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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 June 1858

Local Intelligence. PLAIN AND FANCY job pehtthtgi Wc would call tbe attention of our frieada, and ikt nablic renerally. ta the fact that we ara bow prepared la execata all kiadt of -. TLAIS AHD FABCT JOB PB1KT1NO, with dirpatch, n open reaaonable Brat. A. we bare lately Bade lance additions to ear lack of JOB TTPE, EOBDEB8, RULES, dec., oar facilities for printing rosters, BilU of Sale. Pro uan, Cards, Lawyers' Briefs, etc-, ara aaeqnal- aOrTacKas S. Woods, Esq., baa purchased the Okim Patriot, at New Lisbon. SarOor County Court will adjourn on Saturday, after aa arduous aessiurr. WTbere will be do service in :be Presbyterian Cborch 1 this place lor two weeks. Tbe paster is on a visit to some friends in Canada. fc-Epicures are just now regaling in the tonal delicious ice cream and etrawberriea at Jul Aaar Binrxt'a. "Lo ! tee Pooa UiDiaa P Let everybody "and the rest of mankind" bear in mind that on next Monday Black Hawk, White Eagle, and Pretty Lake, (a pretty name.) besides a numb...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 June 1858

SHEPPARD & MORGAN, Wholesale end Retail alalia facturers of SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, TRUNKS, &c., Ha. 13ii Main street, cor. of Uaion, - WHEELING, VA. TTTCoaauatly on basd and for sale, an eltea ie assortment of all articles in their line,eoneist Saddles. Bridles. Harness. Tranka. Valicea, Satchels, Carpet-Bags, Collare, Ilames, Whips. dec. dl of which are of the best anateriaie ana worsv asaasaip.aad w-HI he sold cheap for cash. aaayStt G. W. JOHNSON. Ko '179, Old Market Square, Wheeling, Va. JLaSUFACTtREK OF, AND DEALER IB 3Sn, Copper & Sheet Iron Ware COOKING STOVES of all the mostap proved patterns for borainr wood or coal, and warranted to cm entire aatisfactioa. TIN WARE in all it varieties, wholesale and re tail copper kettlea of all aires and all kinds copper work done at the ahorteat notice -lead pi pea of all aiu. and onalitiea. hydrants, pumps, etc , house snouts, antlers, etc on hand constantly or made to order on anon notice. Thankful for rast favors, he r...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 June 1858

iru "2HTEIUGENCS, TEE BULTOilS' OF BEPUBLIAMl" THOBURN fc NICHOLS, PROPRIETORS. TERMS $1.50 A . YEAR IN ADVANCE ST. CLAIRSVILLE OHIO IURSD A Y. JUNE 17, 1858 NEW SERIES, VOL 2, NO 25. HVHOLE NO 1054 Poetry. Homeward-Bound. Are you deeping are you dreaming; are you dreaming, lore, of me! . Or are you waking, think of your Bailor oa the Of tbe day we roamed by Athol woods your hand fast locked in mine Of our dar of happy, happy tryst on old Saint Talintinef O Marfcrn. O Marion, the gale is piping loud. And the billows leap to mountains, and the foam lies like a shroud; ' Far, far from land, alone I stand, to watch till it be day, r Jiid the rolling of the thunder, and the dashing of - the spray. . 5 -fclepV!sep, my Marion-sleep and dream, my fbepim the ttpaan silent land, and thou, love, art alone: Sleep, till the swelling branches bend into an arch Sleep, Oil the quiet leaves steal out to call the young birds home. It is night, and fctorm, and darkness, Marion; ashing from the sky. D...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 June 1858

