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Now Establishment l!i
tTAvreo nornnTorT MYBROTTTFTt,
I 1 I. Weill, I wonld Inform the public
Unit I will carry on liut buaiueMnUtiieauiiie
Cor. Strawberry 111c and 1st Cross.
Ttollcvlnn my role In n Ttnlter nnrt my
for If. not Thnt of Donclxon hut n Urocera,
iny chief pride and ulublUou Will tience
furlll bo to
Bake the Best Bread!
Keep tlio Best Stock of Groceries !
And sell them Cheaper than any L
house In the City f
Thin bonne, will continue, n heretofore,
to lw the larircit dealer In Kamllv Flour In
CliirkKvllle. The clinic nrnnda of thh, will
lie alwnya kept on hand uud priced ua low
as at llio mill. In
THE LIQUOJt DEPARTMENT
SWI can bent anybody I "S
Having on hand the nldcut, Nwt, bin
trCKtand moot complete stock of JlrnndliK,
Wlne,WliiHkc,v, Until. Olli, etc., lo be found
anywhere. Home of thcae wore iKmichl be
fore I ho wnr. and I have aonin of the Iden
tical lxvcriiire that mode Kln David, of
Filcwud mcmnrv, cut audi fiintiuitlc cuerfl
before lilyli Ih-avuu and the daughter of
In the Bakery Department
I promlxo to take the Hlilno off of every
inner concern or him Kind in i nil
IhiIIi In tlio BiiiH'ilorllv of niv I In
( liken ami their prompt delivery In the
lilKhcxt nlyle of art, both as to condition
ami truiiHiiorbitloii. at the thioriiof iny eiia-
tomei-K. Purl lea and Weldings can beeup
lilled ou tUo shortcut uolluu.
i i, i : ' ' i . . i .1 .
THE mailEPT MARKET TRICE PAID
IN CAB1I, FOR COUJ4nY PRODUCE.
" Breathes there n man with nonl so dend
M'hoHever to himself Inilh Mild
Weill's t he te1 and cheaeMt Iioiikc 1 n townT
If Hiieh there lie, go mark lllnl well.
For lilm no minstrel's ruptures well."
flinliBvllle, April 17, 1WIH.
Altnchmcnt on the ground of 'on
1'. C. RiiwIh vh. Jame Moloney.
1AMKS MA 1.1 INKY IK llKltl'HY NOTI
lli'd Ihul a Hull by original iittiichiiicnt
wan eoniiiieiieiil aunlnst lilm 1h lore .hum
1. Flood, an Actinic .hiNilee of the l'ence.
nir Mtowiirt loiiniy, lit uistrlct ISu. 7, hy I .
l KiiwIm, eullMe Hinted In the ullblii vit that
lie Im ii lion-ivnlili'llt of I he State nf Telines.
we. lie Is rc'inlm! to atteinl at my olhye
In the town of liover.on tin-3111I1 of May,
i'-n, ii tii neieini nm tieuoii i ii itN com
metieeiL otherwlml lhe fllllHe will be rO'
ihhhIimI with exparte. tiiven i nder my
jniuu, llllrt kilii iiiiv oi Api ll, j.Nin.
JAMKS 1'. KI.(Hin, .T. r..
for Htnwart County,
Mity 1, ltws-lw
I'l-UHUNH ttAVINIt CI.AIMH
V auaitiftt Mi'H. N. T,. roritoii.(luiuuw
lierel.y imtlll.1.1 to Hie the hiiihu. urooerlv
liroved, with Dip Clerk and Mit-sler of the
i iianeery Cinivl at Cbii'kHvllle.HO that they
tuny la'illldlted aud NetlleiU
ii. li. msTox, Ex'r.
April 17, lWR-tw.
Bank of Chattanooga
1 lank of Commerce
Hank of Knoxville
Rank of Memphis
Hank of Middle. Tcuiicssee
Hank of Paris
Hank of Slielbj ville
Hank of Tennetsce, old issue
" " dated 18GI -
Hnnk of the Union
Hank of West Tennessee
l.il'e and gem iiil liiuriincc Company.
Oi oco Hank
WHOLESALE GltOf EBY HIAIULET.
lui ui.-lictl by Crii-uuiti & Chennut.
