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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 March 1860

R. w. Thomas, Editor, f r J. A. GRANT, PX- Aunouuei"g Mnrringr and . Deaths, free ; Obituarim ana , Ti ibulea of Kmpvct, over Jen line, thai gfd for a other advertisement. Itr-jr All Comnmufcniions must' be addressed to th Mllor. BiiMiicee letters to the Publishers. Triday, March 2, 1860. t ,; Tor Fresident in 1860. hox. vrouisr iejjxj9 , OF TKN NKi? f-'EB. " A paper bas been established In New Orleans, rnlll U0 "State Rights Loulsianinr;,''. and lias placed at the ' head of III columns the name of Nephew-A. iJonglaao, as It candidate fur the Presi dency. In order to reconcile the South to the pjaiter sovereignty abomination of Douglass, th Louisianinri sriys there Is no exoess of slaves is thr southern Stutes and therefore none to take to the Territories, Hence It follows as necessary deduc tion, that doctrine of States Uighta, hi connec tion with the Territories, In a mere attraction, nd that it is politic to yield the right in view of thr fact that it inn Dot tm vindicated, maint...

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 March 1860

... KEBLETT jf GANT, Xal . :. Friday, MacrVl6feb. 19 CArwmct OSes Mr ISekmnf $ Ely Stort. Pjrftib'rlptlon mast invariably be paid fur in IftjuThe junior local editor bad the pleasure on, ,t lt(C of vy. K. Lowe, Attorney Gen- attending the Opposition Convention, at Kahville, but week. This was on of tbe largest conventions ' that ever assembled In this State, and the proceed logs were marked by a spirit of harmony and unanimity that win truly encouraging. Several of Tennessee's ablest men were present, and all seem ed willing and anxious for tbo conflict to rescue v tbe country from the corrupt hand. Into which itbas fallen. Kumcrout able and eloquent speeches were made, but" speech of tbe occasion was made by MnJ. O. A.- Henry, of this city, It was on of the happiest effort of his life, aud was received with thunders of welcome applause. Every man in tbe vast assembly aeemed to be spell-bound, electri fied, by tbe burning eloquence of tbe orator, and spirit of patriotic enthusiasm w...

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 March 1860

.. IJf ' 1 I' I. J 0 - III II: O S I N DRY GOODS, Al tbc old Un J.Jforoif rljr occupied by FARMER ft TRIGG. BEAT, McWHIRTER & CO. Hae just received and oiicncd large sod splen did assortment of FALL & WINTER STAPLE AND FANCY BEY GOODS, Consisting in ysriety of everything usually kept by retail merchant In the city. , Plain and Fancy (all wool) Delaines, Plain and Fancy (J cotton) Delaine, Plniu and Fancy Dcbazct, t Trench, aid English. Mefinoi, t Black and Fancy Alpacas, Irish and table Linens, Bleached and Brown Domestics. Scotch Plaids, riannelA all colors, Canton Flanncfn. " - Shawls, Bed Iltankets, lO 1-4 Sheetings, JACONET AND SWISS RIFFLING, lacks; ' ' EDGINGS, INSERTING3, HANDKERCHIEFS, GLOVE?, COLLARS, e CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, ' CRAVATS, NECK TIES, SCARFS, Slc, TogetUtr will m lnrg stuck of BOOTS and SI-IOICS, Consisting of , Ladies' Kid Shoes, with nod without heels, Ladies' Morocco Shoes, Mi ant do., Child reus' do., Boys do., Ladies' and Gents' Orcr Shoes, ...

