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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 14 June 1867

V J. S. NKBLETT, 1 , . I. A. GRANT, d"or'' RaYM AD?rrwiiro. On Dollar per tqnare of Tea tarns. ,, CLARKSVILLE...... JUKI U, 189T. 4 CrOM Htrk.In futme wt will make t croM mark on the margin of our paper, a notlficat'on to all patrooj whose time of ubscriptlon bai expired. ' Look ont for the croM mark and renew your subscriptions at O.K. ' '- "m . A CAltD. , We rttf touch diillks to Intrude out own private and peraonal matters upon tbe publlo, but feel toirst rained to make tbli limple statement In rlndlcation of ouraelres from a rjharge brought against u In a meeting of the Manager! of tbe Tennessee Orphan Aty lam. On this occasion, Dr. D. F. Wright made a ipeech In favor of withdrawing all further patronage front tbe Chronicle, on ac count of its Ukbermlity towards the Asylum. In this connection, the eotfree of the publish ing House of Morton ft Co, of Louisville, was pointedly contrasted wllb that of the Chronicle Office. From a bill of $350, made with the fo finer, one hundred do...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 14 June 1867

Chuncery Balo of , . Valuable Warehouses, Residen ces, Lots and Tobacco Bleroraerj, At Clnrlcwille, Tmneurt, on Satur day, 22 June, 18G7. Wi, U. Daniel, . Heirs and Creditor of T J. Prltcbett. la pnrtnanea of an order mad In this raose, at tba April Term, 1807, I will offer lor raw at in uoun House, la Clarksville, no I ha 22nd June, :CT, lba larga Brick Warehouse, situated on th corner cf Water and Commerce Btreet 1 Clarksville, and now occupied by Hutcbins k Grinter, and alio the houses and Lola adjoining lba Mine, and tba Tan-yard property on Comraerco Street, adjoining ti e Foundry of Whitfield k Co, Thu warehouse ia commonly know aa tba Forbes k Pritchrtt warehouse, and being; rentrauy located and eay ot access, it is probably tb belt warehouse property in tbe ?ERV8 OF BALE. Cash enough io pay eost.and the balance on a credit of 0, 12, 18, 24 and 30 months. Note with two good sure ties required and a lien retained for the pur chase money. Sold without the right of re demption. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 21 June 1867

JliJlii OluJ V&LUME 8. OLD SERIES, VOL. 16. CLARKSVILLE, TENN.,'' FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1867. OLD SERIES, tfO. 5. KUMKER 49. iiwiuws (Sprite. First National Bank, Of CLAKKSYILLE, TENS. Coraw of Public Squire, oppotlt National . : . IIotaL wtu m 4 General Hanking - Ago E I C II A N 0 E BUSINESS. Ixue o - circulation Incur no risk. Special attention paidVto collection and ! anltianot, toad oa day of payment. Dibbotom: ' Oo. H. Warfleld, Tho. F Prtus, 3, W. Ed ward and O. W. Hillman. 8. F. BEAUH0X1 Prta't. TF. r. HEME, Cashier. Nof. 10, '60-ly a. r. smith, w4. .tobnlbt, oa. W.TYLBB. A. F. SMITH & CO. Successor! to McClurt k Court.) Tobacco Factoro ABD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -CLiBEJJTlLLE, TEXXESSEE, '83 Special attention given to the tale of TOBACCO. Prelght and Product promptly forwarded. Jaa. 4, Ml lim. -- airtfom1?. amt. - a. tobulit, a. SMITH. & TDBNLEY, t. rowaxRDiNQ ' .,' ap CommUilon Merohantaj 'X033ACJCO FACTORS BED RITEB U5DI5G, TEXX. J UMBER, HOARDS AND 811 INGLES, J al...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 21 June 1867

