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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 29 May 1875

THE CHJIONICLE CLARKSTILLE, MAY 29, 1875. I. a. MEBLETT. J. A. GKAKT f XEBLETT GRIST, TJBLI8HIRS AND PROPRIITORS. (ATM OF ADVIBTIBIICO ! . One Dollar per aqnar of Ten line or lea. HATES OF ADVERTISING. KO. IKIVASM. 1H0 2 MO I MO 12 MO 1 qnare 3 Bquarea 4 Hquarea. Column.. H Coluuiu Oolumn I Col u mo tie 4 50 500 00 15 00 IK (HI 15 0o 20 00 25 00 3U 00 7 1000 120 lowiisooiisou uou'isiwi-ivoo 20 OO 30 00 45 00 25 00 So 00 4000 30 00 48 00 48 011 41) (XI 5000 50 W ') 6 00 M)00 115 00 150 00 Announcement of marriages and deaths freetributes of respect and obituaries half price. fcQriVIM. AKDKAS1IVII.I.EAKO 4JBEAT HOmiERI KAII.BOAto. 001X0 WORTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaves at 8:15 P. M. Train No. 4 leaves at 2:20 P. M. - COIXO SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrives at 7:25 P. M. Train No. 1 arrives and leaves at 0:07 a.m. 'ArriTal and Departure of Mall. CLOSE. For Louisville and beyond, 2 p. m. and 7: P. m. For Nashville, 7:1 p. v. Between Clarksville and Loubivllle, 2 p. M. Southeastern Railway...

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. — 29 May 1875

"KICK HIM WHEN HE'S I IT-V ! : " ' ' Ari.n 11 run of prosperity sJii''R. f A i t! il..,,crnwitij rich everyxlny ; v1.2n ? ea.n7mforl twltplng. And .M ico" cnwnii lib. war. How fnJ .will then flock, about him ! 3 Sid If Fortune happen " fro" Ibiw qul'kly '' "cd shoulder, J. Ami lie k icked beca use lie i dow u TXow kindly the world wl'.lxmlle o'u Mm When life with success abound ! . ' 31 wrUiluy-Ul-uUlr-'twill ree I.I.U K In pleasure lie ridum around I 3U.t then let reverse oVrtte hiiii. And Mends. both ' counlr '"v" llsve n 't kind word Willi to '""- BitiUlkicicblmniKouiwheUowul Xt a man et fioidtlon or we.dtu. - i tMltr- .Tot tVliitrlBM or by fraod.) J Ine world nod. approvingly fcl J"1'1;, And hi. act. II will loHS V hHl lli "iiaii '' ttrMi vlllaiu. . While be', ou iim ---wi- ltiii tlicy'llkick him ii ever he setsdown! When h man li plenty of 'KrcenlMii ks," nd lie lienltliy ud li-Hllvu aud gay. lle'a counted a bully jowl chum," thou. ii.i the crowd iipj.rovcsall lie may say ; at ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 5 June 1875

OLA WEEKLY I'M . lUi J I! A u LQ l VOL. 43 NO. 2. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1875. WHOLE NO. 2,186. 1 J xTTr TTT. TTT Hi tOi B IBM I i I If I 1 r . ' DETOS M o II 17 11 n i 1 l Ll -i-L-r- juvl vi rv Pattnily Hcdicines, ; Cheimcals.Dye Stuffs,- Paints, Varnishes and 'Oils. ' " ": TOILET ARTICLES Iltf GREAT VARIETY. , And woKtor these being bought wince tbt? (treat contraction In prices we aro enabled a. - to olfor at unusually low prices. BOOKS and STATIONERY Of every description. Wecall attention ol the public (tcnernlly to our tull stock of School Books, wlilcu weutlpru I'lililislierH price. You will find at our House the ixMkn lu ne in (Vim mo n SWiooIm, Stewart t'-olietfC, ("larksvilie Female Ac.Klemy mid JYivaU-hooUlhroiiglioul lucCouuty. To the I Julie we say, call and examine the largest axMurtiueiit of . Hew! Styles English and French Paper Ever offered in thin market. GARDEN SEED ! We have Jnst received a full assortment oToarden Boed from Itob't. Bulst. which we ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 5 June 1875

