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fc≤ if no cewppapcr he printed in
eaid county, then in some newspaper
printed inaa adjoining county, if there
he one, if not then in the mast conve
nient paper, that will publish the ad
vertisement for the fee allowed by law;
and if the publisher refuse, then the
tax collector shall advertise the fame
at some convenient and public place in
or about the court-house of the county.
Sec. C& lie it further enacted. That
Raid advertisement shall be substan
tially in the following form: .
i?tata of Tennessee, C'ounty.SS. .
By virtue of the power and author
ity vested in me as tax collector of -county,
I will on the first Monday f
July next, it being the day of
July, 18 , offer for gale the following
dewribed tracts of land, town lots and
jarts of town lots, the same having
been assessed for taxes for the year
18 . which taxes are due and remain
unpuiil, together with penalties and
costs." -1 -
Following this, shall be given by dis
tricts the entire list of uncollected
taxes, with the names of owners, de-t-cription
of the property, , valuation
and total taxes, as the same appears en
the tax book, and the penalties and
costs, on each separate assessment, ad
ded as a separate item, i.
i"EC. W, lie it further enacted. That
said advertisement, if published in a
newspaper, as hereinbefore prescribed
fhall be published once a week, for
three consecutive weeks, previous to
tHday of sale; and each and every
lot, tract or parcel of assessed real es
tate, and the buildings and improve
mcnts thereon, on which the taxes,
penalties and costs are not paid, before
the day ot sale, shall be sold, or so
much thereof, as shall be sufficient to
satisfy the taxes, penalties and costs
Sec. 65. Be it further enacted, That
said sale shall be made at the court-
bouse of the county in which the lands
lie, on the first Monday of Julv, of the
year succeeding the year Jor which that
taxes are due and the next ensuing
day of days, if necessary, until the Eale
Sec. 6C. Be it further enacted. That
no tract, lot or parcel of land shall be
sold for less than the amount ot taxes.
iK'nalties and costs due thereon ; and
that bidder shall be the purchaser who
will pay the amount due for the least
quantity of said lot, tract or parcel of
land to be run off from the beginning
corner, and running with at least one
line of the tract. If the beginning
corner oi a tract ot lana sold lies out
of the county in which the sale is made
the beginning of the parcel sold shall
be made at the county line nearest the
beginning corner of the tract
Sec. 07. Be it further enacted, That
if no jerson, company, farm, or corpo
ration bid the amount of taxes, penal
ties and costs, the tax collector shall
bid the same off. in the name of the
Treasurer of State, for the use of the
State and county: said use to be for
the amount of taxes, penalties and
costs due to the State and county res
Sec. GS. Be it further enacted. That
in all cases of sale of an' lot, tract or
parcel of land of said advertised prop
erty to any person, company or hrm on
the receipt of the amount due, and
harge.ible on the propertv sosold, the
Tax Collector shall give the purchaser
a certificate of said purchase.
Sec. (0. Be it further enated, That
when said sales shall have been com
pletcdand within thirty days after the
first Monday of July of said year, the
lax Collector shall certify allot said
sales to Circuit Court of his county:
and in counties where there are more
than one Circuit Court, the tax col
lector shall certify said sales to the
first (. ircuit Court of said county.
Said court, if in session, or if not in
session, then at the next term of said
court, shall enter said sales of record
as vallid judgment, vesting title to the
property so sold in the purchaser
thereof; and writs of possession shall,
in all cases, be granted to the purcha
ser during said term, or at any time on
demand, whether said puichaser shall
be any person, compnny, firm or cor
oration, or the Treasurer of the
SEC. 70. Be it further enacted, That
no sale shall be invalid because the
number of acres or the size and di
mensions of any tract, lot or parcel of
land has not been precisely named, or
the amount orvaluation of the tax not
precisely given, nor because the prop
erty has been assessed and advertised
in the name of a person who did not
own the same, nor because the same
wasassessedandadvertised to unknown
owner, nor because a distress warraut
did not issue, nor on account of any
objection or informality merely techni
cal; but all such sales shall be good
and valid if the taxes, penalties and
costs were actually due and unpaid,
and the advertisement, sale and certifi
cate of sale to the Circuit Court
shall have been made, as provided for
in this act.
Sec. 71. Be it further enacted, That
in each and every case of sale of real
estate under this act, where a writ of
jHisscssion has been issued, it shall be
the duty of the Sheriff to put, the pur
chaser thereof, bis, her, or their agent
or attorney in possession of the same,
with full power and authority of useand
occupation of the same, and the en
joyment of all rentsand profits arising
therefrom, and the rights to sell any
crops belonging to the owner growing
thereon, and to cut, remove or sell
t i Mil kt from said laud until a full and
complete redemption of the same by
owner or owners, his, her or their
agent and attorney has been effected, if
within the time prescribed in the suc
ceeding section of this act.
Sec. 72. Be it further enacted, That
the owner or owners of real estate
sold at said sale, his, her or their
ag.-iit or attorney shall bceutitlcd and
allowed to redeem the same and recov
er possession thereof lit any time with
in on'; year of the day of sale; but at
no time thereafter, and to effect such
redemption, shall pay or cause to be
paid to the clerk or said court the
amount of taxes, penalty and costs ,
with interests'fln the same at the rate
of fifty per cent, per annum, from the
day of sale, on the payment of which
a judgment of redemption shall beeu
tered of record in the court, and if
the purchaser thereof shall refuse pos
session to said owner a writ of posses
sion slull be issued, and the Sheriff
sh iil place the party in possession.
