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THE C IIRONICLE
J S. NEBLETT,
J. A. GRANT,
BATM or ADVKKTMINO. .
One dollar por aqnnre of ten lino or lew.
I,ARK8V1LLE, FRIUAY, MAY 8, INHS.
RAILROAD TIMK TABLE. -Trains
South, 3.85 A. M. mid 6.1S P. u. Train North
8.45 A. M. and 7.00 p. M.
U01.D closed at in New York, on the
6th Inst. Cotton aiJjrjMo for nililillliig up
Divine Sek vice. Elder Jacob
Crkatii will preach to-nl-rht (8th)
and Lord's Day at the Chrlntiun
church. Oo anil hear an able man,
. Bishop Cummins, of Kentucky,
will preach and aduiinittter the rite of
confirmation at the Episcopal Church
on Monday next, 11th Inst.
Installation of Tastob. We
are requested to state that Kcv. D.
Owen Davits will bo Installed Pastor
of Cluiksvlllo rresbyterlan church,
next Sabbath morning, service be-
ginning at lmlf past 10 o'clock. Rev,
Mown, lloyt, Boudeaud Kosserwill,
by appoint men t of rresbytery, per
form the several parts of the iuatulla
tlon service. : '
There will be service every night,
nntil further notice, commencing to
morrow (Saturday) night at 8 o'clock.
All are invited to attend.
' - The Fair Pamphlet. All who
Intend to Insert advert isements In the
forthcoming pamphlet for the Fair,
will please send them In immediately
ho that all Will be served and no delay
made In the work. -
Auvkktisixo Hates. See first
page for our printed rates of advertis
ing. Parties at a distance, wishing to
advertise, can refer to It and see what
tho cost will be before sending us their
Mrste. We are indebted to Con
over Bros., Booksellers aud Stationers,
on Frankliu street, for copies of sheet
7uusle entitled "Old Stonewall," and
K. K. It Midnight's Roll Call."
Notice. If this should meet the
eye of Benjamin P. Illnch or Robert
Hiuch, they will confer a favor by
giving their Post Ofllco address, by
directing same to Chronicle olTlce,
Sahbatit School Celebration
The annual celebration of the M. E
Habbath School, which was to have
taken place at Henry's Grove, in this
city, to-morrow, has bcou postponed
until the luth Inst.
Bishop II. N. McTyeire will de
liver tho annual address, on the 10th
of June, ls fore the Rhetorical Society
of Andrew Collego, lu Trenton, Tenn.
: Religious. Our exchanges arc
publishing accounts of religious revi
vals throughout the country.
MemokialDay. The 10th instant
has been selected by the ladies of
Nashville and Middle Tennessee gen
erally, as a memorial day, on which
to decorate with flowers tho graves of
the Confederate dead. Tho 10th is
itlso the anniversary of the death of
The "Uth ult. was tho time hereto
fore fixed for that Itouutlful exhibition
of afTcction for the dead heroes of the
"lost cause," and on that day, as wo
understand, tho ladies of tills place
paid their tribute of affectionate re
membiaiico to the fallen victims of a
brutal war. The weather u bud,
and in the absence of a report, wo cun
give no particulars.
Cor nt Y Commissioners. Judge
Shackelford has refused to grant the
injunction filed by tho County Court
of Davidson, against tho Commiss
ioners. Straus vs. Weil. This caso has at
last been decided by tho Supreme
Court. This court sustaiund the de
cision of the Circuit court at this
lU'.vi'KK Xh.mioi.son, the able and
tuergetie editor of tho ihUumhin
(Tenn.) llvrahi, bus retired from the
editorial control of that excellent Jour
nal, aud Itccomo editor of an agricul
tural Journal, published in Columbia,
utitlcd The Iixic J-Urmcr,
Villi Supreme Court of Tennessee
has grunted a writ of supersedeas in the
Memphis Avafanchr case, and has or
dered Judge Hunter to send up the
puj era lu the i-uso.
Smashed. A portion of the loft In
the roar of Caldwell A Co.' livery
t-tal 1 fell in, last Monday night, and
smashed up Capt. Brown's buggy.
Tho Capt. will favor reconstruction
now, more than ever particularly of
ronS.u.K. The two cottage houses
on Seventh Cross street, known a-s'ajrvnt. ftt W. at. Tandy's grocery
the Gardiner Cottages, are for salo. I
IMmtrltiil'ii luuin tstii,i'i it.l lit ai-nou
particular, and are comfortable cot-
tago homes for small families. Fori
terms, see advertisement or apply to ,
C. H. Jones.
PisAri-KAiuxu vkhv ast. 1 no .
luro ami fle-runt stock of dry gtsjils H),i having such shljinu-nts to
jvoontly bought by Courts A Deiiu- nuiko would ilo wi-11 to try tills house,
mont, is ls'lnu; tllstrihutetl to the lub- pnviil lLutaVn, lok.rvtdly kuown in
lie very rllly. Henry will have to this section, well Mteml to all eoii
po east for nnolhoT sIukIiik biil sism. 'siguuioiiU in person.