Cjje Chronicle J. sssr. - A. akAMT. IT BLOW IS AMD fllOrUimDM, TERMS Three Dollars per year, fa advance. R. W. THOMAS, . .......EDITOR. x Clarkavlllo, Tenn. t FRIDAY,, JCJJK.... 21, 1867. ITOlt OOVISRNOll, EMERSON ETHERIDGE, OF WEAKLY COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS. DORSET B. TIIOMAH, 4 0 JIumphrryi. FOR SENATOR, JOIIIV . IIAItT, , Of Robertion. FOR RErRESESTATIVE, W. A.. PEFPEH. An Arkansas correspondent of a New York paper says "The North and South have drifted far apart, in the lust six years, and I regard all past issues as doad except hat of free .trade." We cannot see the con noction between tire drifting apart and the inference drawn from it; nor can we see any sense in declaring any past issue dead so long as 'there is a hope of restoring the government to its status before the war. We know of no principles that have been killed by tho war, because they are imper Unable, and tho Southern men who maintains the contrary can only menu that they aro to bo mado inoperative ly despotic powe...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 21 June 1867

BLOCH BROTHERS . ITAVBOrENEDTHfclRNKW AND WELL. elected Slock for lb sntiivo Til A J12 1 Consisting of . Organdies, ; Silk Saques, Lawns, Embroider Skirts, Mozambique, Fancy Siiks.FrenchPercali, Hosiery, Gloves, Baregei, . Bombasines, Table Linen, Towels, and Nap. '.. I kins And ft large variety of Notion), Hew Patent ODESSA COLLAPSING BKIKT, ' For which we are the only agent. Great attention ha been paid to the d pertinent ol . ., Ready-Made Clothing, and Gent's Furnishing Goods, Trunks, 'Shirts, etc oar elovk of Gent's HATS, BOOTS AND 8II0ES bee ben pnrrhased direct from the nieufec tnrers in Uuetoo, tnereny earing iu per cent, Having bought our Goods fur CASH we her the facilities to oner great inouce menu to our patrons, end will eell at price which cannot (ail to give satisfaction. Call and toe us and examine for Tour selve. Our salesmen are i W. PENN DAW80N, A. M. FINK. ROBERT MAIN HART. A. T. ADKIN3, We bar Ginseng, Beeswax, and other kinds of country produce for CASH or lit ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 21 June 1867

HIS Fhe couldn't help it! Nor could It It rained all day, and all night, all tlio next day, and all the day before. Three Jajsl I waa walking from plantation to town, nenr Macon, Dis trict of Bill Arp. I think it rained, as tisoal. I law her gliding from cabin to cabin, from negro houso to abode of negro, like a baby duck, much on (lie waddlo. She carried a little cadiaa in her one hand, and in her other ahe held high towards the cerulean her akirta and all aich. EL was tall loveliness go stilts. I saw her from the distanco- -she had On black itockingg, wore blue garters, and moved like a doctor on a visit to his first patient! , ' I hastened to overtake her.' I slid . tit umbrella over her -waterfall I asked her to excuse me, she did and hitched crooks at once. I was in tny element. And in mud. The woman was in white. She was a blushimr . m . ... - asognter or new England, site was a gsy damsel of many seasons. She waa a polishor of Hams. She knew much about llama. She was . a sylp...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 5 July 1867

... V WliEKtlvtlMCW :r. CLARKSVILLE, TEM.. FRHUV, JULY 5, 1867, VOLUME 2. v OLD SERIES, V0L,:i6, "OLD SERIES, 'KO. 7. KITOER 51. First National Bank, OF CLARES YILIE, TENN. Corner of Public Square, opposite National - . Hotel ' " . 4 . t ' WILL DO A a General Banking EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Issaea ' no circulation Incuri do risk. Bpectal attention paid to collection and re mittance made on day of payment. .1 ' rj; '.- . . . DIBRCT0BS1 -. -r- Ceo. J. Warfield, Thoi. T Petui, J. W. Ed wards and Q. W. Hillman. ' .... -g bujiujioJT, PreVt. " It W. P. HUME, Cashier. Nov. 10, - r - ' ..v,: .A. V. IM1TU, W. .TtWH.iY,. CHAS. W.TYLRR. A. F. SMITH & CO. " ' " (Successors to ltcClur At Court!,) Tobacco Factors AND' ' COMMISSION merchants, CLARK8T1LLE, TENNESSEE. BJ. Special attention gtven to the tale of TOBACCO. Freight and Produce promptly forwarded, - Jan. 4, 1807-1 2m. . ALruoxto r. mini. . tcrrliy, . SMITH & TtJRNIiET, rOWKAllDI.NO -AND CommlMlou 3Icrolsautsx TOBACCO FACTORS BED RIVER ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 5 July 1867

