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To the Citizens of Clarksville and
I; WOULD TATK THAT T ITATE JfBT
roturnvl from the Kantcrn cities with a
lrnn liKh(i thelwatbramlof French Calf
fckiiin, together will) a very larKR etock of
material oi every Kinu iur manufacturing
fiOOD BOOTS AND SHOES,
nt Llio Intent style, nil of which T bought
fur caslt, which enables n to make all
kind nl Hoot and Hhnee at greatly reduced
prices. A liirtO' Hlnrk of miule work on
liaml, which I warrant, srt greutly reduced
All mending dona with neatness and dis
patch. With many thanks for the. liberal patron
age, for mnriy year, of my oM frten'ls and
xiiNloiiwni, I moot reapectfully oollclla con
flnuunce of thciuiiiio.
Boots and Shoes.
cjotitlrmen rMMInff'ln the. country, by
earelully examining the following cut, can
tukn t hnlr own nimifttire. ami wnd to the
nldnnil well known Hoot and BhocHtnnd of
.lohii Hick, WiwtHhlnPuMlcrVjuarc.Clarka
villo, Xoiinessce, when a
M)OI) FIT WILL RE GIARASTEED,
If properly taken by the following
Directions Tor Measuring the Foot.
Wr... Uncc the foot on a piece of pnper
and I raw the on I lino of mime with a pencil,
which will glvu the ldiplli and Kpread of
the foot, km hIiowii In nuum A.
.Second. Make the following mcnsiircmenta
lncncn and iritciionx, wiui inpc incneti
unown in nanre ji. vir.:
lot.-The ball of the foot,
Jd. The low Instep.
3d. The high liiHti p.
41 h. Tim heel.
til. The cull.
April 17, 1808-tliii.
W. II. AUWSTHONQ.
EINCANNON & CO.
Of the most unproved patterns of
Wrought Iron Cooking Stoves,
TIX A5D SHEET I BOX WARE,
And dealers in all kinds of
Cast Iron Cooking
' and Heating Stoves,
REPAIRING AND GUTTERING
Done in the
New Establishment !
- I A V!X I IlOIOHTOtTT MYnitOTlIKR,
II 1.. Weill, I would Inform the puUIr
tliHt I will carry on the biiHlnesKuttlicKuiiie
(or. Strawberry Alley and 1st Cross.
Ili llevlnu my rolo In a linkers and my
folic, not ilnit of DonelKou hut a UrnceiH,
my chief prate and iimliltlon will licnce
lorth bo to
Rake the Rest Rreadt
Keep the Best Stock of (irocerles!
And sell tlieiu Cheaper than any
house In the City !
Till linuw will continue). n heretofore,
to Ito the lurgi-it denier In rnnitlv r lour In
'lui kKvllli-. The eholcchrnmlaof thin will
k iilwuyn kept on luuitl ami priced an low
a ni iu iiiiiih. iu
Till'. I.iqVOU DKVAIiTMEXti
i l enn bent anybody I 'aw
Having nil hanil tho oldest, best, blg
gcat and most complete stock of ltrnncllcn,
Willi's, Whiskey. Hum, liln.ele,, to be foiinil
nnywhi'iv, Koine of these were Imnglit lio
foiii the war. and I bnvc some of t he Iden
tical hevt nine Hint iiiHibi King liuvlil.of
1 Itlf llinrv. cut Ktlctl flllllHHtle CH lcr
IiIkIi Heaven itml the daughter of
In tlia Eakory Dopartraont
I nromixo ( (hUo tw nhhin off of rvory
otin-r cttiH't'rn of lln k I ii I In i iurk tile,
Ixilii In tho HiiiK'rltirlty of my ltnHl ntul
i'.kn iiml tlii lr prtiiupt (It'll very in th
liluhi'Hl Btvlt or ml. htitli an to t-ontiiittu
m nl IruiiKimrtiitlun, ut I lit oorf niyt'UH
toNicim, PiuHori i.nI WtiltlliigK can hr stijt-
tlUM Oil IIU( lolIOMCHl llUlU'f,
Tin: iinitnvr maukit rnu e paid
in t Asii, i mt rorvrrtY fitniu'cii
" nreatlie there a man with koul dead
Who never to Mnnudf bath Mid
Weill's t'lebcst and. bea peMt house In town?
