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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 1 May 1861

y r. & j I "Acta) lal JQ - e paper discontinued nti'l il erToejTkgca'er OStitae-. - -' - "- n . Oae Hkrrtrftt br leas ' Ti:'" gear,..,...... -.,.,. -fomrtk f k ol. tfara auut.. i 8 barraTrtiKBciu lrt4 at a rtonabl u larted at a reasonable rate, .t foa:3roaxaiaiJIrUji.l rate, ITjadrtiMwaartrt4UiiMWr t. h lwMd.thrwiithey will b cantinaed aiilMAaa.ao4 eSaraed fokaAlhe RdrosaatyitaMTanuea... J7Casmal aartiseaenu U be paid far srnev. hn s Jj.uo-.d ; a." : . no ; ; 'i ol 1 . ' 3S job t'ltiNTfllCOl ;" aTariaf a sapenor anwtaen i josijr rinunaj ais rial, w aro prepared to execau ia tba 'best ssannar.al Ma4afpiSMi umiiiniv urwoa.-. rretxanuaes, sUI rukoca. . .1 iitsre DsMrsjSi, . 4 ftci.U. . . "; Btasks.all kinds, Handhilkeis - 8hs Sills, eta. ' - t- .v, ' Isjsflsrlsiny ihuif dest J nibs shape sf rXMrni;, a fwseeatliat eanaaiiailterait,aad, vitlt the greatest H swsekw We keen Constantly on hand a rood aaanrtaeB Cards aa lsAntrv frsia.'wUak Ibase isant I frUUag eaa select ....... . , . .....

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 1 May 1861

1V,. -wxBrra. jr. inniiruii. EDWARD SPEAR A CO , lf aaufactsrersarid desWin Lumber. A'. 'SB.nri. tada.S.'wa. Fiom-. rL. '-ft? " Ltn' ICutl Street. I . ""V on xi. Il.tH MXBBOXY. W" HHULLdt CO., Manufactures uTbMI b. ..uu -a a - t - whkiuct, iivn tID Slid . ha .n i - . ... I w ta WOW v AVjfS . tnuHOrnca. PATCH dc OPDYCKE. Dealers by A. ,. Voi,"-! aad buu. In Saddlery EvJnn Varrlag Trimminrs. and yu,l..n,.ii yddlea, Traak, Ate. lul Bid aUia nareet, Tl rjfctror of Raddle. Harness. H raf.2" " Timm,ne Farm!c . fw t aorswrsj fartill Co.. O. (Dee. t t. e. iiitciicock. m. d. pHTSICIAN and SURGEON. Mee- I- aa.TTamball Co., .Sie at (ui co-rear. nr Mr- Fearer' Store. (Oct. 17. lfoU.gm. ! a. j. area, a . a afs. a. a. N. J. & 31. RICE PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS Btacevlll. Tromball Coanty. Ohio. mui tmn, a. a. - t.r. mum m a HAR3IOJT & SttlTII. PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS. 0m nana fide of ta Pablic Sonar, oehear n-oni 7 to 9 morning ud cvcalsg uj 1 J DAVIS, 41, D., Ecledic Physician 4k "erreon. C...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 8 May 1861

TA. OiihiloUuu - - -5 v. :i u Is r SI SBrtklij nmilq Icurnal, Dfuotrii fa mbom, Slgrirnltarf, Xitrrafar?, (B&nratian, Xaral. InflIigfnrftoub iV&ms; of'-ir SAPQOOD & ADAMS. 0 .-?.; tTir WARREi TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, TTEBNESD AY, M AYls.'l 36 1. VOL. 45. NO 3 9 riWHOLE NO.-Sa; H ' .1 i - -- J . i 1 t I-il t J I 1 . . I J ' t YJ Poetry. THE AMERICAN FLAG. When Freedom, from her moantaia height, V Unfurled her auodard in the ir. She lore the aznre robe of night. And let the iltn of gloty there. She mingled with its gorgeooe die .The milky baldrie of the ekiee ."And tr(fd ik pore eelesu'irwlille,'' i With trekings of the -orn!rig light;' -. Then, from its mansion in the un. She elled ber eagle bearer down, ' And gave into her mighty hand The symbol at herehoaen land J '. Majectiemonatch of theaload. - .-. Wira rear' (rfoft thy regal form, sTo hear the tempest trnmpings loud, -lAid aea (he lightning lances driven, When atrire the warriors of the storm. And rolls the thunder dr...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 8 May 1861

