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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 March 1861

9 r' SPOTS' VOLUME 12. HJ LI ' ffilat&srilte (Dliranidf. Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheet every pV'ridny tnoniiiijr, by . NEBLETT & GRANT, Publi $her and Proprietor. TERMS: $2 I't'RAAJiC3t Ia' AI VAA'CJi- TERMS OF ADVKRT1SINO. roR ONI flJDAR or TWBLVB LINKS OR 1,EW. Dne Insertion Two insertions three Insertions 'ne month $1 1 2 2 Two months Three months Six montlis Twelve months U o 50 J uo I 9 00 15 00 Wwmm (toils. : .rr- J. 'P. WILLIAMS, (Successor to C. II. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Comniis hion Merchant, -Jl" 'CORNER OF FRONT k MAIN STS. Clarksville, - Tennessee. 4, - Prompt attention paid to the Storage aud Sale of ' Tobaeeo and all kinds of produce. ' Not. 2,'00-ly V-" - , : v Southern Express Company, CLARKSVILLE, TENK Ofilre Same building occupied In him at an Inturanct -Office, A'orth- Went Corner of Public Square, near Moore'i Hotel. Quods, Packages, Money and Valuables forwarded to aud from all parts of the Tnifed Slate and En voi. . S. S. WILLIAMS...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 March 1861

iiuvh.ovilU (Chronicle, II. W. THOMAS Editor. J. A. GRANT, r""'. Announcing Marringcs and Deaths, fret, Ol;.:m.ries and Tribnlcsof Respect, over ten liues, en t'gei for m other advertisements! r. - jT All Communications must be addressed to t.i- 1 ditorC Business letter to the Publishers. C C AnKSVILLE. Friday, March 29,1861. ffrjj" Will there le peace? Will there be war? What will be the result of the strife and turmoil which now distract the country ? These are the questions propounded to ns at every turn, and whilst we do not profess to have any fixed data up on which to base a relinblo opinion, our observa tion of the course of events and the bearings of all the evidence before ns, induce the belief that there will be no war, and that the result will be a settle ment satisfactory to the border States. The policy of the President, ns fir ns it has been developed, is directly opposed to his Inaugural, as we understand it, and that it is so, is ascribable to the public opin ion of ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 March 1861

NEB LETT GRANT, Local Editor,. Friday, March 29, 18G1. 85?"8ubscriptlons musl invariably b paid fur In adva Scarpa CCX. Advertisements, to itmirt mitrnon, must bt karuled in Wednesday morning. GENERAL. Ql'ARLES. , tThlt gentlemm hot announced himself a candi date tubjoct to the approval of the Union party of th'n district. He has served but one term, yet in that time he has effected much more for his district than can generally he done by a new member, In bis first term. By his industry, his application'to business, snd his minute knowledge of the wants of hit constituents he succeeded in effecting the passage of several measures of immediate interest to them; and to him likewise is due the credit of other acts of Congress of general public interest. la the mutter of appropriations of money by Congress, Gen. Quarles was particularly watchful, mi l we may mention two or three cases in which hi vigilance resulted in large savings to the gov. eminent. Several years ago an appropriation...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 March 1861

1. 1 Ci I I T Is IJ ItABU URY'8 -NEW, SCALE OVERSTRUNG PATENT INSULATED ' FU I.I. I HON Fit AM K GRAHD AND SQUARE PIANO FORTES, COMBINING AUj THE '" Greatest and most Desirable Improvements of the Age. IT IS A FACT VXIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED Hi Piii-i Mmiiiiu :iiivr". hi). I wi ll understood by Musicians nnd Amnteiirs, that the lnmi Frame ax it i.iirYiuii-iti ti. rt, either with or without the IRON WREST PIN BRIDGE, i a detriment to Inequality m.d Mu-m:'li nf Tunc in the Piano; stilt, in ci-tisequence of the great desirableness of the Iron Frame hit k -ejiiii;; live Piano '.a Tunc, it Ua Ikui nifvpted by nearly every Manufacturer in the United Slates, MR. LIUITKBTHIS INGENIOUS METIIOD ' Inw'.iting tlie .. Fcnu tern th: Wovd Work of the Piano, upon which he has obtained Letters V.: ill, ha. Irf-vu euuhleJ tu produce a i utility ot'U'iic unsurpassed by those Pianos uinde without n Iron Fri'iic. mIuIj tit the niuio time be rerun llie full bcucfit of the complete Irou Frame: which, taken ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 April 1861

