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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 24 April 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLABKSYILLE, APRIL 24, 1S75. J. ft. XSBLKTT. . J. A. OKAKT KEBLETT & BRaNT, PUBLISHERS AKD PK0PKIIT0R8. OF ADTKBTDUKO i Out Dollar per square of Ten lines or leas. RATES OF ADVERTISING. KO. BQCakkS. Imo 2X0 8 MO 6XO 110 1 Rqnare 2 Square . 3 Square... 4 Bquarea... Column... Column l Colamn t Column 350 600 7 W 4 50 8 00 600 too 15 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 ftO 00 115 00 150 00 1000 1200 1000 18 00 1000 12 0011500:20 00 150J!180024) OOiSOOO 25 00(30 00185 00150 00 S5 00i 00(50 OOlOO 00 40 0" !4M 00 '65 00 1 80 00 Announcement of marriage and deaths rree tributes of respect and obituaries half price. LOlWVILtEASDSiASMVlLI.EASl) CBEATSOtTIIERS RAILROAD. GOISO HORTH. Train No. S arrives and leaves at 11:45 A. M. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:20 P. M. GOIKG SOCTH. Tra n Nol arrives at :22 r. . Train No. 3 arrives and leaves at 145 A.m. e-Nos. 1 and 2 are mail trains. Come see the "Sports on a Lark." Franklin Hall, April 29 pd 30. TnE Non-Explosive Elaine Oil at McCAULE...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 24 April 1875

XT (T M T LITTLE W IFEr T : V j ?-i ; f H : i guests our bounty share; Tr damask cloth lssnowy-whlt, The service elegant and bright. Our chin quaint and rare; Nv little wte presides, H' A kit perfect lova abide. The bread "Ponge, the batter gojd, .' i ' The muBlus nice and hot: ... T ? W"h at Hi oug n the i n d s wi ihout blow cold ? TSewaIlia little woildenfuld, . . And UrcMtrtu fcaaooa Kxgoc. In the firelight's cliecrlul glow ' Beams a paradise uerow. A fairer picture who hath aeen t Holt lights and shadows ttleut ; The central figure ol theeeie, -fcue its, my wife, my love, my queen, s, Her head a little bent; And la her even of bine ' V 1 read my bliss anew, r - JvtiKli heras she poors the tea, " - With quiet, gentle grace; With Augers dell aud movement free She mixes In the cream for me, A bright smile on her laoe; Ana asshesendi it np ... I pledge her in my cup,' v 1'ib AtAr mun VkfinrA iU IiImI . Tbe passing thooglitsiie moat have go eased. or now dear ups on mine are pressed...

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. — 1 May 1875

ARK CHRONICLE. VOL. 42.--NO 49. CLAKKSVILLE, TENN.'," SATURDAY, MAY J , 1875. WHOLE NO. 2,181. GL W. WEEKLY . BUG BEtJGSn .DRTJOS!!! Family Medicines, Cheimcals, Dye Stuffs, Faints, Varnishes TOILET RETICLES IW GREAT VARIETY. And most of these being bought since the great contraction in prices we are enabled to offer at unusually low price. . - BOOKS and STATIONERY Of every description, We call attent ion of e ofh-rat Publishers School Book, which reoBcret Publishers lval Schools throughout the County. To the Ladies We say, call and examine the largest assortment of Hew. Styles English and French Paper ' Ever offered In this market. In nu In IVii.im.i Mmnla Hlwart GARDEN SEED ! Wa nave Inst received a fnll assortment of Garden Beed from Rob't. Bolst, which w sw enabled to offer wholesale or retail at Lowest Market Prices. As we did not have paper of seed In onr House st the lieglnningof theSeasou, our friends can rely npon ill they get from us as being FKESII. Kesiectlullv, OWBM. &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. — 1 May 1875

