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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 30 April 1857

Poetry. (Original) Spirit Musings. BY LILY MAY. r """iiif! Ob, besrt wim sorrow laden, ., Heretic id the sowers of alien i Cait thy wnaeling grief away, - By tha fjow ofkindred Mint Stealing o the inmeat aool, . Giving light to the revealing " v:. Of Utrdrita earnest goal, ' And those pleasant twilight draanringa 'f When the aoulia wrapped in thought, , And there comes such bliseful gteamings. All anlooked for. all unsought, Ghmpaeaeftbe far offratnra . . 0 Vbkma of the happy past, AH aaited with the present Y' ' Shadow from the apirii caL btL- What era bat's delusive visions, What are fifes most earnest scenes, 1 Bat the atepa to bright elyei na Where no tempest intenrenea. t' lfwe neroew aught bat aooshioe .r-.r- jow unthankful we would prore, ' ' : Basking in this light Eternal, j ,.. Mindlensofa Saviour's love. Ifwe ne'er knew ought but sadness. Should no ray of hope er gleam . . To unseal tbeaoul of gladness. 1 ' J What adeasrt Earth would seem. A 11 things here seem well direc...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 30 April 1857

StertMl"-hwstlilT" errrjlo of tyr anay ovr tke mid of M. CTxHOlUrnT - - - EwToe Ihandar iiormn April 30,1857. The Utah Question. Aaionf ihe exciting euliject- of tbe day tbero is box, perhaps that i mure intense ly interesting to the public mind than lite . vendition of Utah. An organized govern. men! bat grown Uj to power in our midst - lucking to us for protection, yet anlogonir. tie to tbe General Government. We have cher'shid il, and it i; new a thorn in cur Seth. The circunistacces connected with . it are pecn'iafiy perplexing to our Govern-in-ril, and it i very likely that it will bring ti- into trouble belore it is better. The laus or li e United Slates, tbe authority ul c-cers, sod ali lii&t lua ytt borne on the subject, baa been of ir.inor weight compared with the demand." of that at mi-barbarian Ebicha Yofjsc. lie has thwarted every (Cert o! the Judiciary 10 enforce the laws. He bar deEed the laws of Got) ard man, and k tiirg bin tt!f up as equal to God. th s tinbumnn ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 30 April 1857

Local Intelligence. CHURCH DIRECTORY. nHBTTEUA CHUBCH-Pestor. lev. Ion Kin 1 1 Fakler.rsBievervaish as II o'clock A. a. and o'clock, r. St. Sebeota 8cae at M o'clock, r. Prayer facetiae la IM BasesaeBi aa ArWOCIATB BEFOBst CHURCH rere'ar Factor nor malar paWi' eeriee at present METHOnisT KPIXPAL CBCrBPaur, Bev. Jos. Vmhoih. PaMte worship every Baa wtk it oViock. . a. Karam rVkoal ax Si. r. M cnr-iiyrv- f r raiEKDsTwe Breaches. Onao es ni Bickt iia PaMic worsoip aa First, Day aad Faana Day at 11 'clock, a. ; , . " -s Advertising. . S M Prmiccnx 4. Ce . New York and Boston; fl. 8. Scbexl. New York: Una. A. Csofct, and V. B.PaiBta, fbiladelpbia. are oar atnhorixBd adver tiainc aeeaa. AU AdveOBineni farwarded by them will receive prompt aueouon. ngsKEAD THIS! All persona know jjj?' ing themtelves indebted to the on dersiirned wi" P,e, "- ellle 'E stately, either ia cash or by Bote. After the 35th da'j of March, my book will be in tbbodaof D.D. T. t-owea, who au thorixed to aeltle my tcc...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 30 April 1857

