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. Loral JMUon.
J. A. GRANT, J
atm ot tfTiiiim.
On dollar per square of ten Hum or lees,
cr,ARKMVit.i:; KHirAY, Nov, e. ism.
RAILHOAO TIJSK TABI.E.-Traliis
Koutu.g.to A.. MittP.M. Train North
S.10 A. M. find 5.15 f. M
CJIOSS MASK. Li future we
will make orots mark on the mar
pin of our paper, a a notification
to all patrontuhote thneof $uhcrlp
Hon hat expired. Look out for the
rront mark and. renew your tub
tcrlptionf at once.'.
n i ' 1 "
' Rev. A. IlOllsmsV sXlsirea.
Pursuant to Minouncement through
the prcM and handbills this eminent
young divine delivered hia lecture up
on "Jcrutalcm," last Saturday night,
In the M. E. Church, to a very Urge,
appreciative and attentive audience.
ICxpcctullon vm on tiptoe, notwith
standing, overy anticipation vm fully
In his p-aphlo description of locnl
UIcm In and around the Holy City he
used the most chaste and elegant dic
tion, seemingly carrying Ms auditory
within tbo snored precincts of the
scenes he was so eloquently portray
ing. Ills lecture w as Interlarded with
miblluic scriptural truths and appli
cations, which seemed to us sufficient
to move a heart of atone.
Mr. Holland is quite young, and
has already elicited the praise and
admiration of all where his voice has
liecii heard. This forms a notlcable
feature in his brilliant career al
though receiving such laudation, his
style is without affectation, and he
perms unconscious of the genius and
power he possesses.
On Sunday night the church was
filled, every available space being oc
cupied by citizens of town and sur
rounding country, to hear his incom
parable sermon upon tho 'Judgment.'
Were we capacitated we could write
columns in reference to it, but our
poor pen falters and language beggars
description. Suffice it, for us to say,
he enchained his audience In almost
breathless silence for an hour and ten
minutes, listening to an effort If ever
equaled never excelled by any man
wo lmv"e heard. Ills vivid imagina
tion and descriptive powers arc be
yond conception. To le appreciated
he must be heard. In the short pause
ho mattes between his description of
hell and the raptures of heaven, it
necmcd to be a great relief to the au
dience for the change to be mnrlo
but despite the effort to throw It off,
that terriblo word Forever still lin
gered In our ears.
Another well-filled house greeted
him, Monday night, to hear his lec
t tire upon " What will he do with it 1"
In this he fully sustained his reputa
tion as a lecturer and divine. The
main. point and application of tjic
Mihjcct was to show that man should
make all tho powers of both body
mid mind subservient to the laws of
Ho goes from this place to Galla
tin, Murfreesborough, Nashville and
Memphis, and wo need not In-peak
fur him an audience, for his fume
goes iM'foro him.
The amount realized from the two
lectures, $270 00, was generously do
nated by Mr. Holland to the church
In this city.
Hf.k Fourth page for reading matter
TrtE so-called Legislature of Ten
nessee meets again next Monday.
The world's annual crop of tobacco
Is estimated at 432,400 tons.
The first new molasses of the sea
son arrived at Now Orleans, from Ita-
pMi-n, imh ult.
In Charleston, 8. C, the trade of
this season Is three times aslteavy as
that of any other season since the ter
mination of the wnr.
J lRi'7 the value of finished Iron
product of the United States was
Ffmai.e At'AKKM v. It Is Indeed
refreshing, tltesc dull times, to pass
the Female Academy nUiiit noon,
and witness the array of blithesome
and happy young ladies who romo
teeming out at that time. They are
Till of glee, yet dignified and wo
manly In their demeanor. Tho Just
and strict discipline of this school
does not prohibit enjoyment. May
tills happy timing of pupils lie as
Joyous throughout Ufa as they are
now whilst llttliig themselves for
future matrons of our country.
TonAcro aft:u First ok Jan
vary. The Commissioner of Inter
nal Iteveutui says, In a late division,
Miioking ami line-cut chewing tolme
co 11 ml Miiifl Mild, or oll'ered for sale,
after January I, 1, and all other
manufactured toUutm of everv de
scription sold, or offered for sale, afber
July 1, ISCH, must bo In stamped
packages; and tobacco oil hand after
the rcMvtlvo dates named, not In
such packages, must be repucked, to
comply with the law, by the owner
thereof. The cxhuiksi of repacking
and stamping ttu-paid lohncco at
those dates must be borno by the ow
ners. The great steamer America, when
afloat, the largtwt vnmI In the world
except the (Inut Kiistem, and inten
ded for the flag ship of the Japan and
'liltia trade from Han Francisco, will
Is- completed in New York, It Is ta
ttil, by tho 1st of March, !. This
(hip is built on the model of the fa
mous yacht America, and it is antic
I luted that she will lie nun of the
fiitcst vr--l ever coiitniec..
The election here on. Tuesday pass
ed off, without a fight, though we
understand that tho two wings of the
Radical party tongue-lashed each
other to a considerable extent. The
official returns will bo found in an
District No, 4. Seymour, 40;
Orsnt, Oj lluck, 44 j Amcll, 0.
No. 2. Heymour 10; Grant, 4 j
Duck, 10; Aruell, 0.
No. 5. Heymour, 64; Grant, 0;
Buck, 4H; Arncll, 0.
No. 7. Heymour, 81 ; Grant, 813 ;
Buck, 65; Arnell, 30G.
No. 8. Heymour, 20; Grant, 0;
Buck, 18 ; Arnell, 0.
No. . Heymour, 14; Grant, 0;
Buck, 13 ; Arnell, 0.