ST. CLAIRSVILIiE TllURSiMY, JUNE 17, 1858. Eternal hostility to every lorni o!lr anar over the mind of Man." V. THOBURN, Editor TERMS. If paid in advance 41,0 If paid within the year 2,00 TO THE PEOPLE OF OHIO. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION The delegaus to iHe Republican Stale Convftt tiun lor tba ouuinaiion ol a st ite Ticket, and the transaction, ol aucfa other business an may lie pre sented, will ssetnible in the City of Columbus, thlu. on Teem ay, tlie Yilk day ol July ueit. at JO o'clock. A- M ftominaiions will then be made lor tbe following .fiicerf: 'ne Supreme Court Jndgit. A tior:ny-t-" i.eial. tiembtT ol the l&iard ol fnl'Uc Woika. and Couttolirr The basis ol rep resentation in eaid Convention will be the vote given tor Gov. Che al the last annual election. Lach county u-ii beuiiilcc to one delegate tor every five hundred vole so t:iven, and each trac tion above bail Uial number will al.-o be entitled to a delegate. Tbe raiio of representation gives Belmont ccuni) three ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 June 1858

Local Intelligence. PLAIN AND FANCY : job pruttuxqi Wc woaM call the attentjoa of oar irieads, aaa toe paMic jeaerallr , to the fact that wi art ao prepared to cxecata all kinds of PLAUf ABD FANCY JOB PEIHTIHO, with dispatch, aad upon reasonable terms. Aa we have lately Bade large additions to our atock or JOB TYPE, BORDERS, RULES, die. oar facilities for prialiaf Posters, Bills of Sale, Pro f rassasea, Cards, Lawyers' Briefs, etc., are aaequal ed. COUNTY CONVENTION. The Kepablicans of Belmont coaatjr, and all wbo re opposed to the cor rapt ana ramoas policy 01 the f ieeut Administratis, are requested to sueel la ct-aiitjr aiass convention, at ST. OT, A TRSVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 3d, 188, at 1 o'clock. F. M , for the narnose of aelectuic Deleaatea to the Coa veattoa of Freesnea which assembles ia the city of Colasbkns on tb 13th pronaio. By order of the Repablicaa Central Com MEDICAL. THE NEXT REGULAR MEETING of the "Belmont Medical Society," will be held at STtXUkfl V on 1 hcrsdat. 1...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 June 1858

Agricultural. For the Chronicle. Mr. Editor: Like the farther when be plows and bows, have I commenced this article, trusting in providence for tbe com pletion of tbe job. You may think it a very easy task to write an agricultural article, but wben a fellow is minus a subject end minus the brains to produce one, his case is-muck to be 'pitied. And now if you kaTt forbarancc enough, I will try and mike thia.l'ke tbe old man's dinBer; so that it will be good enough what there is of it, & plenty such ai it is. You know it rains pretty near all the time this season, making i,e times far weeds, thistles, and inulens, in fact J do not believe tbey eer looked so luxuront before. And tbe corn what little of it that is up looks very yellow and sick ly, as if it was half cronncd, and ihrn there is a great deal of ground not plowed yet, that was intended for corn this season and all because it was so wet, now why don't tbe people in general, I mean the farmers in particular drain their wet...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 June 1858

THOBURN & NICHOLS, PROPRIETORS. "INTELLIGENCE, THE BULWARK OF REPUBLICANISM." TERMS $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE OLE. n NEW SERIES, VOL 2, NO 26. ST. CLAIRSVILLE OHIO .THURSDAY JUNE 24, 1858 L WHOLE NO 1035 Original Poetry. Sun Rising at Sea. The morn inf. star in cloudless sky Proclaimed the monarch of the day; was nigh; Upon the pacific bosom wa trazed upon the tranquil, silvery sea. Wnich, like a splendid mirror there Reflect the glories of the Heavens afar; 'The splendours of the Orient saw, pn it our wondering gazes draw. This is the dawning of the da y. The san through worlds, go on his way XXn all the beanleou East is seen Crepuscular glimmerings of the a tarry screen; And as they swept a loftier arch Toward the empyrean in tneir Inarch; Assume the Brightness of the liquid brass, The glories of all earthly things sorpaas. ., tar in the Eastei a stai i skjee, Twopyramidial forms arise, As if the clouds of the Atlantic form Two golden pillars for the gates of morn, The inside Of...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 June 1858

