ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 981 items from Clarksville Weekly Chronicle, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
981 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 25 April 1874

R.0.XT10LE.': CLARKSVILLE, TENN.', SATURDAY, APRIL 25 , 1874. WHOLE NO. 2,310. VOL. 45. KO 23. A ! V V i tSrw JSXm always has a complete stock of Drugs, , , Chemicals, Patent Medicines, r . . Paints, Oil and Glass, Toilet Articles, Blank Books, Stationery, for sale low, wholesale or re tail. H. TCRNLEr. W. J, W. D..MERI WETHER, Jr. ELY TURNLEY, ELY & CO. AMD- General Commission Merchants, riBi-PKOor wisKuocsc, CLIRKSTILLE- - - TENN. Advances made on Tobacco la Store. W bare secured the service of Col. W. F Young, the well-known aoctloner, Whowlll sell all of oar Tobacco for ns. We have erected a aned in New Provi dence, opposite the store of Messrs. McDan lel 4 Barfoee, where we will receive tobacco and dray It to our warehouse free of charge for those persons who do not wish to haul It to Clarksvllle. Messrs. McDaniel 4 Bar bee will receive, weigh and receipt for To bacco delivered at our shed in ew Provi dence. Oct 1 "71 -tf. Captain Jack Captured! Owing to the EreaHng cf a Wo...

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. — 25 April 1874

'VVf VC. r,TTT?r4lVTr'T.Tr:!thc people ffor 'self-government..-it i f j R. IT. THOMAS. Editor. TE1XS t f . IS ADVANCE. CLAUkM ILLE, x x iriUL 21874. THE CHiTTASOOUl COMMERCIAL does as honor overmuch, in supposing that we acpire to represent the Bour bon element in Tennessee. It has been repeatedly stated in these columns, that the Chronicle beloogs to no party and pretends to the leadership of none. Its leading aim is to purge the govern ment of crruption by removing from power, the party which has made thieving a specialty, and usurped un constitutional power as a means to that end. In pursuance of this lead ing idea, we stand ready to co-operate with any political organization Dem ocratic or Conservative that has the the will, and a show of strength, to re duce it to practice. . We even support ed Greeley, believing that any change would be an improvement in the ad ministration of federal affairs, and we would straiu a point and vote for An !y Johnson, if electing him to office wo...

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. — 25 April 1874

THEJ CHRONICLE CL1EKST1IXE, APEIL 25, 187. J. . MILm,,. v. J. A. UIf ' EBLETt ft EMT, ? ) : PGftUSHKBJI AKD PROPRIETORS. Or Dollar per square or Ten lines r )wa- RITES OF ADVERTISING. lMO 2 HO 1MO f MO 1 12 KO tt . .. i. Hqnare.. 2 Mquarea 'J SqutrM., a 2 50 40 SOUj a 04 7 SO! 1000 )00'1200 2S 00 '30 00 I too oo 15 00 20 00 25 00 80 ( 00 so oo 11500 150 00 1UOU IS w 1200 18 00 i600 20 001 29 )' 00 seo&e 90 Column 1 Colo ma 7 vviyinK S5 OOiMOO 16000 60 80 4000i48 00 55 00:80 00 Announcement of marriage and deaths free tribute of respect and 'obituaries half price. UREAT sOrTHOS KAILBAD. . OOIHQ KOKTH. .- , ., Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 12:30 A. n. Train No. 4 arrives and leaves at 2:30 P. K. r r-5 ! -ooiM octb. ; ; , : i Train No. 1 arrives and leaves at 5:48 r. x. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at, 4:28 A. M arson. I and 2 are mall trains. I?E pure and vote for pchooln to-daj. CKOQriT Sets at LigoiT & ElyV, at The Tennessee Press Association meets in Brownsuille, J un...

