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How Farmer irv )Triyv
They tak good; papers .and read
they stwr-p-aocousvU of ferm operax
They do not leave their implement
catterod over tho form, exposed to
rain, snow and heat.
They repair their tools and build'
ingu at the proper time, and do not
sutler a eiiwwKjtiant three-fold cxpen
diture of time and money.
They n their money Judiciously,
And do not attend auction utiles to
purchase air,-kinds of trumpery be
oause it Is "cheap
They bm that thir fences are well
repaired; and their cattle are not
found grazing in1 tha meadows, or
grain fields, or orchards.
They do not refuse to make experi
ments in a small way of many new
They plant fruit trees well, care for
(hem, and of course get good crops.
They practice economy by giving
their stock good shelter during the
winter,. abo good food, taking out all
that is unsound, half-rotten, or
They do not keep tribes of cats and
snarling dogs around their premises,
who eat up mora in a month than
they aro worth In a life time.
Lastly, they read tho advertise
ments, know what is going on, and
frequently save money by it.
Successful farming Is made up by
attention to little things. The far
mer who docs it best earns his money
with best appreciation, and uses it
with best results. 8uch men are the
"salt of the earth." Exchange,
The Fashion la Shoes.
Perhaps the ladles who" would be
ftishionobly attired from head to foot,
an find some hints In regard to the
hoes they should wear, In the follow-
lowing paragraph :
"Ta only correct thing for the
street is the perfectly plain boot in
oft kid, buttoned up-at the side and
moderately high. The very high
Boots are vulgar, and were given up
at raris some two or tnree years ago.
by everybody who Is anybody. Tas
sels or einbroldorv. or anvthlnc nit.
perilous, are equally odious. The heels
iMttid be onlv moueratelv hiarh. and
always of leather, not of wood, for
me street, urtinze boom, and cord
tasscled and embroidered boots with
wooden heels. ( vou can tell the wood.
en heels by the sloping so much under
foot,) are never worn abnmd by any
except nuesuonaoie persons, ana per
sons whose ignorance on matters of
bullion and taste at once causes them
to be tabooedV"
Ta Partly a Boom,
Bet a pitcher of water In aroorrr, and
In a few hours it will have absorbed
all the respired gases in the Mom, the
air of which will become purer, hut
the water utterly filthy. TW colder
the water is, the greater the capacity
to contain tiieso gases. At ordinary
temperature a pan or water win con
sult! a pint of carhonlo acid gas and
several bints of ammonia. The ca
paclty is nearly doubled by reducing
the water to the temperature of ice.
Hence, water kept in a room awhile
is always unfit for uso. For the same
reason, the water from a pump should
always bo pumped up In themorntnir
before any of It Is used. Impure wa
ter is more injurious man impure air,
From Colmau's Rural V.'orld.
A Remedy for Rnake Bite.
I have seen two horses, one cow and
two dogs, that were bitten by rattle
nnakes lust season. In two instances
1 killed the snakes. A very large
Hiiaae on a none wtiiie lie was iiar
netsej to a wagon. I ran to a house
near by, procured a piece of indigo,
tho size of three or fourtrralnsofcorn:
I moistened and softened it with spir
its of camphor, and rubbed It on the
woimrt and drove ou without any
percept! Mo injary to the animal.
Atrouier : a vaiuaiiie rut uoji wits
bitten on the side of his nose
made him howl ami run nmund as If
in great pain ; we applied the indigo
as oeiore, anil ne soon recovered, I
have never known this remedy to fall
nml as ft mnv nnt Iia nrinuifnlln bn,.uf
I triva it fat von for Him ImiiuAt nf uiwl.
of your readers as may be bitten next
snmmer. a rsrnncuiDKR,
Nevada, Mo., ?fov. 10, 1808.
a v r.w weoKa since there were re
reived at the Palermo (Italy) Hospit
al a youiiK man wim a tinu numoron
his leg, wiik-h In tho ent rcndore;
ampututlon necessary. The patient
being very much emaciated, und la
boring under fovor, the operation re
duced mm to a worse state than ever,
and It bccanio apparent that he was
fast sinking, tho pulse being imper
ceptible, tho eyes dull ami the lMly
cum. in hub emergency jr. Alan
xo had r.H"ourse to the transftmlou o
hiotMl as the only remedy that ha
notyi't leen trieil. Two asslstantsof
tho hospital tittered to have their veins
opened for the purpose, and thus, at
two (llU'erent Intervals, JJO grammes
of blood were introduced Into the pa
tient's system. After the first time
Iterdoovered the faculty of sncoch.
and slated that before he could neith
er see nor hear, but felt as if he was
n ving in the air. Ho is now In a fui
suite of recovery.
