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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 March 1859

LOCAL ITEMS. .w"- NEBLETT A. GRANT, Local Editor: Friday, March 11th, 1859. tT CAronue OJi oeer Pickering A- Ely'j Start. Subscriptions for the present year must be paid In advance. Bi. "The Juvenile Continentals" gave ono of their interesting exhibitions, last night, for the benefit of the Independent Eagle- Fjrd Company. The indications, last evening, were that there would be a very full attendance, as there certainly should have been. The Continentals will play gain' to-night; and we hopo they will ! liberally encouraged. About noon, on Wednesday three Irishmen decoyed an Irish peddlar to the tear of Mr. Bringhurst's Carriage shop and laved violent hands upon him, as suppos ed, 'for the purpose of robbing him. A policeman, whotie suspicions were aroused by the manner of the three Irishmen, pre vious to the assault, watched their move ments, and was on hand as soou as the ped dler was knocked down, and arrested the three worthies who are now in jail. Truly, the democratic, U a per...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 March 1859

V ly c' i a thi-t fir rri esa, ia i" From Washington. 1 ; VTAPnixoTns, 5?ui.rfny 27tli, 2 P. M. Diinii'l K. Sli-Vli'A, uiciiiImt of'Ciinjirep. lias just stint and killi-it l'liilip Rurton Ki t, Uniti'd Stiite Attorney '"" tlie District ol ColuniLia.'vharjrtTijt Kj willi tlialionorinp lii in nni clovtmyinir Lis ditim-iMic penc Fickle siirrndereil liiuiHcIf and in con ttitU'd tn Jail. - - Feb. 28 The jclect committee appoii ted at the last Region to examine Hie counts and Conduct of General Cull"" former clerk of tlio llmiio, aequit liim any corruption or. dishonesty in tliu di charge of din duties. Tlicy bave reported the (nets conncrt with every cliarcro, which in rxuminntiu was found worthy of attention. In com cases thu commiltee thought l lint more cat " might hsvo lit-en cxr"rcisid,.liut lhi n mounted to no more tlinn a failure to em rect pre cxii'tinp abiiava. March, ; 1 Mr. Stuart, of MicIiinK moved to amend the Fo't Office Aiiroiria tion Bill, reducing liuttcrfiold'a overlain...

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 March 1859

' .'.'.' I T ' itl; i i ! . i ., . , - , ... . ' VOLUME1 10. CLARKSYILLE, , TENN., FRIDAY. MAltCII 18, 1859. . NUMBER 17; ' i. THE CHltONlCLli: Printed Weekly an double-medium eheetevery .Mday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT. Publiihert and' Proprietort. TERMS OF TUB PAVER, $2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ton OKI SQUARE nr TWELVE LINKS "II One Insertion $1,0 I Two months 1 ,50 I Three months 2,00 I Six months ' 2,50 I Twelve months $4.50 5,H0 ,9,00 15,00 Two Insertions Three Insertion One monlh .' , Writinfortht Clark$cili Chr nule. lilLY AYLMER. j ' ' CHAPTER IV. 1 '0'r lvayward children woulist thou hoM firm rsle, And sare thee in the liRht of hapcy faces j Isove kopt and pstirnee these muit Ut thy gruce, . And in thine oien litarl let thsut flrt Vep whoul." , Colrriilgt. . . That first noming at school! How Lily dreaded it. She felt quite nervous as she thought of tho tedious convcrsntiou - with inquisitive and dictatorial parents about studies, tuition and the ma...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 March 1859

