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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 November 1860

r' K. W. THOMAS, Editor. J. . KEBT.ETT. J. A. ClUST, Re. Announcing Marriage and Deaths, free, fbitunries and Tributes of Respect, over ten linen, rliargod for a other advertisements. All Communication iuut he addressed to the Editor. Ibnines letter to the Publisher. For President, no:sr. jonisr "niSiYL, OF TENNESSEE. - For Vice-President, I ION. i: DWA J D K VKIIETT. or MASSACHUSETTS.' ELECTOItAL TICKET. FOR THE STATE AT LARGE. I1UMK PKTO, of Kiiutitcr. K. ti. TAVLOSt, oftnrtcr. . . tub coxesiysiovAL it8Teicrac 1. J. W. DEADER!'.':, cf TTnthiutton. 3. O. P. TEMPLE, of Knox. a. ALFRED CALDWELL, of McMinn. 4. S. S. STANTON, of Jackson. 6. E. t. G01.LADAY, of Wilson. . WM. K. KEHCIIKVAL, of Lincoln. 7. JOHN O. mows, of Giles. . 8. JOM.V F. HOUSE, of Montgomery. . ALYIN HAWKINS, of Carroll. ' 10. D. II. NAUORS, of hclljy. CLARKSVILLE. Friday, November 2, 1830. tfk. Tliis is the last number of the Chronicle we i can issue before the Presidential election, and most 1 earnestly do we with...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 November 1860

ami ffiuijggte NEULETT ft GRANT-Local IdHort. 1 Triday. November 2nd, 13G0, (3 Chronicle OJIet over Pickermg & Ely I Store, Bi7Snloriiitl(i miut invariably be paid fir in A-4)VASCKrG& Public Speaking. Jctwnf Hon, V.o; of Stewart county, will spent at the Court-house, to-morrow night; Major Hknrt oa Monday, rtt 1 o'clock ; anil nt night, "General Quart's, or House, or Bailey, or may lie all of them, will give ns rousing indlng-op talk, cither there, or at loinc plate out-doom. These upeeches will close the, canvass, here, aud we Co earnestly appeal to the people to turn out, and hear them. CcrtainTy every uimi, who has a Hpnrk of patriotism in him, doxircs in this momen tum fcriis to tlo right, and every such one should avail himself of every possible light on the ques tions at Uiiio, now. Tnru out thi'n, everybody! It had been anuounced that T. W. Bsau kont, Esq., wouid speak at the Court Ilouse, Inst night; but onVcount of the bad weather, he aprpkinij wns postponed till to...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 November 1860

f - - - LEONARD'S COLM HEAL ESTATE AGENT AUCTIONEER! Thnokfnl fur lie generous patronage tjestowed for the lust thirteen joitr, I solicit a coBlinnnnce of tlie snine., and shall do nR in my poorer wt nsnal fo tmiko il Ihe intiTfcjt vtf the people to put their busl ne. in sny hands to do. 1 feel conmlcirt, from inv fcg Mjrlencc, that I aro better pre pared to sub serve your intercut than ever, from the fact that 1 m lxttr Known, and better (ontod in regard to the wants of the people I -will give strict mteution to the selliug of Real Estate, either private or jxiU le, and fhnll ronkc it mj trwlu to know tlie wunU of the community; no that if a man hits property of any kinil to sell, hy putting it Id my hands, hit will flint buyer, if thevo is one in the country, for his article. I wlRalwi give my nttention to the rent ing of city property, to the selling or hliing of scr. di ser- vniiis. and tn but to the selling of all property, either public or private. kinds of . ' have un Auction...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 November 1860

