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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 June 1860

(SlartovUU (Chronicle. R. W. THOMAS, Editor, J. 8. NEBUCTT, J. A. GRANT, FuMikm. For President, JOHN BELL, OF TENNESSEE. For Vice-President, EDWARD EVERETT, OF MASSACHUSETTS. ELECTORAI, TICKET. FOR THE STATIC AT LARGE. BALIE PEYTON, of Sumner, N. O. TAYLOR, of Carter. C X. KKSV IL IjIZ . Friday, June 15, 1860. 'Doiiglrs, in his late speech in the Senate, denounced the Tennessee platform ns s cheat, and Ynncey and others, North and South, hnve done the same thing. Still there ore southern democrat ic editors and speakers who insist upon its adoption as amply protective of Fouthcrn rights. That plat firra asserts that it Is the duty of Congress to pro tect the citizen and his property In tiie States and Territories and, to a green-born, this seems all fair enongh ; but to expose the cheat, let the word, "slaves," bo substituted for "property" in connec tion with Territories, and then see how many northern democrat would vote for It. Adopt it, however, as it stands, and how will it be ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 June 1860

NEBLETT CRANT, Local Editort. Friday, Jung 15, 1860. t&" Chronicle OJIce ooer Pickering $ Ety't Star. tfcJPSttUu'.plion mult invariably be paid fur In FEMALE ACAUIMV COMMENCEMENT We k OUr citizen) generally to bear ia mind that the annual examination of the pupils of the Clarksville Female Academy will be commsnccd on next Wednesday morning, and be continued until Thursday of the next week. On that day the annual sermon will be preached, and at night the graduate twelve in numberwill read their essays, and receive their diplomas. During the week there will be three musical exhibition, by the pupils on the piano, guitar, etc. These exercise will all take place in the lare new Hull of the Academy, which is now about completed. This ball is 110 by 48 feet, and is finely ventilated, and will be lighted with gas, at night. It is capable of seating comfortably about twelve hundred person. Chops. Accounts from all sections of the country concur as to the excellent prospect now before u...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 June 1860

C. & L. RAILROAD. TWO TRAINS TO N ASHVILLE. .(In and nfier .Saturday, April 7, I860, trains Will UU M follows; ' .''.. i Leave Clnrksville, dully, ftinduys excepted, 0 n. iu Arrive t .ushrilleut.i....n Leave Clurksvillc iliiily, at.,'. Arrive ul Mu8villc at,... rIKTURNINO : 'CUV Nuliville daily, i i Arrive at liuksi illc,..,., , leave NHltvillc, Simduys excepted,.. A rrive at Clnrksville ..io Bi in. T 7 p. in. ....:(',: :to n. In. ...IO;:io a. III. 2:4 j p. in. ..7:20 i. m. Passeiigei taking the niorninir train fWitn Clark fill run rencb Louisville llie mine day nt 8 p. m. On Sundays the train will leave Clarksville nt 8 . in, fur tli State lint' returning at 4 p. in., Bni vinj nt Clnrksville at ft p. m. JOHN 1 1I.SLEY, Superintendent. April fl, 18H0 DRY GpODST J. FISHER & CO., 1MTORTKIIS 41 JOIIItl'ItS, NO, 827 BALTIMORE STREET 41 6BRMAN STREET BALTIMORE, MD. Having added to our former complete stock of Piece Dry Goods Foreign and Domestic, a HOSIERY, CLOVE, GENERAL VARIETY...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 June 1860

