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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 21 September 1866

CBAKCEZI VatET. CaiKCEST K0T1CES. hi CUnm at ClHHMtfnKlHb I Oktaaerj; a ClartiTlllay Tea. A rtoaceir , Clarksvllle,' April Terna, U tb clerk' office, thsncery WO, T. IK Jaa, Complainant, vs. Joseph. I n, '""' normay, oep.cmoer w Keith. IT. C.UatWt sail CP. Rnak. da.1 4L Barak . Jones, ft at, lendanta, ft-. i I linat, tt, Ik r. Mitchell and otter, It anuearln l tlx TaMf tha Vaa defend. defeadanUL uii J as. Keith. 1L l) ('MM. mm! I'Wntf t appearing una amoavit dim ia wis r. Back. are raoo-rraldroti of rite Mai u ft , mat u OmKulMkt, M. U. K Bcaire. Ynumi It to therefore ordered that they oa wi SHfeaaa, ora wli tu enter their armearaim herein before or with, State of T ; It It laerefure ordered I the Brst three dart ia? tha arat term of I J eairr ull hmiiki tmu oe- eMd Couat, to be held oa the third Monday HW h Bo tana days of tha next ia aext, If! a. aad plead, ensures r""r u iwn, oa acta o w ioim denar toeoesalaiaaaS hill, or tha lama will Hon.!? in October aest, 18, anal plead, taks...

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. — 28 September 1866

CLARKSYJLLE WEEKEY VOLUME 2. OLD SERIES, VOL. 15. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1866. OLD SERIES, NO 20; at NUMBER 12. MONROE & WHARTON, Storage, Forwarding, , . AND r COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Warehonss NO 126 COURT STREET, MEMPHIS, TETVN. t& Literal advances mad on Consign ments Aagurtl7, 18CG-3m WATCHES AND JEWEL R Y ! . AT " r COOKE'S! V Sold at New York Prices. . ". At the Old Stand Public Square, :p' '' Dtc. 15, 'C5-ly 'iH Clarksville, Tcnn. O. rIZ. JONES, INSURANCE, Real Estate and Collecting Agent CLARKSVILLE, tenn. REPRESENTS THE BEST TIRE, MA rltiB and Lift Insutrance Companies in tliii country. Will Buy, Rent, and Sell Houses, Low, and Farnia, and glvo prompt attention to the Collodion of ail Claims in t Montgomery, Robertson, and Stewart coun ties Tenn., aud Christian county, Ky. Jan. 6, C6-ly . 0. REXINOER, WHOLESALE GROCER AND PKALEB IX Foreign and. Domcstle M ines, Liquors Cigars and Tobacco, oo a. rvaiio bqcarb ad stbawdebby aeiit, . CLAIIKSVILLE, TEN...

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. — 28 September 1866

s wt (Mwrade. I. I. SIBLSTr. J. A. 0X4 KT. XI ILin A CBAXT, rriLiaam and rmrairroM. TllXSi Tkree Dollars per year, la alTtnce. R. W. THOMAS, EDITOR Clarksville, Tena.t FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. 28, 1866. BETTER LET THE NST ALOXE. Genera Dix, in hit oration on the occasion of laying the corner t to tie of the Dougta monument, speaks of it an one of the marvols of the age, thut the Carolines, Georgia, Alabama and Florida abolished slavery in Kentucky, Maryland and Delaware. Itscenis to us that the less Northern politicians say about the manner tn which slavery was abolished, the bet ter it will be for the credit of the .North and of the federal government The merest pettifogger knows that if the Southern States were never out of the Union, the President had no more right to interfere with slavery, in their limits, than he had to abol ish the use of locomotives on North ern railroads. And to impute merit to the Southern States for ratifying the constitutional amendment; is about as sensible a...

