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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 March 1856

TOE t MPT 5f lt fe R. COWEN, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. "HE WHO LOVES NOT HIS COUHTBY GAN LOVE NOTHING." TERMS $1,50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. . i ; - p NEW SERIES, VOL. VTII, NO. 25. ST. CLAIR8VILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY. MARCH , 1856. QJ WHOLE NO. 820 THfi CHRONICLE; PUBLISHED KVK.R THURSDAY MORNINO Office on North side of Main Street in the New Masonic Hall, a few oor East of the CoBrt House, and a few doori West of the Nortoa House. TBfcas or suncairTioM. ft psli) within three months, V" t.f nairl enr thattliiie, ,Oi Fepers discontinued mils st ths opiioa of ths sditor, tlile arrearages err dllS. TKRMS oriDViaTtHNe. Each square, (11 lines st lass,) three week, (1,00 ' ptretv Mdilioiial insertion, SS JSs'rljr artvertissmsnts one column, 040,01) Wall column, 84,00 ttatftfjf column, 13,00 vroressionsl csrds 03 psr annum. i'di Istters addressed to Ma editor must he paid to a tu re attention -eOI JIJrro paper dtscontimied until sll arrearaies are raunless st the option of the editor dl i ' LAWS OF...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 March 1856

V tn t' ol Mr ftftjh b maki Ihe inletr-i tfrstVavpry prrtf-'ifeiuani nrH con. vO't this RepobiiVt tllp duly tMerum.-nl w'Sch prt!ic9 u w Minded dpon human right intd nl igflirn Slive empire thl orid hit trer leeri IUt K It iinprtsslbll to derelve nursret 'ongee. The events of tht ftst yeir have Ji.or.med the design, of t'e Slave power, Ai'd thi d.'spirate m-ani it t prepared t ttie tor their iccompHth tneht. We fcthr."i s.'nii nut run longer to ihe fan thst ht Blavrlmlding intercut Is determined in fhtract the trndrrtcieii of tim w ef rttt,tnn( by it own energy, by il buti) appropriation of ill the powers arid tit the (loverum)!, and by the violation, 1t 'need be, ol the most Hatred rampant A V 'rrfirnmiaet It It resulted thai Slavery thtll bo under the nstlvnal l! .g -ihil ft thill no longer lie the cfellure ol local it, hot that it shall ''and clothed with all 1 1. MMHIMMi and IttltailrM by nil tit power ol this great Republic. Ii Is de terminant that the President nhill do ita bi...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 March 1856

U.I1 ' . - . THE BKHEONT CHRONIOK. LOCAL INTKLL1UENUE. BOOK & JOB PRINTING. Wk are .irepered io etecute, is the beet eiyle.and ip sa ebon autlcs all kluda of Rooks, Cnrele, Handbills, I'ftmphleta, Cirealnrs, Tickets, Posters, Check, Lutein, I' roe. r ft rrl tries, BIIMIends, .llnnbs, LAWYER'S lllill ls A , . Ac. I (hurl nil kin. Is of FANCY JOB PRINTING Doae in stile tti gitn estisfiictliin to tho must Mstidinti., at the tLnT CiU'.xiciji Oirtug. All ed promptly sttendnd to. TlDlint advertisements end job-work mnst I etiniil lor in advance. communication nnd advertisements mint t handed in before III o'clock on Wtdueedey er lie ...ley edanolhcr week. To Teachers. fMAnTHR board of SCHOOL exam jflftsT '"as. will meet in the school house on t ?; Marietta street in St. Ci.4irsvu.li, on ' terdt.y April 5. at 10 o'clock A. M. By order of the Board. 1) I). T. CO WEN, Clerk. School Examination. The Examination of the Schools or St. Clairaville, will tike place on the 36th, 87th. 88th day...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 March 1856

COMMUNICATION. M . t.vit k Wu prmniafu in our latl en imunieation thai we would offer oni thoughta upon what eonccivrd to b the most corree. irflhod of training iht youthful ruind and heart. It matters bui little how well we may r0'"1 out ,hf ture and cauaea or n disease, II we ahall offer no specific for iia cure. How well vp hart given the cauaea of the prevailing moral disease, or how well we muy point out tba remedy for the eame, wo shall leave for othere to judge. That it is tho bind ing duly of every individual, to whom haa ben consulted the deatiny and wvli'trt o. coy of JErlaini; gi-norsti.ni, to provide lor their ilvtlewctiiiil culture and their trnirtinu ill the eleiaciitury prinniplea of good bf havlor, and correct morals, i a truth which eeds no demonstration. We are exceed ingly anxious thii their bodies ahou.il be nourUh.vl with plenty of wluleeome food, in order to their healthy physical develop ment; how much more should we be con cerned about the prefer fcuiJ lor th...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 April 1856

