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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 1 April 1858

Local Intelligence. Local Intelligence. CALENDAR. r- b. IB . I 4 Si l 7 ! II li! M IS Ml It'lS 13 M 18.19 ZU.3I sS 23 4 4, 30 31 MjBSI 31 I 'si'3 4 1, 3 ilO 11 el 15 18 13 L- sfT I 17 IS p e'wn 15 16 I" ll!) Sn l lt 93 4 45!SB 87 ,W (2,3;31. ...-.!-; im ii M'I'llH TS-SniJ" 5! ! 7 Hi ,KI II 12.13 Mils I 17 IH l SO 21 ! i4;S5 Ml-HtSS S6i, je;31 . .1 tee:. ... . I s'l"tl . tessj.SBiasiSfi.. - llll !3l4lU kiiip ii 3 lll-H Hf 13 14) 15- ! 17 IHill) auiiliiS 23 8S!S6l!e;ahjl3U.. 124 25 26, -iSS 31,.. I. ... .i.-.-l-. ! 'i!"i!"i7l ! . l 11 I 13 14 IV I S 3 4: 5 71 f 9 TO II 12 13 1C IT W 19 W3I-K I4 IS 1617 It- 19 - 21 22 23;24:35 26 W SW.S9,I . . .I.4--. i ill 1 i v sI'sT? 81 910 II c 71 el f l-i i i!.- 13il4 1318 17 18 11 iW.I3 14.15 16 17 18 20121 K' S4 SS 26, . lit S 21122 23 S4 2S 'Hi COTJ3STT'5r .RO.A.-D from St. CUirerilie to ihe Riilroad. Those will ing to dvie, and give material aid in the iWatinn and construe '.ion of this road are invited to meet at the Coitbt House on next Satu...

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 April 1858

Opening of Japan. IrVe give to-day (aart the Philadelphia tjullcltn) some curioua details, translated from a European paper, in regard to the con cession lately obtained by the Dutch Gov ernment from the Japanese concessions in the benefit or which other lAiiopeaa nations together with the United States, will have t share. There seems to be no reason to tfoabt the correctness of the statements Bade. Japan is henceforth to be open to the commerce of lh world under certain restriction, which, however, fee trifling when we think of the severe pjx'osivenefss that baa hitherto prevailed in that country The United States, as the ma:n instruments in leading to the happy results thus chron icled, have reason to cni;r.tulate them elves. AH missions from European nations having the eaioe obj-ct, proved sijoa! fail' ires. The peaceful -nl friendly ap eal ol the free Government of the Uu;tjl States under the wise cot.duct of the lat-i lamented Commodore Perry, has accomplished what would probab...

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 April 1858

Poetry. Song. BY ALICE CARY. Low, sweet and low, ' Sine to the share, oh, Sea! And softly, eohly, weat wind, blow Mf lovert lore Co me; , Blow and fill my krt with bliss As full as it can be. . Iifht, low and light. Let yncr whisper, west wind, be. And tell n whether be deeps to night By the window nearest me! For if be lore me as I lore Mm, Tni there his bed will be J Creep, west wind, creep Under the sheets, and see Whether or not his arms in sleep Are reaching out for me! For if the lore of my lore is mine, Tis thus his arms will be. About his pillow flit, -" And see if yon will see A name in lore1! red letters writ -. On his cheek, then fly tome. For I know if a name is w ritten there, ' ' '' i Whose same the name most be! - I never have been False to Thee. BY GEORGE P. MORRIS. I never bare been false to thee The heart 1 gave thee, still is thine; Though tbon hast been nntrne to me. I no more may call thee mine! -'- IVe loved as woman ever lores,' With constant soul in good or 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. — 8 April 1858

