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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 December 1859

a t ' " '"'? I NEIILETT GRANT, Loral Editor: Friday, December 16, 1859. SCJ" Chronicle Office over Itrkerinf $ Ely I Start. .QTSnWriptinna must Invariably be paid fur In ADVANCK.-& DfX- The Xanhville Patriot, in recent issue, copies a rernptulatiou of the exports of our tow n, which we published, a short time since, and com ments iion it as follows : The aIiotc, w hich we clip from the Clarksville Chronicle, gives a fiivomlile account of the trade of that iiliu-c. We hnce observed with iilcusore the (rr riling importance of Clnrksville. It' it liail mniiii- 11 . I. f. J...... ll.:.. lactones proponummc iu tin 1111 m piiiuiei.-. ii-im ni. ping interests, it Would take its place at once ninong the large cities. It is surrounded I. y a soil fertile and peculiarly adapted totlie production of the rich, heavy tobacco so much sought for in the English markets in the form of strips. It has twelve facto ries employed in extraditing the stem from the leaf, find six warehouses at each 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. — 16 December 1859

-b 1 I'lut "MV F. Lh GOODS - FOR 18.' AT MACRAE & COULTER'S trtuuMviMJ:, 'rr.xx. WK are now receiving nnd will have by the lnih I of September, our entire Sl k of Full mid Intel Goisl, embracing-. lilack and Fancy .Silk in robe, j -double skirts. Flounces nnd other I'yles, beautiful . DcLnincniid Cashmere robes; rich printed Del.aiucs lilaiu IM-aines, Merinos, Foulard Silks, Popli!, j Valencias. Veli'ur Plaids, nnd many new style Dress Good. Plaids of nil detcr'.ptious, Alwcas, Hom luinnea, English and Fretn h Prints. Traveliug de goods sold in gnut variety, Sulfeiino Dress Goo.U. Emhroid'rhs and I. nee Hoods. Embroidered loilars, slecvesnud .-its, cinb'il skirts einb'd iluiidk'f's, Valenciennes Collars nnd seta. Pompadours in Swiss mid Lace, Marseilles and linen collar and sets, Valenciennes Lines. Trausfer Ttoik and villi's, Ri-rt !ut Ac. - WHITE ooods, ndk'f itl kind, Turlutins, En-iuli muslin, linens, Cambrics, Swisses, Jaconet, l'rilliants. Ac., We iuvite es?ciid Attention ...

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

C c :ronic H A. VOLUME 11. 1 Ml T- TT 1? P IT T? O TVT 1 P T li1 1 11 XI 1 IllV U 11 1 U ilL . J Printed Weekly on a double-medium sheetevery .rrlday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, rublithtT$ and l'roprietor$. TERMS OF THE PAPER, Per annum, in advance. $2 TERMS OF ADVERTISING, rea oat iqoaii or twelve tint or tr.tr ite Insertion $1 ,00 Two months Two insertions 1,50 i Three monlln 4 r,n 5,0 Three Insertions 9.00 Olx months 9,00 One month 3,50 Twelve months 15,00 THE TEST OF LOVE. 'If I ever marry,' said Margaret Baily to her cousin Olivia, 'it will be a man who does not live entirely for himself, but who, out of the benevolence of a charit able hoart will not pass unheeded the cry of the widow and orphan who call on him for relief.' 'You speak warmly, Margaret.' 'Because I feel it. I have always thought that a charitable man would make n cynml tiiiaVinnrl ' e - ... . ....... 'Uut how will you be able to judge or, this 7 You are an heiress, and of coursej have many suitors. Do you ...

