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Otn dotUr per sqnara of ten line or less.
CI.ARKKVIU.K. KltHMV.OCT. SO, ISSS. ( Lynch( of Mcmpht,( w kukH,. Wm. 1
itianoAD Ti.HETABir-TriiTi;itoblnfon, of Danville, Tennessee,
"oath, .sit a.m. and 5.Kr.M. Train North (wounded; Matthew. McClure, of
a.iu a. m. ami ..is r. tt. Nashville, wounded; Edward Port,
, . A CR0SS MAHA'-In future tee f, Ittoon, K. J badly wounded.
tt III make a cross mark On Vifi mar- i Tho others on the trestlo clung to tho
tittm fit n.. 1)M ST.
a ttotifloattnn ,
to aU patron whate ttme qf sufiscrfo.
Hon ha expired. Look out for the
mark and' rettcw your ,w,.
scriptiont mtonce.. t
i : i
R. A. HOLLAND,
OF KENIUCKY, '....'
rerbapa; the UHl eloquent Divine as
tlie Amtrlna Continent, will deliver
n '.aelare at tke M. R. Unrtk, In tills
V SaJ a eja-ag .-, . rav . .vw - w- -
lust. Stabler! I JBMlB4i.KJm. Doors
open at t "elork. AitnilHl, ROrlik
Tlcketa ran be bad at Helms John
Kon's store. .- " - .
Tirr. appointments made by the M.
K. Conference, at Shelby ville, will be
'f ound on our flint pago.
Fuxkrai. Hekmon. The Rev. AW
Mooney will preach' the funeral ser
mon of Jottiah and Nancy Morrison,
next BuMiatli morning, 11 o'clock, at
tho Methodist church. i ',
In answer to several inturrogatorles
as to who Ounney Carney was, whose
obituary wo published last week, we
Mute that he was a worthy colored
preacher who hud lived In this city
and vicinity for a great mnny years.
If our business men would quit
pending off their printing to be done,
they would find it to their Interest In
tho long run. People who expect
homo patronage should patronize
home folks in return.
Sad Accident. Wo learn that
Mrs. Agnes Weed, an estimulile lady
of this city, full down lust Hubbuth
mid broke one of hei arms.
That very commodious and ndml
rubly constructed and arranged busi
ness house of Messrs. Harrison &
Wall, corner of Franklin mid Second
streets, is neuringcoin)Ution, having
received tho beautiful slute roof with
in the past week.
C. O. Faxon, late editor of tho
Ijouisvillo Gturtcr, paid us a visit last
week. We are glad to know that Mr.
'. is able to be out after his long and
Hcrlous indisposition. Hope ho may
noon he restored to gooil health nnd
that his valuable services may bo se
cured in battling for tho Democruey.
Tun work on tho ISaptUt Church
has progressed far enough ' to show
that It will bo an elegant find impos
ing structure, and will, when com
pleted, rellect much credit upon Mr.
K. 11. Clark, the architect.
The Daily JCentcckian, nt P
dueah, lias suspended for luck of pat
ronage. It was one of the lcst papers
upon our exchange list. We hope it
may soon be revived and amply sus
Fine Fki it. It. C Felts, the fa
mous fruit grower on the south side
of Cumlicrhind river, presented us
Home eight or ten dlnVrent varieties of
apples a few days ngo. His orchard
embraces nearly ull the. fine fruits
suitable for this climate for cntlng,
preserving, etc. Mr. W. A. Settlewlll
keep a supply of this fruit for sale at
bis confectionery, and we ndvlso our
friends to call and examine it.
Pitmm'M. Mrs. Croxlrr, of this
city, took premiums nttlie Franklin
(Tcnn.) Fair, for liost Flower and
Leather work and Landscupo pain
ting. (Ua W. Chm.dm, Esq., proprietor
of t lie Iublttf Lntyer, of Philadelphia,
purchased a huge and handsome, lot
in the Woodland Cemetery, which he
.presented to the Philadelphia Typo-'j
graphical Society, Mr. Cliilds is said
to !m the "type, the symbol, and the
leader of charity," in tho city of Phil
adelphia. We gather the following Interest
ing item from somoof the published
minutes of the Hhclbyvillo confer
1 Hl'HHDAV M(IIIT,IHT01IEH 20, jHfW.
The first nun! versary of the Tennes
see Conference Educational Aid Soci
ety was held In the Methodkt Church,
A. L. Green, 1. D., Presl.h ut, and
J. W. Hanner, 11. 1)., Secretary.
From Information funiinhcd the
meeting It appears that auxiliary soci
eties had U'eii organized as f.Jlowa :
Nashville District ?.'t.iKHI raised
nnd one yuug man ut school.
lluntsville District Sl.tHM raised
and one young man at school.
MurliceslMiio District svl.'joo raised
and three young men at school.
Lebanon District $.1,700 raised and
one young man at school.
Columbia District S.VHl raised.
ClorUsvillu DiMrict SVUM raUed
nnd one young man at fdiool.
Itftir of Artvertlaliis; In ew York.
CiiiiDliUiiU arc Momut lines inuilc lv
Iiiisliifss men it to clmivcs nuulo for.t
a lvcrtUliip;, The following arc the
rates In IN'vw York :
Irt thiJw York Trllmtic, t went v-1 the following States; lowu, llllitols,
fiviMvntt H'V line for each Insertion ;! K a nans, Maryliuul, Min.Mteliuott,
clgth iuikc, thirty cent icr line. Hns-j Mlnesotu, Mlehignn, Missouri, Neva
Ine iiali-s, fiHirtlumgc. sUt.v cents tin, New Jersey, New ioiksu.1 V Is-H-r
Hue ftir emit inswiloil. Fancy tunsln.
t vi and oiiUi ureclisrviil louhlc nite ; Cu0ttgo luis su'isci iU'il twenty five
ri.r smeciK-eupUtt lu Iho eckl.v (huam. for ttiv IttMl liror siliilrw
F .ilLlftlhdk flt. a Ittil. akJ Ik S.A. I ftl'jk ll. llllll'J till' '
I ttfii IIU I 1 1." tl-- ( w i i i I '
lihe for each ltto.j tioti, ami three !-
1 n ! per line for announcements. The
other New York a)t'ix eliiirjfo the
snnie Lite, with the CVvptloil of the
Her.iM, which Is ttt't v ctfiitu higher.
