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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 8 July 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. 1 AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NEW SliMES.IOL. 5. ISO. 41. ST. ('MIRSVIIlli, OHIO, FMIUV, JULY 8, Hi:!. WHOLE NO: i ? THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, PUBLISHED F.VERV FRIDAY Mor.HINn, BY II. J. HOWAItI 11. It. COWI'.N. IflCiONMORTH K1UI0 OF MAIN ST. A few dooi-s west Wt tWlttf Street TKR Ms OF BUBSORlPTiON. . It paid withintlircoiuonths, I ' ''' Ir paid aftor thattliue, H.UO Papers riiscoutimml only at tlio option of Die iihior, Wbila arrearages ara due. TERMS OFADVKRTISINO. Each tquara, (II lints or liwa,) ilircc week, 81,nn aivery additional insertion, 2r Yeariy advert iaciiicnls one column, ff-IO.OU Half column. .W t Quarter eoluinn, 15,1)0 Professional carrla 93 per annum. T r' AH lettera addretaed to tiie editor muat liapaiii to uaura allanliOII ., I I THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subierioera who do not eive express notice to the contrary, are considered aa wishing to coulinuetbeir auti- cription. S. If subscribers order the diacontinuance of ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 8 July 1853

TO THE EDITORS. LOUISVILLE, KY. June 15, 1853. Gfstlimin: Your paper ofthe llth lMt. rnntnii.s a report of in important ikbalc in the Brit lab Hon c el Lordl iii regard to tlip "Cuban slave trade." In the course of the debute it was stated by t tic Earl ol ('i.aki n JM (hut British "rruisers had already, v. illi in the present year, raptured six ol these tradtrs returning home, with their cargon or j alive." May t beg you to state what course la pursued with these captured Africans by . the British Governtnc nt! Are they taken to I British Hill, their physical wants provided lor, j their minds enlightened, and their hearts im bued with Christianity! Or are they return ed to the embraces of their kindred in their African homes! If neither, what becomes of A SUBSCRIBER. Desirous of complying with the above re quest, but not entirely conlidi lit of the oc-i curacy of our own Impression regarding the system of the British Government in the dis posal of recaptured Africans, we referred t...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 8 July 1853

CHRONICLE k ADVOCATE. MORTON J. HOWARD, ) BdtfaaM Tim FEOl'LR, AND THEIR RIGHTS. Friday irlornliiK. '' M I8..3. WHIG NOMINATIONS. FOR (iOVERNOR, NELSON BARRERE, of Highland. rOK tIKLT. UOVERNOR, ISAAC J. ALLEN, of Richland. ron TiiKAni.'tiKii nr st.tf, HXNRY BRACIIMAN of Hamilton. FOR MRtBBrSB, op VTATfl) NELSON II. VAN VORIIES, of Athens. FOR ATToaNKY lir.Nr.RAt., WILLIAM II. (ilUSON, of Senocn. FOR St PRKM K lOt'RT IVBBB, FltANKLlN T. BACKUS, of Cuyalioga. rUR HOARD OF STBI.ir WORKS, JOHN WADDKLL, of Coshocton. SKRATOR, ( DAVID ALLEN, of Belmont. boarii CF BBVSUBaTMB, JAMES HAMMOND, of Harrison. 1 RKFRKSRRTATIVrS, M ELI V. CLEAVER, of Wheeling tp. i SAMUEL DANFORD, of Washington tp. , FROSRCt'TINO ATTORNEY, D. D. T. COWEN, of Richland tp. TREASURER, I D. S. ADAMS, of Hichland tp. COMMISSIONER, SWAN C. VANCE, ol Flu.litng tp. RKCORDER, PRICE ARRICK, of Kirkwood tp. ' I'RVKYOR, JAMES McMILLAN, of Richland tp. f CORONER, 8 WILLIAM PILL, of Fcnso tp. t DIRECTOR OF INriRMARY, SAMUEL DA...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 8 July 1853

