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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 20 March 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLARKSVILLE, KAKCIl 20, 1875. J. 8. NKBI.kTT. J. A. GKAKT 5EBLETT & GB1XT, PUBLISHERS AND PR0PRIKT0E8. , . SATIS or adtxbtmmo : One Dollar per square of Ten line or leas. KATES OF ADVERTISING. MO. BQCABEi. 2 MO txo 6 MO 12 MO 1 Snna.ro 4 50 8 00 1000 00 too 0015 00 001 18 00 00120 00 00 SO W) 00150 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 160 00 2 Hquarea. 6 00 7 60 1000 15 00 25 00 S5lW JO 00 3 Squares. 12 00115 Column. Column Column 1 Column 18 00120 30 00 35 43 00150 48 00 5.1 00 60 00 00.8000 Announcement of marriage and deathi free tributes of respect and obituaries half price. f oi isvi ukTs d x ash til i Is 5 UREAT SOCTMERJf BAII.ROAD. GOlSO KOBTIC. Train No. 2 arrives and leave at 11:45 A. M. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:20 P. M. . OOISQ SOUTH. Tra n No. 1 arrives at 0:22 P. M. Train No. 3 arrives and leaves at 3:45 A.M. "Nos. 1 and 2 are mail trains. Gardening will soou commence in earnest. Last Wednesday was St. Patrick's day. It is thought that the local...

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 March 1875

a comers htmx. j Lines Written bj a Vjlog Prisoner in the Penitentiary. From 1S53 to ISM, Col W. II. Johnson was Warden of the Tennes see Penitentiary. At that time Dr. James 0. Patterson was in the peni tentiary serving out a sentence of fifteen years for robbing the mails. When he committed the crime, he was postmaster at McWhirtersville, about eight mile8from Nashville. He also practiced medicine in the neighbor hood and enjoyed a good practice. While serving out his sentence, .he was taken with consumption, declined in strength very rapidly and finally died in prison. Just before his death he wrote the appeuded lines and gave . them tn Mrs. Johnson, the warden's wife, who had 6hown him preat kind ness during his illness. We are in debted to Mr. Granville S. Johnson for these facts and the copy : A IIYMN. BY J. C. V- -N, A convict In the Tennessee Penitentiary. FHtlierof Life on thee I call To aease by troubled breast ; Thou canst relieve and comfort all That are with grief oppre...

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 March 1875

4 f i VOL. 42.--NO 44. CLAEKSyiLLEj TENNi SATURDAY, MARCH 27 , 1875. WHOLE. NO. 2,176, ! TOSH Family Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Varnishes and Oils. ' TQTT TV A T? nTf1? T1 1111 GREAT VARIETY. And most of these being bought since the great contraction in prices we are enabled to offer at unusually low prices. BOOKS and STATIOIERY Of every description. We call attention ot 3cnnol Bootii, wtilcn wenlti'ril Fuoiisners prioe. lou win una at our nonsc ido nook in use in Common Hchools. fclewart College. Clarksville Female Academy and frivaleiiuhools throughout the County. To the laulies we say, call and exatuiue the largest assortment of Hgy Styles English -and French Paper Ever offered GARDEN SEED! M'e havejnst received a full assortment of Garden Seed from Rob't. Buist, which we are enabled to offer wholesale or reluil at Lowest Market Prices. As we did not have a paper of seed in our House at the lieginningof the Season, our friends cau rely upon an mey gel Jrom as as oe...

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 March 1875

THE CHRONICLE - E. W.THOMAS, Editor. TEBI8 t f .00 IS 4DTAHCE. CLABKSTILLE : : MlliCH 27, 187. FitOM COLORED STAXD-l'OlXTS. The following dialogue, we do not claim to be reported literally, but the substance is given as we heard the ideas expressed. As will be infered, one of the parties is an industrious, honest and sensible man the other a progressive young buck of African 'scent, whose self-conceit is equalled only by his ignorance, and whose as uirations keep even pace with his im pudence. We produce it as a view of civil rights from a colored stand-point "Joe, you's a fool ! Said Sam; 'taint cibble rights, asyou call em, datde nig gers wants, but house to live in, close to ware and suthing to eat Do you 'spect to git dose by eatin at hotel and Bavin for show tickets? "No, Sam, I don't 'spect to make money in datway, but I 'spects to show de white man dat I'sc as good as he is, and I'm gwine to 'sert all the rights de law dun give mc. "Joe you talks like all do odcr fool ninwrs....

