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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 July 1870

Wl-EKPING Tod ETHER. TU Law$ Life aayat "More quarrels arise be tween brother, between .litter, be tween hired glrln, between school g I rlii, between clerks In -tores, be wee apprentice, between hired mew, between huMwnda and wires, owing to electrical changes through which their nervous aystem go by lodging together at night under the nine bed clothe, than by any other Us tubing cntwe. There la nothing flint wlil to derange the nervous sys tem of person who Is lllrainatlve In nervous forte as to He all night In bed with another person who la absorb ent in nervous force. The absorber will go to sleep and rent all night, while the eliminator will lie tumb ling am) towing, restless and nervous, woke up In the morning fretful, pee vish, fault-finding and discouraged. No two persons, no matter who they are, should habitually sleep together. One will thrive and the other will loose. This la the law : and In mar ried life It is defined almost univer sally. . ; .. Meaburino Land. To And t...

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 1870

TERMS OL SUBSCRIPTION. vryt TWO DOLllU 1 TEAR, 1.1 1DT1XCK KM If Paid Within Hit Month. ' S.M at the Knd of the Tear, .T O B WO Tl It j Jleillj and Promptly Eieeatcd. us--: i it -it.' '3'ttlift. r-- --- 'a r - - i- jrv i vi' . : ' isk -A .' ,...'' it irr , V it :'.-.f - ..' V..' -.it I . y . ' CHRONICLE. RATES OF ADVERTISING. kv snjtfjtit. i wo are t e I Hymn.. twJtM S 90 0 I Htfieareaw enj 00 K) 0 H 4 Huiitai.miM t Sl t On lli MM Cluinn. 10 0WM On PI 9n 50 SO 2 CMMSu II Ooi on Sftl K SO Z (MnmiL. 1,S OS 17 On 'A On M 00 liciilnmn. A Ob1. On tt on I Column SO 00 iK 0u'l 0wta) 00 VOL. 40.--NO 37. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1370. WHOLE NO. 2,116, (To AdTcrOsersr.:) ? laar- Partlea advarllalne hv contract, for alvnn tlnui. will lie contlnad to their leeitl initio buajneaa; anything ou table of thta Will DeeharKed ror aeparateiy. a- Advartlacra, for a nim'lfliid time, ex reedlnir three ninntha. will have tha nrlvl- trtca of rant-wing their advcrtlaninenui quarterly: all extra...

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 1870

C. THE CHRONICLE . a aaai.BT-s. ; t .! .. ' XKBLftll A RA9Tt t rvasMaMtatut akd rnof-Rrrvmii. 7Vtwm 7V0 Utitttn per nm m aeVajar. (Jlni-Wwv'Ule, Tenn.f BATtTKIXAT.- ...JULY , WTO. t M AHtll Ye-1TB IMrOBTAWCJE. I r- V . i i tt At a Unit when Conservative hands were tied, and dewpottHm lowered up on um and threatened -tlrs- Htats with a prolonged terra of )lrtrcal bond age-, bwrmony' in tlre Oniservative sank wu unbroksa by the jeakxmles f old parties merged by mutual In terest, Into noe.' Thus consolidated, atkl moved ljr a tingle Impulse, the Conservative party Blood ready to avt as on man, and when the Iladi eals aillt, It entered the breach, as a solid moss,- scattering the severed parts and winning an easy and signal victory. - The battle was won fur us ' ay discord In the ranks of the enemy. Have we so.oon forgotten this lemon that wear willing to hazard the po sition we have won by falling Into .'the same emir that caused the Had' ' teal defeat? - . ' . i ' . - To divide and co...

