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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 December 1868

v ! JCihkvaii xv it fifteen mile fcn(r, lKlit wliln, ami forthr nmwlwlMw all out huiKlrrd IViif lifify.an. Chick hmtiivror frlirea, clmrlou elwewt. UfHiylorv wm flrty mile within- slio wnlln,- wbbh were swvewty-flae)' feet high, With cm hundred brazen tratea. The IVmiile of Diannh, at KplieoiM,. u fuar liuD'IreJ and twenty feet to tli a smmoptof the roof. It vu one hundred jwim In tending. The fitrireat of tli pyramid la four liun etrctl ami olubtv-one fct lilirh, and Ix hundred and flfty-tunaj on th Idea; IU 1mm covers eleven acrea. The atone ore about thirty foetid lenwtb. awd the lavwra are three, hun dred an e'K It employed three hundred omitliirtr thousand men In bulMIn?. The labyrinth In Egypt contains three hundred chamber and twelve hullH. Thi-bos, In Effypt, pre vent runa twen:y-eeven mi its rutins. Athena waa tweut-fl, Uai1)e round, and contained txtor hundred and fifty tiramarpi'tttizeua and four hun dred ttuwrviml alavea. Th Temple t De'tSioe wun mi rich in donations thu...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 December 1868

RATES OF ADVERTISING. TV Unn Of. Un, toMd) Jfvnpantil, ecntttfvtf a aqvart. ye. NVaM II vols Mo S ol wo m MO 1 Bi a !..... I ttquaro... V t'oluuiu, 12 Coluina. 60 A Oil 4 no i oo 600 10 oo oo 13 00 1 00 15 00 80 UO 2., IN) Su u) 89 00 no oo 6 oo 1( 09 00 to oo oo V) 10 001 12 00 l 1.1 11 Ml 20 0U JU (0 2i 00 i (,'olum 16 ooji7 oias ook 01 nti an fHniA m,4,i 00 00 J Column. i Column... 30 0011'Ji 00' 40 m To Advertisers. 'Will bo el - Ad jwillnii tlirM luol lee;e uf renewing anHrterly: all e1 thulr advertmnmpni extra change win w 'iltubbw-olnrnn advertlsementf will ti.nd ono-tt.ird luor. than regular othir m"tlir subserving prlvata Interest. wJ!WZTli,K,l andapectalcomnis are mutton of special "nrf UUB1NKNH OAUPS. SAH'S. T. UAHRItWN. CEO. F. HILL & CO., Tobacco, and General Com- mission Merchants, . NO. 43, BBOAD STREET, IVEAV YOIIK. or1 ICTT CONSIGNMENT". CtAnKH S vule KeWfcy 1-eaf Toleoofor " tr. the New York Market, pledging our best ern'ru in selling pleWall wlo may oon fldn t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 December 1868

1. TIIECI110NICLE X . nnntrn-. -.-". r i. a. OKAKt. ' ' rcuusiitlts A.r mopiuE-ron.-1 .' .permit (7.se DOUunt p raimun in advance. T- T-lr- . " :j -z .FRIDAY, ..........DEC. 2B, 1M8. VAIEIMCTOKY.. , , The readers of the Chronicle need not now be told that Its position, prior to the war, was oti tlve side of the tJnlon,' up to the full of Fort Sum ter; That event belug the oetuul In auguration of the war, tho Chronicle, 1 bojt!; fromnytnprttliy and a sense of dutyr immediately took aides with tho South, and- hoe remained true to it op to the present raoruentf whilst many who were rabid ecesfonlsti before the war, are now Insymputhyj If not In active co-operation, with Che Jta llcalu, and loud in their denuwein tlon.oftlie torn and policy' of th& paper.- - - f . . . . . When the war ended rnd nominal "peitee-wos pre c' aimed, tho ChronI--. Ci-K belclylng that the wrongs and Murteilrigsof'the South were fur from Lelnjr at an end', planted it-self upon the policy of "masterly' Inact...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 December 1868

