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J. A. GRANT, Lord JUHor. Ram or Aovwrruniio. On f ID LIMM. ' . ' Dollar perse, a rt Single Copies of the Chronicle, Tei Cents. CLABK8VILLE,, MARCH 1, 1S66. T AdvertUert.AIl advertisements to be Inserted lathe Chronicle for !cm time than lx (tenths, mutt be paid for when bended in. . QuA new rUno T cowl for salt at the Poet Office, tf QciKTinLT HitTWoa. On to-morrow and nest day, Rer. J. B.West, will bold Quarterly meeting t Salem Church, on the South tide of Cumber land, and on the 24th and 25th init at the lietho dtit Church In tbU city. Due 8cm.iMiirr. We are again compelled to issue a supplement, and a much larger one than rer before, In which will be found an lmuortant city ordinance, a letter from General Forrest, other uotwmvwu wniwr, huu ur Gumma w marcr tlMmenU, local and foreign, all of which will re pay a careful perusal. ,. " ' Thing bare been distressing r dull in the local line, thii week. Item are ai ecare sa honest thought! In old Thed. Steven' breast. Should anything of sufficient Importance transpire, before our next ueue, we win lay it oerore oar reader in a horn I 191. We are under obligation to B. M. Turn bull A Co, Cotton and Tobacco Factors, New Or leant, for a late report of the market In that city. SsT By the resignation of many ConserTatlre member, the Legislature I left without a quorum, ana can take no legal sctlon. ,' rf "... f : t t i ' i i ; Rvival. Rev. Robt. 8. Hunter, pastor of the Methodist Church, in thi city, ba a rery Interes ting revival going on In hi Church. Several bare joined the Church, and a goodly number wercat the anxiou seat last night There U a fine pros pect for an extensive revival in bis congregation Eoowtrtrr! By buying coal oil at the Drag Store of Lurton Bro. Co, yon will save 30 cents per gallon. - l ney are selling tne Tory beet at one dol ler. Try It. , It. S6T The following order was Issued by Major General Thomas, at Nashville, on the 24th of Feb ruary : ' I . 1 '..'!. . "AU restrictions heretofore Imposed on the sale of arm and ammunition, within the Military Di vision of the Tennessee, are hereby, revoked. ' By eommand of Major Gen. Thomas. R. W. JOHNSON, . Bvt. Brig. Gen. U.S. A, P. M. G. . Read the advertisement of the Insurance companies, in our column. The Home Insurance, New York, with a capital of $2,000,000; the Hartford Fire Insurance, with a capital of $1,000,. 000 and the Arctic Fire Insurance, New York, with a capital of $800,000. These are all reliable Companies, snd in Mr. D. N. Kennedy, they have most reliable agent in thi place. Til ElxctioN. The election of County officer comet off to-morrow, and the high character of our people gives all the assurance we can ask, that it will pass off with all the order and decorum that should be observed on tnch occasions. - - Tsums. Croseman A Chest out have just re ceived ome addition to their stock of Groceries, a part of which consist of a choice lot of cheese, for a specimen of which we return the combined tbeuks of the office. Ekblirh and Classical School.-See the .card of Prof. L. G. Marshall, who will open a School in thi place, on Monday next, in the room formerly occupied by Dr. Ring. During bis connection with the College here, Mr. Marshall established a repu tation for learning which none will question, and ns a gentleman, no one stands higher. With these intellectual and moral qualifications, backed by a happy facility for Imparting knowledge, no man can present higher claims to public patronage. Mr. Marshall proposes to make his School a permanent institution, and we hope the support given him will enable him to carry out thi intention. A Good Movs in thi Riosrr Dirsction. We wish to call especial attention to an