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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 18 July 1861

The Chronicle. The) Largest Circulation of any paper published in Belmont County. Local Matters. IVAn legant hut, sword and iwh have Men protonted to Vr. Tbobura, Burgeon of I the Fir. Virginia Regiment, by bis friends UWbo1if4 . . , . r ii r m i WfThe "colored population" of thia neighborhood Itittslid to celebrate the coming aniiirtraary Of Went India Emancipation at Flushing, in rtytd Uyle. tertloV. Biegfriod, of Muskingum county, at tho solicitation of many friendis will preach in tho-Pronbyterian church at 11 o'clock on 4thS4bbath, being the 28th inut, HSrTi. It Cowcn, Knq., of Bollaire, this county, hat been appointed a Paymaster in the If. 8. Army, with the rauk of Major, and ordered to report at Washington for duty. M-Tnt Fair at Belmont. We have been furnished the Premium .List for the Fair at Uotuidnr, which takes place on the 17th; 18th and 19th daye of September. We Uiall publish it next week. VflkJCapi. Wallace is recruiting his com pany for tho war. Tbc gallant Captain...

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 July 1861

Belmont Chronicle. LAWS OF OHIO. LAWS OF OHIO. Published by Authority. LAWS OF OHIO. Published by Authority. AN ACT Siinnli mn itnry lo ih in foi-ca. in relation lo tha MMM'ni ami taxaww 4 fw ny according w tu inie valua in fnon. (Vlion 1. 1 It enacted hy ' Oeiieral Aiwrnbly of tha mat of OJio, Thai wiasneror any irnnaiem pernon hail HxMUa in uijr ony, incorporaied or in any lownsiio, in Mu iat. and ahull otter to sell or otherwise .-.im mr honk or othrir tfiHNl. waff or inrrrhan- iliie. amlee lha namo ot a gift trouk Mora, or any other nana or .U-ht-nsWioti. H aliatl be the duty of the aeor iur ike Ue be tut, oi the township w he rain aneb peraon hart loaaia, tortfcwith lo call upon auch peraon, aiHl da- wand ol htm the trim vauw in inoi.y ui an mm nw in lr.l.- b.mI in mmm ailfri (Xirlll aliitil lit .fleet or rafUM tO return thaaajaa uixWr owt.i. within twenty-four nouraafitr auchdamhnd.Uieit it alia II I tin duty of tairi a-worto A.m-m.. Ik. hum H ill nlhKrillK4 Ml III ill ClltlCf...

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 July 1861

PUBUBHKD ' Evert Thursday Morning. C. L. POORMAN. UFFICK-Maunlc Halt liuttdlng, law duon Itlnat or CJourt liuus. ' TEHMHi inffe wikMribtf, pet annua, ill paid wiihla Ik tear! St 00 If 1161 raid within ih year-. i uu Oluli ! dix, each, (paid iuadvauee.) 1 Ho HTM paper ditr ontlnued until all arrearages are paid, eleepf at Ilia option of the publl.her. Business Cards. A.. 33. WELLS, Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL CO. 0. collecting and scouring claims. II. I, attend fe? D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, 8T. CLA1RSVILLE, O. OFFICK oppotitt tiit lwi- Houm, and orr Troll' Stat.. M . O. S. HOLLOWAY, , attorney at t Law, : . FIXSUHVO, Bel. Co. Oi LORENZO DANFORD. JT TTOKJYJE I .T JD.f It. ! ST. CLAIRSVILLE, O. If FPICE ana dour Kast of Iha Court Houm. Vfc7 COWEN & HOGE, A.ttorn.eys at Law, o 9X. CLAlllSVILLK, O. I FICK opposite lha Lewia Houm, and ovor TroM's store. Dr, John Alexander, ST. CLtA.IItaVII-.LK. OHIO. OKl-'ICri AND KfcSIDKNCK iu lha Seminary prop erly, Weal end of town....

