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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 November 1861

p VOLUME 12. CLARKSVILLfi, TEM,, tRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 18(31. NUMBER 52. f ' P' V Printed Weekly, on a double-mediuni sheet ever f tiinf morning, hy ' NEBLETT & (3 RANT, Publithert and Prb-prietori. TSBMS ; t MR AAaVM IN AD VA A'Cl' . TERMS OF ADVERTISING. FOR aSB S4JOAKS Of TWSLVS LIKE OK LtSS. (me Insertion Two Insertion three Insertions 'no month $1 1 3 2 Two, months Three month Mix months Twelve months M 6 If. 00! 2 Lisbon A o. '-. , WHvlSHALS AMD MET AIL DKALBRS II ; fconreclionnrire. lisrnr. Ac., Ac. 1 CLARRSVILLE, TENS. '' ALL" orders from a distance f accompanied with The CAml will be met punctually and upon Tory V sonable terms. ' Kot 27, 'SB-ly! ; ; DR. J. M. PIRTLE. CTLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE- OFFICE nnd residence, corner Main and Fourlh Streets, opposite Cumberland Presbyterian Church. February 1, 1861 ly. . B. A. ROGERS, ' : Ofll'!0 on franklin Street, . Clarksville, Tennessee. Will attend promptly to the collation or all alalms entrusted to bis tare. . . Feb 17, 1860-t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 November 1861

R. w. THOMAS, Kdim; J. 8. NKBLETT, r..hv.lt. 3. A. GRANT, ruhuhert. CLAKKBVILLE. i Friday, November 29th, 1861. BSP In the Virginia Convent-ion, now in session, Mr. Blakey submitted the fol lowing remhitions i v Rttahri, That the rnmmitlee on the Oonstihition is instrvcted to amend tbir report so m to provide, 1. That no nna wbo shall become a cilir.en-of the Confederate Slates of A merit a, after tlie clone of the existing war, eh all be vntltled In vote. 2. That no such persons shall be eligilta lo the General Assembly, or V the ofrrce of Governor, Lieutenant Governor, or Judge of the Supreme Court of Appeals or Circuit Courts. As a member of the much abused Amer ican party, we are gratified at this tribute of justice to its leading idea, coming, too, from a State which boasted of its prowess in crushing an organisation -which embod ied priuiiiples that Ito at lb very founda tion of conservative republican govern ment. To maintain a distinctive nation ality, the people roust be ho...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 November 1861

mm. CnARLES M.t HITER, total Editor. NEBLETT ft GRANT, l$rieor. Friday, November 29th, 1861. tarSubs-ription must invariably be paid fur io ADVANCE. - " ( fjL. A JvertiirmenUi, to insure biter Hon, mutt be handed M Wednesday morning. ' Ctosa or thi Voli'Mi. Thii number cloee Uie twelfth volume of the Chronicle, and we take the y occasion It affords to return thnnks for the unwn Voring support of It friend, and to express lite fcrpt that they will continne to ltand by it under the severe prexsure of the times. The prostration of business, in the shape of iva wokk and advk: tisino, has converted pi fit into loss, and believing our subscribers arc too generous to demand a con tinuance of the sacrifice, and knowing that we Can tot, under the Increased price of material aud the 'decrease of business, longer afford the publication of our paper at Irt present sii, we shall, next week, reduce its dimensions to the pleasure of our means. But while taking a step which necessity alone has prom...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 November 1861

Distances around Norfolk. An a mutter of convenient reference,' we'pnbl'sfc J. Ike following taole of Kir line distances between thr most important point in tha rifiRLborhood. The measurements are mathematically accurate, being the resnlts of careful triaflgnlation. If we have any captions render, they must not snpise we Are (riviiijr the enemy informatjon; Tor we cull the 1ems from the chsrt of Wis Const Survey, hun dreds of whirti nre among the archives of the Fed eral Baboon himself: . V ' . .. Wft.EH. From JfnrWHt tftFort Monroe' (sir line....! 11 From No' folk to Nrrport News lnj From Norfolk to Sewrll's Po'nt 7 From Xorfolk to Ocean View.. .;....' 7 From Norfolk to Sandy Point...; ; 4 From Norfolk to Rig I'oiiit 8 J From Norfblk to Bough t Blfi'. ' 4 from nortoik loUraney Ishmri 4 From Notfolk to Lambert's Point , From Norfolk to Kami Hospital Point From Norfolk to Hampton .. 2 ::! ..10 .. Pj .. 6 j-rom Norfolk to Kip Haps... From Norfolk to Wllloughby Point. Crnney Island to ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 6 December 1861