ordinance which we publish In our supplement to-day, the aim and object of which should meet the hearty approval of every citisen and. elicit a ready and willing compliance with its provisions. We would not havs the people, at borne or abroad, take the promulgation of this ordinance as Implying any increase, at present in the number of cases of Small-pox in the city. On the contrary, it is abate ing; and this step is taken for the purpose of clean ing it out entirely and preventing tbe disease at any future time. This can only be done by a heurty co-operation with tbe city authorities, who ax doing all in their power to effect this much de sires; eua. tjs9 Mr. T. W. Nsal, editor and proprietor of lb Dyeraburg (Teun.l Uatelte, paid us a flying visit on Tuesday evening last Mr. Meal bat been interested in tbe publication of quite a number of papers, among which were tbe Warren (Ark.) Sun oian, Memphis Bulletin and Nashville Jeii. His experience in th newspaper line is extensive and varied, and he will no doubt give the people of toat section a real live paper. tsST R. B. Tarpley, painter, baa bought out the interest of his partner, J. W. Furkin, and will continue the business, having secured the service of hi former partner. AU who want painting done, can art specimens of. the skill of these par ties in tbe handsome front of Courts A Beaumont and sundry others ou Franklin street and the Square. Mr. Tarply can, and will, give entire sat ieCsctioa to all who may require hi service. .Our friend and fellow-typo, Tom. B. Rey- nolds, who followed th Memphis Appeal in its migr.tions until it was shelled out of Atlanta, bas revived the Athens (Ala.) fat Tom, is a clever Rentleman (what there i left of him about 100 ., ''fitln' weight'), A No. 1 printer, and deserves success in bis new enterprise. By the way, Tom, do you ever go to the theatre on Saturday nights now? Fcblio LscTrB. By invitation of the Creman thlan Debating Society, Dr. Wrioht will deliver a Lector at Fowler's Hall, on Thursday evening the 8th Inst The Doctor's subject will be, "Tbe Lat ter days of tbe Roman Republic." It is hoped that so praiseworthy an enterprise, as IViblic Lec tures for the benefit of tbe Library of the Creman. tbian Association, will meet with tbe approbation of all our cltiicns. Tbe subject alone, is one of sufficient interest to ent'tle the Doctor to a large audience. Tbe attendance of the ladies Is especial ly solicited by tbe Society. Admission 25 cents. Good music will be In attendance. Tan Dsvil Next to th Freedmen'l Bureau, the latest and greatest excitement In Kentucky is th Veil, He it there, beyuid a doubt, for we Lav read the published certificates of several re- ptclabl citizens of Bracken county, solemnly avowing that they have seen the veritable Ancient Henry himself no spurious imitation bearing ths genuine proprietors' trade-mark but the very dev il, bead, horns, tail, cloven-foot aud all; end tome hare even iinulled the sulphurous preparation with which hi Satanic Majesty it tuppoted to "lie bit bar." W do not doubt the itory we believ the "Old Boy" ha been In Kentucky for several years, and will' have to remain several yean longer if be iutendt to settle up and get all that it justly due him. (J tempora, U Kentucky, U Uu l (. People' Store .Having sold my entire stock to mx brother, A. Kino, I ask continuance of tbe favors shown to me. Cash paid for hidet, rags, dried fruit, furs, Ac, Feb. 23, '6ft-3 1 A KING Agent. A Timilt Wsna. For several week part oar exchanges have been replete with the accounts of extensive and ruinous conflagration. Scarcely a city of aay note In the Untoa ha escaped the ravage of the devouring element, and the lost of life and property ha been appalling In the