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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 February 1858

K''K;:-""fpV-! 4 1 .,,t- MM LOCAL ITEMS. U. 9 'NEBLETT fc GRANT, Local EJfwt. FRIDAY, FEBUWARY 12, 1838. ' , - i - ' '. XT OnnkU Cffie tMf If . Bryorltf't Sfrre.j Wb bare a Carrier, this week, and , although he is s, sprightly littld fellow, it ' la possible he may orer look some of our patrc-as in this ease, they will please re port to nt, to that we can supply them;. . ' ReT. A; L. Hamilton, D. P., will preach in the M. E. Church next Sabbath morn- tog. 7 ; ' ; ' . ' : f Ot'S readers will not forget that the 14th of thla month U the day when Cupid ex pects his worshipper!, to transmit to" the objects of their partiality, those little tmissries yclept Valentines. This beauti ful custom,' hi us t hire orginated in climes f more perennial mildness than oars, in which the dsy dedicated to its observance, Usually comes in the midst of snow and ice. Passion generally bads with the 'opening flower and unfolding leaf, but as for oar scire, Love is so perennially verdant with us that we ar...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 February 1858

From tha Nswark'O.) Time. LOVE'S REVELRIE. f rt I f -(, $ bt vn. Lots h4'sgay U . ... , Within bit balls to-night; The (Iril Is Joy I know . By tho lieurttiutM doiight Thai MlnM I...-, ..... . ...j l.r.ll-ill. " ' lo lttxii,rfti Under might, $ ' And next I greet a stately dame, Who fives her kameas Pride. Ah I came she uot by Love's decree, lOMDr hick presence Diue i 5. a" .. r!t ..' , ..-. V 1: I . Agani-i greet me mniaen nope, & W A .halatiod sb. flings . The hall seerwfjrlghler tow she's here, Oh, listen wli lie she sing ! 4. n , , - - "PplriU Mr, that linger here , Bid care a long odieurf'"" The heart that's aye In sorrow bent, , Can not lo love be true I '"" Let sorrow ' go and every woe, ' f ince nor for better things Z J C Will often1 bring theaj awt-ue'; -1 A J - All good' from hoping springs !" She ceases t ah, we ne'er may hear 8uch angel strain again j (Jalese we bind It to our hearts, ; With hope's own golden chain. .' y ' , ? '. " J And now advancing, still I sea 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. — 19 February 1858

' . ' . -.VOLUME 9. CLARKSyiLLE, TENN., FRIDAY,' FEBRUARY-ID,- 1858: t'-NUMBER 14.' 5. V. i 4 TIIE CIIRON1CLE. Printed Weekly 00 a doubU-medlam liMtvrr 'nEBLETT & - GRANT "5 Pmblithtri and . Proprittar, TfcRttt 0 TBS TATJtK ' $2 Per annum, in advance. t'-'i terms of advertising. "., . ttmom tqvint of twilvi unii o 'iim On Insertion , $1,01 Ta Insertion ' 1 .SO Three lnertloo ' 2,00 Onamontk 3,50 Two mouth . . tl,n Three month 5,00 Pit month 9.00 Twalv month 15,00 MISCELLANY,-; tX, t . i : v r ( " Otiginal NoutUcttc. t Wrftlt or (A Cfarfcteiie CAnmict. IDA HOLMES, Bolle of the Port. , , J ST B. TT. THOMAS, V, -l f . ' m ' i i i I Author of lh "Young Colonel," the "RefTugeei,' "Lilly Db'," tb "Content Prboner," .,! "Jn Maslon," Ui 'Brt.le of - - tiii Hoar," Ac, oVo. CnAPTEU V. yl'ni morning following Lis misbap, Capt. Fritt arose with a nose enormously enlarged and ludicrously out of shape, and with one eye blind to the deformity in such clote proximity. . One glance at his mirror...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 February 1858