.-.naSt !. OJOlJAwil lU II A IFx VOLUME 11. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY. JUNE 22, 18C0. NUMBER. 30. G gttisiaws (Sards. H. H. POSTON Agent for THE 80CTIIERN EXPRESS COMPANY. PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. CHARTER OAK FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE 00. QUAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPART. CHARTER OaFlIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Small package or heavy freight will be feat by Express, it reasonable rate. Through receipt, ovr Pennsylvania Railroad, give for Tobacco, Floor, and other freight! des deatiaed lor the Eajtera cltie. Fire, Life and Inland Navigation risk taken In the above reliable Companies. oBjtmic at W.M. Pollock Co'l Gotblag store No. 12, Franklin Street. March IS, 1800-tf. H. II. P08T0N, Agent. Fire Proof Warehouse! I-J . 4t J" . .A -. ... O. H. SMITH. TOBA CCO SA I ESMA X, RECEIVING & FORWARDING MERCHANT And Sttam-boat Agent, CLARKSYILLE, TENNESSEE. fgTobacco Sale day every Thursday. "St All tobacco drayed from the Railroad Depot to fay warehoiue free of charge, fcjnpty hogsheads always ou ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 June 1860

filiutavilic (Sluoniclc. K.,W.SftH.MAS, JU. J. fc NELI.ETT, 1 '. .... . T For President, JOHN BELL, . . OF TKNNKS8HK. For Vice-President, KDW'AUD EVERETT, OF M ASS ACH US El TS. . -EIECTOllAT TICKKT. TOR'TIlE STATE AT LARGE. BACIE PEYTON, of Sumner, N..G. TAYLOR, of Carter. C.LARKSV I Jj J. JTj J Friday, June 22, 1860. 5P!t The iAuf nal tf Commerce, Democratic, sug - pe-.ts that the Bdliir.ore Convention nominate Bell and Everett, and thus insure the defeat of the Re publican, lie calls it a national and conservative ticket, qJ pan thai it would be cheerfully sustained by the entire conservative strength of both sections, This is all true, and if the Democratic party really , -preferred the welfare of the whole country to their own islfish ends the would not hesitate to take this step, which would crush, now and forever, that unjiatrloflc and reckless sectional party which seeks to pei vert the ends for which this government was organized, and endangers the whole fabric by claim ing...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 June 1860

and gjtaw. gtenw. NEHLETT k GRANT, Lotal Editort. Friday, June 22, 1860. ? . ' I'll ' I - b- C. S JkaT Chrvnitt Ofiet ortr Pickering Ely't Start. tti"'Sulwrlptloiis muirt invariably be paid for in ADVAKCErm tig- On our first page way be found a commu nication from Boa., a tribute to Moj. Ilcnry, a story of Mike Finch and tho Bull, beautiful piece of poetry I ah Dvimo, Politic! In Alabama, the Maiden and the Hero, Prophecy of Henry Clay, How to keep men at home, Tlie Inea's Daughter, Newt from Washington, and muck other interesting read ing tnatU-r. Hon. Jon Bki.U 1.1 Ct,Auri(.L Serenaded by tomt ' gentlemen Kit Speech , $c. The Hon. John Bell paid eur city a visit last week and wa warmly greeted by many of his friends, both personal aad political. Although he was suffering from temporary Indisposition, there could be seen In the expression of his countenance, the evi dence of calmness and placidity of mind, comming led with a dignity, that never fails to impress one with the Idea, o...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 June 1860

m 11 I I , DRY-GOODS.- J. FISIIEH & cv inroiiTKiis a.i jonnERs, NO. tit BALTIMORE STIlkET .' . , ai j 42 6RHMAK STREET BALTIMORE, M D , flavinj; added to our former compnst stock of fin lry Goods Foreign anil IVinicatic, a HOSIER V, CLOVE, ft GENERAL VARIETY, A SD WHITE 0001 DEPARTMENT, under' ire snpcrvisiou of an experienced salesman toil htij ei1, f.-c are prepared is offer to the Southern and South-western trifle, one of the. argest and most attractive stocks to lie found in this couutry. Viewing Baltimore a III LEGlTIMATr. MARKET F0& TflE SOUTH- EKN TRADE, Wo tro determined to offer our varied stock at prices M Uiw aa enn lie obtained from any house of repu table standing aud responsibility in any of the cit ies north of tni. March 16, 18C0-y Call and Examine! G, E, COOKE, Is new receiving large addition! to hie Stock of JEWELRY, making the largest and moat elegant ananrtmewt erer before ottered in thts ptaee, embracing every thing in bis line, including DIAMONDS, WATCH...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 June 1860

