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tLlEKSTILLE, ALU. 9, 1874.
t. B. VEBI.KTT, I J. A. QSiHT
PCBLIBHXRS AND FROPRIITORS.
rath or adtxktisikg: i
One Dollar per square of Tea lines or leas.
RITES OF ADVERTISING.
MO. IQCAIU. 1X0 2 MO j 8X0
xo ! 12 xo
2500 30 00
S5 004 00
4000 ;' 00
20 00:30 00
So 00:50 00
S5 00 180 00
Announcement of marriage and death
free tributes of respect and obltoariea
j!Upce.l.--- , :., f f t
KKAT MtTHEKS KAIL AD.
Train No. 2 arrives and leave at 125 p. x.
Train jNo. 4 arrive and leave at 2:10 r. x.
e.i,HM i ooixaaocTH. . . !-.?
Train So. 1 arrive and leave at 5:05 p. X.
Train No'. 2 arrive and leaves at 8:53 A.K.
Mrjfo. l and J are mall train.
"' Camp mektisq, t Cedar Hill, will
commence Friday, 22d inst. '1
Rkv. J. B. West, D. Dn will preach
at Tarsus Church, near Dr. J. Hart
Marable'a, on Sunday, 17th inst.
PRAyERMEkTINQ will be held tt the
residence oT"M. CPaman; on Green
wood Avenuet nexfTuesday night.-'
All are invited to attend.
The RrT.Tl Wrighl, of the
Methodist Church, Vill preach to-morrow,
in the Presbyterian Church,
morlBg and . rening. Serrieef t
10 A. H. and 81 P. "
The Gallatin Tennesseean lerns
that the corn crop ot Sumner county
bida fair to be much better than was
expected some weeks ago.
, n '
' Da. McRetuolds is mating prep
arations to have a nice residence erec
ted on Franklin .Btreet east of Mrs.
Rev. Dr. Lcpton, pastor of the
Pret-befterian church in this city, star
ted for New York last Monday, May
he have a pleasant trip and safe return.
We are sorry to learn that Allen
Halliburton, son of G.C. Halliburton,
of this county, had one of his feet
badly crashed y athreshing machine
yMfoiD4: a! i c .11 .t".i
Our county superintendent of pub
lic schools request all District Direc
tors to meet at the court-house next
Monday, to attend to important bnsi
ne connected with the school inter-
Mr. . B. Ely is having a hand
some front, to contain three or four
large rooms,' put upon his lot on Com
The Methodists of New Providence
are making efforts to erect a new
church edifice. We trust that sub
scriptions may be liberal and promptly
paid, ao as to enable them to put the
work through in a short time. -
Miss Sallie Elt will re-open her
school, near her mother's residence, on
Monday, 25th inst. She has won an
enviable reputation as a teacher. For
terms, see advertisement.
W. McComb & Co., wholesale and
retail 'grocers, in this city, are sole
agents here for "Draughon's" ele
brated Kobertson county whisky. We
refer to their advertisement in another
column. - " - '. . ' ',.
Qualified as Judge. Hon. C. W
Tyler was, on last Monday, qualified
as county and criminal Judge, and
entered immediately upon the duties
of his office. On Tuesday he went
down a id opened circuit court at
Erin. We learn that thesession of
court there will be very short
J. J. Hamlett, at Dorris' old stand,
has a new advertisement to-day. His
stock of stoves, tinware, house-furn-ishishing
goods, etc., is complete, to
which he invites an examination. He
gives special attention to roofing, gut
tering and repairing.
Police Force! The following gen
tlemen were elected at the meeting of
the City Council, last Tuesday, as po
lice for the city for the ensuing quar
ter : Frank Phillips, captain ; J. D.
Jenkins and W. W. Morrison, night
police J. M. Moore, day police. J. M.
Cross was retained as day police and
Something New Under the Sun.
Mr. T. B. Prewitt, who lives in dis
trict No. 1G, on the south side of Cum
berland river, informed us, last Satur
day, that a lot of hogs broke into Mr.
James Green's tobacco field and de
stroyed a part of his tobacco crop, by
breakingoff the leaves and chewing
the stalk. We always thought chew
ing tobacco was a hoggish practice.
We learn that Mr. Henneraty, for
merly the popular steward of the
Southern Hotel, is making arrange
ments to opeu a first class restaurant
in Weill's uew building on Strawberry
street. . lie thoroughly uuJersUuda
his busiuess, and will keep a house
that will be worthy of a payings pat
ronage. Personal Dr. W. M. Finley has
returned to the city after an absence
of a mouth or two in superintending
the improvements on his farm near
Lebanon, to which place we presumo
he will remove so soon as his arrange-
incuts are perfected. His amiable
lady has also returned from Hot
Springs, Ark., greatly iuvigorated
by the trip. She also visited the
Sulphur Springs, Searcy, Ark., during
her absence. .
Steamboat. Mr. Tutt, of this city,
is having a small steamboat built just
above the seven mile ferry. It is iu-
teudod fur the wood trade, principally.
We suppose there will also be sonic
irx7 done on board. When he
j-eU it completed Capt. Tutt will put
on steam and bring her down to Gra
cey's wharfboat for public inspection.
The Captain thinks - she will make
waves sufficiently strong to throw the
Hide-out cleau out of the river.
S' TEE cholera which paid us a pass
ing visit, is doing its work- of death
in many localities, and .instances are
not wanting of its return .to places in
which precautionary measures have
have been abandoned and imprudence
has followed. We suggested, weeks
ago, that the prudence which averted
the scourge, would probably s b nee
"essary during the heated term, to pre
vent its return. And since it ia so
easy as well as pleasantto cultivate
cleanliness, and so wholesome,' under
any circumstances, to indulge in no
thing, but the mott : digestible food,
we renew our suggestion of continued
prudence, hoping that neither our
streets, nor '' premises nor ' kitchens
shall hold one inducements for the
return of the scourge. . ' '
' KlscAJraojr.WooD& Co. We were
politely shown through the extensive
establishment of this firm one day this
week. They have a varied and care
fully selected stock of stoves, tinware,
china, glass and queensware, house
furnishing goods, etc. The arrange
ment of the different departments is
neat and attractive, all their wares be
ing distributed and shown to advan
tage. They also have on hand tile pi
ping, fire brick, grates, etc., and are
prepared to supply the public with any
article in their line upon accommodat
ing terms., Country merchants can be
Supplied at this house at the lowest
figure., We can see no good reason for
sending off for articles above men
tioned, when we have houses at home
which can supply them of the best at
prices to give satisfaction to all.
