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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 May 1861

VOLUME 12. flJEf Printed Weekly, on a double-medium cheet evcrJ Friday'momliig, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Pullitkert and Propritlort. TERMS: $1 J'R AAM'M IN AD VAX TERMS OF ADVERTISING, roa osi sqcAtts of twelvr lines or leas. On Insertion Two insertion! Tare Insertion qb month $1 1 2 2 Two months Three months Six months Twelve months $4150 6 AO 9 00 16 00 X P. WILLIAMS, (Successor to C. 1). Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, CORNER OF FRONT & MAIN STS. CLarksville, - - Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale of Tolmcco and all kinds of produce." Not. 2, '60-ly Southern Express Company, , CLA RKSVIL1.E, TENK OQlce &ime building occupied by him at an Insurance Office, Xorth- West Corner of Public Square, near Moore's Hotel. Goods, Packages, Money and Valuables forwarded to and from all parts of the United States and Ku oi. S. S. WILLIAMS, Agent. Oct. 19, 1860.-1 year. dT 1 V JO, 4 ' , WHOLMALS AND UETA1L DEALERS IS Ooiifectionnricfi, Cigiir...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 May 1861

, i 1 1 "! V 1 1 ! iMl V (1 II 1 t'l " V i U t VJeUUslUUe . W, THOMAS, ifor, S. N Kit LETT. A. (ill A. NT. MilheTK CIIUvSY ILL IC . ; FridaV. Mav 3d. 186L JSaJP'The public mind is so raveiium lur informa tion npon pnsslmr cveuN, that we have almost hour ly applications for the aX'st news. Restricted to a weekly issue, it run not be expected of ui to furnish daily new", and from the necessity of the case ranch that we gatbvr t",s during the week, is no longer news to many of onr readers. Hut this is unavoid able, and the best we can do is to publish the latest items up to Thumliy evening with an occasional extra when the importance of the informotion calls for its early dissemination. These remarks are in reply to those who seen to think U our duty to republish the news as fat ts it comes in. With a iubscrlptiou for a weekly, only, we can not furnish daily. gLast week, we thoughtlessly gave publicity to the mission of the Ililhnxn, and though too lute ' to affect the result, the publ...

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

m 9 si SERLETT A OltANT. itfiWri. Friday, May 3rci, 1861. K8rSu)urlptlorui must invariably be paid for In IKJU rtWrwemw!, to iniwrt trier Hon, must be kandiul in fednetday morning. CHS OF THE WKEKi ; week has been marked by much inter esting Intelligence from different qtinrters, but only few actual events of any note bare transpired. At home the Srdour of onr people has naturally lost something of lis feverish excitement, but none ef it stern determination. The community is yet a ono man Id their righteous purposes. The sloppit g of the " flillman " at Cairo, nnd the teiznre of a Urgu quantity of powder and lead be longing here and at Nashville, excited intense in diguation here. That single act would make five thousand secessionists in Tennessee, if theroic ma terial were in it. ' Some goods, (hardware, guns, etc.,) destined to a liouie in this city, were seized at Pittsburg, a few day ago, and stopped there. This system now ob tains with respect to anything like arms or ammunitio...

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

LTCIIITE So liKADBIJRY'8 NEW SCALE OVERSTRUNG PATENT INSULATED FULL IIION PHAMK GRAM3 AJM SQUARE PIANOFORTES COMBINING AI.fi THE . Gvoatost end-most Dosirablc Improvements of the Age. IT IS A FACT rxiYlifZSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED ' By I'U'in V;iriij : .1 tnr.-rs. and well understood liy M iwdcians nut Amateurs, that the I nun Fmmo n it is i'f Ihi rr'ilr iwt. f;t),,-r wiih or without 111" IRON WREST PIN BRIDGE, is a detriment to the quality stnMi.-ifc ij" Tiinf in iho pinuo; still, in ronvciUCiicu of tjic- great desirnblen.iss of the Iron Frame fr liii.iii'- the- I'u'.nnia Tiuie, i'. tins b"u adopted l.y iKiirly every Manufacturer in tho United Statin, Yi'il. I.W.'ITD UY HIS INGENIOUS METHOD O! I't iilmU) ) lit li pn FnlM from th' lml Work "f the lano, upon which io has obtnincd Letters Pateo;. 1. m h. rn t ii.tli'.c.l !.i jivi flm p a qiu-loy ol tunc unnrpaspd by those Piano made without the Iron f: -in.-r. while i!.o KHiiv it uk1 he wrw the I'ull tiencfit of lite complete Iron Frame: whi...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 May 1861

