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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 December 1857

rVOLTJME 9.:; CLARKSYILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1857. NUMBER 'I v , Hi , i t ; inKClROWlCIiE, . T .. . .l1 m "1 - . ' Printed Weekly on a double-medium iheetevery Friday morning, by - . , NEBLfepTT. & GRANT, t7. ' Pi oils' ft en and Propritiori. -TERMS OF Till FA MR, $2. Per anirom, in advance. :i .in - .' TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ' : on oni squARior twelve ) lines or less, n Inurllnn , 1(1.00 Tw months . , $4.0 Two Inaertiorm l,M) Three Insertions 2,00 One month 3,50 Three month ,. o,OU Fix mouths 9,00 Twelve montha 15,00 MISCELLANY. GETTING A SUBSCRIBER. p ;' ; T ' 1 ' Tired and, fatigued from a long, day's tide, covered with tho dust we had gather ed on a dry, gaudy road, wo called at Squire Hobbs to wot our mouth, rest our bones, and bave a chat with' the Squire; On our part, however, there was soon a disposition to talk less and doze more. This, Hobbs a good humored soul per ceived aTy intuition, and soon left us to the soft influence of nature's sweet re storer, v .',.'...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 December 1857

1 ... . . 11 L. J" '!-!") R. W. THOMAS, Editor. ; J. 8. Nr.BrF.TT, puMlthtr. J. A. GRANT, J """ FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4, I57. Office, of cr Win, H, Bryarlj's Store. . ID AU oommunlcntion mtwt l addresse d to the Editor. Business letter to the publisher. ITAdverthiementa milt be handed In tlie day before imlillcfirtan, or ttlcy wfll bo lei over. ' tOfCIiinntuinrafion muf be handrd in hg noon on. Thundaij, or tlftf will be left over. IS IT THE GOVERNMENT, OR THOSE WHO GOVERN? . It is ft fact, too palpatio to bo denied, , that a good form of government, wisely administered, U evor productive of com mercial prosperity and social ordor; find where thcHO are wanting, it will ever be found that the government is radically defective, or that it ia most unwisely ad ministered. Now, wo put it to the plain, oomraon sonee of the people to say, whence the frightful commercial embarrassments, and still moro frightful social disorders which weigh bo heavily upon the prosperity and peace of tho country?...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 December 1857

LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT k. GRANT, Local Editor: FRIDAY, DECKMBER 4, 1857. tT Chronicle Office etrr TV It. Rrgorlx'i Store f, t . 1 i . . . Citt Council. This body held a regu lar meeting, on Tuesday evening last, at their hall, over the markct-houM-'-present Mayor Ilitcr, and Alderman, If umc, L. 0. Williams, Ilafrcl, Iy, and Ware. A largo business was done, embracing sev eral very important matters. The matter of the liability of Frank lin's securities, had been referred some time back to a committee, consisting of Aldermen Harrel and Blackman, with in structions to ascertain and report the amount duo from said nocurities. (It will be remembered that Mr. Franklin wns city constablo and Tax-collector for last year( 1850, and that the then Mayor, and board of Aldermen, were securities upon his bond. Tho committee named above, were not in the board of 185G, and being new Alderman, wcro a very proper ono to sct tlo tho amount duo the city from the se curities.) They, presented a report In...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 December 1857

Insurance Capital Enlarged. Tucorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual. CASH CATITA L ENLARGED 7th July, '57, to $1,000,000 A b a I u t e and unimpaired! Surplus, t423,l&2 J I. Willi the Prestige or Yearn' ucuau and Exprrlonce. 1 1 ' j ' 7 Directum. T. K. B-ace, Sr , Roll. Hunll.K. A. Ilalkelev, 8. S. Ward, O. F. Duvie, 8. Tuilor, M. A. Tuttle. R. M ilher, H' 2. Pratt, D. Hillyer, Joseph Church, E. Flower, E G Ripley, A . Dun ham, T A. Alexander, W.Kebnv-, f. li. Htaiimrd. Officrr. E.G. KMcy, Fre-idcM: T. A. Alex ander, Vke Freaiitent; ThOs.K. ilrace, Jr.,Soc'yi J. U. Aienne.lt, Un 1 Agent. ; Insures against the DANGERS OF F I R E ! . AND FBRtLI OF INLAID NAVIGATION! At as liberal rule and rites as risks aisuincd per mit of for solvency and fuir profit Especial attention paid to Insurance, of Dwel lings, Farm Property, Out-bulldings and content-. Such Itsurcd for periods of 3 to 5 years on the meat favorable terms. . Lotsct equitably aJj listed and promptly paid LOSSES rAID7$Tb,43T,31...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 December 1857

