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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 8 August 1874

THE CHRONICLE CLAEKSYILLE, AUUUSf 8,1874. j. a. KKBLirr. . J. a. qhamt SEE LETT 6BAXT, 1TBLISHI&8 AND PRCPRIITORa. ATM V AOTXXTIBIVe : On Dollar per square of Tan line or leas. KATES OF JLDYEBTISIXG. KO. 81T7ABB. J lXO IMO 10 CMO 12XO Bquare S Squares. 8 Hquarea.. 2i0 SOU 70 50 (00 00 '10 00 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 150 00 15 00 18 00 00! 1200 4 Bqaares. 100012 1500 18 25 00 80 0011500:20 00 0012000:30 00 00! So 00 50 00 ii Ootu i Column Column 1 Col a m a.- g500i43 40 00 1 48 00 50 00 60 00 00 '55 00 i WOO Announcement of marriage and deaths free tribute of respect and obituaries half price. LOCISTIIXE AH D W ASHVIIXK AKD K EAT SOCTIIEBH RAILROAD. . coixa jcobth. Train No. 2 arrive and leaves at 10:30 r. at. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:10 p. x. GOING SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrives at 5:22 p. st. Train No. S arrives and leaves at 3:22 A. X. 9-Nos. 1 and 4 are mall trains. The tstock of Ice in the market is holding out well. Let all keep cool. Sam. Felts is still sup...

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 August 1874

s it oft r i ii I i in i I Seereta of the Bowl. 'vA 1VI 1U1 VW aw u .svsv ; iio has been converted by the Quaker , ladies, has printed the recipes he used to keep secret. lie says burboa or rye whisky is manufactured from high wires, commonly called fusil-oil whis ky, made to-day and drunk three days nt'ter. It also contains vinegar, syrup, oil of burbon, French coloring, blue stone and other poisonous chemicals. It costs from J0 cents to $1 a gallon, and retails for $5a$G a gallon. Cognac brandy is made from French or Cologne spirits, burnt .sugar, oil of cognac, vinegar, bluestone, Jamaica rum, honey, syrup, port wine, French - -coloring, alum and aloes. - It costs $2 a gallon and retails from $G to $10 a gallon. ' ' Irish or Scotch whisky is made from Canadian highwines. or new distilled whisky, one week old, saltpetre, fine , salt, essence of oil of Scotch or Irish whisky, fusel oil, syrup, bluestone, tit Croir rum ; Bome imported Irish or Scotch whisky for flavor. It costs f l....

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 August 1874

4 ghmonigle; -i. w VOL. 45. NO 39. CLARKSVILLE, TENN. , SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1874. WHOLE NO. 2,326. 5 i Q X G Iff. alwa-s has a complete stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oil and Glass, Toilet Articles, Blank Books, Stationery, for Bale low, wholesale or re tail. R. S; MOORE & CO. HAVE BUCKETS CHEE HILLS, loo Cream Freezers, WATEB COOLERS, BABY IJUGGIE H, Best Rasorand Cast Steel LADIES' SCISSORS, HARDWARE, CUTLER Y, Iron, Agricultural Implements, i , ; LEATHER, TOOLS OF ALL KINDS, ETC., all of which they will ttell low for As they buy for CASH.they will ell as low ax the lowest, lor la.su. July 11, 1874-Sim. T. J. ABMSTROM). BAM L BISHETT. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, Corner Main and Green Streets, BOWLISO UBEEX, KtXTK UY, AttMSTKONG BISSKTT, Proprleters. ThlTouse ban been Thoroughly Repair ed and .Newly Furnished. Iluouis large and wen ventilated, rare, in ail particulars, guaranteed equal to theliest. A trial from the Traveling Public solicited. July 4. lK74-3m. W. A....

