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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 September 1859

w Priday, September 2, 133D. BQfAwntcb fTc wxr Tlckrriag ft Eh'i Start. ES'rf Subscriptions must Invariably be pal J Ibrln Advertisements must be handed in on Wedncsdayto in sure an insertion particularly those to be renewed. HA. Tomorrow, according to the Mayor's proc lamation, the citizens will lie called on to vote for or against the Issuance of $.15,000 in Jlonds witli the proceeds of which to Inijirove Streets. We hoje every body will turn out and give a full ex pression of public opinion. This Is an important measure in Ihe nnnals of C'larksville affecting mn torially its interests in the future nnd the citizens owe it to themselves to express nn opinion fully. Iet each man give one hour nml go and vote. If lie. is for it let him Fay so through the ballot lioji if against it. ditto. An hour or n half hour i but little to unv one, while tlio mensnre promised is of great moment fur weal or ho. ami demands the at tention of cn h and all. Those who have property nnd tho-e who have...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 September 1859

EBB sin-) rise i ". :i '..! , t in It .1 lis V ft V . ... 1 PAINTIHG-.. PATTERSON & ADAMSON, r.-s-pett fully invi! the Htfontum of the citizens of , Clarksville nml vicinity to luir stpeiior itvtc of Fainting, which they nic ovf iircimred to execute In all its Vurioin branches. Persons rtr-'lrtnir their liou-is painted and decorated would do -w. ll to give them ft call, as they are fully assured tlicy stand nurivalled in their l.it.iticvA. - ' , ('mining, f'rrtcoini, Mnrlhmt, Fluff mid Banner J'.iinting, Sign Writing, adding, Ornamental Painlihg'on Glasa ; n! . on imitation of plaii irr ornamental Slained (''. f, Hjiiiil to the real, lull -w !i i li ill cost half thr price. In fact nil kinds of work prtnin;nr t. the . trilc dune in tlio tnivt skillful mid workmanlike , niiiiiiH r, which uiir references will convince. (.'lunch Tablets and Druggis'ts Labels neatly nnd promptly executed; Churches nml Public Hall's dec orated m ancient or modern st le on very lilieral i terms. Pnrtr...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 September 1859

VOLUME 10. . CLARKSVILLE, TENN;, F1UDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, 1850. NUMBER . THE CHRONICLE . Printed Wee Illy oil a doubl-iiieu".uiii hcetevery Viduy morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, 1 Pulliihm and 1'roprietori . TERMS OK THE PAl'KR, 2 Per annum, in advance. TKR.M9 OF ADVF.R1 ISINO. FOB ONE S'JUARE OF TWELVE LINGS OH LESS t.rn 5.00 9,00 I5.no Onn Insertion Two Insertion 1 Threa Insertion One nionlli 1 .0 I l.M S.flO 8,5(1 Two months Three month Six montliii Twelve mouths I rom the KrnUi'-kv Trilmnc LILA MORETON. I1V JAI.KUEY. CHAI'TEU I. In the luxuriantly furnished parlor of a marble front mansion, situated on one of the aristocratic streets of the city of - n vftiiniT l.-iflv wnfl sitting with n f y j , . . n j ' , gentlen.nn of about her own age, ix few years older p. ohahly L.ln Moreton was a loyciy nceonipi.si.eu ma Men natur.u.y convcrt.(, )0Ut those familiar old friends I will assume the solemn vow, and nner inelmedtoho studious she had improved ( ti0 ,ieJ Li wilh a bwoot ! wi7 thru....