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 1870

MII'2CIAl,IVO'WCKf.'!; ' tts.ih at IWf-.e. "f -rr-"T-tJT-".r iiH-:t: t "Ths Week eateth herb,1' aaya lit. Paul, WA.vrEDUyayoungUdy,aaltuatjon o that eighteen hundred yearn ado the , toachur. oltUtir J.n,n school or prlvkte value of niedloluol ptaiita'waa appreciated ; USi!!?-, Ibwf of uffcrtiice given. Add res la th01d Testament boUnlaal remedies vlr F.,' ."(., I'otrrtliitteM, Louisville, fey., arc repeatedly recommended, but In no Juneitj-lw ' (. i j passage of aored history Is man recom- ! mended to iwalliltr oalomel, or blue pill, IP you need any article of Furniture, or' , tulDera, preparation. The ,' rujl shamWr t. eaU on tWItt A HOX. ygto, herb. U strengthen V MV Xt BAIKEB, Wliotcnal atid ftctull 1 "m. Purlfr " 10 ' tn,m' -Orooerend commission Merchant, dealer stofsthem. In Hint day the artvf making la ProvUlon, ITOdUce, feed end Hortl-; vegetable extract we. uakaown. To i.,...i....,ta Vr.ukiint. Clark.! herbal medicine were mere Infusion. : v Hie, Tennessee. 1 Mr Alt Uoodt de...

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 1870

J i 'TtM tMHl riaato. "Much may be gained iu (ho yield of . ikt tomato ljr a. JutUaioua treatment .l the plant afU thv fruit lias foro mI. The method of training or con fining the tranche within a hoop Is largely practiced, and ban many re tain meiiilat Ions f but we tried a plan lost sensor, wlireli proved emlneutly gucoerul. We mad a framtr work of laths; nailing; lliein tvmms each other perhaps two I nchee apart, and , alantiiiff tltn lastweenthe rows; the iocli nation, fixing ttfsouthwpat. The plants with their load of fruit rested , o these frarrves, - and tli fruit ripen ' ed remarkably early and well. We ;. trimmed off all unnecessary sli'oots . and branches, and the entrance of the fruit was unobstructed. Training and trimming vines Is always to be te&mmmi(lca.-Ploughman. HOW TO KEEP BUTTER SWEET. is the easiest thing In the world. Kimply put It in clean Jars, and cover with a strong brine. This will keep ' pure butter a year, fresh and sweet, as we know by experience. I...

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 1870

.'" . J" - . "a i ' . : '. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO llOLLAftS A TEAR, IX ADTA5CK $.9 If Paid Wlllilii Six Months. , 3.00 at the End of the Tear, RATES OF ADVERTISING. T7I CLE. I an- 1 NO S mo It Ht 1 fV)iinrea.,.M., 1 Hiilaics.. t no 4 fin sen m 13 (HI 5 mi' T tm i nn id mi Ml ( a (f nn nt, t to m M ( IlKI it 4 PMimres,,.MM. 4 t olumn.MM 10 nn'li An; tfi en in nn il w is on -jo Pf it 'i.j wi' jn ittl w 1.1 on rf nn'f, ah:h mi T-O 1 AV O H Ii Nrntlj and Promptly .Executed. VOL. 40.T-NO 38; , CLABKSVILLE, TUNN., .SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1870. WHOLE NO. 2,117. t'olltinn l l niiilllll..., I Column.... r, nrsn fi :v, on 4.1 11 .iu oni.Vi uu') enluo ou GHRONI To Advertisers. rnrllPti advertising dy oonlnvt. for a rlvftt lime, will iM'tsmlkltlld to tllclr IckIII- mule IiukIiicm; iinytlilliK outside of thin will lini'liiiruiil for scpiirniciy. it- AtiviirilMent. for n Micelfletl time. e ceuilhiK lliren iiioiillis, will luive Hie irlvl .H of renewing lliclr lulvorllwiiii-nlM tnuirlcrlv: nil ext...

