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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 January 1858

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. ACCO.M.M,DTIOX. (iOIXB ttaT. 4m P. it S.3I .43 - S.S7 " 6,10 - ,17 6.SW 6.45 ' CKHBM WEeT. Betlair 7,00 Sleaeoe 7,86 WarMck. Lewi- M ill. 7,45 Belatonl 7,54 BarraMlll. 7JS Burton. F.U7 UraariUc e,St Ot0 BaT. Baraearille 8.46 Barton. 9 .til San Mill tM tdmi 9.14 Lawn' Milt. ,24 Wvuck'i 3teneae 0.43 Belliir. 10.1U out r AFT. 6,tS a. s; 6A - 6.5 6.43 6.57 7. IS T.S6 - f.ua tbii until flintier notice. J. WELSH, Agent. GLENCOE, Dec. 1, 1857. GLENCOE, Dec. 1, 1857. CALENDAR. - ..!..!.. 41 si 6; ir 19 a. i I S 81 I. 3 e 9 10 r i '7 :3 30,31 3 4 51 Will l-l 131 1SI l 17jlt Ii SI tS'3 i4tas,sisr7 rf,S6,-7,S- 31 c S 3 4 51 ... . .. .... 9;I0j 9' 3! 4 Si k 7 m!i!I6!71 tMlilil 9 '" "I '2 13 U a,94:si;-9; Ifi 17. I- l SO " t S 3 4l 5l 6! , K'11112 13 J9:r4i. . s!'j' 4. 9 In II H.i7 1" i "Ml .I.-!-- 15 16 17 i 9 ' 5' 6 7 f -SiMliM.i; IS 13 '4 15 un S;331 19 SO VI e-ji-.e. 21 1 e 2! ? it 27 9.2U;3'j. .J. - 4 5 6 7; 9 Hi!...

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 January 1858

The Ohio Legislature—A Good Story—The Reserve Members. Mr. Benedict, of the Cieve'ani Ktmld: has been avritiuz letters to Lis piper. Tssc ollowinj U cue of them: The arguments o caucus in fcrnr ofr;- didate were peculiar. Ia on lumne a ! I C II 7 1 1 . . 1 - 1 r 1 . -. : - m i i. T : . , ocrat who cu!d e'Jia.n life in su ha i. art . Reoubiican bole as Cliee-seilum, in ii Gid's district at thai, must be a -a hule-euu.-j ed fellow, and the Hamilton d. I-jj.tion i would therefore, g- for the Jlaii.-uinj man. j Up jumped a trieiid of :ot!er ctnd date ; and said, if that was a recaromeBdja-JiK iej wished 'to aUte tbat his candidate, "r-j Dayton, came from a blacker i,t'., j Wahouirj county, to wit: Dlteriin W ja" j ii in u uic LIU 11. i ii u - . .- - lin did you say! from Oberl.n! I can't fi-'i Oherlin, that's too dd black." Of couree there is much bif.erness bard swearing anion; the dUupp. iMed- lor j it is truth there were over one butdrco ; candidate for the twelve ofa.es. I'r. 'a.bly...

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 January 1858

Poetry. [Original.] Lines inscribed To MISS ANNE FRENCH. ': jia th;"ki"g of oU liiM"" Ann ' Q tbe dear '.'old times" of yore. Dost thow rvcr think of the in, now Anntf Tb friend and the joys that are no more. Pot remember the scenes, we so loved Anna, The old beech-tree, oown in the wood.l . The bright green erase that grew by its ride, Aad the miUatreams cooling flood. Full many yeare have passed, since then Anna fall many yean of joy and love. And many, we loved, so tht Anna -rw ooe wher no more tears ciay Eo. s We too are living yet dear Anna Bat not ae we used to be We are scattered widely now Anna And we ait no mere ncth our trusting tree - - If we meat no more ea this earth Anna, There is a blissful home Above, . : Where the weary pilgrim Anna, Tie the f avionrs, home of love. When we meet, in thatjsiiU Uofl Anna! V. We will liveendPlor age; Aiid thorew will part no more Anna Wa-afnl live and love alwy Louisville, Dec. '57. The Maiden's Delusion. ; Did poo e how Sir Frederick ...

