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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 September 1871

TChdsWSbcSCR!FTl6R. f WC )Lim A HAS, IN IIHHII ijjo ir raid witkm su MMtht. : jSjOO at (k fnd of tao Jr. , - T .o ! .w o ir it . i frail ad treHptljr fcxee.ted.1 '1 Vr f- , .. hates c? act::.t; ire-. Ktmx Ilnri mot late list t a)nfrare.M.Mw isn 4 50 sou ttw ' t eo i eo too 1 Mioarea.M... 5 SO; ice 1 tHqaars to Coluin r.eVwaa TOO isiai wee MOO . VOL. 44. . CLARKS VILLE TENN., SATURDAY; SEPTEMBER !, 1871. WHOLE NO. 1,17$, L CulumQWM... IS 901 won !0 4 1) lorn Col viniieawtH lOtv n on M an' MOO men Mo- 40 tttu CSYILLB! . .. CHRONICLE. ' . . 1 V ,,-"" ') , . . - - t ill.- - . . . .... . . i ' u ! .i l i; ' .. 'i -i . ' - 'i , V v T. HERNDON, Lte of Rlgglna & Co., -' Trlee' Lauding, Teuu, HERHDOn G COL 1m I U C , "TOBACCO AND-GENERAL: 1: Conainiscion " -Elcrcliaxxts, . T BeOBlYer landing, .New rrottdencc, Tennessee. Special attention paid to Inspection and Bute of Tobacco. Cash advanced i ' on Tobacoo In Store. ; !i ' J .. ' ii , -k ...' :. i ' ; : : : ... Iloftsrenooa by Permlaaloni...

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

TIIE CHRONICLE B. W. THOMAri, Editor. . NBBLBTT. I . , , A. BtVAllT. ,: H1B1ITT SKI'TV i ' '.' rcHMSttaa wt rnorniBTom. Trent-r TV Doilmt ptr annum In ndrorvr. ClurkM vlllo, Ttnn.i SATURDAY ...SEW. 2, 1871. i tii advocate or this political ner- 1 UAICE SICK MOKK. 7:' flier Is, anil very naturuily.rnuch 4. solicitude felt by the cHir-ens of ' Chirksvlll and New Providence, to -know In what "way, ' and to what , extent, the , contemplated roail to Princeton la likely to affect tint wel . fitr of the two towns. And since the-questlon la often propounded to mm, we will annwor It, through these columns, and In accordance with the Unlit we have on the ouhftyf. ' The", tlm,lias' pansed when Htlea .were built up by rivers nnq roans, ex cept lu cases where tiature had Axed the tfrminti of the one .or the other. The equalization of localities through the direct 'agency ;, of artlllulal chan ) or trade, haa M modified the que Hon of advaplagcs, or disadvant ages, as to leave the tleclslon to t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 September 1871

imOtttlONICLE NEB LETT &, GRANT, -rrsLienc4 m esovni stows. ATM or ADVEBTISIKO. On dollar per sqnar of ten line of leas. CLAHIHfiuil, mat'. H. W71. X Subscribers who receive Ihclr papers wllh an X marked oppn tllr nsme. either on the mrlii of the paper oron the ontslde wrapper, will know thallhelr term of sub scription ha expired. J Oold. In New York. yesterday, Was H2t. Tiidmim Bohda old, 75; nw, 75. ' ; iMalnr, In Tennessee fk totor UmIivUU. holil them frgftlc. ,i i .. . Toe free Schools ere expected to opto on Monday the Uth lust. ' ..i ajsy aBBSBxj ' " Thb. trains thin week have been crowded ; with pftsaengearg' for the great Camp-meetlinr at Cednr Hill. i . ..- 3 t gTEWAOT CoMJCOS onel Its fall session yeslerdBy." 'An Increased number of pupils I expected, ( ! ,.t i i a 1 1 ., Tiik next session of the Tennessee Conference, will lie held at Lebanon, eoramenciiig October the 4lh; ' ' ' ; . . .,1 i. . '' " ' ' CoHRRCTioN .-Miss Margaret Ring's tuition fee for music, Is payable...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 September 1871

