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J S. NEI(LKTT,7
3. A. GRANT,, .
RATE 0 AIrBTIKIO..
fine, dollar per aqunro of tun lino nr 1pm.
, f.LAUKHVU.T.F., KHIUAV, 1VLX a, IWH.
HAII.KOAIt TIME TAIII.T.. Trullis
Mouth, S.&? A. M. mid 6.15 p. x. Trains North
8.45 A. M. and 7.00 r. m. '
"We are Indebted to D. C. Lyle,
. J2?q., for late Atlanta pnper.
Tn t Tobacco Sales room In in the
" titiHemCi'it'of McKoln & Halley's old
Htand. ' l?i n ?ntral locality and
convenient to all.
By rcfcrcnco to Hmlth & Ilutclilngf'
' advcrtlKcmciit It wUl be noon that
thoy haV taken. Mr. F- W. Winth
. ers Mite ti Turnlcy & "Weathers, into
jiHrtnoiV. This is an energetic, re
liable toliftoo firm, whom we can
confidently rVyjommoud to th,1 planter.
We take prcasure in announcing
that a match game of Hwe Hall will
lie played on tVie frrouiKls here, on
Saturday, the 8th of AuRiwi, between
the Nashville ClulV, of Naslrvllle, and
the Light-foot Club, of this cliy.
Thr August numbr of the Lnilies'
Pearl, open with a highly finished
engraving, and from .beginning to
end, is replete with choice literature.
Bishop Paine. The . Memphis
Advocate learns through lit! v.' J. W.
Mathls, of Aberdeen, Miss., that the
Bishop Is much better. He has been
witting up for several days and been
conversing very pleasantly with all
vlu have called on him. This news
will bo gratifying to his numerous
. friends and admirers In this section of
TifATii titr riiMn JAfK. Wr learn
- 1hnt Dumb Jack, a negro well known
throughout the country, was killod
. last Wednesday, at Tait'a Station, by
the cars running over him. He was
a very intelligent negro and possessed
Homo excellent traits of character,
the excessive use of liquor lx-lug his
bcsscttlng sin. Peace to his ashes.
Fairs. The Franklin, Ky., Agri
cultural and Mcchuiik'M Fair will
commence Hept. Tflth, and will con
. tlnue five days.
At Clurksvillc, Oct. Jth, and con
tinue four days.
At Sprlngflold, Tcnn., -on the 13th
. of Octolier, and continue live days.
We arc sorry to record the dcKtruc
tion, by fire, on the 23il inst,, of the
4'lcganl resideneoof cmr friend, H. T.
Blanton, of Purls, Tcnn. The burn
ing is supposed to'be (lie ' ork of an
Life Insurance That clever
mid indefatigable gciitlcrhrin, John
Young, Is agent for the "Widow and
Orphan Fund Life Insurance Com
pany," of Kashvillo, !JVnnfssce.
This is an Odd Fellows institution,
and every mcmlier In thc'Rtafc should
M'cure a policy In It, and outsiders arc
oflrrcd tlio same iinluccineiits and
advantages. Call on Mr. Young, at
his place of business on Franklin
ftrcct, and secure a policy.
K. 8. BKixtiYMtafct&'Cft. havf in
htore a fresh supply of the celebrated
Ilodlcy wagons, and Frobe fc Hodley
buggies, which thoy guarantee equal
lo home work, On II and examine
8fk MIsm Margaret Kings mlver
tUeinent. She is an necompiiHhed
teacher of music, and will douMlcH,
give satisfaction to till who may pat
4'lnrkfivllle Ki-iunl Arnilcmy.
The second year of tliis Institution
floscd in June hist with about Hod pu
pils in attendance the last session.
The examination and graduating ex
crclscs gavo great sallsfrtclinii to its
numerous putrolis, and gives ail as
Mirauco to the President, Mr. West,
Hint his school will grow in popular
favor under its present admirable
For the next session, which Is to
commence Monday, Kcptemlier 7th,
some changes have been made In the
faculty, which Is now as follows; Ilev,
J. H. West, President; Miss Carrie
Tone, Miss Vio. llrydcn, Miss HenniC
A.luiiis, Mrs, M. V. Hixhy, Mlw Lin
,U Krasor, Mis Kate Stark, Miss
Jane Adams, Mad'lle M. 1'!. Kauche.
Music Department Miss A. T. Tins
Icy, Miss Kmma Stark, Miss Mary
lVnick, Miss M. M. Kcmpster.
All the dillcrcnt departments arc
nbly tilled the prcjiaratory dejmrt-
inclit Is uiiexei ptionnltle.
li'iiincnt of the school Is excellent
, , ,, ,. , i. .
and sivun-M implicit obedience from
the multitude of pupils. The hoard-
in); department, under the hiipervis-
ion of Mr. and Mrs. Lander, I all
,, , ,!i i . i , ,,
that could be desired -and we would
ns-pifl fully rlltftfCut to patrolla the
propriety of boaidinff theirdaiiKhlcM
ut the Academy, for many ami ohvN
oils reasons v, hleh will bu made tnan
il'est to them after trying it one term.
I'.very nrraui;emeut will be thor
oughly pell'ectisl bv ihe coiiiiiienee-
....... 1 ..t .1... r..ii ..i 1
tieipate even an increase of patronap.
over the last ncsslon.
Smash Up. A horse attached to a
buirfry llonxliiK lo Mr. Herri li(rer,
ran nwuy yesieiiiay tuni orouc t no
btiL'iry niialnst 11 comer btone on tho
public Kiiuare, remoiiH owning 1111
inly unlnial had better unhltih theiii;
., 1 .1 .1 .. . .'
Jl'olll Vt'lileies lieu nicy come in
, , , , , . . . ...Ill
Malioiiers, on l-rankhll nlnid, lll
lleeept OUI1 thailkn for late lllllubtrK of
liialev's. I'. lei-soii's. und Flilllk I,e.