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 15 August 1874

ts! r r i (1. i -1 I rl THE CHRONICLE It. TT. THOMAS. Editor. TEtlS 1 IIT ADTAKCE. CLAEKSTILLE, : t AUGUST 15, 1874. 'EUEO SUPREMACY, THE RADICAL FROURAMME. , Although the Constitution has been the foot-ball of Radical leaders during the past thirteen years, there has been do grosser violation of its spirit and in tent than the fanatieal abrogation of the clause which denied the rights of citi7nbhip to the ted men of the forest and the gentlemen from Africa.. But the corrupt and phremied fuglemen of the dominant party not content with their wholesale destruction of private "property, t guaranteed by the Constitution nd laws of the United States, conferred upon that property all the rights of citizenship, making the slave the equal in law, of his former master, without the slightest attempt to prepare the ignorant mass for the lUdicnl change of oposition. ; The South, accepting this .change aa a re sult of the war, foolishly believed that the wrong and insult, thus perpetrated, would...

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 August 1874

V -A THE CHRONICLE ttARKSYILLE, AUUrSf 15, 1874. J. s. KEBurrr. . - . j. a. e ba.it 5EBLETT GKIXT.C PUBL16HEE8 AJTD PROPRIETORS. U(H T ADVERTISING : . ' On DoUar per Jq tiara of Tim lines or 1ms. BATES OF aDYERIISIXGV -1 Ik U9 13 KO - - .r i &oo! 00 i ISO i 6J Kqaare 9 HaaArn i0 '15 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 8 00.70 00116 00 nqa&res. 4 Kquare ii Column.. y. k)lmmn Colnmn. 1 Columo i so! 1000 1U0(1200 18 00 1200 1 500 20 00 1500 18 00 20 00:30 00 25 00 3500 4000 30 00 8500 50 00 43 00 1 50 00 60 00 48 00 55 00 80 00 150 00 Announcement of marriage and death fro tributes of reaped and obituaries balf price. LOllftVILLE AKBKAKHTIUEAHD GREAT ROCTHER RAILROAD. OOIXO XOBTB. Trail. No. S arrives and leaves at ItfcSO p. x. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:10 p. x. GOING SOUTH. Trai n No. 1 arrives at 5:22 p. x. Train No. I arrives and leaves at 3:22 a.m. "Nos. land 4 are mail trains. . We regret to learn of the serious illness of Mr. A. B. Harrison. ' ' ! Monday, Tuesday and We...

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 August 1874

OUR CP. CIIUECII. Its Enterprising Members Succeed In Refitting their Church. - The Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Pulaski during the war was 80 abused by the Federals as to render it unfit for any decent purpose. The membership has been very weak here since then; but the interest of the con gregation in securing to themselves a permanent place of worship gradually grew up to about a year ago when they found it within the scope of their abil ity to renovate their build'iDg and em ploy a pastor. They went right to work, and the result to-day is that they have one of the handsomest churches in the land, beautifully fitted up inside and out, and have the co-operation of a zealous and able christian in the person of the pastor, Rev. B. M. Tavlor. late of Clarksville. A splendid organ has been recently put in, the floor nicely carpeted, ana in fact every arrangement perfected to adorn the inside of the structure. Elegant Venetian blinds have been contributed bv the Lebanon congrega ti...

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 August 1874

hi WEE 1 CS.i H :-. f . VOL. 45. NO 40. CLARKSVILLETENN;, SAlURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1874,: WHOLE NO. 2,327. .bv--; .. . ; ' .; ,- - . -. '? -. .I -l . . i; always has a complete stock of , Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oil and Glass, . . Toilet Articles, : Blank Books, Stationery, for sale low, wholesale or re tail. R. S. MOORE & CO. HAVE BUCKEYE CIES3 T.TTLLS, , Ioe Cream Frceers, WATER COOLERS, 11 A IJ Y BUGGIES, Best Razor and Cart Hteel HDIES' SCISSORS, JARDWARE, CUTLERY, Iron, Agricultural Implements, LEATHER, TOOLS OF ALL KINDS, ETC, all of which they will (tell low for CAS K ! Aii they bay for CASH, Ibey will veil an low a the lowest, for Cash. July 11, 1874-3m. T.J. ARM8TB0SO. RAX'L. BISSKTT. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, Corner Main and Green Streets, BOWMXGtlBEES, K1XTIIKT, ARMSTRONG 1 BISSETT, Proprietors. This House has been Thoroughly Hi-pair-el and Newly Furnished. Rooms large and well ventilated. Fare, In all particulars, guaranteed equal to the best. A trial from tl...

