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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 September 1860

(Static rills (Chtcnidc; ft. W. THOMAS, Editor. J. 8. NF.BLKTT, J. A.GRANT, PvlUehrru RtV. Announcing Marriages and Deaths, tYee, Ohituariifi and Tributes of Rorpcct, over lea Snee, charged for M other advertisement. TcH" AD Communu-ritkins mnat I addressed to tbe til i tor. , BiKtrvT letters to the Publishers, For President, HOIST. JOPI3ST HEIL, , OP TENNESSEE. For Vice-President, I ION. EDWARD EVE11ETT, OF MASSACHUSETTS. ELECTOKAIj ticket, ror the state at large. I1A1XIE 1'CYTOIV, or Snmncr. N. C. TAYLOH, of Carter. FOB THS CDNOntMIOKAL DI8T1IICTS! J. W. TiEADERlCK, of Washington. a. O. P. TEMPLE, of Knox. 3. ALFRED CALDWELL, of Mcllinn. 4. H. S. STANTON, of Jackson. Jl. E. I. GOLLADAY, of Wilson. 0. WM. F. KERCH EVAL, of Lincoln. 7. JOHN C. BROWN, of Giles. . JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery. 9. ALVIN HAWKINS, of Carroll. 10. D. B. NABORS, of Shelby. tlit plntformoft which ht stand, end rY-pndiatcd the only measure insisted upon by the disnuh-ftfetiHft'IiV whom he is acting. J What o...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 September 1860

NEBLKTT GRANT. Local Editor: , Friday, September 28, 1860. Chronic Qfle over I'tc ker tnf Ely'l glar. flaf Subscription most !nrartal1jr be paid for In ti sjl ' ... -- " Candidate announcing thtlr name fur of fice, mutt poy lh$ m at advance. tQ0ar Fair Orounds, Including nil the build ing art bow complete, and It remain only to 'clean up, and put on a few finishing toadies, here and there, to make them all ready for the approach Sag Fair; and wa certainly may well be proud of them. ' The location b an admirable one not only In Its local advantage, but In IU easy accessibility from all point. The grounds He between the Roellvil!e tnrnpikeand the M. C. ft L. Railroad In sight of both, and tliu within half an hour' travel by the one, and ten minute' by the other. As to the tmprorements upon the ground, they are said to be the finest in the State. Krery ne cessary building has been erected, and the whole enclosed by a nice, substantial fence. The Direc tors of the Society bare certainly...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 September 1860

LtUNAKlrS UULUMM " REAL ESTATE AGENT . " '" ; ' ; .And ' "! AUCTIONEER ! . Thankfal fur tlie generous patronage bestowed asrth. last thirteen years, I solicit a continuance of the Minis, and shall do nil in my power m usual to make it the interest of the people to put their busi ness in my hands to do. 1 fuel confident, from my km f experience, that I em better prepared to sub serve your interest thin ever, from the fuct that I am better known, aud better tawted In regard to tlie WnnU of the people. I will stive strict attention to the selling of Kent Estate, either prirnto or ptib kc, and shall make it mr ttudu to know the wants of the community, to that If a man has property of any kind to tell, by putting it in my hnnds, lie will find buyer, if there if one in the country, for his article. I will also giro uiy attention to tlie rent ing of city property, to the celling or hiring of ser vant, and in fact to the telling of all kinds of property, either public or private. have an Au...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 October 1860

I.J volume n: CLARKSVILLE, TENN., I'BIDAY, OCTOBEU-5,' 1800. NUMBER 45. -- - , . . . . - ' ' ' V 1 . Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheet every J V.Aiy morning, tjr NEBLETT & GRANT, ' l'mlli$h$r$ and Propritlon TERMS: $2 rSRAKAUM JfT ADVAA'CS. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. . foa oia aquAna or twelvs mn on less. v3ne Insertion A t -jTwo Insertions Three insertion : "One month $1 1 3 Two months ' Three montlii fix Wont hi Twelve months (4 BO 6 00 9 00 15 00 Agent for ' -"THE SOUTHERN EX TRESS COMPANY, .til I'EXXS V fV AXIA BAIL ROAD.' tiUAKEli UtY INSURANCE COMPANY. CaARTEU OAK fclFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Y 'Small packages or heavy freight will b tent by Express, at reasonable rates. ' " '." Through receipts, over Pennsylvania Railroad, rfven (ut Tobacco, Flour, and other freights de .destined fur th Eastern cities ; ... i Fir, Life and Inland Navigation Tlskl taken In the abave reliahlo Companies. jeeMSce at W. M. Pollock k Cos Clothing (tore Hq. 12, Fraaklln Street. JMarch 6, 18U0-IC H...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 October 1860

