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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 9 March 1866

lllCl E1IJLY VOLUME 1. Old Series, vol. 14. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 186G. Old 'Scries, No. 43. NUMBER 35. CLAMSVffill" ' IBsttlM IBkjpftM IFsmsiIl COLLEGE, HOPKIXSVIHE, EE5TITKT. THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION will commence on the lint Monday (20lh) ot January, 1866, witb tbe following CORPS OF INSTRUCTORS: Rsv. T. O. KEtN, Prrident and-Prqfeeior nf Br 11 ft Ltttrtt. Riv. M. O. ALEXANDER, Profeaor qf Mathcmario, I. Pa La. BARETTE, Prqfeiior qf Ancient and Modem Language), Painting and Drawing. Mrs. K. H. KEtCN, Teacher qf Mmic, and Ancient and Modern History. Miss FANNIK KEEN, Auutant Teacher in Englieh JJranchet. Terms of Tuition per Session of 20 Weeks: Tuition In Primary Department, (including; Spoiling, Holding, 1st Lessons in Arilli metir. and Geography,) . $22 so Tuition for all studies higher than Primary, S5 00 1.1 00 30 00 5 00 2 50 10 00 French, (extra,) Music Piano and Guitar, (extra,) Use of Instrument for purposes of Practi cing Incidental Expenses Pa...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 9 March 1866

Cjje Cjironitk. PRINTED WEEKLY, KVBRK aiUOWT MOUNINt, BV NEBLETT & GRANT, rrM.uiians- jrnri rnorniKToiiB. It. V. THOMAS, EDITOR. TermsThree Dollars per year. IN ADVANCE. C larkftvllle, Tenn. r MARCH... .9, 1B60. Writ of Elections. The Governor's proclamation, ordering elections to fill the varivaeies occasioned by the resignation of twenty-one members of the Legislature, and also-the vacancy in- the Senate, resulting from the death' of B. It. Peart, will be found in our columns to-day. The document Is characteristic of the man, nnd wc regret to see that age and infirmity bring no abatement of vindictivenesa towards those citizens of Tennessee who do not see things through his spectacles. Every effusion of his pen, is an argument before the Committee of fifteen, nnd the burden of his brief Is the treason and disloyalty of the ex-rebels. The Governor evidently forgets that there is such a thing as the law of self-prejer-vation, and dint it is the only law which the vic tims of opp...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 9 March 1866

dlxrteviltt (IhwnirU. J. 8. NkBLETT. 1 . . rj . . J. A. GRANT, j1""' d,,or$- Ratm or Advbrtisino. One Of TIN UKU. Dollar xr iquare Single Copies of the Chronicle, Ten Cents. CLARKSVILLE MARCH 0, 18tt. A WOUD FOR Ol'RSELVES. For several weeks post, in consequence of the generous patronage of our advertising friends, combined with the pressure of legal notices, we have been compelled, In order to do our renders Jus tice, to issue a supplementary sheet with ench edi tion of the C'mronk'LR. This, we know, lias not given general satisfaction ; though we can assure our friends that It is quite ns irritating to us as to them. Aside from the additional expense thus In curred which is no small item there are many reasons why we should prefer to so enlarge our pa per as to do away with the necessity for a stipple mcnt j and if our means were only commensurate with our most modest desires, we would issue a sheet one-tbird larger than the present one. Our paper Is now the full size of the pie u...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 9 March 1866

i BIG BRINDLE. In Nashville, many Jears ago, there retided gentleman of (trot hospitality, large fortune, nnd though uneducated, possessed or a hard, knotty tense. Colonel W. had beta elected to the Legis lature, and had been also Judge of the County Court. His elevation, however, had made him somewhat pompous, and he became very loud of us'ng big words. On his Turin he had a very largo and mischievous ox, called "Big Brindle,"" which Ire- quently broke down his neighliom' fences, nnd committed other depredations, much to the Colo nel's annoyance. One morning after breakfast, in presence of some gentlemen who had staid with him over night, and who were now on their way to town, he called to bit overseer, and said to him : "Mr. Allen, I desire you to imound Big Brindle, in order that I may hear no more nniinudversiont oo bis eternal depredations." Allen bowed and walked off, sorely puzzled to know what the Colonel meant. So niter the Col onel left for town, he went to his wife and as...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 16 March 1866

