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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 February 1863

gclmout (Cluouiclc. Ot. C'laiisvilU, Ohio, Feb. 5, 1803. Local Matters. 'e Latitat C Irawlarlnv. of y rier tabilakeel In Beliraarat eemtyt .OURNEWTEEM8 1 SO la Adno - OO If not paid lu Adrnuco. . (Pbouotiohs and Rssiokationh in THK 88TH RbiJIMENT. Capt. Cordtvaf, ori Co. E, and Cupt. lltttts, of Co. V, hat resinned on account ol' ill health. Lieut. Jas. B. Juwott, of Co. D, has ' leea appointed Captain of Co. A, vice cbans, promoted to Major. Surir't Malar Duucan C. Milnor. of Jcf frrnon county, ia ptomotad to Adjutant, vie Kouuon, resigned. ' First Lieut. Wui. C. Locliarj is promoted to tha Captaincy of Co. E, vita CorJncr, rerigned. . Second LiouL John T. Collins, is promo ted to First Lieutenant, and First Saig't Reece 0. Lewis to Suuond Lieutenant uf the lame company. ' First Lieut James Tallman, of Co. 0, has resigned, his rosignatiou has been ao oepted, and he is at home. BWSomk of our boys who irero captuicd tt Murfieenboro are undoubtedly at An napolis, Md. E q McMillt'o has...

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 February 1863

gclmont (KhtnutiU. at, Cl-irenlle, O.ito, Feb. 8, 1803. A Drunken Butternut makes an Indecent Exposure of himself in the U. S Senate, and what becomes of it. We ettrsc: the fnllowiurf from the pro eetilin.s of tho U. S. Senate : WASHINGTON, Jan. 27. Mr. SAltwm'ny made a knijr sieolt, in tli rsvira of wh'oli lift ivui enllrd in rVr several tinier Finally, when (viiMirinn the course of the l'ni lent, cnllinir him nn itii bocile, ami rail nn him hy iisiuu, tho Vicn l'rrwiilent cnllej itini Inoidur, anJ renni'stoil tho Shu at or to tiko Ilia feat. Saitlstiiiry eonMiiiiing, tha nu-1 Yamd -nt said it ilia Prnator diil nut take his nest, hn (.limiM or dur the Percant-at Anus to tnltu him in charge. Mr. PAiimiMiv Tlirn tlm voico of fn-e-drn is tint lintrJ i i tin1 Mutate. The Vn'B I'bkmknt The Hfrint at Arms will Inks (ho Senator in cmtinly. Mr. Matilaliury waa tlivroupon taken out of the Si'tiute, dii!aying a revolver whiuli ha took from his cunt picket. After a short time ht earau in the ...

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 February 1863

. '.' PUULWU-U i ttoirtf Thtirtday Morning, -r.7 .... ,.... 'v't-Blf . . .- I. kTIPIOHlMniMtiilc Hull llnUllif, .so, tpay motv rt-svit f ntflaauhaaribar. ipr aaiiuu, lie advance) II aotpajd til ad?atiee-. fyXa papee iBscumlniied unUI nil arre Vltii art UJ, eioepi a me opuo.i i . pu.t..p..ii I to w Business Cards. v Attorney . at Law, MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL CO. 0. VsjTlt.l. attend K aolleottiif anl meartnl, olairaa. .V !' ...... D. D. T. COWEN, ,. ' Attorney at , Law, V ; 8T. CLAIRSVILLti,' O. . fSFFHtitt 'ooporaM Lawle Houm, did over TpM'i V Sioro, . T)r. John Alexander.' o H--ICH AND RUMDKNOK tilths Seminary prop. any Vc,l end ol luw.i. MERCHANT TAILORS, St. C lHlrwvlUe, Ohio, y V1J ON HAND A VVUU ASSliRl-.tltTj. t itti,C'aliugrgfcVemlngi Wttlrh Hih)' will inaka to ordor tu liie iiealetl l ami ui. Ii aunt maMniilita k'nn. rn. j. av. iisriER, DEJYTISTy tl AVlNOnrtmn.ieiiitylorr.iMl hi lT ci.Aiusvii.i.iv Ii wualU rewcit,.lly a..iio...iPa thai he I. jf-itj prepared to perioral all operat...

