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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 July 1855

B. R. COWEN, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. "HE 110 LOVES HOT HIS COUNTRY CAH tffBt lXOtWff ' TERMS $1,50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VOL. VII, NO. 42. ST. CLATRSVJLLf!? OHIO, THURSDAY. JULY 26, 1855. . WHOLE NO. 967 THE BELMONT CHRONICLE.! PUBLISHED F.VKRY THURSDAY MORNING. Office op North side of Mnin Street in the New Mnsonic Ilnll, n few doors linst of the Court House, nnd a lew doors West of the Norton House. TERMS OP SUBSCRirTIUN. If lil within three months, V ' If usid alter thattime, V.UO I Papers iliscontinueii only at the option of the eilitor, while arrearages arc due. TrH9 OSADVrRTISINO. Rach square, (II lines or less,) three week, tl.nn Evcrv additional hiserlton, Is Veariv advertisements one column, 840,00 (lall column, Quarter column, 15,IH) I'rolesBioual cards : per annum. JHr'AII letters addressed to the editor must he paid to j rsiKe sttention-JJI JTTNo paper dTscontinued until all arrearages are paid unless at the option of the editor .OI ; POETRY. For the Belmont Ch...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 July 1855

EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER CANADA. Halifax. July 1 9lh. The Cunard atcsm hip t.'aaada arrived this morning from Liv erpool, with dated to the 7th init. Nothing important irom th seat of war. Iron market active, pricea unchanged. Wejah har iron on board ihip qaotod at 1 lOs.Welsh raila 7 6. Scotch pig 74a 84. The weathe haa been ftvtrable. There haa been no new movements in the Crimea. Ample detaila of the recent repulse have been publithed. Money eaay though scarcely ao cheap aa before tbe publication of the Prencn loan. Lord Raglap waa buried on the 3d of July with great pomp. It waa remotest that General Pelissier ia to be auperceded. Tbe allien areatrengthening their advances against the Malakofl", and tbe works are pro gressing satisfactorily. A French battery of 30 guns haa been nearly completed In front of Careening Bay, to keep off the Russian men-of-war. Vienna papers say that Gortchakofl has sent for 30.000 additional troops. Gen. Liperandi haa been reinforced by...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 July 1855

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOOK & 408 WE ara ,11 i pan .1 io execute, m IN beet tiyle, end ip on short all klnili of Doolie, Cnrdt, Handbill, Pnmphlctt, Circtilnra, Tickets, 'otter, Check, I.iibnl., Progrnmmea, ltill-llentl., ithmi,-, LAWYER'S mm i Ac, Ac. In (hurt nil klndi ul FANCY JOB PRINTING Done in a tyle t.i givn Bntiafaction to the most fastidious, at the Bflvont Ciikumicix Office. All order promptly otteiiuVd to. ftTlrnnnenl ndvirtisuntcnta and job-work must be puid (or in advance. OJrAII communications nnd advertisements musi be handed in belore 10 o'clock on Wednesday, or be delayed another week. TO TEACHERS. lUfcgy i.vF.Ra, will meet in the school house in the lwsT West cikI.o. St. ClaiRsville, onSaturduy July 28 1855, at 10 o'clock A. M. . i mM .1 n i D D. T. COWEN, Clork. The CHRONICLE for the Campaign. Tin iv may be many persons who are desirious of receiving the OnnoN icle during the campaign. If any such, we here inform them that we will furnish ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 July 1855

AGRICULTURAL. He ilinl liv the plough w. uM thrive, Hiiusell mum rillier hold nr drive. Ruta Baga and Turnips. The Ilnta Bc or wediari Turnip Is a valuable article for feeding stock in winter. Tlie roota are ino'e nntritious and keep much better than common turnips. Ii thia clim'ite Hie seed itouttl be sown n bout the last week in June r the first week in July. The toil beat ndnpted for the crop ia aai dy loam, but a clayry loam will MM wer, if mellow and rich. A good droning of stable manure, plowed in belorc Bowing will be found bi'nefii'.iul on most landa. The teed is usually aown 111 drills or rowa about 7 ' feet apart, unA the phnta thinned to 10 Of 12 incites apart. One pound of accd ia aul'Gcient lor an acre, if aowed evenly. The seeds should be covered very lightly with a rake by hand, or wah a brush burrow. Aftor the planta are up ao aa to make the tows risible, work the groundjwith a amnll cultivator or harrow, and pull ur how out the weeds. Common Tt'RNirs may bo sown fnm...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 2 August 1855