SrjGAn. X. O. good common, i:if,? 14e;
pood fair, 1 l(.i lit; fully lair, to prime, 15J
(.rid.) ; yellow ilaril'ud, 15.l(.i,l'i) j while,
lOlC.iMSJ; cnifhcd, powdered und grnnulut
id,"ll'. MKI.ASSKS AND RVRl'PS. N. O. com
mon, Tot.i !0j syrup, POC.iM.IIO
Clil'I Ki:. Hi.., fair. 2l(.r'.'5f prime ICJ
p.'H; .l.iva, 37(.i" t:i ; l.uiiim, :t:t(. :i5.
SALT. 7 bus. bid. $1.00; sack, $3.50;
table, 2i(. in T wirk.
STAR CAXM.KS. 12 or. loxeS, 10; 1:1
Ot. boxe., 22 ; 14 oz. Ikiai-s, 24.
IIACOX. Iliig round H(.. 15 ccnls.
.AI!1 l.'.J cenls.
WHISK KY. Coinin.in coiinltr,$2(J2.Mt;
Ci lie l!ob.'rloii county, J2.7."i(,i .'i.oo "
t'HM'.SI-:. Western, H'j factory, 18
lMi'i:. Carolina, r.'(.. l'lc; India, 11
M' liar, 0((i 10c.
Hll.S. Coal oil 45f,,T(; lard oil, Jl.jr..
1.:m; linseid oil. $l..Mi(.i l.C'j.
WIll'i K I.KAD.--:i.50(,i 4 r.O per Veg.
hV I'S Tntl'KXTIXK. 0(" '
VAItMSH tM.-4i. tt; Japan, $3 T5.
Pl TfY-'.r so V1 !'
WINDOW til...S 8a10, fd.50 per boij
levl", 7 M: l.'vlt, 8 50.
lMlWl'IM! AMI l.KAO-Rilltf
flu l' keg; lend lite It".
HIOT- 1 .'iO(,i I 75 "j Mg.
t'.Vl'S - ''"' 'i1 !
I'KIIS I.hik'O and f until Citlli, $1 00
IDil. (virilities- ,itf.r'.,2.lc. Maikerel '
No. 1, V bid. $.:.(.. Hi; No. Xt'0 kit, $2.75
(l il I'll.
lil.ACKING. -iU '.'). Tr Carulina,
$d Iiof.i 7 fin.
I.i: ATMKi: - S,.le. HOc.
1 1 i N AMI X.II.Sll.ir Iron, 7e ; iiuils
y, !.0i o Ml. IIHI'K--: il .7c.
N. II. Tlu'' aie tlm wliulw.ile pi lew
;i id in.ludc Whulc J .uk.ijeJ.
Country Merchants Supplied ns
Cheaply as f n Cincinnati or
C0lim 4 mu,,iN'
Jobber and dealer in j
DRY GOODS, !
j 09 IS AXD SHOES, j
DATS AND CARPETI5GS,
Franklin Street, ' " '
t CXARKHVIXIE, TEJrSf.
Don't fail to look nt onr Slock,
anyhow, before purchasing!
April 10, IMS.
; WHOLES ALU ' "
Faints, Oils : , i ,
Brushes of all kinds,
Dye Stuffs, .
Domestic Liquid Dyes,
And all articles neces
sary or useful In the Sick
We are receiving fresh iiipplifS, trer
week, and prepared to furnisli any quan
tities the market may demand,
AT VERT LOW TRICES.
' We call the attention of Contractors.
Buildersaud Pointers, to our large stock ot
WHITE LK AD,
and Window Glass, and all articles in tin
way of Paiuters' matcrinl, which wo are
selling at a pa all advance on maunu
fuctuicrs' prices. Orders from physician?
promptly filled, at the sign of thji"ltit.'
Gold Pen," Franklin st.,CLAnh,3 1LLE
August 10, 1807-tf. ,. - -
First National Bank,
OF CLARKSVILLE, TEXX.
Owned by Individuals of this city and vicinity
HEATMONT, GEO. IT. WARFIKLP,
W. HILLMA, n. W. MAU11AE, JB.,
t. a, IlORKUUItUEB.
Issues no Notes of its own.
AVOIDS THAT RISK.
RECEIVES DEPOSITS, DEALS IS EX..
( IIAM.K, (.(ll.lt AMI KII.VKK AM)
IMTEll STATES U0M1S, HK1.LH
SK.1IT It RAFTS O.N .NEW
mil Vf'TlnVM MtllK iVIt PltftMPTl.V
8. F. BEAl'MOXT, Prcs't.
W. P. II13IE, Cashier.
Feb. 21, '08.
