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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 13 February 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLARKSTILLE, FKB, IS, 18J5. J, 8. fcEBLlTT. J. A. GKANT " -"' &ECLETT k 6 BIST, PUBLISHERS ASS PKOPRIITORS. KATKS OF ADVIBTISING : One DoIIat per square of Tea line or leas. RITES OF ADVERTISING. go. BaxiARxa. lato 2 MO 8 MO 6 MO 12 MO 1 8quare 2 (Squares S Kqgarem 4 (Squares.. K Column. V Coluiun Column - 1 Column.- 2 50 SOU 7 50 4 50 600 00 15 on 20(0 25 0 80 Ou 45 0 800 115 00 150 00 goo'ioeo 15 KJ 100O 12 (Xi 1 18 0 1500,20 00 10DO12l0 15 0 ii 00 2500i30 00 2000 8500 80 00 50 00 60 00 SO 00 8500(43 W 50 00 40 00 i 48 00 55 00 Announcement of marriage and death free-trlbutea of respect and obituaries half price. LOI ISVILLE ASD S ASHVILIK AN I GREAT SOCT1IERS RAILROAD. OOISO jeOETH. Train No. 2 arrive and leave at 11:45 A. U. Train No. 4 leave at 2:20 P. M. GOI5G SOUTH. Tra n No. 1 arrive at 6:22 p. M. Train No. 3 arrive and leave at 8:15 A.m. -Nos. 1 and 2 tre mail train. The State Grange meets vllle on the 15th inst. at Knox- Twentt-eight thousand bags of Rio ...

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. — 13 February 1875

GOYEEXOE POUTER. . His First Message to the General As sembly. A Brief bnt Able and Comprehensive State Paper. ' Tennessee will Sr rer Repudiate ller Legislative Indebtedness. Retrenchment the Watchword of Our !;;;' '; Financial Futare. ' ; : hoir Criminal Costs Can be-Reduced. Suggestions Friendly to Free Edaca- f 'x. 4 ' i tion. "' ''-J- i " K 1 ' 1 :.' : " Corporations as Sew Sources of ReT enue. Rirer Improreinents, Immigration and , the Texas Pacific m Federal Usurpation Must be Denounc ed and Repelled. Gentlemen of the SSeoate and Ilouse of Representatives: The Constitution of the State imposes upon me the duty ' - of making each recommendations: to the General Assembly as l may aeem expedient. Unt the elaborate message of my immediate predecessor, coupled with your action, covers the entire field of legislation, and I will only direct vour attention briefly to a few questions, most of which are already i embodied in bills now pending Before you, and as paramount to all other ...

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. — 20 February 1875

ARK VOL. 42. NO 39. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1875. WHOLE NO. 2,171. HV WEEKLY GHRON OLE. DRUGS DRUGS!! DRUGS!!! Family Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, Faints, Varnishes TOILET ARTICLES! IaT GREAT And most of these being bought since the lo oner ai unusually low prices. BOOKS and STATIONERY Of every description. We call attention of Kchiwl Books, which we nnVr at, PubliHliers prices. You will nna at our iiouse me ltooko in nse in Common Schools. Stewart College. Clarksville Female Academy and Private Schools throughout the County. To the Ladies we say, call and examine the largest assortment of Hew Stylos English and French Paper Ever offered in GARDEN SEED ! We have Inst received a full assortment of Garden Seed from Rob't. BniHt. which we are enabled to ouVr w liolesale or retail at a paix-r of seed in our House at the heginningof theSeaaon, our friends can rely upon all lliey get from us as being rUE.SU. HeKpectfully, OWEffl MOORE. Feb. 6, 187i-tf. IVO 11 s CLA...

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. — 20 February 1875

THE CHRONICLE B. W. THOMAS, Editor. ""TEBH1HW.M IS ADTASCE. CLAEKSTILLE, : : FEB. 20, 1S75. THE SOUTH ;THE LAST HOPE THE BEPUBLIC OF The car of Juggernaut is rolling steadily forward, and the fanatical ne gro worshippers are prostrating them selves before it, resolved7! to sacrifice all the blessings of liberty in order to illustrate their faith in their idol. The idea of a centralized despotism, laughed at by Radical politicians, as a southern bugbear, to frighten northern fanatics, is fast being realized a few more t arns of the car wheels and the self-immo lated and their victims will, alike be the slaves of a central power as abso ute as it is corrupt Grant, with the will of a tyrant and the instincts of demon, is gatheringinto his iron hands the reins of power, federal and State, and by securing .obedience through force, make his will the supreme law of the land. His mercenaries in Con grcss. to hasten the consummation of his absolutism and the ruin of the gov crnment and peopl...

