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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 January 1869

-r Wff'1-'r'1-' i wii'iiiihhwi.v Tlllf CltliONlCLK. CLABK8VIUE, flUBAT. IK'S. 29,' 'Ci) I'rotii (he American Block JmiVnnl.) DIFFERENT UKEEDS OF CATTLE. The Froflts and! Losses "' OP TUB IHSUR&HCE BUSINESS! Within the present century, the attention of stock raiisers - lias been pyen to improving cat'.la in all do d'rablo qualities. ' The great differ cuoo ia bomo points has led to di viding cattle into different families or breeds. It is the objoct of the present ,osny to point out soma of the characteristics of the leading breeds; although in the limited rfisec assigned, this must bo doho in cry brief manner. The breed to which tho most attention fit present is directed is of the family of Short Horns known ns '' .1, ('.!. ' 1HJEI1AM8. TIioho aro generally of a roan o spotted red and wliito color, al though sometimes of a pure white or deep rrd. They are well shaped, and contain great weight of carcass in tho smallest dimensions. Durham cattle make superior oxen, and aro tho mr...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 January 1869

s fact that he wnn ....., -- ute in Loafing our testimony to ;"t!us prorata of the. distribution of i. iin. . cntiutefuNjthe banks arenubJccLtQny nTYi'gJL ' 7 lP T J J 4tW,?AllY, llOO GOOD BOOTS AND SIfOES, of thp latpM Kb-to, i of whl'rb I BonliI ur ru.sU. M lil. u lu.hli 41m tu iuW&n 3K,rit" bun olMuM it .izo otoiIT gLiiiianVr 39, 1869. .Juite Ihc, wlilrh prove .,, . Y u j,1.iiiiii.v H'X ; 'I'M' .'.,? ,f ,l -i'VL'if rfeceipts, laxpnaitiirc, KlitVmnteU: Btd., biftlaej ftfypfugfeemprehensive statement of rthe, receipts, estimates, er pcn jltaressndjoher makers bearing upon the condition of the Government, has Wb comp He'd fVom'ofucia! data,' and furnished to the Room committee onfJiropiiAtions; ballon, pyij WeDa, SpodaJ CommMoBer of the Reve nue and will be found of interest and raise : ' -i v s' Deficiency qalled for in November. 1867.., , 115,(64,016 00 lfefiefcncy-called for1 in 9)clmber; 183 J.:JL....:.aI V 21,345,1(1 100 l)e&nber, ISjUTha Secretary f,tAe Treasury ostima...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 January 1869

mrtj.-V '"r-Tf'"" alon- ;7""' ,,le 'act that 1,. " ,u,Vnd,)N,. .. """' u we iwiv""" "WJimhij, h onDDunmi xx. """i lift. It tIrrir , . " "ogroni ('Intuit tipplcniwi 1UEW GOODS . .ii Li? C rixi ksvllit". rV.iav.' JaiiraV" IMt AT - - -. 0!d Head and Young Ilearts at 1 j:ie ilnv Wt wool, nliun ilio oars 4 n t'.iu JMnwae- raflroad vera Wfid- mi? iit JliilJlutown. u lady of very pro iiu;-.osiii!i nriiciiratice ami apnmeiit- ly much excited, introduced herself unceremoniously m the male car. Hie OA'p'iiinod that the wna Keeking concealment from a gonticniau on the traiUjikotp she was eoaingly atvx ions to nvonl. Hardly taking time t'i halt, slis jiaHsel into the biigguge car, and refuftsed to leave it except by coiiijiulsion. 'Slib said the 'was a married woman, that her hunband lived in New Oilcans, that ho was somewhat- WBHteady, wtiiid , wild, but inn uivi.ifi truaiuu ncr wen; mat 806 had been home on n visit for a year past, and that her father wag unwill ing to let her go UacTc to her...