Q;I)t (SlctrkomlU Cljron.dc. v R .'W f T HO M A8, EJUr. J. . NFBLETTJ JA. GRANT, Ji. Fublither: I- .'1. cv . r "oa Ofllec, brer VnLlII, 'jryaflj's Storf. , tSTGmmuntcat!un mutt be, handed in by nooo Thurtday, or fAry k ill be left over. ; tTTAII communications must be addreeaed' to tba Editor. Baxtness letter to the pubtlsher. ' 1 'tD"rdvertlements must bo handed In tlie Xip befort pnblloation, er they will bo let 9wr.' ' ' , . FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1858. , T JST The locofocos nrS efcuckiing with doligbt over trra assumption:, that the A merican ,pnrtj In the Legislature, voted against the admission of Kansas, with the Lecompton Constitntion. This is the ver sion of the rote, ns given by the Union anil American; but we need not say to in telligent men that the version is anything but true. Tho t Americans did Toto and we are glad of it against'instructiag our Senators and requesting our Representa tives to vote for the, admission of Kansas undcr the Lecompton Constitution, and in doi...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 February 1858

LSJl'!!JJillil!ilJ LOCAL ITEMS. " f EBLETT & GRANT, ImoJ EJUr: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1858. 1 4 17 CVonitla Qfct ettr WJi. Brgarlf't Store. j ,Wl fearur bearttj and talent, it aadlj nBsppre;std by th; fair dam sell of this Tidnity, aince none of the dear creatures, mindful of our avowed luiceptibility, have yet honored oa with a Valentine. We hare, however, enjoyed rnrsolvee exceed ingly in looking at a number of these missives, shown us by our mora fortunate frienck ' - v l -. . Whilst gome of the lucky recipients, were plunged into blissful reveries, over strains, as passionate as those of the en amored Sappho, a majority were matter ing curses not loud but deep, over the hideous caricatures they had received, and their accompaniment of doggerel, satiri xing characteristic traits. Some of the fair senders of these dooumcnts, must have had their eyes touched with the same mag ic juice, dropped by the fairies upon Queen Titania's orbs,' to judge from the asinine caputs adorning th...

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 February 1858

EORrtUUM SUGAll AT LAST. "will Borgham sugar crystslizeT'wss rn- kd with tbos. of '.'will.oftlipetre explode?" o( "la tker porpctaal motion?" A fw pooiarit tf itigt photo tru tryitaliz tion w.ft 3tpjU)dan4 Vtoh pAl'V M' to tbo incccsf of tho Sorgham contended wu merely" ofco,' of ,lmllaf " to the mock sugar of grape, was all that had been predated ,4 jmptif 9 tbi eo,iotry, despite the enormous hopes entertained of the new ssccb'srinsJ contributor. It was Jo be cultivated, but ply for eyrup and feed, tFertunatelj -,U'i remarkably. Talaable for theie. alone b j But just at a, time when Sorghum slock it down to its lowest ebb, we are atartled by the indijpuULle fact, that .Joseph S. Lowering, of Oakhill, Philadelphia county, baring grown the. Sorghum -nVL brought the full force of scientific ibalysii to-bear apon its 'results, haV established that pot only will the new cans yield crystahzed sugatf; but that the .process. U Mg inexpen sive; as to make itrery profitable, while the troubl...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 February 1858

. . . , , .... t . - iM ' i ' , ' , ' .1 " "'.!. ,' t.l..n.nM.lui! i ,imnmmm,, ., . gggBggMBggBggagtfJB gJJtgJElJHiBB - , CLARKSYILLE, TENN.; FRIDAt;! FEBRUARY 20, 1858. ' --' - VOLUME 0. 5 I l.v.l 1 .,- 4 ...... ,t . , ... j TIIE'CnEONlCLK. printed Weekly on double-medium elmetevery Mdy morning, ly 'V NEBLETT & GRANT, ' Pw 1 li thrrt iVojrori. . ' TERMS OP till! PAPER, $2 Per annum, in advance. Terms; of advertising. rr.aows square rp twelve lines on Oqe Insertion il $1,01 Two month Two Ineerttont . 1.50 Three monlhe . Three loeerUoiw 2,00 Six months One monlh " ; 30 Twelvemonths $-4.sn 8.00 9,no '15,00 'MlSCEltANY.' (Dtigmal ot)cllcttc. 1 ".1 ( Written for the Clarknille Chroniclt.) IDA HOLMES; I i ' t- OR TIIE ' - Bello ; of the Fort. BT n. W. THOMAS, Aaihor of the Young Colonol," lh "Reffiigeee,' ''Lilly Dale," the "Convent Frlnoncr,' ' ' '""Jane M'on,'' Ue Brl.'e uf . ni Hour,'' -Ac, &c CHAPTER VII. --- ScARCKLy; VaJ Lieut. Wilmrr. lurt'tho fort, after his trial and scn...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 February 1858