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 September 1859

Sir to emit t Mid w Wltt flies tfliultfvittc (Chronicle R. W. THOMAS, Editor. 3. 9. NEBLETT, ... . . J. A. GRANT, PT" A'.l Cominunluntion mint be addressed to the Editor. Due'inns letters to the Publishers. VffX. Announcing Marriiurc and Deaths, free Obituaries imil Tributes ol' Respect, over ten lines, barged for ag other advertisements. Person subscribing for the Chronicle, must accompany their orders with f ?, or the paper will But be sent. CLAK KSVIL T.TC. Friday, September 9, 1859. ForlPresident in 1860. I.tO. JOT T"N" 13KTL. OF TENNESSEE. tlSf The Jiffirttminn snys we backed dnwn from our tinnk position, lat week. If such a belief affords him any comfort, wo do not rare to remove ft, but venture to sny ho stands alone in it. We venture, furthermore, to sny that he will never suc ceed in fixing inconsistency upon us, or in milking good the charges he has prcfered against the banks. The Jijfcrioninn said tlmt the ieoilc have decided that the Union and Planters Banks shall not li...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 September 1859

A'EBLKTT GRANT, total Editor: Friday, September 9, 1859. t&" ChronkU CJJU-4 ottr Pickering J Ely Start. p8iilorlptlotu must invariably be paid for in ADVAS-CEr&A bu Advertisements must be handed in On Wednesday .tO in sure an insertion particularly those to be renewed. jgX.The effects of the counter-note law contain- j jt..i.r.i- i : f ...I . i i n : vu in inc i.ouc, are ncgiiiuing 10 uv uoscrveo. 11 e hear Unit the Itranch of the State Bank at this place is the only Honk here which observes tlie law. Having a heavy lint of depositors, Bud being com pelled to receive from depositors any current State money, (which they cannot pay out) they must keep a surplus of their notes on hand to meet de positors checks. This uses up the funds which would lie otherwise used in discounting notes, nnd of course diminishes accommodations for domestic, as distinguished from sjieculntive purposes. We say they nrc compelled to receive from de positors any current State money. Hy this, we mean...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 September 1859

'4 0 J ' V k Column of ll)it & UJbdomf- n.ri-AUicii cxpukvu.v rou Tiir cunoNiriit. PATTERSON & ADAM 3 ON, ti'sicltiillv inviie tha nttoiTtioii of the citizen f Paii which, they me ...w ,,1 to rs,1(. J ,e F ?. ', wM mf knew, ha in nil if vannus branches. Persons de-sring t i --i r . ' . "" ...,...- hoi, cs painted nnM ileeorateil would do well to pive m, l",m c """"noe I -"i-r .o o--p se """"; .... .1 .i ..s. ,v . i .. them ii cat I, iw they tire fully arsutcd they i IIIIMV 0 liming, Vrcnoiiiji, Mi J'uiiitmg, S::tn ijesile that has nut thv whip ni' lancy to bear him I above sordid rant nf 'Una earth, must he par ti in their him. , rl'lin;, F''H font lljnnrr nr.t.itq, t.tlmno, ,.;,:,:, ,i i , .. f .-..i:..f Ornamental rainling en G1&S3 ; tv"m dis.mictiM,' :. v dinners, healthy ,,1-n. an in.itnti.,., if , -lain ..r orn..u.ml -Sin..,! j "'. J tl.onvna otlier ...d.s- .'h v ill io-t half the ;k f-rt;uiiit'f to ihc Olic", equal to (lie real. Mil wl iince. Ill hut (ill kinds rf ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 September 1859

i f GHSOifllEE: CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1859. VOLUME 10. NUMBER 43.' THE CHRONICLE. Prlated Weekly on a doubhi-medliim sheetevery i rlday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Pullitheri and Proprietor. TERMS OF THE PAPER, $2 Per annum, in advance. TERM 3 OF ADVERT 1SINO. j"n on square of twelve lines on One Insertion Two Insertions Three Insertions One monlli Two month Three months Six month Twelve months $4,ro 5,no 9,00 15,00 2,00 2,50 A BRIDAL SONG. If cloudless skies, mill breezes, fiiir, Ami verdant putlis liestrmvcd with flower, Ami all Hint e.n-lli Ims rich anil rare, Mny butt tt lifetime be tlioy yours I Put vuin the wish ! A needful urt Tho winter's tempest must pe-form, I will hut nsk Hint hojic nnd heart Mny rise nn-c:ithed from every storm. If many a durk nnd rugged way Hiould lend the weiiry exiles Ik me, May hope still lend a cheering rny, And love grow brighter through the gloom! Though ninny a wish be unfulfilled, And many nn anchor insecure, Mny steadfa...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 September 1859

