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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 17 August 1866

I sncurrs sales, e. SherleTs Sale f teal Estate, "DT virtu of a venditioni exponas, to in XI directed, from the tivcait euurt clerk of Montgomery county, Jntitra, la Bitot ef Hew it, Norton ft Co, v. L. Bradley end James Clark, I will nil to th biest bidder, for cash, on Monday, 3d day of September, 1 8C, several tracts or parcel of land and tbt dwelling house and tobacco ttemmerv of Larkin Bradley and James Clark, levied no on aa the property of mrd Clark ft nmdley, he attachment by O N Blarkmtn, Deputy Sheriff, and Barry Lyle, Sheriff, to-wit: . Cam to band tha day issued, 18th July, 1 Ma, at ten o'clock, a. m no property bond, levied at tb umi hoar upon the right, title, rbia and Interest A the defendant, James Clark, on tha following lands, situated in Montgomery coonty, Tenneasoe. On Intel known aa the Glenn form, botibded aa followi: On the north by the knits of 0 D Mimms and Oatbney Handle; oo the weet by tbe lands of W C Dawson; on the south by tie lauds of John Snorden; on ...

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. — 24 August 1866

.... tTWltl SIT Iff-v? ireier s-sbi.-w i-'Um ai ,' ' vie ,.?! wv. idj'k mbu i,t. a i li . n j : i tAorm 1 i ew nv n'i' K'."i K?t'i r - a 1-. r r. VJ I 1 1 t I 1 I I 1 VI !T'lJrTl,i'll-VI rt'f II I. .II II ll 11,1 W I V I I V .II x. i iu u r lj vj -v x i w w s t w. -rf tiM ill iliirJ . i d.niJvi. .ik ti iA'.i:,.i ai i wn jmho a i ,.. a .i - - " ,: - ?i V'.l b VjOtUJIE i. W&T.CH-ES 1 i M i Si I 00 no. t ft. i Ai- e. I; EffE'Ii RY ! J I u-: 1 , '"J ( m i i .W I t o tt cs r .: r fj J i . t . i . J 1 M ? l a ' ;eold;M New York; Prices. ' AttnOW8un4--Fublic Square,' ''" td. II, 'flo-ly ( CUrktrtlle, Tenn, INSURANCE, I 1 1 -) J leal Eatate ani Collecting Agent ., '-i l C'i I I m i ' . ' i -CLARK8TlUE,TEN5..' ! .'"riEPRESENTS THE BE8T FIRE, MA Xv rlne aal Lift Inmlmce CompitnieB in thl countrjr. Will Bay, Rent, tod Sell . Hone, LoU, and Farms, and fvt prompt ' atteoUun W the Collection of all Cluirai in Montgomery, Robertoon, and Stewart coun ties, Tenn., and Cbriatian count, Ky. i ; j,...

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. — 24 August 1866

I.. A A. nun. .., IEI1ITT A 6RAKT, - rsusasns anb riomtrom. TEtMSt Atm Dollars r reir, ttt kAratcex U. W. THOMAS,....-.... EDITOR. t'tmrstsvllle, Tm. t FRIDAY, ACGUST............ tt, 18C8. pmLADELrniA CONVENTION. ' Theattention of the reader U in 'itedi tbs "declaration of prlnol pica" pit forth by ths National Uni on Convention-.' an J which . hut b found on our first page. Tha weight of talent congregated on the oooaaion, the large experience derived from a revolution which full tested the strength of oar institutions, and the unanimity that characterised the de likerationa of that body, combined to inspire the liveliest hope that remedies were about to be found for everj ill that afiicts the body politie ' How far this hope will be realized, must depend more upon the after-labor to be performed and upon the patriotio impulses of the northern masses than upon the wisdom of thou lately in council. With every inclination to be satisfied with the labors of the Convention, honesty com...