'..' . oHl jtf Cj fflli Jp?- u ah;,:.. jy'x;: 11 Y:" i Y !i ' - ' 3 i t r :1 A VOLUJIE 13. IIJJJ 1 I 11 1 K!. rTOE riGHT AT PEKSACOLA. pttertption of the Plaet and Fortification. tb telegraphic news from Pensaeola, meagre as U 1 howe thus tlw conflict there,; long deferred, tut opened at laat. As our reader will doubtless r b glad t get the fulled information with regard to -tli flue, fortifications, ke., we prssent below a 'Metalled description of Pensaeola, it environs and rtiiettiuM: . - . , f.. ; , PKTCACOLA. AT. , ' Pensaeola bay 1; twenty-seven -mile in length, i - jutd, la It widest part, twelve miles la width.- It Ii immediately at ths mouth of tle Escambia riv et. Running along the front of the hay for four teen leagues, nearly East and Vest, Is a long line of ndy shore, narrow, barren and so low that, in n ever gale, the mad waves dash over it. Pensaeola 'ny ho rare properties as an harbour, nnd can not be excelled on the gulf, if by any in this country. It U accessible to...

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 December 1861

7. : 4 II 1 f I I :! i M 'I i ami gte lims CHARLES M. KITH It; 'Local FAior. KEBLETT 4 GRANT, 'VnlWt. riday,: December 9th, 1861. BQubgcriptiout must invariably b paid fur in AdverlitemMs, to insurs mssrtivn, muttle handed, in M'tdneeday morning. " - A Ihir Lbif.-U accordance with the An nouncement made iu our Inst jsaue, we tliis week present out reader with a half sheet, though t - give them nearly as much reading matter as usual. We have used all small type, and have pvrgtd our column of all adverUiug matter that was eicnil from mttivt ditty, " W wrrts loth to curtail the si.e of our pnp", "t trict justice' to ourselves compelled ui to do so and when properly viewed it wa justice to our pa tron for it it oer'uinly belter to furnish half than none. Mtfk.Last Tuesday, we made a flying trip to Palmyra, under the care of (.'apt. John Lain, and in company with Hon. J. M. Qintrlcs, Robt. John ton, Esq., and others of our acquaintance. When we arrived, the militia were congregated in la...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 December 1861

KT.T. 7 J a - a . m i n m hti . -m - w m a . n mm ' j- - - t p- tsv t .a. t . fa. t - . nrr r w. - n a i i ne. ' i - - . - : b "MUMUEff 2. VOLUME 13, .'.I ' . , t CLAltKSVILLE, TEM.; i'lUMY.'MlCEJlijKll 13,:l8t!l;" ' ' - X "v L ""Z' .J. 1!1 1?. I I I I, ,1 I .', I ! '''! ! .. - . 1 . ! ,. id daolVne of enthusiasm in ! i It seems that Gett. Heath, bow of Army Correspondence. ; 1 I B Y ; T E L E O id A P H A Cdrd'of thinks. y ,,'lllU Qcartsrs, GRMHl't Rro'T, V .. , , , , . Trias VohCSTcssR, , , L . ; ,.' H.ipklnjrilK, Ky, 'ov, 29, Wl. J , r. fa &Wi4JM CiorkmUe. TenM It become my pleating dutJ hy order of the , Colonel oar Keglment, to return in wanes m . ihe inlilien attached to the dirVerent'crMpaeie of , liia command ft the very UatUum donUon f . Wnnketi, iKK.li, lurvuno ui onu ot r. Alcorn. Thr mlcfcs, S Bewary to th comfort ,,W Uimn, re tlrt Wor oceitbl from the -fart "' that tltey' were fitsl'dwej apon rtrnniferg, And will doulrtleiw Riit Very irmtcrially jh Adiling to the co...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 13 December 1861