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. — 20 February 1875

HE CHRONICLE JL CLARtSTILLE, FEB. 20, 1875. J. 8. KKBLBTT. J. A. SKAHT . SEELETT & GRAAT, . PCBLISEIR3 AND PROPRIETORS. BATICS Or ADVKBTI8IKO : On Dollar per square of Ten lines or less. RATES OF ADVERTISING. o. squajhs. lao !xo Iho Uo Uko 1 Rqnare J 0 6t0 7 50 4 50 SOU 500 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 $0 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 150 00 1000115 00! 1200 1800 3 Hua 1000 4 -Sq u r. V Coittmn. X Column 4 Colum.n 1 Column 1000,12 00 15iMJ!l8 00 2500i30 00 85Ouj4S00 4000.48 00 15iHM20 00: 20 00!i0 0u S5 00:50 00 5000,60 00 5500.80 00! Announcement of marriages and deaths free tributes of respect and obituaries half price. I.OIISVILLE AKD XASHTILLE ASfD U SEAT SOtTHERW RAILROAD. I GOI5Q KOBTH. Train No. 2 arrlyes and leaves at 11:45 A. M. Train No. leaves at 230 P. . GOI5Q SOUTH. Tra n No. 1 arrives at 652 p. it. Train No. t arrives and leaves at S:45 A.H. tie-Son. I and 2 are mall trains. The legislature U about to pass the local option law. Toe legislature is at work in real earnest. - TnE dii...

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. — 20 February 1875

EFFEE-A BALLAD. Bae tu wearin' '! ahe fM wearfn' WI the learea in October, we tbooht she wd fa' , , Forhercbeek owre red, an her ee m own brlcht, ' Whaor thesauileukit octlikeaa angel 0' ' licht. . Bhe dwelt in the mulrlan'a amang the red bells O' the sweet ninny heather that blooms on the fells, Whaor the peesweep an' plover are aye on t ' - the wing. " Aa' the lilt or the la v'toc first heard In i - t the Spring. . : ; ' Aa h1&iV as & inw. an as saft as the silk. Were the lang locks that fell on a neck like I the milk; She wan lithesome an' lo'esorae aa lassie ( 'nilchtbe, i ' - . 1 i And Raft was the lovo-licht that danc'd m here'a. . j. .y..,. Pair Kffie had lov'd a the hopes an' the fears. The plagues an' the pleasores, she smiles an' the tears ' O love she had kenn'd she had gone thro' titein a' For ftinse Jamie Chriebton C black be his fa'! The auldest o' Ave. whan a lassie o' ten, Bhe had baith the hoose and the bairaies to fen'; The mUher had gane whan she was bat 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. — 27 February 1875

GliAR vSVILLK WEEKLY BHBON VOL. 42. NO 40. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1875. WHOLE NO. 2,172. DRUBS!! DRUGS ! ! ! . Family Medicines, Chemicals, Dy. stuffs, Paints, ' Varnishes and Oils. TOILET ARTICLES Ilff GREAT VARIETY. And most of these being bought since the treat contraction in prices we are enabled to offer at uuutualiy low prices. BOOKS and STATIONERY Of every description. We cull attention of the public generally to our lull stock of School Hooka, which we utter at Publisher prices. You will tinil at our House the books in use in Common Schools, tstewart College, Clarksvflle Female Academy and Private .Schools throughout the County. To the Ladies we say, call uud examine the largest, assortment of , Hew Stylos English and French Paper Ever offered in GARDEN SEED! We have jnst received a full assortment of Garden Seed from Rob't. Buist, which we are enabled to oiler wholesale or retail at Lowest Market Prices. As we did not have a paier of seed in our House at...

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. — 27 February 1875

THE CHRONICLE Jk.1V. THOMAS. Editor. TERMS $3.W IN ADVANCE. CLAKKSTILLE , : : FEB.. 2 7, 1875. FBOH A FOREIG J STAKDPO IXT. Judging from th tone of foreign lournals. they are amazed at the Radi cal usurpations of power, as well as at i the stolid indifference of the people of S this country, to the rapid destruction of civil liberty. They see here, no rival claimants of sovereign power, each with his followers, and both rely ing upon the arbitrament of the sword for the settlement of their respective claims, as in Spain, at this time, and -cannot comprehend the spectacle of a people who, after having enjoyed the blessings of civil liberty for three quarters of a century, now patiently sub mit to its destruction by a handful of ambitious and corrupt demagogues. Had Grant seized the reins of govern ment and made himself its master, as tlio Romipnnfl of an unrighteous war of invasion,hi8torycan furnish precedents enough of such usurpation of supreme power by a Batecssful military cniei...

