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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 November 1872

" F6rl'urj lrritr"t, C.it-mu tilil Patent 1 Mc'dioints, s Vhihlf) Oil.; Vaf hishw, ' 1 Wimlnv Glass, Yiifc Wines, Hruiuivf WUiskyj Fine Ten ami Spin a cnUon WVKN & MOO It 14. 2. .i M Alwiys keeps on hahel a com plete stock of 'Drugs, 'Patent tedictnea, Pa!nt9,6ils, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Brushes etc. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. VOL. 42. NO 52. i!fCLAHKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1372. WHOLE NO. 2,236. LLE C mm mm i r - u r ' m a a m 11 a D. W. COOKE fj ! Successor to J. I. Lockert & Co., f i v I Offers to' the public a full 'assortment of ; Froncli, White, Decorated China, American,' Belgian ?ancl; Bohemian Glassware, A complete line of Havre, White Granite and C. C. QUEENSWARE, , v i r r ' I I '''. , ' IuIb Furniture Duilerv - - '- t, - ' -- - . w . Chandeliers, lamps and lamp Fixtures, Hotel and Bar Fixtures, TORREY'S PATENT WEATHER STRIPS, Fine Fancy jj Gooils, 'etc., All of which he will soli as low ns they can be bought in any market, at ...

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 November 1872

THE CHRONICLE Kr.lH.Mt 3f K B L K T f t. A. t 0 ft A J T , PUDI.IHHr.IUt AND FHorKIKTURM. Taruui Two Dollar t ptr annum in admnrt, Olut-ltasvUlo, Tcuil.l KATU.UDAY, NOV. 1872 For President, . ! HORACE GREELEY. For Vice President Uenj. jGratz Brown. ft LU C T OR AI TICKET, FOR TnB STATE AT I.AtlUE. W. A. QUARLKS, of Montgomery. JOHN M. FLEMING, of Knot. J. S. FOWLER, of Davidson. ' FOR THE C0NGRE3PIOMAL DISTRICT." lst-I,. M. JAllVlH.of Hancock. iiitd-J. D. QUODrUHf URK, of OVerton. urd-A. ti. Hl'HAlW.of Iiledsoe. sth-JAMKK H. I.KWW, of Marshall, f.iii-Josi:rn motley, of wiison. tlth-N. N. COX, of Williamson. flh-A.K. LANKKOHD, of Humphreys. Hth-H. W.HriAKPK, of Gibson. Ulli-W. W. MelMJWKM of Hhelhy. For Governor, JOHN C. BROWN. For Congress, ,.: - J; I). C. ATKINS. . Congress Kop Ntate fit Large. . Oonernl FRANK CIIKATIIAM, l'or Slato Senator, Col. NATHAN BRANDON. For County Representative, IIov. ROBERT F. FKROUSON, For "Floater, Dr. J. C. W.' 8TK0ER. '' I'OI.ITICAI. niALUUVC. Judgin...

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 November 1872

TIIE CHRONICLE Ci.AiiKHViixr., Tenn., Nov. 2, 1872. I.OUIN VIM.E AN D lAHTIlir. AMD iinr.AT nol'TIICIlK ItAII.ROAD. f i , 0010 WORTH. ' Train No. 1 arrive ami li-nves at 12:M A. K, Tral In No. 4 arrive and tovm at KM p. nNo.1AcC'n.od'n.:oav..t4:3UA.-l.: flfilMfl HTTIf . Tral ooixo mi'Tn Trnln No. 1 arrive and luavos at 4: IS P. M. Trnln No. 3 arrive and leave at 4:10 A. t. Train No. 0 return at :55 P. M. "No. 1 and are mall tfrtln. Look well to your tickets. Vote and work for Ferguson, on the 5th. Wk publish, by rcqueiit, the circular of U. EldriJRO, Ksq., to tho citizens of Montgomery, Kobortwon nnd Stew art counties. Vote for Dr. Stcgcr ho in tho man for the place. flov. J. C. Brown and A. A. Froe- man will Pimakhoro to-day. and hear them. Turn out Potatoes. Our old typo friend, J. J. llagnn, who turned farmer some years since, knowing tho taste and wants of tho craft, has furnished us with a sample of his largo and beauti ful rod Peach Blow Potatoes. They nro fine, nnd no mistake...

