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. CLARKSTILLE, DEC 25, 1875.
J. . ELrT. J. A. GEAMT
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rUBLUHEfttf AKD rEOPMITOU.
0o Dollar par frqauw of Tut lle or la
Tnz bs&ls will re closed tq-dy.
Wk H1 iwcft ao paper next week.
Chhistmas Gift ! Send it along.
Both Uonse of Congress bare ad
journed until January 5, 1S76.'-
I)oVt forget the Concert at the
Academy next Thursday night
The Bowling Green (Ky) Demo
crat says that thieves are infesting that
city at present. . ,
The post office will be open to-day
from 8 to 9:30 o'clock a. m., and from
6 to p. m.' ' ' ,
Mr. J. S. Scott, of the Rock City,
I'aper Mills, Nashville, called to see
lis las Monday.
I. CT Sunday was a lovely day, and
all churches, whereerrices were held,
had large congregations.
Rev. Geo. B. Taylor, G. W. P.
of the United Friends of Temperance,
was ia the city Lust Monday.
The election of Mayor and Alder
men for the next two years takes place
on Saturday January, 15, 1S7C.
Is the midst of your Christmas joys
do not forget the poor, and remember
with charity the unfortunate.
Class-heieTINO will be held at the
residence of S. A. Caldwell, on Green
wood Avenue, next Tuesday night
The prophets are now predicting an
open and short winter. A while aga
they predicted a long and very severe
The inimitable Alf. Burnett gave
one of his interesting performances
here last night after we had gone to
TnERoneh Diamond .Minstrels of
thi8 city are advertised to play in Hop
kinsvillc on uext Monday niht They
give a good entertainment.
TriE concert to be given by the
ladies of the Female Academy takes
place next Thursday night, the 30th
inst Let everybody attend. ,
New arms have been received at
Nashville for distribution among the
military companies of the State. Why
don't Clarksvillc organize a company?
Petek Uneal, Clerk and Commis--Kioner,
ad vertices for mIc, on Saturday,
January 15. 187C, several very valuable
lots in New Providence, the property
of Trahern & Garrott
Miss Lizzie Ckozier, left for Lex
ington, Ky., last week, to spend sever
al months. May she have a happy
Christmas and a gay time during her
rojourn in Kentucky.
We learn that several crops of to
bacco raised in the neighborhood of
Treutou, Ky., have been purchased by
the handlers in this city at $10.00 per
Oi r old friend, Jno. J. Marsie is
bt hiud the counter at B. F. Coulier's
dry goods store, where he may be found
for a month or two, ready to wait upon
his friends who wish to buy "rags."
The year 1S7C will be one ot great
events the Centennial, the election of
President and Vice President of the
United Stair., Governor of Tcnnesse,
n Slate Legislature, county officers, etc.
In consequence of the suspension
f the public schools for oue month,
Mrs. Sallie P. Shackelford will open
a rivate school, to fill up the time; at
the public school building heretofore
occupied by her school.
The county boarding house, under
the management of Jailer J. M.Cross,
pectus to be quite a popular house, as
he has now about twenty boarders.
Several of these, however, will soon
change their quarters to the penitenti
ary at Nashville, and he will have room
THEsaleof lands advertised for taxes
for the year 1874, by J. E.Moseley, R.
It.T.C.will takeplaceon Monday, Jan
uary ti. IST6. Parties who have prop
erty advertised will do well to call on
Mr. Moscley and settle these taxes be
fore the sale takes place, and avoid
further costs and trouble.
We have received No. 1 of "Vick's
Floral Guide for 1S7C," price 25 cents
a year, one of the handsomest as well
as most useful periodicals in the coun
try. This single number is worth far
mure than the subscription price for
ote year. Subscriptions and orders
for srcde, etc., should be addressed to
J a tuts Vick, Rochester, N. Y.
Dr. H. M. Acree, Dentist, has
purchased the house-on Madison street,
kuown as the l ompkius property, to
which he has retnoved his family.
His uflice will be at his old residence
until the 1st of January, when he will
the Affile on corner of
Franklin and Third stret-ts, formerly
occupied by Dr. Cabaniss.
"Wide Awake," for Christmas, is
a model number. It it profusely illus
trated and the pictures are superior
works of art. Among the delightful
juvenile stories are Jessie's Neighbor,
The Cooking Club of Tu-Whit Hol
low ; The True Cinderella ; The Little
Christmas Pies; Grim Grendel; In
Fay's Shoe; At the I ask -Rat's House;
A Summer Chrisma, etc.
