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Uclala'ofjpcs, Ambro.jpts, Spcrco-
l' yo wleb. lo (el rood and, lasting likeness
U at lcrmn A Ca.' Sky aata Side
IgbtDagurrrean Gallery. wetUle of the Square,
bore the Democratic Reading Ream, the only
place where that new and beaalllnlatyle of picture;
the Melolnotype, js taken--lhsy having purchased
the right. Give them a call, examine their various
style, and then judge for yourselves. Ambro
y;k pnt in rina and Locket with the greatest
eare ITAmbrolvpe taken for $1 SO.
1 ' Ciark Tide, PerK. 'Sfiif
..OlDAtlM. TI.TTUS & CO.,
; Surctt tort to Porter Sf Smith
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
TRICE'S LANDING, TENNESSEE,
8p lflS-lf i .
w 0 VANCE, 0
the Public- wn, a short time since
adaronisti ;iep aharp look out ha at length
been feund. proof about him of etl theehar
get which wet preferred against him. The charge
against him of having opened the most complete
best and cheapest stock of Drugs, Medcines ate.
ever brought toClarksvllle, is abundantly proven
by hundreds of witnesses who have called upon
kim.at his New Establishment at the store form
ley occupied by Thomas and Warfield. They all
testify that he sell better drugs, belief bargains,
ad waits upon them better than any one else
ever did before. That he is a skilful purchaser,
and good judge of drugs, Is also proven by the
ranutation which ho has with the Eaftern Drue-
gluts of being a No 1 buyer. They say there ti.at
he bought all hia atock of either the Manufacturers
or Importer., and thus getting them of first hands
procured drugs of much better quality, as well as
much cheaper than usual. As hi stock is new
' throughout & purchased with unusual care thone
Who prefer their flieuicinr fresh aim run, would
do well to patronize, him, Phtscians, Country
Merchants and wholesale buyers particularly re
aueated to hive him a call, as he is coufijeut
he can sell theinat lower rates thau they can buy
taiseide the Eastern Markets.
THE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT.
shall rerievehis most particular attention. No
one in the store will be allowed to put them up
but himself. Scrupulous care accuracy and
neatness shall be observed in this department and
uone but drugs of the finest quality shall be used
in the composition of Prescriptions. By ringing
a bell attached to the front Uuor ne can be aroua.
A at nnv hour of the night, lie terms are six
month to punctual dealers. Liberul diacountjor
Hit stock embrsees every thing osualy kept in
Drugstores. In addition to
Dye Stuffs,, Varnishes,
Brandies, :f Turpentine,
Wines. '. Glassware.
I keep alao, Burning FluiiU.'Cigars Sl Tobacco
the b..t assortment ol uiana hooks at stationary
in the place.
Brushes, (all kinds
Razors and Strops,
Fishing Tackle, v
Looking (ilasf plates
Rouge. Flesh Dulls,
Game flags, ."T
and Aiscellaneous and
v' Fancy arlicies of every description.
V' july35,57-ly WALTER O. FANCE
Feav saddlehy and
JUST OPENED UNDER FOWLEH'8
II ALL, 3 DOORS ABOVE THE
WE. have opened and are now
in mi uli during, every artiole in
klhj saddling ol Harness business;
in the materials we use, and the
workmen we employ, we acknowledge no super
iors, &. we invite all to come and examine the work
when made for themselves, and it taste, beauty
durability and low prices are any inducement to
purchasers, wo are sure of their patrouage. W),
eell lor cash otiiy.
J. M. GLASCOCK, Agont.
June 5. 57 tf.
mmm . mmim
No. 5, Eldeu's Row,
On the Public Square,
The fines', and bett assortment of Staple, F:m-
yJ SILK DliY GOODS,
IlarJwnrr, Glassware, Queentware, Boots
ami Xhoes, Huts, iap, Bonnets, arc,
Sclaclod in the New York and Philndolplili mar'
kets with great care and at the lowest Cash Prick.
Always on hand, and receiving, the iMenl t les
and riuet qualities of Jaconet, ( amhrli:, bwiss,
Malll-e and fine French F.inbroldered Colli! r,
and SLEEVES i UIim K I.HCOH, lo various
widths i Honiton, Maltise, Real Valencienues,
Gunmre aud English THRF.AI) LACES. A
luren assortment oi Lluen Bobbin and German
Dress Trimmings In Every Varielr,
lllnrk and Fancy Dress Silks, Doluins, Ducals, I
lirilliantes, Chintzes, Ulugliams, i.awna, ninnm
lai, with every description of Ladies and Chil
dren's wear, of the most durable aud tasteful mi
teriils. A full nssorlment of Staple OOOtlS of ap
proved in mm far I u re aud established rrpututlon;
elected fur CASH, at manufacturers' prices, and
iio-v offered at the lowest rate to cover coal aud !
Fine Cloths and f assimercs,
of various alludes, Voslings, Satinets, Negro cloth
I'rills Tli kings, ('iirpeiings. Bagging, Slc.
Ilavinu every f. cility in New York and riilla
ilepluu lor se'eeling, nt all tiniea, Ires'l supplies o'
Into etvli'a aim fine nualitios of goods, ollhe very
lowest pri.es. fr dull, wa leur no honorable
i iniietiii'v i, and freely invite an
.. klcc'it. hleh to lie I ill I y appreciated, needs
. V ii. lie well known in 1 hi h coiuiiiuiilty .
; i will to our rule and study, Invai luMy, to
... ,il 'uirly Mud Imiioiahly with every one, and
muUe il to their hilvillit gn lo deal Willi us. Come
and tee and judge lor yourselves.
Cl'ASII 1'AIP I'OH VARIOUS Alt
TK'LKS OF PRODUCK, ifh as
Fiathirt, Youl, Ginseng,
Ui-sirax, Hides, JIidS,
tie , In I irje or small qu.ililnies.
A I Irani.;! I on. at I : uih ill.', In churga of aud
conuu. U I by lltu kuhaoriheis,
l 'HALES D IMI'IH.
II. t). B. DL'N.MNO.
Mli.S liOUI.D. would lu'orm the Ladies if
CliirkM I le anJ vi Hilly lii l he liua ri tnriie I trom
N ahvill, in gooJ lieuth,aid lias liiouhl I il of
1'ii.ry llonn1 and other Milliunry. which h
wou ii r connnend lo her filonds as new, aud Oot
to ba urpd, in style or rioi.h, as a le lias selea
1 tin in person illv, and oilers llieiu low for CjsIi.
