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Local iTEmsv "If e ." ba, NEBLfcJTT & GRANT. Loco IWilcrs. ' " FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1859. tT Cirpnlci 0t fwr Picltring tf y't Sfore. CPSuWrlplloiit for tha prOseut rear mutt bo paid In advance. JK3Th Bocond Session of. the Female Academy commences on Tuesday next. Its great success Is crowding it with pnpils, and its admirable social and educational discipline, and the established reputation f the Prinoipal and ladr teachers, can Dot fail to' widen the circle of its fame and to retain all the favor it wine. 'Tat Thiatre. We have already taken occasion to exprecs our. opinion of that merits of'. Mr. JIacfarlsnd's Company bow playing at Fowler's Hall; nor has tbaf opinion been changed by a fuller ao juaiutanco with the merits of the perfor mers.' To say that it is by far the best company that has ercr appeared in Claris-1 villa, is but to repeat what is said by all 'who have witnessed the performances, and we regret that the splendid acting, night after night, has not been witnessed by a greater number of our citizens. The 'Star" of the Company Miss St. Clair is4 in our opinion, equal to any actress in tho whole country, and the favorable im pression made by her first appearanco, has been strengthened by a more intimate ac quaintance with hcrtalont iu appreciating' the characters slio personates, and her, great skill in deliniatiog them. She is well sustained too, in ber leading parts, 1 and therefore never fails to display her! peculiar powers. ' We hope she will be greeted by a' fall home to-night, and as v a aj s.s w m j iviuoiu Willi u 9 , ? Mr. Jackson, the agent of the Au- bio Gas Company is in town, and two -V. "'' i -... v' i -u i- . ' uicukings uivo uvea uuiu preliminary to -the organization of a Stock Company and the Immediate 'erection of Gas-works for) lighting streets and bouses. Of the im-j portauce of such an establishment it were, idle to speak, sinco it is conceded by all' all who know its value ; and as it can be accomplished at a comparitivcly small cost, and can be shpwn to be a paying invest ment, we do not believe the citizens will hesitate to subsoribe the necessary funds. We could not keep back our pnper for a roportjof the proceedings of the last night's meeting, but all can inform themselves by! ........ . i D(jntnng ot tlJoo who wcro present ; and 1 we presume th.t Mr. Jackson will enlight en those interested, upon the details of the jfpeeed csubii.shincnt. Let no good sit-! iiauai! to inutiu himself or to lend his aid to tho iiuiiort-mt undertaking. One good step forward leads to another; and! navr fa ilia tirna ii cinwa mn imnotitu in h growth of our town that shall carry it for ward until itri.n.'hosthe destiny that awaits it under the favorable auspices which fore shadow it fului'c prosperity. AtjT Wo !i;tvc, in tho last few days, trav elled (yi JacL Allsnhworth Stac from this place to liupkinsvi'lt!, and back; und though we li rid lizard much of the bad condition of tins roads, we were utterly unprepared for what we found it to be. A good turnpike road has bacu built in .tila Slnf tliA K AniiiAuu linn lint X a m in mhv v inv lawiiiunnj x 1 1 . j nut yond that tho roml is almost iiiipnsxablc the mud being, in many places over kneo doep to a liorsu ! This, too, we are told, is tnx case, beyond the Tennessee line on the lTussellvillo road. How Ion;;, O ye Kentuckians, will you thus lay behind in tho march of improve ment! Tho farmers of Kentucky, who haul their produce to this place would ave, in two years, the cost of turnpikes from tho State-line to llojikinsvillo, and Jlussollvillo, " We have been told that ten mulct arc sometimes seen pulling a wagon with but one kogihead of tobacco on it, over these mild roads. We da hope that, before an other winter comes, our Kentucky friends will move in this matter, and extend our turnpikes to the plitres named above. 