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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 November 1859

1-" I for NEBLETT GRANT, Loral Editor: Friday, November 11, 1859. Chronicle Office aver Pickering j Ely l Start. ' """nbscrtptlon must Invariably be paid for in ADVANCE.- Bgu The Post-ofllce, according to an Announce ment In the J'fi-rtonm, will, hereafter, ' be closed for the night," at 1 o'clock, P. M. This new rcgu Ution I said to be made in consequent of a change of time of the arrival and departure of the Rail Itoad train, carrying the mail. Thi change will be very Inconvenient and annoying, we should think to buiincM men, and iione for the making of which wejean see no good reason. It may though be right and proper; If to we haven't a word to say j hut, unles it is ahaolutcly ncceetary to a proper despatch of tho post-office-business, It should not b made. t&T Chief Engineer Fleece, with a corps of a Utants and laborers, left, on Wednesday for Paris, in ilenrv ' Count v. from which point he will com mence the purvey ol a roiite for that portion of our railroad, the Memphis...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 November 1859

4- jnawl. .. . ... I? ft 1 puro i linn da UL'IT aliou j-atc hi in ti ll" joy iiliiilln. thon.'li Ii ri I I i mir-Tluiu-h ing with is p4jri lo ha,.' liiav tiivj ft knoiC i tht? tiT1, IJIMIJU I. till in .Hi upon mi man 9 Fats, Caps', Boots & Eta cs ; , W or now in receipt of onr - riAXlI & WINTER 4' CLOTIIINjai I ) . .,..".,.,. ... -, To hiib w call the attention of cur customers find tbc public g-roerally. It iii la fouu d to cunslt of ' D that Is des'rabls in-' " C0113 I ' PAXT3, ,. ' ' ' ' t. r.ri';tst3,"r r r 7.".;":; A . ' :- : i- .. - ' . i i - EATS, - ' ' ' CAPS, ". . . BOOTS, " . - .... SU0E3, Shii'ts and Drawers, Onr stocks is very lare, and we arc determined to tell at prices to suit tlio times. yAH wc ask it to give at a trial before purchasing elsewhere. ' Yours, etc, i x B. PLOSSER CO. ' i'Spptie,''59-3m. " . , ' ,'. Stewart College, ;'' Clarksville. Tenn. . The Colleeiate Year is divided into two Sessions, the first commencing on the first Monday In Sep tember, a...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 November 1859

hi m'imi iiiinr n rir' " " "' 17 IH I!. v.. s.- ! VI VOLUME 10. THE CUM HI CLE; :- Printed WVwkly on doubl-medlum sheetevery Friday morning. by NEBLETT, & GRANT, rallith.tr and Proprietor!. TF.UM8 OK THE PAPER, Per annum, in advance. $2 TERMS OF ADVERTISING, ran omk square of . twbmi links on (.KM $4.50 5,110 One In.ortlon fl.nO Two month Tbre month Sii month Twelve month -Two insertion .Three Insertion On month 1,50 2,00 2,50 9,00 1 15,00 The Departed. In the church yard bright the flowerets prow, (lladdcned with early sun and venial ruin ; But lairer still the flower that sleeps below, , And ne'er ahull feel Spring's balmy breath again. Ah I sadly dear to me that grasiy mound, With the whit rose-tree ever blossoming, Where the first violets of the Spring are found, And where lUo plaintive night-bird loves to sing; For there, with pensive ray, the whole niylit through The pule moon watches o'er thy silent bed, And sheds her pitying tears of pearly dew, In silent sorrow fot the ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 November 1859