0 Ij jlxKS VILLE VOLUME 12. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1801. NUMBER 18. r I 1 V 1 - Printed Wokly, on double-medium sheet every friday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Publi then and Proprivtori. TERMS : $1 rER AtNl'M IN ADVANCE- TERMS OP ADVERTISING, ruft ONI SqCABa Or TWSLVB LINES Olt LESS. Oo Insertion Two imartiooi Three insertions n mbotb $1 1 2 1 Two months Three months Six months Twelve months $4 SO 5 00 9 00 15 00 J. P.. WILLIAIY1S, I i?-i (Successor to C. II. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, CORNER OF FRONT & MAIN STS. Clarksville, " Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale of Tobacco and all kinds of produoe. Not. 2, '60-ly Southern Express Company, CLARKS VILLE, TENN. Office Same building oceupitd by him at an Insurance Office, North- Wttt Corner of Jtblic Square, near Moore i Hotel. Goods, Packages, Money and Valuables forwarded to and from all parts of the United States and Eu rope. S. S. WILLIAMS, Agent. , Oct. 19, 1...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 April 1861

tt. W. THOMAS, Editor. J. 8. NEDI,RTT, J, A. ORANT, Pulttthtrt. CLAKKHVILLE. Friday, April 5," 1861. (kS Tlic pence poliey of the Administration v.-t n rpriKed muny and lisnijiointe1 not a few. Is there n motive fur it other than aversion to civil war? It is evident tlint the Gulf State took tlic Republicans by surprise, and tlint the Admiuistra. tioti was. for a time at least, grently embarrassed by It. Hut if the New York Tribune be the echo of the sentiments of the f'nbinet, it would seem that the rirnimstnnrM which c reated alarm nnd per plexity, at first, have irnggited the waging of the " irrepressible conflict.'' under a new guise. The Tribune argues, with evident gusto, that the kisnn hmistg of the non-seteding States will fall hack, with their slaves, uihih the cotton Confederacy, and that, as they retreat, free htlior from the North will bike their places, and, in this way, the border States will lie abolitionined, and slavery coojied up in 80 small a compass that it must ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 April 1861

)m ami Wt glims NEBLETT ft GRANT, toral Etlitort. Friday, April 5th, 1861. , -vffiSubscriprtoiui must invariably bo paid fot in ADVANCKrm , tfli. Adorrtiitment, to ituurt mitrtion, muitbt lataXd in Wedneulay morning. W At the Railroad Convention held on the 87th nit, at Cleveland, Ohio, our railroad was re . presented by R. W. Humphreys, President, and Geo. B, Fleocc, CI lef Engineer and Superintendent. It ii a fortunate circumstance that tlio last rail la laid Jtirt in timo to open the road for through travel on tha great Sprinj time card, to take effect on the 15th imtant. . Palling into the line of connected travel, w an ticipate a large passenger business for the road from the day of it opening. We are Indebted to Mr. Flecce for the following figure which show the condensed time card to take effect on the 15th inst. " between Louisville and Memphis and Nashville and Memphis. . G0INO SOUTH. Leave Louisville, 1 J night. Clarksville, 9:00 A M . Humboldt, 4:30 r u Arrive-Meruphis, 9...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 April 1861

I NEW SCALE OVERSTRUNG PATENT INSULATED FULL IRON FRAME GRAND AND SQUARE PIANO FORTES, COMBINING ALL THE Greatest and most Desirable Improvements of the Age. IT IS A FACT USIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED By Pinna Manufacture r, nml w.'ll nnduwtood lv Musician and Amnteiirs, tlint the Imut Frame IU it i ordinarily trcd. cither with or without the IKON WREST PIN HlUDUK.is n detriment to the quality inn! strvnglh of T nc in the Piano; still, in consequence of the great ilesiriiblcn.iss of the Iran Fmme for kc.-piug the i'i tiioin Tumi-, it has been U'loptosl by nearly ovcy Manufacturer in the United States, " " r MR. LIGIITE BY HIS INGENIOUS METHOD Of i!"il,ttii the lr n Frame from the Wood Work of the Piano, iiKin which he has obtained Letters Patent. hn been enabled to produce n quality of tone unsurpassed hy tliose Pianos made without the Iron Frame, while at llnj snne time he scenic the full Ix-nelit of the complete Irou Frame: which, taken in connection with the Ne Scale Overstrung Bass, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 April 1861

