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NEBLETT & GRANT, Loeal Editor.
... FRIDAY, N0VE3IBER 6, 1857.
tX ChronkU OJiet ver Yf II. Briarlg't Stort.$
," ALL persona indebted to tlio Chronicle
vjfice, for subscription, job-work or adver
tising, op to the first of October, are bere
bj notified, that they mutt come forward
and settle up, as the office has changed
hands, and it is necessary for all of the
old business to be settled immediately.
Wk spoke last week, of the steady pro
gress of Clarksville in the march of im
provement, and this leads ns to advert to
the prosperity of the neighboring town of
New Providence. Ita progress has been
quite rapid, though silent, and it is doing
a much larger business than is generally
suspected. Its stores, groceries and work
shops are well patronized, and its location
North of lied River gives it the con
trol of a large Forwarding and Commis
sion business. In addition to Linwood
and Trice's Landing both well establish
ed and commodious Warehouses, Mr. John
K. Smith is just completing a largo fire
proof Warehouse, at the mouth of Red
River. The building is two stories, and
so arranged that produce can be delivered
into either story from the waggons, by an
upper and a lower road. It is approached,
from the lower Bridge, by a new turnpike
well constructed and of easy grade, and
the wharf, new nearly fininhed, is a su
perior one. - The building is 250 feet by
60. Contiguous to this, is a steam barrel
factory, the property of Ogden & Co.,
which is doing a large business, and pro
ving to bo a great acquisition to the Mills,
which are numerous in the victflity. . But
a few steps from the bridge, Mr. James
Cumraings is erecting a steam Distillery,
calculated to do a large busines. Tho lo
cation is a perfect one, and the establish
ment promises to be profitable. It will be
in operation in about five weeks. There
are also two largo tobacco Sterameries in
Providence, both of which we learn, will
be in full operation so soon as the season
We must not bo understood as saying
that all these establishments ore actually
within the corporato limits of Providence,
but they are so nearly so as to justify the
mention of them as a part of tho town,
and of its business.
Wk learn from tho Columbia Mirror, of
the 29th ult., that our townsman, Mr. J.
M. Glascock, received the premium for the
best set of Buggy Harness exhibited at
the Fair recently hold in that place. We
are pleased to record this fact, as wo have
stated in another column, that "our city
can boast of tho best class of mechanics in
the West." It is proper to state that tho
Fair at Columbia was largely represented
with manufactured articles of every de
scription. Thk Circuit Court of Cheatham County,
was organized by tho Hon. W. W. Peppor,
on tho 3d Monday in October, by authori
ty of an act of tho present Legislature
It is doubtful whether Cheatham will con
tinue to bo a county, for any great length
of time, as the counties of Montgomery
and Davidson have filed bills in tho Chan
cery Court, for the purpose of recovering
the portions of territory taken from them
in the formation of tho new county. ,
Last Monday was County court day,
but no business of any great importance
was transacted. The auctioneer's voico
did not ring as loudly as it did before the
"Panic," and property did not soli so readi
ly. Wk are glad to see that our friends are
making Bomo efforts in our behalf; and if
they will continue to persevere, wo have
no doubt, but that a largo list can be pro
cured for the Chron Ida. Let every Amer
ican and unprejudiced democrat, who
does not tako tho Chronicle, como forward
immediately and enter their names upon
our list, for wo are determined to give them
paper worthy of their patronage.
Tiieih Las been a groat "run" mado oh
tho Tigcon Roost, by tho boys about town,
for a week past. The roost is about 18 or
20 miles from town, in Kentucky, near
the Hopkinsville road, whoro tho pigeons
congregate by thousands. Four gentlo
aon loft hero, after dinner one day last
week, and killed 1500, (so they say) and
got back to dinner the next day. That
was pretty good.
W have struck from our list this week,
a good many delinquent subscribers, who
havo not paid for their paper for a number
of years. We dislike to do such things,
but wo cannot afford to publish a paper on
tue five year system ; however, wo aro in
hopes they will consider the matter, and
como and pay up "old scores," and com
mence anew. If any should fail to receive
their paper this week, they may know tho
causa', though we have mailed to all names
that wo found on our packet book up to
Tin "Montgomery Guards" have re
organised, and were out on drill last Mon
day night. There will bo a drill again on
next Saturday evening. All the mem
ber aro requested to turn out in full uniform.