'1'ho tiin-im men of few York till nl-
vertie exteiiMvelv ami ciMi.-uili-r even
these tales ehetitv ('oinilre these
rates with the I'lhv of P'lt crtt '! tit
DieTBKssixo Accident. - Last
Tuwly morning, . hllst 'the' fork
men were engaged In rebuilding the
railroad trestle-work on tho opposite
sido of tho river from the city, several
pans gave way and precipitated four
of the workmen to tho ground, a fall
of about thirty feet. Mr. James
timbers nnd iftived themselves'
Iu , BUort tlme after tha aj
.. , , ,
rence, the remainder of tho I
work, extending to the hill, a distance
of about 260 yards, foil to the ground.
Mr. 1'ontwho was badly wounded,
is a In-other of the man Tost who was
! killed by the cars some' weeks since.
Tho sufferers by this calamity wcro
removed to comfortable quarters and
properly cared for.
, A largo force Is employed to rebuild
tho Work, which will bo completed In
tho shortest time possible. In the
meantime passengers will be trans
ferred here, whilst tho freight will
go by way of Nashville.
Binco the nbove was put in type
Mr. rt had died from tho Injuries
Resigned. Capt." Boyd M. Cheat
ham, AsAlstunt Superintendent of the
Edgefield and Kentucky Railroad,
and Cttpt. M. A. Jackson, Conductor,
have resigned their positions on that
road. Success attend them wherever
they may to, ; : '
Cooke will remove bis stock of
Jewelry, etc., to his room In the Fow
ler's Hull building, next week.
Our dry goods, clothing and gro
cery merchants have full stocks of ev
ery thing needod so make your pur
chases at homo and help to build up
Fuesh Q vsTKius, Mr. O. A. Roth
has 'mado arrangements by which he
receives, dully, the finest urticlo of
fresh oysters, and is prepared to serve
them up In every style to suit custo
mers. Ho also furnishes fish, game,
and ull other delicacies of the season.
The Land we Love. Tho IS'o
vembor number of this magazine
comes to us filled with Its usual vari
ety of Interesting matter. -
A beautiful engraving represents a
scene in The Battle of Eutaw, with a
description from W. GilmoreSinims,
Esq. The principal articles are Bat
tle of Pleasant Hill, Tho Vanity and
tho Glory of Literature, The Val
borgsmass Tryst, Wludsor Castle,
Concerning Heroes, Mrs. Crenshaw's
Story, Organ Grinders, Casualties In
Cheatham's Division In 1804, nnd a
review of Jean Ingelow by Mrs. Pres
ton. Tho poetry is by II. T. Stanton,
Mrs. Rosa V. JeUVey, and Miss
Thacker. ' : . ' ;
To I lie Young- Men of .Honfgoinerjr
The young men of this county who
have reached their twenty-first year
and were not engaged in the late war,
uro most earnestly and urgently re
quested to meet at the Court-house In
Clarksvllle, nt 13 M. on Saturday, Oc
tober 31st. You are entitled to regis
tration under the law as it now ex
ists. Steps, upon that day, will lw
taken to Insure you your certificates.
There are not less than !HX) young men
in this county entitled under tho law
to register and vote. Each vote will
count ! Come out in force and let us
demand the rights secured you under
tho law. ,
Pres't V. M. Dem. Club.
W. M. Daniel, Ch'n Ex. Com.
1 N order to protect themselves and
their customers against Imitation of
tho Patent Pantaloon Drawers, the
manufacturers (In addition to their
two patents) have had tho name ami
trade mark copyrighted both of said
copyrights entered according to act of
Congress In the year ISliK, by Flsk,
Clark A Flagg, In the Clerk's office of
the District Court of the United States
forthcSouthcru District of New York.
Pollock & Co., of this city, havo ex
elusive control of tho said Drawers,
and hereby caution the public against
all Imitations. They also have the
Justly celebrated Laporte Kid Gloves
and the Paragon Shirts, together with
a largo and cheap stock of Ready
Mado Clothing and piece goods and are
prepared to manufacture Clothing at
short notice, guaranteeing satisfac
tion. Try them, ami you will never
regret it. It.
Tub Cincinnati Comnlewialtif Sat
urday estimates tho Radical majority
in Ohio at 17,211. Tho Comin'orelal
thinks that Governor Maker's major
ity in Indiana will bo under eight
I r Is estimated that tlie Republicans
spent SOiHVfcW In Pennsylvania.
Tm: Indiana Legislature stands:
Senate, 31 Republicans to 19 Dcuiiv
erats; House, ft.5 ItepuUieans to 4.1
Tho vote In Madison county, Ohio,
i w 1'. There Isnlso a lie vote on
Viisivkkiiihu in lillilana county.