The Fair at Frsrllin Hall, last
Monday and Tuesday nights, for the
benefit of the Catholic Church in this
city, was in every respect a perfect suc
cess, highly enjoyed Ly all attending,
and securing considerable money for
the Church. The lady managers in the
.dgtrent departments are to be con
gra&ia&d upon their entire success.
The -cae Lt be presented to the most
popular &ndi4a(4 for Mayor was
awarded to M. Sullivan, he receiving
163 votes, and Geo. R. Harris 74.
A Hafpt CuRitiTMASand a prosper
out New Year Is our wish this morning
for the friends and patrons of the
Chronicle. With this number closes
the hardest year of our experience in
the newspaper business, and our obser
vation causes us to believe that other
branches of business have suffered a
like derers'on. Hut with the new
year wb hope for bciter times, and shall
use, as we have ever done, our best ef
forts to make our paper worthy of a
liberal patronage, and endeavor to ad- I
vance the interests of our city, county
in tnis connection we would say
that in accordance with our intentions
announced some time since, we wil
be compelled to drop from our sub
scription list the names of many who
are in arrears, and those who fail to
receive their paper after this date, may
attribute it to this cause, and if they
desire to receive it longer, must come
forward with their arrearages, and
year's subscription in advance. Ne
cessity forces us to this step, and we
mean what we say.
In the appointment of committees by
Speaker Kerr, we find the Tennessee
delegation assigned to positions as fol
lows: Mr. McFarlsnd on Public Lands;
Mr. Thorn burgh on Military Affairs;
Mr. Dibrell on Public Expenditures
and oq Manufactures; Mr. Bright, on
Claims, as Chairman, and on Expenses
in the Treasury- Department; Mr.
House on Elections and on Expenses
in the Department of Justice; Mr.
Whitthorne, Chairman of the Com
mittee on Naval Affairs; Mr. Atkins
on Appropriations and on the Pacific
Railroad; Mr. Young on Public Build
ings and Grounds and the Mississippi
Levees. There is a Mr. Caldwell from
Tennessee and one from Alabama.
The telegraphic report does not dis
tinguish between the two. We find a
Mr. Caldwell on the Committee on
Territories, on Agriculture, on War
Claims and on Expenditures in State
Department. To which of these Mr.
Caldwell, of Tennessee, is assigned we
are unable to state.
From the Waverly Journal, of the
lClh inst., we copy the following notice
of our fellow townsman, Col. J. E.
Col. James E. Bailey, of Clarks
ville, Tenu., stopped off the cars on
Tuesday and remained with his many
friends until noon of Wednesday. At
night of Tuesday an impromptu gath
ering of many citizens, accompanied
by the Waverly Cornet Band, called at
the Col's quarters and paid him the
compli incut of a serenade, alter which
in response to a call the Col. appeared
and made answer in a few happy, well
timed remarks to the satisfaction of
all present. Among this people the
nime of Jus. K. Bailey is a familiar
and loved one and the man himself one
they would delight to honor, and the
assemblage that gntherd, as if by
magic, on 1 uesnny evening to compli
ment this, one of Tennessee's most
distingushed sons, is but au index of
what our county would do. should be
ever ask approval at her bauds.
Died. Near Stewart's Station, in
Houston county, on the 22u inst, of
pneumonia, Mts.Sallie Richardson,
aged 75 years.
Mrs. KicharJcon was for a number
of years a resident of this county,
making her home with her son, J. T.
Richardson, and by her uniform kind
ness had won the love and esteem of
all who knew her. She was a lady of
much intelligence, kind, affable and
courteous to all, always ready to assist
in any manner in her power, those who
were in need of assistance. She was
an excellent neighbor, a kind parent
and a true christian, enforcing by her
eximple ail the precepts which she
taught Her loss is mourned by a large
circle of friends and relatives, whose
consolation is that she has entered into
the reward of the "good and faithful
Died. At the residence of Prof.
W. M. Stewart, near this city, on Sun
day moruitig, Dec. 19, ls75,Miss Mary
Stewart, aged 7G years.
The deceased was an aunt of Prof.
Stewart, aid had resided with him for
a number of years. About four weeks
ago she received a fall on a flight of
stairs, fracturing her hip bone, from
the effects of which she died. She
was a member of the Presbyterian
Church in this city. Her f aneral was
attended by a large number of friends,
and her remains deposited in the fam
ily burying ground at the City Ceme
tery. Died. In this city, on the 23d inst.,
Mrs. Belle Coulter, wife of B. F.
