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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 February 1859

LOCAL ITEMS. V NEBLETT & GRANT, Loco! Editor. -Friday, February 4th, 1859. tT Chnniclt OJiei over Picktring Sj Ely't Star. IT Subscriptions for the present year must be paid la advance. WST Last Tuesday evening the old board of Aldermen under Mayor Hiter, met for the last time. After the transaction of ome pending business, and justpreced- ing a final adjournment the following reso lution was offered and put to vote by one of the Aldermen, and adopted : Retoleed, "That the thanks of this board be offered to his Ilooor C. M. II iter, for the able and impartial manner, in which he hat discharged the duties of his office." Upon the adoption of this resolution, Mayor II i tor arose and responded to the compliment, thanking the board for the uniform courtesy they had shown hiin, and congratulating the new board on their en trance upon office. On the Mayor's resuming his chair, all the Committees of the board were discharg ed, and it then adjourned, line die. The new Mayor, elect, Col...

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

Via lrSS-BfVjl - 1 - 1 L I , ' - - -- i V i1 Hrp- THOMAS' ft" BROTHER, Aclitrt&CaW 'Retail- Dvvjgit!$J, CMRKSVILLF... TENN. . WILL continue to tell Drtlp", PatnN, OHiim, Per fumery, Book", Suitlonery, QIls,tmbs, reduced f rices for rnhVer t funrluul dea- j lars on Time, payable iti Jttly nnd lit January. Town I ltemH,iiving returned 'from California (o Olarkstilte, for trie purpose at ma king it hi future homo will take charge of the . (tore, and (jive it his entire personal attention To Ma bid frjeitd andj acquaintance. nothliiy neve1 beaaldto recommend him except lo any, cull klirt eae him, for, by so doiag, they will find liiin th asms "Homm," ready to .v ootlre stilnlaoiion to all Who may favor the ooiiesrn with thoir cue torn . ( . i In ratting the attention of our many friend' (o the aboTO Card, we cannot refrain from reluming! our warmeat thank for their very long and cnn Inned custom. ; I '';; BJ Remember tire- Drug Store on the Public Square, Bear Franklin street. ' THO...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 February 1859

VOLUME 10. CLARKSVILLE; TENN., FRIDAY.. FEBRUARY 111 1850. DUMBER 12. THE CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly oo a double-medium eheeterery Friday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Publi$lirr and Vroprietort. TERMS OF THE PAPER, $2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Itor one square or twelvk links on One Inmrtlon $1 .m l wo monttie Two Innertlnne Three Insertions One month i ,ro Three inonlhs 2.no 2,50 months Twelve months For the Chronicle. Lines for an Album. For thy mrmorv'i enfket. dear frieud. To which thy thoughts will often tend, Othera have brought their iu"-rin:r free, And now one more is brought hy me. ; , With friend-hip true, will I phwe It there, And tby thoughts of loTed ones muv it share, Though mine , of al th" West miiy be ; For 'tin almply thia. A wMi 'or thee Yet, I will wish that thy earthly life, Be "one bright pnthsmy, free from strife," With hole's cheering ranopy nbnve thee thrown, And friendships fnm tnou cana't claim thine own, Than In thy heart, I'll wirh m...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 February 1859

R. W. THOMAS, BJitor' J. fl. PKBLETT,! J. K. GRANT, ( Publitherl. Gas Company. IT" Al I communications must be addressed to the Killer. Business letter to. (he publishers. CTAdvsrtiaements mnst be bunded In early on ThdinJiiy morninge. or they will be let oyer. U ilnmunctng Arming? end Deaths, free; v bltusrtessnd Tribute of Respect, over ten li.ee lirgd for. but oil. AmvniLiE, Friday, February 11th, 1859. Locofoco Consistency. The democratic party, by its gross in consistences, is often placed in embarrass ing situations forced to contradict itself in the most shameless manner. The op position journals have long been endeav oring to convince the people that their rul ers are squandering tlio public money for the most corrupt purposes, and that such wakefulness has emptied the Treasury. Tbo in variblo reply to this, has been "it's at lie." the Administration is economical, and the commercial pressure has alone caused the falling off in therevenuo, and brought the government in debt....

