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When I lonR for sainted memories,
Like angol trooiw they come,
If I fold my nn to ponder,
f On the old, old home);
The heart lias many passages
- Throui(h which the feelings roam.
jioi us nuuaie aisie is sacreu
l'o the old, old home.
Where infancy was she tered
Like rose-buds from the blast,
When girlhood's brief elyslum
Iu joyousnesswas pasbed ;
To that sweet spot forever.
As to some hallowed dome,
Life's pilgrim bends her vlUon
Tin the old, old home.
" A father Rat, how proudly.
By that hearthstone's rays.
" And told hlschildren stories
Of his early manhood's days ;
And one soft eye was beaming.
From child to child 'twould roam J
Thus a mother counts her treasures,
In the old, old home.
The birth-day gifts andTestlvals,
The blended vesper hymn,
' (Some dear one who was swelling lt
Is with thetieraphim.)
The fond " good-nigbu" at bed time.
How quiet sleep would come.
And found ns all together
In I he old, old home.
Like a wreath of scented flowers
Close interwiueeach heart;
But time and change In concert ,
Have blown the wreath apart y
But dear and sainted memories Li
Like angels ever come.
If I told my arms and ponder.
Ou the old, old home.
We wish we knew the name of the
local who penned the following, so
optly put, as he deserves full credit for
"If & man buys a new buty; or if
- his cow can bawl three times without
winking, the local is expected to pro
claim it with a grand flourish. If he
Bt arts a two-penny business, his first
thought is to bribe the local with ft hre
cent cigar to write up a five-dollar
puff. Indeed, he thinks it Li a mission
of the local to make his fortune for
hiui by 'free blowing.' He will take
the local to one Ride and point out the
superior qualities of ft rat-terrier dog,
and coolly ask him to "eive him a
hoist.' He don't care anything about
it, only cprigeins has a dog which he
thinks is a buster, - and some of 'em
wanted his 'put in' just to 'take the
conceit out ' of Spriggins.' Every
body wants to be 'put in,' they are the.
'Great I Am. but no one says, 'Here,
local put yourself inside of this suit of
clothes, or throw yourself outside this
oyster stew, or stuff this watch into
your pocket Oh, no, of course not;
that would cost something. The shoe
is on the other foot, you see. The lo
cal is supposed to know everything
about other people's business, and is
exjiccted to show up all the actors in
every family broil in town. If the vile
tongue of Ecandal finds a victim, peo
ple wonder why he didn't run about
with his note book and gather up the
vituperative bits of slander for his
paper. If he steps into a billiard hall
he is requested to make a note, of the
astonishing fact that Bill Tompkins
has made a run of eleven points.
AVhen the minstrel troupe arrives in
town, the agent immediately rushes
into the printing office, and, calling for
the local, he slips three or four tickets
in his hand, and whispers : 'Draw us a
big house ! Put it in strong !' and pat
ting him patronizingly on theshoulder,
the agent admits the inferiority of the
trouje, but we are not to 'let on.' It
is no sin for the local to lie. To please
the lecturer the local is forced to sit
two mortal hours to hear through an
insipid discourse so that he can "write
him up." And so it goes. All are
anxious to apcar favorably in print,
but few are willing to pay for itl The
local's time is worth nothing, but to
bother his head writing puffs for am
bitious persons. It don't cost him
anything to live. lie never eats, or
drinks, or travels, and money is of no
use to him. Tut it in ! Put it in 1"
Shall this be Verified.
In the year 1857 Lord Macauley
wrote the following to Hon. Henry S.
llandall of Courtland: , ,
" I never uttered a word or wrote a
line iudic-ating an opinion that the su
preme authority in a State ought to be
entrusted to the majority of citizens
told by the head. 1 have long been
convinced purely democratic must
sooner or later destroy libertyand civ
ilization, or both. Your Constitution
is all sail and no anchor. Either some
Cjei-ar or Napoleon will eize the reins
of goverunieut with a strong hand, nr
your republic will.be asjf'earfully plund
ered and laid waste by barbarians in
the twentieth century as the Roman
10 ni J lire was in the fifth, with this dif
ference ; that the Huus and Vandals
who ravaged the llomau Empire came
from w ithout, and that hour llunsand
Vandals will Lave been engendered
within your own country by own your
When the plants are too large to ad
mit the plough, use only hoes to keep
down the grass and weeds.
Wait till a considerable number of
plants begin to button for seeds before
you commence to top, when these will
rieii about the same - time. Topping
must be done according to the appear
ance and promise of each plant,
jitrcngth of soil, and the time the work
is done. First topping for medium to
bacco should be from ten-to twelve
leaves, rarely more, priming off lower
leaves, ueither too high nor too low,
but just high enough so that when the
plant ripens the lower leaves may be
well off the ground.
Continue-topping as the plants are
large enough, observing as the season
advances to top lower and lower, so as
to bring in the late plants before frost.
After the tobacco begins to gain
that is, to rijicn, neither plow nor- hoc
should be used, as it has been found
best to sacrifice pounds to color.