volu.ue.il...:;:: v - CLARES YILLE, TENN., FRIDAY,: JUNE 29 4860: NUMBER 31. 1 ' ). t" i. . , , , . . . , . II. II. l'OS'lON,7 Agent for THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. CHARTER OAK FIRE AND MARINE , ' INSURANCE CO. ' '" ,1 1 ; yVAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPANY. CHARTER OAK LIKE INSURANCE COMPANY. -r i - . - Small packages or heavy freight wilt be lent by Express, at reasonable rate. Through receipts, over Pennsylvania Railroad, bitch for Tobacco, Flotir, and other freight des- destlncd fur the Eastern cities ( , . . i . i , Fire, Lift and Inland Navigation risks token In the above reliable Companion. 5uOfflce at W.M. Pollock k Co't Clothing ttore No. 1 2, Franklin Street. ' - . March 10, 1880-tf. II. II. P0ST0N, Agent. Fire Proof Warehouse ! C. H. SMITH, TOBACCO SALESMAN, RECEIVING & FORWARDING ' JIERCHANT i - And Sttam-boat Agent, CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. KifTobaeco Sale days every Thursday. "jg All tobacco drayed from the Railroad Depot to my warehouse froe of...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 June 1860

R. W. THOMAS, JUHdt, j. B. NeBT.kTT, 1 J. A. GRANT, J PuLtuheet. ' . For President, . JOHN BELL,. OK TEXNESBE. For Vice-President, EDWARD EVERETT, OP MAfSACIirSFriTP. ELECTORAL TICKET. . . FOR THE STATE AT LARUE. BALIE PEYTON, of Sumner, N. 0. TAYLOR, of Carter. FOR IIBHTH 00ORI8fcloHL rlTBICT, JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery. CLARKSVI LTIS. Friday, June 29, 1860. The Ilypocricy and Inconsisten cy of Southern Democrats. The plit in the democratic party, and the strange nomination made by the extreme loulhern wing naturally suggest a review however hasty, of iU post eonnw upon tho Territorial question its bypocricy and Inconsistency. Whilst the old Whig pirty and the American party advocated the Con stitutional doctrine, that it is the duty of Congress to' govern the Territories, and that the people of a Territory have no right to pass upon the question of slnvery until they form a State Constitution, the southern democrats were upholding the doctrine of squatter sovrelgnty and barterin...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 June 1860

0f Ai mitm litems. NF.ULETT GRANT, Xocul er. Friday, June 29, 1860. "jj ChrimicU Office aver Pkkcrmf $ Fly' I Start. 83"FuW rlptkiM mast invariably be paid lor in .dflWi.vcA:.- VayTIi examination exercise of the Clarksville Female Academy have occupied tbe entire pant week anil hare been a source of great interest and pleas ure to the large audience who bare attended theta. The admirable arrangement! of Dr. Hamilton for th accommodation of hii visiting friend were am ple fur tlicir conveuieuco, the exercises being cou diu'ted in the large new 1UI1, capable of seating 1 200 persons. On Wednesday of but week the examination wan romtnrneed, and wai continued on Thursday and Friday, from a. m. to 1 p. m. We could not at tend on any of thcae dart, but learned from those who did that the examination of tbe different clau e was very thorough, but wan sustained by the young ladie In a manner moat highly creditable to themselves and their teachers. It was, in fact, re marked that no examinat...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 June 1860

