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.T B. SEBLETT,')
4--A- yNT, ) ... . .
kates or Aontnmtra.
Ono dollar par squhra or tan lines or leas.
CI.AKKRVIt.lR. KRfllAY, fsKPT. i. IHIIg.
ItAIMlOJeD TIME TABLE. Train!
Bonth.gm K.U. aud 6.36 P.M. Train North
8.10 A. M. and 5.1S r. w.
V QUAHTERLY MEETtXO. 'IllO lttt
quarterly meeting fur this conferenco
ytuT, will comrneneo at the M. E.
. CUurvU to-morrow morning.
Wn.U'im that tho Fair hold at
Franklin, Simpson county, Ky., was
'tat next Contlrcnc3 of the M. E.
Church wilt be held at Suulbyvlllc,
Teiin. tjommenclng October 14th.
The cost of tho Lincoln monument
will be about $200,000.
WB are Indebted to the Secretory of
the Giles County Fair for a couipll'
mentiiry ticket the Fair will com
Jnence Mi the 0th of October. ' '
Tim Kentucky Conference, at
Frankfort last week, contributed $-500
to aid In the erection of a monument
to tho lato Bishop Iluscom.
Rkven thousand one hundred and
nlnety-Hlx bales of cotton wero re
ceived In Now Orleans from tho 1st to
the 12th Inst.
T. W. Kino, ppeclnl commlHttloner,
will noil the linlnncc of tho Oupton
' ' '
T i tE B a x k ill' i'T Law. At the 1 nt
i ("-wion of Congress, au net junendu
tory of the general bankrupt law wus
nflHcd, extending tt the provisions
of the law to January 1, 18U9.
?lTATE ELKOTIOIt ' IK INDIANA,
Onto AND I1.NN8YIVAWrA.The
tttateulectlonsln the three great States
nbovo jiamad M ill transpire on the
rfuireuaj' Tuesday, the 43th duy of
The frost, on the nights of tho 15th
nnd lOUh dlil much dnmngo to tho
.lmeU-wVat and Sorghum crops, and
J o tlio kibe corn and tender vegetables
iu Illinois Iowa, and Wisconsin.
The "J. V. Wei n." Tliispfearoer,
wvll kuown by Cumberland river
Khippcrs, punkn t!js inec, lit
descending the falls n ear Louisville.
Tho loot Is H total wrsk. No lives
That very neat business house be
ing erected by Mr. Weill, oil .Straw
berry Alley, is Hearing completion
mul will be au ornament to tli.it por
tion of our city.
Ouit Faik. Speaking of tho .Fair
to eointuenco here on tlieTlliof Oo.to
ber, (lie Kfwlivillo Union (tiirl A met '
teat says: "We doubt not the mana
gers will Surpass anything they have
heretofore presented, nnd a rich nnd
rare rjstcrtalninent may be nnticl
liakea." I. O. O. F. The (Jrand Lodge of
the liuU'ndent Order of Odd Fel
lows of Hie I'uJted Stales, assembled
in Itultimorc on the :21st inst. Tiie
priH-eediiigs will lie looked to with In
tel vt by tho mcraWrsof tho Order
AcvuiKXT. La-st Toi'sila.v eveniiiR
Mr. John Dlack was passing the fill
cm MrNnon street with a Wagon load
ed with wood, when the team ran off
the pike, breaking the wngon and
throwing a portion of thf Wood upon
Mr. Black. Ho was considerably
bruised, but was not eoaslileml to lie
Comtr.O'iox. In our Annual re
view of our market, published Inst
week, We insert ed.by mistake, Messrs.
Harrison & Shelby's report of sales
for seven months to this U. H. Asses
sor at $10H,S19 18. It tditiuM have
. been $iV,"38 6S. Those of tho trado,
knowing tho high prices Uiese gentle
men obtained for their receipt nalu
rnllv saw the error at once.
Tlls entci'prlsing'flrnt are preparing
to niaku large additions to llioir ware
house toneeoinniodHte their increased
liilsluesAlif this seasom
Fi:noS.t..-Orlando tttaswell, our
Id friend, of I'lii l, Tennessee, mem
irv, paid us a short visit this week
lie is as eomniutili'.iUve and clever as
nf yore, when we wen- boys together.
Twi-nt v-tlve vctirs have eonie und
Koiie since we bivaine at'ipialliliHl, and
many i-hange have laken place with
bntliof us. We are growing old, irty
friend, let us endeavor to prow IwMer.
Kil.i.KH.- t 'hatles l'lugg, nn eni
plnyee nt the inai'lihie shop, was kill
ed lust Monday evening Whilst Com
ing upon a freight 1 rain. He wns
Manding on top of tlie car next to tho
locomotive, and in passing under a
hriilcc about a ball' mile front the
river, bis bead eamu In contact v itli
the timls'tN which completely tore oil
the top of bis inniiiin. He was
liieiitbing m In n tin y airtved at the
depot, but expired in a few minutes,
llAliliw.usK.- By a private note
Mr learn tliat Tom. rbuilh, of the
llrm of Fox & Kmlth, has buti-l,t the
lurgt-st and lnt awiorted stock of
litinlware, etc., ever Intended for this
market. His cutlery is as sharp as
two-edged sword. The (.lock Will Isj
ioued in a few days, nnd idl lire cor
diully Invited to call and examine it.
( .Ill III II HAI.K. W'f ftlO roqlk-steil
tuive notlcp that tho tld ll;itit
t'iiiiirh will Ihso1(I nt iiiililii'iitu lioii,
nn next Wednesday, the Srtth Inst., on
the iirvtiiiHcs, ut It o'ohK'k A. m., If
not privately Jisiwwtl of In fore thiit
time. Suh' (ni-itive. 'IVi iiw c.'isli.
peaking at the CnH-hoaM to-alsrht
' Ja. W1. "Jones, County' elector, and
Horace II. Lurton, Esq., will speak
at die qourt-houso to-rrigM.- .; Let
there be a general turnout to bear
these geoUemerK tV hop to aee a
large number of colored voters pres
ent. . . ,' , i - ' :, ' -
Base Ball. A match gamo of
Base Ball for tho Junior Champion
ship of the State, was played last Fri
day between the Llghtfoot Club, of
this city, and the Athletic Club, of
Nashville, ou the grounds of the lat
ter. The Rhino was called at half pnst
two O'clock nnd lasted two hours and ,
a half, resulting In a victory for the
Llghtfoot, by a score of 47 to 13. J.
