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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 June 1861

IT" H r. r.w tot v- . t i x . . ? A NUMBER. 27. VOLUME 12. PILLE'TENN., FBIDAY. JUNE 7, 1861. ii . . . ,U Ji'Ji .i'.L.-L Al.'--Ll' kKJX t r , I i J.?JLL. I , Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheet ererT Friday morning, by ' NEBLETT & OB IANT, Aiefor. fal'tSAsrt and JVoja TtJtM8i II Pl AMiCM IS ADYAKCK TKRM3 OF ADVKIlTISIsdy roe ess sqoabs or rtnn unn orxm. , OM insertion Two Insertion " TbTM insertions , month $1 00 ' 1 BO 1 00 1 so Two months $4 60 Three month I 00 fix month 9 00 Twelv month l 00 J. P. WILLIAMS, (Successor to C. H. Smith.) Receiving;, Forwarding and Conimis ' ' slon Merchant, ' ' " CORNER OF FRONT A MAIN STS. Ckirksville, - - Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage end Sale of Tobacco end ell kind or proauca. M or. , '0-ly . Southern Express Company, : ' CLARKSVILl.E, TENN. QU(d Same 'building oceupietl by him at an Imurnnr OJire, north- el Horner aj Public Square, near Moore't Hotel. Onnda ParVaB-ea. Monev and Valuables forwarded to and from all part...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 June 1861

&htmt Chronicle; R. W. THOMAS JEVftter. i. B. NKItLKTT, 1 tcf Abolition Inconsistency aud rascal-1 ItT Tha infamous anolitionist, Redpath, ity manifest tberunelves In all tiia doingsor.has started a paper wLich tie calls the C !L, -A II KBVILLE. Friday June 7th, 186L the Republican party, and in nothing more retnarka'tlv than iU dealings with the sub ject of slavery. That slaves ore property, in plaiuly asserted by the Conatitation, by the decisions of the Supreme Court a-and by its remgnhioii n such, in the commerce uf the country. frojn t' p-irlitt ,flt.t.1p'-n vi : "Pink a.id VaLh," and the doctrines of which it is to be the exponent, are com prised in the following programme: - . i. . . -. .... The immediate extinction of slavery from the oil of the United 'States, by tbe authority of the Federal Government; or, failiag In hut, - by John Brown expeditions, and simultaneous and extended Insurrection. ' i in 1" e- V r tl ol c OS-, H ca lqr PST Rutherford says she will give a 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. — 7 June 1861

4 y oral ml Siwra Sims. If LETT 4 GRAFT. Local Editor. Txiday, Jane 7th, 1861. rSubtiriptiona must invariably b paid for in AHrAXCE.-& AJinrUtemmli, to inter handed in Wednesday morning. . insertion, mutt be l .YOUR TICKET!- Bab it II inn, voter of Montgomery, tie 8th day of Jan next yon are to exercise Ihe high pre rogative of again exercising the elective frauchise. Let yonr ticket bare npoo them - r. " SEPARATION." : ' . REPRESENTATION. FaesDOM or Spsscb. Fsanci Maxou a man Who has been employed in the United States de partment of State for thirty years past, bat who was recently dismissed by Seward, was arrested, ihe other day, in Washington City, "for uttering disloyal sentiments." And what, reader, do you reckon he had said? Why it was charged that "tn conversation, with ft gentleman of George town, he had stated that be was in communication with the Commissioners despatched to England, (by President Davis) and that he knew that she Would recmrnise the Southern Confederacy...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 June 1861

