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CMkRuviu.; TsJiN., Dnos Li, 1372.
NHBLETt fc, CiRfANT,
. tun or ADriutfiio,
Jay U.'tjs nigh h all oitt
lour rite Ol auvTTiixir.z win ikj in- -
cre.od per column, owins to tho in- hirtli-da.v of the j racealle tod lowly
ere nJ lonfithtf tliehrft which ws Jwm of N'siareth. Humbly born
I will pntlil sndthcenlsrd editions land ro!frd among U.apoor, tat nreUa
Ithat willhoienfterl.eiie.iio !. We will ' man of sorrow and scfiuninted. with
1 ' I -i i : - - l .1 i. ... -M
Oa dollar at ianrA f Mn lint or Wa..inot only nave icn?uiencu onr roiumimiirp.i, uu iuuukii wmiiu uu u ,
aud thu Increase the ?pico in escu no was tmnom mn. , iiui tieuner me
column, hut we will hs prhited'onch .humility anJtjflaring of his life, n$r
nmiT noiTHERX haiikoad.
Trln Mo. 1 srrlTM and leea at 1?:6 A.
Trntti fo. ftrnrM and IravMfttlaC p. at.
Trl N. C, Aco'iuod'n, Ituves at ) A. M.
I' v ' '. OIKOSOtTTIt.
Train Mo, 1 arrlvo knit lnM at 4:M .
Train Mi. S arrives snJ loav.is t 4:10 a.m.
1 ruin Ha. 6 rcMrti nl fc55 P. M.
wJ'Mijt. I n r nmtl frcltn.
We hoj6 tho business men of this
city nnd vicinity will find it to their
interest to advortise with us largely in
outfit Lwlie id January. And tboao
who. deciJe,to do so will please band in
their advertisement at as early a day
aa possihle, at least, during Christinas
Nkxt week we will issuo do paper,
recording to a time honored custom in
thin offico. Dut after Christmas the
(. iiROVici.E will be a regular visitor
to our prcreut readers, and we hope
many other, who will aoon become
mhscrilicre. Our next iaeue will be
in a new drew and enlarged form.
week a much grestcrnurnlcrof copies
And we call the aUenliou of our ad
rcrtiinjr. patrooj to this fact, be
cnuse .an lertisnieiit . which is
the'beaven-born purity of his worda
and deeds, sared him from death, at
tho baud of the people? whom
he came to save. Vet amid tho
read by two fhoimad persons is worth unutterable tortures of crucifixion, he
twice ill much aa one which is read by J prayed for the enemies who persecuted
ono thousand. We have made ar-ihim to death. It is a sad story, that
rsngemoaUi to keep constantly in tho patient, pitiful life of the Son of Goc
field a canvasser For subscriptions un-
on earth, to tnero human intelligence ;
but infinite Wisdom, looking through
all coming nges and foreseeing tho re
sults of that life, proclaimed through
til our circlation reaches four thous
and, at least, chiefly in this and neigh
boring counties. And in doing this
wo shall not only serve our own inter-'augelio heralds, at it very beginning,
est, but alao the interests especially of i eaco aud good will to all men.
those who advertise in our paper, and And we do well to ccaRe from our
!n,i;,nflff nrnmni thn liuniiieits wel-ilabors and rejoice In remembrance of
fare of this city. Tho prosperity of, h' coming. Tho blessings of christi
any commercial and manufacturing j nit-v e enjoyed by us all to a much
onmmnnitv : trends to a verv rreat ex- greater extent than many of us sup-
tent upon its facilities for advertising. ! I)0se- The mere'y materiat blessings,
2. We propose now to offer toClarks- j resulting directly and positively from
villa a more valuable, (becauso wore I'gl 'ic Jms brought into
widely circulated.) advertising racdi- th world, are innumerable and many
urn than wo have hitherto done, but!of t,,9m 100 va8t for
f :i. i,u .!.. t.i. I prehension. Tho stoam
of money and of labor. W c bavo al
No wonder McConnac turns
out such finely cxcctited work,
having llio best instruments,
best light and finest, purest
chemicals known to tho art.
CORNS ! No; euro, no pay.
Only COcentaper bottle. For
sale by OWEN & MOORE
Depot for all Patent Medi
cines Simmons' Liver Reg
ulator, Vinegar Bitters, Hos
teler's Dittcrs,' Rangum
Root Liniment, Danforth's
Sanative Dentifrice, etc. We
sell all Patent Medicines,
Wholesale or Retail, at
OWEN & MOORE.