W. Stilllv'an, of the Nashville Club,
acted as umpire, and M. Gaines and
T. Hough as scorer.
The following Is the score of each
M. Hcddhik. C.....
K. Fluttnr. P....... ...............
II. Cli'iimns, iHt 11 i
S, Isfi-r. 2'1 H 1 2
K. Itmhllek.Sil It 1
I C. Hull.', . . 3
turn. Jtnn. ( l;
Wm. Jrwln, R, F ...
Totsl ..- .
H. Johnson. C
J. L. Bradley, 1' .....
C. AVIleox. lt 1
tl. t. Perklnn, I..
M. N'l)l-tt. W B ,
UllVU, V. v..
Eil. Andomon. II. F,
Jnv JiieUnon, H. H
J. H, Lyntix, 2d H.....
Plliwranirht Athletle. IS: nilsnes. M.
Flleonslit Llnlitn.ot, lu; tnlHHCii, 2. :
Al night the Chilis repaired to the
residence of .Mrs, Crolghton, where
they were entertained until, a late
hour with music nnd dancing. '
Our boys express themselves as
highly pleased with their trip, And
return their thanks to the members
of the Athlctio Club and also to the
Nashville Club for kindnesses shown
them during their visit.
The following truthful remarks,
from the Gallatin Examiner, are ap
plicable to ail portions of the Stute.
Let newspaper croakers read and con
The mipport, nil over the Htnto, of the
white nnV mtwsiwperH tugrtKUdngly Klv-
cii. 1'rnimbly not one or them could live
n month upon their home reot'lpU; hiroo
uroDoriiou oi ineir lilt'tuia romiuu iroin
foreign ndvertlwrs In the wny of IJUKlneNx.
tlie eu.so nil ovi;r Temiefwee. It la
oltcii nllegeil, li wny of exciwu, tlutt turgor
iimi cnenpur pnpen enn ih' irneiirMi iNortn.
The reuMou ItAelf U 11 iNinili'inmitlon of
Iheli'courHO. for every ilollur Meut uwny hut
hol to hulld up mid Kiixtain Htraugeruid
Mttirve out nurnwn prtntirw, nn- well nn to
prevent lliem from Improving unit enlnr
giuu their pnpers, nnd muklng them betir
nnd ehenper. A Temii'twtH' pshllsherluarHt
Hlurved out by neilect. unil then nsked why
he doe.sn't wnx Int. InMeml- of eueonrti
King li 1 in with piiylugHitpport m hteli would
en utile 111 in to Imy liirui,r end lietter presses,
new snil Iwttvr type, liettur paper, employ
hotter editorial tulent, nnd more of If, nil
of wiileh lie would tnke pride In doing If
lie only eoiild. IIiuiiwiiiUh mid teimof thou
sanils of ilollais are niiiiiinlly Kent oil'
North, to the end of erlppllng our own
home presses which nre devoted to home
Interests, nnd nre mruMgllng to kt'ep their
litMidft ntiovo water. M'e nre not now eon
sldering the usefulness of n home press In
a polllieiil point-of view, und as nu Instru
menoiltty lu reenvrrlng our lost ruhtnt ar
our people must he blind when they Im
I'ome Imli Hi ri iil lu Its Its neuesslty In that
ItAII.KOAU KNOINKKIt Kll.LKD. Last Hllt
u, duy night Joseph Post, (bettor known
l.r. ns Jo. Binlth,) an engineer on the
(uri'-sville division of the Louisville end
Nnsht rallrond, was run over nnd killed
at Hoel'O'til by the Rntith-lmuud express
train. .Vr.' Pont wns acting engineer of
the nort tt -hound freight, nnd -while wnlt
Ing lor the t,i'H'nRer liaiiisnt down nn the
main traeki'nil fell asleep. The deceased
was frbiil PntU 'iSon, X. J.
The lt.irtsvllle' lliWereasrd toctst with
Its last Issue, Mep . i-'h. Cause: Want of
siilllclcnt palroiiaR,'. riienctof the lgls
Intum reouirliigtlift M advertising to he
piihllshisl in t-nruilL' nipers Is the iiniln
I'liuseof the stispimsK. li of the paper. '1 bis
unjust legislation lias liorne heavily upon
the country press of Tennenwo, und has
had the direct of rlisilii out several InUu
entlnl pnpem. We have KUIIwed a much
i'rlui.s us any country i.''ler In the Htute
la iiM(UeiiiK Of this 'Was legialatlpii,"
vet our paiiersllil lives, nil d will vntiiiue
tn live until the good peopl e of VI Usoli or
der it otherwise. ie&anon l'erula.
' Wc are sorry to notice the suspen
sion of such paper as tht' Hartsville
VidcUv, iiaiticularly when the cause
is broupht about by Infamous legisla
tive enactments. 11 them K'glslato:
most of us will live till wo die, tiny,
Latk IM'hmcationsv We ar;l.n-
tlebted to F. M. Dougherty for tho
October numbers of Lipplneott's, Oo-
dey's, Frank l.cslie's and tKmorefit'e
Maaajilnew. If you want ruiythlmr
In the Book and Stationery lino, you
will llud a good supply HtDougherty'a.
WiTiloiT AS) Ahtiht. We neglected Inst
wii'k to uotiiHi tlie departure of the ecel
lent nnd gi mli insnlv artist, Mr. U W. Mas
kill, t ho has heH Ih our inidHt no long,
nnd who hHsuivcn stieU uulviirsnl satlsfae-
lion. "Hard times" will the cause of lilt
leaving. We llofM f h Cll.ens if 4'laiks
vllle, where lie now is, will give hliw more
encouragi'iiieiit llnui he received licre, hr
he richl di'.-'i ves It. luitujn iirrahi.
Mr. Gitskill Inay lie found at Ann-
stnmg's gallery, wetd fido of the
ClBlTlT (iolMl'P. TllO
list etubraees iilsitlt all tiro Case
interest before the court !
Htale t. Laura Tnvlur. keeping house of
Ill-lame, nucd tV
llcorite llaiiliins, col., larceny M ill In Jail
--runner, eol., assault nthl lirtttir", liol.
