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Bank of Chattanooga 4
Bank of Commere,.. 95
Hank of KnoiriUe.... . . 65
Rank of Memphll...r. .,, 95
Hunk of Middle Tennessee........ 00
Hunk of Paris 03
Bank of Hhelhyville. CO
Bank of Tennetsee, old issue 25
- ' dated J861 0
Rank of the Union 05
Bank of West Tennessee. 20
Buck's Bank 05
t'ily Bank 50
Commercial Bank 20
Life and general Insurance Company... 4
Merchants' Bank 05
Northern Bank pit
Oooee Dnnk. ..... 10
Planters' Bank 05
Son i hern Bank 8
Traders' Bank 05
Union Bunk.- 93
W1I01ESAIE GROCERY RIAKKET.
, Furnished by Crusman k Cbesnut.
SCGAtl. N. O. eood common, 1 3.167)1
good fair, 14(516; fully foir, to prime, 15J
tV,16j yellow clarified, 16J16j white,
16j(a18l; crushed, powdered and Kranulat
MOLASSES AND SYRUPS. N.O, cam
mon, 70(S.90j sjrnps, 90(5)1.30
COFFEE. Bio, fair. 24(25; prime 26 J
28i Java, 37(n)43 J Laguira, 33fi35.
SALT. 7 bus. bbl. $4.00 ; sack, $3.50;
table, 2O40 V wck.
STAR CANDLES. 12 or., boxes, 19; 13
ez. boxes, 22; 14 oz. boxes, 24.
RACON. Hog round 1414J cents.
LARD. 15J cents.
WHISKEY. Common country, $202.50;
Ine Robertson county, $2.75(n)5.00
CHEESE. Western, 10); factory, 181.
RICE. Carolina, 1213c; India, 11$.
SOAP. Bar, 9()10c.
OILS. Coal oil 45(S)50; lard oil, $1.25
1.30; linseed oil, $1.5n(Sll .65.
WHITE LEAD. $184.108.40.206 per keg.
SP'TS TURPENTINE. 70(S 80.
VARNISH Copal, $4; Japan, $2 75.
PUTTY R(i?8jc lb.
WINDOW GLASS 8x10, $0.50 per box;
10x12, 7 50; 12x14, 8 50.
POWDER AND LEAD Rifle powder,
(10 V keg; lead 13c lb.
SHOT $3 50(S)3 75 bag.
CAPS 4.50c $1 dox.
OYSTERS Largo and small cans, $2 00
fi)3 00. Sardines 20(3,22)c. Mackerel
No. 1, $ bbl. $151 j" No. 1, kit, $2.75
BLACKING. 45(3:90. Tar Carolina,
$6 ROfnt 50.
LEATHER Sole, 45(n60c.
IRON AND NAILS Bar Iron, 7c; nails
$5 60(7i)8 50. ROPE 22(V,27c.
N. H. These are the wholesale prices
and include whole packages.
Country Merchants Supplied as
Cbeaply as In Cincinnati or
COULTER & UILLMAN,
Jobbers nnd dcnlors In
O0TS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CARPKTIXGS,
1 'ran Id I u btrect.
Don't fall to look nt our Slock,
anyhow, before purchasing!
April in, IKIIM.
o iridic is i
Corner Main and Madison Streets,
Ho i phi, Tennessee.
N. B. FoniiKsT.
1'kkd. P. Wolcott.
i. L. ClIAI-MAM.
Ihiiam O. IIarhis.
M. .1. Wickj.
(S. V. Ha mi act.
W. II. Pkhiiu'k.
J At). S. W ILK INK.
1). B. IiKncv
N. II. FORREST, President.
ISIIAM (i. IIAItKIS, Vice I'res't.
M. J. Wic ks, Treas. W. A (Jcmii'Mak, 8ec'y.
rHKD. V. Wolcott, Asst wy.
C. L. ltlDDKl.L, Loral Agent,
April 3, 18G8-3m.
Original Attiuhncnts Before S. L.
Uentrj, a Justice of the Peace.
