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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 January 1856

TOE 1ELMMT m MSLI t R, COWEN, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR.! "HE WHO LOWS HOT ttB COY CAN LOVE HOTHSNO." TERMS &U0 A YEAR, IN ADTANd NfcW SERIES VOL. Yllt, NO. 15. ST. CLAIRSV1LLE, OHIOUIIURSDAY. JANUARY J 7, 185G. WIIOLll HO. 910 GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Gentlemen df Ai fcnai, errta" Wum JtisrMeniafiOe: In accordance ith the requirementi or tbo oaitilntion, arid the bienniml system of legislation which has teen thereby esteb blished, yos have assembled Sfl your offici al eapacitiea ta take into consideration the condition of our public affairs and te pre are aid pass auch lawk as tho experience of tho laat t we yean and la's Werests on ' wanta of the people may appear to dtmaad. The first year of the biennial period which has just elapsed, was attendeA w'.ih 'the Tarlous trial and vicissitudes in'cident to all human associations. The extraordinary drought 'that prevailed throughout this and moat of the 6ther States of the Chlon os eaaionei a very genetal failure of the crops, and the con...

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 1856

TURNPIKES. atvia Turnpik-s A Mami Bridge, JoO,330 00 Ciocinnit i, Montgomery. Hnpklur- vil'e.R ocheeter tfc riarksvifU "vJ.400 00 ' Cincinnati Hsrrison, 16,1m 00 1 Cincinnati St, Hamilton, 44,S.'i0 00 Cincinnui.Columhs Si tfoeiter, vs.ine.ou ' Cincinnati St Xenis, 1 'a.O.iD 00 ' Cireleville 6a Washington, .1,903 00 ' Colerain. Oxford & Broukulle, $3,770 47 ' Dayton Si Springfield, 6o,430 00 Dayton 6t Covington 3'1 ,490 "AO ' EiT'.on,fnhrilu & '.elianon, 49.4.W 00 Dtvton Wi arn, VMM no ' Gnrat Ml "Ti, ,,r, !!! B9 ! DiMhtn,W ..-!.- mil (, I irrn, I0t,7dd oo llsniii oil i:' ;ii !ii .V ' if iu'0. 3.1.40 00 ' Himil' n.l-n I ' DirVtoWn, Otford t Irh v n, 49,743 Oj Hiniiltoii.R ,5iV.!lu,S-iCtervi!U and EatO. , 4J.02.) 00 Jefferson .South Charleston & Xenia.4J,S00 0, Marten and Newport. l.i.000 00 Mil ord ant! 'Chillioolhe, Hides'? 63 ' Ohio Tornaiie, n.o.OOO 00 ' PottemMltl Si Colum'ju", 78,199 87 ' Riply and HHIaborotlf h, 40,575 00 Steabenviiie.C d ? tJambrldff, 19,894 90 1 U...

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 1856

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOOK fit JOfi PRINTING. tSSSUmu "rd'' Handbill,, .r.7"' "'"-"ends, Hl.nk,, AV.YrjR.s fttil I I s Ac , Ac. In snor i R kind, r 1j FANCY JOB PRINTING orjLr 'Promptly ittendvd to, "... All romniiinicntiunsnncl advertii.emfri'n must tt-We invito tlimtlon to ihe Adverti.iment in nni1erco!umn,ofih:"r,raiiil IVato r Cure " Jli inmilutionhas baen established Ion? MOM II satisfy the public ol ita permanency MM iucch' Any person willing l0BUbmii tl,em..lves , ,neir . gimen.tc, will find th. Uranville aatabliihracm une oi the but kind lit the country. v -VVa notice by our exchange, that the exlr.mo I cold weather Of In,. wsrk wu pteHr k,nnily ,, U or.r th. Northern and West.rn State a. A Wri ter in the Columbus Journal Myall wtl the coldest ' weather evr kelore Ml in Ohio. OirWe were visited by an uHinnlly, heavy lall of I now o Saturday and Sunday last. It haa called ! that olt-quotcd Individual, "the oldest inhnbiln.ii to --alresh hia memory ,t it i...

