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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 August 1870

i A Mather's Death. . . l ow who hnveloAt their 'Ant and vnrrat friend" can ron,l (he following wlUiunrnoistonetloyogi M Dcalh come n unsought purst to f very ixiard, n nd at lilMcpeclnl Mdding winie beloved ono gow forth to hi in vateriotia homer Time mid plilloftouliy may teach resignation unto heart ramie dewo- luto by lit rowing; but they can never till the vacancy therein, when the that won our mother no longer fast a hftlo. about our darkened hearth. A mother' nlace bo loved, no wor- hipieit once empty must be forever ko. A breaHt once panned by a moth er' death, no medicine can reach with beallnir. r ... . No mind, however nftpred, no heart, however hardened, can lonret the gentle being whose sullurlng begot nm I lie. A mother la truly our guardian spirit upon earth. Her goodnem shield and protects; she wnlkft with our Infancy, our youth and mature age ever sheltering us with her ab sorbing love, and expiating our many Bins with her blessed inaver. And when our mother, with 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. — 13 August 1870

TERMS 0F SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS A TKAR, l.t aDTISCK IIJO If Paid Wltfcla Six Monthi. S.00 at the End of the Tear. -T O 5 TV O XL It ICeatly aid Promptly Executed. To Advertisers. war Parties advertising by eontraet, for a given time, will be con It lied to their legiti mate bugliiess; anything outside of tills will beehnrgf-d for siarotely. - Advertisers, fur specified time, ex ceeding three month, will hove the privi lege u( renewing flilr advertisement tiucrterly; nil extra change wkM be charged for. e Donble-entnmn advertisement will be ehnrged one-lhlnl men than regular rut for single column. M Fnnnnvl Notices, Obituaries, or any other matter suliservlng private Interest, will I charged fur. an- Nntlcea In local and sfieclai column lira matter of .peela! contract. CLARKSVILLE Commercial College. (XARKftVILLK, - TESNtMEE. mil! design of this Institution In to Im JL part to young gentlemen a tboronpili ami practical lliislm-s Kdncntlon, by glv liiK.iieclal attention to H'Mtk Ke...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 August 1870

THE CHIIONICLE H. V. THOMAS, Editor, , KtCIILETT. J. A. CIBAHT. NKBLKTT X GRANT, roBT.tarrRRH and rnopHirroHS. Termti Tim ViHhtri per annum in adranre. ClurliMvlllo, Teiin.i S ATURD AY..... ATJO UHT 13, 1870. FOR GOVERNOR, Gen.W. A. QUARLES, ' " .' OX Montgomery. ron CONGIIKBH, ' B0S81T B. THOMAS, Of Humphrey. FOK BTATE SENATOR, COL. NATO AX DBA 5005, .Of Btcwart. FOR THE LEO IHLATURE, EOBEBT F. FKBGISOX. Election November 8, 1870. Our ticket is subject to the decixlun of a Convention. CI EX. W. A. ll'ABLK. To-day, we place at the head of our columns, the name of Oen. William A. Quarles, as a candidate for Gov ernor. In thus expressing our pref erence, we neither Intend to defy a Convention nor to Insinuate aught ngainHt the distinguished gentlemen whose names are lined In connection with the Gubernatorial chair. There Is not one of the three, now promi nent for the candidacy, whom the people of Tennessee will not be proud to honor. They are the peers of each other and of the best I...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 August 1870

HVKCtJLT IVOTIC1CH. WE TAKE 'EM." 'Photographs and Oeins In every stylo, ' or the oldest moil or tho youngest child ' Or, If you have a pretty place, Yuu with to preserve as well na your face, We Ink 'em. If yon want the Rembrandt picture W are prepared with overy fixture, . And make the shadow oB and linn, Whluli give the feature In every Hue Wa take 'em. 'The "Porcelain," (th.ste gem of beauty J To make to perfection U our duty; llrtng father, mother.sweethenrt and child, If you wunla picture, In any style, We take 'em." i .At W. H. ABMHTKOMU CO., Picture Uullery, Kowler'a Hull, franklin street. Hteel KngruVlngs, Lithographs an 1 Frame for aitlc. ' Juue 25-tf WE are ennatnntly prepared to remodle old style irnYITUMK, to repair all ar ticle broken or damaged by use; to relsit tout cane acut Chulrs; to renovate curled hair Mattrasacs; to fit and bing Window Hbadua; to out and tack down CarpeU, and do everything eoiineotel with a gcne- r.tl furniture and Repairing business. Il' Mrnhn...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 August 1870

