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Announcement of niaxrytgeii iV.
free tributes of respect and obituaries
I.Ol 1SVILLE ADXASUVILI.E A
Train No. 2 arrive and li-avosai a. x.
Train No. 1 nrrfvM and leaves at 2:.'S v. M.
Train No. !, Acc'mod'n, leavra at i:3) A. M.
Train No. 1 arrives and leaves at 4:. P. M.
Train No. S arrives audlcitHH lit 2u A. m.
Train No. 5 returns at ' :0ii n.
J"Nos. I an J 2 are mall trains.
CHR0XICLE AND JIURALJiUy. . j
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We will furnish the Chronicle and Rural
Sun, for one year, for SS SO, to all who ile
feireto elub.aa follows:
Any subscriber who nmy be' iuUcWvd tJ
us, by pay ing bis arrearage and tlien pay
inj S3 50 lu advance, vr ill receive both pa
per for one year. , .
All who renew their subscription by pay
ment U tuKava r Jj r JO
All new subscribers who pr.y in advance.
The hcfcAJ. iif fcior Ofpii ablest And
most iatcrosdis ocrWoltarlpflpfrs "pnh
lished In the United States . dlitrs and
publishers lft-e'KPntleineu of liisli charae
ter.strict intetsri'y, andprvat abilty.in.Jl(i
several diartnK-nle! fl'hcy hfie ' always
lern suceessful in whatever i-nterjirlMiS
they lnvunlertalU'UiJlti-!! !:
M'e purpose to make the ( V,m'-oxjr.K
evefy yajf vurtlij-ojf ;xtenslveiatrtmitK
and liberal support. Having largely in
creased our capital Rtoct'and purcliased
the best material and macliiuerjJpr Umi
mtchnnicnl tlepartmipnt, -and liavini; se-ur-ed
the services of the best talent In the edi
torial mnnaKe'meirT, we" ferl "continent th;it
ourhope of success ivst upon a scu'qfounda-.
tioh. Correct and beautiful typography,'
with hl onenUc nd onltivated editinR,,
ought to give a charucter of considerable
listinction to jiny paicJ, x ja-cMn Jnd
n large nnitibCr who' will properly nppre-
-iattwefforl,il'.(tk)e rtyaauseor tUf
present to them, of supplying their families
nt onrew-Uhtwo Taltnihle weekly jwpcrs.
are sure that none who do so wiil ever
regret it. ThoCllitoxicx.K and ItntAL. Sr.
t .get her at SV'MfHl prVe-'a ptst iTofltable
Odb subscribers who get their pa
pcrs from this offic,oii the county list,
will please call at the room . at the
head of the first flight of stairs, at the
room adjoining Dr. Larkinrs office,
where they wiil in future fiud their
papers. '. .
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ItEAldXti matter on every page.
Tub preliminary trial ,-of,lavis for
killing McN'Wity closed 6n Tnday'of
last week, resulting in Davis giving
bad in the uum of SKNHJ to appear at
the next term of the Criminal Court.
Messrs. Tart'I.ky & Larie, of
Jladeusville, Ky., will take charge of
the Southern Hotel on the first of
3Ir. N. F. Hood has now in his
tcellar. nnder the Franklin Hall build
ing", 2iKi0 gallons of pure grape wine
for sale. This v.ine is entirely free
from adulteration, made of the un
juixtd juice of the gitipe.
AVEhvl sujiposcd the Frccdman's
liureau was dead; but it seems that
its villainous doing-, will make it im
mortal, and with it will live the puri
tanical euielSiiig hypocrite, Howard.
Ox the thirty-sixth ballot in" the
Legislature, W. W. Hobbs, of Hum
phreys county, was elected Comptroll
er of the State. AY care glad the agony
is over, and that the office seems to
ha been worthily bestowed. ; '
31 a. Andrew Cooper who was in
jured last week by an accident on the
railroad, is doing well and recovering
as rapidly an could le expected. The
burn was very deep and requires time
to heal. His many friends will be
glad to see him going about again.
T. II. Jii'RwiK, the energetic and
jrentlemauly ageut forthe new YVhecler
Si Wilson Sewing machine, hasan item
of iutercst iu this weeks pa;et. relat
ing to his business. 3Ir. Durgie lias
been very suecensiul in making sales
throughout this section of country.
He dex'rves success and attains it.
YVe luiye se'u Jatojy ,iiM i elegaJit
spe iinons of photographic art by .Mr.
YV. A. Med. II. The pictures to which
we refer are like u!i that lpa'v the liaB Js
of that .arciWiiplished artist. pVriv'Ctlr
finished in all respects. Our city has
reason to be prouj of her. fine , artist.
' There are no better' pictures made in
any other city in the Union, than tho-c
made by onrtlarksrille pi w'tcgr -.pliers.
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YE call attention to the able coni
nmnictition concerning the jury sys
tem, which is from the pen of a re
markably clear beaded thinker and
one v.h.) has !rg h:id the most, favor
(U.iiiUcd wiih the
for liecoiiiiiur . ;
real wants of the j
people, lie iI.k-s not write as a mere
theorist, but sets fortli what l.e has j
3earuedfrom praciioal oxiH-rience. i
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Cni'RX Dasher. YVe have been !
:-l.owu a patent Churn Dasher invented )
)-va lady Mrs. Al'ce MeCiure, for-"
IRiT V 61 I'lie-poro
rlv 61 Jone-Poro l'buois. I lie :
iaher is of Iwu and very
YVe Live 1-clmi lryui tan
ph ased "with the result.
