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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 February 1861

Local Items. . 11. -l- flr-Wa this weok publish no Interesting article in relation to the amount of tax paid by the people of this county, tnd the pur poses fur which it tu oollectod. fifOur readen will find ft very alio ar tiele, from the Now York Evening Pout, en titled "Our National Right of Eminent Do main," upon the fourth page of to-day' pa per. . - ' I9Firb. The building known In dnya gone by aa Hoover's Tavern, situated about one mile West of Mornntown, on the Nation' al Road, wae destroyed by fire on Monday, The building and about all its content wore lost in the flames. MrFaiENbBl we intend, just so soon as we can get the material here from l'hikdol phia, to fit up the CIihonich in a stylo that shall bo surpassed by no paper in this section of the State, We mean to give our readers Moe reading MATTER, and a creator variety fit, than any paper in the county, and as "miich as any paper in Eastern Ohio. Just ..X taper this in the ear of any of your neighbors who may not be ta...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 February 1861

Our National Right of Eminent Domain. [From the New York Post.] So instances of Southern secession are so audacious as those of Stute occupying terri tories purchased hy lho United statos from foreign power. South Carolina and Geor gia were of the oiiuinal thirteen colonies which nroclninicd their independence of Great Britain. IHiere is some colorable pre text, therefore, for their assertion of native sovereignty, and of the right to maiuUiin it outside of the Union. But Louisiana, Flor ida and Miwi.mppi are only tts because they were made so by the Oonoral Govern ment. All the land within their borders was purchased by the Union, with the com mon runoi ot tne poonie, irom roreign pow ers, For a long time they were held as mere territories belonging to the Union. They were settled mainly by the consent of the Union, and when they bad acquired popula tion enough to form a State they woro ad- Bitted into the Union only on certain irre vocable conditions. Take the history of the admis...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 February 1861

. Every Thmr$ddjt Morning, 6'f1CK-HtMNil( tl nil istiliffavisr, n ftrt door lOata atf Cort ilou. T&&Oj.VlV& JI .,&).? Steij.seiytaysilai aafocaj , . .' 3rNe(M4f ieonilgtl Hl tl rresrn'gMitc kH),exeef at ib oaikia of (In plihlishet. . t v. ' Selected Poetry. [Published by Request.] Will the New Year Come Tonight. Mamma? BY CORA M. EAGER. ii i' i Will Om New YMreoni tmlght, mmtnl . t'un titto ol wilimc Mi . My iioekim hung by lb lAimne) -lido full thre lung d.yl tsoi ... Iimiupiwii wiutig trw door by morning's tarlr I Hghi,- ..... ....... Tl mpif uill oh, y, minimt, will (Iw Now ii . Y bar com to-night t ;. . , Will the Now Yeir roim tcnighl, rntmin I iba , mow won ihe hill, And iha ioa nun tx two inches thick upon the ' oirxlow'i rill, t ) hoard you tell papn, Uat night, hi ton muvt bare ktlvd, (1 didn't mean to bar, mamma,) and a pair ol I prayed tir just thoae thinga, mamma. 0, I Uhnll boiuH of glee, Abd ilie atvlinn boya in the Tillage achonl will all be envying me...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 February 1861

ST.CLAIESVILLEj Thnradar Memls., Feb VAM euiiaimkatioiia inleadeS to Ineeruoa la Ik neper, of mpaa eaMneea retailo is tlx ofnce, eboem aa ailailasej 'IthM Ckm4 CMitU),OU. v 1 J l.r'--..- Tub Federal Treasury is dead broke, with ' nnt mumo-h funds oil hand to meet the pres ent weekly demand. Oh, what pity It La that w cannot have another Democratio Administration, with Floyd, for Instance, at the head of ie Treasury IVrstttment' Will the Gazette yet contend that "the country is looking to this noUt did party" (!) for its ucoeT ear Ma. Bouliony, who represents Ne' Orleans, aeems to embody all the manhood and patriotism over possessed by the Gulf State members of Congress. He remains In his seat, and is daily fnithful in the discharge of his duties. He refuses to recognise se cession or to leave Congress unless called home by his district. He says the seceding States cannot lire out of the Union thtee months longer, and believes his conrso will be sustained by the people when their pas...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 February 1861