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 February 1859

ft! LOCAL ITEEY15. NEDLETT A. GRANT. Local Editor. ml'jl . j : - .. - . . .: : . 'J. Friday, February 11th, 1859. BIT Ctirovicle Office over Pickering if Ely' Store. SjT Subscriptions for the present year must be paid In advance. ITTWE are authorized to announce W. E. LOWE, Esq., of Dorer. Tenn.,u? candidate for Attorney General, in the election to be held on the 12th of March next. 17 WE are authorized to announce ROBERT W. JOHNSON, Esq.. of Clarksvllle, a a candi date for Attorney General, in the election to be ' held on the 12th of March next. Wanted. A goo J, trusty nurse a wet nurse preferred to whom fair compensa tion will bo piven for a few months. Ap- J'ly at tins office. t2T- We learn that the county meeting of the Democrats, called to appoint deli- Kates to the State convention, was held hero last Monday at the Court-house, and was a most tremendous gathering, con sisting of fivo or sir project We have ?been toid, by a gentleman who was a wit ness of the august proceedings...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 February 1859

I I Chaugeof ixuc. THOMAS & BROTHER, ' - Wholaaln aiul Retail Drvagitti, -( CLARKSVILLE. TENN. ' " ' WILL continue to e! Drug. PainU, Glass, Per fumery, Hooks, Stationery. OlU.-Cninba, &.,! reduced priced for cash, or to 1'linctnnl oea lera on Time, pHynble) 1st July and 1st January. Tow nm I liortlHS, having returned from Colifornin to Clarksville, fnr the purpose of mur king it his future home will take charge of ihe store, and give it his entl.e personal attention ' To III old friend and acquaintance, tiotlilnj; lived be iuld to recommend him e xcept to sy, cull atiu ee him, for, by so doing, they will find Mm 1 tic nm" "Hombre," ready to give entire satisfaction to all who may f ivor the conneru with their cue tom. iu In calling the attention of our many friend to the above Curd, we rnnnnt refrutu from returning "ur whrmrtt thank fur their very long and con tinued citatum. ID Remember the Drug Store on the Public Square, neur Franklin street. THOMAS & BROTHER. JaaB.'...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 February 1859

3 - .1 .1 . ' 1 J V',,r. Ti - 1 ' I VOLUME 10. CLARKSVILLE, ,TENN., FEIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1859. NUMBER 13. . lilf'IMV'. f 'I a it.. : a n tt ir rrA v tt rr tt -- j- i ' ''''' . i.-.i '-.w' ' : ' , .. .. . . . . - ". ' ' '''' -i. l i THE CHRONICLE. BfloAed Weekly CQ doable-medium elieelevery Friday moralng, by . NEBLETT & GRANT, PnlUthtre and Proprietor. TERMS OF THR PAPE, Per annum, in advance. $2 TERMS OF ADVERTISING. FOR nNt, SQUARI OF TWILII LINES OR LESS On Insertion $1,01 Two months $4.50 -Two Insertions 1,50 I Three monthi 5,00 Three Insertion 2,00 Six month. 9,00 "One month 2,50 Twelve moHllis 15,00 Words for Music. T OKOftOK r. MOt. Fere the well we pert lorever ! Alt regrets are now In Tain! Fate decrees that we moat srvn, , Ne'er to nwt on earth "gain, lOther ikies will bend above th'e, Other hearta may seek thv shrine, But no othet e'er will love tliee With tl'e eonetaney of mine, " Yet farewell we part forever! All regret are now in vuiu! Fate decree that we must seve...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 February 1859

17 6 9 t 4 i: r ,--.lJ ; ft- V..,7IIQMAS, 'iitr J. 8. NEBLF.Trj,- :.. r... - .j ILTAI I aomrpiinlentiona mint be addreaaed to the Editor. , Business luttereto the publishers. C"Advertleement most he handed in early on Thnrtrlty mofitlrTgl. or they Will la let Over. li innoonclnf iWarrtegee end Deaths, free; Obltnarlee ojid Tributes of Ileeprct, ov.r ten Unci chr(ed for. , . .;, ., f. f'(DILS!VniLILl Friday, February 18th, 1859. Thotieamla have etalrned to bo demeerata who never knew whet Democracy wn 1 Others have worn the party badge, not from, the lore of lt principle, bul from mere personal advantages wlilcU ihey supposed it wou'd eonftr. There are others sgnin' who hare lomt tmpnlaee for demo cracy, hut who from interval. e.euclalion or pre je .tee afeiaet name, have oot the moral courage to avow :t. , We were a little surprised at seeing the foregoing in the Union & American en dorinrtbe position of the 'Stoles, -that there is no democratic party. True, the Nnsliville organ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 February 1859

fplTOx v . 7J - LOCAL ITEMS. NF.BLETT A. GRANT, Local Editor: Friday, February 18th, 1859. tT Chronicle 0$e.t over Pickering if Elf's Store. KT Subscriptions for ths present irar mini lx paid In advance. t , I Stewart College. Those who have intermingled freely vith our citizens, for a month past, rannot fail to have noticed that the interests and prospects of Stewart College have engross ed a large and prominent sharu of the vonversatian rlnriinr that time. And it in with creat erntiGcation that wa call the ! (special attention of our readers to this In fetitution, in our present issue. It has had pecuniary difficulties to struggle with, for B few years past, which wo are now happy to believe are completely and forever re moved. " Thin CnlWn is under the care of one i of the Presbyterian Synods of Tennossce, I Bical and dramatic Art, in harmonious al and the members of that faith, in this j liance- Musical expression was the origi place, have exerted themselves, with com- nal forra...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 February 1859

