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PRTDAY - JCLY 31, JSOR.
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FOU VICE-PRESIDENT :
FRANK P. BLAIR,
the Tt.rms.ii. tnstiMt
Local nrlf government f
A while mm'' ronnfry!
One kind of money or rich and
Kffoiith nrcl'ciiigiiiadc, In various
Jmrta of tlio Stall", to obUin hIkiui
tiirc to memorials l J.rownlow awl
the Legislature urging tlio rojioal of
tho frnnclilHo law nnrt the call of a
Convention to itim-iitl tho Constitu
tion. Wo think thin effort ought to
bo made in every eounty nnd every
man ought to sign the memorial who
If. i n fa vi of peace n n J Const i t u t ional
But, nay some, what Is the use of an
effort that is hound to fail ? They say
that ISrowulow and lib tools will turn
a deaf enr to every such appeal, and
denounce those vrho make it, as rebels
and revolutionists. This Is, no doubt,
true; but does not lctwen tho wisdom
nnd importance of the movement.
Few ore so blind as not to see that the
day is nt hand when this great ques
tion of freedom to tho whites must be.
Retded by some nvcruis or other;
In view of this fact, and In vindica
tion of tlio character of thoso who
may bo driven to the ntost eflcdnal
meftns of obtaining redress, it is im
portant It shall appear upon record
that every peaceful remedy was dili
gently tried before nortlng to the ar
gument of force. In every revolution,
It is desirable that tho party strug
gling for tho right shall seeuvo the
sympathy of mankind and tho sup
port of public' opinion by a clear ex-pof-oof
tlio wrongs to be redressed and
tho manifestation of a desire to re
dress those wrongs, by every means
that promised apeacTnblo agistment.
The man who can not t-avo life or
property by appeals to tho humanity
or integrity of the assailnnt, Is just'i
llcd, by divine nnd lmmnn laws, tu
taking the life of the would bo assas
sin or robU'r. And how much more
fully is be Justified, by an Intelligent
public, when it is known that lie did
ft rive, by peaceful means, to avert tho
necessity for shedding the blood of a
States are but aggregated Individ
ual, and lliesameprinciplesof justice
that apply to individual actioirs, ap
ply equally to communities driven to
the like necessity for self-protection,
and the same law-abiding spirit and
love of peace that win Justification,
sympathy and respect for tho isolated
defender of life and property are no
less beneficial and no less readily ex
tended to communities struggling for
the preservatioir of the most valued
In order to gain I lie vantage ground
here indicated, memorial should go
upfront all part of the State to the
I.ej'Islat urc, ami since It fs the last
Haceful remedy within our reach, the
appeal will throw upon thai Isxly the
entire rcsinsMlity for whatever re
sults may follow. Peace and prosper
ity, constitutional liheity anil polit
ical Justice are dependent upon The
will of the I legislature. If that body
in a spirit of malignity, or a base lust
for power, iknie these blessings to
I lie State, doe It expect tlio great
body of the Conservatives tocouflnue
the passive victim of it tyranny, or
vcpleiiislicrs of a treasury from which
thievish lingers art! never withdrawn?
Such expectation Is growing daily
more absurd. Kvcry day wo are be
Ing driven nearer to that point of des
peration from Mhich there will be a
terrible nr ill that point beyond
which human endurance cannot be
Wiikx we see a nianof the shrewd
lies and experience of Andrew John
son, gravely recommending, in the
miil-t of n revolution involving the
very existence of free government,
radical changes hi the organic law,
we are more continued in tlicopiniou
that I he masses are incapable of t-elt-foveriiiiu
ut. 1 1 has long been a tu
vi.rlic idea, with Ihe President, that
the government ought to In' brought
nearer to the p-iw-pd-c, ami thai to
do this (he most conservative fi-nl iiii-h
of the federal s (em should be oblit-
rated, that a wider Held may licgiv
in l'i the demagogues hie labors
have ever been dlrti-tnl to Ihe upprox
i ma I ion of tln government to the eon
Alston and In stability of a political
We sc.- H i g.Mve objection b the
election of President by a dllccl vole
of the people; but our oh-ervaliou
lul l satisfied us that Ihe frequency of
c'.ei-iions, and Ihe multiplication of
rlectivc :lllecs have done more than
any inle cause t deiuir.i!i.c ihe
country and sap the i'oiuidalioiiol' ',ee
and sl.il.lcgoNi ruuicut, l.iUrlv is a
lii il .lc plant, and unless, fenced in by
slrongT-estrletloiis Is never sale from
tho heedlos tramp of a mob. it Is a
law, no loss in physic than In meta
physics, that extremes meet, apd the
experiment of the last elglrtyears has
taught ift thnt the difftreTieo between
an nbsolutedespo'ism and a free gov
ernment degenerated Into a mob, Is
that the latter the niot oppressive
rule, nnd that It Is better to trust a
J single man an autocrat than n
clique, each vicing for distinct ion and
precedence In the political Pandemo
nium boiling over with' Just, avarice,
flnibitlon and every base passion that
makes demons of men and their gov
eminent a hell.
It Is conceded by tho ablest writers
on the subject, that a learned and up
right Judiciary is the bulwark of lib
erty Justice being the ground-work
of every social or pollen! system which
secures tho rights, prosperity and hap
piness of those subject to its influence.
Learning and integrity can never bo
leading characteristics of an elective
Judiciary, because Integrity yields to
selfish ambition nnd tlio art and
trlckqry necessary to secure office, and
learning is swallowed up In tho whirl
of popular excitement, or supplanted
by the study of the current questions
Upon which hung popular favor, and
tlio success of candidates for judicial
Whenever the legislative departs
ment holds out tho temptation to trail
t lio Judicial ermine In the mlro of pol
ities, pcculinr fitness ceases to com
mand its Just reward, and tho briefless
pettifogger is placed upon an equal
footing, before tho people, with the
profoundest lawyer. At this point,
Justice becomes a matter of chance
and tho whole fabric of government
begins to totter to its Inevitable fall.
Tho only security for liberty and
Justice, Is to remove, as far as possible,
from the p-e-e-p-l-e, every branch of
tho judiciary and secure to It a tenure
of office independent of popular igno
rance, and caprice, political excite
ment nnd party prejudice. Begin
with the Supreme Federal Court and
come on down to tho humblest tribu
nal known to our system, if you
would see the evil consequences of a
Judiciary connected by interest and
sympathy with the political contests
of the day, nnd from the lesson learn
enough of wisdom to frown upon ail
such efli.vts as that which Andrew
Johnson is making to bring the gov
ernment nearer to the p-e-e-p-l-o by
mixing both, as now, in ono vast,
seething mobocracy, on the surface of
which floats the filthy scum, whilst
liberty and justice lie stlflod under the
putrid mass of moral corruption. '
Tub most savage ami fiendish net
that has hitherto blackened the char
acter of Radicalism, is the lill for
arming the negroes of tho South.