dtmml (mticlt. BT. GliAlRSVILIiE THURSDAY. APRIL 8, 1858. Cleratl hostility t every form oftyr- over the mid of JUaa. 0 TWO BURN, Tsm. I f pa id in advance $ 1 .50 . If ptid within the year 2,00 Glory enough for one Day. TfcelCoKptou Constituticn i defeated ni liberty i yet oois. Oo tlie first of -April the jiU for the admits on t Kansas came belore the House, when Mr. Mobt- goheky, of Pa., brought forward what is known as Cauttebdeb' substitute; which passed by a rote of 120 to 119. This admits Kanaa as a State, p-auts one Representative ia Congress, and refer, the obnozous Lecompton Constitution back to the people for adoption or rejection. Now bad the Administration and supporters been honest in the professing to m ieh to put a final quiet to agitation in Kansas there would have been no opposition to this substitute. This would have made Kansas a Sia.e, and the question no longer would have agitated the nation, because not national. But now it is evident that the slave party was ...

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 April 1858

Local Intelligence. CALENDAR. JO 11 I 7 14 15 17ie;19 :si:,S3(p x4;SS 31 1 c 3 tjW 11 i w'TJiie i IS W I I8ISU'I ,3u i-i am io:i s 18 13 18 l 16 1 a5,S7 8lHI:30.. 2S.96,r a? SC. & r i ! 8 9 in ii !5'l6 IT1H 2S M 4 45 SSI 30:31 I I.... I.. I I. .1. .1. .1 j 1 41 Si 6 7! M'I7 W;120 SI S X3'X4 Xa.ao r 30 31 II ST 31 ' R IU II I ISM 1718 19 73 S7i8 tiii - e s .T - "i Si 7 8! 10 H IS 13 M li Hi 17 0 19 SU SI sr 23 49 30 31 5 C 7 12 13 H I9 9S-4I . . . .1- s 3; S 111 11 18'l3'M lsll617 lH 19 SO 81 84.43 46,87, SR-aSi 2.SS 1 8 9 151 1 9I83 S3 3 4 S 6 10111 118 13 I7.IH 10 Uh e44j74l!S9,3U 311. .1. . . .1. . 1 8 3 4 S. 7 8 9110 II 18 13 14 I$ll6l7 18 19 81 84 83'84 !:3U I e as ss:7 g't'il'i . 9 10 I si Si 19 IS 14' IS l 17' W 19 SO SI 43 S4 4S )9, 47 88(49,30,311.. To Township Assessors. The several Township Assessors sre here hy requested to meet at the Auditor's office, oo Motidar next, the I2tn 01 April, iur . purpose of receiving their Blanks, Return Books and Instructions for the A...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 April 1858

Are the Prices of "Blooded" Stock Going to Fall. To the Editor of the American A grind turist: I ma a breeder blooded cattle, ni have tha far uccee4e4 mlisfaclorily, both in rearing atock, and swles. Ttie stock trade, genera My, n fcaen active lor several jeans pnet, and prices renumtTntin tu the Urnier aixi breeder, at iarve. Wt.t u to be the cSVet f the present re-action in coiuiut ciai affaire and the ecarcity of tuunry, upuii the prices r ueatd in the Uuiu-d Statt-,nti open our better clewe of ttuck pariUu Urtj blooded, or fancy cattle, sheep, &c Yuurs, REMARKS. We embrace t!ii opportunity to g:ve an opinion on so direct and important a que tion as the above. In the first place: be cause we know it to be mentally '.tie query of many a choice etuck breeder tliroutiui;t. the country, who fears, almost to k the question openly; and, in the secoisd place, Jo state a fact, or two, ouccming Mich atock, iuelf. We, Americans, are a nrrvoiie. spasin-.dic nd excitable people, in our 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. — 15 April 1858

