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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 10 March 1854

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. jj ..jj-SEs-rTvr-r . -rrr-: --r-,-r r ' 1 -i -rdtJ-Ls.. ; r..-rT--rT..:rj MBBM - - , . fT N1V SRRIBS. -VOL. 6. ST. AfflHIUI, till, WIBIT. Mill. HI 1854. WHOLE NO. THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, I rVBLItHIO KVERT FRIDAY StORRIRO, I BY n. It. COWElt. torncE on north side of main st. at ffcw doom West of Mnrlcttn Street TERM or UMORirrlOR. If hM wlIMn . months, II4 Back h. ('I '"" thr WMk' Every additional Insertion, S I MHitf """"""" '''"'"' 34'Si trtsAwta-Ml cinlr 13 per irnnn, . lrTAII letters sddrsssatUlsadUaria paid lawn (It.r.t lot,.. 1 POETRY. From Arthur's Home Gazette. FEBRUARY RAIN. BY HELEN L. BOSTWICK. Starless lb Wg ht, n'l d rr nr V; And my ear is very weary Listening to the wind's wild sighing, d And the wsts's more hoarse replying r die fitful dash and flutter h Of dead' , again 'be shatter: t TO the pattering' d lb beating, ll T Ai earring and ret.""""' e .And the riotous retrain c Of the February rain...

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. — 10 March 1854

mln free'under the Government of the U- i alted 8latee. The Senetor from Illinois telle I us that ha proposed the extension of the Mil- onri compromise line through this territory, I and ha complaint that it wu rejected by the I otee of the free States. So it wa. And i why? Because the Missouri compromise p- 1 plied to territory in which slavery was already allowed. The Missouri prohibitipq exempted a portion of thia territory, and the larger por lion, from the evil. It carried out, in rtapect to that, the original policy of the country. But the extension of that line through the territory acquired from Mexico, with the un derstanding which the Senator from Illinois and his friende attached to It, would have in troduced slavery into a vaat region in which slavery at the time of acquisition, waa not allowed. To agree to it would have been to reverse totally the original policy of the coun try and to disregard the principle upon which the Missouri compromise was bssed. It la true that...

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. — 10 March 1854

We have befora m the report of the Com mitt ob FinanrVertd claims for the Stat of Virgtnii. They make th condition of tho treasury no (ratifying; eoaseletlon for the tax-aeyers. The sctusl liebilitiei of the Bute ere 19,900,948 ST. The contingent liabilities 14,067,693 00, tottl 33,777,04J, 37. To set against this ere of sleeks at par value to the amount of j I, a 17,484 65, but of thin are unproductive 18,061,814 88, leaving productive stocks yielding 6 per cent 8,131,600,000, leaving the Interest now to be paid upon 811.000,000, with a probability of having It to be paid upon a large ahare ol the tU.OOO.ooo of the contingent liability. Thia loooke rather fearful. Whitting Out. The Albany Regiiter, ofMonday, aayathat Rev. Dr. Painter, in an eloquent and able dis course, yeaterday, on the social relations of Christianity , referrrd In no stinted terms to the wicked attempts now making to extend slavery into Nebraska, and pointed out what he conceived to be the dutiea of Christian! i...

