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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 February 1861

1 i 1 k. I 1 a iiubij in m ii ?""""?.,SI. t CLAHK.SVILLE. TENN., - FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1861. MUM15ER 12'. VOLUME 12-. Hi - " - " .l " ... ' , i ; "" . '-..,. . . , - 5 h I J Printed Wtkly, a doable-medium shoot every fMdarf mmhig, by NEBLETT & GRANT, " Fmhll tktrt and Jfropritturi. XJSSXS: PX AKJUVM Ilf ADJAKCS TERMS or ADVERTlBlNfj, I et . TWIkVI uas 0 11 Oh Insertion Terw Imtertiona rare loeortiooa sj month Two mc-sib Three months 81 x months Twelve months $4 SO t 00 , t 00 15 00 1 1 - J. P. WILLIAMS, 4- 1 r ,(.- -' (Succ-easor to C. Ii. Smith.) Retelling, Forwarding and Coauds- : .. 1 klon Merchant, . corner or front a mai stb.- CUrksyille, - - Twinesse. Proupt atUutioa fii to lk BVjth W of CcbMoo and HI kiuU OI pMUQ , ot. 1, '80-ly ' 4 PIG RAM. St. Ltnm UK. 308HCA OOBB, CtorkieiiU, Tttm. PEGRAM & COBB, GoMimission Merohants, Cotumr of Uaiu and Plum HnxU, 8T. LOUIS, MO. J. C0BB& CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CLARK3VILLH, TIUX. W nolkit ordant for ths purcbu of Flour, Cor...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 February 1861

J. A. RAKT, J VW"'"T- H. Annoiirmnf 'Marr-apr and TAtha, free, ttbituoriea ind Tribute) of Refpeet, over ten in, barged for as othor advcrti:em-tiui. . . -j larAUCommtinioitiiin vnust -to acMirwd, to th Editor, Ilnsinrt tatters to the I'uhlirher. ' '". CL AR KS V I t7t, E Friday, February 22,' 18GL u mnn ' mjiif . lr3.Who ami what in AM Lincoln,' that the rye of thirty-three mi'lions of people should 'be fixed upon him, and their expectation on tip-toe .for the utterances that may fell from lite tip ? He te n aonllcj and brai'DletS demagogue, and every word he bo spoken sine he left borne confirms "the oft impeachment. -We: ha vo never read speech so utterly devoid of patriotism and common sense so destitute of ineftiiing.- A pitiful atte'ptal 'tiu'mor I barely perceptible, and considering the gloomy ospe ct of nationnl affairs, he may Justly be likened to Nro fiddling whilst Rome wa burning. If be be an honfefl man, actuated by patriotic 1m pnlees, be must be a consummate fool; and...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 February 1861

NEBLETT GRANT, local Kditoru Friday, reruary 22,1861. t Subscription milstlnvamUy b paid for in B,lirrTMni, to :Mw JLmitoi n nVtefcJjy nwrnmg." TRIP TO TEWKESSEE RIVER.' To location of depot lit tb crowing on. Tenn mm River on th line of the M. C. k U -Railroad, tuHd tha directory to go down !n a special train last Saturday to view the pfemlseV.' Some invited gaett went with them, the who! making a part; of tome thirty or . forty. Of course -all shade of opinion, were represented and all kind of temper ament. Expectedly, national affair formed the chief topic, and the Union wat saved a peaceable separation accomplished a Southern Confederacy , vrilhou'i diritt taxation; or vUk direct or civil wat, with alt lt glaring horrors, wan inaugurated, waged, and concluded (both ways,) at least a'dyzeh time on the route.. All "aboard"' kept their tem per, and th interspersed sparks of w and humor kept the ears' la a roar down and up. A. more pleasant excursion coiitd not well tak nine. ; We b...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 February 1861

II. ii. poston, . (Etencjral : Snsurahec gciit, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. stvteiejst ow the condition '- OF THE ! . ' LYNCHBURG HOSE AND FIRE INSURANCE CO, . OX TILE Ut DAY OF JANUARY, " Ha la to tlie Auditor of Tennessee, pursuant to the Statute of that State, entitled "An ActtO regulate Agencies of Inauranco Companies, not incorporated . . by the State of Tennessee," passed March 1st, 1854. The name of the Conqmny la the- "Lmcnui Bn at Lynchburg, Virginia. ' W Tho Btnount of Its Capital Stock U 84 The amount of its Capital Slock, paid up, is... Amount of Hond for Block These Bonds are given by the Stockholders for re under the control of the Hoard of Directors of tho Company, who have the right to require ad ditional security or tlie payment of the amounts, if deemed necessary, or the condition of the Com pany should at any tiuiy require it, and In case of a failure or refusal of any Stockholder to give ad ditional security, or pay up the amount of his Bond, or any part thereof, when req...