KisiN(, A young htif of VvaRpflfllil. (Knjlnnd.) rejoicinjf iti I hi RRflN of J.ucy 8 rle, wit roipnily Im nht before tin ti'ka - ' '' cliarnril frith nn iMgRjIl tliougli not of sn ayyravalal nature. ItiM Lucy, in open ilny light anil in lhf upfR Mrpet.Sttompted to kits h surly in: kri-prr ol Wake Uld. 1 1 r lawyer. In Justification ol the uffi nee, u its Hum' C'.uj'l t of ' II a lasiy RMS! n I xlf aning khfORfltl IRS ry, Il'u Ism, ki-a n bihiy, mtd a Unly civ." and the JuttlCI uiltniitrtl llic pica, ai.il dis clisrgi'l lli1 OtM amidst the IsUgiTttr ol the spectators. ClXVILAMD AXP PlTTSIU'RCfl R.1ILBOAD- It will bp en by a telegraphic dltpatch iii another column, that the subscription ol iSO!ooty Allegheny oountyf Pa, Id tin Cleveland and Pittsburgh Riilroitl Ins been legally auihorlted. Whetting liUtlHgtnetr, Dlbi or the CuURTRY. Mr. fctafiifletd writeo an elubor.ite and ubie article lor hi. Railroad Record, on the debt and credit the U. Mates. The aggregate of Ins apeculatlom are...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 15 July 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, ANT) MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. MI SBK1BS.--V0L. 5. W. 42. ST. tUBWILLI, OHIO, FRIDAY, it! 15, 1853. IIOll M. Ut THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORRIRO, . BY II. J. HOWARD B. B. COWEN. "JMf 1 FK L ( J NORTH SIDE OF MAIN ST. A low doors west of Mrerletin Street TURKS OF SUBSCRirTIOIt. tr palo wllhln three montlia, IgB If poisoner thatllme, Papera diaconlltiued only at the option of eal.ur, wliil. arraarafca are due. TKRIia OFIDTIRTISINO. feach eeoere, (11 linee or lew,) three week, H Brtff dditionl inaertion, MS Yaaiij advertisements one column, SS Half column, Quarter column, lrofaionnl carila i3 per annum. ,M ... JCTAII tellcra eddreeied to the editor must be paid to MM uentloiiOI THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. L BabKribere who do not give aipreas notice to the contrary, re considered ai wishing to continue tbelr iub- e'fpTuWrlbera order the discontinuance of their pe TiodicaU.tha publiahera may continue to emlilu-ui nu .mnaTTiarf...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 15 July 1853

STERLING SENTIMENTS. FROM THE STAUNTON (VA.) MESSENGER. )vr IHsruv What is it! A strange; infatuation seems to have seized upon the mind of the people of this country in regard to its "manifest destiny. " The opinion 1ms obtained among the muss, and spread .itself tiafMgh t lie vmious ran. Mentions o( society, that it is the "destiny" of this country to Tree all the nations of the earth. The voice Of reason, of experience, and of history is M heeded, and passion and fanatMtOI go bnwl inj over lite land. Well, we are great people, no doubt n liont it. With the germ of a population in 1779 of three millions of souls, spread over a comparatively small territory, we have grown to be a great nation of twenty-six millions of people, occupying a territory almost bound less in extent. And this, too, in the short space of seventy-seven years! Was there ever before, in the history of the world, growth so rapid! History tells us of none, and tradition Standi confounded. It has sprung up as if ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 15 July 1853

CHRONICLE & ADVOCATE. Tim rKori.lt, AND TIlEin RIGHTS. "rridny Morning, July IS, 18J. WHIG NOMINATIONS. ron ooVwillOK, NELSON BARRERE, of Highland. m MEIT. (lOVKRKOR, ISAAC J. ALLEN, of Richland. Kin TltltStSICR OF AT AT. HENRY BRACHMAN of Hamilton. ron rrcr kt ar v or rrvnc, NELSON H. VAN VOKHES, ol Alliens. TOR ATTORKKY IIKNKRAl,, WILLIAM H. C3IBSON, of Hcncca. roR nrriKMK cocrt ji'Dqk, FRANKLIN T. BACKl'S, of Cuyahoga. roR ROARD or FURLIC WORKR, JOHN W A UDELL, uf Coehocton. ORATOR, DAVID ALLEN, of Belmont. BOARD cr RIIUALIKATION, JAMES HAMMOND, of Harriran. RRrREftRNTATIVRR, ELI V. CLEAVER, of Wheeling tp. SAMUEL DANFORD, of Washington tp. PROSRrt'TIRO ATTORNRT, D. D. T. COWEN, of Richland tp. TRKARt'RIR, D. S. ADAMS, of Richland tp. C-AMMIMIOKBR, SWAN C. VANCE, ol Fluihing tp. RECORDER, fRICE ARRICK, of Kirkwood tp. HI'RVEVOR, JAMES McMILLAN, of Ricldttnd tp. OORORKR, WILLIAM GILL, of Pteasc tp. director or INrntMART, SAMUEL DANIELS, of Wheeling tp. , i i MANUFACTURING. The...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 15 July 1853

