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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 February 1869

j. a. (iiiAS-r. A'. gOMlMO.V.. XEBLTTr Git ANT & SOLOM&X, ! 1 'n i i i i. . ,i r i ., 1-. YTrrnu.'. ThhJfU trt Jiri; iin?fm fir n(f i'7'oc ! l..:. ,, :, :: rsain Tins is A Wjuth Man 'if t- jiv Wiu-rja Mcjjm, 01arlciRvilI r.routi.t- fitrDAY.w I ' ,uxtt itxw. ...i.... . Th renljniif Ion of Wrrr. Cf. Brown low took effect yefterdiiy, and ho is no longer "Governor of TeiineWe. lie Is succeeded ly'Mri Hen tor, who assumes the gubernatorial chair by vlrtrtt of his office, m HpenU-er of tile Honnte. Whether or not this change will bo r the better, wo are yet una ble even to conjecture, but console ourselves With tlio rotletHIon that it can not make matters much 'worse. ' .Tho iilmplo. , aunounepment that l.rowuloW has resigned tlie; office of ,i6vcrnor which he lias so long usurp Oil and disgraced, will cause a thrill ' Jy tlirougbout titoCuUro StiiW, for Tie hns rcuiieretl himself us unpopular ATlth the liberal-minded men of his wvn party as he was odious to (ho Conservatives In t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 February 1869

CHRONICLE NF.Uf.BTT vRAMf ftOMtMc), riJiit.isiiKR ash pnni.nir.TORs. ,. .batm ttv AiveRTitiy. , , fttie tiollnr fcer' sqflflrc: wt terr lines or le CI.AKKHVIM.K.TmDAY. FE1I. iiS, IHflW. !7T ltAIMtAAO TIME T ABLK. , F.vnlng Tmlnt, North, Have at 6.1 Morning trains, North, leave at Kvonlng trulnsi Mntrth, leave Hi fl.'JO, Morning trains, South, leuve n' 3.35.. , I'retgln train, Honth, leave at II.S9I A. M. Freight trains, North, leavo at S.10 P. Jf . A VI! OSS M All h'.-In future i it' ll mnkr. a cross mark on the mn. , ui,uuf.oUrtKper, a a,f.itferr7 f flf( pttrroiWWriOBC rimroj uixf:ri- ' Hun ha tr.piir.il. . Look .pit r the j fro mam ana renew your buo enrijiiona at on3. ;,' A laugh lot of-Cheroots Just re ceived by Brlnghuint &t Co. Call in id Supply' ybiirjielve nt once'. The nineteenth commencement of tho Medical University of Nusliville Wilson & Co. ure erecting a building wan held yesterday,, . Tho Institution 1" tho worth Hide' of Commerce, De tain a flourishing condit...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 February 1869

THE CHRONICLE. CLARK8VILLE, FRIDAT, FEB. 26, '69. I ELECTION AND CUAUSE OF SEED. aBBaa Thii is a matter of primary im portance to the farmer, for however well he may manure and cultivate hit land, bis labor will be bnt thrown away if he neglect It obtain clean and sound seed of the moat approved Tarietioa, of whatever crop he intends to erow. It is the opinion of many practical men, that the crops of moat kindi of (tram will deteriorate when confined to selection of seed grown on the same farm, or even the gam, recrion of country , for many years in succession. Others maintain that by always selecting the beet seed from the crps grown on the farm, and taking particular care to have only such as are plump and well matured, the quality will improve from year to year. We think there is truth on both sides. . We have known a farmer to sell off the best of his grain and reserve ' that of inferior quality for seed, re- marking that, small aa it was, it would urow, and that, ho thought, wa...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 February 1869

