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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 26 October 1866

i r-wr - mi - mini i ni.ut u.;i. ui .-,t,jj SBettTfe W-rt; Beajb Bssfe:al m- I0W1 Ml ABU ftomci. ( y Jfi. T)T rtMlnf m order of a!, issued Avm X) A sapisrne court of Tetitieasee, ta sn directed, at Nashville, hnr of. J. M. Rioo, nd others, vs. J. .0. McKoln, and others, J will, ow l l'iUi,Lk"j MONWY,N0VBEBKlVfT,UVr j M tb (Mrt bow door, 1 th city of Ciarks, villo, txpeee tasaieta thoblgbcsl bidden, far rash, the. fbllowlaff aVsnrlbed mwa tola, bout and land, levied upaa a tb proper tr of W. A. Ouark. tewii A store-boose aad lot on Franklin street, ia the ity Of Oarksvlllet Montgomery county, Tennessee, boaaded a follows: Beginning al Wm. M. Ebeltoa's M i W corner, on aid Fraaklia street, running tbenc with Slicltoa'l tine south aijeast ?00 fa, tiiore or !, to Iff. W, B. Johnson's line tbenco south tJ wtft to Franklin it reel tbenc with aid street 18 poles 1 inches, ta the begin niag. 8aid lot was crnveyed by: D. W. Quarts to W. A. Quarlea by deed rrgiotered February 8tb, 1860. ia bo...

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. — 2 November 1866

v .i i 1 1 1 1 m , 1 1 , , , r ,tx. l -. n . ..-. rA. v..-.. . t .. .am - . j -m. - m mm .IIJIEMRiMIll- jit ,ti"tm u W " Una i ..EttX-wT ,'II1 r.U f4l- .H.ln.lNii-.J:.,, . ...rT -r . . -w , . .' ....... ., .. . ,yt, ,,;,, . t , ... , -Jf,,L , ..A,.tl y,- 1 1 1 1 1 n ,m A r4 Sv. W ,A" 1 I 1 1 - " A H W LA- Y.,r , w-w( i i r i :t .... i in ''nr'ii ii' " i i m : 'J i 'i i; - ) "ita " M ,mn mlt tsi.l i. . 0LDE3T BOUSE IK THE CUT. EitftbUshed 184C. HAT! wi4 and opm4 fct wt tbtU largo Mi iegnat itoek f i 'U .t v Clothings and Gent' Far . nithlng Goods, ? ' owblckthw tttptctfully IdtIu tb atten- Hot of thato Mead and th ) 3 Ptibllo OcnoroUy . -., Till it TELE ,Ii ARG.EST ' AUD BEST ASSORTED Stock .brought to tbi city tinc J8G0.. It hatbeea, fcrcued for. CttU and will b told u low M any retail ctublubmcnt MIL . W keep eoniUntly on bud, touts, Panti, Teita, 8hirU, Collara, Drawers, CttU, fltttMdcn, Hoalarr, Olores, BooU, fihofi, Hatt, t!p, Canca, Cmbrclia. naddkarehM Tniaka, Vallwa, Carpet S...

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

1. 8. HIBLKTT. 4. bant. - NEBlBtf RiT, vTKXfl Three Dollars per rear In advance. H. WvTHOJfcASv-..-.... ..EDITOR. Clarksville,; rnn. t t8 rM Quwtiok. Wilh the President removed and Geo. I-rant officially decapitated, and the Southern States reduced to Territories, and ,h southern white held: la bondage, ad with Brownlow and Butler and rbillips "rnnning the machine," the condition and fats of the' Republic might be confidently foretold. What woald nre-twen ties be worth tbent N. Y. Time. 'The'y woald be wortb juBt their weight in shucks. ,' But what is the tlifferenco between ths policy of IVownlow and Butler and Phillips, and thnt of Raymond & Co ? .Just this, that the first three are desperate fools and would precipitate the ruin of the country at once, whilst the 1st tr are wiley knaves who do not want the work of destruction to progress faster than they can gather up the valuables that may lie scattered amid the rains. A rapid decline in five twenties would bankrupt the leade...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 2 November 1866

