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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 1 March 1867

at-A-., quant, fyr Rtss r AoaTtiJ.--Onl Dollar pr onar of tii urn. CLArUC8YILLn......IARCH 1, 1887. Iostv W learn, with much regret, that the remains of tb late 0. 0. Bmlth, wen lout on Iht Ill-fated ttrmer, Davjd While. The remains were bring brobght to tola clt for interment. . . , Stat Bask NoTa.--Th Boprtme Court of Tenner decided, on the 26th Inst, that (lie not of the Bank of Tennessee could not be received In payment of taxei due the Slate. The decision line earned a decline of the note to 23 cento, f .-' '. j, - . ( " Ootr. The legislature has adopud a resolution Ho adopt the gold standard to tb payment of members, thus Indirectly In creasing their pee dleia. - Montgomery County Tobacco again in Cincinnati. Thomaa k Co., totd on the lltt nit, 1 l.hd at $5Q 00, one at 30 00, and one bo at3T 60. Lovkmi or tbi Who Will find at Mesere. Dick Y Willlame a inperb article of Pennine Virginia leaf chewing tobacco. The inmpla tent our oflca lies upon oar dk like bar of golden saoshla....

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 March 1867

. ' ( Wka the tyav fcn tke Xortkvml u f , "JHlwvIn tbeir own Mlntl,- .4.'i-8t n1 .n cr7?A.T 'rM.ir lu 4 ;;;-n"! WIA ffllT AWIVWIr 7 i'i' t'jjy t i' t tv' T ..r.".! --Kf. ' Question. What i th mum of Ui ekei. too in Eastern clown T Answer. Repudia I tm af the National Debu j r C f. i -.jft Why docs, the prospect of repudiation frighten tbein so? A.. - Because they .are Jne- receivers, and tU Northwest,., West and ,7Dnth r the payers of the Pebw, n ,,,. """ Q, Jlow did Eastern men manage lo bare (I to arranged. A,, By bringing on the lute war.' .."... Q. 'Whf did they bring on the'lara" war ? A.. Weather i that negro itarer.was Jtrofitebl to the floulh. and thev com I red the grand Idea educing all the people of uaiica ouueg, wuite ana oiack to a state of stsery to themselves. . " Q.' What ! slavery T A. Slavery li that tate of a society In which the surplus earn .Ingt of the slave are applied to the sole use and benefit oftb master, ... rK , Q. What ll the amount of the surplus earni...

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. — 8 March 1867

r ifnim . .. . P fflilj) 3(13 11 ' ...! . ! I ' .''! i) Ji n '.'. ..(! t 1 no'),- .1 I ' t. sV. " V '- -'.A. X O -VOLUME . OLD SERIES, VOL. 15.i . r CLARKSVILLE, TENN.; FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1867. ioibsERiEsKoi!;;',- NUMBER 34; wnwifiri;1 v -,Y -1 mswu 1 I I l I B B B R I "X. 1 t 14- ill II .1. II . h- k H U 1 II 7 I II I W..WU IJL JJL JLLr UUJJUP-y f U U J U JU :J JJ-jau j -jjl r' v jjl. jul w vy jl l u vy li j u jy t v j 1 ;. -, i i "" ' t-:' ; . ;-i v-n. u:i .i'j .i . .ft .n..vi .U : :..! t-.-.i . '.' A, . SMITH, WM. H. TOMLCT, CHAS. W.TTtlR. A. F. SIHTH & CO. (Successor! to McCIure k Court,) - Tobacco Factors f ' lit. J 'i ImiWt-m i '..' : ' ' COMMISSION MERCHANTS, tLABKSYlLLE, . ' TIJXESSEE. ! V'..' " . ! ; -"T - ' ' (ts. Special attention given to the sale of TOBACCO.-. ,., ... r;, tt r,. ... Freight! and Produce promptly forwarded. Jan. 4, 1867-lJm. AtrHoxzo r. suit. t. TUBNLEY, SR. . .9 SMITH TUBNlifil r ,il ...FOWHABDINO .. , 1.. .,.( j""ABI- , CommlMHlou JIorohantM AKD TODA...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 8 March 1867

