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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 November 1858

n'CiV5Ma.L 1"L ,iLIL-Sil!!lii5'!!".l'L'l '-SlrVrjl1 1 il! . . . . I LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT &. GRANT, tocoi J2flr. ; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1858. . iEr ChrtnicU Offict twr W. H. Brwarly's S tort. XI . 3b- Hereafter aW oVtluariea and trib utes of respect, over twW line will be .Jrse4 for.ra . . ..... . ijr Returning from one of oar nu.l bootleaa rW to "I'overtj Row," the oth cr day, we paussd a moment to gaze upon the eitennive edifice of Mr. Harrison's, now in rapM process of building; and look 'ing forward to the contemplated erection , tf similar spaoious structures along side, tit no distant day, we felt our bosom ex pand with the "manifest destiny," of our growing city. But turning the next mo ment from the brief glimpse of a brilliant future, to the vixta of past reminiscences, witchingly hued in the fading light, a pensive shade fell upon the sunlight of our brew, at thought of the change these ele gant and showy buildings would make in the homely familiarity, and venerable des...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 November 1858

4 Swan & Co's Lotteries TR.I UMPHANT1 The fillnwlng Scheme will b drawn ly 8 8w4N& Co.. Mmuget of th Span- Acad emy Lottery In ra h of their Single number Lot l...Vs f.r N..v mber lf.1f.al AUGUSTA, On., in pubic, nuilir tbeaup lint. ndcUC Of Commis sioners. " ' ( Clos 4ft rlraws Saturday, Nov. 6, 1858. Cliins 41 ilrnw Saturday, Nov 13, 1858, (Mns 42 draws Saturday, Nov. 20, 1858. CIum 415 draws Saturday, Nov. 27, 1858. onfhe Piano SINGLE NUMBERS! 60,000 Ticketsl .C..165 PHIZES! Nrur y on Pilxe to every 9 Ticket MAGNIFICENT SCHEME: TO BE DRAWN EACH SATURDAY IN NOVEMBER. Prii , of 470.000 4 TrU-i of ... 9 ''0 :io,ono 4 " 00 .. 10.0 0 4 " 700 5,000 4 ". 6'to i ti 4,0. 0 50 ' 500 h n.oco ro ' 300 1.5' D 100 " " 125 . 1 ,00') 230 " " 100 Approximation PrIM 4 rriArsofll 0 npxm gtoJtiO 000 Frlzesrt $1 ,btni 3 10 30,000 1,200 4 " 4 " 4 " 4 " 5.000 200 ' 125 11.0 ' 75 " 50 " 20 10,000 5,000 4.100 3,1.00 1,503 800 500 400 ' 300 20) .10ti,O00 6.4-5 Pr lies amoii riling to $320,00 i ' W...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 November 1858

VOLUME, 10. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER t20, 1858. NUMBER i..! T II EC II RON 10 L e7 k ! 'i . i . Printed Weekly on a doubU-mcdinn iheeteTery frlday morning, fcy , t NEBLETT & GRANT, ' Puhlithtr and Proprittort". j TERMS OF Tn TAPER,' $2 Per annum, in advance. . . . .TERMS OF ADVERTISING. FOE OWB BQUAHI or TWltH UNEO 0 One Iniertlon 11,01 1 Two months LC8I 5.00 Two Insert lone Three tnnnrtiona One mouth 1,50 I 9,00 Tbree months ' PU month. Twelve month. 2,50 10, uu A STOBY OF A SHIPWRECK, FROM cnAMBIR'8 EDINBURGH JOURNAL ' John Singer's name was a household word with us io the days of frocks and socks, when we were under the dominion of the nursery-maid-to go to Johns farm . . . and feast on curds and cream, being one of the grand delights of those unclouded days. John tilled a small holding in Wiltshire, and might have tilled it to the day of his den'.h, as his father did, had he had, like his father,, but one child ; his off- spring, However, numoerea seven neiore nu...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 November 1858