StlfSfmr .rrrlf aTfirrmtrfa C"" 3. A. ADAMS. . M. UAfOOOD t ItttOll. ' The March of Opinion. It it bteraating to note tie progress tit r eatlaest among tie people of the free State within lit' kit few days. . etroag was tie desire for peace, and (reat tit reluctance of tit sum of tit .4u.ena to the Terr idea of wsr. that tV..' . . . " T &av oonie ana roroome, lor yean, inaulta Je no e aiaveoeracy of the acni, that no other people tader tie heat 04 poaatasins their ttrecgti, woald have avbaitted to, for oca no meat Treachery an lit cabinet, treacitry ia tit army. vrcmcerj ia ue aiu wumot, ana ea mo anrama bench, ttinrcafion of rowers . c , cubordiaato civil and military oScera, aeia ing of pablie property, tad tit violation f all the rihU af person and property priraU citiarcJ had been isbmitted to with ttJy now and then an indignant pro test from tit berth, cstno decisive oeaa- nrcJ to eeuoteract the mischief. It was sot BtU arnuea had bees mustered in tie 1 aanli, eiril war ict...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 8 May 1861

THE . MtzUty fyzttkt Chicle SIPCOSl'k lClXS, freprittorg, r TtKHS-Ott Dollar aae! Fifty Ceata, Mraae , Tw-a Dollars, If aaymeat la tMtlw la aavaaee He paper dleeeaUaaedaattUnarvwajtM are ' eeo.pt at taoeptiwaedtamawblishers. RATES Of ABVEETTSINa eqaaie.twelTe Nbos or Iw. Bret InsertJoff, 9 each additional iwaortiM each additieaal insertion..-. we eemarwa, three m.the. ...... ....... ' . Six aVM&tsM a ana rear . Owe twsuih af a eelamn, thrw. swaths eo .1. 4. ......... a - as rear... So LeaiwradvertJoeaMBta Inserted at a reasonable address Cards inserted for the year, at SI. per "ZZZSt-tZr. 't: ktrTtra a.av4 amrr4for aitaeaberermtea. JOCa aladv.rtt.et.. karat. fer.ho. JOB PRINTING, far! a seperior sssmimiat of Job Priating rial, are ara praparad ta execute ia tha best saaaBer.al Mad af plaia and fancy Book a ad J ok Frinupi, Addrcee Cards, Certificates, Label,, Baeiaeee Cards, Check Books, af aaifests. talk Checks, Colored Printing, Netos. Bills of Lading, Drafts. Programme Sail T...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 8 May 1861

MonfictuwsVand delersin Lum&erH- ft nrs-i-in I vs. i ..- . -- Trr-lA,?0 WNIl.Yr Yy -JpiULL & Cp.. Manufacturers VLIli.'fif ST"5. . Iro. aad Bras. . ; , iyr4T"d hnchta- cn t! 6ih Liberty 'AtrMUtWarr. en. Ohio. a mV, w a. . rHtOR UPDTOXJt. AAia- OPDYCKE, Dealers by 'adr 1 i " Retn- ,n ddlery Hardware Crrtt Trimmings, and Manuieetarert of Har- t.'l'VLIilM-T.aSLOR A Trunin Am a". - r Trunks, 'Ate. iJtiriiM "Tan! - pUTSICIlfLB4UE6E62r; Me,- tOot. l?,lKG0,6ml tZV. J. & M.RICL3 H1SICIANS and SCRGEOX Braeevlllc. Trumimil CoBE.rll.h.io.. -'. -1 s r r . - J. T. ith. u. a. pHTSICUSESnAURGEaSS " "J of the Public Square DAVI3, M. D.. Eclectic Physician t of th ihiEt. h.rket atreet;W..ait. 0. WOODS &, W00DW0RTH PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS. DR. T. G. HORTON Eclectic Phy LOr-c-yELSON, Physicians) and I terjoiu, It of th Enk. Jdirket 8t isnkiskint Stores. . ., n. x.-BTttMi: C -r j. T. 1L fTILUr - . - tit n. Stilet C. waCLrsALa pkodccb akd comjiisjios JfER CHARTS AB Mum la - &VetLPkik...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 14 May 1861

