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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 June 1855

TO 1EE1T OWlliLL B. B. COWEN, EDITOB & PROPRIETOR. . "HE WHO LOVES HOT HIS femft CA1UOYE ifOTHIilG.'' TERMS $1,50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VOL. VII, NO. 37. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY. JUNE 21, 1855. WHOLE NO. 962 THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. PUBLISHED EVKRY THURSDAY MORNINO. Office on North side of Main Street in the New Masonic Hull, n tew doors East of the Court Home, mid n tew doors West of the Norton none. TKR MB Of SUBSCRIPTION. If within thracinonllia, If paidatlpr tliattime, ',"" Pprf dicontinupd only at the option of lh editor, vnile arrearagea are due. TKBMH OFADVERTISINO. Each aqnare, (II Uriel or leaa,) three week, (1,00 Evety additional Inaertion, 25 Yearly ml vert mementa one column, (40,1)0 (lair column, JJ.JJ Uuarter column, 13,00 Trofeaaioual canla 3 per annnm. y j ah Ictlera addreaaed to the editor must tic paid to v an re attent ion .eOf, fCT'No paper diacontinned until all arrearage, are paid unless at the option of the edilor.OI POETRY. RECLAIMING OF 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. — 21 June 1855

EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC. Niw Yokk, June 13th. The Atlantic ar r.vsd with datea to thejfd. The allies captured Ketch, on the Sea of Azof, alio the Russian camp at Tchtrnaya, besides varioua eucceeioa before Sebaatopol. The new is tlie in ml important aince the battle of the Alio. The news compriiet three distinct succe ed of the allies. First, The French in a sanguinary conflict lasting the whole night of the 22d and 'J3f, took and retained an important position of defence before Scbastopol. Not less than 8060 men were killed and wounded. Second, The allies made a rapied advance nd teited ar.d retain the Russian It net on the Tchcrnayt, without much loar, the Rus sians fleeing to the hills. Third, The Alliea' secret expedition ob tained easy possession of Kcittch, an.' com mand of the Sea of Azof, In which sr.' now 14 allied tteamert. The Russians, on tho approach of the Allies, blew up the forts air! burue.1 4 steamers and 30 transports, and half a million of sacks. B...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 June 1855

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Mrlidv. Shunnon hi our thanks fdr valuable I Public Document inn l I to us. If'r 'V are often osked why e dont publish lome ilelslls of ll execution ol' 1'arki, who win hum at Cleveland a weak or two ago. We may aa well atate, once for alii that the t asto for attch horrid de tail! ia a morbid one, and we will not cater to It To ua It la humiliating to contemplate a crotvd of human beinga gloating over auch a spectacle, and engerlyigraaptng the moat revolting details of erime We thlnU the press designed for higher dutlea to In culcate nobler thoughts, and to prompt to worthier actions than to spread before the world the menial poison which lurks in auch a narration. We would refer our brethien of the press, to that beautiful poem read at the Convention, in which we find the following lines: "Since one crime another crime ensures, Since Vice Pom reading vice fresh zeal secures, Dispense no mora this pabulum of wo Call in the Cheruts, let the...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 June 1855

AGRICULTURAL. Hr thnt lv the plough would thrive, 1 1 1 1 1 -: 1 1 inust cither liolcl or drive. THE GOOD OLD PLOUGH. AS SUNG BY HUTCHINSON. them fiuif who uiay of the lnn!c f my Anil the ietdt that have Inns sit.ee pMM I. t them ehainu in praise of the tar whose dnys Are spent on the oecnn van. 1 would render to thee all the worship j on plento I would holrOt tlioni rven now; Put I'd fcive lull more from my heart' full stnro) To Uie ctu.c ui the Good Old I'iuugh. Let them latnl tho note? thnt in ru'sie float, Throuch the bright and f littering halls While the amorous t irl ol the hair's bril.tcurl, Round the should! r of hr.iuty falls; Ku' dear to me iilhesnnir of tho Ireo, And thu rich anil blOMtnlng boue.li; , these ore the sweets which the rut-tic greets. As he follows the (Joed Old Hough, I mmv there be that we dally si e, WitfemMbh and hollow pride, Who t'ue plotighmiH's lot, iii lib humble cot, With a KOraful look deride; I!ut I d ratoir tiki, a holly sh ike Krum Me hand Uten...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 June 1855