Ins additioa to the building of the
Clarksvillo Female Academy, is now un
der a rapid course of construction. The
trustees bare a subscription sufficient to
complete the building now going up,
which consists of two largo rooms, on ei
thcr side of the presont building. They
are also going to run the old house up one
story higher, and build a large portico in
front, which will add greatly to the ap
pearance of the house. We understand
that it is the intention of the trustees to
employ an able corps of teachers, as soon
as the house shall have boon completed,
and try to build up a School of the first
order. A good female School has long
been needed here. We are able to support
a School that would be an honor to the
place, having, as we do, advantages not
unequal to any place in this portion of
Mr. B. R. Peart, has completed one of
neatest, and most substantial stone bridges
across the slough, near the upper bend of
the river we have seen. It will stand as a
monument to his skill as a finished work
man. Our city can now boast of a class
of mechanics inferior to none in the West
Most of our citizens enjoyed an intel
lectual feast in the series of sermons upon
the Prophecies by Rev. 8. D. Baldwin,
commencing last Sabbath morning and
closing on Tuesday night, at the M. E.
Church. Mr. Baldwin may properly be
ranked with the master spirits of the age
a great intellect. We leave a descrip
tion of these discourses to a more able
pen. We hope some one'eompetent to the
task will furnish it for publication.
Since penning the above, we learn that
Mr. Baldwin has a work in press, embra
all his views upon this subject, which will
be ready for delivery about the first of
January next All who desire a copy
should subscribe for it now it will be
furnished for f 1 50 per copy, to subscri
bersothers will have to pay a higher
Oi'R faithful and efficient Representa
tive, M. D. Davie, Esq., arrived in town,
last evening, on a visit to his family. He
looks a little worsted in health, as might
be expected from the looofoeo atinwpJiert
ho has been breathing in the Capitol.
F. S. Beaumont & Co., having bought
out Messrs. Northington & Vaughan, will
continue the Hardware business at their
old stand. Messrs. B. & Co., are in re
ceipt of many articles in their line, and are
awaiting the arrival of a large and well
selected stock of everything pertaining to
their business. We don't know the Co.
part of the concern, but we welcome
Frank back in the midst of those who
raued him, and we wish him and the Co.
Mr. J. W. Dolbear has just closed bis
course of instructions in Penmanship in
our city. To show in what estimation his
instruction is held, we subjoin what Mr.
W. P. Hume, Cashier of Planters' Bank
at this pluco, says in relation to it:
"I would not tnke ten times tho amount
I paid him, (830) and have my children
be without tho instructions ho has given
This "Philo Crinoline Society" have just
invented a "pocket barometer" to warn la
dy navigators, of whirlwinds and storms.
and givo them timo to heave into port.
Every lady needs one.
Tub Irith had another fight on the
Square last Saturday night a thing not
Franklin Street, from Bob House's
Grocery to the Wild Cat Bank, is beauti
fully interspersed with mud-puddles, eto.
It is a shame that tho principal thorough
fare in our city should be so sadly neglect
ed. We pray our city Fathers to bestow
some attention to this particular portion
of our city.
Ouu Devil on Hoors. Our devil came
up into the office the other day, grumbling
because ho had got swept off the side
walk by a mammoth set of hoop. We
undertook to leoture him, but he remon
strated by saying, that "it was impossible
to get around a woman in these days, for
ho was swept off boforo he got half way
"Eueoersia" Church, situated in the
southern part of Christian county. Ky.,
was destroyed by fire on last Saturday
morning. The members of the church
Reformers were holding a protracted
meeting, and it is supposod caught from
the fire left in the church that night.
A mono the many improvements going
on in town, we notice the large tobacco
factory of Mr. Lewis G. Williams on Com
Ot'R city is sadly in need of that institu
tion known as a Culalooc. Judging from
what wo now and then sco and hear upon
our streets, at night, we think there are
somo about hero whose morals would be
improved by such an establishment.
We nre informed by a gentleman in
town, that several crops of tobacco have
been purchased here, at $7 per hundred.
Not knowing the particulars, we give tho
statement tji it was made to us, and
leave conclusions to those interested in
: IlaTiNd noticed most of our business
houses, we now beg leave to speak of that
elever firm, Bryarly A MeCauley, dealers
in Drugs, Medicines, ic., en Franklin St
They are aow foceiving a fresh supply of
Drugs, medicines, brandies (for medical
purposes,) Perfumeries, fancy notions ic-
They have a very large and extensive es
tablishment, and are Druggists of great
experience, and clever gentlemen; Wei
bespeak for them a share of public patron
age. On Tuesday night last, there was a man
by the name of Waller, shot by one Jane
Brumbeaugh, a notorious character, who
lives near the Plaining Mill of W. S. Mo-
Reynolds Sl Co. Tho case created a great
deal of excitement, and the trial lasted
two days. The prosecution was conduct
ed by Messrs. Harrel and Bailey, and the
defence by Messrs. Hornberger, House,
Smith and King. We refrain from giving
a report of the testimony, as the case has
to be tried at tho. next Criminal Court
The defendant was bound over to Criminal
Court in a bond of $25,00. Waller, we
understand, is improving a little and may
possibly get well.