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 March 1861

CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY. MARCH 1, 1861. NUMBER 13. VOLUME 12. i is 9 1. tl' Printed Weekly.on a double-medium sheet every FrUr.y merning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Publiikeri and Proprittor$. TUBUS: $2 FER Alt HUM IX ADVANCE- TERMS OK ADVEUTISIN3, oa ol q,OAn or twslvb liih om IM Co Insertion Two insertion Three Insertion a month $1 I 2 1 Two mouth Three montbf Six month TweWc month $4 50 6 00 9 00 IS 00 J. P. WILLIAMS, (Successor to C. H. Smith.) Receiving. Forwarding and Commls klon Merchant, CORNER OF FRONT & MAIN BTS. Clarksville, Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to tht Storaf and Sal of Tobacco and ail una 01 pewmi. Jfor. t, '60-ly SO. PBQRAM, St. Lord. JOSHUA COBB, Ctar kttillt, Ttnn PEGRAM & COBB, Commission Merchants, Corner of Main and Plum itrcoU, ST. LOOIS, MO. J. COBB& CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. w. tnVwt orders for the purchase of Flour, Corn, Bacon, Jtc, and will give prompt attention to exe cuting same. Clarksville, Sept. 11, '60-6m J. H. ...

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 March 1861

(CtotluviUv (tlttoiuctc, K. W. THOMAS, Editor. J. S. NSftLKTT, Eult-Mm. J. A. Ult ANT, WU Annotinoi'ng Marrinpts and Penthe, free, (Hlitnarica nnd Tribute of Rrrpcct, over ten line, sharped for m other adve rtlfetncnt. tfrff All Communication must tie addressed to tlie Kditor. 13 usiuess tatters lo the Puhlinhcrs. Friday, March 1, 1861 lua ;. n . i ay i J 'Li. ' l.l One of the fallacies upon which the Repub licini baso their opposition to compromise is the suggestion, that to recognize slavery la the Ttrrito riei South of 30 30N is to nationaliie It . We can pot tee bow slavery enn be more thoroughly na tionalized than it ia by its recognition and endorse ment by tire Constitution Under which we hold our righte. There l not to be found lu that instrument one single provision discriminating between sec tion!, and every clause Las dirrct rcfureoce to the whole people, and every right it confers is national, nnd none 1cm so than the right to hold slaves as property. The amendment of th...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 March 1861

1 CD KEBLETT GRANT, Local Editcrt. t Friday, March 1, 1861. tSTSiiWiptlous must Invuriably I JiJ for 1" ADVAXCEn&l X. AJwrtinenumU, k meure inwrion, ntuitbt JUmJwf in TTeJftetday morning. 8gJThe celebration of the 22nd of February In our city, wai certainly a rcry quiet unostenta tiou proceeding, yet quite tin interesting one. Tha exercise consisted in addresses, appropriate to the occasion, by representative of the two Literary Societies of 8tcwrt .College. At an early hour in the evening the Presbyterian Church was filled With an assemblage embracing every grade, trade, and probation, of our people the diletanti, litera ti, upper-ten, and substrata all eager to do honor to the memory of the Father of his country, and show their fine clothes. The Stewart Society was rtpre'ented by Mr. Jn. Campbell, of Paducah, Ky.; and Mr. John L. Wil ton, of Knoxville, Tenn.; and Washingson Irving Bociety by Mr. Junius Kimble and Mr. Robt. Pritch- ett, of this city. We haven t time to speak pa...

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

: Iil'Q-HTE & BBADBUKY'S NEW SCALE OVERSTRUNG PATENT INSULATED FULL. IRON FRAME GRAND AND SQUARE PIANO FORTES, COMBININQ ALL TUB Greatest and most Desirable Improvements of the Age. IT IS A FACT UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED By Plana Manufacturers, and well understood by Musician and Amateurs, that the Irani Frame till ssordinarily used, either with or without the IRON WREST TIN BRIDGE, is a detriment to tbequnlttj od strength of Tono iu the Piano; rill, In Consequence of the great riesirahlenass of the Iron Frame for keeping the Piano in Tune, it hue been adopted by nearly every Manufiicturer in the United States, o4 Esrope MR. LICnTE HY INGENIOUS METIIOD Of Initiating the Iron Frnmt from the Wood Work rntent, has been enabled to produce a quality of tone frame, while at the same time he secures the full benefit of the complete Iron Frame: Which, taken in ooimecuon witn the New Scale Overstrung Bag?, renders their Pianos superior Jo all others without ei option. It has been the Cust...