Tim: rice erop of rim n mines par
ixh, I,u., is hhIcI to be this venrthe
lari:est and lient ever inudc. The rico
planters will ship to aiarketover ',
(kK) barn-lx, 'ZiU poiiiuls ench, of cIchii
five. The sUtfiU'crop of that parUli is
ottxHiteil to amouul to U),iKK) or 12,000
Thk Tott Muster Oeiiornl says,
that the Uovoriimcnt wiw 'fmnkt'il'
out of one million ilnllars during the
reonit cunvius. "ValuuMo nubile
documents' of counto.
Blmllow touching from the pulpit
nml shallow experiences in (lie pew,
tict and n-uet to eiieinler iiu'reio,ln
Kliullownosa both of tloctilnc uiidllle.
A FAHtuoNABi.K portiitlt painter,
when neketl what tne his terms, iu
variably unswers : "I have no scale
if prlfi's. in fact I nonerully leave
it H'ii to the lllxTiillty of in y patrons.
I have hut one rtilo to Ki'blo nioin
tnkliiK likenc.iNes niui that, to Iteeun
ti't, Ik, 'lntiiiUouio U who liatidHome
The deiillsts of (ho United States
linva been holding a eonventlon ftir
tlii pui'iMiHe, as the ehiilnnun eaiil, of
ilevlaiuf minis nieuns wheruliy they
r:li yull tcK''her,
Why Is chlrkcn pie like n Riinsmlth
fH)i? Uei'iuiHo it ontains fowl in
In Mllwixukta they tall a hainess
liiuker a "liorso iiitlllner."
ThlKp Vbllllix, n w In KnVlsnd. says the
enisles m uiet iaiicnM i uaivei-tsity on-
Hit's'H i"ihi, viiniui uitv irtti'riii'ifs or ii
lia UOODEH NUTMEGS
Bodley's Virginia', Wagon
-Was Awarded the , ,
. . . . .
-AT THE "
Montgomery ami Robertson
County Fairs t -
4 J '
At the Latter, attar SPIRITED
CI A IX AT OUR HKPOSITOIU" AND EX
j amine them bvfore puscnastng else-
merw, ana If we do am setisiy you mat
tho Hnt la ! 1'kMMM.vi will uot
ask you to buy.
we riho Keop on nana rroiw nwupy n
Virginia IluRKlm of all styles, shape end
priced, hm warrant an wtri som
na lav aa nmr responsible parties
la the business, ana are perfectly willing
that tne puimo anouia juuue na oy our
eourae In Uie past and deal witn ue acooru-
ingly. . .. .
Auk for tha Bodley wairon ana in rmw
Bodley bunv. and we will allow yon
work npon which we will etakn the reputa-
m 01 me oiueat vnamrsa an u
E. 8. BIIIXGIIIRST & CO.,
M Street, Clarkavllle, Tew.n.
Oct. 28, 18!S-ly
ARTEDVI want a man to take the
V Aui-iu-v for Lloyd's areat Double Re-
yolvlna Maps of Europe and America, with
the 4,0ul) county colored map of the United
Mates on the tmnk. Issued lo-dny. and nee
ded by every family, anhool and library In
tne lanu, Willi paienv reversers, oy wnn-n
either map can be thrown front. Each
map is (Kxiw inenea large, wmi minon
blndlna and double-faced rollers; coat lieu,-
000 and three years' labor. Price So, worth
S30. A email capital win ao to start wmi.
Ill) a copy can lie got for these great ninps.
Hend for circular, terms, Ac. Twenty new
maps uuuer way. j. a. iuiu.
ay. J. T. 1.I.OY1).
P. O. Box 122, Atlanta, Ua. ,
Nov. 27, "es-lm
rHE FIRM OF BUTLER, BKO'8 A CO.,
Iron Manufacturers of Wlewurtcounty,
Tenn., has been dissolved by consent, and
the unilerHlaned will settle tne untiniuliva
business. This Dec. 12, lMtlH.
Deo. 18, lfWfMw
milE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETFORR
JL existing between Vaugbn Wrlalit was
uissoiveuon tne ihi insi. sir. vaugnn nna
tne rigiit to eoueci nuu seuieau aocounis.
Those indebted will plea ne come forward
and make payment, and those having
claims aicainst the firm will present thein
to Air, vaugun aur settlement.
B. P. WKIQUT.
Chancery Bale of Real Estate.
Allison, Anderson; Co., vs. B. 8. Neblott
Rv virtue of a decree made at the October
term, VIS, of the rhancary court at f 'larks
vlllc, I will ofl'er for snleat public auction,
at the oourt house In Clarksville, on Mon
day, January 4th, 18iW,a tract of Land con
taining zoo acres, siuiaiea aooui a nines
from tllarksvllle on the Dover road. It being
the farm on which C. H. Jones now resides.