WEEKLY 3R0NICLE VOLUME 1. Old Scries, vol. 14. CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY, MARCH 1G, 18GG. Old Series, Xo. 4G. CLARKSVIE COLLEGE, nOl'KIXSVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION will commence on '.be last Monday (29th) ol January, 180G, with the following CORPS OF INSTRUCTORS: Rsv. T. 0. KERN. Pretidtnt and I'rofector of IMIet Lettrtt. Kev. M. O. ALEXANDER, Frofetior of Malhemaekl. I. B La BARKTTK, Prof mot of Ancient and Mwlern Language!, Painting and Drawing. Mrs. E. II. KEiCN, Ttaektr of Alutic, and Ancient and Modern Hitlory. M 'tis FANNIE KEEN, Atrittant Teacher in Englith Iiranthct. Terms of Tnltlon per Session of 20 Weeks: Tuition In Primary Department, (including Spelling, Keidiug, 1st Lesson in Arith metic and Geography,) (22 50 Tuition for all studies higher than Primary, 2., 00 French, (extra,) 1,1 00 Music Piuno atid Guitn., (extra,) 30 00 Use of Instrument for purposes of Practi cing 5 00 Incidental Expenses. 2 50 Painting and Drawing, wuler colors, extra, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 16 March 1866

PBIKTin WKBCLT, RVIHY FRIDAY MORNING, BY N EH LETT & OH A NT, runusiiRiw ashi i-Homm-roH.' it. w; THOMAS, EDITOR. ClarkiivUle, Tcnn. t FRIDAY, MARof.T..C 16, 1866. Tan Hail. Eono!n Cooper, Congressman elect, from the fourth District, bat recently returned from Washington, Anil is reported to bare laid that the question of the Admission of the Tennessee del rgates, Is indefinitely postponed. Why sHonla1 Tennessee demand a measure not meted out to the other States of the South ? They all embarked on the mm bottom, and ought to share the same fate. It is true that this State got the start of the others, ill organizing oac-boree eivil government; so oail ed; but if tliis despotic rule of ttte tew over the ma ny, is a step toward tile restoration, of fnee goeriv tnent, we can not see it indeed, the States which bad no government, except the military, at the olose of the war, are in a fur happier condition than Tennessee, and further advanced towards popular liberty. All over the Sout...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 16 March 1866

ClmtsviiU (Chvoniclc. J. 8. NEBLETT, . . i. A. GRANT, 'jEMtor: Ratbs or Advsbtisiko. One of tin lid a. Dollar per square Slnglo Copies of the Chronicle, Ten Cents. CLARKSVILLE, MARCH 10, 1866. lOuThe RU Rev. C. T. Quintan, Bishop of the Diocese of Ten nesaee, will preach in Trinity Church Id tliit city, od Sunday next, and will, we under stand, be Id the city for several days. Confirma tion Sunday night. Revival The revival which had been going on for two wtvks, at the Methodist church, closed last Sunday night. There were thirty-eight conver sions and forty-three additions to the church, inclu ding several who joined by letter. The Quarterly meeting which was advertised to be held on the 24lh and 25th Inst., has been changed, and will commence to-morrow at 11 o'clock. It Is highly probable that the meeting will be held several days. ISf We learn, with pleasure, that the ladies of the city will hotd a meeting, in the Presbyterian Church, on Monday evening, at 3 o'clock, for the purp...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 16 March 1866

THE DYING PICKET; : Where rapid Rappahannock rolled , His headlong waves away, On cither bank, nnd face to face, Two hostile armies lay. But wild the storm and dense the gloprn Thnt hid them both from view, And as the hours moved slow ly by, The winds more fi reedy blew. All on their posts, and next the foe, The pickets silent stood, And listened to the bitter blast, And high the swollen flood. But one among them heard them' not The storm and rushing wave That ro'ind bis head like aogry Sends Contead, and fight, and rave. The ley gale no wore he felt ; Ilia soul was almost free; And thus of "home," and "olh.-r dnysf"' And "Mary," murmured he. I know the hour is come, e'en now , The moment drnweth nigh, When the faithful picket on his post, llust lay him down to die. O Mary, now you seem to be Hon dear tj me than ever, Just ere I pass, ne'er to return, O'er Death s dark stormy river. Our cottage home and nil its joys We knew in better days, Arc pictured brightly on my mind, By memory...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 23 March 1866

