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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 3 July 1875

"OiaEDNlCEE j. a. jtuurr. A. BAJrT nr&tisHi&a ax& raoFiiiToaa. tATB ov Avwnanra : Thk Simpson eoaoty, (Ky) Fair will eoDimenee September 2. CibsOM-eouaty Will raise" two has dred ihomtatd bushfcls cf wheat this year.".. - v - ' ri . J f "Cl ' ; are indlltefi -to'iiir friend, Ridxrt r.Ialleysolda, for" les of New rleass papers. WV publish an interesting .letter from aa esteemed ; friend jrbo is so- josrning in Colorado. Chaciixor Lcrtoji will bold. a special term of lie Chancery Court in this cily, commencing next Monday. Mortim tkTnoMPSOH.bettoYlnowii aa Q. K: Phtfauder Doesticks, P. B died in New York pi the 25th ult 6ekchkk sayi bo will continue w aot aa pastor of Plymouth eliarch, no matter what the verdict of the jury may be. !jL)CR millers are offering from ninety cents Uf one dollar per' bushel for wheat, for the present, to be delivered at tbe mill. On account of the the 4th of July occurring' on Sunday, . the banks and postoffioe' here will be closed on the &...

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. — 3 July 1875

CLAKtSTILLE, JULY 3, 1875.- i. a. u.irii J. A. GRANT ,. KEBLETT CXUXT, ; PriLlgHSas AS PROPRIETORS. kJiTcs oif abvzotisibo: Oue Dollar per square of Ten lines or 1- -RATES OF ADVERTISING. .BO.rjAaa. HC0lSK08Xol6MO 1IK 2 o' 5 00 Vor 6oo 1 Square .- 3 Hquares Mquareji..,. . 4 H'liinrwt.... Column 9 00 15 On 20 tw 25 Oil :i in 45 ISJ HI I till li r. oo lfw 00 tt OH i 10 Oil 15 011 7 VI llulJ is mi 12 'ii0);a U.I IX viin;.tn oil 1I'S ! U Ul U .. i-OoJuiau.... SnUOtWiMlltfVoj.'iO Wl 1 Column... 4t!(iUi i'i60o;Mx'i Announcement of marriages aud death free trllaites of respect and obituaries Vlf price. j ; :!,! I LOCMTILLE AHIASIIVILI.F. ASD ; JBKEATfiOrTJIEUS KAILROAD. ,GOI7tf HORTH. . ; , Train So. 4 arrive and leaves at 8:47 P. U. Train No. 4 leaves lit 2:S5 l x. GOINQ SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrives at-.: p. t. Train No. 3 arrives ami teivcw nt:15 A.M. l ArrlTiil and Jf pjirinre of Mu'Ls. , ,rj .. Mt c VWk. '' For Louisville and IeyoiiJ, 2 P. M. and 7:i'.. For Nash ville, 7:Ti i'. u. Uotwec...

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 July 1875

WE .J V . ; ; J. VOL. 43--NO. 7. CLARKSVLLE, TENN.); SATURDAY, JULY, 10 I875.; - .5 iiu:vi r ii i WHOLE NO.' f,MI: J 1 h 1 l Qj jdiv ami jjj 5? k DRUGS!!, Paaiily Hedicines, Cheimcals, Dye Stuffs, Faints, I J. HuVarmshw! fills: ? - 1 V : J T0IL1T, ARTICLES ITJ GREAT Aad niMt of these beliig bought since the . hi uaer h auunwu; tow yrum. BOOKS and' Of svery 4mcr1ptlon. We eall attention ot n-imiii hooks, wnicn wsoaurM ruwisners price. luu win nnu si oar jiotise me uitks lu use la Onuimoa tfeiiooix. KLrwnrt ('Allege, Cl&rksville Kemule Academy aud J'rlVBl Hcntxils throughout the County. To the Julie we nay, cull and examine the largest assortment of , flew. Styles 'English and French Paper Ever offered i i i k " - r GARDEN SEED! 'We have last rceelved a full aamrlment p we are enabled to otter wbolnutle or retail - a paper 01 eeea in our House at the beginning or metcaon, our irienasean rely upon feu uiey get from us aa being riUdSil. iteKpectlully, ( OWEH & MOORE. ., lS75-tf....