Br reference to the advertisement
of Clarksville Female Academy it
will be seen that President Wright has
secured the services of Miss Lizzie
Frazer in the Literary Department
She was e teacher in this school whilst
under the t uperviaion of Dr.' West,
and her good qualities of both head
and heart are fully appreciated by her
numerous friends in this community.
The addition of Miss F. completes the
corps of teachers, and all arrange
ments are being perfected, for a good
commencement in September. In ma
king a selection of a school to send
your daughters, let all consider well
the many advantages offered at the
Clarksville Female academy.
Life Insurance. Mrs. Amelia W.
Yates,, of thid city, has a card in to
days Chronicle, returning thanks to
Messrs. Pollock & Johnson, agents for
the New York Life, for the prompt
payment of 13,000, the insurance on
the life of her late husband, J., n.
Yates. The tsgents have also, on de
posit, $5,000 to meet insurance on the
life of the late T. Cobb, of this coun
ty. Such promptness commends these
agenkiWd then1 company i to the pub
lie. . . ......
Accidents. On last Saturday a
young man named Robert Belt, whilst
at work at his father's mill stjuahove
town had three fingers of the left
hand badly cut with a wood saw, re
quiring the removal of the fore finger,
at the middle joint. '
Xant Wednesday morning, Mr.SpU-:
lers, a workman at the planing mill;
was using a tri -square to determine
the accuracy of some timber he was
running through a machine, when the
square was thrown off, inflicting an
ugly wound upon the hand between the
wrist and the first joint of the thumb.
Dr. Larkin in attendance patients
Personal. Gen. J. M. Quarles,
of Nashville, was circulating among
his old friends in this city this week.
Mr. M. D. Davie, of .Beverly, Ivy.,
after a long absence, was in town last
Tuesday.. We were gratified to . place
his name on our subscription list
again, and hope to be able to keep him
posted in matters here, in which he.
appears to still manifest great interest.
Dr. J. A.Gholson,of Stanton, Tenn.
called to see us last week.' We are
glad to hear of his prosperity at his
Mr. Ensley and family of Memphis,
are in the city, the guests of Major
School Books. Owen Si Moore
have an extensive stock of standard
school books, stationery, etc. As our
schools will soon re-open, now is the
time to make selections. This firm
proposes to furnish any book at pub
lishers' price. Read their special no
tices in to-day's paper.
A LADT found two dollars lying on
the floor at McCormac's gallery a short
time since, and at the time could not
learn who the owner was, being anx
ious to return it to the proper person.
It is now ascertained to whom it be
longs, and if left at the gallery the
rightful owner will get it.
Death of Rev. E. II. Osborne.
We learn from the Gallatin Tennes
seean that Rev. E. II. Orsborne died
in that place on the 1st inst That
"His loss is not only an irreparable
bereavement to his family, but it is a
severe calamity to his church and to
the community. His life here though
short, and most of it through the pain
and anguish of a terrible sickness,
was a bright illustration of the power,
the grandeur, the immortal nature of
the glorious religion which he, with
surpassing eloquence, proclaimed to
his fellow man whenever his strength
enabled him to stand in the sanctuary
of God. Aye, more, he was loving
and gentle as a child, and as grand as
a liero of old, and we bend ourselves
in - sorrow because we will have
no more ' his elevating presence
among us, and we will heat
uo more the almost inspiring
ring of his eloquent voice proclaiming
the infinite truths of an infinite Sa
vior. This blow is the more sad to
his friends, because somewhat unex
jiected.. They were hopeful a few days
ago of his entire recovery. But we
bow to the decree of God. His afflic
ted family have our heartfelt sympathy
in their sad bereavement and we are
sure they have that of every member
of the community."
Cholera has re-appeared at Erin
and six tr eight died this week. The
Paducah Kentuckian August 1st, re
ports ten deaths of cholera, and in
consequence, oue half of the citizens
left town. The reports from Jones
boro, East Tennessee, are more favor
able and induce the hope that the dis
ease is about played out We hear of
no indications of its returning to this
place, yet a watchful prudence is the
safest policy and should be strictly
adhered to by every family.
Some few watermelons in market
at tall figures. 1
A-GENTLEMAN related -to us, the
other day, a joke at the expense of
Guthrie which is too good to keep.
It seems that during the cholera scare
in Nashville, a citizen resolved to leave
at all hazards, so he repaired to the
depot, not caring what train he took,
nor where , he stopped. Whilst wait
ing for a train, he thought it prudent
to fortify against the disease by fre
quent potations in a neighboring sa
loon. The result was that by the time
the E. & train got ready to move
out, he was in a condition neither to
know nor care where he went So
without providing a ticket, ho stagger
ed aboard and was soon asleep on his
sea Li -In doe time the conductor de
manded his ticket, having first shaken
him into partial consciousness.-'
"What you shaking me for f' De
manded the drunken passenger.
"I want your ticket," said the con
ductor. .,.,., i( ,,V r '.V r
i '"I hain't got no ticket," was the reply-
... -. "M
"Well, give me the money," insisted
the Conductor. 1 - '
"How much you want?" asked the
passenger. ' ' ' '
.21 don't know," was the reply, "'till
you tell me where you are going to."
-"Going to hell, Sir" !
"Well," said the Conductor, "give
me two dollars and a half and I'll put
you off at Guthrie, the nearest station
to the place you are going." -j r a 1 ' J
The money was' paid and the passen
ger was put off at Guthrie, but by what
conveyance he made the intervening
distance, the Conductor saith not.
Dispatches, up to the 5th, report
cholera worse at Union City than at
any time previous, with four deaths on
the 4th and 5th,-and two more at the
point of death.5- We have conversed
with several persons from Union City,
who arrived here on the 6th, who re
port a very gloomy 6tate of things.--They
say that in coming into that town
to take the train, but few houses were
open on the road and but few persons
to be seen on the streets of the town,
the panio among the citizens of town
and vicinity being so great that a ma
jority of them were leaving. Accord
ing to population. Union City has suf
fered 'more from the disease than any
place it has visited. - We deeply sym
pathise with the people of that section
in their sore affliction. - j ft. ft
t The entertainment by the Hook and
Ladder Boys, on last Thursday night
was attended by about three hundred
persons, many being kept away by the
rain.; The performance appeared to
give entire satisfaction to the audience,
the plays selected being excellent and
the parts well rendered. 'We goto
press too early to speak of Friday
night's performance, or to notice at
length that of Thursday.
