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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 December 1858

9 ... LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT At GRANT, "Local Editor. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1858. ' m ST Chronicle Qfici over W.4I. Bryarly's Siort-xt The Fimalk Academy. We call the ipecial attention of our readers, to the ad vertisement published in our paper to-day, of the Clarksville Female Academy. It i not only an ornament, but an advant age to our city and community, Its suc cess has been unparallcd, but wo do not believe it has succeeded one inch beyond its intrinsic merits. Dr. Hamilton, the able and accomplished President, has won 'the confidence and should receive the grat itude of our community, for the energy and ability displayed by him in placing the Institution at one bound upon a basis that is permanent and enviable. The fac ulty is inferior to none in the South West, and wo believe the Institution is destined to take position in tho very front rank. Parents may rest assured that the minds, manners and morals of their daughters will bo attended to. We commend the Institution to tho pa...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 December 1858

Land and Negroes for Sale. BY ardaraf th Cui.ty Court of Montgomery Cesrnty, Tenn . mud at lha December term of Mid court, 18.'.H, I hall, on Friday, the 7th day of January next 1S59, at tho lata reel Je nee of Wm 8hemwet. dee'd, In the a.inh western part of the eountv, District No. 4, aell, to the highest bidder, about 330e.reof land, consisting of two tract, on ech of which are (rood Jsettlcment, with dwelling and outhoue, sltusied in a fine tobacco raiting country a lid good neighborhood oa Piny Fork Creek. Alao. at the me time ai! place, 7 very lik-iy negroeai a man aged about 35 yeara, handy work man at Blacksmithlug or Carpentering; eno'her man about 51 yrara old; another about 22 years of age alao boy about 17 veara old) another Soot 14 yeara old, a girl aged about 12 yenra. and another ahout 10 yeara i all very likely and of good famllle. Sold for a diviaton amon g the heir. Terma of aale 1? rronllis credit, except $101 In caah, to h pill on the lnd; note wlih good aecurity ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 January 1859

" " .' ' " "' "" ' " V' ' '" " ; T- -. 'w!?f:-1 ' V t'"T " of r '.) a ... .:-'.', :f13 ';A:L ' - ' "' - '- .i'- " J"-' "' eirnt :v, .n-.ffi, e iilwT- - X -! . 1 .r x 1 . n 1 A , VOLUME 10. clarksyilliCtmn. St' v O THE CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly on doabli-rneilluin t)icetTry TrUmj morning, by ' ' ' r ' , NEBLETT Su GRANT," Pullithtrt anUTrvprietort. . , TEIIU8 OF THI PAPEE, i . $2 Per annum, in advance. TERM3 OF ADVERTISING. . . Fn4( IQD1RI OF TWCLVI-i,INE B Lr.lt On insertion il,0 f Two moutha 14.50 Tw innartioos Thras InwrtioBt On mouth 1,50 Tbree mtiiili 5,00 9.00 2.50 Six month Twelve month 9,WI 15,00 ; -; " JESSY., ; A TAtE OF OLD LO.IDON BKIDQB. The Thames, three centuries ago, had characteristics esscntiallj different from those that distinguish it in the present da j, Qone are the palaces aud gardens which, from Whitefriars to Westminister, adorned its hanks; the six oared, canopied barge has given place to the smoky steam- boat; the waterman's occupation, by the erection of s...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 January 1859

- J.Li.. L Jl ."J!'Uj"!I'Ug F.m tfi .fsehvll! Palrfrt. LETTER FROM GEN. JAMES M, QUARLE3. , I . V CtaAUR r vi Lt b, Dee. 22, 1858. Mem-. Ettitnr$":-tinc'th announce meet, in the press, of oar distinguished Representative in Congress that he did not desire a re flection, I have received nam. erous call both through the newspapers and by letter from my friends in the dif ferent counties on n poking this Cone-roc-aional District, to permit bit nsma to be used before a nominating convention of our party, as a candidate to represent this district in the neit Congress. Returning to thorn my anfoisned thanks for the com jliment manifests', in the calls and for tho rcry flattering terms ia which th-y have seen fit to speak ef ros personally ia connection with this high trust I nave only to add that I am candidate for Con press ia this district subject to the isti Ccat'on of my party in convention assem bled. Respectfully1 , JAS. M. QUARLES. Fer thCla-k Tills Chronicle. . Dovir, Tins., Dec, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 January 1859

