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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 6 April 1866

fll OLpnmt e . MKBLVrr. . I. A. ORAIT. 5EBLETT k GltHT, nUTISHIIW AND rRormrrons. R. W. THOMAS ..RDITOKt TERMS : . Thrf e Dollars per rear. In advance. Clarfcavlllc Tenn.i FRIDAY, APRIL. 0, 1888. A Couple of Connecticut Radicals Have published an Interview with the President,, the object of which I to prove bat be Id itlll radical, and has no idea of quitting the Union party. Such statement is well calcnlatcd to mislead the- maw of tbe conservative Republican Into the belief tbat rote for Congrcs it equivalent to vote for the President and vlcevcrsa. Bat the fallacy of the assumption (a easily xpoid By rcnrsory examination- of facta. The Union party if there be inch a one or ganizedif made up of those who favor a restoration of the Cnion on the plan laid down by the President. The Disunion party It made up of nch men at Steven", Sumner, and Fred Douglass, who oppose the restora tion of the Union, at proposed by the Presi dent. Andrew Johnson, of course, hits no Idea of abandoning th...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 6 April 1866

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. TRIPLE SHEET. ClarkHville, Toim.: FRIDAY, AL APRIL 6, 1866 A VOICB FRO THR SPIRIT OP TUB "DEAD Dltk." IlMack,'1 the Washington correspondent 'of the Cincinnati Commercial, who, by the wnyk is a vigorous writer, gets off the fol lowing good thing at the expense of the "D. D.," (n his last letter: TJte Loyal Leaguers, not satisfied with one revelatioo from the otbor world on the subject of the "Apostate," mustered the spirits into a second installment, or rather, delighted with their interview, secured its ; repetition... The fair 'mejumwas, one ful ly competent to speak aboutapottacy even without the intervention wr inspiration of spirits, idsirmuoh as she war (rot long since a successful applicant for. divorce, in the courts of New York. -Tb loyal folks who attended (the. leottre),-. say it was grandly w" ' icmuenif una entirely ae- molished that Tylerired individual.; J was ,tnot present on either occasion, but rather than miss hearing what the spirit had to s...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 6 April 1866

i r ; THE WEEKLY CHR0H1CLE. TRIPLE SHEET. Clarlcwville, Teim.: FRIDAY, a1 i. . APRIL 6, 1866 liEECHER AD niS AITTI0X8. . Onoe a year the Brooklyn searchers f. tcr things spiritual attend the groat 'cheap lark' institution presided over by ono Henry, whoso other name is Ward Hcech cr, and vio with ouch other in bidding for f ont seats,, sida scats, cushioned seats, and standing places in Plymouth Theatre. A poor iiuin hoa no show of getting a ticket for glory from ' the great iJeecher. Unlike Christ, there in a price, anda d tokens of a price, to bis Christianity. It coBUt money, to get to heaven via Brook- lyn. Poor folk -that is poor white folks, ' never will have their heavenly baggage checked from . Jieccher's station. Home span, sheep's grey and plain calico are not the apparel for Brooklyn. Beeuher has ten thousand dollars a year for conduct ing his-opera. It is the only theatre or nigger show iu the country which pay fl no license and . stock , therein must pay a I varge earth...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 6 April 1866

0 hf towels i. 8. NaBLKTT, i. A. GRANT, - Local Editor. Rati or Adtibtbiko. One Dollar per qntrtof rt lines. CLARKSVILLE, ...APRIL 6, 1868. U I ore schools. ' I rambling about tb city tho other day, paused to gsse at tbat one architectural Had educational boast of Clarksville, then known u the "Masonic College ofClarks- Tille." Wbstanelegant structure it is? Of vast extent, and built In the bandtomeit style of Ellzabetbean arthltectitre, It arrests the admiring attention of every passer-by, no , matter were be from Rome, tbat city of St. ' Peter'f Cathedral. And how picturesquely . is this noble pile eet off, by In ample en closing domain, thickly studded with grand old forest trees, whose kindly foliage, stirred , by the summer zephyrs, whisper to the mus ing student underneath, delicious Inspira tion and encouragement. We admired the wonderful natural beauty of the place, and its marvellous advantages, for being, by the band of tasteful labor, made into a quiet, cool and cloistere...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 6 April 1866