(Sh&vxt SItv0nuIc. IL TV. THOMAS, Arttor. J. A. CRANT, Annoum-imf Harriejrr it Deaths, free , (ihiliturie nrul Tiibufes of Ilespwt, oVer ten Jim, charged for ns other advertiemc nU. 81? All CommiiicfltK must be addressed to th Kditor. l!uine letters to Die Publisher. ' For President, n6isr. joiiisr bell, OF TENNESSEE. For Vice-President, 3 ION. EDW Alt D EVERETT, CP MASSACHUSETTS. EEECTOltAT. TICKET. : FOR THE STATE AT LARGE. It AIM U I'CVTO.V, or Sumner. If . . TAYLOn, of C'ai I cr. KK m CONUSLWUOXjli. 1I8TH1T 1. J. W. DEAPERlCK, of Washington. 2. U. P. TKMI'LK, of Kimx. 3. ALFRKD CALDWELL, or McMJna. 4. H, 8. STANTON", of Jackson. 5. E. I. GOLbAOAY, of Wilson.' ' ', . WM. K. KERCHEVAL, of Liicoln. 1. JOHN C. BROWN, of Giles. H. JOHN F. HorRE, of MontoraCTT. 9. ALV1N HAWKINS, of Carroll. 10. I. B: NABOBS, of Shelby. C IA: RKSVILLE. Friday, October 5, 1860. Ilrccklnrldge and those Questions AVo ngrce with Mr. Bkhckixbuios, that corruption has made fearful Inroads upon the purity...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 October 1860

NEBLETT CRiJfT. Lord Editor: JFriday, October 5th, 1860. t& Chronicle OjXet tttr Pichermj $ E4yt Store, - . . t-3jf uWril.liooi must Invarialdy be paid for In AUVAXCKr&l BELL AND EVERETT RALLY ;'. and IJnsket Aroctingl : . AT HAMPTON'S SWING, OS lATlHOAY OCTOI1F.R 13th. There will be e Grand Bell Hod Everett Rally tod Basket Meeting, tit Hampton's Spring, Mont gomery County, (tout 8 mile from Clnrksville on the Railroad, on Saturday 13th Intt. lion. Jus. M. uarlca, John F. House, and Jiw. E. Bnlley will be n hand in make speeches. Several distinguished speakers from abroad have also been Invited and are Expected to be la attendance. Let the people from fell iparU of the country come out and bear tlie truth proclaimed by the distinguished orator. Mr. J. P. Illsley, the geutlomanly and acenmmo "dUtinjj Superintendent of our Railroad, has agreed o send out a special train that morning at 9 o'clock A, M. and passenger can return on the 4:40 train the same evening. ' P. H. J. a S...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 October 1860

V 1 1 (r , 1 At LEONARD'S COLUMN! 7 HEAL ESTATE AGENT AUCTIONEER! TiiankM for the srweruns txvtronniro liestowed tbf tlx hut thirteen year, I solicit continuniice of the mnia, and shall do all In my power m Biml to make It the interest of the people to put their busl , Bens la my lunula to do. , 1 feel confident, from my long exporiuuee, that I nm hcttcr prepmrj to sub atrve your Interest than ever, from the fort flint 1 imn better known, and better posted in regard to fli wants of the people. 1 will give ttriet attention , to the selling of lieu! Estate, either private or pub lie, and lhall make It my tl'idy to know the wants of U. wxtumunity, to that if a man hoi property of my kind to lell, by putting it In my hands, he will find a buyer, if there ia one in the coon try, for hi article. I will also give-my attention to the rent ing of city property, to the telling or hiring of aer vantt, and in fact to ths telling of all kinds of property, citlier public or privHte. " " hurt un A...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 October 1860

