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tLARESYILLE. DtC 25, 18J5.
J. A. OR AST
i. S, KXBISTT.
SEBLETT & GKIXT,
FCBLisHias Aitn paoraisToas.
CAT EH OF ADVETWirG t
. Dollar per aqaare of Ten Hoes or '
KATES OF ADVERTISING.
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500' 8 00 1000 15 00
1 50 1000 1200 18 00
1000 1200 15tl:20 00j
1500 18 00 HIIWWW;
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Announcement of marriage and deaths
free-tribute. rroapert and obltoarlea
' . OOTWO HCKTH.
in X. 2 arrives and leave t at 110 p. .
No. 4 leaves at l:o P. .
Train 5. 1 nrlw" fcW P. .
Train No. 3 arrive and leaves at ,:, A.M.
"MOLD THE FORT."
This wonderful hymn was written by Mr.
V r Bllw, at the suggestion of Major l.
V Whittle. Mr. BHm also compoiiod the
music HlSPPrttP", the most powerful
a,l popularof Mr. Sanky'saongs:
"Ho my comrade, see the signal,
waving in the y! -
lXnforoernenU now appeariPS,
Victory is nigh!
HoK the fort, fori am coming.
j.-sns signals still.
Wave the answer back to heaven,
By tby grace we will.
"far Hie mighty hostadvauolng,
Satin lenuln on;
Mislity men around as falsing
l-nuiage almost gone.
tbe glorious banneT waving.
Hear the bugle blow.
In our leader's name well trinmpli.
Over every fo.
Flerceandlong the battle rages,
Onward com our great Commander,
Cheer, my conirados. cheer.
Take my life- nd l'1 lt be
i onset-rated all to Thee;
Take in v hands, and let them move
At the impulse of Thy love;
Take my feet, and let them be ,
Swill and beautiful to Thee ;
Tnke my volce.and let me sing
Only formy Lord the Klne;
Tiikemv lips, and let them lie
rill.il with images from Thee;
T-ike mr silver and my eold.
Not a nilie would I witlihold;
Take my moments and my days,
It them flow in ceaseless praise;
Take my Intel ect, and use
Kvery power as Thou wilt choose,
Tnke m v will and make it Thine,
It shall be no longer mine ;
Tnke mv heart. It is Thine own.
It Khali be Tby royal tbrone ;
Tnke mv love mv Lord, I pour
At Ihy feet it treasured iftore;
Tske mvself. and I will Iks
K.ver only. Lord, for Thee.
T Proft Tic latertieirctU i ";
When asked about his discoveries in
science, when and how he began his
theory, he replied that to tell of these
thing in detail would be to relate a
longiftory. lie had first been influenced
to begin his Teearcnes in me ne m
which be had since had each success.
bout the year ISW, after the publica
tion cf lirove s lecture" on ne puyw
cat forces, which he read and which
li'im in tbir.l-.intr in the tcid wnitu
lie has since pursued, it appearca io
K m .t tht time that tne autnor uiu
not probed his Bubject to tho bottom,
.-j V. hA discovered since that be
i... .i .i.n n v riarmp errors, ror
;n,.nM Mr. Grove had spoken 01
motion as a power, which was a great
L- Hut if there were in exist -
ence such forces as t"e author of these
lectures enumerated, tticy must nays
their influence, lie began to siuuj
rainfall?, sun-spots, cycloues, etc. He
found that these latter were known to
occur in cycles, and he set to work to
find out the lengths of these cycles.
To aid him io this search, he sent to
Europe and collected all the orks
treating upon the subject that he could
find. He discovered, however, tnas
they disagreed so much that they were
of "little Taliie. They placed the length
generally at between ten and twelve
years. But by taking the mean he ar
rived very nearly at Jupiter's year.
I This was a discovery which he had
slightly expected to make, and amount
! cd to a great deal in the end. He found
though that this term did not cover an
the phenomenal occurrences to hie sat
isfaction, and he was led to suppose
.1 ..- V.a. ntlinr rvclfS. ftO DC
lucre Uiu.l i v I
kept up his inquiries, and discovered
at length a cycie ior eacu ui i"
eta, all of which had their influence on
our weather phenomena, which were
exhibited upon their paisage of certain
given points. The planet which gave
us most trouble was one about which
the Professor had learned least. Thts
was a planet whose periodicity he had
placed, with some difficulty, at twenty
three days. This was Vulcan.
When asked if the different planets
produced different kinds of phenome
na, he replied in the negative. ul-
can was oniy ien mure iiciucyuuij.
TTx l.oro oTiiUined more at length than
nnl.l h riven in a newspaper article
THE COMING WIXTEB.
