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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 April 1868

rWCHWEWT M9JTET.- TINNK88EK.. . Bunk of Chattanooga......,.....' Hank of Commerce,,.. , , Hunk of Rnotvlll... Honk of Memphis. ; Biiok of Middle Tennessee Bunk of Parle Bank of Shelhyville Hank of Ter.neisee, old Issue " " dated 1861 Biink of lit Union Bauk of West Tennessee Ruck's Bank City Bank Commercial Bank Lite and general Insurance Company.. McrohauHr" Hmk ,. KrthT!i Bank tcoee Hank Planters' Bank Southern Bank Tradrri' Uauk TJnlon Bunk- nilMES.llEliRWEIlT91.lMEI 1 furnished by Crusnian 4 Chesnut. St'OAR. N. O. good common, 13n!4r, good fuir, UI6; fully fair, to prinie7 Ity (liMj yellow cUriWti, VaW; white, jbj(W)lBj; cnwtieo, powdered and granulat ed, 19. MOLAfftES'AND SYRUPS. N. 0. com mon, TO(Soo; syrum, 90(rrl.B0 COFFEE. Rio, fair. 14(328 i prim 26 (3-8; Java. 3T43 Lnguira, 33W35. SALT. 7 bus. bbl, $1.75) Melt, (3.50; kililf, 20(7,40 nick. ST All CANDLES. 13 or., boxes, 19; 13 OZ. OOX, Ti', 14 02. IKIXM, 14. BACON. Hog round 13JU cent. LARD. 13 Milts. W H ISKEY Common cou...

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 April 1868

V : P.H. PORTER, Agent, DEALER IN PITRNITURE, Wall Pnper, JIOISE FURNISHING GOODS, Ac FRANKLIN ST BEET, CLARKSV1LLE, TENNESSEE, nAHJI-RTltrXFlVEDALAWIFJOTOF WAI.I; PAl't.H ami BOKMEIIM ol the latest Htvlon. April 17, istis-tr. Drs. Finley &LBeaumont. om i At Dr. D.'i Residence, Cor. Frankl n nnl Illter Streets, Marcli 13, 'C8-3m) CLARKSVILLE. timy be round at It is oHicp, 2d floor of the 'C'lironiclo building, at all hour, unless pro fessionally absent. Mnrch'l, 1887-U DR. II. M. AQEE, Dontal Surgeon, CLARKSVILLK, TENN., Office at hi now residence on Frnnklin street, two doors Kast of the Episcopal Clinrrti. Jan. lli 1808-tr. E. M. THOMAS, Attorney at Law, Office, over Tliomnx, Ncbktt & Co.'i CLARKSVILLE, - TENN. Oct, 25, 1807-ly. ROBT. W. JOHNSON "Will Xin.oticcs Ltvv In nil the counties of tlie lOlh Judicinl Dis trict. Office inside the Court-house in t'lnrksville. .Marcli -11, 1808 ly. HORACE II. Ll'BTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Clnvltwville, Tonn. Will practice in the Courts 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. — 24 April 1868

THE CHRONICLE R. W-THOMAS, EDITOR. . Nrtif.mv . a. on hit. NBULKTT & OIIA7ST, rCBI.lMHIKS AND pHOl'BlBTon.1.. JWnit: Thnt Dvllart prr annum in atltamc. 01ui'lMvlllur Tcuu.i FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1808. Notwithstanding the terrible Soivro Riven to Beaut Bulimy ly what are called Kuklux, we nr Inclined to believe that nil such mysterious tin (100.4, und nil gliost-liko niK.'u.ra.nees to frighten negroes and cxfiife curios ity, are Ixigtis. If t!ier be a Kuklux Khin it Is not orgiuiize4 for Htioli non seiisical exhibitions, nor doeft it merit UiedennnHntlonx heaped tirsiii it even by the Conservative press. believe there Is such rtn orguni cntiou, that it Ih composed of llrst ,, fliiwj inatertnl nnd that it I the ofT Rprlng of political lier-esylty. The pullic ban not now to luimi that the Kiytil league lire nrnntl orKatiimtt ion;, the members of whiclr trro sworn to uphold surh measures an arede-Igneif ' to crush the lights mid liberties of tiie J better citizens of tlie Htato. It is a...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 April 1868