4?han(iki) Hands. Several vn-
eft nt hits in tho city huvo chan-reil
iiwiicrs lately. Wt hojn' the purehas-
cr will put np neat, comfortable
house to rent. There Is a demand
for such, nin) we think the Invest-
lucnt would pity.
TtEV. J. T. I'.VMi-viT.i., of Nash-'
Vllle, dll lu that eily 1. 11 tliefiih lii-it.
Marriage undei DirncuwiKs.
Mr. J. W. Roach, of Louisville, and
Miss Emma W. Chambers, of Chris
tian county, Ky., were married at the
Henry House, in this city, on the eve
ning of the 5th Inst., by Rev. J. D,
Chambers, the futhcr of the bride
We learn from tho parties themselves
that they are first cousins, and that
during a recent session of the Legis
lature of Kentucky a bill was Intro
duced, Tind probably passed, prohibit
ing tho marringe of cousins. The
marriage agreement had been entered
into by these parties before their
knowledge of such a law, and having
no disposition whatever to violate the
"marriage agreement," the bride
groom consulted a number of the lo-
gal profession of his State In regard I nibt of th xnnce. The roots are as
fntl.nlnnf hut . .!:.. i... ,followst Mm. Harrison arrived at the
opinion In regard to Its legality, and
finally the happy pair determined to
have tho ceremony performed in "free
Tennessee." The bride and groom
left on tho 7 p. M. train for Louisville.
May the choicest blessings of Heaven
rest upon them, and may they live a
long, happy and prosperous life.
Advances in Freights. We
learn that the rate of freight from this
city to New York has been advanced
from fifty to seventy-five cenU per
hundred pounds on tobacco. Shippers,
however, are not disposed to make
shipments at this price, and there Is
consequently very little beingshlpped.
Frank Hundley, Esq- of the Blue
Line, has gone to'Calro, and we may
look for a settlement of the difficulty
as soon as he returns. The agents
contend that tho net cost of shipping
from hero to New York is seventy
two cents, notwithstanding the rate
has been as low as fifty cents for the
post ten days.
Change op Firm. Valllaut A
Lander have dissolved partnership,
Mr. Lander retiring from the firm.
Capt. Valllant still holds forth at tho
same stand, and has a large and well
selected stock of boots, shoes, notions,
etc. Tho greater part of his boots
and shoes are custom made work, put
up out of the best material. This Is
an exclusively boot aud shoe estab
lish m en t and desrves to be sustained.
iNnisrosKD. We learn that our
friend, C. O. Faxon, editor of tho
Louisvlllo Courier, has been laboring
under an attack of hemorrhage of the
lungs for several days, but on Monday
ast he was quiet and much improved.
Keep kicking, Charley, we can't
spare you just at this time.
Mn. B. F. Coulter, of the Ann of
Coulter A Hillman, has gone east for
their second stock of Spring and Sum
mer goods. Such evidences of grow
ing trade are healthy signs for Clarks
vlHe, and speak well for the business
enterprise and energy of her mer-
hants, among whom Messrs. C. A H.
occupy a high place.
Advertising Patron acje. We
copy the following from an exchange.
It Is short and to the point ; read it :
In a general 'ii. the effort nn the nort
of any inert-hunt to got trade w ithout nd
vcrtNIng Im a wrong lo oilier Imslni-ss nun
In tlin pluce. Wlmtliera limn believes In
RilvertiMiig or not, he will coincide t lint t lie
ncwKimuerH are u great iieiii to the place,
uhdthat bUNineHN amounts to very little lu
lueeH Unit iuiii t HuiMort one or tuoro of
hem. AliMenee of newHimiieri 1m a bad
lull for a place, in a bushier point of view.
an iihMenco of rliuivbi-s Ik In moral, of
srhool holmes In education. The men who
support Hie village ai-r lo more to build
up the pl un, and lualie it roH-rouH. und
draw Irade ihere than nil other innueiteeH
combined. Therefore, tho man who trli-s
to i-oiiim In und take the benefits of that
protpertly, without contributing to NUHttitn
It, tries lo "dead head" on tho rest of the
bustnuKH men, und docs tliem a wrong.
John Massie, lato of the firm of
Masuie & Co., has takon a position In
the dry goods house of W. Broaddus
& Co. John has much experience as
a elerkthls, added to his many good
qimliticsof head und heart, will make
him a vuluuble auxiliary to any busi
There Is but one thing wanting to enable
our Hlate to take rnnlt nninng (lie first lu
the I'nlou iiidiiMlriou. enterprising men.
