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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 March 1869

TIIE'CmiONlCLE , .' ii-TIil -.'Ji i l f t .A.I J. Av OKAN't. 4. HfrfAlWolV NEBLETT, GRANT & SOLOMOJi, . BniTOIt An PIKlUETOR : ' Urmt Tim Loti ir per annum in nd'-unte. ' Tiiih m A. Whitk Man's Oov- fcHNUKNT LET- IT liH -Oo VKHM HU OlarUn-rlllc. Tni.f BATUUPAY. ...... .MATtCII 2T, 1W.9 , : IM.tIIllATIO.. . . ThoIWdtoa I'owf, ii bnim'onUiig on tho South tm ftn Inviting flvei for lulior und onpitat, piwntw the follow ing Kewdble vk'W of the nltuntlon I ''Tlio'leiuHng Wnithern rnilrondH, to tho numtirr of imo tlitrfy or forty, have taken rmpwfwivt uftloii w-llh'n vlow to inducing oDifrrttioii tottutt Hcctlnn of country. In a recent con ' vpntiim nt Atlanta the Auinngora 4f tho various roudu which form conucc tlons with tho Jforth and West agreed to a reduction of tliuir passenger tar iff, by which excursionists who have la view the invent ruont of cnpitnl, the imrclmw! of land, orntttleincnt, may, until July 1, mnko A trip of observa tion through the Southern KIMes, ruin the Atlant...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 March 1869

THE CHRONICLE ?i Kill. KIT, MAKT N4lKIOy, nrni.IHMKM AND PHOFHIKTOKJl. HATH O AnVKRTUHNO. , finedolliif per stitlst often llnni nt lux. ri.AHKMVIt.l.g, HATTOrMY, Mabch 27, mi r niMtolb t-INHTAnLRr KVonliig Train, NortH.'lfitti at 1.10, T-fornlng trains, North, leave at 3.39. livening trains, Honth, leave at (1.20. Morning train, South, leave at S5. . ' Vr right trains, Houtb, lcriv at HA Ai M. Freight trains, North, leave nt 8.10 V. Jt. A CROSS MARK. In future vie trill make a cross mark on (he mar gin oj ' our paper, as noijfinatim 7n rtl patrons whose time of suhserip 1'nm fitfs , expired, Look out or the cross 'mark and renew your" sub Kcripfiotis at ocC; - mm Jon H. Marti In n duly authorised Agent l receive and receipt fur subscrip tions to tbe (UUONCI.F.., , i, ;:- -,! Mr. Mnrtln In bIho authorized to receive Hiihvrlptlnnstn the tIxrj Fahmkr, nn ex cel! i-iit agricultural paper, published at Nashville, Tenn. R. II. Ktkwart Iiim Rime pnrb "Wines arid Brandies, expressly for med...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 March 1869

THE CHRONICLE, Mlarbiville,'StiirtL), March 2 iiO A GRAND ENTERPRISE. Wo-find the following in th Talla dega (Alabama) Reporter r Tlio old idea of connocting tie Water of tig Teunoaaeo and Alabama rivers by a canal, ban ber ravived ilaurj,. in a recent Buioutifio report upon tne topogrnpnjr ot tho country, jonews iu augcBtion. aa to the prao ticability . of his ernnd cnternriao. The Montgomery Mail, and other Alabama papern, have taken up the ruujui-t hiiu coinmcutoa upon it, ana suggest that a survey might bo wade finder 'the' recent appropriation 1 to complete the survey of the Coosa, so aa to test in a eatitflictory manner this interesting question. It is, per haps, not gonerally known that Wills Creek, ono of the tributaries of the Coosa Hirer, has its source within a mile of tho Tennecsee Hirer, and that the intervening Bpaeo is compara tively level. Old settlers have all insisted that the waters of the Ton iiCHsce might be brought through to tho Coosa by tho way of Wills Creek...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 April 1869

