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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 July 1871

t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS A f K AB, I ADVAXCl . $1.50 It Paid Within Six Montn.. 8.00 at the Knd of the Tear. CLARK RATES OF ADVERTISES, SO1. SqtAirS. 11 Ol MOISMOI. MO It HO t ttftlr.,gvAl.. t HniiiimiA.,, t w IW ft an U co wi nt VA49 HO (Kf m m m fa s to la to S tar a on toon i ami II Ml 1 H o no M an T O 13 V O 11 Ii Xeattr and Promptly Executed ' in on' uoo iMaihM IX VOL. 41. NO 39. CLARKSVILLE, TENN.y SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1871. WHOLE NO. 2,171, 12r Iftiai 20 Ml V5l lAonllTOOjJHWl Ml 2.-. OU1!! Oil i.ViOII 4.1 Ml ,10 WliSiOO1! OOlMI (HI OLE. tlmtiii IZtWftm'w.. $ Colimm. 1 Coltrmn.u T. HEHNDON, Late of RlKglna & Co., Trlec'u landing, Teiiu. HERWD OUT Cc COLLINS, TOBACCO AND GENERAL Commission XVTcrcliants. Red River Landing, New ProvidenceTennessee. Special attention paid to Inspection and Sale of Tobacco. Cash advanced , ( ou Tobacco in Ktose. Hrroiio ly I'crmtmailoii I " II. O. K?eeo, President Unnk of Clarksvllle; T. V. Pettus, President New Providence Havings In...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 29 July 1871

THE CHRONICLE K W. THOMAS, Editor. . t kbbuctt. 4. A. CBAHT. SKBLITT A C B A H T rtuMHii am PKormvrons. Vers Tiv Doiiart prr amrntm In cwJi-mwff. 01nt-lM-rilIe, Tenn.i SATURDAY. JULY 29, 1871. , TOVTIirVI. AWMTIOJI. II fa natural thirt evtry yonng man, ' wUsu. about entering opnu the duties and rexponblbllltioa of manhood, abould aspire to a future of tllstinc t tlon, based upon wealth, or profess ' tonal auocesa. Lured oit by the bril liant career of some isolated case, which farorlntf dMHiuwttmeee, Im proved by more than onlinary .intel lect and Judicious perseverance, has , culminated la fame and wealth, the over, sanguine youth is apt to mistake the rare exception for the general ule a mistake always dangerous and often fatal. " What has been done, can be done agalu," Is the de lusive but inspiring motto of very many youthful aspirants who learn, too late, that they have done what has been often done mistaken their own capacity and sacrllloed their best tlntcreHts while dreaming...

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 July 1871

TUB C EliONICLE NEB LETT So GRANT, , . PUBLlSIUtH AKD rBOfBIKTUBSi KATM or ADVKBTIIUICO. 0n dollar per square of ten line or lew. (Jlakkiiviii.ii, Hat. Jfir SO, 1H71. "CT" Huhsorlher who receive Uiolr yL papers Willi nn X marked opw,. y sit their names, either on Hip margin of the paper or on the outside wrapper, will know thai their term of sub scription nos sspireu. Gold, tn New York, yesterday, wai 11ZJ4. Tennessee Bonds old, 72 ; new, 72. . . Hauler, tu Tennessee Bank Botes, at Niwhvllle, hold them MfiiSlo. In coiiHcqueuco of tlio prolonged indisposition of our partner, Mr. J. A. Grant, the office ban no time to cull Oil creditors, anil wt think it la uit unreasonable to ask creditors to call on the office, and pay cp. Tus poetical contribution of J. B. will appear In our next issue. Cotillion part v.-Tliere will be a cotillion Tarty given at the Bene ventuni Hotel, Guthrie City, Ky., on Tuesday evening, next. A pleasant time la antlul Dated. ' Fon 8AI.K.' S.H. Northlugtou of t ...

