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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 September 1858

4 1 '-J tiWlllgg" f """ ( LOCAL ITEMS. .e' ' '.' ' oSS&fcS NEBLETT & GRANT. Local Editor: . FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1858. It?" Carortfcl Oj7i over W II. Bryarly't Stort-xt Itallrond Tctx. W understand there Is considerable diversity of opinion, a to whether the T whl;h i nown proceti of collection, to meet the intereet oa the fJount Bonds, issued la payment of the subscrip tioti by Montgomery County, to the Memphis, Ciarrevill en! LoulsvlII Railroad Company, i tock to laid Company. (V publish the follow ing aection cf chapter No 179," paced by the General Assembly of Tennessee in 1853-4 t Sec. 3 "Be it enacted. That In the event the profile arising from the dividend of t,he Hock owned by said county In eaid Rotd, "hall not be sufficient to pay the intereat ou (aid bonda and shall not be sufficient tn nlseaenrplies by creating a sinking fund to pay eaid Bonda at maturity, the County Court shall levy a Railroad Tax In the manner prescribed by tne act, pasann ine xza Jan. l -i.2 ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 10 September 1858

;3 . i 4 1 6 -4 DRAGQ'3 ARCTIC, LINIM5NT! rr 'i ? i"r """"" ?'! Thl1 Ineomperubl Linlm.nt, opon whtaH the greet meee of the afflicted of all land now rely or relief frmn I ho pangs of Rhenma'ism, Neu-falgl-W Ooui, Erylpeias, C aneer, Serefala, Sprains rrulee.. Burns, Scalds, and all entaueous diseases, n ranidlv SHuereedlns; all similar preparations. The proprietor ive for tha encouragement of mfisrere. the following memorandum of a few of U;e wonderful cures effected by It during the paet few months- Cerlificutee from the parties named era In iba possession of the propile'ore, but their lang'b preclude the publ callun of all but a few. One bottle triumphant, Mrs. Mnffit, No. 345 Morgan street, ft. Lou la, linvlnganffbred for thraa years with Rheiimnlixm, and tried many preparations without effect, wa cured by ono lifty cent bottle of A rrtio Linement. J3'RAfi' Actjc Linehkht. No melhod of treating Neuralgia had succeeded, prior to tha In Induction of thia powerful nervine. The facu...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 September 1858

V mmm. VOLUME 9. CLAEKSYILLE, TEM., EMMY; SEPTEMBER 17, ;i858, A'tilBER 41: v.: ..... j x - -. , . , " ORIGINAL NOVELETTE. ' For t'ie Chronicle. iiulen rursE. n Y It . Y . T I I O MAS. Author of ''Th YounqCoionrl;" "The Rrfnjt!t;u "IMIy Dnle;" "Tht Cannmt I'riaonrr; "Jam Nation;" "The DritU of an J'n"r '", lli)lmr$," ., etc. CHAPTER XXV. It is needless to say how much Helen i was relieved' when Mr. Motley placed jn her hand the sham certificate- of her mar nag , a i "Don t talk to me. about inconvenience, . of tho manner in which ho obtained it. , . 1 .. . , , , . . - r , .Helen, when the proposition is to servo She was truly grateful, too, for Motley s , ' , . . , . V . .. , , , i i a II i . i you or your father: and if you wish to ndv ee which delayed, and finally obviated ' . , ' J J v i. leave in tho morning, make your arrange- the necessity for communicating to her, ' ' 6 . ' . , . ,,, , . , ments accordingly, and I shall be ready, father nformation thnt would have planted J . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 September 1858

(1 (Clntteillc (Chronicle R. W. THOMAS, Editor. J. S. NRBLETT. Puhlithtrt, J. A. GRANT, $ ' Office, over Wm. II. Brvarly's Store. l"7AI leommtlnlcatlnna must be addressed toth. Ei! I tor. Business letter, to the publisher. ETAdvertlsemi-nt mnel be handed In early on Thursday mornings, or they will be I 't over. (DILAJSESVIIILILIS. FRIDAY, SKPTEMBKIt 17, 1858. That -Ordinance. To morrow, tlie citizens of the Town will be called upon to Vote for, ngninst an ordinance authoris ing tVto issue of City bonds to the amount of Bonio $50,000 for the improvement of certain streets named in said ordinance. We believe that a judicious outlay for street improvements is one means of foster ing the growth of the town ; but, at the same time, we are constrained to say that no outlay is judicious equable in its effects, which makes taxes paid in one portion of the town subvervient to the wealth or convenience of another. And no proposition can be more self-evident th'.n that the taxed should derive ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 September 1858

