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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 January 1857

Original Poetry. Spring and Winter—Youth & Age. BY ETC. I .7 v And Ma rruitaniM Bat oa bia knee. ) -aVsd ate boy's brif hfeurla, and ais gl awing face. V iWefe plea: image to see. ' fwnd was rattlibg tha window pmna. r U atomkinf was ayl ia bis wrath, - faowadMd strong asks moaned. ' vl woodland path. "ivjit ia win tar now, Ty thing; . -tarda are gone, " -"1. i I - $ etap. owing aya, Y " . - r Valla." eya. Idler, . . , asy rer mother tisi- n life it eV. i . ST V'ilbailu. ' adhan , , intbaaaak. mabriflila "' oft lb w i . i tail uti cc, I ' n aaitr Icrai O. Ungaoabyau. A JraiCKlaom k i- i -. ba pat. recalla VcgeaTat, 'V-i ' s'bafaU -i'. atrong 1 Igs cling, -i; iW - hrlooflad akiea ' . ndwiaa. r plAaura yielda, jjlMearV ould welcoBta yea! tacenoa k riaaa Biirtli aaaw; waaw ; ;'';. 'poi is loand, ' mareat, '''.' ara drowned. V-. - ee tanew, - - . V aaiara, 1 uaca aiara. ' fc 1 flS . 4 ..J f . it awJ flaeung ia !b jojr ' ich waain would a I wart elinr: C . Jvplciure hu ita cWt, 'AM t...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 January 1857

Belmont Chronicle. i 'Eternal hoctilitr to every'form of tyr- .-i n.r -..-) r -over 'the miatt of Man." -D."THOBURN, - - - - . Ecito. f ."".'.ThoTaday Morning, Jao, S, 1807 Signs of the Times. Present circumstance show th-t in the Democratic tisrty there re ire.n? men f many mind. And whether Their differences can be reconciled is naw becoming mat- ter of very serious doubt. Democratic pa per of ihe South are loud in condemnation rather of of the Northern or Northern men who nv.y be consiJereJ l'ie standard bearer of tbe patty. That Senator Bigler -v. in favor of making Kansas a free stste, and hia supposition that Bcchajax vr of the unt mind, s news that the South wis not ia condition to re ceive without grumbling. Ia consequence that cherha bobby of Cist and Douglas, Squatter Sovereignty baa become exceed V ing'y Ji' Southern maiket;anJ one thing -- -i certain bet the North mint either five :i p thi particular plank in thtir platfurm r array- themselves gainst the South.. '." But ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 January 1857

Local Intelligence. Time Table the C. O. R. for the Stations in this County, Dec. 1st. - f '.'0 - - - I AIL. axruss. S SO a. a. t (10 r. K. l " Sr2S " :lk 8:41 S6 " C:31 " 8:SS " :S0 - 1:15 " I.-08 a. a. 1S r. a. S.-W " 3:34 " 5 33 - J:3 S:4 j:47 - 1 - tm - fcM - 4:3 - ;.-. lavs Betlair kWM ' b.w' Mill . a t- itl ' si r - otmm bast. Tir -K Baraesvllle -. et aVi: Sarr1. Mill IS Bel ' ' I? '"' " ."IsrwSa' Mill ' 4lera Sk-ll... CHURCH DIRECTORY. f "1J4 i AeSBTTEUAV CHUBC ''JV Waton.T. PMic worship eve l Jk. a. at. aad 4t a'esaek. r. a. CHUBCH Faur. Bev. Job every Sshtvat h el 1 1 .'clock t Jk . ui 4t 'clock, r. a. Baeftatii Kcnooi as 34 J-TVeloek. F. a. Prf awetins ia lh bumeit JBSOCIA1 E REFORM CHURCH Ka retnr " Tartor nor refnlkr paMf aemc at rpni METHOniST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Pastor, Re. Jo. WooMorrc rahlic wennip crerf hb . kmth ai 1 1 o'clock, a. a. SaMialn Brbool at 84. r. a tnrlETF p FB'F.NOS-Two kranclw. Ortho ex ar Hickaiti Pahiicvorabtp oa Pirat Daj and onrui Day at 1; ccioca. a...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 January 1857

