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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 28 November 1874

THE CHRONICLE CLAKKSriLLE, OY. 28, lg4. .f seblett & wkIst,' FirBLlft&lfts' AJfn PaoPMtTOBS, . .: " , .ati or advmteji j. Ons Dollar pr Kjaare of Ten 11 net or leas. EATES OF ADVERTISING. J ' I BO. NMIM- iaoliit'tio I2KO .a . i I 1 Square... Jij 430! S0! S00 16 00 SUOl sOOllOOOllol! 2000 z 1M I Mqaares 4 Squares. 7 50'100(i:iZU 1000 12 00:1500 SOOOi SOW Gfoiamo .;25oc.i)oo S500 5ooo so oo l coiamni4000i4t'5600iW'00i w oo . ' Annoaneeraent of marrlaar n deaths free tribatea or resrn'ct and obituaries lsalf price. i -.- ;, LorXSVILLE AWDK ASHTIUE AKU 41RCAT HOCTItERX KAI.BOA. " ' OOIHO KORTH. Trmia No. 2 arrives and leave at 125 A. M. Trala No. 4 leave at 5t20 r. w. OOISOSOPTH. Train No. 1 arrive at :22 p. M. Train So. -arrlv and leave at 5:43 A. M. avwNo. land 2 are mail train. ' 20,000 Bushels of, Pittsburg Coal just received by F. P. Gracey & Bro. Nov. 2S-2w. K. D. A"s. December 17th and 18th Is Green ?ounty hogs are Helling at .kIx cents per pound on foot.' The first s...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 28 November 1874

' vsFiirnrimm is cimo. Asta!ar Developments Through In. JJelils. From the Cairo, (111.) OartUe. If any men living has steeled his heart and closed his ears against the no-called "truths of Spiritualism," that man is the editor of this paper. Evidence which would hare thorough ly convinced us of the genuineness of a scientific achievement, of a com mercial transaction or any natural wonder, would, if given in support of the reality of Spiritualism, have fallen upon incredulous ears. The Daven ports we saw, only to be disgusted by their transparent trickery. Fay, in -his coat cheat a feat that has excited the wonder and admiration of thou sands we saw in the act of flinging his own coat. Mrs. Ferris we saw, only to be surprised that her decep tions did cot bring her into difficulty. W haTe sat in private circles heard mysterious raps intelligently respond to .mental questions seen animated tables .resist the strength of muscular men and follow the finger of a feeble woman all this, an...

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 December 1874

EEM w II ii i i n i ' in VOL. 42. NO 23. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1874. ; " WHOLE NO. 2,160. 1 f v OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS, AT HO. 38 FRANKLIN OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, JNO. F. COCTS & SON. In connection with our Furniture Business, we keep a full assortment of Metalic and Wood Burial CASKETS A1TD CASES. We have excellent Hearses for city and country use. Will furnish Hacks when desired, and supervise preparation of Graves. Jno F. Gouts & Son. Feb. 21, 1871-tt WHOLESALE AND Bios. 11 and 12, Clarksville, - We ake pleasure in informing the public most complete stock of IltESS GOODS, SHAWLS, SKIRTS, FLANNELS, NOTIONS, ETC. to be found in the market. Special attention has been paid to the selection f our Boot andShoe Department C'ustommado and Eastern for Ladies, Cent's, Mises ami Child reu, and we are enabled to offer rare inducements. IN MEN'S AND BOTS CLOTHING, , Piece Goods and Hats, we have the niost attractive lino ever exhibited in bin market. Our Baikal's Sh...

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 December 1874

THE CHRONICjljlj E. TV. THOMAS. Editor. - - . W I . . ; 1 CLLKKSTILLE ? BECT5. 1S7 1. RADICAL ..ASSCHTTIOXS JLXD; STATES K1U1I IS. Sinci tie November defeat of the Radical,' they find that the' outrage clap-trap is do lunger available and the Chicago Tribune, the . most specious and unscrupulous of their organs, ia order to check the tide or revolution, and give its party one chance to escape extermination, ceases to harp upon what the southern Democrat are re ported tohavedoneandinveighsagainst what 'they will do. The point upon which the Tribune hinges the new de parture and its special pleadings, are embodied in this single sentence lhat doctrine, (states ngnfs; can not be abandoned by the Democratic party, without a disbandment of the party itself. Every, man ' who knows anything about the origin of our government, is aware that the thirteen original Colo nies fought the war of the Revolution as independent sovreipnties ; that the victory left them independent States But after e...

