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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 28 October 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NEff SBR1BS.- -Y0L. t NO. 5. ST. CMMttlLI, OniO, FIBIT, OCTOttEB 28, 185.1 VIOLK (TO. ffl THE BELMONT UI1KU1N 1JLK, WBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MORHIRO, BY He n. COWEN. OFFICE ON NORTH SIDE OF MAIN ST. A row doors west orMieHeltn Street TEAKS Of SUSSCatFTIOH. if pai.l wltnlnthTeemootlii, tM 'Wiwrt rt'IcVnlimJid only St the option of Hie editor, rtiite rr..ref " ,lur- Tl'.mi OF ADVERTISING. fcaeh square, (11 linn or lees,) three week, Every additions! iniertiort, .9 Veerfy arlvertisemenu one column, " Halt column, !!" Quarter column, rrofeas lonal cardii S3 per annum. ICPAII letter, adrlreiied to the editor MM be paid to tninre attention JJI THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. j 1. Subscribers wlio do net live etprea. notice to (be V.envraVy, ere considered aiwlliiiitocoiitlmietliir uli "C,'lfiu'beeriberorderttiedlconllnuance of their pe rloiiirala.the punlialiers may continue to acud them un v. liall arrearaaxe are paid. , , 3...

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. — 28 October 1853

in thole MUM bore the relation of J nore lhan four for the former to one for the I ttef ttom thV- free-soil vote should he le- I Wctcd the Wh'lf abolition vote, which went 1 1 In the aame direction. After making IM proper allowance on that account, I think it safe to conohide that not more than one our ir seven of the democralaVln Hume Bounties voted the free-eoil tteket in 1818. In this view ufthe matter, I think it will he found Hint the tree-soil section ii fnr from having just! cause far complaint. I havated In this lib cral manner not became I wa under any pledge, hut because 1 wished to do whit I reasonably could to promote the harmony tttd j continued ascendency of the party. It is possible that I urn mistaken 111 nip. posing that the free soil section has got its ; full share of the places! for in distributing the little offices in my gift, which have Tor; the most part gone among the rank and tile of the party, I have neither had the tlOM nnri the inclination to do much by ...

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. — 28 October 1853

great Inconveniences bf ihoafe who winh to en joy themielvex lli a rttfkctaWe way. Why do hot our officers nttctid to this matter? If (Ar cannot let un have Sorncboily that cant (7"Mr. PaAridge wob right; to hia No. (46) was recommended the first premium, aa he ssys. The mistake originated with the official Board of the Society, or with the in dividual member thereof who nrrnnpod thnt. "Class" for publication. The error is partly the fault of Mr. V. in not having entered his pictures in the proper manner, -as the entry did not appear upon the Secretary's Hook at mil the highest entry there is No. 20. The Committee spoke, in the commencement of their report, of Mr. Faria's pictures in high terms of commendation, and the Board see ing this, and knowing that no other entry was made regularly but Mr. F's. supposed of course that his was entitled to the first pre mium or Diploma, hence the mistake. We are extremely sorry that this mistake has oc curred, inasmuch as it hns placed us in a ...

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. — 28 October 1853

QUITE AN EPISODE! A recent riiisinlcin the history of thpTurco Russian difficulties is thus given ly the Parle Vomiititionn!: The followinj fct linshprn rommiitiicsted to us, and we find il confirmed by letter, both from Constantinople and v lunula. A Eil- ropean physiciun, who arrived aotrra nmntlis back at Constantinople, olita ined by dint of, solicitation the direction of flic military ho- pita at Schuinla. It appears that ' (met Purlin , aoon perceived that thin person kept up mys terious relations with Russian spies, and in consequence he kept on his jruard. Si ion after , being warned that there was an Itltl DtfoO to j poison him, he feigned to he indisposed and ' cent for the medical man in question to attend him. This person, alter seeing the patient, ' went out to prepare a calinini portion, which. ' on hia return, he presented to OntOf Piohl to drink. The general in-chief of the Tllfklsh army requested the pliyicicn to tnttc it first himself, and as the other refused to d...