McCormac's Art Palace is
a favorite resort for newly
married couples." Mac. makes
everv haDDV nair a present of
ono of his Imperial Card Pho
tographs of themselves dur
ing the honeymoon.
' OS Wadmwlnv. 1Mb n4., on lb pram-1
larm, iiil'wt from ClMrksvliln, on
Knbviil l'ih, 1 will unit to the blxhfMt ;
blUitt-r, for niikli, all my frmlu ln.plH-;
niau,on3-lioivectn and hrnM,ort
buftlty, ailM n hint rat mul andr koimI
fAinlly busirr liorasiind lhr crtod milk I
flown, two ut t bam giving milk tad tue
onnnicn -1 1 nn n i . r . n
III KM WlnMri Wtoh Vi, 'n
mum wiaisiv wmmm
outer ill bt In a law day.
?'. It. Iiymah, AnoMobwr.
State of Tennmct Montfcomcrj Co.
Trhrn A Hurrett r. J. T. Illrkman.
In thin chuiki it KuiMMU-kis by anldnvlt
t)it tbvriafoudAnt.J.T. lili:kran, U Ju.il
ly Indebted lo ll pllntltr, nnd lua non
remdent of the Htstn of Tennawo. to thai
th ordinary praeM of law can not by
wirveil him, nnd nn orUlnal allBfh-
)iinir.rin Ixfn mro on niiproiwiy,
UN tliarelor ordered I but publication U)
made In the Ularkavllle Omuomicib, e
nnwnpaporpubllahKd In thpdty of Clark
Ule, for wnka, ooromindlng the aald
J.T. Illakniao to itppear heforwrna, at my
omw In Diet. No. T, Montuoowry on.. Tun.,
on Wmlnnariny, Deo. in, IVi'. nnfl make do
fnnw toanld auit axalnal him, or It will
b proceoded wUUexpnrte. Thin Nov. 18,
17 I). In HM1T11, J. P.
Nov. 23, 1H72-4W.
NEW GOODS !
Wk begin with this issuo. to give in
a clniwified form various ileuia of Ken
tucky now, for the benofit of our rcad
tTH over tho bonier. Our circulation
in Kentucky is already cotwiderable
and will bo greatly incronaod, wo have
rcaHon to believe, during the coming
year. ' - : . , .
OCa CAttaiEH, who has been faith
ful in the diutharge of his duties du
ring the year, will have a ncitAd
. dre.w to.dolivor to our patrooH on
ChrUtmiR morning. We hope he may
meet a cordial reception from all.
Tiik Ia( range and C'lurk furnaces in
Stewart couuty arc turning out 30 ton
of iron a day.
S,t learn that fSiii the price ofTurfd
for loose tobacco of good quality; but
producer aro not vcryeoEcrto accept.
It is reported that about three
fourths of a million bushels of poa
nutti arc rained along tho valley of the
ready expended a large sura in cneh for
the improvement which wo will soon
have consummated; weexpect to spend,
pcrhapa, a sum equally largo iu can
vassing for Bubseribera. Of course,
thin will result directly in bonefits to
oursclvca ; but indirectly, our adver
tising patrons will aluo be benefitted.
More than thin, we claim that to ad
ecrt'iKe more widely and pointodly any
business carried on in this city, will
way, telegraph, printing presa, Hewing
machino and thousands of other inven
tions, aa we call them, ' would most
probably never have existed were it
not, that the religion of Jesus, in
enlightening, the spiritual nature of
man, also has aroused bio intellectu
al faculties . into greater activity.
Christianity in saving the soul quick
ens the mind. , Christian nations are
the most advanced in all tho arts and
sciences. There is hardly a device for
surely increase that business to the 9avin la.Dor ana ""'"S " mo.re re"
extent that it is properly advertised, m,uneratlve , ihlit ot originat
aud to extend the business of oven a oJ among those who profess to bo d.s-
single house will add in some measure c'l,,cs of Ch"Ht: ,A VT ,bl,d t1-
tlieV r.nin.i"unt once called the method of teach-
rm.nitv at 1r aa that in ctendimr . iu tbo blinJ to "ad by raised letters,
tlin niri-iil.itmn nf thil Pll nONirl.K. a,
an ntK-ert;inir medium, wa aro advane-l10 claimed that Jesus, by this means,
inir not only our own and our patrons' iwas m in the world opening the eyes
interests, but also thoso of Clarksvillo of iU tlin1. according tho prophe
ii T? ,nn,l advortUine- cy, "the, eyes of the blind shall
i ' m- a " ,
MiTRFKKK.r.ono jail was broken
Thursday ti'ght, 12th, and Monroe
Martin, aocu-e l of murder, was res
cued, lie is now at larco.
