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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 May 1860

till (Sluouitlc. .V K. YY. TiloMAH, Jiior. J. A. GRANT, J fkther,. BSX. Anomiin!n( Vonlrtt; and Death, free; Obituaries Md Tributes of Respect, over ten Umtt, tMargru icra Mlutr advcrllen:nl. , tCf All (VimtnaoruotWi tnnct be addrented to the Editor. Ibuinre, letters to the Publisher. For President in 1S60. IION. JOHN IIELIj, 13L.EOTOHAIJ TICKET. FOR THE STATS AT LARGE, BAILEY PEYTON, of Sumnor, N. O. TAYLOR, of Carter. . J IV ii ., i O Tj A. rksvjl l e . Friday, May 11, 1860. rv ' '.hi . . The Baltimore Opposition Con vention. Tiii body met in tlio city of Baltimore on Wed Hes l.i last, and whatever may be the remit of their deliberations, whether the shall result In the nomi nation and election of some honest, conservative Union nism as President, and consequently in re torlng peno ami harmony to out distracted country; or whether they shnll fail in this effort, and the na tion be left a prey to the marl factions who are now a1out to rend it, remains, of course, yet to be seta. Wh...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 May 1860

r-i K ITU LETT k GRANT. Zorn EJUlm. vl - . . . 2? Friday, May 11, 1860. 4 Chronkls Offft over IHtkermg J ly'$ filers. ' u"tyPnbscript!ons must Invariably b paid fcr In QT Tbe Montgomery County Agricultural So viet held it netting here last Saturday, the pro ceedings of which Involve probable changes, of an important character, , It it generally known that the Society purchased, several weeks since, aomc tweaty acres of land,' near the Sulphur Spring?, for the Fair grounds. The main advantage claimed for thif location consisted in the near vicinity and abaadance of water for both visitors and stock ; there being several springs near by, and a consider able stream, that is perennial, skirting the grounds. These were claimed as the main advantages, and in -other respects we suppose, of course, this location nu deemed desirable, or it would not bare been .purchased. That there were ohjectums to these grounds, too, we need hardly state. The difficulty of access was one. The roods leading...

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 May 1860

LEONARD'S COUM,! - , REAL ESTATE AGENT . ' l .And ' AUCSIOHEEH! Thankful (tt the generous pntronep bestowed fcr the Wt thirteen years, 1 solicit a continuance of th snrnc, a-id shall do nil In my jiowcr a nsnnl to make It fin; iiitcitrt of the people to put their btud r,es lu riy bunds to Ho. I feel confident, from my loiijt experience, tlutt I am better prepnrcd to suit serrsyour inbrert than ever, from tlie fact Hurt 1 urn better l.nov.n, end Iw'ter peicd in regard to the wnnifof fie ...n),le. 1 will give strict attention lo the sobing; of Renl E-lalc, cillier private or pub lic, ana- shall ti-pke it my nWv to know the wants or Hi? :uron-iify; so Hint If a man has property of cii.y h?vl I-) soil, by pmtiog it in my bnnd'p, be will iinrt k bii'er, If there ) oik in the country, fi.rhis article. , I will aim give my attention to the rent. ln- of jlty property, to the seliii;r or hiring of ser vnnU, nml In furl to the selling of all kinds of in.pcr7, cither public r private. I I n' o...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 May 1860

.'77 i - A i V : k" . . i . v 22 . v VOLUME 11. CLA11KSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY, MAY 18, 18G0, NUMBER 25. . i trni mm 11 ;. (Clarforale litOBiclf . . Print, i Wsekly, oa double-medium (beat every Trliny morning, by " WEBLETT & GRANT, Fubli tr and Projritlrt. TSRMti $1 PES ANHUM JX ADVAKCE. y TBRM3 OF ADVERTISING, 0 ONI QOARS 0 tWILVS MM OR LM. -On insertion , -Two insertion Thre, insertion Oue month $1 00 10 2 00 3 BO Two months 4 50 Three monthi , 6 00 Six month! 00 Twelve month 13 00 : aUisinf-SS (Sauls'. H. H. POSTON, ' ' Agent for TUB BOUTOERN EXPRESS COM PANT. PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. , CHARTER OAK FIRB AND 1IARINI ' ' ' 1 INSURANCE CO. " " QUAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPANY. i 'charter oak lifeTnsur'ance company. Small packages or heavy freight will be lent by Express, at rsasouabbj rales. ' ? Through receipt, over Pennsylvania Railroad, '-"given lor Tobacco, Flour, aud other freighti de , destined for tbo Extern cities. Fire, Lifo and Inland Navigatiou risk taken in the above reliab...

