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

ii 1 1 sn ii ! i .1 M) t r. R. W. TII0J1AS, Editor. J. R. NERLETT, J. A. CHANT, ' ful tit here. Rft)U Announcing Marring and Deaths, fre, Obituaries and Tributes of Repprrt, over ten lines, charged for M other 'Jrt5sMiiriitt. OrTT AM Conunimitntiona must I addressed to tha Editor. Jlumnc Mtcrs to the Publisher. C Tj A. RKSV ILLI Friday, December 7, I860. t&- Tim pica which many, In th North, rgc in defence of their Toto tor Lincoln Is, thai tlicy were Inflaenccd by no anti-slavery feeling, but by a determination to defeat the Democratic party. The question then It wlftthcr it were batter to tulm(t,a while longer, to corrupt rale, or to endanger the Unioa by a lectional trtumph of the North over the South. It is a dangeroui doctrine that It l right to do wrong because, perchiince, good may come of it, and it rarely happens that the expected good doet aot turn out to be a serious mischief ai la th'n case. Ilnd those Northern men who rccVless 1 hazarded all in order to bent the Dem...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 December 1860

If eta! mi tw tiw. WEKLF.TT k GRANT. Local Editor. Friday, December 7th, 1860. HaT Chnnirk Ofct orer Pick: f Ely' l Stan. ffafSubsoriptiou must Invariably bs prid tor In ADYAXCE.-j& . tQU AilrertieemmtM, to wwmts instrfien, muetbe howled in Wednetday morning. A BAD THEME. A few vtttl only Intervene, wbe n the year 1800 will be " numbered with the yean beyond the flood," end we bare a mighty work to perform la thtt short space of lime. Though the task be diffl cult, yet we are compelled to meet it. Now, kind reader, we will inform you what wo bare to do and will keep you la suspense no long-en We bate printer ! billi'opoy, bouse-rent topay; the merchant aid Doctor, too, will want tbeir money j la met, everybody we owo will bo patting ui on the back aad demanding a settlement; If, perchance, they art o lenient, and do not place their claim In the handi of an officer. Wo bare one alternative left us, to enable ui to meet these things and that Is for those Indebted to HI to come for...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 December 1860

t I ! i t I! Cladf News for the Unfortunate ! Tilt tOKO tOVGHT FOB DlSCOVEIlED AT LAST. CHEROKEE REMEDY ! ! An unfailing Specific for all LHteoeu of tU I'rinary Or gin, and a General Alterative and Wood Pu rifier. THIS "REMEDY" CURES WHEN ALL OTHER -PREP A RATIONS KAIL. It U entirely unlike every other Medicine pre vribed for Veneral Ditratet, ns it contain no Min eral Poison or Nauseous Drugs, tiring pripared from Roots, Barks, and LtAVxa, in the form of a pleat Mt and delicioui 8ymp. It i "nature a own remedy," for Gonorrhoea, (Clap,) Gleet, Gravel, Stricture, aid is especially reconitutnded for Fluor Alhus, ( Whites la Female) for this complaint It i invaluable. As a general alterative and blood purifier It has no equal, and does not fail to cure Scrofula, Secon dary Syphilis, Glandular Swellings, Mercurial and all Eruplivt Diseases, curing them mora speedily and permanently than any other medicine known. It does this by purifying and cleansing the blood I Causing it to How in al...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 December 1860

OmBOIIIuIjIi CLARKSVILLE TENN S1TTSDAT, DIXOIBEK 8, 18 CO. The President's Message. FtUowCitun4 of the Striate and Eouu of RtpremUative : Throughout the year since our last meeting, the country ha been eminently prosperous in iu material interests. The general health hag been excellent, our harvests have been abun dant, and plenty smiles throughout the land. Our commerce and manufactures hare been prosecuted with energy snd industry, and hare yielded fair and ample returns. In short, no nation in the tide of time, has ever presented spectacle of greater material prosperity, than we have done until a very recent period. Why is it then that discontent now extensively pre vails and the Union of the States, which is the source of all these blessings, is threatened with destruction t The long continued and intemperate interference of the Northern peo ple with the question of slavery in the South ern States, has st length produced its natural effects. The different sections of the Union r...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 December 1860

