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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 October 1858

R. W. THOMAS, EdUtr ' Office, over Wm. II, Brj arly's Store. Cr Al loommanlcallon mimt ba addressed loth Editor. Business letter to the publisher- . ' C7Adrtlsment muni bo banded In early OB Thursday morclngt, r they will be let over. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1858. i -.. . . - - fc Tie lonfr exptoted exposn, from the pco of Col. Fornej, lias been publish ed, but its great length closes our colurni gainst it. Iti proofs of Buchanan's treachery to some of his ablest supporters, and of the corrupt practices of the Ad ministration, in using its patronage as a bribe, and the money of the' treasury to buy support and silence opposition, disclose a startling condition of things one well calculated to alarm all reflecting roe for the safety and perpetuity of the institu tions under which we live. Indeed, a critical examination of that document inevitably carYies the conviction that demo cracy, whether under the lead of Buchanan, or Douglass, or Yancy, or any other officers of divisions, is rotte...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 October 1858

:J0I1N COTJTS; ' jTaoiftoiidblcJiitivturc AND WALL PAPER, . CLAttKS VILLE, TENNESSKK: 1 TT Work do'is to orderj F'nrtilture Repaired, &.c Also, Undertaker and Cuffij-maker. .... Metaiic Ruilal Met. . The ahoe engraving repre.enti a newly Inven led Huilnl Cee. fa-hioiied lo accord willi the f.ellngs f the be wived, and yet rrt'.nin(f all the requisites of u uppropric.te reoeptacle for tho d.-sd. ' Thar la no reason why such a reeepti'le should he made to create, by ll appearance, dis agreeable sensation. Il i-enough that weshoald bo bereaved; and whatever t-nd to so ti n or make less keen the poignancy of on1 grief, ccm-nv-uds it-e'f to our con-lderntioii. 80 much that 1 repulsive has been discittded In the arrangement and vhapA uf the above Cuse, that it name, the Csakel Burial Case, la' an Involuntary suggestion. I. therefore, do nol ln-Mlutc to aver that thiMe hill never bren ill yse any tStne so entirely chaste, appropriate, and witlmf,Convriilenl, as this Inveu tion Resides ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 October 1858

r-V"'- .- . r.- l" v. - VOLUME 9. CLAEKSYILLE, TEM. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1858. DUMBER 49. ; THE OnllONlCLK. . . . l . P (. . rrlntd Weekly deuble-mediaio sheelevery NEBLETT & GRANT, J,itH'tieW and Proptitlort. L,, . ' ' , ! TEHMS Of 1 UK Will, , ' , $2 Per annum, in advance. , . i TERMS OF ADVERTISING. f t IWI QUARE Of tWItfl LIKE OR LR One lner Hon it fi1 I Tw month t4-s0 Two Insert lo 1,50 Three month Bli month' Twelve moutha 5,00 Thro insertion One tnonlli 8,00 3,50 9,00 15,00 (From tho LmUvl'lo Coarler THE MEMPHIS BRANCH RAILROAD Claiucsvillk, Tcnn., Sept 2758. Edilart LouisvilU Courier: In your issue of the 21st inst.; I find two editorials on the subject of the proposed issue of bonda by your city to aid in the construe tion of the Kentucky end of the Memphis, Clarksville and Louisville railroad. The niany errors into which you have fallen aro, doubtless, the result of a want of in formation in regard to the subject of which ou treat a subjeot, tho dry details of which ean ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 October 1858

p iul.s s m nj. iiiniMiii i ZTTZ TTT!TT' R. W. 1I10MA8, Editor i J. 8. NFBI.ETT, p.ui.h. Office, orcr N'mfl, Bryarly's Store. XT Al (communication mml be addressed toth Editor. Baslneal letter to the publisher. ltTAdvrtlement must b bunded In early on .Thursday morning!, or they will be le'l tret. , ' V FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1858." " " JEaTTbe lute elections in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Iowa set the seal of northern condemnation upon tho admins tratinn of James Buchanan. Whatever may be the ultimate result, it is gratify ing to know that patriotism has vitality enough to make a successful struggle against tho tyranny of a President who has boldly attempted to set up his will as paramount to any and every consideration connected with the liberty of tho citizen, and the welfare of the government. That power is constantly gliding from the hands of the many into the grasp of one man, has bocn alarmingly manifested in the rapid centralization consequent upon de mocratic policy, and t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 October 1858

t LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT fc GRAT,Lwf JMifirrt. FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 22 1868. &J- Cftrsnicla OJIcs seer IV.. i. Bryarlf 8tor$ XI Stiwakt Collkoi. We may be per tnitted to express the hope, (hat all of our fellow oounty-men, will cone to the assis- tauco of Stewart College. Aa we publish ed last week, the Synod is working cordi ally in the matter an influential, active, and learned member of that body lias'been placed at the head of the Collego in place of President Stewart, who after laboring gratuitously for years has resigned tho' Htill willing to do all he can for the insti tution. The Board of Trustees is com posed of first class gentlemen and business inon some of whom out of their private purses have for several years paid the debts and expenses of the College. They have done admirablyyet they are willing to lo more. A largo and influential denomi nation takes pride and delight in building up and sustaining this College. With this basis, we can eoufidently anticipate that whateve...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 October 1858

JOHN F. COUTS, ' LSI tn SLX. BIRD1 Qt ,iasl)ionablc-iFnnvturc AND WALL PAPER, CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. ,' t.7 Wo-rk done la order. Fanltore R. paired, A. AIsj, Undertaker ami Coffl rmnker. " ' " Mc.alle Barial Taskct. Tln above engraving repreente newly Inven ted' liiiilul Case, fashioned lo accord with the fueling of the b eared, and yet retaining nil the rrqmsitce of an appropriate recejjtacls for the dead. Theri U no reaaou why audi a receptacle should be made le crests, by Ita appearance, die ngrr ealile sensations. Il i enough that weehonld . bereaved; and whatever tenda to sorlen or make less keen the poignancy of on grief, eom nenda Itself to onr consideration. So much that in ropoloive haa been discarded la the arrangement and eliopaj of Ilia above Caae, that ila name, the Casket Barial Case, la an Involuntary nggeetion. I, therefore, do not hesitate to aver that llicjo hat .l.ever been in lien any thing ao entirely chaate, Appropriate, and wlUiaf, convenient, aetliie Inven 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. — 29 October 1858

II E i i Z5 II M I! r; i it j i 4 , -r VOLUME 9. CLARKSTILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29,' 1858.- - i; ; iNUMBER 0. i ' ' wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i 4 . , . . . 4 . .... t . THE CHRONICLE . Printed Weekly oa a double-medium sheetevery Friday morning, by - ! : NEBLETT & GRANT,' ' ; Puhlithert id Proprtttort; . t'liftMS or TUB PAPlB, ' $2 Per. annum, in advance. -. , .., MTERM3 OF ADVERTISING - FOR ONE tQUAR Of TWELVE LINES OK LT.M On Insertion . ' ft.OD Two monthf ' $4,50 Two tnnertlom 1,50, Tbreo month Six montha Twelve monlln 5,00 ThrtA Innertloug tn month 2,00 2,50 I 9,00 15,00 NANNIE GRAY. BY MAROABET VERK. ' "I'll never speak to you again, Howard Rons, so long as I live never." ' ,, She said it with . a bewitching air of Dger, and such & flash of her brilliant eyes as might kave sent a less susceptible man than myself down on his knees be fore her. "Why-e-e-e, Nannie Gray, you don't mean it. That littlo, chattering tongne of yours couldn't keep still half an hour if it tried.'' '...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 October 1858

tflatbvUU (Chronicle; R. W. THOMAS, EUr '. A. GKANtJI r"W" - ..-.- Office, orer Wm. ft, Br ally's Store. 1 r A I ir.ammtinlcntton mailt be addreed loth r..iltrr. Bu.lneaa letter t th pubilfther. ' (ITAdvertleomehla must be handed In early oa Tli.i'.liy nTorninga. or they will be 11 over. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1858. M'imt Cas Tin Matter Bb? We uped to be regaled, almost every day, with n column or to of very earnest denuncia tion of tftnk, by the Union & American, nnJ wondered if the people could resist aivli oogent reasoning uch logical de ductions. Not only was the theory .of hanking demolished, and its evils demon strated, hut a most lucid and unexception al! a plan suggested for keeping out the circulation of other States. But, not very Inn" ago, a locofoco know-nothing caucus, Authorised by no primary assemblies of the people, met in Nashville and pro mulgated a bull upon the curroncy ques tion, and since that time, dumb Jackconldn't ho more silenton the subject of banks, than...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 October 1858

