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.- ATM or ADVKRTIHIMU.
One dollar per sitnnr of ten line or Ion.
CLARKHVILLK, FKIIMY, NOV. 18, is.
AIMtOAD TINE TABLC-Tralns
Routh, M a. K. and &.X) r. u. Tralna North
8.10 A. x. and 3.1G r. M.
A CROSS MARK. In future we
will make a crott mark on the mar'
gin of our paprr, a a notification
to all patron uhote timeof tubtcriit
tlon hat expired, took out for the
vroiti mark and renew your tub
tcrlpUont at once.
" CLARKSVILLE CHRONICLE "
: Tha nndorslg'ned, desiring to quit the
publication of their paper, oiler the Clirou
tela printing. material and stock for sale.
The ofnc t wall iiippllnd with type of
avery description, moat of It new, for a
large, paper and every kind of Job work
that In dono in plac of thl slxe. We
havo lb roe presses, one of tliem Dadgcncr
Jobbor, lately purchased.
The Chronicle haa been In existence for a
great many years, tlifl present proprietors
jiavlng had It since OctolHr, 18G7. Ita sub
scription Is equal to moat country papers,
and being the only paper hereof the Ix-in-ocratln
faith, and the town being surroun
ded by a large, rich section of country, we
tlilnk It la one of tha best looatloiui for a
paper lu IhoHtate outiilde of Nushvllloand
Memphis. Any one wIhIiIuk to buy, cau
lenrn term, etc., by addressing
NF.HLF.TT A ORANT.
' " " Onr brethren of tlio promt will confer
' a favor by calling attention to tha above.
PlvlXB StRVK'K. A discourse will be de
livered next Sunday night (the 15th) In the
fhrlttlun church, on tho dlvlnn authority
of tho Christian Religion, by J. K. Mylo,
the regular preacher. Tho publto and e
puclnlly all skeptics are Invited to attend.
The company of U. S. troops that
have been stationed here for several
weeks, are to return to Nashville on
the etonmer Tyrone, Sunday next.
Patknts. In tho list of patents
granted to Southern Inventors, we
notice that our townsman, K. W.
Humphrey, Kq., received oue for a
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Ciianckija)h J. O. Shnvkelford,
'of this elty, has been commissioned
by Ilrownlow a Judge of tlio Su
preme court of this State.
Tim Louisville and Nashville rnll
rotid Company have, It Is said, Just
nogotiateil u lonn for $8,0110,000, to
buy up small tributary' compan es.
Orphan Ahylcm. Wo are ro-
tiuestel by this Isianl of malingers to
Kiiy to all, In lioth town ami country,
that any donations of meat, meul,
.Hour, vegetables, or any nit lei e of
'onsmnpth)it fur fiimlly use, will be
tlinnkfiilly received In Ishulf of the
Orphans of the Asylum. All dona
tions sent to Hilly ltringliurst, at his
grocery, will be properly attemlvd to.
Let not tills aptieul Ik made In vain.
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A matkuu Conckrt. A Concert
will be given at the Railroad Hotel,
in this elty, on Monday evening next.
It is for tho benefit of Cupt. Dyer, a
t'onfedcrutc oHloer who lost Ills eye
sight In tho service. Having assur
ii neea thut his sight ran be restored,
the object of the concert Is to raise
lie menus to defray the expenses to
be Incurred. The concert will lie un
tier the direction of Prof. Herblln and
daughter, assisted by Messrs. IJloeli,
lr. Wright, Cupt. Vulllant, and oth
er amuteurs. We hoe tho citizen
will Uhnrnlly patronize) an object so
worthy of their warmest sympathies.
Vf.rhonal. We met our esteemed
friend, Trot J. W. ItrnT, editor of
tho estorn Itcconler, Ioulsvllle,
Ky., lu the elty a few day since.
His editorial labors seem to be suited
to him, nml we are truly g rati (led to
iiotktrtho great Improvement In Ids
heaMu Success to him and his ex
Iti:v. J. 11, Pi.vmmeii, the preach
rr In charge of the Methodist church,
in this city, for the ensuing year, de
livered bis 11 ist sermon on last Sal
bath. As far as we heard, his sermon
gave geuci'Ml satisfaction, and we be
llevo that both congregation and pas
tor arc pleased. . Mr. Hummer Is an
ntl'slile, refilled elirlsUuu gentleman,
olio calculated to inuko friends out
fide of his denomination.
llev. J. H. Thompson, Mho has
charge of New Providence station
mid South Clarksvllle, preached at
South Claiksvllluehureh lust (Sunday
o diil not have the pleasure of
hearing him, hut understand that the
coiiKrcKatlon who worship there are
well pleased with him.
J. K. BitoAimt'H,
if the firm ..f
11..I.I. .t l..l.l.. 1.., .i.. ,
svsinjrV( lattr Jtlf I I ll IIHI
from New York and hrought with
MiU a Urge, well assorted sts k of
r.u..l.i u-lil,1. 1A l.......l. 4.. ....II ...
.......r. wm-ll ! -
iiiarkably low rates. Jack Whltaker
and lom Muusoii uie the clerks In
this house, and are well known for
their courteous demeanor and prompt
attention to Inisliuws.
Wk learn that our cstccinel friend,
IV H. tlt'NN has taken a situation lu
tlio large wliolcsalo dry givsls house
of JnUewt, )ludseth V Co., No. 10,
North First street, Kvansvllle, Ind
Mr f Iiinii In no nccoimillshcd. ehrls.
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IIHll ut-llliciliuil, im ii inn uriR.