The people of Arkansas arc anxious that
such should come among them, and oiler
every encouragement Unit their own Im
poverished means will admit. The onlv
druwlmck to raupid and healthful develop
ment of our resources is the unsettled con
dition of political utthlrs, IN-rmaueucy is
w hat we want. IMttc Jim-It tituctte.
The iiImivc Is applloable to ourStute
of Tennessee. If tho political atlUirs
of our section were all right, industri
ous and enterprising men would seek
our fertile lands and becoino perma
nent citizens. Hope the day is not
distuut,wheu tho needed chungo to
bring about this state of things will lie
New Book. A Constitutional
View of the War between the States,"
by A. H. Stephens. J. W. Dorris, at
the Post Office, Is agent. Cull and
suliscribe for a copy.
SEE card of R. K. Woods, In refer
ence to the St. I mollis Mutual Life In
surance Company, of which Yates &
ltlddcll are agent", in tills city. Mr.
Woods' curd suys all that need Iwsaid
concerning the character und reliabil
try of this Coenimnv. Call on the
btoic, and aVcutv policies,
D. P. Ha.Idn& Co. This firm is
engaged in tho Wholesale Grocery
and Commission business, at No. ihr;
Front st., Memphis, Tenn,
They give 1
uiwieiiii uiiuutiiiii f.i fviiiMiunniiiiiia or
. . . m 1
l '-- - - pi --
Hour, jnoul. bueoa, lunl, etc.
Jimmy Mokkissky hits oj-enwl a
drtstry ami Vegetable Store, umler
Mi liJln A llailey's old stand, where
he intends keeping a retfiilar supply
f frch veget allies of all kinds. This
v ill K. k pudlie convenience, and
jsluiuldUiliU rttlly putroniiK'U.
1apkii neck ties me iuoa the
tivelttiv f.f tlie atri-. n
Th Henry llanm Woman Affair.'
Tills dirty little iTr, which oocurrtxt at
the Henry House In tlila city, mora than
ton days since, and which came to onr
knowledge within a Very few minute af
ter 1U occurrence, haa Just commcnoed to
be published as a "sensation article" In
some of our exchanges. We were Inform
ed of the full and correct particulars of the
aOlilr, immediately after its occurrence,
but soon sotlnfled oursel ve, that tlte publl.
cation of the facts would be more appro
priate in the Police Uasctto, or Last Sensa
tion, than In a rcspoctuble Journal. 81 nee,
however, one of the Louisville, and one or
two of the Nashville paper have mention
ed the matter, and ahow It op In a very
erroneous light, we are constrained to give
tho facta Just as they occurred.. All parties
concerned In the matter are total strangers
to us, and we have no recollection of ever
having seen or heard anything of either of
thi-tn, nntil their debut in our city, on the
Henry House on Tuesday the 2Sth of A prll,
and was met by the proprietor, who assign
ed her to room 19. O. B. Woodcock had
boen a gncst of the house for two of throe
day, and we suppose had never seen Mrs.
Harrison until that evening, when he sat
opposite to her at the supper table. About
11 o'clock at night he wrote her a note
stating that he was a friend and would like
to call on her. She directed the porter of
the Hotel to bring npher trunk, whlchjiad
been left in the office, and that she would
have an answer to the note ready for him.
The porter carried up the trunk and wn
handed the answer, written op the back of
Woodcock's note, "If you have any busi
ness with me, come up." He soon knocked
at the door and received the welcome salu
tation of "come in." Upon opening the
door, she Inquired of him his business, and
upon being told that he desired to come in
the room, she drew a pistol and attempted
to fire at him, but the pistol snapped, and
he horridly run down stair aud left the
Hotel. A day or two after this occurrence,
a gentleman arrived at the same Hotel, and
registered himself Pluires Bell, Memphis,
Tenn., whose business appenrs to be selling
a recipe for making soap, at a cost of one
cent per pound. A soon as he arrived at
the Hotel, he inquired for Mrs. Harrison,
after seeing her, called on the proprietor to
get the particulars of the affair, which was
given to him, and lie remarked that he
was engaged to be married to her, and con
sidered her under hi protection, and would
avenge the Insult.
During the next day they called on Gen
W. A. Quarto and employed him to com
mence an action against Woodcock for
damages, and attached a barge load of coal
that he has at our wharf. The matter cre
ated but little sensation at the Hotel and
but few persons knew anything about It
until the suit was commenced.
While we are not acquainted with any of
the parties and do not know the moral
standing of either of them, and If we did
would not express any opinion on the mer'
Its of the cose, as It Is soon to uudergo a Jui
dlcial Investigation, we will say that the
public mind does not Justify Woodcock, yot
It Is strongly Impregnated with the Idea that
there is an attempt to levy "black mall.
