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. THE CHRONICLE
J B. NEBLETT,-!
J. A. OnANT, j
BXTK8 OF ADVKRT18INO.
, Ono dollar per square of ten line or lew.
CLAKKJiVlI.LE, FRIDAY, JUNK 5, lfW.
i RAILMOAD TIN K TABLK.-Trains
Booth, .85 A. M. and 9.16 1'.M. Trains North
8.4!i A. M. ft!0j 7.00 P. M.
: Qvabterly Mebtiko. The third
Quarterly mcetlnir for this station
will be hclil by Kov. It. P. Ilnnsom
at tho Methodist church In this city
on to-morrow and next clay. A full
attendance la requested.
Information Wanted. James
A. Johnson, son ofWra. Left wishes
o hear from liln relations who live
nomewhere In Missouri. If Josiah
i Henry and Lindsay McCary uliouUl
ece this they will please address him
at Clarksvlllo, Tenn.
Masonic Funeral. Tho funeral
ot Mr. John Dillon will he preached
near hla former residence on Sabbath
next. A t pedal train for tho accnm
inodatloii of Masons will go as far as
Corbandalo on Sunduy morning. It
will leave at 7 o'clock, a. in.
Tub ex amination at the Female
Academy will commence next Tues
day, 0th Inst. On Friday the gradu
ating exercises and an address by He v.
John V. llanner, D. D., ' will come
oil, and at night a musical concert
will be given.
OoiNa Up. We are glad to see that
Messrs. Harrison & Wall have work
men engaged In putting up the large
building which has been contempla
ted fur some timo at tho corner of
Franklin and 2d cross streets.
Postponement of the Pasciiall
House Drawing. A dispatch to
Nashville, on the 1st Inst., announced
the postponmcnt of this drawing, to
what time the dispatch does not state,
but further Information is promised
The Lauck and Barry contested
election case was to take place at Gal
latin on the 1st inst.
Gen. -8. U. Bi ckner assumed the
'hlef editorial control of the Louis
ville Courier on the 1st Inst.
The Republican State Convention
lias been postponed till the 10th of
Storm. A very severe storm of
wind and rain passed over this city
last Monday evening. The principal
'damages that occurred in the city
was as follows :
The gable end of Frenh & Courts
grocery store, on Franklin street, was
blown down, but no further damage
to tho liouce. A few planks were
blown oil the west end of Siyart's
Livery stable. A portoh on the north
fslde of Otipton hill, was also blown
down. Wo have- not heard of any
loss of life leMilting from the-e disas
ters. Correction. In conned ion with
tho luu.' services, twenty persons were
milled to the Old School Presbyterian
church In this city ami inee Rev. 1.
O. Duvics has been pastor, twenty
four have Joined the cliuivh. We are
Informed that the pews in the church
nro rented, but strangers are made
welcome and pew holders ure glad to
have tlie seats tilled.
New Fanning M ill. T. II. .Tones
& Co. lmvo ono of their uui'ivulU'il
Fanning Mill, (iruin ninl Seed
(Scnnrntivr find Smut Mnclilim mm
l)incl, nt Tt. O. Kcosco & t'o's.
llurxlwura xtoro. All who have cx
liiiiinod it, who lire t-apncitutoil to
jtbli?o, ir..BiiiHce it ctipcrior to uny
thiiiffof tho kiiitl jt t invcnteil. AVu
will havi1 more to nny about this nia-
hino hereafter. Call nnd examine it.
Hex. Fokiiest's Hook. Captain
Morton, ttjj;eiit for the 'Caniimiiiiix of
Liout. fien. Forrest and Forro.tU'
Cavalry," In In onr eity Kolieitint;
fulwerihers for tills valuable work.
lVrson wishing to huliseiilie, can
leave their names at Messrs. Courts
A lieauinontV, Chtiksville, and i'et
lusiS: tl ild, Newrrividenee, tliehi o't
will lie delivered about tho first of
An dice of this work will appear
in o if lux I Ih u .
The (H'Toukk Faiu. The annual
Fnir held by the MoeUholdiTs of the
Montgomery County Assoeialiuii,
will eommeui e on the Tth of October
and eont inuo four days. 1'rinled jn
f.'1'.iines will be Ismm l asKoou lis jtosl
ble giving iaitieubirs in detail. In
the meantime let all IntereHt tin m
wives in getting up something for ex
hibition whet her to Ik eompeted for
or not to add to the interest of the
o'ealon and ndvane the agrieultn-
lal ebaiai ler of our county,
- - . -Col
I 1 1 It A- Illl.MAN's new atoek
nf Miinnnf goods Is advertised lieforo
the people lu to-day Issue. We eoin
iiiend litis hoti' to the no'.lee of the
publu' iu one that keeps laigu and
go..d stocks of goods always on band,
nnd one that sells lit re.isouahle lates.