If such there lx i luulk Mill vrll,
I'oi him no niliLsiii'l'. riiptuifs swell."
I'l.iiKsvllle, April 17, IKiH.
DR. 0. P. BROWN'S
Ill'l'Dltl 1 C M114MllN,
I Oil Til K 4 1 It K or AI L 1MSK ASKS ! ,
I lie Maalc iaitlmlliiiit- lor the cure ofl
III. Illillui'slloll, lprplll, l.lCr ItHll
plulllls, ll.'llllluellK 111 of Die KoWeU, l'e.
I lie .trncluu llnUnni l-,,r llio icllcf
Hli lemvol l oiiuiiii ii in. llloiu hllU, Astll
ni l. '"ini" li. I 'ol'U. A,'
the He uo.iiltnif 1111 - eu iv for Con-1
liv mil I i ui'iielal lilood piillllel', ;
Tin1 I llicrcul Olutmeiil ,, I'leui lsv,
"ic 'flu. ..ii, 11. .lit raljiiiuiioiM.sv.clllin;.,
Itill'lis , l .'. I
I'lo-.c 1 1 it rival led pic pa nil loniajw for sale 1
at II. tio .1 Jolitison's store liv
l 111 l" .MF. AKCIII.
M i 1".. .tin.
I I. PI. 11 tN- l;irblKli T Tin.,
Kliil.' .1 Nilloiiil.l .lin.. il. .ea-.-l.
In r, 1 iy not nie, I io com, Low a I'd and s..
lie w 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 , i I I r - - r 1 1 i I I . l:.w. lin.l
. '1 Ii l lliil i l.ll ii. .lv:atlisl .aid tlali' V.II1
I f "-i lit t ' ti- liu .
.1 II. Wll t.l M4 .in r
. ' ' I. I., .
Country Merchants Supplied as
Cheaply as In Cincinnati or
f Coulter & Hillman
'3 Jobbers and Dealers In
BOOTS and SHOES,
Hato and Carpeting,
Don't Fail' to Look at our Slock,
anyhow, beore purchasing I
April 10, 1808.
SAVINGS INSTITUTION, j
A Ranking Institution, incorporated
b) art of the Legislature of
Tennessee In Decern
Will be opened for business on the IRth of
January, 1868, in the building- West side of
the Public Square, one dour North of the
First National Bunk, Clarksville. Tenn. '
This Bunk will deal in Foreign and Do
mestic Dills of Exchange, Gold and Silver
Hutlinn, receive deposits, and do general
B. 0. KEESEE, President.
J. E. Buoaddcs, Cashier.
Jan. 10, 1808-tf
Brushes of all kinds,
Domestic Liquid Dyes,
And all articles neces
sary or useful in the Sick
We are receiving fVc?h supplies, every
week, and prepared to furnish any quan
tities the market uiuy demand,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
We call the attention of Contractors,
Builders and Painters, to our large stock of
WHIT II 1. 13 .A. 1
and Window tili.s9, and all articles in tin
way of Painters' material, whicb we arc
selling at a small advance on matins
fiictttrcrs' prices. Orders from physician?
promptly filled, at tbo sign of the ''Bip
Hold Pen," Franklin St., CLARKSVILLE
August 10, 1807-11.
