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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 June 1862

Belmont Chronicle. The Largest Circulation of any paper v published in llolmont county Local Matters. SrWuoLraALB ARiir.sTS or WHEEL- US SUCKS!!. Provdut MsvreliaJ Msjbr Darr having all the 8uouh at Wheeling ' refute to tuke the oath to support the Con tt:.j n... A si.. Tf.. ta tviwuvii vi .tier aitiMivt IIIU IUI a,o ttored Government of Virginia, arrested J SntT confined in the Athcneum or Jail Whet ling. Prominent among the number now Id limbo are El Judge Thompson, William Ooihorn, and Dr. Alfred Hughe. A. J. Pannell, Thomas Hughes, and others, took the oatha, and were released from cus tody. The Intelligencer, of Tuesday morn togi ' sT st many of the Sc'fcestti teeing there u no way to evade the wily I'rnvost Harxhal, are Voluntarily ooming forward and aubaoribing to the osthsi Usaa i at teThe Editor of the Garotte copies an Article In his Editorial columns from some exchange, which he thinks "will apply to 6thers counties, ' which says. "The asser tion that 'we have not a word ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 June 1862

Belmont Chronicle. BANKS' RETREAT. Incidents and Particulars. The only Full Account Published [From the Correspondence of the N. Y. World.] HAGERSTOWN, Md., May 26. The nudlcn descent of the anemy's forces, though rVally a surprise, M not by my UHMins altogether uiwxpnctcil, J-.wcJI had hecn well known to have hw rump (till located npon the Hlipiiainloiiri, lit J-.lk nun. Jackson was mn known tn be in tin ralW, npon l road commniiirntirif; di rectly "ith our own posit ma, and .lohnMin nuf ii l-o near by, hnvinc but luloly nllavked tlio advance guard of (ii.'iirnil Fremont. Situated an thc. frmvs wore in relation lo pur position, it seemed more than likclylhat ru should i ansailed by ilioin, weakened n w were by I tie untimely withdrawal of lien. Fremont. Many were in eoti.itant expecta tion of attack, audit leqiiirv but the aliglit "t iutulliwnce to perceive that tlio column id "en. Uanka was desionitely exposed. When, therefore, the 1st Murvluiid. Ktn- tionod at the head of the Way...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 June 1862

gtluwat (Clivonidt. ruBLiaiiit) Lverti Thursday Morning, ' -Bv- -:aL.P00RMAN. bPFICIC-Mn.m.li1 Mali ItotldlitK, lw d.MMhs ii oi' Couri liUHb linelt taaMrJbar, set animai, (il paid wtiblti tht rwi si so If mi paid wllaiiilke year t.i:.... t UU Unk ol Hi, oaek, (pud liiadranca.l... ' 1 Su !C7"No pnper dinoontlnutd nntll nil nrrtaraget are paid, at IB. opuVH VI I IK puVIIPIMf. Business Cards. A.. E. WELLS, " Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL CO; 0. yril J.atloud oollaoanf and marina, tlaliaa. -D. D. T. COWEN, 0 Attorney at Law, St. CLAIRSVILLE, 0. f)f fiCB owetUa Im Uwu IUum, aad OYU.Tm.Pt ,w wmm.. ,er Dr. John Alexander. 1X. OI.iA.IItHVILL.lC, OIHO. . OfriCR AND RBSlllKNCE iu tht Seminary prop trie. Wen ml of town. fc" MERCHANT TAILORS, St. Clulrsville, Ohio, HAVK ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT C'lotbs, Cassl merei A. Testln&sji whit they will make to order in tiie nealetl stylo awt on Iko 1BQ41 reaMuaalt term., fe? PETER T ALLS AN... .. HKNBY TOPPmO. j TAUJIAN TOPPING, . Attorneys ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 June 1862