. "Thi gifted, but lamented Byron said,
"few none ever find the thing they love."
If Byron had lived to see the tobacco
chewers of the present day, he would have
taken that back. They seek it early and
find it their devotion to it surpasses al
most every thing else. You may see many
a beardless strippling chewing as for life ;
and does any one suppose that he has not
found the thing he loves f Men have va
rious objects of life, but the most recent
invention is chewing a filthy weed called
A very heavy rain fell here last night,
accompanied with, thunder and lightning.
River very muddy ; weather as mild as
May, and the forests still clad in a heavy
suit of variegated foliage.
To Printers. We have a good second
hand double medium Printing Press for
sale, upon reasonable terms.
Conundrum. Why is a man who mar
ries a modern Belle, like a poet?
Answer. Because he gives to " airy
nothing, a local habitation and a name."
67 We ar authorized to announce THOMAS
RAMEY, candidate for re-election, to the office
of Sheriff of Montgomery County.
On Mondoy evening, the 2nd Inst., at Trinity
Church, by the Rev. J. J. Ridley, D. D., Mis
Ellin, aecond daughter of the late Dr. George
WcDaniel.of this city, to Mr. Wi. H. Gilliat.
formerly of Liverpool, England.
The interesting ceremony of this marriage waa
witnessed by a large concourse of frlendt, aud,
ifier the marriage, a number of Invited guests
assembled at the residence of the bride's mother,
and spent the evening In elegant social enjoy
Our sincere benediction! go wit'i the happy
couple to their new home.
In this city, yesterday evening, at the
Washington Hotel, by the Rev. J. B. West, Mr.
W. B. Ttlu, of Hadenaville, Ky.,to Miss A delta
Tavlos, daughter of Wiley Taylor, of Todd
On the 30th Inst., in New Providence, Teun.,
Fsank, son of W.F. and Susannah Barbee.
Claksville, Nov. 6, 1857.
Whcat. Very dull, buyers offering from 50 to
60 cents. Flour $6 V bbl.
Reef. . . from 5 to 10 cts,
8 to 10 cts.
. .7 to 10 cts.
25 to 30 cts.
Kggs, 'ocareel .13 10 1
75 cts. per hush.
50 to 60 cts
60 to 70 cts.
13 tn 15 cts.
14 to 15 cts.
Louisville, Nov. 4.
Market very quiet. Flour was selling by the
dray-load at $4 25. Wheat we quote at 7075c.
New Corn 30c. For Oats the trade is paying 27
Sales of 4 hhds Sugar at 9 and 10c, and 70 bap
Rio Coffee la small lots at llj.
The sales of raw whisky were at 15e.
Sales of 6 hhds Tobacco in the laat two days
at $4 70.4 75, 5 00, 5 55 and 7 65.
Hay ia scarce, and nearly 10 J bales were taken
from the wharf yesterday by consumers at $14
Niw Yoa, Not.3,X M.
Cotton market eloaed dull. Floor la firm aahs
of 1 ,700 bbla. White wheat I 30 a 1 33. Corn is
firm and sale unimportant Lard firm at 12.
Cincinnati, Nor. 3 P. M.
Flour market dull sales of 1 200 at 4 304 4 50
for superfine and extra) receipts light Whiskey is
active salea of 1600 bbls at 15j. Cheese dull at
9,39' g. Nothing doing lu hogs, and buyers are of.
faring 5; two heutes are packing contract hogs.
Ratea of exchauge are unaltered. New Fork 5 pr
cent premium. Baltimore and Philadelphia 3 pr
pr cent prem.
New Oilcans, Nov. S P. M.
Cotton market Is generally unchanged sales to
day of 8 500 bales, salea ofthreo days, 21 00 bale'
Sugar dull at 3y'a4o for common. Jtfolasse 24c
Flour firm at 5 37t'f85 50. Provisions very dull
Excbatnf oa London 04(395. N Y sight 2 pr rt
Sealed proposals will be received for the renting
of tho Linwood Landing, and appurtenances, for
one yer.r or a series of years, until the UOth of
tills (iMovemoer,; ihoiimi.
Parties making proposals will address them to
D. W. Uvasuw, barietlsburgh, Ky.
Tree. Linwood Landing Co.
NoV. 6, 1857..2w
Anvil's, Vices, Bellows, Stocks and Dies.
Cast, Shear, German and Blister Steel.
Shovels, Spades, Hoes, rskesand Folks.
Hammers, Hatchets, and Files.
Carpenters' Coopers', and Blacksmiths' Tools.
Circular Saws and Saw Mandrils.
Mill, Cross-cut, and Hand-Saws.
Axes, Naila, Chains, and Hamea.
MORTISE AND BORING MACHINES:
Also, a large assortment of Guns, Rifles, and Pistols; Table Knives and Forks; Pockot Knives, Scla-
, aors, and Shears, of every Aariety.
