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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 February 1857

Poetry. The People's Advent. Stations Bflaif - 4 Cltaeoe -V wi' Mi Ha RelatOat - Ban's Mill KanerrilM : -I Hin Vainrvrttl -j Bsrr'g Mill ' V BOMt - T- Lewis' Mill Grcara - Beilair t CHll Kan VTF.S 3 .,.-1 H. " ' - - J .-.- - Fator wr fee MTIIO(Ur1 lt. Joa. Wo hath II 'elor BOCIBTT . jiaz and Hick 1 Faattk 1MT 4 TV CHBO! Tnattcr than s S. M. Pft . H.S.Pcheuj ariu.n tisins ascn'f tbem wiling riculiural t the Clerk' Saturday, iaarnesl matters lot accept urn Episcopal Gerald Ma-y, whose every ord pearl of great price, prophesies thus b leag'l folly the overthrow ot despotism: TSa coming up the steep of time And this old world u growing l-righter. We my Dot w ita daws aobliine. Tat bigfa hopes make ibe heart throb lighter Wt amy ba aleaping ia dugrmod Wbea it awakea the wo Id to wonder, we have feltit gathering round. And bear its voice of living thiindsn Tit coming '. yea. lis eotninj ! Til coming now; the glorion time Foretold by aeera and aong in atory. For wnich, when thin king was a...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 February 1857

ih KterBl fsoatilitt to everr lorm oftyr- .. aaar over the ram 01 jsn." Thursday Morning, Feb. 12, 1857. The Smelling Committee, ' And by tic we lUt i r&lber 'f n:5. cnt name, there is something in it we like, tad judging from result It wouid seem ihc appelstion ii altcgethe r a j-jt one; for i he committee- have scented ou' and breu-fet t- l.'-U. .1..!. i" fr.tt th-it UKt WCUld have hoped were forever '.oat in the silent chani bers of tb past. Dot such was col thvir dered, as evidence of the uu h of the rat it gj good forune. Thfy nr. stand lefore Veni.rpe pie, whose Lrul they h ve be-1 . . , - , . ' trayeU and irhoi mtr.ry thrr bive vr.- of Ko-asth. that -there is no stuli'ity m tcssru criait." v - . - o " brief and eive a stateitit nt of tails vr'u "hi j csnnotbe contradicted. This committee . . r t t .1. 1 3. I. I fi wd legal' was appoiniea by an act f April 1 !:h, 135C to investigate the ati of the Cosrd of I u' - lie Woiki, of lu.iu there were r.uuierous tt mpla uts. In be...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 February 1857

Local Intelligence. Time Table for C. O. R. R. for the Stations in this County, Dec. 1st. r f -' ta IW5 era nit. " iuu I axrarea , Leuet Bellai ... S-30 1. nr. MO P. . CkKM - - K1 - SSS " Lewi-Mi Ha - :) - ' t RelaatsJt - -" S s. B.rrs Mill - - ai S Barnewnll; - S -" - MM EAST Banmrill - - S.-OS A. 3:15 Burr'. Hill - " 51 Mmi - : - - - f r Lewi' Milt - - Gkm - - - I 1 - I 4rJ Btllair - . - . fc - J - CHURCH DIRECTORY. if rESBVTERtW CrICJtrri Pastor. Her. Jon laaavaT. fnMicworbipCTeryr".ltbaJ.b at 11 o'clock. . h. ana 6t .Yhsc. r. at. 9abtitli ficfcwl at 31 'clack v. m Prayer Metiai ia fie Sawment on WHHWlav cveninc ARXOCIA1R REFORM rHPECH-No rrja'ar Pastor Mr malar Ttc at ni , JETIiODJST EI"IW!"rl- mil' n-rwi, in. WwDiurn. ramie wor-nin enry pm- k.tk II o'clock. . . SMatti Fi-nooi t S. r. a. S4JCIBTT f FRIE.'t9-Two branch-. Onno im and Hickite Pnlilic wrrhp on Pir Day and FaarU Uay at II o'cloca. a. u. To Readers. r TV CnaOTicix i (he tare-M piper ' ---rusrien in Courutr, and entrai...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 February 1857