B S, COWEN, EDITOR k PROPRIETOR. v "HE WHO LOYES NOT HIS COBNffcY GAi4 LOVE liOTHING." TERM8 $1.50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. NEW SERIES, VOL. VIII, NO. 26. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHKVTtttJIlSDAY. APRIL 3, 1856. 1 WHOLE NO. 031 " ii.i . . THE CURONIOLEl PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Office on North side of Mnin Hirer In the New Mrnonic Hull, a lew door Vntt of the Court House, nnd a lew doors cM ( the Norton House. TERM" Of SUBSCRIPTION. tl said within thrne months, t'j'n .f paid arwr that time, ,M Paperi diicnminund onljr t th eptloa of Iht aditor, Vhila i real agei are due. i,pin OFADVIRTtBINO. ch aiintre, (1! 1ln or li,)thtee weak, 1,00 .thy additional insertion, X early aclvertiaeineiils one columa, $40,m half column, Quarter column, 15,00 vrofemiona! carda per annnm. JTT'AII letters addreaied to the editor muil be paid to .nre attention., If, JO" ptprr dircdntlnHed until all arrearages are raunleaa at the option of the editdr.iU LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 25.] AN ACT. To ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 April 1856

' 1 g 1,1 wi'h hopes "I MCtnfi winch Mm long and rfretrj niijhti turned no He bitterness of ( i.nr Thus tim pasid umil the third ty, when one uf thr little babd, R im. eh'th vreo,Hite too 'thta t ahie'd film r.nn th blek weather, snk Under the v nhined effects of r.nhl an I hiyf, unit jut body m eommilt4 km he deep. Th- n a OnviO oM In th-- nl her husband ml li.iU daughter, and hr corps wi ileo silent I dropped mlo Hi r. The foorth diy om? aW 1ih li the Mm tugry , tb sun tesdvn sky --no rty of hop mj w1.t viable The cold wst no intense that II almost trr.t" th? marrow, iml not 1 ,r..p r,f water could he obtained, white only fm.. . qinniilv uf ktuid remained. Httmsn . h-iture could no) brtr tin mncli longer agsinst Ih if exposure and privation, when, just as i.i -y wi re about to give tp all hope, the wind lulled, and lo! a brig hove in tight. Sim wi not very far off"," and they pull ed far her with might nd main. Signals were also made. F.r fine time they eeein- il lo g.im i.yjii h-...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 April 1856

THE BELMONT (: H RONI r I.E. I LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ECOK & JOB PRINTING.1 11T k are .irepared in SieHlte, in lh belt style, Slid ip TV sa short notlco all kinds ol Hntk, OWte llnndhill, I'nmplilrt, Ciri'tilnrs, Ticket., Potters Cheek, -' rrogritmmra, llill.llrrttts, lllnnks, I l AWYKH'S mill I N, Ac., Ac. In triorl ill kinds of FANCY JOB PRINTING k Dunn in n stylo J.i give sniisfficlinn to tlin ntnet , MtMlOM, M IM BtLWMI Ciironiclk On ice. All 'ftlrrs i promptly nttoniliil lo. I ISrTrtlMWnl advertisements and job-work mum r I a paii! lor in arlvnnce. L Qy- cnmmiinirntlnn, nnil mlverttscmonts. mint ' l e hamlril in befbt. 10 o'clock on Wiuilofliluy, er bo -it work. To Teachers. I fa&a'inv. board of SCHOOL EXAM- I fer? iNrKR, will ment in tltc si 'linol hnuso on i Mnricittn slrcctin St. Ci.air.ivim.e, on ' tanlnv April S. nt 10 o'clock A. M. i Br order of the Honrd. - ' j D D.T. COW F.N. Clerk, k Announcement. f Mr. EniTon- Please announce WM. feVANS as an Independent candidat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 April 1856

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. C briar ami NovArMtM Mri. for a Pu KammiT . llndcf this hcd we find the . following in an KnIiah periodical) "Tike halt a pound of jrtunl rice, which will swell , well, ,ut it in a baeln of co:d water oyer r (tn ; take huh a pound of ont-mealt and mix It roowth in another batin of cold water, name time. In the morning put the rice on in a Urjjo saucepan, add more water, and p.irt oat-meal; let it lnwljr boil up, add more water, and more oat-meal, till the latter ha keen mi.xcd in by degre-'S. Stirring it Of ten, lot it simmer for tWo or three hours, and the pound of rrnteri! will be found to yield four pound of rfniJ, solid food. Add auir, treacle and milk, if possible) or an onion, and a few carrota, or a red herring cut tip, if aavory food is preferred to sweet' Hut be mire to put in a spoonful of salt, and a piece of dripping." New Gold Varkish, Which Doe sot' Lise its Color by Exposure to Air ard Light. A very beautiful and permanent gold varnish may be prepare...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 April 1856