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 March 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLAEKSTILLE.M1ECH27, 1875. j. a, jCBBLEfT. A. 6BAKT XEBLETT & 6BA5T, PUBLISHK&S AND PB0PRIIT0R8. KATCS OF ABVKRTTSIKOt One Dollar per square of Ten lines or leas. RATES OF ADYEBTISIXG. jio. auA. uo Sio M eo 12 MO 1 Rqur 2 Hqaares- 3 rtquares. 4 Hqnares.. Cuiumu. y. Column Column. 1 Column t SO too 4 50 K00 10 00 1200 18 00 80 00 43 00 500! t 00 loot: is oo 15 00 20 00 25 00 30 00 45 00 80 00 7 80 100i 1501 23 00 S5 00 4000 1200 18 00 1500 2(100 30 00 50 00 60 00 3500 5000 115 00 150 00 48 00 '55 00 180 O0 Announcement of marriage and deaths free tribute of respect and obituaries half price. I.Ol IKYI LIE AS D Sf ASHYIIXE AS GREAT SOOTHERS BAIIBOAD. GOING SOUTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 11:15 A. u. Train No, 4 leaves at 2:20 r. X. GOIXO SOUTH. Tra n No. 1 arrives at fl:22 p. it. Train No. 3 arrives and leaves at 3:15 A.M. sr'Xoii. 1 and 2 are mail trains. To-morrow is Easter Sunday. All Fool's Dat next Thursday April 1. . Anotiier crop of beautiful snow...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 27 March 1875

Struck by Lightning:. Boers was raising bis boys up in the Sunday School, except httle BilLwhose lengthened name wm Uihiam Henry Ea'lyin life he had been demoralized bv crawling under the canvas of a cir cub tent It was sad indeed for Boggs to contemplate the results of the fatal influence of spangles and slang a fair young life blighted in its early bloom. The other sons of the household could sing all the long-meter hymns iu the orthodox book, while "William Heury was developing a taste for minstrel songs; and when the other boys were partaking of the bread nJ water at Jove feast, ha would sit on the fence and take another cbaw of terbacker. Only seven Reasons had ' spread their freckles on his face, but they had de veloped, since the circus was in town, the reckless features of a street gamin. It would have required the oracle of Greece to have predicted where his depredations and mischief would direct themselves next. One day he would crawl in at the pantry window and eat up all...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 3 April 1875

VOL. 42.--NO 45; i . . . . tt. ti t ttt f-j t ft t . , j. - I nr. T ' : t W tr- J t in h m - M i s , A. t1- I I r I r. l . c-, m k. i r m t- i ni v . w-w -t i . i rnr liib i,h Ktn iliiK. - i . i i. . t . i i -i r Aula -"S - IV- 9 t ; DRUGS H Family Medicines, Cheimcals, Dye Stuffs, Paints Varnishes and Oils. TOILE IBI GREAT And most of these being l.ught sinca the (treat coutrnctlon In prices we are enabled to otfer at unusually low price. BOOKS and STATIONERY Of every description. We call attention ol :-nooi hooks, wnien we otrer at runimners jmcwi. you win nnu at our uonae me oookx in use in Common Schools. KwwarC College. Clarksville Female Academy and Private School throughout the County. To tlie Ladies we say, ct.il and examine the largL-Nt &.soritii:ul or How'Styles English Kver offered GARDEN SEED! We have lust receivitl a full assortment wc areenntiied to otier wholesale or retail at n p:tM-r of seed in our House at the beginning of the St.-a.toii, our friends can rely u...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 3 April 1875