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 July 1861

xHB. 0LAIR3VILLE ; " Y.iarlAy Morning, July 2i. urtiimmipntiiwn InfcmM for lnnion in ihr p'pt,t jt" Itttffuvtf tvlaitiig to tin oif.re, iouM r.f m4 Itrl'tttmtCtinmirie, St rtainvUlff, OSfe." f"1r of rt- fro hrt't (;op hotn. ! My n?il hurtt to vnlor rtvti; TSy tnt have lit tii? welkin iloni Ami il thy hn were bn in in. Poivrt rrT rrur tda hfi! VVlr braa(liMlh fu but fail. hfor tu, With Krilnnrinoil beneath mirfret, ' And Fneom'm liamirrf aiding or na. THE BATTLE FIELD. Being in Washington City during tlic past week, and understanding that it was tho in tention of iho Government to make nn ad- vanco movement on Manassas on Saturday or Sunday, we procured a pans on Friday evening and started early on Saturday morn- ing to Controvillc, via. .Alexandria and Vi enna, whoro wo arrived, in company with C. Arick, C. Hnxlctt, and others, nt alxut 6 o'clock in tlio evening, whoro wo noon Tnund the 1st sod 2d Ohio regiments, in the advance guard ; and from Col. McCook and Cnpt Hazlott, of tho 1...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 25 July 1861

The Chronicle. The Largaut Circulation of any paper pubhul'.od in Uolmont County. Local Matters. 4qrToachrrt' examination at the usuu' placo,' Suturduy, August 3d, 180'. VStOh mfi OtTsnE. On our ouuldo ,tlii week will bu found lLo recent gUn-iou -spco?u of Hon. Jotcnh Holt, of Kentucky, f Snd a lengthy Extract from a rccont S'ldnw qfllon. DunielS. Dktiiisoii, of New Yurk, before til 8 Societies of Anilier.it College. Boad them, and then hand them to some neighbor who may have no other moans of seeing them. ' ' ' CrSJ-Wo find tliat the UiuetUi man has 'been spreading limine!!' during our alisenee, in tho way of uliuse. Wo have no time, at present, to pay attention to that genttrman'i personal ulang, nor do'we think it necessary to pay any very special atUiiitiou to him, as he is so completely inflated unit he is like ly to go up fast enough' without any outside pressure. "Make haste .slowly, my dear. 8fST"KxPtANAXioN Wanted. When Union Democrat attacks Heaton about the course of his ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 25 July 1861

Poetry. Written for the Bemon Chronicle. "Sing the Star Spangled Banner." "One af lha Okio Hoy. Joiin It Bain.", of tha -Tand NtfaM. 'y lr'W fntl? contra.. f. 8tn (hi tir Spigl iliU iiier'; hut he HI mrtvrv m th ctermil ka4ti baiofabi. rciMM could b compliad A Kridir lay 'lying on dread Arid of war, In the lahd of hi tut, ftott. liii twoet boma afnr: H waa paMln twny In hw raanhood'a bright years, Hi pal ttwr bnpaartad not by woman auA tear. Tha rtjicM of loveJ orvl foil not on Ilia ear, Hi tan, lonely nuinaui with twert touaa to ch'tr; Aod fMamfoiry wandarad that ud Kurt hi liui At awapt o'er fat apiht briflit dreams of the past Bui patriot fire it hi eya, dim wiih death, And tha uamm of hi UiJard-rv lati on his br aih M8in( ibe 9ur Spanglad lfauuar, wi h fai.u voice be aaid. A dying ha lay on hti obill. gory bed. His cold hand In that of hi comrade was preaaaJ, And hi ainkinj frm leaned on 'hat HVI (.tiiful br.-ait: dinf tha StarHpanUd Uuiinf r," tut in region divine Hi fratd spir...

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

-PUBLISHED. Ktcfff Thursday Morning, o.l.'p6orman. lY doora Ksmt of Court 1 louae! trifle subscriber, per 111111,111. i( n.ld whMn 11,. . II no) eeid-wlthin the year . J u, Clab ot Six, nek, (pud iiiedeanee,) 1 us CTNo papor discontinued nill all arrearages ire paid, vpi u uh option di Hi puol.her. Business Cards. Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL CO. 0. w IIJi attend to cvlltcUuir and Mcuriiif elalmt. D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, 0. OFFICE oppo.lt the Lewis House, and over Troll'e Store. M O. S. HOLLOW AY, A-ttorney at Law, FLUSHING, Bel. Co. O. LORENZO DANFORD, f TTOMUYE 1 .f T 11 IV, ST. CLAIRSVILLB, O. OFFICE ena door East of lha Court Houm. fe7 COWEN & HOGE, .Attorneys at Law, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, O. o FFICB oppoille lha Lewis House, and oyer Troll's Dr. John Alexander, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO. OFFICK AND RKSIDKNCF. In lha familiar)- prop any, Waal and of town. fe DR. It. II. CiRATIGKY, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, r PKNUKHS iU win-icei. to ihe citizen of H'V....