' The plants, after being topped,
should be kept clear of worms, ami the
suckers should be pulletl off before
they grow too long. Mind, do not be
in a hurry to cut your tobacco before
fully ripe, and enough fully and uni
formly ripe to fill a baru. Have your
barns close (long ones are best.) well
daubed and dry. Cut the tobacco of
uniform size, color and quality, put
ting about seven medium plants to an
ordinary four and a half foot stick,
How Foiueroy Satisfied Senator Davis.
From Forney's Chronicle.
When, one day, weary with the
cares of state, the JSenator from Ken
tueky was snoozing in his chair, his
name was called to vote. - A neighbor
punched his ribs and said, "Wate up,
Sir. lavis, your name is called."
Half unconsciously the Kentuekian
rose and asked the Vice-President
what they were voting on. The Vice
President explained that it was a rail
road bill iu Kansas. "Well," said
Mr. Pavis, in that shrill voice and
Hintcd manner of his, "what 1 want
to know, before I vote, is the amount
of stealage iu the bill."
W hereupon the great and good Pom
crnv arose, his face beaming all over
with the smiles only a clear couseieucc
cau produce, and said:
"If the Senator from Kentucky will
eruiit me I will explain. I have
thoroughly investigated this bill, sir,
and I assure you if there is any steal
age in it I cannot find it."
"All right. J1 r. i resident, respond
ed Senator Pavis. "if the Senator from
Kansas can't find any stealage I'm sat
isfied there is uone there."'
Som eth inc. Worth Rem em eerixci.
The London Lancet. excellent author
ity, gives the following reciie for the
cure of bone felon : As soon as the
disease is felt, put directly over the
FHt a fly blister about the size of your
thumb rail, and let it remain for six
hours; at the end of which time, di
rectly under the surface of the blister,
may be see u the felon, which cau in
ptantlv be taken out with the jioiut of
a needle or a lancet.
Miss Scsan B. Anthont says she
is willing " to stand face to face with
Satan." Then the world would say:
" Scsan Dear, thou art in the right
The cholera morbus, which prevails
in some of our cities, is an aggravated
form of diarrhoea. The symptoms of
this disease should therefore be care
fully noted, and a judicious physician,
when convenient, should be consulted.
The American Journal of Pharmacy
gives the following directions : '.
A diarrhoea, no matter how slight,
cannot be considered cured until the
discharges have entirely resumed their
natural appearance and frequency for
two days, and even then it will recur
from slighter causes than at first and
be more obstinate after each relapse.
No matter how mild or slight the di
arrhoea may be, the physician should
be informed of it, if he be at hand or
can easily be reached. But if he be
not at hand, time should not be lost in
waiting for him ; and with prompt and
proper attention he may then not be
needed at all. A simple mild diar
rhoea is easily arrested by rest, diet,
and a small dose of laudanum, with or
without spirits of camphor, taken af
ter every discharge from the bowels ;
and such doses can always be had in ft
vers few moments from every apoth
ecary shop. . But the experience of
many epidemics lies shown that a judi
cious combination of three or four
medicines, all oawlikh have been long
used in various proportions, and about
which there is no secresy or complica
tion, is better addapted to the general
ity of such cases than any one or two
of them : while such combination is
adapted to later stages" and more se
vere cases of the disease, to which
laudanum and camphor alone would
not so well apply.
. Such a judicious combination com
piled from the recorded knowledge on
the subject, will be found in the fol
lowing mixture, which all good apoth
ecaries can make and keep ready for
use. And the public generally is
strongly advised to adopt and rely up
on this as being better and more sale
than the advertised specifics and nos
trums of the day ; and as beingall that
the present state of knowledge will af
ford, and all that common sense and
reason can expect from any remedy
not adjusted to each special case, as
remedies always should be if possible.
Apothecaries are also strongly ad
visea to adopt the formula, name and
lable to prepare the mixture careful
ly from good materials, and to sell it
with the label and directions here
given, and to sell no other prepara
tion for these uses, except upon the
written prescription of a physician.
The label and directions here given in
full detail, are adapted to a fourouilce
vial, and the apothecary only has to
have them copied by his own label
printer, with his business card appen
ded at the botaom.
Compound Tincture of Opium or
Diarrhaia Medicine. The mixture is
composed of the Tincture of Opium ,
Spirit of Camphor, and Tincture of
Capsicum, each one fluid ounce Puri
fied Choloroform three fluid drachms,
and a sufficient quantity of strong Al
chohol to make the whole measure five
Each fluid 'drachm or teaspoonful
contains about -100 drops, consisting of
twelve minims of each of the first
three ingredients, .and 4i minim's or 18
drops of chloroform.
JJose For a person over 18 years of
age, a teaspoonful ; 14 to 18, a small
teaspoonful ; 10 to 14, half a teaspoon
ful ; 6 to 10, thirty drops ; 2 to G, ten
to thirty drops ; infants, 1 to 10 drops,
according to age.
