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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 July 1858

Local Intelligence. CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. The Daltgetaa area Umm; Cam m . Monro . end Noble coantise, cosaorieing 'the 6ev?aioenth '. ICoaujvaeeioaal Bistriet, is attendance at the Pepob , lieaaSiataXeaveariien, a(raed -t call a Dretrict Congressional Cob rent ion at B A&KE8V1LLE, 1 ITnnau, Jtonst J8V 1858. at 3 o'cfeck. . at- ' Baatiaatt a caadidata to reexeaeat,lhie District ia the Kit voncreae ol we united Mates, la aaid eoavea u Belmont tommy will. he entitled to at) delegates. vwva.acw wwMtjr : Mf at 0VIMC1 tCWMf Mi . ana moaresi jy. . ;. , , ... Br order. K3R 60 CENTS. ' ambiotrpee, P botog raphe, and all the various eayaa r rtctaree. taken at ''DaaaaaaiT a: Ceossr's Aaeao- Marietta Streets.- - f i "' JTfTaraaaa wasting pictarea' wiNdo well to call aosa. aa wa 'tllresiaia ia towa kat a abort time. JIpo MASOKIC ad I. O. Q. F. CALEMPAB. -. 8t. Clairsville Chapter. So. 17, Royal Arch Me aoae, neeta every F riday ereainc aa or after the fall moon. JOHN H. BEATON , W. M. D....

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 July 1858

PLEASANT PARAGRAPHS. Punch says it requires an early start Bowadai for a man to get around bis wife. ' It is by little things that we know our selves; a soul would very probably mistake itself for another, when once disembodied, were it not fur individual tzperiences that differed from those of others only in details seemingly trifling. JUNE. LiBghirglr (bos contest. . Rosy June With thy light and ti piping frcL And ihv garland, tiesh and sweet. And ihy waierg all in tune With thjr gift of trad and bellou, For the uplands and the dells. With the wild bird and li e bee (n the blotnwni and lha tree. And my heart leaps forth to meet thee, Wtth a joy tu! thril I to trreet thue . " Rosy Juno. A lady wrote upon a window some verses intimating her design of never marrying. A gentleman wrote the following lines un derneath: , The lady whose rraolws these words betoken. Wrote Uieu on glass, to thow they may be broken. Youth in a glorious invention. While the girls chase the hours, and you ch...

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 July 1858

'THOBURN k NICHOLS, PROPRIETORS. 'INTELLIGENCE, THE EIOT.ⅇ QF REPUBLI'ilHSM." TERMS $U6 A YEAR IX ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VOL 2, NO. 30. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, TIJUKSDAY, JULY 22. 1858. WHOLE NO. 1039: : ' - ' . . -- - . Original Poetry. Lines—To Jennie. BY ORMAYANBAH. . t an thinking, Jennie, thinking Of the merry long ego, When life as an untroubled day; And it merrily did flow ' Aa doee the silvery streamlet, And Ite rippling wavels along: bt the merry dayi we have spent, When we eang life's song. We were young and thoughtless then. We As It not Ufa's fit fa I care; . We knew not that trials wsiting , . And life's bard en we must besr. We have sported through the woods, ' Ad plucked the vilets bloom. We kettle thooght that time psssed by lfi!v and sosoon. " ' Ah; Jennie, those were joyoosimes, . They even now seem to teem . With childhood's mem'ries rich and pure And hope's bright castled dream. ' When night, its ebon curtain draws, Y And stars begin to appear. Then I buicy th...

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 July 1858

ST- CLAIRSVILLI! THURSDAY. JULY 22, 1858. Eternal hpsfilitf to every form oftyr annr over the mind of Man." D. THOBUR.V. Editoe Tekms. If paid ia advance 1.50 " If paid u hhin the year 2,00 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOB JtDGE cr THE SCPHEWE COl'RT, WM. r. PECK, ol Sciita. F-jR COMPIROLtLE, TV'ai. B. THRALL, of I'rantlin. rot ATTI'RStY- GtNtRAl, C. I'. WOJ.COTT, cf Summit tc MEMBER OF S?AKD OF PTBLIC WotES, JOn.V L. SIAIiTIJf. ol Datlcr. FU& JUDGE OF THE CoXXOS n.EAS COCKT. IVATHAV EVAICS. of GaernseT. ! The Republican State Convention. This convention was a grand succss in every sense of the word. The State was lully represented from every srcliju, not only by the regular dt'Ugatcs, but by spec tator aad those who felt an interest iu the great cause that called os together. a, A re markbMe unanimity and harmoHy of feeling was manife st throughout the whole proceedings- The convention as princi pally composed of men ot known talcnt.and not only that but men a ho were animated bv a...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 22 July 1858

