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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 March 1858

3 i LUJUJ-JJiL 3 "' LOCAL ITEMS. i -1'S ' N , JiESLETT 4. GRANT, Lscal Editors. . FRIDAY, MAKCII 19, 1858. ,"' tT Chronicle Office over W It. Broarlf's Stori.$ . Tw Nasliville and Cincinnatti packet, JViWm, was run down in the Ohio river, hear Sh&wnectown, 111., last Sunday-night, by the steamer Great Wettern, and sunk to Ler cabin , floor, in ten minutes. . As hear aa can be ascertained, some six or sev en lives were" lost among them a lady and her two little children, deck passen gers. The Princess was laden with mer chandise and furniture for points on Cum berland river mostly for this place and Nashviiie. r;i;:' , ; ":;;; ?' '." Among the known consignees here, are Messrs. Pollock & Waggencr, Thomas & Brother, John F. Couts, and W. li J. K. Broad d us. ! There are, wo fear, many oth ers in the vioinity country-merchants who had goods on her, , Pollock &', Wag gencr'! loss is about $2,000, and Mr. Jno. F. Coiita $15,00 to $2,000 both fully in sured. . Thomas 'Brot...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 March 1858

- wo. , belongs the inco'tap'mbln and distinguish ed potior of listing produced the greatest me4;7'kbpSa re-cinintnee i "irilhoeij en tj, admit whose fame it Is their earnest desire to be allowed, as fellow-citizens, to participate. (Great applause ' Sifj-JPU have done well to commemorate this great nnc bouoi td son.-' M rojoioetliat you hate .done U by the talent tof. a native artiet. I rejoice that you bar found in one of our oo native. citizens, and artist with tho genius to conceive, and the taste to execute tbejwcrli. ( (Applause) Oh, that Crawford c&utJ' bate hrti to witness the triumphs of this da jt Oh, that it success might pour one flrop of balm into the heart of ii widow. (Applause.) Sir, wbbn I trnc thia gifted sculptor from the commencement of bis Careor, -when I fol low him fron) the early production of his "Angela," the bants of living contempora ries, his Orpheus, bis later works of figures and groups in the pediment of the south ern wing of theCapitol at Washing...

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 March 1858

YT- - f ' "--T i'V4".' . ! . tuj: - . ' 1 1 -. MUMiiii iiMinii i Mil jaiwijw li iiirarriMTiir- j ...TITT""" n"T""""''"" TTT"""" T-" volume 9 ; ' - rL - ' J .TIIE CHIIONICLIU. . Trlntci WecMy en a dhnble-meillnm hetflTrjj . Tidj morning', by ' ""' ,'.(, NEBLETT &, GRANT, - j " & ftri and Proprietor t' .:: t . - . i , i .. in i I -. ' r :i . ' TtRMS Or ,THB JA1r.li;'! ' " 1 $2 Per annum, in advance. . - TERMS Or ADVERT ISTSO. On Imirllon r, , I,01 1 Two moothi f4.5n Two Inwirtlon 1,50 Throe monthi PiKniontli Twelve months . 6.00 9,00 Tfcrw ImtfrtlMM-' 9.00 .On month , j..SO 15,00 .'MISCELLANY.-- - (Dnomnl N'owllcttc. - . . . ... .. ..... j-'' ( lVriHl or A CJarieiJ C7ironiZe.J jDA--"HO.OIESi Belle of the Fort. 1 'a t . . . . i T' rr W. THOMAS, f .. 1 bt b; Ahr o' th "YoOnj Colonol, the "Reflugeei, ' "Liliy Dale, the "CoDent Prleoner,'. oJBe MMton," the 'Bride of - - , " CHAPTER XV. B"' ScABditV liad .'Wjbicr. (ursil to, look at tb liglit pointed out by his sister, when Lo Lenr...