4 THE CHRONICLE E. W. TIIOXAS. Editor. TEBSS.I1M IS ADVANCE. CLAR1SYUXE: t aPSIL V1875 THE 1TB0XG FOOT IS THE TRIP. Butler asserts that -the civil right L.n nnfflrR 11 Don the negro no rign v:t. Va. AA not before possess, at common law : but it was necessary for i -o nd the President to usurp the authority to make the denial of those rights a penal onense, lor tue ... f tYa Radical TKUlt- ImIto Under thecommou law, the I presumption was that every citizen had partiality must aepeuu -rSTto.pply.thoteUforaccommo- ficialresultofaw.se enactment. I a,n.ghAt0": .,m. I... it was the law is rigidly enforced in town, i ,,J u ..11 tW landlords and proprietors of places of amusementhad bor more abundant as well as more re proprietors oi p ftrexciudinK liable, and if similarly enforced in the -5T best for !lir individual intcresU. The offense, i ;rr were soS. it could only be obtained though a civil suit in a State court and he award of a jury of the vicinage. The tnc awaraoi j j ... control oi...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 3 April 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLARKSVILLE, AFKIL 3, 1875. J . HERL.ETT. GKABT XEBLETX GRIST . PCBLI6HIE8 AND PaOPRIITOBS. satzs or advebtiklng: One Dollar per quar of Ten UM or lew. BATES OF ADYEETISING. SO. 8QCABC8. lico 2 MO Smo 6 MO 12MO 1 Square-. 2 Square 3 8quares. 4 (Squares Column.. y, Coluran Columa I Colamu 2 50 SOU 7 50 4 50 8 00 10 00 1200 600 1000 9 00 15 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 1200 18 00 101)0 1500(20 00 2000180 00 36 00 50 00 50 00 60 00 15 00 118 00 2500(30 00 5HM8 0u 400tll8U0 115 00 55 00 iW) 00 iso oo Announcement of marriages and deatha free tribute of respect and obituaries half price. I.Ol IHVILLE AXDXASIIVILLEAND U It EAT NOCTIIEBS KAIUlOAD eOIXO KORTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 11:45 A. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:20 P. M. OOINO SOUTH. Tra n No. 1 arrives at 6:22 p. m. Train No. 3 arrives and leaves at 3:45 A.M, CtTNoK. 1 and 2 are mail trains. The tanners are as busy as bees. TllK Tennessee Medical Society meets in Nashville on the Cth inst. Ocb postmast...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 3 April 1875

THE JiETY ASSESSMENT LAW. A Matter r Interest tor Ejerj Ten nessee Tx-pajen The text of the new assessment law as as follow : " ' . , . - An act to amend all laws for the assessment and collection of revenue. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Gen eral Assembly of the State of Ten nessee, that the' Quarterly County Courts of each county shall, at the ApriLTerm, 1875, and at said term every four years thereafter,' elect a discreet and prudent person, being a freeholder and a citizen thereof, whose duty it 6hall be to assess, list and re turn, as herein provided, for taxation, all the real estate in his county, not exempt from taxation, and f.aid asses sor before entering upon the duties of his office shall execute and deliver to the court, a bond with two sufficient sureties in the penal sum of five thousand dollars, conditioned to faith fully and impartially discharge all the duties imposed, or to be imposed, by law upon him, payable to the State, nnd he shall also take and subscribe, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 10 April 1875

aY CHRONIC H VOL. NO 46. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1875. WHOLE NO. ijHS. r r TTfe - jot DRUGS!! o Family Medicines, Cheimcals, Dye Stuffs, Paints, - . Varnishes and Oils. TOILET AHTZQLES - Iltf GREAT VARIETY. And most or these being bonsht since the great contrctloii In prices we are enabled to oiler at unusually low prices. BOOKS and STATI01IERY Of every description. We call attention ol the public cenerally to onr lull stock of "School Jloolu.wi.ich we oner at. PiiUiiniiere price. You will find at our House the ixmks In nw in ('outturn Schools. Stewart College. Clarksville telltale Academy and 1'rlvaW; Schools throughout the County. To the Ladles we say, call aud examine the largest assortment of - .- Hew Styles English and French Paper Ever offered in GARDEN SEED ! We have Jnst received a full assortment of Harden Seed from Rob't. Bnlst, which ire areeiwbled to offer wholesale or retail nt Lowwt Market Prices. As wed id a paper of seed in our House at the lieginning...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 10 April 1875

