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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 October 1857

V. .1. 1 A - f v J (J '. i: , S t a- ii'.-'' 'voLtjMS.r il: .;,IIIE.'OJUtO,rlCLE. ntw 't ; , . ,- 11 ',' .i . 1 ' --it i . ' . f, JVtnted 1 Wpefy o n doblo'tnedinin btet every ."irldX naming, ijn 7 1-5 rtt.t' hh bleY": ;a grant, i 2 Per annuin, in ady attcfe. ,. JEB.M3 . Of, AD. 1U 7i Yon ONK SqUARK OF TWELVB LINE. ot i If.as, Two Insertion 1,50 iaree monuta o,uu Three Innnrtlafta .One nonth , , iS,00 :SHmotlth 9,00 Twelv montha - jla,UU l.'T if. i - it if , . I..", .l" 'i .lf. " It was lato' Jij; (.luster row of girls 'and loyi tlio7 Afternoon. " A' long 4 i 1 ! j t.- EirlS ailU t)OYB '3XO0U in a reguiur lind before their Icucherjn the UtIW'red eoJiooi-Vousci ; reciting'tiiclr spelling Iqsspfl, VhHc tho! Remainder f tHo: ;pnpilB-; fidget ted in thcirVcttts," piled and ro-piled tfcoir boolcs on "their deska, and" cast rcstls,. eager clnnccs out at the-open door vnd then ateirjtoVWPr.?6??!? u nearly time for dismissal, nd weary' of a Xongaftordpn'ij pJ)Tir)Mcht; !ie cVildron' ould . ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 October 1857

44 v. r $lje tflcirkomllc CljronuU. JL. vTTnOMAfl. EMtor. , ' ' J.8. NFBLETTJf PWilw-' J. A. GRANT, (DILiAJEESyinLilLIS : :; 1, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 80, 1657. OHIce, over Wm. IK Brrarlj's Store. ' UTAll emmanl'lloaa moat be addrocoed to the Editor. Dullness letter to the publUhere. tXAdvertleementa matt bo handed In 0e day before publication, of they will be let over. JK2T GmmwniWibii nul fce handed in noon on Thursday, orthy will be left over. TnirriiER are we tending ? . There can be no sacoemFul denial of the assertion, that the test of good government is the Btahlo prosperity of the peoplo ntl their progressive improvement in morality and intelligence. It matters not how per fect may be the theory of the government, if its administration does not Teduce that theory to praotice the ends contemplated by its authors cannot be attained. And aa even a despotism may be fiiaJe tolerable by a wise ruler, so the freest government may become an intolerable despotism of a corrupt majority over ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 October 1857

LOCAL ITEMS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1857. 13T ChrtnUU Ofiict ceer W II. Bryarlf't Stort-xt - Improvement. 7 greet our reader Ihii morning wita aa improved tod ioma watt tnlarged tbeet. W think the let ter constituting the present heading of our paper, plain and rerj neat one which can Vo read at a mere glance ; the enlarge ment eomista in an- addition of one Inch and a half to soren, and one inch to the other twenty-one colnmna which enables us to give one column and a half more reading matter, yet retaining the same tied blank sheet of paper. We intend making other improvements, if the patron age we may receive will justify it. ' In pro portion to the patronage, so will the im provement bo. m v , ... f Till Literary Annexation of this city, have received a letter from Turk Benjamin, of New York, accepting their invitation to leoture in this city, Mr. Benjamin is ma king his way westward, and will be hero about the last of next month, or the first of December.'- Notice of time &e.,...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 October 1857

i r ' e 1 (l(Ut-1rF:NTS WANTED, either La. VA'lUu Jdba of dcnl'smelt. Ill every town nri countv mi Hi (l.niled StHtes, to engege In genteel business) by wliluh they can make from $l,WflO to 2,000 a yrar For particular at drees, . Jl"fcVr 151, Philadelphia, Pa. Aogl-t-'57-3m . ., ., Hellaol pes, A mbrotj pes, Spcrco IF yoa wiah to get a Rood and lusting likeness call at .ittCCvrmaC A Cn. Sky and SWe- ghtDagnTreaGaHery west side of the Sqitnre, above' (ha Democratic K ending Room, the only place where that new and beautllul style of picture, the Melnliiotvoe, ia token they having purchased the right. Give them a call,.'examlne theft varloua etylea, and then judge for yourselves. Ambro ype. pnl In I'iua and -Lockets with the greatest earel .KTArobrotvpe 1aken for $1 60. IT Ciarkille. Dw'.S, 'Sfitf ' ! .'.'. .,., OLDAIIM -ri-TTUS & IC) FOR WARD I Nit A' ft D ' CO,WM&Sf0 V" M E;R C H A N T Si' h . TRICK'S LANPING, TENNESSEE, Bep H'55 tf STARTLING -DISCLOSURE! TV O YANCEr Q f"or V...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 November 1857

