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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 13 June 1861

The Chronicle. Th Largest Circulation of any paper published in Belmont County. VVA. Ml.4APl'KKiiKN8ioi. Quito a number of our pfsoplo Wo been uiMur tlio impression that the Col. Andrews who in flourishing around over in Virginia "like a grocn bay how," as the rommnndant of the 15th Ohio Regiment, is President Loriu An drews, of Kcnyon College. Not so. Col. Lorih Andrews has command of the 4thOliio Regiment, at preterit at Camp Dcnuiaoii. The Colonel of the 15th is Geo. W. Andrews, momber of the present LogMnturo from Augluiio, and the Democratic leader in the House. Col. Lorin Andrews' regiment, with the exception of Co!. McCook's, is the best disciplined regiment in the Ohio line. It numbers 617 men, and has voted to ."go in" for the wnr. l"To GiurroM and Back. In com pany with several of our citizen, we avail ed ourself of the opportunity to sea our troops by the excursion train run to flrufton on Sunday by tho Bait .t Ohio It. It. Co. We left Wheeling at about 6 o'clock, A. m., ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 13 June 1861

Belmont Chronicle. Belmont Chronicle. Virginia Stealing Ladies' Wardrobes-- Belmont Chronicle. Virginia Stealing Ladies' Wardrobes--Remarkable Correspondence. [From the Boston Bec.] We alluilcJ few day sinco to a corres putidcuco which took )laco between the Governor of Virginia anil tbe wifo of un oflkcr in the navy, whose faithfulness to duty and to his Aug luid nxcilud tlio iro of the traitors. The Virginia authorities, by wny of puninhmeiit, atulo and confiscated the . wardrobe of the liuly and of her dnitghtei a petty meaitnexs which it would be difficult to parallel. We arc enabled to lay before our readers tho conuHpondeiico connected with this extraordinary larceny, which places Gov. LcU'hor in no enviable position : (Inv. T.kti'Iii.r Sir: Loavina Norfolk suddenly a few weeks ."in.-e, iny perniiml and household prnporty remain in tho fivinht houso of the Uoston Htetimcr. 1 huve in vain fried to recover it have uddi'iwcd lot ten to friend without 8ucces.. I um con- ti,l..nt i...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 20 June 1861

Jgclraant tflitsmtlc. PUBL18UE0 Mlvery Thursday Morning, nr C. L. POORMAN, ftw dour Xiiutvt f tJo-arfc IIoum. Siittl mbMrlhar. prr utnum, (If paid wlili.ii iht Vu) - - -l l J I noi puiit wlMtln ih irrnr- tf on lub bx, eack, (paid In tlviiue,) I No paper dirfroiMJiiuetl until allamiarajfetare paid, tioepl at i)m tifiliott of tlifi pulrlWhcr. Business Cards. .A. 15. Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL CO. O. mtvitd to collecting mid ecuring claim. D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, O. f FFICK oppoaila Hie Ixwli Houmi, Slid over Trull'. w rMore. O. S. HOLLOW AY, .A-ttorney at Law, FLISIIIM., Ilcl.to. O. LORENZO DANFORD, WTTOlt.YEY .IT Il XV, HT. CLAIRHVILIK, O. OFFICE oiua door Fjui of Ilia Courl Houk. fe7 COWEN & HOGE, -A.ttoriieys at Law, ST. CLAIHSVILLE, O. o FFICB opiwilo Ui LwU House, mid over Troll's It." I Dr. John Alexander, ST. CLA1USV1LLK, Oil IO. OFF1CR AND RIlMDKNCB ill lb. Seminary prop any. Wc.i end ol town (u? Oil. I,. II. CillATlH.M, PHYSICIAN & ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 20 June 1861

