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FIUtlAY, OCTODKll 23, ,
U" OlnmicJ Oi&e nxr IV V. Dry fly's Stofe.j
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if-- Personal a mttxe plain talk a
new Volume. Two more numbers' after
thii present one, will complete this yolume,
and we call upon our friends to come for
ward and give us their names, npon our
subscription list. We would be highly
gratified to commence the next volume
with doublo the present subscription. If
our friends will use a littlo exertion in our
behalf,. in the next three weeks, wo know
this ean be done.
Let every subscriber consider himself
an agent, and a committee of one, for pro
curing subscribers for as in the next three
weeks. We will give an extra copy to
each ferson 'who will send us ten cash
subscribers, to be added to our list be
sides it will enable us to give our readers
& better and more readable paper. Come,
friends, let lis hear from you.
The saying is eo old, that it has nearly
passed into a proverb, tbt "the papers of
Clarksville are not worth subscribing for."
Admitting this to be true, who is to blame?
Well, we beg leave, respectfully, to say,
that the people and not the printer be
cause the printer has been so poorly pat
ronized that it was impossible to make
any great Improvement in the matter or
execution of his Journal. ' On the one
hand, aomo object to the price asked for
the Chronicle, which is two dollars, and
say, "why I can get such-and-such a paper
from the North, for one dollar a year, which
contains a little of everything, and is much
larger than" yours." We grant it-but let
us ceo how this is. The Northern paper
spoken of has, perhaps, some 50 or 60,000
circulation which amounts to 50 or ?G0,
000, while your home paper has the enor
mous circulation of six or seven hundred 1 1
which at $2 each, amounts in the sum tc
til to $12 00. Now, the difference is just
this folks that seldom think of paying
for their home paper, never think of sen
ding on their names for a Northern pub
lication without inclosing the money for
said paper t' e result is, Northern prin
ters, with their large, cash list, are ena
bled to procure steam facilities to do their
1st or, while wo poor devils have to put
clltow-gre'ise, on a credit, in competition
Those are "truths self-evident, to any
who will give the matter a moments' re
flection. We hope our friends will look
into this matter, and come up and aid us
in publishing a paper that will bo an hon
or to our city. If tl e people of this and
tlio adjoin'ng counties will it, it can be
See first page for a variety of misccla
n!Ous roiulinp 2nd pago for editorial
3rd and lth for interesting advertisements.
To gain a knowledgo of tho writing tal
ent of business men, always read their
advertisements. We can boast of ours, at
least in one respect, they are free from
One of tho most beautiful and tastefully
improved residences in our city, is that
lately eroctcd for Mr. T. MeCulloch, on
Madison street. All the work is of the
vory best, and most modern style.
Tho carpenters work by W. S. Meltey
nolds k Co., the Painting by W. L. Gar
diner, the brick work by W. K. Lutcr k
. Co., and tho Flustering by S. Kellogg.
Tho different workmen seem to vie with
each other in their construction of this
building. The location is in the prettiest
portion of our city. This building does
great credit to the mechanics who did tho
work, and fully sustains the conceded good
taste of its enterprising owner. May Mc.
nd his household long live to enjoy the
c Jin forts of this elegant mansion.
"Mine dost" of tho Washington Hotel,
has had tho houso newly painted put up
an attractive sign, and made other improve
' monts, whioh give tho whole concern an
inviting appearance. Mr. Moore knows
how to provide for his guests, and unless
he has changed, wo know that he does so.
Wo wish he may always have plenty of
hungry mouths to fill, and enough to fill
What has become of the "Montgomery
Guard?" This is a quebtion often pro
pounded to us, but one wo cannot answer.
We hope they have not suspended. Hring
oat tho drum and fife and see. if a "Cor
porals' Guard," can bo paraded. Wo would
be gratified to see this fine looking com
pany resuscitated. A well drilled milita
ry company would add much to tho inter
est of our city, lle-orguiiize boys, ro-
It will be seen, announced in another
place, that Mr. John M. Wisdom of New
Orleans, died in that city, on tho l'Jth in?t
Mr. Wisdom was, for many years, a citi
en of this placo, but, for 8 or 10 years
put, 1as been a resident of New Orleans
a number of tho well-known houso of
Hewitt, Noiton k Co. No particulars
ttowouriiing his death, other than that ft
was very mi-Mo , I ave been r.vcived. "
Suck our last issue, the Union ard the
Planters', and all the FrecBanks in Nash-villo.-rnaiiiely,
the Merchants, City, Tra
ders, Bank of Commerce, Bank of the Un
ion, and the Bank of Middle Tennessee,
at Lebanon, have "suspended specie pay
ment. The notes of all of them though
are still current as before, and are all good.
They suspended specie payment as a mat
ter of policy, as the three old Banks did,
and not from any inability to sustain them
Wo have not beard what course the Free
Banks in Memphis, will pursue when ad
vised of the action of those at Nashville ;
but we think it probable that they and all
other Banks in the State, will also suspend
from liko motives of prudence and policy.
