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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 August 1862

Belmont Chronicle. The Largest Oiroulation of any paper puDiuneu in neimon. uoumy. Local Matters. the on Union Convention. ' Vf hv been requested ' hj ' tlis Union Antral Committee of thU county, and by bumeroui tsitisens, to request the Uncondi tional Union men of the county to meet in ' Convention, at , Bt. ClairsviUe, August 16, 1862, ' to appoint delegates to the Union Slate Convention, wbioh meeU at Columbus on the 21st inst., and to the Congressional Con nndnn. whinh meets at Cambridge, on Thursday, the 28th of August. ma at tarDiEPARTURC or Capt. Mitchell's Company. CeDt. Miiohell's Company left here for camp, at Steubenville,: yesterdaW bornins. Its ranks are full to overflowing, This Company is composed of the very best material. Many of those in the raruts are vouoc men who left College, quite a num . ber were Teachers, and others left their Winess, from which they were realising far tnore than thoy will be able to make in the arm. They have all made great saorifiees for 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. — 14 August 1862

Belmont Chronicle. Astounding Developments before the U. S. Grand Jury. A SECRET SOCIETY OF TRAITORS IN INDIANA. In the District Court of the United States for the District of Indiana, May Term, 1862. , Tho Qranrt Jurors of tjio United glutei within niul for tho Hirtriot oi Indiana, em-panneled, sworn and uharpil in id Dixtikit at raid Mar term thereof, hav ing about completed their labors (and beinj? now roauy to aujournj icei 11 meir miporu tive duty to announce in respectful initn ' Mr to thin honorable court tho enncral left turosof some startling development made during their invostipatiorw. These develop ment when considered in connection with : the disturbed condition of tho country by reasons of tho cause-loss and atrocious rebel linn airninst tho Constitution and laws ot the land, are deemed of the gravest impor tune" and should bo made known, that tirompt and efficient measures may bo taken iv the civil and military authorites to meet and ward off tho effect of tho wicked ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 August 1862

, TOHUSniD Every iaur$aay iini"ii : ' 0. L. ioQRMAN. fctneja ehBOrlliet, aw a""1 J.'!ifi..tl ,r .irllLi ;"i"fr'il ---VV.V--.".. J;; ; ; ; cik of su, m tp in.)"": 7 irr No Papet eo,itf iiaed antll ill arreetaKei We pais, kxc.pl l tae ooiIom ol Uie aubliake,. Business Cards. ., AR WELLS, Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL. CO. O. ft J. attaint to eollecSua ana securing elarnu. . - D. D. T. COWEN, - Attorney at Law, ' ST, CliAIBSVILLE, 0. KiTtti oppselui Uwia Hw, hI Troll-. I y Store. , JJ 1 A 3 ' I Dr. Jonn Alexander, W-T. CIiAtRaVILUE,:OHIO falicE and awiiNcm ia trr JJ Wcet.aa .(town. .. - kEROHANT TAILORS, nu CIalrvllle, Oblo, TTAVK ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT Z.. b T.iiinn 1 telh.,CMnlmere.vT)Usi; .rr.rtwtart,W T h.wr.M.bi.irm.. . Vetek TALLMAN ......nsNET TOPPING. iriu.MtskTAPPIIIfi. , . , , fm 1 , , iT. Attorneys QC COUnSeiOrS at IjCIW ji ii I , Solicitor in Chancery, 8T. OLALRSVILLE, 0. yVPICE two Joon BMt of l Conn Hon. ua DR. O. THOMAS, .DENTIST, 1 feti OlaUravlUe, Ohio. Late ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 August 1862

M'f. Cl.AlIlttVILt.Ei thirsoat, Avuva ai, isa. aAll aotniauniralioua lutein!-. for Inwnion In. Ilia i, ac apsa sariuan. rrlatina: I Ike eaWe, akauld t JfiM4 -Bafrasnnrrnni-hr. 51 rlalnrill. Ohie.", 1 itaa mt 4a fraa haart'e Save I . hf until aaoda to -alor f iraa I ..v.j, .,. Tkr aiara hara in tba welkla iom; , . Aa4 ll Iky kaae wara bora la haivaa. . hnnt Aol ti.al attavlard UmiI Warn braaibaa lha foe but falla sarnie aa, , Wl h FfaedoaVe eall banaath oT feet, i Aa rraaooea'a hwi ausamlnf e'er sal lad ban! I ' To the Democratic Central Committee, and the 23d of August Mass Meeting. la th present critical condition of oar country, it. i all important' that nothing ihould be done in oar midst to divide public sentiment, or destroy the almost universal good feeling that at present exist upon the war question. ' ' the. di fferonoes of of iiiion engendered by punt political contest have, under the pressing noccssitiek of our con- ditioB, and the for entortained for the afety of tbe Gove...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 August 1862