t-rr. LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT 4. GRANT. Local EJUort. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1858. tT Chronicle OJfict over V H. Bryarlg'i Store. f tT Owing to the crowded rate of our advertis ing column, wo r comp iled to cut ihort our tool department this work. ItJ" There are ome hind of business which m.yb don her, not requiring a largo capital, and which we think could be mud to pay. On of tlie U the establishment of a good dairy near tuWn. A large quantity of nil k and butter at hljn price Is dally demanded hern, and a peraon who underitindj and would give close attention to the business could, from bl "alt of the arti cle, together with die e and the lucres of hi rattle, do well. W suppose 1,000 pound of but ter each week In the year I consumed here, and that about 1,000 gallon of milk per day I used. Of courae. many would dill make llieir own but ter and ue he milk of their own cowa, but atill a vry hnndaome luuome for a man of small jm-ans onld be made out of a dairy. Another buaine which would...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 17 September 1858

BRAGG'S ARCTIC LINIMiNT! Thl incomparable liniment, upon which the j runt nut of ill" afflicted nf all land now ri'ly or relief friin the pang of li heiiina'ietii, Neu ralgia, Grn', Ery. Ipclas. Cauccr, Scrofula, Sprain r r ii ln, Burns, Scsltls, n tid nil cutaneous dt-oasep. R rapidly nperoi ing nil ainilnr preparation 'I'd" proprietor give for the. eucotirdgeme nl of snlFcrer. the following memorandum of few of Hie wonderful en re effected by it during the past few months. Certificate from tho parties named Hre In lli pns,siou of llm propi le'cir, bill tlii'ir If up li precludes ill' publication of all but a few. One hot lie triumphant. Mm. Mnflit, No. 345 Morgan gtreet, St. Lntils, li.iviii(! sullend fur ibrce year Willi It hcnmiitism, and tried mil 11 y preparation without effect. Was cured by one fifty criit boltleof Arrtic Linemont. ilJT.Mcti- Am-Tio Linkhknt. No method of treating Neuralgia Inid succeeded, prior In Hit In truf'uclion of llil powerful nervine. The faculty Hdin...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 September 1858

'11 A - i .JM NUMBER 45. VOLUME 0. CLARKSVILLE, TEM., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1858. , 11 0 . . 1 ...... ' , THE CIIllONlCLii. Printed WeeVly on a dodbU-medium shectevery Friday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Publishers and Proprietor. TERMS or. THE TAPER, - . $2 Per annum, in advance. TERMS OK ADVERTISING. FOR ONR SQUARE OF TWELVE LINES OR One Insertion $1.01 Two months Three mouths Six months Twelve months $4.50 5,00 9,00 15,00 Two Insertions Threo Insnrtlons One month 1,50 3,00 2,50 BEAUTIFUL WOMEN. The world-renowned traveler, Bayard Taylor, recently visited the race-course near Warsaw, Poland. In describing the character and appearance of the assembled horses and humans, he says : 'What more interested me than the peed of the horses was the beauty of the Polish women of the better class. During two years in Europe, I have not seen so great a number of handsome faces as I saw in an hour yesterday. It would lo difficult to furnish a larger proportion from the ac knowledged lovelin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 September 1858

V . .. . ? . J. A. GP.ANT, Oificr , over Wn. II. Cryarly's Store. IT" A I icommmiicatlnn mnat be addressed loth F litot.' nulneas letteri to the publishers. I T Advertisements mnst be handed In early on T'indy mornings, or they wilt be let over, t f . ii. i , FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1858. ! t , 83rv U oem that onr city Charter provides tli a I the Jloard aliall appropriate no money exceeding an inaignificant amount without the concurrence ofa .majority of all the qualified voters, and wo are told that this provision suggested the propriety of voting upon the proposed appropriation of fifty-odd thousand dol lars for the improvement of certain streets. .and thus avoid repeated appeals to the voters for permission to expend money for internal improvements.- The policy of giving to the Corporation power to bor row money etcept in extreame cases is one of doubtful wisdom ; so also is the power to issue bonds for certain named purposes, but with no specifications as to the manner and time, i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 September 1858