riptide. i. B. XKMLSTf. J. A. OH A NT Mi.WHtu A!to raornirroas. TttRflSt 1 Three Dollar per year, in ad ranee. R. W. THOMAS,;... ..EDITOR. Clarltavtlle, Tenia, s FRIDAY, MARCH....'..' ...m.8, 1867' There is dow going tho rounds of the papers, conversation between the President and Col. Ilalpino, in which the former is reported to hare said, substantially, that southern rep resentation ean do no barm,' Leoauso Congress, under ita constitutional right to judge, of the. election and qualifications of its members, can ex clude robcls and tbus force the South to elect none but loyalists. We did not expect so loose an 'opinion from a man of tho President's reputed tal ents and statesmanship. From the birth of the government to the elec tion of Lincoln, the clauso refered to, bore no other practical interpro- tatiqn than that Congress has the right to decide upon the legality of elections of its members including ngo, rosdcnce and, citizenship. It the right be pressed beyond ' this ra tion...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 8 March 1867

' V. A. GRANT, d,bt' " " 'i 1 1 1 i 1 11 Bath w AtrVismsiKO. On Dollar pet quar of tik Linn.. CLARKSVILLB,. 4, .-...MARCH 8, 186? , A Croftl M ark.In futon w will make croM nark on the margin of our paper, as notification to all patron whose time of iubtcrlbtioo has wp1re4. ' Look oat for the croM nark and renew your subscription at DM. ! -. ...... '. . li i. , mtk i . . ' ToiAooo. By reference to the account of aalei, tblt week, It will be teen tbat thwerf li bringing large prices. One bhd., grow by Mr. J. B. Hill, of tblf county, brought (30 25 per hundred. ; Four bbdt. one fourth lg grown by Mr. Richard Brow tier, of Logan county Ky, averaged $13 60 per huudred pounds. Ova readers will be pleased to Ienrn tbat the Henderson k Nashville, Railroad was old, last week, to Mr. Hanson, of "New York, Gen. Boyle and E. Sebree, of Ken tucky. . These parties pay twenty thousand and all liens upon the toad, and will pro ceed at once, to build it. When completed the road will give Clarksrlll...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 8 March 1867

wart w;iTnE ISTESTMENT. ; i f Can tort loan tn two thousand dorian to Mtbl'i.li myself in a small retail bnai netT " Inquired a young man not yet out f bit tana, of ft middle aged gentleman, who wilt pouring ret' ft ptia of ledger in -Hi counting rouiif of ena of th largest at-1 tabliilimentt In Boston. . The person ad ilresred turned towardi the speaker am re garding hlui a moment wills a look of sur prise Inqiiried t "What security can you give mo Mr. Rtroswr?" f Nothing but my oote,p replied the yoon j man. - ' :: " Which I fear wonld be bebw par In the maraet, replied lue eld gentleman with tmlle. '.'- " Perhaps so," anid tht young man, " Bnt - Mr., Barton, remember that the boy is not the man ; the time may come when Hiram Hlrosser note will tit at readily accepted as tbat of any other man." . i t "True, very true," replied Barton mild !y, "but you know business men seldom loan money without adequate teenrity otherwite they might toon be reduced to penury." . . At this remark t...