, To-night vill be presented "Raising
the Wind," and by request, ""Duel in
the Dark" will be repeated.
In accordance with a resolution
passed by the Montgomery Farmers'
Club, at their last meeting, a meeting
of the farmers of this county will take
place to-day, 2 o'elock p. Mn at White
Chapel, near McMarray's store, to con
sider the propriety of organizing a
County Grange, and to appoint dele
gates to the Farmers' Convention that
is to meet at Nashville in September
next ; We hope there will be a large
turnout of farmers upon this occasion.
As the time approaches for the elec
tion of a new Board of 5 Alderman it
affords us pleasure to point to the rec
ord of T. II. Jackson, representative
from the 7th ward. His labors on the
street, fire and market house commit
tees have been arduous, unceasing and
eminently satisfactory. Allow us, Mr.
Jackson, to announce you as a candi
date for re-election ' -"'
Editors Chronicle: I desire,
through your columns, to return thanks
to Messrs. Pollock & Johnson, Agents
for New York Life Company, for their
promptness in payment of the $3,000
insurance on the life of my husband,
J. H. Yates. I commend Life Insur
ance to all. " ' ' ' - ' -
Amelia W. Yates.
August 9, 1873-lt
Sale of Lots. On the 23d inst
Mr. A. J. Robert will offer some thirty
or thirty-five lots for sale, lying in Ro
bert's addition to the city, which are
very suitable for buildings for manu
facturing purposes. If not sold pri
vately before that time, the sale will
take place at the time specified above.
The protracted meeting at McAdoo
Church was in progress up to Wednes
day evening, Revs. H. L. Burney, B.
31. Taylor, Mr. Berry and other minis
ters of the Cumberland Church, as
sisted by Rev. Geo. W. Brown, of the
M. E. Church, being in attendance.
We learn that there was much good
feeling manifested and a prospect for a
TnE Ladies' Pearl. The August
number of this excellent magazine .is
out in good time, neatly printed and
filled with interesting reading matter.
The next issue will be enlarged and
otherwise improved, but the price will
remain as at present, $2 per annum.
Address Rev. J. C. Provine, Nash
We notice that workmen are busy
ballasting the railroad from the depot
up the line of road, and putting the
drainage on each side in good order:
This section, under boss Roger Sheely,
is kept in excellent condition. - - -
The sexton of the cemetery at Gal
latin reports that from the30th of May
to the 25th of July there were 22
white and 80 colored persons buried
there who died of cholera.
Bloch Bros., have put an addi
tional sky-light to their store-room.
They are not afraid to exhibit their
goods in a "strong light"
Work on the Baptist church is
nearly completed, and it will not be
long before this commanding church
edifice will be dedicated.
The fence arouud Trinity Cemetery
needs repairing or renewing, badly.
Stock roams at will over the sacred
We learn that a protracted meeting
will commence at Union School House
('Possum College), to-morrow evening.
' A. II. Rex FORD, a well known law
yer of Nashville, died last Sunday.
The election for School Dlrectoaff,
on Thursday, created but little inter
est here, iridthe Vote wis 8malpI),
L. L. Lurton, H. V. Merntt and it. IS.
Wilson were elected for this District.
In District No., 19, J, MPacher,
Dr. J. n. Marable and U. D.Toialin-:'
son were elected.
District NoMi; efecled J. W: Wlf-
District No. 17, elected II-. OK
attThoa. Mi&sEsq., and Dr-BiW.
District No. 18, elected J. W. Atta
way, J. P. Kelley.!id J. TlL Seehtei.
District .No. 6, elected Dr. D. P.
Sypret, E. B. Ross" and R. A. "Barnes.
These-, are' all; of the districts tSat
were "reported to ni," np to the Umeof
going to press.
Charles Tait, a worthy colored
mio, diedof.g&troeBteritJS ia thisetty,
last Wednesday. Charley was a harness-maker,'
and served liis appren
ticeship with Mrr James Taifyand re
mained with Jinnnntil he died. lie"
was an honest, intelligent, industrious
man, having the respect and confidence
of all who knew him c? V f"- -E
pE are requested to .again call at
tention to the shooting match 16 take
place at the Fair grounds, on the 20th
inst $1,000 and $200 will be shot 'for.
For particulars see advertisement.
;L. FroJitlIch is "offering his.st.ock
of clothing, boots, shoes, etc., at the
very lowest figures, preparatory to-lay
ing in bis tall stock.. Call and see-
him.t- tri.,.eLi:-i-jrv2 ':. i
A nooi lot situated ou Greenwood
avenue, with good paling fence on both
sides, for sale on reasonable terms.
Apply to 'Pollock A Johnson' real es
tate agents. - "
r .. , .,"r : ,, :
- On account of cholera at Erin, the
holding of Circuit Court there has
been postponed to the third Monday
Princeton Railroad. There will
be a meeting of the Directors of this
road at the City Hall, on the 19th inst
. Gold wis 'firmer in- New York on
Wednesday, closing at 115J.
Tennessee Bonds closed at 811c.' - --
Cotton was weakat20J for middling.
' '" '
Mr. Simon Bloch has gone east Id
purchase a fall and winter stock of
goods for his 'popular house. ' We
wish him success. -
We glean the following items ' from
the Springfield Record of the Ttjinst:
Hog cholera, in its worst form, is in
several sections ef our eonnty. 'Squire
Jimmy Woodward, Dr." Draughon, A.
B. Couts and many others have lost
largely byit ...'"' .
Rev. E. T., Hart is doing good work
at Neill's Chapel, and the Lord is re
warding his labors by convertirg many
SOuls. .. .. . ... -., , ; -;..- . ; ,
The sermon of Rev. J. B. West at
the Methodist Church at this place,
last Sunday, is universally praised by
all who heard it. His subject was "Im
mortality." We never heard any sub
ject handled better. ... ,
1 3Ir. B. H. Boon, W. W. Garrett and
D. S. Featherston are to take command
of the Springfield tent at Cedar Hill
LETTER FROM ASHLAXD CITT.
Editors Chronicle: Although
yours is a secular paper, yet I often
see religious intelligence published in
it, and on this account, as well as for
old acquaintance sake, I ask a small
space for the following:
The Rev. C C. JIayhew, of Nash
ville, commenced a protracted meeting
at the 31. E. Church in this place, on
Saturday before the third Sunday in
July, with the assistance of Revs. A.
Stallcup, of Edgefield, T. S. Cullom,
Jno. N., and his father, Jas. R. Allen,
which he continued until last 3Ionday
night, when other engagements com
pelled him to leave. Brother Jno. N.
