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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 1 May 1856

PUBLISHED EVERT THUESDAY MORNING Mm oa North side of Mai Street in the Hew Masoais Hall, a few doors Bast of tke Conrt Hou-e. TIB or SDSSCElrTIOS. II paM wttnia three aaoaOia, f 5P If paesefter taettiaee. 2, SO Km discoDtinoM only at tb option of the editor, wWl 11 1 m ig si art die. TE8JM OrsDTCSTIINa. Each aware, (11 lleeaor M,;ijae week, fl. Brer additional inaertion. 25 Yearly aerertieemenU one colons, ! Baif column, 24,00 Quarter ,-ohnnn, 15,00 ProfeaaionaJ card $3 per annum.; j All letters addreaaed to tb editor must be paid to sure attention -TT JON paper disoontiaand'until all arrearajra are Ban n leas at the option of tbe eilaor.'TT Selected Poetry. Spare My Heart from Growing Old. Old Time, I ask a boon of thee Thou 'at stripped my hearth of many a friend, Ta'en half my joys add all my glee Be joet for wee to make amend; And, ajnee thy hand must leave its trail. Torn locks to gray, torn blood to cold Do what thou wilt with form and face, But spare iBy heart from growing ol...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 1 May 1856

Republican Presidential Convention. CIRCULAR OF THE NATIONAL COMMITTEE, NATIONAL COMMITTEE, Appointed at Pillsbury, 22d of February, 1856. We solicit your attention to the c ill which lias preceded this paprr. Ft u not only to recommend to th-i people the ira neJiate selection of delegates fp-m the several States, equal in number to three times the representation in Congress to which each State is entitled, to meet on the 17th ol June, at Philadelphia, to p-eseut such indi viduals as they may deem best suited to up hold the cause to which they are derated a. eandidates for the Presidency and Vice Pre sidency; but also to invite the members of It parties who feel it to be the dominant iasue which should Ctwtrolj the election, t meet at the same laaw and place, to confer with the Convention a., to '.he sent omne tu crown their common wishes v. itli saccesa. One of the parties winch will be represented at Philadelphia has akea tb name of Re publican, becatcc it war given to that found ...

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

Local Intelligence. COUNTY CONVENTION. The People of Belmont Count-, without regard to past political dif ferences or divisions, who are oppos ed to the repeal of the Missouri v Compromise, opposed to the meas ures tod policy of ihe present ad ministratioa,opposed to the extension of sLnrery in the Territories in favor of admitting Kansas as a Free Staie and in favor of restoring the action of the government to the principles of Washington and Jefferson; are earnestly invited to meet at the Court House, in St. Clairsville on Thursday, the 22d of May, and ap point five Delegates to meet in Con vention, on the 29th, of May at Co. J.CMBFS, to nominate candidates for state officers, an electoral ticket, and six delegates at large to represent the State of Ohio, in the Philadelphia Convention June 17, to nominate candidates for President and Vice President of the United States. It is also recommended that there be a district Convention held in Babkesville, on the 28th of May to appoint t...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 1 May 1856

Laws of Ohio. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT. .ni.ulcinentary o 'ae act en ded wrrc ike rur!y tft Ekciwi " "- - me. Simon 1 Be it enaaieJ !' t funeral tom U of the stale ot Ohio, n ' "? 'C' "n, "' iBreons, at in t4ecuni. betdbe rtrtne ot any le at tliis Stau.- Ui nay ward f any city, ur in DDI wwirehip or ek -u'.i. ineriuct. of aiiy usuulj lu U is State, rlnii milawfuliy, wtker by Uce. w leoce, truJoro'-i improper weans, ootajn ;---seeiono enr bU-i.x. -r any bam KhH i.on.ornrtore f 'h1' , been duly taken 1 such btliot-U by rue udxM t election accordiau inlaw, mio per.n -.i vrs.ns8iiall dtaiflij o and ball upon comi ''.ioii then"! w uwiwilJ hi lh-penitentiary ol ilk- Sanaa ami top al L-'nl bortor a term not m than lhr i n -rlees t:.au one ear at the discretion "f ttie our: . ' Sec 2 It anv p-r.-...; r :.--'n- s ful.ydesirov iriJU-b-JI oaed, o:.j UHuC or vote oepo-iied, any p i iok kept a; auj i held by virtue ot .in Larad ihu fit ' nacn I' 1 ' am or p. r:-sin !i ' gwr '' 9 ' nnd shal...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 May 1856

