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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 5 May 1864

iclmont '-dtonUk '. ST. CLA.RSViLLE, O.: Thursday, May 5, I8G4. fftAJt nmmlcniM intended ler tneenion la the popae, w .pan tiiiftMiM relating In ike ernea, ehoald h adOeni " Biml WmnU l. t Clalravllln, OIim.. ' nt f rres ' ' hP a4 keme ! Br angel hand! to valor given ! Tkf etare bar lit tht welkin donna, A ad all tar hoea war born in heavaa. Terever Seat mat .tandard .beet! Wbara breathe, lb foa bat falls before Sa, With rreeJeia eoil beneath oar Nat, And Freedom baoaar .mauling I'llatl UNION STATE CONVENTION. STATE UNION CENTRAL COMMITTEE ROOMS. COLUMBUS. O., March 22, 1864. Taa tt.i'Wrsign!., rcprvsrmii.g tli Union ornni.uon til tha Unite of Ohio, Imrcby invito all quahtvd otrt f the stte who ilffirtti H'lcottfiitiaiml mfi.uicinnc f iha Union, the supremacy ot th U niitniioti, and tht f omjlne BnppreynirtM ul the rxutins Relu-muii. with the can thereof. Iijr iTftin wnr and ail apt and tth am til niana ut tmi deFeute. to a ConVe mloii to as eeial.ie at lj n arrt Oa Wednesday, Ilic2...

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 May 1864

8T. tiVlUSVlME . : i MAY 5. Local Matters. T Lariatl Clr1tla "7 V' futeTiaiiaai In .! . New Advertising Rates. ' ' TO. Iel1awi.it prleee of advertlatna have eeea agreed "era. ay ihe publi.here of peecr. 'lair.eille, Is l.k. ta.ct front and liar Nufanilicr I, V.ee Hun (liiieeorlee.).'hreeorleMineriionai so W.Z.,r!IO line.leach aubteqiient Intertion... ' 60 H eaaaro (10 !') three aioetht ea o eiz raai.iba r;. we da twelte raeuia .. t 00 .. 10 .. 110 w ..aw .1 uu .. w ..II 00 far aoaarea, lhra montha , .da ... . aix months da twe'ee montae Faree eqaaraa, thr.. raaithe. 4m eia moiithe Jb llva month. It (HI Prafe..ienel Card, ana year-. 00 Legal adrarlieeaiente, ana ar thraa tneertione. par aare af tali hnaa ' Ba.u eaa.eauentirM.nien. per aqaara I to til (Ml . t S'J . I 00 1 WW a.T0rea .taticee. net axeeediug 84 liliai Eaeh additi.nal ted lin Attachment a.liee. Adwiai.traier'a ar fcieantar'a rtetieee. A aneaaeeoienl at' marriage, and deathe free, ahituarv. aiiariiabla and rnlieiuue noiic...

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 May 1864

lelnwut fi5I0wlt. ST. CLllItSMLLE : : : MAY 5. THE FORT PILLOW MASSACRE. THE FORT PILLOW MASSACRE. The Reports of Rebel Barbarity Confirmed- Graphic Statements of Eye- Graphic Statements of Eye-Witnesses-The Rebels Gain an Entrance Under a Flag of Truce-Union Soldiers Shot Down in Cold Blood, and Bloodhounds- and White Men Burned and Burled Alive. .The St. Louis Democrat publishes. full Bcooant of the massacre of the garrison at Fort Pillow, given on oath by Mr. El ward B. Etinton, a eivilian who was a resident at Fart Pillow at tha time of the rebel attack. Mr. Benton escaped lt St. L-iu!s, and was there exainined-by order of Geo. Roeeran. His testimony fully confirm tho previous raporta of the barlwitit ect committed ly the rebels. We copy the material parts : ', VIOLATION Or Till FLAU OP TRUCK. Q When tho flat: of truce came io did they Make any disposition of their troops round the fort there Y A. Yes, sir. After the flu of truce was seat and the firing ceased, they came up on 1...

