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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 October 1861

VOLUME 12. - Printed Weekly, on ft double-medium etreet ever Friday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Puhli sh'er and Proprietor. . TERMS i 2 l'KR AAS'UJTix AD VANCE TETIMH OF. ADVERTISING," FOR ONI fKJUARR Or TWEXVa LINKS, OR IttSS. Pne insertion 1 00 fwo Insertions 1 fiO hree insertions 1 00 ne month . 2 00 Two months $4 50 Three months - 5 00 P-iX Jnonthg - 9 00 Tweive monthi 15 00 J. P. 'WILLI Amsf- .-.,, rt ,-.,--- (Successor to C. It. Smith.) deceiving, Foriardinj and Corarais tsion Merchant, CORNER OF FRONT k MAIN STS. fclarksville, - Tennessee-. r ; Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale of tobacco (Hid nil kinds of produce. ' , ' Not. 2, '60-ly . Grtj. lAgon 4 V.' . wAOLKHAbS AN0 RETAIL OtALEHS ) ' Coir;tlomiris, iKiir, Ac.,Ac, CLARhSVlLLE?TF.iX. " ALL orders from a distance (arcompiinied with ttie cash) will be met punctually and Upon very Veosonahle terms, Nor 27, '58-ly DR. J. M.- PIHTLET ' CLARKSVILIE, TENNESSEE- OFFtClfraud residena-, corner Xtnin and Fourth ttre...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 October 1861

(Slarfcsrilte. (Chronicle, R. W. Thomas. mtor.. j: a. NKnr.Err, jr. A. 1KAXT, Pulllthtr. i vo it V 11 KS 1 1 K T, JEFFERSON DAVIS . . 1 Of JtfitilttipiH. ron vifu iMtrsinrxT, A. II. STEPHENS Of. Georgia. ' : ' ' . Tcnncmrf Rlerfoml Ticket. FOR TUE STATE AT LARGri. , ROBERT C. FOSTER., ad. of Davidson. WILLIAM WALLACE, of Hlonnt - FOR THE DISTRICTS. ' 1st District Hxtnncl'Milliitin. i1 Orecne. 21 m. O. McAdoo,-nf Knox. A. H. Col or, of Franklin. , S. I). now an, of Warren. , John F. Dnnk, of Wilson. Oco. W. Ruchnnitn, of Medford. Luring J. Polk, of Maury. O. A.' Washington, of Robertson. B. F. Lamb, of Henry. Bobcrt B. Hurt, of Madison. 1 ' Joseph R. Mosby, of Fayette. 3d 4tb etb 6th 7 tli ' 8th Hill loth 11th it u CLA KKSVI. LLE. Friday, October 25th, 18G1. 8&- It ia not our habit to complain of the real or apparent shortcomings of those la command of our volunteers, but the ac counts which, almost daily, reach us of the disorganized condition of the 14th Regi ment of Teunesseo ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 October 1861

' ' . fc., . CHARLES M. IIITER, Local Editor. J?EBtKTT, QRAKT, JVryrMori. Friday, October 25th, 1861. s3r Subscriptions must tnvariuMy t paid for iu A Goao Mova. It will be eeen, by referring to their proceeding published in another column, i that the Indits of our town bare formed an associ ation tor the relief of sick and Wounded soldiers. This is a move in the right direction, and will, we hope, be fully carried cut. Every lady in town hould become an active, working mcmUr. So far, the Society is made up of the right material ladies who will rori andyuw, a Ion? as there shall tetnain any necessity for their labors and charity. Besides the contributions published in the proceed ings referred to, lliere is as much more that was procured by the exertions of Mrs. Tompkins, but 'vwe could not get the list in time to publish it in this issue. Mrs. Toirtpkins bag labored unceasingly In every work that looked to the soldiers' welfare, and has done more, perhaps, than any one else, toward...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 25 October 1861