. n,-mm mimMmm WOT tt:t -rr --i .v, .. . -A KT TT ,1 ,-v f ... "VI I 5 12 I ."17". : "TT T .1 ... . SI til WiMMiMMWiiifw i I VOLUME 11. , v : ..i l .1'' !!i.IL,,.;!.!lil i 1 M-vj I B ,T. A." T "T. ,V .it- E M E 1ST T " ,.,.,'. 'V'.,'-; ' OP THE.v-t-tVI l."c';ire1 T Liverpool and London Fire and Life Iiisuraiico Compart jT,j TO JULY 1st; 1800, I. !ViMC-"THK LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE AND L1FH INSURANCE COMPANY." . Bramr 60 Wall, Afo 69 61 Pin Stuxrt, Nr.w Yohr. -' 1. Amuniit of Capital Stock... .'......... ...... .......V.. l.noo.ODOOO I. Paid In. ;'V,Withi rjilns and reserved: fund..Af...'H,,.. . t rw . r " " 0 "' Assets in the United States. t. Cash on Und...... In hands ef Ageuh. ....... ...V 1.. .......... ). Real Iitnte owned br the Comnnnr. unenrunibcrrd -3. Bond and MortpugRa nd Rcnl Ulat in the United State!), held by Tru-' t! in New York, $100,000 of which are dcpa-itid with the (.'orui-.. tmllrr uf the Suite of Nw Ynrk. j. J Pur Ctul. UmUs of cities of 8UU of New York, a: ,,...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 October 1860

(EliuhsiiUc (Slitauiclc. . ... ft. V. TilOMAfV gd.tor. " -" i. A. VHANT, lJMeri. itf. Anwiir1ft!r Mrrt(i(rt unit Efolbs, free, 'bitari end Tribute nf fct-pn-f, o'S ten lines, rUrgd fir ju , trier ndvytWt-metit. rff All Gt'nimunitutloti infijf be urtitrofwl to LJilor. HoKinift K-ttitf to the F'tblishan. - t ' For President, N ; HOIST. JOHK BELL, ' OF TENNESSEE. , .. For Vice-President, ..HON. EDWARD EVEltETT, V - - : 1 OF MASSACHtSETTS. ELECTOltAIi TICKET. FOR THE STATE AT LARGE. V1AIMC IETO., or Sumner. K. . TAYLon, of (niler. ' "0 THI OON'CmetdllOSAt DKTStCni 1. J. W. DEADTTRKK. of Warbinglon. . O. P. TEMPLE, of Knox. 3. ALFRED CALDWELL, nf McMlnn... ; 4. 8. 8. FTANTON, of Jackson. 8, K. I. C.OLLADAY, m" Wilson. 1 6. WM. F, KKIICHEVAL, of Lincoln. 7. JOHN C. BnOWS, of Giles. a. JOHN F. BOI'SE. of Montgomery. 9. ALVIX HAWKINS, of Carroll. ' 10. D. B. NADORH, of Shelby. CLAKK8VILLE. Friday, October.12, 1860. "t regret that Tam now to die In tlie belief, that i'.ie useless sacrifice o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 October 1860

ih nail gjntt gfem; KkBLKTT 4 URANT. Ltttl BJittf.. 'Friday, October 12th, 1860. -. i .1, - ftkaT Cfontt-- Offti ovtr Itfkrrmy f Ely' Story. BidytiuUiTiptiotuI tniut Invurialily b prfid for in Efi. Soma of the thii enacted down' "town Saturday night were the tiioxt ludicrous and luiigh bl ever heard of before, anj where. It would be altogether useless lo attempt description of them. On gentleman mounted on a dry-goods box wnnt d to divide tin with aey Breckinridge speaker that might bar the temerity to tbow himself. An other, who after several Incffcctaol efforts, at Inst got up on a pit of grindstones, mid he was "'ston islicd y '.man viuM W 'bout In' win polities oo 'cuius like this, bu 'f they'd li'tcn to him he'd tell 'em how tin Kansif-KelirasVy hill op'ruteil oo the tariff." ' A gait somebody pushed a very limber luokiig' gentleman up on the box and Introduced hint to the crowd as A. O. P. JJichulson, of Mnnry ; jut the dhtln ;iilshcd stranger Indignantly denied this intputati...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 October 1860

