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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 25 February 1858

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. ACCO3IMOD4TI0X. 4..1S r. M S.31 .43 Sj .! .17 6,28 6.45 MAIL. warr. . v Bellaire 7,0 A. M ' Clei.ee. 7.S4 ( Waraock1. Levis' Mills 7,4S " Belasont 74 " ( Burrs Mt:le 5 - ( Boxtos l?.i7 ( ' arneaville e, - C 5 EaST. I .OIK. EAST. Baraeavilla e.6 P. M.' ,tS A. at. Barton. .t (J .SS - Bam Mill (M ( .M " Betasaat S.I4 " ( (.43 - LowM'Mille B.S4 " 6,i7 " Waraock'a ? 7.IS " Sleneoe 9.43 - ( 7.96 - Bel lair. lU.lt " S,00 " Depend npoa this sntil farther notice. , J. WELSH, A lent. Cuneoi. Dec 1. 18J7. ; Stations in Belmont County. CALENDAR. E 13 I ?l 3 il 7' M 8 10 I 13 14 IS1 1 17 IS;i9 2" 21,22 23 24 7 13 14 ik an 21 22 93 4 23,90 27 ! 29, 30 31 t f 3; SI K 7! f 9 id I415-1,I7 l44:S1 2,23.2 2j a197,SH--JiJ l 2 3! 4' 5i 6. ...... K; 11 12 ill '4 IS 1 7 IC .19:20:91,92 23 124 56 e6;27j28j29 ,3 31,. I. .1 2 3 4 51 6 in llUi 13 I a 4 5 c 7; c 9 I:ll 12 3 16 !-;! IV 20 l 17 W 19 20 14 13 21 22 . rj 21 !i 26 27 ,23 ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 25 February 1858

Agricultural. About Winter Butter. - 'Small profi; in trying to make butter at Xh'i season, said Unt ie J. e, a. he paused from bis fhun,ir g and Aipcr! the -f at fr-jiTi hUforehend; "bert-it ':. ri.-e o'clt.ik, this d arn bes been goii g fu!I ihree hi ur, mic hit signs of Uirtu r rt." U fcure'y uis a bard cap. I pi; imc'e but kali nothing, for I iiific i.otltir.j very pertinent to tLe occasion. But Roma w. not built in a dr.y." -Vr . live and learn; and now to years later 1 i;t ec n, cavinj churned a resppctauie rburciri wbile wife mi ett;nz ta. and bad lime to i're to play with "labr." Ei-i fterieuce bit lau'j'it me several thin.-s .ince tl;e iij Uncle Joe quPs:io;.eJ the pr.;fit r.;"; mak-nj butter (wind, I don't say it is profit able.) Last aviate, I had a day's job at clitirn 10);; and I found oat what the (Treat troubl' was Ike cream was too cold. Bince that, when I bava anything to do ith cliumlur:, I try to have the cream just itarir. tnovgh Ph .m fhp h:ittpr fr,;?iB in f,. ...

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 March 1858

Poetry. Home Without a Mother. - Wbat is bom without mo Iher? ' What are all tbeae jos we meet? . . Wbea her loving tmitos no longer Greet the coming ot oar ieet, ' The days long, the nihu are dreary, And time rolls slowly on; And oh! how few are childhood" pleasures Wbea her gentle care is gone. Things we prizs are first t vanish; Hearts we lore to pass Wy, . Aad how soon, even in oar enildnood. We behold her turning Uer eyes grow dim, her step is slower, ' Her joys of earth are newly past. And before we leara to know her, - She has breathed on her last. . Other hearts may hare their sorrows; Griefs that quickly die away; But a mother lost in childhood. Grieves the heart from day to day; We miss her kind and willing hand," . - Her fond and earnest care; And oh! how drear is life around us! What's borne without a mother there 1 An Irish Gun. On Irish land. In Court did stand A farmer whose name was Fox; Accused be was Abused be was He'd stolen, they said, an ox. Eut he denied it H i...