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 March 1858

SI)C (SlcirksinUc gfyronUle, R. W. THOMAS, tJitor. J. 8. NFBLETTJ J. A. GRANT, ( PuMfsWt. Oflce, orer Win. II Rrjarly's Store. Ifcjp Cummunicatlont tn not be handed in by noon on Thmrnlay, or ihry tcill I left over.- ID All aommnnicallons mail be adtlressed to th Editor. Boalnest letters to the publishers. CTAdVertlmmenta nail be banded la llie day Before publication, or they will be Wl ov-r. ' fRIDAT, MARCH 9', S8.- i The new. phase ef democracy or father the old' phase newly exhibited as advanoed by the Union and American, would be laughable were it not painful to see with what perfect despotism the leader of democracy rule the party, and what absurd ities the poor Jevili are compelled to endorse for the eake of Harmony. I he schism on th bank question alarmed tho Union and American- for the unity of locofoooism, in (his State, an J its effort tcr beat the broach U really ludlcroua. The organ virtually ays to its tflyecta it is not principles or measures that constitutes democracy...

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 March 1858

LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLKTT A. GRANT, Local JEdifer. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1858. t , CT CVontcis Qtfe W It. Brfriy' 81 ore Jl John O. Sax. Thi celebrated Lecturer and Poet, entertained our citizen three successive evening during (lie past week, with bis sparkling rhythmical and charming pros orations. A wo briefly edver'ed to hit poem of "Yankee Load," oa tli iet evening in oar last Issue, wo eon only notloo now bit two last Lecture. The second veuing' entertainment, u a prota ea.ay on Poetry and Poet. Of ouch noble theme, Mr. Baxe pok aa only a Poet might apeak i not with the rhapsodical firvorj and gariah sentlmenteliim of the fledgling Versifier, but with the phllo ophle analysts, and quiet inaatery of the ripe acholar, nd man of genlua. Too thoroughly Imbued with the dignity of hit theme, to pander to popular no tione of the poetlo art, he addressed only the tcbastened conceptions of thorough culturo j and perchance en that account, may have dissspol fil ed aoma, who prefer the foaming rua...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 March 1858

LOVER ADVERTISEMENTS. IN CHANCERY AT DOVER.5 O. A. Harroll, I- C. McCaivghan, J S. Brlen. C C Brl-n, II B Bwalick, Wm . Ledbetlcr. I t Gentry, BS Guou nud J M Pye Attachment From tV xUrpittos ia the till ) ths offi Invit thertte Rtltwirt'H mJ itappeartntf to ths sstlsfae. tinno'th cl-rk Bid ni-t-r that defenflan'!, J F Gentry sod B 8 Gonn are non-rUcnti of the fiti'e ef Teane-seeso that the ordinary process ot law cannot be served npon them. It is therefor ordered that pnblresMon be mwle ia Chronicle, rowepoBBt published; in Hie city of Clarksvllle. f..r frirr successive week", requiring said nnn-res-Ident d. frndaiits to mk their pers nil nripenr. enca nt Dover, on or before II 1st Thursday af ter the 2nd Monday in pril Urxt, nnd plead, sl ower or demur te. complainant bill, rr the nine will bo taken for cufi etown for hear f '. .lR0BERT3. C M. March 19, 'HS-iw-yt fee f ?, . H .... IN CHANCERY AT DOVER. (7. rmaa Jackson and. others, vs. Sectnaui White. Amended bill. From the Bfleg....

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 April 1858

VOLUME 9. CLAEKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY; -iiPBffl '2,"1858.' XV. 'NUMBEIt ,20. Til' in". -i. i i ret It 1 i . I U ' V . V ' J ! 1 t ' U 4i t ..J ...... .- j F 'i , " " " - TEE CHRONICLE. V Frinted YVokty doubU-medUm htvery IfrUUy moralng, f " " ' ' t ' NEBLETT.V GRANT, Pnlliiker$. and rroprtior$. . , mm, ,M I I 111-" ' 1 '- V 1 ' f 02 Per annum,' in advance. ; ' TERM3 OF ADVERTISING, em out tQ0or TWELt ' unn om ttr- Om Inwrllon Tiro monlln ' Tkrc months : Pil month t , Twlv month 4.50 TwclOMrtlou - 1.50 5.00 9.00 TkrM Innrttom . 3.H On month 20 15,00 JillSCEtiATW. J : " (DriQmcU KovclUttc. ' , . I Writttnfir tht dark$vUU CArnicU.J IDA HOLMES, OR TH i " . Bcllo of the Fort. WT B. W THOMAS, Antbar o' the MToung Colonel," th "R.ffngse . . "Lilly Dal," th "Conent PrUoner," . J.n MMton.", th 'BrW of V mi Hoar," 4c, &.' CHAI'TKaXVII. Oeorui Williams, the brother of Mrs. Ktlraore," nd portly 'bachelor of about fifty, sat at a small table, a bottle and glasses occupying the centre, and opp...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 April 1858