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. — 24 August 1866

V nJ 8. N KB LETT, "l r. - Jf A. GRANT,' j" ' ' ' Rafte at AftfMTWMkxOa Dollar ate eqaare of tew tnrsa, v i. j'.:-' - i ' ciJLbcstilli,.; ACODST 24, lt. -. f Rlim W1ITM. ! A good Compositor aad Pwrnu tntiri - at tble otEee. Good Waget a4 permanent tuplemeat. ;;' '';;. V ' - - Fomtfc A baaek of Iyi,'"wbleB the ' , props? owner am get by proving and paying charget. , Call at thlt office, .'-..it'' '.., Xaa Past lb AcABVT-DtriDc beard ' Mick T tbt freaaratlo making for the re ' opening of or qrfeadbT Female Academy, o nh m grand as arer, wo mads visit o tbe pW, and luckily fcaad ths Indefktl- - table Preside. West on tbe grounds, seper '' loteodlng tad fuWInf tba manifold works of testorsUoa. Aad vt are proud to any , that: thte etarprtee le evidently la able, - kOIM aad Mrtd Bands, no grounds ia front of tha edifice' have bom relieved of . hose tkaolfal deeoratloaa of flowor plan, Arabs, crwalar talllagt and tho like, which ' Instead of adding anything ' M tht general beauty of tho ti...

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. — 24 August 1866

i '7,Tb fblTewlng It an - .ettiwet f a letter ' frbra New. Verfc, tmblkbetV Id tilt Hnltimor Episcopal Merhedist, of the etb liitmt , We do Baow Im mIi trnlK there Ik ' In this IndrfcatV fct met within Cti knowl edge of man friwuw a least make the statement possible If not ptaosibla.. We hate beard vea of plana,, m Tsell 1 Jrwelry, which found their way forth during the fir, and under circomeuuio which I w 1 . think will warraat a effort at resiitatle ... A Bontbera lady on visit te tbia city, went k i worship la ana of the p town ahorcbe. .f" eeat a .elegantly attired New York . fedyvaof high' facial. Mending, -entered the . xeme pew and remained dosing the service ; after t which tha Boatbeni lad called her add into (be vestry-room, and la the pres ence of the rector, with whom he was well, acquainted, thus addreaaad tier? -1 "Madam 1 do aot wish to offend you,-" hut that sbawl - - too are wearing belong to ma." (The ihawl : ' wss a super one.) The ' New-1 Yorker pro t teated, and...

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. — 31 August 1866

VT 1 I I . v II x i i . m r 1111 I II II A'tr i.ntin a '.mi 4MB, u-x . i ? OLD SEEIES; V0L;vi5 : clAbksville; iot.X 'AUGUST. 311866.' "ii if itni cm 'v . h m-OLD, SERIES, NO l$4t.t Wl n.'..J -,, ? , ( n- 9 ..! -NUMBER U. HI 1 -J ! -, - . ,.t r . II III fB kJ I II 1 " Ball I -V 1 I " I I f ' ' .TT.. " .. '..r . ........ - .........anrifc, .s, :"" , - & !',. . : Oi .;. 1. i w " " lrtwMeMiaBBaMtiBiMMg n m iii j3eMMgg(aig- in 'jaiRmm' ' ViiTCHES 0 '! n1 t, :4 Ik B Ii RY to a ft w e,' f -AT ' I ? OOOXC'OZ:-; t.l S t i . n . f 1 i J ! C;If ki IT "totk Pricoi. u At tfc CU 8umdP(ibUii Sqova, f Cm. if, s-iyt aukiTllle, Tea. till &ti m OoUecting Aent it ; '?( ' r 4; J n W.A.1KSVILLIC, tSlVSTs ji i & i j it l in ii -ff f I i ? BKPRBSXimf THB BEST FI&R, MA 1 tiM m4 Liftlamtnuuw Cowpunlo in Utl ootr-. WIU Buy,- Boot, mi4 SU Hwnm Lou, ad rhni, nd girt prompt wftwrtioS' W tb CoIInetlcm of an Olalmi (a XoBtfeHSfrj', Robwtm, and 6uut mn VM, f nn 4 ChrbUM coooly, R. i j ra il i IRilOt...