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. — 28 September 1866

i She Cbronirtf. J. A. GRANT, Ratm or AovtaTitito. One Dollar IqUN Of Tt LLKH. . , CLARISVILLE. ain. zs, in tie. AtrnmiM, Plaint The next regular meeting of Clarlurill Delnge Fire Company No. 1, will be held at the hall on 8trawberry, Alley , neit Tuesday evening, October 2d, at ? o'clock. By order of the President. W. A. SOLOMON, Secretary. C no lz HA. On this subject, we are happy to be able to repeat what wai laid hut week that op to thla date, there baa not been caie here. We hope, however, that our safe ty to far, will not relax our effort to ktcp off the terrible scourge. The weather teemt to have Invited It, aud the Invitation may be accepted at any moment Every precau tioo should be taken, against the disease, as long as there Is a case In the country. Pomona! Mr O. F. PasaoorT, O. M. of the I. O. O. F.'s In this State, paid the Lodge in this city visit last Tuesday night. He is a worthy representative of this noble order.' He I expected to return to our city again to-morrow...

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. — 28 September 1866

CHANCERY COURT. 1 la Chancery f Clark vWp, Tcnn, In CHancery Court, ClnrUoviltc, April Term, 1"6, P. N. Mrl complainant, v. Joseph Keilh, H. C. Catlett an C.a Buck, de - fondant. It appearing to the Court ttiat tha defend ant, J as. Keith, 11. C Callvtl, and Churle )'. Buck, are nun-rcsidttats of the- State of TenntMdvo : It if therefore ordered that they enter -their appearance herein before at witb in the fint three day of the next term of raid Court, to be held on the third Monday in Octolwf next, 1806, and plead, answer or (Wmnr to romplalnont't bill, or the tame will be take fbf confessed as to them, and cot fr heating; est parte; and that a copy of tbit imt or punnsnsa for ronr successive weeks in tbe Clarksville Chronicle. A copy attests W.T. 8ncitnoRn, c. a u, flciry k Shackelford, tol. lor coin. Kept. 14, 1866-tw-prs. fee 13. In Chancery at Clarksvillc, Tcnn. AT Rules held In the clerk't office, chance ry court, Clarksvllle, Monday, fc'ept. 3d, 1 8C6. J. 0. 8hacklford, comp...

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. — 5 October 1866

-v r, . . i . . . . t .1 U. i'iMki ! I . .;-!UJl iin tn rt-i X' i ' . ' ; r.d . at J -iu ,.'- .. -a ..m .;! .-. ... . . , , ' , ii r . ... - .- - .i - " s. ; VOlUMfi 2. . ' J " i ,..,.t,i..,r. ..l... If. rl.o .11 . . . OLD SERIES, VOL. 15. V CLARKSYILLE, TENN,TItIDAY, ; OCTOBER 5, 18CC. ' . (, ",'' . ' , ) 4 J , ' r 1 .y j II I', ' ' ' ' lit M' "if I j I r- . 1 1 if ! !1 K ' I ii:. Millinery " Establishment t " 'ifa.- B ROSENFIELD, " 1 . i .. BONNETS, JIATS, .TRIMMINGS .1 AND 1 ' i , : . I.-.-- ii FANCY GOODS, evrrth!nf ' pertaining t5 thl .ri 'j"i 'i i Lino of ; TrHdc? iV"! !"' ,.. utfV,'f And Host Approved Stylos. ..i." '.; n ?..!.- -.' ; :.. ' .i t&T.(M at he itroreroom, Fmnklia-ft. r ,.irri( 'i f j .I v. ' Miriy eppofiu tbe Court Home, and runtn- i ' n i ' !', .. talitock nd prices. ' ' ' ' ' ' , . .-. n . : . ; . Mrs. Winston, A Uij of acknowledged taste l connected with tbil honse. and would be pleased to lee her old friendi and actjnrfiotnncci. ' .'. WM. W..MUBY, oftaona....

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 5 October 1866

9 CJjc qroiiitte. J. I. MSLKTT, JfEBLBTT Jt GRAXf,. risus.ir.ot ko yaoruiBTsn. IKBMSl Tbrce Dollars per jear, In advance. II. THOMAS, ..EDITfiit. CIrk.4Ystl, 1tuft. nriDAr, ocrouEn..... -...6, teee. W Iibtc seen Hints, from South ern sources, that, iaaHinuch ai it aecm probable that nothing short of the adoption of the constitutional amendment will appease Hectical wrath and gain for Southern Repre sentatives scats in Congress, it would he well to seriounly consider the pro priety of taking that step. It is ar gued that negro suffrage will nlti- ranteljr operate to the prejudice of the Radicals, and that its present advan tajro to the South will countervail its future evils. This may all bo true, hut we shall not stop to argue it, for the simple reason that the amendment involves a question of Southern lion or, in comparison with which negro suffrago sinks into Insignificance The amendment disfranchises the allcHt and purest men of the South, and forever, and before we would give ou...