'During our brief visit, we culled to see our much esteemed friend, Prof. J. W. Rust, President uf the Uethcl College. The present session f this school had just commenced, and wo wero gratified to learii that it was in so flourishing a con dition. With Prof. Rusts' indoniituble energy and zeal, 'this Institution must and will succeed. C4iT" The endowment of the College is progressing. Every one is Interested in this,' matter and especially property hol ders, heads of families and the traders in the city, whose business will be largely in creased. Any one who has his own inter est and the prosperity of the city ut heart, to say nothing of the advancement of the interests of their 'children, had better do without many other things, and once strain bard to Scour this fund. The time is most up. We hope every one will be actuated by the above motives and others, and take one or two . ackJamhips in the College. Oaly f 100 a year for five yean ii required to peoure ll the benvfits of thit College fbr'jops pupil Jyrinj the existence, f the T F,r CyrltttUU Cars'! ts. , ' ' "Aa4 what it life whea lor. has flea 7" "' ' A . ' - . O. P. Moaats. Haa fled I tha earth without ana. . ( Tha midnight aky withont a light, Tha wide, wide deatrt Wilhcnit one ' ' Oaaii, er etrrnal Dtght,, ' Are alike to earth deprived of lava. Love 'roand our firal exUtoae ahone It aml'e4 from oat oar mother's eyes, Ae they were heat opon oar own. It beams from oat the etarry kteo, When'er we raise oar glance above. ... , 4. ' It liofreraia tho breeto llitt blows, Around Ihecotltge of the poor It mingles ia the aong that Howe, From yonder oak bealda tho ilooi Where rol ln trills hia Uy of love. f 'Tie love that painta the aky so bright. Tint sends the oofl rcfr ahing showers, That hid the sun beatuw hia light: Thraaglioul oar lives there 'e not an hoar, That bridge do proof of heavrn's love. ' When love hue fled !" this cannot be. For God doth love eternallvi - Wild ocean will forget to roar, The sun withdraw hia life before, Tho God of Heaven forgets to love. ' ' ' ' ORIOLE. CuinsntiLLE. Tenii., Jan., 27, 1859. BQu It will be seen from the following correspondence, that a complimentary ben efit is to be givon to Miss St. Clair, to night. She will appear in very interes ting characters that will call out her best talents, and wo hope a generous public will extend to ber the patronage she bo richly merits: . For the Chronicle. COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT. Clarksvillk, Jan., 20, 1859. Miss Sallie St. Clair : -Desiring to testify our high appreciatien of your his tironie powers, and at the same time to give you a pleasing souvenir of your suc cessful engagement here, we tender you a complimentary benefit, to take place on such night as you may be pleased to indi cate. Hoping that this suggestion wll meet yftur approbation wa have the honor to be, Very Respectfully, C. 0. Faxon. A-. Howell. R. Y. Johnson. R. D. Dunning. B. F. Poston. H. II. Poston. J. A. Waggoner. L. W. Bourne. G. T. Cross. Jejas O'Brien. Darid P. Haddcn. 0. M. Black man. R. W. Thomas. J. S. Ncblctt. O C Breed. O. A. Harrell. W. E. Lowe. R. W. Humphreys. O. P Macmurdo. James F. Johnson. J. M. Jones. J. Nick Thomas. Thoa. M. Cross. W. S. Dickinson. - 'Washington Hotel, Jan., 27, 1859. Gentlemen : I am in receipt of your note of yesterday's date tendering to me a complimentary bencfitbefore my engage ment terminates in this city. I accept the proposed compliment, and will name Friday evening, Jan., 23th as tho time, it being the lust evening but one of my en gnf.enient. For tho very flattering manner in which you speak of my professional service, ac cept my thank. Yours Truly, SAL LIE ST. CLAIR. P 110 MPT P AYMF.NT. Wo learn that some of our Grocery merchants lost over five thousand dollars, by the hurtling of the Josephine Savage, Insured in the Agen cy of tho Tennessee Marine and Fire In surance Company, and that the loss was paid on the receipt of the bills, without claiming any part of the sixty days allow ed by this policy. The billa were dupli cated aud the groceries iu store in ten days. No merchant should risk any thing to tho mercy of the elements when he can procure such prompt protection. t& We understand that another one of those pleasant Soirees, at tho Female Academy, comes off this evening.