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

II . I Bl III I I lllll P -g PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Office on North side of Main Street in the Hew M atonic Hall, a few door East of the Court Hoase. ritai or acascairTioa. I 'OS- within three montbe. ' V If paid sftet thstUnc. 2. SO raam JdieceBUtract) or Ij at tas epcioa of the editor, vbhe srresrare are dee. TcistoriDrttTiniic. Gech squaje, (11 Heeaer leea.) three week. $!.' Bvery additions! insertion. 2S i earii &! refinements one column. Isir column. 34.00 leaner column. 15.0(1 Professional card S3 per annum. H7PAH letters sddi aaaai to the editor mart he psid to sure attent i op TT TrKo paper discontinue!! anil all arrearage srr artaleaa st the option of the editor TT 1ELMT (DLE. B R. COWEN EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. "FBII SPEECH, FREE LABOR, FREE KANSAS, AND FREMONT.9 TERMS $1,50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. NEW SERIES, VOL. VIII, NO. 40. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY JULY 10, 1856. L WHOLE NO. 935 Choice Miscellany. About Poverty. BY ALICE CAREY. t wish more of us had t...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 July 1856

Redvnt, t'iia' '.In? c jot Htution r.-i- upon Of'sr-i-- tli? mercin tir ufr ill? Terruon-. n l ie Liaised St t:e. ht liie pnTcmm Mft, ni in tl-a-ercie af 'h.5 ;Kei if barth nw r.zoT nad t duty of Ctmetvf to pr.-lrAitin ? Tem ' y tiMige twin relic of barbausa1.. p.-;-mj and livery. It w as fanhionsbW in the dynf h R?v olniion tni for m Urn? limp after the great b-.tt'e vu f flight, to believe in the Dkclar aiioi! ixucFirxcESCE, and condemn the instivuthi of Slavery as a t-ur.se la coth u,.aler and slave. This i oar resolution: K (voiced. Thst (hr nurint. nn,. ol the ptinciive Irim::l3att4 la the IV-.tins'iyu of InaVpendrwx. rnii Prfilmchedin (iie f'-i i- nututi-n. arp e tawM mf rinon of .,ur republican mii I'iii.MM; tbv. th Wrrsl m-t ituou.tH- naw ol lift ?t ites niUctt.iioa ol the State fcbail I. jTrvrved. It was ataw fashionable in the better flays tsf oar ft-pwblic to improve by meass of ap- propriuuetts out of the National Treasury. ifKt rivers and harbor, and protect the lives f...

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 July 1856

Loral Intelligence. Announcements. Me. Editoe Please announce tbe name of Disux Peck Eeq, u candidate, for tbe office of Judge o the Conrtof Common Pleas, of tbe second ub-drvwioK of the Eighth Judicial District, of tbe State of Ohio, at the ensuing Election. And Oblige Many Voters old Belmont. 63r Papers in the district please copy. Mr. Editoe . Please announce the name of Caelo C. Casaou, Esq . as a candidate for the of fice of Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, ot tbe second sub-division pf the Eighth Judicial district, of the State of Ohio, at the general Election, and oblige many voters ot Belmont Monroe and Guernsey Counties. JT'Papers in the district please copy . MEDICAL. The Belmont Medical Society, will meet at tbe National Hotel in St. Clairsrille, on tbe 17th inst. - ir, - ! L. a EE H. WEST, Sect'y July 3d, 1856. TO CORRESPONDENTS. "The Shipwreck" was accidentally swept out, but it hs been recovered, and will ap pear in our next issue. "Lines to C " " ill be to see next...

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

Selected Poetry. From the Boston Transcript. Wha'll be Ours but Charlie? The-e' newt fra Penn-land. cnm' yratreen, Wiii six n gr rnony lerli ; For lieartt of oak hae keen therein. And run op c'-'-'1 Charlie. Come through ato M a Mi around ''i fiber, Yrc ' the w lo'ine early Around Mm dine i a' Wa' Kor ball be our but CharU . Come thr.wph iua:her. around l.im iraVr. ( omc Nonli'.rn. cum Son thfrn. corut- a- Uk- gi tber. Artrl shout your fnt ano! on y ca.-u-e , Fur wlia'!! be ours bn: Ctorli" ? F Freel-mi's b-ittd. wT t- i:i ba il. Free innds t!.-.t near ari l lar ii-, llae la a mm lawbnd mount, I H f" W gallant C;ia.-!i. Ortnc tiiru-.ijfb the btaiber. arourr! Vim ptiT, Coma Eat,io::u. eaaae ' the shit fce. T!irr r.eVr a la in ' the land (H co-n-cuke oro' birU-y. Hat vows (-he'll ni Vr gn- lu-art nor hanl T.i!.i:u wlit; nsr for Charlie. Oni thrnofh tho li-tlier. aroin-J bim suhrr. Come Xonhern.cuine Suu:i-eni.o. ia. a' the gitn -r. Tlirn bereV hea'th M C!i-irU. .-a-Jse. And be": aejaj...

