ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Clarksville Chronicle Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,936 items from Clarksville Chronicle, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,936 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 January 1858

4XCAL ITEIYiS.x Kf-ISLETT & GRANT, Ijoeal Editor. "'FRIDAY, JANVARY 8, 1658. " -' ' i ii ii i - - . , 1 ' XT OnmcU Ofic ter Yf It. Bryartp'i Store. j '' In our last ppr, we took occasion, in commenting upon the enjoyment of tho Christmas Holidays, to call the attention of our liberal and indulgent patrons to the fact, that very many of our subscriptions were "dropping" due and notwithstan ding we wed tho most persuasive argu ments to stir up their energies, and awaken sense of justice to the printer in their bosoms, we are sorry to say that a great many of them Xave'nt paid vp yell We presume that they fully intended to heark en to this friendly admonition, but their minds were eo much engrossed with tho discussion of the hilarities of the occasion " with the pork, wheat, and tobacco mar ket and money matter$ that they put the paper in their pockets, went home to dine on Turkey, Oysters, and Catawbd, and forgot ill e WOUia again very genuy hint, that we are open o-r-payntcnll En...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 January 1858

.. OF THE . TO THE PATRONS OF THE J In virgin Spring, when flowcra loom ngnin, ' I And the warm sun thaws winter's icy train, , . 'When crystal brooks steal forth from mons-grown caves, And kins the violets sleeping by their waves, When feathered songsters welcome merry May, "When burst the rose buds, winter steals away, ; The punctual devil pays his weekly call, And with his budget in his arms, he kindly greets you all. , -f' "When summers solstice heats the southern breeio, And unyoked oxen feed beneath tho trees, When ploughmen, wearied, selc the cooling shade, "Where, on the grass, the mid-day feast is laid; , And truant school boys hunt the quiet nook; " To bathe theij burning muscles in tho brook; 5 Nor sun, nor rain, can stop tho carrier's knock, ' ne'always comes and brings tho news as punctual as n, clock. Vhen autumn, too, her gorgeous robes has won, And waves her golden haf vest in the sun, . And 'ncath the festooned grape-vine, rich with fruit, The ruminating deer lies s...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 January 1858

Y0LUME 9. rf. -rk Hv?Hvv;B:; V clarksvillb; m ii5 1853;' ' : . ' ; ; : ;': SUMBEIt 9, - ft " ' f sea THE CI1E0N1CLE.' FrtnUd Weekly OB a double-medlurnheet every TtiAi tnornlng.by " ' ' ' N EBLETT & GRANT, r- Pttlft'iA'ri 'and Pro'pristors'. TERMS Of TBB) PAPR,' 'i $2 Per annum, in advance. TERM3 OF (ADVERTISING. . : MIMI SqUABEOf TWILVt LINUS OB LSW. 14.50 5,00 9,00 15,00 On latrrtloa . '' Tire lotartloM 1 'TbrM iDMTtlOBt Oat month Tw6 mootht TbrM month 8li month ' " TwelT months . -,00 2,S0 niSCElLAfY. The Beautiful-Heiress; " .i ( . 1 1 1 . ' JSALOUSY -AND ' REVENGE.. A T k I V. AT? T.fWT? I t ctAftsNtii cbattOi:" "ll4 drm, which wu Dot all dretm It mtt k ball giTn at the manaion of wealth; geatfemaii, a one of the gayest f Vur SodtEerB eities, ' Where I lfrst be caue acquainted with Julia Gray. She was, indeed, a "being scarcely of earth by reason of her transcendant beauty of per son and amiability of disposition. 8h7-Was then just verging into the glori ous fullness vof yo...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 January 1858

"A U.c latkeoUlcrCliiontcU; W. THOMAS, lM.rr. "WPBT-ETT,? A. URANT, 5 'A.. PuWUW. tRIDAY. JANUARY 15, IS58,.., Oflicf, over Wm. 0. Bryarlj's Store. ST All sowimuolcation must be addressed to the E4ltof. Builne letter I th publishers. ' ' tT Advertisement must be handed In the da; hi fort pabllraflen, or they will be let over. tQ Cummunicationt mutt be handed in by noo ot Thursday, or ttuy veUl be left over. ftxr Account trom Washington say that Douglas will take a firm stand, in the ScnaU, in favor of Gen. Walker. The I'rcAidency is the a take he ia playing for, and he will win it, if tact in gulling the pullible is as it hat been the aole quali- fieation euontial to success. Without a particle of political integrity to war against hit selfishness, or remonstrate against his unprincipled machinations, ho is ready to fight the battles of the freesoilers, to win tho JNortb, and thoso of the fillibnstering fire-eaters, to win the South: The Nebraska bill an acknowledged cheat was born ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 January 1858

LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT &. GRANT, Local Editors. "FRIDAY, J AN VARY 15, 1858. ; " LT CfcreswoM 0$c ever IV li. BrjaWy'f Store j M. RAtna LtCTCRK. -We were gnti d to rW 10 largo an audience, aitscmblcrj en Wednesday evening to hear Mi1. Rains' ltwturo an audience, culled from the beau ty and intelligence of oUr" city. Aito the lecture itself, fresh from the cordial grasp of Mr. Rains hand, we cannot sepa rate ourselves enough from his generous qualities to epcak of It In any other way than "coo Amore." But it was the uni Tersal sentiment of those, who had not been warmed by the genial sunshine of his Society, that the discourse was a noble pro duction, embodied in the most felicitous diction, copious with the most exquisite illustration, pervaded with earnest and Striking thought, all vigorous from the' soli of a rich philosophy. His theme was "the moral tendencies of Art," and o'er its limitless Held he soared on easy tod ample wing. It was truly refreshing to hear the fallacies of...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 January 1858

v r Mil Ma it- V " The Law or'Joun.AurtM. The follow ing, roui the Ldudon Times, concisely ix prefect what hai 1 the force of common Jaw among Journal'.: !, " - -j "J4o 'notice tan bo takes- rf Bonynxm soiiiTOonicotiotis. ' Whatever it) intended .for ' .ineej-tion' niuet be' ftotbenticftted by " tli. hftiue and address of the writer; not tipcerenril j for publication, but m a guar antee of 'his good faith. 1 W cannot un vlcrtake to xotura rejected ,crnmunica turns. "., . i . - ''" " " 1 .UIKIE DOUGLAS. The unwelcome conviction is forced up on ue, that Judge Pouglaa can not longer bo considered a timber of the, Democrat ic party' 'WC "make tho announcement with, deeper sorrow and regret than we hare words t express. He has lrtterally old tiimself-fuir nothing. Ie has thrown himself into the arms of a political faction of unprincipled fanatics; who will use him with the bojo of producing a disruption in the Democratic party, when they will cnat him aside. ' They will nerer acknowl edg...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 January 1858

-7 Y4 Ttt?T -IT TP-'."1 IT: "ir'T, - . , VOLUME 9. v-'CLAEKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY. JANUARY 22, 1858. NUMBER 10:' - - - . THE CHRONICLE. " ' Printed Weekly on a double-medium sheet every Frldsy morning, by ' " ' y NEBLETT & GRANT, PuhUtheri and Propritton. ' VERMS OT TnK PAPIR, v $2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. TCROXB SQCAItEOF TWELVE LINE OR LESS, i.ro 5,00 9,00 15,00 On Insertion Two Insertions Three Insertion On month mL.s J-.. i,oo l ,r.n 2.no . 2,00 Two month Three month Six month Twelve month IMSCSLIANY. THE BRIDE CF AN EVENING. BY EMMA D. E. N. HOCTIIWOOTit. - CHAPTER I. THE ASTROLCCEll'S PREDICTION. 1 Reading, a few weeks since, ono ofDe Quinccy' papers ''Three Memorable Mur- tiers " recalled to rny mind tho strange ' . . circumstances of one of tho most mysterious . domestic dramas that ever taxed the ingc- nuty of man, or required tho flight of time 10 uevciop. The locality of our story lies amid one v . . , , , , of tho Old Dominion, where the head vnters...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 January 1858

$l)c tflarUsiril.c lronic.c. ft. W. THOMAS, rWr. J. NTBLRTT I. A. GRANT, FRIDAY JANUARY S3, 18i8, . 1 - 1 "- 1 Offlce , OTer Win, II, Crj trlj's Store. IT All eonrmanicatloris mt be addressed to the ' Editor. Business Utter la the publisher. (7Advrtiements must ba handed hr the day . Before publication, or they wlTI ba ttl over. Jll .re .. - - t2 Cbmmnitfeattont mu7 ie handed in by noon on Thurtday, or they Kill be left over. ISr We wonder if the people of tbis country will ever learn that their govern menthai been perverted from it legiti mate ends into the rule of mere faction, whose only aim is to plunder the Treasury! Originally based upon principles wonder fully adapted to the advancement of the prosperity and happiness of the people, to elevate their moral and intelectual char acter, and subserve the great cause of hu man liberty, our government has become the plaything of demagogues,, and the people, deluded by falsehood, and debased by proceptand example, are the willing ins...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 January 1858

