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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 August 1860

R. W. THOMAS, Editor, 3. 8. NEBLF.TT, J. A. CHANT,; linT. . nwy. Anrwmnclur Marriage nnd Deaths, free, ttbiluarie and. Tribute of Repect, over ten line, ehorgod for a other advertisement. StT" All Communication must 1 adi1rrs?ed to the Editor, Bnsiness letters to the Publishers. For President, i-iosr: JOTiisr hell, OF TENNESSEE. For Vice-rresident, HON. ED V A IID Ti V EIIETT, OF MASSACHUSETTS. EIjEGTOIIAIj TICKET. FOR THE STATU AT LARGE. ItAlMn rr,YTO!V, of Kumncr. X. ft. TAI.on, of Carter. for tii cosorkssiosai. pibtbutk 1. J. W. DEADERICK, of Washington. 3. O. P. TEMPLE, of Knox. 8. ALFRED CALDWELL, of JIcMinn. 4. S. 8. STANTON, of Jackson. IS. E. I. GOLLADAY, of Wilson. 6. VM, F. KEHC1IEVAL, of Lincoln. 7 8 0 10 JOHN C. BROWN, of Olios. JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery, ALVIN HAWKINS, of Carroll. D. B. NABORH, of Shelby. OLABKBVILLE. Friday, August 24, 1860. Democracy, not Pro-Slavery. "The Democratic party It not a nro-lavory par ty," laid Mr. Breckinridge. Of course It Is not. wl ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 August 1860

HEktLETT OH ANT, Loeoi itor. Friday, August 24, 1860. ; aT Ckronith Ojfk ever JScktring $ Kiyt Shir. . QtyRulwrripHotui must invariably b paid hi ADVANCE.-, .Candidates announcing their names for of fice, mnrtjmy th fee in advance. ' ' Our Trip ( the Mammoth Care. On Monday of lost wek, tb 13th Inst, we lu Company with a (inall, but exceedingly pleasant par ty of Indie and gentlemen, left Clarksville on Hie 3 o'clock P. If. train, destined for the celebrated Mammoth Care. We sped on at railroad speed changing cam at the StnU Line and at the Spring Beld Junction of the Louisville and Edgefield road, and were soon again making rapid time, passing Gajlatin, Fr.uiklin, Howliuirreen. and other llirlvlne- litllo towns. At 10: 37 we hauled up t Care City, a neat and comfortable Hotel, 9 mllis from the Mnmmoth Care, where supper wne waiting, and aa m.ittor of course, all repaired to the table. Ilere Vjuite nn amusing little circumstance happened to tno of the youug gentlemen ef our company....

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 August 1860

J. FIS1TER & CO., inponTi:i avcd jonDcnx, .. aai; . u i.t jioiuc. otb ekt v s" u ALTIMO ItE, MD ., Having avhled to our (brmer complete etotk oT Pipce Dry Good fcMpimixJ Ivmwttr, m riOsIERi', 'gloVk, oenfraL Variety", -r-': AU. W11ITK 4KHD8 DEPARTMENT,, j sidsr ths miperrhvtnn Tf an etrs-rlenced salesman Md 1syr, r firr uired to bftVt to tlie Southern ntf frothwestTir trad, nf that iryrst and -bhis. attractive stwks-tf be found In thlseountry. Tlewing Baltimore an the .-.- , i LMlTIBAtB WAPICCT Vnif THfi EOrTlI. we are determined to offer our varied stock at price M low m ran be obtained frnm any how of repu table standing and responsibility "Id any of the cit ' la north of this. u ..-,', , March 16, 1860-1 J .". J. B. JARRELL, JOHN S. JARRELLi X B. JARRELL & SON, . , ; t 'l! Wholesale and Retail ). .,. . BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS, FRANKLI5 STREET, CXARKSVILLE, - - - - TEXX. Having bought, the itock of Mr. K. McKlunon, wo Intend continuing the Confectionery Business at hi n...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 31 August 1860

