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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 8 June 1866

. i For theCbroacIe.1 SPBISS. t s. a. muain. . Stern, cold wiattr bat passed away, ( Spring, balmy tprluy, It here, ! t Asd beaoteout birds, with ptiueage gay, ! "And Voice tweet aud clear, -.; Are warbling from each throb and tree, i Kics varied songi of melody. The lun'i warm kin hat unlocked the streams, And Hot tkem dancing along, j Sparkling and fleshing In bil golden beam, Seeping time with the spring-birds tongt, While orer all hang a tky of blue, Deeper than the violet ' deepest hue. t Katnre hat thrown orer the ombre earth , Itr mantle of delicate green, r, Beneath It foIJf, springing into birth ' Soma tweet wild flowen are seen; , But the ones I lore brat are violets blue, Sparkling with genu of errata! dew. Cedas Grot i, Tenn. LIQUID ELOQUENCE. Paul Denton, a Methodist preacher in Texas, advertised a barbecue, with better liquor than ussuolly furnitbeJ. When the people were assembled, a desperado in the crowd shouted out : "Mr. Paul Denton, your rever- ance bat lied. You ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 15 June 1866

(TTP TFP 1 ru xJW J 11 'Jo "'VOLUME 1. Old Series, vol. 15. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1866. Old Scries,. No. 7, , NUMBER 49, ... -t -H' . . ,'..'! ,-fT - 0. HEXINGER, WHOLESALE GROCER .lonlg an4BoestIc Wines, ItqnorsJ ' ' " ttrn and. Tobacco. 'J0t rVKtO OQCAU AMD RUWimT ALLIT, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. Crrr and ootjntry Merchants will flu It to their Interest to Rlvs me a call, and examine my stock and prices before purchasing. BJX.Caeh paid for all kinds of country produce. , . Feb. 23, '66-tf ALrBoaio . aum. b. Tcaai.tr, an. . SMITH & TURNLEY, Forwarding and Commission MERCHANTS, ., . HRE-PROOF WAREHOUSE, Bed River Landing, Tenn. WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND for sale, Halt, Molasses, Shingle, Plowa, .and a large sMortmenl of Lumber. P. 0. Adreas: Box 245, Clarksville, fem. All Tobacco Sbipped oa by Railroad will be receWed at tba Depot, and placed in our bousa for the same tbat is charged by tba Clarksville warehouse. Jan. B, '60-6m . i. baook, t, , w. ataxBMoat, w. orat, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 15 June 1866

i. a. Kmrrr. - a. XEBLITT A till?, - rruif.M n rBtjpmrronn. ' ' TERMS t Tkrct Dollars per rear, In advance. R. W. THOMAS,. .EDITOR. C'litrkMlll. Trnn.t FRIDAY, JUNE ........15, 1860. the cottox crop. ' A correspondent of ths Mobil News re plte to New York correspondent uf a 1on 4oo house, who eelimatcs thai this year's crop of cotton wil) probably reach six, and cannot fall short of fire million of bales This absurd statement, the Alabama writer very clearly exposes, bj fact awl figures which he seems to have collected with mnrh cam, ud of which we cun give but a brief synopsis. He sets out with the fact, that ths largest crop ever raised, In the South, amounted to 4,500,000 bale, and assuming 800 pou nils of seed cotton, to be the average per acre, of the whole cotton grownig sec tion, ha arrives, logically, at the conclusion : That to produce 4,500,000 hales, there must 1e in cultiration, 9,84.1,750 acres, which most bt worked hy 1,093,750 hands, and that the season must be favora...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 15 June 1866

