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-1AHC AWAY YV CWKTAtLA.
-r - r A Was! tm ftviaukarsv -.r r
.-. i .j. . - . 4 ,
Jinks drank too much as all lib
fricmlf knew, but. like many another
Rood fellow vhr drinks, It won hard
to convlnr Jinks that he ought to
let up on it. Ho boarded at one of
tho hotels, and nleht after nlRht he
would remain until paxt midnight at
the saloon bar, "hinting" it In, ren
dering It neeensary morning after
morning to have a cocktail brought
up from the saloon before be could get
(Ait of bed, and then another to brace
him up for breakfast.
Finally, - the bar attendant, who
brought up the drink, remonstrated
with him, tellin? htm that, If he eon
tinned his oourra mueh longer, he
would eerUiuly have the "ilm-jams."
The what? " asked Jinks, not ex
"Tho . man with ibe jpoLer get
makes afWr you see things have
tho tremens." - -
"Oh, nonsense," said Jinks, "you
enn't scare me. ; I hnvo drank Juh so
for fifteen years. It never hurts me.
A cocktail or two In the morning and
I'm all right, always."
The bur mun hud more sympathy
tor a nmn on the downward road of
intemperance than most bar men
have, andhedctermlned to give Jinks
a fright. Accordingly, the - next
morning, when the well-Known ring
from J In Its' room was heard, the bar
tender prepared a very enticing glu
rock tall, and placing it on a waiter,
surrounded It with sundry toads, liz
ards, small snakes, Ac. This he con
veyed to Jinks' room, that Individ
ual, who had loaded himself with
"benzine" the night before rather
more heavily than usual, nervously
"Morning," said Jinks, stretching
out a hand that trembled some, "glad
lo see you lovlllsli dry this morning
wftaCt themt" (starting back In
' "Why, what do you mean?" said
the man. In innocent wonder.
"Why the toads, snakes and things
ftronnd the tumbler," said Jinks,
shrinking to the back of the bed and
viewing the loathsome reptiles with
aversion and dismay.
"Why, Jinks, my man, there is
nothing around the tumbler nothing
on the waiter except the cocktail."
' "I tell you there are. I see snakes,
toads and lizards there."
"Ah, Jinks, (with a sigh) t was
afraid how it would be. I told you
yesterday morning, don't you remem
ber. You are, seeing things when
there ain't things to see. You've got
Jinks raised Up in bed. ''Do you
mean to tell me," said ho, "that there
ain't no snakes and things there? "
"Most assuredly I do."
Jinks considered a moment, and
then lying down said. In a sorrowful
voice and with a mild repliant wave
ot tthMA,takc away your cocktail."
The story got out. Jinks fouud that
he was sold, but ho quit drinking, for
every timo he put his noso into a sa
loon where ho used to "Infest," some
ono would sing out- "takeaway your
cocktail I "
plaix rr a little none.
The Congrcgationallet contains the
following sfory: "A good minister
had long preached to a congregation
of average culture with little appar
ent good result. Thinking the mat
ter over, one Saturday morning, after
ho had finished writing his weekly
sermon, the thought occurred to him
to go down stairs and read it to his
pious, simple-hearted domestic. Ter
tians.' mild he. 'I shoot too liiirli.'
Culling her from her work, ho read a
few sentences, selected as containing
tho clearest uiinouncemcut of the
truth which the sermon was intended
to convey, nnd asked her, 'Poyou un
UcrsUind that'." 'No, sir,' was the
reply. He then extemporized the
same idea in xitnplcr language, and
asked her again, 'Do you understand
that?' A little,' wus her answer
kindling with aii'intcrcst which prov
ed tho truth of her words 'but please,
sir, plain it aliltlc more.' Once more
ho expounded his original Idea lu the
must lucid manner and with tliufuw
wt and shortest words ho could think
of, when she exclaimed with great
ueiignt -1 see it an now, sir, ami
like, It very much.' lie went up
stairs, re-wrote his discourse as nearly
as possiblo in the sumo style us he had
used in his experiment, and went to
church next morning, almost treni'
bling lest his people would bo din
gusted with his preaching. To his
amazement, the very first sentences
seemed to awaken alixten!Dg,stich us
ho had never before leen able to se
cure. And, as he went on, he could
see one eye after another moistening,
until almost his whole oongretration
were visibly touched as he had never
seen them before, and as tho result of
that service more than one came to
him to inquire, 'What must 1 do?'
