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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 October 1859

J. it 1- - JtEBLETT, GJlAXT" XoiaZ &'. ; Friday, October 7, 1859, " '. Chrrmitl Offict over Pickering $ Ely't Store. fttiy-SuWrlpUons must invariably )o paid for In ADVAXCErUm Till RAILROAD .-In our Inst Issue, we prdmlscd to give our readers tome Ileum of Interpol In con nection with the work on a jiortion of the line of our Railroad. . We conceive It onr duty, ns a friend to this great nnd important enterprise, to keep the public posted in any matters of intere.it which trans pire In it onward progress to a, triumphant termi nation. We look with more than ordinary intcrcrst to thnt portion of the line which traverses the Vnllcy f Wells' Creek, the Tennessee Ridge' and Cnne" Creek. Within five or aix inilcg went of Cane Creek Ridge, there ia concentrated a working force of more than fire hundred men. The material in thia region la, perhaps the most difficult to excavate that ha been encountered on the line. It ia com jtosed generally, of small masse of rock, boulders and ronglo...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 October 1859

1 -4r V you goq you echo. ner C f. s t nuil , ft Stewart College,! Clarksville. Tenn. Tbe Collegiate Year tx divided Into two Sewlona, the first commencing on tlic firm Monday In Sep tombcr, aud closing the lnt of January ; Hie sec ond1 eommeiicea Ui first of February and closes in Jun. E XPP.NRE8: The chart es for (tiltloa are Sift to $50 fn Hi Preparatory Depnrtmti.t, and $25 in tti Collegiate Department, per session, and $2 per session for coa-j tlngcnt expense. Payments in advance to W made (o the Treasurer. Hoarding can be bad in pod families ut f 05 per session, including lodging, fuel. limits and a.-diing. All young men studying for the ministry In any evangelical denomination, can receive their instruction here gratuitously. FACULTY. T.r.v. n. H. M'MULLEN,- t. P.. President, and rrof. of Mental and Moral Edi nee, and Eviden- ce of Christianity. W. M. STEWAR1 A. M, Trr.f. Natural History. F.rv. A. A. DOAK, D. l., Professor of Ancient Lin uacs nnd Literature. IV. A'. FORBES, A...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 October 1859

i , V, I . A.fl .r- ... A ,. ' VOLUME 10. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, .1859: ,V 1- H'. " r -ri NUMBER ' 47, Si U 11 . .A i . -TY TV j.-L -i '.' i 11 M J II J II 1 1 -11 I . II . H I J lA 11 f " I T' '"' IT'" , 1 ' I II J fl . I. J i f -- A. 5! . . ,.,., I ........ .. .... .. .-n .. . , ,-,,'j i 0,1 ... .. , 1 1 .. i ' T" - " ' '"' ' ,. . . ... I i 1 v . ... THE qir;onicle: Printed Weekly on a doubts-medium sheetevery rlday morning, by (uvi.at f ' NEBLETT-& GRANT, Puhliihtn and Froprietorf, TERMS pF,.TnB PAPER. , . $2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. FOR ON It SQUARE One Insertion Two Insertion OF TWF.I.VR LINKS OR LKSS 1 1, 00 Two months f.,5n 1,50 i Three month! 5,"0 Three Insertions On month 3.00 I Pit monthi 9,00 9,50 I Twelve month! ' 15,00 From the X. V. Musical World WINNING A WIFE. ., ' . ' BY FALCON BIRD. , ' . 'Walter, why don't you marry? A Voontf man of your ago should not bo of tlie lone, lonely.' -' - ' ,-. This leading and somewhat abrupt qu...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 October 1859