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 July 1856

PUBLISHED EVERV THUEaDAY WORKING 3Cee ob Worth side of Main Street in the Hew SIon i- Hall, a few door East of the C od rt House. tkibi or buciotioi, 1 o aid if it hir. three otl, t JJJ f -ijj Rr tkdiwe. Paper Jaiaacntinaed only at the option of tbe editor, hi arrearage art ae. TieBsonevaaTistiae. bck nar. m Haas or thie week, Cvcrr aSd.tionaJ iasenios, TotufyadTeniaeejenteoBe tdM, HS isiMilien. Quarter column, ProteionJ card f mm, rrvAII letipr addrwd to uic editor must be pud to n re cuent ion jt JTW pevOTtrScvwUawWntit all mrss aualaa ai gUO of the editor -cLU L. . - Original Poetry. The Shipwreck. BY ROSE ELWOOD. When the sun has gone down and the winds are at rest. And the sea-gull akime awiit o'er lie dark ocean's breast; And the sky is all tinged with tie many-hued clouds. Till the darkness of night all fair nature eashrouds. Like a bird of the ceen-world, fearless and brave A gallant ship rides on the foam-crestf d wave; So quiet, so motionless, still, and at ease. She silen...

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 July 1856

Judge Collamer's Minority Report, on the Senate Kansas Bill. We give below the report of Judge Col laMer on the various plans f-r the snbjugs lion of Kimm. It witt be remembered trial Mr. Coiaae is the minority of the Senate Cmrmtitee on Terrtore, and the follow ing report was drawn out by one from , DjVclas, wbcb aa sprung a?on Uie Cum-j riittee by surprise. IN THE SEDATE OF THE UNITED STATES, July 1, 1856. Mr. CulIiTPT, from the Committee tm Ter ritories, to whom was recuwtaended the J bWI CS. 175) "to authorize the people of j the Territory of Kansas to form a (."on- . stituiion and Stt Government prcpar-, "atory to th"ir admrssTCn into the Union " .-.hen they havete qoisite population ;" . an fli ttteadtoent proposed thereto by Mr. Seward and the ctuendm'nt intend ed to bs proj-osed by Mr. Toomba to the aid MUt and to whom were referred the t-i ! J (S. 342) "to restore ord-r and peace in KtnMt;" the hi I (8- 343) "supple mentary to an art for organize the Ter ritvriea of Sebra-k...

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 July 1856

Local Intelligence. Announcements. I Ma Edttoa Please announce the Mine ol bsnrx Pfck riaq, ac camMste, far the office of Jupr e the Court of Common Pleas, of the second uUi' nuot. of the Eighth Judicial District, of the St of Ohio, at the ensuing Klection. And KHtce Many Vaters of old Belmont. ta-y-Paperv. in the district please copy. Mr Editor Please announce the name of ablo C CiaaoLL Esq., as a candidate far the of ee ot Judge of ' he Court of Common Pleas, ol the vnd sub-division f the Eighth Judieia 1 district. Mie.iuV'of Oh, at the general Election, and bW many voters ol Belmont Monroe and G "Sl ier Counties. jjJapers in the district please copy . MEDICAL. e Belmont Medical Society, will meet at the Xsmml H.nel in St. Clairsrille, on the 17th int.. H. WEST,Sect'y H. WEST,Sect'y July 3d, 1856. DISTRICT CONVENTIONS. ft. The voters of the Second sub-di-H; .-ision of the Eighth Judicial Dis B net, consisting of the counties of Monroe, Guenrey and I'elmont, wi hout respect to past...

