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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 August 1861

1 11 A 11 i Pi xy jTJL jDi Xj 1H jljUa. KJ JU .volume 12. CLARKSYILLE, TENN., FRIDAY. AUGUST 1G, 18GL NUMBEJ. 37. PUS pT rwiujAms7 (Successor to C. II. 8mith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, - CORNER OK FRONT MAIN STS. Clark8vllle, -. - Tennessee. Prompt Attention pnM to tlic Storage and Stile of Tobacco and nil kinds of produce. ; Nov. 2, 'GO-Iy Southern Express Company, CLARKSYILLE, TENN. OfllC Same huilding ocrvjiied by him as an , . Insurance Office, North- Wett Corner of Public Square, near Maori t Hotel. Goods, Vacksges, Money and Valuables forwarded to aud from all parts of the United States and Eu rope, , S. 3. WILLIAMS, AgtnU . Oct. 9, 18C0.-1 year. t1. JLlonJ Co. 1 ' WHOLESALE A.ND IIETAIL DEALERS IN foiifrrltonaricft. Cigars, Ac.., Ac. C LARKSVILI.E, TENN. ALL orders from a distance (accompanied with the cash) will le met punctually and upon very reasonable terms. . Nor 27, '58-ly DR. J. M. PIRTLE. CLARKSYILLE, TENNESSEE- OFKICK anil residence, corner Mai...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 August 1861

iMtll'IV'v R. V. THOMAS, Miter. i. S. SEIlLK.TT, ' J. A. GUAM, . niblitkeri. OLA K MS V J I1VK Friday, August lGth, 1S61. ITTV- From Miiine to Minnesota the press is givingexpresKion to the growing discon tent of the country at. .the usurpations of Lincoln and the burden imposed upon it by his despotic government. The people, too, in primary nssonibliiycs. are speaking out, in tmin'atakablp lancrunge. their pur pose to resist a war which nominally wa ited for the preservation of the TTnion and the Constitution threatens the subversion of popular liberty and the entailment up on the people of a debt that can never be paid und an abject poverty for which there is no cure. If the discontent, in the North, has already reached Ihin point, what, may be expected when the government of ficers are abroad, demanding the payment of the direct, excise, and income taxes, and armed with power to imprison the poor whoso ability to pay them has been preven ted by the ruin of their trade ? When it 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. — 16 August 1861

go al ami gjnw gftems.. NERLETT GRANT. Local Editors. Friday, August JGth, 1861. K-aySubscriptknii mint invariably be paid for In A D VA XCEr&l . ,' '. tft Advertisements, to tnsurt insertion, must be funded in IVedntsday morning. ; ' CASH SYSTEM. Henceforth the business of the Chronicle ojice, will U- conducted on the CASH SYSTEM. All Job-work must be pitld for, before it la tiiken away and advertising bills to be paid when presented, if not when the advertisement la ordered. No sub scription will be entered oa our books until paid fur. We hope our friends will remember this. W e are obliged to adopt this rule. It Is the beat iar all parties 1 i ' " , Cum CoNCBtiT. A grand concert of vocal and Instrumental music will be givcu, next Tuesday evening, at the Female Academy, for the benefit of Alio hospital depnrimeni of Cump IJoone. The very best musical talent of our town is engaged for this oea':oi, and fron our knowledge of the ladies and gentlemen, who wiil take pari In it, we...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 August 1861