4. : ; .OMTOOr. 1:1 'VII t . . - xi i l - ' : j- ii t i ... . i "' V i' r .1 . . !,t'.4 111 Si-At lUt'll ,' ,t-:--lVt 'tlii i-.'l-IW. r.'fii li r ,H - ! 1. 1 . . I -V, If) 1 k'i ? . i. i ! -. ' ut I'fi) I-H - if It.- ,i .,u; .1! r.U ,,1 s-U 3' 0 I -i NUMBER. .52. t 1 Ji the chronicle; ; printed Weekly on double-medlam ihert evtry f rlday morning, by , NEBUETT GRANT,'r:, 1 1- TERMS Of THE PAPER, ,'n,,..j i JPer ' annum, in advance. 2 .: ;; terms op advertising. notiABBor TWELtB llEt ell LHP On Iniertton Two monthi f."0 Two lnertloiii 1,50 Tbree monlhi ' 5,00 l Three pertio . On montli, 2,00 3,50 Eixmontba 9,00 Twelve month 15,00 LIFE ASSURANCE. ') BT-JOUS NEAL.' ! V- ' AHl ! ttat yon? tow do you feel .. how tho wether f j . , ...;t, , . i ; I'tJghuglit a damp cold ;dj'y lo7e i uelilV c '. n. . i ! , ; . i , -" ,fA wliatT' Btotplnff on her way toward ' him, with 'out'stretlied' arms,1, and "a look 1 K' ' ' ' "v i 1 or BOrrowiui asionuuiniKui.. , . . , , - "Well what's the matter now?"...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 November 1857

SI)C (Oarkstrille l)rtrn.tlc. R. W, THOMAS, EttUt. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6, 1857. Office, OTer Win. H, Brjaiij'g Store. UTAH itommunfcaHerni mart be addressed to the Editor. Business letters to the publisher. ' tT Advertisement most bo handed In tlio day later pesbffcotlvii, or they will bo let OTer. JgSP Communication mutt be handed in by noon on Thttrntay, or they will be left over. A LIB WELL STUCK TO. The continued effort of locofoco neets to fasten upon the American party the odium of the election riots which have oo- curred in many of our cities, would excite contempt, were it not that those efforts wear a hue more like crime than mere political trickery. It is an attempt to ar ray the poor against the rich, the Ignorant against the enlightened, the dishonest against the honest, and the foreigner against the native ; and every man who makes such an effort, is an enemy to his country, and deserves the execration of all good men. But criminal as such conduct is, under any aspect, it i...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 November 1857

LOCAL ITEMS. 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 ju...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 November 1857

4 V- I Uclala'ofjpcs, Ambro.jpts, Spcrco- :$!::'; types 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 MERCHANTS, TRICE'S LANDING, TENNESSEE, 8p lflS-lf i . STARTLING ' DISCLOSURE! 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 toClarksvlll...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 November 1857

THE CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly en double-tnedtam sheet every , Friday morning, by ; ;; NEBLETJ & GRANT, ; Publishers and Proprietors. V. ,' ,f TERMS OF TDK TAPER, : $2 ; Per annum," in advance. 1. A TERMS , OF ADVERTISING. fOllONf,' 8Q0AEX0F TWELTS LINES OK Its, "One Insertion Two Insertions , Three Insertions One mouth ' Two months Tbree months . Six months Twelve monthi $4,50 6,00 9,00 15,00 , 1,50 2,(M) ,2,50 MISCELLANY. ,,,,,, . From the Nashville Banner. OKJf. W.'T. HASKELL. , Haskell in the Lunatio Asylum! One cf the brightest geniuses that have dawn ed upon this ago, a melancholy wreck and ruin) -; The most gifted and eloquent tongue in Americ&Vgivlng utterance to tho unmeaning gibbering of the raving manT aol A man whom nature has fitted to associate with tho greatest intellects of the world, and to adorn the most brilliant circles of society, an inmate of the mad man's cell, with the most lost and wretch ed of the sons of humanity for his com panions 1 When' the repo...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 November 1857