T3 tT,1TT-P1. TO VUJLJLJL CLARKSVILLE, TENN.,' FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 0, I860. NUMBER-50, VOLUME 11. ?5 -Tff?M'yff!CTsi!OJ 'lw'Ty?wy?7'T?w7t r Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheet every Vrlday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Plli$htr$ and Vroprittort. rsxxs t $2 PER AHaUM Iff ad va kce. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, rot oh squatt of twilti tuts ob lxm. Ont Insertion Two InMrtlom Three insertions Ont month $1 00 1 50 2 00 2 60 Two months Three months Six month Twelve months $4 60 6 00 9 00 15 00 3usia2S (Sanls. II. H. POSTON, Agent for TUB 80CTUERX EXPRESS COMPANY. PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. QUAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPANY. CHARTER OAK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Small package! or heavy freight will be tent by Express, it reasonable rates. Through receipt!, over Pennsylvania Railroad, Jrlven for Tobacco, Flour, and other freights des dettined for the Eastern cities. Fire, Life and Inland Navigation risks taken in the above reliuhlo Companies. BfJuOflioe at W.M. Pollock k Co t Clothing store no. v., fr...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 November 1860

it. W. THOMAS, Kiiu. a. 1; Hm! "' h'1"- rV. Announcing Mirr'r-) and Deatha, fire, IWtwt an I 1 rihwtr of Ran-, cm (cj Kiwn, cliarfn.l1 f'f m other advertisements. ' l(7"A)1Conmink't6)fui he arrdrrasod to wn. iliwiim letter to th Publishers, Friday, November 9, 13G0. tS& After m six months of ceaseless toil 0 behalf of the ' L'uijj, tlio Constitution and the en forcement of the laws," It I. no easy matter to pons from these important topics to throw off the bar Hess that has become easy from ttse, (tid to attempt to fill our editorial spurt with something suited to the laitcs of those who hare pone with us through the exciting campaign aw brought to a close. The past Is gone ; the prcseut offers no basis for specu lation prospective or retrospect! vi. aud the future is unrercalod. IV might take tip the subject of Pacific railroad, but a Democratic Administration has thrown cold water upon that project Gliding r.o territory in its line to be nurtured into a Demo cratic Slnto by tb...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 November 1860

V SB! NEBLETT & GRAM, Lotal Editors. Friday, November 9th,18S0. t CVoTWeh CSce over Pickering $ Fig's Start. SfgrSulwcriptions tnajt invariably be paid fcr In t2!u Advertisement, to mrure insertion, mutt be landed tn Wtdnetduy morning. 8fcyNow that the Fair ftod the election are both over, we have nothing tn the town to write about. Hitherto whenever we were pished for an item we could manufacture one without trouble out of the Fair; and though wedid'n't roly much on the elec tion, jet now and then that served our purpose. We never knew a duller prospect for local Items thsasccuis now to star us In the face. ' We want our frlcwls, when tbsy feel disposed to grumble about tho dullncsa of the local, to remember the difficulties a local labors under or let them just Imagine for an hour that the art the local, and go U (retting up Items, and tee how they will come pi' ! " i.'s intend, however, to doour best to sustain the b.,.',iant reputation we have made in two hemis pure And seve...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 November 1860

LEONARD'S GOLUMrJ! REAL ESTATE AGENT -Anti AUCTIONEER! Thankful ff-c (kuctwb patronage bestowed Sir the Uvfl thirteen yMtra, I solicit continuance of tbe wmr, und shall k all iu my tiower u nsiml to innke It the Interest of tbe Hple to put their lithi um lu my bund to lu. I fcol routiiicut, from mj long Upertcww, that I am liettcT prepared ti sul jwie your Interest than ever, from the fact thut I Qi kx tUrkuowa, und bethr posted la regard to the wants of the people. 1 will give strict attention lu tbt selling of heiU Estate, either private or pub lic, oJ shall wake it my trW lo Anoio ttie want tit tbt uiuiunity; so tluit it' a'mnii lius properly ot ooy i.ad to sell, by pntting it in my hands, he will llud a buvcr, If Hiiro is oue in tlie country, for lib. article. I will also give my attention to the rent ing of ulty property, to tlic selling or hiring of or Yant, and in fitct to the nulling of all kiud of property, either pulihc or private. have on Aucliun heeme for tho city of New...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 November 1860