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 May 1860

1 I. .:n t K. W. THOMAS, AVitor, J. A, G1UN7, VtfcAs-a. W. Annonnelrjf MaTTinges and Deaths, froe; 'Clntuitrice and Tritm'e of Respect, ovtr tea llrese. ir,;rd for other edvertiKineiile. ,' r-iyltl Comfotraiaitioiu must he nddreesed to III Editor. Business letter So the Publisher. - For President, JOHN BELL, : . , OF TENNESSEE. . . For Vice-President, EDWARD EVERETT OP MASSACHUSETTS. ' EI-.1-2CT011AI4 TICKET. . 7 - . FOR THE 8TATE AT LARCE. - BALIE PEYTON, of Sumner, 27. G. TAYLOR, of Carter. W'mTL. , JJ. -J- U-J?" C JL. AIIKSV.TL L.E . . Friday, May IS, 18C0. . tr W place at the head of our columns, to-day (l.o minff j of Jolin Bell, of Tennessee, nnd Edward Everett, of Massachusetts, ns the candidates of the National Union Party fur President nnd Vice Presi dent. In r.dotirvg the nomine"! of the Bitltimore Convention wo bare the proud sat IstTict ion of know ing that we picscnt to the people a ticket worthy of the earnest and enthttsfastn: support of every pood man end true patrio...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 May 1860

1 r get nl m& gJtaMa glf m$. NEBLETT ft CHANT, JLeasl iHiiscs. V Friday,' May 18,1860. VSf ChronieU Officfetr ftekering f EUi Sure, ' (f-y" Subscriptions muit invariably be paid for In i SOT After a short but very pleasnal trip to cen tral Kentucky we were glad- to reach home again M we dirt a few days tgo.1 We took this trip for the benefit of member of our family, whom we left there ; aad when we speak of "our amity " we take for fronted that it will be understood which of enr local firm we are. Our associate notwith standing hit many sterling qualities, and hi laud able efforts in that direction, haa not, so far, been deemed, by the ladles, worthy of the honor and dignity of During a family. We hope, however, that success will yet crown bis ambitious design), before another cold term sots In I But as to oar little.trip. Saturday, April 18. -Left on the morning train, at 45 o'clock. It was a bright, beautiful morning, though quite cool. But few passengers on the cars, battho c...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 May 1860

- Th,ouamU are daily speaking In tb prnint of ! l. it ; OR, EATON'S vi . sINrAITILE.C01lDUL, ;.J why 7 tn-mm It never failt io afford inttanUme-r-m rr'utf when firm In time. , It act at if by . mngic, and one trial tlom will convinct youMhat what we eny Is (rue. It contain . NO P A It CCO 2 !C OR OPMTE of (in kind, and therefore relievos by removing the inj'.rmit of your child, instead of by deadening itt . BcHtihiUiie. 1'or this reason, it commends itaelf m , tin on Itf riiutbU preparation now known far , CHILDREN- TEETHING, DIARRHtEA, DYSEN , TERY, GRIPING IN TUB BOWELS, ACIDITY : OF THE STOMACH, COLD IN THE I! HAD, and CROUP; lUeo, for tofteniruf (he gnmt, reducing m . fiummal.un, ngulating the livtteU, and relieving pain, ; il has no -ftf being an antutpatmodit it is used with vi'iiUno iu all cases of CONVULSION OR OTHER FITS. Aivou xalue the life ami health . of yimr thiUirtn, and Kith to tare then from thote tad end llujMmg toiuequencei winch are certain to rtiull from Hit tut...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 May 1860