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be s Matra.iues and utile of literal y
papers. This II rm keeps all the latest
mid Lid liiiT iry periodicals fur sale,
f"Tf K??HFOR NEXT WEEK ONLY!
column nioeen Dngiuni unii'iem
CVimriiirntiVe' Ck-heralnhlp exposes the
etnptlnvHg of Grant's claim to bo 4
groat commander. . t
The Decay of Religion In the South
is a thoughtful article by Mr. Manl
gault. The System of Knglish Gang
Labor shows that the English 'Abo
litionist has a more cruel system of
slavery at homo, than that Miiieh he
so much deplored at the South. . 'The
Dickens Dinner Is a 'sprlglitly'bur
lesque of the todylsm of the Ameri
can Press. Sheep Husbandry calls
attention to an important subject for
the Southern farmer. The poetry is
from Mrs. Clarke, Henry It. Jackson
and Edward A. Jenks.
There aro two tales of fiction and
several essays, v The frontispiece Is a
beautiful steel-plate engraving of
General Ashby. '
i i ., -A
if.ttf.b i Kon tir.y. n iro k.
Newport, Kiioke Island,
' - July 17, 18(18.
S. T. filnvrr Esq., Ut. Louis M.:
My Dear Sir I am. greatly ob
liged for your favor of the 13th Inst.
Those who suppose that I do not
acquiesce In the work of the National
Democratic Convention, or that I do
not sincerely desire the election of the
nominees, know very little of my
character. . Believing as I verily do,
the tireserviitlriti of eonstittinouni
government eminently depends on!
tlte success or tno iJemocratic party,
in the conilnsr election, were Ho hot'
it-ate in iln cordial tupnort I feci I
jihnula not on fafnijt my own record,
BUT COMMIT A CRIME AOAINST MY
I y.iever aspired to the Presidency on
accou.nt of myself.
I nevy onght lt8 doubtful honors
and ceru'n labors and responsibilities
merely foV thfl pnsitton.
My own vylsii to promote. If I could,
the good of tliV country, and to rebuke
the spirit of resolution which had in
vaded every saerei! preclnt of lilH-rty.
When, tlierefore,1 you pronounced the
Ktntemontii in mtPhtiun false, you did
exai-tlv rlirht. "Principles, and not
man il lu lltA mntl.l tlir tl
. . - . . l...
c-riulJ In willed we nre tVOWStrUtrKling
II nil T linon niniln tlirt rresidentilll
nominee, I should have csonidered it
a tribute, not tome, but. to principles
which I had proclaimed and jiraciiceu.
Iieoauso, by the judgment in mutual
political friends another has beon ap
pointed to put them into execution ?
Never! Never! These, sir, ar' my
sentiments, whatever Interested yar
tlesmnvsayto the contrary; anixl I
desire that all may know . and un
I shall ever hold In grateful remcm
lieranee the faithful friends who, hail
ing from every section of the Union,
prefered me by their votes and other
expressions of confidence, bot h in and
out of the convention; and shall do
them nil . the jUfeiC to believe that
they were goverri6d by patriotic mo
tives; that they did not propose sim
ply to aggrandize iny personal for
tunes, but to serve fiheir country
through me; and they will not now
sutler anything liko pcrwniul prefer
ences or jealousies to stand between
them and their mautfevt fluty; I
liavo tno Honor to be, dear Mr,
Very resneet fully Yours,
WIN FIELD 8. HANCOCK.
Ix the coursoof tho iltilutto In the
House on the funding -bill on Vriilay
lust, tho following Uevelopinei.'U oc
curred : ... . '
Mr. Stevens, of Pcnnsylvnnin I
uiitlcrstooil tlio Kcntlcmnn front "Illi
nois (Mr. ISiisa), who first spoke upon
thin Huliject, tosaythnthe umlorxtooii
thnt our outstitniliiiK honils shouM be
lmlil ueeonllnu to the principle of the
New York platform. What In Unit
plntforin ? .
Mr. Rush, of Illinois To pay the
five-twenties in lawful money.
Mr. Steven You mean by "law
Mr. Uo!w flreenhncks; thnt Is your
ilof'trlne anil mine.
Mr. Stevens I hoMto the Chicnuro
pltVtforYi'i, nnd, ns I uiulerstnnil it to
the New York platform, upon these
honils; tli.it thtisi; honils wliitll Im- lutiil
just nccorilinjr to the original inntmct.
Air. Tike or Jlalne Aeeonlmi? to
the spirit nil letter of the contract.
Mr. l'ai'riswiirth, of Illinois Ac
cording to the law.
Mr. Stevens What was that law?
That honils of acertain amount Is'iir
five per cent interest In polil. Now,
up to the time they fall due, we
must pay them faithfully. After they
fall ilue,' they nre payable In money,
just as the gentleman unilerstanils
"money, " just n 1 tmilcrstuml It, Just
ns weinll understood it when wo
missed the law nuthori.inK that loan;
Just us it was a dozen times explained
upon t lie Hour by mo i nairman or
the I'oinmltteeof Ways and Menus
when called upon by gentlemen to
explain what it inuant, andiiihtns
the whole llouso agreed that it
I want irt add Hull If this loan was
to he paid aeeordiiiK to the intimation
of the ffentlenian from Illinois (Mr.
Kirns!, if I knew that any party in
thl' country would ko .for payinir in
coin that which js payable in money,
thus enhancine; it one hull'; if I k new
there was such a id.it form ami such n
. ... ,. ... .i ' i .i . i
leiermiiiaiioii mis nay on uie pari oi
any party, 1 WOUld rohl for the
other Nidi', Frank, lllair and all. I
Would vote for no such swindle Upon
the tax-paycrsol the fnuiltryi I would
vote tor no sllcll siieculilf Ion III favor
of the In rite iKindholders, the million
aire., who took adrantango of our
lioiiy in grant ui! teem coin payment
ii iineresi. .-inn i iieeinn- wcnii is
,.,, u, W(V it.m, (f ,.vtll FmiiU
I'.lair Mood iinui the platform paying
the bonds nccordinj; to the contract,
u.l the Ih publican can.lulat.'ji ntood
upon the platform of pnvinjr bloated
s' iat.,r twice the tunouut which
we aureed to iiay theiil, then I Would
v"e lor I'rank itlalr even if n worse
man loan .-if vmoiir neaoeii nie I ii'K-
el. I hat is all I want to say.
Mr. Kosn--Thc Jieiiiocralic doors
ar' slill open, and we w ill take the
Till: 1111. 1TICAI. CIIAMIH I N Oil l.