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 1 August 1861

.;-. ",.".'. 'jr-l . 1 - ST. CL AIRSVILLE : A!I rom n i i!0!;t'iit i'itt;vkd fcr Itiicriion In ihe llr.r iim r o themr.ee, SoM be fHriiiftJ 'Mcl .mt f:fo ..!. 5i. Claimille, Ohio." NY TVn 'ir " itii it.ni n.t''. t ii trrnm of tin-nir! Tumr'h rtiir l.ilirr rir m tln-' cruvr Tli" H1 Snn i t -u.it jir.kc, tli'-y hart wnli (tint Atil i lit- r 'o-j wrr-i iwii ln tnl lnv. u: ',vii i.-. t :,;m'i-r: vv'i- r-'er u niy call, Oitrm'llioiM n:,nl rni nronifl; ' A nili:.' o( t'i,' 'in ii 'ii'tl 'Mom ut 'mil fnll. Whn it 4 l if nliu!l be irnli'it mi (hft ground TO THE UNCONDITIONAL UNION MEN OF Belmont County, Ohio. Tiik undersigned, Voters of Belmont County, heretofore belonging to llio various political parties, bcliiving that, in tlio pion nit crisis, all former party organizations should bo suspended, and that the only or ganization which should now lie recognized should have lor its object the Preservation nf our Government, tlio Vindication of it Violated Laws, and a Vigorous Prosecution of ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 1 August 1861

The Chronicle. Dho lifirfjost Clroulntion of any papor puuiiHticu in jucimuiu uouiiiy, Local Matters. AUT'Toauriem' maiiiiiiutimi at tlio unml p aoo, Saturday; August Hil, lHii'. ' - m iTWi aro ruquostoJ to ntnii tliat . Mesdrn. Ihoiiiks & Colliim. JloritisUi, will bi lit hmne from tliuir cnnifiuigii in Western ' Virginia, nnd in their office, ready fl resume thoir Mental Oioratioin, in a fuvv da when they will be glnd to boo tliuiroM friend-- aiMlcuiitoiuot'.i, ond allotlntr.il who luny favor them with n cull. W fondly look fnrtrnril to tho day when Vallandighain will bn looked upon "a the proudest mail in America. fUnxettd. , As "distance lends oiielinntiiient to the view," it will no doubt be consoling to the Kditor of the Gazette to know that he enn "fondly look forward' for a long time to .come, as Yullmiilifriiniu and Arnold and Burr and Judas "wiH be looked upon" about the aamo time, and in the samo connection. - .... Deatij oi' John DAVHsroar, Eiq. A dipntch was received...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 1 August 1861

Belmont Chronicle. List of Premiums WITH THE AWARDING COMMITTEES, FOR THE Second Annual Fair. OF THE BELMONT INDEPENDENT. Agricultural Society: To be Held at BELMONT, on the 17th, 18th and 19th days of September, 1861. Anv rverion tleiroit of entcrinir nny ftrti.-lo for ooinpotion mint first liecome a memlicr of (he woity bctoro it rnn do entorea. Upon th 'payment of nun dollar, any por frincan become a itimbor of the B. J. At S. for one yfli wtid memWuliip will admit all mpmltfr and tlioir tain i lion, under 21 year of ago, during the continuance of tho lair. CLASS A.—THOROUGHBRED HORSES. Bet tetltoti. 4 yiimill utallion, a years oM Mb Li ion, tf yMir old HadkNi, I Tmr old " Hprin (rtnllion coll w brootlmnra with foal by aide 4 yara oM " Fiiltt year old M t W amrlnv nrf colt- A 4 ..-4 il - .:i tl ,..3 it 5 ...A 4 ...4 .-3 9 t Kxhibitun of Dlfiod Harm wilt b rtnuiretl to V- withttuiHcrfinry, an anilif-niie prdwrre of each imimi WIUIC Ul UUIPI HIV !) W IMW nil . Fninmre ft 91 JiKlrns...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 August 1861

