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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 July 1860

LOCAL ITEMS. General Lewis Cass. . 01 Michigan, tha present Secretary or Sutt?, at Waehln;ion, ml the McLurt Housa, In Wheeling, on leejWedneeday, 97th uit, lit wae on bil way borne. In De troit Idleblfen..,. The Treasure. Of the Belmont Coiinty A grlculturil So ciety it aos prepared to pay of In full ill premium! of 1859 now remalninf unpaid. AH thoat entitled to euch will call upon the Secretary for their Ordere. C. W. CARROL, Secretary. Richland Club. All those voteri 'of Richland townehip who are In faror of the election of Lincoln and Hamiln are requeued to In the Ceur( House on next 6pttirdy afternoon at iaViiocit, ',s .; -ty , We hope that many TOtBtpiay turn out end help perfect the organization of a Lin coln Club In thie Townehlp, Come in from tbe country. ,. .. ' ' ' The Charlesworth Convention. , "On Saturday -vvening lest the Demo ratlo-aid-aoeiety" wara ia eaeelon puui to the call of their Captain, In the office of the Independent Republican concocting, in aecret concla...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 July 1860

Progress Impossible—The Goal Reached at a Bound. Wa etll this the g of progress. It ll to. But In lomi department! of the science dis coveries hivt bean mide, and practical sy li tem introduced, wfclch leave nothing to be desired la Ike way of Improvement, and which? In fict, preclude progress by fflvlnff ue perfection nt the ouuet. F6 example, when Professor Holloway, lome twenty-five yeafa ago, to the world hie ineaitmable rem- ediaa, be aeemi to hare left nothing even or himeelf to achieve, In the treatment of tinman matadiee. The progreM of the de mand of hie Pilla and Ointment baa, Indoed, been nnparalelled in the history of medicine) but be baa found no reaion to alter a atngle inprediest or vary a proportion. We there fore elaaa the sovereign antidotca for exter nal nnd Internal diseases with which that dixtuingoshed medical medical jeformor has blessed the world, among the Inventions Which are perfect at their birth. . Our method of erring at a correct apprec iation of the 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. — 12 July 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. — 12 July 1860

B a' Sir w and Ilav Cut'er dip 9 II. t C.irn I Ik Cut'er dip t D- ('inn and Cob 31 II dip 4 KJ V m. Hl ;ln h.T power dip 4 dii I' and power dip S R. a V. I'l iab'o Root Cutler dip 9 H i I l ii i Mi i dip 8 Bui l.all rn n Axe Handles dip 1 Bet :.r'v 1 1 Fsrm laiplemente , m t & . ibledby one larmor dip 10 CCrE y tr ," I'' cent., on tlit tint prfii.'i'in mr wMcli the Srticle for exhiblfion p uv d- dsh first premium am'ts to i r i ver; it i.nder this sum no charge. COMMITTEE. Hj.li M. Mi len.Rchland Townehlpi Tn. mva p.ikrr, llarneeville, Ohio; An. Thai. , Bridgeport, Ohio. COMMITTEE. CLASS Q-LE THER GOODS. B ri n mpo- Farm Harness Dip & $3 Dml a o pie Carriage Harness do 6 Hi-ai Jl iii'a Saddle do 3 ti a 8 6- I'addle do Rut Br.uie do 1 Bev reeling Trunk do I',"-' li,nl .do do 1 ih-; i r gent's Winter Boon do 9 Fine do do 9 at t Ladice' Winter Shoee do 1 du bummer Bhoei do fir-ai pr children' Shoes or Boot! do I Fl ' jn.iir JJrogana do Hot aouitinent Shoes and Boot do 4 tst, io...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 July 1860