Forming In all the Largest Variety and moat Extensive Stock of tho kind aver offered to the Nash
ville Trade or surrounding eountryi oil of which we now offer at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
to Cash Boreas or Prompt-fating Customers en Six Months' Time. We wilt from now until De
cember 1st offer extra inducements to Cash Buyers, and particularly solicit the attention ot every
Country Merchant visiting the market to our unasually large stock of Edge Touts, Gone and Cutlery.
Respectfully, McCALL, VANLEER Sc. CO.,
Oct. 2, '57-tf 44 South Market Street, Sign of the Big Padlock.
THE COMBINATION PATENT PORTA
BLE STEAM SAW-MILL.
This Mill Is fast coming Into use In every section of this country, Canada, Cuba, and South Amer
ica. It has received the endorsement of several thousand experienced lumber manufacturers, and Is
pronounced by alt who have examined Ita operation, to be the moat simple, efficient, and practical ma
chine for the purpose ever produced- Ol the large
fy any person to point to a single one of them that lias failed to give perfect aatisfaction.
Description of the First, or Smallest size.
As will be seen from the engraving, the lower part of the mill is composed of a simple frame, the
timbers of which are about eight Inches square, either of oak or other hard wood, securely fastened
together with strong iron bolts. This framework Is 7 feet long, 7 leet deep below the bed pieces, and
5 feet wide. The main shaft is 3J Inches in diameter, and the driving pulley 22 inches in diame
ter, and 9 inch face. The pitman wheel Is of solid iron, and is three feet in diameter.
The pitman is of iron, four feet long, and la connected with the saw bv an oseillatin cross head.
Thia arrangement of the slides and cross head, which has lately been patented, is the only plan we
have everaeen by which the saw could be made to play op and down, with the desired rapidity, with
out grating and heating. It secures a uniform bearing on all parts, withoat regard to the position of
tile saw, and when the saw la once fastened at the bottom, it never haa to be altered to sait any al
teration In the rake, and even though it should not hang plumb, the guide pieces will adjust them
selves. This is a very important object gp.lued, for under all the old arrangement), any fuaecuracy
In the hanging of the saw causes great friction and consequent destruction of machinery. -
The carriage runs upon small friction wheels, four inches in diameter. Thoa It moves with less
shake, less noise, and leaa friction, and consequently requiring less power than In the old! way.
The aaw used Is of cast steel, 12 inches wide, and 7 feet long, sufficient for all legs under feet
in diameter, n - " .
The new arrangement at the upper ond of the saw consists of slide made to be lowered or raised
to suit tho size of the log. The saw is guided at the lower end of this slide by means of two wooden
gibs, and the upper end of the saw is fastened to two metallic blocks, which play up and down in the
grooves, as seen in the engraving. The whole arrangement about the saw, both at the top and (he
bottom, is so perfect, that the aaw glides np and down, with Its wonderful speed almost as quietly
and eaaily aa though it were running only in oil. It has been the atudy of mechanics for years to
produce something that would do away with the necessity of straining saw in an nprlght mill,
and, we believe, tiiat object haa never been fully attained until the discovery of the present plan. '
The locomotive boiler is ten feet long, containing 44 tubes, V-i inches In diametor and 6 feet
long. Tho shell ia 34 iuohes in diameter; the firebox, 36 inchea long and 28 Inches wide ; smoke
pipe, 18 inches In diameter and about 30 feet long. Thia boiler may be rated as about 15 horse power.
The cylinder boiler is 36 Inches In diameter, 20 feet long, with 2 flues 12 inches In diameter, and
possesses generating capacity of about IS horse power.
PORTABILITY AND FREIGHTAGE.
The mill and power as described above, all complete, with the exception of the bed pieces and
woodwork of the carriage, with the locomotive boiler, weighs abont 54 tons, with cylinder boiler
about 6 tons as follows! m
Cylinder boiler, with Its connections, 4,500 lbs. Locomotive boiler, with its connections, 3,500 lbs.
Engine, with its connections,1 2,800 lbs. Mill, With Its oonn actions, 4,70 lbs.
This machinery ia regarded aa good freight, and may be forwarded without trouble, either npon
car, eiBttniDoai, or any ouier memoa, to any secuon oi mo country.
HOW MUCH IT WILL DO.
The speed of this mill is about three hundred strokes of the saw per minute, and the feed from
i to if an Inch for eveiy stroke, depending upon the character of the timber. Thua, at a medium
speed, the saw wonld cut through a log twelve
data any practical man,, knowing the cnaracHr
etc., can make a very correct estimate what
From tbe various statements of different parties
3,3l)U reetys about an average twelve noura work in ordluary lumber. .