True, such Is not the professed object,
and, with a devilish sort of cunning,
they pretend to make it a genernl
law naming carefully all tlio North
ern States as recipients of their ratio
of the distribution of arms. But the
friimersof tu bill Uwiw tu4 IU1U4
leal ('tovciionof the Northern States
will studiously withhold said arms
from any but lladical militia, and that
the proviso requirlirg thnt the South
em militia bo loyal to the existing
despotism, will withhold from all but
negroes and scallywags the guns to be
None but the most stolid fools can
be deceived as to the intent of the
law. But the Uadical Congress seems
to forget that tho brave, sturdy anil
intelligeir1 Anglo-Saxons wliocan not
lie induced to bow to the tyranny in
augurated by a portion of their own
race, can not and will not submit to
the rule of Ethopians no matter by
whom upheld, or how armed- They
forget, too, that tho more brutal their
legislation, the more violent the reac
tion when the point Is reached which
makes death preferable to tho degra
dation and suffering inflicted by a
worse than savage despotism.
Tin- President, obedient, ns hereto
fore, will doubtless sec that tho arms
are placed in the hands of those for
whom they arc Intended; but we shall
be deceived if fhey do not ultimately
pass into the possession of those whom
they are intended to murder. And if
tho majority at the North submit to
this brutal net, thlsgrcat national dis
grace, the fact will lie demonstrated
that the rebellion, as It Is insultingly
called, was a glorious and righteous
effort to dissolve all connection with
such a people.
)-!M'1( ITIC If Kil l l41.
We are authorised by tho Mont
gomery County Democratic Club to
announce that there will be a public
speaking at the Court-house, on
Wednesday evening next at S o'clock.
It is the wish of the club that there
be a full attendance. The crisis In
State and Federal affairs is momen
tous enough to call into active exer
cise every patriotic emotion and to
arouse every latent energy of an op
pressed and insulted people. Indiffer
ence now means willing submission,
niul invites additional wrongs at the
hands of a despotic minority. Then
turn out, and show the spirit of men,
so far at least as not to Iki quiexeeut
when so much Is to be done for self
protivtion. a- - - ---
Tin: ( lovernoi 's message is too long
for publication this week, and it may
I belter for the honor of the Slate
to njipprcss it altogether. It is the
most villainous document Unit has
j emanated from the same villainous
! source. In spirit, it is malignant and
blood-thirsty ; in matter, It Is false,
j insulting and incendiary, and in man
lier, it is purely Itrow nlowlsli that
j is, devoid of ( very thing that rharac
I leil.es the statesman, the patriot, Hie
: I lirisi i.iu, t!ie gentleman. We have
I no patience to tlisM ct Ihe foul thing,
i and shall hand il over lo our readers,
next wci k, not to please them, but lo
j preserve il as a specimen of the liadi
e.llistu of Jm-.
Montgomery Count; Drmotralft
. v CHb- . x
At a meeting held at McCauley's
Hall, Clhrksville, Tenn., on the l.Tth
Inst., for the purpose. of organizing a
Democratic Club for Montgomery
county, (len. J. O. Hornlwrger wan
called to tho chair, and It. W. Thom
as nppolnted Secretary.
On motion of Oen. W. A. Qunrles,
tho following constitution was
HAMS AMD OBJECTS.
This nrgnnlxntlnniOiull be styled the Dcin
ornitfc CliiUof Mrmtuoincry county.
Tli imI" object Is to rwtoie the eonnlry
to constitutional Roveriiincnt ami to tliix
cnl wu propose loronsoldt.ltoe nil thcele
incTils of ronKi'rviitlsui, thnt ttiey imiy lie
hurltsl hi wjllit column iohui 1 ho ihnlicul
cohorts, iu the Hiiiroachiiig l'lvahlcutlal
In cnUinir ourselves DernTnt, vfl tin o
without reference, to former party Ihkiicm,
anil for the leiixon that the Democratic
party North Ik the only one cnpiihl of o
p(.slni;elt'ectlvercftlliince lo the radical war
upon llie('ons(ttution;anl IhJIiIm fiptrlt. we
earnestly call. uon all patriot, Irrespective
of party or creeil, to nfseinhlc under that
hanner; ami Invite otir fricniln thrnntthout
the State to form Hlmllilr orKanlxatlonn In
each county, which shall be In close com
munion with euch other.
The officer of this Cluhslinll conMRt of n
lYivlttcnt, wven Vice President, iwo Ite
cortlliiK Secreturiei, a torrPHponiliim secre
tary, n Treasurer, Finance Committee of
Klve, un advisory board of five und Com
mittees of Three on Knrollment three for
each civil district of the county.
llfTIFS OF OFFICKHS l'RKSlnlwr.
The President shall president nil nicotinic1
of tlieClub anil preserve order. He shall
have authority to call nieotlnxs whenever
he may think the interest of the Club re
nal res It. Jlesluill slim all reiinlsltionmipon
the Treasurer for funds. And It shall be ills
special duty to place, himself, with the Hid
of the Coi -responding Heerotiiry, In Imme
diate communication wltlt la-omlnent ac
tive memlM'in of Ihe Pemocrntlo party In
every county of the State, and maintain
audi communication with the view to
the thoniutili and npeedy organization of
Ihe pnrly iuone compact mass. It shall be
his duly to report at each regular ineetliui.
the numerical strength of Ihe Club, nnd
transmit Ihe information to eneli county
club In the State, ami solicit a return of like
Information, that we may nscel tnlu our full
strength 111 the Htutc.
The senior Vice President present shall
exercise an rne nnienoiiHoi me I'resiueni in
the absence of the hitler.
k neon in no SKcnKTARV.
The Heconlliln Secretary shall keen, In ft
well iKiund book, a minute, of all tile pro
ceedings of tlieClub, nod hIkii tho same.
He Klmll keen a roll of nil inemliers nnd
countersign all orders drawn by the Presi
dent upon the Treasurer, nlld Khali hove Ihe,
custody or ana ne rcsimiisime lor an me
books nnd pnpersof his olllce.
TheCnrrespondlng Secretory shall, under
the direction of the President, conduct nil
correspondence Willi other clubs, ami (mt
soiis nctlng in concert with ns; procure
eakers jo address the Club mid the
people of Montgomery county from time to
time during the canvass, nnd shall dlsseml
imtcsuch enmpnign documents in advocacy
of our cause us may he procured for the pur
pose. . '
The Treasurer shall reeclva nil moneys
collected by ihe Finance Cninmiftceo nnd
from other sources, and disburse the snnie
iinilerlhe ordersof the President, sanction
ed by the Club, mid shall render utencli reg
ular meeting astutemcnt of the moneys re
ceived and disbursed during the preceding
TheFtnanceCouimttleeshnll solicit rnm
nil classes of our citizens friendly to the
cause, material aid in money, stationery,
furniture, eet., nnd turn the same to the pro
per officer once n week and make report
thereof, In writ ting, at each regular meeting,
of their work for the preceding week. They
shall, in connection with the President,
1roeure n hall suitably furnished for tho
Hub to meet in.
