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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 18 January 1867

- -"- Rati or Airvairrisiiitj. Ont Dollar per qaara of Tift imn. CLARKSTILLK,...........:.JAN. II, 1866. VnAMoi or put. The reader will fee, by ruferenoa to , the Railroad advtrtiseraent, some change! la the time card, which took effect last Bandar. . - To Purr Mastihs. It It the duty of Pott MnsUrs, wbenerer a subscriber of a news paper rennet to take bU) paper out of the office, to notify the publisher of the fact If any gubscrlber refuse to take the Chronicle from b'u office, wt hope the Poet Muter will notlf u at once. Tiia Court was yesterday engaged In the caw of the SUte r. Welker. The Jury had not brought la a verdict up to .tin time of our going to press. , W, T. 8iicEM.roBD hai moved bla Chan cery office to the old Slate Bank building, on the Public Square. ' t ' i ' ' I. lUia Miiih.-See ipecial notice of Mr. Pyle, Ornamental Hair Maker. lie may be found at Mrs. Hodgson' Millinery Store. . ; Cocbt commenced last Monday, and , ha been in seesioo ever ilace. W understand tha...

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. — 18 January 1867

, Washixoto, Jab. B. Radical can to of tli member of thelionee of ReprS sentortea; to-slght'wits attended. by fcbout nintty membtis. The proceedings were do! altogether harmonious. BIf. ' Schoftrld, of Pennsylvania, was In tin chair, ami Mr. Donnelly, of Minnesota, acted aa. Secretary, ."Tbsonly subject considered wm lha nd- rattmiof, ibe resolutions in reference to th Impeachment of th President. These were bronghf Jbrwntd Iby lf. Ashley,' or Olilo, who bitd been selected by hli colleagues in the lions to present tbe resolutions. The proposed action was strongly opposed by Mr. longhair).'" The ground upon which lie bused hie opposition wm tiint this Con greg would not have time to conclude tlx trial proposed, end tbnt as the succeeding one wm eminently radical,' it would be beat nil rafeif to lesv the mutter to the ronsld enttlorl nnd action of tbe Fortieth Congress. Mr..Stevcns thonght there, would be am pie time In this Congress" to do whatever wai to be done, lie was not, howeve...

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. — 25 January 1867

rtWBT1.l.TIWIIWB .-j - n1" -"'ir !' 1 V'tB 'A r lJ- i rt oT ry 11 u-Mrii i t'Viil fcl a.! '..err r')w I ' p.f -tv, ff. rt , ;? Jrf 9ilC3 jntWOTt 1 tl "V l voLUitFa! otiy series, voi?Miii'ir.i ,t.l, ir f) ;j CLABKSYILLE, TENN., FRfDAV," JANUARY Uftimr" "OLD SERIE3T'6:'e: T'j-'WBkJBLil-. Ii' fa BO! ? i ., J f Vao s ! ii in l Tli 1 I I II I I I I Ji . I I II A- W W;. A-r.- .. . Y Alt( Iff !-! ar HAKUM. MILI.BK A CO.. SUA, HHtb CO Cincinnati, Ohio. in tnt ft- . . m I Cotton an4oacp..Jt actors . A. . . . i "miwol folly solicit coOiiKn'nf rt,B on ."'oof, Rttrtnetb M eTr. B n mo n t Co., Trnnj MrMi 8irmtmi. .1irnf Tt Boy, NmIhtHhv Tnn.GrHi JL.L. Citniih' r! Lrbnnoo. Tna- .. . ...... . Jn. 4, 1867-U DUMONDS, . J-i. ,IS jm u:tmuK -iTr;') .' l ,,g jj" a ia c! bitfV Dm. U, '66 ly CUrMTI Tena. ' . ,v- "I -Tig-,-. TT I t h . TDRHLMr, IB. 511 'J rnvi AUDI ( mtfofl tED S1TKR USDIXO, IEXX. SCO- S'ltlOtT r.'v T',r.X'' ! Tobacco coDilgncd' to by Rail, dtmyad. fta of tilif y - - - Coafiffniuenli lolic...