1!' -i 1 LOCAL ITEIY1S. NEBLETT &. GRANT, Loent Editor. . FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1858. fcr Cironicfc Office tv W if. flryaW Store. JJ r ; 7 , UELEN BERNE. . . . We regret, that on acconnt or a Revere attack of fctcr, Mr. Thomas haa been un able to furnish us with this wreck's part of hi atory "Helen Berne." He liaa now, however, nearly entirely recovered, and we shall, in our next paper furnish our readers with a full instalment of the story. ' We are gratified to learn that this story bas met with such favor as it has, and we congratulate the author upon the high praise bestowed upon it, and ourselves up on having it in our power to furnish so in teresting a novelette to the patrons of our paper. ... FAIR WARNING. .' The 1st of October will complete the year ilnce tlia present proprietor! took the Chronicle in charge, and we would urgently request all tub- cribera to come up and pay for their paper at that 1 1 tie. All a .me In arrear at that date will be rated from our Hat.. "P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 24 September 1858

BUGGIES AD CARRIAGES. THE grelat lmprorements of the ge, (n re ' girds Carrl- gn mak-eg.) may be en at .. w. u. brinuhuust & soirs, ' COACH MANUFACTORY, CLARKSVILLE; '" " Jhiyd'.iCt Patelii Ilubhft -Wheel,--... dwtlii.il to supercede all other wheel when right ly hndcrstooj anil appreciated. . ' Mt'nr.ATRorn'e Patent StisrENsio Frninn by ''-which the weight tit the body is removed from the centre of the axle, which cnu never break ' ct thoso points. - ' " V ftALAi.tV Papwt Top-iim.ii-by which a top can be raised or lawe.ied at pleasuse, thereby aToiilii'K I''" usuul Inconvenience f 1,oru'- Patkxt Coi:n.ivaby which tt tnm can -he mr e In narrow lane or allej s, iu less cir " lumferenco than can be made by any other bnpgy and with entire safety, an the wheel cannot touch " tbebo.ly, Thl- v!.-!a imprcvcBsssi seeds only ' to be a en lo be duly appreciated. And lastly K stern's Patknt Singletree, fcy which horse jmiy liidulitly be detached from a vi-hiele of any "" k(til.- ' , - We h...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 October 1858

v i Ji u- V a (' ) s: is I ll I Mill i. - f V u VOLUME 9; 1 CLARKSVILLE, TENI ., llUDAYr OCTOBER d,4858 - ... : ....., . .. 4 n KU1IBER.4C.V 1 1-.-. " art- - r , .. . " '. ' '.' ' ' :..,! ' ! 'J t.i vi f'4 . , , , t For 1'ie Chronicle. HELEN BERNE: BY. R. ,W . .THOMAS. AthorofTkt Yomn9 tolonrii" "Tht Rtft?' , "Lilly' Diik;" -The Content Primmer; "Jam flfaion;" uTkt Bridt of an Hour ;' "Ha lIolmr$,n tie. ,'t'te. ' CHAPTER XXVII. Fourteen days and nights had passed iince Ann Lee beoame the unconscious rucst of Helen and her father, and dur ing that period, her eyes, once or twice, v. 1 -..! - .. r- !4n:. t,.. ! J , her finger upon her lips, as a cau'ion to the lips could confirm the fact, the ray was U ., . . T . , . , c 1 ., . 1 , be silent. Imagine her surprise at finding fXtiniruisheJ, and, with it, the hope to!. , . P -.i it t " , '. 1 . , .... , . , ., 1 herself, face to face, with Ilcnry Lee, Nti.chUgavoWtt. On the night of the I Wb vear.cd toJof lourtocnth day Dr. Wadd.ll sat f...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 October 1858

(fitarltfrillc Chronicle. R. W; THOMAS, Editor, J. 8. NRBLETT,! J. A. GRANT, $ Publithtr: O'lu-e, over Win. n. Bryarly's Store. iLTAI leommuntcatlone moat k addressed totht Editor. Business Utter to the publish rs. CJAdvertlment rnnst b handed In early on TnuiJiy mornings, or they will ba lei ovwr. FRIDAY, OCTOBKR 1, 1858. W3F It used to be that the democracy veiled its party despotism under a show of popular consultation, In the shape of primary aMetbhUes, and the appointment of delegates to meet in Convention for the promulgation of tenets to be held, and the doctrines to be advocated by the party. But the chains are now riveted upon its willing slaves, and the mask is thrown off. Last week, a few of the leaders, without a semblance of delegated authori ty, met in some hole in Nashville, and issued the following decree, which is as binding upon the hand cuffed will of the majority, as a Ukase of the Czar upon his serfs: 1. That, It would b enwise policy to r-charter any of tbe exi...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 October 1858