, T. CLAtHNVILIiKl . ' THi fi"Dv7VlK it, nea. li . L . ' ."All etaaMfantrelUMte intended tar Ineeruo m the flfll. m fcwMaeae relating M lb. oniee, eHoald h Bnoiil rtifanlelf. Ht Cteifarille. Ohio.11 aeMreaeol ' tlf ef the free keart' hope and home.! Br anfel kande to aalor gieen ! Tar atara hare III the wnlkla doma, And all Ibf kaaa vara born in heaven. Fere.er float tnat etandard ahaat t Where braatkaa tha foe but (alia bafura as, Wl.k I'titdon aoll bonaatb our feet, Am4 rraadom'a banner atraamlsg a'ar oal FROM THE 43d REGIMENT Editorial Correspondence of the Belmont Chronicle. ONE MILE EAST OF CORINTH, May 30th, 1862. f Corinth, as you have before this learned by telegraph, is in our possession. 1 have just returned from the town, which is filled with our troops. Whilst there I learned from the fnmile that are still there (five in num ber) tha following facts : , The enemy commenced evacuating on the 36th, and eooiplotod on this morning at 6 o'clock. He took off his guns ami part ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 June 1862

Belmont Chronicle. V ' T - The IiapgoitTcIroiilfttlon of any papor publwlxed 111 BolmoutJJounty. Belmont Chronicle. Local Matters. The Union Convention. Tlio adrigiplptopieeti'ilTlii VN,?M CoNVr.vili'N wiiiuh assembled in this city on the 5th of September last, call upon "all xul eitiaciis who aie in favor of the main tainaoee of the Government, and of the vig Ayniiaftnilnnntitined nrosocution of the war iwiar carried on for the suppression of the rebellion against the (Jivernmentf" ai ftih to nioet and appoint delegates to a Union Convention to he held iu this city, on Thursday, the 21st day of Augitt nit, for the nomination of candidates tor the fbl ii.winff nfliees: judge of the Supreme Court; Secretary M Mu ! Aitiimuv OfliiArnl ; School Com mission" ; One member of the Board of Pablia Work. '' Belmont is entitled to aix dolegates. UEd.' Citnof). We" reoommenJ that'tfie delegates do slihaMa lis annvantions in the several cons- ties, to be .htld on Saturday, the 16th of August) ',...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 June 1862

Belmont Chronicle. The Great Battle Before Richmond. Full Particulars—The Attack on Gen. [...] Position—Gallant Bayonet Charge —The Rebels Driven Back Like Sheep— Desperate Nature of the Fighting—The Great Victory of Our Forces on Sunday. [Correspondence of the New York Times.] FIELD OF BATTLE BEFORE Sunday, A. M., June 1, 1862. A battle at put (n tha nst tint rubol boas' a as to what thov would 1 with Gen. MoClollan'tarmy when they shodldpfltit beyond the protection-of the gunboats, i nougn tue advantage oi a sudden movement, if in. the wcalfc.it point in our lino,- nve the enemy temporary uwes, the final result has not bwn such a to afford encourngiinieM totlioir aisnearren ed arid demoralized troops, or occasion any fears aa to out uiliuiatu possession of the ru twl rapitol. Th. stuck commenced shortly after one o'clock on Saturday, on the MX wing ot the army, on the further or soii'h aide of the Cbirkahoiuiny, where the advance position wai held by the division of Gen. Casey, ti...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 June 1862

Every Thurtdag JUemlng) BT C. L. POORMAN. OrPlCK-MKOIhtr Hall InlltOMB. a, Caw oVortra luial of tJourt Aluuao. iirlflaOatoHkda, enar, (H pttt WI IM react.. ll m said erHtdn die Club of His. mt, IBeld "'""J aa4a i m to I as It y No eauar dWentlrreed end! Ml unMlH n p 4leep.l l the option of Ik aubliaaee. . Business Cards. "Attbrnoiy,. at .Law ; MAftTI$ f ERt; BEL tO. 0. , to; It.l. attend Is eoUedn and eecuriut alaima. "" D, ' D. T,i 00 WEN, Attorney. at;Law, ;B twost I. to Uswls Haass, U4 ova? Trail, ADri-John Alexander, ST. tHAlHHVILLK, OHIO. tmcKi AND awinENCB la ito Somnary r any. Weet ens or town. . , - (7 MMMJTT S" JWMGE.E. MERCHANT TAILORS, St. Cluirevslle, Ohio, tTAV ON HAITO A WILL ASSORTMENT 11 OF , Clattea, OuUmeri ft, Tertian Mi wl.lakeSerwill neake tnoiwM lallHasaiaeieiylo S'juoa tlx Mat MaaoimDM wrote. ?nVK tMW HEMRT TOPPtMQ. Attorneys & Counselors at Law ' .--. AND . 'JUllcitor in Chancery, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, O. QFITlCB fere Seen East olti Caw Hoese. , OH.-0. THOMAS,...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 June 1862