v VOLUME 12. CLAMSVILLE, TEM., . FRIDAY,. DECEMBER 14, 18C0. H UMBER 3. 1 X:- (IV V Isi? TA I- Printed Weekly, on a doublo-toediMin (beat every "rtdwy awruuig, by NEELETT & GRANT, Pullitktrt and Propritlort. v Tsxifi :irriaAA,A VjTjx ad vaxce. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, res gi Kjiim or thilti um oh i.bph, Om Insertion ' ; Two Insertions fbree Insertions month 1 1 1 1 Two months Three mouths Six months Twelve months 4 10 t 00 V UU 15 00 00 tarings &mta. 5 J. P. WILLIAMS, (Successor to C. II. Suiltb.) Uccclrlnj, Forwarding and Coiamis Mou Merchant, - " CORNER OF FRONT k MAIN STS. Clarksville, - - Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to tin Storage nnd Sale of Tohaeeo nad all kiiuli or produce, ot: a, 'CO-ly H. H. POSTON, Agent for rB!?YLV AX IA RAIL ROAD. QOAfcEtt CITY I. VaC RANCH COMPANY, JIUttTUR OAK LI KB INSURANCE COMPANY Butall packages or heavy freight will be not by Bipreee, at reasonable rsls. Through receipts, over Pemuivtvanm Railroad, riven lor Tobacco, Flour, and other fre...

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 December 1860

CliuIiSviUc'ChrouwIe.' R. W. THOMAS, Llitvr. i, A. tiRANT, Ju,'t",frt- Announcing Marriage n Death, frevi, OhHiMrtea anil Tribute of Respect, over ten linn, t harped for aa other advertisement. fff All Commmiientlon fnut be addred to lh Editor. BiMiiiraa letter to ibt Publisher. nela of political mountclmnks, and no one can point to a ing! benefit likely to fellow the dangerous ex periment. We cannot gut rid of Ilia Korth hy se- ceosion, nor will It pnrga our owo body politic of the fool humor that unfit as for a jast appreciation 'A a healthy system of government. Try the f - pertment when we may, the dream of visionaries ill toon be dispelled, hy contact with atcrn ronlilira, and tlie srhemea ef the wicked will raooil upon themselves with fearful retribution. 'ig.'Xl''.1!!' OTj A. KKSV T T . X, E . Friday, December 14, 1860. SCtXSSIOS AXOnEVOMTIOS, The eagerness cf the itdvncntn of secession to justify themselves by a how of right, causes their iirgatw to teem with sotbistry and u...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 December 1860

A mitl gjtara te KKBLETT GRAT. JLocn .. Friday, December 14, 1860. Chronkh OJice over Pickering & L'tf t Stor. BttT'Subecripliont must Invariably be paid for In 05. AJpcrlitcmmt, to intur mention, mmtt bt taiultd in Wolmtday morning. BituOur Da ok, we believe, have not so far dono anything of consequence, since their aucpension, "toward relieving the monetary pressure. It u generally understood, at the time they suspended, that tliey did so in order that they might safely as we have learned ihcm, are as follows: extend their line of discounts, and thu give the C'arneal had a grocery at the Line, a short distance ' people some relief from the pressure resulting from alxive Tail' s Station, which he said had been 'oro the scarcity of money; and lwliering tills, almost! ken into once or twice, and he says that ho had a t very one nprroved their couno. As we have said gun in his hands, showing tfie negro bow he iuten hongh, up to this time very little, if anything', has dej o serve ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 December 1860

Glad News far tlic Unfortunate ! TlIK I.05(T 80VCHT Foil - DISCOVERED AT XsAST. : CHEROKEE REMEDY ! ! ' An unjaJhnff Spteifiefor nil Mtratet of the Vrinary Oryatu, and a General A Ihralirt ami il'.ixxl J'u- ritUr. TH18 "UEMKDY" CITES WlIF.K AM, OTHER PREPARATIONS FAIL. . It I entirely unlike every oilier Medicine prc t scribed for Venrral tisrettt, ns it contains no Min- aral Poison or Nauseous Drags, beinp prepared from Moors, Batiks, anil I.iatbh, in the form of a pleas Mt anil delirious Syrup. ItU "nature' own remedy," Tor Gonorrhoea, (Clop.) lilert, Gravel, Stricture, as 1 in pjijwinljy - recommended for Ftnor Albtit, (Whites in Females') t for this complaint it is invalnrthle. As a general Hlteralive and blood purifier It has no equal, nml does nut fail to rnre Scrofula, Heron dary Syphilis, Glandular Swellings, Mercurial and fill Eruptive Diseases, curing them more speedily and permanently tlmn any other medicine known. . It does lli in by purifying snd'elcnnsing the blood ! 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. — 21 December 1860