CONSTITUTION " Ccjifederate States of America. Vit, the people of the Ctwfaierar States, each Btatf acting is its wvretgn ami htdepesdeat char acter, Wt order to form a permanent federal govern ment, crtabtah Jwstiee, Insure domestic tranquility, nil ntwre I hi- blemipgs of liberty to enrerlves and ur posterity Invoking the favor and guidance of .Almighty fiod do ardnn and establish thi Coast i tation fe rbtvttonfedernte States of Amerirsv. ARTICLE I. - FBtTIDX 1. ' All Irgithifive papers herein delegated shall be! tested in fontre of the ConaWb-cal State, which (hull coniit of a Senate arid House of Re menutlvet. . ' trTirnr T. 1. Toe r7nnnt nf Tleni intMli'vi'i KmII li mihu. td 4 members chosen every icoud Jenr hy thei1"1" H""111 from tit Treasury, nor shall ar ftfople of the several States; and the electors tofS in each State Jhnll he citize nil of the Confederate States.nnd nave the qualifications r-qnislte for elector of the most numerous brunch of the State Legislature j but w...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 June 1861

VOLUME 12. CLAEKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1861. IfPIBER28.: : Printed Vf eekly, on double-medium sheet every J frlday maraing, by - NEBLETT & GRANT, Pmblitktrt and Proprietor. TSRMfi ,Yt "PSK jUtfiiVM IN AD VA JfCK . TERMS OK ADVERTISING, '"""fO OSS SQClkS Of TWIIVI 0 LI Om tbMrtioa Two Insertions , rhr insertltos ' ne month $1 1 3 1 Two month Three tboutbs 4 60 6 00 00 Six month Twelve months A6 00 P. WILLIAIVIS, (Sucecsaor to-3. P., Smith.) Itfcelvioj, Forwarding aodCommis - . '. '' bIoq Merchant,' . . CORNER OF FRONT MAIN STS. tCiarksviUe, . - Tennessee. " : Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale of Tobacco and all kind of produce. . ' Jfpv. J, 'eo-ly . ' ; . Southern Express Company, CLARKSVILJ.E, TEtfX. OflBf t Same building ocmjtUd by him at on . Inntram Offiet, Xorth- W tit Corner if . Public Square, near Moort'$ Hotel. . Good, Packag ee, Money and Valunhle forwnrded to and from all parti of tho United Statu and Eu- 8. 8. WILUAMS, Agent. Oct. 14, 1 880.-1 yea...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 June 1861

t J A 9 trHOMASt r-L.'w. -J. JL. OB ANT, f;".KXr " Irrrfr : C I, A ll K8V ILLE, Friday, June 14th, 1861' c?i. Fare-thee-well, arid forever I is oar parting salutation to the fanatic and infu riated North.; Tennessee no longer owes allegiance to a vile usurper, or claims kin dred with people who deny ns our righto and seek to annihilate us because we dare maintain them. It ia not without a feeling of sadness that wa look back upoa a Union once revered, but now dissevered , a Gov ernment overthrown, and a flag dishonored by high-handed usurpations unparalleled ip the world's history. Not a vestige, re mains, to the people of the North, of that constitutional liberty so long enjoyed in peace and prosperity, and in its stead has been built up aaOiilitary despotism that has crushed the dearest rights of the citiien suspending alike the Constitution and the laws. From this despotism, Tennessee has taken safe refuge outside of the old Union, and, to the subjects of Lincoln, is now a foreig...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 June 1861

7? sT We received a boiiutifitl bonnet lit Mr. Wm. Kail, culled from bis cxi-eHmit vary of flowers and fruit at Rural Hooe Nurscrlast week, and owe liiiu ait apology for failing to tic tt in due time. Interspersed amoiift the le.iftl (loners were tome large strawberries and tb es, sample spe'liueiii of the growth of his ntie nurneir. tfL- Yesterday was ery geuerutly oWeti as a day ol fusttng and prayer, in uecorrinnci.th 1'rest. Davis' j.r.K'Jamiuioii. Appropri.tte ft,,nt er piwuliwl in the city uml t'iunM, au'l ,. bath-like ijuict rested Uhiii tho entire eomimV if we escrpt the Chrouil offica, Hie daily r of whUh l.aj l)Cioii) an iuciorable invoshy, - - - fkjflV aw authorised lo unuouice that Ui Edward J. Uolliday will addivas the people ol,. jran, "TodJi Koherifcm, and Montgomery Com at Krjiojrn, o Wednesday the I'.llh, at ;i o J. .V. The sabjc'-t will be Souiiiern IIlii ; i vl1' " I l'i I1"" "'I' " "" Diatb of a Voiontker. Mr. Liseuby. a mem ber of one of the Volunteer companies ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 June 1861