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 July 1875

j THE CHRONICLE R. W. THOMAS, Editor. TIMliIlM I2f ADVAJKCE. -V ' ' ' ' HARKS YILLE -i : : JULY 10, 1S75. -The'" Radical, organs,' finding the !j"jlotdy shirt" no louger a dcceut po . litioal garment, re turning their t ' tention. to the probable temper and action of the cx-Coufedcrates In the j next Cougrut. , To give effect to their . idle conjectures, they try to create the ? iinpreasion that the next Congress will ' overthrow 'all that' RtIefis. - Las , doue witluu the last fifteen years, jn . teutiooally forgetliug that the Lover - Ilea; with the Seuate and Executive ' both in opposition, can enact no law f and repeal none, . unless it can' enlist . the sympathy of the publie iL thalf of any contemplated change. ' Bat the ' rei? point bf solicitude1 with the Rad icais is that the ' next Congress wR t overhaul the records of every depart- taieut, strip the veil of concealment from the corrupt doings of those rings and" 'monopolies created by, and 10 parnerahip with, the administ...

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 July 1875

: f . ft T- BtEiCHRONlfclliE CL1EK8YILLE, ICLT 10, 187. 1 t.'H"'; IZBLETT ft GRANT, TC1LUHIR8 A WD rKOTKTITOM. aiw or ABVMTaiiiea : Oh Dollar par tquara of Tan liaea or lOCISYIfJUE AHDWSUVIliE 5D GREAT KOUnilBS BAIUtOaVB.; ;t , J --V. m : V: " t , " COIKO KOSTH. ,- ; Traia l'o. 3 Lrri ?es ui iee at 8:15 f. ''Train 'o. 4 l8es at:15 P. . : ! ' j J A'ecornioodation leaves i 10:30 X. i I ' QcixQ bovtb. " Train No. arrives and leaves al 6:) A.K. Accommodation arrives at 9:15 p. al. TIM Accommodation traia leaven Clarts 4 vUU KlOtM a aud arrives at Memphis Janetioa at tStr. - sonDeeUog with traia for Nash villa and Intermediate points, ar riving al Nashville at : r. si. Returning, leaves Faehville at tSMU connecting ou!y at Meta'pLls Junction wits bar Af- eotaudaUoi at fc3 r.,, reaching Jlarkv vuie at r.ia p. . are, a w. Taz etieLr5ek nctviors4 Lexing ton, died last week. 1 1 i rq- I muiilp M cry ttut-t 2f fcumtnety Colorado Ukes ber place among the sisterhood of States on July 4, l'OoTll...

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 July 1875

CI ,jXHE chronicle rPjtXAltlsyilXE,' JULY 10, 1 1876. J. a. VEfeLKTT, J. A. SKAVT KEBLETT ttRJLXT, PCBLISHIttS A5D raOPRIITORS. O0 Dollar per squsrs of Ten lin or la RATES OF ADYEET1SIN6. ,'.,'9, gatlABM. J HO $0 I HO 12 1 1 Square- S Hquare 3 Hqaare 4 frkjaares.,.. V. Ool a iu u. 1I) 4 o tuo w 01 10'WlUttl 15 uj 20 00 25 00 itu uu 45 J f uu 115 00 150 OU 1 jtllleOOlUwi'IKOU 15 (Ni is o ; -ju oo .'si 00 2S On i ro o I X no : .'m o ; v; Column i ColU!l li.ou US fu0td) J Column. i i on ! ts iW ' i 0 1 i 00 1 Announcement of marriages and deaths free tribute of respect and obltuariea half price. . 'i i - J ii ' - tOCISTlXU: AKBKASHVII.I.K AS , ; RAT SOCTHEBS BAIXBOAD, noiva HOBTH. t Train No. t arrives SJI lte at tfc3 p. m. Train No. 4 leave at 3:15 p. m. Accommodation leaves at IfcM A. c. eoixo south. ".' Traill No. I arrive at SiSO P. K. . ... Train No. S arrive and leave at &0 A.M. Accommodation arrive at !r:l5 r. H. 'T AtAVnl and l)ei)rtnre of Mails.; CLOsK. For liOuUvllle and ...