,. VOLUME 11. , CLARKSYILLE,. TEM.,. FRIDM, AUGUST 31, I860. NUMBER 40.: " ' - : v. S. S. WILLIAMS, ; C L A R.K S y i L L E, T E .US". IS". ... Statement of the Capital, Assets and Liabilities of "The .Insurance Company of the . Valley of Virginia," JULY 1st, I860, T It filed tcith the Comptroller of the State of Tcnneuee, and agreeable to the form prctcriled by the law of taid State. 1st Tlie nemo ami locality of the Company " locate J at Winchester, V." 2d The amount of Capital Stork........ 1 he amount of Capitol Stock paid up, .-. Tbe remainder i represented by Stock Notes of 4th.. . ASSETS OF THE COMPANY. lit., Amount of Cash on hand in tbe hands of agent and other persons, 2d. Real Estate, Bd. Roads awned by the Company as follows, to wit; , . Stock Bonds of Stockholders as above, "... .- .- AB VAUJB. SIARKRT VALCI. 20 Missouri 0'i Coupon Bonds, '. 20,000 16,200 11 Virginia do do 11,000 10,065 20 Tennessee do do 20,000 17,875 10 N - Orleans do - do 10.000 9,000 3 Alleghany do ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 31 August 1860

i L t (ClavbvUU (Sbvoutclc; K. W. THOMAS, Editor. -. J. B. NEHMSTT, J. A. CHANT, IiUther ftrrjL, Announcing Marriage and Death, fre,. Fouuaries ana innate ot Kwprvt, of er ton lines, charged for a other advertisement. tfv All Communication must he addressed to the Editor. Busine letters to the Publishvr. For President, HOX..JOHK IJELI,, Or TENNESSEE. - For Vice-President, IION.EDWAItDKVEKETT, OF MASSACHUSETTS. KLECTOHATj TICKET. FOR THE STATE AT LARGE. IIAIME rriTO.offunincr. . If. . TAVI.Oll, of farter. o tub coNcnrsaioSAt districts: 1. J. W. PEADERICK, of Washington. 3. O. P. TEMPLE, of Knox. 8. ALFRED CALDWELL, of Mcllinn. 4. H. 8. STANTON, of Jnckson. ft. E. I. GOLLADAY. of Wilson. . WM. F. KERCHEVAL, of Lincoln. 1. JOHN 0. BROWN, of Giles. 8. JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery. . 9. ALVIN HAWKINS, of Carroll. ' 10. D. B. NABORS, of Shelby. OLAEK8VILLE Friday, August 81, 1860. We hope the people of Montgomery county will not forget that, on Monday next, the three Electors for this Dis...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 31 August 1860

0T KKULETT A GRANT. Local Editor. Friday, August 81, 1860. i i hi I . t t&" Chronicle Office ir.tr Pickering J- Ely' I Star. Blor'SulMcriptioua mint Invariably be paid for In ADVANCErn BQU Candidate announcing their natde for of fice, awuf oy the in advance, T. F. HENRY, Esq., Will address th F.KLL AND EVERETT CLUB to-morrow night, at th Court-house. Let all tura out and hear him. W hart board feart expressed that the poor prospect for crop, In this aectioa of country, and th probable crrlty of money,' cooeequent upon tbi, will, perhaps, keep many persons from retora Ing their children to school here, who would cer tainly otherwise lead them. IV can hardly ba iler that thuwill be the case, at all but certainly not with those wbon children are advanced, and ill b too old to re-enter school In ft year from now. Education la of such vast Importune that it ought to be conferred on children, at any possible coat or sacrifice ; and no parent should, fora moment, think f interrupting o...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 31 August 1860

jLEOpRiSTraLUMfji: REALESTATE AGENT i And AUCTIONEER! Tnankful for the gonerous patronage bestowed" lur tbe last thirteen years, I solicit a continuance of wi anmc, and shall do nil in tny power M tisnril to 7 make U the interest of the people to put their busi ness In my hands- to do. I rel confident, from my long experience, that I am better prepared to sub. . serve your inicresi man ever, irom tne lact that i am belter known, and twtter poscd in regard to the wants of tlit people. '.I will give strict attention to the selling of Real Estate, either private, or pub- . ir. and shall mnk it my siudu to know the want f of the community; so that if a mHn bos prpperty of any tcma to sell, riy putting it in my bands, be n ill Cud a buyer, if there is one in the country, for his ' article.:- I will also give my attention to the rent ing of city property, to the selling or hiring of ser- ' rant, and in fact to the selling of all kinds of property, either public or private. ; 1 hats an Auc...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 September 1860

