ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Clarksville Chronicle Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,936 items from Clarksville Chronicle, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,936 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 July 1858

fen LOCAL ITEIY1S. NEBLETT At GRANT, Local Editor. FRIDAT, JULY 2, 1858. tX CknnicU Offieo otur W H. BryariV Stor.$ Uallreat . - Ths annual election for fifteen Director la the Afemphis, Clarksvllls & Louisville Railroad, wai beld at the Railroad office, on the 9(ith ult., which resulted In the election of J. G. McKoin, Alfred Robb, R. M. Hojse, W. B. Munford. Wm. A. Quarlea, Wm.Broaddu, Jai. C. Johnson, G. A. Henry, W. A. Forbea, John K. Smith, Chaa. M Hiter. R.W. Humphrey, W. H. Drane.S. B. Seat fcndT.W. Wisdom. " At the meeting of the new Board, W, B. Mun ford, the former President, declined allowing hi hams again te be need lo connection with the Pres idency, on account of continued feeble health, but Will serve as a Director. The Board then proceed ed to choose a Prenldeiit, which resulted in the election of Col. Wm. A. Quarlea. "Charle G. Smith, wai re-elected Secretary and Treasurer. ....... . Our city I full of contractor from all parte of the country, who are bidding on...

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 July 1858

Swan iV,Co's Lotteries TRIUMPH A NT! y SWAN 8c CO. Continue to dfaw fts imiai "without iuter ruptton. SWAN&CO.'SLOTTERES. arc I! gal, and authorized by the State of Georgia! The 1. te attempt to lnjuro onr firm lia shown that ir lotteries are drawn fairlyj that our prizes are paid punctually; and that our schemes are more liberal thau any other Lvltory In the World! The 'following Scheme will be drawn by S. Kwa fit Co.i managers oi me rpurv nwa emv 1 otterv In a h of their Mngie numner 1.01- leneu for July 1858, at AUGUSTA, Georgia, in public, ionRrs. under the superintenoence 01 viinmi-i Claas 22 draws on Saturday, July 3, '58 ruaa 93 .Irnwa on Saturday. July H, 58 ClaHS-Si draw on Saturday, July 17, '58 Claw 25 draws od Saturday, July 24, 58 9i ilrtr nn Saturday. July 31, 03 viunp m ...- - crjth.rian of SINGLE NUMBERS! 50,000 Tickets! 5.485 PRIZE SI' J Nearly one Prize to every 9 Tickets. MAGNIFICENT SCHEME: TO BE DRAM'N , EACH SATURDAY IN JULY, IViza of..... ."".""0 4 PrWes '...

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 July 1858

i, VOLUME 9. CLARKSYILLE, TEffN., FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1858 NUMBER 31. .. THE CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly on double-medium aheetevery Friday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Pullither and Proprietors. . , TKEMS OF TUB PAPER, $2. Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, ronnNt tqUABJEOF TWRLVE tINES OR teas fine Insertion Two Ineertion Three Inaerlloni One month $1,00 1,50 2,00 2,50 Two monthi Three monthi Sli monthi Twelve monthi $4.50 6,00 9,00 15,00 ORIGINAL HOVELliETTE. For the Chronicle. HELEN HERNE. BY R. W. THOMAS. Author of "The Young Colonels" "The Refugeee;" "LiUf Dale;" "The Content Pritoner "Jane Morton;" "The Bride of an Hour "Ida Ilolmte," etc., tie, , CHAPTER V. ' Tub White Sulphur is the most eleva ted of all the watering places in the valley of Virginia ; but whether it - owes its celebrity to the superior medicinal pro perties of the water, or to accident, We shall leave the learned faculty to determine. And this disposition of the question is the more proper, inasmuch...