THE ilLjWTJiiliE & 11 COWEN, EDITOR ft PROPRIETOB.j "f:S TOO . TERMS $1.50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VOL. VII, NO. 38. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY. JUNE 28, 1855. WHOLE no. 903 THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, PUDLTSttlED EVERT THURSDAY MORNING. min r on North s'uc of Main Street in the New Masonic Hnll, n few doors I; i-i of the Court House, Rn n tew doors West ol the Norton House. TERMS OF St'DaCRIPTION. ir l'H'i within UirM nontbii tlni 1 t Mid tftaf that time, j,tm I'apcm iliRContiniietl only at the option of the editor, vliii' arreAr&gcti are due. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Tach square, (1! linen or lean,) three week, 91, fin Every additional itmertion, i.", Yearly advcrtiKmiicntn one column, 91(1,00 flail column, 8400 Utiarter column, 15,00 1'rnfcflsional cards 93 per annum. UTpAII letters oddresBcd to the editor must he paid to run re attention.,- JtNo paper oicontinuod until all arrearages are raid uuIcsh at the option of the editor.,- ,1 POETRY. WATCH, MOTHER. Mother! wat...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 June 1855

EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. IffW York, Juno 30th . The Asia nrrivei ith London dales to the 6lli She arrived oul cii the 2d inat. t.'oltoii wis active, with t further advance o ci nt. Consols !ij From a dispatch, received it the Adtniraltj from Sir Lyons, dated Kertch, May 1st, ii oppoars that the squadron in the Bca ol Azo had appeurd bclore Gcoitch), and landed i body of seamen and marines, drove the Kus sians from the place, and destroyed all tlx depots and vessel filled with corn and sup plies for tlio Russian army. Only one mat Wounded. Since entering the Sea of Azof 1 steaniert and 240 ver-sela employed in carrying suppliei for the Russian army in the Crimea has been destroyed by the allies. The Conference at Vienna formally closet at a late fitting held on '.ho 4 th. Gen. Pellissier telegraphs from the Cri mea June 1st aa follotrti we have sprung mines in front of the flagstaff bastion- Tin Second explosion did considerable dammagc to the enemy In the ravine of Careen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 June 1855

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. rflfe TOWNSHIP CLEM S nrn rcinicHiril in tKSV 'ill ir h-iiiI loi diflr Komi Abltf lull III HW Auditor 'I tllltcc. SCHOOL NOTICE. A ntbllo 'Mtmlnillm ol ihc mnl Hehoolsol tin Villngo ol St. Clslrivllle, O. will lm held nt Hip Court House on the 2d, ,V ltd, dijrsof Jtilpnstt. Exercises from t, in 11 o'clock, A. M ami from li, to ', n I... (, t' M. Tho Iriemliol MUCKUOH in (ho Villnr;efc virinity generally, am PeMMtfulljr invitrd to attend. A Culehriition will he held on July ltd , Preparatory to mtlNniM to the firovs, Teachers, students, Dirtnta w ill meet nt the Court House nt 'J o'clock A M Thi declaration of ffirle petulance Will bl read, u lid ad dresses made fiiii tnhlo lor the occasion. Hv order ol the llonrd ol Dinstnra. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. M. J. W. GLOVER, Clerk. "Kefp to the ntoitT" says the law of roads ami bridges, but wmtltMt ill right ind proper to hep In Ihc Itft. For instance: if a body keeps to the lull in approaching our mark...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 June 1855

