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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 23 October 1862

Belmont Chronicle. Tb Largest Ciroulation of any paper puuiiauea in neimom uoumy. Local Matters. rAsmt tub iRArt.-iWm.- Alex Bntier, Ex,., Provoyyt Marshal of thisorturit, has furnisher! us with some roots about the draft which ere of interest, . Of the lul taea' drafted, 4 .Wpr.He4.Bt Vfli. CUtrwIlte,' Ttuivinj !37 who failed to report Ofthew 37 the Provott Mershsl Bays: "I hare teen I1 perwmnlly whoCT?W "" lie found 5 Friends, who claim Meaptloa ulidi r (ho order of the Secretary f War; 3 in sjomre when dtafied ; 2 vol wa tewed before reporting ; I under age ; ! M ataa or the name ; 1 unable to report, ml exempt ', 1 retnorod from the State bo lore the draft wa Made; 1:1 reported at sMBtOBt on (he ISta leaving II to report yet. Or theso 4 are from Smith Townbhiu; 2 fioiu Union, 'i from Warren. I from Mead. 1 froia Kirwood, and 1 fioui Uonhuu.. These Bea ekeuld report immediately to the Com taiaeiotter or ProvoM Marshal Twelve men i were ex map ted and Kent fcoe by the eaamingiiig ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 23 October 1862

T'-. -'LL. ! .- L.1 TNl'ltDDAT, OCT. , The Battle of Perryville. The Part taken by the 98th Ohio THE KILLED and WOUNDED. Editorial Correspondence of the Belmont Chronicle. BATTLEFIELD NEAR PERRYVILLE, October 9th, 1862. The telegraph, no doubt, ha informed jfoo of the dexperate battle fought here yes terday between Routweaule and Jackson's divisions of MoCouk'a arriiy corps, about IdAIW ftitl. Amu k'litn.lA anJ tYtm -lie' . a u ' u tl.. '.'j a -.v j .1 j . .- r Fniith, and of the tembh destruction of . . . .... inmm ill inn put wdvi ,iwwij .b"1 and .nsatisfactory i and tho people of each . . ' . . looaltty from Wbiub rcgiuiont engaged in the fight have come, are ankioua to howl something definite from the field 'of strife with regard to the companies and regiments in- which they are' particularly interested : od thia letter ia-writtew-wfth' view-to neat thisanitty. ' I ) . . W left Iiouiaville on tti lit day If Ol 4oWrh hish snirirs. and with the aJtoexy tatwn of an early eiigagenie...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 30 October 1862

avert Thursday Horning, i ' . - BY v 0. L. PQORMAN. Orflt)ltMiinntc Ifnll UllMrttnu. ls)W dour jblturt oi Joui-t iluuw. Staffs ssserlbt, pet annum, (if wlilii nu I .......l.. t MM MM srllrilri trie, rear Uak ) MIX. on, ll'snl in advance.) iTiliin lh Kir u tt7"No paper dlneouliuueil until nil arrearuge are puid. tsoer ft! th. opliou ! the publmlier. Business Cards. A.. K. "WISH. LB, Attorney at Law, itABTIN S FERRY, BEL. CO. O. Vv II. I. aitnu K eotloctluf and seciiriii, slaims. N7 D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, ST CLAIIISVILLE, 0.; Vtltitl opposh. Lewis House, and ovsr Troll's Dr. John Alexander, UT. OL. A. Iltr4 V IL.I.K, OHIO. ' iWKJi! JTV RKrttTIKNCB Hi Hi. Seminary prop- v any. wmi snu ui town. MERCHANT TAILORS, p. i !...- 'St. Olalravllle, Ohio, . JJAVK ON HANp A FUIX A88OBTMKNT sElttas,CasIraeres& Testings 1 wtaVh Um'wIII mak. words iuiitauMWU.iyl. aiui on ROM rsasonauie terms. XR, J. W. FISHEE, t AVI NO pormsnentty located lit BT C1.A1 RSVIMMS, JM.JL- would retpernni ly...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 30 October 1862

