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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 April 1858

3 KA ' ' ' ' ' .0' ,4- V, , ., .... VOLUME 9; tut: k-r. -it,,:; 1 - -NUMBER. 2i: J " ' I ' 1 .1 f 1. f i 1 ... ; - 1 t- ' . ... 1 - r -- 1 .- ". . u i ! v is... ' it'ii'- r ,' , 1 1 ? - 1 i H . a i I II II .11 ' JS f 1 1 . ir J - I - i 'WAX '. I !.,- I I - .A i ;.'fl. .!' f I .V-XiUtj :;4 II II I' M A I 3 L U 'A'U dill 4JIH5W ;T H E : C II R 0 H 1C L K rrtnted Weeklr dwbU-inedliim hetTry rldy morning, by , . . . , - . k r NEBLETT & GRANT, i s P bl t h r 1 a n d Pr op r J p r . $2 Per " annum, in advance. j r. v ,TERM3 OF AnVERTIsmO. f ' mi gCARor twihi, huh,',""" Oni Inwrtloh '- TwlnrtliiM : Three tneerlllone One mouth . ! Two nolh .,. .1.50 a,oo 9,50 Tfcree monlhf , Pli month , Twelve monthi 5,00 9,00 15,00 flUSGElliAY.; -AX AWFUL NIGHT; OB, i'riV yt . . . tat DEVIt 1 AOBOCERY. ;;;iL:t.VJ,ctiAMM;i:.:; Captkht Sluggs, a Jolly old customer Unding five feet three in Vis boots, and weighing 0mo tlirce hundred pounds, le aded i'u Winola.'and tept a "grocery" up at the head of Possun...

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 April 1858

St)C Clarksmlle" Cljronidc, riTi j-ai. -L:' '-jl."1 ,.' '. r as; , a. w, inostAS, . Office, QTcr Wm. B Bijartj'i Store. ' ITAIl ommanleatloM mnt be adrlreeaed to the Editor, Btnlnca letters M th f ubMshers. , . O'Adverris'jrfrenfa mut be handed In early an Taa-sdiy morulnge, or tbay will V let ever. t-' " " ' .. ... - g3r Gsmmuniealiont mutt be handed in by noon oa TTtwriJay, or th-g tct'B be Ufl over (niLJSISSVIIILILR' . FRIDAY APRIL 30, 1858. ILLi... i ' JJU TI1E RAILROAD. By re fere net to oar business colnmni it Wilt be teen that the , Directory have advertised, for Jiuiractors to build the entire road to it Tennessee river. This movement is the result of an agreement with the Board of Direotors of the North western Railroid Company to consolidate the two roads from the Tennessee Ridge to the point of junction with the Memphis & Ohio road.- : This consolidation, by dividing the cost of constructions; some thirty -six miles of road, equally between the two companies, and conc...

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 April 1858

r. y -V - " . Insurance Capital Enlarged. 1.1 Incorporated 1819, Charter Perpetual. CASH CAPITAL ENLARGED 7th July, '57, to $1,000,000,- y lAbioliU igii Unimpaired! Snrplue, 342,102 11. With Hit Prttllft of 38 . I can success and experience. Directors. T. K. Brace, Sr., Robl. Biiell, E. A. Ealketry, 8. S Ward, O. F. Davie, 8. Tudor, M. A. Tattle, K Mather, H Z. frail, L. Hillyer, Joseph Church, E. Flower, E O. Rrpiey, A. Dun bam, T A. Alexander, W.Kenny.f. 1. Bralnard Officers. E.G. Ripley, President;-, T. A. Alex ander, VicaPreaideati Thos.K. Brace, Jr., Sec'y; J. B. Bennett, vsen I Agent. ...... . Insures against ths . .. DANGERS- OF FIB Et --- AND PMlLi OF INLArlD WAVIOATIONf At a liberal rulea and rate aa risk assumed per mit of for solvency and fair profit Especial attention paid to Insurance of Dwel ling, Form Property, .Outbuilding and content.. Such li aured (or perioda of 3 to 5 yeara on the moat favorable terma. - 1 ' Lotset equitably adjusted and promptly paid LOSSES PIID...

