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LEX. II. SMITH.
FAIL" 4X0 lfI.TER THIDE.
HERNDON & SMITH,
CLARKSVILLE, OCT. 80, 1S75.
t. a. kibuitt. j. a. gkavt
5EBLETT & GRIST,
iFCiLISBE&J) AND rUOPailTOKS. )
WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF THE BEST BRANDS OF
Udlei' iid fientt famisalas Gaodi,
AT Or A-DTKBTISISQ :
Oae Dollar per square of Tea linee or I
Stock new and van a;.
GEtiERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
TRICE'S LANDING WAREHOUSE;
TinVJ PROVIDEWCE, - - . TEETBT.
. Liberal advances on Tobacco in Store. Refer to the trade generally.
Sept. 4, lK75-m.
RATES OF ADYEETISIXG.
Clothing made to order, and wunot
caj o Rive aatiaiaetlon.
. 8 tor Boom on Transitu atreet,
nearly opposite POST OFFICE
Oct,.l. lftS-tf . .' . j
BIGGEST AID BEST II THE WORLD !
00 1 12 00
00 ! 1500
oo; iti oo
Oolninn ... ,.
00 Si 00
Col a ma
Donl be deceived by the Pretentious and Glaring Proinlnesheld forth in the Ad vertlsemenU and Pictorials of Itinerant fliarlatan-
" Ual Exhibition), bnt wait lor the 1.1 KKLIAB1.E
W. P. HAMBAUGH. -
J. H. PETTUS.
Annoaaeement of marriages end deaths
free tributes of respect and obltaftrtea
half price. " "
J. C. KENDRICK.
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR
JOHN : ROBINSON'S .,. .SHOW,,!
DR AU&HON'S CELEBRATED
turf ; loFIL
CREAT SOmiCU KA.I1.KOAD.
Train No.9tnresaodlearea at 11:45 p. at.
Train Nr. 4 leovea at 227 r. at. '
Train No. 1 arrira at 5.-O0 p. x.
Train No. arrives and leave at 6:15 A.M.
Arrival sad Depart are of Kails.
Kor Louisville and beyond, t P. Jf. and
, 7:t p. a.
For Nashville, TiW P. K. .
Between Clarksville and Louisville, 2:50 P.
Houtheastern Railway, 2:30 P. Jf.
Houlhern, I P. at.
Hover, Wedueadayeaod Saturdays, 70 A.
New Providence, Peacher' Mill and Hop-klnsvUte-
Wedneadayaaud Saturdays, liU
McAllister's X Roads, Wednesdays' and
Batardayi.il A. M.
Woodford and KowKView, Fridays, 11 A. at.
Louisville and Northern cities, 6:13 A. X.
and : p. x. 1
Nashville and Roulhewstern, 6:30 P. x.
Between Clarksville and LonlKVille, 6:30
Tew Provldence,4 P. x.
Dover, Tuesdays and Fridays, 7 p. x.
Aopklnsvllle, Wednesdays and Haturdays
McAllister's X Roads, Wednesdays and
Saturdays, Ma. X.
Wood lord aDd Rnssvlew, Fridays, 10 A. X.
Office bonrs. daily, from 7 A. X. to 6 P. X.
Rundays. H to 9 A. X. After evening mall
is distributed, office is open 15 minutes.
It were strange fancy to build tip
the human character alter the model
, of the lour jrrert orders of architect
ure, yet probif is firm but simple as
the Done, pride of loftier and more
elaborate refinement as the Tuscan.
Generosity, with the beauty and grace
of the Ionic, and love, excelling with
Corinthian excellence, possessing the
strength of all.cqsaled in exquisite or
uatuent by none.
Fashionable society is a merry-go-round,
that first makes us giddy and
then sick. .
The human mind should be a globe
of humanity moving on the poles of
History gives us many illustrious
villains, but never an illustrious mise r:
None are more to le pitied than
those who have the means to gratify
their desires before they have learned
them - .
They who are very indulgent to tbem
eelves, seldom have much considera
tion for others.
'There are two kinds of geniuses, the
clever and the too clever.
Most men tike conviction from an
adversary as children do physic, with
a struggle and a shudder.
