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Plaritlas; aT'TIa m rrnlt
Now liittre tlL attend to tlie
taiportant matter tt planting vine
knd- fralt trees, a Correspondent of
ho Rural World aaya t
The folftq6- vinos are now nearly
acnu ; otvappien 10 may be removed
dJrUken iih v.ne." Soma IRON, GOTS, CUTLERY,
think that If ri nlnnt K. rl, W 'I vfw.xjj
a YaMM If In A. 11 nl..ttHAi
till w tuko
beneft of firff planting I only Cor br
expectod by Oeinir done la October or
November. While the argnmenta
that arbjetfrom Uie Question of leisure.
Hie ewn1M4s of the son,, uie ennot-
FOX; & SMITH, GEE AT EXCITEHEHT
I , k
eMepiio e fuu. WAGON TIMBERS, &C,
rata. .). la ul wex at Kaawl '
r- r f i f
SIGN OF BIQ PADLOCK,
Hon of tUsrpiairts, are all in favor of
piantinf sun, muen care ana judg
ment are "necessary In regard to soil
and other circumstance's. Attention
must bo Riven to the making of the
hole. W must see that deep holes
are not dug, so ae to hold water and
have the roots standing in miniature
ponds all winter. In planting, cut
the broken roots' olr clean with a
sharp knife: Trim the head In a
symmetrical manner, and raise the
soil to the stem of ihe treeso an to
steady it against the wind ; the soil
to be removed in the spring. With
Tines wo operate In a similar manner,
covering the cane, when cut off to
the propor height, with three or four
Inches of earth. If, Instead of mak
Inn holes for either trees or vines, a
plow and sttb-soiler cant be- ruo in1
Airrows. back and' forward to the
proper depth, first the one way, then
the other, and the plant set at the an
trie, it will, in many coses, avoid the
danger of water resting around the
rooty am well as le more expeditiously
rterformeil. All - our uiarsta suffer
much by being planted too late in the
spring, the summer drouth, operating
before the tree has formed the root-
The . Horticulture says that In
planting this fall, all should remem-
lier that It is requisite to set the tree
5.S erouni TOOLS AND MATERIAL
it so as to protect It from lieavlng on
the winter's frost, and as soon as
sirlne opens, and the around is lev
eled clown, the root will start and
seek their appropriate ctaptlw If we
nig a deep hole:- espwlully in hard'
cluy soli, and fill it with good loam,
aim set our tree therein, we nrst in
vite the water there as Into a cistern.
and second, wo cause a vigorous
growth of roots until they resell the
undisturbed clay, when a check is at
onee perceptible : and often an orch
ard stumls from five to seven, yean
without nppajrerwiy nraKing any pro
cress. Kcmcmbcr. then, and plant
your trees just so deep as to cover the
roots, but no more: then earth up
for a winter protection against frost
for the first year, and dress down
gtrr to a level In thosprlug.
I The Effect Felt in
TTAVINOMACE I.ATtOK AlMMTfOTTN I
J 1 to on r Mock, we take grout pleaaur I n I
nxKliiKOur friends and tho public generally
to can nnu examine auou ana price.
uui nvuca oi
Farmer s Hardware
U tall such as ' ,
and oil other Implement used on the form. I
uur BlUVK UI
BLACKSMITHS' CARPENTERS, COOP
ERS' AXD SIIOEMAKERS'
HELMS & JOHNSON
Croitp. Wring a linen cloth cot
ton will do. but linen is preferable-
out of cold1 water, foid.lt sows tonruke
several thicknesses, andplaco it upon
the child's throat and chest, then fold
a dry flannel and wrap carefully over,
it. Wurin the child's feet with hot
at on oa if necessary, and cover with
plenty of bed clothes and let It goto
sleep; you cannot perceive when It
wakes that it has even a - cold. It
nets like a charm.
18 LARGE AND COMPLETE.
We keep all slses of
Used by Wagon and Plow Makers.