No. 11. Heymour, 72; Grant, 0;
Buck, 71 ; Arnell, 0.
No. 12. Hevmour.2475 Grant, 885;
Buck, 400 ; Arnell, 63H.
No. 14. Heymour, 10; Grant, 3;
Buck, 10; Arnell, 0.
No. 15. Hcymour, 15; Orant, 0;
Buck, 15; Arnell, 0.
No. 10. Heymour, 11; Grant, 10;
Buck, 10; Arnell, 0. ,.
No, 17. Heymour, 26; Grant, 6;
Buck, 81 ; Arnell, 1.
No. 18. Heymour, 11; Grant, 0;
Buck, 11 ; Arnell, 0.
No. 19. Heymour, 28; Grant, 14;
Buck, 40; Arnell, 2.
In Districts No. 1, 3, 0, 10 and 20, no
election was held.
Total Vote. Grant, 1035; Sey
mour, 083; Buck, 801; Arnell, 840.
A Falhe Report Corrected.
Having learned that a report Is In cir
culation among somo of tho tobacco
men that the firm of Turoley A
Wooldridgc, of tho "elephant tobacco
warehouse," of this city, has been
dissolved, we take pleasure in stating
that such is not the cose. Theso gen
tlemen are in "full blast" and upon
tho most amicable, "terms. Their
warehouse is supplied with tho new
patent portable screws, which no
other house in tho city has. They
also have a perfect rat-proof, fire
proof and water-proof house, which
has Just been covered with tin, and
which Is by far tho safest deposi
tory for tobacco this side of New
China and Glassware House.
J. It. Lockcrt & Co. have opened their
splendid stock of china, glassware
and , lious-furnishlng goods gener
ally, up-stalrs over their room in the
Fowler's Hull bulhllntr. which will
soon be in readiness for a removal of
the stock, where it will show to a de
cided advantage. They have an elo
gant stock, and pledge themselves to
wholesale or retail goods cheaper
than they can bo bought In any city.
We will notice this house more ill de
tail at some future time.
The rebuilding of the railroad tres
tle is progressing rapidly. Our ener
getic superintendent, Robert Meek,
deserves much credit in. putting this
work through, as we undcrtaud It
will be completed this week.
HoiJthern Fortitude. Wo hear
much from the Northern Press about
Southern obstinacy and Botirhonism,
but never a word about Hon t hern eu
duranee and fortitude. Had thesame
calamities which have been sustained
by our people, befallen those of the
North, we think we do not misjudge
when we say, they would have been
Isirne witli far less composure. Strip
the North of her wealth, as theHouth
has been revolutionize her society
put the scum atop and govern them
by their servants ami laborers and
we doubt whether they would have
displayed a moiety of the composure
and quiet acquiescence which have
liecn shown by the Southern people.
The men who complain of the Son th
em peoplo as stublsirn and impracti
cable, fail to appreciate the sacrifices
and misfortunes we have been com
W'lled to endure. Theyjudge us entire
ly from their own stundMlnt, and
therefore Judge most unjustly. In
simple endurance the South has dis
played, since the war, a grander he
roism that she did In the midst of the
bloody strife. Macon (Co.) Tele
graph. " ..
A Hentlnlscenee of Kllpntrlrk.
Governor Vance, of North Caroli
na, has written a terribly serene letter
in refutation of some of Kilpatrlck's
lies with regard to him, and says :
"The General no doubt remembers,
among other incidents of the war, the
dressing np of a strumpet who assis
ted him In puttiiufdownthrrebrllion 1
in tho uniform ot on orderly, and In
troducing her Into a respectable fam
ily of ladies in a certain village in
c remember very distinctly that
when Kilpatrlck's camp was sur
prised by Gen's Wheeler and Hamp
ton, March Vtli, 18(15, we were with a
squad who charged this braggart's
headquarters. - Ho skedaddled in his
shirt to a neighboring swamp, fol
lowed by a shower of bullets. In the
apartment which ho had so hastily
vacated was the "lady" referred to
alsive. She cowered beneath the lied
clothing in mortal terror, but there
was not a reb In the crowd who would
not have scorned to have noticed her,
still less to have done her harm. On
the bed post hung Kilputrlck's sword
pistol, bolters and spurs. The woman
was a Vermont school-marm, whom
he had picked tin at Barnwell Court
I O u II
iiuiirm-, nuiiui larutiue., -
Tur.ui: Is now in Paris a movement
011 fool for tho porMso of breaking
down the constantly increasing in
rhicnec of the women of the tie mi
innmli: A Koeiety of ladies, to lie
called "The I eugue, of Honest Wo
men," Is tit be organlxcd. The mem
bers of this league pledge themselves
not to patronlte any establishment
where the lt ini motule is known to
deal; not to rent any boxes at thea
tres (o which the tli ml atomic Is ad
mitted; not to iipe the cotiimcM In
trodoccd by the l mi moiuic; not to
Invite to their soirees any gentlemen
who am known to keep mistresscM,
etc. Old I lupin suggested something
of tho kind four years ago. Verv in
fluential authors, artists, politicians,
etc., now favor the formation of such
A ttiHKKhPOMiKNT who at the re
cent fire In Bennett's big house on
Fort Washington, represents the dis
tinguished Joui iiulist us anxiously en
gaged In saving the Met of the pre
cious Herald I loin the IhreuU neddiw-
true! ion. "Jinn," hcKtild, "where be
volooin sex ? Biung me vohsnn uex,
or ah 1st ruined." "Father," said
young James, "put on your brtsvbes
or you will have the rliematism.''