R. W. THOMAS, Editor J. S. NFBl.KTT.f J. A. GF.ANT, PubMr. Office, over Win. II, Bryarlj'g Store. 0AI Icnmmnnl cations mnst be addressed tothe Editor. Business Utter to the publisher. - - IT7"AdvertlTTint mint ha handed In early on Thursliy niortitngs. of lhy will bo let over. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26,' 1858. r t- i - - - . -' ;"' 1 - tS3T TVa nro "indebted (o & friend for Seward's pecches at Rochester nd Rome, and, from tho stir thej have created, we eipect to find in them not onlj a heavy tlow at alavery, but the developcmcnt of new lights upon government, and especi ally npon the relations between federal and State systems. In both thcc expecta tions we are disappointed, and find instead the ultraism of a sectional patrizan dis torted by ambition into the wild ravings of a distempered bigot. Seward's 'ibility, no pn doubts, and bis reasoning powers have been respected by bis most violent opponents ; but be is another example of the truth, that the great become weak when led, by wh...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 November 1858

- - Z r - J - LOCAL ITEIV1S. NED LETT 4. GRANT, Local EMors. I FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1858. IT Chroniclt Office tier W . It. Bryry' Store, fx .: 8 Hereafter all obituaries and trib atcs of respeot, over twelvo lines, will be charged for." t& Kemerabcr that Mr. Trentice Ico tureaat Fewler'i Hall, to-night. Subject "American Statcmnnhip." , &SF We beard quite a good story, tlie otbcr day, of two of our townsmen, which though it occurred somewhilo since, was licw to us, and so may be new to some of tmr readers. It was told us by on'e of the victors, and struck us as especially spicy, iin his inimitable narration, but, wo fear, will looso much of its racincss, in our poor tttylo of story telling. Himself and an othor' pronflnont citizen were opposing electors in our oounty, during an exciting period in our political history, when par ty conventions and gatherings were quite numorous. One of those canio off in a neighboring county, during tho progress of their race, at which Andy 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. — 26 November 1858

4 Swan ifcCoV Lotteries 0 TRIUMPHANT! I ' 1 Th following 6c hem wilt fx -draw- by S Swan 4, Co., Managere of th Spart Anad. finy Lottery In ear b of their Single nrnnh" Lotted- fur November 1658, at AUGUSTA, On., in public, under the superintendence of Commis sioners. , , , . Clna 40 draws Faturdny, Nov. 6, 1S"3. Clans 41 draws Siiturdny, Nov HJ lt?5ci. Ciass 42 draws Saturday, Nov. 20,; 1858. Class 43 draws Saturday, Nor. 27,, 1858. outheNaoo SINGLE NUMBERS! 60,000 Tickets. 5.485 PHIZES! ' Nearly out Prlza to every 9 Ticket MAGNIFICENT SCHEME: TO BE DRAWN EACH SATURDAY IN NOVEMBER. Prize of f.70,000 4 Prixe of.... ......30.0110 4 " " 10.0 0 4 " 5,00(1 4 " 4,0r0 50 '..... .3,000 .ro .... 1 .5(0 100 .... ' 1,000 230 " Approximation Prizes 'I0 HIM) 700 000 600 300 125 100 4 rrixeof$t' Oapxm gto70 000 Prize arefl ,C00 310 30,00(1 200 4 " 4 " 4 4 u 5,000 200 125 mo 75 50 20 10,000 5,000 40011 3,000 1,500 5lli) 400 300 201 10ti,(l00 5,485 Prizes amounting to $320,000 Whole Tickets glO Ha...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 December 1858