Tomato tnUat, Ag it soon will be time to preserve tomatoes andmnkecatHupthe follow ing will bo found to give a superior article Tomatoes J btiHhcl. Wult ........ 6 ox. Allplce, frrouml 6 drachms. Yel'w MuhUihI, ground, I os 6 Itlank lVper, ground 3o j:loves, Krouud 0 drachms Mace, " ..... ... 8 " f nycnne Pepper, gr'd 2 " Vinegar 1 gaII Mix. Cut the tomatoes to pieces; holt and tew In their own liquor until quite soft. Take from the tire, stralu and rub through a middling line hair selve, so as to Ret the seeds and shells oparted; boll down the pulp and Juice to the connlBtenoy of apple butter, tlirlng all the time; when thick enough, add the spices, stirred up with the vinegar; boil up twice; re move from the lire ; let cool and bot tle. Dtuggitt Circular, Tomato Ileer. A Georgia correspondent of the Southern Planter tells how to make tomato beer. He says: Gather the fruit once a wwk, stem, woxh and mash it; strulnth rough acoaree linen bag, and to every gallon of the Juice add a p...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 August 1870

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS A tKAB, 15 ADYAXCE )iJ5 If fal4 Within Bit Month. t.00 at tkeKnd of the Tear, .TOD W O IT It Neatly and Promptly Executed. To Advertisers! BW Partis advertising hy contract, for a given time, will beconrliiud to their leglll innle tniRliM-m; anything outside of till" Will Deeliargco ror 'pniii'i)f. Advertiser, ror a specified time, eg ceedlnir three months, will Slave tho prlvl Iwa of renewing their advertisements viiisrterlvi ull extra changes will be charged for, aa ix.iihiiwolnmn advertisement will be charged one-third mi re than regular rutin ror single column. mm- funeral Notices, Obltnarle. or any . vther matter subserving private Interest, will tw clianred for. s- Notion In local and special colums re matter of special contract. V; CLARKSTILiK . Commercial College. 'LAKKSVILLE, TKHMESMEB. ri-mir. dealim of Uila Inrtltntlon U tolm J. part to young gentlemen a thorough Mini tiracMcnt Hnalnean Education, hy aiv- Ingspeclnl alUmtlon to Booh Krep...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 August 1870

THE 'CHRONICLE 11. W. THOMAS, Kditoiw . KKHLKTT. X. A-OIMJIT. XKBLKTf A 9RANT, I'IMll.lKUKKM AMI I'llOI'llIl.TOKM. a tin: JVw Dutlttra pT annum in mh-nnrt. "Clni'liMvtllo.Tcuii.i 8ATlTj'!iY.. .v-AUobsTSn, 1910. TVX GOVERNOR,. Gcn.W. A. QtfARLES, i . FOIl (.ONOniXH, . D 0 H S K Y1' D . THOMAS, i i iv Of Humphreya. , ... i.' L- , Kilt WTATK HKNATOK, I 0 V. X A T H A N B It A X D 0 N , Of Hlewurt. , . r'OK TMK I.K'j'MI.ATL'IlK, KOBKUT r.'FKKUl'SOX. F-I'ion Kovemltcr 8, 1S70. inrtlekcl. In anldect to decision of n ' I'lillVttlltlOlt. (OOI.IK I. A IIO It. W pulillaii, to-dtiy, a letter from Horntio Seymour, to the Labor Ahho I'lutlon of ltoclieator, Aew York, on the subject of Coolie labor, and osk fir it the cnreful attention of nil who M'toh to form a correct opinion on tli Ih grave qumtllon. The South, al ready cmbarrOHMed with tho social and Mlitical troubles. Incident to a proper adjustment of the forced rela tion of equality between the highest and tho lowent types of mankind, is c...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 August 1870