W' WMinmiraihm iiilemlnl for invcntou in Ui f, or apmi liuiiifl relating W tlM office, butild ht iMirJwted "BrbrtiiTrt CWtkii. ?. ClaifvvilK Oniu.' - FUg of th fra hrt hop nd homtl ' Bf ) bands to valor ftvanl c-1 Tkf tr kar lit ih walkia dorao, - : An4 all ihr hnea wara burn n hav. Torarat float liat atandard ahatt Wbirt Oraathaa lh foa bat fella bfur aa, Wi a Fraadom'a aoll baneath our feat, Au4 Froadon'a bacaar alraaming ' tr a Letter from the 98th Reg't. CAME NEAR HARRODSBURG, KY., Oct. 13, 1862. My la.it letter, written itmnaliutnly after the battle, was not as correct and com plete as I ooulj havo dusired it, but it con tained all the information I was at that early hour able to gather, In tho brief time I was able to appropriate to the purposes of oopi'ir ug it. The battle was one of the hardest fought, in proportion to the numbers engaged on our aide, trrat has been fought sinco the war oonrmenoed. Moduli's un-i Gilliert's Aruiy Corps, on cur side, were the forces engaged Oi...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 30 October 1862

Bemont Chronicle. 1b Largest Circulation of any paper puDllauea in JJolmont uounty. Local Matters. Tilt WAT THB 80MHKHS Votf.. Our Uoluiout boys in tli8-15th Regiment beU an titration at Crab OroharJ, Ky., on the day of our Stall Kleotion. Tho vote was ' on ltepreacntativ. The following ia the re aolt: . .- , . Union. Dom. Company K 36 00 Company K.... 40 00 Company U 19 ' IK) Butt 2 00 93 00 Tlio following is the vote of our boys in tho 98th Uugliiiunt: IT..I.... 11. Wnl HKlll. Cupt. Million's Co. Capt. FerituKiin'ii Co CapL (!ordni'r'n Co. Cnpt. Norris'sCo. Fluid and Stuff. 64 tt 1 30 0 4 34 2 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 The total vote of tha two Rcgimsuts is as follows: . . . : Union. Dem. 98th Raiment 128 8 15th Kegiinen; ' V3 0 . ' 221 8 - -. There were many absent from the com pa hies, or the vote would have been inuoh larger. ) ttaVAa Outrage. The substantia ot a private dispatoh sent us by Col. Poorman, whioh is printed in another column, appear ed ia the (Jitette to-day. two or three hou...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 30 October 1862

Belmont Chronicle. Premiums Awarded BY THE STILLWATER UNION INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION. INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION. At its Fair held on the 24th, 25th and 26th days of September, 1862. SWEEPSTAKES STALLIONS. 2. SO 1,50 tfll)i Moore, let premium $4 Samuel Scott, 1A prBinium 3 STALLIONS FOR !MniU.K AND HARNI William Rrackrn. 1st tiroiiitum 2 William Moore. 2nd premium 1,50 HTAIJ.IOS! Klltt Al.l. PUKI'08K William Brarkcn, 1-t premium Jamea Ricluy, 2dJ prem. ' St'tlliiin lint Jri uliL .. 1 1,50 William tjawrt-iice, lit premium George Care, 2nd prcm j- Stallion one year old. ..! R. B Reynolds, Intpreui t t t ' hrinu iioufPcDLTs. - .. 1 ... 50 K. A'. Moore. 1st premium...'. Krudua Bethel. 2nd prcm " " . Spring Mare, Ctt: ... 60 R. A. Moot, 1st premium....... . 11 A. Monro, 2nd prem UffOOD MARKS POIl DRAUGHT. COLT DV BIDH BYaiidu Bethel, 1st promium. 2,50 R. A. Moore, 2nd pren 1,50 nnnor mjikkj for am. pl'HPiwkm, colt BV OIDB. rtrindus Bethel, 1st premium 1,50 Mare 4 yean old, for all purjmte. SWn...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 6 November 1862

i. .-J-.;L-,L1....1 .. -fUBLUIIKD ., !;,.. Beery Thursday Morning, ,rr-BY ull.-r-. 0.L.P00RMAN.:, brFIC' M-M in I r Halt ulldina, , law Uuut- Uwt or Court loui. , j !; i.rstBBM8i '- it ""liViiw""-""""'";!"'!!;;!; J Uubol i. K, iiiilB.l"''' ' 1 rrj- No paper iliee ontiuned until illl miH tM axeepl l Ui option ol the publisher, i i, Business Cards. . i ,"A. WELLS, 't Attorney at Law;; ''MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL. CO. O. ILL attend collecting aud seeurlug claims. - D. D. T. COWEN, I , Attorney at Law, st OT.A1WSVT1.T.R. O. Dr. John Alexander, :bx. OLiA.UlSVIt.t.m. OHIO. i-VVTlCU AND BKS1DENCE tu lit Sonuuwy prop J Mir. Weil end of lowu. FRIJYT X JWMOLE, MERCHANT TAILORS, ' ' 1 ' ' St. tlialravllle, Oblo, jAVB ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT . tlotha, Caaslmeret k. Veatlnga M VMoh lhy will mke to onlM In li nMUU Mf ', k moM reaaonablB t.rm DR. T.."W. FISHER, U AVINO poritmn.iiUy locued In ST CLA1R8VII.LE, AX would re.pecuuii) aunouiic. in.i ne repared 10 perform all operation, psrlainliig t II WA.l...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 6 November 1862

