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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 7 August 1875

THE CHRONICLE . CLAKISTILLE, AUG. 7, 1875. J. . MBLMI. V J -Hi ! ; . M. A OBAXT SEBLETT GRIST, rCBLIBEXM A!TD JROFBJITORS. On Dollar par aquajw of Ten line or lea. W have had some4 onaecountable" . 1 a Qchti ft Rua-ael-ing among tbe dry good merchant thia week.... 'V . v It aeems to L conceded that the Lallooniiti Donaldsou and conipau ioD are lost Williams' is the place to buy your goods, if you would get the in at Ae lowest price. ' ' T Rev. J. P. McFuaiN wu greeted by a large and attentive audience at the Methodist cburch last Sabbafh. . Geintek, Yocno k Co. have a disso lution notice in oar advertising col- umns. Read it- - . Discomboeolatid cost prices are very much disturbed by V. L. Will iam's prices, which are still lower. Am exchange asks : " Why is Pres ident Grant like power of attorney? Because he " Knows all men by these prax-nta." Oca advertising columns indicate a little animation ia trade. The judi cious use of printers' ink would make things lively. Try it. ' ' Othe...

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. — 7 August 1875

r?rc V THjB'CHECJICLjE I. 8. UHLRT. A. eilT XEBLETT & tiEAXT, VtfBLIBHIRS AJT1 PROPRHTOB.8. -v . itmoif ADVBBTisnro: Om Dollar per square of Tea lines or less. LUL IBTILLK ASJDSASHVII.JLJE AHI OB EAT BOCTUERK KAIXROAD. 1 COIKS HOBTH. Train No. I arrive and leaves at A5 P. at. Train No. 4 leave at 3:16 r. it. Accommodation leaves at 1030 A. K. i', 3 oiK0 8oura.;; , v Train No. arrive at 5:50 p. M. Train No. firrlvea ami leave At C:J a. m. Aceowmod-'V Jon arrives at 11:15 P. X. 1 The Aemmod;itRn train Wm Ciarks ville at 10:30 a. X, and arrives at Memphis Junction at SiB P. x.. connecting with train for Nashville and .intermediate point, ar llvlr.g at Nashville at 6:30 p. x.f Returning, leave Nashville -at. t25r."X connecting closely at Memphis Junction with oar Ac- . eotnmodatlon at fc2JP.ll", "reaching Cliirks- Yllle at 11:15 P. x. , Fare, BATES OF ADVERTISING. HO. SQUABM. Ixo Sxo Sxo K0 13X0 1 84U 1 X) SOU 6)0 00 15 0) 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 k Ha ttarei . eoo moo MM 100 i...

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. — 14 August 1875

: " : : : : : ' ' ; " " ' - 1 VOL. 43--KO. J 2. CLAMSVILLEi TENN., SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1875. WHOLE NO. 2,155. DRUGS ! FAMILY MEDICINES ! . Chemicals, Dye Shifts, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Window Glass ana Pottj, FINE TEAS! FRENCH BRANDY ! PEACH II RANDTt Old Bourbon and Robertson Co. w HISKEYS! , AND PURE SCOTCH ALE ! For Medici oal Purposes. TOILET ARTICLES ! in great variety, for sale, wholesale and retail, by OWEH k HOORE. V July 7, 1875-tf. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE I 'BLOCS PREPARATORY TO ' STARTING :E AST ! OFFER THEIR ENTIRE STOCK AT COST. .Greater Inducements CANNOT BE GREATER BARGAINS! Cannot be hoxl, than at - - BLOCH BROTHERS'. August 7. 1875-tf. THE IRVIN WAGON . ALWARD . & ORRELL, (Successors to J. A. Irvin.) Manufacturers of the Celebrated Irvin Wagon, At the Old Stand, just East or the Methodist Church. These wiiKons are known throunhoul the country, atul recommend themselves. The present firm have been connected with the Old KMablisliineiit for I lie past seven teen y...