T. w HEAL', ESTATE AGENT ' 'And" V'"' AUOTIOHEEHi ThnokfUl tbr tb getierons patmtisgt bestowed- " " minrcn yirs i oiiclt a eontinuaw ol Hi Mis, and shall 1)0 all in tny ptrwcr m ostial to urn u Hi Intere of Ilia people to j.ot their bust neas Id my boo. Is lo do. 1 feel cunndent, frons Sjj king expwienon, Uwt 1 m bettor prepared to nb servo yntir inUrest tlnft ever, from th fact that 1 xa better known, trad better ported lu regard to the want of th people. I will gtv strict attention to tha artllng of Real E 'tdlc, either private of pub lic, and shall make It my tint to know tti wants of th mminunlty; so tliat lr a ninn has property -if mjf ft-mo to sell, by putting it hi my band, he will And a buyer; if tUvb 1 one la the country, ftr bin article. I will also give my attention to the renting- of city property, to the selling or hiring of ser vants end In flict to the .n H'ng of all klmk of yvopeny, eitncr pnnuc or private. , Air on Aurtion lieente for the city of New Providence, als...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 October 1860

.. -ja . r r'-t. -jflt vV it it 'Mr- I Hi.... . l . . ... - - . - - ' . . VOLUME 11. -i.-Ui . ".. l . i . I",. "lA.' T E M -35 1ST T . " of the. '.:;:.:V LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE AND LIFE INS, CO. TO JULY lstM860; - V , - ; 1. NAME "TIIK TjIVERPOOL -WD LONDON FIRK AND LIFE IXSURAXCK COMPAXT." Hraxcm KB Wall, axd f k 61 Pine Street, New York. 2. Amount of Capitel Htock . :......... ....$1,000,000 00 B. Paid In..!.. 043,610 00 ' 4. WltU jurplu and reserved, fund . .. ,000,585 t'O Assets in the 1. dull on Lunl. ...... '............ " in band af audits . 3, Real Kstate owned by the Company, unencumbered.. ft. Bowls and Mortgage nnd Real Estate In tlie United States, held by Trus ! . tns In New Wk. 100,000 of nhl h are deposited' with tlie Comp- ' truller of the HtMe of New York.; Ier Cent, mot ki of titici of Sute of New York, Tit: City of Buffalo . " ' KofheHtcr 4. IMit to the Company nwured by Mort;nK0 M abot No. 9 O. Otherwiae aevured 4. Vor Premluma Rtwut .' 7. All utlier seruritiv...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 October 1860

(Etatltfvilfe Chronicle." 1 PUheT: 3. 5. JCKPt.ETT, J. A. HH ANT, tfV. Aiinonn.-i- UrTia?r and th-ofl,, free, ihituorie ami TtibH of Respect, ovtr ten line. rWfod for M other ndmUtcment. Pnf All Cornniunicntkin mnst be addressed lo t -e Editor. Business fetter to th Publisher. " " For President, HON. JOHN BELL, OF TENNESSEE., For Vice-President, 1 ION. EDWA IID EVF.lt ETT, ' 01? MASSACHUSETTS. EI-ECTOIlAt. TICKET. . . FOR THE STATE AT LARGE. BAILIE rETTOS, of tumnrr. 15. G. TAYLOR, of Carter. (OB TNI OOWGUSKUOJIAL DISTRICT .-I. J. W. DEADEHICR. of Washington. J. 0. P. TEMPLE, of Knox. 3. ALFM.O CALDWELL, of McMinn.'. . 4. 8. 8. STANTON", of Jackson. 6. E. I. COMADA Y, of Wilson. WM. F. KEROHF.VAL, of Lincoln. 1. JOHN C. HROv:C, of Giles. 6. JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery. . ALVIN' HAWKINS, of Carroll. 10. D. II. N A nOUS, of Shelby. CLA RRSVIL X. E . Friday, October 19, 1860. Ifift Our neighbor, under the head, "Who are th contestants," baa reread himself this week, iu a effort to pro...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 October 1860