mm '&sVi TRM CHIjQNtCLE .4.HEBtET,) -T . j-oca. itUior. ... , PATES Or ADVItHTUtma. Oneciollnf per KihaM of ten lines or less. t.ani.v.t.n. F-nmAvTuE". V".. find little rooni for distinction-, Boutli, flLStt . . and J.35 r. lu. Tral" f ' 8.10 A. M. nnd .111 r. M, vi -MOOT MARKl ' Kiw ADVHBtI6EM5NT8.-)n tlie " 2-rli or January next, Mr. Chaa. O. Smlthi Executor of Mrs. C. P. John- oii, will sell seven lots oh Second and Commerce streets, on one or whlcn is a largo and valuable, brick dwelling; and other Improvements: ' ' 1 ; Adams A Co., advertise, the. '.'Em pire City .Furniture Polish." This article has been' used here by, furni ture dewier and private families, and , all speak Umdly In Us pralae. .Try a bottle of It. ..... ,,. . - 1 tr. J ' 8. F. Beaumont offers a oonvtmlent and-comfortable house for rent for next year. ' .1 " ' - -; A saloon, with all necessary fix ture", is offered for sale. 1 C. O. Smith, Executor, has Vno- tlce of the settlement of the estate of Mrs. C. I ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 December 1868

How Farmer irv )Triyv They tak good; papers .and read they stwr-p-aocousvU of ferm operax tlona. They do not leave their implement catterod over tho form, exposed to rain, snow and heat. They repair their tools and build' ingu at the proper time, and do not sutler a eiiwwKjtiant three-fold cxpen diture of time and money. They n their money Judiciously, And do not attend auction utiles to purchase air,-kinds of trumpery be oause it Is "cheap They bm that thir fences are well repaired; and their cattle are not found grazing in1 tha meadows, or grain fields, or orchards. They do not refuse to make experi ments in a small way of many new things. They plant fruit trees well, care for (hem, and of course get good crops. They practice economy by giving their stock good shelter during the winter,. abo good food, taking out all that is unsound, half-rotten, or mouldy. They do not keep tribes of cats and snarling dogs around their premises, who eat up mora in a month than they aro worth In a ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 January 1869

t RATES OF ADVERTISING., Ten Him or Uu, tutid J?mparcll, amttltuit t a flwar . I40AIIM. 1 MO 2 MO SMo MO 13 MO 1 HqtlnfS.i 2Mniiin..... 8 Hjaftr....M. iU 4 W 8 (10 too! too It 00 to wo ! 00 20 00 m oo M 00 mi no IS Of 20 nt w (4 to g 35 oa oooo M oo 10 00 otriia M) It Oil s M Uoiama 10 Oil 11 on II Ml 14 00 17 W IS 00 20 On A 00 Column... I 00 23 01) J Column..... 1 column 00 .n mi ; to .10 Oil to on tun no To Advertisers. Parties ndvertlsin by contract, for a Riven time, will uecontineu io iiicir ' mate IniKlneMj anything putaide of lull wlllbochnrged Ibr separately. r Advorlitun-., for .lieelflcd time, ex. lUm m..nlll. will have the prlvl. hue of renewlns their advertisements .i?urtxrif u extra changes will be lifed for. . ... he charged one-third more than regular into. toringiecuiimi-., s- Puncrul Notice., Obituaries, or nny other mutter autmorvlng private interest, will bo charged for. A Noticed In local and .pedal coluro. nre matter, or special contract. JLIUHIISEMH CAUD8. oro...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 January 1869

1 JL-JJLf" THE CHRONICLE i. a- Rii;DLt,rr. j. A. CHANT. V. A. Bf'tOMilf. KmKTT, GRANT & SOLOMON, rniTiitw amu r-Kof-fttrtotis, 3W , Thriya Dolltry p-r unnum in advance. OlarltnvlUc, Tonna rniDAY,.... JAN. 8, 1869 ;gM jjiiji n. tub Auajtrrr rstwAM at:o?i. The conoral nmncsly proclamation Af th President of th United 6tatc3 lias obliterated, ho fur us Executive Itmenry could avail fur, Mich ft pur vase, all traces of the recent war aud arptmdup the way for a return of fra ternal feeling and an oblivion of past animosities and the , bitterness grow ing out of the same. This act of na tional magnanimity, too Ion deferred fn the opinion of many, 1ms received o far ns wo have jbserved, the ap probation of the whole country. 2lon fall ehades of opinion, with here and there an exception, unite hi giv ing their corwi'ut to thia sweeping pardon;, so tlvat we may now well conetu that everybody Is satisfied that no ono shall hereafter bo punish ed for tho nartheborelu the rebellion. Ik is p...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 January 1869

