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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 17 October 1874

THE CHRONICLE CLAKKSVU-LE, COT. 17,. tJ4. . g. iutm, , a. a. oaAJnr r :.- KEBLETT GRIST, " -7TBU8HXR8 AHD PR0PB.IXT0E8. UTS or aiivu'i m . : Ob Poiltf pT squsre of Ten Iles or leas. BATES OF ADYEllTiSIXG. l-to'lMo'tMo'f wo HO. SwOABM. 13 MO Square. Si 48i t0! M 1600 tOOi 8;iOM , 30 00 7 6o'l000;120n IS 00 26 00 lOOO'lSOOjUOO 2000 80 00 z Han 4 Sqoares. I1SO0 I860 2000;SOOO 45 00 '2600 0 00 8600 50 00 80 00 !S600 43 00 5000 60 00! Ho 00 ;400:48 00 5600 6000 160 00 Column,. Colt 1 Colnmr Annoanoeraent of marriage and deaths free tributes) of respect and obHoarie half price. , LOriftVILXE AIBHA8HTI1XIA5D 6EEiTOTTHEB!l KAILBOAD. ' OOIKO WORTH. Train No. 2 arrive and leave at 10:30 r. Jf. Train No. 4 leave at 2:10 r. w. ooixo sorTH. Train No". 1 arrive at 4:64 p. Jf. Train No. S arrtTe and learea at 2:22 a. Jf. WNoa. 1 and 4 are mall train. Th candidate for Governor speak here on Thursday next. Thx next annual Conference meets at Fayetteville, Tenn. KixiNGMLatthe Pont office, is pell tng...

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. — 17 October 1874

Sa-xr-n r ii4.- ... Givx us men to meet the following demands : A time like this demand Hlrong minds, great hearts, true faith and ready bands; Mm whom tbe lust of office doe not kill ; Men whom tbe spoils or office cannot buy; Men who posses epinlons and a will: Men who bare .honor meu who will not lie; . Men who can stand before a demagogue And damn bis treacherous flatten with out wtnklngl Tall mcn.Kua-crowned. who lire above tbe fog In public duty, and In private thinking; 'or wbiie tbe rabble, with their thumu- worn creeds, Tbelr large professions, and tbelr little deeds, Mingle in selfish strife, lo! Freedom weeps, Wronit rules tbe land, and waiting Justice sleeps! What the Grange is Doing;. , The Order of Patrons of Husbandry i creating: a perfect reformation throughout the rural districts of Ken tucky and the improvement in the farm clearly shows the happy effects. For (several weeks the editor of the Agri culturist has been addressing from two to five thousand farmers and t...

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. — 24 October 1874

LLE WEEKLY CI R()S ' 1 i . .. VOL. 45. NO 49. CLARKSVILLE, TENN. , SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24 1 1874. WHOLE NO. ,336. CP ALL DESCRIPTIONS, AT NO. 38 FRANKLIN OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, In eonnedjon Svith our "full assortment of 'Metalic and C ASSETS A1TD CASS Yc have excellent Hearses for city and countfyuse. Will furnish Hacks when desired, and supervise preparation of Graves. Jno. F. Couts & Son. Feb. 21, 187-tf. WHOLESALE AND XI os. 11 and 12, Clarksville, - We ake pleasure in informing the public most complete 6tock of DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS, SKIRTS, FLANNELS, NOTIONS, ETC. to be found in the market of our BootandShoe Department Custommade- and Eastern for ' Ladies, Gent's, Misses aud Child ren, and we arc enabled to offer rare inducements. : IN MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING, Piece Goods and Hats, we have the most attractive line ever exhibited in his market. Our Baikal's Shirts are as popular as ever. In the purchase of stock our means give us rare ad vantages in securing our selections 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. — 24 October 1874

THE CHRONICLE R. W. THOMAS, Editor '. 1 TEIK1 t IX ADTyECE. JC LARKSTILLE, OCT, 24, 1874. FOB 60TEE50E, Hon. JAS. D.PORTEK, 'Of Henry County. FOR'COXGRESS, Hon. JNO. F. IIOUSS, Of Montgomery. FOR SENATOR, Gen. W. A. QUARLES, Of Montgomery. FOR FLOATER, ; Dr. W. A. WEST, Of Stewart. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, Dr. IV. JL. IVortliinerton. UNITED STATES SESATORSHIF. Since Mr. Johnson is making a des perate effort to succeed Crownlow in the Senate, as Brownlow succeeded him, as military Governor, it behooves the people of the State, to inquire into ! lits merits and canvass the justice of his claims to that high position. LI ere and there, we find some would-be wise ; man who procIaimsxMr. Johnson to be the greatest statesman of the age, but the times are too critical to authorise an implicit reliance upon his, or the say-so of those whom his cunning may . have beguiled into a false estimate of his intellectual greatness. Therefore, we demand again, the proofs of his statesmanship. After long y...

