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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 February 1859

Local Intelligence. COUNTING HOUSE COUNTING HOUSE ALMANAC. COUNTING HOUSE ALMANAC. 1859. . I If If ss a 1 k ! 7. Hjb. , alsgllT Mils' SI W, 3, cl ,t- i " i r t 4' II i J , Tl r: 1V" 91 f t,ss 31 3 4 10 ill rSi II ISIISM .1 M 181S0 -JB S!S6 !S7,:3 9 4 S 1 ;: M'13 '4 HJ'17 IS lSn SI 23 Mia ,S7Se: s-isi-l-rr-i-: ra el i ii;i ilu 'i I;l7'l(;l SO SI 9S S3 S4 SS.SS iK,,S9 Si 3 10 IC 17 4' S 7 n i M IS H;I9 IfllSiSO si;t S3 S4 l3S!stiS7S81SW3D 31 I344 2 7 io ii ig! . 3 M U 15 17 l "I fc. K 28 31 2 .,- 1 g 10 11 N IS 14 I ' U . 17 IS la e 91 92 23 H sj .191 8 I lKlluL-l S n is! H is i i7i l.lB,98ia.l-i. Jrl MASONIC and I. O. F. CALENDAR M. ClewavilU Chapter. . ay emiK- Area. Kmom, eem every rij aftar ia. full a. MASONIC and I. O. F. CALENDAR JAMES WEIR, M. E. H. P. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. W. M, FrM aC Accepts " . MHtimrr W44y eveaiug M e .ree- list ! I JAMES WEIR, W. M. D. G. NEISWANGER, Secretary. if ti Lash. Wo. N. I. O. o. r. Ml Monday rrnilm. W. S. KENNON, N. G. ASA D CHAMBERS, Sec...

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 February 1859

Pride in Dress. AiiHIy ai It it foolish.' Mdj-, very many, who deck therr bod'ea, arr Oncattivated in their mind. The time and expense need tul. ye. DPedful for the proper tultivaiion of the mind, ia wasted in the decoration of the perisaioi bady. "Inr.a'men'a in knowl edge pay the he-it." And investments made in thia fa ara not eiiy lken away. -It man .r woman enirW li.e purae into the Wad. person can Wke it awny Iron them." It ie (aid that "tin: p-ior untaught Africans i.re rt-n-.aikable for tiit ir love, ol flurry. Thnae uho rn procure trinlol of gM and filter, Mick litem about- iheir peraors vtiieveter llii-y cau find ruum lor them. The .iiio e aavage in sjine pans, wnu cannot gel tolJ end ,aiier, make th-'uiselves look ridicuh-us with fishbones, buies of auim!?, tn I fe-iliifP, and take g-eat psins to stain ai d mark ibir bodies to as lo appear prelty in tiitir ov n ey a " II.w rici u'ous! We lcui'h at tin m, an I some mat think they do tolerably wi II in so doing, yea, in laup...

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 February 1859

LI m -j. -t ;1 -Tl'"'' t . . ? im V. THOBtfRN, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. : : . . "INTELLIGENCE, THE EULJLHS F BEPUBLIANISH." TERMS $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE 2 AT END OF YEAR . - ' - - - ' . . ; - . , TTTr , - r NEW SERIES. VOL-' 3, NO. 8. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1859. . WHOLE NO. 1069 Poetry. [ORIGINAL.] Lines to My Mother. BY LILY MAY. . Mather, Dear mother. Tin with busy finger Has laid a heavy duplet on thy brow; A fearful chance. yet UU around thee lingers -. & aenblance of tby former self, e'en now; Vith Christian firmness 'tis no weak endeavor . - To endure in weight, so heavy has it bora, .Vet such as thine was borne meekly, never. Save when the crown of thorns thy Saviour , . . wore. .. . ) tbe-still watches of the nrd night hoar -.! I ofMimes woke from slumber calm and deep: Tben memory, with her fond reflecting power f : First turns to thee, and Icanonly weep. For well I know tby keen umittered anguish. . ;,. Whilst sleeplessly upon thy couch of pain...