-GHJIOMIGLE. CLA11KSV1LLE, TENN., FftlMl, DECEMBER 21, i860. VOLUME 12. I Printed Weekly, On double-medium sheet every Fridatv morning, by ' NEBLETT & GBAKT, 'Publi1ir$ and Proprietor. L E T T H FROM THE . HON. JOHN BELL. TSHMS Xashvim.s, Dee. Clh, 1800. rar Sir; Could I have flattered myself that any argument I could address to tlie M m Meeting 3 rVK AXfii JU A' itl.VCi 'appointed lor the 25th ulL,M Vickshurg, would COIlinouic ill nilj hojwm inn uvjjin: iv am jm wuu j our wiiiputrioW in staying the progress of the en- timcnt whiclvuircritens to preeipiiuie your ninie in- TERMH OK AIVKrtTI!MNO roil so,VAn or twrlvi uses o less, Om Insertion Two Insertion (Three insertions ne month (1 1 3 I Two month Three months Six month Twelve months $4 5 0 eBusiness (SmK J. P. WILLIAIVIS, (Successor to C. n. Smith.) Rltelving, Fonrardinand Ctnimis t Mon Merchant, OORNEfl OF FHONT k MAIN' BTS. Clarksville, - Tennessee. i In . tw.liii.Mil vnrti.T u-hlf-li in mv luilirnipnt wnulil A I " " l'' " ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 December 1860

ffilattoills (Chronicle, n. W. THOMAS, Editor, 1. H. KKJtLFTT, J. A. GRANT, fl)u Ajinounolng Marring and Deaths, free, 'llrftuariea and Tribute of Respect, Over ten lint, charged fr a otliur advertisement. Frf All Communications nnt addressed to the tibtot. Uiuinm letters to llie Publishers. C la A. 11 KSV T 1,1.13. Friday, December 21, 1860. TELEGRAPHIC. FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. TUG SECESSION COXTEXTION. CounMA, 8. O, Dec. 1 7. A hevvy and almost obscuring fog hang likr a pull over Columbia, creating a general gloom. The smalt pox in Intense among the citizen end atran rera. Manv mcmlM-ra of the Lcirisl.iture have ffone home. A strong effort will fie made to-diiy to Ad journ the legislature aud Convention to thnrlc- Later. 1 tie Convention assembled et noon; Gen. &jf" A Ute Union meeting in New York appoin ted Millard Fillmore one of three pacificators, to go to South Carolina and fee wh.it ran be done to nrds a settlement of onr actional troubles. It seem hard for the coontry to r...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 December 1860

ami to flcm NKBLETT It OhANT. local Editor. Friday, December 21, 1860. fca)T ChronkU Ofict ortr Pickering Ely Stort. .. Jflubacrlptioo must iuvnriuhly b paid for in AUVAXCK.-n Advrtitehttnti, tt inruri inter Hon, mutt be kuniltd in Wtdiuedoy morning. A Paoroamo. To all of our subscriliers, wlio are in arrca for uba.Tiption to tho Cl-roniele nnil they are no small number we make tlie following proposition i If they will come forward and pay their account by the first day of February 1861, we will only charge them the advance rati ($'J 00.) If they delay longer tlmo that time, they will be charged expiration rati, which are f 2 50 in six mottbs, and fcl 00 at the end of rath year. This U a chance for largo niim'ier of our subscriber to Hare twrerul dollar, and we hope they will avail tucinsclvc of the opportunity. tiiRiRTH.va. Next week being Christmas, we will according to custom, issue no pape. The printer need some respite from work, after toiling almost Incessantly through the yea...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 December 1860

PKFoiib Takixh THi i:lixih. . Af rkl fAKISO THI KMX III. Dlt. WIUOTIT!S C1CI ItHRATFI REJUVENATING ELIXIR! Prepared on the strictest Pharmaceutical prinriplef ' by one of. the ablest Chemists of the Age. Thin Is altogether new medicine, the result of modern difoyeric In Hie vegetable kingdom, lie Ins; an entirely new nnd ahstract method of cure, irrespective of ell the old and worn-nut systems published by accomplished quark to the suffering. Dr. Wrightwell knowing the. deception practised npoji the fniinitialed, frit It his duty at once to hare thin Klixcr tented by the whole Meilirul Fac ulty, who, without eren one dissenting voice, hnve given In their adherence to It perfect and nndivi def control over the whole physical man when his frame has been rednced, and when ell other rtwll eines known to the Phnrmncopa'in h )ecn tried in rain. Long-thought rear of pjstivnt Inveetiga tion, and a nil desperandum, have crowned the Doc tor effort, and he now offera the Elixir to anger ing hn...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 January 1861