Splendid Tobacco Ktommcry at I'iid
ON VETN KM A Y, TIIK MTII PAT OF
May, lMW, at Hie hour of 4 o'clock r. .v.,
by dlri'vllon of the Kill Is I 'ity Tohneeo Hank,
mid iii-Kimnt to the lerniH mid coinlli Ioiik
ol, and the kwh Kriinuil In, a mortmKe
from Jiiinea I.. I.,hoii ami wile to mild
bunk, then called l lie Fal In (Ily Mank.ihited
the Jd day of NoveinlHT, IHlia, anil recorded
In the .1etlerMin Comity Court Clerk'Nofttee,
In dtHHl book No bit), puue :tl.'l, I will, on the
pi-eiiilww, Mdl to tbo nlalii'M bidder tlie
tiniiM'rty ileHerilM'd In Hiiid inortuaue, vlx:
ltealiintiiK at a olnt on the noiith able of
ilreeu Mreet, In l.oiilHVllle, lll feet went of
Kleventh Htn'et; thelleo Willi Kulil Htreet
west wnnlly 60 feet ; thenoe at right aiiKleH
imifi'iM, totiruynon at reel, thence east want I y
ullleet; thence to the hcKllillillK. AIko, Hie
loiiehinery. HxtureM. linoroveinentH unit
furniture thereon, the whole coiiNiltutlnK
one of theinoMt complete and couinioUloutf
1 1 ii. i 1 1 w I l Kill KM III tne CHI,
'Ii iimh liiie-lhlnl iukIi, the halnnce In
isiiial liiNlaliiic Ms in one mid two yenm,
Willi m,'ui ra i uoleH in lli Itlll loll, IlllltorillK
Heiiii-aiiiiiiaiiy, loraiuotintxciiiiui to Inter
i.t nt the rule ol nine per cent, peruiiiiiini
on t hcainoiiniH of the utiove nientiond In
Kliillnicnt iiiipiild nt their nH ell ve oialii
rttie. The erfm't and HptuMnl warranty
clee.U ijiven by the bank, 'the property
will Ih' iu !! aiibtert lo a lien on the rinl es
tate, held by t be l-'ranklln Itank for fifteen
hundred 110)111111, w lib interest from the td
ol Ui'lolH'r,liu7,whU'li Mini is now 11:1st uue
(J. H. Mli
April 2t, W18-3W.
Original Attnchtiicnts Rcfore K. L.
dt iilr), a Justice of the mice.
3. .1. Phillips !. HIchnnlKtuinper. '
rrniKlilil KMiAXTll VVIMI I J KX AT
1 tai-be by hlft Moods iiiiiI he fallillU toap
lieni and replevy: it In hereby oiilensl thai
publication be irMUle In the l laiksvllle
Cbroiiicln, a newsiiaiier publlhlitsl In the
lou ii of Clai ks ille, for lour miccckkIvo
weeliH. notltyin "Mlil ilcfciehinl to appiuir
Ih iiuc me at lay ollicc in lllsli i. l No. .1, in
HU'wart I'ouui.v. Tennessi, 011 the 'JilU day
of dune. In., to ileleiul Mild iietiou.tir the
Mime til be proceeded with i t purtu UN to
John lhidlcy n. Ittehiird Stiiuiper.
'IMlK liH I'.NHANT IIAVINO lll.liN AT
1 !ucho by liiNKornUHlld h IhIiiiik to ap
pear unit replevy: If l In n by ordered t lint
ilillcalloll lie llllele in the I'lalknwllc
1 bronlide, a iiewMpiiier uihllhcil in tiie
'town of rbiilisviile, for four sius-eKsive
, mi ll.. notli Iiik Niilil deiemlaiit to npitcur
j hetoie meut loy oilnv in lUstriet No. I, In
I We war l con nt , Tennessee, 011 the Tt b day
'' ut .tune. In. 10 iteieiel koIiI net ion, or (he
, sonic III le prot 'ins It'll i It Ii ex purl . an lu
linn, 't'his.lnuuaiy '.M, Isim.
1 At. V. Hinllh, A vent or William Trnhau, i j.
I biehall stumper.
11! K lFKViN lA NT II AVINll lll'K.N AT-
H'lll llll'l re
InU II ot I 'I
it Is In
by ortletcil hat
the rim U ill,,
'ilhllsbed III tin
U niinlo In
I kit UK
r lour MleeeiM! ve
weeks, llolltyiliu- saiil (A, ienilalil to unii
1 helore me ill lil ollbs' in lMtltct No. il, in
H1,WM1. ,iv, ',.iu"e on the 3, lit d iy
j of J line, ISliM, lo defend Mild Helton, or the
I Hitliie u ill In pUKv'i'ded Willi en parte 114 .