,v BTOIIWALl JACK803. ' memory or Stonewall Jackson has receives raw wioatet more tuwrntng in sim plicity and patbot than the following beao fcl poem, published In the New York Citizen f which Charlet Q. Halpiue ii the editor. Rr. ITalpine, himself a poet of rare taste, was an officer of the V. 8. army, during the late war, and is well known to fame as " Private Miles IfReilly." The poem in question, he says. It from the pen of a distinguished oflker f tie United States Mary. , lie sleeps all quietly and cold . . .... to " " f Then break his battle brand in twain And lay it with blm in the earth I 7a more at midnight shall he urge His toilsome march among the pines. Nor lear npon the mcrnlng air -The war-shout of bis charging lines. Cold is the eye whose meteor-gleam Flashed hope on all within its light; ;";:And Hill the rolce,tbat trumpet-toned, . Kan through the serried mnlts of fight. No more for him shall cannon's park. Or tents gleam white npon the plain; And where bis camp-fir...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 13 April 1866

XT' "Jf T"1" "w isaoxa vJLja;MMSikS V J .J .h - :; W . 'J Ai W n . j M v n ?' ' " " f"' " 1 f ' ? ..i .: i it-f .T.Ut .1 , VOLUilfi:, , . 01d;Seriesi voll4. sanitM -'Matt ,'.?? .' . : " ' CLARKSVILLE; TEM., FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1866.: Old Series No. 50.;; :;V NUMBER 40. ! ! 1 ' ' i T. fy fe) MeCUlXOCH. Spring and Summer Clothing. ,V WOULD: BESPECTFCLLT - AN. VI nounce. 4o ,our .numerous friends and patrons that Ire aw how ia receipt of a large ad elegant ytock of if U Spring and -"' Siimmer Clothing ! v r 7 .. ; f . J i I . . Of ths latest and tnort approved styles ud patterns Oar stock U now cemplet io every department, and embraces every article ns ceasary for a gentleman's complete outfit. We feet confident that can offer to the Finest Assortment of Goods ever brought to UU market, and- we intend to tU the in as low a they cm be purchased la ami. Bbtail establishment. r flie eiftk ha bean selected with tba tktATM'CAM by the seuior partner of oar firm, whose experience of twijitt Tt....

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 13 April 1866

I J e dl-ljromtle. I. f. HtSLITT, t. a. njiAITT. 31BLKTT tRAXT, rCBUWKM AND MOPRICTOM. R. W. THOMAS,. EDITOR. TKRM8I Tkrce Dollars per year, In adfance. Ctarkavlllc, Tcnn. I FRIDAY, aVwl!...... ....J3, 1866. WHAT IS TO BE TDK HUT STEP? Our renden have all learned by tbli time, that tb " Civil Right Bill" wat vetoed by tbt President, and baa beea passed over tbe veto. All wbo har read the Bill and tbe President's critict m upon its provisions are aware tbat it if grossly unconstitutional In every feature, and destructive of every rlgbt reserved to the Stntes in tbe original com pact Will the Federal Court endorse it? Will tbe PreslJent execute it T Upon tbe answer to these two questions banes tbe future of the country. If tbe Radicals can give effect to the law, constitutional liberty is at an end, and a despotism, merciless aud (rinding, will be the lot of people who have so long and blatautly boasted of tbe freedom of their iustUulions and their capa city for self-government. We cu...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 13 April 1866

i V '.- , J. 8. Xs&LETT, TMt jju,-. . Ratm or Tuxmiv.eOM Dollar per M)wnoi to tun. CLARUvILLbV.......APRIL 1, 1866. tO. 0. F. W are glad to leara that rylbagorai Lodge Ko. U, of the Indepen dent orfttf of Odd Fellows, hM been re-or-fanltedead bav secured ball ortr Courts A Reaamont'i store, on Franklin street "We fcop toon to see this Lodge in working trim. Tbeft will be a meeting next Monday (right, Bad as matter of Importance art to b transacted, wt bop to tee a full ton out of the members. . fU Mr. Thomas Ran?, Esq., wh In . stalled in the offleo of Sheriff, of this county, . pa tbt fim Monday In this month, and hu appointed Jordan Ktblttt and Geo. R. Har rW bit deputies. Mr. Charitt H. Morrison, dm accepted bit old position at Jailor. They Art all reliable and responsible gentlemen, and will faithfully, perform their ardaoni duties. ' fk.Tb rtmalnt of George Boyd, ton of O. J. KcCealer, Esq., of thit county,, who died In thit place on the 7th of February, ; 1M2, erera taken ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 13 April 1866

