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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 June 1868

To the Ci'tWa of Clarksville and OOO Surrounding Country ' ' ; WOTTLD BTATR TWAT 1 JtAVt JfST rnuirni'ii ironi me rjciern riiwn Willi a ire stock of the taut hrnmlof French Calf Pkius. together with a vers lurcn Mnrk of material of nry kind for manufacturing QOOD BOOT AND SnOES, vf the latent stylea, nTI f wtileh I lioafcht for crwh, which enable mo to make nil kinds of ffootaamt HIinennttTvatly reduce! Iirlcee. A Inrffo atoelc of niwla wnrk on lend, wlileu I warrant, at greatly mlucttl price. . All luendliuj done with aentsMM and dls pnteh. Willi many thank fnr the Ilhrrnl pntron :, for manyyeara, nf my oUI friend ami ruHliiiiirra, I 11111 mxpclfH4ly solicit, a con tjuuunoe of the same. Boots and Shoes. Oontlemen reslilln'ln tha country, ly carefully examining the foilowliiKcnta, ran tiikfl their own Incnaure. nnrl acncl to the ilil anil well known Hoot nml frioe Htaml of John Ulck,VK.HIil l'ulllvrkiuare,C'larlut Ulu, 1'uiiuoMce, wln-na COOD FIT WILL BE til ARUTEED, If properly tak...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 July 1868

deas tJ RATES OF ADVERTISING tn lines ot lea, toM Ifonpmtil, ocnuUiltit xo. squab). 1 xto 1 ao MO MO II MO 1 Hqutra , 31 ftoluaro..H 8 Hqnares Column...,., 2 ('(iiuinii... y. (uiuiiia..ii "J Column , S 00 8 Oil 10 00 12 00 16 on oo 00 11 oo 15 110 ao oo JR 00 15 (10 46 (10 IK) Jill 16 OA an mi 8500 SO Oil M (10 N ( 06 (10 lim i on 10 OU 1U i on m on Si 21 Ml 16 tin m on m oo w m HI HI ' To Advertisers BV FarUea advertising br contract for a given tlniH, will tsjconliiied to t heir ' ) mate buglne; anything outside of tills Wlllbechurged for separately. Advertisers, fur a specified tlmo, ex ceeding three month, Will itavcthe privi lege of renewing thrlr advertisement ouarterlys all extra euangca will be charged for. . w Iiouble-column advertisement will be charged one-third mora than regular rate for lnglo columns. r Funeral INot.cc, OMtnarles. or any ether matter subserving private Interest, will ho oharged for. . e- Notice In lnral and special Colunu are malum of special contract. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 July 1868

J..!.lLllL-7 L... " . ! ' .. ' .iiiyorrrerlvnd th.fi11nwlni; telegram frivm Washii.gUiti : .WAnnirtiiron, l,t?,4 Kcpteinbqr 2-t Vml1k'j4 iaiuill .if IIiIm lint tl.u liann M. eel vob. ...... hot....... ...... ....... i.i.n. ... . . i. - Tlui following Instructions have I by (leticrn ttniit.i Major Ucne-j ml Thomas' Umuvnip. KoniiirkT. ! The uihi-, city attorney, and president i (IrclllIMI of liy trU-llll, WhoHC Ctlityilltf Of III i:il.y o.,,leil of 1xIivH1 - I'""" ' l.1.i Wll 1 lt.?lPll to liiHt, Doci'mlier great An .f collisions at tin- time of !, i1 , ' "Wi1"6'1 inHs jjociiuotr. charier election, twenty eighth, cfli). ' i l nttaeli tli comments of tlio etl In N-.cahslll.i to-morrow, to remain nntll I Uor of tlio (InTon-lcIe,. (ag they,, life r.?lvM:oT;.,.?.,t uir- vr,rM i,a sr.?;! ! niict,) nu . tuumcution of thin pose, wler J Uciii there finni tin' moet con- Citrtl 1 Vcnlmt point lu yorTr oomin.'iud. "Jaiw ami Onlrr llrbr'm. No licttor Thri.ilHlitry cannot setup to lM-tlioJu.l.rri...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 July 1868