THE CHRONICLE NEBLETT, ORANT A SOLOMON, run Ltait trig and raoi-iUEToicv . BATEa or ABVBBTtUIKO. One dollar pr aq.nn.re of tmn linn or leaa. CLAUKHVI 11.11, FK1DAY, JAN. a. 180? KAII.no.in TIME TABEC-Tralns Honth, S.Xi A. M. and, S.35 p. w. TnUns North 8.10 A. M. and 5.15 p. sf. ' 1 heart-burnings? Who would operiieii"t"'lraouBrwiiaunu'.iiyiarle. A ah OSS MATik'. Tn. Mure we'afreah tlio wnnn.ia whleh limn hn Tho new Cumborland river packot. John will make a cross mark on the trifir - EVX to all patrons whose time of subscrip tion ha expired. I-ook out for the cross mark and renew yovr sifO tcriptions at woe. Billy BuiNaiivusT has a very fine article of chewing tobacco, bo eides many other luxuries, and all the necessaries of life. A meetino of the Ministerial Ed- ucatlonnl Aid Society will be held in,braak tholr vows, and how few keep the office of C. O. Smith, Esq., to morrow evening at 3 o'clock. A full uttendnncuis requested, i .' ' Divine SunvicE.-Quarter1y meet lug will commenc...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 January 1869

THE BCBtlafi 4F MOnTAr "l tie burlWVnlirt tn nf 1 t"h mnd of ktoftbj over affairist lltlipor, but tin man knoWcth of IuhmcuIcUi unto this day." Xeul' xxHv, t.) By Ncbo's lonely mounthlrV,- On till aliln Jnrrtnn'n v; rn n vale In thn Inriil of Moub,- ,'itiere Ilea a lonely gram. And niVman dog that rnipnlenre;- .And rrt mnrt m-.l e'er; or Mm atiKfla of iofl nptrtrned t8 Sod And lata the dead man there.- 1 Tint wiu ttie (rrann'iwt itinera!" That ever naned on earth ; But nt man In nrd th trampling Or inw the train go forth. Jtntsrlnaaly a th unyllKh Ikjmea when I lie nlnht la doni And theorlnmnn streak on ocean'a enfeek Grown into the great sun lnlselessly M theafirlng-ttms Her crown of verdinu weaves. And all ItiMrwn on all the hill Upon their thousand" leares Bo, wlthonl sound of mualo, or vns.ee of them that wept. Silently dowitfrom the mountain crown The great proeesalon swept. Ferehanes the bnld otd englo On gray Hntlipeor's height. Out of hi. rooky erle looked on the wonriroussf...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 January 1869

I,ODOf Km a Mormon church with iie tliuunaiulnieiuWrt.jpy-ji r " r"i' i -&.' i MWiTZEui-At!) Is nereaiior to choose it repreaentatlvca in the Swim Con gross by direct universal suffrage. ri!mItT8.tW bctng feifeW fbrtlie aMinjr. of a national oonvr-ntlori.'o bo held In Lynchburg, Virginia. When a hog 1 fuund at larpln tho street of Charleston, ha la killed and hi c&rcaft distributed , to( the poor..; ,,. w ! .';'"" Alury In Phcnleld,' Eaglanff, m rently brouirlit in a verdict tf "mill tT, hut rp)mnapnd to nn-rcy because tho eviiionco waa uoi saustactory." TiiESftrntoga Board of Education yearn ago nlKjliMhcd WhlpplnR in the rn-liools. It noon not Work well, and now, by resolution, the rattan lit rwt- lorea. Time and vegetation have almost obliterated all trace of War from the ' HpoUsylvniilabiittle-fit-lclin Virginia, including tho once furmlable earth worka. ... Chicago manufactured 760,000 liar- WW hoga , and, 79,rjfJ0,000 buahofs of ,n- .... : .r A Kentueklan write to the ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 January 1869