Parson Brownlow's Speech. [CONCLUDED FROM FIRST PAGE.] Tpy know iu 1 wn nro-Slavery uian. They knew it. . I had deftndef and advo cated" tho peculiar institution all my Rfo tinie, . aud iluy . knew it . Thflv'.-pa'asod a jjjtnt Tolullon ty the fwohntrses, "invjlftig Dr. Brownlnw of Kmt ToOhoos, who w in War mty; in tnilrm the tw hnmches of-the u(i . Alabama in our WiJativ'e hull, with such of'oticoitiien, ladies olid gentleman, a rh.iy .Lu.iiiclinud to turn vutTv jutt,- jrni .n;w, wosq-itean honor, to , . orancucsol I be Legislature, by a Joint voUs invite Ann to address thni; But iriifA i r,i!""w wi,h- ,,""n- We Jt wjd fellows, iSoa'hafn hicil, Well IBSf.' ncy knw I was a true man. They , taifi M out in kikU l crowd as hardly evor look 's" "C 1 spt'ke t Uh'iii two dreadful hours. I U landed thu -institutions of thu South; Lut in live winding up of iwccii, miij i: (iriili.'iBtn, you have done me the honor to unite me by a joint have turned out insnfid column. But I do uruiuiioii io ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 6 November 1862

Belmont Chronicle. Th Largest Circulation f any paper publunea in ilelmoni wuniy,. Local Matters. Burnside Whips Jackson. We received private tdvioen at noon to da; which aiwuro tin that Gen. Bumaide gained a most complete victory over Jack t m yestorduy at Pnlutcr'i Gap. 1 We have bo tiavticulnrs. but are Msurcd that the fijlit wan docisivo and glortuUs. Wheeling Int.( thii niuTnintr. SI'viihonal, Lieut Voodinnec, of the VHtli Hogiuient, and Messrs' Martin an I Kitta, Sutlers or tlio mine Regiment, are at home. They left . Lcbanuu on Inst Satur day. f These gentlemen report the nice of 60th and With in good health and fine Hpliita. Alerjnri Kitta and Martin request na to say that they will return to the Regiment in about a week, and will gladly take charge of anything in the shape of dried or prepar fed fruit tor our buya or the Kcgitnent, or lor' the Belmont bora in the fiOth. Our fcitiiena abould attond to thia matter. We have had an immense crop of fiuit thia tea- on, and every ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 6 November 1862

Belmont Chronicle. Belmont Chronicle. GEN. SCOTT'S VINDICATION. The Patriotism and Foresight of the Old Hero. the Old Hero. THE DAMNING RECORD OF BUCHANN'S ADMINISTRATION. Jn. WlSflEtnr Scott, deeming hit pa diity to the Union and bit deposition to muntai it by furoe, whoa dcommit. dia- traited by tout reoent publication, tub nitt in Mlf-defenM th following tnemoran da, which be nuke public through the Rational Intelligencer. Thoy cannot pot." aibly damage the repntation of the thief end traitor Floj d, nor of his confederates, flow ell Cobb and JacobTliuipun; but wenhouU really like to know what ex Fienideot Bu chanan and ex-Secretary Touocy hare to ay to tLem. ; ; SOUTHERN FORST—A SUMMARY, &C. Oatober 30. I860. I crnnhaticallt- rwllrtrl the attention ot the President to the necea eityof atrong garriaon. in all the torta be low the principal commercial citioa of the Southern State, including, by name, the tone in Pensacola harbor. Oot. 31, I aug- f ested to the Secretary of War...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 13 November 1862

