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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 12 March 1863

St. OlatriTlUo, Ohio, March 12, 1803. Local Matters. The Largest Circulation of any paper The Largest Circulation of any paper Published In Belmont County. OURNEW TERMS. OURNEW TERMS. SI SO in Advance-$200 if not Paid in Advance. 11 KrTaAf "Democbatio Festival." - A Democratic Supptr came off at Johnson' Hotel on Wednesday night of last week, re joicing ovar the adjournment of Congress. Of coarse we wure excluded, and cannot, therefore, gie a Tery oouiplotfl report of the doing on that occasion., K delegation of Wheeling Copperheads attended, headed by the inevitable Bherrard Clemens, oner-, rard made a speech, principally about Lew. Uoon, tht driver of Lewis' Omnibus. We Understand - he berated that sable indi vidual terribly, notwithstanding he occa Hionally takes a "einile" with the "Kernul." , An old Veather-cnck by the Dime of Jack Swanoy said "Old Lincoln is a oof" whioh was of course succeeded by applause, when V'4'Jioh' retired, to receive the oongrat ' tjlatlons oi his frie...

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 March 1863

gdiuoat Cln'ouicJc. BL ClalrsviUo, Ohio, Marcb X3, 1863. TBI followinfi ionic wasuj at tlioreoent ' freat Union meeting at Pike's Open House, Ciuoinnati: The Flag of the Constellation. A NATIONAL SONG. FONTET BY T. SUCHIMAN READ. Tbe !ar Of irmrii. oti ottr banner, home,, Willi ira. of hrnven Hff birndi-d; The Iimnl of i-nr we. Ir.t minWl tlioee Ares Aid by uf Uiry .holt I d..ientted. 6n oat's. Then Tiff il rttr true Red. YILie aud Blo, The Han of th enimrllat.on; It nl. it enilet by nur lurrfntheni bailed! O'er hnlllc. It.al i.latlu u. a tinlion. Wkst hoid o 1-nM. rrlke' from III fold, ' One HHf or o r! writ 1 nf in hrMii'mm. for linn bn I'm,. iltirvLMir'i e fiery .'-Lru A"d rnr:i .!rir-e tie h lr,-rit,!o li,liuiing. '1'iieu uai; u uue H. J, Ac. fi. tnelrdt form .titt!l ritfe th Mftrm, TiH tip? A- ri'f! of f"r r.irri'mb'r. The joonoirn.ie b it ho'l cf'l t'-e !"' A r.iti! lm of prACr .'..I nf .plendvr. Thou hull lite Iiu. Hcd. fear 10 the world. I. ouf mono ttitfttrted", 'loo' we lo...

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 March 1863

i "CSS1! jj averg uiurtaay Morning) BY r-.v, I. I,; I'll' -m . UL, POOBMANP;,.: i rB,F'lCIC-Mnontf Hull Mtilldina, a law liexsrst iwt oriAiurt iiuum e.e. I;n,-" ' 1 1 V MitjU fubtcriber, prr annum, (In (Ulvanea) -ft Otl II HI am aaiu in aavaitce a w i . fTT"NopietdlcomlHUcilu)ittliiHiirfragei repaid, ' Ixccpi at (lis option of tit ptl blither. Business Cards. .f it. f 1 ; ; ; V Attorney - at Law, i MARTIN S FERRY, BEL. CO. O. . lni.L attain! to collecting and eellurinf elaima. I' f.t D. D. T..C0W5N -.-',- : Attorney at .Law, ! '.I r, : ! , ST. CLAIRSVILLE, 0. 0 trCt oypa.lt. kt Lewi. Hooaa, and na Troll's Siore. fc7 Dr. John Alexander,' J 'i. ST. OI1AIH8VILLK, OHIO. 1 I trVMV. AND RftSIDKNCB in the Seminary prop- oi rty, West end of lowu. let Uerchant tailors, , , St. Clairavllle, Ohio, ' I t TVK ON HANI) A FULL ASSORTMENT sa .;' xx of "At ( , ' Clotka, Casslineres a Venting ff ( wliieh they will make to order in toe neatest style ami on he most reasonable terms. le7 -DIl. J. W. FIS...