A V w TT s J I T V TT TT t TT 11 VI - V TT TT KMT ? f V. t t ' til .' i, '! VOLUME 10. i " r: 4 Mi jS i -5 I-. . " OLAIiKSYIIlE; TENN.',' FRIDAY." DECEMBER '3," 1858; " i t It. V I ' ' NUMBER .3. 1 V f J (a ft i ...1 I n. . THE CHRONIC LIS: , , , - - ' Printed Weekly a doable-median. hetvry Friday morning, by " ' ; NEBLETT & GRANT, -'aMfifttrs and iVopristara.. .XEM8 OlTU PAPER, ,. $2 Per annum, in advance. . . . ; hi, r i i - -- . i ; 1 TERMS OF AnVERTISIJIO. toltnlll SQUARE. OF TWSLVX UNCI OR U Ona Insertion a.t.OO I Twi-mouth ' 4.M Two Insertion Three Iniertion On month . I. SO Tore month Fix month Twelve month 5,00 3,00 9,50 9,00 15,00 From Gleaann'e Pictorial. THE DISCOVERED SECRET. ; BT M189 LTJCT JJRAMHAW. Quack Osgood was one of those kind hearted, smiling, snnny spirits that seem to bare beta born under a happy star, and Whose province it ia to take the evil and tbe good that Frovidence sends with an equal degree of philosophy, and who, in abott, reasoned that as life b...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 December 1858

1 a RW. THOMAS, TMtr '. J. A. GRANT, P""" ItrAI nwrnimnnlcallon mnt be addreeeed loth K.liloi. Business letter to tha euhiUner. tTAfvertlenmenU mml he bended In early on f lmri!iy mornings, or they will be lei ever. - ll .-..JL-,,- .. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1E58. ' tar The N. Y: Timet, in new of the wretcbed maladministration of that city, MT,:. . . ..' Te believo wo express only the nettled judgment of reflecting men, when we say that self-governnifint, with universal 6tif frage. in largo cities, has proved a failure. It does uot answer the purpose of govern ment. : - 'Why restrict the failure to large cities? It is truo the failure sooner manifests it self there, becauso there are found in a more concentrated form, the causes which lead to thb failure ; but the same causes are at work throughout the length and breadth or the country. It requires patriotism, talents, integrity, and ex perience to fashion a government and fit It for the protection of all the great in tcrcsts of the peo...

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

1 LOCAL ITEIV1S. NEBLETT 4, GRANT. Local Editor. . FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1858. CT Chronicle Ojjiet oeer W. II. Bryarlu't Start. J tOr We have been waiting impatiently, for some time, to bear something about the New Hotel, that has been spoken of as a fixed fact. A thing so much needed ought to find furor with all public spirited men in town, and we are sure it would, if the; would reflect, for a moment, upon the im portaece of such an establishment to the character and prosperity of the place. Our landlords do the best they can with the cramped and ill-arranged buildings kept as Hotels ; but they can not accom modate the traveller in the style to which ho is accustomed even in towns of fur less consequence, and visitors are absolutely astonished to find Clarkavillo so far behind the times in accommodations for transient as well as permanent boarders, and go away with unfavorable impressions of the public spirit, pride, ambition, and energy of a people in the midst of so much trade and...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 December 1858

Swan &Cii'y Lotlerius TR lUMPHAT ! CAPITAL PRIZE $50,000! TICKETS ONLY ?10 . The following Scheme will be drawn by S. Soiii A. Co. . Manage' of (lie Pr Acad emy Lottery In h of th.lr Single number Lt l.rh) f..r I . ember IP."f, it AUGUSTA. Ga., in public, under tlie sup- rinteiiUruva uf Commis si ouert. CIiim 44 draws Saturday, Pec? 4, 1S58. Class 45 draws Saturday, Deo 11, 1858. Class in draws Saturday, Dec. 18, 1858. Class 47 draws Saturday, Deo. 25, 185S. oath. rUn o SINGLE NUMBERS'. &U.00O Tickets! 5.rIO DltlZES! Netriy cue Piixe to every 9 Tickets MAGNIFICENT SCHEME: TO UK DRAWN EACH SATURDAY, IN DECEMBER. 1 Prixe of. .....i5n,rmninpritnof 9 0 1 2(1.0(10 10 ' " 800 1 - 10.0 0 1 700 1 5.(100 10 600 j 4,0 0 60 ' 500 1 ' 3,01 0 58 300 1 1.5i 0 100 ' " . . .... 175 10 . . 1,000 225 " " 1"0 Approximation Pttr.cn 4 rriwsofJI' Oapxm gtn,:0 (100 Trias snfl ,600 4 300 " 20,00!l " 1.200 20,00!l ' 1.200 10,000 ' " 1,"00 5,000 " " 9;H) 4000 800 3,1.00 " 600 1,50'J " " 401 lOd.iioo ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 December 1858