PREMIUM LIST OF THE BELMONT CO. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. At meeting of the Boinl of Mansgers of the Belmont Coun'y Apricuttitral Society, the following list of premium wns nrlopted for competition at the ensuing Fair, to bo held at St. Clairiville.on Tuesday, Wednus-i day and Thursday, the 4th, 5th Si Oth days of October, 1853. FIELD CROPS. Best 6 acres Si upwards of Wheat Diploma Si 1 4 00 3 ncres corn D a 4 00 3 ' barley D a 3 00 ' 3 oats D a 3 00 . rye D a 2 00 - 2 buckwheat D a 2 00 M j ii p,,t ,toea D a 3 00 " Aeet putitoei D a 3 00 " 2 " Timothy liny D a 3 00 " 3 " CI ivcr hiy D a 3 00 " Timothy seed D a 2 00 " 3 " Clover seed D a 3 CO Statements of the innnner of cultivating, the kind of soil and manure, time and mode of planting, and the kind of seed used, also affidavits ol measurement ol ground and the measurement ol crup to be furnished the com mittee, forms of which can be had of the 'ec'y. Awarding Committee. J. W. Fraaier, Rob't M. Wilkins &. Sam'l Clark. BLOODED HORS...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 22 July 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NEW SERIES.-1'OL. 5. NO. 43. ST. GUIUVILLI, (MID, FRHMY, JUL! 22, 1853. WHOLE NO. 823 THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, r i n i t n i i 1 1 rvrnv FRinAT morning. BY H. J. HOWARD 4 B. B. COWEN. OFFICE ON NORTH SIDE OF MAIN ST. j A few doors west of fllnricitn Street hums or UBIOIfTiOH. If pal wLthlntnree months, tl.JO If MM ftr that time, , , 1X.BU Papers-discontinued only al the option of the editor, wail arrearages are due. TCRMS OrADTKRTiaiNQ. Each square, (11 line" or lata.) three week, tJI Enrjr additional Imertion, Vastly adrertlMmentaona column, fio.m Hair column, fMJj Quartet column, ,5'u" FTofuwionst cards $3 per annum. ICpAII letters addressed to the editor roust be paid to Insure attantionOI 1 THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. I. (subscribers who do not aire aaprasi notic to tha contrary, are coniideradaa wishing to continue tbair sub acription. , , , . K subscribers order the discontinuance or their pe riodicals, tha p...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 22 July 1853

AN ADDRESS Read before the Belmont Co. Teachers' Institute, May 5th, 1853. BY JANE EDGERTON. The subject ol OrENiNO and Co:r)ttCT!Ni n school, is the one on which I shall m tempt to m ike some remarks. There nr nmong us teachers who have had mot experience, nnd arc nearer being liit-d i nddress you on this inipor'.nnt subject ihn, I can hope to be; yet, if we who are com pnrmiv.ly young in tlio profession. Ipnv nil the work for the Born experienced t do, we impoie upon them too great a bin den; and beside, show An Utiwllllnfnsl to wnik, which is not in accordance wit the character of the true teacher. Wiih these sentiments prominently be foro me. i will proceed to lay what pn sent itself, w ith as much briefness o p.ovtb'e. I'repnra'ory to taUng charge of a SChoO tlmr are D trreai many things in be take into consideration. Much self-CJtnmiiii linn necessary, for the purpost of seem tint we llmik rightly, and fttl rightt on the gr -m work we are about t-n ciin upon, The qimllflf mlmi...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 22 July 1853

