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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 1 October 1857

BANK LAW. Published by Authority. AN ACT. To incorporate the Bank o: Ohio and Branches- SunOS 1. Be it tmartrd hm Or General Aim Uf ftke State of Ohio, That t e Bunk of Ohi be ad lie same is hereby incorpirated with all the powers Hereinafter granted, and hy mat name snsn be capable of contracting, and of prosecuting and defending actions as full as m&laral persons, and Of doing all other acts necessary to effect the ob- jscts con tern plated in this set by the creation of aid corporation. Sec- 2 That as soon as fire or more branches of the Bank of Ohio shall be organized, as in thi act is aaiborhted, the directors of the Bank of Ohio, appointed by each branches, shall meet in the city of Cnlunbns at such rime as shall be designates' by the board of bank commissioners, who shall give ten day previous notice to each branch of ttie time of each meeting, and provided two-thirds of me whole number oi such directors shall be con vened, the shall organize by tiking an oath.dili eemly,...

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 October 1857

$flnumt Cijrflnitlev 'Kiel-Hal hostiljlv to evrry forui ol'ir. at.ar over the wind of .tin." ST. CLAIRSVILIiE THURSDAV. OCTOEI1 I, 1S57. Republican State Ticket. Po (iJt'ESI B, Salmon p. ciiae ro t.:EUTr.!tsT sovenso, UABTS.X WEIKb., of Waj te : mm sr.cacT.ar or aT?: ADDISON P. Ut;M:i.I.. of C nton TBZASCfcFK OF STATt, ALFUhV V. STM of I iai:tl u. F"E StTUtMC JCMF., Milton scti-iff, cf Trewiini:. fOTt B'l ED OF riBLIC WuKkS, JACOB llLlCKENSirrRIEK, Jli ., or TCCAJMtl'A.. uIt is our opinion that JOTIX G. BRESLIX 'abitrw-ol ihe money fmn the Treasury" Keport o tlw Investigating Committee. j I (fcJ-Drtnd every thing they may utter a being false.- Gatrlle and Citi?n. When you bear a man, in tli-put! (riving utterance to no other argument than. 'it's lie, it's a lie, you Way be pretty tell ai e fied that be U cornered. Uucrnsg JJf'r- Here from one of bis own pny, is the true position of Capt. Ueaom given. It if not only the position of him. but of '.he Democratic f rese a I! over the Sla...

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 October 1857

Local Intelligence. Union County Ticket. " txTo. ISAAC HOLLOVVAY, of Flushing. ETUSSKTATIVE, ISAAC WELSH, ot Waahington. raoBATE nnot, SAMUEL DAVENPORT, of Warren. TIEAfCIEK, ALEX. HAMMOND, of Pultney. rsosEctrnxs attosicet. LORENZO DAN FORD, or Richland. i coniimoKEK, JONATHAN T. ECHOLFIELD, of Warren. " ' ' ,' ' COEOSEK, GEO. CRISWELL, of Fultney. ikniaicr Drsit-roa. JOHN WARD, of Richland. ' (KrCHARGE HOME UPON THEC$ Oy TREASURY PLUNDERING C0 DEMOCRACY THAT GOV. ME-C0 (KTDILL PERMITTED JOHN GCC 05- BRESLIN TO HOLD THE ,Q ay TREASURY OtFICK TEN JQ 03-MONTHS BEFORE FILLING ) XrHISBOND!3) Union County Ticket. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. MAIL. OHM WET. Betlaare - A, C.leacoe ' ' 4JS1 NIGHT EXPRESS. oixo wesr. 7.50 P. N .I6 " fc,34 - I.ewi-' atltla S.l a. id s . - 5.? - ( 5. " Helsaont Nfia Hflh ftortona BanwnUw- S.50 0 C soma nrr. el. bt. C.U0 A rWraa riltc e.4 p. M. :1 Snnon P.' J7 - .4S " .j " 6 4- - 7.IK - Burr. M ills .l)4 lwi' Milk '.17 " i ."lencn...