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. — 4 November 1853

, THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. I AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. - - - - ' i , ., . . . . . In i mif..-- ........ .mm. i .-.. . - . -- . .. . T . j j NBW SERIES.--VOL 6. NO. 6. ST. CIJIRSVILLR, OHIO, FRIDAY, KOTEMBRR 4, 1853. WHOLE NO. 838 THE BELMONT CHRoYlCLE, PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MOKRIBQ, BY B. R. COWEN. 'OFFICE ONNORTHSIDE OF MAIN ST. A ic tv 4ors west of Marietta. Street tf.rms or suascairTION. ' J f paid within ihrw monlln, ''JJJ ,VrCMfl only th. option of th. .d.lir, '-while arrearage, ut due. TERMS orDVMTIMNO. Each 10r., (11 Iln.. or tan,) lht WB, t1. Brerr additional Insertion, 40,(HI Yaarlr advertisement, on. column, 24,00 Hair colnmn, li'fio Quarter column, IIZ'X ...U.t be paid to luiuire mention..' jl THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. ''iffiA o, ,cf.e to t.Ke tlieir period--ordered litem dl.conliiiiied. : --- wi,),0t In POETRY. The Seducer and his Victim. BY ALEXANDER SMITH. Poor child, poor child! Wesfct In dreadful .ilenco with our sin, Looking each other wildly ...

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. — 4 November 1853

houme, which ir Ttrry nrnt and comfortable Onr native escort furnished us with provisions, end beifw for - our bflgesge. On Monday I the th inst., the Commodore returned there gent's visit at Sheudi, the royal residence 3 mile from here. He went in state with pre cession of more than 300 officers, seamen and marines; with 9 field pieces and two bandit. Great numbers of the natives came to witness our array. We entered the royal castle at Sheudi, but did not see either the young Prince or the Queen Dowager. After the reception we bad a grarid native dinner nt the Regent's house. I partook of 31 nondescript dishes, and was then obliged to atop. Everything passed off remarkably well. We left here on the 9lh for the Benin Archipchpo 800 miles to the eastward, of this, taking the Saratoga in two.and leavingthe Mississippi and Hupply behind. After a delightful voyage of five days we reached Port Loyd. (he" harbor of Wei' is land, where we remained four day. I was ap pointed to the comma m...

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. — 4 November 1853

-'wluhlli'.j "-' i. 1 mmss: our Balgibor cab wtll be proud. All tha principal periodical! ' the day may be found upon ita tablea, and the latcat papcra from the North, Beat, South and Writ upon the filet . Mr. Wharton, Editor of the Uatttte, ia the proprietor of the room, and ita admirable ar rangement reflecta great credit on him, and ueaervea an extensive patrohage. THE LEGISLATURE. I he complexion ot the next legtslsture will I be an follows: SENATE. Locofocoa 96 Fref (toilers "4., . ! Total 86 HOUSE. ljoeorocos 70 Whigs 17 Fuaioniata 5 Freeaoilera 4' 4 Total 96 Ita temperance force. stand aa followa: In the Senate there are 14 in favor of the , Maine Law and IS against U and in the House the Maine Law force ia 32 against 60. No Maine Law then for the next two years, J 1 unless some of the present opposition should 1 j 'about face' and vote for it; we sincerely I . hope they may. J , The Freedom of the Press in danger! 6s, at least, cries out the Press of Cincin- 1 nati when Judg...

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. — 4 November 1853

AGRICULTURAL. THE THRIFTLESS FARMER. A Cot e m ro r a n t drawe thii excellcut por trait! The thriftless Inrmer provides no shelter fot hit cattle, during the inclemency of win ter, but permit them to stnniJ shivering by the fence, or to lie in the snow as best suits them. He throws their fodder on the gronnd or in the mud, and not unfrP(iiently in the high ways, by which a Inrge portion of it, and all the manure is wasted. He grazes his meadows in the full and spring by which they are gradually exhausted, and finally ruined. His fences are old and poor just such as tolethia neighbor's cattle break into his fields, and teach his own to be unruly. He neglects to keep the manure from a round the sills of his barn if he has one by which they are prematurely rotted and de stroyed. He tills, or skims over the surface of the land until it is exhausted; but never thinks il worth while to manure or clover it. For th( first he has no time; and fur the last "ho h not able." He has more stock ...

