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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 July 1861

J 1 1 '1 . i ..(.',- Vi VOLUME 12. CLAEKSVILLE, TENN;; FRIDAY. JULY 12, 1861. NUMBER 32. (StettoMlU- (ShtunitU; Printed Weekly, on a double-medium iheet every Friday niorning. bv NEBLETT & GRANT, I'ublijher and Propritlort, ; TERMS: 2 ': AAA I'M I A' APVAA'CA' TERMS OF ADVERTISING, ro OS MO.UAM OF TWELVB LIXM om It. One insertiun Two Insertions three insertions ne month 1 1 2 2 Two month! Three month Hix month. Twelve month! $4 60 6 00 9 00 15 00 1 (Successor to C. H. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, CORNER OF FRONT MAIN STS. Clarkville, - Tennessee. Prompt attention pnid to the Storage and Sale of Tobncca una nil kinds or produce, g Nov. 2, CO-ly Southern Express Company, CLARKSVILJ.E, TENN. OQIrr Same, buihling occupied hy him a an Inmranee Office, A'orlh- Wett Corner of lSiblic Square, near Moore $ Hotel. Good, Packnges, Money and Valuables forwarded to aud from all parU of tho United States and Eu rope. S. S. WILLIAMS, Agent. .- Oot. 10, 1800.-1 year. ...

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 July 1861

RJr. THOMAS,.'--- i;... J. S. VFIU.KTT, .vi CTVA. Il.TC S'.V IXiTIil. --; Friday, July 12tn, 1861. -;.v , FOR, C.OVERXOtt., . . : ; tsiiam g. Minns. "., i 'i 1 ' ... " . ' IS-., til our List two issue we have ta ken occasion to express our disapprobation of thy tiuii(c;st!iois of party spirit hut too nppm-ent .in the uilininistratiou of pub lic uhVnv,. and , onr h ntwt conviotiou that the puhlicititciest must suffer from a pol icy ho unwise and nnjust. Having done this, it he'coiiici onr'Ji'ity to look' nt things us (hey arc nuJ, if we can not redress the Tvrouirs noinplrined of,- so to shape. our coarse h's to make tbo best of tho altcrna tives presented. We are in the midst of a revolution which may be bloody and pro traotcd, and the next thing in importance t j the l ijstit inca io the right placo, is such a degree of wnsnimity an wilj cnll out our utmost Ftrenh and leave the enemy noth ing to hope frm divided councils. To at tain this uuuuiiuity, there must be mutual concessiijn...

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 July 1861

OH A NT, A A .1 1 l KAHart.' Friday, July 12th, 1861. miTruliirlitioni must invariably be pnid for In AWANCErm ,t , Xgl Atvertieemmte, tnsm-e wtterthn, mutt he handed in Wcdiymlay yiorninj. ' TiV tWT.We are authorized to announce Jn M QvabluI as,n,eniliilate for ,tb Coiigress. of tbe CWtderttt Stat.-., i . , July f, Id ' i tfa? We a re authorized to announce Joim T Ilot sic.as a canflida'e for th Congvcs of Uit Con federate HUtcs. ' 1 ., 1 , Vuly; J2, lfil-o, ftt, ' are authorized to annoupce J. 11. Fir uisosW it candidate for the Legislature from th flontoriul district "comosed of tlio counties of Da vidsorvRobcrtson, Cheatham and Montgomery. Tjs.W' are authorized to announce Altrhd i Tloim, of ClarlrSville, M a candidate for Planter, in th CountUss of Davidson, Robcrtsoti, Cheatham ntid Alonlgomery.-"- July 12, 18Gl-tc Bf5U We arc authorized to announce R. A. Roe kim a candidate for Representative of Montgomery Count-.- Election 1st day of August next. ''" ' July 12, 18Gl-te: . , ...

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 July 1861

CONSTITUTION Confederate States of America. Wr, the people of the Confeuerata States, each State acting i in sovrelgu and independent char acter, In order to form permanent federal govern ment, establish )nUca. huure donv'sUe.. tranquility, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and niir posterityinvoking tin favor and guidance of Almighty Hod do onlalu and establish this Consti tution for tbe ConfHi?rrf Mlate of America. ' ARTICLE 1. owtioh 1. All legislative powers herein delegated shall be vested in a Congress of the Confederate States, which shall ennaisl of a Senate aud House of Re presentative. SfKTtON 2. f. The House of Representative shall he compos ed of member rhnsrn every second year by the people of the several Stales; an J ihe electors in each ftatc shall br riti7n of IheCoiifivknitc Slate,and Have the pinIift ;tion requisite for cleeiors of the most titnm-rous branch of the State Legislature; but no person of f ircijrn birth, not a citim-h of the Con federate...