(Clwlvsvillc (Chronicle'. K. VT. THOMAS, Editor. - , g2T All Communication! must ht addressed to tht K Jltor. Business letter to the Publisher. fiU Announcing Marrincre.i nnd Deaths, free ; Obituaries and Tribute! of Respect, over ten line hnrged for ai other advertisements. Persons subscribing Tor the Chronicle, most company their orden with $2, 8f the paper will not be lent. 1 OLARK8VILLE. Friday, September 16, 1859. ' For" President in 18G0. iio:sr, jornsr bei, OF TENNESSEE.- Dnf Petemm't Mngnzlna for October, tat com to hand) but one day too Iftte) for ft notice last week. It if ft vsry beautiful number, and the two ttorlet Gillian and Helen Greamo Increase la Interest greatly a they approach their cldee. . As the time approaches when the Lcgisla. tare will have to do, on the Bink question, the democratic organs are beginning to define their positions with an ere to lifer) action, and to climb down from their hard money abstraction. The Union and American, speaking of the uneasi...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 September 1859

goes fltttlfto gtflB. NEBLETT It GRANT, loco JRfoeri. Friday, September 16, 1859. JjqT CAronieU OjScs mt IVkemg f y i'lors. gWiyBobscrlptions mmt Invariably be paid for in flr-lA'Cif.-liai tea. Advertisements must be handed in on Wednesday to in sure an- insertion particularly those to be renewed. Tnoss Wild Ei.ehiiastsI We have heard the following good story, as coming from a couple of young gentlemen of our city one of them is a noted wag. .Returning a short time since in a bug gy from a trip to Kentucky a young man, very well dressed, and apparently about eighteen years i operations in about a week provided a sufficient of age, was noticed a short distance behind them, j quantity of water ran can be obtained for the pur Humor and fun had been thrown off by our wag j pose. In his Irresi'tnblo manner, until the fountain was. almost exhausted. His companion had "spread In? wings and soared aloft" lu the flowery fields of or atory grand metaphors sweet cbulitions of fan cy, and "thou...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 September 1859

i. tl.cv f t!ie I -A ft 1 wait ilt in, tlio sMe-w upon tlm o.l- "liiink poor iri-' r 'st ot' tl i alilitt'l at ".V."- r x ii w. ' .. ; Carriage and Biiggy Repository. sam3kock5uJ&' co. . truiiUllii Mtrrf, Belu-ecn il and 2d Street, , ; CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE, PRAI.KIIS IX 7ie c'or Carriage, Liiigits it Hockaways. WE Invite the nltcntimi of nil tlioe who wnnt n nnt, piiiVnliinii.il, we'l fini-hcd I "iif-'pry or Carriage, t full and examine our Sp'vig uri Imse, embracing loo jobs rf work, frnin the lightest Hickory Buggy t ) the most expensive Cni-ringo, scli-itcd with great Cure, nnd piir'f-.ii'-fd (I. net from the best Eastern mi. I Western ln.'iiiuiiK tin-era. April 22, TiO-ly flop. Mcr.-tiry mill P.ii-sellvillo Herald ropy tf. 1. I!. IMTlllfK, T. t. WILLIAMS. GREAT ATTRACTION" ! Vory Superior Lumber Ddivtrrd 1)1 H'.'iim, to nvjt pi ill, rfaar of Mild, &md mid Ih'rl, trhirli tri!l rti-nhnuhite on it in lt lin ri'ig U) l!in r in Unfit, j , fir, PATRICK k WILLIAMS nre now mak...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 September 1859