L! . , , 1 U L-U 1 ' 1 I I riR""!--.-!- jr-Lij J."'?J-'.'i '!'-"-.. .,--1 J".' J.J.. J. rL- 'J -- r , -V-t"- 1 - 1-1J.'..-..';LLJ L.'JlJ-lJiLJl'll'''!: Ail Li-l-l!U.. ' JmSSkJLJk,r3gXgSS!9 VOLUME 11. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER .7, 1800.,,. , J ; NUMBER 41. If ft.. J S. S. WILLIAMS, OLAKKSVIL.LE, : TEXN.. Statement of the Capital, Assets and Liabilities of !J The Insurance 'Company of the' -Valley of Virginia," JULY lot, 1860, , To U filed tcllh iht Comptroller of tU SlaU of .Tenntuee, and atjrtealle to th . v form prtteribed ly the law of taid State. lt. The name end locality of the Company located at Winchester, v." 2d. Tht amount of Capital Stork, 3d.- Tin amount of Capital Stock paid up, ' ' The remainder if represented by Stock Note of undoubted security, " The Insurance Company of the Valley of Virginia, $300,000 SB5.325 4,675 4th. ' ASSETS OF ME COMPANY. 1st Amount of Cash on hand in the bands of agents and othrr persons, 2d. Real Estate, 3d. Bonds awncd by the Comi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 September 1860

R. W. TIIOM AS, J. 8. VKBLKTT, . A. URANT, . j 'puUiehi. A1. AnnoniMttK Manlayw ami Deaths, free , trhituariat and Tribute of Htvpcct, over tea Knee, ehdi ged for as other advcrtlsementa. 'Iffl AH Communication taunt be addresred to the Editor. Runinese letters to the Publishers. For Tresident, IIOT- JOHN. OK TENNESSEE.- For Vice-President, HON. EDWARD 13 VE11ETT, OP1: MASSACHUSETTS. ELECTOHAT. TICKET. FOK TnE STATE AT LARGE. I1AIMU PEYTON, of Sumner. K. C. TAYLOU, or t arter. ton tnt coxanrwioKAL DitnticTK 1. J. TV'. PEADERICK, of Washington. 2. O. P. TEMPLE, of Knox. a. ALFRED CALDWELL, of McMinn. 4. 8. S. STANTON, of Jackson. B. E. I. GOLLADAY,f Wilson. . WM. F. KERCHEVAL, of Lincoln. 7. JOHN C. BROWN, of Oile. . JOHN P. HOUSE, of Montgomery. 0. ALV1N HAWKINS, of Carroll. 10. D. B. NABORS, of Shelby. CLARK8VILLE. Friday, September 7, 1860. The Speaking last Monday. Of the speaking last Monday, we have but lit fie to ay. Those who heard it have formed their own estimate), and thos...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 September 1860

fitA ami gjto gtro. KKBLETT OR AST, Ltml Editor. Friday, -September 7, 1860. 0QT Chronick OjJUe over lttkering Ely' Star. SOP Subscription mutt Invariably b paid fur In JkDVAJfCE.l&i BtjL. Candidates announcing their name fur of f ce, must prry the fee in advance. " ; The Railroad Celebration. At a meeting held at tlx offic of Quorle k Har rcll, on Tuesday last, composed of a Committee from tliu Common Council of the city, a Committee from the Board of Director of the M. C , k L. K. R. end a Committee from the Citiico Meeting held tli night previous, upon the call published in the Jeffereonian, and to which we referred in our last i-wiie, the Common Council Committee and the Railroad Committee voted to celebrate the connec tion of thU city with Louisville by rail, on Satur tirdny, the 22d of thii month, by a grand Dinner at Moore's Uolel, Inciting the City Officer of Louis ville, Memphis, Bowling Green and Rtluelviile, the Presidcnu and Directors of the Louisviile and Nash ville...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 September 1860

