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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 July 1860

i i W THOM A."S, Editor. .J.. A. GRANT, ..) F!alh"" Annonn-'ng Ua'rringes and Deaths, freo ; Obituaries nil Tribute, of Respect, over ten lines, charged for M other ulvcrtiFemcnW. " tS-lf All CoinmariieiiUonS must be addreasefl to tha Editor. BnhiMi letter s th Pablisbers. " For Prosident, T-TO-S". JOHN" OF TENNESSEE. For Vice-President, HON. EDWARD EVERETT, OF MASSACHUSETTS. ELECTORAL TICKET. roll TflE STATE AT LARGE. It 4 1 I.I i: rGXTOX, of tfumncr. Iff. G. TAYLOR, of C arter. rOB TPS COXURErfSIONAL DISTRICTS 1. WM. M. RRADFORD, of Jefferson. 2. O. P. TEMPLE, of Knox. 3. ALFRED CALDWELL, of MeMiun. 4. 8. S. STANTON, of Jackson, ft. E. !. OOLLADAY, of Wilson. 6. WM. P. KERCHEVAL, of Lincoln. ' 7. JOHX a BROWN, of Giles. 8. JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery. 9. ALVIN HAWI US. of Carroll. .10. D. B. NABOBS, of Shelby. CLA RKSVILLE. Friday, July 20, 1860. t&T The great point oftwU'citnde with the Yan ceyitcs who spoke hero lut Saturday, seemed to be to purge themselves of all suspicio...

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 July 1860

NEBLKTT 11 KANT,' Local Kdxtort. Friday, July 20, 1860. " fcjr Ckroniel Office arrr rkketinf $ ty's '''' 3'"'SiibrripticM mult Invariably be paid for lb l-SjU KesBeaaavf that the Montgomery Coanty Fair ii hrlj on'lbe Fair Ground on the following Ave days Orfo&tr pel, 2 4 A, J5A, 2C(A, and 27'A, 1800. Train will be run vn the Railroad every lialf boa. vTbe ground are only two mile from t'larksvilla, knd on a TnrVe en oue side and touch ing the llailronrl for 125 poln oa tfie other being h tfx-tly acccs.-iblc. A Tou iiauient of Knight ii to be had during Ih fair for a Cold Wreath worth 175, which in to crow a tho Queen of Lire and" Reauty. Young gentlemen, begin yeur practising now. Let each young man- regard this as tho greatest exhibition of devotion be ean show for bis drtired, ami act accordingly . Completion or tub Railroad IimiMJi. On Mon- uay aftcrnoi,n we received from our Railroad friend, . Smith, a polite notification that at 4 o'clock the urnw-spau or the tumbcrl.imj Ri...

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

DRY GOODS. J. FISHER & CO., 'inroHitKi a.ti jo no mil, NO. 917 DAfcTTMORB STRSET 42 BERMAN STREET BALTIMORE, MD. Having art'lcd to our former complete stock of y!"t Dry (Jowls Foreign aud Domestic, a TNK'IERY, CLOVE, GENERAL VARIETY, . AND W11ITK G(OD3 DEPARTMENT, nndrr the snissrylsion of an experienced snlesman and buyer, we are prepared to oiler lo tlie Southern iind South-western trade, one of the nrgest and most attractive slocks to be found In this country. Viewing Bultimure as the LEGITIMATE MAHKET FOR THE SOUTH- ' F.UN TRAD.-, vi are determined to offer our varied stock at prices an low a.i aa lie, otitniued from any house of rrpu tnhle standing and reponibility in any of the cit ies north of thK March 16, 18C0-ly Call and Examine! G. E. COOKE, If now receiving large addition! to bi Slock of making the largest and most elegant assortment ever before offered In thia place, embracing every ttaing in bis line, including DIAMONDS, - W ATUHES, in Geld and Silver Cases, LADIES...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 July 1860

