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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 August 1858

Local Intelligence. PEOPLES' COUNTY TICKET. for mztirt, PATRICK LOCHARf, of Richland. tot AUnROI, C. L. POORMAN, of Mead. fob cojfjfisRIojrrk, GEO. C. BETHEL, of Flushing. tOt VtSECTOB OF TBS IKTIMflST,, GEO. W. KOWLER, of Richland. PLAIN AND FANCY WawaaM rail the attenttoaof our friends, ana ike paMie generally. M the fact that m aia aow prepared ta execute all kinds or FLAUr AHD F AHfcY JOB FElHTiftO, . with dkpstch. and upon reasonable ternta. Aa wa bare lately Bade larce audition, ta or -ejtock af JOB TTPE. B0BDEB8.ttJtEi.e..ir facilities for priatiag rotten, Billa of Sale, Fro grammea Cards, Lawyers' Brief, etc., are unequal- MASONIC and I. O. F. CALENDAR. t Clairavilla Chanter. No 17, Royal j evening Arch Maaoae. aieeta every Friday JAMES WEIR, M. E. H. P. D. O. HauWAoca, Secretary Ma-- Behnoat Lodge. Wo. 16, Free ani Accepted sons, aieeta every Wednesday evening oa or prece- ' JOHN H. HEATON, W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. r ' Myslle Ledte. No. Me. I. O. O. F , VMUmrf Moa...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 August 1858

The Evil of a Bad Temper. A bad temper is a curse to the possessor, and iu influence i most deadly wherever il ia found. It i allied to martyrdom to be obliged to live ith one of a complaining temper. To hear one eternal round of com plaint and murmuring, to have every plea- ant thoagnt scared away by their evil spirit, ia a tore trial. It is like the sting ot a corpitro a perpetual tietlle, destroying yotrr peace, rendering life a burden. Its iifluence is deadly; nd the purest and sweetest atmosphere W contained into a deadly miasma wherever this evil genius prevails. It ha? been said truly, that while we ougnt not to let the bad temper of olli ers influence as, it wou'.d be as unreasonable to soread a blister unon the skin, and not expect it to ?raw, as to think of a family not Buffering bccr.use of the bad temper ol any of its inmates. One string eut of tune will destroy . the mu'c of an instrument otherwise oerfett: so if all the members of a c hurch neighborhood, and family, do...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 August 1858

' - l rr r 5 iOcf r f I' a- J VV ' ' 1 1 'F I Vl? i v 41 '-f! 1, ff"avA I'll Y 1 I n ff- sr- .- I r v J tt iLi'v am tJjs ,1j til a- - !-a f i 4i' 1 1 u LJ JI U vi? i irt fHOBUEN'tlWCHOI PEOPBIEtOES' '.-. r.Z - 1 - ' a m m mmk mrm . .m i r a. - t - - ., , . - , - . - ttx .tiiu ias.ir.:. 1 r : r " - - . . - TERMS $L25'A YEAR IN ADTANClJ NEWrSERlES,sVO; 2JKQ25.U: WHOLE NO. 1014; -f Poetry. Poetry. From the New York Courier. Poetry. From the New York Courier. Hymn of the Atlantic Cable. "TSe stiU, m throogk th oeaco deptbs,V ' Tkou bindart Ud to kadi Tortboa hast wrought a auimela,' Next to the Boa of God, i..,':.; , . - U- . i - H bold the Efhtnincin iba olood, , .Ad1 thoa within tfa wave, ' !uUdii mmi wvm.hxk yield to Bim. -r . Tbt to Sty hind filpoWir'ttHoeC' W v Avar mB ibea ahed. . Tm Cootinenta u wad Poetry. From the New York Courier. Hymn of the Atlantic Cable. Life. Or as tbe fliciK f ale ara; vrauaareoaaiAl'aaanuncaaars . , T ik. wind Thar'rfcabo the lood.' ' Q.iihhlf)nKaa watO...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 August 1858

