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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 August 1858

' ' ''''''' LOCAL ITEMS. .NEBLRTT A. GRANT. Local Editors. FRIDAY, AUGUST C, 1853. - B T Chronicle Office ovrr IV H. Bryarly's Store. rciimtl. Passing along street the oilier dty, we heard our name pronounced in inch dul cet accent, we looked suddenly around, nothing doubting, to behold senph "new lighted" from the sktis. An our glance fell upon the angelic feature of the speaker, we fell for a moment con vinced that a celestial being stood before us. Again it spoke, and we r untied to the arms of onr long absent friend, . C. Breed, Eq , whilom on atour to the North. A cheek roseate at the blush ing dawn, an eye sparkling aa ita pearly dews, a amile bright aa ita golden rail i nice, and a atep elas tic aa It bounding trend, upoke, aa we fancied, of fonder caresses than thoo of the zephyra, and of happiness that gave more luatra to the eye, more amilca to the lip and fresher vigor to the atep than the ehnrrns of travel. "Where in she?" wo ex claimed, after the first cordial pressure ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 August 1858

URAGG'S ARCTIC LINIM-NT! ThiJ IneompsraWe Liniment, uriou which the grunt must of ihe ufilii led of oil land now rely ut relief Ir in ihe (inly cf Rhetimo Urn, Neil tnlj'i i, in, Eiy. ipelar. Cancer, r-'crofula, Sprains noises. Burn, tVnlil, and nil rutai e us dt-eases, II rapidly tipeiseeiiig nil t'milar prejioratinna Tho nroprietor give fur llio vncouraeement of liflVrera, the following memorandum of a few ol lie woiybrfal cures effected by it during the past few miinih. Cerlificilcs from the purtirs mimed trn In ill" po-ve sion of the, prnpile ors, but Unit I-1 g U r-'cludt-i-Ihe pu V.I en' Ion of ull but a few., X l . Irliimphnnt. Mm. MoIIit, No. 345 Morgan street, Ft.' I.oula, having sufl'or.d for three, yar with hheumatism, Mid tiled many preparation wl'.hout effect, wai cured by one fifty cent bottle of Arctic linement IP'Umuu' Arctic LlNtvrNT. No method of treating Nenralcla bail sueceeded, prior to Ihe in troduction of thl powerful nervine. The faculty admitted Hint their 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. — 13 August 1858

-VOLUME 9. CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1853V KUMJ5Eirr9. OJSlGinAL WOVEUiETTE. For t'l Chrouiole. HELEN BERING. BY-.R, W..THOMA8 A uthnr of The Young Colonel;" "Thr f.;r;" ,. Diur "Th Comtnt Printer i ".W ' .Vi.if.ii;" 'Tlu Bride of an Hour ;" "Ua 7 J JotW," fitc.f etc. CHAPTER XV. The bull-room was lighted up immedia tely after supper, and soon filled with the gay aud fnshioaable. Helen, at tho solicita tion of her father.' backed bv Mrs. Whit- man and Miss Loe appeared, for the first time, in a festive scene so at variance w ith j her feelings. "Not on his own account did Mr. Berne urze his davtchtcr to min-lc with tho (ray, but because he hoped it might be tho means of restoring that cheer ful tone to her feelings so much more con sonant with her natural disposition than the gloomy despondence that hung like a j pall over her once joyous spirit. But he i knew not the depth of the wound he was attempting to heal by an application so .simple; nor did he reflect that the g...

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 1858

R. W. THOMAS, Edlfr, J. 8. NrnLrTT.j J. A. GRANT, J Office, over Win. n. Brjarly's Store. rTAIlfmnmnnicntioni must ta addressed toth rVUtor. Business letter! to the pnh'isbert. r 17" Advertisements must b hnnded In early on Tuu'ly mornings, or they will be le't ovor. ' StaT1 Cow m uii cations mtf.it It handed in hy svwi.t on Tlturtday, or ilisy will be htfl over. Pill DAT, AUGUST 13, 1858. ' S9 In his luto speech at Beech Gro?c, Menator Hammond Baid : ' "To him, the wholo theory and scheme of squatter ovreignty was a'tnaltcr of disgust. The Kunnat-Nebraka bill was a- delusion and deception from the beginning. It was a snare to those at the South. It was rotten with fraud, and those who made It flinched from its consoquences." The Senator also said that he saw nothing in the present political aspect to authorise disunion, nor would there be in the election of an aboli tionist to the Presidency, though the elec tion of a second, would alter the ease. We are truly gratified to learn th...

