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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 September 1869

TKRILS Or PB1XK1X0 WD WHISKY, Many yetrs go, when tha Suto of feorj;i wan in it infancy, one of Clio Circuit Judged wan JJola JJrown. an ancestor of the recent "accesh , Governor of that narao. He was a una of ability and integrity, but like a good many distinguished persons of that day, he loved a social glass ; and whenevor tho members of the bar would turn In and help, be sometimes uranilc to excess and been mo glori ously fuddled. On ono occasion, ' wbilo traveling on his circuit, he readied th ' village' of Dayton, in Dooly county, where tho court was to bo oponcd nozt day, and -took nuarters with, a relative of his wife, tnat lady accompanying him. After supper Judgo Brown strolled over to tho only tavern in tho place, kept by eno Sterritt, whero ho met a number f his- legal fnoiidH. A convivial evening was passed : drinks frequent ly went round, and somewhere about midnight, the Uonorablo iiela was in stato. of miud quite the roverse of ' that implied by the old saw, "Sober a...

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 September 1869

Urn Urates of advertising. KO. KltJAtlES. 11 MO 2 MO S MO 6 MO 12 MO 1 Skjl tare ,,,,, 2 Biuares 8 Houarea m. 9M t oo 7 00 I0W 12 00 Ift 00 25 Oil W) 00 4 to 8 on 10 on oof t 60 19 00 20 (III 21 OU DO 00 Sfi 00 no oo 6.i (m loo on 10 (DM II 00 ir. oo ai oo H 00 45 00 liO 00 12 III) 15 Wl ?d on 2 ) 00 Sfi 0I ID 0(1 . 'A iHiin ,.... Jj Column...,.,. JJ Column...,,. JJ Column....... 1 I Column 12 0l 15 01) 17 00 so oo xi on To Advertisers. aw partlaa aaVcrthilnit by contract, for a Blvn tlmn, will beconMncd lo their Ipk tl 1 iaal linxinnM) anything outside of Hi Ik .will rsjohtiraed for separately. Advertisers, for a specified time, ex fowling thrnit months, will have the prlvl leg of i-oiK-wlii their adverUamneuta quarterly; all extra changes will be clinrucd for. mw Iiouhle-oolumn advertisements will be chawd one-third mora Unto regular TBI on forHlnnleeolumna. " Funeral Notices, Obltunrte, ar any other mutter subserving prlvuto intercut, will he charged for. . , 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. — 25 September 1869

Miia urn L'i TIIK GlLltONlCLE . Nmu.Krr , . i. a. uhast. XEBL'KTT't 'GRAN'f ,"" i aniTOiis An I'Hopkiotorm. VW-in.. Ttiit Ihilltm jut annum tit utltvincr. KHSMKNT I-KT .IT 11U (jlOYKUXEU hy 'Wiiitk MM, Oltii'lcHVillo, Tcnii.l KATUKP AY.,. ....... ..SEPT. 2-1, 1SC9. w. i. kf.i:i:i:, A1.IAH "Jl'NTH't:." . - - v , Kditoiis fciiuoN-icMi: In your last lui", Mr.;W.il', Koiioo, over tlio fiKimtuii pt " Justice," makes a garbled Btatemont of an election held ty tlio Mnyor and Alilcrmcn, of the city, ou'tlio eventng of Pehriuiry 1st., 1HGII, nt .which time he WAt, ns he nf flrinn, t'leetod TreamiaT1, find on jiro Hcnting himself nt tho ltecordcr'B of fice the nuxt day, jirupiu-jd to execute a bond, wan informed that W. 1. Hume hud been ducted, etc. 'As the 'statement ho makes does givut In justice, to tho Hoard nnd myself, I ... . . , ., . . , , . .Jdcxiro to give now, in rcfutution, a Weirlve so nw few ftpiiolntments; . , , .... . , . , . ,. , true statement of tho case, nindcny the ronfore...