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 November 1872

i:Li:crjioir noticu. I will open And holil in election for Pres ident, Vice-President, Governor, ('(itin'W man HluUnt-hirire, Cnnarewimiin Mevenlh llst'let, Henitlor, keprewntutlve and Klontcr, at the vitrlnna preclnets In Mont iioinery county, on Tiicadiiy, November S'.h, nnd tho lollowlu named per vms are appointed J ndue, clerks und officers lu tlic respective iUe.rifi . No I. ; Uryitul, Jeiar Kadiller. ,?o Line bnuuli,J'idKi; .lax Wilcox, a Wlloox.ul'ks; J V. WllciX,rHcfr, . No i. W 1. Child. ,T A Itollow.n B Hnck Ri'V, iiuta: Wm Hollow, R It Huekley, iriWi; M Whitfield officer. No t. .1 LKIllebrcw, J M Anderson, H' Viood Mn, Judges; II I, Johnson, J II jtinxon, clerk! J H Armsterid, ffincrr. No i. W l.rlfrey, H. Y. Moss, J W rinilth, Indlics; tlreen Hmltll, U A Hnillb, clcrkF, W 1 Tu'lnr, oltloer. No'S. J TAIklns, (1 WItrndbnry,T.T Erey Judges; D (.'. Krpy, ItoiM Uoiirnc, clerks; J Jl Ac chey. olllecr. Nod. f 11 Wulllinl, CI II Blnnahter, P A V Johnson. Jiidu- clerks; J M lolle...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 2 November 1872

IS - V VJLIN jiim rciniuca ironi th w.jtor ho and the CnnoxicLK having WpS!Ht..C-fI?JN Paii to- and BliM.iyq l,E . IVXU-tt leilw el.....!. . (DM0MMLIE S o lius boon managed by our Senior vAi- 1 -I4-rS VILiT.il!:, rTLSIVIV. ro THE CHRONICLE n. V. THOMAS, Editoh. i. NKBLBTT. J. A. GHAUT XKBLKTT it GRANT, PUBMMHBIUI AMD PROI'HIKTOBH. Termti Two Dotlari per ntMum tn advance. ClarkMvlllo, Toun.t SATURDAY, NOV. . 2, 1872. Changed Circumstances. Two yearn ago the Empress Eugenie was at tho head of beauty and fashion on the imperial throne of Franco. A few weeks ago her magnificent jewels were Hold at action in London, the proceeds of the gale realizing about a quarter of a million of dollars. Ir it takes nine tailors to make a man, then Andy Johnson is only the ninth part of man. Home and Adroad. Tho death rate of Europe is said to be nearly double that of the United States, aver aging yearly one out of forty-three in habitants, while at home it is only one out of every eighty-one. Andy Jo...

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 November 1872

v For Pure Drugs, Chemical: Putefit McdkihtSf Taint?, GiU, Vatni$liCB "Vinil6y Glass, r'nro' Wint? ltrandy, Vhi.yf tine Tea and apices call on OWfcX& jlOOllK. k Always keejw on hand I com ptcte stock1 of Drug!, 'Patent Medicines, PaintsilsvToilet Articles, Perfumery, Urushes etc. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. ICLE. VOL. 43.--NO t. ! CLARKSVILLE," TENN.; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1872. WHOLE NO. 2,237. B. W. H Jlf Offers i to Hha' public Fronch.; Whit, Docoratod China, American, 'Belgian! and Bohemian Glassware, A complete lino of Havre, White Granite and C. C: mi Li m. lamno luiiiuo Hotel and. Bar Fixtures, TOlUtEY'S PATENT WEATHER STRIPS, Erne sancy 0 GooclsO etc., All of which he will sell as low as they can lc bought in any market, at Wholesale or Retail. Nashville, Louisville or Cincinnati bills duplicated. r tsr Stan; "Big Pitcher," Franklin Street, - Clarksvllle, Tenn. r f Oct. 't!, I7tl , i ; .i. K , -v , j? - : ... Jl L:.'..'. .' 1 L.J. New Shoe Store ! v. L....