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. — 24 October 1874

1 THE CHKONICLE CL1RKST1LLE, COT. 24, 1871. J. S. KKBLKTT. J. A. GKAKT KEBLCTT & GKaXT, ' PUBUSHIM AND PBOPEIITORS. bates or ADViKTmtKa : Ob Dollar per square of Ten line or le BATES OF ADTEETISING. HO. SQUAkkB. 1X0 2X0 SXO mo 12 MO Square.. 2 Hquares 3 Mquares... 4 Bqnares J Column.. i Column. Column.. 1 Column 2 50 5 00 4 50 8 00 500 oo 15 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 150 00 1000 15 00 7 50 100011200118 00 1000:1200:1500:20 00 IS 0018 00:20 00130 00 2S00i30 00'S&0050 0O 85 60:41100 150 00 60 00 4000148 00'65 00180 00 Announcement of marriages and deaths free tribute of respect and obituaries half price. I.OI MTILLE AHDXASHVII.I.E ASD 4JREAT ItorTHEKS RAILROAD. 001X0 WORTH. Train No. 2 srrlves and leaves at 10-..T0 P. Jt. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:10 r. . OOf XO SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrives at 4:54 v. M. Train No. t arrives and leaves at $:22 a.m. ar-No. 1 and 4 are mail trains. Rev. J. B. West, spent a few days with his old friends in this city this week. A FIRE can...

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. — 24 October 1874

8LSDAT SCHOOL JlSDBESS . " i . : i ' -i n -. t i e publish, by request, the follow ing address, delivered by Col. T. Y? Dixon, at a Sunday School Celebration of the CoIliDsville Sunday School, last month : I have been requested to address you t o-day on the subject of Sunday Schools. It affords me pleasure indeed to feel aud know that the interest I have manifested for the school is appreciated by ita patrons and pupils, as is indicat ed in the request that brings me before you to-day. Feeble as my efforts may prove, upon this occasion, to do justice to the subject so important to the future of these little people and the best interest of the country, I know that no one feels a deeper or more ab sorbing interest in the all important subject : ' of Sunday Schools than myself. Like many of you, I too have little children growing up, vhoge course in life,Jgr . weal or woe, must soon be shaped, and it behooves me ui'w j iww io mose miereeu uy fostering and building them up, which I conc...

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. — 7 November 1874

WEEK --"iiiKTr-:- . VOL. 45. KO 51. CLARKSVILLE, TENN. , SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1874. OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS, AT NO. 38 FRANKXIN ST., OPPOSITE Til IS POST OFFICE, JNO.i;F.;COUTS"&:SOK. f - it. t In connection with our full assortment of Metalic and Wood Burial GASKETS AND CASES. Vc have excellent Hearses for city and country use. Will furnish Hacks when desired, and supervise preparation of Graves. Jno, 2T. Veb. 21, 1874-4 & rr"i WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, Xtfos, 11 and 12, Franlslin St. Clarksville, -- Tennessee. We ake 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 i the selection ! ot our Boot andShoe Department Custotnmade and Eastern for Ladies, (Jent's, Misses and Child ! ren, and we are enabled to offer rare inducements. IN MEN S AND BOY S CLOTHINii, Piece Goods and Hats, we have the most attractive line ever exhibited in hi...

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. — 7 November 1874

THE CHRONICLE R. W. THOMAS. Editor. TEII l . IS ADVASCE. aJLASXSTILLE, t SOT. ",1874. AFTER THE ELECTION. However satisfactory the result of the election, last Tuesday, the fact is rtill eliminated, that the disaffection in one party, necessarily gives strength to the other. This is as easy of solution as any sum in the Rule of Three. That there should be perfect unity of opin ion, in politic, is a moral impossibili ty, and the nearest approximation to it, is when men ot intelligence, who exert a salutary influence over their neighbors, in a spirit of patriotism and eompromi.se, yield in non-essentials, for the sake of harmony and united action on questions of vital import ance. This is the osly basis for close party union, as is exemplified in well regulated Christian congregations, where there must be, of necassity, hhades of difference on points not es sential to the great work of Halvation, yet they all kneel at the same Com munion table and offer up their devo tions and their h...