... TINNK88XE. Bank of Chattanooga 4 Bank of Commere,.. 95 Hank of KnoiriUe.... . . 65 Rank of Memphll...r. .,, 95 Hunk of Middle Tennessee........ 00 Hunk of Paris 03 Bank of Hhelhyville. CO Bank of Tennetsee, old issue 25 - ' dated J861 0 Rank of the Union 05 Bank of West Tennessee. 20 Buck's Bank 05 t'ily Bank 50 Commercial Bank 20 Life and general Insurance Company... 4 Merchants' Bank 05 Northern Bank pit Oooee Dnnk. ..... 10 Planters' Bank 05 Son i hern Bank 8 Traders' Bank 05 Union Bunk.- 93 CLAllKHVILIiK W1I01ESAIE GROCERY RIAKKET. , Furnished by Crusman k Cbesnut. SCGAtl. N. O. eood common, 1 3.167)1 good fair, 14(516; fully foir, to prime, 15J tV,16j yellow clarified, 16J16j white, 16j(a18l; crushed, powdered and Kranulat d, 19. MOLASSES AND SYRUPS. N.O, cam mon, 70(S.90j sjrnps, 90(5)1.30 COFFEE. Bio, fair. 24(25; prime 26 J 28i Java, 37(n)43 J Laguira, 33fi35. SALT. 7 bus. bbl. $4.00 ; sack, $3.50; table, 2O40 V wck. STAR CANDLES. 12 or., boxes, 19; 13 ez. boxes, 22; 14 ...

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

P. H. PORTER, Agent, DEALKH IN FURNITURE, Wall ln per, HOI KE fLUMSIIINO GOODS, tie FRAJfELUf STftEtT, ' hi in trc vf f p . TDVvrcorr "XT AH.It:fTnEf F!VEPAIAnlF.I,OTOF IIWALI. HAPKR and llOKIKHM of thi) lnlnl style. April 17, lil-tf. Drs. Pinley & Beaumont. omoot At Dr. B.'s Residence, Cor. Frankl and Illtcr Streets Vurch 13, 'C8-3m) CLARKSVILLE. llt. J. M. IYKItllNH may be found at his office, 3d floor of the Chronlclo building, at all boun, uolcu pro fessionally absent. March !, 1807-tt DR. H. M. AC3EE, Dental Surgeon, CLARKSVILLE, TENN., Office at bin new residence on Franklin it roe t, two doors East of the Episcopal Church. Jan. 11, l.U8-lf. E. M. THOMAS, Attorney at Law, Office, over Thomas, Ncblttt k Co.'i CLARKSVILLE, - TENN. Oct, 25, 1867-ly. ROBT. W. JOHNSON "Will Xractlco Inv In all tlie counties of tlie lOlh Judicial Dis. trict. Office inside the Court-bouse in Clnrksville. Murch 27, 18C8 ly. HORACE n. LURTOX, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OlurlfSJvlllo, Tents. Will practice in ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 May 1868

T1IE CHRONICLE : U. V.. THOM.1S,. EDtTOK.. '.: ; .,;r; ; ,;r: -;:..ri ,. :.v.. ; r .T.y.,- . . XEBLKTT.-. t, A. OB A NT. ' rCOMSIHSi:) A!H ntOHrnETOtlH.- T'.rms; Thru J9of(hr per rtnmnt brnrtrmirt. OltvrUavlll v, Xcnn. i FRIDAY,. ......MAY t, IMS, We HAVE ofteu woiKlured1 what the ttiasiM of the Radical party hopo to gain by the destruction of free gov ernment and lh i-MtttU Mi merit of a rtcaputibin. la it negro equality?- That wma to be the pretext for the lawleu umirpiitloit now tir-nrly ciilnrl- iiating in ulwotutiMvt- 'Will equality Willi negrouM convert eurwulnto bleiw liijt, poverty into prosperity nnd slaves into freemen? I'erhtipH they 11 at tor their hate by HUppoHing thut tho South ulone Mill be tin mifleror bjr mtliUiry rulr nnd tlutt, wepro equality will expend it horrid rend loatliMoiite iiiIunn'cx upon thoscaloiu! who live tmonv them. . lint it in worse than Idle to suppose that Radi cal tyranny will be so directed ns to oppress and degrade only Southerners and Copper...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 May 1868

