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TERMS OF .SUBSCRIPTION,
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TWO ULLAR8 1 TKIK, t AfltaXCl
' $iJO ir raid Within Bis Month.
8.00 atthefcndoMae tear.
.T O! II - 'W: o H ;K
Neatly and Promptly Kieratrd.
rmtl.' nilMtTIf A X X I A I . HEHHtON OK
1 I III Instil lit lull bvgitM on Hie Mil of
T 12 11 MS:
Prciinratory ' " t
,., tn iki
1 t -. RXTHAM: ' ' r
Mule. . . i....w
t'N Of lllNtrUlllcllt
French and licrmnii, eitcli - '"
Ins'k hiiiI Isilln "'"'
Ilnnrding... M "
A.' ..-Ill it.. .liK,li Ml
lIutrliMilulluii tin -
' - .ion. H. NVKHT, Vn l,
Clnrksvllla. Jnne II, TlMf.
To lk Pnblle IJenernlly anil Every
batty la nrllenlart
Having IhIciiii mil license n AI'ITIOV
Y.V.H, I hiii now rcudviil a moment' warn
ing tell any description of proHrty lit.
public ule. I will do Ihe licst 1 run lor all
wliu Itit riiMt their IiiisIiicmIo me.
J II 11. IWIMf.
V OX SMITH,
Having received our 8tock of . j
V ' ' ' ' j
II.irdw.irc, Woodenwarc, (inns,
Our Stock is now full of desirable
fx Is, lo which we invite the Inspec
tion of everybody. .Fanners will
Ktecl ami fust Plows, "
Axes, II oi'K, II :il mis.
Uiiilns, t'oi'ii Klit'llcrs,
Coni II iiskrrn, Straw ( ut
ter n, I'orks. Khovrls,
Curry Combs, Pumps,
und everything else they need on
Farmers and Builders
Will llml our Stock of
IlingcH, (ihtKs, lliilft, dr.,
Full and complete, nml at
(Jreatlj RtMlnt'od I'rlccs.
Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers
Can supply themselves with
Am 11k, Hi-How. Vises, Slacks
Illcn.Wnson nml Plow Units. nf k nnd
Wiiohcrs, llammrrs, II nr. Band anil
Hoop Iron. Plow Nlccl, Cast St rl.
Felines, Hubs, Spokes, Shuns, Car
riage; Trimmings, nnd ninny oilier
good used by them.
DOUBLE & SINGLE GUNS,
Powder, Shot nnd t aps.
A splendid assort men t of
I'orkrt KnlTfs. KiiIvm and Forks,
Spuoils, HrilslicH, In great variety.
We can't enunieriite all Ihegoisls
we have, fall nnd see for yourselves.
All our (nods are for stile.
Look fur the I'nillock over Hip
FOX & SMITH.
Nov. L"Jd, INTO.
M. I. Klllrbrrw-J. I.. UllllnmsunJ
KILLEBREW & WILLIAMSGN.
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( I, VKKSV1M.K, TKXX.
Nov. in. 'Ta-ly
nil Tiiluirfi) ill Sliirr.
(ff.il.Sf.7ri H STHHtiT.
M A IS IT l'A f Tf It i:
steam K 11 nines, Saw Mills,
l.r.iss ami Iron ( a(lnxs jaMic-
PLANTER'S PRIZE SCREWS.
IlltoMI'T ATl'i'VTIiiV OIVKV Tool;.
Ii'i. i. ii- ii'iniiik nu hiihiii l:itginr,
(iw Yllllik, llireMlicrs, llenper. .unl
. II l.ui.l- ..I M i. Ii
II I I I I I.I I '. I V I 1 . A I ll
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BIG PADLOCK !
II AHKSVILLE. HWSL
VOL. 41.--N0 16.
Nashville & Cincinnati Packets,
iv STEAM Ett
uanssan Kmmii Floy")
J. M. CIlKNOWKl'll. Muster.
I'.oiit. W. WISK, Clerk.
JOHN HKUHKIX, Minder.
J. no. Mi'MmKH, Clerk,
U'H. BiioWJf, MuHior,
A t EUICAi aJrihT!ttTai
K. riKUl.K, MiwtiT, . ,
At. HiiAni.nv, rimk.
Dili' of I ho nlinvo ImiuIn will li'livo f'lll-
diiiintl rviry WKINr5lAY nd HATfH-
k.v .....III.. ......... TlltMJMl I V .n.l 1
lV. Lonlnvlllii oviry TlirillAl nd
HI'XHAY, Nimlivlllo rvnry MOXPAY mid
MATirilllAY. F. P.OH.il'KY MHO..
Mil, '7l-m AK"nt.
Cumberland River Packets.
0. V. OAVIH, MiiHti-r.
I. II. IAVM riirk.
Ix-nvin for I'AlltO evrry TUl'lWKA Y, nt
NoVloi-k A. M.
I.OIIVI- lor NAHllVll.l.K vwry MOXKAY,
ut ."lo'clork I'. M.
f. V. UllAfKY A 11KO., Ag'18.
TOM HARM AX, M.wti-r.
AI.KX. IIARI, I'lerk.
Iav,- for CAtnO fTrry TrfcrtHAY, at K
oVIock A. M. - '
U'uvm for NAHIlVJlXK every HATt II
IJA Y, nt li oVIiM-k T. M.
K. 1'. (illAI'KY A I !ItO., A at .
WII.KY MM. MS, Mn-l.-r.
nnrri-. iii'ntku. n ri,
1, rnvin f-ir 1'AIKO every HAYl'RUA Y, ill
Umivih for NAHIIVfT.r.K every THl'RH
lAY, nt fto'eloek f. M.- ' '
r. 1 UllAfKY Hit!)., A ti.
K.S, 11111 Mill LHMT
BUGGY AND WAGON
Hoe. St., . - ('larkst llle.Tenn.
We keep on bund Hie hirgcst stock of
Cnrrlaiei'. Ilucuy nod Wauoii work In the
Mliile. Iiirlmlhm the eelehmlisl K. Hay A
I 'nV lluuiiv work of Wheellim, Vs.. ninnii
liicniiril by WheeliiiK Wiigou und I'liri'liige
ttf. 'All work sold by unwarranted to giv
COKXKK THIRD D riUNKUX STS.,
CLARKSVILLP, TENN. "
I AM TIIKOM.Y ll'.Mlr WHO II AS
I lit- t lulii lo use Hr. Stuck' New Methotl
ol N'lilrMHile Plate.
