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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 June 1871

r..-j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TW BOLtARS A TUB, IX ABTARCK 13.50 If rld Wltkln SU Jfontki. ' 1.00 at tSc Knd of tke Tear, iLE W: J McOorratic, fllACTRAl. PIIOTOGD.PIIER, Frankfi ttrerl, oypvtH ih Vuwi . 7dtrse. , . TCrrairHri otlrll a ahara nt pnbllaj ratrnuane. Work dona la every atyle ( hotosraiihy. In m ktipelor nianavr. April I, bril-an. .T O 11 AV o rt ic . Xeatljr and rromptljr Kxeented. i VOL. 41.--N0 34. CLARKSVILLE, TENN.,' SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 187J. WHOLE NO. 2,1 C6. CJLAKKSV Ti' IIKRNDON, T of Illpglim A Co., , t Trltte' Lauding, Tunu. . HBKND ON C: COLLING, TOBACCO AND GENERAL Commission Her chants, Red RUer Landing;, New ProTldcncc, Tennessee. Special Mention paid to luHpwtion ami Bute of Tobacco. Cah advanced , . . . on Tolinrai in (Store. Itofi?rcncii by Pormlimloni n. O. KffW, Irmlitfnt Hunk nf Clnrkavlile; T. V. Ppttita, Prndilpnt New Providence Having IiiHtltutlon, and the trude generally. oct.B, '70-tf. COULTER WHOLESALE GROCER S, FRillKLlH STRtET, CLARKSVILLE, TEllH...

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 June 1871

' THE CHRONICLE R. W. THOMAS, Editor. t. a KHurrr. I. a. oaakt. KEBLKTT A B A H T , , ruBLiRHEM ARB raormiTon. Tut mi t Two Dotlart prr annum tn avimwee. 01ailirlllet Tenn. I SATURDAY.... JUNE 24, 1871, - THATMOUMKtt 1 The Radicals continue to harp up on the utterances of Jeff Davis, and to gloat over this shadow of a pret ext for additional Irwulta and wrongs to the southern people, who no honest man holds responsible for the lang uage of a single individual, even though that language were treason able. Had he Issued a proolaiuatlon, calling out seventy-flve thousand men, to put down Insurrection and crime in tlio mining districts of Penn syl vanto, lie might well be held guil ty of w.-eascn against the Constitu tion. But euch an outrage, upon law and liberty, pales before the horrid crime of expressing tho hope that the time U at hand when I may freely express his thoughts ami feelings about the condition of the country. Wo, who n re old enough to remem ber how long and how dearly...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 June 1871

THE CHRONICLE NEB LETT 4c GRANT, rvaLIMMKWI AP PROFSIHTOKS. , BATES Or A0VKRTISISO. On doling per square of ten lines or 1am. CLASKKVILLK, SAT. JrKB , 171. UoLI), In New York, yesterday, ws I12JJ; Tennessee Bonds-old, 714? new, 7I!. Dealers, In Tennessee Bnnk notes, ot Kashvllle, hntil ttiern Wft7e.' - - NOTICK.-lu futnre w will charge one linir of our advertising rate for the publi cation of Obituaries or Tribute of Respect for any organised body. Simple an nouncement of deaths will be Inserted rreo. -iNORAM A DOAK. NKBLKTT URANT. AOKNTrt. The following ht'ined gentlemen lire an thoilxcd to receive mid receipt for sub scription to tho CHRONICLE) Knitter Nnrt h I ngtou Port Royal , Ten n. J. H. l.oe, K ...... Krln, J. M. Newberry Krln, C. L. Thomas . Clarksville, " A. H. Wood . Wnodlawn, " IlynnnVsnxliii................ ....County, " " K. U. Jones . ...Tail's Station, " Itlolinril Carney County, " XH.il put site Subscriber who receive their luers Willi nil X marked opno- te their mi...