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS A IIAB, IN ADYANCE -p.99 If. raid Wltfcla Six Months.. ; 1.00 M the End of IVt Tear, J O B W O II IC Neatly and Promptly Executed. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. . Is'BW Yok baa 500 churches. . A wooden railroad U being built In Wisconsin. Indiana paid $2,510,579 of Internal revenue laut year. . Tug "war debt" of Indianapolis fa only ubout $38,000. Savannah, Georgia, la shipping pine lumber to Scotland. The wanes of bricklayers In New York range from $i 60 to $6 00 per i"y. , . Qt'EEN Isabella of Ppaln now thinks of abdicating in favor of her son. . It Is thought that Longstreet will wot be i-onllruied Surveyor of the port of New Orleans, notwithstanding he lias the almost undivided support of the Southern Henaton Only thirty miles of the C'liloago, rtock Island nnd l'aeiflf! rnllrnad re inuin to bo built to complete the road to the Missouri river, conneatiug it with the Union Pacific railroad. The gentleman who finds that he lias iiibulted or injured un inn...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 April 1869

THE CHRONICLE ArS.NBM.kTT. . A. CIWIKT. W. A. SOLOMON. XEBLETT, GRANT & SOLOMON, CDiTonn A.vu iMiorRiETftun. Ttrmtl I'm 1 ott iri irp aimum In ack.irtor. This r a White Man's Oov f:rmsrB.T let it iik CIovkuned BY WlIITK MKW. ' ' ClitrlfMvlllo, Toiin.t HATI'IIDAY APRIL 3, 1800 the MOITII-IIIK UIKtE AXI 1'OI.H'V. We have said that all which the rnuUo to rou,ld tbvva "1 the re-; the work. South asks of General Grant, says j qtjlrementa. . - . Mt'M.EK, once Vpliyslcian In the Now Orleans Times, Is that he so ur warehousemen having failed . Springfield, Massachusetts, l under aitnilnlstertho Executive Department!10 "'llort to the number of hogs-.sentence of death at Chicago for mur of the Government as to protect oui-i,,vadH 801(1 l.v ciwdi, we are unable to ,,c.r- !, "PP'-ars that, In company people from wrong, Injustice, and the 'tiers the exact amount of .'Vr TACvhlX ronflscutlou and plunder of -their sub-!saIe"sl'ioe lt report, but. can place Chicago, nnd to prevent his guilt be-...

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

THE CIIltONICLE SMIJ.KTT, 4 J RANT NOMfOS, n'ni.iMiiKim asd rnoi'itiKToR. HAIRS Of ADVERTISING. One 0i.1l.ir per square of ten Hues or less. CI.AKKSVM.I.K, HATI'HIIAY, APIIII. 8, lSl.l) KAILUttAD TinKtABLC . ;. I'.venlng Trnlm, North, leave nt 8.10. . Morning train, North, leave nt 8.5.1. ' Evening trains, 8011th, liave at 6.20. Morning trnliiK, Houth, leave nt 3 3-'i. Ir'rcUtUt trulus, Month, leave at ll.il'i A. M. Knight trains, yorth, leave nt 8.11) P. M. A CllOSf MA HIC In future, we will tiiiil.-r, a crom mark on the mar gin of our paper, as a notification to al( patrons whose time of subscrip tion has expired. Look out for the t russ mark atul renew your .suit eerijitions at once. Jon H. Martin In n duly authorized .A unit to receive nml receipt for subsrrlp tion In t ho I'll HON ICI.K. Mr. Murtlti Ih also ftuthnrlacd to reciMve PIlllMITlptlnUStO till' DIXIE Kahjtkm, nn ex cellent agricultural -pars-r, published 11 1 Nashville, Ten 11. The I'iii-In Intelligencer says that $10,...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 April 1869

THE CHRONICLE Clarktvillo, Saturday,. April 3, 1S00 FOBTT DAYS CORX. As almost everybody ie a lover of green com, and as we are generally very anxious to necuro it as early in the season as possible. I have been to ii conuidorable troubld and expense tot the last few years to find that grcut desideratum, the earliest corn grown. I bavo tried a great ninny kinds advertised by tccdsmcn as tho earliest and best, but I hare -as yet fuilcd to- find any that is as early and desirable as what 1 call ''forty days corn," which I obtained from a frieud in M is a;lius-ttj. Although this corn will not ma ture in fortr days, it will come the nearest to it of any that I have been as yet able to find. I had corn of this kind ready for the table July 4th, although it was very cold and rainy the fure part of the season, and a severe hail storm cut it down on the second of June, the past ecason. I have oltiinrd at tho rate of two hundred dollars per aero for this kind of corn in tho roasting eats. -A...

