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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 May 1868

To the Citizens of Claris ville and Sunounding Country, I! WOTTLT) STATE TttAT I IT AVE JTT returned from the Ennlern cities with a w n tua I.Mtiil nf Frandi f 1 f kfns, toaether with a very la raw stork ofj material of every kind lor maaataetmlng GOOD BOOTS AND 81.0E8, . of the latest style, all of which I bought fcir rash, whfrh enables m to make all kind of Hoot and Wvwwat errently rwlnred prlcea. A Inrae stock of made work on Jin ml, which I warrant, at grawtly redueed prlcoe. All mending don with tiewtneea ami dis patch. With many thanke for the liberal pMrow aire, fr many year, of tor old frleml and customers, I most respectfully enllelt a eon tlnuunue of tneaame. Boots and Shacn. O O O Gentlemen resldlntf tn the ennntry, by rnreftilly examlnlne-the frdltiwlnacnts.enn lake their own mra-nre, and nd to the old ami well known Ikx.t and Mhia" stand of John Kick. WMt Hide I'allieHuwre,Clurk 1IIb, Tennessee, when a CiOOD FIT TILL BI MAR15TEED, If property taken by tlx following Dir...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 May 1868

BATES OF ADVERTISING. tn Unas or Un, tolid Nonpareil, torttittite BO. SKjVARlS. 1 MO 2 UO 3 MO 8 HO 13 MO I eVpiare .-.v. 2 BO 4 ISO 00 00 15 00 I Squares..., 5 Oil 00 10 00 12 Oil 20 0i I Hqaaraa..i. 10 oo II on l oo v no y. Column.,,.,., 10 12 Oo 15 UO A) 00 Ml m Z Column-....,. 12 Oil 15 Oil 20 00 'id 00 S3 00 V. Column,..... lft Oil 17 00 mi X, oo AO oo i Column .- 21 no 50 oo !W no 45 no Hi no Column ;0 no :i5 On m no ho on Ino no To Advertisers. mw Parties advertising lij" contract for n liven time., will he confined to thlr letl niate biiKlnifui; anything outalae of tills Will bRhtti'KHl for separately. mtr Auverllaera, for a aiieclflerl time, ex ceeding threo moiilha, wl(l have t he privi lege of renewing ibelr Uverllciiii-iita quarterly; ull extra chnntfcs will be chamis! for. ... . . liouble-eolumn advertisements will he charge! one-third more Minn rcgulur rutca for allude columns. r Kum-rnl Notlt, Obituaries, or nny other matter auliaurvlng private Interest, will i charge...

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 May 1868

THE CirilONICLE K.W. THOMAS, rriToic j. a. nrt;i,?Tr. ' .a. okakt. IV WMslZT'V Ac O II A IS X, rt'w.inuriis as rkoHHieruiM. J'.'.d.- 7'Vcr ZV'trfrntinit In nrfretiec. ClurlviU-, Xouu.r FEIDAY, MAY 29, ISCS. TilC pollticnl plptw, of the time are. to our mind, clearly huliciitlve of 1 trouble nhcatl not of nccewity, butl''t lu U l")llt.leal rights, must ho - . . 1 t.11.11.. .II...U...J -.1.1. t - contingent i'iott nsmiw nmblllon, pervcrelty ufjtiri.vtaent rnl lll-foundei) prejudice. Thcru i not nn honect Tint-riot in the fenio-rntie nrOonwrv ntlverimks whore llrvt tvish I'wrtot for the ovei throw of ruiilieulii-m, or who will net protter 1i!m btt cHorta for that end. In all this he ish(no4 find plnecre'; but rarlitipx he litis mnde up Lin mind Unit thin vltul object can be ! Mcomplihhtd oidy through the nxen-; hiin n their Ii vinrr exponent, cy of certain meu-urc- nnd a part ten-1 We publish the platform in another lar man. j place and ask nil to read it nnd esti- Ve uro free IovoiiIu...