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 October 1857

RULES AND REGULATIONS of the Belmont Co. Agricultural Society. of the Belmont Co. Agricultural Society. FOR 1857. of the Belmont Co. Agricultural Society. FOR 1857. FAIR To be held at ST. CLAIRSVILLE, on Wed'sday, Thursday Friday, Sept. 30, and October 1 and 2. THE FIRST DAY Will be deroted to arranging Stock, filling vacancies on committees. Ac. At one o'clock ilie names of members of cominittws will be called fioiii the Ui.1. All enfrie; musi oe uiaue tne nrst day i tiie lair ' when the Books will be positively clo sed. All stock intended for competition lor premiums, and luat can be managed will be exhibited in procession in the ring on tbe afternoon of this day. Boys and Girls Equestrianism. THE SECOND DAY Will be devo ted to the general .exhibition. At eight o'clock tbe Awarding Committees will receive the Duplicate Books, from the Secretary at the business stand, contain ing entries of all articles to l.e examined by them, and they are requested to be punctual in making their ...

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 October 1857

BANK LAW. Published by Authority. AN ACT. . I 8mn 1. Rr if rmartri In tie Gnrrml AwB' &ty tV Stale Oiio, That I -a Bnk of Ohio be and the nine is hereby in corpora led with all the power berematter panted, and oy mat name anau CM caaaMe ot COOU-sctUM?, aaa Of prosecmirur, ana defending actiona aa fully aa natural persona, and of doing all other acta necessary to effect the ob ject contemplated ia thia act by the creation ol aaid enraoratian. Sec 2 That aa soon aa five or more branches of the Bask of Ohio ahall tuorganised. aam thu act ia authorized, the directora of the Bank of Ohio, appointed hf each branedee. ahall meet m the city oi CohmtPaa at anch time aa ahall be designated ty the board of bank commissioners, who shall give ten dara' pre nous notice to each branch of tiie Smeof such meeung, and provided two-thirds of whole o amber ol sach directors shall be eoo vaaed, the shall orjranne by taking an ath, dili gently, faithfully and impartially to perform the daties imposed...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 October 1857

rteratl kontility to eyery'roTuu oftyr aaar over the mi ad of " ST. CLAIRSVILLB THURSDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1857. Republican State Ticket. fob cuvEBRoit, SALMON P. CHASE. FOB LlECTEKilT GOVEKBOB, jHAilTIX WEI KLK, of Wayne oaalr SECB.E.TABT OF STATE, ADDISOif r. KUSSELL, of Clinton TKEASTJBEK OF STATE, ALFRED P. 8TOKK. of Frauklta. fob, tvntut JCKOE, MILTON alTXIFF, of Trnmbull. FOB BOA BP OF rTBUC WOESS, JAtUB L'MtKF.NSDERKER, JK., OF TUW1R1WH. uJt is our opinion that JOHN G. BRESLIN abstraded Cut money from the Treasury " Report oi the Investigating Committee. ARE YOU READY? Let every voter ask himself this queation, and see that it is properly answered. Only a few days more and you will be called upon to cast your vote. This is one of our most 6acred duties, and it Lchooves us ns citizens of this State, of this coun try, as members of the great family of man, to look well to our cause. Would Washington and his com panions have ctred had they laid down their arms and refused to strike th...

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 October 1857

Local Intelligence. Union County Ticket. Coa . The! Aim. c. Com;- The - ;. - ' ....-,.. CUATOE. ISAAC HOLLOWAY, of Flashing. , BSrUSEHTATITI, ISAAC WEIH, of Washington. r . ! i ' TKOBATE JTDSE, Samuel davenport, of wm. TIEASCIEE, . ALEX. HAMMOND, of Pnltnej., " rtosEccTute attoskev. LORENZO DANFORD, of Richland. COXMianOITEB, JONATHAN T. SCHOLFIELD, of Warren. 1 coiom, GEO. CRISWELL, of rukney. 5 tmiun DIBECTOE. . JOHN WARD, of Richland. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. Cot aril . b) wf. , . MAIL. ) avssT. m. . .n A Al f MAIL. NIGHT EXPRESS. MM WMT. ijs r. M GfcacMT- :7" - UariV Mills " Bdsso.l ' 6, Si BvraMCb " JlirtMM 7.09 - Ba-awilla 7.SS " CM " 6. W " t-,43 " t.4B e7 oias east. 6.34 A. I . ,5a 6.5J - 7. U3 .xl t.ii - oatM Bin. senilis 8.4C f. '. " . , e-57 " Mills oat S, " . .I7 S.3S " Umm- Miila tkilaira 10,00 ( aatil larcber notice. J. WELSH, Agent. GLENCOE Sept. 30, 1857. sat ft. J ANNOUNCEMENT. . t&We are authorized to announce the name dANDKGW ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 October 1857