Two men are sufficient to attend this mill, when the logs are convenient to the carriage, i This
power requires about two barrels of water per hour; any small spring or well affords a sufficient quan
We furnish these mills and powers, as described above, including nil tho screws, bolts, belting,
grate-bars, saw, supply-pump, wrenches, crowbars, and everything necessary for running, excepting
the two long bed pieces and the woodwork of the carriage, the whole put np and boxed,' and delivered
in St. Louis, for $1,750.
Too segments and friction wheels furnished for
An extra length will be aent when desired, and an
ings and full explanations are sent with each mill,
up and run 11 without trouble, l no right to use is
This mill is constructed on tha same plan aa the
(t requires more power to drive it to Its full speed,
time. The saw is eight feet in length, sufficienffor
"he engine is a 9 inch cyinder, and 24-inch atroke.
feet 4 inches long diameter of the shell, 38 Inches
tubes, 3 Inches in diameter and B feet long and all the other parts in proportiou.
The cylinder boiler furnished with the above engine ia 42 inchea in diameter and 20 feet long, with
two flues, furnace front, smoke-pipe, and all the other parte in proportion. The generating capacity
of either of the above boilers is ubout 20 horsepower. This power ia furnished with the mill, aad
everything all complete, ready for running, for $2,25(1, in St. Louis.
For further particulars address, '"'
BRAGG. BURROWES, & Co., St Loui., . .
Proprietors and Manufactures. Terms Cash.
October 2, '57 3m. . f
I wou'd inform the citixens of Todd and Logan
Cunlles, and the traveling community in general,
visiting Clarksville, that I baja taken charge of
until the first of Jauuary, and shall be happy to
see all my old friends and patrons who so liberal
ly patronixed me at Graysvllle, with the assurance
that nothing shall be Uft uudone to make visitors
entirely at home.
Clarksville, Nov. 6, 1857-tf
The Largest Stock Yet.
At Low Prices.
CALL AND BEE,
J. M- RICE.
R. S. MOORE & CO.
Britlnh, India, I'rench and American Dry
Good, Ready-made Clothing, Ingrain
and DruarU CarpeU, Hardware,
Cuthry, Boot, Shoei, JJrogam, Jlonnets,i-c.
Have ju t rt'eeived their full supply of all ar
ticles In their line, purchased in Baltimore. Phil
adelphia, New York and Horton, during the
mouth of August, and now ready for exhibition
oa their eounluri. The are well aware of the (act
that very little attention ia paid to what Is ssid lu
advertixemeuts, aud would, therefore, merely
tt. iliev have lota of roods ulilrh thev want to
sell, and hope tha people will eull aud judj;e of
the quality aud pree.
Clarkavllle, Kept II, '57-tf
fur Call tt FALL & TURNLEY'S for
Sot pocket Cutlery, jcoj
October 1G, 1857 if.
NEW HARDWARE HOUSE,
CALL, YANLEER 1 CO
. . ' BEAUMONT, VANLEER & CO
later iimtTiii mo mtiiu ln'- 1
ENO., & AMERICAN HARDWARE,
' . .OCRS AND .CUTLERY,
8 I O N OF THE 0 I O P A & LO C K ,
No. 44 South' Market Street, .', V v
NASHVILLE , T B N N .
Knob, Plate, Gun. Pad, and Trunk Locks.
Sifters, Riddles, Wovs and Screen Wire,
Tacks, Brads, Shoe and Finishing Nails.
Platform, Counter, Beam, and Tea Scnles.
Slates, Clocks, Mirrors, and Variety Goods.
Lard, Cneese, and Butter-Triers.
Eridle Bits, Stirrup Irons, Rsin & Girth Webbing.
Corn Mills, 8hsllers, and Straw Cutters.
number of these mills now in operation, wo de
feet long in from one to two minutes. From this
and aixe of the logs, their convenience to the cam
the mill will accomplish in any given time.
using these mills, we calculate that from 3,000 to
the carriage are sufficient to saw logs 24 feet long,
extra charge made of two dollars per foot. Draw
also a perfect model, and no one can fail to put it
alwaya included in the aale or every mill.
other, and ia about one-third larger and heavier.
and will saw a much larger amount In any given
the largrat and heaviest timber in any section.
The locomotive boiler furnished with it ia 13
furnace, 36 Inchea long and 37 inchea wide 34
HART, COF-LTEll & CO.
Now offer a largesM well assorted stock of fall
and winter goods, aud strAaolicIt the patronage
of their friends and cuatoiirers. Thev ere prepar
ed to offer atrong indudfcmenU Taaurchasers, and
only ask them to call and examiqe'joods aud pri
ces. TO FARMERS.
Wo ask your special examination of our Negro
Shoes, Boots, filaukets, Hats aud goods (or Negro
TO UAiSl L'USTVMEllS.