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 September 1869

TnE CHRONICLE NEBLETT &, GRANT, . H lU;JlJtlU AND VHUl'ItlBTOIiH. HATKM OF ADVKBTIHIKO. One ilollnr (" sqilm-fl of ten Hried tf less. Cl.AHKMVlI.l.K, HATHRIIAT, HKPT. 4 11(1. A CJl OSS MA HK.In Mure we will triake a front mark on the. mar- um oj our pupir, as '"3"'" to alt patrons whose time of tubtcrin- Hon hat expired. Look out for the crott mark ana renew your sua i $cripTUn at ivn i :" Goi.u In New York yesterday was at!35. ' ' Ho. W. 1L Hjceed died at Knox- vllle last Saturday morning. .,fv' . .. v There are six candidates for tho Louisville rost-offlce. T11B National Banks now contain $17. US, Ml of specie. LASt'V,Tvi the shipments of treas ure from Ban Frauclsco to New York was fC'iO.OOft. - - Thb National Intelligencer appear ed again on the 20th Inst. It is thor oughly democratic in tone. - . t. 1 - . Thk new Market House is nearly oompleted. It Is a very nice and ap propriate structure let croakers say what they may. ' Kick card In special column, to the citizens of th...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 September 1869

() 4. THE CHRONICLE. larksvlllc, Saturday, Hrpt. 23, isoil. ' Lout 1,1 tile Ones. IawU nt encli other nproHs Hie river, ni'rowi tlio vttlley, nre tlio wliltcHtmies flint mark tho "looping place of our ili-iul. The lit tie lirowii mounds grow moiTfiequeiitJn tlio villngeconwtrifH, lino! Bfld i1(ico.inI(iiih have of lute, with mournful frctiiifiiee, wound up the lutli to tlio letting place where the unullcs, nuw without lockers, are l lent uiul'diiitib. ' J Tho tiny oul-1mri Jnat softening nnil swelling in tho miiihIiIiio of pu trrmil love, Jimt throwing the soft dimpled tendrils around our necks, mid tumbling wtct broken Hyllubles in our i-nrw, are with ono Ktist ofmiow, Hwept away mid hidden lit tliegnnuul. There lire the empty chain, the I lent playthlnp. Uie littlo dresn. and the i-niinbled uluwn that will be dented no more with tmtterlnff feet, all wreathed with mid remembrances of the happy hour when the closed eyes dniieeu with wonder of each fresh niht of new creation, Ijovo f...

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

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, TWO DOLtlRg A TEAR, IX ABU5CI PiM It Paid Wilkin Six Moath. .W at tbe End of tae Tear. ' . SVILLE CHRONICLE. MO. SslUABES, II MO 2 M l MoT 4 MO 1 12 MO 1 Hiniaro 2 rVjuares...... 8 Hrjuare I oliimii... 2 M 4 50 ton 10 Oil 12 on is on au on 21 on m w 411 on oo 12 o i oo 20 00 a oo :it oo 4.1 00 tm no IS on 2U on 26 on SO on ' "i no 60 00 as on inn mi 6 OH 7 00 10 (XI lion n on 8 01) 10 ) i2oi)! it ao i? on VOL'. 4."NO '51. Q CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1869. J O 11 "V O Tt It Seatly and Promptly Kxeeeted. li Column t Column.. 1 roiiimn WHOLE NO. 522. as on-n oo :io no RATES OF ADVERTISING CLARK , , , To, Advertisers. - 1 . ". ' frt loi) ad vertlslmr by control, for a given Mine, will ba confined to thnlr li-tfltl-initn bugine; nvthlnc miUlcl of this will lHured for separately. mrr Al. riix m, tor a sinewed time, ex ceeding three, months, will have the privl lf(W or renewing their advertisements quarterly; all extra changea will be cliiiiniHi for. '...

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 October 1869

- V TilbllitONICLE J. A, NKItl.KTT; " ' ! ' J.' A. OllA-MT. N K BLKTT. A'.fitt AH T KUITOIl ANn riUd'HIKTOK. . Trmmi lira JhiUnrn per nrnrnrn tn ndi-mice. Tin "is a Whiti? Man's Oov- KHTMENT'--f.E'r TT" BE ' GoVBRNEn y Wirrn! Mr. 1 "'-r """ ' ""'- JlurUnvlII, Ten 11. i i . . , - i . , . KATURDAY;. -..OCT; ?, -1SG9. Till! ri'IEE5TII AXEXUXEXT. We have been profoundly rtstonlsbed at the IndiireTence and apathy fnnnl fiwU'd by many of our people In ref erence o the Fifteenth Amendment. We' have heard some who ought to be bettor Informed on tliesulijuft ray that it would make but little Ulffor enoa whether tli amcndirront was adopted or not, as tho ballot would not be taken from the negro any way. If negro mill'ruge were the only thing contained in the Amendment, there might be Dome plituslblllty In the above position, so far tw tho people of this State are concerned. Rut negro suffrage Is not the only thing aimed at by the cunning and unscrupulous men who concocted the Fifteenth Amendm...

