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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 February 1862

;jv. luiuf. .Aua.i rum,, tJ.VV Z i J L U. K U 5 ' ft- - VfV-tl,: ' W , " T '' :cm : " : : r"nnzzr l z-zr :. -. fTJiTL .. j: :. - : : ; ;, volumh; i OL'AliKSVILLF, TEKN.i MAY; fEBIlUAltV 11802. ,'JSt; '':UMBEH ft." Mm ftiiiiiiiiiiffi)j 4 (SJarksviUt tiCIiroattlr,, ft. Wv THOMAS, JHtorv '.-:... J. H. NEBLETT,! . A. GRANT, teriis of advertising, 1 t ' 4JUAI 0 TW1I llXM on timf : . v t m insertion Two month , Three month Pit month Twelv month a)4 60 6 00 9 oe Puree Insertion - Dne month S 3 IS 00 Friday, TerirUary 7th, 1863. ' J'The cxcltemeDt which liai attended" the progress of th Mason; and Slidell nfla-lr, baa ': exploded In a geaernl espreieien of disappointment '' at th announcement that England 1 pleased at, and. ealUfied with, the 'surrender of those gentle raea. There are two reason why England should he pleased, and botte why she should be displeased. ' Tb prompt umsnder bf Mason and Slidell a all he demanded, and, of course, could not hare been - otherwise than agrveahle ; au...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 February 1862

- T. 71 y Eni,ETT A GRANT, Tryryt. .(ErjJaftiFfcbj-uary 7th, 62. igtiWriiill.m int InvHI be paid i&t Ifi ADVANCES; '' r'i--i . "' handed in Wyiiiclm mornin , - i - Arotoemc-I-For two I have do oted but liula ttuii to1 department, but are now again At bur post,, arid shall try to mak amends for jlncg1ect 7 Oar Motor ed"f toatick, lutt week, to give hit attention f pif, nod i bl thit week to do hut tittle. Nut week, however, we hope all will be 0.' ' ; '; V ' ' ' ' ;, 7 ' ,-, "i"." rv gnMiiie NEWg.-J-Fdr two or three dayt past we hav00 fecit log . very Important newi of the ro.vementf oftbe !Linconilc about , Forte Henry od Donelson.. ..Uu Tuesday the gunboats approach ' ed to within three' mUee of Henry convoying three transports,'' and laUlcd troop on the Tennessee , aid, Borne thirty abuta wore exchanged with tbo gunboats, without ny,Yery ferlous. damage to us. It if believed that oaeof the bonta was crippled by our guqf. t'x? ; At the same time fleet ef Atunboutt and trans- .'...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 February 1862

si y i r:.;.;3 ttJJBwnttstrl - VOLtfllE 13. CLAMSVILLE, '.."FRIDAY. FEBRUAEY 11, 1862. : - , KU3IBER10. A. Mb r ' II- M ' I f K -ill 7:v-jvir,-r,;7V:i:v S K 1 AVv : . 1 : u in A W." . '1 .'.'M ' II II ... r t SI JL.JL Ji: JiilL4 - - 1 i .i-rj . . if i - ' - 'k . K ' ' ' ' : f '1 ti f,i JLHY. THOMAS, iaifer. j. 8. NEBLKTT, 1 jUMWtT 5. A. GKANT, JfcttSJS OF ADVERTISING, f ' fot?oa so,car or TwittTi 'usss oa tssft. " insertion " , Two Insertion . three Insertions Dae month l oo 1 AO - 1 00 2 50 Twotnontba Three months fix months Twelve month. I'M) . B Of) 9 00 15 00 Friday, February 14th, 1862. ?Tht President and . Gen. . lane. ; withstanding t dcn"if the M. Y. Herald, ' wTtlcrr 'We hope ie corrctst, that Oroffut gave faith i' tWJrejivial of the convesratlotl between Mr. Lincoln ad Uca. Jim unnt, me iuer in. niiipceca a vm- "Ther re In the South' i hnnflrH nd igb i V l tl ousnnrl itrong and loyal ranle Uvcs who hnre fid nd clothr d tha rrtel Tmjr nd ne nf (rood ac foutfht on theif tide...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 February 1862