J. J. riilUIt'. ltl.-liniil .stumper.
IVlt K MKV'KN KANT HAVING HKKN AT
ttu'lit'il ly IiIk koihIh nml he futltiiK toni
)u'ar untl ivpU'vy : It l hen'liy unltri'l thai
ItubUi'iitlou In uitido In thi. CliirkNvtlle
hniiil li-, nr Hi.ni r hiIinIii'I in the
tow ii ol t'lHikvllh', for four niuti'hsUp
WeetiM, tinttt' lllic Hilhl llffellihlllt to appear
iM'tore me ill lll tilthtf III tllHtrh-t No. it, 111
tMt Miirt county, Teiini'HM'o, on Hie TA ilay
f .luiie. to ileteml Mild wtioii. or tile
Milne ill bv inoctittctl with vx imrto us to
John Poilley r. ltlelinnl Klnniper.
rMlK.lKKK.MANTII VVINU 1II.KN AT
1 tuelieti liy hl kooiIs 11 ml lie lulling to ep
)M'iiraii(l rt'iiU'vy; it tHlieretiv oritenM Ihut
iiuhllenttou lt iiuoIh In ihe t'hirkHVllle
t'hroiih'U', n iiewHimper punilt.hr. I In th
ttiwn of ClHrkHviUe, for four Hiiee'MHli
W tek, llotlly IllK nxltt ilefeii.liiut o tlplM'lir
tN'iort1 me hi my oltliH. in liiMrtel So. ;1, in
Hlfwai-tcoiiiitytTeuneMOt,oii Him tJth ilny
nf Juiu. . to di l.-iiil Kadi aetloii. or Iho
hiime will U pi'occeileii with ck imrto ua to
liliu. i'liU Juuilaiy 2ii, 1H j
M. 1-. Smith, lit of William Trnliun, vs.
ltli hiiiil Mniupi r.
riMlFliITKXliAXT 1I WIXH HKKX AT
i tac licit hy IiIh hoimIh mill he tallliiii to ap
iH'tir anil renleA : it 1m liei-fhy orleretl that
lilioiieulioii tMt iiiiioo in me i laiKHVIIle
le, n newiiuiper pulillslK'.l In tln
town of rliirkHvillo, l"i- Inur hiie.-.ive
W. i'kH, llotll llltf w.lil llelellilallt 111 IIIOM'lir
iM t.uv me nt iiiy uilUw In UlMi l. l No. A. In
Kh'uiiri e.mniy, 'J eiiucMwe, on iho i!7ili iViy
ol June, In, liiieten.l unlit Mi ll. in. or Hie
Hiiinn w ill ue jtiocevdej w illlex urtu tu lo
8. L. UK.NTKY, J. I'
April 17, tw.
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lll.lllM NIIU I Itlll IIWI 141'U io heme IllWUUK
lucMot Ilie late llrm,
V. (1. HIIANKMV,
April 10, l'JMw.
DlSSIill T10 OK 4 0-1'AHTX KKSItU'.
'PlIKt'lVl'AHTNKlWH IP IlKRKTOKt ilK
I i xlailna muter llio Hnu nf Vallluut ,v
liuder ih iliU tiuv hv muliial cmiM-iit tln-fc-l
l. W. W. alllaiil will eon mine Hie
I'UnIih i, nml iv.sHeiiully ktlleilK eoiilln.
niittiv ol llu piiliMioiae mi HlNnillv exien
il.. I in Hie linn. ilil l It w Slit ul A pill,
AU ll 17, IM lW, ,
Pianos, Organs, School and Mis
ccllancoiis hooks, Mauon
cry, Shoct Music, Peri
odicals, Ylolln and
Gnltar Strings, etc., etc.,
, (Sign of the Gold Pen,)
CLARKSVILLE. - - TENN.
We are ajenl" for the justly celebrated
"WEBER" PIANOS, which are now ac
knowledged by all the First Musicians
of New York nnd the Directors of Conser
Vatorlfl Of Music in New lork nnd
Brooklyn to be the Rest Pianofortes
manufactured. for their irreat Dower, bril
liancy and purity of tono, elasticity of touchj j
and great durability. Wo ul so call intention
to the I'OXiiKK liKliS. riAAUX, wiucu
are manufactured expressly for Southern
markets aud will stand the climate. Tbey
need no liraise aa theie nie over Thirteen
Thousand In asf. They nie mnnufacturell
by one of the largest bouses In New York
aud hare all valuable improvements, Includ
ing the nSTIlffC. By special contract, we
ara enabled to sell Ihem lower than many
other first doss instruments.