Incidents of Camp LJo. I tmiNADiNe-A b a ii t in c a m r Tbo Manassas roriw portent of llm tlichtnood Bit-jpatcH Telatr t.b following necdotest Among tb little incluVnl T camp life there was one a nirht or':to gn which caused u a some atnustntn'tit. The band of the 1st Virginia reiniurit hail been sere nading one f Jli (ionrala, ami ihe whole' town wan ont to liston to their sweet music a it floated ot the calm night nir. Iivi rything was vory quiet. Tlio usual sounds of the night were still ; tint katy diils bad retired ; the cast less chirrup f the myr iads of crickets, who eonort with the rUsw of worm in the (rraas, was pirohed below its tisual key. One enuld ulmoBt bear the beating of hh own heart Afier the band had ceased, a fine tenor voice commenced sinking a lone ditty under tlit) window of a fair-facod pirl who Mill gra ces the town with l;cr piesoncc. The Hash was thrown up and tlie fair face trsti fed ber pleasure by her appearance on the BUfrc. A crowd began to collect a...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 November 1861

-1 it. - . " VOLUME 12." CLAHKSVILLE, TEM., FlUMT; NOVEMBER 1, 1801. ,. NUMBER 48. v .Off- mm Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheet ever iTritlay morning, by . NEBLETT & GRANT, Puilftheri and Proprietor. TERMS : $2 PER AAiiUJIl jy AV VA NCE TKRM3 OF ADVERTISING. . fOR OSI IHJUAKI Of T'il.V LINES OB IESS. One Insertion Two insertions three insertions 'ne month $1 00 1 50 a oo a'60 Two months T $4 50 Three months 5 00 Pix months ; 9 00 Twelve months 15 00 :j."P.'VILLIAMSf (Successor to C. II. Smith.) Receiving, Forwarding and Commis sion Merchant, CORNER OF FRONT k MAIN STS. Clarksville, - - Tennessee. Prompt attention paid to the Storage and Sale of Tobacco and all kinds of produce. Nov. 2, '60-ly . " G VLUg-on Co. ' WHOI.IfUtl AND BSTA1L DKALKB IN donrectionnries, CiKiirss, Ac.. Ac, CLARhUVlLLE, TENN. ALL orders from a distance (accompanied with the cash) will bo met punctually and upon very reasonable terms. , Nor 27, '58-ly ' DR. J. M. PIRTLE. CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE- OFFICE...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 November 1861

(CJarkiviUc (Clu'omcliv W. TIlu.MAH. Mtar. i. 3. XKHLKTT, J. A. grant, Publlthrr: : ion viu:siiEvr, JEFFERSON DAVIS ron vie i: ritr.siDi:.T, A. H, S'TEPilEMS Of Georgia. TcmifNuce Klertoral Ticket. FOR THE STATE AT LAUGii. ROBERT C.T03TKR. 3d, of Davidson. WILLIAM WALLACE, of Rlonnt. FOE1 THE DISTRICTS. 1st District F. M. Fulkcrson, ol Hawkins. 3d " Wro. ft. McAdoo, of Knox. 3.1 " W. L. Akin, of Monroe. 4th 1 S. D. Kowan. of Warren. '9th " i.Iohn F. Doak, of Witscm. lh " Geo. W. Hnchnnnn, of r.edford. 7th " Lucius J. Polk, of Mnnrr. ' 8th " fi: A. Washington, of Robertson. Oth " B. F. Lamb, of Henry. 0th " Robert B. Hurt, of Madison. 11th " Joseph R. Mosby, of Fayette. CLA lUJVI L L K Friday, November 1st, 1861. It seem to be a difficult matter for the people of the South to realise the heavy responsibilities which the war imposes up on them, and the absolute necossity for providing an abundance of those things that are indispensable for our support dur ing its continuance. It can a...