I are highly
xorsatAjncMlM community at least, a
; J,v:'i. ' ', rations froirf'tneJmliit-timlJtions j work that the great State of Tennes-
, Hquare.J 2 9 ojj Wt-d nf ew.sToeaici; : hj tggHSgJS&TM
2 square SjlfyW&SHS 29 !S 8.T?ek?. .d, Mff H?W ' pSetKRlfen.Ttere "nof in T ThT
J lo'ife q fs? ? bufel 4uVAlm-lrakence 4?on' 4;orld perhaps, . brighter example of
1 T.. innn i 11(1 in KJr--,i irj'-rfi VI 4.1 IR1 I r.--ti va-, a? f nfnta n-hwk if
Hveii. f Nashville, lias bought the , forward at the luines of (.'apt. Prank i viije. '. ' 1 '. . ' ', ' . '
forrii;ht lLii Couiity. and will fhiii be , Gratey, which are loc:.tedi:oarSai!- j The I'.'P. Gr.icey passed up Tues
tm haml pr.'paiied, to fit any size churn i or's rest. A track about a mile an ? a day night and v ill be down this morn
with this dasher, for a very small price, j half will soou Le laid from the railroad i ing fr P.-.dticah aud Cairo.
- j and river to the mines; and jn few j ' ('apt. J. V. ThroopV new boit the
SETTLf. Si have one of the months large iptantics (f rich oie wiil j tSihcrtborn, w.il go up to-night and
neat, st and nH.t commodi.ius r-toro-
rooms in Middle Tonnesseo. It is ;
well tilled with the choi-et Hoik ot j
family groceries, which they sell ;tt the ;
lowest prices. It gives oue real pleas
ure to look through their' )uri:e. fiue
store and it-cbeeripg contents. consist
ing of the rreaiest variety of whole
some eatables. It is worthy of re
mark that most of the business houses
in Claikville (-omj)ire favorably with
those of much larger cities. The fain-,
ily grocery of Settle Si Son deserves
jiraisc and )atronage.
Sirica lias irirougiioui tne wuoie
historic period " iam outside of the
grpatj'Tijihvtij-f pf ?-cjtliia tsoij, f&i ttsjl
Egypt and the narrow strip of coun
try, oTfrathV Uib-bnrrw-ttdt'Cmibrac-in
tr several email countries, along the
uabrecciveu w-areeiy a ray ox luai ,
broad and roforful '-itreain. of.inteK
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rectuai njjat. write a nrst beiran tasiune
-iv, u i' i 'iv j vi J J ui via;, uviu . At
; be&im sd5rigU'aa'6 bring iu 'view (j. tnan j8 get forth by'this young
j tW:, ;TornieTly ; unlbown 'bhorestfifjjfajttfui disciple of Jesus. One e
Airifriea. In our ;own land modern ' MX,y wijl.,di .more .'to- pros
di-ilutation may. y well be ; lifcctted
to ireatnver ,ot knowledge BweltecijTenluiB, aeal and energy that have boen
bvany tributaries, Trhu. .2ow dowaVpendcd upon polemic theology. An
to us, f row. t lie renowned nations of
antuiulty; 'Aa'tappbar ia the far off ages
and, ns the everlasting hills, defying
the destruetrvxirc?3 of time.' " 1 '
But solitary Africa veiled in the
i-darkueij of - ignorance, has for ages
sat in unenlightened 100111. Xhc elec
tric current of human. thought! which',
Wa awakened tlie other inhabitants of
the globe, has never been felt by the
wijd children, of .Afrii-a. , AnJ yet
that contiueniC is t he ' richest, faire?
hoina for inan 'upon the face of the
earth. The rankest vegetation and
the h'ugest annuals .! are found there.'
Gold, diamond and ivory, so eagerly
sought Tor, the world over, abound
there, And there the sun pours down
liis floods of lightand heat, and makes
In ... j. :.i. 1.. i.. i:c
It tan liardrvd; possible5 that thw'
grout body of Xmt, si fi uitful ialifo?
sustaining resources, can much longer
remain occupied only by savage tribes.
To toe ncgroe . of. America this con-t
lineht offer9 all that their heartsde
sire. Thither ihey can go, taking with
tbem the political, religious and scien
tific light which theyhayc reecive'd from
Jhan that they should, sooner or later,
be moved by anearnest locgingtogo the
land of their fatherSy and be with their,
own j-oople.' Thus would the strange
history of their enslavement demon-?
strata the wisdom and goodness of
cGod. because it would result in the re
gcnenitioQ of Africa.
; YTe were hardly aware, until recent
ly, how 6ucceft2ul.tl!cfew attempts at
manufacturing in this city had really
provcu. Yyeaiie glad ,.Vk "d that
whsreter m-amifacturrngTiy liad a fail'
trial in Clal ksy'ille, the uiost, favora
ble, resulu ' have followed'-Jlessrs.
Whitfield, JJtes & Co., the proprier
tors' of the foundry and machino shoji
on Commareo srreet,-haTe turned out
a great dealuf excellent workwhicli,
besides being profitable to themselves,
has given perfect satisfaction . to their
'' 8TEAM EXtiiNES. "
which arc not generally known to be
made here, . hare been built at this
shop, in the most workmau-lite style
and finish.; The engine used at the
Clarksvili tannery was constructed
here. It is twenty five horse power,
and has been worked with perfect
satisfaction for revcrsl years. The
workmen employed iu this shop are
thoroughly skilled and expert mechan
THE TLOW FACTORY
of McUeyno!d's.&. .S0iv,,.oa 'Front
street, furnif-hps another demonstra
tion of the practicability and profita
bleness of ma uufacturingin-this place..
This firm are sweesful!y competing
with Jxiuisvillo plow makers, and find
that Ihey can do a paying business end
yet sail their plows cbiiaix:r4.haa those
of similar style and pattern. ..can be
bought elsewhere. J A' presen they
emiloy eight or nine bauds, but have
machinery and fcteain povr sufficient
for twenty five or thirty. 'Last year
they sold through their : agents, hero
and at other points, rAout t(M plows;
this year that number will be increas
ed to abont 250(1, which will Ig sold
throughout, this and surrounding
Almost a Tragidj.