J ft NEBLETT7) V Loeat FAUort. 3. A. GRANT, j , RATES OF ADVEnTIHIHO. . Ono dollar per wpiarn of ten lltios or tow). CI.ARKHVIM.K. FltlWAYi MAY 1.1W. RAILROAD TIME TAB1.K.--Trains ftouth,. A . ithd 0.1(1 p. X. Train North MS A.' if . atnl TiOD p. Gold cloarsl at l.WH In New York, on the B81U Inst, Cotton dull and prlceaunclinrtirecl. Fourth Page. Hee fourth page for rending Matter, tnoney llt, mar ket report nnd advertisement. Circuit Court will convene In this city next Monday. Tho criminal docket will le taken up first. Judge Campbell will preside. . gjiLKOF FuRNiTiiRJBiIlomenibcr that tho extensive Bale of Furniture, at auction, by J. F. Cout, will take place to-mo."row. Jailor. Out former Jailor, C. II. Morrison, has moved out nnd given plue-eto Mr. Rich, the now lncum Ixjnt. ; ' ' Poetic Another contribution from "Annie Carle Cop" graces the columns of our papei to-day. It Is full of touching and Improve beau ty 1 She 1m Indeed a poetow!. and whether her muse sings In cheerful ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 May 1868

K. K. K. Ou a recent midnight parade nenr Rome,, Ga., thoIC K. K. lxre a banner IiiwrllKHl with tlio fol lowing " poetry : "' Thiullhn fttcvlka rn'llrnt rlitrt Mimt yield to th rmnltiKor Kn Kltix K1nn, N latere and li-nidiem ma out. of tlm wiiy, nii UI hllV IIIHIlfc, IIU11 WO VUUlBll OJ , (Iny ; No mtlun have we lut the flofili of man, And lovenlKKfmlrat-TiiitKU kuux Ki,Aif; W e ratch Vm alive and maul Vm wbii Xlitw hnnd llii-iu htouimI wllU-a alutrui-ued Whole U-ngaca have wo entn, not leaving ' And w.ntuwny hungry the KuKlux Kian; Born or the iiIkIiI, iiiiiI vhiiImIi hy ,Hiy, Leaguer and iila-gun Kt out of tlio way. mm ' LAUER BCKR. BY J08II nilXINOS. I hnv finally cum few the eonclu lon that Ingcr Iwr a a beverage 1m not Intoxicating. I Imv bin toldao by a fremnn wJio tied lie lnul ilruiik it awl nitolohp; junt to try the experiment, ftnit wbh ol ligetl to go home entirely sober in the morning. 1 imv won thin wvrno man drink nixteen KbvweH, and If he was drunk ho wan drunk In gcm...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 May 1868

- RATES Of ADVERTISING. iTtrn Unei Or fe, mild KlmfidrcU, amttUuit a Bqttart. 1 MO 1 Mo 8 MO MO 13 MO JM48OOO00 15 no 5 00 8 (JO III Oil 12 (io 20 00 8 Oil 10 ll 12 00 15 Oil itt 00 10 Oa 12 Oil 15 00 20 00 80 00 12 tl 15 ) 20 00 25 00 85 01) IS on 17 11 Wi oo : oo M no i) on ;n on m (i 45 on a oo :a imi on m (hi iui iwi Irio oo 1 Rqiinre 2 Hiiarcs.-. H aujuere .... li Column U 4 'opium , wivdnmn....... Column , j Column To Advertisers. W Pillfe advertising br contract, for M Riven lime, will hecoiillned to their Icgltl mnte huglncss; unvthlng nuUlUo of this will bechargcd far sepnrnfcly. Advertisers, fir a specified time, ex ceeding three monlliK, will have the privi lege of renewing their advertisements quarterly'; nil vxtm change will be uliarged for. - isnthle-colninn advertisements will hp charged oiio-lliinl luore tliuii regular rate for single columns. Funeral Nntli-ea, Obituaries, or nny othpr matter aiihm-rvlng private Interest, will Iw charged for. mir Notices In IopoI and...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 May 1868

