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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 January 1861

Local Items. MASONIC and I. O. O. F. CALENDAR t,--CSairavlrl Ckabtsr, N. -1tr Rmal p Nm , nmi ifii rrieey eveaing EUGENE NAGLE M. E. H. P. D. W. NEISWANGER, Secretary. te, ' -veedwr sty WvdasidaT evaslag at D. W. NEISWANGER, Secretary. W S KENNON, W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. sr , v .,, D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. S. KLINE, N. G. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. S. KLINE, N. G. L. POND Secretary. . Imic Welkin, Esq., wW accept but- thank for favors received. Waria TtoWMl.lp-.hi-6oroerlrlit i P W denuqd of Uw Union aud declar ed her fidelity thereto. n'i'ioiuHi- Wai teamtMl NvTde'i speech oil the . subject of Secession jo the careful ttttentW ...qfH" , ' - j : i, -h , .... "VV-MC0nan.unlcaUoi from "P" i .ewn.to t (brthl lssie. . It shall appear tvt ,aut wwok and we hope may i receive the lkreftf edinHhs merits deserves. '" 'YiaaCaw'B Kx'aniliiatlon. Tlic lAaaher'sIbcaihkatioa .willbe held at' tlie tMual piM on Saturday, JaonafVlfthk fw. Examination in Grammar and Geography in the ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 January 1861

THE GREAT FAMILY I Al F.lt. TUli GKLAf PAl'MV IHt OK EAT KA.MU.Y- I'llPD.., THK URJtAT FAMILY. 1'AlJvK.t PROSPECTUS OF THE NEW YORK LEDGER. - ' . i ' i-t inttwil M"meV site) Now Ynrl Ledger ft ltu.1 roperior to that of 18(10, of of any . eW ywin the vrt. Among mix epntnb ton will be the Vreeident ol the United Ktatss, Edward Kvorett, Oeoipe Bancroft, ' .' WilU.mCnllMi RrviuiL Jotiil Ci. 8ajte, lino. J?. Horn. H. P. Willis, George D. Preuiico, TLnmaaltiinn Kno-lih. Svlvann. Cobb, Jr.. , .'-, KnuMtm Rvnntt.T. 8. Arthur. I Huiniltuu v Myr, Col. Y alter B. Duulap, 8. Cumpum X"' ' rWth. John Katttn Cooke. IrUe. 8igoui ncy, ' ! Sow thwonh, Fanny tfera, Anna Cera : Bitohie. AHr La, Mary Forrest, Marion BerUuKl, MineK. A. Ihimty, Mmy Stanley 4 ftiharm I'lirtxi V V. ami 111111V CkildYuieil, -' in ( !..!! sm. Htatanniicn utNl other ".v ,'ininent wtiuns rusitling in difforenr, part of . Use Lnion. " , ' , - .- .... ... (Wnm f wintjihnfnni fur the coming w will 6e o !aig, and will embrace suih ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 January 1861

"'III! L 1. lt-L.L.aV.Jl -u3if ". rlfl a---. ..tl--. nl . ti,l it:. . .,- ' 1 ii , wl.li it J- MO ; ST.; CLA IRS VILLE, BELMONT 00-, OHIJHURSD AY, JANUARY 17, 1861. NUMBER 4. i i (: t 171 CL., " I) I mmmmmm-mmrmmmmwmriitli . L I.I l li II - i " nm'aggMSiga B MESSAGE. MESSAGE. OF THE GOVERNOR OF OHIO. ' . A- .. .i.. 1 7 i . i "... , IwaHiwa yMtMtam to 7oirMUI Itkm, Ml ptlitati TN IMS IIMB raW? IWki Vnt I - m . Tk United BUtM CenauO of th. past yer WH tna Jteport M ID uoaaMMMf of statu tic, faraltk nioek lmritlnc Information ret lira aa Um arawth our tHatav To than amir- mo. Out chiefly e leeter, which will be laid barbs ye, m a lew day. I jb lnd.kwd fot lhe following toeta, whloh exhibit.. In pars, IB. kmKfftaa derwio panel, ef taaBieu ( It. vaUrla) eriog th. poet Ma Mia, KM ( 1,30,33 Iotrease percent t,Rtt,4M ' U,Mv,S 'tO At, ' ( . JS..S7 . . I 4 I,I0,44 k 1 neraAaa of inn, , lud., MM tVfM w'1-TT,m tl 9M ir qaulllj Uuri - 'il Y I .4tMFkMHra - - (4 aa M It U af MESSAGE. OF THE GOVERN...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 January 1861