x"-"6; W"" ' i ? i L'HE CHRONICLE IiW.TIIOJllii Editor. . . , -r-, T I TCKX.1 t IS ADTAKCE. :L1CKST!LI I I 1 JCXE 5, 185. SHESMaS AS3 1IIS EET1LERS. gome of the ultra Radical sheets de nounce Oca. Sherman as 'a traitor aud copperhead, and characterize as infamous the jut t and patriotic term of purrender conceded to Gen. Joseph K. Johnston, without stopping to enquire whether Grant is not equally guilty. It is not strange that such viperous organs of Radicalism can not appreciate anything just or magnani mous in war or peace ; yet they should remember that whatever may have been Sherman's iutcctions, they sig nally failed to reflect honor upon his party or to alleviate the sufteriog of the South. Thanks to Tennessee and the little accideut that befell Lin coin, these extreme Radicals had a President who hated the southern peo ple as cordially a the worst of them, who repudiated those honorable and patriotic terms and inaugurated recon duction as a means of making treason odiou." The...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 5 June 1875

4 J t HE CHRONICLE JL CLABKSTILLE, JCJE 5, 1875. 1 , a. Eni.rrT. j. a. gbixt SEBLETT A GRAKT, rmustrxus andtro-puiitom. katic or AJTiTisiia : Um Dollar per K)un f Tsn. 11dm or lees. KATES OF ADVERTISING. DO, QDAS. IMO mo I MO lJXO 1 Kjuar 2 Kjua,reit, 3 50 0 8K ton IS On aiMiiou' IjOO SO 00 25 00 7 60 1000115! OOil 00 4 Square l! 12 00; 1600' M 00 so oo 4 5 UU 80 00 115 00 ISO 00 Column. iilsaoasouiMOu vo W IVilumn ! 2f (Hi ; ) tu ; i 00 i fHI 0 Coluta S5 00 . 43 00 60 00 r0U 4000!4OQ'HW!000 I CbIimdu Announcement of rutrrlages and deaths free tributes of respect and qbituarie. half price. I.Ul'INVILLE ASDSASIIVIILKAHD UREAT SOCTIIEUS BAILUOAB. i'jnjH' f C-1 : 1 ' 1 WORTH. - I Train No". S arrives aud leaves at 8:45 P. w. Train So. 4 leaves at 2:20 P. M. - ' ' aoixe south i Train No. 1 arrives at7A"i p. m. Tr iis No. S arrive and leaves at 07 A.M. PublcKotice!1 Wanted. All the Wool and tllnseng will, h Is for sale, for which we will pay tlie l.irstwt market price, delivered at our H...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 5 June 1875

-... --V . '--A!SrU C . U 1 I T1ID UlDlf'f X U a. The following Ullie li'-test poem by Han lirlsmn Andcraon.aud in now for Die flnst Time published In Kngllsh. Tb transla tion IsbfrMhw AdmlneSlndberg.of laoUon, ntid retain 1 A very lappy maimer tlk Uavorof the original ; . .-, . From pyramid In th desert's amid A itiumitiy vu brought to Denmark 4 laud . Tlie hieroglyphic Inscription told That the Uxly embaliUL-d wu three thous and years old. Jt wan the eorps of a mighty queen, examining tt.Miry found between . Iter closed finger a corn of wheat. Ho well preserved wan this lltUd need, r 1 1 i r, f , fietng mnrn, H mi mmm-s ..mmo,- - Jl delicate stem or atigni-greeu siiaue. The far got filled will ripcalng earn, J-ull-groa'n through suualiine and light of . lb utorn. .. i . f i .. . I'll ft t wonderful power In ooru so small Jl i a I won to each and all. Three thousand year did not . quench IU gfrill Jl leauhes oar faith to bestroim and Ann. When such a life Is Inhl in corn, When out ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 12 June 1875

CLAUKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1875. WHOLE 'NO; 2,187. VOL. 41 NO. 3 MWIGSI! DETJ&S!!! PaailyHedicines; Cheiacals', Dye St-af&,'Paints", ?Wvi " "Tandshand ils.-"'"'""''" " TOILET CUTICLES IN GREAT VARIETY- AodnroHlof Uke being bought since lhojtiteoalraction in prices we are enabled - i to offer at unusually low prices. c - BOOKS and STATIONERY Of every description; TVeeall attention ot' the P" " tuV'Ho'uhi 'S:liool Look., w I. tel. we offer at Pul.l Isher priced. Vou il 1 i ml at r d oook. in u in Counno. Kc..o.,U. .trw.rt l 1 V'" ' .""SlX "he Private NcIiuiiU llirouglioui mcvouuij . . - lurgt-Kl amtortiueut of , , . Hew - Styles English and 'French Paper Ever offered in this market. GAKDEN SEED! we a V hW J. rcl a full u,rt...nl f en Sjed .eCd have aree..abllHlU,o.rerwholeileor retail t uaoer of eeu in our nouxe i .....--. . . - II lliey net from u u iMjlug uwii. ""I""""' OWES & MOOHE. Country Produce. Taken. in Exchange Shoes,. Hats, fcc'ftc.- for Soots, Forta...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 12 June 1875