The Bank of America and the North
ern Bank, both located here, are still pay
ing specie, and we do not know whether
they will suspend or not If they do, it
will bo only because all tho other Banks
have done so, and in consideration of the
policy that moved them to do it. They
have certainly proved that they are enti
tled to the highest confidence.
Our friend McCormac,: has attained to
the ne pint ultra point, in the art of Da
guerreotyping and photographing. All
who feel any interest in the fine arts, wheth
er they want to invest anything in it or
not, should call at Mr. McCormao's galle
ry, and see to what great perfection he ha
arrived, in his profession ; and those who
want a first-rato portrait of themselves or
friend, should at once avail themselves of
Mao's ability to furnish the very best.
He has supplied himself with everything
necessary to his profession, and is pre
pared to tako photographs of every sise
from miniature to life-size; and has se
cured the co-operative service of an ex
cellent portrait painter, to color them from
the living subject, and flius secure as good
if not a fur more accurate portrait than
cm be procured in any other way.
Mr. McCormao' continues to furnish pic
turcs of very other kind, of tho very best
quality, and at low prices. In fact he can
furnish good likenesses at prices ranging
from ono to one hundred dollars.
His gallery is on the second floor of the
building next to the Northern Bank.
We will take Flour, meal, bacon, wood
and oilier vegetables, in payment for new
subscriptions to the Chronicle. Now
friends, as most of our paper currency is
not passing freely, bring along your pro
duce it will bo taken at par.
Rkad the advertisement of J. W. Dol
b' ar, in another column. Mr. D., pro
poses to teach a class in Penmanship, so
soon as he can procure a suitable room.
He has been engaged in teaching in Nash
ville for a considerable length of time, and
has given satisfaction, as the testimonials
he brings fully show. This is a fine op
portunity for tho ladies and gcutlemcn of
our city to learn to use the pen with case
"Delvoe Fire Comtanv No. 1" Pur
suant to a call mado in our last, a portion
of tho members of this company assem
bled at their hall on Saturday night, and
with the names of several new members
openod a new roll. The election of offi
cers was postponed until next Saturday
night, at which time they will hold anoth
er meeting. Let all of the old members
a tend and as many new ones as possibly
Wo were present at the last meeting,
and wo state with much pleasure, that it
promises to be ono of the most useful com
panies that we have ever had. The mem
burs gave satisfactory evidence, that so
long as they shall bo able to secure tho aid
of tho citizens and property holders, the
course of tho company would bo onward
and upward. We hope the citizens gen
erally will lend their united aid in sus
taining its best interests, and in showing
to our firemen that they fully appreciate
their arduous and useful labors.
W.M. W. Valliakt informs bis patrons
and the public generally, in to-day's pa
per, that ho has a vory largo and varied
assortment of Dry goods in store, and can
fully supply their wants in that line. Mr.
V., is an experienced merchant, and Lis
purchases aro mado so as to enable him to
sell at low figures. His storo-room is Mo
Koin A Bailey's corner, nearly opposite
the Market House. Call in and see him.
Ma. E. SrunaiER, formerly of Grays
villo, Ky., has taken charge of the Plan
ters' Houso in this city. We speak from
experience when we say, Mr. Spurrier
spreads a tablo that will fully satisfy the
t isto of tho daintiest epicure.
'Eagle Fjre Company No. 2." We
understand that the members of this com
pany nre now having their Engine repair
ed, which has been out of order for the
last mouth or two. May their careor be
long and useful as It has ever been.
Tuehk was a great run mado upon the
Franklin House the other day, about din
ner time. Col. Smith is kept quite busy
in neeniii'luodaling the largo crowd, that
fall to sue him. Success to you Colonel.
A avH's, Vice, Bellows, Stocka and Diea.
Cat, Shear, German and Blister Steel.
Shovels, Spade. Hoe, rake and Folks."
Hammer, HatchoU, and File.
Carpenter Coopera', and Blacksmiths' Tool.
Circular Saw and Saw Mandril.
Mill, Croee-cut, and Hand-Saws.
Axe, Nalla, Chain, and Hemes,
Alio, a large assortment of Gnna, Rifle,, and Fiatolai Tablo Knives and Fork,; Pocket Knives, Scls-
aors, end Shears, of erery Anristy.
Forming In all the Largest Variety and moat Extensive Stock of the kind ever oftVed to the Nesh
vilie Trade or surrounding eoontry; all of which we now offer at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
to CH Buyers or Paonrr-rATiNQ Ccrrouisa on Six Month,' Time. We will from now on til De
cember lt offer extra Inducement to Cash Buyers,
Country itiercnant visiting the market to our unuiuauy large iioca oi cage i oota. nuni and Uullery.
