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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 April 1869

TrfEs CHRONICLE. Clarkulllo. Satnrda), April it, 1809. BHAH ,WK KNCOIRAQB B018 STAT OS Till FARMf ' TO Hj all means, if tlioy want to tny; if they have a tnta for farm lift, and take to it more kindly than to any other pursuit. If a boy take an hon est prido in turning a atraight furrow, rearing fino calves and building fine liny stocks, duubtldss tho farm is the place fur him. If ho prefers to go to the country fair to attending Dan Kico'i circus, if he selects the Prairie Farmer that ennio in the same mail with tho New York Ledger, that boy has a tnsto for farming that it will do well to encourage. But how about the other bnys to whom farming is au uncongenial em ployment, knd whose only lively step in. the field is taken when the trumpet calls to dinner f Khali we euoourage them to Btay on the farm, with tho fact staring in the face that they have no natural aptitudo for the business, and consequently will never become good farmers T Much us wo respect and honor the pursuit of ag...

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

RATES OF ADVERTISING. DO. SQUARE. 11 KO l WoS MO J Ho 1 13 MO 1 Rtpiare Viiuares.w..., J huuares y. Column H Column yi Column Column...... 1 Column 4 60 Son I 10 on 12 on in on 20 (H) tml ,t no 40 flu1 s to 12 00 i" On 20 on a to 84 ou V 01) m no IS on 2o on 25 no no on sr, (Mi fin on 4 do inn no s on 1 (HI 10 Ml 12 (Ml 8 00 in ou 12 (HI l r (Hi 14 ool IT At) Z OlliW) til tut mi xi on To Advertisers. Parties advertising by contract, fnr a Riven time, will baconllncd to their legltl innte htiHincss; anything outside, uf thin will tmuhai'ffevl for separately. IT Ailvertlsers, for a specified tlma, ex rtwllii three months, will have lit privi lege uf renewliiK thalr advertisements iitmrterlv: ull extra change will b cliuriceil for. Douhlc-cniumn advertisement will lie chan?el ona-tlilrd more than regular rates rnr siiikii-column, a- Funeral Notice. Obltnnrtea, or any other uinticr nnVtwrving private Interest, : will Ih chiiteil for. ... ntr Notices In local and special column are mutte...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 May 1869

n THE cmtONlCLE . a. MKIIkKTT. J. A. CRAnV. f i , W. A. BOI.OMOK, . . , KEBLETT, GUAM & SOLOMON, EIIITOlUt AND FKOl'HIETOUH. Term: Two Hollar per annum in mlranrr, . This is a Wiiitr Man'b GOV ERNMENT LET IT BHt GOVERNED DY "Wjiitk Men.. ClufUss-vllle, I'" II 11. I RATTJTIDAY ....MAY 1, 18C9 . THE PATRIOTISM OF THE PEOPLE MAY VET HAVE THE Ol VfUV. However lepinilunt the condition rf the country lias been, and still Is. to the patriot heart, says the La- jjrango (Oa.) lU'portpr, Wiere are , reasouH why we Hhould not "deopalr of the Republic." The Knirlish cov- , vrnmeut lias attained its present solidity and grandeur through sue connive revolutlou, blontlHhtd and car nage. The recent civil war in this country has made developments in ' American politics that will, It 1h be lleved, eventuate In the etablinh. mcnt of this Govern men t as solidly una grandly as that of the Britlrth government. We are liuvlnir our no. litleul revolutions, which will either result In a centralized den...

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

THE CttliONlCLE NEBI.ETT, UKAMT A KOI.OJIOJf, PUDLIHItCltg ADD PROl-ItlRTonn. ' HATKH O AUVERTIRINO. One dollar per square of ten lines or lens. Ct.AUKSVII.Mt, HATtTHnAY, MAY 1, 1HII!) HAII.HOtl) TIMETABLE. ' THAtNS HOtTJI. No. 1 arrives 4.0V, leaven 4.05 p. M. .'o. 8 orrl veil 1.85, leaves 1.40 A. M. .No. f arrives T.W p. xt. Accommodation. Tit A INS HOIITII. No. 2 arrives 1.10, lcnves 1.15 A. M., No. 4 arrives 2. 10, leave 2.46 P. u . No. 8 leaven S.00 A. M. Accommodntlon. Join It. Martin U a duly authorised Agent to reeelve ami receipt for subscrip tions to the t'itoirci.g. ' - . . Mr. Martin la also authorized to reeolvn subscript Ions to theflixilt Faiimp.ii, nn ex cellent agricultural paper, published at Nashville, Tenn. ' Kkb new time curd In today's ta- cr. It takes efluct to-morrow. Kxtensive preparations ore being made at Memphis for a Commercial Convert ventlon to bo held tlicro this month. The revival at the M. K. Chureli, in Jackson, Teun., has closed with more than sev...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 May 1869

