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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 June 1856

tydwai ximh . PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Dffice oa North Ride of Mail Street in the New Masonic Hall, a few doors East of the Con it Honse. mas or snaaceirTion. 1 1 paid within three month, ".50 If ptiH after thatiimf . 2,00 Paper discontinued only at the option of the editor, while arrearages are due. ream or a or estisimo . Each square, (11 lines or less,) three week, tl." Beery additional insertion. 25 V earl v advertisements one column, ttn.nci Half colaaBa, 24.00 Qaartercolaimi, 15,01: baAaaional cards S3 par assnm.. JTVAII letters addressed to editor mur. he paid to saw ft attention fT nPNo paper discontinued until all arrearages are ran a less at the option of the editorllf Poetry. [Original.] A Morning Thought. When" morn has robed the dewy earth And lighted sea and sky. And dimmed each starry sentinel That graced the realms on high When day's proud orb assumes the throne Ot night's fair gentle queen And wakes the slumbering world anew And men lo thought and toil again...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 June 1856

State Republican Convention. Pursuant to notice, the delegates t the Ohi Republican Convtmon as-embied it the Hall of Hie H.ue o: Fv.tj.:. itw i, it 1 1 v'clock ibis morn a;. On motion of Hon. J. if. Green Hon David Fisher, c: H.r.. '-. r. cour.tj, utt call ed 10 the Chair On motion, H. Baldwin and J. K. Green, ere elected' temporary Secretarics.- O.i motion , a committae 01 21, one from tiCJ Corner j iot..s. D'irr ct, tu be vlcctfd by the delegates from each ditr ct, be ap pointed a: a committee on Credential. . Ahw, one delejr&ie irom each Oor.gresi'ion.il District to art a conmi t ee en Permanent Organ izatna. Also, one de!fi.-ate,from aca district to act a. a commiitce-ou R.-so-li:o..-. Tne place T meeting of the ration Con preai'ioiiaj Delpf atK-ua w ae annoiicwiL The . Attendance it ery Urge, and rstlraCH many t - i f the lea.-: in i men ot the State. If The nam of the .roo.initue on Pcrma . -Trent Orgatiiz&jicn were ilka Wnoi.su ed. Also, jLe rcn.mittee -. n Cr '3-r.-...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 June 1856

Local Intelligence. The Ckkosicle rom the Campaigs. A the coming campaign bids fair to be one of niore than ordinary interest, we have con cluded to offer the Cheohicle for the cam paign, from June :9th to December 1st, at the following rates, in advance: One copy Two copiea 35 FW. Ten - - - ' - 6- A Thief Taker. We have now on our office drawer a pat ent lock, which ie really curiosity. It ia so arranged thai it cannot be opened by any one eEeept the individual who aeta it, with out ringing an alarm belL It can be aet in a number of ways, and ia not at all liable to be put out of order. It is capital ar rangement for store money drawers, as it is impossible for any one to extract money from them without ringing the alarm. The lock has been in uee for aoroe time, and it m is estimated that for every one hundred locke in use, aeventy thieves are taken annually. In a large atore the merchant often happens to be at some distance from the money draw er; a voungater, or maybe an oldster,...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 June 1856

Housekeeper's Column. miv be forw rueJ uie neck, sunp.v l.y phnlmr then, in UN open mB. P"i round T .-m. wiien up, fou bricks laid flf wiv, and lajiaf over litem i pnc ol g! aa. The o-l.s Mf be removed aWioo? the far. anJ repUced ai ai-nt. fir Wpfc tjl r Ulaapor.iufthc beat abaorkeJ dana? the lay time. and this ec ii;? in favorable e-i.j MKtMM Mtk tlw i-x -lua on ofthe: mg at air, wla tend poMrfn!.y 'o a.cc.ernte the davelopn.eiit, nd prlce wajaraaaa action o'the itea ilarotf. it. HHi I" ,, nJ other tin-a of dcr.pfon. n.a be advanced bv tbc seme very at-. p!e and CfdMM1 awtee. Br.-en 'rom tieshjp-. !.. .Uv. no bin-, or at most, a ua c r 3 - w B n w.r :or tbia pur-po-e m uc a ne-v, aad aril! Uat for year Wal-'injr rr.(juei:i:v ami CBaoOAlj if e we h r be d, v. aM -P Jl!uted Bib .-, atiiou!nt, will be found injru!r.y adva-it g.-.-u. Gvpaum and pa-, nz-d char coul M be frejuMUly sprinkled oer the v.nes ne a the ftre To Coloh tax Ltal Blacc. Alex. I af MUafao- l'a , BrWtea U. Ae & A...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 June 1856

PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY MOKMNO Dffice on North side of Main Street in the New Masonic Hall, a few doors East of the Court House. Tttn or acascurTics. 1 1 paid witbio three mont hi, 9 " -50 It" paid after that time. 2.W Paper discontinued only at the option of tbe editor, while arrearage! are due. TECHS Of ADTKETISIKC Each aquare, (11 Mass or les,; three week, I !.! Bverv additional inertion. Yearly advertisements ohe column, $40,00 Half column, JMJ Uaarter column. ' "'' Professional cardi 83 per irnium TpAU latten a4dresed to the editor niuft be paid to arare attentionH T3Ko paper disconliaoed antil all arrearage are pauuless at the option of the editor HI Choice Miscellany. Saturday Night. What blessed things Saturday nights arc, and what would the world do without them! Those breathing moments in the trampling march of life; those little twilights in the broad and garish glare of noon, when yester devs look beautiful through the shadows, and faces "changed" long ago smile sweetly...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 June 1856

FROM KANSAS The Congressional Investigation. The Congressional Investigation. LEAVENWORTH CITY, K. T., May, 19, '56. I proceed with my report of the te?ti:.iony taken before the Investigating Commiitce: R. R. Rees, awern He was oaesti -ned relative to the meeting held April 39, t which reejletions were pas-eJ indorsing the lyncfcinp-of Philips at that time. The Committee had a copy of the proceeding of ttr meeting. "I stated, ia a letter from Lawrence, testimony having beep given en the petal there, that neariy all of those en gaged ia thus iiiJorci' g 'h:s lawless affoir, then held, or have since held, reeeeaa b c offices. I gave the names and offices I her, and w u'd now merely resect that tin V were m'mbers of tie Bogus Legislature. Ju ti e of the Peace, Ju'ges of Electioi, County Officers, Grand J.ires. Deputy Marshal, the person since appoint 'd Pctactrr, and. i.l fact, that th.-ae m .b-law men I r I a c n aicierabSe pjriion nt the office s to aJmini-t-er ti.e Jlaw, J dge Leoom...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 June 1856

Local Intelligence. To Teachers. j THE BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAM felsEM, will meet in the school house tmSf on Marietta street in St. ClaimvIlle, JrTturdHyJunen.atlO o'clock A. M. 1-. i rf tVP Kinrd . D. D. T. COWEN, Cherk. The Chkokicle fob the Campaigb.-As - the coming campaifm bide fair to be one of more than ordinary intereet. we have ccn- eluded to offer the Chbohicle for the cam paign, from June :9th to December lot, at the following rates, in advance : One copy - - m Two copier- - w ' : ' ' : : COUNTY CONVENTION. There affl be a Convention oi me opponents of the present Admini s tration in Belmont county, in St. ClairsvUle, on Thursday, June 2o, ISS6, for the purpose of placing in nomi nation: One Clerk of the Common Pleas Court; OneSheiifi; One Audi tor; One r ecorder, One Commis sienjr, One Suiveyor; One Director of the Infirmary: to be supported byj the People of Btlmont county at tbe next Fall Election. All persons who are opposed to the repeal of the Missouri Compromise oppos...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 June 1856

Selected Poetry. The Flag of our Union. The Flag of our Union. BY GEORGE P. MORRIS. A ong for our uan-w? Tl watchword recall Which avp t!te K. p i'j'.ic U -t elation: "United we Ud -dirided we HI" It mailc, an'i urr-aerv, us na'i.i'i ! The miio:i Ukf-th- unioi ol laidi Tht; uuiju f Slaw noi.e can v. r Ti union ot li-arts -rt ui.i. i i.aixls, AuJ the F1--5 the L'nhni luro.-r And evtr ! The Flag ol our Data fmm I "Whit G--d in ht Infinite Wfc-ii.nn Jesiynod, AnJ armed tt.i Us wesj mm al tuuudor. hot all tlieer.h iii3io'8 and laetioaa coin'oined, Have the x. I to I n-jurr or sunder ! TUn the u:.i.:i ofiaLrfs--:1h ui i-n of lands The Uain -i ?i n"uc KAn " v-'r The union ut Ik aria iU union ..f limit!- And the 1 1s I the I Up !"rcvtr A;iJ cvrr! Tlie Flas "f at Union forever ! Daniel Webster. BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. Win n li halo run it large t rund Uf t.li and triiudi, Jo) : ud wo. How Irkt a atari 4 pig.- i baal Ta ivaupaee all lis out a ari tii.ov ! Tail worlJ-ttiJ jt tir s and dron;...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 June 1856

