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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 4 May 1866

( CAUCIUft TOE THI IK61iin Before trait My fcte to thee Or plane my band la thioay Befnrs 1 let thy rulers git Color and form to mine Before I peril all for thee, question thy sou) to-night for me. . 1 break all sBgb ter bonds, aor M ? One shadow of regret j I there one link within the put That holdt thy tpirlt yetT Of it thy faith at clear and free ai that which lean pledge to thee? took deeper still. If thoa ctunt feci . Within thy inmost tout That thou haat kept a portion bark, While I hate itaked the whole, Let a false pity spare the blow, bat, In true seercy tell me so. Ia there within tby heart a need ' That mine cannot falfillT One chord that aey other band Could betfer woke w Mill T 8 peak now, leatr at some ftatuee day, say whole lit wither and decay. BRICK POMIROI'8 SECOND LKTTEtt TO BILL ARP. Did you hear anything drap op this way? Something (ell down! The men at the other end of tha arena snapped a cap, Bill, just to see if the nipple was clear. That cap means business! ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 11 May 1866

n i) 1 A,.n..h ii aii wxmji jetto 7V" !) 'j ill) VOLUME 1. :fB . Old,. Series, ,ypL"A15i CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRjtDAYMAY H, 1866! Old Series, No. 2. NUMBER U. W. i. AC0Kf J. W. tBAT, I. 0. 0AC, a. mr wtM.vi.au, w. p, clardt. d. oolb. BACON, CLARDt A CO., 50. 81 fewl-St-. .. KIW T01K. ,1 t j an.: . J GOLD, ROACH A CO., No. 28 Carondlstt Stmt, KEW ORLEANS. Coltonund Tobacco FACTORS, , '. ; ? .. .,... eneral, Commission ' Merchants, maeBBaH ' , AGEWT8S . ' D. S. fimoicr k Son, Louisville, Ky. V. T.J?tm, Ciarktvill, Tenn. f ' Messrs. Allison 4 KiaaMAX, Nashville. I will make advances in cash to thoae who desire it, oa Produce reedy for shipment, to either of th abort bouse. Nor. 3, '65-8m . T. F. Prrrcs. To tobacco Shippers ! short line to tie last via. Eians . T,,,e' Only One Change of Can Between , , EvansTllle and New York. . . , , V . ' ' ' ' "' H Quick! tim and careful handling may be ... v .I'ed on. .,, . (STBates'u low as by any other line." . Brown,; Donkerson A Co !-. ... AOMIg....

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 11 May 1866

tyt i. 1. ItEBLETT. V A. Hit A NT. ) NEBLETT A ORiKT, YfHLlKHEWI AKn FroMIETOBA. U. "W. THOMAS,. .EDITOR. : Clarksville Tenn. i FRIDAY, MAY. .....................11, 18C6. WRIT IS TO BR TBI OB? Tbe history of the world bat demonstrated thet every government contains within It self the elements of dissolution and vitality, and if prosperous, or the revcrss as the one element or the other predominates. From the sum source, it derived the additional ftct, that the freer the government, the near er it approaches the opposite extreme des potism or anarchy. Hence the few free gov ernments, of which history gives any ac count, hare been short-lived, whilst mon archies, more or less despotic, have been the almost universal systems of government. The elements of vitality In all political insti tutions, are the intelligence and Integrity of those in authority, as well as in those who confer that authority. Whenever these con ditions are present, the Government is a good one, no matter what ma...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 11 May 1866

it J : j. A. grant, )Ltr rT?, T" , Ratbs or Advbtisiiio. One Dollar per sonars or t micbs. CLARKSVILLE,., .......MAY 11, 1866. ' fllTfVIVilllTr We Uk pleasure In calling the attention of oar readers, to th programme of exer- cltM tad amusements published by tbe com ralttee of managers, of the Tournament to Inks place at the Fair Grounds, near our cil V, on tha 31st of tbla month. Tha character of those in charge, ft energy and taste, it jnfflcient guarantee that this enterpriat will be a rare treat to thoee who appreciate the representations of feata of saclent chivalry, when mailed cavaliers entered the lists to assert at the point of the lame, the superior claims of their ladle lores. We know well many of those who will enter the lists, to place npon the brow, of her whom they be lievs the fairest, the crown which designates the beautiful wearer the Queen of Love and Beauty, fur the occasion. And we can safely say, that Knights better trained to rein tha fiery charger, to wield sa...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 11 May 1866