1 there. a' so, as does nut if the P. the entire 4trngrnpli iiiif a'.Uigiilier, glathtoiU (Chronicle II. W, THOMAS, Editor. J. 8. NEBLKTT, .j... . J. A. (J BANT, J bn. rju Announcing Xarrtf Md Death, free'; Obituaries Mid Tribute of Respect, otct tn Uses, barged Tor a other advertisements. fj5r All Communication must be addn-ted to b Editor. BtiMlnnsa letter to the Publishers. Person suharribinir for the Chronicle, mnut rcompany tbeir order with f 2, or the piper wilt Bet be tent CLARK3VILLE. Friday, November IS, 1659. For. President in 1860. XIOZST. JOI-IiN" BELL, OF TENNESSEE. tfjf Some of the citizens of 'Alabama are Inking very pugnacious attitude in support of Virginia against it northern assailant. Virginia needs Bciibrr sympathy nor support. Its safety is not endangered, nor are its citizens alarmed, and were it otherwise aid from Alabama eould hardly be ex pected after its solemn moire to secede if Kansas were not admitted as slave State, and its quiet barking down after Kan...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 November 1859

II 1 I 4 I t 1 w JiEQLKTT URANT, Locml Eekkir. Friday, November 18, 1859. HOT ChronicU Office over Pickering j Elye Start. fgy-Subscription nut Invariably be paid for in ADVANCE.- The present Issue close the 10th volume of the Chromrlt, since me senior eai.or . u,. with It, ana we zna voiume, uuurr pn-vcu. publishers' control and management. We have not had a patronage that would justify the publi cation of such a paper as we shodld like (o publish, or as Clarksville should now sustain ; but we have done the best we could, under the circumstances, and think we have rendered to our subscribers a full equivalent for the money paid us. We are glad too, to know that our patrons share this sentiment. "We have labored hard, since odr connection With the popci, to Improve it, and add to the popularity it bad enjoyed, and to render it a desirable sheet to all classes of the community ; and we arc glad to ' bare assurance,, from many friends, that we have ucceedtd, in a degree, in our effort...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 November 1859

A.- V .1 A T lir.V . COIIspi' ishuble w Urueu fpek much r.'tcui Mr. Huu1 hand a conl'i he nroceCilc If .uel Ci J wouvi in . k ' ing in the ai ; of the confe tiou by a t ' s on it wen- vi' A great cfc.: the prisoner . ed by many that outdido feeling AaoUTio ( i. charity liegin at Olio of the iiiurd (7 1 ,' t ! w J()Yl'f() THE WOULD! Sirk Ilend Ache and Colic I ' ;' :' Kick Head Ache and Colic I ' , Rick Head Ache and Collfl f Can he cured or prevented hy lining, Crooke's Never Fail. - ; .. IT baa lieen ued in all part a of the country frith eminent mere?, and being safe and speedy in iU operation II linn enabled thousands to tell itt virtue. Ko person ncel to fuller with the Sirk Iliad Ache or Cnlie, On hour If they will keep this medicine in their house'. Cue doe taken whi n the symptom it felt is suflicient. It Hires like a charm in a few minutes. If it were necessary we could publish thousands of rertilkates from Ministers of the Gospel, Statesmen, Doctors nnd others, in all parts...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 November 1859

A, 1 VOLUME 11. CLAKKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1859. NUMBER, i; 04T TTCAXTTriT. T 1 : : - :; : r v. 'i An) i ' 1 i ( ! 5, i ! V THE CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly on a double-medium aheetevery ?rlday raoraluf.by NEBLETT & GRANT, Pulh'$hr$ and Proprietor$. TERMS 07 THE PATER, Per annnm, in advance. $2 TERMS OF ADVERTISING. FOB OMR SQUARt Of TWIL LINES OR LM $4.50 5,10 On Insertion $1,011 Two months Two insertions Throe Insertions ' Oae month 1,50 Three months Fix months Twelve month 9,00 15,00 5,59 I THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE OF 1880. The Northern Stntes will be entitlod to rote, in the electoral college m ToIIowk Mnine, 8 Michigan, C New Hampshire, 5 Indiana, , 14 Vermont, 5 Illinois, IS Massachusetts, 13 Iowa, 4 Kliodo Island, 4 Wisconsin, 6 Connecticut, 6 California, 4 New York, 35 Mlnnefoto, 4 New Jersey, 7 Oregon, ' 3 Pennsylvania, 27 Kansas, ' 3 Ohio, S8 Total, 186 The Southern Stale, will be entitled to Totes in the electoral college as follows: Virginia, 15 Ixmwiana, C D...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 November 1859