To a liberal mind poverty is a stim
ulant, meanness a refrigerant, selfish
ness au opiate, aad ingratitude a poi
son. Many lofty intellects are like high
mountains eovered with perpetual ice;
others, of more ardent constitution,
use their fire like volcanos, for de
struction. !ood intentions will never justify
evil actions -nor will good actions ever
justify evil intentions.
"The human face is divine, when
not degraded by the vices of society."
"It is to live twice, when you can
enjoy the recollection of your former
Love labor ; if you do not want it for
food, you may for physic.
Ucport is a quick traveler, but an
"Experience takes very high gchool
waces, but she teaches like no other.
He who will not reason is a bigot;
he who cannot is a fool : and he who
dares not is a slave.
Hearts may agree though heads dif
The true estimation of living is not
to be taken from 'age. but action ;
some die old at forty, others infants at
A great proof of superiority is to
bear with impertinence.
Rich men have commonly more need
to be taught contentment thau the
It is not all joy which produces
laughter, the greatest enjoyments are
serious. The pleasures of love, ambi
tion, or avarice, make nobody laugh.
Poetry is the natural language of all
.worship. The Bible is full of poetry ;
Homer is full of religion.
Thei-e is no saying shocks us so
much as that which we hear very ofWn,
that a man does not know how to pass
The art of life is to know how to en
joy a little, and to endure much.
We may forgive an injury and an in
sult; bnt we carj tot endure to be bored,
not even by those we love.
Ink is the black sea on which thought
rides at anchor.
Sioce the generality of persons aet
from impulse, much more than from
principle, men are neither so good nor
so bad as we are apt to think them.
Some men in the world advance like
crabs, by their eccentricities walking
contrary tD every one else.
Order is the sanity of the ninJ. the
health of the body, the peace of the
citv, the security ot the state.
There is a closer connection between
good sense and good nature than is
Industry, economy, and prudence
are the sure forerunners of success.
They create that admirable combina
tion of powers in one which always
conduce to eventual prosperity.
Happiness doats on her works, and
is prodigal to her favorite. As one
drop of water hath an attraction for
another, so do felicities run into fe
licities. No one can be happy without a friend,
and no one can know what friends he
has until he is unhappy.
Canting bigotry and caressing criti
cism are usually the product of obtuse
sensibilities and a pusillanimous will.
Look down upon genius and he will
rise to a giant attempt to crush him,
and he will soar to a god.
Twelve Rnles for Successful Farming.
1. Draio and irrigate. 2. Plow deep
- and loosen the subsoiL 'X Prepare
good storage room for solid manure,
and cisterns for the liquid manure. 4.
Choose commercial fertilizers intelli
gently, and do not use one in excess of
another, simply because others have
used it. 6. Manure every crop which
tiefita by it; and manure nigh. C.
Cultivate only safe, paying crops, and
select the best seed for these. T. Cul
tivate every crop upon your fields, and
in the proper rotation. 8. Cultivate
' more and better fodder. 9. Feed
plentifully, and of the best fodder.
10 Breed stock, and let mere accident
J control" the increase. 11. ' Support
breeding and feeding by proper care.
12. Keep accounts; v. , -
( - a ;
The export demaad for grain and
flour, at New York, and other .eastern
pX. is reported a jradaaily iraprov.
; ; Eibowinr. better market demand
E;ich complete in itself, and, tnkrn to
g ! her, the Immense concern is ov:tt in
Hs proportions tiiat it dues not move bj tlio
common means adopted liy Mimller fin
cerns but requires, lnsiend, several stx-eial
trains to transport it from one t ity to an
other. . .. ', . . . i. - ;
THE IMMENSE MENAGERIE,
Among Its myriads of wondt rful Ani'nals
and monsters, contains eenerous entilba
tiots from Land. Sea anU AJr.aud from ev
ery clime in Kuroe, Asln, Africa and
America, showing the inarveloiisaud iwe
iuspiriiig liHiidiwoilt l the Uiiinipotent
Oreutor. Among the special novelties will
be ex hi Idled
A Herd of Elephants At--;
tacned to the Gold- .