Tf 1 JUJUJL VOLUME 12. CLAI1KSYILLE, TEIVN., FKIDAY, MAY 10, 1801. NUMBER 23. PIT CHRONICLE To 5? Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheet ever, Friday morning, bv NEBLETT & GRANT, I'ublithrm and Proprietor . TJtHS: $2 rATf AAn'UM IX ADVANCE TERMS OF ADVERTISING, roa oNt guRt or twklvk likes or leu. One insertion Two insertions TUree Iniertiuus 'be mouth $1 1 2 2 Two months Three months Six months Twelve month! $4 50 5 00 9 00 15 00 Stostos (Bawl J. P. WILLIAMS, (Successor to C. H. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Coramis ' tslon Merchant, CORKER OF FRONT & MAIN STS. Clarksville, - - Tennessee. I'rompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale of Tobacco and all kinds of produce. Nor. 2, '00-ly Southern Express Company, CLARKSVILLE, TEXN. OfTlC" Same buililiny occupied by him at an Jnturanct Office, North- Went Comer of Public Square, near Uoort'i Hotel. Goods, Packages, Money and Valuables forwarded to and from all parts of the United States and Eu rope. e. S. WILLIAMS, Agent...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 May 1861

B. W. THOMAS, mint. " J. S. NKP.LF.TT, ,,, . i. A. GRANT, . I -:e 1 : : : - ' j . . . :'' Friday, May 10th, 1861. Don't Choat Yourselves ! W learn, from sundry bouiccs. Hint the I'nion men, spnircly scattered over the Htntf, an deluding themrlvos with the hope that the I'nion can, and will hp reconstructed even oflrr nil the wroiifrs and bitterness and bloodshed of civil wnr. The suppo sition Is preposterous, snd n wish can he more nt va riance with the true interests of the f outh, and Ihe nHtnrnl impulses of a wron;jcdnnd insulted people. Hut tlK) whnl is this hope based ? Is it upon the xperutlnn of ultimate justice hI the hands of the North? If so, the delusion is complete, indeed. If conquered, the South becomes n degraded province of the North; if not conquer, d, it will secure, lit the close of a htoody vonflict, the seperation now deni ed it a h peaceful remedy for wrong which have forced a dissolution of the I'ninn. Then, let U8 look Ml the question in its true light, mul 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. — 10 May 1861

On Authority. lit our lust tssuawo stated that, I Capt. Beaumont's Company was organized and dc aigucd fur service lu this Slate nluae; but we. are told tliut Miuie of the officers ami nien except to Lhi? statement; nnd t lie Jrffrrsonian Bays that they obr jeet to that impreasion going abroad, and say tliat ll.e Company, although organized for iloroo do. Ifcnre, " Is ready to march to auy point where their ervice rosy be required." Well, we are glad to hear this of the Company now : but we certainly had good authority for our statement, our informant taing a member of the Company. He baa since then, too, told us that we did not misunderstand him, and that our stutemuut was correct; that it was understood, when the Company was organized, that it was for service in this State only, and that they would not go out of it. We make this statement simply iu justice to ouisclvrs, iu view of the exceptions taken 4o our former announcement. Wherever tho' Company way go, we feel confident that...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 May 1861

A. B. HARRISON W. R, BRINGHURST & SOI Y botcsale and Retail ' W .V NEW SCALE OVERSTRUNG PATENT INSXTLATED - , ,t - yJt J. 1 HON .. FIX A MR ' " '? ,'; GRAND AMR SQUARE PIANO FORTES, " .vWittxixa'Mr. rnw ' ' ' ' .-.-, V Greatest and mo3t Desirable Improvements of the Age. IT IX A FACT lrNf VERS ALLY ACKNOWLEDGED (rrr. nana .twtiiiii aim-well nu)min ny .w ii-ticin n nn Amateurs, inui tne irom crauie m It Ipxhiwrilv hc). rtfhiT wf!riw without the- IRON WRESTPtX BRIDGE fa detriment to tbeqivymy ml urniiK ! Tone in the llano; ailll, in continence of the- greai daairnblcnesa of the Iron Frame fcr septng the Kiawiiu Tow.. It Km been idoptil by nearly every Manufacturer In the Uuileti States, T , MK. Linni? BY HIS INGENIOUS METIIOD rt' ni Ff'tms eom the YlofiH Work nf th Piana. tl (ion which he ne obtained Letters Fa'nt. bt fx-ru, pimi'iwkI hi )..-,. .iii r qu i iiy if in unnM-passed by those llano made tm'lAowc ihe Iron Frame, while nt the mm time he i t lite lull benefit of the comple...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 May 1861