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 July 1856

Selected Poetry. Rallying Song for Freedom. Rallying Song for Freedom. "Fres Speech Fres Press, Fres Soil, Free Mca." Fremont and Victory. Air—La Marseillaise. Bc'iwrd tlie :uriktus MOM is tolling, Whioii Boxxler-rieiids caoiitkjrute raise, TV D-g.- 01 War, hi !csee, are liowiitig, Ami U! Mr tainiit citk biaze. Ar.dh:l wecnim!) vi e min. Vnb- l.iw-tm forca arila paet 'ruie I'l UC'li desolatiun far and wide. In gailtieaa biouri his Iwmis iruix tms ' Ariri. aria- ye ufatcl Arnl hKat war-cry l - J Fix cli. IV.c Pice. Tree Sti!, Free Men. Ittwawu' HMf Oh. iiU t ' ! i w i p bigs liar Who asm has Ml ll y p neroiii Came? Can threat? wbdue r lwlis r-trfine thee 4)wi wl uM yj'i i: i-int-r Kw! wftlie h-svn bright tannin? o'er us! IV talltd our caicro li (Jie v-:i rVfhitd th- hm-Ur.htti tlie Man! ( h. aw'ad vuliuiiT, go l lore u ! iheijtt lueahcxil n'!i H ihg ;o6t Iron; MM to -Free Ppet-iii, Kn. Pnff. rti S..il, Ire Men, 1 J icoiuiiiii.J V;i.:oij ! Hncah! (lurrab! fr hiJi and va!!.-y. Irttrral...

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 July 1856

we him i i. ii ftJBLISHED EVERT THTOSDAT M0E5INQ Jffie oa North side of Mailt St ret ir. the raenr Maaoa ic Ball, few on East of the t-ourl flease. Tr r jwaacairriuJi. t l wh b tfctw iMMtlw. ' 1 Bla ftY AsUiM. " pt,T. Mll' OBlf mt is pUa Of l SailAr. I t llllllll S t ' TKKBI orAAVESTISrB. Each MN, (11 Mat '" ae VriT iwnrtmiili colm, ViT liUcrtun,' ' Sfj Pi aajwlmul cM-atf far aaP- iTTAn ! PStS ' art tlMHiMi JJI JTPNo Tiemtiniie4 til all T aimlrwfcl UKrln f Ike ilor Original Poetry. Expectation. BY LILY MAY. WSat means 1L1- craw ! moaning Oh. iid and refileaa heart; la there a m cret sorrow Thai bide die irar-drops startt Halh shadows dark and gloomy l iit lulure oVrcast; Do li' tnchanung lessens Lie buiitd with the paatf Believing, trusting spirit, 1 Link not ihat f uch csn be; Kot eVn a blighting shadow Hath lingered ovtrnie One moment, e'er a vi-ion Mt gloiious will blend: Tis this unspi ni e pieaaur 1 cunuoi comprehend. Be4Ukred by uV Ueaaty '1 bat Lerti ip n my sight, And sheds ...

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 July 1856

BTRrcOVVK'. .... Eorros ' "EtpriMl haatliity U ewr'fn -'r 1 1 rtnoy over the mis" JIua.r, -W ar to ne -he TlrM and ! , everr - Ion WaiCa olf-m t- nppieji the rtiet.iot f Miw."" Wehter ia I94T.' -. Thursday Moriug, Julv'24, lSi-Gj, FOB rKCSIDEHT. jl J NO. C. FREMONT. ' OF CALIt OSXLL ' WILLIAM L. DAYTON, j OF A-EIT jemse r. Republican State Xumina'ions. ( FOB SLTBESJE JUDGE SHOET TEEM. OZ1AS BuH l , of Marion (utility. FOB 8CPUEME JClE fCLL TEBM. JUS1AH SCOT I . of Butler. f'B school panoMtoan. ANKON SMYTH, of Fruuklia. - - I FOB KEMEr.:. OF -BOARD OF rL'BUC WORKS. JollV WADDLR, of Ross. Republican County Nominations. r cixtx o the oorBT, GEO. U HOGE, of Goshen township. ' FOB SDECIFT, HUGH M'NEELV, of Posse. FOE ArDtT'-B, TARV1N WRIGHT, of Colerain. roR nro r.P T.. I JOelft'A T. BRANDENuERG. of FUisMog. , rwt ctmian 5T. , JOHN M'KION. ot S-miih. To scavtroa, JAMES R M'MILLAN, of Richland. ' FIB OIKtCTiiF or THE t!.FISaAY, SALOMON BEX I LEY. Jr.. of Richland. , Arguments of the Oppos...