Pt.'ite eliH'tloiiseomo ofT on 'ho same
iluy hi the l'riU'ittliil cIin'IIoii In
Tiii.HK Issonto whie In Htrushurg
of tJW vltitiigc'of H7l.,fc
lirdiantlta ' ulalbts lo hvo the
l.ii'iwt uiul neatest (heiUie In the
The S'uuiiixli rerohttion set free a
Mu'hi.l eilitor, who was servliitf !t term
of one hon.li.'.l n i I t
From ths St. Losjls llmtM-Ort, ft J r j ,
At the wharf lii front of this city,
there are enough ftrms, muskets and
cannon to freight a steamer. The
owners of these Implements of crime
would employ savage negroes in up
holding despotisms in this and South
em ttiates, more intolerable than that
which blackens Russian fume, or has
ever oursod (ireek subjects of Ottoman
misrule. The masters of vessels re
fuHe to become agents of tyrants.
Money is offered In vain, and the
boxesof guns and munitions gathered
by the adherents of him who orates
about peace, lie exposed to rains and
fronts, and to the depredations of
thieves. If Urant nought tho ooun-
selzo and destroy these mnnltions of
war." They should never be distrib
uted In the South. Tho prosperity of
bins city nnu me peace or. tue wnoie
country demand their destruction.--Will
not the publie authorities inter
vene to render impossible the consum
mation of plans, devised by adventu
rers in the South, who would precip
itate another war, Infinitely more ter
rible and disastrous than that which
recently Icfttwr country scarred and
blood-stained ? If the public author
ities stand aloof, the rivor is deep and
broad enough to conceal forever this
last evidence of tho Infamy and blood
thirstiness of cowardly tyrants.
The Great Eastern Is In the Med
way, receiving the new French At
A dispatch was recently sent from
Boston to Smyrna in two hours and
The lawyers of Bryon county. Tex
as, havo agreed to try no civil cases
the present term, liecuusc tho Judge
insists upon negro juries.
October snow-storms have occurred
in Boston but three times during the
last twenty-five years.
Massachusetts savings banks have
350,000 depositors, and $80,000,000 in
vested In national bonds.
The City Councils of Memphis
have voted three hundred thousand
dollars to aid the construction of a
railroad to Sclma, Alabama. .
The rl vor oomniciiacd swelling yintertluy
morning nt the rata of half on Inch per
hour, with S feet on thevhoals. ,. -
Dispatches (Tola Kanhvllla report a tiro
coining from above. The prospect are for
good stage of water tho balance of tho
scuson. . . . - ." . t
Tho "old Regular," Tyrono, passed down
oa tlmo Wcducs tay morning with all tho
freight she wanted ami erowdod with peo
ple. Khe al wny gets the freight when there
Is a pouud for hlpiueat,nnd will oontlnue
to do so as long as Opt. Tom Ison deck and
Cnpt. Weaver In the oflleo.
The Mollle Units, a small Pittsburg craft,
passeddown Monday night without laud
ing. Rhu had no freight, so we supposo It
paid her. 8he was fur from "mama," and
without her "pannier."
Tho regular packet, Hobf. Moore, leave
for Cincinnati und Louisville at 12 o'clock
Saturday. Hhlpper would do well to have
their freight rcudy, as .ho goc through
The now and light druught stnnmnr, A.
Baker, leaves for i'adueah and Cairo till
morning at H o'clock. The old veteran,
Capt. X. Corbet, in command, and W, It.
Orucey In tUeolllce.
-The Fanny DinmHos, one of our most
regular packets, leaves till evening, for Ev-
onsvillo, at 0 o'clock. We think the Knnuy
will gel tlm horn thlsscaHou for regularity
M Capt. Millor knows tho advautages of
Our former Evansvllle pankot, Romeo,
has entered the Evansvllle and Memphis
trade. We wish her many heavy trips, as
we hoard the good old Capt., Josh Throop,
wont to church last Sunday in Memphis.
Tho Ella Hughes loaves for Cairo buuduy
morning at 8 o'clock, end the Tyrone for
Nushvllle Sunday uoou.
THE UEST !
LOWEST PRICE !
The WILLC0X & GIBBS
the World 1
And Is sold at I.ens Prlee than any
oilier First-Class Bewlus; Machine.
It does not require but OXE cloth plate for
Ull KUH1H 111 KIKM1M, IIIIO IIIHI fllk UUCS
not require to be tuken oif
to oil the Muchlue.
It ninke hut one stiteh that one tho
atiougint known therefore require
Ichn iiuichlnery and 1 mora
easily leuruitd than auy
It iM'ver "droiw" nor "skips" a atitch. It
never gels out of order.
We make a liberal discount to Clergymen
and Charitable Institution.
Oenerul It. E. I.KK. wrlllug Under date 01
January l.'lli, 1HUN, uy ;
lit Mmplt nirrhanltm, end thr rrprHenct
nU tl'ittirlttrm hitrhtni in oitmitin it. mulct
the llA-OX & til MM Hewing Machine d
qrnu jtiiHirue tn my jatntij,"
This statement, It will be observed, I
made upon "experience," (Oeueral Lee
uimi nuu ine inacnine s years.)
Call and examine all the different atttehes
uudc by bovi lug Mueblnes, ut uur onlee.
ADAMS ,t CO.. lien. Agents,
Offli-'c at T. ll. Portet's Furniture Store.
Clarksvllle, Tenn. .
re- Local and Traveling A sou is wanted,
tiet. 2. 'OS-lf.
in ht county, on tho t'nd lnsi,, ( the
feNldenee of Miss Kleainr t'liue. fiv Ifev.
.1. W. Ciillom Mr. K. F. Hktiiman lo ls
r.siian,wiii tn nouigomory ooaiiiy.
In this city', on' the 2th Inst.. by Ttev. A.
I). Henrs. Mr. John amtkii Wii.iii.i to Mis
m'K luri iiKK, boib of this county.
In this county, on the ST'th Inst., by Rev.