Terms Mi months credit. Notes with
good security required and a lien retained
for the pun-hose money. No right of re
demption after confirmation.
Ed. H. Steele et als, vs. Jno R. Steele et als.
By virtue of a decree at the Octoberterm,
iHtttf. of the Chnneery oourt at Clarksville,
Tenn., I will otfor for sale, at public auction,
Monday, January 4lh, IWlH.a tiaetof I.iind
of 37 acres, situated smiles from Clarks
ville, at Steele's nprinss, on tne Ainmpius,
Clarksville anil Louisville Railroad. This
land belonas to the estate of Moses Hteele,
and Is adjoining the property of Col. libol-
son. It will be divided Into two trai'ts.
Tfrms 1100 cs.il! on each tract, the Mil
ance on a credit of , 12, IS, 24, 80 and .18
months, with Interest from dete. Ptotes
with ttood security reinlred anil a lien re
tained, llldillnus will Iw openud on the
house tract at 'M, ami on the other tract at
tlf. W. T- tSUACKBLFOKU, C. a 1.
Ilurrtll A. Iloneock's heirs et als, vs. Bar
ren uoroan ei ais.
By virtue of a decree made at the October
term H1S. of Hie Chancery court at Clarks
ville, I will oiler fur sale, at the court house
III Clarksville, on Monday, 4th of January
next, a iraui or lano siumioa in uisirici imo.
' on the south side of Cumberland river,
and known as the Corbandnla farm, which
contains shout 2ttl acres. Tho ml I road sta
tion, Corbandale. isontbis tract, alsoaflue
f lour Mill. naw .Mill, iMora-nouse, eu.
1 kkms J.HHI caHii. and naisnoe fn acreoit
of S, 12, Is and 24 months, with Interest from
date. Notes with good security required
and a lien Retained for purcliose money.
w i nuACBEbrosn, can.
I, D. West vs. P. Weaver, et als. U. B. Ppl
istr vs. James NoUn.elals.
By virtue of a decree made at the Oi'tot)er
term, ISbS. of I ho Chnneery court at Clarks
ville to the alsivn cuiimi. I will otter for
silicon the premises, on Hnlurday, 2l tlsy of
January ncxi, me louowing properiv, viz:
All of the tract of liiml on which Ueorge
Rlarker now resides, In Htewurt cnunly, i x
eeit the residence and H'ii aares attached
thereto, aihmi! si nrs win no sum. inis
land, which Is mostly bottom land, lies im
mediately adjoining Cumla-rlund ( Ity, and
Uon tne raiinuui. ll will neinvineu inn:
moderate slziil larms. And on Monilav
the 4th of January next, I will also s.11 at
rniivllo auction, at tne court house in t larks,
vllle. Teiiii.. a very valuable store-house,
situated on tho east side of Public Hqtiuro
In said city, nils neing tne si'onu ihmin'
from Hi rawnerry Alley, formerly occupied
ov Mat 'lure & ttoiierts as a ury goons sum'.
Tkuhs or H.M.K. lino mid two years'
credit. "Jutes with good security required
and a lien relaineo ror I ne piirenase money,
No redemption afler roiillrmation of Milu,
W T tSUAi kLtuHO, L'ta,
ivcll, MH-prfce W
H. O. W. Ilninilon and wife et als vs T, J
.muiiiuiu el ais.
Bv virtue at adenreemadent the (s-trtber
term. Ivirt. of lliu Chancel T Courl at ( Ini lis-
vine ill nils rMiiw. i w in iiiiiTiii nil i.i i , nuu-
ion at the court House In I'lurKsviue, on
M.tii.litv- llin Jlh if .Innmirv n,.xt s I rant nf
lunil niuta ulna I IK sinn. slliiiitna In Monl-
Kouiery couniy, aojoininK iue proiatri v m
the orphan Asvluin.aiid llie fur in on tile h
U. K. roiton now lives, it Ix'lntf the tract
tioiiithtby l. A. Hal nil of tuuJusepu lliy-
Tkkms. Knouttb enrh to pay costs, and
haliuicnoti a euHllt of I, 2, und i yeurs,
WIIU Interest from date. So reileniptloii.
W T HHAi'Ktl-iroiiu, can.
