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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 11 January 1873

v.- .. . CLARtSTILli-, J. S. KKBLETT, J. A. CEAST, , SEBLETT, GK1XT & CO- . TCBLISHIRS AND FROPBIKTORS. 'i i, " .BATES OF ADVEBTISISO t One Dollar per square of Ten line or less. KITES OF ADVERTISING. XO. MtUAXEB. lato 2 MO Sxo 6 MO 12 MO 1 Square 2 Squares 8 Squares... 4 Squares Column. Column ;4 Column 1 Column 2 50 4 50! 5 00 00 15 00 20 eo 25 00 30 00 4 5 00 w oo 115 Oil 5 (hi 8 00; 10 00; 15 00 7 SO 10 00 12 00; IS 00 1000112 OOilSOO'H) 00 15 oo;i8 ooi2 ooaooo 25 WHO 00, 85 00;50 00 35 00 43 0U;5O 00.60 Oil 40OMS 00 55 00. (SO 00 150 00 lOrWTHlEASDXASHVILlEASB GREAT SOrTHERJr BAIE.ROAD. GOINQ WORTH. Train No. 2 arrive and leaves at 12:35 A. X. Train No. 4 arrive and leave at 2:So P. M. Train No. 6. Aec'mod'n, leave at 4:30 A. M. OOIKO OCTH. . Train No. 1 arrive and leave at 4:55 P. M. Train No. 8 arrive and leave at 4:20 A. M. Train No. 5 return at 6:W v. M-No. 1 and 2 are mall train. Reading matter on every page. The " Chronicle" and " Rcbal Scn." Wo propose, io another co...

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. — 11 January 1873

aawKBassssss i 1 FARMERS' - COLUMN; :I .Trees Indicative of Kind Of Soil. To the initiated there are no tests so cjrooa toaeiermine me qualities oi me iections to chemical analysis as a meth od of learning the nature and qual ities of the soil is that it is too special and expensive. A portion of soil may betaken from one part of afield which will differ materially from that taken from another part. The blowing down of timber by etorms.the accumulation of vegetable matter in. low places, the situation and etposure of the land, all cxerta modifiu&Jnnucnc apon the character of the Boil. Were two chemists required to make analyses of the soil of a particular field, and one should, by chance, get his specimens ! from tho subsoil exposed to the sur face by a blown down tree, and the other should get his from the spot .where the body of - the tree decayed, they would make quite different re ports as to the constituent elements of the soil. And yet both would be strictly accurate- as r...

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. — 18 January 1873

i SlBilSElljl . .. ,.TV -T" . - : - ...... ;.- - ' i VQL..i3.-rK0 10. GLARKSVILLETENN.y SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1573. WHOLE NO. 2,146. 5 ELY TURNLEY, ELY &C0. AKD- General Commission Merchants, FIKK-PSOOF WinEHOlSE, CEAEKSTILLE," -J - - TEXX Advances made on Tobacco In Store. Mr. E. WITHERS haK returned from Ixminville to Clarksviile and is oar Auc tioneer. We have erected a shed In New Provt Hpnrc, opr-OKite the storeof Messrs. MeDan- le; & uarle, where we will receive lonaceo and dray it to our warehouse free of charge for thoti persons wlio do not wish to haul H to Clarksviile. Mevrn. MeDaniel A Ear nee will receive, weigh ami receipt for To bacco delivered ut our shed in Sew Provi dence. Oct 1 "71 -tf. It Q. ORINTER. C. T. TOCKO, .- of IjOf .M Co., Ky. J. I "WTLLTAJCSOS,. v"5 YOUXG k (f) Tobacco Comm ission M zrcJiants .c7ifnT,Airsrc3-?2:cT waszscts, CLARKSYILLE, - TEXN. Oct. 12, 72-0m. W. A. QUARLKX. C. JC. W. M. SAXIEL QCAKI.ES. i Quarlesr Daniel & ,Qu2eS Attorneys a...