CHARLES! Jf. H ITER, ideal r.i(w. NEBLETT A GRANT, Proprietor: .foday, February 14th, 1862. ..tSrSubscr!ptions mailt Invariably be paid for in V advance." .; , tidnind o ' Wednesday mornf. ' , ; f. 4RQMF0RTD0MELSQM! TEN .HOURS ENGAGKSIEXTt -hGuiibpats Driven Back I 7V' 7, WITH DAMAGE t ::XAN,D .FORCES HEPULSED , av ltntrJ-eavy JUoss I '.Federal Loss Reported to be 250. CONFEDERATE LOSS TWENTY- FIVE S JT0 FORTY KILLED AND- WOUNDED. Ws have kept oaf 'paper bark arnna eighteen ' botirs awaiting newt frdmj'ort Donelson, knowing . thf anxiety of our readers to know the iisue of the impending fight at that point l- " ; Purine nearly nil of "yesterday heavy firing J'tould he heard here, and every one knew that a "terrible contest was going on at the Fort. ' .,, . ic Various reports reached na daring the dny, but none that "we could trace' to any reliable source, unfil octween fj and 9 o'clock, when the following, addressed to a gentleman of thii city, by an officer -' ':f blgb position at ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 July 1865

! 3 orxo . (!,t ,4 ail T'j" :-Kitr;-t ;i. i 1,1 U1U .yOLUMB.,1. 7 ;',,', ",' , . . f .' " '' ' ' '"' ' " !!'..!: . .'''.Ina a f. iv: -'''hi to :v;!.l v.,'., ,u:.T j - . - - - w J..: . - i ' . -" " - " J PR1KTRD WKKSI.T, KVKUY tttinAy "OIIHINO, Y re EBxarcr m ;&L-a h an ,t. rcm.isnEtis and MuirHirroiw. Termp-Thrce Dollsjpey Year. Bt-jT" Ao mn entered en on? booki till ih nib- ,ljlTmin 6f Advert laingr:'"- nA Ttch Linc$ or feu Conttitutc a Square. OutPqnare, one wwk, ...... (... f 1 00 In iiiw, tirnrekii,.,... .v... .... .. . 1 60 (n!rithrr ro!cs,.i,. 3 00 hie 8(nare, ona month, t- o-. 1 2 60 One 8qimre, two month,... f 4 60 (lac Square, three months,..!., .,....( v.... 6- 90 One MqtMro, ft tliouth ...... ' 00 One H(uare, twelve month! ...... , 16 00 Two 8jurei, one month,. (.u... ,6 00 Two Sqitaree, tws Bioutlu...,...,..,..y , . 8 00 ' Two Hquarea, three moutli,......,.. 9 0 Two Squares, six months, ..f. 'J 00 Two Sqonroa, twelve months...... .(........,.( 48 .00 TUrco Siuttrei, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 July 1865

f A v A.. .-V . f ' f - 4 v i ... , p a th Br . by rei tor I fcrV thr th.'. aj IU ingto.. mil : ' " t 1 v v Ml n, I L A- .pi Ail 1 , I1 (SlatbviHf mxonUU. I MKTID WttLT,Vr.lf PRUMT H0RNIKO, It NEBLETT & GRANT, ., , .rcau8HiR Alia raorairroB. v-. Terms Tliree DoIlars per Year. , Hay.A'o name mitred an oar 6oc b'U A ecripiion U paid or. JEJ Clprksvllle, Tenn. I i "; Our Readers. For the Chronicle.. " After iSuipeasiontfrPore th" thrw T" lh Cmuwicii is again brougli forward ui candidate for pnbljb favor end ptne-' Th ""ft" of Woody and protracted waf idd b7 th rfeP,et,nB ffectl of short rations, has arae'rnt ,iw and impaired it vi-nr hoP th) time 1,1 not 'diitant' when a kindly Vo i liberal patronage will restor it'0 iu orilMl proportions nd hisBire it with new"' "nd nerPy- " ipecU:u'vi5tw?T7ill g!e lummary or the erenti of the past three or four years, and specslate opon the future of a people c late! engaged in the bloody conflict of civil war, but the past is the province of the...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 July 1865

Glatltoirillc Sljtontcic. CLAnKSVILLB,.:...'.;.;..M...,..J0LT 14, 1865. , ! TO ADVERTISERS. Partiee advertising by contract, for ft gtren time, will be confined to their legitimate business : any thing outside of this will be charged for separately. Advertisers, for ft specified time, exceeding three mohths, wil) hara the privilege of renewing their advertisement quarterly : all extra changes will be charged for. 9ST Funeral notices, Obituaries, or any matter subserving prirata interest, will be charged for. . 8aT Notices, In locnl column, twenty cents per line, Special; Notices fifteen cents per line.,, g mmm m B. We send this, our 6rst number, to ft great many whose names are not upon our subscription list. If you like the paper, send us your names nd $3 00. BQuSc our published rates for Advertising, from one square to a full column, for any specified time. ' This table will enable parties wishing to advertise to do ao understanding. tSST We Solicit contributions from those of our...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 14 July 1865

