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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 24 November 1865

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Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 24 November 1865

r: . y T "1 r 1 , . - - -' i nimo wniti, bvbbt hum Bosnian, t NE'BLETT. fc.GHANT, rvausBBas ari raorairroBt. R. W. THOMAS, Editor. C larkirtUe, Tena. t i ,,,, i ,. i .- it motember:.. !..... 24, 1865. Whan ' and.' What Will ba the End? . We are often inked wtea th Southern State will be declared riDatatd Is tba Union, and what ar to eauan ef delay. On both points w are Unprepared to girt an enswrr. A few week age indication wer tbat the period wa( near at band; but tba readiness with, which tba Souther Con. Tentioni met the Venn, lint proposed, leema to bar Uivttedaddjilonial demands upon tb reserved tight of the States, and at U AeWaistratioo evidently toll itaalf called upon to consult northern feelings wbfWt it incline to do justice to th Booth, nothing settled because there hi no fixed policy underly ing the(eerie of. treats daily transpiring, The action of th QoramMt la evidently- spasmodic ( each step Is aa ecperiment, and tb succeeding on it determined by no legitimate result...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 24 November 1865

Stasia Copies of toe Chronicle, Tea Cents. CtARMVILLE, ....NOVEMBER 24160. rosltlTO NoUte. AH pewoni Indebted to the Bnn of Nibrn. OlArr, before the wr, are re- pedfurly, Ti pasitireljV notified that unles.lbey com torwsrtferka (bort Jim apd.luakf settlement, they will find:hetr necottnU in the hand of n ofBcf: f. t: ';:..-..''- t - : TO::WterthefS.-BH 4vertiement to be inserted- in M .Cuttwel W-.W ' months, mut b. pfti.for whn,iiinled . . . Jb Work JlwVbs Dftjd.forwteji delivered. tsjjThjese.rule jrlll.bjs strictly adhered to. , f .f -Vayyt'' i .; . ... See card bf.Df. j; P'. BUHngsley in toother column. : ' -r t--r. - 83-For the accommodation of coincji and goer to, end from Clarkvllle,iu the line of the Railroad, strain' Will be 'alert erl next week, leaving the State line in the morning and-returning In the evening. ' - , . LoT.--I?etwn Gnlysvilleand HadeMville, Ky., on Saturday last, Ladies'. Companion, containing several little articles. .'The Under will 'confer favor by leavi...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 24 November 1865

T SHERIFF SALE. . T. I BY virtue nf two writ of r.-nditionl txtionas, nt the court nome door, In the city of Clnrksville, Tunneisee, Monday, the First day of January, I860, ft tract of 1h ml, in civil district. No. 19, nnd con tains 228 .acre', arid hoiiniTed" by the hinds of 6. Corbaln. John Dillin, E. Blake, nnd the Cumber land river. 0. M. BLACKMAN, Depntv Sheriff Montgomery county. Not. 17, '65-4t-Prs. fee, ft CO Allison, Anderson k Co., and John N. Jones, ts. J. J. Hagood. BY virtue, of two writs of venditioni exponas, which issued from the office of tho Circuit Court of Montgomery county, to mo directed, I will ex- jiosc to sale and fell, tcfthe highest bidder, for eash, at the court bouse door, in the city of Clarks vjlle, Tcnr., on Monday, the First day of January, 18 C, tract of lnnd, lying In Montgomery county, Teilrr.!'Bn MirttTfl ticres, nnd-imdetl t en the north by Jithn J& kwtnl'flie i.r-tjr Ji, H;Neblett, it t8,S(ftibyVlH'rJbtie;Vli!rVirtli Weit i bv C. C. Cocke, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 1 December 1865

fM JUJUJ 'v i.e." I YOLUME 1, Old ' Series vol i.-9 t ." ;: 5) vUu -!?. J : i f CLAMSVILLE, TENN,,; FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1,1865. tfmiBER.21;r ' ' l. .i ,. . .... i. " j ' ' .. v. ... . - --.-:-.-- . .. . . Old-Series, Xo.- r :: :yr. NORTHERN BANK of TENNESSEE. D. X. KEXSiDI, President. ' Jo. W. Faxon, Teller.'' Js.'L. GttNS, Cashier. PURCHASES timet triHs on the North nod Souths Buys anil Kill Domestic and Foreign Exchange, YJold mi J Silver and all kinds of oncnrmit money, .iteceives deposit! of.CmY'cncy, Mlilec'. to cheek M eight ; also Coin, Um-nrrent Funds, or Valuables on tpecial deposit tot stf keeping, without charge. Not. 19. $5-4 1 ; ' ' V CRUSH AN & CHESNUT, ; (Successors to W. 8. TotNuxxTiB A Co.,) ;,.':,-."!.?', dealeus in ;'" ;"'.CrH''o".C E' R I E S .'.'.:. Iron, Salt, Cement, ! &c.; fV.' tVMktid'mi Market Stir''" :ctj CLABKSVILLK,...;..;.,.TENNESSEE, Oct. lOCB-tf " . . ''' ! ' ! " " f ' 1 ' r' ' W. H. rOINDtXTER M. I XVIlltTT, POINDEXTER & CO., . DEALERS 4N ' ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 1 December 1865