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 March 1860

" ' jjj ' '' " t ' ' "''''' " " " own CLAIlKSVILLEMENN., FRIDAY, MARCH. 9, I8G0;: NUMBER 15. TOLUME ll. i ,"'.'( -o, ..-' ' r ;.;. o i '. . ' V 7 s -r Trr -J " ! Printed Weekly! on a double-medium sheet every Friday -morning, by IM-i ."M ...'.-.;.; ,. T , ' 'NEBLE1T & OBAKT,', ," 'alii ner and Propritlor. . t -; ' ,,', ' v TEKHS TERMS OF ApVEUTISIXC,; run OS I B4JUARS or TWKLVK MX IS OR LKSB. One inset tion ,11.00 Two insertions . , 1 60 Three insertions . 2 00 Oue month , . 2 &u Two month fl 50 6 00 9 00 15 00 Three months Su months Twelve months '$mt$z (Omuls;' O. H. SMITH, ' Commission And Fct warding ANI TOD A CCO SA L RUM A V Fire Prool Wnrcliemae, ' CLAIIKS V1L LE, TENNESSEE. ' " tQf Snle days, Tuesdays and Thursdays. "J , Feb 1,'57-tf A. MOWKtL, O. M. IH.AI'KMAN, T. 1. I RITrllKTT. HOWELL, BLACKMAN & CO-, (IKNKHAti BRTlCIVINn, r)HWAIIIll0 And Commission Merchants, CITY KIKK-l'KWH WAIlfcliOl SK, iy Corner Comoicrce and Front Streets, V : .V ;inrkllle, Tenn. Ppwinl ...

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 March 1860

(SlarliSvHU Cthrowdr. K, W. THOMAS, AWitoe. H. NEIII.V.TT, '5 J. A. GRANT, Announcing -Murrintre nm! Deaths, free; ObitonrU and Tribute of Respect, over ten line, charged for a other advertisement. B if Alt ('iiiinuuii-ntloiin must lw ndc'rcwrd to the Editor.- liu lnr 1 tters to the Publishers. C I j A KKHVIL T. K . ' ' Friday, March 9, 1860. . .For President in 1860. 'I-ICXNT. JOHN BKE-X,, 'OF TENNESSEE. i I tW The Baltimore patriot sneaking, of the 'fennevee Opposition Contention sayst , The nomi tint inn of John 1U:li- the- itulcsinnn of Teuiieesea, aa the choice of the t jHii1rn of that . StaTc, for lb Presidency, and the invitation to all ''good men everywhere' to help them elect him. merit, and will doubtl receive the consideration of! tli Opposition.- North, South. East, and West. The Opposition Convention to niert the 1 2th of Hay, aud Ihf Will ol June will maturely consider whether v.ctoTy is possible under the lend of the ' .Tvhomeenn aud If they decide that he shall be th...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 March 1860

XEHLETT k CfiANT, Loral Editor. tiQ. That old favorite of th public, In tie ml tousorial, Jerry, the barber, has recently, thoroughly renovated, and retHted, toe room on the Wert shle of the public tqnare, adjoining Hugh'! tntJsfe (tore, to which b rciuored semis two months ago, and has tnuiifvrmcd It into a very neat, convenient, and comfortable barber-shop. Jerry it to well know, here, at a good barber, and a polite, orderly man, that we hardly nerd fay a word to recommend him. fSuiwTipion'must invariably 1 jsild for in lie ha been pronounced, by a good city barber, tkt Friday, Macrh 9, I860. - ,"..'.'; - ' i Ittr ChfoiM OJHr orer Pickering & Mg$ Start. ' tdj The 'senior local (taking It' for svimr-ed that every boy know tchick is he) in conimny uriikt 4 vy' agreeable- aU party ot other genlle luea and ladles, made a flying trip to Xaohville, a few day ago, J nut to tee how that little city looks, in its decline, under the overshadowing growth of Clarksville. We took passage 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. — 9 March 1860

t . f r iipir mnnnvc!'.:: .. . . - .. - - ... .. t,. i ,t ..'..' . , i ;. . , ' , V-, i hc -t -...i ,-.? .i i . . i X .. , ; , t f! . ; . v .,.. JDRY'GOODS, ... w ,- r t ; j. -. iLc old sund,Jforiiurly occupied by , !f M ! FA UM Ell A TRIGG. SEAT, McWHIRTER & CO. llav jnst received ami ojieucd a large did splcn did Maortmcnt of ' ' ' ' TTjli & "WIN T33II ','4 1f1 -k -i i - STAPLE M( 4hJ i ;... . !i . T If T AND FANCY - DRY GOODS, ' Consisting' in variety of everything usually kept by retail merchant In the city. . ' J... I'lain ond Fancy (all wool) Deloinen, i ' ' r . " . ," , '. flnin and Fanry (J cotton) Delaines, 1 ' l'lnin and Fan7 Debazet, " ' ' ' -i .Frenefi an 4 EnglitiB Merinos, ' filwk and Fancy Alpaca, " 'Irldb ntid table Lineni,. . . Bleached and Brown Domestic. ' Scotch Plaid, ; . i Flannel all olor ' 1 ) : ., . ; Clinton Flannel. - Shuwls, . - ' lied Blankets, , to 1-4 Sheetings, . , ,. ', ... :.. I n r, : i ' V si ' JACOXEr AND SWISS RUFFLING, v i -- ( LACES,. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 March 1860