-THOMAS, XJir. i - VV OP.AKT, OflltfjOTer. Win. II, Brjir!yfi Store. nM t" Thursday, or (kty will I left oner. "IT AU ammimlc(loD must ft addremd fo Am Editor. " Business letter to In publisher. VT Advertisement mirtt Im beaded la the p bvfer publication, or lhT irfll bejel avr. Jfr Ws invito the attention of every honest patriot to two of the doctrines of ths democratic party. especially dangerous to the interests bfjho South. TbU party claims to be the great defender of the Con stitution, the" conservator of the Union and the bulwark of State rights, and in support of these false assumptions, what aro the doctrines they avr ml In the Erst place; "The timw-honored resolutions" of '08--9' expressly declare Jliat each State shall be its own judge of the constitution ality of law of Conjrress without the slightest regard to the Supreme Court and its decisions. These resolutions are re affirmed by every democratic Convention, and their binding authority upon the party, thus often reite...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 February 1858

LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT k. GRANT," tewol EdUr$.' FRIDAY, FEBRVARY 26, 1858. IT CVenM Qffiet i W H.Driarly'iSton'jx MCRDKa AND ITS PCNtSHMKCT. It is already known to most of our readers, that Mr. Joseph II. Ilarirs, tobacconist of Ne w Providence, was murdered by one of his own negroes, aibeaat readingin his office, about 7 o'clock, last Friday night. An axe was the Instrument used, the blado of which was deeply sank in the head, and nearly the whole of posterior skull cut off. Tho murderer in his confession said that his master sprang from his seat, and staggered into the fire, by which one side of the head was considerably burnt. The villian then set fire to thJed, and to some articles of clothing that hung upon the walls, hid his axe and returned to his work in the factory. This is the substance of the confession, and the faoU elicited confirm its truth. Suspicion resting upon tho real criminal he was put in jail,. here, for safe-keeping. On S&tctitl jy morning a number of the be...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 February 1858

iujl imnw1 For the Ciu"iik'.u. t wiiu wcsvta. Vp Tint for her, aba is ii'Wf dead, 8.. only sVpcth, the Sailat lia'h said, Asl.'c In, J-sus! Iitivi iwctl thn Wose.. fnta! AiiAwVi4"i' gl ai'iilif tt d J It open the portals la the rlty above, When sl! Is pence, and J iy and love 1 H heie bright ge's their dee rn, thrte &iM?h tone kef 'ecel lyre,.i 1 To n. Ingle with the H -iiven y choir, 'Mi l fflicl iun here, hr lot ws Now, sweet thought, lie- tilil all nni past ; tUr puff rl'it in be 1 ril ml r . m' "e 1 - ir rnnsomei! ' l wltlt'i blril . r' Tries ttIio would wish hur back-agal I, $ ,) ;j T thaiworld f -rr,. (!(, atid paint,.' 1,. Loved one ! we will not wish (ii thee, 'N'T weep th .1 tliuu from p..iu art fire, Bnlmoekfyw II th beckoning nod, ThKt II eall u 1 tlx cily of God Thau we'll meet on Heart ' uliore, Whe:e we'll part ntntr, r.enrt more. . ' Clrkivili.k, February 1SS. . . ' : ., rNncconpED graved. I w v ". I ' 1 j ... '!.. Th tombs of prlnc s.'tlicy aro found Amidst ca he...