Times for holding Courts in the Eighth Judicial District. WE, CeBWOToi V. SeaiiEi Robeit J. Alexaides. od SAKrn. W. Bobtwioc, Judges of th Coort ofConimon Pie In the igb(b Judicial Di'bict of the State of Ohio, in pursuanct of the power tested in us by law, do hereby order tbat the liir.ca tor hold ing the Court of Common fe and JJis trict Coort within said District, in the e eral counties thereof, be permanently fixed a follow, vix- - - Tbe terms of ihe Cuurt oft oinrson Pieas ahail hereafter commence and be huldej) an nus ' .ly in tbe FIRST SUB-DIVISION: In the eeuntv of alutkiogum. on tha eec- ond Tuesday of February, the firn Tuesday of May and the first TurWa; of Nuvember. " In the county of Morgan on the third Toeaday of March, the se;ond Tuesday of JoBt. and the third Toeaday of October. Ia the county of Noble on the first Tues day of April, the fourth luesdav of June ' and the first Tuesday of October, and in the SECOND SUB-DIVISION: In the 'county of Belmont on the second T...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 January 1857

Massage the Governor of Ohio, TO THE TO THE Fifty-second General Assembly, AT THE ADJOURNED SESSION, COMMENCING JANUARY 5, 1857. Fellow citizens of the Senate, Fellow citizens of the Senate, end of the House of Representatives: i ill r; 0i " . Vln','' V t" eame tin 1 "and grei f. toral So 1' "i-.: k.. i If .r?jy jcelleac . toent, an - 4 r ltIvlrMiB jpac.?rtlbgrMtpteaaaf, tothe h'Bnt kwm af tha General Assembly io the Is simplicity of Design, la aarsaony of ... rojirtiona, mo ii massive solidity of Struc- t,U fUnqi. tod By it ions; aland, caon ent and ' symbol of the dear Faith, the i: vllrijpted lestitotiuDS, and be enduring , Greatness of the People whose Huase u U. ' ' Tha year which be just elosedbras beea fced ay the steady advance of the great araote leteresis, lor we preseatfbav e aa aaaads6 our care, in ail the ele- -nUf tso,it.h, konor and power. Tbe returns of Agriculture, though )eaa sbdant (ban in some more favored years re yet been sufficient to supply abundant- our want...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 January 1857

Belmont Chronicle. "Eternal hostility to every form of tyranny over the mind of Man." over the mind of Man." D. THOBURN,----EDITOR. Morning, Jan. 15, 1857 Governor's Message. This document fills a lerga portion of pur . rtJr thi weak, to the exclusion of less in teresting matter. It i a very tble message-. altogether worthy of the Chief Executive at or State, tod a!o o( the great State itself. It it clear, comprehensive, and to the point, having acorrecloees and dignity oay coamion ta itielf. In sum, ;'. ia a model Mes sage, which stand up in striking contrast with that flimsy document of the Present. Let every one give it a carefal reading, anl put it by ia aafe keeping, a it wii be valuable for future reference From it we glean that our State ia in a very prosperous condition, and that finan cially it ia particularly ao. The expenses of laat year, with our Legislators to pay, were lets by over $330,000 than they were Le preceding year. This is a fart worthy the Consideration of vo...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 January 1857

Local Inteligence. Time Table for the C. O. R. R. for the Time Table for the C. O. R. R. for the Stations in this County, Dec. 1st. a t - - . -I etas. ' I aavaeaa. i ' a., a. - ta . a. ei - MS - . , M .f , M " 3i ' -: - " 131 " t: - sa - a - s ". a. ' r. MB M - ' i:J :3 - in - m - . I bI - 4 OB. - - - ;30 'fcetVeir Learia Mi Us Selsaoet sera aflat BvawrUM - mm m aUraeevHle CI4 CHURCH DIRECTORY. "WMtTTWIAW CHOtCH faw. . Jan raMicwsnbiaarcrwikbaikatlla'clack . i.nlH e'enae. r. a. Sabnaie Schawl at Si Vctoek. r. a. fraye WMI ia ba aaaeaMat a a . VMiaU eveaint;. A840CIA1E REFORM CHUtCB e regi - . .r wnbf imWk eeriee at pi sac at tfHOMdT BT I SOOT A Is CHUarH Paatar, .. Joe. Woaaaurra. raMic arershie mf ReS at II e'elock. a. a. Sakbatk PrBsalaa t. a. ..'IKTY P rtlBNDg.Tare Waacae.. Onae Bad Hicketle reMicweraaie aa firel Day Bad raj Oar at 11 e'eJees. a. a. Advertising. r.jVT. Prrrwonj. & Ca . New York ana Boat on; 3.&cnu. Near Yark: lira A. Cnorur, and V. fatam. Philadelphia, ar...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 January 1857