The effect upon his own mind was
such that ho changed his style of
preaching from that time thoroughly;
declaring that as for him -let others
do what they may he would speak
so as to be unrlmtood by all whom it
was his duty to address.
A rtoarina; Mill Destroyed.
Ttetween three and four o'clock yes
tenlny morning, a tiro broke out in
the mammoth llotir mill situated on
the corner of Linoand Cherry streets,
occupied by 1. 1). Dickey. The tiro
commenced lu tho cellar, and was
first discovered by the watchman on
the pri uilsiw, who gave the alarm.
The engines were rather slow in get
ting to work, and consequently the
tiro gained such headway thut tho
tlreman, when they did reach tho
ground, found it inipofmblu to arrest
the progress of the Maine, and the
building aud mill machinery wero
The building and mill was valued
al$:W,')o0. It wiu built by John K.
llaumuu and XV. II. Gordon, some
twelvo years ago, and I owned by the
I.itten Doirx, uiiuougu tne property is
In litigation in tho Chancery Court.
We did not learn whether it was
stired or not.
Mr. Dickey's loss is about 17,000,
on which he iiadan iuHuruiiceof Sll,
PilO ciiually dividtsl het ween theState
ami Teniievteo Marino olliocs. His
stock on hand Includiil alsmt four,
hundred barrvls of Hour, one hundred ,
I I...I.. r ...I ut v K.....1m.uI l.i.l...l
of corn, aud tlfl y barrels of coi n meal, I
all of which was cnnsume1.
Mr. Ilickev la of tho onlnlon that
the lire originated from Hisintaneou
pomliuotlon, or fmin some accidental
raitxe, while oi hers e'in to think that
the building had I "in entered by bur
glars uud afterwards llred.
Tho ilcstniction of tho mill is a
public calamity. There wero upward
' ' ' .. . . " , ' i .v. ....
if twenty men etlgnged, Who are
thrown nut of etlHiloyment. -lil-
i i'f I'u i.ii find Aiiit rlonn
Ue UUIoit ana JlMrnan.
" , , ,.
A TYPR-SKTTIN'ii M At IU.VK. it is wild
has been Invented, which works hv
lectricltv, so that a ie,orter, by the
use of c iniiecting wires, i.ih.v put his
report into lpc even were be linn -
'. "i i. .'.
RUSH 10 THE RESCUE!
WTfrTirrrnE'v,' ' cohstrt' mfh-
x chants, niul nil others desiring Goods,
W nn and Merchandise, can save from 2
to aajt per cent, by calling t the
,. ....... '
Auction and Commission House
...... op .. :
Jr. II. IIY3I-A.TV,
flotrth side of Publle Ronarc, three door
cast front tho Nat loual Hotel, In ClnrksvillR,
I nimni. Here you am iDd i sood as
Spring and Summer Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots, Shoes
Hals, Millinery Goods,
Notions, Qnecnsware ' '
or an ythlng cite you want, at either whole
mile or retail.
Itont target the name and place
I. H. niMAX, ACCTIOXEER,
South Side PudIIc Square, 3d Door
East from National Hotel, Claras
P. B. I will also aril every description ol
property for Administrators, Kxecutora,
Trusteea, Aacnls and Prl vat Phrtles, either
on ttio street, In tho city or country.
May 32, '8-tf.
To the Citizens of Clarksville and
WOULD BTATE THAT I ITAVE JCBT
rned from the Knslern cities with a
took of I he boat brand of French Calf
UHtether with a very laree stock of
niuuM mi oi every ainu lor nianuiaoturing
GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES,
of the latest styles, all of which I bought
klmlK of boota and Miooa at (treatly reluced
prices, a larce aiocK oi mono worn on
hand, which I warrant, at greatly redaccd
All mending done with neatness and dis
patch. With many thank forthe liberal patron
age, formany years, of my old friend and
cuatoniftr, I moHt rcapectiully solicit a con
tlnusnce of thcaamo.
Boots and Shoes.
Ucntlnmcn rraidlns'ln the country, by
carufull v exninlnliia the followlna cuta. can
tiiRA incir own muiiMure. ana aunu 10 ine
old and w,ill known Hoot and Rhoo Stand of
Joh n Kick, West Hide Public Hquare, Uarka-
vino, icuui'asvo, wncn
GOOD FIT WILL BE GUARANTEED,
If properly taken by the following
Direction! for Measuring the Foot.