Prof. Tice was then asked after our
weather for the future. He said, ac
cording to his calculation, we were
promised a storm on next Saturday,
which would be the time of Vulcan's
next passage. The last time this had
happcued had been on the 6th inst.,
when the leutschland had been
The winter, he thinks, will be macn
more violent in the Kastcrn than in the
Western hemisphere. About the tenth
of January he predicts a great storm,
when we may look out tor aireiui ole
asters. At that time Mercury and V ul
can and Venus will all pats one point
near the same time, and he expects
their influence on our elements to be
of the most dreadful character. He
thinks it will likely be most severe
i . A - i .1 .KAiinil tnA
along InQ gull stream iuu niuuuv
English coast. The weather may be
expected to be very severe for about
four days. AVithout intending to throw
a damper on any one's holiday antici
pations, we may say that he predicts
snow or rain for Christmas. Lom
viile Lalgrr, Dec. lTlh.
BEER SALOOH &RFSTAURAST
t ntmnvpd mv Raloon and Restau
rant to Weils old stand on strawberry Ht.,
where I will keep 11 ai an uiura
with the Jest ot everyiuiu iu "j f
- HEALS A!fD FRESH OYSTERS
will be served up to the public at all times
Oct 2, lS75-3m. ,
B. 0. KEESEE & CO.
Have Just reotiived a large lot of
Fresh Canned Goods
YARMOUTH SUGAR CORN, .
. t PINE APPLKS.
, . PEACHES,
. SALMON; -
AIMO SEW CROP
H, 0. SUGAR and MOLASSES,
KEW CHOP RICE,
Grits, Hominy, Pickles,
Gunpowder ami Oolong
Graham Plcur I
And everytliins nsiiallf kept in n flrst
cles itroceiy, esceot wlilsky. all of which
they propose to sell, at wholesale and re
tail, as cheapasany market in the west.
Nov. 13, 1875-tf.
Woald respectfully onnonnco to their
friends and tbe public aeuenilly, that they
have now in store a complete and well -lected
stock of ,
'vSrtU.ir'2 L.i.-.-'' ?-.--;, ?.?,.-.-.'
LEX. H. SMITH.
lDrrig5 Sundries,1 r
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
.' i.aiRUDON & SMITE ;
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
1 TRICE'S LANDING GRANGE ; WAREHOUSE,
nnCT pkoviDBnicE, - - -.Tsnrar.
Liberal advances on Tobacco in Store. Refer to the trade generally
E.B. Ross,MontioineryCo.,Tenn., T.M. Barker, Christian Co.,Ky., Thos.S. Mlmms,
Todd Co Ky., i. K Uiveus, Logan to., Ky., L u. rlargis, ssiewari uon ienn., r.x.
Sept. 4, UC5-6m. t r ' -
School Books, Stationery,
Toilet Articles aniliolions.
W. P. HAMBAUGH...
J. H. PETTCfi.
J. C. KENDRICK.
rrnnlv hac Inst returned from New
York and Philadelphia, wh are hepurehas-
1 these goods oireei iroin Hie uiauiunrauv
i,i,nirtni. and hnviair an expert
ence or t wenty-tui ee years in the inauipu
lation and administration of medicines,
.,,,..,- miTveivps that we have in store
as pure articles of Drutn and Cliemieals as
caii le found in the United Statss, and we
guarantee everything as represented.
Another important fenturein this matter
is, we paid ea-ih for these goods, and while
it is not our disposition to monopolize the
entire trade of tniscotnmuimy, we prem
ise our lriends and those favoring us with
their patrouase that we wui sen iraruowis
upon as favorable terms as any house in
tlic clt v
All those In search of FIRST-CI.ASS
eoodsat the lowest possible cash prices,
Ire respectfully invited to an examination
of onr stock, and especially would we in
vite the ladies to an examination of our
toilet articles, note J,,J1?J,jEY,tjfe ?o. ;
' ' CENTRAL" TOBACCO WAREHOUSE.
KEfelIGK,mMBAUGH & GO
Tobacco and General
NEW PROVIDENCE, -
IfeiisMng Goods, Hats,
. . , . L
Ami Inflict. everMl.!r2Dr;ir.!nInt;toaFlrst-nassClothlnB Store, rememoer tno wo
ar o.i h-itid with the stock to meet your wani.
In irreat variety of slvk and nood make; and to prices w ask yonr Inspect too, be
lieving that in every respect we can suit yon. , . .
And Low Prices
Ladles' and Geots' farnUhln; Goods,
flats; Caps, Boots, Shoes, etc
Block new and very select.