-' These musical entertainments have heretofore been largely attended, and we may expect a large crowd, and some most excellent music to-night. HIT On Wednesday, a few miles from this place, G. W. Marr was Ehot in tho ab domen, by John O. Hunt. Marr is in a critical condition. Hunt has surrendered hinihclf. We will not undertake to state tho particulars, as the caso may undergo judicial investigation. Ai Criminal Court, Judge Turner pre siding, is now in session. The case of the State, vs. Rutland, was taken up first. A Jury was not made uutil Tuesday at noon. The evidence, argument and charge were concluded Thursday morning. The jury brought in a verdict of "guilty," and he was sentenced to imprisonment in the Penitentiary for nino years. The case of tho State against Henry (a slave,) for shooting at Dr. N'olin of Stew art county, was taken up and is now iu progress of trial. There are several felonies aud a good many misdemeanors. f?L. The office of Attorney General of this Judicial District having become va cant by the resignation of lieu.. Quarles, an election will soon be ordered by the Governor to re-fill it. We noticed iu the Jrffcrioniuti, of Wednesday, a call on our townsman, 11. W. Johnson, also one for V. E. Lowe, of Dover, to become candi dates for the office. Mr A few days ago we had quite a cold spell, and sovcrol partiea were fortunate enough to till theirloe-houses with pretty good ice. There is tur a gowJ ttnpply of coal in town. Ohio river H selling at IS rent ni Cumberlsnd s.l ;'". 19 The remains of tha late Mr. Jas A. Trice, who died in New Orleans some months since, arrived here on last Suudsj nighf, on board the steamer James John son. His remains were carried to the country on Monday and buried. . , f9" Mr. Samuel Williams is the agent for Altna, Hartford, and the Home Insur ance' Companies. The above bid' and prompt Insurance Companies, we under stand, have complied with the lawi of this State, and Mr. Williams, the agent, can be found, at all times, at his office near the Washington Hotel. It has been suggested to us, that there are rather too many Coal boats at our wharf for tho convenience steamers. We are in hopes that our Coal merchants will give them all the space they require. BQ. It will be seen from Dr. Tylers' card, in to-days paper, that he has located in this city for the purpose of practiceing his profession. Dr. Tyler is a well educa ted Physician, and having bad a practice of several years, no doubt will givo satis faction. For New Orleans. The splendid and fast running steamer, T. C. Twitchell, will leave our wharf this evening at 4 o'clock for the above named port. Any of our citizens wishing to take a pleasant trip, cannot take passage on a better or more accommodating boat. t& The new Bridge will very soon be passiblo. t- See card of Rev. J. T. Hendrick in tho advertising columns. Nothing bo addn to the persiul appearance of a gentlman, a a cleanly ahaved face, and hai nicely trimmed and c mhrd. and no where cm; these, reqniailea to goo. looka be better obtained' than from Mmra, who still proctirra the art tonsorial, at hi old iitand, on Strawberry Alley One alwaya feIa betler after rising from Mluor'a Chair,nea Turk'a Rnneqnenea la alwaya more quiet when he comes from hia bath. Hairdeyiug, and clothra renovath v, ae alo Included In the u in era of hia ahop. A very ahahily clothed in dividual may enter his hoime, and come forth i well dreued gentleman Try him JTWnrm or Cold Chnmpooiiinc Jan, 528, '59 W. J. McCormac, Practical Pltotographitt, makea pictures in every style of the art, from the emaJlrai mlnUtnre np to life-aixe Pholographa. Ioelrnotiona given in any or all of the branchee ETRooms wait aide Public Square, Clarktville Oct. 1, 195S-ly Go te FALL & TURNLEV'S and aee their "Patent" W iKhig Canee. and their niceatock of focket Cutlerj and Hardwnre generally. Nova, 1838. . B. Plossor Jf Co., have a good stock of Clothing which they are selling at very low figures. COMMERCIA NEWS. CusoticLC OFricB, ) Jan. S8, 185'J. Tlonetary ami Com mere in I Money market quiet in Bank, good bills at 60 to 9 day", are easily negotiated at 'jc. per month. exchange and it. rest off. The Banks are doing ve-y little in local paper uutaid , good pnmpt paper can bo nngoliaUd it lc. per mouth. Exchange is very abundant, without change In rates. For the first titno we hare to report Kentucky money uucurreiit here. AW tho Ban Us but one re ua to re-civo it, und that one .nly receives it from iti customers. I he Banks now receive nothing but Teuiicsee money and Go'd and ailver, and we expect aoon tJ h ar that they refuse Silver in turns over fi ve dollurs. Tobacco. The views of the planters and buy em, are yet so very wid apart, thnt but little is do ing ia tliia xtnple. Inspection a ilea arc now open, nnd buyers are pleuty, for loose or p ixed. We heir of new buyers in the inarket.and ordera ready tcrrxecution,aud ft the p'ai.t. rs offer their tobacco and do not receive better pi ices llirn th.