THE CHRONICLE 'ii. W. THOMAS, Editor. jtebws s a.oo tx adtajtce. C'LAEKSTItXE SSI MAY 1, 1875. THE SEXT PKESlDESCr. There ire few intelligent patrioU in the country, who hive not already ar rived at the conclusion, that the great issue, in the coming Presidential cam paign, is not, who shall be the man, but whether the Rupublic shall longer exist. Could this vital truism be thoroughly impressed upon the popu lar mind, not a doubt would exist as to the final result But so long as each demagogue in the land, has his follow ers among the fickle and unreasoning multitude : so lone as the enemies of free institutions are seeking to foment discord and division, by forming new parties upon specious fallacies, just so long will corruption usurp the place of integrity, and wrong and injustice chape the government of the aristoc racy of nabobs whose ill-gotten wealth is the powerful agency for the enslave ment of the duped multitude. '" Free thought and free speech is the inestimable right up...

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. — 1 May 1875

THE CHRONICLE .1 : 1 CLARKSVILLE, MAY 1, 1875. J. . WXBLmTT, --? . A. waAJtT FEBLETT & GRAHT, PUBLISH IRS AKD PKOPRIITOES. :-' urn or aDVmTisr! One Dollar per square of Tan lines or la RATES OF ADVERTISING. KO. S9,UAXa. 1KO I MO (MO 13 KO 30 t 00 T 64 1000 1500 2500 8500 4000 4 50 800 1000 12 00 18 00 80 00 48 00 48 00 600 1000 00 15 00 18 00 150 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 150 00 4 Ain.' S Hqaarea. 1200 1500 20 00 M Column...... Ooluura . 2000130 00 85O0j5OOO 74 6000160 00 I uoiu 56 00180 00 Announcement of marriages and deaths free-tribute of respect and obltuarlea half price. I.OCISTILLEAHDIIASHYILLEAIID GREAT miERJI RAILROAD. : OOIHQ WORTH. Train So, S arrlvm and leaves at 11:45 A. M. Trai n No. 4 leaves at 8:20 r. x. j GOING BOOTH. Tra n No. 1 arrive at 6:22 r. x. Train No. t arrives and leaves at 3:15 a.m. . aa-Koa. 1 and 2 are mail trains. PublicWotice! Wanted. All the Wool and Ginseng whl h is for wile, for which we will pay the highest market price,- delivered ...

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. — 1 May 1875

BE CAREFUL 1YI11T YOU SAY. Xn speaking of a personlo fcnlU, ' Prr.y don't forget yoor own ; Remember those with homes of glass Hlioui J seldom throw a 8 lone, lr we have uolhiug else to do. Than talk of those who sin. Tig better we ooramenoe at borne. And from that point begin. We have bo right to Judge a man. Until he'a fairly tried : Should we not like his company, We know the world ta wide. Bo rue may have faults and who has not ? Tr-e old as well as yonntr ; Perhaps we may, for aught we know. Have nfty to their one. I'll tell too of a better plan , And find it worics full well ; To try my own defeats to curs. Ere others fau Its I'll tell ; And though I sometime hope to be No wore than some 1 know, ilrawa short coinings bid me let .The faulu of others go. Then let ns all, when we begin To stands friend 01 foe. Think of the harm one word may do t' those we ill lie know. - -Itemeinber curses, sometimes, like Our chickens, "roost at hoiue ;" Dou'l apeak of others' fault until - V ha...

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. — 8 May 1875

; j;: 7 (J LA R KiS V 1LLK WEE K L Y. CHRON 1 CLE. ' VOL. '42. NO 50. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, MAY 8. 1875. WHOLE NO. 2,182. w DRUGS!!, DRUGS W Family Medicines, Cheimcals, Dye Stuffs,. Paintsj cly.L -;, vVarnishes ,nd . Oils. : -I' i V j TOILET ARTICLES Iltf GREAT VARIETY. And moat of these being bonght wince the great contraction in prices we are enabled to offer at nnusuaUy low prices. BOOKS and STATIONERY Of every description. We call attention of the public generally to onr full stock of scnuoi uookh, wntcn we oner at tuul:her price. You will flna at our House tne oookft In line 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 fHGW -Styles English and. French Paper Ever offered In this market. GARDEN SEED ! We have lust received a full assortment of Garden Seed from Roh't. Bnlst, which we are enabled to offer wholesale or retail at Lowest Market Prices....