CLARKSYILLE, TEM., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1859. NUMBER 44. VOLUME 10. w ft THE CHRONICLE Printed Weekly on double-medium sheetevery .rrldiiy morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Pulliiher and Vroprietort. TERMS OF TUB PAPER, Per annum, in advance. $2 TERMS OF ADVER'1 1SING. rr)R ONB SQUARE or TWELVR LINE OR One Insertion $1,0 I Two moulha Two Insertions 1,50 i Three months Three Insnrtlona 2, 00 Fix month One month 3,50 I Twelve months LF.s f 4.50 5,i0 9,00 15.00 Song for September BV THOMAS W. PARSONS. September strews the woodlnnd o'er With many a brilliant color; The world is brighter thnn before Why should our he-arts be duller 7 Sorrow and the scarlet leaf, Bud thoughts and sunny weather, Ah me ! this glory a ml this grief Agree not well together. This is the purting season this The time when friends are flying ; And lovers now, with ninny a kUs, Their long farewell nre sighing. Why is earth so gnily drcst? This pomp that nutunin benrcth A funeral seems, w here every gust A bridal g...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 September 1859

4 0 n, v ;Jr, 4 S in A (CliuhoiiUc (Chronicle U. W. THOM AS, RKUrr. tl. A. JHll I, ) H-A. Announcing Marriages iirul Deaths, free; Obituaries and Tributes of Respect, over ten lino, t lunged lor other advertisements. C Jj A. 11 K SYTL I. . Friday, September 23, 1859. For President in 18C0. ITOIN". JOTTT 1JELL OF TENNESSEE. BJf We alluded briefly, lust week, to the posi tion taken by somo leading politicians, on the xnb jiiect of Congressional protection to slavery in the Territories, and pointed out what we conceived to be a very prove error. Tlie position refercd to, is thnt if Congress can protect, it can also prohibit slavery in the Territories. Were this the true doc- BrT Uor. McRaS, of Mississippi, now a candi date fof Congress, denounces Dougtnrs, And says the Sotfth must send delcgntei to the Charleston Convention m ho Will demand different interpreta tion of the Cincinnati Platform from that which la now given it, and If this be refnsed, that Mid dele Kate withdraw, nominate...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 September 1859

r ft ;0rnl awl tms. NEBLETT & GRANT, Local Editor. : . Friday, September 23, 1859. SUST CkronkU Ojjxct Ovr Pkkermg J- Ely Store. . Jjy",Suhicriptiun must Invariably be paid for In ADVAXCE.-X&Z Ttff). It would be a source of great pleasure to us to announce the revival of the Literal Association which flourished here two rears ago. Several of the most distinguished lerturcn in the Union visi ted ui and entertained our citizens with splendid lectures. Now that Winter Is rapidly approaching and the nights are getting long, cannot this Associ ation bo resusciatcd? The difficulty about getting up an association of the kind is attributable to the diet that all the labor fulls upon a few Individuals. Almost any one Is willing to contribute to such a cause, and all that is necessary to put the thing in motion is some person or persons to solicit subscrip tions and appoint a committee of invitation to se cure lecturers. Let some of our young men go about the work at once. I-et them s...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 September 1859