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lie is a loss toouroommunny bia
train to Kvansvllle.
l.AW rlHM. ly ivreri'iice to their
card it will I seen that Hon. (I. A.
lUvuv I...- t.b.,.. ..... ..,.,,.,, rYI..,.,l
ii i. i . . Ti ..i.i.
ii.ii. i,iki,i5,iui,,.u.- !'"'
nun in me prueiice or law. tir sir. , Williamson. Ail the hnuliers are
Henry it Is known every u hero that said to Iw in gssl lieaih und line look
li lu ii...,i.ui ...i ..i.u .i i-U'vw.e iiiur, and tho sisters quitit liainlsome.
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Mr. I.niton is a yoimd mid lah iit.sl,
foil of eu'ergy and lHMcvcriincc...Wi!
i-li lln in s ploicriiU
ftuoU the reports of th Tennowce
Coftferencer we glean the following
Items, which wo glvo In condensed
That commfsiiionera be appointed
by Conference Ut confer with the
friends of the church In this place, for
the purpose of seeing whether 8tew
art College can be bought for the use
and benefit of the Tennessee Confer
ence. The Sunday School report ahows
that there are 403 schools, 381 super
intendents, 2,020 teachers, 18,721
scholars, 84,291 volumes In libraries,
3,208 copies of Visitor taken, and
12,002 80 expended.
The American Bible Society, with
1U 2,032 auxiliaries, printed, during
last year, 1,300,347 volumes of the
Scriptures, and besides selling nearly
a million copies, Its donations amoun
ted to 105,179, worth $33,285,66, of
which 102 volumes wore In raised let
ters for the blind. During last year
005,357 families were visited by dis
tributing agents, 64,707 of which were
found destitute of the Scriptures.
Cocltkr, Moork & Co., dealers In
general Hardware, have a new and
complcto stock. They nro offering
tho Avery Plow as cheap as it can bo
bought In Louisville. Call and examine-
0 krcian Bend. Our friend, Bob
Wooldridge, of tho Arm of Turnley
St Wooldridge, returned from a busi
ness trip to Kentucky yesterday.
Speaking of the rage for the Grecian
Bend In that part of the country,
he says an old lady who was anxious
to have her daughter "up In the
fashions," and not knowing exactly
how the "bend" was made, adopted
the following plan t She procured a
mustard plaster, which she placed
upon the small of her bock to draw
It out, then applied a bandage of ches-
nut burs below the pit of the stomach
to draw that portion of the body In,
and then placed upon her feet a pair
of shoes about an Inch too short, with
tacks in the heels, then placing a
horse radish In the young lady's
mouth to throw tho chin back, she
walked forth in all the pomp and
glory of the most aristocratic Grecian
Dkharges in Bankrcptcv.
The following gentlemen got their
discharges from tho Bankrupt Court
during tho week ending November
Michael Mattll), Montgomery co.
T. D. Smitli, Montgomery county.
James P. Wells, Maury county.
J nines V. Hays, Davidson county.
W. M. Itonan, Davidson county.
Daniel MoAlpin, Williamson co.
Thomas A. Young, Wilson county.
E. S. Biunuiicrt & Co., keep their
patrons posted by advertising. If
you want a Virginia buggy or Bodiey
wagon, call on them, at their shop
on tid street, and bo supplied.
Canned Fruits. We are under
obligations to B. C. Felts, Ksq., fruit
grower, for a couple of cans of his fine
Peachy,. Persons wishing to Indulge
ia such luxuries, can bo supplied by
calling on W. A. Settle.
Drowned. We regret to learn
thut our old friend Duvie Laughren,
of this county, had two valuable
mules drowned at the seven mile
ferry, on Wednesday evening lost
We hear that no blame Is attached to
Tiik Bulletin claims that San Fran
cisco has now a population of 163,000.
One hundred thousand bushels of
peanuts were raised In North Caroli
na tins year.
At least "fifty thousand" men
says me ht. Louis lteputdlcan "true
men, loyal men, good citizens and
mostly tax-payers" have beeu dis-
franchisud in Missouri.
Important I nsliiance Decision.
The New York Court of Ap)eals, the
higliest iudiclal tribunal in theStute,
has (tecideil thut suicide does not
vitiate a life Insurance policy. The
American Mutual Life Insurance
Company refused to pay the widow
of Marcus W. tiihson the sum for
which his life had been insured ls
cause he committed suicide, but the
court rvafllrmed the decision of the
lower courts that the policy must be
paid. The company attempted to
prove thut (Jibsou was an atheist or
lutldel, and therefore that the suicide
wus Intentional, tho deceased not
having tne lear or umi netore mm ;
but the court ruled out this as Irrcl-
event, und held thut in an action to
itHHiver for an insurance upon the
life of tho deceased, it is inconipotent
inquire into his reliKious faith with a
view of iiilltieiiciug tho question
whether, in such case, deatli was oc
casioned iiy an Intent of self-Uostruc
tion or of ueeldent.
TORACCO Cl LTl'RKIxVllKJINIA.
Front information received from the
l'""eipai ioimkvo growing regionsoi
"" """iro.1,1 nu . uriuinn, u,
palnrully apparent that the cultiva
our ureal staple, tohaieo. Is so
rapidly declining thut it will proba
bly he wholly dlscoutlnuisl because of
iilenesM, Home iilantcrs
! in l'ittsvl van
in and Halifaxtsmuties,
Vlnrlnla, and Cuswell, North Caro
Una, who last season iilunted immense
cros of this staple, have realised en
ormous losses on their crops, and will
iilant no more hereafter until it ahull
Msiime less ruinous to do so. Rich
A Family Meanloa After Talrly-aW
Tliitllikti. IVirajiv 11 'I'iinniiu nn,1
fur of ills brothers nvwcd through
the citv on Tiutmlnv i-n route for their
'old homestead in Williamson Coilli -
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tv. where thev wcra to meet four
, " , MiH,(11). from
, whom lliev hud Istm sctstrsUsI fjr lliu
'past thlrtyllvo ywirs. Five of the
brothers are frum 1 lay wood County,
one ftini Johusouvllle, one from Tex-
as ami IWO otvllpV llienlil llomesteiMl.