Respectfully, McCALL, VANLEER & CO.,
Oct. 2, '57-tf . 44 Soath Market Street, Sign of the Big Padlock.
THE COMBINATION PATENT PORTA-
BLE STEAM SAWMILL.
Thi Mill I fast coming Into nae In every ectin of this country, Canada, Cabs, and Booth Amer
ica. ' It baa received the endoraement of several thouaand experienced lumber manufacturer, and la
pronounced by alt who hare examined It operation, to be the moat simple, efficient, and practical ma
chine for the purpoae ever produced Ol the large number of iheea milla bow in operation, wa de
fy any person to point to a alngla ono of them that haa failed to five perfect saliafaction.
Description of the First, or Smallest size.
A will he eeen from the engraving, the lower pert of the mill la eompoeed of a simple frame, the
timber of which are about eight Inches f qnare, either of oak or other hard wood, securely fastened
together with strong iron bolt. Thi, framework la 7 feet long, 7 teet deep below the bed piecea, and
9 feet wide. The main shaft I 3l Inche in diameter, and the driving pulley S3 inches in diame
ter, and 9 inch face. The pitman wheel ia of aolid iron, and ia three feet in diameter.
The pitman ia of iron, fonr fret long, and I connected with the aaw by an oecilUting croa head.
Thi arrangement of the elide and croa head, which baa lately been patented, ia the only plan we
have ever aeen by which the saw conld be made to play up and down, with the desired rapidity, with
out grating and heating. It aecures a uniform bearing on all pari, without regard to the position of
tiie aaw, and when the saw ia once fastened at th bottom, it never ha to be altered to auit any alt
teratlon In the rake, and even though It should not hang plumb, the guide piecea will adjuat them
salvee. Thia ia a very important object Reined, for under all th old arrangements, any luaccuracy
In the hanging of the saw cause great friction and consequent deatructloa of machinsry.
The carriage run npoa amall friction wheel, four inche in diameter. Thu It move with lea
shake, leas noise, and lee friction, and consequently requiring Iru power than in the old way. -
The saw used I of cast steel, 19 inche wide, and? feet long, Sufficient for ail loga under i feet
In diameter. .
The new arrangement at the upper end of the aaw consist of tlide mado to be lowered or raised
to auit tha size of the log. The aaw I guided at the lower end of thi did by mean of two wooden
glbaraud the upper end of the aaw la Fastened to two metallic block, which play up and down in the
frooves, a teen in the engraving. The whole arrangement about the saw, both at the top and (he
ottom, lao perfect, that tba aaw glide up and down, with It wonderful apeed almoat aa quietly
and easily aa though it were running only In oil. It haa been tho study of mechanic for year to
produce something that would do away with the oecesaity of a training a aaw ia an upright mill,
and, we believe, that object haa never been fully attained until the discovery of the preseut plan.
Tha locomotive boiler is ten fret long, containing 44 tubes, 2L luchea In riiametor and 6 feet
long. Tha ahell ia 34 inohe in diameter; tha firebox, 36 Inche long and 28 Inche wide amok
pipe, 18 inches In diameter and about 30 feet long. Thi boiler may be rated aa about 15 horse power.
The cylinder boiler is 36 Inches In diameter, 20 feet long, with 3 flue 13 inche In diameter, and
posseaaea a generating capacity of about 18 horse power.
PORTABILITY AND FREIGHTAGE.
The mill and power as described above, all complete, with the exception of the bed piece and
woodwork of tho carriage, with tb locomotive boiler, weighs about 5, tons, with cylinder boiler
about 6 ton aa follows:
Cylinder boiler, with itsconnections, 4,500 lbs. Locomotive boiler, with Its connections, 3.50T lbs.
Engine, with its connections, 3,8001b. Mill, with its connections, 4,70 I be.
Tbia machinery is regarded as rood freight, and may be forwarded without trouble, either UDon
ear, steamboat, or any other method, to any section
HOW MUCH IT WILL DO.
The speed of this mill is about three hundred strokes of th saw per minute, and the feed from
i to i f an Inch for eveiy stroke, depending apoo the chancier of the timber. Thua, ata medium
speed, the saw would cut through log twelve feet long in from one to two minute. From this
duta anv practicnl man, knowing the character aud sue of the Ions, their convenience to the carri
age, etc., can make a very correct estimate what the mill will accomplish la any given time.
From the various atatementa of different parties uclng these mills, w calculate that from 3,000 to
3,500 feet is about an average twelve hours' work In ordinary lumber.
I wo men Hre uinciein to auena una nun, when the logs are convenient to the carriage. Mil
power requires about two barrels of water per hour; any amall ip.lng or well affords a sufficient quan
Wa furnish these mill and powers, as deaoribed above, including all tli screws, bolts, belting,
grate-bars, saw, supply-pump, wrenches, crowbars, aud everything necessary for running, excepting
the two long bed pieces and tha woodwork of the carrliiie, the whole put up and boxed, and delivered
in di. IjOuis, tor j
The togmeuis and friction wheels furnivhed for the carriage ara sufficient to saw logs 24 fret long.