Belmont Chronicle. The Largest Circulation of any paper . puuiiBuea in uoimon. upuniy Local Matters. IWMtl.lTARV MATTKH8. D. D. T. Cowen, Enq., of thilWirityJ hns'eerl W emrtmendad tor Lieut. -Colonol of tho 62d Raiment, Col. Ian. MuVook. ,I Is sgroori on U sides that (hi in good clticioi),!and there is no doubt -Got.' Tod will at tmce-J commission htm.- There will tie tot jOt panie from this oounty in the 62d. The Regiment will rendeirous at Camp Dcnnl ion, near Cindnitl. J .Vi'iiari -C Sinoe the above wan written. Got. Tod has notified Mr. Cowen, by telegraph', that be b rommlitiioneJ, 'and bai Ordered him to report at Columbus at once. Mr. Cbweri left thin ( Wednesday) wmiing., ,f ,r , Cirri; Mugh Frpusbh'i eoniliany loft for Camp Steubenville on Tuesday morning. ' Capt. J. E. Moffat's company . left for Camp Dennison on- Monday evening. Capt. Moffat's oompany goes into the h'iA Regl tuenC It was reornltpd in tlnoijIibbrBod of arwesv!ll5 aiidjrAes oiftwith'i'uiirrihkt. We underst...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 August 1862

Belmont Chronicle. Additional Particulars of the Battle of Cedar Mountain. Desperate Bayonet Charges of the Union Desperate Bayonet Charges of the Union Infantry-Destructive Fire of the Artillery —The Rebel Generals Winder and Trimble Killed-Slight Skirmishing with the Enemy on Sunday-Retreat of the Rebels from their Postition. The editor of the Washington Star, who as on a visit to his family at Culpepper Court Ilouae at the time of the battle, gives lha fnllowina aeeonnt of it i On UViituv tnrtrnina- last. Uen. Pope, staff nd escort, reaehed Culpepper Court House, intui his last encampment, near V astiing- too, the county seat of Kappabeiinock, bav ins put the turpi darmet ol Oeu. ians, JL...l in motion in the direction of Culpepper, and pawn? the encaiupinent of GciL B&A ' Sporrjv.ll. twenty-miles from Culpepper Court Houe, by the way. t (USZvr.U.mra Crawford, with hia bricade of Banks' corps darmee. (previous i.. A i-iuih'a.l and General Bayards briiiado of McDowell's oavalr...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 August 1862

' IB-; JJ lUlLf J !i'J J- i-'-1 -- t " t PUBLISHED' ., Mivry Tliurtday Morning, .- .1 i i, I i tit. MOORMAN. O IT f 1 C H M won i r Hall JlulldlHa. k lew doom Kmi of C'rJUrt lluiue fclntte subscriber, pt'f annum, (II paid within Ik 1 yoeri If llnl nsld Wilhill ihS VflMf SI SO fclab ui Bix, uott, ipeld in advance,) If not Dt 1 no tt-Nu paper discontinued, until mi arrearage, an) paid, axuept at Um option of the publisher. - eewwMwwnwwjwaewMwjewwAwawwssaaa.awjsws Business Cards. A.. E. WELLS, Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FERRY; BEL. CO. 0. Vv 11.1. attend to eolteoliMf and seourliii claims. fe7 D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, '. STi CLA1RSVILLE, 0. VPF'dfi opposite St Uwli House, and over Troll's ' Store. , . (s7 , -,-Dr.'" John Alexander, '.'IwXs CLAlBiSVlLLE.IOHIO. Of HdK AND ttlialDRNCE lu the Seminary Prop erty, West end of town. fe? Merchant tailors, ' St. Clalnvllle, Ohio, ' JJAVK ON HAND A FULL ASHOR'i'MKNT.- fc.otlis, Casslmeres k. Testings j Which tliey will innke lOMrdot bi th...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 August 1862