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 April 1858

; 4 LOCAL ITEmS. 53t If EE LETT tt GRANT, Local EJirtrt. ' FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1858. ' ' ' " i -' - IT CJarewtefi Qffie$ over W II. Dryarlft Start. C"carotit Clcik Thotnat J. Mouford M re-eppointed Clock of thaChstcery Court, in thf city Hart week, j Chancellor Frierson. Thli appointment will, drnbtlea, meet wilb tho aprobaitoaof allpnrlbe.'" Tho polite cffinere of the steamer Blll Wait will accept our thank for St. Louia paper. .' H. K Wtun, tht clever adltor of tho Nh vfll -paiaed op oa tho FaIlieWt, laat Monday. Wo wo ft ad to tee him Improved in Tho valuable Floor Mill, (known aa Devie') 13acro of land,om mulaa, Wagon, hog, tc, Wl'lbo aold at taid roll) to-morrow. Now Is your lima to Invest money to advantage. 7" Rrutatr. that lha Ladle of tho Cumberland Presbyterian Church ara preparing a most otegnifi Cat Sapper, to bo glva ' on tho 20th of May. tha proceed of which ara lo bo applied lo finl-hlng their church. When I. la recollected (hat their membership la small, wo eriistly ho...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 May 1858

I i r I ., r A ..II: V- H'.v 1 ; i ... ...... i 1 CLAKKSViLLE, TENN., FRIDAY, MY. 7, 1853.' rYOUDIE 9. -. . . NUMBER 25- i, ;( , (- ; ' T HE CHRONICLE; Printed Weekly on a double-medium abeetevery FrWey morning, by : . NEBLETT & GRANT, -.; . PullUhtr anJ Trepritlort. ' '.TERMS OF THE PAPER, .. 1 $2 I?er annum, in advance. ., ,, TEAMS OF ADVERTISING. . tCBnNR SQUABEOF T WFLVE LINES OR Litis, One Insertion fLOl Two liiaorllon . . 1,50 Three Insertion 2,00 Que month- ... ... 2,50 Two month .' 11.51 Three month 5,00 Six month . 9,00 Twelve montlie 15,00 MISCELLANY. TIIE MYSTERIOUS BOX.- Horace Flintwood sat aloiio in hi scantily-furnished .apartment." Outsido the meagre windows, the rough storm beat clamorously for admittance ; and the wind, whistling and moaning down the black throated chimney, made bright waving phantoms of tho flames, wich leaped over the few bits" of wood and coal fn the grate. There was but a little fira ; yot that lit tie lighted up the haudsome face of joiing...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 May 1858

u-- rr-ii i. :- 'Tea i R. W. THOMAS, Editor. Office?, over Win. II. Brjailjs Store. ITAIi oommuolcallon must be eddreesed to the Editor. Business letters to the publisher. . . EPAJvertlsemeots must be handed lu early on VuarsaUy morulugs, or they will be le't oyer. CCy 0"nmMiVah'fii fii or handid in by neon o Tliurttlay, or they will be left ever. ailiAIEKSVinLILlEo ' - FRIDAY. MAY 7l858. g&" Under the talented, patriotic and honest leaden of the Revolution, the peo ple aoliierod their independence and es tablished the most perfect government in the world. Under the selfish and un scrupulous leaders, of the presont day, tho people are tearing down the beautiful fabric a lawless mobocraej. By a comparison of these two facts, wo learn tho important leasion that tho few, and not . the many, practically govern, and that however per fect the theory of our political system, its practical workings are in the very faco of that theory. This, wc presume, no honest roan, who is not a fool,...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 May 1858

i saiseWi iaassaeyiiiuiiiMii i H A R D W A B E HO US E, . VAN LE EH & NEW CALL ; JmJU LOCAL JTEmS. t . NEBLETT & GRANT, W ZTifiw. "lliattX ' FRIDAY, MAT 7, 1858. ' trCSnnieU OJJin seer W . BrW Sfor..ct .JJULi , ' L-J tTTba meeting of ths City Coaocll en Tues day eight, we t very Importaut one, and we re fret that we haven't room to report the piooeed ings n trttnKK , We learn, from the Recorder, that the blis for the building of a nw Bridge over lied River, en the Hopkinavllte Turnpike, were open ed, and that Allen J. HairUoa received the con tract for building the tuperatructure, or wood work of the Bridge, and that the majonry waa let to Meeere. Belote and Wilcox. These geelirmen are known to ihli oommunlty at workmen of the Rrat order, ae well aa men nf high standing. We are glftd to kLOW that the City haa aelected men in whom the community will have the utinoit con fidence. The Board also, re-elected three night Watch, viz i I. N. Bartlett, A. D. Smith and J. M. Moore, w...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 May 1858