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 December 1874

THE CHRONICLE CLARKSVILLE, DEC 5, 18 U. I. s. kkblxtt. . t. a. esLAxr Jt'EELETT CRIST, 1 rrBLissras akd propbjxtoe8. AATBS OV A1)VSKT1BIS : One Dollar per square of Ten lines or lea. RATES OF ADVERTISING. KO. S4TAftKg. mo 12 MO Square. Z 0 4 50 800 10 5X) 8 00! 10 (K) IS 0) 7 50 10 00 1200 18 00 15 oo 20 00 25 00 30 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 150 00 z Hqo 8 4qaarea 4 Hqaare 4 Colnnn.. Z t"olama Kl Colama 1 Colamn 1000 12 00 1500, 20 00 15 00 IS 00 20 00 30 00 12500 80 00 3500 5000 i5 00 4S0u,&yOO 60 00 i4000:4tt 00 5500,8000 Announcement of marriage and deaths free tributes of respect and obituaries half price. LOCISVILLE AJf D Jf ASHT1XIJB AS GREAT SOCTHERJf RAILROAD. OIXO JCORTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 125 A. M. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:20 p. m. OOISOSOCTH. Tra n No. 1 arrives at 852 r. . Train No. t arrives and leavas at 3:45 M. -No. 1 and 2 are mail trains. 20,000 Bushels of Pittsburg Coal just received by F. P. Giacey & Bro. Nov. 2S-2w. The 44th Congress meeU next ...

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 December 1874

"Aro6e" by any other name would be "got up." Two heads are better than one especially in a barrel. The bamp of : destructiveness a railway collision. There are various stations in life, but the least desirable is a police station. " '. " What is the difference between a wise man and a ailor? One ia a far seeing man and the other sea-faring man. A Michigan man has hit upon a hap py expedient of getting rid of the rheumatism. lie crowded it down to his two fingers, and then had them amputated. ; A Cincinnati woman used to think paralysis a dangerous thing, but since her husband ecjnes home twice a week with such a stroke of it that he has to be carried up the steps, she rather Bcoffsatit.. An economical tourist has written a pamphlet on "Where to go when you haven't much meney." It will be read with interest, for there ia no good plaee to go to in this world under such cir cumstances. . , ........ ... .-... ..--:-' f A Chicago pork-packer, whose pew rent was raised to $25, exclaimed :...

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. — 12 December 1874

ON CLAKKSyiLLE, TEKN., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12,1874. ;-;-JYPLE-NO.;f,16tj: VOL. 42.-NO 29. T 5 :i OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS, At NO. 38 FRANKLIN ST., OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, JNO. F. COTJTS & SON. In connection with our Furniture Business, we keep a full assortment of Motnlic and Wood Burial CASKBTS ASTD CASES. We have excellent Hearses for titvand country use. Will furnish Hacks when desired, and supervise preparation of (J raves. Jno. P. Couis & Son. Feb. Z, lK74-tf. as WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, HTon. 11 and 12, Franklin St. Clarksville, Tennesse e We akc pleasure in informing the public that we have now open the most complete stock of D11ES3 GOODS, SHAWLS, SKIRTS, FLANNELS, NOTIONS, ETC. to be found in the market. Special r.tteniion has been paid to the selection BootandSlioe Department ('uMnnimade and Eastern for Ladies, Gents, Misses aud Child ren, and we are enabled to offer rare inducements. IN MEN'S AND BOY S CLOTHING, Piece Goods and TIats, wc have the most attractive l...

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 December 1874

THE CHRONICLE E. W. TII03LLS. Editor ' TERMS ttZ.OO IX AnVAXfK. CLAREMILLE, s : DF.C 12, 1874. THE SEXATOnSHlT. j 1 ' The press of the State id" in a fever isa excitement about who', shall be ,U S. Senator Much of this excitement is purely personal, or local, and savor etrongly of a purpose to dictate to the Legislature which, alone, has the right to say who shall be Senator.- TLc memberi of the Legislature are from every county and Senatorial District in the State, aDd it. is, at least, fair to presume that xhey are as competent to know the popular will as those who Toliintccr to instruct them. It is their true policy, however, as the Ap peal. argues, to meet in .council and fairly and dispassionately canvass the claims and the 'strength of each aspi rant, dropping the hindmost, until the choice is narrowed down to one, and then elect him as soon as possible, in order that excitement may be allayed, and the business of the session be re lieved of the embarrasing topic. . It was nev...