Miircll ."i. ISTll-lf.
FLO RAL "cf IDE FOR Is: iT
ol'lt I1K AI'TIKri.l.Y II.I.l'STIt ATKli
OC I UK A N l( I A 111 iKN Kit's MAM' A I.."
.ii Varli'lii-H I'lilox Hiiiiiimonill I'D'
liniili. Piiriiiliii'ii. like iiilnlaturi' rose, 'Juc
for IK71 . iw
! ItiMlhli. KUlM-1 Wlllhllll.,
Sl.im ' ti'-l"'- AiiiiiihIm
r II EM'S A KKVNOI.ItS.
HtH'hi-Nter, N. V
Ntiv. 2fl, 1MT4I-Un
FREIGHT I NCALLKl) FOR.
MIK lollowlnit Articles and Packages
havluif iM-t-n allowisi in rciuain iincaii.
I for III t lie Krclltllt D.'pol ol the M pills.
I'lnrksvllle Louisville Itallroilil III this
pit , over six. molil lis. will besoldal ptlb-
llcauctloll.at the Allclloll llnllseol lli-oad-diis
A' Hunan, on MoNHA Y. Maivh nth,
Is7l. tr. :' I Stelille mid llliinkcl, ki d
It. A. Mi H inli l; I Imix groeerle, r. Hpriixiic:
.' Iiniins, ijiiiirli'sA .1.; I bos droit. M. M.
Kerr, I laililer. It. W. Swulne; I rlilliig eul
tlvalor, T. H. Irismuril: "i lll. baus, II. I..
I. Il hit; I Inllccastluui., lien. I 'unite; I coi
per rccilller nnd worm, wilboiil murk.
The above artieb-s sold lur Ircliclil and
cli irni -.. Ciiiili lilH ol piickaues iiukiiou n.
II. II. Posl'nN.
Jun '.'S, -7l-ilw r'lelghl Ai HI.
I III on Tuesday. Hie .'IIM day of .lalill
arv. IsJI. sell in public iiiii'tlou, in Ho-lute
rcslilcllre ol (iisirite II. Wartlrbl. ibs-'d. In
.Moiituiiinery county. Trim.. Hie personal
priiM'ilv ol the said Wal'ltrld, (bs'il., coli--ll
I nu l .Mule. llorse. Mlbli I iik. HIiM-k
fall Ie. Ilous, Sheep, crop ol II lie TolmiS'O
ol iibitllt :L'i,mil! or 40.IHNI polintls. iilsillt :H4l
Imrrels Corn, iiIniiii .'i biir.bi'1 wbeul. Hay,
etc.: also h'aiiulnu I inpli'lni'lits. boii-chold
1'iirnitiit-e. He, about In or l-,itm stiiiii!s o
Ti.iims oc Half. All sums under a-.n.
cash, nwr sjii mi, on nIx iiioiiiIis rreillt,
II. il I' W II ll uimsI imS'III lt !-i(lllrcil,
Null iii i 1 1 1 1 1 i -1 1 1 - - iii ii nVliii'U. . m.. mill
In lie colli llillrd until all t lie proi-rt v Is
sold. .lu.-i:i'li M. Ibilill Adtn't.
Valuahle Farm lor Rent.
1 1 'oil ItKNT, Ihe dower portion ol tin
I4 I ii..l.... i.,iii, I'.ini i.lu.m
ble and .sin V rilciit llrli-k l'e ""a. ''h .1
' 1 1 II IM I rfti H liu tiiii'iu in 11 1 1 in P'" in
1 wii I. unl. il.'in-.l mil in I'liitivtillini, 11
Hi(itonii wblcli 1- oxer iHiiioiii. 1
iinm at. Iv. Juslll A l:l.Hl:li. iniiceis 10 i. iii iu. c, i.i
iii t. t:, is;ii tf I long after Iheelnth had been removed
va mini, unless a man poestetl a very
jatroug heud, lie wus pretty certain to
TVT?TIa Jtr JlTtn nWlra'lv,iri' " rvl in a lanienluhly befog-15Y-K3
U JJUU. always ,.,!, ,, (mH nlglit, when we
li'llll- Clll'llll. A'C( 01 mc n"ci us'!
1. - I I minnr f an nail IH'CIl 1 11(111 iy I lllf preu.v ireeiy
kCCp COmplclC StOCk Ol.,,,,., versali.... turned l,il.Uliards-
Drugs, Patent Medicines, j ,;!lV,SVi,vrr;VU,, f,,r ",,,ht of lM
Piinta Oils Tnilfit Artirlps 1 "Have you mcii r laser play : lie
i amis, uiis, loueiyirucies,;, . ... . . , , , ,.
Stationerv. Tohipco Citrnrs
siaiioncry. looacco, '.""i
IM.. I. '71 If
4 lurkHt ill.'
Ml l.l-fs, in ill dcM'iiiti,,n. crci'lcl ami
, I ii i t.il Mill M.d -1 1 1 , -1 nl tin Im l
nn iri i 'incnt in "tt'ivd, nl.u 1 1 . ivliliini,.d
I'ul.ll A in hul lUilUun I I. .(lis Im in. In. I,
I- ii. III lib'. Mill-duns ..il un ..I i.,
ii ' 'I l-i ii i.itiiii!, ''ni i m un ,
I i.ir II. . ' 1 I
i Drrawd nr the 1111.
HhcMood In her touching Invclluc,
All ureswsi ror I lie coming nan
Willi her pure wlilte drew and pure white j
WHlniMfr an In the hall. '
A dlnmond stnr on her brmnni lay.
Anil .lurry gem were her eye:
Kye knowing no mIuuIc of though tor cur.
. Wlnnomcly, .wcelly unwiw.
Hose glowed anient red on her dress,
mowed ardent red on her Hps)
lloe tainted mid dmoptsl on hr hair,
Anil tll.il un her tliigcr-Hp.
Hold cUMped tlto marble enrvc of lift drill";
ii wmiuu rotinii ner mroni no ntir; '
It coaxing drooMsl rroin h'r pitirly ear
Anil rippling gold wn lir Inilr.
1 1 upoki'to n frloiiil who icnn4 wltU mo,
I 1 nt I r nil my tllnn I'timt
"OUI woi-. Hint Urlrf hould Hint tloWiT
I fiioe fml
I A ml lliooc niiirTj o cloud In li-nm."
" Your womlit urn mon'i word." the lndy
'You know not Hint Pnln mid Prlle
Art Mtronicrr tlnin Joy, or HliNin(or Youth,
or Ui'iikoii, or kukIiI In-Hidu.