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

f W I . -n tIcta TVT If C I I kmiUIAA t ie 1 in hvr IllB ho "rot tu It JU5 SL'PPJLE . ,.t:.: ' I' i ! ,'i T,- i i Saturday OHa hwkv.v. ;;- ( l i ) . .. .pril 3, 18G9. A or THE AGE, loU- ;tu . JOW, leiis long ' nnl rich sock lie th, nt show, "Tliia uf tho) glverr Itqiliiy It-ring ution, 1 there' eh we stuy ot lot leas lain twd marked f them' iiibltion ;nst nnd one of ' seen, In Of the avo not j lances of ilhl won-, or Ijow ok rider, aurieil nt at show, lay nipM itered the ulett, near ched seve ?y.' They ng to Mr. i his room r, from nil Ight to ex t were one ten dollar Tennessee. 11 nnd some tUssippflarod nates of the residence o' ley cut twe iid, nnboltot . Mot find nfety in at :h, they de it an attetnp iouso of Mr e same parly on the alert :o give the eptlon. Tli' ,y a gan o we to It thr 11 seeurexl ii Uy of Mr. J fewdayHln'c that Holiei iui well know a drowned I ec-Us ago.' Tl tho ocenrreh 1, but we uudt non with mill eiiif from Cla attempting , the eauoo w , soldier In 1 genial, g...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 April 1869

ciiwmv t niria naiimti. n-o luit IV( tot till' U'tr Mill tut that uui xmmnmnMn NOW RECEIVING! ClarkiTlllf, Saturday, April 8, 1889 A T- Coultor, Hillman & Co's FOR THE ill! ilUVll I Our Entire Stock WILL BE COMPLETE , 1IV JV FlUW DAYS -We desire- 3NT O TO CALL l'ttrtlcular Vttoiitloii ! -TO A- LARGE INVOICE -0F- Oar pets ! just iw. The Old tuck. We are prepared. WITH A NEW ONE! To supply the lucrcaulng Demand FOR C JS. It, 1? 13 T H In this community. We will be pleased to have our customers, and the friends generally, call In and look at these Carpets. Very respectfully, Coulter, Hillman & Co. March 5, lHW-tf ' Chronicle Supplement. BLAXKS OF KVEIIT DESCIUPTIOX, NEATLY priuttd Mid tor sale it Chiohicli OrrKs. BRIGHAI YOUXG'8 THEATER. Portraits from Amongthe Audience. From a Suit I-nlto Letter to the Boston Brigham Young owns "a theater which cost, it is said, two hundred ..... . thousand dollars, and wnicn mm yield ed a large revenue. It is a well-built edifice, nearly as l...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 April 1869

1 BBBissiaaBisssB.aBSaB.I,,.ds.tf,.(at........ - , . . Tznr.is of subscription. : ' TWO UOLLiUS A IkAB, L ADYAXIE ' 12.50 If Paid Within Six Months 3.00 at the Knd or the Tear, T O H - W O II It Neatly and rromplljr Executed. FATES OF ADVERTISING. KO. SaBAEKS. If MO 8 1(0 12 MO iHqnnrn Kiniiri.(i.. H loiuare 'i Column J.j ' rl ii iii it j Column 5, Column 2 Bui It on in no 20 no Stt no ao (i n no A f Ml 7 (HI 12 (HI 1(1 (ml 2 Oil l.l HI 1(1 im1 12 (HI! I'l Utl'M CO 1-2 ("('ii unjiM (in'isi in) I.I 00 17 mi 2" MI ! :tr IK) 2i l;8l 0:A 10 41 (HI U) l H. I llll' til (HI (III Oil fo nu " on inn nu To Advertisers. rnrtlea n.lvpi UnIiih by Pun tract, for a Kivi'n linn', will in: contiiictl to I In ir liltl iiiiiIm luiuine; iin.MhinK outi.iilit of till w ill lie i-luu'tci'il tor sepiirntelv. Ailvei-Users, for n Ntiwirii.il thna, fi oi'nllim throe mom In. -1 II tin vv tli- prlvl li'KO of renewing their nilvcillMiiieiila jimrti-iiy ; nil ttxtiit i-bunges will lit; clinrm-ii lor. Uoublc-cnlnn...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 April 1869