Mr. CruMier, Mr. Wm. A. IU'Di.kv to MIhs
N.im .NouriUNiiTos, all of thlscouuty.
Well, llro. Crutcher. It will be a long time
bcfci ymi unite a more congenial, loving
couple than thl'. May hepplueia, without
alloy, be ilielrs forever.
In thl city, on the iitli Inst., Mr. M. It.
Him iwos, w lie l ll. W. blmpsou aud daugh
ter of Laiklu liradley.
TM Clwrhsvllle Hallroad rtlog-
lloua for rent. A gwd chauee for a
businessman. For particular Inquire at
' the Depot, or lu 1U Meek, Hup. M. C. L. It. It.
! oci. su. te-iv l
' ' CAI.LASU I liXIMi
Oir rilKMIl'M Bl lKill-X l.UllIT ItlK'K
AWAYH, I'HINCK AI.HFItTH, AMI
MPIIINU W AIIOKS. llfelndtn nirr "M il. I
is 11 A t WaOON." mr work hall lloMtv'
MVl'Kand WAUIlAHTFri. rclory Ju.t
arrnaa n-is Baptist 4'huarb. It. iring etr- J
,. nitMMOMh paid for Hides; t Her,
man's Clottflrig Store, F'rauklln street.
y-'y 7 ; I v. : a '
iriee BusisiSHw Kaltsi can be bad at
TWELVE DOLLAR a Milt at R. E. McCul
locltl Clothing Store. ,
Oct. IS, ,o-4W,
" emu, ;9 PAT I
For U0 00, 1 will furnish the Ugh test run
cttrg two-horse wagon, with body and side
boards, In ose. They are manufaetnred of
welt seasoned material, well ironed, and
warranted tor twelve monthsor the money
refimded to the satisfaction of the purcha
ser. Call at Sam brockman's Repository,
arid examine twenty-five, Just received.
October 19, iSflS-Smo .
Brown Dabllai Mlatstrost and
Harris Caaalnsore Malta, at twenty dol
lars a suit, at It. E. McCullocb's Clotliing
Store: ' ' Oct. 23, 'WM w.
HASOK1C NOTICE. '
are hereby notified and required to appear
4 tho stated eotnoiUBleaUoa of Aoneia
Lodge, In November, A. D. 18US, A. L. 68U8,
in New Providence, Montgomery county,
Tennessee, to answers charge of unuiason
lo conduct. Therefore, take notlee and
govern yourself accordingly.' Done by or
der of the lodge at Its stated mortice tn
September, 18C8. '
. ' H. W. Watts, See'y.
Oct. , 'vs-Jt. . . 1
Castor Beaver Sacks and Froehs,
black, tlohlla and brown oolon, at all prices
from lowest to highest, at K. K. MoCullocb's
Clothing Store.. (Uct. 23, 88-tt
V v rina fiannaal H....v Ar
Voata,black, dahlia and brownoolors, very
cheap, nt R. K, McCulloeh's ClothlugHtore.
Alexaader's KM Slaves and the cele
brated rANTALOOK drawebs are sold LOW
rr at McCullocb's Clothing Store than
Oct. 23, '08-tw. .
A large and very superior stock of men'
underwear Is now oa exhibition, and for
sale at low prices at McCullocb's Clothing
Store. - I Oct. 23, 88-lw.
EsaLisn Female Bitters. To use the
expression of druggists, the sales of this
medicine are truly wonderful and the ef
fects are astonishing. Tornado like, It
sweeps everything before It. and at once
commands the confldenoe end esteem of
physicians, druggists and the public It Is
used and liighly recommended by Uie med
ical fraternity, and sickly females, old and
young, are giving It their hearty approval.
Those who are suffering with any form of
fomalo complaint should lose no time in
procuring a bottlo of this valuable medi
cine. It restores health and beauty to the
palo and wan girl of sixteen. Imparts vig
or, youtlirulneH and buoyancy to the frail
desponding mother of forty, and compose
Invigorates and soothes In old ngo. See
advertisement 'Tieaded Great Southern
Preparations." v .- ' . , '
. For sale by Thomas Flnley,
' Oct. I, lMS-lw ' ' . ,:
'. - i-' .' -;' . s
." An elegant assortment of linen bosom,
full bosom nnd negligee shirts at Mccul
loch's Clothing store, and will be sold
cheaper than the material In them can be
bought In this city. ' :. '
Oct. 23, '(!8-Jw. ' ' '
COM IXO t-OR THE FAIKI
Call at Ham Brockman's Repository and
examine the large shipment of Ilnyes'
Buggies, gotten up by the manufacturer
expressly for the Fair, Including their Pre
mium UuaaiKs. Come on, yos young
bloods. Wo are ready for you. '
October 2, lHtfS-im
A large assortment of Hats and Cnp,
Canes, Umbrellas and. Notions, at McCu
loch's Clothing Blore. I Oct. SI, '(W-4MT.
Notlee to Wholesale Dealersf yob.
want goods as cheap as they can be bought
In any market this side of New York, call
on Wm. Broaddus Co., where you will
find a good stock as low a the lowest.
Sep 18, 1868-tf -:r
Dont fnrffnt to atl slid tnnlt t !, .vjlv
dollar suit ut McCulloeh's Clothing Store.
For the Fall aud Winter Trader
J. M. Ilicc has Just returned rrom the East
with a splendid stock of Fall and Winter
(loods, bought for cosh, which we are Oder
lug very low. Call and ee us.
WM. BltOADDUB 4 CO.
Hcpt 18, 1868-tf
When you want something really elegant
In the way of a glove, nock tie, collar, sus
penders, uudorshlrt or handkerchlof, go to
Mcculloch' Clothing Store and you will
nnu". I Oct. 23, Mw.