Jmt. Place the foot on a piece of nancr
and truco the outline of same with aixincll.
which win give ine icngin ami spioau oi
ilin look a inown tu naum Jtt
lnchna and frHcilim. with lane measure, a
nnown in npurti n, via:
mu l ne null oi ine loot.
2d. The low Instep.
8d. The high Instep.
SI il. l lie lieei.
fit h.--The ankle.
Uth. The eitlf.
Oct. 16, 188-m.
FALL AND WINTER,
Gontlemoa'a FurniBhing Goods
am sow in rtFtrriPTor tuk lar-
storkor Kuady Mails llotlilng anil
t'urnlthiiiu floods ever broimht to
this market, and daNlro that tne tradin
mil.llA ahnnlil rail Anil lwilf tlimnirli tn
slock before making their purchase. I will
not sav that niv coods are cheaper than
lhy cau lie had tUHewhvre, hut leave this
nuc'idtoii U he divided hv those who wish to
purchase. All I ask t a fnlr Inspecilon of
quHlltlea aud price. .My stock is entirely
Tho good are all
WELL CUT AND MADE
and I have no hccilaucy lu saying that
rain please you, II you will ouiy give lue
tnul. I shall sell or
uud I lie very
LOWEST LIVING PROFITS
l) nut on evi rv Ihlna In uiy House.
IVi ah) i "lied in Ikij, this Iiuumi hi had
uc.iui business vkperivuce or
n''ot-;M by thl time to t able to strord
some adviiiiliigis to customers. The stock
.mhi-Hees all MuUli. el goods from the
l.w.i in the hliiheMl urades, andas rsgarda
siyie iiiki kui.ii.ih i is uiisurMUoii.
w l(i , ralland kri
1 Ihiiiiigh, Is-lng atlsrld you will Sad sultlO'
Iimii iiwliiisnneiils lo warrunt a iiiirehas.
i He'i'e'uber Umt ull good sold here are
K.jp-iruii, . .
' H. C. HcCtM OCII
( ir ..,
OHNSON VICTORIOUS !
The Effect Felt in
. CLAlt K8VILLE I
HELMS & JOHNSON
NolhwitlmtanJing tbt political Hate of
tbe country, we are receiving and opetilng
the largest itock of
Staple and Fancy '
we have ever brought to this market Our
stock will, In very short time, be full and
complete, and contist in part of the follow
ing article :
FANCY AND BLACK SILKS,
Poplins, Alpaccas, Bo
rages, and all new :
atylea of Fancy Dress
Plain, striped and
dotted Swiss; Jacko-
nets, Canibrios." Mull
' - . - ....
and Nansook Muslins, ,
plain and striped; Lini
en Sheetings Irish
: Linon, Napkins, Tow
els, Table Linen, etc.
We have a large lot of
BROWN AND BLEACHES MISLLtS,
Sought Before the Rise;
10-4 and 11 4 Bleached
and Brown Sheetings; 4, 5
and 6-4 Pillow Muslins;
Irish Linens, 4, 5 and 6-4
wide ; Dress Trimmings,
Buttons, and everything of
the kind new; Linen Hand
kerchiefs, Embroidered and
Laos do.; Jackonet and
Swiss Edgings and Inscr
tings; with many other ar
- tides in this line too te
dious to mention.
Our Stock of
will be largs and varied.
call ipecial attention te cur
lllaclt and Fnufly
Cloths and Cassimeres
Aud In fact everything that is usually sold
iu a 6rst (lass Wbulrsals House,
As Low as any other Estab
lishment in the South.
Came sad ciaailus, snd If you ar not
plnscd we will not atk you to buy.
Mr. .John X. IIcIiuh
will remain in Kw York for soattime, aed
add to tb stock srtry week.
HtlMS I J0RBOV.
"r1! 'f'l '
New Establishment I
h. Weill, 1 would Inform the publlo
that I will canyon the buslncasatthosaiii
old stand, , j . ; , ... .
j ." ; '' V' . : '
Cor. Btrawbtrry Alley nd lit Cross.
Believing my !! H a Raker and my
forte, not that of Ponelson bat a Oroeers,
my chief pride and ambition wlii hence
forth be to
Bake the Best Bread f
eep the Beit Stock of Groeerlci t
And sell tbem Cheaper than anr
boose In the City t
This house will eontlnun. as heretofore.
to he the largest denier In Knmlly Flour In
('larksvlllo. The choice brands of thl will
be alwayakepton hand and priced aa low
i at me nuns, ia ...