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 May 1864

air7n,' v ,--"---rrnr:TTrrn tlflpl ,11 .-.I 1 1 in-' Dili 1 I- II. ie) !.!:. l, , i'-JUifff Ml' 1l ." " 5intleakerllM,t)r tfipwn, H1 4rooe). fl 0 V:nn:iA::i;7::i:;;;;c:: J eeea,u ik "vS ruhiulwr, vi . ,; . , morrM Wfi iT "rvri-f f.i'T -M iaae'" ml mi to mn H htt$ ....-a-l IMOfflt) 111 01 ITT I fl VT ' . f .'. ,.rr-, :3 : , . . , r.. . . .."! .' - .i ii; . -1 . f ........ r ... i- . I " 1 Business Cards. V I' I! TBNDKtlUB rROFBMIONAI. SERVICE TO ike riliiiui of DriiUfptm ad vieiititr. OStee "tTmi A Whell's Drugstore.1 ' '' ' jsf l-IT.B'llle (WW , ,.'.! 'II t-"', 'I 1;1 - -., .i'i' r-., -' rr- ' - ill'ya.1) -V I f!-- ! '!: ': - iil!:' r:;:p.;DrT.:CpwW,,:; Attprndy; at - Law ;. sTchmsvuMt'6.t ',' DTT'C fplt he Lewie House, end eves Trail's 4tni:' Mi urn 'ii::V Ji :. ' : :i ' v .';. f i ii I-.. .s 'SWC'tAmMVCLLTCOMIO. t ifrbfc"'XKlJ R wnnKNck' iiiih' h. iliilUrV prop. ii -Ii:, fkl I.e. fM. f :'! v it. ; k ii i " HAVING .rmmwpiUl)-loldiiif?'l' Cl.AIRSVII, would r wrtfiitl iinimiie' IHI h...

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 May 1864

Itlnwnt hrcrmcE St. Clalmille, QMo, lUj 15. .'Ml mKMlMini wwmSeS Nf tmastesa In th. .1 Sari. aa kwfetm salaries M .Or., (kernM VNiiiiI -Batntonl linni.t. Hi. riarreHT.. Me." . f el kas4a lo lor f lv f , far .tin hs. lit tk w.lkia (. . , ' Am ill tkf k w.r kr h.sv.a. f . frTt Seat bat .tanaarS .k.at! , W k.r. brsatbes lb. bmt fill, b.fer. as, Wltk rresdem's toll k.nrath ar feat. UNION STATE CONVENTION. UNION STATE CONVENTION. STATE UNION CENTRAL COMMITTEE ROOMS. UNION STATE CONVENTION. STATE UNION CENTRAL COMMITTEE ROOMS. COLUMBUS, O., March 22. 1864 Tk. aadsrstrned, reprnnn; tin I'nimi crt.ttir.ttnn Ik lh Slat, of Ohio, hereby invito all qitslillrd soters f Ik. Stmt who a.sir. tli. uncomrlitiaual m.ui'.n.iic. ( tba Uaioa, lit. eupeem.ey oi' tba C naiitminn, .nrl tk. romplH. tutirMon nf th. .titjtif rtehfltliem. with Ih. c.um utereaf, b iriiororw war an. all apt and ekV aieat meaju, Is miw to a Ceiiveuuon lo as- siabl. a' Oa Wednesday, the 25th of Slay n.zLkl II o'clock . m. for 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. — 12 May 1864

CldwiUe,' Olio, Hay i3 Local Matters. tatlotl r I Catxatljrs CO. Tbi Union VoTTtM ef Bulroont County art reqaostool to utet io Convention, at tho Court House, St.' Clairsville, On SATXJUDAY, MAY 14, 1864, for the purpoM of appointing too Dolpfates to rfproMnt DalmSnt L'Qunijr in ,the Union Stite Convention, called to meat in tho City f Columbni oil tho 25th of My next. Tho Uoior County Committee fur too Various counties compelling tho XVlth Con (restippal District have agreed that the del egates from the said District in the Stare Convention shall appoint two Di'legirei and two Alternate to represent the XVlth District in the National Union TJoiiverition., By 6rder.ff the Union Co. Central Com,, JtWToimcAU FBoscRirioisL It. has been the enitoM f otifkifl Democratic poli ticians 16 y9ert0ithee;; tfie" Republican 'or, Union Party at a .prosariptive' Party, end j Mine of the. e'endcrati . of St Clairsville bare been particularly clahioroas pnn this Rfcjaot, and have abused this' Republ...