I I !! J-U J i' J $rkmt Cjmmirlr. PUBLISHED EVERY THUBSDAV MORNING Dffce on North aide of .Mam Street in the New Masonic Hall, a few doors East of the Conrt House. TF.SMS OF SCBSCKlrTIOM. , 1 1 paid within three montbi, If paitar Diamine. S"1 Taperi dincontinned only at the option of the editor, v bile arrearage are due. TERMS OF DVr RT1E1NG . Each sqnare, (11 line or lea,) three week, IMj Cf ry additional inaertion, M Vaarly adertienieiii one column, la! I column, r"J ioarier column, li'av rrwTf ioal cardf $3 per annum., r-jAII letters addressed to the editor mut be paid to antra attention-! , JTjNo paper discontinued until all arraaracra are tiaunleu at the oiition of the editorJ 71 Choice Miscellany. Death and Burial of Edgar A. Poe. The clergyman. Dr. Snodgrass, who at tended the author of " The Raven," in his last sickness, gives the following account al it in the "Wouians Temperance l'aper,'er( New York: "On a chilly and wet November evening, I received a note stating that a m...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 June 1856

citizens, ho, during thi waiter, hue "cow j flocking"' here from the distant territory It breaks forth in the irrepressible outcry, reachin us from Kansas, in truthful tones , which leave no ground of mistake. It ad dressea ua in formal complaints, instinct With the indignation of a people determined to be free, and unimpeachable a the declar ation of a murderer man on his dying bed against his murdered. And let me add. that all this testimony finds an echo in the vtry statute book of the conspirators, and too in language dropped from the Presided of the United States. 1 begin with an admission from the Pre sident Limself. in whose sight the people ot Kmsaa have little favor. And yet, after arraigning the innocent emigrants from the North, be was constrained to declare that conduct was "far from justify the Van and j Ttprehau.Mt counter-movement which en sued." Then, by the reluctant ad.nMion o the Chief Magistrate, there an counter movement, at once H'.rgjl and reprehend. I thank 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. — 19 June 1856

Local Intelligence. To Teachers. ftj THE BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAM-.--":-' l.vEi, wilt meet in tlw icuottl house w'" on Maricm street in Br. OlllRasBii en ; turdi-y Jum-il.ai JO o dixit A M. Dv M r.i the Board. ' D D. T. CO WEN. Clerk. COUNTY CONVENTION. There will be a Convention of the x)ppoaente of the present Adminis tration in Belmont county, in &. ClairsvUk, on Thursday. June 26, 1856, for the purpose of placing in nomi : nation: One Clerk of the Common Pleas Court; OneSheiiff; One Audi tor; One i ecorder, One Commis sioner, One Surveyor, One Director of the Infirmary; to be supported by the People of Belmont county at the next Fall Election. All persons who are opposed to the reieal of the Missouri Compromise opposed to the measures and policy of the pres ent Administration opposed to the further extension of Slavery in favor of admitting Kansas as a Free gtate and in fuvor of restoring the action of the Government to the principles of Washington and Jef ffeson, are cordially ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 June 1856

Selected Poetry. Be Patient. BY RICHARD CHENEVIX TRENCH. Be patient, O be patient: ,ut your earasnin.-t Ac earth, . . , L.sten there how ,he " ' hns binli: , How noiselessly and gently H upheave hi WISV, Till it ptrti -V mmid zrounJ, and tbr blade stands up in the day. .. ,,ti-nt, O be paii.nt! l gcr.ns oi mi-hty tlioucl t Muet have their silent undergrowth, must ui.der ground be wrought; But as snre as Uteres a power that tn .kes thegra fippear. Our land sh1! he en-en with LtaaXTT, the Haae time Bhall be here. Be patient. 0 be pati nl! go and watch the wheat earn grow. So impem -ptibly, that eye can mark nor charg. nor thrne. Pry ait..r dev. day after day, ti'i the ear is full dmwn; And thrn aeain, day after day, tiiltlieii.KT.iufic!.: is brown. Be patient. O bo patient! though yet utir hopes art green, IWa iiDire-fi-lds of Freedom : ha'! be crowi.cd w ith tlie sunny t-b.-eu: B ripening! berineiing! mature paw siVm way Till tl whole broad aapdl it lunyued with Lie, on Freedom's hsr...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 June 1856

