusj In
Reltiiifr his prepared speis h In tn-iluy
under the pretense of Hrjriiim,r nirainst
rue uunilsMon of Welles' testimony.
j1 eo.isidered .iiilie u rikk! thin by
" "mi. jiu i learning rupiuiy
iiiiuer luitier-H tulelaje.
A prominent Itadical said, to-niirht.
no if renter nutraue had ever lieen wr
pelrattsl in a eourt than tlie exehisioii
riu V uv.
mheJow. be lid.
hut fvn il:.v - t.. r..iuii. li. ti... w i.;.
Washington, April 20.-r-The rain
diminished the attendance at the trial
to-day. The diplomatic gallery was
Lieut. Gen. Sherman, who. accord
ing to newspaper reports, was half
mmy w run Ajuntimu, wua Hftnill prw-
sent to-tlay, having been notified he
might be required to appear a a wit
ness. Theproceedlngs were uninteresting,
the evidence of lercd lieing merely sti
plementary. and when the trial came
to-an nhru)t close by an adjournment
until Wednesday, liblittledisappoliit
ment was expressed by the ticket
holders who had gone to much trouble
to get their pastelioards.
Mr. lioiitwell's speecli mflyoctaipv
all Wedncsilay nnd a portion of
Mr. Logon made an Ineffectual at
tempt to get in a copy of Ids argu
ment, which he stated was already in
The Senate will probably amend
the rules so us to allow the admission
of oil arguments which are to lie
printed in the case. Mr. Routwell
was glad to have further time for the
preparation of his opening argument.
Waslilnirne, of Illinois, was vulgar
and vociferous In tlie I louse this af-
tnriin'ltl 111 llAl.inilllmr 4I,a nunnrrn
the appropriation for impeachment
expenses, saying no w ouid vole a
hundred thousand for tho purpose if.
neeeiwary, and that the measure'? 'j m, . J . 8 at jso,
would save hundreds of millions
by Hirfting out Johnson's thieving
friends and puting in ofllco Radi
cals who, of course, are all honest.
Washburne. who Is to get a mission
when Grant is President, nlso Inti
mated that Johnson's conviction was
worth one hundred millions in saving
tlie lives of loyal men of tjie Houth,
hut ho had to condescend to explain
how each Hfo was to be valued, lie
finally conclude with a grand perora
ation on tlie removal of the tyrant
and usurper Johnson, which was ap
plauded by the gallerici.
Hunk's bill concerning the right of
American citizens abroad, passed the
House, but will be so dmasculated in
tlie Bcnate, as to render its provisions
nugatory. The liadicals hate for
eigners, and even tills bill originally
excluded from its benefits persons who
had deserted from the European nr
mics. Uy the earnest effort of Gen.
Morgan, that provision was stricken
Extraordinary pressure from nil
quarters Is still brought to bear on
Itadical Senators whose votes on im
peachment nre considered doubtful.
Members of the AY' est Virginia Leg
islature are urging Vnn Winkle and
Willey to vote for conviction.
It Is understood that tlie conserva
tive Republican Senators will make
au efliirt before the final vote to in
duce the impeaching faction to forego
their purpose, and aetpiit Johnson by
a large majority holding that this
show of magnanimity would concil
iate the whole country, and rebound
more to the success of their party
than can his conviction. It will
The House to to-day refused to con
sider a resolution of inquiry to Grant
of why the War Department Is
guarded by armed men.
A project is on foot to create two
more new Territories.
Montreal, April 20. Rumors
ire vailed yesterday that the Govern
ment was in possession of informa
tion respecting the Fenian conspiracy
to assassinate McGee; that tho con
spirators, forty in number, drew lots,
and the execution of the deed fell
peachmeiit trial, and betting men are
laying wager thereon.
A large amount of money has been
bet and notwithstanding the general
Impression that the President will lie
convicted several wagers that he
would not be were declined.
