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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 5 April 1867

t j. a. grant, CLARXSVILLE,..-.., :iAPR1L 6, 186T. ,- A Croii Mark. In fulrire w will make a cm mark oo lb arg id of out paper, as fiotlflrat'on to all patrobl Whose time of iubscrlptton bnt expired. Look out for the cross mark and renew your subscriptions at once. PoeTPOMtMirr. The Temperanc Address, advertised for last night, wa postponed nr. tii mxt Thursday night, II th Inrt. ,-, . HiucuoDi The second Quarterly meet Ing will commence at the Mel hod ill Church, in lUU place, to-morrow at 1 1 p' clock. Fontwuo Discovm- Tbe Ber. Dr. Team dale will preach a Forensic Diirourae, to night,' at the Baptltt Church. Gentlemen of (be legal ' profession are respectfully In Tiled to attend. . Bishop Cumhim. We are requested to give notice that thia distinguished divine will preach' at the Episcopal Church, to-olght, ai 7 o'clock. JtsroOT. We are nnder obligation! to Senator Patterson for a copy of the Prelimi nary Report on the Eighth Census. It Is a Taluable document, and wa highly appreci ...

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. — 5 April 1867

rWlU BILL'S STORY.-Y Tt wns to ! 861, when IgnHad attach ment of cavalry wbo were coming In from Camp Floyd. We bad. nearly reached tbe Kansas Hot, and were to South- Nebraska, when one after Boon I went out of caeap to go to the cabin of an old friend tf mine. Mm. Wshman. J took only toe of. my re volver with me, for although the wet had hroke out, I didn't think ft necessary to car ry both toy pistols, and la all ordinary scrim mat,' one ia better tbaa a dozen, if you ehoot straight 1 saw some wild tiirteys on the road as I wai going down, and popped one of 'em over, tbinking be d be just the thing for supper. . "Well, 1 rode op to Mrs. Waltraan's, Jump, ed off my horse and went into the cabin, which is like , most of tbe. cabins on the prairie, with only one room, and that had two doors, one opening n front and t'other ob a yard like." , i ,r 'How are yon MrsrWahmanT" Ilaid, fceling as Jolly as yoo please. The minute she saw me she turned white as a sheet and screamed, "is that y...

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. — 12 April 1867

mm mwiY VOLUME 2. OLD SERIES, VOL. 15. CLARKSVILLETENN., FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1867. OLD SERIES, NO. 47. NUMBER 39. I T . J. W. OAYNHAM, ' DEAL! IH . CLARKSTILLE TOBACCO. Wilt fill ordor firing mcinl attention in flhtDDlnr o. AIM attend to the Sale Of Tobarf 0 In (bit market. Charge moder ate. Ui ma trial. Refer to the trade generally. . Cbukivill, Tenn, April B, 1867-Cra. a. r.lUITR, Wtt. H.TCRMLCT, CHAi. W.TTLEB. A. F. SMITH & CO. (Successor to McClure k Courts,) Tobacco Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CLARKSVILLE, TEX5ESSEE. BMJL. Special attention' given to the tale of TOBACCO. . Freights and Produce promptly forwarded. Jan. 4, 1867-iam. , - atfuonzo r. mT8. . tobmlet, bb. 8 31 1 T II & TCRNLEY, FOWRARDINQ ASD Comrultwlon Mci-elmntfi AUD TOBACCO FACTORS RED BlVEtt LA5D1NG, TEXX. I TJMBER, nOARDS AND SHINGLES, i alwayt on hand. Consignment solicited from all qnarter. Dec. 7, 'Gfl-tf a. n. aier, l. r. mabte, r p. ddckxib, 'e y Orleatu. of Louiiiana, of Ky. R. H. FRASER &...

