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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 24 May 1861

Home The Riflemen. TU first Ounipgfij-cf Trumbull Riflemen. Car. Bnirttt, ae ,een c-rdrrwl into .er vice and are bow designated at' Compflny'C., I9th Regiment of OLia Volunteer aiiljtia.--They left yesterday mornln.t.j' d. 'eiprees .train for Camp Titjlur, at tlovelnnd, where they will await further bMers from head rjuar tor. They number ninety aix, almoetall are residents of thia ecunty,. a furgo portion of them of thia town, and among them are sume of tha mod intelligent an J promising young men of tha tieinity: ' In (he first Company that Uft. (Capt. Atper't) wer. ninny of our beet young roen, but In "the ftiflea," arc atill more; and u tha deep interest felt in the wel fare of all to la eouierned in tha atrifa wblch aeema not far distant, will be added indiridu al aanely for tha aafety of husbands, eooe, hwth.rs and frienda. , ,' , - On Friday evening the netnrxreof the com pany wera addretacd at High School Hall, by Hon. John Hutchlns, and Rev James Marvin. Oapt. Barrett, Lieut...

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. — 24 May 1861

of . .; , SUMMER JiOOTS & SHOES! 2. CP.i.lTi.G-2, HAVING Removed to No. 12, Mar ket Street, Warren, O., en doer eeet of R. n Cwnus'i Hardware itort.it new prepared with thi larj-et and beat telecltd clock ef Spring and Summer Boots, and Shoes, r brocght t this mark. It la well known that t-r rt thf oMtit fcnrt moit cxperlancH boot makers n Wftrrtn( nd th bft niktrl1i ih cmn lie oh t fi?d for oh, B ir wttHnff t wrrnk all wort r 1 to or.ierand will at tho lowoat prlcia.qnaL i cuatidvrod. Iadita' and Goata 1XDIA RUBBER BOOTS, '.. ...: Leather, Finding., Jt., eonttantly ea huid. rrrDonl forget ihe place. i.y.?, '.i.j MILLINERY. Wholesale and Eetail. RE 31 OVAL. MRS- C. W. MESSER, AGT Having removed icto the new comuodloai room.,. OVER MctJO.MBS it SMITHS' STORE It now opening one of ike 'argestsnd finest stock of good ia the Millinery line, ever brougbt lo ibis j.acjj, among which may be found BON ETS of every description, from 33 BO TO $20 HEAD DRESSES, of every variety, BLACK and ...

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. — 28 May 1861

iiWi-i-r y- VOL. 45, NO. 4i WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, TUESDAY, MAY 23, MC WHOLE NO. J330 - -- , . 1 .it.tt r ;;71 .11.0 ! J! IB bwsji . u I ? la ' - uj J I IJJ I I II y I g :, . . , " atua M ( . mm V bW3 W U W W Poetry. For the Chronicle. LOVE, THE ROGUE. BY LIZZIE GARRETT. Stand forth, little rogue, wiU your bow, end your dart. What taeaaeth it, ay, tai hitting the heart Willi that ihtrp little arrow and tearing apart Affections bright ehaia, and 'vetting away, Oae by oae the bright links, without stopping 'to pay? '; ' . ' Speak I speak ( little thief, what meeaeth it, i eay t ( ; . , " : '. , 1 There' Paa, bone away by yeur dimpled, wee hand; And Maggie.yoVre coaxed to a far away land, Mill another, they cay, await your commend, And next 1 expect that my dear wiuiome May, Will be piecing up bd-quilU, aad dreaming II day,.' ...... And ere I ehall think, you wilt lead her away. Like Iambi to the daughter, they'd all go, I . , fear. But if I had my way, tliare' on thing that' '...

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. — 28 May 1861

i. A. AOAMH,, t l'..-.--. WARRE3, FRIDAY, MAY 31 II ! , ald I a Gov. Dennison. Whst we aid on Tucpiiy, Tehtir'o the nomination of Mr. Tt For Governor, ,,wm not meant to. Imply that.Gov. Denoi- oti did not dwcrvo & re-noiubation. lie laVdonp 6o6!v, alwa-, and neer more o than of Lite, ia orgamting the Ohio troops'," notwithstanding ho eniDarrais mcnts midct which he has labored. We t.f not bt those who arc disposed to gruia- r-n Ms Wium he con Id not create an arm of j t.e nl'rj'tho(iFa'iid wtlldiilW, armed and pro j'm ViaiohI troops out of a crowd of raw, un - disciplined Bien, In ten or fifteen days. i- The fault was ih lite pcoplo of Ohio,' be- .:. cause tbrj had completely crusted out all '. mil i ta ry spfrlr, and all bilitarj or'ganisa- '. ian; years ago, and not in Oov. Dmnison. ,i . Ia accordant With the linages of both I'e - jAiblicata and Democratic parties, he should hold the office two terms if he will accept it. j w are line ' a j in Hon David Tod. ti. ThVceTcian ail...