Doable and Single Snot Guns,
Rifles, Pistols, Powder, Shot
Caps; Wood and Willow
Ware, Children's Wag
ons, Carts, Ac, Table
and Pocket Cutlery
llorse and Scrub
W rfnn in
New .Establishment 1
AVISO POCOJITOTJT JJTBftOtnER,
WIU, 1 wuuio iniorm me punnc
will curry on Uie bunlnnaattliviiauie
Cor. Strawberry lllfj f if Cross.
niivina mv ml a u a rutKen and hit
forte, not that of Itonelnon but a Urocora,
my chief pride and ambition will uencv-
lortn ue to
take the Best Bread!
Keep the Best Stock of Groceries I
lad sell them Cheaper than any
house In the City t
Oct. j w-iy
FALLV AND WINTER,
TolfrfX Wahts. The following
is i sai.i never to foil, if properly ap- Leather, Saddlerj Hard ware &c.
plied: Make a strong steep, from red I
oaK oaru, in no water : wnen com, A- - tvrm
better. In a few days the' wart will
PriiAMiiLEf) Ka'avr. Vat a teas'
iHtonftil of milk on to boilrput Irra
iteaeo of butter the size of a walnut;
halt and dredge In a little flour; havo
three egg well beaten and stir then
in quickly when It bolls; stir till it is
thickened, not curdled it is much Im
proved by belngturncd over buttered
toast lu a ueep Ulan.
Hct'KF in tiikHead. The follow
ing ointment must be used : I jtrd,
two ounces; sulphurlo acid, diluted.
two dradims. Ilnb them together
and annnlnt the head onee a day. To
rnHtnrit ihu nkln tn n. lioiLlthv nnmll-
lion, proper nsedicinesiioulii'be taken
a snort time.
Nothwithjlandinff the political state of
the country, we are receiviog and opeulng
ths largest stock of
Staple and Fancy
we bare ertr brought to tbli market. Our
stock will, in a very short time, be fall sod
complete, and consist in part of the follow-
I ing articles :
FANCY AND BLACK SILKS,
Poplins, Alpaccas, Be
rages, and all new
. styles of Fanej Dress ..
Plain, striped and
(Totted Swiss; Jacko
nets, Cambrics, Mull
and Nansook Musi 1m,
Jlafn and striped; Lin
en Sheetings, Irish,
Linen, Napkins, Tow
els, Table Linen, ete.
This honm will eontlnne. heretofore,
to be thn lrt donli'r In Family Flour In
linrkvll)e. The ehole brandn nf thin will
Im alwayekepton lianu ana prlcaa as low
at tne niiiin. in
THE LIQUOR DEPARTMENT
mf I can beat anybody I
Havlnn on hand the oldest, beat, bla
gmt and mnat complete mora or Hrmnul,
anywhere. Hoinu of tnme were bouaht be
ftirA thn war. and I have Nome of the Iden
tical baveraim that made King David, of
IiIwumhI memory, cut euch fantafttlo capen
Iwfore high ileaveu and the daughter of
In the Bakery Department
I promlM to take the alilna off of every
omer concern of ine Kina in L.iaraiviu
both In tha auperiority of mr Uread an
Cake and tholr prompt delivery In the
hlRhoat etylo or art, both aa to condition
and transportation, at the doora of my cus
tomer, rartlea aud Wedding can be sun-
plied on the uortct notice,
CAERIAGE, BIGGI AND WAGON REPOSITORY,
Franklin Street, CLAKESVILLE, TENN,
' I Would call fits attention of mr friend and tha mrolle In mv larsre stork of RninrV.
Carriage and Wagon work now on band, direct from tha factories of lltubry, Little k Co.
nu c. itaye, ijo w heeling, Va, embracing all tbelr vtrlons styles, from We finest
rnreion to a Skeleton sulky, Including tbeir celebrated 5fW Style Frlnf e Albert ram
III BuetTT. which for comfort, ease and convenience, stand at tha heed of all Btnririea.
and their Steel tire Light work, for young men, fast driving, ete. I challenge the Buggy
worm lor us superior. .
In reference to workmnnshtn. stvle. euarantee. etc. f will eav that f riava. dnrtne the
laat sixteen years, sold in Konthem Kentucky and this State, over three hundred job of
w wor,, ana to inose WHO have booeht and nied tL Inrliidincr the 1 verr men or thti
city, I would refer you, beine williou that the work shall answer for Itself. With this
anaerstanaiog, ir you or your friends should buy any of this work, and by fair usage it
fail te give satisfaction, you will confer a special favor on the manafsctaTerS by calling on
me and baring it repaired by Baker k Bro., of this city, at their expense, or permit me to
BKruKD TOO MOKIT OHTIt, TOO BATlirilD,
Price as low as any first-class work In any western city.
