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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 6 May 1858

Local Intelligence. 1 1 rjmMij mrpq - ..fit npt at their EanaMiur the value of Real and Peraonal Proper tjaaemoW Credit. 8.0wo, may ?j Ag?-- j -i r rr Tr. tf eai.Drl rUutuira -a4rertiaemaat. ' lirfiaacfaiac im Ik BC. Chardi artliia pla aezt Bandar, at tfae naaal time. fc5-Tb woer af "tharotaek" wiafiea erery ma a read tint addition! to the advertieeaaeat efj that bane. U to-day" paper. . farWe understand tbe individual wbo atood at is that eo Id raia of Taeaday earning repeat ing, 'Jri . . - - "Come, Wtfe spring,arrca muUneet come," ii engayed ia writing parody on the . . TUarmra of Hope!" t-Tbe .fritabureh Metbowist Coofcreoc baa twee is. peauon. M Cajubridge dunnc the paat week.- War bavaaot been able to get the whole T thajpookounenU Jot the corotnf year. M x peetelay4beai bei6teo readeta aext week- EeL .,JrJ'PT ( appointed to St. Ciaro ville charge. fOrTba.'lfrait' ia 'jtoM section ba suffered eon- aiderably from tbe recent frosta, but we think tbe damage U nt erieu aaaotneof ar...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 6 May 1858

Agricultural. Agricultural. (From the Ohio Cultivator. ) Honor to the Farmer. Labor is honorable, wbile idleneea is a direct crime against God and man. "Dig or die" ia the motto- of natnre, and when neces sary; draff all the drones out of the hive. - Th farmer, noblest sun of toil. God'a first artizan. stands at the bead of laborers. He furnishes tbe raw material, and independent of others. morrarcfr of the estate he owns, has all the capabilities of living an honest. noble and tree life. Let lafcor ae applaud ed. Bards who once sang the hero's praise, attune your lyres to the praise of the hero who grapples with tbe dimcuiiies ot nature. and with indomitable w til overcome mm Tbe farmer who travels hundreds of miles into the wilderness, builds the rude cabin and commences leveling the forest which on his acres, is at heart a hero. How manv such there are, who year after year wage incessant war with the loreat, amid all the hardships of new country, and when age gathers around them,...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 13 May 1858

r L ...... . . " ' .-. ..-'i. t-r..,-: -- ---v .. .. .. : . a .. rXHOBUBK IrJiaCHOLS, PROPBIETOM C t i 1 ' ' ' J ' H :s-: . '.ssmneENCE, the BmwzMBmmmmr TERMS $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE I " KtrntTorinica ' trrir o xtn on i ST; CLAIRSVILLE OHIO THUJPAT. JVL1Y 13, 1858 L WHOLE NO 1029 Poetry. From the Western Episcopalian. Over the River. vsr the riverlk beckon tome, - ' Loved one who've crossed 10 the other aide; . TTK. .Ina of lhair saowv robes 1 ee. . Bat their voice are drowned by the rushing tide There's eoe with ringlet' of ninny gold, - - - Aad eyes the reSeetion of heaven e we Woe? ";,fU neaed in the twilight grey end cold, " - Aad the pele mist hid him bom mortei view. We saw AJt angels that met him there, 'The (ate of the city we could not see; Over the fiver, the river, .My brother stands waiting to Tricotns iaa ;Otf tterirer the boatman pale. . V .. Carried aoe'ber the hoaaebold pet, Herbrown curls wared in the gentle gale; Darling Minnie! I see her yet. v 6be eroaaed on her ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 13 May 1858

ST. CI--AJnEtSVIX.X.E THURSDAY. MAY II. 1858. Etera.il hoatilitr eery form of tyr-ataar orer tbe miad of Man." D. TBOBURN. " "- Editok Testis. 1 1 paid io advance 1,50 " If paid within the year 2,00 The New Judge. We see the Democratic paper io this Ju dicial district are already shifting about fur candidate for the Judgeship. The major ity of them seem to prefer Judge BTcua Wdreerj tony thai this ahould 1 made a political issue. We do cot want politicians for Judges, nor do we want man elected t j faror one party at the expense of anoth er. If tre want an impartial Judge he should be chastn without respect to hia politics. litis one practice of the people has done more to corrupt, and weaken the influence of our Courts, than all other influences bearing upon tqem. It makes a Court of Justice a mere tool of party. Tbe Democ racy bare taken the responsibility of draw- ' ing on this mitur, and wi 11 o.' course go on in their design. The oppisitio n party are forced into the issue, but...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 13 May 1858

