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

TT LOCAL ITEI7.S. XEBLETT GRAN?, loco JSVVfws. Friday, Jaly 29th, 1359. JST" Chronicle Office over Pickermg f Sly'i Slat. 8fvSulseTiptioW BtJt invariably b paid for ID ADVAXCE.'ZH TO THE POLLS, FREEMEN ! ! Fe.li.w countrymen! remcmliertlmt on next Thurs day, the 4 in dy of August, is the election for Suite officer. We conjure every man of the Oppo i on o devo'e that day to the g od of hii country. Come enrty, stay lute, and work hard ; for the tar dines or carelessness of any one might make avast difference in the result. You Lave all een enough of looofoco misrule and dishonesty to cause every mothers eon of you to buckle on your armor and fume upnohly to the fight. If tacb man will but do hii duty, victory is sure. Opposition Rally!! We take pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Montgomery, that Major (J. A. IIsnry, will speak, in this place, at 1 1 o'clock, A. M., ou Wednesday next. . Come out, one and all, aud hear the truth honestly spoken, and most eloquently enforced, and...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 July 1859

.Mil. jit;'i 'B( iitu f-t - nl' his or- si'W--' ' GUBERNATORIAL CANVASS. - ,-.. - . , Appointment of Cvl. Netherland and Gov. Harris, for I'ullic Speaking. - v t X.ibhviLi.e, April! 8, UaO. The undersigned, at the request of 1). Netueh L4MD And Gov. Hakius, liuve agreed upou the fol lovvine lime nnd place for addressing the jicoj.le in the Oulicrnatorial Canvass, , Gov. Uabrii! is to oiien on the first day, nnd tlien they are Uiojicn and close alternately, other appointments are to lie made 1 dnringthe cniwasfc fitid they re tosjieak under tlit' usual rule as. to division of time it) their addresses. ... , N'KILI. S. liKOWN. -j ANUUfc-v F.utxo. A PPOl N T M E N TS. Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday Tridnv. Snturdny, Monday, Tuesday, TUcnintvillc. . . Kimrsjwvrt .... Rogcrsville . , Bean's Station Tazewell J ieksboro. . . . Clinton Kington Loudon 22 .':' 20 , M 1 ! Am u.-t NEW GOODS AT D . DUNNING' S ' All kinds of Staple and Fancy t)rv Ooods. just re ceived, which we w il...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 August 1859

-VOLUME 10. CLARKSVILLE, TEM., EMMY, AUGUST 5, 1859. NUMBER 37. JOHN LOCKEN, .11 0 6 3C IS LIST DElt, Southern Meihwlitl 1'uhUihmg Jluiue, NASHVILLE. TENN. . ' (i'TVEH prompt attention to orders for Tllank Hooks or nil kinds, which he ispn'tmred tn mni faetnre nt the shortest notice, nnd of the let watc r'uil. ' Miscellaneous boofcs relioiiiid In a tnioriur ttvlo, for the Library or Parlor. "April 20, '59-1;. ' " ' ' J. C. HARDEN & CO. (Successor? hi A . 11. HICKS. Cmportcrs & JHcalcn Iu China, (ilnss and Qucensware. 'SO. 4(1 11' II I I C SqlUKE, NASHVILLE, TENN. . Jan 21, 'fi9-0m Medical Notice. DR. W. vTBEIINAIID, llomocpullitr I'liyttlclan Late of Trenton, Ay, ,, finding, nt his time of life, a country practice txwedingiy lalKirimw, tenders his professional ser vices to the citizens of Clarksville and New l'mvi deuce, nnd tlc'ir vicinities. He can he found at his office, immediately above 2d Cross street, in the day time, nnd nt niaht nt Joshua Urovvn's, except wucn profe...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 August 1859

sel ufX. I"LT.. Trn 'J1!1!:1?!'!'-'!!"!'! I'JJIL t!-"L V To Stockholders of Clarksville Gaslight Company. . The 3d and last call of 40 per cent on capita ' stock of Clarksville Gaslight Company, doe the loth of August, wm thia day (Jul 301b,) fifdertd by the board of Directors. W. T. DORTCH, Trwuj. Aug 6, '69-2W Chancery Sale of Valuable Land- R. W. McClure, Sr., ami R. W. MjCIurc, Jr., t. Louisa U. McClure, et els. In pursuance of an order made In this cause, at the April term, 1869, of the Cham-err rourt at Clarksville, I wilt sell, to the highest bidder, on the premises, on Saturday, the 24th day of September, 1859, the tract of land on which R. W. McClure. Sr., and family now reside, about 1) miles of Clarksville. Thia tract contains about 27 acre lies high, with fine water and timber and la very healthy. It will, however, for the convenience of persons wishing to locate in thi country near the thriving city of Clarksville, either for purposes of business or educating children, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 August 1859

A LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT k GRANT, Local Editor: Friday, August 5, 1859. ChronicU Office over Pickering Ely Start. s?jr Subscriptions mnst invariably be paid for in ADVAXCE.-H tiff" We are authorized to announce J. O. Shack. lford, Esq., candidate for Attorney General and Re porter of the State, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Mr. Snced. twyWe are authorized to announce Milton A Hayneh; Esq., of Shelby, a candidate for Attorney General and Reporter of the State, to fill the va cancy occasioned by the resignation of Mr. Snecd Klcction to take place 13th Inst. IbfQuTbe election is the all absorbing item at this time. We will endeavor to give the usual quantity of Local rending next week. Vr.ar Nearly a DiFnixaTY. A disturbance that come near being a serious one, occurred last night, In front of those dens of brawling drunkenness known as Murdin Lally'i and Callahan McCarthy's. It seems that the last named one of this charming pair, who had his Hibernian blood conside...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 August 1859

tr-- 4. atle. ble t 0? lrA 1, TftiwGOops: R. D. DUNNING'S j All kinds of Staple nmi J'nvy Jiry Coods, bistre,- j reived, whi h we will t:kf grant plcauie in showiuy to nil who limy desire to examine, nnd greab.r sure In selling lunii h pcrsoiip in happ-iHo have, the i C.A, or can satisfy us that they w ill lin.ve it about tlit first of January nril , ... , .. j - y '. J J Tor t!i l.ttilloH, i We have nil ik'scripliunj nf jTess I food in rn j ; Kyle they may v. Ish tin in. cTtlu r plain, l.itble fl.irt I Flounced, Ih.be n Ia; liob u Quille. or any otln.T j tile you ran iuini, anil at any pi ice Iroi.i vm; to'' fiiy dollar. ' " I for f.i ntlciiu n. , Vi'e !i:ivh u splendid stm k of lirond ('loth, both black nml I'.liiv, nml ) In- largest anil hist ii-.-ortiin tit pf black Miitl Fancy Ck-iiiim ever l-rotiy lit to this city, beside a jronil slock ol' licadv-iundc Clothing mid thcnk'.-sl t all skin mil 1 lolh l i;iilcr i mid shoe-, tluil Viiii lie shown litre. for fiin,M!i;N ami viirnia ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 August 1859

4 ' . , VOLUME 10. CLAMSTILLE, TENN.. FRIDAY, AUGUST. 12, 1859. NUMBER 38. IT II E O II KO N 1C L E . JOHN LOCKEN, BOOK BTNDEK, Suuthcrn Methmlitt ruiUithmg lloute, NASHVILLE. TENN. GIVES prom attention tn orders for Blank Book of all kind, which he is prepaied to manu facture at the shortest notice, and of the best mate rial. Miscellaneous books rebound in a superior style, for the Library or rnrlor. April 2 'S9-1y Medical Notice. Printed Weekly on a double-medium sheetevery Friday morning, by , NEBLETT & GRANT, Publiiihert and Proprietor$. $2 TERMS OF TUB PAPER, Per annum, in advance. ' DR. W. V. BERNARD, llomoepathlc lMiynlclan , . Late of Trenlon, Ay., t imlinir. at hi time of life, a country prnetirc exti'edinj.'ly lnliorion, tenders his professional ser vice to the citizens of Clarksville and New fro rteneo, and their vicinities. He ran be found at his nfflr-a. Immediately aWe 2d Cross street, in the day time, nnd nt night at Joshua Brown's, except when j professionally ab...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 August 1859