n r LOCAL ITEniS. NEBLETT k. GRANT, Laeal EdUtn. FRIDAY, JANUARY 7,1 850. tTCfmnlcU OJfie imt Pickering d) Elf Star. CT8nber1ptlon for ths praaent rear mutt be al4iadvac. Wanted Immicdiately. A boriomo 18 or 17 yetrs old, who has a tolerably good education, and possesses good mor tal character, to learn the printing bus! btss. None othor need apply. t&" W spent moat of Christmas week In the country, where we enjeyod oarself to the utmost degreo. To one so closely confined as we are compelled to be, by the rigorous demands of our business, which Veqnires our constant personal attention, 'a visit to tbe country is indeed like an oaia in a desert, and contrasts most picas antly with tbt roatine through which we liare to pass when at our office. We had he pleasure of attending sereral social parties, where we were surrounded by a throng of protty girls and gallant young nan, for which Montgomery County is so noted ; and "Cupid the little god. of happy lorers spread his glittering pi...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 January 1859

R - '-tF,tl V.WWItV 11 a Land and Negroes for Sale. BY order of the Coiu.ty Conrt of Montgomery County, Tenn, made nt the December term of ald court, I . I shall, ou Friduy, the 7th day of Janimr) uext 1159, nt the Intn re4len.ee of Wm. Khemwell, deo'd, in (no n lrlh-western purl of Ihs county, I)ilrict No 4, sell, to the highest bidder, about 331 acres of l.md, consisting f two1 trneta, on each of whhih ura good r-ett.emenls, with dwellings and oiitlio'.isra, situated in fine tobacco rtiti lift country and good neighborhood on Piny Fork Cre.-k. Aim, at the a. m tine and place, 7 very likely dp j; run; nian P"il bbolit MSyeure, handy work man t B'a.-ktnithlng or Carp 'ntmlug; ano'her man about yrura old; mi ill.er nlitut 2 yeara of m-i alao a btyab'til 17 v-nr old; another about 14 yeara ol I , a g rl eg.'d about 12 years, and another shout 10 yours; nil v.-rv liknly and of (nod f.imlll.e. Pol .1 for a divUloil nrnong tl'e heirs. Term of sale 52 re onlha credit, except $101 in canh,...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 January 1859

A ......... r, 17,1! , , ,v,.,f, 'iM, ,r, .,..... .1,.: ............ iV? V . ' -"';' Wri- t;.:.jj",. 1 1 j f viri ant! V iil I n,,M"M ! i7U .-.s,i-.r.-.i I ..., ' ' ' MM MM V0LMEtl(hio rlco!, TllErCHllQNlCLEv . ) . ii ! ijm ; ' Printed Wookly'eii uoublt-mlum'aheetevel-y Friday morning, by y!'I (..hhk.. NEBLETT '&"GRANT, .Ht'ilifi end rroptietoi"'2 I y rmm TERM OF frife'fAtEK $2. Per ratliititn, innadYapcjpi TERMS OFjAIff JEMiI59li.i- Va'3t!J squaaa r.TWgtV' LlNr.l ., (.fw "One huxftidtt'i Two months .'14.50 .Two Insertions ' Three Iniortioni One inonll 1,50 I Tbw month " 5,OOtnothing 40 lum, dui who me uuuvuyiuu 2,nn fix month. S,50lTweW month 15,00 " 'Fr m lh Memphis OnlUUii. OKVICU lur viiiiniiiiunt M.J ) BT MART 8sA5JA.,Jn!'I1LI:tt- f'Oome aniliolp mo todress y" Motor, fof,CH,riatn1a;toninMAlic,,? aaid. CtrrUUj inquired Carrie." '- I Walton : 'I have my evorgreeu letters all flnialied, and 'have' now only to tack them ' ' - - M I. , "ii I - 4 I fc. j Dress 'yduf-toom'V' -cW;l...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 January 1859