Sf.c. 5. Be it further enacted, That
in all cases of redemption, the pur
chaser shall have the right to elect
whether he will accept the redemption
money paid to said clerk or retain the
rentsand profits arising lro:u the use
and occupation of said projnTty up to
the time of said redemption, said pur
chaser t-hall abide by his said election
and signify said choice and election to
I he clerk of the court. If he elects
to retain the moneys already in his
hands, the clerk of the court shall ro
tund to the per.-on juiying lie suiue,
the redemption money so pa.d in ; but
should he elect to take the redemp
tion money, he shall render an accu
rate account of his receipts and dis
bursements from and concerning said
pr.qKTty during his occupancy thereof,
and jiay the balance in his bauds to
ihec'.crk of the court, to be paid to
the owner of said property,, and re
ceive the redemption money.
Sec. 74. Be it further enacted. That
a the July term of the County Court
of the year succeeding the year lor
which the taxes are due, the tax trol-h-ctcrs
of the several counties of the
State shall present a complete and ac
curate list of all uncollected taxes due
from the assessments of personal prop
ety and polls for the proceeding year
with the reason assigned why the same
has not been collected. The said
County Court shall carefully consider
said list, denominated errors and in
solvencies, aud if just shall allow the
same or so much thereof as shall meet
the approbat ion of the court, and shall
order a credit for such amount as they
may deem just and proper.
Sec. 75. Be it further enacted, That
each and every tax ollectcr shall, on
or before the 4th Monday in Septem
ber next following the land sles. and
the allowance of errors and insolven
cies, submit his account to the Comp
troller of the Treasury for the pur
pose of leaking settlements and.ac-
counting for all taxes and penalties by
him collected lor and in behalf of the
State; and on such settlement stall
be allowed credits as provided for in
sections' 048 to 6G0 inclusive of the
Code, so far as the same are applica
ble. Sec. 7G. Be it further enacted, That
each and every collector shall, on or
before the time named ia the previous
section, submit his account as county
tax collector to the Chairman of tha
County Court, for the purpose of ma
king settlements and accounting for all
taxes and penalties, and all other coun
ty revenue collected by him and on
behalf of the county and on such
settlement shall be allowed credits as
provided in sections 648 to GoX) of the
Code, so far as they are applicable,
and with all leeally authorized dis
bursements ; and in default of making
such settlements and satisfactorily ac
counting for all money that shall have
come into his hand, shall forfeit his
office. On such settlement, the Chair
man of the County Court, or other
officer making said settlement, shall
6ce that the full amount of county
revenue charged to said tax collector
in the tax book has been fully account
ed for. .
Sec. 77. Be it further enacted, That
each and every assessor who, in dis
charge of hU duties as such assessor,
shall, in any case, refuse or neglect to
perform any duty enjoined upon him
by law, or shall knowingly a ad will
fully evade or violate any of his duties
as assessor, whereby any proceedings
required by law to be performed shall
be prevented or hindered, or whereby
any property or capital required to be
listed for taxation by this act shall
not be assessed or shall be assessed at
less than its true value on the basis
prescribed by this act, shall, for every
such neglect, refusal, willful evasion
or violation, be deemed guilty of a
high misdemeanor, and,, upon convic
tion thereof, shall forfeit and mv to
the State not less than fctty nor more
than five hundred dollars at the dis
cretion of the court and jury.
Skc. 78. Be it further enacted. That
the County Court shall have power to
take the lists of all uncollected taxes,
after the settlement of the Tax Col
lector with the State Comptroller and
Chairman of the County Court, and
by its agent or attorney may collect the
same, bring all necessary suits, and
have all process necessary therefor;
and the provisions of thissection shall
extend to all uncollected taxes, 'cither
State or internal improvement purpos
es, collected by said court or said agent
shall be paid over to the parties en
titled to the same, together with such
damages as follows the same.
Sec. 7R Be it further enacted, That
the Tax-collector . shall have one year
from the expiration of his term of
office to collect any arrearages of tax
es, enalties and costs, for which the
County Court may have refused a
Sec. 80. Be it further enacted, That
the Comptroller of the Treasury shall
issue his warrant for the fees of the
Sheriff. Clerk and printer on all sales
of land, to the Treasurer of the State,
said fees to be as follows, viz : Sher
iffs fees fifty cents, printer's -fee one
dollar; clerk's fee one dollar for each
separate tract, lot or parcel of land.'
Sec. 81. Be it further enacted, That
all acts and parts of acts ujon the sub
ject of assessment and collection of
taxes and sale of land for taxes in con
flict with the provisions of this act, and
all other acts in conflict with the pro
visions of this act, be and they are
Sec. 82. Be it further enacted, That
municipal corporations withia the State
shall not levy a tax upon money enui
ital Joancd, or upon money invested in
banking or in any species of manufac
turing or mining, or upon any other
corporation exceeding the amount of
tax levied by the State upon such capi
ital. Sec. 83. Be it further enacted, That
this act shall take effect from and after
the 1st. day of Aril, 1S73. the public
welfare requiring it.
Passed March 22, 1873.
. A. T. Lacey,
Speaker of the Senate.
W. S. McGaitghey,
Speaker of House of Representatives.
A pproved 3Iarch 25, 1S73.
John C. Brown, Governor.
A FATAL IHSEASE.
The Symptoms, Progress and Cure for
. lerehro-SpInnl Meningitis.