lUlfc ny In tliis but learn' ku.iiv ll X i X feltsnUe' (Efi.oiwU; . Vf. THOMAS, JEdik. . J. A. CHANT, C'Ju Announcing Marriages ad IVath, free; Obituaries and Tributes i Respect, over ten lines, "rliargcd for as other advertisement.. fSrAU CnrnmiVtifcntfons must l addressed to the Editor, Business letters to the Publisher. . rrtC Persons suWrih'ng for the Chronicle, mnst ecnniinn.T their orders with f 2, or the pnicr will not be sent. C I j n Kjwy y -I-K . . Friday, October 14, 1859. ' For President in 1860. IIOjST. JOHN BLL, OF TENNESSEE. tJ&' Thm nroiirietor of the Chronicle arc of opinion that the Governor's Message In of such an - inordinate length Uiat It will pay no one to read it, or print It. We are of the same opinion, and not being fond of proof-reading, arc glad to escape the infliction of so long a document. The Banks mm ' stitiiU; the staple of the Message, nnd the Govenior, fearing tliat his party is not prepared to endorse any purely hard money experiment, content...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 October 1859

NEBLETT & GRANT, total Editor. Friday, October 14, 1859. 8QT Chronicl Offic over l'ickeriny $ El' Store. Bjy Sulsscriptions must invariably lie paid for In ADVANCE.-&U F-! . .. THE CHRONICLE. ' Two year have passed away since we la-came the publisher and proprietors of tlie Chronicle. We entered uion the disc-barge of the duties which ore involved !n the publication of a newspler with a courage and tenl that knew no Hugging our un flinching determination was to send forth, regularly to our readers, such a Journal M would fully meet their wants and patronage. How fur we have sue ceeded, we leave an impartial public to decide. That we have made oinc improvement, both in matter and typography, we modestly incline to the Wliuf is truo but only a tythe has been accom plished of what our earnest-desires would lead us to do. We have a reading, discriminating public to labor for, and to give them a paper worthy their patronage is our greatest wish. Rut we must have nn increase of pa...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 October 1859

Ri .Jl J II' V 1 - "a an. . r . K HtU f ,r I w K ; O t Stewart College, Clarksville. ,Tenn. , f r The Collegiate mr is divided Into two Sessions. the firs ciiinim-ticing' on the ffwrt llontlav In flep totnlHsr, ninl cloning the fi'mt of January tlie see on! commcucus the first of February and close in June, EXPENSES: ' The charges Tor tuition are 91 9 to T20 In the Preparatory Department, and 25 in Die Collegiate Department, eer session, and $2 per session for con tingent expenses. I'ftj-niftitg in advance to he made fo the Treasurer. Hoarding ran Ixr' had In good families at (!! jkt session, including lodging, furl, lights and washing. All young men studying fnrtliu ministry in nny evangelical denomination, can receive their instruction here gratuitously. FACULTY. Rkv. R. R. MMULLEN, D. I)M President, and J'rof. of Mental and Moral Science, and Eviden ces of Christianity. W. M. STEWART, A. M., Prof. Natural History. Rsv. A. A. DOAK, I). D., Professor of Ancient Languages and Litera...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 October 1859

I: T1 1 r . r i' 1 XV '. H ..ay.- "JjVvtkt ' ' ' " " 1 IV V 'V- ' h- A. VOLUME 10. .'' CLAHKSVILLE, TENN.; FEIDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1859. NUMBER 48. I THE CHRONICLE ' Printed Weekly on double-medium sheeterery friday morning, by ' NEBLETT & GRANT, ., rubliihert and J'r'oprietort . TERMS OP THE PAVER, $2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ton ON R 80.UARB OF TWELVE LINE OR Oaa Insertion $1 ,0'l ! Two months t.V.rr t ".fin S.t'O 9,00 15,00 Two Insert lou Threo Insertion! On month 1 ,511 Three months Six months Twelve months 2.00 8,50 THE ROBBERS' ROOST; OR, HAMS' LAST VICTIM. It was a sultry nftornoon when I cross ed the Mississippi, mid negligently trav eled on my way toward Greenfield. The cool shades which covered the rond und tha majostio woodland scenery, whiled 'Away the time bo pleasantly, that before I 'was aware of it, the nun was down and darkness was gently dropping it3 dark veil. I looked about mo und became alarmed at the density of tho forest. The sighing of tho...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 October 1859

