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MATTILL & WILLIAHS,
fLABKSYIlLE, - - - TLXXE8SF.E.
Particular Attention: Given to
the Purchase Buff Sale
FRESH ARKITll Or "
r ltO CERIES,
Consisting as Follow t
lUram, Chw-so, Sugars, Flour, Coffee, Muck
ercl, Oysters, Herring, Crackers, Can ,
(lira, Brooms, Burnets, Washboards,
Tulu, Starch, Spicea, Ginger,
Indigo, Mnddcr, Molasses,
fynips, Holt, Kield
SecJs, Nails, ' '
Which wo propose; to sell at the lowest Mar
ifATTlLL k WILLIAMS.
Call at.d see ns, and we will give yon the
trunk of jour money, as we iuteud to help
build an tlis Grocery trade as it was before
tlio war, if iuduatry and close application to
business will accomplish turn cud.
All Goods Musi be mid In Cash on
delivery of the Goods.
W trill keep no linoki mi roots nt tkktttl
All Oooils will be delivered free of charges
within the limits of I lie corporation.
Of emy Kind nnd Variety at Manu
facturers' Price with Freight
IMeld mill Garden Need
Of erery kind.
M. Ac AV.
No.t. I, 2807 1 jr.
Tive Bols. Cider Vinegar.
" Wine "
Sell chonp to close consignment.
TUOMAS, NEBLETT k CO.
WE are now receiving every few days,
good Duller, llama, dried Beef Tongues,
Breakfast Bacon and Cheese. For sale cheap.
"W10MAS, NEBLETT k CO.
CIIOICE FAMILY FLOIR.
rtarksviile City Mills' Flour.
Excelsior (New York) "
Potomac " ' ,
At market prices (delivered).
THOMAS, N EBLETT Jt CO.
5 bbU. Lurd, alto Lard iu Stands and in
f)imntitie9 to suit.
( 'nndlci in J, I and Whole Boxes,
THOMAS, NEBLETT Jc CO.,
Oysters and Fish.
A good supply ot Cove Oysters.
Mackerel No. 1, 2 ami 3 in Kits.
" in half nnd Whole Hbl?.
Pickerel and White I'Hi. Sardine'.
THOMAS, NEBLETT & CO.,
( 'up, Nolo aud 1clter I'nper,
Legal Cup nnd Uecord l'flcr.
Envelopes (assorted). Will bell cheap to
THOMAS, NEBLETT A CO
a fresu si mr OF
(uiim. CnrTw, Chewing Tobacco, Scotch
.Sniitf, Starch Wrapping I'nier, Eaglo
Syrup, Buckets, flrooins, lllnrking,
Nails, Ten, .Shot, Mustard,
Cheese, Mutches, Patent
(.'bin ui, Soup, liope,
lied Cards, kc.
Trudo of Merchants and I-'aiiiilicj Solicited.
THOMAS, XKULETT & CO.,
Public Square, C'lurkjville, Tenn.
In Chancerr at Dover.
J. M. Wy.itt f.-. J. S. Roll, Adm'r, et nl.
In this cause, it appeuriii to the satisfac
tion of the Clerk and Master, from the state
ment in the bill of i-oiupluint, that George
Hejirote and Snllie Degrote, two of the de
teiiiUnls, uro nou-residents of the State of
Teiiiie,.-'w, so that tho ordinary process of law
rnnnot be served Uxin thvni : it is therefore
oi ilmed that publication be made io the
t'lrtrk.ville Ulirouiele, a nrwpaier publi.-hcd
in the city of CUrksvillc, for foor successive
weeks, fur said ann-rrsident dufemhtnts to
appear before the Chancellor en or before the
Thursday after the second Monday of April
next to answer or demur to said bill of com
plaint, or the same will be taken for confessed
anil set foi hearing ex imrte as to them.
CHARLES P. MOOUE.C. k M.
Dover, March 27, '68-4w.
