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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 23 September 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NEW SERIES. -VOL. 5. NO. 52. ST. tWIRSVILlE, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1853. WHOLE NO. 832 THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORRIHO, BY H. J. HOWARD & B. B. COWEN. OFFICE ON NORTH SIDE OF MAIN ST. A Ifew doors west of Marietta Street TERMS or BUBBCRIPTION. 1 f pairr-sOllim ht" months, MJ "Mfi-Sf r " "eop,..n .r.h. a.uir. while arrearage are due. TERMS OFADVERTIB1NG. Each square, (11 Ilneaor leas,) three week, 1 Every ailitiilonal Inaerlion, ... nn Yearly advertiaenientaone column, VuM Half column, , , Quarter column, Frofeaaional carda $3 per annum. lo ICpAll letter, arldreeaed to the editor muit M paid to (mure attention., THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. rlodleala.the pnWIahers may continue lo eeno. thein un til all arrearage, arc paid. nor i id 3. If aunacrlbera neglect or rcmae to taVe their JMJTM . - leal, from the office, to which they are directed, they are held re.pon.il.le till thny have ro...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 23 September 1853

MM If yon ever become a:i Indian (giving an nN-h IcKik) ynu will And that your rrcullectidn vjf occurrences at all interesting during iho ime will be better remembered through life than any othpr." Thp following evening tit detail was put down fr in t lie lips of Golem: I i Sparks in ibo paper, a copy Of w hit. h you ' havp alrpady. A few evenings a'tcr thp colon' I rr-i i"ed j me to read to him thp notes I had mad"; lhu after attentively hearing them read, said: "At the time thpre were white men prpspnt : who, the Indians said, com" wr tht Art water; but I never know who they wore or their I business with thp chiefs. '' 1 1 I gave a copy of the colonel's statement to Juilc Toultnin, and not long alter removed ( ' to St. Stephen's. Somt years subsequent I 1 met Judge Toulmin as a member of the Con-. veniion 'hat formed the Constitution of this ( State, who, in the presence of Governor Itibb, referred to the papers that passed between a distinguished member of iho bar of Maryland, vi...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 23 September 1853

JHRONICLE & ADVOCATE. HORTOr? Ji HOWARD, I ,,,,,. B. R. COWliN, Edifora. THIS PEOPLE, AND THEIR RIGHTS. I . in Morning, Sept. a a 1893. WHIG NOMINATIONS. FOR GOVERNOR, NELSON BARRERE, of Highland. "OR UNfi aOVKRTfOR, ISAAC J. ALLEN, o( Richland. FViR VnvmrRKB OF STATB, HENRY BRACHMAN of Hamilton. FOR SBORBTARY OT BTATB, NELSON H. VAN VORHK.S, t Athens. FOR ATTORNEY OBSBBAI., WILLIAM II. GIBSON, ol Settees. roR lurRKXi c-orRT jr-oas, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, of Cuynhogi. FOR BOARD or i'UBLIC WOKke, JOHN WADDELL, of CoBliocton. IBDBrKBDBSl CAROIDATB I OR COMMISSIONS!! Or COMMO SCHOOLS, LORIN ANDREWS ot Aah'.snd. BNATOR, P AVID ALLEN, of Belmont. ( BOARD CF BQDAf.lBATlON, f JOHN HAMMOND, ol Harrison. - l BtrRBSSNTATIVBS, ELI V. CLEAVER, of Wheeling tp. SAMUEL DANFORD, of Washington tp. t PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, 1 D D. T. COWEN, of Richland tp. , TREASURER, D S ADAMS, of Richland tp. v COMMISSIONER, ( SWAN C. VANCE, ol Flushing tp. s RECORDER, PRICE ARRICK, of Kirk wood tp. SURVEYOR, JAMES...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 23 September 1853