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. — 18 November 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. I AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NEW SRWRS.VOL. 6. NO. 8. ST. tUlRSVILlR, OHIO. FRIDAY, IWEMRER 18, 1853. MHGLK NO. 840 HIE BELMONT CHRONIULIi, rUBLISIIED EVERY FltWAY MOBIIIHG, bv n. n. oowprr. OFFICE ON NORTH SIDE OF MAIN ST. A few doors west of Mnrlctln Street n n Mi OF SUSSCRirTION. I f paid within three montln, 'J? If nal alter thaltime, ,7 Fapern illBHIInitl only t th option of the editor, whila arrearages are due. tksms oraDVieRTisiNa. Fach square, (II linn or leM,) three week, WJ Kverr additional insertion, g Yearly advertisements one column, .jj'uo 'Half column, il'ou Quarter column, ie,w rrofnnionalcardn per annum. ItyAII lettera addreiaed to the editor muat be paid to Insure attention .cOI THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. L FJulietriliers who do not glee eipresi notice to the contrary, are coinidcred as wishing to contlnuetheir sua- ""'P"ulnorlliers order the discontinuance of their ne a riilcala,the pnbliahera may continue to aenil them...

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. — 18 November 1853

WHEAT CULTURE IN OHIO. Ohio produce annually shout Titrttv nn millions or Busnttvs of Wheat. Three euc eoosive crop were m follows. Crop of I849......v 16,000,000 Crop of 1850 35,000,000 Crop of 1851 25,000,000 Aggregate - 78,000,000 Average 25.333,000 These crop were accurately ascertained; that of 1849, under the United States; ihntnf 1850 and 1841, by the Slate Assessor. One i4 the worst crop in many years, (that of 184!),) and one, (that of 1850.) the best; io that on the whole the average i a fair one. The crops of 1858'and 1853, will not be far from that of 1651, that Is an average. There is nothing leas understood, than what ia really an average crop of any staple grain. We hear continually of 70 and 80 bushel of corn to the acre, a if that were the common crop; and of 40 bushels of 'vhent per acre in England, as if that were the com mon crop in that country; but in fact, it is no such thing. An average crop for an entire country, must include nil varieties of soil, as well a...

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. — 18 November 1853

rtrtatl th river wa ft-iilng. Freight h declined in coneequence. Temperance Lecture. Not in the Court Houie, expectant renr. rior in one of the Chnrchei, but rgt out in he bpen Mrect. "Who's to epeekV Not John D. Gotirh, nnr Neil Dow, nor (Jen. j Ctry, nor Dr. Je ctt, but a lecturer far more eloquent. Wc know of nothing that speck more movingly, and with a atronger appeal to the heart for the itotfaerance, of the Tem perance reform than a poor tottering wretch, who,! overcome by the me of ardent apiriti! Reeling and tumbling along the aide-walk, or dropping with horrid blaaphemy into the noiaeaome gutter trampling on hia Maker'a bounties and netting at naught all hia lofty privileges! Tis this, more than any other thing that will bring about the enactment of a prohibitory law. It ia here that the matter ia breught directly before every mind, and it ia brought in audi a manner that every one must aee ita debasing, demoralising influence. Juatao long as these examples are paraded befo...

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. — 18 November 1853

HUMOR. DECIDEDLY RICH. The following i from the lMitor's Table, of the Knirkerboc'.tr, and savors strongly of the retl, 'ginooine' wit ol 'Old Knick." In my native town of M , in the year 18 ., could be ieeii, two afternoon of each i week, a large collection of devoted ladies du- I Jy organized into a 'Sew ing Circle.' Among j the 'sewers that went forth to sew' on thcec . occasions, waa a maiden lady of about 4U I by name, Desire Ayres, Slio was an invet erate snuff-taker, and her nasal twnng was not particularly agreeable to anybody; and he was sometimes, to the inconsiderate, the subject of practical joUcs. By the aid of the 'Circle,' five promising young men were enabled to graduate from University, and expected to enter the ministry. But to the great indignation of Desire and others, one lik.il a 'call' from u charming young widow to take charge of a plantation, which of course lie accepted. Another had ' call' to quack medicines; an other to school teaching, although he soon a...

