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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 September 1861

J 'i ' ... . .ill 1 .y4 J) V OLARKSyiLLE, TENN:, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, ISG1. .V9LUME 12. T ,- -, NUMBER 42.- 1T.X.TI Y ' r'j f t A .. . . , i .-.'.,- .. ..U- 5v--i t f.-..'.,?;,.': '" i-.!.,;i,r .-. .., -.. .. . . , '.'.4"'-"Ai"' J.1-J-. (Sards, J. P. WILLIAfflS, , (Snccessor to G. II. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Conimis- "Oiou Merchant, CORNER OF FRONT MAIN STS. , Clarksville, - 'Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale of Tobacco and all kind of produce. Nov. 2, 'CO-ly - . . - ' , , WnOI.KSAI, AND KKTAIL llEi'KRH IM Coiifoclloiinric. "l?iir, Ac. Ac.- - . CLARhSVILLB. TRNN. ALL orders from a distune (accompanied with th.CAn) 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 Streets, opposes Cumberland Presbyterian Church. February .i, ls6lly. B. A. ROGERS, 7 . jSittomoy . aft ILsnw, . - Office on Franklin Street, - Clarksville, Tennessee. Will Attend...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 September 1861

IT. W. TWUUAfV A . Oft ANT, ) . 'CTj A R ICS V I T. 1,7 . Friday, September 20 th, 1361. ffcay A correspondent of tin Union and ' Amti touti suirirew tint. Tennessee shall! 'elect (en niciutvrs to the Confcdevn.t Cun grcss. by litiic(s. is formerly, uud the eleventh by the State nt'lare - As a ron ton 6r this fupvtioii, tire writer nays that there will not- be time euonsh for tlic 'Lca-udiiture to re-district the Ftate, and for the. nTininta t urjre their claims before the people, by the first Thursday in November. The Confederate Constitution is' referred to to prove that the Legislature has the pow; of to adopt this sujrjr5tion, nnd it nny'to so; bulstbitt Constitution does not dif fer, nu .that point, from the onn under which Tcnnesee has so long acted, wo tan not concede that the emergency auth orizes the' dcp.ivturw from lonjr established forms uud usages." Tho tendency of revo lution is to overturn established order and to introduce dangerous innovations, find a f.-ee people s...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 September 1861

If KKHLETT GRANT, Loeal Editor. Friday, September 20th, 1861. YjTSubcTiptionfi must iBvarinhly be paid for hi AOVASCKrySA '. : r .-. i - KB,. .4ATftneti, XS wrurc izjertim, naut be ' titnded m fcednetday morning. ', ' J-'-S CASH SYSTEM.' Henceforth the bmiheffl of th Chronicle office, will b conducted ra Hie CASH WY8TEM. All Job-work mnst be paid for, before It if taken awny od advertising bill to lw pnhl when presented, if not whtu the ndvcrlireiiient 1 ordered. Ml suh vription will be filtered oil our book until paid tut. - We Ijo,o our friend will remember th',. We arc obliged to adopt tbi rule. It ti the best to all parties. . . , . . Ball Oftim. The miscrabfo thank and delusion,' known as Kentucky neutrality, Is, at Inst psssrd awn. Tennessee that alone (for the South ern Confederacy) resected it In the pnsf, will do vt no longer, its repented nnd open violation by the Llculn government, and the shameless conduct of the Kentucky legislature in ordering Confederate troops from t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 September 1861