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 March 1858

-c-Ti B-T-Ni --TPrrrV :::Tr-:TT"-f TT T1TS .v4-TTTTXTT3rN XtTV .ZXk JT?rTr.rN4 . I ".VOLUME 9. CLARKSYILLE, TENN., FEIDAT. MARCH 5, 1858. '1 W I I ' I I I X T IV 1 - A ' ' ' II -11.- , I ' - Ml . , ... f 1 I I ' I 1 II''. ' I I ' 10 ' I I I .11 I I . II I I . 1 , , , ' ' . : ' . : . . t : . , ...: i . r THE onilONlCIE. Printed Weekly en double-medium sheet every Friday inornlug, y ... . NEBLETT 4. GRANT, Pulli$her and Prcprittort. , ... , . . , TIRM9 OF THI PAPER, $2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, res nut tqtJAMor twslvi , imss oa IMS, One lnrllon Two Inwrtlone Three Inr-rtlons One month Two months Tbree monlhe Bis montbe Twelve month $4.50 5,00 ft.OO 15,00 i.r.o s.nn 2,50 MISCELLANY. (buginal KoticllcUe. trVan for the OarknitU Cftrenicie. IDA HOLMES, oe mc Belle of the Port. ., BT B. W. inOMAS, f ' ....... ' Aether o' the "Young Colonel, " the "nrffageee,' "I.iily Del," Ibe '-Convent Prisoner," "Jane Mnetop," the 'DrlJe of n Hour," 4c, &o CHAPTER IX Capt. Fritz, a...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 March 1858

' R.vr THOMAS, EJittr. ' its. NFUI.ETTJ Pwil " J. A. GRANT, rubiitkw. Ofilcf T orcr Win. II. Bryarlj's Store. WdPCommnnlcationt mmtbt handrdin ly nonn on Thurrday, or they trill be left over. tJ"All communication, muet be iddreeaed to the Editor. Ruelneaa letter to the publisher. CTAdvartlaementa mint be handed in the Xap befora publication, or they will be lei over. 1 .. i . .IiimiKOTIIILILK. ' FRIDAY. MARCH 5, 1858. They wlio have inferred from our remark that we are opposed to the admis sion of Kansas under the Lefompton Constitution,' are decidedly mistaken. We ear not how soon it is admitted, and wish we conld believe that it will remain a slave Stale. The whole affair is a most danger ous swindle, and oar remarks have been designated to show this, and direct the at tention of onr readers to the baseness of the locofoco party, as evinced by its viola tion of pledges and principles and the cor rupt means by which it carries all its points. We never expect to see Kansas admitted ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 March 1858

.. ...- 'f4i: LOCAL ITEMS. WEBLETT k GRANT, Local Editf. FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1858. ST CVtmWs OJJLct eesr W H. Uryery's Bton-xt Amongst our places of resort, in leis ure moments, there are none, where we while sway an hoar more pleasantly, than in the studio of oar friend, W. 8. Shack, leford. - Always a lover of fine paintings and agreeable society, we have both these tastes gT tilled, in the exquisite prodac ions of his palette, and the urbanity of his nanners. We would say more of the lat ter, for they deserve a paragraph, but, we are afraid of warming his cheek beyond its usual temperature, as like all men of real merit, he is unusually modest ; so we hall speak only of his professional excel lence. Oar lack of connoisscurship may not entitle our judgment to much weight with some, but wo believe that truo Art is roeognised by the most untaught eye, equally with the most finished observation, nnd that it language is universal. We nre the more convinced that this is so, nin.ee no one ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 March 1858