Ratw or Aovintio-On Dollar per qnara of Tim Linn. CLARKSVILLK,., .JUNE 15, 1808. . ; TBI COH riDIBlII MAD. , Do . tf reader remember lb beautiful apostrophe of Arvigara to the ded form of Fktote. la SUkpere'i ploy of CymbellM t " With Wrest flower, intnmer lull, and I live here, Fidel, llltweeten til sad gravt thoa (halt not Uck . Tlx flower, thal Ilka tby fcce, pala prim roa( not Tb atur bre-bel1, Ilka thy yln; no, nor . Tba leaf of eglantine, which not to "Under, Oot-wetened not thy breath i The red breast would, With charitable bill, bring the ell this; Yea, and rurred moet besides; when flower, are gone, To winter ground thy corse." . How touching); this express unaffected grief for the eoul that bad fled the lovely ten ement which la at tha feet of the speaker. From what a depth of truest tenderness, gusb a tha promise to car for and beautify the last ratting piece of the dead, but still dear, form before him. And yet,' Fldele was one whom ha bad only known a few abort hours be...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 15 June 1866

1 ' " From tU Ctasesat Monthly . UK 10 TES UiB. Dewa oft pfcasaat morning ta May Broke tbroafth the Wilderness, cool and gray, Whilst, perched In the tallest tree tope, th bird War carolling Hradchobn'i "Sengs without i word!." . . . Far from tiia haunts of men remote, Tba brook brawled on with liquid note, And nature, all tranquil and lovely, wora Tba atnila of spring, at In Eden of jot. Little by little, a daylight Increased, And deepened the roseate Bush In tba east Mttla by little, did morning reveal Twa long, glitering lines of steel; Where two bondred thousand bayonets gleam, Tipped with tbe light's earliest beam, And tbe faoes are sullen and grim to see, In tbe hostile armies of Qrant and Lee. All of a sudden, ere rose the sun, Peals! on tba silence tba opening gun A little white puff of smoke there tame, And anon tbe valley was wreathed In flame. Down on the left of the rebel lines. W here a breastwork stands in a oops of pines, ' Before tbe rebels their ranks can form, Tba ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 22 June 1866

CBEOMe VOLUME 1. Old Series, vol. 15. CLARKSVILLE, TEOT., FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1866. Old Series, No. 8. NUMBER 50. 1WKLY O. REXINGER, WHOLESALE GROCER AND DUUI M f orelgB and DoaeMle Wliiw, tlqaorsj Cigar and Tobacco. tOt. PUBLIC O.IJAM ABO ITRAWBERRT ALLET, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. CITY AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS will And It to tbclr Interest to give me a call, and examine my Mock and prices before purchasing. Bjl,Ch paid for all kindi of country produce. Feb. 23, '60-tf almonzo r. smith. B. TGRRLIT, BR. SMITH & TTJRNLEY, Forwarding and Commission ' ; MERCHANTS, flXE-PItOOF WAREHOUSE, Red River Landing, Tenn. WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND for sale, Salt, Molaase, Shingles, Plows, and a large assortment of Lumber. P. 0. Adress: Bos 243, Clarksvllle, Tenn. All Tobacco Shipped us by Railroad will be received at tbe Depot, and placed In our boose for tbe tame that to charged by tbe Clarkville warehouses. Jan. 5, 'CG-Gm . I. BACON, t. , w. mac moan, W. ORAT, S. 0. ROACH, . D. CLA7DT, D. OOLD. BACON...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 22 June 1866

(omtlc. i. S. KKBLBTT. J. A. ATri XEBLKTT ii tJRIXT, ri'iMiucis and muMtirroM. TERMH t Three Dollars per year, la advance, P.. W. THOMAS EDITOR. Clarkavllle, Tcnn. t FRIDAY,' JUSE... ....22, 1866 COTTON AGAIN. . Lust week.'we adduced some faots, figures and speculations to show that the Cotton crop, of this year, is not likely to eiceeol 1,250,000 bales, and we propose now to show that it will not ' follow, as a necessary con ho quence, that this short crop will com mand anything like the high priue anticipated. The statement of Ray mend, that cotton will bear a heavy tax, because we have a monopoly of that staple, is a very grave mistake, and there are thousands in the South who havo fallen into the same error, so far as the monopoly is concerned From Circulars and other sources, we learn that the average import of cotton into Liverpool, from Brazil, Egypt and India, embraceing the ton years from 1842 to 1852, was, respectively, 120,000; 70,000; and 211,000 in all 404,000 bales. In...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 22 June 1866

