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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 April 1860

C-larlttviUt (ttiuoiwlc. 1 '- ' - ; t -r It. W. THOMAS,' EiHtnt. J. 8. NRBLF.TT, J. A. GRANT, Eft).,, Announcing Marriages and Deaths, fre: Obituaries nil Tributes of Respect, over ten linen, "harc 1 fur as other advcrtUttiicnU. K4p"Xl! Crmmnnioitioni imirt he nddrvs'ed to the Editor. P.u-lne? letters to the Publisher. C L A K B T I IIS . Friday, Ajprll G, I860. 0 TWi'WWHK For President in 1860. ITO. JOIIsT BELL, OF TENNESSEE. ' Pg"tM Jfliontd Era, abolition, ssys Andy Johnson to th only honest friend of fh llommtad, hi tha Senate, and would aot be errrprUed if thi fact secured him th Charleston nomination.'. Tb rea son fbrfhis ciplniorr we give Id the language of the Era, and If Ave It to southern democrat to say how Par they will endorse a man whose favorite measure ill thris interpreted b an abolition organ. Here Is what the Era says' i 1 '"We regard the Homestead as "a measure of democracy and Republicanism. . Lant week, wcimiredlhedoctrinenfCongres- iou..l Intervention gninst s...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 April 1860

KEBLETT GRANT, Ltod Editor. Friday, April Gth, 1860. t3 Chronicle Office oier rickermf f Eltft Start. Subscriptions miut invariably b paid for la SnrMJtMMT. The press of advertising, added to other matter, this weik, -compels ui lo Issue, with our regular sheet, a tuppUment, to which we ak the attention of every render. It is mainly devo ted to advertisements, with which every one onght to make himself familiar, but contain), besides, ionic Interesting reading mnttei Destructive Firo. On Tuerdny night last, between eleven and twelve O'clock, our citizens Were startled by that ever ter rible cry of lire, and it was soon ascertained that tlia large new tohacco-stemery, belonging to our townsman, E. R. W. Thomas, was burning. The flight was dark, and a pretty high v.iud prevailed, and these circumstances, together with those of the building being a framed one, and tilled with dry to bacco, and being so distant from the thickly set tled part of the town, gave the fire such immense headw...

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 April 1860

.fS, Clarksvillc-r I V . . SAltuch. A Jul. J. n. Liuic. i nit. J It iKni-ii)v ?o the ai.-!jnh of the Clerk an J Mawt lrt.-4 fill ill'pii.m in' t he 1iH mm! Ptn lav it j lin n-."; nun .I.;-.. I,:tl,c I n t'on-re-Silent Z the . Ktatc if Tennessee, . Hut the ordinary proec- nf I b-.w cannot I c served i, .,u liii.i. it is, therefore, ; oe.'.cri.'. th.it publication he male for four weeks in ' tho C-rkw;!fi. inin..i.-r .!...:...-. ....l.il h. in I tle low I. i.f ( 'Lit k.-viili- reou'irni: sfril non-iueiiWlit ' f"r Cicfcild.tlli In 1.1. 1. 1 ;ir ill il.i m.vt fnr.i. i.C lln. I !,, " ' M. ury Curt. o bo ,-ld is tin-. 1 i H of 'larksville, on m"K1 11 ''.? "'icrest M me pcojiie to put tli. ir Ou.n 'lio thiil .1, in .Wil ,.xt, 1UI, plead, nnsBer 1,1 hH"', u ,n- 1 lf, d '""l,n. 'r,l,n "'' or U'i...ii- 4.. i n,.,,,i,1:llll., ji, ,,r Hie- wiine will l,c l"nK 'It'ri'nw, tlmt 1 nm K'tter prcpiired to tnU. Kkan for roi.f.-.,-J us to i.iui and fdiwn for, .v""' ""'" ,,'"n fm (lie ftiet tliat I lu. ...