Local Intelligence. U . i MAID Of EQ0ALISATIO2I. fT'HrS COMMISSIONERS will beret at their '" 1 Oftee oa the Third Wednesday, 19th day May. far the porposs d heariag cotsplatnU. and Equalizing tbt value of Real and P rsonsl Proper- Op and Moon mna ucaiia. o. uiubww, Ma i, 1856 81. Auditor. i-p. H. Win. Esq.. proauoeat ruember of taa Waadsfield Bar. died Uat Saodsy. - asai '; coarse the editor of te Suit Jrmal felt tad after readme hut week dot Sentinel. The Ex-Seeretai eompliineBta the retinae editor. 'cause arby be need to notice the Sentinel oeea ttooally. KrTbe self-styled Democratic preaa hereabouts are now encaged in performing aome "grand and Jofiy tumbling" that beata anything the circua did here- - Forney's Press i-tanda solitary and alone . from among the boats of Democratic paper that oppoerd King Jim' Kansas policy. It ia deal ing blows thai will be felt Read the article headed A Dark and Fatal Friday " in another column, taken from that journal. I Boaaa Thieves. Oar count...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 13 May 1858

Agricultural. The Application of Lime. In the application of this very valuable fertilizer, ao at to produce aiiy g'od reull there teems to be a mystery. We hare known formers to spend much time and money for no good, and why? simply be cause they did not understand the nature of tie agent tbey were using. Liuie is- con tained in large quantities in the ilmtrsl, ss well as the Aoitnal kingdom. If enters so largsly in tho composition of Animal aud Vegetables that indeed it has become a ques tion whether lime was nut more a cbaract. eristic of the Animal and Vegetable world than of the mineral. But this theory will not bear investigation, plausible as it may seem. Yet there is po questioning the fact that it is one of the essential elements in the organic kingdom. In either 'iiioe only exists in combination. As a fertilizer, we wish to consider it now. That it is a very important agent is evident from the fact that it enters largely into the composition ut all plants, and is esseula! ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 20 May 1858

nn Ln E THOBURN & NICHOLS, PROPRIETOBS. "SiTELLIGEHCE, THE BULWAM OF BPUBU"ANISM." - TERMS $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VOL 2, NO 21. "i ST. CLA IRS VILLE OHIO THURSDAY. MAT 20, 1858 , L WHOLE NO 1030 . - . i . i Poetry. The Reign of May. The Reign of May. BY JAMES G. PERCIVAL. I feel a newer life in every gale; Tbe wind, that faa the flower. And with their welcome breathings fill the sail. ' Ttllof serener hours ,"-:' ,' Of boors that glide onfeh away Beneath the sky ol May. The spirit oi the gentle eon th wind eal la '. From hie blae throne oi air. . 'Aad trbere his whispering voice in music fails, Beaaty is budding there; . - 'The bright ones of the Talley break. Their slumbers and awake. -', r-.. The waving verdtire rolls along the plain, 'V'"''. And tbe wide forest weaves. " 1 To welcome" back its playful mates again. 1 --ji canopy ef leaves; " v-.. And from its darkening shadow floats ;v - A gush of trembling notes. - - ' Fairer and brighter spreads the reign of May...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 20 May 1858

ST. CLATRSVILLE THURSDAY, MAY 20. 1858. Cteraal bosUlilr every torm ol lr annr ever the mind of Man." D. THOBCRN, Eli To b Teems. If paid in advance - $1,50 " If paid within the year 2,00 Republican State Convention. Tte Stale Journal, of Monday, received just as we are going to press, contains the call of the State Committee for a cor. Ten lion i( the Republicans of Ohio, to assem ble in the city of Columbus on Tuesday, tlie 132& if July, to- nominate candidates for the fall campaign. The Committee re commends that County Committees should e&ll meetings at the several county seats, to select delegates, on Saturday. July 3d, at two o'clock, p. h. We will publish the call next week. Ii is a stirring appeal to arms. Is it Possible? Can it be that our nonei friend of iliO Beliair Era is backing down. We do not hardly credit it, but his Ust issue savors little "bolhsidUh." He commends the mo tives of Cox, La wkexce & Co., but con demns the act He loves tlie traitors but des ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 20 May 1858