CONSTITUTION ftP TBI Confcdcrato States of America. fl, tt people of 111' Coefi de mt Hint'., each fltafe noting in Its svvrciga mi l indVpendi-et char acter, in order Ulirm perrmmcht fftkrat govern ment, "ft(hlikh Jm"U, insure domestic tranquility, mill iwn;e the blcwiiigs liberty to onrwlve aud our pulent.v invt.kirg the favor and paiiancet of Almighty" lift rfnor.lniii end rftaMish tltiiConsti tutiou for the ('onfedtrwte States of America. ARTICLR . rw-rm 1. Alt lsrllaive powers liervin ddetrilcl Srmll If vested In a Congtene of lh Cntediiwie it :'. which shall eoneirt rf SviMte atrl If vrc of R proeoMifca. ' ' wrrrn 2. 1. ThtMouwol Ri j twniMrivin tm ! .'e nunjHw- ed of nieniN-K chos-n eti-ry wi-titid r by the shall be ftninted from tha Treasury ; nor ahull any people of ihe revrU V'tntc; end tVv !-!. e in " h (duties for (itxas and importiitions from foreign na SUte shall be Knrr of lle Confederate Sfiiti.nnd jtions be Inid to promote, or foster any braneh of in havcMhc r;TV.!!...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 August 1861

VOLUME 12. CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY, AUGUST 23," 1801. NUMBER 38. 4 - ' i J J. P. WILLIAMS, - (Snceeew to C. H. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, COHNKll or FRONT MAIM STS. Clarksville, - - Tennessee. Prompt attention pnid to the Storage and Sale of Tobacco and all kind of produce. v' Nor. 3, '60-ly . " WROMflikl. AMI KKTAlb DtALKKS 1 , Coitfectloiinneg. Clgara, Ace., Ac. - Cl.ARhSVlLLE. TENN. ALL orders from a distance 'accompanied with the cash) will be met punctually unci ujion very reasonable terms. Not 27, "58-ly drTjTm. pirtle" , CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE- OFFICE and residence, corner Main and Fourth Streets, oppos'ti Cumberland Presbyterian Church. February '., 1801 ly. B. A ROGERS, Office on Franklin Street, Clarkaville, Tennessee. Will attcud promptly to the collection of all laims entrusted t:i his care. Feb 17, lflJO-tfc t J. J. Curs mam. C. Mitchell. CRTTSMAN & MITCHELL, (Successors to) . CRUSMAN & JOHNSON, WHOLESALE and RETAIL GROCERS. And Co...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 August 1861

R. W. THOMAS, JWitor. i. a. grant; CL A R S V T L E . Friday, August 23rd, 1861. waju Kvery atop hither .0 taken by the infuriated fools at. 'Washington, has tended to complicate their difficulties, and every chanpe of policy is a mistaken effort to es cape the consequences of prior folly. For month they have been striving to make their blockade effective, uDdhave constant ly proclaimed it to be so ; but finding that England and France are not likely to re spect .the blockade and tint war with them may result from it, the Lincoln organs the N. Y. Pout amonent them now argue that there has been no blockade. They have discovered that no nation has a right to close its own ports against those powers with which it has commercial treaties, and that a "blockade is an international act" unauthorized as between different sections of the name nation. - All that is intended is the collection of duties Out at sea j but The Wiseacres at Washington seem to for pet thut there is no international ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 August 1861

NKRLKTT ft GRANT, l tMitofA Friday, August 25d, 1881. tJiriSubserlptlons must Invariably bt paid ft In A I) VNCET&l P5u Adoertitementt, to (tinHTt tntrftlvh, mustbs landed in Wednesday tnotning. CASH StSTEJl. . Henceforth the business of the Chronicle office, will tie conduced on the CASH 8Y8TKM. All Ja.h-work must be paid for, before It Is taken away nnd advertising bills to be paid when presented, If not when the advertisement is ordered. Vs sub scription will be entered on our books Until paid for. We hoe our friends will remember this. We ft re obliged to adopt this rule. It Is the best Jr all partie. To SimscsiiiKRs. V good many ot oar subscribers get their papev-nt the city ostofnce, and, under a bile enactment of our Congress, two ccnU are char ed en al dropped-papers, delivered from any P. and we desire to say that, If any of our sub scribers, who now get their papers at the P. O., pre fer, hereafter, to get them at our office, we will make the change for them. This will...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 August 1861