Ale, Mr. Wcntzler, mnnufacturer
of ale in this city, left a doen I sit Ilea
i f his I i- t in our aiirium this week
for us lo sample. As cur pviueipal
til-inking man is not at home, we are
not aide to note Its mei iti ill detail,
hut according i.i our limited knowl
edge of tho U verage it I very tluo
an I refit .'hiuf5 ibee warm times.
All w ho desire it can liavc it d-.-liv--n
d to t lift r dmrs eery day.
lNl'i u-iiMi:ir . chrl.-ti'ued thi'
'l.o-t l'au-e, Junior."
- -.. o
Till: Albany Argus say "Ihe sv
tern m Washington is to guvfru tin.
Nirlli by fal-eh sid ini'l the Eolith by
luli'l', Hid t ilbici- I .til ll.'ii.
TeniMM4 rplism Aaylarstl Meeting.
In reporting the proceedings at the
annual celebration of the Tennessee
Orphan Aaylum, the transactions of
the meeting in the morning, at the
Presbyterian church, were unavoid
ably omitted. These are now to be
f dinted under three heads: -
1st. The President's annual -report.
zu. Tne anarcss hy lion. Joint
3d. .The election of officers for the
The President's annual report pre
sented by Mrs. O. A. HeiiYy, ond read
by the Hon. Thos. King, will bo re
ceived by the croakers with incredu
lity, and even by the most sangulilc
of thcffllends of the Institution with
astonishment; it Is to be hoped that
this Interesting document will be
printed entire. We learn from it that
more than seventy children have,
since tho foundation of the institu
tion, participated in its advantages,
of which thirty-three now remain as
permanent inmates. That these arc
receiving board, lodging, education,
and above all the tendcrest maternal
care from the excellent lady, Mrs.
McKenzic, who Is in charge of tho
establishment. That the clergy of
C'larksville have, almost without ex
ception, manifested their interest in
the institution by holding religious
services there for the benefit of the
children, and visiting it for the pur
pose of their religious instruction.
That the financial affairs of tho in
stitution are in a most satisfactory
condition, the fine estate and mansion
used as an Asylum having been fully
paid for at the price of $25,000, and
all current expenses defrayed for two
yeais and a half, while over $3,000
remains on hand in its treasury, nnd
as a source for future requirements
Auxiliary Socioties have been estab
lished In twenty counties, all of which
may be hoped to furnish annual con
tributions more or less liberal.
The address of Hon. John F. House
we trust, will uliortly speak for iUelf,
as a committee was appointed, by
acclamation, to request a copy of it
for publication, we will not make the
futile attempt to give an Idea of the
touching pathos and burning elo
quence which held the audience spell
bound from the beginning to end-
even those who are well acquainted
w.ith the oratory of this distinguish
ed speaker can, unless they heard or
shall hereafter rcud It, form a concep
tion of its force and brilliance. One
portion of it deserves to live forever,
with tho recorded eloquenco of De
motheucs, Burke, Patrick Henry,
and Henry Clay, we allude to his
withering rebuke to those who call
upon tho Southern people to brand
the memories of their departed com
rades as traitors or accept the alter
native of acknowledged disloyalty.
1 he officers of last year were then
re-elected hy unanimous acclamation,
and tho meeting adjourned. .
The instrumental nnd dramatic en
tertainments given hy the (Jynasium
Vssoeiation last Friday and Saturday
night, were attended by large nnd ap
throughout was admirable, the young
gentlemen exhibiting considerable
histronic talent. Tho two nctors in
crinoline were not surpassingly beau
tiful but they acted tho woman very
nearly to perfection. The entire au
Uieiieu were highly .delighted nnd
kept in a .gleeful mood the whole time.
Tho proceeds of tho two evenings
amounted to 2, und when wo re
flect that they are to lie appropriated
to the building of n gymnasium and
public hall we are only sorry that the
amount was not larger. Huecess to
this organization in its kiudablo
efforts to please.
A box of bright leaf tobacco sold nt
Lynchburg, Va., last week, for f 145
Lxlrucl IVom a I.eller Written by
A friend of Senator Fessenden, says
the New V'oik iSnu, who has nlwa'vs
.been n Democrat, has communicated
tons lor publication (lie following
passage from a recent private letter
from the Senator :
)'l thank you for your kind words.
When friend aro denouncing tne in
nil ((iiartcrs for the one net of my lite
for which 1 deserve the most credit,
pulling at hazard, as I did, all my
own honor nnd Interest from an im
perative Kcnso of duty, it Is a consola
tion to know that few yet believe in
my integrity ol'purpo-o. I shall take
what you say as earnest and true,
therefore, even If you aro a Demo
crat." The following is ( iencral (irant's
reply to the notn i uat ion of the Chica
go Convention :
Washmiton May 20, 1803.
To tlrn, Jan. ,'. JI iu i i, J'rtklmt
fi- Xtitiunal 1'itiun Itt'imhtivun
( 'nn vi iitiim !