The Bodley Wag-on-1 milking for it
self the best reputation of auy work ever
sold luthlscouatry. We roforlhe publie to
those who are using this work, Including
some of the oldest teamsters In the city and
surrounding country., it it the Ufhftt
rssslsriMrsantaMi Made In Wheellug,
Vlrgl nla, to our order. Call and exam! ne It,
"I E. 8. DitiNoul'ltsT 4 Co'.
Sept. 11, lM-tf.
A very superior lot of cosslmero, elbtb,
silk, doeskin and silk velvet Vesta, at Mo
Cullocir Clothing Htorc, at exceedingly
low price. loot. 23, 68-IW.
No ( are Slo rajForre!1 JunipoiTar
I warrunted to cure Cough, Cold, Huar
ness. Croup, Throut and Lung Disease, or
the price positively refunded. Instantane
ous relief pmdneed. Try It; If no satis
fied, return the empty bottles and get your
money liork. Prluo, 35 cent per bottle. .
Bold wbolesuio and retail, by '
-eptlltANKU,!. & '
Thread, oaHslnicre, odlf, buckskin, ami 6t
ter (flnris ahd fluimilat. in -r n.i. v
at Mcculloch Clothing Store;
Oct. S3, BS-lw,
WIIAT'R otTf-W'hy numberlcs old
rope clothes lines, rotting lu thl damp
weather, fJow there I no reason for this ;
nor (allow us to ay no sens lit It, when
you can, for a very small sum, procures
wnlrr. Wikk (MTUt:a Line thut
will hut you a long a you live, and will
prove the greuu-sl convenience you ever
They Will not rusL ' . - ,
They will not dlrly the clothe.
The ulothe will uol trerxe to them.
In short they are the very thing.
W warrant all thta. t all and bhv one.
st C. 11. MDIIHIMIN . ll'H.
4UNHH A J1UMK.
May 22,lst'Uf"r"" """"".
Entra slse routs, pant and vests ran al
wuyslie had at .McCallotb's Clothing Htoro,
Ocl.il, ' w,
, n - . . '.- ;
Beef I Beertf-Not the kaiiie'ls-er of The
fnelenl St-oirhman, Hook, but real nleecnts
roiu the well felted buef esttle of modern
lime, kept for sale at the city market
hoi,., (better kaowaasonickea coop), dv-
ery market iiioriilug. When you come lo
market call at my stall and rj1ly yoar
i'lcIUi suiuctiiinu tuiitwlll do to tau
NEW 1? 1: Hi M(!
13. O. Kccsee $c Co
VfiXLERS IN' '
' ' .. .' : it
Cement- HouNe-furulliliig floods, Pumps,
Plows. Corn hlicllurn. lMraWCUttOrs, Imtli
ers, Wagori and fhiggy Tlml-r, Horse
Hhoos and Kails, Anvils; Vises, Bellows,
Stocksand Dies. Hammers. HatchMs, File.
. nrpemers , t.:oopers, ifmrKHiniins' ana
Shoe Tools, Saw of all kind, As.es, Nails,
i.iiin. locu ina Hinges,.
In other words, we keep goods almost In
numerable, which w will sell at lowest
cash orlces! 7 '
i ';sr J
and the Patent Iron Double
s ... -' Also,-. ' :
The Grand Tralrle Washing
SepU 11, 18SS-tf.
. 4 f0
t ; . .: CCALGM IN .
' Faints, Oils,
Brushes of all kinds,
Domestic Liquid Dyes,
And all articles neces
sary or useful in the Sick
We are recelvlnj fresh upr.H, ererj
week, and prepared to furnUu any quati
titles the market may demand,
' . AT VEBK LOW PRICES.
. We call th attention of Contractors.
8uUde.iul Painleri, to our large stock ol
sod Window Glass, end all article In the
wy of Painter' material, which we are
selling at a small advance da. maunu
facturrra' prices. , Order from phraician.i
promptly filled, at tba sign oif (lie "Ui
Uold Pen," Franklin L,CLARRSV1LLE
August io, inci;-tr. ;
r i,' I
HATS and OAFS
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS!
WM; W. VAtLIANT,
Ufit. W. -V At. tit A NT ih wow mk
celvlna..lllrfHft from the biMl liiHlinrHe-
torleslh the United bluta), (lit best stock of
Boots, Shoes, tfic.
he has er olfered the nubile Kshec'lal st-
teutlon has lHH'n given to therikallty of the
fotius, ami no 1 luuy connneni inui uuiciau
lon will bo given In thl particular. In
price none sliull be cheaper.
1 have this oaoii inudu a sjioclalty la
and Invite nu elutrlliiatlou of my stock;.
My clock of
f : . i -. '
I full. I havo a very One siock of
GEMS' LIXKN BOSOM SHIRT
eheannrlhan the mariint.
A v ft i. in huyentl reH9et fully ollclted
uwum uiuaing iiieir purcaoDo. .
W. W. YALLIAST.
Bept. II, isCR-2in.
fOri.I KKXPMTKl'U.I.Y IKOItM
)f the clu. in olulMrkille ami vluiul
l, that he luu, Just opened.al the old
Ah entirely new und frosh stock of goods,
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes,
. HATS AMD NOTIONS. -
Which will he sol 16 (he trade a cheaps
Uey cuu be bought anywhere In the snte:
X gebfleman wetland favbnthly known to
lb a.M.s of ililaanif adJMnlng conntle.
hsatteei, emptrryeit, and would tie piuaMsi
lo me in old irM'Mita sna euatooier. t
t-rn-ons eiimlug to LlarkavllU with IS'vi
view ol buying '!, would do well loeail I
lid saiulue my auwk.a. I feel ain.Kil I
, time tfili uficcaslng framp
marcheji on; and nanrs hearl
that bat a few days Urgft beat
"Tit a rat" with rood hopes
for the future; fr" fceMlaj ' still
Look back and contemplate
What time has dene for ether
and rcmetnbcf what ft has lo
Mere for you, I ,and everybody
else i then ask yonrseif the
question, What fcould become
Of trire, chfidfeft and the good
old folks, if my cheeks weef
demanded by the d6rkeeper
of the next world ? Hare yotf
secured to them In .the erent
of your antihiclr deceasei a
portion of the fliuinefat f attfe
of your life through the medi
urn of a
In the language of Davj Crockett,
"Bo sure jou are right, then go
And when Jou hare procured a
Polity in the"' ; i ' 4 ' ' 4
OP NKW YORK,
this much you have accomplished.
