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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 15 February 1873

CLAKKSYILLE, FEB. 15, 1873. J. 8. Kk.BI.ETT, J. A. OBAXT, J. BALDWIS XEBLETT, GRANT & CO.. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. BATES of advertising: One Dollar per square of Ten lines or less. RITES OF ADVERTISING. XO. 8QUAKE8. 1 MO '2 MO 6 xo 12 SCO 1 Square 2 Hquares t Squares 4 HjiiKrefi. i Colnmn. 4 Column 4 Column 1 Column 2 50 4 50 8 00 9 on 15 00 0 00 25 00 80 () 4 5 00 80 00 115 I' 150 00 5 0') 8 0Ol0 00!l5 00 7 51 10 IK)! 12 00 18 00 1000 12 OI 16 00 20 00 15 00 18 0Oi20 00,S 00 25 00 : OOl.lb 00 50 00 35 00i4-1 ft) 1 50 00, V0 00 40 00:48 ftl'55 00,80 00, Announcement of marriages and deaths free tributes of respect and obituaries half price. LOUISVILLE ASD3TASHTILLE AXO CiKEAT KOCTKEBX KAILBOAD. . GOt NO SOUTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 125 A. M. Train No. 4 arrives aud leaves at 2:35 P. M. Train Xo. 6, Aec'mod'n, leaves at 4:30 A. M ooixn sorm. Train Xo. 1 arrives and leaves at 4:55 P. si. Train Xo. arrives aud leaves at 4:20 A. M. Train Xo. 5 returns at :) p. "Xos. ...

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. — 15 February 1873

FARMERS' COLUMN. f I t f Boots of Plants. - i . :I Probably the best is-ay to obtain a correct view of the roots of our com mon crops ia to adopt tbe plan of Schubert, which, while it involves considerable labor, rewards it with satisfactory results. In the field where tbe crop grew he made an excavation to the depth of six feet ; and a stream of water was directed against the vertical wall of the soil until it wash ed away so that the roots of the plants growing in It were, laid bare. The roots thus exposed in a field of rye, in one of beans, aud in a bed of garden peas, presented the appearance of a mat otfeltof white fi hereto the depth of about four feet from the surface. The roots of wlfcter wheat he observed as deep as seven feet in a light subsoil after forty-seven days growing, or from the sowing the seed. On sub- soils not so light and permeable, the roots of winter wheat, winter rye, winter colza, as well as of clover, were found from three to four feet. ' In another" fiel...

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 March 1873

VOL.-43. NO 1 fir CLAEKSVILIEr TENN:, SATURDAY, 3IARCH 1 ,1873. ',' BYERS keeps a complete r?. ts a fc.s wr- stokTmg8,atent Med icines, Paints, Notions, Blank' Books and Stationery, and is - J ? ; S- S r . ; I - prepared to sell low at retail A- 1 S . i Li -fc- or wholesale. W. H. TUKNLEV. W, J. ELY W. D..MERIWETHEU, Jr. TURNLEY, ELY & CO. TOBACCO. ; AKI v..;';;.. J-.;. General CommiBsion Merchants, ' Yf FIRlt-rEOOF WAREHOUSE, k CLARKSTILLE, - TEXX. Advance made on Tobacco In Store. V have secured the services of Mr. T. p. Leonard, the well-known auctioner, who will sell all of our Tobacco for us. We have erected a shed In New Provi dence, opposite the store of Messrs. McDan iel 4 Bariee, where we will receive tobacco nd dray It to oar warehouse free of charge or those persons who do not wish to haul t to Clarltsvllle. Merer. McDaniel A Bar bee will receive, weigh and receipt forTo haeco delivered at our shed In New Provi dence. Oct I "71 -tf. C. T. TOCKG, " of Logan Co., Ky. of...