Informally accepting the nomina
tion of tbo National I'llioll Itcpubli
cun Convention of tho of Mav. it
seems proper that Home statement of
my views beyond the mere ncccplance'
of tlie nomination, should lie ex-i
pressed. The proceodiiiitsof the con-i
vention were marked with wisdom, '
moderation and patriotism, and, 1 1
W lievc, oxpresn tho feelings of the !
gnat ma of tho-p who Mi-taiiie.i
tho country through its trials, and I j
indorse llieir icm. Unions, j
If elected to the otllce of l'resi.lent
of tho United Stales, it will homy
endenvor to u.hiilni-ter all the laws
in good faith, with eeonoiiiynud with
the view of giving jicace, 'quiet nnd
protect ion every win re. In limes liltc
tlie pncnt it is impossible, or at hast
eminently improper to lay down a
policy to he inir.t red to through an
niimiiiM rai ion ol lour viars.
u oi Lair viars. New
n.dii i..i,l 1..-I...- o,.t r. .....,.
slanlly uridine; the vi. vs of the pub-,
lie on old ones are constantly cimng-
tug, ami a purely auminisriutlvo !
nlllcer should always he left free to ,
cxtctilo the Wl l ot the l.roiile. 1
1 always have vespeetcd that
will and I always shall, i'caceand
universal luvncril v. lis senuence. with
cennomy of uomiuistrulion,
I . Iileti Ihe buiden of taxalion, w
it constantly reduces tho national
debt. I.ftttu have tietn
W illi gr.-st y.-peet, your ol.'i erv't,
y Were prevented from nttnntUng ttie
Fair on last Friday and fwtnnlay, under
the stiperVlnrdn of the Indittgable W. 1J.
Marshall. Tho weather wa propitious, and
the,,nttendano was very good, the crowd
bolng estimated at about 11500. Home very
fine stock wan on exhibition, and other
tilings prcsonted to attract and please the
crowd. Below we give the award of pre
mium as furnished by our rcportort
Boat Midillpurnllton, Sypnr old And ftp
R. fcl. Amall, premium; H. W.THliafwn, wit.
uUeRt adiliiMiiarti.H.venniol J and under 4
I A. V. JohtKMin, I'lrcni.
BW pair harness mares J C Dickinson,
Di'bI slncle hnrnnrw marc T F Bmall, pre
mium; V F Ilui kncr, cert.
Hint saddle and harni-vmnro combined
T K rliiutll, premium ; W It Covington, cert.
Host ui'iit liMiniii rider W V liuckuer, pre
mium ; Jl (J Hiirndon, cort. - .
nwiiiii- Ki'iiiiiig J n ramsn, pre
mium ; H K Uold, cert.
Best saddle horse or mare M D Boone,
jut-iiiium , v noiicii.ccri.
Best yearling colt G C Halliburton, pre.
Host gentleman driver of single horse W
.. SECOND BAT.
pest nnrne atniiion.8 yearn old and up
R K Hniull, premium j rJJ Metcalfe, cert.
Heat hnriiPHs mine. 4 years old and ii
Kimcn at luck, premium ; u a dodoiiim, cert.
Hi'St linrnos innre. 3 wars old and under
4P A V Johnson, pretn.
Best pair harness Ki'Mina Roach dr Dick.
Fastest ranker W FBuckner, premium
11 tl McNeil, cert.
Drcmimu; n j jii'nmnn. ceri.
Best gelding, Hlngle hnmess--0 H Wills,
premium: Hoach & Dick, cert.
Best noddle geldlmr. llyetiraolct W RCov-
linrton, premium; w A Dudley, cert.
Most fancy team Koach & Dick, prom.
Fastest trotting team John Willis, pre
mium; II C Herndon, eert.
Fastest singlu trotter I A V Johnson,
Best saddle nnd hnrness molding combin
ed J 8 l'arrlsl), premium ; Wirt Taylor,
Hweepstakes for saddle stock of nil nges
nnd Hexes M 1 Boone, premium; V F
There wore four entries Wild Bill, Span
ish fount, Ivnnhoe, nnd KnlKht of Ken
tucky. The lust named was declared win
ner on the seventh round.
Miss Mary Yancey was chosen by the vic
tor ns "Queen of Love nnd Dcnuly'and re
ceived n magnificent wreath fro n Gen. W.
A. Qunrlcs, who presented It with a few np
Mr. Marshall reuuests lis to present his
unfeigned thanksto the citizens of Clnrks -
vllle nnd Montgomery county for their
manifest Interest and for tho kindness ex
tended lilm during tha Fair.
Hook and JLnrid r Company.