AGRICULTURAL. He that by the plough would thrive, He that by the plough would thrive, Himself must either hold or drive. COUNTRY GIRLS. l'p in I hi' enrly morning Ju t t the (KM'p ol iluy, Hi r iming the milk In the dairy, TurniK 'he lmwi a ny Birtcpiru the ll,ur in the kitchen, Maslng the lu'ds up rl. lira, Washing tho briuklnst disbaS, Dueling the parlur chain. Bundling the eruml, from the pantry, Hunting tor eggs tit the born ('leaning the IttTTlipg lor diiuirr, Bpintrlrtf liSa stocaing yarn Spreading the whitening linen Down nil the bualies below, Ransatklaffavary meadow Whero lue ted Mrav, berries glow. MiiuMn l'le "1'Jtt";' rr Btnttfi Cliutniug the : v crcstm, Riming the ptlliiDil itniiMf Down in the ranning stream" reeding the gMM and turl yi, Making the piimkin pltf , J"l!:;itii; the little (me'b OTUllo, Driving away the BIN. (Irarr in t!nir rvriy mnlion, Muaic in t vi ry tone, lUuuty in form mil leature TkaWjMjdl might covet to own- -Checks thru nvnl spring roses, Teeth the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 July 1855

: toe wsswrn-wmmaum B. R. COM EN, EDITOR ft PROPRIETOR. "HE WO LOVE fcfOT M '-T-Y P-T Jfivi? M(WW m " LTERMS $1,50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VOL. Y1T, NO. 39. ST. CLAIftgVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY." JULY 5, lift!" '.'i WHOE $ft 11 TIT It " I . . . . Office nn North side oT Mnln Street In the New Mnsonlc tlnll, u ft w doors Ent of the Court li.m-, , nnd a lew doors Wtot of the Norton House. TKRMS OP SUBSORirTiON. ff paid n llliin three months, tl,'" It baM alter that time, v no tapfrs discontinue) only at the option of the editor, while arrearages are due. TKRUS OFADVKRTI8INO. Each square, (11 lines or lees,) three week,. 1,0(1 Every additional insertion, 85 i Yearly advertisements one column, i mi Half column, nn I 'Quarter foluinn, lsofJ J Professional cards en per annum. IHTAII letters addressed to the editor must he paid to i renre attention.! irTNo passer discontinued until all arrearages are i paid unless at the option of the editor. If POETRY. For the Belmont Chronicle. LINES....

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 July 1855

tM'ftar residence it the other end of Perls, t wilted hia convenience Tor lonf half-hour, v end thn wont ta the Preiident Judge who c bed Issued the writ. I briefly explained to c kin my case! whet ha aaked me if I wished t to five ball. I told him I would give good t hail for my appearance at court at any time, I tat that I knew no man in Paris whom I fell t willing to aak to beeome my aecurity for i the payment of bo large a turn ss 9,500. c After a little 'parley I named Judge Piatt, i United Sutat Secretary of Legation, aa one i who, ! fait confident, would recognise for my 1 1 appearanoa when wai ted, and this eugges- 1 1 tioa met with universal tssent. Twice over ' I 1 carefully explained that I preferred going II to prieon to asking any friend to give bail for 1 1 tha pcyment in any ease of this clai.n, and I knew I araa fully undaratood. Bo we all, ex- j eept the Judge, drovo off together to the La- i gation. There ate found Judge P., who readily ( agreed la raeogn iie u I r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 July 1855