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 August 1874

THE CHRONICLE fi. W. THOXJLS. Editor. TERMS t fta.O IX ADTAKCE. CLAEKSTILLE, : : AUGUST 22, 1874. FOR GOYERXOR, lion. J AH. D.POltTER, Of Henry County. FOB C0XGRES8, (Sabject to Convention) Hon. JNO. IT. HOUSE, Of Jlontgomery. THE RICE QUESTION. The Nashville Banner says : "The race question in our country is too grave a one to be merely bandied about be tween politicians seeking to make cap ital against one another." We agree fully with our contempora ry, as to the gravity of the race ques tion, and would deprecate any attempt to use it as elap-trap for the gratifica tion of personal ambition ; but it should be remembered that the ques tion is nnt rained bv the South that ithas been forced upon us by the Radi cal Congress, and that self-respect and pelf-preservation demand that we meet it, io the only way which promises suc cess the organization of a white man's party. We do not conceive that the discussion of this question, is pimply a game of bandy to be played by contending poli...

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 August 1874

THE CHRONICLE CLARKSVILLE, AVtilSr 22, 1874. t. S. XKBLKTt. J. A. GRAJtT XEBLETT tiA5T, PUBLISHERS ASD PB0PBHT0E8. SATZS OF ADVKKTIBIVO t On Dollar per square or Ten lines or leas. RATES Or ADYERT1SI56. HO. S4UAXK. lMO 2 Me I no tKO IS MO Kjnare J50 too 7 50 lew 1500 2500 X500 4000 4501 600 WHlOeO 900 15 00 is (Mi 15 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 150 00 2 rxjuare X Hqures. 4 Hqarm C!olumn. '2 Coluinu Column 1 Oolumn 1000I1200 1SOOH600 20 00l 18 00 20 00 80 00 50 00 80 00 S500 4S0O 5000 6000 48 00 65 00 80 00 Announcement of marriage and death free tribute of respect and obituaries half price. l.oriftVILLE ASBSAHHTaUASD ttREAT ROCTHERlf BA1XBOAD. m OOISO NORTH. Train No. t arrives and leaves at 10:30 p. m. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:10 r. at. GO I IQ SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrives at 5:22 p. if. Train No. 3 arrives and leaves at 3:22 A. H. awNo- 1 and 4 are mail trains. Attksd the Convention at the Court Houw, to-day, at 11 o'clock. Beech ee tthould now endeavor to explain his exp...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 22 August 1874

ly 500 "percent. To what is ill tins at tributable ? 1 CertainlT not to the in-4 creased productions f the country contiguous to your city, for that was in considerable. Not to the great artery of commerce flowing by your western boundary, for its tide flowed in 1850 as in 1860. Then there can be but one answer to the question : The iron rail and the locomotive gave Mem phis this unexampled commercial pros perity. COTTON TRADX OF MEMPHIS. From the year 1851-2 to 18C0-1 the amount of cotton grown within an area described by a radius of one hundred miles, Memphis being the center, was o very-" largely fncreased, certainly not to be compared to the increased trade in that great staple. The statis tics of the cotton trade in no city of America approaches those of Mem phis. Taken from your own reports are they as follows : ; . Year. - IK-XI-t , lSil-2 Bale.1 .1K3,W J72,UU Value. "' I 6 10,000 60,000 im.ua To what is this astonishing and un precedented growth in the cotton trade attributa...