DRY-GOODS? 1 1 3i r o nrr ns a kd jo mi eh, - K 821 WVLTIMtiHE STREET - ,, , - ...V . . v.. , , . ' . " ' ' "42 6 SUM AN" STREET' ' " ' ' . B A LTI II 0 R E , . M D Having added to our fermtr.coniplete Mwk of Pte Dry CrtHxU) Foreign aad Dtiir.tslie, a , HOSIERV, GLOVE, GENERAL VARIETY, AND WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT, . under Hie supervision of n experienced milium nil snd buyer, we are prepared to olTV r to the Southern and So'ith-wrFtrrn trade, one of tliu nrpest and most attractive stocks to I fimml in tliia country. Viewing Baltimore as tlic LEGITIMATE MARKET FOR THE SOUTH ERN TRADE, a i are determined to offer our varied stock nt prices a low a ran Ik; obtained from nny house of repu table Rtiiiiilinp aud responsibility in any of the cit irf north of th! , v f ; March 10, lU0-ly " ... '. . Call and Examine! , O. E. COOKE, V. Is now receiving large additions to bis .Hojik of .TIiTNVJSLRY,, making the largest and most elegant assortment ever before, offered iu this place, embracing ev...

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 July 1860

4 i. -I volume n: CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY. JULY 0, 1800. NUMBER 32. " "" " SUwiiirss . Anvils.' ! Ti ll. POSTON, Agent for- THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. PENNSYLVANIA KAIL ROAD. 4 UARTKR OAK KIRK AND MA KINK IN'SCRANCE CO. Qt'AKHR CITY INSCRAM'F. COMPANY. HAHTr'R OAK LIFE INSCRANCK COMPANY. tail J' l kacrs or heavy freight will be sent by Kxpreaa, at reasonable rates. Through receipts, over Pennsylvania Railroad, given for Tobnct-o, Klour, and other freights fles hiest had Cur the Eastern cities. Fire, Life and Inland Navigation risks taken in tho ubovc reliable Companies. , grSuOllii e at W.M. Pollock k CV Clothing stoic No. la, Franklin Street. March 16, lRUO-tf. H. H. POSTON, Agent. Fire Proof "Warehouse ! O. H. SMITH, i,- . TOBACCO SAL ESMA.V, RECEIVING & FORWARDING And Steam-boat Agent, C L A R K S V I L L E , T K N N K S S K E . Itsr "Tobacco Hale days every Thursday. "Hf)U All tobacco drayed from the Railroad Depot to my warehouse fit'B of charge. Empty hogshcuil aiwavH...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 July 1860

(Storksvillr Chronicle. H. W. THOMAS, Rlitor. J. . NERI.ETT, ' lbli. J. A. (.KANT, For President, JOHX BELL, OK TENNESSEE. For Vice-President, EDWARD EVEIIETT, OF M A SH A C 1 1 1'S D7 TM EliECTORAIi TICKET. FOR THE STATE AT LARGE. BALIE PEYTON, of Sumner, N. G. TAYLOR of Carter. Ton FIOUTII CONOSESHIONAL IlirTRKT, JOHN F. IIOl'SE, of Montgomery. Friday, July 6, 1860. tVdf The Union ticket, so fur as thia District is concerned, is now complete, and every innn upon it is worthy of the most earnest support of every good citizen mid honest patriot. The feeling manifested on the occasion of the District Convention, last week shows thnt the Union men Are animated by a deter mination to win the victory, and the able and zeal ous speeches point to the means by which that vic tory is to be achieved. The talent which this Dis trict can borist, and the patriotism which will bring, nnd keep, it in the field, seconded by the sound con servative views of the majority its devotion to the Union ca...