4 iUlu CCIiuftsviUc ;hronulr. R. W. THOMAS, ,iit. J. H. NKBLETT.l ... . i i t.T, t. ruM-her: VfTf All Comuiunictitlon must he addressed to the Editor". I!tvinc5i Irttcrs to the Publishers. BP AH advertisements mnt lie handed In early ... . .. ....... " innrwiay morning, or they will ire leu oyer. Ttrn Announcing Marriages nnd Deaths, free: Obituaries and Tributes of Rcscct, over ten lines, rtmrgea lor an other advertisements. forepersons subscribing for the f'hmnietr, must accompany their orders with $2, or the paper w ill Hot he sent. CLA Ii TC HVJL T3 Friday, August 12, 1859. 8y" The official returns in this District, give Quarles a majority of 758 a pnin of 250 over the fet election.JUThis fa ) little different from demo rrntic calculations, and their mortification nt the result, is excessive. They lnbored faithfully to bring nlxnit a different ftate of thing, hut fortune with held her smiles from the means employed, nnd truth triumphed over falsehood, patriotism over the slavish...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 August 1859

LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT GRANT, LoeoJ .Etf.'tor. Friday, August 12, 1859. IfeS" Chromrtt Office onr Pickering J- 7y "?. Kif'Subscrlpt'c-ns most Invariably be paid for In ADVAXCE.-& We are authorized to announce J. O. Shack' el Turd, Esq., candidate for Attorney General and Re porter of the State, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Mr. Sneed. Hay"We are authorized to announce Mii.tox A. IIayhkh; Esq., of Shelby, a candidate for Attorney General and Reporter of the State, to fill the va cancy occasioned by the resignation of Mr. Sliced. Election to take place 13th init. tk, Let every body remember that the election of Attorney General and Reporter comes off to morrow. Remember, too, that J. 0. Shacklcford, Esq., Is a candidate, and don t forget to turn out and give him a large vote. 8k. Remember that the next Session of the Clarksville Female Academy, will commence on the 1st Monday In next month, (Septemlier.) All the departments are "in order," and every thing read...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 August 1859

X llltef l.le ' 'V ARRIVAL OF THE N()j:TIIKIlX,U(HIT- ? ; , , ', , ynw Vobk, July 31." The stci.ui.-hip Northern Light has arrived with' tinted (mm Aspinwall to the 23J Gen. Lamar is b pn-vcnger. . . - The T. S. frigate Roauok ud sloop-of-wiir 81. Louis were wt Apinwii:l. The dates from Valparaiso are to July 1. Chili l.nd agreed tu .ay l !,oon indemnity to-th owners of the American ship Franklin, dcliiiued al Tulciihimnoin 1812. ' . Calluo dates to Jnly 12 Mute that the attempt at revolution in South Peru hud lice n put dow n nuil nil amnesty granted. " - - . Civii. Cunt illn nnd l)r. Vrota arc reported iu de feated by the Govi rnmcnt forces. , 'I'ltc advices from Bolivia are not interesting. LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. St. Lot-is July 31. The overland mail arrived lnt night, and the re port indicate the election of Mnjor Dodge as dele-1 Hite to Congress from Carson Valley. I - There was a loss by fire at Weavi'rvlllc'oii the tfth ' Htuoinnlng to $100,000. if) i ; Much ticiteraent preva...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 August 1859

VOLUME 10. CLAEKSVILLE, TEM., FEIMY, AUGUST 19, 1859. NUMBER SO.- - JOHN LOCKEN, BOOIC BIN" IDE It, Southern ilelhndiit rublithing Howe, NASHVILLE. TESN. GIVES prompt attention to orders for Blank Hooks of all kinds, .which he is prepared to manu facture at the shortest notice, and of the best mate rial. Miscellaneous booki rebound in a superior style, for thc Library or I'arlor. . .April 2l),'59-Iy Medical Notice. DR. W. vTbEHNAIID, Horn oepnthlc Physician Late of Trenton, A, ' Finding, at his time of life,' a country practice exceedingly laborious, tenders his professional ser vices to the citizens of Ulurksvillc. and New Provi dence, and llieir vicinities. He can be found at his office, immediately ulx.ve 2d Cross street, in the day time, and at night at Joshua Brown'?, except when professionally absent. Feb 11, '5U-tf , . . . Dr. McCLURbT OFFICE ON THIRD ClOSS STREET, ' C larksvllle, Tennessee. Clarksville, March 19, 1858 " DR. J. DUKF TYLER . FRANKLIN STREET. Clurkaville, T?iii...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 August 1859