".liimes," cried Mr. lleuilet, "dom
the whole house bosides I Ah waul
ma l!le. A fall don't nut voIimiiii w
ah'll die In the flame wi it Imtukeu
heart." I'aluswere Instantly taken
to Und volumes;!, with mh-cc.
We Deeply Sympathize with our
friends connected with the calamity
detailed in the following note from
Mr. -M. II. Mailer, dated Auburn,
Ala., Oct. 1808 j "Yesterday even
ing about a dozen students of the
East Alabama College were standing
In the store of Hololletd and Frazer.
some of them smoking. A 25 pound
keg of powder - was on the counter
near them, and a spark from a pine
II 1 1 mil, ,n vnumii IVIinm V j V
slon, which threw down that end of
the store,. Home or tne young men
were Instantly killed, others mortal
ly mangled, and others Injured In less
degrees. Those who wero killed In
stantly are A. B. Campbell, of Union
Springs, W. A. Henderson, of Au
burn, S. OV Houston, of West Point,
and J. R. Perry, of Cotton Valley,
A. P. Jordan, of Gttfala, was thrown
entirely across the street, horribly
mangled, and on reviving, remarked
that 'something funny had surely
happened,' and died a few minutes
after. B. B. Thompson, of Tuskegee,
and Clias. Hurt, of Opclika, nre ex
pected to die. Those whose injuries
are slighter are doing well, and are
expected to recover. Mr. Holoflold,
the owner of the store, was the only
citizen who was Injured. The young
men were all promising."
F trtt Hounit of Quarttrly MftHmfn fnr fV
fVrtrkMvt'lle THttrirt, TVnniwv OmflrrenfV.
Hal cm stft.. Not. 7, : HprlngTlalrl t.. Nor.
14,15; New Provlitnnc and Mouth (larks
villa sta., 21, 23; Ashurr ct.,Ire. 6, (; Mont
irnmnry ot., Iwc 12. 1.1; l.lneport ot., Dm.
IS, 20; Antinch ct.. Dee. 26, 27; IHrknon ct.,
.Inn. 2. S; C'larkavllln ta Jan. (, 10; Cmlar
Hill sta., Jan. IS, 17; Red River ct., Jan.
The Dlstrlrt-stpwarrts will meet atClarks
villa. Immediately aftar the eloae of the
illuming service. Let ail attend.
R. P. Raksom.
Lontavllle Leaf Tobaer Market.
IjOirisviM.ie, Nov. 2. Males at three of the
warehouse amonntlnn to DO hhrts. all
low sraclaa, with ten rejections. The prices
rnnaed as follow; Three hhils. at 111 2V
II .Vl: Snt W254loGI): 5 at fku.9 2T,: latSRO:
Hot 7 1075S; 7 at 10(36 75; and 4 at &203
BIVKR HEWS.' :
The river at this point has risen three
fret alnee our last report, but Is stationary,
and declining slowly at Nashville, with
three foot large or Ilarpcth shoals.
Tho Tyrone passed down Wednesday
morning, with a splendid trip. Hlie took
on 200 bbls. flour and several lots of miscel
laneous freight here.
The splondld band of the Forty-Firth
United Htatea Infantry came down on hor
to pay IJeut. Itodgera a visl t. They return
ed yesterday evening on tho Ella nughea,
after treating our citizens to some very One
The Fanny Brandies passed np last night
with a moderate trip. Bke leaves Nash
ville at noon to-day, aud Clnrluvllle at 6
o'clock r. v. Hho will give through bills of
lading to Louisville, Cincinnati, and all
points on the Ohio river.
Tho Ilavaua was advertised to leave Cin
cinnati for Nashville Wednesday. Tho
present indication are that ho will not be
able to get higher than this place, and par
tics wishing to ship to Clnolnnatl would do
well to have their freight ready by Mon
The A. Baker leaves for Cairo and PJt.
Loul this morning at 8 o'clock. She will
glvo through bills to Memphis and New
The Ella Hughes la the regular Sunday
morning packet for Cairo and points be
low. Rates on flour havo advanced five cents
per bbl. to New Orleans to other points
unchanged since our last report.
The Nashville Is running between Cairo
and Evansvllle at present, but will enter
her regular trado as soon as Cumborlund
While the steamor Nashville wo lylngat
Cairo lost trip, the Democrats of that place
were having a procession, and everything
passing on quietly. This wa too much for
the Nashville "nigs," who wore deck hand
on Ihe boat. They wanted some "Tonnes
see fun." They decorated their hats with
old striped rag, and started up the wharf,
yelling, "Here's your Brownlow mollshl"
The prncoslon answered with a yelt,
"Hero's your Ku-Klux I" and started for
them. Nigs, not thinking It as funny as In
Tennossce, mado for the boat, but were
overtaken on tho way, and four of them
bruised up considerably. The others,
eight In number,, wero arrested, and now
lie In Jail, having been Indicted for an at
tempt to create a MoU
GET THE WEST !
LOWEST PRICE !
The WILLC0X & GIBBS
Best Sewing Machine in
the World 1
And Is sold at Leas Price than my
other t'lrt-'lau Mewing Maeiilne.
It doe not require but ONE eloth plate for
All M.IIIMH ,11 HIMHIH, ItflU llnl UIIV UUI
not rt'iiira to be taken on
to oil the Machine.
It make but one stitch that one the
BlroiiKt known therefore requires
Itw machinery and 1 more
easily ltitmd than any
It never "drop" nor "skips" a stitch. It
never gvtn out of order.