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 March 1873

THE CHRONICLE B. W. THOHAS. Editor. ' . TERM 9. IS ADVASfK. CULEISTILLE, : t MAECH. 1, 18"$. - -THE PEESS. t it "Were we required to define the da tier of the Press, ire would say its first duty is to study the character of . ths people, to understand their insti tutions and find out their wants, . , whether they be moral or intellectual, social, political, or material ; then go to . work to discover and suggest the prop- v er remedies for the correction of the ' . evils discovered. To give weight to its opinions, it must maintain a due regard for its own dignity by fair and courteous dealing with the opin ions of others in order that its corps may be brought, by affinity, into close co-operation for the advancement of the general welfare. Differences of ' .' opinion are likely to arise out of all questions of real importance, but those differences should not impair unity of purpose or action, nor should they be made the pretext for that guerrilla ' warfare and sharp practice which ...

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 March 1873

THE CHRONICLE , CLARILSYILLE, MARCH 1, 1873. J. . XEBLsrny . J. A. GRANT, SEBLETT k ORaXT, PUBLISHERS 'AND TfiOPRIETOIiS. KATES OF ADVEETISIKQ t . ' One Dollar per square of Tea line or less. RITES OF ADVERTISING. HO. AKKS. 1 Kqaare 1 fiquares S Bquares. Column... H Column 4 Column-. 1 Column. 6X0 12 MO 2 50! 4 50! 5 001 00 5 00) 8 00. 10 MI 15 00 V &t 10 001120! 18 00 I 0tX 12 00 1500 20 00 '15 00 18 00 20 00 W) 00 25 00 ft) 00 . 35 00 50 00 135 00 43 00 50 00 00 I4A 00 4K00;55 0t) 80 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 30 00 45 00 (WOO 115 00 1.50 00 Announcement of marriage and deaths free tributes of respect and obituaries lialf price. LOriSTILLE ASDHASHTIILKASB CHEAT SOITIIERS RAILKOAIK ,"2 ' i .i j " - --' GOIXG NORTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 4:30 A. x. Train 3ot 1 arnve and leaves at 2:33 p. x. COISG SOUTH. ' Train Ko. i arrives wv4 leaves at 5.-fl- p. x. Train No. S arrives and leaves at 40 A. x. cvXos. I and. 2 arc .wall trains. 'I Great Injustice. We are relia bly informed ...

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 March 1873

j ',- i From the Rural World. V! I J 1 iTefeEroo r.nltnrA fn TTr-iitiiffcv. : vr In 'e paper, soma time since a cuumuDiutuoB irom a suufccnoer statiDg that if you would publish some items on the culture and man agement of tobacco, it might be the means of your getting quite a num ber of subscribers in his section of country. Having been a tobacco raiser for quite a number of years, and having taken premiums at some of the larg est tobaeeo fairs heldin this country I took a premium, pa. the best five hogsheads of shipping leaf at the great tobacco fair held at Ciarksville, Tenn., last June I propose giving voua few items on tobacco culture and its general management, this be mg tue season lor preparing and sow ing the seed. i This section is well adapted to the growth jof heavy shipping - leaf, known As the Ciarksville tobacco, and therefore my remarks -will have Reference to that description of leaf. Firsts select a rich epotl in the woods where the leaves are, thick on t he ground ...

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 March 1873

r " '' ' VOL. 17. " . CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, MAECH 8, 1873.; WHOLE NO. 2 252. I i If I i li HI !5 i i ) ! BYERS keep, a complete stock of Drugs, Patent Med icines, Paints, Notions, Blank Books and Stationery, and is prepared to sell low at retail . or wholesale. "W. IU TCKXLEV. W. J. ELY W. P..M ERIWETIIER, Jr. TURNLEY, ELY & CO. -AND General Commission Merchants, FIRE-PCOOF W1REUOISK, CLARKSYILLE, - - Advances made on Tobacco in Store. We have secured the services of Mr. T. T. Leonard, the well-kuowii auctioner, who will sell all or our Tobacco for us. We have erected a shed in New lrovl denee. opposite the aloreof Messrs. MrDan iel k Baroee, where we will receive tolMioeo nd dray it to our wan-house free of chartse or those persons who do not wish to haul t to Clarksville. Messrs. McDaniel & llnr liee will receive, weigh and receipt for To bacco delivered at our shed in New Frovi . cicnce. Oct 1 Tl -tf. H. Q. fJRIXTER, of Todd Co.. Ky. c. t. Yor-o, -of Logan Co., Ky...