(From tbe La Crow Democrat THIS BONDHOLDER'S B0LILOQIIY. But tkiU nieef OlLlu CO Hsre I am rich, prosper, loyal man, with aotbiog to do but to enjoy myaolf. E'reeM what bleating tb war was to rue. It killed eT my poor relationt and lft ma hi lack. 1 am worth let me m how much I am worth In bonds: Thar art of seven-twenties. ....$25,000 There ara of til-fort let 25,000 And tba seven-thirties, 25,000 And tba tea-twenties. 25,000 $100,000 Now one hundred thousand dollars la noth bis;, ret It Is quit a little plum. Wben the war began 1 wan't worth a copper, unlets it was in debts. Now I am wall off. But I am a conning coat I Didn't I make war speeches, aud denounce Democrats, and mob sopparneaaa," ana ro it Wrong for the Un ion7 . TotXibetl. Ha-be-he-ha! But the loolt are not all dead. Some of tbetn are that is, they were killed. And didn't I get the poor people to enlist and fight to preserve the Union T Damn the Union, if I only get office and bold bonds. That's what makes the rreara ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 18 May 1866

rin---nn nor? er.r;; t.'.JH? K JD If J) VOLUME 1: !01d: Series, vol. 15. CLARKSYILLE, TENC FRIDAY, MAY 18,: 1866, Old SericV No;:3.y: -;::v NUMBER45. I lo " 1 11 1 , . 1 1 L i - I 1A ' XX 11 1 1 vv. 1 To Tobacco Shippers 1 Short Lino to Ibe last vu la. Irans- vine. ai One Cbanjfe of 'Cm Wtweea KTauiTllle and Mew fork. yulek (in and careful handling aay be relied on.' MyRatrt m low at by any other line.-. Brown, Dnnkfrson ft Co., v .' ; Aoaim o ma ' f Ballefontaine B. R, and Erie Transporta- tloa Company, '". IYAX8Y1LLE, INDIANA. Through Bills of Lading Witt SB 0IVKM T HARRISON SIIELBV, i K. P. UOACKY BRO., Clarksvllle, Tenn, RICHARDS, CRENSHAW CO, Marc 2B,'6-m ; j Trice's Landing. V. i. saods, . w. orat, a o. roach, Vi. W. RLAKIMOftR, W. D.CkABDY, O. OOLD. BACON, CURDY A C0M Kp. 81 rearl-8l,"....n....r..KEW YORK. AND . (iOLD, kOACU 4 CO., ' t So. 39 Carondlett Street, NEW ORLEANS, Cotton and Tobacco 'v' ' ' r FACTORI, .: w t - ,' cncral Connlisloo . Verrhaots, AGISTS: D. 8. nixitDic...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 18 May 1866

XtlLKTT oai.BtM aw rsoMturiess. EDITOR. CKMrfcuTlH Tenn.l FRIDAY, MAY....... .........18, 1868. SOT TELE TRIE POLICY. We rwgret to disposition on the part f some Sowtasrtv journals, to treat twj disturbance, riot, er murder to which the negro is a pat ty, ia a toft which seems to depra aat ths wrath of the Badicala, and to imply an aarnaat desire to. mollify the effect ' w.hkh tbusa occurrences anay have paa that iadiotive party. Experience ooght to hare taught us that the South can do and lay noth ing squinting at propitiation, that will mitigate their malignity, or soft en the bed of thorna prepared for vs. The quostion is, not how .much of the threatened evil we can avert, but how much the Badicala may have the power to inflict. So far aa they are concerned, our destiny Is (zed, iu prospective, and oar seeurity against the grossest wrongs of political bond age, depeada upon the power of the President, the co-operation of the Conservatives of the North and our own prudent, dignifi...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 18 May 1866

XI) tort. Katm ot AoWwimM-Ont Dollar per CLARJCSVILLEI.1.W..,.1(AT l, 1.169. T1Z SRAwSIBST TSTITU. Do not forget that the Strawberry Frstl- ?(, for th benefit of th "Tnn9e Orphan ylata," comet (iff belt Tbrday night, at tbe Fnl Academy -It would be a mere wast of word e Iela m anlvrsel attendance at 'tbis fu.trtainment, on the corf of the cqbjs object to which its pro- ceedl to be devoted, la thi eoonectloo, w remask, that MDipti of this "Or phan Aylom" have, tho far, relied entirety upon public entertainments to secnr modi rot ue establishment and maintenance of the Institution.7 So ht k we an advised, they bare bad do committee of ladle aod gentlemen aaktag money of tbl community foraa ineUtutkm lhat might well open their pane 6 the mere mention of Its purpose!. Instead of this, they here labored, with a Mai and assiduity beyond all pralte, to give Tain received for all public donation. If the pnbllft do tot respond to theie effort to make their charities both uniform and light, t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 18 May 1866

