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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 May 1859

LOCAL ITEMS. KEBLETT A GRANT. Local Editor: Friday, May 20th, 1959. J0- ChronicU Ojtict ottr Picketing $ Ely I Start. -- 86BT Subscriptions must invariably be paid for in ADVANCE.- . fQ"The Railroad Comiany have received, since our last issue, two cargoes of Irun (nc of MO tons by the steamer Fort Wayne, and one of 3150 tons hy itenmer vieirose. tin win my a.amv i . j Our waders arc aware, we suppose, that this iron, althomh of the same shnpe as the old fashioned T Bail is hollow, and is claimed to c of better tex ture "anti laminating," or less liable to "scale o!I" than the old Iron. Besides this it is a saving of 20 tons in the mile the hollow rail rciiuiiiiig only 80 tons to the mile, while the solid requires 1 00 tons. The remainder of tho iron we presume will be here shortly. The first locomotive "upon our shores," sUso arrived a few days ago ; she is named "Clarks ville" and weighs, with tender attached, about 41, 000 pounds, beiug intended for the passenger en gine, and some...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 May 1859

Crcat raiise ot Joy to (he Afflicted. Crooke'a Electric Oil. The euro performed by this Medicine are eg won derful mid instantaneous, so satisfactory and mil loo ting of human ill, as to cull upon public functionaries, and those having charge or public institution for the irk and utl'oriup, to look well into the woll-attcstcd merits, tli simplo e (licncy of this Electric Oil. Its effects arc to astonishing as to resemble those mira culous cures in ancient time, spoken of in the Scrip, t tires, as performed by aiino'inting with oil. Thin Electric Oil la extremely mild, j et prompt in its opt r Blion. It Is used with a most salutary effect in nil Flerh Wounds and Cutaneous Eruptions, such as llurns, Cuts, Chaps, Tetter, Ringworm, Frosted Feet, Earache, Deafness, Sore Eyes, Piles, liruises, and all disease where an external application is reiuired, tut it is perfectly safe to take internally, and it has n good effect in all eases of Incipient Consumption, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup, Ac,...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 May 1859

a' CHRONICLE I V CLAEKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1859. VOLUME 10. NUMBER 27. I THE CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly o a double-medium sheetevery f riday morning, by u NEBLETT &, GRANT, ' fkllithtrt and Proprittar. TERMS OP TUB PAPER, $2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS. OF ADVERTISING. VSB ONI SQUARE OF TWELVE LINES OR LESS On Insertion $1,01 Two mouths $4.50 Twe Insertions 1,50 i Three month 5,00 Three insertions 2,M Six months 9,00 Ob month 2,50 I Twelve nionthi 15,00 For the Chronicle. To my Sister. ftmcmbrunce shields the cherished thoughts r Of those we love, from oblivion dark, When death or aliscncc rends the chain ; Which binds them to our hearts. Around each niune, which friendship claims, Gladly she weaves her" silken bund, Which time cannot, in his shadowy flight, Break with his ruthle. hand. Bat, tucthiuks, with (i purer, holier touch, i She twines the wreath affection wove Around the names of those whose hearts Arc bound by kindred love. Sister, 'tis thus, within my heart, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 May 1859

f,,r a (glnrltfriUc (Shtoni'dr. R. W. TITOM.AS, Milgr. 3. 8. NEBL1;TT, 3. A. CHANT, ) Uuhrn. Bfciy All Communications mnst be addressed to tint Edittir. Business letter to tlic Publishers. All advertisements mint le handed In early Thursday morning, or they will bo left over. lt55u Announcing Marriage and Deaths, free; Obituaries and Tribute of Respect, over ten lines, clutrged for M other advertisement. ET3 Persons sulscrlblng for the Chmnlrlr, must accompany their orders with f 2, or the paper will not be sent. Opposition State Ticket. for GOVERNOR, JOHN NETIIERLANP, of Hawkins. FOR CONGRESS, Ji. 91. QU AIU.DS of Montgomery. FOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE, from the Counties of Davidson, Robertson, Mont ' gomcry mid Cheatham, H. 11. CIIK1TII AM. of Davidson FOR SENATOR, Tnia the' Counties of Robertson, Montgomery anil Stewart. Ji n.SOX IIGKX, or .Stewart. FOR THE LEGISLATURE. xcrniiAM it. niiiLKY. C cA TL1L B V T L E . Friday, May 27, 1859. Dr. Mencos and the Pass Law. As we propose in t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 May 1859