The Chronicle. Local Matters. MrRcv. J. B: Johnson will .preach in the Preabytorian church next Sabbath avoii ing, at fit o'clock. . karSTYX. The principle river of the lower world we think, judging from his last thattou effort, U about drifd vp. 1Q-Th Post Omen. Mra. Jobkth A. Ram AO I will be a candidate for Post muttons, at the election on Saturday, the Oth inst i - - - , - jarAcoiDeirr.A eon of Edward White, . residing in Union Township, was kicked by hone on Monday last, and died from the ffocta on the following day. ' ' m mm ' It9Thore has boon fifteen application to the Court of Cbtnmon Ploax during the pant year, for divonr; four have been granted, three diamuMed, nnd eight are atill pending. - - ' ' ' a a3'"Th DlPTttkilA continued to prevail to some extent in the1 jtt. Olivot tieiirhlfor- hood. Mr. P. Mead of that place has lo.t his i . , j . i - j.. . i. . . : Blurainuu ami yuuqTOi uniiguiur wuuiu oia. days of each other. ' terThe Wheeling alid Btmicsville In- . telligonce...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 February 1861

The Farm and Garden. Try Minching. ' ftv 'anuAAiW the inoxnertenoed reader will rtdorsUind tlmtwe mean the placing of leaves, straw, refuse hay, grass, or oilier material. nron the Kiirface of the soil, around the bane of fruit trees, and various other nlaata. We hoie every reader of the Aeri- eulturist will look into the benefit of thitt process. ' It is poBHilde, doubtless, to over rate the importance of the practice, butthere is Kttle danger of it To our view, it is one of the aaoHt useful processes in orchard and garden culture. - Of course, it is not to be Jmplored without repard to time and auaaon. U value appears chiefly in time of drouth, preserving a healthful moisture of the stir faoe of the soil. It alxo saves hoe-1ulor in keeping down weeds and scarifying the earth about trees and plants. . If a fruit-garden is not carefully tilled in mid-summer, the ground becomes hard nnd dry, and an army of weeds invade it, which bv the evaporation from their leaves pump toe soil stil...

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 March 1861

J&.t&isSr .v-,. ..r... l i-Vf I' lf Every, tjturadag Jtlortniftg, , If It fl-.f J u ,rw:it i.,, ' " --'', Um ? 0.' POORMAtf , ; ; tn' frm-.. .-n i i ri. ' JOfyklM-MMook lls.ll MuUdlnn, 7l lliw lo.in JUoot f iioul-t Ijuuau. in SJM4iJnMHKtKtwr In (if paM wiiMe e (,,. fiJM 1 AaMWtmM Milt til UfnnfMlK fnid, . Aut iif the option at ll pubiuhe. ' 1 ; ,-iii tr"11. ' ' -"i- .-v" ; '..'' v.:,,r, I :; . frn Ml t w-Jv '-'-"vf. h it-'.; ' ' r- . ' H i ; i ' ! j ' . -S i " . -.' .. . ' t - - - -77 ; ' " "J. r J:; u 'I -A 4 : t : v ! 1 W' 'vl :J (. a'I IiTetatlishfed in 1813. ST. CLAIR8VILLE, OHIO, MARCH 7, 1861. New Series-Vol. 1, No. 5. REVIEW Of a Sermon Preached by Dr. Van Dyke, at Brooklyn, N. Y., Sabbath Evening, Dec. 9, 1860. No. 5. (h Editor of th Chronicle; ' '''ft! HlaVory ia inconxistcnt with every prin- o of the tintl Uw. It Tirtlate the 75n edtnmrinditiont, which ffMfti the excluiiive eupromaoy of the ' Otittort "Thou shii.lt have no other foi befbre me." But the master uailr...