April 17, Isif lw'.
VtliNTIUlTKIt Til Hl'I'I'I.V Itoflill
and lleiely -'iiriiiis, Hlewiirt county.
TV 1 1 in ", Willi Corn, Hay, Koruiie, Ac. tin'
Hie pi'iweiil year or lniia-i. lo Isi doliverod
ill the I- iirnaee. A ni'iilhle and rellalile
pailv liiriiisbisl capllal In uilMiiiie.il rf
iiulusl. tdl iip or dilii
til II I It lill'iH. A in.,
liuiiuu Mouud, Tiun.
. Apill 17, l.i -;;w.
At Washingf ont
JOHNSON VICTORIOUS !
The Effect Felt in
HELMS & JOHNSON
CLARK SVILLE, TEXN.
NothwitbatanJing the political s'ate of
the country, we are receiving and opening
the largest stock of
Staple and Fancy
we have ever brought to this market Our
stock will, in Very short time, be full and
complete, and consist in part of the follow-
ing articles :
FANCY AND BLACK SILKS,
replins, Alpaccas, Be
rngca, and all new
styles of Fancy Dress
riain, striped and
dotted Swiss; Jaeko
nots, CatnbricB, Mull
and Nansook Muslins,
plain and striped; Lin
en Sheetings, Irish
Linen, Napkins, Tow
els, Tullo Linen, eto.
We have a large lot of
BROWN AXD BLEACHED MUSLINS,
Sought Before the Rise;
10-4 and 11-4 Bleached
and Brown Sheetings; 4, 5
and 6-4 Pillow Muslins;
Irish Linens, 4, 5 and 6-4
wide ; Dress Trimmings,
Buttons, and everything of
tho kind new; Linen Hand
kerchiefs, Embroidered and
Lace do'.; Jackonet and
Swiss Edgings and Inser
tings; with many other ar
ticles in this line too te
dious to mention. '
Our Slock of
Window BluulcH, Etc.,
will be large and varied.
We would call special
attention to cur
ltlll ttl Fttoy
Cloths and Cassimeres
And In fact everything that is usually sold
iu a first class Wholesale House,
As Low as' any other Estab
lishment in the South.
Come and examlno, and if you are not
pleased we wilt not ak you to buy.
All. .Tolm I'. llelmK
will remain in New York for sometime, and
add to (he stock every week.
"helms I JOUXSOX.
W.xnli 6, 1 8C6-I v
MATTILL & CO
Franklin Street, -:
Pratlcular Attention Given to
the Purchase and Sale
FRESn ARRIVAL OF
OROCEK IE S ,
Consisting as Follows t ,
Bacon, Cheese, HnRars, Flour, Coffe, MacV-
ral, Uy9ters, Mernngs, uracaers, i;an-
dlea, Broams, Buckets, wasnooaras,
Tubs, Starch, Hpices, Ginger,
Indigo, Madder, Molasses,
tSyrups, Salt, Field
Which we propose to sell at the lowest M ar
Call and tee ns, and we will give you the
worth of your money, as we intend to help
build up the Grocery trade as it was before
the war, if industry and close application to
business will accomplish this end.
All Goods Must be Paid In Cash on
delivery ot the Goods.
We mill keep no liookt and make no tieketil
All Goods will be delivered free of charges
ritliin the limits of the corporation.
Of every Kind and Variety at Manu
facturcrs' Price with Freight
ITiold mill Garden Seed
Of every kind.
. , M. & Co.
Apra 10, 2868-1 y. , , ;
w. b. snmontmsT, it,
0. D. BELL,
BRINGHURST & CO.
(Successors to Bailey, Bringhuul & Co.)
Wholesale and Retail
And Dealers in
Virginia Tobacco, Havana CI
gars, etc., etc..
Corner Market and Franklin Sts,
We keep constantly en band a large as
STAPLE AND FANCY
which we are determined to sell at the
LOWEST MARKET PRICE,
nnd only ask our friends to call and examine
I for themselves.
BRINGHURST & CO.
March 27, 1868-tf
.1 Banking Institution, Incorporated
by act ii r the LegiMUfure or,
Tcuut'ftKt'e In Dttt'iu
Will be opened for business on the 15th of
January, J Hilt, in the building Vc t side of
tlio Public tiiuare, one door North of the
r'irct National Hank, Claiktville, Tenn.