Circuit Coubt convened last
Monday, and the State docket was
taken up but little was done, and the
Court adjourned to meet next Mon
day, the time for the regular tenn.
Several important cases are to he tried,
among which are those of Hennehan
TO OCR HEADER.
We Intend, in future, to publish the time
of meeting of creditors of all bankrupts
which arc to meet at this place, also give a
synopsis of soles by the clerks and sheriff
of this eonnty, so as to keep our subscribers
posted in reference to theso matters:
Mkf.tino of CnF.ntTOits. J. Jav Buck.
Register In Bankruptcy, advertises to hold
meetingsof creditors us follows:
AT t'I.ABKSvn.i.E. May II J. W. Single
ton, J. T. Carter, I. H. Porter. J. B. Dortch,
A. A It. Kldrldge K. It. W. Thomas. W. ;.
Harelson, Alfred Links, Win. B. Foster,
.1. M. Hull, .1. H. Weaks, J. W. New-herrv,
li. Plosser, Win. Hichurdson, M. A. Foster,
Tho. Mills, W. 11. Hettlo, 11, W. H. Nicks.
May Hi. ,t. i. W. F.vuns, H. O. W. llrun
don, W. H. Fowlkes, K. P. Orny, A. P.
Nicks, E. lieaumout, U. C. Breed, (Jeo. O.
June 1. R. C. Schllch. .T. B. Halvard. .To.
C. Uold, C. tiold, .1. F. Johusou, M. Multlll.
Cocntv ri.KRK.s Orrirn 1
C Xauksvillk, May 6, 1808.
By net of the legislature of Tennessee,
passed March 1 nil, 1HH8, I hereby notify all
Merchants, Brokers of Heal F.state, Agents
for Item, of Houses, Hotel or Tavern Keep
ers, Livery Ktable Proprietors, Inn Koepi-rs,
Owners of Stables. Omnibus or Drnv own.
ers, (or Individuals running the same for
Pay,' owners, nf liark-t, carriages, eblcles.
i-.xprcss w agons, i-nrts, or nny nerson en
gaged in transferring. Horse, .Mnle,'.ittle,
Slieepanil Hog Dealers, vhosj Imslnesn is
Inlying anilHelling; llrewers. I'awnbrokerH,
'liilm Agents, Intelllguiico Olllt-e Ki-epers,
llnteliers, Ijiwvers who have iiracticral five
years. riiyHiclans, lientlsts, HurgfMns, Ar
t'lvll Knglneers, Telegraph and
l-.xprcss t rim
m panics. lliunlers.U:u,l-'ittprs.
I'eilillers, ami nil otliers coming umler I hi-
provisions of wild set. to call tmnicdtntelv
and procure a Uocnse for exercising saiil
rivilcgc, iiml aviill the penult ii Imposed
ij' law in case of failure.
1'KTKR ONEAI,, Oik.
O. R. Harris. RlierltT, wlllsell tbepersonnl
pniMrly of J. V. ljulil, oil tho Wli Inst., on
Also, In tlieensoof O. p. Martin et als. vs.
Hank of Tennessis-, he will sell, on the Dutn
Inst., a tract of luiul, tlm proortv of (1. 1).
Martin, lying three miles from ClarksvlHe
on the Cumberland river.
Jones i. N'eblett, Assignee, will sell, on
the ltli Inst., in tills city, for CiiKii, all the
assets of Jo. T. Johnson, nlso his undivided
interest of Johnson, Uurlu A Vo.
l'cter On en I, clerk, In the case of A. H.
Maxey and wife vs. Conlella P. liallev, will
sell, on the 1st. of June, the house niul lot on
Main-nnd Kino streets. Terms SUM cash,
balance In 1 mid ij years with interest.
ClarksTille Tobaeeo Market.
CLAHKSVII.I.B, TKS!., May S, 1N0S
Sales at the Exchange by Harhison a
HllKi.uv, for the week Tiding May 1st, '(IS,
of 120 Illlds. at tho following prices!
40 11 hits. Uood to Kino fill II), 18 All, in SO
1H 2ll, Hi 1U, ill Ul, 1(1 (HI, I.) Wl, ,1 ul li Oil, H IK),
2 at li tm, :i at it .'), ll M, 2 nt u in, i ut linn,
:t Mil. 1.1 70. 1:1 7t, Sat 1.H HO, 2 at 1.1 .V), X ut 13 4U,
i at l l .'). at li i 1.1 ai, :l in, i at I I no.
40 Minis. Medium Leaf li hi. It Nil, S at
12 so, I2 7i, 12 70, 12 ill), 2 at 12 3U, 12 40, 12 2V
4 al 12 20, 2 st 12 no, 11 HO, Sat 11 Sn, 11 T.i, 2 at
11 70, 2 at 11 :o, II y, 4 at II III, 2 at 11 00,
10 70, 10 M, 10 :u, 10 i 10 00, ill .