.tJ A, GRANT, ) r" Bates o Anviarmiso. One Dollar square of m MM. 0LARK8VILLB,.., ...JOKE 22, 1866. RMioufc Rev. Dr. Tease, from Colum bin, Rev. Mr. Ellis, from Edgefield, Tenn, and Rev. Mr. Bowls, bnva been In our city daring tbt put few day, and bav been holding service In tbt Episcopal Church. Bilbop Quintard will arrive hera this even log, when tbt rita of Confirmation will ba administered. i . . ' Tsi Weather. This subject bu been the text for a newspaper paragraph almoit from tima Immtmorial but wa doubt whether tha "oldest inhabitant" can call to mind inch caprlclbni weather at wa Lara experienced of lata. June baa luperteded March, and appears determined to turn the "cold shoul der to everything and everybody. Last Saturday night It turned quite cool, and on Sunday fires vera comfortable during the entire day; Monday, up to 4 o'clock, r. sc. wm cool and bracing, with a cold rain and bail Id the forenoon. Wa suppose our read ers are aware of these facta, but neverl'delct we w...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 22 June 1866

" " L TILTEB. I mw Btt bat a moment, 'Two In a "tilling skirt Row prettily ste (ailed along, TIm charming liUle flirt I 1 mw be bnt m moment, jLaeVI. 'twai a pretty tight, . . To see- bet tread Ui crowded street, With footaeps free and light 1 sww ar but moment. Yet 1 swore by lb "Old Harry," Tbo' pretty thing to look at, She wonld never do to marry t Tbo' I mw ber bo moment, Yet I knew sh M a flirt, By the Jaunty aire she pnt on At ibeiwung ber tilting skirt. WIT A9DJDVI0R. Tbe right man In the right place a hue band at borne in tbe evening. AU "Center" and no circumference The Fenian affair. Dear ladies, tilt ai much at you please. We can ttand it if you can. John asked Julia, if the would marry him. 'No," eaid the, "I will not have you," but before John could recover from the shock, the archly put in "but you may hare me I" Terrible. Abby Kelly Foster prophesies "a damnation of blood and flame and fire," u alecs suffrage it given the negroes. Mr. Billings describes love as state ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 29 June 1866

J: J. J it VOLUME L . Old Series, vol. 15. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY; JUNE 29, 1866. Old Series, NoO.- - ; NUMBER 51. C:;:H,(fJONES, ' UJSURA1TCE, ' ' .: ...,,, j BealEstat and Collecting Agent CLARKSVILLE, TENN. REPRESENTS THE BEST FIRE, MA tin and Life lotulraoca Compeniea In thU country, Will Bar, Rent, ana Sell Houses, Lett, end Farina, and give prompt attention to the Collectioa of all Claimt in Montgomery, Robertaoa, and Stewart coun ties, Tenn., and Christian county, Ey. jaa. , 'ee-iyr -' ; . .;, O. REXINGER, WHOLESALE GROCER .. '.. . AKD naaiaa in" w ... Foreign aid Bomeitle Wine, Llquora ',. Clgara aid Tobacco. COB. PCtUO SqCABI AND tTEAWBltttT AI11T CLARKSVILLE, TENN. CITY AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS will find it to their Interest to girt m a can, and examine my stock and price be for porcbasing. BCesb paid fur all kinds of eooatry produce. ,, - Fob. 23, '66-tf .iraoato r. surra. a. TcaxuiT. am SMITn & TURNLEY, Forwarding and Commission MERCHANTS, MEPROOF WAREHOUSE, ( Red '...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 29 June 1866