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. — 10 March 1854

If . , -IJ VIPTICB. In pursuance ol the requsit I li (. m.iingorth.stnckheiderertiicisteBsrnee vlllo Nate AcMoInv MM nn lira tin Inn., IK nndet signed Mtrbs liellfr f-ff or their w - tratoraeraeaign.. to present their claims ror sinek ae va.ll; p.M In, to W.A. Talbotl. rt R. rrn.ier.nd NIC, la. Jodki... a committee epno.nted fr auditing the ; eosao,Mer hekre Iho let of Juri! unit. preparatory to , adlveteudof kM stock. . ... . 44 MM etockhnllen-. re Mreby refiue.ted to nn In i Bernesvlllaen In eecend Saturday In 4prll next tor I teal onHrioatloit. ' Roarer llomn, K ..Ml Mills, Bgj. HavB.r-eRT, f ,n S 1 Acting Trustees. WELL SELECTED two. hnl iTlllir 1-onds otered for slock in Cenlr.l I S" TATE Or OHIO, BELMONT COUN TY SS.-Court or Common Ple.e of ..Id county. TlTIMa'aL. dr M.o.io.a, plnlllllf. v.: 1- ' ' frcimon Vleea. end '' ' '" f new? .ndmaenfOb.n.eeliing loith that the MM i. art?n. dafendanl. i. Jn.ily indebted to litem Ij he ,in,uiJ,r a. a IKS3. Said sum of monoy, I h '" LtdTl"...

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. — 24 March 1854

rr -it irrr .f.-r.-r , m- .. lUi'l"nr- ' - ' - , THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. ANb FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NBW S8RIBS.--Y0L. t. M. 24. ST. (UIIW'ILLB, vHI9, PRID1Y, MitCII, 24 1854. mil M M THE BELMONT CHRONICLE rlLUVn rvsitr r mn AT MO RMS, it V B. It. COW Elf. OFriCB ON NORTH SIDE OF MAIN ST. "A rv . dears went of IHnrietts Street tfimi or UltUtirTIOR. fL mi n it pal wlllilninrasmonina, wkilaumram art due. TKKHI OrADTKTIIlNO. JEack s,mrs. (11 lin !".) "' " '4? Parjr luWItional Insertion, Joariy advsriiaamsnisaas calua, WS alf talunin, 15 00 nuarlar ealunin, rrafasslonal crd. 3 per annum. -. i JET H ,u,r a ths '! ,t H POETRY. The following betutiful line were written by a young lady, in London, whose father wte nee wealthy meichant. He died a bank rupt, end ibe is now in extreme destitution. HOPE. Hope wai a rosy maiden. With laughing merry eyi , But "she always ahut them pretty cloae, , When atorma were in tha akiea. "Pho! pho!" ahe cried, " 'lis but a eham, I Th...

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. — 24 March 1854

THE CLERGY'S MAMMOTH PETITION Exciting Debate in the Senate. On Tuesday last, Mr. Everett presented to f the Senate the memorial of over three thou- ' sand Clergyman of New England, of all dc- 1 nominations, against the Nebraska bill. ' Tne memorial was rciid na follows: 1 To the Honorable, the Senate and House of l Representatives of the United States, in Congress aaaembled: The undersigned, clergymen of different denominations in New England, hereby, in the name of Almighty God and in His pres ence, do solemnly protest againstllre passage of what is known asthe Nebraska bill, or any repeal or modification of existing legal pro hibitions of shivery in that part ol our nition nl domain which it is proposed to organize into the territories of Nebraska and Kansas We protest against it as a great moral wrong: as a breach of faith minently injudic oasto the moral principles of the community: and subversive af all confidence in national engagements; as a measures foil of damper to the pe...

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. — 24 March 1854

Tke Black Warrior al'ill remalna la port. lon of the aifthoritia; the offlrujrs and crew femainfhg oh Viard. No new ittf the Pacific yet. MARRIED. On Thuredar the 9th of March, ty Samuel king Esq. Mr. David Nf.rr and Miaa. Ki.i.m M"K"F.,n!l of Uelmont County. I.ove, scrims aptirddsn. When the heart's deep lounuin lay . Ana Cherished, h their hallo4red dew, ItHhricH p. kwayY On the 31at inat. by the Rev. John Moffat Mr. Johr M. Bell and Mlaa. Anka L. Bill. COMMERCIAL. RETAIL MARKET. ST. CLAIRSVILLE,March 16. .8 Butter. 10... is Floor, $7,36 Haraa, ,10 Shouldera, 7J Sidea, 7 Corn Meal, ,60 Sugar, ,5jf96 Coffee, ,16014 Molasses, 31a),35 OaU, 45O50 Clover Seed $5,50 Timothy acarce 3,25a3,60 Dried Apples 1,00 Naila 8a9d 5,00 Buckets ,26 Salt per bbl 3,00 Lard ,9c Candlea tallow ,16c " atar ,30c Cincinnati, March 20. Flour dull, no sales. Nothing doing in in provisions, market languid. Good demand for sugar SO hhds sold at 4a5 for common & , primp. Molasses 12a23. Clover seed ad- 1 va...