1 111: I'lii.n icAi. 1
1 "". i"" '' -',Vton Lxl-
"' r s ,,n, "f ,,1' m:,".v 'Vilenetes of
the political change that IsihiW K"'"f
on in that State. It says:
"( 'lmHes Mun is, of Trov, Ohio, one
ol Hie ii'iulluc; lawyciMol M mini conn
ty, and hiiheito an netive ICepubli.
lean, lias publicly amiouiieisl his in
lellfioll to slli.tiiti-t Mi'iTiour fiiul
niulr. (Juito u numlM-r of other
....I a Ik 1IJ 1
I'minnicni iieiiioui'atis in miauii,
I'Olilliy llilVU leilOUIJIMI llleir All llier !
faith, and Ihe lleinoeraey t here arc j
even coiiipieiu or in-11114 uHc 10 carry
I 1 1 . I'. . 1 1 o
nil: Vi'llllll 1 11 in (.it,,
A correspondent of Ihe l):lvtoll !
Hiltfor, on .-.ill lll iiay, aimouneiMl Mil-
hiiidiLsham us a candidate for I'uii-
. u . , , Val'.ovvn
p:,p,.r, the annoiineeineiit may U' re-
eel ved a "by am hont .''
THE BPI.fiNniD ASSORTMENT Of
trood nt Unfsrrn' lloliae-rhrulahlna;
Kuiporlnm, will ln eold
JSV COST! "
Tlie good's not disposed of In thnt time Will
be Hold at AUCTION, commencing
' August 0f, 1808,
Tli assortment ts still complete, and
liouekera would do well to cull and ex
amine not h (goods mill firiii1.
The finest assortment or i'ut ftlnwn. Mll
Tr Hint IMnteil Ware, , inn,
nil nil Fnncy Jool, pvi-r lnui(t lo
the Went will hesnlilnl 1KT tocliiHetlio
concern. TIIENTOIIE I'ORHEST.
Jnlv SI, lww-tf
IVIIIrox Ulbbs Newlnff Maelilne.
'Its neitni In stronger nnd lesii tliibleto rl
In use or wear than the Iiock-Stltcli."
"Jiutues' Jtevtrt at th "lrrifMi yWfW."l
Sifiid f.r (he "Report," and KiiiiiiiloH of
Work, conliiliilnR AnfAklnds of stltulieH, on
the Mime piece of KoodH. '
Loral and Trnvcllnif Axnnt wanted. Cull
upon or add run , uVWMHro., ,, ,
It Worknl Very Well, '
Bul Vent at lnlf-Price, to Slake Room for
0r,"lock-ntHli11 iimrhlne workeil very
well, BUT II WKNT, AT HAI.fr-l'lUOK, tn mitkn
ritom tor one of tour. Wo lire delighted with
theelmnue. il. Winter to tliu WtUvox k
atulw H. hi. Co. .
The Marlilue for Mlnlonrle-
JMttrh rtip luxftcUtxttti thnpt an retiahte for tie
wroj m iHsiottABiKs; una unit is lite wn.i.-
CUX & tilllHU. '
Ko lonu iiuo an 111. the Rev. A. T. Pratt.
mlKsimiiirv of the Amerieiin Hoard, writing
to Mr. Wlllcox niivn: "I have uow hud one
ui your iiineiiineH lor nix infiiii n, tinu am
reiiuy to tiihiik yon ror mmioueiiiKtiiem to
the public It u the only murhine whone
the miiiiic U the only mwh uhoMe
working i to nre and tlmptrthttt 1 could fe-
lure iq introduce u tnaii ta." .
I Have "Double-Thread,"
BiU I never TMnk of Vttntilt.
Mr. Cunt. Jiw. W. Bhlrk. U. H. Nnvr
wrlten: "I Imva n 'double-tltrmd' Kewlnn
in nen i lie, mm wkvfii think ok csino it.
Iplnee more rntue ml him Wlllrox A Oihb
ot-wtng Machine, than anythiny cUe I have.'
A Delighted and Happy Womnn.
I need not liny that Mm Uriiven In a iie
I.IIIIITK.n and HAfl-v woman. Hurh a miv
ehlno would euriy Joy and KhuliieHs Into ten
thousand fHuillles, now rendered unhappy
hythe uii-endiim flnucr toil of Hie worn
wife and mother. I would uot ; for mil wife's
tune exeiiiuiKn nnr iiicox uinns mii
clilne for the best of all others known to
me, ami nvc hundred dollars! What are a
few paltry dollars, when weiuhed mritiiiKt
j lfF.n ever recurring tvorrimcnt, over "bruken
i nerulc and dimrdil'ed mavhincril f "
If i, iv testimony In behalf of the superl-
orltyof your marhineowr all olhnm ned
In my finnlly. should iniliienre tuiy kind
and generous husband to procure one lor
his wile Kir to put ill u , or"i , '
or "V ," or"ll "maehine In the mar
ket, us I did, and buy a"V. & tl.," I urn sat
Jvtteil I list, that woman would remeiu
lier nn'mdst grntefully. Ix-tlef of Rev. J.
It. (iruves, MiiKiiullu, Miss., April 12, l.Hidi,
now editor of tliu "Uapiisl," Mumplils,
July ill, W-tf.
Bulling out at co.it at rtogera' llouso Fur
No Ccbk Ko Pay. Forrest's Juniper
Tr is warranted to cure Cough, Cold,
Hoarseness, Croup, Throat and Lung Disca
w,'or the price ppsitiTely refunded. In
ttantaneout relief prodti.'ca'. Try it; if not
satisfied, return tho empty bottles and get
your money back.
Sold wholesale tinj retail, by
S. U. StewaBT. ,
Price, 35 cent per bottle.
Jan. 31, 1868 0m
At Coat ! At Coat ! The finest lot of Sil
ver Plated Ware ever brought to thl oily
has Just been received at UOUEIW HOUSK
I -THXIHIIIXU ICMPOItlUM, and must bo
Hold AT cost to eloHo the concern. Also a
splendid lot of tticormtiil Toilet ttrtt, the
finest ever brought to this city, will bo sold
AT Cost. '
July 21, 'WMf. ,
Selling out at cost at lingers' House Fur
ulHlilng Emporium, - rJy2l tf.