A"' VOLUME 11. CLARKSVILLE, :TENN.; TKIMY. NOVEMBER 10; i860. ' NUMBER 51, v 1 Printed Weekly, on a double-ruedium ibeet every f sUar morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, , .Fllihtrt and Proprittort. TSM11S : $2 AtAUJl IN AD VA KC.S. I - i TERMS OF ADVERTISING, ro one sugars or twilvs likw OB LBM. Oh Insertion Two iDMrrliuni Three Insertions On month $1 1 1 1 Two month! $4 BO Three months 6 00 Six months 9 00 Twelve monthi IS '00 H. H. POSTON, Agent for Wl SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. QUAKER CITY INSURANCB COMPANY. CHARTER OAK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. ' Snail package or henry freight will be Mat by Bzpress, at reasonable rates. Through receipt!, over Pennsylvania Railroad, ftvea lor Tobacco, Flour, and other freight! c-.--destined for the Eastern cities. Fire, Life and Inland Navigation risks taken lo be above reliable Companies. BQUOmce at W. M. Pollock Jt Co' I Clothing More Ho. 12, Franklin Street. Karon 1, 1860-tf. H. D. POSTON, B. A. ROGERS, Office on Strawberry...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 November 1860

C. W. THOMAS, Editor. 3. 8. NEBLF.TT, V. A.GILAKT, BUB.. Anunnmvng Marriages) aiwl Dtlb"i, tree, Obituaries and . Tribute of iiespcct, over tn linen, m rharvt J for a other advertinc-me nt. JJ-.V All Communication most ii addressed to r the Ktiiur. Huiiofw letters to the Publisher. : C L A HK 8Y I T, T, 13 . ; Friday, November 16, 18G9. Mil AT KCTt f ciglied which L ir, find be is j : Democracy, In ltd greed fur power, hm given Mrtb to. the Republican party ; and, by it course of ' unparalleled madness, hm elevated that party to power. What will It do now T Dissolve flic j Unlo ? Disunion is no remedy for any of the evils j complained of, whether they be real or Imaginary, wnd partial seretsion I only a more Indirect way of "'. bringing about civil war with all Its concomitant horrors aud ultimate ruin. And whilst we admit that the administration cf the government by a purely sectional party is deeply humiliating to the feelings of every true Southern man, we cannot agree that il is...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 November 1860

3 (3 KEBLETT GRANT. Zioeel EUton, ? Friday, November 16, I860. ts3r Chrvnick Oflkt over Fichennf i Elf Star. , - ' ' ' , - ' ' " " ' f5r-9uUor!ptloni most Invariably be paid in iUXM.VCA-l ,, . . .. -. V-.' Advertisement, to imurt iuttrHon, must be Aentkd m Wednesday morning. . . , ' BOu.Ve give up the Most of our local space to day, to the ncwi under the telegraphic head, wmcn will be found to be very interesting. fr Bet. Dr. John T. Edgar, pastor of the First Presbvtcrinh Church, in Xiiahvlllc, died at hu resi. ."dene, in that city, ou Tuesday morning lost. Hit death was tba result of an apoplectic stroke. He . bad preached ou Monday evening, aud eu going ' home aboat 9 o'clock, he complained of being un well, and went to bed early. About midnight he vu to much worae that a physician was lent for, but when he reached llie home human skill waa of v avail. The Doctor lay In a state of unconscious r, " autll 8 o'clock next nmrnlng, when ho died. " Vliua bat 4Med away a trwly excellent...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 November 1860