THE CHHONICLE V THOMAS, EDITOR. f. M. KKUI.KTT. J. A. BRANT. NI2MI.KTT As QUANT, H'DJ.tHHEIl tWOPRIKTORA. fermi: ltnee Dottiui prr annum fa arltrtnr. CaikMvlllok Tonn. t FRT DAY, . .......... .MAY ft, IBM. " The article going tlic rounds of the lire-HH In reference to tlio (lisgufttlng ln- tf.ldont In the family or Gen. Mower, rtt Ship Island, 1 certainly cresting panning neriMitlon. It my, or may not, he true thitt the micro aoldier -' duced hta daughter, or tht the daugh ter seduced the negro, or that nHther 1 true. Still there in an air of proba bility about It, when we consider the legitimate conwqm-nex of Radical doctrines about universal efuallty. Tho young woman In question, like thouannds In the North, has been taught la common aehooH, Pundny bcUquIb aud pulplU, that the negroes are a noble and jerecuted race, Infi nitely Biiperlor to the whites if the South. Much teachings g1v tine, es pecially In young women, to tender tympathicH, which are easily exag gerate Into love. Ru...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 May 1868

THE C IIRONICLE J S. NEBLETT, Local JCdtlort. J. A. GRANT, BATM or ADVKKTMINO. . One dollar por aqnnre of ten lino or lew. I,ARK8V1LLE, FRIUAY, MAY 8, INHS. RAILROAD TIMK TABLE. -Trains South, 3.85 A. M. mid 6.1S P. u. Train North 8.45 A. M. and 7.00 p. M. U01.D closed at in New York, on the 6th Inst. Cotton aiJjrjMo for nililillliig up land. Divine Sek vice. Elder Jacob Crkatii will preach to-nl-rht (8th) and Lord's Day at the Chrlntiun church. Oo anil hear an able man, . Bishop Cummins, of Kentucky, will preach and aduiinittter the rite of confirmation at the Episcopal Church on Monday next, 11th Inst. Installation of Tastob. We are requested to state that Kcv. D. Owen Davits will bo Installed Pastor of Cluiksvlllo rresbyterlan church, next Sabbath morning, service be- ginning at lmlf past 10 o'clock. Rev, Mown, lloyt, Boudeaud Kosserwill, by appoint men t of rresbytery, per form the several parts of the iuatulla tlon service. : ' There will be service every night, nntil further n...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 May 1868

4 SXtA.1V. Now Establishment l!i tTAvreo nornnTorT MYBROTTTFTt, I 1 I. Weill, I wonld Inform the public Unit I will carry on liut buaiueMnUtiieauiiie eld stuud, Cor. Strawberry 111c and 1st Cross. Ttollcvlnn my role In n Ttnlter nnrt my for If. not Thnt of Donclxon hut n Urocera, iny chief pride and ulublUou Will tience furlll bo to Bake the Best Bread! Keep tlio Best Stock of Groceries ! And sell them Cheaper than any L house In the City f Thin bonne, will continue, n heretofore, to lw the larircit dealer In Kamllv Flour In CliirkKvllle. The clinic nrnnda of thh, will lie alwnya kept on hand uud priced ua low as at llio mill. In THE LIQUOJt DEPARTMENT SWI can bent anybody I "S Having on hand the nldcut, Nwt, bin trCKtand moot complete stock of JlrnndliK, Wlne,WliiHkc,v, Until. Olli, etc., lo be found anywhere. Home of thcae wore iKmichl be fore I ho wnr. and I have aonin of the Iden tical lxvcriiire that mode Kln David, of Filcwud mcmnrv, cut audi fiintiuitlc cuerfl before lilyli I...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 May 1868