I -RAW, ) J.t' lUrae or ADTCKTiiuiia.--On Dollar per ... . ,,,, I ,...n..i. ., , J CLARRSTILLE.. ArroiimrcKTf-Tb M E. Conference appolnttd ltev. R. S. Hunter Presiding Fil dtt pf lbi district, and IUv. Vrlbonrne Moooey M ftatioA Minister. .Tbea appoiaU mentiwlll; dosibtle-, Weetv the spprob. ttob of th4 Membership.; 'J;".," VJ lttujiwa Dr. Pmf, win 'pre-icli at the Episcopal Cbarcb, next Sunday morning m4 Igfai - With the goo fortae to have heat M two nrost 1fngttbed Divine In America, w anovsiUtfngiy w would rathe listen to tUs "old esaa eloquent" than wither of Ihew-. I.: W:-it ; -.,, j V 1. m yiim k'mmm. i t. n .).! MowntasT, Gold opened ia New Tark on "the 30th alt, at 1 46, tad, closed at 14J. ' Bank of TenneMee,"ls worth in thii place from 85-to 38 oeots; Plsaters, 76 to T8; Colon, 72 to 71; Gold, 148 to 144. ' i.t-1 " - til ' I'imokal. A-few Days since, our sano Vaav Vm, Wigbteued with the handsome countenances of. O.fJ. Rhea, of the Russell Tills JfertU, end M. V, Ingram, of...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 2 November 1866

K.-t VA Sart tetlhwiluiT EiA tad Ut BT trrte off M Hi .vtor' S KygnU, yr, .and again . A. Meemrd uiW.T. BbwcaWfora, lata- Supreme Court mi Nesbvltie, in ISfe of June, 1866, I will, eaaardy, fake Tovaber, 168, ettb oart-kouM dee la C1arallle, eipoM to pablle Ml, to th highest bidder, for cash, tbe following deeerWed tows la aad limy etable, situated on lh eeraer of Strawberry Alley and 2nd Crust street bounded ex. the worth by th livery etable belonging tort citato of W. B. Munford; on west by tie property of J- H. Merri wether, south by Strawberry Alley, aad on th Mat by tat Croat (treat, and. reglatrc4 In book 5o. T, mm 499. Tbo above described lot and Ht- ary stable hi levied upon a tha property of tbo aald T. J, Munford, and i In tb city of ClarkrvOle, Montgomery County, Tenn, Thistta of October, 1866. . T. RAMEY, Sheriff, f Oot St, '-6w7p? fee, $0. ,r , UMfUTi 8le t Kfal IiUte ud Towi Lots nd Boases. TVY lrhtt f an order of sal, hated from JJ tba uptea eovrt of Tennessee, to M l...

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. — 9 November 1866

tT''l'l,,l,M,'liMliyi " ' T'' ' " ' - VOLUME 2. OLD SERIES, NO.. 26, NUMBER 18. tt iSVull flAt'OTI TV mfV f'TTT I Taalilnnnhti. I ' I ' VwUl Ail 1UO vim I , T.-AlWp. UcCWloch, CLAva'Lt..........tEKtlESSEE. Tikii tweelveel aidtae4 for sol tWeir 11 large and legfti stock of Clotting iGnfi, Tur- to Which tbsr respectfully Invite the atten tion of th?iMriend nd tb J?atUo Gcnorally Thill 4 Pi LARGEST Alf a at fT , .. inn BE3T. ASSORTED ..a .4 . . . Stock brought to this city tine 1800. It - -'feat teas purcbacd for Gtiasl. ftad wiU b. nM at low m any retail establishment cm tell. W kacp constantly on hand, Coat, Pants, Vssts. Shirt. Collar. Drawer, Cravat. af4rl, BoaterrOlotes, Boota; Show, Hftls, Oim Canes, Umbrella. Handkerchiefs, Trunk, Vallcaa, Carpet Sacks, Traveling - Run, Slurwls, Fur and Notions. (Tall and exaraln our Stock. Wa feet oafidect we can plea. you. . T. t R. E. HcCuHoch. Joba CCUrien and U. W. Mct'auley, HMatmcn. tnb Jl, w-iy BATCHES AMD J.l'WELE T 1 AT COOKE'S! Mr- o-...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 9 November 1866