HIip will liM-k np, wlifii In-r pi-npe In fli-d
. . u. uu .
Am nenceftillv swei'l im now t
Holm hi Hit1 heiirt wimIm niiiIIi-ii to the lips;
Oh I women alone know how. ,
" I'nln ililno. like Joy In the wenry eyes.
More lirllllinit Hihii Joy peri'lmnee;
And It dye HioeliiH'k end Hhsrply itpurs
Tile lin il feel In Hie dunce."
Then I cried.
' Mv dnrllna.
nmt Hhe bear
The weiirlMonn weluhl of cure?
If iny uriini are round her linn t for aye,
Will aorrow still miter there T"
"Hhe iiiiihI henrher henrtlireBk nil alone.
Hnt.olil for Hit thirling" iwke.
Check Hie lini-li thnuKht the woril whleli
Vet miiy a bivnkliig In-art break,
' Pity the Morrow Ihnl seemelh Joy. '
And mm lli-o Hint from pnln are wrung;
Pity nil iiinNkcrn, hul, nlMive all,
1'lly, oh I pliy Hie young I
"They mind trend erect n thorny rond.
In nil the Miiiumer-Hde hent,
Hut nl I ken rolH-s will trnl I lo the ground
And hide the poor bleeding feet.
1 ,.-. - -r
lindV tlrel ehlldren are everywhere, i
Wi' dunce wllll them at til" bull 1
lie kind lo Hie guy, anil pen-linueo thy
On some wayworn wml idiall full."
. I1Y WAM'EH A. 1MWB. .
The following story was told to me
by an oflicer belonging to oneot II.
H. M.'s reirinients, statioiiiHt in the
Cast, as we paced the deck of Hie
ttv.l,.iu ..ne Hue nlirlit. while mi 1
the iiiissaue from Calcutta to London. I
I present to m v reuilern
el's ill ine wonts!
ot the utii'rntoi', a tall, well built man,
whose olive like complexion indica
ted long residence ill tropical climes:
"When I first received my com
mission as ensign in I lie Iti itish army,
I was gu.etteil to the Mi regiment,
t li ii ii In India, and as the I'. niulO.
compiiiiy did not exist in those days,
I took passage via the cape or uooii
Hope. . .n
In due course of time, I arrived nt
Madras and joined my regiment, in
which I remained only three years,
however, for nt the expiration ol
thut period, I purchased my lieuten
ancy, and exchanged Into the rd,
which was stationed up country.
I'ntil n man gets thoroughly used
to it, there is nothing so monotonous
as nn ofHcci's life in an isolated locul
tiy in India. There is routine in
lounging, eating, flunking, sleeping,
rending nnd billiards, or card playing,
anil this is only vaiietl if, by lucky
chance, he happens to be in a district
where pig sticking, elephant or tiger
hunting is obtainable. At times, too
especially if Indies are Willi the rcgi-inciit-iiniiitiir
theatricals arc in favor,
ami occasionally u ''hop" is impro
vised : but the climate issoeuerva-
tltit. tiiiit ii,lllni iiltfitetM nor men of
any regiment that luul been a con
siderable length of lime in thecotin
Itrv fell very often disposed to exert
themselves to provide amusement for
The rd had been six years In In
dia, and, in consequence, nil the mem
bers of that corps were alllictcd with
lassitude that had almost betsitne
chronic. There was a great dearth of
female society that slue tjun lion
of pleasurable existence -and the
hunting hud U'cn pronounced by
those old stagers, who considered
themselves shikiirrics, to lie infernal
ly bad ; therefore, when it was an
nounced that u new collector had
Is-ell apS)lllted to succeed t lie liver
less old curmudgeon who, for seven
teen years, bud held office In that
district, asserting that he was Ihe
fortunnte isissessor of all extreniel v
heautirul wife, every one was on the! " ambition, In the hope or.
. ' '.. . . . l...l....l...-.n inn nml f.k m I.. ... a tn . I
qui vlve lo receive him. Much to
our disappointment, however, he ar
rived alone, having left Ills ssius to
enjoy the society 'of her friends In
fulcolta for a few week, after which
she was lo follow liiiu with their only
f NT. kiikn it W m -mi fii m min
about Thirty-live years of age, toll, '".V life, would lie cut down like a nerve unto my late enemy a life he carrying deadly or concealed weap
niuseular, and pre-eminently hand-l'lowcr! I cursed the enemy man valued far more than his own. ion contrary to law, or forgiving
some; moreover, lie was highly eilu-
calisl and possessed such powers of;
pleasing that he won bis way to all
our hearts, and soon la-came a unl-1
vers I lu vol lie.
He Infused new life Into our little '
cotorie, and manv were the lumen i
tallims w henever his genial cotinte-
mince did not Is'tini across our mess'
...i.i.. ii..- f..i..,,..i'- i.i lii.r.l.i'..,..
I ilau 'hteis regular " garrison ' W"uld plunge hl i widow Into a deep when llrst we met, and her face has of the widow and children as pre
," who bail fill ted successively sea of grief, and leave fatherless Ills tle wnno ww.t expression. The j scribed in section of the
i every sub whom they had met hinocent cilld. i dearest friend I have on earth Is Ihe Code.
with every sub whom they
during the last ten years were en -
i chanted by him, and openly lament-
led that he was already a Henedlck ;
for, though be was 'only a elvlllian,'
I hey would have been glad enough
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ii -i. ... in i. ,1,.,-a f,,,.
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;l",,'k lliin ".v iuun In the
!,VKi.4 Kj( (',,t. i taper, who eon-
odeicil bimsell an authority on inat-
. i ...i,i .i ;n
i ..I ..i....... ..u. v i.i i. ,1- ui.,1 1
........i L.TiniT 1., i.ii.in bur ..ne wiib
the collector, Ihougli he certainly
plavsu Very goiMl game," I replied.
1 "Fraer,' obi fellow, Lieutenant
llolrovil thinks he is your cipial at
billiard.. Will vou let inn back you
for s jiaiiie'." Haper cried, across ihe
I he collector, who was "half-seas-ovii,"
pruinpllv i pri's.ci liis il
;.iimih l i ill oiii c i n;;ac u itli nn ,
CLABKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1371.
so I registered a bet of one hundred
ruiiees with Captain Ruper, and we
mlioiirtieil to the billiard room. I had
nraetlxed a irreat deal III mv leimire
)0UrH ,)( uew niywlfto la-aatendy
pln.ver, while, from what I had aet-n
ot r rafier a piay, juuneii vnnv uc
bwiime nervotiit and Irrltahle, If luck
went aieaiiiFit him ever an little; there
fore, I did not heattate to accept a few
other beta ollcred by admlren of my
opnonent'a brilliant atyle.