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 1870

THE CHRONICLE A-a NKm.Brr, . A. OlMST. SKULK IT 4 GRAM, I'VBt.lSllCn AXIt PUOI-HIKTOKS. '' Tun botlart firr inmiim in mfttmre. Clnrlcnvtll?, Tciiii.i HATUKDAY JULY 10, 1870. , THE THIRD PARTY AOAISf. Wo are pleased to we that the West Tennessee Whiff repels, though in lung uajre fully ns strong as courteous, the .charge that he uud tliowMictfHjS with him "are fit favor of organising h third party." And an If to give Rii-atcr force to llicilotiinl, adds; "The two parties which exist, ami which have existed, since the war, nro the Conservative ami tlio Radical." This 1 true, and no one will deny it ; still the fact remains, that If the Conserv ative paity be divided, whether on the policy of holding a Convention, r any other issue that may ho made, there will ho a third party, and we have the right to infer, and common wuse will sustain the inference, that Kit who are fomenting discontent, we in favor of a third party, or are working for nu end far more mis chievous. , . . , It matter...

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 1870

J ' HPKCIAL notici-x C TAKE 'KM." riiutograplla nnl (tenia In every stylo, t)f llie oldest manor the youngest child j Or, If you have a pretty place, You wish to preserve aa well aa yoor fiioo, Wo take 'era. If you want the Itembrnndt picture We are prepared with every fixture, And make thnahndowsaofl and Alio, Which gives tliu features In every line Wo take 'em. The "Porcelain," (thorn gema of beauty,) To make to perfection la our duty; Urine; father, mutuur.sweet heart and child, If you want a picture, In any style, ' We take 'em." - At w jf AjtMHTRONn CO., Picture Uullury, Fowler's Hull, Kranklln street. Hleel Engravings, Lithographs and Krutiica Utt itale. JuneZVtf '"" ATTKNTION ! WE are constantly prepared to reimslle old atyfo fUmJS'irVMH, to repair all ar ticle liroken or damaged ly ; to relsit tuin enne seat t'linlnt; to renoVRto curled hnlr MitttrfMneit; to fit mid hang Window Mlmilcs; to cut und tack down Corpota, and do evcryllihiK connected with a gene ra I Furniture and...

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 1870

Ant Lavrg-ooil at n t'amljr I'nlln. - I Imrl n lienp of trviMo Inst cltrlrtt miin, nnd I 'lc toll you how It Imppon ri. I tod in J oner, mil Rv(i n iiunl.y iiii'IIii, and 1 pot a HtiHil, jw thoy lit North Ciirllnn nm), over I kocn. Mater J Nil mitt mo wc-nt torcthor, ami vliL'ii we got to old man J (mown the tlm Iioiiho wim chunk full. Dot; nil cnltf tliurc was room to turn arouml. Thnr wiw Htme Hnrkin, Iiom n M nit n tikliined lnw, and lx other llarklnwK, and KiminoiiMw, anil IVtl JKrcWHj and tliu m liool innstor nnd liiMRnl, Ixwiili'. tlieolil Pelt en nnd I)u Drkenewi and enough little Dvkeneiw In net up half a tluzeu young folks in the fain II bi.iietw. Well lilmeliy the pot tiogiin to bile, nil the fun begun. We all got our i.tatcK rt in lily, and ut flour on our iiiiiiIh to keep the candy from ntlcken. nud then wa pitched Into iiullin.' Waisii't it fun? I never saw Hloli laf llnuiid cutting up In all my lM)rn tlaae. I made a cnndy bird for Km. Klm nionn. Her nnd me expeck to tr...

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 1870

.TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLlAItS A TEAR, I ADViSCR (1.50 If raid Within Six Month. 8.00 at the End of the Tear, RATES OF ADVERTISING.' SVILLE CLARK HKONICLE. 1 MO t MO II MO t MO 12 Hit f Ml i H II On (Ml IS oO A wi flu 10 on II tin o Ml 1 io on ito 15 on t oo 10 on 12 on 15 On JO on mi mi l On ll on V) (Ki 2il 00 V. on IA mi 17 moiH on : oo AO an r, on m on in no r, an a oil ho ouin on'woii mi oo loo on iaWiiara.M..MM. ctltinrc. cjiini-es. ..., i Column..,..,, .Mumn.w,,, I f lonin..., t Column.....,, I Column.. .t o 11 wo n, ic Nratlj and Promptly Executed. VOL. 40. -NO 39. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1370. WHOLE NO. 2,118. To Advertisers. tf Parties arivmtMng by contract, for a given tliiin, will beeimllneil lo I heir Itntltl nints biiKtiiow; anylliinu oiilnldo of IIiIn will iN-churie! for sepurafcljr. Ailverllsera, for a sixi-lfied time, ex rmxlliiK thrca months, will have tha privi lege of renewing their advertisement quarterly; nil extra change will lx cIiiu'ki! ...