( CONSTITUTION Confederate States of America. W, lb peopl of tb Confederate States, web Ptsto acting ia it orreiga and Independent char arter, la order to form permanent federal govern wnt, establish jnstice, insure domestic tranquility, ' and secure (h blessings of librty to ounefve and r posterity Invoking the favor tad gwtdane of ' Almighty Cod no ordain and eelaolisn this Latisti tution for tb Confederate State of America., - ARTICLB I . All legislative power herein delegated shall b vested In a Congrs of tba Confederate States, which (hall consist of a Scant and Hous of Representative.- f : 1 i . ' Mtmon 2. . ' 1. Tb Hons of R-eprwentative shall ba compos d of member chosen every second year by tb peopl of thaferenvl State; and the elector in each Stale shall be citiien of the Confederate State,aad ' hav the qnalifiralinn requisite for elector of the-; mot numerous branch of the State Legislature ; bnt no perron of forrlun blrlb. not a citizen of the Con federate Slates, ahull ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 June 1861

r VOLUME 12. CLAMSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1861. NUMBER 29. ( Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheet every Friday morning, by ' " NEBLETT & GRANT, Pub li then and Proprittort. TERMS': SI rER AftAb'fi Jtf ADVANCE TERMS OP ADVERTISING, . OB OKI SOOASB OV TWSLVB LINES OB tESS. One Insertion Two Insertions Three insertions ' month 1 1 2 3 Two months Three months Sn months Twelve months (4 50 5 00 9 00 15 00 Xp. WILLIAiWsT (Successor to C. H. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, i CXJRNER OF FRONT & MAIN STS. , Clarksvllle, - Tennessee. ' Prompt Attention paid to the Storage and Sale of Tohacea and all kinds or produce. ' Nov. 2, '60-ly Southern Express Company, CLAEKS VILLE, TENN. tile"-" Some buibUng occupied hy him at an Insurance lyiee, North- West Corner of , . J'ubUc Square, near Moore' $ Hotel. Goods, Packages, Moae.vand Valuables forwarded to and from alt tarts of the United States and Eu rope. - &. S. WILLIAMS, Agent. J Oct. 19, 180O.-1 yea...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 June 1861

t v ; i 4 i t. W. THOMAS,-Editor. 4 J. A. GRANT, rllT. ammsi l-i . .1 1 - , - , 1 ., v.l'. 1 ' ' -'-' . iii . I . .NfJ" -'- -j'-r4 taCE.ALlt KBVILLE 1 V' Friday, June 21st, 1861. , s !i gU The Montgomery Mail conimonces . vefy "nsih!o artule in thesr words : "It 0 BfiQulil bo rcuiciiiibered that 'old things' arc lone away with, and thnt no man now h iiiiv flimiiH.to office by renson of pant party mii.-iiry., from this remark, we may sara ...ly mfc thin, in - Ahibania, an well as. in -KTwieB, , thc".itit.frnht 'and grouping piru or iieiiiwrnfy is not yet .lead. Every innn 01 ceiiMJ and true patriotic impulsos . ., w , Mi.orgunuing a new govorn , ment, in the . lnitlat of revolution, mori , mono Biiotiid indioutc every man's tilaco -.: and the publlegood be the great end aimed '. at but obvious ns this truth is, and impc rative na are the duties it inculcates, th - fell npii-it of pniy, which overturned the ' old Union, is. mopt disastrously felt in the , construction of the new. .-'P...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 June 1861