We had got about half-way through
the dime, und our acorea were ni arl v
eonnl. when I mado three moat nal-
puble fltikea In one break, and tills so
annoyed my aeml-lr.ebrlated antaeo-
niat that he played wildly, inlwlnjr
moot euxy ahota, and all the while
dennuntTiiK my atyle of execution In
no very menntircd term. When ao
lier he wna the moat courteous and
urbane of men j hut when excited by
wine, he wn.i inclined to be Inaolcut
I was more than thirty points ahead
when a ahot prccnted ItiH'lf to me
that was very difficult of accomplish
ment. It wna a Htrnijflit carom, hut,
in order to make It, the ohjeet bail
had lo lie very finely grazed Indeed.
My ball scarcely moveil the ohject
bii'll, lhoti!,h It undoubtedly touched
It. and went on the red. niuklnn the
carom. A dlspiite Instantly arose
when I claimed the shot.
"You never hit the tint ball, sir?"
cried Kraser, loudly.
'I know I diil not, but my ball did,'
I replied, carelessly.. - .
'It's false! There was no carom.
'lo you iusinute I lie, sir?
'Yes. You are both a liar and a
Humun nature could not stand that.
I slapped my traducer's face. My
brother olllcers Interferred, and when
my temper cooled, I found myself
walking on the verandah with my
Intimate menu, -eu nowson
H'ouie, Holroyil, lel'a
soda-water, and turn in. Y.m must
get your hand steady, for Fraser Is '
sure to cnaiienge you to-uiorro w, ue
I took his advice nnd the beverage ,
he recommended, nnd was up bright
and early the following morning.
Aixiui. ten o'ciiick, i.apt. u iper came ,
to my quarters, lie tsk a seat and
i .1 i....... i.. ......I.. 1. 1., m.1.
n peg on ne ne cAu,iinrii iiimuiw
ion. As I had exiiec.ted, he was the .
bearer of a cartel from Mr. r ruser. i
fills is a devilish unpleasant btisl-,
ness aiiogciuer, jioin.yo; m i i uo-;
ixwe you iercelve tlini there is u ai- ,
terniitive. Will you please name your,
I !.... I F. .1 1 ll.tlll I UIIIIIUUU llltlillll
Id niuiliiirl.M un II I tiki. iHiotMllt Willi
lain- the reputation of being afire-
I told him I should leave every-;
tliim in the bunds of Lieutenant
llowsoit, and he went to that gen-
tlenian In order to arrange the pre-
About mid-duy my friend came to
me, and told me that he had agreed
with the second of Mr. Fraser as to
tiie place, time of meeting, and weap-
una to lie used in the forthcoming
duel, lie uiso hinted that if 1 had
any letters to write, in case of nccl
dent, It would be as well to do them
at once; mid he would call tooccom
puny me tolliereiidcr.vousutduwn the
next morning; and when I thanked
him, und promised to prepare myself
for slaughter, left to hunt up the doc
tor, leaving me to reflect upon iny
Udeling was niueii in vogue nt that) "Who was she, Xcd ? Is she
period, but I hud never before been a dead'." I asked, when I renieniber
prlnciple in an affair d'hniineur, and, ed what had occurred.
1 confess, my feelings upon tills oeca-1 Kre my friend could reply, the
sin i were not pleasant ones. ' two gentlemen I had noticed rose
In the first place, 1 liked Mr. Fra- j from their aeats and came quickly
ser very much, and I knew full well , forward to where I was lying. One
that he would never have pro- grasped my hand. I glanced up
yoked me to strike him had he not ward, and saw the collector bending
been under the influence of liquor, lover me.
Hut the blow hud been given, and: " It was my wife, my brave fellow,
nothing could avert a hostile meet-. and in a few days I hope she will be
lug, unless I accorded him an ample suMlclently recovered to thank you
and abject apology to do which personally for having so gallantly re
would have required far more courage , Hcued her from a terrible death. She
than to tight, lor I should have been only arrived yesterday morning, and
stigmatized us u ooward and com-! wim riding over to the colonel's, with
pletely ostracised by my brother olll- Captain I taper, Dr. Middleton and
cers. j myself, when her horse bolted, and
It was the rainy season, and tolera- this occurred. As for that other inat
bly cool, so when 1 had Mulshed "put-! ter is-tween you and I, llolroyd, you
ting my house In order," us Huwson I may call roecowaid, or whatever you
had advised, 1 set out for a long walk ! choose, but I tell you plainly I will
thinking thut exercise would steady . never raise my hand against vou
my nerves, which were somewhat un-you, who have proved yourself such a
strung by the ettects of the evening hero you to whom I owe an ever
prevl ni. I Listing debt of g.atltude; for you no-
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. u uininu ntidiini v minii mv u'nF
I pondered iiimiii my past life. I
uiougui o now , u ir. iy n ur ywirs ut ,
! htxii wt 0,,t fr,."n .',", ful1 o'1
iiiiiiou inline him imu. in mv
lessiou i iiiiii council earnest iu my
heart; and now. iieuire I linil even
flashed my maiden sword, before I
reer, I had placed myself lu such a
position thut It was more than proba-
ble my hopes, my sen I, ambition and
" J """J "'"i
hralns"; I thought of the happy home
atherland" that woul.aie made,
dost dale by my death; 1 thought or
the dear loved ones who would mourn ;
me there, and my heart was tilled
with bllteraiiguishinist'ry that was
not dwreasetl when 1 reflected that,
'veu If I was spared and my- ad vers-
arv leu, it wouni iw iny iiaini
1 1 was arouseii ironi mis outer train
'f thought liy the hollow thud of
rapidly advancing Insifs and on look-
; "'H ul'i B",T '.. i'
totally unfum liar to me vainly;
IlKIIHIH f. IIIV-l- ,
was riding. Thei
llesoine horse she
tltvt glance told me she was u skillful
cHie-tiian, the second that she seem
eu evidently ls-ut niiou iiiHiug 1110
lire out of licr steed by urging III i 1
rorward;und togolorward I knew full
well meant to rush headlong to de
struction, for right In thai direction
lav, half concealed by bushes, u deep
nullah, or wuter course, down which
a torrent swollen by the recent rains,
rolled in rushing cataracts over the
rock-trewii bed. .