-il T , A 1R IK R V CHRONIC 1 Til H J JJLU A VOLUME 12. CLAEKSVILLE, TE'NN., FBIDAY, MAY 17, 1861. NUMBEIK2 1 l!-d ' JtlJA .JL. li- W M 1 FV V. V . Print) Weekly, on a double-medium ibeet everT Friday morning, by ' . NEBLETT & GRANT, v ' Publishers and Proprietori. - TERMS :'t PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE TERMS OF ADVERTISING, ' roc oni nqiMRg or TWELVE LIKES 01 LESS. On Insertion . Two Insertions Three insertions ,, .'ne mouth tl 1 2 2 Two moutha Three months Six tuonthi Twelve monthi $4 50 5 00 9 00 15 00 J. P. WILLIAMS, --- .-X- Mi (Successor to C. H. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, CORNER OH FRONT MAIN STS. Clarksville, ' - - Tennessee. Prompt attcntioi paid to the Storage end Sale of ' Tobacco and oil kilda of produce. Not. 2, '60-ly j Southern Express Company, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. 01H' Sam building occupied by him at an Jnsurauct OJiee, North- West Corner of lblic Sjuare, near Moore's Hotel. Goods, Pnekag, Money and Valuable forwarded to aud from all larta of...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 May 1861

MILITARY BILL. Contmutd from Pirtt Pap. Bko. 'if. Be it further enacted, That each of tie member of lb Military Board and Financial Hoard balt receive eompeoFation at th rat of tftten hundred dollar per annum. 80. 80. He ft further enacted. That officer of arttlery, fiotu e'olonel to I aptaiu, inclusive, shall be nominated Tiy the Governor aud confirmd by th Central Awemblr. , Sac. 81. lie it further erniclcd, Tliat a'l persons e'n.t whom indictment or presentment fur misdemeanors may be pending m-I wIjo bavt , eulisted under this act In the aervlci of the Binte, tlie same may be dismiss! in t Lie dis cretion ot tlie Judga be 'ore whom the saint is pending, as wll ai forfeitures against ihe d. ren-inu fti.a ni securities. t-KO. 32. lie it furthr cnactrd, That I lit k 'epcr of tbe iulilio arms be, and lit la hereby d.rrottd. to make suitable and proper airnniieiiieiita fur the convenience and rra'eetinn of lli arsenal ol the State ; and that for the expenses incurred for uch purpose,...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 May 1861

SEBLETT QUANT, Local Editor. Friday, May 17th, 1861. I3r Subscriptions mutt la variably bs paid for in ttJ. AJwrtiument; to iftwi insersi, musics kmiUd m Wtdneidny morning. A ArriAt to oca Fsjmus Rsap it All. We bar several times, ia the past three mouths, ap pealed to our frieuda, who ow ui for job-work, ad vertising, and subscriptions, to com forward and pa up the mm due us, aid whilst tome of them promptly respouded witb tht money, most of them paid uo attention whatever to our call. It was trut that we weeded money greatly, then ; yet, with the little wwere able to collect, and what we took in ; for job-work, every day, we managed to get along, notwithstanding to many withheld the amounts due us, on old accounts. Now, however, we have to ap- peul to onr friends, who ore owing us, with an ear nestness which we never did before. They mu.it come up to our aid, or we can not get along. It liaa become to be absolutely indispensable that they shall pay as. The small daily income that ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 May 1861

LTGIITE & I3I1ADT3UHY-S NSW SCALE OVEHSTRUNG PATENT INSULATED FULL iron frame , GRAND AND SQUARE PIANO FORTES, ' COMBINING ALL THE Greatest and most Desirable Improvements of tlie Age. IT IS A- FA CT CNl VERSA LLY A CKNO WL EDGE I) By llnrm Mrmnlnctnr n, mid well nniVr?iod by M uio n ond Amateurs, that the Iroro Frvno ns it Isotd'n.irily ncd. iiW wiili or without the IRON' WREST PIN HRIUfJK, In a detriment to Inequality anil stm-trta of Tone in the Iinn.t ; still, in consequence of the great desirublen of the Iron Frame for keeping: tli piano in Tuu, It. Ins twin adopted by nearly e-vury Manufacturer in tlie United Stutc r, all; I Curupi; MR. LIGHT!? RV HIS INGENIOUS HGTII9D Of Insulating the lrn Finite from the W'voi Work nf the Piano, upon which lie has obtained Letters Patent, has been enabled tu pro luce a quality of tone misorTiasSed by those Pianos made tnthuut the Iron Fmint. while at t lie smue time he mii'in flip lull benebt of the nomplcte Iron Frame: which, tuken in 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. — 24 May 1861