This II ink will deal in Foreign Hiid Do
mctic Dills of Kicliatige, Gold and riilver
Bullion, receive di po.ii, and do a general
11. O. KKF.FEE, President.
J. E. I! ho a mm s, Cashier.
Jan. 10, 18bs.it'
: HvY3I. 1 Jit O GIL AIA-TV H ,
CARRIAGE, BUGGT AND WAGON REPOSITORY,
Franklin Street, CL ARKS VILLE , TENN.
1 would call the attention of my friends and the pWI te my large ifock of Boggy,
Carrfage and" Wagon work now on band, direct from the factories ol Husbey, Little Co.
and E. Hayes k Co., Wheeling, Va, embracing all their various styles, from the finest
Phaslon to skeleton tulkv, including their celebrated KewHtvIn Prlnre Albert Fam.
ily BagT which for comfort, ease and convenience, stand at the head of all Buggies,
and their bteel Tire Light work, for young men, fast driving, etc. 1 challenge the Buggy
worm tor it superior.
In reference to workmanship, style, enarantee. etc.. I will sav that I have, during: the
last siitcen years, sold in Southern Kentucky
uus work, ana to inose wno nave bought and
city, I would refer yon, being wifllav that the
understanding, if you or your friends should buy
fails to give satisfaction, you will confer a special
me and baring tt repaired by Bnker ft UroM or
REFUND TOO HOXIT UNTIL TOD All SATliriKD.
Prices as low as any first-class work in any
Sole Aircnt for Sonthrrit
P. S. I would caution my friends and the
parties claiming to sell this work. The manufacturers bar but one agency for Southe
Kentucky and Middle, Tennessee.
ELD KI I'M I1LOCK,
CLARKSVILLE, - TENN.
CIGARS MADE TO ORDER
FINE CIGARS, AT NEW YORK PRICES!
1SEXSTEIN k DORTCH.
Feb. 7, 1808-ly
IMPORT AMT !.
rpo KNOW THAT THE LADIES OF
X Clarksville and vicinity can find utMra.
Hodgson A Miss Magulre s, the largest and
beat assortment nf
. :,, : . AND :.
ever brought to Clarksville, wbtcb will be
be sold at reasonable prices. ,
Having employed one of the best M11U
ners of Louisville, we feel confident that
we enn please our customers.
We are also agents fortheUrover& Baker
Sowing Machines. Respectfully,
HODGSON A MAQCIRE.
April 10, 1808-Sm.
Pianos, Organs, School and Mis
ceiiancous uooks, m;iuou
ery. Sheet Music, Peri
odicals, Ylolin and
Guitar Strings, etc., etc.,
(Sign of the Gold Pen,)
CLARKSVILLE, - - TENN.
We are agents for the justly celebrated
"WEBER PIAXOS, which are now ac
knowledged bv nil the tirst Musicians
of New Y'ork and the Directors of Conner-
Vatorles Of, Music in New York and
Brooklyn to be the Best Pianofortes
manufactured,"" their great power, bril
liancy and purity of tone, elasticity of touclij
and great durability. We also call attention
to the lOXOYEIl BRO'S. PIANOS, which
are manufactured expressly tor oouiuern
markets and will stand the rltmaf . They
need no praise as tueie are over ilrteeil
Thousand ill Use. They are manufactured
by one of the largest houses in New Y'ork
and have all raluuble iinjirovemenu., includ
ing the agraffe. By special contract, we
are enabled to sell them lower than many
other first class innlrumenls.
All Pianos delivered at Manufactu
rer's Prices, and kept In Tune one
year without char sc.
. Wo refer all those desirous of knowing
whether we give satisfaction In our sales to
Rev. J. B. West, Rev. A. D. Sears, Geo. W.
Ilillman, Goo. li. Warfield and T. D. Scott.
We are agents for
J. KSTKT ACO.'S CELF.BBATED TRE.
, M0L0 OUb'A.,8,
which we sell at FACTORY PRICES.
We call the attention ot Country Mer
chants to our facilities in lurnUhiug rbcni
School Books Stationery.
J., F. OONOVER will promptly attend to
orders for Piano Tuning, one guarantees sat
YVe return thanks for the encouragement
received thus far, and hope to merit a con
tinuance of the same.
March 20, 1808-tf.