HPICCIAL NOTICKH H E TAKK :!. Photograph nnd tlcm In every stylf1, Of the oldest mmi or the yonngest child Or. If To" have, a prolty place, You wish, to preserve well a yonr face, We take cm. ' If you want the Rembrandt picture We are prepared wllh every fixture, And mnko Iho ahndow oft and lino, ' Which given the fcatnre In every Hue We lake 'em. The "Poroelnln," (tlione gem of beauty.) To innke tu perfection I our iluty; llrlng fat her, mother, sweetheart and child, If yo want a plctnre, In any style, We tuke em." At W. II. AltMHTKOJIU Co., Picture Unllery, Kuwlnr'a Hull, Franklin treet. Hteel Kogruvlngs, Lithograph and Frame r aula, ; . : June - ,.,,. .ATTENTION I - WE ar constantly prepared to remodle old atylo rimJS'lTVmtl, to repair all ar tides broken or dumaged by use; to rclxit- tom enne scat Chairs; to renovate curled liulr Mattrnssest to fit and hang Window Khailes; to cut and Uuik down Carpet, and do everything connaoteil with a gene ral furniture and Repairing. business...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 August 1870

A Iwr Farmer noys. CAPITAL OOO.OOO t ; ? i Up Killing a competency of ten. twenty, it fifty thousand dollars, Is the secur ing of one thousand; tlie chief dinicul- y in Kottlnn the one thousand la In oliUlnlng the flint hundred and keep legit. Hackneyed this may Ap pear, it Is fact that Is ever now, and one that ever needs to be drummed into the ears of the btruKKling mill ions who work hard and look will) (draining vision, but In vuin. for the coining of plentiful days. And es pecially does this homely philosophy of wealth need to be emphasized at the present time, and Impressed upon the young men of this generation, ? more than ever before, is for beginners In married or business life to adopt such a scale of personal and family , exiendlture as must render thrift 1m iMWHilile. 'The youth of our time seem likely to forget that easy circum stances In middle or mature aire are, us a rule only to be purchased at the eost of rigid self-denial In earlier years. The son anddnuirhter Are...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 August 1870

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO UOLUBS A TEAR, IX ADVASCK $2.50 IT raid Within SIX Month. 3.00 at tbe End of the Trar, T O II W O 11 It . Xeatlr and Promptly Kirrutrd. To Advertisers. f Purlin vprttlfin Inr contrart. for a (tlyen time, will be nH lied I" I heir l.'Kltt luiite bualnvs; anyltiiiui oitlnltiu of lllle will boclmrired for emrately. Advertisers, fr a specified time, ex. rcxiUlnKllin-e iiiiinllis, will Iiiito the prlvl-li-tte of rem-wliiK lln-lr ailvrrtlsrinents quarterly; nil extra change will be churtt-ist for. er Dnuhle-eolnmn advertisement will be chanted one-llilnl mure than regular rntr fiirslnulerolumiis. nr Funeral Nutters, Obituaries, or nnjr ntlinr imitlor Milwrvlug private liferent, will iMtchanrcd fur. Notice. In local end special column are mutter or epeelul con I met. CLAlt IC VI FEMALE ACADEMY. rjiIIF. FOURTH ANNUA I. HEWION OF 1 this Institution begin on the till of Mrpleiiibur lli'XU T E It MS: Primary Depart me tit., ,.....1.1 00 H) III) rreparntnry " ... Coll...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 August 1870

THE CHltONICLE II. V. THOMAS, Kbitou. t. KBt.rTf. t. A. nnAWf. nBUTT A SBAXT, rrtnjMtrKim Ami panf Hin-roiui. Trrm I Tim Dnllart prr nmtuim In mliYimr, Clui'liMvillri Tenn.i SATURDAY AUOUHT 57, 1870. FOR aOVEItXOK, Gen. W. A. QUARLES, Of Montgomery. - ron coNaniCH8, DOll&Kf B. T II Oil AS, , . - Of Huni(iluri. FOIl STATE KEXATOIt, f 0 L . X A T U A X , B tt A X D 0 5 , Of Blewnrt. FOIl TICK LKtJIHI.ATUKK, KOBKKT P. F K tt C I 8 0 .1 . 'Jilection November 8, lSTfX ' ; Otu- ticket lit mihUnt to tlio dcolKlatt of a Vo-uvciitlou. C'OXUKEMNIOXAIi lA.WAHM. On Saturday hint, we line! a free am! ' tin rewrved conversation with ' the Hon. Dnrwy 11. Tlmmrwi, on the ' Huhjectof tl to polfticnl aspect of tills Oongrctwlonal UlHtrfct. He expressed klmneir iih highly gratified at the pronpect of tilt re-election to the wot ' of which he bus been twice defraud cti by denpotie power and villainy combined li one aiul the name vile toot of nn tmttcrupuluus dominant party. But notwithstanding thes...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 August 1870

