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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 April 1862

Belmont Chronicle. She Iiftrgont ClrotiUtloo ot at, paper puuiieurju ill joeimoiii uouuiji Belmont Chronicle. Local Matters. aHT8EROIRT JOBR H. TROMPtMHrof ,-Ci, rE. 15th Oliio, -arrival tt Mot "MtBaMrdsynlgM! tie-War wciunaca la the foot by a hell, at the battle of iMttebttrg landing. , .1 . .. , We have fxmverted with Sergeant Thomp- erin, anil learned many interesting faeta abtrat , our boy,, which we intended to give to our " Madera in detail, but the letter of Captain Askew and Lieut. Welsh, which hare, been . furnished as, make it unneoemary to oooupy r m mooh tpaoe a we dewgnedi 1 ' . Bnell'i army had a tare severe nareh ,,ftoia Colombia to Savannah, but the boys bore up under it like heroes. fcwr Joe. '" Bewetaon, footsore, and completely eaheaM- d kom hard marching,' reiuaed to gira np - to much aa to ask Capt Askew for a ticket to ride in an auibulanoe, but pressed on, when he eould scarcely drag one weary foot f. after another, Tee.'e brother (Walter) told " Sergeant Thom...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 24 April 1862

Belmont Chronicle. MR. SHERMAN'S SPEECH. [CONCLUDED.] Crate, whil tli middle men, who watch J lit varying ohsnoo of the contest, now i mmven-. old nolitieiam or oatnolio JJemo- crati, fill the ofWs nd dispense the patron '"' eg. Why, sir, to snxious wis the Ropub- ' linaa narte in annoiliaUl the aonservative on- r- tinMBl of the northern Statos end the Union asntirnent of the Sonlhnrn State, that we hoaeMiitaudard-'.e r rgcnt!eiiiauwho had awt little eiporienee in publio Ufa, who had ariran no eauM of prejudice, who wan him- eif a Kentuckiao by birth, who wan bat two rrani in Oonarrem. who had no teoord , again lavry ; and he, following the Mine policy, naa reviTou many rciiuumnii w uie . nast feneration, and placed them in pnwor ronnrl him. We do not enmDlain of that ' 1 limply introduce it to show that there tiberal, and more gonarous to everybody bat oner wan a traivj iuuiv uoKiri.ifiiM.ruo, ,it own personal and partisan ! nouns, REORGANIZATION OF DEMOCRATIC PARTY. J" What did th...

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 May 1862

o. l. poorman.-.: ;. : toirii'icw-MiiNonic n isitiiiiiii a tai-vr- oour auawa ok uminow tlafle nktaribw, pet ajmura, if paid wlthta yMII.. ....A....l....-ai If u. M.U. art I k 1 H Mi VPU'IIU till of 8i Mich, (paid ill lldTnee,l S Ml We-M.. wna.d'I.Minllnn.d Until !! irlUtUM STO Paid, Ixeepl at tbe oplioa of Ida publlaher. ' WELLS, Attorney at Law, , MARTIN'S F EKRY, BKU CO. ,0 yrbt.M4 to telleed and fwarlnf llwt '. , D. Drf T. OOWEN,' ttctfiiey af Law, l-vf flCB oppota he Lewte rWaoe, ead eref Troire gOWEN & HOGE, iTr'tCH eppoailn Lewie Hon, and o.t Tmll'i W lor. M ! f)r.;i John Alexander, 1?'..CfIjlA.m!aVIt.LB. OHIO. OFFICK AND HKAIDKiNUK la tha Sammary prop ny. W.at and mi town. b? MERCHANT TAILORS, "St. Clalmvllle, OUlo, " loths, Caailmerei k, Yontlngi which (bay will tnxka to ordar in tha n.al.it itjrl. ami on tha caoit raaaonahla tcrma. f.7 rSTXR TALLMAN HENRY TOPPING. i, TALunAtv Jl Torriso, Attorneys & Counselors at Law :.t '." ' AND X9licilrn in Chancery, I : ST. CLA...