- Sola A rent foe Rnnthern Kentnrkr and Middle Tenneaiee.
P. 8. -I would caution mv frionds and th public against neddlere and Irreenonsible
panics claiming 10 sell tun work, l ae manulacturors have but one agency for Month
Kentucky and Middle Tennessee. Jan. S1-1V.
CLARKSVILLE, : TENN.
Banking Institution, Incorporated
dj act or tne i,rj:iHiainre or
Tenuessee in Decern '
. ber.1807. ,
Will be opened for bnsiness on the 15th of
January, 1868, in the building West side of
the Public Square, on door North of the
t lrst National (tank, Ularksvllle, Tenn.
This Bank will deal In Foreign and Do
mestic Bills of Exchange. Gold and Silver
Bullion, receive deposit, and do a general
Banking business. - - -
u. u. kkkssb, President.
J. E. Buoaddcs, Cashier. .
Jan. 10, 18C8-U
THE IIIOnEST MARKET PRICE PAID
IN CASH, FOB COUNTRY PRODUCE.
' Brenthea there n man with sonl o dead
Who never to himself hath aald
Weill' t ho beat and cheapest house in tow n
ir auch there be, go mark him Weft,
For him no minstrel' rapture swell."
. A- WEILL,
Clarksvlllo, April 17, 188.
eeeipta) for folarln;.
The following valuable receipts for
otilorfrrg we py from Oodey's La-
ly's Book, and hope some of otir lady
readers will give these a thorough
to UYK UI.ACK. itusty nans or
any rusty Iron, bollod In vim-car.
with a small bit of copperas, makes a
it in a puilful
fK Cotton Nankf.en. Boil Gentlemeu'a FurniBhing Goods,
uilful of lye, with a piece of I
cipieriis nair as ihh lien's cue. Tins
will color a line nankeen color which I
will never vash out: very tiseftrtforl
the Uningsof betl qnllU, comforts, etc.
We have a large lot of
IBBOWN AD BLE1CHED MULIX8J
Bought Before the Rise;
10-4 and 11-4 Breached
and 3rown Sheetings; 4, 5
and C-4 Pillow Muslin;
Irish Liiiens, 4, 5 and 6-4
wide ; Dress Trimmings,
Buttons, and everything of
the kind new; Linen Hand
kerchiefs, Embroidered and
Lsoe do.; Jaekonet and
Swiss Edgings and Inser
tings; with many other at- .
tides in this line too te
dious to mention.
Our Stock of
T AM NOW
in nr.fT.irTOF thf t.ar-
Kl Htm'k nl Hi'iiclv MiiiIk t'lotliliiB and
Men' Kiirnlnhlnc Slnnils cm liranvht In
IhlM tiHerkpt, liiul tliwire that tha trHilhiK
nutilli' Nlioulil rail and look through my
mIim-Ic lMr,irt liiHkliia Iht'trmireliawM. I will
mittHV that mv aoodtf art cheaiM-r than I
lhiyrnnt hiul elwwhere, nut ltava llilal
(inttwtlfin to rtd,Ttlt tiv ttinae whit wtftta to
iiurrliiiiie. All I axk la a fair lnaMvtlon of I
qiiulltlea and price. .My touu u uuttrciy
To Dyb Cotton Oheen. After
rolorlmr your cloth yellow, din it in
n stroiiK dye mnilo of lnnirlo blulnir.
then a stronK alutu water hot when
you dip the cloth in. Color In tin.
To Pyk Cotton Red. One pound
of camwood, boiled In nn iron kettle,
will color three pounds of cotton cloth
to a lltfht red that will not fade; by
lettitiK it remain in the dye a day or
two it win color oarker, airing and
To 1Kb Cotton OranoE. Pre
pare a lime water as for whitewash
the stronger tho deeper the color.