"Turn, madam, turn foryonr life
there is danger ahead'," I cried, as I
riislnsl toward the point fur which
she was beading.
The ladv turned her face, and I saw
ll was lair as nn uiijei s; iiiM svuiiiii'i-
rli al iliireshoweillofulludvuutageag
she used her utmost elliiiUito cuibin
her Imrse and her hair .which had e-
near enough to set that the garb
was now I eyond her control, and a ca
tastrophe was i lev iliihle.
A luinur. I -l,irtcl fnrwurl at
Clipeil 11(1(11 lliei inoiill iimi nnn umil'l IstCIICC or llcpiiVed Of their fllir Share pnieil!ri.-l w all y""i and HIM .T JOU i IIKtLEH IX
it, (I iivieil, n wave of gold, far in her ((r happiness and enjoyment In life "rB immensely rich." " e"i" J'ai in. r n
wuke. I was near enough to see the within tiie hrlersp:icc of 11 ve months. Ped Havld'" erhaps it Is hue, but , I homhprO YMfiM hi I TP 1 1 TiTl 119
lil.iiiin ol exc temeiit Hid i from her i ........ .. !.,. ......i.. ii...u...l wu can not take our cold with us ll Q lUOId I IQ luul LUI bKtl U V Qlld
" , . l ii' n (9 rwui rinniiiriT 1 1 in I , ., tt 1 I I
cliit'KJt u In ii hlirf lioiinl my wurulu ,ltvll ..f i
I fall speed, and gained the hi Ink of the
'nullah Just In time to nee the
horse and Its rider disappear from
view in the Isillliiir flood that aunred
at my feet. Kor a few seconds I stood
paralysed then 1 saw the animal
struggle to Ibe surfnee, and knew that
Its rider had freed herself. There was
little chance of saving her, I knew;
it would In almost madnesa to at
terap It; but it rlasheit across my
mind that It would be better to end
life in a bolTI effort to rescue a fellow
creature, tlian to meet deuth at the
hand of my friend of yc-sterduy. I
dolled my IsMits, my hat and coat,
and plunged Into the aeetliing MimmI.
The circling eddies bore me down
ward and onward, but I was a strong
swimmer, nnd I struck out bravely
until I gained the surface gained it
Just In time to grasp the trailing rid
in habit of the ladv I essaveilto'
save. I twined one arm around h
bet dainty waist, anil drew her beau
- i i
toons heud, with its drip,iiwg tleeee
of locks, uon my shoulder, wlillo the
rushing, loumlng torrent, (sire u
along over rocks Hint bruiseil
tof our flesh, through deep, whirling
Katis. that strove to suck us under, !
ftlin iliuvil .luun mmAmljui Ivlio-n tliu !
waters broke with hissing roar,
though they merrily gleamed and
ilusiieil In the crimson glow of the
setting sun. llruipcd and buttered
by the collision with the cruel rocks,
tli life breath well nigh stifled In
my throat, and my strength rapidly
giving way, yet I clung tightly to the
pretty stranger then unconscious In
my. arms,' fully resolved that grim
detail himself should not part us.
Ovir another waterfall the hist flood
ei riled us, and wheu we issued from
th7 flying foam nt its foot, to feebly
float was all that I could do. My brain
'wae all in a whirl, nil power to resist
waa fust leaving me, when the cur
rent bore us under the bunk at a
plaeo where bushes reached utmost to
the water's edge. I grasped riMit,
but the stream tore me from my hold,
ami1 1 gave up nope.
All instant afterward, however. I
found myself caught in the bushes of
a irtu tliat had fallen partly across
the nullah, and to It 1 clung with
die man (icstieration inni love oi
life alone cm instill into the heart of! in value, and If the fnmilv consist of
. r...mi...i.i -i... -i . ii. .. .
mnii, i etui neiu mc iim.v, cui"c(i .
her Hose to me, though I feared she'
never more would breathe again. I ;
was not one to relinaulah the nil,e I
uaasn strenuously imiiieu lor, so, us-
lug what little power I still ISMse-seil.
I puslietl her up, mid laid heron a well-
r. ...W&.l 1.. I.nl. ..H.. I U......l...l .... ...
llt, ulu oiiuSBh.-m on m
tl. .miu. ... ca.. I r
At this ixilnt thenullnh's bank was
low, and only tall trees dotted the female member of the family and tor
plain beyond Its brink. As I straight- family use anil being so applied, six
enuil mvsidf. I mw to mv exiiHiliii!rl.,nir -vnj.,1 i.,,. i-. . i i.i.-i,..iu
i nvi three horsemen coin In a swiftly
across the pen tcim. I shuuted loudly, I
aiiracieii meir niieiuinu, nun mey
rode swiftly down when theyrecog-
nlzed the erllous predicament I was
j In.' My head was dixxy, audi was:
j well nigh overcome with exhaustion,
ilfjt I managed to retain my hold un-
til I frit a pair of .strung arms clutch I
me and bear me ashore then 1 sunk
into a deep swoon.
When my senses returned, I ills-
covered that I was lying upon a couch
in my own quarters, and by my side
wusHiniiuiiiK jneiiieuniii iinwson.
Twoothergentlemen wei-eseated neor
. me veiuuou, w iin iiieiruucKs tuwaru
.. i.. ...i.i. .i.. ii i... . i
' i . .. . ...I ....... iir.. . uu.,i...-
uijr i inmni j tun imn lilt? ill nn.iii
that of mv precious Hertha. and mnv
uimi mess you lor i ne guiiani ncuon
you performed !" he said, and his
flue, frank face gleamed, and his
. lt....u...l ...l.l. .... . ... I. .. I
ieye.1 gnsteiivu wko w rs ui ne nneii
1 tried to reply, but I was terribly
prostrated, and a choking sensation leases but not exempt from distress
(,,,,, y throat stayed my utterance, ijorsale for taxes, or refusal to work
'sank buck upon my pillow, and clos- n public roads, or for flues and costs
K n,v Cycs, mentally thanked lor voting out of the civil district or
heaven for liuvlng nided me to pre ward lu which the voter lives, or for
Nome weeks passin neiorei regain-
ed convalescence; but Mrs. Fraser,
who had not sustained such severe
contusions as myself nursed me so
tenderly thnt I at length recovered
,y pristine vigor,
Many years have tone by since
then, and Mrs. Fraser' Im ks are
gmyl-h now; but herduughter's liave
tbo irohloll hue her lllllthnrfM Worn
irnnn w hose wire 1 su veil the man
. who challenged mo to u duel thai
wag never fought?