Th widow of the latelLx-Uovernor
Trousdale broke lu r left arm near the
boulder by falling, while in the cellar
of her residence, in .Sumner co., on
on Monday of last week. Though the
Iracturo was a very serious one, slio is
doin.i well aud is expected to recover
AN oleetion lor municipal fiitieers
will tuko place in Krin the first Salnr
day in January. A e have not learned
whom tho honor of being the first
Mayor will Ml upon ; but if tho town
is as fortumite in its selection of uiu
nieipal officers at it has been in the
matter of uecu ring a first cI.ibs hotel,
thi-ro will Ik; but little ground of com
plaint. Jhv Central is a rural Max
TKACllErts' Assofi.vrioN Meetino.
The West Tennessee Teachers' Asso
rUtton will meet at Jackson onTliurs
lv, th Wlh day of this month. All
interested in the cause of education in
our Statu are invited to attend. Dr.
J. D. iMic.trer, President of Stewart
College, will bo iu attendance and ad
dress tho Association. " Out of the
abundance of tho heart the mouth
npeaketh;" and lr. Shearer, having a
mind richly stored with knowledge on
educational subjects, and long experi
ences a practical educator, will given
fine literary treat to the assembled
teacher aud frieuds of education.
medium, like a good pair of shoes, a
good hat, coat, stovo or plow, or any
thing else that is good, must be paid
for with a good, fair price. Poor
prices make poor work.
3. Wa hope, then, that we will be
liberally sustained in our efforts to
supply an additional aid to the busi
ness of our cily. We return sincere
tl.anks to our patrons for their gener
ous support iu tho past nnd assuro
them that though wo shall, after theinntter
be opened. ' It was in tho full blaze
of evaugelio ligkt that this method
Let us then Joyfully celebrate the
coining anniversary of his birth. Ilia
were the sorrows and sufferings ; upon
us arc showered the blessed fruits of
TnE eleventh number of tho Rural
Sun is before us full of tbo most cu
tortaiuing and instructive reading
Tfc nnt:linil a vow a-rntit,!.
clo of this year, increase our ad ver.l of he gt
using rates, yet reany tney win ie an,l ,.rk ., u .. .f s. t, i. r
hnvenowinatnreandare reeiM vl n g ft great
variety o( articles suited to tho
BAISIXS, tn bozea, boxea and boxca,
KUTtS, of alt kiuds, CRACKERS, At., Ac,
to which thoy invite ths attention of mer
ohanta. Ueo. M-2w.
gainers in the end.. The
apparent mtlier than real,
their advertisements have
incicara is E R. K,, including an interesting ao
bor whore count of tjl0 great Ktntneky coai
hevetoiore'r,,!,;.,." , ,ttlln Tt;, t.
met tbo eye, of a thousand, we prom- fC9 No. ItI(.. or a 8umy of ,ho ya,.
t.3 that next year they hali met the ,oy of Ea)t TonneMeo ApricuUural
evi3 of twice, if net thrice, that mini- oi . . , ,
. . ' .." , - . .uncmiBiry ami ueoiogy oi renuessec;
be twj thousand copies.
Bvlng determined tore1uneonr large and
well selected atock of.
BOOTS and SHOES,
otc.we crvll thnatlontlon of onr nomeroon
frlenda to ttw faot that wo offer them now
greater Inducement than ever, our atock
Fancy Dress Goods
and Ladles' Cloaks will positively be
SOLD AT COST !
CalmerM. Clothing. Hiita. Boo to. Bhoes.
Med llluiifcotn, un lmmenae lot of HultHE
Hmnkois, MlmwlH, t lira, Alpaonx.at greatly
rtniuuuu priuw. tv u are agouw lor
P. TEACHER'S JEANS.
Country'Storohanta wilt find it, to their
llitoreit to duul with um. ioxliu iuducv
laeuU offered at wholeanle.
Our Balosmen are
A. SLO.tX, A. I.. WIIITAUFR,
L. til' It 11 H. HH'T MAIMIAHT,
W. T. AVKIUTT.
SIGN TWO SHADE TBEES.