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. — 12 April 1867

CQJStBTATIVK COLOKU CtmiS TIOJT. ; A WARSIXO! " W would be signally recreant to our dutj did we fail, in this boar of j. . ssbi.stt. . . obwt. danger to all that man should hold tVM.MHmu! and raorairroas. TERMS I Three Holism per year, In advance. R. W. THOMAS,..., .EDITOR. Clarkuvllle, Trnn.i FRIDAY, APRIL .-. 12, 1887. THE SITUATION. Tiieri Tbeing no longer a doubt that tho ten exoludod States ore to ie reconstructed under the military till, and it being equally cortain that o Urge proportion of the people of thofo States are resolved to take part in the work, the question Ss raised, whether it is better to at? unani mously In that direction, or give the lladii-uls'all the advantage of a di vision. It is argued thuta strong effort will be made to stool the Con tentions with loyal adventurers, who will so pliajie tho constitutions as to permanently disfranchise the great . body of the whites, as in this State. It is to avert this great evil, they say, that leading men are advising ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 12 April 1867

Slit i'-'Cfcro'ttuU. J. A. GRANT, jtta CLARKSVILLB,.........iAPhlL tl, 1867. A ft OM Mark.-In futura w will make a erott mark on the margin of our paper, ai notificat'on to all patroni wboto time, of ubtcrlptioD hat expired. Look but for the croae mark and renew your tabtcfiptlont at onoa. " Hrlisiovs. A meeting baa teen going on at the Methodist Church during the week. A considerable Interest la manifesting Itself in the congregation, and we presume It will continue for some time to come. All are Invited to attend. TEMrmsca DaMonsTiuTioH. We are re quested, by the Committee, to state that, In consideration of the interest now manifest ed in religious matters, the Temperance1 Demonstration is indefinitely postponed, The object, however, is not abandoned ; but as soon as circumstances will permit, the Corhrritltr will make a new announcement. The motives Which prompted this postpone ment are certainly commendable, and we trust that when the Demonstration does take place, the friends ...

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. — 12 April 1867

"All ONK Will DO." lady onee, of certain gy T aeft t husband did engager. hMT having passed th prime of lift," In driving to become wife, Without mctesa, ilia thought It Urn, To mend tlx follies of her prime. Departing from tbs otanl eonriia f paint, and such-like, for resource, - r7 V iih nil her might, tbii ancient timid t" Beneath id oak Urt knelt and prayed, I'pconsclou that grata old owl - Vat perched above tb mousing fowl. 01 (five Imsbani giver the cried, " While jet I may become brfde Boon will bit day of grace be o'er, And then, like many lunida before, V I'll die without an early lore, ' And none ty meet me there above I "Obi 'tii fate too lard to bear; Then answer this, my bnrable prayer, And, obt a husband glee to met" Just then tb owl up in the tree, In deep basa tones cried, "Who Wboo!" "Who, Lord? And doat thou ask wboT Why, any one, good Lord, will do." The MoTHtR'a Influence Thr, Bolid rock, which turns the edge of tne cuwei, Dcnrs lorever the impress nf tlio'leuf a...

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. — 19 April 1867

WEEEEY VOLUME 2. OLD SERIES, VOL. 15. CLARKSYILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1867. OLD SERIES, NO. 48. NUMBER 40. J. V. DAYNHAM, BBALSBIB CLARKSYILLE TOBACCO. Will All orders giving special tlmlion ta Khrptrlag to. Alio attend to the Bale Of Tobat In tU market. Charges modor ala. Giro me a trial. Refer to the trad generally. CUuktvjlla, Tsnn, April 5, 186T-6ra. A. F. WITH, . B. TCBMLBY, CHAS. W.TYLH. A. F. SMITH & CO. (Successor! to McClnre k Courti,) Tobacco Factors ASD ', COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CLARKSYILLE, ttXHESSEK. ' Special attention given to the tale of TOBACCO. Freight! and Produce promptly forwarded. Jan. 4, 18G7-.2nt.- Awnwzo-rVsMiTn. ' . tcrsibv, sb. SMITH ;X TURNLEY, . . . :fowrArding AKD Commlaslon Morchonta TOUACCO FACTOK8J RED BIVEB MIMXG, TEXX f CMUER," BOARDS AND SHINGLES, lj always on hand. Consignments eoliolted from-all quarters. Dee. 7, 'CO-lf m. I. VRA8RH, l. T. M ABTB, f. P. BOCKNtB, rf Xew Orltant. of L miliaria, of Ay. R. H. FRASER & CO., (Suecistort t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 19 April 1867