Remember the name and get no
other. , ; , t 1 ,. I
The NORTH AMERICA
Is Liberal, Mutual, Just !
C. H. JONES, Agent.
Dr. J. II. MALLORT.r. WlBDIP and
S AMI EL i. TAILOR, Soiicltors.
And since voir house might burn
down, insure that ! vl r i :r Z
Tho most 8ilcCe6sful merchantg,
best buainfess' men,' and ' oar thrifty
farmers, are the largest patrons of
Insuranoo. . They take no risks that
responsible monicd institutions will
assume at an equitable rate. It is
important to know whero to go for
the reliable article, consequently this
notice directing you to tho
Capital rfcprt'cutd, more than
(Observe that no ocean rolls between
you and their iuoocy.)
NORTH AMERICA LlFE IN
SURANCE COMPANY, of, New
JSTNA FIRI5, Of liartford.
HOME INSURANCE C0MPA
NY, of New Haven.
ENTERPRISE IN. COJlP't, of
STATU INS. CJ0Mli,t, of Nash
villo. TENNESSEE MARINE AND
FIRK INS. COMP'Y, of Nashville.
TRAVELERS' 1AVK AND AC
CIDENT INS. COMP'Y, of Hart
ford, Conn; "
When you want Life. Fire,
Marino or Accident
i I t . ,
Muke no contracts before seeing
3i It. -iOTVKr-J.
Looses tqfiltably idJKM(et and
a4.Thls Wu the first Ageucy es
Ubllslied after tho eoasinenceiueui of
.... . -x .
ClirtmiU Insurihtt Agcary
n i rr . O il I V AV T' ! r H :
, V" let
fiunB - PitPAit.TriNa ark rt'W
JL mm, of miiTtTTniTllin ia,Krjwi r
and a long bnlaldocxnorlenr In theK'Mitb
and Vest, and from tile noldrt.1 opinion
they have w on frouv lhc uilli .' proh.T
slon.the press and tiie public, and t.'ie un-1
Rrcreoented Ot-nisml and unlvrraal ft.111
e'rHtl!VlASif ."J liiyiVHlitl' M-
S3tandarl KeSllelars f the" As;e I
i Bela prep" hr the rnWIMl prnftt
slon no tllvimted f all eocrrW;, pbirnl'-'
oiatih la all Ui red Ion are urwcrtlilns ibfiti'
in their praotioe witb the tuuet aatlcAtctory
tlie eai((r) Oio Columbus (Miss.) Heritl
mt sajm : 1J u m r- t
"We hnvetisd oeenslon to ose sewrai of
tne rem isoaraera rrauarsi ias in
our ftimllr, and in every lantuno they gave
"The snnerlorlty of the Are Notith.
era rropta rat leas la aeknowlelgi-d hy
all li6 have lestud tl.i rtl. and r elieer
rully riKinmend thrm to our friend
The Sfcmphl lHiblic ijndef saya:
"The Areas dontherfi reepal
are prepared and ollred by atniinrh 1'liysH
ctnns of our city, whom we know; th.-l
Hciuedlv ictv satisfaction, and we eheer
hilly reooinnioBd thunr as No.-1 FunillJ
MciUclm-s; .. ,
"tft Brandon (Miss.) Ilepubllean aayst
"Tfc sjreatt later PrefMireftaa
are prenareit by eminent phyaician and
sell well In our midst."
YoiJit SICK yif
I rapidly linking to an early grave. Iter
eyes are growing dim ami her eheeks are
lwcoming lo:lier pr(sot)nl ;hnrins are
lading, and she I IvsWIirfkritlte her whole
frame la fieble, emaciated and ni-rvou;
tho leait exercise causes short bnwthlng
auda palpitating hearti she has nonppe
tlte, her head ecn-s, her feet and hand are
constuhtly eoKr she la restlcaa, unrVoos
and everything MM to give relief.
Do you know what' tho matter with
WirB OB BAICIHTER
Who la thus afflicted T Ask bor If she Is
troubled with any complaint peenllar to
her m x. Ask her If she le troubled with
pnlnful, mippresSPd or irregular MonttYly
rurkMla: If site ha lneorrhovn or White,
t'hlorosls or Urecn Hlckncs, Falling or the
Womb, or any of those, dtsnam- produced
by Irregular action Of tho Womb.'
English Femal6 Bitters!
Will Immediately arouse aud restore her to
Physician all over the country are de
lighted with the elteet of 11. Ve hold
hundred of letter almilur to tho follow
iui . . v. ,.. ;-,-(- .
Extract from the Macon (Ml-.) Deacon.