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 April 1860

1 VI U - "4 I' ' A 5te mpn Hon-- - - -,v.,f -i UU J 4' VOLUME 11.': J- .' : Printed Weekly, on a double-medium ebeet every Friday morning, by - NEBLETT & GRANT, Puhli tri and Proprietor. TERMS i $2 PER AN SUM IN ADVANCE. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, ros of tquAM or twelvs mum ob lrm. t On Insertion Two Insertion , Three Insertions Ou month $1. 1 2 2 Two month Three months Sn months Twelve months $4 CO 5 00 9 00 IS 00 O. H. SMITH, Commission And Foiv ar ding r o s i4 r c y 5 a l e h m a n, Fire Proof Warehentc, CftARKSVILLE, TEXNIS8KI. ' Ika?" Sale days, Tuesdays and Thursdays. $ Feb I,"57-tf ,1. IOWKLL, O. U, RLAC'KMAN, T. J. mlTCHKTT. HOWELL, BLACKMAN & CO, ' OKNIlHAt. KXCKIVINO, roKWARIltNQ And Commission Merchants, CITY FIRE-PROOF WAREHOUSE, Corner Commerce and Front Streets, C'larkHTlllc, Trnn. ' Special attention given to the Inspection and Pale of ToWco. I.ilienil advances' made on Produce, either fur Hale or Shipment. i N. II. Good supply of Tobacco Ilhdi. contduntly on band...

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 April 1860

CtarhiviU (ShvouicU. ' R. W; THOMAS, Jintor, j J. A", GRANT, j V TMd, Announcing Marringrt and" Deaths, free; Obituaries and Tributes of Respect, over ten lino, ' charged for a other advcrtf incuts. J- fyj" All Covnmwnirotiona mnst ba -addressed to the Editor. Business letters to tlie Publisher. , For President in I860. 1IOX. .lOHX BELT., , " .. OP TENNESSEE. y' : ' ELECTORAL TICKET. FOR TIIE STATE AT LARGE. BAILEY TEYTON, of Sumner, N. 0. TAYLOR, of Carter. OL A II KBYILL E . Friday, April 13, 1860. - . a Tl Baltimore Ci-pper speaks encouraging ly of the great improvement iu the administration of Justice since the removal of Judge Stump unci the appoiutme nt of an energetic and upright officer In hit stead.' Experience demonstrates that ft luco- . fovo Judge, In a large city, is a very great curie, n ' general rule, because nine-tenths of the offender against the lawg re loroforos, and however worth lew they are, soclaly and morally, their votes are worth m much as tho.e of the ver...

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 April 1860

KKBLETT GRANT, Local tdtiort. .': Friday, April 13,1860. T CkranicU Offle mf fkerwtg 7, Stera, ' aTtnWrlptSoM muil invariably b paid tor is .aU'KifA'Cl.-fea , - SSJ" Quite an excitement wt created, a few days ernce, among some of the lovers of art, in our good 1 little city. An enterprising young gentleman, bailing from "North of Mason and Diion,"' arrived at the XatlonHl Hotel, and soon after eihlblted a mot elegant collection of was Imitation of differ ent kinds of fruit, enclosed ia a handsome gilt cane, corored with glass. It was the most elegant speci men of this kind of work" we ever saw, and excited the I'd in I ration of every one. The young man, who had it In charge, raid It was executed by a Miss Younge, of Robertson County, In this Stnlc, and so said a neat card, attached to it. The young man eh!, moreover, that Mis Young was a lady, deeply nfllictrd with .lairalysis, and' that she had spent aoveral months of close lulxir upon the beautiful Work, which she had designed to...

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 April 1860

spring ' I ; ' IT. 8 Franklin St., CLARKSVILLE, TE. O'ilf Stock' embraces a is now complete fof the season, and ' '..-LARGER, PRETTIER AND CHEAPER I : ' - ' n.ortmcnt of goods in- the different departments, than it has ec hrcir our pleasure to exhibit for dale. md we can only add, hefore giving a cuta Irjrle of some of the gnon,.fo be sure at oar conn tcr I hut we will faithfully endeavor to make' it to the Interest of (how; who may favor our store, with a vifit to buy from us. ' Iu the Fane j Cfft)js'0cparlmcnt .We bare rich and elegant flounced Bills Robes; an endless variety of faucy, plain and checked Silks; iila in and embroidered Bcrngc Anglais: Houaced Mnrego; Anglais Holies; Pine Apple, Grenadines; flounced Grenadine Robes, Challis, Docals, Tissues, Lawns and printed Jaconet, printed linen Lawns, Orgaadics, and flounced Organdie Robes, Monrnihg Dras Oeodst black gros DeRhims. Poplins of all descriptions, silk Heart's; black, tenet and Chnutilly Lace; Shawls, Circular, Mantil...