George J?sll is a chivalric geritle
man of color who, on last Tuesday
morning, felt that something .was .ne
cessary to'soothe his wounded honor,
Henry YVnrficld had, (as the irate
Hall understood matters.) if-ed cue
words to Hall's wife. No gentleman
could sir nd tlir.t. And blood, noth
ing but ldoodr could wipe out this ter
rible insult. George w:j rejiorted
be tot in" ! a pi-!tol. Tlio two knights
met. YVai field ejKiko flDt j, - ;-r
'I henr, George ,Tnu's fofiri' a pbtoi
for me."- . ' - - .
3"I is!" shouted George. And
fearing that las word might be doubt
t'j, ( n thing George cmnot chdure,)
be proceeded to demonstrate the truth
of bis warlike declaration. One shot
in the hand, another in the shoulder,
penetrating to the back, .soot satisfied
Wai -field that George 'meant business.
The balls.. however,, weru siiiali-aud.
were .?arcHy fi h by the wounded Af1-
rican. lie didn't run. Ble-f
no; be did'nt run a step;
but jn-t j
waded right into TIall, and showed j
him what a mad nigger could b whoa j
i-l. . I lT-i-.ll.J.l... -
iaii arouseu. iiciencu ie man v, u j
toted that pistcd, at one blow. Things j
wi re in a this situation when this j
dark and bloody war was stopped by !
the intervention of peace-loving citi- j
zens. Hall w as ::rresied, aij.l gave I
1 a"l to appear at thtj next term of th
I niimi.iH otirt; a very practical imii- :
elusion to this ufLir of honor.
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-YYEK is being energetically urged
bo ready for transportation to fuvinu-cs j
for stnehinj. Thi ore is of the ki-i 1 :
known i:s broww hematite, and makes
the very best iron. It is superior
to the ore tL Miasouri-L::ka Sup-.rinr
and !aie I'h u114.-l.1iu boili i:i the Urre
jicreont, of iijetal which it yields and
in t!mjnalitf of irt:t prodn.-'ed.1 YVp
leai n from a j?mtlom n xlJ 5nfr!:H'd
innu h mutters,' that fro;n ore t iactiy
similar t- this, a bornesboe, good
enough fi practical use, was forged by
a blacksmith in one of our neighbor
ing counties, not many years ago.
of. l-E3?4. JikQsp, many, iqa-cxmg kiiuriScs the heart. The ch
icitntin iM uini '-tlfcfcWa, jrtarJtending this school' have hi
in?Hncir hbu'fls' in soleulu grandeur, T
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ill frmL5Tf&3& s 1
Miss Daisie iiicggold teaches a
school at St. Andrew's Chapel, South
Clark sville. -She has about thirty pu
pils, for whose tuition no charge is
made, and in some instances books and
of.lie rrirti'fl-4i.t-ifs!fre irkteitohiiv fart
j 0:bhe j by tlis e.at;mabie young lady,
k f .:n u v at y,m ; :
ii win lie pdcu uy nus. ruai muic id m
n.fKr.st-. r, --..a o-fl -w
youngy wao carry-
, pure benevolence and christian chari
J'the uauiie'of true religion thn tl01"
elfort of,.this kind must surely proccod
fromftV wh'eL vmik'tij ttxc and
hearts gladdened by Christmas trees borne Hobbs, of ITjakniap, a minister
iirep-uoilf thoiiiSIiJr, kad lWtlf the rriinittve Baptist Church, well
furTyu'pjlfed fit'ci.ufod lftSt fe0 r S.!? !,ti?" fl.
liglKiiil presents, lue school has
been, ccnsfantly.p-iid. rcguJirly'lcarried
;on, since the beginning of the schplasV
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tie year last iaii, aa w aomg a, aowie
'work for education,' morality and' religion."--
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"! This is following in the footsteps of
jTIiui.ioj wjfnj SihtOn.litn(Avly h W
whom flic common people heard glatl-
ed to riicm, was a part of his message
-to John the Baptist, and was one of
the tokens by which the stern reformer
and forerunner was Jfnown that He
was the Promised OneVv1 By hi works
He was known, and by their works we
now also his eciplesJrOVe.-. Save
heard much, during the last ten' years,
about woman'j work arid her need of
a larger sphere -'it, usefulness. YY e
point those who feel this neiid' to the
example of the Kector's daughter.
The NetfPrbvidence'High School
will ba .opened "o.nj thl27th of this
monthTQextJJonday) by Prof. Ed.
Hewitt. He; is an experienced teach
er, having been engaged in teaching
for sixteen years, and. always. success
ful in h w-pwftioh.-! -The techoti re to
,be a ttcnded-i.by both. sexes. - YYTe hope
that'rhJfe'' e JnTOtfonaf" enterprise' xfjtf
be liberalTy siistaiueA by the good
people of New I
John Fi Jltbt, Esq., a well tnown
citizen of Nashville, died iu -that iity,
Tuesday morning, Jan. 21st. He'was
a prominent member of the order of Odd
Fellows' iif which he held soihe-' ycars
ago tho'offiee of Grand Secretary.' He
wasj also ' fi ", member of. the . county
court, being a justiec of the . peace in
the fiit. (or Nashville) District. He
was highly esteemed,. k. . ' -
Our old friend Pete Johnson, re
cently of this city, has located himself
in Dalias,'Tes.JIJrxTviB tenui
of the"hTgIiest praise of that place.
He has begun his .career, there by tak
ing a very wise step, in becominga sub
scribec fLn the CQRPffrcLB. I 'f
The following fetter from DrSeajs,
of the Featiody fund,' wliich' was read
at the meeting of the educational con
vention in Nashville last : Wcdesday,
Stanton Ta., Dec. 20, 1 S72: 7 '
Hon. S. AYatson :
31y Dear Sir I hope your Legis
lature will establish the office, of Su
perintendent as the jcr6wning part of
its system of public instruction, .
I believe every other State "in the
Union has such an office. Jt cannot be
supposed that all these States have ad
opted, and some of them for . thirty or
lony years persisted in a system wutcn
is not both economical and profitable.