NBBLKTT ( GRAHf. 'Local Editor: . i . , ;. .i.-'. ;, - j Triday, June 21ts, 186k TT ' '"' ' I ' ' " " ' ''.'' 'T "'"'teairSubsonptlona must invariably be paid tbrln Bu AietrUsemtnt, to inmrt insertion, most be kanded id Wtdnstdiiy morning. . j , ' Lrr is im Vnnno. Now that the people of "'Trnneiwe have, hy an overwhelming majority, . voted to dissolve thuir connexion witb the United States, una to ally themselves, and their State, with the Confederate State, let ui hope there will, la fjrt be bo divisions among us. . Let tlie luinori MjrJVrib bate Opposed 'these measures, ' now join with the! majority, who favored them,- and all work 't-JMifethcf to eoosUmnteoiu- proud purpose of Katioa al independeace. . The more - united we are, the sooner will thil be accomplished, pence be restored. fS , jiuic prosperity and happiness again be secured to jtu.'- ttrery on must see and feel the troth of this ' "proposition, and every honest Union man wtll adopt -4r. and act upon it. The mass of th...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 21 June 1861

; CONSTITUTION 1 i'.t .or ran , - . ' ' J Confederate States of America. we, the people of the Confederate Stales, each SlnU acting In in sovreign and Independent char trier, in order to form penmnect federal govern ment, establish justice, insure domestio tranquility, and secure the blessing of liberty to ourselves and onr posterity Invoking tlie faror and guidance of Almighty uorl m acrtain ann establish thisConsti- tution for tho Confederate Stater of America. . ' ARTICLE 1. serrinirl. i ' ' i . All legislative power herein delegated shall be Tested In a Congress of tlie Confederate Sluies, which shall consist of n Semite and I Some of Ito prcwatntire. ... PKKTIO 2. ' T. The Ttoiise of Representatives shall he compos ed of members chosen every second year by the , people of the several State?; and the electors in each State shall be citizen of tlK-Cixifeilcntc Slate,and V.ffelhe qualification rr-rpiislfc for rlectiws of the ' most numerous branch of the State Legislature ; but e ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 June 1861

, '- --. . fJ firf - i "ii i i i ' i I i i ' ' ii ill II 1 1 ii mi iw i i li i Wilis, i iii f i imm.-.lrr -in1 -iir.-inrr, -i r-. r r - x . r , -j (iJ .. .. . x , . -ifc cr.'.o J . i -1 ""VOLUME 12. CLA&KSVILLE, TEM., , FEIDAT, JUNE 28, 1861. NUMBER 30. i i . . . -.Printed Weekly, on a double-medium ihect every Friday morning, by - : ' ' ' NEBLETT & GRANT, k lult$Ker and' Proprietor. TERMS: 2'JANVNAD VANCE ; '" TERMS OF 'ADVERTISING. ' foil OXKJIljrXHI Of TWtLVS tl.VES OR LtW. Onr iusertion Two iusertious fbree incrtions hit munlh ,. 1 1 Two months Three mouths Six MniOtlM Twelve months $4 SO 5 no 9 00 lft 00 (Sarils.", irFrwiLLiAriis, mm (.Successor ti C. H. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis , - sion Merchant, CORNER OK FRONT k MAIN STS. jClarksville, - - Tennessee. I'ruuipt attention paid to the Storngo and Sal of Toliftcco and- all kinds ol produce. Not. 2, '60-ly .. "Southern Express Company, CLARKS VILJ.E, TENN. OQlCW Same buSAng occupied fcy him at an lnturar.ee...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 June 1861

(GlailwjcUlc .fflhtonidf,! R. W. tnOMAS, Editor. 1 J. B. KKBLKTT, J. A. GRANT, JuLliehert. CLAIiKSVILLE, Friday, June 28th, 1861. ' 85- The Cincinnati Times esys that of the nine regiments, at Camp Denmson, two only could be induced tojenlist for three years- on of them all Dutch, the other nearly all Irish,. What has become of that warlike spirit which we were told made ev ery man in tho North an eager volunteer ? The Times attributes this abatement of ceal, at Camp Dennison, to the incompe tency of officers, and the wholesale swind ling to which the Fervicefias been subject ed ; but there are other causes, and they arc operating all over the North. Amongst these are the vast debt which the North can never pay ; a dawning consciousness that tho South can never be subjugated ; a growing conviction that the war has no other object than to gratify fiendish malice, and that, in the effort to subjugate the South, the North is likely to lose lit liber ty. Already the heel of an iron desp...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 June 1861