gttmant. CDhtoniclc. xz '" IV-.1.--'-' L':-r-- OT CbAlllWVU.LKi ", an eotoraauureuviir litcudeJ for Inirnion In Hit- mmc m Mil kwlMM relntinir to th office. ehouM l Mm rbmnlole. Kc rieirevuie, Ohio." riM oS bW ha Wr kxM hWM.! , Mf! bae M Ui in ! ,y .. . .. ' Ttv eb ,n w'"lln 'o"1"' 4 all iky httt ajar bora horvea. -Ninl .ttt atamJard ' ' Wlffl brstbo th fee bat lU befero tee, Wf rrl Mil . our feel. ater nam' batuwr Mrobsalu ' News of the Week. TM Mi'ouri Stat Contention, p- cd an .ordiiiaucM prohilill4n(r rebel from voting qt b'4'lyi office InT'it Htate.Aj, AJtuViwiivlIavaiia-cniifiim the reoent rapntt of the defeat of The yruhch in Mrtl eo. .They lost 500 killed anil 700 prisoners. The Utter were rela.d by their captyn, whoVould not apare food enotigh for tbom. Tbe yt exicana are busily engaged in fbrtiT in tbeir oapiMl Z : . : : , L : ; trg quantiiiaa of co'ton, auirarand mo latteii ifi oomina up tberivyr from. Mem A report from Charleston state that rcoelp'tra , apposed to have '...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 June 1862

Belmont Chronicle. rU Largest Circulation of any paper puDusnea in ueimom uoumy Local Matters. MrA HtxvasKn Union Patso from m UottH His xpeiiikncb is Rebel PrisoX8.W bad call yeterdy from Mr. William Luy, eitiien ot thi county, of Company D, 13th Ohio Regiment, Col. V. 8. .Smith, who has just returned from the South, having been released by the reb els. Mr. Loy Is a very shrewd and intelli gent young man, and gav us many interest ing details of hi eiperience in rebel" prison. MV.'Lov, and Ihree others, from Com pany C, of the ISth, were rent out a scout and-ipMee by Col. Smith, and were captured near. Fkad's oarap, en Elkwater, oo the 6ih of SeptooiUr,. 18G1. They wer token Into Fklyd'f camp two days afterwards, on the'gih ol SaptepV'te - They were al takea before Oon. Floyd, and eaeetiotted by that offioer. They 'told "htm they were from TylertJoontjr, V, that they' were driven off fiont there, end were seeking protection, and thea viV real Seoesh tyla, wnlog in Something ahoui As...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 19 June 1862

Belmont Chronicle. CORRESPONDENCE. Brother Gressinger. It b aot tcctnit wc hare particular love for you, personally, or that we feel toward yon, twrsormlly, anyUiihs; unbrotherly, that we aiilrnta you aa we do, and the pitbliu through yon. Thorn are far higher cnnaidfiraliuns than your individual importance; and mine, or than yonr miserable pJiiicil jiarli, or any other political party, which, we trust, have induced an to trouble iho publio with our paiun reflttrtion. J ' The truth and the rt)ilit- the prdiciploa of nnchanginit justice the' cause of our country, in thi tvuible vmu which a -Iimt (awl La brnught upon fr our "ins -these have a claim upon the Christina and the patriot; and ho who now holds back, or aid and comfort traitors in amis, Justly Incurs the curse of God, who ninkes patriotism a Chrixtiaa duly, and denounce diminution upon thorn who resist his ordinance of civil Government r " I' L'ndef ctrenmstanco somewhat similar to our own, God once said "Curse yo Maioi ours...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 June 1862