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 February 1869

s TERMS OF, SUBSCRIPTION.. p0 DOUlds 1 TEAt.lI ADVAICE , H.'Q it Paid Within Eli Moithi. ; 8.00 at the Knd of the Tear. .r o 13 w o it iv Xfatljf and Promptly Xxecnted. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Tjikrr were two hundred and three l i humr killed by lionwa and vehicle i i t!i Rtreeta of Loudon last year. iC hi number, elKhty-thre were kiU i hy bornt-4, twelve by omntbua-twenty-one by cab rty-fl ve by v.ina nr wagona, Heveu by draya, forty 1 h !' by oart and Mlty-eVht oy other v liu'len and heavy wagon driven tl'i' Hili tlie atrepta with velocity by unskilled drivent. The number of i'ioni killed b: earriairo awildent lh I!.') thoroughfares of the metropo lis i- very noarly equal to the loss of I iic i"i all the railway of England nii i Wales together. 1 hp. Cincinnati Gazette (Radical) .n.v, in regard to the President' re I 'y to the resolution of theBenateln- luiring by what authority he ixsued in.: ;roclamation of unlveraal pardon uml amnesty, the I'rcttldeut'a reply iiving, thut lie did ...

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 February 1869

THE CHRONICLE' $:n. KKBtrrr.- ; 3. .v. cmAirrJ ruled Hrm nil tho Wpectatlon'f ot .VJ.t'I' A" "",HUJft v "4 planters liave.besrtTtlta1 cw'Pfc In mLBLkTT, UUm&.MLOMOX,iliitan ofJiiJir ainibles hvh,g r Wiouji .fcu i-rtoj-itiT jiw. "too hlffh Ift onle'l' We w'oulit ifgot'h TVwm.- Tvu 1 iMtr4 i-rr auiimn In aUcansf. This is a Wium . MAN'e : EWMKiil-ttt IT UC.110VKftS!Bujorrtcr wm hot Jcnep, hlld "tills frtft Ih V WiitTfh M Jf,.3 0f well known to all of our buyer who CJlnrltivlll", 1.'en.t ' ---I -n-alumnier only can pnrchano to ad FRIDAY , l-'Ell. 5, lSCrVaiituce. Our market thus fur lin '- l"!mmmmm7- . '.. 1 11 ... ! '"' Tilt f?fTKASf! ot sMti'ic t- i Pcnreely a day paiwr-s that we do not And In aoiiio of our ' exehnnges; tlm mekenlng detail of moiii crime buyer, w.e feel confident thatClarks flufflcfpnTly LorrlUi) in IU nature to villa will Outstrip herself this season, appall the KtouUwt lietH-t, Kven the end continue the greatest tobneeo hiiporflojul observer ca Ht ivvoid 'market...

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 February 1869

mmSP THE CHRONICLE ri BI.Iflllr.IW AKD PROfBIKTOIt. BATE OF ADVr.RTlfllMl. do floliiM i(!ii()trl f tkri lm r less1. I'KAUKMVIIXK, PHI HAY, FKlt. ft. IP iiwl llAIUUkAs) TIUfcTARIU. - ' rronlnR Train, f'orfh, 10T nl lUV i Morning trains. North, leave nt .8!i. Kvonlng trains, Bouth, leave a1. 0.20. .Mointna trains, South, leave nt S 85. rFieJA't train. Hnl,lventH.Tj AiV, Ficlitht tralnn, North, leave nt S.10 P. M. CROSS MARK. In future, we trill make a cross mark on Ihr. mar' yin, "J our.papfrt-ioi U Juiificuion 10 a'l patrons whose (irncbf subscrin fion hat .expirr.tL. Xook ,uu for Vie vro't 'mark cma renew your ub eeription at ofc..,. ( Many of the lejjal profession of thin jilueo liavo been absent this week, In nt endttnee atonurt lii Hprlngflefil.'"'- -- f. TtiHitop McTtrttUfcSvlll preach at Iho M. E. Churcunext Sunday morn ing and Dr. Green at night. , W. T. Hhackkvokd'sTakneuy. Thin establishment In one of the moat complete, In all Its appointment, in the city. We will endeavor t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 February 1869

Tim CHRONICLE. The Profits and Losses FOX & SMITH, FRECH & COURTS, 1311 AN GRUAT excttehent DE. LIMERICK'S THK- CURK8Y1LLI, FSIB1T, tit. I, m. rnnosornT or indkedraimng. Tlio following from tho New Eng land Farmer will help to illustrate the great importance of underdraw ing, and will show why it ia so much inaistad on by intelligent and scicn tide agricnltvriHtu : When soil Is wet the heat of the sun which ia intended to warm the oil ia expended in evaporating the water from the surface,' and thua the wurmth which ia necessary to the growth of plants does not rench their roots. When a Boil ia dry it often becomea 20 or 30 degrees warmer than the atmosphere, above it, but a soil filled with water ia cooler than the atmosphere. When a soil ia too Wet the plant food which it contains is a j much diluted that a greater quanti ty of fluid must bo taken up by the roots, or it will not receive due nour ishment. The vessels of tho plant will be gorged with ao much water that the pl...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 February 1869