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 February 1859

ST. CL A, TRSVILLE THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 17, lf59 OOTbe Kaoca Legislature has passed bill ebolibliing and prohibiting clavery in tb Territory. It awaits the signature of Gov. JIedaet to make it a la. In all consistency, if Meojabt figns the bill he must be removed. Buchabas and Lis ad visers could never consent to such a meaa- tir. XtJ-Jc-HM Fostek Kiee, aaianucnsU of Ihe late PEtsCt-TT, will complete that author's greatest woik, that of the History of Philip the Second. Peescott bad com pie ted the third volume, and conimeneed the fourth . It will be complete in six vol times. 1- --n-s 03Ooe Hundied Thousand Dollars wss donated by private ilien mi Detroit for the establishment of an institution for the poor infirm of the -city. Waxteic Haifer was not recognixed among the wealthy, and was known by but few; but to the surprise of all, he has taken the front rank among " moneyed men and public benefactors. He has already raised a monument to his fame f the most enduring character. . ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 February 1859

Local Intlligence. COUNTING HOUSE. COUNTING HOUSE. ALMANAC. COUNTING HOUSE. ALMANAC. 1859. i!r i1 SI 3 4 II 1 6 7i I3!u II IS 1 1 M 18 19 SU l ias, 5 !i7, ,20 ;29S3 S3) i27j- & 84 85 SB a-" 31 ' 3i"i1 si; a 10 iiilS! 13 in 3 3 4 - 1 I Mil II 12; I'l7t'f 14 IS 16 17'ltn 18 0 90131 87 asias 30 si S.10'11 at 16 171 1 12 13 14 15 SO tl 87 as 23 S4 1 2S 18l,20 21 ' 23 30 31 i 25:26 l27,2a,2,30j 3 4 10 11 6 7 'ill S 3! -l! 5l ! 7 ,: i u 14 13 14 'l 17 If i 19 4 ss:ki 20 21 87j28 16 17(18 1" 2n 21 S3 34 2S 26 27 88 i i n 3! 10 njie SI 71 8 9 10 III IS l3,'l41S 16 171ll 16 if) 10J20SI 2 23 S4i 90 81 22 23 24 2S;26 27;8;9 30;!! -Ul-j-J 1 2 3 ' l 6! 7 R, 10 II. 18; 13 14! IS IS 17 118 SO 21128 23 24 30 3 7 is'lfi I7!WS 13 14, ig.so Si 23 ni24.25 O 26:27,281 a 3i i Jl I 2S 26i27 Sfjl 30 31 MASONIC and I. O. F. CALENDAR. Bt. Clairaville Charter. Wo. 17, Boyal 7, Boyl Area Mmom. we mrf Friday MASONIC and I. O. F. CALENDAR. JAMES WEIR, M. E. H. P. MASONIC and I. O. F. CALENDAR. JAMES WEIR, M....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 February 1859

;W . . . - - - DOOTOH IIOOFLAND'S CEI.Ei'.RATE'l GERMS BITTERS. WILL EFFECTCAt.LT CCKE Co.tj.?aznt9 Dyspepsia, Jaundice Chronic or Nervous IkhiitU, Disrates of the (kidneys, avd ail diseases ari sing fr&nt a disordered Licer or to7aach. fSurh esConitipalion. I'"'"1 F illness o R cod toli:e he Ad, fcW.tyofth StomaC, Nausea, J V r.:l.. J,S2USt f-if 1 OOd, t Uitet or -Veigllt III V v. ,;, : , .-'out Cfnctatioiis.Sinkine or Flutter i ; ,. :n-. i . - f i.ie Hioui'.cti, Swiii-using of U:e -j.. a.',-,. r'v.rr. -'J Diil.cuit PrPattiiitj. -Fluttering .:c !)' Sml orating .Sensations h'Ti ;:t a. tJ i;fr, DiIi-ims of Vim h Dots or rit -rji '2 :rf rtii'i., hk-'T itid Dull Pain in the Her.rf i'cr .;:!; -V- o! I't r.-,'i : atim:. Yellowness Of trie-" in- cu.l '..;. I'uiu . ti.': ide. Beck. Chest. Lii.:s. v.. StcViCtt J ' ! t l t of fleet, Uurnili hi the rie-h, Ot'iet ! ttiii:ii::g of Evil euJfe&i Ii f p-f-rrif-i-. iii f3!!:n? ihn attention of the jiuttic fj :im r :-f,jr ration. ' Willi a t...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 February 1859