TIIE LIQUOR , DEPARTMENT
SMt-I ean beat anybody!
flavins on hand the oldest, best, hlg-
IW K.I ,n. MAmnl.l.riiwkil llMlilllu.
iVlnos. Whiskey. Hum. Uln.etc.to bo found
anywhere. Home of these were bought be
fore the war. anil I have some of the Iden
tical beverage that made King David, of
blessed memory, cut such fantastic capers
before high lieaven and the daughter of
In the Bakery Department
t promise, to take the shins oft of every
other eoucern of the kind in Liarkavilln.
both In the sunerlorltv of mr 11 read and
Cakes and their prompt delivery In the
highest stylo of art, both a to condition
and transportation, at the door of my cus
tomers. Parties and Weddings can be sup-
piivu uu me suurivsi nuuee.
TIIE IIIQUEBT MARKET PRICE PAID
IN CASH, FOU COUNTRT ntODUCE,
" Bn-athe there a man with soul o dead
Who never to himself hath said
Weill's the best aud cheapest house in town?
If such there be, go mark htm well,
For blm no mlmtrel' rupture well."
C'larkivlllo, April 17, 1808.
lT 1T1 liBMSS
T AM TRKPARED TO FURNWII COT-
1 finis. Wood Caskets, Metallo llurlal Ca
ses and Caskets, at any and all times any
where In MnulKiuiiury County, or In answer
to tiilugrani any wnere sinna ine line or tne
railroad liotween lxiulsvllle and MuuidIiU
or Ilopklnsville and MasUvlll. 1 can fur-
MetallC Caskrts, silver nosnted.
Mttalic Burial Casrs,
I would also add that I will preheat a
cnltl n to the friends of every pauper rkiild
burn In Mwntgoincry County. i
JullN K. COUTH.
May 10, lWKMJiu
FLOYD ST. PLANINO MILL.
(tluesitira north of Mulii.)
J. IIU ItHOM X A III.
Msaulscliirrnsr IMirs. Itjti. itllMSla,
m rntufs, suhuhkm, nrsrSH,rsra.
lug ftlva.es, SlooriMst, etc., iuU , i
B01CII AND DKKS.SKD LIM11EB,
6U1NC1 lM, AND Hl'ltlUMI MATE
RIAL OV ALL Kl.Nlxi.
T A VINO imrrlisavd Ibe stand recently
s s wviipi.ii ,,y sir jonii i sru. o, rj tji.t
Maiu slrsel, between Kirst snd Koeond, lo-
Stitkarwitb his sum tutrk, consisting of
oora. sasband tillnds, s will eoeilnuo tb.
ausaaa warsroom. In eonocctina wlib
i"ir plsnie mill, from iiu l i'm tins dat.
CARRIAGE, BUGGY AND
Franklin Street, CLARKSVILLE, TENN.
I Would rail the attention of mv friend and th nnhlta ta me Ian stnek of Itnirev.
Oarriape ami Wagoe work now on band, direct
m a., naye ie., w neeiinfr, va embraclni all their varlon Hyles, from tne Oaest
Pha-lon toakleton Milky, including their celebrated KfW Style Prince Albert Fam.
"T 0lt)ry, which for conifort, ease and convenience, stand at the head of all Bopgi,
and their Steel Tire Light work, for young men, fast driving, etc. ! cualleag the Buggy
werld for its superior.
- In reference to workmanibip, stvle, goarante, etc, I will My that I have, durlag the
lait sixteen years, sold la Bomber Kentucky and this Bute, over three hundred job of
this work, and to the wbe have bought and used it, Including the livery mea of this
city, I wonld refer you, being willing that tbe work shall anawer for luelf. With thi
understanding. If yon or your friend should buy any of this work, and by fair asags It
fail to give atltrction, you will confer a special favor on the manufacturers by calling en
me snd having it repaired by Baker BroM of this city, at their expense, or permit me to
itrrxo toss mods until too asa SATiiriiD.
Prices as lew as any Inrt-clsas work in any western city.
Sole Agent for Bontbrrn Kentucky and Middle Tennessee.
P. 8. I would million my friend, and the public against peddlers aud irresponsible
parties claiming to tell this work. The miBulaclarers have but oue agency for Soaihe
Kentucky and Mlddlo Tennessee. , . Jan. 81-1
CIGARS MADE TO ORDER
FIXE CIGARS, AT NEW YORE PRICES!