I experienced,. the utmost AUfficukv it
... i- : .11- i L. i-.'it. .
niaKiii j jsunauic Mirrangjjyienia ior tai
(listributiori" of Ihe Peaoody fund in
Tennessee while it was without a State
Superintendent- but, since the appoint
ment of Mr. Killebrew as Assistant
Viinerintcndont. not nnlv h;is mv wort
been greatly facilitated, but I have felt
a security against jnjud.ciqus appropriations-
autT bu. of Jrust 'Mcji.l
could have received iu no other way.
If Mr. Killebrew's services have made
the same impression upon the people
Of the South which they have' upon
hie, after working with him for nearly
twp years, thty will not j'ai to appoint
so tried and trusted a man to that im
portant ofiloo.. ;Your truly, -,- ; ,
' A Sensible Iuba. The most prac
tical idea suggested at the education
al con'cntion held this week, in Nash
ville, was that embodied in the reso
lution offered by J udge YYatou :
Besolved, .Tht the power of taxa
tion by the people of the districts is of
vital importance to the efficiency and
success of any system of free schools.
, 'We notice with pleasure, very marked
fmoi'ovemenls in the t'larksville papers,
Toil.vtvo I,.;af and Ciijiomi'IK. Tiiey are
cdit-'d witii uncoiiimoii aliility, and the
mechanical exeeulion delihlstheeye of :i
practised t poyr.'ipher.-lirownsvillefetates.
The Clarksviile Ton.vcco Leak and t),o
("iarirsvHIa iriliiOMCLK both vommencel
the New Year a h:uidsome r.w ire.-e
anil C'linrgrd la sl.c-Tlie form. ins
gi'ovfk frtton itilsr qnarto "sheet. We con-'
grattti'e one .CiarUsvilJe conteinporarics
C rt sm 't uninislakal'le eviden-es of pros
perity. V,'c eiight to have expected as
niuch, however, from papers publlslied in a
llvo town iiUe I'larksvillu. (Columbia
Herald. , , . , ...... .- .
- :f EITEU NliW.sV
-The river has declined about 2 feet
sTnee'our last report, Vh prospects of
a rise soon. Information received from
above reports a big rise coming.
() account ;of tlw joldnell .during
the first part of the week, and new ice
.1 . ,1 r. 1..
m ino uiuo river, a!t oi our pacKeis
arc behind. Tho John Lnuisden pass-
ed down Wednesday evening with a
good .'trip. She took aboard at this
place a largo nnmlcr of movers, with
household goods, stock, Ac-, bound for
the Kentucky Purchase,'. -.' -.
' The Tyrone was detained by. ice at
Pad'.ieah so as to compel her to lose
her trip this we k. lie'Virl be tm
time Monday evening, hound for Nash-
be down M on lay ucrjiing for Evans?
ville. .. , .'.' '
The Belle Wrnonhis been out from
Ciuoinuuti on .hr way to Nashville
7 bout a' week.' . YVe Jo-'k for her to
lsf. She .has probably been in win
ter iuirtv. berween' Cincinnati and
Louisville. . . . 1.. '
" On account of , the fcareitynf (on-l
nie from Cairo ."down, the. rate of
freight to Near OrLiaB has been very
lttitlu -'-YVe reportl cenf 'per barrel
flour, bn3 f7 10 kt' hogshead on to
bacco. 1 ' '
S ? T (6 b.'V ?
OLE -STATE .OFFICEfiSr' v
iVe copy froui the'tnion and Amen
can, the !i&llo wing concerning our re
cently elected .Siate officers-:
SECRETARY OF STATS-
tifie forr--four years ago, hen
about; eisht veurs oi':aee Jis- rf nts
reraoved ' to, Obion' cpuyty, where thb
Colonel ..has ,'ever; 'ii uce; reside J witJi
the exceirfion of'a fewyeftrs spent in
Jackson, Tenn., during which time lie
held the office of United States, Attor
ney laJlct cTayldr-ymiaote'fldhira-
appointment but 'twenty-one years of
age and had just-Lgcyt admitted to the
bar. Of late j'cars Le hxs not been
Eractiqing hisprt'essioff as a.-lawNt,
utihas been'rlfatjaglng his ia'rih' neaf
Lnion tity. ,
Mi-.i.l 7 1)k
C03I1TE0I.LEB OF TUE TREASURY.
'. William &i4cbF,jb.ei ntwly elect
ed ComnfriTni'i-- wns born in Hiekiniin
counte-, UenneiHe, ln.lSJi.v le con w'"- "
tiulBtnf JuSiut xeafW
tne year iojo. . wnen ne remoyea to
IluTcphreys eourttj',' Where he taS.ever
since resided. Shortly before his re-
rattvul from Hickman counKho5 H!ar-
ried 1 daUdb-fef of Coldmad. El Harris.
Esq.a'eil Uno.wo citizen -of : IIum-
pureys. He is tb fion -of Jtev Clai
borne Hobbs, of ITifikman.-a minister
;: . ; . ' TOEAStTREfci .'; .'. ;;'...!
. Of Dr. Morrow, the present Treasur
er, it is unnecessary for US; to1 speak.
He ip iknawa.njlEvery'couaty of the
iState. The almost unauiuious vote
which he received, without regard -to
pojitieal; distinctions,! showr f be very
high ef ter-i in winch lie is he:d by toe
rei'ire.si8t;ipes ( ,tli peofJaj J ITlie
tribute jiaid to him iu his re-election
is but deserved .Ito .one of thfc.most
1 pleasant and efficient officers we ever
had in Tennessee.
YV-bMvebtrhefriertdenf fdticsfi'county lngsat. a hhds WasniBto
ilQV .Jnll!U5-JJU3nW(L.SU.t. ICttJUUi lUnls Brown county (Ind.) common leafi
nave great cause to ue gratiuea at tne
result of the action 1 1 our Legislators
in choosing their State officers.
m ;liiipertaco Xaftfctoclti 1 1 A.