ft ucl'TM. .,!ttarkakVale: --.FHa Febiniary 20, 1869. Wire aboard, o . 1 of " ' The Profits and'i Losses : i urn THE- IIISURAIICE BUSIIIESS I ..ui i:. v. I ' " "Ul't ' J! 0 ' " " '' '. tn the days .whon insurance , waa unknown, every man bad to bear the whole of his own losses by fire'or shipwrecks " If be Wat pOQr, and his case appealed especially to the sym pathies of .his friends, a contribution might be made on- his behalf to re place lame portion of what had boon takMi ifrom him; bus this was noth ing' which be could certainly count upon. Like ShakeHpuure'i Merchant nt .Venice, ail ot his fortune inifht be swept away, and he rendered pen nilesa ' in a, single night. This hap pen eVou' now, often; to those'who nre improvident eiiouuh nut to mxure their., pioporty. ,1'hc hard earnings if yean hiiihU before the flames tr the waves, and leave their former possessors to begin life anew. ' '. , ' Jnsurauco is a device whereby the nfTt' tf of. such calamities, iiu-tend of beinR coucon...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 February 1869

no oujcci 01 me crmiiuhcthcr meeting -was every ilnr ol ...... ,..,,, j iiii-n, f l io. i j j a-horao wnRou, with lnd, complete, Pi In. v w n w JASICART 1, 109. 8. D. Tower was ine t-mrim Fl"yu pa.iwvl up Mond ad Jogs aro rt-poi' ed in I ho i itv v FALL AJfD"j WINTER;7 1868. i oi- RE&DYMADECLOTHING Ccutlemeu's Fpruisliiug Goods. 5 T AM I pi muik ui Hi-mly Mmlf i liilhiiiK una Mi'ii's Kurullihiit liomli vi'r brought to Him niurki-t, mill diMirc Unit tlm trading public should (.nil und look tlmainh m y Biti.'k tii'loru mukiiiK lln'lr)un-hiiHi'. I will iiulHiiy tlnit my Hoods ure I'huuimr tlmu limy run l luul clscwlicrn, but l,-uv llila Ui-n!lon lv hiMtiviilcilhy IIiohc wliowlHh to pui-clmm. All I Sk m fair Iuspi-Ftlnq of iualllleai uud pclitr. My stock Imnluoly Tin1 gouiln lire nil WELL" CUT AND MADE, und I luivi! no lii'Mlliinov In navlni: Unit 1 run pli-fuM) you. If you M ill only j.)y,. . u trmi. Jauullwll (or . i , , (ASH EXCLUSIVELY, , ,r '. .H J i j I hi- uixl thi wvy m LOWE...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 March 1869

I. " TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS A IEAE, M ABTAXCI $2.50 tr rld Within Bit Monthi. t.OO At the lad of the Tear, J O D "W O It K Neatly tn4 Froniptly Iieeatcd. W AITING AND TRUSTING. - It rn Jans, when the- rone were flushing la myriad together and the air was laden with their perfume, that Richard Crindall, with a small bundle til his hand, crept from the liouso stealthily and darted quietly away. Tho mm was not up, and everything was quiet and still In the morning twilight. He stole along theUttle path In the orchard and soon stood In the front of a large white house, sur ' rounded by trees and flowers of al most erery variety. No one was stirring within; all was silent as the tomb. He looked long and wistfully toward one of the windows of the liouso, and at last called timidly to the sleenor within. "Aiiie." he said, "Allle, look out of the window." Ko answer was made and he called strain, this time with more boldness. The shutters were thrown open and a bripht head, with i...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 March 1869

THE CHRONICLE . . NF.BLf.TT- 4. At OMAR. vr. a. Bot.ono. NEDLETT, Ml INT & SOLOJION, IDITOIU) AMU riMlfHItTOllH. f'crnuv JVo Lot irt prr rimum in advance This ih a Whitk Man's Gov- r-HNMENT LET IT T5K CloVERNED MY WlIITB "Mm. ' ' v ; -ClufltWTlllC, Tcnn.i rniDAY,-. MARCH t tsco in a m urn gaanwaawi ia m i i m; . W'E predicted, wimo time ago, t hut the calling out of the militia would tend rather to augment than to allay etrlfo, and the frequent reports of flop rodatlong committed by these, rnga muHJas In arms verifies tho porreet nm of our prediction. . One of the scoundrels violated tho person of a negro fihl nfar Pulaski, last week, and in return wns well nigh killed by the rrlrl's father and his friends.; If this state of things should eontiuue Ions, President Grant will cither have to disband the militia or hciii! U ulted States troop to the localities where companies arts stationed to protect them from tho vengoauoo of an out raged people. ... ' Blnco writing tho abovo, wo ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 March 1869

