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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 20 November 1875

rtw lLI ntlDAMTCT U'i Flier, the establishment at Louis. lMk CM JttU fVvUle Wh of lie cooperative Itnt IT K01I15.3non' - nit r- TEUI i IS lOTAKCE. CLiRKSYILLE : : : SOT. 20, 1876. SOl'THECX MAXCFACTTRES. Some of the reasooV why the Sooth should, to the extent of its ability, go" into the business f niaouf-cturio.are . too obrioas to have escaped lhe obser vation of any intelligent man. .For the j manufacturer ot cotton the in ducement are as strong aa-caa be fcld . nnt rolcstiital and ntfmrisf .f!henn and perennial water-power can be had ' in a thousand localities, obviating the , heary expense of machinery and the . fuel In tint it in motion bv gtmin. Cabor ; is cheaper than in the North, coal in abundant, and easy of access to point where tea m may be in-iispsBBable for 1 ' ' V ! - .4 liA MAnUl 4ll living uisvuiuci y, iuu " mate saves all the cost f heating ap paratns", 'during 'thfc winter months whicli in the bleat North adh fo mi- . i - im i .. - i ascf liTHie. Tnecostof theraw...

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. — 20 November 1875

THE CHRONICLE CLABKSTILLE, SOT. SO, 1875. J. 8. XCSLZTT. , - f. A. AEAHT X EE LETT GEJL5T, PCBLDJHEM ASD r&OrkIKTOR8. kini or ututiiin: On Dollar per square of Ten Hues or U. Chancery Cocbt commence nxt Monday. Read Judge Tyler" tpecial notioo in another column. Now is' f good time tolsabscrile and pay far the UnRpsiCLE. 5 '; ? 1 m mm Candidates announcing theni3el7es for office mast pay the printer's fee in advance. - Criminal Court is still in session. The case of the Palmyra murderers was taken up yesterday. '-9 We this week send out a good many ' statements of aceoniits, which we hope J will 1e responded to. j Last Wed oesday" morning was a good pork season, beingclear and cold, with considerable ice. Walter McComb has gone east to purchase new stock for- Walter Mc Comb & Co., and they are receiving new goods every day. Tni upper Bed river bridge has been repaired and strengthened, and is now pronouced safe by Mr. Tapscott, civil engineer. EiaaT hundred cases are already...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 20 November 1875

IJL a HE CHRONICLE CLABKSYILLE, SOY. 20, 1875. 4. a. hlbtt. J. a. graft XEBLETT GUAM, f UBL1SEKR3 AKD TKOPB.IXXOK8. ATH OF ADVMTISIJ : One Di.llar par square of Tea Uum or low. BATES OF ADVERTISING. 12x0 SO. 4PAJm. lxo 2 MO UO MO 1 Square. 150 00 4 50 cnii a nil 15 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 160 00 2 Svic 800 lOOOiloOu 3 Huaree 4 fkinre.. Column.. l Column-. 14 Column... f Column 7 W 1000' 1200 18 00 1000 12 00 15tX 20 UO 150O ;18 08 '20 00 80 00 2ft 00 : 30 Oti i 00 60 06 iRSOOSO?1 5000 60 00 140 00148 OO'MOOiSO 00 Announcement of marriages and death free tribute of 'respect and obltuarlei baJf pries. . '.W- -- - - LOriSTILLE AJf D5A8HTIU.E AKD tlRAT aOVTHEM AIl,ItOA. T ' OIN HOBTH. Train No. I arrives and leave" at 11:00 r. . Train No. 4 leaves at 1:40 r. M. OOIKG SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrives at 6:30 P. J. Train No. 8 arrives and leaves at 7:30 A. Jt. Arrival and Depart nre or Mails. s CLONK. Kor Louisville and beyond, 1:10 P. M. and For Nrsli vllle. &00 p. v. ISelw...