13 ' H 11 I 5 T II II SI I 1 v 1 i XJ. JL Jl, JL VH JL jL ... . . , , i. ..... , N LH'i'UlJllUjf CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY. 1TAT 25,1800. DUMBER 20 : VOLUME 11. f! - Printed Weekly, on ft double-medium (heat vry Iriday morning, by , . KEBLETT & GRANT, rhliT and Proprittirt. .: - - . " TSMMI : $1 FSB. A XX VM IX ADVA XCS. '.4, . THRM3 OF ADVERTISING, . - ton mi c4ki or TWLV1 una 01 H Oh Insertion Two insertion Thro Insertion Oat moath $1. 1 2 3 Two tnonthf Thre months $4 10 ft 00 Six months 00 Twelve months 15 00 SSusiitt ssi (Saute. j . H H. POSTON, Agent for . Till (SOUTHERN EXPRESS OOMPAlfT. . PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. CHARTER OAS FIRE AND M ARIN1 ' INSURANCE CO. QUA ITU CITV INSURANCE COMPART. CHARTER OAK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. ' 8mt.ll p&ck-grea or heavy freight will bt scat by Kxpres, at reasonable rate. . Tbroagh receipt, ovr Pennsylvania Railroad, given for Tobacco, Flour, and other freight dct destined for tha Eastern citiea. Fire, Life and Inland Navigation risk tak...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 May 1860

(ClattovUU .(Shrcwds R. W, THOMAS, L'ditor. tf. Announcing- Man-lap and Tenths, frcf Obituaric and Tribute of Respect, over ten lines, rhrg"d for m ether advertisements. .. try All ConimnnirntioMi mnst be WtremtS to t h Editor. BninM letVrs to the Publishers. Tt N - a or xresiaeni, . . - . J 0 II X 15 DLL, OK TENNESSEE. For Vice-President, EDWARD EVKRETT, ; -,. OF MASSACHUSETTS. - ELEGT011AI TICKET. ' rOB THE STATE AT LARGE. 7" ' BALIE PETTO II, of Sumner, N. G. TAYLOR, of Carter. CLA RKSVILLE. Friday, May 25, 1860. Then and Now. . . Four years ago, when Buchanan was nominated for the. Presidency, the democrat! raised the cry of "no chance against Fillmore, and appealed to the Whigs and Americans to rally to the support of the democratic nominee as the only chance to defeat Fremont and tare the Union. Alarmed by this cry, or yielding to a desire to join the spoils party, many Whigs, as well as democrats who bad tem porarily abandoned their party, entered into the sup port of Buchana...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 May 1860

8f KKBLFTT GRANT, Local Edtior. - Friday, May 25,1860. - VSSf Chronicle OJJic over Pickering F.Uft Start. ' g-8ubacripUonf moat invariably be pud for 1 ADVAXCE.-H B9uWt ark particular attention to the comma tiications In to-lHy'l paper, from "Civis," and "Ob tt rvtr," In regard to the proposed Tobacco Exchange in this city. We, ourselves, da not feci competent to decide upon the merits of a question that ha di vided tht sentiment of men to much more conver sant than we with the interest involved. We are sorry that anything haa occurred to create disscn ion among our tobacco men aa this ban doue. Our columns are, ofcourtte, open to auf fair and reason able discussion of tba matters at issue. 8" About as cool a tiling as we hnre seen late .ly if the Jrffereonian complaint that we had made an unauthorised use of a private gentk-man's name in naming him as Its local editor. Under all the circumstances it is decidedly cool. We don't know that W ever had personal knowledge of anything ree...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 May 1860

