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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 29 March 1873

THE CHRONICLE CLAEKSYILLE, M1BCH 29, 1873. S. JtEBLKTT, 5 . J 1. A. GBA3TT XEBLETT & GRAKT, rnBLisnras and proprietors. " RATES OF ADVERTISING : One Dollar per square of Ten line or less. BITES OF ADVERTISING. KO. BqUAKKS. Ixo 2fO:SMO MO 12 MO 1 Bquare.V 2 Ho, a ares S Square.... 2 5! 4 50' 5 00) 9 00 5 00 8 00 10 00! 15 00 7 5jllOOO'12Wil8 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 80 01 45 00 SO 00 115 00 150 00 4 Hquares.., 1000'12 00!150020 00 Column. 15 00 JH 00:20 00 SO 00 i f'olumu i'i.iOO:! 00:85 00:50 00 Column. 135 00 4S 00 i 50 00 1 80 00 1 Cfilnran 140 00 48 00 55O01H0 00 Announcement of marriages and deaths free tributes of respect and obituaries half price. I.oriSVlLLE ASfD JTASHVIIAE AMD GREAT ROIT1IEKX RAILROAD. GOIXG NORTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 4:S0 A. m. Train Xo. 4 arrives and leaves at 35 P. M. OOIKO SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrives and leaves at 59 P. St. TrainNo. 3 arrives and leaves at 4:20 A. M. WNos. 1 and 2 are mail trains. TO OUR PATROXS. As will be seen by an advert...

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. — 29 March 1873

FARMERS', COLUMN. Bo w to Harfe Earl j Tomatoes. A. D. Compton, of, Hawley, Penn sylvania writes to the American Institute Farmers Clab as follows ; Do not forget to tell your agricul tural friends that tomatoes on heavy Boil may be obtained from four to five weeks earlier than usually by setting the plants on the top of sharp hills. The hills should be fifteen inches high and three feet diamater , base. Water the plants only when first set, and dust the plant and whole hill frequently with plaster. The tomato, coming from a hot and dry country, will endure a drouth that would prove fatal to less hardy plants. Vhat it neeeds most is heat, and this secured by . planting on 6teep j hills on which the sun's rays strike j more obliquely than on flat surfaces. Land should not be over rich for the tomato, very fertile soils produ cing too great a growth of vine. The vines should be pinched in, and the blossom removed after the first set tings have attained the size of mar bles. But in any...

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 April 1873

- -... . " StCf .it:""- It" .-, , MS s , , SHiSiTiTT Trzfrf; S r 'M A. n- WHOLE NO.. 2,255; ::. , i.-i-i; h " . X. il If II ii j"-"" ' i l I I .J I I J 1 1 i ' i I mil K. v w . w v BYERS stock of, Dniffs, Patent Med- IIU: yi ..- Jr.; l.- V.. - o ',!; : if-ines, Painty Notions, Blank f Books and Stationer', ancfis .... .1 ,IU,'A:'- , . .v.! I i ,i ... i..-.- - i.'i.. . prepared to sell low at retail :i 1 or wholesale. i W. H. TIRXI.EV. V. J..EI.Y. W. DMERIWETHER, Jr. TURNLEY, ELY,& CO. TOBACCO -ASD- General Commission Merchants, v Is now making. large addi tions to his stock, and offers inducements to the Trade, f I -!! ' J -r.-i i f ) i Kll.'ii i 14. J 11873? ! -! ' .mi I in-. -i i!-i w5 iw r fi,f Y 4v i irL; WHOLESALE AIID BET&1L -i J3:i -"-.4i;j0 SUBSCRIBE k i - . fEXTR AGOtDEH SYRUP, 4 J FIRE-PROOF ffABEnorSE, CLAKKSTILLE,5 Adranre made on Tobacco In Store. y hv iurnl lh errice of Mr. T. P. Leonard, the weil-known Ructioner, who will nll all of our Tobacco for u. We bare ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 5 April 1873

THE CHUONICIJE B. TT. THOMAS. Editor, q k TERMS ft.M JtSrjLBTAlSTE.' -if TT7 ,' I : APRIL 5,18J$. CLAEKSTILLE, JaTITAL PATEOXAGE. What every town Deeds to add to its thrift, is a mutnal co-operative patron age in other words, a fixed purpose on the part of all the different -vocations to patronize each other.' The habit of shopping in distant cities, of eeoding North for implements that can be made as well by oar own mechanics is a "penny wise and pound foolish" one. It does not mend the matter to cay that things are cheaper abroad than at home, and hence the neces sity for patronizing the mechanics and merchants at other points. Why are articles cheaper abroad than at home? Simply because home industries are so little encouraged, that to prepare them selves with all the modern labor sav ing appliances for turning out work cheaply; they must have capital that is not at their command and an assurance f patronage enough to keep tho?e ap pliances steadily moving. To expect our mechanic...