MATTILL & CO
31 AN I FA CTl'REU'S AGE'TS,
CLAKKSYILLE, - TENNESSEE
Pratlcular Attcnllon Given
the Purcliasc and Sale
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
d It OCEKI 12 s ,
fonslstlns m Follows:
Uncon, Cliceae, Siignrs, Flour, Coffee, Mack
erel, Oysters, Herrings, Crnekers, Cun
dles, Brooms, Buckets, Wasbhiiurds,
Tub,, Starch, Spices, Ginger,
Imlipo, Madder, Moliisses,
J-yrups, Salt, Field
Which we propo4 to sell at t'no lowost Mar-
MATTILL & WILLIAMS,
CsH at.d see us, and we will give you the
worth of your money, as we intend to help
build uu the Uroccry trade as it was before
the war, if industry and close application to
busini'KS will accomplish tin J end.
All liooilt Must be Pnltl in imb on
delivery of the lioods.
11 V in kcq no Jtooki anj make no ticketil
All floods will be delivered free of charges
within the limits of the corporation.
OT every Klntl and Variety ut Manu
faiturers' Trlcei with Freight
Of cvciy kind.
31. .V ?o.
April 10, 2fl08-ly.
Family Residence for Sale.
I'liMKOHTAPl.K ttttli'K DWEI.I.IXO
A llmise ah" I'll- resKleliceol li.niic W.
I .ri..in u nil six riMiiim und bull, kllcheii,
ciiliin siiilile und tiuuuy liiiu -e, line Knidcii
uu Hindi, with Unit oi vuiiniis kinds; over
ime iicre In i be lot. It i MHiiiied on the
NuslivillKor Mmlisi'li street pike. Just uiil
niile of the em porute llinils , in. em . unit tun
ul inn I Inline of tile I'.llci-I llclkllllmr.
biHul.ol I'liu ksvllle. Any one wtslnna to
iiineiiiiMf II ileslraldo liouc Im u miiiiU
lin'i'ii.d III apply to i'. A. THOMAS.
May , 1N.S il.
Coal Tar and Coke!
lor Saleatbe MS WORKS,
MiirlvlH' - - - 'lnn,
.J III 17. 1' V
JOHNSON VICTORIOUS !
The Effect Felt in
HELMS & JOHNSON
NotUwithstauding the political slate of
the country, we are receiving and opening
the largest stock of
Staple and Fancy
we have ever brought to this market Our
stock will, in very short time, be full and
complete, and consist in part of the follow
ing articles :
FANCY AND BLACK SILKS,
PoplioR, Alpaccas, Bo
rages, and all new
styles of Fancy Dress
Plain, stripod and
dotted Swiss; Jacko
ncts, Cambrics, Mull
. and Nansook Muslins,
plaiu and striped; Lin
en Sheetings, IrixU
Linen, Napkins, Tow
els, Tablo Linen, tc.
We liavo a large lot of
BR0WX AXD BLEACHED SIl'SLIXS,
Bought Before the Riser
10-4 and 11-4 Bleached
and Brown Sheetings; 4, 5
and C-4 Pillow Muslins;
Irish Linens, 4, 5 and 6-4
wide ; Dress Trimmings,
Buttons, aud everything of
the kind new; Linen Hand
kerchiefs, KmbroiJcred and
Laca do.; Jackonet and
Swiss Edgings and I "sor
tings; with many other ar
ticles in this line too te
dious to mention.
Our Stock of
VVIadow rlfctleH, I0.,
will be large and variel.
call special attention to cur
llluclt nud runoy
Cloths and Cassimeres
And in fact everything that is usually sold
in a first claw Wholesale House,
As Low as' any other Estab
lishment In the South.
Come and examine,
ana If you are
pleased we will not ask yiui to buy.
31 1 .Tolm 1. JlolniM
will remain in New York for sometime, and
add to the stock every week.
Ifroin t'lnrkville, ou the ItiiKteuviiio turn
nElMS l JOBN'SOX. IP'". Xermseasy. ApiOyo HCHnm
M'tfth 6 18.'y 1 Ms 22. 'I ,w. t
M. C. PITMAN & CO.,
wb HAVK Juht UKrTrrrEn and
W onened. at our CXOTIIIXU HTORK
on Franklin atree-t, a aentccl twk of pen-
tee! Clothing Iur nrn, upnuenifn
Rati. I.e.: everv ImmIv between aeven and
one hundred yemnof ae who wear Pauls,
CoatH, Vest, Mbtrla, Drawera, ttuin. U.