t i I I 4 I i. it pEornl mul Slavs 3f to'. CHARLES M. HITER, Lical Editor. KEBLETT A GRANT, Proprietor. Friday, December 13th, 1861. wr gfSnlieoriptlona mutt invariably fa paid for in ADVASCSTTjO, J: (! f,;.T l.i vtK&mAtiprrfamtnt, to wars iiufrfioo, mtutle i handed in Wetineedag tnerningi , . n';' '.INtm from I4clndoui. Tb Wa- eolrt congress bad mat, beea lit session two days '' Wore the most savage hat of tb. South wasmsn- Ifcstcd In everything they did. .Before their Prcs . Mont's message bftJ been lent into thorn, several , resolutions indicative of their devilish malice were 'Introduced, and passed innnimously, In nearly er ' ery ease'.' "'. ' "'. t On motion of Colfax, of Indiana, Mr. Macon, of Va, who win taken, with Slidell, of La., from a " Prltinb vessel, on the high eons, and confined in fort Warren, Boston harbor, baa been ordered to confinement in felon's cell, there to be kept, so ' long at Col. Corcoran, of New York, ahnll be con- fined ''by the rebels.' "This res...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 December 1861

H- I ' ., J i 6 iljLjij-ii. CLARKSVILLE, TfiNN.:,' FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20,' 1801. ii i r. NUMBER 3. VOLUME 13. '' 4 Important Foreign Newa I , AltllutU England on tin Maron-SUdeU Affair I Surrender of the CommiusioncrsDctDanJocl! Special Dirpatch to the Memphis Appeal. '""'ittcwMoiw, Dec. IT. An important dispatch wa3 receivrd last 'night by the President in regard to h$ alleged altitude assumed by England touching "He Moson-Slldcll affair, and was oomniunicittcd to he Confederate (Jongresa this murning. V i ift; Robertson, of- Richmond, annonneed to tha House of Delegates to-dny that tlx dispatch gate assurances that the rlkilUu Guvecomcnt had de manded of the United States an unconditional sur render of the Commissioners, Messrs. M"on and eiidcll, and their Secretaries Biutis and Macfar land. . The InMIigchce lias produced the greatest tx 'Xtement here in political circle, and various opin ion are elpfissed aa regards (he course thut will be liken in tue matter by the Lincoln Goverum...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 20 December 1861

asset : 1 i a i. CHARLES M.-IJlTta, Loail .litor.- 1 NERLETT 4.GRAXTfc Jtoprittor. . Friday December 20th, 1881. t'BrSulMK-riitiioiui tnust invnriubfy te paid tor in Bf5U JvtrtutmMttf to intitrs inxrlinn, mist le landed in W'tdnrnfju mowing. f A - fair - Proposition A - Chance ' ' to qo ixooa. ' , . fc- vV . . 'J l,vt I ' . -. ,.' " The pressmen In onr oWc proposeHjlba, if any pentlcman.or lady will writeji brief aud'appropri ', itt Address for the Currier of this paper, he will , print It neatly appending thereto the calendar fcr , 186?, tho Confederate Cabinet, raids of postage, , arrivals And departure of mails, 4c, and place tlie " viroedsofhe some, deducting the cost of material, . at the disposal ef the Soldiers' Aid Society. The .; Address to be three hundred. lines or less in length, and must be handed iti by the 25th Inst. Should '' there be more that) one Address written, they will . be. submitted to the. inspection of a competent and , impartial committe, and the name of ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 January 1862