Local Intelligence. PLAIN AND FANCY job pruttingi Vf would call the ittenUoa of ear frHiiula, tawaablic fenerally, to th, fact that we arar . - prepared ta execute an kind of ' TT.ATTf A1TD FAHCT JOB PEXNTIH'O, with dispatch, and upon reasonable terms. Am we ban lately made large additioaa to nock of JOB TYPE, BORDERS, RULES, Ac, facilities lot priatiag Fosters, Bill of Sale, Pro grammes, Cards, Lawyers' Briefs, etc., are unequal ltd. JOrRead G. W. JoBwsOit'e new advertisement. - aaaa-ns &The Ladies1 National Magazine for Jane on oar table. It is a number replete with intere st Ladies, sabscribe for your own mag-woe. Only $2 per year. Address Cbas. J. Pmsson, 306. Cbeannt street, Philadelphia. Cwmsidabls. The ladies of the Methodist and Presby lerian congregations are engaged in the praiseworthy wo rfc of fitting' tap those churches in handsome style. 93"Conrt of Common Pleas for this county com mences on next Tuesday. A great number of . . imporunt cases will be for trial, amon...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 20 May 1858

Agricultural. Culture of the Tomate. Tomatoes have become 60 extensively cultivated, and so nearly indispensable in very family, that a few words upon their cultivation may not be out of place, though little late for tuw season's use. In order to ret earlv fruit, and prolong its season ol njoyment as Jong as possible, plants should be started quite early. I ne noi-uea is most indispensable in g rawing early toma toes, tbuueh tbev can be erown in the win dows, k requires about a certain length of tint to get Iruit, whether the plants are ruwmider class or in the open air not t.r (mm four months IrolH the sowinz of the seed to .the ripeni g of the fruit, in favorable seasons. I usually sow a box or not with seed in February, and place it in a wiodov where it cau have the benefit of the sun most of the day. When my hot-bed is ready, I transplant to that, and when the weather (rets settled, from theuce to a co:d frame. By o doing my plants form au abundance of roots, and become stocky a...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 May 1858

mi THOBURN & NICHOLS, PROPRIETORS. "INTSXIJ6ENCE, TIE BULWARK OF OTOBHAMSM." TERMS $1,50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE T7T NEW SERIES, VOL 2, NO 22. ST. CLAIRSVILLE OHIO THURSD4Y. MAY 27, 1858 L WHOLE NO 1031 Poetry. The Patter of Little Feet. ' Up with die can at morning. Away to the garden be hie. To aee if the sleepy blossoms . Have began to open their eyes. Running a race with the wind. With a step as light and Meet, Under my window 1 bear The patter of little feet. ' Kow to the brook he wanders, ' In swift and noiseless flight. Splashing the sparkling ripples Like a fairy water-sprite.'1 Ho taad tinder tabled river; , ,. Has gleams liks bis geidaa hair, ,' No pearly sea-ebeil is fairer 1 - . J,-', . Thanh isleioetajklebar- - fiat flie tosieststem o) coral ' -. C That blushes on ocean's bed, Is sweet as the flush that flows "' Onr darling's airy tread. i: - From a broad window my neighbor Looks down on our little cot, t. And watches the "poor man's blessing" I cannot envy his lot Be has...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 May 1858

fifkmt 0tticlt. ST. CLATRSVILLE THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1858. Eternal lioMililr " every lorm oftyr aonr over tUe miad of Man." D. THOBURN, EOITOK Terms. If paid in advance $1,50 If paid within the year 2,00 TO THE PEOPLE OF OHIO. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION The delegates to the Republican Sia re Conwrj tion tor the nomination oi a Mute Ticket, and the transaction ol such other business as may be pre sented will asMmble in tlie City of Columbus. Ohio, in TrESMT, the YMk day July nrzt. at iO o'clock, A. dominations will then be made lor the following oflicer: One Suprmie Court JurW. Aticmtvieiieral..Mfctiibprol the Bnard of public Works, and Controller. Tlie basis of rep feseaiatioiri n said Convention will be tlie vote given for Gtiv. Chase at the last annual election. Kach county be eiiiitlcc to one delegate lor every five Imncljvd votes so given, and eacu frac tion above halt tliat number will alto be entitled to a d legate. The ra'.io of lepreeentaiion gives Lclmoni counl three delepaus...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 May 1858