extreme. Reading these account ha frequently led us to ask the question : "What woold become of Clnrks ville were a fire to break ont In the business por tion of the cityT" and the answer can be none other than "utter ruin P We respectfully nrge the proper authorities to look into this matter. The city owns a splendid engine, bet It is entirely use lees for want of repair, the cost of which would be but trifling. With a small outlay of moner. aad the proper exertions, the engine migSt be pat in'good working order, an efficient ffre company organized, snd a system Inaugurated which would, to a great extent, prevent even the probability of any extensive conflagration even were a Are ot break ont ' " I Rivm Nswn The River continue to decline with 10 feet on Harpeth Shoal. Forty six boats have pasted our city, going np, during th month of February, 111 of which were heavily laden. Th ahlpment of Tobacco for the past week, have been larger than for any previous week of the season. Trice' Landing keep the lead by several boasbeads. Parties wishing to make shipments Urf freights or to travel on good boats, would de- well to consult our advertising column. First Tobacco Sales at Bed Blver Landing. . - Ran Rivm Landing, Tennessee, March 1, 1866. Sales by Smith k Tcrnlit, of IT Hogsheads Tobacco, at the following prices s - $22 00, 18 40, 18 00,. IT 60, IT 30, 16 50, 16 SO,' 16 00, 11 CO, 13 00, 8 00, T 25, T 10, 6 50, 5 BO, 5 00, and one t $4 B0. Rejections on 1 Hhds. at $22 00, and 1 at $8 00. TOBACCO SALES. ' Trici Lanpino, Feb. 28, 1866. Sale by Richards, Crenshaw k Co., of 42 Hhds. Tobacco, with rejections only on 4 Hhds t 1 at $4 25, 2 at S 00, 1 at 8 B0, 1 at 5 25, 3 6 00, 1 at 6 25, 1 at 5 T5, at 6 60, 1 at 6 T5, 1 at T BO, Lat 8 23, 1 at 0 00, 1 at 0 60, 1 at 10 00, 2 at 13 25, 1 at 13 00, 1 at 13 50, 2 at 14 60, 1 at 15 00, 1 at 16 25, 1 at 16 50, 1 at 16 75, 1 at IT 00, 1 at IT T5, 1 at 18 00, 3 at 18 15, 1 at 19 00, 1 at 19 26, 1 at 19 T5, 3 at 21 00, and 1 at $22 00, per hundred pound. Tobacco JSxchanusj Rooms. Sales by McClure k Court or? the 24tb ult, of 21 hhds, at the fol lowing prices: $20 25, 18 76, 18 25, 18 00, IT 75, IT 00, IT 00, 16 00, 15 T5, 15 T5, 13- 60, 13 00, 12 50, 12 00, 11 60, 11 50, 8 25. 5 60, 5 06, and one bhd. trash at $4 25. Great Reduction in Prices of Boggle, E. S. BRINGHURST CO., have greatly re duced tho prices of their Carriages and Buggies. Tber sar they hare facilities for underselling any city South of the Ohio River and are determined to do it, sod all tber ask or tneir rrtanas, is to give them a call before purchasing elsewhere. All mark warranted as repretented. 6FWare Rooms over E. Wlthcr's Furniture Store, Franklin street. ' Feb. 1666-3 To tbe Voters of Montgomery onnty. I would respectfully inform the Voters of Mont gomery, that I am still a candidate for Sheriff; owing to the duties of mv office as constable, I havs been unable to canvass the county and see my friends, as I have desired. 1 ask your support, and pledging myself to fulfill all duties, in case I am elected, and will be as grateful for your votes, as if I had thook hand with every man in the county fcb. 16.-3W R. H. OGBURN. CANDIDATES DEPARTMENT. Announcing Candidate five Dollar, and payment required IN ADVANCE. For Sheriff. W are antlioriicd lo announce THOS. RAMEY, as a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery county, Election to take place in March next Nov. 3, '65-te Wt are authorized to announce CIIAULES M STUART, as a candidate for Sheriff cf Mont gomery county. Election to take place in March next I .Nov. 3, 65-te Wl are authorized to announce P1CHARD H OGBURN.af a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery county, election to take place in in Jlarcli next Nov. 3, 65-te Ws are authorized to announce BERRY LYLE a a candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff at the March election. fJan. 5, '66-tc' t&f We are authori.ed to announce A. S. WOOD, of Woodlawn, as a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery Couuiy, at the ensuing March elec tion, l'eb. 2, on us For County Trustee. , Wi are authorised to announce CHARLES P. MOOttE as a candidate for County(Trustee, at the enming narcn election. iyan. i.