,1 no. Curler, col., malicious shooting, ue-
Cnlliouti, col., larceny, sent to J. ill tun
Maria llo ward, col., keeping bud house,
plead uuilty and fined i.
.lanius l't'iil rc-ss, I'ul., larci'iiy.nciiultO'd.
.tun. Ciili r, col., uiaull ami liaitcry.ne
Hiilileil. Jan. tliapes.col. tippling, two casi'S, nol.
.1 no. 1 tin pes, eoltlpplliignnHiilnlay, fined
Woiitcn, murder, ncuullteit.
Mary Ann (iranl, eol., lewdness, eeut In
jail live da s.
Martha Phillips, col., kcepliighouseof HI
I'M. Ilcrringiou, inl.. malicious shooting,
UeiiilUed. ' '
I'liAXt'KKY I'orur. We are iti
forinoil hy one of tlio 'krtowiiiK ones,'
iimi tho nritus'ts fur I'linlicerv
. ... ... .i i.. ..i .1.... ......
l ollll.lil ini pone, in is-uiwi, nn
f.vir. Wo nevd u term of said
a ti s I . i 1. ... .
IVlllt Very la.liy lliuecu, mm lioH
tlutt iur iiifi)nu;tnt is c..iiccl.
The Cot'RT. Judge Shackelford
has pushed through the criminal and
commenced yesterday morning on
the civil docket
Match Game. There will be a
match game of base ball between the
Llghtfoot and Cumberland. Clubs at
three o'clock this afternoon, on the
Oun esteemed friend, MsJ. Wm,
Balthrop, has returned to the city
and may found at the new store of
Wm. Bradley ,'at Broeddua' jld stand.
Tit Lard W Imyk, for Oetonor, eon-
t'llns noventnen nrtlnlos. The lending or
llclo, flie Buttle of Mansfield, Is wall writ
ten ilnd of stirring' Intnrsnt. The 'ether
prnss nrttntn sra, Clilnnfrf , Dsnntnfe under
Rhells, Oen. Io st the Wlldorneln, Mary
Anlihnrton, Wetmtnstr Ahby, Tlie Psrc
Moneenux, Orehnrds, Mnbcl, Tho Future of
Younii Africa, Ilavernnck. Editorial, eta.
Tho Poetry Is tiy Mm, llellnmy, of Ala
boms, Henry P. Parr, of Memphis, n.
Tills numUrr eompsrrs Hivornbty with
the others of this mdn popalor Houtliorn
BITER XEWI. .
Tht Cnmlwrlnnd commenced rising on
Wodneidny at noon, snd np to the present
time has risen 7 feet making fully 11 feet on
Our merchants are receiving Inrge quan
tities of morehnniliirb by river, at about 40
cent per 100 It from Cincinnati.
The Talisman passed down for Padu
esh lsst bight. Hhe will g on the wy
nt that place, and when thoroughly over
hauled, will take her regular day In the
Xnshvlllo and Cairo llnei
The Tyrone hu boon entirely refitted at
Louisville, which place she left on Thurs
day, and will pan up for Xnshvlllo ou Sat
Thcstoamcr Xnshvlllo did not go further
than St, Louis with her government trip.
Hhe lea that city oa Wednesday and will
pass up to-day. ' :; '. .
Tho Umpire loft onrclly on Monday eve
ning for tho Paducuh Fair. Quite a com
motion wns mnnlfcMcd on Franklin etroct
among our young men, and numbers of
them proceeded to the wharf to hid nil leu
to some of Kentucky's fair dsughtor's who
wero en route to the Fair. The rain was
pouring down In torrents, but tt did not
dampen the ardor of the Junior oh oar
whnrflmnt, who breasted the storm until
the boat rounded the point below the city ;
I. e., the junior was waving his handker
chief from the wludow of tlie whurfboat.
There Has hern no change lu rates of
freight since our lost.
The ItavnIM Is advertised to leave Cincin
nati on Snturdny.
Tho Itunwo will leave tor Evausvlllu to
day nt 9 r. m.
The Alpha Irfl tnr Cairo this morning at
8 o'clock with a good trip.
. i .
The Memphis, Clarksville and
IiuisviilcHallroad.ngaipst which the
Government will, It lssnlil, sue out an
attachment, and sell It to pay a portion
of the Tennessee ItflllroAa debt due
tho United Htates, owed on tlie first
day of July last a debt and Interest
ainountingto?2,,V0,6i)2ia. The debt
due the Goveirlment Included in this
amount was 380,750 21. j
Impoktant to Tax-Fa ykms.- It
is important that tax-payers should
know at what timo tho taxes begin
to increase on taxable proporty, as
provided by the lato jevenuc law. -According
to the uet of the Tennessee
Legislature, passed last Murch, taxes
not paid by the first of November will
lie inereasod two per cont. On the
first of December fivo per cent, will
be added, and on the first of Jtinuury
A ttoii xey-Oexera l Kvaets has
rendered un opinion against paying
for the use of property occupied by
the army durinc the war. Tho case
of Elliott of Tennessee, was made a
test case, wroans go up iromtne
"trooly loll" at this death blow to
their hopes, rs any number of bills
were ready to pour In from "orignal
in ion men" nnd the ripinion necn
otherwise. ' . . .
"Fikk in the Mountain's J" We
were pleased to loarn hist week, as we
did from tlie mountain delegations at
the Cleveland Convention, that there
have been great changes in the moun
tain THitmties, and that these changes
are still sroimr on. Hundreds and
thousands who voted for Bullock, rat
ification and relief last April, are now
for Seymour and Blair. They confi
dently expect to carry every one of
tne twenty-one counties composing
the sixth district for Seytnourand
Blair. lti (Ga.) Wututunan
The Louisville Democrat has the
following complimentary notice of
the reconstructed Tyrone:
From keel to lacktnff she has been
thorouirhly renovated and to-day is
the most complete steam bont of her
hi.o mat ever turned a pamiie-wncci.
During the several weeks that she has
I icon laid up here, the Tyrone has re
-elved the finishing touches of our
master mechanics. Hhe Is now in all
rox)iectA it complete steamboat, and
Wtf give her over to t he tender mercies
of the I umbcrlanil Klver ieoiil6.
Willi her new outfit, ami under the
prestige of her hew colors, thtf Ty
rone VHi leave ino eiiy w nan soon
for the old waters of the Cumberland.