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 March 1861

ST. CLAIRSVILLE ,r ? - Tikiiraday M nrtnir, March T. tor tneertloa in Uw i.tin to tt , tn.il b. 'an w.tm rrmitcit. l Weirema. Ohio .AH i ilia tfv t.M INAUGURAL. ' No paper UwuiaAom the Cefitol fortlas h twnr par, has be looked for with to... y.. - n . .. . h Wlttt tC pnsition of tho President would be, on tho ftriottl topic that have been so freely dia- i: k ' tWMdfarokuion to th present political fJi - .sw,., r t u . ji.. . " - . , .Tlw tnessago hai been received and read , like document, auitod to the emorgency, and ' that its assurance! should giv confidence i. to the whole eeuntrv. A part of the people j r : ... . t . l)r almost everybody, ana tne univorsai semi- Mit ezpreseed in relation to it is, that it is j n '.. : . .,.. ; have been led by the persistant, wiliuimis- Lr.praraUtIon. of the opposition pre to ... .1. n..i.i:l. ,.f .ll. beBeve that the Rcpublicah party, through Sit. litocolu, thoir Presidont. intcndci to r perpetrate some ' gront outrnge upon the CowstmmoNAi. Ri...

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 March 1861

The Chronicle. The Chronicle. Local Matters. arfirWa are authorized to announce, II. $1. Bumo ARNKR as a candidate fur 1'amitMtor tf 8U ClairivUlo. -' ra"W arc anthorixod to announce Mr. J. A. Ramaoe as a cnndidute for l'ost tuutroM of 8t Claiiwvilla. ItatjrTliO rittubiirjh Annual Conference of tho Motbodirt & Churoh twill meet To MoCvnueWille, Ohio, on tbo 20th Sunt. , $Th but Gasotte is out With the Pres ident's Inaugural, two days aftr tht pcoplo of the county hare road it in the GrtRONioLC ISrTo&chor's Examination . Saturday, March 10, 1861. Grammar and Geography In the forenoon. Beading and Arithmetic in the afternoon. - BuTho Commiwrionors of Bolmontcounty mo now in session1, and . will be during this nd next weak.' Any person having bum ness with thorn will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. ' N. laJi,IlS8ItBNT'B INAUGURAL. Wo SUO Acceded in laying before the readers of the t CllRONiqLi, (except some of those who live in Bridgeport, Martinsville, and on th...

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 March 1861

Aonllv in tho United ritat, for pttrposos Vtiiuu infty ti ns . Well and more cheaply eejtirH by rock oiU and that Europe offers rill wi Jer Difrket for them, qutto as poml a, qar own. We shall aee thatthore is littlo prospect of the rook oils liecomin wholly 1op.1", even if every well should continue to Sow with its nmimara yield, end their nimki itin iM bit BTiKir.lv multinlied. Whethnr eadi well willoontinue to yield a ennstint nuantitv of oil if steadily rmmofld throngh a soriesof yean, is a more difficult question than that of the market or the ag gregate supply. - Its solution musthe a mat ter of experiment. 'The wells of India, an tho banks of the .Caspian, have a (lorded a very large and con ma na minnlv of nil for Mveral hundred voars. 'The nntrolpnm snriniis of Hit, from which the, orient Kahvlnniana took the imrjensh- aMa mrnent for thair Cvclouean walls, still Continue to flow : and the same maybe said n . ., i fi l . : ..I I 01 toe oil sprintr ot name, mBnuuuBu u; Herodo...

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 March 1861

S! h , JBveryi ThUrttdmp unetutttg-, AW idnra 4Cut of Court Jlctiuu. -raf iaitftii i'lliiiitijAi t.X'JCV,VlV.'.'.'.i U' M biuul maxtr IMrkul in uhnftt.l ......... .t a . I MS pWv v,t',P','TU", I'w ul)Uhw. ,l. )j fit. '' "l-JilL,)Ji! -run rpf'cJ 1 I , ,, f ,, . ; ,,-. T I .1 nV - . ' 'C&JM'' 'i!,i,i,:!loJ l"vCw il Clf .T uJ i .. I'. br, J . . . .1 i 'i1 '.oh'lo it 0 tiii V.J J. ,Mlr l-.-,. In- 'iif wsr-je.. iti-iri jriA. t' w x ?w i". jusa i3i. r .. w-,7 ny i, Holl.-rrrWIiHJrt JfcU nn UhoirnT. ...Ills ll eo?U ril 01 Ti'lI-w'T sXim ttiosdl WsWauia' icov) '- . . .visit ;Wiifil.trjjMMJwag:air2aiait; yrvi iviul .i?i ! -!tti;f w;i1 whi I' ! 'nil 11 "1 o... .nJ;)j'iIii'(J n'jPBjifulJ Bom; ii..iivifi ik7, c miP) ,lc. "V) .id'.ii'U.Uini :4J v! J 71 ."T - I IK A .! . ' T J i.H AA U 91 Jh JSJ . II 'it liliRlH 0.1 , i. r ni r .ll ir jliU I 1 ( VI i (.1 Vill i 1 ' u 7 ir ,'vJ.1 1 i .. '. : ' .'7 r f i ' I : ' tt- r I II I A'-t If 1 J 4 ' L.r J-Jtt KiH-lift Ix i d I'll ' "' V 'mf py-fw vmmv v...