LEONARD'S COLUMN! " REAL ESTATE AGENT .And AUCTIONEER! Thanh Ail Air the aoweroos patreiwure bestowed fta the kut thirteen ycArs, solicit coHtinunnoe of lite sume, and rhall ilo nil in my power mi usual tu mk it the Intermt of the eopl to put their busi ness la my bands to d. I feol toutuk-nt, from my lug experience, thnt I oiu lietfcr prepared to sub servyour interest tlxtn ever, from tiie fact that I m better known, and better ported In regard to tb wants of th people. ! will give strict attention lo the selling of Heft! Estate, either private Of pub- be, and shall make it my ttiuki to kmnc the want or tli community; so that If a man has property ot any fanrf to veil, hj putting it in my bauds, La will find a borer, if ther it out in the country, for his article. I will aim girt my attention ti the rout ing of ity proiierty, lo lb selling or hiring of ser vants, nnd in fuel to the w iling of all kind of property, either pubLc r private. ' J kavi an Auction license for -the eity of...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 November 1860

PI volu;ie 11. Frkat-4 Weekly, on douula-nurdiam sheet every Friday morning, by, . NEBLETT & Gil ANT, rbli iktr$ and Froprieter$. " ?KR3I$ Va I'JCB .A A ' I M IK AD TA SCE, TERMS OF ADVERTISING, rwi ox i'.aa or twbltb Lisa 0 LM. Oh Insertion ' Two insertions Three insertions 'ne month " II 00 1 SO 3 00 . 1 CO Two months Torre monlln 811 months Twelve,montlis I oo oo' 15 oo H' H. POSTON, Agent for PKJfNSfLTAMA RAIL ROAD. QCA-SBa CITY INS0RANCB COMPANY, OH ART Ml OAK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Small packages or heavy freight will be sent by Sipreaa, - at reasonable rate. .1 Through receipt!, over Pennsylvania Railroad, given for Tobacco, Flour, and other freight dc deelined for the Eastern clttcn; Fire, Lire and Inland Navigation rieks taken in U, above reliable Companies. I ' Ufla.Offica at ty. M. Pollock k Cos Clothing r etore Mo. 12, Franklin Street. March 1 0, 1 800-tf. n. H. POSTON, Agmi. B..A. ROGERS, iinacsy aft JLsrWp .Offioe on Strawberry . . Clarksville, Te.nue.-ace. Alley, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 November 1860

Cliufafcfllf" (ShrouuIf.J ft. W. tllOMAfl, i.Vikr. j, Jr.' s. jrm.FrT,-! , " rrtvVAnnohnrtoff" Jlnrrisre and Deaths, free, bituuriM at4 Tribute or Respect, over ta line, t)wgMi for n other adverti?em!nt, rfAUCnTnrnonicritions must be addrev'od to th Editor. , Utiiliif.'t. fclWTfl u tba Publisher. C x xt icsvxi t:b . ') Friday, November 23, 18G0.- bmi fcyf wiwii, m wmuwiiMiiininAw wn -vVnv .'Virginia .j A dlfiwfchjfrom R hniond brjogs tl, ctucrirg 4utlliguea that Vlr,flnU will, demand a' confer, enc of tlx Strtva StatVwitl a rirw in tlie et- ' llemeot of existing difficulties within tho Union, anil that sht Will go with th extreme) Gulf Stite-i cuty when her reasonable demands npon the North 1 shall havo htn refiiFtrd. This, a we argued' In our Lit issue, Is the only rfctlonal mode Of Jiroece.lirjg .i.. - i :'. i ...... HIV! vilij Jiiftil nuit.il lull iicrd wlvmiuiI) mi-i, 't tho satne time,' enforce onr demands fur tliat justice now' denied nal.y the. North.' To save the Tnion, sece...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 November 1860