Pour oil' tho wuter and IkI1; while
islllng, dli) lu your clotli that you
t,aaUU.f,Ii..l.,hUl ....It..... ll'.t..
solutions should be cold, except the WELL CUT AND MADE,
limn U'ntit I
To Pyk Cotton Yei.iow. For six
pounds of cotton i First wet the good
in clear water; to tlie same niaitltv
of water add nine ounces of sugar of
lead, ana to Another (jtmntity add six
ounces of blchromito of HtitMh; ke'p
these solutions scpnrute. Dip the
good in the sugar of lend water, then
tne pntasn, ntii tne sugar or load wa
ter again. Wring out imJ dry ; riuse
in vicar com uier.
Wlntlovir HliuUcs. Etc.
will b larg and varied.
call special attentloa te oar
I The good are all
and I have nn healtanry In aaylna; that I
ran plr-nao yu. If you will only give iu a
trial. I shall aril tut
and tho very
A gentleman, while at breakfast at
a certain hotel In Atlanta, was asked
by a Federal otllcer whether the re-
preicntittive from his county had yet
arrived. "Walt," replied the gentle
man, "until I ktel through my nreax
fast, mid I will go to the kitchen and
TE.vniEit "If a man iravo you a
htindiHl dollars to keep for him, and
(lied what would you do f Would
vim prav for him ?"
Can mo lAni. "No, sir; but
would pruy for another like him,
An Iowa editor has taken his ofllco
lsiy Into partnership, giving his rea
son, that "Meve has been to wrok for
iihhII winter, nnd wanted his pay, and
we thought after he had Ihh'ii pmpii
etor itxhort time lie would uildeixtnud
I ! . n t piiypMt help Wiis liol so e-y.
LOWEST LIVING PROFITS
will he am on every thins In my house.
KirtMl'ltidmt lu UaV UiU hnuae hua had
HitcnWul builuvw ekiwileuiM of
Andouttht by Um tlm to b ftblo to AfTortl
sMiittt iuivii(mmi io rujatiiini. lliiK i
iMiitiituwa aU uuuilllin f gvMstls fitim llti
lott tl lu Uit IiimIu'kI iinttlvA, aiulu rt'gvU-dis
mI It Hnt workmnhlp U unMiirmM-il. I
ouIU It lHHi ls IttbV you cull ttlld llMk
Otruiitfh, bs'tntf MlUdsi .TuuwHI Ant mUlo
iuit ltitUiiHnutiilM u wifcrniiii m unUjuH.
Itt'iitcmtM'r tlmi t nooJ Milil Uvrt rj
WetraVUUUrwViU ttillllSst'IlUHl iU tint uf mlti
It. t nttl LLO II,
CIGARS MACE TO ORDER
f.' - KD -.-
FINE CIGARS, AT NEW YORK PRICESI
ISEXSTEIN k DORTCH.
Feb. 7, 1868-ly
0UIO T ALLEY WHITE LEAD
tlWI8,SCn00SXAKESi CO., Prop's,
- Uouicsvllle, Ky. ,
MAVINO JURT COMPLETED THE
erection of the larKt and moat com
e Iad Factory In tne western country.
we are prepared to All orders promptly for
pitke w hits lga n, Pntty, Colors, dry and
In nil, Ae.. 4c.,Ht the loweal manufacturer'
raiea. rricc iihi lurniaucuou appiivauuu,
Aug. 7, '05-ra. .
RUSH TO THE KESOUE!
CIOUNTRYMEV. COUNTRY MER
l ehunts. and all other dealrin: UtKMla,
Warm and M:rchandia, can save from 'Hi
to My, per cenu oy cumug oi me
Auction and Commission House
T. II. IIY3IA1V,
Houth side of I"ublle Rquare, three door
cant from the National Hotel, In Clarkaville,
TMiineawte. Here you can Bad rood as
Spring and Summer Dry Goods
nothing, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Millinery Goods,
Notions, Queens ware
or anything olaeyou want, at either whole
sale or reuni.
Don't forget the name ana place.
T. 0. UYJIAST, ArCTlONEER,
South Side Public Square, Sd Door
East from Natleasl Hotel, Clarks
P. SI. I will also sell every description of
iroperty for Admlnlatnitora, Executor,
'roatee. Acenta and Private Part lea. either
on tne mrivt, in tlie city or country.