Every year jncreasoa the ropu
larity of this valuable Hair Prep
aration, which is due V merit
alono. We can 8ure our old
patrons that it in kept fully up to
its high standard ; and it is the on
ly rcUablo and perfected prepara
tion for restoring Obat oe Faded
Hair to its youthful color, making
it soft, lustrous, and silken. The
scalp, by its uso, becomes white and
cloan. it removes nil eruptions ana
rlanrlmfE and. bv its tonio broDer-
ties, prevents tho hair from falling
out, m it stimulates nnd nourishes
the hair-glands, vj us use, ine
hair grows thicker and stronger.
In baldness, it restores tho capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
will create a new growin, except in
extreme old age. It is the most
economical Hair-Drkssino ever
used, aa it requires fewer applica
tions, and gives the hair a splendid,
glossy appearance. A. a. iiayes,
State Assaycr of Massachu
setts, says, " The constituents are
pure, and carefully selected for ex
cellent quality; and I consider it
the Best Preparation for its
Sold byaUDrufgisitniul Dealer in itedletnm.
Frio On Dollar.
FOB TUB WHISKERS.
As our Rcnewer in many cases
requires too long a time, - and too
much care, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, we have prepared this
dye, in one preparation, which will
quickly and effectually accomplish
this result. It is easily applied,
and produces a color which will
neither rub nor wssh off. Sold by
all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
" Many Patron " addressed the
i'aducah Keiituekian tho other day to
complain about the Male and Female
lll(h Schools in th-it city, and auggosu
a meeting of the trustees to nettle
thing generally. Of course 1 Jut
tho plan 1 The proposition reminds
sine of tho Indian's brilliant idea :
" I'ghl l"ti cut up, get drank, fight,
Lave heap of fun."
The Pyersburg Progress congratu
lates that town ou its fast beeouiiuga
cotton market. That is right. Let
very town and village iu tbo Htato be
encouraged by all possible means
to busiuess activity an I enterprise.
THE CnnOMCLt PHOTOGR.irnED.
" A hnrtl looking crowd."
a description of Jackson county;
Euglinh Farm Labor Questions; a
poultry article on Game Chickens,
and a variety of other papers each
furnishing valuable information to the
farmer and his family. I t is altogeth
er an elegant, chaste and valuable journal.
MeCoruiae, tho enterprising photog
rapher, having lately purchased for his '
ne-.v g.uiery some very large ami pow- .
eii'ul instruments for taking picture-,! A DrPTRCCTiVE fire occurred in
attempted last Saturday to test their j this city, at the corner of Franklin
utmost streiigth by photographing iiiitnd Fecond bs., opposito Caldwell k
i group the editors and publishers of. Shclton's etablo. on Wednesday night,
this paper. The result was a severe consuming the Skatinz Rink. Honrat-
strain upon the instruments and a very ty & Sullivan's family grocery, the shop
correct likeness oi lour extremely ug-1 0f Sanil Hodgson s marble yard, and
lymeu. lhe artist tried in various an unoccupied grocery store belonging
ways to give a certain degrco oi graco to Corn. Dunne, whose dwelling and
and dignity to tho picture, but all in; Caldwell & Shclton's stablo were con-
vain. JSooks papers, ruanuscripta,Hiderably scorched. In the Skating
pens ana inn were piseeu on tno tauio i u,nk were stored ten or fifteen thous
in tno center ot the group, ami Lousm 'and bushels of wheat, about half of
Moihng,(lwo thousand people call hiin which was saved in a damaged condi
cousin,) was placed in a prominent po- tion, and 250 barrels of corn nearly
smon, wiiu a dook iu nana, and iu a an 0f which was destroyed. There
hieditativo attitude. But this was j W8R $ 10 000 insurance on tho wheat,
luito a mistake, as it turned out, for $o(KK) on the building, aud 800 on the
Cumin Sterling misunderstood thoBtot.k 0f groceries ; but nooo on the
roio no was to piay and, minting no
Poo. 11. 73-if.
The Arm of Harrlaon, Bailey A Co., Is
thla day dissolved, hy mulunl couaent, J.
W. Hiitley having aol.l hla entire IntiTost
In the block of nooiis and buitluoaa, to W.