will (einrbHUchronuIr.! R. W. THOMAS, &dUt,r J. 9: rlKBLF.TT,! J. A. GRANT, Publithe'ri. lT Al I rommonlcntlon mint be addressed to lb fcVriiior, Baslne letter to tlia publisher. ITAdvertteements mntl b handed In early o TburaJay morning, r they will be If 1 over. a .4nnouncliif Jfrrlg and Dlh, freei r Mtutrir snd Tributes of Respect, over teh lines barged for.' ' . ' ' Friday, MarcliflSth, 1859. "";"' FOR CONG" ESS,, jA8.M.qi'4nUES, of Montgomery. "", FOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE. From th coontle orDavl'enn. Robertson, Mont gomery end Cheatham, 11. II. CHEATHAM, of Davidson. 1 tfST It is surprising to see how clearly 'come southern democratic leaders can , perceive the pernicious, , effects of falsa doctrines after those effects are dcvalopcd, and how candidly they can tell tho truth on tho subject, yet adhere, with wilful pertinacity to tho party which advocates them. The Charleston Xetcs, democratic, makes the following remark : Douglass and Cass, although democrat", huvo done th...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 March 1859

local items. NEBLETT At GRANT. Local EJilor: . , Friday, March 18th, 1859. tT 0nUU OJHet er Pkktrinj $ Elf Sttn 13" Subscription for th present year must h paid In advance. , Itellglou Xoflce. Rv. Bishop Otey will hold the visitation of Trinity Church, In t It la city, on the firt Sunday la April. Go' wilting. H will probably preach n tbe dav and night previous. ' Pig" A. dispatch from Ilopkinsville, in tho Jrfftrnonian, of Wednesday last, an- itounces the death of Gen. Wm. T. ITas Vell, of this State. No particulars, what ever, were given onlj the pimple an- . nouncenient of his death. Haskell dead ! lie to whoso deep and impassioned elo quence we have all listened, in rnpt admi ration, is now numbered with the tenants 'of the grave. He, whose sublime image ry transplanted every hearer almost be yond human power, and whose genius seemed ncarty an attribute of one who could not die, is now no more; and the frail body tlie perishable temple of his great soul is now but food for worms...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 March 1859

Ot .ui 'A Lis v bard ,i Mibs Caroll'a toot, tlitf 'Pope an i Presi denC liag called iorU) an cpistla fr,oruBl- timor ddi8soiMof th(v j.ullMjUr' lis P.odcsty ii only equnl to its amiability and appreciation of pother, nly jfxcajlcj by ha rercrenco for the Priests.- - We find i lo tho fhilndclphia Nctcfwof yesterday from wheneq wo transfer it "Suw'.--f have reoj-your circular ot tho contemptible book' vou nf pulitifchitif.'. and to wliieh you give tlo title, '-'flu I'cpe ud tho I'rsHiduiit j or, itwtUtig DtV 'closures of Romanism." 'NW I vuni Jot. not to come out with your lien against ilo m.misru. Ve know1 thut LuMior,ftlic vili wretch, went before ' you,' and thought lie could overturn tho. Outliolic Church, but did ho do it? And you ' think that you can do more' than that vile trgublcr did, and all tho rent of'lhe.Vrptestant liars who blackguard tho Pope rtnd our reverend priests; 'for what have they dono but good? Aro they not trying to build churches and schools, and train , up t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 March 1859

it ' . ) VOLUME. 10. CLARKSVILLE, TENN... FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1859. NUMBER 18. V C7 THE CHRONICLE . Printed Weekly on double-medium eheetevery frldsy morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT,'' . Pulli$her$ and Proprietor i. ' TERMS OF TDK PAPER, $2 Per annum, in advance. TEItM3 OF ADVERTISING. VOR AMt SQUARE or TWILVI LINE OR LFe One I n Mr t Ian $1 .0 ' Two months , . $4.50 Two Insertions 1.50 i Three months 5,'W Tliree Insertions. 2.00 Plx months 9,00 One mouth . . 2,50 I Twelve monlhi 15,00 THE POOR PRINTER. A TRUE TALE. . . BY CAPT. HAWKSLET. 'It was cold evening in tlio month of December, that Judge Wright was sitting by a pleasant (ire, at the residence of his brother, in Louisville Ky. His little niece was sitting beside him with her head gently resting on hi arm, and her hair falling in ringlets over her snowy should ers. - 'Tell us a story of a mechanic, unclo, if you please, for I often hear you spea king of them,' spoke the little girl, look ing up innocently into the face of the J...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 March 1859