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 1856

Uss or Salt ib Cooitse Vsoetiblis. llsr ii something that weryborf ougM 10 save koown lung ago, and that verybody abou.,i now read and remember: If any portion of vegetable be bo1lc4 ia pur diatillrd or rain water, and arother in water to which a Ultle sail hnn been ad ded, a decided difference ia pcrcepiMc in th tenderness of the two. Vegetable boiled in pure water are verily inferior. Thia lafMafiljp may M Isr in tho care of ou ions, that they are nliuiiit rnt rly destitute of either taate or col.ir, though when eooked in suited water, in addition to th ult'usaut suit tna t , hiie n peculiar aweetneaa and i string nrotna. They oho contain Don ro!oj!c matter than when Ooi'lieJ in pure wa'er, Water .which con tains l-4J8;.i of ita weight of salt ia far belter lor cooking vegetables than pure water, bHUH the aalt h tidera the eolulion end evauornrinn of the aoluhle ami flitter ing prinri;i',rs of the vegetable. KteilMc Amt-iia. E skisu li.tcos Ainrriciina visiting Eng land are often ...

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 1856

1. B. COW EN, EDITOR & PBOPRlBTOBl TjB BO 808 I I : I fG." TEBMfl $1,50 A EAR, IN ADTANCI NEW SERIES, VOL. VttI, NO. 1(3. BT. CLAIRSVILLK, OHIO, THURSDAY. JANUARY 24, 18.00. WHOLE no. 911 THE CHRONICLE TJBL18HnD EVERY THUB8PAY MORN I NO Office on North Aide of Main Street in the New Masonic Hull, n lew doors East of the Court House, nnd n lew doors West of the Norton Home TERMS OF ailBflCllirTION. I r pai.l within three montln, t V'n If fH4 flrr that KM 8,00 Tapcm rtiacniilinuetl only at the option of tha ailitor, Whlla arrearages are due. TF.RMS OFARVItRTISINO. hach square. (11 lines or !ess,)Jhree week, 01, Kvrry Additional insertion. 8." Tearly alvertisenients one columa, $tn,(H) Hair column, U.m ' (luarler column, 1MB t'r.nlessional cards 3 per annum. rCPAII Istiers addressed In the editor must he paid to Jure attention .Jff, JJJNo paper discontinued until all arrearages aro unless at the option of the editor.., OHIO LEGISLATURE. Senate. Jan. 9. Mr. Bundy 'prescntedl a petit...

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 1856

ImperaJiearj require the attention of the Legielatore, although no Owl Of ihem miy constitute ench an ex'ra ir.linary ocoasicn M will warrant the exercise of the epecial power rested in the Governor. Expediency, therefore, no less thsn "rinciple, reems to recommend mm ml rather than biennial eessions. Tbero ire eomo collateral considerations, tending to the HAS conc'o-i m, which should Dot be overlnnksd. The present 0 institution allows riO a sandmenl of it? provisions, ft . H such as msv bf agreed 'o by three-fifths of the members of each House, and by majority of thi? elee'.o-s voting II the next election far SonUors an.) H prcseiitotives. U lo!" liwsthu no amnln?nt of the Comtitu lion esn bj m-ide, ho.vever unanimously esoctioned by thj Legislature or demanded by '.b people, until two years a'ter It aliall have been proposed. Th substitution of annual for biennial sessions will necessarily require annual elections for a -nitor and Representatives, and will IBM ro.nove this nedlea...

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 1856

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOOK & JOB PRINTING. WE r .irepared te tiHuU.in Ihe b.n nyle, . .,,1 is on abort BOtlOO all kinds of nooks, Cardi, llaadhill, Pamphlet, Circular!, ticket, roiter, Check, Label, rroframnie, DilUllead, niank, LAWYER'S BRIEFS, Ac, &c. In diort ill kind of FANCY JOB PRINTING Done in a atyle t. giro satisfaction (o the moil faatldioue, it the Belmont Ciimj.ihls Orric. All order promptly attended to. BrTramtent advertisement and job-work mum be paid tor in advance. 3TAII communication! and advertisement must k handed in before 10 o'clock on Wetlnuaday, or be deliy edanother week. trJoeph W. Mulvany, fdniieMy ol this plate, died in California, on the 20th of November, 'laat, o lung lever. Tlie.dccoaaed waa in the 3&ili year of hi age. KTlliram Pennington haa now in operation at hi mill, one of Pelton's Portable, self-sharpening Grist Mills, with which he it manufacturing Corn Meal. We have had the pleasure of testing the meal, and find...

