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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1857.
13T ChrtnUU Ofiict ceer W II. Bryarlf't Stort-xt
- Improvement. 7 greet our reader
Ihii morning wita aa improved tod ioma
watt tnlarged tbeet. W think the let
ter constituting the present heading of our
paper, plain and rerj neat one which
can Vo read at a mere glance ; the enlarge
ment eomista in an- addition of one Inch
and a half to soren, and one inch to the
other twenty-one colnmna which enables
us to give one column and a half more
reading matter, yet retaining the same
tied blank sheet of paper. We intend
making other improvements, if the patron
age we may receive will justify it. ' In pro
portion to the patronage, so will the im
provement bo. m v , ... f
Till Literary Annexation of this city,
have received a letter from Turk Benjamin,
of New York, accepting their invitation to
leoture in this city, Mr. Benjamin is ma
king his way westward, and will be hero
about the last of next month, or the first
of December.'- Notice of time &e., will be
made known in dua soosonJ , ; 7
Tho Association has also rccoived let
ter! of acceptance, from B. P.' Shlllabcr,
author of Mrtf. Partington, Bishop Otcy,
and Ilerman Melville, author tf ."Onioo."
and "Typeel" ; Th'cy have invited the Hon.
Thomas S, .Marshall, of Ky., but have
not, as yet, received an answer from him.
SET The Clarksville (Kv.l ChrtnicU hns been
transferred to ."foblelt it Grnnt, who will hereafter
be th publishers end proprietor. The Chronicle
It on of ojr most highly prized exchanges A
paper ao ably conducted cannot fill to be profita
ble to the publishers. Mttnphi Enquirer. ,
'All right,' Mr. Enquirer, but the locality.
We hayd the honor of residing in Tennes
see, the twin-sister of the Banner State.
We were recently shown, by one of the
enterprising proprietors, through the X.
. L. Mills, of this city, and wero very a
grocably surprised to find them prapnrcd
to operate on so large a scale as they are,
and that every thing about the Mill, is of
o excellent a character. We had known
that they were a fine establishment, but
we wero not prepared to see what we
did see. '
The Mill-building is four stories high,
besides a good basement room is built
of brick, and is a fine job each floor of the
building Is devoted to a special part of the
business, and system and order is observ
ed in every department. ; One thing that
impressed us, more favorably perhaps than
any other, was the perfect dcanlincst of the
Besides tho extensive buildings already
erected, tho proprietors have now nearly
completed, a large brick building near the
Mill, to bo used as a wheat-house. With
all tho facilities for manufacturing, pos
sessed by theso Mills, it is not singular
that they should havo obtained, already, as
they have, a high reputation for the ex
cellence of their flour. In whatever mar
ket it has yet- been sold, and used, it 1 a
taken rank with the very brtt brawls, and
all who have used it hero, will endorxe that
Notwithstanding the great monetary
excitement now pervading all parts of tho
country, our city is improvcing steadily.
Quito a number of newbuildings have been,
and are now being Wectcd all of the very
best materials and workmanship. From
our back window may be seen the smoke
from thrco largo and valunble establish
ments tho first is tho Iron Fouudery,
of Messrs. Whitfield & Co., the second is
tho mammoth Plaining Mill, of W. S.
Molteynolds & Co., and the third is the
Steam Flouring Mill of Dortch, Ahvell A,
Co., all of which we intend noticing more
particularly at nnot':cr time.
M. M. Kerr is having a large and sub
stantial Tobacco Houso put up, by our
clover friend, C. H. Roberts, near that of
John W. McKcago and our friend EJ.
Thomas will soon have a Tobacco Factory
also in oporation. Wo will then havo
some seven or eight largo and commodious
Tobaoco establishments in our city,
Lot croakers croak, and oldFogysjog
along in "the even tenor of their way,"
Clarksville is bouud to bo a place of con
hiderablo nolo, despite all tho obstacles
that have so lo-.. impeded her iu tho road
to her ulti'sute dcstivv.
Mr. Mngoffin, Principal of tho Female
-- School, proposes to teach a Kinging class,
for ladies and gentlemen, in Musonio Hall,
to oommonco Nov. 5th. Terms for the
oourso of lessons $5. All are invited to
attend tho first evening. Mr. M;igolun is
well qualified to impart instructions in
vocal music, and no doubt will meet tho
expectations of all who may attend.
Ol'R worthy townsman, Dr. L. Lindsay,
who has practiced medicine in our midst
for tho last four years, has located at Al
loiisvio Ky., whore he will continue to
administer to tho wants of suffering hu
manity. Wo regret to part with so good a
citiieit, and in doing so, wo cheerfully
coin men J him to tho pcoplo of Alleusvillc
and vicinity, a utun in every way worthy
of their co u 3 Jc nee and up port,
Rev. Mr. Walton, will preuch at the
I'.M.li.iiiJJ .... .,, i ... i.,.' i, V nl Ua i'i.
The following fling alGen. Soott'i guar
dian, in Mexico, is a good one; and we
havo bat one objection to its publication ;
via : it helps to giv notoriety to the man ;
and the moro notorious a democrat be
comes, for qualities that -do not elevate,
the better bis chances to becomo a curse
to the country in tha shapo of an official :
... For the Chronicle.
EULOGY ON GEN. PILLOW.
