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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 May 1855

1..B, COTflj, EDITOR fc PR0PB1ET0B.1 "HE TOO LOWS SOT HS COttTOf CAW Z0R PTCT." TERMS a YEAR, IN ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VOL. vii, no. 32. 8T."Ctilfi8VILLE, OHIO. THURSDAY. MAY 17, " ' WHOLE NO. MT THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, Offinri on North side of Din in Street in the New Mnsonin llnll, n few doors East of the Court House, nnd n lew doors West of the Norton House. tfbms or IUWMVTIMi ii iaiu wiimn inrce nioinu., QUO II paiil alter thatlimi!. "'J,ou ' Fucrt dtocoatlnnn only m the oti,m of ihc editor, vhlle arrearages are ilue. TERMS OKADVKRTISI.VO. r-i. hIii . ... . -.,.o., Vi i ir... r iris,; mrep wrcs, Bl Lvery additional lltsartlon, st Yearly Attvcrtiseiiicnl one column, Stll.liil flatl column, no Quartet rfthunti, 1011 I Professional canla ftl per amoini. Pi All lellers UldrNMd 10 Urn editor must he psld lot riire nttentiiiti.i j II f'N" paper slssontlneed until all arrcaranc are 1 paid inileKH at the optiun ol the od llof ft( POETRY. THE TEMPEST. THE T...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 May 1855

ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA! HALIFAX, May 8. The Asia arrived a' Halifax lat night at 10 e'tloek. She brings Liverpool date to Bttardaj evening lli - B8lh o!'. Tlia H rmann sailed from Southampton for Kw York M tli- 2h Dataa ftom Rigitm 10 tfiC TOrld atatl the! barphardmf rM Cv&Uuusd williuui any decisive I reeiilts. The French exhibitions have hern peel poed f;, III 10th to the I.Vii of May. Since the brcskinj up of I ho Yi"iin i on- ( WftflCT there neve l-en atveral lopplemcti-; ry umi Inge pi 'tha four panic without any! rtckft, The ple'Bipektfutihriet aeembled nn the 25rd and Kilned i protocol of the bat I rtr, r n e. S ih ipntly at nth - nirtng oflhaj fivtr p-v.ver at tlm r-'q-f t of Prince Corts Atln4( f,,nh.-r iMdmlltabte preposition orwo ma!e by the Run- an ple.aipi tntie"lo and rtjMted by France, Bnglitid and Tor- ley. Th Vientii Cin'trence having totally 'a' i.l. ippclraflcn Indicate I protracted ar.--btoO the dates from the Crimea were nXi'OHly Ijokel for up to th? latest idf...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 May 1855

MB BELMONT CHJftONME. LOCAL INTKLtlGENCE. BOOK & JOB PRINTING Wk are ,rrtMrte Is eg resit, latl-e keel .)ic,and v uti timt aotieg all kimli al B.iol -. (Htin, ItanilhilU, Paiinplileti, Circulars, Ticket,, Potters. Cheeks, l.etal, r. 1,111111111. ., BIIUIIeMti itiiinks, l.AWYMi's IIHII;in, a. ii short all kinds' uf Jon PRINTINdi I 'one In ft style t sjtee sstisTnetion to th w..t fastidious, hi the Hi r.M : r CntOMNii Orm, All orders promptly attended to. KrTrinMcnt ndeeftlaenienta end. job-work niut be puid tut in advance, VT All aefnftutrlettitma ami nrlvortisi-moritt mint be (intuitu1 in before Id o'clock on Vetlnus:lsy, nr lie delayed anutlicr work. MASONIC CELEBRATION. TIIF. brethren of Moriah Lodge, Pro nml Arcep ..jgs. led Huonilt Jncobaburg will celebrate too I flKKi ilr.g auniveresty el John the r-j ; . , Nutnrdny, the B.1tl of June. Brethren if nil Loiel in Mod otniKliiiir run MM 1 Mrnrstly requested la Ittendtnd partk'ipktt in Ibl festivities ol tin) oca i-i in. A (food...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 17 May 1855

