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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 16 February 1860

Local Intelligence. MASONIC and I. O. O. F. CALENDAR. f , OIlfMi OtitpKr, No. IT, Rnyal "nyel. svsslngsr jtreh Mesons, iimu eeerr. FrlSar eveNii at Slier lee run eaoen. . EUGENE NAGLE M. E. H. P. D. O. NEISWANGER, Secretary. t Accented Ma , baton! fooi. Ws. 1, Fres end Accepted Ma ,'sese, ( eery,We4,edj evening ea at prece- D. O. NEISWANGER, Secretary. W S KENNON, W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. ttfnft IMfS, . too, I. O. O. P., ssseta seer Moiidir arenlm, WM. J. CRYMBLE, N. G. T. J. MAJORS, Secretary. New Advertisements. Wa iffy oifit'ieter to ths advertise- i mili'li to-day's piper of - . ",Ta "Creditors liiltaa . fiurrj V', ' ?!.J''m r" Miller j ' ' Carson OH I, H. Patterson; r i Para lor Hal Franeia Bop;gs JlWgs Ssle Jos. Johnston. , 1 ; ..-, . IllraM D. Diawa 'h propilnent citizen of Wheeling end formerly t resident of thli town, t hit . ' TwaitUao In that ait,' on Jssl Saturday after short Illness. ' llr.! Brown hss been book fcewesvof the North Western Bink for near ears, e...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 16 February 1860

Select Poetry. Epitaph on a Candle. A rero je lir buried here, Who died in utcung; tip never roee in rank I fear, Though he born tu bniri. U ; wu pat. bul I lien, indeed, Grew thin any grieverj lie died, the doctor ill (greed, Oft most itiMig rev r. If e'er you teid, 1 Go out, I priy," He mueh il Mature ihowed; On eueh occaaione he would My, -Vy, II I do, I'm ilowedI" Io thie his friend do ill agree, Although you think I'm joking, When soma out, 'tie laid, that he W.ae very load of imokiio. Since til religion be despised, Let theae few word lufRce: before he ever wm baptited, They nrrKD himnnce or twice. Beyond. Beyond the smiling and the weeping, I (hall be aonn; Beyond the waking and the deeping, Beyond the (owing and the reaping, I ahall be ioon; Love, red, and home, Sweet home! Loid, tarry nut, but come. Beyond the blooming and the fading, I ahall be aoon; Btyond theablnlng and the (hading, Beyond the hoping and the dreading, I ahall be aoon; Love, reat, and home, Sweet home! Lo...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 23 February 1860

. J j J-'' iJs.tjaaa.vau J. .emj.S4jaB .Jul, .ij.j.jii mi'i i aaa ails n i ii.i..j.lu L-JLli VOLUMfc 4. "INTELLIGENCE, THE BULWARK Or EEPURLICANISM.". Ii ELMO. NT CO., OHIO, THUKSDA V FKDHUAUV 23. 1860. is rnunu ' b EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, , 3D. THOBUEN; OSce Maeohlc Hall Balldine-, few Woore Ent ol the Court lioaae, bXi, OLAIH8V1LLE! OHIO. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION- tlRMS.- BmviJi SvBecaiosn, per annum, in advance. 1,50 Surat-s Bceecais.a, per annum, il nul paid in advene, t,00 Ci.ue or Fivi, nd upwards. (Inva riably in advance) etch 1.25 teamm or jturi.iiiaitfa. e eeaare, ua lintt nonpareil, er leva, Hire II 00 Baca .udiU'oi.il IrleSrtlor., tweertlone, S3 Mi 4 Ul e wi 4 Ml be le mi 00 t no is on 00 III on S i 00 I. 1 do II. 1 on 40 00 a ae iqaaie, three aienilie, IX twelve " we three " an " . " twelve "... i . tae rearia er a toiesriki thrtj. dientlie, .. .. . nt ' " twelve " ae keif ef a eotamn, time " it " i - " twelve " ae column, three nionttie. ail " twelve " 11-7 W ere determine...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 23 February 1860