This organization appointed a. commit tee
to wait upon the City Council and solicit
assistance from the city. The Council ap
pointed n commllteo of conference, nnd
the following wns adopted :
Whereas, A number of the young men
of this city, have bunded themselves to
gether and have ouguni.cd a Hook and
Ladder Company, for the protection of Hie
property of citizens Horn destruction by
tire, nod they have called upon thu city
authorities lor some assistance to ennblo
them the more effectually to carry out their
Wiikiieas, The City Council hnvo ap
pointed a committee to confer-with s:ud
comoanv and have uulliurized their com
mittee to make nn nrnromintion for tlio
provided they deem
advisable: said impropriation not to exceed
the sum of two Hundred dollars, therefore
JtesolvJ. That the sum of SI. 7) be appro
priated lor the benefit ol the "Independent
JlooKiiud Ladder t otiiiitinv o. 1." imva
ble to I lieorder ff suld Coniimnv from the
.Hy treasury uinl Unit Ins) iiU I i t iotntl lie
appropriated if the exigences of the com
pany require it,
Jle it iirlhcr Jicmlml, That both of the
elty palters be requested to publish a copy
of these resolutions, and thai they, us well
as the cillzens peneruliy, be requested to do
till in their powerinrtlio furtherance of the
object of the orpiul.ttloii.
W it. KLEEMAX, Chui'n.
J. C. TATLOIi, Bee'-.
Ill V Ell Is EHfs.
The river lias steadily declined during the
past week, there now being saint:);, feet on T,,cy 0,.,, ., mr82.M per annum, and con
HariiethslioaU sldercd In the light of an investment, are
(lur riv.u- men havo been predicting n 1rou,..,.,u to Thv wm . ... .
goodsliigoof wuter for small boats till the ;
nru oi yvim-usi, wunsi i.npi. urarey, oi .ue
v, li:ii lboiit, siiys he Intendsto keep the river
up until tho last hhd. of tobacco is carried 1
Tbeslilpinentsof tobacco have been quite Rniiner or tlie Noufh Kdlted by Rev.
heavy for the week ending Thursday, A. Ryan, author of tho "Conquered Bun
amoiiiitiiiB toBIS hlnls., of which New Or- ( nor," "The Sword of I.ee,"4o., 4o. Terms,
leans received V.m, Kvunsvlllo ana, and t:in-1 i3 per annum, back numbers furnished.
einii-.ul the remainder.
Our packets huvo been makiug regular
trips ami will conMnuo to do so us long ns
there Is water enough lo lloat them.
Under tho new packet arrangement to
Kvunsvlllo, we have three boats each boat
laying two duys at claiksvllle giving our
shippers the chance of shipping every day
ill 1 ue w cck.
We learn from dipt Wiley Hlinmsthnt tho
lllue l.lne was resurrected m Chicago last
we.-k, and is now vea.lv lor business ut 7.
cents lo Xew York. Where is the man thut
sayslho 111 no Line is dead?
IJitowM.ow Ci:ktaini.v Pyixo.
Tlie many reports 111 relation to Mr
Ifrownlow's illness, first started, v.
Iielieve, by the Knoxvillo l'ress and
Herald, havo been publicly denied by
tlie Governor's family, (lovernor
Urownlow even went so far as to de
nounce the report as emanating from
n rebel sheet and therefore false.
Nevertheless tho report was true.
Wo are informed by a gentleman
who called on (lovernor firownlow-,
on Wednesday, that tho Governor Is
really very ill. Ho was lying on a
lounge, slinking all over with the
palsy, and unable to speak. His im
mediate liunily do not
serious results, but our
gives it as hisopinion, that Governor
Jirownlow is dying, and cannot sur
vive many days. Cttatlauooya Un
ion. Tho New
York Hebrew Leader
We do not profess to bo politicians
par excellence, ana we do
not ofteti j
uo-ooiiu in me tticnti ior II iioiiiicui
.1 t i.. . i r if.. . i
tight, but in this ease we are bound:
t. make an exception, and toshowup
tooiirco-rcligionists who their friends
are, and who their friends were at a
timo when they wero assailed by a
man, who now stands forward as tlie
most prominent candidate of tho Re
publican party, who courts the votes
or citizens, wnnse lumilies lie, ai
second Tonplcmada, expelled from
their homes, whose fathers and hus
bands ho declared to lie outcast, and
whose laces lie lianlsliei
of miles round his holy faint
I.IiihooiI I.uiMliug Tohucro .Market
I.iNWoon I.axoimi, Tkxi., May 2H, (W.
K.ilee l.y .1 no. J. 1 no mas A Co el HH llbds.
nn. I I kox, us lol.is: j
tfir;-., i'nt I7-:., it hi, piiu, n nt in in, num.