(From the Chicago Press.) Sugar from the Chinese Cane. THE QUESTION OF CRYSTALIZATION SETTLED. We have rem it a'ated that not less loan a hundred thousand acrvs hare been devo ted to Chinese eogar-cane in this coontrj the present season. The ' experiment of manufacturing suar and molasses frm it. therefore, will be tried on a scale sufficient ly large to determine the whole qucftiin of its t1u for such purposes. Tiiem are fields ot it in every siate and territory in the union, and from various quarter, both t the north and the smith, ue hear that the crop is approaching maturity, and that preparations are being; made to ibinularture sugar. It bas been extensively planted in our ow stale, aid some specimens which have fallen under ucr n'Hice exhibit an ex traordinar giowth. A gentleman from Champaign ounly left eTrji tt ri ty staiks with as yesteiday from ten to twelve feet in heigh), which were (ul! ot juice that to the taste wss as rich as saccharine matter a that of the proper sug...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 October 1857

Original. Albert's Hat. Tis a dear little bat, and it hangs there (till. And the voice of the past, mikes our heart-strings thrill For it seems a a shadow, ef days passed o'er. Of the bright one gone, who that hat once wore. Tea, there sileat it hangs, with its ending front, Still as! playfully rolled, as ha been its wont; ' But the lieht-colorad ringtrta, which ware below; Has shown their last luster, years ago. Ah! the hat is the same, bat it shadows no mora. Those light bine eyes, as is dayaof yore; And the sonny smile, that played on that brow, Caa bat light op our bean's sad memory now. Torn recall dm the past, fat his dimpled hand. Will never again loach that little band; Nor the breeze no more will bear the lone Of the ringing laugh, of Ally gone. , Bat think of him new. with a glittering crown. O'er his Heavenly-forehead, reeling down; While his fingers stray over the golden tyre; That blends his voice with the cherub choir. LYDIA H. RAYMOND. ALPPLETON, WIS., July 1857. Line...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 October 1857

iflmimt imick tftral ostilrtT ! erery form oftrr aaay oer the mind of .Hn." ST. CLAIRSVrLLE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1857. Buchanan's Letter Answered. It will bs remembered bt most of our reader, that we published a lettT to M-. BccsUBas from Fillmore end o'h rs , in r lation, to Kansas mkt ni. &1, BocHAi ; answered in what was atjled by ttie Dcrouc- raer. a renr able letter. Indeed e beard oue Bay that he would excuse sucb impu-j deace on the part of the petitioner! on ac want of it having drawn out the grvulet ieuer ever wnnta ,u rcy.j. Tbia week we publUb the letter w reply that we hope will be read by c-v. ry one. The petitioners hae been the object, of the aevereat maledictions by the fri.nJ 'of Mr. Bbchaias, all over the nation When in fact tbey eld nothing out of thrir right and privelege. The right of pet i.i n ii one of the dearest right of the American C-tilen. a right tha: none dare call in que lion. Mr. Bcbjuiab receind the letter privately, instead of answering in like...

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 October 1857

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. MATt. mi araer. NIGHT EXPRESS. Bellajre 6.00 A. M. sjn r. i e.i " tM - e.ea - B.57 " ,i - cim .S7 Lewi.' Mill . " Belmont 65 " BarraMMa ?. " nm 7.M " MM KAPT- ( ! aeT. Baraeeviltr 8.46 P. M. 6J4 A. II Burtons - " Barn Mill! .0S " ( M " MMI a.oa - " Lew-Mil ,1T ",a - Sleaee . 1M - eMail KM" " I '. J. WELSH, Agent. GLENCOE. Sept. 30, 1857. Wiiil OX FRIDAY EVENIXG, 16TH, , REV. C. W. FEARNS, WILL preach at the Episcopal Church, t 11 o'clock, A. X oo next Sunday. (PeDcojlvooim Leg ialature baa passed a relief bill, fixing the third Monday in April next for the resumption of specie pay. inent. fJCTTbe Bank excitement is growing more and more intense. The New York Banks have nearly all saspeitdei- The Bus Vn Banks are going, and a very tight time is expected in the east. OrWe hare kept our paper back this week to announce the result of the election. Tbe morns come in slowly. Pennsylvsnia baa, beyond a doubt, el...