PUBLISHED EVKRV THURSDAY MORNING Office on ortU wide of Main Street in tbe New Mssosie Hall, few doers East oi tke t ourt Hoase. nut or acascairnos. It saU wttbiaUirwBMiBUa, '- If paid alter tbtllsme. S,M f apen dittonnaaed only at the eption of the aditGr. white arrearages are due . rsKMSorADmnsisw. Each iit-p (II liaca or to, thrae week, 1 1 .' Btctj aaditioaai iawlina. ,H'r ' m ' '-- $WflH Bait calomn. (taaVTCtlomn, I,8 Picfwiinil card $3 per aaama.. HTPAII tetxen aiMriwaed tk the editor irait be paid to vare attention TCpKo paper dmcantianed until all arrearage are Monicas at the option of the editor .,2 Slected Poetry. From the Wheeling Intelligencer. OLD TOM. ' After Life'a fitful fever, btileeps well.' We have laid Uim at ret. where the soft dews of Spring Msjr tall, like sweet tear?, on his grave Where tbe robin and red-bird his requiem may sing And the forest trees orer hini wave. We have left him to sleep in the field of his toil. Where, so often, be led on the plough: And...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 May 1856

foreign news. American Affairs in the British Parliament. Troops for Canada. TV Ear; r r.:v. said He wi-'.-d toaut a j s UMtwl to Lord I'unnwre. A rcp.rt wa;t abroad t the effect lat lara belies troops stsJ a jre.l qiantity oi ammunition ,. wr.- ibMIt to Lc de-pach'd to Canada. : , This rfport had ranged a great deal : aiixi- f rtv to the pubt ic i.t.od; aud, therefore, he j I deMr.t know whether lucre was any fouud.-.t'on fur that r-'po-t! . II Lord Pjumur : : 'i I it ' I1"" K,i'' U'M 1 i : prti.nol t'i- trotpn returning iroin the Crimea eryaM hive t B : " "! "" Colon i id i tertiee, anJ it was not impassible that, for ! i flu tffcanrr ,: ' law arany, -'me nflj ihH biifadu r -" have be tuatU over the Cannd.-. I " tin- r port that I i n ! ill i iwli wpl t'J - fS"' force there forth? purpoe : aggteawonji was rntirsiv without roinialioa hjar., A large ijiw.titr of iwn-!ition and great ( nimber ')i' r (Opeliad !. -n aritWranra from j t tic North American : ! .:,: . duria the prosecutio...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 May 1856

Local Intelligence. To Teachers. .THE board of school exam- nSPisEKs, will ran t in tlie school hoc on Marietta street in St. CuinsviLLE. on turdky May 1". at 10 o ciuck A. M. Bv order ai ihp RnnrH. D L. T.COWEX.Qerk. by (Crlt is barek possible that there are those who will read this article who would be classed among the "bachelors bashful;'' if such is the case, let them desist, for Hs.s XAL.L & Swiaeikges's stcrc, in Wheeling, is no place for them, it is always too much filled with "ladies fayre." At no other es tablishment, however, can mch a leautiful mssortment of goods be fuund, and b&shful ness must be rubbed off, or ground in. Try t. Ambkotypes. Among the iate improve ments in art, none rank higher than the Ambrotype, or the art of transferring the human free to glass. This process, besides being softer in tone, has several great ad Vantages over the old style. 1st. They can be taken in from one to five seconds; 2d. They never fade w ith age, ni they are her- . metr...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 May 1856

Laws of Ohio. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT T prc-tide for tuc wiifcrti g sail ana nciicr regiiln-in.if th- 1M aytanf !! at.d dag e of lata) and the iitear..-. Acnes 1. Be r-rn.-.ed br '.he llrncral Awm Urr58nir4 Clio. Tte: e -braa 'nnn. asylami located n .V.V -.- C- mtan aa 1 Bwr- w eaBotf. the NottSr.c '.'hi? La it U Ay. Jm. the Cen ral ton L.:t vis aajtaea. aJ Ohia Lnns-.c Aj: i-inf Thr rufiiww -null be itaaai and.-r the -mv I BasK-Ma mala ol trmt-ts. w r p-ji.Tfi aadaa 'hia act. dec. 2 T:ei.-i!owia; cini- shaB r-oinp-wc tin nwhern dis'rict. xvt.i - ' i.l Vnt&ai hatha r-nbern r!m. to wil: Wi. i :- -. hullo u r nM Wooi.O'o'va S-tn-W.y. ' Erj . D iron. Lorain, Medio, Warae, Cay " : lAnpnaCtofk, fal. TTumi. lV'ar. A -at.; ra!a, Trum'.NiU. Mahoning and Cdunibi .n '. The lltilowins uaamiai r '" J" dietnet, anl b'-n'tachiri t th rtral a-ylu-n. wit ITlfill ii raoMiat. V.-, WjX M jr, SM jy. ftarUin Vln f M -'irv. Htm-A Harlin! I.,l"ii. Cim: MijMitH. MadJin. ViriT- Maries, in : . Ora...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 May 1856