(fit-A 'RTK'A:'rfV?lH CLAMSYILLE TENN., FRIDAY, JULY 27, I860. volume n.,.; -NUMBER '35. f- V 10 '. JaK: "'V, '-i' r-, V"' -- ; " 1 ' MT:rr ' . iTv.i - , . ' Hi H -POS TON, Agent for THE BOCTI1KRN KXPRKSS COMPANY. PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. . CUAKTER OAK FIRE AND MARINE . insurance co. . . QUAKER CITY INHl'KANCK COMPANY. CHARTER OAK? LIFE INSURANCE CUM PANT. Small packages or heavy freight will be scut by Kxpress, at reaeuablo rates. ' Through receipts, over Pennsylvania Railroad, .given for Tobacco, Flour, anil other freights des- lcstined for the Eastern cities. . . ...... ' Fir, Lift) and Inland Navigation risks biken in the above reliablo Companies. - . telomere at W.M. Pollock k Cos Clothing store .No. II, Franklin Street. . March 10, lHGO-tf. II. II. POSTON, Agent. Fire ; Proof "Warehouse ! til .':S7v4--'- v paw;-. ;: -y-je . - Tr.i f : O. H. SMITH; ' toua ceo salesman, .RECEIVING Sl FORWARDING f i MEI tOHANT "" jln Sltam-boal Aflrnt, " C L A R K S V f L L K, TENNESSEE. ' tSay"To...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 July 1860

(SlarhivilU (Chrouiclc H. W. THOMAS, litor. J. S. NEIILETT,! . J. A. OH A NT, ' iWt, ARUonnctag Marring and Death, fre, Obituarira and Tributes of Respect, over ln lints, charged fur at other advertisement. p'w" All Communications mini b addraaaed to the Editor. Bunine letter to the Publisher. . For President, IION.'JOHN BELL, . OF TENNESSEE. Tor Vice-President, HON. EDWARD EVERETT, OF MASSACHUSETTS. ELECTORAL. TICKET. FOR THE STATE AT LARGE. IIAIlMi: IM3YT01V, of Sumner. Tl. G. TAYI.on, or Carter. foa Till CONUKKKSIOXAb llKTRI("nE 1. WM. M. IIR ADFORD, of Jefferson. 2. 0. T. TEMPLE, of Knox. 3. ALFRED CALDWELL, of McMinn, 4. H. S. STANTON, of Jarkaon. 6. E. I. GOLLADAY, of Wilson. 6. WM. F. KERCHEVAL, of Lincoln. 7. JOHN C. BROWN, of Giles. 8. JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery. 9. ALV1N HAWKINS, of Carroll. 10. D. B. NABOBS, of Shelby. CLAKK8VILLE. Friday, July 27, 1860. S6J We referad briefly, last week, to the fool ishly false statement made in the Yancey Conven tion, here, that tha A...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 July 1860

N EH LETT GRANT, Local Editor Friday, July 27, 1860. ear CkronicU Ofiet orr Pickering f Efg Skirt. ' Subscriptions Blunt invariably be paid for in ADVAXCS.-G Bell and Everett Club ! I . rally i it ally n rally hi rallyiiii ' P3u Remprulxr tluit Mr. W. R. Bringhurst will address the Hell and Everett Club, ot the Court House to-niorrow night, Iet everybody go; it will be good time I Fin. On Wednesday morning about 2 o'cleck, truly catholic frplrit. No aid or consolation to such, A. M., a fire broke out in the bnslnes house of Mr. I when in hi power, ha ever been bounded by the Aderhold, engnged ia the Tin and Store business, j register of his Church, but ha always been dlspen The flames spread with fearful rapidity, and quickly . sed, regardless of sect or creed, to all whose condl- not only the large frame building occupied by Aderhold, but also the large frame cnrpentersliops of Barksdale k Co. and Churchill k Co. Also the residence of T. W. King, Enq, and the office of Drs. Bernard...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 July 1860

DRM G'O'ODSij -v J. tFISIIEIt & C0,: -MtoRTi:n Ann Jomir.Kg, j aim 1 - i ' - ... ,,,-r . r, t 42 GERMAN STREET; .... .... ; , B A L T I MORE, MDr ' IlsTlng added a our former complete stock of ' Tito Dry Goods Foreign end Ijmestic, ; r HOSIERY, C.LOVE, ft GENERAL VARIETY, AND WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT,' ' . under the supervision or an experienced salesman and buyer, wo ore prepared to offer to tlic Southern , nnil South-western trade, one of tho argest nnd , most attractive stocks to be found In this country. . Viewing Baltimore as the - LEGITIMATE MARKET I'OR THE SOUTH " ; -" '"KRN TRADE,' .- . we ore determined to offer onr varied flock fit prices ex low ns can tie obtained frnm any house of repu table standing and resjioiisibilily in Any of the cit ies north of t!iL.. . . , , i March 10, 1800-iy S . .'I . 11. B. Cox. J. a.. Jahhkix. YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY CALUXG ri.B.cox$cCO., v Htictuort to K. McKinnun BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS, , FRANKLIN STREET, 'I.AHKVlf,-!R, - - - TFAS. ll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 August 1860