' meat; and their cruel trettinnt, constiti te dark chapter in be dark histary of wrong and murage ia Kanaas. Oa receiving this appeal I thought it right to address an earnest letter to Gov. Gear ia the behalf oi the prisoners. I a!ao utr their immediate relief a aum-of taaoey contributed by private beneficence, which, however, failed to reach the deetina tioa in consequence of the necesaary retura f the gentleman to i om it was eutrusted without hsv-DZ entured the Territory. It gives me pleasure to inform you that moat of theae priaonere have aince .-scaped or have been acquitted. I am not a are that any of them yet remain in confinement. Annthor of the ranimonica'.tone cornea from a committee ot Ohio Settlers in Kan aaa, representing, that the envsranta from Ohio number acveral liondred: that they emitrraled to Kansas in fu 1 fai:h of peace ad protection: that they held no doctrines vther than auch aa are coiniron in Ubio: that, coming from a Free State nd hoiJing auch sentiments,...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 22 January 1857

Original Poetry. What Is Memory? - i i ) rt 3 I 5 . . . What is measorrf Tnaeaeket ' . .. When in stored most priories (cxm, - " Each one plucked fiom 'moag the jewels l.rV Sparkhnf ia Time's diadems. - Wht U Memory ? Tis a garden 'Plutedwii lb tidiest fower, - Epringwrg op from wed engendered - - -. . Ft tin suanint of Life1! hoars. r . ' Metnor) 1 ; Ti a pathway '', - back y f ej .latre we End the treasure " " That oar childhood need to know. " What la seemoryf Tia a river ' ""'"a if through Life mighty sea, ' 3iorog ibe swift eaTreot ' to Eternity. V1" -anoryl Till pictups J a. , are colon bright and sad - dbj Time'aakillwifingMa.r' ' Till the pictaraaU looka glad. ,. The Fugitive. 1 1 4 . A noble nan of aabk brow . Came to my humble cottage door. t Wim feeb'e, hnmbling steps, and alow. And asked if I enuld feed iba.poor " He begged i 1 1 bad anght to give, . To aid tbe panting Fugitive.. . I told him he had fled away. ; From hie kind master, friend, and home; .That be was black ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 22 January 1857

$ckmt Commie. Mar er tae.miaa of M." Thursday-Morning, Jan. 22, 1857 To Our Readers. Were H amoag the possible things we W.old like to bare a familiar Ulk with yen individualy. krt this being out of the quee- "' now mt lea.t we will just bsve chat " . t with yon through the medium oi our mutual friend the CmeoricI-E. Now the nrst in we hare to aay ia that you mutt not judge tooharahlv of oa at first, for it baa been ' aaid ofua that we sreor welt, and it i likely ' that our after visits wil be more accept able than io. We do not expect to pleas yon all, nor ahall we labor aa hard to thia end aa to do our durv. But be" reasonable and make allowances for the varities ! ' taste, and reaember tbit every ooe cannot bare all things to bia pleasure, ana we win ' at leas, hare a much easier task to perioral ' and also come much nearer pleasing you. " Some of you do not like the.e Song Botches and Messages, and while thry are what is wanted by many, othera throw th paper aaide with the excla...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 22 January 1857