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. — 5 April 1873

THE CHRONICLE cLtniXEQiTrnv mj. . b. SEB1.E1T, g j. . . - i - -I. A. -KAtT XEBLKTT i tiBlXT ' ' - I.LiJL . i,.'i;....J. A i.KttM O AnVKKTtftlNd One Dollar jxr square of Ten line or less. BATES OF ADTEBIISIXG. 1 .t so, aOARx rr ixeltab 4. J.- .. ; 1 Hquare 2 Rquares 2 Kqnares. 4 Hqaare. Column.- H Column '4 Column 1 Column 2 50 4 50i 600 9 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 so on 115 00 150 00 500! 8(K 10OO 15 001. I u eoute 1000 12 tR'! 1500 15 00 18 00 20 00 25 00 SO 00 3500 So 00 48 0W5OO0 20 00 $0 00 50 00 At) 00 140 00 48 00 55 00 SO 00 Announcement of marriages aid deaths free tribute of respect and obituaries half price. LOrHsYIIXE ASBSA8HTIILEASD UBFATKOrTHERS JIAItltOAp. OolNO NORTH, Train No. S arrives aud leava at 4:30 A. x. Train No. 4 arrtvwand leaves it S5 r. Jt. KING HOCTH. Train No. 1 arrive uui leaves atS0 r. u. Train No. 3 hrrlves and leaves at 4:20 A.M. "Nos. 1 and 2 are mail trains.: f TO OUll PATROL'S. i As will be seen by advertisement elwb.ei"ef we have purchased...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 5 April 1873

The Best BenoTator far Poor Farm. A Boutheru farmer, with a poor farm on his Lauds, writes to his lo cal paper how he brought it na to a first-class condition at no cost. And his example is of such a nature that it may be intimated bj any ,armer in any portion' or the country. UI thjnk I know a. first-rate renovator which will pay for itself, by its !own increase; in one year, and leave the pood it kes. the land for clear profit. When I was in Virginia, following theflag of Stonewall Jackson, I had occasion to Bee what sheep did for that country; and when I came home, dead broke with nothing but a small, worn ontlarm, my own labor, and the beip of a half-grown son, I deter mined to buy a few sheep with.' the first money I could spart and -try what they would do pt me. I bought in the fall of one year, for twenty dollars, ten two year old ewes, that were in lamb. . J put them in a small field close to my bouse that wa full of briars and weeds, and that would feave to be tickled migut...

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 April 1873

GLA SEE CHRONrO t . i VOL. 43:--KO'!!l.' I SU : ? CLARKSVILLE;TENN., SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1873. WHOLE NO.. 2,257. LY 5 - f t : 15YERS keepsa complete stock of Drugs, Patent Med- U 1 icines, Paints, Notions, Blank Books and Stationery, and is prepared to sell low at retail or wholesale. W. H. TUKXLEy. W. J. ELY W. DMEUIWETHER, Jr. TURNLEYr ELY k CO. -AN IV- General Commission Merchants, FIBE-7E00F WARF.IIOl SE, CLAHKSYILLE, - - - TENN. Adyancrs made on Tobacco In Store. j i ..- -. - - " We have eecared the awrriee f Mr. T. J. Leonard, t lie well-known auctiouer, who will wll all of our Tobacco for ns. We have erected a shed in 'ew Provi dence, opposite the sloreof Mpww. Mclnn iel A Harliee, where we will receive tobacco nd drv It tour warehouse free of charge or those person who do not wish to haul t to Clarksvllle. Messrs. McDaniel Bar bee will receive, weigh and receipt for To bacco delivered at our shed in New Provi dence. Oct 1 "71 -tf. H. . ORINTKR, T. YOTTJO, of Todd Co.. Ky. of...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 12 April 1873

THE CHRONICLE K. W. THOMAS, Editor. TEMS t 3.0 IX ADTAXCE. CLARKSYILLE, : : APRIL 12, 1878. W)PEBAT10X, Whether for good or evil, is a pow erful agency for the accomplishment of the ends proposed. Its power for evil, is illustrated in the crushing tax ation to which the people are subject ed, the imperceptible diminution of the public debt and the damning cor ruption attendant upon love of money and place, when the restraint of moral and statute law are no longer felt by government and people. The admin istration, itself, is a co-operative swind ling machine and, by its creation of, and co-operation with the manufactur ing. Railroad Iron, Banking - and every other political" ring, keeps its pelf in power by the mutual action and re-action of those dangerous combi nations. The people, meanwhile, in sensible tothedapgers impending over their future political condition, and learning no wisdom from the wrongs already inflicted, quietly acquiese in he course of events, or activty partic ...