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 February 1863

,. ci.Ain)viUiKomai , .TBVHID1T, TK.B, l, (. ft" U - - -. -'- -VAtl eearwaeieaaaaa Uteuda lar tMMrtio in die pfiw, ae aaaiaaai relating la Uw atfiee, eaeals be I " aWhaont Ckranlele. fx rtl.lr.nlle, OWa." Ifac ef tk free keart'a aje eaaae I r anfe! auada to valor ssvan! Tkf atari hart III Iba w.lklw dome, Aaa all hf him wtr. bvra m ke.ves, Fararer Swat trial ataodartf abaai! Wfcara'braathaa th foa bat (alia fcef.re Ba, Wl b rraadco'a .oil banaaih our (.at, aW rreaeoat'e banaar alraamiai I'irul News of the Week.s : Tbe Nnhville Union thinks the "friends of eesee," who propose holding a eonveo tion in Nashville, will go to the right place u tt.o Han lennesae ngiwonis ere niain "talned in that vicinity. The East Tennes- team would take good oare of the "friend. Of peace." The gunboat Glide was destroyed by fire, at Cairo, on Saturday. , The Copperheads of the Illinois Senate having passed a resolution declaring tho Legislature adjourned until June, in order to give the prujooted l'eaco...

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 February 1863

gelMont Chronicle. B.CUlisYtll. Ohio, Fob. 12, 1883. Local Matters. aaklleho la Boleaaat aaty. tKt 't OURNEWTEBMS 15(inAdTnt-9 OO If noil lu .Advanca. M9rGRr.cN Appi.ei ar Mlling on our treats very rctdily at 12 00 per barrel, 1901; K oorrupondknt, "Belmont," as a very readable letter in tbia week'i CllBONlCLB. IWSknatok Welsh has nur thanlcs for reports of the Adjatant end Quartermaster UBrala. QrPsMONAl. Clifford Ariek, Esq., reached home from Washington last week, hod is spending few days with his luniily. . l6rWl believe oar Legislature will fuse to allow any further compensation to Sheriffs for keeping prisoners, la th House there was a tie vote on the question M indefinitely postponing the bilL -. !9JtHB 08th regiment, it is thought, has gone to join Goo. itogeorsns' army in Turnouts. . The regiment left Louisville on Sunday, the 1st inst., on the steamer Jacob Strode MaWx reproduce from the Columbus Journal the report of an important debate in our State Senate on the Organisa...

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 February 1863

fit ClairsviUe, Ohio, Fob. 1. 1803. Organization of the Militia. [From the Columbus Journal, Jan 30th.] Mr. Qunckel, yesterday, In order to get in erpresjion of opiuion from the Senate, offered th following resolution: Roleed, Thae it is tbs opinion of the Senate, that in I he present condition of our National and Stale finance, no ulan for the ora-aniislion ot th militia of tht Stiito ehoulJ he adorned which will inrnlva the State in an considerable expenditure of money. Mr. Sinnet offered aa amendment, to the effect that no organization waa advisable that would require in expenditure of more th in !iO0;0fK, Oo thin, there waa consid erable discussion. Oeu. Bieran, Hepublican, wa emphati cally opposed to any militia that required to be paid for the time spent in drilling. A attending army was not' iu keeping with Re publican institutions. Mr. Lang, Democrat, took the same view of the lul jeot, as did, also, Messrs. Fiuck a& O'Connor, of thu same party. Mr. McVeigh, U. D., niude...

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 February 1863

PUllLIHlIKb Maury ThumUay Morning, BY . 0. L. POOEMANt OVFICK-Mnsonlc Hall InllHn, i a few uoura ACeU of Ooatt ilouaa, ' ' TICTIMH t tsMgt. aunsrrjher, per annum, (la advance)" H BOl paid III tillVUlMti ...... I an fl 7"No paper dlsenutlaueri eittil all ar rafiffi arapaid, oseepi ai ma upuoa 01 ma puouslier. Business Cards. JV. e. wells, Attorney, at Law, MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL CO. 0. H.fKtUud to olUetiiig and mc urinf ... D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, ST. CLA1RSVILLE, 0. FflCa apposite ha Lewis Hoaaa, and arar Troll'a i more, ia - Dr. John Alexander, . T.'Ot.A.lIXSVIlJsj! OHIO. OFF1CK AND RIWlUHNCfc flhaa Seminary prop any. West end of town, fa? l'UMAT T .WHALE, MERCHANT TAILORS, St. C'lulrat llie, Ohio, - OP . t'Utbs, Casivluierea 4t Veattngg j viiieh ihty will make to order in tue neatest style anu uti n man reavouauieirruMa 'B DIt. J. W. FISHER, 11 AVINQ permanently located in fT OLAIRSVII.I.R, &a wouiu reepectliiHy announce tnal ne ia prepared lo perturiD all operuuous pert...

