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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 4 June 1857

Poetry. Poetry. (Original.) Poetry. (Original.) The Battle of Life. "WWsre s4r fees eosflend,: aafcnd- . - - Ii tJaka tw yoar armor itwni. ..BiiSiirtorWMMnwj"1" " V da hk Wt SB0W , ., V We tban& nothbif dread, , . . While (nM! :Mraainm .j;. . V Poetry. (Original.) The Battle of Life. Give me the People. Poetry. (Original.) The Battle of Life. Give me the People. BY CHARLES SWAIN. v tit W-wia it : tfTWjAlik4helinj. i mri.n (ha mMlhit rJiMeneeU. . ' - WheteVtwete tolt tiie poMe pU :': ' ' b Anith ofheerr ud jmnljr fceBnrf Vw W tfm eeek. hw mind weak. " " TAtn feJiioo mie.inil iT wta ttf - '' Tbtbonie tome mtytowiye. TffhHtk4e people ia it!, . : - - - ! ' That iowh ereolteB ftirartr ? ' Andtree,heb-J1lr4nark. Mil twU M huh, end bkxw Aereet! 4rfjJndjoee,we"wt -: Who ehHB ivhatof welth.eetinn,. TtwmUiJiwnaeek. he noid ir weak. , Me fcehfairt -raile. aadHT to,'wn -The boom toM mT De' J, .V If I bat like" the people in' it! The Lust for Money. A Three hnngry reler foaed a bag o f gold;...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 4 June 1857

grffiuant (Lfinmicle. "Btenkal kMtttity every" ftrr mmut ver the miad of ." , Thursday Morning, Jane 4, 1857. Virginia Fleetion. The election a3 over the Sitw passed off quietly. Tlnt-oW wit mm 11 compared to . Ut fIL The Democracy h ibe majori ty is the Sute eo far u beard from, jet they JjiTe been defeated ia soma part ta a man as that look a Utile oninons.. Ohio coun ty baa keea Jearried by the opposition.- ' CAtBWEtthe popular Mayor of Wheeling ' it elected Sute Senator by a handsome vote, 4 CauvBXLVaa deaou iced by the Arg.s aa "the Abolition candidate aid; through this . BMaaa that loyal pre-alarery organ endear ' erad If bring iowa npoa him the censure of . the P. thi Fuddled Fogies) of Virgins and to eraah hna with that "public senti- neat ia 'which it gloried last fall, but "pub- lie eentiaient" and the Argus both last fall -' Ailed ta erueh libefty f apeech and what k deaomiaated Abolitioaiaa hs Wheeling; Im tha t-err maa vvbtf braved that censure, and waa branded aa a Bla...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 4 June 1857

..c iral . Intflligracf Local Pipers. L B ( ' - The Bottom Jbsnuf tBtnarke: "Not pan of the local oew which transpires in any . country lowa bait its way 1010 city paper, and be woo take the latter to the rviamoa ol his town or county paper, don mot UilfiU bit duties a a eu tam finrn a man la nnwoflhr M tilt a town tt- fica. for be moat certainly laeas local pride." B. B -Bi B Commercial and -Mathematical U G I xsLtIt-vte;, COLCjriBIS, OHIO." Splendid' Inducement to those who ui Jb " - " TPITIOJf FBEEI .'' v ' -- 8 U MME R A TULA. NGEMENTS. '1 THOsfe WHO ENTER MY IN- ' PTtTfJTE. r remit m ISO- ami tha aecare CUABAaTTEB aVH'rt.i(ir, any la let day latt fceinemlec can a comitietiaa a th-agb cmrsf Dbi Bntiy Boo keepiui an . ka Collalletal Bra-cues, secnr hlcratire aiak aseai .a commercial or lUitiafihuMiHtcmnl aau wttkia a met, day alw their gradaatMm. ar die the? will be iwnVmiuned iih lail aaioaatof ibesum paal law Mitiaa. aad Una realize jTre TBitioBa or Laciative Sitaatiau. Graduat...