ST. CLATRSVILLE THURSDAY, JUNE 24. 1S58. Eternal facMiility to every form oftyf annr over tbe mind of Man." I). THOBURN. EllITuB . Teems. If paid in advance $1,50 M , IT paid within tlieyear 2,00 TO THE PEOPLE OF OHIO. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION The delegates to the Keijublicun State Conven tion tor the nomination ut a State Ticket, and the transaction or such other buMiu ss as may be pre sented, will aseewhle in the City ot Columbus. tJuio. est Ti'Esfay, Hit VJlh day of July a. it, at iO o'clock, A. at Nonii nations will then be made lor the following otiicers: One Supreme Court Judge, Attomcy-tM'i.iia!. Membi r ol the Board ul l'ublic Works, and Controller The haaia ot reu reMUiarion in aul Convention ui!l be the vole given for Uov. Chase at the last annual election. Each county wiii be euiitieo to one delegate tor every five hundred votes so tiven, and each trac tion above hall Ujai number will iJ: be entitled to a delegate. (The ratio of icpresentaiion gives Eclmout county thre...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 June 1858

Local Intelligence. J"AJY PLAIN AND JOB JPUnSTTTJSTG 1 Wt weald call the attention ot our friend, and the public generally, to the fact that we are now prepared to execute all kinda of PLAIN AND FARCY JOB FRUITING, with dispatch, and upon reasonable term. ai we pave laieiy naoe larte addition to our stack er job type, borders, RULES, Ac, oar facilitiea far printing Fosters, Bill of Sale. Pro gramme, Card, Lawyer' Brief, etc, are unequal a. COUNTY CONVENTION. The Bepablicen of Belmont county, and all who rsapaoMd to tbe corraptand rainou policy of the prereut Administration, are requested to meet ant cfeaniy mass coavention, t ST. CLAIRSVILLE, ATUKDAT, JTJLT 3d, 1858, at 1 o'clock. P. M fat the purpose of selecting Delegates to the Con ntxwn waibnawcuvwi u uiB ur 01 ColatDbua on tb 13th proximo. By order of the Republican Central Com. 1 SCHOOL EXAMINATION. j ne pusuc examination or the Union School will aamw m w bun tPli.l If NCAT, JUKE 30 a w m kf., a- a, a contiaue three days, tbe ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 June 1858

(From the Western Christian Advocate.) Tobacco—What it Costs. The niiggestiori of "Alpha," in the Ve tero for April 7tb, are worthy of serious consideration by every consumer of the fil thy weed Few men are aware of the enor mous sum they will have spent in a . life time for chewing and smoking. Many a poor man would be startled at the idea of "chewing up aud spitting out a quarter-sec tion ol land;" but that is not the ball o! what tobacco coslr him! If Alpha spent on ly year for the weed, he was a very Uae ceu5jmer. and regular old tobacco bruisers would hurdly consider him worthy of a lime or place among the chewing and miffing fralernitr. A citizen of our place has recently made an estimate of the cost of tobacco, and pub liehed the results of his investigation in the Delphi Weekly Journal; and here are some of bis facts and figures: "If you pay five cente per day for the fil th'v (rash men chew and smoke you will spend $18:25 in one year. lb. 10 years you will spend In 20 In 30...