ground quite rolling. All the Mucliines ci admirably, and laid the grain much better tlin the day previnus. The first utre won cut I Skymuup. & Muiuian ' Patent for 1853, Nc Vurk Rcupcr, in 31 minute. Tliia wacliii requires a man tu drive and IMthSf to ruh oft' the grain. The gnvels nrc laid of Mil IW anil with great, rogulnrity, by an expei raker. It ia worked with eaac, ha n ligl railghti and rnn cut from 15 to 20 acres p( day, vilh one pan of horse, and do th word belter than i dona by ordinary cradlinj Manufactured at Brorkport, Manny's Patent Adjustable Northern III noi Reaper and Mower cut its acre of w hen well and rapidly, the grain laid at the aid by a raker. This Reaper took the second nriz of 30 at the trial at Geneva, N. V., in com petition with eleven other machines, and th first prize, a silver medal, at the Ohio Stat Fair. Over 300 of these machines were ii use the past aenson, and the demand is dull; increasing. Palmer &. Williams' Reaper &, Self Ra ker, ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 22 July 1853

LAWS OF OHIO. Published by Authority. Published by Authority. [No 46.] AN ACT Pnr tho batter .MMftmtnt of Orphan A?.um. Si, I. Bh it phi ted by the (tfnrral Aflm bly uf the ft thin. Thai in miy count) in ll.it Swt in Wlij.:h Orplmn Asylums hnti- hwen, nr may be ctUbli hed by law, whenever it may become nn-rnarr to appoint Tniteea. Difec tuft, of olbet Corporators, nl any unch Asylum, it shall be the duty of the ProhntC JuHtfC of the Paid county iipon the petition nl tho PrnftCOi'ting Attorney oi Iftch count? or any other porton tu appoint such TrtWteea, Director or Cnrporalora, who ahall hol.1 their office tor the term of thru yeara; And the Trustees, Directors or Corpora t ra an appointed hnll hnve the management and centre of nmd Asylum, in the MM! manner sin! to the same extent M tin; 1 rtistocs ol Moll -y lu'na low r in.iy have under ft fating liiWi See. 2 llmt In U etilel of the first or second cliaa in which orphan Altlllttll btfi heen, or may b establuhed by law. or m pnfHto ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 29 July 1853

THE BELMONT CMONICLl "I AND FARMERS MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS ADVOCATE. f! new sisaiRS.-- vol. 5. ivo. 44. si. cuiimmb, oiiio, Finn, jim mm. WWII w 3 THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, I piim.imtKn F.VERV .RIDAV MORNING. Ii H. J. HOWARD A B. R. COWEN. Arnrr nv vnDTU Qinf nf MAIN RT A few doors west of Marietta Street TKRHI OP SUBSCRIPTION. If nai.l within. hrMimonlht, I.JJJ IrpaiiUncrthatllmis, 2,00 PMn discontinued only t the option of the editor, while irNHIfM are due. i TKRMS OFADV1RTUINO. Each square, (11 lines or less,) three wee, l,0O Every additional Insertion, Sj Yearly advertisements one column, 'i.'zZ , Half column, ffg ' Quarter column, I Professional cards Stt per annum. JTjyAII letters aildressed to the editor must be paid to e fciauraUcation.cOI THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not ive express notice to the contrary, areconsideredaswisrrtngtocontinuetheirsulj. r crlption. , i 8. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their pe flodleale.the publishers may continu...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 29 July 1853

;h moulded of potter's clay. Prom the 0,, 'he foot, particularly, thia sarcophagus a complete a carving could hive made L.A,e proportions, curvatures. Sic, of the rubllr'frp distinct and regular, an I in.licilcd as?l3!Tle skeleton liad bern that f a p- rson of IN- 46. wtho batter m.,,. trij,ji)t,cton, and the rock from Sro. 1 B it (" t w, ,((,., the duv after il lud been ri'hsV.uilS. Th, bones we,-, in .. good ....to or may ba etabIrvation baonma no estf ' " "r u,"r "4VY TAXES. Tlio Mansfield Herald ILS'ln.. ";;:nthete. ofl..t year and this year. Attorney "oi auchltia itercsting to taxpayer generally, appoint such IV ' who ahall hold t u ,0UUtlM3 think your tsxe right laM raSwJiC-ff? ta n i,37Sf;-:4b,' control of ul Aft of Richland county was 3 a mills - to the same cxtsn't Slr, Or 4,805 59. This year, by k tams n..w or may hrlion gjOO exemption to 50, 751. ..ii!1 added the duplicate, making a valoition of $9,135,000. One would think that the larger the property to be taxed, the les...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 29 July 1853