LOCAL ITEIY1S. NEBLETT & OR A NT, Local r-ttors. . . . - FRI1)A NO VKM BER. 13, IS.',. 13 ChnrnkU Office rrr IV . Brjarlg' Store, jji JL -. . . . ... Our Paper. This is tho first number of the ninth volume, under the present editorship, or now Bcrics, and the first number of tho twenty-socond volumo- dating from the commencement of the Chronicle in October, 183C. Wo thus al ludo to tho history of our paper to show tho length of time it has been in success ful operation, and that it is no more ex periment, but a permanent establishment, whose past, may well inspire confidence in its future stability. And when we take into consideration the great commercial importance of Clarksvillo, and the wealth of the surrounding country, with tho fact that both aro rapidly increasing, we may well indulge the hope that the Chronicle will keep even pace, iu prosperity, with the progress of tho varied interests of town and country. And when it is remembered, too, that the importance of a town is...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 November 1857

(Eljc (glarkstriUc Cljronldc. R. W. THOMAS, Editor. ' J. A. GRANT, J ' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1S57. Office, oyer Wm. II. Brjarly's Store ITAIl communications mint be addressed to the Editor. Business letters to the publishers. .' KFAdverthwmem' mint he banded in tlia day before publication, or they will be If 1 over. - ' SQy Commwiicationt ni . lx hanb;l in ly noon on Thurtihty, or thry r i' 6f Uft over. T11UE AS PREACHING. ' The Spirit of the lime, alluding to the frequency of crime, says this country will soon surpass the nations of the Old "World, in the number of assassins and desperadoes. This is truo, and there is an obvious reason why it should bo so. Tho United States, like all other countries, numbers amongst its pative citizens, ft considerable propor tion of men whose education,' associations, necessities, and natural proclivities fit them for the perpetration of all manner of crime. But, unlike all other countries, we frcely receive and foolishly invest Svith the rights of...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 November 1857

O JWHIJJM' IIP- IHIllimillM Hclalaoljpcj, Ambroljpts, Sperco- If yon wish to get a pood and lasting likeness all at Wflornm Ac o.' Sky and Side- Igbt Daguerrea Gallery . went side of Ilia ?qure. hov (ha Democratic Beading Koom, the ooly place where, that ow and beaulllulityUof picture, th Malnlootypa, ii taken--they having pnrchaeed th right. Glv tbatn a call, aiamlna tbslr Tarlooa style, and then judge for yourselves. Atnbro ys. pnt In Flua and Locketa with tba raataat aara CTAmbrotype tnken for il 60. Clark-vllle, ne.V56tf OLDAHM, riTTUS & CO., Successor to Porter Jjr SmM rORWARDtS'a AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, TRICE'S LANDING, TEN NESS RE, SpM'J5 tf STARTLING . DISCLOSURE! 0- VANCE, a the Public wan, a ehort time since dronlitt : ep a aharp look out has at length beta fonnd. a proof about him of all thechar gea which wei ,, preferred against him. The charge against him of having opened tha mint complete beat and cheapest atock of Drugs, Medcinea 4.e. var brought to Clarkevllle,...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 November 1857

ar ..-.'."-. .- .'."- & i.p u -f - untm' v i3rtf."'-'.w?vs.rjr -' ..-. i t- 1 t j .. t'.f 1 ' 1 ' ' - "' . y : . - , I . . , . 1 LU'JlSJl'.J'lgU L. m 1 I I k f li 1 in n . 1 ! y 111 i,tl .... ii.i,.liiui,.y.l..,LU.-..i.i mniBiiiiii.j,.,.. , w,,.,, j ,.,, w , ,JU, , am .,: I ' 1 l ' : r. .''I .1 : i ::. VOLUME; d:-;:, : S sH7" - f r : ' v:' OLAllKSVILLi', . TENN.', ; FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1857. I U 1 I.J V 1,1 1 - '-, 1 ' t . - -"x r -m 1 11 j :.. r, I - : J-,- . 7 ) 1 ...... . , T H E C H E 0 N'l C I E j . . i't is: , -. . i, ' A 1 i " PrlnUd Weelky oa dubIo-miluiinbet eTry JTtlday naorntiif, hf.U a i.'-- ! r I . . ; tNEBLETT GRANT,' v t'i'PUihitk 'and J't-opriitori.? : ; ft.;'lft ' " i 1 ' )."(, I ; .;, TERMS or THK FAWB,-'- '' j 02 Per anntun, in advance. ,,,, . 1 1 ' Fl . "' j " TERM3 OF ADVERTISING. ' ' roxow qu.iitB pr, twei.i line, oii ieiB. mi lhirtW Two iPMrtlDM'- Thre loiertloua Co u'oullr 1.0 2.00 Two montht Tkte mointht ' Sit niontlit TweT Bioolhf 4.50 ' 4,00 . . 9,00 ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 November 1857