An extra length will be sent when desired, aud an extra charge mads of two dollar per foot. Draw
ings end full explanations are sent with each mill, also a perfect model, and no one ean fail to put it
up and run It without trouble. The r ghtto use i always lucludid In the sole of every mill.
This mill is constructed on th same plan as the other, and ia about one-third larger aud heavier,
ft require more power to drive it to Its full speed. and will aaw a much larger amount in any given
time. The saw is eight feet In knglh, sufficient
I'he engine la a 9 inch cylinder, and 2inch stroke.
feet 4 inches long diameter of the ahell, 38 Inches
tubes, 3 Inches iu diameter and 8 feet long and all
1 ne cynnaer uoucr luruixneu wun me aoovs engine la ii luc.ne, iu diameter and xu If el long, witn
two flues, furnace front, smoke-pipe, and all the other part in propor:oa. The generating capacity
of either of the above boiler. In ulout 20 horsepower. This power la furnUhed with the mill, aad
every thing all complete, ready for running, for $2,250, In St. Louis.
For further particular address,
BKAGG, BURROWES, &. Co., St Lou'k, .
Proprietor and Manufacture. Term Cash.
Octobers, 57 3 in
Together with a large quauiity of Stock, Hog,
Moles, Cuttle, Slisep, r unning ntensila and eve
rything necessary to carry on a farm
ON THURSDA T, bth OF NO Y EMBER
Next, I will sell at public auction, at my house.
the valuable Farm on which I reside, coutaiui.ig
about n nundred acres or hm-rate land, a new
frame house, two atorte, high, containing four
huge rooms, and two eighteen feet paarages, new
kilchenand negro cahlns, and in fact everything
neceaary to a comfortable country house. Said
farm ia aituated in Montgomery county, 13 mile
below Clarksville oil the Cumberland river, oppo-
aite the town cf Palmyra, the designated place for
a depot on trie Memphis, Maikavme at louisville
Railroad, now under eonalruction, i bounded
nearly on two (idea by the river, has a never tail
ing branch running thiough it from north toaouth,
dividing it nearly equally, on eai h side of which
branch are rich and beautnul labia Lands for th
growth ot wheat and tobacco, spring of the bet
quality and never falliuf. There are about one
hundred and tiny acres of nrst-rate river bottom,
75 of which i, cleared, between 200 and 350 acre
cl'Nared in all.
All and every person desirng to make good iu
vestments both in laud stock should not niiaa the
present o,iprrtunlty. Co i and see for yourselves.
I will take great pleaiuio in showing everything.
A dinner will be prepared for thosa who mav
be la attendance. I B.
Dot. 3, '57-tde.
All persona Indebted to tha Estate of Thos. A.
Jonea deceased aro hereby notified to coma for
ward and settle their cluiins with ma or J. M.
Jons, ray agent. And all persons haviag claima
against aaid Estate) must p reseat them lor pay
meut in tha time prescribed by law, or they will
E. E. JONES, Adra'x,
of Thos. A. Jane.
Oct. 2d, 1H57 3m.
A fine assort menl of I.adi Dress Goods, Cali
coes. BI"nrlsJI and Brown lKmicitk-s. Flaanela.
and a variety of ether gools, which will l a sole at
the lows possible eauli iirtcre.
u w. W. VALLIANT.
6V. 1, ';7-Vu
. NEW HARDWARE HOUSE,
CALL, V A N LEER" 4
Successors to 1 '
Vs BEAUMONT, VAN LEER & CO.,' -
. ulster mroiTiii nt diuim in
ENQ & AMERICAN HARDWARE,
Q IT If AND ODTLI1T, 1 -'
SIGN OF THE BIG PADLOCK,
No. 44 Sontfc Market Street, - '
NASH V I L L E , T E N N .
Knob, Plate, Can, Fad, and Trunk Lock.
Sifters, Riddles, Wore and Screen Wlra, '
Taeka, Brads, Shoo and Finishing Nalla.
Platform, Counter, Beam, and Tea Scales.
Slatea, Clock,, Mtrrora, and Variety Goods.
Lard, Cneeae, and Butter-Triers.
tridle Bits, Stirrup Iron,, Rein & Girth Webbing.
Cora Mill,, Shallsra, and Straw Cutter,.
AND BORING MACHINES:
and particularly aoliclt the attention ol every
of the country.
for the largest and heaviest timber Iu anv section.
Tha locomo'iva boiler furnUhed with it is 13
furnace, 36 Inches long and 37 inches wide J4
the other porta in proportion.
THIS IS THE FALL
The prospect, for large crop of all tha good
thing of thi ll'e never lwtler and W; Bulthmp
would respectfully say to hia frienda and cuato
mere, and the public generally, that he I now In
receipt of a large stock of
t ALL AND WINTER DRV GOODS,
which ftr extent, variety and beauty, far exceed
my lormer purchase.
