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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 6 July 1855
J ). l Jt' c -' 1 III f " ' - I i - !ri .. . i'- I j uy hi S i R. Wa THOMAS VIRTUE A Pi D INTELLIGENCE THE MEArS-GO0D 'GOVERNMENT, THE END V ; ,1 egitofv VOL. G. . CLARKSVILLE TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, JULY G; 1S55. - NO. 3G. ' V n- TT TT f 11 I r i wis I if i v. 4 j O-IJ JkLf JLUO- ,Jb.lA JLL. ayja.aaajajaaaa ' Ml Naf Business (Sards. JOB W O It K I WE ire prepared to exeente . Job Work of every deacrintiou, ut Inn Ollice. with nentnes and datoh and , therefore, ask evnlinuauct of the eutn.n that we have berelnfura received. January lt,lH55 Denier In Staple & Fancy lry GOODS, HATS. BONNETS, BOOTS, &l SHOES. CHI na uud CSIiiaswrtre . Ac W. 8 Fjianklin Row. i3 ' , Ladies,, Your at if nil oi. la partlrsoiiiriy etremert jtj to my Pttwk of Dreee Good, Embroid- tXi eri-i, Kid and Cloth Hocte it Klippenv and f hin warn, (iilt Seta of China, 44 piece, from $13,50 to $&1.(HJ. april g( '54 tf. J. M 'yE." nit. J. iti. pmxi5, HAVING perminently 'ted In tlih place, offers hii professional ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 6 July 1855
O Olnbsi-ille Slji'Wtlt. " 11. W. THOMAS, EDITOR. TERM!) OF SUBSCRIPTION. i Aiw r..M.no If paid within six mnnths... ....... ;.,..'l,fiO If delayed Baltl the nef lb year, $3,00 FRIDAY., JULY 8, 1855. American. Ticket. voa Boretrfnn,' HON. MEREDITH V. O ENTRY, r BcJford County. GEN. F. K. 20LL1COFFEIW of Csvidson. FOE SENATE, ' CO!.: E. B. OIIEATJIA1TV of Robertson. MB 'LOATER, HERMAN COX, , of Datldsoa.- . roa EMi!tiTATirr M. D. DAVIE, of Montgomery. . '. it I amusing-to ee to what traits th nil-American ar drlvon, lo- trhv ri mk - cbow ,rln w V"1 U It ii iilf nafd, by some. ! K,mn party can uuimng toward checking1 the growth of foreign innuence, because the FedirapConet. autlon stand at right angles to iU cour and appose an lneupersblo barrier. And what is lliia obstacle r Why, the Const kutfon declares that, in the apportionment of Representative! and direct taxes, all free white persons shall be counted, andbirof"re. the foreigners csn not be excli-""1' 0(' lhat so Itnnr i - ... ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 6 July 1855
THEOHRONICLE 'kLl J-.. ..- -J ' L- ' . IDITSD ET AS ,, , ; ASSOCIATION OP "KNOW NOTHINGS." cca it us villi: i Jolt 6, 1855. Tut Firemen' CeLEBEArton. The ! bralinn of tlie Four;!.; by our FiremW wii one of the meet brilliant torn'oifle thaftve have wllnowed for many t day.' Thr Drfhtge Company" formed at the Lnguo-nouee, on Strawberry Alley, i8 o'clock "t'',Egle Company" on the square "m no'' fi.. nt.,.. mmiered ahr-l forty men, drVd i. n.-fc .,k.ta. whr Pnta,' Wliit"1,lrt. nd gled p. T- X0;1 tbut fifty atrcnj, tho ' beinj ' IMle men r" Ta blue. Both'eh' wN.uillr decor, .ted wlf flow.! Th, M. I,., a plaiforip' '' ol H brake, which ?'eatly eerpe"' end" otherwise ornamented, .! up6n V r seated two little ousters and r . ...... . . . L a counle misses io matcn. ire "Frankl" Hoae Co." mere out with tho Ddl Wg0) rid had' their carriage verjr latllly dee eradV iht) Esglo'engine waa aurmounted by a plat. frm about fire feet square, and evnr this waa a beautiful canopy, atipported at tho co...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 6 July 1855
1 Tiara- or tri Amikicar Putt W publish to dy an officii! op of Ihd platfoim of the ri.llsIe!uhi Americas convsuSna; fLATFORM AND PRINCIPLES. Li 1 Tht scknowledirewnl of that A'-i,'.h!y Bel'if bo rule Sfer tb Universe pr-. sides over tlit coon 'II 'f wiio con iSucts the sffulrs of ii)-H.Ttii vH', In every step by wMi'h wn have advanced u the chiracier ol an Independent nation, ha, (liaiiiiguigliaiik. by tomo lkri of Prnvidsiitl.il (ency. J I TiiO Cultivation ami levelupinrnt or e entlrrrant of prnlonnJIjT Inie.iss? 4.insrieaii feeling; of pisslunate attachment to mir coun try, i hiitury, at.d It Institutions; of admira tion for the purer day of our nut kiival palst cner; of veneration fot the heroism thu pre cipitated our revolution; and; of emulation of the virtue, wtadutn, and patriotism that rraines) smi? ConRtrtutlon aud ft rat successfully applied lis provisions'. II I. -The maintenance of the union of these Unit, d State aa the piraruount political good; or, to us the language...