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. — 7 November 1874

e THE CHRONICLE CLaRKSYILLE, KOT. 7, 183. , h? JtkBLKTT. J. A. OKA JiEBLETT ORaXT, PUBLISHERS ANO PROPRIETORS. urn or advirtxsticg : One Dollar per sqnare of Ten line or leas. KATES OF AUTERT1SING. WO. BO.TT 48- ' I wo i lco 6 wo IS HO Square 4 50 500 8'JU 16 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 6(H) 8 00,1000 16 00 7 511000 1200 18 00 1000 12 00 1600 20 00 1500: IS 00 2000 HO 00 2 00 30 00 85 00 50 00 3 Ktfctinrex 4 Hquares. Column.. Column 4 Column. 1 t;oluran 35 00 4S 00 5000 WOO 11500 4000148 00 6500 80 00 ! 150 00 I Announcement of marriage and death free tribute or respect and obituaries half price. LOI HVI LLC AX Jf AK II VI I.l.K A H D UREATftorTlTERir RAILROAI. OAnO KOTH. Train So. 2 arrive and leave at 10:50 p. H. Train No. 4 leaven at 2:10 p. m. OOf 80CTH. Train No. 1 arrive at 4:54 r. . Train No. 3 arrive and leave at 5:22 a.m. rNo. 1 anil 4 nre mail train. Election day was bright and un clouded, and was altogether a fine day to whip radicalism "out of its boots." Thk Buildi...

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. — 7 November 1874

THE AIXS 'A PROPHECY- itO )- and lOoV io v and look upon tbat Und, Tbat tar vat Und that few behold. 4 nn An heholdina understand That old, old land which men call new Go Journey with the seasons through Its wastes, and learn how limitless, Tha solemn alienee of that plain Is, ob I so eloquent. The blue And bended akiea aeeia built for It, And all else hmm a yesieraay. An idle tale but illy told. Its story of God alone. For man has lived and gone away And ten bat little heap of atone. Lo! here yon learn bow more than 01 And dignified Is silence, when You hear the petty Jeers of men. llsawfni aolitudea remain Thenceforth for ape a part of you. And jo a have learned your littleness. Home silent red men cross your track ; Home sun-tacned trappers come and go ; Hume rolling seasol buffalo Break thunder 11 keud faraway Against the foot-hills, breaking back Lake breakers of some troubled bay ; ,ome white-tailed antelope blown by Wo airy like; some foxes shy And shado -like move to and fro...

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. — 14 November 1874

HIEK VOL. 42. NO 25. CLARKS VILLE, TENN. , SATURDAY, KOVEMBEK 14, 1874. WHOLE NO. 2,157.iY WI CHROXICI .Li C? ALL DESCRIPTIONS, AT NO. 38 FRANKLIN ST., OPPOSITK THE In connection with our full assortment of JNletahcand CASKETS A2TD CASES. We have excellent Hearses for citv and country use. Will furnish Hncks when desired, Graves. r. Jno.fF. Feb. M.JSTikttj. ; - v WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, KTos. 11 and 12, Franklin St. Clarksville, Tennessee We ake 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 Boot andShoe Department Custommadc and Eastern for Ladies, Gents, Misses and Child' ren, and we are enabled to offer rare inducements. IN MEN'S AND BOY S CLOTHING, Piece Goods and Hats, wc have the most attractive line ever exhibited in his market. Our Ballou's Shirts are as popular as ever. In the purchase of stock 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. — 14 November 1874

THE CHRONICLE R. W. THOMAS, Editor. .1-1 r rtiiu:sTiLLErrt-?fOT.i4. 187. s; -WIIAT JUT C03IE OF IT. ,, h :r;:i.;.. ,! . t " ''The universal outburst of joy thst has followed the pignal defeat of Rsd-' iciliam, ia ao expression of relief which tihows horn deep and general has been thefeelingof depression and hopeless ness, consequent upon years of corrupt misrule. But, ; amidst the JenioDStra tionof joy, so hopefel cf a happier 1 attire for a government well haigh de stroyed by tie madness and folly cf iu own citizens, how few pauso ta re flect upon the b! tuition and -weigh the mponsibilitie it devolves tipon those whohaYC woo the victory! .Radical ism is. paralysed, but not dead. -If Conservativo-Pemocracy displays the wisdom demanded by the importance of the crisis, the Radical party cannot j innif sarrive tha khock it has received, i bat a grave blunder of the next Con- j rwie innovation upon long esiao Kreroav galvanize it int renewed j lilhed osee Pn another, and none lif and v...