!.! LL'JJ -JJJ. MEW Spring Summer ICE-MOORE'S N. 8 Franklin St., ClARKSVILLE, TE. Onr stock mbrace a is m eoioplete Jbr th season, and . ..LARGER, PRETTIER AND CHEAPER assortment of goods in tbs different departments, than it has ever been our pleasure to exhibit for Sale, and we caa only add, before giving a cata logue of some of the goods, to be sure at oar coun ter that we will faithfully endearor to make it to the interest of those who may favor our store with a visit to buy from us. In the . . . . Fancy Goods Department We have rich and elegant flounced Silk Roues; an endless variety of fancy, plain and checked Silks; plain and embroidered Bemges Anglais: ilouuced llarege; Anglais Holies; Pine Apple, Grenadines; flounced Crenndlue Robes, Challii, Ducals, Tissues, Lawn and printed Jaconets, printed linen Lawns, Organdies, and flounced Organdie Robes, Mourning Dress Good, Mack, gros DeRhims, Poplins of all descriptions, silk Scarfs; black, french and Chantilly l.nce; Shawls, Circ...

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

II . J J VOLUME 11. CLAEKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY,-JUNE 1,; I860. KUJIBER 27, t a jzht$z toils " H H. POSTON, Agtmt fox THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. PENNSYLVANIA KAIL ROAD, CHARTER OAK FIRE AND MARIN JJ INSURANCE CO. ' , . t QUAKER citv insurance company. CHARTER OAK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Small packages or heavy freight will b wot by Express, at reasonable rates. Through receipts, ovr Pennsylvania Railroad, gtvea for Tobacco, Flour, and other freight des deatined fur the Eastera cities. Fire, Life and Inland Navigation risk token in , the above reliable Companies. ftfluOflice at W.M. Pollock Co Clothing (tore Ho. 12, Franklin Street. March 16, 1860-tf. II. D. P06T0N, Agent f i Firo. 'Proof Warehouse ! r .. r - j , ' , ' -J ' -f "..vsu C. H. SMITH, TOBACCO SALESMAN,, RECEIVING & FORWARDING -. MERCHANT And Steam-boat Agent, . CLARES VILLE, TENNESSEE. &SyToloco Sale days aver Thursday. -J All tobacco d rayed from the Roilroad Deaot to my warehouse free of charge. Empty hogsheads...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 June 1860

tftotto-rilto "(Chronicle. K. W. THOMAS, Miur. .1. A. GBANT, ' , '" For Prosideht, JOHX Ii ELL. OF TENS ESS EK. For' Vice-President, EDWARD EVERETT, . F MAi-'SXCilCSIiTT.S. EIECTOllAL, TICKET. FOB THE STATE AT LABGE: BALIE PEYTON, of Sumnfer, ft. G. TAYLOR, of Carter, . C T, AI KBV1L Ju ti Friday, June 1, 1860. 3f The j'ffertonian replies, nt some length, lo our article of lust week, of "No Chance'' for the deinocr :iry. The character of his defense is novel hoin ba--ed upon two mere assumptions tlie one being the possibility Hint tlic democrats may har-luonlz-e at Baltimore, and the other, that if they do not, the candidate of the Northern Wing will enfry many. of the Northern Sfntes, and he, of the South-' crn wing will curry the whole South thus leaving not a vote for the Union ticket. We undertook to how that If there was a restoration of democratic hurmony at Baltimore, it must be effected bf SorrCi ern sutitiiiwion nnd with Doughts ns the candidate. Should this be the case wha...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 June 1860

e I KEBLETT Jc GRANT, local kior: Friday, Juno 1, 18C0. &" Chronicle OJlct ovr Pickering Jt Ely Stmrt. Bfti-Subscriptions must invariably be paid for la County Meeting. We' wish every OpKisition voter in Montgomery torcmemljp that a County Cob reu lion will be held c ' at the Court House, In this city, mexT MonT, to appoint delegates to adistrict convention, to be held on the 28th of June, to nominntc an elector for thli Congressional district, on the Hell and Everett 1 ticket. Monday will be County Court dny,and we ' - hope that there will be a full meeting. The cull for the District Convention will !e found in an editorial on tho second pnge. Opposition papers in thd district will plcnse notice till day. Skt? The patronage we receive, in the way of subscribers, from our sister-town, New Providence, U very gratifying to us, yet we should like to in crease our subscription list there to nn exftnt that will jnMify us In eerding or employing a enrrier there, nnd having tho mpcr de...