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 March 1867

tl,r VOLUME Y.r n A 1 :: OLD SERIES, VOL. 15. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FBDAY, MARCH 15, 1867. ' OLD SERIES, NO. 43. NUMBER 35.;,,.. " ' "" " iWffillfflESII c JUlUJo A. I SMITH, WXr . TVBBLlY, Oil. W.TTLIB. , 1 F, S1IITH & CO. (Successors to McClure It Courts,) ' Tobacco Factors ' v- r ; n c- .-bd COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ClAMBVllLE, . ... K5NKS8EE. - -a BrtL.Eprcil Attention given to tbi sals of TOBACCO. r.- -r - . . freight and Produce promptly forwarded. Jan. 4, 1867-1 2m. aimoizo r. surra. 1. TtTBBltT, IB. SMITH & TIRNLEY, ,r . FOWRARDINQ i - j 1 - . t ad Com miens Ion Merchant AXD TOBACCO FACTORS RID RIVER LANDING, TENN. I' UMBER, BOARDS AND SHINGLES, i Always on band. Consignment loliclled from all quarter. Dec 7, '6-tf a. u. mask, t. . masts, r. r. bccknir, Air? Orltam. of Louitiana, of Kg. . R. H. FRA8ER & CO., (Successors to R. H. Fraier,) ' Cotton and Tobacco Factors, '....'.i.i-i . AKD General Commission Merchants :;!f0, 1, UNION STREET, . - f NEW ORLEAN8. t& No bi...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 15 March 1867

j)c dlljroiutlci art worthy to t frtfe ; neither we 'created little surprise here, but rather t. S. SSSl.tTT. . - ' t. h. (HURT. NEDLETT Ac CillVNT, Pl'SMSHSRS AXD FtfQrUIETl'ftS. . . TEBMSt Three Dollar per year, In advnnre. It. W. THOMAS... ..EDITOR. Clarkuvillc, Tcnn.t FRIDAY, MAtlCir .:5, 1867. 'r There U bo form of ftovernraent that can long oppress people who : Tni removal of Mr. 0. T. Lewis from tho office of Rait Road Receiver, Soul of our Tennessoe exchange ara becoming quite impatient on the subject of Convention, and wo are pleated to see it, as evidence of a zeal tbat is fur from being in excess. No doubt, the Conservatives will have a Convention in due time, composed of the best men in the State, and we hope ft will lay down such a platform nd take so firm and wise a stand in behalf of the rights of a dishonored State and an oppressed people, as will lnsnre the overthrow of the tyrants who now bold sway. The next four or five months will reveal the fato in i m T reserve...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 15 March 1867

J. A. GRANT, 'J"- IUtm o ADTMTiiiKO. One Dollar per square of Tf li km. . CLARKSVILLE,, .MARCH 15, 186T. t Tiitn.- Wo ft re ander obligation to Yeatman k Wbelesa, Cotton end Tobacco Fictort, t Hew Orloan for filef of Jute pa per. " ' Toaacco Maaxrr. We ere Informed by a warehouse man from below, on the Cumber, lend, who iblpi about two thousand hogs head of tobacco, that he ha not, lhi ea on, chipped twenty hogshead to New Or leans, New York and Louisville, on Planters' account; that all the planter are (hipping their tobacco to Clarksville. Onr Kentucky ftlaoters are acting wisely this is without doubt thojr bed market Dmtb or Bishop Soblk. Thi veteran Christian minister, died at Nashville on the Hth intt., at the advanced age of 80 years. "Bf hi death his people have lost the eldest and ablest of their counsellors, and christen dont a tru'.y great and good man." We pub lish a beaotiCnl and interesting biographical sketch of him on onr fourth page. Gtoaoa T. Lwis. If this gentleman...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 15 March 1867

Twm It Xaahvill twio) and Dispatch, 7tb. Jehn Soul, Senior Bishop f the JtB Ht Cbnreb la Amerke, died at bis rat dews la lb city, oa Ikcroomlag of yester day, after a brief illneaa. II bad mora 'ban salt ewavpteted bl eigbty-sistb yar, having been bam August I, J7U1 ia Bristol, Ha rock rosaty, Maine. Jit became a cooTert to tb system ot religion in wbicb b lived and it'ith, ia bia sixteenth year ; and al lb Confatnca of she Metbodiat Cborcb, held is Ktw York ia 17M, b was admitted aa a yrracher la tb Itinerancy of tbat drnomina lioa. ilr labored ia this capacity with great tare and growing infiacnee, ia tb (states ut Maine and MaCMcbraetta, .until Iba sneet isg of Ibe General Assembly ia 1816, when b wa elected to Iba retpontibl petition of ttenior Agent of tba Book Concern. Tbit vat a moat imrUnt office, aad lb selection ill Mr. Koala was a higb tribal to bia intel lectual worth and Handing in tba Church,- Tba Marling trait of'bit character bad al read mad hrm on of the moat promin...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 22 March 1867