COMMITTHISS ON I KROI.I.MENT.
The Committees on Knrollinent for the
resNH!llve wards nnd civil district, shall
each procuroa well hound book, and pro
eeisl fmniedlafely to visit eneli citizen of the
ward or district nndsnMelt his name foren-i-ollmeiit
as a member of the Club; nnd In
enrollingu member the committee shall as
certain in each case whether tho member
labors under any dlsnbllllty which will pre
vent his voting In Ihe President inl election;
nnd they shall keep such ns cannot, vole in
n nrn i ntn ItsT, Mtl't si rrriMt ttlviii t-r i,
Itecordtiig Secretary, w ho shall kisp scpa
ratellstol' the voters and uou-vobrs, num
bering the names In each list in consecutive
order.soth.it the last number entered oi
oneh list will show lis nnmercal strength.
It shall be Ihe duty of the Fnrolllug Com
mittees to report their enrollments to th'
lteeordlng Secretary nt ench regular meet
ing, and they shall impress upon each
meiulM'renrolled, the vital importance of
procuring registration certificates for vot
he.;, and of being promtly at the pollson
the day of election, and of working might
and main in the Interval to swell the num
ber of liemocratle voters. The enrolling
commltteesshall als-i report n ItNtofall er
sinswhoare in sympathy witti ns, but from
any cause, may notilesireto U'come inem
Im'ih; illstlngutsliing in tldsclass.as Inthe
other, Ihe voter frtnn the non-voter; and
they shall us' every endeavorlooblaln mid
report n correet list of the Itadiciil voters.
I'.neh Kumllment I'oiuiulltee shall beex
otliiio n Fiiemee Committee, nnd shall so
licit money from nil friendly lo the cuiso, to
lecxp-udcd for the purposes lierelnlM.foi-e
set forth; and they shall pay over nil mon
eys so collected tolheTreasurernf each reg
ular meeting, and inako report thereof In
OKI ICKJ IIOW FIl.I.KD,
The President, Vice Presidents nnd Treas
urer shall tic elect il by the Cluli a iuiJoi-.
ty of those present deciding. All other
olMccr nnd committees shall Is' appointed
by the President, wltu the consent of Hie
Tteiulnr meellngs oftheCinb shall beheld
nt their ball every Saturday night at 8p. m.
Amendments to tln-se laws mnv lie pro.
posini at nuy regulnr meeting, In writing,
anil ifapprovisl by it inajoril.v of tbeiutin
bers present tit two conseeullve regular
meetings, shall be considered as adopted.
REMOVAL FROM OFFICK.
Any officer maybe removi'd for neglect
of duly, or liieompeieiicy, by u majoi My of
two-thli-dsot' the membei-s present Ht 'two
luiuseeutive regular ineialiigs.
On motion of Judo King, the Club
proceeded to the election of perma
nent ofllcers, -with tho following re
President,.! U Ilornberuer; Vlco Presi
dents, I. Thomas, l Kennedy, Jl. K.
Hold, T Abeimilhy, .1 II fclllclm-w, W II
Croui'li, Nianfoiil liarrard; lleconltiig Sec
relaries, W A Solomon, C (' McKlrov ; Cor
responding Secretary, John W Faxon:
Treasm , .fas. ,. tliant,
The rresident then read the follow
ing list of appoint ments :
Advisory lu.ard W A qnarlcs, ti V Ken
nedy,.! F House,,! K llailey, .1 .1 I'riisiiuni.
Finance Coumill lei X 1,'l'liomav i Inilr
nuin, I leo Iicusicln, U A Itoth, 11 M Acn e,
COM M ITTKR ON FN HOLM ENT.
1st waiil 11 F MeKeage, M llSisit.C H Ilar.
Jnd wardClay liobcrls.T lHeot(, Jno I
M ward CM Stuart, .1 J Hamlett, U K
Ilh wai l - J W Jones, II J) Johnson, j y
'nil ward-Polk Johusrni, Lit Clark. J W
nili :mt- C W lU'.nimont.T II llyinnn, J
71 li wanl-.l 11 J.ieU(.oii, V C llarkKilalc,
I I, -lirv Cum I-..
stb ward u Tompkins, Sam Johnson, tt
1st Civ'l lUstrlet -() W HlllUptoll, Joliu 11
I ,i , . i i- in iei.
Jd HU. It F Ferguson, W KJnliuwm, lien
Id is-s. llllTlio.uas, K U liubncy, Jai-k
A n let sun.
. 4t li liN. J o Ki ndi lcl!, A J Wootou, j.
.all I'is.-T Klrby, X I. Xortlilnglon, Jus
i h I ii.-lt P Howling, P A V Jobiisoii. X
II I u. II -v.
7i!i t ;s. 1 V F.dunnls, J W Howell, Kte-
pie II Pellll's
stb is. A (I Itrown, A H Woods. Tlionnis
M.h lus.-J KOulliiw. IICiuidlc.A Colinan I
leili I 'is. i; 1, Williams, J ll.inoul, Jos I
I lib I i. John Croiieh, II V Missly, J M I
l.i ii tils. J 0 Hi-.nl, W II Fi in ress, Kii An-
1 ii It 1 .k. J II Taylor, J M Wilson, ( .
I .ill I'is.-M II U Wilson, C n I. McCuuiey,
1 1 linm u.
lull lns.- T llatsoii, O Tii'!ey, T II liar
per. rih lis.-s i: Itamey, W M nrgaln, V 11
Iih IM. - W n M.tt tilt, J I' luly, W Ilj;;-
10th Ills. Ilolfo Eldrldge, C C Wall,' Bud
Uth n.--J r lfoleu,Tine Smith, Wm Al
len, Jr. 1
Tlie Club then ndjoumctl, subject to
the call of the President. t
.f. O. HonJiliKHfiEn. Prcs'L
- 4U . - '
V. A. fsOTfON,
! ) See's.
C. IT. Mc Emioy
Thr Jscw York Itound Table, alit
eraryjoiininl with Itepubllen'n tenden
cies, makes the following admission :
' If we closely compare nnd weigh
the two present candidates, Grant
nnd 'Heymour, nnd'nre nble to consider
their merits apart from political bias,
it is impossible to deny that the latter,
by natural intellectual powers, by ed
ucation, by social culture, by experi
ence of public affairs, Is infinitely the
fitter man of the two to be rresident
of tho United States."