Poetry. Poetry. From the Springfield (Mass.) Republican. Mabel Lee. I! a-taenlibt poors through the forest aisles, Aaa sleeps aa ths tranquil see, - Ito Mack iocs ftaf their sfcasowsdowa, 4 And they tsUattaafcelof fiurMsbletee. - Bet bovay Jrowa carls and forehead of oow, Ah Si ay the noon beams' ail very (low, Aad thy lovs-lii re looks on tbe sea r P, besstifiJ Mabel Lee. Joere are Uriaf weed in thins ear to-nijat, j m. Ami leader eyes look down aa tbee,1 .jlnd eweat thoughts wake fa) thy geaile heart, 7 - seV aniiilmwjoy.aweet Mabel Lee. 1 tfith the aoay dssra ia the crystal sky, -The whiie-winfed ship fioats silenily 'Away e'er the waves of tbe nystic sea ' ' O, sonowful Mabel Lee. . There are brooding c loads in the midnigfat sky- There's a fcartalfloetnen the stormy sea Where the coral blushes sad sea-moss springs, Helieth sleeping O, Mabel Lee! O, boaay brown car and forehead of snow. AatTLIiasJul drasass -ye an faded aowt T rha Heaves s'rrsrchiac the erneleea, .-' &f sad ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 April 1858

BT. CLAIRSVIIiLE THURSDAY. APRIL 15. 1858. Etenul fertility la ever fore f tTf r er the mi4 of Jfi." i, P TBOBURN, - - . Ewto j , TlMl If pi id in advance . 81.50 If paid within thejrear t.00 DEATH OF BENTON! 0 I, V Our "readers " re doubtless generarty re.?rt,ti,ortbe detain: of ihe gfat krMoiUBrTaoi(AS Hart Bektob. -The Itotrie wire have already flashed it all "'wct the land.' His disease was cancer of , the bovalc. m' - . . .... D.avna has 'I 1 De intpuriani. arrvicen ui wbm rendered bis eoonlry, ana the eoaFpicaoti sart he baa eted in I he politic of the coon try, wiH make bis low widely felt and ( V deeply regretted. With all his cerentrici tiea and failings, he was a pure patriut and ian. fcoaest and great mau He was the compeer' of Clat, McDorriE, Lowudes, - Calhous and Webster, and was the last "' of that race of great statesmen who have passed from off the stage of action. Daring the Administration of Jackso:. Mr. Cal-! being Vice-Pi esident, Mr.' Bebtos was selected as (he...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 April 1858

Local Intelligence. CALENDAR. .italic w II 1119,14 IS 16 ' "I'22'2J2 2 j7 5 a" 5 J .Ss u s!a o "5 fc Hr ' 3 s-S's s.s "','2 U IS l!l7 18 19 r 6 7 8 ,1;1 '. II IS IS 14 IS I 17 L S 4 5 ? ' "at I8fl 90 21 83 2J S4 Hl,ll!lS;l3 MlW'JJ , (1 7 8 9 Mill liL- S 6 7 8 M 11 . . lSl I M 17118 lS I3I3J, 15 MI7 18 : S ailM BsiajSa ' , :-- To . Township Assessors. - ia i The several Township Assessor are here by requested to meet at ihe Auditor's office, , Moadav next, the 12th of April, for the purpose of receiving tbeir Blanks, Return Book and Instructions for the Assessment , 't the. persons! property of Belmont County . Assessor are required to procure from "their respective Township Clerks, certifi sneef election, and of having given bond . 'nd taken the ostb of Office, before they are entitled to receive their bioka aod papers. ., ::! ... S. GRESSINGER, Auditor. April 8, 1858. It- fM TEACHER'S EXAMINATION lywill be held at the usual place in '. St. C'airaville, on Saturdat, the 24th inst. E...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 April 1858