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 November 1872

It. w. J. a NKHLKTT. ,1 K B L K T T k GRANT, I'IIII.IMIIK! Af riiorniKTR. tint; Tieo thifuft prr antntm in ailmnrr. THE eiIIiONlCLE!,hrr,u of,tl, !frtt.h ... 'spirit of f roc (lorn is dead Witliin us. ,r , 11 T1IOMAM Fuitoh j no cicvnicw Fwieman!iiip ana love i. .' of JtiHtico rtd lilrflrty, onco diameter- t. a. kat irt'w of tlio South, have given place to mercenary subserviency aud cow- arJIy indiflorencp to Insult and opprcs- nion. Our leaders are either carpet bagger or disorgiiniaer-i nwl our nm bition i to live upon the pittance we plean from th hrirrrt of wasteful corrui)tion tli.tt ftffcir its path with the broken fragments of southern woallli. YVhnt a full from tlio atti tude to which Calhoun would hare raided uh through the agency of hi political abstraction!) and ideal politi cal cthifd ! A 71001110 to whom nature MONTOMKUY. COUNT OFFICIAL. CflitrlcM vlllo, Tcim.t PATLllDAY, NOV. - - I), 1.S72 Whatever the result of the election, fin Tuos&iy, it idiould not rten iftudi...

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 November 1872

THE CHRONICLE Cr.ARKHVit.tr., Tkm., Nov. 9, 1872. "n eblett aT grant, rUBf.IK11F.IUl ASD mol'HIKTOBH. RATP.I Or ADVKKTIRIHa. it, it VUr per aqaart of tn linea or le. l,OllIUEAD!tnTILlliASB UHE.iT nol'TIIERM BAII-ROAD. nntxu soRin, Trnin No. 2 arrlrra anil li-avr nl 12:V A. M. i'rln No. 4 Arrive aud k-avwi at Sl V. M. Train No. 0, Acc'inod'n, !eve fit 4:SU A. M. IOI!0 HOCTB. . Trnin No. 1 nrrlvoa ind travea lU 4:48 P. . Tmln No. S arrive and It 1:10 a.m. Tml n No. S return at .1:35 r. Jl. r.NoH. 1 and 2 are mall train. Iion't fail to read tho Supplement. Chancery Coi:rt will convene at Erin the third Monday in tliis month. Sportsmen are now having a. lively time in nhooting bird on tho wing. IJrsi.NEss men should remember that bank elieclM and fight drafts phould invariably be Btampcd. P. II. Kkf.skk has received nomo new tobacco, tho crop of Henry P. Lyle, of the South-aido. , .. ...... . - Oi'tt townsman, Mr. Brytc Stewart, liiiu returned after an extended tour to Virginia and Cana...