We arc still manufacturing for the trade
and to order our fine article of BnjrSTll's,
Knrkaways, Light Spring V) axons
and Light llciuvtrat Wasous for tarn
Ily UKf. We do not keep any imported'1
work, but only that made by ourselves. We
ask the publio to oall and examine our work
aud see how it is put together aud of what
material it Is made, as we use the best stock
and employ the most competent workmen.
Repairing done with neatuess and
ltrrHMtvres Clark k Bro., B.F. McKeage
Roa.li ft Hick, Caldwell k Co., or Geo. W.
Factory corner Commerce sod bird
- i BAKER k BRO.
Marvh 13, 186-3ia.
and this State, over three hundred Jobs of
used it, including the livery men or this
work shall answer for itself. With this
any of this work, and by fair nwige it
furor on the manufacturer by calling on
this city, at their expense, or permit m to
Kentucky and Middle Tennessee. .
public aiaiast twddlen and irresnoaible
FOX & SMITH,
Iron, Guns and Wagon Timbers,
81GM OF BIO PADLOCK,
Clnrlf Mvllle Tenn.
EKP ON HAND A FULL STOCK OF
Carpenters Tools, Coo ri' T 1B,
Aim, Chains, Hoes, Collars, flames,
Locks, Hinges aid Screws,
Hammers, Augurs, Chisels,
Saws, Coffee Mills, Cot
toi Cards, Grind
Spades, Forks and Mattocks,
Iron and Steel.
WAGON AND Bl'GGY HUBS.
SPOKES AND FELLOES,
DODDLE AND SINGLE tilSS,
PISTOLS, POWDER, SHOT, LEAD AND
CAPS, TOCKET KNIVES, (6n and com
mon), KNIVES AND FORKS, SPOONS,
aad a full line of
All of which we are anxious lo sell, ni
111 sen rignt.
FOI I SMITH.
Sept. 27, 1867.
BOOKS ! BOOKS 1 !
F. M. DOUGHERTY'S
I would call the attention of the public gen
erally, to my stock of Books, ic,
just purchased, vis:
I will sell ss low ns anybody in the State
Cash Paid for KAtiS.
F. M. DOrCnERTY.
Franklin Street, Opposite the Conrt
Nov. 29, 1867-tf.
THE FIRST SESSION OF THE SEC
OND SCHOLASTIC YEAR, will begin
8entcmber 2nd 1807.
the first year of this Institution the first
alter the close of toe war was eminently
successful, having matriculated two hun
dred and twenty three. The prospects of
the coming year are exceedingly promising.
The location ia remarkably healthy ; the
community intelligent, social and refined,
and there is associated with the President,
a corps of the very best of Teachers.
Primary Department 115 00
Preparatory Department 20 00
Collegiate Department 2S 00
Musio 30 00
Board, including lights, fuel and
servants' attention 90 00
One half of board and tuition in advance.
JOS. B. WEST.
July 26, 18C-tf. Clarksville, Tenn.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN,
If applied for in a very few days, we will
sell the Belote Property at a great bargain.
It is situated on First Cross street, between
Union street and the Railroad on a beautiful
eminence, commanding a fine view of a
great portion of the city, river, railroad and
surrounding country. It contains 8 rooms
dressing looms and ball, kitchen, smoke
house and wash room, large cistern in good
repair aud a large stable approached through
an alley in the rear of the lot. The lot is
about half at acre. If sold within the nsit
ten days, we offer a Great Bargain, such
as should luduce any one to buy.
Real Estate Agents.
April 8, 18C8-tf.
Paper Ilaiiiflniffi Glaas
liifjf, Aco., At o.
W. P. Lindlcy,
DEALER IN WALL PAPER, W1XD0W
Firo Screens, Paints of Eve
ry Description, Window
Glass, Putty, &c.
Two or three good workmen wanted.
PaiuU mixed ready for use.
tS.Shop at Fowler s Hall.
Sept. U, 1 SCO tf
TOWN LOTS FOR SALE.
'IWO TOWN UflX Koll KAI,K-KITU-1
nted on 7lht'nn and Madison HtroeU,
known ua tbo proiwrty of Mm. Williams.
April II, IHttS-sw.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, NEATLY
printsd aud lor sals at Cttsosuts Owes.
(FORMERLY MOORE'S IIOTEL)
CLARKSVILLE, - TENN.