THE CIIRONf 3Ll! 3. A, GRANT, j RATKfl Or ADVEHTIHIKG. On dollar pw square of ton linen or low. CI.AIlKHViLIiK, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 108. 1 IIAII.IIOAD TIMR TAIll.t.. Trains H ulh.S.W A. M. and 0.10 r. M. Trulns North '.'i A. Jf. nnd T.00 P. M. The valuable speech of Mr. Uollatlnynnil I lie communication of our traveling local leijiiirlnu more space than anticipated, t hides much matter of both a local and u-ciieral character. Loicr.bn Thursday mornliiK. In or near the Market liouso, n pocket-book contain ing some twenty dollara, a receipt and some other paper. Tlie flndnr will be re wardMl by leaving it at thla office. The I.aihkm' rAiit-, for July, lnw been iccelved.anil wo arc pleased to find It tilled v. 1th a rholce selection of Interesting mat t..r such as Is calculated to elevate as well i lntervHU The engraving. "The wife of l.unynh Interceding for hl release from 1'rison," Is one of the most finished we have sOen anywhere. . The Fourth. For the flint time in eight years the tlln...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 July 1868

To the Citizens of Clarksville tttd Surrounding Country. r; wotrLD wtatr that i have j-tcst I rvttn mrn l Kkliis, I fi.nrni-fiiriFiniiivri4Mibprncil.inv Willi II i mock 01 me neat nritnd of Kreneh tall s. loacuier Willi n vcrv lanra Mnrl of material of every kind for manufacturing GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, j of the lntost stylea, rj of which I hnnirht for nuh, whkh enables me to make nil kind of Hoots ni Mhoe at great ly reduced J-rloos. A large stock of nirule work on in ml, which I warrant, at greatly reduced price. All uiandliig done with neatness and dis patch. With many thntiks fnrth liberal patron age, for ninny yearn, of my old friends and customer, I nint respectfully solicit a cou tluuance of thu name. Boots and Shoes. (ientleincn resldlnKtln the country, hy carefully examining the followlliKcotx, ran takethclrnwn measure, and sent! to lite old and well known Iloot. andHhneHtnnd of J. .1111 kick, wtviHinel"ui.llcHiUttro,tUik vlllu, Xennewtco, when a, GOOD FIT WILL BE Gl'ARANTRF...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 July 1868

RATES OF ADVERTISING. Tea laws or less, oJ Xnnparell, emsMiir . ' ' " a Square. KO. SQUARES. 1 Mt 2 MO 3 MO 8 MO 13 MO 1 Hiimrc 2 5o 4 fin on ft no 15 00 ii Hs.nnriM... 5 on 8 IK) 10 mi 13 (m 20 iki 3 Hi.iinres 8 mi 10 mi 12 (m 15 no s no u (. (.iiiiini id mi 12 mi i'i no 2 on no mi ''2 C olumn. 12 no i'i no 20 on i' on 8" no Column If on 17 on Vt im : m bo no 'J Column 2." IKI it mi :is M) IKI ft" j Column to on v mi Mi mum un tn To Advertisers. Parties ixlvciilKlnn liy contract, for ft Klwn time, will bee.. mined to their JJ mule business; iinytlilnK outside of tbls will tiecliiiriosl ror separately, i Ailvi-rliM-i-h, for speclfleo time, ex rwlliitliri months, will linvothii prlvl leii.i i,t reiiewluK tln-lr advertisements VmirN-rly; all extra t'liangca will lie clmrireil for. . , . Ktr iKiniilc-roInmn advertisements will Ihi churned oiic-IMIr l mora tliun regular mil'" for ulnule columns. - Funeral Notice, Obituaries, or any oilier matter ulservlng private. Interest, will Itechan...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 July 1868

TILE CHRONICLE , it. vr. thomah, EnrroK. A a. NKiarrr. J. a, onANi. ' Fl'BMHtldta AMB PIWl-MtTOluC JTriw: 77irf JVillim prr antrum In urfinnrr. Olur Krsvillf, Tciin.i 1711DAY, ..JULvro, iso8. BftiTJuht licfore going to press yen tcnli y ovi-iiing wo received tlio fol lowliitf dispatch t Nkw Yohk, July 0, 1RCS. Jlornllo Seymour, of Sow York, Jinn received tlio nomination for I'ich lilent. The j'unilioton men M-ent over fn lilm to-diiy niul ho wits ncniiimtoil by ucthinitithm. Tub Pi.atfohm. "We tuke plcn uro in laying before our renders;, to day, tlie Democratic riittform. It U m document which, wo think, will he readily endorsed by every truo pat riot, iml thnt thfj canilitlato who will MtanMMiimrcly upon It, will reeelvo the iiiinost Mipport of every nuui who nvmt Ms enimtry nl Its origi nal xyHtem of govcrnineiit. We have no room for comment nor does it neoil nny. . Tim finnneiul eonditlon of thin frUkto is eroaling omo excitement; but no aurpridu Is expressed that bankruptcy hhot...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 July 1868