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

J"jJ ,J.' ' . ! jMII IJH1ITIIII I II I M. C. & L. RAILROAD. m r- " j r r i t.... fai.- 'UT'U :Lf-j TWO TRAINS TO NASHVILLE. On nd after Saturday, April 7, 1800, train will Am us follow Leave CT.crksvillc. daily, Sundays exce pted, 0 ft. m. Arrive nt Nnehrillent., .......10 a, m. Leave CKiavi1h dnlly, t ....2:45 p. m. Arrfv t Nasvilleat..... ,..., 7 p. m. jtliTI-RXIN'U ! i leave: KasliviTle rtiilyr......w,...,.;,iO n. m. Arrive nt Clnrkville.,. 10:30 a. m. Leave Nn'tvilo, Sundays excepted, 2:45 p.m. Arrive nt Clnrkeville. ... .7:20 p.m. Pwvrnpcr tnking the morning train frot flnrks ville rim reach Louisville the mime Hny At ft p, m. On Sunday the tmin will h nve C'arksville nt 8 a. in, for the State line returning at 4 p. m.t arri ving nt Clarksville at 5 p. m. ; JOHN P. ILSLEY, Superintendent. April!?, 18C0 DRY GOODS . J. FISHER & CO., 13IPOI1TCRS A.D JOIII1CRS, ' NO. 27 BALTIXOUB STREET , 42 OEUMAN STREET BALTIMORE, MP. Having added to ur former complete stock f Piece Dry G...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 June 1860

VOLUME 11: CLAMSYILliE, TEKN.; FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 18C0. NUMBER 28. h. H. poston, ' Agent for ' THE SOUTHERN EXPKE33 COMPANY. PENNSYLVANIA RAIL, IIOAD. CHARTER OAK FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. QUAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPA5Y. CHARTER OAK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. ftmall packages or heavy freight will b scut by Express, at rensonablo rates, s , Through roceipU, over Pennsylvania Railroad, given for Tobacco, Flir, and other freights des destincd for the Eastern cities. . . . - Fire, Life and Inland Navigation risks taken in the above reliable Companies. B?5uOnice nt W.M. Pollock k Cof Clothing store No. 12, Franklin Street. March JO, 1860-tf. II. II. POSTON, Agent. : Fire Proof Warehouse ! O. H. SMITH, TOBACCO SALES11 AN, RECEIVING & FORWARDING JS1ERCH A.1STT And Steam-boat Agent, CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. gGfTobacco Bala days every Thursday. TBS All tobacco drayed from tba Railroad Depot to my warehouse free of charge. Empty hogsheads always ou hand. Oct 1, '50-tf A. IIOWKLL, O. U. DLACKM...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 June 1860

tfliutavilte (Chronicle. R. W. THOMAS, Editor, J. S. NKBVJCTT, I. A. (ill A NT, '5 Ptllieheri, For President, JOHN BK.LL, Or TENNESSEE. Tor Vice-President, EDWARD EVERETT, OF MASSACHfflfcliX TXECTOIl A T i TICKET. " " ' kofi tfie statu at large. ' PEYTON, of Sumner, N.-Q. TAYLOR, of Carter. C I. Alt KBVJL lK Friday, June 8, 18G0. t$ The tfw stlon U being moo'ed whether, nodcr fb Dred &rtt decision, HanihRl Hamlin, on account of the negro blood in hi vein, Is citizen of the United States, and can bowl office. Tbo Knoxville Whig urn! Memphis Emjuirer tiie totter well ac quainted with Hamlin ar of opinion that he is not whiU imn, and on seeing him, A sliort time since, w Were struck with the Indirofiotrs of mixed liloud l presented r-y hi color and half. , lViit as t Black Republican, this, if true, can 1 no olrjeetioft with bis party, for if they are resolved to refer the 1'nion by a sectional rule, and oa the 'slavery qucs tion, n - nigger' is no unfit instrument fur the diabolic...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 June 1860