III fii Volume 12. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FBIMY, JANUARY 4, 1801. NUMBER '5. CLARKSVILLE CHRONICLE, j , lL u.y.-iM? i ii i M-a I "!i!5!JL -JUHJi.UiL'illil-J I JAJ.Llli'.JUJl fi '.' 1 1 ,4 Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheot every l"rJ4y morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Pmlliihert and Proprieton. rtXMSt $2 PER AXA'VM IN ADVA KCE- TKRM3 OF ADVERTISING, voa oss squabs or twelvs line ok lkuj. On lOMrtion Two lniertiona fur Insertion ne month fl 1 3 2 Two months Thres months Six monthi Twelve month $4 50 6 00 s oo 15 00 : "si l tvxvmwiiz 1 - -strfWi J. P. WILLIAMS, (Successor to C. H. Smith.) Jlectlving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, CORNER OF FRONT A- MAIN STS. Olarksville, - Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale of Tobacco ana all kinds 01 proauc. Mot. 2, '80-ly H. H. POSTON, Agent for PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. QOAKER CITY INSURANCB COMPANY. JBABTBR OAK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Small packages or heavy freight will be seut by Bxprws, at reasonable raiea. Through ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 January 1861

""""ft . .. ... v Fi K. W. THOMAS, iV.tor. J. 8. NEBLETT, 1 Publisher!. J. A. ultANT, V?km AjMwunoinjr MarTirge and Perth, free, IrbituArles and Trihuh of ltf!pcct, over ten lines, barged for as other advertisements. 90?" All Communications mint he addrtwed to tU Editor. Dusinnn! letters to the Publishers. OLAEKSVILLE. Friday, January 4, 18C1. 1 SF Separate secession ij Southern disunion, nnd 'he Etata thnt adopt it not only abandon nil its rights in the Union, but betrays the Slates to which H is bound by community of interests nnd identity of institutions. South Carolina bus thin nb-tcoud-d, and Alabama and Mississippi promise to follow In her wake, In a very few days. These facts de mand of the remaining slave States prompt action and a common purpoe ; and w hat thnt purpose should be, is too clearly indicated to be mistaken. We hare repeatedly urged that a united South should exhaust every constitutional means for the preservation of the Union before recourse is had to the extre...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 January 1861

" I I MIW i f . it. : MEBLETT GRANT, -oeol AWitors. i Friday, January 4, 18G1. Subscriptions moat InTariably b paid for In ADVAlfCEr&i tfO Adrtrtutrmenti, to mswrs landed m Wtdnettday morning. inittrtion, mutt be USTltla somewhat difficult, after tin holiday njoyments of Christmas week, to settle down to thsj old routine of daily labor, and wa must aik a little Indulgence from our reader, on that account, for tbe omission of much local matter Hint we had prepared ' for thii hsue. Hercaftor we design to give more attention than ever to tHU department, and hope to make it more acceptable tlina ever to our reader. I HrsciAL Thai.-Capt. Bob McRcyno'd.i will ran train from Cumberland City next Monday morn ing, to accommodate all who may wish to attend County Court that day. Tbn train will leave the abore place at 8 o'clock, A. (., and arrive tic re about 9. Returning will Iravo here at 3 o'clock, P. M. EKCOriAOEMKNT OF flOMa. M AXIT JC7t'HS. Mc- Cormac, the liberal and accomplished 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. — 4 January 1861

V MCTOSB TAlLlim Til s.rrtn Tm mi exixeii. rit. wmoirrs CTXKRATT REJUVENATING ELIXIR! Prepared on tbe strictest Pharmaceutical principle by one of the ablest Chemists of the age. Tbli i altogethor a new medicine, the risnlt of tuodern discoviries in the Tegctahlo kingdom, be ing an entirely new and abstract method of cure, irraapectiv of ll tqc old and Woiu-ut system published by accomplished quacks to the suffering. Dr. Wright, well knowing the deception practiced upon tbe uninitiated, Ml it his duty tit rce to hsrr tHia Elixcr tested by the whole Meci'ld Fac ulty, who, without even one dissenting voice, have given in their ndhcrence to its perfect aud tindivi-, ded control over the whole physical uinn when his frame hai been reduced, and when oil other medi aince known to the l'hrniacopria Imvc been tried in Tain. Long-tiioiight years of patient investiga tioo, and a nil desperandum, have crowned the Ioc tor1 efforts, and lie now offers the Elixir to sufler ing humanity at the on!...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 January 1861