rmru dit, rtot kobhin. t UnULETT & O KANT. rm isnr.u art raormron. ft. TT. TltOMil, Editor.. tprtviiK - I. liCS. The Reasons Why. OocassipDally, we get a rep ovct the knuckles for tb manner lo which we sapport President Johnson's policy of restoration, and an Intimation that be thouid be warmly and unconditionally sus tailed by the prese of the South. Being no Bar tizan, wo intend lo support him lntrlliBot'.y, by gtxlng him full credit when he is right, and eemo- ring him when we believe h in wrong. fthen tie iroclaimed that ti recognlLon of ttae abol itu or sUverr, ard the repeal of the KMiioi ordmancee l were Ind'itpenanU restoration, we approved tin court in emphatic terma, because the , was, professedly, waged for the accomplishment of these two Object, and waving the constitutional ques tions Intuited, acquitted lu the drroands. But when he went further than this, and demanded the repudiation, of Stat, dubta and the acceptance of a d&nserons amendment to lb Federal Cons...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 1 December 1865

J. 8. NtiBLETT, - . J. A. GRANT, r, . . . . RATMor AUVCBTUMNO. Ono of TCN M.NM. Dollar per square Single f oplcn of the Chronicle, Ten Crnts. CLARKSVILLE, DECEMBER -1, 1805. rOHltlf Notlee.-T-AU persons indebted to the firm of Nicdlitt k Uraht, before the war, are res pectfully, but positively, notified that unless the., come forward in a short time and mnke settlement, tbey will find tbeir accounts in the bauds of ao officer. TO Advertisers. All advertisement to be Inserted in the Chronicle for less time than six months, must be paid for when handed In. Job Work must be paid for when delivered. IJfc. These rules will be strictly adhered to. Jos Pnitrnso. We hare an excellent Job Prin ter, and are prepared to do most any kind of Printing with neatness and dispatch. Qu Thorn of our patrons who bare proposed paying their subscriptions in wood, are requested to bring it io, as our fuel rations are getting very scarce. - B&" Our landlord has commeaced improving the front of our offi...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 1 December 1865

U VSlSItJlFlSALE.1 Boardman ft Alwcll and A. li. Harrison, ti, II. T 01 pliant. BVviifli f tw rfta bf venditioni ejponrs, which IbsiW flam th oGtr of the Circuit Court nf Montgomery eonnty, to me directed, I will e x posc to stile and" sell, to tli highest bidder, forcnh, nUnoVourt "iioufcildor, it Hie city of Clnrtovjlle, ttm&p, - - - Monday, tho First day of January, 1?GG, a tract of lunil, in civilexlistriet, No. 19, and con tain 228 acre, mid tundd by the lands of II. Corhtiio, John Pilliu, K. Wake, nnd the Cumber land rivtr. 0. M. BLACKMAN, Deputy Sheriff Montgomery county. Not. I", 'C5-4t-Prs. f..e, 4 00 SHERIFF SALE. Allison; .(ndtrfeoa. CJiJJ Wl John N. Jones, trt . " J. X IIagooJ- J- BY tirtun ot two writ of venditioni exponas, which issued from the office of the Circuit Court ef Montgomery county, to me directed, I will ex pose to sale and fell, to the highest bidder, for cash, nt the court house door, in the city of Clarks ville, Tenn., on Monday, the First day of Jan...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 8 December 1865