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 January 1858

THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, SiS. Ueral humility to every (era of ti r-A- mamj orer the mini ot ilau." D. THOBURN, Editor TlBB. If paid in advance fclO " ' If paid within the year 2,00 rf Our Trip to Cleveland—The Editorial Convention —The City Schools. Editorial Correspondence of the Chronicle. CLEVELAND, Jan. 20, 1858. Id the gray dawn u( the tuorninjj of :he 19th inat. we were roused from a pleasant reverie at Wellsviile by the conductor of the "fast express" crying Passengers for . Cleveland change cars here." Now we, that ia and our self, were of that uumber. 's Si gathering ourselves np and lucking ; - -send, to be sure, as the Irishman Fays. i that it was nobody but ourseif, we took our departure from the cashionfd seats and sight companions. - The iron hone lock a ' long breath, then puff puff and aay he went. We began to look round fur our train, when upon inquiry were politely in- farmed Oat the first train left at 4, f. m. Wt don: like to confess that we were mail, er that we ga...

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 January 1858

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. MAIL. ACCOMMODATION. SOUS WBT. Itetlaire Gleneoc Waraock's Istwis' Mill Belmont Itarn MIT1b 7J " a..u a.43 " 5,57 " 6,10 " S.17 - 6.45 7,45 7,54 7.SS . Barton 1 RarneaVUl . 8.M MM .Z.ST OOISO ES.T. 6.15 A. M , ' MS - .S " 6,57 7.1S " 7.98 - Baraarrille B.46 P. M. Bartow .01 - Barr Mills ,0 Baluwn ,M Uwii' Mill 1,24 Waraock' - r Sleneoe 9.43 BeiWr 10.18 8,00 this aatil f artier antic. J. WELSH, Agent. GLENCOE, Dec. 1, 1857. GLENCOE, Dec. 1, 1857. CALENDAR. - r it 4 'sl 6. 7 8! 9 Il 12 13 H15 16 IS la 2(1 211 iK! 24 25 36 s7!2r,:2S3u131 1 S 31 4 pl a milt S 17 IS' 13 14 l'.:-n:2l fa' i6 it: i 42 9S 94 25 2G'27!8 29 30,31 . . Hi 9 lit U - .. - 1 ! 6! 7 a 1Q 1114'I.V 16,17 l 19 20 21 22&,Si & ;s7,sh,2i: 3U . . ........ 3 4! 5i CI 8 9 io il 12 14 151 l 17. IH 19 20 :S 81,28 23 24 SS 26,ilj2o;Sli.Jy (31;. .1.. I. - .18 3 5,o 7i 8: 9;I0 11(1213 14 15 10fJ7 ln 19 29 21 22 24 25,2 27 S4 25i2 27 iSH iSj i j...

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 January 1858

Agricultural. To Prevent Girdling of Trees. '9' Great injur; i done to ycurg t.-Ct-n in some dialrlaU by the tteaJuw iaoa-e. Tbie little tninial i works titcer cover, and therefor, does its ustliirf iu ei:il-.r, hen the now lies deep upon tL irrouiid A tou- nun and effectual iujs .f ittrr';r. u ibat of treading uoac ir.e snor. rw:y a:out the item directly alter every to" of iw But this ia a very" lroublouie aifair. following mixture will be found to be an ef ficacious preventive: Take one spadeful ci hot-slacked lirce; otie tn. of clean cu-uunj half do. of soot, one baud.ul oi tluur or sul- phur. Mix the whole toge-lhiT, w.t.t the ad j ditioo of sufficient water to bring it to the .. consistency of thick paint. At the approach cfwinter paint the trunks of the trees suf - ficieatiy high to be beyond the reach o! 'these vermin. Experience hat proved that ft does no injury to the tree. A dry cay should be chosen for its as.!;ciiiijn. I-ii-3 glish nurser)'ir.en are in the habit of pro t...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 4 February 1858

Poetry. The Harp of a Thousand Strings. Come, graerora friends, a little while. . And listen to my song. And though my subject is very great, My story wont be long I'm going to sing a bo if t the times. I And several other things Well sing the words and play the tune On s Harp of a Thousand String. "Religion, Politics, and Law ' Am ranging ander par. As seem by mieroieoplc aid. In pulpit, forma , bar; A ibens brought on itber one, The same result still brings A human being? playing away On a Harp of a Thousadd Strings. The preachers don't as they used to do, ' In the good old days gone by; They need to preach of the souls of men, Till they made the women cry: But tbey read (heir sermons now-a-daya. . And the choir strikes up snd sings. And the folks cant join when the tune is played On a Harp of aThotuan St rings. The members don't as tbey used to do Their zeal and love's grown cold; They're thiu king of the corn they've raised. - And bow to get more cold. And though the preacher re...

