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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 21 March 1874

mKm I .ft VOL. 45.r-KO 18. .. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY; MARCH 21 , 1874. WHOLE KO; 2,305. i I G mm CLE. 4 1 1 5 ! ; BYERS keeps a complete - - r 7 J tock of Drugs, Patent Med- icines, Paints, Notions, Blank , ; i v Books and Stationery, and is t prepared to sell low at retail or wholesale. W. II. TUBXLEY. W. J. ELT W. DMERIWETHEB, Jr. TURNLEY, ELY & CO. -AlfD- v. Qeneral Commission Merchants, FIKE-fBOOr WlBZHOrSK, CLARKSYILLE, - - TEM. Advances made on Tobatre In Store. We nave eecnred the services of Col.W. F. Young, the well-known aactioner, who will Hell ail of our Tobacco for us. We have erected a slietf in New Provi dence, opposite the store of Memrs. Mclan lel A Barbee, where we will receive tobacco and dray it to our waivlionxe free of charge fur those pei-nons who do not wish to haul It to Clarkuville. Messrs. McDaniel & Bar bee will receive, weigh and receipt for To bacco delivered at our Hhed in New Provi dence. octni-tf. Captain Jack Captured! Owing to the Bre...

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 March 1874

THE CHRONICX.E S. W. THOMAS, Editor. " TEKSS tt-3.00 IS AATAXCE. - CLICKS VILli, t t XCIL 21, 1871. THE TEMPERANCE MOTEHEXT. ' ' The movement in behalf of temper ance, apart from the local benefits it may confer upon the community, may be accepted as proof of a moral revo lution, spontaneously manifesting it- . fcclf, far and near, and having for its origin, a universal conviction that something must be done to cure the evil of intemperance, or besotted ig norance and moral degradation must become our characteristic as a people. Intemperance is the monster evil of the age greater even than the disgust - ing and leprous faction at Washington because drunkenness has much to do in the creation of the unparralleled cor ruption which pervades every depart- . nient of the government. The purest are often its victims lured into the vor tex by the syren song of Focial pleasure, whilst those prone to vice, are brutal ized at once, and prepared for the com mission of any crime. The convicts o...

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 March 1874

V THE CHRONICLE CL1EKSTILLE, MARCH 21,1874. J. . XKBLSTT. J. A. CffltAJTT XEBLETT & GRIST, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. i'a Kirn or XDVIRTISISO ' One Dollar per square of Ten lines or lea. RATES OF ADVERTISING. SmoUxo no. aaYAXKS. Imo 2 MO 12 MO Bquare 2 Hvuare 3 t4quarea 4 Hquaree, Column.- Co!umn Column... i JCeltunn.. 150 4 50 6001 9 00 IS 00 J 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 US 08 150 00 800 10 W 1 1300 7 50! 10 00 12 00 18 00 1000:12 O0U5OO2O 00 IS 00 ; 18 00 '20 00 30 00 25 00 JO 00 5 00 50 00 S5 00148 00 5O00l60e) 4 00 1 48 00 '66 00 1 80 00 1 Announcement of marriage and death free tribute of respect and obituaries half price. I.OIIMYILLE AND If ASITYIIXE A tiKEAT lOrTHEKX RAILROAD. r fr " ' " GOIKS IfOBTH. Train No. J arrives and leaves at 12:80 A. M. Train No. 4 arrives and leaves at 2:30 T. u. OOISQ SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrives and leaves at 6:48 r.n. Train No. 1 arrives and leaves at 4:28 a.bt VNoc 1 and 2 are mall trains. DR. Ml'SSEI'S SEC0XD LECTURE 1SD SEBM0X. On Saturday...