the ctmoNiera: M:iH.KTT, eftAMT . NOI.OttOX, RATE or ADVKKTISIHO. One dollar per square of ten line or leu. CLARKKVILLK, FRIDAY, M'CII. , m . , j UAILBOAO TIMETAUI.K. .. Evening Trains, North, leave at 5.10. Mor-kUiR trains, Sorth, leave nt 8.U. i X F.vcnlng train, Honth, leave at 8.20, Morning tralnii, Month, leave at 8 85. Freight train, Houth, leave nt .Jl.ffi A. M. ' Fr.1irht Irurns, North, 1obv at f.lO T. i. A CROSS MARK. In future we will make a cross mark on the mar (tin of our paper, as a notification to all txUnmi w'mkw titnevf subscrip tion ha expired. Look out for the cross mark and renew your sub scriptions at once. .-. Jmi 11. Martin Ik a duly authorised Agent to receive nncl receipt for subscrip tloa to thef'riRomci.a. ..c'. h) -..I THE ( IIKOMtXE. . f - - " ' linnge of Publication Day. The fiirt tliat there aro now three rmpTN published In Clarks-vllle, p x .ii'iiiK oq consecutive days, and the ilisstitlr-fiw'tlon manifested by a largo number of our patrons In oonsequ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 March 1869

M CHRONICLE, CLARKSVILLE, FRIDAY. M'CH. 5, '01 THE MAX1TI OR MANATEE. . Wa remember when in Washing ton, shortly after tho Florida war, lUtoning with the deepest interest to graphic description of the capture ef one of these creatures by General Harney, who wns himself the chief actor on the occasion. It is somewhat surprising that, fill ed as Florida was at that timo with highly educated officers of both arms ef the service, none of them should nave taken the trouble to make draw ings of this curious beast, nor do we believe it has been done by any trav eler or naturalist. Let us hope that, as the Gulf of Mexico is to become the fashionable cruising ground for Now York yachtmen, some of them will endeavor to capture and bring alive to New York one of theso sea cows. The exploit would eclipse any thing heretofore performed by that gallant club. The following description, meager as it is, it the best wo have yc.t soon of the Manntoe; it is from Martin's West Indios. lie neglects, by ...

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 March 1869

I Jli J J " 1 L.. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS A TEAR, IX ADVANCE $2.50 tr Paid Within Six Month. 8.00 at the End of the Tear, GDARKSVI CHRONICLE. RATES OF ADVERTISING. MO. MCASKS. 11 SO SO l SO t MQ 111 MO 1 Ron are 4 5 On 12 (ml 15 ) 20 00 B on m on S) Oil1 t on ii ii IS Oil as oo 'Jo W it on tJi on ii On IA 0 t ( i" Ml OH MA tn M) 00 m m 100 0l Viinai-es..... S 8iiiiarnK oluinn.,..,, U, 'llluilll,.,.. H Column..., ... Pnltilti.i . . S mil s on 7 Oil in on .T O I J "VV O Tt K . Ifeatl; and Promptly Executed. , in (Hi; It mi VI (mi ir iu VOL. 4.--N0. 22. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1865. WHOLE NO. 493. is )!n on y m m ui no flnlSR on t i niiinm TIIE LEECHES OF THE PHESS. A soiHlble word Is a rare and valu able thing; and the value of it Is .greatly enhanced when It goes to en lighten a dull subject. The New Al bany Commercial gets off a column of very senHlble words about news paper publluhcrs and puff-huntora. It "goes In" to this latter class much Iti the same w...