AM Pianos delivered at Manufactu
rer's Prices, nnd kept tn Tunc one
year without charge.
We refer all those desirous of knowing
whether we give satisfaction in our sitles to
Rev. J. B. West, Rev. A. D. Soars, Geo. W.
Uillman, Geo. H. Wnrfield and T. D. Scott.
We are agents lor
J. ESTEV JfcCO.'S CELEBRATED TRE
which we sell at FACTORY PRICES.
We call the attention o: Country Mer
chants to our facilities in luruishing them
School Books & Stationery.
J. F. CONOVER will promptly attend to
orders for Piano Tuning, uni guarantees sat
isfaction. We return thanks for the encouragement
received thu3 far, and hope to merit a con
tinuance of the same.
March 20, 1808-tf.
Ll'llTO, BPS. t.
Brushes of all kinds,
Domestic Liquid Dyes,
And all articles neces
sary or useful in the Sicki
We are receiving fresh supplies, every
weak, and prepared to furnish any quan
tities the market may demand,
AT YRKY LOW TRICKS.
We call tbo attention of Contractors
lluilders and Painters, 'o our large stork ol
AV III rr 1-3 1 1-3 1
and Window Ulnss, nnd nil artieles in the
way of Painters' material, which we arc
selling; nt n buall advance on mntimi-
fncturers' prices. Orders from phvuician
liromplly filled, nt the sin of the "Hie.
(iold Pen," Franklin st.,CLAKKSVII.I.E
August 10, 1807-tf.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
If applied for in a very few days, wo will
sell the llelote Property nt a great bargnin.
It is situated on First Cross street, between
Union street nnd the Iiailroad on a beautiful
eminence, comtniimling a fi no view of a
great portion of the city, river, railroad und
surrounding country. It contains 8 rooms
dressing looms and hall, kitchen, smoke
house and wash room, large cUteru in good
repair and n large stable approached through
an alley in the rear of thu lot. The lot is
about half an aero. If sold within the n?xt
ten days, we oiler a limit lllirgaln. such
as should induce any one. to buy.
MAM.O'tV k JONES,
Ileal Kstula Ageuts.
April 3, 18f,8-lf.
Paper- 1 In n (lilts', Slnx
! V., Ai..
W. P. Lindlcy,
DEAI.EIt I.V WALL PAI'EIt, WINDOW
Firo Scrcous, Faints of Eve
ry Description, Windov
Glass, Putty, &c.
Two or three (food workinen wanted.
1'niuts mixed ready for ute.
BflX-Slmp at Fowler's Hull.
Sept. 14. 1800-tf
CT .A HKSVTT.TiK
THE FIRST SESSION or TUB BKC
ONI) SCHOLASTIC YEAIi, will begin
September 2nd 1MU.
The tint year of this Institution the first
ullor the close of Iho war was cniineiiilr
! surcessiui, Having nuiiricautej two bun.
lrnl and twenty three. The rnvuiects of
! 1 . .
the runung year are exceedingly promising.
1 he locution is reinnrknlily healthy j the
coinniunilT hitcHim-nt. toeiul an.t refim.,1
und there is iiHsiviiited with the I'reiidcut.
a corjis of the very best of Teachers.
! Primary Department
1 1'repuriitory Denrliiieiit.,
, 15 00
.. 20 00
,. 2S 00
i o ec ate DelNirtmeiit.
servants atlenlinn 90 00
Ouo half of Umd and tuition In advance.
jos. it. wi:st,
July 20, 180-lf. Clarksville, Tenn.
Tlie uniliiriluiiiil lian li'll niipolnttnl Ad
liuniMlraUir oi 111 eiiiiMii ..n y r, Ikitlrr,
iltH'.vi'.isl. All KriM,iiH luivtna i'IhIiiih
HKulnt tutlit ei(itte ar. tierehy nulltleil io
lllu 111 twine Itli me iieenntlnii t,( In u .
w. A. fi:i I U, Aiui'r.
