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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 April 1859

a. ) hi1 LOCAL ITEMS. M KEBLETT CRANT, Local Editor. . Friday, April 15th, 1859. JO" Chronicle Office over rickerin $ Ely' Start, g9Subscriptions must Invariably be paid for In ADVANCE.- .m Mosey Focxd. A tuin of money found, which th owner ran havo by calling at this office, prove Ing and paying for thin notice. HTThe thnnder, lightning, and rain, on Wed nesday evening, prevented a full attendance upon the Concert of Mrs. Bell, who, as a vocalist, Is en titled to a liberal patronage wherever she may ap pear. Her voice is of great compass, and well mod ulated, and her articulation remarkably distinct a merit to which few vocalist can lay claim. tSSf We notice that the Christian Church In this place, has recently been re-painted, and the Work on the dome completed making it one of the neat est and statliest bu'.ldings of which our city can boast, and reflects much credit upon the liberality and good taste of its members. IS?" The work of McAcamizing the Cll on Mad ison street, beyond...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 April 1859

t- v tt. get imposed tofk of 'catcliimg items,' and Dlimed mwOT to tho attune. "Lily." "ild . .Walter aeatlntr tiironelf beside her, "I expect to leave for Florida, in a few weeks; tutincss thcra demands my pretence. 'I alH think often of you daring my exile cannot forget, but will yon not give tne gonio parting token of regard, some talisman which I may chSrinb daring my absence, that will assure me I idiall find you unchanged when I retara ?" ' i ." iiiiy urew a iruirrani mnur.iwnr irum irvr T " 1 - J - P L 1 .' . P workboz difTunina a pleasant violets through the rootu uud presented it to him. ' "A thousand, thousand thanks. You do not know how highly-I shall prize this token. I will put it in a glims case where it may bo kept sacred from the common gaze, and guard it as my most precious towel, because it is the gift of my sweet T.tte ' 'Mr. Mayhue, that is flattery. A weapon I did not think yon stooped to use. 1 have somewhere read that, ."Flatterers are of two classes, those wh...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 April 1859

CLAllRSVItLE, TEM., FRIDAY,; APRIL 22, 1859. VOLUME 10. NUMBER 22. , THE CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly double-medium theeUvery Friday morning, by NEBLETT &. GRANT, fiiliiher and Pr'oprittori. ,'J TERMS OF TDK PAPF.R, $2 Per annum, in advance. . V TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ton niti sqrjAat or twiui lines ea lrm Oaa Insertion $1,01 Two monthi 4.S0 ?T Insertions l.BO i Three monthi 5,00 Three Insertions 3,00 1 Pix month. 9,00 One month 3,50 I Twelve monthi 15,00 Sabbath at Sea. Calmly o'er ihe sleeping ocean Comes the dawn of Nihbath day ; Cloud!! that raged In wild commotion, Glide like distant sails away; Voices of the Sabbath morning Still the tumult of the sea, As the mild tone of the Saviour ' , Calmed the waves of Galilee. a -i- It Is evening, nnd In ocean 1 Sink th ? tiery inn to r st, ' At a wairy cVnd at twilight Seeks a loving mother'! breast. No sweet vesper bell! are pealing O'er the sea In mellow rhime; Ep'rit note! of holier feeling Whisper prayers at evening time. Starry isl...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 April 1859

ffilartoillc : Chronicle. K. W. THOMAS, H:or. ; J. A. GRANT, Aofcsfcfrt. rAll Cotamanicatksns must be addressed to tho Editor. ! Business ktters to the Publisher. , AU advert iscraeula must be handed in early Thursday morning, or tlicy will be loft over. i2a Announcing Marriages and Dentin, free; Obituarie and Tributes of Respect, over ten lines, charged for M other advertisements. ' snu Persons subscribing for the Chronicle, must accompany their orders w ith 2, or the paper will not be se'nt. 1 ' t" Ite.d tfca communication signed ; -vW. 0, Brownlow, In a lctlejr 10 a "Barton's Creek." The proposed road I friend at Nashville -a copy of which Is one of great importance to. the eountrj through which it is proposed to he built, and certainly, not less so to Clarksville. Let tho town sod country, then,' jointly L'O to work, and build the road. It will now before us-gives" a glowing accoont of the veal which animates the opposition of East Tennessee, and speaks, in full confluence, of a...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 April 1859