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 August 1874

Jii );ritt "jSizojiirjairr H G I v . O J ,'.zx:i .tr .11 VOL. 45.--NO 41. rm CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, AlIGW W?7 .-'t. w-iarf.; t A; j WHOLE NO. 2,323. IT nvTTFrt TF7I IT 7" IF-'" '7 moK 11 i r7'i i i : ii 11 i 'i. ii irj ?ii ii ii f I; i i 1 r 11., : 1 1 - jt i ! -, 1 1 ;! v V i.'-.W ,! I. a I i, I .Jul .aU G -..Iff. B7ERS always has a complete stock of y!y-Drugs, ;; , " Chemicals, Patent Medicines, GW t Mia 5 J'aint8,:Oil and ulass,' ,- Toilet Articles, . . ; - Blank Books, Stationery, for Bale low, wholesale or re tail. E. S. MOORE & CO. IIAVK 'EucsmcusainLLS,; Ie Cream Freezers, WATER COOLERS, BABY BUGGIES, Best Raxor and Cast Stwl L DIES' SCISSORS, HARDWARE, CUTLERY, Iron,'. Agricultural Implements, i ? leather; t ; TOOLS OF ALL KINDS, ETC., all of which Ihey will f 11 low for As they bn.v for CASH, tliey will re 11 as low as the fowext, for Cash. July 11, l(fT4-Hiu. T. J. AJtVSTRONO. SAX'L. BISSETT. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, Oornar Main and Green Streets BOVUSil BEES, HKSTl'I'...

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 August 1874

I'll I j' fill I I I 1 111 I j 1 i IMF. niUKfl 1HK HIKIT ILV DU I . 1-3 a 1 1 I ' mini fultv4 isirf-v,m-fm a -KT I i n Pi i n iti i v ii iir Vi uiAsrij rewriea wuive eaia intivu.ui iujiljiiuj. i. v , GOTEEXMEXT. B. TT. THOMAS. Editor. TEKHS li2. IS ADTAKCE. CLi-EKSTLLLE, t AUGUST 29, 1874. TOR GOYSR50R, Hon. JAS. D.PORTER, Of Ilenry CountyJ FOB COXGBESS, (Subject to Convention) Hon. JNO. IT. HOUSE, Of Montgomery. FOB REPRESENTATIVE, Dr. IV. L. IVoi-tlilntjtoii. Therk was not a thoughful man of any party who heard the violent ana incendiary speech of G. A. Ilenry, the presiding officer of the Democratic Convention, who was not astonished beyond measure, that a man to whom age, experience and unbounded op nnrtiinitie of observation should have Drought a high degree of regard for truth, wisdom and moderation, snouia have given expression to the extraor dinary harangue which he delivered before that body. Nashville Bulletin. ' f This carpet-bag teacher of Tennes t nee statesmen, the gri...

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. — 29 August 1874

V THE CHRONICLE C IRSSYILLE, lrGESf 29, 1874. , B. MKBLXTT. . J. cum t 5EBLETT & GRJLXT. PUBLISat&fl ARD PKOPBUITORS. JLaTKS OT axvkbtiks : On Dollar par equal of Tea Us or less. RITES OF ADYERI1SING. 10 Ixo SKO MO IS MO Square. 4 50 eoo too 15 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 2 30 too 7 50 8 00 1000 100011200 18 00 1000112 0011600.20 00 15 00 18 0020 00:3000 25 00180 0035 0050 00 85 00 ; 48 00 1 60 00 0 00 40 00 ! 48 00 '65 00 i 80 00 115 00 150 00 Announcement of marriages and death free tribute of respect and obituaries half price. LOUftVILLE ASDH AJsIITIXLE AJt VKEAT ITHS RAILROAD. ooma worth. Train No. S arrives and leaves at 10:30 P. M. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:10 r. M. OOINO SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrives at 5:22 p. . Train No. t arrfves and leaves at 3:22 a.m. "Nos. 1 and 4 are mail trains. Quarterly Meeting begins at An tioch, on the Southside, to-day. Tnc Congressional and Senatorial convention meets here on Wednesday next The amount of freight passing over our ra...

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 August 1874

THE OLD STORY. When the visions ol her fare come o'er me, Of her sweet face bo far away, . - -I say what lovers have Maid before me, What lovers will forever any : That flower bloom sweeter for her feeing, That birds sing Kweeter far her seeing.. . That gnuss itsjcreener, skies more blue,' That all things take a richer hue. Lovers have said these things before: ljovers will say them evermore. Oh, sweet young love, that in all ages liears ever one eternal form! .-. With lasting youth your oldest pages . - tilow ever, ever fresh and warm. Oil, dear old atory.everyoung! Poets have painted, artists fcuug ; Htire. uaughtia life is half so set ; . Death can not make you incomplete. Lovers have said these things before Lovers will say them evermore. OUB NEXT GOYER.VOB. A Brief Sketch of Jas. D. Porter, Jr. (Prom the KaahvllLe Union and American YheD the Democratic Convention which sat at Baltimore in 1844. sent forth to the country the Dame of James K. 1 oik. of Tennessee, as their nomi ne...

