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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 20 October 1865

"'i'' " "..-r.i. i 1 -'Ax e rD. n 7" , -- ' K . f i '.J i ) A ,j : 1 '" I ; 11 Yi A v W ' 1U WAV H l " V ; if - 1 it CLARKSVILLE; TEMV .FRIDAY OCTOBER 20, 1865: ' Old. Scries; :Ko': 25. : NUMBER 15. ' VOLUME 1. Old Series, vol. X F. MEH1HOPE & CO., ' i i DIALERS Groceries, Wines and Brandies, WI1ISKEY, ALE, BEER, CIGARS, General Auortment of Confeetionerittl QUEENSWARR, TINWARE, ISOTIOXS, ETC., ETC. ' FRANKLIN STBEKT, : CLARKSVILLE, : TENNESSEE. TL V7. HUMPHREYS,1 1 Attorney at.Ldw, CLARKS VJLLE, TENN. Office, on Public Square, - stairs, under - - - eu e, '65-tr Ttf FACT not'SEKEErE R3 CAN TVSD MOST J- ANYTHING DESIRED 1 m .! I.. - I i . . ' '" As we intend keepings ' Qoneral Variety Store! And will sell ent Goods as LOW A3 ANY HOUSE la the city.' ' ' 1 Sept. 1, '05-tf HODGSON &VUHBLE7, i' SOLK A GENTS FOR TITS Kanawha Salt Company, ' . AND DEALERS IN ' GROCERIES & COUNTRY, PRODUCE, ' ' . WALL PAPER, -: m.. i. . i '" i Tin, Hard and Oneensware, Olle, 1 Faints, White Lead...

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. — 20 October 1865

7 (Ljjc (romclc. , . rUlXTKU H IMK.LV, KVI11V rmilAT MUUMXC, BY NEBI.ETT & OJl A NT, V I MUMfrttlw !NlTiiaopiiir.ToBH. 11. w-tiiom is, i:mtor. . Clai UsvUlo, Tenn.; j OCtOBEB...",..r..".'..7.w7..7.1"- :o, 1865. . Hbo River Bkiihik. We have been nrged by unOrjr person", this "week, to writa tipon ' tlic iuiiwuiuce of , rebuilding the . upper Red .river bridge. There cnn be but one. opinion on this subjectall feel anil seo the Imjiortflnce of the work.'' to the prosperity cf town and country, end purely pone need urging to action who hare the ability to give it aid. A gentleman who line been traversing the bdrder' counties of Kentucky, inform us that the people of some seven counties express their desire to buy their, groceries, mid ship their tobacco at this plnce, provided they hate the means of access to it. ' If, however, onr town continncs to be inaccessible, from the east, the trade, in that direction, must Beck another out let. This is obvious to every lody, and the only qu...

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. — 20 October 1865

3. S. NKBLETT, . r.., 3. A. GRANT, Loeal ,!"or'- CLARKYILLK, .OCTOBER. 20, 1865. Tableaux I A magnificent exhibition of Tab leau! wiU be presented to our citizens, at Fowler'! Hall, next Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. It il gotten up by. the ladies and .gentlemen of this city, for the benefit of the Methodist Church and Parsonage. (. .'We, hope to, eee the, Hall crowded to its utmost capacity on that occasion. ' "' " ... i , Divine SkrVic. Elder Jis. ' E. Mtlm -will preach at the Christian Church, to-morrow (Satur day) night, also Sunday morning and night. gjv niivh Bro. are adding new invoices every week to tlieir already large stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, etc. , , , t Ifir To-day is the appointed time for the execu tion of Champ Ferguson. ..'.. tST 3. B. Rhodes k Co. will please accept our tlinuks for a sack of excellent Flour. The railroad bridge, on Madison street) again needs repairing and if it is not done soon, somebody may be hurt. Our humane city officials will please tak...