911 JUil'- l'-'JiLlL J.. J - J ! J RATES Of ADVERTISING. Ten line or tea, ntltrt b'Onpareil, constitute HO. SaCARES. 1 Mo 2 KO 3 MO 8 MO 13 MO 1 rVinare..... 26O4Ai)50otm 15 00 2 tkU a resent. , ft () S On 10 00 II 00 20 (10 Hniinres. ....... 8 00 10 Oil 12 00 15 00 IM 00 Column..... 10 00 12 00 1ft 00 20 00 80 Oil l Column.. 12 00 13 00 20 00 i 00 Ho U) l Column. l.j 00 17 00 'if, On ;tt 00 60 00 Ciolumn. i" on ho On Jift no 4ft no (tt oo J Column ho mi n' on m on mo no l"" wi To Advertisers. aW Fnrtlc advertising by contract, for a Riven time, will beoonnncd to their logltl inntn business; anylhliiK outsldo or this will IwcharKt-d for separately. Advertisers, for a specified time, ex oedlnathreo months, will have the privi lege of renewing tholr advertisements quarterly) nil extra changes will be charged for. Dnuhle-colnmn advertisements will be charged one-third more than regular rates for single columns. " Kunerid Notices, Obituaries, or any other mutter subserving private Inter...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 May 1868

TIIK CHRONICLE IX. W. T1IOMAH, EDITOR . '. seiii.f.tt. " j. a. nnAKT. 3VB11LKTT cfe CZT ANT, tM III.IKIIEK1 AND I'ltOI'ltlfiTofia, , Trmt Tlitre IMIctrt prr annum tn noVnacc. ClurltMvllle, Tonn.i ' Fill DAY, MAY 15, MB. 'constitutional mob, if results do not 51-'- L i"i!!'ii'Ji.! ,mcet the expectations of that mob, Afl tho time approaches for the by force or fraud, it eots aside tho re meot Ing of the National Convention tmt and forces upon tho unresisting 4 i.nhmin nnn.iiiliLtr. lii nnunslHon r " , V . V i trn.n. i to the party of usurpers and destine-. tive, it behooves tho T);'nvernts and Conservatives, North and South, to look into the i tcr of thoo named for the candidacy, and Into the rmtives of tho real or ' pretonde 1 Democrats, who arc con- tinually.and wo fear, with evil In - tent, HUggesun,? new name, w uu brought iK'foro said Convention. Aa u-n nniliTHtniid It. tho true Do- mocraey make but two hsued : to ta decided In the next canvass: 1 no one Is the rights of State an...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 May 1868

THE CttllONIGLE J (5. NEBLETT.) J. A. GRANT, ' ItATKM OP AnVKItTlMNd. t)no dollar Tier aminre of ten line or leas. CLAHKSVIM.E, FHIDAY, MAY 15, !. ' BAIl.RO.il TIMK TAP.I.i:.-Trains Kolith,S.3o A.M. and S.15P.X. Trains North IMS A. M. anil V.CO f. M. tlOLD climed at J:)WV4 In New York, on the 12th Inat. Cotton mill una heavy nmlile cliledlylrrocr; luilee of 800 balea Bt!H)c for middling nplund, with eome wile t iillJic. On reudlng the Accounts of tho ter rible storms which have passed over continuous country, we can but con gratulate the citizens of this county j ... f.. ....f,il lulti.:1 tlm,. Will tl.e excessive rains, fr the pust week or two, have proven a serious drawback to agricultural success. Stuawbkiiries were selling in 1 n.rk..f ti,i w.ir. at. twnntv-nve en its a pint. Ouit exchanges report the prospect good for an abundant crop of fruit throughout the country. The Ultra Ku-Kliix Is the nnmo of a pnper started In Jellbrson, Texas. ! lts object, tho Interests of tho white ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 May 1868

To the Citizens of Clarksville and ! s Surrounding Country. t; WOULD BTATK THAT ! HAVE JUHT 1 returned from tbe Knatern pit lea with . fnrae Block of the fimt brand of French Culf ' HKliia, loRotlutr with n very Inrire nfoofc of Hinwriiu ui every aula mr manufacturing GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, of tho lnUxf KfTlM, nil of which I bought for eh, which rrmlilf me to make nil KlnrtBof Boot and Hhooaat arently reduced Iirloo.. A Inmn Mock of mode werk on mud, which I warrant, at greatly reduced , prlcpM. A 11 mending done with neatness and dls pnich. With ninny thank for the llhernl pntron bi. for muny yenra, of iny old frlcnd and customer, I moat repeetrnlly solicits con tinuance of tlieanmo. Boots and Shoes. b-ntlcmen rcldlmr'lw thw eoantry, by pnrefiilly exumlnliiK the following cntx, cn h tnkn tn'1r own inciiRiiro, ami fiend to the oldmiil well known lioot and Mine Htnnd of Jolin Kick, Wont Hide Public rfciuaro, Cluxk-vlllc,Tcnncaiw.-o, when a GOOD I'll WILL BE GCARAXTEED, If properly tak...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 May 1868