Liberal discounts will be made.' -HART,
COULTER At Co?
Sep. 18th, 'f 7 lm.
Cary Street, between Pearl and Fifteenth.
Manufactures Stationary Englnea of any re
3d i red poweri also, Portable Engines, with a decl
sd Improvement over any other heretofore made,
(from 5 to 40 horse power.) well sdspted tu fann
ing purposes, getting lumber, &.0 , with Improved
Circular Portable Paw Mills attached, of let 2nd,
and 3d Class. Mining Machinery, Grist and Saw
Mill Machinery, Forglngs, and also, Urass and
Iron Castings mado to order. Tobacco Fixtures
and Screws of every description,
Rsfer to John McKeage, of Clarksville.
Oct 16, lr57-3m. -
Win. W. ValliantK
Foreign and Domestic Dry-Goods,
No. 17, Fraukllu Street.
Has just received, and la now opening the
largest and best selected stock ol Fall and Winter
Dry Gsoda he has ever brought to this market,
In which will be found all the new varieties of
Ladles Dress Goods, e in li racing various sty les of
Rich (all wool) Cashmer and de Lalnes) Bya
deres and side stripe Kobes; Scotch Plsids;
Merino.; rich black a .id fuucjr
Sllks;sids stripe Chlnts
French, English and American Print.;
ths largest stock of Cloaks, Mantillas
and Talmas la market) a fine
stock of Hnystate.HleN
French double ShawUi Embroideries, In ovsry
variety) ladies SklUs, from 4 U l-i'l) first rata
stock f BaltUiors Plaid alrlped Liiiwya; fulled
cloths) Kerseys, aud woolen gooda ganerallyi i
Cloths, Csasiniere, Sttlinelis, Shos. Hals, aud
a great variety of othr good to which tho atten
tion of boyers is respectfully invitsd.
Out. 23, 1647-lm
FALL & TUMLEY,
Elder's Block, sljn of Big Gun,
Shtrpi and Perry's Rifles, double and single
Shot Gum; Pouches, Bella, Flask, and
Fishing Tackle, of every decription.
TO CARPENTERS, BLACKSMITHS
We particularly call your attention to our
large atock of
noose Furnishing Hardware, Tools,
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS
We have now a very large atock of
Of the very beet make, which yon wouij do
. . well to call aad see..
Study your intcretl, and try tlie New
. ,; FALt & TURNLEY.
April 10, 1867-ly
Wholesale and Retail ! !
WE have on hand, a large and freah atock of
Clothing and Gentlemen FumUhing Goods, all
of the lateat styles and make, consisting of Bea
ver Raglans, Seal Skin Region, Mohair and Casi
mer Raglans. Plain and fancy frock over Coats
fee. Black cloth Frock and Dress Coats, busi
ness Casimere coals, all tha new stvles of black
and fancy Casimere Pants. Silk Velvet Vests,
Silk and Satin Vests, black cloth and fancy Cast
meres of nil size atid grsdee. Gents shoulder seam
shirts, Cashmere Drawers and under shirts, blch.
and brown Drawers, silk and Merino utrder shirts,
silk and linen Handkerchiefs, cravats and ties,
black and fancy Kid Gloves, black Mlk Taffeta
gloves, Back Gauntlets &e. Port Monies and
pocket Books, Whips and Umbrellara Beebee
Sl Co' sup. Siik Huts, soft Fur Hats, Planters
black Hats, silk Plush Caps Ac. Benkerts and
Ryan pump Boots, trench Calf water proof Boots
and Shoes, Kid aud Calf Gaiters, Shawls and
fancy Blankets for Crutlemsps uso. Oar stock
BOYS: CLOTHING .
I very complete and all fre.h, Over coat Of alt
the new styles and qualities, Drens and Frock
Coats, bnslneaa Coals io., Pants, Vesta, Drawee
&c. We are determined to sell Goods as low a
tbey can be bought in tho West. Our expense
are small in comparison to the majority of housi
In the city. W are not at the en pence of clerk
hire &e., where other house are at tho expeso of
one dollar, ours is I'ot one cent, consequently We
can afford to sell low for cai-h or to punctual men
on lb usual time. Country merchants would do
well to call and examine our stock before purchas
ing elsewhere. 7'rv uj and see for yourselves,
we are always readv to show goods to every body.
You will find usat Mr. A. B. Harrisons stand No.
12 Franklin street, Clarksville Tennessee.
POLLOCK & WAGGENElt.
Octobers, 1857 tf.
Under the Sun!
K large stock of good Boot and Shoes is now
being opened by tbo subscriber in the "tors house
on Franklin street, recently occupied by W. F.