TOE; CHRONICLE J K NEUMCTT,-, -J. "Ar AlvANT, J ' ATrs or AfivrnriHfsfi. i (inn rlollar per Wiutiri oT toft lift nr less. rliXrtKsVILI.K, Frtn).vf, Jff.Yift, lw.TR.0t produced the rattles, thirteen --; Jl.tIL.UOAD TI.YIK TAIII.E.-Train Hjnth,!I.U A. K. mid 0.16 P.M. Trains ortH 8,41 A. H. nnd 7.1 P. M. A iBt'rUPTitN of the trip to New York, by one of our local fraternity, will ojipcnr next week. i ' ...... mm - Tim oVmkahiim Association. The momlKird f the Gymnasium Association have been vigorously at Murk fir some time past preparing to : eight hours, resting an hour on the bjlve another one of their rccAp-oA cUibelng nn avenige of five miles cnterlal.iincnts, wlikli is now an-! iiountol for next Tuesday evening, Hlh lint., at Academy Hall, on which' occasion will lie presented the Hpu!af drama of "The People's Lawyer" and the Hide-splitting farce of "More Blunders than One." From l)w amount of practice undergone, we presume that all the participants are well up In their parts, and...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 July 1868

EVERYTHING nib w: Spring and Summer GOODS t We have just opened an entirely new stock of Spring and Summer Goods, pur chased early, at low prices. Our stock of AND . Bleached Domestics Ii very large, and nil bought before the advance. -Our- Are horn the best makers in the United Slates (no-called),, and if you want a shoe to lit a Southern lady right, call ou us. Our Stock of IRISH HffiS, TH1TB GOODS, Luces, Etc., Are very Pretty. Our Brussels and Ingrain Arc Pretty, Good, and Cheap. Spun. Cotton and Heavy Brown Sheetings Are from the best Factory In Tennessee.' In a word, our stock Is complete, and w ill be kept so by continued additions. Prices. As to prices, J. M. RICE, the purchaser of these goods, and the. regulator of prices in this house, has never been undersold yet and docs not intend to be. They were bought exclusively for CASH! And being sold for the lame, we are able to sell them at Retail or Wholesale, As low as they can bo taught In Louisville or Nash il'e. J. IYT. RIC...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 July 1868

RATES OF ADVERTISING. . Ttn Untt or U-m, sofM Nonpareil, eonttlltilc a Brpiare. no. sqcaiik. 1 MO 2 MO I MO 6 MO 12 MO 1 Sqnnre if MijuHPfH it SJoimrcs H ilit mil ; Culiimn 'J Column Column 1 Column 3 H 5 111 4 AO mi! no 00 1(2 (HI II mi at ou v 00 n oo 20 (i w ou HO (HI ; on io mil S (m la (ml 12 i II) (in 12 (HI IC (in 2) 00 VI mi l " mi 15 Oil 17 (m ;n on ".1 mi J) (Kl1 z'i mil " mi M (HJ Mi (HJ no 4S Oil :to on in imiim no lift IMI To Advertisers. Parties advertising hv contract, for a given time, will heeonniicd to their li-nltl-mate hoitinc; anything outside of tills will bechnrKcd for separately. Advertisers, for it specified time, ex riM'dlnn three months, will have tlie privl Ickd of rcncwiiiK llii'lr ndvertlscmonl quarterly: all ixlra changes will lc churned for. " lKMible-coliimn advertisements will lit- churned oni'-tlilnl mora tliaii regular ris ior miiiiii,' coiuim,. I iiiiMiiii Notices, Obituaries, or any other mutter sulwcrvlng prlvute Interest, W HI lin dunged for. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 July 1868