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

t nt 1 (Marnjmup7 ovouiclc; K, W. THOMAS, Z.iitor. ' Qie ft-XKIlLRTT, t r,ri i. A. (iRANT, AnnoHni in;' Marriages nnd Deaths, free; Cftiiri-j add Tribute of Iwpect, over ten lines. charged fur iU other ailvertiii incuts. - UtHf All t'ouinutiiKntions mint lie mhlrvsiid ia tin b.l.lor. Jlu-iucss letters tu tlic Publishers. IPu Persons suWrihing fur the Chrcmiclr, must Mcntnpnny their orders Vith f 2, or the paper Will (Kit bo tent. ' . CLAK It S V I I, 1Z . Friday, December 23, 1259. ' For President in 1860. MOIST; JOHN 15KTYL, .'..'. ,.' OF TK.NNE.SSKE. . . g -.''J ... -I.. J ! f Iu addition to the t nion meetings held in Philadelphia, New Vnrk, and Itoston, wo see notices uf similar meetings, over nml to como off, in New Ilnvcn, llarrislnir;.', Jersey rity, New Ark, Patterson, and Trenton. These meetings we hare mentioned to show that there is a sound, conservative, national fit-ling that pervades the masses of the North; ami but for the infernal politicians, that feeling would mani...

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

v ' KLrj.KTT" k GRANT,' Local EJithn.) Friday, December 23, 1859. KfflwiWi Ofiee over Bickering Ely's Store, tf '-'PnTi't -ripfions must Invariably hp aiil for In ... ..., ,...1,. f -.iyAtioilior return of Christmas Is near at bund, au.1 with it will conic, we siipio, tlie pleasures nnil i:iin, fim nnd fo'.lici, noise and nonsense, nsu Hlly attendant upon that anniversary. Christmas, regarded as it should e, would be celebrated as our most solemn liolyduy. It was njKin this day that n Savior was liorn unto the world one whose merit ml suffering was to appeal the displeasure of nn offended 01, and wliose voluntary sacrificial offer ing of Himself brought salvation to man. Ami yet, how few regard the day in this light ! True A showing of mien. observance of the day is main tained by few, but the, mass of tho people, seem to think its ino-t iirojier celebration con'-lsfs iti intcm pnrato Indulgence la our carnal Hepatites id eating mid drinking, mid making nay and night hideous with st...

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

i V CHANCERY BALK Of Valuable Negroes- Tliot. M. Boardman, Adm'r vs. heiri naif distribu ten of Sallie Willis, st a In pursuance of an order mde In this earn!, at the Octolier term, 159, of the Chancery court at Clarksville, I will sell, to the highest bidder, at the ,'ourt-hnue in Clarksville, on Monday, DecemJier, 2(1, 1 859, the slaves belonging to tbe estate of Hal lie Willis, dee d, being 30 in number. There are 10 or 12 likely negro men in the number, balance wo men ami cniiiiren. These negroea are all very likely and valuable. TriiMH. Credit until 1st October, I860, notes with good security required. T. J. MUNFORD, C. k M. Not 25, '59-5w-pr fee It 80 CHANCERY SALE. Tin. II. Johhsox, Jr., Adm'r, In pursuance of an . order made In this A nm K. Ouhcrs et als. J cause at the October Term, 18D9, of the Chancery Court at Clarksvillc, 1 will aell to the highest bidder, at the Court House In Clarksville, on Monday, 2Cth lumber, 1859, One Share of l.inwood Landing, belonging to James ...

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

u ,, J. it in t!, ik Ml' Itun u it i ? (umnm miiE-fflfii President's Message. Jctfov CTfu o the Senate and Houte of Repreteniative : Our deep tod heart-felt gratitude la dut to that Almighty Power which has bestowed opon os such vaiied and numerous blessings throughout the past year. The general health of the country has been excellent; our harvest hare been unusually plenti ful, and prosperity smiles throughout the land. Indeed, notwithstanding our demerits, we bare much reason to believe Irom the past events in our history, that we have et joyed the special protec tion of Divine Providence over riace our origin as a nation. We have been exposed to many threaten :ug aid alarming difficu'ties in our progress; but on each successive occasioa the impending cloud .as been disputed at the moment it appeared i cd j to burst upon our bead, and the danger to our institutions has passed away. May we ever be under the Diviue guidance and protection! Whilst it is the duty of the President "fr...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 January 1860