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 June 1871

true Vr Caapalcn er 18 1. Those who can recall the political campaign of 1840 appreciate the re mark or gentleman, that If lie were tenycars younirer he would never have known the troth of theme times, because without having witnessed them himself, he would never have believed their history. During the height of the canvass, eon vernation among all classes, to the remotest set tlements, among men, women and children, who mixed with politic, where it waa not politic unmixed. No child that conld hallo waslnellgi MeMo political fellowship, or lusetisi. ile of hln or her party status. Wo men had log cabins printed on neck rlbbnpe and Unnet strings, and some times coon tails apjHiuded to their ret Jclo.es : while no person not willing to be classed a " (ocofoco " appeared In public without a buckeye cane, by way of bravado or ornament. - Like wise Democratseported hickory canes with green nuts blinier than egirs flagging to the knob. Processions of th" British Whigs" were always headed b...

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 July 1871

r- ... : : . K - " x . - v ... a. ru-li k o'f M t.U? ! J i.l d .i .1 ' IV WJ ... "lv V g' . f .J.liK k .1 . ii i ' . i i-.VO cUlt.Llf 4be teaivwt b'4w i ' j - ' - ha I if" t 11 ana irrv;,3;;.'rt 10 O' '9 I in- TCDAOOO 'AND VGHIII3I1AL ' 1 Jl . . . ?'.. . f .... XiWMti BpecUt a'.(ut!oh pold to IniporH(jn H.'O. KTewoe,. Prs!Urit Ilnnk of Svr rrovU!enc HtiTlngo inHtltution, V '' i-l liorij U'ltttino ban b'rflY-.yi".?: iftt Jlivr WHOLE GA IiS r iiicigt 9nu ant f) n.i V'i .11.. . St - V-' r;; ; ' -"- .",,-..f .. - KHppotiHtantly on hand full aHwirtmit of BTAPLE and FANCY OHOCEKIKH, all Rradm of FLOUJV'bwt Iffanda of BOBEUTSOK t'4UHTV AVHWKY nd Uier brand of TEXX13HHEE and KEN ' TUCKY AVUI8KEYS, P. II. Porter's Pure QKAPE WINE. 1 .;;.; ;; I'm We cordlHlly invite thoo visiting tills market t6 examine our stock tcfor buying; Oar atook in ail new and frqli, bought for C-Uiir, and will le Bold at clone flgureu for CASH- . ; ' , ' ,., . We oiler hjwm'IuI luducementn to meivhatits viwltlng tbla...

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 July 1871

r. v.i: MIBLITT V OniST, rtt striata r ; j. Olnrlarrlllot Tenn.i BATURDAY.-......JULY I, 1871. CLABKBYILLS. AHa OVUUTU. When we flrat took charge of this paper, the town of Clarksvllle wti doing a bualneaa rery large pt pmpnr tlon to Ita preparation ; ami fad the Impetus It then felt, been Increased liv the I n traduction of machinery. towever ham bis the scale, It would fcare assumed a position to Invite capital and skilled lalior, and set for ward on a career of praperltjr, not dreamed of then and unrealised now. The auspicious moment was not Im proved; artificial channels of com merce came In competition with the natural; locations for towns were equalised and Clarksvllle could boast noiussl advantages over other points on the river, that were not ballauced by artificial avenues of trade. Our people, then a now, deluded ' by the supposed Importance and In alienability of the tobacco trade, were content to rest the future of the town " apnn that slender basis, and left all other c...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 July 1871

THE CHIIONICLE N6DLP.TT.fc OR ANT, ' ... - ASP rSOfaikTOBS, ' J "- RATBB T ADVBBSMUIIS. 3a dollar Mr iimm ef ten lino or loss. ciabcsvillb, Ha. Jot. 1, i7L v '; IrerTiCE. In tatar we wHl ehsrgeone half of oar ad vertlslng rates for the publi cation of Obituaries er Tributes of Respect fur an organised body. ' Simple J an Bounoeiueut of deaths frill bfl Inserted ' .1 I NOR AM ' DOAK. ".' ' ' - NnBLKTT ORANT. . ,: , .. aoknti.:,,, Tha following named gentlemen are R0 tbotlsod to receive and receipt for sub scriptions to tha ' .' " ' C H R O N ICUE i " Prsser Noithlngton.......Port Royal, Tenn. J. B, Lm, Fj ......Krln, " J. M. Newberry ............ -....Erin, M U. L. Thomas...... .....ciarkavtlls, M A.B. Wood ..........Woodlawn; Ifyram Vaughn. .f County, Jf. B. Jona....'TlftiBtfttlon, M Itlohard Carney ...... ..County, " X Subscribers who reoriv their papers with an X marked oppo site their, aairlos, either en III" margin of tha paper or on lbs outside wrapper, will know that tuelr ter...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 July 1871