4 LOCAL ITEMS. . NEB LETT GRANT. Local EdUort. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22,1858. m, i i ST Gtnrtklt Offic over W II. Bryarli's Start. J$ TIERMAN MELVILLE. Will lecture to-night at Fowler' Hall. Turn out, and give him a toarty greeting. ' A N OVELTY.-kA few evenings ago' we went to tbe Methodist Church, .supposing there would be preaching, having heard the bell ring, at the usual hour for church services. We went into the basement where we saw lights and, on entering took a seat and prepared oursclf for listening to a sermon from a very fine looking and elegant young gentleman, who was stand ing in the altar. But instead of a sermon wo heard a most edifying lecture on the subject of "Vocal Musio." The principles of thescienco were so clearly explained and happily illustrated that even tec the most Unmusical genius in the whole, town un derstood and appreciated all that ws said. But somo of onr readers may,; want to know what all this has to do with novelty -with which captivating word we 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. — 22 January 1858

; v 1 Uiill KU MEWS LY THE ATI.A N. 1 1 : tic: -" : Great BittTAfN'-rrrsIJent Buclian Vs 'M(ssne ttrftetc4 grout attention In T'figlund. . It was iolrp;MtiliHl entire from Liverpool ttt noma of tins London jofnn;lH licirifr the lortffpst diepnti h cvit nctit liy tol rrApli ifl Knpl;ind. - The London Titnes in its review uf the rcsnpe, confines ito1f to two tojiie- Iho financial crisis and the "-Vrttrl American question. It conntrues iMr. Uurhanan'H remarks upon the former r-jihject into a tribute to the monetary Miitject of England. Oo the Central American question, the Times nays : Ve have much rilcrtiure in reeeivinz the asHuranec from Jlr. Ruehanan that the intercEts of the two rountries arc identical, being confined to scourinpf a 8afo transit oyer all the ronts ncross the Isthmus. Let tho Amciierm Government pivo proof ol this, anil we nre sure that matters will lie speedily pettlcd. Comnion sense must tell the Americans that in these two questions we nrc Strictly on tho defens...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 January 1858

ti. VOLUME 9. CLAItKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY. JANUARY 29 1853. RUMBER IIP TIIE CIIRON1 CLE. Printed Weekly on doullo-meJluiu iheetevcry Friday morning, by . ? NEBLETT &, GRANT, Puhli$her$ and 'Proprittort, v TERMS Of TH5 TAPEK, ' : $2 Per annum, in advance. TERM3 OF ADVERTISING. tORnNt SQUARE Of TWEt.VI , LINK OB IMS. On insrrtloa ' Two tnarrtinnt "Three Insertions One month 1,01 i,rn a.no 9,50 Two month Three month . fix month Twelve month ton 5,00 9,m 15,00 MISCELLANY. The Quality. Thi, following little sketch we think worthy a place in our "Domstio Depart ment, and have accordingly placed it there We feel assured it must lighten up many countenances, and throw a whole house hold into a pleasant humor wherever it is read Ex. 'I reckon,' said old Mrs. Placid, whilst making her first visit to the Edgerton cot tage, 'you haiot seen many of your neigh bora yet?' 'No, ma'am,' said Laura, 'we have been here so long, and none have been to see us until you. We were beginning to feel like...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 January 1858

lje dHarkstnllc (Sljronulf. RVW. THOMAS, Editor. J. A. GRANT, 3is.i-.L- lj ; ..'. sc. ' ' FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1858. Office, oyer Win. II, Brjnrljrs Store. ' CAII Aomraunlcatlons mntt be sddressed to the Editor. Business letter to the publishers. CTAdvertisementa mnirt bo handed In the day before publication, or they will be lei ever. j B&" Communicationt mutt be handrd in by noon on Th urtday, or they trill be If ft over. t&" Every man who reflects, with prac tical philosophy, upon the easy adaptation of our government to the wants of the people, whether social, political, or com mercial, is astonished at the aggregation of evils which curse the whole country, in all its great interests. Its commerce de pressed, its currency deranged, its domestic peace disturbed by civil war and needles sectional atrifo, its morals corrupt and its honor tarnished, the question present itself, is there no remedy ? Yes, there is a remedy, as efficacious as it is simple; but who is to apply it...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 January 1858