U A lli'nry ct ills vs. A J Alleiisworlh. 1
In puisunnee of n dwree of the t'hsncery
Court "I 'lurksvllle, made st tbe tk-tuber
tei iii, lsiiH, I will olter at public aiielion al
llio courl houie dnor III Clarksville, on
Mnmliiv, the ll b of J.inuury next, the very
(It'sU'iilOe biillilliia lot mtustiHl iintueexlen
slon of .d CroKs l riet. Just Is-yiaut the res
ident' of Mrs. KoiIiks, tbls 1,,-lny the lot
purchased by A J Alldisworth of U A
I'kiims. 12, 1H and VI month's credit, with
lnti--ist from date, Nnliui with Kootl secu
rity required und a lien ritnined. No ru
deiuplion' W T Hii.u kl.l-follli, t .
IKc 11, 'tis pr fee a4
llryen Stewart vs. Wm H Hopkins,
fly virtue of a ilcre iniele at the Octuticr
terui, Inis, of tlkcCliunci-.v Court st Clarks
ville, I will ohVral pill, lie atiriliin. al llie
eourt hoieui lu CluiW-vllli-, on Munitsy. the
till ilny of .liiiiiisiy nrt,ei'tiiln luu u luls,
known um lots Ns. 5. s, 7 ami i. In W lleox's
ailillllou to tbe Iiiwii of I Inrksvllle ! and
slw iiuotln'i lot wlili li Ih'kiiio ut tbe Junc
tion oi Hi'iinn and M'uu ui, 40
riislwunllv ii,i,ii M, knik-i' s line, i mis wllh j
Main stre-t !!'! fi-et lo Wilcox slnn-l, Ibeli j
allli V ilcox sli'ii-t lii'l i liii'liii to a
liil.o, tiiemv ikIM null)- .i Hiiriuu street,
liieu with hiriuii stii-et o lliels'idiinlnii.
tin Ibis properly is III" splemlid resldemv
Imllt by U It Ismltli and now occupied by H
Ti'ave. a, 1J, 1 and St months' credit.
security roiiulrrd and a Urn retuiutsT tor
Uie pui'cbsjtii uioue) . No lenipllun after
ttini luumw limn ii,". ..win. w,.,a
JOHNSON VICTORIOUS i
The Effect Felt In
HELMS & JOHNSON
Nothwithtlsnding tos political ilate of
the country, ws srs receiving and opetilng
the largest ljck of 1 -
we bare ever brought to tbii market. Our
lock will, In very short time, be full and
complete, and consist In part of the follow
ing articles :
FANCY AND BLACK SILKS,
Poplin", Alptceas, Bo
rages, and all , new
styles of Fancy Dress
Plain, striped and
dotted Swiss; Jacko
nets, Cambrics, Mall
Bd Nanaook Muslins,
plain and striped; tin-en-
Sheetings, . IriHh
Linen, Napkins, Tow
els, Table Linen, eta.
We have a large lot of
BROWN AND BLEACRED MISLIXS,
Bought Before the Bise;
10-4 and 11 4 Bleached
and Brown Sheetings; 4, 5
and C I Pillow Muslins;
Irish Liuens, 4, 5 and 6-4
wide ; Dress Trimmings,
Buttons, and everything of
the kind new; Linen Hand
kerchiefs, Embroidered and
Laca do.; Jackonet and
Swim Edgings and loser
tings; with many other ar
ticles in this Hue too te
dious to mention.
Oar Stock of
'Wltsilo-w NlnleH, XCto
will be lure and varied.
call special attention to cur
lllucla uutl Fancy
Cloths and Cassimeres
And in fact everything that is usually sold
in a first class Wholesale House,
As Low as any other Estab
lishment in the South.
Cwiiie aud examine, and if yon ara not
pleased we will not ask you to bay.
IV Ir. .Tolin J. llolme
will reaisla in Kw York for sometime, and
- .. ..
I add to Uie stock every week.
DfLMS it jomsfl.
New Establishment 1
f-r AVfc&fl nOT'GHTOCf SltBROTrtEtt.
II U 'Weill, I would Inform the public
tii at 1 will carry on the business at the same
Cor. Strawberry Alley and 1st Crosi.
Believing my role is a linkers end my
forte, not tnat or iwn'irai vui a urooors,
my chief prldo and ambition will hence
forth be to
Bake the Best Bread!
ieep the Best Stock of Groceries I
And sell them Cheaper- than any
onse In the City I
Trill house will continue, aa heretofore,
to be the lareest dealer in Family Flour In
Ctnrssvllle. The cholcebramtsof this will
be always kept on nana and priced as low
aa at the mills. In
THE LIQUOR DEPARTMENT
tur I can beat anybody I "
llavlna on hand the oldest', best. bl-
wlnes. Whiskey. Hum. Oln, etc., to be found
an vwhere. Home of these were bouaht be
fore the war. and I have some ef the lilon-H
tleal beverage that made King Iiavld, or
Diessea memory, cut eucn inniasue capers
before high Heaven and the daughter of
In the Bakery Department
promise to take the shine off of every
other concern of the kind In Clarksville,
both in the superlo
Cakes and their or,
highest stvle of art. both as to condition
and transportation, at the doors of my cus
tomers. I'artlrsaud Weddings can be sup-
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
ISt CASH. FOIt COUNTRY PRODUCE.