"From tho nnprerecented anlo and de
mand for the Kugliafe t'esnal SMtlera
here, and the entire autlaluvtion given, we
earnestly recouuuend tliciu to all of our
lady friend." ,...,.,
i MA P. C. Sinclair, Of tteKUlb, ttla.,sayst
"Three of our Physician are using yonr
iieincuira in uieir praciice, one or wnom
mtym there is no. Uterine Tonjc .ea.uo,l to
fvur .BfBjaaaaa dams Mlirrsr-
, Mnssrs. Carpenter ft Co., of Hazlehtiret.
iina., iiiun;ii, louo, any ( , , ,
'Tlie sale of yonr Rmgrllah Female Bit
sen, mwonoermi. ieuu two tloxen by ex
rtiHon A ekl, of Hurftsvllle Ala:, Mareh,
,aiaMaagi v j - .
"Please ftsrwnrd. I.v expreas six doscu
lEtlvilaat eaaal Biltera." . -1
v . - . 1
The KtaglUh Female mttrra iaaeeamlely
god beaiitifull)- put up In la k bonis, at
St' pe UHOa, or three lioiviedff tA&
onalmuia laartng nlxiut two Works. Khlp-
mmi io an pari oi lie country uM'Seoeipt
oi oiivv. num iij nil uniRKiim
t . j. p. lutD.MUiMii.K ft ro.,
rroprlctor, Memphis, Tennesseet
By cleansing the Ht omach, arousing the
I.Ivor, carrying off all billou mutli-r.aud
aviiiig a a puuviiui unu-pcnouic, inu
KING OF CHILL8,
.w . . " uv-.ini I'll is,.,...-, l., u-uuv, lliv
bou'teit ulyslMans' nohiltlhatlon for the
cure tff Kli forms of t'hllls and I-'ever, Neu
rulgllt, Pain atld Aching of tli BoHi4 ksd
Joints, hun Palu, and all thoao eoiiipluluts
Hi n UlUlHrioiin iiHlliro.
It never etltcts the head, or nerves, can
be administered to Infants, and 1 superior
iu tuiuiuu ior iiiumo uiseascs.
FAB.VERM ASli PLAKTEBs)
All over the country are buying the Klnsr
of S'liills for fuinlly uso, und are ilcllglited
with It effects. If you do not wish your
t'liills to return, Ibis I the remedy. It I
prepared by phslelSti whb liavk faibch
exjierli-ncs In tlie trcatblint of iiiolaribu
dlsittiaes. Mid. na till reiiimly IMjTr fall In
privnie practice, n is ennniicntiy rucoin-uu-ndud
Put up in large bottles ut tl.Oo, or six bot
tl- tor VhUU. Hunt to all purl Of the conn,
try ou receipt of price. Hold by all drug.
,U'"' J. P. rnOMOO(I.K ft Ht.,
rroprlotora, Memphis, TcuuosAue.
Have You a Cough ?
Use Amygdalln IVctoral.
nave you any uiw-une oi me i.ungs t
Use AmygilMllii Pectoral.
Have you Pleurisy or UroiicliltaaT
Ue Amygilalin Pectoral
ITave yon Croun br lloooina Couah t
I'm Aiuyuilalln PeCtOruL
i ne prciuuai ana oeat miukii nyrup
I AiuyKdulln Peetovali
The mother's eheant'iili Hvrne
1 AmyrMlln I'eetorol.
Th ettliarea1 mvortie
I Amygdalln PoCtfiral.
Kor family use, a a powerful expectorant,
casing pain aud eaaalng aleep, it lia ub
Price, 11,70. Sold by all drtigglatsi
. . P. MtllMUOOI.K ft CO.,
Proprietors, Muuiplil, Tcauesnoe.
srrtn, old Hi Aiv!
Yog nceil not arunt aiiv lorrarr. Yot ran
be cured right awiiy. our Kidney un'l
Itla.Mor buve becu annoying you lou!
fcXTBlCT BKiKfeEBKT 119 BtlUC!
tvtll cure vo'u iSf all thiit surn-flni. It will
relieve you of ('Hilary IixjkU, frefiueui
.liNiIri, ami lin.lilllfv lit l.rlnalM I t.m
tlout. proiiay, 1'uln In th llayk, c0"' i ls tl
uhoiui oi tnaaipitiioa or early aiiue.
an nm 10 oin or young, male or In ma In.
Price S1.00. itr (it bottle for k&.UL Hi, in.
fcd to all Jaart of the eouutry ou rveclpl
of price, told by all drug; 11.
3. P. t'HOMfKOl.F ft ro.,
;.v - Proprietor. Moniplils, Tuiiuoo.
Require) Iks t' f r
Constitutiopal lYIonarch I
WHi purl ft ths film-, eurS frrmlS,
iiaea, uianuiar Hweillnga, Ryplii
ITueUoii. old I'lewr and !ri. tloila.
l-te. The 1 anarch la rniniinw-d of litlllln-
icl. rraairllia. Iodide of Potaah. waUMi
br awanowlvtiauid Ui a or Ida. er to be til
baft LUood Puflg.-i kov . . . .
t'rtoa, targe WotilM,l. . - . '
i. P. i)ROMGO0Li & CO..
Ml iw-t --' i. vut rwJ.T
f ! TbV tWly rertieae fof1 CblJls And Pf er
AKnesaa rem tnat Is or rsii be SVitiK l
itnoabItnrlf(A(TiTouic'. TtiS havbtii
IhonssnA porert by Wlnsrlt' wKo"tiif trlei
tit- usual rSBSttlliS Wlthwil beHcBti1 fctilln
rme v -v- :;- u,MY-t.,--toilet
t4 tlttti tvrf. a Kf
niH it tetf ffHv trtl thW afllirted ftlrnu
of R as a stlfe Ml eeWsIri eUf fMr rttiift end
fcfvr.--.A0T i itiffrtng from to chills
wuiifn? censnll tMf 0eJ I Merest be srtntitir
to a drug' .store atW Wfldj M btftwJ It' is
plemnt to (Sae, conrnrra. wits; oitrrrs, arai
wilt b csrtslo to cure all discs of Ittrr'thit
itftlfc dr ehills ami fever. Brad forit'idlfaw
aropritftoni' ,' '
' v it afr'isf jtVic v h ,- :
roasr.A . EM; CANDT I
As this Is tall V S slcl3e'Wr trofbU; sn'd1
the r,f emf moit tMilbthbU form to sirs V'
children, it Is Sot sttrprlslof ibst H I nult;
kins; tlie place oftall Otlltr pTeuarstMsn r
worms it being VSrlttt lv tkntlvss, any tbild1
wM take it . '
AMt3 HUDDLE ft C0, ProrlWr.-
, , (tie, tak6es, Id ' (
flijCftloA',of Dt6e)is! .'