jje (ftnide. . B. MtLETT. 4. A. 0AT. WICIJLKXX Sj GIIANX, rtJBLtSHtRS AND PlOPRirTOM. TEEMS t Three wolutri per year, in advance. R, W. THOMAS,. ....EDITOR. Clar bavin, Tenn. t FRIDAY, JCLY.- 5, 1867. FOH OOVEBNOR, EMERSON ETHERIDQE, OF WEAKLY COUNTY. . FOR CONGRESS. DOllHKY B.TIIOMA8, Of llwnphreyt. FOR SENATOR, JOII1V S. HART, Of Robertmn. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, V. A. PErFKII. A MORSEL OF COMFORT. The Radical organs, in Tennessee, tilXbetrty mach anxiety and alarm lest the Conservatives of the State may resolve to proscribe their ene mics black and white, and withhold all patronage from them. We beg leave to assure the said Radical or gans that there is little ground for their apprehensions. It is true, that there are men, here and there, who have enongh of self-reepeot and true patriotism to refuse to have any in tercourse, social or commercial, with their RaJioul enemies, without regard to color ; but we fear they are ex ception to the general rule. He is a very poor-spirited man w...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 5 July 1867

Local Eiilorh . Rats er Adtsrtisivo Ont Dollar pei qnart f Tit turn. "... CLAB.KSYILLC JULY. 6, 1887, ' A Crow lrk.-In future we will make a cross nark oa th margin of our paper, ai a notiflcat'on to all Batons whose time of ubttripliot b4 expired. Look out for the croaa mark and renew your subscription at once. TJ. IV Taosua, epnservatjv candidate for Congress, wUl speak here on Saturday, the f3tn Intl. ' '. Tdi Presbyterian church, which hai been closed for repair during the last month, Is now open for divine service every Babbath. During the hot weather the second Sabbath serried will be at 8 o'clock, r. , Instead of .4 o'clock, as heretofore. . 1 Lixw'ooD Lakdisq. We are requested to stale that a meeting of the Stockholders of ths aboTs landing will be held si Longrlew, Ky., on Monday the 15th Inst. A full at, tendance Is earnestly requested. At a meeting of tbe Directors of the Memphis, WarksviH Louisrllls Railroad, held It the Court-bouse In the city of Clatks wltle, on the 2i...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 5 July 1867

iaV M.W -" til -llfw-Hmii - .w .af rt--. ,vCMf .-KaW-WSaW- k4U M M 1$ : - Luci B-StT . miiK n ol d Sco tch woman-to-ter minister, "Idinna ken part of your irmon yesterday." 44 Indeed I what wis itf - - "You said . the Apofltlt used the figure of cir curulocution, aid I dinna ken what ; it mean." "Is that all r. It's Ttrry . plain: The figure of circumlocution , ii merely a periphrastic to ode of die-tios.'f- "Ob I an t is that all t" said the good woman, 'jwnal a puir fool I was not tJ Understand that." An Indiana gaper gets off the fol lowing "A love-sick sucker sends us the lollowing doggerel to print. Kcspcctfully declined. Go -and tell .the 'gsT that you are a fool, without letting everybody else know it." An old gentleman, who Las dub bled all hia life in statistics, says be ever heard of more than one woman who insured her life lie acoounted for this by the singulur fact of one of ino questions on every insurance pa per being, "what is your age?" ' - At a roedionl student's ex...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 12 July 1867