ST. CLAIBSVILLE: Thumdar Mornlns, June SO. .AM coa,.H'rmcartan. IntmdeJ for tuianioB la tpn, oc r bain raUrtng Dm offct, koald h MrM4 "BatwnnOrmitel, Si. Clhtrtllt, OMo." Ha at Mw lra He art", liT. and hoena . By an.l Sand. In Talnr irrn; Thy Mar. hae IM in. w.lkin dome A id nil lliy hue. w" rami h". fonvra ruiit that tamdi iinsr! Whrn bmajha. UV foe but falls brfora tit, With Frawlnm". coil bnalh otir feet. ih! Freedom' banner ureamiiiff o'er ua. BTITTON THE FRIENDS OF PEACE TO CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. "Wtf. tlio undcrsiimed citizens and nunli- fied voters of township, Belmont county, O.. believing that tiw is destructive to the best interests of the country, involving us at tbe present time in a conmci wmi our kindred, and titter Stales, and that it will finally result in the dissolution of our Union: deploring as we do such a dire calamity, and fully confiding in the opinion that our pres ent trouble! are uscoitible of a peaceful solution, trusting therefore to the justice ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 20 June 1861

ffiTit fljliroittrTf , The Largest Circulation of any paper pubusrioa in .Belmont uounty. Local HVf atterEt. foyTeachors' Examination at the u.mal place on Saturday, June 29. W&"V will publish noxt week some interesting statistics in relation to tho orops of this county anrt vnfttn nf " . ' : r' Hoes,4c., with the value of porsonal pro- perty in each township in the county. 1 KThe Peane petition was sent by the "Aid Society" to Messrs Morgan and Kol- . . 0"The County jail is without a prisoner ; something very strange m Belmont county, (Ql-Firb. On Tuesday evening the tta' ble of O. Gray, above West Wheeling, caught fire from a spark from an engine on the C. & P. Railroad and was, with a horse and other contents, entirely destroyed. loy.of BoUairo, prominont pcmocrats,who decline not only to sign it themselves but to offer it to others. They are, as we are in formed, iu favor of sustaining the Govern ment in its efforts to put down the rebellion, tftid think it will be time ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 20 June 1861

Mr. Holt's Letter (Concluded.) consent of the governed; but it in upon the consent, no of nil, but of a mammy of the mverned, CriuiiiiaU are every day punish ed and maJeto obey the laws, certainly against their will, niul no man anpposes that .k n,4.,;i.lA referred to is thombF invaded. A bill linseed by a LegMnture, by the major ity of a sinifle vote only, though tho comtit ril whn voted nminat it should be in fact, as they are held to bo in theory, op posed to it provisions, still it in not the lens operative as a law. and no right of soU-kov-ernment is thereby trampled upon. 1 he clamor alluded to acumen that the States are separate and independent governments, and that laws enabled under the authority of all may be reust 'd and ri valed at the pleasure ofem-h. Tliepoopleof tho I luted States f"""as the powers oftho (roiiurnl Government are concerned, arc a unit, mid laws passed by a majority of all are limiting upon all. Tlie law an i umMiniimn, How ever, which the .South n.iw 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. — 27 June 1861

i' ' ' -PUBLISHED , i livery Thursday Morning, MY 0. L. P00RMAN. OFFlCK-MnMonJc IIMl llulldhia h lew duurit lHt of'C'utirt llouwu Binijlf rid)f rllr, p-r iiiinni, (if uiii williln the y-mi) HI An It kl,.t wltt.intl.ufi.fi . Club til Hi.t. uclt. limit! iiiBilvancr.lt ' ' !t7N Bprtl-eoMiuined nriril a) I arreting! nre pnhl. Business Cards. -- A. K. WKI.I.M, Attorney at Law, MARTIN S FERRY, BEL. CO. O. YTlL1iiWitd to colluding tuid iwcur.i.g claim. D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, st. claiusville; o. fNHPICR oppoirt ili lwii Mourn, nd over Troll' piore. le cTaOTOLLOWAYT Attorney rtt Law, I'M MlUvVi, liel.C o. O. LORENZO DANFOED, vITTOK.Vi: Y .1 T JL.l II, BT. CIjA.IltHVIIjI.iK, O. OFFICE ana door F.snl of the Court Home. Ie7 COWEN & HOGE, Attorneys at Law, BT. CIjAlItSVIIjIjK, O. "FFICE oiH.-o.ile Uie Lewi. Hon.e, autl over Troll'. -J .lore. lei Dr. John Alexander, BT. CLAIH8V1LLK, OHIO. FFIOR AND RKSIDENCF. til the Seminary rrnn- any. elanu ol town, in UU. E II. CillATIUXV, PHYSIC...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 June 1861