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 March 1858

ST. CLATRSVILLB THURSDAY. MARCH ?. 1353. Etera.il hoMility to wrt firm ftrr aaar over Ike mud of SI an. T THOBUttM, - Tsrs. If pi id ia !raiic SI SO " If paid miihin the year 2.00 91 I J tQrTh. E a My. that it would like '"I know her Congress obtained the power t govarn the Territories Now tSis seems strange when this subject bus bran so ful'y g ne over bpretofiie. the Era shou'd so ran forget. Veill again atnt where we conceive this power comes from. Priiar ty it mr. come from tl:e people of course, and the question then fimaining. and the on'y question to be decided is, did the peo ple ever confer such power on that bod. We claim first, that this powc-r was not di? nuted in the Contineutil Conrreea. That it eiercise in the Ordinance of 1787 w as clesr evidence of the rijht, not then he ld? in dispute, and as the Era takes Cest- for authority, we refer it to his opinion on this point. Put says the Era, the power via not jivvn Congress in that session. But the right to adopt such Uw...

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 March 1858

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. MAIL. ' ' 94inm WEFT. Bellaire T.Wl A Clime 7 .as HtrMCk'l Lewi-.' Mills 7,4S Belmont 7.S4 Barrel! Ills 7.W Burtons .7 Baxaesville e,2u wmxa Earr. Barsesville r.4G P Burton. .l - i Burr Mills Mi - belajofit 9,U " Lewis' Villa S4 ( War sock 'a ' Glenro 9.42 - ' Bellaire ' . Hl.10 ACCOM MOD TIOX. corka west. 4.M P. M 5.31 . S.37 6. Ill S.I7 5 --j 6. sol.., east. 6.U A. 6.S4 - C3i - " 6.43 - .A7 7 j T.li - lieuead spaa tuia until further notice. J. VLL.n Agent. Glxbce. Dec 1. 18S7. Stations in Belmont County. CALENDAR. ..!-. .1 i: s! s 4. 3- 6 7! ! 9 10 ll 1 13 14116 Ifi 17 If 19 21' 21 '22 23 S4 S! 41 5: 7 t 9! Ml II 1.' 13 M 15 16! tes;s s: 3u,3i !3i . .. ........ r S 3' 4 S 61 3i 4I S1 6l P HI I" 13 I . 4i 3. 41 3 til 7 14:1.1 16 I, !lMl'4lli 3 9 n lji2nM jsijspwaj- 15, VS IT I- IU Jo il ! "3 4 9S M J7: 24 30 31 ... .. . A 7 e 9 IcillI K O!'.. !... - I 2; 3 i ' 7! el 9 H..II I41:M6 l'!ljis in; iS 23 i4;asfc ...

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 March 1858

Winter Care of Stock. The following remark?, whirl) e copy fro 31 the lart number oi the Irish former's Gazette, are particularly epprupriate tu lite kimDi aod worthy the atleulion of who have the care of slock: 1. ReoClitt. Tne stand houra o: feeding rnunt be carefully adhered to.and noj devia.iou ought to be allowed. Cattle very koon kaow tiie time wiien thev ouht t . .. , . : , :f recrive ineir aiuwance oi im, ri-u u paise withcul bringing the expected M'pp'y tbey jet ten it n, aod ezpreea their un i seas by loud bellow ins. 3. Cleasujess. From an examination of cow-houae or cat'.le sheds, in genera!, we would be led to imague that entile arc naiurany oiny.aoa iiriirii,icic- fore, consider ibat the must profiubie mode of keeping them, U to pcy a little at tion io the cleanliness us pusBibi. I n-cow-bousea ought to be cleaned out twice every day, and plenty of litter allowed fur the cattle to lie upon. The trough ouhr u be kept always eaveet and clean; anJ, tor tbia purpose, the f...