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

Agricultural. What shall I do to-day. ) Every farmer well knows that there touch of Iits work that must be done in sea son, or need not be done at ell. For . . tr . nlaniaj . I iKa nrnnr e lite, n hmh i . n " ... r r ' liuic, a crop need not be ex pec led. Toe ground will not produce unless the seed be adder!, neither will the grounl and reed to gether produce without the aid of the warm rains and genial sunshine of Spring and summer. Hence corn must he planted in - the Spring cultivated through the .eurnmer, "and so of each of tlie other crops; Ley have jtlittf ilemioiia each iu their respective sea- con. But outside ot all Hn.; tbat farmer! call necessary wk. i-here '. Wber tfe manJs as Domerious, we might sar,s the "Va) of the year. Thfse ettxas erery god farm era i&Wc due attention.,, Jiow hrn erer the 'question strides which we hsve "ed,Bsi wist slill we cja to-dor, we propose pointing out a few'.hingsthatmight be done to 'advantage. The occasions to which wt alleire are wh...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 11 June 1857

Poetry. Poetry. (Original.) Poetry. (Original.) The Country Belle. Poetry. (Original.) The Country Belle. BY ROSE ELLWOOD. r Mi. M. A, bPa . I Tbef ofe i i Yob may see at the earliest down of the day. " On at tool near that pretty while gate, As with milk-pa Un hand, she ie singiaf a Way Oar bean tiful country belle Ka la- , Ebe it not afraid to do her share of work, -Nor ashamed at that work Jo be seenV Yet when ti all done, and al party or ball. She moves with the grace of quean. No aowder can make her pare while akin more fair . - - Kor paint lend a flow to her cfeeek; ' But the rose tint of health thathasasMejiee mere Makes her lorely as Georgian or Greek. Cosmetics or oils never touched her soft hair, Tomaks it more f lossy or brown; Yet, shading her sbolders so rounded and fair, Luxuriant ringlets hang down. ' And what thoagh her hands are .not tender sod f .white i Kor her feet like the Chinese in size. Yon 11 not think of them of their size or their shape - When yo look in h...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 11 June 1857

$flnumt Crmiide. jBwnTThSmiT everr'foni oftrr Mr over Ike mind of Man." gXIIOSURN; TT- - Editob Thursday Morning, June 1 1, 1857. Fillibusterism. fur lb Utl irn year., our country tiae tea concuntlr agitated more or lea by data of lawleee intSitidual, ho are arabi lioat for fame whether gotten booiTabljr or tliabonorably. Id quick fuecetaion we have the attack upon Cuba of a few adrenturera from the BaTice of the United State in the Mexican war, followed by the more daring enterprise of the unfortunate I srri Both of theie reiulted in defeat and the death o( nearly all who engaged in the unjuat war. The bloody hiatory l these defeat stand a warning to all who hare eimilar aspirations. Soon after ihia Gen. Vucei began his criminal career in ar, attack upon Loerer Califoriana and from there to Nicaragua. W'.iere he haa become not' riout for deeds of blxxl that woold make dpril incarnate btaaji with aheme. Hii actions throughout are wit boat 'one eoSHnentable featur' He f oatained bi p...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 11 June 1857

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. MAIL EXPRESS. H v r. S.Ct . CleaeM iS - Lewi Mill .! " Wmm . BnnNdi 3 - IWUU JS lanrssville (,47 " . aataa siar. Barwesvilla fJMA. MA . Betre Mills ." . BeJaaewt , " . ? " Lewis' Mills .S7 -. . J a - Glow. 7. " '. J " Bellatre ' ' 7,4 ' - ' 4,1 " IT ml maam this until farther sxxiee. .... J. WELSH. AgeaL Local Pipers. The Boston Jomal remarks: "Hot dm tenth part of the local newt which tranepirea in if coontrv town find in way into a dry paper, and he who takes toe latter to the exclusion of his town or eooniy paper, does not fulfill his duties as a eit- Daa. coca a man is an wormy to nil a towai oi- fcce. far be most eertanjly lacks Meal pnoe. 'OirTh" Presbytery of St CU:riIIe,will tneet in Uor-istoarn on Tuesday the 17th lost , at 11 o'clock, a. M, Jobs Moffat, S. C (grlmnciMX baa been removed from fcEFHAS Carroll's farm and its low at tie table of the National Hotel in this townn charge of Lewis Ransom...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 11 June 1857

Agricultural. From the Country Gentleman. Experiments on the Curculio. A great number of remedies against ny diiensf , indicate both its formidable nature and the difficulty of core. It is so with the Cunmlio we have bad many prescriptions, goud and bad. Among the bad or inefficient ones are, salt, lime-wash, sulphur, tobacco liter, aoap, cotton band on th.-1 rnk ipad U.g p before freezings erious tend odoir, botllea of water in the trees, and many more; while among J ha more useful anJ effi ient remedies, may be named, paring, duatine daily with asliea, jarring down on sheets, and turning in pigs and poultry. Pivinv can be anolied only in certain in stances: the two next may be used any where, and tl.e last, nan ely, pig- and po. ity wherever nrovision has been made for the Cunrinemennt of theec animals. Our present obiect is to show the large vote which has been givei. in favor ot the last named remedy, throughout the country that our readers who have not given it i full trial, ma...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 18 June 1857