A Bowling Greeii contemporary
6peaking of what that town needs; says:
" YVe want manufactories, not only
because of the ' , convenience which
they will afford, but because they will
more effectually and speedily than any
other agency increase our population
and , briiW uttiro ipital into-bti
midst. W'e notice that this matter is
enlisting much public intefestat vari
ous points in Kentucky:--' I'aducah is
getting alive to the subject, and we ob
serve the Common Council of that
city is being urged to"?43s anordinanee
relieving all nWn jiSStSne's bT munici-
6ents an inducement to capitalists to
invest .their iuoney, iu I iuanuctttring,
and we commend it to Uowling Green.
The amount of revenue annually de
rived from this source issniall, indeed,'
in comparison with the substantial ad
vantage whichTwe.nvght dojve from
eneouragemch't' given to our manufac
turing interests by lifting from them
the burden of taxation. It would be
a measure of true economy, the bene
fits' bf which would be; pfefpetual ' and
ever,-tirreaiing. e-tni.!iir(t.- there
fore,1 fh;l buf City' Council 'take'-this
Subject into cousi deration. Tt 4-eseuts
au opportunity, fop healthful legisla
tion by our worthy city lathers.
The Teeth an Advertiang Medium.
Every tim a iatry who uses fragrant So-
sobutt opens her mouth, she advertises
the Article. The Et:vte or her teeth In a
certificate Of Its excellence.'" No spot dark
ens, their surface. no impurity clings to
them.thecuKhionsin which they axe set are
rosy, and the breath that swells through
them is sweet as the breeze ot June
Spalding's Liquid Glue, always ready to
A Heaihy Digestion.
Life is tendered miserable whetl tha -di
gestive OrgansareimparreiK Food DecOmes'
repulsive: the body emaciated ; the mind
depivessojl - an'd 'meMineholy broods - over
yon. TUTT'S VEGETA3LE LIVER PILLS
is tho remedy for these evflsf 1 hey prodnceT
sound idjgpsjiou; creoto.a '43oa;pp.ite,
Impart refreshing sleep. and cheerfulness
p"f mind. -. . ,
Dr. Tutis Hair Dre is llanulessl '
ylF'YeV vt.ta. dull, 'despondent,' drowsy,
debilitated,.- have frequent headaches,
month jUtites badly, pour,n.ppetie, .nnd
tongue coated, you are suiloiiiig from- tor
pid liver, or ".Biliousness." Nothing will
cure yon so speedily and iH-rmanently as
Dr. Pierce'sGoliten.MeUical tiscovery. '-
( iin'l do Without it." This is what
the singe and horse ear companies, livcry
stablekeepur., members -,of the turf, ud
allgioomt su'l (miners say Of tlic Mos
TA so Li .vim ext. They "can't do withont
k" And why? Because it infallibly re-
fAiCiis the external swellings, ic, which,
undervarious names, impair the useful
ness and value of the kiug bf quadrupeds,
and also berausc, for sprains, strains, galls
and other injuries to which horse-llesb Is
liable, it is the modt trustworthy prepara
tion iu. the market. Yet these recommen
dations compriso only a portion of its
claims to public confidence. During a pe
riod nt mors thtih sixteen -years, it hflbeen
recognised as a specific for many f f the
must agonizing disorders which afflict the
human amity; such as rhematism, gont,
neuralgia, ' lumbago,'- tifddloreux,- sore
throat, earache, toothache; and likewise as
ape ilessaijlittiUiou for cuts, druses, burns
and scalds. .,
In this county, on the 17th inst., of drop
sey, Mrs. Mabv L. Wall, wife pi Hciuy
W all. a;'ii flDo-.it .18 years.
Grid In Now York on Wdppslay, Jan.
82, closed at lialia1;;. Tennessee bonds
old issue 79f; new Issue 80. We give the
following, as Clarksvillc prices at this date:
Eastern E.vhang H discount.
' ;o!d 10c premium. ,
I Silver 5c prcmiuin. . '
! "Tennessee bo. ids (old) 7sc. J' ',. ,
Tennessee bon Is (new) "Sc. "
Montaomery con ljt v Ponds,. 75c. .. , , ,
, t laikiUUe bonds ' ' ' -. i
Mbiitgoiuery county warrants, 90c.
Montgomery county Jury tickets, 75c.
CLiKKSYILLE WHOLESALE MARKET.
CORRECTED BY 1. 1. CSUSMAN.
Sc.tau. New crop is now in good sup
ply, and. we quote, Louisiana, in II lias.
s-10 .-.e. ;.;c more 111 bids, ciurluod; 12ij
12'..; 0 nslu.d, l'owdurt-d a:.d Granulated,
H to I5o.
Moi.Assrs. New crop, by the bbi., 50(305.
snin'S. 5oeas5. ,
( ki:e Very firm. We quote Rio 20
(a'Jl.Javii te,. ."). ,
salt. KauHv.-lia, 5 bushel bbls, 52 75.
Floci: superfine, $5 DO; Extra, SO Cj7 CO;
Choice or Fancy, is O0j.a 50.
Stab Caxulls. '-Cc.
Wiiiskev Common country, ?1 OOyl 20;
besthrands Koljerbson county, tl 7.;;2 00.
Cheese W. R., lie ; dairy and lactory,
Hick Carolina. 10.
Soap liar. li-mO. ' .' :- i- '
(iii.s r-oal oii, to' titer lard oil. SO cts
o-i to , liu
need .oil, el ou,-raw and boBiid
SCIRITS TrRPENTIVE -75.
Varnish Copal, J 25; Japan, 1 35.
WINDOW GLAS. 8x10 Si 25 9 tox, 1?X12
i 7'.; 11x14,6 J.V .
I'ownEit ltiiie, 5S 50 f keg; lead, 10 $ lb.
- Shot S2 ('.
Caps; ki tooc doii.