J 1 XXXVth congress second ses. v sion. ... . . " Friday't ProeeeHngt."- ""; ' - Washington, Feb. 4. . &mafc.-Mr. Green, of Mo., from tlie lommittce on Territories, reported bill to organize the Territories of Dacotah and Ariion. Ordered to be printed. Also a bill, which wag- passed, to repay Governor Douglass, of Vancouver's Island, .,7000 loaned to the Governor of Wash ington territory. . BIf. Seward, of N.Y., introduced a resolution calling on the Secretary of Wnr for any report from the U. 8. engineer at New York since the Secretary's last report on the defence of New York and Brook lyn. Mf. Bright, of Ind., from the Commit tee on Public Lands, and Mr. Brown, of Mississippi, from the Committee on the District of Columbia, attempted to bring np business relating to the District, and the latter moved that the session to-morrow be devoted to its consideration. ; Mr. Stuart, of Michigan, called for the yeas and nays upon Mr. Brown's motion, and argued that tlio District of Colum...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 February 1859

IT IJUJLJ: VOLUME 10. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, .1850. NUMBER 14:' IV 1 -a T U THE CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly on double-medium ihret every Friday morning, by (NEBLETT 4 GRANT, ruhlithert and Proprietor!. TERM OF THE PAPEF., $2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OK ADVERTISING. FOR OX R SQ1ARS OF TWELVR LINES OR I.SM Onaiuaertiou $1,0 Two mouth $1.50 Two Insertion Tbrot Inanrtloni One month 1.50 I 2, on 2,50 Three monthi 5,0(1 Six month Twelve montlia 9,00 15,00 For the Chronicle. TO r When alar are ehiuing In the night, ' And aparktlng In the dew, How oft my thought, with pure delight, Return, dear gill, to you ! A, in the morning, ri'eaamile, Radiant aa the aki'-a. So beiiuty linger all the while, And love 'auglnin your ryea, Ilut thou'll forget, wlim I'm away, All thoa li it fait and ra:d ; Tby Towa no faithful pledge convey ; ; 'Ala thy love la d.ad ! But 'tia mine to love time ever ; A 1'ito, I feign would flee Can I forget t no nrver! ' Though wundering far from thee. '...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 February 1859

v 1' i' i r- 1 , (Cliufamllc (Chronicle. R. W. THOMAS, Editor ' J. A. OtAMT. FuUMtrt. UTA1 I eoinmunlr.atlone nrnst ho eddreered lo Editor, j Business Utter to the publisher. E'AdeTtietrient muat be handed In early on ThuriJny mornings, or they will be le't over. U Announcing Afnrrtnfree end Deathf, frees ObltuirUl end Trlbutee of Reepet, over ten lln eherevd for. ! Friday, February 25th, 1359. . Thb Game of Fiiaud BEaiN. At a late meeting of the democrats of Maury, it was resolved that they opprovo of tho first tep taken by the last Legislature to abol ish paper money, and that it is for future Legislatures to complete the good work. Now, what was done by the last Legisla ture to abolish banks and banking? Why, the democrat! tried hard to increase tho capital of the; Stale Bank, and if a hand ful of the party, in the lower House, had not been induced to opposu the unwise measure, it would have been carried. "What else, did it do to abolish banks? Did it refuse to charter ony of the...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 February 1859

LA- J- - 3 '. LOCAL-ITEMS. NF.Bl.ETT A. GRANT, Loral 7J,Vor. x..! . . .i : ' Friday, February 25th, 1859. XT ChronieU OJRrt orer PUketing if. Ely' Store. ILTPnliscr p'lons for the present year must be paid In sdvnnt . nellKtoua JVotire. There will be Mrviera In tho Presbyterian church Pahbath morning nl past JO o'. lcck Th member of the church ere reqii-sted to be present, to take lato consideration the propriety of Calling a Pastor. S&" One Lotfal editor in confined with liia aick family, nnd J.I10 otlier ha, gone to Egypt ; in tH vir-inity of Cairo, and under tho cirfUTistanccs, their column edits itself this wc-i'k. t3 Wo hear that, tho steamer Hart ville, ws Bunk between this place and Nashville Bomo days since, by eomminp hi contact with ft floMinjr drift. Ye can learn no .particulars of the aociJect; ; "tfarTho Quaker City tonk fire last week whilst lying1 at Nashville, and nearly 11 of her cabin was consumed before any ftssiHtahoe could, be rendered. Her hull escaped with...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 February 1859