Clothing made to order, and warrant
el to give satisfaction.
Store Room on Frankl'n street,
nearly opposite POST OFFICE.
Oct. m, ir.5-tr.
LEWIS T. GOLD, Genl Manager.
i i , (j ' r ..... t . '
i . Kir LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON TOBACCO, -a
Sept. . 1875-tl.
mm BE HAD!
K. P. DOB BIS,
w. H. nor.sis.
Senator Morton's last scheme to
keep the Senate hot:
Senator Morton will introduce iu
the Senate at an early day a series of
resolutions embodying the national
theory of polities as distinguished from
the old tate ngbts doctrine, .'ir.
Morton's intention is to provoke a dis
cussion upon them soas to bring out
the opinions of the members of the
Senate, it being believed that there are
several of the old fogy order who still
adhere to the exploded State's rhts
doctrine. 1 he resolutions, when pre
sented, will lie over, on a motion to
pnot, and Morton will set a day to call
them up for debate. Several Senators
re already preparing speeches op the
fubject, and the discussion will no
doubt be the most interesting and im
portant of the session.
H, P, DORRIS & SON, Agents,
Manufacturers and IJealers in
Tin, Sheet-Iron &' Copper
. , Work,- -
Will keep on hand
HOLLO W WARE,
of all kinds,
HOUSE FUIWISHIXG GOODS, ETC.
Guttering and Roofing promptly attend
ed to, at rates as low as the lowest.
Try ns, and satisfy yourselves.
a omul uRsortraent on hand. Chairs of
.,v .)u!rintion made to order, uranueu
. . Respectfully,
" II. r. DOItUIS Jfe SON, Agents.
23, 1S75-1 y.
To Delinqckxts. During the past
twelve months, owing to the excessive the old State
stringency of the times and the scarci
ty of money, occasioned by crop fail-1
ures aud other causes, we have been
very lenient with our debtors, and now
have on our books quite a number ol
subscribers who are io arrears, and
some ot them considerably so. In ad
dition to sending the paper on credit,
we Lave, according to the newspa
r postage law, to prepay the postage,
which makes us carry a double load,
and adds quite an item to the drain
ao of our nlrcady depleted treasury.
No man, who will reflect a moment,
can expect us to furnifh our paper
upon such terms.
In jiistue to ourselves, wc can no ine
lon -er do this, and on the 1st of Jan- ; ' He's dead, too," said the man.
ic-v ' ill (lron the names of! "Well, confound it! shouted the
nary lb.o, e will drop be names i oi , inJ;,idu!lIi KaU for Brownlow.
till uho have not paid up to, or bejonu, , fael you a bi,ed Qwl you.j pever
that time, and in future will adhere to eaT oi lnat 0i,j coon going dead."
ih. " rash in advance "syslcm. Know- j
lug the difficulty of raising money dur-.
iug the past year, especially among the j
farming classes, wc have continued to j
-ond the paper to mauy beyond the j
time paid for, and now wc ask them in j
voturn to pay up the old score and re- j
new their subscriptions, paying iu ad- i
vnnoe. , Neei.ett AG east.
i Pnnv Saved is a renay Earned.
$10,000 GIVEN AWAY
wo will nd the Weekly Conrler-
Journtl and Chronicle lor one year,
... -f i.i
The Weekly Courier-Journal is the great
NATIONAL FAMILY NEWSPAPER.
It will, on December 31st, 175. distribute
inil8rti!illv ll,tJ in vaiunuie i"''"
amniiR its "subscribers, and every suberip
tionseot through us will be entitled to a
registered and numbered receipt for this
liend ussa 10 and get botlj papers.
done with neat ness and dtspatch
Shop on secono v;ros oi, uw.
Franklin Hall. Brockman's old stand,
Clarksville, Tenn. rrvKV
Feb. 20, 1875-tf.
ATKINSON'S JM1TM STORE
j Oils, Window Glass, c.
I FOR THE MILLION
WILL TELL. Come and see osbefore yoo buy.
KEESEE & PENICK,
27 Franklia Street, (larksillie, Tenn.
Oct. 9, 1875-tf.
GI ABKSVILLE TSlfflff.
WAEEHOUSE FEOlTTINa RIVES AT FOOT OP COMMERCE STREET.
, f ADVANCES MADE OS TOBACCO IN STORE.
wi v irau't ftrt.h(ni Rftnk ? S. F. Beaumont. Preset First
vnni u'unb- -"n n icfiKM. Pi-sTi Rank of Clarksville. Sep, H-tf
AT NO. 21, FRANKLIN ST.,
Clarksville - Tenn.
