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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 October 1868

FANNING MILL. fflA16IlfflllEllIllS, ATTEWTIOIVTr TUB COMBINED cnin seed ran1 IN EXISTENCE I THREE niCRIHES IHOHE Wq CfialTengetfie World to Produce Its Equal T It li Compact and Simple In Construc tion,, while for the Rapidity and Variety or Its Work It li UNRIVALED ! rpHIS MACHINE WILL CLEAN AND JL separate Ui Foulest Wheat fmvpHmMt., mvnH.Pivkle,!llKMiv(, broken ami shriveled grains, mid other iiirptirlltaa,. leaving the IIKltr llKAl.TIIV, IM.I'MM AND r.iiKKCTKmliiH to now. Every Intelligent fanner knows the nlvnnlngt of aowlug PURE SEED WHEAT an Hint when ynn rnlac a cropyou.wMll have NoTIIINd llf'T WHEAT, mid ionaetifnt ly will raise three or Tour Imrihcla moru to the ncrn. II den ns Wheat for market WITHOUT UMmTH, saving the small grains. It 'will i lmlf from mm Ui 4tn buHlicla of wheat ,ar liiy, hiiiI cleaner t oiw running through 1 1 ll n li v Knii In I lie market. It cIoiiiik Cm n, (hilt), a.vo, Ihirlcv, Tlmo lliy. Clover, Hemp Flax niul llnimurlna Uih Heeda; ii ml If clover...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 October 1868

u BATES OF ADVERTISING, Ttn tint or fm, toH4 IfiifxtrtU, oanttitMtt " ' d Square. t trrt 3 Mo HMO MO IS MO 1 flqtiare..... ii rt,imres... 8 H'imrl... V Col 11 nm... y. Column... I 'il ii in n .... , Colli inn.,. 1 Column t to S Mil I OU 10 0 11 DO 15 UU 4 ml toe 00 13 00 is oo ai on 25 00 111 00 45 00 m oo 20 Oil 85 (10 MO Ml 85 00 M 00 05 OI 10 no 10 Hit 00 VI 0" OU 17 UU W 00 IS OU Oil a OH at on i in 3i (Mil : nil ml XI IK! Ill Ta Advertisers.; rarues aiivcmsing ny nm"i" 'i lv.... lh.in will hMlllf1llll t(l IllOlr lOllltl mate biiKUicaa; anything outside of this will necimrKPO ror scparnieiy. - Advertisers, for a specified I lino, ex m.a.11,... tl.ma nomOl. Will IKV III privl' lege of renewing their advertisements -iiinrt,.rlr i all extra changes will be nl.h....! ... rMouiiie-eoluma advertisement will bo chanted one-third mom tuau reguut rate tor single coinmna. -Funeral Nolle.-, Obituaries, or an other matter subserving private Internal will he elinrd for. Notion In lix'ul and ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 October 1868

tflffi CIIltONICLE t. n. mi.t.1t: 1 - f . a. ORAwr. Arm. Thrt Dollan per mmum In advmtc. JitfrJAV,:.. ..'..i.orr; 10, 1868. von I'ltitiwiDiaivT OF THal- UNITED STATES: HORATIO SEYMOXJE, TOR TICE.rilESIDEJJT : FRANK P, BLAIR, . . f MIH9lMt. EsecutiT hetul, Uuu Is bwtvit le gltimul Infercuce,! Vhlcli I, tht if war follow theirfclHjtion, it will be be cnufto tfte RiidlcnU resist their inaiiR- aratloru Wshavelonifccllcircdsuch to he their Mention ami believe it mtlir. " "Even thfl'felWOflwt miwsof the Radical party defiantl hotwt that If they cannot eleetGrhtby the ballot, they will by the bayonet.- It I in this way that the threatened, war is to be Inaugurated, and our great fear la that Northern Democrat are ot equally prepared and resolved to accept the issue. , t The government will not be saved without a war between Democracy find Radicalism. "We said this three years aco and repeat it now. If it in not avnd It will bo because Northern DemoeraU prefer slavery to danger. Ol.O Proc' ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 October 1868