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

THE CHItONlOLE neb Lett &, qranT- ri'lll.lKHMU A!D PHOVHIKTOIW. HATFJI OF ADVF.HTIHi.tO. On dollar per sonara of ten Hup or In. CI.ARKSVIL.I.F., HATI'BHAT, 0T01IKR2, IH. A CROSS MARK. In future we will make a trott mark on the tnar trln of our paper, at a notification to all pntronnwhoteHmeof tubserlp tion hat expired. Look out for the e.ron mark and renew your tub' eorlpiiont q once, . ... Ooi-d In New York yesterday at 0:10, A. M. was 129J, at 10:15-A. M., 12ni($129J, at 12 r. m. 130J.- The excitement 1ms entirely subsided. John Young Is a candidate for Alderman In tne JVurth ward. Bear thltt In tnlnd when you go to vote. Ws are authorized to announce J. M. Rick as a candidate for Alderman In the 8tH Ward. Thk municipal election takes place to-dny. We can Inform you who the elect are In onr next Issue. Mr. Geo. Rick, an excellent sales man, has taken a position as clerk at It. 15, McCulloch's clothing Vtore. Tim big circus performs In this city to-day. It Is said to be the bes...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 October 1869

THE CHRONICLE. tlarkatiileV Suftirdaj,' c. 2, 18. josh BIM.IXOS. The Knecona and the reltyfogger. Tlie Itiicnoa iz s resident ov the UniUil H(trv Amcrlot; be einU firntiil tew this country soon after Its linkovery by Columbtm, without ornt, rik! nothing but his claws tew git a living with. . He H one ov them kind ov persons whoao hide lz worth more than all the rent ov him. He resides among the heavy tlm ler, and cultivates the cornfields and natrium garden sans for suHtenauoe, and undiTHtnnds his bizzlnesn. II la family connldts ov ft wife and three children, who liv with him on the Inside or a tree. He can alwus be found at home lurliiK the day, reddy tew receive tnlK but his nights are devoted tew looking after his own afliilr. 1 le dretwes In soft fur, and hiz tall, which iz round, has rings on it, There rings are ov the fame mate rial that tlio tall lz, and are worn upon all (HTRHnlons. During the winter he tics himself up Into a hard not and lays down by lux flrettide. When sp...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 October 1869

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. T0 DOLLARS & TRAX, IS iDIAKt K 12.50 ir raid Within Six M6nths. - dJ at the End f tat Tear. XO. SaVABKS. 1 MO 1 HO 1) MO t MO 12 MO 1 Hnimre 50! 5 00 T 00 4 50 Oo 10 Oil B 00 io on VI oo 00 12 00 .', Oil 20 00 itt 00 115 Ou 45 Oil mi 00 It 00 20 III er on no on lis oo so uo ta on lllll ll 8 Hiiiurn..n a rwiuarea, 10 (X 12 00 It Of) 17 Oil : OH IS.Ofl 20 til 13 on If, on' CLARKSVILLE, TENN, , SATURDAY, OCTOBERS,' 1869. JOII. WO II K . Neatly n4 Promptly KxecM rf. Oil WHOLE NO. 523; : HO (0 on i:W fin "RATES OF ADVERTISING. I GEE.. .''' ... T.To Advertisers.., ' fsrtlea Jvirtlltnt f snntract t frlVn Ulna Kill Ik. conttnisl UD their ll'ldtl- Ravwriismn "T onni i w , i" i 'liii.f l.lnewT envthlnK naisldo of Ibis f Will brahiirfted fo separately; ' - : V Advertise for eiaaJfled 8flH M rcedliiK three months, will have tin- prlvl-1-Kk of renwlna their advertisements quarterly i all extra changes will be ohurKiKl for. . ' oar lioulile-oolumn advertisements will be...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 October 1869