f it it jPATn. y , . . ; When fmrtnne seems nor fiat; The better bred will pm.li ahead Am) strike .r braver blow. K-' k work. . ' -one who shirk ftnoede -nVfkrhpra, , i t-i iitKr, 1 -Ir r Ik wiy - That V-.-r ih aavs room. A ' II never nnye fo wreck the health En 1 nidging after sain, And he Is sold wtm llilnksthsl ald ... 1 elteapeat bought wills piw ' A humble to,' - -. 1 . A cosy col Da trftrptf1 even kings; v ' Rot oft coirteul.ru at ail B(. ""II never peyal a (Mint refrain y For see and youth mM learn the truth -V , . Minn mm JfUIV If To brliia nmlnnire.1 ihmwh i- w nils wnat i light In heaven's sight , I always sura to bless. ' ' ''''' RtwrM.PrMrT Tomatoes. A corrertMindeBt at Webster, New York, sends the Kuraf New Yorker tlie following: Al the tomato nea n is approaching I can contribute fin way or Jtepnlnir ' them for win ter UHe that Way bo .new 'to some of Tour renders. I ate them in Febru ary, sliced mid Reasoned with sugar ana a nine vinegar, that seemed every way as nice...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 September 1871

', wnr- ? v..? ; TW C31UXS A Itll, IX ABTAJCI $140 tr tttlala Six Koalas. : i l,C fit tie (ad of the fear. cmkonm laojic 'ieo v a r. ' IJUJLJiLld 11 ate I HnnoirsvM.M. i us. "s..im,. H f iilomii..... W Column...... Z Colum .., Column. I Coiumaw... ISM It (w a c . . J O J3 W O R Iv - Ifiilr and Vrcapttjr Zitcatrd. M0lta)a l" It il SmI' II ' l (HI 17 0i-.i t foian i , tot VOli. 41.--N0 45. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1871. WHOLE NO. 2,177 RsTr. C7 Ar qrri T., IIKRNDOX, Lute of Rigging & Co, , Tribe' Landing, Teuu. , HCIUlDOri C COLLIUG, 1 TOBACCO AND GENERAL ; Red Rlter Landing, , New ProTWence, Tennessee. jpaolal attention paid to Inspection and Hale of Tobacco. Cash advanced ou Tobacco In rJtor. - ' . HnlVrenocM by Pcrmlaalpm B. O. Kwim. President iVank of iew t'rovidenoe Havings iiiHtltution, GlOrJ OP THE "RED DARRCLI eel - I ' - ., i - . . WHOLESALE G R OOERSr FnillKLlIl STREET, CUnUSVILLE, TEI1UESSEC, CIOU OF RED kiinnci., - Keep constantly on hand a full assor...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 September 1871

XrZ"M'eL".i'm Hi m,i,m urn itm 'CHRONICLE K. W THOMAS. Editok. t. S VSUI.KTr. . ' I- UAT. SIBLSTT k RAST, JVrms fivo Dotlun prr annum In advancr. C?lurkvlllcs TcMu.t SATURDAY ........ SEIT. 0, IN71. Ir U U-I !, fcy rrtf Demo crat, nil iwt n few Had lea Is, (hat . majority, lhe eilp, l opoeil to , Jh corrupt and oppressive rulsof Hi port hi power. This be-llpf fci found ed upon the dlHSfiiHlonx lit the ranks ' of that party arid the Miwig Radical Apposition to tlie rc-nonilnutlon of . Grant. ' " t ,Tuo Indication would Inconclus ive were tlie tnassea free and patriot ic; butlfliigKlave,Uke to prejudice nd 'party dlselpline, tlieywffl obey ifie orders of their leaders, and ne long as th xe lenders are for snle ami Grant has enough of the people's . jaopey to buy inem, it win not nc safe to rely, for success, upon dissen sions which, If real, can be healed by fheappllcation of greenbacks and the -v piVty lash. - lint whether real or riot, tii&v fidiiiior. im mnriH avaiinoie lor 1 ....