THE CHRONICLE J. 3. Nr.nLKTT. vr, J. a. qua::?. A. BOIjOMOM NEBLETT, GRANT & SOLOMON, EDITOIW AJtD ruOI'IUKTOH. Tcrnut Two tctlvt ur annum in adraitre. This is a White Man's OoV-ernment-tbt 'it w? governed by White Men. Clui-kwTllIe,' TLVnn.f 8 An: ud a y .; a piur. i n, i son THE TQl'K IXTEKEKT OF TOWN ANI tOl'XTY. Ol II Ve nre HhllHfled, from what we oc casionally ace in our Northern cx chunge, and from other sourcesof In formation, tliat thrrc Is a wlde-Mpread impresHlon among tlie ikivjiIo of the Northern States, that Tennessee Is an nnnafe place for a Northern man. It iti not cany to calculate the mlnchicf that has boon done to us as a people, and to the material prosperity of our 8 la to by this unfounded opinion. It Is needless here to refer at length to the causes that have produced this la mentablo sfntc of tifl'ulrs. Tt is enough for us to know Unit it exlsU, and has done us infinite harm. But for this erroneous Impression, immigration, bringing with it a full tide of ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 April 1869

THE CHRONICLE NCU1.UTT,'- AtKAS AOLAMOX, ri'ni.ixiy.ns and proprietors. RATR8 Of ADVCKT1HIKO. One dollar fx-r square of ten llnet or less. Ci.AKKMVii.i.n, HAnrnnAT, Ai'itn. 10, lsmi HAII.ROAD TlflHTAHl.E. Fretilin Trains, Korth, lae fit S.10. Morning trains, North, leave At S.SS. Kvenlug trains, Mouth, leave at (.30. Moi niliK trnlns, Ronth, lcnva at 3 35. I' M'lKlit trains, Knuth, loave at 1I.S5 A. M. Frelitht t ruins, North, loave at 8.10 I'. M. A VII OSS MAI! K. In future we will vmke a crott mark on the mar uLn (f- our papnr, as a notification to oil patront whose time of subsrrin tloh has expired. Look out for the cross mark and renew your sub scriptions at oncp. Joitw R. Martin Is a duly authorised AKRi't to receive and receipt for subscrip tions to the CiiuexrcLB. Mr. Martin I also authorized to receive suWrl pilous to the Djxik Karmrr, an ex eel lent agricultural inpcr, published at Nushvlllo, Tenn. .Tun election for Chancellor take lluco on Thursday, 15th lust. Tom McManvs ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 April 1869

lulnite n mount of mnntire. We will tliUH not only rniitcrinily add to our mi mil irollt, lint enjoy tlie plonMiire, during ihe nrocwH of cultlvntion, of WitiioMMng dully tlio rmultsof our la bor In the utroiiK, vigorous ntnlka of eorn and cotton, InipnrtiiiK, all the time, foretmitesof tlieu;lk'ii linrvcxt. Thu, gentlemen, have I endeav ored, in a very liaMy and Irujiorftft mn nncr, to throw out a few ilmni'lit with the view of elticlilutlniraome of the prlitrlbl InrolvpillB the art of Rfmciiiiuie. uie subject. Ui art- ex haiiHlIean anil full of littered, that those topics of which I have endeav ored to present hut a very faint ont line, should im olabontkd in epnrnte eways. This you will be tnuhled to do, at yourrsubwnuriit nici-tln", by tliedllH rentmeniuei H of your society. The economy of feeding men anil an imal In r Imrdly lc linporlance than a knowledge of the mmfii opr.. rft)f producing food forthem. It would bo exceedingly intem-tlno; to liiwiiHH the chemical and physiolo ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 April 1869