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 July 1860

NEBLLTT A GHAUT, )Sa.7or.. Friday, July 6, 1860. 8S2T Chronicle Vc over Picker mg J- Ely't Store. tVSobscriptiona tnuft invariably b paid far In ADVAXCX.-&i Sr There are several ilcnn in to-day's Chronicle that should have Appeared In last week' paper, but which In the hurry and xcltement of the examin ation, the convention, Ac, were left out. Those that thui appcnrawe have thought ought to have a place even at the risk of appearing to be "behlndl W& Among other Incldenti that were Inadvert ently omitted in our last ismi wai a trip on our railroad from town out to the junction, and from thence otitxin the Momphit Branch road, as far a the track had been laid. By Invitation of Chas. O. i-"mith E.q. Secretary and Treasurer of the M. C. A I.. Road, we, and aoma half a dozen other gentle inen, of the city, assembled ut the depot, at three p. in., and la a few moment, under the care of Mr. Smith and conductor Cain, we were whirling over the road to the Junction. Our train wa in t...

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 July 1860

imy-! goods; rj FISHER & CO.,- . -. ... . ... . , ii GERMAN STUIEX " - BALTIMORE, MD. Having added to (ur former eompiet stock of Meee L'ly Foreign and DonuwUc, a HOSIERY, CLOVE, A OENKWAL VARIETY, AND WHiTE GOODS DhPARTMENT, nitOf r the ptiprrvWon of mi exjTiericed salesman and buyer, we are prepared to offer to the Southern and ."ntitli-ivcr"in tmdp, one of the arget and r.-,f' t ntuivUv-e storks to tie found in this country. v rv.ii:; i r.r.imorc ns inr ULTIMATE MARKET FOR THE SOUTH ERN TRADE, we i o Ot tcrmined to offer our varied Mock at price us low n! rim )e obtained from any houm of repu table standing and responsibility in any of the cit ies tuniti of this. March ltl, l.SCO-ly Call and Examine! 0. E. COOKE, 1? now roiiiving largo additions to li i s Stock of making the largest and most elegant assortment ever tu'iarc offered in tun place, embracing every thing in nil hue, including DIAMONDS. WATCHES, iu Gold and Silver Cm, LADIES' FULL AND HALF SETTS, n great validly an...

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 July 1860

MCI 1 - VOLUME 11. CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY, JULY 13, I860. NUMBER 33. MO II. H. POSTON, Agent for THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. CHARTER OAK FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. QUAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPANY. CHARTER OAK LIFeTnSURANCE COMPANY. Small package or heavy freight will be sent by Express, at reasonable rate. Through receipt, over Pennsylvania Railroad, g iveu lor Tobacco, Flour, and other freight des destined for the Eastern cities. Fire, Life and Inland Navigation risks taken in the above reliable Companies. Bgk,Office at W.M. Pollock k Co'-Clothing store No. 12, Franklin Street March 16, 1860-tf. H. II. POSTON, Agent. Fire Proof Warehouse I C. H. SMITH, TOBACCO SALESMAN, RECEIVING & FORWARDING MERCHANT And Steam-boat Agent, CLARKSVILLE,' TENNESSEE. JKiTTobaoco 8f days every Thursday, "a All tobacco drayed from the Railroad Depot to my warehouse fret of charge. Empty hogsheads always on hnud. , Oct 1, '59-tf A. HOWELL, O. M. BLACEMAN, T. i. PHITCHETT...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 July 1860

(SlarhsrUU (Chronicle. K. W. THOMAS, AWM. J. A. U II A XT, M'" For President, J 0 II T BELL, 01' TE5NKT.5En. Tor VicePresidont; KDWAUI) EVERETT, OF MASS ACflUSETTN. ETjKCTOIIATj ticket. for the state at large. BALIE PEYTON, of Sumner, N. G. TAYLOR, of-Carter. Inn ctniiTn rnMinnssioNAL DtfTmrr, . JO UN F. II OF SK., of Montgomery. Friday; July 13, 1860. . . 1 '. ..'.'III i .mi ii i jiii -yj ifu(i ii ip.Mi.iayiiiiiaMiaii 0T!if K;dcrnt CTlnrlcston, hooted Bl the! "?. ?ov- Wi"p n'''' nn .appointment to sprnk j idea i f the rcmli.pfjon of the Cincinnati platform l k. n.it nnny dny since, i.i behalf of Ricck- denounced It as an egregious swindle, and wouldn't ! iiiridgc.nnd Lnnc; hut the t of tha Hi"' j touch it with a "tf.rtv font tmle." An! vet there i"" ,0 u,nr'T l""'"" "" mm elinnge, unit the amo seecders nominated a man for the Presidency who win elected Vict! President on that identical mamnmmtf tm 1 1" wmimm0mim m m iii From the Georgia, ForcMeT, (Dcm.) ' Censure of the President. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 July 1860