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 September 1871

THE-CHRONICLE NEBLETT oV GRANT, , POLUUCIUl AMD lB0faiaTOB. , sates or advcktisiko: Jns dollfcr per inam of tan linns or U Ciuaasvifct.. Bat. rpT. , 1X71. HuWrlberS who receive their papers with nn X marKeu oppo- . site tlielr nmnn, either on the Margin of the pspor or on the outalrie wrapper, will know that ihctrienn of sub attrlptlon Imsexplred. ' OoLp, In New York', yesterday, was tlSJ!. Tttnewi Bond oltt, 7:Vf new, 74. i. Vmou.!n Tenneasee Hunk bote, el Jfsahvliie, hold tliBin 4.scc. w Nkw Advektiskmkxta. Mont gomery Agricultural Society, Bloch l!ro. dry goods. - Itarker 4 Court, grocers. Tele Johnson,' Buota, Suoes, Hats, In.'.. ;.' Fix'A Smith;' Hardware, a 1 ' ! -Kellogg. Co., .Lumber and 'wood for sale. iWi ' F Young, auctioneer. Folk O. Johnson, C. A M., sales of valuable houses and lots in the city, .and farm. '.. , ,. ",. , j . ' '," Call on W. M. Kerr, for Alderman. "t, ' Call on J, Holmes," for Alderman. ' ' it lllckannouncement tor Alder rnati. J. Hick Johnson, announc...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 September 1871

t ... :;,' MTMwm. , - . A man may t addicted W many lue,, and yet tlitre way b kop of focliMli 1a. A the moment he loeea a.i m r.rti of character, and all uchHine:j of a eupwrio nature that is, the moment he begin to look pon himself and vice aa worthy of m another that moment all hone r( r claiming lilm perlHhtu; for the lut ground Is tuirieiHlured on which It la io alhle for hi remaining good principle to rally and nut he a stand. We have fU'i known men who have retained their aeM-respect long after they had hint their reunrd for princi ple hut never one who retained hi regard for principle: after he had loM hi elf-retft. Destroy this,, and you destroy everything; for a man who doe not reHpect hlmw.-If', r expects notliittg, , - A Moon Cistehn. CoiiMtmcl the efatprn no it will hold water to the top If neceary; cover It so no aweep Inn or wattlilng run enter, and' pro Title for good ventilation. If a pump lie lined, run the suction plpt) no near er the. hottotn-than 18 Inehea. Keep...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 September 1871

TCR3S OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLIES A TUB, IN ABTiXCK ti.sa ir rata witaia sn loatae. t.eo at tie lad of ike Tear. .V. I V. CHRQN rates orAtrr-Trcs, IKO I vol are list y Tnrmre....u. I iirarwi u. I fyirra.,..u. H Wlnmn..,. J, (olinnn.. ft Cnlnmn..u. jJColnron...!... I Col iHtttt SOt) 1 on 00 10 ft 'If 6ft T'O I3t w b !r k TOOOl i a VOL; 41.--N0 46. ; CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1871. , WHOLE NO, 2,178. 12 Oil 14 00 1A0" )i oe . (1 M rro Keatly aad Promptly Exeeated. 25 00 so G';.iJM Ml MoolKftraooiooM GEE. DIGPJ OF THE "RED BARREL!" COTIZiTEHL c2 ililiKlTy "WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GRbCERS, FRAIIKLII1 STREET, CURKSVILLE, TEIHlESSEt, SIGN OP RED BARREL, . . i . . . . . . . , ; Keep constantly on hand a full assortment of STAPLE and FANCY OROCERIE8, all grade of FLOUR, best brands of ROBERTSON COUNTY WHISKY, and other brands of TENNESSEE and KEN TUCKY WHISKEYS, P. II. I'orter'a Pure GRAPE WINE. ' We cordially Invite those vlaltlng this market to examine our stock before buy...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 September 1871

tr afcaa THE CHRONICLE B. W. TIIOMAB, Editor. KBULBTT, ' . J, A.OaAlH. HKftLKTT A 0BA3T, irirw Two fJkAUtvt prr annum (it nlrmM Glnrltrvlller Tcnn.i ATUUDAY.. SEPT. 10; 1871. no Nrin. '. The result of the Kentucky election 'K we think, A fair Indication Mint there will be no split In the demo cratic party becauae of the "new de parture." Tbrrr lias been some ex cited discumion of tlie subject, arlaing more from tlionglitlcHfi JiuliHcrutlon and a ralundurHta tiding of IhepoinU In con troverey, than from any real! dlflerenceof opinion aa to the vitality I of the Ixauea involved. The idea eu-J tertalned by the opponents of the a v ' called "departure," seem to have been that IU advocate favor the ob noxious amendment, and propose to adopt their centralizing doctrinea, aa a part of the democratic creed. , The idle disputes as to whether the amend- nenta are tie facto, or de jure, parts f the Federal Conatitullon, have brought out much learned argument and uo little ingenious sophistry ;...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 September 1871