RATES OF ADVERTISING. XO. RQCAr.I1. I SCO t No ho t xd 12 MO 1 S'luor....!,.... V.J')unrv .., tf HoUSI'M , ( Column V, Column , ' Column 4 Column 1 Column. 2 00 ft 00 4 fie, 8 00 5 00 10 on W urn is (mi 9 00 J 00 IB (Hi is 00 'JO no 00 no 00 x, on 60 on Ki ou Pill (HI 7 On WOO in wn 00 IV! 0U:la 0(1 15 0iil7 (HI a ww on IKl'Vi (HI M IKI in out 00 i 0i!(6 ll : l04Ti ll l Ml ! llll (Ill To Advertisers."' PH" Parties sdverMln by contract, fur n Riven (lino, will beoontlned lo tliulr li'jilti nuits litiftliirm; nnvdiitiK outside of till viii rieetntrRivi inrwpnrnmy. Aiivi rtlm-m. for a ueollll time, ox- coedllm throe tnnntli, will hnvrtlm prlvl liK of miH'wlim their advertisements ipuirtcrlv: nil extra elm lines will be chnrnoil for. tw Double-column ndvortlscmont will be. olinriiril ont-lbliil more, H1U1J.' regular Funeral Notices, Obltusrlr. or way other innttor miliwrving private, interest, will be c hunted for. IK' Notices III lorl nnd special column nro mat tors of special font rnc...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 April 1869

i THE CHRONICLE t. K NKM.ETT. t. A. (Ill A NT W, A. SOLOMON. KEDLETT, GRANT & SOLOMON, iwroiuf as a ritoi'iiiKTons. Ternu: l'u-o Jiott ir per annum in nrlinner. Tina is a White Man's Gov T. It X M EST LET IT 1JE GOVIUINED jjy White Men. CliirlcMvtllo, Tomi.: SATURDAY AMU L 17, lWf) X.tttIiYII.I.E TOBACCO MAKIiKT. During tho pust week our market lias bwn charnctcrlzwl by liberal re ceipts niul lnrgt oll'i'ringsi, nnd prices have ruled very firm for till desirable sorts, though not quotably higher than last wee!?. Home flrnt-ratc qual ities were offered and taken readily at full prices. Advices from New .York and New Orleans do not ahow any great activ ity In these markets. Our buyers are doubtless glad to know that the "BIuo, Line" is airnin represented here. Mr. W. W. Kirby is tl r agent, and ratoi will be kopt down to a fair basis. We continue our quotations of last week: Trashy and frosted lugs, Ij0 .'IJc; good lugs, i(nc; common to medium leaf, "jf'iOc; good to fair leaf, BJ(...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 April 1869

i ITTTJ riTTTrvTTnt tti KIJH.KTT, JH1M at MWI.O.VOX, ruiiMHiteiui aku rnoi'uiKTxiiH. ( ' IIATM Or ADVKRT18I!0. One dollar per aqunra of ten line or lean, 4'I.AItKMVII.I.Ki HATI-RriAY, A PHI I. 17, 1KHU ItAILIlOAI. TIMETABI.K. Kvfiilnu Trains, North, leiyve nt S.ld. Morning trulTiM, North, leave nt 8.V,, Evening train,, Hmilli, leave at fl.20. Morning trnliiH, South, leave at S 84. Freight trains, South, leave at 11.25 A. M. Freight trulim, North, hiive at 3.10 P. M. A CROSS MARK. In future we will make a eross mark on the mar (in of our paper, as a notification to all patron whose time of auliserip iion hat expired. Look out for the cross mark and renew your sub scriptions at once. Joiis II. Martin Is a duly authorized A lent to reeelve hikI receipt for subscrip tions to I lie CintnNici.it. Mr. Martin Is aluo uuthnrlKed to receive Hiilmci lptlons to the Dixie Kaiimkk, an ex eullent iiKili'tilturul paper, publtuhed at INiuhvllle, Tenn. There are tvvelvo companies of niilitiuenpftmpwl...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 April 1869

I THE, CHRONICLE. tlnrkHYlUc, Saturday, April 17, 1 siO. ATHR1LLI. IMiliEM. The following inclilcut i extracted from a very intercutting paper in Dent loy's Miscellany, entitled "Hours in llindoostan." 'flu cobra eapella is K.iiu to ho or f ho most venomous gpecics of BcrpentH in, tho. Eaatj his bite being attended by almost instant death : ' U'o bad been playing till tbc even ing nt whist. tJur htakca hnd been gold mohur points, and twenty-olio mi the rubber. Maxey, who ulways lucky, iiatl won live consecutive bum Tiers, which lout n self satisfied finite to his countenance, nnd inado us loos er anything but ploasaift ; when he Kiidilcnly changed countcnunec and hesitated to play, ihis the more surprised us, siuca ho was one who pcl'loiu pondered, being ho perfectly a master of tho gamo that be deemed Jong Consideration supcrflous. '.Hay away, Maxey ;wlint nrcyou :tbout '!" imjiatieiitly demanded Chur chill, one of the most impetuous youths that ever wore tho uniform of the body-gu...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 April 1869

