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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 March 1859

Local Intelligence. TUB BELMONT CHRONICLE, n winna EVEEt THURSDAYMORNING D. THOBURN. Office Masonic Hall BaiMiat:, e Dmh East t the Co art House, ST. OLAIH8YILT.T:, OHIO. TERM OF tUBSCXtrTlOJf. ftnrleewhaeriber. per aaaa. $150 T erkb af five and apwarde. em. h, 1 SE5 jXyWbere dedacll on ie made as club, payment M nqiim iwciij avance.ii, terms or ADrERTituro. One mm. tea liaes nonpareil, or lens, tare tascrtiana. tl 00 Each additional insertion, SS Oa eqaare, three months. SO aix 4 08 " twelve ' 6 00 Two" Um " 4 00 - alx - , 7 00 twelve " ' 10 00 One fourth af a cotuma, three mouths, 6 . aii - 9 00 . tweiv " is ou Oao half of a colaaia. three 00 " - aix " I 00 . twelve " S Oao eomm, throe awathe. 15 00 six " SS 00 twelte 40 00 . Wo ar deterfrjlued te make The Chronicle anere tatereetiaf to tae geaerai raaaer anaa it ever hereto fore been aad aak aad azpet aa creased iatereat la it welfare br the rallaat Re publican af Belaaoat county. Fi ieada, ahall we appeal la vain? TT7BEAB I If M...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 March 1859

Punch on Petticoat Protection. I! ladies mill wear crinoline, clearly some thing must be done to protect them from its eons-quenrea. We mui-t riliier adopt the Russian plan, and give up burning open fires, or else prevent the chance of female suicide through Cun.atl with them. As it ia, we never see a lady uo the hearth-rug, without fearing she will mike an auto da fc of herself. We havn put down in India the practice of Sutler, but in England wives nd daughters sre consumed as well as widows. Clearly, if we wish to s- ad vancement in our census, we must stop fbese female sacrifices on their idi-l Fash ton's ahar. Lives enough are loot through their shoes ahJ tight lacing, without our adding cr.noUoe as a depopulating influ ence. L iilcs dr-s-cs sre made fireproof DO one, while the present slut kout fashion las.s, can wear them tafely. As deter rent Irom wide petticoats, we should pats cn act of Porliouit ut to regulate their sale, nd thou'd permit none tn be wcrn without Icing mark...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 March 1859

ft E e 4 D. THOBtJRN, EDITOR k PROPRIETOR. t NEW SERIES, VOL- 3, NO 13. 'HfTELIIGENCE, THE BULWARK GF BEPUBLTAHSM." TERMS $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVMCE-Si AT END OF YEAR- ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1859. WHOLE NO. 1074 BRESLIN'S STATEMENT. Statement of John G. Breslin, made to Alfred P. Edgerton, one of the Treasury Investigating Commission, at Hamilton, Canada West, January 24, 1859. 1 1 - t atn unwilling to comply with the pro positions in my behalf, made to your com mission by Messrs. Borland and Gibscn, on the Slst itst., not that such propositions were unexpected to me, nor because 1 do toot intend to make tbe disclosures therein Anticipated; but for tbe reason that I do not consider myself so protected, in tbe con templated arrangement, from arrest and Vial xfik the indictment in the Franklin Common Pleas, as to justify my return at this time to Ohio. My resolution is fixed and unchangeable, that t will never put myself in a position to be tried upon that indictment, ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 March 1859

Ctegtlmantdibriimfle ST. CliATRSVILLE THURSDAY MORNING. MARC"! 24 (7Tlie Obio Penitentiary has no self n bamdrsi- atd tUirty-uve prisonera;. thirty fa ore tlian there are cells. (tCrThe London Illustrated News bays that Charles Dickens has refused '10,000 (50 OOO); t a lecture for one year in tliii count rt 0i7""T repair the Ohio Canal for dam gft suffered by the flood of lest summer, 616000 above the appropriation was spent-J and by so doing $55,000 in revenue saved.) Yet tne Democratic Legialatore refuse to pay the $16,000; not because it um brd conony, but because it was done by Re publicans. Such is the Democratic part". CrSanator Johj Bell has left Wash ington for his home in Tennessee. Ilia' departure from Washington is regretted bv his many irienda in that city, both in polit ical and social circles. But more should be the regret of the people, throughout the country, for in losing him from the councils oi the nation, they lose a t. ue and tried talesman. tJ7"Tlie Washington ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 March 1859