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 May 1862

nefaini '4iiinili ,,ea. OLAI.HMV1 lata IS. '4; ' WmiBtT, MAT 0, .see. " iiMiM foe iihotBob In iM ft, 'm "ops HohM Klalin Ml s 0B, ahoald b nit T froa kml'i hop "' , - Ht baadl to valor 1b 1 I. .tar. hair. 111 th. wel-ia Aad ail Utr kaaa were born .'" ITarmr ol fiwt etandard ebeetl Waare kreathea Ike foe fro I f.lle bef,n-e aa, Wl k ITaadoeBa aoU beneath oor foal, VAarioaa'i Hmi atraainlns o el aa! News of the Week. Oee, L. Wallaee'e Division has taken pooMfifoa of Purdy without opposition. The eneroy'a left flank had retted in tbat town, Tha bombardment of Fort Wright con linnet vigorously. An engagement with the Rebel fleei by gunboats wm ejpoeted, and oor flotilla was put in line of battle, but the enemy haa made no demonstrations. The corresncudent of a Cincinnati paper fives the list of the killed, wounded and missing of the National army at Ilttaburg Landinc: as follows: Killed. 1,733; wound d. 7.882 : missing. 5.056. Total loss lHaf.-On.oer Farragnt, who-.sit. oomuiond ' of th...

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 May 1862

Belmont Chronicle. l"he Largost Circulation of any paper published in Belmont County. Local Matters. IMPORTANT NEWS. ' .V Jutt m w are going to pre w losrn ' thM Gon. JdoCUllaa's srmy has tcbluvod " '"' splehtiir! tlctory, It WiHiamnburg, driving the rebel eut from thure, Slid pursuing them vigoroasly to Hiohmond. The Union Iom ii . about 40. That of the rebels very hosvy. The gallant Gen. Rickett it among the kill ed on the Union ride. Gen; Pope hai taken 2,000 rebel prison ere in front of Corinth. " The Bug of the Union waves over the . Custom House at New Orleans. (' . r i ii as Be. i ' '" M tarCoTTon Bekd. Senator Welsh has ' Sent us. a quantity of ootton aeod, for die ' Iributioo among bis constituents. The seed came from Tennessee, ordored by the Qetl eral Government for distribution' hi the Free States. The cotton plant is bointf success fully cultivated in Illinois and Indianai We will take pleasure in distributing the seed to all who wish to try its cultivation. We give the...

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 May 1862

Belmont Chronicle. Emancipation Question in Missouri. [From the Missouri Democrat.] T Yh BBMAratod Charles James .flwystrbt,- ftd always postponing im partuUt erotlitors to soma mora convenient eawn. On one occasion s party or dun, who taftiot wosriod out with the constant; ly recurring answer ."some other day, ..Mil t i.itm definite PT day, and sooordingly made their reasonable request to tha apaixithria atataxma that bs should nana twm time for them toeall and get their "monish." "Name the day' was the de mand. "Gentlemeif," said the dilatory . . . . . .L. J - I 1 .. . (I debtor, J. name mo aaj vt vuukiusui "But that may be a bvusy day for all of us, aid the spokesmen. - "Well, then," mioined Fo, "suppose we ay the dt)ffUtneng. '' In dincmwioa the mioKticm or emancipa ting Missouri front slavery,' we meet not s ahn im nuiia mil) tn nav that ' slav ery Is an impediment to the prosperity of the state , mat its removal wouia vamu m vlulaWboneat: that the institution in Missonri must ...

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 May 1862

PUBUBH1CU entry Tlturtday .Horning, Br t 0. L. P00RMAN. ) VTTWOliJ-MniMinlc Mll Hull lew utun Jiiiuit q1' Cuui'l Biatla lubecrlliar, per auiitua, )ll PM Wl'M" A , I'M) I It "' P"" "ilklliUie yeaf 1 1 Cliiaol Six. uck, Ipxil iuiwi)-";"V"" SI Hi Ml 1 i ILMo paper dlHCtfnthwrcl mail till arrearages are paid, . eto.pt a Um option at Ula pdnUeher. gdmont (ClitouicU. MX. (JLAlHUVILLKi . ..vfitikaoAY, mat is, naa. FROM THE 43D REGIMENT. Editorial Correspondence of the Belmont Chronicle. CAMP 14 MILES FROM CORINTH, MISSISSIPPI, April 30, 1862. t Whatever may be the effect of the re moval of the Army of the Mississippi from before Fort Pillow to thia point npori the Consummation of the ' great Object, the brualiiog out of the" rebellion, it has certain ly rileal in placing ni in a much more comfortable part of the country, witfi'far Jew of the' disagreeable surroundings of swamps and musketoes than we ocoupiod u the Mississippi. Since our arrival here we have had very pleasant weathor, with ...