The first Elephant team ever diivt n in
A merics, embracing among their numlter
eight performing Elephants, who wi. I Hp-:
feur nt each exbibiilun in their aston .
sliina anl- incrmiulons feats lli enr
rvnt expeuseaof this vast ageregatian ,wittr
its many thousand Beasts, tiirds, sixty I'o
nies. one thousand Men and Horses, forty
Musicians, fifty Male Perfoimers, fifteen
Lady Riders, and other features too numer
ous to enumerate, amount t.o
A Dally Expendltnre of Tlinic
These are the fcpecinl Features Hint are
owned and controlled byOUi.loHN Kolt
INHtlNandcan not bp exhibited by any
A PAIR OP LIVING GIRAFFES THAT COST
BZiACK S LTIVr ATRilKI RHISIOCEROS,
Weighing four tons, and costing Sl'i.000 in gold the largest ol its species on exhibition in the wor
SEA UOHS AND SEALS,
Four Genuine African
Grand Procession of Dazzling Splendor
Unsurpassed as a moving Panorama of
brilliant Chariots, Wagons. Csrs, Cages,
carriages, Dons. Animals, Bands of Music,
Horses, Will Beasts, Ponies and moving
Tableaux of bewildering beauty, represent
ing a lavish outlay of nearly f'J(0,fltl.
This tlrand Cavalcade out-rivals the
famous Historical Pageant of Ancient
Egypt. nd will be piecededby the Mum
moth Oolden Chariot, drawn by the famous
team of Eight highly trained Elephants,
the first animals of this species lu harness
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY !
At 1 and OVlm k P. M.
One Ticket Admits to All
And the price of Admission is no more
than charged by smaller shows, w ith only
one or two tents.
EXCURSION TRAINS. .
Arrangements have been perfected for excursion tickets, at reduced rates-, good from
all stations to Clarksville on the day of Exhibition. Remember the day and date,
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10, 1875.
The only ones on exhibition in the South.
Twelve feet high, each. A SCHOOL OK MONSTER
AND THE F4L1ED RED U SEA L
Zebras, Attached to the Golden Car of rhe Conqueros.
. -. . i
Positively the LARGEST in the world
and will not exhibit at Clarksville until
WEDNESDAY, JiOVEJlBKR 10.
CAhlbit at '
A rendtatinnW Fin.v Years In the past Is
'.- s(innniwlii future. - Bee the special
features with- '-
' JOHN ROBINSON'S SHOW
Endorsed by the Pre as I he llest.
This vat and colossal Show, known all
nwr thi imntinent bv itx unnarellMi. ie-
tnnrkhle and brilliant Micce. mid en
dorsed by the people and the press iu every
8tate as the most gigantic as well as the -
Greatest Show on Earth!
Has been re-omanized find remodeled and
rejuvenated throughout the campaign of
175, at the extraordinary outlay of over
200,000 Dollars ! ' Rendering it the most
complete, attractive and remarkable ex
hibition the management , ban ever pre
sented to the public. The Mammoth Show
comprises, among its most prominent
mi fas !
$10,000 IN GOLD, EACH.
Forty Cages or Wild Animals,
Resides an almost unllmlteil number of
the moat remarkable and rare Wild lieusts,
SSea Monsters. Wonderful Birds, and unsur
passed Curiosities, animate and inanimate,
many being special features that are not
owned or controlled by any other traveling
exhibition. In addition to which is the
STKICTLY MOJtAL. CIRCUS!
In which the talent employed is uncount
ed, ami comprises the highest order of bril
liant Kqitestrliins, Daring tiy ninasts, won
derful Acrobats and most beautiful Trick
Horses in the land. Agreeably to a long
established custom of giving a
H01IHAY STJIEET Mi
This Monster Show will, on the morning
of tlie day of each exbibition, between the
hours of Hand NloVlck, form a
: CENTRAL TOBACCO WAREHOUSE.
KENDRICK, HAMBAUGH & GO
Tobacco and General
MEW PROVIDEKTCE, - T&1SIN.