Warm Uathlko. The warn balk is grand remedy, an J will cur the most vioWbi of diacasea. A pcraoa who naj b in, fear of having received iufection of any kind, a, for" i nuts ut, having visit-cd a fever patient, ahouM speedily plunge iuto a warn bath, Buffer perspiration to eneue, d the rub dry, drear, securely to ptnrti againut eoldf and finiahl off with a cup of tea by tho tire. If the system has iittbibcd any infectious matter, it will cer tainly btj remove by this process, if it be resortod to., before Ibe lafectrtn has time'tv epread over ' the system. -And .even if sometime baa elapsed, a hot bath will be pretty sure to remove' it. Mtdi tJ.lJuvrn.ul. r? .STANZAS. F y (.'i L . '. t'. 1 , : 1 dream of thee, my Mary awn, Wheat near ai,d far awa. "i '. Wh a atari are on their midnight throne, . Dl til I lie noon of day. u"" Tliy senile image from any he art, , Whatever change mny be, 'v Nor time mar eieali.rdl'.anea part, I overdr.m uf thecl -- i " - . , f . ) dream of ttiee when 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. — 12 March 1858

-S.V, 1 VOLUME 9. , ,. . CLABKSyiLLE; TEM., . FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1858. MUMBER 17. 1 9 IT II E C ilR ONI C LE. " Friated Weekly en ft doable-medium sheet every Fatdiy morniuf . by NEBLETT A. GRANT, PubUthtrt and Proprx$tori. ' " TEEMS OF tn JAfER, $2 Per annum, in adviuice. - ;" ' TERMS OF ADVERTISING. rot. OIt SQCARIOf TWElVt tINM OK LCI. Onetneertlon ft, Of Two month Three monthe Sixtnonthe .Twelve, montfce Two IimertlonS Three limertlon One month 1.S0 5.00 a.oo 9.50 9,00 15,00 miscellany. rigmal Noucllcttc. ( WrUkn far Ik Clarknillt ChnneU. IDA HOLMES, or xnx Bcllo of the Port. BT R. THOMAS, A Bihar '( the ' Youpf Colonel," the "Rsffugeee.' "Lilly Dale." the 'Couvenl PrlBoner," "Jane Mton," the "Pride of en Hour," &., &. CHAPTER XI. BbfoRK sunrise our little party were all astir, and eager to bo in motion. Ida arose much refreshed, and, though feeble, was in good spirit?, and laughed, as she was wont to do, when Wilruar tendered her the use of a neat comb and brush articles...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 March 1858

Slje tilaiksuille Chronicle. R. tv "jnOMAS, Edttsr. 1. 8. NFBLETT, i - ... . -. A. Gt AWT, y " me .t-.i .- 0Slce, otct WS; H. Brjarlj's Store. CWmtrfftf itnut It handed U lu ' . . .. ..: , . J jteoa on Thureday, or they will be left ever. - . CTAtf MmniBnlctlonii must be addressed io the 'Tdftor. Business letters to the publishers. 'r. . rv ITAdwIlnmsoti mit be handed la (1m day , before publication, or they will bo te't ever. - FRIDAY. MARCH 12, 185i. .r- '- Our readers are awaro that Cora mittee was , appointed, come two month lago, to investigate the affaira of the Bank ,f Tennessee and to report thereon to the -.Legislature. In the meantime, a hilt introduced, to authorize an increase of the Capital . of the Bank, one million and quarter, and that aura to be raised by tho ale of State bonds. When wo remember thai the Legislature ia democratic : that lliitt party haa a standing declaration of .war against banks ; when it is remembered that the President of the State bank once rep...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 March 1858

A. LOCAL ITsEFilSa ? ! NEHLETT & GRANT, LoeoJ JWiers. , , FIUDAY,. MARCH 12, 1858. ST CtrtnUU Oftcs ottr W H. Bryarly' s Start. XI . Tat Election. The election, for coun ty officers, on lost Saturday, passed off with unusual quiet, notwithstanding much solicitude, as to the result was manifested by the friends of the respective candidates.' Amongst , other noteworthy ' personages, about. the polls, we observed an "exile of Erin," whose dilapidated appearance was trongly suggestive of that famous melody. We presume his memory was wandering back to similar scenes in "swate Ireland,' when the votes of the "Paisintry," were bought, by the candidates at a standard price, as we heard him offering bis vote for the low price of one dollar. The pre sumption' is, that he found a purchaser, as we saw him gloriously drunk a short time afterwards. 1 ' " - The most prolifio source of amusement to us, however, was watching the casting of "maiden votes," and observing the large accession of ' d...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 March 1858