Wo make a liberal discount to Clergymen
and Charitable Institution,
ii-ncral K. E. I ra. writing under date ot
January U'lll, lstKi,auy;
" tfmpto mtrhiinltm. and fha erperirnrtt
my thtHfjhfm huff had in operating u, make
lk Wll.cnX d- (Jill 11.1 AruMip ilachin a
great nvurile in Nif umily."
This statement, It villi be observed. Is
Hindu niHin "t'XMrtcnce." Oeuursl Let
had hud tho machine V year.)
Call and examine all ihedifTnrcnt stitches
made by Mewing .Machine, at our office.
AtlAMH A CO.. 0n. Agrnl.
Ofllce at 1'. II. I'ortor's Kurnlturv Hi. ire.
Ical and Traveling Ageuu wanted.
In liulivllle, Ky.. on the2Slh nil., at the
rnnltU'iicviif the bride' iniilher, by the Rav,
J. I.ani'nit-r Hnalding, W, J. Mit'oHMAC,
r.i., aiiu ,in .iiuiiiiii ?i. n iuim.
Ws wish Mack and hi beautiful brkte
many long years of wedded bllu. May
happlnena and prosperity attend them all
along 1 1 fit's pilgrimage.
In this county,' on the lt tnsl., byj. T.
HirhiinlMin, Mr. K. M. Hami.ktt, of
lliui'lty, to Mis fcl.u.1 MuuKiaoN.of this
At the M. E. Chinch. In Onkwood.Tunn.,
on 1st iunt., by the llcv. Win. Dlnwldtila,
Mr. SMi u. Mn iu.Ka and Miss Hauuiet
I AHULL, allot llilscuuuty.
On IheSKIi ofO-tnlwr.lii the rreHbvlarliiii
chiirt'li In rHilui-Hh, l,v Iti v. .1. T. Ili'ii.lrli k,
Mr. ItKI iikn Itnvt UNO. of lliiikliiavnii, In
MIkm KlKMt I'l.AHk, dimiiliii-r of the lulu
Isaac Clark, iIihviuhhI, ot 1'adiicnh.
Ctl.l. Al KXAMIIK
Our ritKMU M HCUtUEH, l.lllllT KtM'K
VIVAIS, I'HINt ; . I. It K It TK, AMI
MplilNU WAlHlNK, Including our "HKM
IS HAT WaUON." imrwork tsull IIUMfc
.M VUKand W Altlt VNTKH. Karlnry just
acroM from ilsjsisi Church. Keiulrlng
Ki lled. ILtKl It A HI!' i.
' vi. '; iw.
. Oocons Awn Coi.r. Promgoole A Oo."
Amygdalln Pectoral Is a beautiful, worthy
and efloctual expectorant for ths various
affection of ths throat and lungs so preva-
lentdnrlng the wlnterseason. It Instantly
relieves ths pain, obecks the Sough, loosens
ths phlegm, eauaing free and easy expec
toration, and promotes refreshing sleep so
much desired by those who are troubled
with a distressing eongb. For coughs and
colds, bronchitis, pneumonia, boaraeneas,
pain hi the aid, croup, hooplngeough, As.,
no family should fall to procure It. On
slnglo dose frequently ehecks a troublesoms
eough. Being prepared by physicians of
long and extensive experience, ths public
have no hesitancy In using this remedy at
ones. Bee advertisement headed "Great
Bout hem Preparation."
For sals by Thomas Flnley.
HIDESJ. Caih paid for Hides, at Her
man's Clothing Htors, Franklin street.
Mlew BualneM Malta can be had at
TWELVE DOLLARH a suit at R. E. McCuf-
loch's Clothing Btore.
Oct. 2S, 'OtMw.
HO CCBE, NO PAT I
For 1110 00, 1 will furnish the lightest run
ning two-horse wagon, with body and side
boards, In nse. They are manufactured of
wall seasoned material, well Ironed, and
warranted tor twelve monthsor the money
refunded to ths satisfaction of ths purcha
ser. Call at Pam Brockman's Repository,
and examine twsnty-uve, just received.
October IS, 186S-3mo
Ihsi and Dahlia Mlatarcs, and
Ilarrla Caaalaaer aalla. at twenty dol
lars a suit, at R. E. Mcculloch's Clothing
Store. (Oct. 23, '68-tw.
To Bao. William Hirsch Dear lr. Ytm
are hereby notified and required to appear
at the stated communication of Acacia
Lodge, In November, A. D. 184, A. L. 5808,
In New rrovldenee, Montgomery county.
Tennessee, to answer a charge of nnmason-
le conduct. Therefore, take - notice and
govern yourself accordingly. Done by or
der of the lodge at Its stated meeting In
n. " . TT AI1I, im J
Oct. B, '68-lt.
Castor Beaver Macks and Frocks,
black, dahlia and brown color, at all price
from lowest to highest, at It. E. Mccunocn-s
Clothing Store. Oct. 23, '68-tf.
Extra Fine Ocrnaaala Bearer Over
l'oata,ljlack, dahlia aud brown colors, very
cheap, at R. E. Mcculloch's ClothlngHtore.
Alevandera Kid Glaveaand ths cele
brated PAKTALOOM bbawbhs are sold LOW
kr at Mcculloch's Clothing Stora than
Oct. 23, 'G8-4W.
A large and very superior stock of mens'
underwear Is now on exhibition, and for
sale at low prices at McCulloch's Clothing
Store. . Oct. 23, CS-lw.
An elegant assortment of Unen bosom,
full bosom and negliges 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, 'fig-tw.
COXING FOB THE FA IB!
Call at Sam Rrockman's Repository and
examlno the large shipment of Hayes'
Buggies, gotten up by the manufacturer
expressly for the Fair, Including their Pre
mium Bttooiks. Come on, yon young
blood. We are ready for you.
