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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 November 1857

Poetry. [Original.] Autumn. Autumn. BY EAULIE. lb pensive autumn days bare come, ;Ttm aadoW of the Tear," ISow the green foliage of the traei, V -AtUswt Bowers aiaappear. All natanrt changing fields of green "Bedecked with flowers, grow gray; r . Tbe feathered songsters too. hare Sown, Te fields man bright and gay. The falling leaves aroand ns call .Up memories of the past, Wbea friends we loved were forced to fall, Eeneath nistutuBK blast. , The fl owers are like the dreams of youth, - Too bright, too fair to last; 'They perish 'neath the worlds cold frown, ' Lils kaves in sutumn"s blast. - Onr hopes decay. Oh, who can tell i The sncaish of tbe bean. When friends we lore so well decay, -. And art farced to part. Is then no friendship tasting bars. Is eartb doll clime too cold. To nourish love sad friendship dear Far better, far, (baa geld. ' saasTUts Frasr. Oct J857. Never Part in Anger. BY HENRY AVELING. ,, JJever part fa anger i Mortals! ye are frail! ' '-'.'. .. ,-, Soon in deat...

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 November 1857

KtetU.fl boHiiy ! eeiT form oftyr nanr over the mid of Man. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1357. Kansas Election and Kansas Fraud. The Rn ejection is pint and )r-1 it ir carcelr known what is the resu't. Kiiongli however i to wn to reveal some of ihc oat glaring frauds that ever di.-rrccd ti e , tgllot box. There is not a dutibl but had jo-lie been dour, the free fta'e party w.uld bave had a glu iols tictorv? for h h is long been "ranted even- by our opptueu's tl at w . thev wert Ur in the mi'iorrr But y.t u. - 'det the Demon at-'c Brrangemeuw, tfcey :e to be bealeu when they have -ome oot in atreng'W. The Republlcai.s have ehct d PaBBoTT, by from two to five thousand uia. jority; th:s the uppositiou do not dispute But they re bound to bave the L"gila"tre- if not by fair, then by foul mean. To show eome of tlie ex'ratr liaary effort sited to a e piplisli their end we give the ' vet as first and lastly returned from one dittritt. During the election nothing r.f mrerest happened, end all con 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. — 5 November 1857

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. MATT.. KicRT expuu. otaa Beltasrs 70 r. u e.i - .CI " e. - P.S7 -,C8 - CIlKM Bartons w I 7,w ; MM BAST. hih rr. 34 A. M .43 - JS - . 7 S3 - 7.M " I.4S neas turn o. . Bartons . Bam Milk t.lO f,4 .o " .17 . i clsssw t . I .mm' Mills 3leca 3S AN EXAMINATION OF Teachers will lake place at the t cliool House, or Marietta Street, on SAT URDAY, the Hih. io-t. D. T. COWEN, Clerk. (gj-Tbe ehaiq gang, which waa at work oa the streets last week, under the new or dicanee, baa been dismieied. GueM il didn't pay. fJ-Court of Common Pleaa commenced intbu place this (Wednesday) morning Hob. Job W. Oiet presiding. A Urge number of important caaeaare to be decided C-Tbom-b Y. TinruH. we!l known In these parts as a politician, temperance lec turer, and Methodist preacher, baa left that drnomiuatiuo and connected himself with the Congregational church. In timca past be resided in Cambridge, and waa elected to the Legislature fr...

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 November 1857

Agricultural. Mineral Wealth of Ohio. Men go to California lor (!, and f k pearls in Diucic shells, but a greater than gold- or pearls i here. Kxp -rience ha proved that the nsost productive uf all mining ia ol coal and iron. Tne Boone aad K-n-tons hunted over mines. aiisuspected am: un known, wbicb will became tiie we!b .f iiroreages. Alreidy tiit'e is iar mureco:l and iron raises in Ohio, tb n the publir bave, any idea of. Either the ceitstia of 130 wu greatly delect ve, or the growth of mi ning .ia. OhUi baa immensely incraed iu the last seren year. Intact, t know the bat to be the case. In tiie c ant es oi L' rence, Jack on, Vintin and llocking, many new .furnace liave been opened. ai,d m tbeae at in other ibings there are pre- im provements. A furnace now turns out near ly doulle as much ires as it did latii y yearsro. Tbe deiaind for iron increases a-tso ttyond all precedent. It is not, at some suppose, the construction of railroad nly, which has occasioned ibis demand. All tn...