V V t v 1 v.. NEULETt GRANT. Local J6fcr. Friday, November I860. W Chronic OffleiM 13 & EV Start" Subscription BUSUroriably be paid tor Id ADVA XCE.-a tfAdiirtUemc', to insure insertion, must be landed in Wedne"! morning, . XOSCF THE If tU VOM'ME. - Th fifiit haa doses another yoltime of tbe Chrtniele and before eutering on n new year In tb lift of our Journal, we have deemed it appro priate to wy a few things iu relation to the past, ourtelv, aid our future eourse.' Tbrco years liav ' sped their flight since we became the conductors of the Cltronkle. We hare labored assiduously, to th but of our bumble ability, to present you a weekly visitor worthy your patronage and enruest support. How far we hare succeeded we Irate our readers to decide. .... During the time alludtd to, some of our friends ' have come forward punctually, and paid their in debtedness, and assisted la keeping our maculn oiled but, sad to relate, many, very many, hnv kept the credit page of cur ledger as 4 thi...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 November 1860

I CladNcwsfcrlhcUnforlcnutcl r- ' ,xnn xok bovcht ton Discovered at Last. CHEROKEE RE2HLDY ! ! A uxfuilinj SptriI. far all V'-teaeet erf the Crinatt ' ry.ns, ami a (JcueraC AU'.rutie an Ulwl J "it- i - rfrfrr. THIS "REMEDY" CCRES V)riW ALL UTHF.lt ... I'l.lF.rAIUTrON.S FAIL. ' ' ft Is entirely unlike every other Medicine pre scribed for Vewral DitMen, ns it contains no Mili ar! Poison or Nanjeoiis Drills, being prepared frm V b'onTB, Barm, nnd I.rjma, in Hie torin of a pleas ant and dclii'ioni frtnp, It U "imtniw's own remodr,'' for Oonorrlirrn, w(t:lan,) Gleet, Gravel, Stricture, aad is especially recommended for Fluor Altxia, (Whites in Females) for this itimplnint it Ik invaluable. ..An it general allcrntira nod blood purifier it hns no equal, nnd docs not fuil to cure Scrofula, Hrron itnry Syphilis, Glandular Swelling Mercurial and -all Eruptive Disrnne, curing them more speedily and pcimnncntly than nny oilier medicine now n. If does this by purifying and cleansing the hlood! C...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 November 1860

0 jA.RKS'VI l-i'I-j B nxji3aTTinT n VOLUME 12. CLARKSVILLE, TENN,, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, I860, NUMBER 1. , : j v a u w m n. a 1 x i k i ii mm r ! Printed Weekly, on aduuhle-taediuta sheet every rldy morning, by , NEBLETT & GRANT, ' 7,ntifcr aid Proprielert. ; TVJlilS t 3 MR AtiAlX IX AD TA SCE. TERMH OP ADVERTISING, rot OX SO.UARI Of TWM.V MSXS OR LI ; Oa Intcttion Two insertion ' fhree insertions i 'n month II 2 2 Two month Three months Six months Twelve months $4 in 6 00 9 00 IS 00 J. P. WILLIAMS, (Successor to C. II. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis Mou Merchant, ' ' CORNER OF FRONT k MAIN BTS. i Clarksvillo. - - Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage, and Solo of Tolwceo and nil kinds of produce Nor 7, UO-!y , H. II. POSTON, v Agent for - THlfNaYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. I QUAKER CITY I.NSURANCH COMPANY. JOAKTKR OAK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Rmall packages or heavy freight will be sont by Express, at reasonable rate. Through receipts, over Pennsylvania Railroad, ( give...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 November 1860

(ClatbviHc (Chtonidc, n. W. THOMAS, .v.-. J. fs. NKBf.KTT, J. A. OKANT, PutilitArrn. ItfX. AuiMiiinolnjf Marrintres and I)ct?i, Ore, rhituorini anil Triun'cs of Respect, over ten Kncs, eharscd fur as ether ndvetfiscmnits. Sf'iT All Communication must lie addressed to the Editor. Rivlnift letters to the Vubtlihers. CIV A B V 3 J, 1. . Friday, November 30, 1860. p;ea Itself is n striking proof of their nnGtness fur The tremendous war on th? bonier of flis- tbe work Fefore tbcro, and otight to warn the poo-jrouri Is not only dwindling into'!n?nifh-:uiee, bat "Look, Before You Leap." The parties who are so heedlessly pressing on to wards secession, stem to have lost sifc'ht of the ne cessity of shaping a new Government before they declare their independence of tho one tinder which they now live. They seem to fnrjret that, though it mny be mere child's play to mil down the insti tutions which hare built up a powerful and pros perous nntion, it requires wisdom and foresight to erect a pol...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 November 1860