'I1 tttf f IT TI fVWTPT 1? A XxJi V IxlVVn XlyxJ.Cj NBBLETT &. GRANT, at Kit or ADVkXTlHIKO. One dollar per square of ten line or less. ClabkhvimJc, Hat. Hkit Ifl, l71. XHulxwrltxrn who receive their papers with mi X innrked oppo site their iihiiim, either cm the tnnrgln of the paper or on Hi" outside w rti ppc r, w 1 1 1 k n o w t Ii at the! r term of eu b acrlpllon has expired. Uold, In New Torlt, yesterday, was 114. Tennessee Bonds old, 79,'i; new, VPi. Healers, In Tennessee Bank notes, at Kaahvllie, hold them 84(8850. . Persons announcing their names as candidates fur office, m."t pay the fee In advance. The sale of the personal property of the Teunensee Orphan Asylum takes place to-day, on the premises. Rice, Bhoaddus & Co. are receiv ing their new stock of full and winter goods. Call and see them. Foil good Seed Wheat, go to Uenry Freeh's grocery. ' Judob Rich has nearly recovered from the hurt be received a short time ago. Raiw. We had a most glorious rain uu Wednesda...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 September 1871

7h" mule aloftd n Ihesteumbna deck Tha land he would not trend ( They pnlioil IU hniter rmnrt hie neck. And oraeked him o'er Dm kead, Tct flrm and steadfast there h od, Aethouuh formed for to rule: , A critter of heroic blood 1 Waa that tbera ctuwed mule ., ' They msaed .wore -he) wouldn't o Until ha felt Inclined; And thenta)? they hnr'd blow on blow, Hewouiiln't uiiuii- hi. lulnd. The dork baud on the boat then cried,. "ThlB here mul'( hound Ha atey,." nnn hviii uvn toe enrioTe nnie. With laeh they ftted away. HI maiite from Ihe.hnre replied r "The boat about to .all And every other mean, you've tried-. Huppoee you twlel hie tell ; ltd likely tbt wdlr mnlte him land." The deck bend. hra thooirh oulc Artpronehed Mm wtth oulHtrctohed hnnd. To twUt that (here mule's tuil. There eame a sudden kick behind! The man oh I where wan he? A.k or Hie eorily blowing wind, . The Aebua la the mm. For moment there wan not a ttound, A the nmlu hn winked his eve. A thoiiKli to auk of ttioao around,...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 September 1871

2fS5 HimimJ-kim JRATE3 M Wilts; TWO D0lMtjtISl8HADTA5CI 1.00 at Ike Knd of the Tear. , n 1(1.) I 'll' . : : Tf eatl and rrcwptly tictated,- "n. i. iiowmko. TOBACCO AXr commission 0;-K.f."VABKIIOUSEj , SoUcitT'doNBfbKMRN i.VQH ' BAKPUHQ AND ' 8EHJSO JTOBACCO. Bp. IS, IS7l-tf. ' ' V. ... .... ALBX B.HABB H)K. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, V CtiARKSVILLE, TENN. :.;::'1; , Special Atthhtion Paid to Sami'Uno and Seijjnq Leaf Tobacco. aicn or the "red barrex." i- .n -y..v , j. m .,,, L . l I . , -4 t . I i . . , (.. 4 ' V .IV'.' d . . - COULTER 3 : JlBt WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRAHKUH STREET, CURKSVILLt, TE1HIESSEE; SIGKT OF RED BARREIi, ; f '-: - -. i Keep constantly on hand a full assortment of 8TAPLE and FANCY GROUEKIKH, all grades of FLOUK, best brands of ROBERTSON . COUNTY WHISKY, and other brand of TENNESSEE and KEN TUCKY WHISKEYS, P. H. Porter's Pure GRAPE WINE. We cordially Invite those visiting this market to examine our stock before buying. Our stock is all new and fresh, bought for Cash, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 September 1871