1 1 H i I' m ii i ii ,,J AmnP ' i 1 ' ili ii ff 1TEIYIS. NEBLETT ft GRANT, Local Editort. 1 Friday, April 22d, 1859." yr Caronwto Qft over Pickering Jy J57y' Stors. IttySuhscriptlons tnuit invariably be paid for In ISJTBy lome unavoidable accident, tlie tnana ' script of "Lily Aylmcr," was misplaced, ao-that we are compelled to omit it this week, we however hope'td h ble to commence it again next' week, ad continue it regularly until it is concluded. Iflk. The list of appointmcntshos been made and agreed upon by the candidates for Governor. They Will speak first in Nashville, on May 2nd, at Spring field, Wednesday, May 4th, and in this city, May 6th. We will publish the list entire next week. TCRXPIk'ES VS. RAILROADS. Tt is manifest to all our citizens that nothing can Add so much to the prosperity of Clarksville as well constructed turnpikes penetrating into Todd and Logan Counties, Kentucky, and into Dickson, Rob ertson and Stewart Couties, Tennessee. In the di- rections indicntad...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 April 1859

f ft 4J ." t i.,uy HI 1 PpwrRAt or; Oen. T," HAsKit The Jackson TFA;, afthq lat, aava: The remains of the late Gen. Wm. T. HaekeUi were brought to thi city, on Wed nesday Ih, for interment, and on yeter day he was buried, under the special charge of the I. O. O. F. At 3 o'clock a lare procewiion wit, formed at the Court House, of citizens (renernly, who procccdod to the Methodist Church, when ftev. Amos. W. Jones led in the services. Crops. Tobncro in Carroll county, the Huntingdon Patriot says t Our farmers aro busy in petting ready for planting. From present indications there will be more tobacco rained the pro sent year than was ever known before in the history of the county. Skcssion Ik California. Tn California the (-reatost excitement prevailed on the re eeption of intelligence that the Pacific rail- 1 ' road bill had been defeated in Con cress. The San Francisco press is filled with vio lent articles, denouncing Congress, and going so far as to threaten secession. The severan...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 April 1859

v.r i H um' J ; ;1J "A VOLUME 10. CLARKSVILLE; TENN., FRIDAY; APKIL 29, 1859 ' lb NUMBER 23. (V I- THECHRONICLE. Printed Weekly onai i double-medium sheetet ery frlday morning, by . .;, 'neblett & grant;" Pulliiheri and Proprietor. TERMS OF THE TAPER, $2 Per" annum,' in advance. ' TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ma'nit BOIIABi or TWELVE LINES OB LEI tin. infriinn At. on t Two months 1 4.50, Twa Insertions Tbre insertions One mouth 1.50 1 Dree nwntna ; 2.00 2,50 I Six mouths Twelve months 15,00 Written for the Clarktville. Chronicle. I LIL Y A YLMER. BY ORIOLE. CHAPTER VIII. ' .. ' "From tlo sad years of life i 'S We sometimes do short hours, yea minutes strike, Keen, blissful, Wight, never tu he forgotten; Which thro' the dreary gloom of time o'erpnst, Ehlne like fair sunny spots on a wild wBste." Joanna liaillie. "There comes , Forever something la-twcen us and v hat We deem our happiness." ' ' " ' Byron. "ARB you bo deeply absorbed in your astronomical studies, Sir Isnac, that you canno...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 April 1859