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 April 1873

THE CHRONICLE CLABKSYILLE, JLPSIL 12, 1SJS. J. S. XEBLKTT, ' J. A. GRAKT XEBLETT & URA5T, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. BATE OF ADVIBTI8I J0 : One Dollar per square of Ten line or leu. BITES OF ADYEBTISIXG. OrSQ,UAES. 1 KO S MO 3 HO 6 MO 13 xo 1 Hqn 2 Han JoOi 4 5o! 500' 8 00 15 00 6OO1 8 00 10 00 15 00 1 20 00 7 SO 10 00 1200 IS 00! 25 00 H Hqarea 4 Squares.... i i -olauin.. Col umn ('olamn I Column i 10 00 liioo louu aiw, isuvui ,15 00 100 20 00 30 00 j 45 00 j 'J5IW W 511W.)UW wra ,35 00 43 00 50 00 60 00 115 00 146 00.48 00 55 00 W (XII 150 00 Announcement of marriages and death free. tributes of respect and obituaries half price. LoriftVILXE AHDAHTIIJLE AStt 4JBEAT HOrTHEIlS BA1XBOAD. COIXO HOBTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leave at 12:23 A. . Train No. 4 arrives and leaves at 2:S5 P. w. OOlSOPOrTH. Train, No. 1 arrives and leaves at 5:00 f. x. Train No. S arrives and leaves at ffc-W A.x. 4TNos. 1 aud 2 are mail trains. By getting permit, person can taketbe freight train No. H, ...

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 April 1873

fc≤ if no cewppapcr he printed in eaid county, then in some newspaper printed inaa adjoining county, if there he one, if not then in the mast conve nient paper, that will publish the ad vertisement for the fee allowed by law; and if the publisher refuse, then the tax collector shall advertise the fame at some convenient and public place in or about the court-house of the county. Sec. C& lie it further enacted. That Raid advertisement shall be substan tially in the following form: . i?tata of Tennessee, C'ounty.SS. . By virtue of the power and author ity vested in me as tax collector of -county, I will on the first Monday f July next, it being the day of July, 18 , offer for gale the following dewribed tracts of land, town lots and jarts of town lots, the same having been assessed for taxes for the year 18 . which taxes are due and remain unpuiil, together with penalties and costs." -1 - Following this, shall be given by dis tricts the entire list of uncollected taxes, wit...

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. — 19 April 1873

it AIM C-BR V 5 J fc" i l:.,l , I - - VOL. 43. NO 23. "V" CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1873.. LjJ.jK WEEKEY ii ill xx i ii i i. ii. t i r j 1 (1 i 4 ! 1 1 r 3 I it W ft : in B YERS . keeps a complete itock of Drugs, Patent Med icinestPalnts, Motions, Blank Books and Stationery, and is prepared to sell low at retail or wholesale. , W. H. TURN LEV. W. J. ELY W. PMERI WETHER, Jr. TURNLEY, ELY & CO. AND- General Commission Merchants, F1BE-PE00F WAEEHOISK, CLARKSTILLE, - - - TENN. Advance made on Tobacco In Stove. We have secured the services of Mr. T. D Leonard, the well-known nuctioner, who will ell all of our Tobacco for ua. We have erected a shed In New Provi dence, opposite the utore of Messrs. McDan iel A Harbee, where we will receive tobacco nd dray It to our warehouse free of charge or those persons who do not wish to haul t to Clarksvllle. Messrs. MeDanlel A Bar liee will receive, weltfh and receipt to To bacco delivered at our shed in ew Provi dence. Oct 1 Tl -tf...

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. — 19 April 1873

y it 1 i 1 I ? t ! 4! i THE CHRONICLE B. TT. THOMAS. Editor. C - TEKXSi S.O XJT ADTAKCE. ( LARKSYILLE, :: JLPELL 13, 1875.1 LABOR AND CAPITAL. We sympathize fully with the efforts of labor to resist the tyranny of capi tal. Taking a just and comprehensive view of the subject, there should be no conflict between labor and capital ; nor would there be but for the grasping relfishness of capital which Reeks to enlarge itself by any means not actual ly criminal, without one thought of the benefits it might bestow upon the communities in which it is accumulated, Vv giving employment to labor, in works of practical and public utility. There is something rotten in the political in stitutions of any country where the men who create values the tillers of the soil and skilled mechanics of the workshops become the slaves of the capital they create, but which i garnered by those who "toil not, neither do they spin," in the la bor sense of the terms. Labor is be coming conscious of this anomalou...