,r a- U -' l' ' ; -. V , .) I ' i . I .' m . Mil r . a m ii a , -'- r 1--rr--' lt .'. H ill vol. 45, m s. ! , i WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, ; TUESDAY, MAY U, IHuV, ,- it -y 'rr v.-. ,. WHOLE NO. 232 S , f , ! ' -" ' .l.l t. 'lirrl ft airrwYi i ' . ; ,: !.? : " V. ; ('! I i ... .' '. ,i ? I i' .' : Poetry. Poetry. [Written For the Chronicle.] TO ARMS! YE NORTHERN FREEMEN. vMEar. r. 'I u To nriin .' J Jfoi't!irtv fintMi, Your blotsdirijf eounlry ciilU; . Tliyo1el flng fliwtins f ,"j ' ' f Ml (' Too loiijj yn' borne NL'grOMinij, - ' Tod lonj Imve 1o(!iI tlir ktioi', ( ,f Ari"C, cfueii ouTtlia trnil.). And Jiroff ye Mill ro fn-r. HI!. ' m '.' I if1 doc ill froi.t fiil dihhotiiir Columltl:: a injtircj iiainf, Trnnimit not. to your cliil.livu y .. , . , Ad licritajca of alianxh , ., . ; ! ' Defend tliot alarrj- Immnr,, i .. Your noble fathers kor '" Thnnighconca of atrif nd '(snrna;i-, ,. On lnko, and aca, and-ahorr.- h -' "f "" ' "' , ,' ; ,. Ttofuro the walls of Yorktow.' .'. ', ' On...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 14 May 1861

Mtslmx Xtserfce Cfcroiwlt. O. A. ADAMS. o.n. iiAi-ooon D I TO K WARREN, TUESDAY, MAT 14. - .. . f L "' - Semi-Weekly. It is to Ic erpcctttt that within tlie next lew -days, or weeks, important cronts will transpire, an 1 In rrler to nceornmoJute. os f-r as in o-.tr power, those of "our renders who may not lavo aoot-s to daily paper, o shall, for a short time, i.suc a scrui wccklj of half the Aw of our wctkly. In t";oing this, we shall incur confidcrablc cs n3e, witWit any additional pay. natis l.ed to bolioTO that our efforts to plea will bo appreciated by our readers At a time like tilt, when great events arc trans piring in Tnpid succession, when the inter i t which all feel is most intense, and nci ihcr daily papers, semi-daily, nor even the telegraph itself, can lcc-cp paeo with the op petite of the public Pr news, it is not to I! expeetfld that a weekly nor serui-weckly j'apcr, published in a town where there is no telegraph, can siitinfy more than a very mall part of tin: crav...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 14 May 1861

Home Intelligence. Advertisers I VH1 find Uitir advertisement in one issue ech week. It U of conme impossible to get thera itiench Issuo. KewailreHiaomtnta should do handed in by Wednesday and Saturday. The Gas Works. Th main jdpos are now laid on Main Slreat from South nearly to Market, and on Market, Ctvm Main to Liberty. A lot near the riTer, liotwwrt the fnilrcin.l and tha daiial ia tlie spot arreted for the erection of tlie Works, which emnnienee im tiediatnly. Tho laying of main pipes will continue without delay, until all tho principal atrorta nraaupplicd. Many rd'tlie citir.ena owning building! on the streets whM the pipe lins becu and la to be laid, are having eenrioc pipe put in; nmotip times we notice the new building of A. D. Webb, (in cluding the new linll.) W. rnckard'ntora and .'welling, tho alorea of J. . Dunlap, J. It. Woods, J. Ooldstcin, Ac. the contractor, Mr. W. D. Pnrrtali of riiiladelphia.asiiated by bia on Mr. D. f arriali, aro pushing the muttor ".head w'" "...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 14 May 1861