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. — 25 January 1867

die (fciuelc. I. B. BBBISTT. I. A. nTT. If ED LETT Je QIIANT, miHui abb norsiBToas. TEKISs Tint JMlan per rear, ta t&nwtt. R. W. THOMAS,. EDITOR. ClurtUTinv Tcbo. f raiDir, janba&y., -all, 161 NEGROESIABOK. . . It's an old eaying that, if the boys will stay at home, the gWe will go to see them. We think , it bay be said, with equal, if net greater truth, that if. tho farmers will stay at home, la borers will come to them. Tho poli cy now pursued by those ia search of labor, is well calculated to impress tho negro with the belief that there j is - no mutual dependence - between capital and labor, and that the em ployer is completely at tho mercy of the employee.;. For are we surprised thst ho entertains such aa idee, when we tee him hunted for, blarneyed and treated by so many eager employers, each urging his suit aa if there were but one negro and every body want ed him.';, ; Wa know that in a oontcat between cnpital and labor, the latter must be defeated; but we desire to s...

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. — 25 January 1867

I) Mi Cltwwd; ,1. A. GRANT, .! ,,of- Rats of Aovstrnsisth On Dollar per sqnara of ria Lira. ., . CLARKSYILLE,. JAN. IS, 1868. ,t . Criminal Court. (ThU term of A Criminal Court, presided over by Judge Campbell, ba been marked with mlt espedlUou clearing of the docktW Blue Its aoratnencement oa tbe Vh Inst ths following- eases bsv been dis posed ofi ' -. Btat vs. Theodora Wei Iter, for robbary. Verdict a yean la pan itentlary. In (bti caaa a notion fbr new trial and ar- reat U judgement wu made of the Court' respons at are not yet Informed,. An In dictment for larocny ii alto pending agtinst Wetter. - , ' ' ' - Stats vs. P. M. Hodges, for aaaanlt and butiery. Verdict Hfly dollars Boa and tbree monlbi Imprltonment In the county jail, la tbli caaa aa appeal mad and granted. ' ; " ' State vs. Jamea Hancock, for bone steal ing,' Trial tat for Tuesday next. . - . atata vs. Lewis Cberry, (f. m. c.) for re ceiving stolen goodi. VerdicWona year in peaitenltary: ti '! ; , r; .' Btat . 8am Gar...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 25 January 1867

Waa teeJla irfdkrtiriktliii f- TTATTTTT jk dqa , , , , , . , i... Mr ; J-J.il X.JL 111 It jlAvi) W lately ww to advertisement headed m ! '-' "'i'J. A tvA i. k, ' , above. It conveys to'ry boy tm impres- tire moral lesson, ' A honest industrious boy I alwoyt wast ed. He w ill b sought ftf; "bit service will b In demand f kwill ipokwi f in bigb tertntof comfrertidstidti t - he will alwavt hatta home, ht will gro up to be rout of Known worth and established character. II will b wanted. c Tb merchant will want bim Tor salesman or clerk j I he master mechanic will whbi fain for apprentice- or joMiuejuian, ' tks wilb job to, let will want bin (or contractor) paiitota want hien for a dortor ) religions' rokgr jgatinn for a. pattor parent, tin a leaclwr of their chil- drn. and the people jor an olbcer,. Hi will be wanttd. Townsmen will want nun. for tititen; nrltclibors as friend eriu.intanres as a neighbor; families as a visitor) the world as an acquaintance; nav girls will want bim for be...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 1 February 1867