Agricultural. STb. ErrroK: In J-onr last is?. we fsvored with ttme experiments of Sir. S- I' ClAT. on nnd for hie-, &c, arrcro tothe objct, I FPf!! ywi th fo,!iwr5ri7 from tV Chieaoo PtnJ:er. Tiw who hm- nr ff?ctTi--n fir th" hrj. vrl!l rot rf crvrfe en dorse tie Par.ler's" view of tie fill (:. T. Economy of Pork. GsEAT AdVASCE IS Po-.E A53 Cobs. We Save beta furnished with anextract from k fpuit made lo tbs Ki-n'iscky Sta'e Agri cultural Society, a: U.e Pr s Fair, by y,r. Samuel II. Chy, of Bnu.-bo-i county, show ing the g-ain or ecoaoxy in c jok:n,j ,'ooJ for stock :' Gave in 20 d.j-s to tr.o hojs 435 pound r'.ic'.U-d corn, airW - 4:1 lbs Give in JO days tg two fcnjs 270 pounds eo lit-J iiK-iil, ji,iej - - 0 The feid u-as then reversed; that is, the boa thA hid mssh feed with the sh-lled co.n, and mush riven tho ether two. Gave i.n 25 days 3G4 j-cui.di ebeiltd corn, g-t'n-d ... 41 Jt,. Give ST days 2S4 pounds cooked meal, .ji'iced . - . 74 To otter !,. r., 30 j.iyif fej 330 p(...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 May 1857

Poetry. Good Heart and Willing Hand. BY CHARLES MACKAY. In rtorei or shine , two friend of mine " -Go tertk to work or pra jr. And wheat tkey visit poor mens boraem, . Thry Mrs them by the way. . Ti willing kind! Sk ekeerful heart! Tbt two best friends I know, Aroor.d the beirt come joy and mirth WbereVr their faces flow. Come shine 'tis bright! come dark tit tight! ' ' Come cold lis warm ere long! So heavily fall the hammer stroke! Merrily sound the song? Who falls may stand, ifgood right hand Is first, not second bent; Who weeps may sing if kindly heart, . Has lodging in his breast. The humblest board basdaintiea poured, When they sit do to dine; , The crust they eat is honey sweet. Toe water good as wine. S ' . They fill the parse with honest gold, Tbey lead no creature wrong; . So heavily fall the hammer stroke! Merrily sound the song! . ' "Wtthont there twain, the poor com plain Of eril bard to bear. But with them poverty grows rich. And finds a loaf tc spare! Their looks are f...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 May 1857

ISterilllw ftyf avaar oer the miad of Man." D. TUOBURN. - - - Kditob 1 TLursJay Morains, May 7, 1857. "Republican Legislature." Under tbic head we tee many opinions of our recent Legislature from tbe preaa ol our'Stale- With some it u a wholesale con3enntioB; wb:le with other ibey are all perfection. Both of theae epiciina can not be correct. If one ia correct, tbe o'.Ler B,ui be ia palpable error. To look for en tire perfection in any body of onn ia pre- oeterons; and on the otber side to say of all tbe men ibit composed the laft Legisla ture, ikat they are dithonr at, aud a set cf ptrty demagogues, and have dor.e i.othing, but squandered our money and dealt fraudu lently witn the State, ia equally prepoater oua, and afeo fa'se in the txtrfme. Such expressions as these ire common from the ppocilioa. - With one sweepfrg. wiitif ring condemnation, without appealing to any ftc't, they close by wn-hirg, hoping, and praying we mny rerrr have nnx-tlif r eiii-h; and we might add that had ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 May 1857