THE CHRONICLE. riiirkavlllo, Snturdiir, Mnjr f, 1M9. THE DIGXITI OF LABOR. A Short Chapter for Tonng Men with Suu-Burucd Fares. ,A well-dressed young man, who lives so mo miles from the city, called at a grocery store the other day with m pair of aaddlo-bopg on his arm and calling the merchant nvidc, told kirn that he had six pounds of bat ter on his arm, which ho wished to leave for sulo. He conversed in a fow, hurried tono, and seemed abash ed being in- such a sumll business 1 soiling butter. Tho merchnnt did not want to buy the butter himself, but promised to dispose of it at the highest market price. When the toung man left, the butter was ex amined and found to be of the very best quality rich, yellow aud hard such as is never seen at any hotel er restaurant, or common boarding' nouse; better worm a dollar per pound than' the common lard, flour and chalk mixture, yclept butter, is worm ton cent, and tar superior to any of 30 rOishen or Western butter. Yet that young mau was ash...

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 May 1869

RATES OF advertising. MO. SQUASH!. 10 2 MO 8 MO 8 HO 12 MO 1 Hquare.....1 150 t OtV 7 (X) 10 00 12 00 4 50 8 DO 10 00 a oo 15 00 17 00 ft on 10 oo Vi oo 15 oo 20 oo i" on m no 40 on 8 00 12 00 15 00 20 00 25 (Nl .15 00 45 00 no on 15 00 20 00 25 on ll (HI :v no m oo M J0 KM (Ml K mpuires... 8 H i uiiron H Column J , t'oluinu.. li Column . Column 1 ('ollHlII..T i r, oo 25 Hno on in (p :u imi To Advertisers. Parties Mlvnrtlalnsj by contract, for a Ki". i'n nine, will iwroniiniti i uii'ir ipkii I'u.te. linKi'ieas; anything nulaide of tliln Vlll ta'cliarued for acnaratel V. it" Advertisers, for n specified tlma, ex rewdlnii throe months, will liavathe pitvl Icun of rtnrwliiK their advertisements iiiirl'rlv; nil ixtru changes will la? cIiuikciI for. :" Douhle-eolnmn advertisements will lip churn-, I one-third mora than regular run1 inrainiiie columns. Funeral Notloes, OhllnnrlM, or nnjr other matter ulaa.-rviug private InUrvst, will lc clini-iicd for. - Notices lii local and apodal colum...

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 May 1869

THE CHRONICLE It a. KKHI.ETT. Yf, i. A. UUAKT. A. SOT.OMO. KEBLETT, GRANT & SOLOMON, KDITOIM ANII PUOPiiVKTOKS, Term: Two Dvtlar avr nanam in mretoee. Tins is a White Man's GOVERNMENT-LET IT BE GOVERNED BY White Men. CJlnvUssvi Tcun.i PATUKDAY MAY 8, i860 That "snored wliool fund," It Hems, will never ce.no to he a prom inent topic, both public and private. Mcurccly dor tiic wiwiulnn it-croate Til one quarter cuiise, before u hue and cry la ruined ia another direction. It In only a few days kIiico a Mr. Wilcox was robbed In Chattanooga, a part of tUo money taken from him being school Cumin, and now It appears that tlio Claiborne county Commissioner lias used several thousand dollar of it for private purixjsH. IMter throw open tlio treasury and let them have the remainder, with as little udo us po.dble. The rogues are determined I to have It all, ami to make a fuss about it only Increases the damage which tlio Ktuto has already sus tained in reputation oud credit.' Tun Commercial...