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 July 1858

rui uu THOBURN & NICHOLS, PROPRIETOBS. 'INTELLIGENCE, THE BULWARE OF BEPUBHANISM" TERMS $1.50 A YEAR IX ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VOLr2, NO . 27. ST. CLAIRSVILLE OHIO THURSDAY JULY 1, 1858 L WHOLE NO 1036 Original Poetry. Meet me by Moonlight. Meet me by Moonlight. BY EAULIE. Do yoa lave the moonlight Ida , v "-. That scisee apaa the sea, -. On a lovely rammer even ing, v " Or in the wlldwood free? Its silvery ahadowa flinging 'On every tiny spray 'That I scarcely miss the dey light '' Atside by side we array. Where the uioments paaa so pleasant, ' And worda pound ao sweet, Aa we ait beneath the moonbeam With floweia at oar feet; While the night's sort breeves fan us, - How awiftly the momenta fly And when we think of parting Let moonbeams be ever nigh. ' vWi will talk of momenta vanished, away; We will the future burden With treasurea rich to-day. - And if they all abould parish - The stroke we mutt snide It would be light, dear Ida, If yoa were by my aide. ' Then through this world,...

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 July 1858

ST. CLATRSVILLE TUURSUAY, JULY 1, 18a8. Eterol hoslilitr to every form oftrr niir over the mind of Man." IV THOBURN. Edituk Tkkms. If paid in advance $1.50 " If paid within the year 2,00 TO THE PEOPLE OF OHIO. TO THE PEOPLE OF OHIO. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION Tha delegates to the Republican Slate Conven tion tor the nomination oi a btnie Ticket, a nd toe tranaactioo ol auch other buaincf an may be pre sented, will aaeenible iu tlie City ot Columbus. Ohio, in TcianaY, the Yitk dag ot July next, at 10 o'clock. Xiomtnationa will into be made lor tiw tollowine officers: One supreme Court Judee. Attoraey-Oeucal. Member oi the Board oi . Public Works, and Controller- The basis ol rep reacotation in aaid Convention will be the vote ' given for Gov. Chase at the last annual election. Each eolDty will be entitle)1 to one delrirate lor every five hundred votea ao yiveu, and each trac tion above ball that number will al?o be' entitled as-a delegate. " IThe ratio of representation giva Belmont...

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

Local Intelligence. PLAIN -AND FANCY JOB FBJJSI rJTI3SrC5 1 " J "vd, vseahl rail the atteattaa of Mr frieada, and ; the public "gerieral'y, te tb fact thai wa axe aow ', prepared to uecaM all kiada of PLAIS AID FAJfCT JOB FEUJTIHG, Vila dispatch, and upoa reaaoaable term. Aa save lately wade larce addition! to our ateck of JOB TTf E, BCBDEK8, RULES, etc.. facilities fat Brisling Foawrt, BiUa of Sale. Pro- (rammea. Cares, Lawyer.' Briefs, etc., are unequal a. 7 - . . COUNTY CONVENTION. The eraimuaaa ol Belesont coui.it, ud all who are apposed to too corrupt and raieoa policy ol tke resent Administrative, are raauesled to neat ia a.ae coavention. at ' ST. OT.ATRSVILLE, ATUEDAY, JULY 3d, 1858, at 1 o'clock. P. M, far the star no of selecting Delegate to the Con- veetiea of Freemen waila aeaemble ia the city of Colcmbue or the 13ib proximo. .r , ; By Older of Uw Republican Central Corn . PUBLIC MEETING. There will be a meeting held at the Sycamore Wills, tke read leading from 8i . Clair...

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 July 1858

The Printer. The Printer is the Adjutant of Thought, and this esplaint the myatery of the won derful word that can kindle a hope as no song can that can warm t heart as no hope can that word "we," with a band-in-hand warouh in it, frr the Author and the Primer ere engineers together. Engineers indeed! When the little Corsica's bom barded Cadiz at the distance of five miles, it was deemed the very triumph of engin eering. But wbst is paltry range to this, whereby they bombarded ages to be. There at the "case" he stands and mar shals into line the forces armed for Truth, elutbetfin immortality and English. And what can be nobler than that equipment of thought in sterling Saxon Saxon with the ring of a spear or shield therein, and that commissioning it when we are dead, to move grandly on to "the latest syllable f recorded time." This is to win a vic tory fiom death, for this baa no dying in it. The Printer is called a laborer, and the office he performs is toil. Oh, it is not work, bu...