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 1858

wm.i nyjO'y'.:?' mtmmmim ..., ... - - LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT &. GRANT, Local dttr. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1858. U CWiIcfe OJie cttr W W. Orytriy' Str..J tj About 90J.0 OFloar aad Fork barrel, and 15,000 Tobacco IIogsh4d and innumerable buck et tad other woods a vessel! art annually used In llila vicinity. Tha barrU aall from 50 cent to $ I 50 each th hogshead from $1 to $3 50. Putting tha barrel at an average of 70 cent, tba roonar paid for the atonal $140,01000, and (lia Hogsheads et $3, emouat I y $30,000 00, aud ant all other branchee of tha buslnea at tha taw eethnate of $30,000 00 and we have tha total aalea at $300,000 00. Wo understand that all thi could bo dona with 30 handa if machinery were tared. Timber ta abundant and asily procurable of all cooptrlng kind and la therefore cheap.--Starling with a homo buslnee of $300,000 00 per annum, all In eaah article, the proprietor night oaeily anticipate doing eonaiderable businesa all along Cumberland River and at other place. Ex. c...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 August 1858

BRAGG'S ARCTIC L1NIM NT! TMs inrnmpnrahle Liniment, upon which the great mass of the iiffli I'd of all lind now rely nr relief Irufri Hie pimp of Rheiims im, Ncu f lrtf G'tt'i K'yr lielin, C nnc.er, hcrofula, Sprains renlses. Rums, Scald, and till ratal e.us df-anaes, P rsnidlv stipeiseiiing nil s itnlnr preparations . Tne proprietor give for (he riicotir..c-ni..l of I "e wonderful on m-iJVrlpd hy it during ihe imst I k- I'... ...'- i -w iiiiiimii'-. riiuiM"-B iii'iu mv jinnies nnrrjea hi the i--MS'ioii of the propiie ors, but tlirir lei gili prevluties tjie publ culloii of all l.ti t a few. ' Out; boltlt It iiiliiph:iitt. Mrs. Moflit,. N o. 3 15 Mo sun aired, St. LoulS, having sullcHd fur three yeurs with lihenmutiam, iind lilrtd many preparations wtlliont effect, wan rurd hy one litty emit bo'tloof Arctic Lincinnt. (D'Hsauu'h Arctic Linekint. No method of treating Neuralgia had su'-celed, prior to the In troduction of thi powerinl nervine. 'I'lio faculty admitted that their utmost...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 August 1858

TT J& o VOLUME 9. CLAMSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1858, JUMBER 40. ORIGINAL NOVEUiETTE. For t'l Chronicle. HELEN BERNE. BY R. W. THOMAS, Author of "The Young Colonrl;" "The Refugtet;" Lilly Dole;" "The Content Prisoner i "Jane Matton;" "The Bride of on Hour ;" "Ida Holmee," etc., etc. CHAPTER XVII.. .Early on the morning succeeding the incidents recorded in the last chapter, Mr. Berne was actively engaged in preparations for his visit to Winchester, for which place, lie intended to lcavo immediately after breakfast. II is first step was to call on Mr. Motley, whom he thus addressed : "I I now it is unusual, sir, to place young ladies under the protection of so young a man as yourself, and some may deem it imprudent; but in confiding my daughter and niece to your care, for a few days, I know that I am providing ample protection, and vcry security for their comfort that my own presence can afford them. I shall tell them that I have ap pointed you their temporary guardian, an...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 August 1858

eiatfovUlc (Chronicle, R. W. THOMAS, Editor.- . J. A. GRANT, rubluktTI- Office, oTcr Wra.' D. Brjailj's Store. ItTAI I nnmmunleatlona most be addressed to the Fdllotv Business letter to the publisher. TTAdverllsement must be handed In early on Tmtrsdiy morning, or they will be let aver. FRIDAY, AUOUST 20, 1858. , lj' The London police is said to be tlie most efficient in the world, and London papers ay that the reason is that they hold vjfuco during good behavior, and being thns placed beyond the reach of political influence, they can disoharge their duty without fear of giving offense to pot-house politicians. We mate a note of this for the benefit of those who desire to rcmooVl the Constitution ot lennessec. Jian is everywhere the game movod by the same influences, and whether his position bo high or low, self will sway his actions; and if a dependence upon the popular will for thb tenure of office be a condition of the government undor which he is an officor, such dependenoe, act...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 August 1858