Mrs. CotLTER has been for several
years an invalid, afflicted with that
terrible disease, consumption, which
has uow taken her from earth in the
prime of life, despite all the efforts
of her devoted husband, who has
in vain tried every remedy which hu
man skill could suggest She was a
lady of rare attainments, a fond wife, a
devoted mother and an earnest chris
tian, and her bereaved ones mourn not
as those without hope, for they know
she awaits them in a brighter and bet
Sl dden Death. James Beaumont
stirted to his work last Thursday morn
ing, and had got as far as the residence
of Dr. Johnson, on Franklin 'street,
when he dropped dead upon the side
walk. He was a worthy colored man
respected and liked by both white and
black. He was a member of the col
ored Odd Fellows Lodge in this place,
by which Order his remains were in
terred with their usual ceremonies.
The new trial of Jasper Butler,
charged with murder, was had this
week, and the jury rendered a verdict
of guilty of murder in the first degree,
thesame verdict rendered by the former
jury The case will doubtless 0 to the
The sale of the desirable residence
of W. H. Turoley, on Commerce street,
takes place on the premises next Mon
day, the 27v.h inst. This is a very valu
able piece of property, conveniently lo
cated, with all the modern improve
ments. Mb. Geo. Aljveix offers for rent
for W7C the very desirable store worn
on Franklin street, at present occu
pied by Blanton & Rankin, and alsx
several rooms iuthe second story suit,
able for offices or bed rooms.
The Masonic fraternity of this city
will celebrate St John's Day, the 27th
inst., by a supper, etc., in their hall.
AN IXPOKTAST LAW.
We republish the following section
from an act passed by the last session
of our Legislature, which is alike ini
ortaut to those who make advaoccs.
on produce, and those who receive
them. We learn that some parties in
this vicinity have already rendered
themselves liable to prosecution un
der this act: -
Sec. 12. Be it further enacted,
That whosever shall buy any cotton,
tobacco, or other produce, merchandise
or property, for cash, or shall procure
an advance upou such property, and
chail sell, hypothecate, or pledge the
same to another, aud use the proceeds
thereof for any other purpose, then the
payment of the seller, vendor, or party
advancing thereon, or shall ship, con
vey, or other wise make way with, or
shall deliver to another any such cot
ton, tobacco, or other produce or mer
chandise, without payment to said sel
ler or vendor, or party having advanced
the-eon. shall be euiltv of a felonv.
Upon conviction thereof, shall be pun
ished by fine in any sum. not ver five
thousand dollars, or imprisonment in
the State prison, for no! exceeding five
years, or by both such fine and impris
onment The Sick or oar City.
We are very glad to state that the
physicians of Dr. Sears now pronounce
him convalescing. We hope to see
him out in a short time.
Two other members of the family
of S. E. Ramey have the scarlet fever.
but none of them are considered dang
erously ill, and we hear of no further
spread of the disease.
Mayor Sullivan is still improving
and will soon be out
We regret to learn that our esteemed
friend B. O. Keesee, has not been
quite so well for the past day or two,
At the stated meeting of Clarksville
Commandery, No. S, held last Monday
night, the following officers were elect
ed for the ensuing year:
A. D. Sears, Eminent Commander.
J. C. Read, Generalissimo.
C. E. L. McCaulev, Captain General.
S. A. Caldwell, Prelate.
Jno. D. Moore, Sr. Warden.
W. J. MeCormao, Jr. Warden.
Peter Oneal, Treasurer.
F. G. Williams, Recorder.
Theo. Plummer, Standard Bearer.
Walter McComb, Sword Bearer.
M. Mattill, )
D. Kincannon, Guards.
J. J. Hamlett, )
W. C. Barksdale, Captain of Guards.
Madame Rentz's Female Minstrels
will give a performance at Franklia
Iall next Tuesday night, the 28th inst.
Their agent assures us that their pro
gramme this season is suited to lady
audiences and that there is nothing in
the performance to offend the modesty
of any one. We cannot speak from
personal knowledge, as we have not
She was one of those sentimental
young creatures who linger at the door
way to bid you good-bye in the star-
ight, and after she parted from him
the other night, she went up to her
room murmuring: "Yes, I would
know it was hard times, by the kind of
hair oil he uses now."
Persons wishing to subscribe for
the Chronicle and Weekly Courier
Journal, and desiring to have a chance
iu the Courier drawing, will have to
hurry up as the drawing takes place on
the 31st inst.
Capt. T. N. Anderson, of Logan
county. Ky., an experienced business
man and an accomplished gentleman,
has aken a position as salesman in the
house of Harrison, Son & Co.