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 November 1857

Poetry. Poetry. [Original. ] For an Album. BY ROSE ELLWOOD. i"otnetiunf for your Blbcm." Jennie It lb boon yoa ssk of me, Next come op the pond'roai question. Of -what shail thi MmeUung' bet " 8hB I write it grme or merry. .Umrt and iwr' or drv and lonf. , Shall it be 'blank-Tene'potm, Or jingling, rhyming song! . Tbea,of oil toe kinds of measure. Scarce I know which one tocheoee, ' That will gie you moet of pleasure, And your patience not abase. So I'll e'en take up my pencil, And writedown what first 1 think; Then, perchance my beat of wishes, 3 I a rhyming lines may link. r.. . -Stay Ihy life be like the album, . .; "V- Bpouess, purely, calmly fair. And the lines Time writes upon it i Leave no Borrowing marks of care. Jieyt thou never want for friendship; True and firm m time of ae-d; ' May thy heart o'er fond Wipes blighted Never have a cause to bleed. flat, if trouble should tome o'er thee Causing anguished tears to fall, , .. : And the darkening cloud of sorrow " , blose aroun...

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 November 1857

- " rV.r . ,m i -2' ''' ' Etrflrf1 hostility te f.xr.Tj form(tyr- , n u r wvcm ..-. - ST. CIiAXRSVILL.E THURSDAY, NOYCMEER 19, 1357. THANKSGIVING. PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR. - I accordance with a venerable uie J In compliaixe with a just public scnii ftient, ! invite lie People of Ohio to observe Tecksdat, the 2Gth of the present nKn'h of November, as a sy of Public Thanks giving to Aljughtt Goo. To flm to hath visited tbe Earth and . blefsed it and made it very fruitful: to Him, bo bath crowned the year with His Goodncia, making our valley la atand thiik with corn, and filiing uur barns with plenty: tc Eik who hath greatly W sod us in the Increase of the ground, and in the gath ering in of the froiu thereof: to 'Him, who Kaib. defended us frnm tlie Pestikace that walketh in darkness ai fron th sickness that destrcycth at Boonday . . to HiMi who haih given es peace in al' cor borders, protecting u alike frqjn fureiga invasion and from' internal eoiwroolron: to Him, let u all, ass...

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 November 1857

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. -MAIL. KIOHT EXPRESS. toin wist. Bellaire 6,80 A. Cleaese - Levi.1 HOIS .4 Belmon' - Ctt Bursal His " Pylons 7,0 Jarnssville " ;jo r. m e.i6 " ex r,43 e. - ,t otaw btsst. Rarnesvill 8. r. Barlows WI " Snrra Mill M ' Belmont ,0 Lnra' Mill .I7 Stance 4S ' aufl east. . - eu " 6 AS - 7,03 - 7M " 7.4S . ellaire J0.00 Pepead this aalil further aetice. Ufa - , J. WLLfH Agent. Clxxcoc Sept. 36, 137. (trA good Engineer and machinist cu be bad by inquiring at this office. OMr. Moffat is to preach in the Meth odist Church on Thanksgiving day, at 11 v'clock. ' OtrWe would inquire of the Post Master t Demos wbr it is that oar papers are ta ken to Woods6e!d sod brought back to De tnos before distributed to subscribers. Sut ctibars in that neighborhood are complain ing Litterlv. and re would like tb P. M.'s to provide a remedy. (rWe see by the last Barnesville Intel ligeneer that the School Teachers, Institute I will rca i...