ndWinr Iffi i in t-. CLAllKSVILLE: 'TENN.-; 1'JtIDAY.-AUGUST 3,' l8(i0. - ' I::-: r VOLUME 11. v -kumber-so:; ,t: 1 ' r ....... ,.,,. 3 H II. H. POSTON, Agent for THE BOUTIIER.X EXPRESS COMPANY. PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. CHARTER OAK FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. QUAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPANY. CHARTER OAK LIFEINtjURANCE COMPANY. Small package or heavy freight will be tent by Express, at reasonable ratei. Through receipts, over Pennsylvania Railroad, given tor Tobacco, Flour, and other froighta dc destined tor tbe Eastern cities. i Fire, Lifo and Inland Navigation risks tuken in the above reliable Companies. BsajuOffire nt VV. M. Pollock & Co'a Clothing more No. 12, Franklin Street. March 16, 18G0-tf. H. H. POSTON, Agrni. . Fire Proof Warehouse ! C. H. SMITH, TO 11 A CCO SALESMAN, RECEIVING & FORWARDING MERCHANT And Steam-boat Agent, 0LAUKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. Bw!f"Tobacco Sale days every Thursday, "ifea 1 All tobacco drayod from the Railroad Depot to my warehouao free of charge. E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 August 1860

(GtarJwvmV ."fiiwonicU'. It. W. THOMAS, Editor, i. B. NR1M.RTT, 1 ...u. J. A.RANT, J A. Announcing Marriafes and Deaths, frM, Obitrmrte and Tributes of Respect, over tea line, thar for a other advertisement. BfAnOommniiU-ntioM must b aiMrewed to - in minor, Itutinms lettor to the Publishers. For President, - , HON. JOHN". BEIL, . OF TENNlit'HEK. , For Vice-President, HON. EDWA HD IiVERETT, OF MASSACHUSETTS. ELECTOIIAL. TICKET. FOR TI1E STATE AT LARGE. DUIJE Ii:tTO,or Kiimner. If. O. TA1L911, or Carter. On TIT CONURESIIONAI. DISTRICTS: ' 1. 3. W. PKArFRK'K, of Washington. 2. . P. TEMPLE, of Knox, 3. ALFRED CALDWELL, of McMinn. 4. S. S. STANTON, of Jargon. 6. K. I. GOIXADAY, pf Wilson. . WM. F. KERCH EVAL, of Lincoln. 7. JOHN C. BROWN, of Gilc.. 8. JOHM F. HOUSK, of Montgomery. 9. ALVIN HAWKINS, of Cnnoll. ' JO. D. B. N A ROUS, of Shelby. CLAEKSVILLE. Friday, August 3, 1860. fCiT" No on needs to lie reminded of the"avnge Tindicliveness with which the democrat pursued and proecuted the...

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

NEBLETT GRANT, ZeeaJ Alitor. Friday, August 3, 1860. ' : . .' 6 Chronic OffltxXHtr JVkehng f Ely Star. f i " ' - " '' tf8ubcription must invariably be paid for In ''ADVANCE.' The Oroucbt. That chapter la Genesis wblch describes the big rata of 40 days aad nights, afford very refreshing reading just bow. Ai the imagination of the lick man, long deprived of water, wander to tome gushing gprlng at which be ha ilaked hii tblnt in by-gone day, so at this arid tiro, when the burn ing atmosphere and parched earth hat been long unvisited b,r cooling and fertilizing showers, that famous sprinkle of Noab't day makes anything but an unpleamnt picture for the fancy to contemplate. A forty dayi rain would seem a blessed exchange for the interminable drought which ii low desolating the country. It we don't hare some other rain shortly than the reign of thia dry spell, which is withering everything with iU parching sway, our people will have to live daring the coming wi-tr like those bybcrnating a...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 August 1860