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 July 1861

VOLUME 12. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY. JULY 19, 18C1. NUMBER 33. 1 . , . :. 1 - J- P. WILLIAMS, Vfcf. (Successor to C. Hr Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, CORXF.R OF FRONT k MAIN STS. Clarksville, - Tennessee. Prompt attention pnid to llie Storage end Sale of Tobacco ana all kinds or proancc. Not. 2, '60-ly Southern Express Company, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. Dice" Same building oceupied by him at an Inmranee OJRee, North- Wett Corner of Public Square, near Moore t Hotel. Good., Packages, Money and Valuables forwarded to ana from all parti of the United States and Eu ros. S. 8. WILLIAMS, Agent. Oct 19, 1860.-1 year. ' WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DIALERS IS Couictioiinrie, nii, Ac.. Ac. CLAlihSVlLLE, TENS. ALL orders from a distance (accompanied with tb cash) will be met punctually and upon very reasonable terms. Kot 27, '68-ly Dr. J. M. PIRTLE- CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE- OFFICE and residence, corner Mnln and Fourth Strata, oppos'ti Cumberland Preabylcriun Church. February 1, 18...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 July 1861

ffitatlfcvtHc '(EhrouuIcV R. W. THOMAS, Miter. J. K .NEITLETT, fVWtktrT. J. A. OKA NT,' CLAItKBV IL IU . Friday, July 19th, 186L FOR GOVERNOR. ISI1AM G. HARRIS. gtt. It ought to be a source of univer sal reret that, there is a contest for the Gubernatorial Chair, nt all, and much more' that the rivulrv im callintr forth ho m.mvl manifestations of the heated partizanship of other daya. Could wo sec in the histo ry of Col. Polk "satisfactory assurances of superior, intellectual capacity, and of an integrity proof against the temptations of favoritism and past political affinities did we believe him as conversant as Gov. Har ris with the progress of the revolution and better qualified to ; direct the complex movements so essential to ultimate success, we would urge his election s a public ne cessity. But possessing no such assuran ces, we are disinclined to an experiment at tended with imminent hazards and, holding out no reliable promise of a change for tbe better. And superadded to 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. — 19 July 1861

NEBLETT k GRANT, local Editor. ', Friday, July 19th, 13GL JfaytfiitiecriptlunS must iuvarlubly be paid Ar In UVANCE.-a .. . ' ' ytfkwifnf. tn ttmure interim, mutt bt . , , ... ,. . . ... . : . . . 'judge that such resistance would result in a bloody i " j. .. -err ' ' - -Jtrif among Uie people of Tconcsspe. It really JJ p . . I L L. I A Ftfl S f e"n that ' riy for any work, no mat- -j i - : . T3- ' 'i'lr'tfr - th Aif ? ?R4V5fC i jf till infrti?'V!'?t':fr' trcino 4 tjfiAr-iiC?:-'-' ; , (Successor to C. ll. Sra.th.) Wng 80 u WM a m03t CODimendable act e thc ReCeUin, ForWaru'lH!? aUU CO!nmi)art of Gen Andoraon'to detain the two trains In fclOIl Merchant, ' '"""esseeaa he did, a short time ago. Even with 1- rwDvrn iiv pnovT ti M.I RT3. ' (lcm we have but a email proportion of the equip- Clarksyille, - . TenneSSer Prompt attention paid I to the Storage and Sale fie Tohacoo and all kinds of produce Nov. 2, '60-ly Southern Express fJoinpau,.;;-into Tennr CLARKSVILLE, TENN. V ?. f- , f' I F...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 July 1861

CONSTITUTION or TBI Confederate States of America. We, Hit peopl of lb Confederate 8tts, each Plate acting in it sovreign tnd Independent char acter, Id order to form a pernrnoetit federal govern ment, eUblb JtBHica, Insure doroeatta tranquility, arrnre the bleMtacm of liberty to oonwlv,: and our nonleritr rnvofciag the favor aad grridiince of . . r t . ' i I J 1 ' A -.-ui:-k. i- .: tut ion fur the Confederate State of America. ARTICLE L imiTion I. All leiriolatfv powers herein dlefrtet th ill be Tested in a Congrewt of the Confederate Stipes, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Re presenUttvisu. SKKTIO Z. 1. The House of Representative shall be compos ed of member chosen every second year by the people of the several States; and tbe electors ia eorh Stale shall be citizen of the Confederate Stntes.and have the qualifications requisite for elector of the most numerous branch of the State Legislature; but no person of foreign birth, not a citizen of the Con federate State, s...