Agricultural. From Porter's N. Y. Spirit of the Times. One-Idea Farming. BY ONE OF THE OLD GUARD. I r d " Did i0 eer observe squirrel in tin cage, with rerolvinp wheel altarVd t.t ii; the apparato put up in country bar-room ; the squirrel ala-aya, vUea in hi wbrel.on keen jump, vet alweya at the bottom ! Did it ever occur to you, if fquirrel moult) ko'.d on, be would be part of the lime at the top. nppoaing the gyration In jjo on! In the human, tiircocial, the agrie iltwal qjirrel cagp, Uie yyr.linn alwav goes' on There are en.'Ujh uneasy fe Ions, wlo must always be on the jump, and always keep the wheel s.jianinJ ; "ar-fti." our moralizing , grave d'prer a-y in Hanilp',) if one wiser than bi fe'l hudr on, the r"t mil pro pel U;io tu the upper 'He, half the time! Q . I). Co.idT that psunl settled. Tariff and rumor of'tunAd! speculations and ruim-ra of fpei'ulntit.us ! foreign mar keia ! a iiuiiilred causes, am constantly af fecting our ina-keli1, not uiy fur agrii-iiliu-rl griincrac...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 February 1857

Poetry. Original. Ode to Winter. List totba bowbnic wind, iheir piercing nou - ' Is bMid (root distant hills; first Bmnerint And as mey nearer come, more brill ttoirtoae v 1'aJla ob the Mine car; Oil fierce, almoagn ' Tbay may hars rote1 lliouMitd foreta through; -. And anedaair 'war o'er many a ragged hill - nighladthahawcrsoreliUliagaltetandaac Which aa tbey co, tbey keen a aeatterine arill Sppadinf a partlea ret oVt evsrv Talc and hilL -' Tbc trees hart lost their verdant covering now; ' That beaoteoasrnbe of tender leaves did fade. Which daring Kramer, sheltered ererr bough Fiora raio and aon; and lent a cooling ahade. The faded teal bow on tbo groaad u laid By stern old "inter1! piercing wind aod frost. Now icklaa the bough bear in the stead Of tboee fair lea res the parent item baa iost. And on the ground bf every passing breeze are No more thaaongofrtmefal birds we bear, When from the East the sun pots forth bu rar. A il afiigbted wbea the leaf did sear. They all have flown 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. — 19 February 1857

Btlmxiirt Cjjrhicle. Eleral kastilitr every'iora oftrr amy aver the mind of Ma." Thursday Morning, Feb. 19, 1 857. (pThe influence of a newapiper Is felt and. acknowledged throughout the known world. There ii perhaps at tbe presfDt tn no 'her egeney so powerful, so uni versal in extent, and so replete with Inter- est in ita consequonce-s. The spread of the gospel, the dissemniination of truth, the gospel, the dissemmiiiatton of truth, the r.;..;i;,.,i..n the r.,r....,.'t;r.., ,.f ' ' , .1 the ireneTal intelligence of the people, and i4i gcuerai iuiviir.c"kE ,MC I wnsequent elevation of man, are dependent upon this same potent agency. Whatever miv be th position, the quali- tcation. or the tastes of the individual, it matters not, he turns to the newspaper and rea!s it pages with avidity. And while uice official dignitaries who have through ii been exposed ia their unholy deeds. tread vit the'r spleen on the "trashy j sheet." simply because it. truths did not their purposes, w.uld at...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 February 1857

Local Inteligence. Time Table the C. O. R. R. for the Stations in this County, Dec. 1st. . Mm un. I tmmm. yy a. . e r. . i -: sas - 6:18 8:41 St : :M " :31 " S:S5 - lis - SM a. . 3:1S r. at. fcSS 3:3 S:33 - 3:M " S:S i 7 !! - 4 OS - 30 " 4 3 Utra - Veltelr Sine Lewis' Mill ' Burr's Mill ' ara swill. on aas Barweavill. Bant Mill - . - BalavBi ' ' Milk) - - Bsllair CHURCH DIRECTORY. TKBSBYTEKlAH' CHUKCH Pastor. Bar. Joan ' ' V -. p.hlir worth i n evert gabhal a at 1 1 o crock - ul M 'clock, r. - Sabhaih School at 3i ycraok, r. v- Prayer meetinx ia the hue meat o a Ws.ne.aav ereainc. ASSOCIATE REFORM CHURCH No rga'-ar "Tartar nov malar puruV sarvic. at present METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Pastor, Bar. Jos. Woasaurrs. Pablic worship every Sab- . kstb at II o'clock, a. m. Sabhath Behoof at 24. r. m. :. VWHICTY OF PBIEVn9-Two branches. Onho wax an Hlck-aite Public worship aa First Day ana Foartb Pay at 11 a'ciock. a. at. ia, NOTICE. The Board of Mana gers of the Belmont County A;- ricoltura...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 February 1857