..GO & HI JOUJe' - ,. 4 i : i 'i Old Series, vol. U. ' " CLARKSVILLE,' TENN.; FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 18G5.; VOLUME 1. ..Old. Series,. No; '32. .;UAIER22. as fgnsiiwaa (Santa FIRST NATIONAL BANK .t . Of .Clarksvijls, Term. , , r r WIL1 DO A . ' General T3anking Exchango I3usiness. Tssties ;no Circiilat lonIncurs v no Risks. Fpecial attention paid 1o collections and remittances ' ' made en day of payroenL 'f . ..DIRECTORS: GEO H. TYARFIKLD, I J. W. EDWARDS, TUOS. F. PETTlia. .. 0. W. H1LLMAN. S. F. BEAUMONT, Pres't. W P. HUME, Cashier. v Nov. lp, '65-ty . ; ' ' ' '. . ', . A ;'. " CRUSMAN & CHESNUT, ; (Successors (o W. S. PowDMTih & Co.,) "' ' MALMS IN 1 G10C ERIE S, Iron, Salt, Cement, &c, ' ' - Cot. Franklin and Market Sts. CLARKSVILLE TENNESSEE. Oc t. 20, '65-lf W. . rOIKDCXTIR h. n. eviuett. . W. S. POINDEXTER & CO., ' : ij j : DEALERS IN j. f j, - . Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groce ries,' Hardware, Queensware," - Glassware, &c, &o. -V NEW PRUVIDENCK, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 8 December 1865

VliyUv ViU'Ul VHIVIW f . Q , i , i w ' i I-WXTKD WEFKI.T, F.VKHT FRIDAY NORXIX.I, tlT NEBLETT & GHANT, ri'iiMxiiKRit Atn raorairroas. K. W. TIIO.M AS, Kdllor. :r. : C'lariuvtlie, Tcnn. t 8, lgcn The Amendment to the Constitution. The Aatummt JnttMpencer, or the Z3d nil, nas Ion and well written argument to prove that the proposed amendment can, by no possibil.y, be rn.de to bear iho broad tooatrurtion put upon' it by the New York 7na and others of that political school. We bare opposed It upon the ground that hi; .i rn,. R,.il,r - - ... .. . . I uV r,., . ... .v..u. .-v 1 i I.- in piuira, aou ra.-.ir iuaj, i rv ... w ffct a radical change in onr institutions tending directly to centralization, rnat tuw flpprcucnsion ... m- -.in -.: - ti.a remarks of the Now ioik TnLunt: ' "Theconttitutionnl amendment aims nf the abso- hue, unconditional abolition of slavery throughout hfl'f " J !,u1,'',"",,t. ,'0P.h;- Hitherto the personal hwr'.f and civil rights of tacli citizen were held and e...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 8 December 1865

Rath o Adviist-ibiso. One Dollar per square f THURB,'"-' " ....... . , , Single Copies of the Chronicle, Ten Cent. CLARKSYILfiE, .DECEMBER. 8, 1865. Positive Notice. All persons indebted to the firm of Nbslstt k Oiuht, before the war, are res ; pectfully, but positively, notified that unless thej coma forward in a sbort,timB and make settlement, they will find their accounts in the hands of an officer. TO AdveHlHPM. All advertisements to be inserted in the Chronicle for less time than six months, must be paid for when handed in. ' Job Work must be paid for when delivered. . iqThcse rules will be strictly adhered to. )1 u i Job Pbiwiko. We hare an excellent Job Prin ter, and are prepared to do most any kind of Printing with neatness and dispatch. Th Riveu. We hare had rain during three or four days this week, and we confidently looMor a rise in tbe river, at least, enough for the smaller class of boats. -We long to 'see the River up and teamen arriving and departing, as in days of yo...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 8 December 1865

o a a. rnrvt- rr n- Vi L M ft. 4 tjm Boardroan .ftlwell s:id,A. J. Harrio, T. ! :- . ' ) tWViInt..' . liY tirtnt of two writs nf renditlnni crons. .wJilcH issued .rom t)io .pQW ef the Circuit Conrt j ff Montgomery county, m, tne directed, I will Id sal nud ft'll, to tlie highest bidder, fftrcft'h, at the court houre door, ia tie city ef ClnrksTillr, jMondnj, the First Jay of January, 1EC0, ft tract of land, In civil district, No. 9, t tid con tains 229 arret, and botuided by the lands of C. Corhaio, John Dillin, E. "Blake, And tha Cumber land rWer. O. M. BLACKMAN, IVputy Sheriff Montgomery conuty. Not. 17, '65-4t-Pr. fee, $4 CO x .., fumiFF SALE. Jlliton, AnJcnon & Co, and John N. Jones, rt. J. J. ling-nod. BY irtun o two writs of venditioni eiponna, which issued from the office of the Circuit Court of Montgomery comity, to me directed, I will ex pose to sale and fell, to the highest bidder, for cwsh, nt the court bouse door, ia the city of Ciarks eille, Tenn., on Monday, the Fi...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 15 December 1865