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 March 1874

A TVOR FOB THE GRANGES. Now that the farmers are thoroughly organized throughout the State, it would be well for them calmly to look , at the actuation and provide a remedy C therefor. . . . . . ' ; We see but one way of overcoming the many obstacles that impede the prosperity of the farmers in the South, and that is to recognize facts as they are. That we hare a rich soil and ge nial climate is admitted by all. That we hare facilities for the transporta tion ot produce no one can deny. That we can diversify our production to an almost unlimited extent is a conceded fact. Then why are not the farmers of Tennessee, and the South, as prosper ous as they are any where ? II ow does it happen that while the farmers of the North are extinguishing mortgages on their lands, those in the South are loading their plantations with addi tional burthens The evil that afflict our people arc, to a great extent, be yond the reach of legislative bodies. In so far as the uneoual distribution of the cu...

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. — 28 March 1874

Ml clakksville; tenn., Saturday, march 2s, i874l; WHOLE KO. 2,30().r V 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. TCRSLEV. W. J. f.LV J W. D..M EM W ETH ER, Jr. . TURNLEY, ELY & CO. -AND General Commission Merchants, FIRE-PKOOP WAKF.nOI SE, f LARKSTILLE, - - TENN. Advance made oa Tobacco In Store. W bav accored the itervloeaof CoLW. F. Young, the well-known auct loner, who will Null all of our Tohat-oo for us. We have erorted a hea In Ker Provt lno, opposite the more of Messm. Mr Dan iel A Barbec, where we will receive loboeoo Mtil dray it to our warehouse freeof charge f ..-r thow pernonii who do not wlh to haul il to Clarfcuville. Messrs. McDaniel & Bar bee will receive, weigh and receipt for To bacco delivered at our shed in New J'royl. Oence. , . . oct 1 "71 -tf.. - . ., . ' Captain Jack Captured! Owing to the Breaking of a Worth less Bridle. If he had pu...

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. — 28 March 1874

THE CHRONICLE E. If. THOMAS. Editor. TEBSStHO IX ADTASCK ,,, .. " i-r-tf -TP. ( UAILtiTILLE. : , 1 JTCH. 28, 1S74- SIGXS OF THE TIMES. ;.;! I. I HV.'X I . fit:'" ; I. All that we can father, from reading and conversation, tends to confirm the discouraging belief, that the disorgan ized condition of the conservative op position, two years ago, is unchanged for the better. The difference in the two periods, seems to consist in the fact that, prior to the last election, there were primary elections and the canvass opened with a prospect of harmony and success; but the dis organizes began their work, and it soon became apparent that thousands who had Toted for one man, primarily, would discard their solemn pledge and vote for another. This wide spread want of good failhr; on the part . of so many who had pledged their vote to the candidate, they had helped to se lect, gave the victory to the Eadicals and the shame and dishonor to them selves. Now, however, the disorgan izes are leading ...

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. — 28 March 1874

i THE CHRONICLE CLARKSYILLE, MARCH 28, 1874. I. . XIBLETT. - J. AkANT SEBLETT k GRAM, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. aatis or ADvrmiTBisa : Oat Dollar Mr uain of Tan iLDMor less. - BATES OF r ADYEBTISLNG. - SO. SQ,rAKB. lMO 2 n0 tvo!cxoilxo j I Square 2 Mqnaree 3 Square.. 4 Squares.. H (Solamn X 5i 4 50 too too 6 00 8 00 1000115 00 7 50 lOOOjaOO 18 (H v 1 4 sUi ' 1 r. StA All tfUl 15 00 "20 00 85 00 1500 i8o 2oU!$o 00! 45 00 ! aDcieiit garments would ta the inge 2Src2i&222i i12 21luiUr 'Of-even enkin. .'of modern mi ftA S Oolnma Column l4oool48o-66ooJeeo! iiooa I Announcement of marriages and deaths free tributes or respect and obituaries naif price. LOniTILLE AIBXABnVILLE A WO BEAT SOrrHEstS RAILROAD. ' ''."'. noma korth. Train No. I arrtYes and leave at 12:30 A. M. Train No. 4 arrives and rfSYe at 1:50 r.M. , . QOIXG SOUTH. Train No 4 arrives and leaves at 5:-S8p. n. Train No. S arrives and leaves at 4:28 A. at rN'bti 1 and 2 are mail train. ' Rev. J, M. Wright will preach at the...