JOHN f; couts, i nxAi.ta m ail kind or .' lirdsljionablclfnrniturc And wall paper; u CLARKSVILLE, TENNES3EE.- O Work Hon to order, Furniture Repaired, A.. AIo, Undertaker nnj Coffin-maker. r . . . BETTER DAYS COMING. jPineetha tee of the !tenmer Plncswith i ponton of my Furniture, I hve duplicated my Mill, itvl wl i have my Block here in about ten day. To tlms frlonili wlio have been waiting for my itock of Furniture,! would say they ahull Vooe rollif njr by a few mora diys indu'genco. . t To the community generally I would nay that any .- ftock .will be large and well selected, oni! bought on such term aa will enable me to (oil it shearer than ever before cfT-reH in this market. " JOHN F. COUTS. ' Beltcatl. An entire new at) la of. Cottage .Bedsteads, to arrive ueit week.""' JOHN F. COUT8. BUREAUS AND WASH STANDS. New tylei nextweek. . JOHN F. COUTS. Mefallc Burial Casket. The above engraving represents a newly inven ted Bnrlnl Cese, fashioned to accord with the feeling of the be: ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 May 1858

31 A! VOLUME 9. CLARKSYILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1858. NUMBER 2G. THE CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly on t double-medium sheetevery Friday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Publitlicrt and Proprietors. TEIIMS OF THE PAPER, $2 Per annum, in advance. ' TERMS OF ADVERTISING. -FOB. ONE SQUARE OF TWELVE LINES Oil LEN One Insertion , "Two Insertions Three Insertions On month $1,01 1,50 2,00 2,50 Two month $4.fn Three months fi.OO Six months 9,00 Twelvemonths lb.OO .. THE PERILS OF THE BORDER. While reading recently an account of the frightful massacre of several white families by the Black-foot Indians, we wcro i reminded of a thrilling event which oc- ; curred in the "Wild West," a short time subsequent to the Revolution, in which a highly accomplished young lady, the daughter of a distinguished officer of the American Army, plnyod an important part. The story being of a most thrilling nature, ' and exhibiting in a striking manner the 'Perils of the Border," vre have concluded to give an an ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 May 1858

l)C vGlarksmlle l)ronulc, R. W. 7IIOMA8, Editor. t. A. CP.ANT, . Oflicr, orer Wm. II. Bryarlj's Store. t rAll eomrnuoloUons moat be addressed to the Ivlitor. Rusltrees letters to th publisher. UlAdverttaenvnt in ut t b handed In early on Thursil-iy morning, or (hey will be le't over. tiT Communication mutt be handed in by ffton n Thursday, or they vcill be left over. FRIDAY, MAY 14, IP58. Tho Union & Americau regreta to ice bo many of tho American papers, of Tennessee, supporting tbo Hon. John Bell in his opposition to the Conference Kansas bill. It hurts the feelings of that editor, too, to hear that bill denounced as a fraud ; and he, crronously, infers that every one who supported it, is denounced as a swind ler. IIo should remember, however, that a fraud does not appear a fraud to those who are cheated by it, and that they only can justly be denounced as political swindlers who perpctrato tho fraud. Honest mcu can be deceived into the sup port of dishonest measures ; but the...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 May 1858

LOCAL ITEfilS. NF.BLETT & GRANT, Local EJiari. . ... FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1858. IT Cftrenfel OJiet over XY II. Bryarly't Store, ,xj CLARK3VILLE, TENN, It I Sol, perhsps, generally kaowa to the cltl Mtu of ear town, that tha rapiJ enhancement of eur prosperity and of all tha elements of thrift and wealth, I attracting tha attention of elranger abroad and aojournara la our mldat, but auch ia tha fact. W do not eay it far tha purpoi of exci ting Ihair pride, foi aoma of them hive fully anoagh already of that commodity, but tf wa could, to aoma extent aroua and exalte them to laudable emulation and puhlio spir'l to excel aoma other tokens In public bulldluga, pubtio amvenleuciea. phbllo and private achooli and colic gee, as they do In all tha element of material tret 1th and prosper Ity we any if we could get up aome of thle tort of pride, wo would do It In a minute. But however that may be, we lay it down in the fire I place, thai there ii now no longer any doubt about the ultimate comp...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 May 1858