THE DOLLAR. Boforo M lies a silver dollar, which benr upon it rlNM the pillared shieMof hnti(jhty jSp.-iiii. Yenrs nrro, in the tot oavea r Putosi, the stvanhy Aztec ilelvcil 1'r.nn the unwilling enrlh the glitteriiiR ore which waa never more to h" nil own; nnil smelted, purified and stumped with the in-iiirniit l tyrannr, it has pnno forth from age to age, and from uvncrutiiin to generation, an en tailed curse or a bequeathed bleMtftff. The lean nnd shrivelled miser has tidied fof II, penny hj-penny ; for it he has wronged the widow and the fsthtri'e.W, and spoiled the happy home of the virtuous; and to possess it he has' denied blmaslf even the of life; and, pinched hy luiti?ei and want, he has hugged it to Ml dyinp bosom, andTelinmiished it only when the itj haml of death opened his clutched finger And then, what it cost the old man a HHI lifL'-tiinc of weary toil and want to accmnlatc was qolekly scattered to profligate heirs, wh in tlu ir turn, were brinclnj upon tlicnmelvei th...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 30 September 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLET AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NBW SBRIBS. -VOL. 6. M). 1. ST. CLAIRSVILLB, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1853. ffllOLE NoTsS THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, PUBLISHED EVMT FRIDAY MOKRUIOi BY B. R. COWEN. OFFICE ON NORTH SIDE OK MAIN ST. A few doora west oflUarleUa Street ream or uMCMrTtoN. I f paitl wlihln thraa montha, If ptidaftar that Una, ... .,"" Fapara dlacontlnued only at th option of the editor, while arrearage ere due. TERMS Of ADTKRTtllNQ. F.h aure, (11 linen or If",) three week, 1 1.00 Every additional Inaertion, B Yearly adverttaemcnta one column, "fiW half column, ! " OnatiTi column, rrofaaional cards per annum. u ICfAII lettera addreaaed to the editor muat be paid to Insure attentioiiOI THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. 1. Buneeribere who do not gire eipreaa notice to tne eonlrary, are conalderedaawiahinf to continue their aub '"''iMubacribera order the diacontinuance of their pe rlodicata.the publlahera may continue to send llieni un- 'THauo-cf...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 30 September 1853

! L.I moat outrageous piece of nonsense for us to eend our money abroad for the purchase of r ilway burs, to be laid dow n immediately over our iron mines and coal fields. With the exercise of common sagacity and common prudence, this country lias it in its power now to ' .did up an interest in ita iron manufac ture that ill for outstrip in Mount and val- e any other single tm-iiicfs in 'he country. If it proves rc!i a! Io:oi av ry few year., home competit'en will mhii reduce the market value to the low est paying point Jttet as OOfflpetl tlon has done in our cotton manufnc lures. L We are now underselling, at a profit too. our foreign competitors in cotton manufacturing, even in their own nurk-ts. Hive our iron manufacturers a fair ch a nee Tor a very few year.', and we can defy the worid in com; e-tition." Nothing Like India Rubber. It was an Old ratchWOtd w ith limners and thoenitihers, "There is nothing like Leather;" 1,1 but this venerable motto must give way to i or the reply....

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 30 September 1853

aolutlon. Hi snswerod promptly hat lie ' would not. I then pr.t the resolutions int the hand" of Dr. Andern, of Minn i Uni vemty, who most cheerfully const'iitol to pro ent them. We Igrttd tliut tlioy ihotlM b( brought forwnrd during the evoniii( session Being anxious tlmt Mr. Huniey lltovUI l present when the question was up, I went ti where he stopped to tell bin when the sub ject would be brought up. Wo walked t. the hall together, when he, with a jrood dea " of circumlocution, gave me to understam that he preferred not to serve on the commit tee, giving the same reason as before, that hi could do more for Andrew not to havo bii name connected with it, ayuin assuring m that Hamilton county would be right, and givi her vote for the teachers' candidate. I then requested Dr. Anderson to postpone the matter tlli next day, as I should ;mve It mako out a new committee of reliable men 3;. B. having declined. Prof. Androws, o Marietta, was tho next best man, as I nuppos ed.to put at the ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 30 September 1853