nmitlc WiTUOHITKR, P.wilor Had Proprietor BT. O I L-Ka g TU0llSDAYt.-j4MABy 171861- Siwaru made one of the greatest efforts .f (.; LR tin 4 nxHft-h 00 hue Httirtly. It U dignifi, Shaelyj 'vetrlotic conciliatory, bad vet firm. It urDfcwf" in true oratory anything of hi life. " W will pubHeh it hett week ' If the Gaaette will publish thi speech. ws will furnish it in type, and agree tipoB the same term to publuh auy South ern emocraUo speech it may designate. . . . PRESIDENT BUCHANAN. The bourse of the President for the Inst tea day baa boen of the most satisfactory character to all friend ef tha Union.'; lie ha aent special message t Congress which for want of space i excluded from iUimIi naner. hut which doclares the Owteraiaatioa to maintain the Union and ex Mte tha law at whatever eort. The Gai- ette we .leant U no longer a Buchanan paper, bat will join' with the Disunlonist even a- HOW WE ARE MET. Two weekt ago we proponed that without distinction of , party, all should unite in ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 January 1861

Local Items. MASONIC and I. O. F. CALENDAR . . xMy chapter, . it. saf 1 - lick kaiim aril Fttday niiyv. MASONIC and I. O. F. CALENDAR EUGENE NAGLE M. B. H. P. D. W. NEISWANGER, Secretary. 1 llm - aan AlriiMiui imlll M t IfHI- W S KENNON, W. M. W S KENNON, W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. fyktu Ui, i"o, I. p. 0. r,. W S KENNON, W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. S. KLANE N. G. W S KENNON, W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. S. KLANE N. G. L. POND Secretary. UNION MEETING!! meet Ja'AtyM 'Convea.ofl lo St Oarillwk on Tueiday next,'at 10 ocock, !l.'lt,lo wfeadienoe to the tiWota of tbefWotrri8towa UnUn MtiiHrv 'of kit .(Saturday We bCPf ont ertrlt(jout respect to rirty;,Ij eoitfe p t thxi Meeting, tkvt borr - tie pertirjan Id the itriot wl tegtber eiot fur the pres 3ration oiur common liberty. 1, act a - i m aa ' 'aCpyt. tlutlrleawortli haa aet up a iwklardibrbrTery woich'ta' K wholesale VidnuatioaofaOAboliGoni8t8. Rethinks 'deTdKh'tn to Mexico 1 ' Wonder if they VfJ, aad aadi bean wdu...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 January 1861

nJ qoemlow."' But this I eonocive wwilil ' do uiuvt mitwhicvou nd impracticable interpretation.- Fur, if by 11 other crime If lueaitt any act ruacle criminal by the laws of' State, thon theKicrutive of each State is nmlsr oarMttuUDiiuJ ohlifration to reruand its eitisens to another, for any act which tho Legislature of any Utate may desirnate as a cruiM. in thiasene tho word "crime' has no other aieuting than that which a Lngi ktare, ia ita discretion, may givo it and too constitutional obligation of tho hxecu tive of each Htate would be created by the caprice, and the liberty of the citizen wotdd be deprived, upon the legislation of tlie oih ers. SuchaoonrtntcUonoftheconstitutioniil prvmaion could not be tolerated, for it would lend to Inlinite abvet; nor could ita oblign- tiotis be enfureedl - " If. then, by "ntliorcruno" it was intended to make f ho citiavn of each Stuto liable tu rendition t tiie ukirouon of the licsri.alaturo tf every otlicr Stato, and a more limited and tlunni...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 January 1861

...IJUILIi'.. l!.-.l..lLJ..I.iiUl!-tLlJL-UA-i --UI J1M JWBgata i iii ! Itlni- i j iniiwl ''' I B ... Iill '" f 1 I 'I V W I r.j. iyr, ,-c!.. i. .Ui'ii ujutn,iyf--rifciit-'lf ltel Mwa-MU H - - . VI lr V n I -if'1') Itji'i.JI l.'ii r, '.' Jlflr . ..! r-i':-:i r t M.S ,11 Ulld Jv rv n . y ... A- 1 l-jrt.i j w. -i t a. SEWARD'S GREAT SPEECH. SEWARD'S GREAT SPEECH. Delivered in the Senate on the 13th Inst. ftiKM, Mnbint1,i lJty ds Wjw TT v ru i " iinf;ior union i ooi mom w Liberty i mI of the nation.' Ta Amer ica ekixon ha ton accustomed, to believe tha KavaUio iawaonal. Ha ahrinka from the ligit cOnytblooTB3jcalY ' pfita auiT- . toba ayftiB'lad,e,:hb.'uive; ,.iniiaTkhaniBoh eompUcer'T utodUi thedla'!it5trf of epdotyln the 'OIJT WatU, altTiiw mam vaa axanpii f mat tuck diftttrtAoesc, Bo, In onf tun),' 50m tdV falling into a nujuieutous and duastrous rov i knpviowdffiouItSiia ta doulda, ataiil Vlhany and so Tarions eottw4V what ought tolba'and ava what'aaa ha dopa. - Cartainly, ThOlMrB.lt...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 January 1861