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 April 1860

: OJ If A - ITi)- XT: TT:":T""TI CLAIIKSVILLE, .TENN., FRIDAY. APRIL 20, 18C0. VOLUME 11: NUMBER 2L Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheet everjr frlday tornlnp, by NEBLETT & GRANT, " PnHi iktrt and Proprietor! . TERMS: 1 PER ASK I'M IN ADVANCE. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Vol O.N RUVARi or TWHLVS LINKS OR IRS. On insertion (1.00 Two Insertions 1 f0 Throe insertions 2 Ona month - 2 f0 ! 1 . . J... Two months Three months fix months Twelve month $4 80 6 00 0 no 15 0u C. SMITH, Commission And Fcnvarding AND TO DA CCO SAL Eft MAX, Fire Prool Wnreliwiwe, CLARKSVILLK, T EN N K S S K K . gig- Bale days, Tuesdays and Thundays. -a Febl,'5Ttf ; A. nOWKLL, O. M. BLACK MAR, T. J. PniTCIirTT. HOWELL, BLACKMAN & CO , OKSERAL HECKIVISO, roBWAHDINO . And Commission Merchants, CITY KIKB-1'KIHIK WAUrdlOlSK, Center Commerce and Front Streets, C'lnikKVlIle, Tcnn. Special attention given to the Inaction and Kale of Tobacco.- Lilarnl advances made on Produce, either fur Knleor Shipment. ,j N. H. Uoo...

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 April 1860

IT i W. THOMAS, htor. , A. GB A XT, 'j.'""'- Tt, Announcing M-rrisjrcs nnd Deaths, free; Obituaries and Tributes of .Respect, over ten line, charged form other advertisements. ??" All Conimnnicntions. must lie addressed to (lie Kdl'or. ltii-lmH li'ttirn to Ih Publisher. " 'For rrcBrdcntin 1E60. I-IOIST. JOT-TIN" ItfCLT, .... .. UP TK.NNK.SSKE. iiJKGTOllAL, TICKET. FOft THE STATE AT LARCH. ' BAILEY PEYTON, of Sumnor,. N. G. TAYLOR, cf Carter. C Tj Aj' ujcsv T T, 35 . , Friday, April 20, 13G0.V Power of Congress to Legislate for the Territories. If we rinderstnnd tlie position of the JufliTSoninn Oil tp. subject .of (lie power of Congress to legislate fir tlie Territories, lie assumes that in the event of a failure on the part of the territorial Legislature and of the Enprofne Court to protect slavery then it is the duty of Congress to afford that protection. The Constitution prescribes no limit to the power, neither ' rfcics it annex a condition; and w are t a loss to ' know ly whnt ...

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 April 1860

NEPLETT k GRANT, Lor.il Effort. . Friday, April 20, 18C0. 8aT ChronicU Office over Pickering & Ely'i Store. , - - f7rSnWrlptionj must Invariably be paid for In ADVANCE." ,'.' ajT- Morkewng of every- description haa become very scan licrc, and people, in the couulry, who have anything to ecll.'in that line, run now gel a fin price for It. One morning, this week, there was but one wagon In with marketing, end that hud hod only few bushel of potatoes, and a few dozen egi'fl. This wagon wo literally besieged, and, they Mr, the man owning it, licc-ame alarmed, nd start. cd home, followed tip the street by a long line of customers, headed hy a distinguished municipal officer. They finally got whaHittle truck the wag on" contained, and, now, when we go to press, the Community is on the qui rive for another arrival. BL, Now would lie a first-rate time to clean the rubbish and briar out of Trinity Cemetery, and lay oft" aorne walks, put up a fence, and erect a couple of gate. There aro 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. — 20 April 1860