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. — 24 March 1854

AGRICULTURAL. SPRING WHEAT. EdttorsOhio Cultivator: I sm firmly of the opinion thai spring wheat would be a valuable acquieitioa to ihe crops in ime auc tions of our State. All rich, low ground auit ble for meadows or corn, and where winter wheat would be hovenotit by the Irosts, would j moat suitable lor splint; wheat- alllKinjth try rich toil would answer well. It wants to sowed as esrty as possible in the spring, al though I won d rather wait ten days or two weeks to hare the ground tolerably dry than to do aa aome writcra recommend sow early if you should, ade shoe deep in mud. Where seed can bo had in the State I do not know. I gristle arrangements with a mer chant formerly ot this place, but now residing in Illinois, to furnish me with w hat sued I and my neighbors Wall and noticing the gcitemeet that was getting up on the subject I made inquiry whether he OOUld furnish any mount, if wanted he replied that he could, nd furthermore says l list tire ariety cnlred the white club,...

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. — 31 March 1854

.. THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. NBW HMH,--HL. 6. NO. 25. ST. CWIIMME, OHIO, FjtipR MARCH, 31 IM. 1'MLI "I.""m ' , ' " ' " 1 . - ,WL...fc.j ... ........ r - THE BELMONT CHIt ONICLE PUBLISHED KTEBT TK1DAT MOBBIKO, is v II. It. COWEN. 'OFFICE ON NORTH SIDE OF MAIN ST. A few doors west of Mnrletta Street TKRM or OiaORirTION. If MM within three montlia, S'lJJ If paid after thalltme, . .S.OB ranere dieconlimierl ealj at the itlan or the editor, 'klli...r r In TERMS OFADVKRT1SI NO. achaqnare,(lllineer leea,) throa week, $1,U0 JRrery additional inaerlion, .! Yearly advenieeiiieiite aua celunan, 4n,ou Half column, IWg Quarter eolumn, is. rrofeailonal cardu $tl per annum. JDAII latlert addreaeed to Ilia editor mt be paid to naure Mtot.i . I i POETRY. MORE LIGHT! It it rarely we meet with so much passion and fervor in a poem as in this very aweet , religious Lyric. The last utterance of the great Goethe was, "More Light:' and these , lines areayi ...

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. — 31 March 1854

courage, the prisoner glided long the rope, above the heads of the sentinel; he crossed the street, lind round himself In the arms of hit wife ind beside the cradle of his child. Such in adventure required the hero's cour age and thefphilosopher'e caution, snd none but those who were personally interested in it can ever imagine the feelings which must haro agitated .their hearta! Prom lime to time when the night waa dark, every knotted cord would glide Irom windovV to window and the prisoner would past from knot to knot, and enjoy delightful hours of converse with her whom he loved best on earth. Judas—His Price Paid. The ladies of our neighboring village of Alliance have forwarded to Stephen A. Douglas the following letter, accompanied with &0 pieces of silver bright, Rett) three cent pints. He has now only to go out and hang himself and the parallel between him and his prototype is cumplete. To Stephen A. Douglas, of Illinois: We, the undersigned, wives, muthers and daughters ...