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 July 1856

Local Intelligence. Announcements. M EDfm PU-aae announce the name o' DimtL Pieir. Laq.. aa candida-e. ir the office ol Ju.le- o rile Court ol ( 'inn m n Plv. f .be "Tore1 pu. - I i k-tr. ol inr Eiffht 1 1 Ju'lt--. a I LheMicl. t li . Bute ol Ohio, at il nt-ning Klextion Arvd I M.ltB Announcements. Many Voters old Belmont. JQrPapers ia ibe district pase euoy. f Mr F.bit. PI. aa nnoonr the name nt I Car jo C Caoll Keq . adi la tor tie W- 6ce o lul-i afdaaOTt affraaawn PI. a, nt the aecntsl .-ijt-dio i faV Eighth Jurliei-.l rli trio, r I ihe 'late-of Ohio, a ihe u-n-rn K'rcu in, an i I oblige roanjr tera ol Belluonl Mtmroe and f Cacnae-Counties! jaTJ'apera i:i ibe district pleas copy . To Teachers. raaa- THE BOARD OF STtTOOL EXAM (Pejj ikms. will m i in 'Iw arhool house I V on Vlari-ita stiver in Sr. ClaisVsv-ille. - on ibHhv August KaV ai IU o clock A- M. B. ... 1,-r ,il Lh (J i.l'ii. D. T. COWEN, Clerk. DISTRICT CONVENTIONS. The voters of the Second sub-di-vition of ihe Eighth Judic...

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 July 1856

Campaign Songs. The White House Race. TUNE—"Camptown Races." Tbrre'p tr. Jc1 tray lore ba r.rt'i i Euck. I'D i.. rdl Oil dnm was Folij aria ! i; eiro Bar Lurk. l u At, :!u tta ay. Cbckc WVie u-uH B nana, aB nipt, VlV'c U.rnH in :k eSI das', I'll In m iiikijwiS " . 'To!: " Will sr; r':y U t ap lbs Cray. The Mwteng Cull it eti ra sr.;! vo'inp, I i da. :1a da. II is niinl u aaaad ami kaecf. rvrutig. Ihirfi. rfn d-. day. Cnorc We're bcMin'l to work. Kt: The u!J fray rtorc i: a w !! known Hi:k. lu dt.duda, II. 't long baen leJ a: tlie ptki : r:.ek. Co da. du 3& tlay. feat I t - Tlic n:tans is a Loll Mood o't. In Hn."1!! da, lie isiy axd be a i'l n n boh. La (In. uii da day. Currr: V.' re fascial tr. fee. The old jny rorr i.cri ! trief r irnt, r-i ria.dii Coes rotim! and ruond in t'o? w oM spot, Pi! ft-., du ii Jay. Crrr.r--We're km . d t.i Tlie Mustang toes at a ki inrrwiiv, Tu di. d:i Ja. PpfeaaMBn id vin::: lfcansnttlM ram, l':i da. iSn'iz Jay, Cror.t t- Wt V- booed to, .. Tbcr.coy...

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 July 1856

w PCBL18HED EVERY THURSDAY MOKKING frW "forth siie of Main Street is the Hew meic Hall, a few doors Best of the Court Howe. tcbm ar KOMcairrioa. I ? :! w ithin three inontlu, M5 paid mftrr tbaltime. Flf- ncoatinned only at tbe opt iob of toe editor. i.'i t arrearages are dae. TEBMS or ADTI ETlf! KG . Rach Kjaare, (11 Uaea or Hat,) Uree wee It, 11.00 Every additional insertion, 85 VearlyadertiaemeaUoae celnma, 90,00 laif column, aaartereolaan, li.OV Pcofeatioul cardi 93 per annum.. JTPAl! letlen addreaeed to toe editor aaet he paid to aa r attention J ; J-pfK) paprr ircontinaed'antil all arrearage are aualeaa el the optn.n ot the editor ,2 Campaign Songs. [From the Ithaca (N. Y.) Independent Watchman. Fremont Rallying Song. AIR- of Kinloch. We're coming, we're coming, the fearless and free Ijke the wind of the de-rt. the waves of the aea: True tone of brave sires who ba I tied of yore . When England's red lion ran wild on our shore. We're coming, we're coming, from mountain and glen,...