YftWftfOAY, Al'OVBT ISA. eommuuiraiiofM intended foe inMrtMm In ihe JM" tfKMi twine relating to lln offir , shonlit hr 4arNt4 kIMNMniiChnnllA. fM. fflalmtiK Ohio. . Flag f th tr heart) bop and home.! Bf aofei te vaior firvn : Thf atari have lit tha welkin doma, Aad all ibr baaa were born baaa. 1 forera ioat n.al ataadard aheatl Whara breathes tha foa but falls befura aa, 1 Wl-b rrttdoai'i aoll beneath oar feat, '" . 4d .freedom'! banner ureaming o'ar aa! TO THE UNCONDITIONAL UNION MEN Of Belmont County. The Unconditional Union Men of Bel atont County are rcquostod moot in Mas Convention, at the Town of Belmont, Ok aalartfajr, Sept. 13, me, to nominate candidate for " Representative; Sheriff ; ' Clerk of tha Courts , Auditor; Commissioner . Re coder Surveyor, and Infirmary Director, to be supported at the polls on tha Sccortd Tuesday of October. . i, The Gazette, of but week, ttenipU to Justify its opposition to tha war, by quoting trout Till CiinoNioiJE, in 1848, an artiolo about 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. — 28 August 1862

Belmont Chronicle. Th Largest Circulation of any paper , puDimnea in tioimont uounty Local Matters. 'i HTMilitary Matmhi!. C'apta. Kirk and Clark, aa wa lean by a dispatoh Ironi Llout,-CoL Cowen, failed to get into the 6jJd. JUifiineut Wa , don't know why. Uapt. Clark goca to tha 50th Regiment.--We have not learned where Kit It hat bocn Signed. Capt. Mitchell's Company ia B, Cord nera D, and Ferguson'. O, in the V8th Kcgimont ., We print in tliia inue of TllBCiinONlcLB the "rorter" of Capt. J. K, MitclieU'a Company B, 98th Itugimeut, aa also that of I Capt. Cordnor'a Company D, name Rcgi inient. Cannot the officer of the other Companios which have let! our County un der the lato call, furnish us with their? Wa visited our Belmont county boys, at Camp Meubcnville, last Friday, and found them all in good health and fine spirits. Wa;' saw the Regiment "inspected," and , heard persons who hai seen a great many Regiments, say it was the best thoy had ever seen. The Regiment left at 4 o'c...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 August 1862

Belmont Chronicle. The New Opposition Party. [From the Atlantic Monthly, for September,] ' Ir the rmpid sltcrnatirms of opinion pro duoed by ths varying incident of the pres mt war. a fnw dnvi effeot the work of cen farms. Wa may therefore bs pardoned for iviru. aiitinn coloring to in Brent of recent occurrence. Aocotdingly we ray. once of on time, (Tuesday, July 1, lHiiJ, j swat oonulur convention of all wholovsd tie Constitution and the Union, and all who hated "nigger," was called in the city of New York. The place of meeting was the Cooper institute, ana among the signers to the oatl were prominent busincm and pro fessional men of that srest metro point. At thil meeting, that euimcntly calm nnd learn- ed jurist, the Honorable W. A. J)ur. in terrupted the course ot an euiDorats argii- ment for the constitutional right of tho Strut hr-rn reliels bra melodramatic exclama- finn that, if n hurmrd the tiaitorKof the . country in the order of their guik. "the next man who marched upon ...