NEB LETT GRANT, J-veal Rktort. Friday, Jnne 8, 1860. tisj Chronicle Office mr Pie kering f Ely' I Start. . lfc3";SuWn)itliru tpuit invariably be paid lor in AQrAycerna '-",' '..-J ' JL . .. !.- . JQS We received (bia week from our esteemed friend Mr. Jacob Rudolph a club of iix new subscri bers at "Adams's Stutlbn," and he says he Intend to (end us a good many more. We feci grcstly obliged by the kind interest our friend thul mani fest for us and hope others will do like him In our behalf. We are striving to innku the Chronicle good paper, and hope our friends will encourage us la this endeavor by aeading us new subscribers. A little exertion for us In thnt way will effect a great deal. ? tf9a. An unfortunate accident occurred a few days ago by which the locomotive "Clarksville," belonging to the M. C. k L. It, R. Co. was sunk in Cumberland river. ' The Company desired to send the locomotive to Palmyra to aid in the work there, and put it on a flat bout to carry It down, but the wei...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 June 1860

r' MM M. C. & L. RAILROAD. I ff-i"', '' n ? I'ti?, .;"-i',:v X"ti ."Aj -it , "TWO TRAINS TO NASHVILLE. On and after Saturday, April 7, 1800, trains will fun ns follows: Leave Clarksville, daily, Sundays excepted, fi a. m. Arrive at Nashville at. ........... .-..., , 10 a.m. L?ve ClHrRjville dally, at. ' 2:45 p. m. Art Ira lit Nasville at,.-,....... 7 p. In. - .tBTunxixo :. ' ; r Leave Nashville daily,,,,. ..,,,..,' r.irio a. m. Arrirc at Clarksville,.......,,,..., , 1 0:.i) a, ni. Leave Nn.-hvillc, fuuihiys excepted,,..,.. ..2:45 p.m. Arrirc fit ksvillc 7:2f p.m. Paciigcrs Inking the morning-train from Clinks till c.'in reach Louisville tlio mine liny at H p. in. On i-'mehiys the train will leave Clniksvillc nt H a. In., Ir-i Die State line returning nt 4 p. m.t -ri-irj;l Ci.ukt -villi; ivt 5 p. m. -." M,n.V P. JLSLEY, Superintendent. -.. April IS, 1800 . ! GOODS J. FISHER & CO., mi'mii:n4 asm jomtoes, NO. 827 BALTIMORE STREET AKD .. .. .?, ..-., , 43 CKUMAV'STREET BALTIMORE...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 June 1860

ARE VOLUME 11. CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY, JUNE 15, I860, NUJlBElt 20, TIT SVILLE V -XA , J J A J . xfi If i CHRONICLE. 0sinwjs (Kuril H. H. POSTON, Agent for THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. CHARTER OAK FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE 00. iCAKEIl CITY INSURANCE COMPANY. CHARTER OAK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Small package or heavy freight will be teut by Express, at reasonable rates. Through receipts, over Pennsylvania Railroad, given fur Tobacco, Fluiir, and other freights des Uestincd fur ttio Eastern cities. Fire, Life and Inland Navigation risks taken in the above reliable Companies. Sm.Uffice at W.M. Pollock k Co Clothing store No. 1 2, Franklin Street. March 1C, 18U0-tf. II. II. POSTON, Agent. Fire Proof Warehouse ! ri. C. H. SMITH, 1 OlSACCO SAL KSIfAX, KtCtlVING & FORWARDING MERCHANT a And Steam-bout Agent, CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. ffSSTTobacco Sale days every Thursday. "Tfig All tobacco drayed from the Railroad !ent to my warehouse free of thurgc. Empty hogsh...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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