Pn Wednrfd-y III 0rd, a
smsll pnrVet book
cint iiil.ij i a oi money,
in d - ti i pa
.. . ... . .' .. i iX . ... .1 i ...
Or W I 'll I e hlliler Will l0 Slli uo- r-wi-u. u V)
. . I u i l.d .,H.t ..tn fif I V. COtli'Lll.
WE are prepared to eteenie
Job Work of every description,
SfecV- at this Office, with Beatnees aud
patoh end .therefore, ask a ooatinaanca of the
mstomthatw have heretofore received.
January 1st, 1857
A. Qt'ARLR; j ; a. A
' f Iarrel.
' quVrles and har rel7 " " !
ATTORNEY'S "AT LAW)
CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. - ;
PeptS4,'56 ly." xi " ' " i i
A NEW FIRM. r t ,r
R. W. tfUMf HRETB, - - , . 1. Vf. JOHNSON,
Johnson Sc Humphreys, j
Having associated themselves together In the
practice of law, are prepared to attend to all busi
ness of a legal character In the counties of Robert
son, Montgomery, Stewart, Cheatham and Dick
son'. t i ' t .' ' ' ' t i
ID" Office on Strawberry Alley, Clarksvllle,
Tenn. Jan. 30-1 y.
The andervtgned have formed a partnership in
the Practice or the Caw, nud will give strict
attention to any business confided to us in the line
of our profession.
J. O. 8HACKKLF0RD,
- TnOS. F. HENRY.
Clarksvilte, Feb. 20. 1857-lf
V. J. BROADDUS,
' Attorney ntLsnr, ' 1
OJjte over Hnrnberger and House.'
Pep 1 1857 tf.
GENERAL AGENCY AND LAW. OFFICE
JO. M. DYE, CHAS. 0. SMITH
DYE & SMITH,
ATT 0 LINE YS AT L. W
Will practice Law and attend to the collection of
claims In the Counties of Montgomery, btswart,
tiouoriBun una uicKflon, irnn , aiso iu tne ouu
tie of Christian. Todd, Logan and Trigg, Ky
We will also act as general agenta in the purchase
and sale of Real and Personal Estate, and In the
IraniBctioo or biimueis ef every kind. , 'j
Miy 30 1856-tf.
CTFraDklin Street, opposite the Court riouse.xt
w. H. p. Jones,
Jan 16, 1P57-1?
Dr. C. II. LOrRERT
Having located in ClarksviKe, offers his profes
sional services to the public. .
IL7He will be found at his father'a (Eli Lock-
ert's) and in the day, for the present, at the office
ol Dr. ua'kina.
July 31, '97-tf - -.
Dr. J. A. BRUNSON;
OJp.ce on Strawberry Alley, opposite Deluge
' Etiqine Jfouse, . ,.
! -: CLARKSVILLE, TEN. V , r
, May 8,1657 ly.
; . DR. K L.
Has associated Dr. It.
II. THOMAS w(th
him in the PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
Sept. 11. 1857.
. J. L. nollingsworth & Co.,
' (Successors to O. M.BIackman,) , '
Receiving, Forwarding, and Cvmmiision
.': ..M313B(DH AOTO, "v
SIEAMBOAT AH EN TS,
Fronting the Wharf, CLAKKSVlLLE, TENN.
i. L IIOLI INOWOSH ...
a. a. Mori.rr. . ..
Sept. 18, le37 tf ,
JIENMICK & CO;
WJl O LES ALE AND R E TA IL
And Gcncr al Flour and Meal Agents
NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE,
Franlclin St., Clarksvilln Ten.
June 26 tf
HART, COULTER & CO.
DfcAI.EK IN . .
Staple and Fanty Dry-Goods,
CLARuSVILLE, TENN. . ',
Our Spring Stock for 1857 i now complete.
Ve enrne-Hy solioit an examination of our goods
from all who visit our market Our ussortment is
very general, our styles the latent, and in quality
the verv bent. To t'asli buyers we Will i.ftVr the
wosl liberal ludueeuieut. . apill '
James M. Ogburn,
Public Auctioneer and Collecting
Otter his services to the citizens of Montgom
ery f'ouuty. He will nt'end sales and make col
lect lous in any portion of the enmity.
Wuwllnwu. 7'enn. Sept 18. '57-tf.
Jfmashi tiff ton Hotel,
S. R MOORE, Proprietor.
Having t.iken this well known tavern stand, and
intcoiiiiiL' iltoroughlv i t renovate and repair It,
and from I U long experience, in the btii.iiess, for
merly al I! ussellville, Ky, he thiiiiis he will be
able in give general sat slactiuu, and solicits a lib
erul share of public pntronge.
Ttavi lleia wishing to take the river at -0l
noiut iniiy rely upon being p oinplly uotitied ol
the pa:..igo of fiu ita at any hour In the night, as
I we keep a i ilit watch for this special purpose,
and polilo and attentive P irtors for the transpor
tation oi bgage to and from the river.
11 n he Snip . I Mice is kept al this Hotel
Jan. 9. ) H.r y
Commission And Forw arding
twbx asta bbbb mi s m Bv.raajrjac9
to n a c c o s a i. n s u a y , ,
l'l I'i'oitl Viii''Imii4,
C L A R K S V 1 L L K , T E N N E S S E E .
Sale Pays Tuesday aud Thursdays,
Feb.'.', Ir.r.' If
BJffon t Co.,
Whoi.kbai.b ni RrrAU Deai bbsin
'onl''tioiiarie, Ikuis Ac., Ac,
CLA U hS VILI.L, V'. A.V.
ALL order from a distance, (ttfompanied with
e cash.) will be met punctually, aud upon very
t asouable term.
Jan. 37, '54-.-tf.
STOCKHOLDERS Mo C. Si L. R. R.
An uddil one'calliif S per rent layaUeou the
fir-t ol I), t'li-r an I call of au e amount pay-
nb on l .e lint ol .-sovi-inoer, tiai u.-eu crjere i
, I . 11 ...I
SAM. BROCKMAN, f v p. Ilt TORTER.