Bibb, as a Coufectionary, nearly oppos'te the court
bouse, the most of which are
ITIade lo Order,
Expressly for me. Aso a fine selection f Men's
Boys' and Children' Hats, of the latest and most
And to the l-adles, I would aay, that no pains
or expenae will be spared to render their depart
ment of my busineas complete, as I Intend keep
lug constantly on hand a full supply ot ths
if i a u i f'ijieil
Ladles' Shoe that can be purchased In the Ens
tern cities, the most of which will be mado to or
der. All of tho above goods lll be sold as low
as can be purchased in this city,
Thankful for the liberal' patronage heretofore
extended to me, atld hoping by-atrict application
to busines to merit the same in future, I Would
say, call aud examine my goods and prices, and
you will be satisfied.
Resportfiillv, P. SMITH.
P. 8. My pegged work is of tha best, and the
Work Will be warranted.
Clarksville, Oct 2, "57-tf
J. d. LAMPTON & CO.,
GENEHAL AGENTS, '
Commission & Forwarding
No. 1, City Building. Corner Msrket and Com
mercial Streeta aud Levee,
ST. LO iris, MO.,
N. B. Const jnineuU solicited. Order for .11
sorts of Merohundie fi led promptly am Willi
care by experienced buyers.
Oct. 16, l67-tf
20,000 Fruit Trees for Sale,
Consisting of Apple. Peer. P ack, rium. 4e
Ate. Their growth is exceedingly vlgorona aud
flue. 16 els for Apples, 20 lor ,Varh-s,ll of the
fittest acclimated varieties alio SjOilHW Osage
Oranga pUnt at 2,511 M. Hirawtwrry plants of 6
or 6 varletira, and other smsll fiulla. Plant trera
ia November as yon oMaiu fruit on. yearsiouer.
Addr. W. F. FA I.I ,
Oct. 3, '47-3
f fe lu
W. H. B ry arly & Co. !
Have just received their stock of
I'nll and Winter Hoods,
One of tha larger! and finest storks rver brought
to Clarksvill., aonsiating of every variety of Sla-
pie sud Fancy .
DRY GOODS, "
Boots and Shoe. GIhss and ChlnW Wr. flat
and Cap. 5te. , As regards prices, they aro at
ha very ioweat. Ail we ask ta call Mid see, It
osts nothing to look, and we show Goods with
leasnre. ; - . W. H. B. & CO..
Sept. 18,1857. ' v .
"Waller 8c Smith,
Succkhsor to I. A. WaqctniiR t Co,
Importers aad Wholesale ana1 Retail Dealer in
; all destiptions of ' "
MINA, CLAS AND QIEENSWARE,
Looking Glftei, "Window GIuki, Cedar
Willow Wurc, Clocl Toy, de,,
No. 4 Frimklln M ,
Oct 2, '57-tf
VICTORIOUS OVER PAIN. "'
BMGG'S ARCTIC LLMMKXT.r
Agony fir e.M 1 SirKneM r
health f lite or dntthl Th.
r th iuit!niu Involved In lb'
atopikm or rejection ot till, opt-
einc by tli. Mu.ri.rr. to imit
fliseAft. and injuricj Having re
ceived tli. loilormaient n( th. dl
tinxuiabrd ftlnm. Ilia hit. Kr. t
A 1U.N K, and It.rdtceVr tMted An-..
in two. fnl Winltm In th. re- '
. ij pon ,,f etemul ic. It h now com-
? JB iiik tutoRi-nuni! u In every mm-'
yjr "i in. wniiMO. (MM, and It
ie . rvekHi. cure, .re cvvrvwaur i
THE AFFLICTED REJOICE.
rVXnRFJIS and TUOCSANUf
har. tented its virtueii, and .re
rrjntelnn in freedom from Kwg
linewring VMH and MSKASK.
vbioh other remcdlw had failed
to cure. Har. you th. PKON
t tlins, XtURAUilA, MKV
M A VI MM, HKOHI.A, Alt
AH IK TOOTH-At 'HF Are roa
artfirted with OLD HONKS Anf.
bdiwrriu iimim UIVAIVB
: OJHNs, CORK KVBJ,' !'UHf
THE ARCTIC LINIMEKT
will afTorfl von Initaut tuitV
Ercrjbudr Is haul ts '
mm am SCALED.
For ihm drmrlfn. accMrnta th
Aurmr. iwtvsT ....... m
S"'1'. Wj.nt aaaa. aaa.sa.1 aVu. i an.U
and immediate relief, fteo mt
tot? from 4Ath, Kthy i(mih-
v- boat and railroatf train almiild
fcp it. Who tbt haa brd tl
thrtrka of angutfih uttarvd hf th
'3 teakled and maimed victim of
t e (ikwi Jon and colli ton a, dura not
feel that Mm meana of reUorina;
their tortnra ahouM alwaya tar
aeceaaihler Hucbdoeacxiat in thia.