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. — 12 December 1874

THE CHRONICLE CLAKKST1LLE, DEC. 12, 1874. J. a. MKBLETT. J. A. 9KAKT XEBLETT & CE1XT, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. On Dollar per square of Teu lines or le KATLS OF AD.KJillbttU. kxojbMo i 1 HO. J MO 2 MU 12 mo Rqnare. 2 Suare S HquareB 4 Aitnsra. Col iiran,. 4 Colam j Column I c- ra n 2 i S It) 4 0 15 00 20 00 25 00 SO 00 45 O0 M) 00 115 00 150 00 gOi)' 100015 00 7 St)1 10 Wl' 1200 100 JlO'W 12 00 1600 20 00 .jlSOO ISOO'2000 80 00 .25 00i30 00'X500;o)00 .85 00 43 00 00 :W00 .140 00148 0066 00180 00 Announcement of marriage and deaths free irltmtes of recpect and obltnarlea half price. LOriSTILLE AXOXASHT1XI.EAXD (BEAT SOITIIERX BAILBOAD. OOISO JSORTTf. Train Xo. 2 arrive and leaves at 12:05 A. f. Train No. 4 leaves at 2.20 P. X. GO IS (J SOUTH. Tra n So. 1 arrive at 6:22 p. M. Train No. -Nos. S arrives and leave at 3:15 A.M. I and 2 are mail train. The Supreme Court is in session in Na.-hviile. We are indebted to Crusman for copies of papers. Capt J. J. New Orleans Maj. A. F.Goff...

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 December 1874

" 1 ljCont1nue3 tromrsTpagoT teromfeoTWlien'iBuch 6rpor'slion abtttateiy accessary to tttsia Borne freat and beneficial end, cot otherwise attainable, they may form an excep tion; bat, even then, the State should reflerreasupervUinjr power sufficient to protect its citizens from their .baneful influence. . . . Internal improvements by the Gen eral Government are unwise, and ought never to be undertaken, except in canes of paramount necessity, and when single State power is insufficient or impracticable. From this rule, I would expressly except the Mississippi river and itaiaiportanttributaries, such as the Tennessee, Cumberland, Ohio and others. In the language of one of our greatest statesmen, it is rather an inland sea than a common river. The great drawback to agriculture being the high rate of transportation, it is the duty of the "Government to use every possible constitutional power to afford water transportation, whereby the farmer may obtain a market for is produce, at such ...

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 December 1874

KB VI CHRONIC v-A VOL. 4:-'-N0 30..' ! : CLARKSyiLIE; TENN;,;SATURPAY,;DECEMBER J9;i874: WHOLE NO. 2,162. Y .'... '0. OP. ALL DESCRIPTIONS, ' AT NO. f 38 - FRANKLIN; ST., fl J OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE, JNO. E. COTJTS & SON. In connection with our Furniture Business, we keep a full assortment of Jletalic and Wood Burial CASKETS AND CASES. Wc have excellent Hearses for city and country use. Will furnish Hacks when desired, and supervise preparation of Graves. ' Jno- F. Feb. 21. Is7t-tf. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, Wos. 11 and 12, Franlilin St. Glarksville," Tennessee We ake pleasure in informing the rublic 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 Customniade and Eastern for Ladies, Gent's, Misses and Child ren, and ire are enabled to offer rare inducements. IN MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING, Picce Goods and Hats, we ha...

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 December 1874

THE CHRONICLE R. f. THOMAS. Editor. V TERHH t 93.00 I!f ADTAKCE. CJiARKSTILLE, J : .DEC. 19, 1S74. TEXAS PACIFIC BAILROAD. 'The move made in the 'Senate, to secure government aid for the comple tion of the Texas Pacific Railroad, is one which the whole South 6hould second. It is one of those invaluable improve inents which is beyond the ability of one, or two States to consummate, and this fact brings it within the scope of Federal authority. But our advocacy of tha project, is , not based, alone, upon its value in the extension of commerce throughout the entire coun try, and ia developing the mineral and agricultural resources of a vast terri tory the life-giving power of skill and industry. We ask it as an act of jus tice of compensation doc to the South for losses sustained and advant ages taken of it, by the strong arm of sectional domination. . The Northern Pacific road and its branch-- were built, aa every one un derstands, with an eye to the exclusive interests of the Northth...