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 March 1863

4 knhku eofpui, Biilitar arrest, Ao. Add' to this the array or taxns and taxation wh.cn raa paraded and held op to publio Kin, by ' ffjeariy every Demtvcrrtio paper in the land, an 1 von have the kind of unity and support which wast given te lha government "in its laudable effort" to suppress the rebellion. Of the constitutionality of the -mancipa : , lion proclamation, aa a war measure, I hare - not particle of doubt; but I have always ' doubted inexpediency. The proclamation can only be effective where our armies go, nd there the aaoie affect substantially would have been produced without the proclama tion. Slavery must get out ot the way of the army or be tramplel underfoot; ' With " united North upon this subject, the proo r lamation might have been made a) useful gent, or help, for the suppression of the ' rebellion. But it was hardly to' be exneted that we oould have the cordial sifpport of : the Demooratic party to- the' nreirmire. The - negro and slavery had! bee ire dogma i...

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 March 1863

'km .gcluiottt, Otouictc. Bt. Clainyllle, Ohio, Maroh 19, 1803. Local Matters. Largest Clrculation of any Paper Published in Belmont County. Published in Belmont County. OUR NEW TERMS. Si SO In A.dancaS9 OO If otpld in A-dvaucai WSitntewckd Capt. Wm, P. Sitnpsota wan brought into fjotirt on Tuosday ailor noon, to rewire Ma nenienoe. Before pass ing lentooce, the Court pcrniitted him to , .make a atatethenti Ilia statement was ' brief, and did hot materially help his case. He dmitted that he sold Mr. Samuel M. , Tliotnpson's roara at 8teubcnille, but de clared that he was out of his mind when he did it.- In relation to Giffen's mare, he stated that she was delivered to him by a man whom lie had met onoe or twiee before, t about 11 o'olock at night, a few miles Fnt.of8t. Cltrville.K This, looks little like an organized 'gang of thew horse thieves. . , , U... . V ' - The Captain says ha Was greatly troubled bout the war. . lie stated that he was . present' at the battle of Wilson's Cre...

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 March 1863

gclmorvt htatttflc. Bt. fclaifsvUId, Ohio, March 19, 180.1. FEARFUL RIOT IN DETROIT. Thm M,ih Attmmt hi Lunch it Xenro Pn'i anerThe frnmut (J'iml Fire vprnt th' t'mwdOue Mm Killed and Sweral Wounded BIKlthtrty Ai-wult on egro Jittxee IM Inmtttr liriiteix to liuteinti .... d omry ftrwrifi ni'imrtea ninea lite i if r. . I. . II? ft I !. on r ire in iivrnry loire ine aiiui tnry OilUd Out to Qui ll the Riot. . Tlie Detroit Free Pre!) contains a long eeuiint of the recent fearful riot in that city, from which wa flood ihv following facta: & nefro named Faulk nrr was on trial fir reroliirig diitrsKS asainst the person of a little white girl. Theca.-t had eanieil tiimh riternnt. which culminated on Friday when the ease terminated by a verdict of guilty. I he prisoner was itnineilmtely son tenood to suffer the full penalty of tho luw imprisonment for life. A v.t crowd had been gathertne anmnd the City Hull all day, resolved that Faulkner annul J suiter duuil), be the terdict what it lii...