Washington, July 25. Itotli Houses have
rushed business through to-iUiv. prepara
tory to n recess on Monday, which Is now
cert all., not withstanding tho opposition of
ine of t liese crenlures, Hamilton, of Flor
ida, presented Impenchment articles, In no
eordance with Ihe programme ngreisl on
the other day. The House refused to table
them, but consigned them to the Judiciary
Committee, where they will sleep.
The Under-Illnglmm smelling committee
were dlsehnrgisl from the further consider
ation of theirdlity business.
TheSenateeonlirmed nnd rejected n Inrue
numlier of persons to-dny. The conflrnnt
llrm of Foofe as Commissioner of Patents
rellevesden. Stout, who ngitln assume" the
The bill to arm negroes, which was refer
red In the Mouse to-night. Is killed.
Among the continuations to-day are Al
vln Hawkins, of Tennessi-e, Consul at Jlnv
nna, mid J. J. iiittt, District Attorney of
WAsmnTox, July 27. Tho Rennte wns
In session from Inst evening until o'clock
this inorntng. To-diiy's IuisIiichs was eliief
ly done in executive session, when n largo
nunilM'r of nominations were disposed of.
The lobby wits present In large iiumliers,
nnd It wns almost Impossible to move about
the Senate halls.
An nltempt was made beforo the execu
tive sistslon to pass bill providing for
provisional government for Virginia, Tex
as mid Mississippi, but the Dilnocials
threatened a debale, nnd it failed.
The tariff bill, flic bill to arm the negroes,
..l l,Cl.....l.. I..I. Toln.,,1 lMnl ..n....n..A-
The Fiiinllug bill passed tlie'ltouse, but It
In reported tliar I lie rresident am not sign IU
When Colfax nnnoimccd the recess a burst
of npplnuse followeil, nnd tho members
Kccmeii rejoicen iiae my many ueiiguieu
sclioolboys over a holiday.
The President went to his room In the
enpllol this morning tho first time ho has
nccu mere lor more iiiait a year
The contest over tho Kevenue Commlss
lohcrshipcnntlnucil until the last iiiomeiit.
The vote would liuvo been taken on the
nomination of governor I itinmings liad
not the time for adjournment arrived. II is
understood that he would have been de
feated. It is uncertain what the President
would have done respecting this phu-e. Ho
was pressed strongly by the friends of Oen.
linrbrldgeto send In his name, but dcclimsl.
A ntimlier of prominent Deiuocruls were
very act lve for llurbridgo.
The President will not call nil extra sess
ion. Col. Mnssey, who lobbied the bill thronh
Congress giving su Marie 910,(11111 for the ap
prehension of Surrntt, got un Injunction
to-day restraining payment, of that indi
vidual until he li(iiiilated Masscy'a clulia
for lobbvlng It through.
The Kadieiils liave signed an ngreement
that there will I si no reassembling In Sep
temlier unless Cieii. Hcheneek aiui Senator
Morgan, Chairmen of their political com
mittees, notify them of sumo extraordinary
lien, lluiler Is very restive under the ter
rible exconttiou administered hy senator
Henderson. The House granted hlin the
privilege of printing his remarks in reply
Wasiiinoton, July 28. Thp President has
Issued orders reorganizing various mililnry
districts In the South, lien. Housseau. as I
telegraphed you il month ago, lakes com
mand of tho lilstrlct of IiOutsuna nnd Ar
kansas. The President also removes (len.
Kmory from this department, which he
has purposed doing since that Individual
ncted his part In In the Impeachment trial.
The Southern members have agreed on a
frogramme wnicn win startle ine country,
n n onntereni'e with leading Itnilicals tbev
decided to have electors In the reitonstruct
ed Stales chosen by the Legislatures as was
formerly done by South Carolina. Tills
will Insure that entlro vot for Grant and
Colfax, if the legislature of those States
carry it out, or which there cuu be no doubt.
It Is held llilit 1 t-Sii .1., m ' ikiwme
to presenrje the muduof choosing electors.
Memphis, July 27. Tho Merchants' Na
tional Hank, of lemplils, which was closed
about n month since lor Ihe alleged viola
tion of the national banking ai l, after an
examination, bv a snt-cial acnt of the
Treasury liepartment, has been tiirmsl over
lo us oinccrs una wok reopuued this inorn
tng. Atlanta, July ?!. Tho military eom
nilsslon for the trial of the Columliiw pris
oners to-day nillourned sine die. Tho pris
oners were remanded to Ihe custody or the
post commandant lit Columbus, and will
tie released on kJu.MJO ball each lor future
appearance If called on by the State,
'1 he Democratic convention to-dav nomi
nated lien. John II. Uni-doii and Hon. John
I.. Clarke electors for the state at large.
The nominations nud platform of the New
York Convention were rutin, il.
The House passed the following by a vote
of 117 to an:
yfcsofiwf, Thnt we respectfully and ear
nestly petition Congress ti, remove from
every citizen of lieorgla, lrresa?etive of
part y association, the disabilities Imposed
by the third section of the 1 II h amendment
totheConstltntloii of the Cnlleil statist. .
OHITl AHY. .
TiEn, of the resilience of her mother. In
this county, on the a"ith lnl., of consump
tion. Mrs. Ki.lk.n Xf.hlf.tt, consort of llr.
W. K. Xeblett ainl daughter of llenj. and
KII.U Hatcher. Aged 2i ye.trs, H utontlis
mid Zi days..
While attending the Tin pt 1st Femnle Col
lege; and during a revival in the baptist
Church In llopklnsville.Hlie professed relig
ion, but owing to doubts w hich obscured her
mind In regard to the strength of her faith
in Chrlsl, she was not bnpli.ed until ism.
she I lieu ciiums'lcd herself Willi the Oruvs
ville llapllst Chui'ch.ol w hlchshe remained
n consistent nieniber until her death. She
was eoiitlned n long I line he the disease
which tlnally terminated her'llfe, and du
ring her sickness she had, at times, duys of
almost Intolerable anguish, and yet she
ho re all with the most composed christian
resignation. She freiinentlv con verse. I with
her hiisbnnit upon the subject of religion,
nnd always et pressed the ilis-piwl, sense of
the tnlerest . whieti she felt she had In the
love of the Kedeemer, and seeined anxious
thai her sniveling might teriuiuiite, that
she might Mud rest In Heaven. At times
thewellure of her two llllle clilhtren seem
il to is'iir heavllv upon her mind, but
shortly lie fore she dleilslieioniiultteil them
lo kind friends, and then saiil to her hus
band. "IValh hath no horrors now." She
died In hope or a happy linmmtallty, and
left Iwo llllle children bereaved of a moth
er's cure, met her husband, mother, brothers
and sisters to mourn her earl r lists. Hut
their loss Is her gain hu sleep's lu pence
she rests III lletuell.