1 Z'on) lb London Times, March 8. " J volcanic vWdkrs. . & d Hfr Mnjesty'g ship Surprise, Com m under Tyron, whicji had,l)crn djsnnfclicd to Satuo riot to redder autaneeto the' -.inhabitants, returned to Malta on, F.ridn;, the 23rd of February. We hart been kindly favored with the following Interesting particulars of 1 ine recent ?Qicnie entption.nA sooo Hr rtsntorlni was lighted by tbe Surprise a dense white mnss of vapor wm observed rig log front the tea, which appeared to be boil ing from lome unknown cause, and wbeo the Uland was approached a strange sight was wn the sea evidently was boiling, and clouds of the whitest steam rushed out, soar ing heavenward like an enornnim avalanche, and looking like snow. Something black was then seen rising slowly' front the sea, which afterward turned ont to be no 1cm tbananudnnd springing from the deep. It appears there were no earthquakes, but con vulsions of na'uro, caused by volcanic Is land! Jiavlng been .thrown up from the sea; and ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 20 April 1866

. sv PITT in , yhlpj. i.' ' - "TT- M 1"" nr. i y- j . hi OjJLV 1 f VOLUME .1: ' Old' Series vol. U. . :: :; A : 0 nCLARKSV!LLE, TEM., FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 18G6." Old Series, No. 51 ' ' . NUMBER 41. .rvan a 11. r 1 - i 1 1 M A . I' II I MBBBK- fc. M W " '"WPP 11 IF " . V V -BJIll ill 1 rami jirKCTsi-iV ' I'M" J l. D W. M. TANDY, Wholesale and Retail Grocer! rRANKLIN STREET, CLAKKSVILLtV TENNESSEE, n AVISO PROCURED . THE WELL known Grocery stand, formerly occupied by Lewi A Glass, and known as tbe "IIoum Stand," would respectfully Inform the trade that bo will keep a General Stock of Groceries, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. - W call tha ipecial attention of Merchant to our itock of Staples which w are deter mined to at such profits at will make it to their inlercat to give us a call before go ing farther North. - , Wc will give ipeclnl attention to all con signment entrusted, lo our care, kFeb2,'60-tf f. M. tanot. To Tobacco Shippers I Short Line to thf East Title. via. Evans- Only One Change...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 20 April 1866

Olljronide. J. s. r.ii.rrr. - t. A. SRAT. XEBLETT A GRANT, ftmumiM Ann morurroM. ft. W; THOMAS,...'. EDITOR. TEEMS i Three Dollar per year, la advance. Itarkavllle, T FRIDAY, APRIL. .10, 1866. If onr Federal Onion It a com pact, sim ply, thro, if tnnt compart should bo violated by on of tS parties, at any time, Mich vio lation woald justify tli other (tarty in abaji dknifcg it. Tbit proposition all cas undc a and, and all will admit. Again, tba North did violate that compact of Union In refusing to return Aigltlve to the South, and to permit the South her rights in the common Territories. This President Johnson declared la the most earnest man ner in lbs Senate, prior to the 4th of March, 1861, In his speech on the Invasion of the South by the armed forces of the North, under John brown, and In other speeches. nditmapoli UtralA. The case it strongly presented, notwith standing the writer neither affirms nor de nies the conclusion so logically deduced from bit hypothesis. After givin...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 20 April 1866

Rats or ADVSjrraise. On Dollar per squaraof rur tram CLARK8VILLE,.........APRIL 30, 1868. Rauojoca Hotiol W ar requested to tat that until tb repair which r now being mad on th Baptist church ar com plated, th Sabbath tchoot and otbr roll gloat MercU of that denomination, will be held at Dr. L. D. Ring's Khool-room at reg ular hour at berttofor. All art Invited to attend. ' ' S9 Regular service will bt rcsnmed in th Cumberland Pretbyterlw church, In thlt city, by Rev. 8. P. Cbesnut, commencing neit 8abbatb morning-. Elder John M. Watson, th Lord per- nittlng, will preach on th fifth Sunday in thlt month, and Saturday before, at New Providence. THI CAYI ADVEXTl'RK. We suppose, most of our readei hare read the thrilling narrative, of th expedi tion to "Dead Han't Care," Learenworth, Indiana, by a party of gentlemen, moitly from Louisville, w believe. It preeentt th mott remarkable Incident of which w hare ever read, and verifies th truth of th much quoted passage, "truth it stranger t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 20 April 1866