" Breathes thore a man with soul ao dead
Who never to himself hath said
Weill's the best and cheapest hoose In town?
ir auoh there be, go mark hlin well, i
For him no minstrel's raptures swelL" '
Respectfully, , .
Clarksville, April IT, 1888.
To the Citizens of Clarksville and
T Wlrt'I.U (STATE THAT I HAVK JUST
s ruturneil rrom tns ristern cities wtin I
fiirue stiK'k of tlie lHst hrund of Krench t'al
Kkins, toaetlier with a very In run stock of
material of every kind for niuiiurHciunns
GOOD BOOTS AND SI10ES,
of the liitest styles, all of which I houglit
tor cioili. wliii-li enables inn to innke all
kinds of Boots and hlicaisat itri-atly rtwlucod
prlewk A lariie stock or iituale work ou
hand, which 1 warrant, at greatly reduced
All uiendlna doue with neatness and dis
patch. Willi many thanks for the liberal natron.
sue, formally years, ot my old friends and
cnstoiners, t most reseclully solicits oo"
tluuaiico of lliesumt).
Boots and Shoes.
Gentlemen seslillns In the country, by
Mrullv examtnliia tne followlna cuts. can
take their own mceeure, ami send to the
old and well known Hi Hit aintHhoe Klund of
John Kick, west nine ruoiicmiuaie.l Is4 ka-
Villi), IsunsiMii, a uen a
(00D. FIT WILL DK CI ARANTIID,
If properly taken by the following
Directions for Measuring the Foot.
tlrtt. I'liuw tha foot on a piece of paper
anil l race uirniHin w. ,-,,.
which will aive the length aud spread of
the loot, as shown tn flgure A.
M..,w,l. Mukst he fol lowing measurements
l,.i. and fracllous. with luisi measure, as
shown in ngure ,visi t
Ist.-Tlic lisll of the loot, I 7.
!. The low Instep. I Jk.
S.I. The hlKh Instep.
Cl. I lls lieid.
Slh. Tho calf.
J0H.v II f K.
r- v J
Of I. VI 1 .'I 'MU
CAURlAGEy BUGGY AND
rranklin Street, CLARgSVILLE, TENIT, '
I- Would call the attention of m friends and tba malic to m lanra Hock ef Buirrv.
Csrrisg and Wagon "ork now on band, direct
and E. Hayes k C, Wbeeling, Va, embrtclng
rnaeton w a skeleton milky, Including their celebrated New Style Prince Albert Fam
ily BaejlTy, which for comfort, esse and convenience, stand at tba bead of all Bupgies,
and tbtir bteel Tire Light work, for young awn, fast driving, ate. 1 challenge Uia Buggy
wona tor its superior. . t .
la reference to workmanship, style, (fiHrintee, etc, 1 will say that I hare, during tba
last sixteen years, sold la Bootbera Kentucky
wore, ami ra loose woo nave Dougni ana
city, I would refer yon. being willing that tba
undemanding, if yon or your friends should
is us to give sausiactioa, you will conrer a special favor on the maaaracturen by calling oa
me and having It repaired by Baker k Bro, of this city, at their expense, or penult na to
tirrsD Took aoNtv Oxtii tod a asTisrita.
"rices as low as any fi rat-class work in any
Sole Asrent for Sonthern
P. 3. I would caution my friends and tbe
parties claiming to sell this work., Tbe manufacturers bava but one agency for Koutbe
Kentucky and Middle Tennessee.
ISENSTELN & DORTCH
CIGARS MADE TO ORDER
FINB CIGARS, AT KEW YORK PRICES!
1SENSTEIN k DORTCH.
Feb. 7, 1868-lr 1
Pianos, Organs, School and Mis
ceuaneons books, ciauun
err. Sheet Music, Peri
odicals, Tlolln and
Guitar brings, etc., etc.,
. . (Siga of tbe Gold Ten,)
. Franlcllia Street.
CLARKSVILLE. - - TENN.