. . , ... .. VOLUME J.1 OLD SERIES, VOL.; 15. CLARKSVILLE, TEtf N.,: FRMy, FEBRUARY NUMBER 29. . .i.ii, : . . ' : - im 1, 1867.: : ;;;-;; OLDS) rl ALPBONIO r. SMITH. B. TCBKLBTY, IB. SMITH & TCRNLEYJ i-'r ' "..' f 0WRAB.DINO v. -. ADD Commission Merchants ' -AD ; TOBACCO FACTORS BED BITEB tAHDIJffi, TEXJT. f CMBER, BOARDS' AK& ' SHINGLES, , Xi always on band, , r Tobacco consigned to ill by Rait, drayed free of charge. Consignments solicited from all quarters. Dec T, '6-tf A. F. S1UTH & CO. (Successors to McClure Jt Courts,) . .. Tobacco Factors COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CL1BK8T1LLE, TENNESSEE. - fja.8pM attention giren to tbs sals of tobacco,'1 . v.'. ,' ' ,. ". Freights and Produce promptly forwarded. ,,. Jan. 4, 1807-Uia. , : , a .. . -j. s. rutin, i. a. caidweli, , t, o. dubrstt. PUELPSC "HUHU i fO, TOBACCO . CommissioiiHercliaiits M)ffie t 'Cut. l - Main and Tenth Street v. ' .tLOUlSVlUE, KY. t- Storage Warehouses: ror.of Main and 10th, Main and lltb.aud 10th and Walnji...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 1 February 1867

. 1. 1. mun. t. A. SSAST NEDLETT 3c GRANT, rtmuanaas a so rsorkirroas. HEMS l Tkree TJonart per yea, In advance. R. W. THOMAS,....,..... -JTDITOR. Ciarksvllle, Tenn.t FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1867. BB0WN10W. On glancing over the late special mesxge of parson BrownTow, we were foroilly reminded of the truism, that man io the creature of cireo in stances. We remember hen Brown- low wss esteemed one of the most realoos advocates of the sovreigntj of thr States and the rights of theSontb. W remember when he earnestly taught that slavery was a Ood-ordain-ed institution,, and that the physical ana mental organism or the negro tamps him the natural inferior of the white man ; when he argued that slavery was the normal condition eP the sons of Ham, and that in other condition ean they fulfil their destiny, or make any progress towards civilisation. To these opinions he wss so thoroughly wedded, that he solemnly vowed he would die in their defense, or wade, knee-deep, in abo lition blood. A an ea...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 1 February 1867

Mi bxvmt. t.B. NCBLETT, t , . KM J. A. GRANT, ')L0ml stor- Kara Aovtih. On Dollar per uare of tin likm. CLARKSVILLK,., ..FEB. 1, 186T Ciarm or Tr. Tbe railroad time ta ble baa been changed. Refer to tb edvtr. titemtnt and keep posted. - Pon-orricis. A pott-office bl been ea tabliahed at Cumberland City, la tblt county, and at Ford Station, to Roberteoa eonnty. All Tmnoe Chikse In tbat universal demand of the bnman heart for new-ipberee for the exercise and delight of Its Tarled faculties, tbat of our long whilom Bachelor Local baa not been eiempt Ai will be seen by a reference to' oar column of mar riage notices, be bu parted with one-half of iimself, and tbat bit "better half.". At much at we might deplore title low to onr column!, wt cannot find it in onr heart to bewail It, inasmuch aa we know that he baa given thia "better hair' into the keeping of one of tba most charming guardlani tbat aver held a Ufa lease upon a manly heart. Oar colleague hut, hjwever, been o long regarded a...

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. — 1 February 1867

T ( .A Daniel Bryan bad been a lawyer 0 emi nence, hut ha fallen, Ibrongh iutoxication, ,to beggary and a dving condilloii. Brv.u .had married n hi better dayl the lister' df aioses reuou. A I length all hope' were glvcj up Week fWr week Wouid I he fallen iunn .lie drank on tka floor, and not a day'' of reel eooriely narked hi course. I doubt If nick another case wag known lie was too low for eonvlvality, for. those wbom.be "wouia nave associated with, would not tliluk .th blta.-'- - - All alone In hit office and chamber, be mi coniinura io anna, ana even DIS life swmed the offspring of bit jiiff. la earl spring Move Felton had a call to go tounio. licfore he set out he visited bit ister. He offered to take ber witb him, but be would not go. " But why stay here!" uried the brother. " Ton are faduig away,' and disease U upon you. Why ihould you live with such a brute 7 ' . ' Hush, Moses, speak rot no," answered tue wua, keeping back ber tenrs " I will not lenve liliu now, but be will...