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. — 5 October 1866

MW;Mxanitk. i. 8. NSBLKTT, r.i "J. A. GRANT, I1"" ' IUtM r Adtiktuums. On Dollar pet sauar of Ji tin, . - CLARKSVILLR.,.,. ,.()0T. S, 1866. ftivixa Sluice-Rer. A. i. Bairo, O. D., tf Neshritl, will preach at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, In tbls city, th Seren ing a; ?J o'clock. , . . - jlEMMfitft that the Fair will commence on - Tuesday, tba . lOtli lent, and continue fire day. Let ao on fcirget the day, or fall to to present. J - , ' ' ' ' ' -, The Cholera still prerails in Hopklnsrlll wtiert there were ten cases from Sunday (it to Wednesday . i . Elbotwi The election of city officers romesoff to-morrow. We hare no tote, but an equal Interest with those who hare, la the prosperity of the town, and hope that the officers elected will prore worthy of the trust confided to them. ' ' - Chomba. On Friday night Inst, a negro woman died of cholera, In tbls city. Since , tliat time, we hare beard of no other case, and infer from the fact, that there has been no oihvt, after the laps...

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. — 5 October 1866

ClMSCHtr Cf URT? la Cnansrrr fnwiayfllf, Teatt.' I r.tT Court, Clarksville, April Term, im, F. RV Utrr, complainant, vs. Joseph Keith, If. CI GatieU and. C I'. Buck, de randan K Il appearing to Ihe Conrt that tfir defend nt. J mi. Keith, II. C. Catlrtt, and Charles F. Buck, rc non-residents or the Stale of Tennessee i It hi therefor otnVreil' that tlirj enter their appearance herein Uforear with in the first three days if the next term o' raid Court, to be hold on the third Mondm la October nut, 18fi, and plead, answer nr. ''m of mid Oonrr, to le held On tha third rniur ta-rompUiaoala bilor thf aama wi;i,lJdy n October next, 18fi, and plead, te tsken fur confessed as to them, ami anfwer or demur to complainants bill, or tha for nearinp ex Parte j and Hint e copy of Hud order he published for four successive Weeks in the Clarksville Chronicle. A copy attest: ; i ,. '" W. T. Sha aixrosn, r, A M Heiry h Shackrtferd, ml. for coin. , .. , Sept 14y l8fiC-4w-pr. ft 3. , In. Chancery at Cla...

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. — 12 October 1866

VILLI WBEIJLY . CHRONIC H i J ' UJUJ. CliA KIR ' " " mm' 1 -1- 3 (VOLUME 2'. OLDEST nOlSE IN THE CITY. Ewtabllwhod lS4.fi. T. ft B. E. IlcCulloch, CLISISTItLE.,. TENNESSEE. II AVE rewired and opened for sale their XX large and etegaai Mock or Clothing and Gent's Far nishing Goods, to which they respectfully Invite the attcn tioo of their friend and the Public Generally Thills THE LARGEST AND V. i BE3T ASSORTED Stock brought to this city since 1860. It has been purchased far Oassli and will be sold as low as any retail establishment caa sell. We keep constantly on hand, Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Collars, Drawers, Cravats, Suspenders, Hosiery, Gloves, Roots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Canes, Umbrellas. Handkerchiefs, Trunks, Valicee, Carpet Sacks, Traveling toga, Bbawie, rura ana notions. Call and eiamlne onr stock. We feel confident we can please yon. T. R. E. McCulloch. 19 John O'Brien and G. W. McCauley, caiesnieB. September 21, 1866-ly Iffew Store! Tlionipsion fc Scott. WE IIAVE JUST O...