gclmont Btoonifhv , rUBLISHKD-- Every Thursday Morning, tir . 0. L. P00RMAN. UFFICK-Mminnlc Ilnll 1 tiitlritna. Taw door lfiant of Court liou. TKHMS I Sintle eubeerluer, per annum. (i( mid within ibe arae . y") t su It not paid within Ih. yf ar y 110 Club of Mix, each, (eid in advance,) 1 U0 E7"No paper dleomiiioad vimil all arrearagee an paid, r are.pl al the option of tlta pnlili.her. Business Cards. A . IS. WELLS, Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL CO. O. yit'' MtUiid to eolleeUnf and ecurin claims. D. D. T. COTCEN, Attorney at Law, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, 0. OFFICE oppoaita the Lewli Home, and orar Trnll'a Biora. b7 O. S. HOLLOW AY, Attorney at Law, FLUSHING, Bel. Co. O. fa LORENZO DANFORD, ' .1 TTORJYE VJiT JLJt If, ST. CLAIUSVILLK, O; OFFICE one door Eitat of tha Conn Houaa. fe7 COWEN & HOGE, -A.ttorn.eys at Law, ST. CLAIUSVILLK, O. O PFICB opposite tha Lewis House, and orer Troll's 18 Dr. John Alexander, ST. CLAIUSVILLK, OHIO. rV'FIOE AND RESIDENCE in the Seminary prop- s-r 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. — 8 August 1861

ST. CMVILLE : 1 trtiurft1ih? Morn In. Augrutt 9. tAD tomqiipiirarioTi Inttnrtrri IW Itiaertion hi th Ntpf.r apo huiMiwM rlir.f to th office, thnnM b ftdtVMed IWtitont Chronicle, t Cla.rivill, Ohio. Thn tip if S Omt Fl(f ! -t it mmiin on Ihn air! Thoihth our fHtbriV art rold in tin r ernirp Thy hnfl hnmU thai could mnke, tliry hurl lontt lhai could daro, And ihrir "on wirf urn hrn tnh. rlavrp. I'f! tip! with ihit! limner! whi-rwVr 11 inu)' rut), Our million thall rally prnunili A nrnio,. of Frct'int'ii ilmi inrnmnt bnl full, When iu Mara utmll tn triil'd on the ground. Unconditional Union Ticket. BKPRK8INTATIVE, WILSON 8. KK'XON, of Richland. THKASTItr.H, GEORGE C. BETHEL, of Flushing. PRnHWlTINn ATTORN KV, CHANDLER W. CARROLL, of Richland. COMMISsrONKR, JAMES McGKKGOK, of Pulhicy. TORONKR, JOHN WRIGHT, of Pultncy. MREfTOR OP TIIK INF1RMARV, WILLIAM RAMAGE, of Wheeling. THE CANDIDATES. For Representative, W. 8. Kennon. A Douglas Domocrut, a young man of more than ordinary talent, who...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 August 1861

The Chronicle. Tuu largest Circulation of any paper published in Bolmont County. Local Matters. QLUnion Mektinu at Ulencoe. David Truomon will peak for the Union at Glkncob on Saturday next, tho 10th tost., at 2 o'clock, P. m. IKSlConorkss has pnwsed a law adding 14 per month to tho pay of non-conmiuwioued officer!, privates, and in uxicians ol volunteers, and marines and sciimcti. ' IUnion Clubs. Tho friends of the Union should at once orgmiize Union Clubs all over tho county. We are engaged in as holy a cause as wcio those who mot in Old Independence Hall at Philadelphia and pro claimed "Liberty throughout tho world, to all the inhabitants thereof." This matter it suggested to us by an esteemed friend at Glencoe, and it should be at once attended to.. MrGoODt-Capt Win Wallace (agio rious and hiutorio name) ha been appointed Mojoroi'the Fifteenth Ohio Regiment, which is being re-organized for the war. Captain. Wallace is a brave and acccoinplUhcd utflcer and his hosts of friends he...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 8 August 1861