Grow Raspberries. eooy.ia ibt apples do not do I wipke Bo effort to prow anj other fa grow raspberries very easily, jot a bound in plants which bve eolthrated to improve in quality. sot uy'a worrf vaaiart ibe im vsrietiea. acd consider it poor poiicv any but ib Vut many farmers Itioocea T,o 4rr 1Lecommoo vane " itBi in tbefTjivs who would grow Kibe plants cost litem curt thorn a the nursery. .' Of the raspberries we I cbooaa th eoaasofl black, tabic "1 i. jif and bears' Veil a fascium fruit. urM k- ftomu eztensively by every J ' Jail Vpauneacln, a he can have . It ooce,'Tr.a' oo-f Tlo on mo o 'd st-t-I form should remain without it. The 'leaaKa$,erf'M driei and the i are subject to very few if any enern.'e. - care tber need is to keep the s: iff awarJOow-lbeir roots, ui tie cca- JL .renioVal tit'fieii vines Set black "ffries; tbey need no such a mo jut vfat--I .Bcavaa-jtUavberrtes; and are really of " T.Tur valae.uk the whole year tbruuh. . a would not be understood though as de "ec...

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 April 1858

1 Y.- K' " .I II . CLAIRS VILLE OHIO THIJSDAT. ; APL'IL 22 1858 A 'i . ''"' aaiSa-aaMaBaaaa . t'M . vnl -w in Poetry. ' if -: ' 9TWc clip from the Boston Poet the ft. v pT, thli -The Pooasten Cheekm. , ir JO thifaeophte. nomfiuDe ago, ' ' ' . i . -. -To UMCOBclaraoa an we elearlt led " T look beck sometimn, eometjmee look ehea3 I - . .,- trtt your Wiien, my fight feigere cnnniDg Ao4 then to "nve tbe'Twx,)! take ta naming; - . If T115 1 turn,' my mdcue thoe mar be I - l fooK iac watch, cm mea-ua. eiicrtiwK dwi V. Jot while the mm myfooiished bead engage J . j Jetombie onlke geotkmaaof BiBGia!- ' T " v En&apped, (be while toy frightened efm I tain, 'ThttciBt my. escapade to learn. : l4efcrtp)np,a railroad track, while walkirg Ttowaria berry-pastnres wife, ta cscal, talkiag--- AleesaiotireahrMkfellonmy ear. i . -, I turned, and law a maddened monster near. .TJtoep4tisteBt,er,'- '-'; That 1 weald not have picked a tingle berry, .; ; ' 7 Bad I not timed, then stepped upon the grass, ...

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 April 1858

TBCRffAY, 1858. !'.' "i .... . VJ EterssHl'astilit et errr TOrns oftyg- - : . EDITOR a .J T Toil.-If pOtflaidnrjurf S1.50 " If paid wfttin the yoar Our Paper. Our reader see that we bve re- joced the mm of It Csmmcu.-' t tj first will condeaaa. Ibis change, bu-. ui - reason together a little. The Ca"" t I! ha been heretofore tbe largest county y-. , per in this par: of the State, and yet at a price less than a Dumber of others, that! . were not so Urge. - It is in a county where ts party has been in the minority 5nr ' aequently it does not receive the publee tronage that party favorites .do,..1 The re duction of size will reduce the, 'expense of publication about one- fifth, 'which is esi- ' siderable of an item these hard times. TV ' f Jrofitablajprstem of paying wb find leUiDfc'the printers .abide ft Tueacest sulta la as losingrooirt one toortti i. m sffoi. ABoJngs Tbcselto tiv, sre suf- r" ficient reasons for the chsoge, and we. feel - tynvtaVeiCrlhe friends of the paper, wil . j...

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 April 1858

Local Intelligence. - S"IWd'inf IhtteM C Chorea ia this place urn men 8bbeti at II odoc A. lJiD hu been admitted ' tWMr. X U braetics) aa an attorney by the District Court S 1 - . " IjrDiatriet Coon commenced on Friday, Judge ' Bnr. Marsr aini BoanricK on tba beach. lodge Oof look greatly improved ia feealta since last ty(M. Gas-to, Ecq.. Jonnerly of this place baa become joint editor and proprietor of the Cir- ; ' cieville Wutclnman. Aside from the abominable principles be adrocaksa, we wish him success. " Kit. A lax. Yorj. Tbernroufrienancl admirers of Una distinguish divine will be pleao ;' ed to. Vara that he haa returned to oar town, end ."- willciate in the pulpit of tba Associate Beorm ;,Chnrch the corning aoinmer. - v1 Tax Fn or Tai We perceias by oar ex change that earn peraoa ha atarled tha theory -- that this summer is to close ap affaira in this snb- ". "lunary ay here. Tba Earl of Roan's prediction of bat summer baa mada tnem believe, doubtless. J", tnat the world is to...