The Scholars of the Episcopal
church in this city had their Christmas
Tree last night after we had gone to
press. The scholars of St Andrew's
Chapel have one to-night.
The entertainment at the Female
Academy Thursday night, for the ben
efit of the Ladies' Fund Society, was
quite a success, notwithstanding the
The confectioneries and groceries of
our city have been crowded with cus
tomers for several days past. People
will prejiare for Christmas despite the
Some thief lifted Mr. Henry Pick
ering's Christmas turkey and eight or
ten chickens last Thursday night.
Grackt&Bro. are selling Pitts
burg Coal at 22 cents per bushel St.
Bernard at 13 cents per bushel.
The farmers have had another first
rate season for handling and deliver
ing their loose tobacco.
. Parrots that can swear bring $18
apiece in Texas. But there are not
enough parrots in the world to do all
the swearing for that State.
By Three Gentlemen who were (iro
ly Slandered by a Voting Authoress.
Hold your plume op higher, higher.
In choosing a theme for your muse ;
Let your pen rest, or make rhyme nlgher
(D begins not the word we would use)
Aud A completes not our muse.
We therefore give this advice ; y
Were you man. there would be broken
As It is. we will let this surtU
Ht irk to the adage and don't throw stones.
In New Providence, on tlje 17th Inrt., by
D. L. Sin lih. Eq.. Mr. David Robkbtn
and MIm Khakcis Jon ks, both of Kentucky.
Onthelftth Inst., at Pea Ridge, by Rev.
F. f . Plaster, Mr. J as. T. Urimks, of Logan
county, fa')'., nnd Mixs Lizzik Hkkkixu,
daughter 01 fa. li, JJerrinit, of this county.
In New Provlilenoe, Term., at the resi
dence of Thou. Hiiulim, Dtttiein her VI, Wo,
Mr. Plesaxt B. Oakbstt, gud 73 years, a
months und 7 days.
HOLIDAY NOTICES !
to Clarksville, at McCauley k Co.'s.
For raisins, prunes, currants and
figs, go to Wheatley & Bibb's.,
Try our cigars and Tobacco,
have in stock the best brands.
CalL t Wheatley & Bibb's for pine
apple cheese, ora&gs, lemons and co
At Harrison, Bon AV Co.'s a uW sup
ply of Zephyrs, new Calicoes, Ladies'
and Misses' Shoes. Call nd see them,
Dee. lt 1375-4w.
When you want canned peaches,
tomatoes, oysters, pine apples, black
berries, cherries, strawberries, corn,
spice, or mackerel, go to Whcatley
x.IovAULET & Co.'a is LaJ quarters
for nice Christmas goods and holiday
presents. Dec. 18-2w.
Christmas goods' at Wheatiey Jfc
Bibb's candies, nuts, fireworks of all
kinds. : ;:
The largest stock of box papers and
envelopes in Clarksville, at McCauley
Wheatley & Bibb have the best
yeast powders in the city. Call and
try them. . . .
At Harrison, Son & Co.'s a new sup
ply of Zephyrs, new Calicoes, Ladies'
and Misses' Shoes. Call and see them,
Wheatley & Bibb's is the place to
get iresh canned goods. .
If you want pure drugs and medi
cines, call at McCauley & Co.'s. We
deal iu nothing but the best
Canned turkey, chicken and tongue
at Wheatley & Bibb's.
i ii i .. ..
Call at McCauley & Co.'s for first
class goods of every kind.
Go to Wheatley & Bibb's for oat
meal and cracked wheat
If you want to make your friends a
nice present go to McCauley & Co.'s
and select from the best stock in the
Ladies now is the tima to have
your old Wheeler & Wilson Sewing
Machines changed from old to new
style, at Wm. Kleemann's. All kinds
of needles for sale at same place.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS I
In anticipation of a change in our
January 1st, IS 75,
we warn a'l persons indebted to us, to
come forward and make settlement, as
all accounts remaining unpaid at that
time will be placed iu the hands of an
officer for collection.
BLANTON & RANKIN.
At Harrisoq, Son, & Co.'s a new sup
ply of Zephyrs, new Calicoes, Ladies'
and Misses' Shoes. Call and see them,
u. N. Uyers has a fine assortment
of writing desks, toilet stands, card
cases, and other articles suitable for
Chritmas presents. Call and see them
Fine Champagne wine, cigars and
tobacco at Wheatley & Bibb's.