iJ is. t He" "vu-J 1 k VOLUME 9. CMRKSVILLE, TENN., FRD AY. .DECEMBER 11, 1857. 1 1 .1 iw :r:,ir:.: n: Xi - . j ...... , n-4 iJOXJL UXkE : Y JL II A ill vi h -?j THE CIlllOyiCLE . Printed Weekly on k donble-roedlum ueetvry Friday morning, by ;,NEBTT & GRANT, r; , UpuilSklttl hndi Proprietors. fi i i 1 , i If f TEEM 0 THE PAPER, . &2 Pet ' annum, In advance. ' Rtt!rtS OF ADVERTISING. - TWELVE HUE u ( tone wWlle ' ' $1.0" TwolneertleneY 1,50 Three iBMrtloaa 2,n0 ton month ... , 3,50 Two month Three month; Six month Twelve month $4.5" 6,00 ,nn 15,00 A LOVE STORY. ' . '' ' 80PHIB tYNN. ' " "Men are never so awkward, never so disagreeable, never so ungraceful, as when they are making love. A friend is a luxury a husband ditto, I suppose; but that in termittent class of human beings denomi nated 'lovers, are terrible bores. It does Very well for a woman to blush and look flustered now and then, when occasions make H desirable; but to a man with bis face as red as' a ripe cherry, a...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 December 1857

i !TU (fnrUt tf Urnt R. W. THOMAS, Trftfer. ! MvlBSff.T1 P-Wi- (DlLABimrHILILIE; '-KOAY.I)ECEMBEr"Ii, 1837. Office,. orerVTmr IT. Brjarly's Slorc. ' CTAIl common Icstlon mint bo dd rested to th Editor. Builuee letter to th publisher. i aTXA'dverihionients must be bunded la the day fore puUlcatisn, or titty will bo Wit over. JO Communication mutt be handed in by noon on Tlurday, or they cill be left over. ' Jfciy The pecuniary troubles resulting from locofoco misrule, though distressing enough, sink into insignificance wben con trasted with the depravity , among the la boring classes, growing out of the same Cause. The papers in the northern cities give frightful pictures of the condition to which female Uborors are reduced by want of employment- Thousands, heretofore earning a competency by the labor of their hands, and living without reproach, arc driven by poverty to vice, and have fallen, to rise no more." A few months ago, they Wero healthy, industrious, honest ; now they are 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. — 11 December 1857

LOCAL ITEIYI5. NEB LETT 4. GRANT. Local Ediurs. FRIDAY, DECEMBER Jl, 1857. J4 CWrilcfc 0i tr W 11. itrferlfs Stortjfa Whs. :1ARTINOTOX.A-Our citiiens tad thcrar pleasure of llstantng to jhe dir , conrgea $f Mr. Sliillaber, on last Tuesday 'and Wednesday evenings. Notwithstan ding the unfavorable circumstances of in clement weather, and want of sufficient notice, on both occasions, he was greeted with large audiencos, composed of the keauiy, intelligence and refinement of our city. They were no less flattering to the good taste of this community, than justly complimentary to the wide celebrity of the Lecturer. We confess to hare had a feeling of doubt, so numerously have puer y ile amusements been' attended in our city, 'whether an . entertainment of this high tort would "take" with us, and we expe : xienced a glow of the most pleasurable 1 Satisfaction", when we beheld the size and intellectuality of his audiences. The deo orum that pervaded the whole assembly ..fully, evinced this ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 December 1857