V (Clatltfvillc CCluouulc- i R. W. T1I0MA8, Eiitt .L-i-e. -: ' - - I7AI I communication nuit b addressed to th Editor. Buslnes letter to the publisher. CTAdfortlsoment must be handed In arly on Thursday morning, or they will a lot tier. fc." Announcing Afarrlng and Doatln, frees Obltoarir and Tribute of Respect, over ten lines harged for. (DILAmiKVIIILILIo ; Friday, March 25th, 1859. for coa em, 4 AS. m.qVARIGH, orMohtgomerii F."ft JOINT REPRESENTATIVE. Frm tho eonntles of DsvHeon. Folwrtcon, Mont gomery and Cheatham, H. II. CHEATHAM, of Davidson. Moro Domocratio Meannos3. A correspondent of the Baltimore American is bringing to light some of the past history of tho Cuban question which is interesting not only in itself, but as showing the persistent and systematic efforts of tho democratic party to use Cuba as a, means of making political capital either by its seizure or purchase, when the agitation of tho subject is deemed itidis- pensillc to retrieve the fallen fortunes of the pa...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 March 1859

ifafii-k''ifiiiiinii iiii local iTErns. if NEBLETT & GRANT. Local ErfiW. FridayMarch 25th,,.1359. K7" CArom'We Oflf seer Pickering i; Ely's Store. KT Subscription for th present rear tnuit be paid in tdvanca. Ja Circumstances, over which we had bo control, have intcrrujited the publics tion of "Lily Aylmer," but we Lope to re lume it next week. . Montgomery County American Convention! Itecollect tlint on Monday th 4th day of April, the Convention to nominate a candidate for the Legislature, will meet in the Court House in Clurksville Let every District appoint 2 delegates to attend it 0 that a fair expression of the people may be had. DStf Wo are authorised to say the ele gant Nashville and Memphis Packet J. 0. Cline, will, for the accomodation of the delegates to the Nashvillo Convention, on Tuesday, 29th, lay at our wharf until 12 o'clock, on Monday. This arrangement tnu.it prove acceptable, and we hope the courteey of its officers will be rewarded by full complement of passen...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 March 1859

Trv.. i Ott, Nl "trtod ho, fTereJ In ml WOOD, EDDY & CO S Single Number Lotteiles! (Cliartcred hy tit Strle of Georgia.') OAPTTAIi PRIZE $50,000 ! TICKETS ONLY tlO Notice lo the Public. Aa the memhors of onr firnrhsve, by way c purchase raceme the owmr l ih- gran a C ar tered by 'lie flutes r.f Delaware. K utuchy, Mi oir I u ml purl of llii in Ci'nr.'la, under th Hu n ijx-neiH of Mr r. Gregiry At Miur, Wi n li.jton. Pclawaie, I nvn d- cii'e.l h rxi client In rht-nge III name of i.nr finn. on and at January Int. IK.9. !o il at of WOOD EDDY (0.. who will Itcirnfl r have the management the Sparm Academy lottery, and the ethers to above num. d. Ill all transactions we Inv endeavored to ron dtl. I our l)iiciifa lih lit'i-gity end p'ompiiics anil we eili assure the public thai the patron heretofore hot tow ed on lit la well tit serving of b lug Irsiistetred lucltr .ucce.Bor Vtrv respectfully, S- SWAN At CO Augusta, Go., Dpi'. 15, 1658. WOOD, EDi-Y 4. CO.. MANAGERS. Saraeeeor to 8. F w...