V CONSTITUTION Confederate Btatesl of "America. ; WVj-th pmpl of the- (Vmfwrnt Slat-, eaeli ltntc a-tmy in its row. yn ati(! fn (lenrtct rfiar-at-ter. in tmttt l form perawimif federal goveru mni). ti h.pfc Jiwik-w, iatri "-'.lc Inttvp'ility. if acwrMlir blinin nt libeny t.i oursefcrs am) nt riifi-'-i-iiitliiP Iff faVr awl t.i'1 .m tif A'miifBtj j-iriTin'fi -.n't p-tiit'in mi f inti t.ilion lor th Ct'ttfeitcrve S' M. uf Aarrtak. , ,,i .,,.. .. am-tixt 1. All' Vfiln" power.-, herein .Vic del rh.lf be v.-led hi a IVingrcJ of lb Cnntvilemte '.K,f'-, t,ji h "hflt tv'it t of n twte nii'l Uu'le of Hp- liii.iiiTrS.". : .", Msr.Tirm J. . . j, . t. The ffon- nt R T-':it;?ti-r ImTIIir compos ed of niiid. ruor-.Ji fiVrr year He the people if the Hircra! Kiiili-: unit tin- clu-toniih cm h f-lntc Mtull V i:itiirn f itm !, rnl ! Stnr".and hnv.-iti" imlifii i'l T' i:"i-i c f..r eh'' -ors c.f the Tnot ntnnrtnii" brati'h of'the PftTi' Livi-nu'iiiv : but no person of foreltm liirili. not cilia, it ol...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 September 1861

- ,01 IT A;' UH) T C T T- TT IF " "71 -1 volume" 12. CLAMSVILLE, TENIf., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1801. KUMBEB 43. t jTp.T WIULIASV1S7 -' V'.- 'i . Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, ' . CORNER OF FRONT MAIN STS. Clarksville, - - Tennessee. Prompt attention pnld to the Stornge and Sale of toWto and all kinds of produce. Not. 2, 'CO-ly Ot JR. Saigon 4 Co. WBOLMALI AND RKTAU, DIALERS tlf Courectlouurirs, Cigar, Vc Ac.', S . CLARKSVILLE, TENS. ' A.IX orders from a distance (accompanied with the cash) will lie met punctually and upon very reasonable terms. Not 27, '68-ly ' I DR. J. M. PIRTLE. CLAEKSVILLE, TENNESSEE- ., OFFICK and residence, corner Main and Fourth Streets, opposite CumhcrlaiJTresbyterian Church. February 1861 ly. " . " B. A. ROGERS, JLtitinmy aft . ' Office on Franklin Street, ' ' Clarksville, Tennessee. "Wilt attend '. promptly to the collection of all Lai in entrusted to his cure. Feb 17, 1860-tf. J. J. CnrsMAH. C. Mitchell. CBUSEIAN & MITCHELL, (...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 September 1861

ffilattovillc (Chronicle, n. W. THOMAS, SJitar. J. B XEM.F.TT.1 m,A,r4. t. A. wast, j C r. A K 7T K Ar 1 I, LE. ' Friday, September. 127th, 1361. friir TIio rcccfit movement of ('onfcrlu rte troops upon Kentucky has added grotttl- to the extent of territory to bo de fended, and, in that "proportion, demands nn incrcuHe of force. From the Atlantic to the western limits of Missouri, the enemy is in nriiiFiind threatening our borders, and hi navy, which we havo uot the force to encounter at Fea, is seeking to make a de scent upon every vulnera'ulo point on our Eeabonrd from the Cheiiipeako Tlay to.,tje mouth of the Mississippi. With such a lino of frontier to defend, the strength of the Confederate 8t,itea niu.it be taxed to the utmost, if they would successfully resist the enemy and shorten the period of this unnatural war. No people havo ever ac complished more, in n shorter period, than has been done by the South to meet the exigencies of the present trying occasion ; but the progre...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 September 1861

GRANT. Local Editor: Triday, September 27th, 1861. tSulcriptions must Invariably be paid for in JDVANCErm tftU Adutrtttement, to injurs intertion, mutt be Handed in . Wednttday morning. cash sistcji. Henceforth the business of the Chronicle, ojflr?, Will be conducted on the CASH SYSTEM. All 4 job-work must be pnid for, before it is tnken awsy and advertising bills to be pail when presented, if Hot when the advertisement is ordered. . Ka ub eript'on will be entered on our books until pnid for. We hope our friends will remember this. We itrtf obliged to adopt this rule. It is the best Tor all parties. Death o Mhh. Cooi-rat. In the appropriate plnce in this issue, will be found the announcement of the denlh of Mrs. Mnry C. Cooper, wife of Dr. C. If. Cooper, of this city. Mrs. Cvoir had lived here for twenty-five years, and was justly held til very high esteem by the whole community, for her social and domestic vir tues, her charities to the poor and the suffering, and her uniform chris...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 27 September 1861