"7. CLACKS VILLE INSURANCE AGENCY, N. W. 0wf, Public, Square. 'Aetna Insurance Company, ' CHARTERED 1819. Capital I.OOO OOOO 0-it all pile up. Burplut-CT 920.08, 1st January, 1859. Insure properly uf nil drscf-iption against or damage by hrs, and fie porlls of inland iiavigs.- tion. Sam'l !. WlLLIAMS, A K't, , N. W, Cor. Fuu. Squure. Hartford Fire Insurance Company. ' ' CHARTERED 1810. Capital 300.000 Doflars all paid. Surplus 1399.63' 32, 1st January, 1859. retires all descriptions of property againstloss or damage by fire only. Sam'i. 8. William. Agl r N.VV.Cof Pub. Squirro. Home lasnraucc Company. (Nkw York.) i CHARTERED IN Capital UOO.tMSO Dollars all paid . Surpluu $2."0.000, 30th June, 1858. Insures all descriptions of property against los or damage by fire. Sam'l S. Williams, Ag't N. W. Cor. Pub. Squaro. ITJ" The above old responsible and prompt In snrance Companies, having fully complied wllh the taws ofTenn., the undersigned as agent, will with pleasure lisue policies for a...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 March 1859

:0 vl .Ulrriil ftflVl ;, -4 I I I ftl I rf A... A T ..II Ui TI ..11 . :. ti i' il ,(; ;,.: ..i '.: 'i-j ! i' ri. i L-'Hy-.vsY I -! .'!' or.:- ..7f oJ.l ,T'iiiVT oil oi t- .:iSn . my Vv 1 iff Viii JiVi.uv iii y .'.moi . n ii ii -li' m .ttv:?! v.f! i n Mr t.csrn r .a . 1 1 1 n . 1 1 .-, t m , . i 1 .Hv'il SI I P IF' SM .volume io: '-THE CltRONlCLK. -4 I i i i r. . 1 r " , ,: Printed Weekly " deuble-nKxlioin eliite-ery Tfi4ay morning, by '. , ' . ;.; .' NEBLETT & GRANT, -Psjoft'sftcrs nd Proprietor. . , . TERMS Or TUX PAPER, $2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OK ADVERTISING. ran nut sqCiRK of twslvb lines r txr One iim-rtlnn .m I Two months . 4.50 Two Inaertlnna I, SO i Three months - . 5,l( j Tbree months -Sl nionthn i Twelve month Three Imertlous One mouth 2,00 2,30 1500 Wrltmfor the Clarktrille Chr nictt. ' LILY AYLMEH. - - BT OlllOLK. CHAPTER II. A detlote frail thlnf , but made For Spring itini'ilne, or lumine. ihxde, - A elei der fl ower u . meet to boar 1- i One April lioiver,-...

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

-V k ' ,'. R-v. itnoiA8, -ra.f ; r. A . G C A X T, I ' - tha rfrlltor. RualnvSi letter to the publliher. syAdvertJaerjiaitia maat b handed In early on Tiai4iT monil..fii. or they wifl b 11 over. VKriUflcTHir' Virr!h(t-i and Deati. free; fOMidiflr ad Tribute of Reeprcl, ov. r Un linn eharg-iNfor. tr. ' .-.'I -, - J m'T!in . .' , r,rjClABKniLIL-IS. Friday, March 4th, 1859. u i r eJj- Mr. Hunter, the distinguished Virpini statemnnr. Jit a Inte speech n the -.tariff, m'mI "he did not believe that pro tection htnefit even those interest' which .it errttfl (o aid. wore it for no other reason than that it induces com put it inn and hringt Amen the tt vel of price." Heretofore, the nvorite argument with free trading, .Bftinat protection, was that high tariffs always make dear goods, and the answer to it was, that protection induced competition at homo, and must make goods cheaper, by something like the cost of two shipments across the Atlantic, of the raw tnateriul, and tho charges and prof...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 March 1859