K. llemlrU'K and K. V, Harrison.
The huttiM Id fill hip, will be conducted
under the Hrm name of Harrison. MusMe
.tl.'u. The new fli in will ai'ltleoll tlnbtanf
llio old firm, and coilcot ull clHlma due
tboru. A. H. HARII1KON,
J. W. BAILKV,
J. J. MAS.HK.
On retlrlnE from the firm of Ifarrlaon.
Bailey . Co., 1 roturn my alncere lhauka
to my IiieiiiU, for tbo vury liberal patron
Hge cxU'i'ilo't to ine, and hope thuy will
oontiuue to do buntm-aa with the new firm,
UnrriRon, Miisnie a i.u, ttcNpeoiruiiv.
Doo. It, 72 lr.
J. W. HAH
A penny aavud la a penny earned, and If
a penny why uoi a noimr T
ai cnapia.u to the group, looked too'ciujc.i ROmc fineiv ;.,,,, wnri, Ti,
marble shop or contents, which in-
solemn. J le ib a solemn man any way; , w,eat belonged to Seat &
but he made the picture entirely too corn o W Itoarb
solemn. The second effort was more Caldwell k Shelton's sUble was
successful. Jim Grant turned Cousin ;Mvcd only by tho energetic and well
Sterling down, and tried tho preach-! aircc.C( effarts of the Hook and Lad
er's attitudo himself. Solemnity was Jcr company. T)iek & Daniel's stable
becoming to Grant and the effoct was' aa aW groatly cndaDgCrcd.
very fine. I ncle Dob Ihomascom- I50th companies of the Firo Depart
plams that there was one feature how-! rnt deserve groat praiso for their
ever, even in tho second picture, hard-. proniI,t aotion) 8nJ powcrfui cxcrtions.
ly correct. He is represented as 8u01l aftcr tho alarm wa8 g;ven and
perusing a cojiy of the Chronicle, juat a9 ,i,0 eug;uu wa!l ar,)roaehiiig
which ho says he never reads. As a til0 fir . kos 0f uowJcr iu tho buru-
We must hot have any little jealousies. ; specimen of photographic art, the pic-1 nf, grocery exploded, throwing sever-
Ve sr4 all in tbo same boat, all want lr 'H do remarkably well. But itll men to tho ground by tho concus-
Jennessee to be great and prosperous.
The members of ths Hook aud Lad
der Company will, during Christmas
week, give an entertainment ou Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday night each
Tho dramatic bill of fare which they
offer includes Ticket of Leave Man,
Wandering Hoys, Dead Shot, Handy
Andy, Ten Nights in a Har Room nnd
the Clarksville Firemen. Poors open
at7ocloek. Tho performance begin
at 8. This borne-made theater propo-
isan unsafe thing to havo hanging up :0n, among the.-o a man named Wolf
loeso abouta house. Unexciting, ami nu,l Mr. Albcrger, ono of tho opera
persons of weak uorves may be pernia- t0M at McCormac's gallery, were so
uently injured by it. The Mormon j vc,eiv fcurli the latter being painfully
F.lder, who is our friend Mac's right; bruised.
hand man at the gallery, as soon asj -jho firo originated about 11 o'clock
the picture was finished, put on his vy Mving a firo in a tove iu the
spectacles to look at it closely ; when,igroeeryiWiu,n u M-a.Bilut up for the
sad to relate I tho glas.-'.os iu his "specs" j njaht.
were crashed into countless pieces, j "
The Elder is almost blind from the Miss Blanche Lewis, daughter of
etfeets of his rashness. A very amia-, our esteemed friend, (Joorge T. Lewis,
lie eat. belouxing to ono of the eroui), i formerly of this city, has charco of
by tho first glance tho Signal Service at McMinville, in
at the picture, and, this State. Her excellent iiualities, of !
ih head and heart, admirably adapt
uent was removed, her lor signal service in any position
SAVE MONEY !
W. W. YALLI VM
For Boots and Shoes.
and save the dollar. I am receiving heavy
lloola and Hhons, for men aud boyn, inude
to my onlur, at old pi legist, which la per
cent IitM than nny muile since lhe sroat Hie
In Hoetoii. I have Just received a fow
CMHr of Ihose extra heavy high cutalioea
for inou and briva. whtiili iiave Riven suo.i
entire aatUbtctlon. Alao aeveral oasNi of
lloobi cheaper than evor. nnd a lull line of
inlHsva anil chllilren'a Hhoea of the bl
mitko, all of wbluti I will aell lower than
thoy have ever been Bold before.