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

'I l''-U t I .11 .!:. - I ... M. I !. -i V "t " y , . , . .... J l in ito.. vt- y !! !! ....... CbARKSVILLE, TENN:; FRIDATAMiL 1,4859. ' .... Tf I ' ti f a . 'i v : -. i It ' v ' VOLUME 10. Mir '..(! ft :HUIIBEB;:W.;rt I ' ' ' ' THE.GHR0N1CLE Printed Weekly o adouble-medlem eheetevery friday1 morning-, by ' NEBLETT & GRANT, r.Puhlithert and 2'ropritton. '" "TERMS OF THE PAPER, 02 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ro Hk' so.rj a Rt r TWELVE tIRF.t R tKBS One Inexrtlon ft, 01 Two month 4.50 Two lnaf.rtlnn 1 ,50 Three month! Six nionthi Twelve monthf 5,nn "Threo InmrUoni, tin month ' ' 2,00 3,60 9, on 15,00 " If . I JRIDE For l ClarktrilU Chrnnielt. VANQUISHED. '.BT JUANITA. ,! CIIAPTER 1.- : Ylt entered without being announced ; 'Miga, Ivat" ,And Ler joyous cry, t meeting bitn, wai emothercd, with warm kiei upon her lips, as he caught her in his outttretched, arras. "You mean, hateful, good-for-nothing, ugly thing, you, how dart you kiss me," cried she, releasing hersel...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 April 1859

e&ou KLitbnUc(Cbroni(tc RVW. THOMAS, JJdier t J ? 8 .W RBT.KTT.f J.A.GRANT, Fublukert. I. a ijj.h.h: .'. '. - i: J.. jl ttTAIl eommnnlcatloas mmt ba addressed to the Edttar. Basinets letters to the publishers. ErAdverlisements mart be handed In early on Thursday mornings, or tbey will be le't orer. j4niorclng Afarrieges and Deaths, free; Obituaries andTilbatcia of Rerpsct, over ten lines charged, for. ' Friday, April 1st, 1859. . FOR GOVERNOR . JOHN NETIIEItUND, of IlawUnS. FOR CONG" EPS, JAS. M. QVARLES, of M onfaromcry. FOR JOINT R EPRE.a ENTATIVE, Frosa the eountlra of Duvl.'eon, Robertson, Mont gomery and Cheatham, II. n. CHEATHAM, of Davidson. M&" It will b remembered tbat, near Hi closo of the last session of Congress, Brown, Mason, and other southern Sena- tori toolc the ground that it is the duty of Congress to ioterrene for the protection of slavery, in the Territories, whenever the right to told that species of property is violated. On the other hand, Douglass, Pug...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 April 1859

w LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT St GRANT, Loral Editor: Friday, April 1st, 1859. tr Chnniclt Office seer Pickering d) Ely'$ Stor. ' 08abeerlpt lone for the present jrer mil b aldlu sdvsnce. Wo mndcrBtand that a compli mentary benefit is to be given t Mrs. Crisp, to-night. She is a most accom plished actress and wo hope onr cit'uens will show their appreciation of her merits, by a full house. J9"Wi clip the following from the Columbus (Ky.,) Cretcenl, and, aa a well tnorited compliment, transfer it to' oar columns: ' CUtlxviLLI FiMiLi Ac.DMV."The advertise hiant of ih Second Seeeiau of IhU excellent In atitaliaa af learning; for young laaiea, haa bran in urcolemns for three successive weeka, and here tofore, circumstances over which wa had no Con trol, prevented a notice of it. But there ia noth ing which we could ear, would enhance lit repu tation, for there la nothing wanting only to men tion the name of ila moat erudite and much admir ed Principal Rev. A. L. Hamilton in Conner, lion with I...