Agricultural. For the Chronicle. For the Chronicle. Drouth and Deep Plowing. weMjave all irti more or leas by tU drcatbof lart Summer.tb question catu r.l!r oeeetM itself, bow can its tfieeta t obviated in tbe fours! For n exsmpl let e take two vesss's, a ties? and a sballuw one, and 11 them both with loos earth, and then pour water Into tbm, equal para each. and jou will aoj aee the aba'.low uyerflox nz. whilst tbe daep oue hia absorbed all bat wae given to It. then a.ain let tlitm be xpoeed to the sun acd wmrf. and yu will tea that the earth io the abllow Teasel w ill soon be dry. whilst tliat In tbe .Jeep one vril. be abandentlj moiet. To bring thia theory Int. practice, we will eompsre a dep with a aballow plowed fieid, the earth in iu natural atate (in thia region of country.) ie ry solid and compact, eo that w hen a heavy shower of rain falla on it, the greater part ef It runa r. but when loaeened by tbe plow it be cornea open and poroua and ebaurba the rain. and the fieid tha...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 February 1857

Poetry. The following lines, by William Winter re copied from the Boa ton Tramcrtft: , Then hangs iter in tha western kr V Merrily blows tbe wind b night! " It twinkles and glows like an angel era, And the sky Is Woe and the anew is whits And merrily blWi the wind by night! Tis the star of Lore that I gaze on there Merrily Wows the wind by night! V And it speaks to my heart the good and fair ' That forever aad ever have left my sight: - - Ah! drearily cobs the wind by night ! . i Soaae in the grave yards lie asleep . Merrily "blows the wind bynigbt! .' Over them enowe are drilled deep, Coid aa their boaee, aDd pore and white j ' ' Bm merrily blows the wind by night ! And eotae there are whose haaghry hearts .,- ' Are frexea hard with shams and sin : . Ho tone ot music e'er departs, ..- Refer aeansbineenterain : , . Calf like the snow, but not so white ' j. While merrily blows the wind by njgiit ! And one there M whose gentle eye .- . Seem yet aa thrill me from s far ; '; 'Whose memo...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 February 1857

tlntunt (0nitfL - Eerl Hostility to every' forai oftjrr unr orer the taiad of Man." Thareday Jionrirjg, Ftb. 20, 1857. The Smelling Committee Again. We have just received the Report of the . Investigating Committee on Public Build ings add lnstiulons, which is worth a re- " tlcw ty every one. Itconsists of n ix-! arr.inaticn of the contract fur building or j ' jproing, ansypi 1.. ing the provb-icm of, the Ohio Penitentiary, the State House, and the Newburg and Daytiin Lunatic Asy lums, We have in. t lime fur a lengthy re uew ol particulars, ana wui o: ly give a of the Report is laid down bv the' i'- Committee. f -Ori the Ohio Penitentiary tlwre is a de 4 felcalijn of - - - -. , Due n Books .... Orercha'ge on I o.'ieian - raid Wil.iam Trt.rt - 85,is8 sr. l'3 00 fraud on Corn Couiracl - 3u3 U) Upon the New Stale House there are Intbi LrpriKliiurcs of - f lOb.Ono rrMids and Overcharges - 4. ' . fn building the Newburg Asy"um there were I've k Esjwneca of fraud and Uvcrcbarg fr5.'0 CO M...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 February 1857