WE Wtiri.l) RESPECTFl'LLY IN
foriu the vilUens of ('larksville and vicinity '
ihut we have secured the services ot a first
rU's Uiker, nnd are prepared to furuish, atj
Bread nnd dikes, of all kinds,
mid all limes. Cukes ornamented In any
tyle lieu desired,
Very Re:iertfiillv, i
LKIHN Jt ELY.
Auk. 2, it-c.T.-tf. ' '
Nachville Cuiro on J New Orleans1
iX Wh.kv SIMMs, Mnler, Johnkt
Haiiikii, llerk. Leaves Clarksville forl'airo
lii'liiv, t OA. M. ; leuvei Clmlsfille
i ille crerv luendnv, at 2 p. m,
P. A. UYRNK, Agent.
Naslnillo, t'uiiii and New Orleans
r- T.M.I. ISM AH.
.V'-i'vSZLei Leave Claiksvilla for Cairnev.
try Nirilny, M a. u; leaves Cliirksviilt for
uluill every 'i'hiir.diiv, 2 p. M.
1'. A.' BY I'r, Agent.
, (,iro and
New Dries us
T-im. Iliimvi, Vvt
llliiui, C;,ik. I.e.ives nurkstlli. lor
i'kh-i eterv WeilursiUv, 8 A. M i liav
'I.nk-Mlie fur .Siilivii! everv Sundsv, 2 r. '
I". A. ItVU.NK, Ageul.
i i ll. I I, ! r.8 Sin. 1
M.i; kin.ville l'onervt'u e and Itno. j
. i, li , i .i' I , , i i mi, !.-. nn 1 i n I -I! I.'
W. a. SslKUflURST, J.
e. d. int.
BRINGHURST & CO,
(Successors to Ballsy, Bringhurst k Co.)
Wholesale and Retail
And Dealers in
Virginia Tobacco, Havana CI
.,, , gars, etc, etc....
Corner Market and Franklin Sts,
Clarksville, Tcnu. '
-. :s.( - . V'.i;
We keep .constantly en Uaod a large as
- ... . . .
STAPLE AND FANCY
wliicli we are Uetermiued to mII at the
LOWEST MARKET TRICE,
and only ask pur (riends to call and examine
for themselves. ., ,
March 27, 1868-tf
Pianos, Orjrans, School and Mis
cellaneouH uookh, hiauon
cry, Sheet Music, Peri
odicals, Violin and
Guitar Strings, etc., etc.,
(Siga or the Gold. Pen,)
CLARKSVILLE. - - TENN
We are apenls for the justly celebrated
"WKBER" PIAKOS, which are new ac
knowledged by all the Firt Musicians
of New York and the Directors of Conner
vatorles Of MnslC in New Y'ork and
Brooklyn to be the Best Pianofortes
minuTactnred.for their crest power, bril
liancy and purity of tone, elasticity of touchj
and great durability, wenlso ran attention
to the CONOYKK URO'tt. FIAXOH. which
are manufactured expressly for Bouthern
markets and will stnnd the. climntn. They
need no pruifo as thcie are over Thirteen
Thousand In use. They are manufactured
bv oue of the lnnrest bouses in ew xork
and have nil valuable improvements, includ
ing the asrane. y special contract, we
are enabled to sell them lower luan many
other first class instruments.
All Pianos delivered at Manufactu
rer's rrires, ana kept in Tune one
vear iiltltout charee.
we ruler all those uesirons oi Knowing
whether we give satisfaction in our sales to
llcv. J. B. Wct, Rev. A. D. Kears, tieo. W
llillman. Ceo. II. Warlleld and T. D. Hcott
W are agents lor
J. KSTEI (ELEBRATED THE
MO 1.0 0UbA. fi,
which we sell at FACTORY r RICES.
We call the attention o Country Mer
chants to our facililioa in lurnishiug them
School Books & Stationery.
J. F. COXOVER will promptly attoud to
orders for I'iuno Tuning, an J guarantees sat
isfaction. We return thauks for the encouragement
received thus fur, and hope to merit a con
tinuance of the sume.
March JO, 1808-tf.