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 July 1856

From the Buffalo Republic. Banning of the Northern Indiana— Statements of Captains Wetmore and Langley. W'ehiv obtained the following particulars of tae Smt of the Northern Indimva cn the morning of lb 17th, of Capt. Lsngley, captain of thetmer Mississippi, Michigan Central Railroad L se. Capt. Langley asys the Miiippi and Northern Indiana lelt Buffalo together on the night of te 16th. Tue boats kept to gether, as is tisnaJ'y th case, until 1 1 -clock m the morning of loe 17th, when Point au Petee, when the Northern Indiana was at leni four aaiiea ehead. Captain Langley waa Handing forward ou his boat with sume friends, when b saw snioke bursting out of the starboard gangway of the Northern In- i diaaa, and knew she waa on fire. lie sent word immediately to bia engineer to hurry , the Mississippi along as feet as possible.that j llie Northern Indiana waa on fire. He put j on steim, and in from 1- to 20 minute j came abreaet of her bow, and instantly j dropped his boats, they being a...

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 July 1856

Local Intelligence. Announcements. Vf EjrrroR Pleaae announce the name of 3akiix Pki Esq, as a candidate, for the office of doi the Court of Common Pleas, orhe aecond division of the Eighth Judicial District, of the late of Ohio, at the ensuing Election. AnaObtke Many Voters of old Belmont. J3rPaperi in the distnct please copy. "Mr Eorroa Please announce the name of aeu C. CiaaoLL Esq., aa a candidate for the of Ee o Judge of the Court of Common Pleas. A the e-o nd ub-divisiori f the Eighth Jaditialdutrict. iv"4the.-iatof Ohio, at the general Election, and aoiige many votere ot Belmont Monroe end ?r.uer!iety Counties. W- ft-Papori ihe distnct p .. a- copy. CAMBRIDGE, Ohio July 28th; 1856. Ma Enrroa-Pleaac announce Dr. M.Oeextoi Hmbridge, as a condiduu lor Congre? for thi l7th District, subject to tl.tr Barnesvule Republi an Coneentioo, on ihe 14th August next. Dr. "an is well qualified so represent the interests d the people, and as deserting, from his tide lily XT rTr. .!. involved...

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 July 1856

Agricultural. a- : Tus:r Ccltcrb. it ia mam time to prepre ground for turnip. For a general ru'e early sowing ia Ioudc! to be better than late. The chief difficulty id the way of early cowing ia tbat liiue cannot well be apar. d from the o'her crop before the mid dle or latter part of July. The chances for a good crop from late aow 'ng are much fdi roiniahed. For if the first sowing a-on Id fail either from bad seed, or the destruction of the young planU by insects there will not be an opportunity for a seconl trial.'at there would be if the frst sowing were suffi ciently early. We would therefore advite all who wish to make aurcjof a good crop of lurnipa to have ihe ground well prepared and the seed -own as mm alter the firet cf this month (July) as practically, anJ by all means not delay sowing beyond the fir.-t of A-Jgust, although a favorable sason a good crop may be obtained a week or two later than that. The ground tor turnips should be well pulverised and clean. If there if m...

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 August 1856

y MOBomni i n xu J Belmont Cjprack. ' ' PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY M0R5ING Jffiee on Worth side of Jlin Street in tse New Masonic Ball, few doors East of the Court House. Tisf or tcsscaimoa. Iai4 wKhinthraeaaostlis, ?' 1 paid aflr thattime. S.00 Payt wcomiiBoed only at tb option of tbe editor, Irblia arrearage arc due. TERMS oraDTrSTIBIKC. Each Mnarc. '11 lme or l,)thro wtrt, fl.nr Every additional inaeruoa. 25 L. Vearlr asvertiaeiuenwone coloni, NM rlalf column. S4.W Quarter eoluiBB, FrefCMional carta $3 rr anaum jrjJ-All letters addressed to tbe editor muat be paid to rare attention .cGI W"JN paper diScoiitiiMie"oiitil all arrearage! are aaaieas at tbe option of the editor ,JJI Selected Poetry. From the Boston Transcript. O, Brightly Beams the Summer Sky. O, brightly beams the Summer sky. And rarely blooms the clover: But the little pool will soon be dry The Summer soon is over ! O, light and soft the west wind blows, The flower-bells gently ringing: But blight will fall nt on the r...