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 1870

THE CHltONICLE . nieuiJLVt. . 4. A. ouajt. KBtKTT k Ott AST, PWttMnilrtuI ADD l'Hlll'HIKTOIW. Jl'imw . tVw lhUm per nnnum i miinnu-e. ClurltMville, Tonn.t SATURDAY ...-1...JITLT 2.T, 1S70. t JUDICIAL .TICKET. I f C i. .A. .JJ For Jntigrn of the Supreme Court. ., ,'. . L, THOMAS A. It NEf-HON, , JAMKM W. I'KADItK K. 't Mn MliVDt.lt TUlNlt.'i:ie: " AToP. Kiciiomox, PRTKR TUTINEY. ; 'on went iBWKMKKt - John Ur. bnf.kd,' ' FT ,1 TJIOMAH J, KKKKMAS. For Chancellor SIxtH District, ' & t il Oi SMITH. I -J For Circuit Judge. James e. men. v Kleellon, Thurmlny, Anfcnnt 4, 170, -l ' ' 'OOMR I. A HO II. .n .i , . . i - t Ait fur b we can Irani, the north eru advocates' of Chlneae linmirn tlon are fount! fit tlie Icmlical ranks, There i n apparent iiieoiuiiteiiey in the antipathy to bluck' slavery, anil the advocacy of "yaller" slavery, by one and the- some faction. . JJut, tliO' fteeirtinu; lncoiininteney untwines thr slinpe of the mimt rigid coiihIhU cikVi when It Ih remembered that the l...

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 1870

" 'WEtAKtW'1 ' ' ' )1lntogrnpiiH nnl (lems In every style, ir theoldest nmtf or til ynutigeat child ; tlr.ff yon hnve'n pretty place, Yov wUh l presorva na well M your fiiec, ' ,' " Wo take 'fin. If yM Wnnt the Kotr.hrnnJt plctiim , Wo arte prepared wilh every fixture, And moke the shadows soft n(il flue, Which gift thrt feature Hi every line. '.,", ., . . .. We inko 'era. Tha'"Poreclnlh," (those gems of beauty,) To make In perfect Ion U otir duty) tiring hither, inotricr.swecthenrt nml child, it you want u plcturis In nuy atylu, We lake 'em." ,i. ,11 i r- A1 WH. AHMWrHlMIU I'll., I'leluro Onllery, Kowhir'a Hull, Kmnklln street. r.ngravlnira, Lithographs an J Inline a euh.- ' f ' JnheaS-lf .. ATT WNTION I WE itntantly prepared la rcmotllo vlil ntylo Jt'ltJVTt,'tt, to repair till or- Alt'ltis brokim or tliuungeil by use; tu reiiot torn ennn seat Chairs; tu renovnto curled tiiilf Mittimuses; (o fit' niut fa tug Window Mimics; to rut jimi tuck down Carpets", mid ilo ovnry thlnti connec...

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 1870

CAPITAL 00,000 2 O r.in.iKw- (i.mt, ' TU (ioimI They Do. t ' (From tli country Ucnllcmnn. ' Farmers' clubaure nnotlicr musui M rclii'vhiK urincin of come of the llHinlvniitHtfiu of the Isolation In wlilch they ore placol. The conn token by it club In Michigan, thut inuk(K the nrofpctn of crops and innrkfta the flint point of tint atten tion or nil other club. In ililaway, too, the Inforiimtlon olitninctl hy those Ixl pimU'd may be much more Kner ally diduHt'il tliuu litui heretofore been the Thin I especlnlly Uie case where audi club Bre located nt the county aent, or mime other central )lnoe where a goodly uumlier of liiiellixeul fiirment mny be brought together, und where It In convenient to liuve tha dlHeumloiiH reported In the Im-al nnd lieu rent uinloukurul Minors. Then the Infonniitlon brought out win not merely tMMentlii present nlthoiiuh IIiWj will well pay for keep lug up club but alt the renders of the llctlsioiis lny be more or It? benelited also. It In getting to be the ...