-i For Revenue Collector. Y are authorized to announce JAMES M, TROTTKIl as a candidate for re election to the of fice of Revenue Collector. Election First Saturday in March next. Jan. a, 66-te Wr are authorized to announce RICHARD ROBERTS as a candidate for Revenue Collector, at tbe ensuing March election. Jan. 12-te We are authorized to announco Rev. S. BARBEE as a candidate for Revenue Collector of this county, at the March election. TJun 19-te Wr are authorized to announce K. WOOD BLACK WELL as a candidate for the office of Rev enue Collector, at the March election. Feb 9 V are authorized to announce JOS. T. FLETCHER a a candidate for the office of Here nue Collector of Montgomery county, at the March election. f I'eb. 9, '68-te tOF We are authorized to announce 1'ETER P, NEBLETT, as a candidate fur tho office of Reve nue Collector, of Montgomery county, at the next March election. Feb. 16, '66-3. For Count j Judge. Ws are authorized to announce L. MINO BENTLEY as a candidate for Judge of the County Court, or Montgomery L-ouuty, at the ensuing March election. . Jan 19-te To the dtiunt of Montgomery County: By Section 824 of tbe code of Tennessee, an elec tion for County Judge of said county Is to be made ou the First Saturday in March, 1866. I am a candidate for that office and ask your support. Jan. 19, 66-te T. VY. Rl.VU WI1EELER & WILSON'S IMPROVED SEWINQ MACHINES JUST RECEIVED A NEW 8TOCK OF THOSE beautiful Machines, which are sold at manufac turers price. Tbe qualities which recommend it Bonuty and excellence of ttlch, alike on both tidi-t; strength, firm nee and durability of team that will not ravel, and more beautiful than any other stitch. And bat these advantages: that it requires one third lees cotton than oilier stitches, fcvery Machine warranted and full instructions given with each one purchased. We furnish com. plote printed directions. All persons st distance can sunn learn to operate them. Also prepared to Uepair or Imnrove mschines at snon nonce. Tbe ladies are especially Invited to call and ex amine tueai. uaJTUIJice In Muttt.l t liro t store. r ranKiin nireci. Feb. ifl, '66-4t w. F. U00D, Agent. $50 REWARD! 1W1LL GIVE THE ABOVE REWARD FOR tbe delivery of a Pocket-Book, mhiib I lost on the Dover road two weeks si oca. " It roiitaiccd-tome Two Hundred aad Klgbly Dollars, and slot of valuable eit. If the tiuder U not disputed to return the money, I will thank biiu to leave tbe book aud papers where I ran get them, Feb 16, 6 2t B. H. 06BI RX. COULTER & IIILLMAN ARE NOW DOING BUSINESS IN THE HOCSB .LATELY . OCCUPIED BY JAR. R.H.WILLIAMS, (Formerly the store room of Macs! A Cocxrsa.) Sign of the "Big Shoe." LADIES Who Intend to get New Dresses are invited to ex amine those new andbeautlful AT COULTER & HILLMAN'S. GENTLEMEN, Do you want a FINE BLACK SUIT? Do you want a BUSINESS SUIT ? Do you want a COAT, VEST or PANTS? Don't fail to examine our Black French Cloths and Cassimcrcs, Fancy Cassimeres, good for Suit and Vesting. IF YOU WANT Heady-Made CLOTHING, Price ours before you buy. COULTER A IIILLMAN. 