A i ft, fU:". k: I U Vr Terl.-ei cxoc'.Un bo mip,.:: faluiv, VI hiio t A 1Mb l 7 th ffllatfcjJi'UU (Chronicle, R WJTUOMAS, Editor. i. S, NEBLLTT, J. A, ORAJT, rublifhrrt. T1. Announcing Marriages ittlil Deaths, free; Oh'iunries nnd Tribute of Rcspcet, oter ten lines, cuorfced lor a other advertisements.. i"A"ll tVmwtmiicntion must be addrcsred to the Editor. Business letter to llie Publisher. B Person subscribing for the Chrr.nictt, must accompany their orders with $2, or tin paper will not be cent. . . C I llKB V I I, E . Friday, October 21, 1859. For President in I860. HON. .TOI-I3ST BELL, OF TEXE.SE15'. E.j?" We have received a co y of the Report of tliu Hank of Tennisscc, the leading feature of which Ii a long statement to show how ths Bank hai been crippled by legislative cnactmrnts, and the runs mvlo upon it by the Union, aud' Plau'.'jrs Banks, a'ld n' orgHtnetit favor of cl sng out all other bank nntf making it the Rink. This is tlie darting ! project with the President who h...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 October 1859

r I, i i v j V t 1 1 f 1 BLETT GRANT, Local Editor: Friday, October 21, 1859. tOr ClironicU Office over Pkhmng & Eli Stort. feriT'Subscriptions must iuvuriubly be paid for in ADVAXCE.'H t$3rF Armors, S(erulntors, Strangers, and other, when visiting the city, would do well to cull at the Chronicle building. On the first floor, Pickering & Ely will furnish you any article in the Dry Goods line upon reasonable terms. If yon arc engaged In agriculture, Messers. Dortch, Alwcll k Co., on the 2nd floor, will pay you the highest market price, in cash, for your Wheat. In the 3d story we will fur nish you with the general news of the day, the price of every description of produce, 4c. This is ortalnly the place to get your money back. I Rural Home Nursery. Laut week we visited this Nursery, situated on the Port Royal Tarnpike about a mile from this city, and werekindlyshownthrougbit by V". W. F Fall tho enterprising owner. This place, a few years since, presented a barren, uncouth app...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 October 1859

i l! r4t 1 1 lift ft 4 dons "nan,v V. Dan ". I.pwis . ritir.en ; (ion 1C yo u! .1 am ir ''ny-' t -. v Kuilt Hats, Caps, Loots & Shoes. - - We are now in receipt of our CLOTHING! To which we rail the nttCBliun of onr customers and the public generally. It will Im found to consist of all thnt is desirable in COATS I PAXT9, . ' T." "v vests, , i . ;V"'.. ' ' ATyr ; - 1 cArs, BOOTS, , '. . " - shoes, CT5 rrt c rk e. . ii Shii'ts find Drawers. Our stocks is very Inrc, mid we r determined to sell at prices to suit the times. All wc ask is to give u trial before purchasing elsewhere. Yours, etc, B. PLOSSER & CO. ". Sept 1C, '59-3m. Stewart College, Clarksville. Tenn. Tlic Collegiate Year is divided Into two Sessions', he first commencing on the first Monday In Sep tember, mid closing the last of January ; the sec ond commences the first of February and closes in June. EXPANSES: The charges for tuition are $15 to $20 in the Preparatory Deportment, and $25 in the Collegiate Departmen...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 October 1859

