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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 January 1861

. t , it i ' 'u Bj"g-j . 'i ! . -VJ 1 jlx l.i.l-J-S!55!"-bi. i-,' i 'AJLaigjsjaj-asaBgart i i. J. 'V, VOLUME 12. Printed Weekly, on a double-medium shett every FliAay moViing, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Pullithtr$ nnd Froprietort. XRi!S: $2 PER AX ST 31 fX AUVAXCE- TERMS OF ADVERTISING, tot oss iwars or twklve lines or lbss. Dim Insertion Two Insertion! three insertions 'ne month $1 1 2 2 Two month Three montht Six month , Twelve month U 50 5 00 9 00 15 00 J. P. V7ILLIAIV1S, (Successor to C. n. Smith.) Reviving, Forwarding nnd Commis sion Merchant, CORNER OF FRONT It MAIN STS. Clarksvillc, Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sole of Tobacco nnd till kinds of produce. Not. 2, '0-ly ' H H. POSTON, Agent for PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. QCAKER O.TY INSCRANCB COMPANY. CHARTER OAE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Small pAcksgo r heavy freight w ill be sent by Express, at reasosable mien. Through receipts, over Pennsylvania Railroad, given for Tobacco, Flour, and other freights des Settine...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 January 1861

(SlittJvoviUc hv0mck, V,'. THOMAS, FaHU. have often been requested to give our views of the con'titittionaHty of separate secession, but have invaHnVy rrpl!e,1 that tlure cnn be no constitutional argument of a proposition which the Comtitution never contemplated in any contingent cy. It is A supremely ridiculous to suppose Hint the wise friimer of our Constitution intended to Announnne Mnrriaeix or.d Dratlts, free, I fashion a government who- stability wn to depend UbKuarie mid Tributes of Kwpect, over ton lines, j ufou the pftMj0D, or cnpriccs of a Hiiifcle coitstitu- S. NEB LETT, J A. CHANT, Pultither. tyvrged fur as other advert isctnetit. Sfcy" All Cumtnunlaithins must bt addressed to tat Editor. Buslnm letters to the Publishers. i. U"J-1 1 . J .' . 'I"'- "!' " l." J' 111 C la A. 11 IC S V J T. T. It . Friday, January 18, 18G1. . 1 Wl ent jiart, that we are surprised to find the ('(institu tional righf of secession contended for by any sen sible man. The resolutions of '08-9 are...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 January 1861

I' v goral ami $m ftcm NERLETT k GRANT. Local Editors. Friday, January 18, 1861. JfaSuWiptioni must invariably be poid for in ADVAXCE.-&& &&.AJvrtimunUi, to mntr insertion, miatbt hamlrd m WtikiesJuy morning. Musical Soiree. We are rcfpieftcd to an teoonce that there will be tt "Musical Soiree," nt I" Clarksville Female Academy, tble (Friday) even- f . v.r.i in commence at 7 o'clock. Patroni mnd friends of Jhe Institution arc invited to attend Lefe all go! f HfjiJf the balance of the State is like this city ad county, Tennessee is thoroughly and unancr, bly opposed to the unholy designs of tho secess ionists and dlsuninnists. We have heard the pres ent posture of affairs talked about a good deal, and Vv all classes of men, and yet we have to find the ' first roan who is in favor of immediate secession. And yet our people are not for the Union at the acrifice of Southern rights, or Southern honor. ' bey an tot it, though, so long ns it can be preserv. d with those con...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 January 1861

I" v.. -4 !! 1 v ,1 Ait l V.M'l' 1 ' APTKB Timin TIN I'.I.Kin. REJUVENATING ELIXIR ! J'rcparejl fa?he s'rictcM PharmaccuTical p'riucipleV by caTu of tho ablest Chemists of I ho ago. aTiis is altogether ft new medicine, the result of n;o9rn discoveries la the vegetable kingdom, lie ing nn entirely new nnil abstract method of tare, itwUfrtive of all the ohrnmi worn'-feul sTstcius pnhii-hiU by accomplished "q'urcrka to iCf suffering. Jf. W right, well knowing iih deception pracrmei ,LE0NARD1C0LUKJI ! REAL ESTATE AGENT f .And - AUGIONEER! rftanVfiil for the generous patronage bestowed fill the lust tliirtecu'ycnT'a, I solicit a eoiitinnwiae of ttii gnmr, and shull lift nil In my power m nsnal to mike it-he interest of the people to mt their busl-Buj-s in my band to do. J- ftl confident, from my luug experience, that I tin lictter prepared to sub serve your interest thin ever, froflt the fnrt that I in better Known, nnd better pooled HI regard to the want of the peify". 1 will giv1 stric...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 January 1861