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 October 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. The following remedies are offered to the pub K M the best, mt perfect, whi -h mcdirai science tan ulford. AYEt CaTKaaTic FlMa haTe been pre i with tiio nfcnost skill whi A the medical pro-K-rfi-n of this site p-vs.tia.es. and their enects snow t:ie he .rues which surpass any com'mn&tioa of medicines hitherto known. Othr preparations 6v lore or les ir--d; but thi cures such dtiiieTous t-j-'in'.iiU. o jui- k .Kill snrvlr, fcs lo prove an T:ac',cv Hid a power to uproot d;eane txjoni tuy ."i'l-st whi -h men hrve kn-.wn before. By removing tbc ct-tTuctj u of ibe iiitTiial organs and .fjnu fiUo them into LwiUiT acLtou. they renur..te tLe f-cr.tamt of life and Tisor health course anew throutrh the bodv, and the tick man is well yin. 1 her are adup:d to disease, and diiea. oal for joi taken -v one in Leallh Uioy produce but lit is eTect. I'tis a the p-rt'ertion o medicitn. It is antagonistic to di-eaae, co mve. Tender thiiJren may tr.Ve t'ueia with istpcsiit?. If they am...

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 October 1857

Poetry. [For the Chronicle.] Come Out on the Sea. TO ELLA. Come out. come oat on the sea to-night. The ware ar; all asleep. The gentle atara are mirrorM bright Within the silvery deep, . A joy beams forth from the night's mi'.d eye, A language pure and free. They call from tbrir tarry home, the skies ' Come out, come out on the wa. Come ont, come out on the sea to-night. The silver m eon will wear gentle amile, and through aer light Send beauty to the fair, Diana and her train unite In auoga to welcome tbee With music low and sweet to-night, Come out on the sea. ELTON. From Alexander Smith's "City Poems" As wild mother, when her child is dead. Flings herself down on the unheeding face. And poors mors passionate kisses on the lipt Than when they ki-acd again, vA then startup. And, in a dreamy luxury of grief. Strews the while corse wi'h flowers. "III lay tbee out, t My poor dead lore, and fbndlier gaze oo thee Than when than smiled amid thy golden hair. And sang more sweetly than Hop...

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 October 1857

$5clnumt (Cjirmiielt. oUrnl bokMittjr to every form r tyr-etaa-y orer tbe ntimt ef Mil." ST- CLAIRSVILLE THCRSDAT. OCTOBER Si, 1SL7. CHASE RE-ELECTED. There is nuw bo rrtaonable daunt but tbat SaLMoi P. CaasK ia once more circl ed Goteriior of Ohio Hi aiijiiritj ie not exactly kDowa, nor wi'I it be uu;i! Uie ifii citl ote is received Irom every county. But the fact tbat lie it elected ia enough, irrespective of die majority, for us to eon aidtr at pretest. Tbe Legislature i Di-oi-; ocratic, but m it b good Governor it cannot ran to wide the mark. We regret our de- feat in ibe LegieUture. We regret that me bate not larger vote in the State. Bnt we are more than jratif.rd that it ia as weil as it ia. We fVel i xu.Uut. We aut a rooster to crow. We tried to borrow Capt. KeaToh' but it bad made fo Foyrvful a crow last e k tbat it ia not lilvly to sur vive. Tbe Dmocracy are down in tbe Biuulh. apd like a whipped dog tl.ey are r-ku king away, growling a they go that re'U make Chase Preside...

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 October 1857

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. MAIL, nw wit Bella.re .M A. M Cleweae Lewi-' Mill! . Belmont . - Bam MCI '. - Burtons 7 OS aatna iast- Batlaas n.57 Burr Mills 3 Belaosnt tV Iwit' Mill .17 Starai .3S PimHTiiw e.vo r. ll..r 10-bS ' Ppea4 poa tlita aalU farther aotice. J. VELMf, ArwtL l NIGHT EXPRESS. aotxa a r-r. 7 .So P. V U " f fc-H " ( t-.tH -( ci.i7 - 9,1 - VOL.. lpl- .34 A. M. 41 M ( 6.5a " 6...S I Til " t.4S - Cutacac. Sent. 30. 1857. t (QrJ. C. Metcalf, write from Wis consin, in account of large Pumpkin be railed in the "pis' season. It measured 6 feet and 6 inches in circumference, snd weighed 131 lbs. Hs asks can Belmunt best it, -j tYV hop our regular correspondents will not forget os now, as v a have more pace to devote to them than we had a few weeks ago. Come oot. "Balph." Y. L. C.,"-Warren," Hasty," -Edith." and all the rent of you Come along, let u bear what yon are doin?, and abut has "come to pass '.B 'bote days" in you-f...