Having- taken ennifre of this Ilouse and
refurnished It throufthout With new furni
ture, I am now prepared to accommodate
regular boarders and transient guests in as
good style as any in the State;
Attached to the House, is a One
supplied with elegant tables and furniture
and will be kept by an attentive aid accom
There i alio adjoining the office or lb
Hotel, a ,
that cannot be anrpassed la point of neat
ness by any institution of the kind id the
country, which will at all times be supplied
with the meet cuoice Liquors, YTlnesaM Be
which will be waited on by experienced and
attentive barbers, la well fitted up wllh all
farsMare appertaining to a first class ISarber
- Prices will be at low as any other bouse
of the same class. A portion nf the public
patronage If respectfully solicited.
CLAT ROBERTS, Proprietor,
Feb. 28, 'e8-lf. , ,
NEW PROVIDENCE, TENN.
THIS BANK BUYS AND SELLS EX
CHANGE ON N. YORK, LOUISVILLE
CINCINNATI k NEW
Also, buys and sells Gold and Surer
aai all klads of I'ncurrcnt Mon
cy, and rcccltcs Money on
And makes liberal Cash' Advances on To
bacco and Floor for sale here or shipment
T. F. PETTUS, President.
W. S. POINDEXTKIi, Cashier,
Feb. 7, 1868-3m.
DRUGS AND D7ESTTJFFS
S. B, STEWART,
PUBLIC SQUARE, CLARKSYILLB,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Toilet
and Fancy Articles, Dyestnffs,
Paints, Oils, Tarnishes, Win
dow Glass, Putty, Brush
cs, Pure Wine! and
Medicines warranted of the best quality.
All will be sold at the lowest prices for cash.
Special attention given to the compound
ing of Physicians prescriptions.
8. B. STEWART.
Feb. 7, 1868-ly
(Successor to J. F. Mchlhope 4 Co.,)
Clarksville, Tennessee, '
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
is am. unos or
Confeclionariet, Foreign aud Domestic
Liquon, Winet, Fruit$ and Nutt.
ITaring returned to Clarksville for the pur
pose of ronming my old occupation as Gro
cer, 1 would solicit from tne citizens ana snr
roundlmr country a share of patronage.
I will keep a full assortment of evety arti
cle in sir line, and am determined to sell at
the lowest CASH PRICES. Highest prices
I am also Agent for the sale of
Wilson Pitt's Celebrated Whiskey!
U. A. KUXH, Agent.
Jan. 26, 1868-tf.
FKES1I BRIGS I NEW DRUGS ! 1
Having pnrchssed the well selected stock of
WEST HEWLETT, and added thereto
I am now prepared to offer, at their stand
every thing asuslly kept in our line, of
TIIE PUREST ARTICLE
Consisting In part of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs,
Window Glass, Glass-ware,
Fancy Articles, Perfumery,
Patt-ut Medicines, Wines and
Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Teas,
Ac, Ac, Ac,
Which I sm determined to sell as cheap
as any bouse in the West, and assure
all that I will give satisfaction, both in price
aud quality. We will sell, Invariably,
In its strictest sense, which will enable ns to
sell at CIIKAP PltlCEts.
TIIE PBESCRIPTI0X DEPARTMENT
Will be attended to by Mr, L. R, Cooper, one
of the best aud mist exierienced prescrip-
tlonists, and notlilng will be compounded but
THE VEEY BEST AETICLES.
Physicians and country merchants areesiec
ially Invited toGIVF US A CALL, before
purchasing elsewhere. We will sell you
good articles at low prices.
IkirSiKn of the Mortar over the door,
Jan. 4, 1866-ly.
CHAS. G. SHANKLIN,
wnoLruui aud setail
April 17, lWia-tf.
Coal Tar and Cokel
For Sale at the CAS WORKS,
ClnrlfMvlllo, ... Tenn.
April 17, 1SS )y
Wa don't want to waste an words about
the extent or perict uuartmeni of Our Stock
of Ooods. The merest superficial glance of"
our kind patrons, who favor ns wlth'a visit,
will suffice to convince the most skeptical
that onr stock is the most Complete in fhUf
section, containing everything iu the differ-'
ent branches of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnish
Ing Goods, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Notions, : ,
That can possibly be allied for.
We have purchased direct from the varl
ons Manufacturers, for Cash, thereby
ooiatntng our UoodS at Bottom figures.
This enables ns to sell at the very Lowest
Our experience during the past Sixteen
years and the knowledge of the wants of
this market, encourage ns to hope fur, and
solicit, your generous pirtrormge.
v e sell prints rrom lor. up; crash i2Je."