T LOCAL ITEMS. . NEBLETT GRANT. Lacal Ediiara. Friday, March 4th, 1859. IT ChnnicU Ofitt over Pickering tf El'$ Store. JTPobsrrlpMous for the preient vctr mil b paid Id advanoe. ' Itrllarloue Notice. Rev. R. B. Mrirf uilen, D. D.. will preach In the Presbyterian Church en Sabbath nexl,al 1 1 o'clock Stewart Colt eq. - Feeling a deep in terest in the Schools of Clarksvllle, we again, call tho attention of our reader to Stewart College. At Mated in onr issue ieforo the last, some $40,000 have been recently obtained here, for the purpose of endowing thin institution. The object, wo understand, is to secure 1150,000 bj donations and subscription! for scholar ships; then to invest said endowment fund nd out of the annual accruing interest not touching the principal pay the Pro fessors. This would place the School be yond all fluctuations of income caused by diminished receipts of tuition fees and proviJo such a fund and such a permanent situation as would make practicable the engagement ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 March 1859

T- i n iiilim Lb t CuAKKSvlLllE N. W. Aetna Iiisurauc Company.' ' '"' CHaRT'ERED 1819. J ' " ' Cspltal-1.000 OOOO Dollera-rall paid op. Forpltv -C1 dMf, )? 'aauat'y, UfS., liurn property tf 'nil descriptions against I'feror damngs by fire, and the perils of iulnnd naviga tion. t?A'l. P. WILLIAMS, Ag't, . 1 5 2 2 V. 'A v vf,'$yJ'.V; 5u(f . Hartford Fire Insurance Company. " '"CIIARTEREB 1810. , 1 Cspitnl 50O.C0O Dollar all paid. aWptus -.$089.(332 32, l.t January, 1S59. tisures all descriptions of property ag-iim damage by fire only. ' Su'n 8. Willi I.Vi IT N.W.Cor Pub.Sq eg linstlosa or illiams, Agl usre. llome Insurance Company .Y , " (Naw York.) '. . . CHARTERED IN Capital GOO.OOO Dollare a'l paid . Surplus $250 000, 30th June, 1658. Insnres all dcscilptlons of properly ega It silos or dartinge by fire . Sam'l S. W illiams, Ag't N W. Cor. Pub. Square. ET The above old responsible a id prompt In surance Companies, hsvifig lull complied wt'h the laws of Te mi.. iher uiMierligood a a...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 March 1859

IS M If 1 H JLJLJ VOLUME 10. f c. CLAEKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1850. ' KIDJBEIl 1C. i . , """T J t-f THE .CHItON.lCLK. Printed Weekly an doubU-nediuralircWvery f rUay morning" by NEBLETT & GRANT, Plli$htri .and Proprittori. TERMS or TIIF. pateh,. $2 Per antitim, in advance. TEK.M4 Of ADVURi I?ING. ' Ona Insertion Twa Insertion Three Inaertloaa . One month 1 1.0 ' T"wo mouth 1.50 I Three months ' 2.W1 j Plx months ' 1 3,5:) I Twelve moulds J ft 5.'''' iS. j5.no Would that wo Meet Again. Ah! wou d thnl we h.Ik'i' " 1 1 Ruin, . fior .i rt 'nil llf ' d. hue; ,'..For kiiow that tl. oii.'ii g ldin riming Doth t in') tl" h nr( lo 11,1 'i A e'ia n whose ten ill wi I antwina . Vhl 6 nil this earth I lov. Wh eli anight h.n lots c iu e'er dlsso've, The iu.ic.le crulu of lova. Ah! wutd that w might meet again, Kor Ion and dreary are Th- h.uir., h -n thou art fMm m aida ' Yet love' my giil ing stir : And Mill amid th- d rk'-l hour, Twl I aweelly pnl.it to the- ; Eor thuu this l eiri...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 March 1859

3 J. IV v. CliuhsviUc Chronicle. R. W. THOMAS, Jitter 1. 8. NRRLRTT,) J. A. GRANT, S Publishers. JOT The debate in the Senate, on tbe conitructioo of the Nebraska bill, ia the most laughable farce that haa been acted by the atock company of grave and reverend Senator. The aoutbern mem bera had their eyca opened, on that oc casion, to the fraud practiced upon the South, and itarcd about them in utter amoEcment, on the announcement that the doctrine of non-intervention divested Conpreaa of the right to interfere for the protection of elate property in the terri tories. The northern members wore rather amoved at the wry faces of the southerners, and somewhat tauntingly told them to seek their remedy wherever they could find it. The Sovth has no just cause of complaint, because the fraud was fully exposed before it was consummated, and the representatives of the slave interest swallowed the hook with the bait looking not to the interests of the South, but of the democratic party for whi...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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