In racing parlance, Johnson Is tlie
tn enthusiastic Western Radical
Oflon'll to put 111) OIK) tllOUSUIlU tlo lltrs 'o1'1' S1 ,,HlH' IJ'lds.Khoi-i.hllppers. I in
tlint Triinilmll ,.f Tlliiw.lu ......i i .. . ''"'has, 1 runks, nlisus,or TinveliiiK Hand
Uiai ininilJUII, ol Illinois, would Vpto linns. These lines of Koods beloiiH to our
fj ,1" it,.n i.i.it I.... I .....a . .. I. lu i. ii i. . . , . . B
lie, next to Kliormiiii, is consitlcred
the most tlouhtful hy both siijcti.
v aim ioki n rrionu to-l:iy lio felt rer
tain thai Johnson would bereniavpil
but he intends to keep his own coun
sel aoout, appointments until tlie duty
devolved on him to make them.
The statements that he contem
plates this or Hint person for the ealw
Inet nre altogether unreliable, but it
Is uniformly conceded that ISutlercan
hnvo tlioTrenstiry, and if Stanton de
termines to retire, ho will at tho re
quest of the party, accept tlie Wur
(Mice. Ju mich event It Is believed
that Senator Morton, of New York,
will be M-Culloch's successor.
An nttempt was made In the House
to-day to postpone the vote on the ex
tension of time to Jnnuary next, for
bankrupt to nvail themselves of the
privileges of tho bill. The friends of
tne measure mado a v L'orous eontoat
and Kiicceetled In passing it.
Kohinson, of New York, failed to
get in Ids resolution to withdraw the
impeachment articles, the House, by
a party vote, refusinir to reeeivn it.
yet there nre many Kcptibl leans who
rcfrret, ineir party Is conimittod to the
measure, but who have not the eour-
urtfo to express their honest convic
tion Htruiust it.
liaihonls nre liezlnliur to nrrl ve from
all quarters, exoctlnjr Wndo's pro
motion nnd their reward. In that
event n grand ht over tho mkjUs
will sixin commence.
I'll eli , of Maryland, endciivorcd
to tret an investleatlon of tho facts
iiiiiiiriiliiar why Sherman was not
called before court by the Managers
lifter examining him in committee.
I he coiispiralors refused to allow the
question to bo sustained, ns it Is
known the conduct of the Managers
will not bear investigation. As tele
graphed you, Sherman rellected In se
vere terms on Stanton, and Justified
A con tldviitial friend of Jellserson
Davis having been iiddressed on the
Hiihjoct advising him not to appear in
eourt and leave tho country, If Wade
lavcnmc president and especially since
the passage or the law which Is de
signed to pack n Jury to convict him,
replies no man would dare approach
Davis with such a proiMisitloii. That
his lofty pride and sense of honor
would 'scout such an idea, and
Davis would bo ill court ut the an
Itadicals having failed to coerce
Kenntors Fowler und Sprugue, who
treat their threats with contempt,
now swear Fowler has abandoned
t he party, liccuuse he is a suitor for the
rresident's daughter, und that Sprage
is afraid of his handsome and spirited
Oiiicaoo, April 21. Tho election
to-day for Judge and Clerk of the Ile
corders's Court, and one alderman
from each wurd, passed oil" quietly.
About i'lMIO votes wero polled. The
Democratic ticket for Judge and
Clerk Is elected by nn average major
ity of fititi. The Council stands ill R
iiulilli'Hiis nnd 12 Democrats.
til . W.. 4 lll.n Tl. unl I.. .aaM-
W . JV. H.II IHU I , 11 lll'Jl IUUV 1111-
didate for Judge of the Hecorder's
Court, reexdvexl M5 majority. Daniel
O'Hara, Di nusTat, for Clerk, lju ma
rUrksTllle Tobacco Market.
RtilQ at the Exchange by Harrisox 4
Siieuiv, for the week ending April 17th '08,
of 60 Hhdfl. at the following price t
One box of old Tobacco tit 00. 8 Hhd.
Onod 1 W, li 00, 14 VU, U IM, 11 00, 12 tW,
11 su w so. - .
i!l llhdn. Mmllum Inf 12 GO, 12 40, 13 !0,
12 10, li IM, 11 sn, U 7f, 11 7-j, 11 , 11 SO,
11 50, 11 AO, 11 SO, 11 SO, 11 20, 10 K, 10 ft)
10 70. 10 M, 10 40, 10 .