!! 1; III 1 , - -..... . . r A. Iatk letier from Parts thiw eit watM the recent lows? of that city t VUi Mt I jpsirwntf U Josses ' a ft .Wow.-, Killed, 11,000 J MrotJmlwl, 40,(XKj: loss by burning of property In Paris, 1,000,000,000 fraww; loss of! property outside, 200(Kl0,00O franc l loss of rent, Injury to business, ami depreciation "of eretllt, 800,000,000 frairr Fnum Juvi never seen uU a weok a the last one here. There boa been very form of torture, every exaggeration of cruelty. Anc, . Bex, sickness or natural deformity, has kept none from the ruthless brutality of a mad populace and cool savagery of undisciplined soldlory. The prti ra taken down In batches to certain specified1 execution places, where fir ing parties are stationed, and deep trenches dug before hand. One of the places la the Jioole Alilifalrr; an other tha Varmme .Napoleon. Iitt luedately behind the Hotel deVllle, at the Caserne ffopoleou, since taut Olght, 600 person have teen shot, and the court yard is fall...

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 July 1871

t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. trt bolubs TEAK, II ABTAICB ; IJ.5S If Fall Vitkli glx Heathi. S.M at lie Eai er the Year, RATES OF ADVEnmC. O, SO MMi ta.. It IH Sm. AOrS otA?l I KiimiM U tiilsmiw...... i Column-.,,,.. !jf"lier.. & rel istwn.,.. 1 CotSsnSAHttM. T OB IS oti rsfOHii ts UlloJ IN- laistrl lit on I Aim 17 OS' f I a o ii :vv o ii re "eatly aid rreaptlr Herate.. VOL. 41. NO 36. CLAKKSVIIiLE, TENN., SATURDAY, JULY 8, 187J; U.-1 -i i Atij.'iA Mv im Ul ai WHOLE NO, 2,158. lnt 9 -UK-US tftfUtlSM T. HF.ftXDOX, I,ate of Rlgglns A Co., Trice's Lnnding, Tenu.- XI B HUD O TJ 1 c o L Lins, TOBAO C C AND GENERAL Commission EJcrcliaiito. v. Bed BlTer Landing, New Providence, Tennessee. .Special a'.tcntloti paid to Inspection and Rate of Tobacco, Cash advanced on T obueeo In Ktore. HoJVrpnocK ly l'ormliwlon i ' '"' It. O. Ki-ewe.'rnildettt llnnk of Clnrksvlllej T. Y. Petltis, Prcsldem X v Providence Ravings Institution, and the trade generally, oct.8, '70 tf. SIGN OF THE a COXJSssTER WHOL...

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 July 1871

TliECltlldNICLE B. W. THOMAS, Kuitob. $. wurrr, ' "' t. a, oaxt. ' f iiLtrr ;i 0Bat; " ". PCBMSUKM ADO rBOFMl.TOM. JVrtaw nMrDoftor prr mmum M oyfmaer. Olnrlcwvlllo, Tenn.i SATURDAY ...JULY 8, 1871. In compTlancevftharequestof some - parties, fooling an Interest Ih the '"' above subject, we lay before otrrresd rs, In a condensed form, the tIows iind estimates of Col. W. D. Pit'kett, ''"ef Brownsville. He Is an engineer of hljrh standing and ripe exiKirlenee, . - A .i I. ..I M A. .1.4. .k mill nucuirwib hu "ui once of prorrtteul Information of our wn, than fynTtiiiRt him aa adequate authority, wftft the frrirnt confidence filliU ability nVidlntcgrfty. .. It la gratffyriiR to learn ttint tfier hi growing Interest tn the stitject of .a Narrow Gunge Road from Prince ton to till place, ami It may be that a better knowledge of the cost of that X'jt-baracfcr.oC road, will rlpeu that In terest Into a fixed resolve to build it The difficulty, with ninny, In nrrlv- ing nt n satisfactory concl...