MILillNERY. .w .... .-" k .aa, eaa a?-; J. 1" a Wholesale and Retail. REMOVAL. MRS. C. W. MESSER, AGT Tnvinj; removed into the new ta -n-Jt. t:ommedlois rooms, ' OVER Mi COM lift 4c SMITHS STORE I now opening one of ike 'urges! and tinest stock of good ia the Millinery line, ever brought to this place, among which may be found BOX KTS, "f every description, from $aooTo a3 a o HEAD DRESSES, of every variety, BLACK and WHITE RUCHES, CHILDREN'S EMBROIDERED BONNETS AND CAPS, PLUMES, from 25o to HI, FLOWERS fc RIBBONS, BRIDAL WRKATMS, CLOTILDA HATS, BAND BOXES, HOOP SKIRTS. LADIES tad CHILDREN'S HOODS. NEW STYLES of LADIES and MISSES' CLOAK PATTERNS, SHETLAND WOOL, and numerous other new and desirable anio'es. XtRTnember the place, over Mo Combri ik Smiths' Store, corner of Main and Market streets, entrance or Maia atreet. Mrs. C. W. MESSER. Act. Warrea, Nor. 7, IrlGS.l LeRoy's New PHOTOGRAPHIC AMBROTYPE ROOMS IN RIVER BLOCK OVER a.. E. HOIT I 108 STORE, Aie now in successful operations,...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 17 May 1861

.!V! ( KK1 "I .1 ) J I ; ) I i . VOL. 45, NO. 39., WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY J7, 1561. WHOLE NO. 2323 Reserve n uiieaiele. Poetry. THE FIRST GUN IS FIRED. "MAY GOD PROTECT THE RIGHT!" BY GEORGE F. ROOT. Tl Flint Oil l FlBKD I "May God protect the right!" isti till fre-born kidi of tb North sriso In power's avenging might! Shall the glorious Vn'utm our Fathers mad By ruthless hands b sundered t And we of Freedom 'a saered rights By trsit'rous foe ba plundered T Arie! Arise! Arise i And gird ye fur the fight I And lrt our wnteh word ever be "MaV OOO rOTICT TUB BlOHTl" Tut FiUT Gcm M FlBID ! It echoes thrill the land, And with bounding bearta the patriot throng Now firmly take their stand. We will bow no more to the tyrant few Who scorn our long forbearing. But with Cufaaabia'a Stars and Stripes We'll qeencJi their trait'roue daring. Arise! Arise ! Arise ! And gird ye for the fight, And let our watebword ever be, "Mat God Psotect ths RiuhtI" T Fimt Gin is Fired ! Oh ! ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 17 May 1861

Mnktn $cstrit tf-Jronidc. 1. A. ADAMS. . t. N'.IIAWJDO!) ItO. WARREN, TTJESDAt, MAY 17. Plant Another Acre. The withdrawing of a portion of tbe young men hitherto engaged in agriculture, the increased consumption and waste of bread stuff always eonaequcftt trpcro war. and their almost invariable hfcrtase in prioc, offer the most eVgetl Wtfcemoufs to farmers to ctctt themselves to the ut most to supply the drta-and whioh will be fure to exist for their prodfe-tft There ia great danger that amid tho excitement of t'.-.o times, and their honorable anxiety to tarn the stalo and progress of the war, and to render all tho assistance in their power, that they will forgot that next to going in person to the battle field, the raoat effectivo way in which they can aid those, who do- go, is to dd their part tow. srds furnishing a full supply of tho neces saries of life withotft which war could not be carried on, tho want of which would render the strong soldier weak as an infant, and be more s...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 17 May 1861

Home Intelligence. Oil Refinery Burned. Th Oil Refinery of Messrs Stewart & Crsiil, just south of the Mecca township line, was Imrned on Monday afternoon. Th lid blew tff from One of the stills, and filled the building with gns, which at one Ignited and act the building on fire. D00 gallon of refined oil and 175 bart-ela wor dfttroyedj Abont fifty of the noighbor turned in the runt day and helped olenr off the rubbish preparatory to re building, whioh will be done Immediately, lioea $1000. Xo insuranoe. Going Again. The Steam Saw Mill of Messrs. t)err 4 Iteed which whs burned few weeks ainoe, has been rebuilt, and ia again, in full operation; The Miterprislng proprietor were Dot disheartened although the first tnill wa an almost total loss, but in just about four week the sew one was running, it ia a better milt In every respect, Uin the old one, and will soon hate more ma chinery in. Rifle Company Accepted. The Trumbnll Rifle Company, Capt. Bar rett, ha been accepted by the Sta...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 17 May 1861