ft .i . i CLAEpVILUi; TENN.; 'MAY;' JANUARY 3, 1802 NUMBER 4- W,..aWiii.iiaa. .1 u itiiiisi Hi I I n in n a mil ) mt 1 -S l -( j n vs - 1 l..f J CI i -I J 1 J 5 s E. RAMEY I As ft candidate forrcM-lertittn tiili.:rL-e nf She-riff, r'Jnrmtjomery 4iinty. ' Klvetlo tue hrst batur. Csy la March next Jan 3, l86.-tc Tor Revenue Collector. "fTe ere sttMtWrizctl to announce R. H. PirsimiNn "Vfindidute for Ri('nnc Collector, f.)i Montgomery kCounty.jit l he luisj. March election. , IfevKJ&Oi-to- '-J . -i . . - Ukl . i 1 L i '1 -.-"L-:"M-J-J.U'' 'W are oiltWifvtl la (inrtuHiHvi' !. John W. nnn.n.'lufe nfXAihtfll!: K. J. tiiaxt in, Imf-Pmitk.-GutJ f tt. X. RLAKKMOUK, Ai'W OrlflllU. " , 0 OTJUD, BIAKEMORE CO., . Poniarding . & 'Commission fMTiai-iAisrTS, arehbuso No. 63 Trout Rov, MEMPHIS 'TV xtf..' - . ' 'Will pny ptirticitUr n'trntion to Forraiu), FtinbaiiiiR n ) iicllmg, ilcrcliui and Tronic i SIBWABlrIiLEpT7 - ,T 8ct jti4'in of thin IiwtiJiiUou will cora nc oa MunJuy, the' 20ih intm...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 3 January 1862

rt-rr- ta CIIAI.f,K:J. JJ. .IJITKIL. LtcgLLMitor.' y KEULETT GRANT, rrnprktm-l. ' Fridty; Jai'iy 3rd, 1802. "l3rSii1serlptlonl toojt Invariably be" paid for In .ft ., ;i .-TI ' tffi. Adnriiimcnt; 1c mmri ifimtion, nut! be Itrndtd ifl nTfinc.iBy mornmg, . , itt Ghketjs. After another Chtiiraa iitw from josr ordinary labors, we ng" lusUe our bow to the .readers or the Chronicle, and, with the compli ,uct! of, the lwaww, tier our w-irbce- for. tlicir len'ilt and barium in the year we have no en AVrcil ujOD. . That which lieu just closed is pone with It Irrevocable record nf grjod and 111, of lore And strife, end joy end sorn.w. To msny it .brought all, that the (part con! J desire of happi ness and content: toothers, It wee the bearer of yto end anguish, klanyjwlin entered upon it with -41 Jhehope end prospect of life end pleasure, that ny of as can now induce, her seen those hopes ,wltker, and themselves hare fallen under the blight of death. The loug-sought springs of eternal youth, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 January 1862

gTPfiTr nTTtTjT m?i ,' 'i i- - .... - ..,...,... .-, .. -y VOLUJIE 13. CLABKSV1LLE, TENN., FRIDAY. JANUARY 10,. NUMBER 5, Til J ,!, 'i ... f W. C ...,L..:..J a V BlUVV ;Tor Sheriff. ,m ismdidete, for te -election to the office of Sheriff, of Montgomery Count. Election tu first SaUir 'day la March next. '"' Jan 3, 186-t (.jivr;..; V '.; , r JW Mthorixad to aoneunot 8, F-Alum u candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery Countyv fcWctlon the 1st Saturday In March. r; Jl '''' Jen 10, 18fl3-U "' '""'"' " "" " ' '.' ! cor iteveuue vuiiecwox. , . ar author iiei to announce R. II. Picikrirs cattdidata fur RTnu CJWtor, t,i Montroar tonntr, at th ncxtVafrh tlectloh. ' Wis, uii,, , .j., v ., ; (l v are autooritedl 4o. announct Jacoi Bajhd a candidate for Trustee of Montgomery Countjf. Election lit Saturday In Match. ' ' ; ' ' -"ja . ';. :' '' '. ' fioiroa CnaomcLK Will aftnonare my name U ' eandiOaW for iMieetion to the office of Govtaty 'TnuUe.at the ensuing March eWtttlon. -( In SMITH, c ,an,10, 18...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 January 1862