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 December 1875

EEK VOL. 43 KO. t8. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1875, w CHRONICLE. 1T1S In Great Of 'Every 1 "We take pleasure In announcing the receipt of Hollaluv Uoods ire have ever brought to tlii for iheunaliet as well an I he largest pur. We enumerate below a few of the lines of good. In each of which there is an endieva variety. They are now open to the inpee-Ue-Bof ourfrtendaand the poblic generally.- All are cordially invited to eail ana ex amine, even if not wishfhg 10 purchase. Elegant - Illustrated and .... Presentation . Books, HANDSOME PRAYER BOOKS, HYMNALS, HTM BOOKS AND BIBLES, JUVENILE JJXT TOY BOOKS, STAVnARh PHPTS foreijjn unci Domestic Stationery, John Holland's Gold Pen?, Games, Utiililinc XlloeltM, Etc., "Writing1 Ueslcs, Work lioxe, Photograph and Autograph Albums, Etc., Etc. Respectfully, OWEN & MOORE. December 4, 1875-tf. GrO X0 Harrison, And See Their Also Xew Lot SPLIT ZEPHYRS! Just received, and the special inducements they are offer- in DRESS GOODS, ET...

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 December 1875

THE CHRONICLE K. IT. THOMAS. Editor. TEftXS !. IJf ADTAJfCE. t'LiRKSTILLE x : : DEC. 4. 1875. T2EATY WITH MEXICO. If special correspondents ire to be relied upon there Beems little room for doubt that t treaty haB beeu nego tiated between Mexico and the United Statss, the leading terms of which are : That Mexico sgreea to cede Lower Cal ifornia and a large portion of the Northern States to this government, the consideration being that the United States assume and pay the 0, 000.000 which Mexico owes bj award to our citizens who have been aggriev ed by citizens of her government This might be viewed as merely a fair business transaction, beneficial to both "parties, but for the obviously dangerous and unwise experiment of additions to territory of a country al ready too unwieldy for safety and the prompt administration of justice. Be sides this, there is the fearful risk ol adding, indefinitely, to the dangerous power of the Executive overshadow iug, as it already docs, all other de ...

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 December 1875

IHE CHEONICLE CLk RKS YILLE, DEC. 4, 1875. . MBBLXTT. J. A. fiZAXT . II XTELETT k GS15T, KCHUfiEIRS AKlTp&OPUXTOM. -jum or Asnnnm i On Dollar par sqaaxe of Tn Line of 1ml R. D. Read, lUoger, has two estray notices in another column. Mr. Johjj J. Massh ia in tlie city spending a few weeks with his family Owes & Moore hare just received " Infelics," Aagusta EranV new work A new church u being erected at Port Royal, which will soon be com pleted. ?.-' We are indebted to of Los Angeles, for papers. Mr. L. Straus, late California John II. Tandt, adm'r of Neil Catlett, dcc'il, has an advertisement in this issue. I HE renty ews. published at Nashville, has chanced its name to Evening News. Col. J so. F. House, M. C. from this district, left for Washington, last Saturday night. Congress meets next Monday. Its proceedings will be look for with in terest by the entire country. McCaulet Si Co., Turnley Si Elder, and others of our business men, have been having new gig us painted this w...

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 December 1875

A GHltONICLE CLaKKSYILLE, DEC. 4, 1875. . K. alBLETT. . J. A. GBAWT SEBLETT k GRAXT, eCBLIoBKRS AND PROPEJITORJ. htm or iSTunmt : One Dollar per square of Ten Une or le RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 3'jur . a Hqoare n iqaare i Column.. 4 uoinmn. J MO Ixo IMO (10 "I" 1501 4 501 500 B00 6(H) 8 00 1000:15 00 7 5o! 1000 ,1200' Is 00 1000 12O0U;. 00120 00 160U 18 00120 00130 00 An i tfi rui t Wi ! wi mi J Column . 85 00 1 48 00 j 50 00 j 60 00 120 18 Oo 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 150 00 Announcement of marriage and death treetribute of respect And obituaries half price. ' - IjOI IKVIM.E ASiSHTlltElHD MB EAT SOrTHEKJf BAIIBOID. GOIXQ MORTH. Train No. 2 arrive and leave at 110 P. x. Train No. 4 leave at 1:40 1. at. OOISOBOCTH. Train No. 1 arrive at 6:30 r. x. Train No. J arrive and leave at 7:30 A.X. Arrhal and Departure of Mails. CLOSE. For Louisville and beyond, 1:10 p. x. and Hint r. m. For Nashville, 8:00p.x. lietween Clarksville and Louisville, 1:10 P. M. Southeastern Railway, 1:1...