froaib N. 0. Saaday Tisiv 41 T niircs i im. r ruu kit cu. I lov tb soft and ahriativ air I play at twilight boar, Recalling toot that thrilled my heart With strange, mysterious power, ..r. 1 kn to bid tny1f at aooft ' ' - ' Within anoia (had bower, Aat read tba poem natwr writea On rery litUa flower. I lore to littea to the stream Where low, sweet, gentle flowing; CWe utterance to tbe liliea thought Cpon ita margin growing. I lore the bird that thrill the wood With Joy' entrancing measure Like poema read with dreamful roict That thrill my heart with pleasure. I lore the moaning, myrtle pint To tuormaring winds replying, ' 1 Like dream-thought la the poet s mind, Unbroken, but tigkng. I lore, a e'en I lore the smile Of welcome at lore's meeting, To watch at morn the sun send forth To earth bit warm heart-greeting. I lore, as e're I lor the clasp Of loring bands at parting, To watch at ere the glory gleam From hill-tops slow deputing. I hire the calm, sweet, saintly stars Tbelr light ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 25 May 1866

iV- - ; V, A. I J I; t. t.1 1 I VOLUME'.. ' , ,, "' Old Scrics;v6L i5. CLARKSYILLE TENN., FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1866. t . ; Old Series, 'No. 4. NUMBER 46. MIU' VI II I J.VM II I, I I II I M T 1 1 f I I i I I I l I I 4 t I . A J. : ill. I I - I I I I .ll. llll llf'fll II av s ' i - j r 11 ii i i i i w ii 1 1 j 1 1 j 1 1 .j w j 1 1 j ir j vi -ii ' j ii - ' " a. s u ii ii ju v i it x v 1 1 j u j u af":..;" 1 , -- segg " ' as ' 3C ,, B4w, 4, W, Basf, .' (,. MMI, I, f, HUIMWI, ff, .etAf, B,Wt. CUCX,CLABDTA CO MllllHlfttlll' ItlW SOBI !, ' J, GOLOEdACH 4 CO., ..... Jf. It Ca4Wtl tOMrt,' Jtt7 ORLEANS, Cotton and Tobacco First Rational ; Bank; F Cliti.lTlLLI, mi. . -' a z v o sim j. z r. ?j i , Jf ! Central Caalnli Merrtanta, . . . i :? t ;.i v"- ,'1 i .'in h'.' AGENTS t ' ' - ; It. S.,&itotc Bo, Loulsvlll, Ky. T. t. Parrcs, Clarktvilla, Tnn. Messrs, All wox 4 Kibkmam, Nashville. I Will make advance la oath to tbose who desire It, oa Produce ready for tblpment, to tlibat of Ux bo bouiM. Hot. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 25 May 1866

0 r? "Hi T Cb e 4. a. ksairrr.' , XKBLETT X GRANT, .rrtMiuiiiti) in pinpKiieroM. R-W. TI1U.M AS.. .......,...,... .EDITOR. . Citarkflvllle, Te fridA r, mat.:.'.;..;.'.ZZ ......... .25, 86G. ' ' REPUDIATION. We sec a statement In the papers, t the effect that a radical member of Congress has declared that the South era States will La - kept oat of the Union , unfit the national debt la paid. Of covrrse, tbiB auggestion can liave originated .only in the appre hension that Southern influence may , be exerted in favor of repudiation. And why this apprehension ? It ia not baaed upon any manifestation, by the South," even of a desire, to throw off the burden of the national debt.' Tlo only basis, then, for such fear, on the part of the Radicals, is to be found in their, own acts, and the suspicions which ever accompa ny the consciousness of wrong-doing. It is a well known fact, that millions upon millions of Oovcrnmeut bonds are held by the radicals of the North, and it ia equally well kn...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 25 May 1866

o r ' " ' " ' ' " v " IEJ -Jl -1 " L -ILJI L u-'-"- - -. - . - ' 33- 1 . J. A. GRANT, f Rati of Afcrmi-0 Dollei par square of TM Ur ' CLABK3T:LLt,'.'.r....;.:.r.AT ; 1869 THE BAILROAB BRIDGE ACCIDENT. On last Friday morning, fearful crash M board by buy of oar cilitens, and in a few minute afterwards every bo tu blanch ei by the announcement that tin ereeterri pan of Uie Cumberland Railroad bridge bad fallen In, carrying down with tt con.ltruo tion train and many human being. - Every body tutbed to tha icene of dlmter U giv help to the wounded and dying. ' On be holding tha wreck and regarding ' the Im mense height, of torn 60 feet, from - which the tiain had been precipitated, tha universal thought was, that no one could surely have escaped. , Tha wonderment was consequently great that only one, of the sixteen or eighteen on board, bad been killed outright This was a negro man. At first ' an additional person was supposed to be kilted, as be man ifested no Sign of life when taken o...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 25 May 1866