j r - . . m m ft 1 "i. OLAina "JJ I , TCUlUiUy, JANJAt,2'i "1881. Wtt THE BORDER STATE RESOLUTIONS. 'I ' lrIBrrto,wf MdVgavointtobe ' mm iha raanlutiona from tha .Border gtaA ComaihteA as an intendment to the BrxiiUoM repot" " the Cywimttte Urt.Thre-.' b rrrottntaA aaam- MdaftaA lTir ; of MArrlanAi re- piMiwtiag county, in favor ne tha Mcr . Jutom.', , . We have ao In the Una belief uattha Border StAte ri,tiope wiB form tha Waia af aettlemeo&LVr Ofctlsfactory Mftlaac,an4dMrtaia months "1 anBUiatowdtoquM. Teiy Mtnatfonianoviooutotiuieaa, la f -4mof th eeoewioiuitj hare noder got) wp)aU chanfa, and they hare,' now amended to avoid aooaiEot at all baatanu. to tf " not THE BORDER STATE RESOLUTIONS. OFFICIAL VOTE FOR PRESIDENT. A.x f.' hii ... 1 m elatt-'-UUieomcb lahU, aid ahonld WlaMat4a6v wfor.Baa. ItwiUh taaa tkMttoaalft baa .moot. larger vote tUa errberof the otbare:--- ' . it AVUnewlO AUWma fcAanav' ' i Mlllt-HI, neuUV ttiufle attrf- ilit- HtJ ... lU Kla-?1Si: liF: ewi tit Uai ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 January 1861

Local Items. MASONIC and I. O. O. F. CALENDAR at. tinnlli Vwmt He. n lilw,aMiWF frldep If, frJ EUGENE NAGLE M. E. N. P. EUGENE NAGLE M. E. N. P. D. W. NEISWANGER, Secretary. W S KENNON, W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. . , Mpelle Uif, na. -, D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. S. KLINE N. G. L. POND Secretary. BELLAIRE TIME TABLE. ..'ut f ' II'. w . & aBMl UlUOili 1 tU3r e Tnitaa prasu vain-)' MtTiiU ana laasa Bellair , 1 1 fc 7 "t I ? f " ,.7, tm1t. yyCtoMMiMi Mrl bp i ci t. K. att;tab with til ix-de direr aina frMi tbpT.7a kalian with B fc 0 aalC J) t Mallroe. y-To. 4 SB at U Wp swoons. BaiAaiBa, IMC i. u. a. Cowm. Th T Liaiai-'a Euaati Taaoher! Kxatnination will he held .at the JrLrbiaVFcWyKh.s'eyi. - Arithmetic and KeJ-!nflM .1. -The number of JWjnfriaaa Xiat aroed by XTobata Jiaja Oaily (hyar I860 may V CmH Unw: aiaax a aaaifnDn with the anaber baVathcaa prevkwa year l- ft n II V IMO 1859. 1858., 1867. Jmtr..lL.Z...ll 1U U- iBU Mar. .:;v.r.-1'-'l4 JaaviIM..C. 18 Aagnafe. i.MM 3U...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 January 1861

tana or only property, t answer that, within tht State, ita lawn on that mibjent art u pmntr, thai when he ha escaped front that 8tat into another, the Constitution' regards hint a a boTHlwnan who may not, by any law or regulation of that State, be discharg H frrjta his servica, but shall be deli wed Bp, on claim, to the party to whom bit ser vice) I dae. While prndenee and J-etiee -wild eouibirr in rwreuadinj; yon to modify IN MM or Jongnm on that abjeoi, so tv to eMU private person to assist their exeontien, and to pretaotfieemaa from beinf, by abas of the wa, earned into Javnry, I urn that all law of the State, whether fro Bute or slave Bute, which relate to this elans of persona, or any other reeently coming from or resident ia other State, aad which law eoatraren the Cm atitation of the United Stat, or any law of Congreat paawd m oomfonsity thereto ought to be repealed. Beoondly, Sxpionoe mjmWic affair bas OOflDrmed my opinion, that dometieIaTery, oiledo in any State, ia.wiaery...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 31 January 1861