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 March 1858

Poetry. Old Times and New. Wm mb the fallowing lines read at tin New England Society V Festival at New York, Decem ber 22, 1846, by AUea C Spooner.of Boston from UMloaner: Twit ia mj eey chair at home, Atom week ago, I aat and pafied m lizht cigar As uaai, you must know. I mused opon tl-e Pilgrim floek ' Whose lock it was to land Upob almost id only rock f ' Among the Plymouth nnd. In my mind eye, I saw tbem leave Their weather bsaten bark Before them spread the wintry wilds. Behind, rolled ocean dark. ' A km that Kttle bandrol stood, While savage foes lurked nigh. Their creed and watchword, "Trsst ia God J And keep you powder dry." Imagination's pencil them That first stern winter painted. Wuea more than half their number died - And stoutest spirits fainted. . A aearnnbidden filled one eye. My smoke nan filled the other; . : Ope sees Mrange sights at such a time, , Which quite the senses bother. I knew I was alone but lot , (Let him who dares, deride me ) . - I looked, end, drawing...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 11 March 1858

BT. CLAIRSVILIiE THURSDAY, MARCH 11. 1853. Jterll ftafttiltt to crerr form ftrr many orer the mind of Man." b fllOBUttN, EotTo TllMS- If paid in advance gl.50 If paid within the year 2,00 "Stand from Under." " The aoove i the caption or the leader in the last Gaxetle f Citizen. He labor hird to convince the people that the Democr.t e . party U in no danger, but that all tlie- dan? . r ia with th-ebo are independent enough to think for themeelves, those honest D"ruo ; crate who now oppoe the Adn.initriiin. It ia Beedle concern, on its part. That portion of the jiarty w hom he think in anger night .well warn the Gaulle to aland from under. If ihi-reia danger to any. it is to those who heed not the impending daexa of the Democratic party, and continue fee stand op for party Tight or wrong." who till conl ue phantom of party ooti' link ing tinder the weight of its own corruption, 'it sinks to rise no more, acd with it carrie those who clung '.o the rotten caress to the last. VV'e feel n...

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 March 1858

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. MAIL ACCOM MOD TTOW. aiaa werr. S 4ju r. m unim ... OtaMM . T.SB " Waraecks ' - ' Lew..' MiUs .4S " Belmont 7.S4 " am Mills ' 1M Buns. 8.S7 Bareeoville 8,3) - S.31 " , S.S7 .It .I7 " S.SrJ .45 i asm sst. lmHU- P.SS fi HA .U A. ai. BsrTsMHhj ' .- " a 14 - c a.i- - Lewie' Milk B.M I ;' Warwaca.'s,. '. l-n 2 Slcaea t.4J " , Bellaire ' ' 1t.lt . t.t flaaiias aaaa this aatil farther Mtice. ..apnea j VCELFH, Areat. CuicaL Dec 1. 1857. CALENDAR. i iljll - i 1 r-.fc. I 8 3 f S it 1 S 6 81 ! 41 51 Bl -tl 19:13 It! 1J 13 14 IS Ml 15! I 17 isof9iias.s3J 18 IS SO 91 22 93 S4 SSlBS.tJiSt- 2S,, S 1 4 S I 91 31 4 s! ' 7 12 13114 l9H:9l lIT lU( 8 9 10 II istilS 15 IK 17: 1H si". i ' t3 4 251 26,27198 Si 31 9 ia 2.39:3I . .1 -til-i SllOll r!IT;' si mi lil 16 1 SS'3iS4: S31 Ii 1TH 15 IS 90 912j 93.34 25 K97'S8 9, llll II 14 I IT 1-3.' 4l ! ibn M.I9 13 7! 81 Mltt'tSfSlisaW'tAiS Im is; r!lSS 23 SU SS 30 17I8IS 91: l4,S6i; 34...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 11 March 1858