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 May 1868

THE 'CHH0KICLE J 8. NEBLETT.l J. A. GRANT, J Local EtHtort, katrs AoviitrmiMo. Orj eMlar per nqtinr of ten linn or lea. CLAtlKSVlLLE, FRIDAY, MAT , IW AAIl.no A II TIME T AB1C Trains Bonth.XM A.M. nnd .15r.M. Trains North 8.' A. M. ttnd 7.fiO P. M. 2fEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A stock of goods, on Franklin street. For particular sea R. "W. Humphreys. Administrator's notice of estate of W. Parry, dooeascil. J. F. Couts, undertaker, will sup ply caskets and coffins of every kind. Read the advertisement of Wilcox A Olbbs Family Sewing Machine In another column. County . Convention. Xoxt Monday Is the day suggested for a convention of the Conservatives to appoint delegates to attend the Con vention at Nashville, which meets op the Atu Inst. Bomb ten or twelve persons atached themselves to the old school Presby terian Church, lu this city last Pab bath. , ," Revival. A mcetinir has been polng otj at South Clarksvllle Motlv odist Church for several days. Her vices by Revs. West, Moone'y and Ronso...

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 May 1868

Ifo the Citizens of CrarksTilleandjConntry Merchants SnppIIed as jSarrounding Country.. I: WOlTLTi BTATK THAT I If A Vfi Jt'RT returned from tint Kuntern clil.-. win. l.iruo atock of t lie hmt brand of Knurh Calf I 'PkIhn, together Willi a very largo .tack oflK xaawwLI of every kind far manufacturing . GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, f tlio latest style., nil of which t txumM for cncli, which cnaMc. ino to make nil kind of I!onl and Hbooi. at irrcntly reduced pries. A In rim ptnrk of iniuln work on .....mo, wiiiuii . warrant, at Kruuiij reuuccu i price. I All mcrMlltis dona with nrntnww nml din- I patch. . Willi many tlinnks for tho liberal patron age, for ninny yeara.of in old friend Bnd fnwnmmi, I mol rpertily solicit a con tinuance of the huiio. Boots and Shoes. lnntiriniti TMldinst'ln fh mmitry, hf eorcfnMy extimlninK tltn follow. iu? mi1 , enn tittt ihi'lr own ni'ir. nml mnul to the Milan I well Kiwurn Hoot onlHlin' HtarnI of Join. Kirk, WVt Kt.l. 1'uMic Kciuari', Clark-1 vllln, TcniiuHs...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 June 1868

1 ' RATES OF ADVERTISING, Tm I Own or (ess, toHd Nonpattd, tfiutUuf KO. SxiABES. 1 MO 2 MO S MO ( MO 11 MO I Ruar....i 5 60 (SO JM 1(10 PS 00 II 8tmrc 6 (Ml S (Hi 10 Oil 13 (10 20 00 Houares . II 0l 10 Ml 11 00 IA 00 2.'. (10 x: ('olunin 10 0(1 lii n 15 Oil 'M 00 W) OU y. Column........ 12 00115 On 30 Oil 25 00 85 00 y, I 'oluinii 15 00117 0(1 'i'l on :I5 00 50 Ml .J Column 25 (JO iW 00 Hft () 45 (10 5 00 1 column. :i 0"' 15 (i 40 oiim no urn io To Advertisers. Parities advertising by eontraet. for a Klven time, Will lie confined to their lnaltl liinto hotilnem; anything outside of this will bechanced for separately. Advertisers, r n stieclflad time, ex pending three months, will have the prlvl 1'K" of renpwtng tholr advertisements Mmtrterlyi all ealra change, will bo cluugi'd for. pouble'eohimn advertisements will r charged one-third more tliuu regular rut' for single columns. tm- Funeral Notices, Obituaries, or any nthnr matter subserving private Internal, will he charged for. Not...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 June 1868

THE CHRONICLE R. V. THOMAS, EDITOR, J. B. Bm.f.TT. ' J. A. GRANT. ri'm.witBiM aid ruoHiimnin-t. Tcrmn Jhrce Dolton prr annum In adtvmte. CluckHville, TouiiJ FRIDAY,.., ....JUXE 5, 1808. In nnt lHpation of the action of the 2?ew York Convention, It is not mm- ual to see, lu Northern Democratic i papers, the brottd ground taken that defeat, In Koreiulxf, will bo profcrn ' blc to a victory thnt fulls short of the popular endorsement of the browlest principles of Democracy represented ' l-y the storrtpst advocates of three principles. The cry of " t w hole loaf, . or no bread" may be vastly patriotic In those whoe friwichiweg arc not vi olated and who political necks are i not yet under the heel of theKizzurri- footed negro. But mich Hhouldncith . it be the feeling nr the policy of flic fionth, whose first prayer hIiouM be ' for deliverance from combined Itadl- cal and Ethiopian bondage. Thltibc : ixig acconipllMlied, the w ay Is made easy forthe adoption of audi measures as the wisdom ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 June 1868