We arc airents for the justlv celebrated
"WEBEK" l'lAKOS. which are now ac
knowiedired bv all tbe First Musicians
of New York and tbe Directors of CoDatr-
VStorlcS Of MuSlC in Mew York aad
Brooklyn to be the Best rianoFOTtes
manufactorcdor their treat power, bril,
liaocjr end purity of tone, elasticity- ef touchj
and erent durability, weaiso can attention
to Uie C0N0VJCK BKO'B. riiRUS, wuicu
are manufactured rzpressij lor ooutuern
markeu sod will stand tbe clirueK Iticj
need no praise as tbeie ara ore! " Irteeit
Thousand in use. Tbey are manufactured
bv one of tha lavirest bouses Id Kvw Ioik
and have all valuable improvement, Inclad-
1110- the airrulffl. Bv special contract, we
are enabled to sell thera lower than many
other first class instruments.
ill Pianos dellvf red at Manufactu
rer's rricrs, ana Krpt in rune one
tear without rliartce. '
wa reier ail tnose uesrruns oi snowing
whether we give satisfaction In our Sales to
Hv. J. II. West. Rev. A. IJ. Sears, Ueo. VV
Iiillmsn. Geo. U. Warn eld and T. D. Scott,
' Wa ara agents lor
J, KSTKT & CO.'S CELKDRITKO TBI
M0L0 ORG A. 8,
which wt sell at FACTORY rRICBJ.
We rail the attention o Country Mer
chants to oar facilities in luruishing them
School Books Stationery
J. F. CONOVKR will promptly attend te
orders for Piano Tuning, and guarantees sat-
We ret am thanks for the encouragement
received thus far, and bopt to merit a cou
tlnusnce or tbe same.
March 30, 1868-tf.
BOOKS ! BOOKS I I
F. M. DOUQHERTTS
I would call tba attention of the public gei
trally, to my alock of Books, Jtc, ,
just purchased, vis:
Jt'VKMI.K UOOKS, ,
I will sell as low as anybudy la tba Slate
Cash Paid for K16S.
F. X. DOICUKRTT.
Franklin Street, Opposite the Court
WAGON REFOSf TOST J
from the factories of Buibey, Lltlla Ca
all thetr varlons styles, from tha finest
and this State, over three hundred Jobs of
osea it. inciHuins? me lirerr men or mis
work shall answer fur itself. With this
bny any of this work, and by fair esaga- it
Kentnrkr and Middla TmimM.
public against peddlers and irresponsible
FOX & SMITH,
RON, GTINS, CUTLERY,
WAG ON TIMBERS, &C,
SIGN OP BIQ PADLOCK,
TTAVINQ MAT)R LARGE ADDITIONS
A to our stock, we take great pleasure In
iklna our frlenils and the Duhlicannrallv
to call anl rxainlnu Kooils and prlosa.-
Our stock of
is full such, aa
and all other Implements used ou tbe form,
our siova oi
BLACKSXITHS' C1RPESTKES, C00P'
EES' AND SnOESAKERS
TOOLS AND MATERIAL
13 LAIIGE AND COMPLETE.
We keep all siaea of
Used by Wagon and Plow Makers.
Double and Single Shot Guns,
Rifles, Pistols, Powder, Shot
Caps, Wood and Willow
Ware, Children's Wag. -ons,
Carts, Ac, Table
and Pocket Cutlery,
Horse and Scrub
terns. Whips, - 1
Leather, Saddlery Hardware it
0I A SMITH.
Oct. a, Mfc-ly
Citizens of Montgomery and
lrrR HAVK OPENKI) OUR E W IM,
V Donation of a beautiful aud elegaul
DltESH GOODS !
Flannels, Blankets, Table
Our Stock or Ladies' ana
Gents' Shoes and Boots
Is larger than rvrr beforsi, marts of the nt
m.i.,rliLl hv nrst-lass workmen. In lustton.
Hxtclal a'lUintton has bosn paid to OUT
large aasoriuiuiii, ui
MATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, SHIRTS,
,iu ir, nra anni.KSl nnVred at mnnu
nu turera' oost, eituwr soparata or for tbe
To eonntry merchants, we offi'r our stock
for i JM as low aaanr houm Oils side uf
Nw Vol S. we oujr irom ine nr-i
llshmenU In Boston sua new ii,
--.u ....... - .. . I . .,.im ulv.nlAJJM Wllit'l
enalils us to suDslantlate tbe uiollo, 'Llve
nur klinl patrons will always find nollUi
salusnion, ami rewlve prompt altonlloii.
ah - - - in.iiwi iii r si.lisiiiien srs wsi.
I'rum Isawswa, A. klsss, and Hostert
A.IsI.Vi'mK superintends oar branch at
October Is, lsus-tf
OHIO YALLET WHITE LEAD
lIHIS.Sf BOOSBAEEE COrrop's
nAVIKA JT'MT COM FLFTKO THE
eraullon of tbe lars ami suosi com
pi.'Ls Uiad r aittory In tbs wosU.ni aonulry,
wo are pn'id to Oil erdan prouutiy lor
I In oil, Ac, Jui.at the lowest Htaiiufafturors'
ist. Yrirr ll,t furul-lir l on appllr'l"H.