I t llluls. Ihjw 80, 9 80, Ml, 9 20,
0 HI, U Ui, II IM, 8 7U, N 70, 8 HO, 8 to, H 2o, 8 UU.
IS llhilM. bnsju.' 7D, 7 fiu, 7 40, S 7'i, n.ni,
0 00, ill, iW, i 80, 6 tfO, 6 10, 4 Vu, i 00, 4 lu,
7 60, 4 ill, ft U0, 7 0U.
Hale Taeclajm and Fridays.
CLARKSVn.I.E, Tkxs., April 21, 18C8.
Rules by TriiNLrr WKA rnsits, t the
ExohonKe, on Frlduy lout, of Whlidn. nt the
111 0.), IS 03. 13 40, 11 25, 12 SO, 12 40, 11 TO,
II 40, II itl, ll 00, 11 01), 10 0, III 7"., 10 Ml)
V OH, II 40, U 2."., 8 10, 8 HO, 8 78, ft 60. s ift, 7
1 "i, 7 70, 7 IB, 7 10, 8 mi, 8 hi, 8 p, 6 i"'', SJOU,
ISnleRTueMlnys and Friday.
Cl.AitKSVii,i.K. Tens., April 21, 19V).
Sales at tho Tobacco Exchange, by Smith
HitTcmsos, of 124 Hhrt. for tho week
ending April 17, nt tho following price:
18 60, 15 60, 11 40, 14 10, 8 nt 14 00, 1.1 W,
18 HO, 18 SO, M 80, ;1 60, 2 lit IS 40, 2 Ml IU 20
18 10, 4 nt 1:1 oo. 12 tfl, 12 70, 12 Ml, 8 nt 12 60
C2 4,1 I-J ;m I'J i-i ,, 1-1 i.k a ... init -.
II . II (ht' 11 ,1 ,l . ... .f ....
' ' ! ?" 1 )0"v11?': 'i0,' ',u 7" ",f'"' 2,,t
u 7i, w, J t fm, o i, o lo, 2 ut po, 8 u.,
7.i, 2 nt 8 70, 2 at 8 so, 2 at 8 40, 8 :m, 8 20
J So, 8 nt 0 70, 8 00, 0 40, 4 nt 0 00, 5 80, 6 20,
S 10, 4 01), 2 nt 8 70, 8 U0. .
AUo on the 21st Inst., 0 IlhiK a follows:
la) 00, 15 O'i, l.j l, 14 10, 14 O0, 18 80, IS 60.
13 85, 2 lit. 12 0, 2 at 12 76, 12 00, 12 80, 12 80
2 nt 12 00, 11 0.5, 2 nt 11 1)0, 11 so, 11 70, 11 SO
5 at 10 M, 2 nt 10 70, 2 at 10 0, 2 at 10 40,
2 nt 10 10, 2 at 10 00, 2 nt V 70, 9 00, 2 nl 9 25,
9 10, 2 nl 8 00, 8 9-"., 8 60, 8 25, 8 20, 8 10, 7 60
7 40, 7 20, 7 Ot 7 10, S at 95, t 80, fl to, 0 20
10, 6 95, I 70. 9 lit S 80, 5 2.1. ft 20, 4 5, 4 00
4 10,3 80. Halea TueMdnya and Friday.
Trice's Landing Tobaceo Market,
Thick's Landing, April 22, 18UH,
Hnlr by Vhiti-ock, M'Kinnky A Co., of
lrfl hhd. at the following price:
815 80, 15 80, 2 nt 14 40, 11 25, 14 20, 14 10.
14 00. 18 DO 2 nt l: 80, 2 at 1.1 00, 12 75, 12 HO
2 at 12 10, 12 80, 12 25, 8 nt 12 00, 4 nt 12 6)
12(0, 12 40, 12 80, 3M 11 00, 11 lo, 11 75, 11 lj
11 40, 11 uo, 11 9.,, 8 at 11 Hi. 11 25, 11 7ii 11 so
1 1 9. 11 10, 10 80, 4 nt 10 no, G at 10 A. I, 9 nt 10 W
2nt 111 INI. 10 no. lO (LV 9i,t Uttl UU-. ll?-. ll
- -f w ' i'F( ir fan 1 isf, 0 ui, v rr, n 11
0 00, 5 70, 5 25, 2 nl 075' 500, 5 50, 2iit5tm, 51o!
o OH, 2ut55a, 6 75, 4 40, 4 75, 2 nt 4 25, 4 50.