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. — 18 January 1873

B. W. THOMAS, Editor. J. B1LDWIX, Associate Editor. TERMS : $2.00 1ST ADTAXCE. CLABESYILLE, : : JAX. 18, 1813. JLiSCFACTCEDiG. Some man in South Carolina, ignor ing tlie traditional doctrine of that State, declares that the South has ad- vantages for manufacturing inferior to those of no other section. . There is no proposition clearer than that the prerequisites of successful manufac turing are the proximity of the motive power, the raw material and the ma chinery. The water power in the South is sufficient to manufacture all thelcotton it can produce, and its coal end iron deposits are near enough to each other, in Bome localities, to en sure an abundant and cheap supply of iron for the wanta of its people. But Etcam makes every locality independ ent of water power; and machinery, for any purpose, can be located wherever convenience may suggest These points being settled, the ques tion to be considered by the South is, whether it can manufacture its sup T.IIa rhnaner than it can i...

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. — 18 January 1873

! r i V' ft' CLAKKSYILLE, JA5. 11, 187S. J. B. KEBLETT, J. A. GKAJTT, 4. BALDWIJf r SEBLETT, GEANT & CO- PTJBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. BATES OF ADVERTISING : One Dollar per square of Ten lines or less. RITES OF ADVERTISING. IkoUiio WO. S4CAXES. 8 MO ( MO 12xo 1 Kqnare 2 Square 8 Square.. 4 Kquares.. Column. y. Column... J 50 4 6 COl 7 60ll0 1000il2 15 (Ml 18 25 00.30 55 00(43 40O0:8 -5 00 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 30 ) 45 00 150 00 10 00 15 00; 12 00 18 00: 15 00 20 001 2000130 00: 00 36 00150 00 00l)006Ol Ofl'SS 00 'HO 00 i Colura 1 Column Announcement of marriage and death! free tributes of respect and obituaries half price. LOCKTILLE AXDSASDniXE AXD GBEAT SOITHEK3T B A ILBOAD. GOIXO NORTH. Train No. 2 arrive and leaves at 12:55 A. x. Train No. 4 arrives and leaves at 2:33 p. M. Train No. 6, Acc'mod'n, leaves at 4:30 A. m. GOING BOOTH. Train No. 1 arrives and leaves at 4:55 p. M. Train No. 8 arrives and leaves at 4:20 a.m. Train No. S returns at 6:00 p. M. rSon. 1 and 2 are mall tra...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 18 January 1873

"FARMER COLUMN. peep rLorGinxG. fit has beett truly said that n in crease of me inch in the average depth of ploughing throughout the United States, would produce a larg er amount of profit, as compared with present results than all the gold from California. We believe in this assertion ; but we do not.believe that all soils without being previously t jb-soiled arelfit for immediate in cre e in depth. Weknow that even clay eub-eoUs, which p proach within a few" inches of the surface, after be ing thoroughly sub-soiled, are so ameliorated as to be capable of ad mixture with the immediate surface- Boii ; and we are equally well aware that sub-soiling cannot be performed with any profit in clay sub-soils con taining excessive amounts of water ; that such soils must first be under , , drained and the aub-sdiling precede . an increase of depth in surface Dlousrhine.. Bat there are mill ions of acres capable of being ploughed to doable the depth to which tb"y have ' ever received an incis...

