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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 12 September 1874

m n THE CHEONICLE CLAKKSTILLE, SKPi'. 12, 1874. J. B. XXBMTT. J. A. GfcAJTr KEBLETT ft GB1ST, PUBL16HIR3 AND PROFB.IXTOES. urn or xdtxbtuhho : On Dollar per square of Ten lines or lea. BATES OF ADVERTISING. FO. QTJ AMI. I 1KO 2 KO SMO f KO IS KO Bquare J Squares K Column.... hi Column ., . Colnmn s SO 6 00 7 50 4 SO 8 00 600 00 15 00 18 00 15 00 20 00 85 00 SO 00 45 00 60 00 1000 1200 1500 1000 liOO 1000 20 00 15 00:18 00 25 00(80 00 35 00 1 43 00 40 00 1 48 00 20 00 j 80 00 8600;50 00' 50 00 60 00 650018000 115 00 160 00 1 CKI Announcement of marriages and deaths free tributes of respect and obituaries half price. LOCHTILLE AID S4SHTILI.E AHD UBEAT SOrTHEBS RAILROAD. GOlNd NORTH. Train No. a arrive and leaves at 10:30 p. n Train No. 4 leaves at 2:10 r. m. . OOIJfO SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrives at 5rJS P. X. Train No. t arrives and leaves at 3:22 A.X, srSon. 1 and 4 are mall trains. October, 8th and 9t. R. D. A.'. . The California wheat crop is now estimated at 35,000,000 bushels. Bead...

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 September 1874

THE KXATI03 OF THE RACES. . Now the cry is "the Southern whites are oppressing the nejrroes." The manner of presenting this falsehood differs, the matter is monotonous. The Radical journals are dwelling on the natural results of a political war of races. Liberal and extreme, all alike, treat recent events in the light of weak steps towards a new Confede rate rebellion. And this is nothing but another play iu a game which, though shallow enough, has so far succeeded. The connection between the prophecies of the administration press, and recent occurrences in some of the Southern States, is too obvious to be disregarded. An election is ap proaching, new capital is needed, and lo ! the events for comments are fur nished. It is more than an accidental hap pening 1 It is a solemn and tragic co incidence! The Radical party ap- roaches a field of stern and doubtful attle, and the South seems to famish the debatable ground of conflict. It has long been obvious that without some counteractin...

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 September 1874

vSV v WEEKLY OH H VOL. 45. NO 44. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1874. WHOLE mo: 2,331.' A'. if : TOILET ARTICLES '- Soaps, - - f 1 i , Brushes, Perfumery,' Toilet Powders, f ? : a, ... . t ., ?. Combs, J : t? &C, .- ., You will find at low figures at I G..W. BYERS R. S. .MOORE .&, CO. HAVE ' BUCEEYE CUES HILLS, Io Croara Freezers, WATKU COOLERS, HABl 11UGGIE H, Best Razor and Cast Bteel L4. DIES' . SCISSORS, aiSDWARE, CUTLERY", Iron, Agricultural Implements, if y; LEATHER,! . TOOLS OF ALL KINDS, ETC., all of which they will sell low for CASH! As they buy for CASH, they will fell an low as tne lowest, loruasu. i - r , . July ll, ltf74-ra. ),.:' -i ; : i i . T. J. AfiMSTROMi. BAM L. B18SETT. .MERCHANTS' HOTEL, turner Main anil Green Streets, BOWLING CiKEES, HLMU KT, ARMSTKOXG k BISSETT, Proprietors. This House has been Thoroughly Repair ed aiitl Newly Furnished. Rooms large aud well ventilated. Kare, In all particulars. guaranteed equal to iiieDest. a trial ironi...