Poetry. Poetry. [Original.] Bury Me Not at Night. J, bury ine not at Night lonely hour Wbea the moon and stars give a cheerless light. When the bright, merry birds, are aerkjrig their a boT'n, ; . . .." P, bmime bury me not t nigh'. - O, biuy me uc4 wheA Sight satbU gloom 'i-Has spread her mude o'er all tbat is bright; ; IoCtho aanVpiyBrrays ligbt my'palE to tbe tomb, :OJJ7toeiory enot atnighL . " . ; 0, bury me not in the dark, dark eight. Nor alone bat place me by those I lore, . This earth is illumined with joys pore and bright, Which halo's na all from atore. . O, bory me xrt in the lone lone night. For thiaworld's not a Bcheerieaa test - There are bright bright spots on the 'desert of Life v . . , -. .With hepe's cheering ray. there ever will be. , O, bnry jne not in thedull, chill night -' Bat this one cherish 'd, bumble wish I crave, My spirit may aoar io the realms of light, - '' 's' ' And happy angels chant o'er my grave. .". RUSTIC. BELMONT, Mat 10th, 1857. From the Ohio 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. — 18 June 1857

' EUrmaU hostility crery'foiw rtrr May awer the naiad triu." 6.J THOBUiwV Editor Thursday Morning, Jane 18, 1857 What qualifies a man for Office. This it rurtinfnt truesiioa t the presen r - " timfc.'Theopl are begining to look fomi for itrittble men, to fill the artot-a cfieee of County and Bute; nd upon tbit . taportaat .natter it ia but right that e hoold ctrefullr consider the requisite claima to office. The American people ere ewerned too touch by eympthy end im ru'ee end sot enough by reason in the seleo ; . tios of their rulers; by Impulse in higher and bv arm pat by In the losrer department . It ie too e-iien made the plea that such and such a one needs sn office. . They are t...;ti j-irrnmitiDcts. and if we do CHIVll.i'( - " "not five them a lift they may come ta want The, all bae its bearing, and is frequently nred. eatirerr forgetful tbt to such the ,. ; temptation to appropriate abat dues not be long to them is double what it wmiu oe tV... m better circnmvisnces. We do W...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 18 June 1857

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. mail; EXPttBS. BdUm Mi. U. Vkencoe J " Lewi-' Milll .! " Mnt " BarreMIDa . " Bertoso . us . - SM 1,1 l.M J,i x, - l-trr. wstnw bait. luWTllb s3 A. MA AW P. 1 Bern NUb .".. - Belesowt . ( A - Bel lair ', ' U " Densest ansa tkiantn farther Bailee. J. WELSH, Agent. QThe School Teacher Examination will be held at its Banal place of meeting, ton Saturday the 87th inct. TO CORRESPONDENTS. W would have you nnderstand that oar laa are aa nncbargable as the laws of the Meada and Partialis that we can in no case publish an article without the writer's name. "Asses" will please take notice. fe-Onr "Locals" he delayed writing in order to fire as the latest news from the cornel, and consequently do not appear this wek.' Pn Vnr I.iit-I nVlnrr. P. M We hare just 'stopped the press to say the eoajet has not struck yet. ttirThe Post Mister from Logan, Ohio: writes that the comet has not yetatrnek that part of the Earth; n...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 18 June 1857

Agricultural. Fall Turnips. It is too toon to put these in; bat Dot too oon for you lo le providing manure fur tbein. And here let us say to you that this crop always prosper best when two plough ing are given to the ground. Tbe time for sowing the seed will be about the 25th of July. For an acre of turnips yau should at least have 20 two-borae cart loads of well rolled table or barnyard manure, 20 bushels of ashes, and 1 bushel of plaster, the manure to be ploughed in, and the two latter to be broadcasted and harrowed in. Tea bwhela of bone-dust, iO bushels of sshea.and gal Ian of oil, mixed together, left in heap 3 weeks, and then worked ofer with tbe ahcvel,will manure an acre of turnips to be harrowed in; 60 also will SOO'lbg. of guano and 1 bushel of piaster, mixed together and ploughed ino also Would 20 bads of marsh mud, 10 bushels of ashes, 5 bushels of bone dust and 1 bnshel of plasier, if thoroughly mixed together, and left in a heap 5 or 6 weeks, then worked over well wit...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 25 June 1857