, Hurrah 1 Hurrah, for Gideon P,
Let locefoeos. about
The greatest mac la Tenhneoo,
When nil the real are oat. - .
Crashed down by jeatouy aud at rife,
For many a tedinne year,'
At length from oat the ahades of life, -.'
Hi looming ears appear.
Seated again on Honor's throne,
Her lilghent meed aba give )
- Hi deeda a Herald ahall not lack,
No, ne'er while. Gideon II vea. ,
On many a bloody field of death,
Where wairiora' hearts are tried,
He braved the deadly cannou'a breath j
At loaat he say he did.
The guardian of our ensign bird .. '
Ilia higlieat claima he lays,
That he should fill n nation's trait,
' Because ha new ier,s.
Then go it to the Senate chair,
O, GiJeon, Gideon, Gideon Pillow !
And when I see you safely there,
J'U hang my harp upon the wilUte,
Clarksville Oct. S9lb 1857. ' "
MxmeAt,. Th Memphis Eagle and Enquirer,
" Mamphi la the beat point in the Union for
medical students to learn anatomy. Fresh killed
aulijecta to ba had every morning at the dead
Memphis is a fine place for pistol prac
tice, too; and thero is no better opening
for a Criminal Judge. .
Tiie Wild Cat Bank, on Franklin street,
is the centre of attraction just now. The
currency of this institution is well secured
by "publio stocks," judging from the por
trait of one of its founders to be seen in
the front window. Mr. Jim. Tait, the
Cashier, informs us that the " Wihl Cat"
is able to redeem every dollar of its cir
culation, and then have enough left to buy
out several small banks. . By the way, Mr.
Tait keeps a very large stock of Saddles,
Bridles, Harness, &c., , of the best stylo
and material, in tho rear of the bank,
which he will exchange for bills upon some
of the suspended concerns Planters' and
Bank of Tennessee particularly.
It will be the constant endeavor of both
editor and publishers, to make the Chron
icle what its name imports, "a register of
current events." We solicit short com
munications upon subjects of interest,
calculated to be bancficial to our readers.
We would be pleased to hear from our
farming friends in relation to any improve
ment in agricultural matters to such we
will gladly yield a place in our columns.
WllAT has become of that sprightly
American sheet, tho Hopkinsville Mercury?
We miss it among our exchanges. Mer
cer is a fino writer, and the people of
Christian county should sustain the Mer
cury, for in his hands it has done good
service in our ranks.
We send this number of tho Chronicle
to a number of our friends, whose names
aro not upon our subscription list. Ex
amine it friends, and if you like it, send
us your names, and tho $2, and we will
send you tho paper in return. Now, that
wo aro about beginning a new volume, is
a good time for subscriptions to com
merce. Our encrgctio townsman, Mr. John K.
Smith, will carry on the Pork packing
business again, this season, at his mam
moth and well arranged establishment in
this city. lie is now ready to make con
tracts for hogs, and will be prepared to
commence operations by the 15th or 20th
of next month. , We wish him much suc
cess. Rev. Mr. Baldwin, formerly station
minister in this city, will occupy tho Meth
odist pulpit on next Sabbath morning and
It will bo seen by announcement in to
days paper, that our esteemed friend,
Thomas Ramey, Esq., is again a candidate
for the oflico of Sheriff, at the ensuing
March election. Mr. Ramey has been the
Sheriff of this county for tho last two
terms, and wo can say with a great deal of
candor, that we believe, that Montgomery
county has never had a more safe, prompt
and energetic officor than Mr. Ramey has
been. We are in hopes that tho people
will allow him to run this raco without
opposition, as his constitutional time will
expire uftcr the next term.
We have made twenty-seven accessions
to our subscription list, in tho last two
weeks. We have room for more. "Kfep
a taking Vm."
To Prjnteus. Wo have a good second
hand double medium Printing Press for
sale, upon reasonable terms,.. -"
. Read the article from the Nast'ville
F.ttriot, on first page, hoaded "Banks aud
Tlir. Everett Houso, of New York, hm
'i n'iii - - -i- l . . i : . . .1 -
The Largest Slock Yet -
At Low Prices.
' CALL AND SEE.
J. M- RICE.
8eptl8,I84T. " " .
W. H. Bryarly & Co.
Have just received their atoek of
Fall and Winter Goods,
One of the largest and finest storks ver brought
to Clarksville, consisting of every variety of Su-
-I I b. -
Rnnta anrt iihiml. CUm Knit Thins W.m IT..
and Caps. &.o. Ae regaida price, they are at
in very lowest, ah w ask la call and see, It
oata uolhing to look, and we show Good, with
lea.ure. . W. H.B. & CO.
'Sept. 18, 1857. '
SWAN & cO.'S LOTTERIES.
NEW AND BRILLIANT SCHEME!!
CAPI I At, PII1ZE Go,000 ! 2 1
The following Scheme will be drawn bv 8
SwN & Co., Afanasrers of the Fort Guinea Acad
emy Lottery, In ea- h of their LnKeilra for Noverr
ber, IS57, at AUGUSTA, Georgia, to which city
V ay have removed their I'rincij.al Office.
To ba drawn in the City of Augusta, Georgia, Id
siniitui x novemoer 7th, 1857.
To be drawn In the City of Augusta, Georgia, in
Saturday, Nov. nth, 1857.