Ji.l I""-', 11 1 1511), Vllt l.iim, l.i ,, 1 .. s, 1,
:lul 1 1 :m, 1 1 mi, -i ut I mi, 14 7m, 1'. 4 ut I .i, I
Sill l'l'-, l.t -j.1, 1.1 Hi, 1.1 Jul. lit In, II Til. fi l. I
ut.. I.' 1. 1, i-.M.i, ij t.i, l-j ;, :i nt i.'. i, j in
1- ", 1-in, I-Tit, l.'t.'i ij.-si, si, ij j,-,, :t ,,t
11 lu, 'Jut II i.i, Jul II lu, l 11 .1.1, :o '
:ut n i, ii ii, ii i, u 4 i, ii ni, ii j.., 2 nt .
lu l.i, Hi in, ic 4u, iii no, in at, ., in i,i u w(
UHi, ti vi, ii;:,, ii i.i, s in. . t mi, mo, s ,
7 t Jul? 1 at 7 m, " uo, ii in, J ut Iii uu.
due crop of live hhd.. rulwd bv It. W.
eruue.l l I , i four lllulb., ruined
.1, li el'.lgi d SlrtJC',. ,
a l" v
ry I Imrwliiy.
irU-e'a i.uu.Hiik lol.ucco Market.
-snr: s i.amuno, June :i, lsits.
Kales by Wn i it..., k, M Kin vi r i,. f
H!"1"-'I'"1' " "' ut the ..llu ing prices:
. .V 7 ai ihhi, in ai, im iti.
linn. II III I k.l. II Ml. 'J ui la ... I 117. II ,
- l la :i, tut l.i ui, Jut it t.i, I i in, ju't ii7'
1-itO. 117 1, jal U It III. IJ-J.I, UMsl, I'll,,
U l. II 111, II ll, II Ml, IU III, !. Mill, J.,
t i, ji 7
ill ii 4.1, v "i, a hi uu, I 7a. V si k I I. t ii s.w.
At tiis rwtlilenee of tha bride's father. Dr.
W'ltonli.r .... (I, A .1.111. ..I. I... ... Ii.u 11 U
Perry, I..D jj.r. 11 coh'm Iihank, o'f Inta
county, 10 m iss hicttiis W1IRRLER, ol cnrw
tlan county, Ky.
On the 4th Inst.,' at S o'clock, P. by
Hev. It. P. Ilnnsom, Dr. ft. M. Coki.kw, of
Humphreys county, to Miss K.w.i.rn A.
Baits, ol Cedar 11U1, KoberUon Co., Tenn.
In this city, on the 4th Inst., of tvphold
fever, 1auvknia Ask, wile of J. 12. Holo
mon, lu the illlll year of her age.
" Yet again, we hope to meet thee,
When the dny of life is lied
Then In lleav'n with ov we'll greet thee,
Where no farewell tears are shed."
Funeral services at the Baptist Church, at
10 o'clock this morning, by Hev. A. D. Sean,
Interment at the city Cemetery. The
( friends and asualntanccsof the family are
invneo 10 attend.
No Cum No- I'av. Forrest's Juniper
Tnr is warranted to cure Coigh, Cold,
Hoarseness, Croup, Throit and Lung Dises
es. or tho price positively refunded. In
ttant'mtout relit prcawti. Try it; if not
satisfied, return tbo empty bottles und get
your money back. ?
Sold w holesale and retail, by
S. It. Stewart.
Price, 35 cents per bottle.
Jan. 31, 18G8 Gin
AKCIX.-Prof. DeOray Bennet will
give his second lesson In his chaste and
scientific style to morrow, (Saturday) after
noon four o'clock. Ladles wishing to have
their children tnught-'-are respectfully ro
quested to have them In attendance nt the
above hour at the Henry House;
June 6, 18U8-1U
' FOR RESIT. A Stable and Crib In the
car of our store. Apply to'
June 6, 188-4v
JJI NT RECEIVED. A large lot of fine
black CloSh Skeleton Sacks, Fancy Cassl
mere runts, black cloth and figured Mar
seilles Vests; Oenooso, Gross, Linen nnd
8ecr Sucker Coats; Cottonade runts; Dah
lia cloth Sacks nnd Frocks; Linen bosom
1 Shirts, Ties, Collars nnd Handkerchiefs,
which will be sold at the lowest cash prices,
Cull nnd look at them, aa they are going off
rapidly. It. E. MeCULLOCH,
FOR KEXT. The .Methodist Parsonage
bouse nnd lot for tho remainder oX this
ycur. Possession given Immediately.
CHARLES Q. SMITH,
. B. W. MACRAE, Jr.,
May 29, 18GS-4W
WHAT'S OlTt-Why numberless old
rope clothes linos, rotting in this damp
weather. Now there is no reason for this ;
nor (allow us to say) no sense In it, when
you eon, for a very small sum, procure a
WHITE WIRE CI.OTIIEN that
will last you as long as you live, and will
itiprove the greatest convenience you ever
They will not rust.
They will not dirty the clothes.
The clothes will not freeze to them.
In short they are the very thing.
We warrant all this. Call and buy one,
at ' C.-H. MORRWON 4 CO'S.