eilarltfnllc; Chronicle. Rv W.' THOMAS. nitor, J. A. GRANT, " f JUYVra. 8""Ju Announcing Marriage and Death, free; Obituaries and TrihBte of Rupert, over ten line, f barged for a other ad vcrtiscmenLi. Srijr-All Communication mnt le addressed to th Editor. Business letter to tli Publishers. tl. Persons subscribing for the Chronicle, mnst accompany their orders with t'l, or the paper will nvt ba sent. CLA I? ICS V IT, Tj K Friday, November 25, 1859. For President in 1880. HOIST. JOHN JilCTYL. OF TENNESSEE. 9. 11 .L - Pa? We have received tin December Bomber of I Ms. BucHAtA akd nn Srmti Cot.'rr. -Tbe Arthurs Iloroa. Magazine, which cloves the 14th' Chicago. Ttmrt, a Dongla organ, hai horded up a volume..' Tba success of this periodical hai been , speech, delivered by Mr.. Buchanan, in the Senate great, but no greater tha iu merit, and the ahility,j of the Toiled State, on the 7th of July( 1841, in energy, and -saata whioh bare .Made it what it Is relation to a aational bank, in which...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 November 1859

3 if .KHULETl GRANTorai AWerfc j F rid ay, November 25 1859.' HSP Cawici 0f otwr Vx-mry V Start. tftTPulw-riptlon muni invnriably b paid for In AUVAXCEn&l Death of G. Q. Poindexter. Our community t stnrtlo.l and shocked on Fri day morning, Ia.it, by Intelligence by telegraph, from Nashville, that Mr. U. G. Poindexter, editor of the Union and American, the democratic paier there, bod been shot and killed by Mr. Allen A. Hall, edi tor of the Daily Xews, an opposition paper, puhlish ed in Nashville, The circumstances of the difficulty between them, M gathered from other Nashville papers, are, bri-fly, M follows: In 1831, a paper, called the Republican was published in Nashville, and edited by Mr. Hal). A convention was alxnit to assemble there with a view to altering the State Constitution, so as to pro vide for the gradual alsililion of slavery intha State. Aa article in the Republican, having refcrem-c to thil proposed convention contained the following paragraph t It In supposed...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 November 1859

NEW FaLL GOODS '" FOR 1069 AT MACRAE & COULTER' S, ( LAHHRVILLE, TEHil. WE are now receiving and will have by the 10th of September, our entire Stock of Fall ami Winter Goods, embracing: Mack and Fancy Silks in rolies, double skills, Flounces and other styles, beautiful Dcl.uine and Cashmere robes; rich printed DcLaiucs plain DcLalm., Merinos, Foulard Silks, Poplins, Valencia, V clour Plaids, and many now style Dress floods. Plaids of nil descriptions, Alpacas, ltom bazines, English and French Prints. Traveling drew goods sold in great variety. So'.ferino Dress . GiHids. Embroideries titul Lace G'mh. Tmbroidercd collars, sleeve and sets, emb'd skirts emb'd llamlkfs, Valcii' iennes Collar? and seta. Pompadour in Swiss and Luce, Marseilles and linen collara and sets. Valeuciennci Laces. Trnuifer work and vines, Berthas kc. - WHITE GOODS, ItJk'fs all kinds, Tarlntitis, French muslin, linens, Cambric, Swisses, Jaconets, Brilliants, Ac., We invite especial attention to cur Flannels. ...