( r$ ITnu the!Neflrrcain Picayamr i Tho Red River Tragedy. FinHrnp of the Fleamtr Kentucky Two Hundred Men Drotcnrii m M -tr S!e-y. Onr renders have alrvndy been mini nwnre of the sinking of tlte transport steamer Kentucky, a abort distance: beltrw Hhrijvenotl, Jon Jlfy- 'tli, Ami tli lose fhcrehyof tlie livej of Vonie two Itnndrrd persons cbii-djr Conltircntte soldiers from Missouri add eowlc from Arhiinsnsy, who have been jiamled And were returning home. . We bod on interview jester, lay, with Mr. Louis Flatty, nc Wf the survivors,' wU' SvV 119 finite full account of tlie disaster, which we transcribe for the benelit of our readers'. ' The Kentucky which appears lo havo been an fiTif And Icnky craft, bad, shortly after" leaving Shrevcport, liccn rim Into the river bank with quite a jar, but nothing serious wni apprehended from it, Bed ali'Tetirclto ajet'p. Thero wero aboht eight limirlred passenger on Itonrd chiefly Confederate soldiers frum-Miasouri, and these weroJying about the...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 July 1865

VOLUMFl;r CLARKSVILLE, ,TEXK , FRIPAY, JULY 28, 18C5;r J wV .lOld' Serics;No. 13: ' ,: :: LUMBER S, Business - (Sards. S. 21. GRAXT, rrprietnr.t j ,Clarksvill0..........f.."...Tenttessoo, V ' ' - It ' ' ' ! HAVING leaned this well known House frr.m Mr! C, M. Stewart I tilt now renovating' and re fitting it for the accommodation, of thd pnblitvi Yh tho arrangement being made are' tompletc-l, . It will be ft Hotel in all It appointment. Tho - public are respectfuHy iuvitad to onll, as the best the market nffcrdj, prepared 1ri style, Will be served at all times. jfI ,'"'0.1 '' 1 i ' ' 'BiP Polite grid attentive servant will btf in at ; tendance in every deportment. , . r " l g Bfciy Mr. F.i.iuv a lady of long erpcrience, Wl .tare general supervision of lu indie and culinary ' department.. - 11 i - .-. 1 : . The House at Tnit'i Station will be kept up, m heretofore, forth aceomtaodatioo. of the traveling community. Respectfully, . ' July 14-tf , !." S.B.GRANT. . DR;? 'tfrvmrnx. U:;;: ' ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 July 1865

NEI3L.ETT & Oil A NT, rrRiJWKM nb raurairroiw. .TermsThree Dollars per Tear. BfaF" Xo nir entered on our book l till th tub irtiph'on it pant Jor.og i - ClarkiTllIe, Tenn.i ' FRIDAY, JULY... ...'.-....28, 18G5. A Georgia exchange, says: "Tbe proper dispo sition of the negro presents It question of grant delicacy to our legislators. W Cud biin suddenly let free with no defined policy for bis management He hat neither home nor money." Our eolcm (onirT It, ire think, altogether mistaken i saying there is no defined policy for (he "management'' of the freodmon. Our late President defined that 1o!',ct Terr hntririlv when La said thnt all ihnulil have fair aurt dud equal cbanc la the race of lifti Tier fi the whole or it. Let theiVeedmnn "dispose of" and "manage" himself, just m while, red and yellow men do. Indiana dispose ot themselves a tbey please; Chinaman dispose of themselves in like manner, ana why should not tbe freed African do the SftUN ? Nathcille Prett and Timet, July 20....