In time of epidemic cholera or diar
rhoea, when any person has two move
ments of the bowels more than natural
within twentv-four hours, the second
one should be followed by a dose ot
this mixture, the dose to be repeated
afterevery movement that follows. If
the movements increase in frequency
or in copiousness after the second dose
of the medicine has been taken, a phy
sician should be sent for at once, and
a double dose be taken after each
movement until he arrives. Immedi
ately after taking the first dose the
jieisou should go to bed and remain
there fur twelve hours after the diar
rhoea has entirely ceased.
Advice to Marriagable Girls.
"Girls," said a worthy old lady to
her grand-daughters, "whenever a fel
low pops the question, don't blush and
stare at your feet. Just throw your
arms around his neck, look him full
in the face, and commence talking
about the furniture. Young fellows
are mighty nervdus sometimes. I lost
several good chances before I caught
your fond, dear- grand-father, by put
ting on airs, but I learnt how to do it
after a while."
A girl in this town found the above
item in a newspaper, and determined
to act upon the suggestion contained
therein. She tried many other plans
to capture wary fuzzed-lip youths, and
had failed. As a last, desperate resort,
she would try the furniture business.
So when the young man whom she was
angling for dropped in to see her the
other evening, she received him with
smiles and lured him along in the con
versation up to what she considered
the popping point.
She held the bait temptingly before
his eyes, and he opened his mouth and
"Angeline! I have long entertained
a feeling of the highest regard for you.
I have the greatest respect for your
judgment, and I would ask you a qucs-
tion upon which much ot my luture
happiness depends. Would ycu have
He was interrupted. The girl threw
herself across the room into his lap,
and as she held him in an iron embrace,
she stared into his eyes, and rapidly
"Oh yes double bedstead with all
my heart mahogany sofas bless you
parlor and kitchen setts my love
marble-topped bureau and ah!"
The astouished youth, partly recov
ering his senses, strove to pacify the
excited girl, and to find out what was
the matter with her.
As he soothed her, she held tighter
to him, and between her sighs, whisp
ered of love and furniture. Susject
ing that he had been misunderstood,
the young man said :
"Angeline, calm yourself. You
didn't hear me through. I was about
to ask if you would have me "
"Oh. yes, chairs and "
"Dolisten a minute would you have
me marry Miss Gertrude B., or Miss
Emma P.? You sec I am undecided,
Like- a cat arising from a hot grulle.
that girl arose from off that fellow,
and she Joured hot epithets upon him,
like scalding water rushing from the
sjMWt of a kettle on a dog's back.
Said she: "You cousarned, inan
ish. idiotic, greeu simpleton. What
do you reckon I care who you marry,
you fool '! you lubberly, obtuse, un
appreciative, mutton-headed, jack
She stopped he was gone.
Sowixu Wild Oats. In all the
range of accepted English maxims
there is none take it all. in all more
thoroughly abominable than this one
as to the "sowing of wild oats." Look
at it on what side you will, and I will
defy you to make anything but a dev
il's maxim of it. What a man, be he
young, old, or middle aged, sows, that
and nothing else shall Jie reap. The
only way to do with "wild oats' is to
put them carefully in the hottest of
tire and cet them to dust every seed of
them. If you tow them no matter on
what ground, up they will cgme, with
long tough roots (like touh-grass) aud
luxuriant stalks and leaves, as sure
as there is a sun in the heaven a crop
which turns one's heart cold to think
of. The devil, too, whose special crop
tlmr si rp will sw t)i;it tliev thrive: and
you and nobody else, will have to reap
them ; and no common reaping will
get them out of the soil, which! must
he dug down deep again and again.
Well for you if with all your care,
you can make the ground sweet by
your dying day.
Tnr. first new wheat in Virginia has
brought ?2 25 per bushel. .
- . i
Mammoth Stock of Spring and Summer
BOOTS, 'SHOES, HATS,
Now on sale at
Wholesale & Retail !
Ready made Dresses for Lndiesand Misses
Custom made Clothing and Gent's Fur
nishing Goods, latest stylos, that will fit
and wear well.
A fine line of Youths' and Boys' Castom
MadeClothiug, that will not only make the
boys happy, out will make the mothers
and faUiers rejoice to know that they can
find a unit for their boys, at Rice, Hroaddus
& Co.'s to fit and wear better than one
made at home.
We have all of the new and desirable
fabrics in Black and Fancy
The question where can I find snch and
such poods? need not 1 asked when you
visit Clarksviiie. All you will have to do
is to go to Hire, Broaddus A Co.'s SUore, No.
8, Franklin street, aud call for what yon
want, and you will be almost certain to
find it, and at the right pi ice.
readies, don't foil to call for Club Stock
Paranoia, as they are the newest ami most
stylish that are out thisseason; also full
lines of Black and Brown Silk Umbrellas,
and full stock of Misses' lined and unlined
Parasols, good stock of Colored and Black
Cotton Umbrellas bought direct from the
manufacturer and will tie sold chea for
cash. KICK, BKOADDUS fc CO.
KID GLOVES !
The best Kid Gloves sold In the United
States are Chossou's, every pair warranted.