Local Editor: 3, . OR AST, , , , r atm or Amsnnstwa. On dollar par tquar of ten lines or less. rl.ARKftVILLK, FRIDAY, OCT. 111. ism. RAILROAD TIME TAM.R. Trains Mouth, &. A. . una 6.K . M. Train North 8.10 A. M. Had 5.1 J p. sr. saBxsaBaBisBBawBaaBiBaBssaBaBaawaBW4SBa) A CIt OSS MAJZK-In future we wilt make a cross mark on the nar t1n of our paper, at a notification to all patron whom time of mbtorip- J (ion hat expired. Look outforOic croti mark and renew pour tub' eoription at once. Hexrt CotTNTV Fair Postpones. We are requested to announce that tha Fair to be held at Paris, Tenn., has been postponed to tbe 20th lust. Thanksgiving. -The President liu Issued a proclamation appointing November 20th as a day of thanks giving. Chancrby Cocrt. Judge Shack elford will hold Chancery Court In this city, commencing next Wednes day, f .- .- :. - , Registration. The Commission er of Registration requests us to state that be will Issue certificates to all who are entitled to them, on Mond...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 October 1868

' "1711X1 NEW FANNING MILL ATTEWTIOMri THE BEST COMBINED OlDffl SEED SIPMM IN EXISTENCE! THREE MACHINES IN ONE We Challenge the World to Produce Its Equal I II Is Compact and Staple In Construe' tlon, while for tHe Rapidity . and Variety or IU I Work It Is UNRIVALED I fimis M.wnrvE will ci.kast ant .1 aepllputa tllO Foulest Wheat from Kriirrt, Client, rocklc.hllglitcd, broken iiihI shriveled grain, and other Impurities, li'livillg the HKHT 1IKAI.TIIV, fl.lH ANII l-KKKKITgritlllH tOSOW. Kvory 1 11 1 1 K'U t fimiicr know Hip ml vanillic of Rowing PURE SEED WHEAT kii Hint when von ralHpa cropvmi will have NoTIIINU HI T Wll NAT, and cniieiueiit ly will I'lilmi three 01 lour IiunIicIh iiiiiiu to llio ncm. II iiiiM Wheiit for miirkct WITMmi'T U'.iMTK, saving Hie mmill grains. It will cliiift' from MS) tow biudicl if wheat x-r lny, mirt clcniicr nt mm ninnlUK through 1 1 ii ll liny Kun In the market. It clmtna Corn, Onla, Kyo, Hurler, Tlmn tliy, Clover, Hemp, Klua nml lli'iugiirhiit iIihhh...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 October 1868

RATES OF ADVERTISING.- Ten llnrt or leu, mH4 Xonpartll, contlltutr a Square. mo. MtOAItm. 1 0 J MO S XO 13 M6 1 Hn.ua re M 2 H'(iiBr'... H Hciuarn H (.ulumn.... ; Column.... a no s l 4 Sol I 001 11 00 12 00 16 (10 'JO 00 ffl 00 X, 00 4.1 (10 11 (10 I S 00 W (10 St'l 00 an on in oo M on nr oo ion no 00 10 (10 10 00 11 00 12 00 1(1 00 ift oo a no 17 oo ou 10 00 Vt Ml :v no to Hi 8 Uu 10 Oil III (XI 16 OO (.'oliimn 4 (Hiltunn..... 1 fl, IlimH itt IK) mi1 To Advertisers. J Tuition advertising by contract, for given time, will becnnllncd lo their legiti mate. Inigincas; anything nulaldo of lhl M ill lie charged for aepnrnicly. Advcrthier, for o specified time, ex. reading thru month, will have the privi lege, of rum-wing Hwl' rwtvcrtlacnicnls tiunrtorljri all extra changes will be C nmilil'e-rotnmn advert lanment will be charged nnn-lhlrd mora thttu regular rales for single coluinna. . a- r uneral Notion, Obituaries, or any other innlter subserving private Interval, will be charged 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. — 23 October 1868