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. — 12 October 1866

1 L . J .' -as; (lilrdni tit t tr; -I ii. ; j. k- utivT. J. I. XMLETT. MCBLF.TT A'tRAXT, I't Bl IHICHB AND n.'TKHTLllU. i ,TKK.M$: Three Hollar per yeJir, in advance. R. W. THOMAS,. KDITOIi. llarkavlllc, Trim, t FRIDAY, OCTOBKR. ..12, 1800. Mori Mcmimatiox. White Urn. C. A. Battle wf In Philadelphia attending the Wit National Union Convrniion, bciug a map xealous for Sabbat b Schools, ha went to a publishing house to which ba wo recummen ded, and enqnlretl if be Could get up a Sab bath School library nnexceptionable to the South. ThfT replied: ""We have no eui'li book, nor would we publish utli if they were offered to u." He then went to the American Baptist Publication Society, uinde imilaf enquiries and received, in eubatiince, the tame rrply. Tuskegre (Ala ) Stmt. More humiliation, truly) Tho re ply of the publisher is humiliating to Christianity and the character' of man, and the application of Gen. But tle is a damaging reflection upon the wisdom, self-respect and enterprise of...

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. — 12 October 1866

3. WC1JLETT.1 , . 1. Am QfcAHT, I It mi or AovuTume.' square of tu LIS. Out Dollar per CtAJtKaTILLE.......-,..,..OCT. 12, 18C. ... TABLKAII. Amengtt the most Interesting txhibltioDi of Um ooming wk of tb Fair, will b the Tableau, at Fowler Ball, on Tuesday, Wednesday aod Friday night. These arc for the benefit of the Episcopal and Metho dist Churches, and tbe proceeda to be devoted to tbe enlargement and refitting of tbeee 'cttrobet. Tbo ladlee of our city, without regard to denomination, Lave moat geaer- 'oaalj tolnnteered their aid to these perform ance, and hence they promise such an en tertainment of tbe kind as our public bare rarely witnessed. , Were we at liberty to giro tbe names of the young ladies, that will compose tbe grouping of so many beau tiful pictures, nothing else were needed, to - attract an immense attendance. We saw a list of their names, and there is not one among them, not especially fitted to repre sent Beauty to any body's Beast And a programme of their. Ta...

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. — 12 October 1866

Soots, fejhoea, XIatw AND FKINBIIIHG GOODS. VALLIANT & LANDER nAVE HOW IN BTORB th largest and best assorted stork of Shot, Hats and rurntiuiog uoed ever owned ia tiii mar ket. so e aws Uropians of the best Dranas in tne country. 10 eases Kip Boots. 25 cases Gent's Fine Boot. M cases Ladies Shoes, of all ftjlCS and qualities, Children's Shoes, CTCrj vari ety. I lOur l took of Ladies and Children' Fine feboea, mad Uent's Fine Boots, bare been made to oar own order by an experienced Baltimore workman, and of tbe best Haiti koto and Imported materials, and In this de partment we can furnish at fine on article at an be bought in suy city. Oar Mock of IiaU le larger tban we hare ever before had, and being bought from tbe manufacturers, we a easily compete with tbe eastern market. We bare a full line of Hoop Skirts, of all the newest patterns, Ladles and Gentlemen's Underwear, G lores, Hosiery, Ac. Also, a full stock of Trunks. We Invite an exami nation of oar stock, and guarantee onr...

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. — 19 October 1866

J r tiii., i;MwwiVt. J - 1 -f - -- t r- - Ti' -.r.ii.n n yn - , .ilt.iT mi" linn i . iiii, nil n m b , N . J1MjM zteo vi:uV;rr.r;ntuj .... VOLUME 2. OLD SERIES, VOL! 15. CLARKSVILLE, TENN . ; FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 9, 1866. : OLD SERIES NO, 23f. KtTSf BXK .15. fH y II J i II IN II fx 7 V ' II 1 1 J 1 1 J II 1 J MM II J II Mil . II II OLDEST HOUSE IN THE CITT. EHtabliwliod 1845. T. &.R. E. HcCulloch, CLAftKSTrLLtJ...,...'.......NNESaEf. IT ATE received and opened for sal tbelf 11 Jorge and elegant itock of Clothing and Gent's Fur nishing Goods, to which they respectfully Invite tba attea tioo of their friend and tba Public Generally Tbii it ' THE LARGEST AMD r, ' BEST ASSORTED Block brought to this city sine 1800. It hat dmb purchased for Oixasli and will b told u low m any retail establishment can tell. . . We keep constantly on band, Coats, Pants, Vesta, Shirts, Collars, Drawer, Cravats, buspendert, Hosiery, U lores, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Canes, Umbrella. Handkerchief", Trunks, ...