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 July 1858

i ,( ft. W.THOMAS, EJitar.' i! - J. A. GRANT, i -"!W-'7" Office, over Wm. II. Bryarly'g Store. fTAIlmmmnnlcatlon mnst be addressed to the Editor. ' Business Ictteri to the publisher. . . CTAdve-tlsements mint be handed In rty en Thursday mornings, or they will be le't oveai ' . PST Com mvn icotion m ust he handed in ly noon, on Tliurdty, ot they tn'll be left over. " FRIDAY. JCJ.Y 9, 1858. Sfctf The press, of the country, feeing t a loss to know whether, anything, or nothing in nettled by the position of the British government, in reference to the course pursued by lis cruisers in the Gulf; and the opinion seems almost universal, that the right of visit, or search must be unconditionally surrendered by England. One thing is settled, and that is the excite inent occasioned by the outrages upon our shipping; and the British government is ready to make reparation for any injury done by its indiscreet naval officers. But to infer from this, that England surrenders the right of visit or ...

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 July 1858

( LOCAL -ITEJV1S. ; -''- . w ( ( i . NEBLETT &. GRANT, IoeoJ Editor. . ' , FRIDAY; JULY 9, 18G8. ' ; T Cfronicls Qtfic r W Bryarty' Stort-xi WAMTtUA boy to. learn Ibe printing busi. rtsit. On about 15 or 1C year of age, wllh l.-rniy and industrious liaLlta, wilt betaken at thi office. Tii Fookth. Thto day, the anniversary of Amerlcin Independence, til celebrated by the United Sabbath Schools of our city. At 9 o'clock ia tb morning, th different School, with appro ptittle banner, repaired to the College grove, where a large crowd had already asarmbled th business of the eity having been tuspended The reading of the Declaration, by Prof. MuGoflin, opened the exercises. After ome excellent ting ing, the representative of the different schools, compo d of little boya, delivered their addresses in the best style, much to the gratification of the crowd- The young gentlemen acquitted them- aelvea handsomely. Then came the epeech of .Thomas Henry, Esq. It Waa Indeed a patriotic address,...

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 July 1858

ft Swan Cos Lotteries! T R 1 u M.p-H A N T! SWAN Sc CO. Coutiiius U oraw aa unual without inter ruption. SWAN & ( O.'S LOTTERES. are legal, and authorized by the Plate of Georgia! The 1. t attempt to Injure our firm has shown that onr lolterh ure diami )W,ji (hat our prize sre pld punctually; and that our sc'iemcs are mure II it-nil tlimi any other Lottery In ilia world! The following Scheme will be drawn by S. Hwak 4,, Co. i Manager of the Sparta Acad emy Lottery In a- h of their Flnirle number Lot tniies for July 1858, tt MUGUSTA. Georgln, hi public, under the superintendence of Commis sioners. Class 22 draws on Saturday, July 3, '58 Class 23 tkaw9 on Saturday, July 10, '58 Cliws 24 draws on Saturday, July 17, '58 Class 25 draws on Saturday, July 24, '58 Class 20 draws on Saturday, July 31, '58 on the Flan of SINGLE NUMBERS! 50,000 Tickets! 5.185 PHIZES! Nearly one Prize to every 9 Tickets. MAGNIFICENT SCHEME: TO HE DRAWN EACH SATURDAY IN JULY. Prize of...... $70,000 Priies of...

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 July 1858

tit kllij J . v fcg.'." J? '1! II .J L&. L JllitLJl. ' VOLUME' 9": SHHKSVILLE,' t'iSIr, -' ' i; !.' ft? i-ORIC)NALNOVELbETTE.- 'f iht Chronicle.- (.5 CvBYiU..W. THOMAS, jtufW o 'TA Yeunp "Th Rtfun$;" 'Lilly Dale," "Th Content Prionwj 'Jnt Matton;" "Tht Bride tf Jfouf " "ids ttolmu," te tie. ; n-t . ' ''''"'; xhaptek Vif.-.?. - LltWI.ya father and danghter,forawLilo, let us follow Mr: Leo. . On'jquitting Ilelcn, be returned toward his boarding-house, in that state of feverish excitement which o many have experienced on finding that they' loved in fain''; 'for t never occurred to him that his passion was rooiprocaVcd .with all the fentojr of. woman's love.- IJ!ow changed were his feeling and proapocta in afew short momenta. The ray of hope which had so latety Bhown, with unclpud-' T bHghth'ess, upon' hia,: future, was now extinguished in glonm. All nature seem ed to wear an aspect in unison with his own .faolings. To him, the. slcy was less hlue,the air lesahalmy ; and even the no...