Hl'KCIAL NOTICKH. WE TAKTR IJI." ttiotograph hd Oem In very stylo. Of tlio oldest man or the youngest child ; Or, If you hnv a pretty place, You wlHh to prcserv an well as your face, W tnka 'am. If you want til Rembrandt plotnro W am prepared with every fixture, A nd ninke the Khndow soft, and fine, Which give tha feature In every line-- "We lake 'em. Tha "Porcelain," (those gem of beauty,) To make to perfection la our duty; Drlng futlier, mother, weotbeart and child, It you want a picture, In any stylo, We take 'em." At W. It. Abmhtkono Co., Picture Gallery, Fowler' Hull, Franklin atreuU Hteel Kngravlng, IaUiographs and Frame lor ale. L-,un" !B"lf ATTKNTION I .... WE are constantly prepared to remodle old style FVMJVITVMH, to repair all ar ticle broken or damaged by use; to rebot toincnne ont Chulr; to renovata curh-d . hulr Mattresses; to fit and iiang Window Hhades; to cut and tuck down Curpets, und do every thing connected with a gene ral Furniture an-: Impairing business. W .Ha...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 August 1870

Frits Ramnifl art Hn ft fating. Frllx Hummel iKhonnilt mnoalo On de koM linn lioiillo Miunre ( 11 y ti Yamtor llulglcy, ' Vul nwiket all din becplcs dere" Hny UuIkIc.v. "Itiim p-e do Prussians, 1'nd ihu Is do Iierwla; pund ; I).'y' coomliig to tight mil Peeamarclc or de t 'horin.-iii Vatcrh.nt." "1'v turn," any Frit. "I'm ftilt 'em, For I pecs n 1'rllKsl.m born ; I VIM go nml schlock item Frenchman Veil Kiiik Vlllloiu plows do horu." Hnvs tjnlidcy, "Un in, be yabersl le tuufcl Kipolen tnko If dey piny ile (lurry Owen, Home speeches imcIuseM 1 11 make." Frits Hummel he meteln Dculaclicr Krom de HIpminrlnKeii town, Und ho say, "Vilst an gr, mcln Irroder. I'nd put ill tutu FreivciimiiiiadowiiT' "Yah I yaii 1" anys tie rtlKmiirlngeii, "I giww to fin front, next- veek, Hnye Frits, "i)u mnkea nw proud feel Yen 1 hearyou tint vay apea k. t'ooin mlt me in ilia here Mrr bans, IN) licn.lt of lilt lVi'Niiiiirt'k I rink ; Ve care not a tuin for Ocstrlch, Nor Till dur 1 ruin Mil In dink. Here's ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 September 1870

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, TW D01UK8 A TKiB, 15 ADJAJqi $1 JO l fatd Vital Sl MV. V S.00 at the Knd of the If ar. ftltES'Of ADVCt)Stlt(S.n NICLE. NOv SyVMSM. I Moja ! aejf ao I II ao I Hniai..., a 4 ! Mi a nn in aft: li tm hi nti a-aa I'J ntt is an 2ii ati i'.l Ml h,i ntt I e.iiiirearf, on T LI' If) tin T O U W O 3 I v Neatly and rromptljr Ixeevted. f t'ltwnn,... ft) m iv im r ,VOL,-40.-rNO 45, CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1870. WHOLE NO. 2,124. 4. l.WI OTIVIK.M 'i (.''damn. l iililimi.., I Column... was ti mi Ki ail jr, uniai an hu on no on Ik !) on r. on on on (J HR( ) To Advertisers. . mm rnrilHI niTn(llIIK Uf cuillim-w nil M given time, will liecnntlnal to Uii-lr IcaKI liuitii bni(lni-M; nnytblnit outside of this will bochunccd fnr separately. awl- Advertisers, for a aiH't-lfied time, ex rcedina three month, will have the urlvl- Inre nf renewing; their ndvertlwtnenta quarterly; nit extra changes will be an- Uonblr-cfllurnn' MrertlsVsiitarni no eiiarKttd one-tinru mora ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 September 1870