1 nave very large atock of 1 Jul lea Mo
rocco cooil. Home of them extra heavy.
which I nm wIIIIhk to illspuae ol ainiucb
leu man tneir uauai price.
W. W. VAI.LIANT,
Hoc 7, 7Mm
For Rent or Lease.
The lateresblimcoof Uon.J.U. llornber-
ger. In the eiihurha of t'larkuvllle, reiin..
wl lb about aeventy-Ave 1751 acrea of lantf
nltiu'lii'.l, moHt of which la well el. In
mi Hilow. and all under anod plank feuce,
The liouiie 1 a luran iwoatory bnck with
ten roiMiis, paulrls, bathtiiK room, aer
vanta' roimii and kitchen, all under aame
roof, and all tu perfect renair. (i.Mid ala'
blH, carriage house, Ice boiiae, and all
iiecessHrv out building-. Iwo lrnj clalerns
und and pond wiihin twenty aicpi ol the
Ice house and stable. A larxn (ardeu and
gardener' house. An orchard bearing
nearly all the dluervnt varleDce of fruit
Alloeetber II Isoneof the banilNiimeitt and
most desirable auburhau resltleticisi In the
the ISlutc. Ilia Ina few mluulea walk ot
both the male and female college two
lusiitutlons tout aro not aupuased In the
Kor further pnrtleiilars addrensMn". J. .
tloi nbcrg.'r or Col. Julill K. House, Chirks
IKANKLIN: STREET 1 1
In openintr our extensive and care
fully selected stock of Dry Goods for
the coming season, we feel fullv as
sured of our ability to ofler to tbe
puouo an opportunity or combining
elegant style and economy all In one.
kail lea art earnestly and respectfully
invited to make a careful examina
tion of our unrivaled Dress Goods.
dark, rich, warm bued Cashmeres,
nan nets, juennos, ana ueiaines. ele
gant Poplins of every grade and de
scription, black and colored Bilks, ths
price and quality of which cannot be
SIGftl OF EED BAHHBXi,
llavo liow ih store a large and troll selected Stock of
To which thoy ifttitc tho attention of purchasers.
Haw and Kcfinod of all Grades.
SYRUP AND N. 0. MOLASSES,
In large variety and of boat manufactories. 11
SPECIAL ATTS5TI0X CALLED TO
Our Black Alpacas and Mourn
ing Goods, of the very best makes,
newest styles and at lowest prices.
SIGN BIG PADLOCK,
aro now receiving their fall stock of
Axes, Pnmps, Kalis,
Chains, tirlndstoncs, Cross Cot Saws
names, Locks, liana Haws,
Hoes, Hinges, ledarware,
Doiiltlo nnd Hlng-lo
fowder, Shot, Caps, fartrldpes, far-
penters' Toots, toopers Tools,
UUckaTltns' Tools, Iron
Axles, Hprlnirs, Iron and
Steel, Flow Bolts and
Wings, Hobs, Fel
Cast and Stocl
-., lor tno sin in nun oi aw cts, u.ei i ,ei,am( CI)raKl,J
forehiMren.) to furnish a hundreJ ' .,:,, hUl, loofc
times (lie wortnot mat iiiancy in good,; wou!J lot bo p.K.iflci uutll thft'i,
honest, holul.y lanshtcr. TI;e pro-1 (..uise 0f ilcr exciteiuent was removal, h
rccdi ot tneentertrtinuie-iTS will ie ap- ()..r Senior eJ.tor was tu rf.vtlv rieht she m .v lie isi-imicil tn fill.
propriateil to builiJm a house for lhejwht he after a e irefuUxJiuins-l
t'ompany's trucks. This effort to mix I ,; 0( ,i0 photographic likeness of, A. Weill has opeucl his ret-tsur-the
useful with the pleavnit tleserves 1 .1 fl rr nm ".' It's - -i hi d 'ojk'n ' u,,t an'' Saloon, at the oM stand, on
'crow'! " . . iFtriwlcry Alley. Ho propeses to
I , 7"T V , , ! k.vpa fin-t elaul nuse.
' iilE liou-e firmerly o.-cup.ea 1 y ,
1 I'it Mri. tijuu, ou M tin Hlreet, isiul.ci
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ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE !
All persons Indebted to the nutate of Pr
J110. H. Crnucli, ilcc'il, r'.(iU'Uil to
conio furwui'd and H.uko payment, and all
who have I'liitins HKuliiHl tho catulu to irig
aunl Uieill wlihout dclsy.