VOLUME 12. CLABKSYILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, MAY 21, 18G1. NUMBER 25. .1.- r i t. 9 , y&mlmt htoaicU.-. Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheet every ridary morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Publitheri and Proprietor!. TERMS: $2 PER AAA CM IN ADVANCE TERMS OF ADVERTISING, roa ons sijoars or twelve links oa Liu On insertion Two Insertions three insertions 'ue mouth $1 00 1 GO 2 00 ' 2 CO Two months Three months ' Six months Twelve months J. P. WILLI AIY1S, Liu ' '. (Successor to C. H. SmUh.) Hecciving, Forwarding and Commis slon Merchant, CORNER OP FRONT & MAIN STS. Clarksville, Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale of Tobacco and all kiuds of produce. Nov. 2, 'flO-ly Southern Express Company, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. OKlCO Sum building oceupied by him at on 1 Inturmict Office, North- West Corner of I"ublie Square, near iloore'i Hotel. If 50 f 00 I 00 ll 00 jSmm Goods, Packages, Money and Valuables forwarded ' to and from all parts of the United States and Eu rope. 8. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 May 1861

1 ' hvkoviU (ffihvouiclc, H. J. THOMAS Bditot. 3. A.6BAKT, C T V I t Iv S V I Li T, 15 . Friday, May 24th, 18G1. A Wreditngton t if-patc h fays that T. A. R. Kelson h written a rotter containing the assertion Ibnt Knt Tennessee will go against the South by twenty thousand majority. We do not believe that Hi. Nelson ever made, any Mich absurd nnd extrav agant rnlcnlalum ; but if he did, he slandered hi own people. ' Knt Tciimssrcuns, as a body,-are a( sensitive to wrongs as any people, and as prompt lo repel them. What, then, are we to infer from such declaration 1 Tliat there tire a good many men in that, aection n ho are deluded into the belief that then? is itill a Union and a Constitution, as before the Black Republicans disrupted the one and sus pended the other. There is no TJuion, as hereto fore, nor ! there , a Federal Government, of any rt, at the North ; and it js exceedingly unfortun ate that any porlioo of the people of East Tennes see should be so deluded as to entertain...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 May 1861

)m mil ta gtm& KBLETT k GRANT. Local Editor. ''is- : Friday, May 24th, 1861. 8"3nbscrlptlon must Invariably be paid for in fcSu Advtrtitemmts, to intur insertion, mutt bt bunded M Vednetday morning. , REV. A. E.. IIAMILTOS. : Tb friends of this estimable gentleman (and they .art legion,) trill be sorry to hear tbat be In tends resigning his post as President of thtj "Clarkt vilU Female Academy," and removing from our city. The untitled stute of the country has led him to this step, which he regrets as much as any one. Rev. J. S. Melons has purchased Dr. Hamilton's Interest, and willcontiuue to keep this Institution the pride of our city in a go-ahead condition. Our readers are well awaro that through the in domitable energy nud penieverencc of Dr. llnmll tou this Institution was built up, and, as if by mag ic, at once took rank with the first in the land. YT deeply regret to give him the parting hand, but believiug, as V do, that he is acting for the best, we reluctantly any "go...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 May 1861

NEW SCALE OVERSTRUNG PATENT INSULATED FULL IllON FItAMK ; GRAN B AflB S QUARE PIANO FO RTES, ...' ' ..,' COMBINING ALT. THE . Greatest and most Desirable Improvements of the Age. IT IS A FACT UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED ' By I'iibiit Mannfartnrm. and well uiirif rslood bv Mnsirians ami Amateurs, that the Irom Frame as it In.nlimnHv u.vd, either with or wilhont the IRON WREST PIN BRIDGE, is a detriment to thequnlity and ttmigiki cf Tune in the llano; Hill, In-oonseuueiK of tbe great dceirablerugs of tbe Imu Frame far keeping the Piano in Tim, it hnlti adopted by irly every Manufacturer in the United Stntos, and Europe ' . 4 MR. LHiUTB HY HIS INGENIOUS METHOD Of limtUtlhui if Iruu t'r'imt from the VckI Work of the llano, upon which be ha obtained Letters Paten', bm been t-n!lciJ to p.oJure a quality of tour nnsnrpnned by thoao Pianos made without the Iron Frame, while at the sam time liv fwcure tin; lull benefit of tbe complete Iron Frame! wbirh, taken in eonutction with the New Scale Ov...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 31 May 1861