n ILil O if. T TO : Jl.;lji. a .0.. ii .i ii m. Xy 11 a a. jl i jl.kj', : , v . , u -a j a .ii -a VOLUME 11.,' Printed 1Peklyron a double-medium Sheet every rriday.uiornlng, by NEBLETT & GBANT, .TaWi'sAcrs ano? Projriitri. TERMS, $1 'iTS AKXUM I ADVAS CE. TERMS OF ADVEBTISI5G, rot ob wjrARi or twelve un oa less. One insertion 1.00 Two insertions 1 60 Three insertions 2 00 Oat month 2 60 Two months $4 60 Thro month) 6 00 Six month 9 00 Twelve monthi 15 00 : O. H. SMITH, Commission And Forwarding 'jrnmjmammmi-smm j.xmiKac"9 ANO TOBACCO SALES MAX, u . Fire Prool Wrflinn, -CLARES VI LLE, T EX N KS8KK. , tX3T Sale days, Tuesdays and Thuridays. "Yi5 ". Feb 1,'67-tf A. HOWBLt, O. W. BLACK MAN, T. 4. rBITCHETT. HOWELL, BLACKMAN & CO , OKKEBAL mCKIVIXO, roRWAHUIKO And Commission Merchants, CITY FlUE-PKOOF WARMIOl'SK, Corner Commerce and Front Street, Clurkavllle, Tenn. , Special attention given to the Inspection and Rale of Tobacco. Liberal advance! made on Produce, cither for Salvor...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 March 1860

j. ii k,'V, THOMAS, )Mr, , J. A.GKANT, nt. Arttiotn..'M:iHp.- and Deaths, free; OU taunts ui -.TiiUitral of .ltrsprct, over trs lint, ftlinrirod for other AdvciUieiuenOi. r.'?- 11 fV.mnmnii'Mtuinn must. A mldrctwd to iLi ll.ii. - ttn-lnM btti-ri (u tlia Pntdithiir. ' 1 f , r- ir tv -t- -- -f T -r-i KSP Brtiwnlow MTt that, as much As he despises .,VX A lv J-C5 V -i -L ii,,northrri negro stealer, lie can k no rborai'diT. i Friday, March 16, 1860. ..,u-1... i I. i i i . . 'or President in 1860. - r rllOJOHK BELlj, TENNESSEE.- VST The democratic Senator who met In cailcus r(0 fii op a slvery ty"' ii-the platform, In odvnuce kt the Charleston CoitVcntiou, tinvi, in tel611owi ivg molutfon, inirendcred souihern rights lit ther ierritorie aud bid bi&h for anti-ekverf votes: Mrtolrvi, That neither (npM nor a TrrlMr1ii! TT.e(palatni, whether bdlTvx-l IfKbilmion or IcfrUla- ! fbe power to annul or enHirce the ,uUlutional F'1" a lh F""" P'le 1 other illustra rtirhtof any ritizen of the Unit...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 March 1860

XKBLtTT CHANT, focal Z'rfiW, , Friday, Macrh 16, I860.; t .. t . 1 - i fcstf' C'f. tyfas Pickering i F-iy't W.,, V i , '" ' ' ?r: ) ' i- JirrS'i)irH'ripUotui must Invariably be paid for la 'AJtrAliOKr&l k-r ?, ::'! U-v I Arrival aiil Ifoparturr of Mali. yjuhvillt via. Railroad Arrlrej Mondays, Wed nesday, and Fridavs, at 6:20 p. ra. Departs, by Hailroaii, Tuesdays, Thursdays Saturdays, at 6 a. m. "'ti'athvilU via. Sicamore .Jfi7j Arrives Frbiay, (km. Departs Thursday, 6 a. m. , . ,Luuvillt-ArrivM evry-day except Monday, 5 a. m. Departs every-day except Sunday, 10a. m. 'yAtrm-iVk--Arrive Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 6 p. m. Depart Tuesday, Thursday and Baturday, ) a. m. Parte Arrive Toefday, Thurdayand Saturday 8 p. td. ' Departs Monday, Wednesday and Friday 3 a. m. . 'uteriy Arrives Wednesday and Saturday 11 a. in. Depart! lame day! 1 p. m. CAiror-r Arrives Saturday, 6 p. m. Depart! Friday, 8 a. tn. "' "' , . , , Klklvn Arrivel Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day, 1 p. m. Departs M...