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. — 31 March 1854

-J-.U aUJ. II.- ' T- Senitor Mason, of Virginia en the ocea Ion of the presentation to the Senile of the Clergymen's petition, after elating that the "right of all citizen of '.he United States to petition either the Honate or House upor. sub jects properly before (Jongresawasone which he hoped never to aee denied," aaid: "This memorial, however, wan nf a charac ter different from othera. It enmo from a r lass of persona who had laid aside the charac ter of American citizens, and nddresaed their petition ae ministers of the Gospel. They petitioned aa ministers of the Gospel, and not citizena. As ministers of the Gospel they had come here and denounced the action of the Senate. They did not stop there. In their character as ministers thry hsd the tem etry to thresten the Senate with the venge ance of the Almighty, whom they professed to preserve. Such language was not respect ful to the Senate. "Minister-! of the Gospel, ns such, were un known to tho Constitution ofthc United Sta tes...

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. — 31 March 1854

II' I I I 1.1 1 a. wiToat. c. n. woi.rr. ac.m joi. oto. J.airr. WHITMORE, WOLFF & CO., In ro ril i I D WltOLKSAll Dkalkki in Foreign nml'Doinestio Hardware, ION or Tilt ANVIL, ffo. 60 WW Stmt, three dooos nbovi tht St. I Char let Hotel, Pittsburgh, I'H. j Ate now In reeelpttof th.ii Spring supply. Thcir.tnck ; af Foreign Hardware was selected illicitly Irnm Ma MARTFAC1TRK.RS by one or Ihe linn recently in I pnrrha.rd in lha hot ca.ii lermt, whlfh enable. mm to oiler in'afnin'i to dealer, and assure cii.toni art of their anility and lipo.ii inn tn supply them Willi good, it (hi- lerr.f Prim. We won'd especially invite We.trrn Mrrchaitia who buy In Hie Caefera ,VaW.-r. to i an traaiain "I our Bloet knowing nnr piruhar facil- I .(tat for procuring good, give us a.lvautagc. trilll thru- , aaraiica to " rui'i'' '""'' or. We are constantly maKini aililil.nna M our dock, i Among our MaOflMH M may be found the lollutving: 30 caekl chains, tt. 31' don. ars, ait. , .. ,nTI, 7ci"-ra,l!e-l ...

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. — 7 April 1854

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. . .. . - , ; r- tl 77- '.I.' - . ?.''.' l.'V ' T- r ! : : r -Mr-- - , . , . - ..... J ...... I I aaosA 7- - " , : 1 NEW SBMRS.'-yOL 6. NO. 26. ST. CHIRSVILLR, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL, I 1851 HOLE HI. 1 THE BELMONT CHRONICLE! FU1LISHED EVKRT FRIDAT MOBNIICO, BY It. II. COWEIf. tiFriric ON NORTH SIDE OF MAIN ST. A few doors west of Marietta Street i mm sr aussoairTioa. If paid within three montha, WMR wkile arrearage" ' Jue- TKRMS orAOVKHTISINO. Etch .quere, (II line, or Iraa.) Hirer week, 11.00 Rrery arlilitiniial tii.erlion, anas Vearly anvertisanienleeiie column, '. IUII column, Quarter column, Professional caril. 13 per annum. ..,., k. j , jq-aII leitere addraoeil to the editor muel e paid to raure attontion.U . POETRY. For the Chronicle. THE MIDNIGHT CRY. BY BELL KLAPPER. The full orb'd Moon, lair queen of nifrlit, I Hod spread o'er Birth her silvery light, And eloadlfM wns the Bky; ' The waning windsscareo s...

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. — 7 April 1854

ASSAULT UPON THE CLERGY. Democratic piper continnt their aaasult 1 upon the clergy. They expect to he able to i frighten them into submission, or to render ihem odious to the people, end thu neutral ize tbeir efforts. Asa specimen of their mode of warfare, we copy the follow ing infa mous article from the Ptnntylvanian, theorgan of the party in this State, which it appears credited to the Cleveland Plain-Dealer , but is placed in editorial type, in a prominent po sition The editor of the Plain Dealer is the Potmtet at Cleveland. Shorter Catechism for Yooro Clergt en IrotnnToi mi Wbststinbter. Young clergymen step hforward! Hold up your heada! No treading on toes,nor crow ding in ranks! Prepare to snswer! 1st. Why do you urge the saercdness of the Missouri Cempromiee, and deny tke aanc-( tity of the Fugitive Slave Liw Compromiser ttd. Under what commission are you em powered to denounce the Nebraska Bill "in the name of Almighty God!" Paper and p-oofa wanted. 3d. Did "Almighty God" 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. — 7 April 1854