THE CHRONICLE TEKMS I a. IX AOTAXCE. CLAEKSTILLE S x ATKIL 10, 187. W are pleased that Messrs. Gordon and Lamar, took no part in the Con necticut campaign. The time has not come when ex-Confedcrate Generals can be profitably heard, for their cause, by mixed northern audiences. The cloud of ignorance and prejudice is still too dense to be penetrated by the rays of patriotic wisdom which ema nate from the minds and hearts of those distinguished expounders of the constitutional rights of the hated South. A people who have manifested a willingness to lose their own liber ties rather than see others, of their own race and country, emancipated from the thraldom of sectional tyran ny, have neither the intelligence nor the disposition to profit by the utter ances of southern statesmen. The time has come, we think, when speakers and writers should cease their appeals to the North, for a more inti mate knowledge of the South with an eye to mutual forbearance and jus tice. Those appeals are re...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 10 April 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLAEKSTILLE, APRIL 10, 1875. J. 8. SKRI.KTT. " ' J. A. GRANT KEBLfTT k GEjLST, rUBLISEIUS AND PR0PRIIT0E3. S.ATC8 OF ADYXgTIBIHQ : Uni Dollar per square of Tea line or less. KATES OF ADVERTISING. 0. SaaABM. I iMO iMO SMO MO 12 KO 1 Sqaare. 2 Sqaare S tSi4uares. 4 Huaroa. K Column... 't Uolumn Uolma I Goluinn 20 7 50 4 50 8 00 6001 8 00 IS On moo! 1500 12 W 18 00 1500120 00 20 00 25 00 30 00 45 00 1000 10 00 12 00 15 W 18 00 20 00, SO 00 saw .woo 60 90160 00 ft) 00 115 00 150 00 XiOOtiX 00 5500,60 00 Announcement of marriages and death free tribute of respect and obituaries half price. ' MU KVILLEASnSASHVILLEAXD ciir.AT somiEns kaixboad. GOINQ NORM. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 11:45 A. x. Train No. 4 leaves at 220 p. X. GOING SOUTH. Tr n So. 1 arrives at 6:22 p. M. Train No. S arrives and loaves at 8:45 A. it, eVNos. 1 and 2 are mall trains. ' Poems, od Spring, are now in order. IIyman & ScOTT are determined to sell goods. Their low prices will at tract custom...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 10 April 1875

Selected for the Chronicle, SPRING. BT M. W. X. The maiden Spring is coming ? With her gift of shower and beam, And the earth tho' locked In sl umber, Stirreth faintly In ber dream . Bat the birds have beard her fo ttsteps, And see the robin woo bis bride. And she listens slyly glancing, Willi ber dainty bead aside. The waters glist and sparkle, " And with mirt h are dimpled o'er. As they mock with tinkling laughter At the icy chains they wore. Reaching up toclap thesunllght Tender spires of tp-een and gold. With their tiny HWle finder, Pat aside the garden mould. All the lilac booths are bended , With their golden budded gems, And the willows wlih their leaflets Curling close above their stems. .' Itosy-llpped the budding peaches From their russet hoods lookout, Pouting saucily for kisses From each breeze that rove about. While the nun-like valley lily Seem to shrink from all the world, Holding her pale hands together lion nd ber rosary of pearl. In the wood, the moss Is greener. 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. — 17 April 1875

GUAM WEEKLY CU . U 1JLJ t : wi-i .-. .VOL. 42.-NO 47. CLARKSVILLE,. TENN.; SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1875. WHOLE NO. 1,179. 11 A U 'J DRUGS !!: Family Medicines, Cheimcals, Bye Stuffs, Paints, - Varnishes fib WitLJaJ bOseLU da JaWdL Ilff GREAT VARIETY. And most of these being bought since the great contraction in prices we are enabled to offer at unusually low prices. BOOKS and STATIONERY Of every description. Woeall attention o! School ilooks. which we offer al rnbllsners books in use in Common School Stewart Private Schools throughout the County. largest assortment of TtT., , TT -,1iT ilGW JJ.V19S J2illQlISfl . . w Ever offered GARDEN SEED! W lift va Inst rpvi vrvl n full ftRsnrimpn t we are enabled to offer wholesale or retail a paper of seed in our House at the heglnningof the Season, our friends can rely upon all they get from us as being HlK.su. Kespeclinuy, OWEU . d MOORS, Feb. 6, 1875-tf. NEW CLOTHING -AND Gents Furnishers, 27 FTtA-NICLirs STREET, THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF CLOTHI...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 17 April 1875

THE CHRONICLE R. If. THOJLIS. Editor. TERES t 19 ADTAKCE. ClEKSTILtE : YlFBIL 17, 1875. In the trial of the Grant Parish cases before the United States Supreme Court, Justice Clifford asked the At torney General whether the attempt to prevent a white man from voting would, under the enforcement act, bring the case within . the exclusive jurisdiction of a federal court? The Attorney General thought it would not. Then Justice Clifford asked, if under this view, the negro bas not more rights in court, than are ac corded to the white man ? To this the Attorney General replied, that be thought not, because the original Con stitution conferred the privilege of suffrage upon do one, but that an amendment to it conferred that privil ege upon the negro, and hence the au thority of Congress to legislate for the special protection of the negro. Why did not the original Constitu tion confer the privilege of suffrage upon any one? Simply because the authority to do so was explicitly re served to...