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. — 28 March 1874

THE ZEP1ITB AKD SCSKER ROSE. it , BY PKAKL BTVKICft. Were von gentle Zephyr And I a Summer I tone, I would woo you lo my bower You should kiss no other flower. And when wearied you should rest. By my fragrant breath earesMed, . , - Hidden deep within iuy breast, , ' Were you a 2phyr, darling, - r. Aud I a Mummer Kose. Were you the Wind of Autumn, And 1, your love, a Leaf, - Krom the home-tree I would Sever, And float with you forever Down the autumn'a golden tide, I would never, never chide, .. ' For yojr maddest freak would be ' Kn miner aephjrrs soft to me: Were you the Wind of Autumn, And I, your love, a Leai'. If I were Qne;n of Bummer, And you were winter's King, I'd gather into posies All my violet and rosea, - All blossoms Iresh and sweet. And lay them at your feet: If I were Queen of Hummer, i And you were winter's King. If I wereTwilight's Lady, And you were Lord of liay, A'e would walk the dewy meadow, And mingle light and shadow ; You wonld smooth my dusky hair, - 1 wonld...

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 April 1874

4" dill M 'J 1 .tf am id. VOL. 45. NO ?0. CLARKSVILLE, TENN.J SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1874. WHOLE XO. 2,307." r-v rrir tt MOLE ii i 1 BYER3 keeps a complete stock of Drugs, Patent Med- , i ..,1 ! K icines, Paints, Notions, Blank Books and Stationery, and is A liAfl 4- CtaII l O 4" .tf)ll or wholesale. W. H. TCKNLEY. , . . W. J. ELT W. D.4MERIWETHER, Jr. TURNLEY, ELY & CO. ANIV- General Commission Merchants, FIKE-PROOF WARKDOrSE, CLARKSTILLE, - - TEXX. Advances made on Tobacco la Store. We have ecured the services of Col.W. F. Young, the well-known auct loner, who will sell all of our Tobacco for an. We have erected a shed In New Provl denee, opposite the storeof Mmn. McDan lei A Barttee, where we will receive tobacco and dray It to our wareLouHe free of charge fur thoiie persons who do not wish to haul it to Clarksville. Messrs. McDaniel A Bar bee will receive, weigh and receipt forTo laeoo delivered at uur abed in New I'rovi deace. -. . S.. tct 1 71 -tf. Captain Jack Captured ! Owin...

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 April 1874

THE CHRONICLE C IT. THOMAS. Editor. TERXft iff. 1ST AOT1KCE, CLARKSYILLE, t t APRIL 4, 1874. FASHIOS ANDKEI ORM. Tbe spirit of to-day, teems to be manifesting itself in criticisms upon the social and domestic evils, which mar the harmony, and undermine the happiness of a people, claiming to be civilized and professing to be Christianized. And since the women of the North, fcre leading the crusade against iuteni )ra&ce, but in a manner not accepta ble to those ot the South, we would suggest to the latter, that there is a do mestic and social evil second only to intemperance, in the evils it inflicts upon the South which they alone can reform, without doing violence to their refinement and womanly purity. That evil is an unchristian worship of the idol Fashion. The tribute paid to it, in dollars and cents, would suffice to educate the children of the South, and the pecuniary embarassmeuts, which -iollow its indulgence, are a prolific source of drunkenness and poverty, ignorance an...