)t (ohtck. i. B. SKIIltTr. . 4. QRAHt. NEULETT At, OllANT, prausHtu axd rnorHiiToM. TERMS t .. Three Dollars per rear, In advance. R. W. THOMAS,.. ..EDITOR. Clarksville, Tenn. i FRIDAY, APRIL. m. :.....9, 1867. iron GOVERNOIl, EMERSON ETHERIDGE, OF WEAKLY COUNTY. Fhom a documcrrt which we pub lish to-day, it will be teen that Rad ical tyranny and extortion are com ing nearer and nearer to the domestic pursuits of the South. A decree has goue forth for the suspension or stop page of southern distilleries not because, they do not rouke a good articlo, but because the machinery is a little different from that used at the North, and because, as is charged, the southern machinery cheats tho revenue. Thej must suspend opera tions, therefore, until they procure described fixtures which are to be bought, perhaps, of Radical mechan ics at tho North, and during tho sus pension, Radical distillers can have a chance to profit by the forced de mand. This is, probably, the main object of the orde...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 19 April 1867

i. s. NicBLKxra ... J. A. GRANT, M' a"or'- CLARKSVILLK,- APRIL 19, 186T. 1 CrOKR Mrk.In future we will Brake a oross mark oh the margin of our paper, as notification to all patrons who lima of subscription bat expired. Look out for the crdss mark and renew your subscriptions at tones. ' AroLOosfic. Much matter local, adver tising and telegraphic Intended for thlf Is sue, lu been crowded ont by the report of the former Railroad Receiver, Mr. George T Low is. MrrrVAL. The ladies of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, In this city, propose to give a Strawberry Festival on the 28th and 8ftb of May next. fefrtiy request, the Rev. A. D. Sears will dollver a series of lectures, In the Bnptist Church, on the evidences of the Cb riatian religion. The first lecture will be delivered on next Sandfly evening, at a quarter to eight o'clock. . Bmtst Mv Bur-rxa. The Indies com posing the committee frcm the different re ligious denominations did not meet last Monday, on account of the Inclemency of...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 19 April 1867

Course of Lore In Missouri. Over In Miaaouri there lives a Mm. IIcmpdater"who has, or liatf B daugh ter named Laura, who loved a man named Jack. Thii man Jack ah didn't like,- but -was informed by a neighbor that Jaek and Laura had arraneod a plan of elopement. II cr mind waa quickly made up. She an nounced to Laura, the neit morning, that she was going to Uellville on a visit, to be gone three days, and that she must be a good girl and not tear the house down while she was gone awv. That night Jack knew it, and as lie read the nice little note that bade him "come over early and stay until mother comes back, and wbat splendid time we will have," he smiled, knocked the ashes from his cigar, and resolved that "of course be would. (Jack went over, but there is no use in attempting to describe the de lectable things he enjoyed; it was sugar season on that plantation, sure Just beiore dusk, wutlo Jack was 'running over, full of the glory of the occasion, in rushes JMiss Laura a black wai...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 26 April 1867