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. — 20 October 1865

n TIIIRKISSODEATH.. . Tn following ic, jrt Miete,ne of the pifotical cffiuiona of the great lentimcntalUt, Sir E. Hulwer Lytton, he who, more than any man, hm reconciled entlntaat.lQ (II M lendernesaVitb common ene in aiHti mthdhfn i ?2i4 vi.-.j'-There is no death! The itam go dow To rise upon some fairer shore; And bright in Heaven's jewelled crown They shine forcvermore. There is no death I To dust we tread Shall change beneath the summer shower To golden grain or mellow fruit, Or rainbow tinted flowers; The granite rocks disorganize i To food the hungry moss they bear : ' The forest leaycj drink dftiW Jlle . ' ' " ' ' From out the viewless Alt. "' ' ' There is no death; the leaves may fall, The flowers may fade and pass away '- They only wait, through wintry hours, The coming of the ilny. There is no death I An angel form Walks o'er the earth with silent tread, lie bears our best loved things away, And then we call them " dead." He leaves our hearts all desolate He plucks our fai...

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. — 27 October 1865

: 4 iter .!;- .J.'i ,1 J Jritf.-ii' ' " .143! bit L .... I I ' i I . 4. L 4 I tji)UmTtZZi 01d Series, vol. 1.4. -iJCOffllBYT 20. """ KUMBER 1G. - u f I if i a ii i kil li ft v u ii u ii ' i ii ' i ii ii ii v rii ii i . fr i . 4 v a j n i .a i- f v v ii vtj u rv y w if i ' ji i.ii n i?;:.. , ,.i w,. u u i u..u..' u J:4rU.t . - ,:-y-JLJ4.ji.',u')c a -1 vjl- v ji 4u 4V , DEALERS IK , "",v Grocejle s, .Wines and Brandies, WHISKEY,' ALS, BEfift, 'CIGARS, Genval Asrtnent 7 of; CoecfionsrtW QUEENStv'ARE, T'lNrVA'RE,,. T FAXCY WOTIOSS. i:TC.;FTC. PBANKLIX STREET,' CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. v - r f "r t - r . . -" i ' i JN . FACT HOUSEKEEPERS CAN FIND MOST A NY T HI N G D E SIRE D ! .,, . . .. ... t As, we, jntend keeping a., r ,. , jp QTAcral Variety Store ! AAd -will if 11 oar Codas a LOW A3 ANY HOUSE jo tUcjtyJti''t.V-v - i '.''tScpL 1, 'C5-tf CRUSMAN & CHESNUT, (Successors to W. S. Poindkxti k Co,) DIALERS IN Iron, Salt, Cement, &c., tyr. Franklin and tlarktt . CLARKSVILLE,r.'..!.....

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. — 27 October 1865

& Olrontde. rsirrsu wucu.hr, aveay pridat morniko, it NEBLETT & GRANT, It. V. THOMAS, Editor. C'larltsTlIIe, Tenn. t OCTOBER.. IT, 1805. Badicalism in tteLegislatuTev Wt continue on the first pap, the debet lathe Senate, oa the everlasting subject of the " nlgges." ll it matter of deep Interest to the people, ami wt ar net willing that any ef ear leaders shall be de prived of opportunity nrsoe what is laid 09 the engross; kpi af nigger equality. "Madness rules the hoar," it behooves every maaf cool, practical lean and earoe patriotism to watch (Is symptoms and guard against Itadangeroot effect. There never was period In the history of our government when the guiding hand of enlightened experience wa 10 much needed, ai now, to carry safely through the peril of mighty tocial and political revolution ; nor was there 4ever a time when raidlcal empiricism threatened to much mls- ehtef to the future well-being of the entire country. The shattered element of the tocial eyelets' and...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 27 October 1865

