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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 August 1856

$tlmimt rmtitk PUBLISHED EVERT THUR8DAT MORNING Office ea North side of Main Street is the Hew Masoaie Hall, a Tew doors Eaet of the Co art Hoite. ream or iruciirrion. 1 aiitba three ao. tha. . paid nr that line. S, Ob Tii-rt ucoBtmiwd only at lb eptioa of tkc editor, K-olM mirage arc a. TIUI OF A DT XKTIBIMfi). Each Shoarc, (11 line or leu,; Uree weak, $1 .00 trtrf additional laacrtioa. SS Vearlv adTeniManauoDc coluaia, 940,00 laif eolemn, 84,00 ' auarvr col u mn , U.0C Professional card $3 per aanam. nTfAII letter addressed to tbe editor matt b paid to an re attest iQu-jfif, jLf"No paper discontinued ontil II arrearafe are aaaiaat ac tbe option of tbe editor oH Choice Miscellany. Translated from the New York Musical World. THE RUSSIAN SLAVE. It was the epoch of the Congress of Vien na, whan tbe fate of half Europe was de cided amidet pomps and festivities without a rival in modern history. Tournaments, carousals, masked bails, theaters and operas horse-racing &l gaming.regatta...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 August 1856

Belmont Chronicle. iTi. COWEN, .... Editor 'teraI hostility to every form ol lyr- nanv over the raiad of Man." W are tc ese the first and last and i very oceai Wliica tiers to oppose! the xteattoa of Slavery." Webster ia M47. Thursday Morning, Aug. 14, 1856 FOE PRESIiEST, J NO. C. FREMONT, OF CKLlFOnSlX. TOR VtCE-lBESDlBT, WILLIAM L. DAYTON, QFXtW JERSEY. Republican State Nominations. TO SUPREME JUDGE HORT TEEM. OZIAS EOITEN. of Marion County. FOB SCTREME JUDGE FULL TEEM. JOSIAIi SCOTT, of Butler. 50B SCHOOL COMMISSIONER. AHSON SMYTH, of Franklin. FR MEMBER OF BOATD OF PUBLIC WORKS. JOH WADDLE, of Roca. Republican County Nominations. (SB 1XERE OF THE COCRT, GEO. W. HOGE, of Goshen township. FOR SEEK IFF, HUGH M'N'EELY, ef Peas. TOR iVMTOR, FARV1N WRIGHT, of CV.eraln. TOR RECORDER, JOSHUA T. BRANDEN. ERG. of Flushl:. FOR eOMlSMOXSR, JOHN M'KRSON, of Smith. FOR MrSTEYOR, JAMES R. M'MILLAN, of Richland. TOE DIRECTOR OF Till I.TFIRMAST, SOLOMON BEN 1 LEV, Jr., of Richland. (rWe last wee...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 August 1856

Local Intelligence. Announcement. CAMBRIDGE, Ohio July 28th; 1856 Cambridge, as a eondidate for Congress, for this (17th., Ihsict, subject to the Barnesriile Republi can CooTeotion, on the 14th Aueust next. Dr Guxx it well qualified lo represent the interests of the people, and aa deserving, from his fidelity to the treat principles involved in the canvass, as Guernsey. DISTRICT CONVENTIONS. The voters of the Second sub-di-1 vision of the Eighth Judicial Dis trict, consisting of the counties of Monroe, Guernsey and Lelmont, without respect to past political dif ferences, who are opposed to the pol icy of the present Administration and in favor of restoring the action of the Federal Government to the principles of Washington and Jef ferson, are invited to meet in Con vention at BARNEBVILLE, AUGUST lath, 1856, for the purpose of placing in nomi nation a candidate for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, for the said District Also: at the same time ' and place a Convention from ihe 1 7t...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 August 1856