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 February 1863

gfdmoitt (Chronicle, iT. CAIHVILI.h!, OHIO I THURSDAY, FEB. IS, ttOS. 4J aota.nnurraliiMW tsleiiitad fir Inianion hi III par, a apwi buainsaa' ralmutt; lo tha nifica, ahtmlit ha SStaaaail "B-loiunf CfcrtMlrla. St. Clainrtll, OliiO." nl of tfca frae haarts knjia and horaa! Bf ansa! aantta to valor gtraa ! Toy ma have lit tha traik.Q dume, Ani all thy haaa wara born n uaavaa. Forarar float t at llanlard ahatt! v? ijare braathaa tho foa but falls bafora ma, Wl a FraaJom'a toil beneath onr feat, aad rrsadom'a banner atreaniina, o'er na! Are Leaders of the Democratic Party in Favor of the "Constitution as is, and the Union as it was?" Two years ago the "Crisis" n jt "Hel per's Impending Crisis" but Modary'a Crisis, tho leading organ of the Brockin- ridge Douiooracy ot Uhio, contained a lengthy article headed, 1 bo hour o! our troubles in upon us in all its fearful pro portions," which commences, "We suy fear i'ul proportions, bocauso it is at best a lour ful thing to change and rccniutru...

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 February 1863

gchtat Chronicle. 1st. Clalrsville, Ohio, Feb. 10, 1803. Local Matters. 'rke l.arie.t Clta'atl" at anr Paper Itulilleked lu Uelniaut euutv. OUR NISW TE11MS 1 SO 'n OO If notpuld in Advnucu. t9The G2d Ol.lo regiment went with (Jen. Foster to South Carolina. WO-TllE West Virginia Conxtitational Convention in in rwnsion at Wheeling. Obi. rioOKKB in at Suffolk, and it in thought the base of operation" of the Army of the l'otonmo will he changed. t&'A.t NxsuviUlt. The 98th regiment arrivod at Nashville on the 7th Inst. Dr. West loiotd the regiment on that day. Since writing the above we learn that the regiment has gone to Franklin, Tenn. SLieut. Col. Frank Askew expeota lo leave here for Murfreesbnro' en Friday or Saturday of this woek. lie has nearly reoovered from his wonnd. WWf learn from the Wellsburg Herald that Rev. W. B. Watkins, well known in this County, has been commissioned Chap lain of the Fint Virginia Infantry. - ' 1 &Thk Belmont county Agriculture B.wioty will hold...

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 February 1863

gtlmout (CluonicU. t. ClalriTlllo, Ohio, Fob. 10, 903. The Mistakes of the Peace Democracy of the North. Tha Peeoe D.uriiMntuv- are boginnin; to fl'id out tbe lorriMe uiisukfls thay hve fal inn into in hipine, for re. Iv alliance with tha mi;nt of th Cotton Oligarchy quar-K-red t Rtnluuoixl. KviJoutly expeotitlg otuetoi ig Wiloi opt p!d lit s for their dateriiiinud ttoutjt to oreiM a diversion in favor of tlie grant criminals now failing; in their wicked attempt, tj ihutroy tha Gov arnmoiit, whilst thea efforts in thj Niirth to aid and abat treasin hva, indioj, bsen eimckled orar at Kiuhnfml, tha would-be traitor) tlieirnelve, it ai liom in thii di ruction, bavo boon rabu'ltid in rhelr su'iso q'leot approach, h tve bean treated with penistent indifferent!'!, it not with positive acorn. Poor oompeiuuion thU for so tuiny aiorifioes anoiij-it tha loyal at honro; luisur abla ootufort for coiupromUing character for patriotism in a tuaanor never to bo forgot ton. In-tha fir.rt ftVuh of 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. — 26 February 1863