To be drawn In the City of Augusta, Geor.ia, In
BATU11DAX, JNov.-Zlst, 1857.
To be drawn in the -City o( Augusta, Georgia, lu
SATURDAY, November 28th. 1857.
oulhe Flan of SINGLE NUMBERS!
w 5,490 PHIZES!
Nrar.v one Ftlz to everv U I'lrk-ia .
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN NOVEMBER!
1 Prize of.
a Prixri of.
5 " .
50 " . ,
50 " ..
.1,000 230 "
t Prizes ol 4 0 apxm g to $60 000 Prize are $1 ,600
2di) io.ooo eoo
' 125 7,000 " 5KI
1M0 " 5,n0l " " 400
" ' 75 " 3,5110 .300
" " 50 1,50 J SOI
5,000 ' 20 are 100.000
5,490 Prizes amounting to $320,0OU
Whole Ticket $IOrtalve $5
Quarter 2 50.
Plan of the Lottery.
The Numbers from 1 to 50 000, corresponding
wlih those Numbers on the Ticket printed on
neparale slip of paper, are encircled with email tin
tube nn l p.uced in oue Wheel.
The first 462 Frizes, similarly printed and en
clr' l.'d, ar placed in another Wheel,
The wheels are then revolvrd, anc a number is
Ira wn from the Wheel of Nunibtra, an J at the same
time a prize druwn from the other wheel. The No
and prize tlruwn out are opened and rxhlliltej to
the audience, and registered by theCommireiuuerp;
the Prize being placed ugainstthe Number drawn
This operation is repealed nutU all tha prizes are
The two preceding and two vucceeding Num
bers In tlios- drawing the first 7 I'riz s will be en
t tied to the 28 Approximation Prizes. For exam
ple: No 112'0 draws the $60,000 Prize, thnsr
" ink Ma numbered 11248. 11249. 11251. 11252,
will each b -initial to 49(). If Ticket No 550
drnwa the $25,0') Prize, lliose Tickets numbered
" 4 . 519, 551, 552. will ench be entitled to $:)0J,
an. I a 'On accordine; to tlie above schoni-.
5 000 Prizen ol $20 wi I be determiitnd lv the Ins'
figure of the Number that draws $60,000 Prize
I or example, If the Number drawing tho 60,000
Prize end with No l,tli-n all the Tickets where
the umber ends In 1 wHI be eutltUI to .20. If
the Number eudj with No 2, then all the Tickets
here the Number ends Willi 2 wilt be entitled to
$20, and so on t 0,
Ci-rt i ficaloe of Packages will be sold at the fol low
Ing rates which is the iisk:
Uortificais of Package 10 Whole Tickets, $80
i4 lOHiWf " 4'i
10 Quarter " 20
" " 10 Kighth " 10
IN ORDERING T'CKETS OR CERTIFI
CATE Enclose tin money to nur sdJreev for the tickets
ordered, on receipt of which they will be forwurled
by firvl mail. Purchaavr can huvo tickets euJing
in any figure they mHy designate.
The list ul drawn numbers and priz-s will h sent
to pi r-haera tmiurd'ulely afti r the drawing,
Purchasera will piruse write tlirlr slgimturea
pluinand giTetnelr post office, ccuutyand rftate.
ilT lleineraber thdt every Prize is drawn, aud
pavahlo in full without oniiuction
ir Ail Prizea of $1,01 Oand under, paid immedi
ately after the drawi ug other Prizea at the usual
lime of thirty days.
A II communications strictly confiilentiil.
Addres order for TirkxU, or Certi ficatee to
8. 8" i N o. CO,, Aug a Ga,
ITPe-sons rei lii g uer Montgomery, Ala., or
Atlanta. Ga. can have Ihrlr orders filled, aud aave
time by adJruuing S.Swun Si. Co. at eiliier of
0A liat of the numbers that are drawn Irom
the wheel, wltii the amount of the prize tlioteaoh
one is entitlfd to, will he published alter every
druwins. In the following paper: N (. Pelia,
Mobile Kegitr, Churlrkton Nun!uri, N 'livill-
Uli(, Allauta luiellig-ncer. N. Y Weekly
Uay Book, Sovanah Moruing Newt and Klclv
nin'ud Dispatch, New YorA, i).pHch aud Paulding
8iT Blanks, ncitlv printed aud for ealo
at thi office. "
titirCM tt FALL i TURNLES for
a.. U ' '"''ti-'kt'j
Anvil!, Vlcea, Bellow, Stocks and Die.
Cast, Shear, German and Blister Steel.
Shovels, Spade. Ho, rakeeand Folk.
Hammers, Hatchet, and Files. ' '
Carpenter' Coopers', and Blacksmiths' Tools.
Circular 8aw and Saw Mandril. '
Mill, Cross-cut, and Hand-Saw.
Axe, Nail, Chains, and Home.
MORTISE AND BOP. IN O MACHINES:
Also, a large assortment of Gnns, Rifle, and Pistols; Table Kniv aud Forks; Pocket Enlv, Pel
or, and Sheae, of every Aartty.
Forming la all the Largrat Variety and moet Extensive Stock of the kind ever offered to the Nash'
vilfe Trade or surrounding eoontry; all of which wa bow offer at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
to Cash Butcr or PaoMrr-fATmo Customs oa Sis Month' Time. We will from now anttl De
cember 1st offer extra inducement to Cash Bayer, and particularly eoliclt the attention ol every
Country Merchant viaiting the market to oar unaanally Urge atock of Edge Tool. Gana and Cutlery.