We have full lines of Hie above make for
ladies and gentlemen. Try them and you
will never regiet it, but willalwavscall for
Chossou's afterwards. We have others not
so good, but fair Kid Gloves, in Black, Op
era, Medium and bark Colors, at 1 iw per
Large stock of Bleached and Brown
Domestics aud Sheetings
very cheap. Extra bargalnsglven In Irish
Linens, Table Linens, Pillow Case Linens,
Linen Sheetings, Towels, Napkins, Ixiylca,
Crash, Tidies, &c.
Carpets, Oil Cloths,
Mattings, Bugs, Poor Mats, Oil Window
Shades, I jut- Curtains, Curtain Damask,
CarMt Liiiings, kc. This department we
can sulely say, Is as largeand varied as any
in the market, and at the lowest rash prices
KICK, BKOADDUS & CO.
White Goods, Hosiery, Notions.
These three departments we have made
a specialty this season, as it is larger and
more varied than ever.
Handsome Lace Sets and Collars.
Handsome Linen Sets and Collars.
Very large and handsomeslock of jatet
ropolltan Hulls and Kishues for the neck,
all new and desirable.
Embroidered Linen and Jaconet Bands
Elegant stock of iJnen and Jaconet Edg
Iiikm and Inserting.
Ileal Val. Lace Collars, Sets and Handker
chiefs. Ladies' nice white hemmed Handker
chiefs for $1 per dozen.
Ladies' all linen H. S. Handkerchiefs for
$1 75 per dozen.
Ijulit's' nice Balbrtgan Cotton Hose for
8 INI perdojseii.
Full line of Ladies' Misses, Gents' and
Boy's Hosiery and Notions, cheap lorcash.
Will make money by calling on ns, as we
don't allow any house to undersell us.
We are now, 'ami have beeu for the past
five years. Agents for the
ANNIS SHEETINGS !
It Is well known In this country as one of
the best. Full supply always on baud at
RICE, BROADDUS 4 CO.
It Is otir dally study to know the wants
of thiscommunity, and all who favot ns
with a call will find by a close examina
tion of our stock that it is NOT, nor do we
intend it SH ALL be, excelled by nnv In
this or any other market Iu this vicinity,
in Variety, Style. Quality and Low Prices.
We extends cordial in vltatiou to all.
. RICE, BROADDUS & CO
April 12, 1873-tf.
Successor to J. i, Lockcrt & Co.,
; , ; , Offers to. the public, a full assortment of
French, WHito, Gold-band and
American, Belgian and' Bohemian Glassware,
A complete line of Havre, White Granite and C. C.
Tallrfunl 111 erv
Chandeliers, Lamps and Fixtures,
Hotel and Bar fixtures
TOllREY'S PATENT WEATHER STRIPS,
4 Mirrors, Basliets,
Fine Eancy 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,
as?-Sign, "Bis Pitcher," Franklin Street, Clartsville, Tenn.
Oct. 28. 1873-tl '
R. P BOWLING.
O. K. WAREHOUSE,
Comer Front and
Main Streets, .
Solicit Consignments for Sampling and Selling !Tobacco.
Kept. 16, 1871-tf.
L. T. GOLD.
HEBHDON, GOLD & CO.,
TOBACCO S.UESIS AID GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
TRICS' LANDING, NEW PKOYIDENCE, TENN,
Special attention paid to Inspection and Sale of Tobacco. Cash advanced on Tobacco
References by jermission : B. O. Kkkcfk, President Bank of Olarksville ; T. F. Pet
tub. President New Providence Savings Institution, and the trade generally . .
Jan. 4. l73-tim. . .
. SIGN BIG PADLOCK,
are now receiving their fall stock of
of every description,
lTf. Pnmns. Xails.
tlialns.Urlndstonos, Cross Cut Saws
Uamcs, Locks, liana haws,
Hoes Hinges, t'edarware,
lotilIc niifl Sinjjlo
GUNS AND PISTOLS
Powder, Shot, Caps, Cartridges, Car
penters' Tools, Coopers' Tools,
Blacks tilths' Tools, Iron
Axles, Springs. Iron and
Steel, Plow Bollsand
Mings, Hubs, Fel
Cast and Steel
Buckeye Grain Dril
andeverythi"!" pls- five ns a call or send
in your orders, which will have prompt
Jan. 4, 73-t.
Depot for all Patent Medi
cines Simmons' Liver Reg
ulator, Vinegar Bitters, Hos
tetter's Bitters, llangiim
Root Liniment, Danforth's
Sanative Dentifrice, etc. "We
sell all Patent Medicines,
Wholesale or Retail, at
OWEN & MOORE.
J. J. THOMAS.
WILLIE P. HAMBAUGII.
A PLAIN PROPOSITION.
Everybody to know that it will cost you
nothing to have a Wheeler 4 Wilson Sew
ing Machine brought to your bouse and
shown to you, and if you do not buy there
will be no hard thoughts, but many thanks
for giving me a chance to sell you, um
warn you it will be to yonr interest. I hope
you will avail yourself of theopportunity.