A Hare t'linnee. Any one wishing to
Invest in n good paying business, will And
a good opportunity by calling lit HOI1KH.S'
liorsK l rnxisiuvd kmihikium. The
entire tnck and fixtures will lie sold cheap,
the proprietors wishing to lcuvo the city.
July 21, '6H-tf.
Selling oiH nt cost ut Roger' Hyusc Fur
AT t'OHT. To close out the concern,
tliu splendid nnd Complete. nssoiHnent
of miver-Plnteil, Ilrituiinln nnd Planished
nnd Japiiiined Ware; Walters, Tulilo Cut
leryj Tin, Wood and Willow Ware; Hold
H unt, AVhlte French, Stone China and
tiliis Wnrej and a splendid assortment of
Clijiui. Also, Ciml till, Innjis, Fixture,
ami mid a full line of Hnuse-Kts'pers'
HihmIs 111 general, l ull early, a the uoods
must he sold, nt Itogom' lloime-l'iir.
iilshlnir ji:niMum, Kiunklin Hrent, near
the" Nutlelnil llolel. July 17, lS(Mt.
The t'at'M Iteail. Another Jfntnal
fire Insurance teuipany 4one the
Way or nil 'cllne.- From the Nashville
Ihinner, of the Zllli of June, wo copy the
liiNiirniire t'oiiipnuv NiiNpemleil.
The Meref. lints' and Msllllfaetlirers' tnsii.
ranee Company of Ihlseliy, corner ol Col
lege ami i liurcii sireci, uaMKUspenueu, anil
the biiilililig, w.lleh wii also occupied by
the Niislivllio CiiainlH'r of Coiuuieris has
been converted liitoitwholeaulelliiuorstosf.
TliisCompnny sUirled t ralu In J sits with
Hi; mid like nljie nut often Mutual Fire
Coin pn nles died prematurely.
Mutual Fire Insurance Companies nre
gotten up to mako money fur a few ludl
vldiiiils, and If kiiccn attend their opera
tlons, they pocket the money ami suspend
ami If through tiiudoiiuute rates they bum
up their premium, ibey nre foired In sus
pend. The rise, progress and downfall of Mutual
Flro Insurance Companies Is shown hyUiu
ullitU annual report of the Superintendent
of Insurance, Slate of New York Mr the
year ending mvuiber3lst, IMI7. Itrmimb,
hhioru doet not tie. In lKr1 there were. In
New York Htnttf, tU Mutual Fire IiiHiiriinen
Cnmpiiule, receiving HI.KBMstl Ml in pre
iiilums. In lsii; there were, in New York
Slate, 12 Muliuil Fire Iiisuraiii'eCoinptiiiies;
riHH'lTliigonly tlT.'i.-llO 111. History lias re
peated ilself la all the Smiea concerning
Mutual Fire Insurance Companies.
011 the other hand, there were. In New
York Slate, in lftVI, (II Joint, stock Fire Iu
Hiirnpc companies, receiving l,nn,H.vs 77.
In MIT this iiuuils'r has iiiimeiitod to las,
receiving In preiuliiiiis JI,ull1,fl;n III,
lie no longer deceived by falsi' represeiita
I Ions of the co.-t.
The only cheap Insurance Is the Is-st,
To lie bad of c, II. Jonks,
Ueuerat lusuruuce Agent.
July .1, '1M-I111.
An Hem of loch Inlrrml lo All.
The I uibsl Slates Congress has aiilhoi lrcd
Messrs. J. P. Driiiiigoole Co., regular prac
ticing ph)slelsUK, of .Memphis, Tcnn., to
prescrilie lor the various ilisease nf the
I country, and a flora long bedside experience
they now oiler the public aulas of
j Mi diriiiit which tor merit, beauty und
cheapness, cannot Im' cxivllcd on thlscoutl
neut. These iiiedleliica are nulllu r aecn'ls
I nor pattulN, and as physicians everywhere
live th, m In their practice they liiiuusll
".minium ,oei.i mix mini-
deuce. They 11 re highly eulegls.sl, wll rap-
11,-i.i v l.in.'ll,' III liitv n .nntilv ill II11..1. v.ln.
- j -
aMc fcmcdle. advertisement la
another eolimin, he, bsl "Ureut Southern
.Inly :l, Wlm.
Sclliim out at cost at timjciV lluuic l'ur
KelUnfe otit At tfbst at Rogura' House Fur
u Idling Emporium. j H ' f
MTKir SCHOOL.-MISfl MAROARKT;
RING will open a Muile School, at her resJ
rtenpe, the 1st Monday in September, lHiH.
Terms f.10 00 per iwwwlon of twenty weeks,
17m of Pluno, H uo. Iimtnietlon In tlior
onuh bane. Three Icwon wilt be Blvpn a
week, and enoli Iciwon thn-o quartern of mi
hour Ion. Tuition payable In adynndo.
Nodediietlon tinlam for protrartl nines.
July 17, lsilH-2m. . ,
Hamuier t'lothlnir at t out. Prepara
tory to receiving Kail and Winter Uoodn,
I will "ell, at coat, from this day forwurd,
all urtloles for Hummor wuur, kept in my
Una of buslnom. As the stock has been
frequently recruited during tho season, It In
villi In a great measure, unbroken. Now Is
the the time to get bai-giUmi In Llnep, Al
paca, Seersucker, Mamelllc Ac.
juiyi7-tw. - ' w. k. Mcculloch.
A Ilnrgnlo. Doslroua of changing my
linHiiiesB In tho fall, I now offer my large
nnd varied stock of FURNITURE for irIc
Any one wishing to engage tn a well estab
lished business In the city, would do well
to nae mn. ' Those lmlebU'4 to tup, plonsc
come forward and settle.
. t U. C, ATKINSON.
July 8, 'OS-tf. . . .
A Clood Chance lor Somebody Sen
Ik the Time to Make a tjlomi Invent.
nient. A very desirable and well selected
stock of Uoods, with n first-rate run of city
nnd country trade, for sale, i The party
wiMboa to soil out with n view of removing
lo another Htate. The- terms ara easy
enough no money wanted at the present
time. For further particulars, call on or
address the proprietor of the Chronicle.
To Real Katate Agent and Property
Owner. All persona having house prop
erty they want tonell.can get fifty percent,
more than they otlierwlsa would, ut the
cot of verv little, by applying to
W. L. Oakdinei. A Co.,
House Painter and Decorators.