it 1 . -I 1 VOLUME Hi "... CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY. JANUARY 0, , 1860. NUMBER C. l I! -II r (I IV rvv li 1 1 V i Ho JL JL JL VUg JLU JLJ Jyi- ? SI- ;1 1 1 a" .1 fa- Y2it y t Tv V ""V " . . .V . .. V. Print WV.tly.oia JV'i-liu'u'( shcctjcverf Friday niurtiing, by : tfEBLETT & GRANT, PtlWhtrt and Proprietors. ! JJTffVi'; 2 PER AXXUM fX. AvVaXCE. TERMS OK ADVERTISING, fOR OXI IkJUARl Of tWBttl LISBI OR LI. On.'lnwTtinn S1T0 I Two months ' $4 CO Two Insertions . 1 50 I Tliree months Thre lnrt'uHH iJOO I Si month On tnontb. 2 60 Twelve months 5 00 0 00 15 00 Carrier's vAddresi ftv( 6 Try, v ress. i Once more, kind friends, on wearied Ret. That oR hare trod the frozen street In weekly visit to yofir home, The faithful t'brnniele-earrier come. - " On Viewless wings another year Of reel and toil and unites and tear, ' With checkered record now has sped O'er Joyous youth and aged head. 8 pring came with sweetest bud and flow ers, With genial wind nnd gentle showers, And spread with ma...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 January 1860

ClntksvUU (Chronicle, tt.'W. THOMAS, Xditof, 3. 8. NEtlLRTT, J. A. OH AM, ! rSilliihtrt, '.. Announcing Marriages and Deaths, free? "wiuaric ana irtoutes or Kcspect, over ten lines, tir jsd for m other advertisements. firl" All Communications must be addrested to fie Lditor. Business letter to tlic Publishers. O Ij, A. It KB VILLE. , Friday, January 6, I860. For President in 1860. HOIST. JOIIlSr, BELL, OF TENNESSF.K. - , , , -I J . i &&" In spenkiug of the, rut Union meeting In the North, it is no unusual tiling to hear democratic knicrs sny U well ai far aa it goes) bnt It la Hot Tuvugu, wv luwt iic rurrcsponaing action. . aow w fully endorse lliii view of tUa snbject--puh1ic I meetings and patriotic sentiments arc not sufficient to restore peace, and savs the Union. But how are w- to get at tbe corresponding action T It it mani , frst that a largo proportion of the Intelligent men of the North art opposed to sectionalism, and would Clndlv send to ConLTesa member entertaini...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 January 1860

I- is li 1 i tl I; )k prnl milfjfwf Urn 3 -- - .JCElJUTT A CHANT, fiVfor, I Friday, January 6, 1860. over Pickering $ Ely' Start. . . . i i 1 Ji5(PtibrTiiti(m tnuxl invariably b paid for Is Id VASCEra, Jtay Christmas k putted away; litre, with T&thcr. Ins of the erjojnitrii common to it than muni. Tbe vrtntber, tnoft of the time, was very Unpleasant. Last Monday there was a Urge crowd la town, find a good ninny negroes were hired, luid Sold tlmt day. Men hired at from $150 to t?00, and boys from (100 to $160 ; Women $75 to $120 and tfrls from 850 to $90. Those that were told on a credit brought high prices, but when sold for cash they brought much less. Negro-men bring, here, now, from $1,200 to $1, BOO and women fiom (900 to $12,000. Negro-women, tot family sen Ice were in great demand, and man are jet wanted, a cooks nd house servants. . tssju We enter upon new year with this issue of our pspef, hnd desire first of all to wish happy fear to all of our patrons and friends. We 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. — 6 January 1860