CONSTITUTION - o r tub Confederate States cf America. Wr, the opl of tbt IWWerat Piste, pach Kn'r a.-tlng in it sovntgn anil independent phar-a-ter hi order to form a prriuanent federal govem iwo'. i-taNisb justice, Inpure dt.mrstle tranquility, m i! onrth blpasiniff of liberty to ourselves and oi r fwxlMilr Ineokingtheiarrar and guidance of 'mi': tit; tiud -do ordain and establish thia Cntwti- tu'um fur tl Confederate nifr of America. ART1CLK !. aaiTina 1. Alt leglslatir pnwr "herein delegated shall he tc-'i'd in a Oonjrrvs of the Confederate State, which "hull eonaint of Senate and House of Re jrescirWlirc. , NCVT10K 7. V Th noose of Representative shall tic conipus- of memlier chosen every seennd year by the loiil of the several States; artd the elector in enc h hip shall lie citizens of the Confederate Puics.nud f -u p the qualifications requisite fur electors of the t.'"t Minimum branch of the Slate Legislature; but r- person of foreign birth, not a citizen of llipfou I. derate...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 August 1861

7H TlX-'MI; Pi J -fps: jL - J 1J JJJJ VOLUME 12. CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY. AUGUST 30, 1801. NUMBER 39: 5. J. P. WILLIAfflS, (Successor to C. II. Smith.) Receiving Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, CORNER OF FRONT MAIN STS. Clarksville, - - Tennessee. 1 Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale of ToWcto ami all kiuds of produce. Nov. 2, 'GO-ly O, Ligon ijo. . . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DSALER8 IN Confertloiiaries. Cigar, Ac Are.. ; CLARKSVILLE, TENN. 'ALL ordera from distance (accompanied with the cash will be met punctually and upon very reasonable terms. ' Not 27, '68-ly DR. J. M. PIRTLE. CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE- OFFICE and residence, corner Main and Fourth (fereeU, oppos'ti Cumberland Prcsbyterina Church. ' February ;, 1861 ly. ' 7T 7bTa. ROGERS, 7 ; ,Jftftinmy aft ILaws Office on Franklin Street, Clarksville, Tennessee. Will attend promptly to tha collection of all elalmt entrusted to hit rare. Feb 17, 1880-tf. . 3. 3. CnrsMAK. C. MrroiiKi.t. CEUSMAN & MITCHELL, (Successo...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 August 1861

liufosviUf (Chvonidc, j It.; W. THOMAS, Editor,. i. H. NFULKTT. -J- A. OR A ST. : Friday, August 30th, 1S6L ; i ' VHf nni Fostof Inih 'munexl on nriler for tif1lin any one in lVi.vidnou and (fie wl jolhing comities north of (ho C'ti'iiWliiiiuV to jro ido the United States without a pass. The order ib a proper one aa fur as it goea ; und irhilbt we admit (he importance of guarding against the transmission of Infor loatiun to tho enemy by parties living here, WJ contend that equal vigilance should be Extended ovef peroona' coming here from States North of n. A man ninj steal a boraa in Indiana and come here with a "cook and bull ntury" about having been driven from heme on areoiin. of his South ern sympnthiea, and is welcomed as a roar-! tyr to the cauttd of freedom, though, for aught we k do w, he may be an abolition spy -if not a fugitive from justice. . There is a laxity of discipline on this point that is really culpable , and it is no wonder that every movement we make is as well...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 August 1861