f 1 ' 1 - It 4 0 IV 4jt w rT GRANT, local Editor. ly, January 25, 1861. f , Jcription must Invariably be paid for in J4wrto,, inwrn, '. ral,rf M 1Tfnfajr.nKrmy.' - - - Baku or America Scwexoiu. TUU Bank, sus pended payment last Monday." We learn that lb. uspeaslon will be but temporary; at they bare (w..r Informed) o.ly about $T,000 out In circu lation, and there Is fear time tUt amount due the Bank la Judgment! betides a large .mount of bonds, aotei Ac, which are held by the Bank. We .would advlue Iboi who hoia lueirnou:. v - Krf i t rlll t redoem- fu.'.-wtm, at wt ieci -j ti ia abort time. . -v, ; ' A. mating of the people of tbii county Is to be held at the Court-house ia this city, next Monisy, to nominate wtudidate to represent ut In our proposed Stste Convention. Tbe election bat beer, ordered by the Legislature to be held on the th of February noil, and if the voto for a Con ventlon shall preTail. it l to meet on the 25th of next month. In voting, each voter will write, or ha...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 January 1861

SssefZiTC.-.:- . ttswi tima - mca TitT rn fJUXIlA, .ELIXIR. wit. wrtTamrw . . IKf.TSRATSO J REJUVENATING ELIXIR1 Prepared on tbe strictest Pharmaceutical principle by ono of the ablest Chemiat uf lb tig. Tule li altoerrtbcr ft new medicine, th rmiflt of Trodvm dlscoverl In th vrgetah e kingdom, he Ing an entirely new and alfttract method of tori, Irreflpertlv of nil the o!d and worn-out systems published bjr aceompll.hed "Mark to th Suffering. lr. Wright, well knowing (in deception practised pod tb uninitiated, frit It bis duty at once to W thia Elixer tasted by tit whol' Medical Fur Ity, who, wllaont rrn ont dissenting voice, hurt given la th(r adherence to ita perfect and nndivi Wkl control over tna who! physical twin when bil frame h been rednoed, add wbeo all other mtdi eine known to tb Phartnacco bare been tried In ain. Long-thought years of patient Investign tion, and a nil dtrperanitum. hav erowned the I oc tet effort, ant be now offer tlie Elixir to suffer ing humanity aa th...

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

OP 1 I. a ,.' r .VOLUME 12. " ST A.TIStEN"T. OF1 Til 13 CONDITION ' ' OF THE ' PHCEIUIX INSURANCE COMPANY, OF HARTFORD, CONN.. OX THE 31sf DA V OF DECEMBER, 18G0. - Alftde U the Auditor of' Tennessee, pursuant to the Statute of that State.cntitled " A Act to regulate Aponcics of Insurance Companies, not incorporated by the State of Tennessee, lit, The name of th Company U the Phikmx Inscbasci Comfat, and is located . at Hartford, Conn. 3d. The amount of iu.Cnpital Stock Is 3d. The amount of its Capital Stock, paid up, is 4th. The Assets of the Company are as follows : 1. Cash on hand, and in Bunk $81,244.88 J. tush in the banJsuf and due from Agents 56,703.67 S. Amount loaned on Mortgages of Real Estate. 4. Amount loaned on pledge of Dank Stocks A, Amount loaned, otherwise secured M Shares United States Trust Cos. Stock, New ttO " American Exchange Unnk i 00 " Metropolitan " S00 " Manufac'rs A Mcr'cbs " 150 " Continental " 428 " Mfhanica " (00 " : Puo-nix ' 1100 . . " Merchant's Exc...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 February 1861

T A &ixMti (Chronicle, ViCAey. if Marriage tnJ IVatbe, fW, ibnteeof Re pec t, over ten idrtismeiit. untlon most be addressed to - h letter to the Puhllben vSVILLE. February 1, 18 GL v STATE CONVENTION. -Election of Delegates FeVy 9th. Southern lights Uulon Ticket. Tor the Senatorial District, V HON. CAVK JOHNSON. Por the Floater Dirtrli-t, JOHN r. W018E, ESQ. For the Connty, .. JAU:8 E. RAILKT, LSQ. tviT ".The Stale Rights Antl-C.cion Commit tee," In It! heated apical to the j0opjg of Tennessee, ia behalf of linmedUktewcx-tsioa, pathetically : fur bcart would sink within os at tb bore "thought of the kgrdatiou and loftuny of afaaa- k,;mg ouv more Southern brethren, anited to m "by eJ the tie of eyropethy and interctt," ka. New, w like t tMI question fairly elated and t.t.t- , - - .1 .) i i . sf miliy Itrguvu, niiu mjiw nai every eiiuri; . throw dut In the eye of the people. Tbet name of tbta committee is An insulting libel. If .'' except Andy Johnson and Emerson Etheridge,'we kn...