THE CHRONICLE IT 1 Tlt .r TTl I. s. Kr.ni.r.rr. . A. SOLOMOS. NTEW.IUT COI.I.fcliE. Wo ti'ansfev"io 'hir colturws 'from i. a. ohakt, tiio free Christian uoniui'HTweiuiii, l nart or a lottef rotatrnir t Pldwart m hmM a a a v- m m a y-v a- y ' flMJlMf, ti KANT rMILU.ttUJ,, College, u iiiftltuttoa wOrldi wg l roifoiu asb PBoPKiEToiis, . dwm of ereat lmnorianei?, ami which rv Uhould bo of 'very frronl rtrtereirt tH '.TW-m.' Tus lk'Hilr per- annum t iKftvW'. 'J'rtM M A'WmtB Man'H OfV- hv Whitb Mkx, - . t, -' ; JAN. 1. I WO. Tilt IS tNt I11SK. !.: If theru remains In Hits breast of any deluded Individual u spurk of hope that !h" prcn'iit Hotierul Assembly ' would ml. Mil nii'itHiuvH looking to the : rAiif of (ll,ifj,-iinclilu(l iiia-i-crf in ht Ktnt7 the tuiUott uf the House in reginril-to UiJiiH,(f .Mr. JUohards, on Haturd;iy4laat, will, Hfylcjulitt-illy ob literate it. An for ourselves, we are tfat'dlitiniiiiiiitotl ; but on the coiilm- tt'.bhy display or mHjrnniilnilty br of Justice on...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 January 1869

A. i.i in ill ft - r 1 NEtusTT, .(f.iT. -t.. wwoS,,11f ,oul.nBl to us this week rr One inUninT y(tynro tfn lrtios or less. CLAKhVsVll.laai FHUWW. JAN. 0 IMS HAlLRO.t . I1JIX TABLE. Traill HouUi, a . "H ! r.M. Tm'f w"' ; M 3.10 A. M. SOld 5.1A V, M. ... tnnfiUtUnl SU l- the CUn,ry' Und ftny 'i T.ri- - J i...i ...A. rroM nifiri etna renrw tcripttonfttt oue4f " .' '' ifom tub- - i ' i- .1 . imj oi TIIB IIR03CEE FOB 1M rvai '' r- i i' ",! Nurierlptlon Price Red ore. ttft.j.1 'l."- n..r..M. ..Utr. na Y Hll mo vmn ui tuni"iiuMit farr.o.lbif,to tho stringency of the tline-Twc havcd-termlnt,! to m - ftd,-nc$2.60 if paid- svHhla- riK .1.... CI V1 If Un li.ln jiiuiL rjr ' " until the end of the year. In taking tUli Up r fl Jt V lh lo- 'Ai 11 iv UcrHtoodaK adiultUnji (but our, paper . 1 worth 1mm now than it ba been at any tlmo in tho pat but even the largent nud roo Iiiflneutlul JoiirnalH in tho State have adopted tUo plan of economiing by oouMOlUIation or OUi efwtse t'curtalUiig current expe...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 January 1869

THE CHRONICLE FRIDAY,. .JAN. 16,. i860 J From Colmnn's Iturnl World. EXPERIMENT WirU fOTATOKS Ol'TTlNrl OFK Till BLOSSOMS. Several ycara ago 1 had a jonng German working for ine, who called my atttcution, ut the . time of the flowering of the potatber, to the great numbor of bloiwumD, and told me that I would havo a light crop of po tatoes. Upon my axking him for h'm reasons, he laid that he had hoard old folks say, that "many flowers f w potato.' I only remembered it t ; i art a singular remark, concluding it irk, ny was one of the many wise old saws -rliitTi ( ' naii .In mast ' We havo not, as yet, any of the nrw-fanglcd, ten-legged Colorado po-tato-bugx; but we have an old faBh iimcd' sort a Mind of blistor-boetlc I haven't time to hunt up tho scien tific, name), that feeds on tho potato plant in a quiet sort of a way with out usually doing much harm. This year they were just attout nu merous cnongli to cut tho blossoms as fast as they apppearcd, seemingly thinking them tho choic...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 January 1869