AGRICULTURAL. . ifW- l!r thai bjf lbs plough would ihrlvs, Him-td maMrlUiot BsM ordrim. MILLET. Mcssns Ei'tTuns Why is it, tint on the.' Irrtiltt liiil in Ohio, where such quun tilii of (jr. .in tire raiv.'il for stock, llti tnot p-oit!)lt of jjraint hi Dot lotiii.l plncr-!-Farmfi.- In ii'i --PC'i.'n, se1Hf,M tar as I ran learn, unnrriiuinlt'd with its pecullerttletj yi t haps a lew Itin's in yunr piper tnav he iiiti-r-eatiiif . Tlif jr-a-n it retjl small in Kernel rot much laffer thin Tur nip sees, jv.luw in color and Wright aJ.ut the fume us com. When MWI !or Ln-'il. r, nbnut one bushel to the ucre, und on tha hill's ol Muakiflgiiin county will yield Ptj nva'.ent to timr lone of the I) ! hay is the acre, end of web u qua), ity that stock wit not eat green cm while this Is fa reach. When I5WH Jurliie grain, 4 to fi quarts are sofRuieBt to the acre, and bai bfen kioun in the ea.-tern fc'tatea to produce 4tj 101 all from four quart of s 'ed. The (jrain is better fo.- pork thafl corn,...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 May 1855

B, B. CO WEN, EDITOR k PROPRIETOR.! "HE WHO LOVES HOT H$8 00UN3 CAM nWTHBHLV' ! TERMS U0 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE NEW SERTEB, VOL VIT, NO. 33. ST. CLA IKS VILLI',, OHIO, THURSDAY. MAY 21, 18.05. WHOLE NO. 958 THE BELMONT CHRONICLE PUBLISHED EVKItY tiiiiihoay MOUNINC:, Oflice on North llaf of Main Street in tlie New MMdttio Hull, n lew doors 10a t of the Court House, niut u few doors W'qM of the Norton House. T Kit ma of su nsi Rii'TluN. If I'diil within llirrrtiiontlii, Si,"1" It ttil Kltrr UnUiniP, V.oil rtpen illtcnniinuod only at ihe opium of Uic Minor, vhile BftMI-AfM arc ilue. , tkrmh or A DVMfttMO Kcii pqntrc, (ii lint or nM,)ifcfffv week, wry twtdltlonaJ Initrtloni -i A'enri v riVOfllBftlUftsill out: column, J H'.IHJ Halt column, M.08 Uuarter column, 13.00 yiofenioiiiil car.1 M pBT annum. JL r a A 1 1 I Pliers vlilirnM-tl in Urn ItillfH miit lie paid Id emim Mtrntiun.,. J i t7fN imp't piicoti tinned until illtrrstrAgM are ;md union at Uic Option ol the editor., (21 POETRY. For the ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 May 1855

ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC. New York, May 18. Trc Baltic arrived wilh ICO patscngers. Rnglnn admits tint 1m bombardment HI not produced 'lie result looked for. Tiie imprct.-ien iii England is tint the trigo will be abandoned and the works lelt in care of a few corps, while the main body I ' nctrate the interior to cut off ihe Russian supplies, when the citv will be fully in vested. Xumrroo reinforcements Wit constant Ij teaching the allies. A PrOBJoh reserve o( 8",000 men was c.v k dod at Bahklav n. Til 9 allies are ginning ground. All the Ki. '91111 outwork ire taken. Saoguinary enc -Hirers are frequent. A l.irjje number o' R !i jn mor'srs were taken. Napoleon narrowly escaped assassination Dli th evening of llieSSi'i All Italian fired two pitol nt h-tn, -while he was riding 01 horsebstk. Personal revenge was the ob J 1. Th9 bombardment is much slackened, it h is not produced the result anticipated. The position of the allies is regarded as critical, notwithstanding tl;c advantages gain...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 May 1855