gtfconi mih: ST. OT i A.TRVXT .T.T1 TIIURSDATMX7GU8T Si, 16. Enrul ktsjUht r to every fenm erf t ye- naay over tbe onia f Maa. D. THOBURN. - Euro TlUI.--If paid in advance $1.50 If paid within the year , 8,00 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. t0 iXTDOX CT TBI BOTEEM CdtJIT, UirwM.;r.'rEcx, i scu. eoiiwifittEii,'';'- " w vTlIt".' ft THRAt.t, of Franklin. --. rxa rot aTT'rr gerersl, C. P. WOI.COTT, flamait ..... .. --.. -T . ... - - VHbR VtHBFjr OF -BOXSI) or TCStfC WOfcXf, 0 OH!i . M A KTI 5f . o i Butler, -.1 fl.--' J i -.i TiYgilf AS '$, THEAKEH, of Bridgeport. jrel-,J8fl w -rut Co3cno . ntii court :LCArTMA!t ftTA!8. of C.efsaey.s The Ticket is Full! wVe r"g!al tu how to our readers a tckfTka Wallace at the head cf car; -fern-Jt jp:o'oar &,,. Judicial , and CBfaMianaIiauitvDd County.; Th rri at ttm'f of the -people j : bow ' prepared fnr ,t? Tiie'aFr iTigcrnVriti ire ill' made, eufjvficera , . v tbe itli;jg"f ailaloof lha lino.. 'Our itadara RVeId Ind fprVa. oar aoldiar era dWraiae jthe...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 August 1858

Local Intelligence. PEOPLES' COUNTY TICKET. ioitiwifr,-' : ' t : ctitiatidcHAiiY a : ' ;r ?. 1i TOORMAMrrf .' - tbo: c bethel, r riwUaf v" ; -' mcnt of mi ! ',0- W. FOWLER, of Richland PIAIN. AND FANCY J03Q IBINTIITGH Barroom eIBe aSteBBSBB f enjr-fclSB.a, M'iC rMMfr, SB tB capered weca en kJkuleef i ' TIJM UD AWJT JOB nUKTONk S weturee lately f"!"" kUrt'ot Jr TTrK, BORDERS. rrjshe, ear terflitiea lor prhstluf les, PUh'CiMi, LwyW Brtew.ete, are eaeqBal I SViw ,-- -. v . PEOPLES' COUNTY TICKET. MASONIC and I. O. O. F. CALENDAR. ft. Cteinviila Chapter. Ho. VI, Royal Arek Mosses meets every Friday JAMES WEIR, M. R. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. Betmeol I,ege.-e tR, Free tm Acoepted ate iw. meow nny rVedawioay evening ea er preee- D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. JOHN M. BRATON, W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. JOHN M. BRATON, W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. HtMM Leye. We. le. t. O. O. r, every Maaaay even. - , 1 7. - W. B. BIENNON. AanDi i GOSHEN TOWNSHIP. The cMisrae of Ansae lewashlp...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 August 1858

Agricutural. (For The Belmont Chronicle.) A Word about Sowing Wheat. A our firmer! re bout to begin Beei. ing,! have a hint to drop upon the aubject Belmont county abon Id be the beat wheat- growing county in the State.' Her ' aoil b a well adapted to the production of this g ain as any other in the country. Yet by the censua of 1850 it aooeora that she falls far behind many o'.her lesa fertile sections Lancaster county, Pa. stands first, Geneaee county, Ne w York, second, and Stark co.. Ohio laird. Belmont county falls 500,000 b jaleU below the Urt. ' Various causes mar combine to bring about this result , but I think it is owing very largely to bad cul tivation. Having resided among the far- mcrs of Genesee and Stark counties, well as those of Belmont, I can speak some what confidently on the subject, " In one particular the Belmunt farmers are especial- ly deficient: that is, the ;areless manner in which the ground is prepared tor the - seed In Belmont county where- lUa seed ii s...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 2 September 1858