I BATES OF ADVERT1SIWG. 1 1 : :, MlOAAtS. 9 MO 1J MO 1 HiMiare iyiiinrr.... H Hiiunres I'oiumn.,..., Column..... C'dnmn..... 4 Column.... Wnhnjin, 8 00 10 Oil 1 00 12 oo 1A 00 It 00 30 OU l 00 ft) 00 Wi on 60 00 m no l 'i 01) 15 00 20 Oil e on 20 00 M 00 m oo M 00l4n 01) 40 OtMim Oil luo no to Advertisers. , ' r OS Parties advertiln by contract, for a riven time, will b confined Ui their legltl juute hunt lien; anything outsldu of till will teliar,red for 'pftrtoly. Ail wrtlwuw, tor iixwlfloa tlmo, ex eecillna: three months, will have the privi lege of renewing their advertisements iniirtcrlyt all extra change will I uillllKiMl frir. r liouhlc-column advertisements will bo cliarind one-third more than regular lute for l utile col nnm. - ' nr Funeral Notice, Obltiinrlo. m any cither nintler ubcrvlna; private interest, will be clmrgcd for. Notice In loeal and special colnma arc mat ten of apcclal contract. The Best Fitting Drawers in the World ! Are the Patent Pantaloon Drawers ! None...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 April 1869

TJtRCIIKONICLE M S. Mnt.Kfr. J, A. OIMIT, W. A. DUmttH. i m:ilot, grant a solomon, KIIITOH AMU l-UOl-BIKTOIUt. Trrmm Two ViJIom per annum in nrtttive. Tins is a AVhttb Man's Of v- F.KNMF.KT LKT IP HE jiifVKBN ED HY WllITK MKN- CliirlvIIle, TcMin.i BATl'HDAY A PHIL 24, JWO w. a. p:rrr.R, :. Wc-wvcrlookoil last week tlioclr.m Inr of this gcntlcinnn, tuinotiiieiiig himself an the nomineeof theKop-il- llcaii arty for Judge of thin Juclk lul Circuit, und we refor to It now, not for the purpose of suyhig anything per- soiiully unkind of Its author, but to entpr our protest sjralnst the pernio Ions heresies It contains, and to tall tho attention of our readers to i lie langerous doctrines therein jiro-t-liilineil. All friends of a pure and lndepon- flent Judlulury a correct and Inror ruptihle administration of the law, must deprecate and deplore the p.es fiicsof political Judges in our temples of Justice. Itefore the war, such u thing was unknown In ourKtute as a party convention to nomina...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 April 1869

3Mf THE OIIIiCXNICLE rrni.iaiir.n and proi-bietobh. JtATK OF ADVEKTIK1NO. Otnf rtotlnr per sqtiAra of ten Hum or le. C'l.AHKSVII.I.K, HATVKDAT, APRIL IH.JIHIIO MAfl.BOAtt TIM TABLE. Kvetllrlg Trains, North, leave lit 6.1ft. ' Morning trims, North, leave at 8.83. F.vcnlng Irnlna, Houth, loove at 8.211. Morning trains, South, leuve at 35. . 1 Freight trains, Bouth, leave at ll.Sn A. . Freight train, North, leave at 8.10 r. u. A CROSS MARK In future we will make a cross mark on the mar lin of our jmper, as a notification to nil mtroji ivhoie time of subscrip tion ha expired. Look out for the rronn mark and renew your sub scription at once. . .Ton It. Maktih U a duly author! red Audit to rwlvo anil receipt for subscrip tions to the Ciinojiici.B. Mr. Martin I also authorized to receive subscript Ions to tbeDixiB Famhkr, an ex cellent nsrlcultiiral puper, published at Nashville, Tenn. Uncle Sam ncres of Iowa, still owns 2,000,000 TiinKE thousand ton of loe liave bwn received at Nashville,...

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