"In heaven there is rest -Mint thought
lmth Ihe power,
To S.-U1 let-1 be shade oi l 1 f. dreariest hour
'lis it suuls'itm that daw n, )n u stormy
"flsihe first beam of hope to the travel
ler's eye. A. . a.
TIIK lil -KI.I X KXt lTEMEXT
has sulwidisl In our midst and given wuy to
that caused by Ihe arrival of H large lot of
the celebrated Hodly" wagon which, to
gether with Ihe Frolsi llodley Uuggles,
have inn. lea reputation in this eoiinlry thnt
cniie l,e ntrrr,ilin utuil, ,l. This work Is
made In Wheeling, Vn., to ,,t,r order, nnd
we warrant II tspnil lo any home work.
Call at our Heoosiiorv. im u,..rf 0,i
examine for you i. K.st.nel you will "donbl
K. H. IlllIXlllIPnST CO.
Xirr firil.TY.-Wearer. i,,teil to slate
that Fgliert lleauinont has not taken the
iM iicllt of the llankrupt Law.
July ill, IHiM-lw
Selling out nt cost at liop , v House Fur
nishing Fin pot lum.
I'lMtlpoiietl-unill th l Monully m
Augusi-the mile of Ihe d, si.i,le fsmllv
residence formerly iM'em.i. ,i n it v
I.iiisli, Sale totuke plaeeat thel'ourt-
house door, at 11 oVIim k A. M. Terms one
Ibird cash, balance In and Ik mouths. A
lien retained. M. Till M AM.
J. II. .Mai.i.oiiv, Auctioneer. July 21 2w.
I. a I Iters I I ember t pounds of
llit'e fealliers f.,r Kile. Applj .,
. , 1 "Ais. I..MUXKI.IX.
'TheC ainpnlirn or General Forrest
nd ForrMl'aCnvnlry," mtuly furdellv
ry lo sulmcritMTR, nt CourU Benumnnt'B,
Clarksville, nnd at PeMas A Gold';. Ifw
Provldcnoc. : ' , ;
July !U, 'lU-lm.' .
AbMractorthc2Sth Annual Statement
, , ' , OT.TRB ' ' il
IasuiHiiee Company. ;
On V im Iht JmHfr mf mtmlt't OKr:
ASSKTSJ AT MAUKET VALVE!
Cnsh on hnnd. In Ilnnk, and ilua
from Agents flW.TTMl
I lilted States Securities l.'si.wn.iii)
l.oans on approved Securities l.VJ,:IMi.ou
New York llank stocks......... IKi.liVisi
Hartford Hank stocks 2ri,a:W.iiii
Mlscellanisius Ilnnk stocks &'!e,.W)
lJonds state, City, Ilallrond, tuid
Connecticut tnte ronrts.. iini.issi.ih
Ohio State Stock S!),"iei).ai)
Accumulated Interest, 4,:ui"i.9U
Total liabilities Slll.tM
Toll income for fiscal year..', l,774.(rl"i.lH
Total dlsluirsements l,imn.UH.Hu
Totnl Losses Pnlil bjr 1IXIX,
. , , M- 1'ITMAN, Agent,
Jy 81, '0-3t. Clarksville, Tenn.
.. SIMPSON COUNTY FAIR!
'PTIE FinsT ANNUA!, EXITiniTlON OF
I Simpson County Agricultural nnd Me-
M 11 1, 1 1'. . 1 iiannlntl.,- ...Ill .................
.!'plr Fair Grounds, ono mile north of
On Tnmulny, leplcmber lath, 101.
and continue five consecutive days. The
premium list will lie ready by the 1st of Au
gust, and can be had upou application to
. W. C. MONTAGUE, Pres'U
D. A. Calowkli., Hte'y.
July 81,;1S.1iji. . .
. FEMALE INSTITUTE.
THR tINDKKSIOXEn WIM, COM.
1 nienee n school for the instruction of
liiuiNU i.Aiui-js, on Monday, the 81st of
Al.KUSt, I 'sis.
Tkhms ll, llfl, nnd $21 per session of 20
wreMj tungitages, na.t.
L. 1. RING, A. M,
July 81, imis-.lt.
f R. K W. AVEATHEns, OF THR I.ATE
UL nrm oi rnrniey , cntiiers, has isen
admltttHl to an Interest In our business, the
unit mime ti'iinii il I fig uiieiiitllgf.il,
SMITH 4 H0TCHINGS.
July SI, '68-2m.
THE TAXF.S FOU YEATIS PAST HAVE
iHS-n unpaid by many to the present
time, and if not settled, will positively lie
rmuriifti opiore mo ncxi i ircuit coun.
Your nllentlon is called to nn ordlnnnee to
deflne the duty of City Marshul us Kevenue
Skc. 4. That the Collector of Hevenno
shall tie liable for all the tuxes which ourht
tobebylilm collected; rrovtilerf, lie shall
not, on or before the first regular meeting
of the Board In the month of January of
each year, show, on oath, tothe Mayor and
Aldermen of this corporation sultielent rea
son for having f illed to collect thesnme.
You are all aware thnt'yoii have nnt paid.
This will give j-ou duo notice, nnd delay will
ns certainly find your taxes sued for ns vou
lire living, without, regiint to lriends or foes.
All must travel tliesnnie route.
M. W. CARKl'FF,
ity Marshal nnd Itevcuuu Collector. '
July ill, 'UH-2w.
St. Cecilia's Academy,
rpiIE ATTENTION OF PAItENTH AND
X liiiiirdiaus is invited to the alsive Insti
tution lor YOUNU I. VlilKS, situated in one
of the most ilullglu lul and huull liy locations
Tiie Full nud Seventeenth Session will
ooimiieuce on the
First Monday In September.
For furl her part leulars, npply at the Acad
emy, or uddress the
Ht. Cecilia's Aeadeiny, Mt. Vernon,
Jy 81, It. near Nashville, Tenn.
riitlE FAI.I, SESSION OF THIS IVSTI-
1 tutlou U'glns on the 7th of September
i t 00
Musle .....-10 no
1'se of Instrumeiii f, no
Fpi'nell mill Itt.riiiiit, .,.,li nil mi
(Ireek and Latin , i!"'.'.'.!.""..Z 111 no
iioaniiiig is mi
Washing, perdoxen , an
Mulrlculution lee 2
JOS. 11. WEST, lios't,
Clarksville, July 21, 'ns-tf.
FLOYD ST. PLANING MILL,
(One square north of Main.)