Her vuruUhi'd boo my will attract nil
the jieople along llito slioro.
1 Iv'ison & FlXKKV. thesTreat school
ibtsik publishers of New York, have
,.f! issiictl this yearit 15,000 Union spelle
I and readers, 6nu,tKK) of itoliinson's 8
rt lMMitiof undent' Heries, andovcr
. ,t0,00n,t)0() slneo its first Issue. These
(Ifturos plve sonio 1'ulltt Idea of tills
extent nf niuoatioiml tibIiHlilng In
John A. Rt'TTRn, who 1iscovorerl
tlio first Roll in ('alifortlifl, lax-anle so
ttoor that tho State riivo liiiu a yenr
ly ponsloll of ;l,fi(N, which he still
lives ujioii; and Comstock, tho mnrt
who tliscovrreil the famous Corn-stock
lode In Nevada, from wliieli so miteh
silver has lieeu taken, sold It for a
hot so. 1 1 Is worth at k'tist O0,000,00a
At tlie vereiit elect Inn In New Mex
ico, a dispatch from Hantti Fe informs
us tne 1 it'iiiocntia ritricn ininct n out
lof tliei twciitv-slx inemliers of the
legislature, licing a gain nf seven
Injlilsclly.ini tlio 17th Inst., bv Itcv. lr.
Imvics, Mr. Josi imi M. lloiiB, of tiallalln,
Tin n., to Mrs. Maiiv I". IUiiiu, of this city.
In this eoniily, on the ITth lust., after a
- prtrHelitd nines.. Mikks tStstta, In the
"' yroi tusnge.
t el.!- .v tl.A n
- , . Yl . 'n', L'7,;. VI-
ris, aged 1 luoiiliis.
TO THB ClTlSEna OF CLAKKSVrLLc-H ll
represented to m that there U a strong
desire on the part of the voters of our city
to have a candidate for 'the mayoralty
thereof who will serve when elected ; and
Whl6h opinion I entertain.
Having been so often urged to become a
can'dldate for Mayor, and this pressure be
ing so constant and from all sides, nod In
sisted upon by so many, I have been forced
reluctantly to yield. To avoid further so
licitations, and with the Intention, If elect
ed, honestly and faithfully to serve and
promote the best Interests of our city, I au-
nouoeo myself a candidate for Mayor.
Ciiari.ks Ben Lieu.
Sept. 35, 'OS-It. .
JOHX HHRODTM has a Inrge lot of
Sash, Blinds, poors, Frames, etc., on hand,
and Is fully prepared to do work In his line
promptly and In good style.
Sept. 23, 1808-lt .
J not Received. Another lot of the
Boitep ROrM made In Wheeling, Va.,
for . K. . llllINOHUKST Co.
Sept. 25, '6S-2W.
XeHee to Whleml Healer. If you
want goods ns cheap as they can he bought
In any market this side of Kew York, call
on Wm. Ilroaddhs A Co., where yeu will
find a good stock as low na tho lowest. ..
Sep la, taot-tf . -. ; t ; , - . . ,
For the Fall and Winter tfrarte.
J. M. Rick has Just ret urn ml from tire East
with a splendid stock of Full and winter
Goods, bought for rash, which wo are oBcr
lug very low. Call and see ns.
WM. BKOADDUB A CO.
Sept 18, lW-tr - '
The ytodl ry IVagon It making for It
self the bust reputation of any work ever
sold lnthlsconalry. We refer the public to
thoso who are, using this work. Including
some of the oldest teamstemln the city and
surrounding country. If U tht Ug-hlttt
rummlnr aregwato . Made In Wheeling,
Virginia, toour order. Call and examine It,
at 1 K. S. BnixanuniiT & Co's.
Sept. 11, 1808-tf.
No Cure TtoFwjr. Forrest's JunlperTnr
Is warranted to cure Cough, Cold, Hoarse
ness, Croilp, Thront nnd I.ting PIsenses, or
the price positively refunded. Instnntnne-
ous relief iifdduced. Try It; If not sntls-
fled, return tlie eihpty bottlos and gi't your
money back. Price, 85 cents per bottle.
Bold Wholesulc nhd retail, by
. . . B, U, Stewaut.
tVpt,)Hk'Mm,t'M . '.. ;.;. , ..
A Very tloon Thibo. Prepared with ar
tistic benuty, with chemical purity nnd ex
actness, selected and combined according
to extensive medical experience, unique In
In finish and appearance, pleusant to the
taato, never ntrectlng the head, ears rir
nerves, and never falling In Its remedial ef
fectsby cleansing the stomach, arousing
the liver, nnd anting as a powerful nnti
perlodie Dramgoole A Co. 'a King of Chills,
at one dollar per bottle, Is the boasted
pti yslclun 's com bl nation of the p resell t day
for all forms of chills and fever, heurnlgln
sun pnin, aching of the Joints and bones
and all complaints for which quinine Is so
extensively employed. See advertisement
headed 'QreatSouthcrn Preparations.' Fl-r
sale by Thomas Flnley.
Sept. tth ltkiS 4w.
i) the Cititrn n Montgomery County and
vicinity: The fall season will soon bo here,
aud all persons Intending to have Painting
and Renovating dono this full, should en
gage their work or make their contracts at
oner. If they will notice tho market quo
tations, they will see that linseed oil hss
advanced fifteen per cent. In tho past few
days nod Is steadily on the rise, and every
other material In our lino Is advancing in
prlcoi such an lead, glass, 4o.
Those persons who may favor us with s
call know that If they engage tnelr work or
make their contracts at onue, it Will enable
us to purchase asupply of material ut pres
ent prices, tind We cn altbrd to do their
work chenper now than If It Is put on till
later In the season und material at an ad
We return onr sincere thanks forthe very
liberal patronage we have received from
this community the past spring and sum
mer, and Iioik), by doing onr work In a sub
stantial and workmanlike manner and Ut
reasonable prices, to ntcrtt a continuance
of the same. Respectfully,
W. I Oaiidi.tkr Co.,
IIHitso Painters and Ilecorntors.
Shop, Pink Corner, on Strawberry Alloy,
back of Coulter, Hilimau A Co's;
Aug. 20, VNi-lm.