LOCAL ITEIY1S. " NEBLETT 4. GRANT. Local Editors. FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1858. fy Chronicle OJtci seer W It. Bryarly's Start XI ETAsa looal ititmun to add to the trtds of Olsrksvllle, wo tlilnk that a (nod turnpike road, running from thia place on th shortest and cheap at route to Dickson County or even on to Char, lotte, would be very desirable. It would develops action of country which makes aoma of the fanciest lobiceo, and would bring hare consider able trai which if now done else where. We hear that men of meane along the route woild freely nd Iberally join In the enterprUe. So it hut re. quire lltt'e energy and liberality on the part of war eitlii-nt to accompllah thia Improvment- Thia Toad with branch from the present road towards ttussellvllle. diverging thia aide of the let toll gate tad penetrating towarda Trenton are too impor tant, and the danger of great loa by not con structing them too imminent for oar cilixms idly lo look at them and do nothing. We prefer the last route ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 August 1858

V5 Ul, I'. DRAGG'S ARCTIC L1NIM-NTI 4 V ! This Incomparable Liniment, upon which hc groat maucf olTli ted of all lands now rely or relief Irvro the p'tnga of Rhtomi 'urn, Neu 1jI(tI i, t:. n't Ery.lpeles, Cancer, t-'croftila, Sprains rruisca, Bums, Hraldn, and all cutai.ei us dl-ens-s. 15 rnpidly superseding all similar preparations . The proprietors give for the encouragement of f oflerera. the following memorandum of a few of tii wonderful euieeeifrcted by it during I he pwel lew months. Certificstia from the parties named tt In Ui a poists-ion of tlio propile ore, bat their lei g.h precludes the publ oailon of all but a few. ' Otic foill irluinplmiit. Mr. MnflTt, No. 3 -IS Mo-gnu street. Ft. Louie, hiving auStind fi'r three yrure with klieumatiin, mid I'M winny prepirntoiis without effect, was citfri by one fifty cent boitleof Arct'C Linement. CBsaoo's Auctic Lmiciir.sjT. No method of treating Neurolgla had em-cceded. prior to ihe In troduction of this powerful nervine. The facul...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 August 1858

STOLUME'O; ft.-, rv i- ; , clarksville, . tem.; Friday, august 27; 1858.;; NUMBER 41.' ,0JSlCI!3Ali HOVEUETTE. For tO e Chronicle. HELEN .; DERIVE." V . . , . - .BY R. W THOMAS. Author"" "The Ytuiia Colonel;" "T) R'Wi" -"LiUf Dale" "The Convent Prieouer; "Jane Nation;" "The Bride of an Hour "Ida , Holmee," etc, etc. ! ' ", '..".IT chapter xix:.' ; About 10 o'clock "at night,; Joe Estelle Bat on one aide of a email table, and on the other, Tom Burton, and between them there was a bottle of brandy and two glasses.1-, The combined fumes of the liquor and cigars, and the rather flushed faces of tho two men, showed that they had not juHt taken their seats; and that the full bottle had been "once emptied, if not oftener, during their, sitting. The glances they cast upon .each other's face indicated mutual distrust and dissatisfac tion ; and upon the "somewhat wrinkled visago of Joe Estelle ; there was apparent a slight expression of contempt for the young man who had ventured to measure w...

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 1858

:, tr flarltsrillc "(Chvonide. R. W. H10MA8, rMor y 8. N f BI-ETT, J. A. GRANT, Office, Ter Wm. 0. Bryarlj's Store. ETAli "ommnnleailon malt b addressed to tha Editor. Balni letter !o the pub!Ihra,' l7Advertlementa mnt ba handed In early en Tiiareday morning, or they will ba I 't over, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1858. e?.W lxavo read, In ancient history, that the white sluves once resolved to ai tcrt their freedom, and mustered an army to giro battla to their masters. The Gen eral of tho opposing army, instead of arm ing his troops with shield and battlo-axe, placed in the hand of each aoldier a whip, and thus armed, marched to join battle. The slaves seeing their enemies brandish ing the wenpon with which their backs were too familiar, were seized with a panic, fled from the field, and returned to their state of bondage. The history of our country furnishes a somewhat parallel case. But short time since, the honest patriots resolved to band themselves to gether for the purpose of putting d...