LEWIS,. T. GOLD, Genl, . Manager.
t& LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON TOBACCO m
o ...... -. - - -
KEESEE & PENICK,
WAEEHOUSE FE0HTH7G ET7EB AT POCT 07 C0H2SE2CE STEEET.
-ADVANCES MADE OX TOBACCO IX STORE.
Rkferrncks: I). N. Kenneily, Pres't Northern Bank ; S. F. Beaumont. Pres't First
National Bank; B. O. Keesee, Pres'l Bank of Clarksville. Sep. H-tf
JAMES 1L SMITH,
Ijte of Orinter, Young A Co.
SMITH & KENNEDY,
Successors to Grinter, Young 4 Co.,
Tobacco and General
Havlng pnrebaaHl the alove well known and commodious warehouse, we offer oar
services for the storage niitl sale of L,KAP 1'ohacco, aud the handling of any other pro
duce which inay be entrusted to as.
Liberal Cash Advances - on Tobacco-in Store.
Our Mr. Smith's six ye irs' experience In the business nt this place, the past two
years as a partner of Orinter, Young Co., and manager (if their Tobacco Hales, assures
to all who may ship us, the best result which can be obtained from their consignments
We most respectfully solicit the patronage of our friends, the old customers of "um
bel unit! Warehouse' and the public generally, and teel assured that we will le able to
: : SMITH & KENNEDY.
We refer to Northern Bank, First National Bank, Bunk of Clarksville, and M. H
Clark Bro., Clarksville, Tenn., Springfield National Bank, Springfield, Tenn.; I.ngan
Count v Xulinnid Hunk Rus.llvllle. Kv.: Bank of Klkton. Klkton. Ky.: Hank of Tren
ton. Trenton. Kv aud Bank of Houkinsvllle. Honklnsville. Ky. aug. 2K, "75-tf
Who trades in this town is invited to call and be impressed
with the solemn fact that for the
Fill Ii I iater Mm
We have the most complete, cheapest and best
Stock of Goods !
Applicable to the wants of the people, which we propose U
offer at such prices as will give entire satisfaction to all
who may favor us with their patronage. Our stock is large
CARE? UttY SEtECTEO,
consisting of almost anything and everything usually found
in a first-class, well regulated store, and we propose to give
such satisfaction in our dealing as will meet with favor
among the buying community.
Give us -a call, where you will find Messrs. II. M. At
kins, W. E. Hendricks, D. A. Harrison and" John Irwin to
serve you in the best of style.
H arrison, Son & Co.
Hept. 4, lKTi.lf.
If. C. MTAH.
ED. n. LEW IK
PITMAN & LEWIS,
f t Dealers in
BESTS' FCRffllJf GOODS,
TBI'S KH. TAI.ISES, ETC.,
FaAKija sraarr, opfositx cockt hocic
CLARKSvILLE, TENN ESS F.E.
Oct. 9, "75-tf.
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween H. K. Ramey and ii. 8. Lrtck, nnder
style of firm of S. E. Barney A Co., In the
livery business, was this day dissolved by
mutual consent. The firm name only to be
used in settling the Business.
UM. fi. I)ICK.
H. K. I1AMKY.
JAMES T. KENNEDY,
MIM WW MACHINE SHOP
Steam Engines, Saw3IIIN,
PLANTER'S PRIZE SCREWS.
Xachlaerj Repaired it Short Notice.
. Call and see our
MTEAX JET rCMP,
and throw away your cold water Pamp
no more ue for them when you can do
W H ITFIELD. BATES CO.
KIFIS N. RHODES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SOLICITOR CT :
OFFICE OX 8TBAWBERRT ALLE V.
Of which we have a good supply, some of .it very eld -and
WALTER M'COMB & CO.
FASHIONS and GOLD COIN PRESENTS!