LOCAL ITEIVIS. KEBLETT k GRANT, Local Milan. , 1 , : , : " 1 Friday, May 27th, 1859. SJT Chronicle OjJIct over Pickering $ Ely' Start. fcy"S-bscrlptiona must Invariably be paid for in AbVASCEritM 1 " j tUfVn account of the crowded state of our ad vertising columns, we nrc not able to give our usual mount of locul i tenia this week. We would be (U If our friend would aid ns in getting up n ulDclent nuinWr of subscribers to publish a Tri Weckly. What do you eay 1 . fa5" In a statement, in our last Issue, in regard to Hit ausjtension of (lie horse ninil between this piace ana nastivillc, vm r-ycnniorc Jims, we nave aince learned, that we were somewhat misinfomicd. And ai it is not our intention to misrepresent or Hastate anything, we cheerfully make the correction. We stated, last week, tluit the contractor ottered to pay a debt of twenty-five dollars in government as urancesor script, and that the gentleman to w hom It was offered, refused it Since then we have learn ed that Mr. Ilock...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 May 1859

r i Great cause of Jot (o (he A filleted. ! Crooke's Electric Oil. The euros performed by this Medicine are so won derful and instantaneous, to satisfactory and mitiga ting of huirmn ill, u to en II npon public functionaries, ml those having charge of public institutions for Hip ick and sulli-ring, to looV well into llie wnli-nttestcd merits, the simple e tlicaeyof this El'ftrfr Oil. It: tffeel are so astonishing as to resemble those mira culous cures in ancient time, Fpnken of in the Scrip ture, as performed by aiinointing with oil. This Electric Odis extremely mild, yet prompt in itsoper . atiort. It is aed with a most suluuuy eiTect in all Flesh Wound and Cutaneous Eruptions, surh as Bunis, Cuts, Chnis, Tetter, Ringworm, I' rusted Feet, Earache, Deafness, Sure Eyes, I'iles, limine, find all diseases where an external application Is required, but It is perfectly safe to tiike internally, ami it Inu a good effect In all canes of Incipient Consumption, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croti), kc...

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

r(l a jl ' , CLARKSVILLE, TEM., ; FRIDAY, JUNt 3,1859. VOLUME 10. INUMBE1128. Hfxu v ........ .. '114 : I fr H C ( ' . H-4r, X JLkJ Y JL JLJ JLJ JJJ y IL JLJL L VJ n II A Ii THE CHRONICLE Printed Weekly on a double-medium sheetevory rVUiy morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, J'Hhli$htrt and Proprietor. ' TERMS Of The PAPF.il, Per annum, in advance. $2 TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 0. ONI flQUA KB OF TWELVI LINES OR LESS One Insertion 1, 01 I Two moil tin 14.50 Tw Insertions Three Insertion One month KJ 1,50, Three monlhi 5,00 9,00 2,no 2,50 I Six month Twelve month 15,00 Written for the Clarluville Chronicle." LILY A YLME It . BY ORIOLE. ' r CHAPTER XI. "Hoys when yon court, You should deport, . Yourselves with circumspection; It in a sin, To seek to win, And tritlo with affection. Nor w hen sim-cre, The men appear, In gallantry and wooing," Van woman jilt, Without the guilt, Of Biniilnr misdoing." MA benm o'er the fare of the waters nmv glow, While the tide runs in coldness nud darkness below,...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 June 1859

OS v call fb. (Slitttorillc (Chronicle. R, T. TTIOMAS, Editor. J. a N EH LETT, ' J. A. GRANT, , rullithtrt. Sk3T All Communications mint lie addressed to the Editor. Business letters to the Publishers. DF5u All eirertlscmcnt mu.it V handed In enrly Thursday morning, or they will he left over. Announcing Marriages, and Deaths, free; Obituaries and Tributes of Respect, over ton lines, charged for as otliT advertisements. ' . Person subscribing for the Chronicle, mint accompany their orders with $2, or the paper will nut be lent Pl-'i-l 1 ' "! 1 '' riiiiii.iaiiiu Opposition State Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, JOHN OTHER LAND, of nankins. FOR CONGRESS, XAJ. M.qi tHM:s. of Mn.;romcry. FOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE, - From the Counties of Davidson. RoljerLson, Mont gomery nnd Chcnthnin, H. 11. CIIKATIIAM, or Davidson. , TCiR SENATOR, Fwob the Counties of Rolietlson, Montgomery and Stewnrt. jrDSOX IIOIt, or Stewart. FOR THE LEGISLATURE. keeihiam n. m dm:y. CLA TIC S V I L E . Friday, June 3, 1859. Dr. ...