CONST IT Xj TJ O N 0 TBI Coafeicote States 'of America. We, the ioi! ef ll-e Coi-r.-n'ornte Plates, each fijttr- HPlim' in lis sovr-itfii and In leprfjc" char ivlcr, in nril;r U form a permanent ledi ral govern ment. e.-lcbY-h justice, inure d(.mr-iie triiiupiiiity. mul secure the bivir.ji. Of I II irrry.lt) cmrirlves and our ( it v invoking the f.ivir mid mid hip of Almighty (rtil i!i oit'ulii nivl i"-:t''lish t!ti. l"initi tiilinn for tin- Oonfol.-r Si-i'ic of Am-ricii. . ap.tici.i-: i. . , m'-rniN 1. . All b'g'shitice p even hen-in Irh'i i'i-I ln'l he totel !" n Co"y""f" nf .Cimfi-i' niti- Hrf. whh-h si: ill r, ni ut cri tic find II iue o.' prer nil.. I' vcf . i ?rn n x 2. I. Tl i- rroi'" ii' ni"i!'l:vi .flfi!l 'c rutupiK fil of i-ictuWi n i lew n e i rr si !! enr I -v llic pcop'e if thcM-veri;) S'i'li"': ;iiH 'hei-l. ctur-ii( e-uh Kta'C f-!i.-l. ! .it' i;n'"onl'' !vrir-' i;ii;lrs.rm.l linvo th" iimi:(!i"',;.rii' v ' a'.-'.i- ti - ol- f 'fi-s of tlir-mn-t n;iT.i-iMia n A .:i bf t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 4 October 1861

..-a.. 1:-;:;: LLLJ CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4,-1861. NUMBER. 44. VOLUME 12. (ClartoviH (SUxmult. Printed Weekly, on double-medium theet ever Fridty morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Pullishcrt and Proprittor$, TSRUS i J PR ANJiVil IN AD VA XC TERMS Tjr AUVEnTISIXO, 90 ONI (QUASI Or TWI.VI LIKIS 01 LEM. On Insertion Two Insertions Three Insertion! -ne month 1 1 1 3 Two months Three months Six months Twelve months $4 BO C 00 9 00 IS 00 U . ii. irp. 171 LL I Am s, . . ' m .."saw v I (Successor to C. H. Smith.) ' Receiving, Fonrarding and Commis sion Merchant, OORNEB OF FRONT MAIN STS. Clarksville, - - Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sole of Tobacco and all kinds or produce : Not. 2, '60-ly fr.Vf , Ligon Co. '-' ' .' WBOLESALI AMD RETAIL DEALERS IN Coiifectlonaries, Cljar, Ac.i Ac, . CLARKSVILLE, TENN. .-' ALL orders from a distance (accompanied with the asb) will be met punctually and upon very taonahle terms. Kot 87, '6S-ly D'R J. M. PIRTLE. CLARKSVILLE,...

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

dlMtovttk (Cluonicir, R, W. THOMAS, EdiHr. j. a. grant,- ran ikksiiiixt, JEFFKlliSON DAVIS, ion vui: i':nsint:T, O J4 A 1 K B A I T. T.K. Friday, October 4th, 1861. SW In oltin to work tlio machinery of the Government of tin; Confederate States it in all important that wo avoid, ns fur y prncticaMc, the errors of the original sys tem, and that tvir dt'Gno, "in the ontsct, the powcra of the respective department and make the Constitution construe itself. The 4 eleven State have adopted the Confederate Constitution, which is certainly an. im provement upon that of tlio Uuni ted State?; but, improved ns it is, it certainly docs nut conform frilly enough to the leading idea of the Confederal system, and the failure, in this particular, leaves it opcu to the ennio broad construction, and linblo to the same abuses which made the old govern ment corrupt by means of the centralizing forco of Executivo patronage. It may be , argued by some, that , the defects of tho Constitution can bo remed...