A full and complete stock of
all to be sold to suit the times.
Best Goods for Least Money !
JAMES II. SMITH,
Late of Orinter, Young & Co.
JAMES T. KENNEDY.
"Jlah for Johnson," bawled a man
the other day who had put himself
outside of a pint of beujtiuo,
"He's dead, yoa fool" said a bysta wi
ll ah for Uentry, Dialed uen-
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
SMITH & KENNEDY,
Successors to Grinter, Young 4 Co,,
Tobacco and General
STOVES, TIHW&RE, H0USEFURH1SHIHG GOODS,
CHINA.GLASS AND CjUEENSWARE. :
KmOANKDi W00O -pitiii
S. B. STEWART,
i at his new store, on Fran kiln street, neay!y
opposite Court-house, t ail ana tiaiii
tovk and prices, as I propose to keep a full
stock uf all good in mv line, and wl'lnot
be ondersotd by anybody.
Special attention will be paid to the pre
eriptlon derailment, whick l in ehurre
of Mr. Oeo. Vailiaut, and perviun M-udiu4
prascriptlona to me may rely on havintf
them prepared with accuracy and pn.in-T-nessalrnv
time, day or nlBlit-
. . i... r.t ihc iri,.ui siru-b and most complete variety of above Good
eve? brought to tbiscily, whichtbey will sell, at wholesale or retail, a
LOW AS ANY HOUSE IN THE WEST !
Special Attention to Roofing and Guttering.
March 21, loH-lf. .
M. C. MItXJOX.
L. G. BBADIilRY,
Uonse, Si? and Ornamental Painter,
CLARHSVIIJLE, TCXJiEMiKH ,
Shop on Strawbetry Street.
All orders from the country promptly at
tended to. Ordent left at Owen A Moore's
Drug Store will receive prompt attention.
July il, is,j-ru.
The uncounted millions of the late
W. li. Astor are to be distributed
among his immediate family, except
in., beoiiests civiniri3)i.00lto the As-
1 itable corporations, 10.000 to the
' meriean Bible Society, $10,0(H) among
our faithful employes, ou condition :
! that they were iu his service at ihe i , , Triiiicocci:
j time or his demise, and MM a year to ; CLARKSVILLE, TENNEbbtt
! the widow of lii njtmin Astor. j
March 13, 1875-tf.
TURHUY &' ELDER !
NEW CARRIAGE FACTORY !
BMBRIE & MILLION, -
Cor. Commerce and Third Sts., Clarksville, Tenn.
Having a good stock, of material, we are prepared to iurnlsh the public any kind of
vehicles ou short notice. All work warranted
FISST-CLASS IN ST1LF, MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHir !
tar o Jf ,rr
We respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage,
al.tmiilpd to. aud uliamos reauonaole
(Ofllce Up Stairs)
eluce which may be entrnsted to us. '
7 S5 fer rw $5
i $5 y.wu $5
35 ' $5
Five Dollars will onrehase a Frnetion of
an Industrial Kxhibition Ilond.tUat is cer
tain todraw one of the iouowiuis pre""'
On Deeember 6th, 1SI5,
which costnonly 55, can qraw
Cash Advances on Totaro .in StelgSSS
A- an additional inducemontto sub
stribers to the Chronicle, wa have
m:ide arrangements with several news-l-ajicrsand
periodicals by which we
-n furnish them to new subscribers
,r old ones paying all arrearages and
.me vpr in advance) at a reduced
i irue. W'o. eive below the names
the publications aud the price at which j
'.n h c:in be obtained in connection
with tbe CnnoMor.E : '
The Courier-Journal and Chronicle,
with a share in tho Courier-Journal
drawing, at .1.40.
The Nashville American and Chron
;odcy'a Ladies' Hook and the
tlironicle, and the beautiful chromo,
tbe " Morning Call," at 4 50.
Jemorest's Magazineand the Chron
icle, with choice of four elegant chro
inos, "Home, 8wcct Home," "Old
Oaken Bucket," "Afier the Storm,"
aud "The Captive Child' at 91.50.
Subscribers living out of Montg- 4
ry cottuty will have to pay fifteen cents
in addition to the above prices.