NEBLETT GRANT, ioenJ Editor. Friday, August 30th, 1361. Subscription nnst invariably b paid fori handed in H 'tfntia'ay iMwrnaei r ? 4"! I V , ,CA.8wtf.:; ,7;, Henceforth th tonalite of. tlx Chromck ofiee, jf. will be conducted ton 'the CASrJ SYSTEM.- All i job-work must bo paid for, beToroit to taken away id advertising bills to b paid when presented, if .criptlon will be entered on ur.bopk, until paid i or, , i e uuoe qui menus, r. 111 reuieiuuer iuib, W 'fcre obliged for alt parties.' to adopt thli rule. It is the best To' tijjj Linitp. A Soldier'' Mother," wUhe o be informed ..through the Chronicle, as to k(nd and color f atBterial, the kind of garments, ityle, kot, of lb cl&fhlng wanted fur our Itoy in Virgin ia:"'"," r. , ' .'- :' - To itfiu tl Mother, " and all other mothers, and wives, sister and sweethearts, of the soldiers, we are directed fay the committee having charge of the matter, in town, to say that tli clothes wanted are Brown Jane Pants, (lined) Linsey Shirts,...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 August 1861

CONSTITUTION o r m Confederate States of America. We, the hiiii1 ftf th ( 'mvnrirTwt "'I- Start artmp mini sornlsrs: mid tnrfi"7'iwT"-t itiie acter, In order In form prtnnn (ekMl govi rn ment. rstn1lih jiff-ire, insure dom-'lr f rnittpt ilif v and srenra 'he Weasing f M'rrfy to onn-rUc su.l onr poteilv Invoking lMfn and pjiil.'v trf Almighty (lorl ftriin and eamhlirh tW (.Vtmti tmioofor the JiifVd.-r.t M'ti nTAmjr'r. " k AI1TV1.E I ' callus 1. All bv'sl.Vfre power h-Mi. r.Wi',-l i!! Veted !n n Ci"i:rvesi of t'le Po'it'-derat' .tsre'. which shH cmr or drrml wil H of Re- yrewttVlivn. (,. , rrt:i'X i. J 1. Tin' Huns of ReirescuNthcr hntl I enmpos ed nf nintn'crs c'lmcn ever Mfnnif ytmr by the p'Ojile nf llirU'Vfni! S':itPf: iict tl e elector in each r-iutc fhiill be vit't-iis ndhcOwiVlfrwte E'ute.aiid IivelTtc qininrTn"ffn ri i' "l n fir tin-inn of the most atmnroin branch of the State I.r.rlBinrc ; but no pcrsr-n of fotripti birth. rnf ritir.-n of the Con federate States, shall be all...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 September 1861

4 , v. .V JTEMPTMDAI 'SEPTEMBER5 ,1861..: VOLUME' 12: . 'j Ml W.' HT f in ",f I ,! NUMBEir4o: v I I ' 3 J. P. WILLIAfflS, . ).' 4jirifr V""'-." -"-':""r'A Vi , (Successor to C. II. Smith.) Receiving, Fonrardln? and Coiumis tfon Merchant, OORSER OF FRO.IJ MAIN STS. Clarksville, Tennessee. 1 Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale of Tohaoee and all kinds or produce, t .Nov. 3, '60-ly - Cr. .iTLigonfy Co. - WHOLtSAL AMD BITA1L DKAJ.HRS IN , , ConfecUofuiries. Clffarn, dec, Ac. ' CLARkSYILLE, TF.SN. ' ALL orders from a distance (accompanied with th cash) will he met punctually and upon Try reasonable terms. . 1 Not 27, '68-ly '"T, ' DR.. J. MRTCErr CLARKSVILLE,"TENNESSEE. v - . - . ' OFFICE and. residence, corner Main and Fourth Street, opposite Cumberland Presbyterian Church. February 1, 1861 ly. Office on Franklin Street, . . Clarkavllle. Tennessee. T'IU attend promptly to the collection of all laiuu eutrosted to bis care. Feb IT, 1860-tf. J. J. Cnmxi. C. Mitchell. CRUSMAN &...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 September 1861