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOOK & JOB PRINTING W art ,rspared to ssseats, lbs tail aiyir.ami iu a abort SetlM all klnda al Books, I ttrBe, II M dill 1 1, Famphlcts, tirrtilnrs, Tickets, Posters, (barks, l.alirln, " Uill-Htnils, lti.ni., LAWYKR1 uiui:i n, a,- , c. in short nil kinilii tif JOB riMMTING. Dim in u tyl( t,. Kivo satisfaction lu the must laSlldlOUs, m Mm UBIAIOST Ciis.onk.is Onics. All oMfnufofnptly attended tot Transient ailsi-riiacincnis and obwark MM be pnid lor in advance. MASONIC CELEBRATION. THF. lircthren ofMartah Lodge, Fret and Aeetp. a . toil Melons at Jiirnlislwri! will ct li brnti: tin! fStlconiirg anniversary ol Si. John the Baptist, Saturday, the ol" June. Braibian of all Lodges in mod stsndlng areniaai enrnrstly requested to ntlcud and participate in t lie festivities BMheoecar-lnn. A Roml apeaker will lie in atti ndance. The laleh .Irin.r ,. , I I I .. .,.,1 MASONIC CELEBRATION. By order of the Committee. MASONIC CELEBRATION. By order o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 May 1855

AGRICULTURAL. r Mi ihei bf ill" ptoagh mid irirlie, IIihtII mail either hoW BfdrHe. ,1 The Crops and Coming Harvest. The itrmnrMn,' iBtBfMl Mining bIi oIlllM M Iht present lime, It th mMi. atnl the ' yroinect for aaa Mining hirtett The nnxli i ' ty d( ii iifMwtlf anil iiic nation cnnlri npon 1 1 ilus, M our prosper lie. ana ItltUft Wall being ' depend mam 'y upon llio result. Another I'ni- l l';re, Meh s (felt ol lint year, won't (loiMt 1 ImmIm ly prt'Strsie us, while on lb (ontft j ty, nlcnttAu hamst, is lb prciem encoor j ' aging prospect ii.dnales, w I; ot ib. ell us 1 Iflifl upon our fOti ii.il imparl n.'.v lilt and 1 feul to Iiaue and business of nil kin I. ThB 1 B iltlnon Sun, in speculating upon this su!;- ' ject, MAM 10 tkt Conclusion IbBt ' liave ! rea.ion to believe the liberal pri.es ol last ye.r hate, induced ibe faraitrl throighuut tlie must lenile pofttoiw of thvgfain growing 1 irttflctt 10 evert nil their energies, an mii- , play M tl.oir mean lnd r eour 01 i;i produ'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 31 May 1855

B. B. IWEN, EDITOR k PROPRIETOR. HO LOVES SOT ! Hg v Q : ; - ; V 1)1 T TERMS $146 A VEAR, IN ADVANCE NEW 8VAUV.&, VOL. VII, NO. 34.1 ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY. WAY 31, 1855. WHOLE fad. 950 THE BELMONT CHRONICLE PUBLISHED EVIiRY THURSDAY MORNING, Office on North side of JHniii Street in the New Masonic Hnll, n few doors Enst of the CoVft House, nnd n lew doors W'vsl Of the Norton II on se. TKHMfl OF SUBSCRIPTION. If paM within ItlMI months, tV1" IT Mil after thntlimc, tJOQ r&pnrti dlMOntillttM only at thr apt Ion of tl c 1 1 tor, u liilc hrrfearacns are iltifi. TKRMH OFADVKRTI&INU. ch sqnarr, (11 ItWM or lew,) thro week, tl.HU Every MriitlOllftl insertion, 'J." j Yearly idwrtlMttttNtlMM column, f 111,11;- Jiaii column, 94.1)0 J 'roteniional canls $3 jut annum, Jt ' All letlen rulttrexsert to tli editor mutt he pairi to pnr nttffiHion.LJ Jl r'No paper ofioont Iimnd until all arrearages am paid unless at the option mt the cililor.jK POETRY. I'm Growing Old. BY JOHN G....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 31 May 1855

ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA. NEW YORK, May 24. , 1 1 Am-Tica arrive il thia morning at 8 i" r.Vlock. The Union sailed fross South am p- C': ton on the 9lh for New York, wlih'.'J pas- rt Cotton. Brown, Shipley & Co , says the '" UtC nUvicjr from (lie United Slates hare n lui! fsvWiMe effect, snl prices sdvnnrcd h' J In the last (w days. Market quiet but c loses ater-dy. Mobile fair Ojd, midd ting 5 916, ordinary 0 a5j, inferior 4a4. Stock c' in port MMO bale, of which 375,000 are . V Americana. J Accounts from Manchester represent trade S as dull. Ic Brown, Shipley Si Co., quote Wheat nnd st Floor s-t.-ady and prices unchanged. Corn 5 losed Wltk n active demand at Is advavce. 'j Phil's. anJ Bait flour 44. ttjs. - Richardson, Spencer &. Co., quote beef steady it previous rates and market firm. Pi rk Brnii koders demand an advance. Ba- T con advanced Lard in moderate detnnjjd -end steady at 60s. Tal'ow steady nnd un changed at . I Baring Bros &. Co., quote Breadstuff's gen era, ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 31 May 1855