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. — 14 November 1874

THE CHRONICLE CLA RKS YILLE, SOT. 14, 1874. j. a. icsBLrrt. - J. a. cbakt ; ' SO LETT ft GRIST, PCS LIBBERS AST PROPRIETORS. una 09 ACviRTiBixa -Odi Dollar per sonare of Ten Ubm or less. RATES OF ADTERIISLJG. 0. BO,T.". 10 10 Hqnar J JO! 4 & rtul 8 SO i001 9 0U (m!iouo,15oo IS 00 20 00 25 00 89 00 45 00 so on 115 00 150 00 I gkiuare (iolama.. 'J Col a ra a Column. 1 Column , 7 W10 ao'120U'I8 00 10 (HI US 0011500 20 001 1500 18 00 .2(1 00;. SO Oil 25e0;80 85 W 48 4000:48 00 ! 35 00 'hO 00 00 ' 50 00 AO 00 Ou'6500iMf 00 Announcement of marriage and deatba free tribute of respect and obituaries half price. " LOriRVILLE ASfDSASHVIIXE AID CHEAT BOrTHERBT KiXBOAI. OOIWO KOltTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at UeSO r. . Train No. 4 leaves at 2:10 r. r. eotxa SOCTH. Train No. 1 arrive at 4:54 r. M. Train Ko. S arrive and leave at S:22 A.. rNM. l and 4 are mail train. CLAKKSYILLE CHliOMCLE. Established 1833. We publish below a brief historical sketch of the CnROXiCl.K, furnished us by ...

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. — 14 November 1874

AIXES , LEATfS. , ; The dvlng summer lad spilled it blood, Oh, the beautiful weather! On all the old onk-leavea 'n the wood As we went out lOKcther. The partridge sprang from the yellowing Oh, the beautiful weather! Anil sang the song of a bridal morn A we went out together. The wind came gathering up his bands, Ob, the changeful weather! And a shadow wjttled m all the lands An we weat oat together. The red leaves tumbled among the rocks. The cruel, cruel wefttner! Like btrda shot Meed! ug out l Hocks, As we went out together ; 1 hid youunder Uie sheltering vines From the cruel, cruel weather. fiat the cold rain "sobbing on all the leaves. And the dry grass on the heather. The silent heart that aches and grieves, Kuuw It is wintry weather. t,ippineutVr November. GRANT 1.3TD LOUISIANA. Judge Jere. Black's Summing Up of the Constitutional Law Touching -' ExerutlT Interference1. t 1,1 i, ' .J ' The President Twice Wrong. To tht Editor of the New York Herald : I have read with great in ...

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. — 21 November 1874

win n i ii I i m '.' VOL, 42.--NO 26. CLARKSVILLE, TENN. , SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1874.' f whole m:r,m. 0? ALL 'DESCRIPTIONS-0 !AT 'NO 38 T FBANKLIN ST., OPPOSITE THE JNO. E. COUTS & SON. In connection with'our Furniture Business, we keep a full assortment of Metalic and AVood Burial gaskets" aStd 'oases. AVc have excellent Hearses for city and countryuse. "NVill vfurnisli Ilackft Avhen desired, antL super preparation of (irnvesC ----- : '" v'- - Jno. F. Feb. 21. 1S71-U. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, - rJo3. 11 and 12, Franklin St. Clarksville, Tennessee We ake pleasure in informing the public that we have now open the most complete stock of DRESS HOODS, SHAWLS, SKIRTS, FLANNELS, NOTIONS, ETC. to be found in the market. Special attention lias been paid to the selection of our BootandShoe Department Custowmade and Eastern for Ladies, Gent's, Misses and Child ren, and we ar enabled to offer rare inducements. IN MEN'S AND BOTS CLOTHING, Piece Hoods and Hats, we have the most attrac...

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 November 1874

the chronicle; R. W. THOMAS, Editor. MU 1 - KI ABTASCI. cLiBrsmxE,": : sot. -i;is7i. THE CTBBESCT QCESTI03. It more to b dreaded than any other which threatens the harmony of the Democratic party, in the near fu ture. Those of the eastern and mid dle States atand, on this question, side by aide, with the Radicals and are, of course, for the earliest return to a gold basis and consequent contraction to en hance the raluef of concentrated capi tal, and prolong, in the hands of mo nopolies, that money power which has corrupted the government and op pressed the people almost to the point of rain to both. .Whilst such is the jolicy of those Democrats who have imbibed the spirit of extreme Radical ism and adopted its policy on this im rortant subject those of the West and fcHMith, who represent the vital inter ects of agriculture and labor; favor expansion of the currency as the most effective means of stimulating produc tion and securing its cheap access to the markets of the world. . ' ...