THE CHRONICLE It. W. THOMAS, EDITOR J. B. Nr.llI.KTT. J. A. GRANT rviuxiiirrT c ruant, ri:ni,iHiimu! akd l'ltoiHirroiut. Trrmti Three Dollar prr annum in ariivme. Clurlc villi', Tciiu.l FMXiY.ZZZZZ3VLY 17, 1808. iron iii,icsiLi.Nrr OF TUB UNITED STATES: HORATIO SEYMOUR, FOlt VICE-PRESIDENT : FRANK P. BLAIR, OF .niSHOlMi. TIIK NATIONAL MM F.I Local self government t A white tnan'i country I One kind of money for rich and poor alike! Tub Now York Times say : It Is useless to Inmilre how this some what complicated null of reconstruction u wound up; tits Important cnneldera tlun of the moment In that, the great nil ! beginning to unwind. Certain Import Hnt result have been secured by the plan adopted. Impartial Miffrage, without dts tlni'tlnn of color. is an accomplished fart tieverto be nunulled. The loyal people of iimi raiuin m.ve owin kiwi ma loremost place, niu! It U with them that the great treaty nun ueon inaue. It 1 generally conceded that the "little villain," of the Times, 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. — 17 July 1868

' 1 1 . " i THE CHKONICLE J K NEBLKTT, Ijoeal liUtort, J. A. GRANT, NT, J . KATFS or AIVrRTIHI. One dollar per square of ten lines or ln, ILAnKSVIM.K, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1M8. RAILROAD TIME TABI.K. Tnlns Mouth, .3ftA..nnd0.1P.M. TntlusKorth tMt A. sr. and 7.00 P. M. Thanks to A. 8. Llvermoro, fuK!r inkiiduut of the MIhIiIi1 a"" TcniioHdce lUvilroiul for favor. At Cobt. The iioclnl attention of our render In culled to tlio notlfie sui alove. DarguIUH will bo oflered, and wo udvlxe nil to call at Rogers' hotucfurnlxlilnjr rmporlum, Franklin utrett, uciirtlie National Hotel. HTntXK by Liohtxiwo. Tjntlie Iflth lnnt., Mr. Thomas Durham, who Jived near Fort's Station, was stand fntr on theTence talking toa neighbor, tilii-n lie "Was Htruek lead by light ning. The fluid struck blm In the right temple, pawiing down the right side and ont at his right heel into the earth. Mr. Durham was 17 yearsold, and was prniulf on of Mr. John Sad dler, of Robertson county. Tiik Dramatic Entertainment of 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. — 17 July 1868

EVERYTHING NJE Wt Spring and Summer GOODS t We have just opened an entirely new stock of Spring and Summer Goods, pur chased early, at low prices. Our stock of AND Bleached Domestics Is rcrjr large, and all bought before the advance. -Our- Are from Hie bost makers In the United States (so-culled),, find if you want a shoe to lit a Southern Jady right, cull on us. Our Stock of IRISH UMS, WHITE GOODS, LaccH, JZtc, Are very Tretty, Our Brussels ami Ingrain CARPETS Arc Pretty, Good, and Cheap. Our Spun Cotton and Heavy Brown Sheetings Are from the best Factory In Tennessee. In a word, our stock is complete, and will bo kept so by continued additions. rices. As to prices, J. M. RICH, tiie purchaser of these goods, and the regulator of price In this house, hits never lcou undersold yet and does not intend to be. They were bought exclusively for C A H II 1 And being sold for the satuo, we are aide to ell them at Retail or Wholesale, As low as they ran be bought in Louisville or Nashville. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 July 1868

RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ttn 11 rut er less, toUd Nonpar!!, eomiUute a ftpiare. MO. aqVAItKh. 1 MO 2 MO S Mb 6kb 12 MO 1 (square il H(inare 8 H'imirrN y. Column XI Column....... ! Column, JJ i.'nluniu....... dijnmn.. 3 1 5 (Ml 4 W 00 flO 12 00 l 00 20 00 in oo 114 III) V) on an mi IS on 20 (III 2ft 00 80 1)0 M 01) AO Oil on 10 11 oa IS no 17 oo HI) Oil V, no 10 on 11 Oil It (II) 20 (m lit Oil .15 mi to mi A 1 10 (HI 12 mi1 15 0(1 25 Oi) mi mi1 5 OH 1i no To Advertisers. an- Parties advertising by eontrset, Tor a KIvhii time, will hftfonflned lo tlielr legiti mate Imutniiui; anything- outside or Uil will he nluirifed for separately. aw Advorilsera, for a siss-ifled time, ex ceeding three inontliH, will have the privl-I.-ko of renewing thel1, advertisements quarterly! all extra channel will be cluu-Ked for. . ' . lxnililo-eoliimn advertisement will be charged one-third more tliau regular luti'H for single column. Funeral Notice, Obituaries, or any other matter sulmerving prlvute Interest...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 July 1868

THE CIIltONICLE It. W. THOMAS, KDITOIv. t. M. NKII1.KTT. .1. A. llllAVr. l L nMSIILlLS AMI) riUll'ltliTOUS. 7VrM. ''ir-v ItiiV'ir it (mhhmi fit ntlvimcr. C'ltirl&Mville, Ti'ini.t FRIUAY,'.'!.7.'..'.'..'.7.'."..JULY 21, 1S08. ron lMMIHIDIONT OF TIIK UNITED STATES: HORATIO SEYMOUR, FOK VICE-rRESIDEXT : FRANK P. BLAIR, .vissoi nr. THE SlTlOJiALWSCtSi Local self government ! A white uiftn's country t One kind of money for rich and. poor alike TllK legal effect of the iateainnesty proclamation is lieing discussed ex teiiKiveiy, ami the important fact es tablished, by judicial decisions and the usages of all civilized govern ments, Is, that amnesty restores all offenders embraced within its provis ions to their legal Ktatus before the commission of the oli'onsc. This point Is ho clearly set tied that none will question it who are not resolved to do wrong in defiance of law. In this country, tho light of the Presi dent to pardon is a constitutional right, and the right of tho pardoned ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 July 1868

THE CttllONICLE , i i i. - - - - J ti. NKI1I.ETT,". : r Local hVilori. , J,A. On.VNT. 'j ..-. BATK ll ADVMTISINO. 'One dollar per aqnoro of ton line or Ipk. 'ct.ahkbvim.k, fiuday, jny ai, ww. "ii-in'-edi If not paid bene the :B.45 a. M.nc7.( f. m; 1st of Juntmry, ton per cent, will be 1- T' 1 - added, and If not paid luforo the roHT-omuK NoTi E.-Mr. Hexiimnr, our j,ropi'rty g advciiised for Halo, twen-r.t-ft.Mt.i , rciict- .to "tlfy nil P.r-j , HoimowlnKboxreiitthntriiilesMhcyiiayup ' . ,, , ., ly to-morrow evening their DoXi will lie Hectlon 13 provides that the Collec-li-oiitinued uh to t lii-in. l'ny your box tor nhtill give no tax-payer, who fulls rent. j under any or all of these poimltieH, a A Coiihkc-tiu.n'-Ih the publloa- receipt until the entire amount is tion of Judge IVflV-r's card last week, jlmi,I with whatever eoit may have tho types made him say-by tho rev j 'U'crued on tho saino. flh,f,:,nt,r votes of the l.eonle them- Hectlon 19 provides that In case w-lviu. when th...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 July 1868

EVERYTHING Spring and Summer GOODS ! We have just opened an entirely new stock of Spring and Summer Goods, pur chased early, at low prices. Our stock of AND Bleached Domestics Is very large, and nil bought before tbe advance. -Our- Aro from the best mnkcrs In the United Htntes (so-called),, and if you want a (hoe to lit a Southern lady right, call on us. Our Stock of 1MSII WHITE GOODS, Lucch, I2tc. Are very Pretty. Brussels and Ingrain caiipi:th . Arc Trcttj, Coorf. and Cheap. Our Spun Cotton and Heavy Brown Sheetings Are from the best Factory in Tennessee. In word, our stock is complete, and will bo kept so by continued additions. As to prior, J. M. HICK, the purchaser of fhc.-o good, and 111 rrgulntof of prices in this house, has never been undersold yet and does not intend to be. They were bought exclusively for C! -A. H II ! A n.l being sold for the same, we are able to sell them n Retail or Wholesale, As 1 nv as they can be bought In Louisville tr Xii'hvilie. J. 1YI. RICE Tende...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 31 July 1868