Olio sister from Arkansas, one from
Kutlrf,,,,!, Ul the ll.il-.! lives ill
,. , , ,,. I I,. Willi,.,. .
,H'tVMlllv ,. wvk. We wish'
t.m tt happy remii.io. -y,nhi lit
" BITS HEWtv
Bine our last report wa hava had qMte
rise in tbe Cumberland, but at present It la
falling alowly with 4 foot oa ahoala.
Friday evening last tha steamer Tlaven
arrived, and contrary to all expectation
paaacd over the ahoala without even using
lighter. She passed down on Monday
night with quits a good trip, adding at thla
place considerable freight.
Another ona of our regular Nashville and
Cairo packets, the Talisman, haa taken her
place In Uia trade, with "Dan Woo, No. 1"
on tha roof, and our old friend, Capt, Ban.
F. Kgsn.ln IheorBce, Hha leaves this place
for Cairo and all points below every Hun
day morning. .
The ateamer Umpire, Ella Hughes and
Alpha laid np at Nashville, wailing for
a rise sufficient to enable them to enter the
In consequence of heavy fogs, tha Tyrone
did not get down until about noon Wednes
day. Bh was detained her uutll o'clock
taking on flour and tobacco.
Tbe Fanny Brandies leaves here every
Retard ay evening tor Evansvllle and all
point on the Ohio, Instead of Friday aa wa
La ted In our last report, and persons wish
ing cheap transportation and quick time,
would do well to patronise the Fanny, aa
she Is bonud to have "the horns.''
The Emm Floyd from Cincinnati Is due
to-day, and will be down almut Monday
noon. She has a live "Ku Klux" In tha
offlcejaml all parties who have freight to
hip, ace It without extra cost.
The A. Baker loaves this morning for
Cairo, Memphis and 8U Louis at t o'clock.
The election of Orant or "soma other ter
rible calamity" baa mads rates on freight
toHoutbern ports advance considerably la
the lost tew days.
On Flour to New Orleans It IsMc per bbl.
OuTobaoeotoH " 18.00 " hhd.
On Flour to Memphis, " 45c " bbl.
Pathmts. The following patents were
granted to southern Inventors for the week
ending October 27, IBM, aa reported by F.
Htlth. solicitor of patents, Kit Williams'
block, Memphis, Tenn
Harvester rake, Phillip Ammerman,
Heeding machine, N. A. flopton and John
8. Clonton Fauquier co., Va.
Dcvloe for sharpening aawa, David Huff
man, Lurny, Va.
Bteum generator, R. W. Humphreys,
Plant protector, J. M. Hunt, Blacks and
Hydraulic press, J. B. Tunstall, Boydton,
Hose eonpllng, TTenry C. Bull and Bam'l
T. Hhelly, Louisville, Ky,
Hitching hose. Tlio. Dorm. Ban Marcos.
Hhovol plow, w . B. Kvana. Bracken coun
iiotnry nienm Kngine, u. w. uooawin,
Hinoke slack for Locomotives. J. A. JustL
Pnisir file, llaruh Ney and Henry Hof
helmer, Alexandria, Va.
cultivator, w. a. Biraiiman, nig l,ick,
Harvester, Mllotul J. Wins, Long Glade,
Enterprihe. A company of Nor
thern capitalists are now building a
stern-wheel steamer at Dover, Stew
art county, on ' the Cumberland. It
will lie the largest ever put afloat up
on the Cumberland, being one foot
longer and otner ways proportionate.
We have been told that the timber
in that section is of the finest quality
for boat-building. The immense for
ests of that section may yet become
a Krcat source of revenue. Instead of
currying timber such great distances
ror ooat-Duiiutng it wouni oe compar
atively cheaper to establish docks
where the timber Is at hand. 1'tctt
Firtt found of Quartrrlu Mcrtimm or the
Clttrksrille Dittrict. Ttotniwe Cinferenr.
Hnlem sto., Nov. 7, 8; Hpringneld sta., Nov.
14,15; Now Providence and South Clarks
vllle stii., 21, 22; Anbury ct., Dee. 6,4; Mont
gomery ct., Doc. 12, l.li I.incport eU, Deo.
19, 20: Antloch ct.. Due. 20,27; Dickson ct.,
Jan. 2, 8; ( Iniksvllle stu., Jan. I), 10; Cedar
Hill sta., Jan. 16, 17; Rod lllvor ct., Jan.
The District -stewards will meet otciarkn
vllle. Immediately after the close of the
morning service. Let all attend.
iu i itAnsov.
GET THE 13 EST !
At the .
LOWEST PRICE !
rPK- MfTT T flAV 0, nTTJTCi
1UU H a UIDJJO
NIL E IV T
Best Sewing Machine in
the World !
AasT la sold at Leas Pries tkaa aajr
other Flrt-'las e wing Jlaeklar.
It Jimi not require but ONE eloth plate for
all sinus in giMHis, anil mat oneuous
not require to be taken otT
to oil the Machine.
It makes lint one at Itch thot one tho
slroitRisit known therefore reiuires
linn iiinrlilitcry and is innre
t'lully lesriml than any
It never "drops" nor "skips" s stitch. It
never gets out of order.
We makes lllsral dlncnunt to Clergymen
una inariiume institutions.
Wenentl It E. I.EK, writing under date ot
January I2in, iana,say8i
mv rlauuktera Aaee Add in opmttinp rt. ma
the WII.COX A UHHS Hrwing Aa.-A On a
ffrrai avorue is my jamuy."