Agricultural. About Hogs. BY C. M. CLAY. GOOD VARIETIES. Tlie Irish Grazier-tba Suffolk the Berk shire hart been the favorite breed ab-jut bar.. The Bar ..shire baa longest held pop ularity. But in consequence ol the raid in crease of bogs, fear tnimeU can be more rapid 1 improved by judiciuu crossing and good keep, tbao tbey. BREEDING. Let tke piga come in the middle of March to the middle of April If convenient, let out moie tban two tows bear pigt in the same eaelosura have pens to admit the pigt, excluding the o'd ones and keep tbeia all the time improving. Let gilts hare one litter of p:gs .pay ia two week, or three, aud then kill the old ones the tame fall. Thus you winter but once, an J then mall bogt. L-aves make the best beds for pigs; straw and long manure beat them, tod five them the mange. FEEDING. The beet method bete, is fust clover; then oata in tbe field; then rye or w heat in the field; then Iouian corn in the fall. BACONING. The beet weight about S00 8t. net, well ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 18 March 1858

SPEECH SENATOR SEWARD, OF Y. DELIVERED IN THE SENATE MARCH 3. Against the Lecompton Constitution. . Its. Presidsst: Bight year ago, we clew the Wilmot Proviso ia the Senate Chamber, and buried tt wiib triumphal den on atrationa under tbe floors or the Capitol. Four years later, we exploded altogether the time-honored system of governing the Territories by Federal rules and -regulations, and published aad proclaimed in its stead a new gospel of Popular Sovereignty, whose waya, like those or Wisdom, were! to be waya of pleasantness, and allot whose 1 paths were opposed to be the fiowery paths f peace. Nevertheless, the question arbetb cr there shall be Slavery or No Slavery in tbe Territories ia again the stirring pas sage of the day. The restless Proviso has borst the cerements of the grave, and, atri fcing bands here in por very presence, with the gentle spirit of Popular Sovereignty ran mad, is sees raging freehj in ear balls, scattering dismay , among the Admiaiatra, tioa beaches ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 18 March 1858

$clwnl Cjjrmriclc. BT. CL A TRSYILLE THURSDAY, MARCH 18, I808. 'JteerMl fcostility to every form oftjr muy er (be naiad ofMu." 6. THOBURN, - Editob. Tbbvs. If paid in advance 81-0 " If paid within the year 2,00 VfZT W e ire sorry indeed "that the ' Era should think for a mument that we inten tionally perverted its language. In fact, will not plead guilty. We will no charge apun the Era anythin like pervert ion, but only whatia equally criminal -avoidance, by Yankee cunning. It MVS the Ordinance of 1787 if not au thority. We simply ask, it it authority whes it receives the sanction of the frarcera of the Constitution, and of the people the country! We quoted from Col. EEaror, not as our authority but as the authority ot the Era, snd if he is worth anything in its quotation, then Jlie is in ours. And what does he say! Why plainly that this Or dinance does give full authority. But aays the Era', in relation to Territories ceded sf ter theConstitution was adopted, granting that they wou...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 18 March 1858

Local Intelligence. CALENDAR. b. IB 1 8 i is!" nits n'U 18 19 SO 21 IS M 17 l7lHSig !S8i as S6,ifi t,Ju,31 11 -i 1 4 5 I H is! i l S 3 4 8 M) 11 IS 16 IT' 18 u mi: w w a 19 13 '14 .iz' i:n't 29 ?3 ,5lS7; HI Si '29, aa 31 I I3 S 6 9ne II Kll7llH SB.JU13I 19 2 21 & 22.24 & S 7 1 If l Mil IB SO 31 Hi 1 1, 19' n 141 is 17 18 1 19 9UI3II23S3 14 5;SnS,g:,S,3" 7 e 9 io'iiis J.. i 1 M 11 I8II3 14 S M I7 K l) S SI 5 14 IS 18 SO .a-Mts.SnWiSBa;; mi es S4,2S2 7 !&:S9,3U 1 1 S 4 e i'io it si .1 13 m'S'I 1718 19 E 1213 14,15 l 17 18 SO SI 22 S3 S4 25 ana a t4M- ,m8,... j.jU B6Sd,S9.3031).. VW ROAD TAX FOR 1858. The County Commissioner, have leried w ceoU oa tbe buudred dollars for Road porpo-et for 1858. One third of the amount levHHl for Kod purposes, tbe Board appro riated for Bridee purposes, and ordered that aawwnt to be collected in money. m. i i i .l v l r-- ... k so nwnce oi uts a.u.u - w cliarred bv labor on tbe Roads, within be Road District wLere the same is char ' " Taw.?"...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 18 March 1858