Mt'MIC M'ltOOL. MIHH M ArtflARFT
rtlNii will open a MusleHehrHl,iit hnr reel-
dence, tho 1st Monday lit HepUimber, 1SAH
Terms MO 00 per session of twenty woeks.
Use of Piano, f5 00. Instruction In thor
ough base. Three lessons will lie given a
week, and each lemon three quarters of au
hour long. Tuition payable In advance.
Kodeduetlon link's for protracted lllnetls.
July 17, lstltj-am.
tt'liAt'N ot'Tr-W'hy numberless bid
rope cloUit's linos, rotting ill this damp
weather. Now there Is no rcasbrl fortius;
nor (allow us to say) no sense In It, when
you can, flir a very small sum, proctitis.
HIIITH Willi; tXOTHKN lilKK that
will lust 4'UU lis long ns you live, and will
pnive the greatest convenience you ever
They will not rust.
They will not dirty the clothes.
The clothes will not frevflr to Ihemi
In short they Are the very thing.
Wo warrant all this. Call and buy hllb,
at . C. II, MOH11IHON CO'S;
.1 o NKS ,1 II it M K.
Aci nts for the manufacturers;
May 22, lstrt-if
tlXKUAL XFVM'AniUuKSCI! ,
.JIN'O. V. lUXONt
NOMTHLItN HANK OF TKXNFKMHH,
Is the aufhdllse't Agent Mr Uiu
LoiilsvilleCuariur, RoIhm isoii ih-glster,
Louisville Join uul, Uussellvllle lleruld,
Nashville Manner, Pe Bnu 's Ilerlew,
" t'nlou iHlKputcli, niid the
" tiuxette, llaiiueroftheHouth,
edited ly rather Alirani Itynni Hiilhor of
tho "lmqueretl Hanhvr," ., ahtl 1'cK't
ijinriMtU' or the Hnutli.
Kuhsetlptlons forwanled rue b charge
u hm firroinhnntedOi thtetuh.
July , 'US-Sill. '
Ileert neeftl-Kot the Santo beef Of thh
fncletil HeotehiliAn, Hook, bitt real nice ruts
rum tha well futU'd beef cuttle of itlwlurfe
times, kept fbr sale nt the city markets
house, (lietter ktiowu as chlcketl Niiip), ev
ery market morning. When yon come to
market call at my stall ami supply your
selves with sometning thnt will do to cnuie.
April, iMM,. T' "
A (jtMMl t'hanre fnr Nomebly.Kaw
la the Time ! Hake tioott Invest-
menl.A very deslrnlile and well selected
stock of tlorsls, with n llrst-rate run of city
and country trade, for sale. The lstrty
wishes to sell out with a view of removing
lo'uiiiillicr ntute. The terms are easy
enough no niuuey wanted at the orsent
time. For luriher parllenlum, rail on or
address the proprietors of the Chronicle.
We are authorised to ununuuee M. W
jCAKKl'KK as a candidate for re-i lis-tlon
to the etni-r nf nty Marshal, rieetlon to
take place 1st s.turJuy In iviobcr.
trp 1, "flii-td
RUSH TO tHE'.HESOUBl
CWUNTRYMEH. - COUNTRY MF.It
J eoante, sod all others desiring Qooda,
W ares and Merchandise, can save from 26
to 83i per cent, by calling at tlie
r..-: .t; :
Auction and Commission. House
T. II. IIYI-tVIS-,
South side of Pnbllo Square, three doors
ens; from the National Hotel. In Ciarksvlllo,
Tennessee, Here you cun find a good as
Spring andSnmmcrDry Goods,
Clothing, Boots, Shoes,
Hals, Millinery Goods,
Notions, Qiiccnswarc '
or anything else you wnnt, at either whole
sale or retail.
Uont forget the name and place. . .
I. n. nTMAX, AUCTIOXKER,
Sotilh Side Public Sqaare, Sd Door
East from National Hotel,, Clarks
P. SL I Will also sell every description of
property r Admlnlstralom, Kxecntnra,
rustoes, Agestsnud Private Part ies, either
on thestnN't. In the city or country
2a, '6S-tr. .
STATE INSURANCE COMPANY,
1N" a s li v i 1 1 e .
Well Tried and Reliable.
V. J. THOMAS
OFFICE Secohd Nntlonal Dank building
(first noor), College street.
C. II. JONES,
April 17. ltWS-tf.
Paints, Oils) ,
Brushes of all kinds,
Dye Stuffs, .
Domestic Liquid Dyes,
French Brandv. .
And all articles ueces
sary or useful in the Sick
ivoom, f, .
W'e are receiving fiesli nirtl.lirs, ever
week, sad reMtvd to furuisll aBy quaa-
liuvs the niiiikei may deuianfl,
AT TEKT LOW TRU'EB.
We tttll the nttrntibn of Coatrnctots.
Builders net! hunters, 0 our lurjetock of
WHIT K its M A r .
nnd Window Uls9, and all articles in the
wsy of Painters' material, which we are
selling at A small advance on mciunii
fncturcra' prices. Orders from physicians,
promptly filled, at lbs sign of the "Big'
Uold Fen,'' Franklin t.; U1.A Kh.S VibLc
August 10, 186 7-tf. i
To the Citizens ot Clarksville and
rWori.Ti STATU THAT 1 HAVE .11 HT
retiirncit t'roin the Kastern billes with a
. . - . lw
large stock of the ls-st brand of French l olf
(skills, together with m very Inrge sunk of
muUiiiuJot every kind lur luuuuuuuunug
VAum itnnTs ami khokk.
of the latest .ivies, all of which I Isiught
for cash which enables mu to miiKa uu
kinds ol Iloois mid HIiiH-sat greatly rtslwed
nrliHM. A liit-n Ml.u-k of lllailH VllfH OH
haiid, whll'h 1 warrant, at greatly reduced
J 1 1 IllUIIIIinK UIII1V WIl MW amii nor
iti.l, . .j . as avktl.. IIImhI aantrnn.
ii ii iimiiv inuiiic nruir inmi f
re. liiriitfenv v.Mi.-ii.of inr olil triumlft il
miKioiiierH, I iuumL rpovUUUy ftuliviltt full-
Bodte and Shoes.