THE CHRONICLE K..W. TlIOMA's; liDlTOrt. J. . n;iii.itt. j. a. bmst, PUI.I.IHIII1IIM AMI 'Ktll'HIEtOMH.- lemur Thrte IMInrn prr annum in atliawe. OIui'UhvHIo, Tcnn.K I'HIDAY OCT. 2.1, Ifc VOlt PUIOMIDKM1 OF THE UNITED STATES: HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF .Vl!l l'OMK. FOR' VfCE-PRESlDKNT : . Xi.ii.JM IV. Jr.. li Xil of Htssot ui of .Hissoiui. . HL ! i At the dateof our last i.-wne tlie're- turns from the Noitliern electlons lit diuated a Democratic defeat so signal as to leave no hope for success In No vember. 15ut as Democratic truth Vollowcd In the wakoof Radical false- Iwod, tlio aspect was Jiangcd for the , lttv It then appeared that the iter be to tha frontiers to quell tho bt1X,a1i 'i"1 ' tridra to makesueh reports against Im,ian, than 8outh to lmlIy while! JThe ccontinues, with- n Tiigh (ho Democracy ns would tend to fix mcn UI)J ,ai,0 npglW() nbove tliem I northwest wind. Know fell at York tho vww'crlng and etrengthen the I5ut LIack u the twt w.Ior,-and i.j.JvilK iir the upper portion ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 October 1868

4 'Vfi.r, i i - m -II t I ! .. . . ) ! ' i I THIS IVliTW ' FANNING MILL.. RUSH TO" THE RESCUE! I "tumla, ami nil WUSTftY " MKlt- nthora iliKlilnff (loud. Win and Mvrrmmllo. cnn tinTe from tu r cunt, by culllug ut tlw GREAT EXCITEIIEHT At Washington! Auction aid Commission House FAUMEUS A5D GRAIN DEAIEBS, ATTENTION!' COMBINED MIllS AID SEED SEPARATOR in existence: THREE ItlACHlHES 1H ONE on riv ii. nyaiAN,. Hnufti utile of PuhllP- Hqiiare, threo ilnor caxt fnrtn the National Hotel. In ClarkKVllle, Tcnmnwe. llrre you can thud a good as sortment of Spring ana Summer Dry Good's, Clothing, Boots, Shoes,' Hats, Millinery Goods, Notions, Qaeensware r n nyt 11 1 n else y ou want, at cither whole- or rcum. Don t forget the name ana place. I. H. UYM.O, AlCTIOXEER, South Side Public Square, 3d Door Ea t from National Hotel, Clark ill!'?, Tennessee. P. ! I will o)mo sell every description nt ropcty for1 AdmiiiiHtrntor. Kxccutor, rtmU'w. Aiicntnand 1'rlvate Parties, either on the treet, lu tlicc...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 October 1868

THE CHRONICLE J n. KF.ULKTT, Loeat Editors, A.' OR ANT, jiAim or ADVMmalNO. One dollar per eqnnra of ten linn or less. l'1AKKHVI t,I,V;. KRIDA Y, OCT. , lim. - z---. HtlLIIUAU T1.HK TABa.airnnis. Houth.XVi A.M. ml 0.3SF.M. Train North , 1.10 A. M. andi. HP. u. A f'Tn W t A Tfk' In future well" ,l,m for the building of the nnw nnd A tJCU&S UAIlA.in J"' c. ,mrorU.ilo church, In fouth Clnrksville, will make a cross mark on trie mar- , wllnh WM .i.riieiit.-d hviiishop Pnine one ain of our paper, as a notification to all patrons whose time of ;'r'n-i lion has expired. Look out for the notification rrau mark ana renew Vimr mark i l dll.laHl Af bnD i trripiw " vn,v. a i.i a Rogers advertise their grocery store n..nnn1 on ITrnnlrlln ut root Thov n street. They Ju"' "j"-'"-- " - " - ' will keen lurgo and well assorted j Stocks. ! T 'Pr'ntrliiiTsjt A Cn linvn A lnriro i 1'-. tj. lnngnurst ato. na'v o a largo lot of the celebrated Ilodley wagons for kale. KT V. Tt.wul no-ont. aetfl forth t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 October 1868

r , RATES OF ADVERTISING. Tm Una, or leu, totii yonparrtl. eerufftufr " 1 1 a Bjuare, 1 MO 1 MO 3 Mo (3 MO 13 Mo j 1(0 IK (to IM lit W """ t W Oil 10 VI) 13 'JO M I no 10 do u on 10 oj urn lo uu 12 on 13 on a 00 30 Of' I'J 00 15 00 il) Oil Wi 00 Si i lft 00 17 00 1,4 Oil Jli uo to 0) ! tf oo ho uo ii 10; v oo 05 qo r ' (Kl V 00 Hi nilliVt (HI Hm rt i J, 1 flqunrA. ..... 2 H4Ur M jur( M Column...,,., Column...,. V2 Column.:.,. -i Column...., 1 I'nlurnn To Portion adwrtHIng by contract, for a riven time, will beciiflnd o Vllr "flU ujiu bimlniwi: anvthlnil outaldo of U'l w ill be churned for neparaicly. , - Atvrlle. for "peeinnd time, ex olln ,hr.u month. Will tlttV the pHH leva of renewing Until- alvertleniei4ta iiimrterlv! all extra change will be charged for, : a-rmuiii.nlamn advertisement. 111 be charged onn-thlrd mora than regular rate. tor. ingiucoiumna. -Funeral Notice, Obituaries, or rn other matter aubaervlUB private IuUwm ..III hunLnMUil flr Notion In local and special coli'm...