Local Intelligence. CHURCH DIRECTORY. ABBOWATS lerOKMED HE8BTTEWAW CHUftCB saw. ttimm Yotma fuut. Funic .wn.alpevwry SakMk at 11 'clock, a. nu. ul iBVTRi rrmririi Pastor. v. Jon taorvaT. rmMjcwmkvvrcryMkkatk Mil 'clock. a. at. end (H eraea. r. . 8aatli School M ottoc, . BU Fraynr mwh in ousoaasus WMMMtr WHIM. METHOniBT EPfBCOPAL CHCBTH Pastor Be. J. WoosBorra.. Fustic worship every Sab bath at It o'clock, a. n. SbkikBtkool B n-VMii ujackin Satbtfcrfr SOCIETY UF rlliIB l Brancuus, unaw dot ssd fUchsits Pabtic warship ob rim Day aad Peart Day at 11 ecsck. a. - Advertising. Jf W P.i ii.utrt Xr f New York and Boston; H. 8. ScBDi. New York: Geo A- CaorcT, and V. B.Pauox, Philadelphia, are oar authorized adver- uamc asena. All Aaven-tanrrncnis nwn uj tkaaa wiii receive prompt alien uoo. rVi READ THIS! All pertons know jj jp iag tbemielves indebted to the un- dersitmedwiUpleaMcailkod seuie immk utilt. either in cash or br note. After the 95 ih day or March, bit book will be fn the band of ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 May 1857

Agricultural. Select Seed Corn. Last years experience should warn fann er to be careful in selecting seed corn. There ie very much o( ast jeara corn that is not fall matured, and consequently not fit for eed. If you are not goinj o plant coo, would it not be trell tu sprout tome as test. AN EXPERIMENT Tata about one g:H of the droppins of the henroost, and scatter in the hill of corn be fore covering, end compare rows thus treat ed with otbtra, hicb have received different treatment, we Lave eeeii greater bei.efit de rived from explication of ben manure, than soy thing e'se e have ever seen tried. It is better suited fur corn an! the grains gen era 'y, than for root crop. The lat'er not receiving the seme tlements in their growth as are contained in the first. We would refer you to some facts in an trticle on thin subject in our last u-cuc. ANOTHER EXPERIMENT. When yon have planted your potatoes which should all be done this week cover several raws from three to five inches in dry 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. — 14 May 1857

Poetry. For the Chronicle. The Voice of the South Wind. TO HASTY. t cook, yes, come brat mnydiiM, Where the rases blsoea JI theyeer. Wlr the wild bird kwnr bet ikewnnme But I mm with a alga and Mr. I rode e the waves of the an H t , ' And pUred with in daaciaf brine; i thoccht all the werld u happy end free ., All spirits as joyfa! as anas 1 rode oa the wave, till a lowly strand, Lookim pleasantly to. atood befoie; The billow ajKoneioasly Wok oe tbe land, - And If Ued off to tbe abore. I iiiaiww far - tj fh T ' Far. fcr from tin spax-linf main; I sew many beans that aw 4e not a smile. . Aad I witaeawd tba huh. and las chaia. I heard the lew aaoaa. ad- the widow's sigh. Tee ecmeea. and the erjr af despair; The tyrant looked oa with a fiendish eye. While his iaogk aad his shoal real the air. O! wonder not bow. that my tear-drop Wl Aad ary voice is Biagled with sigh; ateeaor charishaa seaaes I would not recall. . Aad Isaails hat with aaarfnl eyes. 1 leaf. h! I loa, for th asaeyaea. - "...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 May 1857

Etera.il hostilits to everr ,orm f trr anay over the mind of M." ThursJay Morning, May H,IS57.; Western Land Fever. Ererj face is turr.ri towards lire West. Whilj tbwnd are 7 landing on our thorn from tie Old World, tew r thoua ardf re pushing on to the F.r West. The kardy pioneer ho bu sought home far onl on ibe wide prairie, find himself en crtiactied upon by enterprising neighbor, lifts his itakea and seeks a borne on the de serted buntitg .rcutids- . f the Itdian. who has fled before bim toward the setting son. Thus thousands crowding on tliou-ands arc filling op the Weslern Territories, each going farther cut than Ue oihrr, ttuii tn?gbtj Statea have gron up where s few years ago the roving lvi were the only iLhabitants. Ki.lifian ubo have inorcy st band seek the West and boy laud exten sivelynot to produce anything o it. or to improve, hut merely to bold it until tue crowd of settlers ill be willing to pay an exorbitant prire. Poor men gi there to seek a fortune ; men who have ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 May 1857