;j tL-Hi'iiJ li uaiijasLij.Liij.uJ. .u FLU OTROieiLE-i i Hit BT CLA1KSVILL& BELMONT CO, OHIO,' THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1861. VOLUME 5. NUAliiKU 6 , ' .'.'."'JVi. : ta reum EVERY THURSDAY MORNING id "thobijrn. ', OaU la Ball DalUlnat few ' Unit KhI ol theCoart How, . sWrJ OLAIKSVlLtS, OHIO. TERMS OP SUBSCnilTIOSt Gisols Suaacaisia, per onum.ln silvantm li do! piU la alvanea. Tt(0O , TBBM Or ADTERTMlllMt - tn uii iluM aaapiull, ar Im, ISrii tea iSSHIm! IHMtttoa, taa H. krM imMm. " , H " ' ' IwiWa ' T" lam - a u M rsartifaf 4 Miasm. tftrM atnrtM, MM" " lltl ' VJaaaiirof iMlava. Br " in - m . itln " Oh maaa,ikTM aiaailii. - ill " 'f " tWllT TrTllviiaiM ClM, llaaor le.i, S,e r I W 5 W 4 Ml f 4 INI t M "I W t mi u mi uu I IKI . . 00 i 00 is m I Ws prppa red to Htm with '' Katae and Dispatch, ' , .r ' i Aix Siso or JPLAIN & FANCY PRINTING, - - - j .1.1. i Oar Mciliiiw an aurqaaltxi in tha County for prioiin- -; .. i - Car, " ; . ' . pircwlara, ' ' . ; . PainpkletM, Catalogue, Program...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 31 January 1861

Ut Mnwl (Ijrcnicic It ' !.- I II M till fVi or ml Hrortor . . isxrbxAtl3Vit-l.5 Tilt) USD A Y, Jaso rv 31,1601. iJi.J-I l. ipjral the ence. A sat of indictment ba been filed avaia.it Secretary Floyd, charging hinjwith cnrniDtton ill offi m. B J cMIOtU dTottt. ill Jit aid to p-cvcntL's Ao?t. , on ,tb by seta KANSAS A STATE! Tie naw Tom Wellington on Tuesday contained the good word that Know wa admitted lit a State in this Union.' The bill iuu at laat pased fco'.h Senate and House, and ba probably been signed ty the l'ro- nidcut ere this, Long and anxionIy ha Kansas wailed tbe permisidon of the South to eibort ber rights. Now the is a State.' Sic conies iu and (tamps another star, a lri,;ht brUiant star,' to go out no more for m,upon our cloud i I aaner. rew to be Tax C'jini' J ov..co of iSuilh Csrolins, in a rsooul leMor, eti tVth the niaiuer in which the South is to I brought to terms. Wo think this letter contains tho Hue policy. II say: ' " To give up to tli e.Vuig Sutoi all the f...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 31 January 1861

Local Items AlONlC an I. O. O. r. CALENDAR I. Cllrvll1 Ohantsr, Wo, 17, ,kfj AfilllHoM,iMwmtr Filday vingrw . t altar th niil i. aT RUGENE NAGLE. M. E. H. P. RUGENE NAGLE. M. E. H. P. D. G. NEISWANGER. Secretary. Bsleioet Loos, No. IS, rm u Aecaele M. , seiery Vaety evening on 01 rsc RUGENE NAGLE. M. E. H. P. D. G. NEISWANGER. Secretary. W S KENON W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. - S, KLINE, N. L. FORD Secretary. BELLAIRE TIME TABLE. CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD. Train ( ' ' boo i n,Mt at, Traiasarrive I VOO a . r a, CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAILROAD. Trala tear .. i : . '10:19 a ai M t a. .Tralla arrive ' . 8:40 1 at bit r a. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. Train laav c ; ,,r 10.0 A ai 10 00 r a Traiwaarrlv ..,',,, 7iM a at OOr a SPECIAL TRAINS—BELLAIRE AND BRIDGEPORT. . Betlalr lOitmlMru Utn BrMgaporl 7.14 a at T4 r a. '. TConnctlon md by ih Oniral Ohio K Jt. t Colombo wild (II road diverging Iriifn tt eo, aud Dellaire w lili I) t O snii Cxf Xallrnaa. t?-Trala l all nation. SPECIAL TRAINS...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 31 January 1861