IE 1jt H '-. V t . I . -jl .,.i,H i-wWJBLUnutl ..(, 4r Thursday MorfiUtg, ej I '.nl t'Ulmi . aL.POOEMAN.:H i m saw Ueona HiMt of Jou t uom l: (WW, ) i i i i " ! . '' ,....., .... TlOUMUi ,i JVN iiflrdiRittiiiued until til uwftrtf ea u paid Business Cards. Attorney. j Law, " MARTIN'S .FKRRr ML. CO. 0. ' . Yll.fj ftUf Jd'tbedlftatinf And Mflorlnf elthna. s " .w.v i fes 'r ". .1 ' . . . -fis i ' AtlJey at -Law, ' "toil At iTneirrYn -' ! , H. , (3,1,. jtfL.W.& V ljpUXJ, J. , 'rFFICfciTMt !Wdi'hl aad ova Ti Sir. fe! DrY JoluV Alexander, ) t. OLAlHalVILLK,, OHIO. PVfei-. 'A WWTtK?frK htK Mnniarr prufi J any, Weal and of town. - . . . 4. , fez I! . JFi.VT Jr .V.tVJ,,, ' . ;MERCHrNT TAILORS, ,t, ciuitHvjije, onto, , .. , JlMT Of HAND A fOlL (JOlinUiNi' ' '$!m h JtaViiu eea & Teat Inst frf eW '-. wliiehhay will make tooriW iiiliienaeieetalyle anil on " n !i.rt!uliible tiTm. M Tie im 3 IT 1 . T - II r T,1TUTTT?TJ ' Fl AVlIWjteriniiHonllyloeatwIhiHT OLAIRSVILLV,, XX. , wguM f nicf ifal...

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 February 1863

aX. CLArR8A'ILLM, OH10V TRllMDAr, riB. , Its. ' '.'Jill faaintalrMraM tatntae fr hnwrtlM la ike aatf,a aaoa aaainaaa ralatla w Km arliea, aoaM bt "MM Canmlola, St. Cla(ratIla,0ia." flag of tb'a n-aa haart's hofl aa4 hasaa I . Br anfal hmndi to valor gla I Tar uin hara lit rna walkia doma, Ana all ihr Imh war bora in baavaa. tofvmr float titat atandara' abaat! Wbm braataaa I ha lot bat folia bafore ma, Wt.k rraadom'a toll baaaatk oar (aat, Ami rraadom'a baanar atraajning a' at aal Hear the Voice of a Soldier Democrat. We art permitted to publish the follow log exJr.ob a loiter of Capt. D. H. Williams, of the 43d Ohio Regimeae Regiment which ws baptised in flra and blood oq the immortal fields of Corinth and Iuka, and which has shared in all the glories and hardships of the Army of the Missis- ip pi, from New Madrid sod Island Mo. 10 . to Corinth. Capt. Williams is well known to all our oititens as a Democrat, and is as ' brave, noble, and capable a soldier as has left our county. Hea...

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 February 1863

... It. OUirtTiUe, Ohio, b. 26, 1868. Local Matters. TVs Largest Cltseilatlea 4 'Pr OUR NEW.TKRMS t BO lit AdnM-4 OO If notpetltl 3onrnimo ro 'or RiADgas to ITbink About. The following, from Ue Athena Messenger, to searl eipresaea . eur View on the subject that we adopt it m our own, and eoaamend it to tha attentioa of tha Hadera of tha Chronicle Wa Save often wondered why it ! that Benonn who are accustomed to Durohasing all kinds of cotton foods t from 100 to 600 oer earn' advance on-lart rear a prices, should meet 4 with auoh a horriBed ei- nrasuion of aiuuamaat. on being told that tha nrina nf tha Mesnenerer to all nersons three mvntla in arrears is two doltir per annaru. TheevfJrina (with a very slight alteration) nave been standing at tba bead 6f these column, "time whereof tha mem Arv of man runneth not to the contrary,', fend yet, when we inform them that it is absolutely neoeasarr to mean just what we toy, we have had men glare upon ue as if tney oonsidered tt tne moat BDom...