TOE ilLMT (SMWOUL. B. R. COWEN, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. "HE WHO Iflflffi HOT m COUIITEY tl TERMS $1,50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VOL. VIT, NO. 4.3. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY. AUGUST 2, 18.0.0. WHOLE NO. 9G8 iBBBW ii - - THE CHRONICLE. PUBLISHED EVERY ffiUttfiAf M01.N.NO. Office on North aide of Main Street in the New Mnnonic Hnll, n few doors Knst of the Court Ilone, nnl n lew doors M'e-t of the Norton House. TK.HMJ OF I'BSCKIPThi.N. n Mlil within three mohtbVi flfv IT Mid niwr thatlimH, -."" Phxth h-i"iHimi'il only ftl tlirnptlnn ,t ihr eililor lulfi Bf rPArus urn ilur. t M it M I Of ADVMRTIBIKti Bteh iqturft, ( 1 1 linn or Iim) thru th, ft,"" F.vrry aMilional IWTtlOH( - i ariv ftdTflfUwtmwiti dm colamfii $ MW Hall column, MJgj Uuartrr column, w00 rrolcsfiounl cadl $3 pW annum. irfAM lelKTB ftddrMNd to the editor Olttlt I paid to r.iJiirp attention. ciK JTTr'No papi-r mscontinup'1 ant II all nrrearacc arr paid unit at the option of th? cilitor.tii POETRY. For the Chroni...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 2 August 1855

EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC. New York, July 25. The steamer Atlen tic arrived at her dock it 8. II, P. M. I In re ii a ministerial crisis in England owing to Lord John Russell's shuffling ex planations at the Vienna conference. Sebastopol was bombarded again on the I th without effect. Additional formidtble batteries are being erected by the Allies against Hslokaff and the Redan, and the Russians are erecting equally strong works at these defences. The Atlantic left Liverpool on the 14th at II A. M . and the same day met the Asia, on the 31st passed the IWrmnnn, and on the 22d, off Cape Rare, spoke the steamer America. See brings 159 passengers. A dispatch leceived the moment of the steamer's departure elate that Lord Jehn Russell had resigned. The steamer H'eshingtonVis at Southern ton on the 12th. The circumstencee which led to the resig uatien'of Lord John Russell, were disclosures made by him ol his course et Vienna, which disclosures led to a a debate in the House on...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 2 August 1855

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOOK & JOB TPB1WT!iSt3. WE are .teepared la execute, in the twit ttyle, and in on nt notice all kind! o( Honk., Cards, Handbill, Pamphlets, Circulnrs, Ticket, Toiters, Checks, Labels, Programmes, DilMIeads, lllanks, LAWYER'S DRIEF8, Ac, Ac. In short ill kinds of FANCY JOB PRINTING Done in i atyle to give sntiifnction to the most fastidious, it the Belmont Chronici.k Office. All ordor. promptly attoiidod to. rTranalent advertisements nnd job-work must be paid tor in idvance. (CrAll communications nnd advertisements must be handed in belore 10 o'clock on Wednesday, or be delayed another week. WProf. JuliuBCoesnr Hannibal says that "clean close ind civilizitlon am indigenuous tngetlder, and one comes wid de odder as natural as ijreen apples and de bellynke." A fact which we would advise the 'fgreal unwashed" to think about. KrJuilice" suggests still IVrther retrenchments in certain eipenditurcs by the Auditor. We hive every confidence in Ca...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 2 August 1855

AlttiUM F.N T ATI V I DEMONSTRATIVE CoscLtsnu Iu response to the i hnrirc of corruption against the learle of thp Democratic party lierc notorious in the case of Tinnnn, proved against ,1'atton, r'largnl upon Miller, shown in testimony against other, and known to exist to the ex tent of making the Treasury jf the county subsidiary to the cravings of their avarice, nd the designs')! their ambition in response to this, the editor o! the Enquirer pnrades a series of resolutions in (avorof retrenchment anil opposed to corruption and extravagance oflered by himself, "no longer ago than March last" a id "adopted by leoltlllttloa by the Democratic Convention of Hamilton County." Hertl an interesting example of unsophisticated innocence, delightful to the bent volt iit heart! Our coteuiporary usks his partv leaders to "reaotve themselves" into a Imdy of hnmst gentlemen and patriotic citir.ens. To oblige him, they do M iinsn; rnmisly by act Initiation enraptured, no doubt, by the cheapness o...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 9 August 1855