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 March 1860

LEONARD'S COLUMN! REAL ESTATE AGENT 1- AUCTIOHEER! Heal Ejstate Agent ' -A. n l Auctioneer. Thankful fur tk generous patronage bestowed for the liut thirteen years, I Solicit a continuance of tht tame, and shall do all in niT power aa nsnal to make It tlie interest of tba people to put their busi ness In my hands to Jo. 1 feci confident, froro my long experience, that I am better prepared to sub serve your Interest than ever, (rum the feet that 1 iHn better known, and batter posted in regard to the wants of tb people, I 'Will give strict attention! to- the selling, of Real Estate, either private or pub lie, nud shall make it my ttvdy to know the went of the couiniuuit v; to that if a man hat property of am kind to sett, by putting It In my hands, be will And buyer, If there it one io the country, fur hi article. I will alio girt my attention to the rent Inn of city property, to tht telling or hiring of r. vanla, and in fact to the telling of all kinds of protierty, either public or ...

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 March 1860

ft i V VOLUME 11. fiflatfoviU (SJircriulf.-1 JViotedf Weekly, on double-medium sheet every Friday morning, by ' NEBLE1T & OKA NT, V Pll$htr$ and Propritton. TERMS i J i? ANNUM IN ADVANCE. TERM J OF ADVERTISING, vom om sgcAa o Twtkvi inn ok tat. Oat Insertion 1100 Two months $4 60 Two Insertions 1 60 Three months , 6 00 Three insertions 2 00 Six months 00 One month 2 50 Twelve months 1 5 00 O. H. SMITH, Commission And Fcrwardinf AMD " TOBACCO SALESMAN, Fire Proof Wnrehouer. CLiRKSTlLLE, fENMSBBSI. 86JT Sale days, Tuesdays and Thursdays, "a Feb :, 67-tf , A. nOWSU, O. M. ILACIMAX, T. J. PBlTCKtTT. HOWELL, BLACKMAN & CO , OtXtK-L BECSIVIKO, rORWAHDIKO And Commission Merchants, CITY Fl UK-PROOF WAKsdlOVbU, Corner Commerce and Front Streets, . , : . C'lai ksville, Tcnn. , Special attention given to the Inspection nod Sale of . Tobacco. Liberal advances made on Produce, either for Sale or Shipment. B. Good supply of Tobacco II bd. constantly on band. Ha 18, '&9-ly . .... TOBAC...

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 March 1860

; n. ' J: R. W. THOMAS, 8..NEf;I.KTT Pn&Krkrrt. - A. GRAM, ti Aii,i(iini'-it. 3iin.iu.irc mid IxtittiH, rre; Obliur.i-;1 and Tritdtoi of HiiMft, over ten lines. rlvrfr,l fef rfr ntbrr ndPTti;-rmciit.. fT" - Communications irt 1 nddifd to ifhe K'liioiv llmlnce letters to tli" Publisher. oia i k s v r iAi. ' Friday, March 32, 18CT0. , For President in 1860. ; IIOZNT. .TOTi:N" "IVJST, OF TESNKSSEK. gtff About this time, four years age,, I he cry was raided that all who wir-lied lo nave the Union flioiilj unite with the democratic party to defeat Trcmont, Many timid Whigs alarmed by the- out cry, rallied orotiwl the democratic standard, nnd I Fremont w o. defeated and Iluclmnan elected. . The i promise helJ out to the country, as the inducement to rote for tho present inrnnth'anee of the While House, was the fiual niljuftmciit of the slaviiy Ues tioa and the hiauvationof permaucnt pence between the Jforlh and tho South. Hut so far from fulfilling ttil promi;, the democrats hare eont...