Local Intelligence. PLAIN AND FANCY job -PRrcTTrMai We would call the attention of our friends, and the public generally, to the fact that we are aow prepared to execute an kiadi of FLATS AST) FAHCY JOB PEtKTUfO, with dispatch, sad. apoa reaaonahle termt . As we baTC lately made large addition! to our stock of JOB TTPE. BOBDEBS, RULES, etc.. our facilities for printing Posters, Bill of Sale. Pro graJKnies, Card's, Lawyers Briefs, etc., are unequal "ed. CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. -F. The Delegate from Belmont. Gneruejr. Monroe and Nohle coantiee, comprisinc the Seventeenth Congressional District, in atterdance at the Fepub liena State Convention, agreed to call a Diatrict Congressional Convention at BAKNESVILLK, Wsostenav. Agvt 18. 1858. at S o'clock, s. m . to nommale a candidate to represent this District in tba next innereaa o! i limed Mates, la aaid con Ten tiva Belmont count v will he entitled to SO defecates. Guernsey county to SO, Noble coontr to 15. and Monroe to ID. Br order....

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 22 July 1858

Numerical Relations in Nature. Every one has observed that the Jear?s of some planlt stand in piits opposite each other, on opposite fides of the stem. lu other plants the leaves are scattered oyer the stem; but lu these cafes also, we una them arranged in liie most regular manner. Commencing with any pivea leaf, for in stance, we shall find the next leaf above this, one-third f the way srvunJ the stem; the next another third, and the next an other third, so as to stand exactly over the first. : The series is therefore arrar.ped in a spiral, wbirh may be designated by the frac tion, J. Taking another plant, we shall find the next 'eaf abnve any given one. two-filths of the ditaoe around ilu stem. The net will be four filths the next six fifths, end eo on each leaf moving two tiuhs.of the circumference, further around the stem. Here ie a fpira1, therefore, hicb may be expressed by the fraction to-fi:th--. In precisely the same way, we discover iu other plant, spirals which may be exp...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 29 July 1858

"IHTSIiGEHCE, .THE ULART GF. BEPUBirAiHSM." TERMS $U0 A YEAR. IX ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VOL 2r NO. 31. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO THURSDAY JULY 29. 1858. t.i .f- WHOLE NO: 1040. Poetry. My Home. By HENRY WILLIAM HERBERT. JL htenef e borne! yes, ye! though till and small. I have bona! where soft the shadows taU Fran the dim pine trae, and the river' sigh, like voices oi the dead ; wails ever nigh. Nor hearth ie there, nor hall, nor festive place, Nor welcome smiles of thatbe witching face. Nor the lew laughter, nor the sweet fond tone, "That made pain pleasant yet it is my own My heart own home, where'er my foot may tread ! O, far my narrow boose and lowly bed! Let ethers turn, when each has ceased to roam. To the calm pleasures of his childish home Let others turn, when day's hot toil is e'er, ,'To that pore kiss that greets them at the door; To that bright eye which kindles at the round Of their known footsteps sheading glory .rouoV "l haeaorchildisbhome, norearibly bold 'The kiss that bre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 29 July 1858

ST. OLAERSVILLS THURSDAY. JULY 29, 1858. - Elernal kogtilitr o every form oftrr run ir te-aia f Mm." - D. THOBURN. EDiTOB Terms. f paid in advance SlO " If paid within the year 2,00 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOR JXDC CF THE SUFBEME COL BT, WE V. PECK, ol Sciota. '' FOR COMPTROLLER, " Wjf." B. TUHALL, of Franklin. FOR 4TTOSHET GENERAL, C.' P. W0LCOTT,' of Summit FOR MEMBER OF BOA&O OF Fl'BLIC WOBKS, JOHN L. MARTIN, of Butler. FOR JUDGE OF THE COMMO.1 Tl.ZAS COIBT, . NATHAN EVANS, of Guernsey. ftCTTbe editor has been confined to his room with a scorching fever since last Tueadaj wee, consequently we have found it necessary to. constitute ourself '-genera! utility maa acting at the same time in the capacity of several officials editors coinpocitora, devils, and mailing clerks all rise before oa at once. Our duty- called us to "ike cae"a great part of this time, and if re hate not succeeded in making oar a per as interesting as usual, we have at least done what we. could to interest,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 29 July 1858