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. — 8 May 1875

THE CHRONICLE Itrtr. THOMAS. Editor. " icnni iis oo is adtakce. CL.VUVSYILLE : HAY 8, 1875. TilE COLORED ELEMENT. Judge Kelly, one of the bitnon'pure irorthippcrs of the African idol, has tcturued home from a viit to South, Carolina, and is sid to tear nj on Lis fouulcuance, tho unwelcome conviq tion that the negro, after years, of freer dom and citzcuship, is still A negro. Many of. the fanatical philanthropists of the North,; will" yet live to learri their uiousttous crime against liberty, jastice, morality and humanity iu their efforts to make the Ethiopian' white, and to elevate him above the standard fixd forhini by ; Almighty wisdom. It may be, however, tbtt the Puritans, in the fullness of their couceit. that they are superior, in nil the elements of wisdom and power, to the God who wade them, adopted the theory that ignorance and vice are the vital ele ments of good government; if to, Radical practice is in full accord with that theory, and the result is the present debased ...

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. — 8 May 1875

'HE CIIIIONICEE CL ARKSTTLLE, MAT 8, 18J5. J. S. MKHLKTT. J. A. GEAKT JEBLETT & GRIST, : . FUBL16QE&3 AND r&OPKIETOBS. KATES or ADVKRT18ISO t Un Dollar par square of Ten line or lea. KATES OF ADVERTISING. MO. SQUASH. 2 MO (MO HMO 1 Siaare 8 Square., 3 Hquarea. 4 Sonares., 2 50 6) 7 Si! 1U00 15X) 45 Ml 430 6 00 8 00 15 00 20 00 25 IO SO 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 150 00 8 00110 00 15 00 tW 18 00 00?0 00 00 30 o 00150 00 00; HO 00 00 1 M) 00 10 00 12 IxOOllS Column IS 00; 21) 30 00136 43 00 60 48 0U!55 t column. i Column. 35 01 t Cola 40 00 ifLi.Atiiuvinntr marrinjres and deaths Iroe tributes of respect and obituaries half price. LOriSVILI.E AND NASHVILLE ASD CiKEAT SOCTIIERX RAILROAD. . . OOIKO NOgTH.- Traln No. 2 arrives and leaves at 11:45 A. M, Train No. 4 leaves at 2:20 P. U. . ... GOING SOUTH. . "' ', Tra n So. 1 arrives at 6:22 p. M. Train No. 3 arrives and leaves at S:45 a. m. TNoV. 1 and 2 are mail trains. Publibltfotice! Wanted. All tlie Wool and tliiiscng will, h Is ...

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. — 8 May 1875

.-.- f LOXOFELLOW, IK TBS MAT ATLANTIC. gweet the menory Is to me Of a land beyond the sea. Where the wavesand mountain meet; Where amid the muiberry-treea T Hits Amain tn tlie heat,- - - ;. Hath ins ever her white feet r-' lit tbe UJeJess, Hummer seas. '" 5".' - Tn themlddliof the town. From Its fonrlalns in the hilis. Tumbling through the narrow gorge '1 he Canuelo ruMies down, ' Tunis the great whees of the mills, lAtls the hammers of the forge. Tls a stairway, not street. That ascends the deep ravine, ., WherethetorrentJeapsbetweea.... ,,' Hoc It y walls that alniunt meet. To.liug up from stair to stair . . , PeasantgirtstiielrtoBrdeoshea; -(Sunburnt daughter ot the soil. Stately figures '-all and straight ; What Inexorable fate Dooms them to tut- life of Y1 T, ; Ixild of .vineyards' and of lands, ' Fht uk..UxjiiviU slauils.. On Its terraced wirin aloof eaus a monk with folded hands, Placid, aalislied, serene, Looking down upon theseeae- . - . ; Over wall and red-tiled roof; ' W...