E - ' - - r - t. ; a : i-J l -A i ; :j . . - . v nl "INTELLIGENCE, THElCTAHE' OFmr'AMS!!.'' THOBURN & NICHOLS, PROPRIETORS. TERMS $UO A tEAR IN ADVANCE ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER 85S. NEW SERIES, VOL 2, NO. 36. WHOLE NO, 1045 Poetry. Appeal to a Bachelor. '? ;jl Dear Charles, be persuaded to wed, . ' For a sensible fellow like you, ' x' " Id bright time to think of a bed, And muffins and coffee for two; So have done with jronr doubta and delaying, With a aool so adapted to mingle, No wonder the neighbors are saying ,. Tig singular you should be single! Don't aay yon haven't got time ' That li ini en demands yoor attention, - "Ybeteiasjot die least reason or rhyme ' In the wisest excuse yon can mention, boat tell me about "other fish" , . - --i-y,, j, done when yon boy W : - -And yoa never will relish the dish. Unices you've a woman to hj Vim- w Yoa may dream of political fame But your wishes may chance to miscarry The beat way Ot sending one's same "To posterity,...

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

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1858. Eternal hostilit to every form of tyr-may over the mind of Man." l. THOBURN. - Editor 'J'esmc. If paid is advance $1,50 " If paid within the year 2,00 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. row. jcdcc cr the scheme court, WM. V. PECK, vl Sciota. rol COMPTROLLER, ' WM. B. THRALL, of Franklin. FOR ATTORSET GEHEEAL, C. F. WOLCOTT, of Summit FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, -t JOHN L. MAKT1N. of Butler. . FOR COKGEESf XVHtb DISTRICT, - THOMAS C. TllEAKtlt.oJ Bridgeport. FOR JUDGE OF THE COMMO FLEAS COCET, NATHAN EVANS, of Cnernsey. What saith the Record? Whether r no the Democracy are really tb agents of the Slave power is a question that forces itself upon' many of that party with considerable force.' We' av ill examine the records on this subject, and thus lest the matter. In tbe dkys of Jeifersoh, tbe great father of. the true Democratic party, the question of Congressional power over the Territories was never questioned. The voice of not osly the North but the Sou...

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

Local Intelligence. PEOPLES' COUNTY TICKET. . X ; MB UOIIE, r. PATRICK JiGCHARY, of Richland. . C. L. POORMAN, of Mead. rot ooioinnoKEm, GEO. C. BETHEL, of Rutting. MB DIBBCTOB OF THE IXFIBXABT, GEO. W. FOWLER, of Richland. PLAIN AND FANCY JOB FXUX&TIETai WawoaM can tba atteatioaof earfrieads, and ba paMic generally, ts the fact that we are new prepare! at execate an kinds of FUklBJ AID FAJJCT JOB PKHTTHrO, ' with dispatch, and apea reaaoaable terne. As We have lately Bade large addition te eor stock of JOB TYPE, B0KDEB8, SPLES, e., our facilities for printing Fosters, Bill of Sale, Fro- granan. Cards, Lawyers' Briefs, etc., are unequal ad. MASONIC and I. O. F. CALENDAR. Bt. Clairsville Chapter. No. 17, , Royal evening Arch Masoas. sMet. every Friday JAMES WEIR. M. E. H. P. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. Kelmont Lodee. Ne. 14. Free and Accepted Ma soas. meets every Wednesday evening on or prece- the mil BMOD. JOHN H. HEATON, W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. Myotic Lodge, Ko. ISO...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 2 September 1858

Interesting Legal Proceedings— Ann Goddard vs May Goddard. One of the most remarkable and intense ly interealing case ever brought before e court of justice eras tried and disposed of in ccr Circuit Cuurt last week. The plaintiff, Ann Goddard, was a handsome young tvoman. about 21 yeart of ae, perfectly . white, wills Ions;, luxuriant, and straight stir, graceful or.d eaey in manners, and bavin:: al! the aprarauce of an accomplish ed and well-raised lady. Her features bore the highest mark of European perfection, and there wi a not the elifjlitest indication of African blood in her veme. She brought auit for her freedom, alleging that the had been forcibly arrested by the etScera, aud lodged in the o;gro jail of the 1'ata Jatkef McMillan, under the claim of the defendant, Mary Goddard. that she was hep almfe, "when in truth she wm a free white woman,." The soil was nought nearly twe yerrs bgo, j Hon. R. H. Stanton, and prosecuted tiy him, with theafflwtance of Hon. W. H. Wadswcrth, ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 9 September 1858