Market active with advance of from 73
cents to n tl Oil.
TO CI AH tOXNV.MKItN.-At thcrcoui-xt
of Mr. T. II. Hymnn, Agent for the "Miller
Ous Burner," we mnke the following ntnte
mcnt lu regard to tho qualities of this
burner: Thnt on Tuesday evening last we
tested It thorooithly, burning the some nn
equnl length of tlmo with the ordinary
burners, (lining dim-rent, numbern), and
found that It consumed about twenty per
cent, lens of gnu, g ive a softer nnd iteudler
light, with an Illuminating power of much
greater volume, nnd Is superior, In all res
pects, touny burner we lmveevor neon used.
S. D. HTKWAIIT,
J. B. TAP8COTT.
C'larksvllln, April 21, 1808-2w
Been BoerM-Not the same beef of the
ancient 8colchman, Hook, but real nice cuts
from the well fatted beef cattle of modern
times, kept for sale at the city market
house, (better known as chicken coop), ev
ery market morning. 'When you come to
market call nt my stall and supply your
selves with something that will do toeAaiP.
April 2i, 18118-ly.
M. C. PITMAN A- CO
CLARKSVILLE . TENNESSEE.
AlfE HAVE JVffT TtEC'EI VEI1 AND
opened, nt our 4 l.4THI0 STORK
on Fruuklln street, n Kenieel stiH'k of gen
teel Clothing fur Men, 4Jeiillenipn ami
lloyn, I. e. : every body Imtwenii seven and
one iiuuureu yenmoi age wnu wenin fautN.
Coat a. Vests, Hliirl.i, llruwers. Hum. V,
Shlim, Col I rs, t; loves, Huetiilcrs, llnnd-
Hriineliof lillslneiui. and In them we snare
no pains lu tryinii to satlsly all who call
on us lorsupplles. liehm dirslrous to serve
the public in our capacity, we very respect-
iii ij miiiuib ii vijiiviii. vii lis i nn ii iii i,
M. C. P. & CO.
April 21, 1808-tf.
Boots and Shoes !
Hats and. Onps !
LADIES' AXD OEM'S FIR.Msni.XG GOODS!
HAVE JT'ST RECEIVKD A COMPLETE
slock of uiHidsln thealHivelliiH.or uthieii
lVSIICCtftlllv lnvlle III! eviniiim.ti..ii f
have every variety of Lndles' Ii It'll cut
wnlklni; shoes. In I.nstlnR, .Morocco and
Kid: Iiidles' and children's front lu,v ,.,..1
I'miKrimsUulters, all Krades; Ididies Glove
Kid Milliners, nn entli-elv nnw un.l ,.
ui iu; ijniici kiu li ii l l.ustliiK Hlll.pel-s;
Uents' lluu hnnd'sewed limits Hnd Mine
made expressly to my own order.
All Kl'adesilf HroiatlNHlld WnmenVlienvv
Shoes. A full hue of Ladles'. Uent's and
Children's Urltlsh lloslen
A Clltl fl'um nurchilHeni Is reHiieelfnllv an.
Helled. W. W. VAI.MANt.
Kuccessorto Valliunt & ijinder.
April 2, liwS-lm.
Splendid Tobnrco sienimery at Pub
OX WKDXKXDAY. THE 13TH T1AV OF
Muy. IStls. nt the hour of 4 o'clock h.'m,,
hy direction of the FullsCity Tohiici'o Hunk,
and pursuant to tho terms and conditions
or. nnd IheiiowersKrnuted In, a moilKiive
Irom .In i n en 1,. I.hw.oii and wife to mild
hunk, then called the Kails City Bank. dated
the &M day of Nnvenilier, isim, nnd rocordtd
lu the Jetlerson fVumty Court Clerk's olllce,
In deed book No 1.10 pnue Ul'l, I will. on the
piviiiises, sen in me niKUcst lilililur the
pmiierl v dcKfrlhed In snlii niortirinre. vl
lleKlnuhiK at a point on the south side of
llti ii slroct. hi lAtlllKVllle, Imiliet west of
r.ieveiitn street: iiieiicu with wilii strict
westwardly Sti feet ; thenisi nt rlnlit minion
umieei, louraymm sireei.iiiuneeustwarilly
.Vlfcl t; theuci' lothe bcKllinlllK. Also, the
machinery, fixtures. imoriivemcntM nnd
lurnllure Ihereoii, thu whols conslllntliiii
one of the inn-l complete and eoninKsllous
1 1 uiai i j ii(.Ji . Kill r.H In the West.