p J r1 r. '' v. - Ti ' t' . D. THMtTEEDITOK : & PROPRIETOR j; : .1 TERlIS:$1.5a A YEAR IN ADVANCE ?2 AT END OF YEAR v ... - wnotn no. roro v THE ISSUE---ITS HISTORY. SPEECH SPEECH OF SPEECH OF HON. J. R. GIDDINGS, OF OHIO. IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. JANUARY 12.1859. Mr. GIDDINGS said: Mr. Chairman, two days since, my friend from Maine, Mr. Wachbubi took occasion to call attention to the great issue which now divides the people of these States. I listened to bim with unusual pleasure. I fully accorded with his views. It i certain that one of our po litical organisations holds that a State or ft Territory, when forming State Const! tutkm, and acting within our Federal pow vrsaMf. author iu its people to enslave a portion of nankind, doom them toTiveVtth owt knowledge, to grope their way to physi tal'fleeth.ainid the darkness of moral and in telleetualnight! The other party emphatica -ly denies those doctriBes.declaring that hu man .Governments are limited in their just power...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 February 1859

tlm(mt(0iricle. SO?. CLAERSVILLE THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 24, lf59 C-The Indian mutiny will coat Great Britain t 195,800,000. Nearly equal to the proepxive expense uf stealing Cuba. (0"Fillibusier Walker joined the Cath olic Church, at Mobile, Jan. 3 Int. The Trfest should have a big Tee at hi confes-tfional. $3"Miss Alice J. Chase, aider of Gov. Vus, died at Co-umlus on last Thursday, a Tier a nurl illness. She aa fifty-two .-years ef ge. '5-C.likrnia tus a population of six 'hundred thousand. Under the next appor tionment she w ill be entitled to six Con gressmen, ahere she now has but two. QCj'The Boston Herald gives the names of two men of that city who lost, the one 812,000, and the other $40,000 by gambling acd purchasing lottery tickets. Let this be a warning to young men. (t5"A cargo of three hundred thousand oranges, from Porto Rico, where landed at New Haven. Conn., when they were lonnJ to be all decayed but ninety thousand. Such luck makes foreign fruit trade but J united. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 February 1859

Local Intelligence. COUNTING HOUSE. COUNTING HOUSE. ALMANAC. 1859. II 9! 3 1" 15 16 17 1H 19 20 Sli92 93 24 25lg6i27.8rU2M.30 31 llllllllililIll ' S 4 li 7 3 4 ' 7 9 M IStIH lL? II IS ? M '' 2 3 tSTsi S fi 1 1 91 f -.4;7SHB 194.85 K;S8 - ! 17 Si m 11 3I 7 . ;2'"i;?i" IS M 15 I6I17M8 1 rj M I5 I6II1!' " SO 51 42 23,S4 85 961 & 21 22 S3 85 37 7 SB - - ijf S8'S 31 3;$,? .ill "rfi-aNss? J U H IS I617H IIIIS 13)M 1 16 1 SO tl 29 23:24 25 2 W: 19 2 l 89 2 '.' 87 88 30531 -J S jjflj29!' "7 "5 " "SIT 8 ll l 1 ,? 10 11 19 13 14 15 tfl. V 10 18 1314 j 17 10 igSOlSl S!flK W17 18119 9na' 14 SS Se 87j88 3rt 5 23 84 S3 88, SI, 2 I -J 1 3I 1 . 3 15 W 17 18 19 NS lK 15 16 17 1H W 83 24 jS7 Snj g 20 21 92 83 94 85 26 IE lain. M u 11 I71A Sill; 19! 13 14 B 19 8 SI 8:93 84ISS O is6l87,S82!30 . Jl I MASONIC and I. O. F. CALENDAR. t. Clarreville Chapter. Ho. Il Area ltaaons. meets every Friday 17, Royal a ly "'"C or after tbe rail moon. MASONIC and I. O. F. CALENDAR. JAMES WEIR . M. E. H. P. D. G. N...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 February 1859