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 July 1871

THE CHRONICLE"'" "r.K Cfi P f? UnT.T f ft',QRA N J , ' 1-UkMMlKlli ASP eaopaittoks. : f ' rutr p ABrcimiwita. 0o dollar per square of tn Hum or lea. 1 -i01, Kvii.Lr.t Ha. .v H, l7.t NOTICE. In tufiiro wo will charge otie- huir of our advertising m( rr the piibll- iiw5iiliro.jiiVi.jr(cfrXirii!Mior n-icri lor any orginlscl holy. Mlmplu an nouncement of dilh will be Inserted ff-o. it'll MORVM d.k;' XKIII.KTf flll.VNT. The (nllowlug n 'tiled genllninen are ail tioilsed li receive nml rwcwlpt for sub surlpliuns ro ho ' " " CHRONICUEj Priiwr Northlngtun.. ...... Port Royal, Tenn. J. H. I.w. Il ...Krln, " J. M. NewUrry - Krln, " :. I.. Thomas .....A.CAbirltsvlll, Jk.H. WimhI Woodlswn, Hyram Vaughn .. County. " N. II. Jones. - .tt.iL.Tall'sMratlnii, " l:irhnnl Curucy County, " . 'yzl Hnbserlhera who t receive) Ihelr puprs Willi nu X nvtrked npixi. JL site li i-lr iniuiM, either on the msrglii of tli paper or on Hie nuMile wrapper, will know rbitl Ihelr term of sub scription has expired. I I...

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 July 1871

Kdltor ought to be ab'a to live cheap they r "barwl"fojr notlilujr. 1 ur- v j : It Is In our1 mind and not In our surroundings that we must tluU our .hmwimm.. . , ..s, n t i - -,t viU( - f i Or the 300 oollegistes In the Unit ed Ktate, (10 are Methodist, 47 Itoroan 1'atholio, 28 Presbyterian, lCoiigre gatlouul, and 10 hplscopal. A floston gentleman who lout hi wife six months ago litis paid a flortnt fifty dollar every month since for flowers to place upon her grave. Home pretty widow will get that Idea out of Ms head yet.-: ' f "' .';'.." . .. I., . -, . Tub Scientific American 'ately Iiubllshed descriptions aud drawing vf aw anti-snorlng tion.rivance. con ..iHttngor a leather bund placed over .' the head and chin, which effectually clones the mouth during sleep, . , ., " " Summbii suits of white or bufT walk ing muterhil, see in to have become an institution of which we shall not soon be rid. For the sake of the com-Jm-l and convenience of the ladles, we re glad and happy that thi...

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 July 1871

TER3S OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWt WUitS A UAI, ABU3CI li.M ir raid wiuir six Montaa. S.OS at tne Knd of tke Tear. EKSVIjuLE RATES OF ADVERTISING. ohm CLE. . i I MO t Mflrll! MO t Mb it M6 ' i- n iih i t Jo i . ft an m. AM Aim $m in mi law n T m in on if o iu ot, M to moo Ill0t lAlS) -J0 (M SM l2iKi is on 30 0D v ev MM 16 on it on 4i on : en 60 to on so en s on 4 aa m to SOej.toOO 0 0U 00 0 lotlt K SSES f Ho, sure t Kiitarea.... I Bjiiare....A, iSnlttmnv. ), Column.... VJ (Wnm.fc,.. ('(ilamn.m... I t'OlBW.,... ! tasm j o i) w o k Heatljr and Promptly Rxernted. VOL. 41. -NO 37. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1871. WHOLE NO, 2,169. T. HKICiDOK, Lute of nigglns & Co., Trice's Landing, Tenii. nCRIUDON tS c o i x x xvt s, TOBACCO AND GENERAL Gommissicn r.lcrchantc, Bed River Landing, New Providence, Tennessee. Special attention paid to Inspection and Pale of Tobacco. Cash ndvanced j ; t - on Tobacco In Htore. ncnrciioH hy PormUnlon t It. O. Keesee, President Itank of Clarksvllle; T. ...