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 November 1874

THE CHRONICLE CLiltKSTILLE, HOY. 21, 1874. i. a. MKHI.BTT. J. A. OKAKT SEBLETT fiRINT, PCBLISHIRJ? AND rROrBJETORfl. atm or a DVonsiffl : On Dollar per square of Teu line or 1 RATES OF ADVERTISING. 10' Jo'0 MO 1SHO I Hqnar S Hquare S Kquarea. Column.. , Column. l Column-. 1 Column... 150! 4 6 00 1 8 50 j 600 oo;iooo U0I1200 O0 15O0 7 50 1 0 1000 12 1500 .U S&OOiW 00,2000 00 SS00 &5 00;4 00 Ml 00 00 '66 00 40 00,48 Announcement of marriage and deaths free tribute of respect and obituaries half price. . . - LOCIftVILLE AJTOWASHVIXLEASD - ' CHEAT SOCTHEKJJ BAILKOAD. COIXQ FORTH. Train 2o. 4 arrive and leave at 125 a. m. Train No. 4 leave at 2:20 p. x. OOIHO SOUTH. Tram No. 1 arrive at (1:22 p. x. Train No. a arrives and leave at 3:43 a.m. HNm. 1 and 4 are mall train. ST. LOUS. The Great Bridge Custom House Merchants' Exchange 8t Louis and Southeastern Railway, Etc On Tuesday, 10th inst, we started on a business trip to the magnificent city of St. Louis. The usual run of a few m...

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 November 1874

Who told me. when I complained of no v. erty, that we had enough u be tbankfnl for and lo make us nappy, i BV W. J. PLATER. That's true, toy dear, I had for&ot Tiiere other are throughout the land Who share than lis a fur V orse lot Who It vp, Indeed, 'lo aionth Irom hsnd. Yes. ves; you'r right, 111 not complain. Nor envy thoee who live In store Far more than we. Sunshineand rain o:oc in the liven of richund poor. ne question still remains, you know : Jtd rich folk work for all they own ? 1 kh hill or valley, either, ahow The fruit of nothing they've town? I f not. 1 ask wh at uood t hey 've done To lienetlt the human race? r, if bv fraud they've riches won, lie wealth entitle them to "place"? Perhaps by stinginess they've gained The wealth thai iiiaaethein"putou style," Hut oh, the human heart they've pained And made to High instead of emllel v Iou't talk of churches and of creeds l'.uHl irH trust my iod alone: lie msdcusall and bv our deed . i And not blind lailh we'll reach 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. — 28 November 1874

fee "Wp2" !'H 4 ' 5. VOL. 42.--NO 27; CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1874. WHOLE NO. 2,155. CLAK i 4 i r 1 1 v2a V e EES N IS U E 1 ? .' i- r v OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, AX NO. 38 FRANKLUT , r 1 OPPOSITE THE JNO. F. GOUTS & SON. iiiiiiiiiie In connection with our Furniture Business, we keep a full assortment of Metalic and Wood Burial " C ASSETS AND CASES. . f '-- We have excellent Hearses furnish Hacks when desired, Graves. -1 . Jno. F. Feb. 21, 1874-1 f. WHOLESALE AND Hos. 11 and 12, Clarksville We ake 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 j 01 our i. .. Boot andShoe Department Custominade and Eastern for Ladies, Gent's, Misses and Child" ren, end we are enabled to offer rare indiKtnents. IN MEN'S AND BOTS CLOTHING. - Piece Goods and Hats, we have the most attractive line ever exhibited in his market...

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 November 1874

THE CHRONICLE R. W. THOMAS. Editor. TUtl . Sf 'A DTAfrCJU - ' ! '. i i - EC030XY kSV REFORM From all we. can gather from our State exchanges, we are satisfied that (be Legislators 'elect, embody more vhan as average amount of intellect, and thia fact leads us to expect a cor responding show of wisdom in meas ures of relief for th people. We are not so Utopian in our views, as to believe that the State debt ean be wiped oat, by a legislative enactment except on the Johnsonian theory but do be lieve that a system of economy can be inaugurated which will make that debt lighter, and satisfy the people that the honor of the State ean be upheld with out ruin to their material interests Public sentiment clearly demands legis- lition that will protect and foster agri culture, the Bouree of all wealth, as well as the interests of labor, upon whatever honest pursuit it may be ex pended. No class legislation is need ed to ensure this protection, and the first step should be a general law re qu...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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