-y wiil ob tain by shipping to any other market in the wor d' it vi lli be tha first time they have fulled. Private oilvici'S from New Orleans, quole good round lots of larksville, at 7V,7'.( cents, and dull with downward tendency. We have datea fiom New Orleana to the 20th Money market easy negotiations are made at 8 to 9c. Exchange on New York, 5-8 to 7-8, di count. Tobarco dull. Flour buoyant aud udvau. cine. Pork $19 25 centa per barret. Lard iu ticr'-cs 1 1 'g cents. Advices iroin New York to the S2d lint., says: Markets well supp led with money, but higher rates are antiip it.-d after the taking of the gov ernment loan. Stocks d cliniiig, and dull. Tenu esaee, 6's 91 n. OIII I I AKV. Died of conauinptiou, on the 27th of December 1858, at the reaideuce of John D. Tyler, hisneica, Mary C Meckbee. Indiscriminate praise of the dead, is but loo common. Iu her case the simple truth would apptsr, aa tha language of eulogy, to those who knew her not. For uiue or ten yeara an exemplary member of the F.pUropal church, ber devoted and conalatont pieiy , her charity and gen tle loving kiuduena, wou the hearts of all who knew her. "Truely, to kuow her, was to love her." Ever forgetful of self, in her earnest wish to muke other happy, her whole life teemed one con. tiuued effort to promote the happines of others She spuke often, with great calinuees and compos ure, of her approaching dhsnlutiou i waa entirely resigned to the Will ol her Heavenly Father, who had called her, thus early, Mo oais under the rod,' feeling iu her child-like trust, "eveu so Father, for so It eeeinulli good in thy eight." When her friends thought her dying, she laid with great dif ficulty, but, slowly aud distinctly, -'God receive my S'liit " She rallied agaiu and lived uutil the next afternoon, when gently fulling asleep in Jesus, l.er breathing scarcely perceptible, aud her features so motionless that the looked tike a piece of statuary, her lips parted aud asinils of the most angeho awaetuera brightened her whole face This nccurred, distinctly, three separate tlinea, and then her freed spirit took its flight, I coufi dsutly trust, to that havsu of real prepared ftr all who love their Saviour aa aha did. ''Thus it is, the company of the redeemed in ifcaveu, ia ruade up of the jwl ,f earth 'tis did givt.aud be hath taken. Shall we icoura the atera decree, Lord our biuised heails awaken, Turn ua, iruatingl,', le Thro." J..r. n.i, It'.VI-l w. ' at - ARE now able to oftr to th teado a more general stock of Cooper, Blacktmtil.'e and Carpon tor's toola, Railroad and Cuikiii't HarJ-varo, Gnus, (enuine De linger 'Hols, from $27 to 4S, e Ira Traces, llsl ars, Tea Trays, Sole, ilarnesa, Skirling, Upper and BriJIe Leather. French and American Calf (Skins. Willow and Wood Ware, Ac than ever before. Wo k only for quick snles and ahort profile. We in, te our old, and as many new customers to an exi.iniuuiiop of our tock and prices, feeling confident of pleaainf you. BEAUMONT .&. BARNES. rinrksvllle. Tenn. T)ee 17. '5" 'y Notice. The Dartnerohio hefetnfore eilstinr und- r the etyl- of HART, COULTER Ac CO., In this day dieeolred by ilmltaton. and ine under ignea iibv lngpurrhaed Mr. John S. Hart's Interest will continue the Dry Goods bun'mesa at the same old etaml, corner . the e'qunre aud Frjiikllii street, under (ho name of MACRAE &, COULTER. We have a larg and desirable atock of Goods, many of them entirely NEW AND JUST RECEIVED, to supply the demand for January and r'eb. vli Heavy 0nahnrgs, Bleached Shectluge. Ht-avy Domesllca. Unbleached Shnetiugs, B'earhed 5hirting-i, Linen Sheetings, Unbleached Shirtings, Irish Linens, Striped rtsnaburgs, Calinoe, Cotton PUMs, . Negro Goods, Ticking and Checks, ' Bed Ulankets. We have a great variety of the above Goods and will sell t'tein at reduced prices. We wish to couth. ne bumes relatione with all who patronized the old firm, and 1o commence new aceounts with all responsible partite. We will make no change in pur manner of doing bu siness, and extend a cordial Invitation to one and all to examine our stocks, and try us FOR 1859. To such a bay for CASH ONLY, wo will give the full worth of tneir money. Our stock Is complete in all departments, em bracing a stock of Dress Good, Meriuoes, Do t.at.i, new style Shawls, French Embroideries. Party Dress a. Hosiery. Olovos, Gentlemen'a wenr.'and Staple Good in great variety. Wo nk tha attention of Ladies to our great variety of Ladies' and Childrea'a Ihs smdl IB We have a desirable slock of House Fur nishing Good