Keapecunliy, . .
Oct. 2, '57-tf
THE COMBINATION PATENT PORTA
BLE STEAM SAW-MILL.
This Mill I fast coming Into nse In every aectlin
ica, it na received tne endorsement ol several
renounc-d by all who have examined it operation,
chine for the pnrpow ever produced' Ol the large
fy any person 10 poini to a sing'" one oi mem inai
, Description of the First, or Smallest size.
A will he seen from the engraving, the lower part of the mill 1 composed of a eimole frame, fhe
timber of which are about eight Inches f quare,
logetner wnn strong iron do us. j nis iremeworK i I leet long, 7 teet deep below the bed piece, and
5 feet whl. Tha main shaft is 3 Inche iu diameter, and the driving pulley 29 inchea in diame
ter, aud 9 inch face. The pitman wheel is of solid Iron, and ia three foot in dl.imeter.
The pitman is of iron, four feet long, and Is connected with the saw bv aa oscillating cross head.
This arrangement of the s ide and cross head,
have ever seen ny wnicn tne saw coma oe maoe to piay up and down, wltii the desired rapidity, with
out grating and heating. It secure a uniform bearing on all parts, without regard to the position of
the saw, and when the saw I once fastened at the bottom, it never ha to be altered to suit any al
teration in the rake, and even though it should not bang plumb, the guide piece will adjust them-
Ire. - 1 hie i a very important object gelued, lor
in th hanging of the caw cause great friction and consequent destruction of machinery.
The carriage run npo i email friction wheel, four inche in diameter. Thus It move with ten
shake, less noise, and less frit lion, and consequently requiring leas power titan in the old way.
Tne saw used I or cast steel, l incDes wide, and
The new arrangement at the upper end of the
to suit the size of the log. The saw is guided at the lower end of this alkie by mean of two wooden
gib, and the upper end of the saw is fastened to two metallic block, which play up and dow a In the
groove, a seen in the engraving. The whole arrangement abont the aaw, both at the top and fhe
bottom, Is so perfect, the t the aaw glide up and down, with It wonderful speed almost a quietly
and easily a though it weie running only in oil. It ha been the atudy of mechanic for year to
produce something that would do away with the necessity of (training a law in an upright mill,
and, we believe, that ohjoct ha never been fully attained until the discovery of the preaent plan.
1 l,e locomotive botlrrrts ten leet long, containing 44 tubes, v Inches lu dlametorandb leet
long. The shell i 34 Inohea in diameter; the fireboz, 36 Inches long and 28 Inches wide ; smoke
pine, la inches in diameter and about ju teet long,
j be cynoaer Doner is jo mcnes in atameier, zu
possesses a generating capacity of about 18 bora
PORTABILITY AND FREIGHTAGE
The mill and power as described above, all oomplete, with the exception of the bed piece and
woodwork of the carriage, with the locomotive
about 6 toni aa follows!
Cylinder boiler, with iUconncclion, 4,500 lb. Locomotive boiler, with It connection, 3,500 lb.
Engine, with iu connection, 2,800 1b. Mill, with it connection, - 4,70" lb.
Tins machinery i regarded a good freight, and may be forwarded without trouble, either npea
car, iteamboat, or any other method, to any section
HOW MUCH IT WILL DO.
The sneed of this mill is about three hundred strokes of the saw per minute, and the feed from
1 to i i f an luch for eveiy stroke, depending upon
speed, the w would cut through a log twelve
dtita any practical man, knowing the. character
ape. etc!. can make a very correct eslimate what
From tKe various ttatrments of different parties using these mill, we caloQiatethal from 3,000 to
3,500 feet iaabout nn average twelve hour' work in ordinary lumber. .
Two men nre eufficlent to attend this mill, when the loga are convenient to th carriage. Tbi
powor require about two barrels of water per hour;
tlty. . . ;
We furnish these mill and power, as described
grute-lmrs, saw, supply-pump, wrenches, ciowbars, and everything necessary for runuing, excepting
the two long bed pieres aud the woodwork of the carriage, the whole put np and boxed, and delivered
In St. Louis, for $1,750.
I n .egmeuis and friction wheel furnished for
An extra length will be seut when desired, and an
ings end full explanations are sent with each mill,
up and run ll wunoui trouble. 1 us r.gni to use is
This mill is constructed ou the same plan aa the other, and ia about one-third large' and heevler.
It requires more power to drive it to II full speed.
lime. The saw i eight feet In length, sunicient
fhe encine I a 9 inch evinder, and 24-inch stroke.
feet 4 inches long diameter of the shell, 38 inches
tubes, 3 Inches in diameter and ts ret long and all the other parts in proportiou.
The cylinder boiler furnished with the above engine is 43 inches iu diameter and 20 feet long, with
two flues, furnaoe front, smoke-pipe, end all the other parts in proportiou. The generating capacity
of either or I he above boilers l abont norse
everything all complete, ready for runniug, for $2,2311, In St. LouU. .
for further particular add re, .
BRAGG, BURRO WES, it Co., 8t Loui.,
Proprietors and Manufactures. Terms Cash.