10 HIiiIh. Low l-:if-!l n"i. V U), 9 80, t SO,
9 SO, M 75, M, 9 M 20, 10.
;m ilhils. i.ugs t s 211, in. t so, s so,
W), 7 40, 0 , 7 7s 8 2. 6 ill), H 10, A 10, ii,
5 (HI, S Ml, 7 10, 9 10, 3 40, & III, 6 IK), 8 20, 0 So.
8 Ul, 7 Hi, 7 40, S DO, 4 20, N WO, 6 W.
Bule Tuesday and Friday.
n.AUKsvii.i.K, Tenn., May I, IMS.
Sale by hmith a Ili'Tcnisiis, at the Kx
cliange, of l.rJ Ilhils. (To1hicco, for the
week ending May 1st ISUS, at the following
S at fin in, n Oft, 3 at 14 SO, 14 20, 2 at 1.1 ft,
4 hi l.'lso, 11 7 2 ill III), 4 al n.m, II 10, Sat
11 .11, 2 at 12 70, S at 12 jo, S at 12 i". 2 at 12 00,
4 at 11 Hn, ul II HO, II 70, 2 st 11 HO, II Mi,
11 ml il u II M III UK tllUak ... Ill U.I .1 ... li,
ut io lo k' lo.vi,' 2 nt lu 2, 2 ut'lo 10, s at
111 111 A 111 U 111 Ml H Ml H 7.1 II II i a 'jn
i . -.. . . '.. . :r'.r ..' " T'
V ill. 8 III. S SO. S 7'i. 2 at S SO. H All. S 00.
' ' 1 -sj, n ai t 40. 3 ui 7 .hi, 4 hi 7 i
1 mi, 7 111, 7 iio, n ai 7 40. a ui 7 ), 4 hi 7 a,
ut T 10, 4 ul 7 ml, S at 6 Hf. 2 ul S Do, S so, 2 at
S 70, 2 at 6 00, 2 nt S .", Said to, li at M. 3
al vt, 10, 11 mi, .1 70, 6 no, s at 600, a 2o, 6 10,
4 1)0, 4 7j, 4 26, 4 00, S 00.
rtAHKSvii.t., Tkmji., May S, lsil, I
Pule by Ti Hsi.tr a WrriisHs, at the
KxclmniiK.iin Tueialuy lust, of St) Ululs. at tbe .
SIS AO. Ill 40, IS 20, 1' i li 20, 14 70, 14 10,
5 ul 11 Oil. IS 7i, a at I I ot 12 id), 12 so, 2 si
12 40, 11 o u no. 2 nt 11 AO, 10 TV a at loso,1
10 V). 10 IS), V Hi. 2 at V 1A), S MO, 2 ( W AO, ,
u's uo, i, i 40, N 20, S is a 20, 7 1 uu, 1
T 4il, 2 ul 7 4 1, S i, S 7's 6 70, 4 al M, 4 4U,
is I ai uu, a s a iu. a vu.
Ontlieiotli ull.,lv Kcv. K. Mullnrv, Mr.
Wm. K. Kkvmh.iui In Mjs N. K. lA',of
.""""f""""' 11 ""
T(i river continues to full, with 13 feel
on Harpoth shoal.
Business on the wharf quite brisk for the
All of our patikeut have been on time',
loaded with freight and full of passenger.
There ha been some complaint on the
part of our tobacconists, who ship to New
Orleans, that tholr freight have been ship
ped on the barge line from Cairo. This dif
ficulty ha been obviatod by the Cairo pack
ets making a pormanent arrangement with
the Mississippi 8 team Hhip Company to
take their freights to Now Orleans. This
arrangement secure to onr shippers the
certainty of their tobacco going forward
from Cairo on such boats as the Richmond,
ltobt. K. Ine, Dexter and Ruth. Remember
the Nashville and Cairo packet Company,
and ship your tobacco by them.
The steamer Mayflower, a large side wheel
steamer passed np Wednesday night. We
learn that Ben. Egan Is In her office, This
fact of itself will secure hor a full share of
patronage. Bhe Is a full six hundred ton
boat, splendidly arranged for the comfort
of the traveling public Ben. proposes to
make two trips per week. If he does this,
we feel sure bis venture In the Mayflower
will be a success. .
The EvansvlIIe and Nashville; packet
Fanny Brandies passed np Thursday, Har
vey Miller, her worthy commander, say
It pay. We hope it does Harvey, but we
can't see how it doe td go to Nashville
with twenty-five hnlesof hay. We suggest
you make ClarksvlHe your terminus.
The steamer Nashvlllo for Cairo will
leave our wharf this morning at s o'clock.