Till statement, It will be observed, I
made iiimhi "experieiK." (Oeueral Lee
nan nau ine initrnine years. j
Call und examine all the different atltches
made by Hawing Machines, at our oflloe.
APA.M 4 CO., Oen. Agents.
Omeo at 1. 11. i'ortor'a Furniture Miore.
tn and Traveling Aguuts wanted,
IWI. i, -SB-lb
On the 8th Inst., bv ltov. I.. J. Crtitcher,
st Onthrle t-ity, Ky., Mr. J, It JAHHAM to
Miss (J. W. UUAST.
kj .. .,. n.w i a cj ..... ..l
Kreneli, Mr. Aaml'RL u7 McIsisaH to Mlns
Maht J. UctUASAM, all of Tennvasee
At I lie realricnoe of her mother. In Tndd
enmity, Ky., on the Mil lt..Mni, Mahia
1. oi'PAUK, nuiignier or in line jaine i
and Maria S. Illck
iiimn ngisl at years aha
II A at HOH SHELBY
Rave an extra Hue lot of PINE FLOORING
I Tke Bsstley Waaa U sold lower Ihsn
',, .r-m.ii .....h.... I,i.l
, the sain class of work baa aver Been sold
In this isuntry before. Holdonlyby
- URINUHCIWT A CO.
Nov. IJ, 'os-lm
Bessiesaksr that the Bodiey Wagon, sold
.by r. a. llrli.anumi a i o., w wr.i.si me
nrt premlniu at the Robertson and Mout
gomery County Fairs.
Nov. !, 't-lin
- w.it ai Tlrvlala gH.f. a
" . ",.
U-m. Mil KU
k. m. iirixohvrt a m,
Nv. It. 'O-lui
War a tk OeiehrwSssl Bsly Wf-
wav aold by E. B. Brlnghamt Oo,, superior
tvany other wagon InasoT Beoauw k
tba beat In WhteUnj.
Nov U, HS-lw '
Ma. KrMdway Sitjle mt Silk ttarfa
vary pretty, for aale, at
M. c. rrrMAN a ix) n,
CAIX AMD KXANIJIB
Our PREMIUM BUUOIEH, LIOHT ROCK-
AWATR. PRINCE ALBERTS, AND
SPRING WAGONS, Including onr "DEM
OCRAT WAGON." Our work Is all HOME
MADE and WARRANTED. Factory Just
aeroaa from Baptist Church. Repairing at
UcKed. - BAKER A BRO.
Oct. S9, IMv.
Cocons Akd Volt. Dromgnola A Co.1
Amygdalln Pectoral la a beautiful, worthy
and aflartual expectorant tor tha various
affections of the throat and lungs ao preva
lent during the winter aeason. It Insunlly
relieves tha pain, cheeks the cough, loosens
the phlegm, causing free and easy expec
toration, and promotes refreshing sleep to
much desired by those who are troubled
with a distressing cough. For ooogha and
colds, bronchitis, pneumonia, noarsenets.
naln In tho aide, croup, hooplngcougn, c,
no family should fall to procure It. One
I rule dose frequently checks a troublesome
cough. Being prepared by physicians of
long and extensive experience, to purine
have no hesitancy in using this remeiiy at
one. He advertisement headed ''Great
For sale by Thoma Finley.
No.x 6, ISeS-tw
1IIDEM-Cash paid for Hides, at Her
man's Clothing Store, Franklin street.
Hie Baalacaa Malta can be had at
TWELVE DOLLARS a suit at R, F McCul-
loch's Clothing Store.
Oct. 33, 'Mw.
NO CVBE, MO PAT I
For f 110 00, 1 will furnish the lightest ron-
nlng two-horse wagon, with body and side
boards, In use. They are manufactured of
well seasoned material, well Ironed, and
warranted lor twelve monlhsor the money
refunded to the satisfaction of the purcha
ser. Call at Sam Brockman's Repository,
and examine twenty-Are, Just received.
October 18, 186S-8mo
Bnws ltahlla Mlxtar, mm
n arr la Casalassr !, at twenty dol
lars a suit, at R. E. Mcculloch's Clothing
Store. Oct. XI, 'M-iw.
Catr Beaver Sack aad Troeks,
black, dahlia and brown colors, at all prices
from lowest to highest, at R. E. McCulloch's
Clothing Store. Oct. 53, '68-tf.
Kstra ria Vmuala Beaver Over
t'aato,blsek, dahlia and brown colors, very
cheap, at K. E. McCulloch's CiothlngStore.
Alesaader's Hid fllvand the cele
brated PANTALOON DRAWERS are sold UW-
K at McCulloch's Clothing Store than
Oct. 23, '08-4w.
A large and very superior stock of mens'
underwear la now on exhibition, and for
sale at low price at McCulloch's Clothing
Store. Oct. 23, 8-tw,
An elegant assortment of linen bosom,
fall bosom and negllgoa shirts at McCul
loch's Clothing Store, and will be sold
cheaper than the material In them can be
bought In this elty.
Oct. 23, 'otMw.
A large assortment of Hats and (tips.
Cane, Umbrella and Notion at McCul
loch's Clothing Btore. I Oct. Zt, '8-4w.
Notice to Wholesale Dealers. If you
want goods as cheap as thoy can be bought
In any market thlssldo of New York, call
on Wni. Broaddni Co., where you will
And a good Mock as low as the lowest.
Hep IS, ISSS-tf
TVm't forget to go and look at that twelve
dollar suit at McCulloch's Clothing store.
Oct. 23, 88-4 w.
For tbe rail aad Wtatrr Trad.
J. M. Rick has Just returned from the East
with a slondid atock of Fall and Winter
Goods, bought for cash, which we are oflcr
lug very low. Cull and see us.