TE.1XESSEK LEGISLWRJE. SHNATB. TarasrMt, "April 1J, isgb. t t There being no quorum present, the Sen it adjourned until 9 A. m. to-morrow. , I MOI'fl Of rTRB5I1TATlTlW. ") - i"'A '" aThckwat, April II, 18(50. -The Ilnure met at the usual hour, Mr. llfiskell lu the chair. I'mjrtr by liev. Dr. Gee. . A reptrt from the Committee on Elections was, alter considerable discussion, adopted, admitting Messrs Porter of Henry, Nunn of Haywood, and. Stfplierd of Hawking, to seals. Major Warren presented a memorial from certain member elect, at follows: Pin: At Representative eleol from vari ous couiitiea of the State, we have been waiting for three day, with onr credential! in our band, in legal form, to lie admitted to our seats, and bare applied fur inch ad mission from dur to day. . Our admission would hare secured at once the requisite qtionitn for the transaction of business. We now respectfully demand to be admitted and qualified as members of this House, in accordance with established us...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 27 April 1866

. . 1 - ' I ,111 II II 11.1 " V 1 I I 11.111 I2JA8 SLTOj 4l' ill JUJlilJL -ILUHJ'lNJLHJJlJJJjJo jKtriifna'f V fin . Old Scries, vol. If - ;'; : : ' CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY, APRIL 27; 186C. .Old Series, Ifo. 52. NUMBER 42. i i - -n. w i y ,! -r Mr i r : .way ."W I I I I I l ' - - ;;I;'YpLyME:.i -- W. M. TANDY. t jr.!-. ,iv -J Knolesale and Retail Grocer ! " FRANKLIN STREET, "J X'CLJlRKSVlLLE, ' .TENNESSEE. 9.'tTAVINO - PROCURED THE WELL u. A- known Grocery stand, formerly occupied U LcwUt Glass, and known as tbe "House ... )Btaud,V, would respectfully Inform the trade -that he Will keep a ...... .(,.,.. ,.,:; .'General Stock of Groceries, ,AT .YlfHQLESALE AND RETAIL. We call the tpeclal attention of MerchauU ..to onr stock of Staple which we are deter mined to tell at inch profit at. will make it to their Interest to give-us a call before go ing farther North. . We will give special attention to all cou- SlgrimertU n trusted, Id, oar care.'. Feb 2, '66-tf . . W. M. TANDY. To Tobacc...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 27 April 1866

t dTr0nt(le. I, . NBOLITf. " i. A. OBASt. 3EBLETT X CRIST, nrm.mniM add BRomiBTon, TERMS I Three Dollar ner year, In id ranee. II. W. THOMAS,.... EDITOR. Clarksvilie, Tcnn. i FRIDAY, APRIL ..27, 18G6. Kxkutiv Uttebancb. President Jt.hu- on Iim made speech to a delegation of soldier and sailors, la which be reiterates nil policy of restoration, and his determina tion to follow it oat to Its legitimate results. Tiers seem to be points in tlx speech sug gestiv of much mora than meets the eye of a superficial reader. Bat whether this be so, or not, there is much in the speech to cheer the friends of Union and liberty, North and South, and to swell the volume of indignation against (be pott Congressional tyrants who seek to destroy both. The President suggests that there may be dis content on account of his moving too slow ly ia the direction he bas chosen. It is needless to disguise the fact, that there is diasatiBfaclioa on this score; bat, in the Soutli, it is moderated and modified b...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 27 April 1866

i. A. GRANT, Rath or Adtirtuixq. Ons Dollar per tqoart of tin um CLARK3VILLK, APRIL JT, 1866. TbI Niolictid PiaD. Most of our read' in an awart of tba recent movements at Franklin, mod etocr .points In tbt South, to do honor to tbt gallant dead, who laid down thtir lives la defense- of to them a rlgbt ona canst, and all moit confess that a aacred doty U left undischarged to long a a tin- gla soldier's grate la unmarked by the grat itude of the living. Let radical knaves and fanatical foolt bowl, till they are hoe me, the charge of treaton against the martyred . . soldiers of lb South. To ot, they were t .true and patriotic, and by us, let their mem - ""brief be cherished. Let their last resting placet be marked by neat enclosures, wher ever practicable, and their. graves decorated with flowers and evergreens. A senil-ennu ' al pilgrimage to these consecrated spots thould be considered tacred duty, and each recurring visit followed by tome evl denct of additional cart and sympathy. H...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 27 April 1866