! DRY GOODS; -.T. H&IIER & CO?, . . .. NO. 31 BALTIMORE (STREET -.'. " 41 eKBMAN STREET -v, UAITIMOHE, MD. Hning added to nnr Corner completo stock of Piece l)i j Goods foreign and Domestic, ft' HOSIERY, GLOVE, ft GENERAL VARIETY, AND WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT, ' nndcr th supervision of Ml experienced salesman and buyer, W arc prf pared to oiler to the Southern and South-western trade, one of the argest and w.t attractive stocks to be found lu this country. Viewing Daltimoro as the ; LEGITIMATE MARKET FOR THE SOUTH ERN TRADE, v we are determined to offer our varied stock at price k m loir a ran b obtained from any house of repu table standing and reepotieiViility iu my of the cit ies r.uiiu of tin. March 10, 1860-ly J. B. JARRELL, JOHN H. JARRELL J. B. JARRELL & SON, Wholesale nnd Retail .BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS, FRANKLIN STREET, CrARKSVlMJTC, - - - - TEX. Having bought the stock of Mr. K. McKinnon, we Intend continuing the Confectionery business at his old stand, where ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 August 1860

' VJrt ... " J' ' ' . . ' . t " . , . r- t .1- . . . - .. - I ...-,.-....-.--. . - . . ' I -. ' . ' ' ' " ' " ' " . , ; , ..... . . , . . . , .-. . - -. ' - ' ' - " : -- -;- . , y ft .' yassiwnsssasjsa m ,,M mm ltJ VOLUME 11. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, I860. NUMBER 37. nmt$ tods. H H. POSTON, Agent for TBS SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. CHARTER OAkViRK AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. QUAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPANY. CHARTER OAK LIFB INSURANCE COMPANY. Small package or bear freight will b Mat by Express, at reasonable rata. Through receipt, ovr Pennsylvania Railroad, 'givtn for Tobacco, Flour, and other freight dea deatined for tba Eastern citiea. Tire, Life and Inland Navigation risk taken In th above reliable Companies. .Office at W. M. Pollock k Cos Clothing ttor Ho. 12, Franklin Street. - March 16, 1860-tf. H. II. POSTON, Affnt. Fire Froof Warehouse ! O. H. SMITH, TOBACCO SALESMAN, RECEIVING & FORWARDING MERCHANT jlmf SUan-boat Agent, CLARKSVILLE, TENNK8...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 August 1860

a I k. Vt. THOMAS, Ilditor. 7 a .tivt ... r GRANT '.RANT, '-t , rj!s- rrrX-Aonohnein: Warringxj and Death, frt, t J, tiliitmriM and. Tribute of JUagpet,-ver W Knest, , ""' tlinrgf d for M other advertisements. Al( Corrtjr'tllifcntii.f1 imwt l addressed to th Kdluw; Bustnm tetter to the Publishers.. r fc.Tr;. ' , ' a. x"ar?7i'."amJ-j-'j-L , ' ", For President, ,; Jkl-IOINV .TOI-rNT BELL, '-V.w iV. . UF TENNESSEE. .? : For Vice-President,' ' u , . 1 1 ON. EITVVA III) KVliRKTT, r . ; - OP MASSACHUSETTS " ' I H I ;EGTO II A I j TICKET. ' . TOR THE STATK AT LARGE. HAILIC I'ETTOS, of Suuintr. If. O. TAYLOR, oflarlcr. FOK TIIK WIROHKWMJS A J. W. DEADERJCK,.of Washington. 1 0. P. TEMPLE. t.f Knox. , 3. ALFRED CALDWELL, of MeMinn. 4. 8. 3. STANTON, of Jncksou. .,- 5. K. I. GOLLADAY, of Wilscn.. B. WM. F. KKRCHEVAL, of L,iacola.i 1. JOHN C- BROWN, of Giles. 8. JOHN F. nOUfiK. of Montgomery, t 8. ALV1N HAWKINS, or Carroll. 10. D. H. NABOHHt of Shelby. O L'A J13CS VI Tj L E ! Friday, August 10,...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 August 1860