tHOtfftN & NICHOLS, PROPRIETORS. TERMS $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE THURSDAY SEETEMLVk It 9, '1858. WHOLE NO. 1046 - - - 1 i; & . V- - n. - - . . Poetry. [From The Evening Post.] [From The Evening Post.] The Cable [From The Evening Post.] The Cable Laid by the" Agamemnon"and"Niagara." [From The Evening Post.] The Cable Laid by the" Agamemnon"and"Niagara." BY T. BUCHANAN READ. Tie fit -the Jrrand1 old kindly nrme" ' Sbovdd Mlwi bee Jove ack of TUntliiODK Uad of Xingsv "tie well "Niagara,'" whoee renown - Wim Ireeooai mingicreiio, 1 3 : I 1 v bsiUa TTMr f UU vtuucu uuxm, ? "" ' And chain tbe worM to freedom's More. Tho mtioBoatuA no mora apit v "With ilasoed the continents - . Feel throbbing of eick Feel throbbing I Speed, speei the Cable; let it run, u "Je A loaiof C Ul roo ml the eartB, . - Y" j ai ail tha pations 'neath tte sun SbaiTbe as brothers at owe hearth. Tls brwhsrs pWicg band ia bead. tOas rreedosB fer Ihe world abroad, One Commerce oreroTery land. One language and one ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 9 September 1858

I ST. OlAigRVILIiB THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER . 185S. KeewvaU oetilitT every ( oftf r-My ever tke saia of Maa.T T- TBOBURN, EoiTOB Tebjm. If paid in sdvanee : f Ifi - If paid within tie year 2,00 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. ret nvit or tbx stbsxb cocbt, " WM. T. PECK, ! Bciota. FOK COlfrTEOLMB, TJJEAI.L, f Frakli-. - to iTIDIKT 6Itnu, C 1. WOLCOTT, of Saaaaait rof mimbib of'boaed op rustic worn, , JOHN L. MARTIN. ( Butler. . ros cossits xvirth distiict, THOMAS C. THEAKEH, I Bridgeport. rot. rroci or ni commob plea cotjbt, NATHAN EVANS, of Geer-eey. B. F Spriggs. Wall, the Democracy have put in nomi nation candidate for Congress. " We have tried to inform oorsehrea aa to- what he ia, ltd what as tie oWma'.tfcr- ,.3ewyep1 of ordiawry anility in'littie IloMe.'' He V yoaag Ban, th Noble Jfemqcrai says;. if with hia youth he has wisdom it as weir. Ar to what his" political aarececwBt are, wa art not infer H, 1rte? In He. Oweraf. WfceSer a HEro or hPpm Democrat, deponent aiih not, hut he carries th...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 9 September 1858

Local Intelligence. PEOPLES' COUNTY TICKET. -obv T. FATS.KK XJOC&AXX, of BidiUod. C.LftXTaUamJi.af Mauri. GEO. (OWrHJEUrfrkj. fcEO. W. TJWLEaU of RiehUad. HiAIN AND FANCY 3"OXI 3?33NrriITCH am the amailia if aw firieBee, sMbTABOt KBTunrrara, wttaell la eur eesWW JOS TTTX, BOUinS.C0IX8.Aen Bar Ub af tabs. Fre 'wewemia tmtyamtte I m MASONIC and I. O. F. CALENDAR. ClJiplll. He. 17, Bevel J. saameawry Friday nmxBtfer Ink MISS, we JOHN WEIR, M E. H. P. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. MMmr weemeeaey eveeiag ar preee- JOHN H. M. D. G. NEIAWANGER, Secretary. imle La's. .M. LO.O. S.KENHO. 9. D. G. NEIAWANGER, Secretary. DIVINE SERVICE. efBe By Vefech. a. , alee oa ae UowiBf Beaeay, TEACHERS EXAMINATION. nnMiifci taaitnta """'jL.Ti. nWM will take peeee hi srw. Schawl Hause, la . Clairsville, aa 8muf, tut tSLTJTS, a-tdiesaaa? r Vdock. a. - an? eeld LrMjir' Thi Had HKil end a peetsct stampe , 'saauaattaa la Airtaeaetic will dew at B o'clock. SVT. Bacliak Jrewwer at S 'dock, r. .. ui -wtber 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. — 9 September 1858