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 December 1875

CHRQNI H JLJLJ I F 3, f .i VOL: 41 NO 29. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1875. WHOLE -NO. 2,213. 1WI GEE. rv w m ur w CMST1 In Great : Of Every Description. Wetak pleasure In announcing tlie receipt of the lurgpst and best tisnorU'd utork of Holiday ;ooct ire have evr brought to tlK market. We have prewnU Mailable for lite smallest well a t he laruwt purse. W'e-euoinemte oelow a lew of the Itnexnf gcMMln, In each of which there 1h an piiillexa variety. Tuejr are now open to the tnspec-UoB-sf our frlcnlK and the public c-merallv. All are' cordially invited to call and ex tmite, even If not wishing to purchase. .-..... Elegant Illustrated and Presentation Books, HANDSOME PRAYER BOOKS, , HYMNALS, HilIN BOOKS AND BIBLES, JUVENILE lTVI TOY BOOKS, STANDARD FOETS, in every style of binding, Foreign and. Tomestio Stationery, Jolin Holland's Gold Pens, ; GnmeH, 1 Juiltliii- XSlocliS, Etc., AVritinjj Desks, t- Work IJoxch, Photograph and Autograph Albums, Etc., Etc. Respectfully, ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 11 December 1875

THE CHRONICLE R. Tf. THOXIS. Editor. TEIIf I IJT AOT AJirK. CLARKSTILLE : : t DEC 11.1875. Oi'R attention liaa been called to a plausible nd ingenious comunicatioa to the Nashville Commercial Report i r, on the subject of State finances. The article is beaded "The Way Out. A Solution of Oar Financial Difficul ties." In whatever light the subject is viewed, it is grave and complex pre- wnting at every step legal and moral considerations irreconcilable with each other and impossible of adjustment upon any basis of compromise that will give satisfaction to both creditor and debior. It a because of the im . practicability of any satisfactory scheme of adjustment, that every propo fcition for a settlement holds out partial repudiation as the alternative in case of refusal by the creditor to accept the terms o ffered by the debtors. The writer under review makes this propo sition as his solution of the financial situation : The bon JL of Tennessee now sc-H in the Nw York market at 15 nd 4...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 11 December 1875

rHtiUHli'JMCLE CLABKSTILLE, DtC. H, IS7&. , . IULIR. J. A. CKAKT KEBLETT ft GEAXT, pcBtisnzas asp pecprixtobs. xatz or isTimnmi Ob Dollar per square of Tmi line or la Judge TTLiabeld Cirt ait Court at Arlington, Houston county, this week. Jcdoi Kick will open Circuit Court at Dover, next Monday. The special term of the Criminal Court convenes next Monday. Montgomery Cocktt Grange meets at the Hook and Ladder Hall next Monday. Mb, Wirt IIice, son of Judge Rice, eft 1 ast Monday for Florida. lie ex- Ipects to remain during the winter. The President's message Las been sent in to Congress. It is too long for publication in our columns. A call is made in this issue of our paper for Mr. John Rick to become a candidate lor Mayor. Repaired. The bridge on Madison street, over the railroad, is being re paired. Clarksville Council, U. F. T., will meet at Hook and Ladder Hall next Friday night at 7 o'clock.' E. M. Thojiasson, Esq., has re moved to Dover, where be will engage in the practice...