Fifteen Cents' Worth of Happiness. "Ah! ha! I gnMnl're thought of the right story, now alttut one Fourth, when 1 ni I hoy. Ye, and th nsrpiest Fitarrh I ever mm, too. Yuu see, money wsii't quite plenty ss it is now, when old Grandpa u a hoy, and we didn't hare anouey of euf own, to do as wo ploaoed with, as boys do now-a-duya. Bat ona Saturday mornings I was returning home frtfln an mad on which ray mother had sent me to cm of the neighbor; I passed Eantrire Thrifty' 'eM, whore hiniaolf and a number of wen were hoeing potatoes. 'Hallo, Imae, tied the Enquire, 'no achool to-day? got anything to do thia afternoon T "I told him father waa gone, end I did aot know what work he had loft for me. ' " 'Well,' wid he, 'yea go horn and ask your mother if she can spare you to come and Loe potatoes for me thin afternoon. With toe smart boy more, we canjuHt about finish to-night, and aa Monday will be the Fourth, I'm anxious to get through this week. If yov 11 ooine and work smart this afternoon...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 February 1861

euaunniaaiawfwrT-r'f-rrn-MM-r-iTr -Tt! - , . i'fla ; SlCt'A Ilt$yjttK,BEtM6NT COrOH TiiURSDAY JE BRUA BY ft 1801.;' NUMBF.n 7r. ; i i ITEitHlUKSbAtMOttKING ,im)u ii rtP'l'nI.,ii, !:-.-i:ui iiiiT fl J-!..'. ..i i , I... -J.., r ( :i, . OlM Hall BaUala, few twrs Uet t teCert Hons,. OtA.ix.mTm.UBi, oxz to, ,,.TEKMi Of ftlBSClUrTIOtl'' ..Bwefaftosnaiua, tr nnum, la i advance tl.M ' Ij net swle Id uhuict, ' I ' i- "i sa,to ' W'-S fraa.a. OV ADVRRTlSING lW I; '(int a v-f I -. . tl . . . 10 W iiii, 4nBt1w. I . t v jaUltkaff eta ., tfctes., ,'t .., . , CM I";'..,-...1. twalM .it. Ow4kkiara,Ur aiMUka, li " v KrfeMkaM fcttM. timber !. 3,l f w - ' Kli.Kv'.l ,1' . ! -...i ..rf, 1 1 Hn .hr?-."? .p . - I '"j 'WS iri ptpml ! ureal wild' ' ' ' is i M I uu rfuu J m It uu M gu ! linn rw ix jfUaea ! Dispatch, . a u. iikm or 'PUIS & FANCY PRINTING, ' ta hrtMtiMkaa'aariittt tn: " " - tut wciUil m wicqHtM in th Cwuitf fur . ;;.;-,!, -k1tti'i Cllr, . ... j .,,,,..(..,( , rfunphlet, ,,. -K ;.; -mj-.Vvr...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 February 1861

hia,trf prolines in which he savs iny thiugs, whiJiarttuo.or not. have littltf bear Inn upon any principle involved in the k-ad-lug question C aq. ; f ouirt hard thing J about, eboliti.n'iifts, nhioh. ot'ouwe we look for. And no le,ly expects td I noticed. ' I 'X'O do Justice 10 :b Mumonwu uiifetniake ofic Urge quoUtyoii ''In all tlia instruction;) of the Savionr, in all the reported sermons vf the i AptHw. is nil th Epistles they wen aunt J by tlis Holy Ghost to writ for the in-tructiou of coming genera tions, there is not one distinct unci explicit stenaneiation of alaveholding, nor otto pre wpt requiring the muter to emancipate his Slave. Every eoknowUKiged in U openly tod repeatedly eoiidtmitieaand in unnieas tired term. Druukenueas . and adultery, theft and murder all the moral wrong which ever had been known foalfoot society, are forbidden by name ; and yet, according to aboUtioui.-m. thin greatest of all MIL'S the aura of all villiancieus never apokca of es jeot in respectful...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 February 1861