THR BELMONT CHRONIPMJ.I LOUAL INTELLIGENCE. BIOK & JOB PRINTING WI r,'reparediiiieeiit,inti.ls.t style, and ip- Book., rnril., IlmndbJIle, mMhUtf, fircnlitrs.. Ticltete. ",,er' Checks, Lmbcls, rogrmnime., BII.Hp4, IllRuki, lAWVKR'S Mill l.i .m. Ac., Ac In short all kimle if JOB I'mVIIM;. ttorie in a stylo to give sniislactinn t- the moat foaiidioua, at the Bflkont Cihokiciji Dnm Al oraera promptly attended to. . ".T "nrteni advertisements and job-work muat b paid for in advance. I i A.l',;1e,1,,l'iuni1l'"n5 arid advrriiaementa rntisJ be handed in before lOo'elock on Wednesday, or be , Jelityeil another week. " BgMk, Township CLERK- .re mmm , i feJEa? c,al "r fend lor tru ir Koad Abotracts at lie Auditor's Office. i, Barnesville Classical Institute. Ve had the pleasure (it wae indeed u pleaaure,) ol attending the examination ul the above .institution ' (or one day. (Monday.) To any that the pupila did 1 well would bo the truth but linrdly tho twhole trulh 1 to say that they did a...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 July 1855

AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE. SIC 2. CORNS UkXlt AMD QMW t nrrn, yr i P. Bitot k o. bailroap; R. II. 1IUBBELL, & SON, COMMISSION MUnCMANTl. For the sale of Phu jhs. llarrous Corn ere Stri Cu'l'r't. Ciiltr Milli, CAr Star's Smut Maehint.Hrt.rni,i( Tilt, anil all Aficul fsrel and H.rtirultnral ImpUnun'.i, Mttkamc'a Taalr. S.srf anil Plant June H 'ij FARMERS. Are invitei fo cu,' & tcea large lot of Reaper and Mnwere, Grain Cradles, Cirnin and Oraaa Scythes, Hay Forks, Hay Rakes, Scythe Stin-, Scytho Snathet, Jnt received an 'I for si the corner of Mm nd Uuiney ..reel. heeling V. hv. ( . KEEP COOL AND GAY. Hiat received, via B ). It. R.. on consignment, mmf June .amines Watar Coolare and tre" ream Fraaaera. 'urn taatlattlntof doner eotd., aud.inu Vatabanai """-'' " it. H. HUBDBLL fcBON-S Corner of .Wain ck Clumcy sis. Wheeling Va. MlCHtUAH Sub Soil Ploofrh, Piituxent Seir eh.rpnlns Plough,! n Yoke. Corn sheller pt aawe, tost Angara, Cham, chain Parana, Oletarn Pumps. Iron Pit Trough, ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 July 1855

i R. COWEN, EDITOR k PROPRIETOR. "HE TOO IWU HOT HCOteTf CA:i L0V3 iKJTIi!i:G.w TERMS $1,50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE IfEW SERIES, VOL. Yll, NO 40. ST. CLAIRfiVlLLE, OHIO, TIlt'RSDAY. JULY 12, 1855. WHOLE No. 90 5 THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. fUHLlSlIl-.I) KV Kit Y THURSDAY MOHNINO. fliee oil North side of Mil in Street in Kthe New Mnsonic Hall, n few doors i'Vf? Ent of the Court House, mid n lew . doors West of the Norton Honsn. Tinus or suMoaitTio, , If paid within llircf months, ft'" If paid rtnr lliattime, Si.isi ' I'apern iliscoiili illicit only at the option of the editor, Nile arrearages are due. TKRMS OFAOVKRT1SIN0. Each aquare, (1 1 lltinor leu,) three week, 91. 0i Every additional insertion, '-a , Vr arty advertiseinents one column, $40,1111 flair column, 84,im I UiiArtercotitmn, flOOj v., rmfrssional cards ttt pet annum. lDAII IfllciK MHmaed to tlio editor must he paid to j I1 su re attention -ti rPfNo paper dTscdntlnued until all arrearages are I aid unless at the option or the edito...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 July 1855