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 September 1862

i Mlvcry Thursday jlornlng, BY r O.POORMAN. O P'I"1 C K.-lMnonlc IIkII Ilulldtnrt, ,1'aw iluura J-urU oi'tJou";'- Single .uberiher, pef aiimim, (ll pekl wilhln tli iyeer) " I not paid wilhm the year " ul H.i. each, limit) in dtmil' ItTNn peper ilLcoiilbiuod until nil arrearage, arc paid except hi the option ot the publi-lwr. I Ml . g IMi 1 Business Cards. .A. IS. WKLLH, Attorney at Law, ' .JilARTlN'S FERRY, BEL. CO. 0. Wll.l. muiMl is collecung end .ceorlng claim. ia . . D.D.. T. COWEN, , . Attorney at Law, " : ST. CLAIRSVILLE O. yFFICTt or-po.ll. he fcewia Home, aud over Troll'. ) ltJ. . . - a "'' Ifr. John Alexander, fcrT5. CLAlHi4VlI-,LK,:OHlO. OFFICK AND RHHIDKNCE in lh Seminary prop afty. Weal end of town. - MERCHANT TAILORS, St. tlalmvllle, Oblo, HAVE ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT OP Cloths, Casslmeres &. Test lng , which ihey will make to ordor in tile ueale.l lyle 1,11 lie nKil reaiwnai'ic icrin.. aTER TALI.MAN ......HENRT TOPPING. TALLJIiUfcTOPPIStl,. Attorneys & Counse...

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 September 1862

tmniDAI'i IKPT. 4, !. 4AII rtwmniilirlirn Intended Inf insertion in the paper, or apou businese relating to the office, ahouM lie ahlretsed Brim.., it riirnnlrle. SI fflairseilln, Ohiil." ! JJ 1- Fl( of ft free heart' hope and horn ! Be angel hajida to talor given ! ' Toy atari have lit the welkin dome, And alt tar hoea were born n heiven. Forever float t'.at atandard eheel! Where braatbee the foe bnt falla baf if aa, Wi rreedoto'a eull beneath our feet, "; Aa Freedom'a banner etreaming o'er oa ! Union Nominations. STATE TICKET. .Indue of the Supreme Court, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. Secretary of State, WILSON S. KKNNON, of Ilelinoi.t. Altornov-Qeuorul, CIIAUNCEY N. OLDS, of FiauLlin. ' School Coniiniwiiotior, WM. 1). HENKLE, of Warren. Hoard of I'uhlie Work, JOHN U. GREOORY, of Sciota. , , For Comress, JOHN A. BINGHAM, of Harrison. TO THE UNCONDITIONAL UNION MEN Of Belmont County. : The Unconditional Uuion Men of Bol- mont County are requested meet in Mans Convention, at the ...

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 September 1862

Belmont Chronicle. The Largeit Circulation of any paper publlsnea in uelmont county. Local Matters. laTlm Ilnlil armv ii airnin around Washington. Thia will embolden tho Re bel sympathiiern in our midst, who have ' got op an Anti-War Ticket to einliarraiw the country, and rhould prompt cvnry limn in the county, who sincerely wiahei the triumph of the Union cause, to buckle on his armor, and work untiringly and unceas ingly, until the cause of the Union and of Law and Order shall triumph. Our soldiers who are buried on the firldn of Sbiloh and Donelaon, on the Peninsula, under the shadow of Cedar Mountain, aiid On the plains of Mnnans, would turn uneasily in their graves at a triumph of ibis Anti-War taction iu Ohio, aud ask if ull hud died m vain. Union Men of Belmont County I your ranks have been thiuned to fill up the army, but you ean overthrow these Rebel sympathisers if you throw, your lieartt into the work. Remember, "No battle is WHOLLY LOST THAT U BRAVILT FOUGHT. Cast timed ...

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 September 1862

Belmont Chronicle. The Voice of a Loyal Democrat. The Voice of a Loyal Democrat. SPEECH OF HON. HENRY B. PAYNE. ' On tlith s't., atrcmonJous War meet ing was hold it Crertlina, in this State. K. T. Backus, Esq.,. first Jilrosscd tlio mcut liig, and at the close of hia speech ho In troduced II. B. Payne, Ksti., of CleTcland, as "a genlk'iuuri wliwe ability and eloquence would do all tliat liimsulf had left uudune, 'and awake tho heart and convince the judgment as he pevlia;w had not been able to do, Thna introdncctl, Mr. Payne tvk (lie ttnnd. ' A brinj" exordium mated hia pur pose to Kvo otTenso to no party, to no man; yot to toll plain truths, hopin hi remarks Jfould bo recivod an they vlt!ro presented, in candor and kindiiws. If the errors ol men or of pnrtic wi-ro lo Iki adverted to. it should bo in no spirit of bitterness or parly loal. And if in mutter or in manner he gave offense to any, he would thus, as it were, ak pardon beforehand. Not partizun ehip, but patriotism should d...