Local Intelligence. PLAIN AND FANCY Wt amid can ik auntie of our friends, i th. irablie tencraUy, to tbe faet that we are tow autaaaoat as axeeeM ail kinds of ' - - FLAIH ABO FANCY JOB PEDfTIKa, avath aUspsich, aaa opoa reaaomble term. Aawabava lately sae large additions to m tack a JOB TTTE, BOBDER8, KULCS, ore-, ear t-. '--- - - racilHi4r print i a; Posters, -Bills of Sale, Prs graamea, Carta, Lawyers' Briers, te., are aneqaat CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. . Tk Delafatas from Belmont. Guernsey. Monroe w4 Kohl counties, comprising- the Seventeenth CeaareMioaelitietrict. ia atteidance at tbe Tcpab- liesa Stat Convention, agreed to call a District ConcntaaMBai Convention st BARKEPVILLE, Hnnisir. Aonmt 18. I8S8. at 2 oYlork. r. m . aairna'e a candidate to represent this District in the scat Congress of ine Lotted Males. In said eonven bun Balm ami eaumy will he entitled to 2tt delegates. Owernerv roenly to SO, Noble county to l.. aud I la Jet. . . -, Of oruar. MASONIC and I. O. F. CALENDA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 29 July 1858

From the Ohio Journal of Education. A Plan for the Organization of Normal Institutes. Th desirabJen of in iustrament&I'iTf ry which a ciaes of teacher who need the moat itiiic can be reaehed, fan hardly fc 33est;tftd. To fopply this r.r cwe-ii v Teachers' Iostitotea" have frer-. tftr.e to t;a beea held in dTerert f art3 oi :hs State. But wh'.Ls tbeae have accomplished a great Bd govd work, for tbs teacbera ' and the schools, they have come far abort, bold in number and efficiency, of doing ail thai hou'd be done. Tlicy have, we hope, pre pared the ay fr a higher irstrumertBlity and a more perfect organization. The step already taken in ilie right direction, have Dot only been of great service lo the ncbo U but ther have revealed to ua the necessity of additional tp, which must be taken, or we (ball lose, in a great measure, the ad vantages we have gained. In-order, therefore, to carry forward this well-begun ork, we have thought of sub mitting a plan for the organization of a ne...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 August 1858

: 'Intelligence,'1 the -eulwaee of BEPUBLrAM." TH0BURN& -NICHOLS,5 PR0PRIET0BS.1 TERMS $1.50 A YEAR Iff ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VOL 2, NO. 32. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY. .AUGUST 5, 1858. WHOLE NO. iOll. Poetry. My Cigar, Love. BY NIEMAND. Letlovers have heart-rending sighs, it?- ADdraveof jetty lockaandeyes; ' They may be favored yet '"'.'' V. I have a fairer love, by far ' A bright eyed maiden, named "Cigar f, A beaatiful bruneUe! Ob! she"! a bonnie little sprite, i And often of a moonlisht night i" Do we together rove, breaming the happy hours away! , " . , , ' What eare we thea fcr grave or gay t and my bright eyed love! When heraoft Hps to mine are pressed, r Oh! where the man than I more blessed? -: What greater earthly blissf ; Scenting the air with her sweet breath, ,. , " (She sinks into the arms of death, -; Expiring in a kin! She ne'er is eold , nor frowns on xcz; ' r: SWi no coquette, nor vain is she r ' , ' . , As some fair damsels jrove; . . JTrue as the needle to...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 August 1858

ST. CLATRSVILLE THURSDAY. AUGUST fi, 1858. ? Eternal fcosfilitf to Yry form of ir anmr orrr the rain of Mw." TXTHOBURN, - - - Editor Teems. If p id in advance $1.50 - If paid within the year 2,00 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. fn JTJPGE OF THE UfSEE COURT, WX.i V. PECK, ol Sciotaw , FOR COMPTROLLER, r-WM.'B. THRAll, oi Fra-kliau ' !"' ' J FOR ATTOBlfET GEHERAL, C. P. WOI.COTT, of Summit FuR MEMBER Or BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, .JOHN L. MARTIN, of Bntler. FlV JTJ9GE OF TBR COMMOS FLEAS COURT, NATHAN EVANS, of Guernsey. Democratic State Ticket. Convention on the 29th inst. in the Colum bua Theatre, and among the other wonders brought forth is the ticket , which i as fol lows: : " ' . . ' , " FOR SUPREME JUDGE, THOMAS W. BARTLEY, of Richland county. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, DURBIN WARD, of Warren. For Comptroller, SAMUEL W. GILSON, of Mahoning. FOR MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, RICHARD H. HENDRICKSON, of Butler. We would just as soon beat this ticket as any other. Upd it we have no com ments to mak...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 August 1858