In addition to my usual stock of Boots, Shoos,
Hals, Caps, &.O., I bsva greatly enlarged my stock
OF READY-MADE CLOHIING,
and goods for servants wear, togohcrwlth trav
elling Wrappers, Bed aad Negro Blanketa, all of
which l promise to otter at the lowest prices, and
respectfully solicit an examination, aa I feel as
sured ia saying that I ean offer inducements.
Oct 3. 'S7-4w W. BALTHKOP.
HART, COULTER & CO.
Now offer targe and well assorted atocfc of fall
and winter goods, and again solicit th patronags
of their friend aud eualomara. They are prepar
ed to offer strong inducements to pu rchaaer, and
only ask them to call and examine good aud prl-
Waask your special examination of our Negro
Shoe, Boots, Blankets, Hats and goods for Negro
TO CASII CUSTOMERS.
Liberal discounts will be made
HART, COULTER 4, Co.
Pep. 18th. '.'7 lm.
Waller 8c Smith,
Successor to J. jl.V.ooENna A Co.
Importer and Whol "Jala And Retell Dcfttar !
11 ftotciiptUni of
fniNA, CMS AND QUEENSWIRE,
Iiooking Glauu-t, "Window UIum, Cetlar and
Willow Ware, Clorkt, Toy, dtc,
No.4 Franklin M .
CLA UK'S V1LLE, TENN.
Oct 3, '57-tf
STOCKHOLDERS M. C. & T.. R. R.
Aa additionalcall of 5 per cent. payaMeaa the
first of October sud a eall of aui ainonut pay
able on tha first of November, has been ordered
by th Board.
W. B MlNfOUDflWt.
Sept. 11, '07 tf. o t)
DRY CO OAS!
The Largest Slock Yet.
At Low Prices.
CALL AND SEE.
J. M- RICE.
1 85 .
W. H. Bryarly & Co.
Have just received tbelr stock of
Fall and Winter Goods, ,
On of th largest and finest stock ever bronghl
to Uarkaville, constating f every variety of eta-
pte ano rancy .
; 7 DRY GOODS, t
Boots aad Shoes, das and China Wars. Hat
aad Cap, die. A regard prices, they aro at
no Tory lowest. All we ask la call and see, It
osta nothing to look, and w show Goods with
leaaur. W H.B.&CO.
Sept 18,1857.' .. r, -r.
Pure and Fresh !
Rrvarly & ifl'CauIev.
" Are just In receipt of their complete assort
ment of fresh
DRUGS I MEDICINES.
To which they call tha atlonlioa of Physicians,
country merchants, and tho publio generally.
They sell cheap on a credit to punctual dealers, or
for cash, and everything warranted aa represented.
They have also just received a splendid stock of
Jind Toilet Article, . . .
To which the attention of the ladle ia most es
pecially directed. Call and see tbem. Cheap to
oxrosiT customers, but cheaper for caah..
S& Our Prescription fhpartmcnU
is conducted In the moat careful nranuer and with
tho utmost nicety and precision. Bring yoar pre
scription to us, if you like u beat, for you ar
not obliged to do a tlhcrs tell oou.
BRYARLY ot McCAULEY.
April 84 .
Commission And Forw ardlnj
Fin Prool Wnrrlinnu.
Sale Pays Tuesdays and Thursdays,
Feb. 9. 1855 tf .
Gm A. 'Idffon Co.,
Wholessli snd Rctal Dealiu IN
Confectioneries, Cigar, oVc., dec,
ALL order from a distance, (accompanied with
I ie cash,) will be met punctually, and npon very
SJmvuUlV IOIUJB. J4n.K, da tl.
INVITES the attention of hi friends and cus
tomers to tho Extensive and Fashionable Stock
of Cloihing and Furnishing Cooda, just received,
wmcn tor style, material and pnee, cannot bo sa
eelled In this section. .
A very large aseortmeut, suited to age from
fonr yeais to men's site.
Winchester' shoe Ider seam Shirts, well-made
and warranted to fit, for men and boy. Alio,
Drawers, Undergarments, Cravats, Hosier) , and
Gloves, snd In fact everything necessary for aa
outfit in tha Clothing line.
HATS. BOOTS AND SHOES,
Oakford's celebrated Hate, also Soft Hats Iu
great variety, Caps for men and boys.
Vnrlettes Travelling Shawls, Blankets,
Walking Canes, Umbrellas, Tmuks, Carpet Bags,
4c Call st ones and make selections. am
aaxloua to aell, and offer them to punctual men
on the uaual credit, or for the caah at liberal die
Sept. 11,1857 3m
Customers Wanted I
R. S. MOORE & CO.,
British, India, French and American Dry
Good, Ready-made Clothing, Ingrain
and Brussels Carpets, Hardware,
Cutlery, Boots, Shoes, Brogans, Bonnets, de.