THE CHRONICLE It, W. THOMAft, Editor. , M KKHI.KTT. . A. Clttaal. XRILKTT A GB-AST, ri'mMiRm i Funrwnvrons, 7V-rm Turn fun lun y-e annum in ailmnre. ClMi'UwvllIu T!IIU.I K.TUKPAT.......KEPT. i, T7a FOR OOVEKXOK, Gen, JOHN C. BROWN. Of OIk- County. . . ' VOM CONOKKHH, UKX, W. C WI1TTI0K3E, or Maury County. ' KOIl HTATK HKXATOtl, ill.. X A T H A X BBAXDOX, Of 8tewrt. KOU TUB. I.EOIHLATVUK, ROBERT r.rBR0UOS. ETectlon November 8, 1870. Our IWket 111 unlijtwt to the decision of a uwivenuuD. 41 EX. W. A. 4)VAKIES CAM l. We publish, to-day, the card of (Jen. Wllllum A. Quaries announc ing his withdrawal, from the canvass for. Governor. It will he, read witli feeling of mingled regret and ad' miration. Regret, that clrcumstan ees made It proper for him to with' draw, and admiration of the motives that governed him, in prefering the harmony of the party and the assured defeat of Radicalism, to his own pro motion at the possible cost of discord and division In the ranks of the op- Hwltlon. Wi...

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

I. O. O. XT. Youno tiKCAVPMt: nt No. A3, meet FIRST anrl THIRD TIItRSDAY In eat'h month. - . - PVTHAdoit as IxinnE No. 23, meet MONDAY E VKN IN O of each week. flrmphi, flnrkuvillr t Looisvllle Biilrond. OolKU BnHTII-f.KAVC Ct.AUgSVII.I.r ! No. 2, Nil. 4. No. A, No. 10, Mull,. Express, Auoom., freight IhlWf.M. IflVOP.M. 4:40 A. M, IhMlH.M. OOIXII KlI'TH-AKHirH OtAKKflVI I.I.B. No. 1, Nn. a, Nn. No. t, Mull, Express, K'l 1'itwt, rn-lght, ta r.M,' i v&A.M. H:lip. M. IJ e. m. HPKC1ALNOTICKS. Every man would purchase n home for hlnuwlf and family, If owner of property Would sell on the term offered liy Life Insurance companies. Pure mu tuality In practiced by tlie New York Life. C. II. JOS US, Special Anent. Assisted by V. M. POLLOCK. Hep I, TO. Ok,Tnl U,VI-B. H. C. ltAYM A Co's riuggtev-wnrrantcd In every purllo. nlar-CHKAP foil CAMII. Call at Baker A Hi-o's Carriage Factory, opposite tlie old lluptlst Church. JulyW Real Estate, Bank Stock, and Hallway Honda may depreciate In val u...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 September 1870

, Tbl Year's ltrk Crap. Tito ft rat estimate of tha probable huiDltcrof tog available- for kUukIi In- In thcMrklngfimMl of 1870-71 In furoMKNt l.y the offlolul tables of the HUte Aii.iitor t,f Ohio, tlve Aftfteoi- f tlwHtate returning tlteRrww mim lcr x month old ri over on the flint day of Aurll at 1.720.123. iralnut 1 ,4.V,tt43 on the oorreiouctlnjr. dut of i-wif, nr an inc.'eiiH in round number olOio.UO'J. , There lHrliowerer, Hllght leoreamt a in)nre-J with lS'W, it ik rlclency of over 8()i),fKX) an compared With 1N67. and a .till fmnUr falling off As compared with' the crops of previous year, wlilcih reached the intixiraumor 2,705.UOJ In 188. Ills evident tht the saut ratine which led to the large product of 18ft3 high price of the packed product ami con sequent profit of breeders havestlm ttlnterl the product! thts year In Ohio, as It litis probably In Illinois; but It Is questionable If the Increase Im erfiinl in other Western State. Upon the subject Of possible values the Ci...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 September 1870