CJjc ghlm nt (Lronirl: U. I ll .lli.N, L.'.,... ,,)ul ri..,i l lui. sr. oI.vnifcjvj.x.L,s. TUUIM)AV,Tmiiii.:.Mn2:. 1SG0 REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION Deirgme Conv- t.tinii, lor t .0 t.tn-p if ihiliiig four Sii..tuil Dclrg ,! lo 111 .Natl, tlul R-'pu'liil tall ( 'uMVIIti.-il II I h cago, asieiuelt iii (hp my ol "CaLVsjaus, on Tliiirsdu), M.rch I t, ISGO, l elaven uM n k, a. m. The ratio uf reprvsrnta inn will lo r.no Tssiegits lor each 4 Ml voc fof Gi'Vinioi Dsnnison in Isii, mi I mie delo j.nj i.,r c a. h fraution uvvt half -liu ntimbir. (vVe tai't lh lull n,ipurtiunrieni. !el. eaanl e. Hiy it ent'liud to aix il l gait's. Kick oiurrtiionul Di-t'Lt till ! t tr delegatci to n;ten I iim Ch rajo ;uii lion. Tin coiitny c mmitu-is w' ilio -svtral districts Hid ht'unco rorrusponJ, sad agree upun a limti uud lam r,r the Diairiat Convention to aclcct such drl.'U it i r agree thai '.lie dcleputes from the I) s tricl lo the Columbus Convention ah ill re 'let them, they deem most ep.-d cut Tba li...

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 February 1860

Local Intelligence. MASONIC and I. O. O. F. CALENDAR ' Clalrasrils CbsMsr, Nn. tT, a Royal Wis Cbalilar, Nn. 7,'i total , mania s,p Frlriay sv.iitni ha lull tntma. ar That mimn sia.uiia, m a ar altar iha EUGENE NAGLE M. E. H. P. D. O. NEISWANGER, Secretary. , Ralnsnl l.ixlsa, No. is, Proa and AecaruiSiM isna.ijr ( tilueadajr avaialHg au ar praca allagUia (all aiuoa. W S KENNON, W. M. W S KENNON, W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. a, MrMIS Lortss, Na. 100, I. o. O. P.,. ass atoaaav svnmns. S. KLINE, N. G. S. KLINE, N. G. L. POND, Secretary. New Advertisements. W refer our readers to the advertise fetaiU In to-day's paper of Bheriff Sslo P Locharjr. Sale or Keel Estate W. Tldball. Legal Notice Robt. Hall. Books to Ordrr I. H. Patterson. Aulgnee'a Bale Joi. Johnston. Iwiii Statutes, Reviaed Treatise, and Manual for Admin letratore, Executors tie., can be had at the Chiomicle Book Store. Alio, a Guide fur Guardian. Literary Exhibition. The Lady Washington and Ciceronian Bocietiee, of De...

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 February 1860

Right, m tool th jiil, Y'i haven'l lull Ih spirit I lisd styour .-tire. I ould lic eornad III H il should hiv burn said "I "if tilt: I 'Wail, il' fur liny mull. Bin if yuu i"'it him I' Well. II lie lovfil you, he should have taken inure car t li n 10 leve y.iu nil audi Q lixuliu ;ari h tor iiid.iieiu!ene' Ilia. lie Hi uiiil ii ri'il l go. and ne uum o e w Had lirh iiin; uotin r,' it.d; od eh wound Kvr -rim ro'iii'l Iht mu lier. and looked :ino rn-r I.e.- wi-h eyr. lualruus Il I bappy tear. .from Hint lad.. ' torn and manner, donpil,' her li,rah nnl, she n that the iippuiili n was willidievtn, aad that E-erelt's peiili'it was granted. They were mimed. It it ye.ir ago. now, emce their winlinp;-uella run out Iruni the Church-tower o Hiixleond, blending nh the eei spring-air and sunshine of a joy ous Miy-duy. Tne fir. I Ie fun of iheir rried lile were uncut in Canada. Then May returned to Unjland. and live'ett Oray piit ll.e climax to the astonishment of all bf purcliaeiiiit back great ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 1 March 1860