Attorneys ASPER & WATSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Warren, i V On Oluee N o. tfl,1., MnrkH St., over C. Mn.er's 8-nire. ftb. U, l-i. W . It A T'L I F F - law oiriCH la over frwmn, Hunt as Co.'a Hanking ll.,ue. (for. M-rlT sampled by lie., Ratlin" ox Spear.) Market Warn-o, Ohio. jun-3 LBERT r ilTLu ATtornTy d V Lew, Warren, Ohio I auk. ifw). 'y J A. W. JONES, . " A TTORNKY AT LAW & Insurance IV. Agmt. Otiic I sl.rket sire-l, Warrua Otiic Iti U,. Ceuncil Room, loot , Vruuihull On., Ohio. April 4. IW.-ly t. W. 8MITH O. 1,. WOOD. SMITH & WOOD, 4 TTORNEYS AT LAW & 1NSU- J. V RANCK AUKNTs. Oder In the Council Hi.um m (he lo.t ol Market ftreet, Warreu, Tr.mbull Co., Ohio. At"'ii4' 'b".-iy W. 0. FOHRIHT. II. L. M RNETT.' 1'OKKIST & BURNETT, TTOKNEYS. Ollice on east aide V of Public Square, (formerly occupied by lion, fc. I', lloRu-.an.) Urr-:u, Immbuil Co., Ohio. August III, Ir.'ill. JOHN D. KING, Attorney t Law, Warren. Ohi. ODine on High Kin-el, N.rtli of t ... c it " . . ......

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 21 May 1861

--- .iii,.i.iihh mi mm rinnm-r -4.. i i. .ii.it.ji.iji nrii i ' "' '''- ''' '." ...... ..X A HOTA'i .11 .0 ft r n ,.- ii "t.n I.- mi. i. ... . .i.i rrmi .; t..i mi' ft v .i'...' t M ii n,r i'l.nu-,"...,,.,...,....,.- .'V '"V .. , , ATI v. ,1; .s.fl 'fw B ' ut n Urn u rarnw; . : vMuy wj1 0 i' i , i m era 51 fr r-irr-j - 1 1 up .- v -'.- -.. ... , ' 1 1 ' ' ; ' - ' , , i I U 1 VOL. 1 4 var..!. 45,:(ZNT0. 40. ; ;, WAKREN,; jTRUMfcULL .COUiNTY, OHIO, TUESDAY, , MAY" 2 1 ,". 1561. 1 1 .'.I WHOLE 'NO: 8329 . 4 . . ...... t . ' I Poetry. [Written for the Chronicle.] [Written for the Chronicle.] I CANNOT SING. BY ELNORA ADAMS. 'f ' i ' T ' , 1 r""", 1 1 I MBnot ling, for noituw flinpDtli Hi lengtlieanj thJow o'w my troubled ind even id my Jleep. dire Viiiniii britiRoth, " And dreamilbat m&Vi my ilumUrt all un ' 'ids- iO (.! hint .xi.tjt . I( I cannot iing my muoU, lo4 touatry btnd' -KT '.r 'j' u'U"7 -'' 1 i w wiadi drd pr.ge of. ooraiog Whicb, if it lh' hop of Patriot martyri ran drth, ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 21 May 1861

ffitsittn $tstrm Chcniclt. (.N.HA1000 WABEE2T, FMDAT, IftMTOaS. XkY 24. Military Correspondence. CAMP DENNISON, May 17. LdUort Chrhtia.: Since my last com inunication wolw been plodding on in about thesanie routiueof daily toil. Mil itary would be monotonous were it cH for the constant employment of tho mint as well as the body. We get no tinuAto think of my thing else. For instanoV. we are compelled to be astir at it A o'clo 4 in the morning, the roll being called at f o'clock, A. M. at 20 minutes after fire the non-commissioned officers recite and drill under a drill roaster. At 7 o'clock tho drum beats to quarters, and the com pany is drilled by the commissioned officers till 9 o'clock A. M.. ot 10 o'clock the com pany are divided into four squads and drilled by the non-commissioned officers, under the direction of a commissioned offi cer. This drill lasts I of au hour. At 11 o'clock A. M.,the commissioned officers meet at the Colonel's quarters for recita tion, which lasts till ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 21 May 1861