BARCLAY & ADERHOLD. Corner Francis and Second Striets, CfarktrUte, Tvniirtme. Wannfiiflurcrs of Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, unci dealers iu Stoves, Crates and ladling. ALSO Tin Roofing, Cutler and lluuie rie done in good style nt'short notice. Coppor Plc, lirltchcn, Chim neys, and Klct Pipe made or repaired. We also niunnfucture a superior article of Wrought Iron Cooking Stoves. Orders from City or County attended to with promptness. BARCLAY k ADERHOLD. Feb 25, 1843 WHEELER & WILSONS FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. IF YOU desire to promote the happiness and in terest of your Wile and Daughter, you should tall ou ths undersigned at once. They aro recommended for the follow ing quali ties: 1. Beauty and excellence of stitch, alik upon both sides of the fabric sowed. 8. Strength, firmness and durability of scam that will not rip nor ravel. 3. Economy of thread. 4. Its attachments and range . of application to purposes and materials. . 5. Compactness nud elegance of model and finis...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 January 1860

VOLUME ,11. CLAltKSVILLE, "TENN ., FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, I860.- NUMBER 7. 1 Si I (HfoxUxiUt ffitoint k - Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheet every Friday morning, by ' ' - i NEBLETT & GRANT, . Vullithtrt and l'-roprittort. ... TERMS: $1 TER ASS CM IS AUVASCE. :. r , .,' TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ; " roa nit sl'a'ki or Twsiva luks or lbM, "One Insertion s Two Inwn-tiotis ' Three insertions One month. $1. t 2 3 Two months Three miintltt 84 months Twelve months 14 r' 00 ft no is 00 rOROETTHEE, ForifPt thcel aye, when life "hall cease ' To thrill thin heart of mine; lint not till then can I forget One look or tone of thine, , Oh! no. it mingles with the sound lf every tiling I hear, Anil think yet 1 can e'er forget One I litre loved so dear? . , ' Voret thee! when I raise mine eyes To von blue vnnlt sbove, I think how oft I're Riueil with thee ., . On those britilit orlm of love, . And m they roll their onward course Still changeless, clear ami free, 1 think how I enn be like them, '...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 January 1860

ami (Slartovill (Chronicle. J. W, THOMAS, :,. T J. 8. NEBLF.TT, i PubLtheri. -4 J. A. GRANT, IWJu Announcing Marriage and Isth, free; (Thitunrlr and Tribute of iUsfirrt, over ten line, abarged for aa oilier advertisements. aHr'" All f'nmmunl'-ntiona mnt Ii adilrcared to tbe Editor. I!u"ini-" letter to the Publisher, CLA 11 1 8VJL 1. 12 . Friday, January 13, 1860. Tor President In 1860. I-IOjS". JOHN" OF TENNESSEE. 1-' !i . in tSF" Mr. Breckenridge, who is an aspirant for the Presidency, proves his want of devotion to the South by takiug th position thai th court are competent to th protection of slavery In th Terri torics, and therefore no federal legislation is neces aiy. None but tbe fire eaters demand a slave code, nor Is on necessary so long at. territorial Lcgisla tures -conform to th Constitution and th law of Congress; but foiling to do thi, where I tbe re medy T In Congress alone, because under the. Con litution, Cotigrct is the only recognized Legisla tor of the Territories...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 January 1860

inborn lm. tXEBLETT k GRANT, Lttel Editor. P. Friday, January 13, 1860. tsef Chroniclt Office eotr rirktring $ Ely Star. Subscriptions unit Invariably be paid fur In AuvAacr.r&t 'fc.'!lJl!L'll JJi J!JIJ-IL' 1 c ftft)u All persons knowing themselves Indebted to ui will please come forward nnd pay up, a we arc very much in need of money. We are compelled to pa; cash for tlie material we use, and for all work we have done, but cannot do tliii unless those owing in pny up. . We hope we will not be com pelled to make a second call to delinquent. BPfjuWe bare added several new names to our sub-teription list this year, and are happy to add that in most cases the raxh accompanied the name. To. cash siilwcribcn we would say, "the pleasure of your company Is respectfully solicited," Ac. ' IWk,, Through Messrs. Campbell, McKe it Co-, Comnii&ion merchants, of Xew Orleans, we are in tecclpt of full advices as to the markets of that city, up to tho 4th Inst. We are sorry we have not room...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 January 1860