I. It I 1 E , r CHARLES . If ITER, Local itfitor. NF.Bf.KTTk GRANT, Fi-rlrtori.'-- tr. Friday, Zi.nuo.ry 10th, 1362, WbaWaiti ?Im? A frieifa of our bu an ex-t tra Sni Ittrse flmt be wisbe t sell, and dvlrt any-onb who Wkhes to rjny aci elegant an 4 sctvIc able antaaL, to Cull on b'ttf Immediately, I la sire, J color, ibim, ancV action, tlii Lor is uaeiecption- able admirably ultd for a cavalry, or a field ofll. rlc.2-F; farther Information, call at tlita tfilF" Subscript Ions must irtvariably be paid for In rtV -.. ) mrr ll-4Wrfeiifj, fo umt wf rton, muelle landed in k Wettnifdng morning: 1 - office. Tin Excrasio. G Wednesday, tbe 8th, a ring presentation cam off at For DmeMsem, hi accor dance wit frertofit notice'. ' The benotifnl eteam . r, en'. Anderson; came down from Nashville with crowd of ladies a4 gentlemen,' and Jordan's vtring baudf tkI taking on a large accession at tbil place-oitlfclf among the numliftr teatntd dw i!ie river" U tfce point of destination." Tbe day waf wet...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 January 1862

3 a i - mm n - i as a r-1 '- - sr. r a. . at - - ' ' r- . I ,i,.t'' ? '"Wiitf fir. ,. 4tSt'W t till W in W rtor hnlwiiw.MiA wH DUMBER: 0; . ...... ....'... ' V ' , .. I -l I r ' r . ' ' ' '' - -V Jt ...... .,., nr teleg:ba.fh; TheTederalists want more Mo-"eyr-TheJW&ll Strofet Broker's Conspire against theTreasury, KoxroLK, Jan. 40.-iThe lnr Bodk ha VeWfVei tb Mtw York Herald of th sib Inst, which states that the House of Representatives of th Federal Caugrcs ba raised Committee to report bill lb- raising four hundred millions of dollars by di rect taxation. Tb.!U.ao npw movement .In Void in New 1 wi, ana sterling exchange is quoteq at J i. - d The Herald says Y all Street bna . conspired to defeat the plain of the" Federaf OrWcrnincnt" for raising the mean to prwfnM the war, and thai (he Federal Treasury will be without a pent in angrier week. Th Philadelphia bank refuse to take the Trens Sory Notes of the Lincoln Government, and the dt Uwiuienr, - MoWi witn the banks," and call...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 January 1862

-1 CHARLES M." niTEh.-ZMi .R.tor. ...KEBLKTT l( GRANT, Proprietor. - Friday, January. 17th, 18G2. BSPSubscrlptions must Invariably be paid for Iq BL. Advertitemtnt. to tnrar huurtmn, mutt be . 1 rtnded in M'tdivmjay morning.' . Publishers' ;. Notice. imr accounts n uiau on. and we are now ready to e'tla w'lh all who owe us anything. Cor working f. Tea li so reduced no that we rannot go but to make collections, so we respectfnlly k all Who know thcrueivc to be Indebted to 03, or to whom we may nflke such fact known, to come uji, and pay thc'.r bills. We hope our friends will not -disregard this notice. We are bound to collect tWhat i due us, In order to sustain our pr per and ' t7 "hat we owe, and we must rely, to a great x Vnt, l on the voluntary genro?i'y of our friends 'to do ft.' .... y ' ' A. TuiBfTi nr PnArE. Where all have donAo as the ladies of this place have, fn aid and 'relief of our o!liers, It Would scarcely seem prop at to discriminate in favor of any on;. In awarding '...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 January 1862

VOLUME 13. ' GLARES VILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1862. NUMBER: 7;-'. .1 BY TE LEG RAP It. y ' K3Tbe following dispatch wt received yester leWy evening. We are III hopes ibnt whtu w Will have received the particulars, that our low it not so great a I now reported i ' " ' ' . Kasuvius, Tiun., Jon. 23, 18C2. "F. A. Uannum: Zollicoffcr 11 killed hi army It definted large lots is turn and properly. Kw-j for ed to bate beeu surrouqilcd. U. N. KENNEDY. r DEATH OF PRESIDENT TYLER. ' Richmond, 18. Ex-fresident Tyitr, who has Bern 111 llir Mveral day, died Uur'ng ltt.it night. ln dag on the capitol la at- huif mast, in touce ypaace of tbli melancholly event. MOVEMENTS OF FEDERAL VESSELS. J A special dispatch to the Exumiucr front Charles tun yesterday, report that all tliu Vaukvo vessels have lll fort Hoy a), probaoly u oo-opcrate with the Burniide expedition. Wu.moTox, M. C, Jan. 18. A letter from New born, N. Vn dated yeaienlay, Irorn a roiiubla source, ays a steamer arrived there from...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 January 1862

