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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 January 1868

' ' -" i -ova-- a.-- - . -v. .1 WWW ft -.i -i .iiiWH,. 1A ..a-., an I HWM Willi M I - WWIWiWIWiMWfii, swilv.awssp - .l irsaa m . n jj. v m, - ,v volume 3. OLD SERIES VOL. 16. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1868. OLD SERIES, NO. 33. NUMBER 15. UHDING! JOHN. J. THOMAS & CO. TAB UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED partnership under the above style, for the purpose of doing a general , Forwarding, Storing and Com mission Business, AT LINWOOD Tint warehouse li situated a few hundred Yard below Trice's, on Comberlund river ; it is Fire-proof, and entirely above high water mark.: There in a Rood turnpike road leading to it, and it ii the nearest point on the river to Christian county.' JOHN J. THOMAS will give bi undivi ded time and attention to the receiving, weighing, inspecting end telling all the To bacco consigned to the home. A comfortable aale room will be fitted up iu Proviuenc. JpuSalei every week. ..... JOHN J. THOMAS, JAMES W. PARISH. RAM I, O. BUCKNERV Linwood Landing, Tenn, A...

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 1868

Ijc (illjnmide. J.S. NBBLBTT. I. J.'mht. IMlUUL.iaiYr Sj GRANT, cfiii.reHRM and ritopnirrotm. " TERMS: Three Dollar per year, fn nilinntt. R TV. THOMAS,.... .EDITOR. Clnrkavllle, Tenn.t FWDAT, JAN. 10, 1868. If there ever was a time in our hie torjrwliud unanimity of action on the part of the friend of conntitution al liberty, was an absolute necessity, that time is now. The straggle for ascendancy in the governnicnt is be tween the supporters of nenrpation and tyraoL'y, on the one side, and on the other, by the supporters of the Constitution and tho rights pertain ing, under it, to States and individu al!!. j Tho latter are known as demo- cruu in me norm, wuiiat in tne South, Koine call themselves Conscr vatives and others, Independents. This is all wrong. Let us fight under a common flag, leaving wiuor fcbades of difference, for future adjustment If we would succeed there must be but two parties to the corf'.ost, and xince me uormern uomocratB Have organir-ed under thoir original ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 January 1868

rr J. 8..KifiBLRTT, , . E.itOT. Ratm Of Aovsbtisisq.--Ons Dollar per quart of Ttrf Ush. ' - CLARKSVILLE.. ,..JAN, 10, 1B68. A Cross Mafk.Io future we wilt make .fnMiiMrt mi tht murirln of our paper, H a ontificat'oo to All patrons whose time of inscription hit expired, look ouv ror me cross mark asd renew your tubtcrlption at oace. ( V8 Srst pugs for editorial and miscella neous matter. Gold opened in New York on tlie 7th Inst at 135J, edvauclng to 13TJ, and closed at 1381- THE TRADE OF tLAKKHYILLK. . The Impression lecrui to prevail very gen erally, that the fate of Clarksville as busi ness point, will be determined In a tery shorl time, with the chances rather against It. In this opinion we concur fully. Soma ex press mrprlst Hurt there should exist a doubt that Clarksville should prosper and grow, because U Is In the midst of a feitile region, with a fine navigable river at lu door, a railroad running through It, which with Its connections will soon bring the town within two or 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. — 10 January 1868

-l TRADE PALACE 'T r: IS TUB OUR MOTTO: " Ono Price and do Deviation I if A!! goods marked In plata 6gurcs. can bny at exnotly tbo fume price ai tin most experienced person. Thia imnn, mcntCmr-Ki. u to mark our Good at tbe very lowest price. Try our system. MILLS, RACE k SNYDER, . Purchaser will do well to buy the BAITS nftercd by oilier bouses and come to ui for Soort, the value of which they may not be f.imUiar wilb, Goods Sold Ion per cent, less man ranic prices. Tradci Pnlace ! t. Just opened a full line of MOURN LVO GOODS, from the recent Auctiou Bain in .Now York, comprising all desirable style uuu qualities 01 Alpacas, roplia Alpacas, Empress Cloths, Tauiese Cloths, Uiarrltz Cloth, Ottoniau, Teloura Poplins, UomU rinca, Australian Crape, Merinos, Shawl Me rinos, English Crape, and Second Mourning Goods in full assortment. Remember, yon can save at least ten per cent, at BTTW Jl m xraae Jfaiacc. Our Clonk and Shawl Department is dally -thronged with purchasers. The assortment ...

