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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 May 1858

LOCAL ITEmS. -If KB LETT &. GRANT, Loral LJior: FRIDAY, MAY 28,'1S58.' CP ClironUU OJict over Yf II, Bryarly't Store, , AthCikum. The Atlnriicum hut been pponci this week, and hns been doing well, not withstan ding the recent conclusion of Mr. Loralnes' brilli ant engagement. "At when a well graced actor leaves ll singe, the oye is idly bent on him who enters next,'" ml we feared, Ilia audiences would b lint mengre, just nfier the dainty dish, with which Mr. Shook has lidhwa our theatrical appetite, and were agreeably surprised to find It otherwise, and that oof citizens apprcciute the skill of Mr. Snooks stock company, In providing always a good dra matic, entertainment. ' . r, Mr. Lorainos engigomenl, terminated last Sat urday night, after (our evenings of uninterrupted oncc-rss. We shall not soon forget the very high degree of pieienre, which his performances afford ed us. As whatever Is Just and true to Nature, is tit once rec'ogn liable by the most ordinary observa tion, as...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 May 1858

A Fortune of 870,000 IX.) R TEN DOLLARS. t' SV.1N&C0.'SL0TTEKI:S. AUTHORIZED BY THE STATE OK GEORUIA. The following Scheme will la druwn by P. Swm fr. Co., A! n oncers of the Spnrt Acad emy Lottery in cm li of their finale number Lol Mlc f'T May las, Rt ATGUSTA. (icorgin, in itllic, uiukt the super. iitiidcn?e of Coitimi sioiicrs. CLASS 13. To l drawn in the City of Auguita, Gcorgia.ln public on MAH ItOAY Ttll K lC, 1S53 CLASS 14. To ls drawn in the Cily of Augusta, Georgia, in pu lilic, on Saturday, Shy 8lb,1858. . ' . CLASS. 15. . . To be drawn In the City of Augusta, Georgia, In publln, on SATURDAY, May 15th, 1858. . : ; 1 CLASS 10, To bo (Irnwn in the -City of Augusts, Georgia, In public on SATURDAY, May 22d, 1853. CLASS 17, To be drawn in the city of Augusta, Geo., In public, on ... SATItnnAV. MAY 2!Hh. 185S. on ilia Plan of SINGLE NUM3ERS! 5,485 P BIZ ES! Nearly one Prize to every 9 Tickets. MAGNIFICENT SCHEME. TO EE DRAWN EACH SATURDAY IN MAY. - 1 Prize of $.70,000 4 Priz...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 June 1858

r -.---.--..- --- '-- - . : - - - " SSgLA Jg?" 1 VAl .TIM 0 '' v-; -,-! CIABKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, JUNE ,4 1858. NUMBER 29. THE.C ICONIC LIS. Printed Weikfy ,ta a double-medium ehectevory Friday morning, by ": J -. , f NEBLETT'&,, GRANT, :f k Pullishert and Propristort., TERMS OF THE PAPER,,' $2 Per annum, in advance. .', VTEEM3 of advertising. v" yoit OKI -KlUAftS OF-TWIMrp LINES OR IEII On Insertion $1,01 Two lneertlonS 1 ,50 Three Insertion V 2,00 One month " .. ' 2,50 Two month - $4.50 Three month 5,00 Six month - 9,00 Twelve mouth 15,00 fTOCELUNY. A Livo .Subject." A THRILLIMO BCtUt IK A bESSECTlNQ ROOM. There are epochs in every medical man's history,' each of which comprises a life time of horror. Only three short weeks ago. I was one of the gayest students of medicine and surgery in the United States. To-day r -well, let me not anticipate.' . Two years have elapsed since I was sent from Mobile by my father, to study Medi cine' at 'the North. I listened to my first cours...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 June 1858

?(e"CiarksbUle IjronU.c, -c R. WV 1H0MA8, &litor. j J.A. GRANT, S - Oat over Witt fl Bryarly VStort. (7 All eoniraol.E'rDol be sddrwiied to the nr" Kaifat. ', BmiIiwm lett'.ipth BoblWiew. - : .. tT-AimUfmntWffdrt be banded in tarty en . Tl. Jy mornings', VMf I Jlll . ! vir. . . . - '-r - -,((j-t--Jt " "J ' -,"r "i2TX5mmMu!a((ifi m t handed in ly naSn efThuriday, or they oiH be left Pier. : Friday, june 4.8S8. tCf Taney, of Alabama, in hit speech, before the Pouthern Disunion Convention, n the revival of th slave trade, says if Louisiana plapter bas a tight to buy a negro io Virginia and take him to New nOrlr-ans, he haa the lame right to bnj one la Cuba, or on the coast of Africa, and . taporthtm. Thia ia itrange logic, indeed ft organic lair of on roonntry recognises IsYoeas property, and transferable, like Ay other spooiea of property subject to nob, mtrietiont as each elate State deemi It proper to impose. Slarery existed here, too, previous to tho organUation of the federal ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 June 1858