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 May 1864

,TCLAII1SVIUK J r MAY, 12. Schools of Ohio. From the Annual Report of E. K. ' White, State Commifisiortcr oTCttlniin r3cb.ool.,' we compile the following sta ;tisUcs Twhkh jrt report of sufllclcnt erfci Inter, to la Iwfora our rend ers. y ... L- SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL HOUSES. The number bf schools tfinght !ii the Stato is reported as folloivs. ' ""- ' Common Sobools,... Hitth Schools.... Uerman end English School Colored School n Total . 14.661 The average length of time the. IScbooJs have been iu session during the -.year is as follows : . . ' 'Common Schools... trontns, 2 days. High 8ceools 8 " .12 " , "German arid English 7 ' " 2 " Colored School. 5 " 4 Private or Seleot Schools 4 " 11 " 133 175 KO 167 j ENUMERATION, ENROLLMENT, AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE, ETC. ,The whole number of white youth in ' the State between five and twenty-one years of age, as enumerated in Sep tember, 1802, is as follows : Male.. 457.243 female 447,314 ;s. Total 904, 5G2 i ' The number of colored youth ii , M...

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 May 1864

' : rUDtMHIO - '.' I' : , Q. L. POORMAN. . nrrion-MuMU nn nuain. a. few duon Jk;al of Ctoarl HoUm, THItMHl tiailt sekeerlker, itr ennees, (1 dvaee) Vftthie til raenthl : 85 After thettiiae 'k " fj ;rNupaierdieemiiiaed mil ell arrearages are paid, leapt ml tha pu ( ike nubltsker. Established in 1818. ST. CLAIRSVILLK, OHIO, MAY 19, 1864. New Series-Vol. 4, No. 10. ( ' I I I ' m I Business Cards. ' D R. 8. FOED HBNDF.IIS 1118 rilOKKSSIOMAI. DF.RVICFJS TO J. ike eitiiens of Rriilgeporl end vieinitr. OTiee West A Miltlisll's Drug Slurs, juttl D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, 8T. CLAIRSVILLK, O. 0 WCI kpeeslle Uw Home, and aver Trail's Dr. John Alexander, tar. CLAinaviLi.K ohio. L. rriCK AND RltelDBNCIt In the Seminary prop. ' njr, Westead el' town. ( BE. J. "W FISHER i U AVINO permanently loeated In ST CLAIRSVILLE XX would respeelfully announce dial ha ia trepered la perforin all opatalieiia pertaining fen Ms Bref.iiian. C7" All work warranted te give satisfaction. OFFICK a (aw doora '.....

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 May 1864

;EL Claimille, QIuo, May W. oAll eevonuaieoiie tnteudod tot Insertion la th f-uaee, e trews beemesa relating te the off.ee, j " Belmont Wer-msele, St. ClehavWe, (Mil." . aHL-'t'-'IHi-J-LI flag ef Ae free beert'e hep and'homtl Br f el ande to eelor given ! Tkr nan have lit the welkin 4am, And all thy bnti war born m hoarea. forever leat mat standard eheet! Wkara braaihaa tha foa bat falls bafota aa, Wlik Freedense soil kanaath ear feet. And rteedom'e kaaaar tramming o'er net IJUii. -J -I'-lililJI f?M have given tip almost our entire pa ger to the telegraph news of late buttles. We adci$e.ourrenihftnot to belinf all thsy read, or they wiH most likely be disappiu ted. We ittvo it to them just m We receive iV lit eonets ic have but little confidence in the tunc from tM army of the J utomac. When it is recollected that thoee great ar mies were fighting from Wednesday until Saturday, and not line was- permitted to jo to the publio until Saturday, we consider we hare cause to uiietruat tha...

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 May 1864

a - ' .sae. .a,, j. . a. . . y( V W I St. ClairsfUIe, OMo, May . Local Matters. The Largest Circulation of any paper The Largest Circulation of any paper Published in Belmont County. 'jarTuDBAFi. The draft in thle district came off on last Thursday. There Vara many sosioas peraona in town on Fri day and Saturday, from Tarioua Townships, seeking to learn their fate. The wires were pretty freely used by the anxious ones, and by Saturday nearly all the Townships were reported. The ."wheel" performed some very fan tastio freaks. Ip (his (Kiohland) Township the names of two dead men were drawn out Hon. R. K. Chambers, lata member of the Legislature, is among the lucky ones. FLUSHING TOWNSHIP. J. A.' Vance, Henry Cash, Smith Vanfoasen, J. (J. Unities, II. E. Hamilton, Nelson Hi nes, C. H. Stewart, Moses Early, .. .,. . John Fox. Mshlon Ilatoher, John Vanouren, Oeo. P. Collins, Weorge North, Elisha Steer. . . Win. Russell, : John Price,- J. D. Ford. Jasper Speck, . Lucius 8 to wart, onl'd,...