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 May 1869

TITTi1 Vtt'T?fWTr'T 1? 1 11 Hi L tiKUJN lCJ tTi.r.rrr om .uo. fum.miiitM ad PBoi-niF.Toiw. : tlATRS OF APVBRTmiNO. One dollar per square of trn lino or tow. (I.AHKMVII.I.K, HAU'KDAT, MAY g. now ItAILRO.tU TIMETABLE. train south-. So, 1 arrive'."", Wave 4.nft r. M. No. B arrives l.itt, loaves 1.40 a. m. No. G arrive 7.80 p. sr. Accommodation. TRAINS NORTH. No. 3 arrives l.H, leave 1.15 A. . No. 4 arrives 2.41), loaves 2.4.5 p. M. No. 8 leaves R.00 A. M. Accommodation. Joii.t II. Martin In a duly authorized Agent to receive nnd receipt for subscrip tions to 111 ClIUOSlCLr".. ' MY. Martin Is also authorised to rceeWc snliscrlptlonsto tueDixtit Farmer, an ex client. nKrleulturnl paper, published at Nuiiville, Tinn. ' A CJJ OSS MAIIK. In future wc will make a croas mark on the mar i!n nf our paper, as a notification to all patrons whose tlineof subsprip-Hon- hag expired. Look out for the cross mark and renew your sub scription at once. Hon. James Williams, of Ten ncHtee, formerly Ministe...

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 May 1869

THE CHRONICLE. ClarKsTllle; BntaMnr. Mnr 8, 1X09. To KiLE Mot.s. A correspon dent of tbe Southern Cultivator says: Arm yourself with a stick nbotit one inch in diauioter. slightly tapering at ono end, a small bag of course salt, (ouo pint or qurt), start out after a rain, and wheu you find a i'rcnii mole sign, male a smooth opening into the mole hole, with the stick, (I com monly use my foreGu'ger) put intotho hole one tcaapoonful of .salt, cover this opening carefully with a chip, leaf or clod of dirt, ns may bo most convenient. Then sift over this cov ering, through your fingers sufficient dirt to completely cover up the clod or leaf. This is necessary, and done to exclude the light. The mole be ing very timid, will become fright- euud at the least light, nnd hasten on or change his courso. Do not let any dirt fall in the salt, and leave everything as nearly like you found it ns possible. I do not know how the salt acts upon the mole, but if these instruc tions are closely followe...

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 May 1869

RATES OF ADVERTISING.! X. aqUARES. U ( 11 MO8 MO HO 11 MO 1 Square il H'iuur(is... B Squares M Column 'J roHunn u 1 , ISO 5 OU 7 00 10 OU i SO! t (HI ( 00 15 00 IS (10 Kl 00 25 00 K5 00 45 00 iki (in 15 00 20 Oil 2S (Kl 00 0i S (Ml 10 00 10 Oil 12 IKI 12 00 15 00 16 00 nnl jl 001 a ool l'i (W (Vi 00 Xl .o.mii i,,.., J; Column 16 (Hi n oo AO Oil (IS (Kl loo no a, ouim no i :m mi1') mi l i rtiiimn 40 (1(1 : To Advertisers. - - faTtlim atlvmlalnc by con tract,' for elven tlino, will lieconllne.d lotliiiir lrltl iniiie business; anything outside of this will bocluii'Kcil for separately. Btr Advertisers, for a specific tlma, fx- aai.lli.i Uirx nmnthL vlll havattia tirlVl- li'ii.. of rencwlna their advertisements ipinrterlyj all extra elianaca will be churned for. . air- vmohin.nnlnmn advertisements will 1m chinned one-third more tliun regular ral frlnglPolnnin. e-Knni'riil Hotlcee, Obituaries, or any other matter pnlwerrlng private interest, ulll lie elinr-irnd fill. IM- Notice In local ...

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 May 1869

.It- THE CHRONICLE. f f laraiTlIle. Bafrday, .May 13, 1800. HttOW TO RAISE CABROTS. " The carriot in cultivated, planted, and nold like tlie' Loet, nd to a mod erate extent j rovci jt'ofUiitile ; it is lwi'TCTj valuable bo food for itock, for which purpura it is largely grown in different parte nf tlio country, par ticularly in- the North, where the dif ferent aomestig animali require morn heller; and consequently ir food to auHtuia them. 'J ho currot ii re innrkahlv tender when young, and should Bare close attention to insure a remunerative crop.' To prevent the aecmftitf of rcaowiite;, more 'than the enociliel quant'ty should be sown, as the surplus can cusily be thinned out. To plant the cr.riot, select a rather liglit picco of ground ; if not rich, make it moderately so with stable mf uuro, plough and narrow thoroughly, then draw shallow furrows about eiub loan inches to two feet apurt. If it is not dcsiiftble to eultirate with horsepower, ubout fifteen inches is tho proper dist...