V J. A. GRANT, 7ofla JUitort- CLARKSVILLE, .OCTOBBR. 27, 1866. ea-aa Poslflfe IfOtlte. All pnwil Indebted to tbe firm of. Niblstt ft Ubast, before the war, an res pectfully, bat- positively, notified that emles they come torward in a ihort time and make settlement, the will find their account in the hand of an officer. to Advertiser. All dvertlsemenui to be Inserted in the Chronicle for. lea time than lix months, mutt be paid for when banded ia. Job Work most be paid for when dellrered. 15. These rule will be itrictljr adhered to. tSfiir.' Jataet Z. Myle wjlt preach In the Chriitlan Church to-night, Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night , We are pleased to learn that some steps are being taken toward the rebui'ding of the upper Red River Bridge. The County Court, on last Monday, appointed a committee of two R.. W. Humphrey and Geo. W. Hampton to confer with the Mayor and Aldermen on this subject, and to apply, through our RepresentaliTes to the Legisla ture for the necessary autho...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 27 October 1865

I 1 in THE YOl'XG WIDOW. She il JLaCt,'- JL iS baebi'isi, 0 Iree and easy, but not bold Twike an apple, ripe and mellow, CiQ 15u jn a ad tit oo old; - -1lr7"lnvitiHK, Mietf repulstv, . Now advancing, and now shy; There in niigcliicf in her dimple, There is dange in ber f je. She Ins studied human nature, She Is schooled in all her arts, She has token her diploma As the mi.tress of all hearts. She ran tell theverj moment When to nigh and when to smile. w I'M 0 I ntald is smart i aiet oh armln r, N i e . But a ridow nil Urn tvliile! U Are you Shd ? flow very serious Will her handsome face become. Are. you angry? She is wretched, Lonely, friendless, terful, dumb. Are you mirthful? Ilnw her lnugbter, Silver Bounding, will ring out, She can lure; and catch, and piny you, As the angle' does'the trout. All old bachelors of forty, t. -owho'tnvee pfbwn w bold and wise; " iye-Addnist of twenty,'. ' Wifh 'yoirr lovm tnonr eyes, Tou may fcrcttlce'nll the Ipmods ' 1 Taught by Cupid since the fal...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 3 November 1865

ITHATS ii 11 ii Mr it. a. -s. 11 i ii- ir ii 1 ..).. 1 1 . i m i i ii . i ii ! ii ii"iaii-ii ii'iici iii . Old Scric; Tot L4 TT ' .ioj rawoa la CMEK&YILLEi TEM."' ' FRIDAY iKOYMBER 3, 1865. ' i i ' t r'l ' ' i i'i : i ' ' i : I. Old: Series;. K6:;27. :: NUMBER 17. rfoi?f),r,' J. F, MEHLHOPE & CO., ,-:,''i . j.j -k y u v jt.j ij sirtTjts'.i. DEALERS IN ' .; v . . .. Groceries,. Wines and Brandies, . FAXCY MOTIOXS. ETC., ETC. . . . ' - ..- i i.'i '.. ' PHANKLIM STRUT, CLARKSVILLE,: TENNESSEE; 2 FACTHOUSEKEErERS CA.N.mfD MOST AN,y tat i'w,a desired : As wt intend keeping , Oeneral Variety Store I And will tell our Goods as LOW AS ANY HOUSE ta tht city. ' .! ;. ,: Sept. 1, '65-tf rksviUe) .V.i. .'.Al i.'.. . '.Tennessee, TT A VINO leased this well known House from Mr. AT C. M. Sbrrtj I tHo4 rertatirtr and re--fitting it tbt '.tfc .accorainodartioq bf the public. When the arrangement being made are completed, it will be Hotel in. all it appointments. rTbe public kf resieclful!y t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 3 November 1865

MISTED WIIKIT, VIRY FRIOST MOUNIMU, SI NEBLETT & OH A NT, mi.Hku 40 rrtorairroks. ' It. TV. THOMAS. Ktfltor. ;Clark8vllle Ttnn. t ' T' ROVEMBER., ' av 3, 1865. The Rights gf ManWhat are They? For it year mit, there ha been pronencss in politicians, esiiiVisily of the Democratic and Republic school, to indulge extreme ideas on all thJcU connected with government, and to substi tute theories tut the. practical lessons of experience. Jn the wild bout .after wiwit they are pleased to term, new political truth, it too often happens thit they find, fntcd. specious errors, or palpable absurdities, the deductions of fa!e reasoning from doubtful promises. . The starting point fur ail such mischievous researches, is the undefined term "tba rights of man." la all ajrw this hu been the vatch-word of would-be political reformers, and down to the present moment, those rights seem to be as little understood as If they had never been discussed ; and it is possible that the diversity of opinion ...