'1 LOCAL ITEMS. NEB LETT A. GRANT. IW Editor: FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 29 1858. fcT Chronicle OJJit iter W. II. Bryarli' Slort rt Tub Curonicli. One year has passed way since we became the publishers and proprietors of the Chronicle, and during that period we have had cause to congrat ulate ourselves upon a wider cirpulation, 'and an increased job and advertising bus iness. But, whilst acknowledging our ob ligations to those who have favored us with their patronage, it is needless to disguise the fact, that our paper ean not fairly rep resent the importance of the city and cduntj, commercially or otherwise, until the citizens of both enable us, by their liberality and enlightened self-interest, to fit up our office with such material as is indispensable to neatness and dispatch in all the departments of our business. Abroad, the appearance and business col umns of a paper are tho evidences of the importance of the town where, it is issued, and every one interested in the character of Clarlc...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 October 1858

JOHN F. GOUTS, MALri ri ll kirm or iasIjionableJFncniture lter---' 3r-.J AND WALL PAPER, CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. JT Work Hon lo order, Furulture Repaired, &.o. Also, Undertaker and Coffin-maker. Metalic Burial Casket. The above e nersving represents a newly Inven- Ird Burial Case, fashioned to accord wiin ine feelings of the be eaved, and yet retaining all the requisitee of an appropriate receptacle for the dead. There ia no reason why anch a recrpta:le aheuld be made to create, by lie appearand, die egrreable senaatlona. It laenough that weahould be. bereaved; and whatever tends to soften or make less keen the poignancy of ou grief, com menda itself to our eonaiderntlon. So much that it repulsive haa been dieearded In the arrangement and shape of the above Case, that its name, the Cnaket Burial Caae, la an Involuntary suggestion. I, therefore, do not bralmte lo aver that theie haa never been in use sny thing ao entirely chaate, nppropriHte.and withal, convenient, ai thia Inven ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 November 1858

eC-IllJLiLJ?!!3ll VOLUME 9. CLARKSYILLE,TENN.F - 1 . - , , , . - . ! J i i . v ' I V .- ' Yi I V . A ' J ' ' 44.. .t 1 TUB CHRONIC Lis; Printed Weekly on a douLU-meiHuin atieeteTerv Friday morning, by t ." NEBLETT & GRANT, Pullither$ and Projrittort. TERMS OF TJTE PAPER, $2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. VR ON SQUARE of TWEI.VB LINES OR On Insertion $1,01 I Two month Two Insertions Three iuaerilon One mouth 1 ,ro 2,00 2,50 ! Three month Plx months Twelve months .re tt. Mt 5,01' !,' l5,no Front the Sunday Delta. LUTA SOMERS. ly gracious to Erl upon this occasion, and I had noticed the dark, ejes of George Thornton glow with peculiar light when she hurst into a merry laugh or gayly tap ped Erl in mock anger, with her fan. As we were going out, Luta stood a little ,gavo his reluctant consent for ns to awaken ap irt. ' She had treated poor, George. her, , And when sho awoke, sho gazed on shamefully all the evening. He went up .the corpse of her lover with and spoke to ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 November 1858

tfliufavUtc ;!tromrIt ft. w j. s. f. A. THOMAS, i:fr N EBLETT.I GRANT, PubHshtrt. Office, orcr Vm. D, Erjarly's Store. IT Al lenmmunlrmlions mast It addreseVd loth Editor. Business letter to th publisher. 17 Advertisement must be handed in early on Thursday mornings, or they will be let over. PHI DAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1858. L !...'... '. - ,- , THE TLOT THICKENS. We Late,, more ihan once, Btigpcetecl that tbe resolutions of the locofoeo know nothing caucus, upon the subject of the currency, covered a fraud, and that the covert design is to crush all tho other banks and then increase the capital and multiply the branches of the State Bank, and make it a vast political engine to de base and enclave the people. The cry of, bard money 1 is the trick relied upon to defeat the re-charter of the Union and Planters' Banks, and that done, the public interest is to bo the pretext for enlarging the capital of ihc State Bank to 85,000,000, and locating additional branches at points most suitable for...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 November 1858

r LOCAL ITEMS. NEB LETT St GRANT, Lixal Mior. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 5 1658. CT Caronicle Office tner W. H. Bryarly'i Store. x$ , We see all around ns gratifying evidences of the steady growth and im provement of our young city. Business houaea, and private residences are being built in almost every quarter, and they are of the first class. Everything indi cates a rapid and healthy growth of the town, and we need only a little more of publio spirit and enterprise among prop erty holders, aud capitalists. Let those who own vacant property cither Bell part of it, or else build houses on it, for the oore of good working men who want hornet here. B&. We took occasion a few days ago to pay a kind of flying visit to the pvemiscs of our townsman, Mr. Larkio Bradley, and were both gratified and surprised at the extent of the improvements he has made this summer. In the first place he Las built a magnificent new Tobacco Stem- cry on the site of his old one. It is of brick i three stories high...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 November 1858