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 February 1861

7? J J i HilV. 11 J L. VOLUME 12. CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8,. 1861. HUMBEH 10. 3 Jl JhA 1 11 i i it STATEMENT OF THIS CONDITION OF THE PHOENIX INSURANCE COIYIPANY, i .. OF HARTFORD, CONN.. OX THE DAY OF DECEMBER, I860. Made to the Auditor of Tennessee, pursuant to the Statute of that State, entitled " Ao Act to regulate Agencies of Insurance ComponieB, not incorporated by the State of Tennessee," passed March 1st, 1854. 1st. The name of the Company is the Puoenix Insi'bahcb Compact, and is located at Hartford, Conn. 3d. The amount of its Capital Stork is Sd. The amount of its Capital Stock, paid up, is 4th, The Assets of the Company are as follows: 1. Cash on bond, and in Bank $61,244.60 3. Cash in the bunds of and due from Agent 66,799.67 8.Amount loaned on Mortgages of ileal Estate.. 4. Amount loaned on pledge of Hunk Stocks t. Amount loaned, otherwise secured 0 Shares United States Trust Co's. Stock, New York, Par Val. $ 5,000 Market Vnl. $ C,500 300 " American Exchan...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 February 1861

(StarfcsvilU Chronicle, R. W. THOMAS, Editor. 3. S. NF.BLETT, ruhluhert. J. A. GRANT, rWk. Announcing Marriages nnd Dcatba, free , Obituaries and Tributes cf Respect, over tea line, charged For .in other advertisements. fraJT' All Communications mart he addressed to lli Editor. Busmen letters to the Publisher. CLAK KBV I la J-j IS . Friday, February 8, 186L STATE CONVENTION. Election of Delegates FeVy 9th. Southern .Rights Union Ticket. For the Senatorial district, nox. CAVE JOUNSOX. For the Floater's District, JOnN F. HOUSE, ESQ. For the County, JAMES E. BAILEY, ESQ. W59U To-morrow the people of Montgomery are to ote for or against a Convention, and for dele gate to (aid Convention, iu case there i a majority Tote for It. Should it to happen that the majority of such delegated are men of high intelligence, tried patriotism and known prudence, a Convention Trill prove the best mo'e of shaping the action of Ten nessee In the present crisis, and the most effective means through which ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 February 1861

V II I i I ! lilt Trl 1 . li, z Sib cms NEBLETT A GRANT. Lotal EJitori. Friday, Feruary 8, 1361.. tfJTStibscription must invariably be paid for In AUVAXCEr, 5, Aioertittnienlt, to inturt iuertion, mutt it Mantled in Wednctduj morning. - -. l-Zf We are authorised to an Bounce Thomas W. ' Wisdom, f'., as s candidate for Judge of tb 10th Judicial Circuit of Tennessee, composed of the tonntles of Robertson, CJicathani, Dickson, Stew fcrt, aud Montgomery. Election to Uka place 9th Match, 1 SCI. February 8, lSClte. ti We nro authorised to announce J. O. Suacs fei.foiiD. an a candidate for Judge of the loth Judicial Circuit of Tennessee, contused of the counties of - Robertson, Cheatham, Dicksou, Stewart, and Mont gomery. February 8, 1861 e. Loot. Droppfd from a carriage, last fiaturday, on the Trenton road, between Spring Creek and Clarkt ville, a lady 'a dark leather "Companion," or Work box,. containing pair of gold-framed Spectacle, a breast-pin. set with hair (the pin broken olf) pock...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 February 1861

f ktroHK takino th KM II It. '$4 AFTFR TAKING THt i:mviu. t 1)11. AVTUOIIT'S REJUVENATING ELIXIR! 'Prepared on the strictest Pharmaceutical principles by one of the ablest Chemists of the ngo. Thin in altogether a new medicine, she result of 1 i .i; t ii.. ... i j i niuuurn uwoovrncn in mu rt:oui'tj iiiiioiii, iit- Ing an cntiiwy new anil niisiracl nieuiocl ot cure, irrespective of all the oll and worn-nut systems published by accomplished quacks to the suffering. Dr. Wright, wclfknowing tha (Km -cption practised nKm the miuitiated, felt it his duty nt once to have this ElixtT tested by the whole Medical Fac ility, who, without even one dissenting voice, have jpvcu In their adherence to its perfect ami uwltvi dei eontiohnver the whole physical man when his triune has been reduced, and when all other tnedi- vlue known to the Pharmacopoeia have been tried in ruin. Long-thought years' of patient bn-figr,- i lion, awl n nit derjieramtim, have crowned the Doc tor's tfi'orts, and he now o...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 February 1861