Local Intelligence. PLAIN AND FANCY JOB IPInSTTISTG I Wc woald cell tb attention of ear friend, ui the raMic RDerallr. la the fact that we are bow p repartsd u execute an Had of i PLAIH ASD FAHCT JOB FREHTUfa, with dispatck, aaa apom reaaoBableterm. r A we hare lately made large addition to tu 'elock of JOB TTTE, BORDERS, RULES, ice-, oar lacilitiea for ariBtiag Footer, Bill of Sale, Pro 's.rasaeaes. Card, Lawyers' Brief, ate, are aneqnal CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. The Delegate froai Belmont. Guernsey. Monroe and Noble coanti. comprising the Seventeenth Conrresatonal District, ia attendance at the Ft pub lican State Convention, agreed to call a District at Barnes ville" B. at o'clock, . to t;onfresnsai fjoaveniwn a Wannsnav. JHrt 18, 1W8, nwmreese a candidate to irpirstnt thi District in the next (.onerees of ts unite Bute, la eaia eonvea tki Belmont eante will be entitled to 30 deler atea. Guernsey roe air to So, Noble county to IS, and Monroe MM. By order. MASONIC and I. O. F. CALE...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 August 1858

Agricultural. Buckwheat. Any time op to the middle of July will do to sow thin tajuable griDr and almost ny descriplioB f soil, dry, nd not ab solutely barren, will yield a tolerable crop, provided it be moist enough to eprout the seed aid get it above the ground. A cbower r two, and the dews will bring it on after wanUv We hive even raised a good crop f bsckwheat when sowed in a diy time in July, and it did not come np until the mid dle of August. The ground need not be applied until early ready to sow, as the fresher the earth, the more readily will the seed germi nate. It should, however, be light and fine. Halt a bushel to three pecks of seed to the acre is sufficient, as the stalk branches out like a tree, and the grain is borne on every tendril. Cool September nights best fili and mature the grain. Early sown, and blooming in the hottest weather, the seed is apt to blast in forming, and hence a uVht crop; but if fully set in early Septem ber, before a frost, it rapidly fills, ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 August 1858

THOB'URN fc NICHOLS, PROPRIETORS. 'UrcmiGEHCE, THE EIOTAP, GF HEPUBLIMISir (TERMS $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE NEW SERIES, yOL 2, 0. 33. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THUitSDAY. AUGUST 12, 1853. WHOLE NO.. 1012 Poetry. A Prayer for one Beloved. ' OoietmortwtjbtUmedl Since not to mt TkercioiMk tagirwu?o "y bwt To boM him sale from sorrow and from tears; m Wilt tktm not give him joy mad paeee an resit V Ged,eerafortmybovd. Einae'tis not mine to cheer him on at morn 8r MnderwurdetttresdlnstoUseaieway; ' "Nor mis at noon to greet him with a "nil. ' -ffat mine to whisper tore t dose of day ' Cod. eeaafort my beloved. .' Like some ecathed tree in eoliury wood Torn by the winter blighting eoow. h. standi alone while beating raina deecend. And fiercest winde with might resistless blow - . Cot, com fort my beloved. r . . I woo Wt bat I eonM be'eome tender plant," '' Some evergreea or ebjeely-elinging Tina, That round and round thie solitary tree - With eioae embrace my lendriUs I might twine. And comfor...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 August 1858

ST. CLAIRSVILLE 'THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1858. Eternal hostility t every form, oftyr anay over the mind of Man." DYTHOBURN, - Editor Terms. If paid in advance $1,50 " If paid wiihin the year 2,00 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. .PUR JCSSE Ct THS. SlfRfiaJE COURT, . J n-i. ' v.-'-t Sciata. ..V, ."t CvMPlRnLLER.: r: -v t V3fc CTHBAil.. of Franklin. ' FOR ATTORSfY GENERAL, 'or P. WOl.COTT, or Summit FOB MEMBER OF BOARS OF PUBLIC WORKS, E. JOHN t.MAKTIN. of Butler. TOR JUDGE OF THE CO Mil OS PLEAS COURT, Jf ATIIAN EVANS, of Gnernsry. Congressional Convention. The Congressional Convention for this District 1o be held in Barnesville on the J8th ult-a .bids fair to be . large and enthu siastic.; .-We find many who are not del egates will be there, and a good time will tie sore.' We have just received word from J. (f- Douclas. Editor of ,TA Guernsey Times, that AVx, Dekkisoii, jr., Esq , will : ba in attendance to address the Meeting. This' will add much to the general interest. Mr'. Deiousoh is a sp...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 August 1858