IMS! HEP JJUJLU JLUiUJUJo VOLUME 2. OLD SERIES, VOL. 15. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIHAY, MARCH U,.Wr OLD SERIES, NO. 41. NUMBER 36. WEEKLY A. r SWT, WSJ. B.TCMLBT, CBAS. W.TYLER. A. F. SIHTH & CO. (Successors to McClure & Courts,) .Tobacco Factors ABO COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ILARISYILLE, TENSESSIK. I!. Special attention given to the sale of TOBACCO. ' ' ' Freights and Produce promptly forwarded. Jao. 4, 1807-Hm. ....... ALPHOBW F. SHITH. ' TCBBLBY, SB. SMITH & TURNLEY, rOWBAUDINQ - AMD " . OommlMHlon Iorclial TODACCO ITA-OTOItS BI R1TIB LANDING, IBM. I UMBER, BOARD3 AND SHINGLES, J always on band. OoasigurnenU solicited from all quarters. Deo. T, '66-tf ti. ii. raAsrs, v. r. mabyb, f. r. buokkbb, qf Neil OrUant. qf Louiiiann, qf Ky. 17. H. FRA8ER & CO., (Successors to R. H. Frascr,) Cotton and Tobacco Factors, AND General Commission Merchants Ho, 19, I'NIOJr STREET, . NEW ORLEANS. IQyNo bills accepted without produce in hand. ... Feb. 8, 18G7-6m i, B, PHBLK I. R. CALDWBLL,...

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 March 1867

(omtle. i. S. HtBLITT. t , a. nAT. TVKBLlirrT ate GltANT, realism ranrBirro. r .- TKUMSt Three Dollars per jtut, In adrnnrr. n. V. THOMAS, .......EDITOR. C'larkavllle, Tcna.t FRIDAY, MARCff..M..m 25, 1887. To-dat wo publ'iA t,ho call of the Conservative; members of tbo Legis- laturefora Convention to nominate a candidate for GoTcrnor, and the 16th of April if the day fixed for the meeting. Every patriot must feel the importance of such a Convention at thit lime, not only for the seleo tlon of a candidate, but for general consultation and the adoption of such means and measures s may result in the rescue of the State from the ty ranny under which it groans and all its material intercuts languish. It inny be all In vain, but a struggle for liberty, oven if unsuccessful, serves to keep alive the spirit and to con centrate the strength of it votaries for another, and perhaps successful, trial. A concatenation of adverse cir cumstances has given to our oppress ors advantages in the stugg...

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 March 1867

. fShe (Sitronirtt. B. NfCBLKTT, fciitoi. A. UKAUX, 'Bams er" Adyih18i. On Dollar per aquar of Til uB. .,41 f a 1 1 imp r. -H lULi IV........... MARCH 21, 186T. 1 CrO H(trK.Yn Attar we wilt make eroM WA on-tb margin of oar piper, m notincat'ot. fo all patron whose time of aubcrlptloo bu expire. Loo oat for tbe crow mkrk and renew your Hibcripttons at one; i ' March 82, MT-tf. Itivn Ann Wiathim. Tbe weather for the Vt few day bat been cloudy, and rain bae fallen almost every day. Tbe river at this point baa been recited, ng rapidly, and I now nearly wlfttn to Wkk 'tTicra b about twelve or thirteen foct on nrpotb Shoal. Tbe Tenneeate river, at foanVUle, tk still rUlng and fear are entertained that the vplcndid bridge cros tbe river, at that point, will be sWopt away by the terrlbte flood. , IncoMi Tax. Tbe first of next month tbe new Income tax law goci into elloct, -By tbe provision of tills law, one thousand "dollars, Instead of six hundred, tritl be ek 'etnpt from tax. Pnsotuu la t...