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 April 1874

, .I'A'j-UUn la 1701 by Snthven JenkynsJ TEOVGIITrXOST TO SIGHT, (TO ' JtETEY DEAR. Sweetheart, good-bye ! in flattering mil I spread to watt ue tar from tt.ee ; And soon before the favoring Kale My ahip shall bound upon theses. Ferchance, ail desolate &ud forlorn, Theseeyes shall rain thee many a year; But unforsoU-n every charm Though lost u tight, toiuem'ry dear. t Sweetheart, good-bye t one last embrace ; O cruel tale, true wait to sever! Yet in the heart' mo4 sacred place Thou, ihou alone ahall dwell lore ver ; And mill shall recollertion trace To t'ancysntirror.evernear. Each smile, each tear from that face, Though lost to sight, to mem'ry dear. . f t? ' , i STTLES OF DKUXX. A Bacy Description of the Different Kinds of Drunkenness . . . T ? i -t " s , -i c t $ There are different styles of drunk enness now in vogue, and these differ ent types generally bring out tue pe culiar characteristics ot the man. lbe most foolish thing a man can do to ret drank, and make an exhibit ...

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. — 9 May 1874

w t r T SEE R0N1C H VOL; 45.--NO 25.- CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1874. WHOLE NO. 2,312. WI LY i G. Itf. BYERS always has a complete stock of Drugs, Chemicals, f - Tatenl, Medicines,"- f. . - Taints, Oil and Glass, Toilet lrticlev-.:2 ' 31ank Books, , i Vi - iv- - - ' - Stationery, for sale low, wholesale or re tail. .: v. W. II. TURNLF.f. W. J. ELY W. D..MERI WETHER. Jr. TURNLEY, ELY & CO. AND General Commission Merchants, FIBE-PKOOF WAEEOOISE, CLAItKSVILLE, - - - TENN. Advances made on Tobacco in Store. We have secured the services of Col.W. F Young, the well-known auct loner. Who will sell all of our Tobacco for us. We have erected a iihed In New Provi dence, opposite the storeof Messrs. Mcl)an lel A Barbee, where we will receive tobacco iud drav it to our warehouse free of charge - for those persona who do not wish to haul it to Clarksville. Messrs. McDaniel A Bar liee will receive, weigh and receipt for To bacco delivered at our shed in New r"rovl- donee. ct 1 "71 ...

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. — 9 May 1874

THE CHRONICLE R. W. THOMAS. Editor.; TEEMS ; 3.00 ISf ADVAKC'E. CLA.RKSTILLE, MAY 9, 1S74. It seems to be the growing impres sion in the West and portions of the South, that the object of those whoad vocate a contraction of the currency is not an early return to a specie basis, but, by contraction, to mate green backs as dear as gold. In other words, that it is a declaration of war by capi tal against labor. Believing this to be the spirit which animates monopolies atid millionaries, labor will accept the challenge and narrow the contest to a sectional issue between New England on the one side, and the South and "West on the other. The two latter have, at last learned their power when united and New England sees the hand writing on the wall. The true merits of the question will cut no figure in 1 the matter and the struggle will be, on the part of concentrated capital, to keep labor poor and weak and on the part of the latter, to transfer the power of the East to the West and South ...

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. — 9 May 1874

THE CHRONICLE CLARKSY1LLE, MIT 9, 187. . S. SCHCBTT. J. A a RANT " XUILETT & GBAXT, PUBLISHERS AND PKOPR1ETORS. KATXS OF ADVKB7TSIKG : One Dollar per square of Ten line or leas. RATES OF ADTEETISIXG. HO. 8WTAKKS. lKO 2xo SMO lKO Km Square S Kiaare . 4 Squares ., . i 50 too 4 50 ao 500 9 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 30 60 450 80 00 115 00 150 00 10 0O 15 00 T fiOliOO 1200 U8 00 1000; 12 00i 1500 90 00 Column Column Column I Column 15 00 '.8 0012000 SO 00 2500,30 00' J5 00 1. SO 00 35 00143 00,600010 00 40 00! 48 00 55 00 1 80 00 Announcement of marriage and death free tribute of respect and obituaries hair price. .OClftVILLE AJIBHASHVIMF.ASD CiRF.ATftOrTHF.RX RAIXROAD." flOlNO NORTH. Train No. 1 arrive and leaves at 12:30 a. m. Train No. 4 arrive and leave at 2:50 P. Jf. OOIXO SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrive and leave at 5:48 p. M. Train. No. arrive and leave at 4:28 A.tt r.Voi. 1 and 2 are mail train. Hem ember that the Art Levee, at tbe Female.Aeadeniy, takes placeon the 2th inst. Trains on ...