r1:-. i . , , i i ,-, , t ,..'.'..'. v i ' tafe.i-l I il. I., "i I . .1 J l.njji J! i.i.i I . 1 -L I -.1! IJl -I .... . .' J .'JW.'.J i !." 1 J 1111 i i ' l VOLUME 4. . In. il . r v J -it- 'U 1.1.1 S'l CLAIKSVILLi:. BELMONT CO.. ( iNTELL&EiTCE, TIE EtTOAEE Ui" IPUBLiCAHISH." O, TIIUUSDAY, MAHCII I. 18G0. NU.MIJKIJ..10. :jje clmont dtlrmxicle II MSI4SHSB . if: EVERY TIIU11SDAY MORNING, fill 1,. . . ': )'.! r T ' ,; ' 3D. XIiOBXTI3iT. Vl!V " ' " I v.., Qs.ce Masonic Hall llnildlna:, few . I , Doors East ol Ibe Court Uoase, ' WX. CLAIHBVILLE, Oil CO. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : "1RM8.- Smat.t SunscRintit, per annum, in ... ( sdvance, )l,5n '" Bisuli fluBscs.ii".", per annum, il - '1 - not paid in advance, . . 3,00 ., ,, . , , Cuts of Fivei, and upwards, linva-., , 1 ' tialily in advance) each .1,87 . I , ,! TKHMt Of AUVKRTISIJifd, OussSuar'a. ten line nonpareu, or lose, three ' ' I Insertions, Sjl 00 Jtach additional Insertion, f BS vue square, three months. , . , , . 50 all " A ' ,. ....

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 1 March 1860

Ebcgte.it (Ljjvcnictc i). TIIOitl'ttN. I d i (or mid t'rvrielor. 81. C AliFIS VI Te I TliriiBUAY. AIahih 1, 18G0. (ttTTiit H.eain Shlj Hungarian win wrecked off th rnsat of Nuvt Scntl. The P"rtl r ill oat.. The ship i fvctwrk. i icr- A3Excilcmenl atill runa high it Lynn, Kim., among the ttrtling eboemaker. Thar e m to be no Immediate prospect ( aetiling the difficulty. 03GuT.2HuUtun,Viyt report, bee threat. ned to ln..le Mexico, If tho National Government d e not take immediate step to lupprcee the border disturbance. The Peru dffieulty, relative to the seizure f American vessels engaged in Guana trade, is In fair way to be adjusted. Tint government having muds all duo reparation- State Fair No. 2. The Zanesville people and also aomo 'I'air People' in neighboring counties, are talk ing of holding an independent Stat Fair I Zanesville on the 'grounds fitted up for us Isat fall. JCrThe Republicans jof Indiana, held their Stat Convention at Indianapolis on th Sid, and nominated Henry S...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 1 March 1860

Local Intelligence. MASONIC and I. O. O. F. CALENDAR. l. ClarraTllle ChenMtr, No. 17, Intel',, a Aran Mwm, kHa tmy Ftlltay eveiniia JtZ ! alter Ilia hill thonn. -yr EUGENE NAGLE M. E. H. P. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. talMK l. I. It, rn ari Aecsiit4 Ma mm. managers M eaneadey evenlnt on or prece w.wg mw ran Mwa. W S KENNON, W. W S KENNON, W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER. Secretary. (tyetle tit(, He: lib, I. J. o. P.,. NU an ery Moilif svenine. S. LINE, N. G. L POND. Secretary. Hew AtWeMlerMeate. We refer our ruder! to thl aiivertiae au Id to-day's piper of Stork Bile Committee; Legal Nutlcf D. S. Adtmi; Dlsoljiten I. R. Clint at Co. Amelin T. Drummond Only daughter ol Rev. J. Drummond well known to many of our resders, died it her father's reildenee In BtorgaHtown, ta., on the 11th Inat. She died In the triufhphs of religion. The Penitentiary. A report la afloat that the Commissioners appointed to Investigate the claims of dif ferent lofalltlei for this Inititution, have agreed to recommend...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 1 March 1860