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. — 15 February 1867

- J"- 'MH.'-. '-..- - -n- na.. isa- irnirn ' --in Trr-i- n u - ... ' ..V i A.ti . . iVy. fi.,.. f I ."v- r -" ,-., .... .. 4r . . l.-t! tr j .. -f frf r. .-. !.-. ,:......' . ""' " " . . ;-' " J J til ' 1 . VOLUME I. ALroMo r. smith.- ., p. rvtvunr, SMITH & TCBNLETf FOW.RARDING i '.Ik 41 AID I A f f X ' s ' I Commission ' Merchant asd ! TOBACCO FACTORS tl BIYEB L1IDII6, Kinr. ' y ITMBER,, BOARDS AND. 8HINGLES, J always on hand. Tobseco consigned to as by Rail, drayed , ars of charge. Consignments solicited from all quarter, Deo. , '68-tf f. - . , a. r. moth, w. . Toan.IT, cnii. W.TTLIV A,:?,t SXITTH &,co. , aecwton to UcClura k Courts,) , r Totsinco Paotora . COMMISSION .MERCHANTS, IS. Special attention tn to th wl of TOBACCO. . ... - , , FrvigbU and ProdaoapronpU, fMrwarded. Jan. 4, 1867-12m.! ! -u .... i... - . a, raiLra, I. b. caldwclx, j. o. puaairr. PHEIFS,. (HDlllll 4 tfl, TOBACCO Commissionllercliaiits Offlco: Cor. of Vain and Ttnlb. Slreeta, LOUISVILLE, KY, Storage W...

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. — 15 February 1867

5P5W J. . StRl.tTT. J. A. USA. runLimicK ass riOFiirroM. - ti ; 1 1 " 1 ' V- TKRMSt W, THOMAS, M.m. EDITOR. ' ' C'larkawlile, Tenn.i FRIDAY, FEBRrART..'.;.;..v..1, 1867. SOUTHERN TRADE. . . It is not unusual , for, as to be asked why we io not urge, more fre quently, the importance of securing Konthem trade to Southern markets. V feel tbat importance a much as bt one. nd wonM rejoice to see New ' Orleans and other Southern ports reaping the full benefit of the trade which JegUitnateljr belongs to them. We would rejoice to seo the manifestations of a Southern senti ment earnest enough to unite the whole people? Ia fixed purpose to make the South not only self-sustaining, but leading the way in commer cial enterprise and domestic economy, until it becomes, in wealth and popu lation, all that its' natural advanta ges, wisely developed, can so sorely But what is the use of wasting ink and paper in appeals to a peopled who look Dot the ; knowledge of the advantages they ' possess, or of ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 15 February 1867

tl A , GRANT, f"' Rats AnrtiTismo. One Dollar pet Ure or TIX LTXM. CT.ARK3VILLE,. .FEB.15.186T , TboM who know tbe sad bereavement (bat bas overtaken ear senior Editor, will readily luoderttand the thcnn of our usual editorial maiter, la tbe present Ittue. ' Those who do not art referred to out column of Til Rrvsa. The recent heavy inl con- tinned fatn haw Swollen the river to a con- idereble extent, aad the prospect i verjp good for ao overflow.' r . t. . ; mm . . ,. r Faieors Bcmuo.-We arc authorised by Dr. Cobb to state, tbat hereafter, and un til farther order, ' no fees or charges will be exacted by Officer! or Agent of the Bureau, for services they may render in connection with contract between freed people and their emplyoers, either1 In the examination, ap proval, witnessing, or registry of such con tracts or otherwise. , ' . . i. , .. i i Posmwsmirr. Owing to the Incleuient weather, the Fire Company did not bare a drill last Saturday, as per announcement- It was postponed n...