1 - '- " 1 1 ' " ' ,. ---. i . ii ...i. - i.i .. . . i inrtim i II-. i -iiti in- -inmg--jjiiiii nimwr- :i , r i i - i i 'hi :.i ri is. a i. .. . .. ii n ... . i .. i 1 j. i 1 1 a i i n i 1 1 a t i ii Jt -t'." V .. " ,T , . "r ' "ri. - !...: I . . i.. -MI m iv . "n- n t 7"" 'J i '"' ' 1 '' ll .ifl f :! . t ,,-,'' V'-; 1 f-.., -'II . O'i'l if,.-'-, nit V . i.-W' I iJ Ktfl (IT7Vtirf! C ip-"l V. i h 1 .! n - ii J 1 ! V ... r-r-OLARKSviLLE; tenn:;;eriday; ; 28," - Tll 8'MtHhM j itt Jtiiv. p a j:j;u o Hill r.-t"'t tin t : VOLUME 10. ! :iui nn W Yi3 It 1 i .'i.Mf'iii' i .T r i i vnw bra! livlt at t-.r t r - I i 'i.l i:'. t i . ..J OO i -ivii m1i SI I? . r r . 4 " 4P IT V'P 7T T? O-' TVF 1 P T lvT' . 1 ILXi .. t 11 IV U 11 A V U 1 ' . , ' 0 Printed Weekly on a dottbU-medlnm ihewtevipry tldt rrtorftlnj.Uy '; " -NEBLETT &. GRANT, ,ruili$htrt and Proprietor i . , -. - PAPER, j ii' !: iTirmi op rat '02" ter annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERT fH ot fiqOABK OP 'tWEL1! LINKS OR One Incrtlnn Jt...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 October 1859

CJartetiUi' MxmUlt . 1 m It TV. THOMAS, SJitor, 3. 8. NEBLRTT, J. A. GRANT, PubUihrrt. Announcing Marriage and DesnB, fre; Obituaries and Tribute of Reipert, eer ten line, charged for as other advertietroi.. " aTT All Communications mf f addressed to Dm Editor. Busluees letter to Ilia Publishers, sY3u Persons tubscribln fof the ChronitU, must accompany their order tritn $1, or the pi will aot be tent claeksvili;e. Friday, October 28, 1859. For President In 1860. HON. JOIIIC BELL, OF TENNESSEE. t& Oamwottoml Brown hu warned the South that, whatever may be hit fate, the day f reckon ing is at hand. The warning should be heeded, to far, at least, at to make signal examplet of him and hi accomplices; and wr hop southern democrat will so far heed it a to let the subject of lavery rest. They now clearly tee the tendency of 1' ceaseless agitation, and the concessions they are making to 1U northern enemies, In every Prcslden tlal election and for the paltry consideration of a bar of the...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 October 1859

-, a"H- PM t WEBLETT 4 GRANT, Local Editort. Friday, October 28, 1859. tStf Chroniele Offet over Pickering $ Ely' I Start. tr9iWription must Invariably be paid fur in ADVANCE.? ' t& We publish, in another column, ft com. tnnnication from Campbell, McKee k Co, Coinmis ion Merchants, New Orleans. The reader will tee that It embodies, tulistantially, the farts am figures contained in a local Item, iomo two or three weeks tinea, and which seems to have given offence to tome of . the tobacco planters of this vicinity. As no one will suspect a Commission Merchant of in tentionally giving offence to the planters, the article la today's paper mint tend to repel the aspersions Bpon our motives In publishing the former one. But whether It does or not, we beg leave to say that the Chronicle Is in the Interest of neither the speru lator tor the farmer neither has made ui a bid for It, and It Is not for sale. Bo long, too, as It is un der our management, Its object shall be favoritism to no ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 October 1859

A in to wit Tfi. znn, ns York.- hail bco at the pi crow, tw' pimto UIOVl'U 1. . tlio an, Cf llllv . s ,1 ' , J. M. tu V exert ( v 1 bljo, ill. ! coulJ p ,1 ceoncii 15 ifaTs.l'aps Boots fe'Shoesi1- We are now In Receipt of out " " ' " ? Yr '' y ''M - ' ... , . . CLOTHING! Td'wblch Vfl lb attention of our enstomcrs and .,',io '.1 rKm r I' ' t ' - ','. ; -the jiubliir g-encrnlly. It will Ira found to consist of 1U ,a;.: .d r . ,- j i. :. .vU. II that ia desirable in tY.i . ' i.: ' :n ..:( 1 COATS I v : : jf .- " :t t :" T PANTS,. -,lf CATS, : I I V, ti.r iic-rr, a i. cira, BOOTS, "vr.ri- r r. r ' v .shoes, -Drawers. Our stock9 id very lnrgr, Mid we are determined to sell at prices fO sail th tijucs, jll we ik is to lvetis A trial before purchasing clscvrher. ' Tours, btc, ' , B. TI.0SSEU k CO. J Pept 16, '59-3IH. Stewart ! College, C'1f'.ra.Clarksville. Tenn. ,' . -v. Hie ColleKinte Veur is divided into two Session, Jie first conimenciag on the first Monday In Hep temher, aiuV elosinir...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 November 1859