JOIIN F. COUTS, DtALER M ALL KIND Ot r r AND WALL PAPER, " CLA8.KSVILLE, texxesskk. LP Work riono to order, Furniture Repaired, A If", Undertaker nndCoffu-niaker. EETTF-H DAYS COMING, f luce the Ice of the F tcamrr Pincces, with a r uiWu of my Furullurt, I have duplicated my liis, ami tvl I havo my stock ner in about ten days. To tli ci8 friends who have been wailing tor my sti ck of Furniture, 1 would say they shall )uo' nothing by n few more d ijri Indulgence. c To the community gene.rully 1 would say thai tiiy stuck Vt ill lo huge and well selected, sn bought on such term as will cnnblo nie to sll H lua.er than ercr before offered In thia rnnrket. - ; JOHN F. COUTS. ltrlIPIl. An en'lre new style of Cottage Bedsteads, to ai rive next week. JOHN F. COUTS. BUREAU AND WASH STANDS. New at; Ira next week. JOHN F. COUTS. Mctalic Barial Taskct. The above enprav iiig represents a newly inven ted Bailal Case, fashioned to accord with the feelings of the be.enved, and yet retaining all tho ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 May 1858

582 VOLUME 9. ' CEARKSVILLE, TENN.; FRIDAY,' MAY. 21, 1858. NUMBER 27. 'THE CHRONICLE . Printed Weekly oft a double-medium iheeteTery Friday "morning, by ' " ' 1 . r , N EBLETT GRANT, , i Pullithtn and Proprietors. t . . TERMS OP THE PAl'KR, $2 Per annum, in advance. - TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 0KOKS sqtUtor-TWELVB tlNE 0 On InMrttoii $1,01 Two month , Tbre month Hlx month Twelve month 14.50 5,00 9,00 "15,00 Two Insertion . Tbre Insertion On month ; 1,50 2,00 2,50 MISCELLANY.' ?v - AMERJCAN VVOiilEIi s AH admirable article, called Our Pass "tcrt, in the December number of 'Harper'! Magazine, exp 'esses great and momentous truths in powerful and yet gratoful langu age, and calls our attention to a subject which, we fear, has as yet received too lit tle consideration.. We refer to the educa tion and mission of the American woman. Ours is a country which justly boasts of Us liberal educational institutions, and of the affectionate reverence bestowed -upon woman ; but, on cloBor examination...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 May 1858

"aHtJ I tEtje cSlarksmllt dljronult, B. W. THOMAS, JTefiior. J. 8. NTBT P.TT.I ! nlihAL. I. A. GLANT, J Office, over Wm, II. Brjarlj's Store. ITAll rommunlcatloua mint be eddreeaed to tht Editor. Banlne.s lelteta toth pnblisheri.' 5 tJAdverttementa mii be handed la ni!; en T"UrJ,y mornings, or thty will ba 11 over. A &f Omminictition mutt be. handed in ly ivioi oh Thursday, or they vill I hft over. .) -" ; FRIDAY. MAY Sl""i858.- " ! t'.i 1 11 ."' ,' i1 !. i i ' m .t&" . . VTe scarcely open an exchange without seeing tone complaint of the irt moit Impossibility of punishing ..crime through t heacrenr j of the courts. It wai not ao formerly; and we may icarch the records in Tain, for example! of the de liberate 'acquittal of criminals, proven guilty,. anterior to the soprcmacy of the democratic party in the country.. There ia a cause for the lamentable change, and that cause ia corrupt party rule, followed by the various downward sttps towards mobocracy uch as unrestricted suf...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 May 1858