Iilrla, Dollar, uinvea, riiapenoora, jiiuui
nrchlefs, Hnta. IlootH.Bhoea.Hllppers, Um-
KmI I u Tninlia Vn I lu.a nr Trnvell na TTunH
ItiiKH. Tliese lines ot iioiKIs oeioiiK to our
Aruach of ItiiNltiesH. and In them we anare
tmnalna In tfvlliir lo RMtlsfV all WhO CJill
on us fomnpplbn. IlfliiRilmlroua to aerve
the puimc in ourcapacny, we vory reiecL-
fully aollcii iroiiucui rain iroin no.
11. C. P. 4 CO.
April 24, lWS-tf.
CtOOD, FRESH. wELL-FIiAVORKD
I and perfectly wholeoome. Connoln
aeura pronounce It excellent. Inuredlenta
ntitrltloua so URUOS. Proceaa simple and
eaally learned. Madnln any kind of aehurn
In ten inluiitea. Kerpa well, dost altout
one-half that of dairy butter. Every fain
tly cun auve rrom wt to . per year ny in
usfl. Patent aood for seventeen yeara
Umiurttttlun rumrmntf. individual
lita. aood for family. A t all l Helms &
Johnson's ( HAH. K. ATK1NH,
ARcnt ror Monmomery couiuy.
We have tested this butler and cun suy It
II. Madihon ATKIX8,
May 1ft, 'o-tf.
J. K. Wilcox.
B. 0. KEESEE & CO.,
Plows, Corn Shelters, Straw Cutters,
Leathers, Wagon and Bugsy Tim
bers, Tlorse Shoes and Nails,
Anvils, Vices, Ttollow. Stocks and Dies,
Hummers, llutcnetta, meet, Hoes, rues:
tHrnentera. lUackHmlt ha. CooDera' and
Hhoe Tools: Mill, f'lrcular. Crosscut aud
Hiind Hnwm Axes, Nnllsami Chnlns: Ixcks
and Hlniresf Hitters, Sbovela and Tacks.
A Ion a If.oirA ......Inni.tl .if ini W.I tl n.
and tlstols, Talile Knives and Forks, Pock
et Knives, Bclsnora and hlieurs, of every
Franklin St., CLARKSVILLE, TENX.
reorders solielted and carefully filled.
TERMS, CASH. B. O. K. 4 CO.
-riZ and tbe Patent Iron Double
Cd SHOVEL PLOW.
CARD. Mcssra. En. TmNLF.Y, J. D. NeB'
I. kit and J. i:. UitoWNINQ will be In at
tendance, and most cordially Invite their
friends and the public generally to give
uiein n enn.
May 1, lttUH.
Commissioner's Sale ot Land.
J. W. Burton r. Carroll CarrolI.
In pursuance of a decree mode In this
cuuse oy i ne iiiiniy t oun in "imiih"hiitj
f ounty, Tennessee, I will sell at the. Court
house dour, in till' city ol Clarksville, on the
CTII BAT OF JINE, IKtlS,
tbe land mentioned In the pleadings, lying
ill Civil I 'i-.tr I. 't No. H, vonUilniliK iiboul
one buiidrisl and three HCrca, being the land
Ih Iiiiiuiiik to Ilie eslate of Carroll, de
ceased, and Klliiior. bis wife.
Tkicmh Ji er cent, cush, thebHluftceon a
credit ol one mid two yeiun. Notes with
(iimd security required wll Ii Interest from
dale, and il lien retained until the purchase
money I paid.
l'F.TKIt ONEAL, Cl'k nndCoiu'r.
May 8, IwiK-tds.