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 March 1863

'ti i i-i , gcluxout (CUrouide JBterif Thuruday JTIortUug, .tjr .-..u-i ' ., - " .,r!:, 0. L. P00RMAN.: i mt ctatora Jiiwt of dour louav. VI. i iiatl mkeerlkte, aw eenu.it, (la danc).' U aot paid iu advance I o . uo E T-Nopti per dl.twiiiiiiued until all arrearages an paid, iceni alllio option of Ik publitlier. , Business Cards. r 'II 1 -1 Iii feit s'foiid hnr-NnKKs mis pkokkssionai. sr.kvictw to J. the ciri'ena of HtiJ trpnn and vicinity. Oinc TV .in'Milelwir Dree; Wore. jal a. e. wells Attorney at ' Law, MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL CO. O. IU. aneud 10 collecting and teeurinf elainw. 1.7 J).D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, STi CLA.IRSVILLE, O. 5 Price oppaite h Lewlt Houm, an ml Troll'i Store. Dr. John Alexander, X. CLA1IWVILLK, OHIO. OFFIOK AND RKSIDKNCB In lk Beeuiiery prop any, Weil end of town. 1.7 1 rarj'T v JYAfiE.ii, , MERCHANT TAILORS, ' St. ClaliBvllle, Ohio, HAVK ON HANU A PULL ASSORTMENT OF . "H - t'ltli,Caiilniereii it Testing Ji '"Which they will meke to order in lhe iieatelltlyl...

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 March 1863

gelmant (SitiuitU T. OLAIRSVlLtiB. OHIOr TUI'MDAT, HAItCr ISO'. " '"AH rommtmiraitona IntandM (of InwrtiM In (he pPr, oaon bwliw ralauaf n iIm office, ano! ha wMkmmI "afeBnunlChroiilcIa, SL Clalrarllla, Oalo." IMaf of Ik Araa hnn'n top mi horn I . r ngi aanua lw TBior sraa 1 Toy aura liar 1(1 lb a wallna-aoaM, .And all ihr hit as w-ra bora in aaaVaa. , Foravar float tuat alaooara ataaatt Wbar braatbaa ika foa kin Mia baton a wl h rraedoma aoll banaaih oar faat, Aad rroadbna'a baaaar atraamlaf a'ar aal 1HE last (Jhronk-LB In noticing the Dcmnoratio I estiva! held attho National, on L V jj"8" MJ" ne nas bcen informed thai Jefferon Davis was toasted at that festival. Now, Mr. Longglcy, we demand your authnrity for that statement. Either you or your informant is guilty of a most uoiioeraie and unmitigated falsehood. No such thing occurred. If you do not give ubiiib mi your minor lor tliiH story we here and now pronounce you to bo a wilful, deliberate and malignant slanderer, nnd un wort...

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 March 1863

St. Clairsville, Ohio, Maroh 26, 1863. Local Matters. The Largest Clrenlation of The Largest Clrenlation of any Paper published in Belmont County. OUR NEW TERMS 1 SO in AitTun-l OO If not paid in Aarmcti SlaV Richland Tp. JTnion Meeting. The Uniou men o( Richland Township are requested to meet at ' l 7 o'clock, for Ihe tturpnae of puttlnv In nomination a tkktln be eupoorie.l at Ilia e.iautiif Spring- Klaeiion. TIN Union man of tha Toaru.hip are earnestly reuuesl. ad io tarn out to this moeuiqr, and assist in putuiur a good ticket in tha laid. tsT"M. E. Confkrbnos. The annual Conference of the M. E. Church met at Co ahooton last week. We an indebted to IUt. J. M. Carr for a list of the aDDoiut- meoU for this neighborhood. . Barnesoille District J. Moffat, P. E. BarnesvilleJ . L. Deens. BameseiUe Circuit Vt, Harris, C. H. Edward. JUorristoum B. Hamilton. BellaireW. K. Marshall. , MoortfieldK. D. McCormick. Bridgeport J. D. Vail. WondslM-t. H. Wilkinson. Baresville-C. C. Davis. Centrev...