L la. V. THOMAS, BdUit B. NFM.ETT, 71 J.' A GtANT CTAI eiommunleoilons mint he idilrfwil tcth Editor. ;Buainee4r(bre t the publishers, fyAeVertiaemenl mnst be bunded la early oa Thursd'.y morning, or they will be lei ever. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1859. SfflrTha Loolon 77m thinks it strange that the United States should hare canse of. war with almost evory Stale, from V Oaif of Mexico to Cape ITorn, and wond ers that the weaker power should so uai formlj he the ap-prr-sr ors. Were this true, it woatj be a singular coincidence ; but it should be borne in mind that our Govern ment, la the hands of locofooos, has a pe culiar taetin finding cause of warjwith the weak, when. this same causa would author ise no. such conclusion with reference to a first clnss power. The o (Boers of State and Federal governments are elected, now-a-days, by a rabble, and the administration is 'shaped o as to ticlclo the fancy of those to whom the officers are indebted for their election. . A rabble is always law...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 January 1859

1 ' ?-:o or. V I ... . .A local items. . '-jf -.-"?. 3 "kh" ,pyu" ' NEBLETT AVGRANT.L! Edittrt. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1859. fcr Chrv'mUU OJfiet ber Pickerinj ej Ely's 8tert. ET Subscriptions for th presrnt yesr matt be lpM In advance. ISjv Decidedly tie most pleasant of all tour incident connected with our late re creation from business and labor, was a trip to Nashville on the steamer Sallie West, in charge of those universal favor itci. Captain Corbitt, and clerk Kagan. The Sallie West is, aa all who liave ever travelled pn her know, one of the most pleasant and well ordered boats on our waters; apd Corbitt and Egan are known from ' Burksvillo to the Gulf, as High Priests of their craft. . We left here on Friday evening, and Tad a delightful run to Nashville, living on the beet of faro, and enjoying, in the interim of good eating, the society of the agreeable officers and passongcrs of the .beat :. After short stay in the City of Recks, the many incidents of which we are sorry -we e...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 January 1859

llHH J. lS ii:i al . , , . 7 ' T T f t a- 'V n t TimWAS'ct'iniOTIIER,-. t Yfholrmlr. and lliVtll Drtitjnt$, CI; A KKVI LISTENS.' .,- T WILL' Continue jo sefl Drugs, l'stntr, Glass, fer fiimery. BookivkUltonery, Oils, fibe; 4c, al reduced prioee for ea.h, or lo Fund II II I dea lers on lima, payable lal July and fVt January. TtsWli I Iicihiim, having returned from CflU'orniH to Clink. ville, for the purpose r.mi king it Hi fiittir "horn will-Ink bhawvttl ihe FM.rn, una give n ins enure, personal attention To Ilia old friends and ncqtlaiutanc, nothing tired be said to rrconiim lid J.ini except to say, call and sea. him, for, hy su doing, ,t-hey will fiii J kka 4La same "HonnnK," ready la give entire satisfaction " A ....... i - . . " 4o all bo iwuy.vor Um puceru will) llieir cue In ciWng fTie attention ofdnf many friend to til a bora Card, we cannot refrain from returtiiag oar warmest thanka let tin ir very long and cou- 'innen eustvrm HT Remember (lie Drug Slora on tlje. Publia Squar...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 January 1859