s' R. W, THOMAS, Editor. t. H. NEnLETT, J. A. GRANT, ' ISbliken. t&f All Cornmmifcritioiw sntmt h addressed to ths Editor, Business letter to the Pehlishen. Bfft3.AU advertisements mw be landed In early Thursday morning, or they will be left over, 8. Announcing Marriages and Deaths, free; Obituaries and Tribute of Resiiect, over ten lines, charged for as other advertisements. B, Persons subscribing for the Chrmiele, mnst accompany tbeir orders with 2, or the paper will not lie lent. ' CLARKSVILLE. Friday, April 29, 1859. Opposition State Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, JOHN NETHER LAND, of nan kins. FOR CONGRESS, JUS. M. Ql'ARLES, of Montgomery. FOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE, From the Counties of Davidson, Robertson, Mont gomery and Cheatham, H. B. CHEATHAM, of Davidson. FOR THE LEGISLATURE. NEEDIIATrl II. UFDLET. such being the case, Oic opposition of RjVeitiioo and Sloiilgoraory are-- re sponsible for it, and we feol fully author ised to s:j that Mr. Quarks has neither dona nor said anything...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 April 1859

LOCAL ITEI71S. NEBLETT GRANT, Local Editors. Friday, April 29th, 1859. US' ChronkU Office over Pickering 4 Ely's Start. tPulcnptlon must invariably be pud for in ADVANCE.- ' KB" We hope that every voter in the county will remember that next Thursday is th day that the candidate for Governor, are to speak here. The peaking here is so early in the canvass that we fear it will not be generally known. We want to see a large attendance on the occasion, and hope our friends will exert themselves to secure it. Every body should hear this discission. It will, no doubt, be a glorious day for the opponents of the sham democracy. Col. Nethcrland, our candidate, is a most worthy man, and will do his whole duty in the coming canvass. Let every one, who possibly can, turn out to hear the discussion next Thursday. Don't let any trilling thing keep you away. Come out, again we say, next Thursday I Senatorial Cohvkxtiok. This Convention meets in Dover on Monday next, for the purpose of nomi nating a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 April 1859

v lircat cause ot JoYtQ.the' AflSklrij Crooko's Electric Oil The enres performed by tiiu Medicine nre so Won derful and Instantaneous, su snfisfurfnfy nd mitiga ting of hnmnn ill, a to call upmi public fuiictiiiimries, nud those nming charge rf public institutions fur the eick and suflprinjr, to 1Kk erell Into the v. ,dl-ut(cslcd merit, (ha simple cOlca of thi Electric Oil" Its ctlccts nre so a-stniiishing iia to resemble those minv c.itiws cures In nmlcnt time, spoken of in the crlp. t . i res, M performed by annoiulinn;- with oil. . This Electric Oil is extremely mild, yet prompt initsniH?r iitinn. It i n?ei( with a most military effect in nil Fle.h Wound mid ('iitnticoiiH Eruptions,, such as I'lims, Cula, (liana Tetter. Ringworm, Frosted Feet, Kariu lie, PeiifiicsSore Eyes, Piles, llruiscs, and iill diseases where hii external iipplinitiim Li required, lmt It is jK'ifei tlv safe to lnke internitllr, nnd it lias n (rood effect In nil c:i:s of Incipient ( unsumption, Jirnnchitis, A...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 May 1859