Qtyc lark$DUlc t)touulc, R. W. inOMAS, fMttr. T. 9. NRBLSTTJ J, A. GKAKT, ( OTSce, ever Wra. 11, Bryarlj Store t,iG"ntnwfcao?u mm i handed in ly H e JnrgJayl or iAy wtZJ t left mr, e CTAII ortfmoitlffom fntht be Mdreeed to lha Editor. . BnNcH letters to Ihe publisher. I , ETAilVertfsetk'Wot must handed la early pa Thursday mornings, or they will be 11 over. ' fs2T A oorrespon dtat requests us to do- ', En Oie difference fccj.ween Ibt power of a majority ia a state, and la tba "foderal Uoion," voder the dootrtae Tatel; promul gated ty tbe President. '.Tie difference it ust the same as ttiat etveeu sua-Iight and tba lizbt of the inn. . The doctrine of the President is, that majorities can not bind themselves' by limitation arid re- trietfoas, and as the assumption is nn jualiSed, it has reference to all majorities, .whether States, or ia tL Union. v. IfJ air ow correspondent seems t claim, this doctrine is coeval with the Govern ment, we would ask him why oars is a gov eminent ef chec...

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 April 1858

LOCAL ITEMS. v- .NEBLETT &. GRANT, Icf Editor.. , .... FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1658.- ty GaronW Offic ovrr W U. Br?arla'$ Store XI t Me. Maoiiocb' Rr4Wo. Ws had tha plese i during thlt and lant week to attend thi gen- tlsman's entertainment at the flfaeonlo Hall. Ill selection oa- different encas'ions war fraro lhe"Merchnt of Venice," 'Othello," and "Hi awatha," and cram received by the audience la manner that gv nnmUtakable evidence of lhlr gratification and satisfaction. Ilia reading from Hiawatha ware, to aa. particularly pleasing s tha Ti la and Intent of tbat poem rendering It more adaptable to tha lecture-roem than the othera. ' Mr. M. If donbtlaae a gentle-nan of thorough eultura la tha dramatic profe.elon, and bis read Inp from tha author he hie aladled cannot fail ta please.- We ahonld like to have hint coottnaa them bare, hut learn that he goea at ones to Hop klnsvllle ', Wa bespeak for him goad homes, at earing ear filsad there tbat both. professionally and ooiall) be la ent...

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 April 1858

DOVER. ADVERTISEMENTS. i .. T i "-.'j & r. .7,. T INCnANCZRY AT DOVER.. . ;? O.'A. Hnrrefl, vi 1C. MeCewg Tan, J 8.- BrUn, C C bri-n, It B Boslfck,. Win l.edheter, J F Gentry, BS GunuenvJ M Ttn- A ttaehmtnl Bill. ' from fliHVfH(1on Tn Hi l)itt and lh afB lavH thereto annexed, n1 Hnppearlng fa th tlrsKf ton mt lb clerk and tnt'ter that defendant J f fimuirf and B A Uunn r noe-reei Jests of. the rUate el Tennereeo that the ordinary process of law cannot be rrved upon them, it ! therefore edered the! puhlicellon be uiede i Chronicle, a newspaper published In the CUT of Clarfcevilte. far fcnr successive wnekxv requiring eaid lu-rM-ident d fewlanU te make thetr per aaj appear, ance at Dover, oa or before the Id Thursday af ter tlie 2mi Monday in aprM next, and plead, an swer or demur to eompiBtnanl but, er lha same willow lake for confessed, and aet down far hear ing expert aa to them. ,m C. ROBERTS, CeV M.' March 1 9, '88-4 ir-prfeafrl ., IN. CHANCER Y AT DU VER. i.-.-Grrman Jackson...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 April 1858