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 November 1857

Agricultural. (KT'l'lre " subjct of more impor t'ucK to the American farmer than the kooalede ol the menui which siisH btt liable tim tu increase the ueinUfr aud .val ue of bis lite otoi fc, of wbtttu g'lss luriii-bcs the principal eusltuatire. it uuy sattiy Le aid that the great defect in our agr. culture U the failure to rear tne StfGper number and Aifit; ol animals. 1 he experieucs 01 Ku . gland and FraucoJbofSciei.tiy dt nr.oi.fiU.teB Me important irulli that, oh ibe satue num ber of acres allien arc sww cullivateJ iu iUe United Stale, if Hie rjuciiii'.y oi live alvca were doubled, the aggregate (jj.n iw o: grain produced might aieo be great y iucreae ed, and without any corresponding iiicu-aae in expeu&e. The explanation ol what at-ems at first so ptrad.jitcai id ound in the tart . that, in this uia:iiier, ihe land wvu!J be kept constantly in be er hearu Ins'ead ol deierioraling Iroui yer to year, a i the case where grain alone is the principal pro-, duct, if a proper- prop...

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 November 1857

Poetry. From the Stylus (Bethany College Magazine.) An Invocation. BY S. M. B. c , " Come with caul Are! ' . Come with mister's hand, tad twine j ' Thy myrtle round my lyre. " Still th young lip when words of lore " Would rush sway from thee. flash thy sweet voice and gaze abore - - And dream of heaven and me. - r. , . j Id mercy, waste not thouirht like thine On hearts ol coarser mould Come to my bosom's lonely shrine, ' ' . . j, 12 It nerercan crow cold. j Come with thy spirit's dewy flowers j, That I so long to grap, r j ."Mid all the storms of Autumn hours , , Tneyll fade .noun my elssp. ' ... . t ;Ph hear me. ar me, learn to prize. My spirit's trembling lone; ' Know that there is one heart sighs! ii' The echoes of thine own. LeaTe those who cannot know thy worth. Although they smile on thee, - c"Cme to the only ene on earth -C iCan love thee, come to me! r r.". . t Toe "Hard ,r ute" luve waked up some very practical poet. There is route humor, and a kit W advice in the followin...

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 November 1857

DELINQUENT TAX LIST, DELINQUENT TAX LIST, For 1857. THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF THE DELINQUENT LANDS AND TOWN Ia)TS is Belmoat Icut.ty and State oi Ohio, relumed y ibe Treamiier of Mid county, a waica the Texe for the year IMSS were aot pai.l. aad ubich are art jet paid, to which are added a lieaaltjr i 3fc fi ceat . and liic aiaiule Tun of leS7: DELINQUENT TAX LIST, For 1857. LANDS. COLERAIN TOWNSHIP. Owaera' Kaaea. McConr all, Leaader fcaulh, K4jiaiai or lass. . Ta. fee. What part of or Bee. Ko.cf Acre. tern 3 3M kl N VV 4 3-' 0 3 7 -Si S U 5 j7 7 1S7. 9cm 93 i 10 o FLUSHING TOWNSHIP. 6 10 13 Pt in IV 3.i 10 10 19 e pis e 40 5 70 7 3 99 i 11 03 7 71 6 GOSHEN TOWNSHIP. Vteft.O.aries C. Gret Ne.aoa Keakett, Julia J. tWfifu Mr illiua me McFarland. Ifaac lad, elaxoael ioiMOa, Joba F. Piaipeoa, JvhB T. Vaulaaaea, Katbaa Maddall, Fraatw if. Vftaxlerd, Joua S S s 5 5 S S s 5 S s tud a t N E 8 EPt 6 W t N W h M ft Ft E i S W s e ps w B W 19 Id 33 34 14 30 31 1 24 S4 34 "SB N Eat.6 W " Ei I...

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 November 1857

' tliramf CJjranitlt. Eterastl hostility to every form -ftyr-uiT OTr the mini of Man." ST. CliATRSVILLE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1857. Kansas Constitution. ' The Convention in Kansaa has forced a Constitution, and are now ready for admis sion as a Slate into the Union. It will be remembered that tbe Slavery party bad all tbe power in tbe;r own bands, and tbat tbey were elected by concemptible minority of tbe voters of tbe Territory. Tbe will of tbe people wai tbwarted by tbe trickery and knavery of the slave party, backed by their leader President Bucuai. Yet tbia same slave party who, by the way, calls itself. Democratic strange misnomer consoled itself with tbe prospect of success, and de ceived others by telling tbem-the Constitu tion was to b submitted to the people for ratification; that tbe Government would not recognize it witboat; that the people of tbe Territory would yet have a voice in making their laws. Many honest Democrats truty believed this, but ihey can no longer clos...