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 October 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. Tbe followinft remedies sra ofiered to the pubis u tbe bast, most perfect, which medical seienea Ma afford. Atkb's Cathabtic Pills have been prs rired with tbe utmost skill whit the medical pro fession of tins age possesses, mud their siteets show ther have virtues which surpass any combination of medicine hitherto known. Other preparations do mure or lee gwi; but this cures tui dangerous complninU. so quick and so surclv, as to pruve aa erhcaev and a iower to oproot disease beyond any thing which men hare known before. By removing the obstracti'jns of the internal onrans and stimu lating them into hciiihr action, they renovate the fountains of life and visor health course anew through the bodr, and the sick man is well sain. They are adapted to disease, and disease only, for wheat tsken bv one in health they produce but fct tls etfeut. This is the perfection of medicine. It is antxgoniaue to direase, and no more. Tender children may take them with impunity. If they 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. — 29 October 1857

Poetry. The House Across the Way. k)SitLng ijiglulratmy window. . .. j 1 1 had watched a leeble ray "' ' TJarungtbro' the half-closwi casement Of te Wan across ihe way,' M.ii. J- . - - - '- : : ' - Liul knm r 5l H"" " - "', . ,". -' WaatuSeir statu" nought could aay; - We wioi a world between tts Yet 1m sJy toot. Of v. ! c'Tbere. tber nid,onbed ol anguish . A lair child of faunus lay - '- -oii that aufki ing m de hrr d we!liz r.' im the house aero, the wsf-c-f Tbrn, by kindly feeling prompted. iijTheie I seals choice aoquct, i-AdbleeedaiJeeeem walled .., ,;Jroa thehouse across the way. ' . K Kigbt byiiight that feeble shining." J 8tiaamiug forth wiumieady ray, '.: ' "Z.ToU of hooraol care and watching ., lathe boMM croe the way. .-. . . -- ''-'TUleiisat.'when Night bad cortamed iaj beidneky loide the day. " T' AH was darkness, all waa atlence. In the htf"1 acroaa the way. . "Wo one told an angel apirit tiad caat.off its taxabpi ciy Few that knew Death waed his sceptre . ' O'er Ite b...

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 October 1857

,5Hmmtt Clrjonitlf. Uaeriia, koctilitr lo exetr form oftyr uaf oyer the mind of Man." ST. CT . A TR3VILLE 'THURSDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1807. What we have Gained by Fusion. As tbe above U a question ask.' iuiper- ttueully of the Gatette and reiterated by i by its proUgt of the LhmTCialic Era, it is j perhaps but proper that should" enlL-hien .... , ... the.. Aa. n honesty, th. rnre we th...k . the aaore we are impressed with- the fruit fulness of our subject. Of one thing we are satisfied, end tbtt is, that we bave lo.t nothing. Had it not been for our Union Ticket, Belmont cvttn'y, to her discredit, would have sent a Drmoertt to the Lrgis latart, a d this District a Democrat to the Seaate. Is this nothing, we v euid ak? This is tbs meat of w bat we ex,eU d to Cain by a union. And we bave get it Ts good, honest, true men, in wham we have great con5denre,nd with wbceltepuo lirac'sm we are acquainted, and are: entirely sa'ieflfd. We ot'.y regret that our who e ticket was not ucceTul. But we ...

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 October 1857

Local Intelligence. Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. XWRT EXPBJ58. e.i KM - , e,8 - , ' - oeta asvr. ,34 A. .43 - " s - Bataa wart. Mkn Lewis' Mill - - BwlmOBt. ' ' hmltk ?. - imm . - kOWIBO BiT. - -- Bi7 "Barre Mil to flllmeBI . I.Ut twwie KOI .)? 7JI1 " fcetfaire TS.OS - (' 7,S - - J. WELSH, Aran. '; Lsseem. Baa. M, ST- " fgyTba School Teacher Exavat'nation. -will be bold t iu ul iae of meeting. Nor ember 4th. , . . . CirCoBiinoB Ta Coart eommeoce next Tuesday, Judge Kahh. is expected to freiu id. - ' "I reader w8i please observe ivwrtisemeat f T. Cabtwiicbtt. Also ,. " flutr Edstz. Heist w one of tboa me w like to reeomBeod, dont for sret lu- . - - -a ' JJrThi i certainly age of wonders, . d we are privileged people ho live i 'tW Among the great events over which w ahouU rejoice U the chsDceoaly to be ojojed oncwjn aoag of getting any thing TOO wut, at sucii ressonao'e rates, fUcra fc'.TATtiot,' Mi S t. Wheeling rrcadr to braisb all 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. — 29 October 1857

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