1 .im 1111 .t.H' f -j I I! .'I H j-' VOLUME 1. Old Series, vol. 14.- r CLARKSVILLE, TENN , FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15; 1865. . : Old Scries, Noi 33:;-' DUMBER '23. """ 1 i. -.j . . dlfjrmtide. mi-mo wMiir, bvbby nun hoxhiikv, t . , NEBLETT & GRANT, PUBLISHER AKD fHOPWITOM. Terms Three Dollars per year. IN ADVANCE. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Glarksville, Tenn. WILL DO A Geneial Banking i.TtV ICxchango Business. Isrmes no . Circulation-Incurs , no Risks. Special attention paid to collection and remittances made on day of payment., ' DIRECTORS : CKO. It. WAR FIELD, TUOS. F. PKTTL'8. J. W. EDWARDS, G. W. H1LLMAN. S. F. BEAUMONT, PreB't. W. P. HUME, Cashier. Nov. 10, '65.1 y CRTJSMAN & CHESNUT, (Successors to W. S. Poixdbxtbb k Cd.,) DKAf.tUB IN GROCERIES Iron, Salt,: Cement,: Ac, ' Cor. Franklin tnd Market St: CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. Oct. 20, '63-tf w. a. rnmnrxTKB...., .V. B. crBUETT. ; W. S. POINDEXTER & CO., ' DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groce ries, Hardware, Queenswar...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 15 December 1865

rRIKTKD WUKLT, RVCttT rirtiuv oemsa, Y NEBLETT & GRANT, - rttuwanti o rBormrrom. R. W. THOMAS, Editor. Markavlile, Tean.r i)ICI3IBER.....T..rr!.T. IS, 186& The Fresideot'a Message. ... W lay this document before oif reailers, te-day, 4 wish we could my to tbem tba it ! all we ex pected to Bad It, and bad a tight t expect It would he. It is written with moet ttadied care, and, whilst we do Dot htte-a-i to annate It, aa a whole, jret we can a4 disguise fres oarself the fact, tliat it contains iottrinet whitfe would, before the war. tiara bee eonaideied kt-wtodox. VT shall remark upoa cm iastewce eaty, aad that merely at a tpeo- lation, for it it too-late to avert the evil ea sequences of bad theory and worse practice. Ia the vety euUet, the Psecideel 'found himself Ik to Ce with a difficulty wbu-k be could not rwnnonmt by any meant ftiraitfied by our well es tablished tyttem of Government, and bis only hope f tacceaty was by a Oank movement. Either the 8oathern Btatet were to ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 15 December 1865

'(flartarilb .;5toanltU. J. 8. f CBLETT, Editor. J. A. GRANT, Ratm or AnvamTisiKe. Oae of TW tlM. Dollar per seaere Single Copies of tfc Chronicle, Ten Centi. CL ARKSTILLK, DECEMBER 15, 1865. ronltlte Notice. All persons Indebted lathe firm f KiBLBTT k Uraht, before the war, are res pectfully, bat positively, notified that unless they come forward In a short time and make settlement, they will find their account in the hands of an officer. To AdTertlsPrs. All advertisement to be inserted in the Chronicle for less time than six months, ronst be paid for when handed in. Job Work must be paid for when delivered. gs. These roles will be strictly adhered to. " gQsrGold was quoted In New York, on the 12th, at noon, at 144. ' FwnTAt. Do not forget the Festival that is to be given by the ladies of the Episcopal Chnrch on Thursday and Friday evenings, of next week, (the 21st and J2d Inst.) The ladies of Clarksrille never fail to make an occasion of this kind, re markably pleasant when they u...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 15 December 1865

rat freeholds, so that our fellow-eltlsena, beyond the occupant of aay other part of Ike earth, con tittttc iivt reality' a ptflfV. Hera' e-xists the deuo ft tic fern of government; and thift form of gov ernment, by the ronfroe of European statesmen, gives a power "of wbick so titer form I capable, fcrrtwue ft Inrorpwiatew every rnaa 1n the Stale, and arouse everything that belong to the touL" Where, ia past history, does pnrallel exist to the public happiness )iich is within the reacb of the people of the United State T Where, In any port of the globe, can Institution be found so fuit rd to their habits or so entitled M their love as their own free Constitution? Every one of them, then, in whatever past of the land he hat bis home. must wish it perpetuity. Who of thea will not now achaowledire. In the words of Washing' lofk that "every step by which the people of the t'oited State have advanced to the character of an independent nation, seem to nave Deen distin guished by some toke...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 22 December 1865