Local Inteligence. Time Table for C. O. R. R. for the Stations in this County, Dec. 1st. LMftt nir Mills Belasoat rr-a Mill Bsnurnl;. MIH BAT Ban's Mill Baiamt -. Lewis' Mill. I 5 J1 a. . I .ll " I 6:18 I 6.-a - ,:0f) r. S2i 8:41 : ' ili - :M - S" a. . S:S -S:3S " 5:48 Ml 3:1S r. 3-34 3i 347 41 4:3 - Bcllair CHURCH DIRECTORY. ' PtE6BVTERIW cntJHrH Prtor. Bev. Job . Hornl. Pnhlic worship every rlahoathal II o'clock i a. and H 'etock. r. a. 8ahath School at St -Vuw . - Pnvrr aatiu ia tlie hasenteut an Weil neftriaT mniit ARriOCIAlB REFORM CHURCH o regu'ar Pastor nor reea'ar p.illi' ee-vice at lirwut METHOPIriT EPISCOPAL - LlirR Hra.tor. Ear Jo. Woonaurra. PaMic worship every Sali nath a-. 11 o'clock. a. . Saain, S'.nool at 2. r. . ' ' . FBirwnaT. kf.nrkM ttnhn PUd&ll ' ai i j 1 1 -j - . - i t i . i . U b. . HnMhiii AM Firtl !)( anil OX m rj i -...-,. r ... , : Faartta Day al 11 o'clock, a. . " Advertising. S. M. Pettinill4. Co . New York and Beton; H. S. Sen ELI, New York: Ota 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. — 26 February 1857

Agricultural. and the recent ik speji wealber seeoii to eet the farmers ao tiwlj at work, pushing on the preparation for the coining crop. In abscrvinj this, the question has trriw u in our n;i:id s to the propriety of winter piowir, which is the general practice, in this locality. We mention here, merely lo draw out an opin ion from tome practical farmers. We have our own idea and roay iVreifler give it, tut that ii not. the ol.j-c: Id there a much gained, by February plowing, in hav ing the soil exposed to the frost, and the worms killed by the same, as there i lo by the decay and waste of vegitablr matter' - . . . . . .1 between plowing and gaoling! r w lutrc at twrci. gain, by the decay of the sod lost by the Excess i-f wash over that wh5b it plowed WAprin Would the clover which ou!d grow before the firs', of May be iiiffic'ient U justiry leaving your corn ground till that time! remembering that doyer is one of the richest fertilizers, w e wt.uid be ' much pleased to hear from s...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 March 1857

Poetry. Chimes in the Heart. t-s tij' Lfet the chiminf, bow it floats On the ir in tnnefal notes! List ths chiming, ;' And the rhyming. -Of lbs bells in gokbjn notes! ' SoseemstosMthepsotvart FnaUbemaue in hi heart, -, , Wad ansprngiag . Widely ringing, . - Are Uka bett-ebimes in to heart. Again the chiming, how it floats. Now in muffled, mournful no lea ! -a !.'.,;--o" Sow toiling.-- 1 ; v Deeply roaing- , - , On the air in dirge-like notes!- ': So ofien aeem toe poet art: ' ' from the sorrow in his heart - Words revealing - ' : ''"J ' Depths of feeling, ! m -"Sound like bell-tolls in the heart. As ihf btBs IP us express i--'QuiJ' j,'or ,bu'1, rf ' " 7 , , Sadly knelling, -Sure ly telling . ''' Of the loTd ones laid to rest; . . . . . Qt Bmify bid all glooms depart ' When liear i giea holiest tow tohesrt; ' -'" So tolling drearily, '" w: t'r'ringirjs chetriiy. - '- Are the b. ll-ci.uni in the heart. .n . -tit Chimes in the Heart. Missionary Hymn BY CHARLES HAYCOCK ' . to.Tiera.ls J...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 March 1857

ttnraArkwrfilttTt er err' form ftyr aa aver iH aalad f Man. T)inT.lkv MomincMarch 12,1857. Mr. Buchanan's Inaugural Address. W aobliaH in to dy' f lb President elect. We have rpd ii ' with foil dVire to b pleased, if possle, and regret that e w not pleseed bettor. ' "If lif MIMidTlMf eir t;mete of BOcKABaa' biliry. Ving a very ordinary prodectisn. H rcoBnd lcotriicHa of a raili ?Uk..nmA tm th Pacific, which -we r '''' Ye hear,' prodded ha rnen t Rail R"d W fr. he doe a t- He warmly en dorse tLe principle of qotier overeigniy 1 mm tM m-Mf iMfll tn which mwsm iuk i - - w af ta ink'fer a final qnietas to alavery - " "a.-. .. ika mjI It a a eon? incel re9oble ma thit this princi 1 : - L InmLlC Mt HllUl Ka reduces' to eraMir. From thi Address w are setirfied that tbe South will find a , warm frieod in BrcBABAB . And aa to when we arc to look fur peara on the etavery ques tion all that can be said is, "the time U not - r f. .... policy r.O :tita subject, rcaider the decision of the Suprem...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 March 1857