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 July 1871

THE CHRONICLE U. W. TJIOMAM, Kditoh. . A. OMAKT. ORAXT, 5 BBIKTT A rDni.lMHKIM AMD PROPRirrORa. farm I 2Va Dollar prr annum In nrfixinpc. Cki'UeviIte, Toiin.f rTATrjIVDAY JULY 15, 1871. "THE MEW DEI.nTCnE." It seems to us that the parties who raise such an outcry airalust the "new departure," have failed to profit by (he severest lesson taught In the past Kistory of the country. In 1SG0, the , Ihsuo was, peace or war; yet In the face of that fearful crisis, the Democ racy split Into northern and southern fnctlons, and prccltnted the terrible conflict which followed the fatal at tempt at seetlonal domination. The rfcls nowr upoi Is wme the less tltal than that of 8GT. Then t. was!Huridu fcreuddtuffa. by tlottinii the rvAnpA nr war- nnw it ta lltiorlv. ir I .... v ... , ..r, ... despotism f yet fa spite of the mag nitude of the Irvterest at stake, would be patriot's and statesmen stop to hig gle about the acceptance, or noi-ao-'. ceptance of Uiat which b already thrimt upon us, and en...

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 July 1871

THE CHRONICLE NS3LETT to GRANT, , I'UUI.IHHKIIH XHO I'KOfHIKTOM, HATM or AllVkKTISIKH. Jn dollnr per square of ten II now or lesa. Ci.ahksvii.i.i Hat. Jti.v 10, 1X71. NOTICE. In future Wewlll chnrwetmo tialf of ur ndverllslnit rntes fur the publl- itlon of Obituaries orTrlbulenof ltcsiect for any omtilnni body. Hlinplo in nnuncouiciil of dctitha will be inserted Ua' IVdRAM DOAK. NKItl.KTT OUANT. AOKNTH. ' Tim fiillowlHK tvitncd gentlemen nre mi- IIioiIzckI to receive and reoelpt for ub- kerlpllons to tho CHRONICLi 'rk-r Northlngtnn ......... l'ort Itoynl.Tcnn, J. . !( Rao,.,.. .Krln, J, M. Newberry ... (V L. Tlioina...... A.M. Wood...- llyriiiu Vaughn.. N. B. Jones....... lllclmrd Carney .. ,.,.......... Krl n( .. fliirksville, ...... ...... Woodlnwn, , ......County, .......Tail's Htatlon, , County, XMulw r who nwHm their puers wllh mi X marked npim slto their tinmen, either on the iiihikIii of the paper or on the nntble wrapper, will know ihalthulr term of sub script inn bus expire...

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 July 1871

mm uicbaxd roarLAis-r. B iOtPH TATMS. A few short month ago, my dear. Ilelore wa two ware one, Vol vowl Uido so many thlnca - 1 luit uow ara navar done. on mid, when home from dally' toll 1 cama with avhliia; brow, Vmr Iwml alone should aootha It pain it never soolltesll now. Ton nl fun would no harden b. , Ami dressas mean allow; lit 1 1 whnt with silks and rings and things - tiiiuUinuliloivliuw. Ton nseiT I sacrifice yourself, And to mjr wMie how, Allowing me t have my way i oo never do ao now. You Ming and play and umllo, And K"h I can't tell how ; You won my heart, I niieva to any .You never gUHlt av now. I mind the moonlight night when I Waa moved to hear yon vow A Joy 'twould be to die for me. why don't you doso nowf Hambnnaa ami their 11 a bit a. Rome husbands never leave home in the morning without knuring their wives and bidding them good bye in the tones of tin wearing love; and the whether It be policy or fact, it ban all the eflect l fact, and those homes are generally p...