f ' 1 If ' i II If III:, I v I J I r II. .l I It I B 1 4 . S I ' JUT y S 1 f - VI - I w I 0 1 IB ' -., Jt J .. jr.. 1 ; j.1 .tU i iJ LL. ';:.Volujie,9.' ' ; CLAEKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, APRIL 9, ' 1858. ... S - .j V NUMBER 21.: ... k5 ' 1 t , THE CHRONICLE. printed Wkly en a douoU-mosilara sheet tvcry Friday morning, fcy .'"'"" . . NEBLETT. A GRANT, Pfcfi&r and Propritorti t . ' ' " ' TERMS OP IHI TAPIR, 2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. .' ' yeansg (quasi or twelve lines oa it., tViwi lnrtioa Two Insertion i Tbr lnrtlvne t)n meutli 1 1,0.1 1.50 3.00 3,50 Two month ., , Tare month ,i Six month Tweiv month $4.50 u 5.00 . d,oo 15,00 MISCELLANY. ; "riQinnt Noucllcttc. J fTrUfcii th$ darkinlU CkrnieU.) IDA HOLMES, Bolle i of . tho Port. ... , 1 T E.-W. TBOMAi, ., . . r " ' ' - W I" I ! I " V' ' I " "I Asthsr o' th "Young Colonel," the "RefTugne, . ''Lilljr Dtt1,"'th "Convent Prlnoner," t "Jan MattoB," lb Drld of in Hoor," A., &-. ; , ciiapteu xix. -3:. Tbb return of ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 April 1858

Sljc larUsuUlc Cljronulc, A. W. THOMAS, Stiff.' ( i. A. GRANT, , ' Office, orcr U m. H. feryarly's Store. C7All eoinmnnlcetiona most be addressed (o the Editor. Business letters to the publishers. t7"Adverttements mutt lie handed In early on Tursduhy mornings, or they will be let over. ' FRIDAY ATRtL 9, 1858. JJ52T A writer !o De Bow's Review, who jh eviJcntly a drmocratj Is to diajruatod with lie tyranny and corruption of demo cratic rTllcp that ho oppresses a preference f(Tr it limitted monarchy.' That a well rege lated government, of th latter 'clans,' Is prsferallo to a ibmocracv run mad, la ho yond all qneatJewi, tine ; still there ii no legitimate reason why the abuse of our jystem of government should ba made an argument against its superiority over every Other known syatem ; and this tendency to go from one extrome to another, ii simply a proof of Ignorance of the philosophy of government and the working! of the popu lar mind, under the coiu.btaed influences of errors ii tho...

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 April 1858

' . J - a ' '. I ' LOCAL ITEMS. i" "' ' 1 " " ' '-rt ' If EBLETT fc GRANT, Local EJiwr. H FRIDAY, APRIL . 9, 1858. IT twric Qfiet xr If V. Bryarlg'i Store Out, render bars, uo doubt, loarnad frm th pulillo prints, and Otherwise that there it new, progressing throughout nearly the while United States, an extraordinary revival of religion. This 'wnkeulng" aa II la generally terfnd aeemi to be confi oed lo no (action bat to pervade every qnarter and reach all elasse. In ill lha large eitle and town of the North, meeting liar been held, day and night, at Dearly atl the Churchea, and the ac awsion to the charohea, have been by hundred! One peculiar feature of tin mivemrnt I the djtly holding ef t'niei P rtytr-Metiings, , At tome hour daring th j day mooting of thU kind are held at all the cbnrchet and they aie aald to be throng ed to excess by vry cliis of people. ' . , We are glad in. thi. connexion to notlo that prayer-meeting, ef tbla kind are new held, dally, In thla city, alhe Maton...