OltJo Tmacco Ohio rat, in liftO, IS, 464,460 lb, of Ub.eco. Thl. w,mo.t of ii. rtlMd in four or G'v count i in lh Ettt ra 'of tha Stala, via: Bslraont ,IS1,508 IU. Guarnaey 1,718,1 1 Monro 1,61,705 " Wathingtot, 640,39S " In tbo wtrn pt'rt of th Sttte the only art amount raitad wa in Inwn, which tu i,a79,6io Ibt. 0r-There ire over 700 Joiirnsyrtun c.'r- ptnten in Cincinnati on a strike lor higher wegee. OlTurfc McLean end Leavltt ere tbeut tringrftf out, fn one of the leading law Jour nal of Cincinnati their report of the testimo ny and their aeveral decisiona and charge, to the jury in the Martha Waahington trial at Columbua. It will bo looked for with internet. SMALL POX! Rumor Of the tSmall fox being in our neighborhood, are prevalent, h would be prudent to all person to take the Visual pre caution, and prevent the aprea'd 6f this loath some disease. To be vaccinated with good matter and from a healthy aubject ia known to be a certain preventive. We are informed that Messrs I. H....

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. — 7 April 1854

-.--eaaaTfTt-aaaa. I H S a. W-tTBoaa. c. ii. wni.r. MI lol" t1, J. tttt WiiiTMonn wolff & CO., Ia NlnM WlluLMll.il I'tAieSS IK Foreign antl'Domestic I.Hrtimirc, ION OP THIS ANVIL, Ho. 90 Wood Street, three doom stbott lh St. Chart, I Hotel, l'illhur.Th, P. Are MW In reeeiptsnf their Bprlng ailpidy. Thciralm k f Foreign H.ritvrera was selected dlrcitly Irion the M NUF ACTl II LBS ly mi" ol Hie llrm recently In Knr.n, p.irrltasrd ill the Itesl cash lernie, wlnrli enables them toe fitr .a.cessaar.io dealers end assure custom- ol their il. lllSpUSllllUt t" M.'PK ' Mt al the t.ra.1 Pri- W won d c.,ieciallv invite Western Brrchants who 'uy In ''. .Waste's to n iianiulix "I our !"" k knowing nur peceliar fatil ieise for procnringgoode give uaa-l vantages Willi three nrmci in MfftmrltUtt frim tne euarter. Wi are MHHM y Miknii adlitione 10 our Bioak. Among our aaeartuient may be " "" fillowiii: BOC-kech.ine, I . T " niiliin " ' "ore. SO(l da r.acnliss S kens " tM .. V'urw " engross seeth...

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. — 14 April 1854

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. AND FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ADVOCATE. i - f. . , , , i- NEW SERIES VOL 6. NO. 27. ST. CLIIRSVILLB, Hit, f MBIT, APRIL, 14 1854. t'MI M. tt THE BELMONT CHRONICLE natitno btbbt fbioat MoBnino, HT II. m. COWEW. 'OFFICE ON NORTH 3IDS OF MAIN 8T. ;A nw 4cn wnt cf lrlrieta ..re lr aMwttniihfths. ''SSSaisa . " wUitrtM I It. Met.. (It lln. MlJIhM "'g additional liwttlea. ml Ut.iumn. uoo utf clnnfi. POETRY. REPORT ON SWINE. W. Mitchxil, Esq., Chairman of the Committee on "Sheep and Swine," reid 'rhyming reportat the Uble al Taunton, Mass., rseently, which eppeere in New Bedford jftrcfcty, from which the following extreeta era made: "W find th. hog hath, sine the world began, Been ranch deadend, f.iibful friend of man; The learned trad tier en the biped ride Sneer et the pig they do not dare to ride; i their sarcastic way theV call him fool, Boeaaee whan .beared be yield, more cry th.n wool. With all the eenae th. critic'. knll contains. Think you a kogs-...