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. — 9 May 1874

"7 "JOHTS TTTFET: A young wife stood with bar Jiead on the broom, . , . And looking around the room ; Nothing but toil forever,' shesald, From early morn till the tight lias fled, If you only were a merchant now, We need not live by the sweat of oar brow," Peeel ng away, spoke shoemaker John " We ne'er see well what we're standing ( on." Aladystood by ber husband's chair, ' And quietly passed Iter hand over his hair Too never have time for me now," she said, And a teardrop fell on the low bent head "If we were only rich, my dear, ; With nothing to do from year to year. But amase each other oh. dear rue ! "What a happjrwoman I should be." . Looking op iroin his ledger, epoke rner- chant John, " We ne'er see well what we're standing on." A stately form in velvet dressed A diamond zleamlnK on her breast. j. Nothing but toil fur fashion." she said, , - jiui Niweuioa wuui mat i wereaeaa. Or Ions to cast this wealth aside. 1 And be once more the poor man's bride." From his easy chair spok...

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. — 16 May 1874

e-EARSflLLE t-l ' Uf L-l . H l. ,i jri,.. !rll . II, ...II- ll V II f( II . IL V0L.M5.--N0 26. u - 1 ..-ft ',- " -v " CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, MA YV 16, 1874. Ck'-kKHOLEKO. 2,313. , :.. i 1 1 V I G. TJ. BYBRS . always has a' complete s Drugs, Chemicals, f Patent Medicines, . Paints, Oil and Glass, .-Toilet- Articles, " Blank Books, Stationery, for sale low, wholesale or re tail. W. H. TLTRXI.EV. W". J. ELY W. D..MEKI WETHER, Jr. TURNLEY, ELY & CO. A5) General Commission Mercliants, FIRE-PBOOr wiEEnorsi, CLARK8YILLE, - - - TENS. IdrSBcei made on Tobacco In Store. We have seen red the serv ices of Col.W. . Young, the well-known suctioner, who will sell nil of our Tobacco for us. We liave erected a shexl in New Provi dence, opposite the storeof Messrs. Mclian lel A Barbee, where wewill receive tobacco nod tmy U to our warehonse freeof cliarga for those persona who do not wioh to haul It to riarkxville. Messrs. McDnniel A Bar- will receive, weigh and receipt for To bacco delive...

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. — 16 May 1874

THE CHRONICLE R. W. THOMAS, Editor. TERMS IJT ADTAaCB. CLARKSTILLE, : : t MAY 16, 1874. THE FIRST GO FOR THE TWENTY CENTERS. Andrew Johnson spoke his piece to the people of Nashville, last week. As a matter of course, it is character istic that is, it is a medley of political truths and ad captandum claptrap. We agree with him, that the system of national banks ought to be abolished and the twenty -four millions saved which the people pay to those financial ets, without an equivalent. But we do not agree with him that payment of interest on the State debt should be suspended. This is partial repudia tion, sugar-coated with the plea of hard times and without a showing of ultimate relief the bonded interest, we presume, will draw interest for the time it is overdue, and it is surely wiser financiering to pay interest on the principal than to pay interest on both principal and interest. Norcanwesee anythingbutdemagogueryinraisingthe cry of hard times and heavy taxation, as if Tennessee...