South that brought tuch men into notice, politically. At the North, the continual agi tation of the peace of the Union for the pur pose of extending elavery, brings into notice the men at the North of giant intellect and moral force. Doea he underatand! A mote, like the gentleman or myaclf, floata very com fortably inaatilltnd quiet atmosphere; but il takes the wild tornado to move the imbed ded ruck. That political tornado hae been raited by yourselrea, by your determination to extend, by fraudulent and unconstitutional meaoa the area of human chattl'edum. Do you understand me, air! Yes: we thank God we havt ruch men aa a Wilson, a Seward, a Sumner and Chase; men who, knowing the right, have the nerve to contend for it; men of undoubted integrity and ability ,'vhose patent of nobility comes from heaven. And mark ye, gentlemen of the South, the days of flunkeyism at the North are numbered. The Northern flunkeys are all dead and damned! and if ever another one appuars to your vision,...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 July 1855

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. LOCAL T NT E LUG BNOtt BOOK & JOB PRINTING Wl are.irepa.ed 10 Bleed!, 18 IN Bat style, and li on short notice nil kinds nl It-inks, Cmtit, Jlnn.ll.illv, ninlilels, tiiculitrs, Tickets, gotten, Cheek, Label., rrogmminr!., It. 1 1. 1 lrrt.l n , ., I.AWVKK'S IIHlLFS, Ac, Ac. In short all kinds or JOB PRINTING. Pone in n style U (rive sniisfhction to the most I fastidious, nt the BKLVOm CtmoNioii Ulrica. All order promptly intrude.) to. . T'! rnnMtnt advertisements and job-work must be paid for in idvance. OJrAII communirotions and advertisements must be handed in belore 1(1 o'clock on Wediicsduy, or be delnycd another week. I.T.IWN.SIin'CI.KRKSare requeMed to I'aKs? Sf" ? ?-u 'r '''fir Uoad Abstracts at "as1 the Auditor's Ollice. fliflEDIOAL. The Belmont Medi- (IAJ cal society will meet nt the UELMONT HOVIB in WrightMown On THURSDAY the I'Jtliuny of Julv lsr.r.. rin.. INo I, will report coses. il. VVKST. Sect Fatal Accident. Mr. Wm. McClannahen, of Uosl.cn to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 July 1855

AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE. sac & filPBRMAlll 4M riCt ffftlTtlftft BirOTi.4tO iamjoaD; R. H. IIUDBELL, & SON, commission 'irimnM'.. For I he tale nf Ploughs, Harrvnt Corn tttlltr Steele Cultrrt, Ciller MiUiy CAsras, Star's gmtt .Wt)i'i,llniiif Tilt, aarf all Apricl Israt tni ttorlimttrvl atpliKi sf s, .Wrr Anmr'n TooIj, ! ..H PUntl Jons 14 il FARMERS. Are invitei la cal re a urjt lot nf Reajiers in Mowera, Grain a. !. Grain and Grass Scythes, Hay Fork, liny Rakes, Scythe BtOHH( S.-.ythe Smithes, ,Vr. Jnet received and 'or sale it the corner nf Main and Qnincy .irtiu Wheeling Val , R. H, HtBBi:i.I..dr ION. KEEP COOL AND GAY. Just recrjved, via B At O. R. R,. on consignment, sme fins samples Water Coolers anil le.' roam rree.-rs. I also, that laet !nt of flower ectds, aiidj,luo Vcrel-u nut ' in bloom, fur sale at R. IT HUBBBLIi & SON-S Corner of .Vain A Quincy ate. Wheeling Va. MICHIGAN Sub Boll Plough, Patttxtht (elf eherpntng Plough., 'IX Yoke., Corn shelleis Ol Rows, Post A...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 July 1855