A pill 10, WIh.
ORE AT EXCITEMENT
JOHNSON VICTORIOUS !
The Effect Felt in
HELMS & JOHNSON
Notwithstanding tho political s'nte of
the eountry, we are receiving and opening
the largest stock of
Staple and Fancy
we have ever brought to 'bis market Our
stock will, In a very short time, be full nud
complete, and consist in part of tho follow
ing articUs :
FANCY AND BLACK SILKS,
roplins, Alpaccas, Bo-
rages, nnd all new
styles of Fancy Dress
riuln, striped and
dotted Swiss; Jacko
ncts, Cambrics, Mull
and Nansook Muslins,
plain and striped; Lin
en Sheetings, Iriiih
Linen, Napkins, Tow
els, Tublo Linon, etc.
We liavo a large lot of
BB0WX AXD BLEACHED MISLIXS,
Bought Before the Rise;
10-4 and 11-4 Bleached
and Brown Sheetings; 4, 5
and C-4 Fillow Muslins;
Irish Linens, 4, 5 nnd C-4
wide ; Dress Trimmings,
Buttons, an everything of
tho kind new; Linen Hand
kerchiefs, Embroidered and
Lace do.; Jackonet and
Swiss Edgings and Inscr
tings; with many other ur
ticlos in this line too te
dious to mention.
Our Stock of
will bo Urge and varied.
cull spcciul nltcnliun to cur
Cloths and Cassimeres
And In fact everything that Is usually sold
iu a first class Wholesale House,
As Low as any other Estab
lishment in the South.
Come aud examine, and if you are not
pleased we will not atk you to buy.
3Ir. .Tolm I. Jlolmw
will remain Id New York for sometime, and
add to the stock every week.
March 6, 1 S
MATTILIi & CO
FrankMn Street, '
Pratlcular Attention Given to
the Purchase and Sale
FRESH ARRIVAL OF .
GBO C 13 H IES,
Consisting as Follows:
Bacon, Cheese, Sugars, Flour, Coffee, Mack
erel, Oysters, Herrings, trackers, Han
dles, Brooms, Buckets, Washboards,
Tubs, Starch, Spices, Ginger,
Indigo, Madder, .Molasses,
Sjrnps, Salt, Field
Which we propose to sell at the lowest Mar
.. ket prices.
Call and see ns, and wo will give yon the
worth of your money, as we intend to help
build op the Grocery trade as it was before
the war, If industry nnd close application to
business will accomplish thid end.
LAi! Goods Must be Pnid In Cash on
aenvery oi me uooai.
JHr trill kerp no Booki and make no ticket I
All Goods will be delivered free of charges
within the limits ot tho corporation.
Of every Kind and Variety at Manu
facturers Trlre with Freight
Xioltl untl Gurtlen Seed
Of every kind.
31. Sc Co.
April 10, 2808-ly.
w. n. nniXGiii'nsT, jb. c. d hell.
BRINGHURST & GO,
(Successors to Bailey, Dringhuul & Co.)
Wbolcsalo and Retail
Aud Dialers in
Virginia Tobacco, Havana Ci
gars, etc., etc..
Corner Market and Franklin-Sts,
We keep constantly on hand a large as
STAPLE AND FANCY
which we are determi&ed to Bell at the
LOWEST MARKET TWCE,
nnd only ask our friends to call
I und examine
BRING nURST it CO,
March 27, 18(!8-tf
A Ilnnklni: Institution, Incorporated
by art of the IfirlNlalore of
TeniifHsro In l)rcrm
Will be opened for business on the 1Mb of
January, 18(18, la the buildiug est side or
tlie 1'ublio Square, one door North of the
Vint National Ilauk. Clarkivllle, Tenu.
This lUnk will deal In Foreign and Do
mestic Hills of Exchange, Gold aod Silver
Uullion, receive denosiu, and oo a general
11. O. KEESEE, President.
J. E. llKOinm-a, Cashier.
Jan. 10 1808-tf
' SAJtt. BROCKMAN'S
CARRIAGE, BUGGY AND WAGON REPOSITORY.