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. — 16 May 1874

THE CHRONICLE CLAEKSTILLE, MAY 16, 1874. J. 9, XKBLKTT. ... - f. A. OKAXT :.x ' SEBUETT & GRANT, I'CJtLISHKUS AKD PROPRIETORS. - um or ABVwnsiss : One Dollar per square of Tea lines or lea. KATES OF ADVERTISING. 4 I I KO. SOJTASJtS. 10 JKO K0 0,12KOJ Square. 2 30 4 50! 500! POO so 8 w 1000116 e 7 SO! 10 00; 1200; 18 00 1000:i2 00lSOO:2flOO 1500 18 00 20 00 80 00 2500 80 00 18500! SO 00 35 00 43 (10. So 00 Mi 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 SO 00 45 00 80 CO 115 00 150 00 z Hq 4 Hqaaree Column.. V Column 1 Colnm i4000;8 00'55 00.80 00 Announcement of marriages and deaths free tributes of respect, and obituaries half price. .. " I.OCISTIIXE AKOSARIITItM: AKD UBEAT ROlTHERJf BAILROAD. fiOIHO KOHTH. Train V o. t arrives and leares at 12M a. Train No. 4 leaves at fc05 A. K. OOINO SOITTH. Train No. 1 arrives at 8:85 r. n. Train So. 3 arrives and leave at 4:28 A.X. (rNo. 1 and 2 are mail trains. Ora gardens in the city, are suffer ing for rain. Wk are indebted to Mrs. Goodlett Brown for 6ome very...

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. — 16 May 1874

"ntXETTETC" . Can anytbiBC bean beautiful llign 'thrs .arriw. ie.iHin-ir ! rxira t from Cole- rlilge? Maid of my love, nitrt Ocnevleve, In beauty's Inch! yon Kittle along - Your ere U liiiube aiarof eve And wet jroorvoice a Sappho's song. Yet not oiir heavenly beauty given My bt-art with paattloii worm to glow, Wiihin tour sou! a voiee there lives That bid yon hear the tale of woe. U'h-n Kinzin low the aunerer wan ftelioltia iioiHiLiHrelcijeii aria to nave Kir the bottom of 4 lie swan That rifles graceful o'er the wave, I've seen your breast with pity heave Therefore, love I you, itweet Genevieve, MUSIC One tie there is in this roagu earth A tie of rare and counties worth That winds with soft and sweet control lis silken fibres round the soul ; Kind man to iuan,Moot)ispaingstriie. And lorougiiUieiiiney inbyriutbsof liie )e&d the poor wanderer., weak and - lone.-- - - - - - l'pto the Heavenly Father's throne That tie isniusic. A WOKD OF ADVICE. It is not certainly expected that a...

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. — 23 May 1874

vol; 45. -ko 27Y- CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1874. WHOLE NO. 2,314. : lb i always has a complete stoc-K oi Drugs, . Chemicals, f .- Patent Medicines, Paints, Oil and Glass, I Toilet ri Articles, ; Blank Books, s Stationery, for sale low, wholesale or re tail. W. H. TUKNLEY. W. J. KLY W. D..MERI WETHER, Jr. TURNLEY, ELY & CO. TOBACCO AXD General Commission Merchants, t5 mi-moor WiBIBOrSI, CLAEKSTILLE, - - - TENN. Adrticei made on Tobacco In Store. W have secured the services of Col. W. F. Young, the well-known" auctioner, who will sell sllof our Tobacco for as. We have erected a shed in New provi dence, opposite the store of Messrs. McDan lel Barbee, where we will receive tobacco unci dray It to our warehouse free of charge tut those persons who do not wish to haul it to Clarksville. Messrs. McDaniel k Bar bee will receive, weigh and receipt for To bacco delivered at our shed in New'Provi dcnce. Oct 1 Tl -tf. Captain Jack Captured! Ottingto the Breaking of a "Worth les...