B B; COW EN, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR.! "HE WHO LOVES HOT HIS COUittBY GAH LOVE IIOTHIIIO." TERMS $1,50 A TEAR, IN ADVANCE. NEW SERIES, VOL. VI1T, NO. 27. ST. CLA1KSVILLK, OHIO, THURSDAY. APRIL 10, S5C. WHOLE NO. 22 THE CHRONICLE. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. Office on North side of Main Street in the New Mnsonic IIMI, n lew doom Prist of the Coprt House, and h lew doom West of the Norton House. TKRHS or SUSSOairTlON. I! paid within thru inonthe, Jfi 'f,ni(t aner thatlime, . .. , rpcr. OseemrmM only In. ptioa of the tditor, I hil arrsaraics art due. TrRMH nmnvKRTiiiNO. fcich aquarr, (11 linen ot lea,) three weeh, IM ferny additional inmrliftn, JJ .Vtatiy advcrliieiiientaone column, flu.mi Half column, J.'JJ Hnartrr column, 15.00 ProiCMional cards (A per annum. jnrAH leltera acldreaeed to iht editor must he paid to It auf S attention JJH ITrNo paper Jicontlnued until all arrearajea are raunlen at the optinR of the editor .JJl POETRY. From the Ohio Columbian. HIAWATHA. Bltould vou...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 April 1856

EUROPEAN NEWS. Arrival of the Steamer Atlantic. Basbt Hooi, April 9. The sleaniahip Atlantis, with Liverpool dstee 10 iht I9lh ti l. hss t timed hare. Ths follow injr U a i inmsry of her Intelligence: Lmnrooi.Mirfh Rale of Cbrtnn for lie last t day hav been H.000 tles. Itlnr- j hft closed dull, price easier, silt not qnothbly lower. The depression i confined to lower qttslUIrs, sslf s to exporter nave boen S.000 bab-; to speculator 2,. Vie- bile. The Mmchsdrr market liquiet and firm. Breadlulfs gsnertlly unchanged, but markets j dull, n jiniruny tnd wholly nnsltereH. The Stiftr market t losed n active demand. Cof fee dull. Th money market closed steady. Con eel rather weak at 91 4 njj Peace la considered a virtually concluded. Toe arrival at Paria of Pruaala'a Plenipoten tiary la only wanted to sign the protocol. The Km pre m Eugenia hai given birth to a on. No news haa been received of the missing rteimer Paeite. There i nothing in relation to American affaire. The Atlantic left on...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 April 1856

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ECCK & JOB PRIMTINQ. Wl' are iirepSfSd in assents, in IM neat nytc, end in n ahurt nuticc nil kinds m Jlnol,., Cnrtls, ITntiilliillv, lnmlilrt. Or-nlnre, I i. I. . : . -! ' . t'hrrld, l.nlirle, Progrninmra, II ill-1 1 mile, iri.-nl LAWTMM nit i i:i s, Ac, Ac. Tn short nil kinds of FANCY JOB FEINTING Pone in n fty In Id give IBtisRijettOfl to llio most hstMIOBs, at the lift. most (JiiPO d i k Ofnrs. All etlera jironiptly nttrnd'H to. HrTrimMiit idrertlssmsBts slid Job-work Blast i e pnid fur in nilvance. ISrAII enmiiranlQttloni ami sdrertlsemeinf! mcst 1 e hindedln behire 10 o'clock on Wedneedsy, or bo mlay tdtnatbl r week. i - MEDICAL. THE BEUWONT MEDICAL SOCIETY, will hold its minimi meeting ut the Natipnal HtiTEi., in St. Clairsvillr, on jTliursdiiy 17ili inst., nt 10 o'clock A M. April 10th, 1866. H. WEST, Sec. . THE BOARD OF MANAGERS, OF the Brlmont County Agricultural Society, will meet at the Clerks Office, in St. CIllPs Ville.bn ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 April 1856