I '" l! J J - ....... ting Summer AT mm IT. 8 Franklin St., CLARKSVILLE, TE. Our flock embraces a ia now complete for the season, and LARGER, PRETTIER AND CHEAPER ! assortment of good In the different department!), than it has ever been our pleasure to exhibit for sale, and we can only add, before giving a cata logue of aorue of the (foods, to be sure at our conn ter that we will faithfully endeavor to ninke it to the interest of those who may faror our store with a vuhI to buy from us. In the Fancy Goods Department We have rich nnd elegant flounced Silk Robe an endless variety of fancy, plain and checked Silks; plain and embroidered . Beragc Anglais flounced Barege; Anglais Robes; Fine Apple, Grenadines; flouuceil Grenadine, Robes, Challis, Ducals, Tissues, Lawns and priuted Jaconets, printed iincn Lawns, tjrgandiea, and flounced Organdie Robes, .Mourning Dress Goods, block proa DeRhims, Poplins of all descriptions, silk Scarfs; black, frenchandChnntilly Lace; Shawls, Circulars, Mn...

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 April 1860

1 1 VOLUME 11. . CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY. APRIL 27, 18C0. NUMBER 22.' Printed Weekly, on ft double-medium sheet every Friday Morning, by WEBLETT & GRANT, Publiikert and Proprietor. TERMS: tl TER ASNUM IX ADVANCE. TERMS OP ADVERTISING, 90M Ml i(JUAM OF TWSLVe tMH Oft til. On Insertion Two Insertions Threw insertions On tnuoth $1.00 Two months 60 Three months 00 Six montbi t 00 Twelve month 15 00 1 60 1 00 1 BO O. H. SMITH, Com mission And Forwarding 1 ASD TOBACCO SALES MA If, Fire Prool warehewae, CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. ISP Sale days, Tuesdays and Thursdays. J Feb 1,'87-tf ; A. MOWILt, O. M. BI.ACXIIA, T. J. MITCHITT. HOWELL, BLACK MAN & C0-, DISMAL RtrElYlKO, roRWASDIXO And Commission Merchants, CITY HKE-PROOF WARfcllULSIS, Corner Commerce nd Front Streets, -. . C'larksvllle, Tenn. Sfeclal attention given to the Inspection nd Sftle of Tobacco. Liberal advances made ou Produce, lther for Kale or Shipment. N. R Good supply of Tobacco Hbds. constantly a hand. ; Nov 18, '69-...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 April 1860

V , JO The Rk'Tiinonil TT, of tlif !7tli, Is nearly K. filled With account of tlM IniumutlOB of the ("lay statue, In t'nut city, Tt will be 'protifving to every patriot to learn that tbe demonstration, on llint oc casion, was worthy of the immortal statesman 'whose transcendent greatness inspired theladtwi of Vlrgiu- .... " " ! la with tho noblo ambition to erot a monument to Annonnnne Mamwi and Death, fro;. - ... , ,. , -., i and Tri,te of Respect, over uii lln i hU mrmor-T- w!1' 1,T U"B "w nw,',t nan naTecnimn.cn. R. W. THOMAS, Ai&twr. I It t Vfbr J ,4 ' a it i i-r 1 JVMwW.;- imtunri c.liH.rgc.d for n oilier aaVertitcmviit, trr All CoTrniniiicflliciii mutt be nihjrwised to the Kditinv"- Hnti neat letter to the Publisher- For Prosident in 1860. HON. JOIIX BELL. , . - (IF TKXX KSSKK. ; liljTSGTOllATj TICKET. 1 FOR TIt6 STATE' AT LAnfiE.- ' ' BAILEY PEYTON, of Sumner, N. O." TAYLOR, of Carter. 1 V II Hill. MMMHMMB II II IIIIBII . JSJThe Kb Louis Air makes an eln.liorate ar gument...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 April 1860