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 July 1865

tftatltsmllc 2H)tonielc. J, A. GRANT, J CLIRKSVILLK,. .JULY 28, la5. TO ADVERTISERS. Partie advertising by contract, for given time, wilt be confined to their legitimate business : any thing eulaide of tbi will be charged fur separately, ? Advertisers, for a specified time, exceeding three month, will bare the privilege of renewing their advertisement quarterly: all extra change will be charged for. 19 Funeral notice, Obituarie, or any matter subserving private Interest, will be charged for. ' tST Notice, tn local column, twenty cent per line. 8,eclal Notice fifteen cent per line. ' To CoaampoKDwrra. H. H. R,- Tour commu nication contain too much politic to salt our col umn. It might hare don for '61, bat four jeer hare produced a change In tb literary world, a - Well a In other matters, "too tedious to mention." X. Y. Vmir poetry U defective both In rhyme nd metre. Besides, it U rather too blghfalutln to to be understood by the public generally until there . is a new Importation of...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 28 July 1865

r An Act Limit -tlx Elective Fnuichiae. ( V. 4 U'iiBJ!,The first Article and the fifrt wvtion' f the Declaration of Rights io thefonnitnticn of the Slat of Tennessee declares " That all power i inherent in tlie people, nd all free governments are founded on the U authority and instituted fur their pence, safety and happiness; fbr tlie adVnwe ment of these ends they bare at till tunes an ,jua- 2ienanl.4nnr) tn.lrfirujtht rklit la nlti rlbrlti nr 1 HboliA the puverrtirtent tn suctl fnnrtner aS tbey may thmft proif; ami whereat, a large and rcppco-i nine convention of the free and loyal q J? of the fitate of Tomemce Snetlrf (lie city of Nashville, on . the the 8th dny of January, 18U5, and proposed certain alterations and amendment to the Consti tution of the Slnto of Tennessee, for rejection of1 , intiArutisn by the loyal people iot) t!w 22dof I Pub ' fnrtry '. following ; and vhersat, cnid nmenirmcnt nud schedule were solemnly ratified with great nnaniuiity By the authoritative voice...

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 August 1865

edl I j tt--.w 1 :tl rn-v ? eie wiVf-. wttlUt f 1 fc-. J i-t-!! ll t. IY5I2 nit ' ( !. fc.- ssT.fi !;:' a) IT - i. !,- TV ''r'vt-h nT--l . ' 'l """" T jXiV',vtl,y'0,si-,li,-4fiT .1 4W I Jt -.vv-,r.- t'M.f -w." f1-.ij.tl V -"-' I 'W4; WMiTlfS TrilvKl wn-JWt l-Vl.r ) Vi ' .-It f '-' .- -..'r-' - -,- f- - li- ---i n -.ill M M,: 1 vi.illi i Mf tfrtT TT1ltT;viT''"-,'r ('-vrs- ScrieirVbl13f.vT eT , t fv 1 Vii", ) 4 "iu. . 1.,. ., -,-. 7U r-nT LA W ;-,.mmhtv III II " t 1 IS 11 ITU 1111 puillTSTa 111".- II.' ' 111 . i - " r - t a r n . in --. sta i irt i iiiii-i ji , 11 i i i t ' -f , , f . . ' r . ' m - ,, ' ' ."''-Tin r-- 'ill n 1 mill Ill hi 1 1 -. 1 , 11 . 1 1 !UJ j .1 1 . w 1 -'4' v ClArksville,, Tennesaoau HAVING tuci thtt cl( kn6U Bo&cfroiil JTr. C. M. Stewart, I H Mwi renaftting nd rt- Wben Ike rrmngementa being made ara MOkpletad, M will ktt Hotel to all it appointments.. Jbe pablla arq wapectfully inrlted to call, aitha best t&T rolife aha klctntlTFCTranis be in it- tciMta...

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 August 1865

(JlntoilJ (Hilxxmtlt. mjtrm wckit, ffvnk nun nonimra, tt NEDLETTk&ORANTt rvntmnt akd rsornirroM. ' Terms-rTltree Dollars per Year. tkf Ais name entered an ear too 1:1 till the tub Clarksvllle, Tenn. t . FRlDAic,.AUGU8T.......r."!L...L..r'l86J. 'Tub Elbltiob. Yesterday wai election day Ibf Congressmen to represent Tennessee In the nation- al rouutils of the United States. ,,- U p-iased elf quietly tad without that exctlemettl which we hare had occasion to notice and regret at election in former, days, 'tfo poshing no crowding do drinking or fighting Off disturbance any way but all teemed impressed With the heavy responsibility which devolves upon those who exercise the ' great perogativc of freemen., ,;, ...... i ' The vote stood at this precinct for Thomas, iado pendent candidate, 138. ' ArneU, regular nominee, 32. providence district, Thomas, 18j Arnelt, 8. District No. 1. Thomas 17. ArneU nora; Pis. No. 20, Thomas 18, ArneU none Dlt. No. 14, Thomas 22, ArneU none; DU.No. 19, 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. — 4 August 1865