A largo assortment of Hats and Caps,
Canoa, Umbrellas and Notions at McCul
loch's Clothing Store. I Oct. 23, e-iW.
Notlea ta Wboleaale Dealara. If you
want good as cheap as they can be bought
In any market this side of New York, call
on Wm. Ilroaddus A Co., where you will
find a good stock as low as the lowest.
Hep 18, lHGS-tr ,
Don't forget to go and look at that twelve
dollar suit at McCulloch's Clothing Store.
Oct 23, 08-4W. ,
Far the rail and Winter Trade
J. M. Hies has Just returned from the East
with a splendid stock of Fall and Winter
Oooda, bought for cash, which ws are offer
ing very low. Call and see us.
WM. BIIOADDUS 4 CO.
Sept IS, 1868-1
When you want something really elegant
In the way of a glove, neck tie, collar, sus
pender, undershirt or handkerchief, go to
McCulloch's Ctothlng Store and you will
And It. OoU23,88-tw.
The Bodler Wairon Is making for It
self tlia best reputation of auy work ever
sold In thlscouatry. We refer the public to
those who are using this work, Including
some of the oldot teamsters In the city and
surrounding country. Ml to I A Ug-tutM
raiff -" Made In Wboellug,
Vlrgt nla, to our order. Call and examl ne It,
at E. H. BaiwoHCBsT A Co'.
Sept. 11, 1868-tf.
A very superior lot of caaslmere, cloth,
silk, doeskin and silk velvet VeU, at Me
Cnlkich's Clothing Store, at exceedingly
low prices. Oct 21, 68-tw.
Cnra Na Pay. Forrest's JunlporTar
I warranted to cure Cough, Cold, Hoarse
na, Croup, Tli roat and Lung Diseases, or
the price positively refunded. Instantane
ous relief produced. Try It; If not satis
nod, return the empty bottle and get your
money back. Price, 33 eenta per bottle.
Bold wholesale and rotall, by
Thread, raaalmere.ealf, buckskin, aud ot
ter Olova and Oauutlota, In great variety,
at MoCu.llch 'a Clothing Store.
Oct. 23, INv,
WIIATW OCTT-Wby numberless old
rope clothes linos, rotting In till damp
weather. Now there Is no reason for this ;
nor (allow m to say) no sense In It, when
you van, for a very small sum, procure a
WHITE WIBE CLOTHES) LINE that
will last you as long as you live, and will
prove Ihe greatest convenience you ever
Tlioy will not rust.
They will not dirty Ihe clothes.
The clothes will not fraece to them.
In short they are the very thing.
Ws wairant all thla. Call and buy one,
at C II. MOUUIHON A CO'S.
JONKM A 111' ME,
mi . . FTU manufl0ufrs.
Mu) 21, Ihto-tf
Extra slae coala, paitta and veaU Pan al
wsya Iki huil at MoCHlloch'a Clothing Hloro.
Oct. 23, 'US-Iw.
Beaf! Beef II -Not the uiur Ins f of the
flicle.nt HeoU'liiiinn, llimk.lnit real nltvctlls
rum thu well fatted lieef rattle of lU'slnrn
tlmea, kept fiir nth- at the. rlty market-
liousi-, tis-tter known chicken coon), t-v
ery market iimriilug. W luu you cume to
) market call at my stall and supply your
selves with soiuothlng that will do to cAw
I Your truly,
I . ,' Tm. McM Sfs,
Ajitl .'I. lv$ l.
NEW IP I n X
13 Oe Keosee Sc Go.
Ou n,XTnt lary , I ron ,Q neons ware, Glasawara
Cement, House-furnishing Woods, Pumist,
Plows Corn Siiellers, Htraw Cutter, leath
ern, Wagon and Buggy Timbers, Horse
Mhoe and Nails, Anvils, Viae, Bellows,
Stocks and Dies, Hammers. Hatchets, Flics.
Carpenter', Cooper'. Itlacksinlth' and
HhoeToola.Sawa of all kinds, Axes, Nails,
Chairs. Locks aud Hlnga,.
In other words, we keep good almost In
numerable, which we will sell at lowest
and the Patent Iron Double
Grand Prairie Washing
(OUTER, ME k (4.
Sept. 11, WS-tf.
, BROS. (0.,
BgAUBS IM .
Brushes of all kinds,
Domestic Liquid Dyes,
And all articles ueces
sary or useful in the Sickl
We are receiving fresh supplies, every
week, and prepared to furnish any ansa
titles tbs market may demand,
AT TEST 10W PRICKS.
We call ths attention of Contractor
Builder and Painter, to our large stock ol
and Window Glass, and all articles in tb
way of Painters' material, which ws are!
Mlliag at a small advance oa maunu
factnrers: prices. Orders from phraician
promptly filled, at tbs lign of lbs "Bigl
OotdPen," Franklin sL,CLARKSVILLK
BOOTS AND SHOES!
VM. V. VAUIAHT.
HATS and CAPS
WM. W. VALIIANT.
SHIRTS AND DKAWERS!
WM. W. VAU.IANT 18 NOW ItB
celvlna. direct from the boat manufsc-
torle lu the United Blauw, the beat stock of
Boots. Shoes. &c.
he ha ever ottered the public. Especial at-
i-u ...... uvi, Ki w,i IM urn , usi, y (il i us
good, and he 1 fully con fidunt that satiafuc-
ww" m.i ou kivcii iii una particular, in
prions none shall be cheaper.
I have this seasou mode a specialty In
and Invite an examination of my stock.