t L fifarterilk' (Chvouiclc, R- T, THOMAS, JWMr. . t. VBKtjKTT, A.GRAXT, PtiUuhert. I I O L A UKy y I 1 J, 1 5 . Friday, September 6tb, 196L tuif" Jolin C. Fremont the bust.irJ nnrl t.ninnr m'lui fiwfw nil lint hi tti till' ch.ir itvnf Ch,rWo.,.So,..l. (Wiin,. k;. is - ' tuwl n pvof lttimttinn, (fi'Mr-rii. thStntc nf PIiMonri nnder tii.ntial If, prixluiminp freedom to the ptiive of !l who d ire de- fenjUheniKelvcB anniiift uliol'itiixi ujrp-cs-ion, nnd death to every man found in rtrms against his majesty, Abe Lincoln. This inaugurate a war of extermination. No Southern soldier will, if he can help it, be taken olive to beahot afterwards as a trait or ; and for every one so Khot, a fearful enhance will be inflicted by way of re taliation. Civilization has witnessed no military proceeding bo barbarous and dia bolical, and the scenes to be enacted under this tyrant decree will make humanity hudder. And yet these demons profess to be a civilised people, and sacrileg iously invoke the 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. — 6 September 1861

NEBLUTT GRANT, Local Editor. ,,? Friday, September 6th, 1861. 3r8ubcriptinnit must invariably b paid for In ADVANCErm ' 1 : tr. Advertisements, to iniiurt insertion, must be in Wednesday morning. t. , . CASH 8YSTE9I. " Henceforth the business of th Chronicle office, 'will be conducted on the CASII SYSTEM. All Job-work must be paid for, before It U token away and advertising bill to be paid when presented, if not when the advertisement ii ordered. Na sub eorlption will be entered on our book I until paid for. t We hope our friends will remember this. 'We are obliged to adopt this rule. It is the beat for nil parties. ' Only Two nous Dats. Go to Macormac's to day, or to-uiorrow, and get your picture taken. The money govs to clothe the soldiers. ' Quartrrly Mekti.no. The fourth, and last Quat terly meeting. uf this Conference year, will com mence, with prayer-meeting, at tho Methodist Church, to-night. There will bo preaching to morrow, at 11 A. M., at 8 P. M., and also oU Sun day morn...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 September 1861

- CONfcJTITtJTION .; ' - r - Confederate States of America. Wr, llit prnpl of the t'r federate Staler, twb f)atc (rrfiojr in ir mrmffii amf hwtcpendent char acter, in iwriVt tfforr permanent federal govern ment, prtaMirh ywivm, Insure ejonrnrtwf Irnnrptiritj-. am! jeeirrf th blnminn f liberty to narclr and our porterit---Invoking the favnr am? gnidaiwe of AhTrtghty (Jnd doonfam arm" r-rtahltsu. this -oti-lulton for tbe Confederate Sit f America.; - A RTICI.K r. Toll .- A1I lea;irlatlve power herein iMcxiled: rhill bp Which rhall consist of a Senate nnd Houe of Re presentative. . . wdSTinx I. 1. The IIijt " Frprrrcnbitivcn shall be compos ed of member rhorcn every reottd yeitr by the people of thcrerrml Pitatr; anil f bp electors in each Slate shall bt citizens of the! Vwifc. U rate Statcr.and havelbe qualification requisite for electm1 of the mofi numerous hranirb of Ibe Suit.-Legislature; bill no person of foreign bitili. not citizen of the Con federate Rtatrs, rhall br allowed to ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 September 1861

