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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 9 January 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLAKKSYILLE, JIN. 9, 1875. J, S. KXBLKTT, J. A. GRAFT XEBLETT ft GBAST, PUBLISHI&S AND PROPRIETORS. batks or astxbtuimo: On Dollar per square of Ten line or leu. RATES OF ADYERTISIXG. 0. SQ.UABBB.1 1KO JMO MO MO IS MO Rqnare. HO 6 (W 7 50 600 1000 12tK) 1500 20 00 roo 15 00 18 00 20 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 30 00 45 00 80 00 2 Kqaarea. 3 Ho, u ares.-. 4 KUreB. Column... Column 4 Column 1 Column 10 lOUUi 12 15 00118 25 00 30 35 00i43 40 OBMte 80 00 85 00 50 00 00 1 50 00 S0 00 00 6500180 00 115 00 150 00 Announcement of marriages and deaths free tributes of respect and obituaries half price. LOUISVILLE AND Jf ASIIYIXLE AND OKEAT SOCTIIEKM BAILKOAD. B3IMO NOKTH. Train No. ! arrives and leaves at 12:05 A. it. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:20 r. x. OOINO SOUTH. Trait So. 1 arrives at 6:22 p. x. Train No. 3 arrives and leaves at 8:45 A.M. Nos. 1 and 8 are moll trains. J. J. Rawls was elected Coroner last Monday. We publish an interesting letter from Stewart county, by "Rambler," ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 9 January 1875

(N State of the Wheat Xarket. .The features of oar. ""heat market the past week have presented a pleas ing contrast to those of the preceding week. The more favorable advices from Europe adverted to at the close of our lastjrcview and still later ad viced thence of a similar character, have given quite an impulse to the market, stimulating the export de mand very materially, and but for the scarcity of tonnage, a much larger bus iness would have resulted. The de mand has been chiefly confined to No. 2 spring, and has iieen mainly to fill English orders. The Continental orders generally caooot be filled, as there is no steamer room here. The latest advices from France, Germany and Italy are rather important ; prices continue to advance, which is contrary to the general expectation, and this to us is conclusive proof that they have no considerable surplus for export. Their stocks of old were exhausted ere the beginning of September, and with very short crops of coarse grains and veget...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 16 January 1875

EEKLY R0NI E. JLJ VOL. 42.-NO -34. CLARKSVILLE, TENN.,, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16 1875. WHOLE NO. 2,165. CIjARKSYIIjIjE WJ i FURNITURE ! . OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, AT NO. 38 FRANKLIN ST., OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, JNO. F. COUTS & SON. In connection with our Furniture Business, we keep a 11 assortment of Metalic 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. Gouts cS. Son. Feb. 21. lS74-tf. lit WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, Nos. 11 and 12, Franklin St. Clarksville, Tennessee We akc 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 Custommade and Eastern for Ladies, Gent's, Misses and Child ren, and wc arc enabled to offer rare inducements. IN MEN'S AND BOTS CLOTHING, Piece Goods an...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 16 January 1875

THE CHRONICLE E. TV. THOMAS. Editor. TERMS $2.M) 1ST ADVAJfCE. C L1EKSTILLE, : : JIN. 16J1875. GaST, LOUISIANA, SHEBIDAS. Prior to his second election, we pub lished it u oar opinion, that if suc cessful, Grant would never leare the "White House without the interven tion' ot force, or its equivalent, such an outburst of public indignation as precedes voilent measures. No sooner wps his second election secured than his purpose to hold on to power, for life, manifested itself in open preparations to secure a third election. As long as this scheme seemed to work smoothly, he was apparently content to let his popularity in the North quietly work out the required result, but the storm whic'u burst upon him in November, changed the aspect of passing events and, learning therefrom, the extreme uncertainty of a third term, through the agency of the ballot box, he at once, resolved, as his last chance, to appeal to the cartridge box. Know ing that he had won his first and second terms upon n...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 16 January 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLARKSYILLE, JAX 16, 1SJ5. J. 8. NKBLKTT, J. A. SKAKT XEBLETT & GK15T, PUBLISHERS AND TBOPRISTOKS. KATES OP ADTEKTIRINQ : One Dollar pr square of Ten lines or less. KATES OF ADTEKTISLXG. BO. SftUABKS. lxo 2ko XO MO 12XO Bfinare... 2 Squares , 3 Squares ,,. 4 Squares... Oulunin. -; Column 2 50 4 50 8 00 600 9 30 15 00 2C 00 2o00 3(' 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 6 00 7 5.1 1000 1200 15 00 18 00 10 00 1000112 00 1500; 20 00 150Ol(f 00120 OOIS0 00 2500:30 00 35 00'aO 00 -4 Column. 1 Column. 35 00143 00150 00160 00 i000i48 00'6500i80 00 150 00 Announcement of marriages and deaths rrM tributes of respect and obituaries half price. LriYILI.EAJSDJfARIIYIIXEAKD UREAT BOCTIIERH KAILROAD COIKQ NORTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 12:05 A. u, Train No. 4 leaves at 2:20 P. K. GOING SOUTH. Tra n No. 1 arrives at 6:22 p. X. Train No. 3 arrives and leaves at 6:15 a.m. ra-Nos. 1 and 2 are mall trains. Pa V your subscription. Toe Ice crop is abundanj nearly all the ice bouses in the ci...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 16 January 1875