October 2, '57 3m.
Together with a large quantity of Slock, Hogs,
Mules. Cattle, Sheen, Karming ntenails and eve
rything mcessry to carry on a farm
ON THURSDA Y, hth OF NO VEMBER
Next, 1 will rell at nuhlio auction, at my house.
the valu ible Fnrm ou wnich I reside, containing
about six nundreil scies of nrn-rate land, a new
iram house, two sloriet high, containing four
large rooms, md two eigh'eeu feet passages, new
kiicheuaud ueiiro raliina, and in fact everything
ii. ce siry to a comfort ible country house. Bald
fa m ia oiiutteil in Montgomery county, 12 miles
below Clarkuville on th Cumberland river, oppo
site the low n cf Palmyra, the designated placefor
i depot on tiie M-mln, CUixsvillaoi Louisville
Kailruad, now under construction, is bounded
nearly nn two sides by the river, has a never lull
ing branch running tliiough It from north to south,
divlling ll neurly eqimlly, on ew h side of which
branch are rich and beautiful Tahle Lands for the
growth ol wheat and tobacco, spring of tha beat
qua'ity and never failiiif. There are abont one
huudrrd aud fifty acres of first-rate river bottom,
75 of which is cleared, between 800 aud 250 acres
cl -ared in all.
All and every person de.lmg to make good in
vsHtmems both iu luud stock should not iniatlie
irento ipnrtunity. Co ie aud ao for yournelve.
I will lake great pleaame in showing everything.
A dinner will be prepared for those who may
be In attxndu nee. I B.
Oct. 2, '57-tds.
R. S. MOORE & CO.
Britinh, India, French und American Dry
GihuU, Rrady-mnde Clothing, Inyrain
and BruwU (hrpeU, Jlurdteure,
Cutlery, Boot, Short, Brogant, Bonnet, ttc.
Have ju I received their fall supply ef all ar
ticles lu their line, purchased In Baltimore, fhil
advlphla, New York and Ho-lo. daring the
mouth of Aav.net, and cow ready f i.' Uiiltln
oa their counlars. Th are well aware of the tact
that very litllUaulion ia paid lo what it stid lu
advertisement, and would, therefore, merely
stat tliev have lot of good which they waul to
sell, and hiie the people will call aud judge ut
tl'0 qiulltv nd pr ees. -j
Clu'kat iile, Sept 11, '57-If
On Wednesday th 2-U, a aruall pocket bvoa
containing a uiii of money, and a tew paners,
NEW HARDWARE HOUSE,
M'OALL, VANLOH & CO.
" . . Sucoeaaora t " ; '
BEAUMONT, VAN LEER & OO
IIMT IIIOITtll Lp tlllltl
ENG., it AMERICAN HARDWARE,
OONI AND C t7 T L 1 R T
OF THE BIG P A, D LO C K .
No. 44 Soott Market Street, , ' .
A S H V 1 L L E , T E It N ,
Kaob, Plat, Can. Pad, and Trunk Lock.
Sifter, Riddle, War ad Screen Wire, .
Tacks, Brads, FAoa and FlnUbUig Nail.
Platform, Counter, Beam, and Tea Scale.
8late, Clock, Mirror, and Variety Good.
Lard, Cneesa, and Butter-Trier.
Tridle Bit, Stirrup Iron, Rein & Girth Webbing.
Corn Mil!, Shelter, and Straw Cutter.
metALL, BLr.tit oi uu.,
44 Santh Market Streot, Sign of the Big Padlock.
of this country, Canada, Cuba, and South Amer
thousand experienced lumber manufacturer, and la
to be the moat simple, efficient, and nractlcal ma.
number of these mill now ia operation, wo de
nss tailed to give perfect satislaction. -
either of oak or other bard wood, aecarely fastened
which ha lately been patented, is the only plan we
under all the old arrangement, any inaccuracy
7 feat long, sufficient for all leg under M feet
saw consists of a slide made to be lowered or raised ,
i his boiler may be rated as about is horse power.
teei long, wnn sc Hue jz inches in diameter, and
boiler, weigh about Si ten, with cylinder boiler
of th country. -
the character of the timber. - Thua, at a medium
feet long in from one to two minute. From this
and ana of the log, their convenience to the earri
the mill will accomplish In any given time.
auy email spring or well affords a sufficient quun
above, including all the screws, bolts, belting,
the carriage are sufficient to saw logeill fret long.
extra vharge made of two dollar per loot, draw
also a perfect model, and no one cart fall to put it
always luciuae. in tnesaieoi every mm.
and will aaw a much larger amount in any given
for the largest and heaviest timber in any section.
The locomotive boiler furnUhed with it I 12
furnace, 3G Inches long and 37 inches wide 34
prwer. mis power is mrnianeu wiiu me mm, aaa
HART, COULTER & CO.
Now offer a larg and well assorted (lock of fall
and winter goods, and agdin solicit th patronage
of their friend aud customer. 1 hey are prepar
ed to offer drong inducement to purchaser, and
only ask them to call aud examine goods aud pn
We ask your epeciul examination of our Negro
Shoes, boots, blankets, flats aud good for Pegro
Liberal discounts wl be made
HART, COULTER It Ca.
Sep. 18th, 7 lm.