. WBiri.tlT. ." ! ... . A.HBAJIT. : .!:! , ' i' lWnut Thiq ItuUat per annum in atlianr. ' k , , . 77 T If) A W,,ITE Man' (,ov: K.wiiKW-LCT irM GotERNEn y Ww Mw . Clui-loavllle, Tcnn.l BATUrtDAY OCT. 0, 1880. . liSt'OlHAUK IMJf IUltATIOX. ,r 1 ' , .... These were the words of one of the boldest snl niont renownod dpbrtters In Cngre Bhor ly after the United Imiloh Rftehf,orii ftn(, a gom jn Btatea had wlabliahed their lude-; thut ,nc ; Wcei lck,e h pendenoe in the. struggle of 70. jiatcher, woa elegant.. Farm pro Patrick Henry, who took su!i au duoU wore well reprewnted. Aba active port In efTbcHn'? that revolu- rouche, by Baker Bro., of this city, .ion, was the first to forget all pre- and a buggy, ty Mr. Baker, of Hop vioim nnimoHltieii and liohl outthe'ki11(1vllle, created a aensation, and hand of-reconciliation' and pence.were pronouneed, by all who Haw Ho strongly ndvoctitcd every meaft- tiicrfl htly cver cxhibited. nro wnicu coum liiuuce tug rotum or me rocugeea wno rwu espouseu...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 October 1869

THE CIIKONICLE NE8LETT 60 QANT, , rcBusuaits asp viwrmirruM. BATK8 Or AtlVRItTISINO, tfni dollar per squnre of tn linen or (ma, X'LARKSVIILS, HATVBbAY, CXTOBKB9, ISO. A CR OSS MA KK.ln future we u-tft make a cross mark on the mar . gin of our paper, as a notification to all patrons whose timeof subscrip tion has expired. Look out for the cross mark and renew your sub- 'nptrons at once r ' The Leciislaturk. We learn, by a UlefrrorOj rxctrtved yesterday, kindly furnished us by rr. Jso.J., B0WLR8, of the Southern Pacific and Atlan tic Company, that the Governor's Message will be delivered on Monday Immediately after the inauguration, and tUat the legislature, a a body, will visit our Fair grounds to-day. Gold In New York yesterday at 8 o'clock, A. M., was 131 at 10:26, A. 1 The proceeds of the Wilson Couuty Fair amounted to 'about $3,000. ' - T. J. Munford Jr., was elected Notary I'ubllc by our County Court, 1 lu place of G B. Faxon resigned. If the author, of "What they are after," ti...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 October 1869

Mil THE CHRONICLE.; ClnrktYlllc. Saturday, Oft. Q.ISOP. Hinke the last dead blossom From the thorny hough ; Ilovnl rose or thistle Which la falrnr nnvl Worst nf weeds mid queen of flowers. ... '"I'lfiiuil nuiuk ofSuiiiiiirr Jiomiwi . 111 Uie WCt STUMS Iri'Dd l.llclll rlu n ' In Uie wet grits tn-ud thuu down. l.JVylfswItii tuemrTriing'g r, , , i 1 Hfimlng besnty Unshed; - 1 , ttSed being crushed;'" ' I-ovcIchs. m-enlless, sl.lehvslite 1 W hlch hit bow most cause for prldnf lry and shriveled, lil and brown A j " VU,, Wt''1 fcr"a Uustn iou, RaitKly -wowing MghUebnrig, ( hild of gloom mill drum j Lilies, while and saintly. Willi celestial breath ; ' I'Scless now to hle-is or hnnn, ; . Vans their pultun, viihi- tliulr bnhnl Ir,v nnil shriveled, hid and brown er. Jnthe wet grass tread thorn flown, i AmgrnhMisW fancied f H'lowerr. that could not die! I Morning-glories, fading I Ere their dew was drv ' Which I nut now the nnbterclalmf ! . A iiii'h has now the prouder nameT 1 ..Jmt.v nilhriv...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 October 1869

RATES OF ADVERTISING. ..' ilT' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TVT0 U0LLAU8 A TEAR, 1$ Af ASCI? J.50: If raltf WftMa 6lf Months. '.00 ii ine End of (lie If ir, ' .t o if v ky 'ix. ic Xcatl) and rrbmplly Exrcitlfd. , " . . I RON CLE. SO. SQUARES. It WO 8 lo lKo e MO 1 12 MO 1 evpiara 2 Manures.-.. A Hnuaraa -i Column... Jij Ci.lurtiil... l Coltimn.... J, Column... 1 t'olnnin 2 60 4 SO 8 Oil 10 Oil 12 (Ml1 urn! 10 Oil VI on 1.1 on x oo 00 1 On ir, (m I S 00 6 ) 7 Ul 10 00 1 1 3 oo 20 l 2.1 on mi on 7W on no on 20 oo r '1 0" 1 00 i 3s on m no : onU". oo to onlwi on VOL. 5.--K0 1. CliARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, i860.' '41 i :o on :vt no 1 84 Oil 06 oo WHOLE NO. 524. H ) Inn mi ... ..:. : i- . IV' .T . i '"J 1 7 m t!if I be i.I I ' i . , " ' ftwtlna adviiflslii by 5rnlrniit, for Ik 14 1 v Mi tiaip, will fe coiillncd t their Icgiti mntp iniKi""; iirililnn outside of this wllllN'elisrnc4 fo separately. - Advertisers, tar a aiic-Uld time, ci mlliix three months, will Imvo Ilia jtrlvi 1"K...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 October 1869