- -m IN1 'i i. 7 7i., .r. :0: .'. . . . 1 ' 1 M ; , , VOLUME 10. ' CLA RKSVILLE, TE.X, FRIDAY, MAY 0, ; 1850; -. '. , KUJIBEB ,24. . -.( ! , . . . . , T II E II II 0 N 1C L E 7 Printed Weekly on doubln-medlnm iheeteverf f rlday morning, by " NEBLETT & GRANT, rfulliihtri and Proprictrt. ; TERMS OF THE PAPER, $2 Per annum, in advance. ' TERM3 OF ADVERTISING.' VOft flNC SQUARE ,OF TWELVE LINKS OR LEM One Insertion ' l ,0 ) Two mouth - f4.5n Tw Insertion 1,50 i Three month 5.00 Three Insertion 2,00 Si month 9.00 One mouth . .. 8,50 I. Twelve months 15,00 Written for the ClarksvilU CVircnfcto. 1 "lily a ylmeh. : BY ORIOLE. CHAPTER IX. , " ' "In vain I trusted that the flowing bowl Would bullish sorrow and enlarge the soul." ' rrior. "Through many a climo 'tis mine to go, ' With ninny a retrospection curst, , -. . . . And all my solace is to know, ' Whnte'cr betides I've known the worst." Myron. "Miss Lily, here is a letter I found up on your desk tliis morning when I went to the scho...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 May 1859

18 r I v I Attn v ,, 1 f'o,v It. Willi trl a (SlatbvUlc (Sluonulc. K. W. THOMAS, Mm J. 8. NEBLKTT, PuhM.rt. J. A. (Ill AM, O L II K 8 V I Tu lu 11 Friday May G, 1859. , Opposition State Ticket. ' FOR (JOVEH.VOIt, JOB!? XETKEULWD, of nankins. FOR CONOHESH, JJA9. M.H ARM;, of Montgomery. FOR JOIST RKPRK9EXTATIVE, From tlio Counties of David-on, Ilobcrtson, Mont gomery and Cheatham, It. II. CIICATHAM. of Davidson. FOR SENATOR, From the Counties of I!olcrtson, Montgomery nnd Stewart. Jl DSO. IIOIt, or Stewart. FOR THE LEOISLATt'RE. M:niiiM ii. ni'i,KY. 8Sir The late hour at which tho debate closed hcrp yesterday, and the fact that our paper was already tilled up, forbid nn extended analysts of tho speeches, and, for the present, wo shall content oursclf with n general remark or two. Col. Nethcrland' led off in a speech of an hour and a half, made up of im portant facts, and compact and lucid nrgu rnent in proof of tho gross corruption of tho democratic party. And so admirably did he arr...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 May 1859

local iteiyis. NEBLETT k GRANT, Loral Editor. Friday, May 6th, 1359. tSef Chronic U Ojfict orj Pickrrin'j $ Ely' Star. "JSulncriptioni must invariably be paid for in ADVAXCE.-3 in. mm I 3fc"e are requested tostate that the candidates for Congress vfill make speeches hero on Monday next. Gen. James M. Qcarlks is the Opposition candidate, and Ir. Menses i the Democratic candi date. tSST We clip the following complimentary notice .of Gen. J acmes M. Quarle's speech, delivered before the Odd Fellows nt their fortieth Anniversary mee ting at Nashville, on the 20th of April, from the Nashville Dantur: "Chief Marshal E. P.. Glascock here Introduced tl Orator of tho day, Gcu. James M. Qi aiii.ek of Montgomery, who proceeded toaddrcss tbeaiidicnce in a sce'h occupying nearly ah hour. His cll'ort was peculiarly nppropriatc, and prepared with n lit erary ability and taste In the highest decree credita ble to the head of the Orator, while the sublime truths which he ennunchitcd, tho solemn less...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 May 1859

6 down ihti if - Spring! 'Goods 1859. J. E. & It. S. EROADDTJS, v (Succeeedr to VV.'ii J. E. BroudJu'e ) " DEALERS IN- . , . . , r . ? I " ,taplt and Fancy, Gooilft,, No. 5, Franklin Street, -";-,-tv 't-D CLARKSVILLE,, TENN. Have now on hand and ere dally receiving, a largo ud general stock of ' ' " SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, Comprising alt Ihe New Slylet of Ladles Dress Goods, ncluding torn- very rMnkmble Bkirt 'Ilka Gren adiuea. Ber'geiaiidOrgatuJht a very large alack f White Goods. Including Embroideries, Laces, Summer Shawls, Mantle., Ae., ALSO, very complete sseortn ei t of MOURNING GOODS, Bonnels, Bonnet K I bbons. Gloves, Ilo.-e-ry, &c, a fall and desirable alock of ' ; men And coys wear. : among which may be found fine French Cloths and CASIMFRES,- i Drap D'Ete, Silk and Marseilles, a foil stock of Hats Si Caps, Boots, Shoes & Clothing VENETIAN. INGHAM '. '- , ' . BRUSSFKS. ; Carpetings, Also Dimity Muslin and Damask i - . u,; CURTAIN GOODS,., A very lares stock ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 May 1859