JgPf al and te KtBLKTT It G1UWT, 7-Ocal Editor. I 4 - Friday, -August 10, 1860. COT hfmxk Ojlv'virr Vcrinf frt -1 ! A m ScVbeiptioii taunt taTettabls be.pAtd fcrln -TT- - .j- -,,.-. Xrlp to Kprlngflcld. ' ' "' '-- '' '" " "' ! to - W kiKl for long time felt a a deal re te pay a wttlt 19 one neighboring town, Springfield, and re- Mw.ajsNciatlons'tbat we" formed there years ago, , abd learning, tut. Monday morning, tbal our dis v tinnu'LtJ townsmen, lion, J. M. Queries and John Li.F, Ugr sq., were going there to address the people of Robertaon County on the political Issues of the day, we determined to go along, and "thai not only gratify our desire to visit oar old friends there but nlso to bear" these able advocates ef the cause of the Cn ion and thS Constitution. We ac- eordlngty took the morning train, for Nashville, via ..Springfield, and were gratified to find we were to hare for a fellow-traveller, Dr. Hamilton, the worthy end energetic; head of our Female Academy. ' " Away we ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 August 1860

J-J Li!!"' J)R.Y GOODS: . r J. FI8HEB & CO.,; IMPOUTEIIS MMO JOBBERS, " Xtk m SALTIMORR STREET ' ' BALTIMORE, HD, nvlng added to. r fencer compJet stock of rioee Drj OwU Foreign ud Doaieetlo, a HOSIERY, CLOVK, ft GENERAL VARIKTT, . AND WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT, under the supervision of an experienced mlrrmti and tayer, we prrpsred to offer to the Southern . and Sonth-wevtern trad, one of the argent and mart attractive ttorki to I (bund In this country. Viewing Baltimore m the - i LEGITIMATE . MARKET FOR TIIK SOUTH ERN TRADE, ire are determined to offer onr verted etork at price ' a low as can be obtained from any hoax or repu table standing and responsibility in any of tbe cit- Um north of thin. . March 10, 1860-ly J. B. JARRELL, JOHN 8. JARRELL: J. B. JARRELL & SON, Wboleuia and Retail BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS, FRANKLIN STREET, CLARKftVILLE, .... TESS. Having bonght the flock of Mr. K. McKinnon, we intnd continuing tbe Confectionery Business at hi old stand, where we will k...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 August 1860

a,-,- "-V-J" TT- - ---"? -VOLUME 11. - ft- - CLAllKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY; AUGUST 17, 18G0. ': : : ' r- - jVUmber ;38. t .- J... IT II - M.f.-. I " M'.f I -.-, -.:H . . V'.j- .. T-' : . t ....... . .. . T II. H. P.OSTOINV Agent ior - ... THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. ' f 1 I I ' . I PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. CHARTER OAK FIRE AND MARINE 1NSU RANCECO. ' ' . -. QUAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPANY. CHARTER OAK LIFkTnSURANCE COMPANY. : Small package or heavy freight will be wt by ttxpress, it reasonable rule. Through receipts, over Pennsylvania Railroad, J(ltn for Tobacco, Flour, and other freights de leatiiiel for tbs KuMern cities. ' Fin Life and Inland Navigation risks tnken in the above reliable Companies. Bft-tOlllee nt W.M. Pollock k Co 'Clothing store Ko. U, Franklin Street. March 10, 18C0-tf. , If. II. POSTON, Affrnt. Fire Proof. Warehouse I - 1 O. H. SMITH, TOBACCO SA L VSMA A RECEIVING 8l FORWARDING And Sleam-Loat Agrnt, CLARKHYILLK, TENNESSEE, ; JlayTobacco ShIb (Ihvs every Thursday. "...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 August 1860

(StotfcariHt.cSkwslrte. R. W. TTIOMAS, Editor. s. NRiu.m, .. .. ' GRANT, rt Anmniwlng Marriage and Death, free, hitnnriea aud Tributes f Rerpcet, em tan rinea, barged for as other mlvcrliscniefiss. AH (Vmiimiiitenlionl must I adtlrmed to (be EitTmv." Tla'iner Idlers lo the Publishers. .,. . For President, -.. 1 1 ON". JOI-ISST UlT.T,, ...V; ! . TENNESSEE. Tor Vice-President, HQN.EDWAltDnVEKKTT. . OF MASSACHUSETTS. EIsEGTORAI TICKET. FOR TDK STATE AT LARGE. II All IT, l'i;iTO, of Mtninrr. Ti. a. 'TAYLOR, ofC alter. tOU TIH CONRPUMOiiAt MSTBlnS: 1. J. W. T'FAT F.KK K. of WmhlneU o. 3. O. V. TEMPLE, of Kno. a. ALFRFD CALDWELL, of McMii.n. 4. R. S. STANTON, nf Jnckfon. f. P.. I. C.OI. I.ADA Y, of Wllron. fl. WNT. F. KT.ItCHEVAL, of Liacoln. i. John c. brown, of Giles. . . JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery. 0. ALVIN HAWKINS, of Canoli. ' io. u. n. nabobs, of eiiu'.bT. C JiA. 11 KSVI TJ Tj 13 . Friday, August 17, I860. txS" It Li amiuiiijj lo hear the Breckinridge men, herenlratits, saying tha...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 August 1860