t. I. JiKXL&TT. t V J. A. 8UAJIT. XEBLETT k ft RANT, C'-'.I.' MWJMICM Tan raoruutto. r. i TKKMt Three Dollar jr jcarVla advance". B. W, THOMAS,. tUl lUtt. I C'larktvllU, Tnn.i raiDAViCN....:...A..,;...u..t91t THE TRIE THEORY. v" In the North Carolina Convention, a proposition was" tuado to' fescind that elauae of the Conttitation which roquires that a man ' shall be worth $7,600, before he can be eligible to the office of Governor; but it was defeated . by a large majority. t Ibis haa called forth indignant comments, from various presses, that 'delight in: harping upon the strings of equal and inalienable rights, and all the ct cetera of political heresies which demagogues have almost elevated to the dignity" of political axioms. In popular ,, governments, u rigbta c-nce conferred are not easily revoked, and therefore, it may be idle to discuss the policy which may have led us so far astray from the true tbcory, Still, no harm can come of the ut terance of an honest conviction,'...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 29 June 1866

4 TMmtMtU: ' JtAtW b AbVinTislSd.On Pbfla? pet ' r t . 'i - r - - ' ' ' -i - ..JC.N'E 29,.lfiC6. ,-Ow' aeeoant of (be Chancer; clerk and 'Sheriff taking poMwiwfon of several columns to oar paper this Vc-tt, much local matter If crowded out.., Read, (heir communications, you may be proGtrd, . ; ,. y, i. , . ...--. - Tnc Uod. 0. Dwano, member of Congress, 'will accept oHf thanks for a pnniphlct con taining Interesting spercbea and fetters on the all-absorbing question of reconstruction. St. John' Day. Tbi day, held -in com memoration of SU ohn tin Baptist, was eelebrsitd by the time-honored Masonic Fra ternity of our cityi. The day occurring oo Hun Jay, Monday wa let apart for the oorai ton, When the different Lodge of the city, with a number of visiting brethren? robed according to .'beir degree, - marched ia pro cession, headed by Porter celebrated strmg band, to (lie Methodist church, where a large audience had already ess'cmbk'd. ,.' ' Rev. A, D. Saaas, an honored member pf the Fr...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 29 June 1866

Deacon A , wbll peailng through his tot th other dwy, stooped down to tie hi, rooe. A pel not, which tbe boys had tamed, among ether things, M taught to regard tb postur M highly offensiv. H instantly pitched Into th old f nllmu' undefended nrar, and laid1 him full length I e mud-hot. Picking himself op. the deacon discovered thl Cftut of hl ovsrthrowrtnnd--ittfc In all the calmn and dignity of eon rcioot victor. Hit ruga was boundless, and be diluted him with the nrftlc language Yon M mmI I" Yon d d old ineoall' At that moment be caught a gllmp of the Wnlgn fee ef the " minister," peering through the fence, aad Instantly added "If 1 ma he allowed the expression." i Tbi Darn. Eiobt." A prosy lay-mcm. ber of the church toee in the meeting and Mid: My friends, tbe devil and I hava been fighting for more than twenty minute. He told me not to apeak to-night, bat I deter mine I would. He said tome of the reat rould apeak better than I, butitill I felt that 1 could not keep client. Be are...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 6 July 1866

fllU MOTTO ,F; WEKf ! a v 1 4 VOLUME 1. Old Series, vol. 15. CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAYJULY 6, 1866. Old, Series, No. 10. NU3IBER 52. AjTU J J. ' JJL JLL VuJLL-AX,P0 V II U J U J u A WATCHES AND J EWE Lit Y! AT COOKE'S ! Sold fit ZTew York Pricei. ; At th 014 StaodPoblto. Bqtiary .'''. Dee. 15, ewy 'cUrkiYllle, Tenn. P.;;H. JONES, "4"' INSURANCE, ' - r Real Estate and Collecting Agent ,.t' CLARKSVILLE, TENN. RI.PRESENT8 TUB BEST FIRE, MA rla and Lift Iosulraace Companies la tbi ontry. Wm Boy, Rent, and Sell Doom, Lou, and Farms, and give prompt attention to tbe Collection of all Claims in Aloatgouv ry, Robertson, and Stewart cotia U, Tena, and phriitin county, Xj..:. Jan. 6, '66-1 y O. REXINGER, WHOLESALE GROCER AM M1UI IX ' ' ' t orelf and Domestic Wines, Llqaors Cigars n4 Tobacco. ,, coa. rcauc booabb abo ntAwttttT inn' CLARKSVILLE, TENN. Crrr axd country merchants will find It lo their Interest to. give roe a call, and examine my stock and prices berbr purchasing. BT.Catb paid for...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 6 July 1866