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 March 1861

I- -a . ' ST,OLAIBSVjLLE.fv Tferwatajr jrl, Marc 14. 1 1 hmmMom laWaeail laaeniew In jaj$vWssiMess lif OwoeVa, oM'lw aaVlM 'rlrawn Ompjtela, fCWmrilto.pUa." "'".'Iknt; r Joy P. witfiff ef indla'ria, - tWeeon spfKTnte3 Superintemlont of Pub-""KoPrintiiig:-"'' "' r rHVUiVH lU Otlf MU) WU Ul ? lit Hi toward, has Seen appointed and confirmed t w a..- r l7 TT i . os AMMCaac oocrctsry ot Btato. THlPhdadelhiaPonnsylvaaiansaysthere is so truth to the report that Mia Lano was married before le&ving Washington. POLITICAL HONESTY. i Kverjf.eareful obaenrer of the time has aocVmbv wotieed- the increasing tendency - on the part of political leaders to pervert i for pan purpose every mcident,occurruoe ,-or fact in our politicaJ history. . To each V fearful extent' has this disposition taken pos- r"seemon of the leadeY of the Democratic ' party that they are now, many of them, t not nV willing to pervert the record of ' their country, misrepresent every sentiment ' uttered id defend of that co...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 March 1861

The Chronicle. Local Matters. , ,. , i i WW) ere a axle ebfagatieas to John H. Jbompwtii Est),, for htfe Waavhlrigton ' dtjr MKrhra-iriltVtMttiitorthBou4 on nee SMrdy) the Nth- day of March, 1801, order of Board. C. W. CARROLL, Sec. r t aTA(kKl,moanor.Mf.IUMl, ho itboriagfcrttl thoii diatanoa govta of Jfunlatow, aa met with IkvorabU hdioa tiona at Um 'depd. of batwae . thirty and fort fee. Sara, we are having oil,oa "the Uoubred fMora. .. ; I JttfTH editor ef the Gwtetta etwiplains fatter!- tacaaaa the Uakm wn of Wan wwiMbip deaoonea tie aMvitaUe " Ooaef iaW'.YallataMgW and suSawahT m "to Hoa., Oarfyienda in Warren made a alight taiutaka ( tftay ahOtiM hare aaid asset . par-OOiiAtlow. Rot. J. B. OraUm. Presbyterian ruinator of MoTrisUsrn.wescalj jtdnpqn by a number of hit Mends oo Tuee- day,5th inst. They left him a positive exprei-. aion or their good will in money, provisions etc ine lame or Mr. Unbim i eongre- jation provided a rich repeat for the occaaityi, which waa served from...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 March 1861

Visit New-Yorkers to Mr. Seward. -TiWTf.wfcr ligation la" Wasliaglon trMad Mn 8orhr'Mo(Wy "g.) Ho addressed them a follows: 11 FwkxM, Frndw-emztv and Nrirfij- jio I am very' deadly atTccU'd by, this . BTrr-jCLv.l Janeunttruuuu uf affect ion on the part Ot the people 01 uio oust ui iwi P wsny familiar faces, wen at this distnnco ' from my horuo, and. under tho oirouinatjini-na ' which urroant mi, awaken tnemorics and, amthaM th is I sbijiiU flu J it. dilRoultM describe. It isjusttwelyo jruurs since I emno; Strang and alone, to thin Capital, to .taaaot th great Start from which you kisa ma in Uie oooncibv of the Union. This duy closes that service of twelve year: period which iul. in- fefrotoect. sonin bo short. land yotit ban filled up the one sixth part of th conmiiiitionai aumuon t mm great em pire.' At this honr I ajntw-sr bofofe yon a yolanlary citizen, but Ood bn thanked ! ,a 'eituea now, an always of tlia Statoof JTtiw ajTork, oaaof yonraafva-s yourariial, no long-' a bearinc t...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 March 1861