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. — 11 December 1875

THE. CHRONICLE CLaUKSYILLE, DLC. 11, 1S7S. J. a, HKhLZTT, 3. A. GRANT SEBLETT & OR1XT, VFBUSHtttS ASB PROPRIITOaS. KATKH r ADVERTISING: One Dollar per square of Ten Iinesorlewi. KATES OF ADYERTISIXG. lKO 2 MO tXO 80 4 50 SOU 5 00 8R'l000 7 50 100111200 1 Bqaare.. 2 Hq.ua res 3 Hquarea 4 Hiuars yi Column... Column 4 Colamn I Colamu too 15 a, 1500 18 00 20 00 25 00 80 00 45 00 80 00 115 00 150 00 10UUil2t0 1500 20 00 11500,18 00 20 00 30 00 8500 60 00 1 25 00 , 30 00 8500)48 00 1 40 00148 00 5000 6000 6500 8000 Announcement of marriages and deaths Ire tribute of respect and obituaries half price. , LOriSVILLE JLVti X ASH VILLE AXD GREAT SOITIIEHX RAILROAD. GOT SO XOKTH. Train No. 2 arrives and leave at 11:00 p. m. Train No. 4 leaves at 1:40 P. x. ooma SOUTH. Train No. 1 a rri ves at 6:30 P. . Train No. t arrives and leaves at 7:30 A.M. Arrival and Departure of Mails. CLOSK. For IouUvllle and beyond, 1:10 P. . and 8:im p. M. For Xsshvllle, 81 P. m. Between Clarksville and Louisvill...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 11 December 1875

on that occasion. The street Cmiteo rcpoj-tedhat the p j cat Of vui vx-, w in receipts, $223 02. 0 with it. It is sometning tnatwiu j .'last, and they will remember you, , daring i . -- ... i, ,,ii..tt..l,Mn money, In receipts., certain. a nr the tic thf on Ac th IDC WO of Kt qu thi f ? tio an we in l we 601 col lio or i tci til ! m le? i P fo re hi fe 4 t i la a? IT B BlILROAD TAX; SALES FOR Bradsbaw Mr JL-. $450, bounded north ce nt rd or m. aiming the her day ing Salo January .3d, 1870. .i t . t. -, -. j ' State of Tennessee Montgomery County. ' " . By Tirtueof iuepowwrnd authority Teetsd In nae, as Railroad Tax CoUeetor of Montgomery esuntv, I will, on the rst Mody of January - next, it being the id (third, day of Jaonary, 1876, - rner for aaletbe following described tract, of land, r mi lota and parts of town loU.tb an bavin ,' , been MiiMld for UtH for th Tear 7, which taxes ar an. awl resaaln. unpaid, together ' with peealri. ud coat, out at Coort-boaaa eeor in 1 it- -tty at ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 11 December 1875

Has collected, Si.CSl 55. ' rich harvest shall recompense them for their labors. ing officer, it the meeting on Tuesday. Peter Oneal, County Court Clerk, S! The Clothing, greatest attraction in Clarksville is the Immense St BoT v on) ; .! , N ., CX4.RKf4TIIiTii: CHItICIiE SOTMiEJIEKT,. IECE2tBEft 1I,C 1875. , thf i on himself m;it handsomely as a Dresid a; 3 th ,-, I . t-tio- we' we' 601. cor lint, ove Tl ten! cii 1 mit len. pec for res to feai to i A late mat per. suit and 80S mat miti T stre had extc save oft trib deir ""Riot 6C 55 5-8 acres value 81275. bounded aorta 3 JLdeT. aoeth Win 8earcy. east Mrs Marti , er Branson, "x 54 4C, ini3ic.piiy Ke. cola fee 50c, elk f 81. prs tee 8'-. tat J $7 Hie? O C 1 own lot value 85. bounded n irth air onu, lli-u st, east W D Mos , t K.-n-w-d'v ui 82 . tut 14c. pet.) 6c, co. f .-e eku'wi nrstee$Ut-'1al 81- I?J u J and V J. nii lots valu 8 DO s RoS rt's d lion, tax 85 44, lut 44.., P-ny 62-, c.la fc fi e elks f e 51, P" tee 81, lotti Slu IS. 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. — 18 December 1875