V, 4. !! " n;. -4 yesii. l.'J i? (filatbiiUc (fi-hroiurtc, K. "W. TIIOMA3, Editor. 3. A. GRANT, J ruU- ." Ci'jV All Communication! rotmt tie addressed to the Editor. Business le'teri to tin- Publishers. TJTV. All advertienirnt n,tif te handed In early Thursday morning, oi they will tie left over. - ,v.. Announcing Marrinprq ninl rW!i-, fire; OVlnnriw an I Tributes of Respect, ovrr ten lines, elifirged for ns other advertisements. I?IV., Persons subscribing fur 1iic ClnnHt, must accomonnv their oi tiers with f 2, or the paper will not bo sent. c i, X ii icsvr YJlW. Friday, August 19, 1859. For President in 1860. I-IOIs. JOT 1 TSIZTJL,, OF TEXNKSSEE. - I ciT" To-day, we place nt the head of our col- ntnns, the name of the Hon. John Hell, an a randl- ; date for the 'residency, and feci that in thi piviiifr expression to our preference we are consulting the best interests of onr country taking an tmporlnnt step towanU the restoration of harmony and the stability of the I'uion, ulready 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. — 19 August 1859

.MIMA ftu(tfitfM ifirni iiiinrniii r nin LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT A GRANT, Local Editor: ', Friday, August 10, 1859. JPaJf CAroiurite Oft'ce oecr Pickering J 7y' ?(. (; BySulisoritions muBt invnrinbly be paid for in ADVAXCErit 'ToOra KitiKNDS. Wc commenced the publica tion of the Chronicle with the determination of ma king lt g )od family newspaper, nnd one too thiit Would reflect credit upon our tit v, when sent abroad- We think we can say, without egotism, that wc have made an imnrovement in the tvnoirrnnhical appearance and arrangement of the paper. As to the editorial department, we believe that the politi cal articles by Mr. Though, have given general sat isfaction, and have placed him, In the estimation of the public, at the head of the editorial fraternity iu the State. But we arc not satisfied with only a little improvement we desire to keep pace with Mm pro gressive cpirit that pervudes every department of trade e.nd to do this, we must ask our subscribers nnd friends to come u...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 August 1859

Ml ll'll'U'.. bio tlTHIS. Jill 21, J(M 1 und b'M'Htvh. SUMMER GOODS. IKE ARE CONSTANTLY. RECEIVING NEW V rupplies of Goods, nml are prepared to tliow a ranch bettor assortment thiin uaunl nt this sea son, ... .,... Jl'ST RECEIVED, a new stock of Embroideries nn1 Lace Sets, new Sw iss and Jncnnr-l Sets, Pnuipo d'.ur Sct-, A'nlcncionnes, Sash Ribbons, Hend-drosses, ('l rn Fan, AVhite Im Goods, Embroidered and Hemstitched llHUilkonlici!", New Hoop Skirts! LACE MANTILLAS, ' LACE POINTS, -v - giLK eH AWLS. ( CREPE SUAAYLS., , . i i : ' ; . nnd Dl'STERS. fttfi- Wc ii'-k the Kpcfiul nlt'ption of the Liulieii to these Goods, and also to our spick of , DUESSGOODS! .Mnr-ri!l'i Quilt", Silk Mitf nml I loi ry, Ladies' Kild nnd Lasting Shoe, Boots, and Slippcis, it. (.a tut variety. Our stock of "STAPLE GOODS! Is very complete. Blenched and Brown Domestics, Plain and Striped Onmbnrgs, Sheetings, Ready made Sheets, Lim ns, .Marseilles, Cottonndcs, Checks, Ticking, 4c. Ac, if., C AllPETINGS, Curta...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 August 1859

TT A 1 1 -volume 10. Cl;ARKSVILLE, TENN.,-FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1859. NUMBER 40. , ? . . JOHN LOCKEN, BOOK B I NDEK, Fuuthrrn Methodist Publishing House? NASHVILLE. TENN. GIVES prompt attention to orders fur Blank Hooks of hII kin.U, which he U prepared to manu facture at tlii? shortest notice, and of the licst mnte rial. Miscellaneous books rebound in a superior ty'.o, for the Library or Purlor. A vril 29, ' f9-ly Medicaf Notice. DR. W. vTbERNARD,. II o hi oonallilc lliyIclan Late of Trenton, Ky., FincMng, nt his time of life, a country practice exceedingly laborious, tenders his professional scr Ticesto tlic citizens of Clarksvillo nnd New Provi dence, nnd their vicinities. He can Ik- found at his office, inmu'diatcly nWe. 2d Cross street, in the day time, and at nitrht at Joshua Brown's, except when professionally absent. Feb 11, '5'J-tf Dr. McCLTJRE, ,,i mini I IflUirn vi i rrrci mien a. iiiu ru a av " nuu x OFFICE ON, THIRD CRDSS STRLLT,;w not the trick of coorinR to tho root8 tla...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 August 1859