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. — 19 October 1866

m mm J. i. kKBLCTT. fil J . i. ORAi rim.iRHCM amd raoraisvoas. , . ; .TERM$l, Tbrtt Dollar per rer, In advance. R.W. TIIOMAS,...; .EDITOR " Ciarka. JUe, Tenn. , RiDAT, OCTOBER-.,., ,'.19, I860. vov .11 THE AMENDMENTS...;; 1 1 , nut ! v ' ' ' '"' ' W regret to learn that jth New ( Orleans 'icaytti advocateTjWrati. : fioation of th pending constitutional amondmentfl, ' and that tlcre ure, in . other quarters, indications of weak "cess on this point, which betray, too , clcart, the want of that high south cm tone once the boast f our peo ple and the aafeguart) of their honor. The ' argument relied upon for the . support of no disgraceful a surrendor of Invaluable rights is, that it will .eeoure soutbvru, representation in Congress and enable ua to fight the Radical upon that theatre. .' -Even if this should be the result, we will have gained nominal representation . at the oout of honor and of rights that ;catf never be regained.;. But will it -secure representation? i We think not Mor...

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. — 19 October 1866

(51 3. ft, JtSaLKTT,' t -rj;.. ) lUa M ATtav--Ori tolla per iqun of ra um - CLABK3TILLE....W,...,,0CT, !,' 1IC6, va ... t i'.h .1 AE. FAIB. .. -, W '.:. -no lUuLtt Do yon tee yonder cwud". thtt's r ia snap or emi r , , , , Pot.oMtv--By th mass-, tit like i tamel, f iadeed. ".- ' y Ham.TMtblnks It ia Ilka a weasel. A PotomtSIt it backed Ilk a twr HAnt-onikii whaiT ; ; ,TT .erw. I'm okics Verv Ilk ft wbalv' '"' . ' , .Mawrpnrrs, ' .' ' Joli oonossd JJeaof old Poloaios about th etouif, to oamethlnf llk oor wa reml- -ntsencM aboot th first two days of our ' Fair, Butt that w undertake to cull from Jo , many pleasant pioturet torn that art taott worth of reproduction,. ..- ' .. t,vn .t tttst Mt i. V ' Tuesday morning, tbt first day, was tub' red In by an unclouded ion, wbicti true to Us Erst fresh tparkle upon tb dewy land . (cape, aheae with bU beat and brtghest rayl t p to bis yiug glories Bpon tbe western bill , tope. But we bart'nt space to get enthused, ' Ub6' the) 'day, and tb scen...

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. — 19 October 1866

11 , kExnCKi iasd roa ftur,.. 'IMIE rNDKRSriO WILL SELL pri x vault, two konaVtoT, acres at tbe very best land la Todd county. un hundred acres in vultiable timber,, and the balaaea 0 a " M'jflt ewtfo af cultivation-, well wtttml bv never falling springs, tuid th mitten of West roric running through It. Said ferns it sit Mted two miHct wrt of Trenton, and to cub Ton lent lo eeveral Mills. Persons wlshiug to purchase, wonli do well to call and see h. I can always Im Jound at mj residence nnr by. , , LEWIS W. GARTU. Oct. S, l868-2mo lr. JT. A.ltOUHKIAUX " The French Cancer Doctor I HJKKS Cancer, Wen. Carbuncles, Anchy- U Um (of itlff Joint,) Chlorosis, Syphilis, Can b consulted, for a short time, at Mas, Mat's, opposite the cotjrt-houie. Clark. v-ilta.- Permanent office, No. 14. Jefferson street, betweea 8th and 8th, Louisville, Ky. -r- Kept. 28, 1806-3ia . ilootsHhocH, II lit H FURNISHING GOODS. VALLIANT& LANDER HAVE, NOW IN STORE tha largest and best assorted stock of Shoes, HaU...