PUBl.rSHll) EVERY BWMI WHIW 3rhp on North side of Main Street io the New Masonic Hall, a few doors Last of tke Conrt House. TFBne or elBSCaiTTioS. II paid within three mcntlic, 9 5 I f rM after that u me. 2,00 Paper atac4mtBued only at tbc eption of ibe editor tM arrearajres are see. Ti.RnisoranvraTieiNG. 0 fach sqnare, (11 linea or leea.) three week, SlM Every arid itkma! inacrtion, S5 Yearly aitTertieementa one cofcuns, flail column, M". Uaar.er column, lij' Profeniowal cards S3 per annum JTTAII letter addrevaed u the editor ntaat he paid ts a -rir alt ent Ki JJl JfTKo paper diacuntinned until all arrearaf ra are paunleoa at the option of the editors .; Original Poetry. Lines to an absent Sister. Lydia thou hast gone and left us, In toe Badger State to dwell Gone from Father, Mother .Sisters Brothers, All the friends who lov'd thee well When we gather round the hearth stone And rork in Mother's old arm chair Then we miss that smile of gladness And vainly wish that thou were there ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 May 1856

"Shebijt J'jjes. In the St. Louis R -mbiican, of Aped 3th, wc fiad m letter from n correspondent, dated at Westport, Mis r, from which we clip this extract, con cerning the nhootmg of June.-, at Lawrr nee: "Gen. Wkitucld sent a dispatch by M fx press ri'er to Co ! . Boon , tflk in place. T h "uUei received it this morning early, an immediately ieft in a hack for Lawrence with Mrs. Inns, the a ile of the unfortuna't Sheriff. It is sincere')- hoped that she aruM get there before tiie brave fellow dies." From this ii is plain that the hogea ' Sheriff" Jones lived at Westport, in :h Slate of Missouri. aud was nut a resident ii Kansas at ail. There his wife and family resided, and thither he sent for her. Am jet it is for res i tin!.' usurped authority id this Misaoeriau '.hat the people of Kansa. are called traitors and law-break 'rs. A M 11 wight the people of Pittsburgh be cj! led trait for questioning and re.-istnig nW acts of a citizen ut Virginia claimed to he a Sheriff We do not e...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 May 1856

Local Intelligence. To Teachers. tTHE BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAM Kjfyivm. will meet in the school house fWSr on Marietta street in St. Claibsville, ob w turcKv Miy IT. at 10 o'clock A- M. Br older ol the Board. D D. T.COW E3C Clerk. THE ChKOHICLE FOE THE CaMPAIGS. As the coming campaign bids fair to be one of more than ordinary interest, we have con cluded to offer the Chrosicle for the cam paign, from June 19th to December 1st, at I the following rates, in advance: One copy - Two copies $1 35 j I Five 3.25 Ten 6,00 fjJ-Our friends Eektoh &. Bell intro duce themselves te the Chbohicle resdere I this week, in an advertisement. They have been established in business quite a number I of years, and are know n as manufacturers of none but the best kind of goods. , Qr Among the different establishment? , . for the manufacture of Boots and Shoes in j 1 town, that of Mr. S. J. Abbott ranks high, 1 I and deservedly so, for he is an excellent workman. See advertisement. NEW BOOKS. Salad for the...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 May 1856

Agriculture. Trimming Trees. "As soon hsyiiig is over, fruit trcei of 1 ail kinds tnoy be ttmmeA. Ko the Mme 10 expect thtr at. untie t hei rtidiy, as the trcci make woj fa.'t at tin fern-on." Massachusetts Plowman. If the only .!iinr to ! e t; k"n into cuuaiiie riioa iii the rap; J Iil-h :ng of the muds, thi season u.' the fcax Bal , moi-t figured ly, b tiie mo', suitable of wqr- t on the contrary a Aa rcarj i hau to the growth and health t the tree, 1 -'I teai!i this would be the most improper; tor the very reaaon that ''tree uri-- vv joJ ft at lh. eain." Strp a tree nirely of it- 1-aves, and the formation oi vto.J ceases. Ppriw a tree of oaeof its b',n'hs, we take fata it u mini- i i ber ot its digestive oran, its leare tberebv ir.;ia.r ;la grv, th aj a!dj that ul its roo:. The principles of vegetable phv.io'.ogy that relate to the growth of trees are as tot-1 Iowa; Tiie sap is absorbed by the roots, as- j cend the 4M, traverse tlic braiiciie, is , rlaborat-il in the leave' and d...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 22 May 1856