: JOHN 1: COUTS, Ot.AI.tR IN AIL KlNIi or, irao ! j toitablc $ w ri t ucc mm AND WALL PAPER, C LA H KSVILLU. TEN N ESSE E . fj y" W rk don to ardor, Par lUure Repaired, . AI.i ', CnlaMuker and Colli-i maker. Mefa'ic HhiIuI Ticket. 'I'd- ahove engraving represent a newly inveu (f !'',:i.tl C sc. fashioned to at cord Willi Ihe f. Tit ir of the be caved, nml yet retaining nil the mqii tih'M of hi) appr pruile rec pinole for the ' !. There 1st no reason why such R reeopta le I on. i lit- made to create, by its appearance, din nyr I ,.l)l. M'n-;iii"im, It i-euou;li Ihnt uc should b, 'iprtnvedj mid whatever tends to soil, n or r.i. ,.c less keli the poignancy of oil' grief, com h 'lids It rlf to our con-Irterntinn. So much that i r "1 ils.ve has tven il'sentded in the arrangement fi ii fi i.hnpp nf tin' abovi' I'nse, that its name, lilt' 'i.-i.ct Burial Liiwr", l mii i nvol u iitsiry suggestion. I, the, efuro, do nut lufila'o louver llinl Hide bus in' or been in use uny thin? so entirely ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 November 1858

CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12,-1858. VJ-I ft, 4 ..?') t;: OLUME 9. 'J r--i v.: TfllE CHRONICLE :. . .. . . 1 r Printed Weekly On double-medium aheetef ery Friday morning, by - t'. NEBLETT &, GRANT ' ! Publi$her$ . and Proprietor. TERMS OF TH TAPER, $2 Per annum, in advance. -. : .TERM9 OF ADVERTISING. - ll' One Insertion "' tl.11 Two mouth .,, , $4.50 Two insertion 1,50 i Three month 5,W) Three Inwrtlone 3,00 Six month 9,nf) - One month 1 2,50 Twelve month 15,00 From the Gleason' Pictorial THEDOUBLK MAKRIAGK.- BY MR. M. E. ROB1NBON.. A TASHIONARLY dressed young man, who rejoiced in the title . of Napoleon Bonaparte Fituroy, was seated in one of;0f our first class, hotels. Upon a small tablep I know I'm not appreciated as I should besidehim, lay a curious medley of articles, J 1j0) but I'll bo magnanimous, and bear it among which . wore newspapers, cigars, like a hero. Genius is sure to triumph. w"iite kids, toijet apparatus, opera' glasses, you qU-lto forget, in regard...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 November 1858

(tlatfevillc (Chronicle. R. W. THOMAS, EMr, ; ... J. 8. NFBLETT.I Jv A. CCA NT, J , PiilKsW?. OSIce.oTer Vim, D Brjarlj's Store. (CT'AI leommuntcation must be ddr-.ed tothe Editor. Business lotto r to the publishers. CTAdvrliemeM mnst bo handed In tarty on Thursday mornings, or they will b let over. I L. .... I . . 1 . "', . era. .' FUTDAyT NOVEMBER 1?, 1858. i - - . . - - a3 DougloHs, it secros has curried Illl noi. ' Not a Buchanan democrat Traa elefl td to Congrea-, and th vote for tl Ad luloirtration reaches the enormous figure of 2,500. Well, what then 1 What is to be the result 1 If returned to the Sonate, Douglass will be In a position to dictate terms to the democracy, and nothing will patisfy him but the nomination for the Presidency, by the Charleston Contention, an J if that bo denied him, he will, in our opinion, be a third candidate. His whole course, during the past year, seems to liaro beon shaped by the design l force him self upou the democracy, and be will suc ceed...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 November 1858