i , " : t mam A ' t -- , fV'Hf'" as S i 1 i. 3 . SWAN &cOr'S LOTTERIES. NEW AND BRILLIANT SCHEME t CAPITAL PUIZe t6o,O00 1 1 1 Th following ichtm will bo 'drawn by S. P.was At Co., Mannrer of th For Gains -Acead-tmy Lottery. liMHnof thrlr Lotteries fur Decem ber, 1857, at AUGUSTA. Georgia, to which city t: have romovod their Principal Office. . XSC.IA;8 s.6?..-7. .yr To be drawn (a the City ofAagusta, Georgia.ln i( on -8 AT Lit DA V OrMmbcr 3 ih, 1857, . ii.. CLASS f8. To bo drawn la the City of Aagoata, Georgia, in pnblic, on i i Saturday, Dec, 12th, 1S57. Tone drawn In the City of Augusta, Georgia, In public, on . , , , . SATURDAY, Dec.' 19th, 1857. , CLASS 68, .,. . To4e drawn tav the -City pfAugnsta, Georgia, la putltaV if. ;t r.. v v..- j SATURDAY, December 2Cth, 185L onlx Plan of SINGLE NUMBERS! : 1 ''MOO PRIZES!'; : Nearly one Prize to etery 9 Tickets MAGNIFICENT SCHEME. TO BE DRAWN ' EACH SATURDAY. IN DECEMBER 1 Priio of $60,000 1 Prize of 2000 Priio of $60,000 1 Prize o...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 December 1857

:. -. J: -: " ' " t " . , J " - - . ' ' " . nmijiw r oil. -- n ' - 'r,J If ","JJBBI 11 MrtMWMMiM sss (1ifM(BBBMBW(WWWW pWM!WWWWWMWPWWlW.IBlllt mmiW''Wm '..Z.ll IT- Z. rZh-ifcifr-i.. - i.i MJUllJl-iUfMml iii-f r1"t"IW"M' " . JshjatMdsiAbsk0nsCssAta 1: nrr. -"n S atJMRa!ss( ' BMMmUMmI J alWJII' ghSic-le. Holiday, Dec, 14th. PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. GrwfiWe Senate, nj Zfotu o Reprttentativtt : . . la obedience so the command of the Constitution, 'it has now become ray duty "to give to Congress information of the state of the TJuion, and recom mend to their consideration such measures' as l ;r!m tn b "necepsarv and expedient." Bat first, and aboTe all, our thanks are due to Almighty God foe the numerous benefits which He ia tvtnl nnon this Deople. and our united D rarer oueht to ascend to Him that He would con tinue to bless our great republic In time to come as Be has blessed it in time past. Since the adjournment of the last Congress our canstituents hare enjoyed an unusual degree of nf he...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 December 1857

arm i 1 ) i f cj weTl in practice, and vill doubtless prove to be leu ex pensive thn tbs present system. x The whole iwtnber of Indian! within our territorial lim it it beloved to be, fro a the best data In the Interior de partment, about 825,100. The UKxi of Cherokees, Choctaws, Cbiclasawi, mod Creeks, settled in the territory set apart for them west Of Arkansas, are rapidly advancing In education and in all the arts oi civilization snd self-government; and we may ludulge the agreeable anticipation that et bo very distant day toey will be incorporated into the Uulon asoue of the sovLrMgn StAtes. . - It will be seen from the report of the Postmaster General tht the I'ost-UiEce Department stl'i continues to depend on the Treasury, as it lias been compelled to do so for sev eral years past, for an important portion of the means of sustaining and extending; its operations. Their rapid growth and expansion are shown by a decennial statement of tLe number of post offices, and the length ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 December 1857