I- 4 NKBLKTT li GRANT, Lorat Editor. -Friday, April 27, 1860. - e- I , - . . - j t9" Chronic' Office otrr rickermg f Eltfl Star. ' "fcafr-piitwrrlptlons must Invarlnbly be paid lor In ADVA.yfrs.-m . , . fl' l! J!L "1 -! JJL-.. J il J sTTU. We wish to jnake i tarnett appeal tiur . friends, who are Indebted to this office, for etibseTip tion, advertising, or job work, to mil on us and pay tlicir bills. We are dependent upon the receipt of the office to cany it on, and, if they full ns, we have but littleother resource. Then too tlie amount due to US, although considerable In the aggregate, in made up of small rami, and its payment would scarcely e felt, at all, by our friends. Money is scaree, now, and all the material used by us has to be paid for at the time of purchase', to we are oblig ed, now,; to call upon those owing ns. We hare lieen very Indulgent, so far, nnd do hope that the appeal we now make will be responded to by a pay ment by every one wbo is indebted to us. .Madison s...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 April 1860

Spring Summer liilS AT N. 8 Franklin St., CLARKSVILLE, T. far ttuck ii unbrace a now complete for th watoa, and LARGER, PRETTIER AND CHEAPER assortment of goods in tbe different departments, than it boa ever been our plenture to exhibit for side, and w ens only add. before eiviiie a cata logue of soot of tbe goods, to be lure at our coun ter tbat we will faithfully endeavor to make it to Ui intereet of too wbo nay favor our (tore witb ritit to bur from us. In tbt - Fancy. Goods Department W hare rich and elegant flounced Silk Hob; an endless variety of fancy, plain and checked Silks; plain and embroidered Bernges Anglais: flounced Barege; Anglais Robes; pine Apple, Grenadines; flounced Grenadine Robes, Challis, Ducals, Tisrucs, Lawn and printed Jaconets, printed iiuen Lawns. Organdies, and flounced Organdie Robes, Mounting Dress Goods, black pros DeRhims, Poplins of nil description, silk Scarf black, french and Chnntilly Laret Shawl, Circulars, Mantillas and Points, En rege, Anglais...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 May 1860

jit7 1 A VOLUME 11. :: CLARKSVILLE,'. TENN.. FEIBAY. MiY'4, ,1860. ' I NUMBER 23. 1'V Printed Weekly, on a double-medium hcet every Friday utoruing, by KEBLETT & GRANT, Pulli thtrt and Frojrittr$. TSHXS: (2 rER ANNUM IN ADVANCE. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, . ron osb igrARf or twelve line oh Lie. On insertion Two Inscilions Tim. insertion Oik nioirth $1 00 150 2 00 2 00 Two months f 4 CO Three month 6 00 Six months . 9 00 Twelve month IS 00 C. H. SMITH, Commission Ami Fctw sir ding AMI T O B 4 C C V SALESMAN, rire'Trool Wi, rehouse, CLARKSVJLLK, TEXSKS8EE. -0- - BieST Sale dnys, Tuesdays aud Thursday,. J Feb 1,'67-tf A. HOT, ELL, ' O. M. BLACKHAM, T. i. PRITCIISTT. HOWELL, BLACKMAN & CO-, (iK.vEHAL nr.ciivisn, ronwtuuiKn ..And Commission Merchants, CITY Fllili-PROOF WAUUJOISK, Corner Commerce and Front Street, ClarkSTille, Tenn. 8prcial attention given to the Juspoclion nnd Sale of Tobncco. Liberal advance made on Produce, either for Sale Or Sbipmcut. . N. B. Good supply of Tobacco...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 May 1860

R. W. THOMAS, J. ft. NE"iiU:rr, ...... A. GRANT, ) ' T$t'n Announcing Murruigoi and Irnth, free; Obituaries an. I Trihntw of Respect, pveY ten lino, charged, Tor ns other advertisements. ' All Cu.nniunltions ir.niJt 1 addressed to the Lslitor. Bn.iiiw letUm to the Publishers. For President in 1860. HON". JOITjNT XJKI,!.,, Or TENNI-SSEE. LLECTOUAL TICKET. FOn TfIE STATE AT LARGE. BAILEY PEYTON, cf Sumner, M. Q. TAYLOR, of Carter. CLA 11 3C H y I 1 -j 1 H 'Friday, May 4, 1860. The ' Charleston Convention. r3U h eanuol tat be a soarct of deep wariifir tloa lo tvery nun of honorable sensibilities to see tbs President of tbs Cnlt4 States, the Incumbent of tht bigbttt onVt of the first fret government la rthe woiH convicted of oontf licit iu (itch corruption ullii outrage npo the Natioual Treasury, Jnst brought to light, abowt Mr. Buchanan to he guilty of. - Wt do not contemplate bil connexion with the dishonorable transaction, Intel exposed, with feel ings of tttrtimn gladness, but with ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 May 1860