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 November 1872

hcrtiraleofJKeal.Estate. Hy virtue of nundry writs of venditioni eXMnna to mo dlrneted from honorable I'lrrult Com I of Montgomery enmity, lnied lit llieMrpteniber term, lN7i, I will oiler fur nle to the hlgheat bidder, for null, at too t imrt-lioMif door In C'larkiiville, oil Snturday, November, 23, 1S72, the following 1rerllM"0 tnirlxof Inwl : A ecrtnln traelol land in llt. Ki. 10. In Mouigoinei y county, hounded im IoIIowh: flu tin- north ly Win. Walker, W. .1. Wiciir on mill H. MeUephee; on tho fatal hy the lilh'Uof A. 1. C'liKti: oil tliu koii'Ii hy the liiiiilKor W.W. Kn yiiiidtlnfliHi k,uiii m Mm writ by the lauds of Mary .Mitllory'a helm, being the mime Conveyed hy V. H. Htmk et iiIh. to J. It. Ilrnke, liml huppoxed to irej nl it I ii ttnj ucrea. Levied on 1114 the properly of .1. It. Ilrnkftto ml lily hii execo lion In favor ol Utowilur ilc'Lliua i uln. Vi. .1. M. I lye i-t ill", i'rl liter's fw U W). Alio the tui'll vlli-l Ihrcp-eiurtln Inter ont In mor (Mnonwor luud.yvl u...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 9 November 1872

the firt Imm of Volume ' fortyltfclrJ Mtu CoLosstg.-Thc great r-"1 - V CHRONICLE SUPPLEMENT. ro a edlfi but . 51 11 till M C'lUl I (MIS .TO lioys j; J' nigh! liiNf, near Tate t a luifkrt IniT.. THE CHRONICLE Ci.arksville, Tenn., Nov. 9, 1872. Mr. Jamv.8 J. ScRL'ous.took charge of the hotel at Danville last Monday. Y e hope he may be. HuccoHpful as a hotel keeper. Recently, one tuillinu dollars of Japanese gold roin wus received ut Han Francisco, to be converted into gold ham and returned to Japan for coinage. . During one week recently, there were shipped overland, from Sun Fran cisco, 770,780 pounds of leather, 4,553 pounds of Alaska skins, 07,000 pounds of inland cotton. 1,270 pounds of gun powder, and 21,900 pounds of ba.c bullion. Southern Cultivator for Nov. re ceived. Content. varied appropriate, instructive and entertaining. No far mer could read it, without getting val uable facts and having profitable trains of thought suggested. It is preemi nently a Foutnern .Magazine, ci...

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 November 1872

F-ailllL'iILiin.QljggCaaTW For Pure lfrugs, Chemical rWcht Mt'if tcifirjs,- Paints, Oil,- "nfnislics, Window Glass, Vitt Wihfrs,. brandy, Whisky, Fine Tea and Spieis callort OWKX&MUOnK. - - - "O. N. UYEnS Always keeps on hand a com 2lcto stock of Drugs, I'atent Medicines, Paints,Oils Toilet Articles, Perfumery, llrushcs etc. Cull and examine before purchasing elsewhere. RKSlELE CHRONICLE. VOL. 43.--NO 2. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1872. WHOLE NO. 2,238. . W. COOKE, 'it ' li ' ' Successor to J. L. Lockert & Co., r ?, ' , Offers to tlic public a full assortment of , '. ' Froncli, Wliito, Cold-band and Decorated China, American; Belgian " and Bohemian Glassware, A complete line of Havre, White Granite and C. C. , , QUEEEfSWARE, Table Furniture 86Ey Phinrlnlioro I omno OllClllUUiblOj LailipO UIIU LUIIILI IIAIUIUO) Hotel and. Bar Fixtures, TOllREY'S PATENT WEATHER STRIPS, , Mirrors, BasliLets, T QFiiio Fancy Goods, etc., All of which he will sell as low as they ca...