J. IIIXOX 1IKOWK CO..
Mannllietnrersor Itoors. Nnsh. Ill I nils,
r rsuiM, n....i.ir, iirHCHeis, i'fii
inK liwxcss, t'loori.iK, elc., ami
. llfHii'n In
ROUGH AND DUESSED Ll'MCEK,
SIIINUI.KS, AND lll'It.IHNU MATK
HI A I. OF ALL, KI.MlM.
n.VVING iiurchnsed the stand reiynfly
occupleii by Mr John Card, No. 1' luist
Main street, between Fii'st und Swimtl. Iik
gether with Ills entire stis'k, consisting of
Honrs, siusu aiui luiiius, we will eoiiiinue lite
same us a wiireroom, In connection with
our planing mill, Irolil and tiller this ditto.
Statement of the Condition
. OF THE
j. iiprnivfP rniTnivir
On the lat day of Jnly,,l. I., IMUs),
Made to the He.erelanj of the Mate
Namr and I.ocatio!. The name of the
Company is the TxA INKHKANCK CO.,
nnd It Is located at Hartford, Conn,
Capital. The mtniunt of Its capita! Is
tiihi:i: nii.i.io.vs or ihm.i.ark,
mill Im hII altl I...
invesnsl 111 Ileal r.siate,
t S. lloiuls. Unllroatl.
State mill I'orisiralloii
Slocks all find class the
value of which are .s.0.nvi.HO.I
G' i-uW on V. II. JOi:N. mill iret a
Pulley. July IT, l-Nlft-lt.
FAUSl FOR SALE,
l li.nlM'lh Uluck i-l iiIk vh. JaiaiK li. M.
JUut-k t ulii.
1T Itxt'ANT li a il tre o In tliU rauto n
Is Mtl hi (ho Mity it'i iii. ul HitM'lr-
t'lill Cmui for MuiiiKonu-ry f-ititiity, IVn
1i--W'i, nil TlM'rttllty, Siit'llllcr Ht li, MW, ai
t iu 4 'ourl-hiMtw lMir iu I Itu UviHh, 'i itin..
1 Will oiler H-vUi lu Uii liWlHnl l)h1iUT,
Ihtit vt'iy valiiiittUt tVrui on llu hoiiIIi with
ol I iiiulKM htii't rlvi'r. known uk Hint It I'ui'iU
und iMiw ixviipll ,y John ii, ithit-k.
rMim ih i in citiiNixiw oi iwoneiuiy L'OiiiiK-
llOUH triMi.0H'i(rHlHtllillU U'J lUTKHItllll l lie
oilit-r kji.j nrn-M. 'i'lut liitul u hue rlvtT Uu
toiu, mo.ttly wlllnii Iwo mill ol ( IhiUm.
vuih, ilfnilluUy w-mm.cI, w Itu iuvr lail
lim hii lnus Ixtiilfrinu on liio run, with
rotntortaliltf lwllltitf itii'l Hiuilry otil-
lioiiM H, n u(mh nt lul.lMtrlHHMl, Kin) wlu rt
laud nt r.ii'ttily cnlniiu inu In vulut. 'J'Iiih
lalul IN Kjil( to la- t'-i'liViit .r I'.tnlurii.tt
hay, tolnr.si, ( urn, i ic. Anyonu UKii hiK
lo fXauuitf, run vmH (tuii ins kliuwit lli
'1 ku- Ton imt rent. oh, (lir Imlniu t- In
four t ii i I Miyiii.ui4, vitvh wilh lnttMi'i
from iitmii't iJiih h follow"! JaiiUHiy
l-vrft; Hi iiiKiiiU r hid, Jn-m'; Jatiiury aiIi,
N-'' orr Mli, l"71. Noli-, wilh u',iiw!
k.m tii ii.v r. 'imif.l, ami u lieu rwluinrit for
Hit- imh'liiiM uiotifv.
J. V. WIUJAMKOV,
( li-ik uiul loiui.ii'MJimi'r.
July 17, '0 iw-nf.
NEW FIR M !
COULTER, MOORE & CO.
s- . SttetMor$ to - - -
Tim O, Keesce & Co.
. ' . fc-DEALI;R8 INs-i
C3r "ULXl.S !
' ' Queensware, ,
, i '
r ' i i"'r
' 1 1 ! . .
1 StrtiAV Cnttci's,
L. E A THE RS,
.. ,. . ' : f - M ' l
Stoclcs nnd Dies,
,0 , ' Hammers, . Vt'
ii .1 i 'i Ilntcliets,
. i r t i
Steel Hoes. .. .. . ..
.;;; j, i Tind gnoc Tools,
Mill, . s .
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Also a large assortment of
GUNS AND PISTOLS,
TAME KMVES AXD FORKS,
SCISSOltS AXD SHEARS.
In other words, we keep goods Almost
Which we will sell lit the
LOWEST CASH PRICES
AT ALL TIMES.
- . .-. -.."'
Wo also keep on hand n large lot of
House Funiisliiug Goods
' ' i i
t . -KIK-
nud I lie I'lili'iil Iron Iioukli'
abijl hlluVKI, ri.UW.
Al"i, - -
The Grand l'rnlrlc Washing
O -V 1Z 1 .
Mt'ksrs. Kl. Tiirulry, Itnli't K. Mnori, nud
J, K. Ilrownliiu will Uu lu ullrniliiiuv, nud
iiuwt (iinlliilly Invito tlu-lr frli iuU uiul llif
public generally tn go tlipin a cull.
(OUTER, NOME L IU
July 17, 18w-ly.
AN EI.KQANT AND
full aasortnient of Ilo-
mouil, Opnl, Emerald,
rnrl, Ituby, Be pi ii re and plain Uold
Rngltsh, Orftcvn and Amerlcnn'
.. UOLD AXD SILVER CHAIN'S,
- - iHWKliRV, .
IO I.I D NII.VI.R WARE,
, trt ritrhtrm, KUIiriiM Vmbltli,
, . , , j CASTORS, , .
Flower nnd Frnlt Stands,
Pickle 81 amis,
English Knives and Forks,
A large lot of real
' letll NpOetftolem,
In Oold, Silver and steel Frames, nt
E shall keep nn linlnl ft ftitl nsaort-
nieiii in hii kiiiiis or masses, ami
can suit nil. Ail iiowis wiirmnU'd
ns relirest.ntiftil uiiil m.,1,1 ul IiuuulI
New York prices. y k
A fino Assortment of HET1I THOMAS
C'LOt'IvH-the best made, ;', t '
Juno 1, lWS-Iy.
. .:; & CO.,
, . Coulter & Hillman,
Boot 2 Shoe
t : .' ' , . . t ..... ... ,..
jF'i'anlcl in St v o et,
. CLARKSVILLE, TENN .
- t , ;
..' . i. ; j v 'rr.