1 ; - i j 1 1 ilJ i Y2I -I. CLAEKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1859. NUMBER 25.., VOLUME 10. rv THE OIIRONlCm. Printed Weekly on double-medium sheetevery Friday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, rlliihr$ and Proprietor. Terms or tub paper, Per annum, in advance. $2 TERM3 OF ADVERTISING, tam irK sqUARt rtf TWELVS LINE OR tr.fr 1 4. 50 5,(10 9, on 15,00 Oae Insertion Two Insertions Three lnertlooi One mouth l.01 Two months 1.50 Three monllie Plx nionthe Twelve monlhe a.fio 3.50 I From the Avalnm.be. Death of W. T. Haskell. , T TlUOlXal HUTCRIK. Oh, for a lute, like seraphs' lutes above I ' ' ' A draught from Heliconian stream, That I might thrill a sweet, snd tune of love Ai weird nnd wild ai a maniac's drctm I AIm, earth's (fifted ones must dief - And leave their spheres on earth in gloom I The fire that burned in Haskell's eye -Was quenched in the dump, cold tomb I Tie crowed death's ever-flowinj; sea, Tired of the vain world's care and vice, . And soared on wings as fleet and free ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 May 1859

illl ft 1 5 GlaifcsviUr (ChtonitU; R. W. THOMAS, Editor. 3. s. xphlctt, Publisher. J. A. GRANT, JBaF" All Communications, mint he addressed to the Editor. ' Business letters to the Publishers. All advert Uemeuts must he handed in earl,r Thursday morning, or they will be left over. .Announcing Marriages and Deaths, free; Obitttariee and Tributes of Respect, over ten linen, eharged for as other advertiserocntJ". VX. Persons subscribing for the Chronicle, must accompany their orders with $2, or the paper will not lie sent. Opposition State Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, JOHN NETIIERLAXD, of IIaklns. FOR CONGRESS, M.Qrini.rs, of Monlgoniery. FOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE, from the Counties of Itavidson, Robertson, Mont gomery nml Cheatham, R. 11. CIIUATIIAM. of Iavldon. FOR SENATOR, From the Counties of Robertson, Montgomery and Stewart. Jt'DSOX IIOU, ofMttrart. FOR THE LEGISLATURE. KEEII.1M II. DI DIXT. CLAEKSVILLJj Friday, May 13, 1859. The candidates for Congress, in this district, opened the canv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 May 1859

LOCAL ITEIY1S. NEBLKTT GRANT, Loral Editor. Friday, May 13th, 1859. VET Chroniete Office over Pukering y Ely'e Store. RSJSurwviptions must invariably be paid for In ADVAXCE.&H Clarksville Female Academy. Prsuc Examination and Commencement Exer ciser Patron andfrirndt art invited to attend. LtTIRART DEPARTMENT. The examination of the pupils in their several Itudie will be commenced on Monday June 13th at 9 o clock. A. M, and will continue throughout the week. MTSIC DEPARTMENT. Three Concerts will be given. The first, by the classes of Misses Burr and Andrews, on Monday night Jane 13th. The second by Mrs. McDaniels' Class, on Wednesday night June IBfh. The third, by Mrs. Chandler's Class, Friday night June 17th. m ADDITION, On Sunday June 19th the Commencement sermon will be preached. - On Monday night June 20th the Graduates (18 or 19 in numlier) will read their Essays. On Tuesday June 21st, at 11 o'clock A. M.. the Commencement address will be delivered by John F. ITonse, Esq., ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 May 1859