cbrowcleadvmate! MORTON J. lion Mil), HhM U. R. DOS) KN, Editors. TH. PROPl.lt. AND THKIR RIGHTS. I i ulii) irloiiiiiiK, .Inly "2i I 'ill. WHIG NOMINATIONS. FOR (IOVKRNOR, NELSON BARKERS) of Highland FOR LIII'T. OOVtRftOR. ISAAC J. ALLEN, of Richland. fob trkavvukr of st.tb, HENKY BKACHMAN of Hamilton. FOB KlrRKTAItY OF I 4 1 1 , NELSON H. VAN V0KHE8, of Athena. FOR ilKHMt OBNIRlt,, WILLIAM H. OIUSON, of Seneca. FOR BCPRBMB COURT JUDOS, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORK. JOHN WAUDELL, of Coshocton. SBSATOB,, DAVID ALLEN, of Belmont. BOARD CF EQUALIZATION, JAMES HAMMOND, ol Harrison. REPRESENTATIVE!!, ELI V. CLEAVER, of Wheeling tp. SAMUEL DANFORD, of Washington tp. PROMECUTINO ATTORRKT, D. D. T. COWEN, of Richland tp. TREASURER, D. S. ADAMS, of Richland tp. COMMISSIONER, SWAN C. VANCE, ol Flushing tp. RKCORDER, I TRICE ARR1CK, of Kirkwood tp. SURVEYOR, JAMES McMILLAN, of Richland tp. CORONER, WILLIAM GILL, ot Pease tp. DIRECTOR OF INFIRMARY, SAMUEL DANIELS, o...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 29 July 1853

THE SOCIAL DEGREE. I er-e before me, this evening;, iminrrniia in rlividu 'Is, of bot.li com -, unite I together a! n bnd of sisters, and Invllirrs U iiiil the pro motion and at!v.mamcnt of a gn-nt moral re-fi-mi. Nor is it for tlie promotion of one oiotkI reform, nbo, hut ror the advancement of every plan offered for the amelioration ol the condition ol fallen imn. In cammeiicinp this address, I do not imagine for a inomcni that I will be able to oiler anything new on to hackneyed a theme as this.nor ilo I rxpect to throw any new light on the already glow ing pathway of the philanthropic Templar: till, in compliance with that appalling 're solution,' here goes for something. In glancing ner our little circle, an out sider would naturally inquire Wit) are you met together thus In secret conclave? Have you any selfish motive--any worUly enJ to accomplish that you thus aocUi.le yourselves!" To the doubting inquirer I trust we are all able to say ours is not a selfish nor a world ly mo...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 5 August 1853

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. . J AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS ADVOCATE. NEW SERIES. - -VOL. 5. NO. 45. ST. CWIIWILLE, OHIO, FRIDAY, HUM 5, 1853. VHOLI NO. 825 THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, I PUBLISHED EVEHV FRIOAY MORMrlO, BY H. J. HOWARD n. R. COWBN. OFFICE ON NORTH SIDE OF MAIN ST. A ftw doom wcsloriMnrlcHn Street .. . ,,L- airnsi'RtPTiON. IT ptitl wUhin IhfM month., 'JJ 'fteIinSli,mlr a. ..o option ofth. editor, while arrearages ore lue. TKRMS 0F4DVKRTIBIN0. Eachaquare, (11 line, or lea.,) three week, 1,0 ; Kvery additional insertion, kanlSI Yearly advertisements ono column, 1j S I Hair column, is'm ' Quartet column, i Trofemional cards $S per annum. .M j Uj-AII letter, addre.aed to Ilia editor most be paid to In.ure attention .,; 11 THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. 1. Sllhaerihers who do not Rive express notice to the contrary, are considered a. wi.hing to continue their ub- ,C2iPf0"ul.cri1cr. order the discontinuance of their pe-1 rioiiieals.lhe publishers may continue to send them mi- t...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 5 August 1853