Local Intelligence. THE BELMONT ' la rUBUBHXD EVERY THURSDAYMOIINING D. THOBURN. Office Masonic Hall Building, a few Door East ot the Court House, CLAIR8VILLE, OHIO. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION,: Siarieeabseriber, per aiinon, - $1 SO T. eluh of Fi ve and upward, eat h, I Si Jjwtn dedacti oa is wade to clubs, payment la I aired etrelly ia adraacaJU . sa, TERMM OF ADFERTlSIJfG. Oaeaqeere, tea lines nonpareil, or leaa, tbree iasertions, JIM Baca additional inaertion, 25 ' Ona samara, tbrae months. S 50 - aix 4 t twelve " 6 ou Tw." three - an 7 OU - twelre " 10 ou One fmrta ot a column, three mouths, d 0 , . , . - x - II INI "''. " t aire " 1 00 OwebeU .tacoluma. three oo 44 aiz ia wi 44 -t twelve " S 00 Mhiai. three montlia. 15 OU 4 ,,i iio Oil - twelve 40 00 JI?We are determined to make The Chronicle eavre ialcreatiaf lo the general reader than it has ever heretofore been and aak and expect an in creased intereat in ita welfare by tb aallant Be Bablicana of Belmont county. Ft lends, shall w...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 March 1859

Poetry. The Waves of Lite. !.'.! a child by the sea-ahore standing. Where the wave sweep up in lissir pnJe, I a-and by the brink ol lbs elubing year, Aud watch its receding tide. Whatever of good, whatever of wrong, To iu dubing wave I nave cast. W ill return again, wlien the tiiie roi'ain Willi the acioil of the mighiy Fast! R.rncrseless waters! ye mock eci p!ar. Ye surge o'er many wreck, I'rmauy a wreck of home arid heart, Asovt-r a ahattercii deck. But on, in the strength of iu native pride. Sweena tbe maies'icsra: bearing the yearn, wiib tin ir records and deeds. 1 o uie anuria o i cit-wuy : fcbull wc id') waLtltr uprn ilie strandf fchail we gather the shells thai lay Kurc-bued and pearl, amid the foam, 'i um4 up t) the mucking s.ray ( bnnll e heed the roar of the restless deep. While the ave- roii ud and recede. And the record tiiey hrar a bUhk, utrchance. Or a wrung or unw'urtby deed; A white-capped billow ie Hearing :h- ebure. It is welcomed witn Dupe aim icar; And the name w...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 31 March 1859

. - ... J LnJ a ." -.. . & .-. . . -,-..t . ' ' ' 1 rr "T- : ; 1 : ; , ' ' ST. CLAIRSYILLE, OHKJj 'JJBSDAl? MARCH 31, 1859.' : WHOLE NO. 1075 ; NEW) SERIES, VOL-. 3, NO 14. THE FANATICISM THE FANATICISM OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. DEMOCRATIC PARTY. SPEECH OF HONORABLE OWEN LOVEJOY, OF ILLINOIS. OF ILLINOIS. IN THE U S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, FEBRUARY 21, 1859. Within the last fire lustrsms, strange fanaticism has niade iu appearance in this ...nirM fanaticism at once monstrous fcr-d malign. Twenty-five years ago, by the Universal sentiment of the country, Slavery WM aeemed a moral, social, and political evil; a wrong to the slave, an injury to the bwber.e blight on the eoil, a detriment to all the beat interests of the communities or (State where it was found, and, in ita renex influence. A reproach and . damage to the mnntrv. Bv man?, it mar be, this evil was coneideVed incurable, lut still an evil. Bat wlthi J Jthefled - indicated, a iHtimnt hsa sprunr up. ims jaiUVSVaaw i - f...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 31 March 1859