To the Citizens oi Clarksville and
llluolc nnd Fancy
Cloths and Cassimeres
AnJ la fact everything- that is usually sold
la a first class Wholesale House,
As Low as any other Estab
lishment in tho South.
Cuiue sad examine, and tf yoa art not
pleased we will not ask you to buy.
Mr. .John I. HolmH
will remain In New York for sometime, ana
aJJ to Ih stock srery week.
WOCI.T STATE THAT 1 HAVE JfST
rniurnti mini in. rjiawro rma witn i
rae atJM'k of the In'Nt brand of Krunrlt Cal
Hklna, toKi'ther with a vnry lanin at4n-k of
material oi every ainu lor mauuruvturing
GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES,
of thn latest atylea, all of which I hnnght
for cash, which enable m. tn make all
klndanf Boot anil Hliocaal Krciitly rMluHl
nrliia. A lnnc alork of iiiiule work on
hand, which 1 warrant, at greutly reduced
All mending done with nentiuvw and dia-
With many thank for the lllirrnl natron
au. for many yttara, of my old fi-lfiula and
ruxtoincra, I iiimi nwurciiuuy tullclta eon'
liuuanre vi ineaama.
Boots and Shoes
(Iftltlcnien reahllngTIn tha Country, by
earifully exaininiiiH the follow Ihk iuli, ran
take lliflr own iniaHiin. and aend lit ihu
old and well known lloot aiiilHhiwHtand of
John It Irk, Wnl Hid l"uilieriyuRr.,Clark-
villo, TrunwMm, uuu a
tOOD FIT WILL BE ttARlMKED
If properly taken by the following
Directions for Measuring the foot.
Ftrtt. 1'lsee the ht on a ptv of paer
which will give the length, aud spread of
lli foot, a uliown In ngiice A.
Swmi. M ake the follow i ngmcaauminents
In.'ltMi and Irwtlona, a uu Iuimi mtiuaurv.
shown in nmira , via:
lat.-Thi- ball of the foot.
U.I. Tlu Sow InaSrp.
!. Th. high Inaiep."'
4th. Tlie ln-i-1.
Wh. Th raid
Oct. li, ImjS Cm.
Pianos, Omans, School and His
cellaneous uookh, Mauon
ery, Sheet Music, Perl-
odlcala. Violin and
Guitar Strings, etc., ete.,
(Sign of the Gold Pen,)
CLARKSVILLE, - - TENN
W are a?enU for the justly celebrated
"WEBER" riA.NOS, which ar now so.
knowledged by all the First Muslflsns
of New York and the Director of Conser
Tatorles Of Musle In New York and
Brooklyn to be tbe Best Pianofortes
manufacturedor their crest power, bnl
liancy and purity of tone, elasticity of touclij
and great durability. Wealso call attention
lo U IO.X0VKR BRO'S. flAaOS, wbk-b
ar manufactured esureaily for tjonthera
markets sod will stand the eliaiatf . Tbey
need no iiraif as tbsie ar ovei ilrttf H
TbOHsaad In use. They ar manufaclured
by on of th largest bouse In w lork
aud bav all valuable iinprovcmenu, includ
ing the agraffe. Uy lal contract, w
ar enabled lo sell them town uiaa many
other first class iustruaie uls.
All I'laoos delivered at Msnafsrta
rer's Prices, and kept In Tune one
rear without charge.
W refer all those desirous of knowing
whether w gir satisfaction in our sale lo
Itv. J. B. West, Rev. A. D. Scars, Geo. W
llilluisn, Geo. 11. Wartiuld and T. 0. Kcott
Ws are agents lor . ,
J. ESTEI Al'O.'S CELEBRATES TRE
MOLO ORuA. S,
wblih we sell at J'ACTOHY TRICKS.
V call tbe attention o' Country Mer
chants to our facilities iu furnishing tbeat
School Books Stationery.
J. P. fOXOVKtt will pramptly atteud to
Older lur Fiauo Tailing, ana" guarantee sat
islartion. W return tlisnks for tlie encouragement
received thus lar, sad bop la merit S cob
liauauce of tlie same.