. THE CHRONICLE J B. NEBLETT,-! J. A. OnANT, j Local EdUoti. BXTK8 OF ADVKRT18INO. , Ono dollar per square of ten line or lew. CLAKKJiVlI.LE, FRIDAY, JUNK 5, lfW. i RAILMOAD TIN K TABLK.-Trains Booth, .85 A. M. and 9.16 1'.M. Trains North 8.4!i A. M. ft!0j 7.00 P. M. : Qvabterly Mebtiko. The third Quarterly mcetlnir for this station will be hclil by Kov. It. P. Ilnnsom at tho Methodist church In this city on to-morrow and next clay. A full attendance la requested. Information Wanted. James A. Johnson, son ofWra. Left wishes o hear from liln relations who live nomewhere In Missouri. If Josiah i Henry and Lindsay McCary uliouUl ece this they will please address him at Clarksvlllo, Tenn. i i Masonic Funeral. Tho funeral ot Mr. John Dillon will he preached near hla former residence on Sabbath next. A t pedal train for tho accnm inodatloii of Masons will go as far as Corbandalo on Sunduy morning. It will leave at 7 o'clock, a. in. Tub ex amination at the Female Academy will commence next...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 June 1868

To the Citizens of Clarksville and Surrounding Country. I; WOULD TATK THAT T ITATE JfBT roturnvl from the Kantcrn cities with a lrnn liKh(i thelwatbramlof French Calf fckiiin, together will) a very larKR etock of material oi every Kinu iur manufacturing fiOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, nt Llio Intent style, nil of which T bought fur caslt, which enables n to make all kind nl Hoot and Hhnee at greatly reduced prices. A liirtO' Hlnrk of miule work on liaml, which I warrant, srt greutly reduced prlnea. All mending dona with neatness and dis patch. With many thanks for the. liberal patron age, for mnriy year, of my oM frten'ls and xiiNloiiwni, I moot reapectfully oollclla con flnuunce of thciuiiiio. Boots and Shoes. cjotitlrmen rMMInff'ln the. country, by earelully examining the following cut, can tukn t hnlr own nimifttire. ami wnd to the nldnnil well known Hoot and BhocHtnnd of .lohii Hick, WiwtHhlnPuMlcrVjuarc.Clarka villo, Xoiinessce, when a M)OI) FIT WILL RE GIARASTEED, If properly taken by ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 June 1868

...... I I' - f RATES OF ADVERTISING. Unet or tew, soHit -JVotiparerf, eeruttfufe a flfxare. MO. SQ.UARS. MO 3 HO MO S MO IS I 1 Pliiare....... B Htuiaro....,, U Hijiiiire...,, j ('oliiuin.., Column..., K Cnliinin.., ; Column..., I Column. , 9 60 6 00 8 IX) 10 00 1'J 00 lf 00 25 00 :ot nil 4 60 . oo 8 00 10 00 VI Oil 15 00 'JO 00 a Oo (0 40 Oil1 00 13 00 16 00 20 00 itt (10 ' (X) 45 00 15 On 30 00 io on 25 00 no oo 85 (Kl 60 on m no inn nil VI (HI 1.5 Ou 17 WO DO 00 : Oil iflo on To Advertisers. mir Parties ertvertMna by contract, for a given time, will be confined to their 1k1I1 iimln IiiikIiicxn; anything: ouUIUo of tills will hechnr;ed for separately. Advertisers, for a suecMed time, ex-ciH-dinK three months, will have the privi lege of rciK'WhiK their advertisement Umirteily; ull extra cliauge will be charged f,r. Ixiiililn-noliimn nrtvprtlnement will be churned one-third mors than ri'Kulur rati'" forKltiKle column. - Knncral Notice, Oblttmrle. or but ollwr mutter milxuirviim pr...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 June 1868