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 1856

From the Home Journal. A New Song by George P. Morris. Tht 0jJ fo pleasant weather! Chant n, merry ril s! And clap yior Bends lugetli r, Ye Piuit:nir Mlltl Tlionk Him, teeming relief, ' Thank Him. ,ru.t'u1 plnm! f ,r the n IBIIHlH ,.id.the -v-r ruin. Thank 0"(l of GioJ tli" fiver! Shc-ut i. iport'W sWaeiel ' oh ttinalnl river.' ' '.He BarMlng tra. Thank Him, Dttd iin! birtUlngl A ye H"1' " ' ' Eteir livi 'g Tnnk G hI, v illi r,hrrn! ipNIf, In n g;' ' . fur what li" '' Anil ir hopes uliovtl tjiersai Nenire levels in (it I'h tli, When Doe, In pleaaant wither, Smile Upo 1 ia '"t'll UnnVrctiBV fune. l8e. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. The New Foundland Dog s vengeance. gCIIIICU, Th. America brig Cecelia, Capu.n smmea, on ono of kef fofW " kg.rd a ip(dipotniertof Newfoundland Breed, named NaaoleoB, at d hU m8n.fi-; MM Me ana proporilont, hli Intelligent bead, broad white eKeat. white feet, end white tippeb toll. ih re a. ''" -!-"y b"'y bain black, m.e Mm beautiful e hie MWleelnameeakei wl...

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 1856

I R. COW EN, EDITOR ft PROPRIETOR.! "EE WHO LOVES NOT $8 CT '"; TST C31: LOVE TORBJfO." ITEM'S $1,50 A YEAR, IN ADYAlCCI NEW SERIES, VOL. VIII, NO. 17.! ST. CLAlUSVILLE,)IHO, ffiyBDAV, J,Tuy M, Utf WIIOLR KO. $1 , ! THE CHRONICLE Published iyery Thursday morninq Office on North side of Main Street In the New Masonic Hall, n Tew doora East of the Court llonite, and a lew doora Weat of the Norton House. TBRMa or auaauRirriuN. I r paid within three month,, '.'" !f paid after thatlinie. V.IIO . Paper, diaconlintlMf rthly at the option of tha editor, while arrearage, are due. TERMS OrADTERTISINO. Each enuare, (11 llnea or leaa,) three wack, $1,00 '."iv additional inaertion, '" .Yearly advttrtiaementauht colilhia, t40,tm Htlr column, M.0t) Quarter column, 13,00 vrofeaainnal carda $3 per annum. J , All lattera addreaaed tto the editor null ba paid to Rjira attention ..-CU Jjj No paper discontinued until all arraaraiaa art unleai at the option of the ediloi J i i i - -au POETRY. From the Kn...

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 1856

Meeting the Creditors of the C. O. Rail Road. Pnrsiimt lo a published call of the Pfe eident ol the 0. O. R. R. Company, a meeting of the creditor and other inter rated in the aff.ir of the name, convened in the Court House in Zincsville, January iljl 1308. Wv. I) IlfDitAfin, Kq., was, on motion, cilled to the Chair, arid j. T HCSOLFIItli waa appointed Hecrcury. I) i' id McCartney, M n imoni county, of fend reevlutten fr ihc appointment of n Comm. Ilea of thirteen !o consider ond rp-,rl upon toe IttWMM of Um creditor and s'u.KhnMi' re, Sic , when Win. Denti'son imefed 'lio Mi nting ns I With etiiuU which wis. icefptpfl by IN oiovcr, flat R&eliai, That I C .mrutttee be appointed ton let of thirteen member, vlei Six residing out of the Btate. dm fnni sell county along the line of the road, und l.vo wilh Lt regard Id rc5i lence, regard bo- nf had t.i i hi magnitude of the claim lliajf 1 '.tl . atieh '..'..t o to select its Rcprc oMttatiYC or sttpreectllkllvM on tha com mittee, tlii...