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. — 23 May 1874

THE CHRONICLE E, W. TH0X1S, Editor. -TUlM.N l ABTMCE. CLAEKSTILLE, : x x MAY 23, 1874. As oc a readers have a lrea dy learned, the troubles in Arkansas hare been partially adjusted, through the inter vention of the Federal Executive. But, inasmuch as the facts upon which that intervention is based, were as pal pable at the beginning of the conflict, as at the date of his proclamation, it is clear that Grant's incompetency, whether intellectual or moral, is the cause of the evils which have resulted from the imbecile delay, or unpardon able ignorance. The bloodshed, de moralization and great waste of time , and money incident upon the villainy of Clayton, Brooks and a corrupt ju diciary favored, in the outset, by kindred spirits in Washington are seriously disastrous to the present and luture of Arkansas, and should be a warning to the whole country, against the proueness of States to encourage f-entraliution by calling upon Congress and the Executive to intervene for the settlement ...

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. — 23 May 1874

THE CHRONICLE CL1BKSYILLE, MAY 23,187. t. . VKBX.KTT. . . i. A. SftAXT " KEBLETT k GRlITr, ' PUBLISHERS AND PaoPRIITOES. ' HATX8 OF ADVEKTISIHO : . On Dollar per square of Ten lines or less. BATESOF ADVERTISING. ! I I L. 0. aCAXKS. 1X0 2 M0 6KO.UMO I Hnmra 2 1: 30 600. 00: 15 00 u. sno; 800 1000 15 00! 20 00 26 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 116 00 ISO 00 3 Jiquarea 7 w uwiiw iwi 4 SqareaZII 1000 1200 1600 20 001 i rolomZ 1500 18 00 20 00! SO 00 Jcolanu-ZZI00 JOOO J500.50 00! 'J Col a mil jJKOO 400 6000 0 00 1 Column 40 00 1 48 00 65 00 i 80 00 ! Announcement of marriages and deaths free tributes of respect and obitnarles half price. I.OriS VI IXE AKD ASHYI1LE ASO CI BEAT SOCTHERJT RAILKOAIt. OOIXQ KORTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 12:30 A. . Train 2o. 4 leaves at fc05 A. . OOIWO SOUTH. Train No. I arrives at 8:35 r. M. Train No. 3 arrives and leaves at 4:28 A.M. WXos. 1 and 2 are mail trains. Divine Service at the Christian church to-morrow morniDg and eight, at the usualy hours. A re...

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. — 23 May 1874

" How Sea Lions Enjoy Life." Charles Nordhoff, in the .April num ber 4 of Harpers', has ' this ' inter esting account of the habits of tea lions : It is an extraordinary, interesting sight to see the marine monsters, many of them bigger than an ox, at play in the surf, and to watch the superb skill with which they k now how to control their own motions when a huge wave seizes them and seenis likely to dash them in pieces against the rocks. They love to he in the eun upon the bare and warm rocks ; and here they sleep, crowded together, and lying upon each other in inextricable confusion. The bigger the animal, the greater his am bition appears to be to climb to the highest summit; aud when a huge, liiny beast has, with infinite squirm ing, attained a solitary peak, he does not tire of raising his sharp pointed, maggot-like head, and complacently looking about him. They are a rough wjt of brutes rank bullies, I should say; lor I have watched them repeat--dly, as a big fellow shouldere...

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. — 30 May 1874

r- 1SK f: VOL. 45. --NO 28. CLAMSVILLE, TENN.v SATURDAY,: 3IAY, 30, 1874. WHOLE NO. 2,315. T k " - 7V 1 j L K JLiY f TTT UTT) A "RTT'T IT ' !" n h- i i ii (i -.in 7 1 J j ft G, W. BYBRS always has a complete stock of I i Drugs, Chemicals, j Fa tent Medicines, - . j Paints, Oil and Glass, Toilet Articles, - Blank Books, Stationery, for sale low, wholesale or re tail. W. H. TUKNLKV. W. J. KLY D..MEUI WETHER, Jr. TURNLBY, ELY & CO. -ANU- Qeneral Commission . Merchants, FiKE-rcoor wiREnorsE, f LARKSYILLE, - - - TEXN. Advances made on Tobacr la Store. Wa have secured the services of Col. W. F. Young, the well-known Ruet loner, watt will sell all of our Tohaoeo for nit. W'a have erected a shed In New Provi dence, opposite the sloreof Mewrs. McDan iel at Barbee, where we will receive tobacco Mad dray it to our warehouse free of charge J jr those persons who do not wish o haul it to I'iarktviile. Messrs. Me Daniel A Bar bee will receive, weigh and receipt for To haroo deli verel at our ...