LOCAL ITEMS. MASONIC and L. O. F. CALENDAR ClalTevllle Chanter. N. T, Royal IT, flylt4 if evening ,., mini every rrioay aa EUGENE NAGLE M. B. H. P. D. G. NEISWANGER. Secretary. B.lment l.nrf.a, Wo. M, free , Accented Mi in. aa.l ..try H idne.rtiy .nlns on of oriel IlKI Hit mil moon. r W R W, M. D. G. NEISWANGER. Secretary. ftvetle I.odea. tfo. inn f . A ft S. KLINE, N. G. S. KLINE, N. G. C. POND, Secretary. People's Meeting. L. Danford and other speakers will ad dvras ths vnters of Loyd.vil a and vicinity, on the evening ol Saiurda), the lath Inat.. on thr politiril tapirs of the da. . New Subscribers. We have received 96 new Subterlt'era, ill wjthia the sounty and near'y all paid lot, tinea nor laet issue. We acknowledge tin receipt of 13 from the Martinsville Lincoln Club, Vindicator. Oregon all Right. The news from Or iron te moat cheering to the E-publicana. They have elected the Conareesmsn end defeated the Admin istra lion In the Leoislsture thua throwing both Joe Lane and "Be...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 July 1860

The Fowler Defalcation—The Sureties Likely to be Released. The Government urns to b 'Jn 4ir ffot rwmTering no frt of h Jilt If ol S 1 68,000, or lhpreboutv.',eonAfe4" If (o V. Follow, Ute 'Phmwistpf of fUw York, it 111 b ieen by a decision rendered h iudirs Botis. Id the UnitedSietfe Dia- trlet Court. It esnears that when Fowler was fint sppninted, he furnished an official bond In the aum of (150,000, aitc-t 'I by him self, with Oeoree Law, Guataviis. A. Con oer end Oliver Charlitk a euri-nr. On hi appointment It became necessary to nl" a new bond, which he did, In the aum ol .178,000. Thia bond bad four seBle affixed "i It, but wi signed only by Fowle', Law and Uonover. Jharlick' nowhere appearing in it. On hia dedication being bmuglit to I'fjlit, the Government tuok alt-pa to collect me amount of the bond from the auritios, who thereupon applied to tho Court for an iiij'inMion to atop euch proceedings, Inform nil the Court that they only (rave the bond to Fowler upon the express 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. — 19 July 1860

MS s rui HI VOLUME 4. BT. "INTELLIGENCE, THE BULWARK U? REPUBLICANISM." CLAiUSVi LgBELMONT LCO-, OHIO, THUK80A V, JULY 19. r-sr-r 18G0. NUMBKK 30. IB rUKMHRD . fcVEUY THURSDAY MOMiNG, BT r. THOBURN". . Office Masonic Hall BoUding, few Door. Et ol the Court Mouse, 1 1st, OLAlBSVILLE, OK tO. (TER3d8 OF SUBSCRIPTION: ERMS. Siksli BusscaiBta, per annum, in advance, '.'O tlinu tiuMcama, per annum, il ' not petd in advance, 8,00 Ctoa or Five, and upwarda, ilnve. riably in advance) each 1. , ii TERMS OF ADVERTISING 1 t. One cqaere, tea iljee oaierell,dr In I Inaertiona, Each eddiitoeel laeertloe. One eqeaie, three aaonthe. ' 'twain ' Two" ft tbree , M " I ' i.lV. ' , tnraa 1 00 , va 4 00 00 4 00 7 oe 10 wi 00 uo 19 OH V oo ID 00 (10 la (W 95 00 40 00 One fourth of a eoludui. tnree anonii, fi i , Dae half of aeon-ma. twelve " three Ii t " m twelve ' ne eoiama, three months. " all " " . twelve " . I vj-rBmiatM Cun, live llae of leia, 3,0U per ' ... . ' try-We are determined to Bake he 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. — 19 July 1860