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. — 14 August 1875

1 V THE CHRONICLE E. TT. THOXAS. Editor. .. . .. - - T- i TERMS t.0 I1C ADYAPTCE.- CLAKKSTILLE : : AUGUST 14, 1875. It is suryrisinj; -with wlist facility a ; vhole people can coneenrrr4 tlicir at tention upon a single-pcint ntl tow read ily t hey c n ignore every other co n Biderstioa, no matter how' vital some c'heryjuestion maybe to their test in-terta-U.,. ITat yesterday, the intelli gent d1 honest citizens throughout the entire Union were exerting them selves to" nave the government, as the first and the indispensable step in the work of reform, and to do th'w by dis lodging from iu eooocilrf the corrupt representatives of a corrupt faction, who leading purpose in to subvert our initiations by pervottine their orig inal theory and reducing it, in practice, to 4 virtual 'despotism. To-day, the absorbing isgue is the currency which, however: important it may be, is of secondary consequence when com pared with the preservation' of the Constitution with its invaluable safe guard an...

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. — 14 August 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLAEISTILLE, AUG. 14, 1876. J. . MSBLKTT. - I. A. UEA5T XEhLETT GRJJT, FTJBLISHXBa AUTD PROPRIITORS. aATXS O ADVkkTISrjIO 1 On Dollar per square of Ten 11 nee or less. WoRKXEJt are busy metaling Com merce street . The Ball is io motion t the Iron Wagon Factory. ';v WEMPnisia in latitude 35 OS' and lonitude 88 OO'. ElX'H Baos. are offering their en tire stock of summer goods at cost. Geobgk Woods, dealer in melons. in front of Western Union Telegraph office! The accommodation" train from Nashville via. Memphis J unction, has been discoutiuued. Beecher says that none of his pho tographs do him justice. - He might sty the same thing of his jury. xuz City 1' lour jiiiia have com menced operations. Give them good wheat and you will be sure to get gooii flour. ' Telegraph Alley, extending from the wjuare to College street, has been graded preparatory to receiving a coat of metal. Mrs. Francis K. Smitii, mother of Gen. Kirby Smith, died in Palatka, Florida, on the 3d inst, at...

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. — 14 August 1875

f O'. THE CH110NICLE CLlSXSTULEf AUG." X U? J. a. HBBLBTT. j. a. eaAWt JTEBLETT A GKAXT, - rJBLI6HtBS AND PROTB.IITORS. C um or abvibtimk: Ona Dollar per square of Tea Uea or UCUTILLS AWDieAKHVILLEASO GKE1T SOCTHEKUt KAILBOAD. OIKO WOBTH. Train So. J arrive and leaves t S:15 r. u. Train No. leave at 15 p. at." Tealn No. 1 arrive at fcoO r. w. Train No. S arrlvas and leave at : A. at. KATES OF ADVERTISING. MO. MBA- Imo J MO M0 11 MO 1 Square. t0 4 50 sao too ISO? SO 00 3 (Mi 6 00 760 ootiooo 16 00 18 00 S ttqaares 4 tu,uarea Column.. 25 00 MOO 45 00 80 00 1000 lJOOIlSOOjMOO 1600118 wiauniww 2S0030 0OiS6O!50 00 asou 48 00150 00180 00 Col urn i KColn 116 00 150 OU 1 Oolamn. 4OOOi4f)O0 6600i8COO Aanouuosmentof marrtafee and death free-tributes of respect and obituaries half price. f- Arrlral and' Departure Of Sails. CLOSB. For Ixralsvllle and beyond, 3 r. w. and 'r'or Nashville. 7:30 P. M.'' 'fJ Between Clarksville and LooUvUle.fcS) T. ttootheaatern Railway, 30 r. at. Houlhern, r. M. . ...