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 1868

EONICLE, VOLUME 3. OLD SERIES, VOL. 16. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1868. OLD SERIES, NO. 34. NUMBER 16. C installs daifl. L1HYI0QD LANDING ! JOHN J. THOMAS & CO. ... THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED partnership ooder tbe abov. style, for th. purpose of doing a general Forwarding, Storing and Com mission Business, AT LINTTOOD LANDING Thli warehouse li tlttjated a few hundred jardt below Trlce'i, on Cumherltnd river; It It Fire-proof, una entirely abov. high water murk. There li ft Rood turnpike rood lending to It, and It li the nearest point CD the river to Christian county. JOHN J. THOMAS will glv. hil nmHv. dd time and intention to the rectvlnij, weighing, Inspecting end telling all the To bacco consigned to the hons. A eomf.irtabl. mle room will be fitted np la Providence. IWuSnle every week. JOHN J. THOMAS, JAMES W. PARISH. tJAM'L O. BCCKSEB. Linwood landing, Tenn., Aug. 9, 'G7-tf. W. J. M'CORMAC, Wholesale and Retail Grocer, AMD DIALER IN ALL KINDS OF COl'JiTRY PRODU...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 January 1868

. . KMIETT. t. A. ORART. EULETT OUANT, PI'IUSIIIM AID mOrRIKTOB. 1UW. TUOMAS,.., KDITOR. TERMS : Three Dollars per year, In advance. C'larksrlllc, Tcnn.i FRIDAY, JAX..17, 18C8. Never, until Saturday last, did wc fully realize- the utter degradation prepared for the South by fiend-like puritanism ; ui uevcr till thcu, did wo appreciate the depths to which white men would dokise themselves in their eagerness to reach the level of the negro. So great is the impe tus of their descent that they ran not check itattheprociso pointof equal ity, and go ns far below that point as as it is possible to sink.. For the ne gro we can feel pity, because lit docs not know what be Is doing; but for the white who can seek or accept of fice at the hutids of such a mob, lan guage can not express our contempt and detestation. It is strange, too, that these degen erate whito men, whether hailing from 'tho North or tho South., kave so littlo forecast, as not to see that this state of things can not last fo...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 January 1868

J. 8. UnUJLKTT, . . KdilBTt J. A. GRANT, Ratks or Adtkrtibiwq. One Dollar per quara of tin Unas. CLARKSVILLE.. .JAN, IT, 1808. A Cross SUrk. In future we will make a rrnai murk on the margin of our paper ' nniiSrai'nn iii n mtmni whose time of I ubocription bin expired. Look out for ttie cross mark and renew your subscription at once. . , TIB TRADE OF CLABKSYIILI. It wai with eome surprise, we learned that our remarks," lait week, on tbe Trade of ClarkiTille, were construed lato an assault nnnn Ha most vital interests. lien tne reader retnem'nre that there ll no tnstitu tion In tbe town Uiat li more entirely de- pendent for its success upon th gro10 nd prosperity of the city than this office, tbe ridiculous absurdity of ncb charge will be too apparent to call for either denial or stud ied refutation. Our avocation li one tbnt affords o abundant opportunities for learn ing bow impossible It 1 to please everybody, and It has taught us, at the. same time, the foMyof attempting to expla...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 January 1868