Local Intelligence. Time Table the C. O. R. R. for the Stations in this County, Dec. 1st. 4 ! mm m. But. cxraiaa. " Lavaai - sMlair - ,, - S-S a. M ' Cine l " MS " lwis-Mitts - :IM - sMasoat . - - : - Bart' sfill - . ai " M " Haraearilia - - :5 S " . , . bast. ' ImiHTiili - - 5-fl" a. . U F. . Ban Mill . S:94 " r)nt - - S:M - T - V I.cavls' Mills . - . - 47 Cmni - . - fl 4M " aWilair - fcM 4M CHURCH DIRECTORY. Tt tw?" . st. 'cic Wed- rn- - .- r "YTeilAW CRUICH fastor. Hev. Ion O'Mic arawaaia averv tMMiaih at II o'clock -Kc. v. a. 8ahfcath flchmsl at Si rayar awauaa tM bassaaeat a a e. .KPOW CHCBCH Ko rn'ar r mmk sanrtca at nrsastH . EPISCOPAL CHURCH Pastor, Pablic worship evsrv Pab ai 1 1 Vetock. a. a. Sakkath rVhool ai Si. r. CiETT P FstlEnTDS-Tsra branches. Onho aid Hlcaaiia PaMtcirrsni;a Firat D.j and ta lav at 11 a-ctsca. Advertising. S. M. pErnsBtu.&. C . New York and listen; . S. Scbeu. New York: Of A. CmoruT, and V PAtiias, Philadelphia, are onr auUiorned adver- . " aa wi...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 22 January 1857

Agricultural. of Feeding Farm Stock Steamed Food. The scarcity of grain in ihe year 1851 and 1856 baa led to the investigation of more economical method r Ceding farm tock. TboutanJ of larroera who had formerly been in the habit of feeding hogs, cattle aud horaea upoe dry earn in ihejs.r. have found saving of at leaat twenty per cent, io frindinor cleaning the coru ted to their stock. But recently. till greater improve ment baa been adopted by a pysteu. of more thorough preparation of the food by steam ing or boil'iDg. which renders it mora per , feci!? adapted to the natural demand of the animal economy, thai securing the p. r.ect digestion of all the grain coof uined. Oa the 16th of JulJ ,a4? Mr- Stmuei H - Ctayvof Bourbon eouuty, Ky , put up aix thrifty bogs, averaging in weight about 250 pound each, mese ne iw cooked meal taking 50 pounds of meal, ad ding water, and boiliug ituuti. me meal nao absorbed sufficient .lerw increase ths bulk to four hundred and fifty pounJs of mush -...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 29 January 1857

Original Poetry. The Deserted Bride. rl 'He comes not! thro' Img, weary boar. , Tws wreath of gems and Orangs flowers My actios; brow ha spao'd: Ha eromiaed to ream at i . , "ToeUim," be said."! priajceless boon -Ci Vofmy'voeng heartaad hand.! .-..:.'. tlat bo the day ia almost done, ' ' " ! , -ti ili. slowsinklmj winter san -e.;; ..s JtaibsWa tbe western sky; ' "'';" ;t, jTha jwin ai th hall below ' " j , Aul the good Parson waits, I knew, " 7 j . j. n ; ThavtiaJkBHotie. ? '; i! Dsastted. rained and betrayed! ' La rwoeld balmy young life mteht fade,. I. As fade mis' wroasi d?T- X Li ?;.iS-.?Twetawi6MBeangbieatt, j x. .l: . .1.;- c. .' At once lo pass away. They" told tne 'tint be would not come.. .tinu'!rbatla hialaToir western noma' ,y .c.f" A Ihtrer band than nine,. ' '. ' ,ii-n.Tobini thtjBimnuir-IoweTa should call, . H Aadar ttVleet.fceantlfi - ' 3 "Tat I believed them not; tor how -3'-'t Could 1 behold that manlv brow. . - . .1 v.i'-rb-i-jalbTC.Dea'iiitaceye;-;' ' V(; "Irjyhaa...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 29 January 1857