. ISEXSTEIJf k D0UTCU,
Feb. 1, 1868-ly
Pianos, Organs, School and His
cciianeous hooks, iauon
cry. Sheet MuhIc, Peri
odicals, Ylolin and
Guitar Strings, etc, etc.,
(Sign of the Gold Pen,)
CLARKSVILLE, - - TENN.
We are acrrnts for th Justly celebrated
"WEBER" PIANOS, which are now ac
knowledged by all the First Musicians
of New York and the Directors of Conser
vatories Of Music in New York and
lirooklyo to be the Best riailOfortfS
manufacture d.for their great power, bril
liancy and purity of tone, elasticity of touch!
and great durability.' Wealra call attention
to tbe COSOYEK BKU B. MAftUS, which
are manufactured eipressly lur Doutuern
markeu snd will stand th cllmef ' They
nued BO praise as there arc ov Irteen
Tbonsand In nse. They are msoufacturrd
by on of the largest bouses in New York
and have all valuable improvements, includ
ing the agraffe. By special contract, w
ar enabled to sell them lower than many
other first class instruments.
All Pianos delivered at Manufactu
rer's Prices, aud kept In Tnne one
year without charge.
we refer an muse aesirons oi snowing
whether w giv talisfarlion in our sales to
Rev. J. B. West, Rev. A. O. Sears, Geo. W.
Uillrasn, Ceo. II. VYarfield and T. D. Scott.
ar agent for
J. KSTKI X CO.'S CELKBtUTED TRE
ahich w sell t FACTO. IV l'RICE3.
W call th attention o Country Mer
chants to our facilities In furnishing tbem
School Books Stationery.
J. F. COX0VF.lt will promptly attend to
orders for Piano Tuuiug, and guarantees sat
W return thank for th noouragmnt
received thus far, and bops to merit con
tinuance of th same.
March 30, lf)G8-tf.
BAILB0AD DIE BILLS.
mllE COMMITTEE APIOINTED AT
I a ineetliiR of the holders of due blll-f.f
the Iteoeiver forth M. C. L. U. H.,tn em
ploy counsel to take soch oilier step a
might be necessary to prosecute I he colleo
tlou of said claims, have made arrange
ment with attorney for that purpose.
Those desiring to ri lu their claim for col
lection uudur tho arrangement made, can
do so by leaving th saiuu with us or with
Messrs. Humphreys A Iunlol.
J. P. V. WHITFItXU,",
WM. KLKKMAN. Committee,
HM'L KEX1NUER, J
October 2. lSUMw
Elisabeth Itlack ot ala, vs.
Junius II. W
lilacs, el ais.
PrTtXUANT tn a deerifl In this ennse en
tered at the rViilemlier term, MM, of the
Circuit Court fur Moulgomury County, Ten
Matarday, Xovember 14, iaS,
at the court-house door lu t'larksvllln, I
will offer lor sale, to the blithest liidder.that
very valualilu Inrm ou lite Mouth side of
CiimlNirluiid river, kuowu as tho lllmk
farm, and now occupied by Jolin O. lilack
Kaid rarin eonslsts of two nearly ooiills
uimib Irscts, eoutnlnlug Hi acrws and tho
oilier K!Iueri's. The land is line river hot-
I.,,., m.tMtlv Wllllll, lw,i t.,llt.i. til I l.rlift.
vllle, plentifully wooded, with never-lulling
springs Ixirdsrl rig on the rlvT, with
a coiulortiililii dwelling and eundry out
liouiMts, a giMMt m-iitlilM,i-hoiKl, and where
hind Is ruiddly enhancing In vsluo. This
land Is said to Iwuxeelluut for producing
hay. Uilmeeo. eiirii. etc.
Any one desiring lo examine, can visit
anl IM..UOWU inu premises.
Tkhhh. Ten mt cut. tush; the lsiliinee
In four equul p ments, each w ith Inlertt
from dule. diu hs follows: July 8. ImjH;
Murch a, IKTu; July H, 1X71: Murrh S, 1K7I.
Soles with approved MH-iiilly reiiirid uud
alieu rvlaiuuu lur the puri'liiise ut,inc'.'
J. V. WILLIAMSON.
t lei k and I'uurr.
rtvlllC RESIDENCE OPMItH. Itl-UHEfl.