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

4- I WOOD, hlii & CO S VKa;lt'Acia!)rLot les! " - (Chartered ly f SVrfc 0 Georgia.) o'AVl'r'Air n ixe $50,000 ! TICKETS ONL Y 110 1 ftntife to the Public. - l I 1 As the members or our nrm uave, uy way of nnrrhaae. become the owner 01 in gr...'- ...... terrdby the Stau of rMyware, Kentucky, M.s .ourl. and part of these In Gwgla, hl.ael Kentucky, Mis- management of Messrs, of Messrs. uregory oc inau.j, Willi. liioton.' Delaware, pave eeemfiu TV lllllll.vM - - I (, -1...... Ida name of our firm, on and n'ter S:-.7 I.". TB59. -.o f WOOD EDDY ft CO who will hereafter hnve Ibe management M the'Sparta Academy Lottery, and the olliera at above named. ' ' ' ' , . la all transactions w have endeavored to con duct our bnsmes. wllh Jnt-grMV and promptness. " j .... h. nuhlic tW the patronege heretofore bestowed 00 u. la well d. serving of be ing traneferrrd loouT aucceaaor - , Very wiotrnllr. S.SWAN ft CO Augnsta, Oa., Uec. 13, 1:. . , 1 WOOD, EDDY ft CO., MANAGERS. ,' . Successors to 8. S...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 April 1859

; ' i ' t u ) VOLUME 10. CLAMSVILLE," TENN.. JFEIDAY; -APEIL 8, 1859. NTJJIBER 20. ti " V . -: -H! AA ; H ., II,. tl ,... Ik 1 ' ' H ' II II" II -V" ' " -. !' if '" ' II I ! I J J : 1 Y"!- ' ll'-'i J f II . t I I 1 11 J II 1 ' 1 ' ' Jl ' 1 - II II . I I r .. , II. M : 11. 1 I 1 .11 . It .MS II . B I ! II II 1 t 4 I J I i - i I a r a ' am wr -m kji bbbbb. mr v v a i v s b z a n w ' - i - ar m a at i ; - - - i , - , , , a n wa -, m mm m m mm " -J A- X lArv S. . Y -Ju eU U JeJ M J M . , i-i w ,W V V 1 'VX Ai U iJ Ai O THE CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly on a double-medium ilicetevery frlday morning, by NEBLETX & GRANT, ' Pulli$her$ and Proprietor. TERMS OF TUE FAPKR, $2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. TO ON C SQUARE or YWtLTf LINE! OR LF.I One inanrtion fl ,01 1 Two month 4.50 Two Insertion 1,50 i Three montha ' ' Plx nionllia 1 Twelve moutha 5,00 Three Inaertioni One mouth 2,00 2,50 I 9,00 15,00 For tkt ClarktvilU Chronicle.' PRIDE VANQUISUED. : BT JUAHITA. " CHAPTER V The ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 April 1859

CMarhsviUe ; (throniM R. W. THOMAS, Ediltr ' J.B. NEBLETT, J. A. GRANT, PaMisWs. ETAI I eomtnanlcatlona mnst be addressed le lb Kdltor. . Bealaees letters ta tha publishers. CTAdyertlseme.it mast ba handed In esrly en Tliuridajr morning, ar they Will ba let ever. U" Annoonclnf Jlfarrisf and Death, fre; "b!tnle andTribateaof Respect, ever ten line charged Tor. Triday, April 8th, 1859, FOR 'GOVERNOR JOHN NETDERLAND, of Hawkins. FOR CONGRESS, JAJS. M. qVARLE, of Montgomery. FOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE, From tha eon title or Davh'aon, Robertson, Mont gomery and Chestljsm, It. II. CHEATHAM, or Davidson FOR THE LEGISLATURE. iv. n. nritLEY. I" The nomination, on Monday last, of N. B. Dudley Esq., as a candidate for the Legislature, nearly 'completes our ticket. Mr. Dudley is a man of fine judg mcnt and good debating powers, and will make a good fight in the good cause. Let his friends, at once, go to work in earnest, resolved to cryry him triumphantly through the contcBt, and, in aiding him, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 April 1859

LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT GRAXT, Local Editor: . Friday, April 8th, 1859. WHf CkronicU Office over Piekerinj Ely'$ Store. CfcB Subscriptions must invariably be paid fur In fcjrMt U not very often that we speak uf our selves, or our own affair, but we wish to do so now, and to cull the attention of our friends, and the public generally, to our increased facilities for executing book, and job-printing, and all descrip tion! of printers' work. M'e hare recently made large addition! to our took of new type, and other material, and are now prepared to execute all descriptions of printing In' superior style, and at short notice. Our new type is from the best manufacturers, and embraces all descriptions needed here, we have excellent job printers in our employment, and can safely assure the community that we can now execute any work in our line to their entire satisfaction. We ask particular attention to our facilities for printing business cards, having a good supply of fine and common curds, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 April 1859

fubllc Sale of Real Estate. By virtue o( the power vested In me trustee, In k deed of trutl executed by R. W; McClure to me as trustee na aforesaid, tor the benefit of Geo. etackerBndThoa. Hayms, bearing ditto April the 27th, IH57, hiiiI recorded In Ihe Register's ofTioe of Montgomery rounly, and Plate of Tennessee, In Hook No 5, ai.d on pages 197 and 108, I will aell to the highest bidder, on tht prou.ls. s.on . Saturday, a3d day of April next, oae-elgbth Interest 111 the Rook'a Ferry Tract of Land Die an me being about two mike from Clarkaville, and containinf by estimalh.n, SI4 acres, and adii Ina the laiida o( VVm. Klewnrt ami John tucker, and oth. ia. Alro, one other (rant of Land of SO acres, near the present residence of K. vv Mcdure. and la the aiunebmiirht liv him of 8. McFall, end adjoins the land of W, A Qnarlra am. others, all timber: and convenient to the cliy. of Clarksvile, being not ove. one mile. I Will, also, by vlilue of th same deed, on the ad day or 51 uy next, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 April 1859

... A . mSi .1.' A il vAi' VOLUME 10. ; , CLAEKSVILLE, TENN:, ; FKID AY; APRIL 15, 1850. t r V 1 i l f ' ' ' ' n fi I ,i f "1 NUMBEE 21;" ; 1 1- - I u.1 - , ' Written or the Clarkurill ClironkU." ' LILY AYLMER. IT ORIOLI. ('...?; L CHAPTER VI. ... I,- "Look how the Wne-eyed violet Clanon lev to one another I ' , Their little learn are whimpering se '' The vowsthey may not imother. ' . ' The birds are pouring passion firth, ' . ' In every blossoming tree , If flowers and birds talk love laJy, ' - Why not we?" . " - T. B. Bead. .: Beautifully dawned the day upon the looming appoiuted for tho picnic. The milkmaid ceased her merry song to hear the sweeter carol of the birds as they frolic ed in tho thorn tree hedge, or darting thro' the blue ether sailed sunward until they lost !, themselves and song in -boundless space. Aurora, in her early loveliness, promised tojraany wistful eyes a cloudless day. The sun had gone to rest the night, before in a couch of crimson and the weather-wise p...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 April 1859

t n A A sk un wan' Ur wa. R. W. THOMAS, RUtor. Ai UnAH A, All Communications must be addressed to the Editor. - Business letters to th Publishers. ttjit. All advertlments must be handed in early Thursday morning, or they will bs left over. ttjim Announcing Marriages and Deaths, free; Obituartea and Tributes of Respect, over ten line, charged for ai other adrertitemcnU. ' Cffi. Person ub(Tiblng for the Chronicle, must accompany their orders with 12, or the paper will ; aot be sent. CLARK8VILLE. Friday, April 15th, 1859. Opposition State Ticket. , FOR GOVERNOR, JOHN NETIIERLAND, of DawLlas. FOR CONGRESS, . J AS. 91. or 3Iontffomcr J-. ' FOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE, . From the Coautiea of Davidson, Robertson, Mont' gomery and Cheatham, R. B. CBlttATII.OI. of Davidson , : FOR THE LEGISLATURE. KEEDIIAM II. DUDLEY. SGP Id reply to the assertion of the Jrffertonian, of last week, that the demo era tic partjr is not moro corrupt than an; othor, we merely refercd Lira to counter assertions made...

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