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 July 1858

V R. W. THOMAS, Wer. J, 8. NEBLKTTJ P4WkL J. A. GRANT, i rubitthert. Oflce, orer Wm. n. Rrjarlj's Store. CTA1 I ftommurteitloat mast be iddretscd to th editor. Botlnttt letter to tht sublltbers. EyAdvtrtleementt nmt bo handed In rirlyon i nuriaty mornings, or Ujoy will bo lot ever. Cmmwnicah'otti inw be handed in by noon on 4 imrstXay, or Ary unlit left over. t-i 1 . (pic AimovniLikii, FRIDAY, JULY 16. 1858.' tST What Is tlit matter with the State Jank ? li there a screw loose soroe where ? Uar reader will remember thai when the business men of Nashville petitioned that fcnek to suspend, the distinguished Presi dont replied that the institution wa ere pared to meet all its liabilities, and that it . would not suspend even if all the other banks chose to do so. Our readers will also remember that the State Bank, in the face of this declaration, was the first that did suspend. , Again, the Legislature wanted to know at what time the bank would resume, the President answered that it wo...

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 July 1858

2!-n. LOCAL ITEMS. " sr mi I IS NEBLETT A. GRANT, LsesJ Editor. v FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1858. tT C&renfcls Qfie seer W H. Bryarly'$ S tori XX WANTED A boy to loam tha printing busi ness. Ono abont IS or 16 years of age, with steady and rndnatripna habits, will bo taken at thia office. IT We saw upon tha elraet tha othorday, oar former townaman, G. O. Poixnirrta, now of tha NaehvHIe Union it American. Tha word half of tho editorial "WE" that ho leaves behind, aUtoa that ho vieiled Clarksville, to enjoy "raral folic! ty J" When Oil left na ha vowed, what'eer befol, over to cherish our town, no "the greenest apot In tnem'ry'e waste," and thna In that idealizing pro cat of time and abaenea upon object! of delightful reminiscence, auch enchanting verdure baa bean rut around hla o'd town, that he Imaginea it "boundless contiguity of ahade," where he may wander. In unbrngeous bowera, muse In eilent delta, oracala the wild and ragged eummita of lof ty hllli; to woo bark to hla cheek, tha ros...

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 July 1858

S'yv.i ii fe C o$ Lotteries I T R jUMPHA N TV ;7 CodWbUu to-Jraw as usual without intcr-j t r.s.-il. rOptlOrt.' ' ; "Si ".- ! .t & CO.'S LOTTERES. r '; r togal; and authorized by th Plats of OsorgU! : r ' '- ? . J i .-. -- . ,1 Th 1 t attempt to Injur nr firttt. hrw-shown that onr lotteries are drawn fuirlyj that our prizes are paid,, punctually end (tint our scSemes are .inure Hi. t tut than uy other Lottery lu the world! ' The following Scheme, will be .drawn by S. 8win ti Co., Manager of th 8 part" Acad emy Lottery In ' b thrtr Pintle number .nrlr fur July 1858, t AUGUSTA, Georgia, in public, nnu the np.'riiiteiideuc of Coiiitui stone rs. ... 1 . .'. ' Cites 22 draws on Saturday, July 3, '58 Clam 23 draws on Saturday, July 10,. '53 Clans 21 draws on Saturday, July 17, .'58 Claw 25 draws on Saturday, July 24, '58 Class 23 draws on Saturday, Jnly 31, '53 onthettun ofRINGt.R NUMBERS! 60,000 Tickets! '; "'V , 1 5.-185 P 11 1 Z F, S ! : Nearly one Prix to every 9 Ticket. , - MAGNI...