1 N RETIRING FROM BUSINESS I CHEER- ftilly recommend to my friends, my successors, Messrs. C0UTEB 1 MLLMAN. They are re liable gentlemen, good Merchant, and I reel as sured will do their utmost to please you, and make it to your interest to trade with tbem. Mr. R. II. PicKiaiNO remiiia in the bouse. Very Respectfully, B. n. WILLIAMS. TO MI FRIENDS. Mr, William having sold bis stock to Messrs. COULTER A IIILLMAN, I will remain with tbem, and trust you will do mo tb favor to con tinue trading with me. Our Stock of Ooodt it un surpassed, and you shall have rour goodt cheaper than ever. Very respectfully, S. U. PICKKBIXG. Clarktvilte, Tenn Jan. 6, ' DRESS GOODS DBVOU & OO.i Wholesale Dealers In MILLINERY GOODS! CLOKS snd TRIMMINGS, Alto, manufacturers of (louki and Mantilla, W and 63 Pearl-st., (ur STtiH,) CINCINNATI, O. Teb. JS, '66 2m B. O. KEESEE, DEALER IN H A R DAY A R E, CUTLERY, Queensware, Glassw are, Etc . Franklin Street, ' ' i : CLARES VILLI!, TENNESSEE. WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE M cltlxen of Clarktville and tbe surrounding country, thst he bas in store a larga assortment of goods, which is not exceliea, in point oi variety and quality, by any bouse in this city, consisting in psn oi LOWS, HOES, CEMENT, CLOVER SEED, , GRINDSTONES, . Iron snd Wooden Pump " ' Curbs, Pump Caain and Tubing, Patent Cross-Cut ., 8aws, Hunt's Lippincot s, Simmon's, Leonard's and - LMannTbrtnd of Axes,' Horse and Mule Collars, Hemes, Trace, Log, Fifth, Breast and- Stretcher Chain, Horse snd Muls Shots, and Horss Shoe Nail. Complete itock of Blacksmiths'. Carpenters' and Coopers' Tools. Alio, a good assortment of Single and Double- Bar rcled SHUT UUI3, loil s, Cooper's, and Smith A Wesson KEf KATKKH. Iron A xle-Tree, Bnggy Carriage Sprinirs, Wagon and Bug;y Wheels, Hubs and Spokes, and Felloes, Plow-Handles, ac, c. Enameled and Patent Leather, names and Fpper Leather, Kip and Calf Skins. Largest itock of Sbeart, Scissors, Pocket and Ta ble Cutlery in the city. Also, a nice assortment . of TABLE CASTORS, And nearly every article in tbe Queensware and , Glassware line that can be called for, including a fine lot of Looking-Glasses. Merchants'and dealers generally, when visiting the cltv. are respectfully solicited to call and ex amine my stock before making their purchases, at I feel confident 1 can tatitiy tnem coin in goous and prices. SI. W. KEibStir., Wii. J. Ely, W. P.o.,Mman Kkksec, J. D. Nsolxtt. Salesmen. Feb. 16, '66-tf -,. '-t . ' "t ' OD o 3 FREEDMEN'S BUREAU. fTHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN AP- L pointed Superintendent for the county of MontEomery. Slate of Tennessee, of tb Burets Kreedmen and Abandoned tauds. will be found at bis oflice. Branch Bank of Tennessee, west side public square. Office hours, from 10 o'clock, a, m until 3 o'clock, f. m. .. JUSUIA UUUH, I, Feb. 2-tf juperioteudent R. F. A A. L. Clarksvllle Female Academj, TROPSAL8 FOR LETTING TUB CLARKS- 1 ville Female Academy, for a term of years, will be received until FIRST OF APRIL NEXT. Tbe buildings will accommodate three hundred young ladles, and are umiirpased by any In the Slate. Tbe location for health and the community cannot be excelled. It is situated on th Cumberland river and on the line 01 th M., O. k L. R. R. Several thousand dollar will be required to put tbe building in repair, which mast be advanced by tbe iMtrtira leasing tb (am. Very liberal terms will be given. Address DR. J. COBB. President of Board of Trutttees, Clarksvllle, Ttnn Nashville I'niou aad Ameircsn and Louisville Courier copy (30 and tend bill to Dr. J. Cobb. Ftb. IS, r6 H 1' o i i g o g p-3 s s g I p 's -a m q I m 1 11 i I I g S Q f i P ea g i p 00 CRUSMAfJ & CIIESNUT. 11",' ..A f s, PRICE LIST! For Cash Only ! Brown Sugar, 15 to 18 1-2 .10 Coffee Sugar, Crashed, Powdered, Granula ted, "Slandered," n l-s Molasses, 90 to $130 .' $1 50 .v SI to 33 55 82 l-a st l-a Sirup , . Bio Coffee, - Java Coffee, Star Candles, short weight, Star Candles, full weight, Tallow Candles, Coal Oil, Great Western, retail, j 19 11 so ." 