- ot PREMIUM LIST OF THE BELMONT CO. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. At a meeting of the Board of Manager of the Belmont County Agricultural Society, the , following lialof premiums mi adopted for com petition at the enduing Mr, to bo held at St. Clairav il'.e, on Tuesday, Wednesday andThur. , dav, the 4th, 5th &, 6lh days of October, 1853., f FIELD CROPS. Beat 3 acrea At upwards of Wheat Diploma &. $4 00 " 3 acre corn D a 4 00 3 barley D a 3 W 3 " oat D a 3 00 3 H rya D a 2 00 3 buekwheat D a il 00 i ' potatoea D a 3 00 ' g " awcet potatoea D a 3 00 2 " Timothy hay D a 3 00 3 " Clover hay D a 3 00 y " i ' Timothy acrd D a 2 00 n 3 Clover aeed P a 3 00 j Statements of the manner of cultivating, the ( kind of aoil and manure, time and mode of plant ing, and tke kind of aced uaed, also affidavits of j measurement of ground and the measurement of crop to be furnished the committee, forma of J which can be had of the Sec'y. Awarding Committee. , J. W. Fraaier, Rob't M. Wilkin &, Sam'l...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 7 October 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. ' AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. Rfl UMU.--TIL. 6. M.i. ' ST. CLJIHTILLI, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1853. POLE P. 831 THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, rUBMSHED EVERT FRIDAY MORNlRG, BY B. R. COWEN. OFFICE ON NORTH SIDE OK MAIN SI A few doors west of MarleHa Strec TERM OF SUSSORirTIOH. I f paM within thrw inoaJlu, 'M while arrearage! jM- TERMS Of ADVKRTISIIia. Pact. .qar.. (1 1 Hn or If .) three week, 1 . Every additional imerlion, .. Yearly ailTeriieemenU one column, itS llair column, 15'u, Quarter column, 'MljStelV'flSi mm meet t. i Ininre attention .JJl THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. 1 autarthtr who do not jive nre notice to lh eontrarJ! are con.leml a. wi.l.inglo continue tUe.r fair "CPH0.nul,.crlUeraornerihedi.continuance of their B ,louic.l.,J!" .!..!-l."''y continue to .cml tlu. f 'VXcriTneJlc'ctor ft to take thett Wfjt POETRY. THE SEASON. BY THOMAS HOOD. Summer's gone and over! Fog's ore fulling down, And with russet linges, Autumn's doiDg brown. Bou...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 7 October 1853

PREMIUM LIST OF THE BELMONT CO. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. At a mooting of the Board of Managers of the Belmont County Agricultural Society, the ! following lint of premium Brae adopted for AMI1 petition at the ensuing Fnir, to lie held al St. Clairsvilir, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day. the 4th 5.h & rub days of October, IM3. r FIELD CROPS. Beat 3 acrca II upwards of Wheal Diploma St ft 00 3 aerseeora ni " h I barlur a a UJ 3 oati 1 on .3 rve I) a 2 00 3 " buckwheat l a 2 on " i " pouioei Da 3 HO j ' tweet potatoes D a 3 00 " 2 " Tltndthj hay D a 3 oo j 3 ' Clover hay D a 3 00 , 'I Timothy aecd D a 3 oo " A Clover seed D a 3 00 j Statements of the manner of cultivating, tlic , kind of soil and manure, UniO aid mode of plant j , it.gr. and l!ic kind of seed n-i d, elio lltUt its Ol J measurement of ground mid the wassurcinant of j crop to be furnished the cnniiiiillce, forms of Which can be had of the :e!i'y. Awarding mmltlee. j. J. W. Frailer, Rob'i W, Wiikins St Sjm'i , ri...w...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 7 October 1853