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 July 1861

. . . . , ... VOLUME 12. CLARKSYILLE, ;TENH., FRIDAY;: X P. WILLIAmS, C viKBi i- -i .Tf'j ,... ' ' -v-f -a..'-" ; , (Successor to C. II. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Comnits Mon Merchant, f " CORNER OF FRONT k MAIN STS. ' Clarksyille, Tennessee. CJliwIiSvilU' Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheet ever Friday morning, by - a. . . NEELETT &' GRANT, Publithert and Proprietor. ; , 1 TERMS: $2 PER AAfiVM JN AUVAKCE TERMS OF -ADVERTISING. ' FOR OXI UOE Of TWKLVS UUKi Oft LESS. One insertion Two Insertions' riireo iowtiona 'ne month 1 2 2 Two months' Three n.onths Six months ' ' Twelve months m no on o .no 15 oo Our New Postal Arrangements. RATES UF l'OSTAGE Beticecn placet . Win. Quarles' carriage, got iwt; from tut drl near the Methodist Church, ycstenlsT morniog, fa no down Franklin street at a fearful pace. In fning into tha Square tbc carriage was upset, and e of the horses thrown down, breaking tba for- r pretty badly, an4 hurting one of the horses' ut tererely. Fortunate...

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 July 1861

(Slnrfrmllc (Ctuomclc, R. W. TUOMA8, Editor. , J. B. NRBLETT, 1 vhW J. A. GRANT. tVDMmrt' CLARK8VILLE Friday, July 26th, 186L FOR GOVERNOR. ISI1AM G. I1AKMS. What is the nature of the under etauding between the Union men of Enst Tennessee and the Pollutes of the balance of the State? There in a mystery about it which we cannot solve. Ilia organs, this ide of the mountains, run him as an orig inal Union man and great pacificator, and would have us believe that if he is, elected the East Tcnnesseeans will all be dlsun ionists southern men, and we are at a loss to know how the success of a Union man is to produce an effect so at variance with its cause. Nor is this the only difficulty growing out of the anomalous position of tUe8o allies. The East Tennesfceeans ao cept Col. Polk as a Union candidate, there by holding out the idea that by his success the "winter of their discontent will be made glorious summer," but while holding out the olive branch in one hand, the oth er grasps the 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. — 26 July 1861

JiEDLETT GRANT. Local Editor: Friday, July 26th, 18G1. f-tuMeTlptlons mwH Invariably be paid for in A D VA .vci'.-te . 0 Aikertieemrnt, to tnfvr. mJfrfim, muft be aUtd tn Wedneiday morning..- Wastiu, either by the tnonjh, or for the balance of tbe year, ft negro woman, to do house-work, .uly. For a good, steady, servant liberal price will be paid. Apply at this office. TUE 1.ATEJD 4TTLES Ne news rvcr before reached thii goodly little cttyrtbat caused such heart-felt rejoicing, a that which was flashed to us upon the telegrapu wires Sit Mouday. A few days before that, we had in telligent of the marcning into Virginia of Lin coln's grand army. On Wednesday of last week, at 2 o'clock, P. M., that Immense host of armed men took up their line of march for Richmond. 'It was an army that had been made up under Gen. Scott's own direction and supervision. More than two month had been occupied with ita formation, outfit, aad preparation for the field. It was made up of fresh men, gathered fro...

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 July 1861

CONftTlTTJTlON or rat Confederate States of America. Wf, llie ' ptopt of the Oottfderat Stales, with fime urilnii in it rovTcign ami .iftflcpewVrt t f'r acter, in rnl".r Inform ft permanent fclcrul govern ment: ei'il.h. Ii 'ouUiA, i.r? tt.rucs;le Irnnnuiiiiy, iin l scute "i b vising of JiVrty in ottrttc-lTNi nitd W.t...-. " the lvt,r and r-,.1.1....... tla.iShiy Uil'-ni-'jWnin end rttRt.lish tlris Uontti- tulioi for the Oonf.'rtt'Mi'e N'a'en of America. AKTICLI X rscTtnw t All legislative power herein nVtrpalesI jliaTI be voMcd i'i t'm',tmm nf the f VnifIT tr f-'i-.e, liirli b.ill coini -,t tS . senate and lift me ' ' ft. ir'!H'iittivM. . : .- u .rr.Tioir J. ! It The Home o( R' '.rcsculativcs shall 1c roup .- ed df members ehitfn wvrry .''writu', jerr f.y people df the scveraLSt-iilcs; and the f Ic-Sors in cu... Slate shi.ll lw citizens of thediitfetlerntd Sr-inter- ui"l lutetliu (inlificatii)n rcquicite for eli ctcra (it ;io to i'i niuiieroim.brHucli of tiu-Kt:t1c Lpri.-!jttirp : '...