FREOH & COURTS,
Iron, ,.. '
FIELD SEEDS 1
, At the .
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
srfs mud mmr .
FKECII sit COrBTB.
May (, ues-tL -
(FORMERLY MOORE'S HOTEL) ,
CLARKSVILLE, - TENN.
ITavlna taken cbarsa of Ibis House and
refurnished it throughout with new furni
ture, I an now prepared to accommodate
regular bc?.rders and transient guests in as
good style as any in tue oiste.
Attached to tba House, ts a nne
supplied with eirgsnt tables snd furniture
and will ba kept by an attentive and accoin-
There is also adjoining the office of Uia
that cannot ba surpassed in point of neat-
nrm by any Institution of tho kind in tha
country, which will at all times ba supplied
witb the most choice Liquors, Wines aud be
which will ba waited oa by experienced and
attentive barbers, la well fitted up with all
furniture appertaining to a first class Barber
Prices will be ss low as any other bouse
of tbe same class. A portion of the public
patronage la respectfully solicited.
CLAY BUUEUTS, Proprietor,
Feb. 38, '68-lt
DRUGS AND DYESTUFJS
S. D. STEWART,
PUDLIC SQUARE, CLAEKSVILLE,
Drugs, Medicines, Cbemicals, Toilet
mid Fancy Artlcl s, Djrestnffs,
Faints, Oils, Tarnishes, Win
dow Glass, futty, Brush,
os, Pure Mine and
Medicines warranted of the best quality.
All will bs sold at tbe lowest prices fos cash.
Hpecial attention given to tha compound
ing of 1'liysiclans prescriptions.
S. B. STEWART.
Feb. 7, 1868-ly
GSV-A.. KOTII, Au'U
(Successor to J. F. Mehlbop t Co.,)
B Clarksville, Tennessee,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
IS All, KINDS Of
CbnfcrtionaricM, Foreign and Domettic
Liquor, Wine, Fruit and Nut.
ITstIbb relarned to Clarksville for the par-
nose ef rrsomine mv eld occupation as tiro.
cer, I would solicit from tbe citisens aud sur
rounding country a share or patronage.
I will keep a fall assortment of tvety arti.
cla tn my line, smd am determined to sell al
tba lowest CASH FttlCES. Highest prices
paid fot ,
I am also Agent for tha sale of
Wilson ritt's Celebrated Whiskey I
U. A. ItOTil, Agt-ut.
Tan. 38. 1868-tf.
w. a. saiNoucwiT, tm.
t. It. SKLL.
BRINGIIURST & CO.,
(Successors lo Bailey, Bringhniw Jt Co.) .
Vliolessle aad Itetait '
Oil O CEItS ,
Jt And Dcslsrs In ,
Virginia Tobacco, llarana Cl
Corner Market aad Fraaklla
Clarksville, Tenn. -
.Ytt keep constantly oa hand a large as
STAPLE AND FANCY
which wa ara dvtcrtuiutd to sell at tha
LOWEST MARKET miCE,
sad only ask out friends to oat! aud axaoilus
lor themselves. '
V7. XX TaIITDY,
WH0I.MAL1 AM 4ITAIL
KNOWN GROCERY STAND, fbrmerlr
occupied by Lewis k Olasa, and known as
tha "House Stand," would respectfully In
form tba trade that ba will keep a
General Stock of Groceries,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WE call tha special alien lion of Merchants
to our stock of Staples which ws ara deter-
mined to sell at such prolits as will make it
lo tnetr interest 10 ftvs as a call be."bre going
We will tire special altontioa to all Con
signments to our care.
TENNESSEE I BON. t
n.WIXQ 8ECCRED TUB SOLE AGE..
C Y FOR TITS SALE OF
Tennessee Charcoal Iron,
I am prepared to All orders for all sites of
tba abore Iron, at manufacturar'a priors. - i .
alas bare a large tot sf thsir B Iron, which
1 will sell at fittsourg Iron Prices la ibis
market, which will ba round so peri or to
Pittsburg Iron la quality. Liberal diaconts
will ba given, to dealers
" W. Jf. TANDY.
Feb. I, 1867 tf. y
ST. 10CIS MUTUAI 5
Life Insurance Company.
HAVI2CQ accepted tha Loral Agency or
the abore Company, I take this aisttod ot
informing mj friendgandacqitainUncea gen
erally that I will give especial attention In
to taking or risks and otherwise represent
ing tba Interests af tha brra well known-
It is an nndeniabla fact tbst it is tbs duty'
of every aaan to make soma
PROVISION F0K BIS F1MILT ,
fsnd especially bis "little ones"), la event
of his death. '
Fully convinced of the stability of this
Company, and their liberal aud eauitabla
manner of doing business, I cheerfully rec
ommend an Investigation of its different
plans before Insuring elsewhere.