flffi CHRONICLE ft. W." THOMAS, Editoii. - A- ilium,, i. 4. ORA ;: ; if i v&crr 6B art, ! ' , irtTBLiswuwi ASTumnpsrsTOHS. fdrmtt TmVoOitri prf annum In advance, Glarlcafvlllo. Tenu.t SATURDAY... SEPT. 23, 1871. y rt.ryt.tMos ahd eqcality. , ' Jefferson once Id, with flu eye, peril n i, to the sound more than the sense, that Ml men are r.reutod equal, ami the Indefinite expression lifts passed Into a political axiom, and be 'rome the motto of a party that em ploys it to hoodwink the mental eye jtt. the public whilst It work out It nefarious designs ggslnst any dlier equality trjan that of a, common en slavement of the masses, and a Com taon wealth and power for those who fun the government. That all men are not ereated equal, Is provtn by their dfrersffled forms and features j by the countless degrees nt mental and physlcaf power and the endless shades of moral bins, passions abd tastes. 'Equality is not a condition Imposed by nature, upon any form f matter, whether animate or I...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 September 1871

I 1 u t i sk THE CHRONICLE N E BLETT &. aR ANT, T" fc,- ., - ( lATu ur AivitTiio. jn dollar tr yij-e Mnjing-' XfMil.wrlliTH who rcc-lve their ps, r Willi i." X n.-irkril "l'to slt their rmiuiin. el i her llj fiirln of Hi- par r " "'",,,' "rrtll k"" that their KM of .ub-crlpilu-o hapl"'- '' lMt.ln New York, y esterdny, w 1 U. Tannrase Bonds-old, 7:;i J iw w, 7. lhler. In Tenn ItwnW notes, al suvlll. hold them 8ti8!e TABLE AY X. . . Br r.-o.netrd to alnte Hint Ui ladle of the I'resbytertiin Church are completing nriuu(:mnw to have a grand sxhlbltlon oi Taukswx, I'haradea, Musi", etc.. two SilKlitM during onrroir In October. Tha ex act Ume and place with a full pm;ramm of thi eahlMtioa will be made known ( anon. Tim abject I praiseworthy, a the proceeds are to purchase a bell for Htewart Voiles. Wit hope till eltbrt of the Hldie may In emwnl with great aaeceiM. Tejiseshkk CotfERKifcic meets at liebanon on the 4th of October. ! , , . . - RitADour new advertlHcments to " tiny. You wi...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 September 1871

o IP"'" : WkMtCKUirHad Its Enemies. Wheat culture I the mont Impor tant of all agricultural products, and . lias more Inlloem-e upon tlie world than any oilier. Wheat ta the Maple for breed, And the progress of elvlligR- . lion- aim intellectual culture can lie traced by the extent of its growth and consumption. Over iW.iWO.OUO hiiHheU of wheat , are annually rntalied In this country, . and we have the soil and mnchinerv , for an ulmnet unlimited expaiiMton of , ine product. . me nest none lor wnent are the olay. clay and lime, clay and and, clay end loam. There rmint be alnu fuM aiifiAfiiialikn of rri rt nrma -,arw IUI ta nui,rrniwii avnrii VI "I'n, , Muck or veKCtoGle deposit la not ad apted to wheat culture, becauxe It produce lurire wheat stalka, and but 111 tie or no grain. Underdruining will do more to pro mote the grow tli or wheat, on most noils, than any one thing. Clay con tains the food for the wheat plant, but ft la also the most retentive of water. and an excess of wate...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 September 1871

17 TERES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DATES OF A" -4. . Imo'istoUmo !tO. SCAKS. I MO II M f K. lUUti A Till, IX 1BT1ICI t Hq mi r4 I rViuare........ I AtfUwrsM. 4 lolitlull .OIUIillH... I ('oliimn....T 4 iluinn..... Column ISO g ?. M Mfw SO M 15 IffV (W s M A 00 in ra A Ol T on S (Hrld I i 1 J O 13 WO KK Jeatly aid Froaptly Xxccatcd. . 10 0"! It' -. IIMHrflJ OO'lfilt CO lH IJhW- (it t IIMXl'rTeo M ,4 e VOL. 41.--N0 48. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1871. WHOLE NO. f, 180. ?A Ofli.iO ll -l,4A Ml M 01) Xi OU'W lsl;s0 OJ' i ; J r M ..,; 4 ' ' . J It. P. BOWLIXt). BotrjiLiirjG TOBACCO COMMISSION O. K. WiItEHOUSE, Vomer Front and Main street, . .. V Solicit Consioxments pt. w, itm-uv, ALEX. B BARR JJJ. harmson & SHEtBV, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, - CLARKSVILLE, TENN. Bpfk iai, Attrntion Mepl. 1(1, IKTl-tf. 1'aid to 8ami SIGHT OF THE "RED BARREL!" GOUIiTEE ilXalaElT, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Gr R O O E R S , r - f fMIIRUII STREET, CUBMU, TEHHESSEC, GIG-rJ OF RED BARREL, A. i. Kw) constantly ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 September 1871