If iri ,1 'Ji !..,,' .Li... .JJ VOLUME ,12. CLAEKSVILLE, ..TEBTN.; FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1801. NUMBER 19. OHRQMG Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheet every Vridty morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Publisher and Proprietor. TERMS I lt2VERAnxUMINArVAKCi: TETtMS OF ADVERTISING, rott US'K SQUARE Or TWELVE LIN KB OR LKHB. One Insertion Two insertions Puree Insertions 'no montu Two months Three monthl Six months Twelve months $4 60tll 1 2 '2 6 00 9 00 IS 00 fhistetf Mil J. P. WILLIAMS, (Successor to C. H. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, CORNER OF FRONT k MAIN BTS, Clarksville, . - - . Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Stornge and Sale of Tobacco and all kinds of produce. ' Nor. 2, '60-ly Southern Express Company, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. OtiiCe" Satrleuilding occupied hy him as an Insurance OjKee, AorfA- West Corner of JStblic Square, near Moore I Hotel. Goods Package, Money and Valuables forwarded to and from all parts of the United States and Eu rope, S. S. WILLIA...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 April 1861

vSlattouUf (Chrouiclc, R. W. TnOMAS, AWitor. 1. H. NKItLKTT, Pullitktri. i. A. GRANT. te? T j. !Ft 1. S V .T T-j . ! Friday. April 12, 1861. The Institution of slavery Is the only firm basin for free government. This seeming paradox will, no doubt, stiirtle thoeo who have never exam ined tlie proposition, and n we do not Intend to ar jtue it, at this time, n snggistton o. two may serve as a key with which to unlock the mystery. Tlie lending Idea of a free pnvcrnment, is the capacity of the people to take care of the'r rights and inter ests, and that rapacity is founded upon virtue and Intelligence ; and to nmke these qualifications con servative of freedom, they must belong to the ma jority which controls the administration of the government. This is a self-evident propositiov,and from it we deface another equally true, that if the Majority be not hnnetd ami cninble, the govern ment can neither be wise nur permanent. As soci ty is now, ever has been, and ever will bo constitu ted, 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. — 12 April 1861

,or 41 ami te gteitw. NEBLETT ft GRANT, Loral Editor. Friday, April 12th, 1861. ' 2TSulsorlptonl rdust invariably be paid for In ADVANCE.- Hrt AJiiortitenunU, to insure interhon, nulk handed M ITr dnentdj) morning. BgiuFor tli benefit of onr readers, and others, we Again publish the schedule of arrival and de partures of trains from this place to Louisville and Memphis, under the new arrangement, which tikes effect on, and after next Monday, the 15th inst: hoino socth. . Leave Irfniisville, 12 night. 6:00 A M 4:30 r M 9:00 1 ti 6:00 A M 9:00 r M 12:00 M 9:50 p M 4:30 A 0:30 A M 6:30 p u 9:30 A M Clarksville, Humboldt, Arrive Memphis, I,av Kaoh v i I Is, Arrive Memphis, ooino Noam. 4:00 r M 8:45 ru Leave Memphis, Iliimlwldt, Clarksville, Louisville, Leave Memphis, Arrive Nashville, 5:00 A II 8:45A II 4.00 p II 11:20PM 5:00 A U 7:00 P II 5:00 A It 1:30 p M 4:00 r H 8:00 A M Sir Lux I Yen, let ui have it I During the last k Ave or six nights, grass darkness has enveloped all of Clarksv...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 April 1861

T.IGIITl!; Ss lUlADHUKY'S NEW SCALE OVERSTRUNG PATENT INSULATED FUI.Ij IltON FItAME GRAND ANE1 SQUARE PIANOFORTES. COMIIl.NINC, ALL THE ; . Greatest and most Desirable Improvements of the Ae. IT IS A FACT UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED By Pinna Manufacturcr-i, uud well mid, rstood by Mil icimi and Amateurs, that the Irom Frame ns it i ordinarily ut, (I. either with or u itbout "the IRON WREST PIN H It I I'd K, is a detriment to the quality nod tflirruttU of Tone in the Pinno; still, in rotm quenre of the great ilcsirablc'nass of the Iron Frame fur keeping Hie l'imv i: Tune, U his hern adopted liy nearly every Manufacturer in the L'iiitcd States, on.1 Europe , . i!. uum: by ins ixghhgus method Ot IiuuUilinj thr In,,, Frame from the W'uivl Work of the l'ianornwn which lie has obtained Letters Patent, Itn been enable J In pi lure n oiulity of tnnc uiisiirpat-ed by those Pianos made without the Iron Ftiiuie, w hile nt the Mine time he secures the lull benefit of the rumple If Iron Frame: whic...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 April 1861