WEEKLY CHRONIC JUlil. VOLUME 1. Old Series, vol tt. CLARKSVILLE, TEO., FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 18GG, Old Scries, Xo. 47.) KUMBER 37, CLAMSYI r f : 1(71 JOflOSOS fM. 171 BIWLITT. WEST & HEWLETT, DRUG STORE w K HAVE JC3T RECEIVED A LAROE ad Fresh assortment of Drugs and Medicines, DYK-STUFFS, WINDOW-GLASS, TAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Wines, Brandies and Liquors (Pure for medical use.) COAL und LUBRICATING OILS, LAMPS, PERFUMERIES, tO APS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, in great variety. CBKAP FOR CASH ONLY BA. Prescriptions enrf fullj componnded lit all hour. Liberal deduction! on Physicians bills. tYft.Give u4 a call, on Franklin Street, (Sign of tuurmr over me uoorj, iinrasviue, Tenn. WESF & HEWLETT. March 1C, 'GG-ly EINLEY & STEWART, Druggists and Apothecaries AXD DKALKKtf IS Drug and Chemicals, Essential Oils, Medicinal Liquors, Family and Patent Medlclues, Electlc Preparations, Trusses, Dental and Surgical Instru ments, Spices, Dye-Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Var nishes, Turpentine, Windo...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 23 March 1866

farms wsstit, every ratiur hurxixo, by NEB IKTT & OHANT, rtM.nwtEna and rnoPHicToiin. ft. W. THOMAS, EDITOR. Terms Three Dollars per year. IX ADVANCE. Clarksttlle, Trnn. t FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1868. Reconstruction Committee. " We have been repeatedly asked why we do not publish tie teslisnuRy taken before the Reconstruc tion Committer, And which has been going the rouads of the papers. Want of space would be sufficient snswer; but m it would not be the whole troth, we will give, m an Additional, reason, that "the game it not worth the candle." The trial of the South, now going on before thnt Committee, Is A one-sided affair. The jury is packed, and the evidence is given in by men who have been taught for generation, to bate the Souther people. They cannot know the sentiments of the South because Ihey feel no sympathy with it ; nor ran they appreciate the influence, upon Southern feel ings, of the peculiar cireucustnncw by which wc ' are surrounded. They are ns ignorant of negro cha...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 23 March 1866

1 " ' i y . ... . -. .i . - . - . y m, .1 1 - ,i 1 , . , i. mi.... . 1, j- an r-iiwi ..n.a wxc. jl.- m : aw yKCTT. a 1 law , 1 - , am i V. I mm a a m Mi 1 1 m I . ' ' - the ceeonicle; Clarksville, Tenn.; FBIDAi, - - MAECH 23,1866 - .ROMANCE 0F.THE WAB. Thrilling .AsTVentnrea nf a Tonns; ant) . ieantlftil Woman, .' '... From tbs St Louis Republican. 7flf: V , '. , , ' Among the thrilling event o the late war, none can exceed the adventure! ef Mis. , Loretta , De Camp whose juaiden name waa Roach. ' She waa bora in the West Indies, in 1842, and is now about twenty-night year of age:,'-At an early age. her parenta removed to the United Mates, and settled in the pariah of Saint .Tatnoa, . jLouiBiao. , The current of ber life ran- -smoothly on -until the outbreak of the, 'war for Southern independence, wheti, (red bjr.unthusiaam, in a she thort the cause of liberty, aha donned the inula attire and waa among the first to ruub tearina. Raiiing a eompany of cav alry and equipping it at her ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 23 March 1866

9 f -J Hit ONI CLE. tsville, Tenn.; -,- - - MAECH ; 23,' .1866 .1' Eemarfcable ' Cafie.V ( Peora Transcript . ' . ; 7Jlwinp5 article u in jued what the 'i&iealSs, most remarkable case. nuU it must 6 true, fi oin tlie fact rcerfl bo many persons, of known iKl vcTpcity, wliOj Icslifj- to .the ait " othe atatotnont t I e time ago, a lorraer, living near fcl 1 , ks.i JPdaughtcr about ten yenrt old. L. y I lnyinff with the cat one dy, the I turned and bit her "on the arm. ) dayu pissed, and the wound on the 'rl's arm healed. Oao day while at le, aha attempted to drink Water, a seized with convulsions,' giving kabla signs of hydrophobia. Her moto this city and procured some .lue tor tier Irom a pbytioian f'rtg home, he found hie daughterly V ..n H .lounge, evidently 1n "great nain, I 'Itvinjf been, able? to swallow anything I i her first co avulsion a.' As' soon , aa 9 taw bar totter, aba cumoea tow bis Ttt the exclamation i v .. .. ithtY, I've seen Mary." - " V ' lory was ad infant s...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 23 March 1866