Chnncory Hnlon. Chancery alc of Furniture. J no. F. Couti rt els. tv. heirs and creditor ' T . of 8. X. Nuore. fly virtue of a decree made In these con. iiMAtoi causes, hi tha uctuber term, 1807, ii me v.narrrery vouri at uiarKsvllm, I Trill eH M public auction, Rt M. aire's ITotfl In t'larksville, the large lot of household, kitch- r;i antl dining-room fnrnltnre, attached as l un pro(f rty ot H. II. Moore. gale to take place on Tueslay, list day of January, 18BH. Tkhms Cash on (til amounts under end un to III). On sums over that amount, the ptircnaacr will lie required to give note, with pood security, payable in bank at 00 days irora ante ot rale. W. T. 8U ACRF.LFOItO, C. M. Jan. 10, 'U8-3w.-pni. Ice adv. k b. (7 20 Chancery Sale of Lnnfl. J. B. Smith ft als. r. rugh ITnynea. TSy Tirtue of A decree n the October term, irbl. of the IMinnecry Court at thitksville, I will offer for tnle on the premises, on niiiuruny, itu aayot February nest, a tract of land, shunted on the head water...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 January 1868

RONICLE VOLUME 3. OLD SERIES, VOL. 16. CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FRDAY, JANUARY 24, 1868. OLD SERIES, NO. 35. NUMBER 17. CLAR E8ILLE CH LIHVOOD UNDIIIG I JOHN J. THOMAS & CO. TriR UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED n partuenbip under the above style, fur the purpose or doing a general Forwarding, Storing and Com , mission Business, AT LINWOOD LANDING This warehouse is situated a few hundred varus below Trice', on Cumberland rierj It ii Fire-proof, and entirely above high water mark. There Ii (rood turnpike road leading to It, and It is tbe nearest point on the river to Christian county. JOHN J. THOMAS will give his ondlvl ded time and attention to lb receiving, weighing, inspecting and selling all the To bunco consigned to tbe house. A comfortable sale room will be fitted up in Providence. gjujuSalee every week. JOHM J. THOMAS, . JAMES W. PARISH. -SAM'L Q. BUCKNKR. l.inwood Landing, Tcnn, Aug. 0, '07-tf. W. J. M'CORMAC, Wholesale and Retail Grocer, ANU DBALKB IN- ALL USDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE, 11H ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 January 1868

1 1.J J. V M l . . kksi.hW k.DMM 2VU1ILKTT CJliAAT. finusnrns ao rnoroiitTot:-;. K. V. TUTMAS,; -.g.-.. .. r.v.. .KDITOR. " v- ;, w , TKIt.USr . Tfcree Dollars per year, In advance. 7-.; TT" '. T V ( C'lttrkvlli, Trim. Fitm.vv,... ,..-;.-..i.iATAN. It, IMS. " The doings nt Washington dourly indicauTa. crisis Sii"'riutiouaI affairs, which ms I result in tWearly estnb lihhuieul of ,a llUiup tyranny, , as in the days of the ' English Common wealth, or speedy action against it, of force enough to counteract tho efforts nt' tho uaurticrs. ' What' that action thouli be, it is nut for us to say, but fear it has been deferred too long to 1 successful agangt the well planned aid steady encroachments of tyranny w '1 A upou .the - free .'.institutions .of thct country. JJr.' Johnson failed to act oil hl pr6; fessioual axiom that a "stitch in time nijvc.i n'tiic'pnd whilnl ho has been recouuoituiiug tlie cnomy's ' position and entrenching himself behind the Constitution, his flank has been turn...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 January 1868

J. jGRANT, I' Editor. Ratbi of ADvTiiNa. tlln .Dollar per sjuare or tu ukh CLARKSVILUK JAN, 24, 18U8 A Croi Mark---ro futttre we will make a cross mark on the marsin of our paper, as a notificat'bd to all natrons whose, time of ubjcriptioo lia expired. Iook out for tin cross mark aud renew your subscription at net. Goto opened In New lork on the 21st I l3Pf, declined to 138, advancing to 139 J and closed at 139J. DaorpiNQ Tin StiuacT. The small ex periment we bare made towares developing the causes why the trade of Clarksville is out more prosperous wnrna us to drop the subject, and leave Its discussion to others. U seems that the time has not yet come ' when .the truth may be told without offense, Vft regret the tone of feeling oq the subject, tmt feel relieved of beary and thankless -task.'- ' ' ."5 ' 1 '" ' , 't T" Saorko Concsbt. Tho Sacred Concert which was to havabeeu given at the Pres- 'bvtcrlan church, to-nigbt, has been postponed uiitli Friday Mgfjf Slst 4tt As II is" for t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 January 1868