This disease, which appears to have
broken out as an epidemic here, as well
as throughout the country, is attracting
much attention. It is supposed by
some to be all lunamation otthe men-.
ingics or enveloping membranes of the
brain and spinal cord. It is no new
disease, and is well known to our phy
sicians. The causes which produce it
are unknown, but it is generally attrib
utable to the cold and damp mouths of
late winter and spring months, and is
more prevalent in low, miasmatic re
gions than in the more elevated por
tions of the country.
J he severest cases are generally
ushered in with a chill more or less se
vere. In many of thenc cases that
have occurred here, this chill has
After reaction or return ot warmth
the disease is fully developed. The,
patient suffers with intense pain in the
head, neck aud spine, with a tendency
to draw -the head backward, face flush
ed, eyes suffused, pupils contracted,
rest less ness, hard pulse, quick respira
tion, hot skin, thirst, vomiting, con
stipation, delirium, and frequently con
vulsions. As the disease advances the
delirum gives place to stupor or drow
siness, the pupils become dilated, the
hearing frequently very much impaired.
the pulse lecble and great prostration.
The disease has been known to com
plete its entire course in eight or ten
hours, but more frequently ffom the
fifth to the tenth day.
No cltus of our population, nor age
nor sex is tree troiii its attacks; tne old
nd young are alike liable, but a ma
jority of the cases here have been
amongst the young.
Many believing it to be an infianiy
atory disease, treat it cnergctieail
withantiphlogistics. In thcchiil counter-irritants
are used freely to the ex
tremities such as mustard, with mus
tard plasters to stomach, bowels, spine
and the internal administration of such
stimulants as may be on hand or readily
.accessible, at the same time full and
free purgation and application of exter
nal warmth. As soon as reaction has
takenplace sulphate of quinine should
be administered freely. If there is
sleep or drowsiness, leach the temple
and apply blisters to the neck and
spine. The neutral mixture and cool
lemonades may be given during the
fever. The diet should be of the
mildest kind, and the patient kept as
quiet as possible. Convalescence will
generally bo idow. As it is a very fatal
disease, by all means call in a physi
cian. XoshriUc Uanucr.
A Xicc Appointor.
The York Tribune 6aj-s:"Any
PresJent who would - re-appoint
to office such a man as Collector J. F.
Case-, of w Orleans, mipht be fair
ly given over to blindness of mind and
hardness of heart. ir. Casey was
offensively active in the original Louis
ana troubles; he lent the Custom
House service to the conspirators who
attempted to break up the Legisla
ture; and all his acts were so notori
ously Tt war with the principles of
coiuinou decency that the Congress
Committee of Investigation could
only submit the facts and silently await
the result. The resulf; that Casey was
retained in power; and now he has
been again appointed to the positiou he
has so openly and shamefully abused.
There never was any palliation offered
for Casey's -conduct. The only reason
which can now be found for his persis
tent retention in office is either that he
is the President's brother-in-law, or
else that the President's chivalry com
pels him to stick by a roan for whom
nobody ehe has good word." , -
A Chinese proverb declares that "a
woman's mouth leaks secrets." ia
which case we would advise that the
roof of the mouth be shingled.
FBjJV-MI.iJY' ST BEST,
FIELD AND GARDEN
' - ' .' i V- i -v r'T :
New Crop Bu Ist's and tandretb.'k Reliable
Vegetable and Flower
Sapling or Mammoth Clover,
Red Clover, ..
Red Top, -Orchard
Grans, " '
. . . . .
TEXAN RED OATS,
a new Out, heavy yield, and warranted
' & W
PRIXCK E11W4RDS 1 ISLAND feUCl?
OATS, CAHADA WRITK-AffD MICH-' -IGAX
Early Peerless, No. 6.
" London Lad v.
Peach Blow and Late Rose.
Guano, Gypsum or I,and Plaster, Palapsco
PLOWS, HOES, CHAINS, ETC.,
In any quantity,
v . ..- - At the
L01TEST CASIl PKICES.
Jan. 18, S73-tr. - TJL
J.-J..HAMLETT.. H. P. PORRIS.
HA1.ILETT X DORRISi
" . ..j- DIALERS AH w - 1
Stoves,T I ni a r ev Castings,
Crates, and House Fnr- . T
Every clescrSption of Tinware
made up in good style.
HOOFING and CI TTEUNG promptly
ISSH. P.DOIIRIS will superintend the
Feb. 1. 1873-tf
SETTLE & SON. Ag'ts,
And Dealers in
Country .Trochlea Generally
FKASTLIN HALL BCTI.DIXO,
"We Kefp fyejry variety sMf
whith we offer at the lowest market rates.
Country Produce of all kinds. Poultry,
Eep, Kutter, etc., for which we will ex
change tiroceries or pay cash.
SETTLE & SON.
'pHE SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION OF
L this Institution begins on the 2nd ol
Collegiate " -: -.
Music f25 AO
I'se of Instrument 5 !
Ancient and .Modem Laii;tiHgfs each Il
Drawing 15 (0
Pointing in Oil. 2 CO
Wax Work.... l"i 00
ii"iilenlal fe 2 00
Bon riling, including furnished rnoiitn,
lights fuel and servants' attention.. 90 00
Washing, per dozen ... , ,, 00
JOS. B. WEST, Pres't.
ClartsvIllP, June U. T2-tf. . ;
Coal ! Coal !