I r " '.: d v. iBrockinan '&v Porter,
FIRE-PROOF BUILDIWG, ,
.- ' CORNER OF MAIN AND WATER STREERS, ', .
W beg feeve to etjl h; atlentieu of farmer aad others to the subjoined catalogue ef Agri
CBltaiat Implements, Seeds, A , which wa Will sell ea as fac4 terms as eta be purchased iu the
West, consisting oi
Avery's Cast Plow, all kind,
Peacock's Celebrated Steel Plow,
Miller, Wingate &. Co., SteeJ Plow,
Hall &. Sper' Sleet Plow,
Hall it. Speer's Steed Tooth Cultivator,
Smith's Patent Lever Knife,' " ' '
Sanford' Putent Slrsw Cutlery
Straub' Mill, . . : - ,,
Claw son' Steel Aill,
Joice'sStar Corn & Cob Crushers',
Western Corn Shelleri ' 1
. J. P. Smltl.'s Corn Sheller",
WakeflVd'e Corn Planter, . ,
St.ptoe's Mortice Marhine,
Mowing Blades, :.
' Long and Short handled Shovels,
Grain Scoops, : 1 1 '
Clover 8eed, ' ":
Millet Seed, ' ;
Osage Orange Seed,
Blue Grase Seed, '
. Cblaeee Bngar Cane,
, Church Bells,
,. , . , , , . t . ; uruaineciai iMiruDDery, ote , occ. -" -i (
In addiliou to th above, we keep constantly on band a large stock of v. , , ,', ,
- . CARRIAGES. ROCKAWAVS. BUGGIES.". :
And Sulkies, from the best manufaoturers.aUe two, four and six horse Virginia Wagons, Iron and
Wood Ax'.e. j. t.---2 I'" -';' :; i.BUOCKMAN & PORTER.
Sewing Machines. - t,
We are agenta tot J. M. Singer Sf Co.' celebrated Sewing Machine,, and will furnish any
sixe at roauufaclurer's price, with, freight added, fur cash only. : ' - ,
, ,.; v v BROCKMAN Sl PORTER.
... WOOL! , WOOL!! . WOOL!!! ......
WE wish to pur base 100,000 pounds clean washed Wool, for which we -will pay the highest
tuarket price in cash or barter. ; .. 1 ' -I - BROLK.MAN 4 PORTER.t
.,. ; S E E D B A R L E Y .-..- ,
t Just received, 100 bushels English Winter Barley, a superior article for Winter grazing, and
very prolific. , - . ' B. dt Pt
Clarksvilte, Tennessee May 127' 57-1 . .; " .1 ' : ' '
w. a. at retnoi.u,..ja8.bi. swirr...wn. n. ussebt
' ; EAGLE PLAINING MILL;: ; ;
W, S, M'REYNOLDS & CO,v
The above Mill and Carpenter shop ia now in
full operation, and we are prepared to furnish
Dressed Flooring, Dressed .umber, Doors, Sash,
Blinds, and everything usually Manufactured in
such Shops, on the shortest notice, aud in the
most workmanlike manner. We have secured
the services of Mr. E. M. Clark, whose name is
synonymous with good work, asa foreman.:
Alt persons wishing work doue, are requested
to give us a call, aa wo are determined to work
cheap. ' '.:."''
No work or lumber taken from the shop or
vara until paid lor, unless by special contract.
WA. S. McREYNQLDS & COr,
April 3, 1857 tf. : , ,. s. , . ,
O Ilopkiusville Mercury i aud Rusiallvillj
Herald copy 2ino and send bills to subscriber.
iVatson'sTcn Dollar Sewing Machine
' " ' A" Warning -to the' Public l
This maclilue, as stated below is a counlerfeit,
and all persons are hereby ramiones agsiuetseU
ling, buying, or imiig tliem. wneuever ana
Wherever they are found the law will be strictly
enforced. All parties using these machines, tut
well aa those who vend them, make themselves
liable for damageo.' ' ' . ' '
About the 20th day of August, 1856, 1 was
employed by Mesr. Watsou, Wooster & Co ,
composed of W m. C. Watson, Morri Knight, and
Geo. II. Wooster, to manufacture Sewing Afa
chine, wlile.h were known as the "Watsou Ten
Dollar Cewlng Midline. ' That thereatler 1 re
ceived a notice from the counsel of O. B Potter
and N. Wh-eler; mentioned in the annexed copy
of Injunction, iuformiug me thitt these Maohines-
were an Infringement upon Lettrruleiil wnien
they owned, and that suits would be instituted
iiguiust me, unless I should otherwise settle with
tnein. 'I'll a notice I handed to Mr. Wooster, one
of mv employers. '
. 1 then made investlg itions to ascertain me
facts, and found that said Machine, as I believed,
was nil inlrlu. ement of suld ratmt, and 1 In
formed aaid Watson thai such was my opinion.1
ruabaequeutly a suit was commeured against
me by euid Potter aud Wheeler, and .immediately
thereafter I so Informed Mr Watsou, and reques
ted bun to take charge pf tbe defence of the
sine, and he refuseoto do so, and I then told him
that I would have nothing more to do wilh it, and
I then ceased to make the .Machines; aud thelu-
junctiou. a copy of which is hereto annexed, was
bailed and served upon me. JUr.L, CUASt,.
Dated New York, Feb. 1 1th, lt?57. ,
In presence of Miles B. Anarus.
I do hereby certify that the above statement,
subscribed by me, U correct and true.
UNITED STATES. OF. AMERICA, -CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE U, STATES,
SECOND CIRCUIT FOE THESOUTUBRN DIS
TRICT Of.,!W IOEK.
IN EQUITY. - ' ' "
The Vrrt'idrr.t nf Vte Untied flutes of America to
! Jni L t'lusr., his AUorneis', Srront. Agents, and
W orkmen, and each and tcerg of ihtm, ,
GKEEIINU . .