: 7 r " I f"w w I KY . .It . . M . a : .7.UU I r l rl . W 1 1 i 1' 'v, , 1 1 , . I r1 I. I rrsL II W INlHJUiLLIo OLD SERIES, yOL. 16: CLABKSVILLE, TENN.j FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1867.. OLD SERIES, NO. 8. : ! NUMBER'M: '. ." First National Sank, Of C1AR tSTIltE,' j, 1 Cornet f Public Squire, opposite Katlonaf HoUL . . ... - Wltfc TO A . ' General "Banking 1 ElcirAVeE.BCsiNEss. Intwi TtoT drcnletloB Inrtrf ad risk. 8pcdal attention Mid to collection! and re . niittancef made en daj of pajmeni, PIUOTOUS Ceo. Hi Warfieid, fhoel F Petua, J, W. Ed . watda and O. W. BlUmaav , B. r. BfiriOJT, Prea't W. f. HFMF,, CMhler. Not. 10, '-y y ' a. v.mira, wm, .nranar, OBaa. w.m-aa. A. p. sinro & go. J Suoceeaori to UcClore k Conrla,) Tobacco Factors . COMMISSION MERCHANTS, cumniiK, TIKIISSKI. Qu Special attention gina to the tale of TOBACCO. ' Frelehta and ProdiK promptly fcrwarded. Jan. 4, 1B67-I2m. jVtuoio r. am. a. waiatr, ta. SMITH & TVBNLEI, . FOWRARDIJfQ ' ; AKO ' 'I' ' . Commliclon Slorolia...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 12 July 1867

. K 1 v . 4 P. r' V- J. I. ffSSLBTr. - v... , - A, OnaST. HX2UI1.ISTT J O It A. 1ST, -. -" mtniH t eoratrroRS. ' " ' TMX8 . , - ?Thrf e Dollars pep rear, in ulvaice, R. .'THOMAS;. V -( ei ...EDITOR. - Clarksville, Tmn. I I FRIDAY,' JDLY..J...:.i..w......lj, 1867. FOIIsOOVERNOII, ' EMERSON ETHERIDQE, .OF WEAKLY COtJNTY, .. i ' . FOR CONGRESS. " ' DOItSloVll.TIlOMAS, ,i '. . Of Humphrey i. FOR 8KNAT0R, ' JOHN . IIATtT, Of liobtrtton. ' FOR FLOATER, f' TIIEO. TRAl'ERNICHT, . Of Damdtm County. ' FOR" REPRESENTATIVE, w. a. PErrEB. Ir we are correctly informed, the Register'! oflioe will bo re-opened on Monday, and we hope the people are fully advised of the importance of ..t.u! nAt Hin rai nZn4 nam its the county, who ia entitled to regis try. oau'faiil to register without cota mittiug ft great wrong to himself and to the wholo people of the State, and Individually as well as collectively, we are enslaved and oppressed ty tg ' norant and debased despots, and it is ly individual efforts, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 12 July 1867

aaa. it J, A, OIlAHTy ..f Mrt.' Ratm ar ADTmi!m, On Dollar pr uare of LlMBa. i i ' " ' square A CrOM Mark.Ia datura wt will makt crest mark to, tbe .margin of our paper, u notifloat'on to til anttoat wboat tima of ubseripOo b Mfplrtd. Look oat forth ctoh mirk and renew 'tout tuUcrlptlou m Biwor QmT4iB will vltit tblt Pariah on tb 27th and 28 lb Inst . Ho. Baimb PrTTon wh nominated at JJasbvllla but Saturday bjr tb OonierratiTM, to ran against Cha Radical candidate Trip Lie, fur Cong Ptnto Srmiig.-Bar in mind tbat Hon. Doasiv B. TaoHAi, Conservative can didate for Cong-res, will apeak In tbli place to-morrow, Ll all turn out U hear him. Cuaxoi or Tim. Tb time for the arrU f val and dr partura of Train U a followi : Twin No. 1, Boutb, arrive at 8.45 a. m., ; andlanvet at '8.48, a. tn. Expres No. 3, ' South, arrive at 1 1.37, p. ra t Eipreaa Na 2, North, arrive 1.45, and , Wave at 2.00. "p. m. Train No. 4, North, ' ' arrive at 4 00 o'clock, a. m. Orr. Onr clever friend, R. II. Pickerin...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 12 July 1867