Shop, Pink Corner, on Strawberry Alley.
June ID, 'OS-tf.
Tinware at Louisville prices, by
I). Kincaknok A Co.
Juno 26, 'OT-tf. .
Cash v. Tick em. We again Insist that
we prefer not to make tickets under ANY
A cosh business cannot be conducted un
der the ticket system. It lan easy to pay
for an article aitlte4lui of .buying oa It la
ten day thereafter .nd we are too busy to
spare u collector ouUof the store, to usk for
small amounts here and there. Reside, It
i unpleasant to both partlan Hie dunned
and the diuiner. CoVLTEIl A IIlLLMAN.
June 111, 'us-tf.
Truth Stranger than fiction. What
u Onu looking building I what a pretty
plnce! said a person the other day, on pann
ing by a handsome residence situated on
one of our public hi reels. But what a pity
it la the owner 1 letting It go to decoy lor
tho want of paint. We thought ao teo.
We have Just received another large sup
ply of material, and are now ready to
make contract. Give ui a call soon. '
W. L. Gardiner A Co., .
At the rink Corner, on Strawberry Alley,
near the Mnrket-house.
June lit, W-tf.
Kclaomlulna;. What doe It mean?
some would any. Kelsnmlno is a water
colored paint, made of gluo, water and
other material, Tor whitening celling and
coloring walls. It em) bo made any shade
or light delicate color you may desire, und
look well when wki.l noKB. - It costs but
half the amount It cost to paper n room
with the cheapest wall paper. We cun show
ynu plenty of rooms In the city that we
have finished In this way, and which look
neat. Call op u nnd wo will tell you nil
about It. . W. L. Uauihkkr A Co.,
Just Received. A large' aupply of tho
CRLKllltATKU 1IUCK 1A1 ST, for pilillUllg tOOfs
It has no Injiirlou properties about It, and
when dry is hard liko slate and Hie proof.
Call unit see It. , ' ,i , I - ,
, . . W. L. OAHD1NKK CO.,
Shop, Pink Corner, on Strawberry . Alley,
June 1, 'H-tt ,
Mall riiperl Mall I'aperll-If you
wuut a neat Job of Paper Hanging done, In
town or country, give u ii ejill, y'c liava
uu experienced workman on hand nil the
time. Uaiidinkh dt Co.,
Painters, Tuper Ilangurs und House Deco
rator. Shop ut the Pluk Corner ou Straw
berry Allev. ,. , ...
June III, 'liH-tf.
A Ntltrh In Time Nuvea 'Many hi ah
old Haying. l)o you ace that dilapidated
looking house over yonder 7 that block
looking weuthc rboardliig,thoe blinds fall
ing to pieces? nnd there'an line brick build
ing close by, Iixik at tlio cornice, how
they are going to decay. The blinds, Ac, will
need a carpenter soon, If they don't hnvo
f hem painted. Call at once, on
W. I.. (lAltUINICIt & Co.,
Painters, Decorator it Paper Hunger,
Shop, Pink Corner, ou Strawberry Alley.,
June 10, 'liS-t f.
Mlgnia. How often do you hear the en
quiry, Cun you tell me where So-and-so's
store UT or. Where Is So-und-so' nlllee 7 If
they had a good looking sign sticking out
that everybody emild rend, there would be
no mistaken und many customers secured
that they otherwise lose. Wo win paint you
one ou reasonable terms.
W. I.. UAftlllNKK A CO.
Shop at the PinU Corner, on strawberry
Alley, over the gunsmith shop.
Juno 1, 'Wi-lf.
WIHT'g OI T7-W'hy iiunilK'rl'ew old
rope clothes lines, rotting In this damp
went her. Vow there U 110 reftsim for this)
nor (allow us to say) no sense In It, when
yon cun, fisr a Very slim II Mini, procure1 a
wiiiii; niui 4 101 im t.iK that
will last you as long us yon live, und will
prove the greatest couveuii-iice yon ever
They will not rust.
They will not dirty the clothe.
The clothes will not Ireese to ihem.
In short Ihey nre thn very thlig. w '.
We win nun all this, Cull and buy one,
"t . C. H. NMIiltlHON A txm.
JONES & lll'ME.
... , Agents for ihe manufacturers.
Maj' 82, iNis-tf
(iKXKKAL XKWSIMPKK AGtXtl I
I0. W. l-XOX,'
NoltTHKllX ll.VXK of TEXXESSEE;
Is the iiulliollr.isl Agent for the
iAiulsvllleCourler, Iloliertnui llcglstcr.
lAiiilsville Journal, ltiislu lrvlllo HeTald,
Xashyllle llanner, m. How's Hivlew,
" t'lilon 4 Dispatch, and the
" "ii tte, ll nirter ftfllieSoiilh,
edited b Father Abrain Kyan, iiulbor of
Ihe "Couiiuercd Haulier," Ac, and Poet
Laureate of the South.
oubsctlptlons forwarded free of charge
tihcn aivnmitnnlnlhy thecmh.
July It, 'us .1111.
Beel t Keel II -N.,i the sumr lser of the
laeleiit Scutch man. Hook, bt, real nine nils
rout tho wull lattisl Us-f rattlo of moilern
tillltt. kent for sale 11I fll,.i ..n .......fa....
hoinir, tnetler known as chicken eoopl, ev
ery niarkel morning. When ymi com to
market call at my stall sn l supply your
Willi soiueihlng 11, ( , to rail ir.
April 21, imly. Tom. MlMam'S.
Movea ill rcdiuvd prices, by
, IK Kima.v.vu.n i& Co.
Jilliciu, Ui II.
wrrerpiTMAN & coM
CLARKSVI1LE e. TENNESSEE.
BY FRF.QfF.NT ANT - I.ATF. AIiTiI
tlnns to our stuck we have it usaln well
nnsorid. - - - . . t
lliivlng boiiKht our good under all the
advnnlllires flltelidllnr I'nsb biivers we nrn
ottering nnr friends the lienellt' of our low
price, which will enable them tn net fresh
Clothing and Furnishing Goods ' ,
for a small amount of money. .
Mr. (I. A. LaRkade t with u, who like
to meet his friend. i .