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. — 28 May 1861

Some Ittitlfiitttiirf ' ! AjtItU and DeparWra of Mail. i Orrift.Wim.it , olio, I ' ay it, J"-rt-iwT AMrrrlTra t:0 p m. leave ll:IUii. r.t, de ) IMSam. do I'Mpa. . do lam. d.Sm. , fnt Ihnaia., as do lot m. da ,2pm. Rtuaoa arrives Tuet. Tlmr. Bat. 10 Win. Leaves same days at I H P m. W" "' arrlv. Men. Wed Frl. t p m. Lmih . Toee. Thars. Km. t u a. , ' rJneer,.. trrlvrt Tuel Thnrs. Ii. by 7 p m Lre.ee Mm. w4. Frl at" m. Bwnarii.n, arrlt a Mna. Wed. Frl. ' by T m. U Tan. Thar. Pet. t a ta. F.aiNTaa, arritee Wad. JTfl. by S m. Lnim 1 Taea. Thnrs it T a nt. , 0iTa. Tfa Hack Creek, nanner!' Wills. A., kr rive Fridays at f as. kntri Tuee. at a m. ffrIelle which leave at or before ( a at., araalaaad Ilia proncdlaf evening a p ra. All ethers art areeed kail aa koar previous In their 1t'irlere. ' ' 0. M. PATCH, P. M. , Li"" rap latUri delivered aalecs prepaid. The War Feeling in Farmington. . Meaar. Ewtota. Supposing tli Union lov ,iif itiien of the aooaty ar aaxioa to know Vow th war pult bea...

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. — 28 May 1861

F- E- &U- 1I.-IIUTCIIINS, A TTORNEYS AT LAW. will prao tiee Law ia Trarekall and fcakealag eeantie. 0e a mm aid of Public tVtaar, (formerly ocea tiii by Hea. . f. Hosaau) H erren. Truabali 0. Vnio. May 17, l4t. J.r. ara. - lUiiTrim), ASPER & WATSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Warren, 0-,0SUa.f)t,afarketSI.,rO. Neaer's Stor. feb.S, 17 wTRATLr F F ' 8 An, Law orrica li tf f reernaa, fleet Oe.'e Banking n.aee, ffer rlr occupied by Lea, RatltS Spear.) Market St. Warraa, Ohio. Jeall ALBERT 8. HALL, Aitornej at tAf..iHg, iri A. W. JONES, ATTORNEY AT LAW St Insurance Agent. OfBo In lha Caanell Roam, feet a( Meraet a treat, warraa, Trumbull Co., Ohla. -April 4. W.-ly C.W. SMITH 0. L.WQOD. SMITH & WOOD, A TTOKNEYS AT LAW & 1NSU iXlAKClAfllNTI. Ofno la Um Caaactl Roe a th. toot o( Market Street, Warraa, Tr.ab.il Ca., - April , ao.-iy W. 0. IORRIST. H. L. BURNITtT FOttRIST & BURNETT, A TT0RNEY3. Office on east aide X V ef PabIM Beaar, (formerly eeeapled ky Hon B. r. Ilofrmaa,) Warre...

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. — 31 May 1861

I; A' " k. ' 1 f & J M k" J H H 1 1 1 ., -!;lru. J-' Ad A .A .t ill r wr-tnw H-. v: fc.j. warren; .tSumbuu, coUxNty, oiiio; riupAYrMAY3tr,iS6i.' f ! -r::;;' 'wrtotE'Nowso VOL. 45, NO. 41. Bills v w r " v r v r -t ii ii H ii ii ii ii it ii i ii I II. . i II I IV! U UiM U luJI WD. Ofci . - - , .. - . -- : - - - - . "f Poetry. EARNESTNESS. EARNESTNESS. BY JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL. In rnnall ohimbcr, friend! uj unafn, Toild oVr hi L-ct on poor, uulesincd young nin; llio plaoo w dvk, unfurniturtd anil mrao, ' Yet tLcra lb freedom o( r b'gna. !tli ciira dut duwlv; "urcly, no man yrt lut Urn- U the UeaTy world with lem; , Whl nceJ uf holpT Ho lulew'how lyjie wer IT had daaotlcn spirit and a rr. Hiu'ii earneit tiaturoi arc the firry pith, The compact ouoluui round which lyBUtui K"w; MMtafUf mam bpcomri inipired ttiprevith. And whirl 1 imprrgna'.e with tUf central glow. O Truth I O Freedom I how are y ttill born la the rude atahle, in the manger nurtnd I What humble hands unbar tlioie gate o...