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 September 1874

Ik t i THE CHRONICLE W. THOMAS. Editor. TEBXS t IX ADVAXCK. CLARKSYILLE, : : SEPT. 19,1874. FOB GOYKKSOR, Hon. JAS. D.POBTER, Of Ilenry County. FOB COXURESS, lion. JIVO. JT. HOUSE, Of Montgomery. FOB SENATOR, Gen. W. A. QUARLES, Of Montgomery. FOB FLOATER, Dr. W. A.. WEST, Of Stewart FOB REPRESENTATIVE, Xr. IV. JL,. IVoi-thingrton. For Mayor, THOMAS A. SMITH. For Aldermen, 1st Ward Wm. M. Kerr, 2nd Ward Jno. Manning. vJrd Ward A. II. Munf'ord. 4th Ward T. 1). Tombs. 5th Ward J. D. Moore. !th Ward W. S. Mclleynolda. 7th Ward T. II. Jackson. Sth Ward Sam'l Johnson. THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL. The money-making shrewdness of the New Englander is proverbial, and it is scarcely less true that he subordi nates to his avarice the cardinal virtues which make up the honest man and the patriot Every act of the govern ment is viewed from a strictly financi al stand point and all the influence of New England is exerted so to shape the policy of legislation, that the in terests of that sterile section...

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 September 1874

v" Hi I THE CHKONICLE CLAKkSVILLE, SKPi. 19, 1874. J. . XEBLSTT. J. A. GBAMT keblett enurr, PUBLISHERS AITD PROPEI ETORS. RATES OT ABTKBTTStya : One Dollar per square of Ten line or leu. RATES OF ADYERTISIXG. wo. wun. 1 lm im u eo i3 xo Hquara. 150 4 50 600 100 6 00 00 1000 15 00 u oo 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 HO 00 115 00 150 00 X num t Mquarea K Col Uluu. y, Coiuicu Column 1 Column 7 M'100O!12OOil8 00 100U. 11 U0 15 00, 20 00 1500 It 00 20 00 1 80 oo 25 00!30 00 K5 00 50 00 85 00 4:1 00 SO 00 ISO 00 4000:48 00 55 001 0 00 Announcement of marriages and deaths free tributes of respect and obituaries half price. . , . I.oriHVILLK AHDSASHTILLIASD GREAT BOCTHCES RAILROAD. aotmo KOKTH. Train No. J arrlTes and leaves at 10:30 r. M. Train No. 4 leaves at 10 r. M. oonco SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrives at &22 r. x. Train No. t arrives and leaves at 3:22 A.x. WXos, 1 and 4 are mall trains. Thk fair at Bowling Green, Ky., be gins on the 3Kh inst Stewart College opened the pres ent term with 120 ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 19 September 1874

0, KITE ME A, HOXE 15 THE SOUTH ! E 1 ' BY WILL B. HATH. O, give me a home In the Sontta ! Itown uy the munnurinn nratni, Where the fragrant magnolia bloom, , Lite' like a tnld-nanimer's dream, Beautiful slai-sof the night Peep through the curtains of space, Shedding their noft mellow light, Loving to unite on my luce. . j O, give me a home In the South ! TL.e loveliest spot on the earth ; I care not how humble it be. The dear, sunny land ot my birth. O. give me a borne In the Booth ! Where the mocking-birds gather and sing Their melodies cheerfal and gay. Welcoming beautiful Spring; Where the river floats gayly along. In Its winding way out to the nee. I care not where others may dwell, A home in the South give me. O, give me a home in the South ! A home 'neuth a Southern sky, Where I've lived all the summer of life. ' Where the friend of uiy youth live and die. When I'm called by the Angel of Death, To leave all I love on the earth. May the angel then find me asleep lu the beautif...

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 September 1874

CURQN 0 ft I a. 4 I J VOL. 45.--NO 45. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER gfj, 1874. . ; " i V J toilet Reticles ! Soaps, ; ' Brushes, Perfumer, Toilet Powders, 1 Combs, r. " r . You will find at low figures at 6. N. BYERS R. S. MOORE & CO. V? 'EUCZmcaZB MLS, loo Croaiu Ifroczcrs, WATKU COOLERS, 11 A. 1 Y UUGGI K V 1$t Raxor and Cast Steel lvthks scrssoRs, ..iVDWARE, CUTLERY, Iron, AgricTiltural Implements, LEATHER, " TOOLS OF ALL KINDS, ETC., all of which they will sell low for O Jk. S E3I ! An they buy for CASH, they will Fell as low n the lowest , for Cash. July 11, lS74-3m. T. J. AIIVSTRO.Ni;. 8AX'I. B1MKETT. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, Corner Main and (Ireen Htreets, BOWLISU (iKKK, KtXTK KV, ARMSTRONG A BISSKTT, Proprietors. This House has been Thoroughly Repair ed and Newly Furnished. Rooms larKeaud well ventllaied. Kare, in all particulars, guaranteed eii1 to tlielN-sl. A trial from the Traveling Puolio Hollcited. July 4. lK74-am. W. A. QUAKLiX W. II . DANIEL QUARLES & DAN...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 26 September 1874