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 July 1871

f TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION; 1 fU J.? v ?! '!' TWO DOLLARS A 111, IX ADTiJCE ,p)M If Pal4 Wltkla fill VoithSt ' 8.00 at tit Knd of the Tear, TOM -"VV O H. K Xeatly and Promptly Ixccnted. ,T. HEUNDON, Ul of Illgglns & Co., T rlee'a Landing, Teuu. IIERUDOrJ G COLLING, TOBACCO AND GENERAL i Commission Merchants, Red River Landing, New ProTldenee, Tennessee. Special attention pal J to Inspection ant Sale of Tobacco. Cash advanced 4 j , on Tobacco in (Store. RoferonneR ly FermlBslon t B. O. Keesee, President Bank of Clarksvllle ; T. V. Pet tun, President New Providence Havings Institution, and the trade generally, oct.8, '70-tf. SIGHT OF THE "RED BARREL! COULTER ill-IiEir, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL G RO OE R S, FR&1IKLIH STREET, CURKSVILLE, TEII11ESSEC, SIGN OF RED BARREL, '! Keep constantly on hand a full assortment of 8TAPLE and FANCY OltOCEItlES, all grades of FLOUK, best brands of ROBERTSON COUNTY WHISKY, an other brands of TENNESSEE and KEN TUCKY WHISKEYS, P. II. Porter's Pure OUAPE ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 July 1871

THE CHRONICLE B. W. THOMAS, Emiob. $. HKM.BTT, . A OMAR. SIBL1TT A ttlKT, rOBLIMIBM AMI PUOPklBVOIMft JVrSM IWiMlM per mmcm In afcww, Olui-l'-iIlo, Tcnn.t BATURDAY.. JULY 22, 1871. WHAT B KITTrATIwX. Tl h Tey compreliens.lva term, fomn of rllf unless that power be counterpoised by an equal develop ment of the' blgher virttw. ' The " " - For theChronleli Ci-ap.ksvii.lr, July IS, 1871. Mbssks. Editors i I have lately want of tlib equipoise often makes Seu x iHAnyarUoleatviiieenilngnAr u.gh meittal tudowmenU ncurse tilrow gauge railways, that it waedim soclety, because IU ability to devel-.cult rsfrarnlng from crltlotsm j filled pe the arts and sciences, and to shape as they were with errors, both in as the policy of States, unless subject to gumption and logic The Louisville the wholaome restraints of. publle papers have had several articles from and private virtue, wilt be equally j certain gentleman, who, because conspicuous for lu ability to develops lias been President of a Railro...

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 July 1871

THE CHRONICLE; NEB LETT c. GRANT, Miai.iauaaw a raor irron.. ATM Or AlrVr.BTlMXO. ilne dollar per guar nf ten llw of less. yTT Hubscribers wlm rwiw their, ty and ability, despatching tint bum Pfi;nwi'i " Srlna ' neH" ',tn ri",t rapidity giving .nuT;.f or on oniVifif. Wrapper, will unit tnatineir term m ruo- "" " r -r --- -. .- . - . script ion haeegplred. ' (loin. In Now York, yesterday, was 11 Tennessee Honda old, 72; new, 72. ltealers. In Tennessee Rank Rote, at Kaahvllle, hold inctn Wl87c. Pic-Nic'sareall the rage hereabouts, . Thb weather, recently, Iim been of tli melting kind. Head advertisement of second- ti a nd buggy and harness. OvtC exchange, throughout the Htate, all have a good word to say about our Tobacco Fair. Wb publish an Interesting little sermon, on flint page, " Follow Ale," to which we invite the attention of the reader. Wt publish an Interesting comma n lent Ion from Kansas. Any who have the Kansas fever will be bene- lltted by a perusal of It. A call is made ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 July 1871

. THK OBAVC mr OESCKAt. t.CE. A oorreNMQdeiU dwetlUrur the Commencement exercises at Wash ington-Leo College. Lex Ins: ton. Vlr ginia, tbvi speaks oC tb tomb of Cien. Lee: , , , . . , "Hundred of people visited, on yesterday, thetonibof lxf which is Id the bnwment ut Lee Chapel. The lieat marble slnb which covers the nult, the dimple Inscription. 'Ilobert Xdward Lee Korn January 18, 1807 Died October 11, 1870,' the railing of black walnut, the post capped with marble, and the decoration of flowers, evergreens and immor telle, improtiKed every one with tlio exceeding good tii&U with which , everything bad been arranired. But we had opportunity, on yesterday, of judging v. lint the tomb would be when the riet-tgn of the Memorial As aoclatlon in carried out. Valentine, the gifted younjr sculptor, has nlaced near the tomb his model In plaster of .i i , . me Harcopnagun wnicn me Jee aie morial AsftoeintioD propose to place over his grave " It represent General Lee as asleep in his ni...

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