nj lead r eveo ray own ajency in saving it thou Id be rejected. I will cheer fully cooperate with these ne deft-ndm f thia sacred cauae in Kansas, and I will award them all due praise, he me shall have been successful, for their large share f merit is rt delrveraoce. WiH yea tell me that it ia difficult to iu- dor Qte Senate and the House of Repre sentative to take that short backward step' On ihe contrary, the hardest Ubk that an executive dictator ever set, or parliamentary manager ever ondertook, is tu prevent this very step from being taken. Let the Pre ident taka off his bsnd, and the bow, beui o long , and beld to i a tension by so bard a pressure, will relax and straighten tuelfa. nee. Consider now, if yon please, the conse-joer-cea of your refusal. If you atteup: to oerce Kane s into tb Union, under the Lecompton Constitution, the people of that Territory will resort to civil war. You are pledged to put dawo that revolution by the sword. W ill the people listen to yuur voice...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 25 March 1858

Poetry. 'Tis Better Grin than to Growl: 'Tis Better Grin than to Growl: A SONG FOR THE TIMES. ,. Let hard time assail as, , - ' Let poverty nail ua, like mystical bone-shoe to every will, . Let deep tribulation i'.--. The fierce desolation, " : ' reread oer all landa like a funeral pall; Tboogb empty our parses, Though creditors cores as, ..' And quarters are squeezed till the eagles all howl ' Lett hare faces, -- And smiles for all places, '. Remembering 'tis belter to grin than to growl! 4. T , What tboogh banks are breaking, - ' ' And "big booses" quaking Lost one day under all they ever hare done, . . Out crossness cant mend it, ' Onr weeping won't end it. not take the bright aids and call it all firnf .- ! Will forfeited pleasures " v '' Imbecile measure! " Bring back sur lost eonfidencef lift the dark cowl' Ko! Ko! To-day a sorrow ' Brings no brighter morrow ' When things will go bad Jet as grin and not growl' '..', But let as keep thinking - That though we are ainki ng, ' " W...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 25 March 1858

rlmxml Cjjrwtdc CLAIRSVILLE THURSDAY, MARCH SS, 1858. ltereU hostility ta every form oftrr mr rer the mimi fUai." t THOBURX, Editor. Tims. If paid ta advance $1.50 " If paid within the year 2,00 . r Senator Ceiterpei, made a powerful peech in the Senate on laat Wednesday. It is spoken o( being the ablrst speech f the seaaon. The position of Mr. Cbitex tsa on the Lreompton measure ha cxer tieed the Admin irtration eore!y indeed. Heretofore, he has remained rather pataive. .and the Slave party -vould fain have kept him so. But the manhood of Cbitesde.n Was too much for all their power. From a Slave State, and having all bis social in fluences bearing in favor of Slavery, it is (he more praiseworthy in him, that be so divested himself of prty. social and sec tional influence and tbua boldly defended tbe right. The Tribune Correspondent characterises it "a great speech a noble speech clear, logical, eloquent, denounc ing Leeompton as a fraud, an imposition, and sn outrage; fraudu.ent in...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 25 March 1858