Campaign Songs. From the Philadelphia Bulletin. Uncle James. As sung by the Republican Club. of Philadelphia. TUNE-"Uncle Ned." Tbara -Ma old (mSmmu w':.ra r.s:.i mm James. He a bfcrn leu; ago. !c ago. Ha iaav. to be Mi tar tac some oilier nsnve, j sThieti I don't Li-pca to Wco. CaVata. Then hang op tiie fiddle rv! 'ho hsaar. Taaa up 'be ihov?l n i boa. And we'll 'i2 Ht hole lor old aweta Jems. And we'li bury him deep snu Ur. In the Federal rank long time he stood. And once he was hearJ fee ahaaC, That "if he hid a drop of Democratic b:aod, He"M be glad to let it sat." Cgosca Then lay down. itc. To Oetend cnee went this old man. And this honest scheme di 1 re.ral--a We'll buy Spain's daughter . Ctiba. i we can. And what we can't buy we'll steal.' Giiotre Tien lay down. &c. TVber; he'd grown o'd, his party Sanaa! They'd iafa L'ctl hmtm by (km asax. And put him up in a fight rhey fa gt. With Slavery1 hot; of foee. Gbci I Then lay down. cc. Bat poor Ur.r'e Jarmi (i oo oiJ la fitf!:...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 August 1856

UKL l lu -I v PCBLISHfD EVEHT TITCTRFDAT MOBKINO the 'n Maonic Hail, a tVw dnor Favi of tar ourt Mon-e. Team or ncaacumoii. II t aa within thre nionttn. B Ji lt p-i .! -ftr thattiiK. 2.00 Paaat Jsiacoatiaaed' only at the option of thewtitor. whtlic arrearage are dac. TUM OPAOTERTIRING. Ecr, ajjoare. (11 linn or lfu three week, 1.00 Bery additional imeruon. 25 V early adrertiarmeuU one colana, fett.lMJ 7aJf column. 34.00 aaartereotaara, 15.00 Crofeiainnal card S3 per aaoora.. HTKAfl letter addreaaed to th editor miM fce paid to aari re altent ion JJFXo paper diacontiaaad'aatil all arraaoce are an aim at tbe option of the editor T Selected Poetry. [From the Evening Mirror.] Just Fifteen Years Ago. BY J. W. WELCH Do yon remember. Tom. the place, Where oft we used to roam. That little cot beneath the trees We called our forest home? Oh. yea, I know yoo"ll ne'er forget. Wherever you may go. That cherish ed root in which we dwelt. Jnst fifteen years ago. Do you remember bow the ho in Al! ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 August 1856

$diiuntt CrDttirk. j B. R. COWEN, Kdito fclcrnrfl hotil(tt CO eWT form OftTl nnnr over tae mind f Maaw" tW are to MM the first and last snd very oceaaion which offers to oppose the sxtcnaiou of ta ery."n-H ebster ia a oat. Thursday Morning, Aug. 21, 1856 bob riKsiMir, INTO f! FRT.AR VYT of California. roB ticwin wir, WILLIAM L. DAY IU. or -vt r jtKz r. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. CALEB B. BtttTH, f Hamilton county. JACOB rCKKINt'. of Trumbull county. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTORS Iit. 3d PETER oni.IN. of Monttnmcrr. ;th WILLIAM II. P. DENNY, of Warren. Sib ROBKRT G. PEN N I NGTONX Seneca, loth FRANCIS CLEVELAND, of Viu. ItCh JOHN WELCH, of Alhcua. t Ali DANIEL HUMPH KEY. of Lick inf. 13th HENRY D. tOOKE. of Erie. 16th DAN'L APPLEX.ATE..f Muskingum 17th MILLER PENNINGTON, of Belmont 19tl. AARON WILCOX. Mist AMOg L. BI S?, of Carroll. Republican State Nominations. o BcrBEMB jcpoe iff ob t Tim. UZIAS BOWIN, of Marion Count t. FOB SITKEME JUrCB full tzbm. JOftlAU SCOTT, of Botlcr. FOB SCHOOL COMMtSS...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 August 1856

Local Intelligence. We (till offer our paper at the following I rates: FOR THE CAMPAIGN. One Copy 25 eta. Pire Cornea - - - - $1,00 L T fl75 Send aiocg the names, friends, and give r the people light. FOR THE CAMPAIGN. MASS MEETING. There will be a Mesa Meeting of the friend ol Jk FREE SPEECH AND FREMONT oo TAY WL LOU'S HILL, about one-fourth of a mile West of T Mr. Olivar Taylor's readem e, in Union township . Saturday. August Olh, 166, t 2 o'clock, r. at. f B. 8. CO WEN, THOS. C. THEAKER, f and other wilt address the meeting. All persons, without respect to party, are res f pectfuily invited to be present. REPUBLICAN MEETINGS! 1 urn Out. Kr ien d of F rcedomA Fremont There will be Republican Meetings held at the jl following tttnea and places, when good speakers will be in attendance: At LEWIS'S M'LL, on Saturday, August 30, t 2 o'clock, r. at At MT. LIBERTY, Wayne Township, on Wednesday. August 28th. at 1 o'clock, r. at. VALLEY SCHOOL HOUSE. Wheeling town- ship, on Friday 29th in...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 August 1856