? yi3t LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT & GRANT. Local Editor. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1858. tT Chronicle OJict iter W. H. Dryarly' Slarf.xi igu Ilcreaftcr all obituaries and trib to of respect, over twelve linen, will be charged for.T9J ST With this number, we complete the ninth volume of onr paper, and wa think tt a fitting occasion for indulging in a few remark! npon that' event We think, we may safely claim, that we Lave done onr part towards onr patrons. We have labor ed bard, and under many disadvantages, jet we have, we believe, furnished as good a paper, at eould be expected under the circumstances, and are glad that a contin ued increase of patronage bears us out in this belief? With the limited means at the command of a weekly print, in a small place, such a paper cannot be furnished as many eccm to think should be. The expenses of the establishment are heavier than such people think, and the mall earnings of such an offioe are fre quently greatly diminished by non-paying ouatomors. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 November 1858

MS 0 JOHN P. 'GOUTS, ( ' '" nruLt tin Alt hind of , i: . . Jfaohionablcininiturc AND WALL PAPER, clarksville", Tennessee. " II T Work Hon to orjor, Furniture Repaired, So!. Alio, Undertaker and Coffin-maker. Hc.allc Enrial raskct. The above engra ing repreenla a ncwtyi nven ted Btlilal Ceso. fashioned lo accord Willi the feollng of the be csVed, and yet retaining all the requisites bf an appropriate recepiucie rar.nu dd. Ther- Im no reason why audi a rreptn:le should be mud, lo create by Its appearance, dis agreeable sensatluiis. ll l enough that e should be bereaved i and whatever tends to so'ten or milk less keen the poignancy of ou grief, com mends llneif to our con-hlerutioit. So much that Ii repulsive has been discarded In the arrangement and shape of the above Case, 'that its name, the Casket iiiiriol Case, is nn tuvuluiilnry suggestion. I, therefore, do not hesitate to aver that theje has never been ill use any thine 80 entirely chasle, appropriate, und wlthil,convnletil,as 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. — 19 November 1858

" nnr; :;iA:: nr TrT- rNir irir im. . -nr .'-it"' C .1 :; " 5 . 1-i , ... ' ; ' - . - - . ' , " . - - - .!i f ' . i - . - ' - ,' - ' . .. , , - i i mm mi - - g a VOLUME 10. . i ggM . - Xi.-J- THE CIIRQNlOm. Printed Weekly en double-medium eheelevery : Friday morning, by (",--' NEBLETT & GRANT, rullithtrt.ani Ptofrittort. 'terms or TBI FAFia, ; J -,i : 02 Per annum, in advance. TERM3 OF ADVERTISING. . 1CB OWS aQUASS Of TWIHI tlNKa OH LT.9 1 One Insertion II.OIITwombiith ' ' tfw Two Insertions 1,50 I Three months ' 5,00 Threo Insertion '" ' 2,00 Pli month "' ' 9,l0 One month . 2,50 I Twelve monthi 15,00 ( " from an Exchange. Htw Sally Hooter Cot Snake-Bit. " " ' ; 1 A TAZOo' SKETCH. ' . ' t Oca old acquaintance, Mike Ilooter, 'TOade another visit to town last Week, and Wing, as ha supposed, beyond the hearing of his brethren in the church, (for be it remembered, that Mike is of pious inclin-1 ' Jng, and a ruling elder in the denomina i tion of' Methodists), oonoluded that he ouldg...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 November 1858

. . . ........ j R.'w. inOMAi Editor ; 'J.S.N KBI.ETT.I I ,,.w.yiert. J. A. GRANT, J rW.rtert. Office, over. Wm II, Brjaitys Store. .( lenmmaiitcnllon mnsl be addressed tvthe , Editor. Business letter to the publisher. TTAdverMsemeM must be rmnded In early oa Thursiliy rnoruin;-. or they will be lert over. M""1";1! ' . "... -'.-j ;;. , , ptiWHWWAL -IE. j " FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, lf58.: ' A Wanlnnpton letter writer aavi, with tho confidence of one who know, that tho Kic'iuion.t Krnith and the Wash Jneton Sfate$ are to be fimcd into otic, and ' made a DonglaFS Orpnn, in the lntter city. ' If true, this j an additional fact in proof - of onr oft-repcatod declaration, that not a jingle oonceasion has been made to the ' anti-elnvcry fanaticiem of tho North cx , ccpt rty the loenfoco party of the South, and that every such concession has been . made fur tho sake of tho federal spoils. When Ponj.'1ns, proclaimed that the pcrplo of a Territory hate tho power to exclude Livery therefrom, by un...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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