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 April 1858

The latest rpcoimoa. of gitntrjr, in the rnape offi tout, Iff this :' "TKo Ladies mat their Virtues b atnpTe aa their skirts, an ttyoir faults smaller tii tbctr boa net.? A pentloman preaentoJa Inco-coHnr to tho object of Lis ndorntiori', and, in a jocu Wat. lar way, saut, "Co not let any one el rumpla if,'$ !.j . "No, dear,? ianl tbo lad;, 'I will aJwayi tak itoit,r An of J Dutchman nmlcrtool to walTop lit, soiv, But Jake turned upon him and wmllotjerl liina. . TW oJ mn consoled lkfwsclf for his defeat, by rejoicing at his aon'a tnanhood". He, anid: "Yell, Jake ish a shroart fellow.' lie can vlp Ins awn addy." i ' ' i i as "Tniiiluretta,"!- the name of the little John cow-catcltcr thnt the ladies weir on their cheeks In the place "where their wMekcra ouzht to grow," They are form d by drawing down a little toft of hair from tho temple, and curling it un-in the frluvpe- T a rant's horn, or a little pig's tail, with nn extra kink in ft. "Why is an editor like the book of Revelation f...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 April 1858

1 .,.- . . ; s - . , ..-,- , , . j - -- . - :...,. a -.j.u.iu , ', - g-,-i-i.Ji'"L. w.'tJH") mn imm.- i i J' " tijtjiiliii.:4ui'Wlili m iiiijilliljliiiijiiwiMi ..n-w,nnn wmiJ.n Miiwuiilinn.nnr n. iiiuimw ii inn ii iiiiimiWBiyi lyww'iMyMwwiw , " ..,...n mm. , a ' VOLUME 9. CL ARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY; -APRIL 16; - 1858, ' NUMBER 22. i - a THE. CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly on a doulle-medlnm bi-tTry Friday morning, by .; ! , . NEBLETT & GRANT, 'Publishers and Proprietor!, - TERMS OF THE PAPER, $2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. - rcites' S5tJAB8 of TWiavt tiNM on 'tt, An Inftlon ; $1.0" I Two months 4.'5fl Two in-rt loin , Thre Insertion . On month , r.1 Tlirc months .. 5.0(1 2.00 I FU month . . , 9,nn 2,50 Twelve month 15,00 HOW TOM CORWfNRID HIS SIST EH 01? AN OBNOXIOUS LOVER. - e i f A W2BTERN MAX.1 -":.' Every ens has heard of the eloquent, pathetio and humorous stump orator of Ohio.: He was pronounced by Mr. Clay (4 most competent auth'ority) to bo the finest stump ...

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 April 1858

4 l)c dtlatksbUle tf.jromctc, J. A. GRANT, , 1 mflcri. Office, ovtr Win, n. Hf) arly's Store. tTAIi rimfinnnlcntlon most l addressed tolh Editor. , Buslneas Icltnr to th publisher. Jjf Advertisement must be handed in early on Tharxl iy morning), or they will be lei over, "C1L A3SESV3IILLIE. r.- FRIDAY, APRIL 16,1858. One, and tho chief, "argument in favor of tlie reception of the Lccoropton constitution, is, that it would localize the lavcrj agitation confine it within the border of Kansas; and tho President' strikers affect, to look, upon its defeat as thrcatning great disaster, as tending to keep up tho wide-spread agitation which now distracts the country. How can the ' reception of that fraudulent instrument localize agitation more "than' .Crittenden's bill ? That proposes to adroit Kansas, at once, as e State, and to refer back the Con stitution to ha voted nnnn W the noonle : and if they endorse it, t,, proclamation loeofoco organs, m order to cover the shame th , sjr If it ha...

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 April 1858

-I'.v m... (.- LOCAL ITEMS. .KEBLETT & GRANT, Local Eiiws. t FRIDAY, ArRIL 1C, 1853. , IX dtnnirU Office over IV tl. Bryarlyt Store xt ' ' Ai Editor of tha Iioaiavillo market report, In speaking of tobacco, says that he is satiified that that le the best market for It la the country that rloes thoreare comparatively higher than at 8t . Leuis, New Ortnans, Clarksville, de. lit goes on to explain that the tobacco told htre it th f..'.-5.l la the whole west, while that told in hU market t Very Inferior, and that if our tobacco were tent there it woa'd bring -faney price," A-e. Ac. ', I . New at! that read's mighty well, but It won't do An established fact, tot; different from theooclaime fof Louisville, stande in the way. . Not only one r twice, bat several timoe, tobacco, of the ret) Bnet dinr.rlption known here, has been bought. at Mr taie, a' the current prices, and shipped to , Loui-rvlllft, for sale there, on speculation ; bat in Very case that ka comi (1 onr knowledge, it lou...