VM. MtOADDCS CO.
Mept 18, 1808-tf
When you wantsomethlng really elegant
In the way of a glove, neck tie, collar, sus
penders, undershirt or handkerchief, go to
McCulloch's Clothing Htoro and you will
And It. (Oct,23,0s-lw
The Itedley Woraa-U making for It
self the best reputation of any work aver
sold in tlilscouatry. We refer the public to
those who are using this work, Including
some of ths oldest teamsters in the elty and
surrounding country. Ml tm las Ng-afast
raMBia as. Mode In Wheeling,
Virginia, toourorder. Call and examine It,
at B. 8. Bbimouubst A Co'.
8ept 11, I(M8-tf.
A very superior lot of casslmere, cloth,
Ilk, doeskin and silk velvet Vests, at Mo
cuuocn-s Clothing Btore, at exceedingly
low prices. (Oot SS, S-iw
Sla Care Jf a Pay. Forrest' JunlncrTer
Is warranted to cure Cough, Cold, Hoarse
nesa, Croup, Throat and Lung Diseases, or
the price positively refunded. Instantane
ous relief produced. Try It; If not sat!s
rlod, return the empty bottle and get your
money bock. Fries, Si cents per bottle.
Bold wholesale and retail, by
Sept. lllh tSSta.
Thread, eoalinere,eulf, bnck-dcln, and ot
ter Uloves and Qauntlets, In great variety
at liS-ullM k'a Clothing Htoro.
Oct. ti, JMw.
WIIATN OrTT-Why nuniberl.ia old
rope clothes lines, rolling In this damp
weather. Now there la no rsanon for this
nor (allow us to aay) no senae In It, when
you can, for avery small sum, procure a
W II IT K Wlgg I'UTHIM UXE that
will lost you as Imig aa you live, and will
prove the greatvat eouvuulctice you ever
'J'hey will not rust.
They will not dirty the clothes.
Ths clothes will not frwss to them,
in short they are the very thing.
Vie warrant all this. Call and buy one
at I', II. MOItKIMOK ft ( O H.
AgenU fur the inanuluetiirers.
Msy 2i, isss-u
Kitra sis enats, penla and veau can et
ways be ho4l at MoCalloch's llothlug Htoro.
I.S!I. XI, US-IW,
steer I Beef 1 1 Not the same bevf of the
fiiclcntanrtchmau, liuuk.but real nleseutl
rom ths wull fattsd buaf sallle of modern
1 1 una, kept lor sals at tho ctly market-
liouw, luuiuir known as vulrkee euop), sv
! .-. .,. ... .K. n iw. f uu wiu M
market call at my atoll and suanlr vear-
aclves with aoaieiuing that will do to cAuu
. , Tom MiMmn.
Ai ril .'. I ly.
Citizens of Moatgomerj and
&ft. II4VK OPENED OtTR KKW IM
TT portatlon of a beautiful and elegant
I1TESS GOODS !
Flannels, Blankets, Table
" Linens, tc.
Our Stock of Ladles' and
Gents' Shoes and Boots
Is larger than ever before, mode of the best
m.U.I.I ,. 1 ll
H pedal attention has been paid to our
large assortment or
HATS, CAPS, TRUNK'S, SHIRTS,
- Ete. Etc.
Also, a lot of BAnDLKM offered at rnann
factarrr' cost, either separat or for tbe
Tn mnntsr merchants, we offer our stock
for CJtaM m low as any house this side of
New York. ouy irom ins nm isnao
llshmenu In ikrston and New York, for
ttsTSWonlv. and rsasess advantagea which
enable as to subsiani.'at tbs motto, "Live
and let live." . .
Our kind palrone will always find polite
salesmen, and receive prompt attention.
All ara Invited. Our saUsunuU are Was.
Pss Dswssa, A. Blaaa, and Batsrrt
A, M. FINK luperlntends our branch at
uuvune v-ny, ay.
October Is, IStM-tf
BOOTSAND SHOES i
The stock is full, and will
be kept largely replenished
throughout the entire win
ter season with the best
the Boston market affords.
Where to buy a cheap I
well as a good Shoe is an
item worth considering.
Please call and examine
; (OUTER, HUM 4 (fl'S.
Nov. , 1868-tf. '
-tir K HAVE BOLD OUT OUR STOCK OF
sv m,i. Ia iiHMn KAitn Hrooiitiua
the firm of Cnnru A Ileaumont is dlMolved
by inutusl eonaont, Tnanatui ror ine pai
ronaffe extended to ua. we conllallv reoom-
mend the new Arm to our friends and the
Jl. w . . . l in,
anrkuville, Oct.,16, lSUMw
HA VI NO FfttCHAaED THE BTOCK
nf lrv Onoda. Ae.. of Meaars. Courts a
neiinmoiit, ws will continue thebuslnessat
uteir oiu atana, unuer ine siy is ui
It will be our aim to aell our snorts s low
as any houae In Clarkavill or surruuudlug
ouuutry, sua at
Out terms ar
A fter long experience, w believe this to
the liitereidor buyer and seller, therefore
hope our ciiatoinera will Hot ask us lodttvl-
ate from theae n-gulallona, oa It will save
us ne uupieasaut liecesaity 01 rviuaei,
Onr Mr. Itroaddus Will start tn New York
In a few iluya to reilleulah ths Block.
We are now oOei lug th
11 ED ICED PBICfsS,
and feelow thsis
to inak room (or nw good
JOS. M. ROBB,
i. v rtrtMAXirv",
ott. I". ' if,
I. A- tOwKBSt
AKIN & ROGERS,
WH0LES4LE AliD DETAIL
x hnULKKUlJ STREET,
Clarkllle - Tenn.