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 April 1874

1 1 v V i THE CHRONICLE CLaRKSYILLE, 1FEIL 4, 1874. J. a. KEBLBTT. ' J. A." OBA9T 5EBLETT (JR1XT, :; JUBLI8H1R8 AXD PBOPR1XTQES. fc BATBS OF ADVMTI8ISO : On Dollar per square f Im Uui or less. BITES OP ADYEBT1SIX6.;' KO. 1CABB. I latO IMO t KO KO 12 HO 8quare 1 Squares. S Hquarea 4 Square.. Column ISO UM! oo too 600 800 10001500 7 SO 10 04 12 04) : 18 04 . 15 W4 ZU UU : 25 00 ; 100 12O0!150O'500 . . . I i o Ait ! rtA fWk OA AA SO 00 45 00 eooo IIS 00 ISO 80 , ' 19 W 19 TV U WjOW WV ,1 26 00 90 0 . 00 ' 50 00 36 00 48 00 5000 600 l8 06:8 00J5688i80 00 1 Celuma Announcement or marriages ana aeatus , free-tributes of respect and obltuarlea j hilfniiM. I LOrUTIIXE AIDSiSHTIXlEASD (IBEAT lOrTHEM BA.U.BOAD. w - ' ... A-i jt r-i '.. . . GOI5Q FORTH. Train No. arrives and leave at 12:80 A. M. Train So. 4 arrives and leaves at T.w r. a. , i .'ooisa aorTH. "Z ' Train Vo. 1 arrives and leave at fci l. M.4 Train No. I arrive and leave at 4:28 A. M )-. 1 and i are mall trains, s Dr. II. M. Acres...

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. — 4 April 1874

JESSIES GOODNIGHT SOSG. : " : . y. i , . i t .v Papa dear, papa dear, Listen to j our Bertie's song; She has laughed, she has played. All the bright day long. Now she's going to her rest, Thinking still never fear Of her papa dear. " Winds blow loud.anow-fiakesfa!!, liarfcnes gathers over all ; , Knund warm lc her nest, Bertie goes to her re?. I tollies all are sound asleep, " " Little "Chip" will vigils keep. Tired at last, eyelids fall, Silence over all. Jesus kind." Jesus mild. Bless a little loving child ! Keep them safe, free from 111, . . . . . Wltom shetoves so weH I ' - - " Till the morning eometh bright, Keep them safely through the night! Kletwings blight, blessings best. On the dear home nest ! T tjIlTS LITTLE GIRL, f ; s -- i - - -. i ' Come oat here, George Barks. Put that glass down can't wait a ruinate. Buaine89 particular concerns the company.- ' Now I've cot you by the arm.. boy. I want to tell you something. Then if you want to go back into that saloon, you may. I ...

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 April 1874

-v r r . -v r " sr. ' T i .-It VOL. 45.--NO . CLARKSVILLE, TENN.; SATURDAY, APRIL 11; 1874. WHOLE NO. 2,303. 2'w ! irffi K.M Mil i &, MNM 7 ; fl H fl D fl : . : "X. 1.1 - ' - AA Wi r f W A AJ .U J ' ' w II U T.-. J IJ. M y IS II II til 1 II M VI II v ii S rJ9 I . s-i t 1 . e 5 1 J5 YERS keeps a complete stock of Drugs, Patent Med icineSjPaints, Notions, Blank Books and Stationery, and is prepared to sell low at retail T - iiV' or wholesale. W. H. TURN LEV. , W. J. ELY W. DMERIWETHER, Jr. TURNLEY, ELY & CO. TOBACCO; -ASD- General Commission Merchants, riBI-PKOOT WlBIHOrSK, CLARKSTILLE, - - - TENN. Advances made on Tobacco In Store. W have secured the service of Col. W. F. Young, the well-known anctioner, 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 A Baroee, where we will receive tobacco and dray it to our warehonxe free of charge for those persons who do not wish to haul it to Clarksville. Messrs....

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 April 1874

THE CHRONICLE r R. TV. THOXAS. Edltjr. TEESS i . IX ADVANCE. CLARKSTItLE, : : APKILll, 1874. THE APFROACHIXG CAKTASS. The Radical organs are speaking, apparently, with the utmost confidence, of a victory in November, over the foolishly discordant elements which make up the opposition. - They cer tainly know onr weakness, but overrate their own strength, in supposing that they can gain a victory. The opposi tion may commit tucide, when, in the regular order of business, Radicalism will come in as administrator, de lonit non, of the deceased Conservative Democatie party, and thus, without winning the fight, it will enjoy all the fruits of victory. It is far from being pleasant to contemplate such an issue of the conflict once. o gallantly and patriotically waged, by the friends of free government against the minions of a centralized despotism, and the only consolation, under such a disaster, will le the consciousness that a party inca pable of governing itself, is unfit to be trusted ...