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 February 1858

clinimt Cljroitttl u ST. COAIRSVrLLE THURSDAY. FEBRUAKT4, ISS8. RterBatl hostility to every farm ol ljr aatf ner the mind of Mnn." 0. THOBURN, EbiTO Ttmut.lt paid in advance " If paid within theyear 4,00 the the :i.m a The Brights of Congress again. The Democratic Era i-.b characteristic boldness aavs tr did not mt et a fin?'e nuiiit that it made in regard to the power cf C..n- rreaa over the Territories. Now the Era know a better than this but went own u?. If however any points were not met, wi'i the Erm designate wbirb, that we may meet tbem for w do not iotend to flight it ii the j least. It says that there ia nothing ia the Constitution giving Congress the ptwer. 1 We quoted in reply-Article 4. Sec. 3, o' ' the Constitution with Ch-ief Justice Mar iuu1! retdering of it, and yet the Era will aay that not a point is met. This it met so conchwivefy that the Era, it honest would knock under at once At the tisie tbe teclioB above quoted from the Constitu tion waa adopted, Sir. Malisj...

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 February 1858

Mi. H Ifeal Intelligence. C. O. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. 111 tm MA It- Baa mum m. , s-Blla,r 7.SS A. ta. ACCOM'MODTIO?f. oa war. 4.S5 P. M 5.31 , -5..V? 6.10 -.17 " , eteac IM " 1 Warlock's J Lewis' Mill 7,4S " 1 Belmont 7 " r MmMilh 7 J - 1 MrtwM H.W ' f SanreeTill - M e. - OIV AST. 5. M A. M 6.S -.3S " S.4.1 - 6. M -7.1S '-. Barlows l BeiBOM 1.14 ft - Lows.' Mill i.4 4 WltlKfi - Belleire W.I flepend mm this ntu loruier J. VftLFH. A pent. Cum, Dec 1. 1857. CALENDAR. 3 41 5! r. I., H is-,-- 17,18 i9 9l' 31,. .1 .i. ... -i. I- . 21 S 4 SI 9l!ll 19 '3 ll'7llnl9 91 92 9:ti24,9j,'JS 27 ..I. . 19 3 4 f: 9 10 II 12 13 I4iIS'!6 IT l 10 90 21 i 93 24 SS 96 97 SS.99 S),3I:.. . I'T rrr. ill I - f . li'iV-M 4 sj 6 7 H Silo 7 leii. t S2l ? t " " ! S M SS 3 7 SW . S S, 9- ' ?! i'i'i'i's' "' V. f j, 6 14 IS 16 17 H g 9 I" II n U -MUJ7 a mil Mini- i s! 31 rL!iT'ltf3i4 S Ul3 14M5lil7 I" Jttl "V . ... . ;i l SO SI ! 24 "1 M IS ISU I", IS 17 - 3 41 S! f. 71 P o I ?Jw'lS:l ! "...

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 February 1858

Agricultural. Sundry Premium Crops for 1857. PoTTl.-Ttie Ohio State B.rJ of Asr ticuHure awarded their lirt .rni.ii.m tur crop of potatoes to A. R. limi , iK-ar Co lumbus, whos cr-ip, as ilrtcr.bed in the Ohio CuUtvalar fur Dee I -si, was eoine 400 I bufhele W-sliannocLs t 'V.e urc. i The first premium awarded by tiie L"rVnr- Co. Society, was tu Linus K it, fur up vsrris ! of 00 bushel of L'-nz Reds tu the acre, and the fecou! to J.s. P.tUfurd. fur 20 j busbela of Neshsnnoi ks. Tbe Union Co. Socie'v awarded Iip fir-tl premium to EdarJ Puwer. for touie 275 i kiud not istated. Wheat. In Licking, first preni'uiu to S. R. Btuore, 47J btifb. b. j Oats. In Union Co. first nremiitni to E-! lsuroham, for K8j bua.iela per ai re. aVM ol 8 acres. In Licking Co. lo John King, for 00 J bus. Cobs.: In Vanderburjj co. Soulb-west-ern Indiana, the Ind. State Fiir awarded the first premium tn Corn lor a ,rrip of b acrea; yield 17) 'us. shelled corn per dcre. Ohio Cultivator. Setting Fence Posts. We h...