Ovsteih 2 and 1 Kieans f2 25gl 25.
- Sapbinks 24c.
- M AeKKKEf No. 3, per bbl, ?10 00; kits,
No. 1. 1 0f.i2 ).-
' llt.AOKisf! S7VMi75, perdoren.
Nails $0 .
Ii:iv Kentucky, 5' Tennessee,?.
UopB 222-. '
PtTrsmTKd Coal 30 cts. ST. BEHSABD,
20 el. ilelivepd.
Ci.(iveu Sefo SI (Kinerliushel. '
THOTlii SEKIl ?4 (III.
Rki Top on llmm (OtAsK JI JQ, ;
(inrHAim'iK.vss i-2 5... '
Tkacks 12 to lUc per. per dot
(v.tr.Ans fluto 27 pcr.doz. !.
H AMts f5 to 12 per dor. .
Axis 12 lo 15. per. doz.
Tlie ftiUowiuc are the prices paid here nt
this date for nountry produce.
L Utn 7J to So. ." '
Ji:I i:i Al-vi.r.'i .".r. pt-r R.'.
rM'KAl.EnPKArtilM .. - -
l'KAl.V.ll " StoIOc.
1: A N CTS 75 to SOc. per bushel.
tus-iiiitQ'n a t-.it.'! ' 'i. .! .
- l:r.sv,j ... ;;...: .
, Whitk llEAaw--l 00 to ti 00.
rEAS 75c to rl 00.
pal taxation br a eertaiai-Uiuubtir.-
us lis beiug a very good one. It pre-
' CLigj&tlLLfe I2BACC0 JtfAIEI.'
lere has been some advance in prices
Since oxtt last report. The tobacco raised
bythosawho worked ori tpe jihar arid
others, who have almost been compelled
to put thsir ropa a th market. It eft by
ibis time been nearly all bought up ; and,
frcun th is and chcr canseSj-prlef-s-seem to
i Inferior ligs and trash, 6 00
iood lnirs ZL 1 &
'. ivw ieat..".7H"
,.8 75-ilO CO,
.10 OUil To
i ' Tliere ha.s boen ;fcot little If any strictly
"QvtW-icbaisco 85U here yet, The
fohowi-'i'isales have been made since our
laStrepbtQ J;;:ii : y:l.) -iJif""
i Herndon, Gold & Co., of Trice's landing
Warehouse', sold TOdbtedarf Jannary
30 hhds : V S-u. -L, t
30 hhds : 1-
: 15 hhds. Low toMedlom IjeaT, $11 75. 10 75,
10 25, 10 OU. 10 2..10 75, 1Q 00, 10 00, 9 60, 9 75,
t SO, 9 5i, 10, II 50, 8 75. :
; 10 lilids. Good Lugs, S 60, 8 60, '8 90, 8 60,
8 9(1, tt tti- ,I.k7 Alt. J it, 7..75.J - -
GttJi Mr, Vonrig C, of the Cumberland
89 25, 9 7,
Bowling 4 Thomas, of the "O: K." Ware
house, sold since last jejKirt-S hhds. as fol-s
h 3 hhds. Lugaat S7 00, 7 40, 8 Z
, 5 h hus. O WTlioaf ul p iV, 8 90. 8 99,
,9 30, 9 7.5.,' ji "-lii "
'. Tnrnley, Els Co., of theF.lephnnt ware-
honse,uVUteek ending Jan. 5 Sf .W?
1 1 lihil. Ilopltins county Medium Leaf. 'at
Jfi 00; rkiid jfoiikinseountyominibit ieaf
::it Mk;jil-i:Hop!cnK f-o:ait- tcjuv Loaf
nt S So, 2, 8 20 ; 7 huds Iloptins county
Lugs at 8 10. 8 10, 7 70. 8 00, 7 00, J 0. 7 10 ;
lilnls Hopkins county Trash at 6 Do, G 70;
2 hhds Todd county Common- Leaf at. 8 05,
8 50; lhlid Todd county Lugs at? 80; 2
llliils. Robertson county Low Leaf at 8 SO,
S oU; lhiiu-Alonlgoniiery county Lugs 7 o.
i i .i' '! ' " : ' '
: ..Louisville Tobacco ILarkeL ii -
.Tile' hlarket' U active' afid steady." Oii"
Wednesday there were sold 1U5 hhds ; frofn
whichwe giyeVhepjrices paid for $ hhs,
soldhy one of the principal houses :
2 hhds Christian county leaf at S!2and 12;
1 hhd larue county -leaf at 10j; 1 hlid Laru
( Ind.) common leaf at
7 10, 7 'M. npd 7 20 ; ihbils Brown county
iug c v ac, uwimui-i'io ; c ruiiis wuu
NEW ADYEitTJSEENTS. j lt
. J. J. Rawls advertises for sale a full sup-.
ply of groceries -and the best Robertson
County whiskey, ; f , j.:.. -, u'.' .'
A good brick dwelling is for rent iu Main
street, by 13.' h. Ely.-' " '
Y.aIL(;r??omD-'.c-0- luvve.flelilseeds of
all kinds at the lowest prices. See their
new apectal advertisement In this paper.
Rettla A Son - keep every variety' of
family gnppliQs, and wun to .buy all kinds
of country produce.
ThirWjifiy 4fWifson'' sewing -WiuchTne
is splQ-dc-JLiSited iUKunou aUiiig coun
ties by T. R. Burgie.
We also call attention to the following
' Jn ourulvertisingipliiniosj i --? -
V Ph.irs Me. H.itniMiiy, Pcb. ft , . j ; .
ter. ' 1 f i " ",i :
An original attachmentby W. S. Mai lory.
lo jtn want a SrtrinsrJJuchlne (lint
a pair of pants can be made on in 15 min
ute? If-sov bny the new Wheeler Wilson.
Delivered, ln,thp sui-ronuding counties and
instrgctj'tu Biren CreaoC charge.. . Terms
eis. See descriptiou in another colnmn.