Towels 20c. and up ; Bleached and Brown
Cottons 12o. and up, and all other articles
ia like proportion.
Thanking you for the kind catronaara
heretofoie extended to us, we shall endeavor
by strict and prompt attention to merit a
continuance of the same.
March 20, 1888-tt : .
w. m. tandy;.
WHOLESALE AND BIT AIL
o o ox !
FRA NKLIN STREET,
HAVING PROCURED TnK WETX
KNOWN GROCERY STAND, formerly,
occupied by Lewis k Glass, and known as'
the "House Stand," would respectfully in
form the trade that he will keep a
General Stock of Groceries,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WE call the special attentioo of Merchants
to our stock of Staples which we are deter
mined to sell at such profits as will make it
to their interest to give ns a call before going'
YVe will give special attention to all con--
stgnments to our care.
YV. M. TA.YBI.
nAYIXG SECURED TnE SOLE AGEN
CY FOR THE SALE t)F
Tennessee Cnarcoal Iron,
I am prepared to fill orders for all sites of
the above Iron, at manafantnrer's prices. 1
also bare a large lot of their B Iron, which
I will sell nt Pittsburg Iron Prices in this
market, which will be fonnd superior to
Pittsburg Iron in quality. Liberal discoots
will be given to dealers
W. M. TANDY.
Feb. 2, 1867 tf.
D. M. Ql'ARLKS, Principal.
This School will open on the second Mon
day in February, J868, and will close Its
first term at the end of Twenty weeks. The
I'rintiial is a graduate of the University of
Virginia, and has made teaching his business,
exclusively, since leaving that Institution
some Thirteen yearl ago both In Virginia
and at bis residence in this Bute, Notting
The object aimed at by the Principal, wilt
be to prepare yonng men to enter the Uni
versity of Virginia, or any other College, or
fit them for the business of life. The course)
of instruction will be modelled after that at
the University f Virginia, aad, as far aa
practicable, the rams books will be itsed.
Feet per Ttim of 20 VieltIn AJtanct.
English and Primary coarse in Math
ematics 20 00
English and Advanced couiee in
Mathematics 25 00
Languages, each one dollar peruionlh extra.
D. M. QUAULES.
Jan. 17, 1868-tf.
ST. LOUS MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company.
HAVING accepted the Local Agency of
the above Company, I take this method ox
Informing my friends aud acqusintanecs gen
erally that I will give especial attention la
the taking of risks and otherwise represent
ing the interests of the above well known
It is an undeniable fltct that it li the duty
of every man to make some
PROVISION FOR 1IIS FAMILY
fnd especially bis "little ones"), in event
of bis death.
Fully convinced of the stability of this
Company, and their liberal and eiHitabla
manner of doing business, I cheerfully roc-
ommrnd an investigation of Its different
plans before Insuring elsewhere.
J. Ii. YATES, Local Agent.
Dr. W. M FIN LEY, Examiuing PuysU
0. L. RIDDELL. Gen. A n't tor Kentucky
Clark ivilU Rtfertutei.
Qiuirles k Rice, Attorneys at Law.
II. 0. Merrlt, ' mm
B. O. Kcesee, Pies't Montgomery Havings
S. R. Seal.
W. P. Hume, Cashier First National Bank.
Helms k Johnson, Merchants. '
Jan. 17, 1808-tf. . ..i ,
Nushville, Culro and New Orleans
jrj NASHVILLE. ' fl
kill oil Wilxv Sinus, Master, Johns
ilAHcxa, Clerk. Leaves Clarksville fur Cairo
every Frldar, st 8 a. u. leaves Clarksville
for Nashville every Tuesday, at I r. u.
P. A. BYRNE, Agent.
Nashville, Cuiro and New Orleans
- TALL1SMAN. : ' . ,,i
Leaves Clarksville for Cairo ev.
rry hominy, 8 A. leaves Clarksville for
Nashvilla every Thursday, 1 s. M.
P. A. BYUXE, Agent.
Nashville, Cuiro and New Orleans
fc TYRONE. 1 " '
akStlyJ Tn,..HM, llslter, Wash.
iavkk, Clerk. Leaves Clarksville for
Cairo every Wednesday, A. H leaves
Claiksville for Nashville every Sunday, 2 r.
. P. A. BYUNK, AgeuU
Feb. 14, IBRg-Sm.
Ilopkiuivllu, Conservative and Rusaall
vllle II ci all copy 4 weeks, and send bill lo
advert iter. "