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

tiaiui'ff..iLi1i,'.minM LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT A GRANT, Local Editor. Friday, June 3, 1859. te3? CAronct Office over Pickering 7y' Stort. . KySubsoitioal must invariably be pid for in . tS" The lute check of Democracy in the Old Dominion, has gone quite bard with our neighbor of the Jeflersonian. An unusual elonjrntion of his handsome fare, and bend of his tall form, with an alarming frequency of visits to Monk's Saloon, peak unmistakably and touchingly of the gloomy apprehensions with which the discomfiture to Ills party in Virginia has filled even his stout military heart Whilst we, as patriots, exult in a result so pregnant with futuro defeat to the democracy, as admirers of the beautiful, can but lament it's de spoilment of so much loveliness and symmetry as that of our neighbor. Out bowed now, as is his stately carriage, and marred as are his exquisite fca. tor with despondency and alarm, there yet re taiin enough of the Apollo form and Adonis face to denote the once prodigality ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 June 1859

treat cause ,of Joy t ; (lie Afflicted. , Crooko's Electric Oil Th cure jurf irtned by this Medicine are so won derful and instantaneous, sosntitfiicrliry nnd nlltlgn ling of human ill, as toxftll upon public functionaries, atut thoau having ehnrge of pulli3 institution-for tlie kkUhJotjff'crim:, ty Ipwk tfe'll Into the wall-attested merit, tli simpl elHc--jrof this" Electric Oil. Its (Turin in so astonishing onto resemble: those mira culous curu in ancient time, spoken of in the Scrip ture, a performed by annointing with oil. This kluctric Oil is extremely mild, yet prompt in it oper ation. . It in used willi a most salutary effect in nil Flush Wounds and Cutaneous Eruptions, mirh as Huron, Cut, Chiivs, Tetter, Ringworm, Frosted Feet, Knrnchc, Deafness, Sore Eyes, Piles, Bruise,' and nil disease where nn exterunl application is required, Imt it is perfectly snf'u to tnke internally, and it litis pxxl effect In nil rase of Incipient Consumption, Bronchitis, Astlium, Croup, Ac, . , 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. — 10 June 1859

T iT '4'TDTrniTTT T TT7I nil JDrVTl,N f T?l 7 "v :i .... s. .' ' CLAEKSVILLE, TENN.; FRIDAY, JUN LI 10, 1859. VOLUME 10. NUMBER 29. V. I I M m. - . .m. mm m j mm v.. m. r N. W JL . u .stilt ,4 A - " . Ail v ' a .X. A. x a msi VL a 'a. - r 1 1 f 1 M ma THE CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly on a doable-medium sheetevery .'rlday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Pnblithtr and I'roprittor. TERMS) Or THE PAPFR, $2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OB OMR SQUARE OF TWELVE LINES OR LESS Om Insertion 1. 01 I Two months 14,50 Two insertions Three Insertion! One mouth 1,50 I Three month. Six month. Twelve month. 5."0 9fin a.on 9,50 I J5 00 1 Wrilttn for the ClarltmlU Chronirit. LILY AYLMER. BY OttlOLK. CHAPTER XII. "Paw onward, knowing That brighter hour. Arc serenely glowing In yonder boweis." J. Wm. FUlchtr. 'For the enchantress held a and Thnt iinule time and life forgot: 'Till he asked no henv'n beyond Kcing, with her own inwrought, , Of her own ric life a part.'' J. At. KuU. Again the ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 June 1859

rf S i JHSil. (flatter UU (fihronictc R w, Thomas, av.w. j.'S. neblett,- f ... , ' J. A. Oft A NT, nUthcrt. tHAUConimiinicti((n jurist be sddres-ied to the Kditor. j Bushiest tetter tp the Publishers. BP9u All advertisement must be hnnilcd In early Thursday morning, or they will be left oyer". ' IMu Announcing' Marriage ami Death, free; j: Obituaries hnd Tributes of Respect, over ten linns, charged for as other advertisement, ttnjuPeivk.ns subscribing for the Vhnmivlt. must accompany their orders w ith $2, or the par will i pot be sent. Opposition State Ticket. . FOR GOVEI?N0R, JOIIN NETHERLAND, of Hawkins. IAS. M. QU AltLEH, olMIontKomcry. FOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE, j from the Counties of Davidson, Robertson, Mont- j n. II. CHKATIIiti, of Datldson. FOR SENATOR, From the Counties of Robertson, Montgomery and Stewart. JIDSO MOltx, of Stewart. FOR THE LEGISLATURE. NEED1I.OI II. IU IILKY. C I, A I 1C B V J H. Le! Friday, June 10, 1859. Cfif A friend has placed in our hands a" pamphlet e...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 June 1859