U RTON, BROS, t (i,
Brushes of all kinds,
Domestic Liquid Dyes,
And all articles uecos
sary or useful in the Sick
We are receivine fresh sunrlies, every
week, and prepared to furnish any (juan
lilies tho market may deuinud,
AT VERY LOW PRICKS.
We rait the attention of Contractor
Builders aud Painters, 'o our large stock on
WHIT 1-3 T13V1,
and Wilxkiw tiU, and all articles in tin
way of Painters' material, which wean
selling at a vmali. advance ou mitiinu
I'uctiirers' prices. lrders from physician;
promptly tilled, ill tliii Kign of the Hij.-
Hold Pen," Franklin sl.,CLAUKS ILLK.
Augu-it 10, ISo . -It.
I FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN,
! If .npplird for lii a very few days, we will
I sell the llelote l'loperty at a great bargaiu.
) It is situated on l ust Cros siree.t, between
I I'uiou Hi i eel aud the Railroad on a beautiful
eminence, commanding a Sue tlrw of a
'great portion of the city, river, railroad aud
. urroumling eouutry It tMntnins 8 r.Miiat
ilrelng i 'Kiins mil IihII, kitctien, auioke
bouw and K'h rm.in, large cistern in good
j repair n. I a lurv jtahle iippronrhed Ihrouh
an alh-y iu the rear of Ihe lol. The lot il
about bulf an arr. If sold witlun lb nut
: ten days, we offer a dri'ilt Illirgalll, sum
1 u .Uoiild iiMlure niiy una to buy.
MAI. LORY A JONES,
I!- V. ,fe Wur..
The Effect Folt in
HELMS & JOHNSON
Xolhwitlislanding the political s'atc of
the eouutry, we are receiving and opening
the largest stock of
Staple and Fancy
we have ever brought to this market. Our
stock will, In ft very short time, be full and
complete, and consist in part of the follow
ing articles :
FANCY AND BLACK SILKS,
Poplins, Alpaccas, Be
rages, and all new
styles of Fancy Dress
r ' Goods. "J-, ' '
Plain, striped and
dotted Swiss; Jaclto
nets, Cambrics, Mull
and Nansook Muslins,
plain and striped; Lin
en Sheetings, Irish
Linen, Napkins, Tow
els, Table Linen, sto.
Wo have a large lot of
BROO AXD BLEACHED MISLIXS,
Bought Before the Rise;
10. -i and 11-4 Bleached
and Brown Sheetings; 4, 5
and C 4 Pillow Muslins;
Irish Linens, 4, 5 and 6-4
wide ; Dress ' Trimmings,
Buttons, and everything of '
the kind new; Linen Hand
kerchief', Embroidered and
Lace do.; Jackonct and
Swiss Edgings and Inser
tings; with many other ar
ticles in this line too te
dious to mention.
Our Stock of
"Vliilo-v Wliinleas, 1'Ztc.,
will be large and varied.
We would call special attention to cur
llltieU unit l'iiiicy
Cloths -and Cassimeres
I IAT8, V
v?s i snoi:s,
And in fact everything that is utually sold
I in a first class Wholesale House,
As Low as any other Estab
lishment in the South.
Come aad examine, and If you are not
pleased we will not s;k you to buy.
Mr. .rlm I
will remain in Nuw York for soswulimr, aud
..... . , . 1 ;
aun to ine suji il every week. ( ,
IIKIMS A J0ll0V.
I x-TFHE nONTCOMERY
A Ranking Institution, Incorporated
y aci or tne Lexisiaiara or .
Tennessee In Decern
Will b opened for business on the 15th of
January, 1808, in the building West side of
toe FoblkJ gqoare, one door North of the
First .National Bank. Clarksville. Tenn.
This Bunk will deal in Foreign and Do
mestic Bills of Exchange, Gold and Silver
Bullion, receive deposits, and do general
B. 0. KEESEE, President.
J. E. Hroaddps, Cashier.
Jan. 10, 1808-tf
We arc still manufacturing for the trade
and to order our fine article of BntTglCS,
Rockaways, Light Bprlng wagons
ana Lieut Democrat n aeons ror tam
II J Use. We do not keep-any impor' '
work, but only that made by ourselves. We
ask the public to call and examine our work
and set how it is pot together and of what
material It Is made, as wt nso the best stock
and employ the most competent workmen.