FRFDRICK KLETT $ CO'S Worm Destroying Sugar Plums. tarn " DR. BARDOITS Tastloss Worm Sugir Drops For sale al J. W. COLLINS' Proi fcari Sundries. FIFTY BAGS RIO .'OrECE; er, Mils Nn. 3 Mackerel; S5 :;r. " ;i n .-- R iee: 2i tones Saleratiis: 3 " Gei man S'i: 10 Scdi'lHcTni.reo; lu halfchestsO. P. T-a: 5 " - V ll.T.v; 5, " M I .1 fl j 9tt Mti Uaaf Cms'.e-l Sajcv; 2 b'.ls Golden Syrup Forsaleby THORCRX .'. I! I. HDi". " . yI0t! 4X M Jiu i-li et. Wucelinr. IIALSKY'S FOREST WINE, & &UM-D0ATED FOhEST PILLS. The most ixiraurdinarv iiatxrverj in thr Wariii , MOO.OOO BOTTLES &. BOXES SOL!) WM'AI.V And Thonsnd of Lira saved from a PI F. .VI ATC&E Gd.VK.h) this a:e tutamttf. Testini onals ol the most RMBttytiiMMf chera ler are 1 onlihually nr.nz hi Iro.n vi-rv ;art of iie Country. hearinr wiim ioihi unparalle.'icdenii c. v of tliese Medicines. The following show tii' MMta or lira -ti --.1 . R MM Irtf" and other t--tiui'i'i.iU. m , Ir m all. part of the Cbm i a'td Brftiaj IMlaai...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 August 1856

$tkrrti imitlf. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY MORNING ts on Nort h aide of Main Street in tke New Masonic Hall, a few doors East of the Court Honne. TERM V OF XUBSCKIPTIUK. If aaai within three uionttii, wsjl If paid after tbatliaae, 3,00 Paimt ;ducontiBuel only at the option of tbe editor, w o ilia arrearages are due. TUBS oraDTKBTISINC. Each square, (11 lines or leas.) three week, $1 ,' Every additional insertion, 25 Veariy advertisements ODt column, $40.1". lalf column, ,M Barter colusan, 15,' Professional cards S3 per annum.. TjyAII letters addressed to the editor must be paia" to asnre attent QJ JJpNo paper discontinued until all arrearages are an n less at the option of tbe editor 11 Original Poetry. To Lizzie. They tell me, Lizxie. "thou art grown Old, and thy form is laded now; That lieauty from thy cheek has flown. And care's deep lines are on thy brow." Nor can I doubt the t!e they tel Of change andblkht .-ince last we met. For by myself I know lull well Thy beauty 't morning s...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 August 1856

'ttdnont (Lbruiiidf. I; rOOWE. -.- - KditobI uVtmul nncti! ill to t . C I V ' I 'J r ! of U - anur over the BBind ofMn." are to mc the firt and last nod , .r.r. oecaaioa which oiler to oppose mm oatc-sion of BlarerT."Wehsier ia INT. . I Thursday Morniufr Aug. 2S. 1800 FOB PHLSii EN7. Or CKLlFli&SiA. rpB !CE-rlE-LrT, WILLIAM L. DAYTON, or xtw jr.KtF.r. SENATORIAL ELECTORS. CALEB B. SMITH, of Hn:!ion county. JACOB PERKINS, of Trumbull county. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTORS. Mat Sd PETER ODLIN, of Montgomery. 7 lb WILLIAM H. P. DENNY, of Warren. tth J. R. H : BBELL. of Delaware 9th ROBERT G. PEN MNGTON.of Seneca. (Hh FRANCW CLEVELAND, of Sciota. 1 Itb JOHN WELCH, of Allien. jib DANIEL HUMPHREY, af Licking. I3lh HENRY D. COOKE, or Erie, IStb JOHN M. HODGES, of Twnaw 16th DAN'L APPLEGATE.f Mssmiagiim 1 Tth MILLER PENNINGTON, of Belmont 19th AARON WILCOX, of Luk". Slat AMOS E. Bt'SS, f Carroll. Republican State Nominations. FOB BPREal JUD3E SH02T TERM. OZ1AS BO WEN, uf Marion County. FOB BUP...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 August 1856