xHE chronicle II. W. THOMAS. Editor. TCBM tfjS.0 IX ADVANCE. CLARKSTILLE, : t SEPT. 2, 1874. i tJOYElCTOE, I Ion. .TAH. D.POKTEK, Of Henry County. FOB COXGRESS, Hon. JNO. F. HOUSE, Of Montgomery. FOB SENATOR, Gcu. W.A. QUARLES, ;'t' Of Montgomery. FOB FLOATER, ' Dr. W. A. WEST, "' Of Stewart : ' FOR REPRESENTATIVE," ' Zr. IV. Hi. IVortliiugrton. For Mayor, ' ; THOMAS A. SMITH. For Aldermen, ". Ut Ward Wm. , M. Kerr; ' ;" 1!d'1 W'ard--J do. Manning. " 3rd Ward A. II. MunforJ. -4th Ward T. I). Tomb. -5th Ward J, D. Moore. iith Ward W. 8. McReynoIds. 7th Ward T. H. Jackson. 8th Ward Bam'Uohason. THE CRISIS. Under this head, the Courier-Jour ual, of last week, had a epirited and t. tiring editorial, truthfully ' setting forth the enormity of the federal wrongs perpetrated by Grant's adinin istration, upon the State of Louisiana, and painting the future of the South in no exaggerated colors. Whilst that paper expresses the feelings of every true man in the South, and many in the North, w...

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 September 1874

THE CHRONICLE CLARES YILLE, SKPf. 25, 1874. J. MKBLKTT. i. A. G&AKT EE LETT ft GRIST, PCBL18HKR8 A!U PROPRIETORS. rates or ADTKRTISrHQ : One Dollar per square of Ten line or le KATES OF ADVERTISING. bo. iniiii. 1MO 2 MO 10 IIO 12X0 Rqaare 2 Kquaraa 3 Mu,uarea 4 B(UK. Column... 12 Uo!ama Colnmu 1 Column 2 50 4 50 100 1000 1200 600 100 1200 1600 00 15 00 18 00 20 00 80 00 50 00 SOW 8000 15 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 90 W) 00 115 00 160 00 6 W 7 W 1000 15 00 2600 35 X) 40 tO 30 00 1 3.S 00 43O0500O 48 006600 18 00 2000 Announcement of marriages and deaths free tributes of respect and obituaries half price. .Ol'HVILU ASDSASUTIUE ASD UK EAT HOCTUEKX BAILROAD. GOIKO WORTH. Train No. ? arriTes and leaves at 10:30 r. X. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:10 P. at. 00130 SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrives at 5:22 p. H. Train No. 3 arrives and leaves at 3:22 A.M. Nos. I and 4 are mall trains. Robert Make Airs! by the R. A's. October 8th. I). Inferior coal oil is causing nearly as many deaths, as mean whiskey. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 26 September 1874

BT-LAWS OF THE TVOODLAWS . GRANGE. . i ; if. . : ' ' j. ' i.'A ARTICLE I. Section 1. This shall be known and Grange desier- nated as Wobdlawn Grange, iSo.ro::. Sec. 2.The regular meet ing of this Grange shall le held on the Second Thursday of every month. 1 ' Sec. 3. The time of meet ing, from the 1st of October to the 1st of April, shall be at 10 o'clock a. m., and from the 1st of April to the 1st of October, shall be at 1 o'clock r. m. Sec. 4. Special meetings may be called by the Grange, or Master, or Overseer in the absence of the Master, when deemed necessary for the good of the Grange. " . 4 ' ARTICLE 1 1. Section 1. The members of this Grange are all who have been, or may, be, ini tiated or affiliated therewith, who have subscribed to the Roll Books and who have not withdrawn or been excluded for unworthy conduct or non payment of "dues. ARTICLE III. Section 1. The Officers of the Grange shall be rank ed and styled as follows : Master, Overseer, Lecturer, Steward, Assistant 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. — 3 October 1874