THE C0LC3AB TOHL WnmoToi, May 18. Ths following It lb Frtidnt'i message vetoing th Colorado tills . ;, ... . . . - . . To ran Iminf o n faroo 9,wm-. 1 retnru to th Senate, In which it originated, tbe bill which be passed both House of Congress ntiUed "An act Ibr th admission of Colorado low the Union," with my objoo tions. From the Information which I bite beta able to obtain, I do not consider the estab lishment of a 8tU Government, at present, h reseat ry for tha welfare of the people of Colorado. Under the existing Territorial Government all the rights, privilegee and in turrets of eitisene are protected and secured. The qualified voter choc their own Legis latures and their ewn local officer, and are 'Mpreeented In Coagret by a delegation of their own eelection. They make and xe cute their own municipal laws, aabject only to revision by Congress an authority not likely to be exercised unless in extreme or extraordinary rate. The population ie email; eotne eetimntlng it at low a ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 1 June 1866

WIMLY CilKOMOLE ; ' iw . , - si! j VOLUME 1. Old Series, vol. 15. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1866. Old Series, No. 5. NUMBER 47. ir.'t. woo, ' J. -W.Mat,' . cwucrf, a. w. Huamt tr. .oiardt, d.oolo. "' BACON, ClARDI t CO., 81 rml-st.... xiw tori. ' AMD GOLD, BOACH ft CO., ,Ko. 39 CarondUtt Street, NEW ORLEANS, Cotton and Tobacco i FACTORS, AND General CommlnlOB Merchant!, " AGEirrsi " P. S. Benedict k Sons, Louisville, Ky. T. P. Parrus, Clartarllla, Tenii. Messrs. Allison k Kirkman. Nashville. I will make advances In cash totlioaa wbo desire It, ob Prod ace ready fur shipment, to ither of tbe above houses. Nor. 8, '5-8nv T. F. Psttvjs., To Tobacco Shippers ! Short nc LIto tbe East rule. vU. Brans- Duly One Change of Can Between . IraoiTllle and New York. Quick time and careful handling mar be rolled on. gRates as tow m by any other line." Brown, Dunkerson & Co., AOEN'TS OP THE , Bellefontaint R. R. and Erie Transporta tion Company, ITAXSVILLE, INDIANA. Through Bills or L...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 1 June 1866

i. a. Kuw-trr. x a. eu, XEBLKTT ii GRAXT, wrmshem Ann proprirtoim. K. W. THOMAS, EDITOR. . Ciarkntille, Tenn. t FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1800. SECRETARY 8E WARD'S SPEECH. ' Scoretarv Seward, in liia late speech In Auburn, displayed wore tajent for special ploading than truo statesman ship and honest patriotism. Ho ar gued, correctly, that the one thing needed to eccuro a perfect Union, is conciliation; yt Almost in the same breath comes forth the spirit of the partisan and tho disinKcnuousuess of the tnere politician. We adduce the following remarks in proof of the fairness of our inference "Tbe President's position i absolutely ta- ken, well defined and universaly understood. It M this, namely i Thn( sj far and to fast ai tbe unrepresented Slates present themselves unquestionably loyal, tlicjr are entitled to representation in Congress equally with all other States, and just as well as If there bad been no rebellion. "Tbe representatives of Ibe Notional Uuion rwrlv in Congress do not yet ag...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 1 June 1866

Ratm of AovtRTisiKo. One Dollar per sqaare of ft tins. CLARKST1LLR,...V.;....JCNB I, 1866. THI TOrSIAMKXT. -., We hardly know bow to, begin or how to end the description we propose to give of the splendid entertainment of yesterday. In deed, It Is difficult to reproduce In words the brilliant scene that fonr thousand persons witnessed yesterday, at our Fair Grounds. Ilenot we shall attempt nothing more than a brief record of what we saw ourselves, with the assurance to onr readers, that it is a very Imperfect detail of one of the most magnificent and matchless exhibitions this or any other community have ever witnessed. With a delightful disappointment of the ' fears born of tha cold and murkey weather of the past few days, yesterday the sun rose iu a cloudless sky, and like the brilliant sun of Austsrllts t the heart of the world's greatest Conqueror, brought gladsome cheer and presage of success to the noblest charity that tver appealed to human sympathy. ' As none of our esteemed...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 1 June 1866