' We have leen appointed agents for the
Diamond 'ml and Mining Co., and will
coinmetice delivering Coal here about the
l."th of October. We intend to supply a
good article of Ci:il as low a ttgureaa
will justify us in handling it; will try to be
prompt and accommodating in every way.
but we must have the Cash for Coal when
delivered. Orderx left at our office, accom
panied by thecrtsh. will be promptlv dlled,
all others will have the hill aerit with
them. We respectfully solicit a share of
the public pntronagf.
ANDERSON & BRIXGHI RST.
Sept. 28. '2-tt
Livery' and Feed Stable,
ON THIRD STREET.
S. 0. W. BRANDON, Proprietor.
AS COOO AN THE BEST.
Good hacks, buggies and saddle horses
k"pt. for hire. .
Jan. 20, T2-ly. ! 1 . ; , '!
WearedellverincSt, Bernard Coal, with
in the limits of the city, for 18 cents per
bushel. PlUshnrg CoaX, for 30 cents per
bushel. Terms ch. . "
t . F, UKACET BUO.
Successor to J. E Icckert & Co .
' ' 'Offers to the public a full assortment of
Prcnolx, Wliito, Gold-tcid and
V; .; '.pbeoratcd.Chinn,vv;
American, Belgian ; and Bohemian ; Glassware,
A complete line of Havre, White Granite and C. C.
r'r:':: -Chandeliers, Lamps and Lamp Fixtures, r ; :
Ilotcl ;imd:;Ear I?istur es
TORREY'S PATENT WEATHER STRIPS,
Krie Fancy Goods etc.,
All of which he will sell as low as they can be bought in
any market,' at Wholesale or Retail. '"' " '
Nashville, Louisville or Cincinnati bills duplicated,
is-Sign,, "Big Pitcher," Franklin Street, ClarksTllIe, Tenn.
Oct. 26. 1873-U ' '
; ; " : CLARKSVILLE, TE1VIV.
Special Attention Paid to Sampling and Selling Leaf Tobacco,
W Liberal Cash Advances made on Tobacco.
a- We INSCRE all Planters' Tobacco Hixty Days. JIo Charge to Planters. '
Nov. 2, 1871-m.
R. P BOWLING.
I O. K WAREHOUSE,
Corner Front, and
Solicit Consignments , for Sampling and Selling "Tobacco.
Sept. 16, 187t-tf.
L. T. GOLD.
TODAffO SALESMEN Iffl fitJER.lt fOMMISSIGV
TRICES' LANDING, NEW PROVIDENCE, TENN,
Special attention paid to Inspection and
References ty permission: B. O, Kr.Et.FK, President Bank of Olarksville; T. F.PitT
TC8, President New Providenee Savings Institution, and too trade generally.
Jan.. 1873-tfnn. . , , t -
POX .$ SMITH,
SIGN BIG PADLOCK,
are now receiving their fall stock of
ot every description,
Axes. Pumps, alls,
Chains, (.rlndstonos, Cross Cot Saws
Haines Locks Hand Saws,
Hoes, Hinges Cedarware,
DonTle nnd S i u'y 1 1
GUNS AND PISTOLS,
rowdier. Shot, Caps Cartridges Car
penters' Tools. Coopers' ioois,
Marks I tils' Tools. Iron
Axles. Springs. Iron and
Steel, now Roll sand
Wings, Hobs, Fel
" loes, Spohes.
Cast and Steel
Buckeye Grain Drill,
and everything else. Give ns a call or send
in your orders, which will have prompt
Jan, 4, 73-tf.
BIERS keeps the best Domexeie
and iUTiiia Clears, Cliewia? and
J. J. THOMAS.
WILLIE r. HAMBACGH.
GOLD L CO.,
Rale of Tobacco, fash advanced on Tobacco
M'CAULEY & CO..
Offer to the public a large and well select
ed stock of Drus. Medicines, etc. Allarti
cles guaranteed pure and tresh.
We have just received a large lot of
Soaps, Toilet Artieles.etc, to which we in
vite the special attention of the ladles.
We prepare a remedy for nervous head
ache, which in a certain cure. Try a bottle.
We call the special attention of Physic
ians to fluid
EXTRACTS and SYRUPS,
manufactured at onr house.
We are agents for R. W. Thomas
Celebrated Chill Tonic !
Our Prescription Department is conduct
ed by Mr. Warner 1 nomas, an accurate
and careful prescriptlonist. All orders
promptly attended to, day ornlglit.
Mt-OAULEY A Cv
Nov. 4. 187" tf.
O. IJ. WILSON. HESRT FRECH
J. P. Y. WHITFJEiiD.
G. B. WILSON & CO.
THANKFUL FOR THE LIBERAL PA
trouage extended to us last year, and
hoping a continuance of the same. Hav
ing added to our machinery and sto.es: of
manufactured goods, we can fwCOJRb. on
short notice .
We will furnish plans an4
estimates of mateiials for
house-butlding on application.
ti. B. WILS0X &,
fomnierce Street, near the Foundry.
April Hi, 1K71-Iy. ...
igomery Furnace Properly
FOR KALE. ''
I will sell at public outcry, at Montgom
ery Furnace. 12 miles from Clarksville, in
Montgomery county, Jena., on '
Tuesday, April 22, 1ST3,
the lands belonging to Robertson, Russell
A Co. Thbe lands lia within two miles of
the U. M. V. Railroad and Cumberland
river, and feavtapon, them some valuable
Iron Ore. The land will be sold in a body
or In tracts to suit purchaser. This sale
tn made to settle up the Xirm business of
Koliertaon. Rnssell Co.