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. — 3 November 1865

BR '1 CLARtfSVlLLK, r... NOVEMBER. S, 18G&. POiltlTC "OtlCC All persons indebted to the firm of Wiblkt Uiuht, before the war, are res pectfully, but positively, notified that unless they come forward in a ibort time and make settlement, tbey will find their account in the band of an officer. V T ' ' .. " ' I 1 , t To Advertisers. All advertisements to be inserted in the Chronicle for less time than si I months, must be paid for when handed in. ' Jo Work must be paid tot when delivered. These rules will be strictly adhered to. Several articles, notices, Ac, intended for this issue, are unavoidably crowded oat. Dr. L. L. Lurton bai removed to the resi dence next to J. E. Broaddns, on Ttb Crosst street, where he may be found by those dean-lug hit ser vices. Mr. Geo. W. Simpson is offering his stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Ac, at cost Now is the time to get good bargains. ' Courts A Beaumont, successors to E.A Fisher, are candidates for public patronage. If yon want Dry Good, Boots,...

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. — 3 November 1865

THE ol? p.9CKJTIIirrreKF5r0AISSI TffB WILL. Obi tbe aid, eld stock, of ft a fceflseutddjtock, Wm thw brightest Iblr.g, ud ricalesl j. i Itt hands, though old, bad a touch of gold, And its'chime rang Mill the sweetest; tYet they lived; taoaga natiutiaaltaredv V- Jtnd its voice, (till strong, WHrnrd old and young, When the voice of friendship fullered: Tick I tickl' it Mid 'quick, quick to bed, For ten I've given warning; Up I up I aid go or else you know, Yoa'H never rise toon In the moraing!' A friendly voice wm that old, old clock, A3 U Mood In the corner smiling. And blessed the time with a merry chime, i-Tbe wintry-born beguiling , J .-.j.-i z'A' ut a cross old voii a was that tiresome clock, As it called at day-break boldly, When the dawn looked grey o'er'the misty way, And the early air blew coldly: Tickl tick I' it said quick out of bed, For five I've given warning; You'll never have health, you'll never have wealth, Unless you're up soon in the morningl' Slffl hourly the soun...

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. — 10 November 1865

; O.IK ? t ' 'V' p V; r, r, r. , . V- JJ. -IJ ll-'-JU V0LU3IE-1; Old.Series.tvoL.U.: Y , CLVRKSVILLE, TEM; FRIDAY, . NOVEMBER 10, 1865. ; Old Series,' Ko! 28. NUMBER.18;: U JUL. JU- W JL - .JUL. X-JM- B. L. COBB. J. B. TAPS CO TT. v i ' , COBB i TAPSCOTT, . Oiril apd Topographical , Engineers, ARCHITECTS and SURTBTORS, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. ftl ,' ' : i-i Jl.J:'.' Will attend promptly to any business in their profession in this or in the adjoining State. Special attention paid to Landscape Engineering; also, to Surveying and Mapping Farm. Oct 27, 'u-4t - ' CBUSMAH & CHESNTJT, , (Successor to W. S. Poisohtir k Co,) , ' ' 1 DIALERS I! !" GROCERIES, Iron,.. Salt, t Cement, '4 Oer? franklin and Market Si. . . . CtARKSVILLIT,..:;.,.. V.TENNESSEE. , t Oct. 20, "65-tf 1 ! .: w.a. roiKDxiTxi... .....a. a. iviutt. - W. S. POINDEXTER & CO., 1. t . , DEALEBB lit Dry feWs, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groce ries, Hardware, Queensware, , .r rV t Glassware! &0V&0I v - NEW PROVIDENCE, TENNESSE...