a i u i.i. ii L'-'-'ll.l IlLJ'-l 'i' !r;'; " - U '-- I Hi 1 . - r J1U ...---.-X JUJ I r; L J J J L'lBJLi L . V 1 1 ' .'i"li.-l,U '.Jig Volume 10. CLARKSYILLE, TENN' FRIDAY; "JANUARY 2i, 1859. - NUMBER 0. THE CHRONICLE . frlnted WwUy on a donbl-indim sliMtev.ry FftUy morning, by J " NEBLETT &' GRANT, .Paliiiaers aaJ Proprietor. J ,' J terms, or iBE rAPiR;, '4 $2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. '. m out sqca r twilvb links ex lk Onlnwrtion ' $1,01 1 Tw monlln Tw inMrtioot 1.50 Three moaftli. 8lx months Twelv. mouth 5,00 'TbrM lartloDi 'Oa. month . 3,00 3,50 9.00 15,00 t' " .., Ftr the Clarkivilli Chronicle. .a corm-ncinET in early TIMES. ""T- .,' 1 - I was sojourning a few day in one or 'the border counties of Tennessee, in the 7eai 1821, and whilo there, the Quarterly Court convened. Being a man of leisure, I had lounged about tbe Tillage until tired of the place: and had concluded to resume my rambles, when an acquaintance I had formed in the towu, persuaded me to s...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 January 1859

(ElarltfviUe- (tlwnidc R. V. THOMAS, Editor If Ar GRANT, TTAriflonemiinlnnlions tnsf be eddreesed tcth Editor. Business UUeri to the publishers. itTAdvsrtlsemnntt mnst b handed In early on Thursday morning, or they will be Ic't over. 'U iinnonnclni Aarrlsf and Deaths, free; Oblfautrs ana1 Tributes tf Rcp-rct, over ten liar charged for. V T ; r, 1 .1 FRIDAY, -JANUARY. 21, ie59. U-I Mil. -1.-, , . . JL !-. BaJ""For tome ! week past, tha organi zation of tin opposition, in Tennessee, has ) the theme of th . American and Whig press, and appeals have been made to the; seal aud patriotism of the people to enlist is the noble work of redeeming; the Stale from the misrule of locofocoism We are aware how difficult it is to kindle ip hearts that are indifferent luke warm, whether it arises from want of hope, or want of interest ; yet it seems passing stranpe (bit any man who can see, every where" aroand hi in, thiukning evidences of corruption1 and pros mal-admintatration can be otherwise tha...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 January 1859

"T -i t .'V'i r r LOCAL ITERIS. J, NEBLETT &, GRANT. LoeaJJ BJIerf. "VfIUDAY, JANUARY 21, 1869. t3triileUOjSc seer rickering f Elf's Start. K3 Subscriptions for the present year must be gild la advance. - .Theatre. The lovers of the Drama, have beep rarely entertained during the past week, by the performances of Mr. Me"Farand'i" fine company. This is cer tainly thy best troupo, that has yet been noort our boards, and we ara gratified to eoe tW appreciation of their excellenco, shown in the Targe and fashionablo atten dance that nightly throngs the Theatre. Miss St. Clair, who is the crowning attrac tion of this talented corps, has won a most fluttering verdict from our citizens, for superior rendition, and moreover has cap tivated the hearts of half of our young gallants, with her beauty and grace. On first sight hor countenance impresses the beholder as rather pleasiog than beautiful, 'but, after further' appearance, wo wonder that we ascribed only a sweet play of fea tures to ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 January 1859

Change of Uime. THOMAS & BROTHER, Wholtwle, and Jit tail Dmggittt, --- CLARKSVILLE. TENN. r? WILL continue In se'l Drugs. Paint, Glass, Per fumery, Rooks, Staliuuery, OH, Combe, Ac, at reduced rrics tat cash, or to Punrlunl dea lers on Tlmti, payable l( Jul; and 1st Januuryi i'otvni I hoiuns, having returns from CsU'orniN to Clarksvllle, for the parpoee of ma king it hi future homa Will take charge of ihe store, and give it hi entire psrsonaj attention To li In old (fiends and acquaintances, nothing need bcaaldl, recommi nd him. except lossy, saltans' see him, for, by no doing, lliey will fiud him tlie aine "HoMour," ready to give entire ratisfaction to all who may f iVor tlie concern with their cm torn. In r.alllnK l!ie attention of our many friends to the above Curd, we cannot refrain from returning our wtrmrit thank fur their very long aud con firm rd custom. ST Remember the Drug Slora n tha Pulli Square, near Franklin elreet. v THOMAS & BROTHER. JdU, 81 '58-tf AVON') Ihe...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 January 1859