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 March 1863

a. gelittottt ufoume fct ClairsVUle, Ohio, March 26, 1303 Letter from Surgeon Estep, 126th Ohio Volunteers. [[...] Renness. Ohio Vol Inel's. In CAMP At MARTISCHANG Va, March 16, 1863. so kn)wld(in the roceiirt of a large bU ol tataabla Sanitary Supplier, for the ue of the Hi'ck of my rfiimanr, donated by Mr. J. I'lioit, Mi.i E. Pilmer, Mrs. Snap, Mr. Simpson xrge. Mm. Daniel Palmer, Mrs. Jooeph nine, Mr. Isaac Uainos, Mrs. . LydiaJ. Ilutrhor, Mr. Burton Fuuika, Miss Harriot Gruorgo, auli Mr. Sjloiiron Ben (ley. The artiolo. wore bed tick, fthcctx, blank ets, quilts, com Torre, orti k, fi at her pillows, and splemlid, wull selected Variety of dried fruit;- ell of which were highly bvuvGcial, and thankfully received. ' The rionxe to my call for aid in caring for the sick add sulTiiriiig aoldium lias been liberally repondld to by the patriotic and benevolent ladiei of HVlmoiit and llurrimin eoorlfies. Vfe now have the sick nicvly liolied', well beibled, and comfortably cared for, which...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 2 April 1863

Every Thursday Morning, r. i- -DT- ' 0. L P00RMAN. tXrpfOn.Mnfonlc Hull JliitlrHna. straw dour JUaat OflJuurt Uoum. i!sl?l'tuberi1ier. per annunr,11n edYaneef'..' ll aot puie in advaeea.'.-..-..-- t to uu (7No piper dlecoiKinuea until ell lnunH are paid, , Slcepl at tho option ol th. pubnaher. Business Cards. DI1. B. FORD In Went NDliBS HIM I'KllPKIMIONAl. HI-.RVICKS TO ttia citixcna of Uriiluvoort and vicinity. Oiliee eat k MitcheD'a Drug Store, ieia .A. E. "WELLS, Attorney at Law, ' MARTIN'S FERRY, BEL. CO. O. I.I attend to collecting and swearing claim. , D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law. 8T. CLA1RSVILLE, O. OFFICE oppoaile he Lewta Houae, end ovel Trall'i Store. - . Ie Dr. John Alexander, ST. CLA.llls4VlI..L.lfi, OHIO. OFFICE AND RKHIDKNCE in the Seminary prop erly. West end of town. le? MERCHANT TAILORS, St. Claim . He, Oblo, HAVE ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT - CItfas,Caisiiiier&. Vestliiffi j . wlileh llievriH make to order inthenealeelelyle eml uu he moat reaaonalile terina. ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 2 April 1863

-gtjaont (Chronicle. C'L, AIItfiVlI.,I..tC, OHIO l TfirjISDAY, Atfell, a, 163. tL ' ' . .' . . . .All vonlMUntraliona Intended for Inwfliotl fn ihr iatwr, ar NpoW bafttnaa ralaiina. to tha offiea, hnnid tit aaVlfaiaaJ Bekismi Chronlolr. St. Clilf.ritH, Obt." flag of tha fraa haan'a nopaand aomat Bf aogal hand to tdlnr givao! Taf ium ha a lit tba wwlkln dona, , And all ihf huaa arara bora in tiaavan. ' Forf flsat 1-ial atandatd aiiael! Wbara braathaa tha foa bnt falla bafora as, wlia Fraadom'a aoll banaath our faal, , JUd Traadom'a bannar atraamlng o'ar aal Richland Township Union Ticket. The following ticket wa nominated at (ha Union meeting in St. Clairsville Saturday evening : on Jtntico of the Pence, FRANCIS M. 8N1VELY. Trustees, William clark, mosks noons. DAVID BROWN. Clerk, BENJAMIN ASKEW, . Treasurer, WILLIAM GRIMES; Awsnr, HENUY Pli'ER. C0tltl1o8. ALFRED LAKE. -JAEUU SPRINGER. 8'iiervir Town District, NICHOLAS COOl'ER. "Consistency thou are a Jewel." &c. In his issue of ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 2 April 1863