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 September 1862

tltltnotit ChtouitU. stiver u Thursday Morning it rvr, I -BY I ' n. T.- pnnp.MAN. OPFiCK-MMontf irt.1 .l1.na, Mnctc tbwtihr, aianim. H( Mfd I thin th M-rj M i ...... Ml If twi pan witHiti (tie year .... g W Chi b of Bis. ch. (paid iiiBdvajtoc,) 1 'id ITT"?' paper rilscAnthmed mil nil mvi are paid, Business Cards. 5.,, ,; Attbrnby at Law, i ;:' MARTHT8 FERRY,' BEL CO. 0. yiU.aueiid o colltotiiif end aaatirina; alalia.. ' ' ' n D. d:,t. C0WEN,v Attorney at Law, .v ST. CLAIRSVILLE, O. ' . foPi'triK rjpfllallo Iw Lawla Hoom, and or it Troll'. J tVlHO. i. lit let wi J)r, John Alexander, W. ct-Akasvir.LEi.'.oHio. btltflS AND RUftlDIJNCE lu Um Seminary prop ,tnf , .t end of town. . . . fa? JytEBCHANT TAILORS, v.. y, St. -Clalravlllc, Ohio, -t op ,-., ... (.. .... .. , .. "ft riotbs, Casslinerfc Testing gjf srateli they will oiaMiiiorinriiiUtaMiitaMitrmBiid on Iw-100.1 raaaehabla term... . , . ,. (7 aTTftV TALtMAR....M;...V..HEJlRY TOPPINO. i ... rfAixniAX . Torpt.vo, 'Attorney? & Couns...

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 September 1862

!Hmoat (Chronicle. H r C Ij A t H H V I L L E i winiMuttao Intend) for Inwrttvn tft if pm, tut mpom huniiwiw ralariny to ih tritWe, thoiiM be 44tn4 Brhitunt ChnmiHtr. fti Clairat ilt, Ohio.1 Br aaifai uboi to raior finni , Thr mtmra hava 111 tha valklo dana, Aad all thy kaaa wra bora m .... ' frtfr Aoat H.at atandard ahaalf Warn braataaa in foa Imt fall bafora ma, -Wl k rraadora'a ull banaath onr tot, Traadaa'a baaoar atraaming a'ar ma ! Union Nominations. STATE TICKET. T J.- , .Tl d ' I . FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, of Cuythogt. ' Secretary of State, WIL80N 8. KENNON, of Belmont Attorney-General, CHAUNCEY N. OLDS, of Franklin. v ' 8obool Commissioner, WM. Di HENKLE, of Warren. . ' '. , Board of Public Work, JOHN B. GREGORY, of Bciota. 1 :,' For Cong-rett, JOHN A. BINGHAM, of Harriaon. TO THE UNCONDITIONAL UNON MEN Of Belmont County. Th Unconditional Unioir Mon of Bel moat muniy are roquenoa meet m Mass Conventi6oLtt the . ,Town of Belmont, Ob Batardtty, Sept. 18, 1862, to nominate candidat...

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 September 1862

Belmont Chronicle. puDiisaea in ueimont uouniy. Local Matters. WtThi Woonded in the 26ta Ohio. "Ttp following U a lint ot th wounded and tnlfWHva ia th wottpanict from this neigh Whose) hTthe lfth Ohio Rogimont, in the retain t battles oo the Potofcao. There were none killed. Company A from Befoiont County Captain Arthur Higgins 4leuben Donnel ly, Robert Fouler, William Criowell, Geo. Jars, John McKorrahan, Robert Creigh ton, E. 8. Riley, John Lebold. Miming : George Ider, W, T. Lookwood, D. C. Iver Ton, James MoMullen. The niUaing are believed to be prisoner. Company B from Monroe County Sergeant Hugh McConville, hand, slightly; John W. Dougherty, ankle, severely ; Daniel Burg, thigh, severely j Oliver P. Smith, arm, aerioualy. Missing: Newland Mercer, Wm. Leathern. . Company C from Monroe County Corp. Bottin, leg, teverely ; Corp. F Leys, and Jaqob H. Bailey, also missing ; Jos. Bill, kbonldnr, severe ly;, Francis gohondoart, lag severely ,'' John W. Hatkins, slightly; Kofct. Lsng...