The Slave Trade—An Original Letter from Patrick Henry. Letter from Patrick Henry. (From the Auburn Union, July 2.) We trt Indebted to Williim Howltnd, Esq., of Sherwood't Oorneri, Id th is county. for th privilege of peruejag tnd tranurib Iff. for publication thit veritable original l:ttr from PilricfHenry. It wtt tddreio- cd to John Alsnp, t venerable and worth member of the Society of rriendt, then re Ftidinf it Hudson. New York, whose ion ri ... ..k... iu .UJ M... . It. .-..... U m U....1....1 nf Ik I. . - county, lii whose iamlly it has ever tines keen .trefully preserved: HANOVER, Va, Jan. 13, 1773. Dear Sir: 1 tnke this opportunity to so knowledge the receipt of Anthony Benezet't V ok igatast Hie Sieve trade. I thank you for it. It is nut surprising that Christianity, oe thief excellence cunsisle in softening the human Itca-t, in cherishing end Impruv- -ing Its finer leelings, should encourage a practice so t itilly repugnant to the first im pression ot right and wrong. Whst a...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 July 1860

LOCAL ITEMS. MASONIC and L. O. F. CALENDAR f ti. Clairaville OhadiUr, Ma. 17, Hoy el ir, Ho. 17, Hoyl Arch Masons, meet, every r EUGENE NAGLE M. E. H. P. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. Batmen! Lode, No. I, fret tnt Act?"' Me 'sens, meets every Wedneeday evening on or preee- D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. W. S KENNON. W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. , Mystic Loile, No. IN. I. O. O. P totets Monday evenlns. S. N, G. L. POND, Secretary. The Richland Lincoln Club. ' ' Let It b remembered that the Lincoln Club, wil meet In St. Clalravllle on Satur day evening. It la Impottant that we have ' a good turn out in order to 'make arrange. menu to ittend the pole Railing tt Morris town on Aug. 11th. We especially urge the young men to be present on Batu day next net . nv The People's Campaigner. Thia la the name of campaign paper i taaued from thia town by I committee of Flllmora Whlgi, who are aniiuue that the Fillmore men of the county . should remain In one body and act together againat the D...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 July 1860

[From Forney's Press.] Fusion with Disunionists. Tha Democratic State Centrl Committee met estards a'ternoon it the Merchant' ihtel, In this ci'jr, snd the proceeding will a found in another part of our morning's .edition. Th AJiniiiiairatloti foreee were on the griiand In force, end succeeded In esrrjr. Ins ret iluiion in fssor of the Don gin end Breakenridge turret upon the nxie'.ing elec toral ticket. The reord ehuwa thiit the cummiuee OrA exclude the reporter then refused to allow ihetbsent country member of the com in i lee Intend substitutes, sttpr- permitting Philadelphia to thiow twenty two Vote lor lour Senatorial dittrictt. when hesrly all the Interior district threw but two for earh di.irlri then Toted down a reso lution decluriug D.iuglna and Johnson the regular Democratic cmliilaiee and finally r'oleJ that ihe electnrial ticket tliould bo supplied alike by the friend of Onuglat and Brrrkinriilgel Of Ihe hundred members ul the committee, aaoiit tix'y were present, and 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. — 26 July 1860

14 In K? !f- y II fit pH H V j ; "rciaasares. mm ? mmwm. - - - ' "..'"l ; IU)L?JUfU7 - AA .. U..V CLAIKSV1LLE, BELflONT CaT immm--- r-T- . - - - ii i J i r.ii . i I W&ty&mi Cfetimttic fiVERTTIttJtLSBit MOKKlNG, 3Dl tHOBURNT. . Ossca MaMBic Hall BaiUtag, a faw Paara East ol taa Corsrt House, pttaea; OX.AVXEUBVX.X'E.'O xx to. 'terms of subscription : ifc.t .... -,... ..,.! t . jw (CRMS. SimLl BoBsciiua. Mr aaaata. la advance, ' $1,50 0IKL SdBKBUUB, Ml annua), it - , E p ' . , . I ' , f Vlub ur Five, tad apwsrda, lint a fc . Hably ia adverse) aeb t ' - s .. I 1 TEBMSOr ADTEBTISINGI Diiinm, aa itaae aMparsll,r-'lte, lkfS I ' InoSMtona, ! SO on rMiia i niim tare aisntn,. f W MirC calaaa. tkrsa' 00 Mtaa-a.inTt n-ojihi. - - ' ' J 1 1 J - 'lO'feMiiiaH CuM,anlHiiiH, )3,a Mr Mr. r-VWa ta larBlai M TM OhnaicU. hiira laM'Mtlu M lb rtl ratdar II ! bIUliMl ,u4 l4 upaci'U In ntiWaajWC liUarb IK iHai (klluMr Balawat toal. ' r 1 0B .Sn'ruaiai wii, ailaccaaaaMa. uak E i ika. u aiaar aauat uua...