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 July 1871

America IBiytflala. The following In regard tth nunt W, denominational peeularHlM, etc., rf the Baptlats of America, possesses interest; " ' f J ' ' '' It Is estimated that there are near ly two million Haptista in this coun try, divided among a half dosnn de nominations. The IteKMlur ltaptists f the Cal vans! ti or clone commun ion type, are he most numerous ; but there te a -strong party, certainly number!) more than, owe hundred and flfty thousand, in favor of open eommunhm and co operation wltli all evangelical C'hritiaus. Amoiifr the leaders of thrs party are Clas How ard Maleom, J. Hyatt Binlth. 11. A. Bawtelland Hon. John O'Ponnell. and their views are ably , represented by the Haptiat Union, a welj-eonduot-ed paper ii New York eity edited by G. A. Ball. The Free Baptists, also open coratmmtetsandanti-Calvliilstif in doctrine, number about seventy thousand.- There are about seventy thousand Chrktlan BnntlsU. orG'hrla- tlans, as they are uxnalry called, who are unitarians in 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. — 5 August 1871

u gBBB 1 ... I JWi. -,imi. n . auwa ""B !- - . i - "-- -r TEKKS Of SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLAftl 1 Till, II ADTAKCa 'iM If Paid Wltfcla tlx Xoith.. 1.09 at Ike Knd of the Tear. jr o n w o Neatly ani Promptly Ixecited. OLARKS VILLE ; CKRONICLE. ,v :.......,.. ' '" ' 9 - I Hquare...,... ISO 40 500 fteo 111 tit ' ' ' ; ' ....... ,. , i hiiMin, mi mi; in on n 10 mm !!!S!!!!!!!!!SSSS!!SS!!!!!!!!SS!!K t Buunrea,.,,. T Oil 10 mil 12 Oil IS fto v W XI f-JT ii . " " " r .... . - - - .... ; ; 7 : . . . js-swayasg HViAmnum. It I an l a ?- o MM TM 14 XT ft in . i : ? ' ? r. -' U. intrntrtr n tn--T-T A sntf-tv i iritim . ' ' . - ; JwC'nluiiin. 12 Oil M (Xilln 0,M fKI Ml uu. u. ..UliAliftJSVlLLlfi, I1UM1N., BA-JEUJ4UAI, AUUUBT 6, 1871. ' WHOLE RO. 2,172. ' J?iCTr: SSIiSS SSIlSS S3 I i. .. ' ' ... 1 Coluiiiiu....;.iX000ii00l00U6O Wi loot T. HKUXDON, I-ste of Rigging & Co.. ! Trice's Landing, Tenu. : A. P. COIXIKH, . Lafayette, Ky HQRTJDON GOLLinS TOBACCO AND GENERAL Commission Merchants, v ' , Be...

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 August 1871

i THE CHRONICLE lif TT. THOMAS, Emtor. - A MSItKfr. i. A. O HAITI. ' rt'ni lHnKR ASn SHnFlilKTOKA. Term. JVs floWm-i jjrr finvw frt arii-ance. v. : .... ClurlcHvlllo Tcnu.i )HA'rUttDAY......",..AUQ. .5, 1871. WOHAX-1IER EDl't'ATIOV. ft is R fnef, irril attested by old pcisono, that the incidents of enrfy childhood are, often, more tllstinctry' remembered than thosn of .wrsMf- g-; and even when time has erased from the mind the most active facul ties, the lips will prattle-of the scenes Mini IncltleuUof flint drlMlKxxl. The 4ormaiieflee.of :ltrst imprjnsftnw, and their potent agency In shaping the diameters aud !( lilies of men, for good or evil, Indicate the Importance i)f the more thorough and practical education of females. '.. If It be true, nit we hare assumed, that the earliest Impressions nre the most lasting, it: will follow, ns a necessary consequence, that early rhildhood Is th crisis, of life upon ivliieh depend, to a Vital exteirt,- the Rood and evil developed in after ye...

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 August 1871

THE 'CHRONICLE NEBUETT io ORANT, ATM or AUVKftTiatNO. ;m dollar per square of ton H nes or Jess. T:i.AKlcnvli.m, Ati K 171. XMulrscrlla-r who receive Ihelr tniixTH with en X mnrked nppo Kiln their nunw, either mi (lie Margin of III- Ppcr " "' "' wrapper, will hnnwlbaltbclruirmof ub acrlptluu tin expired. ' " , ' U.n.n, In iVew York, yesterday, wa II2& Tennessee llntid--old,72, tfW, 72. iMlrn, in Tunuohwis Hunk, note,,, fit NahvllljJiJ1''sTn- To-iay the celulirntlon of the As luirv Bundny Holiool romp off, and Is ftl)oiunienomentday forthe fourth i qtmrtm-ly meeting at thai point, i W e urt err that wo were ao altuated an to.ta unable tr) atteiid pof J!v,t" tloii. Wk Uurn, from the Tobacco Leaf, that, on Monday a fine gold which waa'preaented, by the Median-'Mr. ics of the machine shop, to Mr. Uls- j witti wupu uracey ana .ur. lAMjnaru, sell, master mechanic, as a token of (of the Red III ver crossing and the ap their appreciation of his merits. Notproach to, and entrance to iPro...