ST. CLAIRSVILLI1 , THURSDAY HORNING, MARCH 31. (rIlon. O. H. SaiTH, Ex-Senator from Indiana, died at Indienepails, oa the IStb IllV-t. KTl (a rumored that tbe bark Rawlins I a treed si hundred Africans, oo the coast of .Florida.7 Doubtful. ' "Venezuela has consented to pay the American claim arising em of- tbe guano difficulty, etaouoting to $30,000, thui bar own-sing all differences between tbe two Uoveraatsats. ftrTl cause of lha Caee-Yrriasairi treaty being ratified, ia bscaoss of tbe Nica ragnaa Government inserting a clacts re quiring the expulsion o( and protection from all filliba.wrs.. Our Government reuaea to accept oa tbe ground that eaiating la are sufficient. Tbia game 1a played upon a by Sir Gobs Ocsi.it, who inserted a .similar clause in tbe treaty with England. jTTke Stale Jrurnal has been doing a good service to tbe State by overhauling woe of tbe file of document at Columbus, showing that Morgaii and Edcehto, the Democratic Treasury Investigators were fully aware of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 31 March 1859

Local Intelligence. THE EVERY THURSD AYMORNING D. THOBUKN. Office Haaoaie Hall Bnildine, Doora Etat ot the Coart Hase, ' ST CtAIHBTOtE, OSIO. rxjurt or tvBKMimojr. i S jj-yirfcers dsdactlss IsBiade ta ctato, Bsvs.t ja sws.y hi i i u buinin, liaa oaparssl.a tan, (bra . mssrtioss. fck sdd.tlonsl iBSSrtim. Om strssrs, tkrc swaths. Six 1 W ss t 50 4 00 on 4 M 7 00 10 OD 0b 00 is no oo ' twclw " fan mi ttreiva Oa fanrdrf a tbraa ana tat, ' six - t"SlV Ibrca lx - OaakairafacaJaam. is oo 00 IS 00 SS 0 40 00 mm trslv Oaccelaaia.tarM ai.-wtbi. tarehra ft. TTT W an d-tsrmtsed ta U Tha Chronlcls iiii.tfertlltaaaiMralrar ikaa ii baa rbreio.Taava at aa Basset aa i ersassd iaisrsst ia rtswslfar. b J"",, " aaMicaa of BrlaoM coda IT- 'i " wc BBAl "Il W1WD Th.' Ctaoniela Contains vara readiBc Batts. MiscallaBeoBS. Uul, asd enml Mrwi. tbss aayBer paper ") ii tha coasts. sad Uil it also baa tba moat campleia ad ralUb'a Markat Reports. . . Local Intelligence. MASONIC and L. O. O. F. CALENDAR. t. Ctaira...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 31 March 1859

Poetry. The Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers in New England. BY MRS HEMANS. 'Lock iv abroad ! Another race bis filled Those popaloua borders-wide tba wood recede. And tow oa shoot op. and fertile realms are tilled; Tba land is luli oj harvest and green meads."1 Bryant. The breaking wave dashed high On a stern and rock bound coas'. And the wood against a alormy sr. Their giant branches toseed. And the heavy night hnng dark " The hills and watrrao'er. When a batd of exile tnnoitd their bark On the wild New England shore. Nt as the conqueror cornea. They the true-hearted came; Not with (he roll of tba ttirriuK drum, And (be trumpet that aicga ui fame. Not as tiu fly ing come. In at'enne at.f in war. They shoos, the depths of the forest gloom With their hymn ot lofty cheer. A midst the storm they sang, Aud the stark beard and the sea; Ard ibe sounding aisles of the dim woods rang 1 o toe autuems ol toe tree: The ocean eagle soared From his nest by the tvhtte wave's foam; And Hie rocking p...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 April 1859