We fear she will get a grave yard trip, ns
the Blue Line has withdrawn from the
market. W. It. Urnaey is the clerk of tills
most excellent boat, (live her a trial.
Hates or freight to New Orleans, Hi per
Illlds. for Tobacco. To New York, nil rail,
I) cents. To New York, river und rail 7Scls.
No Ci'Ri No Pat. Forrest' Juniper
Tar ii .warranted to cure Cough Cold,
Hoarseness, Croup, Throat and Lung Disra-
es, or the price positively refunded. In-
ttantaneeiu rtUtf proauctd. Try it; if not
satisBed, return the' empty bottles and get
your money back.
sold wholesale and retail, by
8. B. Stiwart.
Price, 35 cents per bottle.
Jan. 81, 1868-6m
' Wanted To Bay Wool. For terms
and price apply to
COULTER & HILLMAN.
Beert Been I Not the same beef of the
ancient Scotchman, 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 eblcken eoop, ev
ery market morning. When you come to
market call at my stall and supply your
selves with something that will do to ohaw.
April 84, 18K8-1V.
A New Hook. A Constitutional View
of the War bctweon the (state. It Causes,
Character, Conduct and Results, by Hon. A.
H. Stephens, Vice President of the lato
J AS. W. DORRIS, Agt.
May 1, 1808-lm.
Mrs. William Koscnfleld has
removed bcr s'cre two door above her
old stand, on Franklin street, and is now
receiving her Spring and Summer Goods,
which are of the very latest fashions, con
sisting in part of Bonnets, Hat,' French
Flowers, Dress T.immings, Fancy Goods,
The ladies of Clarkwillo and vicinity are
respectfully invited to call and examine my
stock before purchasing, as I feel sure that
I can make it to their advantaze.
Dress-making doue lo order, on the short
est notice. -
March 27, 18G8-.1m. 'I
JOHN W. FAXON,
At the Northern liank of Tennessee, is the
authorized Agent for
DrBow'sKevlewj Kashrille Banner;
NasbTille I'nlon & Dispatch; Xash
vllle Gazette; Loulivllle Courier and
Subscriptions forwarded free of charge
when accompanied hy the Cut hi
Clarksville, Tenn., Dec. 6, 18G7-Gm.
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
Frobe & Dodley't Va. Carriage and Buggy
work is sold at low at any firtl-clati work
sold only by E. S. BMNGUURST CO.
March 13, 18G8-2m.
We would rc9K?ctfully suggest to all those
who contemplate having anything done in
our line of business this spring, that now is
the time to make your contracts. You will
see by the market quotations that Painter's
Materials are advancing in prices.
We hare purchased and received a large
supply of Paints, Oils, 4c, of (he Best Kind,
at the recent low figures, and will give Our
customers the benefit of the same if they
will make their contract as saon as possible,
or engage their work to us I
We return our sincere thanks for Ihe very
liberal patronage we have received from this
community since we commenced business,
and hope, by doing our work in a substan
tia! 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 hi undivided
attention to the supervision of every depart
ment of our bnsineas so bring on your
work, no matter how small, If only repair
ing one light of glass. We will promptly
attend to it. Itesnerlfnlly,
fl L. GAUDiNEK AC0
Shop at Ihe rink Corner on Strawberry
Alley, near the Market House.
Feb. 14, '08 -tf.
Country Mcnliants-SuppHed an
Cheaply ns In Cincinnati or
COILTEU & HILLMAN,
Jobber aud dealer In
O0T3 AND SHOES,
HITS ASD CAKPETIXCS,
Don't fall to look nt oar Stork,
anynow, before purchasing!
Latest Dispatch t
From! onr Special Hew York Comipondent
; 1. .
But this startling news does not create half
the excitement which is made over the well
selected stock of
Spring and Summer
now being received at tbe hoase of Courts k
We are selling at such low figures It is
Perfectly Astonishing !
The truth of the assertion we will leave to
the people lo decide. Our stock was bought
or casn at tne lowest
in New York and Boston, since tbe very re
cent heavy decline. As we pay cash for
Goods, we sell for cash exclusively.
No Tickets Made.
A new and desirable assortment of Spring
and Summer . ... .
" Such as
Silks, Lustres, in new and
beautiful designs, Plain
and Fancy Foplins,
Percales, 0r 1
Stock of white
Goods, Hosiery, '
Gloves. &c. is very
Large and low in Prices.
Linens, in Shirtings, Sheet
ings, Table Linens,
Towels, &c, ..
Vt't have made extraordinary (Sorts to
make our slock of
CLOTUS, CASSJ MERES,
T WEEDS, J AXES, C0TT0XADES,
LIXEtf DRILLS, tfe., Sc.,
For men and boys' wear, superior to any
bercWore brought to this market, In regard
to quality and tow prices. .
Our stock of
" i '
Doots and Nlioess
Is very superior to anything In tbe market.