" ST.LAIRSVILLE; Thursday Jlornlng, June at. .'All oniiiuiiicilom InicudeJ (or liiwrtlon In the paper, or upon bu4ues relutiu to tli office, ctmutd be iMrenwl "Bel nunlClirailcH, t ClmlriftlU, Oliio." Fltr of the frr hanrt' lion nnj home! By n;.,l htnt-J:; to rnlor ifive.ii Thy war have ii th welkin ilnin Aim. nl ihy huei wTf I-ohi in hen wit fdtXAMA t'LO&T TliAT UTArtDABD UltKl! Wii'Ttf I'.if fo'- 1ml fall Uf fore Ut, With Freedom' toil beiinti our fret. A11J IYJo.ii'ft liaitttrr iirHtiiittf o'er tie. Ms PARTYISM. The Republican, pome Doinocrstio papers of Ohio, havo spoken very froelv on tlio propriety of burying all partisan fooling, ami avoiding in tho com ing enactions everything that hud a tendency to diviilo tho Union men of tho North by party lines. And from this freo expression of opinion tho poople of tli'w county wore led to believe thitttho partisan was about to be buried in tho patriot ; that tho love of country was about to triumph over tho desire lor office, and t...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 June 1861

The Chronicle. The Largest Circulation of any paper published in Belmont County. Local Matters. "a3rTcachors' Examimtiou at the tuual pUoe on Saturday, Jauo 29. HJ-Fourtu or July. The public school of thin place will oelobrato tho coming 4th of July by a pic-nic, to., in Gonin's Orove. !aDKNNis H. Williams, Esq., will take charge of the High School of this pluco e the noxt session. Mr. Williams is a favorite tcochor. Will the Gazette man please inform its readers how many names there wan on the peace petition returnod to him Vou ; Bridgcport,and tho endorsement the Doctor wrote on it before returning it. tfSrFLAU Presentation. The ladies of Glencoe aud vicinity will present a flag to the company of Reserve Militia at that placo, commanded by Cnpt F. M. Snivoly, on Saturday noxt, at 2 o'clock, V. M. ajSouooi. Examination. There will tie an examination of the publio schoolst)f this plaoe; commencing on Monday and con cludingon Wednesday ol'next week. Parents and friends of education a...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 June 1861

Belmont Chronicle. LAWS OF OHIO. Published by Authority. AN ACT To tViPslatt-tV1 ro"Mni5tioii"f mni Honis nnd flat boa' on any ftltrk witter ubvimioii t ii.iin i i.e n'rue ol Olio. Acrtlon 1. I it cifict -j by I 'end A"wm:ly c tftf SMatv Oi 'Ohm. Tint ml ri nl hi-nl i etui lt tmrm iiiiv. IntinT rii.iiiuu of lri! I'"'1 ht O'lV W PV. louilin r nr U'l loidlit,.0 i "Y "luck witter nnvl ;.ition wiiUin tlir smio of OntO. Wilro ntU AM llv j tftlJ I"! 11 eT-triri d Ihw nut ! ihn fi.i eni .c tttinwnc' and wnlin? wiit ft-mniti ilve knkt lev'l wnm niot: ixmiI nre loaded down, of while rurrj v-it n 'u,l cu I. ft,. 4. Allr-tici Lorn nw ro r mwr. on wfli nnvl- fable water, not no i-oii-lcu-toil . i 'i nilv. n'tall be i ro VKhtd with iirli.o:w iikumii ill.ilu vMitwuirs aid bow and m-rntimtwr-' to winch .' li in fni"ti i.iit-in.iiiui pla'ik. not lew ti'.nn tiM"t-n iici c m1. and i-xicii-Juit' ftrmind mi t nth wi.Le.ai n i Ci ' of Hi'd l 80.. Tni mt i:hi) ink.) :(.. ot niid i-e in f"tu from and alta...