gclmont ChrouicU. " . ' ! PUBLISHED Every Thursday Morning, 0. L. POORMAN. , . few Moor KMtorCourt Uuuiw. - TKHMHl Sinai Mtertkat, pet eimaea, (If paid within th ya... II Ml paid within the yenf. Club ol six. r.k, (paid In advene,) SI en W 1 a (CTNo MP" dlaeondnund until all imMl an paid, loepl w the option oi tn puhliakar. . Business Cards. , E. WKLL8, .Attorney at Law, , MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL CO. 0." Yyil.r.mn4 w xrlleednf an maring I alma. , -D. D. T. pOWEN, : . Attorney at Law, ' ST. CLAlRSVILlj; 0. OpncK meoeii he UwU Kwn, no evar 7W 8ra. ' ' - T " - Dr. John Alexander, feT. CLAIIISVILLK, OHIO. OPPfCK AND mKflCENCK la Ik. rty. Weal eud of town. MERCHANT TAILORS, St. Clalrsvllle, Okie, - JJAVK p HAND A TVI4t 880TMBNT Clotbs, Casslnieres TeetlMgs j which the? will make to order ia Dm mini atyl and on si PZTZR TALLMAN HENRY TOPPINO. TALLNAH At TOPPINO, Attorneys & Counselors at Law AND Motieitort in Chancery, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, 0. OPP1CB two noon EMI of Ik Court Haae. let DR. O. 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. — 26 June 1862

"ffblfAj ti J1. !,"" J.-AII corrMrantraia-aa Intended l" linertioa ia net aWrearee IWSwim Climmele. t i'lairietlla, !! . r" '''''' V IT.. ef the Cre. heart-' hope end home.! r aetfel io fi' ' T. aun lave U Ik velaia dame, ; And all ear eoee were barn m taatft a. , , Yorevel 4 oat ti.at elandar ehaett WMM kraaiaaa laa tea bat Cilia bafota M, ;i With freed aia'e aoll Beneath ear feel, , , , f -J rreedora'e baouai etieemlnr, o er ua ! a fi V - t News of the Week. te'uianclpstiou Ccoveetton , of UJi- Mua t HI in eeseion at. Jefferson City -There were on hundred and sixty-five dele sto'ptciient the first day the Convention toot. Tb speaking bofore the Convention hMkil bee ol pavtriotio character. Much gratitude hsa been eapross-d Cor the aid tfc.t has befit tendered the State by the Qeneral Qoyernment and Piesidunt Liu- auU Ium been complimented as never any goctthern Chief Magistrate ban been before kirk. ;TDey speaK ot turn as max groai and aood man:' Vtbe. President whose MriM will li...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 June 1862

Belmont Chronicle. ThaLnrftost Circtilntton of any pRpw published in Belmont County. Belmont Chronicle. Local Matters. r"We hope TitK Chronicxk hm dis rovered arbirh-ajdevl'eptsia Chariest urlh fuvHfht upon." Z, ws.ty .. 1 Of ooorM do newspaper Id the United States or any where clue oould give publicity to moh ao iiifainoua. eowardly pare- niph aa the above, but' the Sw Clairaville 0 aetfe. '' " ''..'. Ilie altogether mnecesnarr for tta to tell this mendacious libeler that The Chron Iolb never asked any such question, for be knows it as wall as ha. knows he denounced Johny Beaton and the other "Secashera", of ' . I . n . inis county last, summer, ana men turned around, shook eiand with them, and is now trying to. "out' Hated Herod'! la upholding theft inftttiou eouree. 'The article In ques- tiew wat writ tea by -a- eoriaspcndent, . aetilleuiaywhp yea fWfoweibhi for anything M abiB, and rfboaa naoiel CapL Charles worth C9uldtav hdt any time by calling UpOtLUJI . ,.l,,., ., .' We.re.f...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 June 1862