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 August 1871

I AX THIRKlXCt or MT XOTKKII. T riKMty jonntiif. - : -., ! lnrtTT nrtrtirtmtnf my mother, ' ' And agatai 1 am achlld, At tnf uimmtmj bring la-for too , The MaiUiH twramlle, Anil Uta NmtoiUftuiimlHMMi Of her weet.anrnrf vocc; And often in niyvlKluns , I see tier from afar, ..' ' ' Jlr loved eye lHuutlHrHimlng I am thlnkinirof my mother. And tliouah tho carcliiaa throng", .. ' TVhoaeonly Hil I pleaiium, May aing their lrcn iik, Yet mjr mother' penile teaching, Wbinh lay childhood' bottom bore, On. my hearfcaiUII nnwnr Though aha In nntrno mora. ' . And my every thought grow brighter, A an Infattfaalnieaa iiimw, A" awhlaperlna; aplrlt tclla me, Hh lugmlng on me now, I am thinking of my mother. . Am) ewry tliotutlit lUitli roll Like act ml rafreKltinti wave. Through- the deaert of mar ihmvI r. And the inamorte that they bring m Of the bright and humpy past Bteal many a drop of iwirow That In my cup lacnat. And Hnras, with gentle accents, Rpaak softly In my eur That with Jod end the Ange...

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 August 1871

'..:, I l.-J .'..I ; "J. i ;.. ;. .l.UiirJf i: : ,:t AX, i.-i ft I m vt i '.-if . ,, . , T"1TT A . TPT "tT" -T M "XT T" TT T7 " tt' " TT"TI - i r i . .""M -r-r TW ttlUZ TZ13, II UT15C1 W W If Pall W!:!a Six Koitfci. MS at the KM of tie Tear, '.- r , r r KOV SqtjrSEA iMiftiarS.rfAwv. H'iara....i. 1 K.Qnrm..,.. U i trluirmi.. i ''Wtmn.:,... ii t'olaiitn JOB "VV O K. I i M hi f lei - ,., t -'. - J ' I ' ' 1 ! , Hentlj and rromptlr Ixeeated. ! . ,vbt;:4i.-N0 4i. CLARKSVILLE, TENN.;;'SATURDAY; AUGUST WXVtlV ; WHOLE NO. m. SCol "ton Column......... Ilfflim.;.,,. Imr 1 so. 3 solo So If MO f SO 4 .V) SN I fa n ft Aon SOU tn - wir T 00" r 00 ht . . Kif I00"rtfii io ' ' , sutiV 12 IIO 0 0 'JIIO 1 t Ki Iff iMHI lTISl', 0- w 1 . AO Iff wis) m nuiai o i ,-1,-r vour. ou'siom-xxi luettf T; nERSDON.'LoteofWgglpiACo., , HEIVXJDOrj O COLLIUG, Red RUer Landing, New ProTldcnce, Tecscssce. Special attention paid to Inspection and Rale of Tobacco' " . ou Tobacco In Mtore. ' Rcforoneen y: PcrmUialon I , B...

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 August 1871

TUDcnnoiTicLE TL XT. T::OUA, EDlTtm. , a it mum-a. a. i SBBIITI A fiEAHT, vtnnifwmM a we- whjp bib mee. Tarwut JIWeBi per omvwm fit odiiw. 01ark-rlIIor Tenn.t BATURPAY..- .AUG. 12, IST1. f. rMir im mrmmnftru. ' .Muoii-Hi llnjr,Bald, ly ncrrtafn claw of newspapers, about nreservfnjr the unity of the Democratic party by adherence to flmt principles. Strictly speaking, there are no parties In this country, at this tfme,4nt an abund ance of factions.. The Democrats are divided Into old achowt, and new de parture factions, and by the split, are paving the way for disastrous defeat hi 1872. The RepuMfcans o mfsa ealled are dIvkM Into as Inony op posing cliques as there are "ItlnKs," to be benefitted by claw regulation. It would seem an cosy matter to de feat the fatter by a united effort of the opposition,- btrt factions held to gether, solely, by the "cohesive power of pulilio plunder"' can be united, as erre man, whenever the alarm Is giv en that the spoils are In danger. It ennnot be g...