'.h i - A -.-vis CLAllRSVILLE,' TENNtFEIDAYNOVEMBER; 4ri859.T 14 I VOLUME' 10. fl ' ! Hilt .. 1 ) I , KUMBEB-50. . mnn nlT .T) fi AT 1 i" T 'IV lllXJ uJLllulMu U U Printed Weokly on double-medium sheetevcry Trlday' morning, by NEBLETT &. GRANT, Puhlithtr" and "Proprietortt ' TERM8 Or THE PAPER, ,5$2 Per anmnn; in advance. '" '" " TERMS OF ADVERTISING Tim nS SQUARE IF TWfl.fH Li nm nn i.rss I One Insertion j ,$ .ft 1 to month Two Insertions 1.50 i Three month A - n "Three Inem-llons 2, HO Plx month On month ; 2,50 Twrlv months 15,00 Has Summer Fled.? , Leaves are but wintr, on which the summer fl I Awl all things perislmblefitdcs and dies; Hood. AndJlms"the',befuitcou!fsummer fled? " -It pmotli link a day c . Since to ourvnlfs the flowicr weVtvoVpht l!y!liuil)'nir. lilue-ejcd Miijl Now o'crh:ul tio antuinri sUy, Andred no norcHhe rose's dye, - -r AndTudetl is Uie ro!t hliw, t , ( r , . , J JTJio lly-li:it,lin.i wi'Jierwl top.! . j j , Sweet melody in Sumner (limp i From olT u'hnr...

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

a. (ElarhsivilU tfhrouifU, II. W. THOMAS, JWitor, J. 9. XEBLFTT, J. A. ORAM, Jllihert. t&Lm Announcing Marriages unit Deaths, free; Obituaries; and Tribute of Respect, over ttn lines, charged for as other advertisement. . AH Communications must le nddresf ed to iti Editor. Business letter) to ths Publishers. . T When wt re member tftcu, at (66 opeaiag session f the but Congress, the first thing the dc mocratlo members did M to meet in caucus and par a retulntion insulting to every American dele gate, and thai the same party afterwards passed a plurality resolution which ensured, tho election of Banks, and then charged hit election upon the American member, we are utterly astonished at the brazen impudence with which they demand thnt the Opposition ihal) aid them in defeating tb elec tion of a Republican speaker of the nnt House. The Opposition will do no such foolish thing. They ; tgtm A Jmcmc b itti.:jJi4cY JU' .WeuAeaday, states that old John ISrown has been Juand guilty of mu...

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

tv r ii ii imiMixi m n.lg , . 9SSLETT It GRANT, local Editor: Friday, November 4, 1659. K5 ChronicU Office over Pickering $ Ely Slori. Subscription muat Invariably be paid for In ADVANCL.1&0. gij e made a mistime, last ras, m our cnn for a meeting of the Agricultural Society, in miming last Monday u (lie day. We shcu'd have named nut Monday the first In Novcmlicr usthat is the day. We are sorry this mistake occurred, but yet hope it will not be the cause of any nonattendnnccou the occasion. Let all attend next Monday 1 Irju We took a stroll a day, or two, since, around the suburbs of town, aud weie surprised, as well as gratified, at seeing so many signs of improvement and progress, as wt met with. Indeed, no one can form anything like a correct idea of the extent, and popu-1 wy well spare all such Intcnsc'y patriotic "fnr lation, of Clarksville, unless ihey go all over it. We ; rincrs," and would 1 henrtly glad if they would miked, lu the vicinity of Mr. Thomas' fuctory !'' sta...