The llarrar T War.
A KuroMuu critld reckons that at
least Itin.otio men have perished
killed outright or slowly by wounds
ami disease since August 4, when
W.isciihurg was stormed and the
first big light of the war took place:
that another hundred thousand have
Imbibed the seeds. of disease which ! pnrly met with acrushing defeat yes
will uol only shorten the natural du- leniay. in the Hot Springs contested
ration of their own lives, but be
transmitted to generations yet liu -
born; that probably "SI.ISM) widows
and more than IMU.OtNlorphaus mourn as to who has the power in the House,
the loss of husbands and fathers; that The claytou purty made a doieii In
from 7H,tNN) to HO.iMKl other homes etteetual motions during the day lo
have been made desolate by the loss ! adjourn. There is great rejoicing
of sous or brothers who -were their over the result.
ut... . ,,.i ii.,. nn i., ..rni.io.ui
...'in u lit ! i.' i t s IX r t It t u ful t v
nun million nf luiiii 'iii iieimra iinrn.
,lreetly, either been Mlibed of exls-
there are t lie destruction of the means
of inalt ri il comfort, and Ihe longimr
for ri'vengu which the struggle is eu
An ' Art ! Amemi the rempMt !
.awn ana etuprif lnem Mil
Skc. 1. lie It enacted by the Gene
ral Anembly of theHtateof Tennes
see, That thereshall la exempt from
Execution, Attachment or Ournlsli
nient, thirty dollars of wages of me
cliniilcsor other lalsirlng meir; pro
vided that the lien created by service
at garnishment shall only effect that
IMirtion of laborer's wage that may
ie due at the time service made, and
not any future wages.
8kc. He it further enacted, That
tiie following personal property shall
Im vunt .t fnun j vwntiikia aitt-iiraa t
u t i....i...r
families: two b1s, bedsteads and ne-!
ccssarv clothing for encli. And f,,r
uix.li tlirno ..I. II. !, nt ni.u f,.m- !
lit Alia aflilttlitllgal Ium I luutunAtl aiiil'
neeewiArv bed ehithlnr. tlm value of
. . . . . r.-, - :
such liedstend In no case to exceed I
tweiity-flve dollars; two cows and
calves, If the family consists of six
ne mora n.f-nn. ll.rW. e..ur. ..r n.wn
II 1 1 1 M . iiiv . ninv "I
frks. one dozen nlstes. half doxen
dishes, one set of tablespoons, one set
. I I . . . ..." -t...i. '
teasiMxina, one bread tray, two pitch
era, one waiter, one coffee pot, one
tea pot, one canister, one cream jug,
one doxen cux and saucers, one di
ning table and two table cloths, one
doxen chairs, one bureau not to ex
ceed forty dofluis in value, one safe
or presa, one wash liasin, one bowl
and pitcher, one washing kettle, two
washing tubs, one churn, one looking
gloss, one chopping ax, one spinning
wheel, one loom and gear, one pair
cotton cards, one pair wool cards, one
cooking stove and utensils, or one set
ot ordinary cooking utensils, one
wheat selve, one cradle, one Bible and
Hymn Honk, and all books used In
schools, two horses or two mules, one
horse and mule or one horse or mule
and one yoke of oxen, one two-horse
wagon not to exceed seventy-flve
dollars In value, and harness, one
man's saddle, one woman's saddle,
two riding bridle-, twenty-flve bar
rels of corn, twenty bushels of wheat,
five hundred bundles of oats, Ave
hundred bundles of fodder, one stack
of liny not to exceed twenty dollars
less than six persons one thousand
imunils of nork. slamrhtered or on
r,,t. r lx liumlred nounds of lincoii:
lo - If
UiX persons, then twelve hundred
noundtf of imrlc or iilnn hundred
pounds of bacon, nnd all the poultry
" . . . . ' m
on iiiuiii nun iowis to tne vsiue or
. . .t .1.11 l. I.
Hot inunufucttired bv the wifeornnv
iwein v-ii ve tioiiar. a noiiieiiiHiiei-ap
lot coal, nml to beads of fnmllie hp
any single female who uses the same
for a HvcIIIkkmI, one sewing machine.
hkc. 3. lie it furlliereuactctl, That
r the head of the family be engaged
hi agriculture thereshall be further
exempt in his hnnds the following
property; two plows, two hoes, one
irrubliltiir lute, one eutUntr le. mi
harvest cradle, one set of plow gears,
one pitchfork, one rake, three Iron
wedges, Ave head nf sheen and ten
head of stock hogs. There shall also
lie exempt in the hands of each me-
jciianlc iii the Slate who is engaged In
the nursuit of bis trade or occiion-
.. . . .... .
Hon, one set of mechanics' tools, sucli
as are usual and necessary to the pur
suit of his trade. There shall also be
exempt one gnu in the bunds of ev
ery male citizen of the age of eight
een years and upwards and every
female who is the head of a family.
There shall also be exempt to heads
of families fifty pounds of picked
cotton and twenty-flve pounds of
wool, and a sufficient quantity of up
per uud sole leuther to provide winter
shoes for the family. And to each
mechanic who Is the head of a family
fifty dollar worth of lumber or ma
teiLl. iSw. 4. Holt furt her enacted, That
a homestead In i lie possession of each
heud of a family and the improve
ments thereon to the value of In all
one thousand dollars, hIioII lie ex
empt from execution or attachment
or sale, under legal process, In the
manner prescribed by An Act to .Se
cure a Homestead to each head of a
family in tills Htate, and to give ef
fect to section two article eleven of
the Constitution, and to repeal chap
ter eighty-five of the Aetsof 18G7-H
and Section 2114 to i!l of Ihe Code
in regard to Homesteads, chapter
LXXX, passed June 27, INTO, and ap
proved June 2t, 1870.
Hkc ft. He It further enacted, That
till of gold ersonnl proierty and
Uomestead shall tie exempt iron)
seizure In crimlnul as well as In civil
awuy, or selling Intoxicating liquors
on election days.
riKt'. II. He it lurtlier enact etl, Thnt
when a tlebter aliscoiids or leuves his
family, the exempted property shall
lie set apart for the use of the wife
and family and shall Is? exempt iu
Ihe hands of the wife or children nnd
Milch iirooertv on the (tenth nf the
nu'ii..r mIoiII Li nvmnnl III Hie lluuiiv
Hkc. 7. He it further enacted, That
this uct shall lake etloct from and
after Its passage , the public, welfare
russeti Jan. 31, 1871.