Poetry. [Original.] The Storm King. Amid" the wild taw of tumal tnaM war. The Storm King it mounting his fire-lighted cor. And manhtlline the spirit that yield to his away Preneres for hia march oo h deaolate way. From'foias deep care in the clime of the north. Unchaining the wind and conducting them forth. He bud them as Conner to hia chariot of clouds That" circle the earth with it dark mantling ""abroad. .. .-- .-. j Then giving therein to his mettlesome steeds, Throagli fathom less labyrinths of ether he leads; la the pomp of hi pride he exultantly rides. As reckless the manner a the courae be guides. Hia path i illumined by the lightnings fierce flash And hia bugle notes i the thunders load crash. While shout be and siugs in bis wildest career At thought of the havoc be lea re in bis rear. Throagh fields and through forests Vr upland and deU - He urges bis way like a spirit foal snd fell. And tarn not aside to shun steeple or tower . Bat drives them to esrtb by the night of his...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 25 June 1857

teraeU hostility to every form of tyr , . auajtr over the mind of Man." Thursday Morning June 25, 185. "" C"Tt Editor is absent in Pcnnylfnia -Heath of Miller Pennirgten, Esq. Oar entire community vs itirllef ob ,' aland evening by the announcement or - th death oi MlLLEB PEHKlSeTOB, Esq., - Trfeeh took place at about bulf-pa.t six o'clock.. Hi disetae wu fcemorrJ'ajre of ' the lungs. '''' ' The deceased bad risen to suchpromi ( aaoc. in Uii section of the State, that Lis lose will bar severely felt. He has filled r: offices of trust aod honor, with creditjto ' timseff and constituents. Serving the peo ' pk ef this county in toe Legislature for ' ?mber of years, where he ranked amojjg tba ablest debaters on its floors, he retired ' Mr the practice of the law in this place. ' Aspartieai formerly stood, Mr. Peibton ' was a Whig, but when that party disbanded, ud that enormous iniquity, the repeal of the Missouri Compromise, was throat upon tie North, be, with a great body of tbe North...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 25 June 1857

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Bemont County. MAIL. EXP1E88. MIM T. - MM arnwr. I attain i JO A. M. , P. M, GteMC, S.5 - . tJS - Lw4t am , t . " BrinM - V ; 3, BwraMOk J " .88 " ButoH - (.33 ( 3.M " BarMeriQe M7 " 3.S8 " am urr. 1 him et. Inwili t3 A. M. i.0S P. M. wnm '. JS " 4.W " tintMillt , 333 - Bdaon , - ( 3J& - Lewis' MBS " i.SS " SkHN . - ,?J 1.SS sMIaii. ' 7,4 " I 4, IS Dmo bdm tbie u til farther arnica. Stations in Bemont County. J. WELSH, Agent. The School Teachers Examination; will be held at'hs vsoal place of meeting, ob SaUtrJay the 87th lost. MEDICAL The Belmont Medical So ciety .will met at the Norton House in Bell aire, on Thorsday 16th day of July, 1857. at 10 o'clock, a. m. President Scbooley, will deliver his inaugural: Or. Dyas, will read an essay. Class No 17. consisting o' Drs. Walker, Warfield, H. West, S. B. West, Williams, Weirich and Updegraff, will report cases. HENRY WEST, Sect. June 25th, 1857. fhi- SCHOOL EXAMINATION...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 25 June 1857

Agricultural. Toads in the Garden. Never dei troy the toad. We are asaured that 'nothing U made in vain,' and very alight kno- ledge of natural history will bow us that even the toad the most uni versally deprecated of all reptiles, perhaps, with the riceplioo of the viper may be of some use. In the first place we discover that toada feed on all kinds of grubs sod worm,.; consequently they serve to protect the vegetable kingdom from the ravages cf its most insidious end destructive foes. The pestiferous csoker worm, is a favorite food with him, and he devours, indiscriminately, all kinds of garden grubs, and in large num bers, lor his dilating powers, and capacity of deglutition almost rival those of the an aconda. Craring only the protection of a turf or chip, he labors incessantly for man's benefit, and deaiuds for his invaluable ser r vices no guerdon aa a reward. The anti pathy cherished by some towards the toad, is the consequence of perverted views, snd should be corrected. Ia...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 2 July 1857