. ..w.. n-......-.-. - iM'ui'in-' must, ne rt'ueuiou.x; nu- canlnf ohm In iith.rfrmlf;.tiiMfT,... ni, and CityJlJ,l.tt,,.t, ,in,s.,m ' T -m" i jri : I CHTOiMIC EMEMT. February 5, I860. loin n bimie crest o ilf of luty it id 114 d am ml iu rlHrlM( r lor fr ho tin; Ymi A 4 lOMlt uvomu ills nn rill II lib f our t r''t; r in fron Uil k will ' Us th most II it nnJ lot Of g jvl, el ily fair . bo iiu look a iment iiiHdr ineri ... ..I. ....I I 1.-, ..,..) MUNICIPAL AFFA1BS. Slay r ..Cobb's me-aort-Candltlon ef tk City riuiww, Etc. 2b A CWfecrw V Clarhville; Du ring my connection with the munici pal affairs of your city, I have from time to tinie( In accordance with What I conceived to be my duty, laid before you such statement of city af faire as I deemed would prove inter esting, or at least give you a correct understanding of the financial and other matters In which you all are deeply Interested j and on the present occasion I shall enter somewhat more Into details of city affairs, from t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 5 February 1869

t. Urec1f,ift'rtttl'tirc(ia9l6t6nnobtruc- of Hrownlowism domuiid all Abamkwv Uie organisation iitonce.S Uwtir.m.m.ret.aiid8nuiiinco,rh,s. imncratlvdy.ThBUtorniwt VouaxeMP.n g001 ft'f yoMm;lvea . ,.-1 -g v; .-.i I 72 -'i CSOOO Tl' .M til illi'l oui r a IT 1 1 r ti lub iir t Uo ton ' CO ) II ilc il '110 .l.ii ntV au it s i.lo by it fll'SeIlU'llS nffm!-iiw. nn.l SUOUIU L'C Clironichv.upplemcat iarksvllle. '''Friday, Feb. 5,'- 186 A Ranuoon journal reports the c rueiiix t ion of a learned juan for his religious frncts, at! Mandalay,", the on pi til of Iiunmiit. I ho following is said to bo a true aUtowciit , of the immo ; A Buruiau of grout recpectn bility, and in his own way a highly educated man, bogun to denounce the worship of the 1'oongoen, na .being npt only wrong In itself, .bnt contra ry to tno truo spirit or pure iiuud disui. llet t!)6 eunie time exposed the gross abut-a of power which is so com toon among tho men of the yel low robes, and tho iniquities in which too many of th...

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 February 1869

r -, t - yvz, TERMS OF SU CSCRIPTION. .. , . i TWH DHlAKlf A TI UK, IX AimCK . U4 If fall Will. '4 III Sdntl; .1 o ii won k Xrillr Mi tinmpi 1 reca(t4. ' - J" JLlL"ii-- TUB MISTER! SOLVED. .......I af llta ajaawItU Hom ' Mill. UuiltMfrH 'I lm WUiwInf In yn rl "f tfw l.-tlinony imlfiilltI lilMe: liimon i . I.v iiiaHiMMrial Commit t.,tih-Ufrutl. I,VJH.Ul.m)i;iV;r"l'i"'1Cinpuny have tw.. other . . . V I t.. ri I valuable Jew to oIhthwc of, It good i.t.l.nhll.iU wrr mimI from fW ,Hlrtng territory. Tlie company It. Iiotli r, 11. H. l'rliu, W. A. Hill,1 hnve already engines, and prgyarlng Tli. II. Pmllh, K. A. Jtmr, J mm, Mi.;iw, V. W. (oleinnn nml 8. V. JUMitll fiMilllir, n. HI TTKB HWOHX. Mr. Hullor Ulna luterroiraUwl liy t r.iiiiiiiftf -. ftt'T that he wai Pre. t I' m ,f II in Nnlloiml Hunk of Mem ' 1 . 1 i - t k. li. 1.7 u t i l.V nary investment. Don't want to In r,t..., .iltl i-lot-kbo-l. ft " " ni.e anybody against thel will, u,i.Kh"ldT to the ainountor ,.,,. " . r,m:kRl.l. mo. anr...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 February 1869