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Mkh. Lyox, iiffcd hundred yearn, tiled In on the 8J. nearly one McMiuuvllle Meat I soiling in the Nashville. rauiKci at irom nix to ton cents pouna. A n ale of Peeler cotton, nhlppcl iiwu pit'iupiim, wm mom in navatinan uk lorijr-iivo ct'nn per pound. Tub King of Sweden refused to al low 1'rlnpo NAnolorm tn Tb.n.twh.tlo the KIiir'h pranufiitlier, with a view IU 1UUHU1U1011. The society for tlm propagation of n mo I'.oinun untnoiic rumi, wnow iicau-quartera are In New xorK, re ceived latt year $1,000,000. of which $900,000 was from subscriptions of one con i per wcck. A Nevada miner recently sent on KiiHt for lua family, and when he met them the other clay hi wife could not recoenlxe him until he had oliaved, and urlbe of augar-plum mono recone-ueu iu ciiiiuren lo call ing him papa. It Ik not generally known that tlio leaven 01 a geranium are an excellent application forcuU, where the akin 1m rubbed olr. and other wounds of that kind. Ono or two leaven must be br...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 January 1869

attest IiTf If t ti i iirivfriT'iii va. smii.rrr. ' . a. tiHAtct. V", A. BOIA.MON. KliBLETT, OMNT & SOLOMON, K11ITOUS A'.VU I'ltOI'MCTOKS. Term Two I ill in prv annum in mlianrt. Tiim in a White Man's Uov hunment i.rcr it he Govehned 11 y Whitj: Mp.jc. Oliu-lcMvlllo, Temi.i 1 FMP.VY 3 AS. 22, 180!). THE I.VHSOXH OF IllftrOIlV. Tionl Holingliroke, one of tlio grent est libitoiituia and plilltifwiplu'ra the world ever produced, said that "his tory Ispliilowipliy teaching by exam ple." It would bo well for thU coun try If ourlaw-mnkers would ever re member lliW mid kvepitpromlnently in view m guklo t) tUolr notion. In fact, uiHiistaliicd by the oxiunplcH which history bax fumlnhed uk, plill- phy Is a more abstraction a the ory of but little Importance; -while for n atate.-tm in And legislator the leu- hoiis of liLstory are of Inestimable value. In tho halls of Congress and through the medium of the pros, the question Is now being agitated of a Kiidden return to upeclo payment. Befo...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 January 1869

o TirenQHltOKlCLE y: Em.tTT, oka xt f t , nolomox, lUUIISHKHS AND PROl'hlKTOllH. KATE lir ADVKIlTIHII.fi. mn dollar piw square of ten line or less. CI.AItKSVII.LE, FRIDAY, JAN. 22. 1HH9 : ItAILROAD TIME TABLE. Trains Mouth, .: a.m. and S.&iF.m. Train North it.li) A. m. atidS.lt P. M. . ' A CROSS MARK. In future we will make a cross mark on the mar' flin of our pdprr, n a noHJIcntim fo all patrons waose imieuj h Hon has expired. Look out for the rrons mark and renew your suo scriptions at once. ' Calvin Fekouson, a former citi zen mid tobacco merchant of Nash ville, died at Lynchburg, Va., on the 17th Inat. In the case of B. O. Keesoe, D. . Kennedy et nls. vs. R. W. Hum l.hrcys, J. P. Y. Whltflold and W. V. Hume, School Directors, Judge Lfiuek has dec ided that tholnjuuction should ho dissolved. We are gratified to notlco that the work of cleaning the streets has heen commenced, and liopo that It will be )UHhed forward vigorously until ev ery part of our public thoroughfares ahul...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 January 1869

THE CHRONICLE FRIDAY,....- JAN. 2, 1800. Cabbages nnd Foul Air. - Most. of us lmvo noticed that man j cahhngoa which appear hard and ev ery Way found, liavo, when caton as cold slaw, nn offensive tasto. This arises not from any imperfection in tilio cabbajro head, caused by rot or otherwise, but by tlio absorption of iioxiuuH gaxos nfter it has ceased to grow. louljtlcss much of thoSapeoriy growth of the cabbage is duo fa the unbalances that are tiikon up by the leaves and converted by thorn into vegetable tissue. Now this absorption of foul air by the leaves of the cabbage goes on af . ter the plant is taken from the ground where it has grown and even after the bond has been severed from the stalk; but us the plant has no longer to take up moisturo by means of the roots, and is withal deprived of pun- light, iho gases which in tho growing pitint were convurted into a nutri ciotis article of food, are now only mechanically held by tho leaves and aro ready to give off au unpleasant o...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 January 1869