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 November 1872

THE CltltONlCLE H, W. THOMAS, Kditor. WRfl'ltTT. ' J. A. GRAHT HRLETT A ORAXT, fUlM.MHKRfl AKD fHOl'KieTOrH, I'rrnu: TVo Dotlari prr anniM (n attraner. Tivrlrv Hie,' TTnii.i " tf.VTTJ'KD.VY, NOV. - '- 10. 1875. . HTr.i.i.iut:r FAn.Mixa. !' Tt i time that former worn Icnt-niii; t'flu imporfiinf fact, tliat tlm cultivation if tl. peril in fiint ioconiniKii reVnco, nnt one tliat in of more v;iluc lo mun linJ than nny oilier, inacinneli hh (lie jiroiliiotioiift of tlic Boil form tlio hnsix of national iroeprrity and iniliviJutil wealth. Ik in tliiJ of population, of criiiiiiierco, of lticeliaiiio nrtt in liDi-t of'ercr voohtion and of every ... .i.t... 1 -v. JnitTCil I ini CnU'lS IHUJ IIIU lUllIIUr "Lion,!! uinj. iSn,n iv i.k "a- 1 , , . , rflf,o world. Hinae then, the farmers opment,. had 8pcnt, in the erection of r? 'th;!r () piay o important a part in political machinery, tho money expended for I lcnJ it.or (oo corrupt to ob and social economy, nothing can be northern uppl, Low diffe...

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 November 1872

m -itT tjie;ciiiionicle ClARKRVttLK, TKSI.; XoV. 16, 1ST2. 'nsblgtti q r an t , rOllLIHUBM asii roriKiRft. hatm or .ADVBUTWmO. , On dollar por aquare of ten line or lea. LOtlHYIM.R AWnJIAHllVIaXKA'' UBCiT ftor riit-Rx niiLRo.iD. ClOINIi .NUilTlt. Train No. 2 arrive oml leavoi at l2:"iS A. M. Trill No. 1 arrive nptl li'av' ol 2:.'!i r. M. Train No. 6, Aoc'inoil'u, leaves at 4::W A. M. CIOI.KI HOUTII. Train No. 1 nrrivem and loaves at 4:1S l. t. Train No. arrive ami leave at 4:10 a.m. Train ?i. B return nt P. M. C-No. 1 anil 2 aro mnll train. The bonutiful ntororoom of Itice, Broatlriuji A Co. in ncaring comylotiou. , , TllEbrirk workfiion have put the finialiinK touch to their part of the work on W.J. Ely' cottage residence. .. . - . ' ' TltE citizen?, of Chicago forwarded ono hundred thomnnd dollars, on the 11th inst., to tU6 Bonton KuflTerora. Xixr. hundred and thirty business and aixty-four dwolling" were destroy ed by fire at Boston, i . i ... Wsl. 1''eath:uhto.n aged uinety-six ...

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 November 1872

Dhcrltrs Sale of Real Estate. Hy vlrliinof aiindry write of votnUUtml rxpoiuiH In ini dlii-ited from honorable lii-nll Coutt of Montgomery county, Isined nt thcHepl.-mhcr term, l72, 1 will oiler fur aide lo the IiIuIichI bidder, for ciudi. Hi IIih 'imi l-hoiiae door lu Clurksvllle, uil Saturday, November, 23, f:72, the fidlnwlng described triictanf limil : A' certnln Intel of Ian. I In (list. Nu. lu, 111 Miinlgienery county, hounded ns follows: on I In' north ly Win, Walker, IV. .1. Slnnr mi iiml S, Mimilicrj mi tlln ensl liy the liindiof A. li.Oige: tin IIh'houiIi liy the lands nf IV, W. Krcy nnd Ihc Kiiirksnml on Mie wel by Ihe land of Mary .Mullnry'H hclts. being the same conveyed liy W. H. !l'acl el ula. In J. II. Iirnkr, mid siippim-il fiv cuntain SfO nei'ea. i,evlid on it Umi "roM-rly of .1. It. I Iraki1 to kiI bify nit exeeu lion In favor ol lliowtlcr & McL'luru el ula, v.. .1. M. I I iiIm. " I'llutci's fee fill 10. ANo 1hj mull vldi d t hrep-fonrt li 1 11 1 -r -in or o t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 16 November 1872