(EfH-tfT Jk OR ANT. ral Friday, October 19th, I860. fejr 7ArWI Ofic over Ficktrmg .J ty Start. I - . M ! ii . i - " '. fejrSntMTipttoM ttuat inynrialdy be paid tot in OUR FAIR. This U the la pr tbttt we shall issue btfore oar Count; Fair will commence, and we wish again to tay to our rentier that everything promise that wt will have one of th most interesting nnd tuc reatrul Fairs ever held la Tennessee. Everything that could be done by the Director, to ensure the inccest of the enterprise, has, we bcliev, lieen done. It U aot accessary for a to pi into mioiita details of the arrangement of the ground, buildings, Ac, for bare several timet ipoken at length of them. The; are at complete and elegant as any association of the kind la this Slate. The Amphitheatre buil ding b a fplendld structure not only strong and substantial, but it is a fine building. Comforable aeati have been constructed, rising in tier, one abort another, around the entire circle with a wide promenade flojr at the...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 October 1860

LEONARD'S COLUMN! HEAL ESTATE AGENT i ' ' .And ". ' . ' . AtTOTIONBEH! Thankful Kit the grncrcu patronage tetowed fl Uie last thirteen yfr", I solicit continuance ol the, miu, and shall do nil hi my power a usual to make It the Inlere: of the people to put their busi ness in my hand to ir. f feel confident, from ni) long experience, tluit I nm better prepared to sub serve your Interest thae, ever, from the &ct that I ant better kaown, ami liettrr (xxtlvd in regard to the want of the people. 1 will give strict attention to Ue idling of Kcl Estate, either private or pub Uc and sliall make it my tludy to know tli nut of tin community; aothat if a man hn prvpertyol any Amd to sell, by putting it in my bauds, be will fiiul buyer, if there I (me in the couutry, for hi article. I will also give my attention to the rent ing of city proiierty, to the telling or hiring of nr- vaoU, and in tact to the celling of all kind of property, either public r priva. I hart an Auction Umu for the cit...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 October 1860

CHROMIC A. 6 VOLUME 11. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1800. NUMBER 48, TP. 3t s t a. t e :sr t: isr t OF THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE AND LIFE INS. CO. TO JULY 1st, 1860. 1. NAME "TIIK LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY." Branch B6 Wall, ano f9 k t'-l Pise Stkkit, New York. 2. Amount of Cap'tnl Stock $1,000,000 00 . Paid in .' 943,f.l000 4. With surplus and reserved fund G,OG6,r85 CO Assets in the United States. 1. Cash on hand $r.4,203 R7 " in hands ef agri.U 37,446 57 91,6.r0 44 2. Real Estate owned by thn Company, unencumbered 80,000 00 5. Honda and Mortgages and Ileal Estate in tbo United States, held by Trus tee in New York, $KO,ono of which ore deposited with the Comp troller of the State of New York 692,300 00 0 Per Cent, slocks of cities of Slate of New York, viz: City of Buffii! 40,000 00 " " Rochester 27,000 70,000 00 4. Debts to the Company second by Mortgage as above No. 3 6. Otherwise secured 2,500 00 6. For Premiums aliout 40,000 7. AH oili...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 October 1860