Gentlemen resldlagTlh the oisintry,
arcfully exaiiiliiing the fol
tiiU.i i iu.lv i.u n mriiii,iM. Mini luiiid to Hie
old Hint well known Hoot niulHlioeSituiiil df
John Itlck, West HlilPiililloMiuui'e,t iiii'Ks
villo, Tcnuesseu, wlieu a
(iOOl) FIT ILL Cr.tliAVTEED,
If properly tukea by the ftilloWlhg
fclrcctlont for Mrnhr1rtit tiie t'oot.
t'irtt. l'lnce the foot On a mere Of paper
uml I miHi I Ii. mil Hum ht annie with a IM'UCll,
whluh Will wive the lengtti aud spruau oi
tlie loot, us shoWll ill figure .d. .
ladies suit iiuet lolls, with tanu rrtuesitrei ns
sliown in imure ll, viz:
i-v. i oh mill in i un root
2d. The low instep.
Sd. The high Insti p.
4th. The heel.
th. 'I'lie en If.
April IT. lsniMini.
A l'L 1'KHSONIt MAVINO rl.AIMS
J against the ts.li.leof Thomas (I. II inch
iwiiii dce'd, are rt-iuusled to presoiit thi'ia
lu luclor settlement, and all ii sous in
I T.llZrl ." "1" n'j: L. '."..ZL.V
debted to sunl olKle. are requi'Stcd to come
i J. H. MAHABt .K.
j IV ft 11 '(ta-lw itieutor
Turn Over tv New Leaf.
Time with nnccnslng tramp
marclies ri, and many a heart
that but a few days ago beat
"Pita Tat" with fond hopes
for the future, Is tMay still
Look back nnd contemplate
what time has done for others
and remember what It has In
store for jon, I and everybodj
clsrj tlica nsk jorirself the
question, What wonld becom6
of wife, children and the good
old folks, if my checks were
demanded by the doorkeeper
of the next world? Have you
secured to them, In the efent
of y6ur nniimcly decease, a
portion of the financial value
of j our life through tlie niedi
Dm of a
. 0 .
In tlio language of Davy Crockctt(
"Be sure you are right, then go
And wlien you hare procured a
rtflicy in tho ' ' 1
, of EY york,
this ruucli you have accomplished.
Remember the namo and get no
The NORTH AMERICA
Is Liberal, Mutual, Just !
C. fi. JONES, Agent.
Dr. J. h. ttALtORY.F. WlNSBIF and
SAHl'Ii J. TATL0R, Sbllrlton. "
And since $0?t liousb might burn
down, in8iiic that I -
The most Bucccssful rribrchants,
best, businena men, and our thrifty
farmers, nre the largest patrons of
Insurance. They tuke no risks that
responsible monied institutions will
assuhie at nn bqbitabld rate. ' It is
important to .know wlicre to go for
the reliable article, conscqueutly this
notice uirecting you to tho
- , ! . ,: '-'''
Cspital rcprcieutod, more than
(Observe tlutt no ocean rolls between
you and their money.)
NORTH' AMERICA LIFB IN
SURANCE COMPANY, of New
..ETNA FIRE, of Hartford.
HOME INSURANCE COMPA-
NY, of New Haven.
ENTERPRISE IN. COMP'Y, of
STATE INS. COMP'Y, of Nash
TENNESSEE MAltiNK AND
FIRE INS. COMP'Y, of Nashvilla
i TRAVELERS' LU'E ANl AC
CIDENT INS. COMP'Y, of Hart
ford, Cennt , f ! , ; 1 . t
. il.'t I ' . -Mi
Wheh you Want Life, Tire,
MdtinfS or Accident
Make bo ooptracta before seeing
' O. II. JONEH,
Losses Equitably Adjusted ant
i(AThi was tha first Agency ei
tablishcd after tho commencement of
Clarkifille Insurunce ARcncj
or o si .joivi:n.
.a. IT, 18SS-1
o r e -a. rr
Svntnr. ftWrmrs -wrftic itttf riis.
oovei-ed nmid Greenland's ley motin-.
Ins, nor Africa's burning snnds; they
were not breathed In thilndrr rrom rolling
clouds, nor belched rrom melting volcano;
they were not brought forth from Chnoshy
tnrnltlotv. nor discovered by ooeideiit iu a
far -ollllmef but they nre I lie resiiltofa
long 6i (Jnl experience In In tho ftoiithern
aud Werdi'rn hutteS, Isdng lu'ensred ftv reir-
ihyslelHiis, with great ne
: mini reinisiini nucnis iiiiil nre used
hy the Medical ProlCsslon all over the
The puiille hn-e long demnnded n close
or Reliable Family Alellrlae, prepiip
eil by the in ci Ileal profession, adapted to
the actual wnnts and messltles or cbcb
nnd every family, ami wo have now ui
piled (UntVunl. , . , ; j i i , ,
rliyttician Preterite Them I
Druggittt Ilccammend Them 1 1
lYtrmcrt and rtanten are Using
them in (heir FamiUct in
, . , Lieu qf .all other , ...
1 - ', Jteparatloiu. ...
WherrvnV onoe hitendared tlmlr sale has
-en iniiy wonuenui. Wlifle n-onr the
frigid clime of tho-North t, tlie mrrid
cones of the Kouth. nnd from tlie Rusiem
shores of the Atlanllc to the Western l,.ii-...
ioi ine i-nciiie, tne pealing and dlseordniit
inuniiers oi numinigKcrv are grilling
hnrshly upon tlie ear, the son nndronvlno
Ing tones of science have eonie to vonr res
ue, and now make stroim hmmmiIs noon
your calm reason nnd Judgment to trv our
remedies, promising that thev will nt ohef
merit your esteem und confidence
Ci It K A.
Vhose are the strthflsnl Farridv foMcliiM
of .VjnerUa. They nro iirescrllsTl nad useil
liy tiie medical profession. . They are pre'
ferred by every mother and father ThcV
Immediately merit public enlwMI nnd eon'4
tldenee of nil who once test tbefr vlrtties.