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. — 15 May 1875

WEE KLY GHROjN .GEE hi -j 1 J t i it' VOL. 42-. NO 51 BRUGSI!.IDEUGS!!I Family. Medicines, Cieimcalsf;Dye Stuffs,, Paints, '.H " ' ' IT -1 J Alii ;: ' ! ' V f : varnisnes Ilff GREAT And most of these being bought since thoftrest contraction in prices -we are enabled T (TQ "I ril II I l iA VI III I 1 J J J SWj CfJ J.JL VL 94-nnoi i(mkk. which. venflrrHl riiblixherx . . - nvVOUBM. ookx in use in Common School, su-wart i-rivKW r-K'iiooih inrougiioui me. oouniy. TJmitr ff tt1w 17nlTV aiC UU. M bVlwU M.L1 JLkQLL ClilU X' 1 CllUll 1 duel " Kver offered GARDEN SEED! We have Just recelvpd a full assortment of (inrden Seed from Rob't. Hulst, which we are enabled U oiler wholexuleor retail at Lowest Market 1'rices. Ar we did not have m iaMr of Kced in our House at the let;i lining of the Season, our friends can rely upon nil they get from us as being FULvSli. KcKjH.-ctfully, OWEN cS ., 1875-tf. NEW CLOTHING -AND Gents Furnishers S7 PUANKUN STUEET, THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF CLOTHING Puriiishi...

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. — 15 May 1875

the cnitoNiCLE ... JU W. TU03IAS. Editor , TKMS i $2.00 IS ADVASIK. i:;.AUKSTILLE : : : iUY 13, 1875. GU1MJEUSASU TOBACCO. We .took occasion, a week or two since, to suggest to the Tobacco Council, the wisdom of adopting measurea ior IiTurati ng, among the G rangers, the area each bhoul J plant in tobacco. We did this with little ceetatioii of accom plishing the desired, object, because such an arrangement can be effected only by mutual consent, and any at tempt at authoritative interference with the rights of the farmers to cut their throat, if they choose, will give rise to mischievous dificcrd. Our sole motive, in making that suggestion, was to advance the interest of agriculture, the individual and collective prosperi ty of those whose daily vocation is the cultivation of the soil. We looked at the cottoa States, and saw their pover ty has been, annually, increased undci the false idea that, to raise cottou, in .the greatest p)tiblc quantity, was thf It It mad to wealth, and bel...

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. — 15 May 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLARKSVILLE, MAY 15, 1875. J. ft. KKBLKTT. J. A. GEAWT r SEBLETT UEAXT, " rCEUSUKES AND FROPBIXTOKS. 11TEI Or ADVERTISING ; Una Dollar per square of Tea lines or le RATES OF ADVERTISING. 0. KftDlIIi. 2 no (MO IS MO I Square 2 too 7 50 60o! ao 15 00 OOllOOOl 15 WO ooiuoo moo OOil500!2UOO 20 00 25 00 3 Squurt - Ho.uarea. JjColniait & Celnmn i Column 1000 12 30 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 150 00 1500(18 o)!20 00i:oo to 00; SO 85 00(43 4000148 00; Si 00 50 00 00 'WOO 00 00 00 65 00 ll0u Announcement of marriages aud death rrtrirnte of respect and obituaries hill f price. ,OllSVILI.EASBS.lSIITIU.KASI) tiKEAT SOITHEBS RAILROAD. OOISO NORTH. Train So. 2 arrive and leaves at 11:15 A. M. Train So. 4 leave al 2:20 P. M. ooina south. ; Tra n No. i arrive at 6:22 p. M. Train No. 8 arrive and leave at 3:15 A. M. rxM. I and S are moil train. , Public UTotice ! Wanted. All the Wool and . Ginseng whl B is tor sale, fur which we will liy the highest market price, deli vered at our Htoreo...