or NF.ULKTT 4c ORANT, Loral Fditors. Friday, November 30, 1860. tB Chronicle Office over Pickering .J Elft Start. tJafii"r iptionn mint Invariably be pnld for In AOrAXCE.'HX ' BTl),.. A Jentisenunts, to Snntre uutrlimt, mailt handed in Wednesday m-irning. Suspension of the Banks. The Plnnlers Rank, tho Bunk of Term, and tin Colon Hank the three cM lnks of our State 'iave supendcd specie payment. This course has len determined upon by Hit Bonks, not from Hay rim upon them, nof from any necessity of their on condition, hut simply In order that they may Iks able to afTsrd rrlicf to tlie people. The ne cessities of flic people demanded It. The Hanks were never la a better condition than now. Tliclr circulation if smaller than It km been for year rmst,end In nil, respects they are M sound ax any tlnnks In the country, but they could not, notwith standing these facts, lafely afTuril any accommoda tions to the people. The reann of thi we will en deavor to explain: When our Ranks discount p...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 November 1860

Glad News for Ibc Unfortunate ! the lono tovant ro Discovered "at Last. CIOtflOXEE REMEDY ! ! An unfailing Specific for all Ditto of the Urinary Oi imi', and a Ucnrrul Alleruttre and lilowl J u- rifi'er. " THIS "REMEDY" CURES WHEN ALL OTHER PREPARATIONS FAIL. It in entirely tinlike every otlier Medicine pre scribed for Yenentl ftiteatci, ns it contain no Min eral Poison or Natwous Drugs, lieing prepared from Roots, Haiikb, and LfavSs, in the form of e pleas nnt nnd delicious Syrup. ' It is "nature' own remedy," for Gonorrhoea, (Clap,) Gleet, Gravel, Stricture, s is especially recommended for Floor Albns, (Whites in Female) for tliii fomplnint-.it in invaluable. As a general alterative nnd blood purifier it tin no equal, nnd docs not tit i 1 to euro Scrofula, Secon dary Syphilis, Glandular Swellings, Mercurial nnd nil Eruptive Piscaes, curing them more speedily nnd permanently than any oilier medicine known. It docs this by purifying nnd ch-ansing the blood I Ca ising it to flow in a...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 December 1860

CMMONICLE. 3 s ii. VOLUME 12. tOLi , "ULJiggg tizxbviU (ShxpniAt.- Priatod Weekly, on a douole-niodimn shoot every Friday nwruloc by NEBLETT & GRANT, Pulliiktri and Proprittert. TER MS : $1 J'BR ANtiVM l!f AD TA XCS. , j . - : . TERMS OF ADVERTISING, rat om uuab or-twiLTi lis oa is a InMrtloD ' -Two Insertion rhre Insertions 'u month 1 1 i J Two month Three month Six tnontlil Twelve months $4 10 & 00 t 00 15 00 t - 'v?"" If J. P. WILLIAMS, ' 1 . (Sncceasor to C. II. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, CDBKER OF FRONT k MAIN BTS. Clarksville, - - Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to tlie Storage and Bale of HsMwcru and all kind of produce. Nor. I, '60-ly '""". II. II. POSTON, ., Agent for V PBIW8TLVANIA RAIL ROAD. 'QCAKBtt OITT, INSCRASCH COMPAXr. IrtlARTBR OAK LIFE INflCRAXCK COMPANY Small package or beefy freight will bo eot by Mpreus, at reasonable rate. Through receipts, OTer Pennsylvania Railrond, jreu for Tobacco, Flour, and other freight de- deetined...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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