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 November 1861

I- v as- X SmaIbM to Items. CHARLES M. HlTER, Z,oeaJ untor. NEBLETT Jl GRANT, Proprietors Friday, November 1st, 1861. Jigr Subscript ions mht invariably be paid for In ADVANCH-ftA tP'k, Adtertitemeh'le, to nunri intertion, mnetbe "handed in Wednenday morning. A WmiTri) Coritui!ir. fte publish, lelow, extract frrtift a note wejhave received fnira Mrs. A. U. Munford. Seerotarv nf t!ie Ladieff Soldiers' Relief Society. Mrs. M. reqne.sta, ia the fiota, that wa make pub. lie acknnwledgcrilent,' in the nam of the Society, rf Mrs. Tompkins' services in behalf of our ol- dicrs, which we should must cheerfully do, wero il not so elfgntly.done by her, in the extrwf't rnalWa print. We take pleasure in endorsing every word of it, and feel asiiurcd that every soldier and every soldier's friend, will do likewise. fc For Mrs. M.'s kind compliments to ourself (which. we of course are too modest to priittl) we bg to return thauks. She will pardon, we hope, the tn expuuted use we make of her note, in...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 1 November 1861

. , TO THE LAMK3 - , op ' ' " Kentucky ft ml Northern Tennessee I havo mtuMiHliod ut Howling (Ircen, Ky., a Gtncrul Jlntpilal for the reception of the sirlc poJ Jmms of tlie Central Division (Confederate State Army) of Ky. In an onttTjirixo which is intiutntoly connect ed with the physical comfort, if' not also the life, of. the soldier, I feel that you ore aoarcely less interesteil than myself. I, ' therefore, t0' to ni.ike a few practical mi;;-, gestions to you, as to tho manner in which you may (serve those members of the army who are overtaken by accident or disease. A very efficient inodu of rendering' naial anee to the inmates of tho hospital is thro' "tho agency of llttUrf Amnviatuth, Mb h tiamhers of which nro already in operation ia the Confederate States. Can you not Organize such Associations wherever thev do not eint, and through them forW'trd ' whatever uiny he cimtrihiitoil ? Where, for any reason, such Societies run riot be spee dily put in operation, individuals nhon...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 November 1861

j 11 A f I VOLUME 12. Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheet Wrev Vriday morning, by ' NEBLETt & GRANT, Puhlitlieti and Propritlon. tssxs n ra ah hum in a6 va m' ' tkhms of AOVKRtlrsiS-d, OB OKI SO.UAR1 6't TWSLVS LINH OH LIS. Jp Insertion Two Insertions rhret insertion! Sie month Two months Three months Hix months Twelve months (4 50 5 00 9 00 IS 00 1 a jp. williaMs, . , , .L (Successor to C, it. Smith.) Receivings forwarding n& CeMtols sion Merchant, OOltNEft OF FRONT MAIN STS. tflatkaville, Tennessee. Prompt ittetil ion pai4 10 tllo Stor4re and Sale f Tobacco arid all kmUs ot proline. Nov. 1, 60-ly w JM.-FAiron A C. WH0LMA.LB AKD hVrilL OkALKRS 1 CoufcctloiiArres, iltftr, Ace., Ac, ; CLARkSVlLLte, TENN. ALt orders from a dlstince (acortpanled with tb' ! will be met fttirn'runlly and npoii very tsrii(nile terras. Not H, 'B-!y nu. Js'it. mtlb. CtARXSVttLE, TENNESSEE- OFFlCK and residence, corner Main and Fourth Streets, opponile CtthtfWTlatid Prclhyterian Church; ;, ycbtu...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 November 1861

k R. W. THOMAS, JCdSTor. ' JfEBLETX A .. I. A.C&AXT, J H" ' Friday, November 8th, 186L tS3u During llie political irmtest fcich wag doted on Wednesday latt, there Iran iuucJi said abont a revival of old partiea, and not a little ill-feeling was manifested i aoine quarter. We took no part in the fight not that we felt wo interest In ati election of jo much Importance nt tins early period of our national existence, hut because the limited time which intervened between the election and the creation of the District allowed na tio opportunity to tsanvasa' the merits of individuals, or to discuss the policy that should he inaugur ated by the first Congress of the perm aent Government. We accepted, in good iAt the 1 declaration of the long domin ant party in the South, that .old parties were defunct, and old party lines oblitera ted, and are still unwilling to believe that men who could deliberately plunge the couth into a bloody revolution for the se curity of our rich ta and the tnai...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 November 1861