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 March 1860

?f L'BLETt. VRA5T, f.caV Editor: Friday,-Macrfi 23, 1860. fc Chrontrh Office over lackering J- AVy's Soer. - BifSulpscrlpt'onJ must Invariably be paid for in The condition of Trinity Cemetery', in this itjf, call urgently for action on the pl of the Cwncra,'or tKiitccHj "of tliiat property. A long time ago, their atteution Was called, in these column, to this mnttrr, but 'without avail. " We desire, once more, to try to awaken In them some interest upon the suljcct... We do it for.the sake of the living and the dead, and for the take of the . reputation of our town. Many of those who own lots, and bare friends buried, there, keep their ground, in clean and elc. gant condition, and hare adorned them with choice flower and shrubs ; but tlx condition of the grounds at large, li a disgrace to the corporation that own them and, as of a public burial place, by consequence, to the town. Basing an estimate upon the number of Iota, that are actually fenced In, the income, from the tale of th...

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 March 1860

iiKQNA-Kms COLUMN ' . REAL ESTATE AGENT -Anil . AUOTIOHBBR! ' ' 1 Real Estato Agent AnJ Aiiotionppr. Tl.ni.ktul for grnrroaa pitronsge bestowed fortUv IMI thirteen I solicit a rontiiiiintice of the C.IU4, and (ball do nil io my jaiwer at nnunt lo ruake ;t th Interest of the people to put tin ir bitai npvj in my band IO do. 1 feci confident, ftom hit long experience, that 1 am belter prepared tn sub serve your Interest than ever, from the I'ui t that I am better known, and better posted in repaid to the wants of the people. 1 will five strict attention to tlie tiling of Real Eatatu, either private or pub lic, and shall make it my ttmly to knoa the wonts of tuc community; o that if a runu has property of ami kind to sell, by putting It lit my hands, lie nlll find a buyer, if there is one in the country, fur bit article. 1 will also five my intention to the rent lair of city property, to the selting-or hiring of ser vant, aud in fart to the selling of, all kinds of property, either pub...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 March 1860

" A ".. " -s 'Tj J I ,-? 1 I , l r, J... 1 CLAHKSYltLE,; TENN., FRIDAY. MMCH30, 18C0. 'NUMBER 18; 1 :; r""1-5 'Wi i, ?: few soil ': .,,. i i.r. - . . . . ..... . .-. i I "',' .V,V Y V'!V ':; -. ,- . - rrinted Weekly, on a double-medium abett every Friday morning, by .. t l? NEBLETT & GRANT, rulli Ar an J l'roprittort. TERMS:' PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, rot ows nye am or twklvs like o lb. One insertion Two Insertions Three insertion One month $1 1 3 . a Two monlht Three fount hi Six tnontlit Twelve incmihi $4 80 . 6 0(. 9 00 15 00 r ..O. H. SMITH, Commission And Fciwar din? mm. h mi mm m I .. ' AKD -'. T O B A C C 0 . SA L E S M A N, Fire Prool Wnrr-liciisc. CLARK3VILLE, TESJiESSKE. CJtT Sale days, Tuesday aud Thursday. tBS FcoI,'i"-tf A. HOW ILL. O. II. BLACBMAX, T. J. rB ITCH ITT. HOWELL, BLACKMAN & CO , And Commission Merchants, CITY HRK-riUtoF VAUr.lULSE, torner "Commerce nd Front Strceti, ' Clurkarllle, Tcnn. BlieclM fttlcntion given to the Inirc1ion and...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 March 1860

.Liii'.rtrtr:-'-.- at . r- B. W. THOMAS,- J. a. KErtl.F.TT, i. A GBAST, B?3U. Announcing MarringM nail Deaths, free; Ohitiinri'- and Tribute of Kcspcet, over tin line, charred fur a otacr adv crtim-uianta. t'.y All Coumintiicutlon. m not ha addressed to the Editor. . Business letlcs-a to the Publishers. C .L. II IC B V I T, I- 33 . t Friday. Karen 30, I860-' ", ' For President in 1860. HOIST. .TOIIT BELL, OF TLXNF.SSKK. , Si.ftptfraMtJft kt still Hf aa to wbetbet the spMcrati tWrrgwtea Ur Owifln will- Mum the total etogfB, or w aether tho Ijul itT"lU tooUia ths) tardea that, usually gather about a hKofbco Convention. Bui ilia meeting' will ba belt tber; the Cincinnati platfot'iu Will ba teadopted wlthoxt explanation; Donglas will be nominated; the mlliern wiug will piny lbs gama of no chance, and denounce fcll opponents aa aU'ililioi.UUj-liougb the will have an abolition candidate, and the northern wing will proclaim that the Kansas bill is aa gocsL if not better, aa the Wilrnot pro...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 March 1860