mr sm&'iQffl perns ' NEBLRTT A GRANT, Loral Editor. Friday, May 4, 186d. . tOT Chronwl Ope our Pickering J- Ely" Start. i JgjJf nVrrlptloiM most invariably be paid for In B3u Our Senior editor Mr. Thomas, ltd home on Wcdaesday morning, lout, to Join Uie editorial. ex cursion over the Baltimore k Ohio Railroad, to Baltimore and Washington City. He will attend the National Opposition Convention in the former city, and then, lifter a few day in the Federal Capi tal, and a day at Mount Vernon, he will return home. During his absence, hii department of the paper will bo in the hand of a friend who will do hit best to fill the place acceptably to our readers. Mr. Grant, also, left home last Saturday, on a trip to Northern Kentucky, whither he goes with a member of. his family, who is in bad health. He will be at Lis post, again, in a week, or ten days. tSy In our notice of the difficulty between Pry orand Totter, we gave the farts of the tjase, as they Lad then transpired, nnd our com...

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

Hcalthj laman Blood npen fee!;' ANALYZED I Iwuys presents u with the tame es-cntial elements, nd givts of course the TRUE STANDARD. Ana lyze i Mo blood of a person suffering from Consump tion, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Scrofhht, Ac, and wo find in tern intianet certain drtirieiu-iei in the rod globules of Blood. Supply these aVficienrks, n:sd . von ore made well. The BLOOD rOIID ii founded upon this Theory lieneo its astoniiliing rucceai. There nre FIVE PREMIUTIONS nUap iCd to the deficiencies of tin Blood In different mimivos. Tor COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, or any aiieeuoii wnaiever or mo throat er LUNGS inducing CONSUMPTION, use No. 1, vh'h is uUo th Number for DEPRESSION OF SPIRIT, LOSS OK APPETITE, nn-1 for nil CHRONIO COMPLAINTS arising from OVER LSiC, GENERAL DEBILITY, and NERVOUS BF.OriTKATlON. f.'o. 2, for LIVE II CUM PLAINTS, u. 8, for DYSPK1"S1A. Uting alre&hj prepartd for ubiorpticn it la TAKEN BY PROPS and curried immediately into the circulation, so that v,lmt yon...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 May 1860

4 VOLUME 11. PrlnUd Weekly, on a double-medium heet svery Friday nornlng, by KEELETT & GRANT, Pulli $htn and Propricfrt. a-- terms t $1 tve ANXVM IN AD rises. .TERMS OF ADVERTISING, MS OKI SQCABB Of TWBLY1 LIBTM OB IW. One Insertion Two Insertions Three Insertions One month $1 00 1 BO 3 00 a oo Two months Thwe months Six mouth Twelve months $4 60 6 00 9 00 15 0C EL II. POSTON, Aarcnt for sir. THE SOUTHERN KXPRE153 COMPANY. PENNSYLVANIA KAfL ROAD. CHARTER OAK FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. QUAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPANY. CHARTER OAK UFeTnSCRANCK COMPANY. Smnll packages or heavy freight will be sent by Cxpress, at rearouublo rates. . Thrnnoh roccint. over Pennsylvania Railroad, given lor Tobnt.ro, Flour, and other freigbu des- destlncd for Ilia fcoitcrn cities. Fire, Life nnd Inland Navigation risk taken in ah almre reliable Companies. W.OtBee at W.M. I'ollock k Co'i Clothing itore Mo. 12, Franklin Street. March 10, lBCO-tfc H. H. TOSTON, Agent. "' O. H. SMITH, Camnii s s i on And F...

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