Ransom of a White Female Slave! No Olir'ati.m ci'iintry mffar.li iirfaetit auch Mrnnit" aceus aa iiii'H Oh irnnapir d in Rev llrnry Wrnl Mcer-lim's Church ftr.iuklyti, Ir.ir tiuxliy, tint cnrmol he pur lleled in Chri.ten Join. A litlli- white fc mala alavi" v ox' iui cd Initn W.iali Inulut: City, tho C ap ll i.f our bntrtl frre Reptili lie, brought to tMrm.itli Cliurf.li fu be fun eomcd to save h'.T frjui ditnro i'i')(r()ntioii won than d-a'li under th lull ami in the a hnrom of Snith -rn master. The cir ctinistance worn inurhlt interest, and ure thm giri'n in the N .TIine: A (food looking iinil Intel. iy-nt little pirl named Pink, about nine ycare of , hnvin; in her seine onlr iintveiglprritli pnrl ol Af rican ktnoi, (aUlii'llh that Hit more thar enough to mi.ku her a sluve,) wna brongnt from Whinfnn City '.o Hrunktyn on Nat' urday last, with a tie In the uu cnaee her freedom, tier father la at present one of the leading physician! In Wanning' ten. The imi'her was rol I low yours a...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 March 1860

IT E 'V ' 7 ,; " ; 'i.i,, . ".in LJ -ii ; ' . . . . I ..slH.V'ti't i.l;M: . Vl li - t.r! Ill ... n ii r -arm n -.m i .asjisee a raaaaTiisjsvaajaaajisaa lUl4. . iVOLOTE 47 ''Jfjriiii ,;r, ; 8T. CLAWiWlLLE,' ELMONT , CO.,' OHIO,; l tiUKbUAy 3IA.KCII 8- I860. V. : 1 ri f " M V ," .ii, ,!! ,' . -...! ,,..' , 1SYERY THURSDAY MORNING, D. THOBURN. Office swoiilc Hall Iluildina, a few Doort East ol the Court House, . ST." OLAIBSYILLE, OHIO. (TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: rjRMS. Si nun Susscribis, per annum, In advance. l,So SDioli Stmscimir a, per annum, ll " i "' not paid in sdvencs tt,00 . ,; , . Cuiaur fc'ivavand upwards, ilnva- , riubly in advance) each 1.25 v TEBM 0 AUVIiUTlSlNGl ., As eeacre, tea lines nouiicrrll.cr len, three J hsecnloiie, . ,0 I 0)1 vacs aediltonai inaeruon. 3 Ose eqeere, three months, I to 4 Ul 6 IW 4 Wl 7 IW 10 IK' u mi cm U on U 00 ia oo e on (.1 IHI lu on 40 00 " - twelve li Tw : three " ..,.. HI " ! ' twelve " fJaelMrtkalaeoluma, three moutlis, . an ' twelve ae helf f...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 March 1860

'. t i 6Tbc jJfliiiont (LjjV&ltclc l. TIKMtlHM, :4iYtir Mid I'rot-rlelor. T.iJiUDYr. M.vro.1 87 1 800. Change of Time. iblican N siional Committee have changed thi time of holding th National Convention, from the IJih of Juno to the 18th of May, lliu giving Dearly a month longer of campaign. We are well pleased wilS the change, an J hart no doubl b.it it will meet with the approbation of the party throughout the nation. vTLleutenunt Gov. Newman, who fig ured conspicuously at the head of tbe Ten. neceee Legislature in their, recent visit to thia State, Ilea been charged w th forging land warrant!. He hue rcaigncd hie office and ((ot e to Washington, to investigate the matter. The Hungarian. Theeceiunt a published of the wreck of thia III fated s earner, provea to be about all that w It ev.-r be kn iwn. Not one la left to ti-l the ta'. The crew numbered 74. T ii !Ut ol pi.-njn will not be known until thrt wurJ goe Biglond and bosk B i'. three hud.va hove b"cn picked Up aa yet- JJy...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 March 1860