RATES OF ADVERTISIHG.T yaarc 1 r; 7 iMolKolkoan lt'xa 190 4I son 100 15 00 6 (It) S Ml 10 On 12 O0 90 00 8 Oil 10 01 12 01) IS 110 25 00 J1 0 It Oil IS (Nl 20 09 ' no Do 13 o is do 20 on -j io ' sa m 1 00 17 Oil 2 (Nl St 00 60 00 2ft 00 HO 00 tti 00 43 00 S 00 no im :ti (m 4ii mi mi no lno im no. nvum 1 Hqimro S.Huiiri... H M'liitir".... i Oolntun...., J oliimn... M IMnnin. , ('iiluiiiii 1 I'nlnmn To Advertisers. i T i t I " ' ' fl' V na rtirtlM ad vMrtUIng by otitrart, tor Klveu tliim, will ha confined to their It'ultl niiite IxiKliirm; anything outaldo of till! r- A'lviljiipns for aw-olfled time, re,llnir ihrn mi.flh. will have til nrlvl- Ickc u( renewing llielr advertisements mil ' Iv : nil extra chauitoa will be clui'uert for. : '"" ' e- Dnuiila-aolamn advartiasmeat will lie olintue.l ons-thlnl more lliuu regular riiti'K fn 'niimlnmiuinnn. - Funeral Notices, Obituaries, or any other inntirtr Htilwcrvlng private, latareal, will da chinned for. - Notice in local and npcclal column...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 January 1869

en'tllOM tkmd;. o lmv ht tabular fprm, lLl,. ' iH'bt tine on account of hi Idyi J lf,6T7 33 ''ir-SIIwS iiiiiciiieiiiicss, as follows : I.lllllll I 'l IMt O II Ml I.I a.ir ',y-V7.... lwfi) no 1 - A'tinrf mock i o I II ASSKT.. Ftrw In W. C. -4 L. It. It 'duo tn Hlink In C ii ksvltlc fins Co ! tHKI IM WrrBntthnn .Mill III . uius rroei vui.de.,.. l'nil estate held fur back U.x. . inrivu nip .i 0,i.'IS (,n ,II2 Tl t .,..; anilsrrXreiltlo Wclionl flu li It m e say. ltt frmn Cnunly isclmnl Conies... Lower Red rivif brtdtf ... Taxi now due..,..,, .... Ibstl fetal J Kljncuut......,.-..-...,..-T..-...... . w u- i.im.iiiti. .-. mier assets soy.......,...,, ,JU ThelraperaUve necessity of making The afcove statement may not bo Clarksvllle a manufacturing point, in exactly correct, but it Ik u very dose ' prder to mnke It the floiirlalUiig, iop iippioxluiation to tin true condition ; tilous place that It nhoulil.be, ye lre- ot pur city atlalrs, fmanoiully, Of course, eiu.li 0B8.f our itizen will ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 January 1869

r ... THE CimONICLE c a Kjtr 1 fc.i -.. ' xkiii.ktt, ur4jit t noi.o.wo. ratk gr AVVEnTisiwo. One dolliir per square of ten line or les. r:t..iKs'vitI,V r'illDAY, JAN. 2, ko FRItillTFlL CASBAI-TT., J7I r Nr.Jolia ivitrhni. ) Mr. John Baynham, a well known citizen of New Providence, mot with a suddou and violent death lastFriday night Hat few partteulara ki -refer-en co to this sud affair have been ob tained, owing to the fact tlmt he wan alone when it happened. He was lu the city during the day, Friday, at tending the tobacco sale, And as near A Clt OSS MARK In future to& ve been able to ascertain, he will make a cront mark on the mar- left here' about dark, dn foot, to return Ittll.ltOAD TIME TABLE. Trains ; Hon th, Vtt A. M. anil S.S5 r. x. . Trains Kofi h 3.10 A. M. nml5.I5 p. M. '' of our paper, a notification to nil patron whose time of lubscrhh. linn ha expired. Look out for the promt mark and renew ywir sufl- ecription at once. - . JJisnof ' MoT yeirb will visit this piuee...

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