; grimout i Chronicle. ',' '"J ' PUBUIBIIKU "' 'winery Thurnduy Jtorttlng, -Bv- ' ' .V O. L. POORMAN. UirK-lC'KS-Mnsonlc Hull iluilcUna, ,alt.v tloorai ilut oiCoiurtiiou ...,,.,. .'"TMIlMril""-' - little eah-erlli-T. lf annum, III paid within. Hie I V inn Held wllhm tee rear- dull l MIX. eaell, (paid iliml-eure.. 1 :i"jrNiiinriliiiiiiiiol mull M arrearage are paid Skinl al Ilia upturn ol tlie pulillslier. Business Cards. j Attorney at Law, J ' MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL. CO. 0. 1 1. 1. attend 10 colliding and aeeuriiig elaima. ; D.D. T. COWEN, - Attorney at Law, ST.'CLAIRSVILLE, 0. rPPICR oil) -lie Se Lewie Hvuee, anil over Troll'. w mora. .! ; Dr. John Alexander. KT. OLA1RI4V1LL.B, OHIO. fF1CB AND RIXIDl'.NCK lulha Seminary prop- J 'titty We.t mill of town. tei MERCHANT TAILORS, 8t. Clalrsvllle, Ohio, HAVK Uil IIAnu A ruiili Aooi'mmcu, j a.. -OP-..' 11 C'lotha.Caflfilmerea & Testings Welch lhy will make to order In Iha neal.l elj-l ami on - ha IMM rerooneoie terms. ' XR. J. W. FISHER,...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 13 November 1862

THt'RD.T, NOV. 1. I SB. Afl c,r.ttunicnUo,ia intr nilcsl for iuwrfion in ihe ftiira-r. w lipofc' h irfneii rVhrthig l lW ffts ihtMilit hi; r1JJ D"lNimt rhmiilvlx. fl ''la'tntlne, IMtiu.'1 rut af ft tiaart's hop and horn ! Br angol band to talnr girao ! Tar ur, bar lit lha welkin doina. And all Ibr haaa wore born n aaivari. Foraeat float 1 tat atandard aliaet ! Wber breatba tbe foa but Calls bafura aa, Wl b f reeilonl'e aoil beneatb utir feet, And Freedom's banner streaming a'ar oat , News of the Week. Tbe Richmond Whig of the. '30th ult., ia commenting upon lha submission .speeches vt 8ej iiiuur and un Huron, distinctly in forms those gontleineii that ill idea of com promise is foolishness -the South trill never agaiu unite with the North. Il thinks no wtter oi suou a proposition when com mix from the conservatives thnn it' it should eome from the radiculs. Seymour hartlly expected a ooiitoiirptuous kiuk from iliia quarter. Tho Louisville .Journal any Gon. Gran ger a column that mov...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 13 November 1862

ft . '-- ' - - - - -1 - grlmonf Chronicle, Th largest Ciroulation of any papor published in Dolmout Couuly. Local Matters. tairQtH. Bimmim. w Command or Till Arm or tub Potomac By a din p loh in another oluiuo, it will b oon that Gen. Medullar! haa been relievod from th'otiimandof th Army of the l'oioioao, khd !i aa hecn BUcccodud by Gn. Burn-tid . ; Mitjor Goneral AMimoBBKVrnm Burn 'suns ia a native of Indiana, but ha panned the greater part of hi lil'u in Uhnde Is land, from wMi-h Siato he wan appointed tn Wtatl'iiint. Ho wiih Colonol ..f the Is- U'o le I, land RBgiment at the first battle of Bnll ltun, where he entntnandod a bi igudo. Ilo 1'.har,l with treat aallnntrr in that action. and was appointed a Brigadioi General of Volnntoers, and aent in oniiiinatul ot an ex k.i:;n ... Vf.nK (Vmliim. The Moody lialtlos of Roanoke Wand and Newborn were fought .in rapid aucoennion, which Ml established Gen. Burnnide'i i-kill and . .. ...... -ii -.11. tallantrr, and struoa. terror inio mi ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 13 November 1862