THE CHRONICLE . KClW.Kirr.. -,,.., CIMJOIT. NKBLRTr I tfRAKT, Tetnitt pco Itottar P"ir qinm ( nvfrnnre. Turn ih a Whitk Max' Gw- KlOiHKS'f LET v IT VG.-UV VEllNED jiy White Men. Clui'l(Mvllh, rf onii.i , tlOV. KKXTtnit IHAliaiUI. A IV. 'i.,'r; j k mUKNH. t, : .v., ., , . Gcntlcmtimf UiC Senate Und of Hit Jluuti of 4Urt!cnlativi it wmtlil Ii untrue) to my nature Mid 1 would be unworthy tha liar, t inllty nhfiwn iw by the ii'nplo of my imtivo Htnte, did I fail to express to you, ami to them tlirmifrh you, my sitiuvre und heartfelt jrratltiulo. In lionorliifr me a they have with their Mifferngc, nnd in placing me iii the hla host position within their Rift,' fei-1 that limiruiirre U liiHr)Hittt to !X)i-ef.s the? ohlifrutloiiH uixlcr which I , nm )Ih('ci1,uuiI I shall consider my hoII'iis holding Hio trimt tiiey have con tided to mi, fin- tho common good unci ireticrcil welfare of the whoio iho j.lcor the irftiite-. . io duty nhall Ik iieglox'ted when in my power tn perform It, and no p...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 October 1869

o THE CHRONICLE "neb Lett&T6r ant, runi.miir.im and Roi-ufETniM. HAT KM or ADVKnTISIMa. Onednllnr perainnre of ten lines of lee. I'l.ARKNVIM.R, HATUKOAT.OCTOBKB 16, IMS. 'AL'ii6i'& fMARh'-In future we trill ntaka a aru$ titark n the Mar gin of our paprr, an a notification to nil patrm is who e time of ubtrtp tion hat expired. . Look out for the eronn mark and renew your tub toriptioH ul oiu& . a .. .. , i t in ... . 11 I Ooi.d In New York yesterday was 1301. Divine Skiivkk. Kev. K. f . Hart will preach ut the 8oth ClmksvUl Cliurrli to-morrow, (Sunday) at the iiHual hour. President Grant has Issued a proclamation appointing Thursday, November 18tb, a day of thanks giving And prayer throughout the United Htates. ' Death or EXtPukbidknt Tierce. Kx-Pre;;ident Tierce died at his resi dence In Concord, N. H., on Filday the 8th I nut. He was born Novem ber Sid, 1804, iu Hillsborough, New Hampshire.' ' T" ' J. Snyder A Co., took the pre mium on the the best specimen of painting ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 October 1869

" '' ...... XIIKONICLE., tl;irkvHle. Saturday, Oct. 1(1,1809. Don't Drlnlt Ts-nlftbl. ' I l"ft my mother In the door. . Vlyeistcrhy haiMdei. . I , Oli-Sr tlesped handeaml lavlns looks ; rorlind.' tneli doubts to hldu" 1 V.'f ' "l,'t w,,h comrades our , I When the moon lifuughi outherlbrht. APd my loving hiolhef whlK.rm me 'UonUjlnk, my boy, 4o-iiigUt Long years have rolled away slncothen: My felly curlsare groy t 1 Hut oh those words are with ma I All will not pass ewav, - a , I "V?. '!' mother's loving lace, w ith go.slrnissrmJIatir, bright, .1 i And hear her wurdh ring In mine ears. "Don't drink, uiy boy, to-night." , i Jly mother now U raiting Mml " , , In the itrnve.vard on the hill, And mot bar's iriWinu) hack to Hie And haunt my memory mill, I vp of Ion, often passed the eupt oil I then my heart was riaht, H 'c.mse I heard the warning words. "Don't Uiiuk, my boy, to-night-" 1 a" rtOMr T"uw1 ,,own Ihnroiul of life, A mother' warning listened to,. All IniNlnHfll nn...-n I . . Oh...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 October 1869