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 July 1875

Gh VOL. 43 KO. 8. CLARKSVILLE, .TENN., SATURDAY, JULY, 17 1875. WHOLE NO. 2,192. GhAR WEE O il RO N E .Li m BffiU PaniljHedicinss, Cheimcals, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Varnishes and Oils. TOILET HTIOLllS IKT GREAT. VARIETY. And most of these being bonght since the jreat contraction In pilot ve are enabled to offer at unusually low prions. BOOKS and STATI01ERY Of every descript ion. We call attention of the public generally to onr roll stock of School Books, whtuli we noVrui Publisher prices. You wiil And at our House the boot s in nse In Common Schools, Stewart College, Clarksville Femide Academy and lrivictaU throughout the Couuty. To the Ladle we nay. .U aud examine the InrKini oHHortmeul of Hew! Styles English and French Paper Ever offered la GARDEN SEED! Wo have JOKt received a fall assortment of Garden Becd fro:n Kob't. Uuist, which we aro enabled to offer wholesale or retail at Lowest Market Trices. Ah we did not have paper of seed in our House at the boglnnin-of tho (Season, our fr...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 17 July 1875

THE CHRONICLE R. TV. THOMAS. Editor. TERMS I 92.00 IS ADVAKCE. CLAKKSYILLE : : : JULY 17, 1875. ; j s THE FIX1XCIAL (JUKSTIOS. Whilst as a general rule, there is -nothing like free discussion as a means ( of eliminating truth from error, in the ''case of the finances there seems to he . an exception, and the more it is ' dis- eassed, the more muddled it seems to become. The ; only Eolation of the J troahle, thr.t clearly presents itself to t our mind is a reversal of the policy of , the government and the consequent removal of 'the 'causes which depress commerce and every other interest save . that of centralized capital and the mo- nopolks it has created. A grossly cor 1 rupt ard extravagant administration la clearly the cause of our financial . trouble, and until it ia substituted by one that is honest and economical it is idle to hope for a stable currency, a healthy " commerce and a prosperous people. When the government has passed into - the bands of honest statesmen, the op pr...

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 July 1875

TilE'CffliONICLE CLARKSVILLE, JULY 17, 1875. J. . 1 KUt.STT.';-' A. OKA-NT KECLETT & GRJUf TV rcisLisaiKB and proprietors. Oii Dollar jer square of Ten lines or less. The Summer fights opened lively last Tuesday- ".' TuEdogtax, in Dyer county , mount k'to aiout$2,goa. ; v . , - '. ; Gen. Frank P. Blair, Jr., died et St, Lotus ou the 8th Inst. iixtt thousand bales of cotton have been received in Nashville this season. Gen. IIexry S. Bea.ni.vg, of Colum bus, Georgia, died on the 10th inst It is Mid that the dog tar will yield onS'hunared aDd fifty thousand dol lars to the" State. Quarterly Meeting at the Metho dist Chur:b,2e- Providence,' to-day unfl to-morrow. Re. Win. Burr, pre- i filing:; i . . W. II. Turn let has a fine Jersey bull calf for sale. He is a pure bred calf, -r For particulars see advertise I.jiieat. ..: The Cumberland Presbyterian de nomination of Springfield, has secured the ministerial- services of lie v. Mr. t r -J Ax' exchange say "I wonder if it is the eterna...

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 July 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLaRJlSYLLLE, JULY 17, 1875. . a. JIEBLKTT. A. aAT SEBLETT & GRAJfT, PUBLISIIIRS AND PROPKIITOR8. : A TIX Or APVI.RTI8IHO: On Dollar per square of Ten Una or leu. LOCISVIIXE A Jf D N ASIITIMJE AH GREAT SOCTHERN RAILROAD. GOING SORTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leaven at tfc4o p. u. Train No. 4 leaves at 116 p. m. Accommodation leaves at 10:30 A. X. GOING SOUTH. Train No. I arrive at 5:50 p. k. Train No. 3 arrive and leaves at 6:40 A.M. Accommodation arrives at 8:13 p. it. The Accommodation train leaves Clarka ville at 130 a. a., and arrives at Memphis Junction at 3:32 P. .. connecting with train for Nashville and Intermediate points, ar living al Nashville at HM P. K. Returning, leaves Nashville at 3:25 p.m., connecting closely at Memphis Junction with onr Ac commodation at 623 p. x., reaching Clarka ville at 8:15 p. x. Fare, S2 65. BATES OF ADVERTISING. txo!xo HO. 84UAKKS. lKO 2XO 12XO 1 Fkjuare... 3 Bqnarea. it tkjuares.. i Bouares.. 3 i0 600 7 50 1000 4 50 6 00 100...