I next door lo Ihe Mulboilisl Church, on
Frankllu street, for the balance of Ihu and
all of the nest ci.
r. a pmiiii, Ajeot.
o- '. :
from tbe factorict of Bnabry, tittle Co.
A Banking Institution, Inrorporatcd
oy act ei ine i.tRisiatare or .
Tennessee In Decern
Will be opened for business en the 13th of
January, 1868, ft tu buildlag West side of
tbe fublie square, on door north of the
rirst National Hank, Clarksville, Tenn.
This Bank will deal in Foreign and Do
mestic Bills of Exchange, Clold and Silver
Bullion, receive deposits, and do a general
U. O. Kr.r.HEE, I'resident
J. E. BaosDbes, Cashier.
Jan. 10, 1808-tf -
OHIO Y ALLEY WHITE LEAD
LKWIS.SCnOOKMlKES, CO., Prop's,
HAVING JTJBT COMPLETED THE
erection of the largest aud most ouni
plute Im& Factory In the western country,
we are prepared to fill order promptly for
rijRK white lead, Putty, Colors, dry and
in on, Ac, ate., at tne lowest manufacturers'
rales. 1'rice ust lurtusneu ou application.
f. B. HOWE, Agent.
Aug. 7, W-Sm.
OlVlt IW VILLE
D. M. Qoarles, Principal.
Col. R. 0. Whitehead, Associate.
rrms wecond tkum of tiiiw ncnnoL
X wi lo'Kiii on nionuay, ine 7tn oi nep
toinlwr. 1RU4. in Hlowart Collece bulldluu.
nnd close at the end of twenty weeks.
Both of the teachers are graduatus or the
University of Virginia, and have made
teaching their business, exclusively- slaw
leavlna that Institution jionie tlilrUion
year ago both In Virginia, and In this
The object aimed at, will be to prepare
voiinc mun to euler the University of Vlr
(rln In, or any other Collegn, or lit them for
tne ousiness or uu. i lie course oi lnstruc
tlon will be: modeled after that at the Unl
verslty of Virginia, and. as far as practlca-
uie, tue same book wiu oo useu.
Wj per Term 0 20 tmktIn Advanet.
Enullsh and Primary course in Math
ematics .tx 00
English and Advanced course In
Mathematics S5 00
Languages, each oue dollar per month eX'
Aug. 28, CS-flm.
NEW PR0TIDENCK TIX SHOP.
A VINO REMOVED TO TIIE STORE
next to that oeeuuled hv W. H. Poln-
exter. (bettor known as the Uonlwriaht
Saddler rihop). we would bo pleased to Me
our oia rrienus ana customers, wnen wi
will be ready to serve them with any art I
cle In our line. They will And their old
friend w. T. llargrave at HI post, to altcuu
to meir wants.
We have a oonrnlete assortment or moves
Orates, F urnaces and other castings, with
every variety of Tinware, Fruit Cans aud
Jsrs. We work aooil stock, and will sell
our goods as cheap a can oe sold in tins
(iutterlnannd RcDnlrlnir done toortlera
the shortest notice and at the lowest rates
We are nnpared to order. If reiiuested, all
8toves, Urates, Ac., of any site or pattern
that may bo wuntiii. i an ami see us.
Aug. 28, 8-3m.
Proposals for Farm for Poor-house
Purposes for Montgomery County.
WE, COMMISSIONERS TO PURCHASE
a alto, of uot leas than 20 aures. foe a
Poor-houso In suld county, apoluted by
tho County Court of suld County, invito
sealed proposals from the owners nf laud
snd Improvements to sell us such a place.
The proposals must show i
isu 1 lie location; uisiance rrom tnecotin
ty town; quantity of land: how much tilla
ble; how much cleared; how long it baa
been In cultivation ; how much In timber ;
the character of thelund and the timber;
supply of water for persons and for slock ;
Improvement, with particularity; dlslnncv.
of drinking water and timber from the
dwelling, If there be a dwelling, or rrom a
good place to build, If therobono dwelling;
lateinent of the healthiness of tho loca
tion and vicinity; continuity to mills;
whether other adjacent land can im
lrocured; accessibility to tne place from
own antl country: nuantltv. character and
ant) of fencing on premises; and any other
particulars showing the adaptedness or ad
vantages, or the contrary, ot Ihu place for
the purposes intended.