Local Intelligence. Special Electioi. The qualified elec tor I Richland township are hereby noti fioH to meet at the ureal place for holding elections, on SATfrtDAt, the 23d day of May, 1857, for the purpwe of e.ecung one peraon for Township Treasurer for the ea- "ear. By order oi me iuw,i.iu hu F. G. MARTIN, Township Clerk. N. B. Sapmieore are also aotifiel that there will be lot of Plows, Scrapers and ready by the 23d of May, for the F. G. M. F. G. M. Tp., Clerk. VVs AG BICULTUE A L MEETING. ICgY Tbe Board of Managers of the Belmont County Agricultural Society are requested to meet the Cocscn. Chamber. in ST. CLAIRSVILLE, on SATURDAY, Mat 16th. A full attendance i earnestly desired, as baainess of importance w ill be acted at (his meet ing. H. PENNINGTON, Pres't of the Board. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, May 6th, 1857. BENEFIT OF PR"F. CH.PAUDERT. A COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT ill be senoereJ to rrot faudert by Uw Bud lately madar kis airecUDa, Monday Evening.. next, May 18th. When tlMj will inuosl...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 May 1857

Agricultural. From the Country Gentleman. Moral Influence of Gardening. To moat mind, it is m sufficient argument tor gardening that it famishes a rational, Dieaaantand healthful occupation; that a well kept garden U an ornament to one's knn. ana a comfort to hi family. Ha it not the additional attracrion of a moral in-j fjence! That it has, night be inferred from the fact that erery employment gives tone and bias, more or leaa marked, to the character of bim who pursues it. The kindred pursuit of f.rzning, it is gencially conceded, exert a decided and happy influ ence an the character: why may nit the earn be true of horticulture! It is obvious that this employment with draws a man from many scenes of temptation- It does not send him into the haunts of vice in cities, nor into places of oharr traffic, where every high and noble principle U eacriSced to the lust of gain. I. do not often bring before bim the dark side or hu nt nature, and familiarize hie mind with gross wickedness, a...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 May 1857

Original The American Martyr. I r r-nr - 5- i . Twea Muiet upon Kansas. Shadows Were slowly gathering along th nnai, As the last light oi tlw departing day Faded sad dwd behind tbe Western hille. The woodman, weary with a hard days toil. Shouldered his axe. and worn the anfelled tree. An die prairie, aongbt his cabin bom. The earth was covered with a robe efenew ' WHea lay as calmly on her silent breast, Astee white abroad that at an ties eer the dead: The stars, the bright poetic stars, cane fcrtb . And (lotted sad twinkled ia thev &r off borne. As tftaetr watch-fire bad bees kindled as Solely to fight lbs wanderer ea bis way. Tbe woedssaa passed a hat orach fibs bis own. Aaat, as he Beared tbe spot, straase aeaods can - forth " From tbe low cabin, die tbe etifled aaoena Of some one in his mortal agony. He toned and en wring tae half open door. Beheld a sight at which humanity , la any age might abadder and tore pale. There stretched upon a pallet oa the floor. By (ha bunt flic...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 May 1857

gcimmrt (lpiucle. EtrTBrfMitrM. of trr aaay orer the tniad f Ma." frfHOBURN r"TTT EoiToi Thuisddy Morning, May 21,1857. The Iowa Election. Our Democratic reighbora have beeo E3&dinz their ebaftfliai etrength in frantic crowing over the festi'.t of the Iowa State efectkm. This U not the first time they hive bffrn toa faat in their jubilation. Il tWit really U a victory, over which there has Iwea so uiuJti parade, we are m iliing for tl.e t ie af kccpirg up (beir courage, to let them crow. Let the o!d thar.ghaPs enrill voice le beard mhile be ranrfor hi time ii abort, la the coming ccnteat the opposition of the SUre Democracy in old Belmcnt alone, mii! claim a victcy double over all the founda tion of this rrjoicirg' in Iowa. Here u the (cial report tf that electi.-D, end e hope cur friend of the G a telle ar-d Ciittin will ' irt htf Laiiybai reel mfcen he read it. Tnere were two Democratic State cfEcers elected one by five Iiondted and five, end the ether by five hundred end two ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 May 1857