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 August 1871

TUB C HP.ONICLE NEB LETT t GRANT, . rratmurM akd riMrainnM. , atu or AbKitrntnu. 9ns dollar nor square of tan linns of Im . CbAftKHVILLft, tlA.T.'Ava. II, M71. XBubscrlbew who receive their pspers wllb no X marked oppo site tlmlr niunes. either on tlie margin of Ihe paper or on the outside wrapper, will knw that their term of sub scription has expired, i '( ' OoLb, In New York, yesterday, M Tennessee Uonde oA,lSfi; new, Dealers, In Tennessee Hank notes, at Hathvllle, hoM thcM 7(V. - 1 ' "- The new Cumberland Presbyterian church, at Uuthrte City, vm dedicat ed last Sunday .... . . . . . .. . , . .-. .1 .. i AV were glad to nwet our friend, Junius Kimble, of Adalrvllle, In the city tble wtekM, - John R. Martin will bring us a basket of fine peaches occasionally. He raise magnlfient fruit,, and k nows who eatt appreciate L nitTURNED. Our townsman, W. W. Bradley, has returned from In diana, where be has been rtiHtlcallnjr for fit weeks, and we are pleased to notice that ha looks ae gay ...

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 August 1871

ajS, 3 , a , t xni ll F lr a vaia kunu at luid-dny tho tlcW cumbers; on t lor ar pmmto tnlpwptm tb Vole. M for aliWleon t-y thawiawteter, With nothing bat aeroeaaJl ranged In raw ; '- ft a r i " - Oh I frVI(( Mibls.-- ifed litdmmeW. T Hieanura inu iimmsvw that ruiia (mm 1 my biuw. t M Civil Exqiu V V AnCIIltEOf, hi tbftUhlaeold warldwaiwtwcwtjihsses oiuor, ' -.i. . . w (That's Irony rod hot, tt seomcth to me ;) Oil I for A turn of lldmaded cold slwmlder; Oh I whnt a comfort An ague wuold be. hi foe- m Dot to tn-trptry KearesV ' ' ' i Hoooied lii the rock under catnrttot TMl f t)ht for a WliUer of discontent even ; , Oh I for wet blaiUtalaJuUuitously cunt. Vhl for a trt 11 the wrmldberwrretUflL MID S U R V E V OR. I Mnnfilnnr' Ri-nt for All kind of niAK-rli.l nnd work for building. April lV71-ly . . : GOODS FOR JUWE ! ; r ? (W nt lWtst tolrwt lllltlw.airunei b,r;) Thitn the fever muy tome ns eW-clnitl Ami luHt until winter in with us no mom. 'NEW B W? IIP 'iif h I r'rl fills ." '.yJL...

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 August 1871

3 T:r.s cr surscRiPTio.i. iw tnuts i has, 19 imici U.M if rid WKtra an .... tM at the iU of the Tear, Kft(t0 K6; )ritav I MO II ne si jm e-Jv tn i lie VstUll' CWfTTe1.VAU T w ' il .i i 00 its J O 13 WO Tt 1C Neatly aad ProMptly Iieeated. io VOL. 41. NO 42. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1871. WHOLE NO. 2,174. isoM rf 00 !0 ft en neea it tev . CIjARKS VBjLE OEiROKJOLR ssasssjasssjsjssssags ii r f . i ' v ' i " j ; . . . . . ...... : T. HKRMDOX, I,ateof Rtgglna A Co., Trio' Landing, Twin. HEnrjDon a colliijg, TOBACCO AND GENERAL cixrilcoioii IHcroEiants, - - Ced Elver Landing, New Providence, Tennessee. . Special attention paid to Inspection . on loimceo - - ItcfVirenocM ty D. O. Keesee, President Bank of new rrovidence Having institution, ClOn OF THE "RED BARREL 1 WHOLES A LE G;'-RO C E !R S , WM STREET, CUBKSYILLE, TEHIIESSEt, blOU OF RGD BilRREIj, Keep constantly on hand a full assortment of 8TAPLK and FANCY GllOCERIKH, all grades of FLOUR, bent brand of ROBERTSON COUNTY ...