BARCLAY & ADERHOLD. Corner Franklin and Skcond Streets, Clarktrilh, Ttnncstre. Ittanufiiclurcrs of Copper, Tin and Fhect Iron Vre, u,;d deulcrs in Stoves, Urates, and Castings. ALSO Tin Hoofing. Cutter nnd House Pipe dime in cood style At short notice. Coppnr Pijio, Itritclicn, Chim neys, and Blast l'iie made or repaired. We also manufacture a superior article of Wrought Iron Cooking Sloven. Orders from City or County attended to with promptness. IiAliCLAV k ADERHOLD. TV-MS, 1659 New Watch and Jewelry Store! THE I'NDERSIGNED, hating iermnncnfly lo tutcd in Clarksville, desires to inform tire public that ho tins tiikcu th'r store-room lately eccupied ly W. N. Thweatt k Co., on the Public Square, where he is preimrcd to exhibit a handsome assortment of Wntehet, Clnrki and Jeirrlry, which he will sell at the lowest prices". Watch re pairing, in all its branches, proiierly and cheaply dona. Call and see. O. II. MOSES. Clarksville, Jl 28, '59-tf . Notice. All persons wanting Fruit Tr...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 January 1860

VOLUME ll.nH CLAMSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY. JANUARY 20, 1800, - , - NUJIEEE 8.- Li M. Printed Weekly, on a double-medium iheet every TriUay moroinff, by . . .:,; : : (. -; ".P". "ner and Propritttrt,. i. T t2 PS R A IfXVM JV A D VI A'CS. .f- TERM3 OF ADVERTISING, ' rot om'c tgui'ai or twblti lixm on it.' One Insertion TwaJitertiotit-r TUree inwrliuBJ Qne month , $1.00 - 1 60 2 00 ..2 50 Two month " t 80 Three montlii S 00 S mouth .. r 9.00 Twelve months 13' DO .S83inWjS'(Siin1j5;,: , :h;mith, tfarfii ss i o it Aird f it Vsrjpfdtrfg ffO "A CQ & S A L H'M A Ny TiV Proof VnrrfiHHKr OL1.BK3 V.I LLK, ' T EN ii ESSE E, i Jys7-r ';- V J KOtTELL, LlACJSMAir & CO , An4Cloiuinission MeroliaiilB, tGiiiV rntc-PKoor "NrAirr-nuurt;; CornVbmtijn and Front Strcte ; " Spclnl BtRipd -iccflon and Su!e f Tobacco. Libcrm (tilvtitwiA made on Produce, Ithcr for gulp or Khipnirut N. B. Oood snrjilj U Tobacco Ilhds. coustunty onlmnd. .KEu'J , - .1 '0 "J X L II Nov 18, T'O-ly r T TOIiACCO NOTICE. New ire...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 January 1860

ft' if 4 5 ! 1 ClatlisviUf Cluoiwtc. R. W. THOMAS, Jttiwr.-. J. 8. NRTtLRTT, V k,,,. ... J. A. GRA3T", T!IV. Announcing Jrirrings arid iWths, fre; Ohiutiri and Tribute of Rtupcct, ovr ten Unas, Unrged for m other advertisement. . . BB" All Communications mrrf ta addrXsrSd til Editor, liu.'iness letters to the Publisher. OLA It ICS V I LLE. Friday, January 20, I860. For President in 1880. 1102. JOHN" BELL, OF TENNESSEE. tP R"d the second communication from onr correspondent "Practical Mechanic'' The truth .The tR'.iQftle are too self-evident to need the aid f arg'trne nt, and' too Important to full to impress very Intelligent reader. The mechanics of the fiaail are hardly dealt with, and no class of ople is to ready to disregard their Interests as that which declaims loudest against abolitionism, while sending Its orders North, for almost every article needed. Year ago, we repeatedly nrged upoo on readers the views advanced ty our' correspondent, and argued that the only true antidot...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 January 1860