'1 31 II J 01 para For. I Th virdt it u wit road: co tb JO ded I weig bar A UP: I i LI i All O: Clles, tnari sc-lf 1 I may Cbr fr-1 M X) I c rtr Cbl C( kll ftr; P. c i I i i Chancery Sales. ; .. Chancery Sale of Land. J. R. Smith el alt. vi. Pugh Haynes. Hy virtu ef a decree at tb October term 1867, of tb Chancery Court at Clarkivlll. I will offer for Ml ou tb premise, om Saturday, 7tb day of Febmary next, a tract of land, situated od tb bad waters of North Cross creek, ia tli county of Stewart, con taining 384 acre, it being tb tarn old by J. R. Smith to Pugh Haynea, and on which i be (aid Hay net new reeide. Terms cub. Sal to commence at 1 1 o'clock i. m. W. T. SHACKELFORD, C. k M. Jan. 10, '68-4w-pr fee sdv. k b. $8. Chancery Sale of Land, I.nwson J. Murphy m. John Carney et alt, By virtu of decree mad at tb Octo ber term, 1867, of tb Chancery Court at Clarksvtll, I wilt trll at public auction, at ine uonri-uou in tb tow of I'larnsviii, on Friday, 31st day of Jannary, 1868, the 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. — 31 January 1868

VOLUME 3. OLD SE1UES, VOL. 16. CLARKSVILLE, TENN.,- FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1868. OLD SERIES, NO. 36. NUMBM 18. UHVIOODlfcMDIHGI JOHN J. THOMAS & CO. TIIB UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED partnership nnder th above style, fur the parpoe of doing a gnral Forwarding, Storing and Com mission Business, AT MNWOOD LANDING Tbi warehouse It situated a Tew hundred Tarda below Trie !, on Cumberland river; it ie Fire-proof, and entirely ebov high wter murk. There li a rood tornpik road leading to It, and It is tbe nearest polut ob tb river to Christian county. JOHN J. THOMAS will giro blf uodlvl do! time and attention to the receiving, weighing, inspecting and idling all tbe To baeco consigned to the house. A comfortable aale room will be fitted up In Providence. aWuSaJe ry week. JOHN J. THOMAS, JAMES W. PARISH. BAM'L Q. BCCKNKR. Linwood Landing, Tenn, Aug. 9, 'CT-tf. W. J. M'CORMAC, Wholesale and Retail Grocer, AKI DSALKS 1 All KINDS OF 10CSIBI PKODtCE, 11W TlslrU Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. Order, for Go...

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 1868

4. A. OHANT tJllANT, FCBUSltrna H0 f nnpniKTOBR. . t '.. ,. . . , . , R. W. THOMAS,. .EDITOR ' TKKM8S '.' . . Three Dollars per year, In advance. Clnrknillle, Term. I FRIDAY,..,., JAM. 31, I8C8. Wo nre sometimes) nuked, wlio ia our candidate for the '' Presidency. Were we a . "cullud gemma,", there would boon entire fitness in tlte r neg ation;, but ns wo arc only" poor white trash and without a vote, it smacks "if sarcasm. Nevertheless as there"! t no law, yet, anitiat entertaining a ' iirefercnce, we do not hesitate to say ours is lor I'endloton first and all the , time?. Because ho is n statesman of largc experience in public a&Yirti and enlarged views of the constitutional Tights of Slates and individuals, , with ability to discern the truth and integrity and moral courage toenforce ' its teachings. In "addition to these liitfli qualities and qualifications, he ' is a civillianl , . ' v Tho country is dispmtod with fhouldcr Straps and . we look 10 Vain , for one who wears th...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 31 January 1868