1 t i iiiini in a i NEW Carriage and Euggy Repository- sam.1i(kmTn & co. Fin nk II ii Ht reel, Between lit and 2d Slrret, CLARKSVI.M-K, TENNESSEE, tiEALKhS in fine close Carringis, lhiggus ? Uochavays. WE Invite the attention of nil those who want a neat, nn'istiintiiil, well finbhed Buggy or Carriage, to call nnd examine our Spring purchase, embracing 100 lobs of work, from tin1 liirhtcst Hickory P.iurirv to the niost expensive Ciirriiit.c., selected wiili great I care, and pinch iscd direct from the lust Eastern j Ril l cstcrn ivmnulucturcrs. April 22. 'fiii-iy Hup. Mercury and Russcllvillc Hcmld copy tf. t. n. PATRICK, T. L. WILLIAMS. GREAT ATTRACTION! "Vory Superior Lumbor lictinred In UV;fu. to any point, tlear of Mud, fund and J'.rt, wlnrlt trill nerumtiM' en it in dtl,irii:g htj llirrr in Unfit, .Jr., If. PATRICK k WILLIAMS nre now making the prettiest Lumla-r ever delivered to this market, nnd , will p. ace it at nuy point ilc.areil oy their tncmls who may favor thwu v. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 September 1859

LULU CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FKID AY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1859 VOLUME 10. TUMBEIl 45, 1 ; v 1.1- - "p""' -!,.-.'-) . . . i ' 1 ,-. .,... i .... a Printed Waekly on a doubU-mcdium aheeUvery Friday morning, by - NEBLETT & GRANT, . ,'iJtZi' hers and Proprietors. ., , , i , TERMS OF TUB PAPER,. $2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERT ISING. tnn ON K SQUARE l)F TWELVE LINK OR One Insertion Two lnirllon(i Three limcrtions One month $1,0.1 . i ,r.n 2.no 8,50 Two month Three mouths fix month Twelvo months $4.50 i c nn 9,00 1 is,uu From the Loudon Family Herald. The Charming Little Widow. "You must come with me to-night, Shirley, and I will show you one of the luos. buuitoliiug little widows you ever be held I am sure, woman hater that you are, you will own yourself conquered nt once. Say will you come and see my beauty !" "No I thank you," replied his friend : "I have, something to employ mo, espe cially to-night; but if I had not, Ellery, I should be off, for I have all of old Wel ler's fear of...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 September 1859

I v ,ri. not hi H to sin, li.. . r A- ft. W. THOMAS, Editor. 3. 8. NEBLKTT, J. A. GRANT, Publithcr; PP. Announcing MarriagM slid Deaths, free; Obituaries nuil TriI)U1es of Respect, over ten lines, elinrgcj fur as other advertisements, c i. 11 ic & v i t, 33: . Friday, September 30,1859. For President in 1860. . I-ICXN". JOHN"' BICTT,, OK TENNESSEE. We attempted to show, last week, tlmt tlie (institution vests the government nf the Territories In Congress, absolutely ami unconditionully. But It linj lieen objected to this position that such a grant of power authorises Congress to exclude slavery therefrom; mid Iiouglns, in one of his speeches on Hie Compromise, we lielievc in Btijv port of this view, adduced tlie fact that Congress had forbidden the tmlio in ardent spirits, in tlie Territories, and nlso billiard tallies, and deduced from this, that as liquor and billnrd tables are pro perty, and Congress can prohibit them, it has the same power over slaves. This logic has not eve...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 September 1859

i t local m KJinrs giftofl. NEDLETT it GRANT, Local foitor$. Friday, September 30, 1859. S5T CAronicU tjffiet ontr Pickering $ Elg'i Start. ISoy-Subscrlptlons must Invariably be paid for In AVVAXCKrHit . , Advertisements must be handed in on Wednesday to in sure an insertion particularly those to be renewed. Ota Rah. Road. Wo hnil with pleasure, the arrival of a first anil second close passenger Car for Our Railroad. They wore manufactured by Messrs. A. Street A Co., In Memphis, and their workman ship nnd general finish, reflect great credit iion that enterprising firm. They combine all the ele ments for comfort and safety in travelling, that arc characteristic of Cars of similar grades iiijoii the Cslcrn roads. ' On to-morrow, there will be inaugurated a new era in the history of our flouriidiiiig city, for ou tlrnt day a regular train of cars will commence running. When the fuel become known to the travelling community, that e can leave here at early breakfast and reach Nashville ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 September 1859