The qnal illes which recom mend the Wheel
or & Wilson are many, among the most
important are the few I shall here state
It makes the lockstitch without a shuttle.
It has but two slots and needle eye to thred.
It has but one tension to regulate. It has
no oil above its cloth surface, hence it is
impossible to get yonr work soiled. It feeds
the goods from both sides of the needle
avoiding the twisting of the work so troub
lesome with others.
There hag ben a standing challenge for
three years of ?1,000 for any shuttle ma
chine that does not contain at least half as
many more pieces as the New Wheeler 4
Wilson. Sl.OoO for one that can sew as rap
id. S1.0U0 for one that can do a greater va
riety or better work. 81,000 for one thai is
as noiseless. $1,000 for one that the change
of needle, stick, thread and tension can be
made npen as quickly. 91,000 for one with
all the joints adjustable like the New
Wheeler A Wilson ; and $1,000 reward for a
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine that is
I will make old machines (no exception
of the 20 year kind) sew a well as when
new for from $3 to $5. Parties at a distance
can take their machines on the table and
send them to me with their bobbins and'
hemniers and have them repaired.
All machines sold delivered to your
house, with full instructions in its nse with
all of the attachments furnished free of
charge, which other companies charge ex
tra for and machines guaranteed 3 years.
Address your orders to
T. R. BURGIE, Agent,
. Clarksvllle, Tenn., Box 206.
Otllce at U. W. Ilillman's Fnrinture Store,
No. 38 "ranklin Street.
June 7, 1873-tf.
J. P. Y. WHITFIELD.
C. B. WILSON & CO.
riiHANKFUL FOR THE LIBERAL PA
X iron age extended to ns last year, and
liouiiiic a continuance of the name. Hav
ing added to our machinery and stock of
maiiulaciared uooUs. we cau furnlsu on
1) Ci will furnish pli
. to1.."" estimates of matei
6. B. WILS0X & CO.,
Commerce Street, near the Foundry.
April Hi. ISTl-ly.
Pollock & Johnson's
Real Estate Agency !
RESIDENCES' FOR SALE!
One on .Franklin street, containing Six
One on Second street, containing Seven
One on Charlotte Pike, containing Eight
Each of the above have good garden spots
nd all necessary outbuildings.
Terms liberal. Applv to
POLLOCK 4 JOHNSON. Aa'ts,
Cor. Franklin and First Sta,
March 29, 74-3ni.
(OLD STAND) "
FIELD AND GARDEN
Garden Implements I
Gnano, (Jypsum or Land Plaster, Patapsco
PLOWS, HOES, CHAINS, ETC.,
in any quantity,
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
May 3, lSTS-tf.
So. 11, Franklin Street,
Have now on exhibition an immense and
wcii wuecieu kiock 01
Staple and Fancy
White Goods, Lawns, Per
cales, Piques, Table Lin
en, Towels, Motions,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
zeisieriiros.. Edwin c. linns
and the best make of other popular facto-
nca iu uuBiuu uiiu cmiaueipmo.
CLOTHING AND HATS
Cassimeres, Cloths, Doeskins, Cottonadeft,
Linens, Trunks and Fnrnisliinir OikmIk.
Tlie celebrated best nttlng SUIKTM Of
We are agents for
P. TEACHER'S JEANS.
Department at prices to compart favorably
..... t. 1. . . r, x' . 1. I M n 1 1 III.
Our business has eradually increased ev
ery year. We have strictly adhered to the
Liiiie-uounreu maxim, "iuick sates ana
small profits." Grateful U our old patrons
we shall endeavor to continue to merit
tlieir confidence, and invite the whole sur
roundingcountry togive us atrial.
We have a reliable corps of Salesmen :
A. SI.OAV, A. I.. WIHTAKGK,
I.. 8TUAI M. RB'T NAIMIAUT,
W. T. AVERITT.
SIGN TWO SHADE TREES.
March 22, 73-tf
Takes pleasure in informing the public
tnai sue is now supplied it wun a large
auu varieu siock. oi
SPRING AND SUSIMEB
Fancy Ooods, of all kinds;
Fans, of every variety;
Bonnets and Hats, of every shape;
French Flowers ; Point Apliqucs ;
Oimpure Laces, etc.;
Real Hair Braids
and all goods to be found in a first class
Itl all its del ails, by Sir. Etr,an accom
clised dressmaker, at reasonable prices.
Ladies are invited to call and examine
Mrs. Wm. K0SEXFIELD.
March 29, 1873-ly
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Office, corner of Third and Franklin sts.
Where he will
le pleased to see
and patrons at
t-A . all times. All
-v.f :f..clT2 ;---a f.,nneil n n o n
.VT" 5" the Teeth in the
-.T. most thorough
v'VVi manner, anu at
f-ii'J'rix-mS? fees as low as
y.ts-'-- nny Virt Clwa
Dentists can af
ford. Also wish to call the special atten
tion of those wanting Artificial Teeth to
tlie fact ihat they put them up ou ANY
plan, r nn or ut.it iMA rr.KtA.ij.