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 March 1873

( THE CHRONICLE E. W. THOMAS. Editor. TEKKS I 82.O0 1 jr ADVANCE. CLAKKSTILLE, : : MARCH. 8, 1S7S. RAILROADS. Amid tb din of preparation, on the part of northern capitalists, to pene trate the South with Railroads and canals, how few southern men pause to enquire, for whose good ? Is phi lanthropy one of the motives suggest ing these multiplied means of inter communication ? Is Tom Scott build ing the Southern Pacific Railroad for the benefit of the South ? It is true that he and his backers harp loudly, upon its development of our resources and thus cheat many into the belief that the motive is unselfish and the end the aggrandizement of the South. "We admit that such would be the re sult, were our people shrewd enough to raise and manufacture all that they need and to dispose of any surplus in the best market, whether foreign or domestic. Uut the Yankees know us better than we know ourselves. They know that southern men are ignorant of their true interests, that they have neither ...

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 March 1873

THE CHRONICLE CLARKSVILLE, MARCH , 1S7S. J. B. yrBLCTT, a. A. orast, XEBLETT & (ilMNT, rCBLISIIKRK AND PKOPRIETOE." " BATKS OF AnVERTiSISG : . On Dollar per aqciire of Ten lines or less. RITES OF ADVERTISING. KO. SQUARES. 1xo2mOiSmo MO j 121 1 Square 2 Squares--- 3 Square 4-S.iiHres... 4 l olinun yt t'olumn .. 4 I'olumn 1 Column 2-iOi 4 50 500 00! 15 00 h (Ml : 8 00 10 00 15 '! 20 IK) 7 .V) 10 00 12 00 18 00 ! 25 00 100(1 12 00 1500 20 00L 30 00 : 15 00 IS 00 20 00-W 00 45 00 CS 00 3H 00 35 00 50 00 NO 00 LIS IKI 43 00 50 00 Ml 00 115 IK 14000 48 00 : oft 00. M) 001 150 Announcement of marriages and deaths free tributes of respect and obituaries bnlf price. rtX ISVlLLE AXI5rASIIVIIXa?AXI CHEAT KOCTIIEHS RAIUKOAIK OIS XORTll. Train No. 2 arrives and leave at 4:10 A. J. Train No. 4 arrive and leaven at 2:35 V. M. ooiso soctk. , , Train No. i arrives and leaves at 5.-O0 p. x. Train No. S arrives and leaves at 4:20 a.m. fos.1 and 2 are mall trains. BcistV, Garden ekd, for sale. Whol...

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. — 8 March 1873

f r f FARMERS' I - - ' ' 1 1 1 1.1-. ! SSSSSSBSM SSSSSTSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS- k . r. Old Pastures, or Sew.; There tire two opinions about p'aa- tores. - One is that it is more proiita Ible to feed only newlv seeded land. i, i vL using it pot more thaa two years be- lore plowing it up for a roseeding ; and the other to let it remain for many years, allowing the surface to become fully occupied by the native grasses, these being supposed to be best adapted to develop its power of production. If we consider this question accord ing to the general practice of farm ing communities in this country, we pannot hesitate to decide that the greate8t profit 'Will follow the first named method, for there is no dis puting the proposition that timothy, red-top, orchard grass, and red clover, newly sown on a well-prepared and well-manured soil, will produce much more forage (and of a highly nutri tious kind) than will a close turf of blue-grass, white clover, etc., which lias for many years had full poss...