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

. KKBLETT k GRANT. Loeal Editor. Friday, October 4th, 1861. t-fliiljoripttoni must Invariably be paid for In ADVANCE.m VtAiloertitemtnU, to inmr iiuertion, mube handed tM WtdnaAay morning. CASH SYSTEM. Henceforth the business of tlie Chroniclt office, frill be conducted on the CASH SYSTEM. All job-work must be paid for,' before It Is taken away nd" advertising bill to 1 paid when presented, If sot when the advertisement is' ordered. No sub scription will bo entered on our books until paid for.. We hope our friends will remember this. We are obliged to adopt this rule. It is the best fur all parties. WANTED. A sprightly little boy, that can tend writing, to distribute the Chronicle in the city. BSUAny person having a good yonng milk Cow, with a young calf, ran hear of a purchaser by call ing at tho Chronicle office. t T " PGCIDIiniiY RICH. Our good-looking, good naturcd ootemporary of the Jeff, gets off about a column of wit at onr ex pense in bla Issue of Tuesday. He was In high tpe...

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

. v. CONSTITUTION ... . Confederate States of America. W the penple nf the" ConMc rale States, each flat, aetiug ti it sovrrrgn mid tmVpr-ndmt char acter, la order to lorm permanent federal govern ment", esttiMfti jwtitr, inswre dime.iir tranquility, nj scrorr the blefiMir of fiborty fn rxirsclvc nnd ear povU iit v invoking the favor an gnidnnce of hiltoo for lite Penfciterxt S tales of Aimrica. ARTICLE I. SHITIO I.. All kyieiatWe 'wiri herein tle'ejmted jhsll lie Tested fi ? IVmpt f fir CnnlMTite S'ale, which slmll consist, of fl S'tm'c hii-I l(uo of Re? prwuUtir. . . - - nrtun' 1. ' ' 1. Ttic Rolf of lliprccntitlive shell be rumpna ed of BKlliMI rtwscli every feim.d jr,T by Ihr people of thewvcTrxIfi'Mi': and tin1 tf-ifors in each tilate shrill be citizen' if lli'-Cnnfe pre Siales.and have the aaialifVnfirrn r firi!r for el-"to- of the Avwt iimncrou-. branch of llt- Silc T.rfcis'firnre ; bnl no person of foreirn birth, no: ritiy.cn of the Con federate Slates, shall be allowed ' vo...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 October 1861

) ' .- . - .... - ... - ! -. - . . , ; .; .... . ; . ' , - . . , CLAIIKSVILLE, TEftN.v FftlMY. . OOTOhER 11, 1861. VOLUME. 12. NUMBER 45 S I f ! i r 1 1 J Printed Weekly, on a double-'raedium heet eTer Friday morning, by NEBLETT fit GftAttT, Publithtn and Proprietor. PERMS t9 rR AX SIM IK AD VA KTS TERMS OF ADVERTISING, FOB ONI HQOARB Of TVTtLVl LlNtS 0 LBB8. lint Insertion 00 Two insertions 1 CO three Insertions 2 00 'lie month 2 60 Two months $ fie Three mouth , 5 00 Six month . ' . 00 Twelve month IB 00 J, P. WILLI lYIS, fSucsttor to 0. H. Smith. Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, ' CORNER OF FRONT & MAIN STS. Clarkaville, - Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale of Tobacco and all kinds of produce. Mor. 2, '60-ly VI. JLiffon 4 Vo. WBOLtSAtB AMD BBTA1X. MtAURB 111 Confectlonarics, Clears, flee., Ac, CLARhSVILLE, TENN. ; ALL orders from a distance (accompanied with the cash) will bo met punctually and upon very reasonable term. ' Mot 27, '68-ly D...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 October 1861