W ran fit any one from an infant to a giant
W have a splendid slock of
which are soiling extrerotly low, say from
$1 to IS 50.
W have polite and attentive salesman,
who are always ready and willing to wait
upon our friends sad customers.
(Jive us a call and make your purchases
while the stock Is complete.
Ko. 10, Franklin Street,
CLABKSYILLB . . TKXKXSSKK.
A.. L. WuiTASsa,
Spring and Summer
f'fe tave iusl opened an
t 9 m
entirely new StOCit Of Spring
onrl SnTnTnT- riAi.
. . r l-"
J, iM l"' - l' -
Our stock of
Bleached Domestic s
Is very large, and all bought before tbe
Are from tb best makers in the Hnlteil
atatea (so-called),, and if you want a shoe
to nt a ooutnern lady right, call on us.
Our Stock of
IRISH 11ES, WHITE GOODS,
Are very Pretty.
Brussels and Ingrain
n.si r i m
arc rrciij, nuuu. anu vneap.
Spun Cotton and Heavy
Are from tb best Factory in Tennessee.
In a ward, our stock is complete, and
b kept so by continued additions. .
I3 X 10 OS-
As to prices, J. K. RICE, tb purchaser of
these goods, and th regulator of prices In
Ibis bouse, ba ,evar beea undersold yet
and does not Intend to be. They were
bought exclusively for
And being sold for the same, w ar abl to
sell tbem at
Retail or Wholesale, -
As low as thy can b bought In Louisville
J. Iff. RICE
Tenders bis thanks to bis old friends lor tbe
liberal pslionags estended to blm la) former
days, and will be pleased to s them all
again very toon. " ' ' ' ' "
BROADDUS & CO.
Bon Over aNewLeaf.
TlntA wlfrt nnooaufnnt (iM
...... .un.,)iu. uuiu
. - -
marChCS Oil, and matij a heart
that bat a few days a beat
Mntt. -nAM s.. r j
Pit a Pat w With fOftd bOPCS
iOr WC lUtUrC, IS tO-dat Still
tarnfit ' ' . .
MJvvm. van. iv nuu fJUUIUUIUIHlC
what lime na done for others
and remember what It has In
store for yon, I and eTCrybody
else ; then , ask yourself . the
question, What would become
of wife, children and the stood
old' folks, if my checks were
demanded by the doorkceuer
atv-nrpii ts thsm in h ,t..4
I -" - j w Mf all-U TVaUV
I Af , VAnia bsMh.I. J I
WI ;iwur! l"uH HCCeagC, a
y "v" wl "" - "
nf vonr I lift thronfrb iln tnprll.
Tn a. 1. t ti n i .
in the language of Dary Crockett,
I ".lie sure
you are right, then
aoq wnen you naro procured a
1 J V
Policy in the .
OP NEW YORK,
this much you hare' accomplished.
Remember the ' name ' and get no
The N0ETH AMERICA
Is Liberal, Mutual, Just !
C. H. JONES,' Agent.
Dr. J. B. MALL0KT, V. WIKSHIP and
SAMUEL J. TAT10R, Solicitors.
Anrl .in. rl, k
---v., ,v. ""B""
i aown, insure tbat I
The most successful merchants,
best business men, and our thrift
farmers, are the , largest patrons of
Insurance. They take no risks that
responsible monied institutions will
assume at. an equitable rate. . It is
imnortanfc tn know wlierA tn on Ar
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the reliable article, consequently this
notice directing you to the ,
Capital represented, more than .
(Observe that no ocean rolls between
you and their money.)
NORTH AMERICA LIFE IN-
8URANCE COMPANY, of New
York. ' ' ' .
.-ETNA FIRE, of Hartfcrd.
HOME INSURANCE COMPA-
NY, of New Haven.
ENTERPRISE IN. COMFY, of
Cincinnati, Ohio. .
STATE INS. COMP'Y, of Nash-
viller . , ', .
TENNESSEE MARINE AND
FIRE INS. COMP'Y, of Nashville.
TRAVELERS' LIFE AND AC
CIDENT INS. COMP'Y, of Han
When you want Life. Fire,
Marine or Accident
Make no contraots before seeing
O. II. JONES,
I Losses Equitably-Adjusted and
lB.This wss the first Agency es
tablished after tho eommeucement of
ClarkiTllle Insurance Agency
Of O. II. JOMSM.
pumpy roun dloob
Or ail th refliedlft that' b'ave been dlco
erH during the present age for tli a'tho
and Illir tbat flesh' Is heir to," none equal
tbii wonderful preparationi Only ten year
har elapsed sine the discoverer (who spent
a decade In studying experiment: and per
fating it) first introduced it to the public,,
and it is already recognized by th most em
inent physician in all pint of th country,
to be the roost surprising and effect! rema.
dy for certain- disease of wblckr the hare
All othr" Cotnnonnds or ftrruM of till
root lisre hitherto frilled to command tlia-
sancttoa of the Facn tr. bees dm on heinir
tested! they hare been foand lo fontsfn nox
, , , ,.
i"hitoiciiis wuicn neutralise his good
effect of Ibe SareapaTilla, and oftentimes In
iTuel!f',.lhofthe p"' inot
w"h H,"' preparation;
Thl. is the i.reVnd renain eitract of In.