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. — 31 August 1866

i j. . sttLsrr. t. a. eatsr. s- '" EBLETT ft 8KAST.,"- PrtMWRRflSI) fSOrRlSTOBS. TFR8t Three"Boitara per yrar, ja'adTancr. R. W. THOMAS.......:.. . .EDITOR. Clak-kavllle, Tenn.i ' ntnAT, AtGusT;:.:.'.......:...:.8i, m . IMMIGRATION.' We have received uninteresting private letter from a nortlien gentle man, partly tn the subject of north era immigration, to the South, and, from it, we take the liberty of malt iag the following extract: , ,, , ' I gatvered from the tone of your paper (at well as oV others) that very heavy emigra tion from tS North is not desirable. In Ibii I think yon art pretty nearly right; yet yoi bave some ls Warm and cntMtent friends in tbe North, at any of the gallon! followers of l-ee, Longstrcet, or Jackson. Hut yon ought to know who they are before yon admit them to full fellowship. They are not the War Democrats ; bat those who, from first to lt, denied the right or coercion. For this doct rine, sod tbe courage to assert it, in the race of bribed bayonet, to...

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. — 31 August 1866

j. s. kebltt,V J.' A. 'GRANT,: . etl. Editor: Ram 'or AoTtRtigrxo: One Dolfar per Mtirt of rtn cum. .v " ' . clarksvillb,;.,;:auqust 31,' is.66. Inirnl nnd Dfpartnre of the .lalhv' ; Looisvllla and Eastern, mall.dally, J,16r.i. Nashville ., . Memphis and Southern " " 3.30 Dover nail Mondays and Thursdays S - " Charlotte mail, Saturdays - 6 .,' Hopkinsvllle, Mondays, Wsdaesdays a . and Fridays, 1.,.', - tr . -.. - tSARTDt. - i .''-: j : '.- Louisville mnd'Eastern malt, dally, 3.35 1, u. Nashville' " -35 Memphis and Southern 1 ' J.20 - -I)orr mall, Tuesdays and Fridays 0 . ' i. u. TiarlotUi mall, Friday, T nopklnsvitle, Tuesdays, Thursdays '' ' and Saturdays, " ' ' r. k. r Lmu Lwt DisooRTiNDiD. By a late oectraent of the Post Office Department, the advertising of unclaimed letters lu News papers, is allowed only to offices of the ''First Class," after the 1st of September. Conse quently Oar Issue to-day contains the "Let ter List" for the lost time.' Hereafter man qaeript lilt wilf be...

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. — 31 August 1866

t t :t ;- v n v..f nm DATS' FAIR CURXsVlLLE,TTEnKESSXL OCTOBEK, 1806. rn MWgotnery County Agricultural u4 Mohiel AsaocialW f HI hold Fair nVbgraaa d. mm ClerkavUla, Tea. news, am Vaeaaay, Wnssaay, Thursday, Friday and rtatavday, October 16, 17, 18, lleodOT, ISrX, Over $iooo la premiums wilt be tend. A grand Tournament of Kaiabt srita, a ll&O Lady' Oold Watch, to be pnaenitd t id yueeo or lt ana Beauty. A $7ft Saddle, Bridle and whip, for the beet Lad rider. Potters and pamphlet la preparation. Train oa lb Memphis, Clarksville and Loo NrvtUa Railroad, connecting with the Lonto UI and Nasvilla, Edgefield and Kentucky, and Memphis and Obi Railroad, will afford easy acoeat from all quarter. O. H. WARFIELD, Pm'L T. W. Kin, See'y. inly 20, 1866-td. Express copy. has w. macit. a. a. muvia. Lata ofMaocy A Hamiltoa. A. a. BBOWH. CICEY, DRIVER & BROWN, 5a. 21 West Side Public Square, MrOttTIM aSB DBALBM IN HARDWARE, RUBBER KITING, , COM nosH, ' BTtAJI PACKING, : , HUTPPACKISO, CIRCTJL...