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 November 1857

Agricultural. From the Ohio Cultivator. Is this An body's picture. Tjirre's neii.'-'or S . 11' em-tr-D w.ta bis farm, Ik-1 eve tUat tirjinii :g i. too ccfcly to Iw prucliCt d, end el eJ not pay protection t-j duck. Ii V ves tl.Up djird ter.ce in iron: uf bi dvnl.irg, birksd by a row ofcrigy peach lrt e. Hi d jarj i( tLe epace in lr..nl o!' li e bouse, coi:'iug ol u uiiMghliy V! C "' green logs, to te ci.t ita ectason re iiiren tlisbarii! the rof de eved el d r. C eJ. with the board here r,2 ti re from tbe aidcs:an open yaftl, ulit-re 1 n - U-r a herd ot low ing catvle may te sett:, pinched who cold, and trampling the r :.'d ier tinder their fert. Hi fa'inloj; imp e- tuenlt! ihey are lew ar.d uri.p.e Cij into the road, aiid ther! Lv V.ie 1cr.ce a lien f..llo !,,-.! !,., not in ne " ' r 7 .. . TOU Hi I KT lurui. XI U WiJ f lder Li x stands there, rea 'y lo d:o; to nieces hv it own re:"lit, a u.ree c iriieiou draj res'a conCtiiiisly biiu t it, !.i.e .a little wy iff isthe ploa-, n-h:cf...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 December 1857

Poetry. From the Atlantic Monthly. Santa Filomena. BY H. W. LONGFELLOW. 1 ' Whene'er m noble deed u wrought, Wheaetr i spoken obleilwaelit. Our hearts, in glad surprise. To higher level rue. The tidal wave of deeperwnla Ibm aw inmost bei.ig rolls, And lifts as unawares Oat of all meaner cares. .Honor to thoue whose words or deeds Thus help ns in our daily needs. And by their overflow Raise as from what is low! Thus thought I, as by night I read Of the great army ot the dead, . The trenches cold and damp. The starred and frozen camp. Th wounded from the battle plain, . In dreary hospitals of pain. The cheerless eorriJors,! The cold and stony floors. Lo! in that noise of misery A lady with a lamp I see Pass through the glimmering gloom. And Sit from room loroom. And slow, as in a dream ol bliss, The speechless sufferer turns to kiss Her shadow, as it falls Upon the darkening walls. As if a door in heaven should be Opened, and (hen closed suddenly. The Vision came and went, Tne light s...

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

IBttajont Cljrjonidf. tSlera.il boatility to ererf form oftrr aar over the nfad ofSIao ST- CLAIRSVLE THURSDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1857. Who shall Vote. Our reader will remember thnt to Keek ago ue published '.he coorerraiion vblcb paased between Jude GulLD,r.d an applicant (or LU naturalization pf-era and also gave soma comments on the same. 3Jr. Hato last week takes us to tails ia s brave style aud proceed to give !iia a idea of the qusl.firatifLS of a voter. We were not surprised at aii ia Mr. Meatus, knowiug that much of his support comes from the club to which we allude. He who ought to Inoic then gje to n deCue, "All that ia nee aairy to be a good citizen ia to posses a good character, to be obedi Dt to the laws, and to be atlacliedtu the institutiuos of the country lhat Sor! pro tection ta hit property, bit liberty and hif life. To support it officers in tin txettdion its lavs, to pey for the maintenance ol the government in pro portion 1o the property i,e poMesseE.i in case of our c...