I & fee (jjjnirtti fl" TT J. 1. HKBLBTT. J. S. MttT 'r-causHtaa o roumB. 1 k - tKRMSr Jbree .Dollari. pcr.jear, lir arfvawee, R. WrTHOMAs,.:.:.., .EDITOH. Clarkavllle, Tenn.i FRIDAY, NOVEMBER... .9, 1B60 ;,'u. DIVIDE THE BLAME. , . . It is very clour , that all the hard ; thingi tali of beast Butler arc true, lis liaa committed almost every criuie in the catalogue, ud.; without com punction of t conacieoeo.- But the opportunity to do these things was given him by Lincoln, who was not 1 Jy cognizant of tire atrocities, but : actually commended and upheld the tierpetrator. Yet Butler bears all the blame and reaps alt. the curses ' Had he never been clothed with power he could not have ubusod it; had he been removed upon the first evidence of brutality and incompo tency, much that he did night have been left undone, and Lincoln could , have exhibited a bettor record before Heaven's high Chancery.", , The man , who turns the wolf into the . eheep fold U more guilty' than the wolf, a...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 9 November 1866

Sdltort.; . lUtM 4 ATTIlK.On Dollar pr (OjltM of tm tun. 1 i.'iJ fcA CLAUKSmLS.-. Tat M. B. Caoc.-.Th! nous of woH iblp, Ip our dty las undergone thorough MMirt, and tb regular irrrtcet will com met tbtr again on neit Sabbatb. Prayer 'meeting In th church every Friday bight; t- i - ' 1 I T ' ' l"' -Hwciai Twm fk adwrMaf man! for a tpttial term of the Circuit Coort, for Stewart -Tea BT QoatTion.r-A continuation of riet of article, upoa thti lubjaot,' will appear la par peit Issu. V ' ' " : ' Conrtawci. -Th next Conference of lb Methodist Church will be held In thitclty. Tat Fiasr .Round" or QuabtkblT Met mo, for the ClarksvtU District, Tennessee Confereaoe !""'. oj t- - a New Proridenre' Station Nov. 17th and 18th.- - - Springfield Station-" Nov. 34th and 25th. Red River Circuit, t Cedar Hill Dec. Tit and US V' " ' ' Springfield 'Circuit, at Well's Valley- tfce. 8th and 9th. . " ! '' ' ' Asbury Circuit. it Williams' ChapeV Dec. lfcth andietb. k ' " ' Montgomery Ctreort, St Bethel Dec...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 9 November 1866

ie ' Q ' (I, Gbwrt til m' session, and" indf t mtrlti". toilette of business whkh crowded not a Bberiff at term time, ba was led to tbs d" of a baaailrai widow on the sonny sidw f thlrtv. Whn. bv tha WOT. had 0fl MSB melting flanct tht aforesaid Sbsrlft Ha was admlltrA, Mid lb widow appeared. Too confusion; sad fright which tba arrival f her viaitof act-aeloaed set off to greater advantage tba aaoitlvBtlnB" charms of tht Una U Km nhaok hore tha beautiful blended tint of tha appls-blossom; to lips resembled tlM rosebuds, upon which tha morning daw fat lingered, and be eyes were like quivers of Cupid; and glnorei of tore aad tenderness with which they wern filled hhmbMmI mil which only in Tiled "biaa;" (pardos tha pun) to do full asacn- lion. Altera lew oonnuon-jjuc. imu.. ... "If adam," Mid tha matter-of-fact Sheriff, I hM an attarhmrat for VOU." , .- A deeper blaall tba wsual mantled the rheeka of tha fair widow, while the glance of ket dowaceM ayes were centered upon bet beautiful ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 16 November 1866