THE CHRONICLE Rc W. TnOMAH, EDITOR: r. k. HMltTT. .3. A. HHAKT. . ,,. rUUI.lHIIIUta AMU PIUIVHJMTOU.M., ( . Trt mil t'hrre Mtari jwr annum in atlrwice, Clttl-ICHVlllO, rJTcuu.t rmiAV, JUNK 12, vm. Mb. Tiim ah, our Heiilor editor, hiw been quite 111 fur Mm past wui-k, liut we are prrat Illed to lie nblo tu Hate that lie l now nun vitlwlng, ami will probnbly be bte te re mime hU edltorlnl clutle next week. - tXAIIUHTlM.K III II.IIN AKO I- . ATiosr. We unilerM nm! a uier-tlirp wns to be laid nt the Court-house hint night, to inaugurate, or ralhor to rcucltnto, tho " ( 'larks vll to lluiltling and Loan Awot'laMnn,,r hut us wo have to go to prws uu Tliuraduy wc can ouly give the object of the Association oh we underxtAnd It, with some vlewn, or the skeleton of a plan, which wan to be offered by it person w ho In nomewhat prominent In tho initiative. , Our readers will remember tlint this Asso ciation was ttttemptcd to be formed and we believe a charter obtained from the legislature Junt ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 June 1868

1 JJ-JJ-l. ME CttltfttttCEE J . NEBLETT, J.. A. eilANT, . Rate or AHVEHTIMKO, . ,'. fine dollar per aqnnro of ton line or 1pm. qtAKUnVII,l,K, FIUDAYiIUKB 12, IWi. RAILKOAU TI.WK TA1II.F.. Trains Month, 8.3 A. X. nd 6.18 r. M. Trnlut NorlS 8.15 A. M.nidJ.Wl-. V, , . Ooi.n opened )h York, on the tlth nt lWM,mvnnotnn loitS.iMidoloatnR.at 61!M. Cotton Dull and Blinde lower; enlcs tOOlrtiloa nt 30c fnr middling upliiml. ,-, . hi .. Uiu Danoihu. l'rof. JicOray ItenncLs' clnw tnoct to-iriorrnw nfterfioon yt o'clock, Ht tho Ili-nry Houw. , The Wheat linrvct, In thin section, lmi eoininenoed, and . prtniilmu an ubiindaiH fluid. , " ' -v BajtisT Churc h. We loam that our Bnptktt 'friends have .let out the contract building the brick Work of thoir nt-w church, to some parties lit Louisville, at $4,500. Episcopal BKityicK. Ulwhop Quiutard vvlll hold scrvico at the Episcopal cliurch In this city on fcut urday night, and Hunday morning at 10 o'clock. At 6 o'clock Sunday . aftenioon, lie ill dedic...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 June 1868

Tgthe CitizoM of Clarfavilland ' ' Carronnfiiig' Country. f, WOriJO PTATK THAT f KKTK XPBT , IVHirnfo ipho inn riwtvin cini wiiii w inra atonk of n heat brand of French t'alf dklDt, together with a very large Mock of material of every kind for manufacturing GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, f tfta latest atylea, nlT ftf which I bought for cokIi, which ennlilM m to make all kinrtaof Boot and Hhneant area sly reilaced price. A lanrn Block inado work on Tmnrt, whleh J warrant, at grautly reduced prion. All mending done wit n seatnow and dla patch. With many thank for the liberal patron age, for many yearn, of my old friend and uMniiinr, I mnat reapectfully solicit ooa tinuaace mt Uitumv Boots and Shoes. Gentlemen realdlwrTlii the country, by arefully examining thefiillowlnKcuta,cn take tholr own meuKiire, and Mind tu the old and well known Knot and HhneHtnnd of John Hick, Went Hide Public Square, ClarUs vllle, leniieiweo, when a 00D FIT WILL BK GUARANTEED, If properly taken by the following Direct...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 June 1868