M. C. TITMAN A CO.
JuueS, 6Vtf , . i
S ADDLE RY !
Mnnufiicturer and Dcalor In
Bridles, Harness, Collars and Pat
ent Bridle Bit, : -e
At the old stand of JiuiiesTiilt A Co., oppo-
kite the Court House,
IVTOTTT.rf nFrtPECTriTIAY C 'ATX TltE
atleiitinn of mv friend and tho nubile
1 generally to my stock of Nailillea, llnf
, eie., willed in point of material,
workmanship and style, I acknowledge no
superior, and which I am determined to
sell as Iowa the MiimecloK nf work can Ih
bniiKlit In any tilarket. 1 have also bought
urn iimm mr jtinnignmery uoumy, nnauin
prepared to furnish a
lillt)t,E 13 IT,
whldi combine the principle of all Patent
ChecH llelns and of bur Mufety Bits without
any complicated arrangement. It 1 the
only perfect Safety lilt ever introduced.
It give uch an advantage to thedrlvor,
and he so completely control (ne animal
that it Is ImposNllile for It to run away or
kick; It Impart the lioHt possible style, and
I the bent bit for breaking or training, a
horse. Thl hit will be attached tn the bri
dle accompanying every act of Buggy or
Carriage Hartieaa wild by me, If desired.
Call and examine tho stock JIM TAIT
will liow yon through.
. ltespectfully, JOHN YOUNG,
June 6, 'tK-Oin
STATE INSURANCE COMPANY,
,. N" a s li.v i 1 1 g .
Well Tried and Reliable. ;
OFFICERS : ;
JN'O. I.UMSPKJf ; President.
W. .1. THOMAS Vice President.
JOSEHH NAWII SeciuUiry.
OFFICE Second National Bank building:
inrm iiuor), college si reel.
c. ii. .ro isriiis,
Local Agent, '
..April 17, 18118-1 f. . y .
lime, bros. 1 to.,
AA' IIOLKSA XLZ
AND ' J
v r . .
CEALRRM IS " ;
Paints, Oils',' ! t
Varnishes, . , ,
Window Glass, , "
Fancy Goods, " I
Brushes of all kinds,
T. -a TT
Domestio Liquid Dy
French Brandy, t
And all articles neces
sary or useful in the Sick
We nre receiving fresh tupplici, every
week, and prepared td furnish any quan
tities tlio market may illiinaut), ;
AT VKKT LOW MICKS.
We call the attention of Contractors,
liuildertaid Painters, 'hour litrge stock ol
WHIT 13 H. li I ,
ami Window Glass, an nil articles in the
wny of Painters' material, wliicu we arc
celling nt a hmall advance pa tniiunu
t'actufers' prices. Orders from physicians
promptly filled, nt the sign of the "Hie
Hold Pen," Franklin st.,CLAl?Kl)VlLLK.
rtllgUSl JU, 1B0I-11.
To the Citizens of Clarksville and
' Surroirndirig' Country;
I.'W(il!I,D STATE THAT J HAVfi JCST
ritiirmsl from the Kustern eitiea with a
rime stis k of Hie Is'sl bra ud of Kreneli l!ulf
Willis, touctlicr with a very lurije stuck of
iiuitcriul ui every kind lur iiiunuliuUniUH
mm BOOTS AXD SHOKS,
of flic latest sfVles, ufl rit which I linuulil
f'nr cnsli, which emihles me ti' milk all
kinds fl llixitH and Wi' at unfitly nsluissl
rirlrcs. , liiran sl's k or inude work ou
laud, which I wurrnul, at ureutly reilueed
All ineiinrnK dune with naatn'is and dls
imli'li. Willi nmhy tlinnfA-fnr tfie'lllWnil piilrnn
aue, lor ninny ycurs. nf my nld triends and
ciistiinicrs, I must rcci llulliK'llcita toii
tiiiuiince ut thuKiuic.
Boots and Shoes.
nilcincn residlnit' In the cnunliy, hy
eni i'inllv exiiliiiniui;tlie folliiwinuciils, cull
iimi'iiii'iriiwii measure, unu m-ihi iu iiici
old and well known llool und Slim-Wand of;
Jonn I tick, West WderiilillcrMiiiiirc.t luiks
vllle, 'reunesHce, when
t FIT WILL ME ClAItWTtKD,
if properly taken ly the following
Wrertlons for Measuring the Foot.
h'irt. rionr ih foot on a plcea lif puner
audi race I lie mil line of Mime J1 h n p mil,
which ' ictro l.ij k ntlll und ..luid of
lllc liMit.HM sliowil ill tltlllle .1,
f ,iid. Ms k t he following inca.surri:icftt
iiiciich anil trinilons, Willi tape nicalll
snow n in nuui'c if. tik:
I-'.-I he Imll of the loot
"I. J he low Instep.
'M Tile lilpll IllM. p.
Mil. -'Ihe ankle.
I 'll. I lie calf.
JOIIM UK K
April 17. 1'.j6 tuu.
" THE- icfcrtir
! : !co3iuiiVii:r
CRAW AM SEED SEPARATOR
THREE MACHINES IH ONE
We Challenge the World to
Produce Its Equal!
It is Compact and Simple in Ceiisiruc
tlon, while Tor qic Rapidity '
!(1(.W Vetr f iti i I '
Work ' It is I
;:.UP. l)UA V..!. i ::
rpms mactiine; WILL CLEAN AM)
J. scpniulu tho . 1 ' . .
' ' v. 1
from Smut, Cheat, Cockle, blighted, hrnlrnn
and shriveled Kralns, and oilier liiipurlties.
leaving me hkht H kaltii v, '.pi.vmp and
l-KHKKCl unilnstosow. Every Intelllireut
uuB 1IMIKITM111IKCUI aUWIIlg
PURE SEED WHEAT
so thnt when yon rnlse a crop von will havo
XOTHINU JU T WUKAT, and consequent
ly will raise three or four bushels more to
the acre. . ....
It . cleiutN Wheat for market H'MTHOUT
""ii snvinir i.ne small Kraius. It will
cliiul' from Sue to 400 luwhels of wheat per
huh 1-it-iiiit-r itt one ruuuiHK llirouul
than any Fan In the market.