I wish Io sell my Photograph d'sllerj,
wUch is In ticillent condiiion. Terms easy.
W. II. ARMSTRONG.
Jan. IT, 18fi-tf.
fM1E AN'M'AI, MKKTIVO OF THE
I Klneklii.lilers in "MiiwoimI Lauding
not!(K .'r,ty. i in. Mtniiiy of Juiiu next.
inimliv ' will no liem hi j.iiii
Punctuiil utlniiliiin i'i 'iucio.
J. Ii. KtSl'KH 'K, Prea't,
Mny I!, 'iHw.
A MM All
i acit, huh new Hrl.U ('.itiime oilbfl.
i-..niH fi,.n,M kif..i.ii Miiinat-iioUMi. neii-
I Iuhimi uml .table; aln ajilemlld clM. rn and
lyouua liiiuiinir orcbant. Kltiiaicd l'n mllca
7,fe if - pKfc-ffi- ll-iP
CARRIAGE, BUGGY AND WAGON REPOSITORY,
Franklin Street, CLARKSVILLE, TENN.
r would call the attention of my friends and the publle to my larpre stock of Bnpry,
Carrlafte and W(ton work now on band, direct from the factories ot Busbey, Little at Co.
end E. Hares k Co., Wheeling;, V, embracing; all their various styles, from the finest
Phteton to a skeleton snlky, Including their celebrated New Style Prince Albert Fam
ily KlIRfty, which for comfort, ease and convenience, stand at the bead of all Busies,
and their tjlecl Tire Light work, for young men, fast driving etc; I challenge the Buggy
world for its superior.
In reference to workmanship, style, RnBraafee, etc., I will say that I have, during the
last sixteen years, sold in Southern Kentucky
mis worn, ana uj more wno nave oougnt ann
city, I would refer you, being willing that the
understanding, ir you or your friends should' bny
fails to give satisfaction, yon will confer a special
me and having it repaired by Bnker k Bro., of
BBFUSU TUUK MUNBT UNTIL TOD ARI BATlSrlKO,
Prices as low as any first-class work in any
Sole Aeent for Nnnthern
P. S. I would caution my friends and the
panics cminiinjr to sen mis woric. xne maouiacturera nave but one agency for souths
Kentucky and Middle Tennessee. '
CLARKSVILLE, - TENN.
CIGARS MADE TO ORDER
FINE CIGARS, AT NEW YORK PUICESI
ISENSTEIN & rORTCH.
Feb. 7, 1868-ly
IMPORT AWT !
TO KNOW THAT THE LADIES OF
Clarksville and vicinity can find at Mrs.
Hodgson & Miss Mngulre'e, tbe largest and
beat assortment of
ever brought to Clarksville, which will bo
be sold at reasonable prices,
Having employed one of the best Mllll
n era of Louisville, we feel confident that
we can please our customers.
We are also agenta fortheOrovcrA Baker
Sewing Machines. Respectfully,
HODOSON A MAOUIRE.
April 10, 188-3ni.
Pianos, Organs, School and Mis
celianeous bookh, Mauon
crj. Sheet Music, Peri
odicals, Ylolln and
Guitar Strings, etc, etc.,
(Sign of tbo Oold Pen,)
CLARKSVILLE. - TENN.
T'e are apents for the justly celebrated
"WEBER" riAXOS. which are now ae-
knowMued by all the FlfKt MUKlflans
of New York nnd the Directors of Otiser
vatorles Of Mlislc in New York aud
Urouklvn to be the IlCHt Pianofortes
mnniit'acl iirfd.for their (Treat power, bnl
lisncy and purity of tone, elasticity of touchj
and great durability. Wealso rail attention
to the CUXOYER BUO'S. PIANOS, which
are manufactured expressly for Southern
markets and will sbind the climutr . luey
need no nraise as there are ovef tlrteen
Thousand In Use. They are manufactured
by one of the larRest bouses In New ork
and have all valuable improvcmeui., Includ
ing the agraffe. By special contract, we
are ensbled to sell them lower tbuu many
other first class Instruments.