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 1868

1 f THEGmICLE . t, A. bAKt. ; t r.-.nj; tttmr DalUtrn per annum in ewftrmr. FRIDAY,. ...r.7.;..V. OCT. 30, 180. tili I TE D ST ATE 8: HORATIO SEYMOUR, J JS'KW f0HK. FOR TICS-TRESIBENT r FRANK F. BLAIR, Ovfl correspomi(;nt"Non-voter" whorie coinrmintctUlnri may b ieon mr our first page, propounds questions to answer which would require an cluboratot routine upon government in general, and, In particular, the prln clplus upon which arc based the once free lnnUtutUn of till country. By flie pori'licai trutha thus uY-vclojied, it would bo necessary to test the consti tutionality of the existing govern ment of this State, and the legality of nil its acta. But this labor, even worir we competent to perform it, is jvif Accessary, since every intelligent man knows that this government was concelved-lrv tlio brain, ef traitors to constitutional Mhoi'ty,. brought forth nmld the strifo of contending armies and reared under tlio protection of federal bayonet. Since no honest man will deny' this...

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 1868

SET' THE CHRONICLE J S. NEBLETT, T-1 Loral Edltort. J. A. GRANT, HATRS Of ABVKBTISlnq, - - Otn dotUr per sqnara of ten line or less. CI.ARKKVIU.K. KltHMV.OCT. SO, ISSS. ( Lynch( of Mcmpht,( w kukH,. Wm. 1 itianoAD Ti.HETABir-TriiTi;itoblnfon, of Danville, Tennessee, "oath, .sit a.m. and 5.Kr.M. Train North (wounded; Matthew. McClure, of a.iu a. m. ami ..is r. tt. Nashville, wounded; Edward Port, , . A CR0SS MAHA'-In future tee f, Ittoon, K. J badly wounded. tt III make a cross mark On Vifi mar- i Tho others on the trestlo clung to tho tittm fit n.. 1)M ST. a ttotifloattnn , to aU patron whate ttme qf sufiscrfo. Hon ha expired. Look out for the mark and' rettcw your ,w,. scriptiont mtonce.. t i : i 11EV. R. A. HOLLAND, OF KENIUCKY, '....' rerbapa; the UHl eloquent Divine as tlie Amtrlna Continent, will deliver n '.aelare at tke M. R. Unrtk, In tills V SaJ a eja-ag .-, . rav . .vw - w- - lust. Stabler! I JBMlB4i.KJm. Doors open at t "elork. AitnilHl, ROrlik Tlcketa ran be bad at Helms...

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 1868

' v .: ' Aw to KgrWlitr A!.' Fruit Krowrr wbo ar ao fortunate M tohsww wtoter apples, em-proknf ttvrtr kftJlne by Mcklnr In uw dut.. other than pine. If potwiblo. Futlm onto dry placo for aoveral week be Jbra owing, prend out this) MMtoba perfectly dry. Keep yoar applea on UiatrcMlaiM poMlbla Mot to be tbochedvUivfrrM. Pick fa Um mid dle of pleaiuuit day, when perfectly dry. Handle with carp, and learo all the stoma on Pack no burlaed, wor my or defective frttW. Pack In bar icU, Take them and the saw ditst to the plaoa of packing, Hprinhlo air inch of the latter oi the bnttonaof the barrel. Place the applea la layers carefully on the aawdut a row next to the staves, and a row next to those, and ao on till you finish In the center With a single app le Cover thta layer with sawdust, and so continue until' the barrel is full, with a layer of fruit and a layer of sawdust, leaving an inch or more of fide latter on top. Put the head In wltuasllght pressure, gently shaking the barrel aud k...