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. — 22 March 1867

ALL RIGHT 8IR-1LI RICITI" tiro mourn or bishop Sucm. All right, sis, all light t said th th vet- ran chief,. . Ai dth ha errant In atrngglebnt brief, Kxchanging bis swrd for diadem bright, U a gives us tba Wfttth-wordL - All right, air. all rlgbtl" Jvi mnny a battla Br (word Da had flashed, As on the proud foe lie ao gallant) dashed : Ma never surrendered, but fought the good flght, And shouted Whti dying, " Ml right, air, allriUtt" All right sir-all rlghtl" io, the harpr hq lie rmirn, The throne, and tba arown, and the conquer- orspaiia, A a ait ma in yonder bleat mansion of licht 1 mount to possess then u all right, fir, all ngnt i My Captain and comradci wboae borne hi aa high, Have come to convey ma with songs to the sky : There' nought In tba gloom of the grata to niirignv O'er death I'm triumphant I M All r'ght, air, 11 iignii My father I my father Tw cry from ateof J lie chariot of Israel and horsemen thereof! A cloud hat received tbee, far out of ( light But lends back Ike e...

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. — 29 March 1867

LAfil TOY VOLUME 2. OLD SERIES, VOL. 15. CLARKSYILLE, TENN.; FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1867. OLD SERIES, NO. 45. NUMBER 37. 0 mm CiEONietl A. t. IHITII, Wat. B. TOeXLRT, CM IS. W.TYLIR. A, F. SMITH & CO. (Successors to McClure k Courts,) Tobacco Factors ASD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IhARKSVlLLE, TEXKEB8EE. ton?., Special attention given to tbe sale of Tobacco. Freight and Product promptly forwarded. . Jan. 4, 1867-12m. AlPHOMO t. HMITB. . TCnKLIY, 1R. SMITH & TCRNLEY, FOWRARDINO AKD CominlMMton MerchnutH AD TOHACCO FACTOHH RED RIVER L.15DIXG, TEXJ. 1 UMBER, BOARDS AND SHINGLES, J always on band. Consignments tuliclted from all quarter. Dec 7, '66-tf . u. MA8IR, I. t. maryr, r. r. bdcixeh, V A'cw OdeaiiA. of Louitiana, of Ay. R. H. FRA8ER & CO., (Successors to R. H. Prater,) Cotton and Tobacco Factors, AND General Commission Merchants No. 10, IXION STREET, VST No Jjtlls accepted without produce in land. . Feb. 8, 1807-Cm i. a. rurxra, i, h. CAtnwtLL, j. o. dcrrstt. IllEllS, CALDWELL ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 29 March 1867

&IC Cljrottitlt; rt.IHlBI.KTT.. , I. A. flUAHT. IVlSIiJlSXT Ac Oil ANT, PtlRMSHSltS AMU rUOMIXTon. - . TERMS t Three Dollars tyr year, fn advance. R. W. THOMAS,. ..EDITOR. Cliarkavllle, Teim. t rtU&AY, MA.RCIT -....29, 1887. Th Convention. TbTs is our last irsue before the first day of April, und is the last opportunity to urge the people to turn out in a body, und show to the world that they are not so thoroughly enslaved us to have lost the love of liberty-. If political liberty be not worth an effort to achieve it, passive indifference is all well enough. But, if tho opposito tie true, no opportunity should be lost for a manifestation of its due appreciation. If we can't vote, we ran speak, pass resolutions, assemble in largo and enthusiastic crowds and l'ive such expression to our opinions and our real as will not fail to exor eiso a salutary iufluenco npon the coarse of events. We "can do noth ing by sitting still, except display an apathy that will eneourago our oppres...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 29 March 1867