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 May 1862

IJilmont "(CfcrotticU. .. U'V. fliAIUMVIIiLKl TMVRSDAV, MAY IS. 16. ' .All (mmmnlcallWM liiMHdod tat tnatnion III tlx paper, lf ape kllKl Mating to Um olHea, Honld (x IJUmll Prhin.riroml. Hi rlainville, Okiv.1 riaf f fit fro haarfa onr "t horn.'. mf anoi linn to ! . -- Tkr ran lit tha walkia soma. And all inf fcnaa wera ootn ill ha.van. a"orerar ioal t-t atandard ahaat! Waara kraaikaa tba (o bo I talla b.f.ra oa, Wl k rraadom'a aoll banaalb oar fiat. And rraadom'a bannar atraamlni o ar oa! News of the Week. Hon. Samuel F. Viuton, formerly mem let of CongroH from this Slate, nnd one of the CouiuiismoriorB of District Eiuancipa tinn, is dead. - Accoidiug to lust advices from Newborn, Geo. Burnsido bad designed and had build ing a "railroad Monitor," in other word, a locomotive covered with an iron-plated iramo work, and carrying two guns one at each end to be uttcd on the railroad iu the diroo . tion of Uoldsboro. Com. IVragut and the bravo oiGocrs and men who ijharcd with him the dan...

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 May 1862

Belmont Chronicle. The Larseit CirouUtlon of any papar published in Ualinout Oounty. Local Matters. MTLieut. !W Oarrett, of Captain 9uiltU'Mminy TTmi RdgimentJWla In tbwn tart waak. Owing to tho lokh- of Capt Smith, Lieut. Garratl wm In com Mind of bit oooipany M that torrible Sun Lty wavra ucur army wa ahrptlned at Titt barg landing. , Lieut, Garrett got peroi'w - tion of hia Culouel to lolly ' a body of men am) lota another Eeuiment, and, with a moakat in hi hand, fought the terrible odd k'ia were opposed to oar force.' stoutly and LeroieaTy anti) he' wa "onded. What trer may b4 idf the conduct of the 77th Regime (and it M bow generally conceded atrll.l lh Berlmoni oouutv noed never Uiuk Cr the oonduot of her bouh in that Regiment. Co. K went into the fight with let than nixty men. Of theae, iieven were killedi oleren Woumled, and twelve taken prisoner, making a total of thirty or km thai half the men engaged. First LienL OarrettTdetaneye, and Second Lieut. Cristwoll was taken pri...

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 May 1862

Belmont Chronicle. FROM THE 15TH REGIMENT. Correspondence of the Belmont Chronicle. FIELD OF SHILOH, TENN., April 30, 1862. Prar CnnoNfcl.t: Sine my last letter titer has bean no changa in ths atata or condition of the 15th Ohio, mit that thrij, together with a great manjr other good ' and loyal soldier, not having the fear of Beaure gard or the Dovil before their tyea, but be ing instigated by Gon. Buell and a ainoere desire to rid the good old aetata of Uncle ftamnel of the aforewiid Beauregard, and thereby curtail the influence of the devil in and upon said extate, did on yosterday, be ing the 29th of April, advance their camps two aad one-half miles toward Corinth. We are now said to be within twelve niileo of Corinth. What force the enemy have there I am wholly unublo to any. Their picket lines give way as wo advance, with out any show of re.itunce ; and on Thurs day last a heavy roconnuitering party from our army went out and drove two of their Regiments in from their advance ...