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 July 1861

Jdmont (Chrouitlc; v,l'..' I PUBLISHED .' ' titer Thnrttdajf JH0mingy ... bt , , 0. 1, POORMANi OltICM.MMMntc Hull iiulldtnar. r. ni. door IDnat of C ourt llouB. THHMMi Slafte MkMribw. er aejuaaa, M paid wltaia Dm ft not paid within lee Ifiar i. tlahuf Sit, each, (neid iaedvaiiae,)- tl m I HI JXT Vo paper dLeonlintted until all arrearage! are paid. Irffrapl at lb option oi the a iihlLher. Business Cards. ; , Attorney at Law, MARTIN S FERRY, BEL. CO. 0. WILL niieiM. m collecting mud Mcurhif clJmt. , D, D. T. COWEN, -Attorney at Law, n, . ST. CLAI.RSVILLE, O. IFIrlCF. eppo.lle lk 111. Haute, and oral Troll'. r antra. .. i O. S. HOLLOW AY, .Attorney- at Law, 'Ll8IIIS,nel.Co. O. LORENZO DANFORD, ; TTO ilJVEY .IT MjJM IP, r t. ST. CLA1HHVILLK, O. OFPICB am door Eaat of the Court Houm. f7 COWEN & HOGE, Attorneys at Law, ST. CLAIHSVILLK, O. o FFICB opnoalte Un Lewie Houae, and orer Troll ' !::, .Dr. John Alexander, ,-i ST. OLAIUHVILLK, OHIO. OFF1CK AND RffyK)CB lu the Bemiuary prop-' ....

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 July 1861

.Tsi. CLAIESVILLEi - t Tfeanday Moraine;, July X. 'll-i-JLL.i ' 1 J.'1"-.- ''VtU 'MMnilnn ttilMdol lot linartlon In the '-- ot upon InwIiiom rnlaniin u tlx olf.ta. aho-iM lie cVlrnHl D-l.nml Chwilfle, flt. Clal-Milta, Ohio. ' qfc n i ii mm I 1 ' tint. As fr hi-n' hop bM horna! By iisl Immtii u ralor irrn : Thy -tart have lit lli wilkin .Urnia Avi all Ciy hue w;rr I oni in IiMHren. Fniavaa aunr tkat sTAKtuia aiiar-t Wiht lirr-.Ci.--.itM' fo;bu Itafora na, - iYuli Krts'ilom'-ao.l bcn;eih uri-l. ' Ad P-re-loni' imniif -l-cnmin o'er ua. COMPROMISE. ." Sineo commencement Kalional difficulty (hero has been aconlinu . ouA effort on tlio part of certain political leaders to impress the minds of the people nth tha idea that it is necessary, in order ' to secure a return of tho South to her alio- riauce totbeCunititntion, and submission lo tho enforcement of tho lawn, for the Gov ernmont or the North to enter into a com pact or compromise with her, by which she ' shall bo guaranteed the enjoy...

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 July 1861

The Chronicle. the Largest Circulation of any paper v, puDlianea la neimoai tuuuijri Local Matters. . Bar-Trie imtriotio raw Die about Lewis' Mill W wok collected and shipped to ' Capt.Y CWlosworth't company, at Camp Cbana, lix hundred pounds of provisions.,, " tQCADrm.i-Tha patriotio boys of our towft have organitod a fine corps or eadotn. Jouoph, llowotson is Captain, Jonoph A. Kamaga first Lieatenant, and James B. . YytyWw Second Lieutenant. Thojr are drill tag Nearly every night,' '''',. ' 1 ,&-Lixvt. John (J. Tiun.yX, of this county, how with Barry a battery , of artiUory pt ort rins,Tia been promoted to the Captaincy of Coupauy A, Eleventh Rcgi taeiit of Infantry ( llegulam) headquurtura i ott lliuuilton, New York harbor. ' Miir-CouNTV Con VBNTroM. There will beaOrandi Glorious, Unconditional Union Convention called Mme of theM days by tho people of Belmont county, irrespective ot party, that will lay out' 1 all the candidates trhatmnybe nominated 'by the doubtful lltor,,b...