CHRONICLE & ADVOCATE. n. R. COWEM, Editor THIS TF.ortB, AND TI1KIR BICHTS. Fright y Itloi ning, Oct. 7 . IHSSt. WHIG NOMINATIONS. FOR UOVBRNOR, NELSON BARHERK, of Highland- rnH lit it. oo unr.on, ISAAC J. ALLEN, of Richland. FOR TRKAH1RKR or TATB, IIF.NRY BRACHMAN. of Hamilton. ran BBcaatAat or ctatk, KELSON H. VAN VOOHIES, of Allium. FDR ATTfiRNRV OKTiKN A t., ' WILLIAM II. (WILSON, ul .Soiieca. fOR frPRKE (OTfiT Jt hOK, FRANK UN T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. HIR ROARn OF rl Bl.ic WORKf, JOHN WAODKI.L, ol Cuslioci.m. lNDtrRPBrfT CANDIDATE POM t nv MtMIONIlt or ''OS M on BOMOte, LOK1N ANDREWS ol Ashland. MgAfOgl DAVID ALLKN, of Be-lmnnt. ROARD fF MgeAUSAflOn, JOHN HAMMOND, ol Hanimn. RErRL'fEN'I'ATIVKF, ELI V. CLEAVER, of Wheeling tp. SAMUEL DANl'ORD, ol Washington tp. I , PROiEClTlNO ATTORNEY, V D. T. COW EN, of Richland ip. TRKhKl'RER, I D S ADAMS, of Richltnd tp. com M lniNKn , SWAN C. VANCE, ol Flushing tp- 1 n eco 11 ii:r, I'RICK AUKICK, ol" Kirkwood tp. V 81 ItVKVnR, " james McM...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 7 October 1853

(Heany's Address concluded.) tint the pocket argument is a grout engine In the mouth of some people. Instead of appealing to men aa rational, thinking beinga, they appeal to tbeir avarice and cupidity. "The Maine La will aave yon a grcut a mount of money." Thia goea to allow the i corrupt nature of thoae who make auch on I appeal. I care not how much thoy mny rail againat intemperance. I do not object to tfcat, fori believe it ia one of ihe moat de- J (Trading vices wc heve in community. But what appeara to carry such objection! ble lea turea is, the making that a crime that nevor was recognised as such fcince the dnya of Adam to the enactment of the Maine Law: to prohibit the manufacture and stile of wine and other alcoholic liquors, and yet permit it la" be sold for medicine and the arte, subject I the invalid and the artisan to enormous im-' post dutica, for an Impure foreign article, j when wc could have a supply of the pure, j home made! this tuo from men who shouted lustily (o...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 14 October 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NEW SERIES.--M. 6. NO. S. ST. (IMInSVFUli, JHlW, FEIIMT, OfTflBER 14, 1853. ffHfll.R NO N THE BELMONT CHROIIICLI rOBLIShKO EVERT FRIDAY MORRIRU, BY B. R. COWEN. OFFICE on north side of main s A few oor west of Marietta Sire tkrms of sussoairTtoH. I f paid within three month, while rreraea arc due. TERMS oFDvmTiaina. Mich it.(H line, or le..,) three week, 1, livery additional I"""1'0"' ,,n 4n, Yaarfr advartiaemeiiteone column, eng Hair column, i,,, Quarter rolumn, TiS'JIWK'. editor .u.t p.td lnanrtttentioii.cQI THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. "ofTu'beerlhere order the discontinuance of their p ,ir!dil.." h l".her.m.y continue to icr:taheffdo;,e;,p,oth.r,1;i,t;v;,,i:.vir.yett1,d "J .rleT relno've' to other place. wUhon, I. formin.the puhliehera, and HeJlhri? POETRY. JOY. There's joy;in the music of morning belts, Tht float like u spirit.through wild wood dells, And echoes away o'er the green old hills, Joy in the lulla...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 14 October 1853