; TlnE IIELIMiiT jMg " B, R. COWEN, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR, "HE WHO LOVES NOT HIS (fpTBY CAN LOVE NOTHING." TERMS $1,50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VQL. VII, NO. 41. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY. AUGUST 9, 1855. WHOLE NO. 969 THE CHRONICLE. PUBLISHED EVKRY THURSDAY MORNING Office on North ftide of Main Street in ttie Now Masonic Hull, a few doors East of the Court lioute, nml n lew doors West of the Norton House. VKRMH OF iUBSCRIPTlON. I f vaM within Ihren months, I . K paid aapr tliattime, ii,iiO r PnHTrf lUncmitinnril only at the option of the editor, i while arrearages are due. TERMS OFADVKRTISI NO. I IT. r-1. I I llawa m Im I Ihm mm! ai mi I ii'u i tic, u iniroiM irrg,) till w v. ' i n , sj j ,ru i Every additional insertion, . Yearly advcrtiiiemciita one column, -W.tHI ) riaii ooltinn, ; CJyiarter column, I ".! i I i ifi - "i. -' cardp 'i nrr annum. It Mi letter addreKaed to tho editor mut he paid to j enure attention ci ' J fSo paper dfscontlnued until all arrearage! et...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 9 August 1855

EUROPEAN NEWS. EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. No. News from the Crimen. BREADSTUFFS DECLINED. Ha.ifiv, August l.The steamer Aii, with advices Itotn Liverpool to the 2 1 t lilt., smveil it the port laM night. The news he b ings from ih C-itnca is not of sp.eial im-lortmcc. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. ENGLAND. The Parliamentary but lnfllhll been unim portant, except the vote uii Roebuck's mo tion. It to reported that Sir Benjamin Rati will be appointed Corruii.ssiuner of Public Works, mid Sir John Shelby President o( the Bun d ot Hnbh. The MOM important event in Pwlnment during Ike week hna been the rejection uf the Motion mad'? by Rotoool lor censure of the Government, which MrtolOJ the Pulwor iton Ministry. The Motion was defeated by majority ol 100. The latest report frnm London mentions a rumor that Lore tohu Russell wni to be sue reded by Sir WUIIaM HototWOTth 81 Colonial Secretary . FROM THE CRIMEA. Befbri Seb-ittopol thero ii nothing ol im portance, except formidable propurntiot...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 9 August 1855

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOOK & JOS I PRJNTINQ. WE ats .irmlrtdv. rxprnw, in tie best siylc and 111 on iliurt riutico till him! i of lloolta, Cntrta, lliitidltill, rnmphi' t'-, Cireitlnrs, Tirkcl. I'ottt'r, i N. . I... I.iihnl.. i'i"-"i 1 BlIMIeftdt, hi 'Hi.', MWTIN BHIBI N, Ac., Ac. In aliort all kiii'Is of a FANCY JOB PRINTING Done in a style t.i give intlafaOtiM to iIih most fnstidlous, at the Belmont CBtotltoU Office. All crden promptly nttrnil 'd to. KT'l ranlDI tdvi rtiseniunts mid j ib-work inn it be pnid fill in udvanco. I9AII wmfflunicationa and tdttrtlsatnenti must be linniled in lielbra lOn'cluck on Wedmsdny, or bu j delayed another Week. L 1 KrNotti Ccii'sty.--a Irlend writing to ui from ' Krtoith. Noblo Co., on liusiii 5, enysi We are now in ih' midst ul' an abundant harvest, ! IJie wheat Crop in Nobis Co.. will hi- lilty pal Oi nt. . bitur tb.n laal y :n. On It Drill be about 75 per cent better than las.' ynr. Tiler u u toud proapaOl ul a larirc c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 9 August 1855

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. For an Excblient Indian Pud- Dtko Tike a pint and half of fwSSt milk: w: It on the fire; when it boil, stir in a pir.t of msil; then take it off, put in a tea-cupful of aour cream, with half tea-poonful of ods, (salerstus will do;) beat three efgs; when it ia cool enough not to cook the epgs, put them in; put in t handful o' ripe fruit, (eurrinta, cherries, plums, or something else;) then stir in flour enough fori thick bitter, and oake it rhree qi.arterl of an hour, either put in three tr.ble-spoonfu's of sugar, or eat with sweetened cream the former is preferable. Minute Pudmxq If you have tome atale bread on hand, yo'j con make a cheap, quick pudding br fore breakfast, thus -Put a pint of sweet milk in the frying-pan; cut the bread up in it. put in a tibie-spoon-f'll of sugar, and a ten-spoonful of allspice; t little nutmeg will help it, let it boil; as toon aa the bread is soli. st'r in an epg, and it n done. Try it, and if you don't find it excel lent, tell me...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 16 August 1855