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. — 21 August 1875

OHM VOL, 43-NO. 13. clakksville; ten., Saturday, august 21,1875. WHOLE NO. 2,197. G L ARK S.VI E WEE K I j Y OMIGLE V 1 i DRUGS! FAMILY MEDICINES ! Chenicals, Dye Stuffs, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Window Glass and Patty, F I WE TEAS ! PUItE WINES, FRENCH BRANDT ! PEACH URA.IVJ3Y, 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 b MOORS. July 7, 1875-tf. . -WAR. iffl the World at War. The mercantile community, too, ha lecoine belligerent. Men who we and all the cor Id know make their living on the difference between what they give for goods and what they .get for them, have adopted a new and strange system, making their fortunes by selling goods at comI. BiLOCB Not belnit iM'lligen-Dt, but peacefully inclined, have determined tokeepoutof thisnnd every other war, anient furred Into it by Conner! ptlou. 1'eiice, good will toward men our customers Kay that we...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 21 August 1875

t i ( i i ! i 'i Si! li- THE CHRONICLE R. W. TH03HS, Editor. TEJEtBS t . IS ADTAJVCK. CL1ESSTILLE : : AttiUST 21, 1875. Wb can not agree with some of our contemporaries thit it is the duty of the pres to d?ipe Gov. Porter as to Lia choice of some one to 11 the vacant Senatorsliip. In popular elections, it is the duty of the press to aid by its counsel, the selection of the right men for the positions to be filled. . But the federal Constitution wisely mates the Senate the representative of State sov reignty.su J evidently intended to with draw the choice of it members from the excitement, the turmoil and often the corruption of popular elections and, therefore, made the Senators eli gible, not directly by the people, but indirectly through their representa tives in the legislatures of the several States. It is made the duty of the Gov ernor to appoint Senators under certain contingencies thereby discharging, by proxy, one of the duties of the repre sentatives of the people ; in doin...

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. — 21 August 1875

THE CHIIONICLE CLARKSVILLE, AUG. 21, 1875. J. 4. XCBLETT. J. A. VKAKT XEBLETT GRANT, -MTBUSHXRS AND rROPUIITOM. On Dollar par square of Ten lines or 1m. Th congregation of Trinity Church will meet in tne nan ot tne hook and Ladder 'Company, to-morrow at 10 o clock. Services by lie v. J. ?1. tis, of Bowling Green, Ky. Cur- TifWAM CtfBnuiH tr fr laV about 2,000,000 of squaring accounU with their creditors. Circuit Court will convene in this city on September C. The docket is fall one. Hon. J. E. Bice will preside, 'Hon. JohxB. Willie, ex-Gover nor of California, died in New Orleans on the 17th inst. V. L. Williams has gone to New York and Boston to purchase his fall and winter stock of boots, shoes, etc. Tub London people gave $350,000 to aid Moody and Sankey in their labors there. Clat Roberts, Esq., and Mrs. M. A. Anderson, of Nashville, were mar ried at Crajtgie Hope, on the 12th iost Fare on the Southeastern railroad, from Nashville to Louisville, has been reduced to fifty cents. ...

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. — 21 August 1875

HE CHRONICLE (JLAKKSYILLE, AUG. 21, 1875. J. ft. KEBLETT, J. A. GRANT SE1ILETT & GRANT, vrBLISHIBS AND PROPEIETOES. BATH 0 ADTIiTtfll KB I One Dollar per ao,nere of Ten IS n or laaa. LoriSVILLE AND X AS UTILISE AS0 , UKE1T KOCTirEKS KAIL.UOAD. COINO NORTH. Train No. 2 arrives mod leaves at 8:15 P. 11. Train No. Cleave at 8:15 r. X. GOISO SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrive at S:50 p.m. - Train No. 3 arrive and leaves at &) a.m. JUTES OF ADYEBT1SING. SO. aOAKKfl. Imo 21 Sato 6 MO 13 MO 1 Square t Bquarea. IU 4 SO I too 0 15 0o 20 00 25 00 0 00 45 00 10 00 115 00 150 00 600 1 SO gOO 1000115 00 s squares. 4 Kquarea. 10001 18 00 1200 1500121.00 18 0O'20O03O00 30 00 1 S 00 '50 00 43 00 SC 00 60 00 48 00 '55 00 1 80 00 1000 1500 2500 3500 4000 3 Column.. Column.. Va Column.. 1 Column Announcement of marriages and deaths free tribute of rtspeet and obituaries half price. j Arrival and Departure of Sails. CLOSE. For Louisville and beyond, 2 p. r. and TM P.u. For Nashville, 7:3Sp. M. Uetween C...