LEONARD'S COLUMN! REAL ESTATE AGENT - . .And - .. AUCTIONEER! TtiAulful fo tilt gmrou patronage bestowed' fbr the Inet thirteen year, I solicits continuance of the same, and shall do nil in my power as usual to tnak It tbe interest or the prop' to put their busi nest lu my hand to do. v t fuel conlidcut, (Vom my long experience, that I am. better prearcd to sub aurvyour interest than tver, thiut tbe fact that I am batter known, and better posted" in regard to tbe want of ttio people." 1 will piv strict Attention to tbe telling of Heal Estate, either private or pub lic, and ahull nuike it my itudy to know the want of the community; so that if a man has prevty ol any kind to sell, by putting it in my bands, be Kill find buyer, if there is one in tbe country, for bis article. I will also o-iva hit attention to tha rent. lng of city property, to the telling or hiring of ser vants, and in fact to the telling of all kinds of property, either public or priTute. have an Auction licnut for t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 September 1860

-J J.V 1 ' " ' ' '"' " ' " ' ' ' ' I' ' '" '.l i 'r LjJL. 1 1 l.i u i ill i.j miBMi'iMii'i i Tin, ., "iiim.m ' .1 " -' n n n'V ' ' l m m i'i ill i i mi iiiimiimm 11 m . -.L 'minim VOLUME 11. S. S, ' WILLIAM S ; : ::,CL,ATvKB.VIL L, Ji, T 131 -jST isT. OFFICE OF 1 XSL'It AXCK COM 1 ' RTATF.VEXT of the Company at thi date, made to comply with the laws or llio titnte of Tenncs- which requires: " "' .''- - - lit Then 'me and locality of the company. " " ' ' . The "Insurance Company of the Stale ot Yitginhi' of Ricumond.' " 2nd The amount of its Capital Stock. Three hundred thousand dollars 3rd The amount of said Capital Stock paid In. Throo hundred thousand dollar.. i.i... 4th. -The AwcM of the Company Including, J ' 'i Jt, The amount of cash oil hand, nud lu the crgoni. J . ? Ou hand..'... J..'.. ' ' Til Agents bauds 'iid,.To lte il Kalutc owned by the company unincumbered. None liicumliercd or uuinciiiubereiL ' ' :iid, ltoudj owned by the Company and how llicj arc secured, with the t ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 September 1860

--r-tt tor ai naA gjte gtetoj. KK II LETT GBAXT. Ltal Sdiion. Friday, Feptember 14, 1860. Afri7Suljcriptiona asawt lavariahly be paid fcr la BrtuCundidalet announcing their Minn for of- tott, mttW pny the ft M aJwnfe. "" ' General Quarks' Speech. ,On last Saturday night, lion! J in. M. Qiarlks, 1m compliance with previous en II Uion him, sign ed by tome three hundred or more uf till friends here, addressed the "citiieot of Clarksville, and vi fluilT, uKa the poliiim fame of the present time. Tbe speaking was at the cornof of Kranklln and Tlilnl streets, where there was not only room for any number of svri, but where comfortable tent bid Leen provided, in nn adjoining yard, for th -ommodstion ot Mitt, of whom there were be tween one and t- hundred pre-vnt. The crow, altogether, we tliiuk, aumbered between fire and tight hundred person; the latter figure being, no ...djulit, nearer the trite number. , f Ma. Qi.'4Ri.e, at first, w tuWing under a hoars keel that Interfered A good deal w...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 September 1860