7erxT "T: t , if s VOL. 43 NO. 30 CLARKSVILLE, TKNN., SATURDAY. DECEMBER 18. H75 WHOLE NO.- t.?M. f - CHRISTMi In Great' Of Every w Uk pleader In announcing Ihe receipt of th largeht and bet assorted stock of Holiday ioois we have ever broojrhtto thf market. We have present suitable for I he mnftileKt an well as the largest panto. We enumerate below a few of t tie lines of good, in each of which there In mi emilem variety. They are now 0011 to the inspeo- ilonot ourfrlT.daand tlie poill generally. A II are cordially invited to call ana ex amine, even if not winning to purchase. Elegant,. Illustrated . and Presentation Books, HANDSOME PRAYER BOOKS, HYMNALS, 1IY3IN BOOKS AND BIBLES, JUVENILE .IVD TOY BOOKS, ... STANDARD TOETS, in every style of binding,, loreigrn and. lOomesstic Stationery, ' John Holland's Gold Pens, GitmeH, IJuiltliiij; BloolfH, Etc., Writlufj Desks, TVorlc Boxes, Photograph and Autograph Albums,' Etc., Etc. Respectfully, OWEN & MOOEE. t December 4, lS75-tf. 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. — 18 December 1875

THE CHRONICLE II. W. THOMAS. Editor. THIS i $. IJT ADTAKfK. CLARKSTILLE I J : SEC. 18.187; THE PKESIDEXrS MESSAGE. We do not publish the President's Message because oar space is limited just now, and because, judging from our own reading of it, no man will be the wiser for wading through the stcreo typededitionof Ha dica leant The only marked differences between the seventh and the first anaual message are in the dates and in the bran new historical sketch of the government from its colonial origin up to its present culmi nation in glory and greatoes, under the wise and beneficent rule of Ulysses Solomon Grant. This being the eve of the Centennial, offered an opportu nity, too good to bo lost, for airing his profound historical lore, and giving the spice of variety to an oft-told tale. The President does not think the time has come for recognizing the bel- r.V- !.. 1 T. T t iifereocy vi tuc tuuiu mmcuis. &u , - i: v. . j J VniS WO Ll feC Willi IIILU, UUV t7 not think the time wi...

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. — 18 December 1875

IHE CHRONICLE CL1RX8Y1LLE, DEC 18, I87i. J. . keelett. j. a. aim " KEBLETT k GR15T, mUSBIU AKD PROrKIXTOSS. tins or ACTiiTiBm: On Dollar par square of Ten lines or less. NIT year .is leap year. ' Prepare your ballots. Hot Springs, Ark. lighted with gaa. will soon be Read the acrostic on onr first page from - Hilda." The eveniog train, going South, ar rives at C.05- Mr. John Rick declines making the race for Mayor. Sam'l Rexixqer, has been re-appointed postmaster for this city. We are indebted to Mr. L. Straus for Los Angeles papers of December first . ,Thi post office will be removed about the 1st cf January, to the Red Corner. The Little Rock Gazette says: "Xot one man in fifty in Arkansas reads a newspaper." The first of this week was an ex cellent pork season. Bat little has as yet been put on the market The Supreme Court has closed its term at Jackson, and meets in Nash ville first Monday ig January. Remember the Festival at the Academy next Thursday night, 23d inst Only 50 cent...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 18 December 1875

sIHECUIIONICLE CI.ACKSTILLE, DtC. 18, 1875. J. A. OKAKT I. B. JCESMTT. XEBLETT k GRAXT, fCBLIBHiaS AKD rK0FRIT0R8. KATM OF ADYMTCSIXOS One UoUar pr fcquare of Tea Uues or less. RATES OF ADTEBTISLVG. ii 1 S'-lttf 2 tfein&reo ; squares 4 Htnri. si Column 10;2M0 MO MO 00 aid! 4S9i 500 atHJi 8 00 1(100,1600 7 SO'lOOO!1200il8OM 1000 12 00 1600 20 00 1500 lBOO.aiW SOOU 12 xo IS Oft 20 00 25 00 80 00 4 00 tV." o.vi s.no ftflmi lis 00 ,lumnlZiW'48i(W'W,' 15000 Announcement of marriages and deaths free-tribute- or respect and obituaries half priee. ' ' I.Ol-IftVItXE ASDSASHTIH.EASO 6BEAT SOrTHEKW BAH.BOAl. OOINO HOKTH. Train No. I arrive and leaves at 110 r. M. Train No. 4 leave at 1:40 p. m. GOl KG SOUTH. Train No. 1 arrive at ffcSO p. H". Train No. 8 arrive and leaves at 7:30 A.M. Organize 1 Organize I The Jack-on Clarion erjnonrices that the lUpablican State executive com mittee of Mississippi was in session the Hay before, and as a result laid the foundation for otie more vigorous ef...