AGRICULTURAL Tnt Rotatio of Crow -Th prcti 1 good of tbt rotation of cropa 1 well known, Irat the pbiloaophi reason, though much written bout bave cot been yet ful ly ar aatwfnctorily explained.' j There are t tleorie. Tty fir or tx eretory thtoty account for the phenomena tfin.; Onffcrop doc bvtfcr k here it fol lows (mother, bocauSo every plant leave in the soil certain excretory maUeri, that are not friendly to, otfier plan-la of its own epecice; while they are appropriate food for different plants. Plants aecm endow ed with omethirrtf of the Bme' fustiwt as ununala, and avoid their, own focces or the dead matter thrown from tbeir own bark and rooU. Until these are dct ompo-1 scd, and rcniorctl from the cartli by other platiM, or by the gradual effects of decoui- fiodition, the crop cannot be advantageou y planted in the fame toil. Hence in rni eing bulbous flower?, like the hyacinth which prows in water, there must be a fre quent change of tho water, in order to re move the excr...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 March 1858

f V "' 1 . J fl 4 " , - ... J ; i M i JL, .. I J 3 1.1 3 .. JJ.. -J VOLUME &':v:ri1 crsi,Ji,mu'!m.';m '.i J HE CHRONICLE. f -n -rrsgs-i 1 : i T..--- ; , ; fruited Weekly on a double-medium iheetevery FrUry morning, ty .J . .....'-- . .- . ..- A NEBLETT &. GRANT, PiiJtner ad .Proprietors. ,r.; , Ilia I l - I W " TERMS OF TBS PAPER, 1 -. . I. . - ... 02 Per ammm, in advance. - T i TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Vol hit' SQUA1U Of TWEtM t1NE Oil One incertion $1,01 Two month Two loMrtioni . 1.50 Three monlhi . ; Three lns-rl!on -. , 2,00 Plx month Mb month - -,8,50 Twelve tnonllia tliM, $4.50 . 5,00 9.00 15,00 RllSCElliAY. v.) a Written jbr thi ClarkttUU CknnicU. IDA HOLMES, OR THE Belle of tlae Fort. J BY THOMAS, ! 'A Mther the "Young Colonel," tho "Reffugeee,' ' 'LiUy Dale," the ""Convent Prbone'r,". " 'i '. '. "Jane Mneton," the "BrlJe of ,,' . .. ;.-nif' an Hoar," Ac.; ice. ' i ; CHAPTER . XIII. : ..'-Jl r .?V '! - l . " ' :. ' - ...I Whbn Capi. Frita nnd -Vw party awote and found! ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 March 1858

I 1 I Z)t tflcirksmllt (gljrouirit. R. tV. TI10MAS, htlittr. t J, . NFBLETT.I :Pmtlt 1 A. GRANT, PMulurt' Office, oTcr Wri. U; Bryarly's Store. JBsST C'lnmunirationt mutt be handed in ly noon on Tit urtdag, or ihrg will be Irft overy,n, 1 rTAII eonmunlcetloas must be addressed to the EiUtor. Business loiters lo th publisher. .' TXA dvertlsementa Digit b handed la the day before publication, er they will be lc'l ver. .-. - , 1 -rt - " " j - ... mj r . i ' t i , ; : FRmY, MARCH II), 183 ' tQT" At th late Lccompton mcetiag in Tammany Hall, c-Scnator Pix, John Van Buren, Aaron Vicarious ttt. Pisgah Brown and others endorsed the declaration that all attempts to limit the power of majorities are nugatory and absurd. In other words if a State Convention frame a constitution, and provides, in that Con stitution, that it shall not be altered except in a . certain way, and a majority of the people ratify that Constitution, the re striction if all jramraon,' and tho instru ment may bo violated...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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