Local Intelligence. New Advertisements. W refer our readers lo the advertise MiU Id to-day'e piper of Spring Stock J & Q. Mendel; Claaeical Institute Milton Welles Blatee Towa Clock j. ; . ' HoraceJoseph Kaufmans OHCIolh Towa Clock; Potash Towa . Clock.) Fruit Trees 1L B. Balehaaioi Co. The Ordnance of Baptism. 'Wad admihlstered to oioe adult pereone, lo the Methodist E. Church of thle place on last Sabbath, and five were takeo into full membership. '. The last Quarterly Meeting, Of the Methodist E. Church, for the preeeot year, at Bt. Clalrsville, will com' me nee on next Silirdsy at two o'clock Preaching by the Rev. J. Baker, Presiding Elder. ,i Educational. We eall attention of our readera to the Advertisement of Prof. Milton Welle, of the WooaafieM Claeeleat loetitute. We are assured by good authority, that Mr. We II a ie one of thoae kind of men, and his school one of lhoM.kind oftachoola will be worthy of publio favor and patronage, Sudden Death. I James Clementa was found...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 March 1860

[From the Pittsburgh Christian [...]] LETTER & FROM INDIA. [...]—The Luke—The Town-[...] [...] home among the clouds [...] Cheener and the Snowy Range [...] Cheener and the Snowy Range [...] Prayer on the Mountain Top. ' A popular writer, mure famous for ke"ii wit than oini'l theology, siya that t lie tcOi-I of every tillage seem tu lli'iik thai one ul the pi.lt of (lie ei nil slii ki iiui tnrotign ttioir town. I his remark ni.v, perhaps, neid some qua illiatiun, but at the an me time it must be admitted that ni'h wholesale eartasin is juilly uunted by nine classes of community , (nil by none mure richly than the legion of local newspaper correspondents, wuo serin to think that their espaciul ui'-ion on earth la to prjvrs that the ti.wn to which tliey belong ia tire nvt favored p.it on t'te globe; that rivi r,-, Railroad., rsrnls, elitiinte. and all kinda ul natural an I acquired silvautsges, have tin spired together lu in .k it the drat city in the world, and in a!l important r...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 March 1860

Ul mi . "'. " "INTELLIGENCE, THE BULWARK U? BEPUBUCAHISU." "VOLUME 4. ST. CLA I KS VI lLK. HELMONT CO, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAHCH 15. i860. fcfJAlBEIfl2. saw Seward's Great Speech IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT. History slavery asa Political Issue. THE ORIGIN AND AIM OF MODERN PARTIES. SPEECH OF SPEECH OF HON. WM. H. SEWARD, SPEECH OF HON. WM. H. SEWARD, IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES. (.' I Qtt'j- '' ' ' 1 ' ' '' '. In the United State Senate, on Wrdne Vlaf, i, Jr,r, Seward, ,halog presented the Thesbofia ef the LegiaUrar af Ktoiae, jirsirlg for' admlasWn fnto the Union, apoke follow: " Mr. Preidnt . the admission o( Kanaaa int ih' Union; without further delay, aeem ttf'na equally neee'aaary.'Jiut end wla.- In ' recorded debates I have already anticipated the rgumerrta for thl conclusion, "' th coming forward ' among the political astrologers, it ahall be an error of judgment, fend hot ef disposition, If my Interpret Ion of the fevefisri dream which are disturbing the country shall tend ta ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 March 1860

loe it gaining daily new recruits' from the li.hV.X lulu office ol y.mng men, grown and growing ap. .'Be not, then.dis Couraged. What you hive written will do greet deal of good end could you still trouble yourself (boot our welfare, 'no man U more able to help the laboring aide.' Yo see, Sir, that whether we go for or it.io.et Slavery, anywhere, we mutt follow Southern guide. You may change your ilott with- the windt or ihe currents; but w, whose nativity, reckoned under the North Star, has rendered us somewhat superstitious, must be excused for eonatancy hr following the guidance of thoae whn framed the national ship and ge us the than for its noble t oyage. - A profound respect and friendly rejsrd for the Vioe President of the Utrlted States has Induced me to weigh carefully the ltsll. noony he haa given on the aubjeet of the hottility against the South Imputed to the Republican party, as derived from iht rela tione of the representatives of the two pur tie at this capital. He aa...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 March 1860