TtTE . WOULD ' RE8PECTFVLLT tU-
farm the paella that w are aow reeelvlhg
and opening a fall and compute stock of
STAPLE JLltD FAUtT GROCERIES!
,Kr Of Ererj Detcrlptlon, -
, . . -
To which w Invite the erpvelaf attention
of the ettlaan of Clarkivflhr and stir-
rounding country. ' ' ' ' '
We will make It to your Id'
lerest to trade with ns.
W kvep on hand the
Best Brands of Floor
And will deliver It and any other Grocer
ies in any part of the city.
Ar Invited to call and examine ourtock
and prices. W ea and will make It
to your Interest to purchase In this market.
We ar determined to build np a jobbing
We will barter or pay cash for
Ml kinds ofCeaatry Preface
uch aa Baoon, Lard, Butter, Eggs, Olnseng,
Onion, Potatoes, Beeswax, Hides, Tallow,
eta, etc., etc .
Mr. Barn nsltk. Salesman.
, AKIN & ROGERS.
October 23, ltMS-tf. '
PUBS t-.FURB ! X
JUBT RECEIVED. A FINE LOT OF
Fun, for sole low, by
WM. W. VALLIANT.
I am now receiving a lotof very Bne Lest
ins tiiiareas Ualierm
.nsllnc rollsk noelai HM BStlSS
Oaller, Ac., for ladlea and mimes;
gent s ciiitoni-maue atiicnea air assuu
snd a prime kit of heavy Beeta aad
Bkoea, direct from the manufacturers. For
sale, at tba lowest poaalblo prleea, by
W. W. VALLIANT.
Kirby A Achey vs. Archer Bobett.
ARCHKR BOBETT IB HEREBY WOTI
Aod that a ault bv orlslnnl attachment
waa commenced agslnnt nlm before me, ..
Binllb, an acting Justiosnf the Feace fur
Monigoraery county; in insirici jo. s, ny
Klrby A Acficy esuae staled In affidavit,
that ho had removed out of the Hlate. He
Is required to attend at my offlne on tlio
Uth day of November, ISHs, and defend the
action thus commenced: otherwise, the
cause will be proceeded with ex narte.
wiven unaer my nana, mis ins sin nsy 01
October, 1SUS. Z. SMITH, J. 1
uotoDer is, lass-tw
Regular Evansvllle and Kashvlllc
II. MIM.KR, Master. Kitt ItCDD, Clerk.
Iaves Evanavllle every Wed
JaneMlKr evening at s'eliM-k.
afcaaMaaMfc Isiavea Nsah vil le every Hatunlsy
at lii o'clock, si. For freight orpaasage, ap
ply to F. P. GUACEY BRO., Ag'ta.
Nov. S, flo-lm
Commissioner's Sale of Tslna
A. B. Maxey and wife vs. Cordulla Bailey,
1)URUANT to a decree of tbe County
I tVturt of Montgomery Counuy. at the
i.uvvniwr i , imm, . win. uu Munu.,.
the 7th of December, IMS, oni'r for sale, at
the eourt-nouaa aoor in i-israsviiin, ine
bouae and lot on tbe corner of Main and
Mcventh streets, belonging to the estate of
Airs, assry jianey, uec a. j ne nouae ia a
good una story brirk and frame, containing
six or neven rooms.
Tskms. The purchsse money to be paid
In four equal payments, due lu , IS, 1 snd
34 months; note with good security re
quired, bearing interest from dste, snd a
lien retained to soour ths payment of ths
1'ETEH ONEA1., Clerk and Com.
Nov. , 't)S-tw-adv. A bllla til.
J, It. tJOLLAUAA-H
GIFT ENTERPRISE !
L01 ISYILLE, KY., NOV. S3, 'C8.
7,000 TICKET AMD gVgkY OMB A PatEK t KO
Tlrkets rah be had atW. Kcott Olore's
UlokaKire, lmlavlllc, snd at my Hookatore
lu llowilns Uraeu, and from Kxmi aguuis
tliroiigliout the country, or is aisll, enWo-
sing Sl.uu lora single tlekul, or 90iO ror sis,
New and Splendid list of Premiums
Among which are
fVM lu sreenlsu-ka,. ..........'ifi
FineTtkUive I'lano. . bt
He! Oak, waluul trimmed r urlilture,.- ItO
IjwIIi' Wslcb and I'buln ln
Hull of t'lothaa, made to onlur,....-... SS
Hilk velvet cloak Hid
ti. nl hub ureas uaiutrn,....
rlh Poplin Ii
In,. a.t Mink Furs...., e
3 Wheeler A WUaon hewing Mac blues,
Mi. wia ana aaj.
Klileset Bussy llarneas to
Full yullied HhaOurBaddle M
(tllVer UUVltr Wlkll,,.M-.M.MWWMMHllM.-, 60
Itliie Ullk Iresa.i.Mu,..e..,iii.tiii.t.i...i 60
Het Irvlug's W orks....,.....i..u..i.....ii Ml
Kin Muaia lieB aiii..iwawi.j,M. n
I Ine Rids n0
ltiMMwoiid Guitar. ....... ...... 3m
Fine VWilln .i..i.M,..to.Mi.i..M..u.-..Hu..H !)
Wavarly Novels ., ,
10 ins tlilnohilla OverttHOa, Ui sscb.
Ju pslr UloukuU, tlluach...; bo
Aud a large numbwr Of other prtsaa, non
Siallug of books, Ly Ouoils, Jt-Weliy.Ao,
Tlrkets at ISMighnrtyw Hook mors gad at
Vaugtiaa A Wright' dsddler Shop.