V i,l',',llll,llee'e"'""stejttsM J. A. GRANT, M'lor- Rath cr Advirtibinq. One Dollar per Square or Tf it mnm, CLARKSVILLE, MARCH 29, 1867. A Crol Mark.lu future we will make a crow murk on the margin of our paper, as notificat'on to all patrone whose time of ultcrlption hat expired, 'Look out for the crost mark aod renew your subscriptions at once. RtUMove.A very Interesting meeting It being carried on at the Baptist Church , The pastor hat been assisted by Hot. Dr. Teas dale of Co'.orobus, Mississippi, who has preached to crowded houses each night du ring the week. Several have been added to the church, and the Interest Is increasing. There will be preaching to-night, to-morrow Bight, and each flight next week. TriAKKS. -We are again under obligations to Teatman k Wbelets, Commission Mer chants, of New Orleans, for files of late pipers. E6FThe Tennessee National Bank, Geo. K. Rutber, President, has been placed in the hands of a receiver. Individual depositors safe, but it is unders...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 29 March 1867

a Call for Conservative ventloi. I lata Con- HV.ivn.ii, March 11, 1867. Tbe onder Sigrad, Conservative tnemliers of tha Gen eral Asaembly of (lit State of Tennessee, deeply impressed with the danger which Im peril our beloved country, from the recklcsi livregnrd, upvo (ha part of tha majorities in Congress and tha Legislature of our own Mate, of tha sage counsels of tha founder f our Government, and tha fundamental principles of our constitution, respectfully propose, that there be held in the city of Nashville, on Tuesday, the 1 Oth of April next, a convention of the true Conservative Union people of tho Stale; of all who with In the language of the lather of hie country ; That our Union aad brotherly affection may' be perpetuated; that our .free constitution may he sacredly maintained ; that Us administra tion in everv department may he slnnied with wisdom nnd virtue; that Jibe happiness ol tbe people of the State, under the auspices ef liberty may be made complete by the careful ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 5 April 1867

TTTITTTI V VOLUME 2, '.JJivi "OLD SERIES, VOL. 15. CLARKSVILLE, TENN.., FRIDAY, APRIL 5, : 1 867. ; i OLD SERIES, NO; W NUMBER 3& w !:' 1 8' r ' '"" ii in m ii ii w i i v ' n iiui ii 1 ii i i y U jII "AY U UA -; V . U U J 11 J A W . as-tBSamaBB. tfvMMB aiMnaMMH 1 1 A. r.ltflTIt, WU. H. TOBltlBT, CHAS. W.TTIEB. A. F. SMITH & CO. (Successors to McClur k Court,) Tobacco Factors - r ao COXXISSIOX MEECHANTS, CLARKSVILLE, TEJC3ES8EB. Special attention gl" to tb sale of TOBACCO. Freight and Produce promptly forwarded. Jan. 4, 18a7.l2m Atraonw r. smith. . tobblbt, aa. SMITH & TCEJiLEI, FOWRARDINO Ar Commission Merchant .) --ASD-j , TOBACCO FACTORS BED. RIVER LANDING, TENN. I UMBER, BOARDS AND SHINGLES, J always on band. ... , . Constgumenta solicited from all quarters Dec. 7, 'eff-tf . n, b. rtAtta, i. . siabtb, r. bcckbib, of Xe Orltant. of Louitiana, of Kg. R. H. FRA8ER & CO,, (SucoMtort to R. H. Fraaer,) : .Cotton and Tobacco Factors, ABO General Commission Merchants ! No...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 5 April 1867

dbjjc Chronicle. B. KK.t.eTT. J. i naia rcbiMniM amu raoruiToM. TERMS! TOrte VoTlars jer year,' in advance. R. V. THOMAS,.. ....EDITOR. Clarltavllle, Tenu. t FRIDAY, APRIL- - ,5, 1857. RADICAL LOTE FOB NEGROES. ' In a meeting here on Monday last, to appoint delegates to the Conren lion os the 16th, we understand that gronad Was taken in favor of giving the negroes the right to hold office and serve on juries. This is just and proper. There should be no half .way measures in the bestowal of political privileges. The Radicals, in'confering the right of suffrage, sod withholding the other two priv ileges, were actuated by no feeling of devotion to the cause of political liberty nor regard for the colored pop ulation, but by the basest selfishness They believed that by conferring the right to vote, the negroes would cer vainly vote for them, but if the right to bold office were also granted, they night vote for men of their own color, ,nd be votod for by all who prefer a decent freedman...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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