"1 J. 8. SK-MiTT. j J. A. OilABT.. tfEBLETT, GRANT & SOLOMON, j IDITOIU) AMI 1'IHM'RIKTOItS.r . War in H USuu 1 U li t pm iltimim in tfUimie. Tim ts' jc Whitr. Maw's Oot- KItNMKXTLt.'! Trl jJi: 4TOVKHXE1) by Whitk .Mt:i. ?lnrl-wyllv 'lnn,t ;jtxh.day,.; ......... FKB. 12, 1800 '! ,i TUB JIIMflAJ ' " l.,ll . r . . Mi. Patterson Introduced ii .e(u tion h tlio H-iinto, on Monday, r lliu Governor to ilmb-iul all tmt Ibnr mmpflnic tf the- mrl ilia, atytjn?, n Jila .reason for ,o dying, Htliit .tlitralive.4by' mirj rfef-d vit Vlifch thrl trrtops nrofborng- chllsfod nnd iniisti:rcl Into the Held, lisifjawnk cnel the law nbitllnfj citizen 'of said counties (wliero the militia U to be Kent) to thri necessity ftf prompt and decisive action on their part, resulting in mIIingliKlhr'the'iciti7itiiM nf tho respective counties, wliohave adopted ft'.solutioiw pludgin;; their Influence, Jhcirllvc, and iinipcrty, tCncpeSHary, for the niaintenaiice of peace and the proper and ju.st .enforcement of ...

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 February 1869

THE CHRONICLE I't ni.I.SIIEltX AND 1-lllll'lllKTIIltH. KATE or ADVKIITISIMO. bha dollar per armnrw of trn Hum of less. CI.AUKMVlI.l.li, KftlDAY, FF.II. 12, 1H()!. HAIMtOAl.TIIF. TARI.r. pvajiiuj Tmlnfl, North, kmva at c.10, Mornlnir trains. North, leave nt KvuiiIiik train, Mouth, leave nt 8.20. Mornlnr trnlns, South, leave, nt A Jl". Frtfiftht trains, Smith, renvaat II. Hi A. . FrelKtit trnliiH, North, leavo nt 8.10 p. M. A C 11 OSS MA UK. In future we will mtikr; a cront )imrk on the nmr jiu of our paper,- iirnntijlcjlin to iilf patron u'ho&c (Imc'of auhwrip tiun Itan cfpirvd. . Look txttjurfhe a'ox mark and renew your' sub ncrijition at once. Coi.i.kction. A. very handsome mini wan collected for Indian Miss Ion,' Inut fttindny, "nf the M.'H. Church, nt the tjosu of IHshop Mc-i Tyel ru'8 sermon. 4, In JycK. Mr. Mry A. Ilolicrt, of this county,' drew a 'XViieeler & Wilson Mvlnir m'nchlne -vahu'd nt wvunty-Hv Uollurs, iu J. li. Goila 'diiy'Hlast drawing.. ' :; TiiK asKessmeut...

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 February 1869

THE CHRONICLE. eUBKSVIUEt rSIDIT, FEB. 1 '69. The Profits and Losses TIIE- IMPttOYI 1011. NATIVE s CATTLE. In the course of a tolerably citcn ssivo observation, wo have not scon in tho United States, a better class of what are known ns native cattle, than nro to be found Bcuttcrcd throughout Virginia, Tennessee and parts of North Carolina. And wherever we have found the cattlo especially clenn and well shaped, we have invariably learned on inquiring of mi mo ono or itioro fine bulls that Mr. So-and-So brought into the neighborhood, some years ago, Indocd, to go back to the beinnln, all of our cattlo are de scended from English breeds, though most of thorn have fallen a long ways below the ancestrul type. These facts, however, suggest tho point that we wish to present, which is : the importance of improving our na- tivo cattlo. ' It is very true that if thcro wcro no cattlo here, and if our farmers had money a plenty and to spare, we should say to ono nnd to all, stock your farms wit...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 February 1869