'Si CLARISVILLE EEKLY VOLUME 2. OLD SERIES, VOL. 15. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1866. OLD SERIES, SO. 27. NUMBER 19. W CHROMCLl I. g. so ACS. New Orleans. - , GOLD, ROACH & CO., Cotton and Tobacco Factors, AND GENERAL Commission Merchants 5o. t3, Orondelet Street, NEW ORLEANS. November 9, 18C612m OLDEST HOUSE IN THE CITY. Establislied 1845. T. & R. E. McCulloch, CLARKSTILLB-....-... TENNESSEE. RATI rld and opened for sal tbelr Wrg Md elegant stock of Clothing and Gent's Fur nishing Goods, to which they respectfully invito the tten lioa of theit friends and the Public Generally Thill THE LARGEST AMD REST ASSORTED 6lock brought to ibis city since I860. It 'has been purchased for Cah and will 'be told as low as any retail establishment can Mil. We keep Constantly on hand, Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Collars, Drawers, Cravats, Suspenders, Hosiery, Gloves, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Canes, Umbrellas. Handkerchiefs, Trunks, Vaiices, Carpet Sacks, Traveling rings. Sha...

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. — 16 November 1866

: J. I. KKULETT. J. A. KANT. XF.RLETT 4 (iRAXT, rCSUMIEM AND fEOrHIEtoM. ' TERMS t Three D.ollar per jcar, In. advance. n. W. TUOMAH U. iKI iTOR. Clarkbtllle, Teiiwi ' ' FRIDAY,. NOYMBER-:Jc,' IStitV TUB ELECTIONS. jA.ll who indulged tlia Tiopc ttial tha majority of tho Northern people are just and patriotic must have teen uudecieved by this time ; and it is to ba hoped that the disappointment, however aerere, will not be without its salutary effects upon tho spirit and ctmduoi of the South. Seeing that we have, in the North, an Implacable enemy, whose highest pleasure is our destruction, we must be1 blind indeed not to see that self-reliance is our only chance for that degree of inde pendence and .material wealth which will satisfy the Radicals that we can not lonir be held as the Yassala of a cod-fih aristocracy. To attain this desirable position, all our energies should bo directed to the production of things of prime necessity, leaving everything in tho shape of luxuries to thos...

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. — 16 November 1866

J. S. NKBLETT.l r . r; . . r i n a a w Local Editor: J. A. GRANT. Rate r 'Aothtuim. Out Dollar pet quart of Tex L1KIS, ; CLARKSVILLE. ...NOV. 16, 18(53! . ' jktukST DTBAt lb last meUB of tit City Coancil resolution was offered and carried, to hav. our market ' open trtry morning, This will b. great eenv.uleoc t-j the puUic. . . t v i f . : , 11 " . i : Uktino. There Will be a meeting of the Library Association to-uiffht, at the Bank of America. A full attendance Is requested. ' " '' III Msstinj or Stock boldim. The meeting of lb Stockholders in tlio Fair Grounds took place lait Saturday. All the old offi cer! wet. elected.? Th&eetwara fat re lented. We will publish the speeches next week. 1 ' '. . Haaet Taitr.Oa Monday lust; a negro made his appearauct in town, having lu his possession a fine mare, and under such cir cumstances as to anjsa suspicion. Ho was tiksn in custody by Marshall Rawls and held to await further developments:'" On Wednes day following, Mr.' L. W. Dtilin.of ...

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. — 16 November 1866

si CHANCERY SALES. Valuable "Warehouse. Merrltt Fort, Administrator!, vs. McClart k Court. - la pursuance of an order unit in tbti cause, at lb Octobw Term, 186ft, ef tbc Chancery Court at CUrktrille, I will offer for Ml at public auction, on Monday, the 10th of Deo. next, at the Court IIoum in the city of C!rkilUe, the lam brick ware- houat and lot. situated on the Cumberland river, within 100 yard of the Freight Depot of the M . C. k L. R. R. TbU la one of the largeit and beet arranged warehouses in the city, and In good repair. It li now occupied ky McClure k Courli. It will be told on a credit of 6, 12, 18 and 24 montbi. Notes bearing interest from date, with two good secaritles, will be required, aad a lien re tained until tbo purchase money is paid. No right of redemption or te-pnrchase will re main to the defendants or their credito after the confirmation of the sale. M u W. T. SHACKELFORD . No. 0, I860-4w-prs fee, ""."- Tillable Be)" tor B2,e, . , . ,, -id others, vs. Sarah ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 23 November 1866