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. — 7 September 1866

EIJLY ROMCli VOLUME 2. OLD SERIES, VOL. 15. CLAMSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1866. OLD SERIES, NO, 17, NUMBER 9 CLARIS YI LLE WE CM WATCHES AND J EWE LRY! AT COOKE'S! Bold at New York Prices. At the Old Bund Public Square, 4 Dee. IB, '6-ly Clarksvllle, Tena. C. II. JOISTES, INSURANCE, Real Estate and Collecting Agent . CLARKSVILLE, TENN. . REPRESENTS TUP BEST FIRE, MA rice and Life Insulrance Companies in litis country. Will Buy, Rent, and Sell iHoaxs, Lou, and Farms, and give prompt Mention to the' Collection of all Claims in Montgomery, Robertson, and Stewart coun ties, Tnn.,and Christian county, Ky. , Jan. 6, 'Cfl-ly G. REXINGER, WHOLESALE GROCER AND DEALER IN Foreign and Domestic Wines, liquors Cigars and Tobacco. bo. PUBLIC SQUARE AND rTRAWBERRY ACllYl . , CLARKSVILLE, TENN. CITY AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS will find it to their interest to Rive me a call, snd examine my stock and prices before purchasing. CiCash paid for all kinds of country produce. Feb. 23, '66-tf , 1. BACO...

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. — 7 September 1866

ii J S. KKSI.ETT. ,J. 4. ORAKT. SEBLKIT Si CRIST, " rCILWIIIEHt Al rSOrBIXTOSS. TERMS f Unec DoUffM per rear, In advance. K. W. THOMAS, EDITOR. ClarkavIHe, Tcnn. t KKW)AT, SEPTEMBER .7r TBGC. A SLIGHT MISTAKE. Brownlow, Gcrritt Smith and many tV.ers of tlio same kidney, arc trying to frighten the people into the sup port of the Itadicftl party, by assert ing that it is the purpose of the Northern democrats and Southern relicts, to inaugurate another war.' tVo have seen nothing from a demo cratio or rebel eonrce to justify any Mich inference, whilst evidence abundant that the Radicals propose to mnintain their ascendancy by force. should peaceful means fail to secure the same end. The mistake, however, consists in supposing that the peo pie of the South contemplate a war for any purpose for or against any p:irty. Disarmed and disfranchised we are quiet spectators of passing events, awaiting results, at the North with faint hopes of a better day, but prepared for every fate." This is ...

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. — 7 September 1866

J. 8. N2BLKTT, , , r..( Hat or ADvsnTistso. One Dollar Square of Tt! MMH. per CLARKSVILLE SEPTEMBER f, I860. Arrival and Departure of the Mail. f ARRIVALS. Louisville and Eastern mail, dally, 2,15r.K Nashville " " " " Memphis and 8onthern " " 3.30 " Dover mail Mondays end Thursdays 5 " Charlotte mall, Saturdays 8 " riopklnsvllle, Mondayi, Wednesdays and Fridays, 1 " . , DST-ASTCRM. Lonisvllle and Eastern mail, dully, 3.35 p. m. Nashville " " 3.38 Memphis and Southern " 2.20 11 Dover mail, Tuesdays and Fridays 6 a. m. Charlotte mail, Fridays, 7 " Ilopkinsvilla, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 2 p. u. The Meat and Bread Question. It is a matter of curious speculation with the uninitiated, why publishers of newspa pers, as ft class, are so lean in purse, if not in person. Without going into an exhaustive discussion of the reasons why, we need only refer, in our own particular case, to oue of many facts, and that is the long and large arrears, upon our books, for advertisements of sa...

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. — 7 September 1866

Origin Qt the Fames 6f the States. 1. Mo in u so called tarly as 16.18, fnm Maine in France, of which Henrietta Maria, Queen of England U at tht time I inpritiur. 3. New Hampshirt u lbs namt given Ji tbt territory conveyed by tbe Plymouth t 'oropany to Captain Jobn Matoir, by patent November 7, 1629, 'vitb reference to tbe pa- ntee, who wat governor bf Portsmouth, in I'.impebire, England. 3. Vermont wu to railed by tbt InhabU i.uiU in their Declaration of Independence, Jun. 16, 1777, from tbt French verf, green, nd mont, mountain. 4. Massachusetts derived ita name from trihtof Indians in tbt neighborhood of Bog tun. Tbt tribe is thought to have derived iit name from the Bine Hilla of Milton. ''I have learned," says ltoger Williams, that the Massachusetts was so called from the blue H II. 5. Rhode Island was so rallia in 1644, in reference to the Island of Rhodes, in the Mediterranean. 6. Connecticut was to called from tbe Indian nam of its principal river. t. New York (originally ca...