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 1856

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. feooK & job hunting, WE are ,irc.red la rreruir, m ta best tiylc, nml mi short ROIISS all klnili of Hunks, Ctttfi, ItamlliilK fftimphtsts, CircnlsUB, riiiiris, .rosters, Cheeks, i..his, rroui untitles, IlilLllrniN, lllnnk-, LAWYER! mums, Ac, Ac. In abort nil kind ol FANCY JOB PRINTING Pone in n style t.i eiv" allsfe.CtloTI In ill" BUM lanidioun, qi the BsLMORT CRltoRroLR 'Hues. All otdere ; i i i v attended lo. vr'l rnn-ii-iit advertisements Mid juli-nrk inns! r paid tor in inlvance. lirAil a mntiiilMituni nml tlvrrtlsemrnti nmi lip banded in l Km lo a'alock on VVudiisaddr, or he uuiity edasjOlsief wr-k. RELIGIOUS NOTICE. Rev. Mr. Johnston will preach Jin lb AMOciale lielormi'd C'liuruli, BSRI Babballl It ll oVl-ck. CIravui n's MBBOABTII.I Oott.lM, This Institti-, tiotl whoa fcdveftisenienl appearalrt trUr culumni to-day, pi'8S(8BP3 a high ti putltloM BhKHtsj Mich in-1 niiut ons ilimuiz liuut t im country. Loeated as lijie with iclf ren...

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 1856

AGRICULTURAL. tit tl.ai by th plough would thrive, nimll innttetker huh! nrilrlv.. How we Dip it. SoM twelve year aince, my father bwiklit a farm wliich wa "worked to death," iho- neighbor mid. Well, wo found Ml how it l.ft been work ed, when we pot heavy team and new pluiiglt at work, and ,the Sirjm aoil waa turned ui ai.t inche below tho four inches worked to death. Our neighbor prophe.i rd failure, and when our crop vied with and exceeded their own, they were full of .ermitinjr i to the wonderful atrang-era ao aucceasful in renewing mk-Ii till killed aoil. "What manure did you put on thnl field!" a neighbor usked my father, one morning, aa they wero looking at tlia Lrep-green waving corn, growing to raiikly '.herein. "PloujH dreal plouyk oYi!" anawered lie; "there l.nothintf like ploughing deep and thoroughly pulverixinjr the soil, te bring good crop In all kind of weather." That Mi hud been Mtd us a meadow mm fifteen v.ara, producing half a ton of hay to tii. acre. We brutta it ...

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 1856

fJM! . iIL!!T fflMMLJL . ft B. CWEN, EDITOR k PaOPRIETOR.1 "H5 WHO IWTA F'JT H'S COUNSfcT SilAoVS KOpm." I TERMS $1,(0 A FEAB, IN ADTANCF. NEW BERTl'VJ, VCL. VIII, NO, 18.1, ST. CLA TRHVILLK, Hlf TUURSDA Y. FEBTJART 7, 1856. WHOLE NO. J13 THE CHRONICLE PUBLISHED EVKHV THPttlDAT moiinino Office on North r.lde uf rinin fttreet in the Ner RtatOflK Atdfa n fev door East of tho Court !lMi"f. mid a leu doors '.'. of the Norton Bonn. tcrmi or su.scairTioa. If Paul within HltM montlit, JJoj If nil ansa 'lmttime, li.iin licr diaconllnu-d only at the optioa of tht editor, while arrcaragrs are due. TMII OF.VDVIRTtaiNe. Each aquare, (II llnea or Irae,) three week, f. Krery arte itinnal iiiaf-rjjon, 2,r Yearly ailvpriiinnienta one colunia, $40,00 Hair column, S4.no t . 15.00 rrofrir.ional cent 5 per annum. Ji i All (turn ...MiMi-rl tn the editor mult te paid to I Hire Bltntlvn.cr',( I ! i No paper diirontinued until all arrearage! are lanulma at the option of the editor., Special Message from th...

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 1856

rniig. U U do matter of u.pri tu ; ae in's-tpiienut li"Q, of our position and uvr cbjscte emmaling from the a m a urce. ' Tbil i uot the mode nor tbe timt in vi V ' to ducuat tli themes of thia mes sage. Eipectiag, aa I have (he right to lt peel treat the clear Mats of tli f-xchuive j I em prepared to el w, thu I (hall! tjoy eeit ana) a r'ice on the floor of the ' UuHa. I Killing patiently tu 'bide my , lien." At tli prouir lime and piac how rr. I p'edge myaelf to meet and expose' the oiia-tt'itf intnta of facta and the mors of law led logic which It centaine. It will allow t'lat iharo i nothing but cold cruet-1 ty and inult in tho rrq'it of an appro- j pri;i it to pay an ermy or a lot tu pre-, vaut fmop a JfinMM IHTOl tha Commie- km o: eu'rags and tre&'on. 1 Will show , tint tha movement for a Bute Govern-, t i tt ia ui'iiatatrd oa t.i tha facta of ita I origin and p'Qgreas, and thai oil wo hive tljua io loll direction ha been under the aanction of '.ho prr-cepis mi example! of...