Clarksvllle. Jan. 20, 11 ly
FOR SPEING TRADE
CHEAP GOODS I
Ladles' and Gents' Furnlsbln? Goods,
nats, Caps," Eools, Shoes, etc.
Stock new and very select.
Clothing made to order, and warrant
ed to give satisfaction.
Store Room on Franklin street.
nearly opposite J. J. Crusman's.
April 6. ll-.3-tf
For Pure Drus, Chemicals
Fatent Medicines, Faints,
Oils, Varnishes, "Window
Glass, Fure Wines, Brandy,
Whislc-, Fine Tea and Spices
call on OWEN & MOOItF
Havinsr this il.tv unmrpsted the insolvency
of the estate of Geo. T. Iucw, dee'd, to the
Clerk ot the ConutvCoort of Montgomery
County, Tennessee, this Is to elve notice to
an navmf? claims aKainsisam riai i mo
tlie same with said Clerk within the time
prescrihedbylaw.ortbesame will be for-
ever barred. TnK May 22. .
II. U. tfUlPiCI, AUDIT.
May 31, 73-4W
r. i x
WHOLESALE AXD SSTAIL DKALE11S IX
THIRD DOOR IAST FROX FIRST ST.,
The Best Grade of
In large quantities, at the lowest rates,
N. 0. Sugar and Molasses
Ctnshed. Powdered and Granulated Sniar,
Frime Kio Collet-. Teas, Factory Cheese,
v vni.r, mxm, i-epper. 1 earn t'owtier,
New Hominy, Carolina Kice and
a well assorted stock of
M'CAULEY & CO..
Offer to the public a larce and well select-
ea siock or urugs, Metltcines, ale. Allartt-
cies Kiiaranieeu pure ana Iresli.
We have just received a large lot of
Soaps, Toilet Artleles.etc, to which we In
vite the special attention of the ladies.
We prepare u remedy for nervous head
ache, which is a certain cure. Try a bottle.
We call the special attention of I'hysic-
liuia to liuiu
EXTRACTS and SYRUPS,
manufactured at onr'honse.
Weareaeutior K. W. Thomas'
Celebrated Chill Tonic !
Onr Prcscrlntinn Ilennrtmont la in,lnAl.
ed by Sir. Warner Thomas, an accurate
anu careiui prescnpuonlsl. All orders
promptly attended to, dav or night.
McCAULLV t CO.
iov. . i7t-ir.
rpHESEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION OF
x mis institution begins on the 2nd ol
- 21) IM
- 25 (JO
Use of Instrument
Ancient and Modern Languages each 10 00
Drawing . 15 M
miming in i.ni , ,, 25 00
Wax Work. Z. 15 tM
Incidental fee 2 00
noarumg, including lurulslied rooms.
lights tuel and servant' ntlntiitn on nn
Washing, per dozen . u) I
, w , JOS. B. WEST, Pres't.
Livery and Feed Stable,
ON THIRD STREET.
S. 0. W. BRAXDOX, Proprietor.
, AS GOOD AS THE BEST.
Good hacks, bnusies and saddle horses
Kept lor nire.
Coal! Coal I
We have been annotated aeenta for the
Diamond Coal and Mining Co.. and will
commence delivering Coal nere about the
i.in 01 October, we intend to supply
goiHl article of Coal at as low a figure a
will Justify nsin handling It: willtrv to be
prompt and accommodating in every way.
Din we must nave me casii lor coal when
delivered. Orders left at our otllce, accom
panied by toecash; will be promptly tilled,
all others .will have the bill sent. with
them. We respectfully solicit a share of
Sept. 28. 72-tf
NEW CONFECTIONERY !
C. C; EVERETT & CO.
Have opened a first class Confectionery, at
Morrison's old stand, opposite the Court
House, where tbey nave just received
large and select stock of
Tojs for Christmas,
AND COKECTION3 OF ALL KINDS.
Fresh Cincinnati IJeer and Cream
Ale, ice cold, for all who indulge.
C. C EVERETT A CO.
Nov. 2, lsW-tf
H. M. AGREE.
OFFICII A nESIDBWCH,
3d door East of the Episcopal Church.
Returns many thanks for tho liberal
patronage extended to him for last thir
teen years. Having bad an experience ot
nearly n neteen years In tins seenilty
bones by close attention to business and a
faithful discharge of his duties to merit a
continuance 01 tne same.
May 4, '72-ly.
J as. W. Morris and Ben. 15. Morris worked
Willi me last year.on my farm in district
No. Sot this i-ouniy, and after selling the
tobacco, which was raised on share, gave
lie inonev to their older brot tier, 1 no. J.