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. — 15 May 1875

u ill ... . rwhen Editor A. Poe waspublishliiir hl Jf, ilfS'V Journal. In Se York, it. M5. flie following peiii wascon it ilwlwi to ,,lm- Hnr)jr enough " doe al-eur tu an? of his eoll-icurd w.triu. AorotXM of the renewed Interest tu tms roadworks, which the movement ,, rf jtlucin a laonniiient over bl ttlinoit forrfuwen dust excite-, we re-pro-diic- the oeni. which will compare favor ily wilh lil moat celebratcJ firoducUoiis: . t'.na-alh tlieylne clad earea. wuow shadows tali be-fore Thy lowly eottafc-e door Tnder the lilac' tremulous leavee Wlthta thy suowy.cluspel hand The purple flowers ll nore-e .. Tjtat ve. In drwains. I saw thee aland, Likixineeiily nvmpli from fairy bind, Ktieh 'nitre of lb l!owry,wUd,. , .Most Ueanteons Isadure! JVnd when I hade the llrt-uia 1'pou the spirit Hee, Thy vioiirt -'" l,M w ' ; ; I'pturued, did overflowing seem WilU Ihetieeu untold Uelijjbl ,, ('llf (Ji.Tr'imiiitJ- :' Thy rlaivh; brow, lilies while. And ilaaHthelnilHrlHl Night, I poii her throne w...

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. — 22 May 1875

VOL. 42. NO 52. CLARKSVILLE, TENN. , SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1875. WHOLE NO. 2,184. r 1 I f It o Family Hedicines, Cheimcals, Dye Stufis, . Paints, C v; . ! Varnishes and Oils. -V'-J--Vv - J TOILET HTIOLES ZBT GREAT VARIETY. And most or these being bought since the great contraction in prices we are enabled g ' y - to offer at unusually low prices. f -. BOOKS and STATIONERY Of every description. "Woe!! attention ol Ui poblie Ki-oernJly to onr toll stock of 9c!iool Itooki. wlilcli we.ltTnt I'nltlislier prlo-. You will lind at our Houmo the IxK.lt in line iu Common Schools. Hu-wurt Coliexe. Clnrlisvilie Female Academy and J'rlvlK:li.il.. throughout the County. To the ladies we nay, cull and examine the largo! asMortinent of Hew Styles. Englisti and 'French Paper Ever offered iu GARDEN SEED! We have Jt revived A fall assortment of (iai-den Rwl from Rob't. Knlttt. which t are enabled Ut oiler whoiesulc or retail at Iwel Market I'nces. As we did not have m imperof kw1 ia ur Houw al the iH-gini...

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. — 22 May 1875

I ) t THE CHRONICLE v. ..g.JTI03LiSydItr'- - ., ;LARKSTILLE : : ; MAY 22, 18;. : WU V SUUULI) THEY FAIL ! . The thoughtles remark u often made, that the Grange will soon play out, bat when tiled why, the prophet Van no do better than cite other organi sations tbathaTe flourished awhile.tnd then collapsed. As the basis for such predictions,' precedent w worthier, because do similar organization' has ever existed. Wero it political, or one made p of every grade of intellect and morality and every shade or opin ion and interest, these elements would alone suffice to insure disintegration and destroy every hope that good roy combination which if held together at all. has for iU cement un yorthy motives and corruptly selfish objects. But the Granges embody about a million of wen whose vocation is the roost moral and important of all others men reared, for the most part. outride of those influences which cn gender evil passion and vicious habit8 men who have learned, from long experience,...

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. — 22 May 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLAEKSTILLE, MAT 22, 1875. . a. HEBLXTT. J. A. GnAST - m?lFTT 6RAJTT. -PtJBLISHKRS AND PBOPBIITOBS. - ' " ' EATZfl OF ASVXBTISIXec ' On Dollar per square of Ten line or lets. BATES OF ADYEBTISIXfi. MO. QUAXBa. 2 MO mo MO IS MO 1 Hquara. 2 Hquarea. St Kqnares. 4 Squares, 1.0 00 7 60 150 too 10 00 1200 600 00 15 0o 20 00 5 00 80 00 45 00 1000! IS 00 12 00 'ID 00 16O0I20 0O 10iW ii Uolnia 15 001 18 00 25 oo i ; oj 20 00 1 M f'J 0oi50 0O .viooioooo C Oolumn Column 1 Column.. 80 00 115 00 35 00 4J0U 40j0liB00 55 00 1 W 00 150 00 . Announcement of marriage and deaths r tributes of respect and obituaries half price. I.OCIKYIIXE ANIN AUTHXB ANI UBF-ATSOmiERX BAILBOAD. GOIXC- SOUTH. Train No. f arrives and leaves at 11:15 A. M. Tral u No. 4 leaves at 120 p. M. " COIN J SOUTH. Tre n No. 1 arrival at 6:22 p. m. Train N4 I arrives and leaves at 3:15 A.M. sa-Kon. 1 and 2 ate insll trains PublicW otice ! Wanted. All the Wool and ;insene whi Ii Mfor sale, for which we w ill pay the l...