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. — 28 August 1875

GEj Ml f! via .ia I! . ... VOL. a yo: u CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1875. whole no; "tiffs'.' r r ' FAMILY MEDICINES! cecals, j&maQM gCHOOll BOOKS; 1 pjipjtc nnc .VI irtiiiiui uilui inmuoiiLUi WiadowXJlass anil Pntijvl iirisTE 'TEASi PUIIE WINES, French 'immfc PEACH BRANDY, Old Bourbon aud Robertson Co. whisk E,y s ! AND PURE SCOTCH ALE ' sical Instruments, &c. W . We offer to MERCHANTS and TEACH- T.W a'lilieral diauount from Publishers' i? f i- i r V Mat. Only ei us a trial and If ourgoods, tOT .Medicinal 1'arpOf es. " prices aid method of doing business are not salisfuctory, we do not aslc a continua tion of your custom. IT! ATT Urn A "DTI TP T XT' C I All communications answered proinptly 1 1 1 1 1 1 VI I illV A 1 UJjlJU and order filled with dispatch. b -jr, . a great variety, for sale, wholesale and pti by. f ; ' in OWMo 'MOORE; July 7. 1875-tf. 7 All the. 'World at War.' -o- 4, . 5 1 - - ; - .'i The tnercAntlle rnnint mity, loo. han bmime lellierent. Jlen ...

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. — 28 August 1875

THE CHRONICLE R. W. THOMAS. Editor.' TERWK tft.OO IX A0T1XCE,. - , - .-U-t- -t CTt XlirSTILLE : i .TGCST 28," 1815. From thetooe of Democratic conven tions and Democratic organs, we are inclined jo ' tlie belief that there is purpose atuoog the . people not to be turned aside- fram the great work of driving Radicalism from power." They arc begiuuing to appreciate the fact that there can be no material reform until this work is accomplished. That there are; aud will !, malcontents. must be exacted, but we, anticipate no Buth division as will blast the hopes of the conservative opposition. Until the Executive and the Senate are in accord with the popular will, neither the currency uor any other reform can be brought about, flow unwise then, the policy which would seek to raise issues which cannot be settled until every departiuect of the gov ernment is in unison with the beat in terests of the' country, aud monopo lies and aereseivo oapital are made suboiaiuate to official iutegrity a...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 28 August 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLJLRESTILLE, AtG. t -IS75. A. OILITTt ,. -J. KEBLETT & GRIST, TCBUBHXK8 AD PfcOrKIZTOU. On UUm par iqun of Tan UM or laaa. Sxi circus advertisement on fourth Thi commaoicatioa of 44 L-'A. W.," it iiuvoidably left over until oar next issue, f J .: ': ' f: 1 1 - i " ... " "... iics, Beoaddcs & "Co., srt 4aii rewiring fall tad winter good, which they are Jelling low. - , ., - v Josh Bic says be hx tatter beaa vine aa high as the telegraph pole in front of our offioe. Next! , , ?..: "'.'." ' . ' Tax PpeaT ayt that the health f Memphis was never better ' than" at present, nor more promising. I Tbz Great Western Iron Lands re cently sold by Chancellor II. II. Lur-ton,-were -purchased by Hon. J. F. House, for $1,000. Thk worms are damaging the cab bage crop of this Tic-iuity rery serious ly. Cabbage raisers say they never knew them so aameroas before. - - Cha&UK Eviestt has just received a new lot of Balls and and BaU for the Baseballists of this place and vicini...