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 1856

odvancn, oept lit oortaia specified cases, nd that when they Inilet! eo to lo the I lime should bo chargnsbo. to them. Mr. ' Grlswold Introdiicod i.n important bill men ding the liw for tho organisation ol cities. Tim public Interest no doubt requires koine changei in tin fespect. The bill hai nine teen sections. Tho discussion of the usury bill will probably be resumed this afternoon. 2. o'clock P. M. Several bills were read a second tire." coo introduced by Mr. Egloy, providing for the punishment of conHtablca who refine to pay over money collected on oxecution. The bill to regulate elections of directum of railroad companies in which the State is etockholder, was read the first time. Tho lionse procednd to elect two Clerks. On the first vote, Mr. liutchins received 67 votes; Mr. W. W. Wheeler, nominated by Mr. Lungdon, 37, so Mr. liutchins was elected, Mr. Cadwell nominated Francis Wheelock Rnd Mr. Corry nominated Charles J. Foster, Mr. Hutchison nominated Mr. Fuller. Mr. Wheeloc...

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 1856

fur- . . ' x t Kt- rig t.g ni' t If ' sr'i ' i ' hi, .fht hi l-ag,.: n T I f.intVmat(t.t gf th M'tnml ntid Utii etittctrigtion o' lltr-. .vr in FlrV' V '..) ''.cm nf th fi ' ) IBs? ' ' THE NEW EXODUS. ' R ttr pi- r. f lie eirt sand. oil Btf ' ' ' e ri rl w Vet, frag t1 ' h ttslige . t" nntttret-W fc.-nd, i tl I HtfcftH itifiH! it uttWwtv r 1 the ftniveiii'h, A''gryt': l'M-t oo!H. tn 'he trlyrm ttbtMCfld booh Now Hindi ifn nitrvi ! olJ. "ito Gad Is rgt!" th romp! Mot'un taya, Wt seek Iht Indent datg, Tarn the iirr feroll, ind make ilill living (ilirnae Atli-ad onn. Ui d wn grcot!" Ami. like the C tl monki hy Mgnil'l weili. Wedtwa of Wn.nl n put. Vi'fii ti in 'tie win leilnj AraMrlli, E c'. dri..-l- r itito th. t. O i' nd ' h- : tv,. r.'iif.ii.N WtmiBI O'n moi Hint httnl. A- I liMj Egypt. fni "cr iwnf IWii I i'tigt tick hai toil id i Ami Mortilnjc nfi'-i Mr-iimn lingliig.waki And, Hitening I i hit ''i -. O'er Amman' grave ami awful iiBtg" briik A wt ui'i huinee mill. Not. n lielnre. w...

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 1856

TOE IEIIMT W iiiMDOLIE. . BCOWEN, EDITOR A PROPRIETOR. "W ' K, Wk JjIJ ITKRMSSWO A YEAR. ! AOfANCft NEW SERIES, VOL. VIII, NO. 19.1 ST. CLA I RSV I LLR, OHIO, TIU'llDAV. Fi:niiUARV 14, ' WHofcE NO. 91 1 THE CHRONICLE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Office on North side i .Vnm Street In the New Masonic Hall, a few doors Enat of the Court House, and a few doors West of the Norton HllIM', Tenia or re. -n: H puiil within tftrr mmilllt, f t" If imid nm.r thinner, '-V PnpprH (liicontinucd only (it the Option c! tli editor While srrraragrs are tin. tf.rms ovApVKRTisiste. fcach aqnare, (11 I inon or Ifm..; ilitrr wetk, J,M 5ery additional insrrlion. Yearly ailvsrtisr.iinnits mi coluinn, f ti'.'M tlalf column, M.W Huarter column, 15,01 Professional cards $!t prr annum. UjAII Irttnrs addreiaed to tlx editor mint lie paid l htnre attention. tfJJ lfTNo paper diiCQfttlnn I until all n-rearaRC art Mtales at the oetion 01 l! ' editor. (i j POETRY. For the Chronicle. False Gems, And True. BY LILY ...