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 August 1871

TnncziioiacLE tt.' W. THOMAS, Editc. t. S BOSXtTT. ' ... . . OttJkJ. FCSMsnsBS Ann rwinimiFP, TVrur TVc Itodnrt ffr annum tn mdvatm. vtni p.m.'p - - rTATURDAY ........ AUG. Iff, 1871. VAHXEB A rAIHn. . We suggested", In our Fast fssnc, that even the best of otrr farmer, with the best lands, lu the oournryPtnt making nothing, and the great majority ere being gradually Impoverished. This result, In partT from th character of labor employed and, In part, from the avNtf m of farmlnn and the kind of agricultural products relied upon for profit. ' - .... Thlsrmercf been an essentially tobncco-growlng section! the land- holdera and the labor rs have been ,"n, that notbeine potted, we did not trained and habituated to Its prod uo- .choose to go- ft Mind.. It waa our tloti, until the belief has bejome fla good ftwtoue, however, to the early ed that the attempt to role any toth-JP tl week, to receive a visit er staple will prove ruinous. IUe-mi; f"m Mr. T. D. Leonard, an authorl- tiever to ha...

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 August 1871

Ells CHRONICLE NEBUETT 4c. Q R A NT, rUHMUKM AXB rHOPSIRTOBa, , BATBS OS ADVtBTfSIKO. dn dollar per iqgM f tea Unas o r VT- Muhscrlliers who reertve their X lln wlib an X marked ooim- c!V. lit their nnmos. either on the tnrln of the peper or on the imiUI.Is wrapper, will know UuitUiclr term of sub scription ho expired. OuLO, In New York, yesterday, tm 112. Tennessee Bonds old,75;J naw, 7AJ-J. .. Dealers, In Tennessee Bank notes, at Hesbvllle, hohl them STWc. Akotheu first-class ruin fell last Wednesday evening. 1 ifft.C. I.. rALLAKt)iaHAaf died At Cumlftrhmd, Maryland,. 18th. Inst ; ... . ..4 F r. Napoleon and ex-Queen Chrls . Una, of Spain, are negotiating fur es tate to locate In A merlin. CiKCir8."Ord John Boblnrmn's" Circus and Menagerie will exhibit In this place, Huturday, September 2nd. RkMkmhrh that all taxes due the c(ty, and iiotpaldby the 2fltt Inst., wll( be collected by levy and sale, s Jt seems to na (hat mosquito bar goods would make an excellent wear lug apparel this...

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 August 1871

SaJt, BBQCgtfAN, H. S. BKUaBrtMT. toccsiiAN ' IriiNsa tiw, BU6QY AND VAGON SC, - I t.a-ylHe,Tenn. Wf keep i bemd th wmgeet stork of fiirrtege, Hoggy auwt WHtc-m werk In the Slate. Including the celebrated K. Hay. at 'o' liuggy work of Wheeling, Va,nisnu tctureirby Wheeling Wagon and Carriage Com puny, M-AII workeuMby MWaraUd.Uglve finntacttDSy. - JauS-ly. , o , C. A. JOIItlOTOM, DENTIST, eerica oa COBNKR TIITO AiwrmKinrtTS., CLARKSVILLE, TENN. SAM THK ONLY DENTfHT WHO HA theriglittoueDr.Htuok,'Kw Motkwd Vulcanite Plates, , March ft. 1S70-1, National Hotel, CLARKSVILLE, TENN.' . T. D. SCOTT, - ' ' ,JVoj5Heor. Thla hmts la eenotete In all Ma appoln. wim, end the tablerupplled wlirt the best She market affords, at reasonable rale. , Jan. 2V 'm-U ' TO LET. The STORE in Chronicle Ruthllng, No. TKranklln street, oueof tbemust ueeuuble eUoro Room lu the city. Apply to 0. w. Myarlt. may 13, 71-tf. A. J. McKAY, MILLRI6IIT AND ENGINEER, ClnrSavllle, Tenneaaae. M ILLS, of all descriptions, ei-...