Whereas it hath been repreaenled to us in our
Ciiu t Court of the I'ni'ed States, forth Southern
District of New York, riitiug as a Courtof Equi
ty . 'o n lb part of Orlai.do B. Tolt-r Mid Nalliuniel
Wheeh-r, Couipluinan's, that they, the aaid Or
lando B. Polteraud Nathmiirl Wlieeler. have late
ly exliihi'ed their Hill of Cmiiliiiiit against you,
i he s-iid Joel t'l oso, the defendant, to be relieved
touching matters IlierWu roibaiued, in which bill
iils.amotK oilier things, set forth, that yon,' the
said dolerdant, are violating ami Ihrfatrrlag to
violate oerlaiu exclusive , rights aud privileges
vested in sa d coinplainunis, lor coimlrueling.
making, Ui ing. and vending t other to be uned,
ceriaiu iiiiprovementa in fewint Mm limes, aud
that the actings and doing of you, the s aid d-
fendant, are contrary to r.quity aud gootl con
ncience ; we, tliereiore, in
consideratioii of the;
premiees, do strictly, aud until the further orders
nf this Court, eujoiu ana command you, the aaid
Joel I hase.and your Attorneys, Sarvauts, Apeuta,
aud Workmen, and each and every one of them,
nuder the penalty thit may full therooui that you,
and each of you, do from henceforth, altogether,
ab-oltitr'y aud. until the further order of this
Court, desist anil foirain from directly or induecv
ly, coii.lructlng, making, working, using, selling,
or putting Into practice or operation, or in any-wl-e
coiiiiterfeiting or tniilaiinj the invention or
iiupreveiiient belongii'ff' lo said coiiipli.lnanlH, and
dercribed,cl lined, and set forth iu certain Let.
(era I'ntteiit of the I'nltad Stales, re-iued to A.
H. IViIkou, and b-arlng dale the 22d day or Jau
uury, lS5ti, and now owned by the complainants,
and from in auy way or manner interfering wlih
the rl'hts of said complulnaMts under suld Pat
ent, and from In any way or manner violating or
Infringing laid Letters Patent, or any part thereof.
AVIiniBt the Jlou. Rooe B. Tany,
(. J Chief Jusliee of llio Supreme Court oi
) 'ha Uulied SlaUs.at the Qiy f New
York, in said District, this the 517 ih :ay
of Beptemher, in the )er of our Lotd oue thou
aud eilit hundred aud fifty-six.
KENNETH G. WHITE, Clerk.
GEO. OIHORD, Solicitor aud of Couusel
lor Complainant, 17 Wall Street, New York.
Sept II, '57-3in
BRECKENRIDQE COAL OIL.
WE have the agency- of tb Breckenridg
Soal Oil and Lamps for 'Montgomery Co., end
will in a few weeks be prepared to furnish It
wdsale omctatl It is dm I If dly the most hril
mill hghl yet ohTored t lh pu Ic. W tnvits ev
ery ea toeaUtt our store aud se tt burn.
THOMAS St BR9THER.
Avery Plow Point, all kinds,
Brinley'sCelebraled Steel Plow.
Stubbius& Duihnm sPteel Plow
Bhryock Kentucky Steel Flow
Cramer's Steel Tooth Cultivator
t ' ,
Trumbull's Talent Stiaw Cultor
Camming Patent Str.w Cutter;
Burrow's Mill, t .
K.Acelaior Corn & Cob Crushers,
Kentucky Corn & Cob Crusher
South Western Coin Sheller, '
Randall & Jones' Cora Planter!''
i r t x 'ii
iiiamuu v0" villi) .. k if.
Long aad Short handled Spade '
Hay and Garden Rake.
' ' ' : ' " ' ' ' '' Timothy Seed.
' i 1 " Cansda Prolific Corn, '
'' ,,. .. Herds Grass Seed, . ..
Orchard Grae 8eed'
- - - - . Cm re Orange Plants,
j; " l i. il Japaned Water Coolers,
t'i. t'i Horse Hay Rakes,
. i v 1 Plufter Paris . -i ; :,- - . T
Chain Pumps, Wood Tops, i
j'LATE ARRIVAL '"
FALL AND WINTER CLOTIIIO,
" AT B. PLOSSER & CO. "!
TCBLIO SQUARE, CLARKSVILLE TENNKS-'
. . . . ' ..see.. '. .. ....
We would respectfully invite th6 altentlon of
the citizens oiClarksville, and surrounding conn
trv to the large stock of Fall d; Winter Clothing,
which we received lately, and have for sale now.
Besides yenths clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Trunks, Valises, Gent s furnishing goods, every
article usually kept in a clothing store. AH of
which w will sell forest at price that cannot
fail te give entire satisfaction. i
Cash buyers are particularly Invited to try uste
fore purchasing elsewhere; ai we are determined
not to be undersold by any bouse In the State..
Respectfully, B. PLOSSER, At Co. "
9 Sep. 18, '57 tf. : v . ... .
; B.. 0; KEESEE, ; ;
RECEIVING; FORWARDING AND
,1, n COMMISSION MERCHANT,
' ., ;' . NEW, .Flit E-PItQOF. HOUSE, . ,-;
Fronting the Wharf. '
' All business intrusted to my care will' receive
prompt, and. careful attention. Goods fbrwarded
300,'iOO Cypres and Poplar shingles on band
and for (ale F. O. KEESEE,
Clarkevllle, To. Apr. 2-i, '57-ly
. Fxtra Flour Best B rands.
I am prepared to deliver, at short notice Extra
Flour, of various well known brands, in lots o
from 1 to 1,00U barrels to suit purchnsers. at rea
oiiable prices. . B. O. A'EUSEK ... - ,
, , ; . . ,., ; Brick building, ou the Wbari..
' TO WHISKEY, BUYERS.l-I don't sell Whii
key uow. nor have I sold any since the 15lh of
April last, either on my owu account or on com
mieiorf7 'A og T, '57-3 m f . . . .
INVITES the attention of his friends and cus
tomers to the Exte naive and Paahtouuble Stock
of Clothing and Furnishing Goods, just received,
which for style, material aud price, cannot be ex
celled in this section. ,
BOYS' CLOTHING., r
' it Very large assortment, suited to ages from
four yeais to men' size.
Winchester's shoulder seam Shirts, well-made
and warranted to fit, for men aud hoys, Also,
Drawers, Undergarment"-, Cravata, Hosier) , and
Gloves, and in fact everything necessary for an
outfit iu the Clothing line.
' HATS. BOOTS AND SHOES,"-"
': Oak ford's, celebrated Huts, also Soft fats In
great variety, Caps for men and boys.