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 September 1874

'(.-- iny-Jfc-Bs. V'OHlI'JMiiT lis. VOL. 45.--NO 42. CLABKSVILLE, TENN;, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1874. .. . -WHOLE; NO. 2,329. : r ..LAIiKSV II . IU1 ' ' J!::. i t -: ---vT"t i '. 1 - ' -j ! TOILET ARTICLES I j- ' Soaps, Brushes, Perfumery, f f Toilet ?f Powders, Combs, You willtSnd at low figures at G. Iff. B7ERS XL S. HOORE &' CO. HAVE EUCIEIE CUES YTLLS, Ice Cream Freezers, WATER COOLIES, BABY BUGGIES, Best Rasor and Cast Steel I L DIES' SCISSORS, JARDWARE, CUTLERY, . Iron, Agricultural Implements, - i , 5 LEATHER, ; .' i TOOLS OF AIL ; KINDS, ETC., all of which they will sell low for O S DE3C 2 A the bay for CASH, they will ell as low mm the lowest, for Cash. July 11, lsTs-im. -. J. AKH8TBONO. AK'U BISBETT. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, Corner Main and Green Street, BOWLING GKEE9I. HtSTllKT, AKXST0X ii BISSETT, rroprleUn. ' Thin Hooiie has ben Thoroughly Repair ed and Newly Furnished. Booms large and well ventilated. Fare, in all particular, guaranteed equal to the best. A trial from the...

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. — 5 September 1874

THE CHRONICLE K. W. THOXAS. EdltofTTTl - ', - CLaRKSTILLE, : SET;U.'1874. .-. FOTIKSOB,,,.. .Hon.JAS.D.POBTER, !. 1 " Of Uenry Connty. , : . FOB coxgeess, r;'; Hon. JIVO. JT. HOUSE, ''..'.',. Of Montgomery. ' ' .i FOE SE31T0B, . , Gen. W.A.r QUA11LES, Of Montgomery! 1 FOE FLOATEE, Dr. W. Ai WEST, ! ; t Of Stewart '.';' '' ' FOE BEPEESEXTATITE, Ar. IV. L. Northing-ton. THE C0XTEXTI05S. The Conventions held here,' last Wednesday, were the most pleasant reminders of the better days of the Kepuplic, that we have Been since the war. The long procession of manly and intelligent delegates, headed ly one of, Nasaville'i ' splendid bands, which breathed the very spirit of har mony, brought forcibly to mind the time when principles, not men, patriot ism, noUelGsb partizan zeal, linked men together in sympathy, and filled them with aspirations to serve the cause of liberty and conntry. , The Congressional Convention, hav . ing but one candidate for nomination before it, was, of course, a unit ...

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 September 1874

i 4 CLiEXSTOLE, SSPf. ;i8J4. s. k.tt.". . ; r7" j. A. OBlXT .-ittRimi a chut i ' PTJBLI8HI&S AND PR0PK1IT0BS. On Poller jwr aqnaje f Te line or le 'BITES OF ADVERTISING. I O. aft V ASKS. 2X0 10 6X0 ltxo tqnareg. -4 SO 00 1000 6001 bo IS 00 20 00 26 00 80 00 45 09 80 00 115 00 160 00 s Hoautti . IN 1000! 13 00 8 "l""'' X Column. K Jolumn J 60 1200,13 00 1500 20 00 1000 It 00 iw moo 25 00 30 00 20 00 30 00 8600160 00 4 uoinmn 1 Column 85 00,43 00 50 00 60 00 400014S 00 ;6S 001 SO 00 ' Announcement of marriage and deaths free tribute of respect and obituaries half price. ',, "' . "7- V -; LOCIHVILI.E AKBHAiHTHlEASIl . , 6 RE AT SOCTHERS RAILROAn. u' oofcso worth. ' 1 Train No. t arrtTo and leayea at 10:80 P. x. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:10 p. m. i;' ''' ' OOIXO BOCTH. ' ' ; ' Train Ko) 1 'arrive at 5:22 p. x. Train No. I arrives and leaves at 3:2Z a.m. HTNoa. 1 and 4 are mall trains. -. , THt communication from Mr. E. B. Bom will appear next week! " 1icctt Court commences next Monday...