Tkrxs 6 and 12 months, with approved
security and letn retained.
W. B. RUSSELL.
- Bnrviving Partner.
March 3, 187&3w
ARE MADE SOLELY BY THE . .
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
ST. LOUIS, M0.
.vjt-'.r'i?? Ar riolne more nl
'OQVQmCKEB urn! CHEAPER
,' jvAv " Than any 8U vc f same cost
sm&. ARE always
E, OAX: J&WW-PRICED. RELIABLE
And Operate Perfectly.
QUICK & CLEAN.
Kincannon, Wood & Co.,
March 22, "73-lta. '
We can again say to the public, that we
are receiving a large stock of
We have taken great pains to proenre the
best materials and workmanship, and in
regard to Myle, beauty and durability of
fabric, our present stock is indeed desirable
and stands "excelsior" in the market.
We have for lite approaching winter '
OVERCOATS AXD GLEXGARICS,
of fine and varied material not heretofore
kept iu C'larksville.
Our stock of si a pie ami fashionable
ia well replnljihel and fuller than nsnal.
RespeciiuUy soliciting yonrfrequenlcalls
PITMAN & LEWIS,
Opposite CoUrt House.
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Office, corner of Third and Franklin sts.
Where he will
A ii ' jt yy- be pleased to see
yfWWKr'frft hi friend
jTV v V JT v- d patrons at
tt:?C-?L all times. All
i'r formei upon
f""iii Rimt. thnmnvli
"JT '"nner, and at
SSyiix?- any Fxrxt CTau
Dentista caisi af
ford. Also wish to call the special eAten
tion of those wanting Artiflcia.1 Tvxth to
the fact that they put them up wi axy
plan, and of BEST MATERIAL.
Clarksville. Jan. 20, "72 ly
FOR SPRING TRADE
Wl K LEE MAN'S.
ladles' and Genl&FnrnIshlns Gffods,
C L O T II I O ,
JIats, Cnps Boots, Shoes, ete.
Stock new and very select..
Clothing Biade to order, and warrant-
to give satisfactioBk.
St Room on Franklin street,
nearly opposite J
April 6, 1872-tf
HAS risen, Phoenix like, from the
debris of the late fire, and has taken
a shop on FranfcHu street, above
Pitman & I.ttwiC atiore, , where
he baa n larje and elegant stock of
leather, ready t make the finest
BOOTS AND SHOES,
cut in the. beflt styre, and a perfect fit
guaranteed He invites bis mends and
form er pakrons to kI ve him a call.
.iea oi tnetM,iair.
FtNP-Iire Drugs, Chemicals
Pateut Medicines, Paints,
OiTs, Varnishes, "Window
Glass, Pure Wines, Brandy,
Whisky, Fine Tea and Spices
call on OWEX & M00RF
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A complimentary extra copy furnished
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No paper sent after subscription term ex
piree, except by cash renewal. Address
. ROBERTS A PURVIS.
COMPLETE Stoefc of Truttses, Sup
porters, Brat es, etc to be found at
BYEBS, and at low prices.
The old and reliable firm of
Weare pleased to inform our lady friends
nd customers that we have now on b a n
a large and well selected stock of elegant
Pall and Winter Trade.
arUcl'elbtd!l,itnefeTRry to merate
fn n'rsTc. housed WS kept
We return many thanks to a eenrn.
Respect fu 11 v,
Oct. 19. W-tf H0IX,0 MAcriRE.
Manofactnrers of tha celebrated '
MeKEYXOLD-S Jt HOLT PLOXF,
So fa vorably k. own by the forming com
munity during the war.
Having established our
11 ow Factory
upon a basis that enables ns to otter to the
; pnblic tne ...;
Best and Cheapest Flow,
ever introduced la this section. We Invite
dealers everywhere, who wish to handle
the cheapest on the market, to call and ex
amine our work, madeof the best material,
and learn the extra iiidiiwmntiirri
M em-Factory, on Front Street, near La
fayette Mills, Clarksville, Tenn.
t Plowa repaired on short notice.
r. Sv-our Flow ca bo had. at wholesale
and retail, of R. s. Moore fo Fox &
Smith; Henry Freeh, and Barker t Courts,
Feb. 17, 72-tf
Lie; car &heys.
We tanve on hand a large and varied as-
and wverything for Christmas that can
desiied. Call and examine onr stock.
LIGOfi & ELY'S BAKERY
is in full operation. Fresh Teast, Bread,
and every variety of Cakes, fresh from the
oven every day. All orders promptly filled.
li&oet & Kit?,
No. 33 Franklin Street.
Clnr-kwvi.il e, Tennessee.
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween eoieTt, ira in jt 10, in tuisuay, a tti
February. 1S7::. dissolved by mutual con
sent, .1. Baldwin retiring from the Arm.
J. . icemen anu J. A. tranl are alone au
thorized to settle the bnslness of the Arm.
they having assumed all liabilities, all as
sets having been transferred to them.
I. S. NHU1.KTT,
J. A. tilt A NT,
From and afler the above date, thestvle
of firm will le NKBLKTT Jt fillANf.
March 1. 1H i
C. C. EVERETT & CO.
Have opened a first class Confectionery, at
Morrison's old stand, opposite the Cotrrt
House, where tln-y have Just received a
large and select stock of
Toys for Christmas,
AND COFECTIONS OF ALL KINDS.