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 July 1858

1 - . ITTJ "INTELLIGENCS, THE EULWAPX ,OF Wm!hm? THOBURN &' NICHOLS, PROPBIETOBS. TERMS $1.50 A YEAR IN ADYANCE .NEW SERIES, VOL -2, NO 28. ST. CLAIRSVILLE OHIO THUKSDAY. JULY 8, 1858 I WHOLE NO 1037 ;.l3izia AUDITOR'S EXHIBIT —OF THE— EXPENDITURES OF BELMONT COUNTY. For JA j far commencing June 1 liA, 1857, . nd edig June lUft, 1858. AMOUNT OF RECEIPTS. THOMAS JOHNSON, Treasurer, Dr. e el Jena, Hit, KS7, 14.919 69 : ami delinquent taxea collected alter settlement. 27 41 cait hiiesand coat collected bjr snagistralee, 93 48 ! paid by J F Cbarlesworth, feea verdrawa tor aenricea aa Co. Auditor. 3S1 12 " ami Pedlare' License collected 48 CO . - Tavern - 4 HO " paid by jur chasers of Sec- tioa 16. 1.ST9 47 t of imnroDer delinanenciea . auduisaiae, 3 84 S.B67 ?S Total amount. . S17.1S? CI AMOUNT OF EXPENDITURES. THOMAS JOHNSON, Treasurer, Dr. tj to mm, " ' Co.TKaaarer . 1J,S689 ?. ami -at orders redeemed e ,"3o 81 ; m . - w Bu,u Draft -psfd - 70S - - - feca allowed . , . 11 SI Total ...

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 July 1858

ST- clajrsvzlle THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1858. Eteraetl fcostility to every form oflyr aaar over the mind of Mti." O. THOBURN, Editob Terms. If paid in advance $1,50 If paid within the year 2,00 TO THE PEOPLE OF OHIO. TO THE PEOPLE OF OHIO. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION The delegate to the Republican Slate Conven tion tor the nomination ul a State Ticket, a nd the transaction ol such other business as may be pre- earned, will assemble in the City of Columbus. Ohio.) Tt'EBPAT, the 13(4 day of July next, at 10 u 'clock, a. h. Nominations will then be made Kir the following officers: One Supreme Court Judge, Attorney-General. Member ot the Board ol iubuc Works, and Controlled The basis ol rep resentation i n said Convention will be the vote gives for liov. Chnse at the last annual election. Kaah county will be entitled to one delegate for every five hundred' voles so given, and each frac tion above half that number will also be entitled to a delegate. The ratio of representation gives Belmont c...

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 July 1858

Local Intelligence. a iv-rrv HJrT Jjy U X Jx vy X PLAIN JOB PKENTING! WawoaU can tbe atteatieaaf nrbicmda, and the aaMic generally, to tbe fact that we are now praaarad w ezecate an Use of ' VLAXS iXD FAHCT JOB PBOmNS, with dispatch, aad apoa reasonable tenia. Aa ant bam lately asade targe additions ti Block ef JOB TYPE, BORDERS, RULES, ace, oar facilities for printinf Poatera, Bill of 8a le. Pro- grammes. Cards, Lawyers Briefs, etc, arc snequal ed. 3PICTTJKES pOH 60 CENTS. Ambrotypes, Pbotograpbe, aad all the v axiom style of rictures. takes at Doosbbbty at Caasav's Aasao- Marietta fttrMLa. f I JO'PersoB wasting pictures' will do well to call aooa. as wa will itatii ia town bat a abort time. Jyl pd afS VSMi PEOPLE'S MEETINGS. COLERAIN TOWNSHIP. Katies is berebv eivea that there will he a Peo- P,ei.X.w ".,'"? ,' at FARM INCTON, oa SATURDAY, Jaly loth, 18S8. at (o'clock, r. at. PEASE TOWNSHIP. Wfftlce ia hereby eivea that there will he a Pe tie's Township Meeting at MARTINSVILLE, oa ...