Tkiims Oiie-llihil ciu.li, thn hiilanca In
eiiiiul Instalmeiits In one and two years,
wllhsupuiate notes in addition, inatiirltia
seiiii.niiiiuaiiy, inramouiiis eijiuii lo inter
est at the rale of lilim per cent, n r uiiniini
on Ihe amounts of the above mcntlond In
sliilhiients iiupalil at Ihelr resiM-tlve mtitu
rltles. The perfect and special warranty
deeds Riven hy the bunk. The prnicrtv
will Is) sold sulijcc t to a lien on Ihe ival i.
tale, held liv Ihe Kninklln Hank lor ni.., n
hunilieil dollars, with Inlen'st Irom the 4d
of Uutolwr, IS1I7, which sum Is now psst due.
M. I. MKOIIIH,
..... . Auctioneer.
April 21, IHH8 ,'lw. '
DHH. D. F. WKItiHT AXn A. M. HAH
klnswlllpracllisi Medicine and Hurgery
In piuineinhlp on and nM.nr April UTtli, Istisv.
'Ihcy im psclfully louder thulr servleos to
the citizens of Clarksvllle nnd Us vicinity,
al the olllce of the lute Dr. K. Ii. Hsnklns.
Dr. Wright sleeps at his old olllce on
April 21, laos-tf.
TOWX LOTS FOR 8AL,
WO TOWN LOTH FIH HALK HITIT.
aleil on 7th Cross and MmiIWoh .tnwi.
known as the properly of Mrs. William.
JON EM A JOHNSON,
April 21, ltKVMw. '
MY HMUAL ANNUAL HALE OF FL'R
llllurest UUCtloll will tnk.l ulane on
Kai unlay, May 3, 1W. on Ihe Puhlle Hunra.
It will Isi an st l rstill v.i sale sml worlhy the
attention of tlioao dtislring to purchase
r'uj particulars see band -hills.
April 24, IVxVSw.
J0UI1EI13 AND DEALERS IN
READY MADE CLOTHIHG!
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Boots, Shoes, Trunks,
' 1 iises and Umbrellas.' ' "
Frnnklln and 6Crawbcrrjr Streets,
WE HAVE ADDEDTO OURCLOTHINQ
Merchant Tailoring Business,
and hnve secured the services of Mr. O. A.
8torm, who has won for him self consider
able remitntton ns a Cutter and Workman
generally, which together with the line
of every description, grade and erlremely
low prlees, we hope to merit a continuance
of the pmionage heretofore so liberally be
stowed. POLLOCK Jk CO.
April 17, IgW-tf. .
STATE INSURANCE COMPANY,
!N" a s li v i 1 1 e .
Well Tried and Reliable.
W. J. Till )M AH
OFFICE Keeotid National Rnnk ImlldlnK
Unni lioor), toiU'te street.
O. PI. JONES
April 17, lBW-tf.
To the Citizens of Glarksville and
II WOPLn STATE THAT 1 HAVE .TITST
returneil from the Ksxtern cities with a
lame slock of theliest hrand of French Calf
Skins, together with a very I nine stock of
muieriui ol every kind lor inaniuacturing
1.001) 1500 IS AND SHOES,
of the latest styles, nil of which I nought
tor cash, which enahles me to make nil
Rlndsof Tlools and Hhrn-sal grently reduced
prices. A lariro stock of made work on
hand, which I warrant, at greatly reduced
All mending done with neatirass and dls
pntch. With many thanks for the lllioral natron
aim, for ma ny years, of my old frieiiits and
customers, i most respectfully solicit b con
tluuauceof the mime.
Boots and Shoes.