KKBLfVT ft CtRANIJ. Local Ef tort. rriday,' MaTcS:3or,i6dd - J- ': ' f 1 1 i . . . :.i ; y ,' 1 ChrmtcU Offict?tt. Tuckering ity's S'ow... fJT-f;,fiwVlpUonl must Invariably U paid I ia tct)L. W are requested to iUU that Rev T. De Wy Wardlaw, will deliver a fret lecture, In Fow ler" flnll on Tuesday night, April 31 next. Subl ietuAmfknt Cmlitation." Wa uppoe tbat there wilt be a pretty general turn out. Fata Gnoi'ane. Tlie Stockholder la the Mont gomery County Fair, will pleas remerolier tlve meeting on Monday next. There ought and wc hope there will he, a full attendance of the Stock holder!, on that day. It will perhap be the most important day in the burtory of th Society. The Constitution and Dy-Lawi are to t adopted. All the officer! and directors are to be elected for twelve month, beside much other important busiues will hare to be attended to. The Fair ground U no longer mytica1. We will advise our reader of iu progress. . SQT The Jrfertontan lay it hope we will ettle, in two...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 March 1860

. i-u,""iiM?"ji.ui lu Chancery. at Clarksvlllo: ' --. V ..... . J Attach, k Jnj. Bill , J. fi. Little, all. .- v . "v It aptieuriiig (o the satisfaction of lie Clerk: and Master t'mra the allegations in the hill and affidavit thereto, Una J. S. Little is a non-resident of the rtln'c nf Tennessee, that the ordinary ptwe of mw fuiiiun it wrvcJ upon him. It Is, thcrvrore, ordcnil that mMicftUon be made for foor week in thT'?iWUlr Chronicle, newspaper fmblhdted In the tnrn of Chuktvllle, requiring laid non-resident defendants to appear (it die next term of the Chan cery Court, to he ho!.! in the townof Claiksville, on iL. w i -i .... :tLZ or demur 10 complnimiiils or the mine will te tttken fur coiifeMid "m to liiiu And net down lor hearing I:'z Parle. T. J. MCNFORD, C.A M. Marcb 16, 19fiO-4-pr fee fl. In Chancery tit Clarksville. JtPU W. Foerwi, : .: 1- . . v V 8. ' Original Bin. John Parker and Julia Parker. J It appearing to the sttisfnetion of the Clerk and Muster from the allegatio...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 April 1860

1 j1 - i A- - TCI) W-fH T '.VOLUME 11. CLA11KSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY, APRIL G, 18G0. NUMBER 10. - I ' " ' , ' Printed Weekly, on a double-medium thict ivtnr .ridy morning, by' NEBLETT & GEAKT, l'ubli thtrt ami Proprietor. " TERMS: $2 J'ER AXXl'M IX AHVAXCK. TEUMS OK Al)T.I.TISIXi.. FOB OSS t'JL'ARi OF TWF...VB MSKB OR LKS8. (hit Insertion JTwu iinsirlioiis Three insertions One uiunlh , $1 00 Two tnoiillu J4 60 1 no Time monrlm 6 0 2 00 Si.V liio.lt! Its 9 00 2 DO Twtlvc months 13 00 fen O. H ."'SMITH, - j , t Illli.V l IUU II IV UWAS IOI 0"' !? I lll Mill, llllll llllli: ll ll III til L H S I 0 I! Anil T 01 W H r Will fiithcy nmy see projicr, after keeping the same ojieii ami- , TO II A CC O S A I K S M A X, Fire I'rool Wnrcliou. t'LARKSVII.I-E, T EN N E SSKK, -0- iK Sale days, Tuesdays uud Tlim-silavs. Veb 1. "57-tf x ,. i n u miikuiv. T .J . r-RtTCilKTT. , HOWELL, ELACH.VIAN & CO , CIF.NKRAI. llECFtVINO, 'OIIWAIM)INO And Commission Merchants, CITY 1 IKK-l'HtiUl'- WAIti.llOlE,...

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