12. lHffiUautUts.gawciU-.Jiut were not, firr i pLnil0.,fi0"r-"lti"''" ' ' ( i 'I 8""'enicn have embarked In I . Tyr7e, "T M-nfl.t evpmi, ' t J . L - - . ... u i... ..... , , , (L'MMONJC'-LE StWIJME.N'T. February 12, 1869. pi j cm CU nv 'til I aii !!' til i Ai Wr from for tli tlPCTf ii'ith rff . ....... ... i. ... ,1 , . . t i tiKiiuiK umiiini mwii, tiding otva liotml jolw, ln-v'iflmr Hinl iillCfriiv f,n- NI GOODS! "7:: .J" tut; u5 t'H'!; if 'JXT r - .iiig-- '1' COOO YARDS1 Bleached Domestics -AND- SIIEETINGS. OOOO YARDS Brown Domestics -AND ' SHEETINGS 1GOO - YrARDS PLAID OSNABURGS. OOO YARDS Best Ticking All these Goods were -and Wiir be Sold Cheap. Dress Goods WILL BR BOLD Without Regard to Cost VM. BRQIDDUS & CO. Head or the Square, Clarktvillc, Jan. 29, W9-tf. CLARKSVILLE FOliSDRV ASD MAH11NE SHOP, c.mjmnmrB htbbbt. manufactuum Sugar Mills, Shingle Machines, Plow Castings, Wagon Boxes, Brass and Iron Castings gene rally. . , PLANTER'S PRIZE SCREWS r I JROMPT ATTKKTMN CIIVEN ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 12 February 1869

iulelB, . Thcse gontietueu nave emuarKeu m - fVm0; tatlu, &etiisen;. 4 i . i L tha liuuor trade viLk.ualcaJL?op- wwuiBfeaiririU hoh detained OF IAaCIAaATI, 11 r it K' lll'I'S In IVSl'Ilt . n. n 1 1,-iro 1 illy pri'. I IU' infill w inc ut ni'oiiti 1 town, diiiiij; mva- FALL AND .WINTER,' I3i.ii:iswi-: htock OF READY MADE CLOTHING ! AND Gentlemen's' FurnishiDg Goods. XAM NOW IN UKCKIIT OK Tlf K LAH Ket Ktock of Ilcndy Made nothing unci Men's KuriitsliliiK (tood ever brought to thin market, ami iIi'kuk Unit tlio trndliiK public should "all atnl loo); tlirongli my HtiM'h heftiro tiiuklnii tliolr purchases. J will not say that my uitoila are cheaper than they ran 1h' hail elsewhere, hut leave thin iiietlon to liodi-ciilcd by those who wIhIi to inrcliiisc. AH litrtk isn fair inspection of u,ualltles and prices. My stock is entirely Tlir noods are nil WELL CUT AND MADE, nnd I hnvo no hesitancy In snyliiR that I on n flense you, if you. will only uivu mo ll trail. 1 Khali HeH for CASH E...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 February 1869

TWO IIOUARS A TEAS, IX ADVANCE 2.50 If rpld WJQiln Six fMonth. 3.00 t th F.b4 otOi tar, r o n "vv o it, rc Henll fetid Trotaptly EiMifltd.s MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Tug little Rlrt, Minnie Ranch, of Burlington, v H.J tvhrf nas tain jo 1 r:nce to long, w at Inst pronounced (kart.1 Since tho recent disturbance In JUvuna, the theaters and all other nliu-ex of public inucuieuU have lutn closed. . . OV.SJ JOHM i'C. BRECKUOittMJE will itoon l "on his native heath nirnln." lie arrived in Baltimore Saturday. Mits. Of.n. Gaiskb docs not yet lunnlle any of htr great 2ew Orleans fortune. Heavy debt, blow Judge! and cunning lawyers keep her out of her own. ' . . '11 "V',' In tho Circuit Court -of DutMhoii county, on the Mi Inst., tho Jury ro turned a verdict for $22,000 against the Louisville & Kushville Knllrond, n dumnnesror Injuries to the steamer .Imperial. In MuXaliy.county,. .XennnesKcer liift Siiturtlay, an, unknown pinlla. was murdered by alioy nnutcfl .Ouill MorriMH, only fourteen year...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 February 1869