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. — 14 September 1866

I ..,.. , '"vn-".-" n-v ir 7" v-nj tr t n n - -n- r n f - imim -i Jlli.lLUIJLI 1 mm .Volume 2. OLD SERIES, VOL. 15. CLARKSyiLLE, TENN;, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1366. OLD SERIES, NO. 18. NUMBER lGV Y V J BATCHES U. A'Nt) J: EWE LR .Y! AT COOKE'S! t Sold at New York Prices. . ! At tha Old Stand Public Square, ' . i . ' i - Dec. li, 'cs-iy . ' llarksvllle, Toon. . MONROE & WHARTON, Storage, Forwarding, . , ...... , j AND .COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ' I i,.' Warehouaiu.; ; NO. 126 COURT STM5ET, 'n3iiiii8,;TKiviv. Liberal advance mado on. Consign- Heati I i-fl 1 I f i Augcst 17, t36-3ia INSURANCE, T - Real Estate and Collecting Agent . ! .. 1, . JdLARiisvnxfe, tP.nn. I "b CTRESKNTS THE BEST FIHE, MA XV rlns and Life Insulrnnre Ontnpntiies iti this country. Will Buy, Kent, and Hull .House, Lota, and Farms, and (rive prompt attention to the Collection of all Claims in Montgomery, Rubertaon, and Stewart ewiu tiea, Tenn., and Christian county, Ky. - Jan. 5, 'UO-ljr. i ) . -. . i '.' L ' o. REXI...

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. — 14 September 1866

tyt Cjjromclc. . a. Lr.-- ..... . - i. a.uba.. XKBLF.TT Jt tlR.irtT, rtBLIMIXIS ANII rKOl-KIITUHfl. Three Dollars per year, In advance. R. W. THORAS,, ...EDITOR. Lark.vllle, Tcnu. t mil AT, SEPTEMBER.., "I1".. .SSSSSSSSSf. ...14, 1MB. Tns Peekipest's Toor. Should an other good result from tlio l'rcsi- ():at'i tour, il has revealed to bim the character and spirit of the people w itli whom he has to contend. The repeated insults they have heaped upon him betray a garage malignity Inwards himself and the South, that mils for the most determined aad prompt action on his part. Already the revolutionary leaders haro ad monished him that impeachment may l resorted to as the means of get ting rid of him ; and some go so far a to say that it is expedient to abol ich the office of President, bccuso it is an expense to the country and a rheck upon the proposed absolute power of Congress. To avert ono or both of these measures, decisivo steps should be taken. Tho overthrow of the present form o...

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. — 14 September 1866

,1 1 J. a NfCBLKTT, 1 , , - a. grant, ;r""" Ratm o Advtiiio. One Dollur per quart of tm linm. CLARI9TILLE.. ..SEPT. 14, 1868. THE ORPHAN ASYLUM. .. , few MOple could bav anticipated I art fall, wh the first meeting of Society took place, that by thtt time the largest mansion in the count would be purchased, and the first payment made, with large funds left on band for the current expense. When we fooiidef the Impoverished condition of tbe country, Ut suspension of tbe productive labor and tbe bard struggle for tbe comforts and CTrn necessities of life which the weal thiest are engaged In, this success seems to imply evn inure than the fulfillment of tbe christian law of lore. Men must lore the orphans better than themselves to make such munificent provision for them uuder so frrrat a depression of their resource. At the sum time we must guard against thinking (hat because so much has been done all Is dona ; heavy payments still remain to bur den the future of the Institution, and th...

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. — 14 September 1866

VS..' ( I Fmhi the Vclsopolitnu Record. MTOta IT Vf WKEFILLY." The beautiful linr entitled "TheCon x ,atcd ttanntr," have been fxctalrety eopttd I'T tk Southern press, and are now classed among the favorite poems of shut section.. The following reply, written iu England, tomes to ui from a friend In Virginia, who ' says It was lent by thtauthorloa gentleman in that State, and that It but not yet npared in print: A reply to tbt linei entitled " The Conquered Bauner." ir 111 BSNSY iioraiiTo;, BABT. reliant nation, foiled by number, fay not that your boiiea are (ltd ; keep that glorioua flag which (lumbers, lnt day to avenge your dead. Keep it, widowed, silent Mothers, 1 keva.it sisters, mourning brothers, furl it with an Iron will; Knrl it now, but keep it (till j , 'Hi ink not thitt your work.i done. , Keep It till your children take it, 'act again to bail and make it All their lireibave bled and fought for, Hied and (ought fur all nlone. All alone I aye shsme ihh itory, , Millions h...