WBDLETT GRANT, total Editor: ; Friday, January 20, 1360. W8 ChronitU Ofici er PU hiring f Ely's Store. Orfcubicriptioni mvut Invariably ,b paid for In ADVANCE.- ' ' County Meeting. TLer will b meeting at th Court House, on th first Monday In February, to appoint delegate to the Stat Oppoeition Convention, In Nashville, on the Sid of February. Let there be a full mee ting, and turn delegate appointed a trill atteud, and exe.-t themselves in behalf of the pood cause, la and out of the Convention, before and after Its meeting. .Messrs. II. F. Beaumont It Bon, the well known stein men, and general dealers lu tobacco, la this city, will not operate here this year, except so Sir as they may buy at inspection; they will put up no strips. Tbey will, however, continue their ope rations In strips at Dyersburg, in tills State, and Ca diz, Kentucky. The Senior member of this (Inn Is ens of the ol dest operators In tobacco in this place, hat-leg com menced the business hers over 26 yenrs ago, an...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 January 1860

.J -I " Jr43 . r " A ill '4 i i ill ' ist Sept. 1185 ' BARCLAY & ADErJIOLD. " CoRNfcR FRANKIJN ANJ) SECOND feTRllttTB, Ctark&vMr, Tiiniwe. Elannf.ictBrf rs of Ccjiprr, Tin lind Wief Iron Wore, uil oV-aWn i.i Stoves, Grates, and Cartings. . . . . . .ALSO , Tin Roofinu'i Ctit'cr iiM.l limire Pipe done in pood style nt sliiit Dot ice Coin Pipe, llritchen, Chini- Mcys; aihI liin.-t ri; niutir or rtgt.tit'rl. ' 'c ilJi ii:uiftli turc n tup. rii' urlic'e of Wrought Iron Conking Stove. Outers Item, City or County atien.ica to Willi promptness. , 11 VIU.L.VY k ADERHOLD. Feb 25,' If 59 ' AGRVVir SUBJECT"'! . JUST RECEIVED, n stock of Drugs, chemically pure, nt!ct poiion and prepitralionr, entirety up to the s'nmlard tf strength nnd purity exacted by the L'uiled States Pharmacc) in, mvu my riinaiuj'Tiov -department. Tho?e sending prescriptions to my Louse, may be msured thnt t!io common pructiu' of usiug drills of the ordinary Riml in th-.'ir preparation is altogether tiiscurded, nnd ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 January 1860

1": f 11 11 VOLUME 1L ' CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, I860.. KTJ1TBEB 1). . IV I f i I I X . I'rifltc J Weekly, on a double-medium sheut every Friday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Vtllithtr and Proprietor. TSHMSt t2 PER A XX I'M IX AHVAXCS. TERMS OF AuVKRTISINO. nm om w:nB or twm.vs links or lis'. One insertion Tiro Insertions Three Insertions Oat month $1.00 1 so 2 no 2 SO Two months Three months Mix months Twelve months M BO D 00 00 15 00 tonus , C. H. SMITH, "oni mission Ami F ci tv a r 1 i n g jwk itj saw air a " i . " - AM) ' X TOBACCO SAL R8XAZ, Fire Proof Wnrcliwiiso, C L A II K S V I L L K , TENNESSEE. , ImT r.i'r- days, Tuesdays Mid Thursdays. - -Fti i..':-f A. HOWCI.L, O. M. m.Al'HMAS, T. J. PlllTCHETT. HOWELL, BLACKMAN & CO , OKNERAL BECKiVIKO, FOHWAHDINI - And Commission Merchants, CITY FIUE-PROOK WARcllUlSE, "Cornsr Commerce nnd "Trout Streets, Clmlisvlilc, Tenn. Special attention giv:n to tlie Inspection nnd Pale ,of Tobacco. Liliernl advances made on ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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