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 February 1858

Poetry. [Original.] I'm Thinking of the Past, Harry. I'm thinking of the Past, Harry, While round our cottage low; Tba lamia twilight deeper fast. And all thiass gloomy crow. I'm very aad whil listening to The deep wind moorufnl -sijjh; Aa on by one the twinkling aura. Peep tram the azure sky. Tea. thinking of the Past, Harry, The Past how awiftly flown! Long barfed scenes go flitting by - While musing here alone. The achool-hoase that in days of yore. Stood in the shady wood; Imagination brings me. with . Our Teacher mild and good. The scholars wo sheb-inzr, Harry, As they were wont to be; With the sparkling brock that babbled by The qnaint old breehen tr e. Iywed nanv s once carved upon its trunk; Food menu ry brlfn me trav; ; Though years have intervened, I sse Each old familiar bee. The school-girls miniic house, Harry, That house so tude snd queer; Seem in the same secluded spot. The grape-vine swing so near. Twas pleasant there in Summer time, ' To pass the hour of noon; 60 qu...

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 February 1858

Tilt J ST. CliA TR.S7"I1L.I-.E THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1S08. tilcrnrfl hostility to every li rm vf tyr anny oier the mind of .flan." I). TII02URN. El'IToB TM. -If paid in advance fcl.iO " If paid w ithin the year 8.00 on e-nceriiiiig I ft-j-Th ,ef Ibidem T,rcAA' P preaeUitbeL.c .n.p.on Constituti-n tui . , Congress and urginz the fpeecy admission ! of Kansas a a Slate, may be fotia J in en t other part of this paper. We doult aol but' ... .,, . . . . . Una memi-e will be read by the en.-X mass fr 3 fc I uf the psople r. ad with grave and iftdi-.j, nant interest. We hope its length wi.I not: ary from its careful perusal. Fri;n' to it is b,.ld in il rjrrfu.! tations. Mr. d'CHm j preru;;.i-J lunb mi the ignorance and forbearanee of ihe Au- ri. , can people, to cipjiose they uou d tamely ' Swallow so monstruus dose. He doe i o: I ..... r ... even reccnise a njrht of any ri iz n :n k n-; Sae, but of those who supports tii- I-roiiip-ton Ci'Dali'Ulioa. Speaks of all but 'he aiavery party as...

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 February 1858

Intelligence. Local. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. MAIL, win west. a u ACCOM MOD A TIOW. oias wasr. 4.SS P. M SJI -,43 " 4,47 " s.ie .17 .SH " .44 " enure am. .Own 7.SI - trVarraack' Lew.-' Mill. 7,45 Belrat tM " Barn MCla "!M Bnrtone f.07 uaenine 6Jt Ota a lift. lT. e.4 r. m. ol assr. C.C5 A. I 6.S " ,T5 6.43 - .S7 " 7.1 " 7.9 Banseavils. S.44 Barton, t.0l V Birr Mills JI " ( Belraem, .I4 " Lawn.' Milk 1,44 - YVaraock'a , Olenroe 1.43 Bellmire M.l " IMneaa' boos tins mil loriner piw. J. Vf LLFH, Afenl. GuaooB. Dee. 1. 1857. CALENDAR. ? i 1' 1 t .. 1 ss IK 1 H i s 4! s II IJ " 15' 16 !ia I? I l 18 19 SO1?! is io an atlas 3 ai tSiSB'SSIa.;.,: R3 2BI 7 8- hSt;31 :.!: : Li: " I ?! 4! S- 7 9 Hi's IS. 14 I 4 Si to 11 H IS 16 I I'.leo as s: I5'l It l-llH sr SI ss 03 4 si ! 47' S 31 Hi .. . 4 5l 6 .1. II 15:13 9: 3: 14, IS: Hi I 1" :: 9, If II 91 Km:1 is iii7 i" SSiSK.SujJI 19 90 91 S-.' S,8 L SB 87,S"iS!ljW' 4 S 7 f II II IS IS Mil", I IT 3 4' 5! ( 8 lurirs.'s...