Poetry. IKrTlic- following Utile German song, entitled 'The Clitid'a Ansel," is very sweet and (Duelling. Il is one of a aeries which Mrs. Miry S. B Dana HiinJ'rr trantlslinf; Sir Ditson. who has them in esuraa of publication: Throo'h every land tlieregottU An an?cl quitiiy; No human eye di see him. Yet he ran sll ihings te Though Heaven is that ang. IV home. To ear 111 our father bids him conic. From boose to l;nue lie roamt'lli. And when wiT!i joy he tind A cod child with it parent. He to that child inli'if : Tln"n cliifriully he riwellrih tne"e. And to that child is ever near. And with thsT chi'd he j .i!ie:h In l Us little pixy, lit- l;el him It-ain Lis lessons. And h"lp- him to obey; IV kep him in a happy mood, L l-'VeJ by ail, and always go-j. And whrn that child i sleeping lie never lakes hie liiaht, fie watelietli by his lxd.-irto Unlit te m lruin lili'; Tuen wakes him with a quiet kiss. To work, to lore, to happiness. Oh. friendly ancel! pride me - C'nto those children bles...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 March 1859

.K&l , '1 '4 - LnJ 'M .1 . - D. THOBURN, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. "INTELLIGENCE, .THE mil?&&;S$ Wmir&imL" (.TERM 8 $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE-? AT END OF YEAR- ST. CLAIRS VILLE, OHIO,TfilvlMst)Ay, MACH 3;4859 i NEW SERIES, VOL. a NO 10. , U i i t J ' ; . - - i . i . - V WHOLE NO. 1071. ' SB' ' "flBBBBBBBl ' : Original Poetry. My Loves. S 1 I love to view my native hills, i. : 'Their rocka, and woods, and shady rills; The landscape stretching far and wide, . And the rolling stream, that flows beside; The moon tains, sad the rales between, . . )Ueh clad in nature's living green, v- ' Where tops of stately trees do rise ... In lofty grandeur toward the skies. 1 love to hear the birds sing there; ' t lore the cool and fragrant air; -. . .To see the sun, in glory rise, . And with his brightness gild the skies. Or on an evening mild, serene, behold the moon, w bo sits as queen. Presiding o'er that glittering train Of sura, that gem her vast domain. '" " tut turning now to thi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 March 1859

t0mcle ST. CIAXRSVHiLE THURSDAY MORNING, MAR. 3. 1859. (tThe grounds selected for the State Fair are South West of Zanesville, on the MP eat side of the river. - florin cieo ot war, France is ptrpared l,i k J acrot-i brr borders force of five liutidred thousand men. Prance lias given vu her African Colonization scheme. Thif raa a name lur the Slave Trade, assumed t j cevtr up ail manner of foul dealing. A Query. Will norne of our Democratic friend an swer. Why was Oregon admitted to the Union wilhout reference to her population, 'while Kalians is denied the same privilege! Was it because Oregon was Democratic and Kansas was not! Did it mean that a leu population is required to make a Dem ocratic State than a Republican State! Or did it not mean that the Democracy labor tor party power, and not fur the coun siry' good The people have a right to an -era to these questions. If the Demo cratic party want their support, then party policy must be unmasked. The One Man Power. Aa we predict...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 March 1859

Local Intelligence. THE H FCELISHED EVERY THUJRSD AYMORNI NG : D. vTHOBUIlN. . Office .M atonic Hall Iinildia;, a few Door East el the Court lions, 8T. GLAIRSVTTiT.'F, OHIO. ' TEBJtM Of tCBtCMlPTlOX. ' ilri Mtwribar, rf uli, - - 1 50 Ifr eiee f F m .awards, eat, a. 1 SS ' ItyWhere dedactie. ( made la data, payu-cnt Is roqaired strictly ia a!vace-.i " ' TERMS OF AUERTlSIJfO. Oae square, tea line aoapareil. Or Jets, three iaeertions. 1 00 Eub additional inssrtioa. One square, three auootba, . . aix - twelve Two" three - aii " " twelve Oat fourth or a column, three Bionihe; " " eix ' " twelve Oaakairefacolania. three ' " six twelve Oh eelaaiB, three Banntha. six " " tarelre " 25 S St 4 W 00 4 UU 7 OU HI K Lx sail v 1J lw U ou i.1 (M t uu IS t SS uo 4U ou TfTWe are determined ta stake The Chronicle Vaore iaterestiug to the general reader tbs it bee ever aereto tore beea. aud ask and expect aa ia Craasea iaierast ia it welfare hf the gallant Re- BBt.iic.ns oi Belmont county, ri tends, sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 March 1859