v R. VV. nUOSrAS, ;rfior. .'J J. A. WRANT, rw,r FRIDAY, NOVEMBER !!t, 1857. 02ce, over Ybi. II, Bryarlv'ii Store. IXAII eoromunleallons mint be addressed to tin Editor., Bullae! Utter to tin publishers. - ( IVAdverllsements mint be handed hi tho day before publication, er they wHl be te't over. t(gmGmmunieatitni must he handed in ly nooit 01 ThnrtJ"yt or they Kill le l.l over, 1.1' ' 1 " ' --' - LOCOFOCO USURPATIONS. James Buchanan, at the late election !n Washington city, ordered ont part or tha Tegular army to BtipprcM a riot, am! in direct violation of the Constitution. Gov. Ligon lately dorlarc'l '.Baltimore uinler martial law, and orJorwl out the militia, without a dciuaml from the Mayor, in tho absence of any neocmnity for'fiuclt high handed measures, and in contravention of the authority vested in tho Mayor. And gizzard-foot, cho-thin Wise was fuol enough to send thrco thousand muskets to Gov. Ligon when ho has not the shadow of au thority for sending any portion of the de fe...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 November 1857

LOCAL BTEflS. ' NEBLfiTT A. GtlVANT, W TJiiort. . .FRIDAY, NOVEMPKII 20, TR57. ' ify Chronicle Orfcc ticrW "H.'ttriartft Store. J j : Wnn.t we were panning down tlie street, last Sunday morning, opposite tbe Fost Office, our attention waa middcnly culled to tho utartlJnff fact, that one of O. W. Ilcrring'B horse, in a buggy, was advan cing down Franklin Street towards tbe Pnblic Sqnare, at a fearful rate, running away with tho buggy, and evidently be yond tho controll of tho driver. For awhile, the paoo was tremendous, but tho driver displayed admirablo coolness and Bclf-possossion, bracing himself in his seat, and holding tho reins with a fine hand, to bo ready to avail himself of any advan tage that might present itself. IIow we wished for a good pistol or riflo to stop tho career of that mad and infuriated animal, for in a straight course, not more than ono hundred yards before him, was the abrupt blnff that terminates Franklin Street, and opens by the Franklin Houso, down to the...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 November 1857

1 , (-a- .; v " NEW SADDLEEY "A"NDr . Harness Establishment, JX9T OPENED UNDER. FOWLER'S HAIL. 3IOOKS ABOVE TUE tost office; W'F. huT opened andare now n anufi cturinr. every rtiel In (;K ' r.thS .ddllne Harness bit. Inrae: 5"k -in tli.- we aii. and tha workmen we employ, we acknowledge no super iors, we luVIUall l0imaml examine the work ben imds fur the-naelves, and If taste, beauty turabiifcy ifld'hirles art any. inducement ti purchasers, wa are aura of iheir patrounge. Ws, sail for fash oWr.. ' -r "i . : - - . -.. I, J.M.'CLASCOCK, Agent.) Juaa 5, 57 tf. y CH A NCERV sAt.fi C- LAND. . finrrel' A . Hancock ' a J. lt.'and O. W. Hard. In pursuance of an order nrnda In lliia oauaa at the October term ; lri57, of the Chan'ery cenrlst Clarkaville, I will sell: to lira hiprtt Mfl,er, at I ha court house In Tlarksville. on Monday, tha . 7th day of December nest, 230 acrnt of l and, man tiousd In the plesHlnpe, lying near Palmyra a very fair tract of In nd , oue-hr if cleared sudsold ford...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 November 1857