We invito an examination
of our Goods. ' '"
We are receiving Goods
suitablo for the Summer
trade, and intend to keep
a full stock throughout the
It is our purpose to keep
much larger stocks than we
have heretofore, and by
selling at very short profits,
hope to be able to make it
evident to the public that
the Clarksville market is
the 'best piece to secure
supplies of Dry Goods.Uoots
We shall adhere rigidly to
the one price system, as we
intend to try to deal justly
We shall sell only for
CASH, because we deem it
best for both buyer and
We cordially request ev
ery one to visit our Store.
tOUIEIi IIIUMU L f(l,
July ll. IHHMy.
RUSH TO THE RESCUE I
lOUNTUYMKN. i OIJNTKY
j rhaiitH. Mini till olhcrn ili-nh it iff (IihhIn.
V unv mimI Me i'liaitHM. etui hhvu from 'At
tuti'tjb P-' l CMlilllg Hi I Lit . ,
Auction and Commission House
T. IT. IIY3IVIV,
Houlli sliln of rnlilln ftfjilar, I lir- iloiun
r:is frtnn li Niillilllill Unit I, 111 Clai'kNYtllo,
'I'l'lllll'SSI't. lll'IU 'OU 14111 tillil gtMHl R.
, t : ' i -
Spring and Summer Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boot, Shot's,
Hals, Milliner) (ioodK,
or anyllilna rise yini wmit.nt l-ltlicr liolo
iKiu'l loiKi t Ilia nuini' tviiii iilui-v,
T. H. lliJUV, AlCTlOVtKR,
Soutli Klilo I'uiillt Siiuarc, 3il Uuor
l.iM froui Kallonnl llulrl. ( larks
vllle, ItiinrsHi-c. t
P. . I will iilsn srll mvrv iliwrliillnn l
rnisrly fur AiliuliiiHtriilnrs, Koouiors.
1 rusin-s, AiioiiIsiiiiiI l'i I villi- I'urlii's, I'ltlu r
I on Hie siri'fi. In tlir tny or uuuutry.
1 !.' il, 'w II.
tj Hi I ,lti. T
-, ;.. II K A: fT :
fimFHR HEtlFPlKH WKRK N(,T MS
I vuvi'ml mnlil CiiiTliliiiMl's liy inoiiif
lulns, uur Arrlvit's Iminlnu saints ; tlirr
wi-rvimt lirontlii-il In Ihunrlcr from rolling
oloiuls, ncir Is'lclnil from mi'ltlnic viiIcbiiw;
tlii-y hitu nut lirouiilit lorrli fi-iun ( linos I. v
Intuition nor illwiivi-nit Tj ncoiili-nt In a
fur oil rllmn; but tlii'Vuni llii n-snll of n
loiiK ftrl.,rx.rli'mi in In the 8mitlirrit
uiul psiitii Hinios, Is-lnit pn'pnrptl liv
ulur iirmluiitiHl iiliyslcliins. with iircut in-ourm-y:
Imm nuinillnl niicnts Hint nn nit
liy tiii- Mmlicul l'rorpmion nil vrr tir
Tln )iiihllr linva tune tlcmnmlril n rlnss
of Kt-linbl t'nmlly M.Hllrlnos. v.n i.nr
mI by Hid lui'illcnl jiruli-saion niluplril l
tliu nrtunl wiints nml nn'lllm of rarli
niul vwry fiiinlly, uud we liuve nour siiij.
piled Unit want.
rhytcian IWncribe Them !
Drufigibtt Ucvoinmcnd Them 1 1
Ihrmcra and J'lantcrs are Ving
them in their J-hmiliet in
Lieu of all other
Ulinmvn. mhm l..t...l.. . . .
Imhui truly wondiTful. While from tliu
frttjlit rlimps of the North to the torrut
aoiMs-i ol tin-Hoiith unci from tlio Knstorn
sliorisortlip Allai.llclnlbo WcnliTii shores
ot tlnj Pnelllc, tlieiionlliiK nml disconliint
i 11. V v"HKTy wtra Kriiiiiiit
harshly upon the Mtr, tlio toft nnd (-olivine-
Hlff tOnoS of ni-lnlin. li... - ... ....
c"i-, mul now iiiiiltti slroiiK nppeiils upou
. jiiuKuiiiiii ui iry our
"'i iiiuiiiimnu uiui iiu-v win ul oiho
intuit yum- iwu-vui mid coulldinoe.
. . ( O jlfc. U A T
Southern! preparations !
TtlOlU HIV. f lift tlnHitoMl L' I , ..,!..
... .... " in-iiiiiii,, .'leoiriiirs
of Ainerlrn. Tlicr ar pnscrll.cd mid used
by the nidlcl prof.-sslon. Tlu y ure pre
fi'rnil by every mot her mid fiither. lliey
liiiineilliitely merit pul.Ue esteem mid eon
llueneo ul nil who onei- test their vlrti
1 Mnv urn t,p.,,,l 1... ..1 i-i
...w .... ,.n,v-M i9 i'ii;"iviii!ik wiiii nr
?ii if. I H. ' V ''e ''"'Wl- of tllrt
I i . 'T ' ' ,nu ri-wiiii oi H, loiltf
hdNlil)xMr)i.ii!P.. Ilclng neillier een-is
tutr luititiiiu i ii iiuii....i i . .
no htHttiiiior In itivitmtliiii.krxflilrtrial una
hearty rcruuunemlailon. . .
Tlinnannil- ab rl I .. ... . ..
nlly eoiislmiisl to untimely xryos, nnd tlio
ilylinr Kronus of old nml y. inns' are eon
siniiUy tryhm nlnud lor relief from Mur
rhiM, t holem Morbus, &r. As n result of
1 , V i "iiiuie reneiiruii, mm n Ion and
f'l lliful cxporienoc, wo otbira Iti irny ior
till tllOSe Slllllllli.r t'ntiiiilnltilu u.,l..l. .m
pleasant nnd iievt--rHlliii In Its ellerts.
Noinollier nliould fail m In. v.. n kii iml v ttt
Red Diarrhoea Remedy,-
Preimred with nrtlstle luuiniv m-iiIi ..i,...i.
enl purity mid exiw-4iitH, sel lil miiiI com-
,..,,Ti. -KTOruinif in hxu-iisivu inwlii-nl ex
perlenee, uiiloiie In finish mid npueurunre..
mild, pleuMimt ami cool li or to the stomach.
nnd liever-fulltnu in reuu-dinl erTePts, tin!
iVi'ViV,'?,"."""." '.r"'" I'uluts to the urn
combiuiitlonof Hie day for nil tonus or 1)1
nrrtuea, l hi4ern, flmli-BiMerbiw, Kuuuw,
VomltliiK, (-raiuiw, etc.
l'lliii Hl.im.orsixlHiitlisifcvrH.oO. Kent to
uu ei i mo ine eoumry on reeelpt or prill-.
Hold by ull ilriiKKlHts.
J. f'. HRIIWIjlrlB ft CO.,
Proprietors, Memplitrl, Tennesscu.