v$v- LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT fit GRANT, LeW fier. FWpAYJ 'JUKE 4, 1868 IT Gtrewectt QflEc ever If '. Dryarlf't Stort.j growing favor, with which this distinguished Ao ' tor performance nav beea received by ear eltl tents, h hat boen Induced to prolong hit stay ha yond hi original engagement, and will, wa ara gratified to hear, eontlnaa with at till tho eloso of Mr week. ' The Immense and uninterrupted ue Coal' which ha baa met with bara, ia a wall merit ad tribute to hli great hlstronlc tolsnts, at wall aa eompllniant to tha appreciation of oar people. The Infinite variety of h personations is indeed marvelous, and . thedeplh and fervor of hi eoa captions beyoud all praise. Hla trsglc delinea tiona, present ut net only with the outward show and external r-lgne of amotion, but lay bare the firey soul within, and diicloee the teething lava of passion In Ita eavarnoua deptha. Never be fore have weaeen the glorloui creationaaf tho Po- et'l braia eo delicately embodied. - Mr. Lorsine'e , pe...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 June 1858

'A Portuno'of 670,000 : FOR TEN DOLLARS. w SWAN Sl CO.'S LOTTERESl V- AUTHORIZED Br THE STATE OF : GEORGIA. ' - " ! ' . i . t i The following Schema will be drawn by 8. 8 wan 4c jCo. , Manager of th SparU Acad emy Lottsry In ea h of their Plnple number Lot tMe for June 1858, t AUGUSTA, Georgia, in pnbllc,under the superintendence of Commis sioners. -- ' i ' --. :.;class".18.:.; ' To b drawn in lb City of Augusta, Georgia, in pnb'iic en SATUUDAY Juae Slh, 1858 " ' CLASS 19. To be drawn in the City of Augusta, Georgla.ln public, on - Saturday, June 12th, 1858. ' - ' class! 20. " To be drawn In the City of Augusta, Georgia.in public, on - SATURDAY, June 19tb, 1858. CLASS 21, Toba drawn in the City of Augusta, Georgia, In public ou SATURDAY, June 26th, 1858 outhe Flan of SINGLE NUMBERS! V ":' 5.485 PRICES! - ' " Nearly one Prize to every 9 Ticket. MAGNIFICENT SCHEME TO BE DRAWN EACH SATURDAY IN J UN E. Prize of..... $70,000 4 Priaes of 900 ,.30,000 4 " 800 " iO.O 0 4 " dim 5.000 4 ' . 6...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 June 1858

1? j in. i warpam VOLUME 9. CLARKSVILLE, TEM , FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1858. NUMBER "30. THE CHRONICLE. . Printed Weekly on double-medlnin shee tevery Filday morning, by NEBLETT &, GRANT, Pulli$hert and Proprietor'. TERMS OP THE PAPER, , 2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. fCIl ONE SQUARE OF TWELVE LINES OR LFs On Insertion $1.01 Two mouth Throe months fix mouth Twelve mouth $4.50 5,00 9,00 15,00 Two insert ion Three Insertion One month 1,00 2,00 2,50 misceliany: THE BACHELOR AND THE BABY. There wa? no one nt Lome except the baby's mother, and baby, and I. Baby bad just gone to Bleep, when baby's mother remembered a trifling commission which he had promised to execute for me in the Tillage, With an injunction to touch the cradle if baby woke, she departed, leaving me proud of my new employment, and lulled by past immunity into a state of fatal security. With one cyo on my boot, and the other on the cradle, like a faithful watch dog, I listened to the retreating footfall that...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 June 1858

&l)c larl.stUlc Olljroniclc, r-r -r ; rzs R. W, THOMAS, Editor. J. 8. NEBLETT, J. A. GRANT, Pu6Ii"ifr. Office, over Win. n, Bryarly's Store. KTAIl communication moat be addressed to the Editor. Business letters to th publisher. ILTAdvertiscments must h handed In early on TuaraJny mornings, or they will be let owr. Ec& CoHiriiunicatwns mutt le handed In ly voon on. Tliurtday, or they vill be left over. " (5IL ABISVIIIIEo ' 'FRIDAY, JUNE 11. 1858. fteST The deplorahlc state of affairs ?in Now Orleans, is eliciting much speculation its to the causes and tho remedy for such evils, and tho general impression seems to bo that tho cause lies in tho imperfect ad ministration of the laws for the punish ment of crimes. We seek tho causo be hind official incompetency, and in tho mode of choosing judicial officers. Who con stitute the law-breaking portion of the population of our cities? We need not answer the question. And who elect the polico force of tho cities? The very men who viol...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 June 1858