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. — 26 October 1866

mfmmmmm.mp,. -'m i ... j int. .,.,,,,, , -'.-.. ' - - . aa r . r n 1 . a i m. i , mmr . m -i v - m ' .ar . at a as IWWMMIMMMNMMMawMMBWMMl - ' ' 1 ........ t TT IJVC VOLUME 2. OLD SERIES, ;V0I,.. i5; --- CLAMSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, OCTOBER' 2C 1866. t OLD SERIES, KO; 24. NUMBER 16. 3 wifT OLDEST HOUSE IN THE CITY, Established ie43. T. & B. E. IlcCulloch, aHKSTILL8-,I.XX....,TKNNESSER HAVE received and opened for Ml tb large and tlegant stock of Clothing and Gent's Fur nishing Goods, to wblck thy respectfully Invito tha atten tion of thlr friends and the Public Generally THE LARGEST AMD ' ! BUST ASSORTED, Stock brought to ibii city since 1860. It has been purchased Tor C7n.HU and win bi told as loir m any retail establishment can Sell. We keep constantly on hand, Coats, Pants, Vesta, 'Bkirta,' -Collars, Drawers,- Cravat, 8uspenders, Hosiery, Gloves, Boots, Shoes, Hats Caps, Canes, Umbrellas. Handkerchiefs, Trunks, Valices, Carpet Sacks, Traveling Rugs, Shawls, Furs and Motions, 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. — 26 October 1866

Wat (ffftifM&J .Pili ! J. I. BBSbSTT. , X. -.fci J.,A.(BAT. ymm GRAXT, r .3! H I TEEMS I Tarte Dollar per year, la advance. t- . - c- j; . VT. THOMAS,..!.. .EDITOR: ' "'Clarktrlltej' Tenn. tJ . - - .. tlDAr, OOTOBEK..k:w,.ft.-...i.!e, 18C0. CONFISCATION. im, Wo tea It announced, ia lome.pa-' par, lb it tlirfl ii to be ao axtensivt ' Wlo of confiscated . lands at Port Jlojtd, and on sow of tha oontigu- ' oni iilands.' Remembering the fate of tha Arlington estate, and of some othera In i lower Virginia, wa would not have been larprised. at this an r Uncemeat, Lad we oot remembered alaothat tha Preside tit told a dele gation from a southern . State, that they need not be nneaey about their landa because there can be no confis cation without prerious trial and con-' miction. , Hare the owuers of Port Eojal and the Sea Islands been tried and convicted of treason ? ' If not, what ia the pretext fur this act of 'confiscation ? The peoplo' of those localities are not more guilty than " ...

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. — 26 October 1866

i K.M a AotHTiaia-OtM Dollar per tqaare of MM UM.. .i rji it V !LA KSfjLj.fi."., TaaUO Tlirta.-f riday nigbt last, tht etoelaf olo$ of tht three exhibition-!, wai A asost brlU!at SiiAl of lh eerie of charm ing ptcUrrw presented by oar young gantle t and ladles for tht benefit of tb eburch . 'At largess bed benu in ttrO previous od!DCM,,lhty Were both eclipsed by the 4mw throng, that pecked Fowler' Hell n Friday bight. Tb Tabic ea this evening, VltV their varied and 'picturesque beauty,1 Vera wll worthy of bo th test 'pad Am illness of thtlr fitfr performers, and the tom and faahlocrble patronage they re eeirsd. The firrt onV"Beautjl and the. Beast" with its six, shifting scenes, was admirable portrayed, In tb barecter of the former, by wtt tf oar f!reet damsels, and In the latter, by one 9f ugliest mask? ere ever taw, thotigh beneath It waa, we are told, a real My kill ing eoaateaaaca, This Tablean reverses the vsual htsWy of lot, 'Which oftener begins With til1 Prince an 4 end with...

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