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 March 1861

"inn 'y VOLUME 12. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1801. NUMBER 14. S. S. WILLIAMS, ' CLAHKSVILLE, TENNESSEE. S T T A T E M E N Qf the Capital, Autlt and LinbiUUtt 0 The Insurance Company of the Valley of Virginia, .January 1, 1801, ' lit. Tb nam And Locality of the Company: located at Winchester, Va. 3d. The amount of Capital Stock Is Sd. Tlit A mount of Capital Stock pail up i Tho remainder if represented by stock note of undoubted solvency ".The Insurance Company'of th Valley of Virgin!," $300,000 00 ..$295,525 00 .. 4,675 00 Hh. Asset ef the Company i 1. Amount of cash on band and la lb band of agent or other persons., 2. Real (tate, none. 9. Bonds owned by. the Company: 300,000 00 ..$30,918 29 tin taut. LIMIT TALCS. $20,000 00 20,000 00 11,000 00 10,000 00 3,000 00 1,500 00 . 600 00 1,600 00 $14,400 00 14,810 00 8,365 50 8,500 00 1,200 00 1 275 00 600 00 1,36000 $4,675 00 60,240 50 .14,142 33 .175,87910 Stock Bonds of Stockholders, 20 Missouri 6's Coupon Bond, 20 Tennessee...

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 March 1861

CttorfwvUi. (Cltvouiclc, K. W. THOMAS, Kditor. 3. a. NKIlLKTT.l ... . J. A. (RANT, C T-i .a. kksvil in Fridav. March fl. 1RR1. Bft Announcing Mai-ringes and Deaths, fret, Obituaries and tributes of Rccpcct, over tua lines, charged for ns otlier advertisements. fiST" All Cnmmiinittltinna riiibI lul A.1.1feacl in lie Kditor. Ilusiness Icttcta to the Publishers. lMXCOLX AD HIS IMAUlRtL. Tbe telegraph informs nt that Judge Doug-! las has made an earnest and patriotic appeal to "old Abe."' to step forward and save the Union. We are afraid, however, that such appenls will have but little weight with mich a man. Wa honestly believe that Lincoln Is incompetent, for want of sense- to tbedulie, of tho poa he fill,, and still more incompctci.; because his narrow mind is occu- briefly, and to take in your presence the oath pre pied by one fanatic idenr leaving no room fo' even ' 8r'1,,1 DT ,lie Constitution of tho I'aited States to a faint conception of what constitute, a patriot and ! hn I':'!...

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 March 1861

v. 1 KEDLETT GRANT, Local Editor: Friday, March 8, 1861. JirjrSutrscriptions must invariably be paid for bi ADVASCErf&H Urt Adtertieemenl; to inturt itturtion, mutt be kamkd in Wtdnilijf morning. gf In order to give plnce to important docu- meats which out readers will 1k fur with inter est, we have omitted much mutter prepared for the ; Local column. The necessity is obvious, and the ' apology cannot be otherwise than satisfactory. ftSJu Since ire announced cureclf a candidate for Lieutenant-Colonel o' the 91st, some balf-a-doxe-ther gentlemen huve "broke out" with the military fever, aud dcclured tbemwlves aspirants for the same distinguished position. The fricadi of these respective gentlemen, in deciding between rs and them, will simply have to decide between theelaims of their bleeding country and the claim! of private friendship! In such a ense, we cannot fear the is ms. U would be a reflection upon their patriotism lo doubt what their decision will bell They will nay to t...

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 March 1861

NEW SCALE OVERSTRUNG PATENT INSULATED FULL IRON FIIAMK GRAND AND SQUARE PIANOFORTES, COMBINING ALL THE Greatest and most Desirable Improvement of the Age. IT IS A FA CT UMTI VERSA LLY A CKNO WLEDGED By Pinna Manufacturers, nnd welt understood by Musicians and Amateurs, tlmt the Irom Frame iwi it Is ordinarily ned. either with or without the IRON WREST PIN BRIDGE, is A detriment to ihcnualitv noA strength of Tone in the Pinno; still, in consequence of the great desirableness of the Iron Frame for keeping the Piano In Tune, It has hecn adopted by nearly every Manufacturer in the United States, and Eumjx MR. LIGHTE DY niS IXGEMOUS METIIOD Of Iimiliting the Iron Frame from the Wood Work of the Piano, upon which lie ha obtained Letters Patent, hiw been enabled to produce a quality of tone unsurpassed by those Pianos made without the Iron Frame, while nt the mine time he secures the full twin-fit of the complete Iron-Frame: which, taken in connection with the New Scale Overjtrnng Buss, re...