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. — 15 February 1867

w tr . . . , - imn.i i, ' - - - v www i ...... mi v . . a .am. a a w aw-wa n ai a. aaa. aa . am bm a i - . , . . - u . At ii recint meelidg'of he Farnier't Club In New York, a member inquired what wn th itmoi that potatoe ware col up before hey- ere Slanted. He believed that the potato ongbt to be planted whole, and- tliat th natural nutriment of tb era wn eon tained III the other part of the potato. A Member replied that be bad tried the experi ment of planting potatoes whole, but found that It made no difference with large pot tore whether tbey were cat In two or not. There was a popular error in regard to the germinating power of the potato, wblrb wai tuppored to be confined to the ere., He was convinced that thi wae not to, and bad epronts appear from the cot inrface of the potato w nere there waa no visible eye. John H. K Upper, Colombo, Ohio, gives nit newt on tb caaiee or the potato rot la the JSaUon al Agrienlturut, published, at Plttibnrg, Pennsylvania. He trace the die- ea...

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. — 22 February 1867

It: ill" tl TT'll i Iff Ifc-nrM i m in.. wwxRt, on a Tin or TFh-TirTr s jj'1':! .ii o Y 11 AIM! :;- J' in I- CTJJiJJd ttt ,r-m I i !' VpiVm'W -v '-c:OMj. SERIES CLAKKsynxE;;TEjm:;" Friday; February ,t; iswr ? M -T old series, no 40. " .i-i - number 32 AW U f U " I A . V ' ML. i' f WWW il 111 111 , II 111 1 . IKU II 1 ' T . , . . I . I 1 . I I . i I r-W II. ! I 1 11.11 ' ir if iiii i i i il l ii ... .. ii , in ii ii ii.' if i . i 1 1 v y x j i u ii 11 ii r w is ii 'i j 1 1 1 i U U U J U W U J U " 7 II r l iY V JTm'l r 4 l 1 i J i I I i ,' " i - ,;;- t . -w. .-.a, . w( .w. , . .. .JUL. i rn r.t . v i , - 11PUOHW r. WITH. ( ' I. TURKIiKT, RB. 1 SMITH & TIBNLEY, -r 1 -,.' yowRnDiKO ' r1 CommtKMion Mcroliaiit ..: ..':.: 0 -.) i. " TOUACCO FACTOnH ' BED EIVF.R LASDHC, IK5X. i . 1 " 1 .. 1 ItMHEU, ilOAniJS'AND SHINGL153, i lwyon tiatid. 1 ' ' ' 1 ' -Tobacu DiulgneA to Qi by Rail, irtjti fn of charge. . Consignments solicited from all qnrtn. Dec 7, '66-tf ; ic.'.-- A. V. SMITH, WH. R.TC...

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. — 22 February 1867

8k (toratle 1. I. BKRLBTT. , I. k. QBAXT. NKULETT Ss, GRANT, rcm.HlHaM ao rtomirroM. - ' - TEbVMS: Three Dollar per year, In advance. 11. W. THOMAS,, ...EDITOR. tlarkevllle, Tenn. i FRIDAY, FfylRUABV: !.:..'...S2, 1867, No one who marks the course of political events, in England, under the lead of luch men Bright, can fail to discover ita rapid progress to ward deniocrscy, with all its spocious show of popular liberty and hidden germs of corruption, -anarchy and mob despotism. This change will, probably, be slow because the resist ance is great. The government of England the best of which history gives any account has deeply m pressed itself upon all the relations of social and commercial life, and the pride of country which has grown up and expanded undor ita fostering care : the traditions which cling to ita long career of glory and prosper ity, and the almost superstitious rev erence inspired by its power are so many saving checks to the progress of innovation.. Our government be...

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. — 22 February 1867

dm J. A. GRANT, Lfa LiMt- Ratm Aovixtuhhov tquare of TK tuo. . , , i -On Do! fur per CLARKSVILLE,.... s .FEB. 22, 1867, ; Wtrrixo. There will N a meeting at ibe Methodist Cburcb next Monday night, at 7 o'clock, for tbe purpose of organising class in vocal music. Everybody li Invited to attend.' ", , '. . '.Thi David Whits Dbast, We have received detailed eccount of the blowing np of the David White, but ai we are Just going io press, must omit It. . There were fcbout thirty-five men killod, among them Captain 0. B. Shv, and moo(j those re ported wounded, wa Dr. T. J. Shew, but ha arrived beta yeterday, rtChurt. W re gret to lenrn that oa r friend, F. P. Buckner, of tbe 6ra of R. H. Fraxer 4 Co., ww among tbe badly icalded. Tni Mails. There is nothing we dislike more than a fault-finding sp'.rit; but Job, in bit prime, couldn't have patiently borne tbe wretched mismanagement of tbe Route Agents of the Post-office Department Com plaint are constantly coming to nt of fail ures tn the m...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 22 February 1867