Local Intelligence. CHURCH DIRECTORY. AWOOCUTE KEFOKMED PBESBTTEtfAM CflTJtCB a. Auuihi Yoca. Paatar. faHit wMtii cntT Sabbath at 11 a'cteck. a. Mm 1 'clack, . m. riuiavTUiAi cRninB-ruuc. Bct. Job a St clock, r. a. SaMaia kcbom a. -h . r. H. Praver aeeUac u in, aan ,a METHODIST EPISCOPAL- CBriril Pastor. kr. Jos. Wmwr. PaMie worrtip every bak Wta at II o'clock. . n. SaMwtk tfchool at Si. r. a. aiw-tKTT iP FBIENDB Tsra hraacaea. Ortho dox aad Uicaarw PaMts orahp oa First Day aad Pomnh Day at 11 a'ciact. a. a. Special Election. The qualified elec tor Qt Richland towosh are hereby noti fied lo saeet at the nana! place Tor holding elections, on Situriut. the 23d day of Hay. 1867, for the parage of ecting one perwm for Township Treasurer for the ea rear. By order oi the Township Trus F. G. MARTIN. Township Clerk. N. B. Supervisors are also notified that there will be a lot ol Ptaws, bcrapeia and Sledges, ready by the 23d of May, for the F. G. M. Tp. Clerk. LOWER THAN WHEELING PRICES! PUR...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 May 1857

Agricultural. The Cost of Fertilizing. The price of Peruvian guano has rien ince h vu first introduced and extensively need in tiiia country from about $45 to about 70 a tun. and now tbe farmer cry out 'What shall wo do we can't afford to use it!" Tht settles the question. No farmer shoolJ do what he cannot afford to do. Bat we should '.ike to inquire whether he can afford to do without sumptbinj to fertilize hie land, no matter what the cost. We are t re that the price of guano has tien almost bevond the reach of all but tboae lirinz near cities, who derie Urge prutiu by forcing specific crops, to feed those wha are willing, whether able or not, to di hiffh orioe lor their daily supply of vegetable food. We are aware, too, that outrageous frauds have been practiced upon farmers by the adulterm'ion of various kinds of stuff Bluff it is sold to farmers as srueno, superphos phales, poudrette, bone dnst, or some other name lor a concentration 01 lerc.i.ty, 10 us miraculously instilled ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 May 1857

Poetry. Poetry. My Mothers Grave. BY GEO. D. PRENTICE. V. . lUkMMntltrtan bO '! lf. f -Upoa t! eawkmg tome'm-MU - MM ieMeeu j- Mother! law lrvrav ..,..; Wave "r "thy Ie4--wheA ahau-al was f f.J'i-n'tvin AWm tfey child? - j .T'i-- -.- r. -S ; l Tisar M.iiTairrn una tsnaea van Jeoat toy brow, -l l 'L lamwk i iar 'stream. ' By ihe. asent la ehihioA aw, i n ro ; f.- t? Am a my enema, ; Teeta th f frf2"J v51- -1 " - Ail rwuwrn ihe bopei K childhood derk j V . 3 h frra 'tatter Mnl j Oft from lifcs-wiikered bower, i la esH xwMalitiHa utrli ttn1 ttti 1 trim ; r.i '. i - meaaur y'siira. " ": t . - --And; wbra e renin, aw-: j i - . sWaSa aWeroereot dim ' ware, p : . .stnyaobesrOieiughi wkWiwaJl ; J" Wave ry Mffcwf i . J ' .iiieibDfe-fty look btaebVikcMt ' ' , 1 Ism .-iotoua and Aygeatlo torn ' ; '- ";-Iklr. v-; ' ';01wcb wttiotnotelFtoi.'t... " i Mrtrawp chy nd in then mild : Bw.btoolhy child! 1 -vo,y,UM thf wiiI child. And o'or tby ara-aKgoa holiest brine Ohit lis spirit uuW&ied : , l - ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 May 1857