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOOK & JOB PRINTING ir IfS ,lrSpSrSd IS tiecatr., II II I kBSt myle.aiiil li ft un almi iioluo til! kiinl. el Hooka, rd, 1 1 nnlli 1 1 k, Piimphirts, Cirnnlarti Ticket. Poster, ChrM-ki, Labels ':' !.. Itill-If -nil, Itlnnki, LAWYBRnr Ditn:i, Ac , Ac. In shaft nil kiwla of job raiirrivcii tVone in a gifts 1.1 Kivn HitiafniMion lo the most fusiiJiuiis, ni the l!i i. v.. -.r CbROBICLS Ornct. All orders rrrotnptljr Mended 10. KrTrantwni advertisements and Job-wotk nail lie puid lor in ailvancc. OAII cominunicniinni ami arivrriitrnicnte must be linnili.il in before 10 o'clock on Wed mail ay, or bo delayed another wei k. MASONIC CELEBRATION. I Mr. hrclliren ul .Morinli I,oilj;i, rrrennri ACCeO' yk' '"' WiMWll it Jacolnbutg will tolebYate the 9Be0'n'r'B illlllWBttf of .Si. John the Baptist, Snliirrlity, the? and of June. Brethren of nil Lorigcsln good standing sternest earnestly regnested to attend and panlclptti in the Idiivitio ol the occasi...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 31 May 1855

AGRICULTURAL. H thai liy the pleach wnulrl thrive. Hini.elt naetellsel hniil or diive. 03T!ii! lullowing is the la t of I series of I articlca in the ('i)iiniry Gentleman, by II. F. i French. Oil ' Adwintujct nj F.dunttion to Fur. 1 mrr." Among the agencies invoked be science to! the aid of agriculture, "e-.'ri ity should not he . ( h.rgotten. Surtly that Uljrsteflous power, L which HhU up the winter heavens at mid-! nijjht, making an AllftrS Bofftlll a north-;, ii.nrninn ofgloiy in place of darkness I which awifler than winged Mi miry Irorn Olympus, my, swifter thin light luilfi eon Sejre the thought! Sf meD around the globe which bosnd by pnebantrasnt hy lumbiuu tiutia o; .l tti o! different inetuls has even beta compelled to last Bt the wheel, end dllro the engine tt man's bidding sun ly this pow, r this pi.,tean suirit ava inc what varied in, in he may, ehall yet he hel I captive HI I ha reveal aon.e of the secret Working! of nature. It is net improbable that clcctricitj ex erta...

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 June 1855

U I I DJEL. B. COWEN, EDITOR & ItfGTRJETOR, Hi IE 110 LOVES HOT IB USUiXlK CAIT L07S liOTHt TERMS $1,50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE 'EW SERIES, VOL. VII, Ko. 35. ST. CLAIUSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY. JUNE 7, 96(5 1855. WHOLE SO. 1EJELM0NT CHRONICLE. PUBLISHED EVERY TUURSbAY MORNING, nice on North Aide of Mnin Strecl in the New Masonic Hull, a few doors East of ttie fco'urt Ilonse, and a few doors West oftf-e Norton f , House. TERMS Of BUBSCRIPTIOM. liM wllliin three ihonthf, Mid after thattiinc. si.oo apern discontinued only at the option of tlis editor, ! arrearages are uue. j TEIIMS OKADVI'.nTISIria. eh tquare, (tl linaVoj lu,)Uire week, Cl.M Vr.y additional insertion, 8" i-.-r':V advertiHoinentioiie column, (40,00 (lair column, VI.DU fjuartnr column, W.W rroftsaioiial cards JSper annum, , JCT All letters addressed to Hie editor muBt lie paid to l'.sure attention .JI JTr-No paper discontinued until all arrearage! era aid unless at Hie option or the edilor.JJU POETRY. .The following verses w...