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 July 1875

WEEKLY " - jjgg- 5 " ' H GHRM H VOL. 43-NO; 9. DEU&Sn .'DEUOS.!!! Family Medicines, tteimcals, Dye Stuffs, Paints, , , Varnishes and Oils. TOILET A.RTGILES nSJ GREAT VARIETY. And most or these being bought since tho great contraction In prices we are enabled to odor at unusually low prices. BOOKS and STATIONERY Of very description. Wecall attention ft the public KfnTnVHo'uthe o.T. whic.; we oner at Pnblislrs prlc. J" cad?,"? anu ooofcs in. iiu common Hchools. Jiu and examine the Private XchotdhUirouchuat the County. To the Uiaus e wj , van w largest axsortiueui. of Hew Styles English Ever offered In G-AKDBN . SEED! nil they get from us h being FClil. . Uespectiullj , OWEN flI 1875-tf. NEW BLAETOMRAmM, CLOTHING- AND- Gents Furnishers, r iTtvivivr.irv srrii:i3T, THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF. CLOTHING, FurnishingGoods,Hats lr Sprine and Summer Trade, ever euch LOW MUCKS that everybody . Well Dressed with A n inspection of our stock and prices March 20, lS75-tf.j THE IRVUST WAGON . AL...

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. — 24 July 1875

THE CHRONICLE TE03I A3, Editor, tiriiVm is aoVakcie. CLAKiSTlLLE I t J CLI 24, 187. b.-.' TTEOXUED A5D SLAXDEKEO. Ek-Secretry- McCulIocb. wys the ' reason that our National credit i not : higher is that the Statas have not acted honorably with their' treditors; Nov we would remind Mr. McCalloch that a nation is an aggregation of peo ple whose government is centralized, and is which ia vested all sovreigcty and power, therefore the "'credit of the United State" is the form of ex pression he should adopt in referring, as a whole, to our system of federative sovereignties- Whilst there is still a contest between States rights and con solidation, it is not best that the pub lie mind shall . be familiarised with a term that ought to be offensive to every patriot. ; -" ; . Mr. McUulloch, though particrp erimin.it, seems ignorant . of the fact that the failure of the southern States to meet their obligations is not their ' fault, but due directly to the dominant faction of a sectional admi...

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. — 24 July 1875

- THE CHRONICLE CLARXSYILLE, JULY 24, 1875. ,J. 8. VEBLXTT. . " J. A. ORAKT XEBLETT & GUAM, PFBL1BHKB6 AND PaOPHlITOBS. OF ADVIRTHWHO : Una Pnllar per square of Ten line or lew. Fob the fiscal yetr which ended June 30, 1875, 107,016,000. postal cards were sold. . We learn that Mrs. Clemens, the mother of Mark Train, is on a Tisit to Mrs. Peter Anderson, in this coun ty. The Express office will be removed to the room on iho first floor of the Chronicle building, the firs of next month. Mr. Sami-el IlorxisoN has been busy this week jutting tip some beau tiful marble monuments in Greenwood Cemetery. .Farmers are too busy now to come to town. Let them "make bay while the sun shines," it will be all the bet ter for all concerned. OrR townsman, L. Rloeh, is now at Hot Springs, Ark., for th benefit of Lis health. We hope he may return soon, divested of every pain. From our office window we observed some men busy - threshing wheat last Tuesday, on the grounds of Mr. B. K. Gold, on thu b...