; tn "-r,T-T r 1. rllKlLf.TT. J. A. GHAUT. rru.UHHM axo rmitRircuits. 4 terms: TArec, Dollars per jcar. In advance. a. w. thima,...:....:..L. .EDITOR. Clarh.sTllle Tean. r FRIDAY," J0LY......i...... :0, MM, IS ION NATIONAL CONVENTION. -' A tall for inch a meeting ios been made by prominent Conservatives in Washington, llhdtbe 14th of reit vnlb I the day fixed fur it assembling. ,Ith to b composed of 'two delegates from mcu Ooagroasional Dis trict of all Mie States, two from eh Terri tory, two from the District of Colombia, And lour delegates at larga from each.",,. The delegate are expected to aupport the Ad luioistrarien, and will be "aaked to agree to the following:" . ". .. , ; . Pint. That the Union is perpetual: and indiwoluhle. ,'. . , -i Second. That equality of States "an Ibc right to representation are totenmly guar, antccd. Tbird.' Tbal there- is right of secession rr exclusion. ' . v "3 .v ' " . Fourth, That.flavery it abolished forever. Fifth. Tbal each Stale lut to pres...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 6 July 1866

t" J. 8. Nt!pLKTT, , . vju. J J. A. GRANT,!, ' Rates or AavnaTuuto-One Dollar pr quart of in List. t. f.- f . C1ARK8?HXE,-...'.........JULY a, 1868 CL08B OF FIRST TOLl'ME. : ,. ( ' - . With tb present number will end tbe lit Tolum of the CakonicLB, the mw eerlee, lince our resumption the 14tn of July, 1865. Soon after we commenced publication again, tb different branches of trad were sevlved, 'and all,' ia ewery department, exhibited disposition to lot (he public know what they wet doing, by a liberal syttem of adverti-eiax-nore liberal and txtAtjfa than we bar aver enjoyed tine our connection with a newspaper la tble city. By thla means, mack of the trade that the war had driven to other points Wat k!u1, and at the same time enabled us to keep our paper going, as our limited Circulation, then, . wtnld have fulled to supporf us. ' ..,,,',..'..;. It is true the "dull season is upon us," but wi are led to believe that with the opening of the fall trade, our liberal and energetic busin...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 6 July 1866

"Capital perjlabaeat,' u th boy Mid wtin, t h tiAoutolauwa reid alaa wttk tha gtrie. A yoanf widow who adit paper la a Bttcbofing Itautt My r " W do aot look mwI1 m asnal toyaa atceaat of the on-uritl of tit feel? r. t.',j At wo tw ar Of," Mid witty brsto to hlf wife, wboa X bout you, 1 beat half of mrMH," "Wall" Mid, the wlttlr wlfr, "but yonr ewa half sol mint." A lady My tb rtasoo why toll into but toceeed to matrimony it bacon all teneihl woawa fit tot Hy-mta. "Von ry littto boyt ood fir)," Mid e teacbr, "1 woo job to bo ry still to till tbM too ea beer pin drop." For lout oil wm itill, tnd o little boy shtlked, " let bsr drop r' i John ft. Otmth eayt: Corktcrtwo dot took Bioro people then cork-Jecktt will vr MV. " !o tho peat, two months. 21 person bv died la Now York from starvation, 10 have ronimiUd laida, and 27 diod bom drunk . BS. A chemical joker the alkalizee: "8omo people oiy ralaratM will not hwm tbo stoo- Mb. It to o ley." What toft of figure doto Mry rut whoa tbo bea...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 13 July 1866