Kn. SIS. This
Smtfli'l Instant Drew Elevator."
of all. It Isono
TM, COT who V S
DDr Fart t um
please, especially SI II is appropriate iur any
material, ami renntrps leas ruudj to BUlke thsa
Sklri twrooa frida
any other suit f equal beamy. H Is one of tha j
fesaiaa- costaaMs of oar city. Tha stoat lsdy
will find it possesses just the secret chann that
improves her figure, while tho aiisht er pertect
can, wu w. "jvio
vatofawua.YM o. rlM ynmt aklrf
4, flM, ,m4 t)MB M
it fcli.erycafu htf
1rt inaa tha FUttt.
ii loan ikin is
. TuuAll s Is.
form may feel they were never aoadTmnbuceooiy
attired. The wafrt Is the rnralar tablier uspo ;
theortrskirt is draped to form a wido radio cacl
.side of the sasa,
sblaMbHi Snur. 1 ws u
iu. fullness th bfk. SMklaf lb
" strslrat front-" l Ssns "or
Rua Tan TlmM Its Cost. It ba
ikucni fraa ou Prsas w aaotaar.
frfc, 4S mnu ek. Jtsiiad.
ssnieOT'iuouua. wiuirra .
lh .iwwl. ft miW anil. Kn f WSlSt. -
STSS; inttera, with clota model, S3 eta.
No. ot orerskirt, 3721; paitern. with
Icloth model, Sets. No. of underskirt,
S72S; pattern, with doih model, DO eta.
Msll'-d on receipt oi pne
OR tae Fatteens aa4 Clolfc Medels. af lha EN'TISR
SriT will fce UIVKS FKEK aa PHtnil JI laaav XT-.a
wkt seads !.! ! as, aa year's aabawrlatiaa la Ik
A. BURDETTE SMITH'S
FINE ARTS and POLITE Literature.
Slagl Copies 25 Cents.
SsbvrtptloB Price, 1 a year, aast-aald, Iscladlaa- a
premium of Twa UaUars worih of paUerai free U each
Wa imuI Hr CERTrFICATT.S for lhl iTiint
nnon rnwlnt of aubacriuIMMk (TVl t -nr IIICbMS
ELKVATORS will be rivw. IN FliACh, uf Ons
liullar w.hio U rstlcrns, II Valrea.
The " MONTHLY "VOTlT-.T
OF FASHION," the very finest
most Beaalifal, attraetiTe magnaiNe
to be fosnd la this country, aad ev
ery per so a who besjiaa with taklaa;
It, will JfEVEtt dlaroatiaae It wall
It It published
Sf.aU. IH GOLD
C will arive t-.i).(iO in (JOL.D fOIX t
6-'t perniK who si-ntl us the IsrKt iiiimlier
ol suliscribers to our 'World of f'sv-aioa,
at f:l eiich. m torp Mnrcli -t, is h.
Aa follawsi Ta the Wetler-aa af the
LMiiKest Club t;ni.ui in tiold Coin
2d Lara-eft Club Vrtitai In tiold Ciin
:.i Ijiraeit t lnb. l.Hi.Uil Its tiold t'oln
tth largest Club Mi.iM in tiold Coin
- .".ih Largest fhtb 13).i iu fiohl "oin
ih Larucst (Tnb 1iim in ild Coin
7th I.araest floli UNi.iM In tiolil Coin
Mil Laitsest tlub 75.IW In tiold Coin
ftlh Ijirnest flub fU in Gold loin
lull i I-argeM. Club SS.in In tiobt Coin
lit ijirue.Kt Club 25.00 in lold Coin
aud so on to tbe5th Largest Club. '
for every subscriber you
ceuls for one copy.
Both of theseUobl Coin rTesenis oners win w iuuiw , . .
UKlt XrMHEU.besHles the n.iiues and P.O. address ol 102 jjersons in whom we have
lut paid S2,l:i"isi in K"ld, s.voniinn to our previous otters. u c :t wnte to hue or ail
!,f tliero. sad t !- will led yon that we do exactly os We prtmi ise
xrmi i IO' I' wav is to send your own sulieri!ii to either of our "
1 I ) U IV 1 J Kl 1 axihes. when you will get the Hrst number and your CertiU
cates of iMemluuiH, wkiett you can show, and at once begin gelling uberiUera. or send
omi .turn o fur fc'HMblon
V. UU1IDETTE HMITH,
91 Bnwdway, yn York Citj.
P. 0. Box 50i.".
October 2, lHT.VIni.