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 February 1863

ftt ClatraTllle, Ohio, Feb. 26, 1863; To the People of Ohio. Address Ohio Soldiers the Western Army to the People of Ohio—The Fire of Patriotism still Burning in the Breasts of our Brave Defenders—Stinging Rebuke to Northern Traitors—Eloquent Appeal to the People. We have already published a tclcgrapmo abstract ol th "AilJrau of the Ohio Sol dien tf the Wentem Army to the People of Ohio;" bat it is production no' admirable in tone", sd wcll-tiiuexl, to eloquent, just and truthful, that we cannot do try onTuclres the pleaaure of aprcatling it in full before our readers'.- It dus,rve. to be printod in ltt r f gold on'ftatin, and ptwerved as aa honor ed anil ntiorod memorial in every household in the State. Let it be remembered that tin' ia the voice of Ohio soldiers in the field, and it should put to the blush all who have sought to breed discontent in thoir minds, instill iulo their hearts. THE BATTLEFIELD OF STONE RIVER. February 1. , . to the Pmplt of Ohio: The Ohio soldiers of tho...

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 March 1863

gtlmout Clttouulc. - , FCBUaiiau ''., Bo try Thursday Morning, BY ' : ' a L. POORMAN. 1 ') " ,1 , 1 . " ' 6rFICR-MWDlt f tnll tsutldlnej. . ew 4ra Lima, of JoUwt Mouaa. 1k - - f ... TBRMHl magi eaeecrreer, er annum, (ia edano)-"al aft eat Ml MVMIIM' w Bf'eperiin'dlefomieued until ell arrearage af pUd, fa., I at Ik opium ol lb puliiiaher. , Business Cards. A. E. "VVELLSj ; Attorney at : Law, 'MARTIN S FERRY, BEL. CO. 0. ILL anoin) lo collecting and teeurlng claim. l7 D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, T. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, 0. OFFICE ppoiu he Lewto llenae, end over Troll! Blere. Dr. John Alexander,. . T. OLAIR8VILL.B, OHIO. OFFICE AND RP.RIUKNCE In the BeMnary prop erly, Wl nd of lown. MERCHANT TAILORS, . , fit. Clalrsv.lle, Ohio, HAVB ON HAND A PULL ASSORTMENT OF sfl Cleths,Casslineres k. Testings H whieh they will make to ordet tu the tieawet ely lo aim ou bo moot reaeouable lerroft. fc? DR. J. W. FISHER, BEJVTIST, U AYINapormanenlly located In lT CI.AIRSVII.I.F., a..- wouiu re.peclluli...

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 March 1863

"jua1 T C'l.AMlHVILLK, OHIO THVaiOAT, MARCH , 1B t" ."" J 1 1 ". ' J.-- "-" . .. .- - V V eiateais laitirara' W IsaarUea In ik aeM,ajtaa aaaioam rtlimif 10 iIm affiea, tso! ba Senuaa "aMmOM Caroiilala. l Clalravilla, Oslo" ' '- flmi of tr IVaa hjrt' boss and hone t Bf an.al hand to valor glvso! Tar 'ia haa lit ttia welkin doma, ' AAA alt ihr hura wara born n ha-ivaa. Iarvac Anal t.iat ataudarS. ahawt! Whara Lrtiathaa tua foa bat falia bafora as, Wt b Fraeaonfa soil brasatn oar faat. Aa4 f raadom'a bannor atraaialng o'ar aa 1 ' " '- "' LJ I H. . U i ii if fmNr.w Ohio Militia Bill. A new Militia bill has ben reported in the Senate by the Committee on Military Affair, It provides for an annual enrollment of all while male oitisous between 18 and 4j; for general musters twice a year and for encamp men and special drill of all officers in addi tion. No pay to privates except when called out for actual service, and to officer only for tlicir extra drill. Organization is not to extend beyo...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 March 1863

ara tr . .' 'i ' 'i 'im t. CUirgTUlo, Ohio, March 8, Local Matters. The Largest Circulation of any Paper The Largest Circulation of any Paper Publish in Belmont County. OUR NEW TERMS $150 in Advances $200 if not paid $150 in Advances $200 if not paid in Advance. A Matter of Importance. We this week tend ont bins to tnl moat ol ...... out aubaoribora oulsida of Belmont County, bo are indebtod to u for oue year's tub- cnptiun tad upwards. Wl WihS THUl fettu J.VU; and if (bay are not paid up ira- tnsdia,cj( .tbakeaubaoi iber need not blame tia iflbe CuRONiptB don't Tliit them any vfl j ii j V more) end tney should find their accounts in the bands of an offioar for oolleotton." Pa- perriuk, and tueh like, eot entirely too ttOck DoW-a-days to enable one to furnish a paper to persona merely for the fun of the thing. We are in decided earnust about tbis matter.,' Ye mvtt be paid. , .. . ' Some persons do not understand oar new rates. . The price of the Cubonicli now is $2 00 a year; but wh...