and will receive, lu a lew days, a choice assortment of Rich Curtain Damatis, all of which we are prepared to offer at low pricea. We expoct le aall our goods on tha usual time t responsible parties, and vlll endeavor to conduct the bnslnsa in tha moat coriect mnnner, and to render satislaclinn to ail. To those who buy for Cah, we wll ofl'er In luoemenls to buy of ns. Wanted. Country Jeans, Llnsry, Socks, Feathers nnd Wool, for whish wo will pay tho highest market ratea. MACRAE 4V COULTER. Jan 7, 1819 The firm of R. S. MOORE A CO. was r.'is solved on the 1st Inrt., by tha withdrawal of Sam Johnson, which renilera it necesery that its af fairs should be wound up as speedily aa possible. The notes and accounts wiSl be found at the old place of busuiops. Kvcry one kuows whether he is linh-btxd lo us or ii.ii, and we therefore hope they will not wait for u to call on them In person or by agent. A word to the wie ie utffinient, tie ve thernfare wise. K.ither of thepartera wiil use the name of the firm in liquidation. R. H. MOORE. PETE J MINSON, SAM. JOHNSON. The undersigned will coutinue the DRY GOODS BUSINESS under th name and tyl- of MOOhE A JOHN SON They will he assisted In the sales depart ment by Saiit. Johnson, when not called away by his own business. Tiiey feel very grateful lo a kind public for their verv liberal patronage, aud hope by honest and fair dealing to merit aud se cure aeon liuua nee of the same. R. 8. MOIRE. PETE JOHNSON. Jan 7, 11-59 Land and Negroes for Sale. I will sell on the 17l!i of February, 1859, at Ihe late reaiJene of Richard Laprade, dee'd, the farm of aaid d-ceilent, ci 1,2 and 3 years credit, aiiuuled near SadMereville, Robertaon County, Tenn , cont lining some 4 0 acres, 2 miles from junction of Elk Fork and Red river- 2 miles from the propoxei! Depot ou the Nashville nnd Hender son RnilronJ; 1 miles from ("I irksville, and 3 miles of thi crossings of the Nashville. Hender son, Mempliis ami Loui.vi le railroud, and in five miles of 6 Merchant Mill", ant in 3K) yard-i of Sud ersville mill and Store. Said farm lies well, in a healthy, wealthy and desirable neighborhood. About half of aaid farm is cleared aud ttuder.t good fence; abundant timber and water, Fine Apple and 1'eacls Orchard. The soil is rich and fertile, and admirably adap ted to the growth of Tobacco, aa the mammoth size of the tobacco to be sold on said day of sale will speak the fact. The Improvements consint of a dwelling houee of 4 rooms, negro houses sufficient lo accommodate 30 negroes, 3 tobacco baniM, capable of curing 40 or 50,000 pound.; 2 stallion, 2 com cribs, work shop, grainery, moke house, and a number of other out buildings, all iu good repair. Persons wishing to invest iu lauds, will do well to attend the sole, as such as a chance ia seldom ottVrrd in point of location, richness of soil and excellent Improvement.. Notes with approved security aad a lien retained for the purchase money . 1 will also sell a choice Crop of Tobacco, aome 23,000 pounds, and 'ii i.i aii m: m:ghoi:s, on 12 months credit, with approved aecurity. THOMAS J. SMITH, Executor. JanH. '5U- 4w INXIIAls'CEilirXT-CLARKSVILLE. Goo. J. Blakey, Adm'r of E. O. Hawkins, vs. James Alleson, Jr. t. ale., Cross Bill. It ippearin to the satisfaction ol the Clerk and Master, from the allegations in the hill, and affi davit thereto, that Ja. Allison, Jr., J tnrf Hawkins and J. S. Baker, are uon real rente of the Stat of Teiiuessee, so that the ordinary process or law cannot be served nuou them. It is therefoie or dered t'mt publication be mad for 4 weeks iu the Clurksville l it onicle, a, newspaper pun;isueo iu the town of Clark.viiie, requiring saiii uou-resl- dnl dei'endauts, to appear at the uent lor in of the Chancery Court, to be held lu the town of Clarksille. on Ilia 3rd Monday iu April next, anil olButi answer or demur lo comulaiuauta bill, or the same will be taken fur confessed, LS to them, aud seldowu fur h-iirlii(, Ex Parte. T1H Id. 1- MUNfUKU, U If M. Jan. 21, 1 S5i l-w pr's fee $X "NEW" YE ART WE tender our grateful acknowledgements for Ihe past ysar avore, ami uow beg leave lo aay to our patrous. that we have a good atock of gentle meu aud boys clothing on baud, which wo are anxious lo close out bet ore receiving Spring goods, and will sell I'lem to punctual dealers ou the usual time, or st a libenl discuuul feroaah. Wo bav our aocou ills lor the past year all ready, aud having discharged our portion of the coulraoi by soiling on tuuai limo, we expect our customera looome for-eerd at ouao aud pay oa.ss wear desirous to leave for the et early in V.brujry. . MnCJl'LLOCU L. PITMAN. 