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

4 JJL1A VOLUME 12. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1861. NUMBER 35. $$mt$$ (Santa. J. P. WILLIAMS, a- i a i- - - .r z (Successor to C. II. Smith.) , Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, ' CORNER OK FRONT MAIN STS. ' Clarksville, - - Tennessee. Prompt atteritioa paid to the Storage and Sale of Totu-o and all kindi or produce. Not. 2, '60-ly Southern Express Company, CLARKSVILLE, TEXK Office Sanu hnilding occupied hy him at an Insurance Vffict, North- U 'est Corner of FuliUe Square, near Moort't Hotel. Goods, Packages, Money and Valuables forwarded to and from all parts of the United States ana Eu rope. 8.S. WILLIAMS, Agent. " Oct. 19, 1860.-1 year. '..&. JLigon Jo. WBOLHALS AND KKTA1L DIALERS IN Confectlonaries, Cigar, Ac, Ac, , , H CLARKSVILLE, TENN. ALL orders from a diBtauce (accompanied with the cash) will be met punctually and upon very reasonable terms. " Not 21, 'S8-ly ' Dr. J. M. PIRLE CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE- - OFFICE and residence, corner Main and Fourth...

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

(StathSviUc (Chtonictc R. W. THOMAS, Jitor.- J. 8. NKBLKTT, ruh,l-, 1. A. GRANT, 7 M il' - OTJ A. RKSV 1 Tj TK , - ..I.-.,.. . '"Friday; August 2nd, 1861. , 8 Wo tell yon,' Oov. Harris, tht, the time it corning when tyrants and tyranny will be surpressed in Tennessee. Louis ville Journal.' . . .We tell you, Mr. Journal, that the time , im al reedy come. ' Lincoln, the tyrant, lias nol'oothold upon the soil of Tennes see; and though we rend of tyranny in Maryland, Missouri, and Kentucky, this curse of the coward is yet unfelt by the brave sons of the "Volunteer Stste." Our 'wives and daughters and mothers and sis ters have husbands and- brothers and fa thers and sons who dare to proteot them from the insults of a mercenary soldiery instigated by a base usurper and tyrant ; and all our rights, as a free people, are am ply deflended by laws of. our own mulling . .and , executed by officers of our own choos ing. Yas, ''tyrants and tyrani y" are sup pressed here, and what if uiui, Mr. Jo...

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

ii KEBLETT A GRANT, Local Editor: Friday, August 2nd," 1861. 1 fySn(Tipttitt tiiuit Invariably be paid for In jnvArcurm .V. ,": Br?U .lirWrtt.fwnf, to nur hitertion, mutt be haiidnt in WedwiUty morning. ... WtxTEu, either by the month, or for the belaii icej of thf year, a negro woman, to do house-work, inly.' For a good, steady, servant a liberal price will be paid. Apply at this office. . . '4 .T L CASH STSTE1W, V- : " Henceforth the business of tho Chronicle office, will be com! ucted on the CASH. SYSTEM. All job-work must l paid for, before it is tuken away, ii'id advertising bills to be paid when presented, if put when the advertisement Is ordered. : No sub scription will be entered on our books until paid for. We hope our -friends will remember this. Wo are obliged to adopt this rule. It is the best for all parties. " " ' i' Goo With Us.--We believe that the helping hand of the Ai.mkihty has been manifested As pluin ly, in the defense the Stuth is now making of its liberty and...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 August 1861

1 . - I , CONSTITUTION o r TRB m . , m . . f - uonieaeraie oiatcs 01 America. We, tbt peopt of tti Cmfeornt State, each flat scllng in lit aovrelgn and Independent char acter, ia order to turn! a erTrmnent federal govern mrals establish Justice insure dumeatio tranquility, and aeenraihe blwlnp of liberty la oorrelve nd our porterity Invoking the favor and guid.inc of Almighty God do ordain and establish this Consti tution for lb Confederate StAte of AaoA'iea. ARTICLE X. . wir7Mir 1. AU leg islaiTv. power hniiniM'-eMlixl shall We vested in Oongnm of the Cmik'iTivte State, which shall euoinot of a Senate nnd Hume of Re presentative. setTioir 2. 1. The Horw ftf Rcpnwiativri shall tie rmnptw .ed of member chosen every second yenr by the people of the several Statrw; mid the clrelor In each State hnll be citizens of the' "ouMernfo Htales.and nave the qualifications requis'te for elector of the most numerous branch Of the State Lrgiaiutnrr ; hut no person of foreign birth, not a citizen o...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 August 1861