They nre prepared by iihyKleinna who nre
nniy niiinoria riy tno t nngress or tlio
I'nlleil Klates. nnd arc the result of a Irmii
bedside t kperlraai-. fk lng irltnVr seereis
nor paltntNj, UieiitnrlKtll iroiKliiii have
fm hesltjiney ih giving them a fair trial arid
a hearty recommendation.
fhrntsnnds of onrMlow lsl nits nre shinu
ally eouslgm-d to untimely graves, and tha
dying groans of old and yonng are eons
stuntly crying aloud for relief Iron, mars'
rhiea, Cholera Morhns, Ac. As a resnlt of
much scientific research; and ft long and
fulthl'ul exiMirlenee, we olli rn Itemeily for
nil those Summer Complaints which Is
nleasut tout eeverfnHlim lirliaefli sts,'
nioiaea slioukl, fail to liavu 11 supply tit
the . . . . . . . .
' Kea DiarrlKca Rfmefly, '
Prepared with artistic beauty, witll ehehil-i
iu purity ami exactness, seiee.teu nnu coiih
.lined ficeordlmc to extensive medical i'R-
Jierh'nw, uniuue In hiiish and apis'iiriinee,
mild, oleusiillt and eiMillna to the stomach.
ami never-lallliig. In rumiillal ellccts, tha
unerring finger or truth points to the It K.I J
ldAlUUIUOA HKMKUY us tha boasted
combination of thediiy lor all lorins of 1)1'
arrheea. Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Nausea,
i ooiii iiih. i minis, eic.
I'rlee ti.OH.or six bottles for S.VO0. Kent to
all partsof the country ou receiptor price.
Hold by alt druggists,
' j. r. iitaMtJtioMc a co.(
lTopricioni, Aiempiiis, icnuessee.
English iPemale Bitters.
WHAT WIIL THEY DO t
They Will restore fad inn female uenhtv.
will pnlnt tho pale check, will hnrl buck
Hi" gathering storm that encircles your
mow, win auu urigntiiess anu lustre to
your lifeless eye, will give brilliancy nnd
activity to your dull intellect, will soothe
aud strengthen roar stmt Wired nerves, add
lone, iieullh and buoyancy to your whole
Uou' WUt They Do AU TMi t j
v arouslnd. rcKiilutlnaand restorlna all
sickly females to a healthy condition. Ilv
curlna all thiste coiuhIhIiiU Deeulisr to the
inBiwn "Tsimw ns nunmi, nnppii awe a or
irregular Menstrual ion. nysicriu, jucor
rhcea, Prolapsus Uteri, Uleeratlou and Irri
tability of tlio Womb, Pains In the Hide
and Hack, Mehincholly, Palpitation nf the
Heart, Hwlmmliig and Uiddtness of the
IV . . I f . 1 .1 lh... TIh.I II I . . M . .
.vMu,,,., a-.-v ,iiu iiiuiun, i.i.'rivuilli'flN,
Slog lleadauha, Faellng of Kiilloentlon,
iiiiispoii.ioii mi enier psjcieiy, unu nil Hie
flistiasiis arising from a deranged condition
of the literiue system, whether allccllng
uiu or young, uiurrivu or single, mis com
pound is iienner secna nor puicm, nut is
nreuurtsl und oltlired by the ruuulur medi
We hitve hundreds similar U4he fhlloir.
rng. from aa emlnuut ulivsleluit of Liu roll
county, Miss. : - v
Mem. J. J'. Dromuoole t- Co.:
A rmir "EnullHh Female Bitters" Is nol-
thera secret nor a patent, 1 huvo frequent
ly prescrltHsl It far the vurlous female eoui
ilainls of our oountry.and always with the
most sutisiaeiury results, tt is ueeiutsjiy
the most valuubio comliinntlon 1 have ever
known for the treatment of those com-
jilnlnts ieullsr to the female eex old or
lOiuig, unu i no nor nesiuito to give It a
icurty reeouimeiidatlon. Its astonishing
cures have won an- It irtuny laurels In Caiv
roil coiiniy. aim i nopu us emeiuney muy
lie herulded all over tlio country, that the
lued'cal muiessinii aud the luinaluvumiau
reapiieuiivtinitigea. - ' -
U. W. VAMnC.lt, M. 11.
The Kmrlteh Feinnlo flittera la aemratelt
nud bettulilully put tip in largo bottles, ut
nor oniuc.or ilium noil H lof k..uu
lllebottle Irtst Inu ubout two weeks. HIiIik
peil to all parts of tliu eouiitry pn receipt
'ice. nuiu oy an ornugtsts.
. S, V. LUtOMOllOI.K A CO., :
rroprletors, Memphis, Tennessee.
Kidney aud Bladder Affections
Are exci cillnglv common and troublesome
all over the country, ami Hie pnlilln have
long felt the necessity of a remedy Ihut can
!c relied uin in all thoso allect Ions, and
none are oeiierquaiineo lo prepare sueli a
reiiiiKly than the physician himself. We
have pruetieed medicine alsiut twenty
years, und ran safely suy thai, wu know ul
no comblbatlou tutstuuf onr .
EXTRACT BEAKBEKBI A3D BllUU.
It Is reeotnmended to euro all rWanga
men W of the Ktilneyanml Hlsililrr. Bncli na
Uruvel, Urinary iH'aoaiUi of all kinds.
Illoorty or llUky ITrtue, ferauetit slenlre U
111 llie bmiitl o
f the Hock.
Hull liuiulng lidv Ih the luloa ot Un
Milliliter, lout, liroMty,Ncavius'rrcihhlliig
F:vii I'umlimlliiim. KHeets ol
liaialHnf lilsslnatlon or Kurlv Al.i
ssipatloii or r.url y A l.itse,
of Power and klemiuy, and all llnseHlle-
Hons reuulrliia a nnxilel ami deeldeil Ills
retlu, whet Iter old or young, male or female'
Price el.Uh or six bottles for fi lti. Hlilo.
lied to all puns of tlie noun try ou receipt
ui prieti, noni ny un iiriiitgists.
j. v. iitu.M'.ii)i.r; ct., i
I'roprictors) Neiuphls, Tcuuessi o.