, II skBLtrr'l grant," IZJikJO ' Triday, June 28th; 1861 .7 3j (i-tuitri)tioni must invariabtv be pcu( for jn 4'JA'C.-fe 1... ;. . .. . . - -" . , -t Advertisement, t vuure insertion, ' must be landed in Wednesday morning. ' '' " ' '.' ' Fire ExWEMtirr. L Saturday," Jutt before noon, a geutlutnan cum riding into to wo, at full speed, with the alarming intelligence that tht Rail road bridge, aver Red river, wa on fire, and hi a few minute, the alarm seemed to bare spread over the whole town, prodncing an excitement, but rarely, if ever, known here before. Uoreea, bug- 'gie, aad wagon) were Hood jutUiog out Franklin street, full of men, to; far nothing of eore who went out afoot, . Then, too, came fire-engine and hose-reels, pulled by hor.cs,' at gallop, aud wngpna tilled with water-buckets, rope, ire, followed sun by hundreds of wen; The few who remained in town waited in extreme anxiety to bear from the scene o tl f.re, and in about half-an hour people! began to return to town and 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. — 28 June 1861

J) 1 NEW ' SCALE ,, 0 VEESTKUITO;; fApttSffiMtn T r. 1 T- '.FULL. P;AND:AN0 IKON FRAME- - rj'ft i SQUff 1 C0MEIX1 Greatest land most Desiral I If in rim . I .,! I.. - ' i 72 IS A FACT VNITE1 1 By lina ManurVrturer, and weH undet-itnod 1 is ordinarily tned, 'either with or without the IRC and strength of Tone la the Piano; still, in os for keeping the Pianola TP", U has bca adopt and Europe V ) MR. LIGUTE BY III j Of Iwmlatmg the fro Prime from the Wood I Patent, ku bees eaabied to prod tie a. (jtmlity or tt ; Frame, while at the same time he .secures the full ; connection with the Mew Scale Overstrung B-, ception. , . . , It has been the Custom to Warra ... THESE F j ' 1 WAEBANTED ; 3 i .ti; '. A .. ......... J A AJORD TO TBK PUBLIC " Manufacturer's Ware Room prices hare asualty.' tomers ; hence, many who have wished to purehas hdme and go or send by their Merchants to New V selves aganist deception In the price, ALL THE AGENTS OF' ' Sell uniformly at their Ware Room Prices, addii e...

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 July 1861

.. lfcSIRW"lli :.. 5 i n m i m sm. 7 w - i m fw a i k ..... m ID V llj.iL.Jii if-: J. 1,0 ti) i rr "VOLUME '12'' ' CLAMS VILLE, TENN., FRIDA YULY 5, 1801. -r NUMBER 31 'f rihted Weekly) on a doubre-fneMinm Rhect ev'crj j . . . .. ppaay morning, nj , . NEBLETT & GRANT, Pultli ther 'tin d l6prietort. , TERMS : ij'rER AAJi&Jl IN, AD ?A XCK TERMS OF ADVERTISING. . . POR Apia SQOARR Or TWKLT1 fclSCS OR (.CM. f)e Insertion ' . Two insertions rhree Insertions 'a moollj ' r". II 100 1 60 1 00 .) SO Two months ..$4 BO Three month 6 00 Six month ' - 0 00 Twelve Months . 1 99 . T!'.1 J. P. WILLIAMS, " . (.Successor to C. If. Smith.) ' Receiving, Forwarding and Coaimls- sion Merchant, ' V. . CORNER OF FRONT MAIN STS.- ;: Clarksville," - Tennessee, i . Prompt Rttentiou paid to the Storage anil Sale of Tohaceo nnl nil kinds of product). . . ... . Nor. 2, '60-Iy - .. ., ... .Southern Express Company, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. OQlre- Same building oertipied hi hint at an Inturmet OJier, North- Wee...