Morris, who refnxed to give nie my portion
of it. On my asking for my money, they
cursed me, knocked me down and stumped
me.andthen threw a large root oi my
head aud tried to murder me. They asked
tne what 1 wanted with the money. 1 told
hem I wanted to pay my debts, tneysaid
damn my debts: tbey were going to keep
the money and pay their debts. Their
mother told them to hold on to the mon-
ev. tber could Ox me up that night. Tom
told tier to come anu go wim nnu iu Jt'
Morris' and they (the boys wonld kill me
r 1 'I ' 1 . . ..a tlij.lv ... ..Ili.rr.lf
OeiOrVUMJ. jr,,.iii,ii,ii u,"....a .....
and came back that night. I had lastened
the door of my room and they could not
get in. but stayed there -.me lliue,f.iiootinK
and trying to get in. Tbey did not succel.
I left home next morning because I thought
they would murder me If I stayed there.
Iliad raised these boys, educated them,
nd done all I could for them, and this Is
the return Uiey make me for all the kind
ness I have shown them. They are my
step children, and I had rained them from
mall children, and 1 want the world to
know what they have done to me.
KUbEUT C. iIAUUtU.
May Si, 1373-4w.
Fine Cigars, also choice
Yinrinia Smoking and Chew
ing Tobacco for sale by
OWEN & MOORE.
ATMWS Ft BffllRE SICSE
AT NO. 21, FRANKLIN ST.,
Clarksvllle - Tenn.
Has in store a new and fresh supply of
Furniture just received, such aa
BEDSTEADS, BUREAUS, WASH
stands, Wardrobes, Chairs, Ta
bles, LosR'es, Sideboards,
Book Cases, What-Xots,
Hat Racks, Matresses
HAXDS0ME CHAMBER SETS,
In Walnut. Rosewood. Mahogany, Oak and
Oak Trimmed, of the Itet styles and re
cently bought. Parlor Sets, Bed-room Sets,
linitig-rooin Sets and Usui Furniture," sold
cheap. These Roods were bought for this
trade, bought cheap and to be sold cheap.
If you are iii need of any article of Furni
ture, here's you r place to buy, to buy cheap.
Come and see and price our Koods, at we
mean to sell, and that yery low. Let ail
come, see and price, and then tell their
friends to come and bu v.
i. C. ATKl'SOX.
CARPETS! CARPETS! CARPETS!
AT NO. 21, FKANKL1X ST.
We have emliarked in tbeCnrpet trade.
It properly belongs to our buiinew it
cobm us no additional buxineMt expense,
nor tloe.i it consume our time. We mean
to sell them. Come and see them, price
them. Jf we do not otfer you as good
grades, as pretty pat ferns and at as low
prices us any in the market, we cannot ex
pect you to buy.
Best Ooods for. leas! Money !
We delight in showins our soods; It Is
our bounden duty to show them, your
high prerogative to examine and selert.
So come and se our Carpets, Rugs and Oil
Cloths, and be your own judge of their
cheapness and quality.
l. C. ATKI.SSO.Jf.
NO. 21, FRANKLIN ST. "
A full assortment ot Undertaker' mate
rial always on hand.
Wood and Mctalic Coses and Casket.
I use Fay's celebrated Patent Self-sealing,
Air-tight, sheet metal ISurial Cases
and Caskets, unsurpassed in durability,
strength, lightness, beauty aud convent
euce of sealing, made of heavy sheet sine.
Tlie only ail sine case I am aware of.
Will give my personal attention to calls
in the city.
A hau-lsome City and Cbuntry Hearse
furnished. Orders promptly attended to.
q. C. ATKINS0X.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fe
ver, Chill Fever, Remittent Fever.
Dumb Ague, Periodical or Uilioua Fe
ver, &o., and indeed all the aifectiona
which arise from malarious, wyh, or
No one remedy is louder
called for by the necessities
ef the American people than
a sore and aafe cure for
Fever ami Agmt. Such
we are now enabled to offer,
with a perfect certainty that
it win 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 core; for the patient escapes the
risk which be most run in violent attacks of
this baleful distemper. This " Curb " expels
the miasmatic poison of Fever and Ifss
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 qniiusm 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 and Agn is not alone the con
sequence of the miasmatic poison. A great
variety of disorders arise from its irritation,
among which are Nenraljrla, naeanm
tisas. Goat, Headache, Blladneea,
Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asth
ma, Palpitation, Palafal Affection
f the Spleen, Hysterics, Pain la tha
Bsweu, Colic, Paralysis, and derange
ment of the Stomach, all of which, when '
originating in tins cause, pat on the inter
mittent type, or become periodical. This
"Ctru expels the poison from the blood,
and consequently cores them all alike. It is
aa invaluable protection to immigrants and
persons travelling or temporarily residing ia
the malarious districts. If taken occasion
ally or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and
cannot aemmolate in sufficient quantity to
ripen into disease. Hence it is even more
valuable for protection than core; and few
will ever suffer from Intermittents if they
avail themselves of the protection this rem
For Liver Complaints, arising from torpid
ity of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy,
stimulating the Liver into healthy activity,
and producing many truly remarkable cores.
waere other medicines fad.
MUST AXED BT
Dr. J. C. ATEK CO., Lowell, Mass..
Praetieul and Analytical Casmfets,
AND BOLD ALL BOUND TUB WORLD.