TheCiucinuati Commercial observes j
that " Washington and Jackson, to-
ward the close of their second terms, j
having been spoken of for re-election, j
each took occasion in his last message, I
previous to the election of a successor, ,
to declare an intention to retire at the 1
close of the second term. It will be
oLserred that General (J rant has omit-
0f ! tod to do anything of the sort. j
word in the Prcsi-
about the whiskey
Fire and Marine Insurance. The best
and chenpest Life Insurance In the United
OLD AND RELIABLE
New York Life Ins. Co.,
There is not a
dent s message
c- . . .... - I,.,, .ti.. iiiiip i r i en uiiu i'
frauds. Uue would nave tnougni ioat ti ever loumi worthy.
imf. nine ineu uuu iwicu
worthy. Undoubted in-
a conspiracy maintained for four years, I deninity at the
which has robbed ihe government ot
?4,lt00,000, and which has so profundly , L0WESx KN'OW'N RITES C0SS1STEST
shocked the ccuntry, is entitled to a WITU SKl'l U1TY.
few linos in an executive message ntue j
columns iu length. St. LmU Rejmh- notdec,vedBn(, misled. The best isthe
if. I cheuneKt. If you wlh to insure your lile,
' r ...... ..i-....i..iii a ml
j ciiooKe a company sc,ii""" -
Mr. W. II. Scudder, of Indiana,
(who has been appointed clerk to the
1 saker of the House of lleprcsenta
i lives, at a salary of 2,1(L was at one
' time connected with the Indianapolis
! Sentinel as editorial writer, and iiutil
i rcceutly has been editor of the Fort
j Wayne Scutiucl. He is an able aud
i fluent writer.
abilltv.and you will select tne "lmu r,eim-
blc" New York l.lie.
Will srive special attention io buy
inc. rent Ilia and aellinK Kcal Kslate.
Feb 21 1S71-U.
At last we are moving in the right
direction esrmrtins more than weim
..uf. The Uurea'u of Statistics at
Washington furnishes a statement ot
the imports and exports of iiierchan-lis.-
iuto and from the several ports ol
.i.. i l f.tr thp month ot
lie l.imv, '. - . . .
), toher which must afford great sat- against General James iongstreei. iu
f iction to all who arc interested in I recover Wi.OoO paid to him tor militia
:he welfare of the country and are de- j services, is now pending in thehupreme
,.f its t arly return to active ; Court ot Louisiana, ana w.n uc iciu
At all ihe ports tne im- ulEcd as oneot tno injits oi mo
ntcd JG M. fri and tne , cal troubles in that Mate.
exports s."j0.274.rlW. with foreua pro-!
duce. included in the imports but r j , j,; ,.arlCut appears worse with
exported. l.lt.5ta-le3Ving the bal- ; j ' .j tha(1 dj coiorca garments
-.,, of IJ';J, much soiled-; . littU fault .in a good
.miouut ot i i--iA or -y r- .VOinan attracts more attention tnau u
great offense iu a wicked one.
According to the last census Michi
gan has K),iJ72 more males than fe
males. There are 15,634 widowers aud
divorced males over twenty-one, and
il2 77-1 widows and divorced females.
Thirty-nine per cent of the population
represents married people.
A suit cf the State Ot Louisiana :
riMUSl'ISVENKARY hiKleeu established
1 Jlyoarsln theKameottice. The Uoctor
is a regular itradnatc of medicine ; has had
.7,1.,.. i.. iiUm-nriALT than any
nhvaieiau u America. OoNORKUEA.Ulejrt,
E ure" Vari-ocele. Sj -pbil "".
Skin and Blood Diseases cured in half 1 e
: time, an.i at halt tneeiwu i""--;
.illiers. KkmalkUimeamcj!, Lelicorrhea or
I Whites, Fnilimt of the Womb, irregulari
i ties. Suppression of the Month Ilea.
treated wilb eminent success.. Si'ERMA
a.s the result of !s.-lf-:ilms-itiyoin,or.--t-A-ual
Ktu'MM :i i;m(irer yers, iciulerlnu
iiiarrlue" ituproiier' or Ui'l"l'lJ"i peima
nentiy cured. Medicines furnished, wiv
ing patients more than our whole charges.
No meicurv or mineral poisons used, iiiib-
1 ber tioods lor ;le. i'Htlents treated oy
mail r express, t'lutrites reasonable. Call
I nertnnallv, or address a-s above, t.'onsulta-
I iion free, and correspondence strictly con
fiileiitial. Hours : s a. m. to p. in.
i ,lvsli II !l. ill.
Nov. i, lit-i.
DEALERS IS ALL KINDS OF
.Iron, Guns, Cutlery,
Agricultural Implements !
GRAI2H DRIIjI -
with double force feed, does better work in
sow ins ail kinds of grain than any other
drill, sowing any quantity per acre cor
rectly. The celebrated
tho leading and best rai?ons known to
SMITH'S YA. STRW CUTTER!