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. — 19 April 1873

s. a THE CHRONICLE CULRKSYELLE, "APRIL 19, 187$. J. . XS.UL.KTT, 1. A. GRAXT 5EBLETT KR1XT, PCBLISIIER8 AKD 'YRO'PklETOItS. mkatu or aovxrtisxxo On DoUar per square of Tea lines or leas. SITES OF ADVERTISING. 12XO 1 Hquare 2 Rquarea t Hqaares -4 Squares i Colamn.. 't Column 4 Column 1 Column S501 5l t 001 AO 15 00 ' W 00 25 00 80 00 5 00 00 115 00 150 00 seal soo lft T SJ 10 00' 12 Si 15 GO 00 18 00 1000 12 00 15 00 20 00 00 80 00 00 50 CO 00 60 03 00 80 00 15 00 1H 00 20 25 00 30 00 So 186 00 4.1 00 50 140 00:48 00 55 Announcement of marriage and deaths free tribute of respect and obituaries half price. ; LOTIS TILLE IKDHAHHTILU! AJtD UBEAT SOrTHEIX BAILBOAD. goiss KORTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leave at 12:23 A. M. Train No. 4 arrive and leave at P. X. OOISO SOCTH. Train No. 1 arrive and leave t5:00 r.x. Train No. a arrive and leaves at 3: IS A. x. av-Nos. 1 and 2 are mall trains. By getting permit. persons cantakethe freight train No. 8. at 8:40 A. X..oiia cou nectatUotbrie with ...

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. — 19 April 1873

FARMERS' COLUMN. U Patrons of HusLandrj. f , ' It appears from' the report cf the Georgia Ajtricultural Convention that a secret order for the benefit of the far mers throughout the land was organ ized in Washington a few year ago, the principal object of which is to se cure the co-operation of agriculturists to sell their own products without the aid of middlemen, and .to buy such arr tides as are needed in the neighbor hood where Granges, as they are termed, are located. Another feature is that the social condition of the far mer is im Droved by the weekly or monthly meeting of these Granges at each tarroer s bouse in turn who De lontrs to the order. So far the operations of the Patrons of Husbandry have secured this much needed co-cperation of the farmer, and on this ground, on account of the good acconiphfched, we earnestly recommend it to the planters of the South. Some , may object on the ground of secrecy, but it is no argument against the or der, from the fact that merchants...

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. — 26 April 1873

WEEKLY CHRONICLE. n VOL. 43.--NO 24. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1873. A A 1 1 f WHOLE NO. 2,259. BYERS keep! a complete itock of Drugs, Patent Med- icines, Paints, Notions, Blank Books and Stationery, and is - : , ' ' ' ' ' " prepared to sell low at retail or wholesale. W. H. TCKSLE V. - - W. J. ELY V. HUMERI WETHER, Jr. TURNLET, ELY & CO. i AND General Commission Merchants, tew. FIRE-PROOF WAREIIOISK, CLARKSYILLE, - - - TENN. Advances made on Tobacco In Store. - We have secured the services of Mr. T. I. .Leonard, the well-known auctioner, who will sell all of our Tobacco for us. We have erected a shed in New Provi-len-e, opposite the store of Messrs. McDan iel Barbee, where we will receive tobacco nd dray It to our warehouse freeof chance or those persons who do not wish to haul t to Clarksville. Messrs. McDaniel A Bar bee will receive, weigh and receipt for To ttaoro delivered at our shed in Sew Provi dence. Oct 1 71 -tf. W. A. O.CARLKS. U. X. O.CABXK8. Quarles, D...

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. — 26 April 1873

the chkonicm: E, IT. TH031AS. Editor. - . TKBS t - I If ADYAKCE. CLARKSVILLE, : : APRIL 26, 1873. .- ACCOMPLISHED FACTS. The ingenious northern enemies of free government, to obtain passive aeqaiesentfe in their usurpations, and to pave the way for the final success of a centralized despotism, irith an air of benevolence and exalted patriotism. ureeuDon the few remaining friends of liberty, the wisdom of forgetinf the past and accepting, as final and proper, all that the past has developed in the interest of corrupt and lawless tyran ny. And, strange as it may seem, this counterfeit northern, or rather, Radi cal patriotism ishailed by some would- be southern patriots, as the very em bodimentof political wisdom and their answering cry is away with effete in stitutions and old fogy ideas, and up with the standard of progress ! Un fortnrnely for their character for wis dom and statesmanship, the advenru- tix in the chances and changes of an untried future, fail to indicate what antiqua...