LOCAL ITEMS. NEB LETT &. ERA NT, Local Editors. . . FIUDAY, JUNE 11,1853. tT QtronlcU Ojjict owr tV H. Dryarly's Store. XI NEW NOVEL, MR. THOMAS. W have j"t rend t few chapter of the manu script of a NrW Storj Written by cur enlor. Mr. Thomas is o well known and appreciated, wherever tli Chronicle le read, it would be a wort ef lupererogntlori on our part to eay one word In commendation of the present work. It la only necessary to ay that It la fully equal (and we think superior) to any thing we hare read from hla pen. Thero la a freshness and vigor about the ktyle that IrrUiallbly cliatms the reador. The pu rity and ttrength of the language and stirring in cident of the book, bring It within the sphere were the gonlue of Scott haa o long reigned alone. The rcene of the atory la laid In Virginia at a time when thrilling event were of dally oc curence. No man le more capable of Imparting intereat to a work of this kind than Mr. Thomoa. tie ondorstand the Virginia character thorou...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 June 1858

. .mm r. thu sait' How Goods, AT TUB Tlic Southern Store. IT At the o'ti stand of McC'.uro, Roberts St Co. W ara tow receiving and opening a large and tarled stock of Spring aud Summer Goods, bought trlt.clpilly of French importers In New Orleans. , f Imve maf'e arri gements to keep our stock wrll araotltd thiouu.li the season, of ;He latest e;yUs from Purle, France, as our object i to aell many goods nt small profits for cah. Th-following C atalogue embraces a frw of tlie lea iing articles: Plain and fancy colored silks and satini, silk gauze flounced dresses, with fringes and chenille printed flounced, side, stripes, and plain berngee, nrguudia rolies end jaconet muslin of every con-i-elvn'ile atylo, awlts oignndie robes plain, figured and (ancy embroidered tnrltaus, (all colors,) check muslin, nnnsook and book muslin victoria lawn, d ill 'd twits, embroldred muslin robes, Corded and embroidered skirls, cambric and swine embroidered Klrts, cambric end Swiss embroidered sleeves add...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 June 1858

7' 't'.-r " J : f V-' VOLUME : CLAEKSYILLE, TEM., FRIDAY,. JUNE 18, 1858;- SUMBEB 31.' is -; - I. . ; 'ft. TnECintONlCLlS. Printed Weekly on douUi-mtillitnnht$te,ery Friday roorninj, by ; J 1 , ? I ;,i ! J,. NEBLETT & GRANT, 1! . . . j . . JPtriri fand.:.Fropriitorif.t - -- .. i ... . ;' TEiiMS by 'the pvt.r,' " ' $2 Per annum, in advance. " TERMS OF ADVERTISING. roBHNB QUA(EOP TWELVE LINKS OR tESS rn Inwrllon - f Two Insertion '; 1,60 Thre lnerloni , 2,00 Ona mouth ,'3,50 Two months' ' $4.50 Tbren months ' 5,00 SU months , . 9,0(1 Twelve months 15,00 L-! 1 M)SCSLLAnY.V JJAIILY BANKING. IN TENNESSEE. Un'der this Wad a correspondent of the ionis Jiepullican tolls story illustra tifj of iho embarrassment writeh the old l5nk. of Naslmll oeoanterod. and tlio circ&rnstariccs which forced U Into Hnquida- T,tJp wards' of forty yoarsJngd,thQ Legisla ture of Tcnneaice chartered tho Bank of Ufashville, and In due course of time the necessary organization, under tho charter, yaa effect...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 June 1858

dlljc tflarksmlle, Ctjronide, ft; W, THOMAS, KJittr. ' J. 8. NEBLETT, tmUi.i Office, our Win. H, Brrarly'g Store. UTAH communication mint be ddrd t tit tjllof. Business letter to th publishers. CT Advertisement most be handed in tarty on T'ii7 morning, or they will b let over. S Ctmmnicoioni mutt be handed in. by neon on Thursday, or they be left over. - FRIDi Y. JUNE 18, 1858. , tor In answer, to tlt looofoco charge, that tb Americana are the authors of th rebellion in New Orleans, w brlefl j showed, last Week, that all th eircumstanocJ eon necUd ' with that treasonable movement tended to the exculpation of tlio American party from all participaney in the infamous outrage. If further proof be wanting, that it was a purely locofoco political more rnent, designed to lecure to that party, the city government, that proof will be found in the following statement made by the Washington Union, and. which we cup from the Louisville Journal : - , ' ' ' 5' K3The Administration, in inaugura 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. — 18 June 1858