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 1868

, r-r I 1 RATES i)f ADVERTISING JVn IMe or tt, taMd JfvnpwO, orutttutt is Square. XO. SQUARE. 11 Mola MO 3 MO t MO 1 12 MO 1 flruare ... 2 Squares....... S Muuarcs..,..., V Column....... Column... Column....,, , Column....... I Column i no 4 (10 on 0o io ot 12 00 16 00 20 00 Xl 00 HJ 00 ) no1 no 12 oo is oo 20 oo 26 00 ; oo 44 (10 n no ir. oo s on1 w io oo 2il (0 iooo 12 00 2T. 00 0 00 taws lit (Ml 17 00 V, 00 fiO 00 is 00 'J 00 v no : on nn So 00 ion no To Advertisers. . rrtlMMTrtllnljron;rct.ft 'a given time, win wronnN w "'' mate buglnesss anything imtalda of this eeedlng tlir month, will hove the privi lege of renewing their wlvtirUmrauiu .......ri. . .ii extra changes will be cl'"lFr, ,'?r.- . ..... -in ho charged one-third tnors than regular rATP lor Binuiv qwmiiiu olhrr matter suhearvlng private Interest, will be charged for. mtr Notices in local and special eolum are matters oi special tuiiv.-v. IJUHINEHS CAIiDH. Wm. Bboaodc a. Joan. M. Ric. Ao'T. BRO&DDUS & CO. Whol...

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 1868

Tng GIIKQNICLE n. vr; Thomas; editoisT-"' . SETlLETT. f. A. OttAKT. 2V li2 U LKTT As 11 A IN T , rt'OLiNiicrur Awf rsoi-nisroiuh IVraiav Tfirrr Dollar per annum m aduviee. Clui'kavlllo, Tciiu.s FniDAY,......r....'. XOV. C, 18C8. 1 Whilst wo are writing llrfw nrtrtfe tho country fs passing tlirongh a crlsU fur uur nvoDKUloua Uiau tUo four years war for tlio abolition of slavery. Tho war simply presenter! the ques-J tlon of freedom to the negro, without I tho suspicion of danger to the free-1 j . .1 . i uuui vi mv wiiuo nutn ; uie preMcnt criafs pivwnts sqtinroly the question of Constitutional Utterly or the-sla-vory that must follow tmlxrlitleil dos pntlsm tlio slavery of tho race nnd Tioth sections with n few New Eng land" aristocrats us masters of the en tiro tifople. JVnt whichever wny tlio decision fins gone It In elenr thnt the South ! has nothing to expect, for tho present, III llinniatr(.rt.tM.ini.ii.l t.llf ...! 1 7 . - r . i ,7 refutation in the columns of the pa- froni its ...

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 1868

THE CHRONICLE J . NEBLETT.I . Loral JMUon. J. A. GRANT, J atm ot tfTiiiim. On dollar per square of ten Hum or lees, cr,ARKMVit.i:; KHirAY, Nov, e. ism. RAILHOAO TIJSK TABI.E.-Traliis Koutu.g.to A.. MittP.M. Train North S.10 A. M. find 5.15 f. M CJIOSS MASK. Li future we will make orots mark on the mar pin of our paper, a a notification to all patrontuhote thneof $uhcrlp Hon hat expired. Look out for the rront mark and. renew your tub tcrlptionf at once.'. n i ' 1 " ' Rev. A. IlOllsmsV sXlsirea. Pursuant to Minouncement through the prcM and handbills this eminent young divine delivered hia lecture up on "Jcrutalcm," last Saturday night, In the M. E. Church, to a very Urge, appreciative and attentive audience. ICxpcctullon vm on tiptoe, notwith standing, overy anticipation vm fully realized. , In his p-aphlo description of locnl UIcm In and around the Holy City he used the most chaste and elegant dic tion, seemingly carrying Ms auditory within tbo snored precincts of the scenes he was...