Local Intelligence. Time Table for the C O. R. for the Stations in the County, Dec. 1st. aotk wnr. Leaves -Beiwir - OltKM . aian.. 5 "30 a. m. 1 " :18 -fcisj " :J1 " :j0 - H a- 5:33 5: AI - t:30 " S0 r. SS ' :41 ' 3d S:5S 3:14 3:15 r. 334 3:39 3:47 4:0 OH ' Hill - rVinNrt-. - IwkJUl -Baxaeeville . M1M eT Ban Mill - Lewie' Mill Shane . -Bellair CHURCH DIRECTORY. PRESBTTEUAW CHUBCH Paator. Ke. Jom. ILmit. Public wsrehin every gabbat bat II o'clock " a. H. aad t o'clock, r. a. 8abbaib School at 3i clock, . a. Prayer mcuii ia lb baaeaieBt t':"' ASSOCIATE REFORM CHURCH No rega'ar Vuinr nor reenter numic service at prl METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHCBCH Pastor, la. Jas. Waoatuerr. Poblie warship every Kab- .. bath at II o'clock. e. Sabbatn Hebooi mi it. r. M sirtlKTY OP FRIENDS Two branches. Ortbe ox aad Hlckaiio Poblie worship oa Piret Day and ; Faarth Day at il o'clock. a. a. Rio r j:a j "Advertising. S. M. PirmwHlx 4x.Ce.. New York and Boston; H.S.Schuu New York: Geo A. Cbofct, and V. B. Paime...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 March 1857

Agricultural. For the Chronicle. lis. EliiTo: Dr Sir, t.b.eryin ac article in vour paper, ca'.l n? the a'ter.'ieu of Farmers to therutjeet 'ofAVuiier end Sprine plovwifcs- Or v.iii;li U the test to break up a e nl ;u tha V'icteror Spring,! propose to jive you n.j ni"J g.the ject: It depends eltogf.hr on the paiure of the soil. Fur iuttan-e 'if it is a tough tUy oi I tliiiA it would be beat to brek it up in liie Winter if poseiHe, e.i thrt it will hvft"a.i;li?e ot Icjoj pulverized ty the frost, if each a foil.wa. lift uut'l April be fore bei.iT plowed, it v.oiM umt likely be l.arJ aiiJ lumpy all S-.im:n;r," givir.fi but i pH-ebacjr yrJi5 white-if It Wrnd -sw wwt; Le loo-e and incHoir. So fi.r-'e-vrTJi w re ronrfrned I have very S2e,fe infill .- ie'itiiv 'plutiiiisr dtatrov ing theiii; it mry be tint ear'y plowing may atviIicaiuiLtt before corn p!aulin time cornea', Vut I ll't.'k tie Stwt Viil not burt cajJJut. jaia if. yur js a loose gravrly sjil, I wu'J be i!eciJd'y.;n favor of ploT...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 March 1857

Poetry. (Original.) The Outcast's Complaint. ' 'They say thtVni a smnar fouf, f. ".if" - rVyood tha pale of Chriatiso lore, " That I mat no affection claim '' ' 4 From ar beweath, nor heaven abovs ; zM )(0 abn na uBKle In tb throng ' ,!t -Of ihow-waoneB did caH me friend, ' 'voreasnry fcesrfni eneerfalseng - "f ?isr eer ataasre fcotttooJbond.! Anl AU I then, of on false step EnsarathistearralbdcofwMT . . Aad uWugti the lapse of coming time KarapmneaiTnor peace Vr know I ' No b frier shars aayfTief ' ..-aAm shed their arrarfcin laarat : . Fofihiaaaa fceart finds neaelier, -' of.jpy, norB0pa,in fatnre years t . i -' Gfriewrp aieialompaiiy, i . -.fc! aaaualhida'laat fcraweH, - ' AainlbecVpthaofrBiadrovB: , -Ths eares that now my bosom swellf - -t :- jfermstbbliaat' pardon free -,rc ,iS Frfca aha whonst were wont to bicse, I, ' And aeverhopa with io toaee , Thadayaofrdiloleeahappineaa! . . -1 u,. 's' Afci this ia mv destfnfd doom, ' Myeriaseare far a"" " aar bumanhy amist nerwatoop c - ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 March 1857