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 July 1861

LAWS OF OHIO. Published by Authority. AN ACT Ohio, tmwriv-1 .o the tenrfceot ih United S Wriio-i t- rV ii tnitctrrl by iM ttrnrrtal Aiwmlily of tli Miatv of Oriirv Thiit Um inil.vtdtiril real mid pfwnitj prpfny ( n p-romi who .My bHonirio ibe militin of hiiMr. ftmt wbnthalttM mutrtMl iiW th aciiial mp if; of thA Uni4 Ptaiea. umW any reuiiiimi o( lit prrii lent nhall I ami the mmk to hrroliy declared er rtfipi, ddnttf therliit' wiehpron nKttll rrmitn in ilie ac tual arvMt oi (he Urtil tat.aitdtMmmnntli thrrnftr, frrtvut on anv attention, or t-rtrr ofl, tosutMl on nr i-lffawiMrifivd by any of the cooruof thi. rtate; nA th imttTtrfnal nfrwxial rronnr of Moh iwraon ahatl tot iha p 'nod lorwaii, Wr exempt, from tb levy of ai-Mtioti.ny law finu Mate to im contrary notwun a tamhaf. I. Thiaaet aball laka iTt on itt ptM-. Speaker of the House of Representatives. ROBERT C. KIRK. President of the Senate. President of the Senate. Passed May 1, 1861. AN ACT pnMkh timet pay v . ,lf bantu. fWetion...

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 July 1861

PUBUHUED ; Every Thursday Horning, - BY v.' O.L. POOBMAN, UlflflCMiMritionlc Hull I3utlHn. av tow door liiaot tjf Houi t Houmi . .-. TTtkbVwi Sine la tbwHbt, aet e.nuiu, (M paid wtt Ik iwl .it... 1 Ml It nAl naif! withlll lbs rear- Club of bit, each, (paid iHadvanee,) 1 IIS ryNpape dlaaonUiuied until all arrearage are lic.nl at thk apllHfl of pabllahe. - ' - ' ' paid, Business Cards. A.. K. WKIiLB. Attorney at Law, -MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL CO. 0. ALU fctlaui tt collactiug aud Mcurliiy elaima. : ; D. D: T. COWEN, ' V Attorney at Law, ,, BT. CLAIRSVILLE, O. OFPIOB opposite the Lewis House, tud over Troll's Store. ' O. S, HOLLOW AY, .Attorney at Law1 FLrsniXG, Bel. Co. o. .LORENZO DANFOED. . &TTORJYE I .1 T JLA Jf, ' ST. CLAIRSVILLE, O. OFFICE ana door Fail of the Court House. fcJ ; OOWEN & HOGE, .Attorneys at Law, ST. CLA.IRSVIt.tiBJ, O. o Fl'ICE opposite the Lewis House, and oeer Troll's . : Dr. John Alexander, . T. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO. OFP1CK AND RESIDENCE In the Seminary prop, ar...

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 July 1861

' ST. CLAIRSVILLE : -" i , ., - I Tknrtdajr Morning Julj 11, ' iAll eammontcet.oiie hitenHttJ tor insertion In the paper, r apoit btiefnem rWettng to the office, ehAuld be i4irMkf lnmM Chronica At. Ctatmillt, Ohio." ' ' Flap; rtf the fi h-iirt hop and home ! i Hr anaa. hands to vrtlor (ivan; Thy aura have til the welkin noma And al! thv hu were boni in heaven. t '- Pol IV Ml WtrtM THAT VTAMiAftD lUKICr! Where iirrstli-i lUr loe hul full it Iwfore US, - With KrnfMtoin'AMiil beneath our (eel, .And Freedom' laimer dreaming o'er ua. THE FOURTH OF JULY CONVENTION. We were present at thin long called, triple railed, and loudly called convention, partly with a Tiew to ascertaining whether the "house of York" or the ''house of Lan caster" should prevail, and partly with a view of giving the peoplo of the county who were not present a correct account of it character and proceedings. We were in duced to believe, from the day (selected, the great efforts that bad been made by the cliiuert that...

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 July 1861

The Chronicle. Largest Circulation of any paper published In Belmont County. Local Matters. .1 aakJFLi waaaiu and nrauaofeommunl w otjon hMWiaoriwinately crowded oat our ; .owls." - tSrlrt the Twelfth (Wilkesbrre) District of Pennsylvania; H. B. Wright, Union can- tfidat for ConrreM, if elected over D. K. Randall, Democrat, by an overwhelming majority. - SaW We have endeavored very hard to lay . . a corrected copy of the meeaage before our readers, and have but partially tueoeeded. A received from the wires, it was terribly butchered. ..; . " WThe ' remains of Richard B. Ryan . reached here last Thursday, and were inter red on the following day, with Masonitf hon . ora, Bis remains were followed to the grave ty a large oonooorae of people. 'MTSoldirbs j Wanted. Forty able Wlfed' Inen, between the ages of 18 and 45 years, are wanted to recruit three years ontpany. But forty are needed to complete the company. Apply soon, personally or B. R. COWEN, Bellaire, O. ttfOn the first page of...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 11 July 1861