T O B A C C O ! 1 Wm tomwmct at TEICirS LAKD15Q, gAtar 47, October elk,' ui eotttiaae tail. Aug4-tf . TO ,APVI31VnSER3.. , Partie advertising by contract, for a give time, m be confined to their VgUimat (fastness any thing outside of till will be charged for separately. Advertisers, for specified time, exceeding three months, will bv th privilege of renewing their dvertlsemot qartrli aQ ute changes Will be' charged for. GFTmm notice, Obituaries, or any r observing private Interest, will be charged fin. S9 Notion, In local column, twoty cents per line Special Notice! fifteen cento per lino. CLARKSVILLE, ..... , 111.1 i r , mi .ATJQU8T 4, J 864. 111 I iiil 2V OormpondtnUCAio. Your communica tion contain to mas good point aad U to wall written, that w are compelled to decline itt pub lloatlen; Besides It la probable that our readers who hv not ttadied tha Choctaw Ungnaga would net appreciate It merit aa high a it. deserves. Al Artemoi Ward says "the abav It Intended to be surkastic." B...

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 August 1865

Kinrfo'GoiumiL s. a. drivek, i a. St. browi, pu 1 1 ui t.ooJioai7AatTiooa t .4 .1 -'irf fn ii is ift ImTi'i it iii ni ii 'hi tiiiT iinin'ff r o o o a a n r nsrrra Korcga jllct to, Tenn. (if Louisville, Ky. I.AAa-UII IN With Old Merchant. (,43 A 7 Jttnft e fownR Of (i J. B. RHODES & CO., Cjictit J. X. Nibbltttn Old Stand, Franklin St., Clarksville, Tenn. LAmgGTffltEI DPiQ At ' XnVtfon ,? wfi le n:r0om meac ed And wir tiiaai IhTiUe XroaiXyAo dV",1y en tire stock, consi'titg of " , j' BOOT SM0ES,; KATSJ," SiWafw ."""i-jjO rii7r ,vri;'J DEALER! IN i i tn jwdmoa Kflliis Ji l;oo ewj o -!s.fc e:rJ Boots and Shoes, v vfv tW "va v WVA IVMj AAVVaJ ' s'-o&O JoirTtijiu t I.. i oij ill m;6 IIshJ WE AMI NOW RECEIVING A LARGE AICD C051PLETK STOCK OP Staple "Groceries, HARDWARE A TINWARE, -oiq a ea iiKon v!'lf!-vt m 'h! b!i'j 1 jUkAUlflAW D .r,i'.wa an 11.1 c will be sold AT 'LOW PRICES ! Wiliirj suuau, ef tioi rfii! CRUSHED -8UGAR;:' Me- w .QREEN TEAf-5 v. mwnk 4t ed oj -Br,xcK Vtf A;"0' M...

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 August 1865

w J). 1(11) . iW. Kl HM VI tu I , ''A . YOLUMBil:-"'" r-''?..' ' Old' Senes,-:voU'l3. :';.',; CLARKSYILLE,-.TENN"V:-FRIDAY,r AUGUST. lI"l865-.-;t.:"-"5,-i J Old iScrics,!;:N0.'tl Y 'n ; 0, , . ...... u ..,., i. ..,.. - " 1 ' ' i , !;: ..t.-..-.- : .,.. -...! i - .- " T ; ' ' ' . ; " '' ' '. .'. . .! -if: :Bf DR. J.-M. PIRTLE. 0?FICB at bit residence eiirner 'of Main. nd Fourth Street, opposite Cumberland Church, Ctarksville, Tenn, , ,. , July 21 3m DR. H. M. AC3EE, ' S M i" g b on Doritiat, .CLARKSVILDE, TEXN., TKNDKR3 hi service to (ho eitlrent of the city and vicinity, la the "difrcrtnl branches of bit ' profession. ' . " ' .' ' ' n"A.0uVe,' at hU residence, one door taxi of T)r. Cooper. 1 ! : July 14-tf' & J?. QUA XT, Joprirt.r Clarksville,........." -Tennessee, EAVIXQ leaned this well known House from Mr. C. ll. Stewart, I urn now renovating and re- Suing it for th accommodation of th public When the arrangements being wiado ar completed, H will be a Hotel hi all It appointm...