Local Intelligence. We still offer our piper at the following 1 rates: FOR THE CAMPAIGN. ' One Copy 25 cU. 1 Five Copies - - - - $1,00 i Tan $1,76 Send slor.r; the names, friends, and give I the peopla light. FOR THE CAMPAIGN. MASS MEETING. There wili btaMia Jleeitrar ol tne rriencu oi FREE SPEECH AND FREMONT on TA Y- j m LOU'S HILL, about one-fourth oft mile W est of I W Mr. OliTer Taylor's residence, in Union township , f on I Saturday, Angrm SOUi, lSi6, at I o'clock, r. St. B. S. COWEX, THOS. C. THEAKERJ , and others will address the inoetiug. All persons, without reeix-. I I ) partr, are res pectfully invited to be prett;.1.. REPUBLICAN MEETINGS! Torn Out, Friend of FreedomJcFremonl tlmm will be KrjeMatM Meetings held at the j- following times and places, t:ierj good speakers t wilt be in afcn'iance: At LEWIS'S MPLL, tm Saturday, August 30, i at 2 o'clock. P. m J VALLEY SCHOOL BOUSE, Wheeling town ahip, on Friday 29ih inst, at 1 o'clock To Teachers. . MsafciTHE BOARD OF SCHOOL E...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 August 1856

Campaign Songs. The Good Old Flag. AIR—"Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea." Th rve ehraTs for the po.-id oM Flsu, Tlist .e long baa vravi J ihe gai Once more fling i.ut if? !! p- in? fc-Vi, AnH T-ftke Am !rii'o- quail. And inake Vs traii-re my iwvj-s, While, like M : rtt.qu -ke'e KMT, Our leering shout g up to keaeca, TbooiJ old flag or.re more. "Oh ! tor place to hide cur heaa-," I rtearrj the tones cry. Affrighted by the te'!y-h ! Of hunters reaMeg hy, Of hunter ruthine jr, my lys. Wiih Fremont in the ran. A glorious Jackson Dcmorrat. A hold, true-heartrd rana. Three cheers for the goo.1 o!d flat Mbjr it never trail in dust; And the unsheathed wmmi ef Bert IV never soiled itli r st MxvtbeFpirt live that braeed the foe. Vnawed, unonqaered till. That ftVhed in fire nt Ia ringl n. And llaied a-R-nker Rallying Song. Awake! for tlx- S'rttggSe ItsssiltHessjrisil I Mama, Arise ! -sir. no lime to lie tmU end dn. For the hes yens resound with Ibe I Hi' erica, A nd the moke ol tle b 1 1 aSrii- w ...

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

PCBIIBEED EVERT TBTJBSDAY WORKING Office on North side of Mail Street fa the New Masonic Hall, few Jeers J-, ui or scitctirooa. If o ai within three mi 11, LM If nil after thai bote. 2,00 Fapara JaiacentiEned only St the option of the editor, whilie UTMitiwet oae. nun oraDvcB-nsioe. Each stymie, fll lbor (eat,) ttree week, at.OC Ltctj additional imertion, S V early adrer-.iaemanu one column, 40,on laJf column. Se.OO Quarter column. 11.00 Ptofeaeional card 83 per annum.. UTAH letter? addressed to the editor molt be paid to asnre attention JPPNo paper diacont.nMd oatTI all arrearafea are atinlesa at the option a,f tke editor," It Selected Poetry. Ministering Angels. BY "FANNY FORRESTER." Mother. htsMie bird that nestled Lovinerypon thy breast. Folded up hi little pinion. And in darkness gone to rest? Nay, the crave is dark and dreary. But the lost one i- not thrre; Henr'st tbon not its gentle whieper, Floating on tiie ambient air ! It is near thee, gentte mother. Near thee at the even...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 4 September 1856