ltilm-Um-'-' -oww.e mi.-.x- .,.y..:J,.,.Wl.liLirMllilMIWW'tMI.WI WPI 1 1 IWSI ilWMmi 1.. , , . .. , , , , I fe IMIIHllUWIMWMlHimlHw.,w,l .m,..,.,. , i , i mm . . mjL , 1 :1 "T1 'fortunate ! CLARlSVILLE, TENN., FEttAY, JANUARY 11, 1861.- KtJMBER G. VOLUME 12. l 'V.,, ' V M II II lil'll ' l tiilLL ... 1 JL.! 1.. ' " " 1 - - --' '- J 1 !' i Hi... awJ 9 iv i Printed Weekly, on double-medium sheet every Iridy morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Pulliiheri and Proprietor!. TEKXSi $2 PER AASV.V IX ADYASCE. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, POI OSS )OABS Or TWELVE LINES OR LBs. Om Insertion Two insertions Three insertions r month $1 1 2 2 Two month Three months Six mouths Twelve months U 60 6 00 9 00 15 00 Shustafss (Santo J. P. WILLIAMS, (Successor to C. II. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, "CORNER OF FRONT MAIM 8TS. Clarksville, Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage snd Sale of Tobacco aud all kluJi ol produce. , Nov. 2, 'CO-ly H. H. POS LON7 Agent for FKHK3YLVAXIA RAIL ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 January 1861

IthrnnitTA Sfc PH.f .-t- W. THOMAS, EUtor. 1.6. NEBLETT, rv,., , J. A. GRANT, ' VW"'- t3)kAiMiotuiu1rjj Marriages and Prathi, free, Ubiraanc and Tribntcs of Rerpect, over ten lino, charged tor a other advertisement. SB All Commnnlrarlona must he addressed to lb Kdikir. Buainers letters to the Publisher. Cr,VIl KSVILLE. Friday, January 11, 1331. TEE RICIIMOI pICETIXG. W are gratified to see that lite great meeting in Richmond, Virginia, by n laifejmnjority, declared the action of South Carolina premiitnro and itn ul- Itic. Such rash conduct is not only prossly unjust to the other Soul hern States, but I ruinous to South Carolina and reflect nio-d unfavorably iijion i came that can be rendered patriotic nnd just oulv by showing to the world (hut there i. no constitutional remedy fur the evils of which wc rightfully com plain. As long n the present Administration holds way, thore Is no excuse for any aggressive meos res against the property and laws of the United Ptatw; and whilst ther...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 January 1861

-.4- Y V 'A V.J 0 444 g)rU'rV 2ts NEBLETT & GH.ANT. -ooil ."Jiton. Friday, January 11, 1861. tgTPnbwrtptiouf nnt Invariably be paid for In ADVAXCE.HH t?5U AivirtitemenU, to inturt intertion, mutt b funded in WtinenUty morning. Tim CASH SYSTEM. The bafd timos have been suggestive of various ays and mean of cl preservation among our business men, and hare brought about some radi ral changes in their mode of doing business. Clarksville has alwnys been notorious as a credit torni. Nearly everything done here has been doue l credit. People buy and sell on a credit, court on a credit, marry an a credit, and in one of our . fcvwt worthy and respectable churches, get religion ton six months credit! In a word our community bare been In the habit of living and dying on a tredit; and a man to have talked about innovating Uur venerable and tims-honorcd customs, by at tempting to lull for cash, would, a year ago, have been regarded M one who wished to retire from business. Men's minds, howev...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 January 1861

: 1! t Y. J y -j rr. iron TAKtSU Till lTk.S TAKIHO TUB 'KMX III. mi. whioiit-b OKI MIHATIU REJUVENATING ELIXIR! Prepared on th strictest Pharmaceutical principle by on of the abbist Chemists of the age. Tfcl Is altogether n new medicine, the rcenlt of modsrn discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, be ing an entirely uew nnd abstract method iif cure, irrespe.-tivo of alt tho old nnd worn-out systems published by accomplished quack to the suffering. Ur. Wright, well knowing the deception practiced upon the uninitiated, felt it hi duty nt nmt to i Dare tun tnxor tested ty the whule lledical Fac ulty, who, without even one dissenting voice, have given in their adherence to its perfect and undivi ded control over the whole physical man when hii frame hai been reduced, and when all other medi iuea known to the Pharmaeopa-ia have been tried In Tain. Long-thought years of patient investiga-, tion, and a nil deiperandum, have crowned the Doc tor' efforts, and lie now oilers the Elixir to nu ti...

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