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

1 'ii n: M .ro'ie llirectl a iili.Hin i r:eii V nnolltor 1V a i't tL brt rlot Ftfl ........ t of Hi" ty t?- hi!- .! tl lit i lllLll' ha"1' i lUoMU'l. -Hats, Caps, Eoots & Shoes.. - Wt are now In receipt of onr FALL cVAVTTJCR ...CLOTHING! 1 To Which we call the attention of our customers untl Y .. 't . . . i : f . . - i '. the public ge mirally. -. It m ill L found to consist of all tlmt U desirable ia COATS l:. ' . , PANT3, . ; . ...... .., .............. . VEST3, ' - - ' ' ILATS, ' ' - - 1 ' t . . ' , CMPy, ' EOOTS, EHOE3, j ; j w - .. a Shirts'' .rtnd i Drawers.? - Onr stocks Is very large, and Wo are determined to sell at prices to suit the time?. All we ask i3lo give us a trial before purchasing elsewhere. , ' ' .' Yours, etc, ' B. PLOSSER A CO. . 8ptl6, '5'J-3:ii. . " . '. i Stewart College, , Clarksvillc. Tcnn. , ; The Collegiate Year is diridad into tiro Pensions, the first commencing on the lirst Monday In Sep tember, and closing the lact of Jnnnary ( the sec ond commenc...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 November 1859

4 t -sri' rr - rr .VOLUMErlO.. CMMSYILLE;;TEM:,:J,MDAy;KOY?IBERJl,Vl859;;' ;!' (it til .S1 J'l Pi'l t KUJIBER-51; 4 I f in h o ii it o wcrnB Prlntnd Weekly ou a double-medium sbvrlavery Friday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, PublithtTt and Proprietor ' " ' TERMS OF THE PAPER, $2 Per anntim, in advance. TERMS OF ADVF.R1 ISING. W. n S'JUARS up TWF.I.V USt OH Onu Inixrtinn Two inner! Ions I 1 1.0 I J To mouth $4.S'i 5.' 0 9.00 1.50 Three n-r.ntJm Six iienlbs Twelve n-onlhs Three insertions tins month ,, 2.im B,5'l i.i.w Humble Worth.. Tvll m not that he's a poor mnn, That b!s dress is course and bare ; Tell ms not hii daily pittnnce It A workman's Beauty fare. . Jell me not hW birth in liiuutla, t That hit parentan U 1iw ; Is ho lionust ia lii nctiuns ? j- .That is nll I wout .to, knuw. . . word to he rcMcu on? Hiia bis cl.t.racttr no b'ame ? ' Tlitu I cure uy: if lies Uiw h,m Tlieti 1 tuk not wlu-ni'e li's tu'inc. j I Would he from sa unjust aetxn Turn awsy with scornful eye? ild be;...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 November 1859

Atlihitf c.iuld b the raili eoiiiu mn . eiocted ' run! nppr crease, ant ilicjr"' tenij sessiu his fi, X nvy ptviyjr. KH'II C 111 ilVliH''t, specimens, and were how wui (SliuhsvilU- (ilivomtlc R XT. THOMAS, ECitor. J.'BNEBLETT,! 3. A. GRANT, j TWsnrs. ViSX. Annotmrinte Warringea tnA Deaths, free; Obitnarl) and Tmnifei of Respect, oyer ten Unci, eharged for as other adTertisemcnt1 p-if All Communications most 1 ad.lrctred to the Editor. Business letters to the Publishers. ' HF- Persons subscribing fur the Chrr.nirle, must accompany their orders with f 2, or the ppper will not be sent. C L A. ir I CS VILLE. Friday, November 11, 1859. V For President in 1860. IIOT. JOITT BELL, OF TENNESSEE. , Jiif" The'N. Y. 7W, a lending Republican organ In 1E5C, spinking of the agitation, of slavery au m cuti-v unrmin-u hi:i ivu,., ..t . 'We have leen suffering the extremist? of one j nnd another party to go on trailing lor jenrs in me t tierce of internecine parens as composedly as if no mischief cou...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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