1 hJa.,:t. -0 w. BEAUMOiNT & MHWES o . ' I. max big v Lock, Franttlin Strict, ChrkvnlU Tenntuce. , Valuable Xegro lor Sale. Ann J Dick, by Guardian, F. A. Hannurri, Ex Parte.- ; " m ----- In pursuance of an inierloculory deereo made in thiacauae, at the October term, lia3, of Hie Chancery court alt Ursaville, I wll. setito tht. hlgheat bit der, t the court h. use in CUrk vllle, on Monday, the 7th day ol Fel uary, a very lks Iv jVegro meu, named Sain G, ubhs. ile will bj eohl on a credit, intil fi- 15th of April cext Notes with good a'curitv r c,uiJ TIIOS.'J. MU ORD, C. M. Jan. 7,1859 4-w-pr. fee $J. iff oh Cf;., Wholmalk aso Retail DsaLCRt in Confectlonario, C'itrnm, &cAc, CLARhSVlLLE, TEXN. ALL orders from a distance, (accompaniedwith ihe cash,) will bo met pnnctnally, and upon very reasonable terms. - ' Nov. 87, lS7-ly Fresh Arrival. Raisins, Clron, ' Almouds, Pecnns, Creamuuts, Lemona, Sardines, Preserves. Tatble Fruits, Wine Crackers, Flga, Zante Currants, Filberts, Pecans, Oranges, Oysters, ' Pikela. Pie FruiU. Butler Crackers, Pie Nio do., Spice do. Iracknell . do . Cheese, &c, and a great variety of other artic les juat received, and fttr sale low. by Q A L1GON & CO. Dec 10, '53 . Tea, Tea, Tea! Just received, a very anperior lot of Teaa, whioh we warrant to be. N j 1. . . G. A. LIGON & CO. Deo 58 School Notice, DR. RING'S School for next ses-lon will he giu on the 3stof January, 159, and continue 20 weeks. Meslo by Miss M. F. Kino Terms as heretofore. L. D. KING, A. M. Dec. 24, 1859-tf. INDEMNITY. or HAETF0BD, CO HIT. Cash Capital and Surplus, $409,000. Ageucy lu CLARK3V1LLE, at NORTHERN BANK. Insures Dwellings, Mills. Factories, Store houses and Merchandise, aguinst lose or damage by fire. Losaea fairly ailiueted and promptly paid. D N. KENNEDY, Agent. Janat.-tf W. BALTHROP,. .THOMAS II. MANttOM. New rirm. BALTHROP & MANSON. I have Ihia day associated with me in the Dry Goods busiueos, Thcmus H. Manson. The busi ness will hereafter becouducted under toe stylo of Bullhropdc. Manson. W. BALTHROP. Clark.viiie, Jan. 1, 18.'9. " B A L T II It O l' & MANSON, Dealers in Foreign and Domeetie I "TO Boots, Shoes and flats, Franklin Street, nearly opposite the Court House, where they would be pleased to see their friends and the public generally, and will promise to Sell them Goods at the lowest prio s. Their present stock of -Winter Drew Goodt, Bfnnlcett and Ready- made Clothing, Will be offerod at red iced prices. Call soon, fl you want cheap Goods. BALTHROP 4. MANSON. Jan 11, '59-4w Steam up ! MILLER N6RAM, (Successors to Thomas A Miller, rianters Vuson Manuf'at lory, Corner of 5ih and Franklin streets, near the M. E Church, Clark.viiie, Tenu., are prepared to muke Wagon, Carta, Ploughs, Wheelbarrows, &.C., at short notice, in Ihe beat style and to do every description of Blacksmlthing in the most approved ma'iner. Also, painting anu repairing Carriages and vehlolea of ail kinds. We solicit a share of pnulie patronxge. J.n 14. '69-ly Has removed hi. Jewelry Store to his new bull- tllng on franklin Street, where he Is bow pre pared to supply tho public with sViticlu's, Jewelry A Sliver ware of all kiode. Ho will make large aldh iona lo his present atock iu a abort tim. He has secured Ihe services at au experienced watcn matter anu Jeweler, which wiil enable biin to do work at short notice and u the brat stylo. Jan 14, 'SS-ly. Wm. W. Valliant & Co. Have removed next door loG. A. Llgon A Co. where they voold be Inn py lo meet ihrlr old fileode and cusloiners. We have on hand a good lot of Winter Drv Goods, which, being auilvut to close out, we we will dip"e of without ieS'd In rest . We are daily expecting a l,irg lol of sprlg Uoiuestic.s, Harvania Geoi.a and Huns, to which we respectfully luviu the atimil u of ,mMtc. W 1 . TSMMM kV'. JaoSI.'i? 1m , IkilUWU AIM VI M I -if til .: i W E are agaia tiag aud epetlag aa - ENTIRE NEK 8T0CK OF Fall and ? Winter elected In New iVrk and Pl.llade'phia, bv o!tr or tkr rinM 'these goes hare teea boughi with jreat care, and at , Extremely LdwJFigTjres, and we lnt tid to sell them at the same. ' Owing to the great scarcity of desirable good' in our ch v. toWurds Ihe Clove sf ench busy sea- ion, wo have been Indaced to adopt tho plan of BUYING FOUR TIMES A