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 March 1869

THE CHRONICLE r. A. BA!T. w. A. HOLOWDW. XEBLETf, GRANT & SOLOMON, pmnifl and rxoritnvroiM. Termtt JW I.ott r per oii'liim ll uilvaiint. Tins is a Wiiitb Mix's Oov- IMINMKNT t.Ef IT BE (JoVEHNED BY WllITfc MEX. PATITRDAY....,..-.JHAKCH 13, 1P6D MM tARHTII,l,KTOII.i( CO MAR K F.T Since our laHt report our murkit lias ruled tint and a decline of fully $1 per cwt. lias occurred. Advices from Tu w York and Xcw Orleans fbr several weeks past have been to the effect tbat our prices were too high, und admonishing Hhlppere , that tlicy would certainly lose money ut funuor prions., Thl liiw at lust had it cllect on oar- market, and lieues the decline noted above. - Offerings have been liberul, but not eo large as a hvr weeks previous, ow ing to harsh '"wealiict unauitod to handling tobacco. " Prices here arc very full yet, con tilderiug the other markets of. the world, and tlio.se who wait for better prices than those prevailing now, may faro wor.so than by Belling at this tinio. '. , Th...

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 March 1869

THE CHRONICLE ftt:t!LEir, tut AoLAmon, PIDLIHIIKIU! AND I'ROI'niETOnft. BATCH Of AIIVERTISINO. One dollar per square of ten lines or leas. Ci.ark8vii.le, H Axr nil at, Mahch 13, iiti ! RA1LIIOAU TIME TAULC F.veolnR Train, North, leave ot S.10. Morning trains, North, lunvo at S.fVi. Evening trains, Houth, leave nt 6.2U. Morning trains, Houth, leavo nt 8i,T. Freight trnlns, ftotith, leave at 11.2f a. n. Prelum trains. North, leave nt 8.10 r. M. A CItOSS MAlih'.In future we i wm ottract a much greater concourse will make a rron murk on the mar- . , , ... f,t,i of our papnr, as a votifnation01 visitors, and add largely to tho list infill titriairhonc timeof mitmpriir Hon hat expired. Look imt for the crow mark and renew your eub mripliont al onnn. Jon 5 H. Martin Is n duly authorized Agent to receive and receipt for subscrip tions to tho CnaoMMi.aV' 1 ' A CARD. The lust number of tho Tobacco Leaf contained n eomniunleotlon over the sig nature of "Timothy TuKgniatton, d. IX," lu which th...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 March 1869

"ill THE CHRONICLE. ClarltiTllIe. (iatnrdnj, March 13, '6?. WORK ASD WIVES. The venerable proverb ; The la borer is worthy of his hire, loe not ncm to be regarded a anything more than theoretically true. Mechanics, for an instance, are omonu; the moot diligent of laborer, but they render more important and valuable services to society for a loos pecuniary return than any otWft class of men. The mass of these intelligent and faith ful laborers, scarcely earn more than a scanty living. From some interesting statistics lately published regarding the con dition of tho working classes of the United States, wo learn that tho av erage life of our mechanics is esti mated at forty six and a half years, and tho average, number of days' work porforuicd in this elimato is two huudrod and fifty days in tho year. Here is exhibited a degree of atten tion to business, not emialed by any other class. Out of three hundred and thirteen working days in a year, only sisty-thrce are not devoted to the me...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 March 1869

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, 'nro wiuu 1 tear, is adyasc $2.50 If Paid Within Six Month. 3.00 nt the End of the Tear. J O 13 W O 11 It r jentlj and Promptly Executed, i , i, . ,- . i I . I ? .: ,-. i ( MRO Mill j K VOL. 4.--N0. 23. CLARKSVILLE,. TENN., SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1865. WHOLE NO. 494; MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Akrox, Ohio, call itself the Ce ment City. PaIiuS order silver dust' for' ladles' UtAtr.i XJ ' ' t " f i Ht. PETERflntTRO In to have a bo tanical congress la May. . ItUHBiA has4200 miles of railway, completed and building. Tub nonulation of Philadelphia Is now estimated at 7G,380 souls. ' - Oh ioaoo has nearly uixiy miles of ' Nicholson pavement. " " " Conic TiiEF.3 are bolnjr raised in Florida from seeds procured from Portugal. . Mazzoleni haslately been singing the part of "Mansanlello" in Naples. . Matilda Heron will soon appear ; In the lecture room", to discuss the drama. MadameConnrau, anewsoprano, Is attracting much attention in Paris. flT. Ixiuis proproses to purchase Its...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 March 1869