Avery's Steel &Cast Plows,
Clarksville Cast Plows,
Whips of all kinds, rumps Cedar Ware,
Uuiliers' Hardware, Mechanics' Tools.
Wnaon Material, Nails, Axes, etc.
Farmers, lilacksmiths, Carpenters, Build
ers and all others we keep the best goods.
We know whereto buy. We buy for cash,
and will sell as low as the lowest for cash.
Come one, come all.
August 11, is73-lf.
Bm,H,'. si vears' experience in the business at 1 1. is rlee1-.e f ; two
years as a partner of Orinter, ioung Vo., a..u ?:,ir M-imenis
solicit the natronaf
beiland Warehouse," and the pnonc gei.eia
give satisfaction. jn TT"17,"7lTTVr TV.
We refer to Northern Bank. FlratKationMB.
Clark & Hro .. Uarkayllle ,7,'.. BVnk ef E'"t". K'ktou. K ' UJL5',
coun.y i"?"""3,""X H. ki,, sville.HoDkinsville.Ky
inn. Trenton, ai - n uu
THOS. II. GLOVER.
JOHN C. BHERLEY.
Late ofSherley, Wooufolk 4 Co.
QL0ER; & SHERIiHY,
Boone Tobacco War ehouse.
M .VI BET. KIJSTII A TEBfTH,
10 Pieni 1 urns of 53.500 each
ax) " I F'd in cash
M " l nnd no
Tbe I.owc! rreiulum i 03.10.
Each Fraction must draw this snm.
All Fractions will be cood with 81a 00 to
purchase a w hole S20 00 Bond.
This is a chance for a fortune and no
chance for loss.
1 m it) Rnnil narKf lnnlM n fOUT orBW-
I iiigsen'e year, Until it has drawn one of
the following premiums,
$.o, $ioo, $200, saoo, $500,
ft 1,000 $3,000, $5,000,
E. S. BRINGHURST & CO,,
Coal, Woca, Cera, Eay, Cits, Eraa
Agents for Dlamal "
Vran kl I n St., between 2nd and 3rd. '
CLARKSVILLE, - TENNESSEE.
April 17, lS7o-tf.
A. Q. GOODLETT
Attorney at Law,
Office New Providence. Will practice in
..11 ,i,r-..ris of Moiituouiery County and
,1... s.i,,,rpiii(. aud Federal Courts at
It Your Hoff8leta8
Auction Sales Dally. Returns Promptly Made.
shlnn Trom ClarRSfiue
... . 1 . . m rriiaflA
U. B. Hutchings Will Atiena Baies - i-nnients, WM
JU- f XIIKIUIU iviitHv.
Make Liberal Advances.
J. C. PITMAN,
i:d. u. 1.F.WI6
PITMAN & LEWIS,
Always Abreast ol the Times.
Unrivaled Sewing Machines
For FAMILY & MANUFACTURING PURPOSES.
.,,ii ...hin to the ntrt.?!!
h .1,0 n,texteiisiveManufncturlnR facilities, of vne muCnines, until
eminent for their invenUve ability, -''"Wr1"
W. A. t7ART.E.
.H-tit tor tne nionm. . oaiparnt i
those ol the some monta
t year, wc fioJ that whileour ex- j
jmtts have increased about O,0tt0,0lM), j
ih.' itn ports have decreased some S'i,- !
.nHtiiNt. It U jsratifyiDR to know that
instend t.f rotrorading in tin resH?et, j
we livo leeti irotrre-inK still more :
v.iftlv during the lst uionth of ?.o-;
vember. A :i at the foreign ;
.mimeree returns of tho port ot ew
f ir November show the imports I
there to le less than while
,he cxporUcxeedft!iW.tiW; the for
uieraiso stoirin.se a decrease or
..-imt and the latter ou increase of
The Uit usiond Whig has been sold t
by Mr. Shield to Utt M. Elliott & ;
Co., and the piper is to re reorganeu
Col. r.aker 1'. i'e retires
F(OIM AMI MAtHIXE SHOP
t 0.n.nKU(K STBKET.
tiom the . sif am Engines, haw .HU1S,
PLANTER'S PRIZE SCREWS.
TBl'SKS, V.lI.ISKf, KTt'.,
FUAKK1.IH STREET, OPPOSITE COURT HOCBX
Oct. 9, T5-tf.
The first nndsecond tprieof Uie M..
h mitKilll micti, - .
Thft first Company to adart a machine io Ujf ' flJ0!?1-, vVorld and a corps of me-
.e. bV tile mOSielIllvc muuinvu n - .,, i
chanics emlnentor their invenUveabl ni aUed
the Wheeler k Wilson Sewing Machine i justly eaueu
The Host Perfect Machine of the Age!