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. — 10 November 1865

flit (Brora! rr irtMir.nn axu rtoraitlMM. - R. KjriIO.TlAS, Editor. JLIarkevillc, .Tenn. JiOTSYIBER... .) ..)... 4. ,t0, : 18C J. iv-Wt Invite the attention, of the reader U a coui iaunitatiou on fimt page. In reference to the Allure JmpecU of Citrksvillo and the tuiruutiding roan try J, The radical I hungi', to sxdihMily Wrought, In out labor tytem rkinaaiU a corresponding change Jn th, heretofore, leading puranlt- m well Mia lie replication of the capitftl of the eonntry. In time past, the poljoy of landholder was .to tnnVe tobaova to buy negroes, u J to buy negroes to innke tobacco. But that game is "placed out," end tut question now Uw-rfliat shall take the place of that uplodejj system? ' 'The.'answcf' is at band; aub livide large tracts, tell to new vomer aud invest the capital, to raited, in loue oue of tbe various brandies of manufactures which must spring up at the consequence of tlie change just alluded to. Charter rill be obtained, tbU winter, for tbe ettab Jishment ot 't...

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. — 10 November 1865

tt S. NBLETT, jy. fitors. CLABK3VX1XE, t-N.-.y. .NOVEMBER It, 1163 ' - foslttvt Notice. AH persons Indebted to the firm of ISiBtiTT UHAHT, before Ui war. are re MctfuUr. but positively, notified that unless they om forward in a si tort time and make settlement, tit; till find their accounts in tbe bands or an afflcer. . ' - 1 ' ir,ffl idtertlSPfa.All advertisements to be inserted in tba Chronicle Tor less time than six aaoatbs, must bt pnld for when banded in. , Job Work most be paid for -when delirered. ' 't I tgtThna rotes will be strictly adhered to. . , I JS3T From this date we will charge 10 cents for single copies of the Chronicle, as 6 cents per copy does Bot pay. , We bare received several Obituary notices this week, and regret that want of space forbids their publication. '' , ',,',',.., ,' ,. toWe call attention to the notice of the Clarks ille end Dopkinsville Turnpike Company la this . Vef Tobacco Sales, at Trice's Landing, on Wed nesday, Nor. 15th, 1868, by Richards, Cr...

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. — 10 November 1865

mt noTiurs yoice. Tber'miie lb tin aututna find, x Arotlnd the dftpfiinffeariss ' And where ill pinions-step to-play Among the fallen leaves, t There's music Its the river's tkmr - " Alonft 111 pebbly than,- ' - ...i V, Where nil the winds have gone to t'.ecft And bought are swayed no more. There's mnsic in the cricket's song, I hear through evening shade, And in the low of distant herds, Returning from the glade. There's musio in the household tone That greet the sad or gar, And in the laugh of innocence ' - Rejoicing la Its play. ..;,.;i .; 1. But there U music sweeter far In'meroory than this The music of my mother's voice, Now in the land of bliss. A music time may never still I bear it in my dreams, When all the foDdness of her face Once more upon me beams. f know not what the angels hear, In mansions in the skies , But there is not a sound on earth, Like mother's gentle voice. ' The tears are in my clouded ere, And sadness in mr brain, As Nature whispers to my heart , . , , 8h...

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. — 17 November 1865

"HI TP1 .1 : w CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER :17,: 18651 'VOLUME 1. . Old Series,' vol. . " OM Setlcs, Xa 29.". IN'UMJ3ER 19." u , ,,,Avr.-n.-' ui-un win v , Jih ...kb a a n- a m -m. . m m f mm Km iw&nm (Sards. R. L. COBB.. , r . J. B. TAP8COTT, COBB & TArSCOTT. Civil, and Topographical Engineers, tj-' ARCHITECTS and SURVEYORS, .. ''' 1 ' CLARKSVILLE, TEXSv 1s.? .- .' ... ... ., : Will attend promptly to any business In their profession in this or in the adjoining States. ' . - Special attention paid to Landscape Engineering; alo, to Surveying and Mapping Farms. . . .Oct. J7r ?-' ','.. , CRUSMAN & CHESNUT, (Su-.-cee8ort to .W. S. Poinpkxteb k Co.,) r i . . .. . DEALERS IN GROCERIES, Iron, Bpit, Cement, &c, Cr. Franklin and Market Si: 'CLARKSVILLE,;....'. ....TENNESSEE. w'.b.i-tk-pi-xteb. .'...... m. b, fcvinrrr. ! ,W,S:'POINDEXTER&CO., . Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groce j:'J;,;rie8, Hardware, Queenswarej o io Glassware, dec, &c. i ftEW PROVIDENCE, ...