Jl " " "" " 1 "" '" h, - I ...... . . CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY. MAY 31, 1861. NUMBER 20. V0LU5IE 12. v -I' 4 (Slnrlssviil? (C'tonitU. Printed Weekly, oa a double-medium sheet every Friday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Pmhlithtrt and Proprietori. TABM3 : $3 PER AltrVX IX AD VANCE TERMS OF ADVERTISING, SOU OSS S$ljAa or TWBLVS LINES 0 ISMS. O.-i Insertion Two Insertions three Insertions ue month Two months Three months Six raontlit Twelve months U so 5 00 9 00 15 00 1 ' J 2 (Successor to C. If. Smith.) Receiving Forwardia8ndComnils Mon Mcrclant, CORNER OF FRONT It MAIN STS. Clarksvllle, . - Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale of Tobacco and all kinds ol produce. Nor. 2, '60-ly : Southern Express Company, . CLARKSVILLE, TENN. OJD.C0 Same building Ocrupied by him a an Insurance Office, Aortk- Meet Ornrv 0 Pultlie Square, near Moore I Hotel. Goodt. Packaces. Money and Valuables forwarded to and from all part of the United Stales and Eu ro pa, , S. 8. WILLIAMS, A...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 31 May 1861

Stark$vUU (Slwouiclc, R. W". THOMAS, Kdihr. .J. A.ORA.VT. '' OLAKKSVILLE. '.' Friday, May 31st, 186L Vff From time to time wo have collected i facta to jrovc thai the leudio object of the Northern movement against the South, is the abolition of shivery, and uporr this fact j we have bused nppcaln to Union men to be no louger deceived to meet the issue like men and freemen, and discard, now and forever, all connection with onr implacable foes, the Northern abolitionist. With the tame object in view, we invite attention to eoaple of short quotations from the N. T. Times, a leading orjran of Abo Lincoln. That paper, Tenting its spleen upon Eng land for its evident sympathy with the South, and sneering at the bare suggestion that such sympathy can result in aid to the Confederate States, or incline the North to peace, thus holds forth : "It must not he understood tlint the American people demand or need sympathy from Englnnd in tbli domestic strut.gle. It hasalresdy assumed such giganti...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 31 May 1861

vr', s sawvof a-- KEBLKTT GRANT. Local Editor. Friday, May 31st. 1861. IkST Subscription must Invariably ba paid ft I ADVANCE.- ... ' . . - t AdttrlUemtntt, to uvnm ineertion, nm4 b taneM a Wedneedoy morning. PUBLIC SPEAKING I Let our readers, and everybody else, remember that there will be interesting (peaking hereon Monday, County Court day; and on Friday nigh the Tth of June, there will be a GRAND' RALL1 of the friend of the South, in thl plao. Tun out on both occasions, and more on the good worl to a glorious contamatlon. ' " YOUR TICKET f Biar it l mo, voters of Montgomery, the 8tL day of June next you are to exercise the lgh pre! rogntlv of again exercising the elective franchise! Let your ticket hare upon them SEPARATION. REPRESENTATION. A UaoixT Necessity. We are aorry to hare t: ay that but few comparatirely of those who ar wing us, have responded to our call upon tberr and we again ask those who have not done 10, t " do it now. We mutt have the money due ue, or w! hall be ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 31 May 1861

TV LIGHTE & BRADBURY'8 1 HEW SCALE OVERSTRUNG PATENT "INSULATED FUJLL, IltON FllAME ! ' "" V V GRAND AND SQUARE PIANO FORTES, . ' CJ0MBININ8 AIL TECH ' ' ' ' Greatest and most Desirable Improvements of the Age. IT IS A FACT UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED Hi Hun ManurV'nif ra, noil weR nndersbxMl hy Musicians and Amntenra, that th Iroro Frame m ft ordinarily nwd. mlwr wi:a of without th IRON WREST PIN BRIDGR, detriment to tb quality aail srrepgtk of Tone in tli? Piano: ""ill. In consequence of the great desirableness of tin Iron Fnim lr keeping Ibr Plaooia Tuue, it Imn braa adapted b nearly ever Manufacturer in the United State, end Europe 2. LIGHTE BT HIS INGENIOUS METHOD Or lit-mkttmtj the hum From firt.m tke Wood Work of tmt Mirao, upon which he ha obtained Letters Patent, bus hreri coaVed So o1.' a quality of tone unsurpassed by those Pianos made tbe Iron Frame, white nt the wuie time he recwiw the full benefit of the complete Iron Frame : w hich, Uken in ounratum with the Sw Seal ...

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