0 - l L ." ,..., ... iv ..i a iiT CLAEKSVILLE;'TEM;';T'RIDAY;'JANTJAilT 28 ' 1859. f I ! ; VOLUME ; 10. kumbek:io. v-1 tv aV miT Ti n TT T n "rVT 1 fl T V tin. i i ii. ii. ii l i i i i i i'i Printed Weekly ea a deable-medlnm iheetevery Fildey mornlngt by ' , , ll NEBLETT Su GRANT, ; Pnblithtrt and Proprietor. ; n . ! .. TERMS OF Till PAPKR, 02 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. niiT.m.K. ei an Om tneertlon Two Insertions 1,50 I Three moelhe . i--- s " Three Insertleas 9,00 I Bli month 0 moat 3,50 I Twelve month ILL i i 15,00 , , From (he Gleaeon's Pictorial. . . A. Young Doctor's Firs. Patient. BT MRS. B. V. DOCOHTY. "Give me, joy, Uncle John, I am safely "through ; and there- lies the foundation of my future fortunes," exclaimed a pleasant, manly-looking young man, as with a quick : My ,10me once g0 detT j,tJ now bceome eager step ha entered the apartment of distasteful to me. I abandoned the pro hie kind-hearted relative, and placed on fe.,jon n which I had resolved to d...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 January 1859

R. THOMAS, ifrf.f 1 J. A. GRANT, rnWirffr. IT Al Icoinmnnlcatlon mint be addressed loth .. i sniKin. i Business Idler t the publisher. A4vrt,!imn must U handed In early on iiiciui; imirnings, or tney will be le't oyer. "l-itliHWIIIdftr-Afsrrwcet and Death; froer Obltuarle "Tribute of Repect, over l line rr(r-l Tor.' i . .5! 1 )f . fi - FRIDAY JANUARY 28, 1850. , ' OppoHltlOH Contention. t ,W r autluiriaod to ty that tliera will b a meeting of tba opposition, in Stewart 'Connty, at DoTer, 'on the Crat Monday in February, to appoint delegates to tie Con gressional Convention, to be held in Nash ville on the second Monday iu March, and also to the Stale Convention at she same placemen the 2?th of March. And whilst on this, subject, we will venture to urge the opposition in Dixon, Cheatham, Rob ertson and Montgomery to do likewise. Only a abort time for action remains, and 'we'trast the true-hearted friends of Ten nessee and the Union the lovers of law and order, the dovotees of princip...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 January 1859

.-.tr trfe, r,F rf.i,,., . rsandii . Local iTEmsv "If e ." ba, NEBLfcJTT & GRANT. Loco IWilcrs. ' " FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1859. tT Cirpnlci 0t fwr Picltring tf y't Sfore. CPSuWrlplloiit for tha prOseut rear mutt bo paid In advance. JK3Th Bocond Session of. the Female Academy commences on Tuesday next. Its great success Is crowding it with pnpils, and its admirable social and educational discipline, and the established reputation f the Prinoipal and ladr teachers, can Dot fail to' widen the circle of its fame and to retain all the favor it wine. 'Tat Thiatre. We have already taken occasion to exprecs our. opinion of that merits of'. Mr. JIacfarlsnd's Company bow playing at Fowler's Hall; nor has tbaf opinion been changed by a fuller ao juaiutanco with the merits of the perfor mers.' To say that it is by far the best company that has ercr appeared in Claris-1 villa, is but to repeat what is said by all 'who have witnessed the performances, and we regret that the splendid acting, nig...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 January 1859