THE CH110NICLE , S. NKKLSTT. I i. A. CHANT. WV A'. KOIMUdS, NEBLETT, GRANT & SOLOMON, i , , --iiTon AXt fBoriiir.ToM.' ;' , Term:' Two l oll trn per nttnum (i a'tiinirt. tum -is .1 AVuiTfi Mak's GoV- I'.UNME.NT I,ET IT! ME (JOVKKSEIJ 11Y WlIlTK ME:. Clurlvillo, Tcuu.t HATt'lU)AY.........MAIlClI 20, J809 TIIK MIT of o.v:kvjtivk. Vfo notleo willi plea-Mure evident nljirri of a return to common bciihc on the lmrt of the opiuuwied and down trodden ileonle of our BUU. The treatment received by th ttmitrrern . peoplo tdrlco- the ; surrender of their Hrinle.", by the -party, in power, ha1 been marked by a perfidy and Infamy uniiarullelHd in modern Muie.i. Faith low and treanherwiw to th4 lAat degree Itnn been tlie conduct of the conqueror to tho Impoverished but gallttnt peo ple Who were vanquished. Iil-Vain have they held public meeting after pqtillo meeting, aswuriug th? country and tho world that they accepted tho xlUmtion in good f ilth ; In vain have Southern LogUluUires complied ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 March 1869

THE CHRONICLE rijni.iHiir.H4 add proprietors. . .l,ATi:" or ADVEBTiatWo), rtherloila 11 WiMft of tett lines' m m CLAHKSVII.LB, HatPbDAT, MARrit 20, 'I UACI.HOAD TIME f AHI.tU KffMltil Trains', riTrtn.feaVe'at !).' Morning tnilim, North, leave at 8.M. Kvcnlhg tralns.'fimith. leave at (1.20. Morning trains. Booth, leave at I 84. ' Freight train, Booth, leave at 11.25 A. K. Freight rums North, leave ot 8.10 p. M -Wsl Uiioadjjus A Co, ana it) receipt of. thin jUftgnlficcnt HH'ot spring. piayea rnucn tafti ip. iuh iuiecuons. A VltOSS M AUK. In future we will ma he a cross mark on the mar ftn nf ruir paper a a voHJlnatinn to itrt jHtrr'HiK wnose nmeoj suriserip Hnn Aat j-pfrd,i-Loot t for the cross mark and renew your tuff vcrtJitunn ur. unco, Jon n. MARTfH Is a duly authorised Agent to receive and receipt for eubscrlp ItlonitntlinCttRO'ttCLie. is Iil') '(. . Mr. Murtiii In also authorised to receive aulwcrlptlon M tlieDlXiK Kahmkh, nn ex-ci.-llcnl agricultural pupcr, published ni Nashvil...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 March 1869

THE CH1I0NICLE. flarkiTMe, Saturday, MarcB 30, '00. CULTIVATION ff? TIIESTBAWBERBT. None of tk berrie are bo beauti ful, and perhaps nobo are se popular an tho Strawberry, and w will add, iiono are raised more unruly or more easily, if only the right stops are taken. ' ' The first and most important part of tho cultivation, to securo large fruit, and a large crop, is deep tillage In gar don plots the ground should bo trenched at least throe spades deep, and care taken to keep the top soil uppermost. After the trenohing, tho bed should bo manured with well rotted home manure. This should be dono fully two months before tho time of planting, and tho ground packed over two or three times at in tervals of about two weeks, in order to got the manuro well mixed through thy soil before the plants are set. At the time of the first forking scat ter over tho ground a mixture oonv posed of bone dust 4-10. These pro portions suit our heavy soil; which is also much improved by a good coat of san...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 March 1869