Sec. 14. Il shall be the duty of any mayor, I alderman, or selectman, assessor, city nrirshal or rtepuly, or constable, if he shall have in formation that any intoxicating liquor lire kepi or .-ld in liny tent, shanty, hut, it place of any kind for selling refreshments in any i puhlic. place, on or near the ground of any r.attl show, agricultural exhibition, military muster or public occasion of nny kind, to ' search such supected place, and if tnrh officer hall find upon the premises nny intoxicating drinks, he shall seine them, and arrest the keeper or keepers of such place, and take them forthwith, or aa soon as may be, before "me justice or judge of a municipal or police com i. with the liquors so found and seized, and upon proof that said liquors are intoxica ting, that they were found in the possession of the accused, in a tent, fhanty, or other place as aforesaid, he or they shall be sen tenced to imprisonment in the county jail for thirty days, and the liquors so seized shal...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 5 August 1853

CHRONICLE & ADVOCATE. K.Tc?wJEW,:oWAni)' j "- THR rKori.R, AND TIIR1R RIGHTS. FrlUny morning, Aug. ft, IM4S. WHIG NOMINATIONS. o FOR GOVKRNOlt, NELSON BARRERE, of Highland. ran libit, oovebsob, ISAAC J. ALLEN, of R hland. FOB TBBABUBER OP STATE, HENRY BRACHMAN. of Hamilton. FOR SBCBETABY OF STATE, NELSON II. VAN VORHES, of Athem. FOR ATTORNEY OEREBAL, WILLIAM H. GIBSON, of Soneca. FOR IOPRRMI COORT JT nur, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. FOR BOARD OP PUBLIC WORK, JOHN WADDELL, of Coshocton. BRATOR, DAVID ALLEN, of Bolmont. BOARD CP EQUALISATION, JAMES HAMMOND, of Harrison. BBPRIStNTATIVIl, 1 ELI V. CLEAVER, of Wheeling tp. SAMUEL DAN FORD, of Washington tp. FROSECTTIRO ATTOBRRY, D. D. T. COWEN, ot Richland tp. TREASURER, D. S. ADAMS, of Richland tp. COMMUB10RRR, , 8WAN C. VANCE, of Flushing tp. , RECORDER, I PRICE ARRICK, of Kirkwood tp. i SURVEYOR, JAMES McMILLAN, of Richland tp. I CORONER, WILLIAM GILL, of Pease tp. DIRECTOR OP INFIRMARY, . SAMUEL DANIELS, of Wheeling tp. The...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 5 August 1853

RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION. V gainer a mi nbcr of cst'mntc ns to the tott f tfsnprt:itib on railways from tin Amnriiao Railway Time. v!.i h uil' t.l iutomtinn. The Ti.no .,v- Ihry vM , roiiwcl b? oif the ml experienced nnrl iiUfllijjrnt managers, nurf Hunt's M itfs Bhs yjr.ftts ihtin "ii IMI totlwity: f.H of rvnnh:i ' "' ' " '' ' 1,1 mmsrntei one hl:nlre9 mil". L.itoilo5ve power, JO.:, ppf mile. One p.iseongcr car, VW 'M1') al 2 dJ- per mile ( hie bmr? a cc""' t"'r ""k"' ftvyci liiirh) One r,.;,.lmior, m par Jay; u,.e bruke- mail. 91 27 Receipt" on 40 passenjer., '-'J cnts per niiln ... , Nctt income The cost of a train with U ceiit- per mile, li estimated a ' . coat of one additional car at bUng added ,,e receipts at 102,50, make thu nctt profit The cn,t of a train with IBO pnge ll , the same with addition oi one car al Mi muk- , , log 3I. the receipt- at one cent mile, m.ik-1 iU the nctt profit 89. ... The Time. adds: "A large engltW will, draw on anv road, not exceedniff a 10 leet r...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle, And Farmers, Mechanics And Manufacturers Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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