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. — 26 April 1873

CTHH CHRONICLE i CLABKSTILLE, APEIL 20, 187S. . 8. EBLETT, r. . ., J. A. GRAST. ; SEBI.ETT & JGRAST, FTBLIBHIRS AND PROPRIETORS. tTt f bate op "ADVKstisiso c fY vne Dollar per sqttart of Tea line or less. BITES OF ADVERTISING. (O. BQCAK. I latoj JMO 8 MO UnojlJ MO . IKec 3 SOt 4 50 6 00i 800 7 WIOOO 1000 12 00 1500 IS 00 25 00 30 00 So 00 4S 00 40 00 48 00 SCO 10 00 1200 1500 t 00 15 00; 18 00 20 00 30 00 50 00 15 00 & Hamr 20 CO 25 00 S Kquares SO 00 4 Colnma.. k Colama 4 Column 1 Column 20 00 Si 00 SO 00 55 00 45 00 tW 00 115 00 150 00 m oo j 80 001 Announcement of marriages and deaths free tribute of respect and obituaries half price. LeriSTItXE ANDWAMIYIIXE AND 6KEAT SOrrUEKX BAILKOAD. " OOf KG HORTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leave at 12:23 A. M. Train No. t arrive and leavea at 235 P. M. " ooixg socth. ' " " , Train So. 1 arrlvea and leavea at 5:0 r. M. Train No. 3 arrived and leave at 3:48 a.m. mrSo. 1 and 2 are mall train. By getting permit, persons cantaketne freight ...

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. — 26 April 1873

FARMERS COLUMN.' Best Way of Applying JLumre. TVe need not appoliglze for recurring bo frequently to the subject of nii inures. Our salvation in a farming t point f yiew, testa in the manure tank or, at any rate, our success or failure depends to a very large extent upon the application of fertilizers of some kind to our field. Unfortu nately for oar State, as well as the in dividual farmers, it has been too much neglect heretofore, and to this neglect may be attributed the present depress ed condition of augriculture throughout the coast of Virginia and the entire South.. We have so often urged the importance of making all the manure possible, and protecting, it from the weather until such time as it can be applied to the land, that we will say nothing more of that at the present, but pass directly to the method of ap nlvine it to the land. Our own prac tice, which experience has approved, hsa keen to haul directly from the barn to the field and Bcatter direct from the carts. -This...

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. — 3 May 1873

V ? - 5 : VOL. 43. NO 25. - CLVRKS.VLLE, TEN., SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1873. Whole no. 2,250. 'W'EEKJjY C.g. ' .- - - OB eoixiole IMF A WA Vj " ii r l! ill BYERS keeps a complete "r f. . ' . ' '; ' stock of Drugs, Patent Med icines Paints, Notions, Blank Books and Stationery, and is prepared to ell low at retail or wholesale. . W. H. TURN LEV. AV. J. ELY W. D..MERI WETHER, Jr. TUENLEY, ELY & CO. AND Qeneral Commission Merchants, FIRK-PROOF WAREHOUSE, CLARKSYILLE, - - - TENX. Advances made on Tobacco in Store. We have secured the service of Mr. T. I Leonard, the well-known auctioner, who will sell all of our Tobacco for . We have erected a shed In New Provi dence, opposite t he alore of Messrs. McDan lel A Barbee, where we will receive tobacco n.l dray it to our warehouse freeof charge or those persons who do not wish to haul t to Clarksville. Messrs. McDanlel & Bar In e will receive, weigh and receipt for; To lacco delivered at our shed in ew FroM denee. Oct 1 Tl -tf. W. A. ul-ARLK...

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. — 3 May 1873

THE CHRONICLE B. W. THOMAS, Editor. TEBXSt $2.99 IS ADYAJfCKU CLARKSYILLE, t : : JUT 8, 1873. THE rCJfDISG BILL. The advocates and opponents of tie funding bill, are throwing an occas ional shell into each other's camp, but there are many indications that the parties militant don't exactly know what the fight is about If the state ments of the one are correct, the bill is an abomination ; if those of the other be accepted, it is a triumph of statesmanship; but who shall decide? The financial ability to comprehend the merits of the vexed question is, we opine, vouchsafed to very few, and the only point we can clearly see is, that with, or without, the bill Tennes see has a debt to pay that will tax to the utmost the ingenuity of her best financiers and the industry of her tax payers. To succeed in meeting the heavy obligations, there must be unity of purpose and a determination, on the part of the people, to confide the important task of sustaining the honor and credit of the State, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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