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. — 5 September 1874

rilEYXE. The following lalnealoae of a powerful poem by U. 8. Emerson, ou tbe celebrated , AUittUaM baaoty. Phryne. JShe M -tried on the charge of corrupting the yoata, of theState, and her derenoe before (be Judges, taken la connection with her supreme beauty, converted a great danger, into- great triumph.- w . . "Noble Anthenlana, here have I bees brought To answer to base charge. Know - ye not . , 1'hat human weakness ia mine only eiiroef And this fair form, that in such Utile time Will fuel the blighting breath of death, or e. Is my one magic charm and heritage f Ye say 1 steal the strength from your youog men. . But ye are teachers all ! O teach them then xtaee ami games, aud pride of martial sirue. Without the poor reward or love, in life Teach theta Lu shun the light 01 beauty's eyes. 'And ail fair gifts la woman to despise. ' "Ye can not, senators and sages gray. Ye can not, for pulses thrill to-day ; With quicker heal jtX boon that heaven be - - stows Beauty to women, perfu...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 12 September 1874

ARKBVI W H CLAKKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1874. WHOLE NO. 2,330. VOL. 45.--NO 43: Ki,Y 0 IRON CLE. A u A u A iuv 1 TOILET ' ARTICLES Soaps, Brushes, Perfumery, Toilet Powders, Combs, You will find at low figures at G. Iff. BTERS R. S. M00EE ' & CO. HAVE EUCZEYE CITES KILLS, Toe Cream Freezers, WATSC COOLEES, BABY BUGGIES, Best Rasorand Cant Bteel HDIES' SCISSORS, JARDWARE, CUTLERY, Iron, Agricultural Implements, LEATHER, TOOLS OF ALL KINDS, ETC., all of which they will sell low for As they buy for CASH, they will tell aa low ax the lowext, for Cash. July 11, 1874-3m. T. J. ARMSTRONG. BAl'L. BI8SKTT. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, Corner Main and Green BtreetH, BOWLINU CREEK, KEXTrCKT, ACMSTRO.VG & BI5SKTT, Proprietors. This House talis been Thoroughly Repair ed and Newly Kurnlxhed. Rooms large and well ventilated. Fare, in all particulars, guaranteed equal to the best. A trial from tlie Traveling Public solicited. July 4. 1874-am. W. A. QOARLK3. W. X. DANIEL QUARLES & DA...

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. — 12 September 1874

THE CHRONICLE E. W. THOXAS. Editor. TEKHS t ta. IS ADTAKCE. CLAEKSYILLE, : t SEPT. 12,1874. FOR GOYERNOR, Hon.JAS.D.POUTER, Of Henry County. -FOB COXGRESS, V Hon. JNO. IT. HOUSE, Of Montgomery. FOR SENATOR, Gen. XV. A. QUARLES, Of Montgomery. FOR FLOATER, Or. W. Jl west, Of Stewart. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, . Ir. TV. L. IVortlilncrton. THE FARMERS' AND THE PROFES SIONS. We have not a word to take back of of all we have written of the capacity of the farmers' movement for good, and of the importance of a thorough development of agriculture; but the incipient war, here and elsewhere, on the part of the farmers, against the professions, argues a weak point in the movement which leads to the inference that whatever may be the objections to the professions, the farmers are not without their specimens of weakness and indiscretion. Lawyers and doc tors, teachers of high and low schools, preachers, editors and printers and every branch of mechanics ; merchants and grocer 8, and common carriers b...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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