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 July 1861

i it 141 K. W. THOMAS, Alitor- J. A.GRANT, 1 ttau As a specimen of Black Republican licing, of of thfl roiracnloat agency of bal patch' : - "WiMMom, Jm 18. Proffraaef Low, to day, ascended In a balloon, taking np telegraphers find Instniou nts, sending and receiving messages. While in the air it was ascertained that there are 23.000 Rebels at Mnimesns under Hvaut'egnrd, and all hearty starved? Jeff. Davis was there: yesterday." Now,' supposing and it is altogether absurd rtat'Trofwaor Lowe could, from Washington, oount .the men at ffauassas, bj what luyeterionx power was it revealed to him that they were ' nearly starved ? " A . B A Preach agent is buying tebaeco in Richmond; Va., and u it is for hia gov- loon nspcnpioti, we cit' the following dtp-.eminent, it u fair to presume that ffapo t --v.,. -Ileonlntends tf) tko it away, O LA! IX K2 S VIIjXE. r Friday, July 6tli, 186t i ' tflU The Nabhville. Banner is out for i Col. W. II. Polk for Governor, and assigns , j otne reasons for t...

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 July 1861

neblett & grant, jw,w '- Friday, July 5tL,186t fc2P"SubscrIption mint Invariably be paid for tn ADVAXCEma iv' tf. Adecrtumtnd, to insure ituerlion. mutt be handed m ! H'tdneedat morning. !. ., '. tJT We ox authorised to announce Jams M. Quables as a candidate fbr the Congress of Hie Confederate States. .' , , , . , . V July S.jbl . -..' iv ' , ' ' - i ' ttfcWe arc authorized to announce J.,B. Frm oitsow as a -candidate for the- Legislature from the floabafnl. strict tropod' bf the'coMities pf I)n ridson, Robertson, Cheatham anil Moutgoraery. July 5, t V t3fWa.are authorised to auaqunce f.D. ,xf CHXATiiAM nil ft candidate to represent the counties of R jbertsgn, Davldsoa end Montgomery ia-th next Legislature, as a Floater, July 5, W - $3."0wliig to the senrcitj of mlverti ing patronage, and the increase. In price of print lug paper, we will charge and emphatically exact $:t 00 per, year from thoso of our subscribers who do not pay lu advance. We are compelled to adopt this counts...

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 July 1861

W... CONSTITUTION " ; , Jonfederate States of America. We, tha pccpl of the Confederate- btntea, cacb ?ttat acting la iu sovrclgri unit Indepenflert chnr icter, in order to form permanent fedf ml-gove rn neat, establish Justice, Insure domestic tranquility, find secwre the blessings of liberty to otrrsHve nnd imr poeVrttr invoking the furor end guidance of WlnilgMy fio-l-flo Oronln and establish thii Consti tution tor tli nonfederal Stater of America. ! ' ' " ' ARTICLE I, ttttvn 1. ' '. ' ' " ' ' AH legislative rnwers herein delegated than b rested in a Cnnpn-n of the Cnnfivlemte Stales, which h.ill. rnsuV f jl Senate nnd Uouse of Re tewttlTn. ' ' "" ;; ' - F-rnvro a. 1 1." The Hons of Rerrrentitive shall be enmpos- f ft ftf member rhf:'n every second vear by the prople of the sore-ml SlMe, and the electors In each 1 ,J",i,, 'w Xnx" i".ptntions from foreign no vate -hull he ritiwn of thcCoitMrrale Stntes.nnd i ,,l"" he promote or foster any branch of in le.ve'he riitilin-Htion' requ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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