Uncertainty of Human Grandeur. Human wealth and power take to Uienr-j eelvea wings and fl away, and the reverses , cf some of tne great fami lies of Europe are quite as impresaiw. as the change in. the social circles of our own country. Look al the following facts: : .. A cario study lias been maiSe concerning-the decay of some preat European fam ilies, and tbe ;esult is both ridiculous and sublime. A Duchess De Saint Sitn.m is a fitr.me it menage, at Eelleville! The history of her decay is most wonderful. The heir of the last Doge of Venice is a perfumer at St- Denis.' The lejs of Venice, gilt w ith eire, confided to the hereditary keeping' of the family, repose beneath a gUs shade on the mantle-piece in his bark shop." The Capital 4a Bue uuique title wneof the noblest in France, is a little actor, on little wages t the little theater of Deoumarchais; and the grand daughter of a Duchess de San Sevejino works by the day at a fash ionable milliner's. We may add to tbe above, that the...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 16 September 1858

Ifll THOBURN & NiCHOLS, PROPBIETORS. 'INTELLIGEHCE, ; -THE BULWARI OF BEPUBAMSM." TERMS$U0 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. STCLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THUIISDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1858. NEW SERIES, VOL 2, NO. 38. WHOLE NO. 1047 Poetry. [From The Independent, July 23d.] "Only a Year." - (These Under ami beaatiful lines, from the pen of Mn. Stove, refer, we presume, to lbs BieUn caoiy ana 07 drowning, aboat a year auee, of bar (on, a fount student of fine character and pro- kj - - . On year ago a ringing toic, A dear bine eye, And clustering curls of sonny hair, ' -Too but to die. Only a year no voice, no smile. No glance of eye; its eloeterinf ceils of foUea hair. Fair bat 10 die! : .', b-e year ego what loves, what schemes v j What joyoaabopea,whathifhreaolea, -. With generous strife! ' The silent pietare oa the wall. The banal atone -i jOf all that beauty, lib and joy, Bemain alone! ' . J - "Ttee year one year one little year, '-, And so much gone! And yet lbs even flow of li la Moves calmly on. The g...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 16 September 1858

ST. CLAJSRVrLLE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1658. Eteraal kitilit to every fon oftyr-annr over the mind of Wan. D. TROBURN, Editor Terms. If paid in advance &0 - If paid within the year 2,00 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOR XCDCE CF THE SUPREME COURT,' VI. V. FECK, of Sciuta. foe comptroller, MX. B. TIIKALL, ol Franklin. FOR ATTORF.ET GEHERAL, C P. WOI.COTT, of Summit For member of board of public works, JOHX L. MARTIJT. of Butler. FOB COKGRESS XVIIth DISTRICT, THOMAS C.THEAKER, of Bridgeport. FOR JUDGE OF THE COW MOB FI.EA1 COURT, SATHAS EVANS, cf Guernsey. The "Higher Law" of Buchanan. The brig Dolphin, -which captured the layer Echo off the coast of Cuba, Las been transferred from the home squadron to the Paraguay expedition. To ar'iye at the meaning of this change we must rrroeniber that this ia the first American commander who baa had the courage to capture a siaver for a long time, and that he had found out that several more vessels of the same sort were expected in the Gulf withi...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 16 September 1858

Local Intelligence. PEOPLES' COUNTY TICKET. rOBCBCTlFT, -r"i PATRICK LOCliAHY. of RicUlond. FOB lUIilTOE, . . -. . C. U POOH MAN, of Meal . , tuX COsUfSSItMiLB., GEO. C BETHEL, of Fldahins. FOB DIBECTOB OF THE lfiFIRIARY, GEO. W. KOWLER. of Richland- PLAIN' AND FANCY job FmsTTXisro i We mould cail lie attention or oar friends, and Lb BDbiic aruerally. to tlie fact that we are bow prepared to eiecale all kinda of FT, ATT? AJTD FAKCY JCB fEIETrSQ, witn dispatch, er.d upon reefonahle terms. Aa w have lately mad Urr additions to oar stock of JOB TTPE, BOBBERS, RCXEfl, C oar facilities for printinf Posters, BilU of Sale, Pro grammes, Cards, Lawyers' Briefs, etc, ars unequal MASONIC and I. O. F. CALENDAR. St. Clairsrille Chapter. Wo: : 17, Boyal lay ereninf Arch Buoii. neets erery Friday OB Or liKT Ml. .ui. JAMES WEIR. M. E. H. P. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. Belmont Lodre, No. 16, Free end Accepted Ma sons, meets every Wednesday ereatnf on or prece ding the full BiooB. JOHN H. HEATON, W....