All Pianos delivered at Manufactu
rer' Prices, and kept In Tune one
venr without rhanre.
We refer all those desirons of knowing
wbrlher we give satisfaction io our sales to
Rev. J. B. West, Itev. A. I). Bears, Ueo. w
Hillman. Geo. II. Wurfield and T. 0. Scott
We are agents lor
J. ESTKT ACO.'S CELEBRATED IRE
M0 1,0 0RUA. S,
which we sell at FACTORY PRICES.
We call the attention o: Country Mer
chants to our facilities la lurnUblng them
School Books Stationery
J. F. CONOVKll will promptly attend to
orders fur Piano Tuning, and guarantees sat
We return thsnks for the encouragement
received thus full and hope to merit a con
tiuuunie of the same.
March SO, lG8-tf.
We are still mannfacturinir for the trade
and to order our fine article of BlfSXleS
Borknwayn, Light Spring Wagons
and LlKht lleniot rat Wagons for ram
111 use. V e do not keep any "luiponeu
tsoik. but onlv that made ly on I .civ el.
ai-k the public to cull and examine our work
and tee how it is put togeiber snd of what
material il is made, as we use the best stock
and employ the most competed workmen.
Repairing done with neatness and
lUrSKESCES Clark k Bro.. B. F. McKsajre
Roach k Kick, Caldwell Co., or Geo. W.
Factory corner Commerce and Third sts.,
BAKER k BRO.
March IS, 1B6I-3DJ.
and this State, over three hundred jobs of
used it, including the livery men of this
work shall answer for Itself. With this
any of this work, and by fair usage It
favor on tbe manufacturers br calling on
this city, at their expense, or permit me to
kentnekv and MldilU Tonne....
nubile atralnst ueddlers and irresnonaible
JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Va
lises and Umbrellas.
iranklln and Strawberry Streets
Tn II AVE ADDED TO OURCLOTUINO
v T la
Merchant Tailoring Business,
nd have seenred the aarvlcea of Mr. ft. A
Ktofm, who baa won for him self consider
able reputation aa a Cutter and Workman
generally, which together with the fine
of every description, grade and extremely
low prices, we hope to merit a continuance
of the patronage heretofore so liberally be
stowed. POLLOCK Jfc CO.
April 17, 1808-tf.
First National Bank,
OF CLARKSVILLE, TEN.
Ownedby Individualsof this city and vicinity
8. F. BEA0H0KT, GEO. B. WABFIELD,
GEO. W. HILLMAN, B. W. MACE AX, JR.,
J. O. HOKNBIROHIt.
Issues no Notes of its own.
AVOIDS THAT RISK.
BECEIVKS DEPOSITS, DEALS IX F.I-
IIIAM.E, 1.0 Lll A0 B 1 1. 1 K It AMI
I'SITKIl STATES B0DS, SELLS
SIGHT UIMFTS 01 NEW
AM) 0TUER CITIES.
COLLECTIONS MADE AJiD PB0MPTLI
S. F. BEAIMOT, Tres't.
W. P. II I' ME, Cashier.
Feb. ill, '68.
FOX & SMITH,
Iron, Guns and Wagon Timbers,
SIGN OF BIG PADLOCK,
Keep on nAND a
FULL STOCK OF
Coo rs' T olS,
Axes, Chains, Koes, Collars, Hames,
Locks, Hinges and Screws.
Hammers, Augurs, Chisels,
Saws, Coffee Mills, Cot
ton Cards, Grind
Spades, Forks and Mattocks,
Iron and Steel.
WACON AND IHGCY MBS,
SPOKES AND FELLOES,
DOl'BLE AKD 8IXGLK GINS,
PISToLS, POWDER, SHOT, LEAD AND
CAPS, POCKET KNIVES, (fine and com
mon), KNIVES AND FORKS, SPOONS,
and a full line of
All of which we are anxious to sell, and
will sell right.