Varieties. Travelling Shawls, Blankets,
Walking Cams, Umbrellas, fruiiks, Curpet Uujib,
Ac Cull ot once and make selections. 1 am
anxious to sell, and offer them to punctual men
on the usual credit, or lor the cash at a liberal dis
Sept. 1 1 , 1 857 3m
HUGHES & CO.,
J. RUTHERFORD &CO.,
F.OW L E K '8 II A L L, -
. 4 doors ubove the Post f iflice,
J. C LABKSVILLI TrNW
Hav constantly on hand a lurpe aasortiiient of
Drurs PrrfiiinerleF, fuints, i ills, W Indow jluss,
' r. !.. ..in. in; nn...r. r;.,. T... R,.r.
uy"".-" .6-, . .-
vical inairuntenia, auu every uiuer ariicia usuai-
ly kepi in a first class Diug Establishment.
I I .. ..1 k.lh. !nul f. ..n I ...
SOI) kegH hile Lead, J'
300 do Snow White Zinc,
ldfl lua Chrome Gre-u iu cans," '".
in(Jdo PBTl -do'' do
100 do Chrome Yellow - do
50 do Vandyke Brown .' do
I 0 do Prussian Blue.
Also a twrg aasortiiient of Paints and Varnish'
es, Brushes, Gold Leaf, &c.
Maugene & Coudray's Extract for for. the
Haiidkercl I far acknowkvledged to bo superior
to any of the imported They are distilled with
the greatest care, aud will be locnd to retain their
perfume for a long lime. We have have an' end
less variety of perfumea, the principal of which
New Mown Hay
:' Also a large variety of Tooth Paste and Powder
ind other aiticles for the toilet, for sal by
HUGHES ac. CO. .
Mareb 6, 1857-tf. ,
Haghes Sl Ce. respectfully inform the public
that thev bav. iusl received gr.t lariity ol uew
aud fashionable niuaic, Violiu and 'uuiar strings,
m,A Mir. i her arllcie. sen. rally tie.. I In tnu.lo
A l.rna aaorlmant uf 1'iauos I'ofUs from
live T.rnclial niaaufacturet, for al bv ,
HUG 113 Sl CO
UOWARD . ASSOCIATION, iPUIL'i.)
, , Important ' Innonncment. r 1
To all persons sfflicted with Sesoal Diseases,
such as Bpennaterrhoea, Seminal Weakness, Im
potence, Gonorrhea, Gleet, Syplillls, the vice of
Onanism, or Self-abuse, OvC.'
The Howard ilssooiatioa, in view of the awfa
destruction of human l,(e, cau.ied by sexual dis
ease, and the deceptions practice I upon the o
fortanate victitne of such disease by Quack,
have directed their Consulting Surgeon, as a ohar-
table act worthy M their name, to give medical
advice gratis to ati peraeue thue Btflioted who ap
ply by letter. With a description ol their condition,
(age, ocenptinn, habits or lire, ato.) and in case
of extreme suffering and poverty and suffering, to
furnish medicines Iree oi cliarga.
The Howard association is a benevolent Intitu
lion, established by special endowment, for the re
lief of the sick and dlitreaaed, afflicted Wl H ''Vir
ulent and Epidemic Diseases, , It lias now a sar-
plus of means, Wnich tin Directors have voted to
expend tit advertising ineanove notice, jibs need
less to add. that tbe Association .commands the
highest medical skill of the age, and will furnish
the molt approved modern!' treatment. 1 '
Just nut lined lv the Association, a renort on
Pperrnatorrhd m, or Seminal Weakness, the vice ol
Uuhnism,. Alaturti4lioa,oreir abuse, and other
diseases of the , eevual jgona,,by the .Consulting
surgeon, which' Will be snir ty mail In a sealed
nvelope, free ' of Ohaig oit , the receipt of two
stamns for nootape.
- Address DR. GEO. CALHOUtf, C onsuliing
vargeon, Howard A'socintio, no. a fcoulh JSinth
Street, Philrdelplile, Pa. Bv order of the Direct
era. i EZRA D. HEARTWFILL, Pres.
i . . . ,GEO. FA1RCHILD, See:
Feb 20. '57,- lr. "
i Yatches and Jewelry,
HAS just received a new "supply of Watchesj
Gold, Bameo, Mooaie and Jett setU, (beautiful
style,) Gold Bracelets, Bands, Breastpins, Finger
King, Earrings, &.c.c. which he will dispose
of upon reasonable term' Watches and Clocks
repaired and warrented. Silverware made lo or
Scotch Pebble Spectacles, ,
W.Fow2er, would further inform the publia that
he ha on hand a fine assortment. of the celebrat
ed Scoth Pebble Spectacle.'' All that have defec
ttvs vision are: requested lo call -and examine
them and those blessed with good sight, and
know them-elves indebted to u, are respect
fully requested to call am. aettle.
Ncblclt a n d II n ni m o n d ,
. .. TIM, CorPEB AND SHEET IROai WOBKKBi), . x
J. N. Kdblelt Having removed to the build
ing recently occupied by II. Pi Uortij, on
Franklin Street, and associated With him Ih
tbe business, Afr.Wm L. Hammond an experienced
workman ib now furniBhea with greatly increased
facilities, for supplying the' want of his customers.
7 lie public will hro at tcl establishment a large
and very splendid stock of Tin Sheet Iron Ware,
Slc, which can always be ohUiined upoutue most
reasonable terms. ,,,-,:.... -r. ' '
Also Cook Stoves of various pattern. - Every
variety of Parlor and Office Sieves castings Gut
tering and fouse Rooting done at short notice.
Thankful fer post patronage he (elicits a contin
uance of public favor, and. flutters himself bv.
strict attention to business, prompt, execution of
l . J I . ! J t . ' '
oroers, ana moueruie prices iu oeeerve 11.
All work oredred will be promptlv executed end
in a style warradted to give satisfaction.-
Old couper. Pewter, Jr'eathers St, Beenwax, taken
in exchatige for work. , ..
t eb.aa .insu tr - -
TO THE PUBLIC;;:;
B. O. Kecsne, is author'ied to receive all goods
consigned to Keesee. B'ackmah. V Co.
J ' KKfcSKK,'BL.AUKIVl Art . C)J :
by O. M. BLACKMAN.