. JONES 4 HUME,
Agents for tho manufacturers.
May 22, lt-tf
Jasl the Thing for Yonnfr Married
Man, or One who Expect to be.
THE "OARDIXEIl COTTAGES."
These Cottages have recently been painted
inside nnd out und out In cwnl eoiwiiiinn
f., 0M each: one-third cash, balance in one
,, , wo y,nrs .,, llllerpst, For fllrthor
particulars apply to C. II. JONES,
.Subscriptions received and forwarded free
of charge, by JNO. W. FAXON, Ag't,
at the Northern Unnlc,
Muy 8, 1808-5m.
Hoof! Deem Not the same beef of the
fnelontScotchmun, Hook, but real nice cuts
rum the well fatted beef cattle of modern
times, kept for sale at the city market
house, (hotter known us chicken coop), ef-
ery market morning. When you come to
m:uket call at my stall and supply your
selves with something thut will do to cAaic.
April 21, lN08-ly.
Mrs. wiiilam ltosenflrld has
reiiioicd lur sioru two doers ubove her
old stand, on Franklin street, nnd is now
receiving- licr S jiring and Summer Coodi,
which are of the very lulest fashions, con
sisting in pnrt of Bonnets, Hats, French
Flowery Dress T.iinuiingj, Fancy Goods,
The ladies of Clnrk'uille nt.d vicinity are
respectfully invited to call and examine my
stuck licfurc purchasing, as I feel sure that
I can inuke t to their adva.itage.
Dress making done to order, on Ihe short
March 27, 18d8.3m.
THK HKST lis THE CHEAPEST.
Frobc & I!. d!i r's Ya. Cnrriseeand liutrtrj
work is soM hit a any firit tlott work
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' 1 ' ",u-"Kjl "al s
March 13, 18U8-2ti
JOHN w! FAXON,
At ths Northern llntik of 1'ennet.sre, Is the
authorized irent for
licllowS Ht'i lews Nnshvllle Banner?
NaslMlllc I n Ion S IHspatdi; .Nash
vllle Unzr-tte; Luuistlllo Courier aud
riuiiscriptioiu feiwHriled free of charge
I"" "''V'''.'J h "e c
Clarksville, lenu., Dee. I
6, 1 867 .
Farm !" Nnlc.
'IMIK rMii:iiKiii:n oh'Khh pnii
A .ile n veiy desiruble 4 suiMstlng of
sltualeil within (.ue mile of Trenton ICv.,
I111111e.l111t. lv ..n tli. I:, n. A N. JUoli.iiid,
Willi II depot loiilte.l III Trenton. K,ld lur in
eoiii,n of lluity.fiiur le iesof tlml.er the
rest ol on. i hundrud nil. I thuiis uueKst well
s. t in clover, liuioiliy mid blue uniss nir
louinled and divided by h splentlul fence.
Improvements coinluitnblu buiisti Willi
two mollis mi .J ihkmiKc l.f twelve le.t.sla
ble for tour boises. ineut house, und n rtne
uoll convenient to I he bouse, rkiidliinu
Joins Hie ol. I 1lekliisou imui, Jiilne. M.-M-v
ulii and J. r. lueUiiiM.ii, in a heniiiiv o.
, " i it V. Kiel is one ol the 4t il. iral.e
liK.iill.ins III s-lillli. 1 II Kenliieky. Ally one
! m ilnu(j I., liuy such u l inn cm c:.ll oil ihe
I Mil... liber who Will till.. p,. IMI1C III sho-
l"K It. I.I-.W1S V. UAHTI1.
Muy 11, lmw-tf
m f i niii.i 1 1 .. i ..I... ,. i.. .. ... i . . ....
forbid mid iid bill lu ..rt..n,U 'J 1
Adiulnlsf ratrlS .ollrc.
1.1. I'l ltsiiNH lNl,i:iir-li to the
J. isluteoi iii. I'i.rrv, ilee'd.arc reiiuct
luily ri-uiicusl lo , nil i.l (lie Inw r.fti. e of
llorue,. II. 1. ui-ii.ii, ,Un ,.itie by UieJnliof
June, 1 m i. I eoiiii-r u f;. ..r ...i
-i ie - ! ii i. ii
Latest Dispatch !
From our Spscisl New York Correspondent.
IMPEACHED AXD DEPOSED !
But this itnrtlingnewidon Dot create half
Ihe excitement which is made orer the well
selected stock of
Spring and Summer
now being received, at the house of Courts &
We ure selling at such low figures it is
Perfectly Astonishing I
The truth of the assertion we will leave to
ihe people lo decide. Our stock was bought
lor cash at the lowest
in New York and Boston, since the very re
cent heavy decline. As we pay cusli for
(joods, we sell for cah exclusivity.
No Tickets Made.
A new nnd desirable assortment of Sprinor
ana cummer .