Local Intelligence. New Advertisements. We refer our reader to ihe advertise . menu In to-day's ftajler of Road Notice Pailtitlonersj . Admlaistratdr's Noilce-H. D. Romans; Select Brhobl 1). H. Williams; Building Lumber John Nelfun. " Hon T C Theaker Arrived In town to-dsv (Wednesday) juet fresh from Washington City. He loeke ei "thoti"h he had seen service. Justices Bigger and Thompson, Of inie Township, have resigned, which will require two vacancies to be filled tt the earning election. ' Justices Bigger and Thompson, A Good Candidate for Justice ' Is M. H. Urquhsrt of Pen Townthlp Give him a big eu port from all pirtiee, end we'll be security for the consequences. Justices Bigger and Thompson, A Good Candidate for Justice John Nelson , A,lrtlaa in t.i.J..I. ..... u. 1 . - - - w-w hivtii . ll a uun of the beet filled Lumber Yards n theeoun te aad ia a man with which the public will like to deal, tell end tee him the Bret time iron are In Bridgeport, Mr. Publicl That Man was Corne...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 March 1860

Singular Death of a Woman by the Use of Whisky. The wl'i' f Jul u M. Kimlh, Esq , 0 Coiiro d, J'. , t in Iti her uValh on ll und.-r .umcwhat lingu if circumataii- ee. Waning to have numb'r of tret'i a raxled. she desl'ed the .iirrvon to.Jiniu later to her whisky, In order to render h'T, inaenailile during tiie operation. Aitor i' portion, which overruled, a tif '' r and a hilf idmiiilatcrcd le ln-r d- 1n " henr. The teeth war then "'J for ten or twelre hourl the mvn Preen' t. ,yth.7dinr,-. appeared like a p. , h J.?terd7rink. .0.0 recovered. A,, ftte wlhmll palo or ortuauaM Boio Trl,(W werc breathing-.. f ' .ouraaofihed nd friend. who ' yr,hfBlon till 13 o'clerk It.at I k 4'" the doctor, who, feeling .rune " ' ytV consequence of tha symptoms of ,D Tmsnifesled, hid remained with her S16' P,rl ' nliig, re t,M)itit .nother phy.ician be cali-d for -yoe ol holding, eon.ull.tion. Noth , .o.er, could be done, .nd .he ex 'ithfu h.ln .hnum . .ion nf r. " 6 , ' T . 'olrij ronicionenee. or of ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 22 March 1860

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Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 22 March 1860

Cjc jftclmont Cjjrjomclc D. TtlORIJUN, Kditor fins) Proprietor. TnUliSDAY," MarchT227 18G0. . j3rTh N'arguan tresty recently nego tiated, Ins been defeated in the Senate. frCTPicooiomtni waa married l Dublin, to wealthy Italian' Prince, a Roman by kink, m4 telattnn ol one of the Cardinala. fcThe New York Enquirer learn from Some touree, that Spain hae consented to ell Cuba to the United Statee, and that the only difference la about the price. We sup poe that til all the difference at any time ( (C"Hugh Z. Bond hai been appointed by the Governor or Maryland, aa Judge of the Criminal Court for the unexpired term ol Judge Slump removed. Slump console himself that he haa not been charged wi'b ny criminal cflenco, but only with habitual inenkeiuuet. OA bill bee passed the Lower House of tbe Virginia Assembly Imposing tax ol one per cent, upon the gross aalea of all merchants In that State. This nefarious measure hae raised a breeze in Wheeling, tte sound whereof will be heard about the t...

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