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 August 1871

Yep.::s of sudscription. TWO M0LUB9 A TEAR, IX ADTA5CK $2.30 If Paid Within Six Month. 3.00 at the Knd of the Tear, RATES OF ADVECTI. rZlX so-. socBta I mo4ii not 8 o4 ( BW Its I m, re i Hipiores., 1 H4uarw.w.. li l.olUltlll..,.., t (!olaluilH, '4 t'nlmitn- 4 1 olirrrm..., I Column... n i.W too1 a it t 4 00! m 10 (W i aim 7 on. Hum IA i i) ; tj ini, iao" mi J O li W O 31 IC Neatly and Promptly Executed. VOL. 41. NO 43. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1871:, WHOLE NO. 2,175. I? Wl-li, IH' 411 U"lk ' 1. ton 1 17 oV'ts mi: . soei re en)M naUa ,weo;o'oo!fi en J" aw IMMHi a ' snannaannnavaBk. nanaana . a- vvMP aaaaaaaaw. aaajsnana mmbn sanaarnnnnaa-- ' 1 ' r . ' - -Jl" aw a . . , - - - .nnaaw A aMn - - T. HF.RNDON, Lata of Riggius A Co., Trice's Landing, Tenn. IIEIINDON TOBACCO AND GENERAL Commission ,'"Rcd. BUcr Landing, New Special ft' ten t Ion pold to Inspection on ou Tobacco llcforcnt'cH ly B. O. Keesec, President Bank of New Providence Havlugs Institution, ClOrJ OF THE "RE...

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 August 1871

THE CHRONICLE H. W. THOMAS, Ksmou - A MKeuPST. "' rvmritnicRii aha mofRirmnm. 9ermtt Two Vaiktn pr annum in limv. C?tr1siville, Tcnu.j BATtrRDAY.-.........T;. 2, 187f, TUB PKIXCKTOT RA8C0TT C.U'GE. - The plan adopted" ty tfie ennrnss- era of tfifo rood, fo tnfte, ir sulsTilp-jlng" Hon of sfocft, artythirrT ffiirt may be needed for Its construction, Is a good, move. JSspcolully m, is thnt tvaiure which proposes to take In nd, as stock, at n fair CftHh valuation, and to tnort gage the same as security forthecnslt capital required to curry on the work. There la scarcely a farmer, along he line of the contemplated mad, who nm not more land than he can profit ably cultivate. . As things now stand, he cannot sell the surplus, for ! me reason, mm reui Fiinw is ni in demand. It Is not in demand because It Is heavily taxed, and beennse there Is no Immigration of yemnm want ing homes. , . J - Under these Hrcumstaneos, the best thing landholders can do, 1 to sub scribe their surplus hinds as s...

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 August 1871

THE CHltOJUCLK1 NEBLETT GRANT, rUBLIflHSUS ATW MlOIMtIETlllt V ' (ATM or jkUVKBTINIXt). 3ns dollar per square of ten lines or less. u.,i,w.-m,r whr) teenve their; Kits their names, either on Hi wV7per.wK scrlpllou h expired. ' 1 Goto. In Wow York. yesterday . was 112J4. Tennessee Bonds old, 7S; new, 7iy! Dealers, In Tennessee Bank note, at Nash llle. hold them S7&8NO. Foil tiik Camp mkrtino. A spe cial train will leave the depot to morrow Sunday) morning at 7.4 J, for tbe Camp-meetlnit at Cnlar Hill. Upturning will leave Cedar Hill at fl.30, , H-i anil arrive at Clarksville at' 6.80. Half fare rate will be charged. Ws have thirtecu churches In our city, wight white arid ft v colored. Call at the grocery store of Henry Freeh, and supply your If with pure need wheat. . . . ' &Vrefciiiestel by Ml Margeret King to state that Iwr tuition foe for music Is to tie paid In advance. Woiikmkx are husy repairing the Christian church, which had given tvnv. ' Thin, we ftmixme. will Inter ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 26 August 1871

"Oenehatioh after sreneratlon." aya a Hot writer, "have VU m we now feci, and their lives were m no li ve an our own. They paxned like vapor, while nature wore the earae aspect of beauty m wlieav 0h1 com manded her to be. The heavens shall le a aright over our graves as they ow ara armirxl our- paths. The world will have the name attractions for our offspring yet unborn as ft had once for our children. Yet In a little while all will have happened. The throbbing henrt wilt be at ret. . Our funeral will wind its way, and prsyeis will be said, and then we shall be left alone In alienee and In' darkneM for the Worms, and It maybe for a short time we shall In? spoken of, but the things of life will creep In, and our names will soon be forgotten. Days will continue to move on, and Inughlev a ad song will be heard irr tlie roam In which we died; and the eyes that mourned for us will be dried, and glisten ngnlu for joy; and even our children will cease to think of us, and will not renumber ...

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