7 tsi at T - (SkmitU; Rats or ADvatTiaiHQ. On Dollar per square of til I4MM. Ingle Copies of the Chronicle, Tea Ceiti. CLARKSVILLE,. ..MARCH 13, I860. TEIPLESHEET. On eeeoaat of tb pressing toon betowed upon M by tn advertising: friend, w Ueue our paper thla week upon what I termed a triple sheet an dditio of ooe-belf the Batter contained In our tegular brae, embracing twenty-eii columnt ol nd ' vertltetneott and aboot sixteen columnt of reading mallet Baking a fcrty-two-columo newspaper, which I as large, If not the largest paper erer printed In Tennessee. This addition to oar paper enables us to giro oar readers an extra quantity of reading matter, and t the earns time to do Justice to ear advertising friends. The plan is an expens ive one tons, and we would greatly prefer making aa enlargement of the single sheet; but, as we bare a said before, It cannot be done until w can procure a larger press. This can be accomplished, if our friends will only exert themselves a little in our...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 23 March 1866

THE . CONQUEBED ' BAHNIE." Furl that Bannerf for 'Us aeary, 'Round its staff, 'til drooping, dreary i Furl it, fold ir, it la boat; For there'! not man. to ware It, And there's no a sweat to save it,. . lm the blood which herof a gave it ; And its foes now scorn and brave it; Furl it, hid it, let it fesC :- , . Take that Banner down t 'tis tattered"; Broken U ita stair and (battered, ; And the valiant hof a are scattered, O'er whom it floated high: .? : Oh I 'til bard for ui to fold it? i Hard to think thrr'i none to hold it; . Hard that those who ones unrolled it , Now must furl it with a sigh. ' . , Furl that Banner.! furl It indly; '. Once ten tbousnad hailed il gladly, Aiid ten thousand! wildly, madly, . Swore it would forever ware ' Swore that foenMuU sword could' never i Hearts like their1! entwined dissever, . 'Till that flag would float forever i O'er their freedom or their (tare. FuiiiU fan the heart thatAiMlly; clasped It, ; Cold and dead are lying low; ' . :-' And that Ba...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 30 March 1866

CtMISf ILL1 ' WEEKLY CHROMCLI VOLUME 1. Old Series, vol. -14. CLARKSVILLE, TENK, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1866. Old Scries, No. 48. NUMBER 38. WATCHES -AND JEWELRY, AT COOKE'S! WSoId at New York Prices.-Wt At the Old Stand Public Square, Deo. is, '65-iy Clarkivllle, Tenn. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Glarksville, Tenn. - WILL DO A ; General Banking AMD Exchange Business. Issues no CirculationIncurs j no Risks. 'Special attention paid to collections and remittances maae on uay 01 payment. DIRECTORS : OKO. II. WARFIELD, I J. XV. EDWARDS, THOS. F. PETTUS. O. W. U1LLMAN. S. F, BEAUMONT, PreB't. W. P. HUME, Cashier. Not. 10, '65-ly O. H. JONES, INSURANCE, Real Estate and Collecting Agent, CLARKSVILLE, TLX.VES8EE. REPRESENTS THE BEST Fire, Marine and Life Insurance Companies .V THIS COUNTRY. Will Buy, Rent, and Sell Houses, Lots, ami Farms, ami give prompt attention to the Collec tion of all Claims in Montgome ry, Robertson, and 8tewart counties, Tenn., and Christian county, Ky. Jan. 5, '60-1 y To the...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 30 March 1866

' MttaTlftl WKKKLr, KVI-BV fltlDAT MOnNIKO, RT NEDLET T A O It A N T, rrnMsimns amd prui'iiiktoiir. TermsThree Dollars per year. ' IN ADVANCE. . K. W. THOMAS. EDITOR. , C'larliNt llle, Tenn. t FRIDAY, MARCir.!...."...'.. 30. 1860. THE CRISIS IX TENNESSEE." The New York Artrs, of Ihe 2 2d, bin an article on "the crisis In Tennessee," or the dead lock in the Legislature, in which tho points at clearly tinted and ab'y argued. It It gratifying to ua to perceiv that outsiders view , in it true light, the infamous attempt of ihe Tennessee radirals to cruh tut the Inst frpnrk of lilierty, end extend to us their sympathies in the strupglo for self-preeervation. In the great national struggle fur consolidation, on the one hand, and constitutional libetty, on the other, Ihu despotism of the civil government In this Slnte, Is overlooked even by those whose position nd Influence might be successfully exerted for It abatement, If Lot for its entire overthrow. The lib erty and equality of the .ne...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 30 March 1866