Fresh Cincinnati Beer and 4'rcana
Ale, Ice cold, fnr all who indulge.
f . V. 'F.VERETT 4.CO.
Nov. 2. l72-tf
H. - M. AGREE,
OFFICII m H.ESIIJBIVOB,
31 door Kast of the Kpiscopal Chnrcb.
Returns many Thanks for the 11 hern!
patronage extended to him for Inst thir
teen years. Having had an experience ot
nearly nineteen years In this specialty
hopes by close attention to business and a
faithful discharge of his duties to merit a
continuance of the same.
May 4, T2-ly.
IOCAL AUEN'T wanted In Clarksville,
Tenn..ror THE aLDISE. the only Art
Journal in Americ.t. An active, enorgetio
person, who will obtain a respectable list
of subscribers, can retain the position per
manently. Oilier ixTupotlou no objection
provided resnltsaresatisfactorj-. As THE
A Li DINE is not sold to Booksellers who
are not regular agents, this is an opportn
lilly to w ork up a business that will he a
regular income with less exertion enchsuo
ceedingyear. No spplication will be en
tertained unless accompanied by such tes
timonials:! will show tlie bUbest respec
tability and genera! success of applicant in
anuertamng. tuiipartlcaiarsby aoil
JA5f ES PUTTOy CO., Publishers
M Aingx Laxic, Snr Vong.
March 2fl. iJ73-w
ATMWS rERMTlRE STORE
AT NO. 1, FRANKLIN 8T.,
Clarlcsvillo - Tenn.
Has in store a new and fresh sapplr of,
Furniture Just received, such a
BEDSTEADS, B HUE A US, WASH
stands, Wardrobes, Chairs, Ta
bles, Lounges, Sideboards, -Book
Mat karks, Matresses
MXDSOME CHAMBER SETS,
In Walnnt, Rosewood. Mahosany. Oak and
OakTrimmei.of the intent styles and re
cently bought. Parlor SWs, Bd-room Sets.
Iinhii5-rooin Se!s aud Hall Furniture, sold
cheap. These goods were txu;lil lor this
trad.-, nought cheap and to be sold cheap.
If you are in need of any article of Furni
ture, here's you r place t j buy, to buy cheap,
t ome and see and frice our good as we
mean to sell, and thai yrry low. Let all
eome. see and price, and then tell their
friends to come and bnv.
CARPETS! CARPETS! CARPETS!
AT NO. 21. FltANKXIX ST.
We have embarked ln the Carpet trade.
It properly bf longs to our business il
costs UN no additional business expense,
nordoes It consume our time We mean
lo sell them, t'oiiie and see them, price
them. If we do not oSTrr yon as good
grades, as pretty patterns aud at aa low
prices as any In the market, we cannot ex
pect you to boy. - . -
Best Goods for Leas! .Money 1
Wedcllirht in showing our Roods; it is
our bonndt-n dnty to show them, vonr
high prerogative to examine and select.
So come and see our Carpets, Rues and till
Cloth, and be yonr own judge of their
Cheapness and quaiitr.
Q. C. ATKINSON.
NO. 21, FRANKLIN ST. '
A full assortment of Undertaker's mate
rial always on band..
lYood and 3IetaIIc Cases and Caskets.
I use Fay's celebrated Patent Self-sealing.
Alr-ticht, sheet metal Burial Case
and ( lutkets. u nsurpaHsed ln durability,
streifth, lightness, beauty and convent
euce of sealing, made of heavy sheet, sine.
The only all zinc case I am aware of.
Will eive my persona! attention to calls
In the city.
A Handsome City and Country Hearse
furnished. Orders promptly attended to.
Q. C. ATIIXSOX.
Every year increases the popu
larity of this valuable Hair P rep
aration, which is due to merit
alone. We can assure our old
r patrons that it is kept fully up to
lis nign Bianuaru ; aim it is tue on
ly reliable and perfected prepara
tion for restoring Grat oh Faded
Hair to its youthful color, making
it soft, lustrous, and silken. The
scalp, br its use, becomes white and
clean. It removes all eruptions and
dandruflj and, by its tonic proper
ties, prevents the hair from Cilling
out, as it stimulates and nourishes
the hair-glands. By its use, the
hair grows thicker and stronger.
In bahfness, it restores the capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
will create a new growth, extfept in
extreme old age. It, is the most
economical Haje-Drkssino ever
used, as it requires fewer applica
tions, and gives the hair a splendid,
glossy appearance. A. A. Hayes,
iLD., State Assayer of Massachu
setts, says, ttThe constituents are
pure, and carefully selected for ex
cellent quality; and I consider it
the Best Pbepakatiox for its
intended purposes,' "
Sold by ail Drugqiutt and Denier fa Medicine.
Pries Ono Dollar.
FOR THE "WHISKERS. .
As our Kenewer 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
tliis result. It is easily applied,
and produces a color which will
neither rub nor wash off. Sold by
all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
V.. H. IlKINUIIL-BST.
BRQCKMAN & JiEIXGHlKST,
BUGGY AND - WAGON
- - - Clarksville, Teas.
Wekeen on hand the largest stock of
Carriage. Buggy and Wagon work in th
Slate. Including the celebrated E. Hays
Co s Buggy work of Wheeling. Vamaoo
factnred by Wheeling Wagon and Carriage
m an work sola by ns warranted toglv
K TV C O X J It Cr K
We build every style of
AMD ' j
ORDERS FOR WORK SOLICITED.