Local Intelligence. THE LONG AGONY OVER! The following dispatch was re ceived from Judge Keksos, at about 7 1-2 o'clock last night COLUMBUS, March 24, 1858. E. E. Kenxox: Vote on the pas sage of the Bill, yeas, (22,) nays, (67.) Band Editors. COLUMBUS, March 24, 1858. WM. KENNON. Never did we see as impatient a crowd as hang around the counter of the Telegraph Office, while Mr. '.Wakbeh was receiving the Message. The result was greeted with rounds of cheers. The gentleman taking the Message up street, could not be got to answer any question, but Simply said yeas 22, nays 67. One of Mr. Lewis s Omnibuses' was got out, and drove around town with our fin e Band, while tar barrels brilliant ly lit up the! streets, and the deep, sullen boom of the cannon, and rock ets, sent the glad tidings tar and tear. Never did we see such gen- eral rejoicing. Ladies greeted the -Band and passing crowd with smiles WMMffiifiriviii" ftf n?"''"""v;f i"" every -one appeared to be in a good humor, ;and rej...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 25 March 1858

Avoid the March Rains. Now U tbe time above all othere, when former aboubj be doubly careful of the Mock. One day for any animal. In a co'J March raina worse than a week' exposure i eoM ry winter J weather. And the a- meml kitt by sucb exposure cannot be - fainej! Ja lets tbaa a week of good careful feeding. We may at least assert tbat one Dch day cannot be ecunteracted in less than three days on tbe grass. Onefactismorthy of notice just here. Many farmers allow their stock especially cattle, to b come ro poor, by their feeding and neglect, during the winter months, that they will scarcely waigS as much at the first of Ju'y, as tbey had done at tbe first of December previous; and they bsve but the remaining summer months to make any improvement. This, to many," at fi.st thought, may seem an ex travsgent expression; but it will bear inves tigation, and aft we wtnt is tbat farmeis in vestigate it soon. I f the , stock are kept boosed and warm, fed plentifu'ly, they in crease fa weight...

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

Poetry. From the N. Y. Independent. The Old Psalm Tune. BY HARRIET BEECHER STOWE. , Yon eafcal deer fHsnd, 0 other dan ' 7b; aiiil at; csamaed ear Jlejoiceta in uoeeltnred tone TbatoldpIiB tan lobaart . , -fv beard toll & to foreign lands Tb grand oreaetrJ strain,, hera aaaefa. "W""" KeveeJeaea earth againi - WWn bfMthiBf,niema Instruments, la awaying clouds of sound. Bora ap the yearning, tranced eool, lake ailer wingi around; I've heard la old St. Peter-, dome, Wbea dooda of inoenae rue. Moat ravishing the choral aweU Mount upward to the kiea. And well I feelthe magic power. - . Wbea skilled and caltared art. Ittcanrunf webaof weetne weave Ajooodtnecaptorad keart. Bet yex, dear frtend.tbo' rudely fung. That old pea Ira fane hath atill 'A pulse of Bowerbejrondtheiaan, M J inmoat soul to thrill TboM halting note tht aound to you. An aol the lone I hear; Bat voices ot the lored and lost Then meet my longing eax.j . I bear roy angel mother's voice . ' Those were the word aheaong; ...

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 April 1858

- ' THURSDAY. APRIL I. IS58. Etera! hostility l rery- form of tjr-aaay aver the mind of Man." 1 THOBURN, Editok Tsbk. If paid in advance $1.50 - If pan! wjihin the year 2,00 Legislature of Kansas. Gen. CaLH-icahas finally announced the reault of the election for members of State Legislature. Why he did thit just at thf time he did can be underetood hy all who re acquainted with the rircumstanrei. Be could not publish the vote when the re turn had all come in. or rather there a no time when it was loo late to receive ihe returns. Cilhoc, told Debtee that he would continue to receive as'many as came . until Kansas should be admitted by Con pets. He goes to Washington, lo be near his master, and yet delays the publicaiior en various trivial pretets: and in the end publishes tLe returns, showing m-ho were elected to tSe Legislature mak'nj it a Free State, thereby hoping to eerure support for the Lecomptiin swindle. The reader will observe that nothing is said in relation to the State of...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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