' KOTLCKPS DEAD. Anything of their kind In Iho English language. Tncy are touching, bennUfult ehiquent and grand. One of the Stanton adorns a monument in a Boston, cemetery yes, era In cultivated, conceited bos ton, where the? bosst of their Longfellow. and Holmes, and look 'with contempt upon all American literature that dues not uavelU birth In. Massachusetts. The author, a gallant soldier poet of the C 8. A, now dead, lie waa on Gen. Breokenndgew staff. The muffled drum's sad'roll nasi beat, " The eoidier'slast tattoo: Do more on llte's parade shall meet The brave and daring few ; i , ., i; On fame's eternal camiiing frround Their silent tents are spread, And glory guard wits soleDia pound1.' Tue bivouac of the dead. If., answer to the foe's advance Now ewellH upon the wind ; . -, No tronhlal liioaii;hUilTiilliii;ht haunts of loved ones li'lt behind ; -o vision H Ute morrow's strife 5 The warrior's dream alarms No braying horu or scream injlifo At dawn shall call to arms. Their s...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 19 June 1875

i A: K H 7 I i r-Y H WAV H N , V ... fl m Ofl :D:f;l:n:- ;1 , ' r jv ? I i i . ' r fin i ii u a u i tv y ii ii n j -j y y ii j n i ti w ii - - a ii . i n n i x . ii , ,i w i i . n i ih VOL. 43--NO. 4 CLARKSVILLETENN., SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1875. :. BIRO DRTJGS11 DRUGS!!! o f axxulj UedicineSp Cheimcals Dye Stuffs, Paints, TOILET ' A-PuTICLES IW GREAT VARIETY. And most of IbeaeWlng bought nlnco the great cnntrnrtion In prices we are enabled i - . . u offer at unusually low prices. , BOOKS and STATIONERY , ? . Of every description. Weeall attention of Hie public generally to onr full stock of 'School liook. which we offer itl rNibllHheni price. Yon will find at our lions the oooltB ill ue in Common Hchoolx. Hlewart College. Clarksville Female Academy and ITivaleHcliooU throughout the County. To the toadies we nay, call ami examine the 1 urge! aaaortnieul of New Styles -English and French Paper Ever offered in this market. GARDEN SEED We have Inst received a full assortment of Garden Heed...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 19 June 1875

THE CHRONICLE K. v. THOMAS. Editor. TEBII tS.M I ADVANCE. C LA II SEVILLE I t Jl'SE 19. IMS BT THE SWE1T OF Till FACE BUILT THOU-EAT BREAD" 5s a Biblical mandate which, we think, is distorted from iU true meaning, wheu considered ta cure a punish ment iuflicted upon Adam for bis dis- - obedience. This traditional view of the aulject baa done uiucli to lessen the dignity of labor, by encouraging - the m'uuteu impression that, as a curee, it has been more or less a degra dation to all who,' like Adam, bave tilled the soil to obtain the necessaries of life. But whatever tbo original in- ' lent in its immediate application to , Adam, the world ought to have learned by thin time that the assumed curse ... ll4iiir in difcruise. and tuat idleness, "the root of all evil," aud the very opposite of labor, U the true curse under which mankiud tsuHen most. The audden transition from luxu rious idleness to untried toil, with all its accompanying privations, Adam may , well have viewed ts a curse...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 19 June 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLAKKSTCLLE, J USE 1875. J. a. KBBLBTT. I. A. SBAXT JfEBLETT G2UTT, TCBLIBBXM AITD rftOFKIXTOBa. k.te or ADTxmaiFa : , ' On Dollar per square of Tea lines or less. P. Onial, clerk, haa non-resident BOtico in to-day's paper. - - Baikea & Cockts advertise the Persian black-eye Pea a novel varie vs . ty. Call and see them. ' ' -V."- Th Fourth of Jaly eomee on San- We infer from tb.ia that it will be generally observed. Our neighbor Doak aay the legacy he receired, not long since, wear No. 7't. lie will be a man before his dad dy is, it he progresses at that rate. j - .1 n " - ' .We pablisB, in another colamn, re ports of the crop prospects from vari ant localities. It is encouraging to read such g od news. - -- J: Seyxeal of our citizens Late lost 1 fine cowi recently, their' deaths occur Wring just after calving. So one can assign a causa for it. Da. II. E. Beach will leave the city next Tuesday evening, to be ab sent two or three days, attending the Tennessee Dental...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 19 June 1875