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. — 15 March 1873

vol. .--Kus: CLAKKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, MAECH 15, 1873.: whole; no: i h V, f i hi" BYERS keeps a complete stock of Drugs, Patent Med icines, Paints, Notions, Blank Books and Stationery, and is prepared to sell low at retail or wholesale. ' W. H. TURN LE Y. " W. J. ELY W. D..MF.RIWCTHF:n, Jr. TUBNLEY, ELY & CO. TOBACCO AND General Commission Merchants, FIBE-PEOOF WiREHOrSE, . CLARKSYILLE, - - - -TENN. Advances made on Tobacco In Store. We have Recnred the tiervices of Mr. T. T). I.eonard, the well-known uctioner, who will Hell all of our Tobacco for us. We have erected a shed In New Provi dence, opposite the store of Messrs. McDan lel Bailiee, where we will receive tobacco ml dray It toonr warehonxe free of charge or those persons who to not wIhIj to haul t to t'lnrksville. Mewni. McDaniel Bar bee will receive, weisih and iweipt for To bacco delivered at our shed in New Provi dence. Oct I Tl -tf. H. Q. ORI3TTI5H, C. T. VOfNO, of Todd V Ky. of Logan Co., Ky. J. 1- WILLIAMSON, G...

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 March 1873

THE CHRONICLE K. W. THOXAS. Editor. TEEM t 2.0 1ST ADTJUfCX. CLAEKSTILLE, : : "BAECH. 15,1873. RADICAL MISTAKE. It is eingular that those Radicals who are poisoned by their malignity towards the South, should lose sight of the fact that, after reading the damning evidences of that party's gross and almost universal corruption, all Christendom will be tempted to exclaim that the South was justifiable in the effort to dissolve its connection wiih a people bo wholly unrestrained ly law, or constitution, justice or hon or. ' When impartial history shall re cord the conduct of the war and es pecially, the doings of the Radicals, lor years subsequent to it, the verdict of mankind will be in full accord with the opinionjust expressed. Ingenuity and falsehood have been taxed to their utmost capacity, to fix upon the South the uupardonable guilt of having tried to overthrow "the best government the world ever saw," but all that inge nuity will recoil, ' with terrible force, upon a people who...

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. — 15 March 1873

t THE CHRONICLE CLARKSTILLE, MARCH 15, 1875. J. 8. NKBLKTT, ,. - - r I. A. GRAST, XEBLETT k GRANT, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. ' t VATKH OF ADVeBTlKISa " ' One Dollar per square of Ten lines or less. RATES OF ADVERTISING. IXo'lHoisMOiCXO MO. SQUARES. 18 HO 1 Kquare 2 Kqares . S Squares. 4 Kjuare.... ?4 Column.- H 'olumn.. V Clamu 1 Column 2 50 500 7 ) 1000 15 00. 25 00! 35 00- 40 oo ion 800 1000 12 00 18 00 30 00 4.1 00 48 00 5001 f 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 1.50 00 lOOOllo 00 1200 18 00 15 00 2(1 00 20 00 30 00 Si 00 50 00 50 00 AO AO 55 00 80 00 Announcement of marriages and deaths free tributes of respect and obituaries lialf price. I.Ol IKYILL.E A5f STASH VIM.E AS D (IREAT NOrTHEBX RAILnoAO. OOINO NORTH. Train Ko. 2 arrives and leaves at a. m. Train So. 4 arrives and leaves at 2:35 r. x. OOIKC BOCTH. Train No. 1 arrives and leaves at 5.-0J p. M. Train No. 3 arrives and leaves at 4:20 A.M. WTN'os. 1 and 2 are mall trains. . Bcist's' Garden Seed, lor sale, "Who...