L. V I It-Ill Iter ii stron ,. men W V I- 1 s IX-I-Vi 1ST JE AV SUMMER GOODS. WK ARI CONSTANTLY RECEIVING NEW supplies of flood', mid ore prcpicr,'!! to show h inui Ii butter assortment, than usual ut this sea son. JI'ST RECEIVED, a new stik of Embroideries Anil Lace Si new Swiss and Jaconet Sots, Pouiia ilour Sets, Valenciennes, Sash Riblmns, Hcnd-dresses. Opera Funs, White Dies" Hoods, flnihroidcrcd and Hemstitched lliindkcrchcils, New Hoop Skirts ! f. ACE MANTII.f. AS, lace points, silk shawls. crepe shawls. 1 - . - nnd Dl'STKRS. ttfii'c ark tb speciul ntt'.'iitinn r.f tut Ladies to these Goods, Mid also to our sd k of DRESS GOODS! Marseilles Quilt.-, Silk Mitts nnd Hosiery, Ladles Kidd nnd Lasting Shoes, Boot", and Slippers, in fcrcul variety. Our stork of ' STAPL. IS GOODS! is very complete. Bleached anil Brown Domestics. Plain nnd Slriped Osimliurgi, Sheetings, Heady. atdc bluets, Linens, Marseilles, Cottoiiudcs, Clicks, Tickings, Ac. In:., Ac., 'CAltPETINGS, Curtain Materials...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 September 1859

1 ft. m if T TV hi .. M 4'-.'. 1 .- a a 4 a .KM MM ft- JCB EI 1 MM -J '1 . M' . t ' f b M . SW 1 TJ ft fl Tl M I . GLARKSYILLE;-TEM., FRIDAY; SEPTEMBER 2, 1859. NUMBER 41. THE CHRONICLE Printed Weekly on a doi.bU.-mc.Jium hee tcvery ; Friday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Publihcr$ and Proprietor TERMS OF THE PAPER, Per annum, in advance. $2 TERMS OF ADVERTISING. FfK oNR SHARB OF TWKI.VB LINES fit Onn liiH-rllnn ?l.0' Two month $4 ..VI 5,(10 !),no l5.no Two lnprtinim Three Insertions (n mnnlli i ,rn Throe months Six nionlh Twelve month 2,(in 2,.ri0 RICHES AND POVERTY. BY KC1KRIA. In the city of W- in a sple . ,. fn , t, ivill. Ills Cililil V ' mansion, Uvea ol. U ( iui nim, uuj, his two daaKUtorH B"- 1 the e dust child, was like ncr lauitr, pr nuiuiMi mm iv.i.u ....... - - Anna resembled their mother, being affec tionate, amiable and intelligent. Mrs. B , did not live long to exert her in fluence over ncr children, but left them with many chnrges to their indulgent father; but' ho...

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

t V. I Wc ca. outanir w- I et . . V et trs. ooo.i t. v'r n't Iik .8. TI10MA3, r, 3. A. GRANT, j Alb1 ff"SAH (VmmimlefltioiKr must be nddmncd to the ICditot Biisintws 1oIU.tr to the Publishers. V, Announcing Mnrrinm and Deaths, fret; Oh'tiiiiric nnd Tribntrs nf P.ospivt, over Inn linne, thnrge I for as other nflvcrtinirnl. rA Penwin snlerihinp for fh (.'hroniele. mH. accompany thoir orders with J 2, or the. paje-r will Oot be "CnL , - CLA R IC B V I J, I, IS . Friday, September 21859. ForJProaident in 18G0. EICXN". TOTTTsT 13K1VI, OK TENNESSEE. riff" Onr friend, tlie Nnhvi!le Banner, iii com menting lii.on the artkle wc wrote, on hoisting flip name of John Hell for Uic Preside ticey, fa) sour platform the Constitution nnd the Union can bp amended by milling to It opposition to tho slavery agitation. We accept the amendment, provided it Itc deemed necessary, by the Convention, to go 'n, nn enumeration o' the principles which govern the action of the Opposition puny; but in suggesting ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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