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

Local Intelligence. . fc- SCHOOL TEACHER'S EXAM lgtf " INATION at the usual place, on SATURDAY, Decemder 5ih. V Wheeling Intelligencer etatea -thtt Mr. J. B. Tozer, of Nashville, Ttnn will re-opea the Atbenium of that City 1. about the 10th totu ' 55-Coort adjourned last night, after a long and rather tedious term.' Tl ere were tut few of the State cases tried. A great . amount cf business ia left ftr the March term of court. 1 w.iitr Hftmh has been too luv" 1 in business and i too well Inown lo require a recommendation from us. He is out in mn advertisement, to which we refer our readers. Hetmam's customers don't often -.oi Kim He has now a splendid fall v - , and winter stock. , C-Mr. Pkebtice (ailed to reach Wheel o....r Kn h.m Vtmnhed the - ing - j ' " Committee that he will be there to deliver his lecture on "The Present Aspect anl Tendencies of American Politics." on Fii. day evening, the 4th inst. Eheimstsck. 141, Main street, Wheeling, is just prepared to out tell all compet...

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

DELINQUENT TAX LIST, DELINQUENT TAX LIST, For 1857. rpHE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF THE DELINQUENT LANDS AND a whicfc the Taxe for the year 166 were not paid, and which ui net yet paid, in which are added a . laanj e aer ceni.ua iam auatpw sue va am.. DELINQUENT TAX LIST, For 1857. LANDS. COLERAIN TOWNSHIP. Owner.' Kimm. McCoarell. Leaader (iU, Epbruia ally of IK. 7p. fee. What part of qr Bee. So. of Acres. $ cm 30 hKW 4 Si 0 7 ii Kt SO S 57 7 1SS7. 93 10 07 V FLUSHING TOWNSHIP. Woods. Wil!ian 10 13 BV 160 W 13 Ml W 3H 10 1U 19 EP18B 40 Kill S 70 7 IM1 44 31 S 11 03 8 7 71 6 GOSHEN TOWNSHIP. Cleft. Charles C. Greg-, htaom Heskett, John J. Ling William McFanaad. Isaac Mrai, tuiiul Fiaipaoa, Jolis P. tlHMM, lobs T. Vaaiaasca, Kaibaa WkImiI, Fraucia 31. Warlord, Jolia S 7 19 b M N E 25 7 46 I 13 17 9 i 7 U 8 B Ft 10 3 44 i 6 43 8 S 7 S3 8 VV t 1 V 1( 4 19 51 3 35 56 9 J 7 34 K W Pi 10 5 59 0 7 53 S J 7 34 hEISW 17 0 47 7 19 77 6 $ 7 SB M S4V34 45 049 5 7 3 Pi S W iS 4 04 0 7551 S 7 ii H W ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 December 1857

Poetry. Poetry. [Original] Poetry. [Original] Tobacco. Tobacco is filthy weed ' So filthy brutes refuse it, Aud none of theta will en it frcd, Vet man still smokes and chews it. T Yes, man, the noblest work of the create . ' Does by thuyneaus himself polute. And mates himself, who was made greater, Down far below the brute. 4 Aid ladies, too, to tell what's a J, Most oss a little snuff, Or back in some lone corner go, And there puff, paS, pud Kow where is there in all its uso A pleasure you can find It cannot be in the great abuse CM body and of mind. It canKM.be in spitting o'er The thingi that lay around. : - And making paddle on the floor . But where can it be found. ftowhere; there's none lis but a dieat, A practice you're got in. And all of you, I do entreat, To quit that mighty sin. A sin that blasts the human mind. And racks the human frame. And there's no excuse of any kind Why you in it remain. Oh! (hen come out, and who open Toico Its filibincss proclaim; Just quit its use...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 December 1857