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. — 25 December 1875

VY -Tf i .a si -i f 1 1 f i k t . . e - VOL. 43--TsOr 31 .... CLARKSVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY:' DECEMBER ... I75 . WHOLE NO. !,2Jj; A. I V V , - - ' - - CIIST1S In Great r S f j , j . Ct; Every- Description. . Wetake ilesure In an&ouiiringthft reeeipt of the inrgeat and best nawirtrtl Block vf Ilmldar Oood ic bin ever brought to lids market. We have rrescnf sellable for l he maliet n well the inreeM n'l !-.. owda,in frh of wtoleti there I nn .llesi TOrfty. Tin'jr are now oj'en to Jie In.peo (ion of our friends and 'he public ey neinliy.. Allure rllallT lnvltertto call anuex amine, even If not 'wishing lo pureh:ie. Elegant Illnstratedand Presentation Bosks, ? HANDSOME PRAYER BOOKS, 1IYHXALS, 1IY3IN BOOKSTAND BIBLES, . .JUVENILE A.1Siy (TOY BOOKS, STANDARD POETS, m every style, of binding, "F'oreigrii ntid. Domestic : Stationery, ! ... : U . : John Holland's Gold Pens, GaraeH, Huildliif; 13I?1, Etc., Writlngr Dosks, . " . , Work Hoxes, Photograph and Autograph Albums,' Etc., Etc. . '...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 25 December 1875

THE CHRONICLE K. . TK0M1S, Editor. CL1RKSTILLE : : : BE'J. 25, 1S7S. New York, Dec. 11. A special from Washington says ihe Democrats re generally accepting the idea tlat they should fall in with the President's suggestion of theConstitutional amend ment prohibiting the support of sectari an ccbool out of public moneys, and at a jneetinjr of the Democratic Association of the Dibtrictof Columbia, last night, the first step towards such a movement was taken by the introduction of reso lutions stating that the free echool evs teui of the United States is the brient est star in the galaxy of the republic, ?jnd that upon iUmaintenauceand per petuity depend the present and fir.ure of the American people; that the Dem ocratic party always has and at all times hereafter, will resist all attempts looking to a division of the public school fund, no matter for what pur pose; that the Democratic party has been now. is and always will be. in la Tor of free schools, free press, free sneech. free t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville weekly chronicle. — 25 December 1875

THE CHRONICLE . CLARKSTILLE, DEC 25, 1875. J. . ELrT. J. A. GEAMT ' i : KEBLETT UR15T. . . rUBLUHEfttf AKD rEOPMITOU. uiWWURHIIlKi' 0o Dollar par frqauw of Tut lle or la Tnz bs&ls will re closed tq-dy. Wk H1 iwcft ao paper next week. Chhistmas Gift ! Send it along. Both Uonse of Congress bare ad journed until January 5, 1S76.'- ' . I)oVt forget the Concert at the Academy next Thursday night The Bowling Green (Ky) Demo crat says that thieves are infesting that city at present. . , The post office will be open to-day from 8 to 9:30 o'clock a. m., and from 6 to p. m.' ' ' , Mr. J. S. Scott, of the Rock City, I'aper Mills, Nashville, called to see lis las Monday. I. CT Sunday was a lovely day, and all churches, whereerrices were held, had large congregations. Rev. Geo. B. Taylor, G. W. P. of the United Friends of Temperance, was ia the city Lust Monday. The election of Mayor and Alder men for the next two years takes place on Saturday January, 15, 1S7C. Is the midst of your Christma...

Publication Title: Clarksville Weekly Chronicle
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