1 -. --1 - ' Sr KalBLKTT, . OEANT, zm' Editor: fUrll or Aovwatisuio. Ous Dollar per jaar of Tiiis. CLARK8VILLE,.......JAi, 31, 1808. i' - A Cro Mrt.I futnrs ws will, make & enli anrk im tha manrid of Otlf lPr, At notlficatVo lo all patrons whose time Of sabJeriptio hts espired. ' uoo ouv ior me cross mark and renew your ubscription it nee. Otuopeoed In New York on the 28 ih ''at all and ctotft t 461. i V ' C ! j ' J - - j . . . Coirt wu firm tsterdy in New York, wlthMtlei of middling uplands at lJn iimut M M.otk will nraach In the ' Methodist Church la this' city next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. . ,1 . i . . hi i ...a.' Rut. S. P. Chesskct will, at the request ol the last' General ' Assembly, ' of the 0. P. -Church, preach an Anniversary Sermon in lili church,' next Sabbath, at 10J o'clock. The" public are respectfully Invited to at tend. , ' In Lcca. Onr partnet ha added to his Stock auout tig ill pouna aicruiiy, mm no. Success to all concerned. . , t ; i Sacaso Concert. Reme...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 31 January 1868

Chancery Hale. Chancery Sale of Land. J. It. 8(0 Ub it all. w. Pugb Haynea.' Br vlrts of a decree at tht October term 1 HOT, or the Chancery Court at Clarktvllle, I will oRVr for mIu on tha premises, on Saturdsy, lit dnrof February Beit, a tract of laud, situated on the head waters of North Cross creek, in tha county of Stewart, con taining 3ft. acrea, It being tha same aotd by J. R. Smith to Pnih riavoe. and on which the Mid Haynes naw resides. Terms cub 8ale to commence at 1 1 o'clock a. x. W. T. SHACKELFORD, C. M. Jan. 10, '68-4w-prs Tea adr. k b. $8. Cbanrcrj Sale of Land. Lawson J. Murphy Joha Carney at sis By virlns or a decree made at tba Oct.. ber term, 18T, of tha Chancery Court Clarksville, I will aril at public anrtioo, , the Court bone In the town of Clarksvll, on Friday, 3 lit day of January, 1868, tbf tract oi utna Belonging to tua neirsor a. Carney, deceased, situated in Diet. No. 1 on ltrd River, about 13 miles from ClerksvilleJ and containing about 60 acres, more or...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 February 1868

VOLUME 3. OLD SERIES, VOL. 16. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1863.: : -, OLD SERIES, NO. 37. NUMBER 19.- lIUYfQQD LI JOHN J. THOMAS & CO. TBI UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED aarlaershlp 'J1' Wr tn purpose of doing a general , .. Forwarfllng, Storing anfl Com. mission Business, . AT , LINWOOD LANDING Thll warehouse It Situated a ft hundred yard blow Trice's, on Cumberland riverj It i. Fire-proof, and entirely water mark. There I Rood turnplk read leading to It, and tt U tb point on tb river to Christian county. JOHN J. THOMAS will glv hi undivi ded tlmt tnd attention to the receding, weighing, inspecting and Riling all th. To bacco consigned to tht bowse. A comfortable sale room will in Providence. W.8ltt ' . JOHN J. THOMAS, JAMES W. PARISH. SAM L 0. 1JUCKNKR. tlnwood Landing, Tenn, An 9, 'CMf. W. J. M'CORMAC, 'Wnolcsale and Retail Grocer, ' AKIt DIALC w' ILL HD3 Of COBXTRT FRODCCS, 118 Thlru 9trMt;, LOUISVILLE. ICY. ' rvntera ft floods o Manufactured Article, AIM with promptne...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 February 1868