2d. A statement or bow the tltlo stnnds.
and where acquired, giving dute of deed
and book where registered, and by whom
marie nnd to whom, and statins' fully any
Judgments, ileus, uiurtgagcs, or other claims
Sit. The price and term of payment ask
ed for the property. State the term on
these two bases, or one of them I 1st. Cash :
Jd. One-fourth cash, balance In 6 and 12
months, or longer If desired, ana wnen pos
session will be given. Mukeall these state
ments fullv.and file them with Peter Onoal.
Clerk of the County Court, by the first Mon
day In December, IMS, when they will be
oiMined. We reserve the right to uecliue all
proposals U nut sui.isincLory.
K. I Williams,
H. It. It. Wiuhih,
II. M. LroLar,
J so. T. Kit iiasosoh.
sept 4, 'G 2m. Commissioner
BOOKS I . BOOKS ! !
F. M. DOUGHERTY S
I would call th attention of lb public gen
erally, to my stock of lluoks, c,
just purchased, vis:
I will sell as low as anybody ia lb Suite
Cash Paid for HACK.
r. . BorfcfirRTT.
Franklin Etrrel. Opposite the Court
i'o. i u".
FREOH & COURTS,
Sign "TENNESSEE IRON,"
' " Iron, "
Leather, - .
, Vagon Hubs,
FIELD SEEDS !
Garden Implements 1
'.' ' -At tlxn '
LOWEST CASH PK1CES. ,
W rf mm4 tmttmlmt mr . M
May , ISSS-tf.
(FORMERLY MOORE'S HOTEL) ,
CLARKSVILLE, - TENN.
Tlavlng taken charge of this Bouse snd
refurnished it throughout with nw furni
ture, I am now prepared to accommodate
regular boarders and transient guests ia as
good style ss any in tne state.
Attached to tb Hon, i nn
supplied with elegant tables and furnltnrt
aud will lie kept by sn attentive and accom-
Thrra is also adjoining tbs ooics of Hi
Hotel, . .
that cannot be surpassed la point of neat
ness by any Institution of tb kind In th
country, which will at all time lie supplied
with th most cfawee Liq,nors, ines and Be
wlikh will b waited on by experienced snd
attentive barbers, Is w, II fitrvd all with all
furniture appertuiuiug to first ehui liarber
Prices will be ss low as aar other house
of tbe same class, A portion nf the public
patronage is respectfully sol id led.
CLAY ROI1ERT3, Proprietor.
Feb. 29, '6-if.
DRUGS AND DYESTUFFS
S. D. STEWART,
PUBLIC SQUARE, CLARKSVILLE,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Toilet
and Fancy Articles, DycstuffH,
Palut,wlls, Varnishes, Win
slow Glass, Tutty, Brush
es, Pure Wines and
Medicines warranted of the best quality.
All will b avid st th lowest price fur cash.
Special attention given to tb compound
ing of Physicians' psrscriptrons;
8. 11. STEWART.
Feb. 7, 1868-ly -.
C. jV. KOTII, Aff't,
(Successor to J. V. Meblaope V Co.,)
Wholesale & Retail JDealer
IS ALL KIND or
Cut)tclumarie$, Fureign and Domettie
Lxquort, I Tines, Fmit and Null.
Having relumed lo Clarksville for lbs pur
pose of resuming my old occuialiou as Gro
cer, I would solicit from lb cilisens and sur
rounding country a shsre of pstrooa)re.
I will keep a full aswrtinent of eveiy artU
els in iny lis., and am determined to sell al
the lo. est CASU PRICES. Highest prices
I am also Agent fur tb sal of
Wilson Pitt's Celebrated Whiskey t
a. a. noTii, Agtut.
Jan. 26. IBCg-tf.
W. I. SSINGMl'kST, JS.
0. 0 StLfc.
BR1NGHURST & CO.
(Successors to Bailey, Rringkattl A Co.)
Wholesal and Retail
And Dealers In
Virginia Tobaero, Havana
gar, etc., rtr..
Corner Market and Franklin his,
Ws keep couetaotly on baud a large as
STAPLE AND FANCY
wbiih w are dclcrwinrd to sell si tb
LOWEST MARKKT I'RICE,
snd only ask our frirads to tall aud ssamiue
BRINCRVRST A CO
2tl JT, lit tf
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Bridles, Harnesa, Collars and Pat
ent Uridla Bit.