LOCAL ITEMS. XEDLKTT fc GUAXT, Local Editort. Friday, Juno 10, 1859. t(& C'hronirlt Office: over lackering Ely't Stort. ' UrTrSubscriptiot.s must Invariably be paid fori" l"' CA.Iiffl . I Fmm?mmmm'mmmmmmmmmm I ' We desire to procure a file pf the Chronicle ! and Jeffertoninn n far luck as possible, To this J cud we request all of our readers to hunt over their j old brfea, chests, and other places where they store I old papers, and park up snch numbers of the papers j as they may have and send us a list of the same, so thut w may sec how near we can come to securing complete files. We design to ask the tounty Court to nave these papers bound substantially nnd filed in the Register's Office for preservation and reference. Considering that these are the only eo temporancous records of passing local events such lis marriages, deaths, sales, advertisements, ic., in w hich we all have an interest, and which sometimes arc of great historic value as evidence, Ac, we hope our renders wi...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 June 1859

4 r Pur .-!. . ,' ('rent cause of joy to (he Afflicted. Crooke's Electric Oil. i The cure performed by this Medicine Rrc io won derful nnd Instantaneous, so satisfactory nnd mitiga ting of human ill, ns to rail ttpoti public functional its, and those having cimrge of public institutions fur the lick nml suTlering, to look well Into the woll-nttcstcd merits, the simple efficacy of this Klectric Oil. Its effects are so astonishing as to resemble those mira culous cures in ancient time, spoken of in the Scrip tures, as performed by amiuinting with oil. Till Klectric Oil is extremely mild, yet prompt in ilnojier ation. It is used with it most saluhiry effect in till Flesh Wounds nml Cutaneous Eruptions, such as Hums, Cuts, Chnps, Tetter, Ringworm, Frosted Feet, Enrnchc, Dcafiie.ts, Sore Eyes, Piles, Hrui.cs,nnd all diseases where nn cxtenud nppliciition Is required, but it is perfectly snfc to hike internally, nnd it has a good effect In nil owe of Incipient Consumption, rtroiii liiiis,...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 June 1859

i) "M,f Hi : JL Ji. JL ,X Jk ILJ JLU V. X1 VOLUME 10. JOHN LOCKEN, BOOK: BINDER, floulhrrn MithodiU IWithmg JJotut, NASHVILLE. TENN. OIVF.S prompt attention to orders for. Blank Books of nil kinds, wliicn lie ispnpnrcu ui i ft...tiin ht the shortest notice (irnl of the best mate rial. Miscellaneous ooks rclionnd in a superior Ht ,lo, for the Library or Parlor. ' 'April 2!,'5-1y J. C. DARDEN & CO. (Successors to) ' A . II . HICKS. mpottcts & Bcakts Iu China, (iloss nntl Qnconsware. NO. 40 I 17 II i I C! 8 U II A 11 E , NASHVILLE, TENN. Jun 21, '59-Gni Medical Notice. DR. W. V. BERNARD, II o m o e i ti i li I c . 1 Ii y I c I a n Laic of Trenton, A., Finding, nt his time of life, a country practice exceedingly laborious, tenders his professional ser vices to the citir.c-ns of Clnrksvillu and New Provi dence, nnd their vicinities, lie can lie found nt his office, iiiimedintclv nlxive 2d Cross street, In thedny time, nnd nt night nt Joshua Brown's, except when professionally abs...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 June 1859

V a. fllit' Is an know n (ClatltfviUc Chronicle. R. AV. TIIOMA!, Editor. J. 8. NKBLETT, J. A. GRANT, Pulliih'm. BfrS" All Communication must be addressed to tin Editor, Business letters to the Publisher. V. All advertisements must he hnnded in early Thursday morning, or they will be left over. Opposition State Ticket. for GOVERNOR, JOHN KETIIERLAXD, of napkins. ron congress, I AH. Irl.qiiHLnS.orMonifronirry. - TOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE, From the Counties of Davidson, Robertson, Mont pomerv and Cheatham, II. n. C11KATII.4M. of Uavlditon. FOR SENATOR, Fran the Counties of Roliertson, Montgomery and a. a JITDSOX IIOUV, of S( evrart . . FOR THE LEGISLATURE. KEt:iIIAI)I 11. DUDLEY. fT In onr comment, last week, upon a don. ment put forw ard hy the Democratic Central Com mittee, at Nashville, we took the ground that the endorsement, ly the Southern democracy, of the doctrine of suuiitlcr sovereignty, and of uncondi tional nun-intervention, that party conceded all that the Mack oepublicant ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 June 1859

LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT k GRANT, Local Editor: irrlday'Jnne 17, 1859. BfejT Chronicl Office over Pickering Ely's Star: KiySuhecTiptions mutt Invariably be paid for In Bfk- 8e first page for a variety of miscellaneous reading fourth page for interesting agricultural mntter. FlMAtl Acadkmt. In continuation of the exer cises, Sunday, June 19th, the commencement lermon will be preached. On Monday, the 20th, at 8, r. the graduate (19 in numher) will read their Es- nyi. On Tuesday, 2 lit, at 11 o'clock, A. if., John F. Ilousa, Esq., of Clarksville, will deliver the An nual Literary Address, diploma be awarded, ftc, and at night, " party complimentary to the gradu ates, willbe given by the President and his lady, to the friendi of the Academy. No tickets will be aued. ' We are gratified to learn that the vacancy as Director in the Planter's Bank, occasioned by the death of the late R. M. House, has been filled by the efection of Archer Howell, Esq. Mr. H. has long been familiar with fie worki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 June 1859

From the Guiesec Farmer. Cultivation of Indian Corn. (if tlic In peirtancc of Indian corn la the Atncri nni fiirmor, nothing tiecct lie full!. It is of more value, even. In n national jmirrt of view, tlmn wheat. No cereal cultivated in tcmpi'iate latitude nffnrds "per Here so nun h nutritions food fir man and honst. Jn one etn'o, too, it iH a, "falhrw crop," ns it affords mi opportunity of denning the land ty the use of the horse-hoe while growing. (Mi tlio rirli, new land of tho West, we mny apply to com wlint has hern well said of the turnip in Great ltritain ''It is tho sheet anchor of our agriculture." Wc four, however, tlint it flitter from tlio turnip in om; very important rescil. Its growth does not increase tin; runount of nitrogen or ammonia on tlic farm. It in a rop for rich land limil that in too rich, too low, nml too loose for hcut. It will flourish on' the best whnt land; lint whent will not succeed well on the best pvru limil. To grow com on hind that will produce goo...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 June 1859

1 M-Y-'w- : VOLUME 10. CLAMS VILLE, TEM., FllIDAY, JUN 1:1 24; 1859. NUMBER 31.' . - - JOHN LOCKEN, liOOKBTNDEK, Fouthnn Mrthmiitt lWinhmtf Jloute, NASHVILLE. TENN. TiTVra prompt' attention to orders-for Blank Books of nil kinds, which b i iiiBra to mnnu-fiu-ture Ht tlic rtiortcKt notice, nnd of the bvt nmtc rini. Miwrllnnerm biKiks Ti"hoiu(l in ft nieri(ir style, for tlic Library or l'urlor. Ai.ril 23,'on-ly ' ' J.:C. DARDEN & CO. (Siircotuorg to) A. II . HICKS. mportcr0 &. JDcalcro ',' In China, (ilii nnil Qucctipwnrc. ' N0.40 1' ir II M V SHlfAltE, NASHVILLE, TENN. . Jn21, 'GO-fim . .. . ' Medical Notice. DR. W. vTbERNARD, lloinoepnllilc l'liyiitlan Ttatc f Trenton; Ky., " Fimlinjf, at liia time of life, n country pmrticc fxcci'il'mgly lalKiiioiiH, temlcrs liis irofssioiml ser vice to tue citixens of Clark.'ville nnd New Provi dence, and llieir viiiiiilics. He can lie fonnd nt his onice, iinincdiiitcly iiIhvc 2d Crow street, in tlieday tin.?, anl nt nijrlit nt Joslmn I!iw...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 June 1859

"l-rI .-J LLL- (ClnthjsriUc (Chronicle R. W. THOMAS, Editor. ). 8. XERLETT, 1 tv. .. , J. A. OR ANT, ) 1"'- All Communications must be addressed to tli Editor. Business letters to the Publisher. tflk. All advertisement must be handed In early Thursday morning, or they will be left over. ' Opposition State Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, JOHN NKTF1ERLAXD, of Hanking. FDR CONGRESS, J A. H. qi'ARLi:, of Montgomery. rOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE, From Uie Counties of Davidson, Robertson, Mont gomery and Cheatham, R. 11. CHEATHAM, of Davidson. FOR SENATOR, from the Counties of Rohertson, Montgomery and Stewart. JCDSOX IIOIt, of Stewart. FOR TnE LEGIST, ATI RE. NEED1IA3I II. DiDLEV. C L II K 8 V I T, L 15 . Friday, June 24, 1859. tSf We hare, more than once, taken occasion to warn our readers that the action of the democratic party, on the currency question, does not look to hard money as tho policy of the State, but to the winding np of all the other banks, and the enlarge ment of the capital, and the ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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