J. Ii. T A Its, Local A (rent.' .
Examining Physicians! Ikrs. W. M. Flu-
ley, K. II. Walton, N. i- Thoruss.
0. L. R1DDELL, Uen. Ag't fur Kentucky
Quarles k Rice, Attorneys st Law.
H. u. Merrit, - ' -
B. O. Keesea, Pres't Montgomery Saving,
S. B. Seat.
W. P. Hume, Caslitrr First National Bank.
Helms k Johnson, Merchants. '
Jan. 17, 1808-tf.
STATE INSURANCE fOMPANT,.
Well Tried and Sellable.
W. J. THOMAS-
OFril'E-wcond National Ilank building
lursh aoor;, ioiirRstriol,
O. II. JONES .
L o o a I Agent, ' '
April 17. lSus-tcY
' THE MONTGOMERY ''
A Bnuklng Institution, Incorporated
oy aci or too Legislature or
Tennes so in Oeceu
Will be opened for business on the ISlti of
January, 1BII8, in the building West aide of
Ilia Palais Square, one door North ol tha
First Neltoaal Bank, CUrksvllle.Teun.
This Bank will deal in foreign aud Do-
mestiu Bills of Exvliange, (iold and Bilvsr
Hullloa. ivcelve di-posile, aud do a geurral
. u. hujiu;, I'rcsiucut, ,
A. IIowetx, L'nsiiler.
Jan. 10, 1808-tf '
D. II. Quarles, Principal. , ,
Cut. B. 0. Whitehead, Associate. ,
fpHKSW'OND TKHM Or TIUH (sCHOOI.
A a III tx'Kln ou Momlay, llie 71b of Hpu.
It-nitNir, loo, 111 niewart I ol leas bulMIng,
sml close at the end of twonly works.
iioiuoi ins is ikiis ara araouiitea of tlm
tjiilvsrsllv of Vlrslula. Slot hsvs tn.ilu
tenchhiK thrtr 1usrnis, eacluslvnly siitva
ii'uviii inui insiiiui inn kiiii tiitrti'sn
rears ago wrta la Vlinlnla und In mis
The ntilHTt aimed at.
will tie to prt psr,
vuiina uien to enter the L'ulversltv of "
lima, or any oiin'r v oiivk", or ni tnvin lor
lie linslnnss of llft. The eourse of liislriu--
lion will Iw aioili'led after that al the I ul
verslty of Vlrlnla, and. us (nr as pructlcu.
ble, tho same books will ou used. .
ses ptr Term a W tcn ktJ Advant.
Enallsh and lrlmury course In Msth-
einulh'S ....J oa
Kiisll.h and Advsiued uouraa In
Muthematlos... V W
lAuauaaos, eaek oue dollar tier month ex
tra. D, M. Ut'AULLM. ,
Aug . 28, 'l)S-iu.
NKWI.Y DIKtllVKItKO TflANMPAn
nt tsirbonlu'd cuarls. eoiial In brll-
ancy Ui the rt'al Ulumoiid, ihouiiUhI as our
owu uuHorjr, in ariisiin uiuiiioimi sttiuoff1,
ssllluas, u.inul Una aold, and sold bjr
us st one-lift lolli lliuoost of rrul iliiaoomls.
to wtalvh limy ara vu.ua I lu every rt'sici
exw-pt lnlrlnslo valuu.
Molliolrf K.sr-drot, per pair, Sfl units;
Holllalrs Klimsr-rli.gn, t uutl SIH lolllalro
Uvnls' liosom Pins, Sii, IH, IHI, Sir., fS)t
Hulltslra dents' Minds, pur aut, 1, St.. lis
fluster ivnu' tuisoia rins. flu ami
Oviiis' t'lu.u-r liosoi.i Pin ulili tail, ,10
( Insiiir I'm and t.ar-rli.K, klu aud i
Clusiiir Cross, s, f lv and sio 1 1 luatur I'tiws
Husoiii 1'lu aud Kur-rliius. t.o pud S -a, 1
tluiir Flngor rlinss, ,sa, SIO aud ll
WOrdei loss tl.su Sn must bs accuiups.
nl.ul altlia rost-oiutwiirdHr.aud tun kIs
unt fro. Ordurs xurodlaa lunt amouul,
by tipiisn, lor collw:llon 00 dcllvui j , cus
tom. oaylnti all saprvss disrsim,
1UV In. Addrs,
JAM t T. XI ON lUif. A f O..
Tmix.ilv,. so 'I MuauMitiiri rs, llt Hrns t-
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