H 'f A s CLARKSYILLE," TENN.; FRIDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1858. NUMBER 4. VOLUME 10. yMMOMMMMJMWMJMMIM Mll. Hull I IHmim THE ..OIILtONlOliB., " Printed Weekly on a double-medium sheetevery Friday morning, by , ' NEBLETT & GRANT, 1 - ' - . . Pulliihtr and . Proprietor. , . - ,. TEAMS OP THE TAPER, $2 Per annum, in advance. terms or advertising. FOR ON SQUARE OF TWtl LINES OR I.ESS One Insertion " $l ," 1 Two mouths $4.50 to cry. "Yet that 'must be her with that Sally laughing at? sbnAiniT bonnet and atrired shawl. Iilooks?" 7 t. wonder why she couldn't come in the cars lilce decent people, as well as by way of that lumbering, yellow stage coach?" she continued, with an expression of distress upon her countenance, which was really laughable." . 7 $, . "Never mind the vehicle, my dear ; but be ready to receive your cousin cordially," said Mrs. Lindsay, retiring from the win dow. " Fanny Farloy, having alighted, drew Don't she like my "My name is Sarah, notSally," said the young lady, with...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 December 1858

(Slartsrillt tflitonitlc.- R. W; THOMAS, Edittr J. P NFni.ETT.f ... . J. A. GF.AKT,.. J F h'h"ll , . 1 T.M iimmni)1ciil1on( rnnut be addressed to the f'.-'flnr. Business letters to the publishers. J7 Advertisements rnrisl be handed tn earlyon T.iarsd ly morning!, or Ihe-y will be L't over. - A -. ' U. 1 i FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1858. Rlavert AoiTATto!.It I, becotninp- verj common to liear conservative men, of partica, My tlmt tho ajrifation of the t-'svory qnostion must rcnue; that there i ti mffieictit reason why it should lie kept i:, and that it id doing serious injur to all tlio interests of the country. But it is easier to any it must cease than to put n stop to it ; and a reference to -the out linos of its liintory will show that it will nevcf ceaso whilst locofooo ascendancy curses the country. The democratic party lias lived upon it, throughout its baneful existence, and the Republican party owes its rigin and existence to the ram cause slavory, and with two parties depen dent...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 December 1858

LOCAL ITEfflS. NEBLETT A. GRANT. Local Editor. FRIDAY, DHCEMBER 10, 1858. tT Chronicle Office oter V. II. Bryarlg'i Store. TIIE FEMALE ACADEMY. This Institution, already bo perfect in tha arrangements of the buildings, as well as in its social and educational discipline, we are happy to learn ii in a fair way to be enlarged. The enlightened energy and teal of Dr. Hamilton, stimulating his skill in the adaptation of means to ends, will not stop short of making the Academy bot only the most commodious, comfort able, and tasteful Institution in the whole uountry, but the most eligible seat of learn ing in the South-west. The proposed addition will bo in the rear of the present building, but so much taller as to add greatly to the appcarace of the wholo from Madison street. It will front one hundred foct on the Railroad' with a depth of fifty feet, and bo four sto ries above the basement, in which will be a dining-room Cfty feet square, and other rooms appropriate to that department. On...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 December 1858