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 1860

Is Douglas a Catholic. [From the Chicago Press and Tribune, July 21.] W hivt never aeaerted thai Judge Doug Is ii ft i ho Hp. Wa do not Intend to make ihit assertion until w em prove it. K it'ln anitt of dor honest forbeertnet. the lir'k on the etieete nukes out prim fecit tare agtintl him. We do not care torepeet ell tket it aid, becauee much ie aiaerted (het wa aaBDot rubsuntiste The main ?.,rnfa, however, are these: that when Judge IT Outes m in Europe, and shortly alter he bud let i Rome, th-re came report to this country, through Ihe Catholic journals, that art eminent American statesman e member of (he Senate of the United States hsd submitted to the I'upe, received sbsolotiun, ai d, as our Pr acanl friends would say, the "right hand nl fellowship." This report pointed directly to Mr. Douglas, Inasmuch sl'iewa the only Senator known to be alMianl; but nlirr fljitting around In the trwepairrx, vitluut exciting much com h ert. it died out. The matrimonial alliance f. rn rd, a le...

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 1860

LOCAL ITEMS. MASONIC and L. O. F. CALENDAR r, No. IT, Reyal-t I Friday svenins jJSV t. ClartevIM Chapter, Are Mwqn, eiewie ejrary a ae ausr ine run aioee. are scarce EUGENE NAGLE M. E. H. P. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. ImMmim ,M. Ni.ll. free ant Accepted M sehe. ateeta every trYednaeday evening on nr Brace dine the rail ime W. S W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. Myotie. Lodge, No. tea. I.t). -aeox MU laT S. N, G. L. POND, Secretary. Roll on the Ball, I We Juts heard'' lx 1 nonvertai la tbia county frtm LViiroersey to Llncolnism with In the past week. The number ( Bell men re Innumerable. , Daily, (be skies grow brighter Hurrah for" Lincoln. ' - the soar the The Chicago Platform. . . We again publish the Chicago plstforn thai It ri7 be read e secund time, end then tressed round among the people.' We are certain that it will dispel much of the pre : judica. which ouw'exiaisv. against . Reeub li rare fast can to Good Boarding ' Can be obtained lit Antrom, Guejneey count) ,. Ohio' end...

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 1860

The Dualism of Labor! '. from (he hour th( the price of raw cot ton jumped op from fix to algleen' cente i pound, in tha yesr 1833, there trots ieo tiootl strife between the dual formeof labor, In the Territories of tbt United S'.stes, the voluntary ind the forced, or rither tha free and tha alive, that now promisee to be Anally eompoacd. Tha raider will run hit memory back to tha verlous event that have marked the career of thla internecine ttrlfe, until he comet do U to the Kansas struggle, and he III find It tlwtyi turned upon the point, which form of labor abould prevail in . the Territories ol tha Union! In other word., there" hat been tn "irrepressible conflict" Between Tree and slave labor in tho Terrl (Wiea.e dualirm of labor; which Mr. Cel. fl-un Instigated In his splendid Senstorial harangue, shortly after he fbond that be wns repudiated for the Presidency by Penn sylvania, notwithstanding he wsa the father of iba Protective System, so easential to the development Of her I...