RATES OF ADVERTISING. ivn Itnm or leu, tvlldt ItonpartU, eontUtdtt a Hquare. HO. SUUARK. 1 MO 2 MO 3 MO 0 MO 13 MO S 00 t 00 16 00 10 on li oo 20 uo VI Oil I'l 00 SIS 00 15 00 20 00 80 ) 20 00 23 01 W 00 a On ;V no ( ; 10 45 00 (V 00 in rm m m inn m 1 rVpiare 3 Hi u it rea 8 H'iunrei y. t'oluinn... Ji Cols run...., Column... 2 80 b IX, 4 AO 10 U 11 IKl! Column.: Vl't On1 1 Column on To Advertisers. Br Parties advertising by contract, for a ylvon tlinu, will beeoiiMneil to their logltl mitie hiiKlnuaa; nnyllilnic outalde of thla will he charged for atpariiloly. I- Advei(!Ms, for a specified time, ex ceciltnu three iiioi.tlm, will have th prlvl IcR" r renewing their ndvertlKeinent (lu'nrtniiyi all extra change will be eliiiririMl for. r Pmililo-cohinin advertisement will be charged oiin-tlilrd mors thuu regular rate" lor lnilu column. - i- uncial Notice, Obituaries, or any other mutter mlliaerTlng private 1 a teres t, Will lie charged f'r. .- Notlcca In local nnd special column nre ma...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 June 1868

uprngymm nwminmiii sMasM THE CHUONICLE1 i n.n.-,-, Lv-"r7T7r,,TT .cart-n -rrrr- R. W,"T1HMIA8, liVDITOK. rta..::-.-,."::;:; casw.: "." " S. K. Wkiii.IMV. 1 ' 1 ' '. A. Alt AMU v.'VtrBi.wutwi aji rioii'itisions. 7rmt: JlVo-.r iKHan prr annum ui ittlivncr. CJlu t'UMVlllo, Xeim.r FKIDAY, JUNK 19, fW. Tex iTuy of winl-ponsclouunc;', without ability to rctul or the facility to think, aon.'ls one hack, at least n month, behind the march of current eventa. J,u times, like thee, when every chmige is for the worse, and ev ery Mvp, one, usurer to the" flrml ca tastrophe. Mich unconsciousness ' might be deemed a relief from corrod-1 . " .... " i III ruroa nun uiiiiiiiMt'eui. nmni'., i , . ., .... , , . . , , ,.i ,. ' i (U'tit than that he should linvc re- flnd, perhaps, would he, were it not ... ,. ,. , . it ' ... ,, ,, ceived the entire lladieid vtte. that the conviction clings lo u thai .. , , . , . . , , , , , 1 Iteveniy Johnson can never ntone wo ore bemir drnggisl along, at n'r .. . . . ,...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 June 1868

1 THE CIIJiONICLE J 8. KEBLETT.Y ' ' BATEi or AvtTtktiirxo. One dollar per square of ton line or less. t'ljARKHVILIE, FRITAY, JtnK J, WA. HAII.HOAD TIME TAI1I.F. Trains South, S.35 a. M. nd 6.15 p. u. Train North 8.4'i A. M. ami 7.00 r. M. ' A Kl'uuestion. Tticse hot, dull t'unox, wo would suggest to our busi ng) men tho proprloty of Closing up lit half past live In the evening so an to allow their clerks time for reerea- t ion. If it i(MH no other rood It will i.rcvont Home of thorn from sleeping 1 , i o themselves to douth. CatJEcn Di;mcATioN,-St. i An drew's Chapel, lately erected In South t'lurksvllle, by the Episcopal dunom inn(tt)i), wan dedicated by Bishop Quihtiml, last Sabbath. A very large eongregalion was present to witness tho Interesting ceremonies. Cl.ATtKSVITXE BUIMIINO AND Loan Association. We publish t'l.-iowherc In to-day's paper the pro ceedings of this Association ut their inccetliifr on Thursday night of last week. This Is ti subject of Vital Im portance to the ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 June 1868

To the Citizens cf Clarksville and Surrounding Country.- S 'WOULD RTATK THAT 1 H WE JURT remrnru iron, me fjmHrn cines wun a an stock of tlielx-at tiriunlof Krcncli Calf Hk in. toactlier with ft very lame stock of nauirmi 01 evury ninu lor miiiiunu-luung GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, et the Intent styles, nil f whteh. I bouaiit for ciuli. which ennltle m to mnke bII klmWof Ttoots ami Hhovsnt greatly reiluced prices. A liirttH ntiM'k of made, work on liiiii'l, which 1 warrant,, at grout iy reduced prices. All memling done with neatness end dis patch. With many flmnks for the liberal pntron , for many yenr, of mr old friend and eustoiners, I mt respectfully aollclt a con tinuance of (he name. Boots and Shoes Oontlcmen resl'llng'ln the country, by enrelully examining the foil owl n a; cuts, cun take their own meiisure., and send to the old and well known Hoot andHhoeHtnnd of John Kick. Went hide Public ttquuro.Uurka vlllii, Teiiuwiseo, when a GOOD FIT WILL BE GtARAXTEED, if properly taken by 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. — 26 June 1868