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. — 17 November 1865

yaisrrro mui, mdai Monxura, n -- NEDLETT & QUA NT. - rciuuiM MotnrroM. K. W. THOM4S, Editor. CliarktTlUe, Tonn. : , .. KOTEMER..J.......-..... 17, 1865. " The New York rM sav the action of South Carolina in lectin- Wade Hampton M Governor ; VtQtartf, in advocating tbe pn-niertof the Rebel debt; ot Uixcinippl, iit refusing to lake op and pan the conatitutlonal amendment abolishing i1.it 17, M believed to hare, seriously affected the future policy of the President concerning those Slates, and to hart endangered the adinitaion of their dele fates in the next Congress. Hud Missiasippl cheer full pasted, the amendment, a general amnesty would hare been at once declared la favor of 11 Rebel ; a it in, but few amnestic will in all prob ability, be hereafter granted o citttens of those State. - The aame if troe of Georgia and South Carolina; The action of their convention! hat not ynttlfled Presidential confidence, and the rigor of military government aod martial law will be the ' conse...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 17 November 1865

ClxiksnU ' (towel. J. 8. KltBLKTT, . . Plfilnr, CLARKSVILLE, - NOVEMBER 11, i85 ' Romas. tt fs reported that inn; of t'X rob bers entered Woodi' Store, at Woodlawn, in this contr. oa Wednesday niRbt, took off i quartity of good and some money, and a hone belonging to Dr. Bbeihy. mey tuen nine np tne tisiayette ad Garreltsbnrg' rond, at tome point on which, they felt in with a waggon and team, belonging to Mr.'llodsoo, of this place, took the umtes and made the driver pilot them to the late Dr. W. H. Dranee, aod tent the driver back, retaining one of the mule. This It as far at they bare been traced. There it a company In pursuit of them, supposing thai they crossed to the South tide of the River. Remit not known, at the time of tbit writing. '"K5T We understand that the Red River Trestle bm been made perfectly tare lor the heaviest trains, and that every defective piece of timber will be removed, wbicn can be done without interruption to the trains. This enables the Coimany to close...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 17 November 1865

f 1 TTrT ' ''f - Cnancery Sale of Store and Dwelling. Kd..C. Cofliik ', f R Luter'Wm, Bibb, ct als. porsuance of nn oriler marie w tun cause at Hie October Totm 1865, of tlie Chancer court, a tHtcfrm M --wiU-wll l tbe llitthest bidder At the 4etfcutu 4 ('tpok.sjillt, on Monday Jnn. l, 18C0, the bouse and lot mentioned in the pleadings. Tbe bouse is situated on i'ratikli n. street, In the city of tflarkaville, opposite tbe court-house, fit prose nt oc cupied by H. B. Hughes, as a drinking Suloon. There ii a good, dwelling bouse above tbj Store aooin. There to also a pood cistern, on the place. This place Is sold without the right of redemp tion. Terms 6, 12, 18, and 24 months credit note with fro0"1 ecurily required, and a lion re tained for tbe purchase money. . ,..-. .T. EUACKEI.FOr.P, C. ft M. . Xof cmUr ,aH03j-tdpr- fee $7 20. ' ' Chancery Bale or Rouse ana Lot. J no. Bradley, surviving j artner'of Bradley ft Ilarrel ri. P. J. Young. IN pursuance of an order made In this cause at...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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