ViUflMiyM X-'IBT, ' WlYll THR NMRs'or THR AWARDING COMMITTEES, FOR THR w-'i" T THIRD FAIR or tin Belmont Independent Agri cultural Society j. To b hfM at BGt.MOXT n 1 he 16tli, lTlh anrtlSlh days ., r Scpleiuber, 18S. , CLASS A. " 1ft 2l. flexl stallion tf iwy age or breti f fft. fVmmfrfr-Uupdoittnff, Mt. JTtasant; Rcece Thomas, Hcllaire lr. Hoover, JUrmwtillo: lr. Voorhie, Flushing; Ja. Creole. CLASS B.—HORSES FOR ALL WORK. Best aUllinD, 4 years oM and up $3 $0 do . do 3 do do do 6 4 do do 2 do do do 4 . do """do 1 do do do 3 2 do uprlnx hone dolt... do gelding 4 year old or more , do do 3 lo do do ...... 3 do ' do 2 do do do 2 1 do" d 1 do do do 2 1 do brood mare with foal by nor nide. 4 yar old . S 4 Bert filly, 8 year old 4 3 do do 2 do do 3 2 do do 1 do do 2 . 1 do tpring mare eoalt 2 1 do pair bones or ware. ft 3 Kntranre fee I. Committre Daniel Hollowsy, Flushing; Chas. Bnley, 8omerton ; Fainuel Mooney, Woodufield ; WiHiaio Wilkinson, Lewi, Mills ; Wm. Eaton, Mnrrixtowa. . CL...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 July 1862

Every Thurtdajf Morning, 0. L.P00RMAN. A faw Soon IUM of CJoHt-t ilouou. Sana; U) wbMllbw. ft eanara, M paid within the . i Clue el Mix, auk, (paid In advance,!1 I. 41 IV I Ml 1 IB ItTNn oeoeTuiKOnllriued mill all vnuuM at MM, eaaepl at th opllon o( lUe publUaer. Business Cards. A.. E. "WELLS, ? Attorney at Law, .MARTIN'S EERRY, BEL. CO. O. ynXMMat wUMdiif and eeeurlns olelau. ,.. D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, , ST. CLAIBSVILLE, 0. OFFICII oopoeite ho Ltml tleuee, aad vnt Troll'. Btore . . in h Dr. John Alexander . 1ST.' CLA.111HVIL.L.K. OHIO. rT!CB AND RKSIUKNCn in e haauiary woe- V arty, WmkiiI or lawn. re MERCHANT TAILORS, St. Clalrsvllle, Ohio, JJAVK ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT.- Vlothi, Caaalmerea A. VetlnsfJ wkloh th.y will make to order in ih.ueel.it ityle ewd on to. mut rMNtKbi trriM. t.7 PETS TAIXMAN HF.NRY TOPPING. TaLLMAN fc TOPPING, Attorneys & Counselors at Law AND Solicitor in Chancery, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, O. OFFICB two don Eut of the Coon Howe. M . DR. O. THOMAS," D...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 July 1862

I L.L.JbUt tlll'ltXOAY, JILV men. Mf i CL A. I KM V '.All aonununireliona Inlondrd lot liiteruoti In the art, at apo bninee relating w Hit tntlcs, shoulil be MniMt aVInwni Cbeunine. St. Clainmlhl, Ukw.H nf mt the frea heart' hop aoa hen.! rty engel neuae TO tuu given : Thy Mail hara lit tha welkin dome. And all thy bnea wars born m haavtu. Forever float that etaudard abaot Where braathaa tha foa but fall before as, Wi.ta rreadoaa'a aoll bonaath otrr foal, Aa Freedom's banoer atieaming aar as 1 1'nlon 8tul Convention at Co lunibuM, Thursday, August Slat, 1W64. . News of the Week. We give tit our columns th'n wvjek full particulars of (he severe buttle fought be tween Ocn. rVtcr's Corpt of the Union army and (he division of Jackson and EwcU, before Richmond, on last Friday morning. The roluds fought with a great deal of obstinacy, tint cotrld not stand up be (ore the suorior valor of our troops. Many excellent officers were killed among them Col. Saul. Block, of 1'iltsburgh, one 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. — 3 July 1862