saT.Mliniin-IW - W H LOCAL ITEMS. NEB LETT 4. GRANT, Local Editor: FRIDAY, JANWARY 29, 1858. tV Chronicle Office over W H. Brjarly'i Store. Jd W take pleasure in announcing to the reader of the Chronicle that we eh all commence in our next paper the publica tion of ft new atory by our Senior Editor, and shall continue it in each successive issue until completed. All our readers must remember the char ming stories wo have already been favored with from Mr. Thomas' pen, and will we know be gratified at the announcement we now make. We have had the pleasure of looking Over the initial chapters of this new story, and we can assure our friends, that if the interest which characterises them is sus tained, jn the succeeding one, (and no doubt it will even bo greatly inrrcated) it will prove the best story Mr. T. has ever written. Let every one who is now a subscriber to this paper commence to read the story In our next issue, and we advise all who are not now subscribers to become so, at o...

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 January 1858

Cocjity YATtntj 'I don't tako the ountj paper, St iatoo near tome; I know all that is going on without it, and then Tm taking one or two other paper, and 1 van't afford to pay a dollar a year mora for a paper I can da without." Just 10 old croaker; you can't pay a dollar or two a year more to ee an account of all the stray horses and cattle that are being taken up in your county, when, perhaps a single paper containing an account of your own stock being taken up, might save you twenty dollars? You can't pay two dol lars a year to know tlio state of finances in your own county, and to know whether your officers ore doing their duty? Yon can't pay two dollars to have the sales of property in your county advertised and placed in your hands, informing you of the time and place of sale, when by attcn ding the sale, you might get a bargain of several hundred dollars? Well, if you can't, you can let it alone, we will try to live without your dollar or two. That's all. PulatJci Citizen. 1&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. — 5 February 1858

itt m.-mm. ii sti . " ; 1 I Mt float, MM l HI 'if t I n . CL'ARKSVILLE; TENN... rRIDATI FEBRUARY . fel858. Dumber it "f lt-, 1 I the:.oiiroficle. T ' : arrrrf. -SCr-.-7.:T.TTr- . ' Printed Weekly on ft double-mediant iheetevefy .tiUUy morning, by . ,. ..' . ', . ,, YNEBLETT, &.ORANT, Pnllithiri and l'rtiprittort, f ftMS'.'OF,yHE,. PAPEE, 02 "Per annum, in 'advance. . ; S ' TERM3 OF ADVERTISING. TCBONS' SQUARE OF TWELVE llHES OH ttM, on On Insertion - $1,01 Two Insertions 1,50 Three Isn'Ttions 9,00 On. month 3,50 Two mouth , , , 4.50 Tore moiilln , 5,00 8l months 9,00 Twelve mouths 15,00 MISCELLANY. (Original NouclUttc. t Writtrn for the Clarknille Chronicle.) IDA HOLMES, on TnK Belle of the Fort. ; " BY R. W. THOMAS, Author of the "Young Qoloiiol," tlio "Remigoet,' 'Lilly Dule," the 'Convent Prisoner," 'Jane Mtoi,'' At Frldo of au Hour," ic, flic. CHAPTER I. At a' period when' tho Indians, on the south-western frontier, were far more for-, iidablo in numbers, and uaring in incir...

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 February 1858

l)c tflarksinllc Olljrontclc. R. W. THOMAS, Edit. '" J. A. GRANT, i ruOMtrt. glJ .TXtJ..-.A. ji.iu, .--'-1 - il.J-i-1 -1. -JI (DlIimiESVIIILILJEi ' - i ' ; , TRIDATj FEBRUARY S, 1858 OClee , over Urn, II. Brj arly's Stare. KTAII communication must be addressed to tha Editor. Business letterf to the publishers. HyAdrertlcements mutt be handed In the day before publication, or lhy will be lei ever. Prf Gtmrnnnu at'wn must Ire handed in by noon on Thursday, or tlwy will be left over. MSf The lion. Humphrey Marshall, of Ky., has proposed an amendment to the Federal Constitution, in these words:. That only the natural born citizens of the United btatcs of America, or the citi zen naturalised according to an art of Congress of the United States, shall bo deemed a qualified elector under this Con ntitntion, to exercise the rifrht to vote for . a member of the House of Representatives 1 .1 TT i 1 Oi 1 m A . oi IU8 umieu ouuus oi America. Whilst we fully concur with the author of the resolut...