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 June 1855

EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE PACIFIC. New York, Mry 30. The siego of Sebas topol wee almost unchanged up to May 13th. An expedition of 15,000 allies had embar ked at Kanvsche, aid put to sea in the direc tion uf Aiuf, tut had returned without land ing no details sic known. Omar Pasha's fore had returned to Eupa loria. Large allicV reinforcements were expec ted wit hit) ten tiny. Negotiations between Austria and tho Weatern Power remain unchanged; but thoee between Prussia and Austria are more intimate. Russia notifies the German government lli at the Czar will only hoid to tiie first two guaranties, on condition ol the perfect neu trality ol Germany. Trance and England hare presented an ul timatum to awed en, which Sweden seems in clined to reject. The French Exhibition has been opened ceremony rather dull. 'Pianori has been exocutcd. Latest. Canrobcrt has resigned, nomi nally In m ill health. IIo is succeeded by Cen. Pelisster, The Picifie bring 135 passengers, and a- mong them Ho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 June 1855

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TO TEACHERS, TIIF. HOARD OF SCHOOL EXAM inkrs, will meet in tin school hoimc in I lis West em ol ST. ui.Ai.rii.i.F., on Buiurui.y 'Juno Ifitli, IH.iTj, nt 10 o'clock A. M. Uy order ol tlio lJonrd. D D. T. COWEN, Clerk. 'J,' Humanity. A plea.niit Incident occurred loM Vecll, In town', to break the dull monotony of tlio regular dreary buslnese of lifo. Tho dny after the lire lovernl gentlemen atarled out, and In a abort time they had raieed $500 for this, roliof or the uf fcrorm No urging was nccessnry the deprivation of the aufl'ercm wo. auch that ll wero touched, and gave freely aa they could afford. Such occurrence" give one a better opinion of human nauire, envel ope tho noble principles in men's hearts, and blot out the eellish. So for from It beinu a burden to contribute in this manner, it is a benefit it renders the contributor o happier and a bcitofman, devel bps the godliko fn his ntttu- and allies him to on Rele, WAftcr atliowcrof r...

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 June 1855

AGRICULTURAL. Hr tlmt hf the pluuali would thrive, Himself musltitlier hold nriliivn. I value or CarhuTs A9 food a.vd Mi:ii nsE Tueih Great Yist.d. Ai thr- ln-t meeting of the Formcr'a Club in hi city time ititercttinj tnCurmatiun wag eiicteil concerning lliii nutritions vegetable. They ro now worth 60c a bushel, and ten times a many bus!ii!' per acre may be 'grown 0 corn. There is no more healthy fond for mm or beast. Tln'y me eepcci.tlly gum! for tliilriren in the Bummer, 1 tli' j pri-vent cummer complaints. Tlicy are not used by many peraons to feed burses, as they ore cheaper thnn ca'.s; end keep the 1 hi inn I healthy. Nearly all jiliysictniiii concur in the opinion as to the fiilvnntiige of nsin rar tts Tor human and aiiimiil food. '1 It tmr this city nr now pnying fea .30 and 63,0'.' n bushel for potatoes, while, they do not con tain any more nutriment than carrots, lit u good deal left than Iiu If the price. The reason is that it is fuhiinub!c to cat one and not th . th. r. ...

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 June 1855

fu uu B. Ii. COWEN, EDITOR k JROPBIETOBJ "HE HO LOVES HOT IKS COUKTIff CAI? LOVE IIOItlltlG." TERMS $1,50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE NEW SERIES, VOL. Vllt NO. 3J. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY. JUNE 11, 185.5. WHOLE NO. 961 THE BELMMIRONIC HJMimEVERY THimSDAir MORNING. bfiiicecNorth Side of Main Street in the New Masonic Hall, a Tew doors East of the Court House, and a tew dbots West of the Nortou . . Ilonse. x.uu TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Jf palil wltliin three month!, f nIH ftnf llmt lilfi. .. Papers discontinued only at the option of the editor, while arrearages are duo. TERMS OVADVKRTtSINO. F. ach sitmre, (il Unci or lent,) three week, Every additional insertion. yearly advertisements one commn, tl.no t I0.IMI 84,(10 15.IHI 3 Jlalf column fluaitnr eolumn, I'mfrulnniil cMnlM S3 net annum JOAII letters addressed to the editor must be paid to p.nre altention.JJH KTNo napM discontinued until all arrearaioa are unless at the option of tiie editor JI POETRY. LABOR AND REST. ''Two bands upon the...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 June 1855