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. — 25 January 1873

r MLAR IkSVILLE WEE 'SjY GHseneEE. VOL. 43.NT0 11. CLAEKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1873!! ' - ! WHOLE SO.' 2,247. W. J. ELT W. D.4MERI WETHER, Jr. TtJRKLEY,! ELY: & 00. AXD General Commission Merchants, TIKE-PUOOF WlBEDOrsi, CLAKKSYILLE, - TEKX Advances made on Tobacco in Store. We have secured the services of Mr. T. I). Ieonard. the well-known auctioner, who will .ell all or our Tohacco for us. We have erected a shed In New lrovt ance, opposite t ile .lore of Messrs. M Dan iel 4 Uarbee, where we will receive tobacco rid dray It toour wit rehouse free of cuarge r those persons who do not with to haul t to Clarksviile. Messrs. McDaniel A Bar kee will receive, weigh and receipt for To bacco delivered at our shed In New Provi dence. ct 1 "71 -tf. . ft. nitlTTER, C.T.TOCHO, of Todd Co.. Ky. , of Logan Co, Ky. i j . J. h. wn.i.ioioj, .. . GRIXTER. YOWG k tl, Tobacco Commission Merchants :C71f3Z2U2.!lES-F2:Cr WAXZS075T, CLARKSYILLE, - TEXN. Oct. 12. T2-m. W. A. QUAKLEK. W. M...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 25 January 1873

JL W. THOJIAS, Editor. J. BILDWDT, Associate Editor. T.CBHS t 02.04 IK ADTAKCE. CLAEKSVILLE, t s JAN. 25, 1873. ' JUDICIAL KEF0E3L " Some month ago, we suggested some reformi ia the' administration of jui tloe, by means of which, as we then thought and still think, the burdens of the people maybe materially light ened. Those suggestions were that the powers of magistrates be enlarged bo as to give them original and final jurisdiction over those petty offenses which now crowd the criminal docket and fill the Penitentiary at great cost to the taxpayers. And as auxiliary tt this, the adoption of a Workhouse system under which small offenders can be made to atone for their mis deeds by doing something useful to the community against which they have (jffcndcd. We further suggested that jury trials in civil casc3 be dis pensed with, except when a jury may be demanded by one, or both parties to the suit, and that in all Buch cases the party or parties demanding the jury, shall pay the iost...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 25 January 1873

1 J. 8. JfEBf,iji.Arf jiltfi.lWIS XEBLETT, GRANT & 00- BATES OF ADVERTISING : One Dyllar J iUMie ff Tea Unas f r Jess, j RITES OF AMEKIISIXG. i Column. ! m : 0i,1 1 tw H 03 oo ,3.i o o1 o w i fi 115 ;! '' atng bituwies e. rolumn 1 (Yd iimn Uoort 4S (ki'K 0;H Announcement of niaxrytgeii iV. free tributes of respect and obituaries half price. I.Ol 1SVILLE ADXASUVILI.E A GOING NORTH. Train No. 2 arrive and li-avosai a. x. Train No. 1 nrrfvM and leaves at 2:.'S v. M. Train No. !, Acc'mod'n, leavra at i:3) A. M. Train No. 1 arrives and leaves at 4:. P. M. Train No. S arrives audlcitHH lit 2u A. m. Train No. 5 returns at ' :0ii n. J"Nos. I an J 2 are mall trains. CHR0XICLE AND JIURALJiUy. . j . . . .-. lis. ' - We will furnish the Chronicle and Rural Sun, for one year, for SS SO, to all who ile feireto elub.aa follows: Any subscriber who nmy be' iuUcWvd tJ us, by pay ing bis arrearage and tlien pay inj S3 50 lu advance, vr ill receive both pa per for one year. , . All who renew their ...

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. — 25 January 1873

r farmers:. column.. . !, : t Orchard Grass and CloTcr. ' T." D L.WTitlcg ta the Rural Sun froni Montgomery county,' says? -: . f'Prepare sour ground as soon aa you can in the spring, by deep plowing, if eubsoiled all the better; pulverize thoroughly: then sow 21 pounds to the acre with (I prefer) two quarts of clover seed. Orchard grass and clover ripen their seed at the same time, and if on good ground will produce from two to three tons of first-rate hay to the acre. If wanted for'graing, 'and Tfhere is nothing, better, , (in . my vap'mion,) it should be so arranged as to have three shifts. So divide your fields that you can turn into Xo. 1 and graze down, then into No. 2, then into No. 3. When that is gone, go back to No. 1, and you will find it better than when you first turned your stock on it. By this course you can graze till August, If you prefer winter grazing, take all stock off after August, and you will have a fine growth for winter, which I think was of more service to...