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 May 1862

flBLIHHKb Cvery 1 Ji Thursday , Morning, OFMOK-M Hminiiir Hall llutldlns). fw cuiui-a uul ui vuiui uuuh. wale rukMrluef, per annam. Ul nMlcilklt l . yearf,,, l . II not paid within the ye,.... 4 OU Cl! ClI.WUllttlHlM kimill, r.n.,... I HA - tTyNopepardhieonilmied until all arrearagea are paid ire.pl u the option of lha publi.her. Business Cards. "Attorney at Law, MARTIN'8 FERRY, BEL.' CO. 0. 'T attend celiac tlnr and i curing aleJnie. 7-wD. ' D. . T. COWEN, . Attorney, at rLaw,- ST.'fcLAtRSVlLLEj 0f " fjyl'oppdiha at LewU Hc'ule, and yrer Tfojl'e COWEN HOGE, Ajtorrieya ,atl Xaw BTI-CtJAIliaVM-LM. O. .'. -.',, fVFICK opixnlta tha LewH Hbuae, and btarTroll'a ' Dr. John Alexander, Wa'.-OLiAlrtsSVlLL.M OH IO. fy F1CR AND ni:Sll)-.NCB in the eh.uiiua.ry I!" if. yi Wal WnJ oCloiriV ' ., i . rv ToJ j MERCHANT TAILORS, : St. ClalrsTllle, Ohio, HAVK'ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF S JlOthi, Caaalmerea A Vest Intra wliioh they will make to order in tita tiaataat lyle and oti tmm inu.i ,cBuuui,ie...

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 May 1862

.aX. CL.AIHSVILl.Kl M -1 1 H- ' - SAU wmumuIom Intended foe liteenloa la te wwtuhw telattnbeeefaea,ekoJdka aMmal im Okremele. at, ClaicsvHIe, Oaks. raw mtn .! . B kaode wit i - Ti7 a " ik weiata . Aad ill tar knea were bora m besve. .forever Boat tiat etaodard I WUn kmikM the to bat fain befors ms, ' Wlk rreedora'e tell beaeatk oar feet, t i mtlw'i turn unimUii ' ul News of the Week. A Everybody will rejoice that there is now a orosnect of an exohange being effected bo tween the gallant Col. Corcoran, of the New York 69th, who has been prisoner since the battle of Bull Bun, and a rebel officer of tha same rank. Isaac Newton, at present connected with tha agricultural branch of the Patent Office, has been nominated by the President to the position of Minister of Agriculture, under the reeentlv Bassed act A meeting waa held in Hannibal, Mo., on 8aturday evening last, which was attended by the most influential citiscna of the place, including many slaveholders. Strong reso lutions in f...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 22 May 1862

Belmont Chronicle. The Largest Olroulation of any paper Local Matters. MT-SkiZUKB Or CnMTBABAN Boon. Far several day " 8,l,i,n Hough has been ddlih troasonabl hook about the city called Pnlpit folium. Tba other day lot of tbeM books rnred at the KxnrM) offir and "ere ati mO trabami bf the Proves! Marshall. This Hough, it will U remeajbarea m arrtd iu Ciooimwti several months ft Ibr Wter-in-and pvblinhina editioulaiiguBM. H nub ixhed a nanar at that tima which was aaiiad and laipended. At the trial of the Kjiv. nntlmn. a letter waa found anion hie papers from Judge Thompson of this dry wruieD someming arier mi sirs u "itatAmn aI tha Taflnirj." . Major Danr yesterday gave ITough hia books upon oondition that he would to out oi meoiaia wun nm ireasunsure wwu " atay oot ori. Wheeling Int, Saturday. . Thia ohap ha been paddling hU treason round our 'town for several days. . And, what ia remarkable, he knowa just exactly who to goto to (tell hit book. Pity we hadn't aome Major Darr here t...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 22 May 1862