' I bIb give B. O. Kecsee authority, to roceive
all goods consigned to me;
j May 1, '57. O. M. BEACKMAN. f
: I I; nve a larffo and commodious warcliouse,
fronting the wlisrl, where I am ready lo leceive
Bud i-tore every. descipU n of goods, and ,uo to
this date, Sept lihi I have received a liberal
show of patronage,' aad I will 'endeavor, as' her
lolore to ulve general ailisfaction. !.-iu
; .... T. . ,v,, X). KEESEE. J
' Russellville fferald copy, aud charge B O. K.
j Sept. 18, '57 3m. v
I. D. MOEO!,. .. kO. J. OHENlV..'.'.BtV. O. M. MOB0AN.
! FAL.L'.IM P. 0.RTA.TA0.NS!
i Morgan & Co.
( TMPOBTKRS AND WHOr.FSAI.E PKAt.EBS IN
STA FEE A ND FANCY DRY GOO PS
;!': 'No. 49, Public Square, NASHVILLE'
We have the pleasure of lu'oYniing bur custo
mers aud the trade generally , that we are now
daily reciivingand opening oiir usual Enl( tockf
which will be ready for exhibition by the 20th iusl,
We invite the attention of the trade to th ex
aiuiuatiou of this stock as v?e feel th t Willi our
long experience and the fac! lilies we eujoy. w
Il ive succeeded in bringing out an assortment of
goods which eanuol .luil to please, aa regards
styles and prices, all who injy fuvor us will) a
careiul examination of it.
. ; i , ; ionGA'N .'Ai.;co.
j A'ashville, Aug. 1457
; Pure and' Fresh !
I " Rryarly Ac jTI'Chuley. ' ' '
! Are just iu receipt of their complete assort
ment of fresh ,!, -. ;.; ',;,!"...
DRUGS 5 MEDICINES,
'J'o which they cult the atieinion of Pl siciuus,
country merchants, and the putilio generally
They sell cheap en a trrdit to punctual dealers, or
for cash, aud evarylhjug warrauted as represented
They have also just received a splendid stoc((f
' I liiul Toilet Artiet.m,' ;
To which tb aileulion of tbe lodie is moil
pecially directed:; Cull and ee them. Cheap to
nxrosiT customers, out cneaper lor casn.
I 3 Our JWtcription iMmrtment
is conducted iu the must careful manner and with
the utmost nicety aud preoi-iou. Bring yourpri
si ripllons to u, 11 you like us best, lor you are
UOi oougea to qo as omcrs leu you.
I BRYARLY At. McCAULEY.'
1 April 24
, r .
: A Wew. Lear Turned fer.
, THE subscribers beg to inform their friend
and the shippers -of produce generally, that fii
tliey will continue to transact a general I fJJ
r-.....nli.,.l..n RiiMlnM'i,v lh U .il. MM m t A
tit Basis. ' - -.'. . - '
In future tbey will accept no bills unless prsd
icated on produce in baud, or accompanied with
Bit's of -ailing.
This will enable them net only to select th
moat favorable time to dispose of Produce, but lo
niake quick returns or saesand Proceeds.
With assurances f a strict adherence to this
avsteiu Ihey respectfully solicit couslg umeuls of
Cotloo, l obacco, and other prod ice.
It. YEA I MAM 4. CO.,
'46 Uaion Street, New Orleans.
Oct 30, '57-lm
Tbe Hopklnsvll'e Oaielte, C'larksvill Chroni
cle, Bowling Greta Gazette, Gallatin Esuninor,
I Lebanon He eld, and PuU-kl Citizen, will copy
lo amount of t "k aud aeeeun'a to thl otfioe
for collection. Ks. Dinner.
10 5:"' "
Hcdklnal PrcparaUoasj for the cure
EVERY KNOWN DISEASE,
THE nnders'gned, hnvlog been appointed sole
Agents for Clarksville, for the solo of the M die
inat Preparation reeommendrd in Dr. Freese's
"Combined Sstem of Practice for Phvulchms and
r'arhlliea," would resfiiHy offer Ihem to such
of our citizens es need a restoration to health.
These preparation are compounded from the
rrcip-s -or the most celebratid Pysiciatis ind Sur
jeous ef Furope and America, aud will cure ev
:r known Dif kas E thai is at all within the reach
f remedies . ' They ha bees tested fer year by
Prof. Freese, aud ether celebrated physicians, in
iheir daily practice, and have bean found Invari
ably effectual, i ..j i . J it .,, .
For further particulars, see Dr, Freese's "Com
ilnerf Sillrm of Practice1' together With cards,
posters, ield. , .j .. . . j, , ,
Both the book, Medicine and Chests, mny be
had of the undcrsigne', al ther Drug-stoH.
. ; .! BRYARLY Sl McCAULKY, r.
Frmikliu Street, ClurksvilJe, Tenn.
Juno27, ie57-6m ' : , !
TO TURNPIKE CONTRACTORS.
The undersigned invites immediate piopo-a's for
grading and macadamising Col'eg Sireel from
Front Street to the City limits; and also for the
construction of a firtt-rale macadamised street
from the foot ef Commerce street along the head
of Union Wharf to the foot of College street
College street is the one that runs out from Ihe
lower slits of1 Smith' Pork-house, in froul of
Stewart College, to the City limit.
The first course of metaling on College street
must be 30feet wide and 6 innlie doep.and a ec
ond conrse 15 feet wide and 6 iucbes deep. The
grudi tbe that laid down in th city map of
grades, which may be Bern at the Recorder'
office. - , . - ,1 r. , ;,
The work required en Front rtreet Is the lev
elling of a Wagen-yafd r lion t 20 feet wide with a
conrse of metaling 13 Inches ileep. The terms
of payment Will be added to this advertisement
in the next paper. In the meantime the attention
of contractors la a.ked to tbe proposed work., i
... ' . . CHARI.Ed.Ms HITER,"
i'! Mayor of Claikaville.
Aat.S9,'iUtf ..'. .,, ... ; . . .
.:, . , SWAN & c0.'S LOTTERIES. ,
NE W.AND DRILL I ANT SCHEME I
. CP I Al. PIIIZE So,000 I 1 !
The following Scheme will be drawn tv.S.
3 wan Ac Co:, Manage'! of the For'Galns-Acaid-
einy Lottery, in ea ii of Xbelr LoUeiiea for No vein-
ber, lool, at ylUUUs 1 A, Georgia, to which city
tf.ey have removed their Principal Office. ' "" '
C L A S 'S 61. .. v.- !