Mm (LrjDiiic!c. Cterni2 hti; irapy ov-r l:ty t: : I 'Win i tT tir'c rnt! (I'Min." ,- -T--T i r l-'' 3 VlT 1 i 1 ij ST. Til UitS. K YVttl 3!t l-. 187- Fall into Line. The DvmocM'ic ri- arc t-li'.n; r-.:":c u : ztjZQff course otj the Kansas . o:-.i!.iot:ji I question. Ti.e Oi.io .V'wb:M. J'hi!"-: piiia res Kr.Tr.v , ) u. . - the CL'.caio T.rJis, rnd a hr-t ' ol. i r strong Dviiii.rrtlic fsp- Douglas and Gv.-;s a;idC'.v. Vy.LE:.; nave tken i.-fae w.ti lirherM u'.'t atifi: I.- :;t r?cnnre :a . ti li urine J frui'Ies.-, ai.l now ':':f c..n.ut tIi-"T'", ns" etid U;e DtfUioc alii f r y is i-l. .e:: from cet'tirr to cer;un:fcrjpi:e. In rur t. w t: Congrcaioiial D:-"i-t t!.e ilaidic aJot.f tai:d out in support ..f tl As'n.lt.i.-Jrati'.-n. Mr. Uzi.us U cau-2a. l:e,:u-d !r t!.e Wasiiinvtfc L'l.im r.? when t-;i:rc teliital coluniii of :r-i-!i from tin cen r I ()rjrn lie tpcals ss b !J:y a-any Z:e ;i: :t? hcr-cl.j Mr. FII of the ra :a .-pea'-'nj f e i ConslnuH.ia sa.u tuat rtiierc es rut r... , ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 December 1857

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. MAIL. , ACCOMMODATION. a !" mrr. soura "T; aWla.re 7.t A. .( ,4 53 OVseoe - -Wwm.k1. J . Lrwi'MilU " 4S - BctBWI 74 " ( wnHUh 7it (. ' Bart... f.7 ( J- tKnii " i C-4i oir0 aarr. V oi a.rr. Banmriile r.S P- M.' .'! IMrUH 0t - i Burr Mills . ( .M Belmont ,M " ( 6.43 lwia'Milla .S4 " .57 Warwick 'a . ' 7.14 '3kmeor . - '. 7.56 Bcllaire 111.10 " Kl A. il. Ilr i tiiii ..til furtiier nntica. J. UtLSlI, Accut. - Guacoc Dec 1. 1837. : 05"A Ifngthy coniDiuuicdti"n from ""iai Juitcia," en Kn.-aB, cure to I and too late for publication this week. It ap pear next we- k. - Qf-R.. N. C Woethiisgtok. write tbat there is a very interesting mwl:nj in progress at Scott's MeeliagHouse. Quite a Bomber bare joinfd Church and there is macb religious feeling fr.anirested. (f"Tax Payers are beginning'to come in in crowds. The fact tbat the Treasurer now takes Wheeling and also '.he notes of other fcolvent Banks, makes it much ea...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 December 1857

DELINQUENT TAX LIST, DELINQUENT TAX LIST, For 1857. rpiIE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF THE DELINQUENT LANDS AND t TOWN LOTS ia Beimoat Cotiuty and Slate of Ohio, returned bt ibc Treaauier of aaid county, a which the Taxes for ilia year le jo were aat paid, aud which aie net yet paid, ta which are addea a DELINQUENT TAX LIST, For 1857. LANDS. COLERAIN TOWNSHIP. ftwnera' Xaaiaa. XcConreii, Leandsr Saaitii, piua.aa B. Tp. Fee. What pert of ijr Sec. Xo.of Acres. 5 3 I t X W 4 I 7 Si - K Kl ally of 1&5C. e ta 5 U S ST 7 l-.'.T. I c m 10 ; i FLUSHING TOWNSHIP. Wood.. Willi aaaia 6 10 11 8 V 1W 10 13 Pt N W S 'i II 111 M E PlSE 40 91 IW 1 44 31 S II 03 8 4 .l 6 GOSHEN TOWNSHIP. Cleft, Charlca C. Gregs, Neoa ale.aett. Jotia J. Liaf Wtiliaal VcPartaad. laaac ' v Mead.Kaaaucl Fimuaon, Jaaa P. Kiaipeoa, Jana 7. ' Vanlaaaea, Katoaa Warfdell, Fraacia U. Matiarai Jfc C 7 19 End SINE S3 7 40 1?. IT 9 5 7 14 If E Pt Iti 3 44 i C 43 2 J 7 3 8 W at X W 1 4 19 51 3 3". it 9 S 7 34 I S W Pt l' 5 39 0 7 3...

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