LQCAL ITEPS 'ST NEBLETT it GRANT, Local Editor. FHIDAT, JUNE 18,1853. .; , tT ChnnUU Qjjic r Vf IL BrjarljU Stort.jj li. IL..J. '! SSSS Clarfctviilfl Female Academy. : ' This building is oow very rapidly approaching 1U completion.,,.. It has been enlarged by th eddt tioa of tw o extensive wlnge aud will have another etory addrd to th old building an elegant two tory piazza In. front, ornamented with , beautiful twouldlngs, and a raw of tasteful columns above ad below, will give a Tery rich and attractive leal swsrmoorto the edfice.- Tlia wings which bava Wan added will furnish ample room for a boarding house and dormitory j and will be sufficient to ec-' tsommodato any nnmber ef pnpila who may choooe tecome. Thl department will be ander the man agawtent of Dr, Himiltos and his accomplished . Udy, and will, at onco, remote the difficulty ax-1 f erietced by those who may dealra to tend their daughter to tha echool, but cannot obtain good hoarding for them. Send them all along thera wi...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 June 1858

. . . ,,...rtr t. tHWEATT r. " .. !Tcw Goods, ,AT TUB The EUuthcrn "Store. BT At the old" f Aid of !u"Clure, Robert A. Co. WE are now receiving and opening large end varied stack of Ppring and Hummer Coeds, bought prlnclpitly ef hrehch importer lit New Orleans. W-e hove maf arm gemeftts to keep our stouk well assorted thiouglrlhe sencon, of tha luteal I y tea from f uTif, Fanc.e, a our object ia to sell many goods at amall profits for cash. . . The following C atalogtte embraces a (V w of tha leu ilng articles: - '. ( lain and fancy colored allki and satins, kilk gauze flounced dresses, with fringes and chenille printed flounced, (Ida stripes, end plain berages, organdie robes and jnoonct muslin of every con eekable atyle, s,vis oigandie robs plain, figured and laucy embroidered larltins, (nil colors,) check mualln, nenaook and book .muslin, victoriu lawna, dotted awiss, embroidred mualln robe, corded and embroidered akirta, cambric and swies embroidered tikirta, cambric, and awiaa ...

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 June 1858

ITJf 1 .-f YfTT.-riT Irrv fv : i . -i hi JESS VOLUME' 9. CLARKSVILLE, TENN, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1858. NUMBER 32. ; THE CIII10N1CLE . , Printed Weekly on a dov.bl-medluni sheetevery Friday morning, by . NEBLETT &, GRANT, Pub lit her$ and Proprittort'. . TERM OF THE FAPER, , , , 2 Per annum, in advance. ' , : TERM3 OF ADVERTISING..., rORONK UARR01 TWSLVS tINtS OB LESS 14,50 fine Insertion $1,00 Two monthi Tbree monlhi . Bix month Twelve monthe Two Insertion Three Insertion On mouth - t!L --- - 1,50 5,00 2,00 2,50 9,00 15,00 -iUJ ' For th Chronlclo. HELEN BERNE. ,:. . . BY R. W. THOMAS. Author 6 "Th Young Colonel;" "Thi Refuytet;" "Lilly Dale;", "Thi Content rrimner; "Jam JVfain' "Th BrldeoJ mn Hour;" "Ida Holmtt," ttc, etc. , CHAPTER I. - In the valley of Virginia, on one of those inclined planes which slope off from the Bluo Ridge, and from which issue those transparent streams that, like a clear con- i science, conceal nothing from view, lived ' Mr, Charles-Berne a gentleman, in th...

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 June 1858

M t Slje Iar!i5uillc Cljroniclt, R. W. THOMAS, EilUor, J. K. NFW.F.TT,' J A. OF A NT, f I'ny.'is'irrj. Office, our Win. II. rPi,JJrc- IL"PAll communtcution must be addressed to the Editor. Business letters to the publishers. UAdverllsmrloiit9 must be handed In early on Thursday morning, or they will bo le't over, ffy Communication m;tst he lmiuhd in Ly noon on Thiirxbn, or thry trill be left over. FRtP Y, JUNE 25, 1858. JtS?" Wo copy a communication, to the ('linrleston Mercury, on tho subject of pro tecting homo industry, and invito for it, that careful consideration of all. - It is true that the article refers to the policy as rcBlrioieJ to cities and neighborhoods ; but the intelligent reader can not fail to arrive nt tho conclusion, that, if it is the true policy of Charleston to encourage its own mechanics and manufacturers, it is equally the true policy of the Stste of South Carolina to-do tho eamo thing of the whole South to do tho same thingof the ' vtholo Union to do the sa...