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 April 1858

iUil nuD Qumor. TbI tnr Laziest Ym. During tb inmtncr sf.'43, iiy the Knickerbocker, corn being enrr in th tipper conntry, nnl cne rf tb citicn being hurt! prctsoJ for brcaJ, hvi?i! worn tlirenJjitra tbo WpttaKtj of V.'n generous neighbor by bfj cxtrrmo leu, tboy thought It au to', efciiaiity to bury him. AccorJingly.be wai carried towar J a tlio place of interment, and being met by one of tbo citizens, the following conversation took place : . . "Hallow! vrhatbrivo you there?" . "Pooi- old Mr. S." '"What nre you going to do with hini?" '""Bury biui?". .... . I .. "What? la bo dead? I Lada'thenrd of hia dontli?" ' 5 i " ,;;r ' ; ; :: "No, bo ii not dead, but might ni well ba.fjr ho has no corn, and h ia too lazy td work for any." "That is too cruel for civili2ol people, 111 give two bushels of com myself rather than see Mm burled alive.'' J :'..-, .. Ilr. S. raisod ..tho cover, nnd asked in drawing tono, "Is U -h-e-M -d?" ' "No, tmt you can shell it.' ' " " ' ' "D-r-i-y-o on b-o-y-a...

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 April 1858

CLAEKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY. APRIL 23,1858. M'OJIBER' 23. YOLUME 9. TO CHRONICLE. Printed Weekly on a double-medium sheetevery Friday morning, by ' NEBLETT 8l GRANT, Publithert and rropritton TEIIMS OF TUB PAPER, .$2 Per annum, in advance. ' . TERMS OF ADVERTISING. CB ONI SQUARE OF TWELVE tlES OR tsar On Insertion Two lnertlon Three Insertions On month $1,01 1,50 2,00 2,50 Two mouthi Three months Six niontlii Twelve monthi 14.50 5,00 9. no 15,00 SPEECH OF nON. FELIX K. ZOLLI COFFER, OF TENNESSEE. OX THE ADMISSION OF KANSAS. , DELIVERED IN TFTE HOUSE OP REPRE SENTATIVES, MARCH 3l, 1853. The House being in Committee of the "Whole on the state of the Union, Mr. ZOLLICOFFERsaid : Mr. Chairman:. Upon this Kansas question I had intended silently to cast a vote for the admission of the new State, without troubling the committee with the particular reasons controlling my action ; but finding that I am compelled to separate ' on this question from gome of my most re spected political friends,...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 April 1858

t I)C lar!i5mllc Chronicle, R. W THOMAS, Editor. ; J. A. GRANT, i"''1"!"": Office, over Wm. IT. Brjnrlj's Store. UTAH communication mint lie addressed to the Editor. Business tetter to Ihe publisher. . ni"Adverlleme!il rrtnut b hnndedln early on T. u-riny morning, or they will be le't owr. ..".-' .. : . . !',"..-- . FRIDAY. AFRIL23lSr,8. JO" The persistency and lltternosB with winch tho locofocoa heap abuse upon the half dozen Americans who voted against the reception of tho Lccompton constitu tion, tnnkes it legitimate and proper to retaliate by showing tho meanness of the yillifers of their bc'tcrs. A correspondent pf (he South Carolinian makes this distinct charge against four southern locofocoa, and as the charge has not been denied, though repeatedly made, tho inference is that it U true: . ' " - "It l sold thut Cnlhonn wis urge! In 11m strong est ro rlhle inapii'r, to make I ho decision he ha made, by three prominent political chnrncler" from tfeorgi. and on from .Miislppi. I ...

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