4 t VOLUME 12. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, -FEBRUARY 15, 1861. NUMBER 11. :i rrr 3 1 , .-medium sheet every rid)r naming, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Pmhlitnert and Proprittort. TERMS : $1 PRR AXaVM IX AD7ASCE. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, VOB OKI SO.BARS Or TWELVS USES 0 LI Dm Insertion Two insertion Three insertions na month 1 1 1 1 Two months Three months Six month. Twelve months $4 tO 6 00 9 00 IS 00 J. P. WILLIAMS, , (Successor to C. H. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, CORNER OF FRONT & MAIN STS. Olarksville, - Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sal of Tobaoeo and all kind, oi produce. Not. J, '60-ly 1 CEO. PEUKAU. JOSHUA COBB, St. Louie. L'larktcille, Trim. PEGRAM & COBB, Commission Merchants, Comer of Mniu and Plum ttreas, ST. LOUIS, MO. J. COBB & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CLABK3VILU, T E ij N . Wo solicit order for the purchase of Flour, Corn, B,icon, ic, and will give prompt attention to en titling sum. CUrkmllo, Sept. 21, 'CO Gm . ....

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 February 1861

P.. W. THOMAS, Wtor, J. fl. NEISLKYT, J. A. GRANT, rMithrrt. Ffk Announcing Marriage:) and Prnths,fre.e, Obituaries and Tribute of Resta'ct, over ten liuea, charged for n? other advertisements. tt&T All Coinmimtcntions must be addressed to i tie tiuior. Husineas titters to tnc rutiiiMiers. O J j A It K B V I Ij L II Friday,. February 15, 1861. fcj5"Tne slrikc-nt-once party who are so eager to precipitate Tennessee into revc lation and to make it a member of tbo Soutlicru Confederacy, might profit by ttiidying the character of tlie government which that Confederacy may adopt. The hints thrown out by lending men, tlmt free government U ft failure., and that a monarchy is preferable to tb rickety institutions under which we have lived and prospered for nearly eighty years, are worthy f serious consideration by the people of Tennea- Me. We will give an extract or two to show in which quarter the wind blows. The Georgia Chron lei k fentinel, a conservative paper which opposed immedia...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 February 1861

. V - C3' NEBLETT 4 GRANT, Zocal JVi'tor. Friday, Feruary T5, 1861. lining In oursanetasn, brooding overhe toils, culties, unci labors of this lift, and anfk ipating MT Subscriptions must invariably b paid fbr in ADVANCHr&a. IVfL. At'iertiiementt, t inturt inter lion, mutt be Kmuki m Wednetday morning. tVSf W are authorised to announce Thomas W. Wbsiioii, Esq., as a candidate forjudge of tlit 10th Judicial Circuit of Tennessee, coniosed of the counties of Robertson, Cbeatbam, Dickson, Stew art, ami Montgomery. Election to take place 9th March, 1861. I February 8, 1861 te. tf. We are authorised to annonnee J. O. 8bace m.roKD. as a candidate lor Judge of the 10th J adicial Circuit of Tennessee, composed of the counties of Robertson, Cheatham, Dickson, Stewart, and Mont gomery, ybrunry 8, 1861 te. X DSyTlie result of the vote on the question of "Convention," or "no Convention," in this State, hows an overwhelming Union majority that is an Overwhelming majority against immediate sec...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 February 1861

II. H. POSTON, (Kciicral Insurance Agent, CLARES VILLE, TENN. STATEAtENT OF THE CONDITION ' .. ' Of the ' ' LYNCHBURG' - HOSE AND FIRE INSURANCE CO, ON THE Ut DAT OF JANUARY, 1861. Huh to the Auditor of Tennessee, pursuant to the Statute of that State, entitled "An Act to regulate Agencies of Insurance Companies, not incorporated by the State of' Tennessee," passed March 1st, 1854. 1st. Th nam of th Company it th "Ltscbbcbjo Hoot on Firs Inscsikcs Cimrsxv," sad is locatd t Lynchburg, Virginia. 3d. Th amount of its Capital Stock is $200,000 00 d. Th amount of its Capital Stock, paid up, is $100,000 00 Amount of Bonds fur Stock..... .v.... 99.940 do 200,000 00 Ths Bonds are given by the Stockholders for part of the Capital Stock with (rood security, and ar under tlx control sf the Board of Directors of the Company, who have the right to require ad ditional security or the payment of the amounts, if deemed necessary, or the condition of the Com pany should at any time require it, and i...

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