For the Chronicle. The Christian Traveler. Life It j urnry, mil 'will soon be passed ( through by nil who have commenced it. i When once It ii commenced, there ie no ; turning hack; there is no standing mill, The journey mutt be travelled ,to the end. On Wiit way ia found variety of character, Irom the highest of earth's tttalntnentt, to the lowest of earth's .degradations. A vest emigration, a mulliliiiliiicus bsbling throng; bending with uiiceaeitig step to the Inr off lard. Tu the mere idle tpectstor there may appear but little, or in his opinion, no differ rncc in the cliarait er of this multitude. An-i oteer however upon rioter observation would say androa character pantos JEklogou gnuri zetai. But this is not true, lur every tin ia not known y his Ipttflh, Yet how i n r varied may be the cliuractcr of this vnut trav elling host, there ia one tern among them whose name is christlim, Jio represents an entireclaas. Allho' B man ol like passions vt ith those by whom his is surroun...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 April 1856

. tyhwi Cjmmitle. I PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNISG I OIm ob Forth lUe of Main Street in I the Hew limk Hal 1. a few deore East of the Court House. run or iUHCurno. It Bate withia Miree BMBtfea, 15 ifSSHiaAer that lie, t,00 Tkpen diacoatiBBed oal at tba aptioa of tae editor, wMtaarfaarigaa art do TSBJBS oriB'UTUIK. BaeBeqaarc, (11 lias or leaej three week, Brery additional iiwertjoa, Tearly adyettiiiaiiataoaa oaluaa, '5 4 Balf colaaa, Qaarier eolaaa, 15,00 , Prafcaaional cardi $1 per nnm., ' T7"A!I letten addreaaed to tba editor mult ke paid to ' aaare aataatioa Jjt TTTKo paper diecoatiaaad aatil al I arrarajf are t haaaiaaa at the optioa of the editor JI Selected Poetry. Little Charlie—a Lament. BY T. B. ALDRICH. b Sunshine, making golden spoti Upon the carpet at ruy feet The ehadowa of the coming flowera! , The phantoms of forget-m :-nou , And rose red snd sweet! How can you aeeaa ao full of joy, ( And we ao aad al heart and orst Ange! of death! again thy wings ( Are foldad at ou...

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 April 1856

[From the Evening Post.] A Southern Slaveholder Sending to N. Y. for a Sharpe's Rifle. The following is an eatrtct from a letter of a citiwuofthe inefierof Kentucky, dated Feb. ita, and alfcresseJ to an active and efficient fricna ef the Free Slate men in Kansas, flow to thia city. It show that Mr. Pierce's Kansas policy is by no mean k errveriiNy popular in the Slave State as he anil Kb advisers suppose: Y''Dti Sir: Sly object in writing to you is to know how I can procure a Sharpe's rifle Sot afty other equally aa good. I intend to emigrate next month to Kansas , and will be m the side of Freedom. Although I am a slaveholder, yet I am, in 'the broadest sense, Anti-Slerery, and as a proof of my principle, intend to take my slave to Kansas end liberate him. It is a cruel, wicked and unjust law of our State that prevents alaveho ders from liberating their slaves here. The Free State men in Kansss have been greatly outraged. There s a man now in this county who Toted in Kansas, whil.t...

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 April 1856

Local Intelligence. To Teachers. m am THE board of school exam i"M. will meet in tbe school bouse rTBsY on Marietta street in St. Claiisville, I on -V tmrdkjr April. 2. at 10 o'clock A. M. Br order ot the Ftosrrl. D D. T. COWEN. Clerk. Our Paper. At a very heavy outlay we have procured one of Foster'! patent presses, and some new material, and enlarged the Cheoxicle one fourth over its former size. It is now the largest newspaper in this part of the Bute, and Urge as some, and larger than others printed at the seat of government at a high er price. It will be observed that the for mer price, ($1,50 in advance.) is still ad hered to; this we do calculating on an in creased list of subscribers, and an increased promptness in paying. We ask our readers 'now to compare our paper in its present form with other papers published at the same price and then answer candidly, which is the chea per paper. We have now upwards of 1 100 subscribers, and if each one of them will procure one new one...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 April 1856

Agricultural. Indian Corn. The Prairie Farmer ha the following notice of thu corn: "Some time ago we penned a brief enotion in re g arJ to this large new humbug; bo( it would appear tbat aoueihing more" ouglit to be eatd on the subject. 'The WyauJotte,' or South-Western Squaw Cortr, h one of those varieties of nofl white corn in much favor with the Indian for home consumption, as it easily wade ready for Vse without the aid of a Boat. IndVerf, it is more than pro bsble that it cannot be kept long, if reduced to meal-, and it rs eqniily certain that it uiil not do for f-hippiug in any form, being (most, if not quite, destitute of the oil so necessary to its preservation in bulk. There can be no doobt, however, that as fnr South as Morgan eonnty, in tiiis State (Illinois.) the variety will ripen reasonably well.though probably not much, if any, North of there. But irawi rip-nal, i is lit onJy for distilling or for starch; it cannot be kept in bulk.jand is loo tasteless lor bread; thou...