""V M " be found to effect.
wrtaln nd re"t cure of rbe following
iviiuiiMBinu ana nisessM '
""ecuormot i uones, unottual Costlreaessu
m"H? nf j Kirf..T, dj
pepsia, Errsipel, female Irrcgular-
turi, rwteia, ail skin disease,
LIrer Complaint, Indigce
tkm, Tiles, rulmo
nry tilirues, '
Scrofula, or Krngs Erlf,
HURLEY'S AGUE TONIC!
PERFECTLY RELIABLE 1
I Th, only remedy for Chills and Fever or
"""5" " r MScpendeU
"tn -,u"r-e n'c. Xber ftave been
ins aenal remedies without beuefll 1 but la
o esse BBS
Hurley' Affile Tonto
failed to effect a core. All who hav
sed it cheerlully tell their aiHieled friend
of U as a sare and eertaia cure for chills and
fever. Abt one suffering from tba ehilla
would eonsolt their own interest bv send ins-
to a drug store and buying; a bottle. It i
pleasant to take, compared with others, and
1 will be certain to cure all case of ftirer and
ague or chills and fever.- bend for it lo th
POPULAR WORM CANDY !
. " speeino for worms, and
the bet and mott paiatabu arm to eire to
1 children, it is not surnrisiDir tbat it is last la
kl,i tli. r .n ,i ,
a w mi viucr imparaiions lor
worms it being perfectly tasteless, any child
will take it. v
JAMK8 RUDDLE ft CO, Proprietor.
. . . 1 ; f . :' "'" .
Lossof Appe- '
tlto, Weakness, la.
digestion, or DyBpepsIa,
- Want of action of the Liver,
OR DISORDERED STOMACH,
There are no Bitters that raa compare
Ith these In removing; these distressina?
complaints. For sale or can be bad at any
drug; store In the United States, or from tho
proprietor. JAMES HUDDLE ft CO.
EXTRACT JAMAICA GIXEEKI
Use James Ruddle k Co.'s Extract Ja-
malca Uineer, for all Summer Coninlaint.
I m . .. ... I... . '
noiera, uramps, jnaigestion, c. This is
nure Uinmr. and can 1m rslieil nn.
Notice to Mothers
WFMT SOOTHING SYBlPr
Ws have, by purchase of the ordinal re.
ceipt, become sole proprietors of ibis eels bra
ted Medicine. ..We ask you to Rive It a trial 1
with an assurance that you will in future) .
discard all those nauseous and destructive :
stuns, such as Dateman's Drops, Godfrey's
Cordial, Dewee's Mixture, c, combination
of s past and anti-progressive aga, when is .
was thought that the more disgusting tbe '
mixture the better the medicine.
Use la tbe future only Siabuook's, a com '
blnation . quite u,i with th advancement of '
the aire, l'leasaut to take, harmless in its
action, efficleut and reliable In all case, lo 1
valuable in tbe following diseases 1 ' 1
Summer fomiilalnt, IrreKu!arI-
ues or me uoweiM, Kestive
ness, TeethlnKt Ac.
Qlves health to the child and rut to the mother.
We could give any quantity of rertiflratee
bearing "ijenres of it superior qualiuos,
but prefer that our mediciue should stand on .
it own merits, which it will do upon trial.
DE. SEABROOK'S .
Elixir of Pyrophosphate of Iron
and Calisaya. '
This elegant combination possesar all tbe
best Ton 10 properties of peruviaa bark anil
Iron, without tbe d-sagreeabl last and bail
effect of either, separately or ia other prep
arations, of these valuable Medicine. It
should be taken la all ease ahru a gentle ,
touic impression I required diet couvales
cenee from rtss or other debilitating die- ,
eases, or in those distressing iiaaktiLaaiTisa
peculiar lo frmalrs. No female should be i
without it, if liabl to such diseases, for noth
ing can well tak lis place.
English Horse Liniment
lias proven Itself on of th best Liniments
made for flprains, Itroiies, 4e, n all rase
when tried (ut either msn or beast, aud will
do all w claim for It, Try a bottl, aud we
are sat i tiled you will never afterwards a
JAMES CUDDLE & CO.,
IVo. 41, Illlllltt Strt
For ssl by 8.
II. Siuwsrt, Tho. fiolry
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