Belmont Chronicle. Belmont Chronicle. "Eternal hostility to every form of tyranny Belmont Chronicle. "Eternal hostility to every form of tyranny over the mist of Man." Belmont Chronicle. "Eternal hostility to every form of tyranny over the mist of Man." D. THOBURN,----EDITOR. Thursday Morning, Jan. 29, 1857. The Republican Party. - The prcseat position C tb tepokllctn arty la t&aeea Uterewiaf. U has passed throogb a contest, to which, although d fcaied.lt bar come off ttrong. ertn in de. feat, and ow staa4 so a nrnrer bsses teas' ever, ana! cot initios a niy of aeatimcct to be found in ao other party. There ii each ' a tbiaf a dieoetrows defeat bet tk waa : not OCT in the late tottest. On tbe contra ry we bar ,-Xperiehced a real victory that is ' cheering tp every lovef of freedom. . , '.' Prior to the tresdemial el act ton we were . scooted, ridiculed, aiJ brow-beaten aa a aet f fanatical outlaws; in aaa the Edglisk language was eJtbsueted ic imping the bh " I -eat epithets and...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 29 January 1857

Local Intelligence. Time Table for the C. O. R. for the Stations in this County, Dec. 1st. mn.ir - Ckreew l-ewu' Mi Ila . S-S a. SL t-SB P. w Sl " W " " 4I . " - -Jm trSS - SJS tlS - Siw . a. 'S p. a yrs - j - S 7 " 41 M " , 3 " 4JS Ban's Still P ' Barnernli Mm Braevtll BnrVe Kill ' " Belmont In1 Mill 2 ! CHURCH DIRECTORY. rufltYTCutit cnnim rMr. Rev. Jon -n.- erevaaieevwrvftetsteB at 11 e'clock Hilt o'clock, v. a. Balsbatk Behoof at i rraver bmum la uw hhmh ASMOCIA1 R REFORM CTORCrT "a rega'ar Tartar Bar rerular puwi- eeetrtee ai pre seat METBOniMT EPISCOPAL CBVMTB Pastor, - SW. Jo. Wawwm. PaMic warship awry Sab w-hs-ll o-eJock. a. a. Sabbath P-bool ai t. r. . a.f arrV lf FRIENDS Twe branches. Onha d Rlckette Pew worship aa rim Day aad i say at u -caeca, a. a. .-V . . To Teachers. "the board of school exam lima, will meet io the school boose oa Marietu treat hi Sr. Cuinnux, ., -Jay February 7. at 10 eclock A. M :. -vrardarottba Board. D. D. T. COWEN. Clerk. to"There will be preachi...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 29 January 1857

Agricultural. able froitj fett'fcali; aparecmteia cor com moDiw. Th're'U probabiy mo ptbrtiIroJ .... .. , t T. -T .1 profitable to tb producer, and we may add " na other fruit that las received to ' littlett teatioD. The toljvtnng Statistic from the Rural Xtio Yorker will give soaM idealw the profit derired from pear culture. -These refer to a different eeik froat oar own but Dot to one more favorable tf fruit trow ing, Agricultural. The Virgalieu Pear in Canandaigua. A writer in the Rural New Yorker gives the following statistics: The filiate 5of Canindijut containa more large treea of tbia f and . Uian any $thetvUcA in Western Now York. There art many tree there from 9 to 15 jncbea in diameter, from 40 to 50 feet high, and from 90 to 70 yeara old, that have not failed of a ingle crop eince tbey came into bearing J m fold by many - geotlemen that they sJiara borne every year, for .40. to 60 year, trom S to 20 bushel iter tree. The bnds staar) the coMett winter uuharncd.and are .nev...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 February 1857

Original Poetry. - , ,Mb, Eomn The Mnetnltr of the - a ,,oilowiagj aiwaideat f Cincinnati, Ohio, -iwa bra ukea cr of. ' An Epic "Pome." DEDICATED WITH EXTREME CONTEMPT TO THE MAN WHO ATTEMPTED MY LIFE WITH A BAD CIGAR. O.Weed That I ecly possemed th art fc j Te frapartr tooeh year destaging Wert ; 1 F a pnwideaM dwaced are ma fom dyiac W that etar fo f ow. v- MysesefdocMamKeTetrr jars ; Tkata friend saeeld reuil sack allocking cigars. c Twse surely est aeoaoBt af the priea ; i ., At dime yea oofht to Sari them sue. . With the filthy weed Its keen accursed . , And certain Ijr thought that the very want, . , la every shapa I'd amell and aaea ; ,' In the aaaseoos whiff of tus vile "dodeea1 ' When ia the bar-raon close, its fume aaeend Where the cheap "havannaa" and "long nana ' ; '" Wend, ' And the puff of the german marebaam mixes - - With the acent of the wrrlcnedest "abort sixes, '' ; Bot I never taw audi tobacco at that; " " V " And. really, the grower can take my haL I r Yoall eor...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 February 1857