Silks, Lilstres, in new and
beautiful designs, Plain
and Fancy Poplins,
Stock of white
Gloves. &c. is very
largo and low in Prices.
Linens, In Shirtings, Sheet
ings, Table Linens,
W'e hare nm.li cxtraordinuiy efforts to
make our block of
TWEEDS, JAX8, COTTOXADES,
I. IX EX DRILLS, &e., fie,
For men anil boyl' wear, superior to any
heretofore brought to tins market, la regard
to quality and low prices.
uur stock of
Uoots nml Shoes
la ery superior to anythlnj In the markrt.
We can tit any one from an Infant to a finnt.
We have a ipluudid stock of
which are si-llinK extreiuelr low, " fCra
$1 to f.1 6U.
IVe haw polite and attentive salesman,
who are alnays ready and i. ling to wail
upon our friend, and customers.
(life ns a call and niikc your purchacs
a bile the stock Is complete.
totiETs k mm.
No. 10, Franklin Slreet,
A. L. WHiTsara, ) c . .
T ti VSiIm r.ep
Spring1 and Summer
' We have just opened an
entirely new stock of Spring
and ' Summer Goods, pur
chased early, at low prices
"' Our toc!c of
Is very large, and all touch t before the
Are front the best makers In tha United
Slates (so-called),, and if you want a shoe
io ni a soumtrn lady right, call on ui.
Our Stock of
IRISH IIJEJS, 1IIIIIE GOODS,
" Are very Pretty.
Brussels and Ingrain
Are Prclty, Good, and Cheap.
Spun Cotton and Heavy
Are from the best Factory iu Tenuessee.
In a word, our stack is complete, and will
be kept so by continued additions.
1 O OS.
As to prices, J. M. UICE, the purchaser of
these goods, and the regulator of prices in
this house, kas nerer been undersold yet
and does not intend to be. They were
bought eclusively for
And being sold for the same, we are able to
Seil them at
Retail or Wholesale,
As ljr as they ran be bought lu Louisville
T tjt n r n
u, u. XiXUi
Tender his fhanki to his old friends Ibr the .
liberal pnlionuge cxtendt-d to him in former
days, an! will be plcnwd te see them all
W.. 6RQ&DDUS & CO.
Turn Over iNe Leaf
time fflth unceasing tranip
marches on, and many a heart
that but a Tew days ago beat
"Pita Tat" with fond hopes
for. the future, Is to-day still
Look back and contemplate
what time has done for others
and remember what It has In
Ktorc for yon, I and everybody
else then ask yourself the
question, What would become
or wife, children nnd the good
old folks, if my checks were
demanded by the doorkeeper
of the next world ? Have you
secured to them, in the event
of your untimely decease, a
portion of the financial value
of jont life through the medi-
um of a , .
In the langunga of Davy Crockett,
"Be sure you are riglit, thou go
head. ' . . .
And when you hare procured
Policy in the
OP NEW VORK,
th'm much you have accomplished.
Remember tho name ond get no
The NORTH AMERICA
Is Liberal, Mutual, Just 1
C. H. JONES, Agent.
Dr. J. n. S1ALL0RT, F. W1XSUIP nnd
SAMUEL J. TAILOR, Solicitors.
And sinco yor houso tnight burn
down, inuuro that I
Tho most . successful merchants,
best busincsi men, and our thrifty
farmers, nro tho largest patrons of
Insurance They tako no risks thut
responsible nionied institutions will
assume at an equitable rate. It is
important to know where o go for
tho reliable article, consequently this
notice directing you to the
C- It. .TONES.
Capital rcprctented, more than
(Observe that no ocoan rolls between
you aud their money.)
NORTH AMERICA LIFE IN
SURANCE COMPANY, of New
ETNA FIRE, of Hartford.
HOME INSURANCE COM PA-
NY, of New Haven.
ENTERPRISE IN. C0MPT, of
STATE INS. C0MPT, of Nash-
TENNESSEE MARINE AND
FIRE INS. COMP'Y, of Nashville.
TRAVELERS' LIFE AND AC
CIDENT INS. COMP'Y, of Han
When you want Life, Fire,
Marino or Accident
Male no contract! tcfore peeing
Gi lit .TOTVISH.
Losses Equitably Adjusted and
Prompdj Paid. g,
BThla wm the fint Agency e
tablilicd after tho colVlneuccmeu t of
C'larksville Insurance Agency
or c. ii. jo' ijev.
purify Your dlood
. - 1 "'
Hurley's Sarsaparilla !
Ot all the remedies that hav tie en discov
ered dtitlng the preseut age fur the "thou
sand ills that fl.tb is heir to," Done equal
this Wonderful preparation, olily ten year'
bare elapsed since the diicorerer ( bo spent
a decade in atud.vins; experiment; and per-'
Wring It) flint Introduced it to th public,
and it is already tccogniied by the mut em
inent pliy.iicimu In. all parts of the ceuntry,
to be tlie nort surprising and etTrtllvo reme
dy for ceiuiu diseases of which they hare
knowledge. . . . , ... .