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. — 28 August 1875

G3 THE CH110NICLE t CLARKSTILLE, AtB. 23, 1878. I. B. WEBLITT. J. A. CRAWT KEBLETT ft GR15T, PUBLISHES AND PROPRirrOMA. BATKS OF ABTiirajne: On Dollar per aquara of Tn line or Usa. LOCISYILJLE iSD S ASIITIIAE as 6IE1T IOCTUEKX RAILROAD. ooiira oth. Train No. 2 arrive and leaves at 8:45 P. M. Train No. 4 leave at 8:15 r. - OOMO SOUTH. ; Train No. I arrive at 6:50 P. u. Train 9o. t arrive and leave at 8:40 A. at. BATES OF ADVERTISING. ; 1 no. sauAEKa. lMO 2 MO BtO t0 lino 1 8qure 2 8quare 3 Hquarea 4 Bqaara. Column X Columa Column 1 Column 150 4 50 800 soo 1000 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 U W ' 115 00 160 OU 6 00 7 50 15 00 1000 12 00 1209 18 00 1000 1500:20 00 20vtto 84 5 80 M09i0 660t80 isooiiRoe 260v 80 S6 00143 00 4000I40O0 - Announcement of marriage and death free tribute of respect and obitnarie naif price. Arriral and Departure of Mails. -. ' : CMM." ' "j , i ... . ...... .f 1. For Louisville and beyoud, 2 P. M. and 7::t P. M. For Nashville, 7:80 p. at. Between Clarksville an...

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. — 4 September 1875

W M U M 6. W 7 M SI 11 11 . 1 . . - , ' '. j -" Hi . t 3f Mf t "v tfl VOL. 43-NO. 15 i fnTii T? i fCLXRKSVTLLE J tEM'J, SATURDAY, 5EPTE1IBERU, WHOLE NO. 2,159. f. I - DRUGS J 5 FAMILY MEDICINES ! Chemicals, Dye Stuffy hJ$T PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, HtowilakW Bobta Window Glass And Pcttj, ' 2? 1 1VT El TiE A S ! purewines,. FRENCH IBRANDYT PJEA.CII BRANDY, Old Bourlon and Robertson Co. whiskeys! and-; h hi I PURE SCOTCH ALE ! For Medicinal Purpose. . . - rfiriTT TjTTi A DirTnTPC f I 1 1 1 J l ly j illVlIOJjijij ". in great variety, for Bale, wholesale and by w 4 , t ... -OWEH & HOOREi July 7, lST5-tf. WRf 'BR'.: fM:! M: the World at arr -o- Thf invrcantile rommunlty; too, ha !eenivie belligerent, ilen wlio we and all the worhl know make their living- on the difference between what they K've lor goods aud lint they get for them, have adopted a new and strange system, making thelrfortanes by selling goods at eost . BLOiQHBKOS Not being !a1 liferent, but peacefully Inclined, have det...

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. — 4 September 1875

THE CHRONICLE R. W. THOMAS. Editor. TEKMS a-Oa IS ADTAXCK. C LARKS YILLE : : : SEPT. 4, 1875. Dukino tLe discussion of the cur rency qucsiiou, which promises to be an open one for year?, perhaps it may not be amiss to remind our readers, oc - casiotuliy, that there is one point, long aiuee settled beyond all controversy, and that in, that uo man need expect to hare money uule? he has something to nell, or emee. to offer, in exchanee for it. It i a mistake, made by mnpy, that inflation will make money plenty and, that when plenty, all will get a liberal share. Bat money never was, and never will be, so plentiful that it can be picked up by idlers and vagrants, and were the circulating medium doubled to-morrow, money would be as scarce as now, with those who are Join? nothing to earn it. It is with States as with indirida li ; both will prosper in proportion to the energy put forth, and the amount oT product they can exchanire for money, and both will prosper still more, provided they...

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. — 4 September 1875

r 1 THE CHRONICLE CLAKKSYILLE, SEPT. , t 875. J. . JtKBLKTT. J. A. OKAMT KEBLETT GEAXT, FX7BLI8HXM AND P10MUXTOM. (ATHorAfiTmnais: On Dollar pey ,aare or Ten Unas or leefc Additional local may be found on second page. THlimblic schools, in this city, open next Monday. - " i I CiaetriT Corn, jadge tuee prena will open here next Monday: A desk has been manufactured in Iudianapolw for Col. J. B. KUleLrew, to COrt $1251" """" iY'iLiWiLLUMS.'has gone east to purchase his fall and winter stock of bootsrshoes, etc."' - - THE dry weather of the past two or J thrj . -s las been rather serere af ter the unusual wet spell which pre ceded it, and crops are neediug rata. Stewart College opened last Wednesday morning with ninety-eight i pupils. . Eight more than they opened ' with last year.- . The Fourth Ward Pnblic School will be taught in the basement of the i Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1y Miss Kate Rogers. District Council. The next re gular meeting of the Clarksville To bacco District C...