Pi J; ' ' .' ft w .. w tW -.V J I --i.'avv''1 .. aj.l, rr .. t. 1 ' m . . i '-rApilaJrat,' Si' , .Cmratttue.l f , ) DMft-lMHHll v M m .; iV . i 'A.. . L. 1 1 i r. . i I .ii V . t 1 Zttei for Bxlf. ' .1 ItWWt H. n. Hoof tt ale. " " aa V & Hrr evrl Jothea Brow M. Look 'm(v. i Iim a ettv ( Fy rrtn tC t dame readered tt the f4fil larva, iMt, nf tb Caaneery Court, at 'ClarBrrlUe.l w art fhr Mia, at public TOM, Jar" MSI, Al lit rt Atraevllla, tht IrsUrlaa Ha- Clarke Me, bwowa M MneWa Hotel. ilbtalteaelvcant tltreo-erorr arlre: Hotel. 4 freatlrif oa the pWW rpere, containing boa 4ft room, and baa a krf garden ( 1 tached. TIm tana it almost new. having leew roorpwwd taw Srat yer(f tbo late war. Poe stein UI ee alvao a UH) lit Jawwerr -west, - ' ........... . TURK , It, II, and 14 txmtH Hb saltreet ffnes fete. Kola with rood sorely , . t. required awl a I xo retained Kir parvbna ) wseioey. Ha rlgrbt r4 rMrmptioa marred. .' ' 1 v- . W. T. rHACKKI.FURD, O. M. t a Jatr ra "7 4ir-fi. faa adr...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 4 January 1873

a.. ..-- Sf zA 1 VOL: -43.--XO .8.: clakksvilletenn:, Saturday, January 41373. WHOLE NO. 2,244. CI! EON It 1 I ll I RATES OF ADVERTISING.' SO. 6QCAEES. I IXO 20,8aO t 1 t. 0ho'l2 jio 1 N)n.'re. 2 N-.j es 1.. S;Laru.t. 4 Kquires., H 'leran.. Column, ii Column 2 50! 4 SO! 9 cor iw. s imi id ml 11 (nit Vi) f V ) 7 iiu. 10 (i2ti: IS fKj; ;v" ! 10 'Hi 12 w 1 i W I"U (i Ml W ' teSZZS&Z'S 22! 3.- l"l 4S () :!t I) 6 On: J 15 (' 1 Column UOOO (W 55 00 fcOttj 130 Ml CIBCUT COFUT OF M0STG0XS2Y tOlMI. The attention of the member of the ' Clsirksville liar and ritiKcns, having tw eudiug in the Circuit Jonrt,of M otitic ery count v. in respectfully Roliclted to tM lollowing'onlor, in wtiic-h the baislnesof hi court will will take up at Its January Term, 173; viz: Kirst week, commenc InB Hie flnt Monday in January next, the following case 111 le taken upaiiddis-p-jitea of. J. i:. liICK, Judge. FIRST WIF.K. P. A: Sryr tb.-Jane T)OB. ' J. J. Johnson va. M.C. 4 U K.R. Company. JainnWilwo v. Ailn ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 4 January 1873

1 t WS& . ft W E. W. THOMAS, Editor. ' J. BALDWIN, Associate Editor. TEBXS ( $2.M IS ADVAXCE. CLARKSVILLE, : J AS. 4, 1878. A FEW WORDS TO FARMERS. , Ask many a farmer how long he can ct efficient service out of a mule with out feeding him, and he will probably Tiew the question as an offensive re-! ficctiofPupon his good sense; ask him how long he expects his over-worked lands to yield good crops without cither food or rest, and you open up an entirely new subject for reflection. f And yet both questions are to the ; point, and a little reflection must satis fy any sensible man that food is as essential to growing crops as to labor ing animals. We all know, without reasoning upon the subject, that an abundant snpply of the products of the soil willl give health and strength to the animal, but many seem not to know that he thrives and fattens on the life-blood of the soil that ele ments which enter into the develop ment of the plant are assimilated to to the bone and muscle of t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 4 January 1873