... " - . , .. J .'
ICnglish Female Bitters.
WHAT Will. THEY DOt
Tlirtw M.l 11 nuAA r.. .11. r. ,.. t .....
...... umuuk ti-ioitit, oeauiy..
will paint the ,lo eheek,wlll hurl Imeli
kiiiit, nuK niiiiiii Mint eiiriri'ies your
I. row, will mid lirlKlitueHs mid lustre ti
Vr.ii lli'i.l,,uu ...... ...ill i.-mi
17 .: V jvn.K'v oruiiiiiiey mill
ant vlty lo your dull tiiinlleet, will soolhu
llflfl HI I'l.llul 111.,. ........ . I .
tone, heallU and buoyiiuey to your whole
How mil They Do Alt Thit t
Tly nrousiuu, roirulntliiij and featuring nil
slekly lemnles to a healthy eoiiilltluii. My
euriiiK all those eoinplalnis jeeullar t-o tho
lelnalesex, sui-ll as J in till. Hiippivsaed or
Im-KUlur MeiiKtruallon, llvsleria, I'iieor
ihiin, Prolapsus fieri, iriis-intlun and Jrrl
tahlliiy of tlio Womb, I'lilns in Hie Kiilo
anil lliii k, Meliiiieliolly, Pulplt-atlon of tlio
JJeiirt, MwlmuiiiiK uiul tiiilulm-ss ofdhe
Head, "tilii Keet mid llaiuU, 'ervoiisuesat
Hlek lleadiielie.u a'eeliiiK of MiiiriMjatlun,
IndlsHmitloi. Hi enter HiM-letv, IIWl all the
dlseuNt-s luislun lidiu u deniUKi'il eonilitloii
of the Lterlno syslimi, wliotiior alli-etiiu
old or youim, num led or kIiihIi. 'riilNeoiu
IKiiind is neiiiii-r M-rre nor patent, but is.
pii'liared anil olti red by Uiu regular iimI1
Wh have uuHdn-il's similar fo thn fotlow
Inu, from nn eminent physielau of 1'arroll
Mrwrt. J. J'. DrmngtVile X ft. r
Asyonr "KiikIIkIi Keinnlii Hitters Is net
llii ra wi-ri't nora patent, 1 have lieiiu. in
ly rewriueii II lur Ihe vnrioas k-ianlreoin-plain
t of oiu isiuiilry, and nln ays Willi tlio
.....r. mil iniH- iwi y ii;nuiH. 11, IS Ill'I'llleUiy
thaiiKsa vuliuilite i-omliliuiUoii 1 have ever
known l-n- tlu- treat ntenl ist Hiimhi e.im
plulutt. p.s Hilar to tlio ii'iiutlu sex, old or
youiiK, and I do not hesltntn l kIvii ti a
nearly reeonimeudntioii. Its nslonlsbiiiK
euresliiivii.won lor It many laurels In t ar
roll eoiiHly.iMd i hope Us eMk-ieney may
Iw liemliled all over the eoumry, Unit tlm
llleilleal proliwnloli and the relillUMeolllUlu
nlty muy reapltsaalvnidauea.
U. W. V AMHKU, M. 1.
The KliIIsli Fenuile llltturs Is- aernrntelv
and iHiiiultully pm up in latue In ill I. -h. nt
i'..si s-r miiiIi-, or three lHiiiii- fur .'i.ii
oneboltle lasliiiK nlmllt Iwo wi-vks. Klnp.
Ied to all Harts of tlie eoillilrv nil ree.,11,1.
of urlis.'. Holil by nil di nminis. . .
, . - ,i. I-. iu(ii.h,i ii. K m,
I'roprletoi-H, .Mi lnjihU, Ti nmsee.
Kidney und Bladder AlTccilons.
- im.in,lijriiiriin.i TI m I 1 11 II I llfWI l d
alloVfr thu (Hiiiiitry. und Iht Hiblli Iihvo
roikMlviltlU) M4iisiy iii arniiUMiy ihincmi
ho rolled upon tn nil lliow urtcrtioiiMui'l
-vim i.iitiiiii.'ii in ruiairo fftu ii
. . ..v hid 7n km Mil Dlinwil. TT II
...... ir.iiijiiiw IMIUUI tWItiy
ycnrM. uiul ran wifely nay that wo know ot
K Tl ACT IJKAUUtUltV AX 1J 11111'.
If Is rreoinmrndisl to nitre nil deriiiim-
meiilsof the Kliliieysnud JUadder, aui-li as
Univel, I rliiMiy IS'poslis of all kinds,
moony or .iiimy i rine, rreipient desire to
I i-l nine, J-nln In Hi. hiiiiUI ix Ihu ilaek.
Dull Hum Inn I'nln in ilm 11..1, ,i, .. 11,..
Illnilder, Hi ml, dropsy, N.avolis 1 n-liil.lliia.
MelsiK-hullv. Kvii Kiii-lHailinm KHis-km ..r
llnllllaof lllssiliiitloli or Unrw Alinue l.u
ol I'oweruiid Memory, mid all I In we nllee-
ii.. ii, n iiuii ink a promiu mill uueiiM-u Jim
retle. lii llierold or j ouiik, inaleoi lemale.
i'rll-e I.U. or six boltlt s li.r S.LI.I. M.ln.
Jiedtoull puiiaot tlie eolintry ou reiH'iul
ul pi lee, bold by all iIi iiukisU,
j. f. tiunMiiuui.fc: t;ow
J'lopikCorH, Mi uipbU, 'X'uiiltvssuu.
TIIE (HILL FIZZLE.
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1 I I I li it f ii ii ii t ii ii ii f i- ii i i i i
III lirfxalU I u s f r n II I a
s i I ii ii t: i o n ii i ii M o I e li I I I a
a 1 I I li r f o K n k o f e h II I a
a I I I li e o at o f e h I I I a
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The nlsivr will euro nnvVnse nfilillls.
even of six months siainlliiK, without ul-
leillllM llle lieiiu, i-ius, or llel vii. II aroii
ms Ihe blniuiiell nlid liviT, earl lea nil llni
bile, and i-ilieis s-rmiiiii'nt i-iiil-n. In the
wuii i l Aiknnn, whem lliieblls arn
so eoiuiiioii mul mi iliilieiill tu emu, they
i. ii. lily ii Id m lieu Ireuled with our Kiuu
nl l inil..
I'm up lit In run Iwitlm nt mui, or six l4-
lles for ."i .III. Hi lit In all purls of III), c.iin.
try on receipt ul price, l-vold bvull liiiiu.
K'sls. , ". ..
j.r. DIIOMOOOLK & CO.,
M KM I'll IS, TKSSKSSKK.
or le fay ha. Mul. , I rankliu
dlreel. i l.rkstlll., Icimf
July J, lMy-i