i ,-Tm7T 7-nf RAtES OF AtiVfcRTlS.HG. Tm Una or iu, oM4 iVonfxirra, eoiurtfrufe HO. SQUARES. 1 MO 2 MO 8 MG'! MO 13 MO 1 Square...... in 4 50 S0OOM) IS 00 it Huure iff) 8 00 10 00 19 00 20 00 Huunres . I Oil 10 00 13 00 1 00 W 00 1 Coluiau 10 00 II 00 1 00 '20 00 KO 00 y. Uilnmo.... 13 0" lo 00 20 00 83 00 XL Column...... 1ft 00 IT 'J 2 00 M 00 W 00 f-J Column,.,. 25 0 DO 19 (0 15 00 " On 1 Column -io no w no 4ii on o on i.' no To Advertisersi , , Parties advertising by contract, for ft given tlniB, will iMicoiillncd to their legiti mate luminous; anything outside of tl1 will becliiirKed for separately. Advertisers, for specified time, ex ceeding three months, will have the prlvl lege of renewing llielr advertisements ipinrterlyi nil mtra changes will be 'chars-eil f'r. - . iXHihlo-eolnmn advertisements will be churned niie-lliird mors thun regular rates fur single rolinnns. n- Funeral Notice, Obituaries, or any otlmr matter subserving private interest. Will be charged fir. - N'otin...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 June 1868

THE CHRONICLE 1 'Tt.'W.-.TIiOM'AfJ, EDITOR. . n. ami t rr. J. A. ft it ART. ,., ., rTHIllHUliU; AN KMlll'UIKM.IW. Txrmu Thr-m Dalian prr an mnn in rfi-ftiire. JIa fUmvllff, Tomi.t ritlDAY,. .TtTXK 20, iflos. A vi:V niMnken Importance ni-nm to- lm- att.-irhr-d, Iiy the Prows pfncrnlly, fc Hie mUm-iihtm of the New York World, whose chief ili l r,liko Cnpt. Jilgettj,'i ready, for I.V, to enlist untler any linnnor, anl xtillkpCnpt. DulRi-tty, Is ready, with out any regard to itiin-liiliiio or wil-tti-tvy honor, t: civllst utuler two IlHing bannm at once. Whilst Het-'mlnj to fight In th demoerntlc rank, thu HWfJ Is a nt efilelont ally of Radicalism acting at one time, flic doublo port of trultor and py. It Is In this charafitcr that Re niHtinics to dictalc Ur tl'w eew York Convention what Its fintirysfcotiWlH', nnl Mk t hc-H forftrn platform1 upon which 'Wt'nffclli I'hllllps could stand and Jit pci ftictly at tiome. And what Is tho character of that platform? It constats of two simple pr...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 June 1868

tTHB GHltONICLE 3 S. HBIU.KTT,) ... - . -, ,v ...:. i t ytof4 Kliltrt. J. A. GRANT, J . BATK4 C-V AnVKHTIKINa, One dollar per sqiisris often linen or 1cm. CLAKKrSVII.LK, I'M DAY, JUNE 19, 11. . KAII.KOAB 'TlMte Attl,K. Trains Huuth,a.3 A. at, and 6.16 Pi M;'. Trains North S.45 A. M. and 7.(10 p.m. 4 Ootrt In Hew York, on Weil, was firmer, rlsinittoteOS. and closing at ltOHandltt'. Cotton flnll and lower jaolea W bale ut HOC for middling uplands. The Gymnasium Association. Tim vouncrtrctitU'incn comnoHlnK this " . . -. Afwoulntion are making preparation : to Klve tin entertainment on the 7th of July. They' are rehearsing some buRiitiful playsj and will have excel lent vocal and Instrumental music with which' to enliven nnd Interest those who mnynttend. The precise place cannot now bo stated, but pro grammes will bo Issued soon, setting forth the whole proceedings in detail. The Gymnasts are using all lauda ble exertions to secure funds sufllclent to build a Hall, the dimensions of -w...

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