. Have ju t received their fall aupply of all ar
ticles Iu their line, purchased In Baltimore, Phil
adelphia, New York and Boeton, during th
month of August, and now ready for exhibition
on their counter. I'he are well aware of the tact
that very little attention is paid to what I aaid in
advertisements, and would, therefore, rrtrely
tats they have lota of good which they waut to
ell, and nope the people will call and judge of
tha quality aud prices.
Clarksville, Sept 11, '57-tf
W have for sale on tract of th most desirable
laud ia Montgomery County, aituated 14 mils
from Clarksville, lying immediately on the Rus
ellvllle Turnpike, on which Mrs. Ells both Man
now reside, containing about
FIVE HUNDRED ACRES,
about half of which ia elearad aud a high state of
cultivation. There are, ea the premises, one of
the beat dwelling house to be found anywhero,
good kitchen, smoke bouse, ice bouse, firslrala
stables and all necessary out houser. W will
ell, any ooa wishing to buy, a good bargain In
Ws have also Car sale, on ether tract of land,
Containing 346 acres, lying on Ked river, extend
ing to the foid, just above Iba lower bridge, and
runs to tha mouth of B'g West Forsj 70 acres of
which ar cleared, balaure heavily timbered
poaeeaaioa given at onco lo any one whe may
pnrohaae the same. We will make the lermasasy
and give long creiilt. Now l th time to buy as
property it ai'vanciiig every day.
DYE At SMITH, Heal Eitutv Ag'ts.
FALL & TURNLEI,
IMPORTERS OF 1
. Elder' Block, sign f Big Osa,
Sharp and Terry's Rifle, double and single
Shot iun; Pouches, Belts, Flasks, tnd
' Fishing Tackle, of every deception. .'
TO CARPENTERS, BLACKSMITHS
' : sumo! WonnsBN&KfC -' '.
We particularly call yonr attention to our
large stock of i-. .
House Furnishing Hardware, Tools,
&o., &o. i
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS
W have now very large stock of
Of the very best mike, which you would do
woll to call tjd tee.
BSa- Sluly your interest, and try the New
' FALL & TURNLEY.
April 10, 1857-ly .
' " ; '"' AT
Wholesale and Retail ! 1
WE have on hand, a lares and freih atock of
Clothing and UenUemene r urnlshlng Good, all
of the latest style ind nmks, consisting of Bea
ver nsgiana, Eeai oxin Ksgian, Mohair end Uasi-
W I tklf A I I 1
mar Italians, risiu ana w ancy iroca over voau
Slc. Black cloth Frock and Dress Costs, busi
ness Casimere coat, all the new styles of black
and fancy Casimere Pants. Silk Velvet Vests,
Silk and Satin Vests, black cloth and fancy Casl
merea of all slxeand grades, Gents shoulder seam
shirts, Cashmere Drawer and tinder ihirta, blch.
and browa Drawers, silk and Merino under hlrta,
ailk and linen Handkerchiefs, cravata and tiea,
black and fancy Kid Gloves, black silk Taffeta
glovea, Bark Gauntlets &o Port Monies and
pocket Books, Whip and Umbrellara Bee bee
&Co' aup. bilk Hate, soft rur Hate, Planter
black lists, ailk flush Uuna&c. Heukrrts and
Ryan pump Boots, rrenchCelf waterproof Boots
and ttlioer, Kid and lelf Uallera, Shawls and
fancy Blankets for Gentlemen use. Our stock
f BOYS CLOTHING
Is very complete snd all fresh, Over coats of all
the Hew styles and qnalities. Dress and Frock
Coats, business Coats ate., Penis. Vests, Drawea
&.c. We ar determined to sell Good a low
they can be bought in tha Weat Onr expenses
are small In comparison to the majority of nonet s
In ihscity. Wa are not al the expenre of elerk
lilrs ata., where other houses are at th axpeae of
one dollar, ours is pot oas cent, consequently wo
ean afford to sell low for caeh or to punctual men
on the usual time. Country merchants would do
wall to call andaxamina our atock before purchas
ing elsewhere. Try lis and see for yourselves.
wa are always ready to snow goods lo every body,
You will find us at Mr. A. B Harrisons stand No
13 Franklin street, Clarksville Tennessee.
POLLOCK & WAOGENER.
October 9. 1857 tf.
Under the Sun!
A Inrge stock of good Boots and Shoes Is now
being opened by the aubserlber in tha "tore house
on Franklin street, recently occupied by W. K.
Bibb, aa a Confectionary, nearly oppos'te the court
bouse, the most or which are
JTlade to' Order. , ,
Expressly for me. AUo a fine selection f Man'
Boy' and Children' Hats, of th latest and most
And to tha Ladle, I would say, that so pains
or expense will be spared to render their depart
ment of my business complete, as I Intend keep
ing constantly on nana a lull supply ot in
Best and Finest
Ladle' Shoe that ean be purchased In the Eas
tern cltle. lb mod of which will be mado to or
der. All of tha above good will be Sold as low
as can be purcha-ed in tbl city.