la jj id 3 "VOLUME 2; ,-.s ' Old Series, yoL r. ! CLUUDSraLR1 TEM., FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1866. '.Old Series, -No. 11 NUMBER!. r i 1 v. " J f .1 rl,''llM","M,?w,-MM"' . . ' 11 1 ggg "ii I I i i l l i II -.-BBUUUP-'MaSUBBaaBBaga "" 1 ' '' "" " " 1 " TTm 11 i -i -r - ... i .-r ; .'. , , . , , mssass!7Tn "WATCHES and J E WTS Ii lfc Y ! COOKE'S ! Sold at flow York : Prioei. , ia Uj 014 !hniPbll Sqoarj), r ;DM.'lnM'i'CIu'kTm rein. O. 'H. JOKES, - IrtSTTttAWflP. f.-. luitl Batata and Collecting Agent . ,1M GUKESTItLB, TENN. , EKPRESENTS THE BEST FIRE, MA. Mm and Life Intulranc Companies In Thhl eountry. Will Buy-, Rent, and Sail float, Lou, and Farms, and give prompt attention to tba Collection of all Claim in Montgomery, Robertoon, and Stawart oua Ua, Taa, and Christina county, Kj. ... Jan. 6, '60-17 G. BEXINGER, WHOLESALE GROdER AKO DIAltB t Foreign and Domestic Wines Llqnort Clgn tOblOCO. f ; .- oa rvauo squabs akb rraAwtntBT atjt' rCLAEKSVILLE, TENN. hi ITT AKD COUNTRT MERCHANTS Wilt And H...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 13 July 1866

tfWiiitlc. X a. bbibtt. "-T- """" A . . uiuni asm, t i wim K tnriurnM. v-(e ;.:r---r " Three Dollar per year, la arHangf, R. W THOOaAS,.. ,i. .. . 17" ta i VRtDAY, JULY..-... .1 8. I III I I I Mi" ja una sal comics iuai jr. m :Vwti t;' 1 i i' . Sine our Jut issa, Mtml Souther State hv8 take Wp toward! Mpiw; tatlou la Mm Philadelphia Convention. TJp- oa a careful rsvlew of th, iubject, nothing present! itaslf to ehang oar act anpression, that th Sooth ought to ftv aeAhiag U do with It.;' Ta fb Convention, rtsdfj we make no objection -ob tb contrary,' wa approv it a e)ca)atod to to muck good, if properly directed, fad we tBenty hep that all the Conservative ol the North will cordially co operate, wilb. the em'nt. ,Yitbut voice ra the natloaal councils, the South eaa to Nothing to farther the ecl ef the Con vention,' fend while walttbj to have the rt- tarf tf ttksn (con our limbs, a dignified si lea hi ma bargasing tha aa iaierforeace whit smack ovr-aiety for political frvor rather tha...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 13 July 1866

J, m a sr a , 4 JUwst ot Pollmr per square of IM tsftM, CLARKSVOLK,. ..MJI.T 1, 18. ' Strum Savmefc-JRtv. ton W. Hastta, D. IH reacw at tht Methodist Chnreb, next Sunday tsornlng,; i&th,,'lnt.,', V iJ o'clock end If ib evening 9 o'clock,. , Tb pubH M reseejetfnlly Invited t attend.' - . 1.1, I !! I ! I III I )' 1. " :Tim itm n farther - decline In fold la New 'tort city, and ' prospect' of lu laWnf "ttiJt more.'. Opened, nt l9,'nnd closed at 14.' k ' ,i . ,, t .1 . 5 x -j , 'tiT New York M th 6th Instant $15,000 of tb new isson Of Ttnne bond told at 71c, and f S.OOV of lb old ism at 3o. '- Scaooi. Set Mrs. J,. E. Miukxi's adver tiseme nt ' She It aa excellent teacher, fully capacitated to Impart instruction to any pu- 1 1 1 1 1. 1 pus piacea uuuev per cuargc,r , . , . y f-t FaoM the character of the war dispatches1 menaUag from Prussia, on might Infer that th antheriHe ' hart employed yankee re potter.' V"-' ': " '' 0Any tenon bating atray Cow, with a, yotnf Ctlf, OM get her, by...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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