MY SATIYK LAND, MY TESJfESSEE, The following beautiful and impos ing lines were written in 1839, by Gen. Albert Pike, at the request of an ac complished Tennessee .lady. They have never before appeared in print, cave in a private collection of poems, printed for distribution among the author's friends. We have taken the liberty of transcribing them from a copy of this. volume, in the hands of a friend in this city, deeming them too valuable to be longer hidden from the world. Memphis Old Folki Record. The onet flings npon'the sea ' IUKOlden guh of life and light; The wave with pleasant melody On the while mads are sparkling bright; Old ocean, round hU many isles. Like a fair infant sleeping smiles; Ho would I sleep, and dream of thee. My own, my native land, my Tennesiieo! Tfllll mountains with their snowy cones, Fair inland, bathed in sunshine, blase ; Like gray-haired gianU on their thrones, Crowned with the young dawn's golden rays. Toward them I lean, and fain would lie Guarded ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 23 January 1875

OMR JU VOL. 42. NO 35. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1875. WHOLE NO. 2,167. WEEKLY S 11 I;. FURNITURE-' ! ; . OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS, AT NO. 38 FRANKLIN ST.: OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE, JNO. F. COUTS & SON. ' In connection with our Furniture Business, we keep a U assortment of Metalic and Wood Burial CASKETS AXTD CASES. Wc have excellent Hearses for city and country use. Will furnish Hacks when desired, and supervise preparation of Graves. Jno. F. Feb. 21, 1874-tf. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, Hos. 11 and 12, Franklin St. larksville, - - Tennesse e We ate pleasure in informing the public that we have now open the most complete Block 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 Eastern for Ladies, Gent's, Misses and Child ren, and we are enabled to offer rare inducements. IN MEN'S AND BOTS 0L0THIN&, Piece Goods and Hats, we have the most 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. — 23 January 1875

THE CHRONICLE It. W. THOMAS, Editor. TEKMH t 2.00 IX ADVANCE. CLARKSTILLE, : J AX. 23, 1S75. CUAXT AXD niS APOLOGISTS. A Tadical exchange, in the intensity of its desire to justify Grant's interfer ence in Louisiana - disregards all the rules of logic, and begs the question from beginning to end. He eays, and nobodv denies, that under certain con tingencies, the constitution auth6rises the President to interpose for the maintenance of peace in any State where the same is endangered by insur rection. He assumes that tuch i state of things exists in Louisiana, and claims, that the returns of the Returning Board were ample authority for Governmental interference.' But he fails to recognize the fact, that the majority of the Returning Board are the corrupt tools of-Kellogg; that Kellog is an usurper placed in power by Grant, and kept there as the cor rupt agent of the President for the sole purpose of working up a fraudu lent case, that he may have a sheer prvtext for intervention, in p...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 23 January 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLAEKSYIU.E, JkX. 23, 1875. J. B. HKBI.KTT, j. a. eiisi XEBLLTT & GRANT, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. E.ATES or AD VI BTISISO : Oue Dollar per square of Tea lines or le RATES OF ADVERTISING. MO. SO.UAm.KB. lxo 2X0 SMO 12 MO 230 4 50 S00 00 15 00 6 00 8 00 1000 IS 00 20 00 7 50 1000 1200 18 00 25 00 100U 12 00 15lK 2000 30 00 15 00 ! 18 00 20 00 30 00 45 00 250OI.WO0 3500iM100 80 00 3500'43 00 50 00 60 00 115 00 4000148 00 55 00:80 00 150 00 Bqa&re 2 Squares 3 Hquar 4 &inares Column., y, column, Col a. tiq 1 Column. a nnonneeraent of marriages and deaths free tributes of respect and obituaries half price. - LCUISVILLEAKDNASHVILLEAX UKEATSOCTIIEKX BAILROAD. 00130 NORTH. . . Train So. 2 arrives and leaves at 12:05 A. X, Train No. 4 leaves at 2:20 p. x. noma south. Tra n No. 1 arrives at 052 p. x. Train No. S arrives and leaves at 3:45 A. x. sTNos.1 and 2 are mall trains. J irons Tyler will open Criminal Pnurt hero next Monday, the 25th inst. Kino Calico and sui...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 23 January 1875