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 1858

' -art LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT & GRANT. Loral Editor. FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1858. T Otronlck OJjict over W II. Bryarly'l Start, jrj THE WEATHER AND CROrS. Ths Thermometer haa lately got to pitying etrange tricks Upon the whole, we rather think thii ii moat undoubtedly the most .Ingular weath er fur the dog-days we hare ever asen. It Fa at lurrly cold this the 24ih of August, 1858 1 . The weather hea alwaya been subject of much remark In common conversation, and of much peculation -among planter! and tobacco buyers.- The indication, just at thia moment, are decidedly In favor of an early frort and a short crop, had not the 'cte-a-dld' already announced that we tohould here no froet until eome time in October. Whether the eitrsordinary developments are at tributable to the enccetnf.il laying of the Tele grupnio cable, we are not Informed nor doee con jectnre throw aa much light aa uaual on tha tub Ject. Will aome one who la deep In the meterio logical development of wind and tidee relie...

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 1858

BRAGG'S ARCTIC LINIM -fNJI Thle Ino'nmrmralile Liniment, o-inrr which the praat mass pf the fcfili led of alf lands now rely or relief Ir'.'Pi tlif pang of Rheums irm, Nen t .lyln, ('V, Erysipelas, Cancer, Ccroi Ills, Sprains rrulses, Burn, Srsld. and nil eutai.e. usdeasi-s. I! rapidly supeiseiJng nil a milar preparations I 'I'm proprietors five for the encouragement of nirTerere,the following memorandum of few o' Wi wonderful Ctitesetreetod by" if d'trlng Ihe past few months. , Ceriific-'tes from the purl tee named bra 'In the po-ir-iou of the profile ore. hut their I-ugh preclude" the piibl cailou of all I lit a few.. , One bottle trlumpliniit. ' Mrsv M.ifTil-. So, 34 Mo-gan street, .Kt. I.onln, having stiffen d fur three year with llhcuinalinn, nJ tried many praparat ona without effect, wan cured hy one fifty cent bO'tle of Arct'O Linement. Ulir acq's Asctic l.iNrwi.sT. No method of treating Neuralgia hail succeeded, prior to Ihe In troaurtiiin of this powerful nervine. The facul...

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 1858

! a j ri v: LJ 1 ' - - . Y.OLUME 9.- CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1858. v NUMBER 42,. 1 i ORIGINAL NOVELETTE. , For the Chronicle. HELEN BERNE. BY R. VT. THOMAS. Author of Tht Vbtin? CoIonrJ;" "Tht R'firrn;n "Lilly Dalef" "Tit Ginvrnt rriimnrrs "Jane Nation" "TIU JSruie art Hour ; Ilolmet," etc., tie. . A . . Wo CHAPTER XXI.' A few minutes after reaching lier room, Helen saw Mr. Lno approach, and, not winning to meet him with so many evi dences of agitation and distress as she bore upon her face, withdrew from the window and answered not his knock at the door. She then, with painful anxiety, saw him go towards the spot where she had left Burton, and saw him, too, hurry away from that spot, his very step betraying in tense excitement. Ho passed, without a look towards the cabin, and her heart told her that he knew all, and that the cord was severed which had bound them together in mutual affection. A stranger, to have lookod upon her palo face, at thai moment, would have ...

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 1858

(filarteritte Chronicle. R. W. THOMAS, Editar. Office, orcr Wm. II, Bryarly's Store. IT Al I eommnnlentlons must be eddreesed to the Editor. .Business letters to the publishers. 3B"Advertleementi mnst be banded In rsrlvon Thursday mornitgt. or tliejr will be let over. (DILABKSVUILIL'Eo' FRTDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1808. A GOLD AND SILVER CURRECY. Under this caption, the Union & Ameri can haa an article written, seemingly, with care an J deliberation, and we propose to notice it at gome length, first, because we consider tho proposition itself, a lium bujr, and, secondly, because we dissent, In toto, from tho proposed legal and moral means for its enforcement. That the reader may ee what these means are, we subjoin the following paragraph : "But It li objected that If we had no banka at home, tho paper of other States would flow in and aupply the vacuum created by the withdraw al of bank circulation. Tliie might esslly be avoided by pausing stringent laws agninst olng the no tea of adjo...