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. — 30 May 1874

THE CHRONICLE K. W. THOHAS. Editor. -, m. I. .CLARKSTiili, i t MAY 30, 1874. JOUXSOX ASD THE VOXIXU ELEC TIONS. We are pleased to sec, in the speech of Andrew Johnson, as reported in Memphis papers, the proposition, that the friends of Johnson and Cheatham : unite, elect a State ticket and thus pre pare to carry the State in the next Presidential election. To this propo sition no one can rcasonahly object, but as the basis of union is left an open question, it is as far removed from satis factory solution as if the proposi tion had never been made. Still it is gratifying to be informed that the leader of the Independents the head and front of the disorganizes in in favor of conciliation and compro inise. and the verv announcement of the fact maybe the means of effecting the' desired union. Were the people left to carry into effect their own unbiased and patriotic views of sound policy, their first step would be to retain the State govern ment in the hands of the Conner vative elemen...

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. — 30 May 1874

: rx ---- - r-vr V- HE CHRONICLE A CL AEKSYLLLE,' MAT 30, 1874. - i - i ' ' KEBLETT & GBA5T, ; PUBL1SHKKS AKD FROPBIKTORS. L4 ' -.. at9 or Asynnsiira : One Dollar per square ol Ten line or less. RATES OF ADTERTISLNG. SO. 10 Sue 8MO (MO 12 MO Square 2 Squares a ;o,uares. 4 Square... 'i ('Alamo. ;oluinn 4 (iolnmn. 1 C:olumu 2 50 4 50 800 500 9 00 15 00 20 00 85 00 SO 00 500 1000 15 00 7 50i 1090 12001 18 00 1000,12 00 1500 20 00 15 00!18 00l20 00 .SO 00 25 00 ; 30 00 ! 85 00 SO (XI 35 00 ! 4 00 1 50 00 '. 60 0t 4000,48 00 5.T 00! SO 00 45 00 iis oo I 150 00 Announcement of marriages and death f re tributes of respect and obituaries half price. I.AriNTILI.E AIDSASHTIIXEASU 41 BEAT HOtTUEKS RAILROAD. OOLNQ WORTH.' Train No. Z arrive and leaven at 12: a. m. Train No. 4 leaves at 9:05 A. Jf . GOIKOSOCTH. Train No. 1 arrives at 8:35 p. K. Ti-ain No. arrives and leaves at 4:'J8 a.m. bwXo. 1 and 2 are mail trains. TriE river is getting low. Jtikje Tvler bun had our court house insured fo...

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. — 30 May 1874

- EDUCATIONAL AMYAXTAGES. ; The foundation stone of the Patrons of Hasbandry is education Upon this solid basis it proposes to build its su perstructure. It has nots single hope of success upon any other fouudatiou. Its mystic rites, its social features and its financial benefits are nothing in the absence of the elevation of the mind. .Mind educated uiiud is everything. It is Alpha and Omega the beginning and the end. Its counterpart is igno rance. That degrades. ltdebasesthe man. It curtails his mental vision. It intcrt-epN him in his laudable pursuits. It drives him into forbidden paths. Indeed there is no greater curse to a : eople than that of ignorance. ; Comprehending tbe matter in this light, the founders of our Order sa gaciously laid broad and deep the foun dations of a liberal system of edtrca ' tiou for the farmers' sous and'dau&h- , ters. Hence we assume uo equivocal attitude upon the subject, and put forth no uncertain sound. This vital senti ment will be found run...

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