i you iH be teaming me about Larry in less than an hoar.",,. .; Oh ! Mr. Dick, 1 am bo glad you are in agon)inirwtthTrue, I was bo afraid that you hated me." ) "Hated you,' Estie, you know not fchat you are laying f'1' J i ' . How much more ht would hare said it is difficult to'tell if he had not Been Interrupted by the announcement of supper.-- Dick offered his arm to Estie, Howard his to Virgin, and they proceeded to the diningrooro. Nelson was wannrwelcomed by Maj.1 Lynn and his lady. ' After Bopper they went out for a walk ; Albert and Dick with Estie, Nelson with Virginia. Estie was in one of her gayest moods, de picting Albert as an old bachelor, her self as a prim old maid, and Sick in his quixotic chivalry," defending op pressed maid - servants.' Then witL much drollery, gave Albert an account of the Bcece between Dick and Larry. Albert laughed heartily : Dick joined lim, for he could not resist Katie's tti ml humor. "Besides he was happy now, and did not care what Estie sai...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 30 January 1875

CLAR KHVILLE CHRONICLE. 42.--NO CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1875. WHOLE NO. 2,165. W1EKLY -36. - ' ' ' V V F XT R N T OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, AT NO. 38 OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, JNO. F. COUTS & SON. t i' In connection with our 'I assortment of Metalic and Wood Burial CASKETS We have excellent Hearses furnish Hacks when desired, t f , ' vi raves. Jno- F. Feb. 21, 1871-tf. -A.IVD 3VO Qj CLAUKSVILLE, T hiiTA on hand a tiooil Stock of ' l'nces to suit the i'eople, to-wit : full weipnt uassimere suits at U) UU; full weight Cassiniere coat from $4 (Kl to $10 00; good union Cassimere pants at 2 00 ; the best Jeans pants, lined. ?1 73; ribbed Undershirts, (heavy) 75c; the best Brown lrill drawers, 50e. In fact I will sell you anything in Stock at Prices Never Before Given. I will also mention my line of Overcoats and Good of Fiucr Grades than the goods priced you in this list. And Remember Jan. 23, lXTJ-tf T XI 2 IliYIN JWlGtON . ALWARD & ORRKLIi, (Successors to J. A. Irv...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 30 January 1875