, rmsyss soutiri sciikhtt. ; I i i-. fcsjsBiSha 4. v.. Good bye, llu mint Go Into the dye mo iiiio in nig oag eny wrjtre out or toy tight. For three years I wort thoM bliw duds, and now, thank God, they are off, uid onct mora I am la command of myself. And If.Lwsnt ad d fool, Fit bed df Learned to swear in tli trnr, What la th dil did 1 go to the war lorT mats too ttstion.' What did I eat bard tack tor drink coram! Mary whisky carry mule's load ilm in the nind of fer in hospital and loss this limb fort Who knows T 1 enlisted to tart the Union. I went to war to put down the sebelttoa. I fought to puulsb traitors. I killed people lo restose the harmony of inings. I went to war because that was in old time the w; to patriotism. And what was there eaincd? I had thir teen dollars a month. I rode shank's mare from Bull Run to toe Red Hirer, and tramped from high llring to bell almost for nothing. 1 fonghttokeep this Cuton whole, and now. wben the war is ended, I am told tbat fight ing div...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 8 June 1866

n nn nnT)iM nTr in- mi 1 IfflPllMlis P ; .. -t i. V t' ' , ..VOLUME!. .. Old 'Series, vol. 15. . V ' ; ; ., CLARKSVILLE; TENN., FRIDAY, : JUNE 8, 186G. 01d ; Scries, No. G. "'numbers. w, B. TCRKLEY, B, SIHTII & TTJRNLEY, Forwarding and Commission MERcnAirrs, fire-proof WAREHOUSE, Red River Landing, Tenn. WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND for sale, Salt, Molsjses, Shlngl, Plows, and ft large assortment of Lumber. P. O. Adressi Bos 245, OlarksrUle, Tenti. All Tobacco Shipped us br Railroad will be received at th Depot, and placed la our bona fsar th utm that la charged by th CTarkarill warehouses. - Jan. 6, 'C6-Cra t. baooh, . t. W. BLAERBORB, W. OIUT. a. a. boacb, , P.CLARDY, D. GOLD. . BACON", CLARDY & CO., No. 81 f CArl-SL...... NEW YORK, AMD GOLD, ROACH & CO., 'Ko.'28 Cafondlelt Stmt,' NEW ORLEANS, Cotton and Tobacco FACTORS, AMD Ceoeral Commlnlon Merchants, v' " AGENTS! ' ' ' ' ' D. 3. Bbnboict A Sons, Louisville, Ey. T. P. Pbttos, Clarksrille, Tenn. Messrs. Allison A Kirk...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 8 June 1866

'i. I. RERHTT. ' - A A. MAM, . niblitt a nut, rcausMsa and rmmoM, k. W. THOMAS,... eeeeeai ...EDITOR. Clsmistavlllc, Tcnn. t FRIDAY, JUNE".. ........8, 1866. ABICVLTVBIMAlH)irACTVIES. It ever baa been, ii now, and ever will b the true policy of the South to raise ita own breadstuff's and man ufacture ita own clothing. These two branches of industry, co-operating and conferring mutual benefits, are the solid ground work of wealth and independence, and had the South, years ago, inaugurated and followed up this policy,' ita consequent wealth and population would have averted the late war. The opposite course, made it dependent upon the North for many of the necessaries of life, and that section, reaping the substan tial benefits of Southern labor, grew rich and populous and arrogant, whilst the South, boasting of the value of its great staples, gained but little in wealth and population until it is now the victim of its own folly and subject te those whom it pamper ed and enriched. Wil...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 8 June 1866

Local Editor. liia or Aovtaiisuto. One Dollar square of Tex Mires, i .CLARKSVILLE, ...JCWE 8, I860. - THE T0VB5AKSIT BI-UIOX. - W hid wrltteft quit lengthy report of ; ibis brilllol final of ear Tournament, but ( it wu crtwded out of oar last issue, for wnt uf spec. Recalling th ecu, at thli tot ' day, make us and perhaps oar reader, feci a OD6 "who tread some banquet ball do ' Mrtcd." therefore, w shall only offer oow brief ad onvarolsbed account And wo - do thta, only because all the report! wo here yet sean owing doubtless to the length ol their descriptions of the interesting izerelM of the Tournament dev ote but few pea " stroke to this, the moat captivating picture of the whole scene.' . At tbla night Re-onion '. .was the crtmi tU h ermt of the beauty and manhood of the Tournament assemblage.- From the enchanting parterre, that had dai sied the eye, roving around the Tat oircunv ferenoa of th -Tournament' Amphitheatre, bad bean fulled th fairest flowers to grace this occasion....

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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