At the old stand of JameaTalt Ctv, oppe-
aitsi tne uourt Uouaa,
I WOULD RratPETTrTJI.tT CA1X TTtJT
attention of mv friends snrf ...,. ma
Kenerally to my stock of IShMi, Har-
workinaiiHlilii and style. I arknowledm nri
., woii, iii point or matsrini.
ijperlor, and which I am determined to
11 as low as the same class of work can 1m
butiKht Iii any market.
, l uav also bought
the Itlifht for Montaomery County, and am
prepared to furnish a
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which combines th principle of all Patant
I lieirk Iteln and other Safety Hits without
any complicated arrangement. It la I lie
only pnrfeot Hate ty lilt ever Introduced.
"uc" "u "i vantage lo tn driver,
ami lie so completely controls the anltnai
that, it Is imposslhlu for it lo run away or
kick) It Itnpartathnbeat poaslhle Mvle.and
s tne best bit for breaking or IraJulns a
horse. This bit will be stuE..i tVriSi i?.iT
dla aeeomnanylng every aet of Bu-gv or
Carrlago Harness sold by me. If desired.
t-aliand examine the stock-JlHTAIl
'111 show you through.
W. LX TANDY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
KNOWN GROCERY STAND, fonntrlr
occupied by Lewi Glass, and known a
tb "House Slaad," would respectfully lu
furu tb trad that hs will keep a
General Stock of Groceries,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WE call th special attention of lUrchsnt
to our stock of 8taple which w are dolor
mined to sell at such profit as will make it
to lbir interest lo (jiv as a call b.1jr going
W will glv special r.ttentlon tn all con- '
signments to oar cars.
W. M. tiJIDI.
HAVING SECURED TUB SOLE AGE!'
CY FOR TIIE SALE Of
Tennessee Charcoal Iroa,
I sm prepared to Gil orders for sll Us of
tbs above Iron, at manufacturer's price. I
also havs a Urge lot W their B Iron, which
1 will sell at I'itlsburg Iron I'rRes ta this
market, which will be found siirior tn
Fittshurg Iron in quality. Liberal diacouts
will b givan tu dealers
W. M. TANDY.
Feb. J, 18C7 tf.
ST. LOUH MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company.
I1AV1XO scceplrd th Local Agency of
the above Company, I tak this mclLod or
informing my friends aud acquaintances gen.
ernlly that I will giv eiecial attention lo
lb Isking of risk and o'herwls represent
lug the iuterest of tbe ab well kuown
It is an linden table fact ibal it Is th duly
of every man lo make soms
PK0VIS10.V FOR UlS FAMILY
(and especially bis "little ones"), in treat
uf hi drain.
Fully convinced of the stabilily of this
Campiiny, and their liberal and etiuitnbla
manner of doing business, I cheerfully rec
ommend an investigation of It diflVrsnt
plaus befur insuring elsewhere.
J. I.. YATES, Loral Agent.
Fxainliilna riivslclnnsi Iln. W. M. Kin-
ley, K. II. Walton, N, I Thvmaa.
0. L. KIUDLLL, Gin. Ag I lur k'ratutky
Quarles A Rice, Attorneys al Law.
II. U. Merrit,
U. U. Kecse, 1'ies t Montgomery Barings
Institute. 8. B. Beat.
W. P. flume. Cashier First Nstloosl Bank.
Helms A Johnson, Merchaal.
Jan. 17, 1868-tf. .
STATE INSUR1NCC COMPANY.
Well Tried and Reliable.
W. J. TIIOMAH...M,
J OM til II NArlil...
OrrlCE Hecond Nntinnal Bank building
tnrst Boor), Cullsge street.
L o o a 1
April 17, l(Ki-tr.
First National Bank,
OF CLAklSVlLH, Till.
Owned by Individual of Ibis city and vkislly
s. r. sssi'SjosT, a to. n. wisnstn,
OKO. W, UILLM1X, . W, MllSaa, VS.,
' 4. U, HOKSsrsuCB.
Issues no Notes of its own.
AVOIDS THAT RISK.
tUCKIVKH DIP0S1TH.BF.ALb 15 IX.
(HIUK. (.0LU AD NILVKBaSD
t.MTKII HT4TKH U0KDM. MKLLs
KI1.IIT I) HOT US KKW
10 Ilk, l.0t IN VI LI E,
I'OLLKCtlO.N'H M.iPK AkS PKOKPTIT
s. r. SKiinoxT, fres't.
W. P. BI NE, lashlcr,
rih. j i, . .
Coal Tar and Coke I
For kale at tke titt YOKM.
c;larliss illc, Tenn