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 1860

""IgjpjpK nr;:;; d) ; rjM '"Tr3 (r& Ul 175) (f 1 (f 1 . ' r ":7r; " .' 1 CL A I Ha V J LL E, li E LMO N T 1 CO.;' O II 10, ::T H U R8 iJ uij.uiua.iM.I INTELLIGENCE TH"BI?LAP; Or REPUBLICANISM." D A Y, AUGUST 2. .860. ! : ! T i " ' " " i - .1. h.t. r . . -fc. . M l'Ji StrrV V III .WA iUA IUi44.t fl U.kAW,Xr EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, I ' I J ' ' " I N 3D. TH6StJRN:. ' yfllci JtatohM Hall Be'ildine;, a law Itovra iVaat ol the Court Home, T. OLAIB8VtLLE,OK CO. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Buaacaiata, Mr annua, la advaue, ' 11,60 Diau rjuaecaiii, per annum, 11 tout paid in advance, J ,00 yi.ua or r ivi, ana upwarae, tinve y nably In advance) aacb 1,15 parnaaa tiaf ADVERTISING t 6m (Mar. ! ' iMpartR, tssa.lbraa laaarliewa, Cacti addiiioael latertlm, baa aaaaia, ikra waaiae, - . twalv TwaA .llwee . I to fl 4 UU ,. P . tw.lv. M i ' Oka toarta .1. toiunin, ihraa atomh,, . .. .. , , . T 0 IV UO ou CHI U (Ml V INI ) UU 9 UO It UU U UU i , F- i imam i Oha aliiirart c.latte.r tkraa an twalva Oat eo...

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 1860

- . Tli aurject of Slivcry, u related to the Church hu occupie t ber eerneel atten tion fur a hundred yeare, end hietory on Ible , qiiMliuo ahowe ihe 'difficulty end delicacy of the natter. Her testimony bae been uni form! ly agaiaat it aa a ystem; and yet ihe ka rolrtd tha lval relation wter. elr evwieianeee have justified toleration. In tha ua of half a eeoiury, aowie doubt bare risen aa M tha tree tatent and meaniog of 5 lie Uistiptiw to true subject, and to eat Ihie natter at Veal thia General Conference baa judged It proper to reconatruct the -venth chapter of the Diecipilne on the object of Slavery, so that it aball baa clear declaration of the principle of tha Church touching ihie matter; and to add in affect ionate admonition to all our "preacher and people to keep themselves pure from thia rent il, and to e k ila extirpation by all 1hwI. aod Ciinatian nieaue." Thue the tenerl ('unit reic haa exnred iti judg ment, by declaration of principle, and given lie godly advice aa tu...

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 1860

LOCAL ITEMS. MASONIC and I. O. O. F. CALENDAR. viaitevnie iiipui, Re. 17, ir- t D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. ' wekMSal Lan.ll.lt nn 'kiiJ Ha. W. S KENNON, W. S KENNON, W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. "Mystic Leg,, h. isu. t. o. o, ansis irm kiiiiit eaeh W. S KENNON, W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. S. KLINE, N. G. L. POND, Secretary. L. POND, Secretary. Gen. Jan. Weir ( WU1 address lb Lincoln . Clab it St. (CUjUvlUei on text Saturday evening. Tb Gaal wJll msk numW on speech. teeie ous an near hint. The Lincoln Men of Wheeling Tp., , Will rant Uniontown on Friday the lOth.at 6 aVIon,,. M., for Ih purpose of axgentalag a -Lintela Club. U. D. T. Covta will address the people on th poli tic of tb day. Let Conservatie Men read. We ahllsh to-ds.ea attract from Ih eeeeh of Brnator Benjamin which wa com ataad ta Ih caraful atuntioa of all thoaa sjrboee eoaatrvatUai will not allow them to tastn for Linrola. . Serious Accident. Aaina Roeeoeof tbte vicinity waa thrown froaj bia horse abou...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 2 August 1860