-tf-e- '- fia rte-' LOCAL ITEfilS. ' wrtt TTT it, r.BiKT F,;,!-. . FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1858. IT C& roniele Office ever W II. Bryarly's Stor xt , : Atsad. This place of amusement I becom 'rs'g more and more, a rider the enterprising man- getneni 01 lur. vr . n. chock, m ovjtci 01 irvj lion and InteriMt with the play going ptrt ef ear ellitene. Mr. flumr LoAlix, the celebrated Tru-fi-dl.-.n has been playing to Urjs and respectulile hous, and U wluu'.ug for himself more fame than ban ever been won by any actor whohaa here tofore figured pn our hoardi. . XI i thrilling deline ation of "Hamlet,'' on Tuesday night Iat, gore universal satisfaction, to a full and highly appre ciative audience. And notwithstanding, It wee evident that the performers had not hud sufficient time to become at fumillar with their r , is might perhaps be desirable, he was very well sustained, and everything passed off very pleasantly. With- nut Invidiously detracting at all, from the merits of the other members o...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 May 1858

, r'-i . JOHN T. COUTS, ' ' dials m ait, sikm or ' ' JTasIjionablcJntniturc AND WALL PAPER, CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. (CP Work donate order, Furniture Repaired, &.c. Alio, Undertaker and Coffin-muter. BUTTER PAYS COMING. Sine lh In ot the Steamer Finces, with a )... riloii of my Furniture, I have duplicated my Mil, and wl I have my alock hera io about ten dt)t. To Hint friend who have been waiting 1V my stork of Furniture, 1 would ray they shall ),X) nothing by a few more dnys indulgence. To th community generally would ray that my stock will bo large and well oelected, and bnnght on auch terras at wilt enable me to sell ft eheaper than ever before oft red In till market. JOHN F. COUTS. ItrdetPad). An entire new 11)10 of Cottage Bedsteads, to arrive next wek. JOHN F. COUTS. BUREAUS AND WASH STANDS. New at; Ifi next week. JOHN F. COUTS. , Metallc Burial Casket. The above engraving represent! a newly inven ted Burial Caae, fashioned to accord with the feeling! of tho be: caved, and ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 May 1858

) J JJ Jl o . '. VOLUME 1). CLAIIKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY; MAY 28, 1858 NUMBER 28. ..... ' I . ' ' . THE CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly on a doubls-medlum sheetevery Friday morning, by ., NEBLETT & GRANT, PubU$htrt and Proprietor: TERMS OP TH PAPER, $2 Per axmuin, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. TOR 01! SQUARBOF TWILVB UNES OI LESS One Insertion $1,"" T month Three month Six month Twelve month 14,50 6,00 9,00 15,00 Two Insertion Three Insertion One month 1,50 2,00 2,50 The Ranchero' s Daughter !X TALE OF BUENA VISTA AND ITS IIOR110HS. t Bt UEUT.H., OF TENNESSEE. -' Monterey had fallen before the genius of a Taylor and a Worth, both of whom, by thousands mourned, now fill honored graves fallen before the arms of those who knew no fear, while their country's dear flag spread its broad folds amid the glare and smoke of battle. We had lost many dear and cherished friends, but they died as men should die, and we gave them soldier burial, dropped a Bilent tear upon ' their grave, sod swore ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 May 1858

QL)t lca!isuillc Olljroniclc; Ji.-w. tiiomas S.. . NF.IU ETT,i Publishers. J. A. GRANT, Office, pTtr JYc HJBryaj ly's S.orc. ITAIi communications nia.it b addressed to the Editor, Business l-tte re to t!ie publisher. TAdvertlemetits must be handed la early on li"TiSrdiy mi.'.r.jj'S, Sf tiiSj-' wilt be le't Over. ,8iT Commitnic.afiunt miitl be funded in by waih ri TliHivihiy, or tiny tcifl be left utter. '? ' ' F'R I DAY, MAY 23, 1858. ! "" iSdJ Moxli ezcitomcnt prevails in regard to the conduct of Britiwh cruisers, in .earcliing American vessels on trie coasts of Culm. The press of this country is so prono to magnify mole-hills into moun tains, and to manufacture a high degree of exeitemciitout of causes wholly inadequate, that it is no easy matter to form a Correct estimate of the conduct of tho parties ac cused, in this instance. - It seems Lardly credible that the British, government has issued orders under whicty its cruisers are aid to Ic acting. So high handed a measure could ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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