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. — 11 April 1874

rPTT P ",ITTTr"V"1kTT-tT n " u . CLARKSTILLE, APRIL 11, 187. . . JUBLKTT, . A. ORAKT JTEBLETT & GEAXT, rUBLI8HX&8 AND XOOriUXTORS. 3ta.TW OV ADVKBTI8I3CO : Ona poll pat equal of Tenlineaorleea. BATES OF ADVERTISING. lxosvtMOjifo 12 vo i i i ! ' if .' " ' 3 50 4 50 5001 00 IS 00 Hquare. J 8qnaree 4 Square k Column., . 4 Oolnmn 1 Column 6 00 8 00M0001500 7 eolieootitoeisoo 20 00 85 00 1000 12 00 1500 30 00 15 SO' 18 00 20 00 80 00 25 oo.io oojsseo AO 00 S.100'43 00' 50 00 80 00 400018 00 65 00. SO 00 80 00 45 W 80 00 115 00 150 00 Announcement of marriage and death, free tribute of respect and .obituaries half price, ji'jf'.i ; v. ' - LOriSTIIXr i'D ST AHTILXE AIB eitEAT sorrHERS baILboad. " . J - : -j , ; ' ; I OOISO KOBTH. Train Ko, 2 arrive and leavea at 12:30 A. X. Train No. 4 arrives and leavea at 8:50 r. it. eotico SOCTH. Train J a. 1 arrive and leave at S:8 v. Train Ne. 3 amvea and leavea at 4:28 a. k arXo. 1 and 2 are mall train. Tub farmers of this county are pre pari...

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 April 1874

' : MIS KISSED THE PEA.D.; iED THE DEAD, j - ij - t. s . i.l ii i BY HOXEB CKEEXl Mie kissed the dead. Her warm, red lip Were pressed agaimd hi marble brow. For if he'a bat asleep," she said. "And in not numbered Wit-h tfte dead, He"l rise and kiw me now." Khe kissed the dead. Her warm, red lipa Were pressed against bis busies cheek. For be will kuow," she aonly said, "My kiss, and-U hete nolaeau, . He'll turn to uie and speak." . 8 he kissed the dead. Her warm, red lips Were p rowed against his lips ot ice. , . Heaiwiwer not," she weepingsatd, 1 know my darling must be dead, For J have kissed him thrice. t B1LD MOCXTAIX. Facts, Figure and Speculations About the Serth Caroliua Eaniblings. , t ..,; - - ' - f ; The latest new from Bald Mountain comes via Salisbury, March 2Sth. The difpatch says that another concussion, a dead, tumbling ound, accompanied by severe- trembling and quaking of the earth, occurred on Monday -even-in?. March 23. The ' inhabitants, whose fears had fome what s...

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 April 1874

J im iiinnin-w ,-trswu mimhi ii n " -nroT' T n i ii I "I -r - - . - . . - r r , , -, , , , . , , .-.r.T.T. mi ti imin nnr i- n iiirn irrrr n-rr-irm m -r- -i--n '-- ;-n';CIiiifR. iJi'0Iii J j-ill nY0L; 45. NO 22.T-Tr, "V Si : CLARKS VILLE, TENN.,: SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1874. -.; WHOLE NO. 2,309. I 1 I a BYERS keeps a complete' j itock of Drugs, Patent Ikied- icines, Paints, Notions, Blank Books and Stationery, and is prepared to sell low at retail or wholesale. W. H. TIT KN LEV. W. J. ELY W. D..MERIWETHER, Jr. TURNLEY, ELY & 00. AND General Commission Merchants, FIBK-FBOOr WAREDOTSE, CLARKSYILLE, - - - TEXX. Advance made on Tobacco In Store. We have secured the services of Col. W. F. Young, the well-known auctloner. Who will well all of our Tobacco for us. We have erected a shed in New Provi dence, opposite the store of Messrs. Mcltau lel Bar ore, where we will receive tottacco and dray it to oar warehoBse free of charts for those persons who do not wish to haul It to Clarksville. ...