nni gjfara fe CHARLES M. II ITER, Local Editor, NEBLETf t GltAKT, jEYorif&r. Friday, January 24th, 1882. . W Subscription mabt inremblj b paid for In APVA XCE.m . ' VtAaVrrtitetnenh, wew fkartisa, mtutle M ITsJaesJfff roory. ! -! blisters' Notice. j On aecoftnr Mr uind off, and we are now rvady o "" with ill who owe m anything. Our working fore is to reduced now that we cannot go tint to make collection, to w respectfully ask all Who; know tbetnrelve to be Indebted lo ut, or to whort Viy Biake snth fact known, to com up, lend pay their bill. 1 We hope our friends lll not ifliaregard' ttitt notice. Wi'Pe bound to collect Vhat (t due h, la order to sustain ourVpT and Jf what we owe, and 'we roust rely, lo a great ei trnl, npon tho voluntary generosity uf our friends leitalt. ' ' XfiUfW nave oWrved, with, regret, the reluc tance with which, the fanners respond to the call for aid to complete the Frta at this point. That it ii inconvenient to them to spare the hands from their farml...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 31 January 1862

...': -'.-- . .... . . J'V - ' -, i r i , rryT y ..jLtJi'ii' i'-L,ii.Li.,i . CLARKSVILLEk iENN., FRIDAY. JANUARY 3b, l8Cl VOLUME 13. NUMBER 8, v 4 ; (Ulaitoillr GJntmtitU, R. V. THOMAS, Editor, 'TERMS 2 FEB 4AA"CiT jjv ADVANCE . , . tl :.; TW0 ADVERTISING, . 5. voa one squASi or twilvi uxia oh m ' We insertion 1 Two Insertions . I 40 three insertions 2 CO tjne month a 60 Twa motMks Three niontiia Six months Twelve monlht 4 u 5 00 . 9 00 II 00 Friday, January 'ajit, 1862, ' tPs-The severe indisposition cf our senior Edi tor, and bis. confinement to bed tb past week, la titi ricase foe lack of editorial Wtter. ' r - -' . .. - ' 1 , xsutUe of Flhln t r'eeft. 'A'tlEXO MAS HLIT.X." It) the tattle pf FiabinR Creek we hv to chroniclo tlo rst defeat of Southern troops, worthy of pbte, during the present war. ,Tl9 people truggling for liberty, and upon whose banner victory has here : Wore almost invariably pcfrchea lo( tri uqsph, the .lifiwa of, def at eomet doubly " chilling, and a reverse ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 31 January 1862

maI nMfJcin. firms. CHARLES M. HITER, Loral Editor. NEBLitT k GRANT, Jhrapritort. . ' Friday, January 31st, 1862. sfQrPuhscriptions must invariably be paid for in ADVAXCErH " i- ' '' "' '' Adtrti4men1, to tnmtrt insertion, mutt he m4cd n Wtdtmday morning. Death of Urn. F. It. ' ZolllcoO'cr. ' T1i Md tidl igs which we recelvnl.hr telegraph last week, of the death of Gun. F. K. Zolliootter spread eptll of gloom over our ol tiro community- all frit that tbe southern csuie hnd lojt one ' 0" ita purest, bravest and mwl gallant defenders the Btale one of Its best and most beloved citizen. rln tvery relation of 11-; as printer, editor, Con gressman and ffiill'ary leader, be had Hie confidence and esteem and admiration of all. His death cre es a vacancy' which It were bard to 611. , .1 The KashTille Patriot, after giving a sketch of his life concludes with the following Appropriate re jparktt , ; "Having been appointed by Got. fUrrls to the HVcaos" Brigadier Unral. and asslimed to the tame ...

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