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MOB NINO 3ffice on North side of Maia Street in the New Masonic Hall, a few doors k. East of the Court BoiM. thm! or soascairnoa. If id within three montlu, t'-r'' I f MM tiler tint time, S ,W' ripen discontinued only at tbc option of the editor, wkiltarrmrafa are due. TEKME OF-DViaTIEI KG . Each square, (11 line or leaa.) tare week, 1 .' wry additional laaertiea. V w i y advert Maaaau aaa colas a, . Half cohaaia, s4 0 Uortr column. l5-" Profeaaional cardt $3 per nnnm TjA!1 letter add rested to the editor matt be paid to atnre aUentinn .QI XTfUo paper diacontinued until all arrearace are pannleaa at the option of the editor IF Original Poetry. An Evening Thought. When night has wrapped her sombre robe Round earth, and sea, and sky. And the Man are twinkling bright above Like sentinels oc high; When night pale queen, in majesty , Walks up the floor of heaven; When man's thoughts, turned trom busy life, To holier things are given, O! then do not those angel on...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 22 May 1856

Foreign Nelus. Arrival of the Steamer Asia. New York, May 16. The steamer A - a arrived at Ler berth at 6$ o'clock this morn ing. Breadstufli have been firm wVk a large business. Flotir advanced idols for lower grades. Wheat improved 2d. Corn market dull, prices easier but not qi otably Imh, The market for beef dull with declining ten dency. Pork fir with upward tendency? market bare of pork and hams, both wanted. There is an active speculative demand for lard at 54a5fff, advance of Is. Naval Mores, for turpentine saW, tar a so dull, win , sternly, 4s9ds!d fcr comtr.on find Os lot fine. Southern red whf at m inted at !?fdalOs; .'or , Weslen: white il.Sdalls; Wesieni canal flour tflt I atd; good Ohio ami Southern at 34s6da36-;; Western white Cfirn at 29a30s: W stern mixed at 23s6d; linseed oil dull. , The bullion in the Hank of England has decreased 00,000. American tocks , steady demand. The Manchester market quiet. The Asia left Liverpool on the morning of the 3d. 'I he British Par...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 22 May 1856

Local Intelligence. The Cheobicle for the Campaigh. Ai the coming campaign bids fair to be one o: more than ordinary interest, we have con eluded to offer the ChUohicle for the cam paign, from June I9th to December let, al the following rates, in advance: One copy - . - - - 7C Two copies - - - - - $1 3i riv Tec 6.0C PEASE TOWNSHIP, May 17th, 1856. Mr. .Owes: Permit roe, throujrii you col. umns, to inquire of the Editor of the Inde. pendent Republican, what he means bv mak ing U6e of the expression "Republican oi Abolition party!" If he answers it fairly, and as a gentle man should; showing his reasors Jtherefore, he will very much oblige one who takes bis paper and who claims to be A TRUE AMERICAN. The Monroe House Wheeling. This well known house of the traveller, in Wheeling, has beei recently re-fitted anJ furnished "and Wm. Barrett, Esq., former ly of Cadiz, has taken possession of it, as landlord. Hi well known talevts as a caterer to tne public convenience will un doubtedly tec...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 22 May 1856

Agriculture. A Rhapsody on Garden Seeds. BY HENRY WARD BEECHER. There is something in the very sight of genuine seed More that does us good. Even when we lived in the West, and went to the c iinj store, where lle sni.ual box of seed from the - Union Shskcr Village," or the later rival box from "Landreth," un dis played, we felt a relaxation, and smelt gar- den long before it was time to have one. , True a seed is a seed. But it is a good 1 deal more than a seed. It has a history, and it is ready for another history. A w hole manner is wrapped up in th.it pea. A whole summer wrought to i-.rm that bean. A whole summer spent its liaae tlataat that ear of corn, ft came torth smell M a nee dle. It stonl tremulous and yellow for weeks, it waxed apace in June, it ru.-iicd in July, u rtoodupthe BsMestof aHtlgtaaKsj in Autict. with a many (ringed band of flow J ers on its lap, an i witha liiile baby ear at its brest, with silken hair hanjiug do n un combed yet untangled, and sputtcd and pow-...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 29 May 1856