(From The Alton Courier.) Annie Laurie. -Sir Robert Laurie," aaya an authority quoted by Allan Cunn-ngliaM, in the third voltine of hi Scottish Snugs, "firet baronet jf the Maxwelllon family, created 27th of March, 1685, by hi srcor.d wife, daughter of RitUell of Minto, had three son and four daughter, of ljoin Annie was much cele brated for her beauttr, and made a couquef-t of Mr. Douglas of Fiogland. who is said to kcve composed the following Terses under aa nnlucky star tr the lady married air Ferguson ofCragdarr ck." The versus allii'led to bv the poet editor r the 'original' Annie Laurie, and run a followf : Heswelftia Itanka are Loony, Where early .alls tlie dew. Wiwa I andJlnnie Laune Marie u,i taa prouiisa true; Maue op the promise l.nc. And ne'er fctrset wilt, yffnd for bonnie Annie l,at.rie I'd lay duwn my liadaad die. ehes backet like a peaco:k, r!ns breatd like a a wan. Bh.'s jimp atwnt me middle. Her wmi yon weel may span. And ahe lui a ro ling ee. And for bonnie Auuie ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 March 1859

"INTELLIGENCE, THE BULWARK OF REP'UBLI,ANISM.,,i TERMS $1.50 A YEAR IN ADYANCE-12 AT END OF YEAR- D. THOBURNr EDITOR & PROP1IETOB. - - - - ' " ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 10. 1859. WHOLE NO. 1072. NEW SERIES, VOL 3, NO 11. Poetry. What is Man. - . Whetiamant ' s' Go ask tha atoning itn. which e'er our earth la lofty note proclaimed hw pristine birth; AM with seraphic voice tney sweetie nog. .' That man vu modeled after Heaven King, Mad nil, lovely, glorious, pur, Loiil f Creation. Eternity heir. Wnatfameat '..'." Go nk talk plaintive ereeae from Eden bower,, That Ingram with her last her tweeteat flowers; It (tags the aaourafol wail of aaaoapty bacae, far ana gone forth in am and woe to roan ; By toil ud aweat hdaored to aara hia bread, Am thorn and thiatlaa ia hi path are spread What la nnt . Ge aak that angel eboir en Jodea plaiaa. WbH aiog the gladsome song in heavenly atralnm, raaaaaai earth and goad will to nun ia given. The Ula of life are nude the atepa to heav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 March 1859

lelmont THUafeOAY-JtOttNUSGJlAR. .10 C3rTh Ifeocrt.e achenie to'increaae the pottage, received a present quietus in Abe last huurs of Congfesa. f - - , I QrTte SoMiiaaA Repvblfci wjiaiuatea H.,n. J7-H - Himmop. of South Carolina, lor Preaideol.Jii .18G0, and Rcrua Choate, of Ma jacnet. for Vice-PrtideiiU L.ta an n aa a m , . 62r,ir.he?ala VVoderer w .dvertitej iur rs tyf the Narel.al. oa the 12th Ja. It U iu?na?ed itiat forty 'African; brought ty hsr, are m the Southern part 01 ueoryia OO'-TUe'quanftiy of cotton rinamifactured duriog the' yea'lBjS.ln th ' whoitr -world ia estimattd "a9 '000,000, 'lba;. Woiiri wliej , .Manufactured ,307,490,090. Mural thin onehalf was. ruaoufncturecl in. t.ng- ' -" f 1 in i - : 1 a.i jr t&Witt SiciiES-ICtr tragedy isihealj- ebsoromggoWip of Washington Cityl Mr. CuttrVoith; is line to be implicated as equalls goilty,with Ket." There ie a strong -current1 of sympathy for Sicw.es, but. jt is not wltboot its eooater"jiTent. : ..': , . ,ri 1 ' (i t - ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 March 1859