T 3 CHARLKS V. HITER, local iioV.. KSBLETT GRANT, , ProprUtort. Friday, November 8tH, i'86l. fcSPSubsoriptloos must Invariably b 'paid for la JO. iAsrlwenwnti, to intur. faevtt'on, must be h timed in Wsdnetday morning. Fmnraio. The railroad bridge, ncrosi Tennessee rier, to, at length, completed, and trains passed 'fever ft, for the flnfc lime, on MoAdsy I mt We congratulate our railroad company, and the t'ii-1-Bea community generally, on this event Especial ly would we congratulate the contractors opon the completion of a drk, npon which tneyjiavs labor ed so long, to faithfully, and onder o many i'itn cnltiee and disadvantage. There ra not many contractors lo be found, who would Mve'ccbntirVned, la time like these, and under to many difficulties, a work of such magnitude, with tbe faithful ncss tjbat Messrs. Maxwell, 8n1paw k Co. baV pushed on tbli one.' Accident, after accident, bas befallen the work, Involving months of delay, and the foj of thousands of dollars ; State Bonds, w...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 8 November 1861

TO THE I A DIKS" . i f on Keoiatfcy and FVerthprn Ttn uesMc 'I hif! tatiihrahed ut Bowlinif 3rccn. Kjr ., a Genewi lliiitnt fur thr;teptiu of the atek inj'Ji'i ot the I entral Inviaion (Con federate Futea Army) of Ky. In an enterprise which in intimately connect ed with the physical comfort, if rot also the life, of thu rohlicr, I fiel that, you are (scarcely lean ititcrted than tnywlf. I, therefore, bff to mule a fuw pramc! atis;. tions to yon, a to the manner in which jou mny acrvo those members of the army who are overtaken hy accident or disease. A yery efficient mole of ri)ileriiK Hist ance to the innuites, uf the hospital ia thro' ,the agency of Relief Amorinieont, such 'nnmbera of which are already in operation in the Confederate State. Can yom not organise such AsHociitiona wherever the do not exiat, and through thm forward whatever may he contributed ? Where, for any reanon, auoh Focwtks can not he spee dily put in operation, individuals fhonld forward their donations direc...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 November 1861

- .. m-simmmmm .. . iiii'iii in ii.... - '' . i '....i ii in mm " ti CLAllKSVILLE, TEHN.v FRIDAY, 'NOVEMBER 15, 18CL NUMBER 50. VOLUME 12. I" (Stotsrilfc " Chronicle." Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheet ever Triday morning, by NEBLETT & GRANT, Publishes and Proprietor. TRifS: $J 'A' AMiVM IN ADVANCE TERMS OF ADVERTISING. fOft OH gQCAn Or TWILVI LINKS OU LESS. Vne Insertion Two Insertions Three Insertions ne month $1 1 2 2 Two months Three months Six months Twelve months (4 50 , 9 to 15 00 WHOLKBALt AND UrfAII. PEAtERS IS Confcctionarirs, Cigar, Ac.. Ac, CLARASVlLI.i:, TENN. ALL. orders from distance (accompanied with 'the (WiiH) will bo, met punctually and upon very eastf5tble terms. Nov 27, 'Bo-ly DR. J. M. PIRTLE. CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE- OFFICE and residence, corner Main and Fourth Streets, opposite Cumberland Presbyterian Church. February 1, 1861-ly. B. A. ROGERS, OfflLco on Franklin Street, Clorksvillc, Tennessee. TV1U attend promptly to tuo collection bf ull t'sims en...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 November 1861