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 July 1858

.volume 9. CLAEK.SVILLE,h TEN'N., FI!I1)1Y, JULY 23, 1858. NUMBER 36.'; 1 : . ....... OH!Cl!8Ab BOyEUjEYTE.- ,'t " r ,S v "For tue Chronicle.; HELEN BERNE. BY R. W. THOMAS. - ' - i. ., ' i : ' Author of '-Tkt Young Colontl;" "The Refugee?' f'lA&v DuU;" " The Convent Pritonerf "Jane Nation;" "The Bride of an Hour " "Ida ' WImh," ftt., etc. -' ' ' r ' " in ' ' " '' : I:': '' CHAPTER IX. , ' 1' The meeting of Jane Estelle an J her un x6, we shall not attempt to describe. As the daughter of his only Bister, she was very dear to hire, and her reception, on this oo asion, it will be inferred, was most cordial and affectionate. ;Nor: will we repeat the conversation that passed between the three, .which, In consideration of Jane's evident fatigue, Mr. Berne abruptly brought to a olose by good-bumorcdly ordering the girls to bed. . ' , Helen found no difficulty in persuading her cousin to retire to rest j and having seen her comfortably stowed away for the night, .she busied herself in d...

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 July 1858

V t-' f r i R. W. inOMAS, tditor. J. 8. NFMETT.I FMMtn, J. A. GRANT. J ruHtT. Office, oyer Wm. n, Brjarly's Store. STrAl 1 eomratenleatlans mint be addreeeed to thi Editor. Buslneet letter to On publishers. . CTAdver.tlemelt matt be.handrd In rly or Thrdsy .morning, or they will be lei over. noon on Wursd y, or tAry tcif? 6 ityi orw. FRIDAY, JOLY 23. 1858. " " From tli MmplU Avelenrbe. ' THE 6TATE BANK AND 1T POLICY. In til th wo have written, or may write eboot the Rank ol Tenneetee, we wish to be underetood being actuated by no unkind feeling towar-a the Freelilent of that Institution. We fully anpreel. I hit long and faithful teivlcet to hit ptrtytnd to the country I wo admire hit alerting integrity and do moit elncerely regret the anfortonate po itlon In whleh ho la now pieced- It l a portion that it directly at war with the anteeedente of Col. J ohoeon'a whrle life, and even at thit late dav, he would do well to relieve himself from th burthen f corrupting and worthleta institu...

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 July 1858

Hum, tVJ'o'ft LoMwitJH T fl I U MPM A f J T I B WAIT "ft 00. VeMifei 14 Vw ft fff tt tfilUtil I f flifitirlM, AM.iicourii.ni;sf BIS ar, !,- t1:ff"4 b f ft Pf' f Cflll 'II I !' Wifd'i liijiM 1 If (I'm fi fiAieri It,! m i. , 4r it, aw a Jrlft frlit ,?, i4 (, n 'M f f nr ,t, air a- iem m ' .t it,.,) njr fif LnHary 1 lb war-.! 'ft t.''tf Prhah0 will b fWrl ry K. rsj, A f.i , Vf.Dsra-a .( ft,s Py-ifi Ad ri. I l t f I ".V, l roi"TA, fgf, nt ajib't, ,,? IbsnftpMil. itd-nrs sf ('mml I'll Hi' Jriw e-ii Paluri., Jul .1, Ti8 I'Um i? I ilraw aii Kutufilny, Jul; JO, 'M '.i 21 wri fnf.iffl;, Jul IT, 'ft t'?4 1'.', frwf i. .f Mfly, .Inly 21, 'f8 C'Um l' .Ikw on Hlufilrt, Jul 31, 8 (K run r:rv,i.fc ivfi:n( fi.OOU Tiikrt! .. y Pdsa laefj H Tick) M A J N 1 1 ' I C I : N T H C II KM L: TO Br, MtAWS r.At'H fATi:niAY t.v jrtr. r.i r ,, j-Tvifl rfi-f P'A " " . , . , , :.W.mm 4 " o " " 01 ' , 70J ' 6,",l1 i " ", R'm ,, 4n .,,,..,. too " "... 'i wi flim 1 ftrii no , 125 " , 1, no 1 arm urn Apprut ImiiiiIoh...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 July 1858