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 April 1874

THE CHRONICLE R, W. TH0311S. Editor. TEKXS . I ADTAJfCE. CLARKSYILLE, t APRIL 18, J87fc SHOW US THEIR FRUITS. . " By their fruits, ye 6hall know them," is a Divine axiom confirmed by the acceptation and experience of many centuries, and we have been green enough to believe that, though in' its origin it had reference to subjects the ological, it has the same fitness of ap plication to human conduct, whether in religious, ethical or political mat ters. - The Shelbyville Commercial," however, gravely questions our right to apply that universal text to the works of Andrew Johnson, and those who sneeze when he takes snuff. Be it rtmembered that we have never in tended to charge that Johnson and his followers are professed Radicals on the contrary, many of them would spurn the imputation as a libel upon their political creed, yet we believe ' that the most prominent among them knew, when Johnson announced him self, as an independent candidate, that Maynard would be elected.'' Johnson kne...

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 April 1874

THE CHRONICLE CLARES YILLE, APRIL 18, 1874. t. I. XKBLBTT. .-;. . f. A. QBAST KLT5LETT A GB15T. PPBLIS3la AKD FBOPRIITORS. KATXa OF ADVXBTISI2VO : On Dollar per square of Tea lint or le fclTES Or'ABTEBTISIKC 0. BaVAmBB. 10 Je SsTO 1X0 12 MO Rquare i. J Squares.- 3 Ho.uarea. 4 fio,aares Wnmn,., Colann,,., 1 Column.. 150 500 1000 1290 1600 900 IS 00 30 00 35 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 150 00 600 T SO 16 00 u oe 20 00 SO 00 500 1000 IX 15 00 18 2fif0 0 00 3500) 00 1 60 00 ! isocus 80 00 40 00i8 UU '00 uu 80 00 Announcement of marriage and deaths free tribute of respect and obltuariea bairprtoe.; r ! I H f. t. 'A- t U ': LOriSTIIXX WDHMHUBAH VBEAT tOCTHEU KAILKOAD. :a 1 L '..-; 1.'. . goiko woarn. Train No. 3 arrives and leaves at 12:80 A. t. Train No. 4 arrives and leaves at 2:50 P. au. OOIMO SOUTH. Train' No 1 1 arrrvee "and leaves at 5:48 p. . Train No. S arrives and leaves at 4:28 a. if WKoa. 1 and 3 ar mall trains. . Wi publish several ordinances of interest in this issue. Don't f...

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. — 18 April 1874

ALICE CiBVP STTEETEST P0E3IV or alt the beautiful picture That hang on Memory's wall Is one of a dim old forest Tbataeemeth best of all, ' JJot for its gnarled oaks olden, , Dark with the mistletoe; Not for the violet golden ' That sprinkle the vale below; Not for the milk-white llllies That leau from Hie fragrant hedge. Coquetting all day with Uie sunbeams, And stealing tueirgolden edge ; Not for the vines on tbe upland Where the bright beniex reat. Nor the plaks, uor the pale, sweet-cowlips, It see inch to uie the bent, . -: ' . j J once had a little brother. With eyea that were dark and deep . p In tbe lap of the old foren - - He llelli In peace, asleep ; Light as the down of the thistle. Free an the wind that blow. We roved there the beautiful summers. The summers of long ago; Itut histeet on the hill grew weary, . - -r And one of the autumn eve I made for my little brother ' ' ; - A bed of yellow leaves. Sweetly his pale arms folded My neck in a meek embrace, A the light of imm...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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