Local Items. MASONIC and I. O. O. F. CALENDAR r, t ire tuck tab rt rhtajl i 1 a Km the Ah tkaon. - r " RUGENE NAGLE. M. E. H. P. D. G. NEISWANGER. Secretary. i Mmii Lee.: Mli. H. rtMn Aeeeated Ma eeae, aieatkever WtM.44y aveama. et proee- D. G. NEISWANGER. Secretary. W S KENON W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER. Secretary. W S KENON W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. , WyMIe .! 4.-O.0. f Ml MO 47 ll, S, KLINE, N. G. L. FORD Secretary. L. FORD Secretary. BELLAIRE TIME TABLE. L. FORD Secretary. BELLAIRE TIME TABLE. CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD. L. FORD Secretary. BELLAIRE TIME TABLE. CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD. CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAILROAD. Train bet f Trains arrive V:H 4) Mi : W M L. FORD Secretary. BELLAIRE TIME TABLE. CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD. CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAILROAD. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. 1 Trmlm.Wi'M pa 1 Iisi 10 00 p . Tralna , , . , ,W m 8 9,0 . SPECIAL AND BRIDGEPORT. f Im Balleire y , , ,o 1nii)r 1 Leav Bridgeport ' , l.M a mi T.4 r a. V -Conneetione Blade by th Central Ohio ,R. J...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 February 1861

Poetry. A Voice of the Loyal North. BY OLIVER WINFALL HOIMES. Wejrioj Ojr Ot ntvj's font; to uighl With rt!.leuel toico ami eye ; . i her barmrr droops in clod J light V' Beneath the wintry aky, - u rVe'll pledge lior once in golden vine .' Before lier stars have art ; . .. -- Thonjbdiin one reddening orb mii hin Wlv aCouoiryyet. , , ,r , . - ' 'Twerevaio to sign o'er error pant, ' ,' Tho fu!t ofsii-efi or ous J r ' - Our noWier hoard tha threatening blast And spiled tifovwIeMgnii; '".'.' , ,7 : He saw (he aur-wrentlieil ensign fall, " By iud Inradort torn'i ' "v ButMw it from the battioncd wall -, That laughed tLoIr rago to eeorn t ; What though their angry fry U flung AcrOii the howling wave, I . They emit the air with idle tongue f,t j '! The gathering storm who brare. r '', Enough of speech I the" trumpet rings; , . Be silent patient, calm, f ' . God help thorn if tLo tempest swinge The pine against the palm 1 Our toilsome years have made us tame ; Our st:0U& Ium slept unful...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 February 1861

ti-ii '8T;CLAIRSVlLLE,.0III0)nirUKapAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1861. W VOL J, NO. 2- - mm Poetry. "THE ROCK BESIDE THE SEA" BY C. C. CONVERSE. t Oh, toll me not the woods tra fair; , , Now spring is on her wey . Writ, well I know how brightly then , , Injojr the young leaves ploy t tlow sweet, on wlndi of morn or eve, t The violet's breath way be - Tel uk roe, woo me not to leave ; Hj lone rock by the ses t i let ask me, woo me not to leave 0 My lone rock by the sea. The wild waves' thunder on the shore, Tee outlaw restless cries Vnto my watching hsarl are mora .. 'ri -tl - I ji . .. : ' - a u . 1 1 mil aiui f iimvuiovt ena baokvtn s .eejte-v tsmtt -'----jqj-.' -There's but one place lor mo, "Till I can greet thy swift sail heme , My lone took lj the see, 'Till lean greet tliy swilt sail home, ' -.. My Ions rock by the tea. The Great Conspiracy—what are Its Plans and Purposes. [From the N. Y. Times.] For thrco mouths events of startling mag nittt la havo no closely followed, one upon the heel...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 February 1861

(Ljjc $clnumt O0mcte BT. QLA1B8VXLLE . THURSDAY, Fehruarv H, 1861. EdMor atus) Proprietor. 0 TO THE READERS OF THE CHRONICLE. lliif paper that 1 have become it purchaser, and at desirous, no doubt, to know what conn I Intend to pursue aa iu Editor. Custom, as well aa a respect for yourwWics, require! of ma a brief statement iu relation thereto. I commenced my Political careor in the campaign of 1844, as a warm and enthu.fi aatie upportor of "Old Harrt op the WeaT," received my Political education in the school of "Old Hue" Whiggory, & have always given my support to the candidates tor prominent offices who I had reason to believe, represented the principle of that school I believed that the peace and pros oeriur of the country depended upon the sucoeet, of thoM principles, and tho experi - a oca of the part sixteen yearn has fully dem Onstrated the correctness of that opinion, When the, Democrutio party went into pow er in 1845, the country wan in a peaceful, prosperous nud happ...

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