.-. -1 i -. 5 " - ' " '..M,.f ,0' 1 . .. .i-'i ''4 ' ' . ' : i n m : y -. t. rn7M l It i "J iV ! li ! VOLUME 0; TflE C HR0N1CL1 IStato Weekly pak So)iljte-itiIum iheet tly rrfday mornluj, by .v f'f . " " NEBLETT & GRANT, - t' Pu I lit Jl c r I and' Trop f it tor k . $2 Per annum, in advanc V- 'tERMS OF ADVERT1SIN0. ' " A rMi nniBfio TWELVE LIVES OR Lt Ohb lortlnn tl1. Two moiUht . t Two InanMlom j Three Iniinrtiont On month t" 1.50 Three monlhi , ;' 15.01 2.(f I Plx monthii . .. r 9,"' 2.5!) I Tivolvo moiitln 15,0f MISCEUiANYr The Experiences ' "13 a tin 1st er;" wi nnu.1 WAmis,,t.,'of Tntin Tsnri.t. THE MARCH ASSIZ2. ;., j; SometLIng moroTtliao balf century go, ft parson,' in ' going' ftloflg Holborn, xuignt navb ieea'j' near thb1.orncr..pf one of tbe througbfares -wbicb diverge towards Eu9Bell; Square; tbe respectable-looking bop of a glover and babordasber named Jaiiiea Harvey, a'maS'generalTy esteemed by bis neigbbors, and wbo, was. usually considered well t6 do in tbo world...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 December 1857

I)t (Zlarksuilie Cljronitlc. R. W THOMAS, Ediior.' J t J. A. GRANT, J f.WWt. i FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1857. Office, over Win. n, Brjarlj's Store. IT AW communication! mint bo addressed to the Editor. Business letter- to ths publishers. rTAdvertlannmnU mall be handed In the day be for publication, or they will b 11 over.,' Commimicationt mutt be handed in by noon on Thursday, or they trill be lift over. .... THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. . Wo inij thin Jocumentbcforeourrcaders, in an Extra, on mondajr, and tbej have, doubtless, read U nd formed their estimate of its merit". It is unnecessary thercforo, that we shall enter upon an analysis of a State paper having even less of merit to distinguish it than in usual with similar documents from the pens of small-fry locofoco Presidents. Wo are disappointed both in the manner and matter of the Message as a literary effort, it ia tcry faulty, and as a State paper, beam none of the marks of ability for which its author Eas had credit, and not a mani...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 December 1857

, LOCAL ITEMS. WEB LETT &. GRANT, Local Editor. tfftltfAtf, DECESIUER 18, IS57. aroBiefebfir eter IV -H. Bryarty't Store .frj TftE pREHint ts Message. We plal this document bcfor. our readers ort lfct Monday morning, in the form of an "Be tra. We issue our regular paper to-ti y. .The report of the tobacco market c i taincd in that Extra, and which gave s atisfaction to Bomo of our friends, w; a ' report of tho Nashville market, as a li le care in the reading would havo disclof 1. ALL acjounts concur, that tno river lis fallen aomo twelve;, ot fifteen iooheptit Nafihville, but there has been no decile herc- on the contrary, there was an a tional rise of one inch last night. Jow lands around ua are 4 overflowed tit Clnrkflville is almottt an island, and bo di teult of approach as to interfere with bu ness to a considerable extent.. . Whatev maybe the condition of the market, a clinc in the fiver would bo decidedly 'po ular. ' - ' , ' : '.a . - Early Times; is M mutt:, Tennessee, J...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 December 1857

SVUii A. cU Vl,Ui lhitLS, JfFfTJWD BRILLIANT SCHEME I VAVtixu 1'itizt: soo.ooo i i ! Thi following1 Bitiame. will he drawn ly P Rwa V C . Manage of t in For (i tins-Ara i'' emv I'tv. 1 H I'm 1' l.jH'il" f t f '.eem-1 Im. 5S67,at jUGt!BTA.fieogIa. lo which elty t'n jr b.vt removed llulr I r uc pbl cmue. 0 L A 8 S C5. To ha drown U tlw City . of Aagnala, Owi,lii Mo i BAtUHD.lY Drmnbfr 6th, 18J7 CLASS 60. Tw ha dTawa la th CHy of A agitata, Georgia, in ' SaWaj, Dec. 12th, 1S37. 1 To b drawn lu the City of Aupusta, Ceergta.la public, on . SATURDAY, Dec. 10th, 1857. CLASS C9, To be drawn in the -City of Auguata, Georgia, lu ub e on i SATURDAY, December 26th, 1857. authePlan ofSlNGLK NUMBERS! 5,40O PHIZES! Neuriy one Piixe lo every 9 Tick!. MAO NiriCENT , ftCIIEIE. . . . f TO BE DRAWN 1 , EACn SATURDAY IN DECEMBER 1 Prix of JGO.OOO I Prize of. ....... 201:0 i an.ooii i i.vio 1 10.(1 fl 61 1(100 1 (i.lllO 1110 i.jfi i r.M n ioo " us x " " 3,ooj ioo i.u Approximation I'rl.rn 4 Prize oif. 10...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 December 1857