The above I'riaraaMI he
rl.ri liull, Monday. vt;u
' J 8 'S Jl
no iiooDdt mm
Bodley'tf Virginia. Wagon
WM 1 ar4l tk ,-
HontgenierT and Robertson
At the Latter, after SPIRITED
CiAU. AT OCR" RfcpoHlToftV AttVtX
j amine them befevs miachssrmt elite-
where, and If we dr nnf. astlufy yen that
the Ileal la th CferacaS We WiH I
Mb A It hirar
W sae keep on hand Frntsj A TUvtlefa
Virginia iiukkiisi oi nil styles, snanenann
prion, and warraat afl wer-k aalsl My
as as far mm aa naalbie aartlea
ia Ike fcan.IW.aa, osmI sire perfectly willing
tnai the ssbtia howl
course In the vast and deal with us accord-
for ths fiodfee w0tt the Frolie
A Kodley buggy, and We will smrw you
WfWk anon wblefi We Will stake f he fcnuta
tion of the eldest ksfslaeas fcaasae- IM
E. S. RRlNfini'RST k CO.,
Oct. 2S, 1888-ly
1M0S, BROS. 4 fO.,
Brushes of all kinds,
Dye Stuffs, m
Domestio Liquid Dyes,
And all articles neeos
sary or useful in the Siok
W g fecfltlnrf fresh Wpblie, rvery
week, and prepared to furnliU any qiian-l
title tbe market may Osmond,
AT TEST LOW PUCES.
W call the attention of Contractor
Builderi and Painters, to our large stock off
WHITE LE AU,
snd Window Olata, and alt article In tbe
wsy of Painters' material, which we are
elUag at a bbsll advance oa manou-
fsctnreri' price. Orders from phyeiclsnal
promptly nlled, at tbe sign of the "MM
Augiut 10, 1887-tf. .. ,
BOOTS AND SHOES
WL1. 1'. VALLIANT.
HATS and CAPO
WM. W. VALLIANT.
SHIRTS AND UKAWERS!
WM W VALLIANT.
tfM. W. VALLIANT IH NOW Rtt
eMlvlnv. dlreefl frfim the beat inanufSc,
torles In the Culled Mates, tbe best stock of
Doota, Shoes, iSc.
he has ever ofTored the public. Fjpecla1 at-
tentlon has been given
wn slven to tbeoualltr or the
ootla, and helsfullyoimndiintlbataatufae-
lion will be
elven In ll
none aball be rhea
1 hoVs thU season inadd a specialty ltt
khd mvlt all skamlnstlsn of my stock.
my stoca oi
FtJRNISHINQ GOODS .
Is full. I have a very line slock of
GENTS' LINEN BOSOM SM&TS,
cheaper than tha market,
A ei&ll frtini hnvemia rtn
A call from buyer, la respect fully solicited
before making their pllrC
W. W. VALLIANT.
Bcpt 11, l86S-2m.
JSSOV7 Gtorc I
-lirorLf) RrPWTFi;LLI.t I!r07lM!
the elllaeiiaofilarkavlllHaiid vlciol
ly, that he bos Just opcued.al tha old
" BH0ADDIS 8T0Bni0V6E,'
An entirely new and fresh slock of goods
eoiisialiug Of '
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes,
lUfS AND NOTIONS.
T.'hleb will be sold to ths trad as rheap ss
lb ay ran as bought aaywaet la th atals.
MR, WM, "BALTHR0P,
A ysatleatsa well and favorably known to
Ibe people of this and artiolotiis ciBBtlea.
baa be. employed, aad Would 1st plaaial
to saa bis old frtsada and customor.
I'erauna earning to Uarksvtlla wtth the
view of buying gooda, would da wail to cell
and esamlna mv aix k.sa f neul aaUaoed I
nan give kstfelaclluu la priOHi.
, .. W. W. titpt.Br.
tUi.rtl.:, Ta.,t t , u
O It 1 J TP
ffllfr'flF. fnrXHW-TONH Altf.' fllK
nsmie or many yearn of latMirloiia fliMy
1 slonahedntaeiixiHtMeMee in the Mast il
aad West, sad arom tbs goldea ttpialoa
tbey have Won n-oei the adli-al prerea-
hirr, the pre and lire mrtc, and the Uh-pren-deiHnd
deaisnd ant awiversnl sans
factto givers, chef have Imavedtately b
atesTlraara r tae At
Briag etared tf ,he awdlesi prnsaa-
vevted of all sesreey, physl
dsns In sll dlreelloite are
rn their praotlce with the at eel egtlsfueTory
The edit or of the CM umbos 11 DenllK
"We have had oreaalon fo os several of
the aire Wiaara rrrartfsBa In
OWr firmHy, ami la ever)- laatoace tkey gave
the'lVchiphui dally Appenf any f
"The superior! I. v of the Ureal aftlr
era lreparalona la soknowleilireil by
all w1i have teeted beiu, anu we cne'r
fully recommend thein to our friend
throughout the eeirtr"
The Mecrtphla rubtlo ldgetaaysl
The Wrrat Maatker Preaaretleae
STe urnareil snd ollereil by slnuiu-li l'liyal-
Hnns ot ear etty, whom we knowi thetf-
Httllleniee give eaiwviliviioa, aire wv riir-r-fully
recviniueasl tlteia a Ko. 1 Family
The BraerdaR (Miss.) tieptibllrcr) ny .