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 April 1858

Wealth to be Plowed for. There is", trouVtlessmanr farmer-- who begin to realize now that they must not al waya do aa their fathers did. That the same ralea that were successful ten, fifteen, anil twenty year ago will not exactly -P?1? now- The coadition of the a-" verT much changed and so liar the seasons. Our (Dm men are dryer, and we suffer more from drouth "tbsn when 'the country was sew, aad leas cleared than now. This Is a question of fact; that can be accounted Tor very reasonably. When tsis country wa . comDsratirelr an unbroken forest, ' there were constant springs that are now dry great part of the year; the creeks were not known to dry up for the summer months as they now do,tbe rivers were constantly open to navigation, and rains were more uniform This is all accounted for as follows: the rain water that now runs off our shallow plowed fields and bard beaten pasture - grounds,. was formerly drank up by the loose oil of the forest; snd instead of overflowing creeks and ri...

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 April 1858

Tin E IS ELIM1 KIT THOBURN 6 NICHOLS, PKOPRIETOB& "BfTELLIGEHCS, ;TEE BULWARK OF BEPUELFAMSM." TERl'S $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE r:NEW SERIES, VOL 2, NO 18. ST. CLAIRSVILLE OHJ0 THURSDAY'. APRIL 29, 1858 . L WHOLE NO 1027 Poetry. When Shall be to Each a Brother. M. H. COBB. There is n ma to Id wealth of blue, , ; Is hating Utile, loving much, ' Until the heart that throbs amis Shall thrill at Borrow every touch. "We lore too little here below -' Wt know too little of each other; ;.- Bat in the prime . . Of a eotniag time. Each man shall be to each a brother. . " Ambition, envv, greed and pride, . i The seal of man too much consume; Too few seek out life's darker side With love its darkness to illume. Too lew are great indoing good. As guides and helps to one another Few gaze away , . " .' To the coming day, Whoa each shall be to each brother. . . We do net hear the angel feet. . -That fell beside us in Lite's path; Nor do we feel the hearts that beat So ne ar to ours. Existence hat...

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 April 1858

ST. C3L. AJIR S IIL.X.E THURSDAY. APRIL 29, 1858. temal hontililr to every form oftyr-aiiy over the mind of Mm." D. THOBURN, Editor Term. If pa id in advance $1.50 '-' If paid wiihin the year 2,00 "Retrenchment and Reform." ' Tboce who are familiar with the political campaign of last fall in this State, wil! doubtless remember that "Retrenchment and Reform" was the watchword of the Democratic party.. Their speakers all over (he state, plighted their faith to the people Chit their ascendency would be the salva' tion of the e'ate. That there should be but a two months Session ot the Legislature, and no extra Session. That "Smelling Com mittees" should not be appointment to squander the people s money, and that the Legislature sl.ou'd not Taste its time in dis cussing the "nigger question." TnU and much more of the same sort, was promised again, and again. They were to be a models in economy, despatch, and in honesty; no time to be lest in discussing questions that did not concern 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. — 29 April 1858