Belmont Chronicle. Can Peace be Restored by Compromiser. 'n uusef '! b, i '."-. t Some infiieation of the infiti tmnsr)fili(Ii.'irrwific) pariy is givon.by its 1afcroit tfTtirt to chnro the guilt of thoruticl limi ufxiu'thone who reliisud tocoiu'crlo to the Sunt h.1' This is urjrcd snd oW-oratcd as if it woro tlio groat principto of the party. The 'inxoTlilo lo)ric" "of it mem to l that, a the nppor:e of the Government ere guilty of the cri:ne of the rebellion they mst wiiTcnor to it it it will accept their aurrendor, and propitiate it by oonoossit.na 10 lie ai'manii. n u nss any nvmtwuo i can be stated. Fnnu the stress laid by tho party organ on this n,uetiun of thonriginiJ guilt of tho war, the public may fairly con clude tntit this logical sequence is the great Democratic principle.' - iKrom this we durive the DomntTntie rule that the people who stand by tho Constitu tion ai it is, are guilt of the rebellion, and not they who with arm in their hutids do nana a change. 1'nrtlierin...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 20 November 1862

grtmont (kluouitlc. 1 ' PUM.18lir.U--' livery Thurnday tllornlug, ' ' 11Y i,.Q.L, POORMAN. OKP'IC.'K-Mimt.nlc Hull IIuMiHmu, m lew duura Itilml of . oni t Huiuo. . .. " "TK.liMH. tJliifle.iiili.crUianper aniasi,if p.jhl .'WlihtM ine , ... V i . II uol pntd wttniniae year . Ululiol Six. each, (paid in adnuiee.) ' I ll?"No paper diMOnlhiued until nil arrearage, are P""1' a"Oepl t UK OpilOU Ul lue putm-iief. Business Cards. -A.. IU. WELLS, i Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FKKRY, BEL. CO. 0. il.l. attend 10 colluding Slid teeming cltinn. le7 ) D, D. T. COWEN, ' Attorney at Law, ST. CLAIUSVILLK, 0. OFFICE opposite be UU lloaee, and over Troll'a ' Mora. Dr. John Alexander, ' lrr. CEAIMKVII.LK, OHIO. OFFICE ANIJ RBflDENCF, ill die Seminary prop er ty, Weal and of lown. Ie7 MERCHANT TAILORS, St. tlalmvllle, Ohio, JJAVK ON HANU A FULL ABSOR'l'MliNT ... 'lot h, Catmimereti & Vest IngsjJ. which they will intilce 10 order in the iiealeel etyle ami on ha nlii.l reaiionuble lenna. fe7 DIt- J. W. F...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 20 November 1862

IJcknut (Sliraaute. All votmtiiiiiriiiit intended fut iniitir...v.i in th fTr, or utn hii'U. Mating 16 the alTict, fhouW- tn 4 Jr ) Bftunt O-f-wfelV. St. CUIr ill), Oiuo.". FUf f fr heart' hop and hornet, . By -Modi to at.r giron i Tar itr hav hi the welkin dotne, Ai all thf hoot war born n ho iron, Tcruvar float t'.at e.andard tiiaoi! Wiiero bra at lie., tho for bat (alia baf re aa, Wi a Frelom'a auit banoath nut f.et, And freidom'a banner ,U earning o'uf ual Letter form the 98th Reg't. Editorial Correspondence of the Belmont Chronicle. LEBANON, Ky., Nov. 7, 1862. Tlie proj:iw of tho " Aruiy ol tho Oliig" Snuthward, lm lift L"bin.m a quiet unJ urderly city. The great rush of wtiiton train.', with and fur rturus, sml (lie coii.-A.hh move ment of brigades and divisions tlirmiKti and noar the city, that, a weok or ten day nun, made itaatreutsiiiipasisiMii, havit given place to the regular and orderly lumiiics of it citizen ; and, hut for the two thousand Mk or wounded soldier who nre ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 20 November 1862

Belmont Chronicle. (Tlie Largest Circulation of any paper puDiiaiiea in uoimont county. - -- -- . Local Matters. Mkn Ul'IIKLU." Tlio Uututtt lat week re- juioed some over ' the aleotiuns. It printed roosters, big host, and all that kind of thing. One line ran thug, "Free Speech, t ret l"rm, tret Jllm.l.plmlJ.'" That look ruthor funny iu t ho UusuUe. But a short time ago the editor's parly frionda in the T it. - Ill 1 ll .. it duuiu wont i-iuting; uowu on 'tret Speech, Iree 1'teu," Ac, pretty tight. If we reoimul er aright, the (jssette thought that all right, and a very laudable work for iJeiuocmts to be engaged in. A newspaper press was broken up and thrown into the river ont in Misaouri by the Breckinridge Pro Slavery Democrat in the Summer of 13U0, for advocating the elec tion of Mr. Lincoln to the Presidency. The Ussotte, at that time, had nothing to fcay against thin trannaction. Will the edi tor now please give us his opinion of that kind of"'ree SjwecJ" In 1H60, no paper woul...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 20 November 1862