M. 1 1 .I'.elll 1 StoTsmrt Colldgc, Clar&svillc. Tcnn. , The Collegiate Ycnr in d'.vidcd into two Scsion?. the first commencing on the lirsi Monday In Sep tember, nnd closing the last of Jannnry the ee oiW-eoiiiinemiilie first of February und closes In June. Tt K TsXI K N S E S : The f-hori-ijof iii'hm " nre $13 ti K20 In the 1'mertt, and i:!."i in tlie Collegiate ! J r"T ill m H)M Di i.nriHimtf r . V-ioti, and $2 per session for eon- tiiii'i'itl-rrrrTf Puvinciiis in advnnce to 1 i rnVlr to llivkffjror ll'inrdiiig run he lmd in I tlon, sweet slumbers, nnd ft thouwnd other in.lis r.roo(t linuilies nt per Re'.-ioii. Including lodging, I jx-nsnliln requisites to mentiil nnd Imdily comfort; l--l. lights find washing. All young men studying ! mid for stating to his customers, w hec til-counts to for th ministry in nny evangelical denomination, J 1st of July me lion- due, ihnt he is in mn t trricvous can receive their instruction here kiatuilously. j need of the uforcsuid "trash." W. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 October 1859

1 ! u VOLUM 10. ,CLABKSVILLE,:TENN'.V.ERIDAYv OCTOBER 1859 NUMBER 40;. A 1 1 At 1 1 . Mr u v. f THE Oil R0N-10LE. Printed Weekly on a double-medium sheet every .rftdsy morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Pulli$htri and Proprie(ori. -r TF.finsl OK THE TAPER, Per annum, in advance. &2 TEltMS OF ADVER I lSlJfO, ) frnR nMI sqUARt One Insertion ' Two insertions Jhrse Insertions ' One month ' V L 11F TWELVE LINKS OR ft.fl 1 ) Two mouths I .So' I Three months 2.00 Six mouths 9.50 I Twelve month $4.5n s.no 15,00 OCTOBER. - . . - BY mart iu ami. 01 OcTontR skies are weeping " O'er the seared and yellow groat ; ' And Octolier winds are sweeping, "' Rustling dead leaves as they pns. . Rlent la their mossy chambers, Summer's pule, tweet flower sleep, 'While the winds, with solemn murmurs, O'er (hem mournful vigils keep! . t :' fc .... In my heart's own silent chandlers Are pale flowers of the past, Ami they rnsiie to the murmur Of the mournful nutumn blast 1 - A W I F E ... . FOIl A MAN IX MOD...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 October 1859

0 1 1 1 , t v4 and i i L lug hat at Stort$ViUe (Chronicle. ' H. "IV. TlIOwAS, JSJifer, J. ff. .NKRLETT, i'v. . V "J. A. OKAS V-''"" - TW-U Announcing MnrriaffM nnd Drnflift, free; Olvtmrtee and Tribute tr Respect, ever ten linen, charged Eoro otber ad Veniremen t. C?l" All CnmninnlaitloTW mwt be nddrtsd to th EdiUir, , JJui'uvw fetters to the Publishers. " nIYrons subsribing for the Chrimirf. tnirtd Tun Rro"ipnny their orders with $2, or tlic pa; or will to give our re'.' .ar -i-jk, 0j '' " " " : 1 . . : rr C Li1 A I -IC V I J. L 15 . ' .,' Friday, October 7, 1850, . ForlPresxdent-in 1860. IXOT. JOITr BELL, OF TENNESSEE. U lHIl i ! I.H. JUUIIL.III IIIMIIM tf-iT" We lenrn from the Nashville papers tliat tlie democratic jubilee, ni Inst Sutnrdny, proved ft most signal failure. To tlie inclemency of the weather, no doubt,' this is portly to I ascrilicd, for tHvrnnk nnd file nre tno well disciplined not to flisk to n party funeral as well as ft party triumph, when so ordered, unless som...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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