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 September 1862

gflmont (fiUronidr. S-w . earn ..j 1 MTtOLAlIlsVILtiBlii. TK eilUor Of th 8iringacl(l ( 1U ) Stiite Journal humn alettaf . waUtoir la Got. Tales, bjr man whj has just voluntncrod Into on of th reKiDreiitj. raistd . in Kirypt. II acknowledges that he lias been K. 0. C. tor nearly a yearbut nmf friaries' a clean Ere art of it. Ho aays that it had been de termined UKn by eolfenrted' movement upon an agreed day, to throw all tho train M the railroad Soutliaf Cautralia from tho track. Machine called "clapiis" are to be rued for the purpose, tho place selected fur the purpose Uring the bridge aod embank ment - The slpnal niorS watcliintlie traik re to bo first killed end then the traitor Sq five the signal Id the train lo pans on! . e (jine chosen is tho day when the Urgent umber of volunteers will be on their way to the South. .. . . ...... After this diabolical project shull have been "ooiwuiniuated, the traitors aro to soour taroturh the country killins the Union man Vud laying waste t...

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 September 1862

gtlaont (Chtonitlf. -PUBLISHED . 0. L. foOEtlAK UrFIOIMoolr MsOi Hnllfltno. tl'aw doun ll.Mt of Court Houmt. ,TMa9r ;trt rr Ti 1" H"1 whate Ik var1 -r sol 14 ium .ls arMMnthsve.."'. .,i.im..i. a no Cluli ol mi, sack, (pew in mi nncs.i Ify-No PPr SUeunilniied antll all arrearage are paid, leapt at III (prion of tin publMer. Business Cards. A. 12. AVELLSj Attornoy "at Law, ' MJtRTTN'k-FERRVT BRl CO' 0. ilIM. altand i eolletliiil aud MOirtof lalnUU . l - - .-.'- D. D. TTCOWEN,- ; Attorney at Law, . ST. . CLAIR8VILLE, O. - KfriCB opporiw kt Lewis Horn, an taf Troll'. ' . DrV John Alelander,": bkTtCf! A?T ttFSIDKNCB Hi On Mmnwry prop kliy, Wnl ei4 of town. -ie i i miJVT JYtGJLM2j MERCHANT .TAILORS, i SU Clalravllie, Ohl, JAVK ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENf blotb, Caaalmerct U. TeillnMjH. whisk dxy will make w antor i a tylaandoii 1 awn mamiabl ttrmn. 1 lei DR J. W. FISHER,! M A VINO iwimanentlV looaueln fit CLAIRSVIM.B, XX WOWO SBAMlfltllT aillUMllHM tost be I. paiiartd H parnna all operaiisa...

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 September 1862

. U t ... JX'tt Krn-loit ttlt jrjia made.i .., ..n .... ii'i-r., II IIDHi KllCr V1 whtlnringr OoiwmI Fiu Jon Porter'i fore, er'a force, - - ' a--si-BB, V M A"3 V3 WIUI BTIIU K.I,, Baata after an mi of tha enemy'a foroe were phed (gainst our left. A terrific twrrteit, wuk great slaughter, was earned on fur eaveral h iim, our man behaving with flrn M and gallantry under tha tfauitdiat eoasajsbd of General McDowell When Mfht dosed, our lelt was forced back about if mile, but still remained firm and un broken, while tha right held ita g round. . . (ien. Franklin, with his corns, arrived after dark at CentreVifle. six miles ia our roar; whilst (leu. Sumner waa four mile behind Franklin. 1 could have Vwatight op tbeae enrpa in the morning in time to hare renewed the tctitm, but men and horse were eomplotely exhausted for want ot, suf Seient food. I accordingly retired to Cea Imvillo that night, in perfect ordor. Neither AM NaTRlaw A. UiwJ.il .1 ! U . I . I. J i-iviiuaj Ulll I III- UIITUJ ...

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