HECHKQNICEE J. a. yLtTT. j. a. GKAVT NEE LETT ft GK1XT, rtJBLISHXSS AHT TKOTBirrORS. m Dollar par aqaar f Tan Utta orl . ,1TES OPDTEBTISL0. .0. 4ttASB. 1K0 tifl 6 7 50 1000 IS l0 500 Wl 100 I " ' I . . , ....A.. 4 ttaaarei . - iuw!w low zewut . v.l..mn 1500 18 IW 20(Xi30 00 J tor. Ai Uilil i'jUi 1 Coinntw-J 4Ki I i8 in aft rMt' iWlM) Sko MO UN 11 Ml ISOo 20 (Ml 26 00 SO 00 45 00 M 00 115 00 150 00 Announcement of mrrUe nd death rue Mbute of respect. an4obltaarfe LOIIRVILLEAI D H ASHTIIXE AH 3 BEAT tOrrHERV BAILKOAD. thetniiirciriJl arise frotn"llie Use of ardMtfsfrirUs, -whilS Out tenevoleiit institutions! grosfl beneath "Its bligbt ing curse. Human character is be coming the traffic of the day, and life and happiness the prominent commod ities in the liquor trade, and I take tbe bold ground that no man, who i& free from the enchanting iffluencc of its venomous poison, will ever throwany thin id IL way" sf, tW' teropjjririce movement.! j'j fi if f.$ . : Mr frini tl!a ui tbaj ire...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 26 June 1875

RONICLE. 3 I ! VOL. 43--NO. 5. mm PEUGSn Fanily Uedicines, CheinealsDys Stuffs,-1 Paints, -""-""VdnMes'and Oils. - " TOILET- ARTICLES IW GREAT And moat of thM being bought since tuoereat contraction in prloe- we ate enabled fr-V 'i i I i ? f - ' tooffor "uelljr low prices. . t . t BOOKS and STATIONERY O'v7nriptlon. We attention ot the public generally to our tull stock of -...ii..,.!!! wvtiuvrw ruuiiMiere price. You will find at our Jlouwe the ntokslo uiw in Common Hchook, Ktwart G.lieije. Clarkuvlllc female Academy and Private Hcuooln throughout tbe Couuty. To the Ladles we say, call and examiue the Hew StylesEnglishnd ? French Paper Ever offbret GARDEN SEED! V. bavejqrt received la full asaortment of Oardeneed from Rob't. Buist. which we are enabled to oner wholesale or retail at Lowest Mar;et prices As we did not have paper of seed in our House at , the beginning of tlieSea,n our friends can rely upon ail tbey net fro.n us as being r KfcXH. Uw.jxx4.fuHy, j i OWEK IVOORE. ., 1875-...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 26 June 1875

THE CHRONICLE It. ST. THOMAS. Editor.', TKKM t ADTAHCK. OLAKKSYILLE : : : JOE 2C, 1875. ECOStWY, DEDT, TAXATIOX. We fjilarc of the SLile officials to Lorrow money to pay the interest on the State debt, discloses the fact that a tat of 40 cts. is not sufficient to meet that interest aud, at the same time, pay current exjienscs of the State govern ment. And as it eenis to bo con ceded tint the people can not and will not bear a heavier tix.than 40 cts., the bond-holders must wait for their in terest nntil the jwoiikj con pay il, and this ihoy caii nut iln withuut a tlo-cr ' and more prompt collection of taxes and a more rigid economy in the man agement of State affairs, and surely there can be uo economy in giving G jier ceut. for money to pay an accru ing interest of G per cent, on a debt hearing the same rate. In addition to the difficulty with thousands to make a comfortable Mip ' jiort, there is a real or imaginary injus tice connected with the southern debt which di-inclincs the ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 26 June 1875