YEAR, which wi I rale ns to aa ply tho demand for such goods, as tustouieis may want, AT ANY TIME THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. Oar Staple, Fancy, and Houte-fvmuhwg Department have each been " THOROUGHLY REPLENISIIEO wi every description of goorfa that aa expe rie ced buyer could find In the Kaalern markets We subjoin a ll.t of soineof tho GOODS JUST HEGE3VED, whl h, wlthalargea.sortrn-nt ou hand be'ore, will enable us to otter unusual attractions in good:,aswell as Inducements to buy from us to-w It SHAWL?. Magic. Chanell Crape, PI . errio.Tarlan Plaid and Blanket. Black and fancy Silks, Invs. D.Laiim , DeKeges, P. pllus, Luitres. Visnjii O IV, Plaids io. IiU'i ai fi shbons, Fringej, Velvet Ribbons, Fancy ad black bonnet Flowers and; Feathers, Krniiue, Licee, 4c. - White Goods. Lace Mus'las, plaiu and striped Ewlaoea, Tsrl- tons, Organdiea, Party Dresses, tfc. Embroideries. Linen, Jaoonet, Swi.s and rimitv Raffles, linen and jaconet Ei gluga. Infant's Waists, embroi dered akina, emb'u Luen Chemi.e Bands aud Yokes, Collars and Selts, of every variety. Also every variety of Hats & Caps, Boots, Shoes & Bonnets, B.uvsels, Ingrain, Girling, Hemp, "sg. Cocoa aud rtraw; floor Oil Clotha6 yard, w lie Velvet and Tufted Ruga aud Mate Damasks, ALSO, Hosiery, GIovm, Nubia Scaifs, Bertha f, Nubia ( em, Cl.enrlle and Velvet Scarla, 4cc For further iuform iiion of what we have to ahow you, and sell you too, please call aud look through our atock. iepectfully,yourob't serr'ts, Rice 8c Moore, No P, Franklin Street, CLARKSVILLE, TENN, bee 3, "58-2m 6. . OCIBCRN, R. If. OOBURN. Ogburn Sc Brother, Succtstoss to Wst i.es if Smith, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in every de.en'p tion of CniN.., CLASS AND QUEENSWARE, Looking GUmet, Clock$, Fluted Qoodt, Toyt, Pictnret, I'icturt Frame; Musical Inctrumtnlt, Talde Cutlery, drc. No. 4 Frauklln l . CLARKSVILLE, TENN. STCouutry Merchants are rvquefled lo give as a call. Nov SI, 'ao-fy .ollre or l'arlnerahlp. 1 I have this day associated with uie In the Dry Good, business, J. Jas. Valliant. Ourbutluess will be conducted under the style ol wjv. w. VALLIANT A CO. Grateful to a generous public for the patronage so liberal)) extended me. I reopeclfully solicit a rontluu luceor me same lor the linn. , Youi obediean servant, WM. W- VALLIANT. Janll,'59-lm FINK LIQUORS. We have on h.ml a general assortment of very UDorlor ErandlrS. Wines, arc. lor sale. C. 1 I W'Tikl 1. TA JustKtcciredl Just Received I! THE atteutlon of purchasers, is respsctfully invited to our new aud pretty ussvrlii'ein oi IIOUrfE-FURNlSHING GOOD3, Cons'. tins of 6-14 DeLalue, CiUoa and Cotton Damak., Table and Plane t'overe, Cornice Cur lulu Hands aad Pius, Shades, Corile and T assies, QuIluAc. Allot which we have juet received by Express, dlreot from New Yoik. Our gtuoral eeeorlmeut of Winter Good, ioatsu verv comnlele. a. yet, aud all wno are louu o butiiic chn foods, would do well to call on ua as we are offering great bargains lo Wluter Good. now, In order to reree our slock aa much i s ro aihla. baler rut East fiwonr Spring n- nlie. . KespnUU !, lI.'lv A MOt-Mit) Jan. 21, Iei9-'J w. ' FALL t TWRNt'EY, ' 7 itAitii 'W ' Hardwa.o and Cutlenr''':' l . a" i-s ) CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE i , Wo am new epenirg a Isrg.elorW of ih fl litwli r goers which as 111 aellot le nearest' ' SliOT GUNSr ' ' 1 '" " " ' . .snoT. Guxst ' -7.V;7' SHOT t'.3f RIFLES ! -. i'"; . RIFLES I n-'i'.f'st . EIFLE i Meat Suiters. Old Dominion Coffee tots, Heck' iss, Ti a Trays and Wallers, Fliortls ai d Tonta.. Pi. lent Balances, Platlorm Scales. Anvlia. Vitew,' Bellows. Strew Plates, "Hsmes," fhev. Is, llcka I'ast bteeli Hammers Axes, 1 race t hi.loe. Leg Cbsin . Hi, fi Chains, liaher sud Bresst Clialiur, Chaini! Chdini! in abundance, i . Lnt-rn, Chl.elis, Augurs', H.'.ce adtt , 4. Plan- a, Ru'es, Squares, . . ' i Coach Material I Coach Matcr'rai I Buggy Material t -Buggy Material f 1 Pocket Knives, Table Knives, Spoons - riuled Fork, &e. o H TO THeTaDIES' -- We would siy thut ws hve a great many nie articles for b u.rkeeping. such as Plated Candla.) siicka. Hritania Canoles icks, Bra. s r sndlestirks,. Tea Trsya. Wallers. Shovels aad Tonr", Tsble" A'nives in setts, worth frnm'.'iO cats to fCO witb Plateil Forks to matchi Kni e Cleaners and Sha'p ners, Seizors. Nutmeg Grates, f osp Sloi t Grid' dies, and a thousand tilings foe numerous to men tion, snd which you mould do well to CaJI.SBs) see, as they are going ofT rapidly . , .., V . Respectfullv. FALL k TURNLKt. Nvl2,'58-to AplU. , , ., , a.,..