Local Intelligence. 2JJI i'tTJB;iii;,i.iJJ BELMONT CHR0N1CLEL . i u !i rcsusBSD : t ; it I EVERY THUJRSDAYMOKNING if D. THOBtJRNs- OfiM Jfasoaic Hall BaiUiaci Doors East Ol the Court Heat, ; ax , bbAJBSvilE ohio. V?Z.rUJt orsuBsckiPttoJf. BiastoMBacrtaSr, aetaaaamv - - ' Ta CM mi Flow mmm awards, each, - 1 so iTy vhef Bedtcti oaf tsaiade to dabs, piys.enl M rt aired afrtiy r aovaBxe.i . . , tzMxs of MarzJtTisiJfU. .r Omf sffd ars. tea lis nMsar.it, sr- ieas, tare aaaertions.' I CO F.aa odditfonal iBsrtioii. ,,f....- .... Oaeaqaara, three nyts,, --. v.- :- ..-.-r;!. .. ,!;,.. welvs " Two1. ,taiaa. -i, . . twelve ..:. j . .7 .- i : Oaefoartaofa cotaata. three months, . il - '' tati; '..: Oehirofcolma tare : " - - 'six ' ' " . " twelv On eolaaia, three aioalaa. . " .. . . . 2a S M d in , , u 4 110 00 10 00 00 00 U 00 y oo 15 00 S. 00 IS 00 25 0U irpWa are determined to make The Chronicle more intereatui to to general reader thee It baa ever hereto lore beee aad ask aad expect aa in uim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 March 1859

THE GUNMAKER OF MOSCOW. under Peter the Great. CHAPTER I. T3ie time at which we cpen our story U iuiil- inter, and toward the close of the wpnte"Dth century. Ru-aia ia the scene In the suburbs ot Moscow, and very near the rer Mvskwa, stood an humble col, which betrayed a neatness uf arrangemeut aud ebow of taste that more than made np tor its amalluesa of size. Back oi the cot was an artisan's shop, and other out-build- intra. This shop was devoted to tbe min n'actare of fire-arms, mostly. Some swords, and other edgnd weapons, were made here upon special application. Tbe master of this tenement was the hero of our tale. Ruric Nrvvl. We fiud bim standing by his forge, watching the white smoke as it curled up towards the throat of the chimney. He was vounT man. cot ever ihree-and twenty, and possessrd frame of more than ordinary symmetry and muscular development. He was not large not above tbe medium size but a single glance at the swelling chest, the broad ebnu'.ders, and the sinewy ...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 March 1859

(1 . ! .It I- mmism&r&E, bulwark of- repubahsm." D. THOBtJ RN, EDIT OR PROPRIETOR. ; .TERMS $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVilKfE Si AT END OF YEAR- JJEW'SERl ES, VOL- & NO 12. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIQiiUKSDAT, MARCH 17, 1859. WHOLE NO. 1073 n Potry. (Form the Knickerbocker.) At Sea. BY H. W LONGFELLOW. t: The night was made for cooling ebailc, tor alienee, mod for sleep. And when 1 was a child, I laid . My band upen my breast nod prayed. And sank ut slumbers fleep; t'biWIike as then, 1 lie to-night. Aaa watch my lonely cabin light. ' Each movement of the swaying lamp : ... Shows howthe vessel reels: " ' . As o'er her deck the billows tramp, And all ber timbers strain and cramp . . With every shock the feels; . It starts and shudders, while it burns, . . And in its hinged socket turns. - '-' ' Now swinging slow, and slanting low, , '" .. It almost level lies; And yet I knew, while to and fro i '. ', J watch the seeming pendnle go j Wi'h WJtless (all and rise. The steady abalt is still u...

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 March 1859

THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 17. (ttrTte trial of Daciel E. Sickles will mt taice olace fur aonie two weeks. Public sympathy for him is waning. ffJ-Mr. PsEaro.i, Minister to Spain, Las nut yet reached Madrid. Tlte excitement occasioned by the President's Cuban Mes sage has bubside-l. (ftrGuv. Dksvee bas resigned bis office ol Coniuirsioner of Indian Affairs, acd will bortiy sail to California, where be will - engage in the practice of law. (CJ-Meesrs. Dallas and Misos repre eent that the sentiments of Great Britain and Prance towards the Uaitt d Mates are most amicable and satisfactory. fj-Hon. George W. Jokes, defeated Senator from Iowa, bas been tendered the appointment ol MiaUter to Central Amer ica. Rumor says he will decline. (Or-JoHH Pettit, the notorious swear ftrg Indiana Senator, bas received the ap pointment from the President of Chief-Jus tice of Kansas, vice Lecokptz. A better associate of the notorious Chief-Injustice could not have been selected. fjrJosEFH Holt, of Kentucky...

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