ISDISTRIAl EXfllBITIOX Ml,
Five Dollars Each.
Will buy a quarter Ilond of The Industrial
Exhibition Co. of New York.
Kacb Quarter Bond participates in Four
series allotments eveiy ear, until It is re
deemed. The following Premiums show what any
Bond may receive. A quarter Bond would
receive one quarter or the below named
JANUARY A JULY. Cash.
1 premium of . $10ii,ii
I premium of UMW
1 premium of a.ouD
1 nremiara ol.. . HUv
1 premium of .. ... I.imj
10 uremi uiiin of S'kiO ww.'li 5,uoo
10 nremtums of 3each 2,ii
27 premluiuaof lOOeach 2,700
as premiums of rm est-ii 2.M
900 premiums of 21 eah..... l.uoo
APRIL A OCTOBER. Cash
1 premium of. 8-Vi.Wio
1 ureniium of.
1 iiremium of.
1 premiunl of. ...
.! premiums of S1,(KI each
10 premiums of TiOOeaeh
10 premiums of '-""O eacli.
2!l preinlunisof 100 eacb...
41 premiums of oOeacb
ai00 premiums of 21 each- -
The Company Is not responsible for any
money sent, exceot it be by check. Postal
onler, drsft or express payable to I lit-order
or ltielndunriiti r.xliliiilion Co.
Circulars sent ou application.
INDLSTUIAL EXHIBITION CO
. 'o. 12 East Uth Street, ,
NEW YORK CITY.
CQAL, HAY, ETC
AH orders for Pittsburg and St.
Bernard Coal, Hay, Cypress Shingles
and Salt left at Western Union Tele
graph Office will be promptly filled by
F. P. G SACK 7 & BKO.
New -Providence Store I
. .. i
I would respectfully Inform the rltlxens
of New Providence tndserroandina; coun
try that I nave a nrst-cluss stock of
Dry Goods, Ready Made Clo
thing, Groceries, Hardware
Queensware, and McSher
ry's Improved Force Feed
Grain Drill, Plows, etc,
.lly Invited to examine my nwic.. utii
Inr el new here, as my "'"
xhont. I think yoa '""
. . . . . t....i h, Ur. A. afrlianlel
Mr. W. A. Cowardaiu, who invite their
Intanees to can. . ..
rem.lu,ver, r ctn.My.n
lepl. 4. 1
Ciwtama win th admiralioa
of tboM sty Irs that is sura to
which may be or tna i, ,
Sample Copy. Cents.
One DollarVwoithof Pattern given to
each subscriber free as premium.
COIH TO GIVE M!
We will give In GOLD COIN to
11 person who vml u me iwxen oum
berot suiscriiers rmrllaar, at tlJO
each. In-fore Mstrch 1. 1"75.
Aa rallowsi Ta h etter-aa af tha
ljiraestCliib i:usi in itoiu t,om
21 Larxest Club
:M Irvest Clnb..
4th Lara st Iub.
5lh Largest Clul..
, wh Ijtrxest Club
7th Ijruet Club..
Wh Largest Club
flih jraesl Cluh..
PMIi Larxest Club
-iiu.uu In Gold Cola
I Si.iirt in tiold t otu
li"Jl In tiold Coin
! In Ool.l Coin
7'i.iim In tiold Coin
rsj.00 in Gold Coin
i.i in tiold Coin
Win In Gold Cola
i'ow in Gold Com
11th Uirwent llui.
2a.00 in Gold Coin
i ml so on to the l:Wd Lanreat Club.
send os. And every subscriber gets a pre-
NEW GROCERY I
B. 0. KEESEE & CO.
Have opened a
0X FRANKLIN STREET,
Where tbey will keep a large and well
lected stock of
and everything usually kept In thegrocery
line, except whisky. Tbey will pay the
highest market price for
Eacon. Lard all Kinds
of Country Produce.
They have on hand
900 BARRELS BEST QUALITY
FLOUR, 11 BARRELS PIKE
APPLE YIN'EGAK, 01 R OWN
MAKE, A LAPtUE LOT OF CE
M. at'. Northlngton and J. W. Keesee,
salesmen, will attend politely to all cus
tomers aud promptly to business.