Belmont Chronicle. List of Premiums WITH THE AWARDING COMMITTEES, FOR THE Second Annual Fair. OF THE BELMONT INDEPENDENT Agricultural Society: To be Held at BELMONT, on the 17th, 18th and 19th days of September, 1861. Any person deiron? of rntering any article for ftiiiipetinn mtwt first become a member of thy society before it enn be entered. tTpon the payment of oue dollar, any per son can IwvoiV! a member of the R. J. A, S, foroneyciir. 5hM ineiiibership will admit all mcniwrs mid their tumihea, unner tl yer of ag during the continuance of the fair. CLASS A—THOROUGHBRED HORSES. Bt atafhon. 4 ynrnM fin:iiin. ! vp'M H rtnliioii. 9 yrmrn old tallKn. I ynroJil ftpriit rtfltn roll v Hmewl maw with foal by ulm 4 yeara old M Filly. 3 year old a - tl 14 I . . -IN ...4 .. .3 ...3 ...rt ...s ...4 ...3 ...o. V.xhiMnrn of Mood Hnrue will lie rtiulred lo do- noil with hs nforry, n miinrimc proigrPB di eicn animal iK-torr or during the &M day of the Fair. f...triir rr 1 JuJc CIiim A. Jtmv ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 August 1861

gtclmattt-Gtotticle. PUBLISHED livery Thurnday Morning, BY C. L. POORMAN. OFF'ICIi.-lVlitisnnir IIhII Kiilldlnu. Taw doors ttltuat of Court llouxu. ' TWliMfti Silifle subscriber, per annum, (II paid within lli y.r) Al J,, ii not paid wiinm tne year." . tt uti Club of Mix, each, (paid in advance,) I nf, Q "No paper discontinued until all arreara'geeare paid, fcleept at lha option of the pulillhcr. Business Cards. A.. 34. W KIM, Attorney at Law, ' MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL. CO. 0. YyilJalteiid to eolleetiiif and securing claim. D. D. T. COWEN. Attorney at Law, ST. CLAIKSVILLE, O. fFFlCB opposite die Lewis House, and over Troll's -v-. store. u , O. S. HOLLOW AY, .A-ttorney at Law, FaUrSIIIlV-B, Bel. Co. O. LORENZO DANFORD, .f TTOMtJVJE 1 .f T L,.I IV. ST. CLAIR8VILLE, O. OFFICE one door Eaat of the Court Homo. fe7 COWEN & HOGE, ' -Attorneys at Law, ST. CLAIKSVILLE, O. f "OFFICE opposite the Lewis House, and over Troll's -vv store. le? Dr. John Alexander, ST. CLAIBSVILLE, OHIO. o FFICE AN...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 August 1861

ST, CLAIRSVILLE; Ttiuradny Mornlnff, Aupruni 15. "A11 totninuiiiraiton tmmled for iiiftert.oii in the papar, or upon butltieM relating to tha office, ationld ha aittraaaao' Belmunt Chronic It. fft. Clairaritla, Ohio." Tln mp with thfil Fin! M It fMi mi the if ! Thmirh 4Mii ft. i her' mm fold in Hip nrrdvc Tbaj had banU thai ecu! ainke. tit tuid aoula Unit eauin uart- N And their miii wen not barn tnh ulnvei. Up! up! with tliMt liainir! wh'rtr it muy f all, Oarmilltoii Mhall raliy in hi ml; A nation of Frriiwi thnl iiinnftit tial full. Whan ii atari shall be frail'tl on the graunil LilJ i- LJi Unconditional Union Ticket. RWrilKSPNTATlVF. WILSON S. KKNNON, of Richland. THEASITRKR, OEOROK C. BETHEL, of Fluking. VHOMBCVTINO ATTORNEY, CHANDLER W. CARROLL, of Uichlnnd. COMMJHHIONKR, JAMES MeGREGOK, of Pultn.-y. cnnnxr.it, JOHN WRIGHT, of Pultney. DIRKTOR OF TIIK INFIRMARY, WILLIAM It AM AO E, of Wheeling. CHANGE OF SENTIMENT. , We have board and road lately from a ertain quarter great dea...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 August 1861

The Chronicle. The Largost Circulation of any papor publisnea in iJeimont uounty. Local Matters. WThore was a large orowd of Union men kt Oluncoe on last Saturday to hear Mr. Trueman's address, which, we aro inform ed, was an excellont and telling appeal for the Union. WuWe aro norry to hear thut Capt Charlesworth has been compelled to send home the flag which was presentod his com pany by the ladies of this place. Wo un derstaud it fudcd out. e."Tho Republican ticket nominated on last Saturday will be found elsewhere. The tidt nominated on last Saturday has but one man on it that voted jor lancoln. J. wo were proteased Democrats ana tne other throe voted tor lieu. Ha tetto of last week. A Republican ticket, and yet only one Republican on it, and five candidates who are opposed to the Republican party ! Good! We are under obligations to the astonishing ly "iciie man" of theGaictte for the above remarkable discovery. ''Who'd athunkit?" Bully for Johnny! tL-A great many of our volunte...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 15 August 1861