IKE Y ; . A In 'JLJJLUt . -VOLUME -I. OLD SERIES VOL. 15. CLARKSyiLLE, TENN., FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1867. OLD 8ERIES, NO. 49. . NUMBER 41. gustos tod J. W.DAYNHAM, . bbalbb i CLARKSVILLE TOBACCO. 1 Will mi order giving special attention U fihlppInK Ac. AIM attend to tbe Sale Of Tobaf CO In this market. Charges moder- at. Give mo a trial. Keftr to tb trad generally. Clajksvllle, Tenn, April 5, 1867-6m. A.r.lMlTH, Wet. B.TCBKLBT, CHAB. W.TTLBB. A. F. 8ZIITH & CO. (Suocenon to McClur k Courts,) Tobacco Factors AMD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -CLABK8Y1LLE, TESHE8SEE. va Special attention givto to the tola of TOBACCO. Freight and Produce promptly forwarded. , Jan. 4186T-I2m. ALFBoiiio r. ait mi. b. tdrmlbt, sr. SMITH & TURNKEY, FOWRARDING ' axd .. Commtemion Merchant AXD TOUACCO FACTORS BED glVEB LANDING, TO I. f UMBER, BOARDS AND SHINGLES, -AJ always on band. Consignment aolicited from all quarters. Dec 7, '66-tf 1. H. MAKE,. L. T. MABTB, V. t. BCCRRBB, of New Orleant. of Louuiana, of Ay....

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. — 26 April 1867

Cjje dlljromdc. 1. I, SSSI.ETT. V , RAST. . imueSBM mth) rnorairroiia. "-' TERMS : , Three Dollar v per jcar, in Adrtnce. r. w. TnoMAa,: -EDITOR. Clarktvllle, Tenn. r ; 26, 18C7. FRIDAY, APRIL,. FOU GOVEIlNOll, EMERSON ETHERIDGE, OF WEAKLT COUNT!". TIIE PROGRAMME. The, lladical organ, at Nashville, more ingeniously than reputably, discourages the idea that there should be a community of interest between the labor and capital of the South. Such a suggestion, however cautious ly made, is' calculated to startle the prudence and arouso the apprehen sions of the better classss of both races. It might puzzlo a logician to trace the connection between the frlse apsttmption and the iniquitous inference, had not the organ removed the difficulty by informing its readers that Thad Stevens has introduced a bill in Congress which proposes to confiscate the lands of Confederates nod give a portion of the same to the loyal bluoks. This solves the diffi culty, and gives a clue to the leading points...

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. — 26 April 1867

CXARK.SVILLE, APRIL 28, 188T. A Cross Mark. In future w will make ft croM mark on th margin of our paper, at a notiflcat'on- to all patrons whose time of subscription has expired. Look out fur the, croaa mark and renew your subscriptions ft one. .'.- v Wt are under obligation to oar friend, As. Mixet, tor Oles of late Vicksborg pa pera. ... Nw Advbtismmt. Yeatman k Whe lp, Cotton and Tobacco Factor, Tl Caron- delct street, New Orleans. Tbis is a sub stantial, reliable firm. Watts, Slaughter k Co , have just received new supply of Dry Good.!, etc, and are offering thcifl at low rates. ' ' ' llloch Bro'l. are In receipt of tbeir spring and summer stock a good assortment csll and see them. ' John Lenihan, Merchant Tailor, at Fowlkes' late stand, on Frauklin street, bos a fine stock of Gent's Furnishing Goods, and is prepared to bare clothing made op In the best stylo. " ' , Tba St. Louis Mutnnl Life Insurance Com pany C. L. Riddcll, Special Agent Jerome L. Yates, Local Agent, for this ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 26 April 1867

An Eloquent Passage. I Ono of the finest thinpi (Jcorpe P. Prentice ever wrote, in this inimi-: table ppsfBge : "It cannot bo that eartW is man's only abiiling place. It cannot be that our lift is a bubble, rant up by he ocesm . of eternity to float a mo ment on it waves, and sink into nothingness. Else why is. it, the hifcli a 11 J glorious, which leap like angels from tko temples of our bonrts, ro forever wandering unsatisfied? Why is it that tho rainbow and cloud eouie abovo us with a beauty that is not of earth, and then leave us to muse on their loveliness? Why is it that tho "Mars, which . held their fes tival around tho midnight throne, are set above the grasp of our limit ed faculties, forever mocking us with their unsproachable glory? And finally, why is that bright forms of hitman beauty nro presented to our view and taken from us: leaving the thousand streams of our affections 10 flow back in an Alpine torrent vron our heart I We aro born for a higher destiny than thnt of...