ivm-.T'w" yaw r us rontce. y. I. Ntuciy; " w.iiimhm t1ry1nwrnTci;Tl?a ft. w. rpo$iii$14'.V...;&v EDITOR. Three Dollars .per .near,, hi adrnnce. T . rr-r-n-i ", . '-'Tbft'Ncyorlc rpfioah' Journal, i of tbe lit. .ifoii1nr lua 'ltitiiuniiHQ fu tke bond. 'Tjtlertibrt t'tiiTi In'- ffrden-j -3obt.'.W1iiJV'tniJ Iffc'pttliu' point, irid bcnv''(TiM tho jibfe, bp (rc) iis.ili'pylwiuis,'--iro-cominjj to rtheiltK 4OIIOIXllllOhi''v:"- I " " . If tho national debtli fd bo pmJ all. it inu8tHpai in ih'u y ay, firs because It ia strictly just to creditor oii4Ql4ortaiid leooDd, becauge it tan 'tje fVfi'lntuf oth6f vay ViUjbuf'eft'. ,tuig poverty .vpoa Uw poopU for genemtions eome. lint. "yhWrf we tprul)u tlic subject to tlia iottow, , in "ecarch of ahetitet Jristicc'we lr forced .to llm conclusion was wrbnpfally nd unlawfally rontractj J.-ty .gfur tjc$fceje4 Vis wcl) delined powCru, lind, theifove, in not 3p,d! j ufoh tuc'pnntijml-tiie'pco-' ipk by wl'm it onglit to b repti- rtlatci. AM until It ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 February 1868

Mm mxwnm CLARKUVILLK,. ..'.."KB. T, 180! - Got-p opened iu2t i oi If on he 4th insl,, I 9:45 Uifcet tei&i'lfcVd,, declined to 141 J; but It rallied again ; and at 11:3 wal 141; at 1 r. , It bad advanced to 141 1, Jwt agaip receded, clwjng at ,41t. . jj WoRxmpM .fcKtm.-i-W jmbllsh call for a ovt.in of the woajtlngmtn of the city to Uk'e place ''at 'the Court-house, to-morrW to1gtt. '1W botetb till be h full attmd ta. w nfflf JUneoAi EMPMiWTlw- tinploai of ' toe Memphis, ClarksVille & Louisville ttai- road hnve issued a handbill setting forth their grievances, and a resolution based ...hereon, ,to. dp, o .mora .work; oo.,fbe rf .wxi. t rfftr, iiTWa rlas (etcept tiit vtailtrlarto.bme tl!thlr wages, tori overdue, are paM.atlsfadorlly secured Their eaeVAVa hsrTKb apd'TlKW tht Vault lies we cannot tell. . CapW.S l Prow the late Receive VPI'M rn,,'' ,u . vkialeatlaei of himself, which we shall await. ' with a promise to give bim the full benefit of lili explanation. Wf bare no. dei...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 7 February 1868

Special. JSTotioeet JANUAiiY. isoer XIW CUICOS-l 1-1 1, It, 11 M IS cents per yard, . . Iu Uaotlful patterns and gnat tariff? " ' MILL8, HICK 1 8XYDEB, TRADE PAL.ACK, VPfOSlTS MX SqUABJB, (Broaddus' old taad), ' X ClarksTillo,' Tennessee. Ilnsekeoyn will CnJ a large an) well assorted slock ut Blenched and Brawn Do ' nestles, In all th choioe and taoda'd ' brands. These good vera bought early thi month, at the lowest price tha market im to, and will be fold at astonishingly low price. In thi ronntctlon, wa call oeoisl attention to our excellent Hock of Irish Llaeas, Llaen Table Diapers, Xapklas, Towellings, lines PH low Cae Goods, . - Alo, extra qua! It Linen Sheetings. . ' ' MILLS, RACK k FJiYDER, Trad Palace, V rnnlilln SL, opposite Public Bqanre, Broaddur old gtnnrt, Clarksville, . FLANNELS! In tl qualities very oheapl Dvcmn Goods, well assorted! XVemla, Goods, of the best qual ities, suited to tb want of all classes, in beautiful style, very cheap. . Shawls I ClrwiTc s t Cloaking...

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