Belmont Chronicle. M, Wadc'i Speech, Concluded. of baflle, anrl nil brought ' about by this alinmrv. iJiniv traitor. Thorn lira llliMI who would (jot up afterwarrliin this Soiiafe, and. with tears in their eyes, I'leau me causo im Jit-it snch a wrotch as tint who, with all 'he evidence of guilt upon liim. was rent off for little while to soinrn in one of our torn floatiorw, and call it inquisitorial, tyrannical, flattlh Kir, the man that roaVca use of (lie-e Tffuinento noeil not toll mo ho in loyal. I tail rou die duncvr to our in.timlioim is not ao (rreat from traitor in the fiulrl with arms in their hand an it is from the niinble tongueti, alipitery h.vpnciit wlio in forth apologising lor them, biun linif evorvenT jtetio measure ol tha AdiimiKtmiion ax nrrannical and wronir, and entivtvnritiir. to deceive the' people and tir thorn up to hostility affainst this wiw. thi Inst, this most uiorloruta Administration. I do not hxli.tva ili noonla are soinir to be deceived by it. 1 do not...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 29 May 1862

.grltwnt Cluouiclt. . PUBt.uslIEr , , , ' Every TIturuday Morning) Br O.'L. POQRMAN. i ' UwttriUIMiixnnlf ITnU tl.HlrJlHjtV a few tlvot-a Kml Of C'uurl liukuw. 4ala auha, rlher. iMr annum, ill laud within I ha lli -l Hi k paid WilhUI ttM IHt S W Clubol 04a, oach, (paid in advance,) 1 SO flNo paper ulaevulitiued until all arrearaf Ware paid, tleeat at Um opuoa H tte pabUeher. ,,, Business Cards. A.. E. WELLS, Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL. CO. 0. ll.f. attend M olleettuf aud eeeorinf eleima. 107 D.,.D.,T COWEN, "Attorney at Law, ST; CLAIRSVILLE, O. - HfflCK oppoilia bt Lewi. Heoao, a4 Mat Troll'a ur Btoro. "V.. " Dr.' ttohii Alexander." bX. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO. OFFICR AND RF.SJDF.KCE in tht Seminary Prop orty. Waal and of lawn. - fa . erijvt sr jwmgjle, MERCHANT TAILORS, , . . St. Cltaii'.vllle, OUlo, W, " ... . t'lottit, Caailuierei ic Tenting yhfeh thy will .nuke lo order in liiauaiMlstri om MM MTU TALtMAN ....HRNRY TOPPING. '..-, TALUK AX it TOPPING, , Attorneys & Counsel...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 29 May 1862

8 elo'aitt:(Bfc'0nUIf? MX. CLAiniiviLLKl mCMDAT, MAT 0, - names Mid the " VAlt hmmwIm hMwM Iw Ineertioei In tl paper, ee iihhi Mmn ralatinf lb the oHle, shoaM I i lb)wone Ohronlele. Cletrwlle, Ohio.-' at mottsly hill i .1 J .... . m. r aw e.rt'e i . ! .n . ,iT,B tv. and ed. two 2d. borne our were, were the aide. News of the Week. Thomas Swain, formerly Mayor of Bal iimon. and one of the most influential men of Maryland, has declared, it is ssid, io favor of Mr. Lincoln'! emancipation policy. A battle and rout of the Rebels occurred on Friday at Lowisbarg, Va. (Fremont's Denarment ) Col. Crooks' brigade wa at- tmektA bv 3.000 Rebels under- Oerr. Heath, the chivalry nea, tion . the in I ! . lint after a sham fieht leaving four cannon. 200 starld'of arms, and I ....... t.i 100 prisoners. Our loss was iu itmea anu 40 wounded. Major-OeO. Fremont prompt ly thanked tW troop undo Col. Crook- fur their fallant behavfoK Prom Arkansas we loam, through. Rebel papers, that a considerable Union f...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 29 May 1862

Belmont Chronicle. The Largest Circulation of any paper puDiisnea in uttimoni uounty. Local Matters. WA Fact that nobodt will Dts n.e. i . . j-vts. iaa vHHONirtl contains more " reading nutter thin any paper nuMixhed in this rt of the State. AW m the time to tubtcriL-s. We eh engaged in the greatent war of modern times, and no person nhould be without a live newnpoper ; beridea, we art oo the eve of to important campaign the kecesnion sympathisers of this county will use every means in their power todufeot the Uuion men at the polls, while they cheer on tne arnnos- ot lieaureeard and Johnston and Lee, to dofuat our Union soldiers in the field. ' Aboum! Union Mkn or Bel mont Cocntt, and defeat their hellish iuachioat'iona. They are fieoding the eonn ty With their papers, 6 lied with the treuson ot Vallandigham Oo See to It, that your neighbor i not misled by them. Let eiy One of them bar. an antidote In the akaps f a Chronicle' Terms fur single aabsoriber, only tl fiO per year. .-. W...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 29 May 1862