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. — 27 February 1875

THE CHRONICLE C LARKS YTLLE, FEB. 87, 1875. J. 8. KEBLETT. J. A. QRAXt KEBLETT & CRIST, PUBLISHiaa AKD PROPBIITOBS. One Dollar per eqnare of Ten line or lea. KATES OF A.DYERTISIX6. WO. I 10 1 2 MO K0 12 MO 1 Square.. 2 Squares 3 Hquaree 4 riquare. Column. V Column 4 column 1 Column 2 30 6 UU 7 SO 500 ooliooo 0011200 9 00 15 00 15 00 18 00 SO 00 25 00 SO 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 150 00 Iixki. 12 00 1500120 00 2000.30 00 3500 50 00 2500 30 !tt 00143 5000 60 00 40 00 ! 18 0U '55 00. 80 00 Announcement of marriages and deaths rreetrlbute of respect and obituaries half price. WHEAT SOCTHEKX RAILROAD. OOISQ SOUTH. Train No. 2 arrive, and leaves at 11:45 A. X. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:20 P. M. GOING SOCTH. Tra n No. 1 arrives at 6:22 p. -Train No. S arrives and leaves at 3:45 UTNos. 1 and 2 are mall trains. Church Items. Elder W. A. Broadhurstwill begin his ministerial labors at the Christian Church to-morrow morning. Klder C. M. Day will preach to morrow, at 11 o'clock, at Haielwood Churc...

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. — 27 February 1875

TO A MIXISTER'S WIFE. From New York Observer. I bare read your letter with Berious attention. Yon express a wish that Paul had written an ' epistle to Mrs. Timothy, and as he did not, you ask mc to supply his lack of service. Thank you, but I must be excused. I could not think of supplementing that dis , tinguished letter writer. But the fact that he did not write to her, nor to the 2 wive3 of ministers aa a class, ia very significant. -.-.. Yoa Bay that you are expected and required to be the bearer of a large part of the burdens of the female work m the church : to superintend the so cieties, to lead the ladies' meetings, to vi-it the sick, to receive, constant ap plications for direction to the women of the flock, and in general to see that the "female department" of you hus band's pastoral charge is kept in vigor ous repair and running order. - I was quite amused (pardon me for being amused at anything that gave you distress) by your account of the call which Mrs. AUtalk made up...

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 March 1875

GLREBI CHKONICEE; I VOL. .42.--XO 41. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1875. WHOLE NO. 2,173. WEE TJRTJGS!!- Family Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Varnishes and Oils. TOILET ABTXGLiES IN GREAT And most of these being bought since the great contraction in prices we are enabled to oiler at unusually low prioes. BOOKS and STATIONERY Of every description. We call attention of the public generally to oar toll School Books, which we oiler al Publishers price. You will tind at our II lxMik iii line in Common Schools. Stewart College. Clarksville Female Acad Ixtoks in use in Common Schools. Su wart College. Clarksville female Acaueray anu Privu K: iiuiiKiiir.iiir limit i lie (Vmntv. To the Ljulit-s we say. call and examine the largest assortment ot Hgw Styles English Ever offered GARDEN SEED! We have Jnst received a fall assortment of Garden Seed from Ttob't. Buist, which we are enabled to oiler wholesale or retail at Eowesl Market Prices. As we did not have paper of seed i...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 6 March 1875

THE CHRONICLE R. W. THOMAS. Editor. - TERMS : 92.09 IS AOTA.NCC. CLAEKSYILLE : : 51AUCII C, 1S75. THE CIVIL EIGHTS BILL. The Civil Rights iniquity, ns was generally anticipated, has become a law, and as we have do sufficient com manil of language to express oar in dignation1 the studied insult to the South, nor our contempt for the infa mous traitors who have offered it, all we can hope to do, is to aid in averting the disastrous consequences contemp lated by the originators of the damna ble atrocity. The sole object of the law is to create discord between the races of the South, in order to make that discord a pretext for establishing a military despotism over both sec tions, with Grant as supreme ruler over a once free people. To avert this fear ful catastrophe and as the las,t hope of expiring liberty, wecounsel the whites of the South, to forbear in the future, as they have forborne in the past, keeping constantly in view the preg nam fact, that every outburst of pas bioo, every...