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 May 1864

til CUJmlta. pttto, il&fW. PREMIUM LIST PREMIUM LIST —OF THE— SIXTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR SIXTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR OF THE Belmont County Agricultural Society, TO BE HELD AT ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio, On Tuesday, Wednesday aad Thursday, Sept. 20th, 21st Thursday, Sept. 20th, 21st and 22d, 1864. Class A—Thorough Bred Horses. Best Stallion 4 y'rs oM A op. dip k $15 10 3 ". 6 ' " 2 ,..,.. iillt o 4 - 1 1 ter " " ...... 4 3 fi-st spring Coil ' ...... 3 2 ' brood roam, 4 yr oM & up din & 6' " filly, :3 " 'f " (J -.4 . r. . . l -II... l 4 3 - 'J'., ' : 1 -? d M, ".'; 2 spring filly ;." " 2, . I Entrance fc 10 portent.' - - n I .. Ixhibitors aro rf qujifid to deposit with the, Secretary, lor tbeusd pt ,lip sworine oommittce, an autheutioateil pedigree of each aniniitl, at tho timo of entry, or lieforu they male thair exioilnafiou.1 Tlif pditeo tq bo unbroken, and to la touted by the proper authorities. Class B—Horses best adopted to Saddle and Light Harness. Best Stallion 4 years old and upw...

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 May 1864

FUBLISUID -, Every Tliursday llominf, 0. L. POORMAN. (irriCK-Miitontl I lull (aw doors Unt of Cort ilouaa, : " "r"'T KxTm f lfl sukseribnr, per annum, (In aSvanee) SJ SB Wilkin six meittlia J After ihallitse 1' . r.1on,,,,rO.eoii1iiiaedeMllaMarreare)Ssarspai, l the opliuN ol las publisher. . Established in 1813. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, MAY 26, 1804. Now Series-Vol. 4, No. 17. Business Cards. DR. 8. FORD mNIltRS HIS (-ROFKaSIONAL SF.RVICEtJ TO J. mo eilirens of riilKPuit anS vicinity. OUitt V M Mitchell's Drug Swire. JeW . D. D. T. COWEN, Attorney at Law, ' " , ST. CLAIRSVILLE, 0. 6VF1CK erperile ht Lewie Usui, ana' avar Trail's tre. Jar ' Dr. John Alexander, , ' t. CLAIRMVILL1C OHIO. 1 friCE ANDTftBIDKNCIC in lha Bsmiuary prop O ertf, Western) el' Iowa. DR. J. W. FISHER ' BEJVTIST, H A VINO p.rrasnentlv loealea in ST. CLAIRSVILLE jjreeer.d to aenerai all epsraliens pertaining. Bk l Af.iAn. wouta respeeiiuuy' announce in.i n. i. n-All war warranted to five satisieeiion. OFFICE a (aw d...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 26 May 1864

St. CUimttte, OMo, Maj JO. !L..L i VAJI nmnHini lutcuded fur insertion In the . ar pn baseness relating to the office, ehoahl bt Mtwrf "B1iwni Sfvntri. Pi. CleirsvMa, Otii." 1 of tbsA-ee heart' hop m4,1iobi! Jr angel hands to valor give! Tar aiara have lit Ilia welkin dome, Aad all thy Suae were born in taaaraa. forever teat tnal etandard eheet! Where braatkaa the foe bnt falla barer as. With Freedom's aoll benaath anr feet, And freedom's banner atraaming ' ar ai i THE SITUATION. There' is a lull la the clash of arms ; but all around, frqm the Mattopony to Kingston, Ga., preparations are going forward for another great struggle. On Friday night and Saturday Gett. Grant made a successful movement, by which ho flunked Lee's position on the right, and it is thought compelled him to abandon his fortified positions in front of Spottsylvania C. II. About one hour and a htilf after Hancock moved his corps Longstrect moved South, and Ewell followed on Saturday morning. The Army of the Potom...