KBV1.L 11 chronicle; rr UK VOL. 45.--NO 48. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1874. WHOLE NO 2,333. OLAR KEY TOILET ARTICLES ! Soaps, - V V - .... Brushes, Perfumery, Toilet Powders, Combs, You will find at low figures at G. Um BYERS R. S. MOORE '& CO: HAVE EUCZEYE CUES LULLS, loo Cream Frecers, WATER COOLEBS, BABY UUG6IE S, Best Raaor and Cunt Bteel L TES' SCISSORS, .iKUWARE, CUTLERY, Iron, Agricultural Implements, LEATHER, TOOLS OF ALL KINDS, ETC., all of which they will null low for '. CASH! An they buy for CASH, they will fell a low hn the lowest, for Cash. July 11, 1874-ara. T.J. ARMSTRONG. NAM'L. BIKSETT. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, Corner Main and Green Street, HOWLING GREE3T, KEXTTCKY, ARMSTRONG t BISSETT, Proprietors. This House hasbet-n Thoroughly Repair ed ami Newly Furnished. Kooins large and well ventilated. Fare, In all particulars, guaranteed etjual to theliest. A trial from the Traveling Public solicited. July 4, 1874-3m. W. A. ftUAKLES. W. M. DANIEL 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. — 3 October 1874

THE CHRONICLE IU VT. TIIOXAS. Editor. TEKXS tt. IJf.ADTAJfCK. CLARKSTELLE, : : OCT. 8,1874. FOR GOTKRSOR, Hon.JAH.D.POKTEli, Of Ilenry County. FOR COXGRESS, Hon. JNO. F. HOUSE, Of Montgomery. FOR SENATOR, Gen. TV. A.. QUARLES, Of Montgomery. FOR FLOATER, rr. W. A.. WEST, Of Stewart. FOR REPRESEXTATI YE, Xi. IV. L. IVortliluffton. For Mayor, THOMAS A. SMITH. For Aldermen, 1st Ward Wn. M. Kerr, 2nd Ward Jno. Manning. 3rd Ward A. II. Munford. 4th Ward T. D. Tombs. 5th WTard J. D. Moore. Cth Ward W. S. McReynolds. 7th Ward T. H. Jackson. 8ih Ward Sara'l Johnson. ECOXOXY RETKESCI1XEXT. Though much is written upon these subjects, there is an indefiniteness in the suggestions thrown out, which fastens upon the popular rr-nd no well defined idea as to how the needed re form is to be attained. One suggests a reduction of ofiicial salaries losing sight of the fact that liberal pay is a security for competent services, and that poor pay will not command honest ability, because talents, can mak...

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. — 3 October 1874

THE CHRONICLE CLAEKST1LLE, COT. S, Ml. 1. S. HBBLBTT. . 1. A.OKAJTT 5EBLET3' & 6RAST, PrBU8BKR8 AND PROPRIXTORS. BATZS OF ADVKn8I3f: On Dollar per square of Ten Hbn or le BATES OF JLDYEBTISIXe. SO. QOA8. 1MO 2ko Sko (MO 12 MO Bqaare. ' 3 Hn litres , S Hjuare 4 Sqaare Vlnmn. , V Onlnmn , Col uma 1 Column... , .. J 50 too 7 SO 4 50 600! 00 8 (Hi! 1000115 00 1000' 1200 18 00 12 00(1500 20 00 IS 00 20 00 25 00 1C00 80 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 150 00 1SO0 18 00 20 00 30 00 2500 SO 00 1 S5 00 1 50 00 S5 00 1 43 00 fiO 00 ; 60 00 40 00 ii 00 6500180 00 Announcement of marriages and death, free tributes of respect and obituaries half price. I.oriNTILXE AIBXA8HTIIXKAKD 4JBEAT ROmiEIX KAILBOAD. GOIXO WORTH. Train Ho. 2 arrive and leaves at 1,0:30 r. at. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:10 p. x. GOING SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrives at 5:22 P. M. Train No. 3 arrives and leaves at 3:22 a.m. "Xo. 1 and 4 are mall trains. Vote for Capt. Tom. Smith to-day. The quarterly term of the county court will conveneher...