Belmont Chronicle. The Proclamation and the Message. Tho . Washington corr-ei-itonJtmt of the B.iringfieM Republican ny t "The l'rusiilcnt U Roiiif? to atand by bis rmvliitiiutiim in (ha inevuinc ho in writing. thouh a terrific prwttr in hro'tuht to bear ii I idii dim by a few bonier State tnun ueaiiist h. Holt aiuml ity it, u ik reported, ccr taiuiy lloiwrt DjIo Owon iIdm. liiecn A laiiiH, of Kentucky, Third Auditor uf tho Tifamry, is l Warm Uportnr of ilio I rcn i'lmit'ii licy. Ho xuid thn other day to Mr. LiiK'olii, " was hmieilly oppoicd to your policy of cniaiiciimiiou hut I now think it lim dona more tor Kentucky than Tietory." The I're.-iili'M will nut ''let down'' Inn position on tho aluvury rjuc-ition not a pen, in hi iiieviiro tlioiiKh the National lntelliteii"er if tiyintf to niiiko the road rany. It iiitiiiiatui that do run do so with honor if ho will. It need not trouble iuelf about tho mnttar, for Mr. Lincoln linn no disposition for Mich piiisilliiniruity. lie will sta...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 November 1862

gjeluwut (fthtottttU. ' I-L'ULIHHKO ' ' iivert Timntday lforniHgf nv O. L. P00B.MAN. lViBlC?KMBmnilr Unit llultittna. m lww iluun lUstait ol Court 1Iuim Btnfla atiliaorllier, r umiiim, til palil within Ilia tear! '' I. . '. Z.'.a .1.. II HI t.Subol Mia. uiutli. tliatil til ailvanca.) 1 W . 7y-Sopaar aisrominut-ri nuHl nil arraaraB-asani paid eaoopi at ilia option ol tliv publisher. Business Cards. Attorney at Law, MARTIN'S FKRIIY, DHL. CO. 0.' ILL attend to collecting and scinrinj claims. ' ,..D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, ei;. claiksvilLk, o. bi'4':B onmlw tcwls Heaaa, aud a TrntTs , Uliwo. ,. - . , VT . Dr. John Alexander, , feX. OL.A.lllsVIt.L.li2, OHIO. i) FPIOK AND RKsflDKNOK in the Seminary prop erly, West end ol town, ic -.rMMJV V .VaJClli, MERCHANT TAILORS, 8t. Claimvllle, Olilo, JJAVKOlHAND A FULL ASSOK1MHNT flotlm. Casslmerca & Vesllnga jf which lhey will muke to order in the neatest aljrle anu un ha MMMt reasonable tcrina. Ie7 XR. J. W. FISHEE, T1 A VINO permanentl...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 27 November 1862

gdinont (SlirotuicW. m i 01 vl i V.-T v i Y Til ic'Tiy i i i o t TII RHOAV. OV. tT, ISO. ,A.l niinuiir;icu.M. i iiitiit1-tl fr nimtiiW nt tin- Flat of th fr-a liu iif' hope 'Brut horn ! Bf atuwl hindt In !cii K.7cn! Tar uii have lit I is wol!:ti tlomo, Ani all ili' haws wo.e l-rn n nojvan. TordTdf float t -at stdlulard ki.uui! Wltoro br j.ol.os llie fwc b-i! l.il"a but M ua, Wi li I'raaivia s sell bunoutb our foul, Aud FrvvCouT a ta.it.ur kliciiinui o (r ua! I News of the Week. Tio I'resident's iessugn is nearly fini-h-cd. Mr. Lincoln will ni 'Me his Kinaiieiia- tion policy at hinKth in it, not only in reyurd to the military I'rm'umateiii of r.iiiaueipa tinn in the di-ioy:il States, but in relation to bis gradiiul l',ni.iiiei uiion policy in the iior ' dor Slave Siites. ll is ?aid that the nn.s auge will be unusu illy luni?, r. ml tii.it it wili be furnished ts the ul'teriiooti papers ol die country on Momhiy, tho L.lduy of Uoeetu ber. troiu .i.-liille we have the news .that Br.'ggi...

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