All other; Compounds or 8yrtips of thii
root have hitherto failed to command tho
sanction of the Faculty, because on being
tested, the t baro been found to' contain nen-
low ingredients which neutralise the irooj1
effects of the Snreaparill, and oftentimes in
jure the health of the patieut. It is not so"
with Hurley's preparation, ,
This is tin) pure and genuine extract of the
root, nnd will, on trial, be found- to etTecl a
certain and perfect core of rtja following
complaints and diseases :'
Affections of Hie Bories, iTacltiml Costi'vensjs.
Debility, Diseases rtf tne Kidneja, Dyi
pe8ia, Kryslpelas, Female Irregular
, ilie. Fistula, all skiirriiieaaus,
Lirer Complaint, ItrdlgesJ
lion, Files, rultuo '
Scrofula, or King's Evil.
HURLEY'S AGUE TONIC
PERPECTLY RELIABLE f
The only remedy for Chilli and Ferer or
Ague and Fever that is or can be depended
upon isHurley'i AgncTuiiic. There havebeeu
thousnnds cured by using It who bad tried
tuc usual remedies without benefit! but in
t case has . , : .
lIurle 'M Atftio Tonlo
failed (o f ffe r a cure. All wi0 hare
used it cheerfully tell their afflicted frienda
of tl ns a sure and certain euro for thills aud
fcrer. A'ny one suffuring from the chilli
would consult their own iu teres t by sending
lo a drug store and buying a bottle. It is
pleasant to Uike, compared with olucis, aal
win be certain to cure all cases of fever and
ague or chilli and tercr.; tSoud fur it to the
POrtLAlt WORM CANDY 1
Ai this is really a specific Ibr worms, and
tbe best and most palatabU form to Mr. 10
children, it hi nut surprising that it is laslta-
aiug iue iiace oi an otner preparutiona for
worms it being perfectly ta:clu, any child
will take It. ' '
JAMES RUDDLE & CO., Proprietorsi"
Loss of Appe
tite, Weakness, In
digestion, or Dyspepsia,
Want of action of the Liver,
OR DISORDER EL) STOMACH,
There are no Bitters llmt cau compare '
with these In removing these distressing
complaints. For sale or ran he bad at any
drug store In the United States, or from the
proprietors. JA.ME.S JttUDLK A CO.
EXTRACT JAMAICA GLNEEBJ
Use James Huddle k Co.'i ICxtract Ja
innlca Ginger, for all Hntnmer Complaint'i
t'holerii, Ciarups, Iudigestion, An. This ii
pure (Jinger, and can he relied on;
Notice to Mothers
We have, by purchase of the original re
ceipt, become sole proprietors of this celebra
ted Medicine, We nk you to give It a trial
with an assurance that yon will In future
diicmd nil those nauseous and destructive
.Huffii, such as llHteman'l Drcps, Godfrey's
Cordial, Duwce's Mixture, Ac, coinbinntiom
uf a past and unti-progtessive agi, when it
was thought that Hi mora disgusting the
mixture (lie better the medicine.
Une in the future only St,nnooi;'s, a com
rinuiion f)nite li,i with Ihe advancement of
the nge. Hcnsmit to tnko, harmless in III
action, t flicieut and reliable in all cases, Iu
valuable lu the following ditt-atcs:
Slimmer fomiilalnt, Irrc pn!nrl-
iifs or tne uowci, Kcsiive
ness, TrethliiK, Ac.
Gives health to the child aud rttt lo Iht motker.
We could give any quantity of certificates
bearing evidence of its superior nualiilrs,
but prefer that our medicine should stand ois
its owu merits, winch it Hill do upon trial.
Elixir of Pyrophosphate of Iron
This elegant combination povscfRes all the
best tonic properties of iwruvinu bark and
Iron, without the disagreeable taste nnd bal
effects uf cither, sepuruicly or Id other prcp
araiiotm, of these valuable nieiliim. It
shuuld be taken In all runs when a gentle
louic iniprcisiun is required alter convulea
cenee Irotu rtViKS or oilier debilitating (lis.
eiisi s, or in those dislrerainfr mni.on.AiiiTin4
pe-ullar to females. Va 4emale should be
without it, if liable to such diseases, fur notli.
ing can ell take ill place.
English Ilorsc Liniment
Has proven littlf Otis of tl be.t Liuimentl
made At rJpruins, llruises, iu., in all ran a
ben tried for either man or beast, and will
do all we claim for It. 1'iy a bottle, and we
are suti.tiod yoa will never afiemai.ls use
JAMES RIDDLE X CO.,
No. 41, Ilnllitt Strt
Tor sale t S. B. ! Tt.w