THE CHIIONICLE i. H. NtflLKVl J. A. CIl'ANT'. NKBLETT, GRANT & SOLOMON, . ' KPITOnS AKD l'tlOPIlIKTOKH, Trrtit Tv L ett tr p-T nnmtm if mfi-mKV. Mas' Oov- ; (JoVF.KNED ixarkstii.i.i: TonAtco MAnuix Offerings havi lncrenawd largely inco our laP ivprtr and print are bouyant, wiUi qualiUt varylnj from trashy lug, to good leaf.- Thiw far but little choice lcaC.aiMloolory noi-U have made their appearance: "We noflctd mevetftl flevr buyer at our board arrivals within tho last few days and" we now frove an ex ceedingly large1 and strong eorps of lmvers' r 1 f Tbbnpcoj of late ia "liovfng fictfi'T orwer man at tne ppcwnK i itre new- Hon, but a large quantity is still too soft fof aMpplng frtirpoHctt. ' It wllUn varlntoly pay thw planter to 'observe a strict and honest assortment of to U ii ti '. I . t .. a . ' i i i The doctoral votes for rrcsldent , J """ I'"' and -Vlce-lreHl lent of the United , 8"" KeT'Knu...o,,,u jmr.eu to Mates wu oouiited on Wctlncsiluy, the 10th liwt. The accompa...

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 February 1869

S2! TIIE;GIJRONICLE WLBtETT, GEVKT A ftOI.OVO.V, rl. Ill, IHM Kill AND PHOI'KIICTOItA. BAT tit OF AbVEKTIRIXO. Onn dollar put .frinam of ten llhea or l'i CLAUKSVILLF.. FUlllAY, F KB. III. I WW. ' ,1 t4LROiU TIMETABLE. .'. . Fvenlug Trains, North, leave nt Y10. Morning trains, North, leave at S.13. F.venlng train, Mouth, leave at 8.20. Morning trains, Houth, leave at 3 85. - Freight train, KoutU, loaveat IL35 A, V. Freight trains, North, leave at 3.10 P. M. A Clt OSS MA It A'. In future wc will make, a ero mark on the mar gin of our pojur, as a votiflcation fhalh fHilronnwlto time of subtrrlp. Hon hns cxpirrd. J,ook out for the crw mnrk nnd ' renew yov.r sub scriptions at once. . , ,, Tub work of breaking rock to metal the unfinished part of the Charlotte, pllta neareBt town, is in program. i ; i Gupton Hill. Another frame dwelling Is being erected on Gupton Hill. We made mention of one loot week, now another, llopo to chron icle nnotlier next week. Rev. A. Mizell Is (it work In car ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 19 February 1869

Q Tlltf CHRONICLE. CLARmiLLEr FRIDAY, FEB. 10, Y,!. F.1KMKUS KC0.X0M 17,1X0 TIME. Of nil tlio induKtrial pursuits in which our population tiro eugaged, nono suffers bo Materially from mis management and wsmto of time as 1'irming. Almost all othor callings liavo a universal custom, and the ma chinery moves bo many hours each day, summer or winter, warm or cold. Not so with one who cultivates the oil. No "ten hour" system can sile nced on the farm in the long summer days, when every hour counts, and when the farmer feels thut ' tirno is money.". When the foul weed and tenuceou,, grass arc doing their ut most under a hot sun, to dispute with tho cultivated crops the powession of the rich soil when the ripened har vest and tho new made hay are wait ing to bo housed, tho farmer the suecosiTul farmer finds the day none too long "from sun to sun. He who tills his own acres is, notwith standing, tho moat independent, tho moHt free of any among us. And this very freedom may easily, nny, ofte...

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 February 1869

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLUKS A Hit, IS 1DTA5CE 1M If Paid It Mill Six Hemhi. 8.00 at the End of the Tear, rj o ii w o.it.rc " Hcitly and Promptly Executed. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. TifEKB Is nn' loo-gorge forty fret ' liigh on tbo at. Urulx mrvr, Jun- M'SOUt. Eighty thousand tons of Ice have been stored at Gardner, Me., for ship ment. ,-. ; - : , ( U'-Jf.X I'RKfcTicB says thrir man was the chief consideration at the creation woman was a "side issue." A' MAAACHTt8KTTfl lyCCUm ha riec'iJod that earthquakes, tornadoes. Ac, are not misfortunes, but the re - auit or mismangement. . j , The House of Representatives has reJeeMd a resolution providing for the removal of officers who fall In doing their duty. , . Tun Memphis Bun made a decided Ht when It said Mr. Bokum is paid ' by the State to promote, and Gen. , Cooper, to prevent immigration. A Portion of the remains of atbs- f-ll eleuhaut were exhumed in level' iug a piece of O round near the river tank, tn JNew Aioany, a lew nays go, A...

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