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLIES 1 IEAB, IX ADTAXCE $3.50 Jf Paid tUttala Sit Xoath. ' 3.00 at tlie Knd of the tear. " .T OU WO It Iv Neatly and Promptly Ixcentrd., To Advertisers. JrUe advertising by contract, for a HI veil tlmn, will be con lined lo their Icgltl lnte 1iik1iimh ; anything outside of till H ill ucchnrKed for separately. Advertlner, for a iicclnel time, ex ceeding three liliuithn, will have the prlvl 1K of renewing their advertisement quarterly) all extra change will be aim rued for. Pouble-eolnmil advmtlnement will ho chawed one-third luom than regular rate for inglc column. Funeral Notlcm, Obituaries, or any other matter aubacrvlng prlvuto Interest, Will he charged for. M Notice In local and special column are matter of pecial contract. CLAltKSVILLE FEMALE ACADEMY. rnip rnniiTii annual rehhioN ok 1 this Institution begin on tliu 6th of Hcptemuer nexi. TERMS: I'rlmnry tpnrtment 1S 00 Frepsrntory " ' ' Collegium " Hi 00 EXTUAHl Music - KI 00 I'm of Instrument ........

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 September 1870

K VV. THOMAS, Kbitoiu . KKIII.KTT, t. A.liKT. ! .1 K B L It T T i: GKAH, ri'M-iMMKiw b nwtiniiu, 3 tmm 'IVa iMtUan prw unmnm In ntliantte. CHuvWmvI lie, Tcnn.i MTUnDAY.........KKrr. io, wo. TOR OOVKRNOR, Gtn. JOHN a BROWN. Of Olios County. ... , For cokoexmh, ti If. W. C. WHITTUOBXK, ts7 Maury County. KOH 8TATR HKXATOII, COL. NATIUX BK.lJi DO 5, Of Rtcvnrt.. FOR THB IKeMWr.ATt'KE, ROBKRT T.jritB6tS9J. Eteetlo Kevcmher .8, 1870. frtir Ike but l anbjent to Hie decision of a :oiiviitlnn. ot a ronirio. Having Identified ourselves with the National Democratic patty, we hall, henceforth, speak of the oppo Kitton to the Radical party under that designation. We see neither sense nor sound policy In splitting hairs about names and the term, 'Con servative," however appropriate, or available, in the past, serves, now, atrly to eofrfounI ltieuaird'fcecralire prejudice-. As to reviving the Whig party tvetesuoh a thing practicable there are grave objections which can, we fear, never be removed. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 September 1870

I , , I. O. O. V. . Yof.io Exoampmkxt No. 33, meet FJItST aud TIIIIlDTIIUltSDAY In each month." " " " PYTttAnottAH LoIxjk No. 23, meet MONDAY EVENING of each week. JlcnphU, ClnrkivlIIt & Louisville lailroad. OOINO KUHTH l.r.AVK CLAKVII.LBt Mall, Kxpreaa, Acconi., t-'rel'ithi ll:ur.M. fcuup.it. 4:10 A. M, T.iA)t.X. OOINO SOUTtt-AaBIVH 'LAItKVIM.It. No. I. No. S. No. V No. . Mull, Rxpreas, ft A Piim, Freight, 6:11 P.M. il:U6 A.M. :li P. M. :W p. M. HPECIAL 1VOTIO10H. Every man would purchase a boms for himself and family, If owner f pro port y would will on th term offered by l.lf Insurance companies. Puro mu tuality li practiced by the New York Life. C. H. JOJES, Special Agent. Anlalnl by W. M. POLLOCK. Hepa.Ttf. Ok,Ywl l.Tfil-H, B.1C, ITAY A Co"S Buggies warranti-d In every partic ular CHEAP Fun CAH1I. Cftll at Baker A Bra' Carriage Factory, opposite the old llnptlsl Church. Julys Real Estate, Bank Stock, and Railway Bonds rany dcpn-clnte In val uator illp through our hand, hut ...

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