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 1858

LOCAL ITEiilS. NEBLETT & GRANT, Local Editor: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1858. ILT iMts t.HjMlUg -ff & .wot tottfo W"Q J3 . Bmik of America. Considerable excitement tu produced her, a day or two ago, by the newt thai the Southern Hank of Tenneitee, et Memphis, hed impended payment, and that the note of the Bank of Amer ica had, In consequence thereof, been thrown out by other Bauki at Memphis and Nashville. The Southern Bank wai the agent, at Memphis, to re deetn the notei of the Bank of America, and her suspension, of courts, Involved a temporary d it credit of the notea of the Bank of America. The Bank of America had no intimation, whatever, we learn, of any deaign of the Southern Bank to enapend, until they got newt that they had actual ly suspend!. The Bank of Ameica it till! going on, at utu al, and her notei are redeemed at Nashville by the Tradere Bank, and the Merchanta Bank. At to the final irtue of tills excitement, it all depends upon the action of the note-holders, and...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 September 1858

BRAGG'S ARCTIC LINIMENT! TliU Incomparable Liniment, npon which the pmnt muM of iho afflicted of all lauds now rely or relief from th" pangs of Rhenma'iam, Neu filpli.O'idS ly-lpels, Cancer, rVrofula, Sprains rrnlsps. Burns, Hcnld., and all cutaneous d(enees, It rapidly superseding all ainiilnT preparnliont. The proprietors give fur the cncoiir.i;emenl of uflirerB, the following memorandum of a few or Mia wonderful cures iVor.Ind by it during llie past few months- Certificates from tlia parties nameJ are la the po-wtnion of tlm propiie'.ors, but their leug'h preclude lbs pnbl.callon of all but a few. Off bottle lrlumpli.ini. Mrs. Moflit, No. 345 Morgan street, PI. I.oiila, having stiffen d fur three years with KhenmaHsm, and tried many preparations wliliout effect, waa cured by one fifty emit bottle of Arrti" l.inemeut. BTBsAno's Asctic Li!HEn:fiT. No mrihod of treating Neuralgia bad succeeded, prior to the In troduction of this powerful nervine. The faculty admitted that their utmo...

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 1858

s, rnr. jd 1 1 - n - . .... , . i . T ,"' -I iw -J T . RUUfijji ft I! CLARKSVIIjIjE, TENN.; FRIDAY, :SJ31fpMBER; 10, 1858.'.', J All.', Hiu lift j ' '" . ' 4I. !..,..; . , 43.;: Ml..- a ft ,r" III I V. I ft ' 5 i I i ' mm t v - - as - i . v . i i i v i . . . - s - v - - - ' ' tLl.l. . ... ' - - -i For the Cnreicl HELEN iliEUNE "Lilly Dl" 'Thi Convmtt rmontrl 'jant Morton;" ''The' Bkd Honr?" -Ida .relW.",WC ?.X,- ,T.-r i ' Mr? Motley tibtintcd tiis li)re and, true q liia ptorais to Uelcn, rode off in search vif. Tom Burton," resolved , to extract from" him, by aorae ineana or oilier;: the Whole trutti'ih 'reference to' he'marriaga ccrtifi cato. 1 ' Satisfied in hia own- mind, that there had been- afrand practiced,' he was pain fully anxioua to make it appear, that Helen inlghi Ve!relivcd,'and, if possible, enable, her to keep the transaction a secret from fcer father, for the aake"'pf. iw..,feeling8.. Mr, Motley learned, through Dolt, -that Burton boarded , about, a, mile from the Sp...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 September 1858

j.llK.lll R. W. THOMAS, EJUtr. ' Office, orcr Ym. II. Bryarlj's Store. STAlKnitimnnlestlonsmdat bs addressed to the Editor. Bneliiess letter to lha publishers. CTAdverfleements mirnt M handed In early on Thursdiy morning, or they will be let OTer. jf j '. ; . . . . a . " , (DILABmV3IL3IlSa ' , FRTDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1868. j tT The Union & American replies, lit! Rome length, to our strictures upon its poficy of a gold and ailvor currency, and directs its efforts apainst our views of the constitutionality of that policy, as pro posed to bo enforced by that paper. It eoys : "Now the constitution of tbe Uni ted States provides that no State shall pass any 'ex pott facto law, or law impairing the obligation of contracts.'" Hence it argue that if the law be net ex poet facto, the State has the constitutional power to vitiate contracts between man and man entered Into after the enactment of the law. J?ow we read that clause of the Con stitution differently, and infer its meaning to bo t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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