TUB I II ILL rt'ZZLE.
k I a I'-
s I I 1 b I 1 I a
a I I I h r h I I 1 a '
s I I I h e r c h I I 1 s
kill befafe bills
. 1 I I li f u o I il Ii I I I I
K I I I ll f f II 11 11 I II 1 II f II ll I I I
a I i i n e i ii g ii s ii g o i e n i i i a
I I i Ii i f i a i u f i h I I 1 1
s I 1 1 h v f o sj o f e h 1 I I a ,
sill befafe hills
sill here hills
I I 1 I ll c Ii I 1 I I
. s 1 I I k I I fa
a I I I I I s
a I I I a
a I a
Thf iiImivo will eur e ahy'ease f chills
even of six mouths standing, withoal af
fecting the In uil, ears, or nerves. It arou
ses tbe sloimu'h and liver, enrrlee nit the
blle.aud eflecls purtiiaiient euros. In the
swamps of Arkansas, where tha chill ure
so common ami so iinnciiii 10 cure, iney
readily yield when treated with our King
oi I inn
Put up In lurgo bottles at II. OU. or six hot-
r .1.(0. m lit to all parts Of tbe coun-
try ou retwlpt Of pnru. Kuld bf all drug-
J. P. PROMGOOLE & CO,,
f ar sale tw ti
Tttca. Holey, I ranltllal
fsfreel. IsiWstllle, Trssi
HUKLEY AGUE TONIC f
PERFECTLY EELIADLE f
- 9- I .i
The ohl remrdj- for Cliills and Fever er
Ague and Fever that U or ran be depended
upon iiHitrleyi Ague Tonic. Thcra liavaueen
thouMiidi cured tiy" using lr who hsd Iried
the usual reniediei without benefit ; but in
no rno hair
fallrd t (fMit k riire. ah U bsve
used it cheerfully tell their afllicted friend
of it ai a sure and certain cure for chills and
fcef. Atf tB euireilng front Mis chills
would dinJutr ttlelr fiwfl' lltterrit y deddlof
to a drug store and burins a bottle, it it
pleasant to tnke, compared witll- oilleis, sad
will be eertnia to cure all reset of frrsr and
ague nr Chills and fever. Brad fbf I ta th
fOPlt Alt wowr CASDI.
Ai tliii is realty a specific for wormsyead
tlio ftrH tnf moil pahtnhl .form to lAt -fir
children, h Is not strrprlsing that It ll tut ta
King ine place or all other preparations fbr
worms H Ving iftctly taetVst nnj vbild
will tnke ft. i . , , i
JAMKS RlfJBLt k CO., Proorietort.
1 . r
tite, Weakness, la
diffesf ioa, bt Drsprfrtis
tVnnt of action of the Mrer,
Olt DKSUROKRKU STtJIACiT(
Tlicre are no Bitter (bat raff compare
ith'tiic.W In rt-morifiir these dritrestfn
edmptalhtsi ' Per sale or nut be had at ha;
drug store in tne united metes, or from tttC
projitielon, JUVVIKS, HVDbUi h (UO
. a :X lAiatatiiie y,
PURIFY YOUR DLOOD
Of aft the femediet that have been disc.
ered during the present age fur the "thou- "
land illi that flcub Ii heir to," none eqtut
this wonderful preasrsiton. Only ten years
baTeelnpscd unce tha discoverer (wbosisiBt
a decade In itudving experiments, and pet'
ecliftg ft) lira! introdafltd It to Hit pub Ik,
ana It hi already recognited by rlie aiest
inrnt physicians in all parts of the country,
to be tbe most surprising and effective r"rne
dy for certain diseases of which they aeta
AH other" Compounds OA Syrupi of Ihil
root have hitherto failed to command tha
sanction of tlie Faculty, became on being
tested, I hey lisvs been found to contain hqx
ioMt ingredients which neUtrtillr.e the good
effects of the Ksnisparilla, and oftentimes In
jura tha health of. the patitinV It i hot so
with nnrlcyiprtrfmrtlilon. " " '
This is the pure and genuine extract of the
root, aud will, on trial, be found to effect a,
certain- and perfect core of tb following
complaints afad diseases l
Auctions of the Ilotlu, Habitual Costtrehris,
Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys, Dyi--.
' petisla, Erysipelas, feaiaie IrwgUlart 1
' : i ilies. Vistula, All skih disease, ? '
Liver Complaint, lndlget
Hon, l'ilcs, l'ulmos .
. , , ' , . i , nary DWues,
. Scrofula, or Kiug'g Evil, .
EXTRACT JAMAICA 6INEEB!
Ce James Ruddle & Co.'i Extract Ja
maica Ginger, for all Kumnicr Complaint,
Cholera, Cramps, Indigestion, Ac. "Tuts la
pure tliu tor, atul can be relied on.
Notice to Mothers
DR. SEADROOK'S .'
DIJJI SOOIBISfi SUP!
We bar, by purchnw of tbt cHglual r.
ceipt, become sole proprietors of thai eelabra
ted Medicine. We ask you to give it a trial
with an snranee that soil fill la future
dijonrd all I bow naussoua and deatruclWe
tuffs, inch at Dateman'l Drops, Godfrey'!
Cordial, Dswtsf's Migtura, fcc, corabiaatM
of a sut and anti-progtvssrra ago, when it
was thought llmt tlie mora digui:inj; the
mixture the better the medicine. ' '
Use iu lbs future only Hiunxoox't, a com
I'iantlou filllte U'.i With tha AdvsnffToe$t of
tho age. l'leatnnt to take, harialers la It
action, t fllclerit and reliable in all eatiea, a
valuable In thf fblkiwlug dueejetf , ;
urn or ine uoweifl, ue Mite
M'M, Teething lr.
Qivetheallb to lha child aa4l toDumatktr.
We coiitd give any quairfttt "ef cert i first
bearing e' ldeucet of iu stprrior qnallliea,
but prt fat lhat our mediciae (hoeld sund os
iu Dwn merits, which It Will do nana trial.
: DR. SEACH00K'5
Elixir f Pjropliotiplate of Irtn
This alegarlt cooibinittlon posseasn all lb
best toxio properties of Peruvian bark and
Iron, without the disagreeable taste and laid
effects of either, separately or In othor praps
sraliiui", er tliesa valuable medlvinas. ll
should be taken in ail rases when a gealla
tonic Impression ia required aflsr coo rales
cenca trom rtrins or utlirr dtbllltatlng dlsj
rasrt, of Ih tlioss Uittfelsiug lnaM)t)Utilrisa
pet'ttliar to frmnlri. No frmale tlioold be
without It, if liable to such disease!, for oelh.
lug can well take ll place, "'"
, .' "It ;,' ' ' ' j i ,.j ;
English Horee Liniment
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