SAM. BKOCK VAX.
EBOCKJIAN & BRIXGHl'BST,
BUGGY AND WiGON
See. St., - - - Clarksvllle, Tena,
We keen on hand the largest stock of
Carriage, Duggy and Wagon work in the
stale, inciuuing tne reieoraieu r.. nayix
Co's llusrsiv work of Wheeling. Vs., manu
factured by Wheeling Wagon aud Carriuge
AII work sold by ns warranted togive
We build every style of
LIGHT SPBIXG WAGONS.
ORDERS FOR WORK SOLICITED.
We guarantee satisfaction In every in
stance. Call and examine our stock.
Prompt attention given to repairing.
FACTORY OPPOSITE OLD BAPTIST
CHLRC'II, tXAKKHYII.1.1:, TEXJ.
BAKER & BR0.
J. , 1873-tf
E00M3 FOR REXT.
A small family can be accommodated
with two large rooms and hall between,
centrally located, by applying at this o nice.
March 22, T:i-tf. .
J O 13 -V O RK
Xcatlf and Fromptlj executed
Plow....' Manufactory !
M'REYfclOLDS & SON
Manufacturers of the celebrated
JfeRET.XOI.D-t HOLT PLOW,
Ho favorably known by the farming com
munity during the war.
Having established onr
upon a basis that enables ns to oiler to the
Best and Cheapest Plow,
ever introduced In this section. We Invite
dealers everywhere, who wish to handle
the theapest on the market, to call and ex
amine our work, made of the best material,
and learn the extra Inducements ortereJ.
H. Factory, on Front Street, near La
fayette Mills, ClarksvUte, Tenn.
fiSy Plows repaired ou short notice.'
P. 8. Our Plow can bo bail, at wholesale
and retail, of K. H. Moor A C04 Fox t
Kmith; Henry Freeh, and Ihurker Courts,
Feb. 17. 72-tf
Oils, Window Glass, Sc.
FOR THE MILLION t
S. B. STEWART,
at his new store, on Franklin street, nearle
opposite Court-bouse, t ail and exanilny
MtOelt Ullll rirtl'fM. MM I Itmiu.M I.. Irn u f. I I
slock of all tr.MxU in my fine, and will not
u uuuersoKi iy anybody.
SiiM'iul .rivni ii.i. .iTiu. . ... I 1 .A 1 v.
I 13 ,'C.I 1 t 1 . .IIC U(.
MCrmlloll llIkrtin..,t whi..l. im I.. I. ..
of Mr. Cieo. Valliunt. and persoun sending
prewnpuons o me may rely on having
them prepared with accuracy aud prompt
ness at any time, day or night-
S. B. STEWART.
J as. b. La Run.
TARPLEY &. LaRUE,
(Successors to Roach RaineyJ
W. J. STAN FILL, Clerk.
Feb. 15, 73-6ni.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Opposite Tobacco Exchange,
Clarksviiie, - - - Tenn.
Feb. 2S,-73-ly ,
OF UTEfiESrjO HIE rait!
IT s V ! n a thliitflv uuMi.tmi miMi.
gelher In the practice of
DEMISTRI A.D MEDICIXI,
we take pleasure in Informing the pnblle
that we are prepared to doall kind of Uen
tistry in the moot improved style and on
reasonable terms. We would aln rail
special attention to the fart that we have
the bet nttl up ottii-e In the city, with a
supply ot liental tool and Kood that ean-
iiwwriHi 111 trie LuitnistatAt. And
with the u.d of tlie iA-ntal KuiIum a. ...
enabled to do work with icret.-r ease u
ourselves and with less puin tj onr pa
ri. A. fOHNSTON. "
O. 11. iWIFT. "
PR. JOHNSTON returns M,,itr ik...
to his trien.lx anl pntrotis for tlie liierl
pulroilae for the lat few Tears, and would
ask a eouliiiunnrw ol the' snino. He may
be found at bis oilt e at ail hour., ready to
wait on all that may lavurliiio wiibaeill.
ov. si. II.J-ll
Steam Engines, Saw .Mills.
PLANTER'S PRIZE SCREWS.
ITathinerj 2f paired at Short Xctlre.
Call and see our
. KTKA.W JET PI MP,
and throw away your cold water Pumps
no more use. for tbeiii when you euu do
WHITFIKLD, BATKH a CJ.
A 05. SB. Tl-tf.
HAS risen, Phunix like, from the
r-s .1.. V. -i r . 1 1 .. .
minpnn rranaiia street, above
Pitman A Lewis' store, where
be has a large and elegant stuck of
leather, ready t make the finest
BOOTS AND SHOES.
cnt in the latest tyle, nnd a perfect lit
guaranteed. He invites his friends anil
lormer patrons to mve 111m a rati.
."ISU Of tue (11.11 iwxi-r.
April 23, 1870-tf.
arlrl Ail vnrllur IIvhi tlua. s . . l.
f--- 7- V ' s 1 1 lit r iirr
city. sues liberal. Apply at this office
jr ar ik tunis.