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. — 3 May 1867

ME E6I1HE .; I . V A P jAI . ,TI t 1 ' ; vU:.ti v l ' ., . ' i( -' ''; . j . l-i. ! --.. i'-i; ., volume 2. : old series, vol. u. CLARKSVILLE;1TENN:, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1867. OLD SERIES, NO. .50. NUMBER 42.' '''"'.''' .!!! , . . '. ,M- i -, i" -':'! i ( . , .. . ' , , -' ; ' tastes .(SrtiJ. . tASQJtV) rvSMITD., i TCRKLSX, SR. ,l SMITH & TCRNLEY, V FOYTRAUDINQ r . . r . ... ,. i -. Ar- CommliMlon Moreliniitss . AKD RED RIVER LASDISG, TENN. ' UMBER, BOARDS AND SHINGLES, J always on band. Consignments solicited from all quarters, pec. 7, '60-tf , , A. I. BMITll, WM. It. TURNLRT, CIU1. W.TTLIR. A. F. SMITH & CO. (Successors to McClure & Court,) . ' Tobacco Factors ... ASD ' - ictaiussifrf jiEftcnASts,; CLAKKSYILLK, -51.? I XKSSES8KB. BPjpwlid attention given t the sale of TOBACCO. U, , ' ) Freights and Produce promfly forwarded. Jan. 4, 18GM9m. ' v-, r i : " t ' , DSALKR IB, .' CLARKSVILLE TOBACCQ. Will fill orders giving special atU-nlioa to Shipping &c. Also attend to the ...

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. — 3 May 1867

. t. sani.rn. t. k. rat. WJSMLIOTT Sc QUANT, ri'BLIRHBM ND- FR0PIXT0RS. Tlrco Dollars per jcar, tn advance. K. W. THOMAS,. EDITOR. Clarksville, Tcnn.i. FRIDAY, VATP... 3, 1887. XOIt GOVIOJlTVOIt, EMERSON ETHERIDGE, OF WEAKLY COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS. DOI18EY U.THOMAS, Of Humphrey: FOR SENATOR, JOHN H. IIAIIT,' f Iioberlion. 0R REPRESENTATIVE, KHL'Ji1- - It is charged against us, wo learn, tbat the Conservative cause is preju diced by our not pursuing a more conciliatory courtie towards the Ten nessee Radicals, and the accusation is based upon a general idea of the impolicy of proscribing men for their political opinions. An a general rule we sdmit, not only tho impolicy, but the positive wrong of intolerance towards those, who honestly differ with us in opinion. Parties, before tho war, were arrayed against each other, and much intolerance was wrongfully manifested. We say wrongfully, because there was no valid reason why men might not dif fer about the tariff and other meas ures of mer...

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. — 3 May 1867

t. S. NfCBLKTT, . , -.,,,. J. A. GRANT, ')Lteat mu CLARKSVILLE...... MA a. 18T. A CrOHt Mrk.ln future w will make cres mark on th margin of our paper, a nollGcat'on to all patron Whose tint of (rtiborrlption bat expired. Look out for the croni tha'rk arid renew your subscription at once. , Railroad Cbasob. On and after Sun day next, tha .train will arrire and depart follows: Going South 5:40, r. at., and 8:50, a. m. Going North 8:00, p. H, and 4:00 o'elock, k.u. i Tiia Pear Omen will be removed, in a few day, to th building, on Franklin it., lataly occupied by S. Rrxinger, at a clotb'ng tore. .Tlilt la a central locality, and will be convenient to the business public. County Road. Overseer of all public toads throughout the county, wbo do not wish to pay Juifge Campbell a visit, had bet ter hare their roads to order by the aecond Monday of this month. "A bint to the wise." Mat Scr-ran. The supper for the benefit of tbe Baptist Cburcb, on Wednesday and Thursday tiiglita last, was lar...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 3 May 1867