$clnuraf ConitIi PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING 3ffiee ob North vide of Main Street in the New Masonic Hall, a few doors Ext of the Coart Hoase. TKBa nf s('B8CalrTiOB. 1 pai'l within months, '5' If pan! alter Diamine 2,0 Paaera discontinued only at the option of tb editor vbilearrearam are dae. TERMS OFA DVIIRTISISC. Each square, (11 lineaor lea,; three week, ),"' tvery additional insertion, 2." V early advertiaemenuone column, t". Talf column . " Uaartereotuina, lijx Profe-wional carJ tS par annum.. HjAU letters adSreaaef to the editor wait be paid t a tire attention Jt 1f lO'Ko aaacr atacontinaed'until ai! arrearazei arr panuleat at rbe flnn of the editored Choice Miscellany. From Graham's Magazine, for May. My First Impression of Ireland. BY CRAWFORD WILSON. Ye who have landed at Kingstown, have some idea of the con'usion that attends the debarkation of your luggage, and are pre pated (or what awaits you upon every trip you make. I was innocent of ever having been there be lore...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 June 1856

existing emergency. It has the best stamp , oi An'iquity. Ft sUoweu its-elf in the bright- est days oi Greece, where colonists moved in organizer! bands. It became a part of the mature policy 'of Rome, where bodies o! men were conetitutea expressly for thi purpose, irxtmciri ad colonos deductndos. (Livy, UdorS, 5 ) Naturally it has been accepted in m Jern tira?s by every ci.i.- : iied State. With the auctt;3 of Spain. j au association of Genoe-e merchmts rirr-t j introduced slaves to this continent. With j the sanction of France, ihe Society ofJesu- i its stretched their labors over Canada and the (Ireat Lakes to the Mississippi. It war. under the auspice:- of Emigrant Aid Com panies, that our coulitry was originally net tled, by the Pilgrim Fathers sfPiJ lhjbf the adventurers of Virginia, and by the philanthropic Ogie borpe, in;S'; "b.-iievo-lence of soul" GMMMmrated by P pe, sought to plant a Free State in (ie)rj;a. At this day, such associations, of a humble character, are 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. — 26 June 1856

Local Intelligence. Announcements. Ms. Editor Please announce the name of Damel Peck Eaq, as a candidate, for the office 01 Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, of the eecond sub-division of the Eighth Judicial District, of the State of Ohio, at the ensuing Election. And Oblige Many Voters of oid Belmont. I-Papere in the disinc; please copy. Mr. Editor. Please announce the name of Carlo C. Carroll Esq., as a candidate for the of fice of Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, ol the second sub-division of the Eighib Judicial district, of the State of Ohio, at the general Election, and oblige many voters of Belmont Monroe and Guernsey Counties. KJ-Papers in the district please copy. Good Cheek. We have had the pleas ure of adding to our list during the last few days forty four new subscribers. This is truly encouraging, and we can fight with a light heart in the coining contest if we are thus supported. Messrs. Ashek Green, of PowhatUD, and T. W. Fawcett, Esq., of Belmont, will accept our...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 June 1856

Selected Poetry. Memory of Friends. I pity U.ctt ito hare no friends to mourn. Or raiae en am Over '.ho a:hw ro:n win rice life has go;.e, KeVr !o rt turn. 1 tremble Iet kaf lite tuny be as ihtire, Aioae to die. And know m t-jnipaibu 'ng fifMiii wbocates I or t uch as i Ko fti. ntL'y iiand my erave 10 i,:3t Unvrtlc ller. Upon !oe head the pk-arant tun may sLui At mnsei hour And oft, at ev. M mourn irg one nB corue To '.rop a tear. And read trie si.'.'t liiscripv.n on ut tomb, 't &!n fin 1MB. tut wb n try !ife is o'or, an j 1 BaaM pata l)M !'rn thr algal. To ualk arli anjreiion tV r:a of;;lafa. In ruber cl !igli. Art tiwu to more sdtalt pn; thy warm lips on My tiiroW'ini: brow Or fUkylailila i If Bat lay dry aaaa- uron ! liead ae warn ; OI tiat a piloting though! v. ould sometimes stt 1 Wirhiii thy uart. Of ajajaaja, lapff m Ktui you foe' 1 had a part; T3M o.':. if tinu shoulds': feel, aben Im a-sr, I7.CH kill. west hot '. Thy iijia, tviihtaiivi-. truth. w.ilW tome.imea.-ay I iri...