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. — 15 March 1873

V After, that, Miss Whiting and I were quite sociable. I sought her i. ,1 ..U AlA 1 . : A M- but treated me precisely as she would 1 A V- . V, - V".,. J.,ni t.Ai I either, for she -was a little more re- Served; and yet we had some very pleaaat chata i together She coold talk sense, and t prided myself on my abilities iu that line, and so almost a week slipped by before I knew it. "I think I should find it very dull here but for you," I said to her one day. "Odd, too, when 1 dreaded your coming so." She looked up wonderingly. "Dreaded ray coming?" " Yes : I feared you would be one of the slashing kind, and would dress to kill, and UUt.jne iid,;Aod give me no peace." "What gave you that idea?" " I don't know unless it was being bored to death by my chum, Fred. Gorden, about a 'Captain Kate,' the belle of the season, and I thought you mignt be her style." "And did you ever see the 'Captain Kate ? " asked Miss Whiting, lifting cer caim lakes of eyes to mine. i; " No, but I can imagine h...

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. — 22 March 1873

ll t . iVOL.US.-Ntf 19.-i - CLARKSVILLE; TEM., SATURDAY, 1 31 ARCH 22, 1873 WHOLE KO. 2,154. : i 1 !; ill lv 1:5 S J Mi' '4 , BYERS keeps a complete !!! V '1 stock of Drugs, Patent Med- 11 icmes, Paints, Motions, Blank Bootes and Stationery, and is prepared to sell low at retail I or wholesale. w, H. TUKNL.EV. W.J. W. P-.MERIWETHER, Jr. ELY TURNLEY, ,ELY & f CO. AND General Commission Merchants, FIRE-PROOT? WlKIHOrSE, CLARKSTILLE. - - - TENS. AdTkBres made on Tobacco in niore. We have iwmred the services of Mr. T. 1. Leonard, the well-known auetiouer, mh will anil aJlnf oar Tobacco for a. We have erected a shed in New Provi- Jfn.-r nnnoaitc the Moreof Mfwni, McDitn loi KuriiMt where we will receive tobacco nd dray U to oar warehonse free of charge or those persons who no not wisn to nam t to Clarksville. Messrs. McDaniel 4 Bar bee will receive, welftb and receipt for To bacco delivered at our snea in Afw r-rovt- once. Oct 1 71 -tf. H. a. OKIKTER of Todd Co.. Ky. c. t. Torwo, of ...

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. — 22 March 1873

THE CHEONICLEt E. W. THOXAS, Editor. CLAEKSVIIXE,-JjliEC3li 22,1373. U5I0T CITYj COURIER. 'bur coDteniporarj'tiie! Cmon CUy Courier Is unduly txcited by oar com-, ments vpon'ftfc new State of J aclcson, dpay.u oaic .baclhandcd com pinntnts which appreciate bul will not repay in kind. The truth i?, we loot pon the' scheme as bo utterly im praotieable that we foel no disposition to treat it gravely. ' The motives of the Courier,, or of those ' iu gynipathy with it, we have not impeached, nor have we gleaned from it editorials an amount of information sufficient to unfold those motives. ; But however pare and exalted they may be, they cannot alter our views of the imprac ticability of the project so long as the Radicals are in power. We spoke of West Virginia as a State born of gross usurpation and vindictive hate, and re ceived into the brotherhood of loyalty because of its treason to the South, and to indicate that it is no precedent for the subdivision of other Southern States.' 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. — 22 March 1873