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 July 1875

THE CHBONICEE C LARKS YILLE, JULY 24, 187. i. a. MSBLXTT, " . j. a- KAHT XEELETT feElST, PCBLXSESaii AND yC?RIXTORS. una or asvkktxbiks : On Dollar per square of Ten line or le LOCTSYILI.E AIBIARHTIUEAHD SKEAT arrHEK!f H.41XKAJ. - " OOIifO KOkTH. Train No 3 arrive and leave at 8:45 r. at. Train No. 4 leaves at 8:15 P. U. Accommodation leaves at 10M A. n. 0OIXG SOUTH. Train Ifo. 1 arrive at 5:50 P. M. Train No. S arrives and leaves at 6:40 A.M. Accommodation arrives at :15 p. M. The Accommodation train leave darka- vlllet lAl A- M , and arrive at Meaiplii J unction at 8:32 p. M- connecting with train forKaahville and intermediate polnU, ar riving at KashviUe at fc30 p. jr. Returning, leave Nashville at 3:23 p. connecting closely at Memphis Junction with our Ac commodation at 621 p. m., ivachlng Clark vllle at fc!5 P. Jf. Fare, 2 . BATES OF ADVERTISING. SO. t0,O AXIS' IHO I MO SXO KO IS HO 1 Bqnare 2 Square S tiquares.. 4 Square- J 50 1 4 50 600 100 15 01 70 90 55 00 SO 00 45 00 HO 00...

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. — 31 July 1875

EEKLY CHRONICLE. VOL. 43--NO. 10. CLARES VILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1875. WHOLE' NO. 'MM. IS BRTOS! ! Family Medicines, Cheimcab, Dye Stuffs, Paints, -Varnishes TOILET I&RTICLIS Ilff GREAT And moat of the s being bought since the BOOKS and Of every description. We call attention ot venoot tsookx, wbicu we otter l ruullsuer price, tou wiii una at oar House me oooke In uae in Common Schools, Htewart College. Clarkkville Female Academy and lrivalaHeboiie throughout the County. To the Ladles we aay, call and examine Uie largest assortment of Hew Styles English . . - r -. . . . . ver offered GARDEN SEED! v-f wa have Just received a foil assortment'of Garden 8eed from Rob't. Bnlst, which we are enabled to offer wholesale or retail at Lowest Market Prices. As we did not have a paper of seed In our House at the beginning of the Season, our friends can rely upon all they get from as as being FRKSli. Respectfully, r -. oweset fi' mooRE.: .t, 1875-tt NEW BLMT0MRAM1 CLOTHING- AND- Gen...

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. — 31 July 1875

THE CHRONICLE E. W. THOMAS. Editor. TEKMS I IX ADVASCK. CLaKSSTILLE t X JULY 81, 18Jfc Why it a note of bind accepted by a creditor from his debtor ! Because ha ba confidence in the aolvency and integrity of the maker 1 of the Bote and full faith that it will be re deemed at maturity, either in gold or in bank note redeemable in specie. Ii this transaction it is confidence, not gold, which gives value to the promise to py. Greenbacks pass curreutly and hve done bo for more than fifteen years, and why? Because the people have confidence, not in the present ad ministration, but in the ultimate ability and honor of the people who consti tute the government, to redeem every promise to pay made in their name At no time since greenbacks were first issued have they been redeemable in gold, nor have they at any time, been convertible into anything save into bonds another form of promise-to pay, with this marked -difference, that whilst greenbacks pais free, the paper into which they are con...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 31 July 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLABIlSYILLE, JULY SI, 1875. 1. a. IULITT. I A. AT FTJBLISHIM AHD FKOrKIXTOM. Ou Dollar par square of Tea Una or less. No Uek of rain. Tfli rapid rise io Wti wised several failures in Chicago.. ' - SCTCTFTOWIf nuisance. still an unabated 1 PsoTRACTiD meeting ; at South Clarks-rille church commences to-Jay. . . PAjyonrBabscriptiontothcCuROS ICLK and be happy.- Dklatb are dangerous. j Pay the QciTl a Bevere bail storm east of this point last Sandcy. - i Ski Sherrifi" eale of town lot in onr j iadvfertislng column to-day,3 ;f. 4-7 v , V s.Tai . temmery of M.-II.' .Clark & Bro. is being repaired. Rkv. J. P. McFeerin will preach at the M. K. Chroch to-morrow (Sun- day.) t 10 o'clock. . A .- Isaac M. Singes, the inventor of the Singer , Sewing Machine, died in London on the 24th inst ' Th Tobacco Exchange Banking company, of Louisville, suspended on the 28th inst e-! t : v Clahsmietinq at S. A. Caldwell's residence, on Greenwood Avenue, next Thursday night . Thi corn cro...