Franklin Street, CLARKSVILLE, TENN.
. 1 would call the attention of my friends and the public to my large stock of Buggy,
Carriage and Wagon work now on band, direct from the factories o( Busbey, Little k Co.
and R. Hayes as Co., Wheeling, Vs., embracing all their various styles, from the finest
Phsrton to skeleton sulky, Including their celebrated New Style Prince Albert Fam
ily BnRgy, which for comfort, ease and convenience, stand at the head of all Buggies,
and their Steel Tire Light work, fur young men, fast driving, etc. I challenge the Buggy
world for its superior. ,
In reference to workmanship, style, guarantee, etc., I will say that I have, during the
Inst sixteen years, sold in Southern Kentucky
tins worn, ana to tnose who nave bought and
city, I would refer yon, being willing that the
understanding, if yon or your friends should buy any of this ork, and by fair umge it
fails to give satisfaction, yon will confer a rpeciul favor on the manufacturers by calling on
me and having It repaired by linker k Bro., of this city, nt their expense, or permit me to
ItKri'Nn TOllS MOSKT CKTIt, TOC ABS BATlsriSO. ,
Prices as low as any first-class work in any
Sole Agent for Southern
P. 8. I wonld caution my friends and the
parlies claiming tn sell this work. The manufacturers hare but one agency for Soothe
Kentucky and Middle Tennessee.
CIGARS MADE TO ORDER
FINE CIGARS, AT NEW YORK PRICES!
1SENSTEIN k DORTCII.
Feb. 7, 1808-ly
I) O. KEESEE JONES D. NEBLETT.
B. 0. KEESEE & CO.,
Anvils and Vices; Bellows, Stocks nnd Dies;
Hammers, Hntchetts and Steel; Hoes, Hinges
and Files; Carpenters', Blacksmiths', Coop
ers' and Shoe Tools; Mill, Circular, Cross
cut and Hand-saws; Axes, Nails nnd Chains;
Knob, Plate and tltin Locks; Sifters. Shov
els and Tacks. Also, a large assortment of
Uuns, Bines and Tistols; Tuble Knives and
Forks; Pocket KniveK; Scissors and Shears,
of every variety,
Frankllu St., CLARKSYILLE, TENN.
Orders solicited and carefully filled.
Terms, (ash. B. 0. K. k CO.
Messrs. En. Turnley, J. D. Nkiilett and
W. J. Ely will be in attendance, and most
cordially invite their friends and the public
generally to give them a call.
Feb 8, 1867-ly
We are still manufacturing for the trade
and to order our fine article of Bulf,
Korhawaya, Light Spring Wagons
and Light Democrat Wagons for Fam
ily UHl'. We do not keep any "imported"
work, but only that made by ourselves. We
ask the public to call and examine our work
and see how it is put together and of what
material it is made, as we use the best stock
and employ the most competent workmen.
Repairing done with neatness and
IiicrmiKM us Clark A Bro., B. F. Mi Kenpre,
Roach A Dick, Caldwell A Co., or Geo. W.
Factory corner Commerce and Third sts.,
BAKER A BRO.
March 13, 1808-3m.
FRECH & COURT,
Sign "Tennessee Iron,"
Are now and will continue to receive du
ring the season, a selected slock of
Landrelh Garden Seed,
Genuine Peruvian Guano,
Baltimore Raw Bone Dusl,
Blue Grass Seed
Loudou Lady Potatoes
AGRICULTURAL AND GARDEN IMPLE
NENTSI UIUM'KRIKH, LEATHER,
IKON, NAILS, SALT, KTO.,
A.1 1..-vt C? ii mIi 1'rlcca.
Feb. T, 1868.3n
VALUABLE FARM fOU SALE.
This Farm lies on Red River, known as
the Sorlblngton Farm, and couiaim
: O A C It 13 H,
150 acres fine Bottom Land
Will be sold on reasonahli terms. Call on
E. Withers for particulars.
K. W. NORTUI.NUTON.
Kept. II, 1861-tf.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, NEATLY
1'riuud aud lor sale at CuuoMtit t'rrics.
and this State, over three hundred jobs of
used it, including the livery men or this
work shall answer for Itself. With this
western ell v.'