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. — 31 May 1861

83tsto Qtutit &ttmlu O. A, ADAMS. Vitii! WiaaZS, TUESDAY,' KIT itf. The Next Election. Tin time, will toon arriv when Stat ad county (Accra will b pat in noraina tion CO be elected urn rail, in tome re- rpect U election will Mt b an impor tant one, although, wu btliev th uul number of State tod county officer ar to b elected. : A Stat election bearing upoa th reault of a rreaidetitial centeet .jually regarded mor "important, thia th election of State and County cffi cert, bavin so fluch relation Ink w be. litre the elertiou to be beld next fall, ia tiii and other State, will bare a very im portant and coutroliug influence, in the oppression of the gigantic rebellion which now threaten the overthrew of our Na tional Government, and thua belief ing we with other feel aa intereat aa to the man ner in which it ia to be conducted. We are aware there may be aoma difference of opinion upon fie aubjeet, and Tery likely onr opiniona may not meet with general favor, bat onr conviction are...

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. — 31 May 1861

Home Intelligence. Lieutenant Wood. LUttUnant 0. L. Wood. of the trt sompeajr W volaatoer Iran, thit plane, aHvJ Kara Friday. . The napn welieUd (of three tnoiha, and em ttj tv or thirty wlah U tHara at tad tad of lkt period. fae raaU der af la mpaay bar aaliaUa twtfcrM yean. Liana. Wood U aere for th ptirpoee of filUC tooths aompaa triti tho h art williag U eerre UitM year, er to the and af th war. wato, ws think ka will ba bl U empUa Vary aaatly. Tha pay ia food, aa4 tha addi ttooal aaaaty ofaaahuadrod dollar par aaaa ia a atill forth er iadoaamaot. Capt. Hall's Company. ThU Company la aaw full aal awaiU ar Jar to awaa. Moat of the aotdiart aonpaaiaf it, ara fee apaaimaoa af phyaloal ttnagta aad fl '. Abaat half a dota art tic feet four iacbe ia height: Oaa aay, Mr. 8oekeU, af Fawlar, maUarea til feat fonr aad a balf iaabaa, aad weighs tira hundred aad tavaaty paaada. A large propartioa ara from feat 10 inahaa to fact la helghth. Cept. Ball dfterrv (raat 'aradit for bia pertevtraa...

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. — 31 May 1861

OF SPRING HMD STUMER boots &' shoes! 3. CEi.lTi.G-3. I lAVING Removed to No. 12, Mar I 1 kit Street, Warrea, 0., one door east ef K. II timum'i Hardware Mora. I now prepared with lha m' t and ksat (elected slock of Spriug and Summer Boots, , and Shoes, y.t hrovghlU thii rkt. IlU vtl! known that r ihf oldiit nl Oiotprlencftl Woot mukari w V ftrfti, ftitd tha bait BiAtnrir.lt thi can ha . i..ind for ,.., an4 ara wllllnr wi.rri.nt all work 11.14 t nrder aol will nt Uta lanaai jric a.tial' i4 coBildervrf. LaHlM Oaata' .- . , INDIA RUBBER BOOTS, .,1 leather. Findings, fco., constantly oa hand. r'Poalforget lb plao. ,'May i7, 'U1.J MILLINERY. Wholesale and Betail. REMOVAL. .MKS. C. W. MESSEK, ACT removed into ike oew -I X .ommodloa room. OVER McCOMUS it SMITHS' STORE Is dow opening one of Ike 'argest and thieat stock of good ia the Millinery ne, ever brought to this p'.acu, among which maj be found BOX ETS, f very description, from 0200 70 1320 HEAD DRESSES, or every variety, BLACK an...