;:;1 LjI: .l l . ji!ilLJL. !LL L:l J ''I'lll'' 'I'll! "' Ll ' " 'JL-Lli!'' ' Llij VOLUME 9. , CLABK.SYILLE, TEM., FIlIDAY; NOVEMBER 27, 1857. NUMBER 3. THE CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly on double-medium aheetevery Friday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, v Publithcrtyand Propritor$. " 'TERMS OF THg PAPIR, $2 Per annua, ia advance. f : .:.' ' ' . : TERMS OF ADVERTISING.. - TOROXI SgUASI of tweltS 'lines 'ot LESS, , One insertion , Two insertion Three Insertion On mouth 1,01 Two monthi .- ,' l,.r0 Tare month '.2,00 Six month 8,50 Twelro month $4.50 5,00 9,00 15,00 -miscellany; : From Peieifon'a Magazine.. FIVE MINUTES TOO LATE,' :-. ' BY A, L. OTIS. , , . "My clear '.Ada,' have you posted (hat letter?" my aunt askod me. ' ' 1 "No," not yet. I will, , by-and bye. ' I don't feci like going now, The foreign 1 wail docs not close until scYen." "It loots like a thunder-atom, and then you can't go." "' - This was all my aunt said, and left the v .- - - ' -room, r i My cousin Randolph sat at his ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 November 1857

. ' r 1 . . ft, W. THOMAS Editor. ' J. O. nr.ltl.r.l pA7,J.. t A avi '! 1 . oil ABissmLiLB r r v. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1857. . Office, orcr Wnu n, 'Brjarlj's Store. UTAll mrnutlciiUons miirt be adMresaed io the , Editor. Bnineis l!?T to tho frnbHsherav- itTAdverthwrnenU must b banded la tli day before paMicaliea, or they will be let over. , ' tdfr Gimmnn'cat'oni mvi be fianded tn by noon on Thursday, brihry mllbe Jeftwcr. '"'.TUB CATJSK THE REMEDY, T" Onb might be fttousod If there were not renson to bo indignant at the cpol.im rjudencewith. winch locofooos speculate upon the causes ol and ,the( rcmcuy.ior. t the existing monetary crisis, puch Uis asters are always tho result of mismanage ment. and, in this, jnstapco, the evil enn 1)8 traced, with unerring ccrtninty( to the policy of the locofoco- party. ( They say .overtrading is tho cause. Jf bo, who low- " ered tho tariff, and under, whoso State and Federal polioy has homo manufacturo been 'curtailed, and Bank curronoy inflated ?...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 November 1857

LOCAL ITEIV3S. ; N RIU.I5TT & GRANT, lcl Elaor. F1UDAY, NOVKMBKlt 27, 18."7. PSr.ClsonuU Ojju o'tt W J;.iiryr!f'$ Store, ' ."tT Wr notice by the Clur'. v:U (Tcnii ) Chrou lclo, that our old friend J. S. Nkbi.ktt, Inn become one of tlx proprietors and pub idlers of t'lat pa per. We know not how the pnperhs heretofore prospered, hut from what we know of "Neb," If lie doe not make It a good paper, it will b; fur the ronton that the people i;o not rightly appreciate his Horti, and come forward with that "niitorial bU" Which l to necessary tJ the right development of any undertaking, more especially that of a good newinuner. the seemim? onininn of mnnv to the contraiy notwllhatHndnig.it Is yet clearly d-rnou. atrated, that money ii one of the rrquUltti to the publishing business i and if tin cituena waut a paper well got up, they must support it well. If the people of Clarkavilk- do thia with the Chroni cle, we can assure them that they will get more than the value of th ir money, fo...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 November 1857

NEW SADDLERY AND Harness1' Establishment, JlST OPENS!) UNDKIt F0WLEH'S HALL, 3 HOOKS ABOVE THE -TOST OFFICE. WE have opened mil ra now li.anufi rtnrlng, every article In klh Huddling A. -Hamas ttuilncas; in the materials we use, and the workmen we employ, we acknowledge no taper- .in, & we Invite all to com and examine the work when made Tor themselves, and If tnata, beauty dnnhiilty and low price are any Inducement to purchasers, we are sure of their patrouage. W?, at'll for caili oU'.y. J. M. GLASCOCK, Agent. June 5, '57 If. CHANCERY SALE OF LAND. . Burrel A Hancock vi J. II. end O. W. Horn. Iu pursuance of an order made .in tlua cause at the October term. 1857. of the Chancery cenrt at r.l.rkuville. I will ell. to the lug it bidder, at t ie eonrt houie In larksv.il-. on Monday, the 7 lt day of December next, 2:10 acres of Land, men tion! In the pleadings, lying near Palmyra a very fair tract of laml, one-hrU cleared and o!d for division. Terms 1 and 2 yearn credit, with Inter...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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