, . - . ' IHTELLIGENCS, 1 THE BULWARK - OF BSPUBIJCAMSM."' WHOLE NO. 1076 10 Jl Poetry. To Miss R. A. Hillis, of Martinsville. t . ville. ' iVjr tell as thow wilt soon depart . ' ' And IrtTe the friend who tore thee UU, ii" - tiou w1' live in many besrt . , , - ThttBigh to pek tb d amBra-' ' , ' We monmir when we think eo eoon " " Tby smiles from us shall be withdrawn; ; jgot then a lope dispels the gloom '-' The hope that thoa wilt soon return. , ( .- But hopes hill bright aa tbii bae fluwn . - K '-And "hopes deferred make sick the heart" . ,Ii l,rx TheB hasten, sister, thy return, it-m k. And be e-fus a jorons part. ' ' la . , But shaaldst thon ne'er return again . ' . ... . i , i . ;.-. Je er saingie a am I ft-.her frfeminhy presence icranw Be happy, sister," is our song ! On every breeze the sound shall flee. When f-iendly voices speak to thee, The sorrowing, sad, jet fond Farewell. . ' We with thee joy, and peall serene ' And tiiends as loving, true and kind As those whose hear...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 April 1859

ST. clAirsville THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 7. CO" I'll yard around ibe State House at Columbu i beiiij .ln!ed in ornamental (irThe Tennessee Slate Opposition unr miuu non.inated Jon N'etherlaxi " lr Uuvernor. ; . J-The effective fwce of Austria now J Italy baa bem increased frooi 50,000 to iiO .000 men.' j JlrFit'Tision baa been made for the en largement of the. Ohio Penitentiary. A every needful provision. frln the anticipated war in Europe, England and Ptua-iis sustain neutral ground. The ar norm is Uireotf ning. 63" Very favorable nea baa been re- A r a I . T f :.:.. -. - 'C4rive jrutri mv a.regunti ,j,pcuiiiju, u the- effect that e!l ditScul'.ica are likely to be artjusted without resort to war. costly' furrrithed ipartmen'a formerly the - residence of Lrrd Nahik. He due not rprre te notori.ty in the (tthionable cir. cleft ol Washington. rVTho nennia ,.t Wmnam u.'ilh luir littlo . Vs I 1 t opposition, voted to hold another Conven tion for the purpose o( framing another 8tate Consti...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 April 1859

Local Intelligence. THE "BELMONT CHRONICLE. .EVERY THURSDAYMORNING KD. THOSURN;. : I Office Kasoaie Hall fiaildiatr, few i- x Dxra East ol the Co rt House-, V ST. ' CLArFtSVlLt.Tn. OtilO. "'. '. . TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION: ; ,. Fincte snWriber. per t. - $150 Ts cksk ( Five u upwards, uik, .1 -'' V7VketMactii hidt to clsbs, paTQ.eirt to required strictly advanc.u . TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ... .-Oaasqa src.ica line nonpareil, ar , insertions. '4 -.Sack additional insertion. ' .One as. nam, three months. aii " twelve - . , Twa- three i- - - ' i - .0,:. .')" a - twelve '- thru. CO S 9 SO 4 00 C 00 4 00 7 0 10 UO -ta fnrth af a cahima, three months. ' six " t elvs " three " six 00 9 00 15 U 9 00 15 0 Oat balf of a column. n . . twelve Oae eoiuaia, three months. , ai . - : - twelve " 9- 00 15 00 85 OB 40 00 .: If-fW are determined to make The Chronicle anore Interesting to the general reader thaa it baa ever berete tare heea aad aak and expect aa ia- ., imiii interest la ita welfere by the gall...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 April 1859