Oenllemen residing' In the country, hy
carefully examining the rol lowing cuts, can
take Ihelr own measure, and send to the
old nnd well known hoot and Hhoe Stand of
Jolin Hick. West Klilerulllct$quare,C'larks
vllle, Tennessee, when a
GOOD FIT WILL BE Gl'ARAXTEED,
if projierly taken by the following
Directions for Measuring the Foot.
Pirat. Plnce Ihe foot on a piece of paper
and trace the outline of same with a pencil,
which will give Ihe length and spread of
ine iooi. as snown in ngure a.
Mv-niiri, Make the following measurements
Inches and fractions, with lane measure, as
snown in iisure jt, vis:
1st. The In. II ol the foot.
2d. The low Instep.
Uil. The high lnslcn.
4th. The heel.
Ath. The nnlilo,
01 h. The en If.
April 17, im Sra.
ANNUAL SPUING FAIR
VILL UK HELD AT TIIE
SEAR CLARKSVILLE, TENN.
tVitlay ami daturduu, MuiWh aiJSOM, ISm.
OX THK FIHKT DAY TIIKltR WILL UK
n Fancy Tournament of Hula Ills,
all reiiilre,i to rule In lull costume, eacli es
corting a l.udy superbly mounted on horse
back will enter thu Amphitheatre. Ar
rangement have been made lor all tint par
aphernalia lo make I his one of Ihe most in
lercNliuii and attractive Tournaments ever
held in Kentucky or Tcnnesce. In addl-
Hon. a great deal of sKs-k is in preparnlion
lor exhihlllou, and a lively and gay lime
1 ,., 'l 1..,... W tl
limy in CAit-.i;ieii. I na ii i,'i i.-i 111 , ...
Marshall, an old Kenluiky stockman, has
built a Hotel on Ihe Orounds, where all ean
be accommodated, and every attention will
be given to those Hhostop with Ii I in. Hev
eral Important iiei-soiiagcs are expected to
be present and take purl lu the proceedings,
April 17, iscs-dw.
Water Coolers t
OF ALL SIZES, AT
Rogers' House Kurplxhlng Emporium,
April lo, laiJWw,
Sthooley's ratcnt Self Vcntll-
lrnnAiaV lfi.iAA f,. mi, 1 1 1, l w Cm i
April 10, PMS-4W.
I wl.li to (ell my Photogrsili Gallrr),
wkicb U in excellent condition. Terms tsy.
W. H. AUMSTRO.NO.
Jan. IT, 18C8-tf.
ALL PKKMONH 1IAVINO CLAIMS)
asslnst the 4S.Lat of l-Mlhl,,. nil., .hu-
sustHl.aie hereby uolllled to appear and
tile Ihe same with the Clerk of ihe County
ITmil of HU-sorl county blatv of Teiilics.
see, legally authenticated, on or la-forw the
Ml osy oi AUIU.1. 1MM. in older
In outer that the I
same may be liquidated and dlsi-ha
oecordanos wllh lha s.ss or tl. iu,i.Ihliiiu
raMl In I
Hi lu '
of the muiU of Tenumistsi re U live To lin-ol-
veutestalea. I Ills isth day of April, ISSN.
lain nav or April, ln.
k- M. oiliest, Adtu'r.
April 21, lbfte-Jw.
New . Establishment !
' timt iwiu
AVIN'O ROrOHTOUT MY BROTHER,
Weill, I wnuni tntorm I no puuur
III carry on the business at the same
Cor. Strawberry illf r and 1st Cross.
Relieving my role Is n Tinkers nnd my
foi to. m that of Donelson bin a Urowrn,
my chief pride and ambition will hence
forth lie to
Bnkc the Best Bread i
Keep the Brut Stock
of Groceries l
And loll them Cheaper
honse In the City !
This honsnwlll eonllnne. a hcrotofhre,
to lie the lnnrcM denier In Ksmllv Floor hi
'lnrksvlllr. The choice bra mis of this will
1m always kept on hand and priced ns low
M at the mills. In
THE LIQUOll DEPARTMENT
I can beat anybody I va
Having nn 1m ml thn oldest, host, bl
(restand most eomplele stock of llranilloa,
Wines, Whiskey. Hum. Clin, etc., to be found
anywhere. Home of tiinse were lout(bt In
fore the war, and I have some of the Iden
tical beverage thnt mmlo Klnn David, of
blessed memory, cut such fnntnstlo enpers
Iwfnre litfe-h Ilenvcu and the dauuhter of
8nul. . .