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

r l il I i I VOLUME 11. CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY.' DECEMBER 2, 1859. MUftfiEItS. wiii if nw sots1 " n tw-- - .r.r-n .----'wv.A:.sairT - . . -v -..-.. -. r' THE CHRONICLE . Printed Weekly on a doubls-medlum heete.ry frlday morning, by V NF.BLETT &. GRANT, ' Pullithtrt and Proprietors. TERMS OF THE tATTK, Per annum, in advance. $2 TERMS OF ADVERTISING. rR ONg SQUARH OF TWELVE LINES OR LEU -On Insertion Two insertion! Three limertiout ,Cu month ft $1,01 Two month! 14,50 l.M) Three montlii 6,110 9,00 S,on 2,50 I Six month Twelve niontha 15,00 From "Our Country's Flsg." A CRITICAL MOMENT. - ( On the lltli of September, says an his torical work which I have just been peru sing, the Britiiih army advanced, crossed tho Brandywine at different points, and attacked the main army of the Americans, . who sustained the assault with intrepidi ty for some time, but at len.th gave way, General Washington effected a retreat with his artillery und baggage to Cliester, where ho halted, within eig...

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

CCtitrhinHV (tluomclc. It. W. THOMAS, Editor, i. S. NEBLKTT, 1. A. GRANT, ' I r t. Announcing Mrringc-, and Deaths, free; Obitnarie and Tributes or Resort, over ten lines, charged for a other advertisements. tT" All Communications must be addressed to the Jidilor. business letters to the Publisher. DfH.. Persons subscribing for the Chrontrlr, must accompany their orders with $2, or the J-nj.tr will trot be sent. C 1j A. 11 Iv 9VIL E . Friday, December 2, 1859. For President in 1860. IIOsT. JOHN BELL, OF TENNESSEE. I . A 857 Oil Monday next, Congress convenes and never, perhaps, was more interest felt in the pro ceedings of that body than afthis time. Upon it action, in our opinion, hntigs the fate of 'he Re public. The sectional strife which 1ms lieen foster ed by densagogtirs that their foul ambition might be gratified, and which, nt first a party trick, as sumed the character of phrenr.icd fanaticism, hnr forced upon the country the grave (juration of dis union, or southern Mibmis...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 December 1859

fEocal mid to gfenM. KKilLETT It GRANT, Local Editor: pig" The attention of our readers la calls the subjoined order of exercises at the PrcsHnn Church, on Wednesday, tlia 7th inst. j Dr. Edgar, on of the moat finished pulprtor, Dr. Mitchell, of renown, and other distiohed speakers, will be present which assures f a rich and rare treat. j The great advantage of, and Interest In Col lege, will draw out a large crowd. Be sui go curly, go as to lecure aeata. BXtRCIHES or THM PAT. j The TnutpPH FarilltV an,l Sti,rl,.n(. will t-VLast Saturday evening the long expected: at the College at J o'clock, and proccathe rent of lighting the city with gal occurred. About j Presbyterian Church under the direction the oYWW til. Rrt lnmn lmhtr.,1 .n,lll,. Marshal. ' . r -"-) VIIV -Friday, December 2, 1859. Chronicle Office over ISckcring $ Ely't Start. JKSubcription nut invariably be mid for In J.DVAXCX.-&H after another, their illumination followed till the whole town was brightly lighted. All 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. — 2 December 1859

mw FaLl 1 goods ' t fOK ,1859 AT ,,''' MACRAE & COULTER'S, , CXAItKSVIM,!?, tESX. WE are now receiving nnd will bar by the 10th of September, our entire Stock of Fall nnd Winter Goods, embracing: Black and Fancy Silks in robes, double skirts, Flounces and other styles, beautiful DcLnine and Cashmere robes; rich printed DcLniues plain DeLaincs, Merino, Foulard Silks, Poplin9, Valencia. Velour Plaids, and. many new style Dress Goods. Phiiris of all description. Alpacas, Bom bazines, English and French Prints. Trnvellug drens goods sold in great variety. Solferino Dress Grinds. F.mhroiderlct and Lace Goodt. rmliroiriered callnrR, sleeves and sets, emb'd skirts emb'd Ifundk'f, Valenciennes Collars and sets. Pompadours in Swiss nnd Luee Marseilles and linen collars and sets, Valeuciennc3 Laces. Trausfer work and vines, Rerthrts Ac. white goods, Ildk'fs all kinds, Tarlatins, French muslin, linens, Cambrics, Swisses, Jaconets, Brilliants, Ac, We invite especial attention to our Flannel...