IVlmont '-(Elmmtle. v . ; J? trrMt hmitilttr to every'torm of tyr uif (cr Ue niM IXM.n , DrfllODCRN'."" Emtob Thursday Morning, Manh 19,1857. Kansas. -We reo- Democracy that the A!m:t!slrition of Mr. BccBanaS wowlJ make "Kansas Free g.ht. ll is now nesr llie time wbsn we toilit look for the lieginning of that end- But ae look in vain. ThedarktiomlhnriL's ominously over the doomed plains of Kn- her soil ha been drenched by tue blood of her noblest sons, and their cries hve come to us, bu'. have been unheeded. Tin people whose hearU ever swell wi.b b mpathv for the needy, have been soothed int-j mbniiii-n by the fa'se promise! of heat cra'ic leader.-; and now when the lime his cime lor he fulfillment of promise, in its stead we have evrry reason to believe i . -.!.. f, r it rnilmvniPfit have been laid, aiid if they are not carried out it will be because they lack power. The Boiu Legislature has done it part well, and provided every security in its power toward making i Constitution pr...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 March 1857

Local Intelligence. Time Tabie C. O. R. R. for the Stations in this County, Dec. 1st. I uut. Leav aflair CmeM : ttelssonl flarr's SI -Bernesnlle Mtva AS BvwnilK . Barr Mid -sMrissesst Law to- Hill - I 5-3 a. I ! Ia.- . Sr2i t:4l fcsa fcSS ii 1S r S3 ' Mi 7 SS 4 3S siasj ' 4 1 sWllaar CHURCH DIRECTORY. - HntmiUI CHU1CH Pastor. . Jon . eUtvaT- raMicwrskiarTekMtktIl'clMk. a. a. a, at o'clock, r. a. daksMUa Schawl at Si . WcUck, . a. rray Meeting m swaasmi WaiirlJiT tmilf. ABMOCIATB SEFOBal CHUBCH N rern'ar Petor ae reguUtr aMie service at present METHODIST EPI800PAI. Cfll'EfH-fuW, In. Jm. Woswavrr. rablie warship every b hath el 11 o'clock, a. n-. Raabatn School at St. r. a. SOCIETY or FIIBM-T kraacbea, Onhe- dax aad Blckeita rWiewraipaa Fir at Day Bad Faarta Day al 41 'cack. a. a. ; . Advertising. S. M. Prrnoai.&. Co New York and Boston; H. 8. Seasu. New York: Ot A. Cbofct, and V. B. Palme. Philadelphia, are our authorized adver tising; agent. All Advertisements forwarded by them ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 March 1857

Agricultural. Hints to Farmers. Spring with U many deuv.a 's is upon us Tbe lirVw o.th hrm ,r cr-umu,,inS 0 faat.that e hardly Int. wlat ' Jj Crst" There ere lie fruit lire, that n.l pnsnin?. If tbT ere n-: a'tenJcd ta. to l tbc-in-( aUeV and air ibroujh she branch.. li-e fruit wi!l ripen imperfectly, an J much of i . will b worthiest. In prunin? we shoa-J ue com mon paint, and cover ell ti e er., Mpro-j tact the a froni the weMuer. Then ?rin, t'-fte grape Tine-, Waving no dead branch. M, and tut few U-e "ms of kit yeara powtb.entthwnoffwi'Wnn few buds of tbe t. ye. old rem. and then we will v.l- in.r! la mature fruit. Pcn't for-; elthefoeberra. uor any of Jhtse e- I.. ..t rntnurt. It CVTT fllin V iia due .t-er-tion.ihrn every thirS will yield f fruit in ! "-"' From the Country Gentleman. A Farmer's Education. P,-r, ra Th- tim- ha fore BasBBS. r.i.roi i,;.n'o-v tZU think no troe iu r,recede. hi." Py.d-.rp before J,.. by.go.nz w of . plowing plnnvn? rd orDaytt h- ." vi7,,"" nP f.faru...

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