Repairing done with neatness and
ItsrsaiNCES Clark k Bro., B.F. McKeage,
Koacli k Dirk, Caldwell k Co., or Geo. W
Factory corner Commerce and Third sts.,
llorkiviue, Tennessee. ;
BAKER k BRO.
March 13, 18C8-3m.
,Iu.lilio .S5q.viix'e, l'
CLARKSVILLE, - TENN.
CIGARS MADE TO ORDER
FIXE CIGARS, AT NEW YORK TRICES!
ISE.NSTE1N k DORTCIL
Feb. 7, 18C8-ly
Paper I luujclni;, Oluas
iiif, Aco., Aco.
W. P. Llndlcy,
DEALER IN WALL PAPER, WINDOW
Fire Screens, Faints of Eve
ry Description, Windov
' Glass, Futty, &c
Two or three good workmen wanted.
Paints mixed ready for use.
Ba. Shop at Fowler's Hall.
Sept. 14, 18(iC-tf
The firm heretofore known under the
name and style of Williams k Mchluope is
this day dissolved by uietual consent J. F.
Meblhope will continue to carry on the bus
iness, and all persons indebted to, or having
claims against, ihe old firm, will please come
forward and settle with bim.
It. II. WILLIAMS.
J. F. MEIILIloPB.
Clarksville, Tens, March 14th, 1868.
All persons having claims against the es
tale of J. II. Ellis, dee d, are berclvy noti
fied to lile the some with the t-leik of lb
county court of Stewart county, itutt of
Tcuucatee, ou or before the liili day of
June licit, legally authenticated, iD order
that the same way be liquidated aud dis-c-liHrcd
acri rding to law. This the fill) day
uf March, lb08.
W. II. DANIEL, Adm'r.
March 20, 8G8-w.
INSOLVENT NOTICE. ,
i Having on tne :ui. oay oi June, 186T,
suggested the insolvency of Ilia estate of
!Jolin Chester, Jr., this is to notify all persous
iadrbted ! wild estate to com a forward aad
make (Mvinvnt, and all persons liatiim claims!
ugaiust suid e.iule to file them within Ibe
time prescribed bv law.
'; ' ! 1 SAM.1 tJH,OClMVlVS " ' ' '
CARRIAGE, BUG AND
Franklin Street, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. !
1 woold call the attention of mv friends and tha tuihlla to tn lim mtnrie nt Hinr
Carriage and Wagon work now on hand, direct
and K Hayes k Go, Wheeling, Tsx, embracing
r" saewron suiay, incinuing tbelr celebrated New Style PrlnCO Albert FaHI
lly Rnggy, which for comfort, ease and convenience, sUnd at the head of all Buggies,
and their Steel Tire Light work, for young men, faatdrlvlng, etc, 1 challenge the Buggy
woria ror its superior. . v
-. In reference to workmanship, styVe, gnaraatre, etc, I will say that f have, dnrlng the
last sixteen years, sold in Sontnera Kentucky and this State, over three hundred Jobs of
this work, and to those who have bought and need it, including the livery men of this
city, I would refer you, being willing that the work shall answer for Itself. With this
understanding, If you or your friends should buy any of this work, and by fair usage It
falls to give satisfaction, yoa will confer special favor on the manufacturer! by eallingjon
me and having it repaired by Baker Bro., of this city, at their expense, or permit me to
RiruNn ronn uonst ONTib Von Ana sATtsrito.
Friccs as low as any first-class work In any western city.
A.f. llltOCTOIAN, -Sole
Asrent for ftnnthrrn I.nini-tr mil Miiiii (ihhim.
P- 3- I would caution mv friends snd the
pitruc. cmiming io sen mis worn, ine manufacturers have bnt one agency for Honifae
Kentucky and Jliddlo Tennessee.
B O. KEESEE...... JONES D. NEBLETT.