or vongrcH.smaa at turns arc as follows: largo tuo rc FOX & SMITKJ w 1 1 ii nnu i nil . Anot'l'.tCU tboiinand ahon. uirU-sre-L CHRONICLE SUPPLEMENT. 3 TIIECIIItONICLE C1.ABK8VH.1.K, Tenn., Nov. 1872. THE HONTOST riKK. Nome ol tho Insurance Oflleesi tlinl have Knrterel. According to dispatches lcccivcd, tlie following are the Iohkch of Home of tlic companies well known throughout the country : Imperial, of London, lones one million of dollar, leaving assets of more than $10,000,(MM). lloyal, of Liverpool, loses one mill ion and a quarter, leaving invested funds and surplus of over five millions. North British and Mercantile, loses $tllO,0(iO, leaving unset of over five millions. Homo, of New York, loses one million dollars, leaving assets of four million dollars. Hartford, of Hartford, loses six hundred thousand dollars, leaving as sets of over two and a half million dollars. Of Peck & Cuhill's airiMioies, the Franklin of Philadelphia, will come out with a loss of less tli.m ...

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 November 1872

isfi iU 3V. BYEKH AVtvayfe keeps on hand a com plfjto stock of Drugs, Patent UulAne:?, raints,Oils; Toilet Attic, es, Perfumery, Brushes etc. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. Ksssssaanawssaswassssaasssssasasssssssswaswas B.W.COOKE, ' ' t L Successor to J. L. Loekcrt & Co., . 1 '.) ' i Offers; to, the public a full assortment of French., Whit, Gold-hand and Decorated China, American, Belgian' and Bohemian Glassware, A complete line of Havre, White Granite and C. C. handeliers, Lamps and Lamp Fixtures, Hotel and Bar Fixtures TORREY'S PATENT WEATHER STRIPS, Fine v Fancy Goods, etc., All of which he will sell as low as they can ho bought in any market, at "Wholesale or Retail. Nashville, Louisville or Cincinnati bills duplicated. tor Sign, "Big Pltelicr," Franklin Street, Clarksvllle, Tcnn. Oct. 20. im-ti New Shoe Store "V. L. WILLIAMS, (Successor to J. F. JOHXSOX,) B00TS,SH0ES,HATS,CAPS, Valises and Gent's Furnishing Goods, .SJ0 Xt cl Corner,Clnrksville,TenneHsee. The ...

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 November 1872

it ft. w. rnvtf a, i-vmtow. S NienLBTf. ' ' i. ji. tltlltn M KBLRTT A t R A X t , I'irni.iMiir.H a!0 t-feotftKNiits. I'-rmn: Tit& tMtnti per annum n arfratwe. THE CHRONICLE ;g0Vern,"c"t of foHth, since 1I.0 war, noiKing PtU official robbing, op- lrovHiori and military rule, ho turn fVorthward, where the doininant party in Atr tho present, exempt from those terrible governmental inflictions. In addition to this actnal condition, the intelligent foreigner is not slow to dis covcr that it in tho policy of the Fed eral administration to pcrpotuatc these wrongs as a means of keeping the South subject unci subordinate by crip pling its growth and frightening all immigration from It borders. We would partieulnrly direet to this point, the attention of nil who, in the late election; abandoned the Conservative organization and voted in aid of May-nard. Olat-liM vilt, Tonu.t HATTItDAY, NOV. - - 23, JS72 Wff do not doubt that most of our readers, like ourselves, are disgusted with polities...