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. — 22 May 1875

LOVE THE OLD. "fT r '1 ff A gem of pnio posey. from a Rifted, true ).eart,ln life's youuitmcra. Noefrustouof ripe jesrsuraie. lier "Lve the OIJ." - I love the old, lo lean beside . , . . -'- The antique easy chair, i And ! my rliiKers softly o'er r A wreath of aiivereJ hair -, . T press my glowing Up upon , Tlit" furrowed brow, ud Within the sunken eye wlo-re dwells The -light of olher days." . To fuUl the pule and feet" baud -.-; . ' Tbatou my youiluul .v Hm lain bo tenderly the while . . The evening prayer was Mid. To nedleiluwu to tlie heart And marvel how It neld - j Bucli tones of lern It,-" 1 ' " The chronicles ol Eld. , Oil f youth iTiou hast so much of Joy, So much of life and love, Ho tunny hope age hat but one. The hope 0 bliss ahov. ... Turn awbih from tkeuft away" Tneheer the rid. and bleu , The watted brarttprtngs witll a stream "Of gusliing ituuuiuiw. . t Hunvt nAw a nntlt tllooill. snrlnn nroutilv on. as tho' H mocked At time's unlell confer!. .r ' Inuihey hve marched...

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. — 29 May 1875

- . , 1 1EK ? - I W VOL. 43--NO. 1 ; : CLARKSVILLEENN., SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1875. WHOLE NO. 2,185.'. lid i if i 0 Family Medicines, ;Chei2npais(Djfe Stuffs,; Paints, Varnishes' and1 Oils '' ' ; "Vv" TOILET AffiEI in GREAT VARIETY. And most pf those being ljou:;ht since IhegreiU contraction In prices wc are enabled u olfor atuDiwually low prices. . , BOOKS and STATIOIERY s i Of every description. Wccnl! attention of the public cci-.erally to our full stock of 'v-liool ibtoks. wlii-iK-pi:l.-rBl I'lihlisliers price. You will find at our Ilonso the uook in use in Common School. Nu-wart kiliee. Clarksvlllu Ki-male AcauViny mid IVivnlr Ki:Ii.iIk tin uuglioul the County. To the Iridic, we say, cull anil examine the largest uMort!iit'iit I " Hew Styles-English and French Paper Ever offered In this market. GARDEN SEED ! We have Just received a full assortment of Cianlen Meed from KoVt. HiilsC wilcli we are enabled to oirer wholeiwleor retail n Lowest Market Prices. A we did not have a p:iH-r o...

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. — 29 May 1875

HE CHHONICLE K. IT. THOMAS. Editor. - LAKKSTILLE l x'MIT 29,18?. AVSICULTUBaL SCHOOLS. As far as we have been informed, AericuUnr.1 Colleges hate disappoint- d public expectation, because the ed ucation they iicpurt better fits the pu pil for some other profession than that f a farmer. We ascribe the disposi tion to become lawyers and physicians, not so much to the bram-he of tud pursued, as to neglect, ou the part ol wnfessors. to inculcate the dignity ol labor, the vital importance of agricul inre and a predilection for a country life. They are not sufficiently im Tressed with the fact that farming is the most independent of all vocations, besides affording more comfort, at les cost and tiring, by its very nature ampler security for happincs?, by re moving those who purue it farthei from temptations to vicious pleasures and inclining ihein to the most de lightful and purifying of all studies the book of nature. The upturned soil upon which he treads, who lollowr the plow, presents...

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