.llATf.S or ADVERTMIXO, t I IrtnAdMlii M-f)ntim of tml ilnca' or n. than any we have Been Mnco we went a place In your paper. In the Patriot Tuesday ani We4nay. next, uur "3J .nj courting. ioUUuJQUiJuMtJliw.U . r.i.r (EHmONIOJLE SUPPLEMENT. ...Saturday, Mal-cli SO, 1869. 1 . The Profits and. Losses OK THE t INSUR&HCE BUSIHESS I In tie days when insurance was unknown, every man had to bear the whole of his own losses by fire or shipwreck, If ho was poor, and his raae appealed especially to the sym pathies of his friends, a contribution might bo made on hm behalf to, re .place aoiuu' portion' of wlmt had been taken from him; but thin wasiiuth-l ins ' Which hi? could ... , i certainly fount upon Like Mmkospeare b Merchant of A en.ee, all of hm fortune uiKtit . he hwept away, and lus rendered pen-1 uilesn in a single niuht. ... 1 mis imp., iiuiirt even now, often. to are improvident eunuch not to insure I heir pioperty. The bard earnings nf years vntiiah before the flames or the' wa...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 March 1869

VERYIOQY'S INTEREST Vor VNT TO SAVE MuNliY, L r'.ll tit tin oid e-UililKliiiicnt of , SIti (F TWO 8IIADK TKKKS.) VSi fin. M'W'V- IS irlcr til make room for tlie tyirmu lrii(1i, tiny offer f)1i' nriiiipst Inducement. Thry have h nplutidid uttMortnieut of Lmllei ui iGentH't Ci0lM, I1V CioolK, ClonlM, KIiiiwIn, 01tliiiy, ISootM ojlilWltoctf, Itotw.'; I TrunliH, TCt-. :: nw .:j.;:;iAi'! They houicht for from the flint ) IB .V irtvm,' and dlred from tliMiiniiufiieturerH In llonton, wliieh ena bles tliolll tom.dl lit t tic lowest pi Ices. Their polite corps of nlcniiiii an' con timiullv on the lookout for their frienda end iintroiiH. Mi'if.i. W. l'cnn Dawnoii, 1. Nlonii. A. yt. I'ink ami Kobert Mninlutrl si.'inl meeting to their pillions and UckIi-.' u continuance of their ciintoni. BLOCII BROS. Jan, 8, 'B!Mf. Tlltf WHEELER & WILSOX J,' ! IS' PREERRED. j;:,' It make!) the "Lock-Stitch." lt FeeniH will not ravel. It U alike on both Men. , It save thread and milk. It is easily threaded....

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 March 1869

I TITO DOLLABS 1 TEAR, IX ADYAXCK t'2.50 ir Paid Within Six Months. ! 8.00 nt the End of the Tear. , jrro ij o it. tc ' v Neatly 4 Promptly I xefnfed. ' MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. i aaaaaa Tlie office of Collector of the port .of 'w, York Js worth f 27,000 a year. 'V'Tnl olde. Inhabitant" Of Ken tucky is John lMekcral, aged 115. He must be a tough Huh. , Mns. IHna VlRS, near Nashville, Tumi., In 114 years old If she recol lects ai'lglit. Mb. Bei.mont. It l wild, values his ( liiuluio gallery at $.j00,000. , , (Miss Evans made nine thousand dollars out of "St. Elmo." There is advantage in feeding car rots to horses, In connection with oats r dry cut feed and hay. "Plough plough well manure." Thin was Cato's reply when asked the . (secret of successful forming. ;" A Bkitisii authority thinks that stagnant water is often tho cause of j abort Ion in cows and other domestic ' animals. , , , , Tiimk am flftwn mltnn factories in North Carolina, running 21,112 mi. I,, ,11. hi ami I n pi, I Kir nu...

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