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 February 1858

Vermin Riddance. Half uunce or soap bxiied in a pint cf wiw nd put on with a brush wLiie boiling hot, infallibly de.-trovs tbt Inga uii tiitir ?. Fliei are driven out of a r.ivm hr liai"jr"n! up a liuoi fa f Ve plan mil o fl -aw ijeni. KaU and Uike rp-eliijr cisap. ea. uy Mix in" equal qnanli ie.s ir a.roiig dire ia jwudpieil ju i 1 1 -i. 'I lif y ito-.f t'U uJ.n.r, wri:h gri-etiineM?, !i 1'- it is cncciuti3 to 11140 When it i rvmeinherf d how tuaiiv rr oo hive lusi their l.vcs by f.-.va!.ua:n in mistake oiiaJure of ttryclininir. T.i.uui.e, corrosive sublime. e'C, liit h are cmmimii em ployed for this purpose i Leromes a matter ol Ituinamtv to pub.L-h tbere iit-wr-. House ants ravprni-.is.v devour ;l.e ktma s of wainuki, and alipliburks. or hit Iiry-i u.. ('rack i ine u' tliefp, and phc i i.i on a plate near the im'fgled places, and lie n tiie plate ia full of the ants, throw the coiiwnu in the fire. Cockroaches, as c!! as ante, ere driven away by atrvwiitg elderberry leaves on ihe ...

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 February 1858

Poetry. Love and Physic. : (. A clever maa was Or. Dig, Misfortunes ill he bore, . He never lost his patience ti U He had no patients more; And though his practice once was Urge, It did not ewell his gains, ' The pains he labored fur were bat . The laLAr for his pains. Theagh "art is long." his cash got short. And well might Galen dread it, - For woo will trust name unknown, ' When merit gets no credit! To marry seemed the only way To ease bis mind of trouble, . Mu fortunes never singly eme. And misery makts them double. He had a patient, rich and fair. That hearts by scores were breaking, And as be once bad lelt ber wrist. He thought ber hand of taking; But what the la w makes atrangertdo. Did strike bis comprehension; -. Who live in these Uaited Slates, Do first declare intention . - And so be called -his beating heart ' With anxious fears was swelling And half in habit took ber hand, And on her tongue was dwelling, , Cut thrice, though he essayed to speak. " . ' He stopped, and 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. — 18 February 1858

ST- CT, A TRSVILLE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1868. internal boSi!!lf lo every lrn oftyr aaar over tu ojittu." d. TaoBuax. TKias- if paid in edvance fi-'O " If paid williiii tlie year 2.00 OirTbe Deisw ratic Era comes to u in a I ug article aa;n. trying topalrh up it bat! cause, and m ire particularly ! elu that Conjures has no puer over her Tcrritori" and to givethe puwtr of te u tin; grand bumbug of Squatter Suvereijjr.ty. lie can not conceive bow a people can be in a ter ritory of the United States, and unject tc a ia of the general government- Vet it i the natural conMinilional inference, th&t o long ibere i no tslabtiebed law, htving itt origin in th? people which there can cot be without an enabling aci from Con gress, the pesplc must lock to Congress for protection. Protection in itt full sense im plies law. Such law we meat. as wae called for by tUa people of I:!itoi of Hju. Mr. IIaemob says in a inter to JtrrEaso5i dated April 23. 17i7. "The inhabitants at those places, cla...

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 February 1858

Local Intelligence. C. O. R. R. Time Table for the Stations in Belmont County. MAIL, oiv. water. Bellaire 7,00 A. filewcoe 7.5 - Warwick's Lewi.' Mill T.4S -Belmont 7 " norrs Mills 7 .50 - ACCOMMODATION. WKST. 4 .55 P. M S.31 i.4J 5.S7 " , - C.I7 " 6,2 - . - Bartons 8,07 Baraesville r.w , e 8, " CIST. e 8.46 P. M.' - 0OI Baraeeviile ,5 A. At Barton jl Barn Mill! j " ( Beleeont ,14 " lewis' Mill ,84 " ( Warnock'e ' 3le.ee t.43 " Bellaire JA.IM " 6 .15 .43 - .7 - T.li " IS - .00 14 ' Depend ape. tbie aatfl furtber wetie. J. WELSH, Agent. Oincoa. Dec 1, 1857. Stations in Belmont County. CALENDAR. Sic L iJE 1 s 8 91 Si 3 1 4 ion 171 ISl s UlllS 19 SO 4 S 6 7 C 10 IS M3 12 13 I4lli 16 IV S!i93 18! 19 SO SI 1H 23 S4 IsdjSS: SO 30 SSiSai is 30 31 13 . s N 17 S 6 7 8 1S 13 i;i 1 S 3: s s! 7 IS 1314 19 21 14115 8 9' in.ii SI 84 85, 86,87; 1516 17 'in SS3 S4:SS 86 27 3 1 11 SI 6 Pi30 31. .1 ISII3 31 3 4 9 in II Iil7 lit li T i. !l ISS;S3;S4jgste6S7 IS 13 M ' I V IS SO'SI Si S9i3U31 S3jS4 SS S...