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 February 1858

I !' W:I ' J LOCAL ITEMS. .- .- rljt Kii NE8LETT GRANT, local editors. t, VT ChnnUU Offie ttr W '.BryoWg' 8tor.t Wl announce, for the gratification of our lady readers,' the Instalment of their handsomo friend, the new Recorder into office during' the " past week. We hare not space to describe the ceremonies of the inauguration,' and can only sayr that they were unusually grand and imposing. The ex-recorder delivered up the the sceptre, whieh he bad so gracefully wielded, after a few eloquent and appropriate remarks, and was responded to by his successor, in a speech of exquisite neatness and proprl briety. Those present, say that the ad dresses of both those distinguished orators, Were characterised by so much of that elec trio and rushing eloquence, which made S. 8. Trentiss impossible to be reported, that they are unable to give us even a mea gre outline of what they said. , ...... Only a few hours after the inauguration the new Recorder, had an opportunity to display, how well h...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 February 1858

4 L FoAh?Chronle. IN REMEMBRANCE OF I). F. Ch iliirt oof VienHlI7 Jof l f Jti I The tempting trials of this lif , He in snfe wllhla.WsJinTior's arm", And free, yes free, from earlh'y strife. tt f t . ' "KH pinn k nnti r.bd roflrl.Aelrjal J L-KUufoed OIK the alter And la the la.-t and trying hour r When with cartbry Irieiiils lie hnd lo port, tAt brought wr earn fir t to k':s soel, i ' Ci iAeJbatli bin lockirt-yoiul'tlKlhBil).. I TV' h pre kindred spirits waited for him, And where lio'U CiiJa' happy In me. "Weep nol for me," biitmcet inc In heav'n'1 g fThe, M wtrds.wl ' long fefnpinlier'd b,' I And insy Vliey fi.lplo guide nswhers J Thrn fret loved fricud, though vecan Ke longer View thy youthfulbrow, . Yet thy father's angels guard, With teudor care thy slam Via- no w . --; They -wITI guard (hoe t 11 1 that tnoru, When til who steep, like tie. shuUj-'Hej They will guard ihee 'till they are summon' d O, Dawi, we mb thee now, We miss thy calm and fiiond! voice; And then 'tie ead for" ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 February 1858

i1 J - X : i f o -VOLUME ! CLABKSYILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1858. 'J ?! I J. . t:: rr j:,fc NUMBER ll Mt:7 ' A ' Ult I yv: AW A i ' tt ij . j t . " i ' ii. rv ir.w1- i ii ii j h j it i II I I I I I ill I I ill lilmMMWIMItWIWMMMM,MMM, THE CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly on a double-inedlnm Wtry iTriaay' morning, by,. " . NEBLETT & GRANT, l'! if ii Jttrr and' Pttprittori. JrU"!..t'.'.'!-BM OF TUt I-APKR,',' ' ' ' , 02 Per annttm, in advance. "' TERMS OF ADVERTISING. FOBOHB SQUAXKOr TWELVE LINKS OX LKIK, T)m Inaertion I l,00 Twlnortlon ' 1,50 Three Ineertiont - 9.00 Onemoath- 4-S0 Two month ' Tfcie month ' Plx month . . Twelve month 4..W 5,00 9,00 15,00 MISCELLANY. tigiiial NoDtlUtte. , ' ( Written for the CtrkUU Chronicle.) IDA HOLMES, r ' ... . ....... ' . u it U... . OR TH .- - ! Belle of the Fort . ); ! ,Y ' ! , . . . ; V 7 V BT R- w THOMAS, t i , Aathor orthe "Young Colonel," the Relu)rel V.ifLIHy Dle." "Conrent Prieoir," . , I,.,.-,, Jd MMto," th Brtdeof r - tt Y!'.. u, Hon...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 February 1858

5I) tittarksotlle !TcmUlf. 3 n. W. THOMAS. EiUw. 1 J J. A. GRANT, , I I IP Office, orer Wm. II. Brjarlj'g Store. i tSf Qmmmicatwn mtnt It handed in by noon on Tlitmday, or titty mil le left over v r V (3 W are anthnrd. tnnounc J. C. READ randiiUt for r retloii a Conslabl. in the 12th District, t th oext election. tJ"Wt are nthried,"t announce T M DUFF aejidfdle for rt) teetloo a ConeUbls, fa lb 12th Dlstrxt, at th sell election. " WSf, Wa J1!aed to aet that the A tnericans of Connecticut are aealouslj en gaged in the work of organization, on a aational bnttis, and feel, confident that so ' patriotlo a movement will bo aeconded by the circumjacent States. , The declaration, r we are well aware, will be charged to par ,liian feeling, but that will not deter, na from saying that the last hope of the Re- public lies in the aticooB.CFiTje American party. .All its aims are, nalitA&lSand! all ' It mpumirrK conservative. Can tne same be said of the other, parties? Southern democracy is ...

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