s . . tlmimt &nmir!t. - o f? R COWElf, ... - Editor 'illtrual hostility lo every lorm oftjr- t . Mr orer the dim 1 ai." are to ae the first and last and yery occasion which oilers to oppose the exleasiea of alavery."-- Wcrter id 1847. mi a- r- m A T O Tnursday Morning, oopi. i oao roF. rSESIDEKT, JNO.C. FREMONT, OF CALIFORNIA. for vrc-rE2s;rLT, WILLIAM L. DAYTON, OF f KIT J EH SET. SE.XA TORI A L ELECTORS. CALEB B. SMITH, of Hairilton county. JACOB PERKINS, of Trumbull county. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTORS. DME let JOHN B. STAI.LO. of DeeeiMas. and RICHARD M. COKWINE, of Hmnilton. RJ PETER ODLIN, of Montgomery. 9th E. P. EVANS, of Adams. 7th WII,I,iaM II. . DENKV", of Warren th J. R. H BBKtK "f DcLr 9tli ROBERT G. PENNINGTON .of Seneca. Vhh FRANCIS CLEVELAND, of ScioU. llth JOHN WELCH, of Allien. 19th DANIEL HL'MPHREV, of Licking. 13th HENRY D. COOKE, or Erie. ISih JOHN M. HtiDiiES. of Tjcaiaraa, lfitii DAVIS GREEN , .f Wilir,gt..n. 17th MILLER PENNINGTON, ef Belmont 19t.ii A ARON WIL...

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

Local Intelligence. We still offer our paper at the following rate: FOR THE CAMPAIGN. One Uopy - - - s. fire Copies .... $1,00 Tea . I Send along the names, friendi, and five I ike people light. REPUBLICAN MEETINGS! I 1 arm 0t,Fricdg of FreedoaaA-Fremoat Tkere'will be Republican Meetings held at the - following time and places, when geod speakers will be in attendance: ' Lt STEWART'S SCHOOL HOCiE . one mile m McMiilarj'a Mill, on the Cadiz and Athena iMP, on Friday evening, Sept. 5th. Jamzs Day. wTtbene will address the meeting. ' At BELL AIR, Saturday. September 6th, at 1 o'clock r. k. B. S. Cowen and Millar Penington. will addrew the meeting. At NEWCASTLE, rhnredav, September 11 . at 1 o'Vlock . A ARMSTRONG'S MILL, September U, at n aI'lOYDSVILLE, Saturday evening, Septem ber 6th. To Teachers. ! fs&.TRE BOARD OF .SCHOOL EXAM- j pS iwebs, will meet in the school bouse I on Marietta str 1 1 in .t. Claiesyille, turdt.v Septfmber;i3. at 10 o'clock A. M. r 1 ..I D D. T. COWEN, Cler...

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

Premiums. OFFERED BY THE BELMONT CO. AGR. SOCIETY BELMONT CO. AGR. SOCIETY FOR 1856. FAIR TO BE HELD ON THE 1st, 2d, and 3d days of October. 1st, 2d, and 3d days of October. HORSES . Class A. Thorough Bred. Best 8lilion 4 years old St up. V St 10C 8aticfactory evidence of unbroken pedi gree to be furnished to the committee, am: to" be tKd in the county t teast one sea on before said premiums can be drawn. Beat brood Mare D St 3C 2d 2C To be owned in thecountr. Evidence ic be furnished same a for Suilion. Committee: Dr. Alexander, St. Claire- ville; M. Edward, Wheeling: Fulton Mof fet.Cadit: George Bethel, Flushing; Franl t'lhoun. Barnesville. CLASS B. Horses best adapted to Saddle and Light Harness. lat Prem. 3d Stallion 4 vra old &. upward 815 ?K 3 ' 10 6 3 C 4 1 42 Brood Mare 4 yrs old and upwards 10 i i, 3 8 2 Filler 2 year old 4 3 1 J S Saddle Mare or Gelding 16 1C Pr matched Geld nga or mares 20 Is Simile Driver 16 M Brood Mare to be shown io committee with foal st her side...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 11 September 1856

mi PUBLISHED EVERT AT MOSKHIG 3tsWem Worth side af Main Sires .fa tbe How Masonic Hall, a NW aors - Eutt of the Coth Howe. - I tiu or rinciimo. jgtynyiganl.no' ooly oprtw- of tt H rtor. tech rw5! or" aias Crarjr aMitiS! hwrnkm . S5 f r Ifl - -' crii 3 per urnum.. - ET" letU! nM' to lbt K""rt " F Srf I inrTrT ' ' tiluttnen " THE REPUBLICAN PARTY—ITS POLICY. JOHN C FREMONT AND HIS REVILERS. ill? tbi Dnr PPeal 10 iB b8hlf ; of Liberty, the Constitiition, and rh'e ffetoa i oftheStates. The exercise of the elective I , franchise is a most important duty ; St is the 1 peaceful Tesnedy provided for the preserve , ties of our Free Jnstiutions. To Tote is the duty of evf ry American citizen to vote I . wrong is a crisis like the present is t fetr ,.1 responsibility. That nan only is Free j in the exercise of the elective franchise who ( goes to the ballot-box uninfluenced by party ' spirit, and deposits his vote with a full knowl- 1 edge of the issues and principles involved. Never in the hi...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 11 September 1856

Bflmmrt lmnridf. I B. COWEN, Erre Ktrrnii hotilit to 'vnr lorm ol tyr anny ever the Mind of Jan." " vVs are to as the first aa last sua cr occatina which alters ta oimh tee extension of Slarrv.'---V ebster in IM. Thareday Mominft Sept 11, 1856 gfl?"-""' ""' "as .aaaafi FOK rBESIDENT, j JNO.C. FREMONT.! 0" CALIFORNIA. . FOR v;ce-pbes nrxr, WILLIAM L. DAYTON, ot xe.tr jtxstr. SEX A TORI A L ELECTORS. CALfcB B. SMITH, of Hamilton countv. JACyB NCftKlMi of TrumWnll county. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTORS. . HV.sL J si JOHN 7V STAT.I.O, r H.mnW . tntd R1CHAKD M COR WINE, of Hunilton. Jo- PfcTl-K 0D1.IN, af Mor.tgainerv. 1 U fe. P. EVANS, or Adam. 7th WILLIAM H. P. DENNY, of Warrac i sJth -J. R. H ' BBELL, of Dels sre, tth ROBKRTG. PENNIN(JTO.f Seaeea. IHa FRANCI.-J CLEVELAND, af ScioU. Ilth JOHN WELCH, af Alliens. Itxh DANIEL HUMPH KEY, af L. eking 13tb HENRY D- -0KK. of Erie. I 13th JHN M. HODGE.-, of Tuscarawas. . Hth DAVU GREEN . ..f Wa.hhatrt. ITth MILLER PENNINGTON, of Belmont Ittb AARON WI...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 11 September 1856

Local Intelligence. We still offer ov paper it the following rates: FOR THE CAMPAIGN. FiveCee1M .... $1,00 Tim ti,7 Send aloof Ae bom, friends, and five t he people light. REPUBLICAN MEETINGS! Tarn Oat, Friend of Freed omA Fremon t There will be Republican Meet mgi held at the following time and place, when good speakers will be la attendance At NEWCASTLE, rhnmday, September 11 . at 1 o'clock. At ARMSTRONG'S MILL, September 11, at !JK MORRISTOWN , on Friday everting, Sept. M. B. S.Cows will addreaithe meeting Tn TArAr. s JBBfcTHE BOARD OF SCHOOL EX AM MUM ima, will meet in the school house aF on Marietta street in St Claimville, on ran kv September 13. at 10 o'clock A. M. C, i., l the Rrtarrl. " 7 D D. T. COW EN, Clerk. Oct Schools. The Fall sessions of ear schools in town commence under very flattering auspices. The teachers are Mr. Rotr E. Ch users, sad Missea Edckktoi, Siatnos sad Weldu. Mr. Moork. the fcmsT Principal of the schools, has left for the South, intending to make it h...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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the United States, hail be the supreme law of the land; and judges is every State shall be bound thereby, any thing is the consti tution er laws f ny state to the contrary notwithstanding." The Supreme Cewrt of the United States hare uniformly decided that the Coestitn tioo of the United Sute treats the slaves aa persons and not as property. While these provisions of the Constitution remain while Justice and Right exist smon men do we deny the right of the People of a Territory to eatablit h Slavery. If they can i anctivn Slavery the "iura of all vi'.lainies"' what crime cannot they endorse! Brigham Young and his seventy wires will bare no trouble under an admin istration such as Buchanan proposes, or get ting into the Cn-on with polygamy in her Constitution. Slavery in Kansas! Polygamy in Utah! Ail done in the rame of Democ racy' "What man seeing this and having human feelings does not blurh and hang hit head, to think himself a man." For what purpose the St-uth wants Kan sts will ...

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