Poetry. [Original] Oh bury Me not in the blaze of day. Oh bury Me not in the blaze of day. TO HASTY. Nay bary me aot ia the blase of day, With werdlings shining roand; ' Who fightly tread with steps so gay, JJpoaihsfcaJlowedaunad. .. 4 . .', put wait till the noisy throng retires. Tin songsters sink u real, Tha lh of day in night expires, Than Nry aae low to not i A few tree beam mlone be tbort, A few warm tear be abed; ' No sound ot discord on the air. Around my lowly bed. '.' Then feel, oh feel my apirit near. Rejoicing to be free. Oft fiittinc o'er tbe sable b ier, . ., With joyous melody. Then let this farm of earthly mould, ; . No more afieetioa claim; '. But know and feel me with you still, . -' - And softly breath my name.' Thus may 1 linger romtd your way ' With htppy soogs of fare And breath perrhanre aa angel strain - Caught from the sphere above. ELIZA. ELIZA. MAPLE COTTAGE, May, 1857. The Child Angel. - Yhey aade her a gray at evening, They knelt by ber side to weep, Tbe...

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

rlrnont CIjvjgmcIc. aStern! hostility tvery'lorni oftjr-anay over Use miad of San." , . - II. TH Oil LBN, - - - LlMTOR Thursday Moraic, July i REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. YEXTIOX. ' . MrTf. nf thi "r"iiMii-sn Sinii ' Central Coniiait'ee, in conji:nction with tiif j m-n.bprs i( the Lerrinletnrivnd j other distinguibhed Kr publican. tr m van- i I am cfYue State at Columbus, ou tl e j 14i'o ( January. 1657, after mature cousid-riit'i-n.it resolved that it was espedirnt 1o bold the State Content ion of the Rep; b- l;ran oriv of Ohio rr the noDiiHtion i.f ... . , . f! k,., lOth .1 ' Cliie I ltKt, at miuittiifoj "ii Anjust ntxt. In conformity t this reqist. the Stale CeDtral Committee announce to the Re publitans of Ohio that the delt-pale from the varoiieouiiti--6 of the Stnte ill asscm bi in the city ol Colotubu. on ilia 1 2 th d:;y of August next, At !0 o'cli ck, A. M., for the purpose of putting in nomination candidates for the follow ins effices: for Governor, Lieuten!, Governr-r, p...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 2 July 1857

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. MAIL, otaa m. Betlajre S.30 A. a Lewi-' Mill (.1 BetsMnt .eS " BamMf!! J " Bartons ,3S EXFRESeV him wwrr. ,0S r. 2.35 - S,5 " S,t " 3.08 - 3,1 " 3,88 " WIM BT. Fill ,47 Oil CT. , 3,05 p. at Barton .SS ( . Bam Mild ,3 Mmm (.49 " Lewis' Mills a.5T " . Cleaeo - tM " ' Bellairs T, " ' Deserti pea tauanlB farther notice i . 4.M . 33 358 3 35 " 2jsa - 4.1S - J. WELSH, Agent. - MEDICAL-The Belmont Medical So- tiety will net at tbe Hon on House in Bell aire, on Thursday 16th day of July, 1857 at 10 o'clock, a. U. President Schooley, will Mlirer hi inaugural: Dr. Drag, will read an essay. Claw No 17, conaistinpo' Dra. Walker, Warfeid, H. West, 8. B. Weat, Williams, Weirich and Updegraff, will report cases. HENRY WEST, Sect. HENRY WEST, Sect. June 25th, 1857. CELEBRATION :ynxt ocnoois vi ybL LlairsnJJe will cel-'TT'ssSSava? hratr tba 4th at Mr. tlpnilT Grove ' Thp will meet at tbe Court House at 9 o'clock, v., and ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 2 July 1857

Agricultural. Effect of Clover Hay on Animals. - Some late writers bare taken the position -lirawinw liny produces roost injurious !Fect on domebtic animals, particularly hor ses, and that to this cause ibe great increase of diseased horses u to be attributed. Ve lately beard a farmer affirm that be believes the introduction of clover into general cul tivation the greatest curse yet infl e'ed on the country, and assigned as a rets n for hi singular opinion its effects on atnm-ile when tided as f-xlder. Late English w iters have attributed to this kind of bay 1 he prev alence of heaves in diseased horses, and the great increase of oihtr disenee thit affect tbe respiratory organs. Th a is a must im portant subject, and shoo'd receive a fuil and thorough invert gutu n. Cluver is too important a plant to be dis carded or condemmd, except upon the m -s satisfactory evid- nee. Its va'ue as terlil izer and a preparative f.ir wheat, to say nothinj ol its ue fr pasture and hav, would " deman...

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