FOX A SMITH.
Sept. 27, 1867.
BOOKS ! BOOKS I !
F. M. DOUGHERTY S
1 would call the attention of the public gen
erally, to my Slock of Hooks, 4C,
just purchased, vis;
I will sell as low a anybody in the Suite
Cash Paid for KAIS.
F. M. BOCGIIEBTf. .
Franklin Street, Opposlt tbe Court
Nov. 2. l?fT-tf.
FRECE & COURTS,
Sign "TENNESSEE IRON,"
FIELD SEEDS !
Garden Implements !
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
V CM mni trmmlm er mtk.
Hay 8. 1868-tf.
(FORMERLY MOORE'S HOTEL)
Having taken charge of this House and
refurnished it tbrodsliont with new furni
ture, I am now prepared to accommodate
regular boarders and transient guests in as
good style as any in tbe state:
Attached to the House, is a fine'
supplied with elegsnt tables and furniture
and will be kept by an attentive and accom
There is also adjoining the office of the
that cannot be surpassed in point of neat
ness by any institution of the kind in .the
country, which will at all times be supplied
with the most choice Liquors, Wines and oe-
gars. i be
which will be waited on by experienced and
attentive barbers, is well fitted up with all
furniture appertaining to a first doss Barber
Prices will be as lew as any other bouse
of the same cross. A portion of tbe public I
patronage Is respecttiilly solicited.
CLAY ROBERTS, Proprietor.
r cb. 28, '08-11.
S. B. STEWART,
TUBLIC SQUARE, CLARKSVILLE,
Drugs, Jledleln.es, Chemicals, Toilet
nnd Fancy Articles, DjestufTs,
Palms, Oils, Varnishes, M In
dow Glass, Putty, Brush
es, Pure Wines and
Medicines warranted of the best quality
All will be sold at the lowest prices for cash.
Special attention given to the compound
ing of Physicians prescriptions.
8. U. STEWART.
Feb. 7, 1868-ly
(Successor to J. F. Mculhopc & Co.,)
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
in ill 1 1 una or
Confectionary, Foreignand Domntic
Liquor; Wines, Fruitt and Nut.
Having returned to Clarksville for the pur
pose of resuming my old orcnimlion as (iro-.
cer, I would solicit from the rltitens end sur
rounding country a share of patronage.
I will keep a full assortment of evety nrti.
cle In my lir.e, and am determined to sell at
the lowest CASH PRICES. Highest prices
Count ry Irxlnoo.
I am also Agent for the sale of
Wilson Pitt's Celebrated Whiskey!
U. A. KUilJ, Agent.
Jan. 20, 1868-tf.
W. R. SSINOIII'BHT, It.
C. tl. BELL.
BR1NGHURST & CO,
(Successors to Bailey, Bringhutsl k Co.)
Wholesale and Retail
And Dealers In
Virginia Tobacco, Havana Cl
gars, etc., etc..
Corner Market and Franklin Sts,
We keep constantly on baud large as
STAPLE AND FANCY
which we are determined to sell at the
LOWEST MARKET TRICE,
and ouly ask or fritoJs to call aud eiau:us
BRIVGHUPST k CO.
March 27, 18 U
We don't want to waste any words about
the nttM orjrrfttt tucrtnum of our Stock
of Goods. Tbe merest stmerHclal vlanca of
our kind patrons, who ffrtor ui with visit,
win sumce to convince tbe most Skeptical
that onr stock Is the most Comolrte to this
section, containing mrylhlnt; la the' differ
ent branches of
Drj Goods, Clothing, fiir min
ing Goods, Boots, Shoes, .
That can possibly be asked for. -
v e have purchased direct from tbe vari
ous Manufacturers, for Cash, thereby
obtaining our Goods at Bottom figures.
This enables ns In sell at lh .rr f.awsi.t
vur rspcriencv miring lue past Olxieea
years and the knowledge of the wants of
this market, encourage us to bone for. and
solicit, your generous patronage.