(Slavic vitlc ''(Sluomtlc. R. W. THOMAS, Editor. S. P. NEHLETT, ' r ,. . J. A. liHANT, TubUthm. ItrtV. Anncnr.nins: MarriiHn and liealha, free, Obittuu-ir and Tributes of Respect, ofcr ten lines, Charged fur M other drtironta. JSST All Oommunh Uon nraat be addreamd to the Editor. BusIiimi letters to the Publisher. For President, HOIST. JOHN 13H1LL, OF TENNESSEE. For Vice-President, IION.EDWAIID KVmtETT, OF MASSACHUSETTS. ELECTORAL, TICKET. FOR THE STATE AT LARGE. nilUi: PKTTOX, of funmcr. BT. C. TAYLOn, or Carter. roa thi ooseitnsiovAfc district 1. J. W. DEADERICK. of Washington. . O. P. TEMPLE, of Knox. 8. ALFRED CALDWELL, of UcMinn. 4. B. S. STANTON, of Jackson. 6. E. 1. GOLLADAY, of V, titan. . WH. F. K EltOIl EVA L, of Lincoln. 7. JOHN C. BROWN, of Giles. f. JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery 9. ALVIN HAWKINS, of Carroll. 10. D. B. NABORS, of Shelby. CLARK8VIL LH2, Friday, September 14, 1860. We understand tliat Wm. A. Quarles, Eq., In hit debate with J. E. Bailey, Esq., at Fredonis, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 September 1860

14 If. MABtt'Sf-COLOMIili REAL ESTATE AGENT AUO-TrONBE-HJI th,m- nndW.alldonl .,.-,,wcr n, s, J t. . . , , - nri ll (III TUlurevl Ol I lie people IO pill IHCIT 1IUS1- 'mM in my hand to fli. I f'c-t confident, from ihv kiug cxperkni-e, that I flirt Letter prepared tu'suh c rvp jour interest than ever, from the liu t that I niu bcllctliiow n, aud Utter posted In regard lolHr wants of llie people. I will give strict attention to the soiling of Real Estate, 0'lln-r Jifivr.tp or pub lie, 'mid- rhnll make It my rtitdy it hon the wants tf the CMmuimiity; so that if n nmn has property of uiy kiij to sell, hy putting it In tijv hands, he" w ill find buyer, if there Is one in the country, fur his article. I ill also give my attention to the reuU lug f tltjr iirowrtr, to ine" selling or liirin? of Ff r yuli, nnj in fuvl to I lie filling of uli kinJaol iiro()Cty,.jitltt puiilio or priv.ito. , ' '. . " .' 1 hurt u Awtiun Home for the citr of Kcw rrovidi uie, nlrd, nnr w III In iuiy; nt ull limu ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 September 1860

' -. - ..... . A " -i ; . . . .j afa A J..lJ..iUliLl.-JIJ'''!!.'L.lil.l11'11!! NUMBER:;'.. -VOLUME li: , CLARKSVILLE; TENN., FEIDAY,. SEPTEMBER 21, 18C0. . . . . . . : - .t . w ami lilt ' ?.! '. ".. ..!-.-. r rf . t... . ,-..- (w ! . . . -it . OFFICB OF INSURANCE COMPANY-OP THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, , k f" ..' t. . .t -.. : .(-.1 . ; . -' - 'i Richmond, July 1, 1880. r STATEMENT of the Comiiany at this date wade to comply with lb Uwi uf tb Btate of Teunes- wbiob require i .. ,. ,.:(. v. t i- , i . i .. . ,; l-Tht name and locality of th compavy. , ' 'I Th "insurance Company of tb Suu of Viiginia" of RIcuraond. iua in amount of it Capital Mock. 1 tire hundred thousand dollar. 3rd i-Tn amount of taid Capital Slock paid in. j- Thn hundred thousand dollar.. ............. The Awli of the Company including. -n -.Jit, The msounl uf nuih ou hand, and in tbe hand of AgeuU and othtr .,- l)abnd...v . $4,42 3li la Agent bnudt. 403 87 t , - Sod, To Rtal EcUle tivoeA hjr tho cominj unincumbered. . i...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 September 1860