Cnry Street, between Pearl aua Fifteenth,
Manufactures Staliounry Englnis of any re
3 aired power; also, Porlabln Engines, with a decl
ad Improvement over any other heretofore made,
(from i to 40 horsepower.) well ad.pt d t farm
ing parpeses, getting lumber, &o , with improved
Circular Portable taw Mill attached, of lat 2nd.
and 3d Class. Mining Machinery, CJriat and Paw
Mill Machinery, Forgings, and also, Brum and
Iron Castings made lo order. Tobacco Fixtures
and Screws of every description.
Refer to John McKeage, of Clarksville.
- Oct 16, lc57-3m. ,
Win. W. Vdlliant,
Foreign and Domestic Dry-Goods,
Ns. 17, Franklin Pirwet.
Has iaat received, aud la no opening the
largest and beat aelected .lock ti Kail and W later
Dry Otods ha hi ever brong it to tin market,
la which ill b lonnd all th new vailotlea ol
Indies Dree Goods, embracing varioua lylea f
Rich (all wool) Cashmerne and de Latum; Hya-
dares and ld strip Kobe; peotcn riaioai
Meriuo rich black and fancy
iika;aid atrip CliuU
Hams; French, English and American Pri ut-j
th largeat ato k or UloaHs, AlaulilU
and Ta'nia In murktl; a fine
stock of Riy.t'it-, Hel
Kresch ("nnlile Plinwia; Emliroiderie, lu every
variety; lui tklns, trow 3 to $J ; a firal rite
slock A liu'liitoi llti airlp-d l.inseys: 'u led
cluibs; Ksiscya. and woolen goo ia gennraliy;
Clullis, taas'meres, bilt uelie, bh"ea 11 .ts, u
FALL & TURNLEY,
. Elder' Block, slgaef Big Onn, "
TO SPORTSMEN. .
Sharp and Perry' Rifle, double and afngle
Shot Gum; Pouches, Belts, Flask, and
Fishing Tscklt, of every Ascription.
TO CARPENTERS, BLA CKSMITHS
Wt particularly call your attention ta our
large stook of ,, .
House Famishing Hardware, Tools,
; " ... &c. :
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS
We bave now a rr ry large clock of '
Of the very beat make, which you would do
. ; well to call jd see.
Study your intcrett, and try the New
Ilardtcart Haute. -f
FALL 4 TUKNLEY,
April 10, 1857-ly .
-.Wholesale and Retail ! I
WE have an hand, a large and fresh stock of
Clothing and Gentlemen r arnlshlug Goods, all
of th latest style and make, consisting of Bea
ver Raglans, Seal Skin Raglaa, Mohair and Caai
mer Raglaua. Pluia and taney frock ever Coat
dec. Black cloth Frock and Dree Ceats, busi
ness Caaimre cents, all lbs new style of black
and fancy Cns'mer Pant. Silk Velvet Vests,
Silk aud Satin V.sts, block cloth nd fancy Cu si
meres of all slieund gradea. Gents shoulder seam
shirts, Cashmere Drawers and under shirts, blch.
and browu Drawers, silk and Merino under shirts,
silk and linen Handkerchiefs, cravats and ties,
black snd fancy Kid Cloves, black tllk Taffeta
gloves, Berk Gauntlets &c Port Monies and
pocket Books, Whips and tTmbrellar ' Beebe
at Co's sup. ri,k llt, soft r'ur Hata, Planter
black Hat, silk Plush Caps&c. Beekert and
Ryan pump Boat. freuchCalf water proof Boot
and Bhoee, Jvio ana Ualf Ualters, Bhawls and
fancy Blankets for Gent'tmcus use. Our stack
f BOYS CLOTHING
Is very complete snd sll freeh, Over coat of all
the new styles aud qualities, Dreis and Fiock
Coats, business Cost die., Pant. Vests, Draws
Ate. We are determined to s-ll Goods as low as
they caa be bought in the Wist. Our expenses
are small lu compariaou lo the majority ef houses
In ihecity. We are not at the expenceof clerk
hire Ae-, where other houses sre at the expese of
one dollar, ours is pot one cent conseqnenily we
can afford lo sell low for cafh or to punctual men
on the usual time. Country merchant would do
wall to call anc1 examine our atoek before purchas
ing elsewhere. 7'ry a and e for yourselves,
w are always ready to show goods to every body.
You will find usat Mr. A. B- Harrisona (ta'nd tio.
13 Franklin streef, Clarksville Tsaaeasee.
POLLOCK tt W AGUENKR.
October 9. 1857 If.
Under the Sun!
A large stock of good Boot and Shoe I now
being opened by the subcrilier iu the Afore house
oa Franklin street, recently occupied by V. F.
Bibb, as a Confectionary, neuly oppos'te the court
house, the most of which are
Made to Order.
Expressly for me. Ato a fin (election ef Men
Boys' and Childreu's ilata, ef the laAret and meal
Faihionable S t y 1 c ,
- And to th ladle, I would ay, that ao pain
or expenae will be spared te render their depart
ment of my busioeea complete, I inland keep
ing constantly on baud a full supply ot Ilia
Beit and F i n e 1 1
Ladiea' Hhoes that cub be purchaeed In th Eas
tern cities, th most of .which w III be made le or
der. All of the bov good will be sold aa low
aa can be pnrcha-ed in this city.
FOR C A a II ! !