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 1870

D i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS A TEAB, IN ADVAKX $1.30 K Tatd Wilkin Six Months. 1.00 at the End of the Tear, GliARKSVILLE CHRONICLE. RATES OF ADVERTISING. HO. ftQVAJlES. It ttrJi N8 MO 0 M II MO I aimire.... X Hipiarea. S HHMiras..,v. t t'i4nmn,w W C'iHlimnv.H ('iduinnrt (,l imm.. t Coinmn.... .nl i So on t Ml la mil m an it nn 15 on in ua' jo an II 0 mi t v 01 Ml (I I .V. 01 ao n M 01 1(10 01 A KM S Oil , na lo Mhi on 1 2 (m W nu J O Li WOB IC . Xeatljr and Promptly Executed. VOL. 40.--NO 11 amir nuift nui.'il ua t; mil xi aula mni m : ooi" oi'-ai ouIhu oo m sni'-'A iio: CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1870. WHOLE NO. 2,119. To Advertisers. P Parties sdrertlslnH by contract, for n IV"tS fine, will laicotiftned to their legltl inute biiKim-w; nnyllilnx outside of till will he chanted for separately. Advertisers, fur i aiiccillod time, ex ceedlnii three mouths, will have the privi lege of rencwiuM their advertisements quarterly; all extra changes will be chanted 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. — 30 July 1870

V THE CHRONICLE A KKWitTT . A. OR ST. NRBLKTT A GRANT, PUHnlMICttM AIM PIUIVRIKTOKM. 7Vrnu Tiro I Milan prr annum in advance. Clni'liwvtllt;, Toim.a rATU"KDAY JULY 30, 1870. JUDICIAL TICKET. for Judge of Ibe Supreme fonrt. FOR HART TW"E)EKt THOMAH A. li NKL80N, JAMKSW. PKAftRirK. ron Mtnnr.K Tr-fitRmiter A. O V. NlCIIOLHONf, BETKlt TUHNET. FOB WRRT TKNNlwei.lt r JOHN 1,. T. BNKKD, THOMAS J. rI.liEM.AX.. lor Chancellor fclxth District, LHAtlLKH ffli HMITil, For Circuit Judge. jajie e. bice. Election. Thnraday, Angnat 4, 1870. It must be evident to every one who lias read a certain class of papers In this Stntc, for the last six weeks, that a concerted effort Is making to oh-tnu-laenll who formerly lielongetl to the Demcrntla party. Witness, for example, the puerile pretext that they give for rejecting the name of that party, when, as Intelligent men, they must know that the Democratic In the only party, North or South, which is, today, arrayed against Radicalism. Witness, again, thei...

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 1870

H1KCIAT, NOTICKH. WE TAKE KM." I'lintogrnpli ami (iem In every atyle, Of the olilont ninn or Die youngest child Or, If you have a pretty place, Yon wUh to preacrvo n well iwyour face, We tulto 'em. If yon wnut thnUcmhrnndt picture We lire prepared with every fixture, A nil itiuke the rIiuiIowk soft and One, Which given the features In every line We lake 'em. Tho Torcclnln," (thono geina of beauty,) To imiku to perfection Ih our duty; llrtng father, iiiother.awecthonrt ond child, Ir you wnut s picture, In any style, We tnke 'em." At W. II. ABMHTIIOJtO CO., I'lcture Uullcry, Kowlcr'e Hull, franklin fttrucl. Hteal Kngravliign, Mthogrnphnand I'mimm for mile. June iW-tf ... A.TTKNTION! WEiireeonMtnully prepared to remodle olil ntyle fVUJ'ITIIBH, to repair nil ar ticle hroken or diiinnged hy naej to rcliot torn enno Bunt Clinlr; to renovate curled lmlr MnltriMK; to lit nnd b mg Window Winch's; to rnt and tnek down Carpet., und do everylliliiK connected with a gene ral Furniture nnd Ucpiil...