We sell prints from 10c. upj crash 15 Jo. ;
Towels 20c. and tip: Bleached and Brown
Cottons 12Jc. and up, and all other aniclu
la like proportion.
Thanking you for the kind patronage
beretofoie extended to us, we shall endeavor
by strict and prompt attention to merit
continuance of tbe tame.
March 20, 1888-tf.
W. M. TANDT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
V O 06T
KNOWN GROCERY STAND, formerly
occupied by Lewis k Glass, and known as
the "House Btand, would respectfully In
form tbe trade that ha will keep a
General Stock of Groceries,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
it n i .... ..... .i .. , .
I no can eji special aiieiuion oi iaercnsais
to our stock of Staples which we are deter
mined to sell at such profits as will make it
to their interest to give us a call before eolue
We will give special attention to all con
signments to our care.
W. M. TAXDI.
TENNESSEE I BON.
HAYING SECURED TOB SOLE AGEN
CY FOR THE SALE Off
Tennessee Charcoal Iron,
I am prepared to fill orders for all sites of
the above Iron, at manufacturer's prices. 1
ntui Ii... a luriva lr.t tf l,..ii It 1,.n wlitl.
I wil l Pittsburg Iron Prices 'in this
market, whieh mill K. I.l .n.i.ri.,. ...
Pittsburg Iron In quality. Liberal discouts
will be given to dealers ,
W. M. TANDY.
Feb. 2, 1867 tf.
D. M. QI ABLES, Principal.
Thfs"School will open on the second Mon
day in February, 1868, and will closn Its
hrst term at tbe end of Twenty weeks. Tbe
Principal is a graduate of the University of
Virginia, and has made teuchlng his business
exclusively, since leaving that Institution
some Thirteen yearl ago both in Virginia
and at his residence in this State, Notting
The object aimed at by the Principal, will
be to prewre young incn to enter the Uni
versity of Virginia, or any other College, or
fit them for the business of life. The course
uf instruction will he modelled after that at
the University of Virginia, and, as far ae
practicable, the peine books will be nued.
t'tn ptr Teim 20 WtthIn Advanci.
English and Primary course in Muth
eniHtics .20 09
English and Advanced course iu
Mathematic J 5 00
Languages, each eue dollar per month exlra.
D. M. yLAHLES.
Jan. 17, 1868-tf.
ST- LOUS MUTUAL
JfC InSUmilCC COllipailJ.
HAVING accepted the Loral Aeenry oi
the above Company, I take this method or
Informing my friends and acqimintances gen.
erally that 1 will give esiecial attention to
the taking of riek n and otherwise represent.
i tig tne interests or tbe above well known
It is an undeniable fact that It Is the duty
of every man Io make some
PK0VISI0X FOB UIS FAMILY
fund entiecially his "Utile ones"). In event
of his death.
Fully convinced of the stability of thl
Company, and their liberal and eiii!toLl
manner of doing business. I cheerfully rec
ommend an investigation of lis different
plans before insuring elsewhere.
J. L. r A IT.M, Local Agent.
Dr. W. M FIN LEY. Eiamluliig Pnysl-
C. L. RIDDELL, Gen. Ac't for Kentutifcy
Quarlrs k Rice, Atloruers at Law.
II. C. Merrit, "
B. O. Kresee, Pies't Montgomery Saviugs
S. B. Seat.
W. P. Hume, Cashier First National Bttuk.
Helms k Johnson, Merchants.
Jun. 17, 1 808-tf.
Piippr Ilnni; liitr, Ola
lutj". Act?., iVc.
W. P. Llndlcy,
DEALER IN WALL PAPER, WINDOW
Fire Screens, Taints of Eve
ry Description, Window
Glass, Putty, &c.
Two or three good workman wanted.
Paints mixed ready for use.
A.Shop at Fowler's Hall,
bept. It, 1868-tf
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