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 December 1874

THE CHRONICLE CL1EKST1LLE, DEC. 19, 1874. t. B. XKBLSTT. 1. A. QBAXT KEELETT t GRIST, PCBLIEUEE3 AXD paOPEIITOM. atu or ADTZsraiKa : On Dollar per square of Ten linen or la KATES OF ADVERTISING. ICO. BQ,TJAks. lXO' Sko MO MO a mo Square 2 hkiuares S Hquarea. 4 ruares Column.. y. Column. JS0 4 50 600 too 15 00 is no 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 600; 8 0 1000 7 fill ' 10 00; 12 00 18 00! 1000 1J 00; 1500 20 00 lfi 00 18 00 2000 i00 2500 30 00135 00 50 00 Cola OQ W , lO W iW lU UU W 115 00 I Col am a 14000.48 00 i500. 80 OOi 150 00 Announcement of marriages and deaths free tributes, of repect and obituaries half price. LOriftTILLE AJDJASlIVIIJLKAJr GREAT MnUEKX BAIEROAD. OOIKO WORTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 12:05 A. K. Train No. 4 leaves at 20 p. . OOI SO SOCTH. Tra n No. 1 arrives at 6:22 r. . Train No. S arrives and leaves at 3:15 A.X. 9-Nos. 1 and 2 are mall trains. Clarksville Grange meets on Saturday, 2Gth inst. Miss Jeamk Pattirson was at Athens, Term., on the 17th ins...

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. — 19 December 1874

WE1HT, tOmK RESTLESS,HOJrr- . T. i BT FATHKR KTAX. Weary hearts! wmt, arts I by re of life oppressed. . , Yearn wandering In the shadows, ye are slrvbiog for the rest; There w darkness in Uie heaven and the earth is bleak below. And the Joy we taie to-day may to-morrow tarn to woe. Wery hear, ! God Is rest. Lonely hearts! lonely heart ! tla bnt a land of grief; Ye are pining for repose, ye are longing for relief; Wbst the world hath never given, kneel and ask of God above, - - And your grief shall lorn to -dadoes, you lean upon Hi love. Lonely uerats! Uod Is love. KestleMhearU! restless hearts ! e are toil ing night and day, .... And Hie flowers of lue all withered, leave but thorns along your way ; Ye are are walling till your tolling here shall cease. And yourever restless throbbing is a sad, tout prayer for peace. token hearts! broken hearts! ye are des- - olate and lone, And low voice from the past o'er your present rams moan ; Jn the sweetest of your pleasures there was MUoreet...

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 December 1874

T HEONKILE. ; CLARKSVILLEj TENN.V SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1874. WHOLE NO. 2,163. VOL. 42.--NO l; .mm ji i m .. i m j --mm. U V V .1111 U A U 1 H PUBNIT:TJBE ! OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, AT NO. 38 FRANKLIN ST., OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, JNO. F. COUTS & SON. DIBEBTAKIIB In-connection with our Furniture Business, we keep a J assortment of Metalic and Wood Burial GASKETS AND Wc have excellent Hearses for city and country use. Will famish Hacks when desired, and supervise preparation of Jno. P. Gouts cfe Son. Feb. 21, lict-tr. WHOLESALE AND W03. 11 and 12, Clarksville, ' nlcnro in informing 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 Customraade and Eastern for Ladies, Gent's, ren, and we are enabled to offer rare inducemenU. IN MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING, VIppo firmda and Hats, we have the most his market. Our Ballou's Shirts . i c o. Tn tha Tin mn. n...

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. — 26 December 1874

THE CHRONrCLK E. W. THOMAS, Edlti TEKIM l2.w IX ADVASfE. Tt AltlSTILLE, t t DEC 28. 1S7I: PROSPECT 1SD RETKOSPECT. This if our last issue for the year 1874, tod we would forward it to our readers with far ereater pleasure, could we in vite them to look back over the past tirrlve months, upon such a ecene ol widespread pro.-perity.public virtueand happiness as are the legitimate fruits of our institutions, when guided by integrity and wisdom. But, we may extend the retrospect over more than ten years, and find no green ppotnpon which memory can dwell with a single emotion of pride or pleasure. Such a review recalls only an extent of official corruption unparalelled, in any age, or country since the dawn of civiliza tion. Government precept and ex ample have demoralized the people un til individuals and communities have thrown off all allegiance to that high integrity, without which government is a curse, and society, a combination of the vicious and the criminal. Of course we do not ...