0- V. TII01U.H, Mlor. . !S. NF.I1LETT, J. n. CHANT, Vf Announcing Marrispxi htkI Deaths, free, Obituaries and Trihntea of Ilespect, oru. trn lines, .h,,,-, iinveritapinenu. A" ''""'"""'iciitioiui must 1lrHril to tne minor, wwim letters to the I'ltMielini. For President, IIOM-. JOHN 1OTJLJL, MK TKNNEKSEK. For Vicc-rresident, I ION. EDWARD EVER ETT, MAysAcursKTTa OF ELECTORAL TICKET. tVR THE STATE AT LARGE. nMK rcVTO., or Snmntr. K. . TAYLORf of nrtrr. fo Tire oootieys:oxAL rjiKTiiicm 1. J. W. DEADEUICK, of TVashincto. a. O. P. TEMPLE, of Knox. 3. ALFRED CALDWELL, of Hcliinn. 4. f. f. STANTON', of Jnckron. K. I. COLL AD A V. of Wilson. . WM. F. KKUCHEVAL, of Lincoln. 1. JOHN P. BROWN, of Giles. 5. JOHN V. HOl'SE, of Montgomery. . ALVIN HAWKINS, of Carroll. " 0. D. B. NABOUS, of Shelby. OL.ARKBV.TLLE. Friday October 26, I860. BfJi. A dispatch from Philadelphia, of the 10th y the Douglas Slate Executive Committee wKlu drew its electoral ticket, though still endorsing Uongliu and Johnson...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 October 1860

NKBLETT k GRANT. Loral VA.ton. Friday, October 26th, 1860. feiT Chreriieti OJJi wtf Piebrinf .J Elf'i Slur. SSuloT!pt1on mast Invariably 1 paid fitr in ADl'AXCKrisll TIIE FAIR. Tin first annual Fair of the "MoSTOOMCiit Coum- rr AiiHlcrLTiAt. and MscrusicAl Awotutiom,'' opened on Inst Tuesday, ami has been going on ev ery day since, and will close to-morrow. Croat fears, were entertained that wt would have bad weather, o.ving to the lateness of tho sriisoni aim of the Jdgc onglit to be to award the preini nnd the cold, inclement Sunday preceding the opcu-Jum to the tuo-4 deserving nrtirles witliout personal ing day looked like on otnen of real izntion of those partiality, or prejudice, even when they are inform- fars; but Monday again pave promise of fair weather, and sure enough Tuesday came a bennti- ful, bright, sunny (lay. As early as 7 o'clock pco "j pie commence going out, and from tliat hour until 11 every procurable means of convey nn'-e was bro't into requisition to accommod...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 October 1860

LEONARD'S COLUMN! REAL ESTATE AGENT AUCTIONEER! Thn'tkful for the generous patronage bestowed. ! the List thirteen years, I solicit A continuance ol I' e same, and chilli ilonll in my power as nsunl to I' 'ike it tlic interest (if the people to put their bnsi !) in uit hands to do. 1 feel conlidcnt, from my long experience, that I am lic'hT pri-pai'd to sub serve your interest tlmu ever, from tlu met that I mil better know n, mid lictti-r tested in regard to the wants of the people. I will giv strict attention l.i the selling of Kciil Estate, either private or mlt- and tlmll mnke it. my ttudy to knoic the wants iT th community; to Hint if a man hns property iA any kind to aril, hy putting it in my bond , b? will liiiil a buyer, if there is one in the country, for hi i.i title. I w ill also give my attention to the rent :..R of city property, to the selliujror hiring of scr vimfj, mid in fact to the felling of nil kinds of property, either public or private. hwt an Auction Uceuie for...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 November 1860

CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2, I860. NUMBER 49. VOLUME 11. r Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheet very frriday Morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, , Pul li$hr$ and Proprietor. -TTYeR ANflUM IN AD VANCE. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, ro ON B S'jUARK Of TWELTI LINGS OK LBS, On Insertion Two insertion Three insertion! One month 1 1 2 a Two month Tbree month Six months Twelve month 4 80 6 00 9 00 15 00 H. H. POSTON, Agent for THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. QUAKER CITY INSURANCE1 COMPANY. OOARTER OAK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Brnall pnekage or henry freight will b sent by Hi press, at reasonable rates. Through receipts, over Pennsylvania Railroad, 51 ren for Tobacco, Flour, and other freights des Mtined for ths Eastern cities. Firs, Life and Inland Navigation risks taken In ths above reliable Companies. ' URs-Office at W.M. Pollock A Co s Clothing store No. 11, Franklin Street. March t, 18C0-tf. H. II, POSTON, AgtnU B. A. ROGERS, Office on Strawberry Alley Clarksvi...

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