To be drawn In the City of Augusta, Georgia,tn
public on , , ( ,- . ' t ; , -i
Kovciubcr 7tli, 1857'. '
, a V . r 'i-?i!
CLASS 02. . ,
To be drawn iu the City of Augusta, Georgia, in
public, on r- T ' i
n ; , Saluriliy, Nov!, 14th, 1851." t
'CLASS 63.!' ' i::.i .,; i .-
the City of Aupusta, Georgia, In
To be draws' a
SATURDAY, Nov.' 21st, 1857. ' j
. -.CTiASS 64, ' ;.
To be drawn In l!e-Chy of Aagosta, Georgia, iu
DUblOOU' .. f . I' ).:,.
. SATURDAY, November 2SlIi, l57.
ou the Plan of SINGLE NUMBERS'' ' 1
t 5,490 PHIZES! i
. Neur.v one Ptiza to every 9 rickets.
I.'tu c : TO UB ittAWN ." r
EACH ; SATURDAY, ,LN .NOVEMBER.
Prize of.,....,, 90i'
" ".,... i -6'l0
i' .-. .... suo
...... i h
' "...v. , I 51!
oi $4 'i ajixiii g lo ftlil) (M)0 Prize are $1 .CjO
.. 3f)i . .. 2r , 00l 1,210
4 'i . - r
4 ' ' : '
: 10JI00, r
5,t)(V ' '
" 75 ;
' . I.jOJ "
are.... "i .. i ......... ,
5,490, Pr z -s amounting to 1 . .' .1
AVhole Tickets 10 Halve S3'
' QOABTRRS 2 511.' ."' .. ' ,
risn of inc Lottery , :
The Nuyibers .from 1 to 50 000, porrenond,ing
wlih thos Numbers on lbs1 '1 ickel prlntilii
epjrato slips of paper, aro eneirclcd wilh small UiH
tubes and pmced n one w Heel, '
! The first 4U3 i'rlzee, slinl I urly printed and en
clrelod, are. placed In another Wlievl. ,r, , t ,
' The wheo's am tlien revolved, nin' a number is
drawn from the Wheel of Numbirs, and at tlie same
lime a prize drawn from lh. other ''ieel. Tha No
and' pilte drawn out are opeued and exhlbitea to
the audiencef und registered by tlieCommiisioners;
tlie Prize being placed dgainet the Number druwu.
This operaliou is repeated until oil the, prizes are
draw a out.
; , Apiri-nxiiiiatloii I'rlfc.
The two preceding and two. siinceedlng Num.
herslo those drawing the first 7 Prize will been
ttledlo llio 28 Approximation Prizes. Kor exam
ple; No iiy.iU Uraws the Jiiw.iiuu rnzp, lliose
liekels numbered U24S, 11249, 11251,11252,
WiUede.li b. entitled to $400, li' Ticket No; iiO
draws the $'?5,()1 1 Prize, tliosi Tickets numbered
34", 619, 551, 552, will each he entitled to $300,
and a 'on accorJini lo Ilia above scheme.
5 000 Prize of t'.'O I I ba determined hv the last
figure of the Number that druws $00,000 Prize.
tor example, ll me xuuiiMMKirawing-ino j.od.uuu
Prize enae with. No 1 , then all llie Ticket wliore
the i umber ends In 1 wlH be entlthd to .f'jd. If
tlie Number euda with No 2,1 lieu all lua Ticket
slier, the Number ends with 2 will be entitled to
$20, and so on to 0. . ' '
CetrtiiioatesofPHckige will b soljot ill follpw
ing rate which Is the risk: . .
Geriificate of Package 10 Whole ' Ticket, $S0
. . i n lOHalf I.,.-. . i '40
. " ', 10 Quartet , SO
, ' " ' ' " ' 10 Klghth " ' 10
BIN ORDERING TICKETS OR CERTIH-
CATE4 ' ;
i Enclose the money to our address for the tickets
ordered, pu receipt of which they will be forwiip led
by first rhuil. I'archasere can liuve ticket eudiilg
in any figure tliay uiay desiga"to, ,. . , . ' ...
! The list of druwp nuuibors and prizes will be seul
10 purrhaiwra Imiaeduitely ufter tlie dmwbig. -
. Purchasers will p'euse write Iheif signatures
plain and give their post office, County and Htute.
1LT Kememuer that every Prise is drawn, aad
payable iu full wiiiiout ueductiou.r .
i E7" All Prizes of $1,0(0 and under, paid Immedi
ately after the drawing other Prizes at ills usual
time of thirty days.
j A II communications striclly confidential. .. ,
Aildress orders for TickeU, or Cerli fixates to
!...,. i . 6.SV N it CO,, Auan alia, i
1 1 ILTP-aon rellipg neur Montgomery, Ala,, or
Atlunlu, Ca, cau have their order filled, and buys
liine'by addressing 8. Bwuu 6c Co. at either of
i CA list of th numbers that are drawn Irom
the wheel, with the amount i'C Ih. prize lliutratli
one is entitled lo, will he published after every
drawiug.lii Hi following papers: N O. I'lla,
Mobile HesiK' Cliurle.toii .Vuuilar", N""bville
Uiizit'e, Atlanta Intelligencer. N. Y. Weekly
Day1 Book. Xavanali Moraine News aud Hioh-
inuud li.SLMtoli, New Ye lipatch aud Pauldiug
(.11 las ) I larton.
. ALL (.ersous having claims against lbs late
of benjamin r'. lioun.e, d.i'd, are bsrebv'uoli
fiaj Ionia ih.iu with T. W . W ls.:i m. CounU
Judge, within Ilia Urn prr.ciib d by luir.ur lliev !
will b. barred, 1 baviuc ugg t.d lh. iusolvrocv
I of aaid nUI.
C (L BMlTIf, Adin'c.
1 'PriM of,.;...$;G0.d(H . 1
1 ' .'.'..'. .2!i,00(
1 M : :." il-'..i v.lO,IIIIII 5.'
I ' " . ' 7 .Dill 5
1 " " ' S.i f'O 50
1,'"J (' ii. 3,50 , ."0
1 ' 1.S00 Kill
5 " l,OUU2U0
g;B00T3ND S1I0E DEPOT
It the old o&toDittstani
j HMIDUi.vl A IIS, B14UAJB.K,
a.r.v u mm an, .mm
ClnrksTtHo, Icii .