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 February 1858

Agricultural. Agricultural. From the Germantown Telegraph. Winter Management of Hardy Grapes. WhM bad ! heu r rJu to ii')- ortpe vlns!" is qtirtitin I era b"ut &iW :.ke.). Ar ibr-re are but v.-ry f iixI.ti-Ju.-:!; in tii s r'ion of lbs crMiDrr niio poi-. ".mp v'iim, ind en? nj! r-.-aJ.TB of the 'It'.eyayh 1 thought I could not no bi-tter thau tj au r tiiruuh i'S coiuir.ns. If vour rmr, ine bs of njati" oii-'in. ! ia not worth hi to do anything wiih i I mei.ton ihi bciuM I ntic lmt sun. j rtie pUuUd seast.-ti Black H ir.itnrj ad oilier foreijfn Uim!. boi'Mit at amnion.! 8 -me fr end vVJ obrerve tha !,e iis even! Humburjb ripen in thf op -n a;r. a' roi have most of us. but tiii U fxcep-ioiis:, either in season or locality tie rU in winter, and especial y miidw io fuiiiciior.i re powerful if no: iuk.ni.ibie euemie. j their native p!cp of j,T0 !h ?'a. j chi -fly in d fTerent ituat:on, .--. -euce Jaj to their diff-reiit spct.uns. The fani'y the Catawba and Isi.bfi'a beb.n to, metier-...

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 February 1858

Poetry. The Relief of Lucknow; or Jessie Brown. FOUNDED ON AN INCIDENT IN THE SIEGE. PART I. - J was the colonel's daughter, Jessie Brows was the corporal's wife. And w worked like loving sisters, j"- la the trenches for dear life. She was a Highland lassie. While I was English bom, Aad we had toiled together in Lucknow, . . Front the midnight to the mom. Oar beans were very heavy, - - For no succors seemed at hand, -. While around as glared the Sepoys Those tigers of the land. So she sunk into a slumber, With her head spun niv knee, ' While 1 hauled with a drowsiness . . Which crept stealthily o'er me. . Far against her Highland vigor ,1 I had matched my English pride, And bone and muscle have never - As yet with honor vied.! .'-. But we were Ms ncITto y solemn beat. f into slumber. ""Neath gracing of his feet. And in my dreams I wandered , To my native land away. And stood beside my mother, - The Queen of blithesome May. When, a sodden shriek recalled vs., To LuctowVtKtcb asia - -...

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 February 1858

Belmont fikraitlf. ST. CT, jglS THURSDAY'. JEREUAitY j. 1358. CtrrBl hoMfcltty to every lora wHyr auay aver Ibe miuii l San." U. TUW3URX, Emtle Tta. K piil in advance $!i0 " IT paid within theyesr 2,00 Buchanan is playing the Tyrant. There is now but a gloomy hupe for free- Aoin ia JCaioSis, nnle.-s it is t in spite of tTie CLief Executive. Folloa-'iij ujj the as ser'ion that "Kansas i'v to day as much a slave Slale as til'wr Georgia or ficulh Car clina;" Mr. Bccbasah is tryirg to pr. ve i; truth by roakin; l "I''her or no. Ev. dence is now very strong that he has stoop ed from his duty co far as to become a par- j tisan intrifuer, using his ii.fiucnce uitii Congressmen to induce them to vote for hi j darliny measures. This is a grave tbarge.i yet it has come from some of the best tu tborties in the nation. We would n.uch rather it had no foundation, but it has so much foundation that v.e now are w ithout tope for Kansas. The Lecmfitoa swindle W going to be put through, if it aln.u'...

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