1 ' 1 I 1 . ! I .1 I- .' - 3eltt0nt Chronicle. Bt. Clatravtlle, Ohio, April 3, 1803. Local Matters. Vk Large. t Clr.wl.tl.ei at ay- Paper p.bllahed In Belmont Canty. OUR NEW TERMS $1.50 in Advance—$2.00 if not paid $1.50 in Advance—$2.00 if not paid in Advance. Union Corporation Ticket. The following tioket U offered for the ufliigua of the people by the Union citifena of St. Clairaville : ' Mayor, 8AMUKL LEWIS. Hccordor, BENJAMIN ASKEW. .Council, ' D. D. T. COWEN, WM. J. CHYMBLE, JOHN LOCHAKF, SAMUEL KLINE, V PR. "A. II. HKWK'l'SON. SSfWABtUN Township Unoonditiok At Union Ticket. The following ticket baa been nominated by the Unconditional Unionist of Warron Township: Trustee J. W. Frnsier, " ' . Chlkl(7 Bundy,, ' ' .. John I toward. Clerk William Smith. Treasurer litruin Uibbard. Asseaor Jacob 11 it jeer. , Constables Moses Purren, J ease Lewis. We are rejoiced to learn that the Union ' men of Old Warren are thoroughly arouHed. " fend are determine J to poll every Union vote In to...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 2 April 1863

Qdtttout tfluoniflt. it. CUiravUle, Ohio, April 3, 1803. Position in Sleeping. Iff goto Weep ion the right air, for then tha atomaoh is ory rmlrli in m position oi ootue lurtiea npsiuu down. and tbe contents ol it ar aiied in paing out nf gravitation. If one) goes to uleop nn th lelt niile tha operation of emptying the tnnii of iu cotiU-Dt is ninre like drawing water from a woll. Alter going to sleep lot tue rxkiy taku it own position. Jt you sleep on your bact, especially soon after hearty bieal, the woiLht n( the digestive or- gana, and that of the food, rutins on the '(treat Tain of the body, near tha baok bone. eomnresvea it. and arrnt tho How of thp ; blood more or Jeas. . If the arrest u partial me sieep ta aisiurnca, anil Inure ara un- jileasant dreams. If tha meal has been ro ' cent and hearty the arruat ia mora deoiilvd, and the artoua sensations, such as fulling orer a proofpiay or the pursuit of a wild ' beast, or other imicnJing danger, and the desperate effort to (ret r...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 9 April 1863

ieiyhUtiday Morning, A!0i LiPOORM , It'.! OKAICTC-ly.nonlc Hull Ilulldlna, onle Hull TluildtnB, TKUMH l fjlngl sub.erllur, net annum, (In diw) ll aot paid iu advanae -SI SO g7-N.pesrdUefntlhiuediitllnarrrgMrp la.. ai ia. opium o Ik publish!. ; : , H;M,;eu I I tli'-w in.!. .,. ; ' ,i ,,,. ' t i t T if ', . t X . . r . r TV "' """ ' " ' - , . , ' i 1 . h .vnF,'M J. .-. -.I . , " ' ' .-. , .. , . , 1 ' ' i- f ir i - T..,.n " . , . ,- r I i - M' ' 1 ' i ' I' 1 1 ' ' i . i . , ' ' . - f I t TIF,. ' . , :' , " ' Established in 1813. ST, OLAlrtSVILLE, OHIO, 0, ld03. New Series- Vol. 3, No. 10; TtttHI 4r AUt Kll IlklMat Oa aneaM, (Ma Snaa at maa,, sa a wra inaai- , . Kara .ubseueirl Imwnion.i On ajuara, thra aaoalh,. - ! aa , ...,.' g .. ...s.S as, atn ... i.mwI fXT'SnoMS Crda. of fnar at OTvan ni, fmhuslr- -, daaaymr and papa. lor........... N. T7Mnknm- araalrur. aaa .xrawUI af aa kiartk oi a coiemn at any limst. elO psr ,nr. not etc.linr mw ...ages, A ball aoturaa . A aalaaan, not avar " ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 9 April 1863