Kentucky ivd Middle Tennessee.
public attains! peddlers and irresponsible
NEW COMMISSION II01SE!
T. A. Thomas. J. N. Nxiilktt
Thomas, Neblett &Co.
General Commlxslon Merchants,
(Elder's Block, next to Cookes,)
rVDL IO SQUARE,
WE will open a Commission House as
above, on the 1st day of June, 1867, for the
transaction ot a general Commission business.
Consignments of Country Produce, Gro
ceries, Family and Agricultural supplies so
With small pretensions to becin npon, we
hope to so increase our business as to make it
profitable to ourselves and those consigning
to or purchasing from us.
THOMAS, NEBLETT ft CO.
May 81, 1867 tf.
NOVEMBER 1st, 67J
Five Bbls. Cider Vinegar. ,
Sell cheap to close consignment.
THOMAS, NEBLETT k CO.
WB are now receiving every few days,
good Butter. Hams, dried Beef Tongues,
Bretikrust Bacon and Cheese. For sale cneap,
THOMAS, NEBLETT k CO.
CHOICE FAMILY FL01B.
Clarksville City Mills' Flour.
Excelsior (New York) "
At market prices (delivered). '
THOMAS, NEBLETT A CO."
5 bbls. Lard, also Lard in Stands and In
quantities to suit.
Candles iu , J and Whole Boxes.
THOMAS, NEBLETT k CO.,
Oysters and Fish.
A good supply ot Cove Oysiers.
Mackerel No. 1, 2 and 3 in Kits.
" in half and Whole Bbls.
Pickerel and White FUh. Sardines.
THOMAS, NEBLETT k CO,
Cap, Nolo and Letter Paper,
Legal Cap and Record Paper.
Envelopes (assorted). Will sell cheap to
THOMAS, NEBLETT k CO.
A FRESH SI PI'LY OF
Suprnrs, Coffee, Chewing Tobacco, Scotch
SniitT, Starch Wrapping Paper, Eagle
Syrtio, Buckets, Brooms, Blacking,
Nails, Tea, Shot, Mustard,
Cheese, Matches, Patent
Churns, Soap, Rope,
Bed Cords, Ac.
Trade of Merchants and Familiej Solicited.
THOMAS, NEBLETT & CO.,
Public Square, Clarksville, Tenn,
FOX & SMITH,
Iron, Guns and Wagon Timbers,
SIGN OF BIG PADLOCK,
1VEEP ON HAND A FULL STOCK OF
Carpenters' Tools, Coo rs' T o
Axes. Chains. Hoes, Collars, Hamcs,
Locks, Hinges and Screws,
Hammers, Augurs, Chisels,
Saws, Co ITeo Mills, Cut
(on Cards, Grind
Spades, Forks and Mattocks,
Iron and Steel.
WAGOX AM) LUGGY HUBS,
SPOKES AXD FELLOES,
DOl'HLK A Jill SINGLE GINS,
PISTuLS, POWDER, SHOT, LEAD AND
CAPS, POCKET KNIVES, (fine and com.
mon), KNIVES AND FORKS, SPOONS,
and a full line of
All of which we aro anxious to sell, aud
will sell right.
Sept. 27, 1867.
BOOKS ! BOOKS ! !
F. M. DOUGHERTY'S
I would call the attention of the public gen
erally, to my stock or Books, Ac,
just (itirchascd, via:
I will sell as low aa anybody In the State
Cash fald fur ItHH.
F. M. DOl'GHEBTT.
Franklin Street. Opposltt Ine Court
Nov. 2?, 1(07 If.
, (FORMERLY MOORE'S HOTEL) .
CLARKSVILLE, - TENN.
tlavlng taken charge of this House and
refurnished It throughout with new furni
ture, I am now prepared to accommodate
regnlar boarders and transient guests la as
good style as any in the Htnto.