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. — 2 December 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NEW SRRIBS.-- VOL. 6. NO. 10. ST. CL.IIRSVILLB, OniO, FKIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1853. mii Kfi .1-12 THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, by n. it. cowr.pt. OFFICE OHMOftTR SIDE OF MAIN ST. A few door west of Miirlclln Street TF.RMS OP SUSSORirTiON. l,rn ir paid Milii tinea aiewne, s.oo while arrcarajot are due. TRMSOrDVKHTISI!0. Karl, aquare, (II H" or lr..,)U.t flvtry additional iiwertimi, a-WAKi Yaarly advertisement! one column, 24,00 Half calunin, 13,IKI Uuarter column, vmjg ,,mor ,"u,, pt,d 10 insure attention .' ' THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. t.ny:2ua:"u.u, ordered them discontinued, without in- 4. If suhsetilwis remove to other P'?"" "" , l0 tormina-the publisher,., and the periodica ! POETRY. From the Wheeling Intelligencer. THE HOME-SICK BOY. A PARODY. 'The boy stood on the burning deek."-Mrs. Hemans. , The boy, stretched on the school-bench, luy, His books nround him thrown; His chums had nil ...

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. — 2 December 1853

and the Dl Norte, and the lieattrters of the Esst Fork of the Great Colorado Of the West.) exactly in the line from ft. Louis to Ban Franeiaco, and about hull' way between them, there i good country enough to make a mountain state double the site of all the Swiss cantons put together, and presenting very thing grand and beautiful to be found . in Switserlend, without the drawback of glaciers and avalanches, and consequently without its cold. Ha has gone to verify his winter theories in thst region. Respectfully, gentlemen, Your obliged fellow citizen, THOMAS H. BENTON. THOMAS H. BENTON. FORT MASSACHUSETTS, (N. M.) Aug 28, 1853. Dear Sir: Knowing that you fee! interest ed in the middle route for the Great Pacific Railroad, and believing thut any information j 1 with regard to it would be acceptable, no matter how humble the source from which it i comes, I have determined to state what I , know about it. This information is from! traveling the route just behind Cupt. Cunni eon. I left...

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. — 2 December 1853

ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC. New York, Nov. 39 The steamer Atlen tlc arrived this morninjr, with tlatns to thr 16lh HM Nothing really later Jims on urn! to the Turkish wur, hut we have rumors of a decisive buttle fought tiour Bucharest, It I not known which a. my whs victorious. We have detail of the recent sffiiir at Olten iza, which resulted! in n brilliant Turkiali vic tory, and 1,'JOO RukhIhiia killed and woundi-d The Turks, nearly 100,000 strong, have cross ed the Danube. The Russian commnndi-r GortzhakofT received ordera to art on the off ensive. The Turka raptured eight guna nt Olteniza. One fourth of tho Poles in the Ruaaian aervicc are disufFi'cted, favored the passage of tho Danube, and gave no alarm when they saw the Turks crossing. The Turkish fleet is in the Black Sra. The Anglo French fleet is jn the aca of Mar mora. Ruasia laya an embargo on Turkish shipping- from the 23d. Neutral flags are to be respected. Count Nesselrode's diplomatic circular lias been published, and e...

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. — 2 December 1853

DOSPBCTUl FOR ISO i Tin. Sat- Jl venst Eveaieo Post. VMItllll ...at or TAtevr. , . The Proprietor. orll TOST, In rnrpinc eg.lu before th. public, would return thank, for the generous pation age which ha niered tt m fi Inarfyani'.nl evr) otnei Literary Hlily ill A atari.. Ami. M the only rulta Me return lur em ii Ht and 1 1 all Miprrt, their arrange mem. for IKW have lrrn made with a de: re ei III aralilf probably unequalled In Iir hi lory ol American near, paper literature, They have aniaged roulrllnttot. fc the enmrin. year tlic, billow .11. bi ifianl array "I 111 i enl and genius: MRU. nrTinvoRTti RMEnBON niwi'TT MRP. DatNiSON flBAC'K OBLENVtooD AMI ' I WW II KN. In 111 Ant rff J miliary next. Wt design torn- , menein, an Orlrlnal Nuvcht, written eapr.g.1) foi out columns, entitled Tin: Bid oi: of Tin: iriLUBRNBMt I Br Emkhsos Bi.nnktt. Ar-rnOR op "Vior.i," Clam Mtll.iM," "Tin: !'nrv o.r Wi'.t I Kir. This Vovrl.t.l y Ihe pnpiilm author nl "Clata More land,'' WtJ design mltowltif h...