It cleans Corn, Outs, llye. Barley, Timo
thy, Clover, Hemp, Flax nnd HiniKnrliili
Hruss Heedsj and if Clover and Tliiiutiiy
n . 11 win minriiM 1 iidll.
Uruiu Deuleni wlll irive prmn IwAnlv.flvn
tn fitly eenta morn on the bushel lor foul
vt nciii. cieaneu on nils r an.
Millers can suve from one-tlilnl tn mm.
hull ef til W K.V.VU. which lln.v
would otherwise fis-d to their lions, anil
from which they can muko good family
flour. , '
It eniiltlea ihn'Wllcnf. 1lriMllo It.ln
unu niisnci,, inereuy nvoKlliiK the wantk,
"im tiw 1 mi unu 1.A110H lornieriy un
avnidiihle In niwusurliiK up tiieuraln.
Ill tH-'St hlirmcrs.HlillctfS. Oriklll llnnlnra
Machinist and Business Men iironoiiiiu..
tills Mill u nerfis't Hll,s-ess. nnd il viilnnltlM
iiivenuon which mi loim necn neisliil.
WeclinlleuKe the mt rift mn Ihor.
ttUfh ti-st of tills Maehiuo, and ask all en
terprising runners, liraiu liealers, and
otliurs Interesteilln thU kind of machinery
... S. . V ,llM
ne'arefnl Investlirntlnn.reellnasntlsfled flint
Ita merits ure i au hui-miiiou to ail other
'i'ho iA'ttcraratcnt granted to
NEWTON WILLIAMS JR.,
(if Rt. Pant. Mlnnesofn. on the Mil of Ootn.
Isir, 1SII7, isiver KI4JHT Vrm ll-lt: JJS'O
M.nrOMTJ.vr I l-IMJIH. Iliereliy aecur
nu to parties piircliiislng Territory an ex
clusive monopoly In this vuluahlb luven-
uno WJ. Ul , ... .. ;
.... SEVENTEEN YEAR$.,
Energetic ana ltcspon.sible Men
capnhle of Cfindnctlnii a husluess of from
K,iiiiln t.;iii,ii, to purchase 1111 Interest In
this M.iclilnu, t To Hiicli pni'llca yen oiler
and say come and see us, nnd see If wi ilo
1101 convince you iliiiL you ouu .make mori)
money hy a Judli'iausliivvstiiH.nt 4nhaiHl
llnu this Hcpariilnr 1I11111 in liny oilier bim
lut'M, The Mills ure made of
(iood, Strong, Wi ll Si'usourd Lumber,
at. - .
EIEIIY MlfllUE WiPlWEII.
..-. 1 1 .', .
f'rlco of H10 Fun' at the Manufactory,
Full IMIlPcliliiiii nndiniiaiTy Mich Mill.
1 or Territory or Mills hi I line. Ken
tucky, uud tlm Houlliern bUitcs, cull ou or
toullrr, Moore 1 to., Agint
Ti H. JONES & CO.;
o tl (or. (olliue it hurt ii fels.,
(i'ultc I hun i Ik-r of ( oiuineroo,)
MMIVII.l i:, . . , TEXNKSSEK;
M.iv 1. 14 if.
Turn Over a NowXeaf.
TlHc with, nuccasing tranip
maViltcs on, nnd many a heart
that but a Tew days ago bent
"Tit a Pat" with fond hopes
for the fntnrcy In to-day still
1 foreyer , v y - . r. . -j-'
' Look nark 'and contemplate
what lime, lur done for others
and r jidcmbcf .p ht l.tt$ In
store Tor jou, I and cferybodj
else; then ask jonrself the
question, What would bcc6hic
of wire, children and the good
old folks. If my . checks were
demanded by th6' doorUepcr
of the next world ? Have you
secured to them, In the event
of your untimely decease, a"
portion of the financial value
of your life throngh the oicfll-
am of a
In the langtingu of l)avy Crockett,
"Bo Btire you nro right, then go
ahead." " ;
And when you have procured a
Policy in the
OP NEW YORK,
r -. .1 : ! , : ' 1 1
tins much you
Remember the namo and
The NORTH AMERICA
Is Liberal, Mutual, Just ! ;
riC. H; JONES,' Agent:
Dr. J. II. MAILORT.F. Vn'SlIlF and
SAMIEW. TAILOR; Solicitors. "
And sinco your liouso might bflrh
down, insurO that i " '
Tho most successful merchants
host, business men," arid iour tliiifly
faruiera, are (ho largest patrohs of
Insurance.. They Uike no risks that
responsible nionicd instltutionn will
assume at an equitable rate. It ia
important 4j Jctiow wliart(r ro for
tho reliublo'artlcle, conscijuenUj (liin
notice directing yon to tho
. , . oi' ; ,
C. iii .tones.
Capllal reprcWnted, more thatt '
(Observe that no ocean rolls bbtwOeh
you and their money.)
V 1. 'i ' ! J . .v. . .1 ,
iKTNA FIRK, bf 'Hartfori
HOME iNStlRANUK CoMPA-
NY; of Ner Haoti. .- 1)
ENTERPRISE IN. QOMP't, of.
Cincinnnti, Ohio. -..:
STATE INS. COMl'T, of Na.ih-
TENNESSEE MARINE ND
FIRE INS. COMP'Y, of Nahvill.
r TRAVELERS' Lll-ii Atil) AC
CIDENT INS. t'OMP'Y, of Hart
ford, Conn. ,
want Life, Tir,
Make liu contract beforq scoinjj
c 11; JdhizH: '
Loksch Kquilubl) Adjtislcil and
MuThi was the firat Ajftncy cs
tubliihcd ul'lcr the cohiiiieiii'efiieiit of
the aar.,. , , .f ; . .
, I'ATRONIZE JiiE
(larksiillc Jiisiirantiv Agenij
or ii. 11. .jon law.
Ju. 17, lfctts-lr
- - - - -y
PURIFY YOUR BLOOd
t)t all tbc .rcuirdiya tuat hnreCy disror
crcJ uurlilii 111 present riar for thf ;tlum
sand flli Unit n.l. tsBcWlo," iftnt rnunl
this worlHeilill preiamikii'.''- Unlj fcn' yiriii
liareclnpscd since the. discoverer (liiHn iit
a diimle in utiulrinp f nnr rirtieiits. t ml ier
'ettitip II) first ilitroduecil il to tlie jlnhlir,
and it IS ulready iciogniied by tldi tnoft rm
inent phjfliciiins ill all parts uf tPie rouiiiry
to be the most mirpflsifiK and cITHtiVe rniv
dj for certiil'n dlfenSM of wliiift the iinvf
knowledgol ,, , ., ,i ,.