1 00 ia l-a $8 00 $10 50 til 50 Coal OU, No. a, retail SoAPf Pftlnif Flour, Saperffne, per bbl Flour, Ixtra Family, per bbl., Floor, Excelsior Mills, per bbl, Flour, Penn.Buelt Wheat, per b. twa On sales, at retail, over tb counter, a SLIGHT ADVANCK, Ha. To Merchants, LIBERAL DISCOUNTS ALLOWED. (ea Ws deliver onr goods, FREE OF CHARGE, to tbe Depot, W bsrf, snd all parts of the city. CLOVER SEED, ., TIMOTHY SEED, BLUE GRASS 8EED, HERDS GRASS SEED, HYDRAULIC CEMENT, PLOWS, SUGAR CURED HAMS, BEEP TONGUES, DRIED BEEF, PICKLED BEEF". , WESTERN RESERVE BUTTER, NEW YORK STATE CHEESE, . NEW YORK FACTORY CHEESE, NUT MEG CHEESE. ENGLISH CRACKNELL BISCUIT, SUGAR CRACKERS, LEMON CRACKERS, BUTTKR CRACKERS. COVE OYSTERS, SARDINES, PICKLES, HOIMNY, ' ( - BUCK WHEAT FLOUR, ete. CRUSMAN & CHESNUT, FRANKLIN STREET, f HRKSVILLK, 1 1 n 1 1 TENNESSEE. ' Jul 19, ' let ROACH U VSILLIS, ') ' WUOLESAtfi AND RETAIL ' 1 ' v v. ? a 7 1 K-MCCIEIK! Franklin Strivt, near th' Square, , , CLAttKSVILLE.TK.NX. ., .. ,., . HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE" LARGEST itock of Groceries opened in thi city since the war. W are prepared to sell goods ss CHEAP as they can be bought in Louisville, and very nearly a low as they can be bad in Baltimore. W e are working pro bono publico, and only with to make a comfortable support for ourselves and families; and, if piasible, do something for 81 M KUUKKS ana BANur U1UK, woo are with us ready to wait on our customers. We havs on band a large supply of SUGAR, ' 1 COFFEE, , SALT, 1 ' COAL . OIL, Whiskey, Meal, Brand, And every article needed by Farmer and House keepers. In a word, ws hare everything from a Water-Bucket to a Hogshead of 8ugar and at price within the rtouU of alL ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL. . ROACfH & WILLIS. irtWe will deliver goods anywhere in tbe city, FREE OF CHARGE. Jan 26, '66-tf , REMOVAL! REMOVAL ! 1' . ,' V f. - , . "Mlf f '' ; :.' t. !,.:n;,'' f jl.r.i I HAVE MOVED MY STOCK OF DEY GOODS, To BroadduB' Old Stand, WHERE I WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE MY Old Frierids and Customers, AND AS MANY NEW ONES AS WISH TO BUY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS SHOES. HATS, &c, X)f Good Quality, at Short Profits I AM NOW SELLING Prints,.- -25 Cts. BEAVY 4-4 BROWN . -T Domestics, 35 Cts. AND ALL OTHER GOODS AT Lowest Market Pries! Termo C A S H ! ' A. L. WHITAKER. Clarksvllle, Taont, Dec. 2S, '65.-tf ' ' ' TO THE PUBLIC, WE ARB RECEIVING, DAILY, GOODS OF tbe Latest Style, which w offer at tbe low est rate, having bought heavily during the RECENT DECLINE of all classes of Goods, in tb NEW YORK MARKET. Our stock consist of EMPRESS CLOTH.CLOAKINO POPLINS, , CLOTH and SILKS, ALPACAS, BALMOBAL . FRENCH PL AIPS.SHIRTS and MERINOS, IIOISERY, DELAINES, PRINTS, and DOMESTICS. LATEST STYLES OF - Cloaks, Basques and Saques, SHAWLS AND SCARFS, floods, Sontags and Nubias, Flannels and Linsey. Empress Collars, Laoe IlanJkercbiof, rJleeves, Ladioa' Ties, Perfume ries, u loves, and Notions TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION Alio, tha most complete stock of reedy-made Uea and Boy' C L OTHINGI Hals, Boot, and Shoe. A we have a constant BUYER of last and judgment, in the city ol New York, we are able to COMPETE with any bouse In CINCINNATI or LOUISVILLE, In quality and fashionable ttyls ot of Goods, as well as cheapness of prion. Givs ut a call before purchasing elsewhere, and you will receive every attention and accommoda tion we are capable of giving. W are buying feather, Olnsentr, Beetwai, Dried Fruit, etc- for which tbs bisiiest market pries will be paid, either