. ........ . . 'i J " I I ' . . . , ""T '- ' VOLUME 2. OLD SERIES, VOL. 15. clarksville;tenn., Friday,. November . .., '.';!'":;;, ... old series, no. 28. NUMBER 20. OLDEST HOUSE IN THE CITY. Eatntolislted 184f5; T. & B. E. UcCulloch, OLARKSYILLB- TKNNESSER. AVE received wil opened for sal their XL large and elegant stock of Clothing and Gent's Fur nishing Goods, to which they respectfully Invite tbc atten tiuo of their frieuds and the , , Public Generally THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED Stock brought to ihli city line 18G0. It bu been purchased for CaHh and will be told at low at any retail aatablisbment tanselL - We beep constantly on band, Coats, Pants, Vesta, Shirts, Collar, Drawers, Cravats, Kuspenders, Hosiery, ttlovee, BooU, Shoes, Hate. Cam. Canes. Umbrellas. Handkerchiefs, Trunks, Valicee, Carpet Backs, Trawling Hugs, Shawls, Fun and Notions. 1 i Call and examine oar Mock. We feel confident we can plcaaa you. T. & R. E. McCullOfh. John Cbrieu and U. W. MoCaulcy, Sales...

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. — 23 November 1866

Cjje (irijronitlc. J. S. VKIILHTT. J. A. nmiiT, isiaiiixrirr At cut ant, ri HI.IKHRKU AKtl raoratKIViK. i-.-Trr--. ; j The foregoing is frem. tie M. York TF.RMR : World, of the I4th inst., ani it will Ihree lullifi wr year, In rtrwiff.'u that wMle it professes I i- a. w. Tiaous, -:!ITH. . t'larkavllle,. Trnn.t FRIDAY, NOVEMBER - 23r 1866. TRUTH BLUNTLY TOLD. The National Intelligencer, of a late tint, lias a very sensible and strictly, truthful nrticlo tipon tbc evil effects of tke lNcsideat'a policy of appointment npen theTecctitJTorth- em clevtio. In our opinion, hie first mistake, in this direction, was tlio attempt to build up a new party out of the wishy-washy material fur nished by the lladicat'aad Pemocrnt' ic parties. When the President found that he could not endorso the views of CongrerS, and that a split wus inevitable, his true policy would have been to weaken his enemies as effectually utnl as rapidly as possible by the icinevul ' of the last one of them from effice, an...

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. — 23 November 1866

Jw MwtmitU. J. S. XKKLETT, J. A. GRANT, Local Editor I. Rath Adtebtisixo. One Dollar per Sqnsre of Tin links. ' CLARKSVILLE ....-NOV. 23, 1866. TfiANKiximim. Tb President has set part Thursday,- 29th Inst., as a day of Thanksgiving and prayer. 'Union Bank Monkt. To all whom K may concern, we woali say that holders of notes On ttie Union Rank must present them, at Nashville, before the first day of Jatin ry, 6t thejr will be worthless. Si'ppkr. We are authorized to state that the members of the Cumberland Presbyteri an Church will give a supper, for the benefit of their Church, a the 29tb and 30th tnst. Lady aad geutlemen managers, selected from the other denominations, will assist in car rying out this laudable purpose, and we are Imapy to see this dosirable affiliation for the promotion of a common Christian faith- Let the citizens of the town and ticlnlty show their appreciation of the cause by 'their presence and contributions. Wool Factmt. Mr. V. M. Metcalf, of "Kashvllle, has e...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 23 November 1866

CHAKERY SALES. . Town lot and luA for Sale. D. C. Landoa k wif tk L)ik't beim In pursuant- of an order made at the Oct Tern, 18C0, of tb I'hnneery man, at Clarluvill, 1 will offer lor tale, uu. Mouthy, th II tb of December ol, m public auc tion, at the court bouso, In l'lrhi 11, ihc lot situated on Franklin ttrert, a4iiiig the Uouae and lot of TV . P. Llndlcy. aud also on ine name aa a. uact ol land, oonimtiuiv about 200 acre, ait uu ted on CumberlUai liter, and embracing the mouth of V AJo creek, with good dwelling, Aa. AImi, on. Tuesday, the 18th of December, mi the premiss, I will tell at public u itm, the trael ef land tituated on the Clw.i .i.ite rued, fwoaaj half mile from Cuiik-till and known a tbe Rook'f ferry tract. This land kaa been divided into lota containing from 3 to 34 acres, ao aa to place it in tbe power of part id of email meant t procure hornet at reasonable prtee. Term: Teu per cent, oath, and the balance e aesedit of 1, 2, and 3 year, with interest bom date, ho...