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. — 17 April 1875

THE CHEONICLE CLAKKSTILLE, 1TEIL 17,1875. J. a. KKBLKTT. J. A.. BtLAMI KEBLETT & GRIST, rcBLisHiiua ast raopaiiToas. KATES Of ADYKKTMIKG i One Dollar per square of Tea lmw or leas. RATES OF ADVERTISING. . HO. BaCkMn. 10 2 MO 8MO MO 12 MO 1 Rqaare. 310 6 00 7 SO 4 50 8 00 too t 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 150 00 1000115 00 1200118 00 1500 20 00 S Hquare. 4 Squares.. K Colaiag.,. ,. U Column, Colnmn , ,,. I Col a inn. 1000 1000:12 00 15t18 00 25 00:30 00 S5 00 M8 00 OO0iB00 20 00 i SO CM) 8600 50 00 5000 60 00 5500i000 Announcement of marriage and deaths free tributes of respect and obituaries half price, ,.' LOl'IMYI LLE TS ID K ASIf i ILLE AS UREAT SOTTIIERIT RAILROAD. : ' BOITIO WORTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 11:45 A. X. Train No. 4 leaves at fc20 r. M. GOIXQ SOUTH. Tra n No. 1 arrives at 6:22 P. M. Train So. 8 arrives and leaves at 8:15 a.m. NTKm. 1 and 2 are mall trains. "Wax Flowers and Artists Material at McCAULEY & CO S. 4w Pic-nic time is a...

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 April 1875

" v BE lUTPf AS 10 U CAA. , i ! i.- i s . Tfata Sf U not all senshlne ' ., J KTt "r U t yet ail iiowA , - But storm and lm alternate, As thorn am on the flower; And while we seek the roses. The thorn fall oft we scan. Still let us, though they wound us. Be nappy M we can. A i. j. This life ha heavy crosses, ' A well as Joys to share, J And grlefsand diaappolmiDenta, 1 Which you and liuual bear) . f m Ye, if misfortune's lava - . - -En tombs Hope's dearest plan, t Iet as with what is left us, ' v lie happy as we can. The sob of or enjoyment Is medeof little things, - As of the broadest rivers Are formed from smaller springs: By treasuring small waters i The rivers leach their spaa. Bo we increase our pleasure, Enjoying what we can- There may be burning deserta Through which oar feet may go, But there are given oases - W here pleasant pal m trees grow ; And If we may not follow The patn our hearts would fain, Let ns make all around us . As happy a we can. -. Perchance we may not climb...

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 April 1875

'.V,, r:'- t v ' 7- .V -r u,x...i ' VOL. 42.--NO 48. CLARKSVILLE, ; TENH.y. SATURDAY APRIL' 24, ,1875. ' ; . BRTO mm mtpai rs 0 S Family Medicines, Cheimcals, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Varnishes and Oils. TOILET ARTICLES IKT GREAT VARIETY. And most of Ihene being bonht si ncelbo great contraction In prices we are enabled to offer at unuwually low prices. BOOKS and STATIONERY Of every description. We call attention of the pnbllc nnnerally to out lull stock of hKil llMks, which weotti-rat I'nnliNlier prices. You will tinU at our House tlie nonks In use luCoiumon Schools. KU-wart College. Clitrksvilie hemale Academy and I'rivnUi fSciiooU throughout the Couuty. To the Uidies we sny, call und examine tlie largest assortment of New Styles English and French Paper Ever offered in GARDEN S We have Just receir-d a full assortment h iiapcr'af seed in our House at tlie limning of the Season, our lrleudscau rely upon ull they get from us as being FRESH. Respectfully, , . OWEIff & HOORE. ..... - ....

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 24 April 1875

THE CHRONICLE E. lf. THOMAS. Editor. TEBXS . IS ADVANCE. CL1EKSTILLE : : APKIL 24,1875. TEXAS. It seems that there is a movement in western Texas, in favor of separation from the eastern portion of the State. What may be the conflicting interests which suggest the separation, we are not advised, but hope the movement will prove successful. If, as we un derstand, there is a provision in the treaty of anneition, for the "subdivis ion of the State into several, it is prob able that the government will sanction the movement of the citizens of the western division. The present Radi cal administration will hardly have the unblushing impudence to resist the movement, in view of the fact, that the party it represents, severed West Virginia from the East, in order to strengthen the Radical party, and that subsequently, three or four States have been erected in the north-west with the same object in view, and without the sanction of law, in either of the cases. The object in each icstance, wa...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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