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 April 1856

PUBLISHED EVERYJHUBSDAY MORNING Dffiee ob XorihSside of .Main Street i p the New MaWnrc IJall, a few doors Eut of the Court Boose, mil or csaciiFTioM. II ftid wkkn three moaUis, ,. If liter thai lime. s. Pipert discontinued rule at lb option of Ike editor, while arrearaf a are due. TEBM8 OF ADVERTISING. Each aqnare, (11 line or Jew,; three week, tl.eo Every additional iMertioa, 5 mm Yearly advertisements one column, ! Half celussa, S4.( f Quarter column. lfll L Professional cards 93 per annum.; TJTpAll letters addressed to the editor most be paid to V asiire attentiowJ 7C7No paper discontinoed'until all arrearages are pea n leas at the option of the editor TT! Original Poetry. Lines written on hearing of the Catastrophe at Camden. , 5 Say, do yon bear that sound of woe ' That floats upon the Eajten breozo , While throbs the heart in pulses low, t And the life blood's quicL gtshes freeze? Death seems to wear the victor's crown, I . And reign in triumph o'er our racs; As in the city, ...

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 April 1856

Foreign News. ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC. zw Yoki, April 17. The atliaissejf BMtic arrived off Sandy hook to-day. Ou tbe 30th ult. the treaty of peace as actually signed mt Paris. Nothing has been heard of the steamship Pacific - The AthnlioaaV arrived out at Llver- Peace was proclaimed on the 2d :ns' Commercial Floor, improved demand. fir ml j held at late rales. Corn quiet had un changed. Lird quiet, pending large arrivals from the Continent. Tailutv steady. Big nd, Athga Sl Co., of L verpool, quote. Wheat laid dearer. Beef r.d Pork unchang ed. Bacon active at i:2.-6da;Gi at auction tw.k. Cheese exhausted. Rosin dull at 47daSs. The Baltic is at anchor outside the har bor. Papers arrived at 11 o'clock, without previous announcement. The treaty of peace was signed by all the plenipotentiaries on Sunday. .March 30th Great demonstration were made in Paris, fi;ing of cannon illuminat oa. Much more quiet ratification caiuot be expected within iuur weeks. The Africa arrived twt on the 30th. C...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 April 1856

Local Intelligence. To Teachers. HlTHG BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAM BfixtBs, will meet in the school bouse wmw ob Marietta street in St. Claiw. illi, on tnrdhy Apnl . 26. at 10 o'clock A. M. By order ot the Board. D D. T. COWEN. Clerk. OTFor the last week or two the sweet violet and even the modest little snowdrop, Pv have plead eloquently with the etern old ty- rant Winter, and we all 'thought that his obdurate, icy heart was melted and he had quietly retired to his Northern retreat, but a day or two since he came back with his P fierce breath, breaking the gentle hearts of the flowers, and freezing their tears upon L their cheeks. It is the old story of broken promises and hearts. We quote as remark ably appropriate in the present "spell of weather", those expressive lines frcm the pen of I. Donohoo, written expressly for the occasion: The first bird of Spring attemptec" to sing, But ere be had sounded a note, He fell from the limb ah! a dead bird was him The music had friz in his throat....

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 April 1856

Laws of Ohio. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT SupplemCTtarv to an Brt defining the row-rrs ana duties ol Justices of the Peace and Constables in criminal cases. Sictjos 1 . Be it euietal Wy (nf raT Aem Wvof the State of Ohio, That whenever any p.r ,on or p. . n shall ie arrested lor commuting Miy ZtWkT hich by th. lnwsot tbrt Mate i-u.nshi-ble bv fin or imprisonment in the mmmmxf F?-g both fine and imprisonment in eta onum, jail, J or they stall be admitted 1 the Mayor or Jus'i. bHore whom he or they srtnllbe rtfMgt. to plead guilty to the charge, a, terred.arH the Mayor or Ju t'eebetore whom tueh plea sha.l be pUa.led, ,s hereby authored to inpo-e upon the onVnier or olfruders such punUlonciit a- is by l nfflged to the ofi'cnse ommitievi. or in Lis discretion to reeoC nize each off. mier or dhmitm to ap;enr at the and term ot tin- proper court 1 1 answer .wiceriimg the wm-as in disease-., an I such ' whtn he pronounces fin.-.! BenlMsee u & ird to examine witne to moeaua the rvxm...

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