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' 10 UUkXA' L MiB. IX ABTAXCfc It PiU Vltala 111 IsBtkA. 100 at the End or tht Itir, IDLE. jro. SQUABXS. 1X0 2 MO mo 6 no 12 MO 1 Pquare...,. 1 Rquaree...., I Hiaarwi... t so 6 00 T 00 4 e 8 On 10 On don lo on 12 ou 00 12 00 lo 00 J) 00 21 OA 00 Mi 00 no (m IS 00 20 00 2S 00 SO (in HI 00 80 00 ofl on Inn ou Column. 10 on It on! 12 w in In on H9.0!.BS!--! 1ft M'0 Oil CLARKSVILLE,' TENN., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 23,. 18 89. JOB "V O It IC Neatlj and Prompt! Kxetnted. y iuiuinu , JJ Column.. 1 r'nlnmti 00117 mm on WHOLE NO. 2,080. if, oom (i.ir oo 30 nuiiW W!0 on RATES OP ADVERTISING RON t( I . ... j. ....... k . 1 . ... . . Advertisers ft- Parties fcrt IVrrllsIn nTtr.nt, for given tint", will tMcnnOnntliotliclr legiti mist, bnglnees; aaythUm atiWIUu of fids will bsrliarKed ftti aepafttteiy. , kiVtonMfvt, fcr a speotfled lim,eg eeeolng three months, will have the privi lege of renewing their advertisements quarterly) nil extra change will be Clmrireil for. mw Double-eo...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 October 1869

Till; CMIONICLE , n. icBi.rr. i -,... rat. NKBLETT GRANT, KrtitoM Attn morntETDHH. Ttrmt: Jfww Doiiur jwr nnatim rn wlwwar. This is a Whitb Man's Gov- I.KT IT His -GOVKKJCISFJ nv White. ILkn. - , ... ClarlfHVIllo, Tcnn.i SATURDAY........ OCT. 23, 1800. xARKMTii.t.i:-rrM rcrrBtv The Unlorfejid ;merlcanofrj TlIB GENERAL ASSEMBLY.' to us this week la tiew and elegant ; T ' . i v t drean VV (rnlv fil.nl to st Ihis It AMiviLLK, Oot. 19. A vote. for dress. e are truljr Bind to sie tills BollMor Was taken In 4ho enterprising Journal exhibiting Mature to-clay, resnltlii a J follows; lgns of permanent prosperity. The Henate Johnson 11, Etherldge 8, Bdlter- fhn-an- nmtirl trf his new rTri .win moii-jouh. - - - 1.1 01 t that. w 1.1. .rtlnlAmn.l""" -h . ''" '"B" wo copy Are the citizens of Clarksviile and Montgomery county going to 11a su pine while every-competing placets making heavy exertions to penetrate every agricultural nook and valley from which the pronperity, of. ur town dei Ives any ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 October 1869

THE CHRONICLE NEB LETT &, Of ANT, ,t mK itara Aa rwovaiEToa... HATH or ADTBftTiama. Ores dollar per .nr of ton tlaes or Ima t'l.AaKSVILl.B, HAnTBPAT.OCTOHKB , 1WW. 4 CJtO&S MAJiK.-r In future we will "make a cross mark on the war pin of our paper, at a notif cation In nil natron whote time of tubtcrln- Hon hat expired. Look out for the crott mark and renew your uo torlption at onm. i y ?;U'T " Ooi-d 111 New York jneotlerday wm 130J. Jjie grocery merctaauU of the city have full and choloe slock.' ' ' Horsb thctvesAM numerous in this fiection. Keep your horses and mules securely housed at nigut. ' ' , r KBwVoLCJtB. We hare Just com menced a new volume of the CUronl cle. Now is an appropriate time to send in subscription, and we hope many will honor us with their patron' Wk have laid in large and varied stock of paper, cards, eUv, and are determined to do work as cheap as "any other man" lu the country ' Coll and give us a trial. . Oub merchants have replenished tholr stocks wi...

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