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore
extended lo me, aud hoping by strict applicatlea
to business to merit Ihs sumo in future, I would
ray, eall and examine my good and price, aad
yoa wl.l be salaried.
Rrtpectfnllv. D. SMITH.
P. 8. My pegged work 1 ef the best, and the
work will be warranted. 8.
Clarksville, Oct 9, '57-tf
J. J. tAMPTOfSTcoT,
Commission & Forwarding
ME It CHANTS,
No. 1, City Bull'ilnrs, Corner Market and Coin
meivlul Street end Levee,
ST. LO UISr MO.,
N. B. Ceuelgameuts eollclted. ' Order for all
aort ef Merchandise A led promptly in with
care by experienced buyers.
Oct, IS, 157-1
"20C(TFrttU frees for SaTt
Consi.tlng of Apple. Tear. F-acb, riuw.&S-,
Jk. Their gruwlli is eiwadin1 v vlgoreua and
An. 15 ct fur Apples, 20 lr Prai he, all nf lb
lim sl aeciiinaiad vjrie.ie a o 950,HUi 0ig
Oraug pi. mi. at 9,5'J M UiraLerry p'auis ef 5
er 6 viielies, snd oilier smnll fralt. Plant tree
in Noven. bar a t4 t li'.ln fiuil uue ve.rs.ou-...
mm4 ailiai.neirfaliiiinli I i
NEAV SABDLERY AMD
JUST OFKNED TINDER FOWLER'
II ALL, 3 DOORS 1ITK
. T08T OFnCK.
WE hava aeine4 and are
tr.anuft etnrtng, every arihtle l
UwKxWIIrgN. Itarues ba lnet
la the uiaUrial era as, aaal tb
workmen we employ, we acknowledge no spr
ine, tt we InvlUall le come and examine tb wetk.
whoa-made for themeelvae, and K taste, beaaty
ittraliillty and lew price re aay ludaoemert ta
purchasers, we are sure of their patronage. - We,
ell for reh ohiy.
J. M. GLASCOCK, Agetuv
una S-57 tf.
Jf o. 5, Kldek' Row, - -
Oi tb. Pablle liut, -'
. CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE; .71
Thm fSnM'ansl liMt Mrtrrintil Af flinnU C. m.
eyand DRY GOODS, :
Hardware, Glatmearf, Qwmttcart, Boot
and Shoet, Haft, Copt, Bimnett, de.
8clecle4 in the New York and Philadelphia mar
kU with great careaad at tha lowest Cjsh PatcKs.
Always oa hand, aud rwceiving, the latest slyloa
nd fiueat qnslltfes of Jaconet, Cambrr, 8wia.
Maltr and fine French Kmbreideree) Cellar),
and SLEEVES i Hmelt. Lnce,.te varhra
width Ilonltoa, Maitlse, Real . Valerx-lenn,
nmtinr. and Rn.li.h THRF.AI' I,rrst A
large aaeertment of Linen Bobbin and Daman
Lac Edgings. t.
Dress Trimmings la, Every Tarlctj
Black and Fancy Dreee Silks, Detain, Ducats
Brilliante. Chlntiea, Ginghams, Lawn, MntU'
ra. with every description af Ladiea aud Chil
dren' wear, ef th isoet durable and taalefal ma
terial, f ; . ,: i '
A full aortwnt of 8tnBl Good af ae
proved manafaetar and established reputatioaf.
elected for CASH, at manufacturer' prices, aad
now offered at the lowest rate tor eover cost a ad
Fine Cloths and fas&inieres,
of yarien shades, Vestings, Satinets, Negro cloill '
DrHi. Tickings, Carpet tngs. Bagging, eie.
Havlna every facility In New York aad Phila
delphia for selecting, St all times, freeh supplies af
rata style and fine eualities of good, at the very
lowest priees, for Caeh, w fear ae honorable
competition, aed freely iavlte an examination of
our atoek, which lo be fully appreciated,' need
on'y to be well known in this Community.
It will be our rule and study. Invariably, tov
deal lairly and honorably with every one, arnt
make It te their advantage t deal with us. Com'
sod see and judge far yoarselve.
-CASH PAID FOR VARIOUS Alt;
TICLES OF PRODUCE, auch at T
Feathert, Wool,' Cfinteng,
Beetwax, ( . Ilidet, ' Hidci, i '
&.e.i in large' or small quautities. ' '
All transactions at Clarksville, la charge of and
conducts i by the subscribers, -
CHALKS IJ. l'AKIStl,
R. O. B, DONNING.
May I,1857-6m .
VICTORIOUS OVER PAIN.
BMGG'S ARCTIC" LINIIIEST.'i
Acnay ar ease I arkDa ar '
Wltii ! I j( er dwikl Theaa .
ara the ,uattnn tarulirad ra Um ,
dvpiMmer njetiluo f Uila f
elv by Ike aurtTra te exlaraaJ
din m aa4 injuries Having ra-I
cetvea the loWnwmeni vi taeel.
ttngiiiKlied mwnm, the lat
KN E, aad It. rnloaejr teat ad dur
ing two awful Winter, la tb r
gnMu etenial tee. fl la aev eom
ing ia1r rvnernl una in evarv mwi
tivn ef Hi. etriliard gtsbe, alii lu
aiarTelaHS-eufTii arv everjwkure
eieltiag aalunuUimnit. - '
THE AFFLICTED REJOICE.'