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. — 30 November 1866

wl? -kv re T,''''''''l'l . 'VOLUME T. .T .it ' .. , - .-.1 .. ... '. : 1 1 OLD,' SERIES, .VOLl. 15. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1866. OLD SERIES, NO. 29. NUMBER 21. 1 1 - OLDEST HOUSE IX TIIE CITY. 12.t.lliliel rlW T. & E. . McCulloch, CLARKSVILLE ...TENNESSEE. nAVK received and opened far sale their large and elegant (lock of ; Clothing and! dent's Fur , . nishing Goods, to which, they respectfully invite tbe atten tion of their friends and ths ; ' ':' Public Generally ,Tiro ',:;;llflaltlQE9T BEST ASSORTED . Stock brought to thii city ainee 1860. It has been' peschased Cue OsiMlk and will -be fold at low as oy retail establishment, can tell., t. - i ... . I' .. ' We keep constantly., on hand, Coats, Pant, Vests, Shirts, Colbfl-Jk. Drawers, Cravats, fcuspendcrs, Hosiery Gloves, Boots, Shoes, Wats, Caps Cnnes) Umbrellas. Handkerchiefs, l'ronkl, Valieea, Carpet Sacks, Traveling Itags, Shawls, Fors and Notions.' '.' '"Oall'aud examine our stock. ' W feel confident we e...

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. — 30 November 1866

Cj)t Cljroniclc'. . . Mtlll.CTT. 1. A. OnAXT. frnusiiKim and rnopRiKTomt. TERMS: Three Dollar per year, In afUaHrr. It. W. THOMAS., .niimit. ' 4. lat Usvllle, Tcnn.i FRIDAY, NOVEMr.F.R 30, 1860. DEMOCRATIC EXCl SES. Tlio democratic pupcr. of tie North, nre not yet done with exoua cm for llicir luto defeat. Admittinr. them all to bo valid, the fact remains thnt tlioy could only have heen beat en, had they run strait out democrats on a retiuino democratic platform. They sought atrcngth by adopting half nnd-hnlf Radicals, and reaped tho reward duo to all compromises of principle. War democrats wero not to bo trusted because, ia acting with the ltadien.lt, they forfeited principle and ought, to havo forfeited confi dence; and tho wishy-washy Radicals ought not to have been tiustcd bo- cause they never had any principles to forfeit, and were tryirig,by a mid dle course, to jct into office, or to aid in disorganizing tho democratic party hy adding to the confusion of ideas, growing out of...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 30 November 1866

J. 8. ''''J'1J'jP''lXoea Editor. J. A. GRANT, Ratk 0V Advertising. One Dollar por square of Tts lines. CtAUKSVILLE., cV ..NOV. 30, 1866, SrneiAt Tkbm. Thofa will be a ipeclal term of the Circuit Cutirt held at Dover, commencing next Monday. Thankhgivimo. Yesterday wm Thanks giving day; ami we believe it was generally observed by our citizens. . ,,, Railuoau CnAnoK. There hare been some important changes made In the Railroad time table since our last issue. For particu lars, we refer our readers to the condensed table published in another column. Faim-rw. There have been, within a few 'days, a number of failures among the Mas sachusetts shoe manufacturers, caused by the recent decline In the price of boots and fcllOCJ. IlLi.taiois. Ilev. A. D. Sears, has been conducting a meeting at the Baptist Church, la this city, for the last three weeks. The meetings are well attended, and we are glnd tn learn that considerate fueling is niuui festing itself in his congregation. Tub Suiter. As ou...

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