flniflnt...(rflntcl(. ., -v i z O iEUrnl hostility to evervTorm oftvr-mnur over the mind of Man." -Dr THOBUEX, EtttTOB Thnradny Mmiing,' Feb. P. 18.'.7 Gov. Geary's Message. iav C: vusf At the recent aseembliof ( tbe Bogus : . Legislature of Kidnc Territory.' tbe Met MW of Gov. GtiRr M It w ' not altogether what was desired by tbe Leg ' , Uletors, end u not received jut as well : - s V might Lave been. It doe noi snow ' the talent of a great n"". bt show evi" ' denily lilt GtT ! n honest roan, end " bent on the fmpirtial discbsrge or hi du tie to the beit of bit bi!ilies. -' llebegini by laying flown t platform ' which, If eihered to, will do very well. . "The follow inj is an extract "Equal and exact jestice" o hll men, oi ' whatever political or religions persuasions; .". pesce, comity aod Iriendship with neigh- boring .- Slatea and Territories with a .' , tarred regard for State rights and rever rL.ential respect for the integrity and perp-.-. tmty of tbeUuion; a reverence for th...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 February 1857

Local Intelligence. Time Table for C. O. R. R for the Stations in teh County, Dec. 1st. it- iil: mtML. ' Btsms S-L MS . - - r - ' Ml " S til - ).. r. i-n - in , MS - MS 5 " 4T ' 1 " . : - 4M - BeJUlr - Clewe 1 - Lww- MiRa . 1 1 '5 BrBill -ft Ban-MiU,i v r mhm iMra'M.llt Slnni 'SaBair " ' CHURCH DIRECTORY. iV PRESBYTERIAN CHUBCM Pastm-. Rev. Jon Kkl,r Mfcijnr flaUulh ! 11 o'clock. ". w. and t a'clMk. . . Bab r!ehel at 3i -ctock, f. a. Pryer aMiu SB th basement ASSOCIATE reform cmmcH K rega'ar ' A Paetor aer itntal aaWie aervlce at piisent '3 METHODIST BPIBOOPAL, - CBCRCH-Pastor, "War Jo. Woosearr. Psblie werahip every Sab ... T. ii avioek. w. Sabbat School . r. m. ' SOCIETY OP FA1END8-Tw branch. Onbo it 4aiuaBickaiu PaMicanraksaaa Pir ay Bd Paaulh 'cteec a. a. To Readers. n ... "nnini'a the laivest Daoer rubiisbml ia l Cematy , and cao'aios omftkird more reading caller taaa any other paper in toe comity. Advertising. r 5.M.Pettii l v H.S.ScmcLuN Pnmiiaiix& Ce.. New mi Nw York: Ue...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 February 1857

Agricultural. "Plow Deep to find the Gold." Ta following song, says the editor of the Ohio Cultivator, e reraeioS to kave feen in an English journal some tear aioct ; but it k welt adaoied tj thia count rv at ibe BreMnt lime: . , -m r Pl deep to 6nd tbe (old. "V boys ! - Plow deep to 6ml the ald! The van bath mwiw in her breast Uameusured and nniosi. Cl-rtSe the mouiain lop with ue, : The sides w iUi waring grain ! Whr brine over Wormy Sena i What fcora w mj obtain?! O Britain arcd not hnne ber bread From count nee new or aid. Would ah but give tbe plowrshara speed. And der:h, to bud the g.At'. . '-Carta (raicfol n her miw for all ibeir cares and tat! ; Kitting yields such large returns As tixaiu'd and deepen M sml. Science, lend th kis-lly aid. Her riches to nnloid ; Moved by the plow or morn by apade, Stir deep to find tbe gutd. ' ' D deep to find the (old. bit bora! , Dig deep lo find the gold ! . The earth hafh treasures in ber breast, L'niDeasared and untold. The Proper Time fo...

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