;:.ry.. . '-LOCAL. ITEMS. NEBLETT Ic GRANT, Loeal Editor: ; FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1853. IT Caramels Off over W H. Bryarly't Stort.j WANTED A boy to learn lha printing bush new.' Ona about IS or 16 rears ef age, with steady and Industrious habiti, wilt ba takan atthia office. IT I pawing around town wa nolle several very valaabls improvements now in coorsa of censtrueiloaamong which ia lha large Tobacco Sletnraery of W. If. Bryarly, at tha junction of Commerca with 5th Street. It promise lo ba ona of tha very beat of house, and will add greatly to the busine appearance of that portion of the city. Mr J P. Carrls slso building a residence on Madison street, near tha Female Academy. Near tha rlrer, on Commerca atreet, at Its Junc tion Will. Dunlap atreet, Mr. L. G. Williams is building a large and commodious tobacco summe ry, on the most Improved plan of architecture. Mr. E R. W. Thomaa is we learn, about com mencing a Stemmnry In the nppor portion of the city, near tha Plaining Mill. . Mr....

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 July 1858

' . ', If ..voLUiii: o. UCLARKSVILLE, TENN. FRIDAY, ; JULY 30, 4858, Ai7T"iir n mi in- .... t 'ORIGINAL HdVEtlETTg." For-ttie CJironiel.. BY R. W , THOMAS.;, Author of " The Young Colon;" "The Refugee;" r"lAUy Pah;" "The Content Vriioner; "Jure Naxton;" "The' Brido of an Hour 'Ut llalme," ele., etc. ' .' , . . ; CHAPTER XI. Afteii her meeting with Mr. Lee, as mentioned in the last chapter, Ilcleu lost nil hope of being properly understood by him ; and although pride and a conscious disehareo of duty camo to her aid, the" dis appointment was doeply.felt. True, his jplanation . has proven " unsatisfactory to silenco bid Somewhat prepared her for it;, those who have received it, it were folly to but the realization of what bad seemed ! Suppose that tho assertions of a third per only a possible contingency was a severe son would bo of any avail." She bowed shock, and she was enabled to bear up .slightly, and was about to pass him, when under it only by the effort of a strong will, '. su...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 July 1858

" ? . 'V f R. W. U10MA8, EJtibr. . Offlce, otct Wm. If, Bryarlj's Store. CTAIlimnlear!on must be addressed loth Editor. Business letters to the publisher. TT Advertisements mint be handed In early oa Thursdsy morning, or they will be 11 over. CSS Qtmmuntcatfont mutt be handed in ly noon on Thursday, or they will be left over. . FRIDAY. JULY 30, 1858. USB" The N. Y. Erprrtt thinks "it is one cf the unfavorable signs of the times" thst a party of men In this country should openly proclaim their purpose "to abolish not only the Throne and the Altar, but also private property and capital." It is, un questionably, an unfavorable sign ; but what favorable sign can any national man ox poet to soe in a country where the con trol of the government is in the hands of paupers, convicts, foreign radicals and nativo demagogues I It is an instinct of depraved ignorance to drag everything down to its own level, and wheu property and capital the envy of those who have neither are placed at tho merc...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 July 1858

LOCAL iTEIilS. i - NEBLETT GRANT. Il JEdior. FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1858. . . . ! XT CknmtcU Qfflt over Rf . Bryarly't Btort.jj THE BAILEY TROUPE. TbM Troop bv been entertaining larg sudi dbcm for evaral vning past, and will eoatlooe their exhibition every evening nil next Monday, t which time tbey will give their last performance. Thle Company now organised, ia one of the beat la the country, and wherever they ge they draw full bo-jscs, and g'v entire satisfaction. Her they are the mott popular company that ev i vleiied at. and dew r redly ao, for besides the artlstio eicellencs of their performance, the whole proceeding! are marked by fleceney and good order. It la hardly nec-ssary to particularise, where all the performer do an well, yet we think several of them deserve especial mention, for their laudable effort to please the andlenc. - There la Maeier George A. Bailey, or a he I familiarly known, "CoutinJot" who as a dancer, and com le actor ha but few equal of hie age and may in tim...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 July 1858