A II machines Insured 8 years. Send your
Lprdersto T. R. BURGIE, Ag't,
P. O. Box 206, Clarksvllle. Tenn.
Jan. E5, 73-tf. ." .
THEmeritof a busi n ess e n terprise can not
be tested in a few months. It takes years
to bring H)t its strong points Or develop
elementsof " eaknesa. The Baltimore Ad
vertising Agency in uiUFim oc norrxAX
seemed a succcu at the start. Established
in 1887, ft has waxed stronger with each
year of its existence, until it hasbecomo
one of the solid Institutions of the city.
and acquired a national reputation for en
terprise and reliability. Baltimore Bun.
T, L, TTnXIAMS has removed to
No. 23, Franklin Street, next door to Q. C.
Atkinson's Furniture Store.
- jan 11
Gr. IVi 'BYER S
liealef in ;' '
Paints, DycStulfs, Toilet and
Fancy Articles, Blank Books
and Stationery. ,
T. L. YVILLIA3IS has removed to
No. 25, Frankljb Street,' next door to ti. C.
Atkinson's Furniture Store. jan 11
Owen & 31oore ctan furnish
you with Papers, Magazines
and Periodicals -of all de
scriptions, at "publisher's pri
ces, by., the year . or single
1 ' , y ' : i ' -. (.-.
copy...-... j - - -
i Chromos, Brackets,' Wall rockets. Pic
ture Albums and other things too nu
merous to mention, just received for
Christmas presents, for side heap, at W.
L. Gardiner's. J"icturo Store, Franklin St.
- December 21, lS72-4t.
CERTAIX CUBE FOPt
COBXS !-t-Xo cure, no pay.
Onl' 50 cents per bottle. For
sale bY- OW ES & AlOOIiE
GO TO BIERS' for Elan Books,
Paper aud Eurclopt's. .
What is more, suitable, useful as well as
ornamental,. than a beautiful picture for a
Christmas present. Call and examine my
stock at once. .. W.L. Glkdiek.
Decemler 21, 1S72-M.
Musical Instruments of all
kinds, such "as violins, Guit
ars,1 Banjos; Harps," etc., also
a splendid stock of Violin
and Guitar Strings for sale
by , 0VEX;& MOORE.
Ip yo:i want to give your children a
Christmas Gift, call at W. L. Gardiner's
Picture storejnild puy toeni a suitable: Pic
ture, before they are all gone. dec 21,-lt;
For Pure Drugs, Chemicals
Patent ' Medicines, Paints,
Oils, Varnishes, "Window
Glass, Pure VVincs, Brandy,
Whisky, Fine Tea and Spices
call- on 0WEX& MOORE.
T. L. YYILLIA-HS has remored to
No. 23. Franklin Street, next door to Q. C.
Atkinson's Furnknre Rrore. Jan 11
THOMAS H. IIYMAN,
RETURNS his thanks to tho public gene
rally for their past favors, and will contin
ue to auctioneer Real Estate, Household
and Kitchen Furniture, Stock, etc., !n the
city and country, on ren-sonuble terms.
Jan. i, 73-2m
I have moved my stock of Staph! and
Fancy Dry Goods to No. 15 Franklin street,
next door to Fox & Smith, where I will be
glad to see all my friends and customers,
i E. GL1CK.
Jan 4, 73-4w. ' ' '
Depot for all Patent Medi
cines Simmons' LiY'er Reg
ulator, Vinegar Bitters, Iles
tetter's Bitters, Raugmn
Root Liniment, Danforth's
Sanative Dentifrice, etc. We
sell all Patent Medicines.
Wholesale, or Retail, at
OWEX & MOORE.
. Fine r Cigars,", also ? choice
Virginia Smoking and Chew
ing Tobacco for ale by
1 ; ' 0AVEX'S: M00RE.
EEIISGES'S SPECIALS !
FOR in' imported Havana" Cigar go to
Rexinger's, at the Post-office.
iEjcaSEiSS tWiU' sav: aaoney by buying
their cigars and tobacco at Rexinger's.
f l'on four floe Havana Cigars for 25 cents
oittP&svoflicclKar6tofluiv-v.- - -Those
fine t'htana Cigars at Rexinger's
arr sfllibg at ten eents. ' .' i ' '
' Ton a good Havana Cigar at ten cents,
24 Kivr a. tb Post-office
- VL-T? J;J oITobaoco and Cigars
so:i fit liexiiiger s store ax the rost-olnce.
For. aflat Seed Leaf and Havana Cigar
at fiva cents, go to Rexinger's riel Store.
-. fr . -a ' J " - ti it
? Fixie jGrol J Pons for salo bv
lV -0WEX & MOORE.,"
PAINTS and Painters' Material for
sale low, atiw!
r -Books LJ3ooks ! Books I
(to to OVen-"-& Moore's for
Spjiool Books', j ( College Text
Books, Blank Books and Sta-
Just JU'oelvediQts of pretty things for
Christ ma jjiseitts,' tiyi the Pictor line, 4c
Call saon on W. L. Gaediner.
, December 21, lS72-4t,
1 -: ... , i i- ':-
t WHOLESALE . - Oen
& Moore invite; Physicians
ant 'Merchants: to . call on
them for supplies. They
Books, Stationery, &c, at
headquarters, and will dupli
cate Louisville and Xaslmlle
prioeSi -r". - v '
a JL v.. - v .t - - : -To
oub Friexds. Having gone to
great expense to give onr readers a lar
ger, and -better paper, we would ur
gently request all indebted to us, by
nofe or account,1 to come up, without
delay, and make payment. ' We need
the money, and hope this modest ap
peal will not pass unheeded. , .
Neblett & Grant.
. A. 3IeGJtI4 the. Artist, has his gal
lery in the Fowler Hall building, in per
fect ruantug order, and is now fully pre
pared to take ny and all kinds. of pic
tures inthe very best style, at reasonable
prices. He sets forth various reasons in his
advertisement why you should call on
him. to which we refer onr readers.'', .