9 ' WMk -- t, IS" VOLUME 12. CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FEIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 18GL NUMBER ti; i V err' 7 W:- rH:. HA-.-:.I W . ' .- H . s wt .v,..,-;., j ; .oil; ..xjx u ! M.MM..MMjiijijijLa-L ju'i .ijsuiiieMebesWie1b . - .ft - J- P. WILLIAMS, (Successor to C. H. Smith.) Receiving, Forwardiuj and Comniis ' sion Merchant, CONNER OF FRONT Jc MAIN STS. , Clarksvillc, - - Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale of Tobnceu find all kinds of produce. Nov. 2, 'l0-1y . WHOLESALE ANtt RETAIL DEALERS IX CmtlVclloiinrn'S, 'iir, Ac., Ac. . CLAllhSVILLE.TF.NN. ALL orders from it distance (aerompanicd with the CAsn) will bo met punctually and upon very reasonable terms. Kov 27, '5-ly mi j.Il pirtleT7" CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE- OFFICE and residence, corner Main and Fourth tHreeta, opposlt) Cumberland Presbyterian Church. February :, 1861 ly. B. A. ROGERS, 'Attorn j a4 JLsiw, Office on Franklin Street, Clarksvillc. Tennessee. Will attend promptly to the collection of all tlaim entrusted to h...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 September 1861

(SliufcsvUU (Shronulr, K. W. THOMAS, Atifer. CLARKSVILLE. Friday, September 13th, 18C1. igu Tho efforts of Kentucky to main tain a selfish neutrality are producing their legitimate results. The first step taken by the State a refusal to furnish its quote of troops was rebellion against the govern ment to which it professed allegiance, and all subsequent steps were suggested by considerations of dollars and cents. This policy, unnatural, unjust and impractica ble, has culminated in civil war a result perfectly palpable, from the beginning, to the plainest common sense. If Kentucky had based its refusal to furnish men upon the ground that the President had no au thority to call for them, and had stood squnrcly upon that ground, it would have been entitled to the sympathy and respect of every patriot ; but when it quietly sub mitted to repeated infractions of the Con stitution, and even voted men and money to prosecute the war against the South, unconstitutionally begun, its position b...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 September 1861

paf al awl gjtoww gto. KEBLETT GRANT, Lfl Edtion. Friday, September 13th, 1861. POT Subscriptions most Invariably be paid for In ADVANCES tf. AJterlieementf, to huure (neertion, mat he hemded in Wednesday morning. CASH SYSTEM. Henceforth the business of the CkronkU office, will be conducted on the CASH SYSTEM. All . job-work mutt be paid for, before it I taken away . and advertising blila to be paid when ptesented, if not when the advertisement Is ordered. No sub scription will be entered on onr Wks until paid for. Webopewr friend wilt remember Oil. We are obliged to adopt this rule. It b the liest tor all parties. KETCCKT. t oommunitv wan startled, last Saturday morn- SnB by'lntelllgence, from Union City, that Confed- -crate troops hud entered, and were occupying, the towm Hickman and Columbas, in Kentuky. The news came In a way that left no reasonable doubt of It truth, and speculation ai to the probable re mit of the movement occupied every mind. The community was divided Into 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. — 13 September 1861

C,-Wh KM . CONSTITUTION, .... Of TBI Confederate States of America. W, the people of the t YrV(ierte State?, fa Htt a'tiii? In it sown-ipa and Independent char ,acler. Id unit to Inrpi permanent federal govern ment. .tnMirh jufiee. Injur domestic (mnrfwility. iiimI sec ure the Measfogt Of HNrty to ooiiwleps find onr pote lit invoking tbe favor nnd fctiid.iice of Almighty inrl donnlaia unit es'nblish this C-iti-lulioo for the Confederate f 'ate of A nsrrica, ARTICLE L , All lvril(t 're powers herein ilcteiritel shall le rented to a Congress of tb Confederate States, which shnll conaiit of n Sonata awl Hdiij "f Re pre nt-.tirM,- i ' . " rr.r.rmr ?. 1. The IIouc of Representatives shall lit nuio ed of w mhm elimwn every wnrd rear hy the people of thescvcriil !tltntc; ntiil tf.r etirt.nr hi each Ftnte shall citizen of the Confederate Stnrcs.and have the qualification requis'.'e for electors of the moid numcious bmnch if lb.--State Legisla'iiiv; but no rersm of foreign Wrth. vM rilcn of ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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