THE CHRONICLE Ii. W. THOMAS. Editor. TERMS t 82.04 IS ADTAJiCE. CtXRSTILLE, : : JAX. SO; 18J5. THE HOBD'8 MYSTERY. ; Is explained, at last, by a full report of the investigating committee, which report is too voluminous for cur space. Hobbs made a full statement, the sub stance of which is that, impelled by ill health and a conscious incompe tency, he resolved to resign, and hav ing been at much expense to procure his election, could see no moral wrong in accepting $10,000 froni.Dr. Duncan, as a consideration for vacating the office. Such obtuseness of moral per ception, we had hoped, was rare in this State, but fear that Uobbs is far from beingan isolated example of those who sell conscience for money, and whilst we do not hold him to be more criminal than those who accepted his bribe-money, yet can not accept his plea of ifrnorancein extenuation of his guilt. lie who sells his vote, is a worthy candidate for the honors of the Peni tentiary, and he who sells hisffice is a fit compa...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 30 January 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLABKSYILLE, JO. 30, 1875. J. B. VEBLZTT. J. A. GKAHT XEBLETT & GRANT, PUBLISHERS AND PB0PRIIT0R8. SATK8 Or ADVXBTI8INQ : On Dollar per square of Ten lines or less. KATES OF ADVERTISING. HO. BQTJABM. lxo 2x0 txo o 12xo 230 450 500 00 15 00 5 00 8 00 1000 15 00 20 00 7 50 1000 1200 18 00 25 00 1000 12 00 1500 20 00 SO 00 lft 00 j 18 00 20 00)30 00 45 00 25 00; 30 00 86 00; 50 00 80 00 35 00148 00 500060 00 115 00 4000148 00 55 00 1 80 00 150 00 Square I Sqnares t Hu,uares. 4 Squares Column. y, Colamn Column. 1 Colamn. Announcement of marriages and deaths f tributes of respect and obituaries half price. I.OIISVILLE AH DN ASIIY1XI.E AHD (SEAT SOCTHEBJf BAILKOAD, GOISG WORTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 12:05 A. at. Train So. 4 leaves at 2:20 P. X. GOING SOUTH. Tra n No. 1 arrives at 6:22 r. x. Train No. 3 arrives and leaves at 3:15 A-X t-e-Noa. 1 and 2 are mall trains. Ice will kc cheap when Summer conits at least it ought to be. Gr.s. Bcbsside is elected United...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 30 January 1875

- B . : . - tons soe. f - t BT JOHH O. WHITTIKR. Heap high the farmer" wintry board! Heap high the golden corn ; No richer gift has autumn poured From out her lavish born. Let other lands,exulting, glean . The apple from the pine;. i. . . The orange from Its glossy green, . The cluster from the vlue. We better love the hardy gift : ' Our rugged vales bestow, To cheer us when the storm shall drift Our harvest fields with snow. Throneh vales of grass and flowers Our plows their furrows made. While on the hills the sun and showers Of changeful April played. - We dropped the seed o'er bill and plain, Ketieath the sun of May, And frightened from our sprouting grain The robber crows away. All through the long, bright days of Jane its leaves grew bright aud fair. And waved in hot midsummer noon, , its soil and showy hair. And now with autumn's moonlight eyes, J u harvest time is come. We pluck away its frosty leaves. And bear Its treasures borne. " ' Then richer than the fabled gifts , ' A...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 6 February 1875

CHRONIC VOL. 42. NO -37. CLARKSVILLE, TENN. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1875. WHOLE NO. 2,1(9. CLARK SV1LLE WEEKLY r - ' t . r - DEUGSH DSLTJGSfn Family Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, Faints, Varnishes and Oils. TOILET ARTICLES ITS GREAT VARIETY. And most of these being bought since the great contraction to piloes we are enabled to offer at nnosually low price. BOOKS and STATIONERY Of every description. We call attention ot the public generally to onr full stock of Hchool Boots, wliich we offer at Puhltohers price. You will find at our House the books iu use in Common Schools. Blewart College. Clarksville Female Academy and Private Schools throughout the County. To the Ladles we say, call and examine tiie largest assortment of How Styles English and French Paper Ever offered GARDEN SEED! We have just received a full assortment of Garden Seed from Rob't. Bulst, which we are enabled to offer wholesale or retail at Lowest Market Prices. As we did not have a paper of seed in our House at t...

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. — 6 February 1875

THE CHRONICLE B, W. THOMAS, Editor. TERMS : $t.00 IS ADVANCE. CLAEKSTILLE, FEB. 6, 1875. It will be a singular coincidence should the' celehraiion of the hun dredth year of the Republic, be con temporaneous with the practical inau guration of the Empire. Yet event point, with too much certainty, to such a coincidence as the final issue of a hundred years of free government. . There ought, for some time, at least, be a cessation of the outcry against Middle Tennessee as the mo nopolizer of all the highest offices. The Eastern and "Western divisions have swept the platter, this time. This, with the signal triumph of the disorganizers, ought to give us peace for a term of years, though we fear the latter may have another candidate "tied out," and ready for the track. Tat legislature, having completed its elections of officers, adjourned for recreation and reassembled, will, we hope, now go to work in earnest and, by its measures of wisdom and economv. meet the expectations of their con...