W. O'N. l'lCItKINH,
Speaker House of itepreeen tat Ives.
1). H. THOMAS,
Streaker of the Somite.
Approved leb. 1, 171.
J). W. C. Skntkii, (Jovernor.
Tllfc Avalanche's Little Hock spe
cial huvbi in the House the Clavton
'election case. Three sitting memla-rs,
,ll fileiidsi.f Clay ton, were ousted by a
voteof ItoWl wliicliscltlesthemstter
" Wki.i.. Pa viii," said a I
i worthy cllUcn, to one of the Wall
ii""tes, " Ihe world
Udi" the quiet retort.
- ! Thk dearest m it on earth the store
j where they do not advertise.
WHOLE JsO. 2,148.
Too PooH.-The followlna Incident
poiiitH a moral In the Interest of t lie
newspaper fraternity we commend
It to our agents and friends t The
editor of the Hum I New Yorker was
sitting In if ufltce one after noon
some years ngo. wlien a farmer friend
came In and said : " Krleial Moore, I
like your paper, but times are so hanf
that I cannot pay for it."
" Is that so, friend Jones? I'mrery
sorry to hear that you are sojioor :
and If you are so heard run I will
give you mv paper."
"O no ! I can't lake It s a gift."
" Well then let's see how we can
rl x It. You raise chickens. I bel leve."
Yes, n few, but they don't bring
any thing hanllv
"I"'t they ? Neither does my
P"per bring anylhlng liarilly. Now
I llBVe lrn Wltillll o m ike VOU !
I will rouUntin your naner. and
whenjTMi go home, ym may select
' . .. .
lr,,n' J'0"1" ' wl1 and call her
J"1" lnk K"sl care of her and
,,rl mlf l"1 wl?r.,l,,,r'."
eggs OT clllckells, atltl We Will Call It
r . ....... i.. i. m - ii
. " A1? r,?,1i hrother Moore;" and
1 ,e old fellow chuckled at what he
t hnlKrll t Wat flL enidtnl ImeitMlit if a
thought was a capital haruain. He
kepi the contract strictly, und nt the
cuu Of ine year lounil that lie had
fa Id about four prices for his paper.
Ie often tells the Joke nn himself,
and says he never had the faca to snv
he was too poor to tuke a paper since
A Yankkk, writing from Texas to
inenpringneni, (.uass.) KrpniUican,
thus aiieaks of the extent and cancel-
ty of the Htate of Texas When we
remember that Texan hag territory
enough to make one hundred and
eighty such mate aa Rhode Island.
thirty like Massachusetts, or six New
York Htates, with a climate, except hi
a tew locations In the low land as de
lightful and healthy as any Htate In
the Uulou. with tlllnire and irrailmr
plains not excelled, with timber lands
anti water powers, c ttou fields and
sugar plantations, wheat and corn
counties why, then, the greatly In
creased population since the war. and
the constant ride of Immigration flow.
ing in tinny from the Western and
Southern States, evidencing Its worth
to ine farmer, cotton and sugar plant
er as well as to the capitalists, is uo
longer matter for wonder.
A few days since, three bears were
round in the hollow or one tree In the
upper end of Hawkins county, Tenn.
A bill has been Intnsluced Into the
Missouri legislature to extend the
corporate limits of the city of St.
Isiuis so us to embrace the entire
county of St. Louis. This would be
Ihe largest city corporation in the
A Kkxtvcky pnper says It Is pot
ting quite fashionable In that quart
er to cucIohc a dollar with marriage
notices when sending tkein to the
printer. A gissl custom, that ought
to prevail everywhere.
' Six dollars to printer and priest,
No sens ble man could refuse;
Five dollars to render him blest, .
And one to publish the news.
A wao said of an egotistical writer:
"Somelssly should take pity ou his
readers and put out his I'm."
A nkoho woman on the farm of
Itobert H. Hradlev. in Wllliamsoii
county, died lust week, at the nge of
one uuuureti ami rourteeu yiars.
The Methodist church at Salt Lake
City, has one hundred members, and
six Methodist ministers are already
at work In that Territory.
An Ico bridge has formed over Ni
agara river, below the falls, and it is
said to be frozen so hard that it may
remain lor many wecKa.
A Versnhle (III.) prophet predicts
that on July 4, 1H71, a child will be
born in Uulncy, who will be able to
speak in three hours after its birth
Four vessels, of which three ure
steamers, are loading at Chicago with
provisions for France. They will
lake out nearly ten thousand burrels
eacii ot pork and flour.
Is Law to n, Michigan, a man
chocked his wife just because she
knocked him dow n with a slick of
stove-wood and threw a bucketful ot
scalding water ou him. The brute
was iiuU ?! ".
" Wki.1., Mrs. Smith," snld Mrs.
Jones, " ir I'm anything, I'm a Uni
tarian; what religion are you?" I
ain't quite surtuin wliut they calls It,
but my old tuunsuys he's a vegeta
rian." A eoi'XTKY squire In Massachusetts
was called In by a colored family to
make a few remarks at the ruueral of
her son, lu the absence of the clergy
mail of the place. The weeping
menus were seuied anout the room,
when he arose and said : "It's nrettv
bad; but. If I wusyoti, I would"! tuke
on ho. It's all for the best, H'ptgte
ne u nveo anil grown up to be a rut,
healthy' Isvy why be'd never tie
nothlit' but a d d nigger anyhow!"
TllBHolivnr Bulletin state that
Mr. Charles Davis, an old man about
seventy years of age. has recently dis
appeared, and It Is su pi Mined that he
drowned himseiriu the Hatchie river,
ns he remarked a few days previous
to tiisiiisappenrauce thut he wag tired
DRUGS AND DYESTUFFS t
8. B. STEWART,
rUIII.IO KtjUARR, Ct.ARKSVILl.E,
PC LIS IV
iruRs, Mrdlrlne, Chrnilcals, Toilet
and Fanry Aril rl a, DypilutTs,
Fain', Olli, Variilnhri, VI la
do ar Class, rail)', Brain
en, Pare Mine and
MedlrlnM wurrsnted of the belt quslllr.
Ill will lit mIiI at lbs lowcit priori for nub.
8wcil slirnlion g'nr.m lo the compound
ng of Hliviicuini' rt-acrliiioas.