It seems that Tennessee can ing produced tbt largest maa who has rotdr uw appearance incur inc. in for some year past. The Jackson Whig, f March 3ltt, jyi: . II... ..1 i! I I . . . - . i.i- .. . . - .. , w vtwiMim jtn ufi nirettea iaaiute teat, guiujakt -round ot th newspapers giving th weight of a lt Garann, mid to iw the largest tuan In the world, lit welgl id something over five hundred pounds. Now we published, Id 1857, tu death cf Miles Darden, a cititen of Henderson, in au aJjoluing count' , in tlila Stale. We men tioued bit weight at the time of bit death, which wi io enormous that the figures ex-sited-less of wonder than derision. At that time politics ran vry high, and- editor ea gerly teized. apon everything out of which they could Biake a supposed oi real capital. ..Indian copied our article and laid that it 1 M 1 1. : HkL -It WI.I- . . . . in Hcvmig wuu hii wing statement nut, t be credited. ; Now we know that we can find oue hundred cilisens in Henderson county who will...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 4 May 1866

-v "lullU! I10WCK rr ;il J) I , - - o i ' A ,"mrr , i a VOLUME 1,. Old; Series;' vol: 15 ; CLARKSVILLE, TEOT., FHIDAT, MAY 4, 1306. 1 y, OW Series, No. 1. .NUMBER 43. V r ' M lis m v - Kill 1 W. . BACOK, J. W.OBAT, t. C. MUCH, ,' W. VAlllOBB, ', W, It, CVABDT, . , P. sou. BACON, CLARDT & CO. JT. 81 rewi-st,.,.,. MW TOM. i ,. ;..,. : ' ' AMP - ' GOLD, ROACH 4 CO., Jfo. 28 Caroadlett Street, HEW ORIGINS, Cotton and Tobacco factors, eneral Commission Merchants, . . AGENTS t D. 8. Bmcdict Son, Louisville, Ky . T. F. Petto, Clarksville, Tenn. Meter. Allison ft Kimma, Nashville. I will snake advances in cub to thus whq desire It, 00 Produce ready Ibr shipment, to cither of the above bouse. Not. 3, '6S-8m T. F, Pmns. To Tobaccp Shippers! Short Line to tbe East Tla. Evans vllle. Only One Change of fan Between IvansflUe and New York. Quick ' time and careful handling mar be relied on. i JPjfcjT'Ratee ai low aa by any other liqe."tij Brown, Dunkcrson ft Co., ' AOBtlTS Of TBi Beilefontain ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 4 May 1866

r - I I - Cljc (mklt. j. . KCULtrr. - J. a. mm , ED LETT k SRA5T, PTM4MIKM Afcb MOMtimiR. , TKItMsi ,.. Three Dollar per year, la Ad viae r. f R. W. TUOMAS,. .-EDPTWIt. ClarkitTlllc, Tenn.t rRI&AT, MAT 4, 1BB6. CASTIXfi FEiBLS BKF0B1 1V13K. We pahlfcn, to-dny, the speech of t!i Hon. Or Johnson, on. the .question of bit right to ami In the Senate. It will he rend with Interest by those of nr readers who have not seen It, end alt will agree thnt . it wm rafting of pearls Wore twine. He rebuked, severely, the impertinence and ras cality of the political guerrilla who consti tute the majority of the Senile, but we re gret that each Iterling priDciplte and noble sentiments were promulgated to tnmn who neither understood the one nor fee! (be other. We with some skilful artist had teen Dies ent, and eould have preserved, on canvass, rirld representation of the seem. The venerable speaker, with eyes radratiag In tellect features exprewive, at once, of wis dom and conscious superiority, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 4 May 1866

J.' A. GRANT, - Xeo' m,ort- Rats of Ab?iftTHO. Out Dollar per square or tm (tun. CL ARRSTILLE, ...... MAT 4, I860, TQFSK1VIXT. We bad the pleasure of being pretrnt, at a meeting of a portion of the young gentle men of toil,. Christian, Todd, and Loga counties, Kentucky, when it Wat determined to hold Tournament at the Fair Grounds, near thli place, en the Sift of May. . Wa believe that tbe exact programme, or rather, tbe programme of particulars, bat not i jet, been determined on ; bnt a very good , idea of the whole affair, may be gathered from tbe general report of the Committee on ' organisation, of which Captain Will. A. El II ptt it chairman, and of tbe report of the Committee on tbe Re-union both of which we hare read, and of which we propose to ' give rttumt. '" ' ' The whole affair, both Tournament and Re-union, will be under tbe auspices of the Lady Managers pf the Tennessee Orphan Asylum, bnt specially arranged and con ducted by the Committee, and the prpoeedi will be appl...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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