I 5M aajaa2tt3 RATES OF ADVERTISING. STtn Vnei or tern, torfd Konpdrtit, eonttltutt MO. 8QVAm. 1 MO 1 MO Ho 0 mo 12 MO 2 so 4 fin II on ( no is no Sim t (m 10 (m 12 no i nil Oil 10 Ut 12 MI Ift 00 l'l nu 10 wi I'i (' iJ on M oil ml mi 13 (HI 13 Ml !M 2 Oil Wi 00 l" Oil 17 U. iil Ou l 110 AO I") 2" . Ill (in : 10 11 () . mi o ' Wl '10 no iii iMi 1 Rquan) .. 3 HuiiHr)H.m...-ii 8 Hoiiare i i uliiinii a OII1MIH Z f 'uluiiin...... Column. To Advertisers. F.rtln. sdverttslnt tv ennt.-ivt. fr Ittven time, will tie confined to the.'r lcgltl in m linirln.-; anything outside of thl. will lie charged for separately. t- Advertisers, for specified tlmt. cx cwillim three month., will hnve the prlvl lin of rulif'whiK tlHT ailverllNciiiel.it. ni.irtcrlv all extra change will be Clin rued for. r p.iiilile-colnmn advertisement, will be churiicd one-third more tbtm regulnr 'rales for simile column, ar Funeral Nodes, Obituaries, or any other mailer milxwrvlnif, private merest, win iwi eiianred for. - N...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 May 1868

0 THE cilildNICLE R. W. THOMAK, EDITOR, i. . KKBLRTT. . ORATrf. NKTILKTT A OltATST, ruiu.iHiiJtiM ANf I'BormrToiim JVrnw: TVice Ptillnrt per rmniim In aoYoiirr. OlHrUiville, Tciiii.i FRIDAY,-..... MAY 22, 1808. NVEregret toneelmt there are those In the Houth who r biting at the bait thrown out by flio- bondholders In tho shape of 1 uncock and Hen tlryes, or Hancock and some oils due, as tho Democratic nominees for the approaching Presidential canvass. Ho fur as his public ucU are concerned, IlunciM'k Iwvs shown himself to bo a gentleman and a patriot,, with some nianlfcitatlonw of statesmanship. In this lu.it particular too little Is known to command public confidence-, whilst hlB education as a soldier, familiarized with absolute rule, as a necessity In the army, i. calculated to crcuto dis trust as to his appreciation of the great principles of civil liberty, and tloulit n4 to his ability to shako oil' tho In fluence of military habit and educa tlon. Perlvaps, in thehlstoryof man ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 May 1868

JHU CHRONICLE J 5. NEBLfeTT,) . .. Loral Editor. J. A. OltAStf, J MATES Of ADVKRT1HIHO. Ono dollar per aqnare of ton line or lee. CLAIIKBVILLP;, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1W8. HAii.itu.iit ii.nu taiii.k. Trains BoutU, 3.35 a.m. nnd 6.15p.m. Trains North 8.45 A. m. nnd 7.00 r. m. ; Th Federal Court at JKashville, has adjourned until the 2t)th of June. i- I- ae s Gov. Brownlow la reported to be Jn his usual health. A FTKii a lung gloomy, rainy spoil of wvathor we ure ugnln enjoying oc casions 1 mnishlnc. ' Paktie .1 intending to advertise in the Fair I'iiinphlet, arc respectfully requested to hand in their copy imme diately. . We are indebted to our old friend, FitANK Bradford, for a file of Texas papers. AVe will ecIproeato, Frank. Arrived. The seventeen year Low-cti' havearrivea' in our midst. Darn 'em ! Acquitted. Tood Lle, charged with killing Thomas Burb ridge some time ago,' In RiNwellvllle, Ws tried and acquitted lunt week. Jno.T. Campaeli., assignee, of Jno. K. Smith and Tugli lluynui, ...

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