7. I Ml r V LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT & GRANT, Leeol aWiior. FRIDA7, OCTOBER 1, 1858. pr Caresfcla OJJict eer W. . rriy' Start. Jj ET Owing to a combination of circumstances, we ar unable to percent out usual variety of local Item this week. A there U nothing unusual stirring, wo shall no doabt bo more readily excused for Iho omltoloa. Pxksoxal W bad tho pleasure, yesterday, of seeing In oor sanctum, Mr. S. C. Mercki, of the Hopktnsvill lUerearg. Ho I a polished gentle man, a fine wriUr and, for an editor, handaoma men. It ia a pleasure to grasp tho hand of ono whose ml ltd and heart grasp the beat Interests of hla whole country, and whose energies aro devoted to the full development of those interests. Msy he succeed as an editor, and prospsr a a roan. CaiMiRii. CouaT Judgs Turner presiding ad. journed Wednesday. Nearly all tho felony eases were continued. There were only about sU eases tried b) jury out of some 90 on tho docket, most of tbs defendants "not found" and Ihoao who were...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 October 1858

t I 'BRAGCs'S ARCTIC L1NIM. NT! Ertat ma..ot 'he .minted of all laud, now rely r relief fr m Hit pings of Rhaama l.m Neu falgla, if i kt 'i"1"' C "?" crqf uU.So-ralns rrulsi B.irns, f-IJi. ahd at! cntat.e.os dm,tee. B rnpidW au.crse.'.ing .11 smitar preparations Tl pro'-.relors give fcr the encouragement or utrTHti' tlf following memorandum of a few of Ui wonderful oiiest-flcted hy during the past few months-' Certificate, from tlit partlet hamed are In Iht posesion of the prbpiletors, lot their ,ng b proclo.ie.tbt publ cation ol all but few. One lftltl Irliiwiplianu Mrs. Moffit, No. 345 Morgan street, St, Lmi la, having suffe..d fr three y.nn with Rheumatism, and tried many preparations without effect, was .r,M lv one fiftv cent bottle of AfrPc Llnemenr. 1TH"' Aacrio Limement. No melliod of f renting Neuralgia had succeeded, prior to the in-1 trnr.uctinn of tlit- powerful nervine. The faculty I admitted hnt their utmost ak ill euly compos par- ; tl.,1 and temporary reli- fs but Iho...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 October 1858

: VOLUME 9.: CLARKSVTLLE, TENN., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1858. NUMBER 47. THE CnRONlOLE . Prints Weekly on double-medium Wte.Terjr Friday mornnis;, by " " " NEBLETT 4, GRANT, Publisher! ' and Proprietor.' " " (TF.RM8 OF THE FAPER, ' $2 Per annum, in advance. . . TERM3 OF ADVERTISING. . . rORnNS SQUAB Of TWELVE LINES OR LT.tr fns Innnrtion Two insertions Three Inmrtiotu , Une month , $1,00 1,50 8,00 8,50 Two monthi ' $4.50 Tbree months 5,00 Six month 9.00 Twelve month . 15,00 ORlOjMAL KOVBLLETTE., For tUe Chronicle. HELEN BERNE. BY R. W. THOMAS. . ( , : ' i i . , i . ' ' , Author of TKt Young Colonel;" 'Th Refugeeo;' "Lilly DaU;" "The CbflMtir Primner; "Jam Nation f "The Drill of a a Hour;" "IJa iolMM," He tte. .' - , - CHAPTER XXIX. Mr. Motley, after leaving the Springs, had heard nothing of Ann Leo, except that she had gone home. It is truo that Ilelcu had written, apprising him of Ann's illness ; hut his rapid locomotion had pre vented his receiving the letter; and when he reached Mr. ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 October 1858

4 l;utoviHc Chronicle; ' R. W. THOMAS, E'lUor , , -, J. 8. NEBLF.TT.J PuhUthtT,. -. J. A. GRANT, ) Office, over Wm. II. Dryarlv's Store. TTAI leommunlcntlons most be addressed tothe Editor. Business letter le the publishers. OMdverllsemenla mint be handed In early on Thursday morning, or Ihey will Ira Ir'l over. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1858. Sf The know-nothing locofoco bank meeting, iu Nashville, seems to liave re ceived but little favor at tho hands of tho pre; tnd it would be far better for the ultimate good of the people, if they , too, would indignantly reject every such at tempt, on the part of a few unauthorised demagogues, to dictate their course on any given subject. The tendency towards a centralization of power in the hands of party lenders ia too apparent not to have attracted the attention of nil observing minds, and every such effort, as that lately made in Nashville, to take from the people all free agency in the administration of their own affairs, is a step towards pract...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 October 1858

LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT &. GRANT. Lotat Editor. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1858. TT Chronicle OJiet ontr W. II. flryarg' Store j ETW prctont our reader, this weok, with the concluding chapter of Mr. Thomas' story enti tied "IIiuk Baa'i." To those who have read it o far, we nerd ray nothing a to It merits, for all such hear testimony to the interest lhat pervades every chapter. To thoee who have not read it, we matt say they have missed most interesting story, and wo advise them to prerrore the papers containing II and r ad it at once Many a Northern story-writer, who enjoys national fame, fall, far short of Mr. Thomas, we think and the time will yet come whn this fact will be admitted by all, and when his works will become standard in their line. ETOur usually jniet community, was thrown into nnwonted excitement, one day last week, by the fearful Intelligence, that "dead meit" hi d been sold in market that morning. As the report clr culsted around, numbers of eager enquirers might be seen ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 October 1858

tBAGG S ARCTIC .UNIM-'NT! This inoomprable Liniment, uspn wills'! tha giant mass of ih nfiliesed of all Bud .now rely nrtelluflnm the pangs of Rhm'n. Nen f jlpl i, Gnu1, Ery. Ipelae, C ancer, fTrofuls, Sprains rruls.e. Horns, Hcnld. and nil cutaneous diseases, ltftiftn'tr snnersouia nft s'roiler preparations. Tt'i iiruprielors give nr lb encouragement of sufferers, the following memorouduiw of few of tho wonderful rotes effected by it during the put fovf months- Certificates from the parties named are lit the pox-ton of the propiteerffs, bnt their lor.gih preoludesthe publication of All tot few. One bottle triumphant. Mra. Mofiit, No. 345 Morgan etrect, St. Louie, having suffeird for Ihw years tlth Rheumatism, und tiled man preparations without effect, was cui-m! by one fifty cent bottle of Arrt'O Ltnement. Bn'OiAGO'e Aaoric Li!inrnT. No mrthod of Mntnig Noorulpin had sueceeded. prior to the In frrhiction of thl powerful nervine. The faculty uiimuted that their utmost skill only com...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 October 1858

.iran.-.'. ' . ' ' i' ' "' ' 1 11 1 ' 11 "1 '' ' ' ' ''" ' ' "I I i " 1 1 i mi iiMi'..i i ii i ..i 'i"'1 ' Vi i'i ii i'' i" "' l. '' ......-'i ' ' '' '' ,' ' .VOLUME 0. CURKS VILLI;, TENN., FRIDAY; OCTOBER 15,. 185SV- X , t v-v'v - KUMBEIl 48. - ;THE CnRONlCLiJ;. Printed Vkly on a doubU-rotdluin hetevery FrWiJ toorr.JiiS, by, ' , l' NEBLETT & GRANT, : Publishers and Proprietors. . , TERMS .OF Tni PAPER, ( $2 Per annum,' in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, runout "or :twilv lincs ob One lnrllon $1,01 Tw Iniortlon 1,50 Three Inaertton 2.no On month , 2,50 Twa mouth Tbree month Six month Twelve month $4.5" 5,00 9,)) 15,00 MINNIE LAURIE THE PASTOR'S .. , DAUGHTER. ..." ', Come go with mo, kind render, to a quiet little cottage on the banks of tlie "bold Merrimack." '' It Is a mild, lovely day, and the October sunlight is falling beautifully on this world of outs the foot stool of Omnipotenceand its softened light lingers lovingly around that little cottage home. Well it may, for this ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 October 1858

LOCAL ITEMS. NEBLETT & GRANT, LZ Jier. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1858. . IT CnrenisJs OJfiet over W. H. Brfarly't Stori .cZ O Among the many Improvements of Science, there ha perhiip been none more pinning to us, then Ihe beanllful art of Photography, the rapid etridei It ha made are surprising. It U only a few yeare fo, elnce the Daguerreotype a the only kind ef picture takea by the aid of chemistry now there ie the Ambrotype on glass ; the Meletu. tttype on Iron i the Photograph on paper, and a host of othera. The Community arc Indebted to thoee gentlemen, whoee persevering researehee have perfected thla most valnuble art agalnet scl ntifla and chemical difficult!, that none but llie Initiated can rightly understand. Certainly not last, or least of thoee "devotees f the 8un," U our friend MoCorinae, whoae work will aland companion with that of any gallery North or South. A vl-lt to hie roome will pro. e that Clarksville te not behind the time in Photo graphy, and hi life llie Photog...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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