THE CHRONICLE JL W. TKOMA8, Editor. HBBLVTf, i. A. UKAKT, rVKMHitiRn Ann rnnrRiitTniui. 9rM 7Vo DoUttri prn annum in rutifmrr. Cla-UavlHe, Tcna.i , . SATURDAY BEIT. 30, 1871. rOXJIl'NIftM. . This "new departure" from the w tabllhcd ord:r of governments and fwicietjr, originating, fw&ttpa, In tlic BolUlaritj o JourWr of France, tlilr ? odd yearn itgtty anf advocated ly th elder Owelty who attempted, to reduce It t practice In Indlnna; Is upreadlnjc rapidly In Kuropo under the hXtof i lilSr. In whatever aspect, jt Iim beeu presented to the world, it ha but one iweaning, and that Is the broadest agrarlanlm an equal divis ion ; of property among the entire people of the country.'- Iu Frnnce, England and Germany, at this tine, It appears lu the shape of a war, on the part of labor, agnlnut capital, and of capital Bgainnt labor. This same levelling spirit rnnni fested Itself In tills country, year ago, and Is gaining ground as rapidly as the purer and more conservative elenMfits of ou...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 September 1871

THE CHRONICLE NEBLETT tto GRANT, puBLiniisna aho rnopRirroBs. Om dollar per sunare of ten line or less. Ci.ahksvii.i.f, Hat. Hut. w, 1871. - 7'7" Pithwrlhers who receive their 31 paper Willi mi X innrked npiwi .C-V. atte their name, either on tin mnfln f I lift minor r nit III" Olltlll wrapper, will know I hat their term of sub scription nasexpireo. Uotn. In New York, yesterday, won iH. Terineimeo lloiiris old, 71; now, 71. Heaters, In Tennese.ee' Dank nuts, nl Nashville, hold them 84&8.VS. , .......v, The legislature convenes uext Mon day. " CaI)HATK3 announcing thflr names for ofllou, muat pay (he Jet in advance, y , If you can buy as cheap (roods nt home m you can abroad, your own town U entitled to tli preference. Ouk city Is well, stocked with dry irorsls and irrnoerles of the beat quali ty and at prices to suit the time. Ouk tinware and dove establish mints have flint rate stocks well as sorted. '" Oub boot and shoe houses can sup ply you in any desirable kind and quality ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 30 September 1871

, Hie first thlnix to 1)0 ronsUIVred In rrnnaln cut flowers In th vbm. If It Ik scarlet, Mu or many-wlor- xj: it mum necessarily siiiuct with mime hue tn your botiuet. Choose mtucr pure white, preen or transpar ent bIaxm. which lllHVH tl) tll'lf- rute stem to b neon, llmwn HwIn- wnnd, allvrr, hroitMor yelfow straw, conflict with nothing' Tii va in tint be Hultonllunte to what It holds, A bowl for rout. Tall-eprpnitinir tiumm KrimiioMM), fern, white l.ll-s. and the liRiv Cut for violet, ami Tiny wood flower. Bketa for vlnf and iray garden lihwtsnniM. A flower- lover will hi time collect almpc an if size, to suit eaeliifrntip. '- - Color Hhotilil le blended together With neutral tint, of wlileli there are abunilsni'tt whiles, prays, I"irjih?s. fonder frreena anil which harmonists the frinka, crimson, and brilliant retfa mioaou uninon. Certain flowera nsanrt wpII only In familial, and are spoiled by mlxlnir. Of these are balsams, ho'lyhnolkRr and tweet pen, whose tender liquid huea are...

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