4 Swan &,Co's! Lotteries T R I U M P H A N T ! CAPITAL PRIZE $50 000! TICKETS ONLY $10 The following Srheme w ill be drawn l y J. f'wAN At Co., Mmage's tf the Sport Acad nuy Lntlerv In en- li of their Single number Lot teries fur D-cmW IK, at IUGUSTA, Oa in public, under the sup riiiti lideuee of Commis sioners. (Jlnsa 4 4 ilrnwii Krtttirdny, Pec. Clues 45 draws Sfttnriliiy, Dec Class 4G Jruwg Saturday, Dec. Class 47 draws SutuTilny, Dec. 4, 11, 18, 1S58. 1858. 1858. 1S5S. oiilhetton o PINOLE NUMBERS! 50,000 Tickets! 5.51 0 PHIZES! Nearly on.- rii7.e to every 9 Ticket MAGNIFICENT SCHEME: TO UK WtAWN EACH SATURDAY IN DECEMBER. 1 Prim of. ....$.r0.ft;!OIO Prizesof 910 1 t , SW.O'jO 10 ' f00 l jn.o ii i 7oo i 5.000 to wo 1 " .4,0 II .ill " " 500 l ' h 3,01.0 rut " ?nn 1 l.M o ion " . .'. 17S 10 ii ii i.oon 225 " iuo Approximation Vrtr.en 4 Prizes of 4.i9 npxin gto$50 000 Prize arefl. GOO ' 3i 10 20, 000 1,200 4 " 4 " 4 4 ' 4 ' 5,000 250 " 2'!5 2ii0 150 1 1 100 so 10,000 5,000 4l0ll...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 December 1858

H f J.;'., A 1 -. . 1 ' - VOLUME 10. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1858. NUMBER 6; THE CIIRONICLU. Printed Weekly ou a double-medium heele Friday morning. ly .' ': "'.'''. NEBLETT &. GRANT, Fublither$ and Proprietort. $2 TERMS F THE PATER, Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ' pen out square or twelve lines en One Inwrtlon $1 ,01 1 Two montht Two I nuer t lone Three liner Hone One mouth 1.50. 2.0(1 2,50 Three months Si month Twelve month LE $4.50 5,00 9,00 15,00 VOR THE CHRONICLE. THE CELEBRATED LIZARD NEGRO IPS? ' - 1 a. n. what I heard was true. ;. Mr. Marshall hore remarked that the negro had had hi third or fourth attack, and that they occurred every six or eight months, the hoy being reduced to almost a skeleton, would suf fer the most excruoiating pain and would discharge from ten to twelve Lizards at a time, aud then regain his health and strength and appear to he perfectly well until a few weeks hefore an attack, when he would he again seized with all...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 December 1858

(CliultfvUlc Chronicle. - R W. THOMAS) Editor - 1.8. NFM.rrr.f r ',,,),, J. A. GRANT, , 'r"M'r?V ... IT At leotmunntcntlon must be addressed U the Editor. Business letter to th publishers. IT Advertisement most bsj handed in ear'yon Thursday morning, or they will be le't over.. . m: .' ' ! . 1 i ."" " : : q il AisiKsyinp JL 10. -: ' IlIDAY7i)KCKMnEU.17, 1S58. I - 1 , I I II I I Ml I IpST" Accnrrlinr to promise, wo pivfe nn alntraot of tlie Trofiidctit's .Message, on tho first pnge, and from H a pretty correct idoa of the whole rony ho formed.' The reader will lenrn from the document the fact, that the Administration can boast of nothing it ha dono at home, except the bloodless termination of-the Mormon war, and that our' foreign relations ara in a very unsatisfactory condition. Two years have been wasted in apportioning prem iums to partisans, and sqnabbling about Kansas, whilst nothing hns been done to advance the general prosperity of the country, and as little done to promote its...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 December 1858

LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT &. GRANT, Loeol JEJiors. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1858. IT CAronick Qfllcs w W. if. Brgarlji't Store. J$ t&""li yoti ever see the. like, in all your bora days," waa tho oft repeated ex clamation this week, as the skies opened their flood gates and poured down such a duluge as cqnnllnd even the marvellous recollections of the oldc&t inhabitant. We should have been alarmed, lest the tragedy of Noah's flood was about to be repeated, ha'd" we not felt too firmly con vinced of the prodigality of the Divine Author's resources, to look for the same denoumcnt to his post-diluvian Orauia, as his antideluvian ono. The winding up of tho latter was certuinly grand and over whelming, but we foci assured tho last scene of this ono will end in a still more striking catastrophe. Besides we felt con fident so promising an actor as ourselves, would be allowed to finish our role which includes many fine parts to which wo have not yet come, as love scenes, mat rimonial beat...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 December 1858

V 1 MlPI m I WW .HIT LCMMWWWIWWPpI Land nnd Nrgrocs for Sale. II V oidr f th Com (y Court of Montgomery CoHnty, 'trttn , made al the December term of aid court, lfljfl, I shall, on Krid'iy, the 7th day of January lirxt 1 8."! , it the lit reslience of Wm Khemwel'. dee'd, In tne n nh western part of Ihe cnuiiM, District No 4, sell, to the highest bidder, about 330 hcrcs of l:m, consisting! f two traeta, on encli nf whl'b nr gnod selt.emeiits with dwelling and outhouses, situated in fine tobacco raising country nnd good nt Ighboi hood on Piny Fork Creek. AtsO, et tfi m line ti"d place, 7 very likely negroes; a man er"'l ahi nt 35 years, handy work in. n lit rt'n'k'mdhl ij or Carpentering- nnh imin Hbonl Slvears old; another about i3 yesrt of ne-: lsn a byabmt 17 vara old; another alout li years ot l, a grl eged about 12 yearn, oivl number shout lfl yasrsi all very likely and of good f mil I a Pol l" for a division among th lii-lra. Terms nf ' 13 nonlba era lit, except $101 in cntih, t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 December 1858

C'LAEKSVILI ... V t Id JA2J VOLUME 10; CLARKSVILLE, TENN , FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1858. NUMBER 0. THE OlIRONlOLli. Printed Weekly a doubla-merllam shrtvery Friday moroinc by . NEBLETT & GRANT, Publishers and Proprietor. TERMS OV TUB PAPKIl, Per annum, in advance. $2 TERMS OF ADVERTISING. for ows so.ua as or iwim links n LRU $4.0 5,00 9, no 15,00 Dn luaortion t,0't I Two moutln Tw Inaertlona Three inaertlona One month 1,50 Three monlln Six montha Twelve nioulln 9,00 9,50 From the Memphis Bullrlia. tO THE TRUE MVI1IGS" OF SIIKL- BY COUNTY AND OF TENNESSEE. W address you by tbis veneriblo nomen clature because it is one by which we hare ever, in such participation ai we hnve had with the politica of the country, known that we were designating a class of men in which patriotism was paramount to the spirit of Party; a class of men in whose bosoms there glowed the calm and steady but intense sentiment of Amerieanfm, as "contra distinguished from thst which was not so, either in principl...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 December 1858

L II" 1 Clitrbnllc (CfuoniclcJ R. W. 1H0MA8, EttUtr . J. A. GRANT, PWW- I JAI (communications mint be addressed lothe Editor. Business letters to the publishers. Xf Advnrlieamanta meet H handed In early on Thursday mornirgs. or they will be le't over. ' ..FRIDAY, DECEMDRI124, 1858. i . . . '. - . 1 tf-ff" It cem that two or three northern - papers, with freeaoil proclivities, have spo ken in favorablo terms of tho Hon. John Bell, whereupon the Union and American, with more of the spirit of a partiian than the conservative wisdom of a a'atcsman, eagerly seises the opportunity to denounce the distinguished Senator as an enemy to the South. What are tho antecedents of John Bell upon which such a charge can be based? What has ho done that justly invokes the denunciation of Southern lo cofocos? Why he voted npninst tho Nebraska-Kansas bill I Does the Union ami American remember that Cass proclaimed thepassnpre cf that bill the triumph of squat ter sovreignty? Well, what is the infer ence...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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