Wheatly & Bibb have just receiv
ed a fresh lot of maccaroni, vermicel
li, split peas, farrenni, and dried sugar
r We bought our Christmas goods to
sell, and will add to the happiness of
our friends by offering them at the low
est cash prices.
McCacley & Co's.
Byers has just received a well
selected lot of Writing Desks, Work
Boxes, Toilet Stands, Card Cases,
Ladies Fine Pocket Books, Fancy
Papers, Jcc for Christmas presents.
Call on Wheatley & Bibb for apple
and peach butter, mince meat, spice,
pigs feet, pickles by the gallon.
The finest perfumery and toilet ex
tracts, of both foreign and domestic
manufacture, at McCauley & Co's.
Just Received. A large lot of
canned goods cheap for cash at
Wheatley & Bibb's.
McCorjiac has the right kind of
machinery and a competent man to
manufacture frames, and that's why
you can get one of those things so very
cheap there. Call up and sec for your
self, dec. 11, T5-3t
If you want paints, oils, varnishes,
and glass at the lowest possible cash
price, get them from McCauley & Co's.
FREsn buckwheat flour at Wheatley
At Harrison. Son $ Co.'s a new supr
ply of Zephyrs, new Calloo6S, Ladies'
and Missei' Shoes. Call and see them,
prices low. Dec. 18-2w.
Wheatly & Bibb have a large stock
of everything good to eat, which they
sell cheap for cash. They also have a
large suptly of Christmas goods.
Plctnres for the Holidays.
The scarcity of money has compelled
a reduction in the price of pictures as
in everything else. Price of Cartes de
Visit reduced to $3 per dozen. Ten
dollar Porcelian pictures , reduced tq
five 'dollars. Five dollar whole size
Photograph reduced to three dollars.
Ilouses for Rent
The store house on Franklin street,
now occupied byC. C. Everett and one
on Second street, now occupied by AV.
L. Gardiner, are for rent for the year
1376. For information, apply to this
For all Ken.
The weather is cold, but you should
pot forget that you can be made entire?
Iy comfortable by purohasiqg winter
Undershirts, Drawers, Business Suits,
Overcoats and Gloves from the ne
stock of fine goods kept by
Nov. 20, 75. Pitman &, Lewis.
To the Ladies. If you want visit
ipg or inyitatioa pards. e wish to re
mind you that we have a large and
elegant assortment of the very latest
stylps, all poJors and tints, and can.
furnish then) in the best printed, stylo,
at the shorted "Qtice, G jre us a calj.
Yor; can find Fresh
Whole Eoxes, Halves and Quarters,
, ANNED GOODS
WALTER McCOMB & CO.
. Dec i, iS7&-tr
IAS. K. BA1Z.BT. CRAS. O. SXXTH.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Will practlcfl in all the Courts or Mont
gomery, Stewart, Houston nnd Robertson
Counties, aud in the Circuit and District
Courts for the Middle District of Tennessee
at Nashville, and in the (Supreme Court.
Special AttBtI PnM tm Collections
,r i in DfpTifii
Chaklks I.ehmah lias refitted and re-
DBinted his Restaurant and .Saloon and will
keep lt supplied with the best or every -tauig
the market affords end has arrouge-
ntenls to get an Kinas oi seasonaoie game,
Kresii Oysters, etc.. which will be served to
the public in the most approved style of
Pine Wines, "Old Robertson," Old Bour
bon, Cigars, etrM will be found -at tne r.
and nil who Dractice in this department
mar rest assured that what they call for
wli! be ours and oalatabie. V4-ii
C W. WHKATLEY.
J. C BIBB.
Wheatley & Bibb,
And Dealers In
ROBERTSON COUNTY WHISKY.
Franklin Hall Building,
We keep every variety of Family Sup
plies and as 1 sell exclusively for CAS.11
can oiler inducement to purchasers.
We wUI pay the highest market price for
HEAL, FOCITRY, AC
WHEATLEY & BIBB.
Sept. 25. 75-tf.
You will find Cigars, Chew
ing and Smoking Tobaccos at
OWEN & MOORE'S.
a ii ii iifmM nun ji i
" DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES,,
OYSTER SAnmms, etc.,
FOR SALE BY
WALTER McCOMB & CO.
lec. 4, 1875-4W.
Choice Green and Black
OWEN & MOORE'S.
For Rent for 1876.
W. J. Ely offers his residence on
Madison street for rent for 187C.
Dec. 11, 1875-tf.
Wc are making to orcter
Long Curl Ilair Mattresses,
Moss Mattresses, of best moss,
Moss Top Mattresses,
Box Spring "
Material good work guaranteed.