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. — 9 December 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. jJ SBR1ES. - VOL. 6. M. II. ST. miBSliUR, 01!I. FRIDAY. IER 9. Its. tMl NO. MS i A NNUAL KXI1II1IT OF THE RR- V csinta mill Ktin-iiiliturci of Belmont Co. Ohio. From June SSd, 1 -a-', to June C, lf-03. RECEIPTS. JOHN KELLY, Esq., Treasurer, Dr. Balance i mis liilm,-on last attlmcnt ' Amonnt of liHniqunit Tac cdl-cu .1 gj 8 ' tVoiiiinilivlrliialaonsalsolHociii'ii 10 lO.UiJ ;u Uf Auction Licimni H " fdlrilo K2 Horse- do " "bow do BJO " T.v.ra do H g " Perry do M 10 Blor permits '7 " Finn on Siatf esses Hi 8 " Costs in Male cases "S H Road costs A ? ' Hoad damage KJf 11 Moue foi.nrl on dead bmllt II -H " Sot plus ltr-vc-iitlo principal 3'i iJ ." ' InUrcst M u J' aVyion Sixloenre.nl ?3 44 . .. .i interest I, 14 18 4 Stst Common Pcltonl Fnnrl MJJ ej Bchoal Fund from Jefferson county 5.7 t3 from llarriaim county 31i 4U ' County's proportion of ' es Tor ie58 collected at tflatoTreaa. 4 8 ' Taxea reniinlml liy tin C...

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. — 9 December 1853

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. ftVf received copy of iho PrptiJcnl'l Mrs- Uge nn Wi'dueday evening, und joined fur- J Be with our neighbor to enable ua t lay it , fn our rrader an speedily n. pniblr. Hraemurh us it in President Pif.i-cb'b first ' apeasage.it will be reed with mm h interest. ( Visa? Citiirn "f th- S-nnt- awl none of R&nttntativt: Tw interest with which th - p.-p:.. ,,i UiaiMaWld , , n'tevst ihe --srm ilini; of Coiwieas, nn l tha I'M-. tmenl, on that oecu-imi. ol ' the duty imposed untie. :0 nw I'reeldeiit, ie one ofthe liesl evidenr bo; thwt jtiapaciiy to renlix iln- hope of the funnier ol n .ajolitiaai ayttem, at once c 'tifbl! an I symmetrical.. .Vhfle the dM'-rent branch'-? of the government are, . a a certain client. iiiJep..ndrni ol ' "eh Oilier, th- luties of all, alike, h ive direct roleretic! to th:' ouree of power Kortun ite.y, under tin i-ysieei i man is so huh. and none ao humldo, i.t ibe seal if pahlic B'niion, if to cc-ipe from th- sciuliny, or Ko O exempt fro...

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. — 9 December 1853

The Battle of Oltenitza. have now detailed accounts of thl, rtftountcr Ijflwcon thvyMoslem and Ru I. It proves to liave bedn an affair ol i mote importanco than at first stated. continued fire from midnight of Nov. baybresk of the 3d, the Turkish sm Mbo became rxhiiiatr-il: and with the BUriee of Moslem warfare, the entire HHh force charged the enemy with bay HEpnd aabre, and scattered them at all KEta! The Itussisna left twelve hundred InL field in killed and wounded, and were rjkn back upon Bucharcnt, where a heavy Ballfrom the artillery of the place, brought Withe pursuing Turka, who then returned to Kapnitza and encamped upon tfie field, their WB care being to fortify the position. KHriip battle waa fought within a triangle ol Hl formed by the waters of the Argia and Kipube. Only nine thousand Turks were Hiaged, but they had occupied a strong Hrsntine building, and an old redoubt aituat Bin a plain near the Danube, aa well as the Hlllage. From this position they threw shot ltd a...

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. — 9 December 1853

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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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