B. 0, KEESEE & CO.,
Queens ware,"- Glassware,
Anvils and Vlcesj Bellows, Stocks and Diesj
Hammers, Hatcbetts and Steel; Hoes, Hinges
and Files; Carpenters', Blacksmiths Coop
ers' and Shoe Tools; Mill, Circular, Cross
cut and Hand-saws; Axes, Nails and Chains;
Knob, Plate aad Oun Locks; Sifters, Shov
els and Tacks.. Also, a large assortment of
Guns, Kitlcs and Pistols; Table Knives and
Forks; Pocket Knives: scissors and shears.
of every variety,
Franklin SL, CLARKSVILLE, TEXX.
Orders solicited and carefully filled.
Terms, Cash. B. O. K. CO.
Messrs. Eo. Ti'RiiLEr, J. D. Xkilett and
W. J. Ely will be in attendance, and most
cordially Invite their friends and the public
generally to gtve them a call.
Feb 8, 1807-ly
L. AVEI L,
Corner of First Cross St. and Btra
' ,!( berry Alley.
AVFERS TO THE PUBLIC BY WHOLE-
J sale or Retail, a stock just received of
tho following articles:
- CEDAR WARE,
As Bacon, Potatoes, DnicHis, and general
marketing, and in fact, everything iu the
way of general FAMILY SI PPLIES,
T H B
Above list comprises hut a small part oi my
ample assortment of Ueueral Crocerles. it
Or men can show better goods at more
moderate prices, in Clarksville, I have yet to
sea theiu. In my store will always be.
The best brands of FAMILY FLOUR, Mnk
ing a speciulty of this article, aud buying
in large lots, I believe I can always offer the
same brand a " leettle " lowor than it can be
In the deiartmcnt of Liquors, I can fairly
challenge the oldest and purest Vintages, for
the age and quality of some of my braudsol
Old Bourbon and Corn Whiskeys, Cognac.
Otard and Kochelle Brandies, Sherry,
Madeira, Port aud Native Wines,
Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin,
Apple and Peach Bran
dies, Ac, kc. , :
IS NOW DYING
By degrees from the use of impure and bad
ly baked bread. Iu tbe largo BAKING
ESTABLISHMENT connected with mv tiro
eery, I am prepared at all times to furnish
a Irnsb and superior
As well as c-ikes of every description.
FAMILIES OR PASTIES
Can be accommodated upon tbe shortest no
tice. . .
As the Hog Crop has suffered but little
WITH HOG CHOLERA
This season, 1 trust to be able to keep en
baud a laiga Stock of u
At all times. ' I rctpcrtftiPy solicit ths
FARMERS to bring this article to me, Fur
it, aud all kinds of
O on is try Produce '
I WILL PAY
THE IIIfcUknT PKICKM IX CASH.
1.. AVIS I L..
April 12, UOJ-tf.
A first-claw irardeuer, a Ge-tnau, who uu.
demands trimming and laying nut, and the
culture of fruil and liowera together with
hi i wile, a first-rate rook, washer and iroacr,
and who uuderstauds making butler desire
a situation. Apply at this olfice.
April 3, 1868-lt
I In Clarksville, a Meeuuie Gold Walcn
1 Ke7i l',M ou , 301,1 ,UJ' ol" March, 1808,-
Any oue nnjing it, win please return
Ihe Chronicle ornec, wtieie Ibey will
from the factories ot Busbey, Utile Co.
all tbetr various styles, from the finest
Dublin luminal liedillor. nnd Irmnon.ihla
i; Jan. 1-1 r
FOX & SMITH,
Iron, Guns and Wagon Timbers,
8IGN OF BIQ PADLOCK, ,
Keep on hand a full stock of
Carpenters' Tools, Coo rs' T ols
Axes, Chains, Hoes, Collars, Hames,
Locks, Hlngea and Screws.
ITammers, Angnrs, Chisels,
Saws, Coffee Mills, Cot
ton Cards, Grind
Spades, Forks and Mattocks,
Iron and Steel
WAGON 'AND BUGGY IICBS.