CLARtSTiLLE, J IS. 4, lS'f. 1 8. KKBLKTT, J. A. GBAITT, J. BALJjWIS XEBLETT, GEA.XT & CO- ICBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. KATES OF ADVERTISING : One Ibllar per square of Ten lines or less. LOriSVILLE AX D 5ASIITILLE AM GREAT SOCTIIF.R RAII.BOAD. GOING TtoRTIT. Train Ko.t arrive aud lea-res nt 12:53 A. x, Train STo. 4 arrive and leaves at 2:8.5 p. m Train No. 0, Acc'niod'u, leave at 4:30 a. x going socth. Train So. 1 arrives and leaves at 4:48 p. m Train No. 3 arrives and leaves al 4:10 A. x. Train No. 5 returns at ' 5:53 p JJ "So. 1 au'l 2 are mail trains. 3iEW YEAE SALUTATION. This being our fir-st issue in the new year, and eorif-idering the changes and improvement which we have success fully consummated, it maybe proper to present to. our readers a prospective view of the course which we mean to pursue. The iolitics of the Ciibomcml, and the maturely formed and consis teut'y adhered to opinions and f-enti nientrf of its political editor, are well known and thoroughly understood I...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 4 January 1873

r-- HUrSTBIU EDICATIOy. . . There are now thirty-two indus- trial-colleges itt; the United States which have received the national endowment made by Congress under the act of July 2, 18C2. Massachu setts has two, Mississippi two, and ach of the other States one, except Florida, Nevada, Louisiana and Vir ginia, in which none have yet been established. Twenty-six of these in stitutions are in operation, and it is expected that the remainder will be opeisd during the year 1872. Twen ty are established in connection with other institutions, and seventeen are independent colleges. Three hun tfred and ten professors and assistants are employed in giving instruction to more than two thousand students who are pursuing a regular course of etudy in agriculture and the mechan ical arts. Quite a number have al ready completed the required course of three or lour years, and nave re ceived diplomas. A large portion of thecBtudcnt3 are educated free of expense for tuition. These institu tions have...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 11 January 1873

S7' RON! 2 d VOL. .41. KO 9. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, JANUARY it, 1373. WHOLE NO. 2,245. WEEKLY CLE n re' "W. H. TURKLEV. ff. J. ELY W. D..MERIWETHEU, Jr. TUKNLEY, ELY & CO. ' TOBACCO' AXD General Commission Merchants, . . fire-proof wiREnorsE, , CLARKSVILLE, ' V - TEXX. Advances made on Tobacco In Store. Mr. K. 'WITHER hr.s returned from Louisville to Clarksviile and is oar Auc tioneer. We liave erected a abed in New Provi dence, opposite tlM- storeof Mmra. Mefhui iel A liarlwe, where we will reeele toliacoo nnd dray It tootir warehouse fire of charge for those persons who do not wish to haul It to ClurksTllle. Mm. McDaniel & liar bee will reeeire, weigh and receipt for To liacco delivered at our shed In New Provi dence. Oct 1 Tl -tf. H. . ORTWTER, C T. YOfKS, of Todd Co.. Ky. ' of Logan 0, Ky. J. I WILLIAMSON, GRHTEH YOUXG L (0 Tobacco. . Com missioji 'Merchants ":c73:.Am.n2Mr ulizzzzzz, CLARKSVILLE, - TEXX. Oct. 12. T2-6m. W. A. QCAKLEH. W. X. DANIEL O. M. QUABLES. Q...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 11 January 1873

S. W. THOXAS. Editor. - i J. BA1DWDT, Associate Editor. TEBXSj S3.00 1ST ADVAXCK. JXAEKSTILLE, : : JA 11, 1873. THE AGE OF PROGRESS. We frequently hear and read the phrase this is an age of progress and vM things must give place to new; that Id doctrines antiquated ideas must "vanish before the spirit of progress aqd old fogies get out of the way and give young America an opportunity to spread himself. We have endeavored to find out how much of political wis dom lies hidden under the " specious generality," but in vain, nor are we ' even told what class of old things are condemned as effects, and what sort of sew things are to take their place. Do the thoughtless repeaters of this clap-trap phrase, mean that the Con stitution is one of those old things and that it must give way to the spirit of progressive despotism? If so, it is giving way fast enough, we think, to natisfy the most impatient youn American. A Federative Union cf States is an older idea than the Consti tution itself....

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