Delmont Chronicle. Th Largent Circulation of Any paper V11 puDuaea tn jounopt uounty. Delmont Chronicle. LOCAL Matters. trv t luve racoivud i copy ol ue Fair ' burnt (V.) NatibWif.Vrta trTtlie Woi st linn Uuiun papain in the United States, ni , Baa idouiu vw ntrenuiv lusuinea uyiua Rood Union folk of Himn .nptana lag Count!. TL Editor ii livi'msn, and will dohispsrt, we'll eusrsntee, towsrifs .kin. ViWtfi'WA... mi proud position her wealth and minerals en title her to. but from which 'she has twan tjtiptiy Jibf k oupidity tod baseness ol tie iteveholdin; sriftocrsoy of the East.' ' ' 1 ' ' .WlUklifl iatomjteiieer, Pafkerskurj Haielii, Wellnburg tto'nli!, an Fairmont .NatiMirtJarBaaf! liecba,. tights for the peo ple of Northwest Virginia to follow, if thoy wou)d take, that course which will redound to their honor and glory, and which will in- fcute (hen peaM-aafety, 'a4d wjBaltfi.1 I V'frUtneAaOod lJ A I I " . KsTThk Wooi,iTTaiW Bo 1a!Aille' liaa received quit an impetus within a, fe...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 3 July 1862

Bemont Chronicle. "Abolitionists and Secessionists.'' "Abolitionists and Secessionists.'' [from the Springfield (Mass) Republican.] There ia sort of one-horse loyalty which atumrpu to sweten the bitter tuL of oon demnint; treason, claHsifving aefseuwiwiisfs with aMitionisti, as equally enemies of the (Jorernment. There is class of Dohticiaiis who hare bean enjrsffcil for years in abuiiDg holitinn'wtn. u muiIIv enemies of the Gov ernment, f hi i olaes of politicians who havo been engaged for year is fusing abo litionists, the enenriee of the Union. All at onoa they find their oM associates turned traitor, ami learn that thev hare been made the tools of the only men in the country who have any design agamm the ttnvwrninent. What to doT How to est out of their on- comfortable and mortifying predicament? 1 hey cannot givt up their pet notion that the aooiitioiMMtK are very discs; truiwin,, iur they lcamWt6at of the Southern traitors who were the only truly "national men, only a year or ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 July 1862

-rs-r7---: ' Every Thursday Morning O ff IC V SC. MnmHi te' S-l TKUMHl ' tingle tubwtUnt, pvc niium.UI paiVliIilii Uw ' year) ' ' i..... 9 so li .... . U iriihlnllie x.i,..;.lii.i..r. 9 OD Olak i Mix. Mcb. lend in dBiiM4-'""'- bat rnx.e ' iETNa paper iUraiilHiue4 witll all amarafMarapaldi 4icepl auha opuon 9 Uie.publiiiuar. t, . .. ,. Business Cards. ; . Attorney at ; Law, MARTIN'S FKRRY, BEL. CO. 0.- ixriLT. twi4 W tonaednf and iecurlnj el lain D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, Si;. CLAIRSVILLE ,0..' : rFPI0E oppoiita ht Lawia HwUa, iat OTW Troll ' Dr; "John Alexander, i&Tt I IIH V'l LLK, OH IO. FFKTfe AND RRKIDBNCE iu BaBunary prop, any, Waal and al towu..- .-,.- M MERCHANT TAILORS, "' V'gt: Clalrsvllle, OUlo, Z' Hvk bN Hand a full- assortment L'lotb.CitlmertfcTntliif iff wfcfomhay arllt maka n orier In ihe uiimi ilrle aiid ou Uta atoat renaanabia Irrnia. faf i'ffKtt TAXLMAN...... .HENRY TOPPING, TALDIAIt &, TOPPIWCla-" Attorneys Counselors at taw AMD vi Solicitors f m Chan...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 10 July 1862

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