jgSft al nufl linns gim.s NEB LETT k GRANT, Locml FJtlor. Friday, August 17, I860. tSf Chrvnieh Ojict over Fk leering Ely' Stvrt'., Efflr Subscription tnuit Invariably b. pivld for In S.Mr. 1.. A. LRAVELL will address th Bll and Everett Club on next Monday night, tht 21ot inst., in this city. , By reference to the candidate column it will b seen thixt C. O. Smith, Esq., If candidal for May. or, nnd B. S. Gunn nnd Geo. Bryarly, for Recor- tier, of the city. Election to take place firat Satur day in October next. "Til II TOITO OI-OKIM Oar young townsman Charles L. Tboma, has Jnrt received the above named book, and will deliver them to-day. ITare yonr $1.25 cts. ready. t&" Ben. Coulter, of the Arm of Marrn k Coulter, baa rctnrned from the East, and Informs hi that Ms full and winter purchaser! are on the way. Thii firm understand fully the wants of their tmtotners, and hare laid in a flora- accordingly. 13. fot tingle new Dank, we helieve,na, a' yet, organised tinder the new amende...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 August 1860

f V' --s JT,.; "e-"1"; 3 Ditr 'goods I J. FISHER & CO., 1 IllronTEKS AMI JODRCRV W-.w JWX MT BALTIMOHEi-'TftKKT b , -'r'-f .i . . ' ' -.r7'i 42 ftERMArf RREKT ' B A L T 1 MOR E, MD. .-flaring V.1 lu our winner complete stock f Piece Dry Gocal Foreig) (in J lfcuntstic., a . HOSIERY, GLOVE, GENERAL -VARIETY. ; AND WHITE GOODK DEPARTMENT, nder the supen iikih of on experience.! salesman nd buyer, we arc prerrd to offer to the Sonthern ar.d South-westtrn l.-ado,' one of the argcst' find mt nttractiw stocks to be fjnud !il this cotihtTy. Viewing1 Baltimore as the .'..'"'.."., LEGITIMATE MARKET- FOB THE SOUTH- erjt TRADE, . -V" are determined to offer our taricd stock at prii-r m low as ran be obtained from any house of repu table standing and responsibility iu any of the cit let worth of this. ' '' ' ' Matrh 16, I860 ly 3. B. JARRELL, JOHN S. JARRELL: - J B. JARRELL & SON, Wholesale' nd Rftnil -' - BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS, . 4, , FRANKLIN STREET, ci.innniMx, .... tex. Ilftviii...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 August 1860

' ft . . r .VOLUMK 11... CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, I860. I.J U . J 1 .. .. .' J i . I4' h H 1 !..,. 1 . ,7J J. a. 6 th. Olh. i r... 7th. 8th. '.. th. 4" C! V f , s. a wiiliams, jlNS.HJ-iR'AWClB A&ET, C I A ItK 8 V I LLE, TFN 3ST. n it f IT. : I v , , Statement of the Capital, Assets and Liabilities of " The Insurance Company of the. Valley of -Virginia," JULY lsti i860, To It filed uith tjie Comptroller of the State of Trnr$$re, and agreeable the '; furm prenrribed by the law of iaid State. 1st, 1 The name nn J locality of lire Company located at vt iiichc.'tcr, a. 2d. The amount of Capital .Slo. lt, " 8d. Tlie amount of Capital Sim k paid up, , The remainder Is represented by Stock Notes of undoubted security, " The Insurance Company of the Valley of Virginia, $300,000 295,325 4,676 40!. ' . ASSETS OK 1!E COMPANY. ' 1st. 1 Amount or Cash on blind in tlio bunds of agents and otlirr persons, 2d. Real Estate, M 8d. Roads awnod by the Compiuiy as follows, to wit ( . MIo...

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