Change of lime. r -THOMAS A BROTHER, , f it WhoLjteU Z Rttaii DrvggisU: CLARKSVILLE. TENN. WILL eentlna I M Drag. Taint, GUnrh famaf , 4ok. Btatloaary, Olla, Comb. AY., ai reduced prices for ch, or to FuncKunl dea ler an Tlma, yabl 14 July and 1st January. Tm thainai, having rrlirH from California to Clnrkavtll, for tha pariioaa f me king it hi future hom will take charge of tha atora, and glv it. hia entlr perianal attention Ta hla old friead and acqasinlence. nothing need baaald to receraimnd him except to My, call and bint, for, by ao doing, they will End him the ara"Hoars," ready to give antlr satisfaction U all who may f ,or the coucern with their eus tam. . la oalllnf tho attentioa of nur many friend to tha above Cord, wo cannot refrain from relnrniag oar warmeat llianka for their vary lonf and eon- Inard eaatom CTRememher tho Drog Store an tha Pablie Borate, Mar I'ranklln atreet. THOMAS &, BROTHER. Jaat.'SS-lf AMONG tb "thine, earful th. follow! ar- tide, will be foaod in...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 February 1859

im44 '.J ns i-iiii mm, -1 1 til iii i tm ii ' i A r . IT- IW urii: ilrji iff 'tO ) H l''K r i I ii ii M ci'jjail j fmt' ..i I ..inTloT.. I 1 ' l-flhl'e: tl, ' .1 k .! 1 f m '. j , 1 ;i'm Bin ,:ii l ((! '1 A...V ;. ..!( . f-.if! T't 1.11 .!.!? Jut ii THE CILllON lCL Ji:;; frkMed VVaekly en douW-meiUani hetTry Ftlday mornlnf.by ' , )' NEBLEf f & GRANT, i Cineri. .ana .r.roprieCr ..-. I . -.! It' v 3 .'iIm $2 Per anntim,' in ayance. FOR SQUARE OF TWKtK LINES R Ef Twni nisfTTlimis ' 1 .51 J Three moiitjn , . 6,nn Threr Ineertlon 2,00 Six month . 9,0(1 One month , 2,50 I Twelve pjouthi' l5.p0 Wrttten for the Chronicle. : , y .' ,. -. .I , u;.if. !!, it. A I 1 13 R O K. M A k I ' mvI" riM.K .'J' a b ' io. B T" K N A ?'"'' ' -i.' fi.'M 1m " t r. j . ii.) i . t-.l TWa" one!ojt,'epri,ngV1oyeliefi .'?vri: 5nsr! The aettineun decked the westerti elry with1; that beauty Vhldh fllT.4 the; .friit'Dl with thoughts of purify and friendship ; fonwlto oa a feel alone when eurrouaded by BQ'en6s wh...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 February 1859

t , - m ' ' l. W. THOMAS, ft.r J. S. NEBLETTJ ... . J. A. GRANT, , ""V CTAII eemmooleatlona moat b addreeeedt 4h CdlUr. Buslnes letter ( th pab!lher. ITAdvertlserneata mnet be handed In early an Tbaroday morning . or they will ba le 1 over. 5 Announcing Jfarriagrs and Dei the, frees Obltaarlee and Tributes ef Respect, ever tea It nee herg-d for. Friday, February 4tht 1859. . -M.J . . . Popular Sovreignty its Ten dency. Wa Viavo repeatedly argued that the ex eaisiva radicaligon manifested in aquatter eovreigntj, aa well aa in an unrestricted popular aovreigntv both democratio hum buga ara rapidly merging the Govern ment into a mobocracy. And ao manifest haa this truth become, that wa find even tha Washington Union confessing it in these words : '"The written eooettutloo waa designed aa a chart and rale limtllnf and restraining, not only tha Legislators, the Executive, and the Judiciary la the exercise of their functions by it aupreme mandate and Inhibitions, but putting a bit and rei...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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