Attached to the House, is a fine
spplied with elegant bibles and furniture
and will be kept by an attentive aid accom
Thero is also adjoining the omoe of the
that cannot be surpas,ed in point of neat
ness by any institution of the Rind in the
country, which will at all times be supplied
with the most choice Liquors, Wines and Se-
gars. 1 lie
which will be waited on by experienced and
attentive barbers, is wtll fitted tip with all
furniture appertaining to a first class Barber
Prices will be as low as any other bouse
of the snme class. A portion of the (mblic
patronage is respectfully solicited.
CLAY ROBERTS, Proprietor.
Feb. 28, '08-lf.
NEW PROVIDENCE, TENN.
TIII3 BANK BUYS AND SELLS EX
CHANGE ON N. YORK, LOtjisVILLE,
CINCINNATI A NEW
Also, bnya and sells Gold and Sllrer
and all kinds of I'ncnrrent Mon
ey, and receives Money on
And makes liberal Cash Advar ces on To
bacco and Flour for sale here or shipment
T. F. TETTCS, President. -
DRUGS AND DYESTTJFFS
S. B. STEWART,
PUBLIC SQUARE, CLARKSVILLE,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Toilet
and Fancy Articles, Dyestuffs,
Palms, Oils, Tarnishes, Win
dow Glass, Potty, Brush
es, Pnre Vines and
Medicines warranted of the best quality.
All will be sold at the lowest prices for cash
Special attention given to the compound
ing or l'hvsicians prescriptions.
S. B. STEWART,
Feb. 7, 1868-!y
O. V. ROTH, Aff't
(Successor to J. V. Mrhlhope & Co.,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
1.1 ALU KINDS or
Confcctionartts, Foreign and Domestic
Liquort, lf'ijica, Fruit and Kult.
Having returned to Clarksville for the pur
pose of resuming my old occupation as Gro
cer, I would solicit from the citizens and sur
rounding country a share of patronage.
I will keep a full assortment of evety art
cle in my ln.e, and am determined to sell at
the lowest CASH PRICES. Highest prices
I am also Agent for the sale of
Wilson Pitt's Celebrated Whiskey!
U. A. UU1II, Agent.
lap. 26, 1808-tK
FRESH DRUGS! NEW DKl OS ! !
Having purchased the well selected stock of
WEST k HEWLETT, and added thereto
I am now prepared to offer, at their stand
every thing usually kept In our line, of
THE PUREST ARTICLE
G 13 IV U.I ISM I3II-A.N1,
Consisting In part of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs,
Window Glass, Glass-ware,
Fancy Articles, Perfumery,
Patent Jfculicines, Wines and
Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Teas,
4c, Ac, c.
Which I am determined to sell as cheap
as any house In the West, and asur
all thut I will give satisfaction, both In nrice
aud quulity. We will sell, iuvariubly,
In its strictest sense, which will enable us to
sell ut OIli:Al IMilCKM.
THE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
Will be attended lo by Mr, L. R. Cooper. one
of the best and mist experienced piescrip.
tionists,'and nothing will be compounded but
THE VERY BEST AETICLES.
Phrsicians aud countrv merchants arMm.
invited to GIVK US A CALL, before
purchasing elsewhere.- We will sell you
good articles at low prices.
tarMgu ol toe Mortar over the door,
THOMAS FIX LET.
Jan. 4, 1866-ly.
CHAS. 0. SHANKLIN,
WaoLIUH AND tCTilL
April 17, lK-tr.
Coal Tar and Coke!
For Sale at the CAS W0BKS,
Clarltaewtlle, - Tenn.
April P. I T
We don't want to waste anr words ahnnt
the extent or perfect tuorlmmt of our Stock
of Goods. The merest superficial glance of
our kind patrons, who favor us with a visit,
win suuice io convince Uie Dioet skeptical
that our slock is the most fomulrtn in this
section, containing everything iu the differ.
em orancues oi s
Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnish
ins Goods, Boots, Shoes,
Thnt can possibly be asked for.
We have purchased direct from the vari
ous Mnnufiirtnrem, for fash, thereby
oirtaininu our Uoots at Bottom figures.
This enables us to sell at the very Lon est
Our exp-rience during the Dost Sixteen
ears and the knowledge of the wants of
his market, encourage us to hope for. and
solicit, your generous patronage.
we sell pnnls from lOr. npj crash UJc.