FOR CAS 11 It
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore
extended to me, aud hoping by strict applies tioa
to business to merit the same in future, I would
say, eall and examine my goods and prices, aad
you wlil ne satisfied.
Respectfully, D. SMITH.
P. 8. My pegged work Is of th beat, and the
work will be warranted. S.
Clarksville, Oct 3, '57-tf
J. J. UAMPTON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding
No. 1, City Buildings, Orer Market aad Com-
merciui oiroeis sun lyivee,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
N. B. Consignments sollr.ltod. Orders for all
sorts of Merchandise l ied promptly au with
care by experienced buyers.
Oct. 16, l57-lf
IflTlSUiik; 'ncutfy priotcd and for bhIo
at this office.
NEW -SADDLEBT AND
; , Harncrs1 UstaMKhmcnf, j ' M
JUST OPENED UNDER FOWLER'S
HALL 3 DOORS ABOVE TEE ,
DOST OFFICE.' . .
WR have opened snd aro sow
wsnnft etnrlng, every article In
ddling Al llarneia bu lltessi
matt-rinla we nae. and tho
workmen we employ, we acknowledge ne sepvr
iors, ol we invite all lo coma anH examine the wrk
when made for lhnnalve, and If taate, beauty
durability aud low price are any Inducement to
purchasers, we are sure tf their patronage. Wl,
all for cash oh y. v
J. M. GLASCOCK, Agent-
June 5, 57 tf.
No. 6, Elder's Row,
On th r b 1 1 e 8 q o a r e ,
CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE; ' .
The fin? anl toft ftffortmnt of ftlnpW, Tn
e"d SILK DRY GOODS,
Hardware, Glismcare, Queenstcare, Boot , .
and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, d-e.
Selected la the New York and Philadelphia mar
kets with great car and at the loweat Cash Pares.
Alwayaoa hand, and receiving, the latest styles
and finest qualities of Janonet, Cambric, Swiss. )
Maltiee and fine French Embroidered Collar,
and SLEEVES; lEInck t.ncc, In varioa
widths HonHon, Mail la-, Real Valendennns,
Guipure and Euglish THREAD LACES. . A ..
large aasortnieut of Linen Bobbin and German)'
Lace Edging. - - ; . -.
Dress Trimmings In Every Varld j.s
Black and Fancy Dresa 8iik, Delaines, Dnoais,
Brillmntes. Chtotxes, Glhghams,.swas, Manttl-, -las.
with every' description of Ladies and Chll- V
dren't wear, of th moil durnW and tasteful ma- j
lariala. . , .
A full assortment of Stltple Goodf of ap
proved manufacture asd established reputalloai
selected for CASH, at manafaoturers' price, and
now offered at tha lowest rates to cover cost and V
charges. v i
Fi2 Cloths and Casslmercs, ' ,rf
of various shade, Vestlngs, Satinets, Negro cloth ;
Drills, Ticking, Carpeting. Bagging, etc - ,.(
flavins every facility In New York and Phlla-
defphia for selecting, st all times, fresh supplies of ,.
late style and fine qualities of good, at the very
lowest prices, for Cash, ws fear no honorable .
competition, and freely invite an examination of
our atock, which to be fully appreciated, need .
only to be well known iu thia community. . .. v.
It will be our rule and study. Invariably, to ....
deal fairly and honorably with every one, and ,
make It to thetr advantage to deal with aa. Com ,
and ee and jodg for yourselves. .
-CASII PAID FOR VARIOUS AR
TICLES OF PRODUCE, ench a
Feathers, r. . Wool, Cinseng,
Beeswax, - Hides,' ' Hides, : fi . .-
&C , In large or amall qoantitlea. -All
transactions at Clarksville, In cbarg of and '.
conducted by the aubsoribers,
R. O. B. DUNNING.
May 1,1857-Cra , - V. ,r .
- VICTORIOUS OVER PAIN. -
BRMIG'S ARCTIC LINIMENT.-
Any m saute 1 Hlrkuraa mr
Wlito 1 Ijfe or death I Tliee
am the quentl'wa BithIwJ la the 1
alopriii t rejection of this aie
eirra kr tt aurttra to esswaat,.,
QiaeiuN'4 aad Injuries llaring re
erlrad tlis luluneaient of 11m (lis-'' '
tfiifruMied Mnm, the lalo lr.
RAN K, ewt lUeMmr tested due,
fnx too awlul Wiuien In th rs-
EUms of eismst es, it la aanr snaa
ig Into svnenil as In rrrry w
tlon of the sii iltsni sk.be, aiui s
anarrelnua euno an, arerrwla-rs
THE AFFLICTED KEJOICE.