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 July 1858

Almost Home. ?ry one must have observed lately the remsrkabre fcomber of sudden deaths. A Christian merchant lean upon hi wife', arm to walk aero hi own bed chamber, sod fall motioel at her leet. A beloved pantor, freah from the blessed eceuea of a peutecost in bis Church, ia stricken ith a paralyaia exclaim?, "this is death." liea down'on his pillow, and soon sinks gently into fie sleep Oiat -knovra no waking." A venerable profeesor is su&tched Iroia his theological cUes before he can apeak to them rib fatherly farewell. Even cow wbiitf writing this paragraph, I hear that an ol friend and Church iteiubcr lell led a few hours since among the flower beds ot his own garden. From a l Uiee"ne-nio(.'e grates solemn voice whispers, "Be ye alo ready, for now is your salvation nearer than when ye believed " He who writes, ad tboe who read this article, may be al most home. On board ahip every one is watching and waiting for laud. Day alter day, vetk after week, there haa been noti.ii g ...

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 July 1858

. . i .geMfajpeWWaJaae i I 'iHTELLffiEHCE, THE BULWARK OF BEPUBIIAHISM." TflOBURN;& NICHOLS, PBOPBIETOB& Terms $1.50 a year in advance NEW SERIES, VOL 2, NO 29. ST. CLAIRSVILLE OHIO THURSDAY. JULY 15, 1858 L WHOLE NO 1038 Poetry. [From the Atlantic Monthly for July.] The Two Armies. BY DR. HOLMES. As Life's BDending eohmn ponrs. Two saaiahaUed hosts era seen, Two amies on tha ttaaapted shores That Death Hows back between. Oae marches te the aVm-beat'troU, ' Fbe wiJe-saootbed clarion bray. And bean npoa a enmeoo scroll, ' "Our glory is toslay. . tne awvee in lilence by the stream, With sad. yet watchful eyes, " tttn as tiis patient plaaetV fleam - Tbetwelka.lbe clouded skua. ,. yMoBfhafcontaoaabeiaahiae, .- KssW-iea pennons ware;-;" rlW bannet aeon tba single lias, "Our duty k to save." For those bo death-bed Entering shade; '' ; At Honor's tnunset call. With knitted brow and lifted blads la Glory's arma they fait ' " For these no dashing hilcaions bright, Ko stSmngbattle-cry...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 July 1858

idiront (imicle: ST. CLAIRSVILLE THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1858. Eternal hostility to every I'erm oftyr anay orer the Blind of Man. D. THOfiURN, Editor Tuis. If paid in advance 31,50 - If paid within the year 2,00 PEOPLE'S MASS CONVECTION. THE CALL —OF THE — GREAT CENTRAL COMMITTEE t Tbe nndenigned, dtizeua county , believing that l be Leading . .MoaMiroM, I it-net a I Policy, and Corrupt tVacuce of the Administra tion of (be rederal ioverm.teiit, ana ine parte by which it is sustained, are hostile io the iruu in terests of the country, invite ail those cituens of Belmont omuty .xhoaree m-iib us to meet at iSBLM1 NT, Tro-usy, rtc id day Aw?v,t, lUbH, fur the purpose of patting ui Doniiuution candidate for ike county ollices required to be tilled this tali. J. U. Oowrill. John Welsh. ' A.CKamare, - . Stephen tX Gregr. ' A. Herrick, . Jos Dew. John .Grtfg, ' . W.liedse, , - ' J no. Vail. ' , ' , J. B. '.union,' "' -. Th: W.Fawcett,. .... Win. McCartiey, C Davenport, . Jn. M. Gardner, J. Cole...

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