Tlie Ureal ftaatfcera PreaartlM
are arrnared by emlnuut nhystclaa aua
ell woll la our aJdt,"
your sick wire
Is rapidly sinking to an early Brave. Her
eyes are growing dim arid hvr rbeslts are
nemniinn peie: ner prrwmni riinrnia um
hiding, and she Is lesslslkatlvo) her lirr!s
frame Is feeble, euiacluu.'d aud nervosa:
the leoel eSerelHe esnees short brestliing
and a pelpllallna heart I ahe has a appe
tite. Iter head oelies. ker feet and hwrwU are
constantly cold: sim Ir mllm, aerveas
aad every thing mile lo give rcllufc
Do yoo know What' th mailer with
Who Is thns afflicted f Ak her If sh I
troubled with any eornplntnt necttllar tn
ner nex. itaa eer ii soe ia iroaoH'e wiin
K infill, siipiiruwad er Irregular Monthly
rlotlnj Ifabe bos 4nctrrboes or Will tea,
fhlnrnala or Oreen Hick new, Felling of the
Womb, or any of those dlmtnma Med set -d
by Irregular action of the Wuiub. . , ,
English Female Bitters!
Will lffttnnllntelv arbhieatid raatore luir ta
PhBteians all over the eaantnr are de
lighted with the elleets or II. We hold
hundreds of letters similar to tho follow
Extract from th Jiacon (Miss.) ttoaeon.
"From th trhpreeecented anle and de.
hian d for the EaglUli Feaaale MMeeo
here, and the entire aiitlKfaeilon slven. wa
earneatly recommend them to all vt our
Mr. r. a Sinclair, of DeKalb, Mis., ssyt t
Thrne of our fhyalelsns are aalng your
Remedies In their practice, one of whom
says there Is no UUirlue Tonic equal la
your Eagllsk Feaaal Bills rs.
Messrs. Cnrpenter A Co., of HasUihurst,
Miss., March, 168, aay i
"The aale nfyonr Kngllsk Fesnale Bit
tare Is wondrtrful. Heud t' doavu by UA
prtS, C. O. IJ."
Rlaon A Nesl, of Hunuvllle Ala., March,
18s,aayi . ,
"Please forward by express sla doaen
Xvagllaki Female Bitters."
Th Cngllah Female Hitters Is aecnratoly
Snd beautifully put up lu largo butties, at
f2.60 per bottle, or Ihrco hottli for tn.UA
ona bottle laatlng iilxmt two weeks. Ship
ped to ail purls of the country on receipt
of pries. Hold by sll ilriiKKlat.
J. I'. IiltOMUiMll.K CO.,
. Proprietor;, Mumjlila, Tvuuessoo.
By cleaning the Riomarh, aronalng the
Liver, carrying off all bilious mntler,aud
acting as a powerful anti-perlodlc, Utu
KING OF CHILLS.
At one dollar per bottle. Is, to-day, tha
boasted blyslclitns' combination for the
cure of an form of Chills and Fever, Neu
ralgia, I'alu and Aching of the Bones and
Joints, Hun l'sln, and all those coiuulaiuut
of a nikliirloiiHiinturo,
It never em-cts the head, nr herres, enn
be administered to Infanta, and 1 superior
iu quiaui. wr uiuw uswaan,
rARMBM ARB PLAXTEM
All nver thnsnurilrS' ere havlne tha ttlMsT
Of ('kills for fuuiily uau, and are delighted
with lueilitets. If you do not wlah your
Chills to return, this Is the remedy. It I
prepared by pbyalcluns who have much
experience In the treatment Of malarious
dlecajiea, and. as this remedy never falls in
Crlvaln practlua. It Is conndentiy reeom
lendeil as a standard preparation.
Put up In largo bottlea al II.UO, or si bot
tles for SfHUO. Mi-nt to all Hirts of the coun
try on reoelut of price. Mold by all drug-
tf. r im nnn m hi,,
rroprifftora, Muuiphl-ii Xvttiiv-wvg
Have You a Cough ? '
I7ae Aniygdslln Pectoral,
a you any dlsroaH tif tliuLiiugst
In AlimH.ll IWI.
It av you Pleurisy or llroncli I UiaT
l'w Auiygdulln Pectoral.
Hav yod CroUp or I looping 'oiigh f
, Cao Aiuygdallu l'cctoral.
Th prettiest snd beat t 'ougli
. ... I A my
Tha mothera menu Couuti Kvruu
la Amygdalln Pectoral.
Th children' mvoiite
is Amygdalln i'uoturaU
For family has, as a powerful exneetmaat,
eoalng palu sua cauaiug sleep, It aas uu
Vrlcs, ll.TO. Bold by all druggists.
' J. P. DltOMOOOI.R CO.,
rrbprlslors, Meiuphls, Tvuuessve.
STOP, OLD MA.IV!
. Vou need not Brunt Shr lenser. Tmi ean
lie cured right away, Your Kidney a and
bladder bsva been anaorlna you long
EITliCT BKlklEMI 150 1C(IH
Will edrS ftu of all that sufrcrlng. It will
rellevtt you of Urinary d ,ioila, freiueiit
desire and Inability fo iVlnsts, Orsvel.
i.oaiK iwicti f.i. an aula-
Pfd tr all ittrt of tha eountry on receipt
r-loe, kluld by all druggists.
J. P. DROMGOOLP: A CO..
Troprlelors, Memphis, Tennessee,
eajnlre Ik fse ml ear
Constitutional ZKIonaxcb I
Which pnrtltse the Hlnod. eares rVrnrnla,
kiu l1a'ea. tllsnnlor Mwellings, n pol
lute A hei-itona, old fleers sod kua. Uoila.
etc The Monarch Is snmixauil of IHllllu-
81s, aaraaporills. Iodide of I'olaali, wbl b
re oflk wra Uvlgus the world oi ar to be the
beet blood rurlDer knowu.
I'rlsa, large bottles, IU.
J.P. DROMG00LE &C0.,
Per aete ay Taaa.
ieuh vrvpmr. raia H in tfcsea,
IrtblU of UlalMUlon ot early
idanled U old :t youns. msle or
rrice a1 a
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