LAWS OF OHIO. Published by Authority. AN ACT k. Unintsrr taau "An ac: to proviJa for ihe . ....n.nJ Trfula'ira ol Incorporated Com- rutief tu the State of Ohio," paused May 1. V&Z. - Sr-.iu I Be ii enacted bv tiie General Assem bly tihe Slate of Ohio, That it shall be com " ' tfOi f incorpsrateu cocrnanies hereiofc.r organiz 0, and that miy be heraaiier organised under lbs n ilu. to uovidi lor Ue creation and rtta'io:i oi wcoroor j ted comjisnus in the 13 ate ot iK."anJ the amendatory and null's a et.tary arte. u appoint and fix tlie day on wiatii tbrelll.linllliewiilSBul ellll coiiipiUliw, iy.cbali br tield. awl ai inch liie tutsiiios - null .! j-tt In law r ii.e liy-inus of the company. :.t. ltt U3iiw.cn d. - .. .. When s nnv oilier tSiaa tti? Iirst Man ray iii j lunery t-UtU bi app:iuiej mid tixed upon i-i liiiiiiiiig the annual int-eiiii!! any diupuny. i.i rii- lime ot ibe organization lliereol, til sjoie !:a!'i b; s'ated on th cT'.tticito ot .w-.fninzvi.in. and wiien anv or...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 April 1859

Mm Mil. 75) D) Ft ; r.i , .:-.er-f: ! . ' r r (':'' ('.!. 1 i.nrt., SsWaSWaajj) "J 1 41 I -f Vi4IHTELt!5ENCEt 'THE BUOTAEE : OF BEPUBLICAMSM." ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO;aHURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1859. NEW SERIES; VOL. a NO .16. WHOLE NO. 1077 Poetry. Written for the Chronicle. The Cornal of Tombs. The Cornal of Tombs. BY H. MARIA STEFFY. Upon em efi bills of Virginia, overlooking the Ohio riv.-r, a churchyard glimmers in spec- tta beauty, nks a erow at maro-v: I f Unoed beyond the smsing wave, tip to Um oroaal of grave. And anued of Hiat who la( and wvea. The taint., fbravmore. ,.;s. .. . Tha fee, bright etna a swept proudly by, feeedleta, alike, ofemile or Sigh; Or who shall Ufa, or waoaaaUdio, Cpea ita Unoaiiat aaora. '. . Yet UUmee bine wavseg learned along. Sad aunie mana-irad in their song, . A rcqaism ol thai sleeping throng v ' That '(Sty of tba Daad. 1 ' Uho natbaDaatk tho flowwa, than, Fonwsr&w srosa lean aadoanl -. Tat at sksls sasl.iyt sad, ahl wlsgfs . Hat aacfa Badvingnpirit ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 April 1859

ST. CT. A TRSVILLZ3 THURsiyur MORNING, APRIL 14. Johbsob bas been ordered to Mexico, to secure, if possible, the rights of the Transit Company. , CCrAn bid hij named Pott ee, her two eons and a grandchild, were burned in their boom in Lee, Maine, on last Thursday. QrThe Republican majority !n Michigan on last Monday was aboot Twelve Thous and. Five-sixths or the counties went Re publican, with increased majorities. OrThe latest news from the Kansas gold region is much more favorable than any previous news. Prospectors had dis- vsrsd gold in its original beds in tbe mono- tains, and were reaping a rich harvest. 03Lord Ltoss has arrived at Wash' ngton, and has been received by tbe Pres- idect. Napjee will leave in a few days. He is in low spirits. Lyobb is spoken of very favorably, and is likely to give much better satisfaction than his predecessor. 07Th President bas agreed to recom mend tbe payment of interest on all bus pended claims for the transportation of the mails. - By this m...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 April 1859