SPOKES AND FELLOES,
DOUBLE AKD SIXGLE CIXS,
PISTuLS, POWDER, SHOT, LEAD AND
CAPS, POCKET KNIVES, (fine and com.
mon), KNIVES AND FORKS, SPOONS,
and a full line of
All of which we are anxious to sell, and
win sen rigni.
FOX A SMITH.
Sept. 27, 1867. -
BOOKS I BOOKS I !
F. M. DOUGHERTY'S
I would call the attention of the public gen.
erally, to my stock or Books, cc,
just purchased, vix:
TOY BOOKS, .
. , STATIONERY,
" ' MUSICAL
I will sell as low its anybody tn the State
Cash Paid ror R AGS.
F. M. DOUGHERTY.
Franklin Street, Opposite the Court
Nov. 29, !807-tf.
I HAVE Just opened, at E. Withers old
stand, or Franklin Street, an entire new
stock of Furniture, which I offer at low fig
ures for CANI I. To my old customers,
the Planters, I would say call and see the
REAPER AND MOWER,
And Casey's Sulky Cultivator and Corn
Planter, acknowledged the best lu the
Market. Also the best make of
BUGGIES AND WAGONS.
I am agent for the Celebrated Hamilton
Eclipse Saw Mills, Portable and Stationary
Engines, Torching Machines, to. Call and
see before purscbading.
r. U. PORTER, Agt.
March 8, 186T-ly.
(FORMERLY MOORE'S HOTEL)
CLARKSVILLE, - TENN.
Having taken charge of this House and
refurnished it throughout with new furni
ture, I am now prepared to accommodate
regular boarders and transient guests in as
good style as auy in the Slate.
Attached Io tbe House, is a fine
supplied with elegant tables and furniture
aud will be kept by an attentive aid accom
There is also adjoining the office of tbe
that cannot be surptwed In point of neat
ness by any Institution of tbe Kind in the
country, which will at all times lie supplied
with the most choice Liquors, Wines anil Bo
which will lie waited on by experienced and
attentive barbers, is well fitted up with all
furniture appertaining to first class
Prices will be as low as any other bouse
of the same clnss. A portion of the public
j .tmue is respectfully solicited.
Feb. 28, 'tia-lf.
A ii t lloraseeslioolttfr.
The utnlenlgned lias taken he old staud
of li. M. Woods, ou Commerce street, two
i i doors above the Foundry, where he will tar-
j ry on the Blacksmith's business In all its
various branches. Horhoeint don. a the
1 .W'M Miif. I!. K. HCKM f?Y.
. NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW PROVIDENCE, TENN.
THIS BANK BCTS AJTD BELLS EX-
CHANGE ON N. TORE, LOtlSVlLLE,
Also, bays and sells Gold and Silver
and all kind ef I ncirrent Hon ..
ey, and rrcelTes Money on -
And makes liberal Cash Advances on To
bacco and Flonr for sale here or shipment
T. F. PETTUS, Pmrtden.
W. a POINDEXTEA, Csahier.'
Feb. 7, 1808-3nv . ,
FRECH & COURTS,
Stan "Tennessee Iron,'
CLARKSVILLE, - TENN.
Are now and will continue to receive du
ring the season, a selected stock of
Landreth Garden Seed,
Oenuine Peruvian Guano;
' Baltimore Raw Bone Dust,
Blue Grass Seed
Goodrich Seedling, ,
London Lady Potatoes
AGRICULTURAL AND GARDEN IMTLE
MENTS, GROCERIES, LEATHER,
IRON, NAILS, SALT, ETC.,
A.t Lowest Cassia Prlooss.
Feb. 7, 1868-3m
D. W. MTTILL &C0.
Boots, Shoes, etc.,
At the stand lately occupied as Post-office,
We have a good assortment, which we are
selling at the lowest cosh price, preparatory
to recei ing our Spring stock.
Mr. A. Sloan is salesman, and will be
pleased to wait upon bis friends and custom
era. Call and see us.
1). W. MATTILL k CO.
Jan. 24, 1868-tf
DRUGS AND DYESTUFFS I
PUBLIC SQUARE, CLARKSVILLE,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Toilet
and Fancy Articles, Dycstuffs,
. Palnta, Oils, Varnishes, Win
dow Glass, rutty, Brush
es, Pure Wines and
Medicines warranted of the beet quality.