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. — 3 October 1874

IF WE TOCLD. If we would but check the speaker When be spoils hi neighbor's fame. If we would but heip the erring -Ere we utter wnnlt of blame; If we would, how many might we . Turn from paths of sin and shame, - Ah, the wrong that might be righted I f we would bat m t he way; Ah, the way that might be lighted Every honr and every day, , ' If we would but bear the pleadings Of the hearts that eo astray. Iet uk step outside the stronghold , , Of our selfishness and pride; . liet us lift our fain tint? brothers. " Let us strengthen ere we chide ; s Let us, ere we blame the fallen. Hold the light to cheer and guide. , Ah, bow blessed ah, how blessed Earth would be if we would try Thus to aid and right the weaker. Thus to check our brother's sigh, Thus to talk of duty's pathway To our better life on high. In each life, however lowly. There are seeds of mighty good ; Will, we shrink from souls appealing. With a timid "if we could But a trod whojudgce all things Knows the truth is "if we ...

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. — 10 October 1874

X "T" , .iiit . - .H CIjARKSVTLIiE, TKNN., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1 0, 1874. ,,Y0L. 45,.HOJ7. WHOLE KO". 2,334. L Ai; X-S X N UL JJJ Ji-J . . ; ... . i., . ... 4;U - -f'-.t .a 5 ; TOILET ARTICLES ! . ' r Soaps, f t . , Brushes, -id -Perfamery:N fj Toilet Powders,"'"' - Combs, - ..Tpu will find at low figures at Cr, VI. EYERS R. S. MOORE & CO. HAVE ' STJCZ57S CUES WILLS, loo Cream Freeaers, WATER COOLERS, BABY BUGGIES, Best Racor and Cast Bteel L IES' SCISSORS, ; ; kiiiDWARE, CUTLERY, . Iron, Agricultural Implements, ' ;. LEATHER, TOOLS OF ALL KINDS, ETC., V all of which they will sell low for O S 2 Anther bnyfoT CASH, they will ellaslow as t he lowet. for Cash. July 11, 1874-3ra. T. J. ARMSTRONG. AX'L. BISSETT. MERCHANTS IIOTEL, ' Comer Main and Green Streets, DOWLIXO (iBEES, HISTITKT, ARMSTUOXti A BISSLTT, Proprietors. This House hnsbeen Thoroughly Repair ed and Kewlv Furnished. Room large and veil ventilated. Kare, In all particulars, 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. — 10 October 1874

THE CHRONICLE R. W. THOMAS. Editor. TERB8 t $. IS ADTAXCE. OI.4BKSTILLE, OCT.-10, 1874. FOR GOYERXOB, I Ion. J AS. D. POUTER, Of Henry County. FOR CONGRESS, Hon. JNO. JT. HOUSE, Of Montgomery. FOR SENATOR, Gen. W. A.. QUARLES, Of Montgomery. FOR FLOATER, lr. W. A.. WEST, Of Stewart. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, 13-. V- I. 2Vortl-ini-ton. RETRIBUTIYE JUSTICE. Almost daily we read accounts of hundreds and thousands of northern laborers thrown out of employment because supply exceeds demand. It is probable that the hardships they will endure through 'the rigors of a long winter, will teach them that the poverty to which they have helped to reduce the South, is reacting upon themselves. The immense supplies which used to be boughtfor negro con sumption, the negroes are too poor and improvident to buy for themselves, and the luxuries in which wealth was want to indulge are cut off by the Land of poverty, or forbidden by a wise economy. Thousands, who once looked to the labor of the North for ever...