Manb :), Ifee-ll.
FRECH & COURTS,
Sign "TENNESSEE IRON,"
rmjUS'BM.MJH' HTBXKT, .
CLARESTILLE, . ... TE3XESSER,
FIELD SEEDS !
Garden Implements 1
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
tf daft m4 tmmint wmr maeSr. a
FKEt n C'OrRTS.
May S, 1808-tf.
Mannfncturerand Doalerln -
Bridies, Harness, Collars and Fat'
ent Bridle Bit.
At Ihe old stand of JamcaTalt Co., OppO-
ait tneuonrt House,-
wori.n nPKCTFri.i.Y call ttim
attnntlunof mv fiicnila ami n nniuia
Kclii'rnllv to my Ntork of Maeldlea, SSar
laran. nr., wiurii in puim or matiirlal,
wurkiiiaimlilp and atj lc, I ncknowlvlaa sm
anporlor, and which I am itiat.krinlne4 to
II aa low aa the mime claw of work can ba
bouaht In any market. I have aim) bought
the ltlKht lor Mimtsomory County, and aa
prepared to furutah a
which combine the nrlnclnle of all Patent
t'hock Itclnaniiit othi-r rlahily Ulta wlthim
any eoniiillcaiml nrrnnMinnnta. It I the
only ro-rfWt Hnfo ty lilt evor Introduced.
It klv.i auch an advantaaoto th driver,
and ha ao coinph-lrly control lb animal
that It la Impoaaihle for It to run away or
hick i ii iiiiimriaine una poMiine aiyie.ana
la the brat bit for bn-aklna or tralnlna a
horan. Till bit will lie attached to th bri
ll In accompany!!!- every act of Hnacr or'
Carriage llarneaa sold by mo, If desired.
fall and examine the atork ll TIT'
will show you through.
lt41,MTlIlllljr , rfUltn lUbU,
June &, 'US-tjm
W. M. TANDY,
WUOI.ESALI AND RETAIL
E" o oert
0. M. Qnarles, Principal.
. Col. R. 0. Whitehead, Associate.
rpHK BECOND TKUM OF TTIIH RCHOOL
X williieffinun monuay, inti nn m nep-
U'muer. lttus. in Mtewan i oucae Diniuins.
nnil eloae at the and or twenty wenks.
Roth of the teacher are craduatmi of the
U nlvem.it y of Vlrclnla, and have made
laciung ineir DuauimM, vauiumivvit muw
leavlna; that Instltutlon-suuio tlilru-en
ear oso ooiu iu Virginia auu iu 1.111a
Th ohlnct aimed at. will b to prepare
yoiui( men to enter the University of vlr-
:inia, or any oiner 1 ohckh, or ni. tuviu lur
he hualneaa of life. The conrae of Instruc
tion will be modeled after that at th Uni
versity of Virginia, and. aa lar aa practica
ble, tbe same book will be used.
Frrg per Term 0 20 irer In Advance,
EnullKh and Primary course In Math
ematics m w
EinrliKh and Advanced eourao in
jiHinxmauea - za iar
TiiiKaiiitcs. euch one dollar per month ex
tra. 1). M. O.UARLI'3
Aug. w, us-om. 1
NEW PROVIDENCE TIN SHOf.
TTAVINO REMOVED TO TlTE 8TORE
1 X next to that occupied by W. 8. Poln
dexter, (bettor known as the lioutwrlxht
gaddler Hhop). we would be pleaaed to see
our old friends and cuatomera, when we
will be ready to serve thoin with any arti
cle In our linn. They will nnd their old
friend w. T. llurgrave at hi puat to alleud
to their wants.
Orates, Kiirnace mid other caatinga, with
every variety of Tinware, Krolt tana and
Jar. We work good stock, and will sell
our goods as cheap a can bo sold lu this
(iutierlnrand Repairing done to order at
the shorteal notice and at lite loweat rate.
we are prepared to omer. If requentefr, an
Stove, OraioH, aic, of any slae or iwttern
thutmai bawanteit. t ail and ere 11a.
Aug. 28, 88-8m.
(FORMERLY MOORE'S HOTEL)
navlng taken charge of this Hons and
refurnished it throughout witb new furni
ture, I am now prepared to accommodate
regular boarders and transient guests In as
rood stvle as any In the Htate.