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 December 1874

THE CHRONICLE CLARKSTILLE, DEI'. 26, 1874. , a. KEBLETT. 1. A. OKAST XEBLETT k GRIST, PCBLISUEE3 AKD PEOrKIITORS. KATES OF ADTKKTMIVa: Ont Dollar per square of Ten line or le HATES OF ADVERTISING. sto. tftoisu. ixo 2 MO MO 12 MO Square. 2 H-i unres H Hqaares. 4 Square. W Col a in ii Column. Column t Column 8 50 'o! 15 00 20 00 25 00 SO 00 45 00 HO no 6 l0 8 W'lOOo! 1&00 7 5U10 0012001H 00 IOOO!lSWl5500:2UOO 1500 1800 20 00 8000 2500 30 00'SSOQ 50 00 So 00 '43 00 6000 6000 115 00 .140 00,48 00 6500 80 001 150 00 Announcement or marriages and deaths free tributes of respect and obituaries half price. toriSTULE ASDSAH1TIUEAXD CHEAT ROmiERS RAILROAD. OOISO HOKTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 126 A. M. Train Xn. 4 leaves at 2:20 P. M. UOINQ SOCTH. Tra n No. 1 arrives at 6:22 r. M. Train No. S arrives and leaves at 4:15 A.M. " -No. land 2 are mall trains. A hippy TllRISTUAS AND NEW Yeab TO ALL. Read the tpecial notice published by Bloch Bros, in this issue. Remember the poor belo...

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. — 26 December 1874

n TEE ERA OF PJCJLCE. ' ' ? 7. v; . .r : - w The' New' Tork Journal of Com merce, one of the ablest journals in this country, commenting on the pres ent state of feeling at the South, says : That northern man must be crosg grained and very hard to please who is not satisfied with the conduct of the southern whites since the election.- They have won a great victory in break ing the backbone ot' the powerful com bination of carpet-taggers and usgro dopes which has long misgoverned their country. In the revolution they have wrought they are sus tained by the public sentiment which has triumphed at the North. Thefsce tb-tt ihey are in happy accord with the majority of voters in the nor thern States, for the first time since the close of the war. This emboldens them to speak out their minds freely and in full confidence that they will be understood and appreciated. And they are doing so in a way that leaves no doubt of their sincerity. The tone of the southern press is "simply admira ble...

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 January 1875

c -ua -mew-aoc .j,"-!1 EEK: 1 VOL. 42. NO 33 CLARKSVILLE, TEM.y SATURDAY, JANUARY 9,1875. WHOLE NO. 2,H5. GLAE i8V WI Y CLLRQNIOLE. P.U-RNITtr-R-'E:.! 1 " OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, AT NO. 38 FRANKLIN ST., OPPOSITE TIIK JNO. F. COUTS & SON: In connection with our Furniture Business, we keep a assortment of Metal ic and Wood Burial CASKETS AUD CASES. Wc have excellent Hearses for city and country use. Will furnish Hacks when desired, Graves. Jno. F- Feb.! 21, 1874-tt WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, Itfos. 11 and 12, Franklin St. Clarksville, -- Tennesse e 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 i a the market. Special attention has been paid to the selection of our Boot andShoe Department Custommade and Eastern for Ladies, Gent's, Misses and Child ren, and we are enabled to offer rare inducements. - IN MEN'S AND BOYS CLOTHING, Piece Goods and Hats, we have the most attractive...

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 January 1875

THE CHRONICLE E. TV. THOMAS, Editor. TIKIS (. 1ST ADTAJfCE. CLARKSVILLE, J1T. 9, 1875. CUBEEXCY ITS RELATIONS TO UOVEUXMEiT. . We are told by those who advocate an early return to specie payments. that an amount of gold equivalent to the volume of currency, is not all es sential, because a very limited amount of paper will be presented for redemp tion. This assumption is obviously, based upon the supposition that the people are so well satisfied with the currency they have, that they will not care to exchange it even lor gold. It is true that the people are satisfied with the currency they have their onlv regret beinz that there is not enough of it but it is a false assump tion that this satisfaction isattnbuta ble to the fact that the government has promised to redeem the greenbacks with gold. On the contrary, as we be lieve. this confidence is based, to i greater extent, upon the stability of tbe government and the wealth of the country, which is pledged to make pood its promises ...

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