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 May 1864

(Pi St. Clalmilte, Qfcto, May &. Local Matters. Lll Tk ft.r(aat Clraalatlott pmtilult la Melttttmt Coamty. y CoLtimoK ox th C. O. It. R.A bolliHion occurred on th Centrtl Rail Road, Utween Warnook'n nd Liwi on Monday, by which somatwenty-fiva or thirty aoldiera, belonging to the Invalid Corps, wort injur ed, neVUrtl Tary iorioiuly. A mewengor tatna to town and took out all our Surgeons, and when they got there Dr. Estap and othera were already (here, doing all in their power for the injured men. We are told the telegraph operator at Belmont had teen directed to have the train loaded with aoldiera switched off at Lewis', but was out of his offioa when the trkin passed. We fear the accident wai en tirely owing to gross, criminal carelessness, but ahould be glad to bear otherwise. The engine and cars are a oomplete wreck, and the track was lorn up consider ably. It was a miracle that no one was killed. 2rTmt'ca'seof. the State of Ohio Vs. John Ferren, for assaulting Mr. Walter ilew...

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 May 1864

MR moat t. CltumiUe, Otto, Slay SO. The Army of the Cumberland. BATTLE OF RESACA. Operations Before Resaca— Three Days Fighting—The Place Occupied on Monday. Special Dispatch to the Cinematic Gazette. BUSACA. CA., May 17. A mnRnlar eerie cit cpursiiwis haw just liecQiO opletcil, ami 'Ua rebel miny has to treated iiom thu works armiuil U if-aoa. Prosuiuiim thnl you lmo iutoiiisoncj of Onr operations u; in when tjie army Iftll Butsard R'jtvt, I slml! fpcnk onlv ui" lliuso subsequent to tbat.anJ i;ias bnof aniuntior as posmMo. Oh Thursday, May 12, nerrly the whole trinv trn in iimfion t.iwarcl brinks Creels Gap, which lies about fiii.icn units south of 1 Bneznrd llwxt, mily IJowani, with Woods' and Stanley's divisions being lot't to threat en the enemy in front o! Dalton. It should beob?nrvi;d, however, that Gn. McPheriOtr, crowing directly over from Vil lanow, had passed through Hnnke Creek Gap as esr!y us Monday tho 9th of May. By th morning of FiuUy, May 1 3ih, the bulk of forces we...

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 June 1864

''! punusniD Every Thursday Horning) 0. L. P00RMAN, 'ttVrlCC-MMonlt Hull UutlcUn. ' efew door K)tt of rouit , , v TEHMlii lerle iabeerlher, per iirtam. (In advance) M 00 Tvlthia ei a aia (neMhs 35 Atier tnai time ' 7NoMWrillMOnlinul antllall arrearages areaid icept at Uie optica ol Ilia publisher. Afler that lime t M r t t r Mil ( iSstablislied' in 113. CLA.XBSVILLE, OHIO, JI7KE .-2a864!l.v.! 3STew Serle's-VoL 4, No. 18. v i ; t '' '''' " '; ' i. Business Cards. R. H. COCHRAN, ATTOBNET A.T LAW, r 9T. CI. AIRS VII. LIJ, OHIO. UyFICB three doors l am o the Curl House, DR. HENRY WEST 1 xlTAR rerumed th pruciire of Mcdirinp nnd fturuMf. XX Ktl-icc Vm end frf fowM. Otitoe til lruf tltnra ;; T C, t. POORMAN, Attorney & Counselor at Law, 3T. O LAtRSVILLE, O. OFFICR Mnmifc Hot) nuiidinjr, a few doori Ent of Die Court Houne. Speclnl nrfntioii tjlvtm to the cotli'Ctirin of cloimt iaintlite (j veruntcut fr Hoim'y. Hues. Pay. jVeiiion, Vay for Hot arm or o her property lout in ihe tirvica. ...

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 June 1864

- St. CkimUle, Ohio, Jario 2. . .All aaaarmiilcaelon intended for ineertioa hi th paper. ifM buainee relating to tbe odiea, aboard In k4KM4 "BelMrtll.rlel, St CUirsville, Onia." !.tI-J-J.'JH.l.'l-ll'-JB ria r Si aneat hands lo valor Xlven ! Thy h" ' ' welkin dome, And all tor kin were born m heavea. Forever dost tnat atandard ihHl! Wkni breathes lb fee bat falle befor ae, Wlik Freodern e soli binuthoii feat, Aad Freedom' banntr streaming a'ar as I I I j j THE STATE CONVENTION. It has never been our priviledge to attend any previous Convention where the same degree of good feeling and unaminity prevailed, as was manifested in the Union State Convention at Co lumbus on Wednesday last. Although a delegate Convention, it was unusually large, and all parts of the State were fully representee! ; and represented, too, by a class of delegates that were an honor to their constitue nts, and a cred it to the State. We hazard nothing in saying that it was one of the most in telligent, orderh-, ...