mm LIU C.,1?. COra, EDITOR iv PROPRIETOR, 'HE vHO L0VE3 icOT IE3 COUHTKY CAI? LOTS ITGTHlUG." LTERItiS $1,50 A. YEAR, IN ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VOL. VII, NO. 45. ST. CLAIRSVlLLE, OHIO, THURSDAY. AUGUST 1G, 1855. tWIIOLE NO. 960 THE CHRONICLE. rurr.iPHFD r.vi-.iiY tiiuiipday mofnino Office on North nido of IHnin Ntrrct in tbn New M risen ic Ilnll, n lew don rat ICn-t of tint Court 1 1 ousr, mid a lew doom Wnt nf the Norton Home. . Term of Hi:nsi'nir tion. If r-nltl tvlttiin tlttfe months, ll.lo If paiil nlu-r tliallime, ini! Paprr. liifu-miiniiH'il only at the option of Ilia editor, Wllilo arrearage.? are tluft. x TKIIMR OFAtlVKftTISIN-fl. Pacli gquare, (1 1 tlnra or leas,) Uirin neck, Fvrry ailililimial in..ci lion. Yearly ailvert iaHoniil olio column, Mall Column, Uuftrlcr column, rrot'unFionnl card, .fa-pcr annum. rto.jHj, lj.iiii jr AH .'iicri.aiiilics.ml to the editor imiKtl.e paid to t'Nn naiicr liixconllniifl until all armara'rra aro I i pniil uuleaa at tlie option of tho editor....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 16 August 1855

EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC. NEW-YORK, August 8 Tti Billie arrived this mornfng at 6 nYlock with Liverpool dates to the 38th. The newt from the teat of war ia rut very important. It ia rumored that Gen. simpson and Omar Psscha 'have reigned. The French continues to approach Mala koB", but there have been neither aortiet not aaaulta. The poaitii nt occupied by the Alliea and Rueeiaoa in open field remain un changed. The British fleet in lh Spa of AxofT have destroyed ihe bridge of boats, without incur rinf any lors. The operations on the Billic have nit Veen important, the preparation for a cam paign the D'nube continue. Aasbi Bazouks at Constantinople, has mu tinied and committed great excesses. B formidable insurrection hna occured a mong the Arabs in Tripoli. The Russians remain near Kars, but have not Invested the city. The French loan hie all been tnken. The outbreaks in Spain have been mostly Inyed. The British ministry have made a narrow escape Irom defeut on ihe Turk...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 16 August 1855

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE THE BELMONT CHRONICLE LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. n vvw mil 1 I muit on hurliiulito.il k..i. f "j 11, mm ii Hook., cr.ts Ilnll,lll 1 imiphlrtd, Circt.lnr., Ti.kM,, loMrr, (:hrl, I..,, I rugrnmitirx, llill.,nu, lllnnki, I.AWVKII'S DIULIVS, Ac, Ac. In short nil kiuils of FAHCY JOB PEI1ITIHG Jlorif. in a ityla td Rive .iiiruciion to tl.n most Inslitlious, at tlio UtLxu.vr Ciiromcix Ulrica. All Orders promptly atlnnnVil to. CT-'l rim-Kjiit ndvnrtisaiicnta and job-work must bu puid (or in udvuncd. 1 A'l cnnininnirnli(insaii(l ndvcrllsrtnpnm mti'l lie liumlid 111 bciuro in o'clock on Wudiitedny. or bo Announcement. Mn. Editor: tv rv -v r.,-.ttTi'lcn8 ,nnnol"eo tliB nnmo of I). V, 1 . IAJVI' ns on Indpicndaiit candidate lor l'rostcutlng Attorney, and obliuo . , , . . MKN OF At.L riKTIEfl. August ICth, 1854. te. Andrew Patterson, lung a citiycn of this County, und well known as a mnn of unflincliing Integrity in business, died recently at the residence I 01 nison,v,api.jonn la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 16 August 1855