Allen then conducted the meeting un
til last night, when it closed, with forty-seven
conversions and fifty-seven
accessions to the church.
' The feeling seems to be wide-spread
and without any outside pressure
worthy of note. The Church is great
ly edified and built up. Schism and
discord have well nigh disappeared.
In addition to the spiritual advance
ment of the Church, we succeeded in
raising money to build new steps to
our house of worship, erect a pulpit
and also to buy a bell for the Church
which has been bought and paid for
and awaits our order in Nashville. Be
sides, the Church and people contrib
uted liberally to, in Borne sort, remu
nerate brother Mayhewfor his faithful
and efficient services in our midst. He
has gone to a distant field of labor fol
lowed by the prayers of this entire
community, as we believe that he has
been the instrument in the hands of
God in accomplishing great good in our
midst, not only upon this, bnt upon
former occasions. He has managed
to pay us a visit every year for the last
font except one. 3Iay the Lord be
with him as he continually "goes forth
reaping, bearing precious seed with him
and shall doubtless return rejoicing,
bringing his sheaves with him." The
Lord has done great things for us,
whereof we are glad. To his name be
all the praise.
. ii.i-. ' . S. D, P.
August 1, 1873.
JIinnesota Granges. The Gran
ges of Minnesota are severing their
connection with old political parties,
and are likely to nominate a State
ticket of their own.' The following
resolution gives expression to the most
genera and popular ideas : . -
"Resolved, That we demand that
taxes, county,; Stale and National,; be
reduced to the lowest limit consistent
with the support of the government,
aud that we are opposed to class legis-.
lation, and all taxation of one class,
pursuit, or section for the benefit of
another." , ' ( . .
Twenty negroes, who are charged
with Kukluxing W. II. Wyatt in Mad
ison county, Tenn., as reported in
the dispatches, have been arrested by
the ciUsens and carried to Jackson,
and all admitted to bail in $500 each,
except Joe Rice. Monroe Etheridge,
Nathan Fair and Charles Reed, who
were committed without baiL The
lynching of Wyatt was a most brutal
affair. The story of his having out
raged an old negro woman is indig
nantly denied by the woman herself.
Paris, Aug. 5. A dispatch from
Vienna says Count de C'hambord re
ceived the Count de Paris tolay.
Ex-President Thiers assures his Re
publican friends that they need have
no fers that a fusion of Bourbonists
and Orleanists will be . effected.
French troopfe' entered Nancy to-day
and were received with wild enthusi
asm by the citizens.
li TbUSlREMEN. The'UHRdNi
CLE now circulates throush all the ad-
J'Suniryrifetf K i a commercial
point of view, is sought after by our
enterprising business men in every de
partment of, trade, (As an advertising
medium tresegts the advantages
and facilities afforded by any publica
tion that has1 the interest and . welfare
IpLoux people at heart,, Bear ihis fact
mind wben. you. , wish to advertise
ycV wares an me.thandiseand tlso
, rpembe' tha business taan aanot
lose anything by constantly reminding
the people that he has goods to sell. To
inform buyers where they ean obtain
their supplies is an aceommodation to
mem as wen as uenenciai 10 tne sener.
The 'benctW conferred, are mutual
Persistent, judicidiS aaf ertlsing al
ways has and will fontinue to pay, as
the experience-"1 of the best business
men in the country fully verifies. Of:
course we sees, to ftenehUtne press w
what we say, hut selfishness alone does
hot prompt ns,' in carrying ' but this
suggestion Tmutml;teiJtfit accrues to
ili accordance- with ho "'new aortal
f laxr) oVana after the firs! of July those
of lour jahacribers who receive khe
Chronicle from the post-office in
Montgomery county, will be required
o pay J)ostage,"; five eeits per quarter,
in advance at the office where they re
ceive iE" Subscribers thecjty,l who
have had their paper deliverect at the
post-office, ean , Bare ;the' postage by
having their paper put in our delivery
boxjjn ithe Chbonicli jfnceT We
will change the names to our office de
livery, of all who request it. j y s IS
Postmasters will please notify us, at
once, of any subscribers who refuse o
take the paper out, bind; also, of any
who fail to take it ' out for a ' month.
We are( aware thatj ,tho lawrequires
this of postmasters, and only recur, to
it as a reminder.
At the residence of the bride, In this
county, ot the 3d mat.iljy Rev. J. B. West,
P. IX. Bv. Lewis Lawk and MtaalLaaxHA
Mills, all of this county.
residence, John li Wisdom.
Atr Woodlttwn: X ffiflt'cntintvf'nii th
3i)lh uli., H, H. Wood v i ? &jk -1
At the residence of her son. in Todd co
Ky-oH tlM2th nit., Mra, Jank M anion
aged St) yean. -
VA.. .U 1. -t l t .. . 1 1
Infantum, Nannie, daughter of B. D. and
ceiue u. juoaeiey agea M inontns.
Another home la made sorrowful, anoth
er little grave has been made 1-a the silent
city of the dead, and another bright little
Angel form Is reveling in the beauties off
"TJeatl. rcrtsopon her gentle form.f J (.
Like front upon the aire4 2e wee 5
i In !l tlie fields." , 1 7
Is a very common expression, but we
think armed to embellish and preserve
them to a ripe old age Is decidedly more
beneficial and appropriat-this can only be
done by the fragrant Sorodont." For
cleansing, beautifying and preserving the
teeth, sweetening and purifying the breath,
it has no equal.
CLABKSTRLK TOBACCfr MIKKKT; t
5Ve quoieas follows: , ? if ' A
Interior luira and trash..
S 5rtl0 00
7 OUiS 00
S 259 00
9 10 V
.10 Sikll SO
Com. leaf. ,
Medium leaf. S.
,.13r 5015 00
Turnley, Ely A Co of the Elephant ware-
house, sold for the weekending August 1,
51 hhds. as follows:
7hhds.good leaf, from 10 00 to 11 7r
10 hbds medium leaf, from 10 00 to 10 SO.
vi niias. common tear, from t uo 70.
9 hhds. low leaf, frem 8 00 to 8 SO.
i 12 hhds. lugs and trash, from 6 JS to f So.
: 1 bhds. factory trash at 5 00.
Harrison ft Shelby, of Clarksville Ware
bouse, sold for the week ending August I,
To hhds. as follows :
29 hhds lugs from C 00 to 7 60.
11 hhds. low leaf from 7 SO to 9 23.
15 hhds. medium leaf from 9 50 to 10 50.