-. . Public Square. ---i Have jnst received a large hit hf Kreeh Ojsters'j also Miliby's celebrated Cove Oys tors, and Filed do., SarJmea, Flg, katsina, Almom's, Lemons, 4 Oranges, Sour Krout, Split Peas, Pearl Barley, Pigs Feel and Bolr goa S.osigea. They w HI also' keep con-tautly 00 Uyn Weetern ReeorVe CkeeeO' ! and Butter, aud all art idea usually kept ia a Feav ' liy Grocery. : tl Deo 23, '58-tf v -. ' 1 - BK. XV. IV. HAKIIIY, OFFERS his services, to the citixeus of Clark'svllla T and vicinity, In the vurioua branches of bis pre--fession. Having bad ten years expeirluncs in tha practice of nie iclne, and "devoted much lime to' the subject of Surgery, he hopes to be able to give ' Mtia'aciion to all who may require Ms services. Residence, No 14, National Hole), where he may be found at night, and in the day at his office, ew Strawberry Allev. opposite the Court-house. , October 89, 1858 ly. " JOSEPH II. THOMPSONS' A CO., " 314 Market Si, PHILADELPHIA.,, Have constantly on hand a Jarre aud a a rat 1 assortmsul uf Boot aad 1 Iboesi"1 1 Purchasers are requested to call and! elsuijns .Ill's stock. . Jan.l4,'59-lye " . , , O. O SRSRO, SLLKN 1. MASailOSj'. Lata Res, Eng. M..C. d; L. Ki R. j , i ) j n.RRISONFBREED, BRIDGE DUILDERIS CLARKSVILLE. TENN. ItrCffico, 10;i Franklia Street, 3d story.-! Wn.t build Howe Truss, Lattice, Trurs Girdsv', or Common Stringer Bridges, at she' I notice, end on favorable terms. All work warranted to staa engineering or practical test. arras to - J '' ' G. B Fleece, Chief Eugiueer of the M , CaaaT Louisville Railroad. ..... W atrren Colbntiii Chfef Engineer mtd V Prewl deutef thoT W.and W. Railroad. B. F. Huiionx, Chief Eugiueer of the Lafayette and La Salle Kai'roed. . .., , , , , ., i W. A Quailcs, Prraident of the M., C. and L. Ralread. 1 W. B. Mnnf ,rd, Ex Pra't do. oo. ' ' 'dr C. O. Smith, Secretary and Trra.urej of the' , M C. and L. R. R , etc , etc. , Nov ivs-tf. . ; ;. H. A. Powlkes. " Wliolctale und Retail Grocer, and Cum mimon Merchant, ' '' ' :" 2ud door below the court home. Franklin street, " CLARKSVILLE, TENS. Dralor In country prodiice such as Flour, Ba . eon, Laid, tie Also keeps on hand a good aa. aortment of Sugar, Cofl' e, Mslasiea, Salt. Nails, Arc, aud everyihing usually kept In such as tab-e llshmeiiis. ... . ' itlillet Seed and Huugaiian Grass Seed for sal. fehl9,'Sd :, . . Valuable Iron Property for tSnlcr- ON the 9th day i f February next, lt-6 ', wo will'' sell, on ihe preuiiea, to the lilirhe.t biil ier. MO.NTGtiAlEliY r ullN AlK ANU LANDS, logelber uflli Teams. Cart, Wavons and Mules. (there being C5 or 70 Mufc.,; and other property such ar ia usual about a r urnace. The i urnace' Is now running unit lu fine eon litl in. The teams nrs In good or-.nr the Mules, Hi or 41 of whiol are number 1 Any person wHiing loexmilue the property will please call on W. ti. Russell, si the works. We wiil give LONG TIME. , . on tbt real estate. Ter is niade kuown on day of ale- ROHCRTUNi RUBELLA. Co. , Jan. 14,18J93-w, Tobacco Notice. BIcCLl'RES ToWco iVarphouse .- Vlarknilk, THnem, . I no mosr oevoieq ansmion given to me eeier and shipment of Tobacco. w . b. niv.uKM. " Dee 10, '5-6in ... TT O s im TI o . The unJersigni d h is tiknn nnd Ihnrouglily re pairec iho PANTF.RH' HOUSK, and i.pro.yiref lo receive a number or aay and laimiy o.rflers ' For Urins und panicularr, apply to W. II. P JTl TL n Jan 7, '59 To our Friend niwl I'alroni-L THH l to Inform you t. tt wo h.v- been ire. cciving for the pant thrtO or luur weeks an ndn. tional suiiplvol Goo.'e rmhracivj; near y everv-- ... i 1 f , l I.. .1. . - J M . i. ' iniiiv inciuueu iu i i.uinii-i'iiw or iiisrruaiiaiM.. ia u lnt..li u m tiiMl Vrtoeillt'll 11 tf llivll vi. nm bii.u Hull. We huve ju.f riC Mred invoice, of many desirable Freurh-Goode, which we ebail b.ve the pleu.uro of allowing ) en ia a f w days. W shttll comlnlio lorixeiva additional kupphes every leas weeks tbrough the year, enabling a th-wey t ofl'er yoa the J-J!-. at all tImoa,an1 to ke'op out n'o.-U'v.' f, sc.vti' '" Hy anupting Ihtscourse. we liori lu,,- . . ii f ernl alia e i f public p.lron'fo, a. i.n i a. ' we Wiil Uot Im umJeraviu b "w,,"" cnv verv rv.i"riiu i -ii.'ii wetfu IV sohirii w. N'Tihirv7 1 t -TT.m luv Iki ll v, ii Jl,.et J if.... v & , pjptXMtfxaMHBM "aafff.