T THECHRONIE CLARKSVILLE, J USE 2C,'5. 1. a. MILRT, , J. WT 'SEBLETT & GRISI PUBLISHERS AND PRGPRI8. . jt&na or ayxih On Dollar pr squars of fen UPr ba RATES OF ADYERTfG. O..i0A. I MO I MO IJMO 1 SiO SOU I 40 4 SO 8 00 6000 IS ft) KM SSV0 SOW 45 U0 80 00 115 00 150 00 WOO- Mag 1000 H00U 4 Sum 1000 1500 12 Ow 150m, 18 00 20 WW K Column. Vj Column. Column. 1 Column.- 8&tMiJ0 00S5HI S5 004SOOSOUOl 40 00148 4W'65 000 I"" Announcement of marriages! deaths free tributes of respect andltuarlc half price. I Lots of improvement g on io and around the city. Mb. W.S. MeRiYNOLDS repair ing tbe sire of the MethodLurch. 1 Tjro; Jrodred ear Ioadf - fine watermelon tiara been' shtd from Florida (o NatdmUe, this son- .' The Cimp-nicetiog at Qr Hill begins oa Monday eveninugust 2,isn; '" . . . i . - i Toe great Rund Lake atcrnal Ca in p-niee ting, of New Yorwill be held July 1-14, 1875. i Mori rain, thunder and ;htdng las Monday night. Tuesda;as also a rainy day. j New peaches and to mate...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 26 June 1875

THE CHRONICLE j. a. KKBtrrr. J. a. aki SEBLETT k GRIST. rCBLISHXKS AHD PtOPRIITOEa. aATkW OP ASTUTOIX8! " u ltollar per sqoere of Tea lines or lees. RATES OF ADVERTISING. IMO mo I MO wo 13 MO 1 Hjuare t Squares HodiMmm Column... Colama J CoJamn.. soo 10&O 1200 1500 e Hfcj too ? 60 ou 15 00 18 00 20 00 SO 00 25 00 80 00 '46 00 m 00 115 00 150 00 1600 I000il200 150u!lSW 20 00 ttlOu Z& 00 30 00 3500I4S0U SOOltSWl, ! H0 5000 e 00 UOOitWOO Announcement of marriages and deaths freetributes of respect and obituaries half price. ruriLLK AJTBHASHTILLE AHD ttBEAT IOCTHXBS BAILKOA. aoiva KOBTH. Train No. 2 airlreaand leaves, at ft7 r. M. Trala No. leaves at 2:35 p. M. OOI HQ SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrives at :S8 p. at. Train !f . arrives ami leaves at:15 A.M, 1 J? Jtrriral and Departure or Kails. : , .-; -close.: '; ' ! for Louisville and beyond, 2 P. M. a 7:30 p. M. . For Nashville, 7:1 P. V. between Clarksville aud Louisville, 2 P. X. Southeastern Railway, 2 p.m. f Houthem.it P. M. Dover...

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 July 1875

VOL. 43--NO. 65 .o t$ ' "-''tt;;- SATURDAY JULYfT 1875 s i'it fit- a , v BBU&SW'DB'B'&S ! 1 1 C3 TT'lily HedidnS , CHcimcalsIJye SttiSs.fPainis Varnishes . IKT.GREAT And sawst Of thesa being bou-ht slnee ttidprt-at eon traction In jriee Ve are enabled '--- j iuolfor at Oiwsualljrlow prices. - - v- - . . . BOOKS antLSTATIONERY Of every description. We call attention of the public generally to onr toll stock of caoot nook, which wa olfrr it rtiiMislters outs la ut is Common Hchools, Stewart College, (larksvllle Female Academy and WivaAaHcfeools throughout the Couuly. To tUe Lsullcs we say, rail and examine the HenrStylssEiifllish and "French Paper ,1 ; j FG J W hare Inst received a full assortment w araauabW to offer wholesale or retail paper of seed In oar House at the begin nine of the season, our friends can, rely upon all they get from ua an Ueiug bEHH. JipeUuUy, v - - iv T r i r - a v.Ui i NEW.., QXjQ.THII Gr AND- Gents S7 FRANKLIN STREET, CZAB.KSVZlIx3E, TSCJIXr. THE MOS...

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. — 3 July 1875

fCHE CHRONICLE R. Vf. THOMAS. EdiUr.T r LAKkSTlLLE t t : JULY 3, 1875. DEXOCKALY FINANCE. La.l-.f i, The renolationa of -the Ohio Demo crats followed by those of Iowa, seem ho hate veSned the fioanciah issue' in the elections this year as well as; the next Gatsida of New England and the other money eetiires, ;lhc doc trine? will readily be accepted, that at reta.ro to specie payment will be a sound fiaueial condition; still, with the elootnel as an evidence of a return to exception of the points indicated, there U b State unwise enough to endorse a nty Which mast bring with it a con traction of currency Tuinous to the Commercial interests of the West and Sooth.'; Those resolutions, however, Io not stop at opposition to contrac tion, but insist that the paper currency Imj Issued directly from the Treasury, aud tliat the two tliousaad banks used as intermediate agencies, at a poet of 2U,UK,000, be abolished. The bjeff of their creation . was the ceotraliza tioa of capital, togtveeuppo...

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