Belmont Chronicle. Belmont Chronicle. BRILLIANT ACTION AT SEA! ntTZZAH for our GALLANT TARS! A PIUVATKKR Cl'T TO PlttCESI Thirty-Six Carolinians in Moyamensing Thirty-Six Carolinians in Moyamensing Jail. [From the Philadelphia Press August 8.] Kour months airo three Foiloral ships stood litttlessly upon tho sea, outsiilj of ClinrluMton harbor, nnd tho cr)W.i bohuld with toain ami ettnes a Spnrtun gnrrison of scvonty uion KHrrandoring to hovoii tlionmi 1 rolck Ouewook ago, tha conipirutoM in-Tort Sumter looked out uiioii the n. nnd liehuld forty men ol Uhiirlo-ttiti, in a Kinkiiifr vussol, ui ino merry ot the wove, una tumor the guns of an American liijrtite, about to be curriod to a Northern city uii'lcr tho flax they had insulted. 1'liu parallel in Rood. 1 no pirate ami the patriot. were I'miullv reekluMx; tho riddled casemate of Sumter correspond to the uplintered hulk of the privateer; and in tho end of tho two purtlu.i of prUotiom alono may wo look for tlie dis "iiniliir feature...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 22 August 1861

gclmout;(CIuottulc. JjL'BLIBIIF.O Every Thursday Morning, ' ", nv 0. L. P00RMAN.' OFPICB-MmonU MU llnltdtna. few duur lilMMt of i'uurt Il.ou TttllMMt Binrfla enhierllier, pet annum, (II paid within ihe If mri Dftid withiu the Year Lluh ol Six, Mailt (pft'd In advance,) 1 SI II Ml 1 1 V, " florid prrper riiecotlliniled uittll nfl art' cajpa'are pM, axoepl at Ihe option o( th puhli.her. Business Cards. E. AV Attorney at Law, MARTIN S FERRY, BEL. CO. O. 11,1. attend lo collecting awl ccurlnj elalmi. D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at. Law, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, O. fFFICE oppoelle tba LewUlluuie, aiul over Troll'a X- store. O. S. HOLLOW AY, .Attorney at Law, FLIISIIINU, Bel. to. U. f7 . LORENZO DANFORD, t TTO UaVJE 1 .f T J.f IP, ST. CLAIRSVILLE. O. OFFICE oiia door Eail of Ilia Court Ilouee. Ie7 COWEN & HOGE, Attorneys at Law, o ST. CLAIRSVILLE, O. FFICB oppoaile Ida Lewie ilsuae, and ovar Troll'a Dr. John Alexander, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO. OFFICE AND RESIDENCH ill the Seminary prop erty, Wee! ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 22 August 1861

ST. CLAIKSVILLEi ThurftJar Morn loir, Anf at 33. V" ommertieeilone Intended (or insertion in the paper, a ttpba bueiiieea relating to the office, should be adtraaeed H0NMMrt Caranlala, Bt Clairsville, Otto" IVa p with ihrt Flag-! tet it stream on the air! Thouirh our fsihers' are cold in the rrevrs They had hand thai aoulU strike, they had aoula that eouio urt And their wni were not bam to be slave. l?p! ap! with thai banner! where'er it may cell, Ourraillionaahall rally around; A nation of freemen that inomrinl snail fall, V boa lie Man shall be treti'd ou the ground. Unconditional Union Ticket. BKVRKSKNTATIVE, WILSON 8. KKNW'ON, of RicLIand. TRF.AHURER, OHORGE C. BETHEL, of Fluabiug. PHOflKClTINO ATTORNKY, CHANDLER W. CARROLL, of Kiel Jan J, COMMISSIONER, JAMES McGREGOR, of Pwltney. COROVER JOHN WRIGHT, 'of Pultney. DIRECTOR OP TIIK INFIRMARY, WILLIAM RAMAGE, of Wheoling. THE ISSUE. un we have carefully kroidud in the Chronicle very thing that was calculated to divide the Union me...

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