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. — 10 October 1874

THE CHRONICLE - CLAEJESYiLLE, CUT. 10, 1974. J. MBULBTT. . .. t A. tkAXI XEBIKTT ft GRANT, PUBU8UX&9 AND PK0F&IIT0E8. UTM or APYWTTWTW : Ok Dollar per square of Te lines or less. KATES OF ADYERTISIXG. HO 10 tMO MO 12 MO Bqnara. 15 00 20 00 25 00 SO 00 45 00 90 00 3 50 00 40 too 900 z tsqoa 00 1000 15 00 3 Hquarea.. 4 Square.. 7 fiollOOO1 1200 18 00 1000112 W16O0S0 00 Uulnmn.. Z Colnma J Column 1600 18OO;Z0W;iK)O0 25 00 30 00 ,3500 60 00 35 00:48 0050 00 6000 115 00 1 uommii. 14000I U0'6S0Oi8O 001 160 00 Announcement of marriages and death! free tribatea of respect and obitoarlee half price. I.el IK VI LLE A Jf AS H V1XIB AKD UBCAT BOCTHEItJf BAILBOAD. GOING SOUTH. Train No. 3 arrive and leavea at 10:30 r. M. Train No. 4 leavea at 2.10 p. M. OOIXO BOOTH. Train Jfo. 1 arrive at 4:54 v. M. Train No. 3 arrl vea and leavea at S:23 A. M. T-Noa. 1 and 4 are mall train. Maynard is not the "big iujun" he thought he was. Thi New York shipping-house of DeW olf & Co. has failed. KtC...

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. — 10 October 1874

ThcCostof.LlTlDf. , , Valuable statistics in regard to the i romparafife cost of living in America and Europe are given in the lagfMaa- j sachusetts Labor Report:" . A One dollar will buy twenty pounds of flour in Boston one or two pounds ro ore in some European seaports, but the same are considerably less in a ma turity of the places compared. In Bos ton one dollar will buy 5.5(5 pounds of freh beef, roast-piece. ; In ; no places in England will it buy so much by a pound or more, and in Europe still let, Copenhagen being the oniy place ;w here it will buy more. Butter in Eu rope averages a pound more to the dol lar than here, cheese less by more than that, except in a few spots. As for potatoes, they are cheaper here than id Eengland, and dearer . than in Ireland or Germany. Seven or eight pounds of pork for a dollar are sold here, and not much over half as much ran be obtained for that sum in Eng land, and nowhere as much. In rice, milk and eggs they have the advantage of'cs. Tea ...

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. — 17 October 1874

n"" . . CLARKSyiLLE; TENN., SATURDAY,5 OCTOBER-17, 1874: VOL. 45. NO 48. WHOLE .NO 2,33$. v y f OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, AT NO. 38 FRANKLIN ST., OPPOSITK THE ITT -""1 I ir connection witUTmirFia,niture Business weteep a lull assorimeni oi uuiuuchmu wu uunai CASKETS A1TD CASES. We have excellent Hearses for citv and country use. Will furnish Hacks when desired, Graves. Jno- F. Feb. 21, 1874-tf. .if). Kf, RH .RRn fHKKS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, Iff os. 11 and 12, Franklin St. Clarksville,- Tennessee. We ale pleasure in informing the public that we have now open the ' most complete stock of DRESS GOODS, - " '. SHAWLS, SKIRTS, FLANNELS, NOTIONS, ETC. to be found in the market. Special attention has been paid to the selection of our BootandShoe Department Custommade" and Kastcro for La liri.v Gent's, t Misses and Child ren, and ve are enabled to offer rare inHuroments. ; " IN HEN'S AND BOTS CLOTHING, lVce Goods and Huts, we have tbe most attractive line ever exhibited in his market. 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. — 17 October 1874

THE CHRONICLE .fiTTHOJUS. Editor, T rr TlB tl. IJI ADTiSCE. LAKKSYILLE, 1 : OCT. 17,1874. ' , . ' FOR fiOTEESOB, 1 1 on. JA8. 1). PORTER, -v Of Henry County. FOB C05GBESS, lion. JTVO. F. HOUSE, Of Montgomery. 1X)K SENATOR, Gen. W. A. QUARLES, Of Montgomery. TOR FLOATER, ' Or. W. A. WEST, . , Of Stewart FOR REPEESEXTATITE, Xr. IV. Z. IVorthlnctou. TE1KESSEE ITS PRESENT AND FUTURE. Any one who reads the "Resources of Tennessee," recently published, will learn the important fact that the State has within its borders, every element of independence. It has iron, copper, marble, gypsum and coal ; a soil pro ductive of cotton, tobacco, all the cereals and every variety of fruits, ex cept the tropical, and added to there, a climate that is a happy medium be-. tween the rigor of the North and the i relaxing heat of the farther South, j With abundant water power to drive machinery and navigable rivers to sub- serve the . purposes of export and import, what State in the Union, or what country ...

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