HUNDRETa and TnotiPsKm v
have tantfMl its virtues, ate! are
rejniehiK lo frsodum fmtn mif
lniKriiis FAIN ami Wc.AH,
Vrbirh other rvaMnties had fcilrd
to cur. Hot. toe Iba IIKll.V.
MAT18M, H'IIOH'IjL UlIU
AI'IIKorlXlOTH A( 'HK4rs...
amiomg wun t'l.ir winr? ul
VV7 tVrir.irroin IIRflSRS. MKAIVS.
4 -t,?, WK.va, tout; tyta, rnjjif
,'T1IB ARCTIC LIXHUEXT ;
Sj will afford yon Innlaat Rlxf.
tvortxKlj Is liauls to
Fhrtht rlmdrnl ftcrlrUnti fh .
AKCTIC IJMMKNT i-hoi, Id bm
krpt tm hand, for II ftfTrffda ur
aud imnwliiiU reUr, otu-n mv
ftiff from death. or tirnm
buat aotl Tfulroa! wua litiHikl
kjtp 11. Who tltat Laa beard Hi .
hrn-ka of auguiab uttrd bjr Uii
KaMiwJ aod malmrd victiina r4
.Uiiniw and aollitjooa. tiom no :
Wo! that irana maaiisi of reiMvitm ,
their Isiftura )iuld al ) b
balinjriuiMeimtndliiifagrut. Hia :
TES MOTHEES' COMPAHIQIT. '
It enrea f AKKrl IK Til It ,
BKCAfT, Him: Nlrl'lj, .
KOkKI.11'8, I IMI'IXy.to. a. '
dies who rle a pura skia,"
void nf pimple., tilotehoa, seanT
and all diaeolenitinos aad ve
eraaeeooaa. should alts. a,
tiie. tre.pawier. oa butjr'a
doniain aspenn. thev nitMie
with tha AHt'UC UNIMKNT. '
It la excellent O r th Hair,
givina it a healtliy, gluw as- .'
I'tatriuice. it is . '
OOOO rOR MAN AND BEAST." ' -
u It i. wvareVa reinedjr tut
i the 'Tariuua d-eaiteji a-tli
' whleh horneeai-ealHieled. eiir.-'
in the moat aUrmiDir',itir.
u Vi, v y . Jl ' MttMBi, wRAiNf, nnisa. ,
-T. Vi 7J BAIT. WnCNTM. eTRATUI-
;ii 2 k KM. HWWN Y, KPATIX, MSU-'
f --C CUWj: V VI WIVV, UHI-IIKAII, ,
ewmnc vl..hl II O K H t M,
honkl he without tills ralua
bU ntmedjr. '
roraah VaU rwneetsWe lru(B(laU aad CaUrs.
Prices of lbs liniment, 2 aeeta, M ernta and SI a bot
tle. A one-dolUr tmU ooolAiua sa much liuiumel aa
bt twsut Dva-caut boltiea.
' Fvere aurrhiucrof a di'l.r bolile of tlie AlT1t' I IV
niKrr reeMrea. at Or Brassr'a rvnaa.-tlx tNm il
STATtM JOL'RSAI. of New Yr, U oaa inar. Tli
Joaraal U a tare HloMrwied ruerib auaiuer eon
Willing xteea W, beanllfully printeil oa clear while
C,r. and Blledwlth ortnal rr.Mter rrnas tha at Ml
oat wrllers ot the country. Certificate 4 aub:rltMisl ,
aad full nartumau of lbs bitsI aod ohilotliro,i so.
tarprtie. of wlucb Uii. oSer fcirru. a rt, W'U aoeomuaujr
An ARKVT WAVTV l In irvrtlY TOW and VlltCfc
urauo a muuiowiea, nt. Ionia, . ,
Kaw Y-ma limn. N.. 7I IUiimI'WAT.
CnainuakiatuHi. (buuld alwar. bs a.l.liewwl to tit. lula.
For sale by E R. Thomas, Bryarly at MoCou
lay, and W. O. Vane.
Oct , 18i7 ly.
Cary Slreel, between Tsarl an i Fl tesr.th,
Mnnufoclure Bla'lonary Ki.jrla of any re-
qalrrd puwer; alao, l urlutila Knpiiira, altlia deci
ded Improvement over any other heretofore made.
(from 6 to O) borne power,) wi ll adopt -d lo farm
in ir puriinsns, felling lumber, Aa , will lint rovwL.
Circular Portable Haw MlMi attached, of 1st Snd,
and 3l flat. Minii.( Machinery, (.risl and Buw
Mill Macniuery, roiling, suJ also, lir'a. and
Iron Citstlnrs niude iu o'der. Tobacco Fixtures
and Hcrewa of every ileaci iplljn, ' '',
K tire r it I"" i aivhai'j, ut Cluratvlllo.
Oct. 16,17-3111. ' ' -t
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