(lnrfe.5iiUc Chronicle,- R. W. THOMAS, Editor. J. A. GRANT, Friday, November 15th, 18G1. pr A glance nt tlie map of thin Slate, keeping in view, at the same time, the va rious) rnilronc connection, wil! satisfy any one that Knoxvillo nn Clnrksvilie arc the keys the ono of the Smith, nu,J the other of the Soulli-west. The enemy known tbis as well as we do, and hence the effort he is uiukiti;; to teach the one through Cumberland flap, nitrl the other by means of the CumherlanJ river. In view of flicso undeniable facts, it is a luaticr of vital im portance that every possible precaution bhnll bo taken to mnko these points secure Against the most vigorous caovt.t . of the Yankees to possess them. As before re marked, Khosville 13 the key to the South, and every indication leads to the conclusion that the movements of the enemy iu Eas tern. Kentucky and on the coast of South Carolina have for their ultimate object a union nt the latter point which in to be made the base of winter operati...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 November 1861

5 gtni'.s. CHARLES M. UITER, Local EtKlor. NEULETT GBAXT,'7VoprWr.-' Friday, November 15tl.,JB6i. TSui-script'iong mart lr.Variubly be paid for In V$uAtrertimr.t, to tiutfr inter lion, mii'tbe handed in Yt'tilnetdiiy morning, , . ' . i Tim Battliat CoLi'Mats This battle, though i. t.,i n vw-tnrv to o". was one that cost up ye-j dearly. Ve would be of tho . ry 1. st to tritlcise, unf.iToreMy.il" 'conduct uf our U nernls, because we know how apt people, ignorant or mili tary dnentli'.n, are to err In their j udgenicnt of military operations; yet, in this case, we think it 1 patent to the must uu-mililury understanding hat, 'either our C-cncruls were guilty of wofu! blundering, lu that affair, or cUc they were the most liuibitunate men in the Vorld, in tbo mces sities and disabilities that surrounded thcin. The Sletnils of the battle will enable every one to ppre 'ciate our proposition. . We bopthut tbe official, 'account may be able to show that the loss of so many gallant men, as fel...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 15 November 1861

Wilt Thou Lot Me vli-n I'm OJd I TVi!t thou lore hip wlim I'm old, dcarrsf, And lime around ha'.l flinf, The cares of lif uf on our path From off his lonil'te wir.g ? When love a w-rt rlrontu of youthful Mil's firings bul a source of ai'i Whin hopes are ea;t(:i..d one by tip, A -id lile is on tlic r.nc ; Will Ihcuhiv nir vri-n I'm old, drnrc:d, Willi an mi' li:ii'j!iiig love, Symliollc of allectiun. wild h ll.e (inpclK left nt'ive7 Will memory unite our early joys To o'er our m usts leal, And raise Ith'm thy heart to-? W hie h but the wIU ftel ? Wilt thou love mf when I'm old, dearer, And stricken down in years ? Will thy kind hand In safety guide Me through Uils vale nf bars 7 And when the bund of lime dealest, Is press' d upon my brow, Canst thou then say, in Irmlifttlnchs, "My love is stronger now?'1 Marl then write thy faithful love I'pon the future a page ? When benul y shall lie buried deep Within the lap of age ? When 'neiith the tempest and the storm, All things prow stem an...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 November 1861