jJDj - MMBER 24. " lv VOLUME 1. Old .Series, vol. U. . ., CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 18G5. Old Series, Ko. 31. 'I . . .1 . . .r -J i " . . . . . . ' ' ' " Kice& Moore's Old Stand, Lately Occupied by L. STRAUS. ' MATTILLI& BRO., : . .,.. , , liar taken tbe above stand, and wilt keep a wall selected stock of. ... Staple and Fancy v DRY GOODS! Suitable to the trade, including BOOTS;,' . SHOES, , : ' . NOTIONS.fEtc We Wats engngtd' the services of Capt. W. W. VALIANT, wbi will be pleased to aee his old friends and former customers, and will aell good aa low as ur regular bouse in Die city. H MATT1LJ, will still remain, in the bouse and euperiotend generally. MATTILL & BRO. Tranklin-St., Clarksville, Tenn. O 0 I would most rcsiectfiilly return my thanks to the community at large for the liberal patronage vxtended me, for the lust three yean, and would respectful! uikl that a liberal share of the tame be extended to mv successors. M. MATTII.I Oct. 13, '5-tf . New...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 22 December 1865

rmSTKt) wkfki.tv rrT rmtiAr Mon&mo, y : EiiL k t -r & a n a n t. , . priajwiKK ami .I'WppRirroBn. It. W. THOMAS, r.rillor. C larksvllle, Tenn. : PECEMftm... :"2, 1 sV A Few Suggestions to the Citizens of ClarkBfille, A Utile more thnn a week, and we enter iiKa a new year. Shall It,1 like ao many of its predeces sors, prove blank in tlie history of Clnrksville? Or shall it constitute maked era in the projrresF toward; A prosperity which it cannot fail, to Bltiiin b awiFO iivniitatton of enrrcr and meiini? We are not one of those it ho belieTe that a town of Urge proportion! ran be buil'. in n yenr, but our thith is strong that it can be done, in time, by a modest beginning in the ritfht direction the first stop being to bring the towu and its Irade to Its , ttnlM quo ante b'llum, villi such additional advance meat as may come within limited means, and is compatible with the revolution now going on In our industrial system. Our warehouses and flour ing mills are dependent, for...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 22 December 1865

J. S. NEBLETT? J. A GRANT, J ocaI Editor: RiTisor Advirtiouq. One Dollar per square of rtn limcs. . Single Copies of the Chronicle, Ten Cents. CLARKSVILLE, DECEMBER 22, 1805. PosHlTC Notice. All persons Indebted to the firm of Nmlitt k Uhakt, Wore the war, are res pectfaUy, but positively, notified that unless they coma forward in a short time and make settlemenU iney wm nna tneir accounts in the dauas or an officer. Hthkkul. Our est'seraed friend, Q. W. FaIl, now of Nashville, but formerly of tin city, was married on last Tuesday night, the 10th insta te Miss Saui Polk Jktton, an adopted daughter and niece. of Mrs James K. Pulk. We regret that circumstances were such as to prevent onr atten ding this brilliant and festive occasion. We con gratulnte our young friend upon this happy event in his life. May their fondest hopes of happiness and pleasure be realised to the fullest extent, and when the joys and sorrows of this life will hare ended, may they be happily re-united beyond the...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 22 December 1865

NEW' STORE. '"' . a. iitiin. Of Louisville, Ky. Of Giles o, Tco. I. B. RHODES & CO., Opptria J. N. Xibltet($ Old Stand, Franklin, St., Clarksville, Tenn. fVIJt WTK ARK NOW RKCEITINO A RARGE AND II Cl COMPLETE STOCK OF Staple Groceries, HARDWARE k TINWARE, ft Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, READY-MADE CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS.' Consisting (n part of the following articles, which will b .fluid . AT LOW PRICES ! QUEKNSWARB, -N O. SUGAR, ., WJUTE SUGAR, . , CRUSHED SUGAR, i - GREEN TK A, BLACK TEA, MOLASSES, . , AND SYRUP, . MACKEREL, . HERRING, CHEESE and ; CRACKERS, RAISINS, . . TOBACCO, CIGARS, ( SPICES. DYE-STTJFFS, , HARDWARE, WILLOW WARE, WOODEN WARE, 1 TINWARE, POCKET CUTLERY, .. NAILS, CORDAGE, TABLE and BARREL SALT, PANTS, YEST3, SHIRTS, COLLARS, BOOTS. SHOES, , , " IfAlS.CAPS.io. HIO AND JAVA COIISS! Together with every other article usually kept in a First CIms Variet Store, All or which we are ara determined to sell at the VERY LOWEST PRICES ! CALL AND SEE. : " jr. b. modis e...

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