gJxif.il ami fta gjtms. JfEBLETT (WANT. Local Edilort. Friday, July 13, 1860, . Jfi" ChrtmitU Offlotvctr Pickering & Ely Eton. Bf-iSuUcTiptions must Invariably be pn!d for In jMAcx-iSj 65. The Cincinnati local editors have Intel fl Ion uHin a very rummitic item, tho parties to which kail from our city of Clarksville Tlie story, aa given by tbe Gazette, the Commercial, and other Clncinnnati papers, if that a beautiful and highly ac tomplitlitd young woman of eighteen years had Arrived there, in company with a man named Wait, ad wa taken by him to a low boarding bouse, where he remained with her several days, and af ter getting possession of all her money icveral thuiuarid dollart he deserted her, and left for " fur rin' parts." The girl's history.thoy add, Is a sad mid affecting ont. Her name was Maby Jink John son, und she lived in Clurksville, Teon. She was possessed of about (00,000 in her own right! Waits got after her (money! ) He used all tbe arts usually reBortvd to, to w ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 July 1860

DRY GOODS. J. FISHER & CO., imint 11x1:113 ai jomitits, KO. 837 BALTIMORE STREET ' . AKD 4i BERMAN STREET BALTIMORE, MD. Having added to our former complete stock of Fiece Dry Goods Foreign and Domestic, a HOSIERY, 0LOVF,. k GENERAL VARIETY, AND WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT, nnder the supervision of an experienced salesman , and btryer, we are prepared to oiler to the Southern mid South-western trade, one of the. argest and most attractive slocks to I found in tnis country. Viewing Baltimore as the LEGITIMATE MARKET FOR TIIE SOUTH ERN TRADE, wa are determined to offer our varied stork at prices as low a enn he obtained from any house of repu table standing and responsibility in any of the cit ies north of this. ' March 16, 1800-ly Call and Examine ! 0. E. COOKE, . Is now receiving large additions to Lis Stock of JEWELED making the largest and most elegant assortment ever before offered In this place, embracing every- iniug in nu line, inciuuing DIAMONDS, WATCHES, in Gold and Surer Cas...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 July 1860

VOLUME 11. CLARKSVILLE, TENN.,- FRIDAY, JULY 20, 18G0, NUMBER SL H. H. POSTON, Agent for THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. CHARTER OACFIRR AND MARIN K INSURANCE CO. . QUAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPANY. CHARTER OAK"l.lKE INSURANCE COMPANY. Small packages or heavy freight will I tent by xetprosa, at roasouabl rate. Through receipts, over Pennsylvania Railroad, give for Tobacco, Plour, and other freight, des destiurd fur the Eastern cillck. F're, I.ifo and Inlnnd Navigation risk taken In the abort reliable Companies, " SlOffice at V. M. Pollock k Cos Clothing (tore 'o. 12, Franklin Street. March 16, lbCO-tf. II. II. POSTON, Agent. Fire Proof Warehouse! O. H. " SMITH, TO DA CVO HA L, K.I MA .V, RECEIVING & FORWARDING MEKCXIVlSrT .M Steam-bonl Agent, CLARK SVILLK, TENNESSEE. o - rTobacco Sale day, every Thursday. "MA All tobacco drnyed from the Railroad Ik-pot to ny warehouse free of charge. Empty hogsheads always on hand. Oct 1, i'J-tf A. nOWil.t, O. M. hLArkMAN, T. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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