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 March 1875

THE CHKONICLE CLAUKSULLE, MARCH C, 1875. J. 8. XEULETT, J. A. GRANT KEBLETT k liHIST, PUBLISHERS AND PK0FKIXT0R8. KXTKS 0 ADVlKTtSINO : Oat Dollar per square of Ten 11 ne or less. KITES OF ADVERTISING. SO. BQCAXBS. luo I MO 6 MO 12 MO 1 -Square.. I SO 6 00 4 50 8 0U 600 goo 15 00 Z Hons 10iW! 15 00 20 00 25 00 3 8qares, 4 Squares. . Column.. y Column... Colnmn 1 Column 7 Su JOUOi 1200 18 00 1000 UOO' 1500: 20 00 15 00 18 0012U 00:30 0) 30 00 45 00 8(1 U 115 00 150 00 2500:30 00 1 35 00 ! 50 00 35 00 43 00 j 50 00 60 00 40 00148 00'SaOOlH) 00 Announcement of marriages and death fi-fle tribute of respect and obituaries half price. . V IS V I LLE A H D S AS II V I LIE A S 1 GREAT KOCTHERX RAILROAD. OOISO KOKTII. Train No. 2 arrives and leaven at 11:4j A. M. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:20 v. U. OOISO SOUTH. Tra n No. 1 arrives at 6:22 p. V. Train No. t arrives and leaves at 3:45 a.m. urSoi. 1 and 2 are mnll trains. Wl are indebted to Dr. Northiug- ton for public documents. Presi dint G bant...

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 March 1875

KOCK OF AGES." "Rock of ses clett for ine-," ihooghussly the maiden snng, Fell Uie words unoonscionsly From the girlish, gleeful tongue; Bang aa little children sing; tang a sins the birds in Jane : Fell the words like light leave down On the current of the tune "Rock of apescleft forme, Letmebide inyselfin Thee." "Let me hide myself In Thee" Kelt hr Koal do need to bide Sweet the song bs song conld be. And she bad no thought beside; All the words rmlieeuijigly - Fell from lips untouched by care, Dreaming uot that Uiey might be On ime other lips a prayer "Kock of ages cleft for me, Let uie hide myself in Thee:" "Rock of ages, cleft for me;" "Twas a woman sung tliem now, l'ieadingiy and prayerfully; Kvery word her heart did know, -Itose the song as storm-tossed bird Beats with weary wing the air, Every note with sorrow stirred. Every syllable a prayer "Rock of ages, cleft for me, IjcI me bide myself in Thee." "Rock of nges, cleft forme" Lins grown aged sung the hymn Trustingly and tc...

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 March 1875

OLAE WEEKLY CB RON GxjE. s VOL. 42.NT0 42. GLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1375. WHOLE NO. 2,174. K DRUGS!! DRUGS H! Family Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Varnishes and Oils. ISI GREAT VARIETY. And most of these being bought since the great contraction in prices we are enabled to oiler at unusually low prices. BOOKS and STATIONERY or every description. Weeall attention of the public generally to our toll stock of Kchooi Hooks, which wen Herat Puttiixhers price. You will find at our House the lMKks in use in Omiinou (Schools. .Stewart Oolieee. Clarksville Female Academy and I'rivaleSchiKtls throughout the County. To the Indies we suy, call and examine the largest assortment of ... Hew Styles English Ever offered in GARDEN SEED! VTe have just received a full assortment of Garden Seed from Kob't. Bulst. which we are enabled to otter wholesale or retail at Lowest Market Prices. As we did not have a paper of seed in our House at the heginningof the Season, our friends ...

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. — 13 March 1875

THE CHRONICLE R. Yf. THOMAS, Editor. TEBXS ttt. IJC ADTASCK. CL1BKSTIIXE I l SA.ECH IS, 1875. 1TE MUST WORK FOR IT. More currency ! is the un'iTersal cry in'tlie South, for carrying od its com merce and developing its resources. Every one admits the great need of money, but very few seem to remember that the products of the farm and the workshop will buy money al readily as money will purchase those products; and fewer still remember that money can not be kept in any locality which does not supply itself with all such articles as make up the conveniences and comforts of life. How long the proceeds of a big crop of tobacco or cotton will remain among those who produce them, is annually illustrated by the continued poverty and depend ence of the South upon the looms and workshops of its oppressors in the North. The annual income of the South is virtually mortgaged, in ad vance of its receipt, to the North-west for food for man and beast, and to the North-east for the clothes we wear a...