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. — 1 February 1873

CbARKSVI CHROXIC H j. VOL. 43. KO 12. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1873. WHOLE NO. 2,247. 'WEEKLY I W. H. TCItNLEY. W. D-.MERIWETHEII, Jr. TURNLEY, ELY & CO. TOBACCO -AXD- General Commission Merc'nants, FIEE-PEOOF WAEEHOCSE, CLAKKSYILLE, - - - TEXN. Advances made on Tobacco In Store. We have secnrcd the services of Mr. T. T. Ieonani, the well-known auclioner, who will st-11 al! of our Tohncco for lis. We have erected a shed tn New Provi dence, opposite the more of Jlewsrs. McDati iel & Barhee, where we will receive tobacco lid dray it to our warehouse free of charge or thoe persons who do not wish to haul t to Clarksviile. Messrs. McDanlel A Bar bee will receive, weigh and receipt for To bacco delivered at our shed in New Provi dence. ct 1 Tl -tf. II. J. OR1XTER, C. T. YOUNG, of Todd Co.. Ky. of Logan Co., Ky. J. 1 WILLIAMSON, CRIMER. TOG k (0 T'o b a c c q Commission Merch ants CLARKSVILLE. - TEXX. Oct. 12. T2-m. W. A. QUARLEK. W. X. DANIEL G. H. tlUABLKS. Ouad...

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. — 1 February 1873

K. IT. THOXAS, Editor. J. BALDWIN, Associate Editor." TEBIS i 82.00 IS ADVAKCK. CLAfcKSYILLE, FEB. 1, is;.. HOME MAMTACTCKES. "We were shown, a few da ys 6inee, by Mr. George Ilillman, sundry bolts of Jeans manufactured by the Hurricane Mills, Humphreys county. These goods are heavy, durable and well fin ished. The warp is spun in Nashville, and the wool is procured in the vicin ity of the machinery, which opens to the farmers a home market for their wool which they can sell for money, or exchange for the ready made cloth. However small the scale of operation, it affords an illustration of the wisdom of bringing the spindle and the loom to the raw material. The mill is not only a market for the wool, but the operatives furnish a market for the agricultural products of the farm, and thus is created a circle of mutual ben efits between the farmer and mechanic the mechanic must cat, and the far mcr must consume the products of his skill. . Though a miniature portrait, this is still a l...

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. — 1 February 1873

I V. V CLAKKSTILLE, FEB. J, 1818. , s. XEBi.rrr, J. a. gbast, j. baldwis SEBLETT, GRAXT & CO- PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. RATES OF ADVERTISING t One Dollar per square of Ten lines or less. KATES OF ADVERTISING. NO. SQCAKEB. lno2ivSiOj6iio 12 MO 1 Kquare 2 Kijuart-s 8 Squares. 2 50i 40i SOO! 00 5 00' 8 (HI 10 (Mi 15 00 7 53:i(fl . 12-001 1H 00 15 00 20 00 2-5 00 SO 00 45 00 wi on 115 Ml 150 00 4 Squares.... yt Column.. 1(MHI 12 00115 00 20 0(i ! 15 00' IS 00120 00 30 00 lor. ru, 'in fui! 1'. fWl rt u V - M U III 1 1 .. " ' i'" r . ,' w I Column j35 OO-H OTioO 00 0 00 I Column.- Uol:4H 00 '.55 00 80 i (Muran Announcement of marriages and deaths free tributes of respect and obituaries half price. I.Ot ISVILLE ASDXASIIVILLE AXI CHEAT SOTTIIKKN KAII.KOA. COIXO NORTH. Train No. 2 arrives aud leaves at 12:55 A. M. Train No. 4 arrives and leaves at 2:35 p. J. Train No. 6, Acc'mod'n, leaves at 4:30 A. M. GOI.Nfl SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrives and leaves at 4:55 p. M. Train No. 3 arrives and ...