Iuensil atoatllity to every form artyr. . . staay aer tfce mini ofHiti" 1). THOBUkN. .-'..- - , - Editor Thuxsday Morning, May .28,1 857. "Be Sure and Publish all the Murders." . . . . v - ners. --, 1 'The-aWe is specitrwi of tie adWe fcaTe-rrcrfved &om v-aicois sources. We are aly 'Uty paterulry to accept eoun- rU-frwat abatrver quarter, snd act aceorJ- f?ly; P" Wed rtsioes not eonflict with our . " nn idoa of right and wrong. We are - aware that our cuiuicna havs not been so Clled with iturrible irtirdera aadbluodjtrif ' dia at a,ttj of the public printr; and H lull ve a yjiaot-:, iura aa sic 6 .' erred; b'lt that it ia e are nut convinced and rbatl not change our court till e are. Sucli publication can t.ot be productive o! gvod. Tbt-re is nothing connected there with calculate!? to do aa,y with crime, to . pinocle peace and good will among men; nothing that can purify om tsstea, or ele vate itir thoughts and arpirslioae to that atandard to mblcii e were designed torUe. On 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. — 28 May 1857

Local Intelligence. .Tea" B. ABD OF EDUCATION f R id-ran-i Tp- are reor-ate! to in ki. i luntiiH. oa oacwrosy 30 ih Mar, inst-.t 1 e'elock P. M - ,'ii 'T. G. Mabtib, Tirwnship Cleik. Local Papers. The Bulo JmstvW wAa: -Jet 'B-eaea mttaftha local ates-a wluem tra-aaaarea aa mi ouirt haw fiada ie av law a city pmpar, a k. ktka ak ' -- -an tbarxdnaioa ot has to" ar caaaiv aaaar.Ma aat fcJfiB kai tfatica aa eta' baa. fie-ek a aaaa ia eswrey tefiUa sea. tar he Beset aartaialy beta local pride.' - Commexcial and Jath ematieal '' 'iifariTVTE, - ;fI.17MBU8, OHIO. , emmas-B . . . : -j -'i ' .'.SfttadU Inducements to thou wuk ia . attend m Commertal VoUegt. . ' aiTVAnnkiTudARAxrEED!' i TtTITIOH FREE -, IbummerarTanoeieents cJa flO THOSE WHO EWTER My,IN inillil remst aeajB.awd anim JlUmi Bi-tftL,ABf-ifireV m M betas taa M day at Beat Bemrmiar cm. ih iwpinw ai'iMl cenrseef nnaUe Fuir M krwpinf its Carta ueral Imrtit, Mean hacralive employ. ' mala HBMKWtllnthlflMHIlMcCM , uuwKlii aiaety days alt...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 May 1857

Agricultural. Facts for the Farmer. Carrots consume 197 pound of lime to iVaecre; turnips but 90 pounds. - - - To add one per cenv of time to a soil that destitute of it, reflTaa-es 10 font of slacked ' .idic, t 7 of caaatic to the acre. Clay t iil permanently improve any aoil hat is sandy or leecby . Lime and leached . tabes will a!o beneSt leachy land. A cubic foot of common arable land will hold 40 pounds of water. .V. . A ton of dry forest lessee produce only JQQ pounds of mold; hence, 00 pound of mold will produce a ton of plant. Clay, appiied to sandy Ian J, ia far better ifcea Mod applied to clay land. Oae hun tirea ton to lae acre, win give an men in depth. Pur pbo'poraa id worth from' four tbon ' tand to five thousand dollar a ton; and as -rt Cuaea from the esrtli, it shot s bow scarce t ia. A rich Bold, formed by rotting clover, is worth more than the nine numbcrof pound "of clover. . 400 pouuda .of dry piaata wiil yield 100 of mold. 8ramp muck, or peat, when dry, -mill ta...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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