My stock of
I full, t have a very fins stock of
GENTS' LINEN BOSOM SMRTS,
cheeper than Ihe market.
A call from buyer Is rtwisirt Hilly solicited
before making their purchases.
W. W. TALLIANT.
Bert II, 18s-2m.
IXTcw Store I
trori.t itKMiKiTrri.M.Y tnfirm
the t'illaiMiaoit'larksvllleand vicini
ty, that he ha Juat opened, at the old
An entirely new and fresh stock or goods,
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes,
HATS AND NOTIONS.
Which Willi aold to the trade aa cheap aa
tuey can ue huuglit anywhere la the Mute,
MR. WM. "BALTHROP,
A gentlemen well and favorably known o
tin-p.-lc of tliU and ivuoinilil ranMH
IhiiaWn .ini.u.ve.l, and would im iileaaud
Lo st lila old Irivmls and rusiomsr.
I'ersuna niiiuii! t'iarksvllle with the
view of buying giHala, would do well to call
and raamiii my at or k, a. I faul aatlsned I
oaa gt aalUfacilvB In prions.
Clarksville.TmiM.. '(. ! t
Turn Over a New Lea
Tlmeirith nnrtasing tramp
marches on, and many a heart
that but a few dajs ago heat
"Pit a Pat" with fond hopes
for the future, Is to-daj still
Look back and contemplate
what time has done for others
and remember what It has In
store for yon, I and everybody
else; then ask yourself the
question, What wonld become
of wife, children and the good
old folks, If my checks were
demanded by the doorkeeper
of the next world? Have yon
secured to them, In the event
of your untimely decease, a
portion of the financial value
or yonr life through the medi
um of a
In the language of Dsvj Crockett,
"Be sure jou are right, then go
And when 70a hare procured a
Policy in the ' '
OP NEW YORK,
this much you have accomplished.
Remember the name and get no
The NORTH AMERICA
la Liberal, Mutual, Juat I
C. H. JONES, Agent.
Dr. J. D. MALlOBT.r. WHsair and
SIM V EL J. IAYL0B, Bollcltari.
And since joit houso might burn
down, insure that I
The most successful merchants,
best buainesa men, and our thrift
farmers, are the largest patrona of
Insurance. They take no risk that
responsible monied institutions will
assume at an equitable rate. ' It is
important to know where to go for
the reliable article, consequently this
notice directing you to the
C- II- JONES.
Capital represented, more than
(Observe that no ocean rolls between
you and their money.)
N0RTII AMERICA LIFE IN
SURANCE COMPANY, of New
iETNA FIRE, of Hartford.
HOME INSURANCE COMPA
NY, of New naren.
ENTERPRISE IN.COMP'Y, of
, STATE INS. COMPT, of Nash
Till. TENNESSEE MARINE AND
FIRK INS, COMFY, of Nashville.
TRAVELERS' LIFE AND AC
CIDENT INS. COMPT, of Hart
ford, Conn, '
When you. want life, Fire,
Marine or Accident
Mate no contracts before peeing
C. II. .TONlSrt.
Losnes E(.ttlUblr AdJa.tM ana
ar.Tbia was tne Brat Agency et
tablishcd after tbe eolutnencenient of
Clarksville Insurance Agent)
or o. it. tiorvKM. '
Jan. IT, 1F6l.lv
C It 13 A. T
rrniEnn rnwrARATtossj auk nir
M. nsuit oimuirrMnipi iimwinfmwij
and a lona hnlnlilcexm-rtcnrs in tSSath
and West, and front ths golden olalmi
luey nave won iroin n incoirni rrmr'
alon. tli uma and Ilia nubile and tha an-
iramtratpd doniand and tinlvcnuil aatls
faction given, tiu-y have intmculatcijr iw
tasialarsl Mcdlclnca t tke Aa I
rtrlns prepared hjr thf nusllcsl profes-
nion, ana wivcmra 01 ail atrnr, nyl-
nana in an iiirpriiona arc pnsirrinins mem
in tlirlr practice with the most antlcfactory
The editor of the Cotnrabcw (Misa.) Hen1l
"t have had occasion to use several of
the Jr Ha-wlkera ffTearallaui In
our ramlly, and la every Instance they nave
Tho Memphis dally Appeal says t
The superiority of tho Ureal Mts
en rrrparaii.ai 1. acximwieogi-u iy
nil wlio Iimvh tiilil tlielu. and wn rheor.
fully raconimcnd them to our friend
throughout the country."
The Memphis Puhlto Islger says :
Tim aire svaiatsiersi In para lews
are prepared and offnred hy stauuch J'liy.l
clnn of our city, whom w know; their
Heinedtea give satisfaction, aud we cheer-
niiiT recouimenu lueta as . o. 1 raiuiiy
The Brandon (Miss.) Ilcpabllcan says t
"Tha Srut nawtkerai freaaratlaaia
ara nrenarM iv emmetiL unvaiciaiia ana
eell well in our midst."
YOUR SICK WIFE
Is rapidly sinking to an early grave, tier
eyes are growing aim ana nvr rneea are
lieeomlng pales her personal charms are
foiling, anil ulie la lesa talkative; her whole
frame la feelile. emaciated and nervous;
wis leasi exercise causes snort nreatiung
and a ualpltattna heart t she has nnanne-
tile, her head atTies. her feet and hands are
constantly cold; she Is rent less, nervous
ana every tuiug iau 10 give ruiiti.