X VOLUME 12. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1861. NUMBER 3G. J. P. WILLIAMS, T . te' -.. ---. (Sucrprwr to C. H. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Conimls ' . Mon Merchant, " ' CORXKR OK FKOXT t 1IAIN STS. Clarksville, - Tennessee. fruinpt attention paid to the Storage and Sale or TuWco ah'l nil kinds of produce. Not. t, 'UO-ly Southern Express Company, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. OfllCC Sam', building occupied by him at an Iimvanct Office, North- Vt$t Corner of I'vblie frjuare, near Moore I Hotel. Goods, Pnckagen, Money and Vahmbles forwarded to and from all parts of the Cnited State and Eu rope. S. a WILLIAMS, Agent. Oct. 19, 18C0.-1 year. 6?. . JLigon Co. WBuLCSALC AMD RETAIL DEALERS 1M Coiilevtloiiiiries, Clgura, Ac, Ac, CLARKSVILLE, TENN. ALL order from a distance (accompanied tbt cash) will I met punctually end upon with very rwuouahl terms. No27'68-ly ; CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE- OFFICE and resilience, corner Maiu and Fourth EtrucU, oppos ti Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Februar...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 August 1861

(SliuterUl? (Chronicle,. R. W. THOMAS, Eiilar. t. 8. NEBLrTI i. A. GHANT, CLAKKBVILLE. Friday, August 9th, 1861. IPSU The Provisional Constitution of tlirt Confedcrato States, whioh was adopted by tbe people of Tennpiwa, on tha 8th of June Wt, wa organized for one yenr only, and Jefferson Havis was elected President, and A. II. Stevens Vice President, for the name period. Under the Provisional Gov ernment, we have a Conprew, or National Legislature, consisting of one ITotiRC each State' having but one vote, no matter what the number of members, and that vote is determined by the majority of its members. This is the Congress to which Tennessee elected membcra, on the first day of this month, and if the exigencies of the country demand t, tbs body may art continuously until the 18th of February next, when this Provisional Government will expire by its own limitation. The es tablishment of a temporary Government was .rendered necessary by the fact that, at the time of its inauguration,...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 August 1861

v. 4W Jf ' J NKBLETT GRANT. ocat Editor. Friday, August 9th, 1861. -jjr-flulyxrlptiorui must Invariably b paid for (o fk. AJvertitement,- to intur .ituertion, mutt it kaniad in WtJneiday morning. ' , Wakthiv eilher by th montli, or for the balance Of the year, a negro vumn, to do boose-work, 0 only. ' For a good, steady, servant liberal price will be paid. Apply at this office. ' t U : C4MI system; j- - Henceforth the business of the Chroniel tiffier, ;wlll 1 conducted on the CASH SYSTEM. . All Job-work roust It paid for, lie.folt H It taken away find advertising bills to he paid when presented, If .not when the advertisement is ordered. No sub-cci-iption will be entered on our books until paid for. We hope onr friends will remembej; this. t We are obliged to adopt this rule. It Is the best for all parties. ....Monday Niurt. Scarcely bad the gloom that the bloody tidings of Manassas cast upon tills com munity been dispelled when our people were again railed upon to mou.n for the fal...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 August 1861

ti CONBTITUTION r Confederate States cf America. We, tfie people of the IVnfedrnt Mates, esch Stat acting in it sovretgn and Independent char acter, in order tn form a pwnanonl federal gorerre mmt,,wnl)lwh Jiwtice. Insure domestic tranquility, and eicniethe lilrwiiiM of lilwrfy o onraelve and enr potcritv--inoking ihefiivnr am) guidance of Almighty Uih! -iloivrtjum nnfl eMnMiah this '(insti tution fur llw (Jonfe'lentie Slates of America. .. ARTICLE I. HWTKIW I. - All legislative powers hen-in ilelegntd shall he veiled in ('vnifrv-w uf the Confederate Htates, which shall consist of x nnt nnd House of Re presentative. rrtrifv 8. 1. The House of Representatives fhiill t rompm til af mamlicr chosen every second year by the people of thesevend Htntea; mid the elector in each State shall be citizens uf the Confederate Statcs.and have the qualifications requisite lor electors of the tnoit nnmeroni brunch of the SiHte Legislature: lint no person of foreign birth, not citizen of the Con fede...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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