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. — 14 April 1854

A WORD UPON PLOWS AND PLOWING. Suocem ii farming depends very much upon eVe proper preparation of the soil for iho re ception, and roady germination of the seed. There his been o great a rage for -'easy running plows," losing eight of the requisites for due pulverization of the oil. - That is the best plow, which shall most perfectly pic pare the ground for the free penetration of the roots end their minute fibres, to the greatest required depth. . A mould board considerably concave, if of duo form otherwise, will paea through the ground easier to the team, than one different ly formed. Hut in the great majority 6! ca ses, what you gain by this peculiarity of con struction, in Mae of draft, you more than lose by Want of proper adaptation ofth', soil to your crops. In sandy, and in certain states of some other kinds of soils, it is not easy to pass any kind of a plow through the surface, "without the soil being tolerably well pulveri zed. With the generally flat, and tonacione soil 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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belmont chronicle, and farmers, mechanics and manufacturers advocate. — 14 April 1854

0-IroTiTto ReUnARCI Commiiu. -rlt was held fn il"'""! ?H ."J If ork Court, that, wliere properly it stolen ilurine aj fire, wlileh prftpprtjr wsa t llie tlass corned by m inetirancp, andhy reason 6t,ltit flra trtcame unavoidably expoeed to thieves, arf intiirniirr- eompanjr feeirnot bs neld retyonj Ible for the loaa of tbe same, as lt la Hot loaa by fire or by reason of tha fire but a larceny committed at tha) fire, to which an brdinary fire policy dor not iwlerrd . Otj-fhe email jpox ie raging with great violence atnongsl the l.'hlppewa lndiJn, long the south .hereft of Lake BuperinV fntl tt'the head waters of ihe Chippewa rifer. 8t. Lows Rm:ctioji. The Hentiiti, Anti Nel.rn.kn Candidate for Mayor, Hr llow.ritifi been elected, by a very heavy majority; -end the .whole B.entja.0 ticket for city AfftaV hai been likewise, succoaajful. ,Tb JRtgublican, the Whig aijjirwWef'rias dirUino5t sdvo cetvd Douglaea' Nebraska bill, and in this lection made it a direct issue againat the Benton ti...

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. — 14 April 1854

T moat c. . ntrr li- BK m' axrr WHITMORR. WOLFF A CO., In roeraee eHB WiU'IMilt Imaa.aa lH Foreign nndjDomostic Hardware, SIGN or THE ANVIL, ffe. 59 Wixtl Sh-tri. thrit dooos abort the St. Charltt Hotfl, Pittebanrb, Vm. Ar anr In rerelpleof their Sprlngeunply. Thelretock or rtrlin Hardware nu .elected directly from the, M kNCFACTURERH ljr one nl ihe firm recently in Creee parch-ieed In the heal caah terma, which enehlee I hum to otr iadartwear to tlealera and awnre eaevnm or of their ability and rtlioelllnn In anpply them with geodeet the (.reel PHr.fWe would eepeclally invaln Weetem tlrrchante who hay In the (uNn .Marten in an nniHlIn "I otu Stock knowing our p ocmliar ee,. etiee for procuring goode sue n ailvantagee with the aa enrenoe to de e.eveliri.n rem frlir. W are cnnelanlly anaklltf addition to our Flock. AmonfottrMtortnwnt niy hefnind the following: SO eeeka chaina, aat. SCO dot. aief, eat. S " anvlle !i7eeeee cut ft Ml " II epflngATa'imi." :0 ' eerewe 7 " 8peticer ftlea "...

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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