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 December 1859

ARK CHR 8VILEE: . . . VOLUME 11. THE CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly on double-medium alieet every ?rldy morning, by NEBLETT &, GRANT, J'ulMshert and I'ropritlvrs. TF.RMH OF THE PATHl, Per annum, in advance. $2 TERMS OF ADVERTISING, rok omi iquARC r iwtun lines or lfo On Insertion it ,01 1 Two mouth t4.fn Tir insertions Three Ineertlont 0e month 1 .50 I Three months Fix month Twelve month A.t'0 9,H0 3,50 I 9,01) 15.00 THE BOND OF OUR UNION. The address of, Hon. A. II. II. Stuart before tho Ccntcral Agricultural Society of Virginia on the 2Sth October last, con cludes in words of lofty patriotism. Mr. 'Stuart present tho true bond of Union, which, if preserved, will bind the Con federacy indissolully for all time : Southern labor is devoted to the nroduo. ! tion 6f article unsuited to the climate and labor of tho free States. Its treat i staples are cotton, sugar, tobacco and rice, j . . ' r ' I Of tlicsn Ifiit nnn. tobacco nn.l i mt . : small, extent only, can be produced north of the...

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 December 1859

(Chronicle st. i THOMAH.iAVihir. ? i J. S. NF.IlLF.TT.t rv; 1-1. . trli Announcing Marriages and lllns In 'Mutuant t mill Tributes (if Kcsptct, over ten lines, uuugrd for n other advertisements. ' IS-fl- All Onmmunlt minus must lie nddrrst cd to lUt Kdiuir. . ISusiness letters to the i'uLlibl.oin. . BfU l'crsnns Kulntcrilriiig fur the Chrotiirle, must Mniirmny tlielr orders with (2, or the prj-cr will Im Iks seut. C L A II H V I JjJjT2 . Friday, December 9, 1859. For President in 1860. iiokt. jo j i:sr OF TKNXEHSEE. f.fiy The JrJTrioninn, in speaking of Ihfjjjtrinl of Allen A. Hull, characterises his nffcncifis a "cold blooded miirilrr," ami says tlmt lie mid his "nrces-j sories "ought t suffer the extreme penalty of the law. Situated ns we arc, it is painful to lie forced to allude to the sulject At nil, jet it would lie nn Unworthy acquiescence in intended wrong, not to guard the public mind against the impression in t 'tided to Lie iniide upon it in ndvnnre of the jtnlg ment yet ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 December 1859

NEULETT 4 GRANT, .owl Ai'H. , . Friday, December 0, 1859. tfiT Chrmich Offict mtr Pickering J- A7y' More. paSulcriptions must Invariably lie pnij fur in AVVAXCEnm Lfiti r To-snmnow XtiniT. CIk uimtances, not foreseen, prevented Mr. Mkiickh from delivering I: i lecture, lost night, as advertised, liut to-morrow night he will lie on hand, and will, wc hoic, lie greeted by a large mtdiciicc. lie in a man nf fine talents, rich fnury, and groat, moral worth, nnd we nre satisfied liis lecture will w ell repay all wlm may lienr it. Then turn out, ladies Hud gentlemen I Lecture nt Fowler's Hull. Admittance 25 cent.. BTi.Tbc ceremonies of iiiuuirnrutitifj Dr. MeMul-l lenas 1'rosiUuut of .Stewart College, cBineoff on tlie 7 th ins t. Owing to the intense, cold and the snow on tlie ground, t'10 audience was much smaller limn nnticipntnd, though there was n fair attendance, j In th mnrning', Dr. Edgar rend chaste nnd de limit sermon, in w hii h he dealt heavy Mows ngainst lillibtistcrism, and i...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 December 1859