: j llLiilT OJ iru B, E. COWEN, EDITOR & rROriUETOIU "HE WHO LOTO IIO HIS COUNTRY CAiT LOVE i?OTIE:G." LTEBMS $1,50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VOL. VII,. NO. 41. . ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY. JULY" 19, 1855. WHOLE NO. 966 M1 THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. Office on North aide of Mnln Street in the New Masonic Ilnll, n few doors Knit of the Court House, nnd n lew doors Went of the Norton Uousn. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I f paid w llliln three months, tl,"" lr naiil alter that time. U.OI) I'apera iliscouthmcil only at the option of the editor, yhiiu arrearages are aim. TF.RMa OfAnVKRTISINO. Each aquar., (II lineaor In.,) three week, livery aitititiinial IliMrlion, Yearly advertisement om column, Hall column, Quarter column, !. rrnteaaional canta S3 per annum. lCr'AII letters aililremied lo the editor mutt lie paid to rsiire attention .JH JTNo paper riTacontinueil until all arreavafoa are paid unless at the opium ut the editor """l i V-l POETRY. Fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 July 1855

EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE PACIFIC. PREPARING TO STORM. EMPEROR ALEXANDER ILL. Cholera among the troops. New York, July II. Tho steamer Pacific arrived at tis o'clock this morning' bringing Liverpool advices to the 30th. ult., her regular day for tailing. COMMERCIAL. Den o is, ton &. Co. quo tod cotton as f Ml 3 days of the week, prices lower; but on Thursday, without apparent cause, the market breams buoyant and closed active. Sales f r the week 43,000 bales, including 17,000 on speculation, and 2,000 for export. The newt consists almost wholly of details Vf that brought by the America' tf the recent repulse. The allies nre not damaged in their position, and the whole state of affairs is considered sufficiently satisfactory. Lord Raglan is dangerously ill, and asks to be recalled. The total allies loss on the ISth was over 600' The army, nevertheless, is in good ipirila snd preparing for another assult. Cor respondence is to tho Mth. no further Daitics had occttred on !and o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 July 1855

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. COOK & JOB PRINTING. Wli irt ..repar.rl in Merut. in the btel a.yle, and in on ehort nunceall klmleof r "-". Cards, Handbills, FAmphlcti, Circulnm, TickPt-t, I outers C hecks l.nbH., Programmes Mill-Head-, Wanks, LAWVUn'8 It KIEFS, Ac., Ac. In ihort til kind, of FANCY JOB PMNTfNG Don in a stylet,, give amixOiciion to tha moat lolt.fllOUS. t tilfl nLVONT r.liLiiliicir llrviv All orders promptly (ttenuVd to. , Hr'l ram-ient dvertiacinents and job-work must be paid tor in advance. MrAH communicatinnsand ndvcrtlspmrnla mint be handed in before lOo'cloufc on WedueeJny, or be delayed another week. TO TEACHERS. RvSSaTHE BOARD OF .SCHOOL EXAM llSgj infm, will meet in the echool house in the fv West enil.of St. Clairsvillk, ouSaturdi.y July 23 1855, at 10 o'clock A. M. order tho D D. T. COWEN, Clerk. The CHRONICLE for the Campaign. There may be many persons who are desirious of receiving tho Onnox-! icle during tho campaign. If any such, we here...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 July 1855

SABBATH; READING. Life, Death and Eternity. What it life! A thread, easily broken. A flower that springeth up to-diy, and ld-inor-row it cut down and with red. A vapor that toon pauses away. It la cheqirred with cares, disappointment, joa, sorrows perplex Uie, enviee, hopes, fears, comfort", pleasures, hadrs. and sunshine. A slate in which every act, word or thought, aflVcl tho soul, inking it towa-d the world of wo, or clevntitig it to tho j"yt of paradise. The time to re flect, resolve, to act, to repent ol sins com mitted; the time for faith in Christ to re ceive His eatvation to caeupo hell to win heaven. And what is death! It is tho opening of rjes. Before death the 80iilsces"ns through glass darkly, now fuce to fnce." The en trance door to heaven and hell. To the fol lower of Christ, the end ol Borrow, enro and pain; the beginning of purity, hulinces, bles sedness. Dut to the soul unregenerated tho book of life with the aina of the soul uncan celled. The end of hope, the near ...

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