All will be sold at tbe lowest prices for cash,
Special attention given to the compound
ing of Physicians' prescriptions.
S. B. STEWART.
Feb. 7, 1808-ly
Ci. V. ROTII, Ag't,
(Successor to J. F. Meblhope A Co.,)
: Clarksville, Tennessee,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
IN ALL KIND or
Confectionarici, Foreign and Domtttic
Liquort, U'l'iiei, Frnit and Nult.
Having returned to Clarksville for the pur
pose of resuming mv old occupation as Gro
cer, I would solicit from tbe citizens ana sur
rounding country a share or patronage.
I will keep a full assortment of eveiy arti
cle in my line, and am determined to sell at
the lowest CASH PKIC&S. UiKhcst prices
I am also Agent for the sale of
Wilson Pitt's Celebrated Whiskey I
G. A. ROTH, Agent. .
Tan. 28, 1868-tf.
FRESU DRUGS I NEW DM GS 1 1
Having purchased the well selected stock of
WEST k HEWLETT, and added thereto
I am now prepared to offer, at their stand
every thing usually kept lu our Hue, of
THE PUREST ARTICLE
OKIVTJIIVK HTZ A1VI,
Consisting la part of
Drugs, Mediciiiea, Painta,
Oils, Vsruishes, Dye Hloflj,
Window Glass, Ulaas-ware, .
Fancy Article, Perfumery,
Patent Medicines, Wines aad
Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Teas,
Ac, Ac, Ac,
Which I am determined to sell as cheap
as any bouse is) the West, aad assure
all that I will give satisfaction, both in price
aud quality. We will sell, Invariably,
in its strictest senso, wlilih will enable us to
sell ut C1I1UP l'HIOliies.
THE rRKbTKIPTlOX DEPARTMENT
Will he attended to by Mr. L. R. Cooper.one
of Ihe beet and mat experienced presenp
tionbta, and nothing will be compounded but
THE VEEY BEST ARTICLES.
rbyslclims and country merchants are espec
ially Invited to GIV'F US A CALL, before
purchasing elsewhere. We will sell you
good articles at low prices.
oyign ot toe llortar over tbe door,
Jan. 4, 188 lyv
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
Till. Farm lies ou Red River, known as
ths Xorthlngton Farm, aud ouataiue
l&A arrs fine Bottom Land
Will be sold on reasoaahli terase, ' Call on
E. Withers for particulars.
E. W. N0RTHIXGT0N.
Sept. 11, USI-lt
We don't want to waste any words alionf
the erirnl r ptrecl uuvrhnm of our Stock
of Goods. The merest inperficial glance of ,
our kind patrons, who favor us with a visit.
will snfflco to convince the most skeptical .
that our stock is the most Complete in this .
sect led, containing everything iu the differ
ent brancnea ot
Dry Goods, Clothing; Furnish
Ing GoodspBoots, Shoes,
etcetc, That can possibty be asked for.
we have purchased direct from the vari
ous Manufacturers, for Cash, thereby
obtaining onr Ouodt at Bottom figuren.
11ns enables us to sell at the very Lowest
Our experience during the part Sixteen '
years and the knowledge of the wants of
this market, encourage us to hope for, and
solicit, your generous patronage. ,
We sell prints from 10c. np ; craih 1 2 jc. ;
Towels 20c. and up; Bleached and Brown"
Cottons 12c. and np, aud all other article
in like proportion. i
Thanking you for the kind' patronage
herctofoie extended to us, we shall endeavor '
by strict and prompt attention to'nferit
continuance of the same.
March 20, 1808-tf. , ,
w. m. tandy; .
.. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL '
it o oer
AV1NO PROCURED THE WELL-
KNOWN GROCERY STAND, formfrlv
occupied by Lewis k Glass, and known rs '
tbe "House Stand," would respectfully in
form the trade that he will keep a
General Stock of Groceries,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WE call tbe special attention of Merchants
to our stock of Staples which we are deter
mined to sell at such profits as will make it
Io their iutereat to give us a call before goina
We will give special attention to alt con-
signmeuts to our care. ,
W. M. TA5DI.
TENNESSEE IRON. '
IIAY1NO SECURED TnE SOLE ASK.V-
. CY FOR THE SALE OF .
Tennessee Charcoal Irony"
I am prepared Io fill orders for all sites of
the above Iron, at manufacturer's prices, i
also have a large lot of their B kron; which
I will sell at Pittsburg Iron Prices in this
market, which will be found superior to
Pittsburg Iron in quality. Liberal discerns
will be givsa to dealers
W. M. TANDY. 1
Feb. J, 1867 tf.
D. M. 0. CARLES, Principal. .
This School will open on the second Mon
day la February, 1868, and will close Its
first term at the end of Twenty weeks. Tho
Principal is a graduate of Ibe University of
Virginia, aud has made teaching his hasinewi,
exclusively, since leaving that lusliliitlon
some Thirteen year! ago both iu Virginia
and at his residence io this Stite, Notting
Tbe object aimed at by Ihe Principal, will
be to prepare young men to eater the Uni
versity of Virginia, or any other College, or
fit them for the business of life. Tke coarse
of instruction will be Modelled after that at
tbe University of Virginia, and, as far as
practicable, the same books will be used,
Fcrt ptr Turn 20 WttktI Axmc4.
English and Primary course in Math
ematics ...$30 CO
English and Advanced course in
Mathematics 1J 00
Languages, each oue dollar per month extra.
D. il. QUA RLL3.
Jan. 17, 18C8-lf. .
ST- LOUIS MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company.
HAVING accepted the Local Agency oi
tbe above Company, I take this luetLod oi
Informing my friends and acquaintances gen
erally that I will give especial attention to
the taking of risks aad otktrwiae represent
ing the iuterests of the above well known
It is an undeniable fact that It is the duly'
of every man to make some
PK0VI8I0X FOR RIS FAMILY
(and especially his "little ones"), in event
of his death.
Fully convinced of tbe stability of this
Company, and their liberal and equitable
manner of doing business, I cheerfully rec
ommend an investigation of its different
plans before insuring elsewhere.
J. L. YATES, Loral Agent.
Dr. W. M FINLEY, Kiauiulng Phrsi-
C. L. RIDDELL, Gen. Ag t for Kentucky
Queries k Mitt, Attorneys at Law.
H. C. Merril, - mm.
B, O. Keesee, Pies't Montgomery fJatings
8. B. Seat.
W. P. Hume, Casbirr First National Batik.
Helms k Johuson, Merchant.
Jan. 17, 1868-tf.
In Chancery at Clarimllle.
At Rules held In Die Clerk's office, Chan
cery court, Clarksville, . Teunessee. H. A,
Caldwell, Adm'r. of 11. li. Smith, dee d. com.,
plainanls, w. John II. Marable and others,
defendant, It appearing from affiiavll filed
io this cause, lliet thedW'endanis J. L. James
jr., and wife Ella A. James, formerly
Smith, nre nun-residents of Ihe State of
Teiiuassee. It is therefore ordered, lhal they
enter their appearance brreln before or with
in the first three days of Ihe next term of
said court, Io be held on tbe third Monday
in April, 18C8, snd plead, answer or demur
to complainant's bill, or the same will be,
taken for confessed as Io Ihem aud set for
bearing ri-prt; and lhal a oopy oi this
order be published for four suueeuive wteke
in tbe Clarksville Chronicle. A copy alttst:
W. T. SHACKELFORD, C. A M.
Iloruberg.r House, Hoi's for compl't.
March .0, I8U4-4L pr. fe $3.
Having this day siiggastcd the insolvency
of the estate of W. B. Caruey, deed, this is
IO notify ski person indebted Io said estate
to com. forward and make payment, and .'1
persons having rlaims sgslnst said, Wate t
file tbern within Ihe time prescribed by law,
Tbi tbe lvtn day of March, I8.
GtO. W. CARkKY, Adm'l.
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