" Every Thitridag : Morning; 4 ,'l ,(!.! ,:' i Kin "..t. ,i I;. ! .Sr.b ' OT- ! 'i ....-uo. LPOORMAN. " ; .r OXPmCfl.MiMonU 1411 J.nllrttrinr. .!( avitiar dstnra hiaut ot Clourt Alsuaie. ri Hk ".( "! Tmniui ,...-i.-.i v" .-- anas,!. nmaMmf; MWi'ff T W ' if out Da'd within tha renr . tlufc oi M, Mh, W laaevanee,) a BU ... uu ... 1 IU IT7So nspciMUeotiUnue. arttA all arrearage, are paid, eipent il the ogiilon of di publisher. REVIEW REVIEW Of a Bermon Preached by Dr. Van Dyke, at Brooklyn, N. Y., Sabbath Dyke, at Brooklyn, N. Y., Sabbath Evening, Dec. 9, 1860. Dyke, at Brooklyn, N. Y., Sabbath Evening, Dec. 9, 1860. No. 7. ."Jb" th' Editor ChtonicU: :."'V, THe Prt WlaTery pany hnre long nil loudly eompl tin - d of thn AfiiathHi ( th 8lTry qoeitioni and yet, lit . tbia eqflHBunitf , u also hi aimoal oworr other, they hare, rilMrry lew axoapiiona, praae4 Ibuqiwilion with a pkMnrararMie unknown in almost avery othar controvert laaua after Imm, In alnvm erary form, baa been ;'afrfad var t...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 March 1861

I'':: STOLAIRSVILLE; Thr4lay Hernias;, March SI. VAII MamlntM intense lor iMuiaoa la paet,t eon Baeiasea re let's; Miesawe, should be ' BMiil "akhMarOkMnklt, tt Clalre.'Ue, Oola." Hon. GMfcbr.ABAJta, E-Membr ofl Colitfraaaftows Kentucky, ha been appoint ; edbyfteiW iiacol Sixth Auditor to to m Ofle Department A food a ' pntnfco. " Host, IX P. Hollowat, of Indiana, has Veen appointed Commissioner of Patents under tie new Administration. Mr. Theak- er, of thia oounty, baa been appointed an Examiner in the Patent offioe, at a salary of . 93,000 per annum. ; : Tn President on Monday sent to the Sen ..ate the nominations of Charles Franois i' Adams, of Mas., Minister to England: ' Wna. L Dayton, of New Jersey, Minuter to Franc; Oeergs P, Marsh, of Vermont, , Minuter to Sardinia, and Jas. W. Weff, of Hw Task, Minuter to Turkey. - W pnblish quite a number of extracts from papers, North and South, on the Inaugural of President Lincoln. We bare ; taken the pains to classify them, and it will...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 March 1861

The Chronicle. Local Matters. WBUBCH.AY. Tb dwelling of Mr. C. Martin, lof SewfOUyllle, waa entered a few nighta ago and robbed of raloablag to the amoOtit olttvmUt fiv dollara. ' iB8jtMQC8LTlnRlc-A-mant)ft) nam of Wnita fell froiiinu. korse naar "' F-tWaw, Ind his foot tomaihin tn the - atimirJ, Mai dragjred some distanoe, recelv- J ing irjurieg that it was thought would prove ;i fatal, i t w J wv-"w ;j V af(isi-ibn; hvrigh of .TaUdaof . last wctk.-Vie tmoke htraae or Mr.. Uiass,ia ji Bridfejjort wis discprorad to be on fire.1 '.- Tha ljna wai promptly given, and the flameawera-eitingulshed before any serious ',: daniagawSs-iona. H . .1.1 i k g J 'MrFtom U)t WellaviQa (Ohio) I'atnot of Monday we Wrn that Mt E. K.. Collins, of Steamahip Si, baa tkr Vlla'i frtr. ' About four' asilea from WelViHai, oil Big ' Yellow Creek,1 he put hit pa nip in', motion for tha Brat tima era Friday craning last, and f had puihped but a few nours until Uie "alippary fluid" aamafbrtrn , T . 6rXbWrV ffn4 ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 March 1861