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 June 1864

letent St. GKairstiUo, Obio, -uae 2. Local Matters. The Largest Circulation of any paper The Largest Circulation of any paper published in Belmont County. 9-Ta rr MasitT lArt week sfter we rut it In type e Mnt the drafted lij to.lhe Chronicle office, by the bends Mr. Llonck, with the reqaeit that the Editor would rive due credit to Mr. Allen ot the Cedis Sen tinel for the Mime. Jur!g our surprise, when we read in that paper an arkaowledic went to Capt. Heady, when the list in the K litor'a offioe was in the hand writlnc of Mr. Allen. Of cotirne the Kditnr will et prot eiuiilar faTore in the future. Gaiette of last week. word or twe of explanation will put a tery diffeieat face on the abore, and ehow that the want of manly, honet aotion in thie lAtter ia with the editor of the Gazette. On Saturday, the Uth, we telef raphed to Capt. Heady to eend the drafted list for Belmont County. We learned in the evening of that day that the Gaiette man wm in possession of auch a list. On Tuesday,...

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 June 1864

St. CJWfttUls, OMo, luao 2. Murder Punished by Five Years in the Penitentiary—Sentence of Robert Taylor. WAR DEPARTMENT. ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE. WASHINGTON, D. C. May 9. 1864. OlMBBAf. t'Ot'RT M AUTIAL OlDIR3, No. SR. i. Jtulrtre a Milifnrc O..nuniioii, eonsisting nf l',tiiu (,'. thnis.m. iSih Mtchican Vo'on'cru ; Oipi, I I,-,, f Jriflith, 024 YVirmin Vftinntrra ; Capf." Jam.-t Nutf. 9'h Iiili ins VohmniK;.Cat. U. R, May, 22i Vi.-ift ntiii Vnlii'iitort ; Kirt Lieutenant (vore:. H minon, 11 1 Viemfiii Volunteer.,; ni whit-h oiive-m rj at Mm fTecsboro', Tirtn'te, 8mi. H, sf,3, rur Bllant to SiKicial Oi'iIims No, 8. tlHtrii Post ifcadquarfdr-t, .Mnrf'iit'!l)..rn'. Sft 9, 1 sO.'l, was arraixncd an! ttiuj llobcrt Tjj lor, a itizon. . 6Air.7-"Mur.ll.r." ' -'In ll.i.' tllAf It til fltil ur, a ciiiz'ii of ColTco county. in the State or Tpnncpsee, did heat a nugro woman named "Ritfur" in inch a manner that she fjiei from t lie oiretof the woutnls tftfrt inflicted. Tlifs. on or about thn 3...

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 June 1864

'13! S3 flm'tmt Clivoimlc. 1MJBL1SUED- Bptrtf TJtursdtty ,lT6rnittg, 0, L. POORMAN. tfrrlCtC-MMonlt If all JfWln k Haw doom ICaat of CJomfi Hcmae. tlafle uvserlker, per annum, (In ) M H tViikiaaia saeaiks. . S Aher thai lima t 0 ITTNo paperdisaonllnned entilallaCTeeratesereeaie', itspt at ike option ai ma puniiener. : . : Established in 1813. ST. OLAIIlSVILLE, OHIO( JUNE 9, 1864. New Sories-Vol. 4, No. 10. Business Cards. R.H.COCHRAN, XlTOHNBY AT LAW, T. CLAIRSVlLi.K, OHIO. b FFICE three doors East of Iba Cart Hoax. yjm: henry west HA resumed the practice ef Medicine and Surnwev. ftesMenc I am end of tarfrn. CJAIce at Draff Mora Attorney & Counselor at Law, " st. a LAmavi llb, o. JTVFFICK Masonic Hall Buildinf, a few doors East of ' m voun riouse. Special attention a:tveii to the collection af elaiina against the Government for Bounty. Dark Pay, Pauaiene, hay for Horses or oliar property ion in the service, Ae. , DR. 8. FORD rptWDKaS HIS PROFESSIONAL 8KRVICF TO J- Ua citizens of...

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