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 1856

..iai M rat Ski si i't tui: Naff, i'he report nl the fterrrtiry of tie Nsw eieuir-m! the cnatruc'tla u additional alalia sloops at war ll expresses entire i salielaetioA with the resah df the apprentice ship syeteoi aed with thu legislation of (lie l i at L'ongrcee n he'ial ufihl navy. It main Unit the abolition nf corporal pnnilhment, A rao-ireends in Mfnv of Ida marina corps tad to Hi- 4 i . to 10,001 nu n. The ftrcretsry tUMaiit' the general action "' bjda Naval U'lirifig Bnird, but iniim.itea hi Kdins to id in re-toting and oflYere in facial ca rho Uava been Snjlistly tvaMtee. ttaHifor targ . r-j,. it'.. ! tfla Postmitcr Geni-ril anira ta that t'i ituiiinj privilag be rl I if public doxt- j . aJ !i'r.' on. miV-'e, buines in 're-, oJsu tii charge . f'jll ret" anon nrwspl-l nam ta all eatta, inalejd of half ratal whan jit J ijjartorly Iu i. , I'a n. .stm i !-! ( onmoulauty irapy::iM! by p.-.i .g 'lamps! u b jab", psmahb-', eireuUri and other I Va3iant rjU'Wr ll" ngain ur.o ll. ail...

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 February 1856

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOOK & JOB PRINTING. TIT E srs ..rrpared lo egeeotO, ia the Mat eiyle, end ip TV 01 ehorl notice all kindi of Cnrtlt, Handbills Pntntihlete I i re ii I an, Ticket, Pouter, Check, i - PPOR i nmmoa, Id 1 1-II i nil a, Mlniilte, LAWYER'S II It IK IS, 4fC, cc. In ehott nil kimla ul FANCY JOB PRINTING Done in a style t.i give satisliiclion to tho ninat faeliiliou-., at lite Hi:i.uoriT Olltcmirl.t OPPlCR. All jrdert promptly nttonili.il to. J T I rtlKMDI itttvertiuetneiita and ink fei a mutt k paid lor in advance J-AII communications and advertisements nutatl he hniided in liclore 10 o'clock Ou Wcdnciday, or be delay etinnotlier MMi To Teachers. aBJeTHF: BO Aid) ( IF SCHOOL EXAM oJjSff tpalis, will meet in the school lieuse un W Mtriatta street in St. CmiRsvimj, on ejanUv Fob. S3, at 10 o'clock A. M. e.dtr nl tha Hoard. D D. T. COWEN, Clerk. KrWi are under renewed oWigntiuns for favori in tha way of now subscribers Muring the past week. Send ...

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 1856

Ol 8BM1W lloRIFI THAT OViKREACU I win bred Tm BtJ jruOth a Uln kninii li and farmr . am! whether a mints 1 mechanic or nt. I was aKvay inaioni to know tin whyt acd whereforea o Ihlnrfa, it mem properly spenkin..', the la-uni'ivs and pre pn'tivi. I wsi a's fond of trying ex MriBMttB BBM en. i UllBgB app. aret! fafuranl'- o imnro itn I wns g.ll.r- niiy. in tin' r'io.p .Mm ni v I liner in tin fc'rTirij:. r;.. il -, i.nl sii.-h other time aa f eating be -fare! In. ill ilic farm an achMl. Bjf hriiiit in lh ihop M ni'.R'h, I uBlaii.ed Ihe views al '.ha rafmerl IH! Iv, and by lhat U milled to ni ike many iiiipr.mn.iii Is mi ilie lurm. I l.'urued alao that mmy farmers eniertaia tarjf erruMatM ticwi about aracfcainiUiirtf, (:md I night add blaiksmitln I .) Blitl they acre bound to dictate according to tin ir prrjitdicrs; ui for intunce, one aajrli "Thlt horad oef reached. I tint "on la BUI "- forward ahoea al far forward ' eet the hind ikvfi at tat Btcki 1 ' "';itl'ar the-n nlT." 1 u.i d "m ...

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