V t I i,' v. BftXGG'S Ancnc LINIMENT! ' fc1 A - . ! i : i .-- This lecaral. Liiitmt, n-on which. lh (r.nl mM af llm xlHi-lod of till . land no rely or rlicf trim the .pnppo if Rheunin ism. Km-, f .Ir-la', Ooiit, Bry,!Tf!s, f (tricef, t-'rrirfilla.Spriiinr rmiva. Darns, tValils. scd all cutanei nidi U t.ll .. B.inalaiii'iiitf nil ..liine liNnlil! lull a m r ritjiiui. '-,'.. , i- i . Tne proprietor give for the tutourdgenif nt of mtVcrers. the fallowing tiirmoTvuirlniti of a few o! 1h wonderful rorcseirec.ted -by it during the pint few mnnlhs- Certificates from the purlies named are in thspesreion of Ilia propi lelor, but llielr length precludes the yubl cation uf .all hut a few. Oit tuoltie fi-tumpltnnt. : Mrs'. MnfTiT, No.. 3t.' Morgan ntrret, Pi. Louie, having siifl'end fir three yean with Rheumatism, nnd tried many preparations without effect, win ciiiwd by one fifty cent bottle of Arctic Linnneiit. rl!iro'i Anumc Liniment . No method of renting Netinitgla has1 succeeded, prior to...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 August 1858

3 TT 1 H JJLJ A A : VOLUME 0. CLAUKSTILLE, TEM., FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1858. WUM15ER 38...' CHROMIC GMOimMVEUETTE. For Oie Chronicle HELEN BERNE j. BY. It . W . . T II O M A S . Author of "Tht Young Colonrl;" "Tht Rtfttgtet;" "Lilly Dale;" "The Content Prhoner; "Jane Mtstoni" "TU Brid af an Hour?' "Ida llolmea," etc., tic. CHAPTER XIII. ' . Whilst Mr. Eatellc, with a perseverance tvorthy of a better cause, was laboring to blast tho happiness, if not the character, of Helen, sho and hcr father, in front o their cabin, were enjoying tho company of Jano Estollc and Messrs. Motley and Eskridgc, who constituted what Mr. Berne called his littlo fiyjnily circle all indulg ing in that species of "small talk" com mon ' to every pcrind Bince the days of Adam. We uso the term in no offensive sense-fur the light and frivolous must take precedence, in mixed conversation, until the minds of both sexes are better stored with useful knowledge, and a love of pro gressive improvement supplants the love o...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 August 1858

(fiatbviUc (Cluoniclri ' It. W. THOMAS, EUHor, , . J. ft. NKIU.F.TT, J. A. GRANT, Vuhlitlirrf. Office, over Win, II, Brvaily's Store. tTAIle.ommunlcatlon must be addressed to the E lllor. Himlin- letters to the publisher. 'LFAdverllseineiit must be handed In early on T.iiu,'"'' iymnrnliig, nr Ihcy will be le't over. . Ip-jSr C'linnuinti'iilionn wut he hnmh d in liy nrsnn mi Thursday, or thry will he hft over. FRIDAY. AUGUST 6, 8Sy The Telejrrnph announces that the FreHident has reached HcrlTord sprinps "in rxccllcnt health, find not fatigued." If there in nothing the ninttcr with him, he miht as well be attending to the people' buRinex. for which he in pnid about ?."fi, t)00 per annum.' The Vint President, too is in excellent health, judging from the waj ho is (dumping it in Kentucky. , Fk0 The Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette, who pectus to have had B peep nt the documents, Bets dnwp the expenditures of the Government, for tho present yc.hr, at ?1 0.I.Ull, 413,75....

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