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. — 1 February 1873

FARMERS' COLUMN. 4 How to Increase the Wheat Crop. Wheat baa come to be one of the w staple eropn of Tennessee. -In ten years preceding the war (18501860) the crop of the State increased five fold. This increase was the result of the discovery that Tennessee wheat could be put into the New York mar ket earlier and would command a better pi ice than any other extept California wheat. Farmers went to growing wheat who had never grown it before, and those who had grown it grew all the more. - ; According to the census in 1870, the State had recovered her former position in wheH culture. And we venture to yr .iet that when the census of 1880 is taken the crop will have increased in almost as great a ratio as between 1850 and '60. We think we see good grounds whereon . to base the prediction. . In the first place the demand will ' increase by a large iucrease in the wheat eating population of the United Stales and by a relative decrease in the crop in the New England and " Middle Atlanti...

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. — 8 February 1873

GLARK.SffiLE::: :W CHRONICLE. ! 't H 11 VOL. 43.--NO CLAKKSVILLE, TENN.; SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1873. .i WHOLE NO. 2,248. 13. 4 "W.'H. TURN LEV. W. J. ELY V. ii-LMEUIWETHEE, Jr. TURKLEY,ELY. & CO.. AND General Commission Merchants, . tt:. ;.. n mm FICE-PEOOF WABEIIOtSE, CLAltKSVlLLE, - - - TENX. Advances made on Tobacco in Store. We have secured the services of Mr. T. T). Leonard, the wril-known duct inner, who will sell all of our Tobacco for us. We Iwve erected a shed hi New Provi dence. opiosite the sloreof Messrs. MrlHin iel & Iirlce, where we wll! recei ve tolmeeo tid dray it to our warehouse freeof charge er those persons who do not wish to haul t to Clarksviile. Messrs. MeDauiel 4 linr bee will receive, weigh and receipt for To bacco delivered at our tiled In New Provi dence. ct 1 Tl -tf. r. t. vofxo, of Logan Co., Ky. of Todd Co.. Ky J. L. WII.LIA1I.40X, GBQTEB. T k (0, b a c C 0 Com mission Merchants CLAKKSVILLE, - JESS. Oct. 12. T2-m. UCABLns. W. U. K. QUARLES. Quar...

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. — 8 February 1873

B. yy. TH03US, Editor. ' r J. BALDWIN, Associate Editor. TERMS t 2.00 IX ADTASCE. CLAEKSYILLE, FEB. 8, 1873. USURY. The people of Georgia and several other States, are agitating for the re peal of the usury laws. We wish them the fullest pnecess ; but, gravely question their ability to break the cru3t of superstition that has, for cen turies, been gathering and hardening around the abstract idea of usury. It is singular, that in the progress of civ ilization and the indefinite expansion of commercial relations, the ide$ of usury should have remained upper most amid the revolutions which have wrought out the conviction that a free disposition and ue of one's property is an inalienable individual right with the single exception of his money which is nothing more than a conven tional standard of values, and there fore, its use must be restricted by law, but only as between lender and bor rower. If usury is based upon the idea that the borrowing class must be protected against the extor...