V,i. r, IT : ,f ,. ..."I iii.L. .j.-r..,-,,-..ft t v f ni 0(", tin , :s i.f !. H. :; i;rw tifini wM 1 . -VOLUME O.--- ; M- ( f i t. r ir.T r.i ?; 1- j i.,(..ri,' j it - ttc r-4 -' 1 -i-ii the ciriionic Pr'lnteWwkiy ii 4 double-medium ilietry Frldar morning, by ' A ....... $3 ,lr. annuel, in advanefc. .,. i . t r 'i mi;;' ' ; . t V : - 4,v. -T-r-TT-tr- V( ,, -'-V, r TERMS : OF ADVEET18INQ.N.1 rfctd!i 'square of''fwtf'rusV oh' tiis.: One lnertion y-' ..,i..' 0 0 Twolinortld nt r 5 1.50 Tbfee fnonlln' Six months ' Tirolve month 1 Throe Imnftion i 9:m 910 One month r lL L 9,50 15 0 Beloved, . Betrothed, Dcirayed. Cvme, Charles, if JOU .dcflignglvii mc an introduction to JMiss Jcgare th evening, I want 'joa' to do Bo"quickly.-4 TLiJ tlitng gf 'mUng tho acquaiatanco one who posscasoa bo -mxich of thil beauty of character, bo well calculated t! adorn woman, as you represent this lad; I look up6n rather as embarrassing.., On 0 rough and unhewn -in his manners a myselfj wjll ' hardly', provo...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 December 1857

4a i .(Stje.dlarkwUU CljromcU. ft. W. TflOMAS, Kttttsr. J. A. GRANT, - Publishers. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, J85T. ' Oflicf, orer Wnt. II. Bryarly'. Store. "" ? wa i . I, H7AII communications imrat be addrrseed the Editor. Bnkftie letter to the publisher. - CTMdvrrttoements mast be handed is th day for publication, or they will be let over. 63 Cvmmunicationt must be hand in by noon on Thursday, or tluy Kill be left over. DEMOCRACY A UNIT. It bat been, and in mill, the rallying try of locofocoism that the party it harmon ious and national a unit in principles, and, in iu aims embracing the wbole Union, regardless of sectional interest. The popular mind, 'impressed with tliirt palpable fallacy, has heeded nottho most conclusive evidence that locofocoism is neither harmonious nor national ; neither honest iu its professions nor patriotic in its aims ; and thus this radical aggregation of discordant -elcmentsnas been permitted to wasto the public treasure, devastate publio morals and degrade...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 December 1857

) . 0 I i f X i 1 1 '2 LOCAL ITEIYiS. "A NEBLtTT fc GRANT, Local Editor: FSrDAf, DECEMBER, 1357. '," CHRl8TJiAl.'We would dviso allW (tetronrt, who desire (o feel the gcnoinc ChrUtiB4 furor In their Lonea, to get FTar prV' monthly for December, and read Clement C. Moore's, immortal poem, enti tled "A Viit from St. Nicholas." jit is pioy with the genuino Attio salt, graphic '"bojond praise, and redolent of eg-nog and social humor. We would be glad to ie tht good old custom revived, which w are sorry to see is dying out in most fcf families, of hanging the children's stock ing upon the wall, in anticipation of the annual visit of Sanla Clans. This is an innocent add harmless, as well as a very pleasurable - delusion, for the children, which we have no doubt has mado more poets than te combined writings of Shaks pear, Byron, wMilton, Scott, and Moore. Besides it is a very graceful way of ma king a present to one's sweetheart It ia much to be regretted, however, that ladies stockings ar...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 December 1857