wr end of the prohaMe amount of future taxes? Whjr rrpiiMtsh t no seat leny-th the slanderous editorial of the Londmi Times, and other foreign tiapots, whiteh eywipathile with the rebels? Why give June now with such minuteness nd detail, aoonutifffof the revolt at Warsaw in rcsia tine" of the Russian dra tf Why denounce mHfcal, unjust, oppressive, etc, the Con script irm act? ; For what all those" thlnw are intended, I ksve ethers to determiue. But what their etTeot baa been, ia only too manifest, fira: It hits poisoned the minds of many honust, tnral bentile at home, weakened their sup port to the Government, created divisions aa to paltry questions of party, prevented enlistments an I withdrawn in part that ao . tive moral support which lv il poor e at home Should giv oirlrav me ii tlu-Jtield. Second: It has dii-heurtentHl, tliscnurajred, and in aome degree, demoralised the a i my, encouraged dusertion and insubordination and ao postponed victory and an early and honorable tteaee....

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 9 April 1863

it fit. Clali-vllle, Ohio, April 9, 1863. Local Matters. k. Lara Clr-latlel- T. W" 1 BO In AdTrtc-a OO f notild The Election on Monday. The refttrns M far from trie Townohip Winn in this count- are, tory cheering. We We p-ined in nearly every Township, far at reported at Out writing, olei-aih, Wi imuiMn. Kirkwood. Pease, Wabhino nriM ml llmRLAND have all 1VE1) ' (.1, "" I'.r. a jin en the vote ol 1 tt Fall. Tli vote indicate that the niawes of the n-nU an loval.' and are aiok of the insane effort made by a noixy faction of dieloalit to embarrass the Government and tho army. We' hail the vole of last Monday as the omen of 'better tjmee. Traitor will not fiod r . . n.,,l. in it to niicoiirano them. Now let every Union man in the County ' gird on hi armor" fur next Fall. Lot us have a Grand Uniop) Mketino at St. ki.:..:ii. kp at. an other tioint in the County that may bo be thought bettor, and invite distinguished speaker from abroad tna.l.lnua the oeoule. Let ua form Uniou Leagues. Le...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 9 April 1863

fet. Clafravm, Ohio, April 9, 1803 The Prospect—After Peace What? Atlhorjrh ws haa trailed long lor tlie victories w lis1 rijilit to expect, anri tbo aad ropulso at Fiederickburic Is JBt oiin eniw4, the-f hag never been better pub lie feeliug in' teieot to the War then at thi mosient., The period of enthusiasm end detysis'r) rxpeciation ended with the battle of Fredencksbnrtc. Then came tho period of despondency, when the most stout- heart ed could spcuk,, no word of hope, and the teat attitude the people could assume was an effort to enduro the wont (tint might bo fall with stoical itvliffcr. noe. Treason then lajafl tOt-hoTf it -If boldly nt the North, and the reUila were imnle (tied with' the bop that by sedition and civil war in tho loyal1 States they ahonld win what their owrt strength had failed toavcomplUR. ' But the ksart of the IWth hus recovered itself. tiithnsiasm has given place to coot deter niioation. All loyal men have come to seo that there ia neither national nor pe...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 16 April 1863

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Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 16 April 1863

dthi0ul tSutonitlr. . W.i ... A i -.-. u. . THtRfDAf i ihllL M, !. ". ,. .Atl toanianteatloirl. Intended Ihr Insertion Im It PM")W eM mating W Ik agio, aboe! b sbntmt tmtK St Cherries. , Okie." L. ... ....'.1-1 f Ik fr arr few aadvhanM I Br nl hiitfi I valor sir! Tbe stars have lit ths wslkln dora. . Am ail tkf has war bora -a heva. Forever last tost etsrkf.rd basil Wksr braatksa Ika lorn bat fall for a, . Wlfk rradom'i soil banaatk oar fet, . Am4 Freedom's baaer streejainf a'ar I i: WUm 1 The Election of Last Week--Large Union Gains. We have not vet tteeivnd reimrt front all th Townships of tbia oounly of the majori tie given at the eleotion on (he first Mon day of April ; but we hare received enough to satisfy na that the Copperhead majority of 1077 on Congressman lain Fall is reduced . (hi spring to Ice than 600. We have made rarge gain in nearly every Township, so far , is reported, whilo in not a single instance nave tbo Copperheads substantially inureae ed their majorities of ...

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