l. W. TlfOMAS, (or. J, A. GRANT, rOH PHGtlDMT, JEFFERSON DAVIS , ron vk t: vnL-smrwt, A. II. STEPHENS, 'Of Vrorgiu. OLARK8VILLE. ' Priday, Octotet 11th, 186L ISS The nnmerons announcements of candidates for tire vafiottft offices -oT (he two Houses of the Legislature cheated us, for a movent, fato fho belief tfhat we vers lack in the old Un'ren It is difficult to realize the faotthat, in the New Confeder acy, the yieopVe fcave initiated the same game, of office-hunting which tended so largely to break up the old one. It must be gratifying to the Yankees to peroeive that years ef evil association, with them selves, have engrafted npon Soother char acter the germ of self-deatraction, and that the birth of tbe Confederate Government is scarcely awwounoed ere the infant giant begins te display the traits of premature vice. We, of the South, have much to un learn before we are fitted for the career of true greatness opened up by this revolu tion. We must learn that it is not every man wh...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 October 1861

owl afti gtnri gfe&si. CHARLES If. BITER, Local Editor. NEBLKTT ft GRANT, '"Proprietor. Friday, October 11th, 1861. IXaSubsrrlptioM mint invariably be pnld for In AJ'VAKCBrbk i - r '. " ,' ,r,v ' " , t(3) Advrrtinenunit, to inmre insertion, mutt be handed m Wednesday morning. K I ..LJ ... - CASH SYSTEM. Henceforth ttie business of the Chronicle 'office, wiU bs conducted on the CASH SYSTEM. All job-work roust be paid for, before it is taken away and advertising bill to t paid when presented, if not when the advertisement is ordered. N sub scription will be entered on our books until paid Sr. We hope our friends will ,'Yemember this. Ws are obliged to adopt this rule. It is the fifat for all parties. SfAny person baring a good yonng milk Cow, with a young calfs can hear of p'urtifcase'r by call ing at the Chronicle ofilce., " Personal. The-jreaders of the Vhrohicle will see, by a glance at the bead of this column, that a 'change bas be e'h made In the ostensible conduct and contro...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 11 October 1861

Agricultural. Warehouse, PORT E H jTs MI TjK , 'taw Mar amp FRoifT St. C t. i K S V I I. L K,TE N N. Keep ec,n-..tnnt!y on hand, and fur .sale, a full m aortnx-ut of Aprii-ti'tiirit! and Horticultural tmple menta. ion uding office! Mid t!ti Plows, ilimiwi nnd Cultivators, Axes Hot-:', f !! a ml gtudeH rnliee forks, Miitii!is, Oiaie,. Wheelbarrows, Wheat Fnna, G'mu Shcllcrx, f-rnw Cvlten, Com Mills, fkjrtliri, Km; ers and T!ir...-W.u!'lillVfl'iit Pniertu Jltft rectivnl a Jarre lot (l tin- celebrated Virginia Vnjvone, Wood cc Iron A.vd,..5, 4 or rmrw. wlikti wc warrant lo h upoU In any amde. Also a lirj-o Stock of Field ftn-dr. irinver. Timo thy, Herds mill orchard Crtiw Ac. We rerptetfull) elicit it mil from ell, fi-e'irig confident we ran do thm Justice in poods and prices. Kcb 3, 18Gl-ly. NEW SADDLERY AND ftf Hi I ! VNDEK FOWLKB'S 11 ALL, THRKkI DOORS ABOVK I'OST OFFICII. - We have iir'i.'.-d attd tire now f """''iinciuntig ctcry article in the ".';F' SlutdlllliT ;iml Mamt.i. lmeiu...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 October 1861

H i-. OLAEKSVILLE, TENNi, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1801; , NUMBER 40, VOLUME 12. V 'S" Printod Weekly, on a double-medium sheet ever iVidaj morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, '. Fuili er and Proprietor; " TERMS : $2 PUR AMsVil lS Al)?A NCH . TEUM3 OF AtA'KIlTISlNO, , ' ron oki uar ov wlv i.iks or ifwa. One Insertion $1 00 Two Insertion 1 CO , Phre insertions . i 00 .. 'no month - 2 fiO Two month Throe month Six month , . Twelve months $4 50 5 00 , 9 00 15 00 J. P. WILLIAMS, .fin (Successor to C. II. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commit sion Merchant", - ' CORNKR OF FRONT k MAW STS XJlarksville, - - Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale Of ' Tobacco and all kfndi of productf. Not. 3, '60-ly WHOLlCTAt AKI RKtAITi CfcAtTIUI IS ConfcctlonAries, Cigars, Ac, Ac., . , CLARhSVlLLE, TENN. ALL order from a distance (Accompanied with he casb) will be met punctually and upon very treasonable term. . Not 27, '68-ly , . ..- m JM. PIRTLE. CLARKS VILLE , TENNESSEE- OFFICE and reside...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 October 1861