p CLARKSVILLE, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22 1801..' NUMBER 51. VOLUME. 12: i - r 'Printed Weekly, on a double-medium sheet Ver friday morning, by " " ' ; - ?"; NEBLETT & GRAjtfr, ; PuHithtn and Proptivtort. PER AHtiUM tN -ADVANCE TEUM3 OF ADVEUTISINO, Ml OXI SO.OAR l TWKLVS UKM OB ttSS. Vine Insertion' Two Insertions fhree Insertion! be month" '" f Vb months $4 SO 6 00 9 00 15 00 1 4 '4 ThreVs month) Hix months Twelve months &&.J4gonfy Co. : i'" WBOLBBAtl AMD RKTAIL DSALItM IX Confcctlonitries, Ctfrar, Ac Ac, . . CLARASV1LLE, TENX. ALL orders from a distance (accompanied with 'the 0An) will be met punctually tud upon very ,rtinnajft)le terms. , . Mot 27 'S8-ly ' I)R. J. M. P1IITL11 CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE- , OFFICE and residence, corner Main and Fourth 'Street, opposite Cumlwrland Presbyterian Church. . February 1,1801 ly. bTaTroctErs, . ' Altinmj a1fc .Law, Office on Tranklin Street, . '.' Clarksville, Tenucssce. . Will attend promptly to the collection of all 'aiaims entrusted t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 November 1861

R. W. THOMAS, ' Editor. dx! fi 3C S VI LLE. Friday i November 22d, 18G1. ' IcOu The .dirpalches fpia Metnjihia re present the people of lower Missouri to be in a etate fjf alarm and gome oftheni as moving across into Kentucky to escape from the eriomy. ' Informntioit fronrthat quarter is not full enough to enable us to firm an estimate of the extent of tlte dan ger, but it is sufficient to get up a feverish excitempnt, nnd to stimulate, enquiries as IQT" Gen, Grant, the Hessian comman der at Cairo, in his official report of ho battle of Belmont, near Columbus, with all the cool assurance of a practiced liar, says he met the enemy and drove them, step by step, across the river, burnt all their tents, and started back with all their artillery, four pieces of which they had to leave behind for want of transportation and that the rebels recrosscd the river and to how the apprehended danger may be t-F Thurlow W et;d fays that Liicoln lavortcd. The movements and strength of j followed in ...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 November 1861

eklnimed eff, as ll forms, end thrown on the tap of the ret, ta lo tb Saltpetre that taey be dissolved from It. - ' 4 - The bottom of the pot or boilet, aflef a time will become foul from the lime aud earthy tail deposited on It, ' whtoh'im be prevented, If ihoegbt necesesr) , to a considerable degree, by sinking In the kettle small pet with a wide "month. Tbe sediments win collect to tine pot ed end thrown in with the grodgh Fallpelre. The method of evaporating the mother liquor, and crystallising Ite ialtpetrei is Bntirfly an alogous to that already explained in making Saltpetre. - It may be. observed thdt aBoul a gallon of liquor short' d be taken out each day from the waste cwek and put into the evaporaiing kettles, whilst the lame amount of fresh water should be and can to removed from time time, because the pouredinto the cask, in or ler to prevent the wa liquor remains comparatively etill Within it and allows the lain to settle, whilst ttie agitation of the boiling prevents t...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarksville chronicle. — 22 November 1861

I' LJ.UU. L......L T.T ti1y rV.!bafkre nft wrae- rr - v 'Slow sink the" sun In ml ' "'" Whit purple rWK II tinged with geld, .7. Ids thick along the we!. : I ,i -; Th merry warblers cearc thfir song,, , -j And seek their leafy .beds, ,f V bile gray hight'siianlling entrain falls, . liid sol't Urn tw ilight spreads. ' The ilcnt dew stcaTs oVr the me nd, And gem the keeping flowers; While hushed in rtillnrm not a leaf Mores oo the rosy hcWers. The moon unveil her fovidy Tube, , An I pours ft mellow liht Over the earth, and glistening stars Lutud the mult of night. . . . Croat God I we praise the for thi dy Of (find and welcome rct A respite from onr weekly toils, From cares and woe opprest. 1 J'h. let us at the parties hour i Of this, Tby hallowvd dny, , . Render the grateful tribute due, And heart felt hotnego pay. let in -with nil creation join. To sing and frnie Thy name, And may Thy spirit still our hearts To calm and peneefnl frame. May this blest day our hearts rcrire, And cheer...

Publication Title: Clarksville Chronicle
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