15 hhds. good leaf from 10 75 to 11 75.
8 hhds. tine leaf from 10 50 to 12 00.
CLAEiSVILLE WHOLESALE XA1IET.
?- - CORRECT KB BT t.t. CKUHJf AJ.
Sctgar. Is now In good supply, and
we quote, Louisiana, in Hbds. SoOO,c
7jC more in dois. iianneu; unfit; (Jiusn
ed. Powdered and Granulated, 12 to 13c.
Molasses. Newcrop, in Louisiaua, fall
ing very short of expectations has largely
advanced. We quote 6570 by the bbl.
Coffee Very Arm. We quote Rio 23
25, Java 893
Halt. Kanawha, 7 bushel bbls, 3 00
'mcb Superfine. $5 50: Extra, f( 50 to
7 w, unoice or Fancy, re uus m.
- Htak Candles. 20e. : ' ' -:
WHISKET-Oommon country, fl 0O91 20;
bestbrandsRobertsoncounty.fi 75 J 00.
uueese-w. K, no ; aairy ana lactory,
icb Carolina. 10.
Soap Bar, 10. s , r : i J
Oils Coal oil. 23c; lard oil, 80 cts;
Unseed oil, raw 95c, boiled 1 00.
Bpibits tcrpehtine 70.
Vaknish Copal, l 65; Japan, 1 10.
Window Glass 8x10 13 50 box, 10x12
3 7 12-114. 4 Srt ' - ' t . . s . -
PowMJt-RUIe,S7 50 flkeg; leadlOV lb. ?
Srto-p Si m. i ..... . . . i v. ,
Caps 4050c V don.
Oysters 2 and 1 ft cans (2 251 25.
Mackkrel No. S, per bbl, (10 00; kits.
No. 1, 32 00r,2 50.
Blacking $7X75, per dozen. - :
Nails 46 50.
Iron Kentucky, 5c; Tennessee, 5c.
Rope 2A25c. 1 . -
Pittsbcbo Coai. 30 eta. St. Bebsabd,
20 ct. delivered,
Clover Seed $3 75 to 8 00 per bushel.
Millet Seed II 75.
Hunoarian Seed 2 00. - "
Timothy Seed $4 23.
Red Top or Her mm (Jrass $1 50.
Orchard Grass 52 50.
Traces SI 1 50 to 1500 per. doz.
Collars S10 to 27 per. doz.
Hames 15 to 12 per doz. : ,
. Axes (12 to 15. per. doz.
,The following are the prices paid here 'at
this date for country produce.
Hacon Buying, 10c.
Lard 9c j t 1 - :
Tallow 7c. -
Dried apples 3c per Tf.
Unpealed Peaches ;lc.
Pealed . " , 8 to 10c. .
Pea Nc-ra 75 toROc, perboshel.
INSENO 80 to 85c
Feathers new 50c.
White Reans 81 50 to i 00.
JZ - , . rT -i
MlNR.U'atertW KigsiBgcji. Selt
zer or Vichy, constantly on draft at
Stewart's Drus Store.
. teachers can procure their
supply of School Books from
Owen & Moore at bottom
uv . J
White Lead, Oil, Paints
and Painter's ilaterial for
sale low at Byers'.
- t i. .-- -' i' 7-
Country 1 Merchants, At
tention j , ' Call atOwen .&
Moore's, and .buy,, Scliool
Books) ink," Pencils, Paper
. ' U i -t ' 0 fn'i- '
and all kinds oi oiauonery
at the, lowest market prices.
Au 2-. 9-2m.
OWEN & MOORE'S.
Blank Books and Station-
ery for sale low at Byers.'
To all who nave Books to
buy : You can get any School
20,000 pounds of Wool and 5,000
pounds of Ginseng, for which 1 will
pay the highest cash price.
- S.f OPPENHE1MER.
May 24. 73-2m.
CERTAIN CURE FOR
CORNS ! No cure, no pay.
Only 50 cents per bottle. For
"ABC-ntSodaeold as "ieef at S. B.
Fresh Garden Seed just
received at Byers'
Tfie jfestj RobertsonVaiifi
ft V 5
Bourbon Whisky, Imported
Brandy and Wines in the
market to tound at Byers'.
Call at S. 6. Stewart's Drug Store,
and get the best glass of Soda Water
you ever tasted."
Books ! Books ! Books !
Go? tq Owen; f&n Moore's j for
Books, Blank Books and Sta
best you can buy. Try it.
Toilet Articles of every
description ami- quality for
jsale at Byers'.
! BYERS' has for sale the
best Havana and Domestic
j Musical Instruments of all
kinds, such as violins, Guit
ars, Banjos, Harps, etc., also
ja splendid stock of Violin
and Guitar Strings for sale
by 0YTEN & MOORE.
Owen & Moore can furnish
you with Papers, Magazines
and 1 reriodicais or all cie
scriptibns, at publisher's pri
ces,' ; by the- j year4 or . single
copy.. . .... , . ; j-;
j ' '
Fine Gold Pens for sale by
OWEN & MOORE,
: Do yoa WMt a Sewias; Macklae tkat
a pair of pants can be made on In 15 min
utes? If so. buy the new Wheeler A Wilson.
Delivered In the surrounding counties and
instructions given Tree or charge. Terms
easy. See description in another column.
All machines insured 3 years. Send your
orders to T. R. BURUIEJ-Ag't.
P. O. Box 206, Clarksville, Tenn.
Jan. 25, 73-lf.
I MEAN WHAT I SAY.
I will sell good brick at t6 00 per "thous-
and. Head in your orders.
ln your orders. - - ' ,
Clarksville, July 12, T3-tf.
j FINE SPOUT.
' There will be a shooting match at the
Fair Grounds near Chtrksvilie, ou the 2oth
of August, lor a purse ol fl,lW; entrance
S!5, distance 40 yards, shot guns, best six
allots out of eleven. Each man to select
and load his own gun.
At the same time and place there will be
a pigeon shooting for a purse of FJMO; 10
binlH each, 21 yards rise and HO yards fall.
Persons desiring toenter for either of the
above purses can do-so by applying to Mr.
Kstek at his gun store ou Franklin street.
Kine sport Is anticipated, and all are iu
vited to attend.
July 12, 1873-td.
I liavequalllioduM Bdinlnistratorof W. K.
YarbrouKli,dec'd. All perxons indebted to
tbeeKtute are hereby notified that they
muAt t once dlHcharge their lndettodness,
and all persons having claims aKiiinitt the
estnte will present them to me within the
time required by law.