THE MOTHERS' COMPAJTIOIT. ' '
It etire. OAKE8 1 TH:
ItKEAKT, RiltK KIITI.M.
HlRK IJI-S, riSlfUK, kc la
die, who yria. a pure ski.,
void of pimi'lea, blotrbe., scurf
and alt divouloraUna. sud ex
1 ereMaacu, .houkt attack
. lha trwnpawr. oa beauty's
domain a. noon a. thev nppear
' with th. ARrnr: ijn'imi-vt. i
.'jC :.. C - ' " "ceiirni nr hi. bait.
VHUew,C;-. pearaoee. It U- ,
GOOD FOR MAN AND BEAST. -
It hi a aorerehra remedy for
the vnrinu. diAeftRe. wilh
tne the mont RhirniiDfreiireflof'
I'.Rt'h-KS. M'RAIN.", Kt'RINl.
IlAt.T, WOfMf. M'HATTH
IX. CWKFSY. H'AVIN, RIXU
IKINK, llllt-HKArt, rou
KVlI JU,' No lifrioftr, llvwry
Ht&Me keeper, or.nr penwMi
iwuin niluulife HOHHK.BY '
hwnld o. withoat this ralua-..'
For sab) by all rmpectahle Drui"U and IlenU-ra. . ,
Price. of tli. liniment, S eenta, Wc.ntd 1 a hot--
tl. A out-dnllr bottle contain, aa ar.cn Lliiliuuut 4 ,
eight twtuty Buj cent botth'..
fr.very purchaser of a dollar N.tlle of the AiKTM I.IV--IMKNT
rvreirmi. at In- Bram'. ki. the LMlKlril
STATUS JOURNAL, of New York, for on. year. Tl -Journal
H htrjre llluntmleil paperanch number eon-, v
taming aixteen pe, beautifully primVo on eUT wbilsf
Bnr, and Hlle.1 willt ortaina! matter from Ihamtttt arlu N
liant writer, of the country. Oriirirnle nf mWriptwn
and full particular, of the novel and pliil-inttiropie en
trprle, of which this off of Umat a aart, will accompany
""a'iVvt iv-ANttn la rvftiV fewv 4 Yrt.i.Acr.
URAUU At III IIRPWEIi, M. I foiU, Mn.
Nrw Y.watwnca. No till HROAIiWAf. .
Communication, should alwaya be addrewl lo M. Louis.
for sale by E li. Thomus, Sryarly Sl MuCau
lev, and W. O. Vaoco.
Oct 2 1857 ly,
Insurance Capital Enlarged.
1 : Ti . ,.,'rV
Incorporated J 819. Charter lrpeluat.
CASH CAPITAL ENLARGED 7th July, '57, to
Absolut and uulmpalredf
Surplus. $4'JS,16i II. With ths Prestige of 3
Years' Buceoes and Experience.
pirectort.T . K. Brans. Pr , UoM. TJif-ll, E
A. lialkelev. 8. 8. Ward, (J. r !),, tt Tmlor,
M. A. T utile, R Mxrher, H Z l'rutt, l. ltrv.r,
fit.ni. r ').. r a o.. i- . r
ham. T A. Aa-wwioVr, W . K-iinv, II. Ilraluard.
lmrers. r w. nr,cv, rreronir j . . Ale
ander, VI ' Prestriralf fhovK. llrave, St., Hets'y 1
J. B. Benuett, Ilea l AferK.
Ilt.nre. airnia.t life
DANGERS OF FIREI
rEBtta or INLAt l) NAVIOATION?
At a Ilhorsl rol.-s and rnt' ss rink. aiuine. per
mrt of for solvenny and luirpr tit
E.periitl mtenltnn paid t i lnr..nnre of Iwel
lin(T, Kurm Properly, tint liirliiline. ami e iuiniile,
Smh It sured (or periods of 3 10 5 years ou tha
tnoat taforahle terurs.
Lomi equitably adjutrd am'rtmipt'y paid
LOSSES P.11d7?Tm3T,3I2 81.
If srsulth, with a clxaily tml prompt all ntioii
to a leclilinatu lnsaraar haalmw., r mi th X' f.'
lion of contract. In foai f .llh. lint, induce menu
syilh the p'iblla a s.IbiI.ik tli.lr tin.l.isr riUr
we rrfer thorn (or t.t of ifu.hty a d our cluiins
to thrir pitrmiaite, lo rernrd. of paat aerviuo., Ira
derlnf their cnntiituHiies with lncrsis:iir ahility
and fti-illlm. in future,
J "('lii'li'e fir.t-nlns. Indnintly may ho rtr.lal
without u. lay, with till, well ku jwu and uhi cor-
Oct 3.1. I
it) vXt'-nt- i