WM. 11. I'ltDlTCH, A tni'r.
Nov UMt of Jn. H. t'ruueb.
Class Msi'TiNti still Iki LtiJ at Mr
Tue'l'iv n'.eht Tli''
'Cjunu; Tom Hamkv
i" i.; ,.4. V 'lli
.ii-1 :.Tii n, ,1
1 1 1,.- o,h
20,000 HOGS WANTED
1 W ISIl TO Pl'Rf'lI AKF SO. OOO
Rood, wtdl futtd llog, for Cash,
tn lie dtlivci'vil ut the rork-tiouM)
al l lai at viilu, Ti'lill. Applv.at tliol'oik
linn Mi Kt'BillT KLOYU.
Nov. ICi, lPTi-fw
TAX WAl-KM !
ON th firat Monday In January
cecd to sell tli liuls pivl.uli toilvarllsad
and thu iu.,ctllnM uiiy or 1I115 a, I will pro
Iu tliu ( hniiiii'U lo li.ivfl Iho'D snlil on thr
UrM Monday in July, iri. Kl,l isnla an
ld for Tm' for lli ars, 1k4. 1967, ISS,
ivitf. I,jo. and li.
HCMtY I.YI V. Il.-v.frt1.,
N' v. :- -. ih-. .i,i1 j. nl.
Even lady of taste should certainly
have on of our lovely Cash mere
Saonues or handsome Ottoman
Shawls, all of the latest Importations
ana very cueap.
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS,
Klbhons, Ties, Frlnifes, Gimps, La
ecu, i';mbrniiieries, Ateits, all Ktnns
Hustles, KufilliiKS, Handkerchiefs
Lace Collars, Mournine Linen seta
Corsets, Linen Collars, &c. Hosiery
Gloves, aud Unuerwour, or all grades
und styles and at lower prices than
were ever onerou boiore.
We are now ofleriue to the trade
the celebrated Chassou Kid and Cas
ler (Movce, tho best Iu the world, and
will guarantee every pair.
Buckeye Grain Drill,
and evsrj llilni alw. Olva os a rail or send
In your orders, wiilcU will hat prompt
Oct. U. "TS-tf.
An election will b held on Ilia Htb of
January, 1",J. at thu 'lnl NnUonal Hunk
of f laraavlliv, iHilwmm Ihnhnnraof 10 4.
M.aii'14 r. m.. lor tl v lnru'.or fcr said
1 Hans lo serve lt!v,: rimiMif-.
w. r. lit. Mi:. -ahlT
!-- n iv; .
W cached and Drown Douieoties
10-4 and 10-3 KheetltiRs. Table Dam
aaks. Irish Linen. Towels, Napkins
Flannels. Lluseys, Jeans, Cloths,
Doeaklns, Caaalmere. estings, c.
at greatly retlucctl prices.
ROOTS, SHOES A)D . HATS
Full Hues Zeixler f hues, also Lea try
IStxits and Hlioes, all trrades, at low
est market price.
A vcrv handsome line of Carpets,
Oil Cloths, Hugs, Ac, all at prices to
suit the times.
We are confident If you will only
srlve us a call and examine our very
large stock Ixifore purchasing, that
you will Cud It to your Interest to
Buy from us.
Young Hyson, Imperial, Gunpowder, Japan, Oolong, &c.
best m market.
Rio, Laguavra, Java, kc., a largo stock of all qualities.
A largo stock of Draughan's and other best brands of tho
Bourbon and Ryo Whiskey,
BR&HDY M Ml -010,
nm ott) mtt brandy.
in large supply,
Cement. Plaster Paris, Soap, Candles,
Pepper, Spice of all Kinds. '
CHEESE, SODA, ETC.
We arc sole agents in this market lor
tJ 12 I 11 miATEJ)
Our stock is largo, new and of tho best quality, and our
prices as low as anywhere in the -
SOUTH OR WEST.
Orders promptly attonded to and satisfaction giuinmtccd.
As agents for
. E. KnOADDl'H. W. K. BMITII,
12. V. H AIIK1HON.
Yours Respectfully, '
HAr-PlHON, MAnflE '4. CP.
r?r; 1 1 ?? tf.
j Wo will pay the highest market price for wool, nnd will
' ; ceivc wool to he carded and roturn the r.anie in r
WAJVTI5U XYIoGOmi s