W. W. McMURRAY, Adm'r.
Re it enacted by the Board of Mayor and
Aldermen of the City of Clarksville, Tliat
from and alter this date, and until the first
of September, 1HTH, any person or pernoiui
who shall sail or offer for sale any fresh pork
or fresh nu at the market or within the
limit of the city, shall be guilty of a mls-
de-oennor, and may be brought before 'the
City Recorder on a city win-rant, and for ev
ery sncn oneuse proven snail oe nneu not
1.-kh than ten (10 nor more than fifty (5ui
dollars. This the 7th day of July, 171.
u. K. 11AKKI.S, Mayor.
Jmo. O'Bbii-?, C. K.
July 19, 1871-tf.
M05TC0XEST C01XTI COURT.
Thos. Quarles (col.l et als. vs. ElvlraQuarlea
' It appearing to the satisfaction of the
Clerk from the allegations of the peiltiou
that Elizabeth Quarles (col.) is a non-resident
of the .State of Tennessee, so that the
ordinary iroeess of law can not be served
npon hi'm : It is therefore ordered that pub
lication be made In the Ci.aK8vii.lb
( hkonioi.k, a newspaper published In the
city of Clarksville. for Jbur weeks, requir
ing the said Elizabeth yalWies to apear
before the Hon. T. W. King. Judge of the
4ouniyCoart,at the- August term ot aaid
Court, to be- held atie Court-beose
ClarkvillKJbn Monday, tbe h day of Au
gust, 1H73, aadr t.tacl,Bwr or drntr to
ronipUtnanls bill, or the same will betak
en fr tMife-tsed uis her; ai set for hear-Imrer-varte-'
PCTKR UNEAL, Cl'k.
July IJ, 'TS-lw.
. The next Term of this Institution will
open Sept. 1U The ScholaHtie year is di
vided Into two Terms -of twenty week
e.eiH .i.i i'..:. ...
.H:nt ?,-:5ai.t i i. t'-u.K i - -
Rer. J. M. WRIGHT, President and In
4 atruetor iniental and XoraJ Science.
- UTEBABT DEPABTSEHT, ;
; !o ' '' Mrs. WRIGHT. ' '
Mrs.OC!-N, , Mia P. A. TARRANT,
Miss V. DRTDEX. Miss A. V. CHILI,
Miss A. DHYDEN. Mlas LIZZIE ARZ1CR
1: iatli aid fbescb,' ,
. Miss BEXXE DROMGOOLE.
Miss S. E. HUGHES, , Miss A. SPEAR,
. . MISS 1 H. HALL. .
,'.'.; 'i - ,
.'"-,;' ,4 .... . : . . ,
Miaa KATE CARNEY.
, . MTERIISi, ' :. ' .-L
, . Mis ANNA BENNETT. ' '
Others will be added to this corps as tbey
may be needed. Oar organization shall be
complete, and thoroughness will be our
aim in every orancn.
TtnTioir Per Term Primary, $15: Pre
narmtorv. 820: Colleelate. 25; Incidental
Fee, fi; Board, tW; Washing. 1j0 to t
per month. Optional branches at mode
All charges most be nald on entering ex
cept by special contract. .
1 Send for Circular. ' ' -
Rev. J. M. WRIGHT, Prest.
I IS - THE TIME
TO BUY '
BARGAINS IS DRY . HOODS !
Co'vltsr's Bargain Store
The - Place!
TRADE IS DULL!
Z mnstelnm nal mv Rnmmn atMb- ff
am otunpelled to raise all the money I can
possibly in the next thirty days, i shall
worth of Goods of virions kinds, at prices
for my lntevest. I cant avoid it. I must
Bavmoaey. Comethsn.trroa nnt Hu.
. B. F. COULTER.
TO CLOSE OUT
My Stock of
Ready-Made " Clothing !
. Extra Bargain! will bo giren.
Remeaher THE Place !
f rBr F. COULTER'S.
u -r " -l '
Rememler ,THE Place !
, ,B. F. COULTER'S.
? i ?i li i. 5 s ; . "
. left, to be closed out at 1
BAltGAIN PRICES !
I - by B. F. COULTER.
, ? , -- . .' ;
It will pay any one in Clarksville, or vis
iting Clarksville to purchase Goods, to call
at the well known. BARGAIN mtjKK of
, B. F. tOCLTKR, ;
, , ,m js Vranklin Bt."
June 28. 1873-tf.
WHEAT FANS AND HARROWS.
I wouhl inform the public that I have
established a shop ou Commerce street, Just
above the Foundery, for the purpose of
manufacturing Wheat Fans, some of which
I have on hand for sale now. 1 will also
repair wheat funs on short notice. I also
furnish the Barton A Ho'uies Doubu Ro
tary Hiuow, the bent in use. Work done
of good lumber ami warranted well dune.
1 will repair furniture and do other jobs of
work. I am still agent for Mother Noble's
Healing Hyrup, which I have found to ee
a good medicine fur the Mnxt,atonueli anl
1 towels. I am also agen-rtufl Wralutta'acel--lratel
Eye Wuter, lor man and horse. If
itdoes not cure your eyes it shall not eott
June!. 187S-2-ij - -. T . d .
University of Nashville.
FOUNDED IN 1783.
The next Session of the College and Pre-
rxiraCorT Denartmeut ouca Hei-t. 1. 1K73L
HI ixlies In tbeCollegeBehoolitekiotlve. 11
ctpline military. Tuition, per Term of
Twenty Wet-k,.X) to .'). Board, washing,
fa el, furnished rooms and surgeon's fee, for
u me period, f ion.
July 5, 7-1ju.
; WHOLESALE. Owen
& : Moore invite' Physicians
and Merchants to call on
them for supplies. They
buy their Drugs, Chemicals,
Books, Stationeiy, &c, at
headquarters,, and will dupli
dite Louisville and Nashville
1 1 , w A?-fEP, , j, r
l.Iy health having been Ink measure res
tored.! will from thisdale reuin the prac
tice of medicine. Tbe patronage of my
friends aud former patients la respectfully
4 iftW on Strawberry alley, opposite the
Court House. Residence ou College street,
between First and Second streets. .
L. L. LUKTON, M. D.
' July 12, 1S73-4W.
. CLABKSTILLE, TESS.
Session of 1873-4, begins Sept. 1, 1873. ;
. , V .... ' FACTJlUXYx
Rev. J. B.Shkabeji, D. D., President and
Professor of Metaphysics, Ac.