(-- SWAN & cO.'S LOTTERiES. . NEW A ND BRILLIANT SCHEME I tAVi TAL. PltlZB $00,000 ( I J '.. Tii following 8chem wif) he drawn f 8. Fwm & Co., Managers of the For Gain Acoad rmv lottery. In h of tbrlr Lotteries for Decem ber, 1857, at AVJGL'STA . Georgia, lo which city' they hare removed thvir Inncipal Ufltce., , , . (7 I,A 8 B ,62. . - To be drawn to the City of Angnsta, GetrgTa,ln but nn, , , , . !,-,.., SATUKDAY DTmbcr 5th, 1857 CLASS fiOV ' - To be drawn in the City of Angueta, Georgia, in public, on " Saturday, Doc 12th, 1837. " " CLASS 67. To le drawn la the CUy of Augusta, Georgia., !n public, on .' tJATURDAY, Dec. 19th, 1857. . i , r. I "CLASS C8,; To bo drawn in tbel.CHy of Augneta, Georgia, in ubbcnn t ' - i - SATURDAY, December 26th, 1857. nthe Plan of SINGLE NUMBERS? ' G.400 PltlZESt ' Nearly one Prix to every 9 Tickets. MAGNIFICENT SCHEME. , , TO HE DRAWN EACII SATURDAY IN DECEMBER 1 Prim of. ffiO.OOO 1 Prizes of.... . 2000 1 . "..,...30,000 1 . 151)0 t " J0.0M0...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 January 1858

' - ' -- - r - jj . w ' - ... A AY T-. fcl V i W i . ... 13 l i 13 . . II . . f I M. IT ... . H . . . II 11 I . Mv v t .,11 II . : - 1 f. ;J I . ;S ID 3 "YOLME'O." ' CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY. JANUARY 8r 1858, i. 1 THE CHRONICLE, " rMotd Weekly on a double-medium iheeUvery Friday morning, by ; 't j-'", . . . NEBLETT GRANT, ; v - Pubiithtrt and Proprietor. ..'( v.. TIEM8 OFjTUE PAJKR,' $3, Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. IOIO,'tI4BK Of 'JWEtTI WNKS OR tr.tn, $4.50 5,00 9,00 15,00 On Intertloa , Two lnrtlon Three lnrUon On month Two monthi 1,50 9,00 3,50 Three monlhi Six months -Twelv month - , MlSCELLAraY. ' OMETUING ADVANTAGEOUS; " , - OR,' i, FAMILY FRACAS. . 7 . I onco attended a very poor old man of th nd of vJoidan'Iitflua last illness.- I call him poor,' but yet ho waa not in waut, and had about him the comforts of life, When he was near his end, he said to me, t , . k- "Doctor, I want to know the truth froni you I am not in the habit of being flat- tered by the 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. — 8 January 1858

V l)c (fflarkstjille CfjtonUle. r-w, thomas, rrfifr. J. S. NF.BI.ETT, J. A. OR AWT, J PaWrskrw L1-! .' .OILABimyillLILIE; FRIDAY, JANUARY ft, 1MB.' ' Office, OTer Wm. n. BiTrar!jTs Slorc. CTAII eommnulcation most be addreeeed to the Editor. ,' Basinets letter to (he publishers. ITAdvertlsements mart be handed In Hie day hafar publication, or tbey will! be let ever. ' ' tSfOommunirafwnt mutt Be landed in ly tW)o.t ex Thvnday, or they n77 he left over. WHAT IS TO BE THE END? The most ntTilting proofs of incon itcn!y and imbeeiljty ever exhibited by a high official, ar furnished by the course of Buchanan, on the- Kansas quvstforr. It fa well known that ho instructed" (Ton Waller to Rave the entire Congtriutiorr ubmftted to the people of the Territory, and that Walker labored faithfully fo carry" cut the instruction. The Conven tion disregarded the instructions of the President, and only submitted the slavery elauso of the Constitution, and in open Violation of the doctrino of popular a...

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