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 August 1856

B. E. COWEH, - - - - Ewtob Airul aoilitv to eurr form oflfr Mar the saind rii.n Wt are to ee tne flrt and last and verv oeaasiaa which offers to oppose the cxiefttioa of Slarerr,H'eeter ia 1MT. Thursday Morning, Aog. 7, 1 856 Bbb. aaaMTHgM"'" FOB PRESIDENT, JNO. C. FREMONT,! OF CKLlfOESU. fob vici-riif!Pi.ir, WILLIAM L. DAYTON, or Jftw jlrszt. Republican State Nominations. FOB ICrXUI JUDOS SII0KT TBBII . OZIAS BOW EN, of Marion County. FOB SI" TRIMS JCDCB FULL TEBBJ. JOSIAH SCOTT, of JJutlrr. FOB tcnOOL CCafMISSlOBEB. ANSON SMYTH, of Fraaklia. fab keksl; OF BOARD OF FrBLIC ORIS. JOHN WADDLE, of Row. Republican County Nominations. FOB CUBE OF TBI OOVBT, 010. W. I10GE. af Gohc twahi. fob sflitnrr, HUGH M'NEELY. oFPmm. FOB '." 'T. PART1N BRIGHT, of Col.rtia. FOB BBCOBDEK. JOfeKIA T. BR AN DEN r L R G. of risen fob m, JOHN M KISSON, of Smith. FOB K.-RVST0B. JAMES R. Ml I H. of Richland, ret disbctob or T7II IXTIBXABY, SOLOMON BEN 1 LET, Jr.. of Richland. bbbbbbbsbbsbbbbbbbVrsbbbbbbbBbbb...

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 August 1856

Local Intelligence. Announcement. 29tb; 1856 t M. EDrroai P lew announce lir. M. Gait of Cambridge, as a condklate fo' Onrresa. for this (17th. iJwrrict. subject to the Barne-uile Republi can Con en lion, un the 14th Auimt sort. Ir. Gbexh ia well qualified to represent the interests; vjf the people, and as deerinff. from bis fidelity to the cTeot principle invoked in the canvass, as . Guernsey. To Teachers. V aar THE BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAM- Rf" ifsme, will meet n tbe seiiool hr-nse ' rssK on Marietta strati in St. Cujaevim B r trdiT August ?d- at Id o'clock A. M. aW Dr .w4r rtt tia. Hoard D D. T. COWEN, Clerk. DISTRICT CONVENTIONS. Tbe voters of the Second sub-di- vision of the Eighth Judicial Dis u tzict, consisting of the counties of Monroe, Guernsey and Belmont, t without respect to past political dif- s ferences, who are opposed to the pol- icy of the present Administration j and in favor of restoring tbe action f the Federal Government to the h principles of Washington and Jef- c...

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 August 1856

Campaign Songs. Fremont Choice of the Nation. TUNE—"The Red, White and Blue." For FrernrntV ih cvcice of th N liun-- The pride of the trarU .".n i ri ' , HVII drink to kit h .-.IA rn-i faMiM. Though Ki!Irr.re !.at - -me oVMTic --. II w heart beat I r fWdorn repining On ths coil where (cad iiinrty rc Hr't for o'-r pioneers EufTiinir? The tree f.r.g-ilt red. wi.itetmJ Ha. There are iemJs where million are ycnrrin? For I'reed.ni from tyranny chain. Though to Kar.ena our efiorii an' turning To ke ker from !averV Mais. ForFrenwt, he stand? i:h devotion. And swear? to ti.c I'nion ke true; He crown oVr niour.iaiu to ocean. And plan- there the red, whits an ! i-'.ae. y lectionei br.n's e'.r-!.nli sever T!.e londsour loreflhtri trri-gli:: "The I'nion. fmttm and ever!" L'ns lied, uruvtainexi and un'ow;!.!, b the watchword from Fremont v.e Imrrow, And lie eland hy Mi prorni-c so trr.e; Then who will their hvarier r,: t follow, When he bean t!:e red, w M: and Ha ? Our voire ere joined, tlsen, f...

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