GREAT BRITAIN. Correspondence of the N. Y. Tribune. LONDON, FRIDAY, SEPT. 23, 1853. To sum up the political iff Ml ortlic last j. three duya in a lew words, it Is sufficient to 1 rt '.ate, thit tho enthusiasm it) Constantinople ( begins to frighten both Russin anl England, ml that diplomacy is again busy to devise n 1 1 plan of eektle 01001. The Timet has given l dementi to the news I wrote you about tlienid , promised by England and France tn the Sill-1 f tan, in case the tear of an oulbrc'lt should in- , fluence him in not accepting thj Vienna note j "pure and imple;"yet the fact thutsuch dis- n patches were sent to Cor.stnntinople on the , 1 3th instant, remains unshaken; it is COO , firmed (rem Paris and from Vienna. The n Ministry did not Expect such an outburst of : e indignation as it has cneoomered, and wishes v Voow to csc.pc the responsibility of the po ailion. Hut it is too late; it is rumored that , tho coalition Ministry is to break up, and there is scarcely any doubt t...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 14 October 1853

iked if Flndley's letter wh directed to u You replied that it win not, but that it wi directed to Wm. II. Clark, the Hecretsry I the Temperance alliance ami immediate come down stairs and handed the envelope I the editor of the Gazette. The editor n plied that accounted for our getting it hefm him, and w ith the remark "all right," led tl nfline. 'Cheap urn thp rents in (lie map. HORTON J. HOWARD. THE OHIO STATESMAN. By no moans the Icaal of the circumstance going to mako the editorial profession one pleaaure is the character of cotemporariei Aa it is in every day life so it is in the cal ing'of an editor; if one meets an unprinciple scoundrel in his neighbor or in ona he ho ever regarded as his friend he custs him o and refuses to associate with men who ar honest for fear of again encountering in postora. There are in our fraternity thos who stop at nothing to compass their ends the kttow no motto but personal or part aggrandizement, and care for nothing else It is on account of su...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 14 October 1853

HUMOR. LOVE LANE. BY THOMAS HOOD. If I should love it latly morr, And won hor cv'iy hops io crown, I'd love hor nil m otuairy o't r. But not declare it out of town. On cren, hy n UtOHf bank, Thnt help a hornet's in ft a lililn, To Ellen on my l nt rd I Mink, How minkm will twine aWMrai 0M ehln A bashful fear my soul unnt i veil, And gave mylirnrl abntkw.ini tuj(i Kor wits I clictr'd whon she ubstrvrtl, Winl.it Iwasailenl ' Whit a sliij!" At length my ,.l r I prrlt rrM, And llopw a kind r ply fort bode y A!i' the only b mnd I heard " Was, "What a horrid Igly toad!" I vow'd to give In r nil my heart, To lore her liil my lilo took, lonve, And pniiiutl all a lover's amait Except a wnep gone up his .Iccvi! tut when I vi ntur'd to abide Her lather s uud h r MotiMrt grants Sudden, ulie Btartsd up and crii d, "O dear! 1 am oil over ants'." r, Nay, when beginning Io bc.v t !i The cauij that lad la my r .bull", , The an.-wer wan a Strang I (nautili. A "Uadd) -Lui ijjli'ijn sure enough!" I apo...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 21 October 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. f AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS ADVOCATE. ,' NliW SKBIBS.--rOL. I XO. I. ST. fHHSVILLK. 1)1110, FlillHV, QfTflBER .', m. J& WIIQLE i0 830 , - '. CO I h M i il H M M i p uaioju-n.o-liauuO'Og Mnlill " 'I 00)WWOOtoQl"0WtO I X"LU"1 S - - b. I -1 M u 4 o -4 CR o D A M 00 oo -4 RaTrere S E7 . e. -S opl fc.--ooc. -iow cj i i Lewis Uu l Aril- t9KMM r -.i to cr - j li - & a o i - w . o -t 1 Mvcrs OV I o o Oi t j w WO-IOCOOUSWOO.- j ' I Kv'll! ml B - tO U K -.- ... B I &5k woitiio-iij-MOsu-ifow I Alien 2 BMt or I SutMOiovAoaDfrQoux o -: 1 i WJt 12 T" M eo ks i Till )yi , ul . I - a u ffl - n. c o .i -i Harney g. 7stSVi SI o c id -i x u o u u r 1 1 i'.itV 5 to W 1 W ti U5 M I i dnQBk v,okooi.'iB-M i Andrews 3 Fg5j! 2 e to to tc to oo tn oo 4n ! "ft-V r; . JoflotoooSiScjc ooSSwio.im ! Bartley , ffvTfli o c o c. u tc O i . to O . co -j -i I a ! i&tii - MS-.iaowBoo5goo,c3co55S:J ! Backus to 37 S oo S B W eo so a. I Infill 1 ? i 33 i . o u . to . ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 21 October 1853