THE CHRONICLE SHf ft i. B. SEBUTT. . r f . . i- . GRAJCT, 3EBLETT i tiKAST, yupLSQER AND IpOgRlKTOgS. One Dollar per nquare of Ten lines or less. RATES OF ADVERTISING. t - 1 1 kjnare... 2 Hqunrea S Square 1! 2 SO" 4 SO' S00' f 00, 15 00 5 00; SOO lOOO lo W)i 20 00 7 &J 100:J200.1H 2500 4 -imrR... 'i Column.. Column 4 Column.. 1 Cnlumn , 13 (Ml IS 00 20 00 30 O0 45 00 25 00 l 00 to 00 50 00 80 00 I.15 00 41 OH - Tit 00 115 00 140 00 48 OoVw 00 W 00 1 150 00 Announcement of marriage anil deaths froeri botes of respesf aol AiLaariea half price. LoriVILI.E A!(l!f.WHVItttAXD (BEAT KOlTIIERJf RAILROAD, Train No. 5 arrives and leaves at 4:30 A. x. Train No. 4 srn vi at &V p. x. GOIXOBOCTH. Train No. I arrives and leaves atSaM P.. Train No. 1 arrives and leaves at"4:20 a. x. TXo. 1 and 2 are mail trains. BrisT's Garken Seed, for sale, Wholwale "imf 1 lltftail, 1 bV Owen' '& M.inre. 4t. T i " i i i Garden eeds, Landreth's and TiuiKt's fresh Garden Seeds, for sale bv S. B. Stewart...

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. — 22 March 1873

FARMERS', COLUMN. ; How lalsiproT? Pasture., We take the following proceedings from the American Institute Far mers' Club : The lack of attention given by the average farmer to his permauetn pas tures was alluded to by Harris Lewis, and he oflered some, advice, regard ing the' proper course of treatment. AVhen pastures become overrun with weeds, and noxious or useless plauts, a good way to Teuew Iheui Is by a thorough summer fallow, plowing at least thrice, and a little deeper each time. 'This will give a good seed bed, mellow nud fine, by the middle of August, wneua mixture of all. our lest grais seed should be sown ; and the soil supplied with whatever ele ment ot fertility It may lack for the production of grass. Seeding pastures v4tb All jir good grasses will ive u succession throughout the entire sea son. Of all pasture grasses in cen tral New York, June grasses (known, as Kentucky bleu grass in western dairy sections) is the most valuable, and should never be omitted when seed...

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. — 29 March 1873

1 A clakksville WEEKLY OHM ON CI Am. i yOL..43.--NO'20: CLAKKSVILLE,iTENN., SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1873. WHOLE NO. 2,255. n . 7 t .i J V BYERS keeps a complete stock of Drugs, Patent Med- icines, Faints, Notions, Blank Books and Stationery, and is prepared to sell low at retail or wholesale. W. H. TURN LEV. W. J. ELY W. DMERI WETHER, Jr. TURNLEY, .ELY & CO. AND- General Commission Merchants, FIRE-PROOF WAKRHOISE, CLARKSYILLE, - - TESN. Advance! made on Tobacco In Store. W'e have secured the services of Mr. T. I). Leonard, the well-known auctioner, who will sell ll of our Tobacco for us. We have erected shed in New Provl-Ien-e. opposite t he more of Messrs. McDan iel Rarbee, where we will twelve tobacco nd dray It to our warehouse freeof charge or those persons who do not wish to haul . t to Clarksvllle. Messrs. McDanlel 4 Bar bee will receive, weigh and receipt lor To bacco delivered at our shed In Sew Provi dence. Oct 1 71 -tf. f a. R t XTER, C.T. VODKO, of Todd Co.. Ky. of Logan ...

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. — 29 March 1873

THE CHRONICLE R, TV. THOXAS. Editor. TERMS I ftS.09 IJC ADVANCE. CLaBKSTILLE,::M1E(:H 29, 1S73. 50BTH XSD SOUTH BAILSOADS. M We know that no paper in Tennes see, wanta more earnestly to see our tate developed and commercially in dependent than the Clarksville Chron icle, and we are pursuaded that it trill not intentionally discourage any progressive movement, no matter where it originates, that is calculated to aid the good work." We clip the above from the Nash ville Journal of Commerce, and whilst we thank the Journal for doing simple justice to our intentions, we are not willing to remain silent under the del icate imputation that we are opposed to the building of southern Railroads, or that we do not appreciate their value as commercial facilities. In all that we have written on this subject, we have had but two fixed points in view. The one is, that it is impolitic, in the South to build roads that it cannot a fiord to hold, and run independent of north crn monoplies the other ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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