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 August 1865

! ! IS-JLJ.-iUll.l-L. - 1'- . l MHKTKD WISE-; VT TOD At KMn, Y NEBLETT-A' GltANT, itbusbiri axo mormrrom. Terms-rThrcQ Dollars per Yeaiv iAr Jft't-r-T?-- el -V nam rntrrtd nn our bokt till the nib tfrtpnon jMor.X3J.-m,,.-,-.,. ClarksTllIc, Tran. t 7i - t-.n.i In : i- - . iH. J. . , Vl J- ' fHIDAT-AUCITST ... ,..;f....Ti, 18. o'- i..... ,. ,-, ,; .. is,.' - , .', . ; ARE THE S0CTIIE&3 FEOLfJE STILL UE r:!i y. i. DKLLiaiSf i--;t ' .ill V) mill In .-i f.iU '!- ' i : ;' ..! ..Th ton aud temper of tbe Southern people, M 'funeral thing, slat the sii'rre nder of the Sduth.rn ,arniic, ft fun of promise' for Utu'reJ io far m I their conductor Influence- tony tie aupposed to b ' important hi the re-orantzntloA'bf aoriety and civil few. ' They1 hav tubmlthid tiith JiumiimtSoia of t defeat and tli hardships of subjugation with grace and -dignity -and manlines, wrthy of the -valot they displayed when tontentllng for the rnastefy opofl the fields" For.' howevir 'wrong'in principle, or mistake...

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 August 1865

!L I !U?JL"ii!5" AUCTION SALES OF T 0B A C C O I Will commence- at TRICE'S LANDING, Batir- iar, October tk, ul coatlnie dallM ; POINDKXTKR POLLARD. mm T clarkstille, , .AUdUBT XI, 1865. .Th somber or registered voters la Wis ,eodnV,'b S5. i Tm number of tote polled were . . .... . 48. Tswkas received 437; A mill 49. very llulc Interest Ira taken in the election. I fW tetnrn our thank t6 Mr. Bt R. reui far newspaper favor. W thould bar eeknowedgtfJ the obligation cnr,lmt unintentionally omitted It - iJr-Much skknea prevail In onr community at present : Physician arW on th' go.' Fvrs and flus ar prevalent :;'" ' ' v a '? ' 1 Taa election, in Nashville, passed off quietly; 1 14. vote were poHed..- ,Wm. B. Campbell cir "ried the cHy by 251 majority "ier At Gallagher Exchange, New York, on the lout, gold wm 144. A Cincinnati It was 143 and 14JJ, and firm. V . . . I . ' i 1 a iToBACCO. Sale, of Tobacco, - at Louisville on b 8th lately ranged from 85 to $17 embracing lug, medium, good to f...

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 August 1865

I 1 i i t. . BR0OI. . A. RTNM. J, B, RHODES & CO,, Oppt:u j. yjfibbuu ou stand, Franklin St., Clarksville, Tenn. WE ARE NOW RECEIVING A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF Staple . Groceries, HARDWARE & TINWARE, Boots, Shoea, Hats, Caps, I..." . .i'l .III l.l.iVJ ' . ..I.... - .. - oil Vv .hl' Til i A t T- J'-I -Oi'I C M '' I .CLO TFURNISniNG GOODS. Consisting In part of the following articles,' which win m sola i " AT LOW PRIQES ! QUEENSWARE, -: ,N O. SUGAR, . "" i '.'' - -' : -j ' WHITE SUGAR, ' ' crushed sugar, ' ' ... ,..,..,-..;,., green tea, ... '. . black. tea, 1 MOLASSES, 1 vj wUi :oii -w. AND SYRUP, MACKEREL" Q 1 IIERRINO, .,. ., , ,.-. - u:; CHEE8E and .: '''' 'i :---' ... -' CRACKERS, ' raisins,-'" . :' : r. , , -,.1 W ;,, CIGARS, .: . .;! ,,.;.;..,v;-j:.i -.I. V .-., I, r SPICES,- ' "' ' e:'r,i, ,i ..( .ii. DYE-STUFFS,' :' "!":', ..::,,:; ; -..Jur ... HARDWAftE, WILLOW, WARE, . ,; ., .;,,"., " wuh.WPODEN WARE, , :-,.,"i-v - m-. I '..'..V.v TINWARE,: . ,.. .or-..: i .-,.....

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