Local Intelligence. PLAIN AND FANCY job ntnsTTnsrca-i Wa vmM call the atteatioa of Mr friends, tha aaaUc BWillr, to Um bet that we art frraaand t execat all kiade or niDI AHD FAHCT JOB FBINTIHQ, with dispatch, aad apoa reasonable term a. As wa hava lately Bade larja addition! to Mack Of ICB TT1"E, B0KDEH8, BTJLE8, sec, k.nui for Briatiaa Posters. BiUa of Sale. Pro- ffaaaatea. Cards, Lawyers' Briefs, etc., are unequal Volt huomwt. We have now been in con tjeetion with thia paper nearly one year and a hal' aad oar good readers will bear as testimony thai wa have never so much as urged oar subscribers pay. Ton have been let alone, and owing to the hard times many have neglected to pay as any thing whatever. Of the earnings of that time over $1500 is yat unpaid- We wenld not now urge thai autter, but for the reason that we positively i lUnnniir. and we ho dc as many as can, will embrace the first opportunity to pay their subscrip ties. It will make but little difference to you but h is ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 May 1858

rbe following remedies are oflered 10 the pabe as the best, most perfect, which medical science aan afford. AvkuV Cathabtic Pills have been pre pared with the utmost skill which the medical pro ftusion of this aire posstses. and their effects show they hre virtues which surpass any combination of medicines hitherto known. Other preparations do more or Iosk tucd; bat this cures such cUngeroca complaints, so quick and so surely, as to prove an efficacy and a power to uproot disease beyond any thing which meu have known before. By removing the obstructions of liie internal oreans and stuuu lating them into he:illhv action, they renovate the fountains of life and vi-jror Health courses anew through the bodv, and the sick man is well asrain. They are adapted to disease, and disease only, for when taken iv one. in health they produce but IA tle elfect. This is the perfection of medicine. It is antagonistic to disease, and no more. Tender children mav take them with impunity. If they are s...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 June 1858

E OLE. iru 4. tTHOBURN & NICHOLS, PROPRIETORS. INTELLIGENCE, TEE BULWARK ' OF REPUBLICANISM." TERMS $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VOL 2, NO 23. ST. CLAIRSVILLE OHIO THURSDAY' JUNE 3, 1858 L WHOLE NO 1032 Poetry. From the London Journal. Charity. When yon meet with one suspected Of umg secret deed of shame, And for this by all rejected As a thing of evil fame; Guard thine ever; look and action. Speak no word of heartless blame, For the slanderer's vile detraction - Yet may soil thy goodly name. When yon meet with one pursuing Ways the lost have entered in. Working oat his own undoing, : With his recklessness and sin; Think, if placed in his condition. Would a k had word be in vainf Or a look oi cold suspicion . . Wja thee back 10 truth again t .- . - - l ?.,-..- There are spots that bear no Sowers, V Hot because ths soil is bad. But the summer's genial showers Never make their bosoms glad; Batter have an act that's kindly, ' . Treate d sometimes wi th disdain, Than by judgi...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 June 1858

- - ' m. ST. CLAIRSVILLB THURSDAY. JUNET3, 1853. Eternal liostiSUr to everj- form ol tyr anny over tbe mind of .Man." rr-ll.THOBURN, Epitok Tsns. If paid in advance ITpaid wiiliin iheyear 2,00 TO THE PEOPLE OF OHIO. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. " . The e-ciLiralea U the Republican Sta le Convcn- 'lion for tbe nomination ol a State Ticket, a nd tlie iraus-action of such other tu.-in.sa an may be pre- aented. will asat-Bible in the City ot ColumUis. Ohio, on TutstiV, lite Mtk da) of July nut. kt iO o'clock. A M Nouii'iatiobs mill then be made - lOf ,ke klrowil:g Gfeicert: One supreme Court , JuJgf, Attoraey-Utiieral, Member ol the Board oi ' " J'ubTic Worki and Coutrolkr. The basis f ru V recantation in said Convention aill be the voie .T: givea kjc Gov. Chase at the last annual election. Xiucb county will be entitled to one delegate tor "' every live liuivir.il votes so tivru, and each Irac r1' tion above hall that number n iil al-o be entitled W a delegate. IThe ratio of lepresentat...