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. — 8 February 1873

CLARKSVILLE, FEB. .8, 1878. S. RKBI.ETT, J. A. 5RAT, J. BALDWIN XEBLETT, GRANT k CO- PCBLIBHERS AND PKOI'EIETOR.i , - " " HATES iK AUVERTISISG: One lV)llar per square of Ten lines or less. RATES OF ADVERTISING. lO'2M0 i We o'i2 XO ! i 'S 2 50 1 4n0 SOOl 00! 15 00 .i 0 8 00 10 00 15 W)! ju no T SJ JOHM20U 1001 V500 100) 120ti 15(H) 20 (Hi1 WMm 15 00 1 00 20 (Mi 30 (Mi; 45 00 S5 (Kl 30 00 Si 0), ; 0(1, NO no 35 00 4.1 00 50 00 fiO 00; 115 00 1 Square. 2 Square .. X Square... 4 Squares..... Ji Column.-. 'j Column . Column I Column i 4tOO;4 00'55 01. HO Oil! 150 00 Announcement of marriages and deaths free tribute of resjieet and obituaries half price. I.Ol 14YIM.E AXD X AMI VII.I.E AM (KE.IT NOl'Tll l:R RAILROAD. joinj north. Train Xo. 2 arrive and leave at 12:55 a. x. Train No. 4 arrives and leave at 2:35 P. M. Train No. fi, Aee'mod'n, leave at 4::i0 A. M. ;((IS5 SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrive and leaves at 4:55 p.m. Train No. 3 arrive and leave at 4:20 A. St. Train No. 5 rein ma nt W) l. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 8 February 1873

A ' ""FARMERS" COLUMN. Begin to Think "About Hot Beds. The time is rapidly approaching for gardnera to think about their hot beds. Look around you and have the materials necessary at hand. They ought to be ready In this latitude about the middle of February. A good and cheap one may be formed as follows : Make an excavation from two and a half to three feet deep; fill to within six inches of the surface with fresh stable manure; set or build around a frame made of plank, (the frame Jike a box without top or bot tom,) Jbe . edges of the .frame at the Bides sloping toward the south so that the back, or north side, shall be six inches higher than the front, the front and back being three or four feet apart ; cover with sash. Old window sash may do, but it is much better to have sash made for the pur pose. The bars to support the glass ought to run iu but one direction, with the glass so arranged that rain water will readily run otf, quite an essential point j i . ' i ' ' - ; 4 ; " Afte...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 15 February 1873

WEEKLY CHROI VOL. 43.-KO 14. CLARKSVILLE, TEM., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1873. WHOLE NO. 2,249. CLARKSV ; . , YT. H. TURN LEV. W. 3. ELY W. D.M EIU W ETHER, Jr. ' , TURNLEY, ELY & CO. AND ' General Commission Merchants, FiEE-rcoor waeeuouse, -CLARKSTILLE, - - - TEXX. AdTanres made on Tobacco Id Store. We hare secured the services of Mr. T. I). Leonard, the well-known nuctioner, who will sell all of oar Tobacco for on. We have erected a shed In New Provi dence, opposite the sloreof Messrs. Mrlwn iel A Bariee, where we will receive tobacco nd drav It to our warehonw free of chance or thoHe ersiiia who do not wlsn to haul t to Clarksviile. Mewrs. McDanlel A Bar bee will receive, weifch and receipt for To bacco delivered at our shed tn New Provi dence. Oct 1 7I -tf. B. Q. ORIKTER, f TOdd .. Ky, C. T. VOCNO, of Logan Co., Ky. t. U. WILLIAMSON, GRINTER. TOG k (0 Tobacco Commission Merchants CLARKSTILLE, " TEXX. Oct. 12. 72-Cm. W. A. QCARLEH. W. M. DANtF.L O. U. eUAKI.ES. Quarles, Daniel...

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. — 15 February 1873

B. W. THOXAS, Editor. J. B1LDWIX, Associate Editor. TERMS I $2.00 IX ADVASTE. CLABKSTILLE, : : FEB. 15, 187S. COOPERATION. A very common error, throughout the South, and very prejudicial to the Fpirit of enterprise, is that it is not worth while to undertake anything in the shape of manufacturing, unless it can be done on a large scale. So far from the large pcale being the true policy, it is the best means that can be devised to defeat the object in view, because in inaugurating an un tried system of political economy, ex periments should be confined within safe limits, and not merely the mana gers and operatives, but the surround ing community, should be progressive ly indoctrinated in a full understand ing, as well of the mechanical depart ments as of the value of such enter prises to the material wealth of the country. If we are correctly informed, some of the largest and most profitable es tablishments in the South, sprung from very small beginning, and now wield an influence f...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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