Wantof retroif 6T(n Livef, 5
. ()R DfSOftDftREft STOilACff. :
T6cr art r6 Bitters that ran comfWe'
fcllbf fhcm in rtmOVintf tbek dhtresiiui
comvlaiDts. For sale or eaa be' (ind at t
drtlf rtore a the United States, 6r froin tMi
proprretors.' , JAMES RCDUI.K ft Ca
.- wstine, ivv ,
PURIFY YOUR DLOOb
tyt atl the rettedres that hare bren dfcrof
errJ aiyrnr the arefent stre for ths "ihotf.
Ssnd tils that fftib Is heir to," eort rqusl
this wondcrlOl preparntios. frnly ten years
bareelopted since Ibe discotcYet (bfprnl
a decade In studying exprrtfnents. and U
ctlng It) ftrst hitrodttced' ft to ths ptinllr,
and tt is alfcad recocnlMd i the fnoSt (HI
Inrtrt phslcfno In atfl psrfs tt the count rr,
to be the most ltirprllng ahd tfTrctlve r-ttV-dy
for certain disrates of which lliry jStS
All other Compound! or Syrup Of thlt
root hsre hitherto failed to eemaiand the
Knctlorl of the facnll, bettnift Oft WWg
tested, thef hit been foetid lo rontitia nox
io Ingredients which ntitmlirt the food
effects of th Snn.iparllht, and oftentifoc Iti
jure the beslth ot the pstlcbt. It Is not o
with Hurler's preparation.
This Is the purr nnd gtitllh extrsctoflba
mot, and will, on trial, be found to effret r
ecrtsitj and perfect rue of the (bllotlbg
cortplalhu and dWncs f ' J " .' , t.
AfToclions of the Bones, lLibitunl Oosllrenets.
Debility, Diseases of tho Kiilucys, Dj s
. , pei, Kri ilptlsn, Kerosle Irregular
.' ., iUes, Fistula, all skin dlicawr,
-'. lilvtr Cotjiplnlut, indige , ;
, , lion, Vilest l'ulmu ., ... ;
-V .narf DlsriueSi ...-,, i,
V-;,.1(iM(fSr .... ... ...
Scrofula, or King's Evil;
E&TRACT JAMAICA GIMERt
Use James Ituddle ft Co.'s Kxlnu t Ja
malca (jlnger, fbfjll Sutiitncr Cbttiplulot,
Cholera, Cramps, Indigbtlion, Ac, This is
pure dinger, and can be relied bin
Notice to Mothers
DR. 8EADROOK S
INFAKT SOOTHING SYRIFI
' V' bare, pbrcbas 6f lb original re
ceipt, become Mil proprietor of llii calvbra
ted MedicibS. We ask yob to giva it a trial
witb an aisuianra 4bat ou will in future
dbK-urd all tlitmo nnuivtibs aad dntruclive
tuir, siieti S llm.innii'S Drcps, tiodrnry'a
Cordial, Dewjfee 's Slixtiiie, lcn couibinations
of a pant and ahti-progrcarive age, wbtn it
wasibbilgBt that (lib mors disgusting tba
mixture lbs bailer tli tnrdk'tae..
Use Id the rfatbrb llhly Skassoos's, a com
rinatloa 0,0 its u with tli advanremrnt of
lb gfe. Pleasoht to take, banulr la lis
aotioo, efficient Kbd reliable In all cast, la.
valuable lit tbb following disease t
Sunimer (omnialnt, Irrcptr!arl
tics of tbe BowcIh, Kcbtlf e
lie, Teethlnff, Ac.
aives besltb lo tbe child wijrr AAtsiaer.
. W could give any ejuaolily ftfrertifliaUs
bearing e-ldcaet of its soprrior .ualitir,
btft nrcfel tliatnur uu,Jt..laa k,.,.IJ .iA
its own merits, w bitb ll will do upon trial.
Elixir of rjro)hosjbalc of frou
This slegsnt eombloatlon posMfsrs atl ts
Im?ii t oxie properties of wruviaa bark and
Irhti, without the disagrewtbl last aud bad
effect of either, separately or ia other prrp-
aralioos, of tbrsa vlaabl wrdlciar. It
ihould be takra lb all tasrs wkra a g nils
toulo impreasioa is tea,ui,ed. after corsle.
eenea from rsvsss or oikrr drbilltatlng itir
esses, or iu Iuom d)tieisg lasioi uauiti!-
peculiar to female. So Irmsl should I
without It, II liubi to lark diseases, fur tuiU
lug tag well labs ill plate.
English Horse ' Uniment, .
HS lroeg llelf OSS OMl a beat I.lala.aa'ls
Rtad t rlciaiUA, liru, ftu la all rr
whea tried tor either auin ur Wast, and m ill
do 111 w claim for it. Try g bot lie, aad a
arealia4 will asrsr afurward ie
, JlXLH KI DDLE si ( O.i
No. 41, Uullltt trt