Give us your order and encourage home
Q. C. ATKINSON.
Aug. 7, 1875-tf.
Wheeler & Wilson. We have a
new Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Ma
chine, which has never been used, to
dispose of upon reasonable terms. It
is a No. 2, half case, bronzed arms,
polished case, with all the late im
provements, including patent tucker.
rufflcr, corder and Hyde's patent oil.
Ask Wheatley k Bibb for cranber
ries, boniiDy and grits. They keep
PRICE OF DIAMOND COAL.
Car load delivered, 18c per bushel.
Wagon load delivered (in Corpora
tion) 20c. per bushel.
Wagon load, on side track, 18c.
Car load, on side track, lCc.
We intend to keep a full stock of
the very best Coal on hand, aud will
be glad to All all CASII orders at the
above figures. The profits on coal
will not justify us in doing a credit
business, and if we favor a party, the
bill is due when presented. Soliciting
orders, we are
E. S. Bringiiurst & Co.
Oct. 9, lS75-6m.
Spiced Boneless Pigs Feet,
For Sale by
Walter McComb & Co.
peo, 4, 187,-tfi
andy, Stick Candy
OF ALL KINDS, &C.
Mrs. Hodgson & Maguire,
Having returned from N-v York with
foil line of
are now prepared lo show their friends and
puirons au tne latest tail ana winter Nov
elties. Oct. 3-tf.
NO. 21, FRANKLIN ST.
A good assortment of
Undertaker's Material !
March 13. 1875-tf.
First Round of Qnarterlj Meetings.
ciaras vine, nee. 1, o.
Mouth Clarkiville. Pec. 4, 5.
Asbury, Union School House, Dec. 11, 12.
Montgomery, at Mt. Pleasant. Dec. 18, IS.
iSalem, at Burr's Chapel, lec 25, 2U.
Antioch, at Salem, Jan. 1, 2.
Dickson, at Walnut Grove, Jan. 8. 9.
Palmyra, Jau. 15, IB.
W. Burr, P. E.
Oct. 19, 1875.
CURHSULLE WHOLESALE I1KIET.
CORRECTED BT J. J.CKCSMAX.
New Orleans sugar In good supply at 7
to t, for fair to choice brown.
Suuak. Curitfed, 10(3 H; Clashed, Po w
deied and UranulHted, HJ'jrtjKjc.
New Orleans Molassea, 50, (fl tn.
SVRU PS. uOcalii.
CortKi We quote Rio 22 to
2c, Java 3j to 37c.
Salt. Kauawl'a, 7 bushel bbls, 2 ;
by the Cur load ti i
Klouu Superfine, 5 00; Extra, 15 50 to
0 50; Choice or Fancy, W 50(97 511.
stab Candles. into ISc.
WiiisKKY Common country, SI 00(3120;
bent brands Robertson county, $1 30 to 1 75.
OH Euan Prime factory 12 to 14c.
Rick Carolina. 9e.
Soap liar l(alO.
Oils Coal oil. Itia29c: lard oll.U 15 cts ;
linweed' oil. raw l"c boiled 70.
Spirits tukpkntink oo.
Varnish Cpal,Sl 30; Japan, 1 00.
Window Ulass SxlO 82 25 V box, 10x12
2 3:; 12x14, 2 Kj.
Powdrk Rifle, 16.00 keg; lead, 10 V ft
Shot 2 Si.
Caps X"cTf 1,000.
Oysters aud I tt cans 2 0dgl 00.
Mackerel No. 3, per bbl. $8 50: kits.
No. 1, 1 iati (iu.
Blacking 3775, perdozen.
Nails 3 50. -
Ikon Kentucky, 3; Tennessee,.
" RoPB 22S25C.
PittsbCro Coal 30 cts. St. Bernard.
zu cts. aeuvereu.
Traces) 00 to 12 o0 per. dos.
Coll a rs f 8 00 to 24 per. dox.
H ames (4 to lOperdoz.
Axes f9 50 to 1100. per. doz.
The following are the prices paid here at
this date forcountry produce.
Bacon Buying, 12Jic.
T a it Ayvf fjc
Pea Nuts 65Vatl 00 per bushel
Ginseno--HO to 90c
Feathers new 30f35c.
White Beans t 00 to SI 25.
Peas 75c to SI 00.
Timothy Sekd S3 OQ,
Hekus Urass SI At,
Okchahd Urass 12 75.
Blue Ukass 91 20.
Rye SI 10.
Pork 7 gross.