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 July 1856

thM Cjpniclf. PUBLISHEDEVERV THURSDAY MORNTXG Dffice on North side of Alain Street in the New 31aonic Hall, a few doors Eat of the Coort House. tzxx or srjscairTioa. 1 1 rM whhin thrive montbr, S' If pal (W tbailnae. 2.00 Paprr- "ticontimiei only at the option of the editor. arbhe arrearages are doe. TESUS 0FADVEITI61NG. Pach square, (11 linn or U -,. three week, $1 Crcry additional inaertion, -n Warty advertisements one column, $0,U lalf colimn, MjH auarterrolumn. Ij.'Ki ProfMBional caril 93 per nncnj JTT'.A.II leuera addreesed to the editor must be paid tn aJnre attetrt:on 71 JTr'No paper discontinud'unti! all arrearagei an Mien at the option of trie editor--Tf THE CRIME AGAINST KANSAS. The Apologies for the Crime. THE TRUE REMEDY'. SPEECH OF HON. CHARLES SUMNER, Of Massachusetts. IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES, 19th and 20th May, 1856. [CONCLUDED.] The ac's of the Company nave been such as might be expected from auspices thus severely earpful at all points. The secret, throug...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 July 1856

ther -t other things not blunging to the Urguruent, which till pres far utterance. Sir, the people of Kaoa, bone of your bone and. (Iwfc of your ieb, with the eduea ti n of freemen and the rights of American cititests mw etaad t your door. Will vou end tfee awy, or bid them eater! Will you push them tack to renew theirstruggles ith a deadly foe, or will voti preserve them in rity and peace 1 Will you caat them gain into the d-n of Tyranny , or will you help their despairing efforU to escape! These question I put with no common o licitude; for I feel that on their juft deter mination depend all the moat precioua in ternet of the Republic; and I perceive loo clearly the prejudice iu iue way, and the cifeawiulatinf bitterne against this distant people, now claiming their simple birthright, while I am bowed with mortification, aa i re'iogniaethe President of the United States, whoebould hare been a staff to the weak and a auicld to the inuoccnt. at the head of thia et-angc oppression. '...

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 July 1856

Loral Inteligince. Announcements. Ms. Edito Please announce the name Dakiel Feck Eat., as a candwue, for the office Judgeot the Court of Common Pleas, of the aecon eub-divieion of the Eighth Judicial District, of t "Slale of Ohio, at the ensuing Election. ,.,d And Oblige E .ft Many Voteraofold Belmont, pen "dfcPapera in the district please copy. hVr Enrrom . i Pleaae announce the name Carlo C Camoll Esq , as a candidate lor the o Bee ot Judge of the Court of Common PWaa. of th second subdivision sf the Eighth Judicial dutric of the State of Ohio, at the general Election, an oblige many voters of Belmont Monroe an Ouernsey Counties. fOrPapers in the district pleas copy . MEDICAL. The Belmont Medical Society, wili meet at tb National Hotel in St. ClaireTille, on the 17th inst at 10 o'clock A. M. H. WEST, Sect'y Jul 3d, 1856. New Mail Abexhgemebt. The nev rrDgement for carry ing the mail to ant Trom this place on the National Road, com menced on Tuesday morning. We under stand that Mr....

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 July 1856

Selected Poetry. A Simile. BY H. W. LONGFELLOW. Blcrwiy. elowty, up ibe wall Steals the soiit'iine. steals t!ie shiaic. Evening dm brcins to fail, LTemry shadowi are dismayed. Ftmnd me. o'er me even wl- re. AH the sky Ugianal wiih clu.iJs, AnJ athwart Ha evcutns sir W basis the aaUsass 1 oine in crowds. bafts of sunrhine from t!.c Wa et. Paint ibe dusk at up! j. a red ; Parker shadows dreper v ?i OmimmmA ail Darker, darker, and kMS! M In my brets: the f bsdows tall, Upward steals the life o: man. As the tunflrinelioeii the wail. Fro-r. the wali itto liie sky. From the roof a!' ag 'he tpire. Ah, the fouls of saii.ta that dis Ait hut fcttiibeams !". ) la- April. A timid, blBFhitia miidi n. With downcast, trsrtnt eja, In lier hand an opti.ir..: sassisBs pcrfamrd by dewy eigt. Oft ad.ontin;;, oft retreati;:;. fclie has o" out heart the w asV , And we canr.ot rhoos- 1 in !e d-r Forlur tear dr 'i a"J her Huile. Sympathy. Iff-vrry naa iniciiisl cn.re W'rre wri:tf n on his brow. How m .n wo...

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