We guarantee- satisfaction in every In
stance, Call and examine our stock. ,
Prompt atteution give terrpairju;.
FACTORY OPPOSITE OLI BAPTIST
CHCRCII, CLARKAVILLt, TE5X.
BAKER & BKO.
Jan. 4, 187J-tf
Having this day suggested the Insolvency
of the estate of T.Cobb, dee'd, all persons
holdtnc claims against said estate are here
by notified to file the same with Ihe Clerk
of the t -uiintv Court of Montgomery county,
properly autuentfc-ated. for payment, wit n
in the time prescribed by law, or they will
be burred. This 1st dar of April, !?:.
. April i TMw. '
T O !W O It Iv
' Xeallj and Promplly Kiee uted-
15" rilAXCEKT AT CLAS.K.STILLE.
' OTATB OK TENNEHSEEO
'I.F.RK AND M .VITRR'S 1 ! K F. ',
Man n , I'd.
WHtsiw,0. fi Cooke. W. T. McRev-:
Holds, H. Freeh. L. Bltvli, W. M. McKev- '.
noids, W. Karksuaie, W. M. Imniel, H. K. v5
Stewart, F. K ti racer, W. T. Rollins, U. R. .
KarrlM. Fetcr tiueal, J. Scurosdt, A. How
ell, J. W. Faxon. 1. N. Ketmiiv, J. J. (u
man, .H. F. Beamnoiit. 11. M. ixal?, C. W.
Beaumont, and Joshua i'oblK have Sled a
Mttruin in t n riminvrv 11.1,1-11 nt el..,..
ville. nntvlna that letters of I nmrmniinn
may issue to aeumpany 10 Ite styled. "The
Clarksville Co-operative Mauuiaoturinir
Cotnnany," the object and purpose of said
Company.Trh" aldiriir "d nsmstm saet-"
manntucturiiig euu.rprisess now exist in
the City of Cu.rfcj.V3lie, Air whirn limy be
hereafier established i:i s;tiil t ity, with tha
followtnsc powers, privileges and rights:
To make contr.-u.-ts, to sue and be ne-t.
under their corporate name. To hold real
and ptrsonal estate, to an amount suffici
ent (or the purpose and object of their bn.-ln-K.
To borrow money and secure the
saint, by mortgage or otherwise, to lend
money nin ui-li security aa mav be"
deemed sufficient for the purpose of ald
in? msnarncturing estubltxhul in Clarks--vlile;
to eng:i(;e tn the manaractnre ef
wagtnis. carrsngos, busgies, furniture of
all kinds nnd character, agricultural Im
plements and tools of all kinds, window
blinds, sash, 1ki-k, flooring. 4c. To en
gage ln the business ot' sawing or plaining
lumber, or the manufacture ol iron or
leather, or any kind of articles from the
T ha capital stock, not excecdlni'
ia,iH mi divided ii:toNhai-es.f -Vnw micacii"
Tbe stock to b pnhf t monthly losiall
mentsof J.i uu upon tlie share, but no In
stallment to become dne nntll l" shares'
have been sulwcribed. The eomiau- noi
lo be organized nntil lil shares are sub
scribed aud ten days' publication given of
a meeting of the stockholders, lo have
seven liireclors, five of whom shall be a
quorum, to lie elected by a mnjorlty of
votes east at election, and to hold otllce for
one yearor onttl their saccesHors are duly
elected and qitaiined. At eii-etlon each
share to be entitled 10 one vole. The Board
of Directors to elect a President. "Secretary
and Treasurer out of their own number.
The Directors to be the managing board ot
the company, with power to invest lit
money of the cuinoany in mien maimer as
will best and nu-.t pri.rHnbly carry nut the
purposes of the company. A meeting of
the- s!isksliw 4w Itm'uk -vwy :v.
months, at which full reporio shall be made
by the ili rectors.
Toaitopt such By-Laws as they deem nec
essary, not inconsistent with this charter
or the laws of the land. All the powers set
out In tlwt'ode from !ec. 1 tot to iii, and
from Sec. 1Vi to lti. The salary of the
President. Secretary and Treasur to be ,
fixed at the first meeting of stockholders
or at any regularmeeting.
That Board of IMrectors shall give prcf
erenee.all other thlnss beir g etil. to the
stockholders. In makinrc com raeis and giv
ing em ploy mentor In purcliasing material.
Tolieaa,! eontinnea or)Mrarion, with
11 net-eswsry powers for ninety.iine Tears.
ow. therefore. I. Folkii. Johnson. Clerk
and Master of our said court, do hereby
give U'Mlee to all persons to appear at the
next term of the Chancery Court,
within the first three davs of said
term, to lie holden at the Conri House, in
Cirksvil!e. on the -Kb. Monday of April,
1X73, and show ennse. If they 'have any,
why letters of Incorporation should not
Issue to said Company as prayed Tor, or this
cause will bo proceeded with, ex-parte.
It is ordered that a copy o?" this on'.erbn
published in the Clarksville I bnAk-le for
PiLK (. JOHXHOX.C. A M.
Railet Luktos, Sol, forcompl't.
M t. rch 8, i S7 pr. fee ftSi.
OF IMERESTJO THE POLIf!