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 November 1872

S3 T i IIiihim THE CUKONICLE TAX SALES FOR THE YEAR G7. TAX SALES FOR 1867. Walter Kei I loJlUB VIIKREAS, the Montgomery County Circuit Court, at its Septeniler Term, 1872, ordered the? following tracts ot Laud and Town Lots to be sold for Taxe. for the year 13G7, to witr . Ct.ARKaVil.t.it. Tts., Nov. 23, 1872. WHEREAS, the Montcomerv Conntv Cirenil Conrl.'at. its Sen. tember Term, 1Ki2, ordered the following tracts of Land and Town Lota NEBLETT So GRANT, 1-l'BLlailRH AK0 pnOl'BirTORX. to bo sold tor laxes, tor the year lntu : .O . ' B n "5 S' g I c? ' e 3 1? 3 o c tm or AOVRtlTISIXCI. (Una dollar pnr aqunre of ton lluee or !. 3 J I H a 07 PEK. advcrt'iHompnt of 20.000 hop wanted. Cadi will be paid for thrm. . - - . Class meetinu at Rev. A. MizoH'tf, I AVIIOLESALK MX & SMITH, SIGX illO PADlock, 5 3 B 3 tin Miidiuon ntrcetr ncit Tuesday niglit. All aro invited. NAMES OF OW.XKRH. 6 ROGERS UK Buckley-.. J M Moody..." (! It Towers... 9 rase dinpoKed of. I) A Lynn. house to-day. T O ...

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 November 1872

jDbcrllTa Sale of Real Estate. ttv vtrl ii of anndrv rrlt of venditioni xjionua to mi- directed from honorable circuit (Vmi f .mi Mnnluntnerv enmity. tmiieil nl the Hcitcnibcr tiirm, IHTtf, I will otter for alc to the hliiheet bidder, for raali, nl the l.'onrt-lioiiwsdoor in UarUtivllle, on Saturday, November, 21, 1H72, the following ilacrllcd trnctaof hind ! A Certain tract, wl In u il In iM. No. in, In llotittfoiiturv connlv. hounded n followi: nn Hi.-nui Hi hv Win. Walker. V. J. KIii-mi- mi iiiii! H. Miticehco; on the inl by tlie I lumlH nl A. !.( uxi'l oil iiieMoimi uy 1.1111 limit of w. W. Krcv niul tin' Mlnckx.ftiid on the went by I ho limdi. of Mnry Mnlliiry'H helm, bclnif the hiiiiio nmvrywi ly W. 8. I Ktm k et nl. lo J. II. Dlukc. noil miplioHid to contain 'J1 htps. levied oil tut tint iiioiMTlv of .1. H. liriikntoHiillsfy hii cxccii- ll.ni In fuvcir 11I llrowdcr 4 MoCluro fliiln. V11. J.'.M. liycct hIh. l'nnter' fee ill 11O. Alw the undivided three-fourth Inter- on In fit)...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 23 November 1872

,r 3 .1... I o AV I tO I -I C Si A T -1 W ... CHRONICLE SUPPLEMENT. THE CHRONICLE Cl-AEKiVILLl, Tinn., Nov. 23, 1872. N'EB LETT At. GRANT, PVILllniBI AKO FOrRIETOIia. ATM OF ADVakTISIKO. On dollar pr square of ten linaa or lew. MCUTILLI AID H AKHTILLK AND OBKAT SOCTBKKR KAILftOAD. ooma kobtAv Trala Ko. S arrive and leave at lfcM A. x. Train Mo. 4 arrives and Imvm at fcM r. u. Trail No. , Aec'mod'n, :avea at 4:30 A. M. OI MO tOUTIt. Trala Mo. t arrives and Iutm at t:M p. u. Train No. t arrive and laaTM at 4:10 a. k. Train No. ratarni at IM r. u. WNm. 1 and 1 aro mall trains. Rev. Dr. Smith, of Kentucky, Sen ior Bishop of the Episcopal Chnrch in America, baa removed to Hoboken, New Jersey, where he will hearafter reside. Rev. 8. L. Ilelm, of Louisville, ha reoeived a call to the pastorate of the First Baptist church at Kansas City. Missouri. The Knoxville school have 1,035 pupils, 471 being colored. " Mark Twain's "' middle name ban been mystery. Hi full name in Samuel Longhorne Cleme...

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