- 1 1. ' I a .1. - II 1- - c
AlUK.UrU Hff UI UUW l B HUD
snpplled with elegant tables and furnltnre
and will be kept bv an attentiv and accom
There is slso adjoining tba office of tbe
tbat cannot be surpassed In point of neat
ness by any institution or tha Kind In the
country, which will at all time Is) supplied
with, the most choice Liquors, t inesana Be
which will be waited on by experienced and
attentive barbers, Is well fined up with all
fiirnitur appertaining to a Brst class Barber
Shop and -
Prices will be as low as any other house
af tbe same class. A portion of the public
patronage M resprctluliy solicited. .
CLAY RUDKUTS, Proprietor.
Feb. 28, '68-lf.
AVISO PROCURED THK WELL,
KNOWN GUOCKIIY STAND, formerly
occupied by Lewis k Glass, and knows a
the "House Stand," would respectfully la
form th trad that lis wilt keep a
General Stock of Groceries,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WE call tbe special attention of Merchants
to our slock of Staples which we ar deter
mined to sell at such profits as will make It
to tbeir Interest to giv us a call before going
We will giv special attention to all con'
signmeuls l our care.
n. M. TANDY.
BOOKS! BOOKS 1 1
F. M. DOUGHERTTS
I would call the attention of th public gen
erally, to my stock or hooks, tc,
just purchased, vis:
A Lilt' MS,
1 will sell s low as anybody In lb State
Cash Paid for EiGH.
F. M. DOl'GHEBTT.
Franklin btreM, OpposlU the Conrt
ffor. 29, 186T-tf.
DRUGS AND DYESTUFFS!
8. B. STEWART,
ri'BLfC 6QUARK, CLARKSVILLE,
Drngs, Medicines, Chemicals, Toilet
nnd Fancy Articles, Drmtair,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Win.
dow Glass, Putty, Brush
es, Pure Wines and
Medicines warranted of th best qswlfty.
All will be wld at lb lowest prices fur cash.
Special attention given to th compound
ing or Physician psescriptioi
TENNESSEE I BON.
HAVING SECURED TIIK SOLE AGEN
CY TOR TI1E SALE OF
Tennessee Cbarcoal Iron,
I am prepared to Cll orders for all slaes of
tbe abov Iron, at manufacturer's price. I
also have a large lot of their B Iron, which
I will sell at Pittsburg Iron Trice Is tbi
market, which will be found superior to
Pittshurjr Iron in quality. Liberal discount
will be given to dealers
YV. M. TANDY.
Feb. J, mTr-tf.
Feb. J, 1868-ly
S. a. STEWART.
Ci. -A.. ROTH, AKt,
(Successor to J. F. Mehlbope V Co.,)
Wholesalo & Betail Dealer
ST. LOUS MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company,
HAVING accepted Ihe Loral Agrnry 01
Ihe above Corapauy, I tak this mrll.od ot
informing my frieuds and scquaintance gen
erally tbnt I will giv escial sttentlon In.
tbe taking of risks and otherwise represent'
ing the luterest of III ab v well kuowrr
It is an undeniable fart that It If the duly
of every man to make some
PROVISION FOR HIS FAMILY
(and especially bis "little ones"), in erent
of his death.
Fnlly convinced of the stability of this
Company, and their liberal smd fs4 table
maaarr of doing busisess, 1 cheerfully reo
ommenv) an investigation of is different
plnus before inuri(j rlsew here.
i. It. YATKH, Local Agent.
Rxnmlnis flivslrlnna: Dr. W. M. Kin.
Icy, t 11. Walton, N. U Tlmuiiia.
C. L. RIDUKLL, (iea. Ag t tor Kentucky
Clark irilU Rtrreutt.
Quarle k Rice, Attorory at Law.
II. U. Jlerrit, " "
B. 0. Kerne, Ftee't Montgomery Savlngg
W. P. flume, Cashier First National Bank.
Helms k Johnson, Men basts.
Ja. IT, 1868-tf.
IS ALL KINDS Or
Cbnectionarie, Foreiyn and Domettic
LiquorM, U'i'mci, iVsiVs and Nut.