FROM MR. SECRETARY HOLT. WASHINGTON, March 5, 1861. To the Editor the National Intelligencer:'' In your i&me .rf Saturday last you tnih lisheilan extract from nn addrots, recently made to Old people of Miiwinuippi, by the Hon. Jacob Thompson, lute Secretary of the Interior, in which the following lungunge oooum : - , u,Ai lien writing my retignalion I sent despatch to Judge Lungitroet thnt the Star of the West Was coming with rciiitbrceiiioiit.. The troope were thus put on their gmird, and when the Star of the West arrived she reoeived a tcarm welcome, from booming enn ptm. fend soon beat a retreat I wan rejoiced th vessel was not rank, but I A still more rejoined that the concealed trick, Ant con 'cetyjd by Gonorol . Scott and adopted by Secretary Holt, but countermanded by the IVftMdent when too lato, proved a failure." ,. We have hei-o a dint i net and exultant avowal, nrf the part of the Hon. Secretary, that while yet a member of the Cabinet, he disclosed to thno in open reb...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 March 1861

Even Xfrwwiajr ,.Vrfff, g;x;poorman. f rfr1Tril4.Mnaanir 11 all 1 lull (l nil ' 1 . fUnale Mihierllier. net armum. lit raid within tha , year)... .''. ........01 dti V If lint fill wlminlryemvr .... ........ li . CIeol8.x,sach,U.Jdinavenc,).... ' I US ' " ITT W poper dfa wi illani I Mrtll all arrearagat arc paid, xeant i Tha option of th ajardlsher. Business Cards. t?. Attoarneyy .t.- Xiaw, ;. " martin's !p;nRY, bel. co: q; ' - H-Lnoeirf M llMlliif and Hturilif oltimt. . '-'D.'DT. cowen; Attorney . at" JLaw, , f r''jBT; CLAIRSVILLB, O. rFFIOB ppoali Ik LU Houa, tud oTor Troll'i l7 - 0, gLLOWAY, . Attorney', at Haw, - 'L.lJ8IIIIVO, Bel. Co. O. .LORENZO DANFOEJ), TTOMUYE IMT A. If ST. OLAIRSVILLK, O. OFFICE mm door Bait of the Court Home. fc7 . . COWEN & HOGE, , "Attorneys at Law, ist. orjAiiisvit.t.m, o. FFICB oppole,the Lawia Uouae, aud orer Troll'. mo .... Drt John Alexander, ,ST, OLiJa.IBSVlt.L.E;. OHIO. JTVPTTCB AND RKJIDFJSCE Ui the 8mi,i.ry prop-1 anyi Wcmad town, i ' ie R....

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 March 1861

ST.CLAIRSVILLEi - j hi a ii JtbnrtdaT Morning-, IMai-cli 9S. " ' , AH eraanunieeuon Intended fee inssruoa I e soe a ee Wasinees relating W Ik oAee, aaonM be Nmm Cbrantefe, ay ChuVsrllle, OMo. ' .r.'.'S.licf, Pickens, ii said BtXMMxa, at to be thott of provisoi!, and cannot got any from land unless by permission of Jeff. Davi.- (' vi.'" 1 i ' nsse-am tii Bok William IIblmick, of this State, tad fteprentative for tha Fifteenth Pis- tHct' rn the last Congress, is' announced by VUui .Tf ahtagten.orrespondent aa the new ,'. Comnuasioner of Pensions, in place of George C Whiting, of Virginia. T'lU - v S. f : ThI Southern Commissionera at Wash- tngton think there will be no hostilities be '0 twen the North and South, and Seoretary . Seward has told a South Carolina Ex-Con- - groaaman that there shall not be if the Ad- ministration can prevent them. " No Hoe stars sieiee, Nona of JBdo(. W rain., North , laojtaae, apposition to the repeal of tbo Missouri act. and i Ilia aaot-faaflad and absu...

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