The Impeachment of the' President. We have advices- from. Washington that th Radical dtnvtlvs will. lvoiia an Mount, witbttl Sinety daf,.revoliiooi U)e ! " gerenAenlfcy the forcible deposition and r-' inoval of the President from office. Voder ihil Impression we advise our readers and frlendi to aroid the entanglement! of debt and otbtr budneM contracts that are depend ent upon a elate of peace and tranquility for their performance, and 4otkep .all- sail tt lor an impending storm and roaviiUion. .A rrisi U at hand, rut luch a step will, beyond ant doubt, create a general state of uncer tainty as regards the future, will destroy all ronndcuo la th Koala to meet Its engage mcnla. aad unsettle trade and business in every- Airertlnn'. ' The Imnaanhiafint of tha President will lead to consequences the moat serious consequences that those engaged In Bustling It on hare little, contemplated or dreamed of In any respect. It will open new revolutionary . etiante In oat history, when all the ...

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. — 1 March 1867

illlfl TR) ATTTnH'i; iii 1 Hjjujyjo ."a , J ..ft irr: 1. ! t- K. ." -a r - VOLUME! 'r vm ' t ;i .1. t,t. , i'i -. CLARKSVILLE, , TENN., FRIDAY;1IARCII 1, 1867, 1 t : OLD SERIES, NO. 41. NUMBER 33. hC II .1 XXI JLWr-Nl' V "II J ll ll il li lt v 7 V II II i II .1 11 I mm aa-ai vst-si t m m aw v- w a m mm m mm aw ..'.-v - ,- u S M I TIlV TUBNLEf ' uh t Jj an-; .-..ward' Ji).-.-Ooinmlfliwloii Mr;linntej ,T..'.: v, t AKD . 'I rf TOHACCO FAJTORS . RED BIVEB LANDING, TSfo. ' Y'tWBEiC " boards ' and shingles, li always on band. 1 . Tobacco consigned to us by Rail, drnyed frreef chargeC i ' Consignments solicited from all quarters. Dec. 7, '(TO-lf - . A. r. SMITH, WM. If.TCRtiLtY, CHA8. W. TYLER. A. F SMITH & CO. 1 (Successor to McClnre k Courts,) Tobacco Factors COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CLAUKSVILLE, . TENNESSEE. BpjuSjicciAl attention given to tbe sale of TOBACCO. ' Freights and Produce promptly forwarded. Jan. 4, 1807-1 2m. II. M. FRAtKR, t. r. MARTI, t. 9, BDCKSIB, of' AVte Orleant. of L...

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. — 1 March 1867

Cljc (o!ude. t. s. NitLrrr. . , i . a. duit. NEBLETT ft C51XA.NT, ri'lLlXIIIRS ARO fRomilTOM. TJfcKMSt Taree Dollars per year, n advance. . W. THOMAS,, C'larkHTllle, Tents, t FRIDAY, MARCH , v8T. Tit-militia bill, passed last week, provides that the loyal solders shall not be armed except when in actual service If we understand H, actual wcrvica means armed operations' in the field against an opposing force. There can be no uch setvipe against unarmed and peaceable citizens, And yet it is agaiast these thot the militia U intended to operate. Their busi ness will be to keep from tlw polls all who maj be saspectod of an in tention not to vote the Radical ticket and to intimidate the peoplo, goner allj, with a view to prevent, any at tempt to recover and to exercise their constitutional rights. The loyal sol liers will not .attempt to play this part without arms in their hands, and since the- necessity for arming them is left to the discretion of .par son BrownW, whose evil passions ha...

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