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 1868

-1AHC AWAY YV CWKTAtLA. -r - r A Was! tm ftviaukarsv -.r r .-. i .j. . - . 4 , Jinks drank too much as all lib fricmlf knew, but. like many another Rood fellow vhr drinks, It won hard to convlnr Jinks that he ought to let up on it. Ho boarded at one of tho hotels, and nleht after nlRht he would remain until paxt midnight at the saloon bar, "hinting" it In, ren dering It neeensary morning after morning to have a cocktail brought up from the saloon before be could get (Ait of bed, and then another to brace him up for breakfast. Finally, - the bar attendant, who brought up the drink, remonstrated with him, tellin? htm that, If he eon tinned his oourra mueh longer, he would eerUiuly have the "ilm-jams." The what? " asked Jinks, not ex actly comprehending. "Tho . man with ibe jpoLer get makes afWr you see things have tho tremens." - - "Oh, nonsense," said Jinks, "you enn't scare me. ; I hnvo drank Juh so for fifteen years. It never hurts me. A cocktail or two In the morning and I'm all r...

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 1868

RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ten Utt or tern, toU4 jfonparrU, ttnttitute MO. SQUARES. 1 MO 1 MO I Mot w IS MO 1 Square........... 9 iuros..,... liuan-s.... K Column..... xL Colamn.n y. Column.. , Column...... 1 Pol nmn I to 4 m t oil uu tool 00 11 00 l 00 20 00 a oo v, uo 45 00 hu no IK 00 K 11 10 oo 13 W 16 UU m oo 'A uu , oo o ( ou 18 m 10 00 12 on to Ml 17 00 vtt 00 : Ou m m (m 00 SO 00 sa oo oo oo m on Ml W To Advertisers. mf Parties idmiWri by eontraet. Iter ' n iven time, will he confined I" their lea in mate business; anythln putslde of this will be charged forseparau-ly. awe- Advertisers, for M-inwl tlm, s-eedlns; three months, w 11 ' l."LrJ.T: logo of rene wins their advertUa-meiits -quarterly; all eslrn climm-o will be ''iiiSbi'Hmn advertisements will be chained ono-thlnl more than regular rates forslniiliieolumus. as-Funeral Notices, Obituaries, or any othiir matter mibac-vlng private Interest, will be rharned for. M- Notices In local anil special eolnma an matters of special co...

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 1868

TIIE CHRONICLE lt..V,THOMA8, EDITOR, M . Hm.g, A. iMt. PltMiIHUKnS AMD ritol-IUKTORS.. Tcrmtt Three Voilart jtrr annum in adtanct. Oltii'UMvtlle,, Tttuua fRITTAY...... SOV. T.T, r86H. . .n L-'-j . ' H!lv TilKHENone thlnjr the election has rtofiiilUly settled : tliikt I the- tiimp pn.vciJjJo Tuitrct of ft majority of tTie people of the JJoetli" fur tliosergf the Houth u hatred the mnrc'lrrrplacnble beciie it In suggested by cowardiPv-, ' unci kriit nllve by the noble and man ly virtues niul well-tried heroism of tliose against whom It Is harbored. ftnrlng theennvnw), the Radical lead en studiously avoided the discussion of principles and measures conncrva- tvo of lioerty and peace, and every argument tlioy addressed to their do ludeclTollowe r wutt bused upon some fubrlentwl luntnirOB of Kouthern vio lence agtiistr ttilevlng- negroes nnd still more roguish carpet-baggers, or some forged evldonoo- of' wliat they wre pleased to term smoulder ing in-bellion. Amid the dcMvtvtetf t'xeitt'...

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 1868

THE CHRONICLE J S. NEBLETT.l t. A. ORAXT, j .- ATM or ADVKRTIHIMU. One dollar per sitnnr of ten line or Ion. CLARKHVILLK, FKIIMY, NOV. 18, is. AIMtOAD TINE TABLC-Tralns Routh, M a. K. and &.X) r. u. Tralna North 8.10 A. x. and 3.1G r. M. A CROSS MARK. In future we will make a crott mark on the mar' gin of our paprr, a a notification to all patron uhote timeof tubtcriit tlon hat expired, took out for the vroiti mark and renew your tub tcrlpUont at once. " CLARKSVILLE CHRONICLE " lOXl REVIVE. : Tha nndorslg'ned, desiring to quit the publication of their paper, oiler the Clirou tela printing. material and stock for sale. The ofnc t wall iiippllnd with type of avery description, moat of It new, for a large, paper and every kind of Job work that In dono in plac of thl slxe. We havo lb roe presses, one of tliem Dadgcncr Jobbor, lately purchased. The Chronicle haa been In existence for a great many years, tlifl present proprietors jiavlng had It since OctolHr, 18G7. Ita sub scription I...

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