Jamr.- Pi-wxiiJiit, A. M Professor of
IX M. 4uaki.es. Grad. of University of
Vs., Professor of IJttin.Ac
W, W. Leoaks, A.M., Pro feasor of Greek.
Natural Philosophy, dec
8. J.Cof-AS,Grud.of University of Va.
Professor of French, CierinaB) and English.
. W. M. STKWAHT, A. M Professor (eme-
it u.s,) of Geology. Ac
Professor of Chemistry. Ac, 'to be elec
ted Claw now taught by Judge Lboabc
Biblical Course bow taught hy Rev. J. B.
Terms. Monies all payable half-yearly
In advance, except Apptuiuosand Inciden
tal fees wholly in aUvauce... Forty weeka
make tbe scholastic year. -Tuition
per annum in Collegiate De
partment $70 CO
Tuition per annum In Cla-wical -Sub-collegiate,
including Higher Eng
lish. 60 60
Tuition, per annum, la Enguah feub
collegiate. embracing the Lower
Tuition oer aanum In Modern L&n-
- r.nznxn , , v eu
guages, extra,. 20 60
ADruratus and Lahratonr fee for Ju
nior and Senior Chtwea S 60
Incidental expense Atiymnaaiam fe 5 UU
Board, iiicindinu all charges except
washing. H 50 per week, per year 1W CO
Washing 1 SO per month la 60
Pupils enter for tbe year. Prompt en
trance most important.
The total expense for any puplt In the
regular classes will range frou rjxito .,
according to grade and style of boarding.
Hend lor a CatHlogue. Address the Presi
dent, Rev. J. B. &HEARER, U. D
Jane 23, ls73-tf ClarksviUe, Tenn.
"FRESH HID Fl."
' We ean again say to the pqbllo that we
are receiving a large stock of
Spring and Summer Clothing
MEN AND BOYS.
We have taken great pains to procure tbe
best material!) and workmanship, and In
regard to style, beauty aod durability of
fabric, our present stock is Indeed desirable
and stands ''excelsior" in tbe market. . .
We have for tbe approaching season
of fine and varied material not heretofore
kept in ClarkHViile. .- .
UurstocKoi staple ana lasnionaDie
UMBRELLAS, . ETC.,
is well replenished and fuller than usual.
Respectfully soliciting your frequent call
and patronage. '
PITMAN k LEWIS,
' ' Opposite Court House.
April 28, 73-tf.
Jcst Received. A car load of
Jackson Wagons. $110 raah will buy
; BROCKMAX& BRDfGHUHST.
' ap. 5-3m. , '
ARE MADE SOLELY BY THE
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.
ST. LOUS, M0. .
..vrfrr. . Are doinr more and
SVOAfofe; Doing It
P'AKltXOTnrKV.n. and CHEAPER
VvU ARE ALWAYS
S OAK gLOW-PRICED, RELIABLE
QSrt And Operate Perfectly.
Will do your
Vi , -T ASH EAST,
QUICK & CLEAN.
Kincannon, Wood & Co.,
March 22, IMta.
Ayer's Catliartic Pills,
Tor the relief
and cure of all
the Momacn, liv
er, and bowels.
Tbey are a mild
aperient, and aa
ktive. Being pure
ly vegetable, they
contain no mer
eory or mineral
I whatever. Much
asrioas sickness and suffering is prevented by
their timely use; and every family should
kave them on band for their protectJoa and
relief, when required. Long experience has
proved them to be the safest, surest, and
W nf ii thA fuu with which the Btarkiit
abounds. By their occasional use, tbe blood
is panned, (he comiptkraB of the system ex
pelled, obstructions removed, and the whole
machinery of life restored to its healthy activ
ity. Internal organs which become cloesred
and sluggish are cleansed by Ayr' rUU,
and stimulated into action. Thus incipient
disease is changed into health, the value of
which change, when reckoned on the vast
multitudes who enjoy it, can hardly be com
puted. Their sugar-coating makes them
pleasant to take, and preserves their virtues
unimpaired for any length of time, so that
they are ever fresh, and perfectly reliable.
Altiiongh searching, they are mild, and oper
ate without disturbance to the constitution er
diet or ocrajmtMm.
Full directions are givea en the wrapper to
each box, how to nae them as a family Physic,
and for the following eomplaiDta, winch these
jfUU rapidly enre:
For IypMia or IsMl'reettofa, Lla
IfMSfM, Lsu-wwr, and Laa f A mo
UM, they should be takes moderately let
stimulate the stomach, and restore its healthy
tone and action.
For Uver CswstUitwt and its vsrWms
nnptora, Blltw-aa HmulackMi. Meat
mjcMuiaicM.faMBSMlic or rs Ikick
arss. Blllsa. C'alt and SiltwM Wtf
vera, they should be judiciously lakea for
each ease, to correct the diseased action, er
remove the obstructions which cause M.
For DyaeaMry or 1I a it but One
mild dose is generally required.
For life as, mmt. S ravel,
PaJpttaatena wf lse Heart, lala Isi
slsa , Jsaeat. and Mm, they should
be continuously taken, as required, to change
the diseased action of the system. With such
change those complaint disappear.
For Drwaay aad Pea sis ' cal Sa-stlW
lag, they should be takea m large and "re
quest doses to produce tbs effect of a draotio
For aapavesalea, Urge dose should be
takea, as it produces the desired effect by
As a ZHiussr Vltt, take one or two PUlm t
promote d Urea-ion, and relieve the stomach.
Aa occasional dose stimulates the stomach
and bowels, restores the appetite, aad iaviror
ates the system. Heoce it is often advanta
geoos where ao eeriou derangement exits.
One who feels tolerably well, often finds that
nose of these Pills aiakes him feet decid
edly better, from their cleansing and reno
vating effect on the digestive apparatus.
s i ra-tPAXxo bt .
fir. 7. C ATXB CO, Praetieal Cksmiiti, -
ZOWXZZ, MASS., V. S. A.
fob iui bt all DBCOoim xvxxrwiniax.
COMPLETE Stock tIrMi,8i.
porters, Bracei, etc., to be fonid at
IKSSSaidat low prlfci.
Are now In receipt of their large and at
tractive stock of
SPRING and SU2IHER
Millinory Goods, also a choice select Inn ot
Point Ij'Appli'iue LaoeH,ollran I Hand
kerchiefs, Embroideries, tilmpuire LtMn,
Passementerie, Fringe. Buttons, etc. A
great variety ol ScaxlM. Ties, Kieliuee ami
Sashes. A good assortment of Kid Uloes,
Fans, Parasols and other noveltiea of the
HUr.IAlY HAIR !