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. — 31 July 1875

C4 i rHPHBONICLE CLAKKST1LLE, JCLT 81, 1875. J, S. JSBI.BrT. J. A. CBAKT - XEBLmU .EAST, , "rcBLisHxaa axd raoraiiToaH. ' ' a tbb or adykrtlsi a : One Dollar per square of Ten Hoea or lean. . ' bOVMTILLE AND SASIIVIXLE ASD . gbeat sorrncBX kailboad. OOIKO NORTH. Train No. 2 arrl vo aud leave it fcli P. M. Truiu So. 4 leaves at S:J5 r.M. Accomuiodaitau leave at A. IL , . ootsa south. ., I . . . '- t Trala No. 1 arrive l 5;jo . x. , . Tralu So. a rrl voh aud leaves at :4D A. x. Accotu tumlittlou arrive at 11:15 P. M. The Accommodation train leaves Clarkn vtlle at l(t. A. aud arrives, at Memphis Junction at 3:32 p. j. connecting with train lor Nashville and Intermediate point, ar riving at Nashville at6: W 1'. Returning, leave Kashvltte t tJi svsi.. 'connecting clody at Memphis Junction with our Ac commodation at 9&i P.X., reaching Clarks vllle at 11:15 p. u. Fare, K 65. BATES OP ADYERTI8IN6. MO. eQUABXS. 1X0 J MO Sxo (KO 110 t -1 Vjnare. t 0 SjO 600 1000 0 15 00 15 0ft 20 00 25 00...

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. — 7 August 1875

k-.."1 1 y - - OH VOL. 43--NO. RKSVILLE, TEM., SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1875. WHOLE NO.' 2,195. WiCEKLY jg N! M . A N T . W. X r fJ H M ii . DRUGS ! ; FAMILY MEDICINES! Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES Window Glass and Putty, FINE TEA SI PURE WINES, r FRENCH BRANDY ! V PEACH 13 HANDY, , Old Bourbon and Robertson Co WHISKEYS! AND PURE SCOTCH ALE ! For Medicinal Purposes. , TOILET ARTICLES in great variety, for sale, wholesale and ' retail, by OWEN h MOORE. July 7, lS75-tf. MEW CLOTHING- AND i Gents Furnishers, 27 l'JtIVlvLIIV STREET,, r THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF CLOTHING, PurnishinpjGoods.HatSj&c For Snrinsr and Summer Trade, ever before displayed in this place, and at eu'.h LOW rUICES that everybody can liWell; Dressed with a -V Anioppection of our stock and prices is J ( I March 20, 1875 tf. . ' ALWARD (Successors to J. A. Irvln.) Manufacturers .of the Celebrated :Irvin) Wagon; At the Old Stand, just East of the Methodist Church. "Thene wneonsare known throughout, the...

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. — 7 August 1875

THE CHRONICLE C W. THOMAS. Editor. TEX8 1 2.0 IS ADTASl'E. CLAE-KSTILLE : : i AUGUST 7, 1875. All is vanity, 8aith the preacher j yet how lew, in their eager pursuit of wealth and fame, pause to reflect how brief their sojourn on earth how little the game they are playing is worth the candle thattheshrond has no pockets, and the grave no ear for the peans to posthumous fame, for which so many have pawned the brightest jewels of earth to be redeemed whea? and .where? and how? The insatiable character of ambition is fully illus trated by the career of the late Andrew Johnson, who, beginning with the humble office of village Alderman, climbed by successive gradations to that of President of the United States. When he could get no higher, instead of retiring to the ouiet enjoyment of private life,' his ambition prompted him to step upon a lower round of the ladder for the purpose of climbing again to the highest. The antagonisms of political Iifj possessed a charm for his restless spiri...

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