Competition ha, -ledln the
MOELB'S TA1B, LONDON, 1, FRENCH EXrOSlTlO,, PAPIS, 1SC7,
Li . , And the Urand Diploma of Honor t the
YJESSA EXPOSITION Wh aud at the America- Institute, New fork, '74,
' ' ... ...,.,x,. -warded aSewing Machine by that In-
it received a Gol.l Medal, iuo r -
stitute in many years. .., ,r ln .tndyinc the .wants of those n
Au experience oi ' -7 'v iiaiS COMPAQ 1 w pnwi 1
ing Machine which at once took the front 1 ranK ,n hines combine all the qualities c,
rapidly supersellua all other machines. rhee ao
lobs "ought by Mauu'acturers in
,'fi-oni the flit ot
ants of those nslnn ma-
nd is now
V, l0 vr i"naeo1 ' "r
i-t rear New Vork tloos nUut tiG
r cent.' of tbe business of c eo ntry
JtCriCll- V' j a I" Milt 111
! " Wh it s fellow to do. Doctor, j
when he's in company and has nothing j
to say?"' "lie should sit quietly, re-
! plied the Doctor. i
1 .a. j
Jt is said there are more lies told iu t
the sentence, lam clad to gee yoa, than j
in any other six words iu the hnglish j
Machinery Krpslred at Short Notice.
Call and s.ee our
KTEAtt jet rrsip,
and throw away your cold walor Piiinpf
no more use for thcui wh a you can do
beUei W H ITKIELD. BATKS 4 CO.
Ana. 31. '7M
III liui-" ' V , ...... j .. ,
.. . . n V Merrill.
-A mitrnalist tJ! Louisviiio, liaa
y,ra "JlfSrif clirpcof the Grccn
1 11 e ? Ai 1 1 Ln t i oel. and 1ms opened
-,voou 1 '--'. t ;tjitorv.
llarriaic is Fpoken of as the ?ate
tl.rr.nph which tie happy lover letves
formerly a law- hi enchanted visions and returts to
Viee-l'resideot's ,tVii''h";- esUlc is
Rl'Fl'S N. RHODES,
s:licitos in chancssy,
OKFICK uN STrt.WBF.nnV ALJ.KV
4t''. "', lv7'-' f-
; t ,l strnrh of Seam, .laaiiiuuuoj iu
" wider range of work than any other
ti,. t!nn,t la ind bv the Industrial Ex
hibition CoM are a copy of the European
The Bonds are a afe investment.
PEOPLE OF SMALL MKANS
hctterlnveatraent. No chance
of loss. A fortune may be aoqnired.
An nwomhrr f.th--0n Jaaaary 3rd.
vr u -- - - -
, ,oo orhv (vrtlffWl Check, or Ex
press, or l'otal Order, or Draft, or enclose
Greenbacks ln a registered letter to. and
made pay able to the Industrial Exhibition
Th. r.,nrt mlsed bv gale of these Bonds
will be applied to Ihe erection of a
TOcli 3?er7 Aaericaa will
The Industrial Exhibition Isa leKltlmaU
enterprlse.chHiteretlbytheSUta of ew
Its Directors are the best citizens of New
It has had seven drawings since July 187,
and paid out ln principal ami uiww.
Anv one obtain in it a premium, the. com
pany pledge iuu'.f i:qt to wake public.
This enu.ipiiw is wmply .Vw form of
bond i In no sense is U to bo recognized as
"Tberefare no blanks. Ee sure and pur
5 will buy a Fracti;.n for Dec. 6th, 1S7..
i . juarlerH4indforJan,.ra,l'vn.
?0 half llond "
' i"0 " whole llond , "
All are exchanneable Intoclty lots, in the
suburbs of w York City.
rich lloud-holder is regarded as an hon-
m li lurlnMtriul Kx. bi-
"ion Co., snd is welcome at the Parlors of
thet.o. ro. ia '
ah mnnloatlons and remittances to
be made to the Industrial Exhiblton jlo
12 East 17th Kt., bet. 5th Ave., and Broad-
"V'J'Xt -iv.n. the Bond-
hol-lers of the 'fndustr.al Ex WbUlon Co
fulland oompleia lnforinalioi. as to the
c . . i ... ..u . v mutt a complete
list of the drawings, an illus-raied Jonr
nl w ill be publhbed. viz :
The Industrial Kihloitlcn IIlos
. t rated.
au,,il,in Cue Dollar Per Year.