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. — 4 September 1875

uu.uu jwaraBBB BEgliT wmiiesi ff THE CHRONICLE CLAEKSY1XLEV SEPf. 4, 1875. J. a. kiblxtt. a. grast KEBLETT GSAXT, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIITOR3. ATK3 OF ADTEKTialXO: One Dollar per square of Ten linen or LOriSTILLE ANDNASII VILLK A.VD GREAT SOCTIIEBX BAILROAIf. OOISO HOBTH. ' Train No. 3 arrive and leave al U p. Jf Train No. leaves at 2:27 r. M. GOIKO SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrives at 5J0 e. M. Train No. Z arrives aud leaves alG:15 A.M. BATES OF ADVERTISING.' HO. 140AK8. Imo 2 MO IMO MO 12 MO 1 8qoare J 0l 4 50! too t 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 SO 00 45 00 Kfl OH 115 09 LiOOO 2 Hon (Mil 8 uu; looo 15 00 3 Snawe 4 Square.. Column.. Column Coluina 1 Colnmn 7 SOllO 10CK;12 00 1200,18 00 0" 1500; 20 00 150 18 00i2ti00:t0 00 25 00 MO 36 00iS 00;SiOOi50 00 00150 00i60 00 09 '."i 10 180 00 lol Announcement of marriages and deaths free tribute of respect and obituaries half price. Arrival and Departure of .Mails. - ' CLOSE. " For LouUville and beyond, J p. x. and 7l P. M. For NaauvUIe, 7:P. M. Kelweeu C...

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. — 11 September 1875

f H a TPS ' KS'V 7" mt ... st .r .m. cn rrr jtiws JU VOL. 43 NO. 16 CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1875. WHOLE m. 2,100. DRUGS! FAMILY MEDICINES ! Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, PAINTS, OILS, Window Glass end Putty. EflETE TEAS! PURE WINEST FRENCH BRANDY ! PEACH BRANDY, V t v - .- Old Bourbon and Robertson Co.-' whiskeys! and v r. . PURE SCOTCH ALE ? " For Medicinal Purposes. TOILET ARTICLES in great variety, for sale, wholesale and trti by t . v r OWfiH k, MOORS.' July 7, 1875-tf. -All the World at War. The mereantll community, too, has become bellleerent. Men who we and all the world know mak their living on the difference between what they Rive for Roods and what they jet for tbeio, have adopted a new and strange system, making their fortuues by selllug goods at cost, - ? . . - 51.. - BLOCHBffiO Not being belligerent, but peSeerirtly inclined, have determined to Veep ont of this and evwv other war, unless forced into It by conscription. We find that we -n afford to stand alo...

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. — 11 September 1875

A. THE CHRONICLE Jl.Tr. THOIAS. Editor. TERXS l . IX ADVANCE. CLABKSYILLE : : : SEPT. 11, 1875. As ceasional paragraph from tbe org ids of yankee oiviliia'.ion the em bodiment of ncgroibilim, Fpiritual ifia, freelovlsm and ' sit-h" ques tions the wisdom of emancipation and hints at the inefficacy of the laws en ac!eJ for the purpose of enforcing civ il and social equality between tLe two race, so recently holding the relations of master and flares. In epite of th liignal failure of the experiment of emauclpation, without previous prepar ation, in the Wert Indies, 'our puritan philanthropists believed in the magic power of political liberty to improve upon this handiwork of God and to afiinnlate the highest and the lowest species of the genus "homo." It is however, becoming apparent to the more rational fanatics that, in tbe de lusive hope of elevating the African to the level of tbe Anglo Saxon, a earse has been iu flic ted upon both, and the question now biug ried is what tball b d...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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