Belmont Chronicle. State of Affairs in Kentucky. Plain Words by a Union Man. [Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette.] CARLISLE, KY., May 19. i rebellion ha dona, mora damage to tna negro property of kuntuolty than th Abolitionists hava aver iluno. or could do in a hundred year. At the bcninniu of the rebellion, o. 1 Jino'ls were worth trout tVMJ to SlttK). and No. 1 women from :m to $1200. A few, day ago. trader told ma that ho mw (bur No. 1 bunds rail liar aleven hundmd dollar for tho lot. ' SnV three-fourth of their valuo loat in a little mora than year. Four thousand dollars is the tax laid on that seller in thiit. one transaction by his Southern Hights friends. At the titno they eoiiiinencod to "make a spoon or spoil a horn," we had the uioM stringent laws. We field them by the se vere State laws, backed by L'uiteJ Status laws, that were framu'1 ana dictated ty me tSoutb, bat not content with all thia the plaveocracy must have slave laws over ter ritory where slate never did ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 June 1862

. gtliu'ont (thwnitle. l'UDUHUEU ' JSi-erf Thurmlay Jlomlng, HV 0. L. P00RMAN. OiriolCMU-Miic Ilrtll fttiilMltin, mCmw iloui IUmmI if 'ottrt lluunu ' TKJIMMi Htnyl tuh-tcrilter pet aumii. (If paid within th -.--. ..... t Ml H nsMpara wlikmihyenr tt U) Club of Hi, eh, paid midvuicf,) - 1 U6 UTNo pr WeniHi4 iiiWl aH rrvftrt-gw u pud, Business Cards. A. E. WELLS, ; Attorney at Law, . MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL. CO. O. y?LIuMl to oellcsttuf and teeuriiitf oltiin. 'D. JX T. CO WEN, Attorney at Law, ST. CLAJBeVlLLE, 0. OTTtfi 6rtKft he Lewi. Heeiae, and oret Troll' . Slofe. 1.7 Dr. John Alexander, OmOB AND BWIUF.NCK ill Ibe BunliiWT prop ane, Wealeud of town. ftj MERCHANT TAILORS, , St. Clalravllte, Ohio, - tTlVK nvuivtt a fin i luiu'i-ui'iL'fi 11. OF " ' ClotaWCaaaliucreafc reatlnn M letiteh thr& will milk to order in Ilia iiaaleet atrlt anil on ib. meet sbaaoneble rerme. f7 peter tallxan henry topping. TALK. MAN 41. TOPlHNCe, Attorneys & Counselors at Law AND Solicitors In Chanter jf. ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 June 1862

gfelmout Chronicle, THIKSUU, J I Kit S, !. by thcra ' the ,'AU eMMUiucatlone inlciidVJ fur limrlion ia the Bvper. m upon knriiKM relating M the om. ahmild La addleaoed "llelmimil'lirninrle !' flalr.ville, Ohio." ni r ,ild. ".' m anna moob h .. -- TkT aura aave lit Ike welkia dome, Awl oil fcy Iweaowere bora aorta. ?aaixWi ... Wt b rrMden i soil b-V-ath on ft, to will the of all to are FROM THE 43d REGIMENT. Editorial Correspondence of the Belmont Chronicle. CAMP AT FARMINGTON, MISS., 31 miles East of Corinth, May 24th, 1862. The term, "AU is quiet before Corinth," bid fair to become, for time at least, of at m moral in th letters and despatches that are daily aent by steamer from "Hamlmrg,' f xi "I'ittaburg," an wai during last sum mer and winter, the cnrse-engonderiiig ex pression, so often reiterated in despatches from Washington, that "all ia quiet on tbe Potomac" . vYberi. four weeks ago, Oen. rope's "Army of the Mississippi," landud at Ham burgh, where they bad been preecdoJ ni...

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