Local Intelligence. PEOPLES' COUNTY TICKET. PATRICK LOCHAKY, f Richland. ,m I . TOB ACIHTOB, -i C.T FOORMAN. oCMead. ,C0, n trr n TttTTnFT. nf FltnlaJiur. , v, B fO DIBICTOl OF TEE UIHKJMn'i", . CEO. W. FOWLER of RicMaiad:. PLAIN AND FANCY ...? r t. i " i. -r . t fje emu call tbe artamien of oar friemia, th iiaMic RMiillr. a tb toet that w are mow pnparel to execate all fcierte a ' FLHf AHI FAHCT JOB PBIHTOfG, . with dispatch, and upon reasonable term. ' Aa w ban lately made 1arcc add it torn te oar stock of JOB TTPE, BOBDERS,ULl,&e., our facilities for priatiai Potter,. Billa of Sale, Pro- jranrmee, rate's, lawyers' Briers, ete., are nneqaat CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. i -TU Draa Iron Belmont. Gnfnwr, Monroe and Jiofcle counties, eeannrtsine: the 8errnteenth 11 Conawaaioaal District, in attecdastee at tbe Pepuh- liesn 8tale Convention, a?rerl to call a flietrict ! rnumwul Convention at BA BNE8VILLE, Vidssbt. A rust ye. ifS8. at 9 o'clork, r. at., to axsminate aanrnhdate to t"pwii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 August 1858

A Denial and a Defiance. Mr. Ch. A. L. Lamar, of Savannah,! Georgia, ' rho bid applied through Messrs. Lafitt 6t Co., to the Collector of tha purt of Charleston for c'earanee to the eoaat of Africa, "for the purpose of taking on board African emigran'e, is accordance with the United State osMeneer lawa, and re turning with the same to the United States," ad ws refused ander instructions from the Secretary of the Treasury, haa replied at s-itne length to Mr. CoDb, denying his au tUurity to refuse the application. Mr. La ti.ir reviews with some ingenuity the posi tint of the Secretsry snd the powers grant ex! to and eiercited by Cergrvas on the sub vert of the African slave trade. He claims b-t the law is clear beyond all question as to hi right to bring Africana to thia coun wy as proposed by him; and that, whether profitable or not, fur whatever he may do on that subject be is responsible ouly to the nourts of justice; and, furiher, that the isecretary, as an officer of this Governm...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 August 1858

m in UU THOBURN & -i NICHOLS, PROPRIETORS. ..... J NEW SERIES, VOL 2, NO. 34U 'HT'SILIGEHCE;. THE BULWARK OF REPUBITM18M." TERMS $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY. AUGUST 19, 1858. WHOLE NO. 1013 EM Poetry. Never say Fail. .' Keo pushing 'tis wiser Than sitting aside, . : Aaa dreaming nd sighing, "","' And waiting the tide; -: i Inlife-aeatneelbetlle '.' They only revail. ... .-. Who daily maich onward. And never aay fail. V-'I? With one iefre ever open, A tonfue that' not dumb, And be art 4ht will never inf T eorrow aaceamb -, tr1fon'lHaule and conquer, , - Tboogh thonaands assail; . llow auong and bow mighty -' Ahead then keep pushing, ' - ' And elbow your way, . . Unheeding the envious, . ' - AH asses that bray; .i s AU obstacles vanish, AH enemies quail, -. In the might of their wisdom,' Who never eay fail. - - 1 . i i . -1 . . " . In lifeV rosy morning, , ' ' ' In manhood's fair pride, ' ' ; Let this be your motto ' Your footstep to guide; ' In storm a...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 August 1858

ST. CLAIESVILLE THURSDAY. AUGUST 19. 1858. Eternal hontility to erery form oftyr annr over the mind of Jinn." 0. THOBURN, Editor Teesis. If paid in advance $1.50 If paid wiihin the year - 2,00 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOB JCDGE CF THE SCFREME COURT, WM. V.' PECK, ol Sciota. FOR COJIPTROLLER, -MM. B. TIIRALL, of Franklin. fo J.TTORSLY GESERAL, C. P. WOl.COTT, of Summit FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, JOHN L. 9IARTIX. of BnUer. FOR JUDGE OF THE COMMON FI.EAS COURT, NATHAN EVANS, of Guernsey. Democratic County Convention. The Democracy ,in answer to their leadeis, rail, met in the Court House on last Satur. day for the purpose of Dominating their co'inty ticket. The Court House was nearly lialf full of people, and some Democrats- Oar antiquated county Recorder called the Rouse to order, by nominating R. S Clark (Dou&lai Democrat) to the chair, and the jealous Editors ss Secretaries. Two Vice Presidents whether Douglas or Buch a.n ah, we know not were chosen. Their names we did...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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