Alt, oilier Coiii'potind ar fyrupl of tliM
root linve liithcrto failed to command Hit'
sanction of tlm Faculty, lifetime on being
tested, tticy hara liccn found to ronliiiu nox
Iums ingredients 'which neutralize the pood
eflcct.t.ol JUA Sdunurillii, and oltcniimes in.
jure the Jitx.llh ol -tntt.rinjieut;. It is nut td
with II in ley's preparation.
This is the pure and ccnnliia ex I nut or tlio
root, n.J wjU, onitrjiil bo frmtu to rll a
ciSrtain and rwrftct tare of Iht ' ftilUiOPing
complainui and diseases :
AtTectionsof the flonci, llaliitual Cojtivcncssi
Dcbiirty, nirfiWs ttf ltr Kidneys, Dys
peia, Rryslpttns, FenuilJ I rrc'iilai'
ities. Fistula, all skin discuses,
Lii'cr Complaint, linlies
t'ion, Files, Fulnio-'
. Syphili'sV .
ScTofiit,vbf "Ktng,l Evil.
PERFECTLY RELIABLE J
The only remedy for Chills nnd Fever or
Ague and l erer tlt Is or rail' bo Crttfclcd
Uwn is Mm ivy's Apuc Tonic There have been
tbisaid CUTtd by.usinir fl.'w'Bo ll4rticd
the usual remedies without bcnclltf hut irt'
i - . .. . -
Iliirloy'w Aiio Xonlf
Tailed to effect a cure. All who nnre
used it rheerlully lull their nftlirlcd fricndif
of IV at a sure and tirliiiii cure for chills juti!
fever. Any ort suftcTing from the chills'
would consult their own interest 6y sending
to a drrtg store and bftylrtg a bottle. It it
pleasant to take, compaifd with others, ami
will be certain to cure all cases of fever nnd
ague or chills and fever. Scud for it tt tbd
POPl'LAH WORM CANDY
An this Is mnlttr a it'fesifto' fVo. 4i-rtir!
the Lt.ll otii 'ualiiLbfh tonS In 1,1
children, It is uot mirprisiiiir that it is Inst la-'
king the plnce of all other irejinraitis fo(
ienrmtl fl l,.in Miftw.lU I ..l.n.l
will take it.
JAMES Itt'DDLE & CO., rroprlclow.
ftddthf" -.' L
cllllIIT - i. "
. lite, Weakness, In- l
fliirestlori.or DTsiiehsia, "'
Wa?t of actloii of lh .viti
OR DISORDERED STfJ.MAClf;
There arc no Hitters that can conipnre
with these in removing these distressing
complaints. For sale Or can lib had ut fin;
drug store In the United States, or frntri tint
proprietors; JAMES Kl'DDLK & CO:
1 . ..' v. . !
EXTIUCT JAMAICA ftlNkEri j
Use Jariif niiddle k Co.'s lCvtmrt Ja
maica liinger, for all Summer t'onjililiil,'
Cbolcrn, Cramps, Indigestion, Ac. TliU li
pure (Jyigcr, and can be relied ou.
Notice to Mother
We have, tiy purcliasr of tlie'oriciual re.
ccipt, become sole proprietors of this celebra
ted Medicine'. We ask you to civo' It a trial
with an asshfniKe that you will In future;
discard all those nauseous and dfi'truclivo'
stuffr, sifYti as Uatemnu'i DriM. Ooillrcv
Conlial, lionet's Mixture, &c, cbtiibiiiiiliotia
of a tuist and atitl-lirourcKsire nam. when it
was thought that the more tlisKiutiitir llirf
lflKtUi the bettor the nicalbiVe. . . 1 - '
I'se in the. future only hi:AniioOK's, a coin ,
binatiiib 4)tillo u i wit 11 ilia Ndvauceinrnt of
the age. Fleasnut to tiike. Iinriulrss in it
aclibn, edicient and fellillle In all casiy. In-'
valuable In the fulluwliig diseases:
Siiniiiit? r CoiHj'ialnl, Irrcpu!iri-
lies or me uowt'iH, Kestit e
nzm Tecthinu:. &fr
Gives health tlj tho child 0111 retl lo ffr 'mother.
We coillii give any quantity af'ccrliflriilrs'
licaring e'iilencci of iu suuedr aimlitics.
but nrt l'ei that our niediciuo rlidiilj stmut dn'
iu i)'.vu merits, which it w ill do Upon tri:tb
ElUIr of roVhosfta(e of Irou
This clegnnt Coniblnnllin Aivscp.scs nlfl'l'io
tiest Tdiiic prnperlles of peruvlnii battf ami
Iron, without the disogreeablu Ins'e and bll
ellcctsof either, arpurutvly or in other prcp
uraViuiis, f i'teso yiiluable medicine. It
should be taken ill' nil rases When a gentle)
tootc iniprcsfliiin is reipiireil iil'ler rotivnlrs
icriee from raviuis or other ilcbilimtins; ih.
ruses, or in those ilislrensint; in).r.i;i:i.iirrr t
(leculiiir lo ft inn lea. No leiuiiiu tlmuld l'
without it, if (iiilila Iu ' h i!Lf ii5i, fur nolle'
in' van well lakv kl place. ' ' ' ' "
English Horse Liniment
lias provrit ilself one of the bent l.tnlim hit
msilu for SpruiiH, llrui.rs, c, ill nil nisra
ben liicd lor either man or I M, uud will
do all we clului for if. Try h Ik.iiIc, and a
Hraiiul (wu will titvif afletwiuds u;
aujr ailii.' ...... j..-' . ,
JAMf S KI DDLE & 1,0.,
rs'; -I 1, alllllitt Htr4t
r' r LouiViLLfe. y, .? ;
rr aale M II. tt Ftawasl, 1'hns. I'lul
amt l.'irtnn tiros , I luikieillr, Triin,
I .Vuv !, !3GV 1;.