R. W. THOMAS, Editor. J. K NEBLETT, t. A. ORAM. Annoanr4ntr Harsinj' end Death, free, trbiluarie aad Trtfcate of Reypcct, over ten tinea, Iigcd for a ctlia advertisement. aWI All Commonitnlion must tie arhhTsred to t h Editor. Rusinrea letter to the Publishers, For President, J-IOIS". JOI-IIST BELTL, OF TENNEPPEE. For Vice-President, IION.EDWAItDKVERETT, OP MASSACHUSETTS. ELECTORAI, TICKET. FOR TIIE STATE AT LARGE. miLTE PKI TOIV, of Sumner. ' W. C TAILOR, of Carter. von the onxaRtMioTAt, eibtriiiw. 1. J. W. DEADKUICK, of Wasbicgton. i. O. P. TEMPLE, of Knox. 3. ALFRED CALDWELL, of McMinra, . S. 8. STANTON, of Jackson. 6. E. L COLLADAY, ef Wilson. . WM. F. KERCH EYAL, of Lincoln. t. JOHN C. BROWN, of Giles. . JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery. t. ALVIN HAWKINS, of Carroll. 10. D. B. NABORS, of Shelby. CLARKSVILLE. Friday ,SeptemberI21,fl860. Republican Encouraging the African Slave Trade. On wrong begets another, and every wrong, sooner or later, Infllcta'adcquate puninisment upon the ev...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 September 1860

NEB LETT ft GRANT, Lmrmt Jftnftr. rriday, September 21,1860. t& Chratmk OJtee over Picker f flf'i Store. 'v.,;. . - fc .. , r 'l, 1 Subscription miMt invariably be mid for in t"JA Candidate announcing thair ham for of llee, mutt pay the fee m titanet. The Railroad Banquet. . The celebration of the completion of the railroad from thi pine via Rnsscllvllle and Bowling Uretn U Louiirtlto, occurred lAst Tuesday evening, and wbi one of the tnott sun-cssfut and elegant social rcunloni we have ever witnessed. It I'M at fint intended by our eitisen to have the celebration oa the l'2d next Satartlay and on that day, to give a tremendous free barbecue to the community and kitor at Urge, and, at night, a (upper at Moore's Hotel, to the special (nest ; but thii arrangement Vat nlmndoned, In consequence of advice from our Louisville friends that they were coming through, to pny us a little neighborly visit, oa the 18th. This short notice precluded the idea of a barbecue, so the City Authorit...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 September 1860

r LEOiiARD'SVCOLUMNi! Heal estate agent . ; v -! r : "vyj(X ' -. " d .- AXJCTIOKBBR! TViaukful 4r"tbe pvneiviin patronage beaowed fur the hat thirteen yewta, I Mirita mttnuaiee of tli puma, and chull dwall in my power as tMital to make it tbe interest of the people to put their busi ness in my hands to do. I fed confident, from my loug experience, that t am bettor prercl to eul serve, your Interest than ever, fi-oui the fact that I am better known, aud better posted in regard to the! wants of the people. -I will git itrict attention to the selling' of Real Estate, either private or pub liu, and tluill nmke it my ttudy to- kmne the wants of the cuuimuuitv; no tlmt if it man hu property ut any to scH,.liy putting it in my Iinmln, lit will find a buyer, if there is one in the country, for hit article.' I wit! alfo give, my attention 1o the rent ing of city property, to the' selling or hiring of scr auto, and in fact to flit rclling of all kind of jiroperty, either public or privnte. :J...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 September 1860

zioj ; . ',1. -1 l. VOLUME 11. CLAMS VILLIV ..TENN., F11IDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 18G0. NUMBER 44. .1 . i.t f4 S. S. W I :.?' - I0c 1 tie tt it s' V ill is, t e -n :lnt. .' '1 Int. OFriCE OF iNSfftAXCKf COMPANY OF THE STATE OK VIRGINIA, ' Richmond, July 1, 18C0. STATEMENT of the Cominy lit tliil dale, made la comply with the laws of the Slats of Tennes see which require: lt The nam and locality of the company. .,.... The "insurance Company of the Statu of Virginia" of tlicumond. '''-' ' 2nd The amount of IU Capital Stock. t 'Three huudred thousand dollurs '..'..$300,000 00 Crd -The amount of mid Capital Stock paid in. x Three hundred thousand dollurs .7 $300,000 00 Mth. The Asset of the Company including, . let, Tho amount of nub uu hand, mid iu the hands of Agents and other t-. peruu. y r .On limid .WJtW.a.a w . - Iu Agent Imnda 2nd,, To Rcul Estate owned by the company uniucuiubercd. None Incumbered or unincumbered. 3rd, Bonds owned by the Company and how they ore secured, with the .. r...

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