Home Intelligence. Captain Mygatt. Tilt fallowing item, which ire dip from lite Cleveland HeTlel, will bof interest to theme y friend of T. K.Mygatt, in thit place, where , he u formerly well known, as welt as in Un boning eonnty, hit Unlive place. He il ton of Dr. Eli Mygnlt, of folstta". Klrtland Mygali, formerly of Poland, Ma Iioning County, Oliio, resigned hie position a Lieutenant in the IT. 3. Navy in ldo9, and hae since been moat of the time iA Europe. Being anxious to bare a hand in linking the pirati eal ships of the rebels, h tendered his eervioee rreontly to the 8ecrctnry of the U. 8. Wary, and waa accepted and promoted to the eom rnsnd of ship of war ready for ecrritfo. My rtt has bad eight years experience in the U. 8. Nary, and waa always a favorite officer among hia men. He inberitt the patriotic blond of bit ancestor, Major Eli Mygfttt, whose residence the British troops, under the com mand of the brutal Oor. Tyron, burned, at Danbury, Conn., on the SCth of April, 17...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 21 May 1861

-i's in . a. a. tan ASPER & WATSON. . . ATTORNEYS ATitA;W.!!Wrreo, iV O, OftceBa. tS.atarkeirH;, bvrfrd Hoaer's Store, i ! . (J f, I .'..Wb,6, Jri... I W . RATLIFF'B AV LAW OFFtCR U orr Freeman, Hani ft Ca.'e Banking IT mho, (for merly occupied tj Oo, ktUtf Ppsar.) Market XI. Warrea, Oiito. . jaa:13 ALBERT 8. II ALL, Attorney at JL Law, Warrea, OM. Ag. . IrtiU. ly J A. W.. JONES, TTOKNKY AT LAW & Insurance xX. Agent. Hi, la th. Council Itooa. foot af aiarkrt Btrrrt, Warren, Tramoalt Co., Ohio. April 4. 'Wl-ly 0. W.SM1TU . . UWOOD. SMITH & WOOD, A TIOKNEYS AT LAW s INSU 1 V. RANCH AQKNTd. OlCot In the Council Kooi t the loot of Market Street, Warrea, Tr.mbe II Ce., April 4, Jbw.-lr W. 0. FOHRIST 11. L. BURNBTtT F0RR1ST St BURNETT, A TTOKNKYd. Offici'on ael tide A V of Paul la Square, (formerly .coupled by Hon. B. P. lloQV.n.) Warren. irumliull C.,OhW. . Augaet 1U, !i. JOHN D. KING, Attorney bi Law, Warren. Ohio. Offlto on liigh Street. Nerth of tbtCuurt lloam. April 'v-y ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 24 May 1861

VOL. 45, NO. 40- WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1561. WHOLE NO. 1329. Poetry. For the Chronicle. TO MY SLEEPING, BABE. BY MERCIA BOYNTON LANE. Darling! art thou dreaming? 1 Ar Angels hovering near. To teach my baby how to smile, Thy mothrr'l heart to cheer? r are they whispering to th, , Of future years to come , . , Of joys and dark'ning sorrows, Which beset our earthly home? V. how my heart enfolds thee. My darling, first-born pet . ' ' ' Surely no lor so pure and bright ' As this. And yet, and yot Another lore la blended ' Within that tiny form; ' A uotber heart stands by me -To shield thee from the storm. ' Thon'st come to bless us, baby,. In beauty and In love, '. t To be a sunbeam io our home, o . i A precious ''houschald dors." ' Ol Fatlier, spare our treasuro In all the future years . That may be ours to wander In this "dark vale of tears" To bless and cheer us on our way, , With a daughter's kind caress; To fill our hearts with love and joy And fervent happi...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 24 May 1861

ftSttsttm lcscriit (E-jjionirlt. a. A. ADANtM. O. N. ItAl'OOOIl BDITOBS. WARREN, TUESD A.Tf , KATJJ..T For the Chronicle. Thoughts on Prayer and the Union. Traycr is a petition 'authorities whose prerogative, it is. U. confer tbe. re quested favor. When we petition the Leg islature, for th? jawing of a certain act, or the repealing of a certain law, we fiud ' it necessary to specify in our petition just what we want - It is also necessary to get up our Ketitions according to law, so that we ack nothing but what is reasonable aud in the power of our Legislature to give.ac oording to tha law that be, it is also nec essary to have reputable signers to our pe tition. ". The Christian's petition is to the Legislature of Heaven, to a throne oi graoo made accessible through the blood of . Christ; not for the passage of new laws, neither EclcsiaBtic or National, but to en force the laws that Christ died to estab lish, and the laws for which our forefathers bled. The laws of Christ were anci...

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