Local Intelligence. v J--Vf hat it the Gaiette folnf to dcT ita Mr Liwiescs, M- C about eoBtetniod time next ft 11? Ss-Bomuiite himt Is the editor in favor oTeending him back to Congress? if w 1 111 tyTbe sacrameot of the Lord Sapper wttl fie " administered at the Presbyterian Church of Ibis place oa next Sunday. Erf. Dr. Win, of Wheel ing, will aceist. CiBcra Dun Rite, the ereat humorist .will be bere with his Circus on the 11th pros. Of course. . every body and his wife, including all the little ones that can raise a quarter will be on hand. The Fair The Board of Managers of the Bt Dont County Agricultural Society have changed the time of holding their annua! Fair from the 5th Cth.7ih and 8th daya of October, to the 28th. 39th andaPUt days of September and 1st day of Octo ber, 1858, so as not to interfere with the Harrison --Cconty Fair. Mrncji ConvExnoi-t. The celebrated A. N, JoHKSToa is to be in Wheeling with bis company of vocalists, on the 4th of M ay , to give a course of Le...

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 April 1858

Agricultural. Scenery of Belmont County. To the Editor of the Belmont Chronicle: Sib Our eountj T just'r celebrated for it beautiful natural scenery. No other in the State can compare wi h it forbeaaty and variety of landscape, and few counties in aa other State are ahead of it. This should be looked worm as one of the most valuable rifts which a lavish Nature has bestowed toon us, and should be roost care hUj if not taaedly) protecied, and if pos sible improved. That ita relation to our mental aod mora) improvement demands it, every enlighted teacher in the world will readily admit; yet it is a lamentable fact that eur scenery has, in many respects, been miserably (I almost said wickedly) de faced. In hopes that our farmers may have tbeir attention called to this suljct, and hereafter mend their ways, I will, by your leave, make a suggestion or two. First, could nut a few trees be left to crown the summits of our noble old hills! Already we have nearly all our highest bills bare of...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 6 May 1858

i. , - ... uu THOBtJRN k NICHOLS, FB0FBIET0B& "INTELLIGENCE, THE BULWARK OF EEPUBLICANISM.', : TERMS $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE NEWSEHIeS, VOL 2, NO 19. RSVILLE OHIO THURSDAY. MAY 6, 1858 L WHOLE NO 1028 nvji mm Poetry. A Spirited Lyric. BY CHARLES KINGSLEY. THE WORLD'S AGE; THE WORLD'S AGE; I. i I Vfb will any the world is dyinjt vV he will say er prime is pnstt Sparks baa Heaven, within as lying.l - " TIm4,m will laah till Um ImI. Took! whnkncy Christ mktahsa; Hub Ml tohrr and tsil; , ikrmaUuiGod-loisakea, Ants-roam of Hs!L. II. t IHiU the race at Hero spirits . ra tb lamp from haad to haad; Age frsaa ago tho WoW inherits "Wiisaad Quid, snd Fatherland;" Sull the youthful hunter gathers 'Fiery Joy srosaws world and wood; Ha will dara at dared his fathers. Giro bimcaaaa a food. III. 7ile a bUys bewails his fetters, Whila aa orpbaa pleada ia vain; Wkila am infant lisps hk lettera, Heksf all me ages' gain; While a Bp grows ripe for kissing; . Walk a ssooa from sannk wrong; fcn, by ev...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 6 May 1858

ST. CLAIRSVILLE THURSDAY. MAY 6, 1858. teraat homirrtr to- erery farm ert tyr-aaar over the mini of Mm." D. THOBCRN, - Editob Tnil-Ilpaid in advance $1,0 , " If paid within the year 2,00 The Deeds is Done. Fa af tire history of the country, there ia Bo national act ao deeply dyed in corrup tion ani iniquity aa that just perpetrated by Congress in the paaaage of the Ebglish till, for the admiaaion ot Kaaaas. But the deed ia done, and agea will not wipe out the atain. From the beginning of the trvggle, the President and prty bare used rbe appointing power alone for the accom plishment of thia crimiral end. The Pre sident, with the dictatorial power of a Pope, aa thundered forth bia edkta and the whole party baa followed in the wake. That men were bought there can- be no doubt; and judging from facta Messrs. Esglisb, Citx and Lawbesce, run high in the figures! That the, honest foteraJn this Congression al District will give Lavxexce a rebuke that will inkJbini so deep in political in f...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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