Towels 20e. and npj Bleached and Brown
Cottons 12 Jc. and up, and all other articles
n like prniortion.
Tbankinir you for the kind natmnnirn
herelofoie extended to us, we shall endeavor
ny strict ano: prompt attention to merit a
continuance of the same.
, BL0C1I BROS.
March 20, 1808-tf.
W. M. TANDY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
o o ox !
HAVING PROCURED TnE WELL
KNOWN GROCERY STAND, former!
occupied by Lewis k Glass, and known aa
the "House Stand," wonld respectfully In
form the trade that he will keep a
General Stock of Groceries',
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WE call the special attention of Merchants
to our stock of Staples which we are deter
mined to sell at such protits as will make It
tu tneir Interest lo give us a call before golug
We will give special i.ttcntion to nil con
signments to our care.
IV. M. TAXDT.
HAVING SECURED THE SOLE AGEN
CY" FOR THE SALE OF
Tennessee Charcoal Iron,
I am prepared to fill orders for all fcli.es of
the above Iron, at manufacturer's prices, i
also hare a large lot of their B Iron, which
I will sell at Pittsburg Iron Prices ii this
market, which will be found superior to
Pittsburg Iron In quality. Liberal discouts
will be given to dealers
W. St. TANDY.
Feb. 2, 1867 tf.
D. M. Ql'AKLES, Principal.
This School will open on the second Mon
day In Kebrnaiy, 1868, and will close Its
first term nt the end of Twenty weeks. The
Principal is a graduate of the University of
Virginia, and has made teaching his busincaa,
exclusively, since leaving that Institution
some Thirteen yenri ago both in Virginia
and at his residence in this Stite, Notting
. The object aimed at hy the Principal, will
ha to prepaie young men to enter the Uni
versity of Virginia, or any other College, or
fit them for the buineas of life. The courso
of instruction will he modelled after that at
the University of Virginia, and, ns far ai
practicable, the same book will be used.
Feet per Trim of 20 Weeki In Advance.
English and Primary course in Math
ematics $20 00
English and Advanced course in
Malhemutics 23 00
Languages, each one dollar per month extra.
D. M. (JUAIILKS.
Jan. 17, 18C8-tf.
ST. 101IS MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company.
HAVING accepted the Local Agency or
Iho above Company, I take this method or
informing my friemisntid acquaintances gen
erally that I will give especial attention to
the taking of risks and otherwise represent
ing the interests of the above well known
It is an undeniable fact that it Is the duly
of every mau to make some
PROVISION F0K HIS FA MILT
(and rscially bis "little ones"), iu event
of his death.
Fully convinced of the stability of this
Company, and their liberal aud eqiiitablu
manner of doing business, I cheerfully rec
ommend an investigation of its different
plans before Insuring elsewhere.
J. L. YATES, Local Agent.
Dr. W. SI FINLEY. Eiauiiuiuir Physi
O. L. RIDDELL, Gen. Ae't for Keututk
Quarles k Rice, Attorneys at Law.
II. C. Merrit, " "
U. O. Keesee, Pi est Montgomery Savings
S. B. Heat.
W. P. Hume, Cashier First National Bank.
Helms Johnson, Merchant.
Jou. 17, lsea-tf.
Nashville, Cairo and New Oilcans
r"--'-3r Wiliv BlMMa, Master, Johnk
lUarsa, Clerk. Leave Clarksville for Cairo
every Friday, at 8 a. at. leave Clarksville
ror .Vesuvine every Tuesday, at a r. u.
P. A. BYRNE, Agent,
Nashville, Cairo and New Orleans
Leaves Clarksville for Cairo e.
try bundjr, 8 a. M.; leaves Clarksville fof
Nashville every luursduy, 1 p. M.
P. A. BYRNE, Agent.
Nashville, Cairo, and New Orleans
Vh'-vt Tom. Hums, Master, Wash.
Wk4tt, Clerk. Leaves Chuksvllla lor
Cairo every Wtdneaday, a. M.; leaves
Clarksville for Nashville ever Buodsy, I p.
m. P. A. BYRNE. AKeak
Feb. 14, 1868 8a.
Hopkinsvilla Conservative and Russell.
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