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

Local Intelligence. PLAIN AND FANCY job mnsTTirca-i st wo,id the atieatim of ni frwaos, aad tWisabUc raerallr. u tba fact Uat we are bow '. prepare) to txecstt all kiiat of PIAIH AUD TAHCT JOB PBIKTINO, : ' witk i itpatcb ,u apoa reasoBSfcle term. A we bare laWlf Bade' Urfe additions to . stack of JOB ITFE, BOEDEB8, RULES, Ac. oar l rnr nrintiar Foster. BiUi of Sale, Pro- fraues. Car da, Lawyers' Briefs, etc, are aaeqnal a. Jrf1 ' . la Town. We noticed W. Ccu Gabtoh, Esq., of Mt. Vernon, on the street yesterday. JSrWe are now enjoying the most delightful summer weather. We can fairly aee yegetauoa waaoting. ... . gjfi,, building Committee of the M.E. Church Belfaire advertise for bids lor the erection of a new Church building in that place. tTWe do not often try to aay faneg things, bat - . eceasion liiu the present demands rmboruUna - If yondonotbelieTethis, just read the account of faej things in M. KBEHieTaonTs Aawruae SBent, and then go and see him at once. fy-A poor depraved wr...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 June 1858

Spring Time Thoughts. When winter passed, :that nenfonever cold and dear) And sprinz with hs many gorgeons Beauty docs appear, fu then 1 love to wander amid the fresh green era. To pluck the scai'rin flowers, (just full blown) as I pas; Or in some shady woodland, in silence walk alorg To see tlie merry soiicstcr, and listen to his nnj, Or by some shady streamlet, then make my lonely war And list to its sweet murmur until the close of day; . Then, when evenings come I with enraptured soul Tbence, my vision cast above where euns. and planets roll. And while I gaze on these Uiings bo beautiful, and bright My tho'ts arc borne to visions of rapture, and de light; And then, I .humbly praise him who doth, in (leaver dwell And with hi power and wisdom batb made all things well Tea! there's -visdom, in all tilings that's mailt by hand divine. There's wisdom in his works on Earth, and in th' stars that shine. And stars that light th' pi'grim's path when wandering alone And night o'ertokes him...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 June 1858

fUl mi 'INTELLIGENCE, THE BULWARK OF REPUBLICANISM" TERMS $1.50 A YEAR IX ADVANCE THOBURN & NICHOLS, PROPRIETORS. ST. CLAIRSVILLE OHIO THURSDAY. JUNE 10, 1858 t WHOLE NO 1033 NEW SERIES, VOL 2, NO 24.1 Poetry. The Dead Mariner. BY GEORGE D. PRENTICE. Sleep on, sleep on. above thy corn The wind their Saboath keep; The warn are round thee, end thy breast - ' Heaves with the heaving deep; tPer the mild eve her beauty flings, Aad there the white call Ufa her wing. And the blue halcyon lore to lave tier plumage in the deep blue wave, gy Sleep on! no willow o'er thee bends - With melancholy air; Ko violet spring, nor dewy rose Its soul of lore lays bare; feat mere the sea flower, bright and young.' . Is sweetly o'er thy slumbers flung; ,. Aad Eke a weeping mourner fair. The pale flag hangs its tie uses there. Sleep on, sleep on! the glittering d epthe Of ocelli's coral waves Are thy bright am thy requiem . . The mnsicof the ware; - The purple gems forever burn Jn fadeless beauty round...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 June 1858

ST- CLAIRSVILLE THURSDAY, JUNE 10, le58. J-tensatl hostility to every lorra ol tr - over the awi-el of M." I). THOBURN. - Editor Tumi. If paid in advance $1,20 " If paid within theyear 2,00 TO THE PEOPLE OF OHIO. TO THE PEOPLE OF OHIO. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION . Tbs delegates to the Republican Stale Contra rim lor i be ouiuiiiatioD ot a sblc Ticket a nd the ttanuctiun ol such oilier busine an may be pre KDIt'l will assemble in tl.e City ol Columbus. Ohio. td 'J DEBUT, Hit I'itk day el Jul j nest, at iu 'dock. A -kouiinaiioos will ilwa be made Mr ibe fciUuwine cUicere: One cfupreni Courl Judge, AuorneJ-Oe-tial. Member ot the Board ot fuouc Woik.aiid Controller l'he haaie ot r.p rosenialion in said Convention will be the uie gives tur Gov. Chate at tin? last annual flection. Kach county will beeuiitler- to one delegate tur every fire liunrirtd votes to given, and each trae two above ball Uiatootuber witi ales- be entitled to a delegate. Tb f teprwenisiioa gives Belmont onnt) three ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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