An immense stock of Win
dow Glass, at prices greatly
reduced, for sale by
OWES & MOORE.
Lard Oil, Lubricating and
Machine Oils, at greatly re
OWEN & MOORE.
f mm w w u a
BEY GOODS, OLOTHIN&j
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
The greatest attraction in Clarksville is the Immense Stock of Dry GoodSj Carpets,
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats just received by - .... . 1 .
RICE, BROABBUB & GO.
and are selling at such low prices as will enable all to buy and be happy. They have
made BLACK DRESS GOODS A GPCCIillTIT
this season, and are offering the most complete stock ever offered in Clarksville and at
prices to suit all. You can buy an elegant full mourning dress at Rice, Broaddus & Co.'s
at 50 cents per yard. No one can beat it. In Colored DXU2pl3 GO OD3
their stock is pronounced by all who have seen it as the best in Clarksville, embracing all
the new fabrics in Seal Browns, Prunes, Plum, Navy Blue, Greys and Plaids to match,
with Worsted Fringes, Guimps and Buttons to match an admitted convenience by all to
get dress and trimmings to match at one place. The best stock of Waterproofs and La
dies' Cloths in Knickerbockers, Plaids, Solids, in the market, with Worsted Fringes and
New Moss Trimmings to match. Prices guaranteed as cheap if not cheaper than elsewhere.
Ladies, if you want to be happy, why just go to Rice, Broaddus & Co.'s and buy
some of those beautiful New Style Collars and Cuffs, New Style Colored Bordered Hand
kerchiefs, New Style Seal Brown Cardinal Neck Ties in Plaids or Solids, Seal Brown .nd
Cardinal Sash Ribbons. They will show you the largest and prettiest stock of Jaconet
Edging and Inserting in the city, at lowest prices. Why you will be surprised to see
them so cheap. Call for New Style Bustles, call for C. P. Corsetts, the best made for the
price. They are selling fast. Call early and get one. Latest Paris Style Cloaks, New
Style Knickerbocker Suits,
morals for Ladies and Misses,
Damasks, Napkins, Towels and Crashes. Extra good family Irish Linens, Bird Eye
Diapers, Linen Kenting, &c, &c.
They are agents for the celebrated Annis Brown Sheeting,
the best in the markat, at factory prices. In 4-4, 5-4, 64,
defy competition, and sell as
stock of Woolen and Cotton Flannels in Clarksville can be seen at lowest prices, at Rice,
Broaddus & Co.'s. Rice, Broaddus & Co. have Plaid Linseyat 12 cents per yard. The
nandsomest ST?002S1 JE?" -EZEIHSTPS
in the city are now being sold by Rice, Broaddus & Co. A new and elegant stock of
CARPETS, RUGS, OIL CLOTHS, just received and for sale by Bice, Broaddus & Co.
Splendid Stock of New Ready Made Clothing. A full
CASSIMEKJK for $18 UU - Elegant stoct oi ijinen .dosodu
warranted to fit and wear well. The largest variety ever
Men's and Children's Underwear. Just think of it, a good white Knit Shirt for a gentle
man, only 5U cents. -
Sill HatS- Fur
ana lowest prices, are now Deing onerea uv xvice, iroauaus
-. . r .
The Best Scissors in the World.
Rice, Broaddus & Co.
The best goods, the latest styles, the best variety and the lowest prices are the induce
ments offered by Rice, Broaddus & Co.
Blacli, Coral and Shell Jewelry Breast Pins and Ear Rings,
Necklaces, Watch Chains, Hair Tins, High Top Combs, all in great variety, and for sale
FIELD AND GARDEN
(iiiano, Gypsum r.r Land Pliuter, Patapiico
PLOW'S, HOES, CIIA1XS, ETC.,
in any qnnntlty,
LOWEST CASII PRICES.
May 3. IH73-tr
1 S V S !
7 e !
C. C. EVERETT !
Has an abundant slock of
TOYS, ETC., ETC.,
Ctxistna3 and New Year Pre:eats
for the little folk and larger children, lo
which b. Invites the atteuli'jii of the pub
lic generally. Hi prices suit the times and
hlss-oodareof the best quality. Call on
hltn when you desire Iu 'Pwreuaae.
He also lia I uM ue oj
to which he iKvitea the attention of smok
4 ' i
New Style Shawls, New Style
best stock of Breakiast bhawls ever onered.
inducements offered in Y
DOMESTICS ARID SHEETI1UGS.
rood goods as any house in America. The largest and best
GEHT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
JtLatSJ, WOOl XlatS. tfest variety, largest stoct
,,. 1 I, 1 i
MGE, BROADtMS CO.