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 May 1869

n RATES OF ADVERTISING.. ! 1 I ? T'T I MO I NO 8 o' Jto 12 Jf f f(llIO, Kuiftras.. 1 50 5 Ml 7 urn 10 (HI W m 15 mil 16 00 4 IK) 8 "0 10 (Hi 11 IK), IS IN) 17 Oil . MO a, no 8 00 10 (HI i on lft on on Wi . IS 00 M OH B Nuini t fsuuan t Culim J roltin Colli I. 1! 0H mn... 101 I !a) t Xi (HI 5U Oil AA 00 PW (III ia) on IS 01) It i!i.iUinlir" lii 00i 00 n V. on 40 Ail DO 00 vi f .......... ,v . V 1 Oilumn vi ml " ' To Advertisers. ' nr Pat-flea advertising by fsrotraet, for ft lati lima, will baeonnnwl to their legiti mate hiiRtnaaai anything nutsldo of Mil will haahurKed for separately. at- ArWerllsera, for a apwlfiad tlma, ax piicilinK tlirrR month, will havatha prlvl lrn of renewing their . advortlaeinents quarterly; all extra . chang will be vliiirKcii for. ar Dnuhla-enlnmn advartlaamanta will tie charged mie-thlrd more than regular rutin lor single columns. mr Funeral Nolleea, Ordinaries, or any other mailer auhaervlna; private Interna, will hochnrgert fur. r- Notices In lorl nnd ...

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 May 1869

" t' TIIECIIKONICLE J HCUCKTO. , A. OUAKT. w. a. sonoHoi.. 5FBLETT, CRAST & SOLOMON t.MTona ao PHoi-RiMnnK- Ti'rwui Two XhiHtan prr amivin n aitmnre. Turn re a Whit Mas'i fiwv- KKXMTVT RRT rp B GfcVHHSKU BY Whit Men. ' ClurlcMvtTfet Truu.i SATURDAY ........MAY 2? 18C9 rOR.IK(LIT JUIMJK, . JAMEH K. 1 tIC 15, Of Montgomery County. TOU ATTUBSF.V UKNERAI.r V3X. Ji 1) It ODLHJH, Of Htewurt Comity. THE JUDICIAL ELKCTIOX. Never lu tho varied hlntory oi our State lmvc flie people of the Tenth Judicial Circuit been culled upon to decide r quextfouior such profound in tercut owl vital Importance an the one now beftre them. Never In th? his tory ot party wurfurs have we, m a people, fought! n political battle on whoffo Issue no nvticU hung, or con ducted 'ft Judicial content Involving l(HstiinH of such fearful moment. In all of our pant elections of every kind It htm rarely happened that there watt not merit in both of the contend ing purtion uud lit both of tho con testants for; office po...

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 May 1869

0 THE CHRONICLE IVt.HI.KTT, 4IBA)lf nTOMrJfwWf t-L'HI.MIIKIM ARM faolHl KTOKS. I RATES Or ADVKHTIS1NO. One dollar per square of ten line or lam. T -rrrr . Cl.AUKSVIl.t.B, .-ILL 1 . bUtitkhat, Mat 32, Mm KAII.KOAD TIMKTAULC. i THAI IB SOUTH. Ko.J arrives 4.00, h'tves 4.(4 P. . -, i Ko. arrives LH5, leaves LtQ A. it. No. S iii-rlvcs 7..KJ r. M. Accommodation. ., 1 i i i .. TRAISS KotiTlt.i . i i.' No. 2 arrive 1.10, loaves 1.15 A. M. No". 4 srrlve 10, lcaVasl.45 f. . ' ; No. 8 leave 8.00 A. M. Accommodation. A CH OSS JtfASK.In future ue will mne a pro mark on the mar' a in of our paver, at a .notification to ali patron whose limof tubtcrip- linn hat expired. Look out or the eroM mark and renew your tub- kcnpfioiiH at once. Iloou for rent aud furniture fur sale, cheap for cash. Apply at thin office. Gknekal Cooi'EB but resigned command of the Tennessee melish. Gold, lu New York, yesterday, at 2J o'clock, was 142J. Next week we are to have lots of fun Marshall's Fair and the Circus. - 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. — 22 May 1869