Switches, Braids, Puflhaad carta, the bet
stock In the city.
We have a ni selection of Spring and
Snmmer Suits, made op in the
LATEST STYLE !
Also a full line of Ladles Underwear,
good sty lea aad well made.
We return many thaffks to a generous
public for its patronuge and hope to merit
the same I n the future.
HOIXjSOJT A MAUCHCE.
April 12. "73-U
OLD FRENCH BRANDY
Selected wHk much rare, ami fast received
Dy WALTER McCOMtt A CO.
July 26, 7S-3w.
Haj, Wheat and Horses.
I will sJl the Hay produced on 125 acres
of land at Klxteeu Dollars per ton In the
field, or Eighteen Dollars deliver In the
city. Leave orders at Bank of Clarksville.,,
I am not in tbe Milling nor Tobacco busi
ness. This answera all letters for wheat
attendee. Address enquiries la regard to
wheat to Wm. T. Dotted A Co. I want to
pasta re 26 head of horse ormules.atH per
jaooth.ln. sight of Clarksville. ,
B. U. K&KsZE.
' Bank of ClarksviUe.
l July 28, 1873-zw. '
South Ky, Female College,
. HOFKMSTttXE, KT.
Session commences Sept. 8, 1X71. Ancient
and Modern Languages, MokIc ami Art in
connection with the t-cleuutlc aud College
Course. Prices moderate. Location re
markably healthy. Full corpsof Teachers.
Send for catalogue.
T. A. CREUSHAW. President.
July 28, 16T3-BW.
T lit,, this dav nVMtHt tha IniAlvuniMr
of the estate of Len. H. Johnaon, Jr.. dee'tt.
All persons Indebted U- tbe estate will
come forward and make pay men's and all
having claims against said estate will pre
sent them duly authenticated within tha
time prescrioeu ny law. or tney vui oe
barred. JAS. T. RiVKH, Adin'r.
. July 2S, 1ST3-4W.
We are selling a sopenor articlo of coal
for Kix teen ten u (Cash 1 by the car load and
will continue to up to the lMt of September,
and aswe havea great deal of work aheiMi
Of us. would be glad A fpnrt lea desiring coal
would hand In their orders on or hukr
the loth of Angust. That will enable us to
make our arrangements tosuit.stiid insure
them the coal at the above figures. While
we do all In our power to supply the town
with coal AT ALL. TIMI. the past winter
should teach you that the only certainty
of a supply in winter is In laying in lu
snmmer. Tbe difference in prlcw will more
than pay for the oatlay of money, to say
nothing of the convenience. Ltave your
orders aa early as possible.
ANDERSON A BRUfGHURST.
THE CLARKSVILLE C0-0PKRA-TIVE
PANY. Having duly organised, under the Char
ter granted, on tbe day of June, lTH,
is now ready for business. Parties desiring
the aid of the Company in the manulae-
lure Of IRO-T, WOODK-iLtATHFJ-, WUHttM,
or Corxor- goods, are invited to make pro
posals. Meetings of tbe Hoard of Directors
are held regularly first Tueaday of eai-h.
month called meetings whenever tbe bus
iness may require It- Add res
Joly2t-tt W. ROACH, Prest,
HICKORY WILD ACADEMY.
The second terra of this Institute begins
1st Monday in Kept.. l)Ci, aud eloaea June
12, The course of instruction will em
brace the Sciencea. Ancient Languages,
French, Music, Drawing, Painting, etc.
The principal, asist-d by his sister, Mrs.
E.H. Knott, and her daughters, proposes.
and from the nattering success of the fire
term expects, louulld upanrst-ciaasooaru-ing
school. The neighborhood Is healtblul,
moral and Intelligent. The buildtncs are
commodious and the grounds tastelul. We
feel assured young ladies can nnd nosaier
and more pleasant retreat while pursuing
a thorough eourse.
TEBMS-O-fK-HALF IW ADVACK.
. :i) HO
. 40 UU
Umi. with tiw limtrnnii-nt
Drawing, ana rainung in uu
3oani,lnc"ludlug light, fuel.waahing lu W
No deduction for absence except in cases
of protracted illne. For further partlcn
lars address tbe Prinrtpal,
J. A. 1A1C, UBUirir, B..
rwanv of tha follow! as Roard of Advlsers;
Geo. R. Randall, H. D. Marshall. Oeo. W.
Hampton, 14. . Morgan, ur.B. w. i-mwson,
H. P. Mollins, T.ti. I'arham, F. Kwlng. C.
W. Tyler. Clarksville, Tenu.: or W. S. Oilt
ner. Pres't Eminence Colieire, Eminence.
Ky. July 2tt.'72ia.
A Fine targe Boiler and Engine
The holler Is 24 feet long. 5S Inches acroM
tbe head. 5 Hues, and caable of making
steAm enough foranypurpose. The engine
is ; ja horse power, sufflcient for any mer
chant mill, saw mill, steamooat or any
purpose. The fire front, chimney, grata
barsaud everything complete. Cailou
WHITFIELD, BAT EH A COO.,
or.UrXi. U. ilAKKia.
WOOL WANTED Z
1 will pay the market price. In rash, for
wool, waalied or onwaxhed. Apply to J.
W. Keesee, at I taw Is A Kamey's grocery.
Wool carding done promptly at tha
Peacber Wooleu Mills. I will lease thesa
Mills, for one season, to responsible parties,
for oue third of tne profits.
. B. O. KEESEE.
May 24. "7S-3ra.
Captain Jack Captured!
Owing to the BfaaWsg cf a orti
If he bad pur
chased one of
Josiin's make he
i.a i. . . , .1
di-tlance to Geu. o ' 7
laii and lh-'i -
dynasty at Wash 3
inirton. . . - st r
I have a splen- "r
did stock of Had-
d !. Bri.l les,
Whips, Etc of any kind deaired at jirlcea
which dely competition. Nothing but the
beat material used, aad none Out the beat
workmen employed. Ho eoma along and
get t he worth of your money.
When yon want anything In the above
line, be sure to call on
17L Ia-. JOSL.I7AT,
Saddle and names Maker,
Juuel4,"73-ly. Clarksville, Tenn.
Wa are offering the "most taking"
money-making combination that has ever
been presented. As it Is tbe best thing out,
we waat the leat ageata. A circular will
cost yo-t nothing, and will convince you
that here is achauce to muketrge profit at
honest work. AiWresa
TCU-NBt. IX BROTHERS,
Jnne28-lra. Baltimore, id.