ti.os:u OUT I'KICIS! STONE & THOMAS (Idi'ii lice Hive SU re, 174 Main. Street Wheeling, Va. J,i : Un f I ll nt hi Our mil A Cool r-i'KV ?Vic r 300 ). V ijoI In? tames, WTLT. commence their annmi rummer f iin'T out rale thirl dny (July id o'uiitup th ante .' r i Mir nnien limn ve win rut h tint it will he to trl of ih:i f h.iff rt in five ll" lo.h conits ol rveiy variety ol arcs 5W yd. Prr;?-" . line Chain C- I a Pan -" Pp I. aim' ,v I nwn ! a l tti!. ' " -l) V'l. t-w i - v" ; rt.'i'fil S.i 3?J cu per yard mhp a low rl iii" fir l. " i i, uuitb "-) " wortll '-'.I " It 7 " "e ton M 't " I'. i fi-t Krf Hi -It value. in Il11:i S:.'CK ' I (ill'- r.in'.'ioi U i if - : ,i,n, fOi:i an low r1 C'S j 'r yil, o-l Pv r. ?' h A fe ll'iltl le of l!..i"e y 'V '::'. i'"-i ? ti s, 1 .i h "s iV ( otiarH, t- hi w ' .i: ', Mi.i . '1 i'i: t . ti I t . : t V ""!.! rmmilief Mii.wU, a ,iVt"-l i.nr nvu pt'.p, Vanti Inn Aci'lt- d'iMii U'.i) il, K.',' i.nii.'i .-I I . uy c.-fl ICt li.. Uci ttor)t n liditil....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 23 August 1855

"tithe 1ELMIT ffiLL I KEW BEH1E8' VOL. VII, NO. 10. ST. CLAIR8VTLLE, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23. 1855. rWttOLfi No. 081 . THE CHRONICLE. . Office on Nortli m.c of M:in Strrrt in Ike New Masonic Hall, n l.w doors Ktut of Hi; Cowl MonKOf nnd lew doom Went oftholvortoa i ( Mottle Tift Hi n vi fiscnir ftofl If ri WhlllH three inmitliP, . ' 1 1 i ant after that time, KjoO j Papen tfltcotiiitttiM only MttMOptton oflbt Mhtor, l vhtln nrretirai s ore ittts I T Kit I OTA RVRRTIMKO, ii nqunrc, 1 i iiima or ij uirw. WWH 5 1 J'very Additional ItltertlOlli 'J.i VfjAli) pilvfriiveinenlK ope Co1llBlft r'1 1 flnll column. 14,00 Mm rti-r mhiMMi, mjB$ I'roftmlowal 1 trai M pf r tin mini. I IT' -A" '"Hern ninres'nl id the n'.ltor iii'.it he pniil In I ffij re fttttltOflOI JTTNojIftpOf (iiscntuiiiiicil until !l a itch rag are JttUu unless at the ontloii ef the wftofQI . POETRY. THE VERGE OF JORDAN. tl ' I stand Upon tlm river i VStgO, . Its wave! break at my et P And can the roar of this dark surge It B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 23 August 1855

EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA. HALIFAX, August 15. The Cunard steamship America iroin Liv erpool with datra tu SuUiidiy (lie 4ih lMt arrived here ihis iftet im n n 14 J o'clock. The alearnship North Star, from New York for Havre, arrived out on the 3d. The latest news of the siege ol Scbaslopol Male that everything will be prepared for a general uc tion in the comae ol 10 davs. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Lnglatul 1 lie Hueen sent a message to Farlimenl asking fol uddilional provisions to prosecute the wr, which resulted in the Chancellor ol the Exchequer bills. Lord 1'ulincraton in rcplv to a qui.-tion Id I'lrliinent, touching the British enlistments in th U . IS. Kited hit in order 10 prevent nil possibility of difficulty with the American government, '.he British Gov. have stopped diluting men nt Halifax. French offer for a French loan to the ! monr.tof .1.600,000,000 of Irancs. Spain The rumors that Spain would som continj' nt fore: to the Crini" wi re eon aide ed doiit tful. ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 23 August 1855

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. book & job printing. I- W ' "" iWsparsd I" ' fin-. 111 li e bout Htylf, ami M II M sliuil MUM "II kladl of ", IIniitliiilN, Pamphlets, Cirolnri Ticket stars, Chocks, '.abets, Progratfimna, DIILUeatla, Mnnks, LAWYER'S Hill i;in, &-., &c. In short nil Kinds of FANCY JOB PRINTING Dons lnastlstj givo satisfaction lo lbs mot) rtiUdlotu, m uih Bl,obt Cikomcui Omni, aii urn n prommljf sttandsd 10. KrTrantisnt advurtitsmtnts and Job work mud In paid lor in idviflCt. fi''AII fiininnniiralintis iitmI nilvrTllPtnr,nls must lio IiiiimIi il in liclorc III o'clock on Wudnisday, or lo delayed another m i It. Announcement! Mr. Editor: Plrntri annnunra t he nntno ol p. D, T. COW EN aa an Independant candidal tot L rfOttCUtlng Attoiniy, and oblige MM or AM. parties. August IGth, 1851. if. w KTSao Accidknt. On Monday craning laai. n Tmrm Hoemuti ton of h w. Boots, eftMs ilaro met with a lamentable neridi nt. While ' showing ths notion ol n patent a...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 23 August 1855

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Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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