CT3 VOLUME 12. CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY. APRIL 19, 18GL NUMBER 20. mi It Printed Weekly, on a double-nicdium sheet every Friday morninjf, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Publi then and Proprietor. TER MS : t,2FERAliriUM IJTaU VA NCE TKRMS OF ADYKP.TJSIXG, run oss so,oar or twsi.vb lines on itss. Van Insertion Two insertions Tlireo insertions 'ne month V 1 2 2 Two months Throe months Six months. Twelve months 4 no B 00 i V ou 15 00 3. J. P. WILLIAMS, (Successor to C. H. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, C0RXKR OF FRONT k MAIN STS. Clarksville, - - Tennessee. Prompt atteution paid to the Storage ond Sale of Tobocfo ond all kinds of produce. Not. 2, U0-ly Southern Express Company, CLARKSVILLE, TENX. OCSCC "" Ktrme builtUny oerupieri fly him at an limiranrt Office, Xorlh- Weil Cnrnrr of J'ttUie Square, near Moore $ Haiti. Goods, Packages, Money and Valnahles forwarded lo nnd from all parts of tho United Stales and Eu rope. S. S. WILLIAMS, Agent. Ort. 19, 1SB0.-1 year. i S...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 April 1861

ii.tvbviUc (Chvoniclc, I: . '1 HUM AS, 1. 3. Xf;'-JLF,TT. .... . J. Y.GUAf.T. C L, A. I S V T Tv I, K . Friday. Auril 19, 1861. l0lli. TIIF. ,OW. In our inane nf the e!h of March, we criticised, vnli fom si-verity, Lincoln's Inaugural nnd de nounced it as a wir document; and for this Inter pretation ofits Intent, we were fre-dy censured, nnd charged with incendiarism in the attempt to itmp a warlike iiiwl ir-on a Mieech which meant noth ing but conciliation nnd peace. Aler events bare vindicated the truth of our interpretation; the In augural meant wnf, and ths interval between Its promulgation and the striking of the fi rot blow wai uiarkrd by "criminal duplicity a treachery that deepens the guilt ni the original Intent. We have referred tu thin Miiijcct, however, not uirrcly for the purpose of vindicating the accuracy of our judge' meat In dunning the true int-aning and intent of lh Inaugural, hut fur the additional pur-iose o' showing whul we I hen" thought should lx the course o...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 April 1861

tw iflfal mul te te NEriLKTT & GRANT, JW Jwfttor. 1 Friday, April 19th, 1861. JfcjJ" Subscription must Invariably b paid for In AttverHtemtnU, to insure insertion, temst l fcanfcJ in Wednesday morning. TIIK WAR REWSI The new of the attack upon Fort Sumpter, by lb force of Die Confederal States, and the a'hse quent urrender of that fortress, prodoced in this community, en excitement never before eqnalled by any event in the experience of this generation. The first Announcement of hostilities was succeed ed by a rery short period of doubt as to it truth ; bnt this do"ht was soon dispelled, and a feeling of Intense auzirty, as to the issue of the conflict, then followed every hrnrt beating with one hope and one prayer, and that, of course, for the success of 4he Confederate forces. Suspense as t the issne 'did Dot list long; and when the news that Sump ter had fallen that the gallant men of the South l trienjphed was announced, one single feeling Hit jubilant exultation animated ev...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 April 1861

LiailTJS & 13 1 tvVI3 BU It YS NEW SCALE OVERSTRUNG PATENT INSULATED FVJAj IRON FIIAME GRAND AND SQUARE PIANO FORTES, COMBINING ALL THE Greatest and most Desirable Improvements of the, Age. IT IS A FACT CXI VF.IiSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED By l'inna Manufacturers, and Well understood ly Musicians and Amateurs, thiit the I mm Frame as it I ordinarily ti'ed. rlilmr wil-h or without the IRON WREST TIN BRIDGE, is A detriment to the quality and s'reagth of Tore in the Piano;, still, in consequence of tlio great desimblenaw of the Iron Frame r seeping the Piano i a 1'nac, I:. Ims been twi .-ito J by nearly every Manufacturer ia the United States, and i'ua'pe MR. IJCnTE BY HIS INGENIOUS METHOD Of Inmlalmg lc Iron I'pnfi' 'rout the Korly of the Piano, npon wbich be hM obtained" Letters Pu'ent, liiis been enabled lo pr. ..dree a quality of tone unsurpassed by Hume Pianos inmle triVAnuMhe Iron Triune, while nt the sumo time he secures tlio full benefit of the complete Iron Frame: which, tnl;en in ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 April 1861