Address of the Douglas National Executive Committee. Mo.r.' Taylor, 6hio, end Ruet, o( Arkansas In behalf of in Dutijlas Natioasl Executive Committee, fc. V iaaued to the I),-m"eraey ol lh United n audrase of eiplatiation nd counsel. Th.. declare. th universal sentiment of the supporters of DuuglH nd Johnson, that no eumproiuleo whatever li admissible snJ'thal they hava made no proposition for joint eleetorial ticket in any Slate. , They exhort the rejection of such prnpos ition indigently, whenever and wherever made. li ' the sav. "we hare any friends in any Slate, Jet ibem call a Stale Convention .. ..nr. and nominate a full eleeturiel ticket, pledged to the exclusive e.ipport of Douglas and Johnson. We can eree tonolhing else, rhesus- to a i knowledge the ritflit of a fae- i,i inoritv lo dictate their own tarrna of cu oprraiion and suffer them to violate the a le mn professions of the Democratic party, ar.d trample under fort our Democratic ussges, would be to dsiband the N4jjnl ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 9 August 1860

. 0 TP- m " pt tUriiiry:iiETVf lig.LEa IJlJvMJ VlJxL i.i .i S ...V V i , . . I . . i I ; t J t SI JLliJ liJ.UViL LiJL I ti l i ! ti ; Yiii tri-ii .-f -. fari INTELLIGENCE, THE BULWAET 0? BEPUBUCAWISM. . Twyn rnwaal( m 7': I n V STCLAiKSVlLLI'VlieLMON NUMUKH 3.3. CIjc ctont xmtt n rt;i.iBHto EVERY THDKSD AY JI011NIKG, '""''""iin" Office Mimonlo Hall Buildlnc, II few Uoora East ol ibe Court House, feX. CLAIB BVlLtE.OH CO. tERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: I'tRMS. -Simii.1 Subsciibes, per nnum, In advance, 11,50 tiiKULi tiunecaiBti, per annum, it hut pmd in advance, 3,00 vlum ur Five, and upwards, linva '. ('. iiably inadvams) each 1,25 .TERMS OK ADVERTISING I tMie am are, tea luee nonperll,f leu, three I fhi.rliono, path ttHKiuiiBl Insertion, Une tduHte, fi'ee nioMiis. lit , twelve ' Two" ' titree ' " u . , .. , " twelve One fourth l a eoiunm. three aiontttsi ..., " " eix " " twelve Una hair of a column, three " six twelve " One column, three months. , etx ' twelve " I oo VS 9 Ml 4 Ml ' (HI 4 W) ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 9 August 1860

Sri . ill-tneer The on-timing ipltil of chlld brgan to run free. ' Sjmebody," replied Mr. Login giving in-is-of e nrnur-gf n cut. -Who l tnmfboilyl" wit liked with that i I'l niDrii wt if in children. Ym shall know one of these daye." irvd Sir Lgm moved hit hmd eareelngly over ' tie little one'i lieid, ind played muilngly lid Ire soft rurlf of his tunny hiir. ' WiltM Willie!" vulce In inxlnnt tonei ti'lJon If t'lrtled the old min. He looked ro- n but taw no .we. f H te I im, mamma," answered back the Md, I'hout atltring from hit place. In tliti "Xi moment womin, with i hilf fright ened face eime In view iround oni of the nglri of the house, ir.d t'.ood Hill within i lew feet of Mr. Login. She cla-prd her hinde ii'.d looked it him with a lurpriied, tiger, hopeful rxpreuion on her counten- nri, ii fixrd, fcr I moment. a marble tiiiite. Mr. Login extended hl irmi ind ild ' Oh, Ilrlenl" with guih of feeling In il voice that iwept nida everything that aloud between him and lila child. Th...

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