brow, or mo. Li last extra aa' And tie yy-,1?, eratupa1 nj tl narrc ring Goods 1859.. J. E. & R. S. BXIOADDUS, (8uccesor to W. & J. E. Broad. !us ) DEALERS IN Staple ' and rancy Good., No. 5, Franklin Street, 1 CLARKSVILLE, TENN. Hav now on band nd are dally receiving, large and general stock or SPRING &- SUMMER GOODS, Comprising all the. New Style of Ladies Dress Goods, nelndlng com very rlohdonble Skirt bilk Gren adine, Ber-ge and Organelle i very large alock of White Goods. Including Embroideries, IjCfi Summer Shswli Munllet, "also, yry complete assnrtn et of MOURNING GOODS, Bonnets, Bonnet Ribbons. Glove., Hose ry, flee, full and desirable stock cf ; MEN AND BOYS WEAR. ' among which may be found fine French Clothe and CASIMFRES. Drap-D'Ete, Silk and Marseille, a full atock of : Hats & Caps, Roots, Shoes & Clothing VENETIAN. INGRAM &. ..,,1. . i, BRUSSFKS Carpetings5 A leu Dimity Musliu and Damaak - . CURTAIN COODS A very large stock of Ginghams, Prinla, L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 May 1859

..3 VOLUME 10. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1859. NUMBER 26. C LEI THE CHRONICLE. ' Printed Weekly on double-medium sheMevery Friday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Pullithtrt and I'roprietort. TERMS OF TIH PAPER, $2 Per annum, in advance. TERM3 OF ADVERTISING. Tea OKI StjOARS OP TWELVE LINES OR LES One Insertion l,ft1 Two mouth 14.50 Two Insertion Three Insertion "One month 1 ,50 Three months Six months Twelve months 5,t'0 2,I0 2,50 9,00 15,00 Written frr the Clarktville Chronicle. LILY AYLMER. .. . lit OMOLK. CHAPTER X. "Xo 111 not weep : t have full cause for weeping ; but this heart Shall break Into a hundred thousand flaws, Ire I'll weep," Shaki. "Mar slighted woman turn, , And as a Tine the oak hath shaken oft", . ' Bend lightly to her trust again ? - , . Oh no I by all her loveliness, by all That rnakH, life, poetry and beauty no I , Make her a slave; steal from her rosy cheek By needle) jealousies; let the hut star Leave her a w ate her by your couch of pain; Wrong h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 May 1859

1 Corka main ' U V ClavtoiUc (Chronicle. ft. W. THOMAS, Editor. J. A. GRANT, ; tSSjT All Communications must be addressed to tli Editor.' Business letters to the Publishers. JK2iAll advertisements must be handed in early Thursday morning, or they will be left over. Bf. Announcing Marriages and Dentin, free; Obituaries and Tributes of Respect, over ten lines, charged for an other advertisements. 8F. Persons suliscribitig fur the Chronicle, must . accompany their orders with 2, or the paper will . not he rent. I ' J ." ... ... . Opposition State Ticket. Yon GOVERNOR, JOHN NCTHERLAM), of Hawkins Ton congress, JAS. 31. qiMRfXS, of "Montgomery. FOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE, Vrom the Counties of Davidson, Robertson, Mont gomery mid Chcnthnm, II. n. C-tHATIIAM. ol Davidson. FO? SENATOR, From the Counties of i.iliertson, Montgomery and Stcwvt. tiso non, ifMeHttrt. YOU THE LKOISLATVRE. ee:iiiam ii. ui li:y. CLVll K8VILLE. Friday, May 20, 1859. Pf Iu the dcliate liere, last week, Gen. Quarles def...

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