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. — 13 March 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLaRKSTILLE, MARCH IS, 1873. J. ft. KKBLKTT. J. A. OKAMT SEBLETT & GBJL3T, PUBL1BHIB-S AND PfiOPKISTOKS. 1ATU OF ADVEBTIBIXQ : Una Dollar per square of Ten lines or leu. KITES OF ADVERTISING. MO. 8QUAKKS.1 1X0 2X0 SXO 6KO 12KO 1 Square- 20 5 00 7 50 1000 50 500 8 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 150 00 2 Square. 00 1000115 00 00 1200 : 18 00 00 150012000 3 4quarea. 4 Squares Column... yx Column... Column 1 Column 15 00 18 2500,30 35 00t48 4000U8 00 2U00;80 00 00IS& 00150 00 0050 00160 00 006500180 00 Announcement of marriage and death free tributes of re feet and obituaries half price. I.OIIKY1XI.E ANDNA8IIV1XI.EAWD 4JREAT SOCT1IEBX RAILROAD. GOING SOKTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 11:45 A. x. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:20 P. X. GOING SOUTH. Tra n No. 1 arrives at 6:22 p. x. Train No. 3 arrives and leaves at 3:45 A.M. SHTNos. 1 aud 2 are mail trains. Next year, 1S7C is leap year, ladies will please take notice. The We have several communication...

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. — 13 March 1875

TOPEKS A. PARODY. . j Ye tope-s ! who love the bottle bo well. There's no use trying to destroy the Bincll; Kat clove, cinnamon, or whatever you will But the ecent of the whisky will Uuger there still; Do noi boast of deceiving your sweethearts or wives. For vice long ooncealed fresh vigor derives. And soooner or later your deception will fail. In a contest with falsehood, the troth will prevail; Do not flatter yourselves with the vain be- lier, That hiding your crime Is deferring their grief. For wiien thev find oat, as surely they will, That their lord is addicted to taking a swill. Their grief will be deeper and Keener the pain, Aud sorrows when un loo Led for the longer remain. - . And unless yon tarn from this habit of sin. Yon will learn ere long that the bottle must win; For many have tried it, but few can declare That whisky was e're known a victim to spare. Jackson Advocate, Uncle Billy's Objections to Civil Eights. T "interviewed" Uncle Billy, a pood old colored friend of ...

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. — 20 March 1875

V 1 r I! C 1 H U 7" YOL.-42. NO 43. clauksville;tenn.v,satueday, march 20, 1875. WHOLE NO. 2,175. r is Dip. T Tr-n Ql , UGSH Family Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Varnishes and Oils. Tat? a p htt IIS GREAT VARIETY. And most of these being bought since the great contraction in prices we are enabled . to offer at untwuUly low prices. BOOKS and Sf ATIOHERY Or every description. Weeall attention ol the pnbile generally to oor lull stock of School Book, which weorteral Publishers price.' You will And at our House the Imh.Us in use in Common Hchools, Stewart College. Clarksville Female Academy and Hri vale Schools throughout the County. To Hie Ladies we say, call and examine the largest assortment of Hgw Styles English and French Paper Ever offered in GARDEN SEED! We have Just received a full assortment of Garden Seed from Itob't. Buist, which we are enabled to offer wholesale or reUiil at Lowest Market Prices. As we did not have n paper of seed in our House at the beginning of...

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. — 20 March 1875

THE CHKONICLE K. W. THOMAS. Editor. TEBXS t2.0 IN ADVASCE. CLAKKSYILLE : : HAKCU 20, 1875. . KNOWLEDGE AXD FAUMIXU. ' The question is often asked why it is that farmers, who constitute about 70 per cent, of our business popula tion, exert so little influence over the political affairs of the country. There are two very sufficient reasons why it is bo. Until recently, there has been no effort at that concert of action, in which lies the strength of parties, and is eo important in securing protection, by legislation, for any great interest This reason, for the slight influence of farm ers over the administration of public affairs, is being rapidly obviated by compact organization and already, the farmers are recognized as a power in the land. The other reason is far more damag ing and far less easy to be removed. It U want of that general informa tion which enables one to comprehend the institutions under which he lives, the needs of the great interests of the country and the governme...

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