HrxnitEns and morsi-vrjej
a.a tented Its virtues sad aie
liaelng la freedoai frntn Ktc
tn-riug TAJN arxl it.sKAk.,
Vf.Afc " oilier rauiedtes Iiad
ITtJ2 "" Ihe H
'tTW, NrX'R.MlA, id
rVP MATI8JI, rMltOKl'lJt,
ACI IK T 1UOIII. ACH l--Are Jft
Mlll.! with nl II UIPIAI
r V ... "I CUHNS. MIRK IVH I'll lKI 7
lan Anvitv Aunuuciti .
will afford jou loiUiit reilrf.
KTwrjlHxIj i UaU w
BW&m AND , SCALDS,.'' :
rxpsmlnn. aud ouulatMM, rWi aob
tvl tbat auru aiean. of relieviaif '
their tniinre abnulrl alwar. be
acaadblaf 8uebdne.el.t (a thla
baling iaia cooiiollim ugttU 11 1
THE MOTHERS' COMPANION.'
U (oraa FAKfX IV Tttg
hkkakt. KMh swmn,
HlT.t I tl fUlll K tuu 1.
1 wh i",r9
4V.v'.H;'i and alt d.cvknitkiia ai'd ta.
V 4 ' . W , . ....... W . t I . .b
itiyi" ' ' tlM-e trr on la-autr'
V;.J with the AW.IH- USlUKNT.
ffriVi'iV? '" '? l eaeelknt Air it.. lUIr,
GOOD TOU MAM AND BEAST, ,
v,' i'S. It U erln rraedy W
y'V"A V . the raHftiia di - n e. Willi
V J-'if ' ii'' i K i'tct k"r-riirtlletrj.eur
"T lj . fbi ' il tn lh SHXt alniiilie..eiif
V rift ll I BI l.-M. M-IIAINri, r-llll..
S0Fll IIAIT. WfifXIH. H'BATMt-
fct- ClrWf'eiAt.'l fl INK. uW-HKAll, HJ-
M IL. te. Xe fcrmer, Heerr
I.U. k eper. ur n rrrm
ewDlng nluaMa UORar.a,
.nwiild b wliboat UUs vaiaa
lor aula by all e.netM fruM. Wl tWta.
Priees ef the liniment, II eent., Meeut. and St a Ut.
U. A wn'dIUr IxiUW watnki. . aiucli 1-iuju.al
alf ht tweatx ttva-erut kolllu. ,
Free, p,irM..T nf a d..t.r Wdile ef th- AIM WW
IMK.NT reelr. at lr Hi" " pe'r IMJJ.H
. pTAIW XR1AI. nf )e V-rs. tar er. rear. TUe
JtMriMt y m lane. ilUi.imid Mosr-eatli auuilx r c.i
taiohw ua, Wa.iilfnlfji Pnr.il oe rtenr while
aarwr. .M Slledwllh arljiaal atiT frr. II mt bill.
U.I writer, rd ih e-uolrr. f'rrtUirate id .iib-rrli
and rutt purtlr.Ue. r II.. annd and rb.k.atl.rii sn-ti-rpehas
of wnteli thU anVe lunn. a piirt, aill auaij7
"a!. aokvT WAVWMn maV TrnTN-.r rM AE.
Biuuu t m nuowu, st. J"
hew V..arir No .11 t.i..UAAT. .
CoaiieunlmtiAna eliouH alw 1 ..l.l .'-d ". M. W.ul.
For "le by P. It. Thoinu, Bryarly t MoCau
ley, end W.O Vance.
Oct 3, lRi7 ly.
llrjarly fc Itl'CanIev.
Are ia I In receiett uf their complete assort
mcnt of I re.h
DRUGS : MEDICINES,
ass - o a OtfiLsaoMs&Tr.
T wkiuh they salt Hie alieuilon of Pit. aictaas,
ceuutry merchants, sad the ublie gem rely.
'I'ey aril cheep oa a errdll le punctual da.lera, ar
for eaeh, aad avrythlag warraulod aa iwprveenU-d.
They bave else just reerivrd a aileiHikl attx-k if
Jliul ToiU J;i 0
To which thsaiunilon i( th I ullns' I moat
pecla.lv directed Call and w them Clia-p la
DtrosiT te.loniis, but rkeprr fur cash.
Sii Our J'lftuiyliti 1( puflmnU
is couducUd lu llie niojt oarwiul uj ''! and with
Hi alius! aiiu-tv aua preei.lon. Il.lug your pr.
tA'rii.liOM. tu us, if vou lil us best, lr vti ura
. ii. i',tll.iV For tlirM dpmriri1 ateidtai. ilia
'Viiiil'. .''.. AIU.TIO I.IMMfr alMwH Wa
JV'". '0-JJs'f kept en b.nd.'foe Ha..iM. wee
ilh'fi' '7 Xf sa'raedlate rati of, erieii
vXljjJj&'9' ttxm """ '''i '
V1''" dXlisK'- ,uJ rrnkuad train (l ouM ,
v VIJF-V '" 'P ' who ihmX b" bror,1 '"
Av v . QyfiJI . -sbrielw of anriiMh uttered brthw
H- .SF 'fc,KWS aonlrkd and nialrmd tletluis eg'