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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 December 1857

ST 5c- IT.- , " ", 7 ,t ', 2" awsaasanasaa. ii Mill i i jiw'jj'r i V '''jsasias President's Message ,. - la obedience to'theomroa of tb eonslKa- '4&n, H ha how1 become wydaty "to fcire to 'JongreH tfifornaatma of tcUte of the Union, .d recomMt)d their eonaderatifio such L'- qmtnrta M I JWge lo be ijeceseary and ex- -.pedient"-; ; i -' ' Bat fire, ftaS abTr H, wr tiunkaire-due "j'.':4e Almlgrbty- flod -Sr,"tt ttomervfui beitefitt 7 -i!eh He his biwtoweii bpon this people;' and ,' or ui ted' prey ert ought to tfteend to Hire that .' He wouid eofltinne to Mess or great repablie iu riate ta come in lie has Uwwd "H in fSifle pant. Cilice toe acjoorciueBt x tne utn von Jlitrr oUMiith. b eamj -ha yicldod h" ' Teuitavajbondantlr and boontifuttr rewarded ;be loQ of tiie bushandinan.. Our great six pies y ve cOTMOsmied high prices, and, up till with ij a' brief ierid,' .or manufapturing, mineral, s4d mechanical oceopatiom Itare largely parta ken of the general' prosperity. -"We have pos e...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 December 1857

from, but to leave ft- people thwe&f pCTferily free to form sod regulate oheir domestic institu tions in their own way." Under it Kansas, "whendmittod m a State," was to "be receiv ' ed into the Union, w)b or without slavery, as their constitution may prescribe at the time of their admission.? ' - i . Did Congress mean by this language that the delegates elected to frame a constitution should have authority finally to decide the question of slavery, or 'did they intend by leaving it to the people thai the people'of Kansas themselves should decide thii question by a direct j vote ? i On this subject I confess I MuTviever enfcrtain ed a serious doubt, and, therefore, in my in structions to Governor Walker of the 28th March last, I merely said that when "a consti- tution shall be submitted to the people of the Territory, they must fee protected in tne exer cise of their right of voting for or against that instrument, and the lair expression of the po pular will must not be interrup...

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 December 1857

Poetry. Duissra Soft Imfuchjiest. On of oar mom poets, tickled at a Utile circumstance that hapsaec in hi family, ia a seatiinemal fit raaa d uno print whh it, and alien pud to father it op a the careleasaea of fcu Peier, bat that old cus todian, it will be sees. 4aoies tba son impeaca aacat.' Tba two 'jims' an pasting among toe cur - not Uterauveof lae day: My Child's Origin. BY DAVID BAKER. . One Bight at old Saint Peter elept He left the door of Heaves ajar, VThen through a Ktue angel crept, ' And came down with a falling attr. -Om summer M tbe blessed beams Of mora approached, urjr brushing bride Awakened from tyau pleating dreams, .,' And bond that angel bjr her side. ' God grant bat this I ask no more; ' That when be leaves this world of sin, . Hell wing his way to that bleai'i shore. And find that door ot (leaven agun. - , -. ST. PETER'S REPLY. fall eighteen hundred years or more f , I've keep my doors securely tied, There is no "little angel" attared. Nor has been missing ai...

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 December 1857

after a I kotitr ery , aaar over the aaiad of Has." .ST. CLAIRSVILLE THURSDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1837, The Message. Wf bare laid the berur our readers ia anra.tr, mod tto doubt ft wis been general' rtea, Cun.mrnU from us, therefore, ar but necea-y . .There id noch ia lleseage that i high- - i i i7cnHD.B,a. .coPc or vr.uera -HI reed k d judge for Ihtmaelvr.. ft vooHl DC bard it it bad not some redrew aj trail. . . Ut. DccEUAS at.Tibute all .our finan cial troubles to the Banks, sod gire fume '.err good ideas it ' relation thereto. He doe not tee aty other cauae, huwerer, than the Baikf, and :bt jo4g Iritd insu tutioa eitut : bear itjt li. .' He wouid - not bin Be Ere lor eating the tmi, but ike fruit fur leepp'.ing ber. Hi construction of 'lie ' Kansas oroanic act id a literary turiisiry, butai his only pwsiblemanner ol p e'.tic . out of bis prevent difficulty. It U bine in lua etremet degree. Duietie intitu ttuas only mean Slavery, he says, and tii.l is all the people are guaranteed tu v...

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 December 1857

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. Mill.. ACCOMMODATION. a wnr. T.BO A. M. aoiwa BT. 4Si r. U 4,31 - 4.43 -S.S7 " 6.10 -6.17 6,88 6.44 - Wnockli . Lewi-' MiUa T.4S " Selaaoat 7.44 Carre Mitle 7.4a - .07 villa 8M " Miaa a.T. ( aaiaa m.rr. Bartitmll e.c P. M ' 6.1 A. 1 Varum .al " .M " arra Mills " t . " Belaaeat 6,14 6.43 Lewi.1 M ilia t.M - 6.S7 - Waraock'e ' 7.1 Skearae 1 41 - 7.S6 - Bel lair 10.16 r-,00 " IlcpaMl aaaa thia aatil farther antic. J. Vt' KLSH, Aferu. Clucob. Dee. 1, 1837. ft&SCHOOL EXAMINATION t tj2 The examination of tie Public School of St. Clairsville will be held in the Court Hotue as follows: -The Primary Depart men i, under the iottruction uf Hitsea Weldih and R'ch AXnaoa. on Toesda. the 22d inet. The Grammar Department, under the instruc tion of Mas Edgebto, on Wednesday, the 23d, and the High School, under the instruction of Mr. Cbambebs, tin Thurs day, the S4tb. (JTbe public are invited to attend. By order of th...

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 December 1857

DELINQUENT TAX LIST, DELINQUENT TAX LIST, For 1857. rTHE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF THE DELINQUENT LANDS 'AND I TOWN I.MTS Belmont County and State of Ohio, returned by l.eTreesoier of eaid m. auraica the Tud lot lb jcar lJ6 were not paid, and which are act jret paid, ta which axa added a feaauty vt r caul . and the simple 'isaee ol teji : DELINQUENT TAX LIST, For 1857. LANDS. COLERAIN TOWNSHIP. Owners' Names. McCoai ell, Leander a aula, Ephraius Tax ad Pen alty of 18a. rp. IVe. IVltatpartofqrEec. Ko.of Aetna. e m 3U nfiVi 4 7 Si " ItE S7 r-ta! Tax J7. $ ca 93 2 10 07 0 FLUSHING TOWNSHIP. Woods. William Mart 1W 10 13 SW M 19 13 PI N V 3iJ ia ij e ft s a S9 1 S -.0 4 .(Ml . 44 31 S II 03 8 7 71 6 GOSHEN TOWNSHIP. . Cleft, Charles C. Gregg, Keisoa Heskett, John J. Xiago Williaxe McFariaad. Iraae stead, fcamuel riapsoa, Jubn V. Mmpson, luha 7. Yaalaasea, Nathan vVaddell, Kiancia I. ariord. John K End ilNt 8 B Pt BWtXIT 5 W Pt nets w 6 E - b r "SB - fit S 7 19 7 H 7 9 7 24 i 7 S4 S 7 a 7 So...

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 December 1857

Poetry. Border Ruffian "Psalm of Life." BY STRINGFELLOW. [From the Evening Post.] ' Tell me nt ia cnOo Mnibera, ' .'- ;'. Earth n auadelur Liberty, . ' Jl Fr the soel of KreWom slumbers. : Ami slaves arsfnot to be free. ' J ' i ' Chains ere real, stripes an earnest, ''A aa Isssssaa the EibiakMk( : J" "roe iam an. rod & ranuoeat, JkWwia spofcea af law Hack." - V. .' V ' - . - Kot aojojraieat, Bought bat astro -, -- UlhukUocaeodorvrsr; Hi t Wurk, thai aoeb to-morrow - (O 'f k'mifV richer khan to-day. . v V. - . . . ... . life is abort, and time ia fleeting. '.v -' T Aa4, no looker great aur Wave, - -. On the negroa back wen beatiag , - Dirges o'u dead Freedtmi's grave. V T - . . . - . . - 1 ' ? In tb wr Id greet field of battle, -. ' -Id lb bivooac of life, - - ; ; .. Spare set the shuns, driven cattle, . ' :. ; - Make them bear lb braat and suite. '.TrBat'irie; they-re always 'eating, -. '' -Thounad Nortbward bow beve aped . Waicb! waicb! fartbej- atl feeling . - Heart witbia, an...

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 December 1857

flmmit Oibrjoiuclf . tleraal hostility to ererr form of lyr auar over the mind of M ib." ST. CLAIRSVILLE "THURSDAY, DECEMBEK 24, 1857. (J5""T)e Repub!:c:.s l.ave either all become the advocates of hat tliey tneer " ii'g'y termed -Squatier So-roirtitj yesr od Uaif ago, r.r flse they are g-iiSty o' " duplicity. Vemocrttic Era. The aboT U an extract Irom mi article ' In which Mr. PcRtr surpri eJ at h's own Iroldoes on the Kauasqtielinn, tries to t reconcile bis present with hU post pi s;tion; - Dd,'est the Democracy clioald think him an apoaUtef be comes out ra a bittrr tinde i n the Republicans, blair.irj them for all the present d fficulties. Tlii must lave becu the reason, for surely be did out suspect thf Republicans of rlaiining kirn. It be did. we ' would only remind him of tbe n who wa ttirned cot of church, ab Hit wUom the out aider belJ a meeting and refused U receive ' him. We th:ok it easy to show thai the . Republicans are guilty of neither of these - heinous crime eharj.'d...

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 December 1857

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. rtt fc HAIL. ACCOMMODATION. ' mn wxrf. . IMIi.n u A. M Gleweee ".Si Waraeck's r Lewi.' Mills 7.45 - Belaaoat 7,44 " .i - BnrrsnU!hj " - Burtons 6,07 " "V nUraeeTille , ?,M fc MM west. t. If S.SI ,43 - i' " .! " ,17 6.W " .45 - oil lit. .tS A. U. 6.2 " ,35 6.43 e.&7 - 7.1S " 7.9 - (!.M " Rmtnilli 8. P. M. Chwm ' JI " Bam Mills J0 t Belfoewr ,I4 " f Lewie- Mill ,4 ( WMMlt'l ' liaire - SU.Mt penee aaoe uiuwatn tanner hkic. J. WELSH, Agent. GLENCOE, Dec. 1, 1857. GCrWe are requested to say that Dr. Clasc, President of Franklin College, ''Trill preach in the Associate Reforn Church f th'n place, next Sunday, the 27th, t U o'clock, a. M. - t seen" Lectuhe o the Jlws A young con verted Jew will deliver a lecture on The Jewa," ia the Presbyterian Church, on next Jlonday evening, lie comes to oa well re commended at a highly educated and talent ed young man. The (object i one of deep interest, and no donbt the...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 December 1857

Agricultural. Care of Farm Stock, ; . - Winter Vaa come ml cattle can God bnt -. iiule- io "the fieids, iliuugb the ground - v brr.' Let 1 bora now have a supply from the x tires. It ia cot go4 policy to p.uch litem N th fore prt ot winter . " " a the grctind i lrus.'n fas, eatJ'e -will. ste much, though the hsy snd sto'ks be seat'-eved around the cow yard. Y-J ; better U h racks around he yard, rh tbej consist of past and rails on! ,scks in ow-yrd ooTit 1 be q isre und like ly suA'J Then cattle not ao ood a chatic? to corner each and tate an undue ilvaoiaje of pos . ""Litis rack are of little use compared .4ieir lenjth. One animal will drive ill others fr m ra.k fifteen f. et long; ji a truare rack, four feel each way, will commodate four animal wttiiuut lite risk ; cornering or fihlin; at a disadrantd,r oamberof Cattle are teen around a small axk of hi jr. and the underiin-rs seem in no r of Ike' suiter cattle. For ihej can flr J from the alack in a tangent, anJ be at - ece cletr ...

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 January 1858

SPEECH OF SPEECH OF HON. STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS. OF ILLINOIS, OF ILLINOIS, In the U. S. Senate, on Wednesday, Dec. 9, 1857. Klin I 1 J J Th hiig reU!iI tke eonrideratioo th.HMti t. print tke Frentot'i ni:t 4 Miw4pMy6ioclBfent, rith fifteem iko- nadKtn coin ' . Mr S0CGLAS,oUfrnoU"4:MPre3iden, .4 L. Clerk' 4 SnSdnt of tb United Stele, had approred and :....l;..7f the re, yet lar . ap- V " roveder .4oed the actio, of that Conrent on . funeral - i IantirelT dmeniwi . -iuaf,.ari nfKtkj to. .-to my nuo.s .miKit.- Upu ala.d on ;T;r,p . state. i inn rTjOLJJWB'; . ' H,: J, 7 t.OTnntoe. it U tree wk th eart of to Breddent toajgn any t.iU that I .'r kIa. inu, the Cm dr the ' r.T 7w -frained from Dr endar-inent f alCoftWtien i&oi ny recommend. - j iepifd te the eowtitujion threwe. - . t- W r ,v, imiideiit hea nade a ar. T lLaS2iit that Dit.tM.,; lch .wt :. .1.-4 .f.in.i!4jf.r.Th ..rt-cipW, he Sr.noet apt hat : v . 1 C m e filer - i - . ai not . -MD0 vhcea emhniad W an eaboioad to the people of ...

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 January 1858

- y SO?- CLA, TRSVTT .T .E ' THURSDAY, JASUAtV 7. ISfS. 'tvcVru.al hostility l every form of lyr- auay over the natid of Xao." l. -THOBURN. - I Esiroi. ifi&i. lr paid in edrmnce JLV " If paid within the rar 2,00 Ohio Editorial Association. The fifth annual meeting of the DbW Editorial Aaaociation will be held in Cleve land Sri the 13th and 20lh diy of January . line 3 commencing at 10 o'clock cn tie mcrninj of rue-day, ti e 19 h. A general attendance of the aJitorial fra ternity, and othera oin net ted with the pub . lihia intereFt in the State, i respectfully . requeued. WM. SCHOULER, President. S. H. KAUFFMAN, Secretary. Thjj Gazette on Doug'as's Speech Tte Gazette last week published Senator DcclAs'a speech, and tnakva come lain) rntftctuat auej.pi to reconcile it to hi readesr with Mr. Ecchasa. lie aara "that - ' upon thegreat and leading cjtiea-tion or popu W jftlereignty there ex:8i. nu diBVience hcer between them Such prenuntp tioo on the Ignorance of ita readers, on the ...

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 January 1858

Local Intelligence. Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. MAIL. ACCOMMODATION. eoia. wesr. S eoiae west. fiella.re 7.00 A. M. P. M GM-acoe - V 5.31 " Warn Off. , .43 Lewi ' Mill 7,45 " Belmont 7,54 " ( .' " ' Berre M III 739 " ( ' " Burtons K.U7 6.W - Barnesville . - soma Err. ( ! krr. . fl.rM.nlle . T. M.j .M A. M. Ilanon Ojftl " ( . " Bnrrs Milts J " -V5 - Belmoet , " " Lw'Milla .. " . " Waroock's ' 7.1 Slenroe 9.43 - '. 7.S - .8ellaite M1.IU " ' n.iMd iMh thie aatil further notice. J. WELSH, Agent. GLENCOE. Dec. 1, 1857. t. MEDICAL. The UELMONT MEDICAL SOCI ETY, will meet in BRIDGEPORT, at tlie Diicii Ht;b. on Thursday, the 21st inst ,at 10 o'clock. Class No. 2 will report case to wit: D G.itn, Ha:nillon, Moore, Junkina, and Levegt n. HENRY WEST, Sec'y. Jan. 4th, 1858. 7" 5"Tbe Legislature of Ohio aoet tnd or ganized on Monday. Mr. Wood of Licking was eIectedSpeker. The Rcpubl.caut voted lor Mr. Tab V bbes. Tlia Governor .Message1 is receiv...

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 January 1858

CARRIER'S ANNUAL ADDRESS, TO THE PATRONS OF THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. JANUARY 1, 1858. T Night 'tis Winter a tout is past! ng From Earth to view the dread mysteries Of lb vast anknovfn, where all mast dwell when Time, shall cease to be. Tread softly, while with) Whasacred tone we tel) the msuy virtues Clf kin. .1. L : , .I.J v nw mwv t, otuowc uicx wc ic i til . He lived bat one rewiring year a cycle Of the kuosi beheld him, and he gone While Winter gazed upon his frosted prow, la Springtime, joyously he skipped a youth; And toeath the fervent Snmmer sky he grew In beauty like the stars now twinkling Fo brightly o'er his frost-wrapped tomb. Aatumn saw Km going down the shady Afternoon of lite, crowned with the gorgeous Mantle of her own million bued livery. Thus he passed into the deepening twilight. And now his "Night bas come, and be can not Work." Sing! Let him die to the melody 0' delicious Iuic Behold another Tear is given; (peak low, the infant la asleep. P...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 January 1858

GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. - . 'COB. v - mU Represtntatiaa 142 ' . . .. J Z,ou are iuminoneu, Dy ine mintages of vow icMow-ciuzena, to ie important, cu of legislation, at a period of peculiar J : ? . The Tear -just doted hu been stronelr " marked by proeperoes and adrarse circum- T Mattceev - ? Abundant harvests have ICIled the far- f t men' hopes; lmost unbroken health has blessed our borne and animated our activi Uea;' Induati, "Jn every vocation, 1ms jcceaafully pursued its legitimate ob jects; Edueation.yvitb steadily enlarging aima,aBd powers constantly augmenting, 1 iji ha prepared thj youth for the duties and tMpoMibjlitiMof citizenship; and Religion, U T ocembtrrassed bj the interference ot" the c If Sute"with the- domain "of conscience, has L I fulfilled its bolV mission of instruction in ' -he duties of the life which now is, and of I preparation for the awards of that which is " lo com. In short, no year aince the or I Qtaization of the' State Government,, has t been more conspi...

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 January 1858

ST. CLA1RSVILLI1 THURSOAV. JANUARY 1 4. MiS. fc.1eral liM'iiiif to everjr rorm oftrr naar orer the acind f3laii." ' I). THOBURN. Editob Tekvs. If paid in edvance $1X0 If pt id within the year 2,00 Ohio Editorial Association. The fifth Mual meeting of the hi Editorial Association will be? belt! in Clevt- llond ou the 19ih and 20th dsjs of January 1858 commencing at 10 o'clock on thf looming of Tue.-day, ti e 19:h. A general attendance of the editorial fra ternity, and others connected with the pub- ithirj interest in the Stale, is respectfully requested. WM. SCHOULER, President. S. H. KAUFFMAN, Secretary. Kansas policy of the Administration The Adminittraticn seems finally to hsve dt termind on iu course. Mr. Bvchaksk looks upon the matter os only a content be tween Mr. DutJGLiS and himself. And outside of tbis be dots cot reconite the right of any cne to be iotewsted in the natter. Tfeose officials who seem to m arer are threatened with re moral. Mr. Bl VI of A!isissippi, is selecte...

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 January 1858

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. MAIL. .etna wnrr- ACCOMMODATION. OIKS WIST. 4,M P. M S.SI - S.43 " T " 6.1 - S.lT .f - C.4i - Bellaire .w A. Glenene JIM " Waraock'e t.. - Lewi-- MUMS 7, - BWmont f.M " Barn ML I. 7.S Baruu eu7 - noise .T. mlM ht- . Bamrav.ile .6 P. Ma 0.' A- Jlartona . Ml - " Sana M ilia t.0 ( e.3i Belmont M " " Lawsr Milla . - . " Wernock'e ' " Strata . " 1 T.9S - Bellaire W.IU " " .o ' ' tbia until further notice. J. WELSH, Agent. GLENCOE, Dec. 1, 1857. GLENCOE, Dec. 1, 1857. CALENDAR. l.-l r- U.X Ki 9 !.,-1 I" S 30 ,31 3! 4 s: 6 J' c C io nil 13 IS1 6 I 1 19 13 I I7lii:i';i!;8 18 19 W S! !25'S6;-7.S- 3i ----- --J ..li" 41 51 a -I a a ID 1 1 lio'ljll : 3 Si ! 7 is n 14 war. si l!l lii:!l!l-!!E' to II i r i ! 93 4 25126 ST;'- S 3 51 1 Bl3i BSiSOIl .1 gliti sr!'7 J 8' 3 ill. II 1 17 'W 14 1611 9 81I:83;S4 ten; ISifllMllS e .3U II IS'SO El is''SI," 3, 5 191 13 14 16 T 31 4! Si 6; 71 f S 19 ill S3.4 iu;iii? ri 17!. a i U'l.V'...

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 January 1858

j t is to be regretted that prior to tie ac tor April 11, lt57, no pmrision wa nili fur koep- ing the Sinking Fnnd separate frordoiher tnun."y iu the Treasury, orjcffoetnally aoeorinij in c elanvo Jiiilieauon to itf intended e( on coatnry toe General Aisemb'j bad in rov.ml iustaneoa directed, trans leri a! tliU Fund to Gn ral ReMnue.aud thus required il spf.Vetiuu to rdiry expenditures. In my jo liuent this prartic is not to be approved or even judiSed, except in case of absoiiile necessity. I recommend that provis:ou Im made fur the restoration loUies:uit:ii; I'cui of the aim-nut: ilbdrasru from it, in orJiv t'u it tbeenths tal auce properly balougins t that fund n:s be aalely inreaiod and referred fur its icziiiiuate I objects. j '1 M principal ol thesis ie dill bin Lecn ri-ilu-eed during tiie put year by the payment of $!9, 3U7 w, derired ehielly iruut ti.e preuiiuoi uf the loan of $2.40.Uuv ui-gotiatcd to d:-h:ir.'e tl.t aiuuuat which became payable after Jiil. 0.' the reuaainiD...

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 January 1858

Poetry. [Original.] Julie. BY ROSE ELLWOOD. This sad heart of tnio is beating, Wildly beating now inpaiu; And lbs d lone oil repealing, "" Can I find Biy friead agunt Can I find ao dear treasure, Aa my childhood's loving friend. One whoae evety tboajibt of pleasure. With my own waa wont to biend. One who toothed each painful feeling, That would ateal o'er me erewuile; And w'lose joyous laugh, pealing Would each saddened tbougbi beguile. . Bat toe answer mas, be never CanVt tboa e'er return to me? . "Death the kwdest ties can sever. And he has not spared tliee! Now beneaih the cold ground lying. Where the dew in summT weep. And 'be autumu wind conies sighing. And e'er thee the dead leaves awetp; And the winter blast so coldly, ' flings a snow-wreath round thy bed; And the moldering duet will slowly Ever crumble round thy bead. But thy spirit now is flying, Upward to the real.n sol' light, '-. Where no thoughts exist of dying, - ''Ot of sorrow's darkening blight. . Sleep then, dearest...

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 January 1858

elnumt (Lrcniclf. ST. OT, A TRSVILLE TIIURSDAY. JANUARY 21. &18. Eternal btil;tjr to ererr i jrm oftjrr r errr tke mind af San." D. THOBCRN, Epitob. Tek. If paid in advance $IZ0 If paid within the year 2,C0 rWe refaf ejrain to the point, in dli- jute between Mr. Tcedt and ourself. To j "b a long argummt abort and earry at j one'point be bu "i!"!y ovrr! tome thin;r, q'tibbled at t taVrs, ind Yankee caning aau:ht to evade all hut one, that of the power of Confess ever the Ter-1 niorira. ii-sica in i-cup-ess n authority of the prootdin: of the Cr.. vettion which framed the Constitution." Now, we wnu'd have him be a little more explicit, Whit part of the pioccrdin?s of CcDveotiop dues he base hi trctnent t:p on! We hope he will point it t ut. He goea on to aay hat Article 4, See. 3, ofthe Constltu'un applies only to the landed pro perty of the Territories. Xowtj a'reaoon- able mind, the fir.-t cUuae of tlai section does refer to the landed property, but what rulsand regulations were...

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