gclmont (Chronicle. LAWS OF OHIO. Published by Authority. AN ACT RtUiiiif to utin mmA ni.liiary store keppere lot the Ohio rolHier nnlii-a. Wito.. 1. B tt nac.-u by th" sii. ml AsseinMy of th .s.a.tr of Oliio. Thai all aitPOiiiuiKitlA ot uilt,r ant) mil 1 1 mry more srrcfs to any ol Ui rruiinrnrKor thgnda ot uif Onto ToiuiHar militia aiHMer-Nt iiitosttrvir? mnur any of the law rff litis siatj. si mil or tipproTert by the xivcranr; and no appointment ol" Mich sutler or military etorc Iseesier shall lkeilrc milt) ttia governor's apnrov I shall bm indorsed on tite eeniftcn.t thereof, livery utler and utnary More keeper to appointed ahall give bond to tfte Put of OHn, in ihe sum of ten thousand dollars, eundiiionori for ilia faithful performance of his dottesi whKh Ut'id sh-ill be approved by the coventor bo fore sua, autWr or military More k-cper sun!) be aJ lowed so act we 1 fcVrery mtirt and miliinry stor trrrr ap poiitftMl urutor lit ppiviMiif t ol tins artsltM.i bemi-itct to r-risy...

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 July 1861

Belmont Chf otuck. --yUHUBIlliD Evert Tliurnday JtornlngA . . t . BV jy -1: 0. L. POORMAft. ; Dl'I,ICK-Minl 1IU Ilutlrttna, I at ft w doora UMt ol (Jsiirrt, noun. I fclml. euheerlber, pet ennaia, (if pel' " ""..'.I If not pi ClOb ol wiwniwiwiw" r" Six, each, (pud in advance,) 1 no irrNo paper diaoomlnued until all arrearagee are paid, eie.pl at the option of Ilia puhUher. Business Cards. WELLS, Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL CO. 0. attend to cotlcctlnj anil eecurlnf claims. ife7 ,D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, . ST. CLAIRSVILLE, O. Office opptnii. the Lewie llouta, and over Troll', t. O. S. HOLLOW AY, iA-ttorney at Law, rL.l'SIlIG, Ilel.Co. O. : . , : LORENZO DANFORD, Jl TTOllJVE V .1 T 11 IP, ST. CIiAin8VILLK,0. O' FFICK on door Eael of the Court Houea. Ie7 . . COWEN & HOGE, ' ttornevs at Law, ST. CLAinSVItl-E, o. o FF1CB orKMta Uia Lewia llouw, and oTtrTroll tore. ' T- Tr.1i A To aniai XII UVuii BX. UliAiwo r OFFICE AND rksidbncb in Bmtnary rrjp i We.! and of town. k, ...

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 July 1861

: ' ST7 CLAIVILLE ; Thnrsdaa- Morning, July IS. VAX HmuuiKal IMendaS to Iwittot in tlx papar, ". Soedneaa MlMinf to Ik ofHoe, ahauM V illtmil ciMMOTtCkmrfrl, Bt. Clalnvilla, OM. 'Flat n th. free hfarre rra and lorn.! ' 11 j .ntrel ttamta in valor given; . Thy atari Wave lit lha welkin dome Awl all dv hi. wr. burn in hreven. , Foaives vijuv tiut ar.fbAaD anrar! Where hrialli.th foulmt tall. ..afore n, With frnrinma .nil iK-nt-alti nur feet. Aud t'lvwdvra'. bannaratraaminK o'ar a.. LETTER FROM NEW YORK. Editoral Correspondence of THE CHRONICLE. NEW YORK, July 15, 1861. Here I Am, after ft cold, rainy, uticomfort Able trip, Mated in tho third story of the "Girard," on tho corner of West Hrondwuy and Cliamlwrj streets, with tho mecssnnt clatter of horses, feet on the pared street, the cotutant, rumbling noire of the street cum below, and a cold, drizzling rain above, in a very poor condition, to say the loast of it, to fulfill my promise to write to The Ciibon-rcl.K- But, an money lende...

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