tirtfciirsiurtt t)j( Sin i as old an tbo world. Men ro a preaUviflnfi.aifiKr.onJ it would therefore scorn that preaching is of but littW avail, and yet we can not jrwutktbjMftiiipUition to, give our renders, and especially our Lur-roow readtrtlm'ftlkiwinj excolusnt pioce of adltlrft oft 'tetiinff Jlwr' 'taken from the Mansfield Timet. The philoaJW!? (InvMWibM ChAt of tlio prayer fit prayers, "loud us not into temptation. Wine men In ten will fall when norey tempted, and lienoo tho wisdom of this prayer HaNTIsrS mm anliftpnit to shako olf an was ttio Voldmaff of tho" sea," in Sinbad, tho sailor, and safety lies, therefore, in guarding ourselves Against tho formation of bad habits. Little by littlo habits grow upon us, and if we do not jrunrd against their approaches with tlio most sedulous enre.'tfiT finally urprio1,us ,as it were,' and bind tis lihtld 'and ' foot, their: slave and ;thrir prisoner. Here is what the Mansfield Timet says : 'The crisis in the drunkJrd's life is nt tho v...

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. — 10 May 1867

WMELY i i f ) VOLUME it. OLD SERIES, VOL. 15. . CLARKSVILLE, TENN;, FRIDAY, MY 10, 1867. OLD SERIES, NO. 51. NUMBER 43. . a. w. imith, wit. n.rvMutr, chas. w.ttlib. VA. F. SMITH & CO. , (Successors to McClur k Courts,) Tobacco Factors akd COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CLABK8VILLB, TENNESSEE. VQ. Special attention, given to the sale of TOBACCO. Freights and Prodac promptly forwarded. Jan. 4, 1867-12m. . AtrnONWJ F. SMITH. ' I. TLEY, SB. SMITH & TIBNLEY, FOWKARDINQ abd ObmmlMMton MorchnntB AKD TOI1ACCO FACTORS RED BITEB LANDING, TENN. f UMBER, BOARDS AND 8IIINQLE3, It always on hand. Consignments solicited from all quarters. .Dec. 7, '06-tf J. W. BAYNHAM, PKALKR IN CLARKSVILLE TOBACCO. Will fill orilora giving special atterflioa to Shipping Ac Also attend to tbe Sale Of TollHCCO in this market. Charges moder Hie. Give we a trial. . Refer to the trade generally. Clajksvillo, Tenn., April 5, 18G7-6m. It. M. riURRR, L. T. MABYB, t. f. BUCK NICE, jf Ifew Or leant. of Louisiana, of A'y. R....

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. — 10 May 1867

&je Chronicle. j. I. jmSKTT. 1, A. AKT. sx-bmshibs akd raorurrons. TERMS t Tbree Dollars per year, In advance. li V THOMAS . .EDITOR. liarkavlllc, Tcnn.t FRIDAY, MAT,. ..10, 1867. FOll GOVKHIVOU, EMERSON ETHERIDGE, OF WEAKLY COCNTY. FOR CONGRESS. DOHSEYH.TII03IAS, Of Humphrey: FOR SENATOR, ' JOHN 8. IIAItT, Of Rvbtrtton. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, WA. P 13 IT IT E It. Read the account, from the Paris Intelligencer, of an outrage upon col ored people, who Lad assembled to gether for amusement. The perpe trators were ex -Federal soldiers, with one exception, and he is a Radical and a murderer. They were all fifteen In number employees on our Railroad, and we republish tho ao count of their villainy that the freed tnen may see who are their enemies ; that tho Northern Radicals may see what in the disturbing element in tho civil and social relations of the South, and that Brownlow may see what sort of material he has to use in running tho road as a political machine. In addition to this fa...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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