Local Intelligence. si J- i t THE - BELMONT -CHRONICLE . c . i i u u muna EVERT THURSDAYMORNING D.THOBUItN. Office JKasouic Hall Buildiap, few DoeH East t tke Coart Hoaae, ST. CLAIR8VTTiT.T!, OHIO. TZRJfS OF tUSSCMlPTIOJf. " Single oBhecrlber, pet bbbbw, - $1 SO To dab of Five and award. each, , IBS !ET"WfcCT dednetioa ssmad to clahe,aayt is reqaired strictly in adv-aBee-eCH - " TZMMt or ADrmtiTisura. ' Omqiin, lines aoaaarefl, , these I IMM. . u .. . . SI 00 Each additional Ineertioa. , . SS On muL three months. . SO - , - x . " . , ... : ..., " " - twelve " . ' " . . 6 00 Two" three -'' 4 00 i - ' - T . .. : 7 oa - twelve 10 no One forth of a totems.' three month. - an -.- ,jg " B 00 ' tverve 15 0 One ha If ef a coram, three " ' 00 " biz - is en - - twelve - ; S oo One cbtamB, three month, ts 00 44 - r. eiz . " . -.-' ' . . " - as 00 " twelve 44 40 00 itJWe art determined ta make The Chronicle ore interesting to the general reader thaa it ha ever heretofore bees aad ek and expect ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 April 1859

The farm & Garden. Plowing This moat important of all farm opera tion i often very awkwardly dne. Tbe firit requisite of good plowing ia to get a a straight furrow. Without this, no plow man caa do hii work in manner which will betr inspection. It must be as straight at if drawn by a line,nd then kept straight, which tatter ieat is quite as difficult of per formance as to get one straight in tbe be ginning. It requires the constant waicn oi tbe plowman, carefully measuring with hisj eye tbe width of the furrow, and guiding the plow with unwavering certainty from end to end laying tbe fresh furrow over as you wouid unfold a ribbon across tbe field. As a general rule, a furrow should be about two inches wider than it is deep. A furrow eight inches deep, and ten inches wide, is all a single team should do for a loeg time, unless it weighs twenty-four hundred weight or over. We usually run the alow ten lucbes deep, and a foot or more wide, using a double team, and plow ing but once ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 April 1859

NEW SERIES, VOL. a NO 17. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1859. WHOLE NO. 1078 Poetry. [From the New York Dispatch.] The Foot-Prints of Jesus. "WE HAVE SEEN HIS STAR." "WE HAVE SEEN HIS STAR." BY. W. A. DEVON. Star ef beauty, famed in story, . Herald of I be dawning day; -Herald Of tilt King of glory j Shining Wbere be lowly Uy. feeevtbe abepberda by thy beaming .' . Wandering from their folds afar; Led by ray bright beauty gleaming, To adora the Heavenly star ! Le ! before the manger bindings They adora the Heavenly King; "We have eeen bis atar descending". . Foil at licbt and trath." they sing By its beam that's brightly si raying, Lightirg np that lowly abed. The shepherds all their wealth displaying -Lay it on that bumble bed. "Hem with reverence do wa offer Hoarage to the Word of God; Her aa tribute do we proffer All ear utile atores afford. And wa pray that thou wouldst bless as With thy bo It light and love; That tbv aoirit may i And receive our souls soots : We ha...

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 April 1859

OLAIR8VILLE ST. THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL SI- fO"Tl Buntgsrf of tba tanou Nai Sail hara set jtt Battled thtir accpnnta, W timiA for thair a.'srtiasnz. So save The Washington Slattt. fcrWisconsin haa dona moat nobly in ba lata alection. rollinir OP a majority of Twtlfi Thousand, bre tbey coultl oply enak Oa Tbouaiad laat Fall. 9A Jaarful tiploaionoacunadin B;iybt Mope Coal PitsJ Chesterfield county, Va,. taat WadneadaT. Eight person are re erled aa being instantly ki!I-d. ttrh is csjxeted (bat the Adaiinietra tiea will use tba Paraguan Squadron toeo furca some strong menures not yet duter miaed in tba seiutioa of lha Kicarsguan difficult. frPoatBiaatar-Qenaral Holt has ahowfl b.'a good aenie by issuipg ordera to tb.t ef fect that c!erke who leava dtrrinj office hoars for the purpose el drinking spirituous lie, aora, do aa at lha riak of Joavng thair ait etiea. - . x- " ' C-Tba Wellington Raaaue Caaa ia 'till i a progress at CletanJ. ErsBVELL, tha firet on trial, hat been found guilty. ...

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