THE CHRONICLE. f InrluTllle. rUtnrtftT. Kay M, itm ; THE KFFECT OF ( HUCQHO ILOWKRS. A correspondent of the Rcvoo ITor- f irole gays that not Jong ago he ffiadsi a burRMtor-a roscbaBh-of maonifi cont growth aar full f buds. He waited for them to Vlow, and expec ted rosea worthy of such a noble plant and .of toe' Drains Icatowcd upon it by the vender, bat when it itlootuf d all ma bopca were blasted. Tho flowers, were of a faded hue, and ho discovered that ha bad only a mid' Hl ntr pi ulti flora, atale colored enough He therefore resolved to sacrifice it to nomo eineriments which ho hud in view. His attention' had been direc ted to the effects of charcoal as stated Some1 Eaglieh publication, r He then covered Ibe earth in the pot in which the roRobushwas about half nn inch deep, with pulverized charconl. Somo days after no wus astonished to eo trio rones which bloomuu ol aa tine a lively rose-color, .as be could wish." He determined to 'repeat the experiment, and therefore when the 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. — 5 June 1869

RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 MO 2 MoU MO HO r j tM 4 (ml S On 8 (XI 6 Wi Dili Id uu 12 Wi T (Hi 10 Wl 12 Mi 16 0(1 It an 1 ml K, im 4) (mi li mil i.i uu at on Si ( IJi mi! 17 flu it uar im J 0u:l nril:;i 4N 4- li units On'Ni on 12 no 1 Hollars..,.,.... V, ou y m ". Ml mi (i sr ui fill 1H I tsi UI Iimi mi 2 wiuaris...... 8 inuti 1 I 'fil unin. .., I 'olumn It It Column.,.., 'Jnoluinn...... I i .union To Advertisers. - Part-lea advertising- by contract, for a Blvml time, will beemillned lotlii'lr bmltl-i inula ImikIiipss; nnytliiiiK outside of this will heehiti'Kv'l forsepuriitply. " Advertisers, for a siieelrled time, ex ceeding three months, will have the privi lege of rehewlhK their ndvertlsemonts ituirtprly; nil extra. chaiiB.es will bp eimi-itcd for. . . ... D- imiilile-enlumn advertisement will lie churned one-third mure than regular nm (.irslimlcpolumns. .. d- Funeral Notices, Obltnnrles, or nny oilier matter subserving rlvato Interest, 111 bp rlmrin'd for. r.ir Notices In local 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. — 5 June 1869

THE CIIHONICLE . . NV UI.eTT. J. A. OKAKT. A. aonoxox. KEBLETT, GRANT & SOLOMON, aVITOIH AND PltOi'KIKTOKg, JVrwu.' Ttvo IXtUari per cmntiui fit udeaure. Tins is a AVhith Man's Oov- ErtNMKNT LKT IT Btt OOVERSKD by White MY:n. OlnfUMvlllo, Tcim.t BATUKDAY JUNE 5, 180A TIIK EI.KCTIO-TIIK JIII.ITIA- nc k, rurcR, nniict vo, The election on tlio 27tli nit., wan Altogether the most extraordinary of the many rciuarkablu dlfiiliiys of rmlicnliHiu with which our commu nity hns been lionnrt'd tl nee the ad vent of the "new civilization." Mr. llui'k, the defeated candidate for At torncy General in this DlMtrlet, In lils last paper, console himself with the reflection, that ho and Mr. Peffer, tho defcutud candidate for Circuit Judge, behaved with great decorum, throughout. ' Thin community beg leave to differ with Mr. Buck in thlH opinion, llo may think It compati ble, with decorum to makeBpeechca at niijht to colored audiences alone, the direct tendency of which was to influence tho mind o...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 June 1869

THE CHRONICLE! NF.nMrrr, uhax a Holowon, rrnMsnen and PRovitirroHa, rate or AbVKRTiaixo. : One dollar per win are of ten Tine or les. f'l.AKKflVll.LR, HATCBnAT, JlT!lt 6, 110. KAIMtOAIt TinCTAIILE. . TRAtXS IOUTH. ' Ho, 1 arrive 4.00, leave 4.0ft r.u. . To. 8 arrives t JIB, leave 1.40 A. M. No. 6 arrive 7.30 p. at. Accommodation, . r j ; TBAtVI KORTlf. , No. 3 arrive 1.10, leave 1.15 A. K. No 4 arrive 2.4d, leave X43 p. ii. " No. ( leave S.0U A. M. Accommodation. A QUO US MARK. In future we will make a cross marK on the mar fin of -our paper, at a notification to all patrons whose time of subscrip tion has expired. Look out for the cross mark and renew your sub scription ttt once. The reefelpts from Internal Revenue for the month were $20,2.'0,000. ' Owino to the length of the Orphan Anyluiii proceedings we are com pelled to omit their publication. Kome enterprising thief broke Into Tom. Flnley's smoke-house luHt week and took his lot pound of bacon. MAJOrt Hi DBS lias opened a salo...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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