T HE endersignej would most rvspeotftilly cadt
lb attention of gentlemen ef theclty end eun
trj , to hia fiue Block of BOOTii Sl SnOt.4 Baila
ble for the present season, of his en manures
ttr, consisting cf th most f.ishlonaolost)les, anJ
of the best material, and .of wurkroanlhlp superi
or to as) In this or adjoining counties, which I
wiN warrant In afi respects, represented. Trff.
stock embrace the finest French and Philadelphia '
ealf sMns ever brought to this market. I mvi'.i
and solicit an examlnailon of th samev cnnfloVat
as 1 am, that It will bear Ihe t'r-otert scrutiny and
Will please Ihe most fastidious. All Work made to
order, from tha lightest to th heaviest boats and
lioe,. 1 keep constantly on hand, thsb.it Frsueh
end Philadelphia, ealf skins, sndak tanned tele
tealber. Terms, cssli, invailablv ' "
i " - nl JOHN W ID D I. ETON.
. .Dr. McLANE'S
CELEBRATED. " '
Tw ait the beet Preparation a the Age.
Ji Tkcy arc inot . recom
mended i as ;: ; Universiil
Cure-alls, but simply Tof
: ;what , , their , name pur
1 ports. " ': ,;-5 : "'t- ;T"vi;I
, The .Vermifuge,-;, for
expelling Worms ' frorri
the v human , ' system, ' has
also been; administered
; with the most, satisfactory
J results "tovanous animals
subject to Worms;-1 j!
:: ,Tf5 Liver , Pills, ,,for
the.icure of Liver i Co.vf
r plaint, 11 BiLibis De
!i RANGEMPNTS, .SlCK; HEAD
( ACHE, &C.;-"'S ! (,) '1? '
7" 1 Purchasers will ' please'
; be .particular to ask ! for
' -Dr; ' C. " McLaneY'
brated, , V;ermjfucb and
:Liver PiLLsy; pre
".") r.l : ci'n:r! i
. ... f. 4.. I
II L it . . .(. V
i ,..! .'; i: Si'" u t '"'"1J ni-Mit-mi
SOLE PROPRIETORS j'1' Pitti-i"
burgh, Pa. , , -awdl, n tk'c ..no
. i other, as there are Various;'
-before; ..the i public,! pur-:
porting - to be Vermifu' ei'
and , Liver , , Pjlls. , All
others, -. in ; comparison'
1 with Dr. : McLane's, r arc',
worthless. .t.-i i
, , , ...Xho genuine McLanc'i
-Vermifuge 1 1 and L Liver
Pills can nbv bc. Kad at.t
all i ,, .respectable' 'Drug'1
Stores- 'A '.
' . , 60 Wood Si., TiTTSBtfaoH,i.rA.,.r'?
, ;', -i r.- I vSo,. VrovrUion. U
Sold by FcoviJ Sl M ead. 111 Chestnut sireeT
p. O liana, (eneral Wholesale Agents.
Feb 15, 1HS7-Iy
WE' h,e accepterl tlie agency of Crorer
Rhlier's r'ewlilif Mtw-hines from R; II; Broi kkiy','
of Niislivlllp, sole iir.nprielor of this fclate.- hl.
Is uo'mltud lo be the most )M t Wile of any yetr
offered to tlie public. We sell at the same price'
tliut tlie proprietor does at Nashville f4h buying
rom ti can save freight lo tills polU. yt ttiirsa
iuterut.'d In having work dune with dispatch,
will pleai e cull aud examine the machine'. I t Will
do more work In three hours than the, beat eni-l
stress can in a week. Teims, cash only.,
f , 1 THOMAS & BROTHER.""
ug 57; , , ,.,., ;t i..,nj'
I rr. - ui"l .
'All persons Indebted lo tlie Estate of ,Tlios. A.j
Jones d'ceaaed are hereby notified to come for
ward and. sclila their tluim with ni er, J M.
Jones, icy arsnt. And all persom. having clalroa
(iiniust said Eslute Hint present them lor psy
moat in llio lima prescribed by law, or they will
b i barred. . ',.''';'
''" ! ' ' E. E.' JONES, AJm',T ,
' .'..,. of Tbo A. Jobs. '
'. Oct., 2d, lB57-nm. . . , ,. .,
DESIRABLE UlISIDILM II I Uli SALI
I I offer fur ale the house and lot wlirrd reild.,1
p irt of Ihe Building Is nearly now, a pontile Kltoh-
u and sep iruie room for servants If tick smoke
hous. a wod house und new stable, Ullll llilnt
sp'lng, possession can lie riven by the first or fif-
teeth of November.
i.M 'I'a.iim uiklw A an a. " -
feepi 18, '37 f.
f ,(.; V'e"' l-V
1 All Persons having Watches In my she, left
six mouths and over are requested til 011 Bjud fet
lliein kway by tlie first ol October. ' ,
' We have for sale one tract of the most desirb'a
land tn JVl'iit!oinery County, situated mile
from Cltirksvllle, lying imm.diatvly th. Ru
sillvllle Turnpike, ou which Mr, i-ili betb Marf i
now scivides, contuiiiliig about ' ' 1
FIVIT II IJNDltED ACRES, "
about balf of which la el.areil sod a high state of'
oulllvation . There are, ou tha prsBiiaea,oiia of j
tha best dwelling be.ses to It found anywtiero,
good k ilc ben, amoks bouis. iea house, tirstrmt '
tables and all iiecensary out hotiaa..i Wa wlli t
soil, any on wishing to buy, a good bargain la,
this properly. . ' ' i
We have also fur sale, one other tract of lanr,
3o ii lui inn ir arre. Ivlua oa lied river, silnnd.
Cfiij lo the fold, just sbove ihe lower bridge, and
runs lo i ha oiouib of H West t'orf 70 aeies of 1
wild h era elrarrd, bvlaiice heavily liqibrred w',
F'BBeasioit given at one to any oue alio may'
purchase ih tsaie. W e will niek the term easy '
I and elv. louff rrwilL Now l tha tin., in I,,.. .
properly 1 ailvsaoinr every div.
1) Y t ba hM ITil, Ileal Estate A g "it.
l).f S:, U5T. if. - 1 Sr U