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 16 September 1858

Woman's Power. "Naturam txpeUas furea" but rather let i me translate freely, or my fair readers (and if tbey once open thia page they are sure to read it) will think there is something wicked under toe Latin "you may pitch fork poor 'human nature' out of a three-pair front, and it will creep in again, wagging its tail, at the back door." VVorr.an against tb world! Mm ia her willing alave, if ahe he true to herself. But no sensible man of I moderate mean no man who had to work, for h'i livelihood I might, perhaps, s'-.y no ensble man in any position pick bis wife ont of a ball-room or an opera-box. howeref much he may like to see ber there. A true woman has much more chance we 1 know it of winning any lore that is worth her winning in ber; own home, ;n her undress, in ber little n a Tie less every Jay unstudied grace, silting on a stile, loiter- irg ky a brook, rattling n railway car riage, or bu y and uuconscious amidst com mon household duties, that in hat the sex choose to conaide...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 23 September 1858

. . , -IIIL , .... . v. " fr,i i;f ;in)i?ii fMiffT i1 'liWlil If - THol UiiJT, & "NICHOLS, PROPRIETORS. " . : 'IMILIGENCS, THE BUOTAEE -G? EEPUEUAItiS2fl TERMS $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1858. WHOLE NO. 1018 NfiW SERIES, VOL 2, NO. 39. BELMONT COUNTY FAIR FOR 1858. FOR 1858. To be held on the fair grounds adjoining ST. CLAIRSVILLE On Tuesday. Wednesday? Thursday and Friday, Sept. 28th, 29th, 30th, and Oct. 1st. CLASS A. HORSES—THOROUGH BRED. Best Stallion 4 yrs old r upward, O & ""0 4 . 20 - ", JSktisfactory evidence or nnbroken pedi gree to be furnished tbe Committee. If the Committee are not satisfied that tbe pedi gree of any Stallion or Mare entered in Class A is nnbroken, they are required to consult the proper authorities and report to tbe Board withia tg moata from the close of; tbe Fair. - . :...- Best Brood Mare : -; - ' D 16 ; Evidence to be furnished the tame as for Bullion. , , , . - ' - Committee Dr. Caleb H. Cope, Col...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 23 September 1858

ficlmonf flimlf. STrCLAISRVlLLE TllURSilAY. SEPTEMBER 23. I85S. internal faoMility to every lorm of'tyr-4 aaay over the mind of Man. I. THOBURN, I'.HITOE Terms. If paid in advance $10 It paid w ithin the year 2,U REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOB JCBGE OF THS SUFBEME COC8T, IV il. V. I CK, el SciotM. FOR COMPTROLLER, li. T 11 it AM., of Franklin. Foa TrfRm.r general, V. V. tVOI.COTT, of Summit- 1I ME.V.BTR OF BUB!) OF F0ELIC WORKS; JOHN t.. MAKTI.N. ol Butler. fob coscRrs xvn'h district, THOMAS f.TilF.AKEK, oi Bridgeport. r Fi'R JUDGE OF THE cuMMox pleas COURT, NATHAN EVANS, of Guernsey I Virginia Chivelry. The tiiiiabiy Sberbard Clemess, C mgressrsan fratn ;he Wheeling District, fought a duel with O. Jeskikgs Wise one f the Editors of The Richmond Enquirer, to last Friday. The circumstances which lei o the fiht are these. Clemess writes a very officious and preeumotious letter to The Enquirer, withdrawing the name of Judge EoCKENBor KG Brrom the list ol Gubunatorial candidates. The Judg...

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