(SUikavMU (ShxttAtU. J. 8. NkBLETT, r . r..,M i. A. ORAST, Leeat EJttorl' Rati or ADVIRTISIKO. On Of TIN Llt. Dollar per square Single Coplei of the Chronicle, Ten Cents. CLARKSVILLE, MARCH 30, 1808. To mi Stockholders or Tin First National Bams or Cla rksvilii A n election will be held, at this Rank, on the first day of'May next, at 10 o'clock, a. m., for Five Dirertort to erve until sec ond Tuesday In Jaonary, 1867. By order of the board. W. P. Hums, Cashier. March 30, 18C0-lm. Rfuoiou. Elder, James E. Miles, Pastor of the Christina Church, In this city, Is having a successi on of Interesting meetings, during the week. They are well attended, and there have been several ac cessions to the church. Larobit Shipxhxt. McClure k Courts shipped, on Tuesday last, per steamer Imperiiil, fifty-nine hogsheads of tobneco, for New Orleans. This Is the largest shipment by any house here, at one time, since the war. Precaution against Cholira. The city coun cil hare ordered the cleansing of all...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 30 March 1866

4 . , I .. AtTHOXI ASP C1EOPATRA. . 1V01.X. WM. n. ITTI.C, c. a, a, a I m dying, Egypt, dying, KUb Ik crimson life-tide Tut, ' And the lark Plutonian shadows , Gather on the evening blast; . Let thine firm, O Queen t support mo, llutb thy nota and bow thino ear, Ilarken to the great heart secrets '1 hoti, and thou alone, must hear. - Thongr- my scarred and veteran legion Bear their eagle high no rooif. And my wrecked and scattered galley Strew dark Actiuro'i fatal shore Thongh no glittering guards surround me, Prompt to tin their master's will It mast perish like Roman Dio the great Tciuairir at 111. Let not OatHr's servile minions Mock the lion thus laid low ; Twns no foernan't hand that slew hiro,. 'Twat himself, that itrnrk the blow. Here, then, pillowed on tby bosom, Ere hit star fadei quite away, Kim, who-druuk with tby caresses Madly threw a world away. Should the base plebiait table Dare auail my fame at Rome, Whera tho noble tpouse Octavla, Weep within ber widowed home, Seek...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 30 March 1866

TUE'CIIRONICLE. SUPPLEMENT. Clarksville, Tonn.: FEIDAY, MABOH 30 1860 IBtotikfcH Bajpftfialk 3F&o&ll COLLEGE, . nOFKlNSTILLE, KENTUCKY. THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITCTION will comment on the last Monday (26th) of Januarr, 1866, with the following CORPS OF INSTRUCTORS: Rv. T. O. KEEN, Pttnitnt and Profeetor of Bettn Lettret. Bar. M. U. ALEXANDER, Profeeior of Mathemaeic. I, D La BARETTE, . Printer of Ancient and Modern Language, Painting and Drawing. Mrs. E. H. KEiSN, Teacher of ilutie, and Ancient and Modern ffiilorv. Mi FANNIE KEEN, Attutant Teacher m Engliik Bronchi. Tcrmi of Tuition per Session of 20 Week! t Tuition Id Primary Department, (Including Spelling, Retding, 1st Lessons In Arith metic and Geography,) $M SO Tuition for all studies higher than Primary. S 00 J'reoch, (extra,) Music Piano and Guitar, (extra,)......... ITm of Instrument for purpose! of Practi cing, m Incidental Expenses,.,... Painting and Drawing, water colors, extra, 15 00 M 00 8 00 1 50 10 00 Boa...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 6 April 1866

WE1EJLY ,'y,'' r--(. rv-ra . v.VOLUMEl 1. Old Series, vol. 14. CLARKSVILLE, TEOT., FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1866. Old Series, M 49. NUMBER 39. I" QHRONICLE. i t" FIULEY & STEWART DRUGGISTS ' , . AND AND DEALtlM IM ' Brags and Chenlcali, Essential Oils, Medicinal Llqaors, Family aid : . fltent Medicine ElectlePre . parations, Trasses, Ben . . tal and Sarglcal la tramenti, Spices, Dye-Staffs, Paints, Oils, Tarnishes, , -, larpeatlae, Window Class, SnaffS, . . Tobacco and Cigars, Station -" ' ery, Fancy Articles, Toilet Soaps, rerromery, Fresh Garden Seeds) And In short everything kept in a well ordered Drug Store. W1 rR IIAVE THOROUGHLY RENOVA ted, cleansed tad repainted oar store , boose, and are constantly receiving Fresh fiapplles of Drags and Medicines from Eastern Markets, where they are selec ted by competent men, with an eye to purity ad excellence. We are determined not to . be surpassed by any store of tbe kind In the Bute, and ask a continuance of the patron age which has been t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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