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. — 21 September 1866

i.-.fc--.','-t'Vt--.-n -fr-K --j-n (MB IF TT T TTi SLY GB ,M02rlIIT IV1 -J 1!l OLD SERIES, VOL. 15. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1866. ., OLD SERIES, NO. 19, ..-,.. F. . i - NUMBER 11. WATCHES WO .AND fcl iHOalaK J EWE LB Y! AT COOKE'S ! ... t .1 T ' ' ' ' ' Sold at Now York Prices. At th Old Stand Public Bjure, Dm. 19, ts-ij, ClarkiTllle, Tenn. MONROE & WHARTON, StoWtgei " Forwarding, commission merchants, "Warelioito NO. 12 COURT STREET, .MEMPHIS, TENN. gJT Liberal advances made on Cooslgu- tntnt, '"' N ' .;' August 17, 18 86-3 m . I- O, H. JON'ES, INSURANCE, Real Estate and Collecting Agent CLARKSVILLE, TENN. REPRESENTS THE BEST FIRE, MA rine ami Life Insnlraace Companies In this country. Will Buy, Bent, and Sell Houses, Lots, and Farms, and give prompt attention to the Collection of all Claims in Montgomery, Roltertson, and Stewart coun ties, Tenn., and Christian county, Ky. Jan. 5, '66-ly Or REXINGER, WHOLESALE GROCER AND DRALER l!l Foreign nd Domestic Wines, L...

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. — 21 September 1866

i. . rkrlktt; j. a. biiakt. rrtUKHRM AND rRO. TOR, TERMS! tnrer Bonnri per ' jear" irt aatandc: R; W. THOMAS,... ED1TQR. f , , Clarkivllle, Tenn. : h - , i i! .'. " I. ' NUDitr, SEPTEMBER..'....;.;!. .In, 1809. ,i f A3iOH,B0WtX)tVr l,a(, issued proclamation ngijrlng cloctlons lo ill tcgisnUirvaK Va4aciee in lomi of the counties! Petka.s tins' is intend ti Bg a feeler jed out how (lie tew' ftaicklse' law V lilety, to, work. SL)iid tbfuiUriTetl( is expectations, we preanmo he "will "carry ! out Lis treat," to, call , upon Northern Gov ettvors to faMsisb.' fifteen thoasattd standi of arms to put into, the hands of his militia,; that, through ' their agency, the present despotism , way be perpetuated. W do not suppose that any one will be frightened by sack tkreaU, and th Parson might as well andersUod, Crat o last, that if tker bo not conservative voters enough to defeat lis cli.iuo, tho peo ple will take things into- their own hands, and reform the Government peaceably, if they can, b...

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. — 21 September 1866

iros J. a,. oca't Khtort. ' ft4nf JAonaTtsisoOne DfcllM per - r i i i . .Tsjutsats. Honer Book ( of; Tennessee, id tasne, it comtnandlns, from S6 to 88 cts. Planters' Ban! Wtrti" -TJnlost Bank 70 cinU.y her pants frota 25 cents to pf.T! 'SrsltTlttv--A , special , terra of ttie Chancery f ouri will onveno here on afon- ll;(nli-'4 i -i!'j tjJji r, f. ,J " i I 'I .1.1 CoKMMKCi. The Teootwe .Conference if the Methodist Church, will- b held, in TTantsville, Ahtbairm, commencing 'on the ..' .1- " RsotsTiaso Yotem. Tbere : are ftt (he present tint 237; voters, registered in this ewrnty, anderibo hat Franchise Uw. Tht feooVs will b open,' for 'one day ontaon Monday, the first dsy of October..' We. are in bopea thai every man who U entitled to register will remember tbe day, and go for ward hnd eat lib certificate. ' ' ; ':'"',' . , , t.- '.' ' HI " A Good DiitNMcr.irT. We clip the fbl lowiag article from .the, Keshvillo Manner, and ia tbe ereot thai cholera ibould make iu appearance In oar ...

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