ClartovIHc (Chronicle, -a. w, rnoHs, AWfw, j. r. -sf-.ra.r.tT, i. A. Oil ANT. ron rursiDF.vr, JEFFERSON 0AV1S rnft iirn iMtiTMivr.VT, A. II, STEPHENS -Genrgia. nT. a t -rriti -r t t t tt Friday, October 18th, 1861. to Southern success ts to "be found, we think, la fhe towering am Infirm antl un- doubted Bhrowdnewsof William II. Seward, whose energies are directed To the Prcsi deney t Pictatorsdvip of the North. "Giv ing Lira credit for the talents so univer sally claimed for him, it w-smld be & palpa ble denial of tliat claim tosnppoae that he believes, for a moment, in, the possible re constroctkwi of the Union, and if bo does not believe in its re-construction, it mnst follow that his ambition is to rule the North alone. How, then, is ho to compass the eni in view ? Simply by seeing to it that no military man shall, by the brillian cy of his exploits, snpplnnt him in the af fections of the Northern hordes. Know ing that the South can not be conquered, he looks to every defeat ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 October 1861

i! V n 5. V. CHARI.Ea 14. HITER,'Xofrf "Editor, Friday, Octooer 18th, 18G1. BSySubscTiptibnii must invari'aMy to paid lor in Avvaxce.- ..' 8. Advtrtiitmenh, to imi-t ntertion, muet :'1 hato'ltd in Wednetdtig ntorning. . .. " -' . - A good many peojilo are 'in the tbit of "eorning: to IK, and Hiking as to give them papers, without, 'any pay foT them. V like to be liberal, "and to auy one who f'lrw 'poor to jity fivt 'cent for' ft Chronicle, we whl give it gr'ilis; but . nearly all ' those, who have heeri in the habit'-of asking for it, art able to buy it, find to'all inch we desire to ay "wt can't afford it," and we bojie they will not , hereafter expect it, The truth la, every man in this and the adjoining counties, who can read, ought to subscribe fur the 'Chronicle. It costs biit t2 00 Tor a whole year, and now, wheh.such important events are transpi ring, and when the slopping of the mulls, in so many quarters, render h'ews desirable, and hard to "b obtained, wo khor the paper ii...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 18 October 1861

i 1 i v; ! X V 1 fhse href VI fi tlhCU ; f, -'V' v.' Agricultural Warehouse P O R TK H & SM I T II , l JoRKWR WAIX AMIl FlWNT ST. 4 a KS VII, 1. TENS. ' Btevpivjnslar.tly rm Iwml, nci fVir pvy ftill "VirlinnA-or Agi ioolfurn! uit -I! .nirnlnml lmp"e ', mcnts. cr.nstemg of 'loci ami Cast, flows, Harrows ad Cultivators, Aries, Hoes, fii ld mid grtTilo inkes VWks, . Mattocks, trains, Wheelbarrows, Wheal ' f-'fcus, Com rlhellers, Straw Cutters, Cora Mills, JVythii, Reapers mid Thretl;of dilb-rriit THwriii Just received a large lot of liic clelN"a.d Virginia Wagons, Wood or Iron Axols, 2,4 in hoiae. which we 'Warrant lo lie cotial r anv rnndo. 'Also ft large Slock of Field iSee Is Clover, Timo- thy, Herds mid orchard lirart c. V e rr:"ivtfull) eolictl a call Irom r'f, feeling cnr.fioV.ul "we win do them lltfttif-e In iriHnljinjl tiricM 1 Feb3, IS81-ly . n, NEW SADDLERY AND II;iriiCNN Csiii!)!i.slimcii(, UNDER FCntJ.EIt'S HALL, THEKK DOORS ABOVK I'OST OFFICK. We have ojiri.ed nnd arc ...

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