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 March 1861

J J- i." VOLUME 42. CLARKS VILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, MARCH 15,1801. NUMBER-15; I 'tf ' (Clnrlisvillc IiwuH Printed WecViy, an a double-ruedium sheet every rtd.ty morning, by , ' : ' NEBLETT & GRANT, Pulli thert and Proprietor. fJCRUS: $2 rR A Aa Vil IN ADVANCE TERMS OF ADVERTISING, ran oxi xjcam or twecv links ob lb One Insertion Two Insertions Hirea insertions ' ne month $1 1 2 3 Two moiithi Three tnonthi ' Six months Twelve month! $4 BO 6 00 9 00 15 00 O ...... . ... J7"P. fLLIAiVIS, (Successor to C. II. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, CORNER OF FRONT k MAIN STS., ; Clarksville, - - Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale of Touaeco and nil kinds or produce, ,, Not. a,'C0-ly Southern Express Company, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. Office Sam', building occupied by hint at an . - . j, Imnmnce Ojice, North- )Yctt Corner of I'ubUe Square, netir Moore t Hotel. Goods, Packages, Money and Valuables forwarded - U and from all putts of the United States and Eu...

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 March 1861

E. W. THOMAS, fatter. J. B. XERLETT, PulluhtTt. J. A. lill A NT, O Xj A. II K8VIL L K . , Friday, March 15, 1861. ' ..Try YAr.cnr'!? VVrU-V'-V-'-T- WO Announcing Marring' ittiI Deaths, free, Obituaries and Tributes of Respect, over ten lines, . eliarged Tor as other advertisements. All Comraiinlmtiorui mint be oddroMd to th Editor. Business letters to the Publisher. A. LITTLE I'l.AIIV TALK Ot K READERS. WWII : It stems that the Inst isms of the Chronicle link ' won for as lhe reputation of being a Disunionist, . but why, we are at a loss to discover. There nrs , two sides to every question, an J as both should b beard before Judgment is iseacd, we propose to show, first, thnt we are uo disunionist, and, second, .that if we arc, so also are the Union party of Ten nessee and all the border States. We have often distinctly announced it as our opinion that this op portunity fur a final settlement of sectional difficul ties should not be lost, and that if the efforts in that .direction f...

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 March 1861

1 .7 m ami tw f trow. SEBLETT GRANT. looaJ .Rfitor. Friday, March 15, 1861. S6TSubscrlptkt)a must Invariably be paid fur in JJrAKC.-&l tgrAJurHumml, to' inrm inttrmon, mutbt ' KanJtd m'WtdiumUy morning, ,',.,, ii J '' BncLt or this Elsc-hon. Tbe election, last Saturday, to .fill .tli .vacancy occasioned by the death of lion. W.' W. Pepper, late Circuit Court Judge for the district embracing Robertson, Dick' ton, Clieatbaiu, Montgomery, and Stewart counties, has resulted In the success of Thul. W. Wisdom, Esq., over N. II. Allen, Esq, and J. 0. Shsckleford, . Eaqr but the official figures bave not jet ben as- oertalned. Mr. Witdom li yet quite a yoong man, but he has established an enviable reputation at a lawyer and man of business, and will no doubt make a . good Judge. la the Militia election held In pursuance of dor. Harris ! sanguinary design of "arming the State," and "cleaning out" the entire Yankee Nation, there ' wsr a power o' candidates self-eacriflclag gentle men, who...

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 March 1861

r S. S.; WILLIAMS, , - . CLARKSVILLE, S T A: T 12 Of the Capital, An it The Insurance, Company of January lit. Th nam and Locality of th Company located at Winchester. Va. Jd. The amount of Capital Stock it Id. The Amount of Capital Stock pail up ii The remainder U represented by itotk note of 4lhl Asset of the Company) 1. Amonnlof cash oo band and in the bands of . Real Estate, oe. - ' , S. Bonds owned by the Company :' , ,.t Stock Bonds ol Stockholders, '" 10 Missouri 6's Coupon Bonds, ' ' $20,000 00 .' 30 Tennessee " " 20,000 00 11 Virginia " 11,000 00 10 New Orleans " " 10,000 00 . 3 Alleghany county 6's Coupon Bonds, 3,000 00 . 3 Lynchburg City . " " 1,500 00 1 Winchester " BOO 00 a Certificates of Virginia Registered Stock, 1,600 00 Debts secured by mortgage, to-wit: On real estate worth double tho amount secured Debts otherwise secured by pledges of stork and personal security,., Debts for Premiums Other securities as follows, to-wit: . 130 Shares Farmei's Bank of Virginia St...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 March 1861