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. — 6 February 1875

t THE CHKONICLE CLaRKSYILLE, FEB. 6, 1875. J. S. KBBLKTT. J. A. KEBLETT & GRIST, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. UTU OF ADVKRitSinO: On Dollar r?r square of Ten 11 nea or leas. RATES OF ADVERTISING. KO. I 1X0 2 MO I MO MO 12 MO 1 Square 2 Squares. 3 Squares.. 4 Squares.. Column. Column. 2 50 6 00 7 50 1000 15 00 50 600 00 10X) Ouj 1200 00 1500 00 '20 00 00IS500 00 IS 00 20 00 25 00 30 00 45 00 80 O0 115 00 150 00 15 00 18 00 20 00 30 00 50 00 25 0030 Z Colum 8500143 0050 00 40 00 lit! 00 '5500 60 00 8000 1 Column. Announcement of marriages and deaths free tributes of respect and obituaries half price. . LOUISVILLE ASDKASUVILLEAJfD GREAT BOCTHEKS BAILBOAD. GOIKO SORTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 11:45 A. M. Train No. 4 leaves at 20 p. k. GOING SOUTH. Tra n No. I arrives at 6:22 p. K. Train No. 3 arrives and leaves at 3:45 A. M. 3TNos. 1 and 2 are mail trains. Tobacco Seed for sale by Owen & Moore. . Elder W. A. Broadhurst will preach in the Christian church to morrow morni...

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. — 6 February 1875

THE tABMER FEEDLTI1 ALL. BT CHATLES O. LKLAKD. My lord rides through bis nalacegate, My lady weeps aloug iu stale ; The 3iige think long on many a thing, 'And the maiden niurieaou luarryiny,; Tlie minstrel harpetu merrily, The sailor plows t tie foaming sea, Tbe huntsman kills the good red deer, And tbe soldier wars without e en fear; But tall to each, whate'er befall, -The farmer he iuuA feed them all. Smith hammereth cherry red the sword. Priest preacheth pure the Holy Word ; Iame Alice worketh 'broidery well, Clerk Ulchard tales of love can tell; The tap wife sells her foaming beer, Ian Fisher fixheth in the mere; And courtiers ruffle, strut, and shine, While pages bring the gascou wine; - But fall to each, whate'er befall. ..- 1 .-- The farmer he inusl feed them all. M in builds his castles fair and high," r Wherever rirer runneth by; - - tireat cities rise in every land ; Great churchesshow the builder's band Ureal arches, monuineuts, and towers, Fair palaces and pleasing bower...

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. — 13 February 1875

CLARK SEE VOL. 42. NO 38. CURKSVULE, TEW., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1875. WHOLE NO. 2,170. WI hi GH LE DRUGS drtosh Family Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, Faints, Varnishes TOILET AETIGLIIS IN GREAT , And moat of these being bought aince tbo treat contraction In prices ve are enabled to oifer at uuiuuaily low pricea. BOOKS and STATIONERY Of ivery description. We call attent ion ot iscnooi unolu, wlucu wc otter al fommnera price, iou win una at oar noune mo books in nne In Common KcIiooIr, Stewart College. Clarksville Female Academy and : Private Hchool throughout Uie County. To the Ladiea we auy, call and examine the largest aaaortmeut of Hew Styles English and French Paper Ever offered GARDEN SEED! We have JnRt received a full aaaortment of Garden Seed from Rob't. Bulst, which we are enabled to oiler wholesale or retail at Lowest Market frices. A we did not have a paper of need in our House at the beginning of the Season, our friends can rely upon all they get from ns aa being FKES...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 13 February 1875

THE CHRONICLE .1 ii W. TJIOXAS, Editor. TEHSa.OO.I' 1DTASCE. CLAEKSTILLE, FEB. 13, 1875. GOYEEXOITS MESSAGE.' ' ' We publish to-day, Governor Port er's first message to the Legislature, and commend it for its brevity and point,"' its' plain',' practical common Beoso... Whilst he omits no topic, de manding the grave consideration of the people and . their .representative, he dwell upon no one of them longer than is necessary to give a clear idea of his meaning. Of the various sub jects to which "lie invites attention, none should receive a more cordial en ' dorsement than his recommendation that corporate property be taxed. It should become the settled policy of the State that whatever is protected by its laws, shall contribute its quota to the support of the government. If one class of property holders is al lowed exception from taxation, where is the principle of justice that will deny the same privilege toalljothers ? And what makes such exemptions the more : objectionable is the ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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