11. O. KEESEE Ac CO.
STAR SAW MILLS.
I have a large lot of seasoned and nnsea-
soned luinber.lathsand boaris at the above
mills, which 1 offer for sale rbeap for cash.
W. P. Keesee, K. B. Peiuck and John Da
ly wtll be found at the mills ready to wait
Orders left at the store of B. O. Keesee A
Co. will receive prompt attention.
May 22, IST.Vtf.
Per Day at liome. Terma
free. AddraaMti. HTISSOH
Co., Portland, Maine.
Jan. 23. lK7--iy
j. h. rrrtus.
W. r. HAMBAUOH.
.3. H. PETTU3 .& CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Groceries, Liquors, Hardware,
FARM1X6 lillm ETC.
' At the old si aud ol I'ettna A Ilro.,
IVe-w IJroTldcnoo, Tenu,
ATTORNEY. AT LAW,
Will practice In the courts of Montgooa
iry and adjoining counties
a. w. saraatr;
. a. JOH!OS.
: ILUiiPHlSTS & JOHITSOIT,
Attorneys at taft."v,
Will re;nlarly attend the courts of Stew
art, Houston aad Montgomery eoautie
and lheopreme Court-at Nashville.
Jan. W, "71 if. .
Blanks of everj descrip
tion, for at tHls 0I3ce .
i ... tun..,k In Hi. SITPTRV.
. FOB TBK MILUOX
5. B. STEWART,-
at h Is nsw store, on PrankllaMrM.Bear!T
opposite Court-boo so. tall aad examine
stock and prices, aa I propone to keep a full
stock of all aoods In my line, and will not
be undersold by anybody.
Hpecial attention will be paid te tae pre
scription department, which la in charge
of Mr. tie. Valliaat,aad persona aendlug
prescriptions to ina may rely on having
them prepared with aeco racy and rrulaix.
neaa at any time, da or night'
S, B. STEWART.
, Jan, 11. "7S-U.
. L C. BRADBIRY,
Honse, Sifra and OraameaUI PaJater.
Hbop on Strawberry Street,
'. All orders from the country promptly at
tended to. Orders left at Uvn Moore a
Drug Store will receive pruutut attention
July 31. l7b-m. r
HARDWAP-E, , 1R0W.
Have In store full line at
consisting of '
Blacksmith's Tools, 1
' Cooper's Tools,
Farm Bells, Pumps
' Strap Ilingi?s,
. - and a full line of
Builder's ' Hardware, .
of all kinds.
Horse and Mule Shoes & Xails
"Wajjon and Buggy Spokes,
Hubs and Felloes,
Files and Packing, .
-. Spte Leather,
We especially call (be attention of Far--merato
the best Wheal Di ill In tb market,
Bl'CKETE FOECE FEED
which has the best force feed of any Prlli ,
now made eo arraned thai the quanti
of grain can becbaugMtwilbout rbunals
tear. It Is strong, simple, effective sak
cheap. Our stock of the celebrated
Excelsior. Steel; Plow
will be kept op all sixes trosa one to four
horse with attachments for large Plows..
HOLLOW'S STEEL PLOW,
at his prices, will be supplied to our cus
tomers. Clarksville Cast Plows,
Eagle Wing Plows,
Points and Bars,
Always on band.
IRON BEAU DOUBLE SHOVELS.
We ask everybody to eall aad aee as ami
price our food, feeling sure we can satisfy
them, both In goods aud prices.
We have moved Into oaf New Store
Room In the Kider block.
FOX afc S3IITII.
Angust tl. 13T5-tf.
100,000 Pounds Wool
For which the best market prW will be "
paid In Cab or exchange. We receive
Wool either for sale, ezrhsnge or to ba
earned aad deliver golaC'arksvil) free
of charges. Meiars. Wslter licConih A Co.
are ear authorised agents f'r lecelpt of
Wool, Ac, and delivery of goods. .
We will keep deposited with Messrs. Wal
ter McComb A Co. a full amort meat of aocix
goods as we make, where yea eaa make,
your selection and have the goods deliver
ed to yen. . ft
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