8. II. KTBWART.
Mi. T, UH8-ly
AVII1. M. IIAYH,
X: lee t'O I' H Til HTNKKT,
Karri Mmlr I Naslral VrrrhandUe,
MI'SIC S lNTHI ITI05I HOOKS.
a' order by Mail ur K.sprc iieoinpHy
KATES OF ADVERTISING
t MO MO It MU
X (Ml m 1.1 M
10 no it no to
IH IKI Oil 9tA 0"
IA im i fw an is
JO on ! 00 Mf
gon:nno mi oi
ar, on so
eu mi en loo i o
in iki i ll nu
laoo l', oo
A rail 17 on
o mi. n nil
i Nil ii in n
V Co -..
1 Mliat OU
To Advertisers. t
mw Parties artvertWrm hr eontrset, for
glvcm time, will lie eonrtmsl lo their legni
in nle biitiiH-t anylliliig tiut-ide uC U I
will beclmrgisl for wnarnlely.
mm- Aiiv-rtiMiM. fur a HiMsdnetl time, ex-
eeetllng three months, will hnve Ihe privi
lege of renewing I heir iMlvertlntments
(liiHrtcrly; all xlr cliiig wl
.W.W1 IOC. ...
as- Ihnible-enmmn nrertlseml will
be charged nnn-Hilnl lunn Hi gular
W Kunernl NolU-ea. IHiltnsrles, or any
otWrr amtwr ili"ervtng prlvam Inierenl,
will necnargettm- . . . ,
mm- Notice In local anit inwsMal cotama
are matters of peetal coiilrm-l. .
I am eonslantly amiing , n ,i
. "we ;,, ,. U- j ,1 i v.' I! i ,v
To my Block, and ln4lt nil penmnsib half
and examine them. To till lirnneli of m?
buslne 1 am giving eetiUl intent km,
uud I am determined lo sell nt prices lha,
will compare favofiiU $ with any market.
My Leweit Trice la 39 vrnt.
M ant Lowmt Price U It cental
for 13 eenU jo can kare choice)
Patterai la bright, aretty cvlora. i. i
Jn the. higher grades Hpeclul Burgalntara
OIL CLOTHS la all width.
COCOA M.ITTU6, STilW XITTIJIC,
BRirnrrL res, cocoa mats.
WIXDOW SHADES alwayi eahaad.
BKATTiriL Cl'KTAIX lAlASiB. M
. ' . '
Iridic jdeasc call and exnniliin tliese
Hood. ' m: ,.1'J
B F. coulter.; ;
lice II, 1871.
(: ii 'i
M. C. PITS AX.
Kll. II. l.KWIS.,
PITMAN & LEWIS,
jtpW twmrt Hum,
We nRHPKtrrrri.i.Y asnhi'Nce ii'
uur ciisuimcr the arrival nf our . ,
VaXV antl AVlnter
Men and Boy s.
The stock wilt he found well assorted la
ipiulltlc ami hIoch, eomprlsliig
FANCY AND STAPHS GOODS,'
The stock nf linen Imanin lltwssMilrta
mid KiirulKliliig Hood I, per Imp. Ills
fullest nnd !! In the elty, and very tlevlr- '
iililiiwdi-ctlnnsunn now be mnde fnim It. .
IkMiUnnd shoe, Hat, t 'nne, I'mbrelliui,
Tiunks, Valine. lieather-llaudlMig, -
liendent, Hlovimand Hosiery all onVretl at
Ihelnweal market price for nudi. The en-
tlreipH'k will bo kept assorted Willi sea
Molli'ltlng fretiuenl rails from III publls .
PITMAN ft LEWIS. '
riarkvllle,Vt. I, TO If
SETTLE A SON
Wholetale and JlclaU
COII FECTI 0 H ERS1
Family Grocoro t
IIABBISOX i WALL'S SEW BHLDIC,
CLARKSVILLE, . . TENN.
HA VK J t HT It W Kl V Kl A X ll OI'KNKII
el their new laud, a lurgu nnd vaib-d
iiseorlmi'Ht of ,
ConrcrtiontTlr, Tojn, FrnltN, .
nnd Family Groceries. .
To nn exiimliiiitlon nf which we luvlta Ilia
alteullou ol Ihe public geuerally.
Tobacco and Cigan.
We keen tin band Ilia best nnallly and
brand. AIo a large assorlmenl nf
DrandlCK, Wines and Whiskey,
Of every variety.
BREAD, CAKES, Etc. ,
We hnve employed a most excellent
workman, and will keep constantly on
Bread ef Buperlar Qaalltr,
fake of Krery Vearrlptlaa and Ta .
rlety. Plain er Oraanraled,
la the laeat iti le,
Tn which we Invite tha allenllnn of lha
public gcnerully. KmiiiIIIisi .nd u.iili.
supplied, at abort liullue, with everylhliig
nissied . a. Or a.
On mo ChickonH
FINE STOCK, ETC.
TIIKIIK will lie found al KflUor's nest '
Mini Ion nn Hie Mi'iiiphl. Clurksvllle ud
lulvllle llHllroad. IT mil below 1'lnrk
vllle, the following lrnl. or brcisl of
I bb-ken! Tnrter, Ml rb liiilne. I'lhuivr.
eroswsl ou t ul 111 i .1 lieu, Hob Marc rilnif
tier croNW'd ou I ill lilrii bill, I Ihr
by eroswsl nu I'al lllrd lieu, pure I at
lllrd t.'blckeu. Hie fllieat gmoe ehlkena In
Hie world) price In i-ciolinv Willi Ilia
nniiilsT. lae, etc., purclinid. I'onlliv
nil set would do well lo have ixcluslMly
n.iiiie cblckeii; l have limn Ove to i
hundred on hsiiil.nll Hie tlnm. and Iism
never ws-n a case ol eboleia among my
chicken. I do lint know wind 11 I.
All kind of bull. ling lumlier on band all
I e lime: iuiWihI Yellow 1'iiiiIhp Mlilnwl.
ulmi wwed Isithe.
A nne llii.rtiiiuli linsl Hlnlllnn. lreg be
Miindnil lieinoink, .lninel'. JohiiMiu'solit
horse, uud wu puii b'il of J. ('. JukuxMit
will lie four venr old nel spring. I'urn
n one nesier ling, tir .irfrtr lac.
Tlioroiigbbis iN toii Hull, Hi" fin. l Imut
I" no , , - 1. li. W t.HI.
i 4iV. , 7'-ly