MWF Til "GOODS" FOR 18S9 AT MACRAE & COULTER'S, ti.tnusviMX, tew. WE lire now receiving and will live by the loth of September, our entire Stock of Fall and Winter Goods, embracing: Black and Fancy Silks In robes, double skirts. Flounce and other styles, beautiful DcLaine hiuI Cashmere robes; rich printed DcLaiucs i.iii DcLaiucs, Merinos, Foulard Silks, Poplins, Valencia. flour Plaids, and many new style Dress Goods. Plaids of all descriptions. Alpacas, Bom- brines, English mid Frown Prints. Traveliugj areas goods sod in great variety. Doilcrino vress i Goods. I'mlroidi rln i.nJ Lace Gid. Embroidi n il collar", cle wn and sets, ctub'd skirts emh'd llniidk'fs, Valenciennes Collars and sets. Potumdoiirs in Swiss and Luce, Marseilles and linen collar and seta. Valenciennes Laces. Trausfcr work mid vi.ics, Berthas Ac. WHITE GOODS, Tldk'fs all kinds, Tiirlntins, Frenih inuslin, linens, Cambrics, Swisses, Jaconets. Brilliants, kc, We invite especial attention to our Flannels. Tab's Li...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 December 1859

b VOLUME 11. THE CHRONICLE.! ' rr.fr - I Printed Weekly on a double-medium eheeevery rld.y morning, by . NEBLETT 4l GRANT, l'ullihr and l'roprie(9r$. . v TERMS OF the rAPER, I $2 r Per annum, in advance., TERMS OF ADVERTISING. . . ' . 1 ?a NI SQUARE OF TWELVE LINI OR tssst e Insertion Two insertions Three insertions On mouth i!ttZL.' SiSC "Th.A, .b; murmured, with a softened 2.no I hi monihfi - 9,(10 lustre in her splendid eyes, "we will seal Twelve monthi 15,00 your pardon with a class of champagne." ,' i The Broken Promise. 'Will you promise me St. J;i "This is a most strange and unnocount- able demand. Lillv. Is it nossihle that youcan so doubt me ?" Lilly put er snow white band, sparkling with rings, with half playful vexed motion, in hi. "J hats not the fjiicsi.iou nt all. JMyj hntrothpd hushmid the nmn who is to be' honored with thin band, which von will persist in holding so firmly don't squeeze it so hard, St. James must give me f solemn word of honor that from thin mo- j me...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 December 1859

Q Li A. T it x) i r a ft CvlOv I i . R. w. tiiomas, r.au. 3. 8. JfEBLETT, 1 ..... . j. a. grant, K!u Announcing Mnrriagea and Deaths, Tree; Obituaries and Tribute of Respect, over ten lines, charged for as other advertisements. Bti" All Communication mnt be addressed to the Editor. Business letters to t lie Publishers, I3)U Persons subscribing for the Chronicle, must acomiany their orders with $2, or the paper will nut l unit. CI. li K S V I T.T.K. Friday, December 16, 1859. For President in 1860. HON. JOl IiNT BKIVT,, OP TENNESSEE. DeiT The Jrffrrtnniim devotes moat of its editori al wce, this week, to our reply to his article on the trial of Allen A. Hull Ki., but ax he mukesno new argument, and adduces no additional fact upon which to rniiiiiiriit, we hare no idea of attempting an analysii of the confused mass of assertion, iu Intiation, and Ill-nature. II in glowing eulogy up on O. O. Poindexter, was railed forth ljr no osper (iona of ours upon his character, and is only so much...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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