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 1870

TEAR. The tear Hint trickle down our rye. They do not full toenrth and dry j They aoar like angola to the sklwj Ami, like tho ana-els', cannot tile. VoroHtoor Immortality Flow through each tear sounds In each lull. What waves of tears Knrao o'er the deep Of sorrow, In uur rmllpra aotila. Anil they are strong, nut weak, who weep Thine drone, from out the aea I lull lull Willi their hearts forever more; Without a Uttl wltlwitl a .linre. Brit nil fthc- tear tlmt nr not wept The tears that never outward full The learn that grief for years ha kept Within ua they are best of all I The tears mar ryea ahull never know, Aid deeper than tho tears lintt How. Ench night upon Mirths flowers below Thndcw eomendown from darkcstekles, A nil every night our tears of won Oo up, like dew, to Iaradinc ; To keepln bloom, and mult more fair The Sower of crowns we yet all wear. For nh t the snreat way to Hod lann the Imialv atream of tenra. That How, when bending 'neatli 111 rod, And fill the tide of all ...

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 1870

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO HOLLARS A TSAR, IX ADTAXCK SJ.3. If Paid Within Bis Month. 8.00 at the Knd of the Tear, VILLE RATES OF ADVERTISING. NO, MUTAKKft. I insr t luili.re..... 1 Mo 3 MO 3 Mo MO 12 Mil I 1 Ml ft 111 7 li 4 .10 1 II (ml 5 tail in 0111 IS nuj 13 ii t on It an i s nn .1 HVjimren olnnin. '-, 'c.loinn.. l4 ( 'iiliiinn.... it ( irt mini........ T O U WOK. It Kcatljr and PrompUjr Kxecuted. in nu i nn t." on 'JS IS, Pi ism 1 -, i.i i ai nnj:'.-, S11 1,1 enjft nn'Xi win (si ? on . w.' on f "1 an : On " DO'M on 0 Mi VOL. 40.--NO 41. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1870. WHOLE NO. 2,120. 1 tuiimir.... CHRONICLE; To Advertisers. ttir Purtlin advertising by eontrsct. for a glveu tiuiv, will bcconlliusl k their leglti mule niigiiicsa; anything outside of this VIII boeliargisl for separately. r Advertisers, for a siieclni'd time, ceding three months, will have the prlvi lug of runuwlng tunlr advertisement iiurti-rly ; (ill extra cllungi-a will b vhsrgcd fur. ' . ,,, r I...

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 1870

1 THE CII110NICLE XRBLRTI A CRAXT, trUMUHWKKH aJHl VKOI-HlKTORfl, JVrw Tmhi I Utara pep fliMMM in aYaaw. Olurkiv-rllle, Tetni.l SATURDAY. JaUGUHT ft, 1870. tiik n.t.xorn or i visiosr. Tn a reported Interview bctwoen Rutter, of School Fund notoriety, and Barber Lewis, the "yaller" Radical dog of Memphis, the latter Informed the former that the Radical party In Tennessee Is thoroughly organized. and hnes to triumph by meant of thestrengtii It expects to acquire from the old line whig. - Our first thought was to denounce thli as a wilful and malicious slander. But knowing something of the weakness of man kind, and weighing well certain in dication! of an Intention to disturb the harmony of the Conservative party without regard to the aid such action might give to Radicalism, we concluded to await further develop ment rattier than give the lie liastl ly, even'tosuch a man as Lewis. We have been too long and Intimately associated with the old ' whig party, to believe that It ever number....

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 August 1870

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