Hsving returned to Cbtrksville for the pur
pose of rreumlng my old occupation as Gro
cer, I would solicit from tbe citizen and sur
rounding country a sbar of patronage.
I will keep a fall assortment of evety arti
cle In my line, and am determined to sell al
tbe lowest UASU rtilCKS. Highest prices
I km also Agent for tha sal of
Wilson ntt's. Celebrated Whisker I
U. A. KOTII, Agent.
Jan. 28, 1861-tf.
IN IS A V FIRM!
W. a. BSIMUHCSST, tn.
C. B. BELL.
m- 1x1 TOinnrn to rt'RNissil cop
I ,! W'imuI Caxket. Metallc liurial t'a-
m-t and Cnalteta, al any and all times an) -
whara la UililiniHry louniy.or in nwe.
to teleuriiina any where iilmisllie llneof Ilia
rulliou.l Ixitwaeu Ioulavllle and Memphla
or Ilupklusville aud uhvllle. I cau fur
nlalt MetallC Caskets, siUer mounted.
Metallc Bnrlal Cases, "
Oak Collins, " , , .
M il nut Coffins,
I would also add that I will reena
cum n Ut t he ft leads of every paaprr eisllal
born la Mwutaontery County.
JOHM F. COl'TS.
May , lNUS-Oia
Iks Slarkavllla BallreMsat Katlisa
ISawaa far wmU A aoud rhanra for a
btwiaua aiaa. for particular Inquire a '
Ihe Ik-pot, or In U. Mvt'k.feup. !.(.'. U U. It.
(Xt. S, 'W-.-W
BRINGHURST & CO,
(Successors lo Ballsy, Bringliuul A Co.)
Wholesale and Retail
And Dealers la
Virginia Tobacco, Havana CI
gars, etc., etc.
Corner Market and Franklin bis,
W krep constantly oa band a larg as
STAPLE AND FANCY
which w are determined to Sell at lb
LOWEST MARKET TRICE.
and only ask out Crirad U rail and examii
BKINCril'ItbT k CO.
Uuh :7, tttst) u
STATE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Well Tried ana Reliable.
OFriCE-Steennil Kallnnal Hank building
O 3ST 12 8
April 17, isns-ir.
Coal Tar and Coke I
For Bale at the OAS WORKS,
OlfirUsSVllls., m m m Tcllll.
FARM FOR 8 A LKs
Kl Isabel h Black at alt, vs. Juniua U. W.
ri'ttHUAKT U a decree In this rmue en
tered tkl tha Kepteinl.ir term, IHdS, of tha
Circuit Court for Moulgomery County, Tea.
Statssrclay, Navesakver 14, l4,
at the cunrt-houaa ditor In t'larkavllla, I
will offer for sale, tothehluhoal lilUUer, lhal
very valuable rami on Ihe Moulh aliluuf
Cumberland river, known aa Ilia lllarlc
farm, anil now oeeupled by John (i. Illaek.
Haiti fnriu oonalaia of Iwtt nearly ivmlla
uoua Iraela, i,ullnllg Hi iniroa unit III
nl bur irj'.jiiorea. 'J'ha lantlarinrlverbit
l.im, rniwilv within two mlliw of ( larka
vllUi, iUullfully wooded, Willi nevvr-lall-ing
aprlna bunleiltia; on the river, with
a iiiiiilnrlnliU dwelllna and an miry nut
huuaea, a kikhI helKlilNirhiiod, and whera
land la raiilly I'libiiiii'iiig lu value. Tin
Iniid la aald to la-rauxllaul for producing
bay, toliaee.,, corn, etc.
Any one dValrina: in eaamlne, ran Vlalt
and b shown I lie premlae.
1'r.HM. Ten tr cent. eah; the balanr
In fourriiuaj pavaienu, u li with latareat
fniiii dut.i, ilun aa fvlluaai July S, laeSI
March S, IN70; July a, 1(01; Muri h S, 171,
NotM with approved aveurlly rtMiuliwd aud
a Ilea rvtullll'd lur (lie pureliM iiniliev.
J. VV. t I I.I.I A NM IN.
t Ink ud tout I.
rve..;'l. ' u pr .-