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Office ob North side of Main Street in the Hew Maoaic Hall a few doors East of the Coart House. teimi or scascairrioa. f f pa 4 within three mon tin. t 1 -SO f ptiaafVrr th&tunie. M Papers dweontinuad onlj at the opt ios of the editor, vhfle arrearage are dae. TCaaSOFADVEBTISIBO. , each aqsare, (11 line or leJ three week, $1.1 Cvery additional insertion, 25 V early adTertiaeaenU one coloraa, tto.00 Hair column, 8-t.OO auanrrolumn. 15.00 frofeaaional card $3 per annum.. jTAH Intern addressed to the editor sunt he paid to a'Mreatieniion c TITPNo paper dlacontiaaad nmil all arresragn are . " tuianleas at the option of the editor Selected Poetry. The Song of the Camp. BY BAYARD TAYLOR. "Give u a Rone!" the soldier cried, The ouut trenches guarding. When the heated guns of camps allied Crew weary of bombarding. The dark Redan, in silent scoff Lay, grim aiid4threatenin2. under; , And the tawny mound of the Malakoff No longer belched its thunder. There ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 29 May 1856

Foreign News. Arrival of the Steamer Canada. Halifax. My 2'J. The eieatncr Cnna-'a, : from Liverpool with itcs to the 19th i.ist., arrived this evening at 8 o'ciack. She Bailed brace for Boston at 10 o'clock, in a thick fog.J i Ttie Steamship Washington arrived out M the 4:ii inst. The Cunerd steamship Cambria, cud the Collins steamship Baitic arrved on the s:h. Ttie Clioper ship Racer had gone a-hor.-on the Arklow banks, and woul- probably be a total lu-s. The passengers und ere a (.over 500) have ben .-sved. The Queen h.dJ court at Buckingham Palace on the Tth.for the purpose of recerr hag addresses or. ,eace from the ilMill of j Lords and Common, and the city o! Lon don. " Both bm of Parliament recorded a vote of than Is7 to the army and navy. Lord Begin had postponed the motion of inquiry respecting the troop ordered to North America until a:tr the holidays. Lord Colchester gave notice of a motion requiring Parliament to express its disap proval of the policy ol abandoning marit...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 29 May 1856

Local Intelligence. Tee CuoatcLS foe the Cajufaigb. As the coming campaign bid fair to be one of more than ordinary interest, we have con cluded to offer the Cbeokicle for the cam paign, from Jane ;9th to December 1st, et the following rates, in advance: nc CPT .,35 Two copies ,1W Five Ten - - - 6-00 A Thief Taker. We have now on our office drawer a pat ent lock, which is really a curiosity. It is bo arranged that it tannot be opened by any one except the individual who sets it, with out ringing an alarm bell. It can be set in a number of ways, and is not at all liable to be put out of order. It is'a capital ar rangement for store money drawers, as it is impossible for any one to extract money from tbem without ringing the alarm. The lock has been in use for some time, and it is estimated that for every one hundred locks in use, seventy thieves are taken annually. Ia a Urge store the merchant often happens to be at some distance from the money draw er; a voungster, or maybe an oldst...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 29 May 1856

Agriculture. HT Covem Ecery Farmer His Own JWa.,i.:-j.fi VuSc "rc or BfesH I ya.d wle onjieatii-d i tt. n eutes-.n,:, thv ran be bought fi-r " to 3 its. par y-rd, ant icck it ap on t?io aur.r.y ' o' the ba-n or 10. Hfcn TkB !-. pare th fol!o.viri. tii'vftir., ntme!'. : F one sail jii f l;ne. 011. bM ab " t t m i p o:' b 'CB JX, to Ic immered Vee'hrT, an! a he :ik-n finoti tSe fire, tdd about a quirt i Japan. ;:en it ic Cold.il a.'inul-J be ai( u. lire tlixku-.r f: paint, ti 160 tii-n, anW in-:e .vax.acd II loo ibici. add mure oil, ti;!" p-i;l! c.o:U over, on one eide t;.; y, ui.ba roaaura paiuier" brue'.i, and a iter d.jtag a dcy or two, take k down ani Ct it into oare; t-ieu pick u; afjiajin of about or a aaajeSM eat h, a;ii pel Hi fir Will i ajf t ' r fimi'j iqjacar iue iam ech corner, ouJ th thin is competed. It WoulJ be on ioip ovi meat ;o endure he -r 1U Mail HI;' Hl-p. U'i lll'lu jr,.-, . wli-.-h W.-bW be ill t: jilt W little mcri trouLlta iu I aJoJ a caj:c. No h-oin in -'h - ...

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