BELMONT COUNTY AGRICULTURAL FAIR. TO BE HELD IN ST. CLAIRSVILLE On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, The 3d, 4th & 5th of Oct., 1855. LIST OF PREMIUMS TO BE AWARDED HORSES. CLASS 1-THOROUGH To be owned or stood in the county. Best. J Best. Ftallionr, - Dip? end $30 $20 Satisfactory evidence of un- -broken pedigree mml to furnished lha. committee. Brood Mares, Dip. and 1ft To bt owned in the county. 10 Roadsters of Horses best adapted to Saddle and Light Harness. CLASS II. But. Stallion 4 year old Dip. end 86 do 3 vesrs old, 5 ,! a 4 do 1 " " Hpring Colt, either sex, 3 Sd beet do do O. Cult. 2d Best. Brood Mate, 4 yrs. Dip and 6 Filly, S yrs, 4 do, 2 dj 3 do 1 do 3 Saddle Horse, Geld, or Mare 6 Pr Matched Horses, 8 Sinn'la Driver. 4 3 O. Cult, 4 6 Committee Dr John Mr-xander.Jshn Har ris, of Goshen, Dr J T Updcgraff, Jesse Buo ly, J W Mitchell. 4 1 41 3', 5 3 ' j 1 3 , CLASS III. HORSES OF ALL WORK. Best. Stallion, 4 years, Dip and $8 do Colt, 3 do 8 do do 3 do 4 do do 1 do 4 ' 3 ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 June 1855

THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. THE BELMONT CHRONICLE. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TO TVHKRslT' THE BOARD Or SCHOOL- EXAM tit, will tiiii'l In tlie chnul liousnin the Went cti(l,ol Br. CuMiu-viLi K, onbulurdi.y IR'.r, al in n'..l....k A R. Uy order ol llio Unnril. . D D. T. COWEN, Clerk. 4th OF JULY CELEBRATION. .fTE a"v,1 A?3 MEET1NO ol the friemls l I hMfhllANLK, olno, n demonstration of the Bons, nn oincr 1 olmicranco orsaiiiznlions ol Belmont sml the ndjoininR Counties, (n BARNESsVILLE, O. on the 4th DY OF JULY, Altpnonilntaretrdtntha Ornnd Teropersnoe reform are invited to attend, Good rkjrnkers will he provided far tho ocension. Cortie and join with u Irianda, tho latch airing will b out. R DA V UN PORT, Wtn. RKED, J US WW, Win. SMITH, Cora, of Invita ftrThe Retr. JOHN vnrPAT ;n breach at theJCounty Infirmry at halt peet four utimn on ruimin neat, nun :inst.,) and Hev, ALEX. YODMU, at the lama hour on the first bakbath rl" July. TTm Annual meeting of the Jl'ittBburg M. E Conference meeta at Jo...

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 June 1855

SABBATH READING. HEAVEN. No lok ft-aa tliere, No weary wnsling of the frame awny, No fearlol shrinking from the midnight air, No dread of summer's bright and fervid .my. No hidden grief, No wild and h erlcsa virions of despair, No vnin petition fur a sweet relief, No tearful. eyes, no broken heart are there. Care hae no home Within the realm Jof ceaseless prnyrr and aong, Itabillowa melt and break away in fonm l'af front lite mansion of the spirit tlirong. The atorm'a black wing is nvcr spread athwart celestial sklos; lta weilins blend not with the voice of spring, As aoina too tender flowrct fudu and dive. No ninht drstille Its chilling dews upon the tender frame; No moon is r.ceded there. The li.'lit which filla That land of glory, Irom the Maker came. No parted friende O'er mournful recollections have to weep; No led of death enduring lovo attends, To watcli the coming of a puiseloss sleep. No blasted flower Or withered bud, celestial gardens know, No scorching blast or fierce .d...

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