v .C'Ij AlE ES V-'I t ' 3MICLB VOLUME 12. Printed Weekly, on ft double-ruediuin sheet everr f rtiUy morning by NEBLETT & GRANT, Pulli thtrt and Proprietor. SSBVS: 92 PElt AAOM IN ADVANCE TERMS OK ADVERTISING, roa oxi square or twclvs links or ins. On Insertiou Two Insertions Three insertions 'u mouth $1 1 3 1 Two montlii Three months Six months Twelve months 4 BO 6 00 0 00 15 00 TTpT muAms7 (Successor to 0. H. Smith.) ' aj,?. -i-J,--1' I Kecrivlng, Forwarding and Commis ; sion Merchant, CORNER OF FRONT k MAIN ST3. Clarksville, - - Tennessee. ' Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale of Tobacco and all kinds of produce. Nov.l, '0-iy Southern Express Company, CLARKSVILLE, TBNN. ' - y OfilCS- Same luUJing oceupitd by him as en Imurimct Cffict, North- Wttt Comer of PvblU Square, near Moort't Hotel. ; Quod. Packages. Moncv and Valuables forwarded iv eud from all parte of the United States and Eu rope. 8. S. WILLIAMS, Agent. Oct. It, 1880.-1 year. ' . ' O. A JLigon (Jo. WBOI.Xsl...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 April 1861

iiiclwvUU cCbvoniflc; (t. THOMAS, mut. j' ' V. a. wham. i ' Xi IA. 11 lv 8VILLE. Friday, April 26, 186L pef The uiinttiiahy with which nil parties in the North have Yallird u tlio Nippon of the Adminis tration, od Ihehitternessof feeling manifested ought to ttacb tho impoitnt lesson that firmness, prompt nen, and unanimity are etneutiol to our safety no let than tho vio'lit-Htioti ol our honor an a people. Tli treachery of the Administration, In' the case of SuoipW, warns tm to repose no fai'.h in ila truth an J Justice it demand upon Tennessee for troop to subjugate the Confederate State, after ber protest gainst, and her pledge to retisl, coercion, It a grow Intuit to the honor aud manhood of Tenneaset, and the conduct of the whole people of the North, prnd lag the call for a Border StAte Conference, for the avowed purpose of further negotiation all rotnhint to prove that a settlement wua never contemplated and that the intention, from the beginning, waa to abject the (lave (state...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 April 1861

I H. LAKE ICE! a 8 cb a LATEST ARRIVAL Insolvent Notice! All pdreooa havlog claims against the &t of Wm. Rogvrs, dec d, era hereby notified to fl'j Hi name, properly aatheaticated, wilh the Cfotk. uf Ui County Court, within the tine prescribed by law. or tbey will be debarred, I having sqexteJ Uknu solvency of said eetate, this March 25, IbCt . All erno indebted to said estate ai-e rtranfteit to roue fiiwanl aud settle by the I5h ut Ajrt next, ot tbeir accounts or notes will be put eat M collectioa itidicriininate)y. D. M. WOOD, AJm'r, March 89, 18B1-Jr, . Glad News lor the Uufortuniite I T1IF. tOHtf noViHT futl Discovered at Last. OF March 22 nd NEW GOODS, The subscribers are prepared to supply the citi ns of Clarksville and others with any quantity if Lake Ice, they may want until cold weather, text fall. We will commence delivering on Thur lay morning from the I-e llonse from 6 tr 7 o'clock intil further notice. We hare prepared, and for tale, Ice Tickets of 10, 15 and J5 cts...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 April 1861

"l J 1 LIGHTK A BRAPBUIIY'S NEW SCALE OVEHSTBUNO PATENT INSULATED FUI.T. JJION FJtAMFi GRAND ANSI SQUARE PIANO FORTES, " COMBINING ALL TUB Greatest and most Dosirable Improvements of the Age. IT IS A FACT UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED Sr Visum Mann&rturers. end rti iidrmr'd t,y Mtiicianantl Amatenrs, that tbe I mm Frame a it !y rP.Bril,T ot f. eliherwith or without the IRON WREST PIN BRIDGE, is detriment to tbeqitality o1 itrssgta of Tone in th Piano; sti'l. In v.nf"qiincc of the great desirableness of tse Iron Frame seeping the Piano in Tnee. it has Wn UHH'd by uearly every Manufacturer in the United Stales, Europe ... MR. IJ(.nri BY HIS INGENIOUS METHOD Of Inrvkitinq the trim Prims front the lfWf Work of the Plana, npon which he hM obtained. Le Iters r-iWnt, hat been enabled to produce quality of tone unsurpassed by those Pianos made ririnuf the Iron Fr.ime, while t lh mini time he eurut tht- full benefit of the complete Iron Frame r which, taken in Minectioo with (he New Sole Over...

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