Having this day associated ourselves to
gether in the practice, of
we take pleakorw la informing the pnhlis
that weare prepared to do all kind of Den.
tistryln the most Improved sryie and ou
reasonable terms. We would also call
special attention to the fact that we hav
the best fitted op office in the city, with
supply of Dental tools and goods t Hat can
not be surpassed in the I uited states. And
with the aid of the IVntal Knineweaiw
enabled to do work with grester ease to
ourselves and with less pain Hour pa
tients. (1. A. JOTIN-STOX.
O. II. SWIi'T.
DR. JOHNSTOX returns many thanks
to his friends and patrons for the liberat
pn tronf.se for the laat few years, and won Id
ask a contlniMic ot the same. He may
be found at hisottUe at all hours, reudy to
wait on all that may favor him with a call.
Nov. 21 lSTJ-tf
A Few ruTarnUhed Tacts Aboat
Why the New Whee'er" Wilson is the
best tbe world has ever produced :
It Is the only machine Ihst makes the
lockstitch with a rotating hnk. thia
avoiding the annoyaaao of a sliaitle ami
threadiugaml breaking thesume.
It has much less machinery than any oth
er, and is const ructed on the uiot sen initio
p-inciples. tach joint Is siljnstabie by
lemiHTtng screws; hence lt durability.
It is the most sileutaiul rapid sewing ma
chiue and also the liElilest running in th
world, and unlikeother maehlBes, which
make the more noise tee longer they ran.
' it has no oil alxive its cloth surface: thus
the Impossibility of getting the work oiled.
Il has the French prized giuss foot im
provement, and new style combination
hemmer, performing with ease and ru ti ki
ll r broatt aud narrow hemminir. ft-lliae
and binding. Theglass feet enablethe op
erator to see every stitch and to rua as
close to the edge as desired, all cf which
are attached by a slide, thus avoiding the
old process, used by other machines of
screwing them on.
It has the broad, silent draw feed and
feeds the goods from each side of the nee
dle, thnsavoiding the twisting of the work,
so troulilesnme with other machines.
It has but one tension to regulate and
hut two silts and the needle ey to thread.
Other machines have from eifht to four
teen. It will sew from the heaviest kerseys and
felts to X, down to gossamer tsasue pa
per with eijual facility.
Kach machine is turn Ished a ith a com
plete set of attachments fordo! dz all kinds
of plain and ornamental work. Other
companies chaiveextra for tbem.
It has a convenient little kr lfe for rat
ting threml and gtsjds, thossavl ng time aad
trouble of busting forseissors.
. It is the mo"t beautiful machine in the
market, filled op on a handsome braced
Iron frame and the wood work of the best
seasoned black walnut, rosewood and ma
hogany. The case, when opea presents a
beanliful workstand fitted up with conve
nient drawers and when closed and locke
protects it from the dust and meddlesome
lineers. Tha liberal terms on which these mat
chine are sold puts tliem within the react
of every family and as a saver of time, la
bor, health, eyesight and thread, there 1st
not lteiual in the world. There Is n In
vestment which pays a better Interest
brings more relief lo a honselio.J.
Husbands anil fathers, d you lota yonr
wives and dnughtersT Io you wist to pre
serve their health and beauty, aad keep
them the happy companions of your de
ciinK years if so. make no delay, but or
der one immediately. Satisfaction Is guar
anteed. Delivered to your house and In
struction given In Its use lree of charge.
Kach machine insured thrseyears. .
The public ar aiso invited to call at fl
W. Hillman's furniture tore,No.3x Knink
llo st.. wher 1 have my otflcek aud exam
ine ! yourselves, or address
T. R. RI'KUIR. Agent.
Box 'M, Clarksville, Teun.
vb. 1. 1875-tf.
(Twenty Thousand Dollars) in Vseaarams.
for Distribntion among the fcuunun-si-ribersof
Weekly Enquirer !
IX APRIL. 173.
The nnmber of Prcmlnms are always
Increased when the number of names ex-,
ceed the n urn Iter caculated npon.
now offer tlie following :
I I'ash Premium or $1.000
20 Cash rrems. of moOeafl, 2,00(1;
60 StfBi-irlndlns Watrhrs
lOOCanh rremluni?'2 farh,' i.two
200 Cash Premiums $10 eacli, .
100 Cash Premiums 3:1 ear l, 3tM
100 Cash Premiums U ear, tW
12;9 UlscrllanroBs Pre. $2 to $10
each, . , 1,500
Hakln? a Total of Two Thoasand
Premiums, worth Twenlj Thousand
Every sulcriler who remits $2 no fora
year's subscriptinn will liava his. name
regtstored, and wlil Is? mrnKhed bv return
mall a receipt giving tlie, late and nnmber
to which his name Is registered, said nnm
ber being represented by aduplicate in Ihe
Jitcnts. s-ndlng ID names and ?'3'.or) at
one time receives free paper one year and
have ttieir names registeretl aa purtlci
pants for premiums.
Specimen copies, posters, premium pam
phlet and stihseriptioii blanksxent free to
persons desiring them. Address
Dec 23, tSTJ-tf
NIMJISD JLUfilJE 10?
Steam Engine?, Saw MHLv
PLANTER'S PRIZE SCREWS:.
Machine rj Repaired at Short Xotlre
Call and see our
ftTEAH JET HHP. .
and throw awsv yonr cold water Pomps
no more Bsc tor them when you can dv
WHITFIELD, BATES A CO.
Aug. 2S, Tl-tf.
; CERTALV CUBE FOU"
CORXS ! Xo euro, no pay..
Onl v oO cents jkt bottle For
mate l.y OWEX tt MOOBE: