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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 22 April 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NEW SRMES.--V0L 5. NO. 30. ST. (UIRSVILLR, OHIO, Film, .IPI.II, 22, 1853. POLE NO. 819 LAWS OF OHIO. Published by Authority. [No. 3.] AN ACT For the incorporation of townships. Sec. 1. Be il enacted by the General Aifemhly of the Mote of Ohio, That the township of the eovi rid counties within this State, Which have twi n, or that hali;hcreofter be lawfully laid off and designated, ho and they are hereby formed into bodies politic nnd corporate, for the purposes of exercising and enjoy ing the rights nndjprivilegea hereinafter enumerated, and they shall be capable of suing and being sued, pleading and being impleaded, in any court ot this State, and shall have power to receive any devise, be quest, or deed of gift for tho conveyance of real estate .o alio township, lor the benefit of the township, eith er for the purpose of a public square, or any other nsefel purpose specified in such devise, bequest or -dee...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 22 April 1853

FOREIGN NEWS. BY THE AMERICA. The America arrived at New York cn (he 13th, bringing Liverpool dates to the 1st inst. Th market remains ns nrr last advice. News from Australia represent the dlftglrig and trade as being li i i - 1c . The conference still continued nt Constant inop's in rilation to the Hi ly Places.. Heavy commercial failures have taken place at Smyrna. Thtrl appears to he a un i versa I strike among the operatives in Liverpool, Glasgow, Manchester, and at all the other manufacturing points. There were 04 vessels nt Liverpool advertis "d for Australia. Arrangements have been completed at Glasgow to give Mrs. Stowe a public reception. A deputation presented an address to Louis Napoleon from the London Merchants, expressing friendly feel ings towards France. The Emperor made a conciliator)- reply, and the next day gave the deputation ti public reception. The Martini family was expected at Paris to meet a de putation from, London. Austria continues nuking arrests of Hunga...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 22 April 1853

JL' I I CHRONICLE & ADVOCATE. nORTON J. HOWA11D, ) MU B. it- COWEK, J t-onori. TUB PEOPLE, AND THEIR RIGHTS. Friday morning, April ISM. WHIG NOMINATIONS. FOR UOVKRNOR, NELSON BARRERE, of Highland. fOB CIBl'T. llnVBRItoK, ISAAC J. ALLEN, of Richland. I rnR n ... I I or .T4TB, IIENKY nitACIIMAN of Hamilton. I ron rei R1T4RT or rtatr, I NELSON II. VAN VORHES, of Athcm. ROR ATTOR.NItY UKM-RCl-, i WILLIAM II. 01B8ON, of Seneca. ( TOR RI'PRRMR c ot'HT JL'DOR, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, of Cuyalioga. roR board or pt' Bl.n' works, JOHN WADDKLL, of Coshocton. Railroads. Ohio bids fair to be before j long, a net-work of railroads. In every di- r, rection these important improvements are go- o ing on, with great rapidity, and by them the vast resources of our country will be rapidly developed. Many persons are fearful that our people are extravagant in these outlays. This ' may ba so. Our people are inclined to be '' extravagant, when they have the means, and 11 we would much prefer seeing that d...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 22 April 1853

[Concluded from first page.] Src 7. T!ii. nil MWIMWM ewaiMW. MWM I KiiiiM !( ti r piiiii il t p frt ml MSflW ' : bell I t iinp ' il tu tin- same purj iHcs to; wliicli tin y r. ortjinnl'y BMropfiated lor Ihe f.irrr i.t t-nr. , Hoc. Is. That (ho mm et mo tlumsnti I dollars ol , itnrapendnt WlM of the etim herrtotbre appro P'intecl tor the inventor's coiitiii'jont fitn.4. tho Mm oi lifterr hundred nml elm if vn dollirs ml twenty-live rents, the uib( n led lu.lanco of lite 'im heMoAre ipproprfatM for die payment el fxvtsge of ilic Oniii itgMaiurai .he toni ot four tlfoim.ind live hund-eil mi l tiliv-Htht dolhri mm , blMtyatA, eetlt. li e WWXMrKKd beleneo ol the tame leaftiloatre appropriated tor the HpftltM ol the i nstiimiot'l onnventi"ii, a;.d the iumnf two '.hnu Mild dollars, n part of hi: uii"X,."ni!.il tpptopflfltti n Mftlofm mm!,- for printing tl"' Mile repot it. l"J iftd i IhttMM II ImKIIu tfitlriWrxl to the ycncr.nl ro VMM of the MM far llic current fear. mft 9. No HWBeyi ly thU...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 29 April 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NBW SBRIBS. -VOL. 5. NO. SI. ST. (LIIRSVILLR, OIIIO, PRIDJV, APRIL 29, 1853. WiOLIM. Ml THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, POBLI9HF.I1 EVERY FRIPAY MORNINO, BY II. J. IIOWARU & D. K. WWBB, nvt.-wr.nv niiiitii SIDE OF MAIN ST. A iw doors west of Marietta street terms or luisumrTioN. If paid within llirte montha, lldS If paid aflur thalllma, , , nam discontinued onljr at lha option of the editor, whila arrraiic are due. TERMS OFADVERTISINO. Kach tqnare, (11 llneaor leu,) three week, tl.JO I 5 vet v additional inneilion, Yearly advertlcinentoni column, 4"'' Hair column, PiJ5 Qnarter column, 15'w t'rafeiwioiial cardi 93 per annum. 0"AI1 Icttera addreaied to the editor mult be paid to rueura attention OI THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. i. wnmnmn wp " nw sB m"1", ..-..- ... .... antrarj, are conalderedaawiehinjtoeontinuetheir aub- fiubserlberTflertlreMonllnnance of their pe tlodicale.lhe puhliahera may continue to send them un til...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 29 April 1853

exports to cover American freights end A mi rirnii p oil i '.) short nf ili probable un devaluation of foreign Invoices, Front HI . formation derived from reliable sownee, wo 1 arc ronlumcd in ouropinion that the estimate on this point made by Mr. flriiilliead Is no! ovorratr,!. Even if taken on tha amount of dutiable (roods Consumed In the United Slates, it would more than couriterba'ancc any lddj 1 lion that (ltd be mens t j the honlB ssltfe : of our export.'; end, M already observed, this is all the use which the konortblo Senator it 1 timpteJ to mnke of tiic item, It (I forma no portion of his estimate of the amount of tbi adverse balance agalntl na, Tito Journal of commerce also objects to the itt m of five millions of dollars M the probable value or goods actually smuggled into the United States, 4i for M hich of course o return.- ate made in the official statements, Jt alleges thai tfi00,400 would cover thi - lesflH thai the other (MrSM0Q0 is merely in , the Imagination) and ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 29 April 1853

W. ! '. . iSahla tothsm. oieept in tlio Palo of delinquent l.nda, nd ity ronnell ina nrdnr the rlrk er other ptepor officer of the council to certify mi; delinquent tn aaacaaud by auch city to the Auditor at the proper county, which delinquent turn oatrtihcd the Auditor ie hereby required IobUc on the grand Ui duplicate of the cmnty In a aeparate column and the ahall be col lected in like manner af other delinquent State and county taana. Sec. 31 That the original acctiona, twenty-aix, forty-two, forty-five, fifty aeven, fifty-eight, aov-nty-flvo, ninety, nineytwo, eiglity-fivc, one hun dred and eluvon, eighty-nine, and ninety-eight of the act entitled "an act for tho organizatiun of citiei and incorporated villngca,"paaacd May 3d, 1853, be and tho aame are hereby repealed; Pro vided, that all rights heretofore acquired under Mid repealed eetinna, ahall not bo affected there by, but the aame ahall be as effectually preacrved - if mmiA ..r.tiona hod not been reucafed. JAMES C. JOHNSO...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 29 April 1853

SCRAPS. - C 1 O-Tlic lloston Post says Miss Uomli-now, Jj the AlIt'Khanian vocalist, is married to Mr. N Robh, of San Francisco. B Oh. she wnsOootl en".igh before Ti'l Cnlilorniti cupiil cuiiie, a An.i ti.HHlcnow fhe is no more, " For hymen Rulihed her najkkfl name. We think we might add to that: lYrha,i its "l enough indeed. For the MMI to turn jobbers, Aad i-it Caiitortiin'. foMt n fhorrs, r. To people diem with Kobb ers. tCUmjl Jour. t fj7"A lazy, ovcr-fi'd lad, returning from ' dinner to his work, was asked by his master. J "if he had no other motion than that!" "Yes,'' replied the hoy, drawling out each letter, "hut J it's slower. " J $3 If a paper of tobacco come to three j cents! whnt will a pint of gin enme tol . , Two black eyes, and a visit to the wutch j house. , J fj-A Spirit Level! A drunken man in the gutter. OrThcodore Hook says of railroads and steamboats: "They annihilate space & time, not to mention a multitude of pussengers." OrThc errors of the good are often...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 6 May 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NBl' SRRIES.-VOL. 5. NO. 32. ST. CLJIRSVILLB, (111), FR1IUV, MtV 6, 1853. .VOLE NO. m THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, l i-i fOBLISHEU EVERY FRIDAY MORNINO, IIV II. J. IIOWAltD & O. n. COWEN. OFFICE ON NORTH MM OF MAIN ST. A (few doors west of Wnrlcim Street TERMS Or auBSOBirTiON. a t Ml If paid wluiinllirceiiiontriii, u'nn If peielarte-r llretliine, . , , ..,,7'. rarssre IMMNIMMel nly M the option of Iht editor, while arrearages are duo. TERM OFAOVKRTIIIINa. Hach qrf,(ll tinea or lm,) three week, S1.00 Krtrr rllitionl Inecrtion, Yonrly advertieciiienle one colonili, 'SIS lUir column, fj'." Quarter eoleinm, eVsftseinnal carets 3 net annum. . JtVah letters adrlreaeed to tho editor mut In pid to 4mgreiientlo.i.. I J THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. k Buliesrlliere who do not jive eipreaa notice to the contrary, are considered M wlnhinfto eoniinoethelr run- ""r'iutxieriheri order the dlicontlnnince of their pe riodicals. the p...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 6 May 1853

INDIANS IN THE RED RIVER COUNTRY. THY. The following extroct is from the Address of Capt. II. 11. MlKCY before the American StntUticnl mid Geographical Society of New York. It presents an interesting tOCOUtt of the manners of the Indians in the Red Hiver Country. It will nmply repay n perusal. The omilry embraced within the basin ol the upper Red river is much frequented by several tribes of Indians, nil having similar hubits, but speaking different languages. The most numerous and warlike of these arc the Cnmanehcs, who arc separated into three distinct local grand divisions, namely, the northern, middle, and southern. Each of these is subdivided into several bauds, com manded by separate chiefs. Tho northern and middle Cnmanehes subsistalmost entirely on titt flesh of the buffalo, and are generally found at thelrheels, migrating with them from place to place, on those vast nnd inhospitable plaint, which cannot, in the nature of things, be made available lor agriculture; nnd they s...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 6 May 1853

CHRONICLE & ADVOCATE. 1IORTON J. HOM AttI), j M,Mt, TUB PBoTLB, AND TIIB1B B1QIITB. rrWiiy Morning, Winy , WHIG NOMINATIONS. FOR OOVEBNOB, ftfELSON 13AUKKRE, of Highland. rnk MBIT. noVBKKOR, ISAAC J. ALLEN, or Richland. roR trbabubbb or mTi, HENRY llRAOHMAN of Hnmilton. ro ,bcbbty or st.tb, NELSON M. VAN VOUHES, of Athena. FOR aTTOBNBt IIBBBBIL, WILLIAM H. 01DBOM, of Scnccn. FOR tt'PRRMB rot'RT n l"ir, FHANKLIN T. DACKUS, of Cuyalioga. FOR BOARD OK rl'DLIC WORK", JOHN WADDELL, of Coshocton. STRIKES. 1 mnm mc ciiurt' cu8urrii,oi)u nr. i ui the western cities, the journeymen of al most all trades have struck for higher wages. Some branches they have succeeded in gat ing the advance demanded, but this has been by no means general. But the strikes are evi dently the foundation for an entire revolution in various branches of busineas. The result seems likely to be, that hereafter, much of the labor which has heretofore been performed by men, will Jbe done by women and girls. Boston h...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 6 May 1853

FUN. 05"A resident of a western town, com plaining lliat h could not sleep ono night, summed h,i the cnuaps: A wailing bnny ol seventeen diyi limr howling under the win dow cm firlit iii tha illejr u colored bill In the shanty over the way tonth aohe and o pig trying to got in at the hack doijr. A Goon One. In the U. S. Senate last week, an Indiana man twitted Clnrkof Rhode Island, about the Governor of that State hav ing so poor a snlary thnt he was obliged to raise cows and peddle milk. Clark rejoined that white in Rhode Island they raised their calves and sold their milk, in Indiana they raised their calves and sometimes sent them to Congress. The Indiana nun sat down pretty well s.'.innitcd. "Wonderful things tiro done now-o-duys," said Mr. Timinins; the doctor has given Flack's boy a new lip from hischeck." "Ah,'' said the lady, "ninny's the time I have known a pair taken from mine, and no very painful operation either." fODICIAL Wit. It is told of Lord Norbury that when passin...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 13 May 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NEW SERIES. -VOL. 5. NO. S3. ST. CLJIRSFILll. (I1II0, FRIB.IV, HIV 13, 1853. ttPLE NO. SIS - THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, I FUHLISITRD EVERY FRIDAY MORNIHa, nY ii. J. iiowahi & n. k. OrttQt OH 'WORTH BIDS OF MAIN ST. . Mt of Mnrletln Street A " TERMS OF SDOSCRlFTiON. IT iA within thren inoiillw, jS ' frd,:K"!JS cly a, the oP,.o of ... editor. hit. akvMM are Ue. J TKRMSOFAtlVKRTTalNO. B.cii sonar, (ii llnM tnrCP weeK' a.-. Every additional linwrtioii, , Yuarlv advertisements one column, StSo ' Half column, 15,(KI I I Quarter column, Pffin w"Ma K c editor bo paid to 4uura altcntion.cfjl THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. 5! "Sdered a, wisi,ngto'con,ine,he.r sab- J "Co''Jr0.',;i..erilr. order the discontinuance of their pn- I tioSdieLlMhe ,!u""re;B.uay continue to send them un-, ordered tlwin discontinued. without in- ' 1 aaj "' R i THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. POETRY. SONG OF THE SHIRT. THOMAS HOOD. With fingers weary and worn, )...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 13 May 1853

tributiiig to th ' eomplutlon of Tits monument, that the Sta'cs ss well as the people may have th honor of ruising structure to his Xny which ii! be nn lmpriehabls me in. .rial o!" their Veneration und grotituJe. 11 y order ol th" Hoard: GEO. WATTERSTON. Sec. Washington Nat, Monument Society. The Officers and Board of Managers of the Washington National Monument Society. AUGUST, 1st, 1852. M'Li.sr.p riLLMORE. ex-ofhcio l'residcnt; Arch. IlF.'PtRsoH. First Vice President, Wsttta Laaog, Mayor of Washingtn, Second Vice President; Tun: OoMttY, Third Vice President) J It. Hi Siiith, Treasurer; Geo. Watkestos. Secretary. MANAGERS. WtNFiri.D dksnTT, N Towsoa, Peter I Poles, Thomas Mvaeni, W. A. Bkapt.ev, P. R. FttUtl V,ltc! Joms. Titos. BaWMMI, W. V. Seatoh, M. F. Mai nv, T. II a kti.lv Crawford, Uenj. Ogle Ta v j.oh, Elisija W'iiittlesev. OUR MEXICAN BOUNDARY. We defy any fair man to read the letter of j Mr. Bartlett, lute U. S. Commissioner to fcctlie the Boundary with Mexico, in relatio...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 13 May 1853

I the lima to nny Orphan Asylum liinorpnratml by the laws of lh Htato of Ohio, with thn con vent of the truateee, directors or authoriied men egere thereof. Hsu. 3. That it shall bn lawful for nny tether, or in ctee of the death of the futlier, of the moth er, to bind out hie or her children to tuch Or phan Aeylume, with the like consent of the true leee or direetore thereof. See. 3. Thet tho indenture! of eervice eo ex ecuted o1ia.ll be signed by the father or mulhrr, or by the trustees of tho township, or other offi cers Buscified in the first eection of thia act of the one part, and by the truatcea or directura of eaid Orphan Asylum, of the other part, and ahall provide that eaid orphan or dcetitutu chil dren shall remain in aaid Aaylum, to beauppor ted by the eame, and aubjret to the control thereof, until auch time aa the aaid truatcea or I direetore ahall find auitable homea or placca for i the same, when itshall be lawful for, and it la j boroby made the duty of the eaid trua...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 13 May 1853

FUN. Fabhiobable Btuaniau Scimoi I.r.ni.n i Doer Knssin tlic nr.; wlur wo is air koj.l an I i suppose whar you i.- it ur kokll r we ll all well and mttt tier has ;'Mt the liis Tortlckl indl brother Tom DM jotl tha Hupping KotYanil ciBter Siisin hat got t btbjf an I DOtp tl.csc fu linen will t'ynde you in tl.o saint konillsllUn rite afpht'cksliunnute KumId. !! P. 8. I have jit rrrailiiuto.l an will Ik' hotltl next Tuzcda snd then lur the liuits o! the b-re. An larrnr-JiCE. A forvnnt. h h id lived many yours with a Clt rr.vinaii, Iii master j took occasion to any "John, ft u have lieeti a Ions ,irne lny flei 1 dare ay jrouwlll be able to preach a lerinofl as well us I." Oh, no Sir,"' lard J.ilm, "but many tin infer ence I have drawn from your!.." ' Well," said the Clergyman, "I will cite you a text out of Job lot me hear what y.'U infer from ' It And the asses smid'oil up tho last wind." "Well," replied Jnhn, ' the only Itlfpff IW!6 I can draw from this is, thai it would ho a long tim...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 20 May 1853

"" 1 ' "' 1 ' ' ' " " " ' 1 1 11 ' J THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NEW SRRIRS.-'OL. 5. NO. M. ST. .MIMflHB, OHIO, FR1D1V, HIT 20, 1853. WHOLE NO. 811 ' TTIE BELMONT CHRONICLE, PUBLISHED ETF.RY FRIDAY MORWINO, BY II. J. HOWAKU .v If. H. COWEN. OFFICE ON NORTH H I D P! OF MAIN ST. A few doors west of "llurlcttit Street TKBMS OF HUBSOMPTiuN. If pahl within three montlu, thR whilo arresrasca r duo. TKBMSOrHDVKRTISINO. Each snuara, (11 linn or lei.,) Ihrw week, lM Sverf additional huertion, H Yarlf advertiaeiiicnuone column, 0400 llalf column, 15110 Quarter column, ' (troleeeioneleenleSSperemium. .t.i't 1CTAII letter. addresaed to Hie editor niu.t I paid to tuaur 1 tie nt 1 c mi . .1 i THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. . BntiacrlberswIindO not ive exp-re-a notice 10 11 e coalrary, ere con.idcrcd wialliug to continue their suli- Ci",lfn"iilieeribere order the discontinuance of their pc riodieila.th publishers may continue to .end them tin til all arreara...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 20 May 1853

trn, in the following defense of Mr. Conwm Ml rebuke of Mr. Clay. Wc insert it en tire, as a magnanimous tribute to the person al character of Mr. CotWtti though there re some expressions in it which we do not approve : A Washington correspondent of the South ern Patriot lately wrote a letter Tor thai pa per, repeating certain remarks lie heard Mr. Corwin innke at a dinner given by him to a few friends, in w hich he denounced the Abo litionists in the most contemptible and bitter atyle. We observe with t!cep regret that Cassius M. Clay has made this anonymous letter the occasion for a severe and unjust at tack upon Mr. Corwin, in which he charges him with deliberate treachery to the came of Freedom, for which he was rewarded by a seat in the cabinet, && &.C. Mr. Corwin is one of our friends. We know him intimately we know him to be hu mane, generous to a fault, stir" from the very constitution of his nature, opposed to slavery and oppression ol every form. Why did not Mr...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 20 May 1853

hat doubled iUalf with mirpriiing regularity nvrry thirteen year. American Messenger. CHRONICLE k ADVOCATE. . TM P. PEOPLE, AND Tllll ElOUTB. i rMtty ifiMfMitit, may , WHIG NOMINATIONS. FOIt (lOVERNOR, NELSON BARKERS, of Highland. FOIt 1 n ' i aoVBRMOt, ISAAC J. ALLEN, of Richland. ' Mtaaatmaa nr n.ir. HENRY BRACHMAN. of Hamilton. ana sarnaTaav op itatb. NELSON H. VAN VORHE8, of Athena. Ma ATTORttKV UBHBail,, WILLIAM H. (ilBSON, of Seneca. ni lUPRKItK COURT Jl'DOB, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. POR BOa OP PUBLIC WORK, JOHN WADDELL, of Coahocton. RAILROAD ACCIDENTS. These accident are becoming tearfully fre quent. That meaaurea should immediately be taken to put a step to them, cannot be Uoaoied by any person who haa any regard for the preservation of human life. And we think that note, while the public mind is ex cited upon this subject, legislative action should be had. The human mind is so con stituted, that any subject, no matter how ex citing at first, if long continued, ceas...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 20 May 1853

POETRY.: RAIN ON THE ROOF. Wntu ihe humid showers gnthcr, OVH nil the Hurry spheres, And the melnni hly darkness llenilyswe- p in rainy Irnra, Tlsa joy t.t prcM the pillow Of a rottniie chnmlwr bed, And to linen to the putter Oi ihf solt rnin oveihend. Every tinkle on the shingles llns nn echo in lliu henrt; And n thousand drcnmy inniics Into hu.oy being sinrt; Anrl nthuuFniicI recollections Weave tin ir ki.rhi lm - into woof, Aw T listen toihn patter (I the toft roin on the roof. Then in fancy (-omen my mother, As flic used to, years tione, To Mirvi y the infant sleepers, I'.re she lift loan till ihl dawn. 1 can we her landing o'er me, As I listen to the drain Which is played upon the shingled 1!) the patter ol the rain. Then my little scrnph ; later, Willi her wing nnd waving hnir. And hi r liright eyed cheruli brother, A scene angelic pair, Glide around my wakeful pillow Willi iheir praise and mild reproof. As 1 listen to the miiimur Of the soli ruin on the roof. And another come...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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