Jan,18, lb78-tf . v .,. .
- ,Y. L. ATILLLUIS has removed to
- ! , f 1 ..... V
No. 2, Franklin Street, next door to Q. C
v f 1
Atkinson's Furniture Store. . JanlL
"The finest selection of im
ported ' Colognes, Handker-
Toilet.. Soaps,- Combs and
Brushes of all kinds for sale
bvV OWEN & 3IOORE.
BYEJlisS has for sale the best
old and "pure TViues, Erandlcs aiid
I am receiving every day or so, some
thing new In the Picture lino for Christ
mas presents. W. L. Gardiner.
December 21, 1872-it
" The Wrren Hoe.
Fox t Smith, have for sale, the Warren
Eoe, a great improvement on all other
hoes, and should be in the hands of every
farmer. -They guarantee ihe Hoe-.to give
satisfaction or no sale. Cull and see them,
and also examine the large and complete
stock of Hardware of every kind they
have in store, in which is the Excelsior
Steel aud Cast Plows of all. varieties and
styles, at low prices. .Also Rollows' and
JIcReyuold'S PloWsaud improved double
Xo. 15, next door to Fox & Smith, Is the
place where you will find a well selected
stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, aud also a good stock of Jeans, Cassi
meres, etc.'' - .- E. GLICK. .
Jan. 4. 1873-4W.
S5 c C
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fe
ver, Chill Fever, Bemittent Fever,
Dumb Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fe
ver, &c, and indeed all the aifectiona
whioh arise from malarious, marsh, or
No one remedy is louder
called for by the necessities
of the American people than
a sure and safe cure for
fever aad Aa-ae. Such
we are now enabled to offer,
with a perfect certainty that
it will eradicate the disease, and with assur
ance, founded on proof, that no harm can
arise from its use in any quantity.
That which protects from or prevents this
disorder must be of immense service in the
communities where it prevails. Prevention
is better than cure; for the patient escapes the
risk which be must run in violent attacks of
this baleful distemper. This " Coke " expels
the miasmatic poison of Fever awl A(b
from the system, and prevents the develop
ment of the disease, if taken on the first
approach of its premonitory symptoms. A
great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and cer
tain cure of Intermittents is, that it contains
no Quinine or mineral; consequently it pro
duces no quinism or other injurious effects
whatever upon the constitution. Those cured
by it are left as healthy as if they had never,
had the disease.
Fever aad Air is not alone the con
sequence of the miasmatic poison. A great
variety of disorders arise from its irritation,
among which are Xearala-ia, TtBeaata.
tUn, Coat, Headache, Bltadaeaa,
Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asth
ma. Palpitatioa, Paiafal Affectioa
f tho ftaleea, Hysterica, Paia la tha
Bowels, Colic, Paralysia, and derange
ment of the Stomach, ail of which, when
originating in this cause, put on the inter
mittent type, or become periodical. This
"Cube" expels the poison from the blood,
and consequently cures tbem all alike. It is
an invaluable protection to he migrants and
persons travelling or temporarily residing in
Uie malarious districts. If taken occasion.
ally or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and
cannot accumulate in sufficient quantity to
ripen into disease. Hence H is even mora
valuable for protection than core; and few
will ever suffer from Intermittents if they
avail themselves of the protection this rem
for Liver Complaint, arising from torpid
ity cf the Livcx, it U an excellent remedy,
Stimulating tlie Liver into healthy activity,
and producing many truly remarkable curas
where o;her inciltouies mil,
Ir. J. C ATEU A CO., Lowell. Mass.,
T-rartir.nl mnd Analytical ChemUti,
AND BOLD ALL ROUND TUB WORLD.
0 L A
ALL KIXDS OF
Jan. 4, lS73-tf
S S E S
NEW GOODS I
In opening our extensive and care
fully selected stock of Dry Goods for
the (fining season, we rl fUHy a..
sured of our ability to ofler ta the
public an opportunity of combining
elezant style and economy all in one.
Ladies are earnestly and respectfully ,
invited to make a careful examina
tion of our unrivaled T)rps nrwi-
dark, rich, warm hued Cashmeres,
Satinets, Merinos, and Delaine, ele
gant Poplins of every jrrade and de
scription, black aud colored Silks, the
price and quality of which cannot ha
iPirill AITEXIIOI CALLED TO
Our Black Alpacas and Mourn-J
i newest styles and at lowest price.
Every lady of taste should certainly
have one of our lovely Ca&uaiere
Sacquen or handsome Ottoman
Shawls, all of the latest importations
and very cheap.
Ribbons, Ties, Frinire, Gimp-, La
ces, Embroideries, .Belts, all klndu,
Bustles, Huntings, Handkerchiefs,
Lace Collars, Mourning Limn seta,
Corsets, Linen Collars, fce., Hosiery,
Gloves, and Underwear, of all grades
and styles aud at lower price tliau
were ever ottered before. .
We are now offering to the trnde
the celebrated Chaftson Kid and Cal
ler Gloves, the best in the world, aud
wui guarantee every pair.
Bleached and Brown Domestics.
10-4 and Sheetings, Table Dam
asks, Irih Linen, Towels, Napkins,
Flannels, Linsey, Jeans, Cloths,
Doeskins, Cassimeres. Vestlnzs. 4c.
at greatly reduced prices.
AJ11 mis !
Full lilies Zeigler Shoes, also heavy
Boots and Shoes, all grades, at low
est market prices.
CAE PETS !
A very handsome line of Caroets.
Oil Cloths, Hugs, &c, all at prices to
suit the times.
We arecoiifJdcnt if you will only
give us a call and examina our very
large stock before purt hasinsr, that
you will find it to your in let eat to
ouy from us.
J. E. RROADDUS. V. E. SMITH.
E. V. HARRISON.
HARRISON, MASSIE 4 CO.
Dec 11, '73-tf.
Low mm i