Do you know what's the matter with
wirs oat KArtinTEsi
Who Is thu afflicted t Ask her If she Is
troubled with auy complaint peculiar to
ner sex. ask ner 11 sue is trounieii witn
nalnful. aunreNcd nr Irreanlnr Mntitlilv
rerlods: If she has Iucorrhnea nr Whiles,
Chlorosis or Urecn Hickues, Falling of the
vtoiuo, or any 01 inosc niwasea prouuevu
oy irrvguiar action 01 tue ouio.
English Female Bitters!
Will Immediately arouse and restore her to
Physldana all over the eonntrr are de
liahted with the effects of it. We hold
hundreds of letters similar to Ihe follow-
(Extract from the Macon (Miss.) Deacon.
"Prom the unnreeeeented sale and de
mand for the English reiuale Kilters
here, and the entlro satlsrucllon given, we
earnestly recomuieud thiiu lo ull of our
Mr. r. C. Sinclair, of DeKalb, Miss., says
"Three of our Thyslelana are using your
Remedies In their practice, one of whom
saya there Is no Uterine Tonic eiual to
fUUi awBjuawa-auuv MUlier. '
Messrs. Carpenter A Co., of Ilusleharst,
jiwi., aianra, looa, Bay I
"The sale of your Eaurllal reaaavle Bls
tera la wonderful. Ueuu two uosoa by z
Itlon A Neal, of Itunuvllle Ala., March,
"Pleaso forward by express sis dosen
wgiissB seiaie asitiera."
The Encllsh Female Bitter la acca ratal t
and boaullfully put up In large bottles, al
U.&0 per bottle, or three bottles for SS.dO
one ooiiie lasting aoout two wuk. nnip
ped to all parts of the country on receipt
01 price, Buia dt an oniuim,
J. P. IiKOMUtlOI.E at CO.,
Proprietors, Memphis, Tenneasea,
Dy cleansing the Hlomach, amusing the
t.ivor, carrying on an diiious inaiter,auu
acting aa a powrrim anu-peiioaic, me
KINC OF CHILLS,
At one dollar per bottle. Is, to-day, the
boasted plyalolau' combination for the
cure 01 an lorni 01 nun anu rever, tseu
ralala. Pain and Achilla of tha Honea and
Jolula, Hun Pain, and all those complaints
u, m niMiitriiyiia uainre.
Il never effectathe head, or nerves, can
be administered to Infanta, and is superior
iv ifuiunie ivr uicae uiavaave.
FAKMEaUl ADO riAsTERS
All over the country are buying the King
f Chills for family use, and are delighted
with llsetrocls. If you du not wish your
Chill to return, thl Is the remedy. It Is
preparod by physicians who hsve wtttch
extierienee In the treatment of miilarlou
aiseaaea, ana. as tins relinniy never fans in
private praeiiee,-it is eotiniientty recoin
mendeil aa a standard pniisiratlou.
Put up in largo boltli- al ll.uo, or six Ixil
UesforU.ua. Hent to all parts of the conn,
try on receipt of price. Hold hy all drug,
J. P. TJROMOOOI.E CO.,
Proprietors, Memphis, Tennessee.
Have You a Cough ?
Use Amygdalln Pectoral.
Have you any disease of the I.ungi 1
Uave you Pleurisy or UruiicliitaT
V'so A my gila'.in Sectoral.
Have yon Croup or Hooping tough t
ITan Amvr I. 11.. l.,n..l
tne prettiwt ana neat voun rtyrup
4 , , , Is A rr.yLdal In Pectoral.
tue mvinor a euempor.an Hvrun
, , , Is Anygdalln Pectoral.
turn viniurun a iavorie
Is tnygdalln PectOrrt.
r m issniiiw m -powerrui txpeewn
MMlUal lAMin. AJT.al iA.i.lei nluui kt K..
Tor family us, as '.powerful exprclorant
equalT w " '
Price, 11,70. Bold by all druggists.
. P. DROM9exI.E 0
Proirflctor. Mumptita, luaneaae.
STOP, OLtt I JSJKl
Yon need not irrmt any longer. Von can
be cured, right away, Vnur Kldtieja aril
llladder have neuu bnno) Ing you long
itB0JKtt00i,m It w.'
EIItiCT lIASiEEfit A9 TBlTTttl!
Will ettre vou of k)1 that sufferlnfc. It will
relieve you of Trinary Ui'iioNfts, friHiuent
.1..1 . 1 ..I I .... 1 1 1 1 In I .. u I .. l.UUM
Itlout, Diyuav iln fn Ihe Jtfa-k.'eflcetaof
ilalilla tf Iniwlpatlon far early abuse.
Aoapti-a to oiu or ymmg, innie or temaie.
Price f I.0O, or six botth-s fur Vt.nO. I fi
tted to all parts of the ewintry ou rocelot
of srtoe. Hold by an druggist.
. P. IinoMflOOI.E A CO.,
Proprietors, Memphis, Tennessee,
J MPURE DL OR D
Keejsilren tks tM of ur
Constitutional Kionarcu I
wliUh miMm Hi. ar .. .