ST. CLAIRSVILLE, October 18th, 1853. MILLER PENNINGTON, ESQ. Dear Sir. As a Committee appointed for thnt purpose wo take this method of sig nifying to you the satisfaction of the Agricul tural Society for your appropriate and inter esting address delivered upon the occasion of their late Fair. We are authorized to ten der you their united thanks and gratitude, and to solicit from you, ut their instance, a copy for publication. -ji Very truly yours, J NICHOLAS COiiPER.l F.I.I V. ( F.H.WIiR. Com. CLIFFORD AIUCK. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OCT. 18th, 1853. Gestlewlr: ' Your polite note soliciting copy of my agricultural address for publica tion is received. Having prepared it during the hurry of a busy court, I am not Villi enough to believe that it has sufficient merit to appear in public print, but I am not at liberty to decline your flattering request, and herewith furnish you the manuscript address. Yours respectfully. MILLER PENNINGTON. Pticholat CoojterA Eli V. Clearer, Committee. Clifford...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 21 October 1853

CHRONICLE i ADVOCT B. R. COWER, BtUior THk PEOPLE, AND T1IK1R BIGHTS. FrMajrHnalat Oct. IMS. To Correspondents. Communiniiin) must be handed in before 10 Veltek on Wednesday morning. Election News! A day or two sgo we heard a report that Medill was elected Guvernor in short that the whole Democratic ticket was elected. Since that time we have heard no contradic tion of the report, and suppose it must be true. Our Whig friends oil over the State trying; to account for this result all seem to ettle down to the same conclusion that is,, the vote being so light there were hot en ough whig tickets got into the various ballot MM The report from Pennsylvania are equally aa cheering as the above. The Ohio Legislature will be lsrgely De mocratic, and largely Anti-Maine Law. Although the majorities of our opponents 'are larger IRan for many yearB befort, still We vill fcevtr say die, nor strike our flag While we have strength lo stand beneath ita folds. We firmly believe that the policy of Ou...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 21 October 1853

HUMOR. From the Syracuse Star. UNCLE BEN'S RAM. BY BILL BRAMBLE. Uncle Ben wn n qiircr old mnn; A queer oM mini tH Net, He owned a ram n batting rnm; In (act liia bulling prop. n.i ics prompted him to but everything hminlile lie coulil nee. Uncle Ben hud a M old .potifc; A fat old wile was ell Choused to Iced ami pnil Iii. cows. That came up so regular into the lawn SI ery nijlit and stood under a large puar ir e, Tlii" fat old wife ne'er used a Ft. .,!-. To milk would IM Vr 'it down; And thcmcli old Hen culi'd Im a fool, Yet she would never hearken to In. advi 'o, but to reciprocate the favor the said he was a ;lo r. But one sad morn a. Dfindll atood Beneath that stately pear, Old Ben's wile in OH rr mood Wa milking hei net up) ing bw Battel po lilon: with poslcnor eltwntity a Utile elttraMd In air. The ram Mid Ben the fact eepled, And loudly Ben did shout: ''Squat down! squat down!" he :!uly cried, But she didn't hear Mm, ami belore h could interlerc, the ram had turn 1 hla (jI od...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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