In EXCHAUB tut Good or v Ana. BLOCH BRO'S. Nov 116 tt L I IS DR. JOHN BULL'S, " ; ,.' . HU.J ?.t COMPOUND CEDROIM BITTERS The latest and most Important dUcOTerj . vi iuo ivin veniarf . N O tfisin'aY nima ( mnra IntlmaTti? snmj4A with tb history of Materia Medics of the United 8utea, or mors favorably known as a pio-' neer In medical discovery, than that of "" DR. .JOHN BULL, . of Louisville, Kj. His inimitable nrenaratlnn nf RAnAPARir.. LA. has lonir Stnnt m thu hnaA n( th nrlmij compounds of that valuable drug. nil COMPOUND OIF WIT.n nRRRRT tu k. oouie a household word throughout tha Wwi mil - South. . . Hi WOUM LOZRNOICS In k than . iAm tpread at tho continent of America. But tbe crownlna elorr of his life remains to bs attained In bis discovery, or rather combina tion, for he doe not claim to be the discoverer of CEDRON, which is tbs basis of the Bitten now offered1 to the public That honor belongs to the native In habitant of Central Aaerlca, to whom It virtues hare been known for more than two hundred year. - Armed with it, the Indian bid defiance to the most deadly malaria, and handle without fear the most venomous serpents. It is a belief with them that while there is breath left in tbe body tbe Cedron is potent to core, no matter what the dis ease may be. While Dr. Bull Is not prepared lo endorse this extravagant pretension, he is nevertheless satisfied from a thorough examination of tbe evidence rela ting to its virtues, that as a remedy and preventive from alt diseases arising from expos lire, either to coanges or weamer ana climate, or to tne mias mauc innuence, II lianas WITHOUT A BIVAL, '''! and lust! V dsserves the wnnU.t!nn tt hu a lnn aa. jcyed In Central America and tbs West Indies. . ...i '; IH. DSPEPSIA. And iU attendant train of tymptoms, it acts mora like a charm than a medicine. There I nothing in me rang oi Materia Meaica,Uat can Tor a moment bear a comparison with It in this disease. A full account of this wonderful nlant mav ba found in the 11th edition of the U. S. Dispensate- tj, on pages lav I ana 1388. . ? A series of experiments in which Dr. Boll has been for years engaged, bas just been broueht to a ' tucccestful termination, and he is now enable to of fer to tbe public m combination of Cedron with other approved tonics, tbe whole preserved in the Dest quality or ropper-diitilled Bourbon whisky which he is confident has no equal in the world. lie might furnish a volume of certificates, bnt tha public have long since learned to estimate such things at their true value. Tbe safest plan la for every one to test for -himself tbs virtues of a new medicine. i v .'....' VS. . OIVB THE CEDHON BITTERS . --,'.. ,. .1 .... One trial and you will never use any others. ; V It is not necessary to publish a long list of dis- in wnicn uie uearoa Bitters are aspecifle. h . In all disease of th Stomach, Bowels, Liver or Kid neys, " . -w In all affection of tbe Brain, depending upon df rancment of tka Stomach an aweli, ' i ' . i ' I, i , ! ' ' . llt . " . . ' fiOUT, BHEUMATISM and KKtBlUU, And in . FEVER AND AGUE, . . 1(1. UnilUVU W HlllCIWil Ml u.tivia. bHO( VUiT cure these disease but preventstbem. A wine glass full of tbe Bitters taken an hour before each meal, will obviate the tll'wt of th mutt unhealthy climate, and screen th person ta king it against diseaset under the moat trying ss poture. ICS"" Sold by Drvggitt and Groeeri generally. tir Dr. JOHN BI LL'S, Principle Office, , . Fifth Street, LOUISVILLE, K7. SOLD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BI FlXLEY & STEWART, ' .. 7 , .Clarksvllle, Tena., Who also tellt ' ' BULL'S WORM DESTROYER, BULL'S 8 AR3APA RILLA and' ' """ :" IMITH'S T0IIC STIFF. ' Mtawasissj I 4 riwiKT t mwur. asg. 4. V-ly DruggtsUk