U'lLl RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ten low or teu, $nld WonparcU, eoiuUMt n Square. HO, BQUAltM, 1 MO 2 MO 3 MO 0 MO 13 MO 1 Hmiaro S Hiimrai.., a Hijuuros... V Column., C'lllllllll.. )l Column.., Column... I Column.,. 2 Mil A Ml 8 (Ml 4 60! 8 Wl 5 on 9 00 12 (III It (10 20 00 28 00 :iA 00 3 OU on ii If) 00 20 (10 2 on ;k) on m oo 60 no fti 00 Inn on 10 (mi 11 on l.) do 20 on i' on m do 40 on 10 (X 12 (H 10 HI Vi On ir, (Nil 2S (Ml :t(l ("I 15 00 17 0(1 .K) (10 ai on To Advertisers. Partlox advertising by contract, fof tfl fllvcn ttnie.will bacon fined f tlii-l r eg 11- juau) uuifinesn; anyi."1" - will bechara;ed for scparataly. - Advertisers, for a ''".ni Ji" coding thre months, wlfl have " ' l' v' l.Re of renuwlMK their ',Vrtl".n,.1UI luarferly ; nil extra chniifcca " LHI C4r nmlhlo-folumn 'vprt,"cn1p'!.f1'?;'" lie charged one-third mora than regular noes lor sinKie common, 1' Uliernl IMOllces, HHMinrim, i.i " other matter sulwcrving private inivrwi., will brMnrelor. i- Notices In local ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 31 July 1868

THE CJIItONICLE r. tiiomas, rcniToit. f. K. MMl.tnt.- J. A. (11AV. ri'iii.iuiii:u ai l uoi'iiiKTiiHs. Trrmt lltrft ihitUivM per annum In mriiin-e. CIi-lr m1Uc, Tcnn.i PRTDAY - JCLY 31, JSOR. OV T1IK- UNITED STATES: HORATIO SEYMOUR, f .Vl i'OKK. . FOU VICE-PRESIDENT : FRANK P. BLAIR, 0p .ntnmn.nr. the Tt.rms.ii. tnstiMt Local nrlf government f A while mm'' ronnfry! One kind of money or rich and poor alike.! Kffoiith nrcl'ciiigiiiadc, In various Jmrta of tlio Stall", to obUin hIkiui tiirc to memorials l J.rownlow awl the Legislature urging tlio rojioal of tho frnnclilHo law nnrt the call of a Convention to itim-iitl tho Constitu tion. Wo think thin effort ought to bo made in every eounty nnd every man ought to sign the memorial who If. i n fa vi of peace n n J Const i t u t ional liberty. But, nay some, what Is the use of an effort that is hound to fail ? They say that ISrowulow and lib tools will turn a deaf enr to every such appeal, and denounce those vrho make it, as rebels and rev...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 31 July 1868

J S. NEI(LKTT,7 3. A. GRANT,, . ! 1 i I RATE 0 AIrBTIKIO.. fine, dollar per aqunro of tun lino nr 1pm. , f.LAUKHVU.T.F., KHIUAV, 1VLX a, IWH. HAII.KOAIt TIME TAIII.T.. Trullis Mouth, S.&? A. M. mid 6.15 p. x. Trains North 8.45 A. M. and 7.00 r. m. ' "We are Indebted to D. C. Lyle, . J2?q., for late Atlanta pnper. Tn t Tobacco Sales room In in the " titiHemCi'it'of McKoln & Halley's old Htand. ' l?i n ?ntral locality and convenient to all. By rcfcrcnco to Hmlth & Ilutclilngf' ' advcrtlKcmciit It wUl be noon that thoy haV taken. Mr. F- W. Winth . ers Mite ti Turnlcy & "Weathers, into jiHrtnoiV. This is an energetic, re liable toliftoo firm, whom we can confidently rVyjommoud to th,1 planter. We take prcasure in announcing that a match game of Hwe Hall will lie played on tVie frrouiKls here, on Saturday, the 8th of AuRiwi, between the Nashville ClulV, of Naslrvllle, and the Light-foot Club, of this cliy. Thr August numbr of the Lnilies' Pearl, open with a highly finishe...

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