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 June 1858

4' LOCAL ITEMS. ' , NF.BLETT & GRANT, Local Editor: " FRIDAY, .TUNE 25, 1853. ID Chronicle Office over W H. Dryarly'i Store. XJ ' ILTThe Vigilance Committee of New Orleans haa disbanded, it seems, without "ridding the city of the Thngs, robbers and assassins that In Owl It," "We must emifcs that we at first believed the Vig ilant were organised for a worthy object, as they pretended, but since the whole mutter has been devclopsd, we are constrained to conclude that it wa"s all fur pnlltu-al effect. They say they were organized thret month ago, and during that time murder and robbery wore eaid to rrign supreme, yet the Vigilant dfJnot innulTcst themselves till few day before the election the election pass ed ofT quietly, retailing In the election or the American candidate, and the defeat of the Vigi lant candidnte. Immediately afterwards the Com mittee disbanded, nnd yet thry had not rid the city of a aingle Thug, robber, or assassin, unless uch waa the character of somo of their...

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 June 1858

Time. ' 1 THOMAS k BROTHER, ", Wholesale and Retail Druagists, ." CLAtiKSVIl.LE, TENN. WILL coutlnue to setl I'm, Paint.", GW, Per fumery, Book, Stationery, Oils, Combs, &.C., at reduced price for cmh, or to Punctual dea ler n Time, payable 11 July and 1 At Jnniiary. Towns 1 liomsig, having returned from California to Clarksville, for the purpose of ma king It din future home will take el.srge of the More, end give it his entire pergonal attention. To hf old friends and acquaintances, nothing need be sold to recommend him except to say, call nd see him, for, liy so doing, they will find lilin the same "llommis," ready to givs entire ratirfaclion to all Vfho may favor tho concern with theif cus torn. In calling the attention of oar many friend to the above Card we cannot refrain from returning our warmest thank for their very Jongand cou- Utined custom. 117" Remember the Prog Store en the Publlo Square, near Franklin street. . 1 : THOMAS & BROTHER. JnnB, '58-tf Dth of April, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 July 1858

'".V JL 1 VlHi'' r ,L 1 ; II... A ' M-v . VOLUME 0. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1858. NUMBER .33; THE CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly on double-medium eheeWvery Friday morning, by . , NEBLETT & GRANT, Publiiheru and Proprietor!. TERMS OF .THE TArEB, Per annum, in advance. $2 1 TERM3 OF ADVERTISING. f-oanNC SQUARE OF TWELVE 1INES OR LESS One Imertlon $1,01 Two monthe Three monthi Six monthe Twelve months $4,50 5,00 9,00 15,00 Two Ineertloni Three loeerttonf One month I! 1.50 2,00 2,50 OBlOIMAb HOVEHiETTE. . : For the Chronicle. HELEN, BERNE. BY R. W. THOMAS. Author of -The Young Colonel;" "The Rtfngteti" -Lilly Dale;" "The Convent Prisoner; "Jane Marion;" "The Bride of an Hour "Ida Holmtt," etc, etc. . CHAPTER III. . Eearly on the following morning, the two gentlemen arose and went forth to enjoy the refreshing coolness of the air before it is heated by the sun which, at that point, does not succeed in climbing over the summit of the mountain until the morning is far advanced. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 July 1858

t)e latk3iullc gfyronule, wft-.-T.-Hr1 f- : ' : ' 1 . . .'" , W. THOMAS, KJifrr. J. 8. NfcBI.ETT.J pubU,her: Office, over Wm. II, Bryarly's Store. CTAlinommunleatione must.be addressed loth Editor. Buslnsss UUera to the publishers. . ET Advertisements mint ba handed In early Thursday mornings, or they will he let over. P-tS Communication mutt It handed in ly fivufi on Thurtdny,or thfy will be left over. . ' FRIDAY, JULY 2. 1958. tiaST The Cincinnati Gazette has an article on the reception of John J. Crit tenden, in that city, the purpose of which is to make the impression that it waa a move on the political chess-board, whereby certain politicians arc attempting to fasten him upon the people aa a candidate for the Presidency. That the Gazette should take such a view of the matter, is perfectly in rWnctcr. and it is not in the nature of uch a partisan, to see in a popular demon stration of respect for an honest and dis tineulshed Senator anything but the out ward sign of some secret ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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