In the Bakery Department
I promise to take the shine off of every
other concern ol Iho kind in t larksvlilu,
both In the superiority of mv llread nuit
Cakes nnd their prompt delivery In tho
highest style of art. both as lo condition
and triinnportutloii, at the doorsof my cus
tomers. I'uriies iinu cuinnus cau oe sup
plied on the shortest notice.
THS IIianiiST MARKET TRICE PAID
IX CAH1I, FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
" nrcnthes there a man with soul so dead
Who never to himself hnth inld "
Weill's the best sod cheu pest kouseln town?
If such there be, go mark lilm well, ,
For bira no minstrel's raptures swell,"
Clarksvlllo, April 17, li8. : .
KNOW TH AT TIIE LADIES OT
I'lui ksvlllc nnd vicinity can find at Mm.
HoiIu-ujd Miss Muguire a. the largest and
best nssortnunt n't
ever brought to Clarksvllle, which will It
be sold at reasonable prices.
Having employed one of the best Milli
ners of Iulsvtlle, we feel confident that
we can plvaso our customers.
Wo uio also agents for the CI rover & BsUor
Hewing Machines. Respectfully,
HODOUON & MAOUIRE.
April 10, lS0s-3m.
, A 01 HE.
4 LL THOSE "WHO VAXT TO HAVi
U. gardens llxod, gin pes trimmed, or nuv
giiipu-yiirds commenced, can adilrc
"ms uy iusii 10 ins reiicn
in nilL IS ,
April 17, 18C8-lw.
k LL PKKHOXS HAVING CLAIMS
il agnlust Mrs. N. U l'oston, deceased, am
huieby notllled to tile the siuiie, prop"i ).' '
proved, Willi the Clerk and .Muster of tii'o
t hanoury Court at C'lurksvlllu, so that Uui
may be audited and sultleil.
. . H. 11. l'OSTON, Ex'r.
AprI 17, lstia lw.
i COXTRAfTOft TO SUPPLY KOl'O't
j. nnu ilea, i y
Furnace. Hlewnrt emiiitv
TeiineiMee, with Corn, Hay, Forage, io. li.'
Ihe luesenl venr or lonuer. to Im, iIm11v..im.1
at llie Furuneu. A resiiuuollilo and rellubl j
nnnv furnished ciinlml liiadvinna ir .
quired. Cull upon or iniiJic-
DUTI.hH liUOS. St CO.,
in. ..... Indian Mound, Ttuiu
April 17, 1808-Sw.
ruwiiiiiiL'Utrii KTOll ACIT
ii wi .tin uinel
f" , , T
ire are no Hitter that can roror
1. I ! .1 J1.I
llicte in removing Ibeu (liitreMlng
kinls. r or tale nn be nsa at sny
Lion In the I'nliH Htstn, or from lb '
Mori. JAMES HtDDLE CO.
ental Pearl Drops!
sutlfYiriff tin comnlexloo, etleclosll
n, Fircklrs. I'1"1'1"-' fll't g"i
I have this day sold my stock of Oroosrlrrs
t uiy brolher, A. Well, and notify all thc.O
Of lu Well tO llltlasfMll thm r.a Mfin,u.t
..ins ni-..-iiiiiii usainsi tne eslabllslimci.t
I mv ..iii iiii.i.h... i . .
..hii ... n. w vrivr.
With II1UUT thanks InrthelllKirsl naler.n.
age of my old curomoi, 1 rusptsttfuily m. '
licit lu coutiuuaiice for the uvw firm.
April 10, lsos-lw.
I. We 3IATTILL,
DRY GOODS, v
IlootH, SllOt'N, OtC.i
At lb (laud lately ocvupied Pol-olB;e,
I have a Rood assortment of Spring got li,
which i sm selling al Ih loaeil cash p- ..(.
ill A Ri.ia I. ..J .III l a
plsmcd to wait linon liii friend and ruiti.m.
" " " - " win w
rtt. Call and tee lus.
n ft .nertM. r-l
Jan ti, lltl8.tr