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 March 1863

St. Claira-ille, Ohio, Miroh 0, 1863. Passage of the Conscription Bill. Loyal men tbrongfcout th untif will ajoio that th Hons of RepreoUtivs Wdridaof lst'w-. passsrj th Con caption the decisi- -ot of M.1 Tom to 49 Ny. Tb bill wont through tibtntiall a it oatn from th 8ont. W not on! Oi following tmeoOmeiW: Th time of servi of tn eoswripts it not to sxooed ta ddntiob'of the Kuhslfion. Provision b tmda for the trial of Rpioi by court-martial or military eomtslssioTi, and they aro to aoffer dth on convictioa. Caiea of arrest by Provost Marshal for treasonable practices aro to be turned over atonoeto the civil authorities. Varioos amendmsnta, offered by patriots of the ValUndighamand:ickliff tol, meant to obstruct or defeat the purpose of the bill, were promptly otd down. The Sen ate has still to oonsidet the House amend ments, but there can be no reasonable doubt that this eotnprehensive measure, which we Iwliste to be both necessary and effectual for the vigorous prosecution of the w...

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 March 1863

Oelmout Cluamdtv J3ry Thursday mHorming, . . 0. L. P00EMAN ; ii " I'-'. . . ... mi bVIPIcn-MAiionlf Unit nntldln I e hw dtora liieMtt of Cturt liuune. p1...''.'" THSHMMi "r-' V tiatje eukeeriW, pat inn, U a ra. Al su rti lHl4U.lJllil'. U" L tTNo paper diKouiiaaed mil JI nniiai are paid, Saeept al lb oinioii of the publi.her. Business Cards. , .A:. E. WELLS, Attorney at Law, !- MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL. CO. 0. yiM.etMad M aolleetiaf Md Meeting eleitne. D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, BTi CLAIRSVILLE, O. ep(tw LawliJlBBM, fl lid ow Troll'i h7 ' I?y Jha Alexander, jjr.u" OHIO. OmOH !B RKSIDKNCB In Ik Btmiiiary T'OP ny, Wmi d ' wwd. ' CHANT TAILORS, VCIalrevllle, Ohio, HAND A rUU. ASMOUTA1ENT - 4Mliiiere fc Vatlng Ji iheywIU m.k to order inUMiiuuXslyl. miOo.i k man rcuoiiitl terina. '' , tR. J. W. FISHER, v, ; DEJYTMST, fl AVINO pamuuMiilly localsd in ST CI,A!BSVIt.t,B, u .would retportiuiiy iinounc. in.i u. ': onoond to perioral all orwntioiu purl.iiung I rrAII M....b Mramnlil lo vlv. fltU...

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 March 1863

ford contention ataid the ttiroei of fratri cidal strife. This convention- reflected the opinions aud sentiments of Touccy, 8y tour, Katon; and other men tainted with the leprosy of moral treason. Tire reooltr tthns adopted by the conventiou ara tainted with treason, and the speeches befnre the evmrshtion were inspired by that (all end Malignant partisanship whioh extinguishes the generous and ennobling spirit of patri otism. The ouster mind of (ni convention ol'tbe Coiiaaoticut Democracy denounced the war a "a erusade against a portion' of the country and its institutions ' He do elated that "the Democracy of Connecticut will defy Abrahun Lincoln in all his uncon stiiutienal act. We will say to hiin, psss hiiukh uin aiiur miiitia uui; nm wnen you un. dortake to tnltti awsv frmn tha, nam. in nmar I oirhnt State the command of the guardians n irre cjiattr we will sny to you you shall wot go ono step further." Another orator spoke of "the arrests ma le by this tyran nical AJministrati...

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