J i. r VOLUME 12. CLARKSVILliE, TENN:, FRIDAY, MARCII 22, 1861. NUMBER 10. Printed Weekly, on a double-medium ihect every Friday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Publisher and Proprietor!. TERNS: $J PER AKNUM IN ADVAKCE TERMS OF ADVERTISING, OB ONI SIJCAnS or TWEtVS LINKS OB LESS. One insertiofl Two Insertions Three insertions . 'no month tl 1 3 a Two months Three months Six moirths Twelve months $4 SO S 00 9 00 IS 00 For the Chronicle. The Clarksville "Jefiersonlan" and Cincinnati "Gazette." J. P. VVILLIAFilS, (Successor to C. H. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, CORNER OF FRONT MAIS STS. Clarksville, - Tennessee. Prompt Bttention paid to the Storage and Sale of Tobaeco and all kinds of produce. Nov. S, '60-ly Southern Express Company, CLARKSVILLE, TENS'. Office -" Same building occupied hy him at an Insurance Office, North- Went Corner of Public Square, near Moore't Hotel. Goods, Packages, Monev and Valuables forwarded to and from all parts of the United Stat...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 March 1861

!!TftaV:4-m!VI R. W. THOMAS, -alitor. J. R. JJF.JILRTT.I n . . .r -: -vf-.e I .;r,.o-i-;.'ilv-: -"- Annonix-inp; SLirriatrrs mid Deaths, Tret, Obituaries and Trilntes of Respect, over tu lines, cliargej fur ns other oihvi tisrinenU. V-y All Communications must lie addressed to the Editor. Biu:n letters to the Publishers. OLAHKSVILLE. . Friday, March 22, 18CL or a omst.:.cy. It eecms that, io tho times of rapid changes of , opinion anil sleepless suspicion, it is difficult to use luugunge explicit enough to prevent ruife-nstruc- tion. Bud Ws. have nltilnct. HpRnii?rfit nf ln.inir aid.. t XO define our position so plainly ns to moke it iii . telligible to every grade of intelligence and every form of prejudice. At one time, we are adisunioo- 1 it t another, a suuniissionist ; and these varying Opinions Are claimed to be legitimate inferences from onr own language. . We still claim, however, tibave adhered firmly to our original position, and that it may be clearly understood, we beg l...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 March 1861

4 NEBLEfT ft GRANT, LoM FJitori. Friday, March 22, 18G1. PSubscriptious must invariably be paid for in AOJAXOErH i " - , ti Advertiitmtnlt, to ituurt truartton, tmutbt handed tn Wednesday tunning. H-Jk, Let everybody remember tliot the wonder ful musical prodigy, TOM the blind negro-boy pisnlst will give bis first exhibition hero to-night Bis performance niiut be a most extraordinary one, and particularly to, we thould think, to those who bare been schooled in the difficulties of piano music. Every soe should go who can, either to night or to-morrow night. They will doubtless feel amply compensated by the the interest of the exhibition for their trouble and expeaa. . CujimraLR, March 15, 18C1. To lieutenant-Colonel Nehlttt; We congrutu late yoo upon your glorious victory of high pro motion in the Nmety-firtt R'gimml. And as an expression of our hi jh esteem, prescoyou with this pair of epaulctta. Accept tbs tokens from patriotic hearts, and may they only be hid by the loud of smoke ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 March 1861

. LIGIITJS &' BRADBURY'S NEW SCALE OVERSTRUNG PATENT INSULATED FULL' IRON Fit AM E GRAND AMD SQUARE PIANOFORTES, COMBINING ALL THE Greatest and most Desirable Improvements of the Age. IT IS A FACT UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED By Plana Monufactnnrs, and well understood bv Musicians and Amateur, that tb Imm Frame as It Is ordinarily uel, either with or without thp IRON WREST PIN BRIDGE, is a detriment to the quality and strength of Tone in the Piano; Hill, in consequence of the great desirablonass of the Iron Frame Ibr keeping the Piano in Tune, it has been adopted by nearly every Manufacturer in the United Htutes, and Europe KIR. LIGHT K EY IRS INGENIOUS METIIOD Of Insulating the Iron Frame from the Wo-d Work of the Viann, upon which he hat obtained Letter! Patent, ha been enabled td produce a quality of tone unsurpassed by those Pianos made wifioui the Iron Frame, while nt tlie same time he secures the full benefit of the complete Iron Frame: which, taken in connection with the New ...

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