A.ny . iTpiruiim of one
. Attorneys at Luay,
JLARKSVILLE,- - - - TENN.
Will practice la tne Courts ot Moutgom-
ii adjoining counties.
Jan. 23, 187-S-Iy
Per Dv at home. Terms
free. Address . StihsoS
Co., Eortland, Maine.
J. H. PETTCS.
W. P. UASBACtH
J. H. PETTUS & CO.
Wholesale od Retail Dealers In
ill 1 liiilllli.l IU
At the old stand ot Peltas Ero
Now Providence, Tenn.
DXX. II. E. DI3ACII
Jcu." So. iiTirtf j r
w o Jt n
Prnrapllr Kf f utfd.
Those ln need of a Sewing Machine for any purpose should examine
The New WHEELER WIX.SON .
THE MOST LIBEEAL TERXS TO AUESTS AHD Pl'BCHlSEBS.
Trincipn OfUce, o J tunc-It tr e -
A . ' ' o-.?AO
E. GLJCK, A pent, ClarksTiUe, tcpp v.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice ln the courts of Montgora
ry anu amoining rouuut.
wOh'ilx will tw K'en a l'rei
With .,.... ,,, 57
fraction or ;. ""'i 1" hoi-
a ti Bono taoiuuui """"-
Indnntrlal Eihibltion Illustrated,
12 East 17th Street, New York City.
$60 Will PnrcliaselS Fractions
Nov. 13. 1875-tiU Jan. 1, 1870.
H"MFHRy. . B. I. JOHJHIOX.
attorneys t L.-v,
Will regularly attend the rourU of Blew- hn
?ri HSln aad Mo.ititome.y rountlet b.
3 I V?
IWfs rri rooATrn
FREE FROM BED BUSS
Has savsaty-rwo spiral staet
pring, Is very light and asily
handled, mnd. far superior to any
otherepringanowin uae coating
be hippMt to any part of tb
country a tmall expense. Mono
genuine except ampl wittx
our trade-mark;, "The F. 1
S8.80." Send for deacrlptivo
Ko. 7j Fourth Street, Louisville. Ky.
Have in store a hill line ol
consist I nit el
Farm liell Pumps
and fiill line of
of all kinds.
Horse ami Mule Shoes 6c Xails
Wa?;on and Uugjry Spokes,
Hubs and Felloe.
Files and Packing,
tv jhiiwmIaI1t cari the attention of far
mers to the bear. Wiit Brill in market,
BUCKEYE FORCE FEED
which has the best force feed of any Prill
now made-so arranged lhi the l",l'J,
of rrain can bechauueilwitho.it etianjia
gar. It is strong simple, ellect v and
cheap. Onr stoclt of the eeltbratea
Excelsior Steel Plow
will be keut bp all sines Irom one to four
horse-with allaihinenw lor large Plowa.
ROLLOUT'S STEEL rLO W.
at his prices, will be su.flled to our co
Clarksville Cast Plows,
Easrle Wing Plows,
Points and Ears,
Alway on lanl.
IROX BEAM DOIBLE SHOVELS.
Weak everybody to call ami atwusand
prlee onr ood. feelhii snre we can satisfy
them, butu In goodaaiW., JM-tres.
We have moved inW our w Hn
Rixn in the EUU hlock.
lOX fc SMITH.
August 21. 1373-tf.
Hovlngqoatiaed o Admlnlstratorof the
i-Ktnteof Neil t'aiteit, detad, and also
having huitesld tiie lusoiveney of his
nto.. noiii-o Is r.etvby given u tluuta
100,000 Pounds Wed
alid the supreme Court at .Nashville.
Jin. 10. "7 lf-
ow'nz said estate to inMka Immediate py t
ment to me, aitd tbe having c!aiins ;
!Klnst tlie same am injuurn ...
same wlta fv;r 4inel. Clerk of Cant y
eourt-withln n.e time pri-scrld by Uw,
for pro rt aisiriDUHoo.o nr
toil H. TANDY, AdmV. .
Pre. t lW
Korwhl.-h the best market pries II b
natrt In rah or KzcliariKe. t "f 'J.
wool Winer for sale, rxchanae or be
es riled and delivertt l-arks.vh free
of ehargve. Messrs Waiter X? tU'i
urn our authorised Bt reeeil' ot
Wool, en and Uotlveiy ot gotxJs.
We will keeo -ndted with Me-rs. Waf
ter ffl Z Ti full lgfJX
onn,is tut w make "
yor setUon and have the govd. delivrr.
f(ill FEWER I (ft.
Blanks of suij ficscrip
July 17, lS75-m.
Vp vfitli a t1