: V . .i ... tlHi curee iKToiuia,
Hkln IMsi-aMia, tilitrulur Hwrllluga. Mr phi
lille Alhtl..ns. ul 4 Ulcer and tto'ei, Ik.Ua,
ele. Ilia rvh la eniuisMKHl of tHiil la-
I'", 1 - ma, limine ui I'utaan, wmcD
beat lllofj Purl tter known.
ins oviuea, u ju,
J. Pa DR031000LE &C0.,
roe- sella tra- Tksa, tifVmj, I raaihlial
1 'it. . lino
Tbs only reesedr for t'bllls and FeVer sr
Ague and Fsvrf that iasreaa bederesdid
arsialsUuiieT's AgasTeolr. Tkers bars barn
thousands cared by nif It Wbo bad Iriei
the arael reamlle wIlkirM boacDlf bsl is
cat kaa -
llnrlcy'sj Aguo Tonttt
fiitlri f efrct a enrt. Ait who bar
a Is tbeerlMly tell thrlr afllrlrd Mtnds
ot it aa a tan aaa) rrrlsla cms for rbllls sad
fever. Any one iaJrViiag from ihs thills
would com all tkeir swo Wrntrb; srsdinc
to a drujr stoss s4 blag bonis. It is
pleasant to tabs, cosipastd wltk eibeta, aad
will be rertaia to cars all cases of fever sad
sgns or chills sod fvrt. Head tot U te the
rOPlLAB WORN CANDY t
Al this h really a specific fur worms, asd
Ihe out mod steal fieiulaiif form to give lo
children, it is But surprising tbnt it h) last ta
king Ike place ot sll other preparations for
worms 4l belBg ptrttctlr tasulers, suy child
will take it.
JAMES RVODLK k CO, Preprietors.
tilr, Weak neat, !a
digestion, or Dytpepsis,
Want of set U of the Liver,
OR DISORDKKEI) STOJIACff.
There srs no Hitlers that ran ro Dips re
with tliets in rt moving these dUtrvMisg
cow plaints. For sale or can be bad at ace
drug It or is the United Suit, or free the
proprietors. JAMES RUDDLK CO.
, liOUISTIlle, k.T.
PURIFY YOUR DLOOD
Hurley'a Sarsaparilla I
Of sit Ihe remedies that hsrc been dltcor-
crrd during tbs preKBt sge for tbs "thus
ssad Ills tbst flrih is heir to," none equal
this wondertul preparation. Only ten years
hare elapsed sines Ihe diicovercr ( a h oiptnt
s decade In studying experiment, aud pef
cting It) first Introduced It to the public,
and it is already recognised by the uiottetn-
lurnt physicians In all parts or the country,
to be tbo most surprising snd eSectirs rnis-
dy Tor certain diseases of which they nave
Alt oilier Compounds or Syrups of this
root bare hitherto failed to command lbs
unction of lbs Faculty, becauie on being
tested, tbey hsrs been found lo contain nox
iom ingredients which neulrsliie ths good
effect! of the Sarmparills, and oftentimes in
jure the health of the patient. Jt is not so
with Hurley preparation.
This is the pur snd genuine extract of the
root, and Will, on trial, be found lo effect
certain and perfect curs of lbs following
complaints and diseases 1
Affections of ths Bones, Habitual CosllvenrM.
Debility, Dliessrs of the Kidneys, Dys
pepsia, ErysiHs!as, Female Irregular.
Hies. Fistula, all skin dlsessrs,
Lifer Complaint, Indiges
tion, Files, Pulmu.
Scrofula, or Kiug's Evil,
EXTRACT JAMAICA (ilNEEBt
Ct James Huddle k Co.'s Exlrart Ja
aislca Ginger, for sll Summer Couplalnu,
Cholera, Cramps, ludlgoiilon, Ac. This is
pur Ginger, snd cau be relied os.
Notice to Mothers
nrin sooth nc sybiti
W bar, ly purchase of Ihe original re
ceipt, become tols proprietor! of thii eehtbra.
ted Medlclu. W ssk yon to giv it a trial
with an saauranr that you will in future
discard sll those nsuteous and destructive
itufls, lurh at Dat.mso'i Drcna. Uodfrev's
Cordial, Dewre't illilure, xn coinbinsllons
of s psst and aull-progreuirt ags, then it
was inougni that ths wore disgusting the
mixture the better lbs tncdicine.
Use in ihs fatvrevmly rVjMreok't. t com
Mnallon quire V.i wlrh rlie enlvaucenieal of
tu sge. neataut te take, bsrruleis la its
action, erXcicat snd rrfirbt fa H esses, la
ralusbh) rn tbs following disease! 1
Summer t'otniilalut, Irreralnrl
IUh t)f the ItowelH, ftcstlve
nesd, Teethlnp:, lr
GrrvtbeaHh tolb child amfrraf fotAfNfaer.
Ws coald glv any quantity of fertincsivs
bearing s'idenres of ill superior qualities,
but prefef that our ttiedlchj ttitnH sfswd na
its own merits, which (t wRl'do upon trial.
Elixir of Pirirsnlia(e of Iron
Tbil'let;sftt cfltrrMrmtion posttssei sll tne
best toxic properties of peruvlsn bsrk snd
rron, wilbont lhaidiisffreeshle laite snd bad
(Veetsof eirtfrY, eepnrstely or la oilier prep
arations, of rinse valuable medicines. It
should be tslen in all esset when a gentle
tonic InejirtDiton is required slier ronvslet
renee from rtvKsa or other debilitating dit.
estrs, tsr 1n tlioas distressing isaMVLatlTIKS
petnliy to frnisles. No lemsis should be
wilbont lu if liabl to lucb disratr. fur Both.
ing can well toks In plat s.
English Horse Liniment
Uu proven ilsrlf oa of the best Llsiateslt
made lur ttpralsa, Hniun, kt, la all nwi
lie tried kr rilbrr aw a 01 beast, asd will
do all w rlaira for It. Try a bottle, sad e
are satisfied you will atvsr sftrrwsrds we
JAMES KIDDLE 1 CO..
No. 41,l)ull.tt Hlr't
For sal bv a. R. Pt.wsrl, Tho. FluIrT
aad Itrtna Urns., rinrt-vllle. Teen.
I fur. f, .-7 I;.