U. B. WILSON. HENRY FRECH
J. P. Y. WHITFIELD.
C. B. WILSON & CO.
To meet the demand of the hard times.
we propose to sell material and work at the
lollowinv reduced prices Iroin this data
until further notice:
, ,- x.. v,..v,
i-nSf LOOM NO FACI XSASCXS
P.pr'ioKixG face J..ASCM per m
Ckilimu togud AjiDOROovrDJiia. thick 1
per m ?- uu.
Wkatiikkuoardixo d rested and Jointed
l . i - i -w t ! . . , i-k .1
wiw, a uy iy iu. iuh k i wuci v. r .4 7c
" 28xk. " " " " t r ia
4 nurtiU MM MM M U M f W
mm rhAT -.'
M M M t -
MM M M !
MM MMM U 12 00
2 Hxtf 8
2xtttt - " " I
Hasii.Kx 10, ) 4 In. thick 12 light per pair .Vie. i
10x1a " ...... - .. Hc..
4 HlXU 1 " MM hoc. 1
10x12, ' " J j
: n::!i' : : - : z zu
ALU Work of Yellow Poplar I.cxbkb
Make your framea to suit the size above,:
and you can always obtain the doors, aasli '
and blinds you want, as we keep them on
hand. OddSjum will be Chak.ikd Extra
Prick. The above prices are t on CASH.
Penons ordering material by sending good '
references can have it sent to their nearest i
Kailroad depot to be paid for on delivery:
they paying freight aud charges. Ws will
bepleaxed to correspond with parties need-i
ing building material.
SHINGLES, LATHS AND CEDAR
POSTS FOR SALE,
e b. wilsox CO.,
Commerce Htreet, near the Foundry
February , 1X75-tf.
CLARKSVILLE, . TENNESSEE.
We have a large lot of
we rauy biggies,
OLD FOLKS' BUGGIES,
on hand, whit-h we will sell low. We are
also making the famous
PATENT SLIDE SEAT BUGCT!
which can be chanced Into EIGHT differ
ent styles, either a two or four pasaengei
earrisge. Any lady can change it in a few
Done as low as the lowest, and in the best
manner. 11 lorgel lljj- Q
Jnly i lbTl-U
Felt Sacques, New Style Bal
hite and Colored Linen Table
which is 37 inches wide and
10-4 and 11-4 sheetings they
Suit of FREDERICKSBURG
amru, uesc in tne market,
offered by them in Ladies',
EESIDKXCE FOS SALE.
IV hfnn I mil! nn
I MONDAY. IEl'K.MBER, 37, liCS. ortrr lor
' mtle, at public auctlou. on the prrmlMn, my
! reMUenre on Commerr itiwt. This pine
i IxconvrnientJy lorated.br Ing near Ihm
j Incm part or the city, and htu good larOen,
I Hlablea, cisterns, etc Terms uiad knou
l on day of sale. Kor further information,
; call st Kleobuut WareliouM.
I Pec 4, M73-lw.
It Oil Ell T 'KWMAN,
CLARK8V11AE. : TENNESSEK.
I fcTCIUO, Corner UniTereity Arenoe and
" . , . ... ,
,.1VV.r"" ,n ." from ''net Llfr '
Picture, iMguerotypes and fhoto-
(fraphs enlarged to any denired sise, aud
finished In a suuertor style, in
,iors r Irayoii. at Ulty per cent Itw than
Our stock of Burial Case and Casket la
large and well assorted, consisting iu part
Metalie Borlal Cases, '
Rosewood Burial Cases.
Cedar Burial Cases ;
Cherry and Poplar Codaa
for Hospital use,
Of every variety and style.
Having been engaged In the Undertake
ing busiuess for ths past Is years, we pro
fess to understand our business.
To Country Dealers:
We can furnish Burial Cases sad Casket
at Wholesale Prices. Also coffin Trim
mings, eoflln Handles, Name Plales.Kervws
J NO. F. COlTd SON.
March 13. 1875-ly.
W. C. Barksdale.
K. M. Clark.
(I Hi Ml HE FLUNG Ml !
Doors. Sash, Blinds. &
And Ixalers is
Of Every description.
lerdgos a&i Specifications Fur
tislisi en Application.
FRAN KMX .STREET,,
Juno 1! l7&-tf.
Slilsceirm wbo Lire eootrtcted
to pay taeir suWriptions ia wood, ar
reqoested to deliver it as a a early ax
Jay as their convenience will admits