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. — 4 June 1861

i r v r k r k. i i . v , Lr - - - ' I i ' 3 u Tin'i 'i -vv 'l ,J 'J ,1 anw WAMEN, TRUMBULL COUNTY,' OHIO,' TUESDAY,' JUKE 4,, 1861; ; ' ' WHOLE NO. ml. r VOL 45, NO. 41. r k r 1 rri i Poetry. Such Is Life. Checkered at tlx tohool hov'i apron. Varied at the Highland plaid; Fitful aa tb whinit of baby,' Ranging oft from pleated to d . Tteach'rout m the iniilcs of raatdto, Coaxing CTr W to psio; Pazzling ai the gnm of hofn, Larkinf in the raulted plaint Such ii life. - t , - i . i Dotted a the Terdint meadow, With the daieea aaattered there; ' Witching aa the pranki of childhood, Hiding faulta with cunning air; Transient aa the pearly dew-drop, . . Nettling in the rote bud' breattt Cold and tearleM at the ooffin, . Where the bnken hearted rett; 8ueh ia lite. . . Ikight and tunny for a moment; Dark and cloudy for an hour; llopet contending; douhta vie tor lout; Conquettt made, and (riumpht o'er; Trial, tore, the hearttlringt rending; Heavenly balm, poured out to tave; Up and down foreve...

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. — 4 June 1861

itTBl. WAERES, FBIDAT. ItTKE '7. , - C). A.ADAMH. . N.IIAlCK(r Warriors at Home. ItiboulJ Dot b ' forgotten that loerfl 'are racu in the qnitt fcraln fivUj far away 'from the KfiKt of strife and llooJ, wits arc laboring just a xt1tilT ntid t ffieotivclv to support and carry on the war So defence of tho tonstitutiow ami the it. s (host who War arm in the battle fii-M. A tho artillerists who wipe out the gun, ram down the cartridge and the ball, jicrforni just fti important parts in tho day of bat tic as he who applies tho firo to tho ri minp; and caiiscs tho explosion,' whiob etuis forth the deadly 'riiMsiltSto they who furnish sustenance to tho eftldier-1 feed, clothe and sirp ply him with arms and ammunition, perform labor just as essen tial and indispensable us that of th sol dier himself While, therefore. wo wotrld not detract one jot or tittle ftom the honor duo to tho brave-men who go forth to per il and life and limb' in their country's cause, wo ' would have those who stay at...

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. — 4 June 1861

Home Intelligence. Arrival and Departure of Mails. roeiiWira,W,uia, Qwia.lt ) 'Ml HaySd,,!., I ( 1 ' Yeeaaeraerii dallr,arrlel IMpakttn ll it tk Cteveiaaa, do do IMaaea. do lllia. a.Lai. 4 . 4a. , da ,., .. On. Dieeieae. ale do I0n. ,'do Ratafia arrlveo TeVI. Than, gat "Leave! eeme dayt M I M . ".,' W.Oeeevti.i.earriee Men. Wed Frl-JaM. Leaves Toee. Tharo. 1st (I H m-, nitMtrttjH, irrlrri Tuee Thefe.' Set, T Um Nea. Wii. Frt at em. I. Buwmnrt., arrltee Mna. Wti, ffrl. Set a m Loaeoe Tees. Thar Sat. at are. i : '"'". arrl-s WJ, jrr. gili a. Leaves Io. Than at 7 t a. ''' CtTo, via Duck Creek, ttarlaeaVe Mills, ., elree Fridaya at f p a. Leaves Tees, at SH JfHalli wal.h Ion at ar before a ai., sreeloaed llie preeediag evaalag at t p at. All cohere ar closed half as hear pe.vleea to their "t-nrtnr. n O.M. PATCH. P.M.. iLT drop letters delivered aaleee pre paid. Braceville Awake. w received a oommunicaUoa (com Braoe grille, gigaed Horn Guard aoine two weeks ainoe, which traa cetdeotalljr...

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. — 4 June 1861

y. E- & u. 11.- iilixciii A 2Iit!ttf i!2r "race en can aioe oi reeiie rV)Uare, (Formerly r" oy una. a. a. uiau) warrsa, Ohie. , M 41 r. .ares. - ASPER & WATSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Wirreo, V O.,0aaeH a. a, Market Su.vrrO. laeeere 1 fob. S, Ml. I W . RATL IFF'8 - law orrics Is Tr Proeroaa, Bant A Ce.'e Masking Rnm, " oy , huh bmw.) Market arrea, Ohio. A LBERT S. HALL, . Attorney J.X. Lew, Warrea, Okie I Aog.il. IHov.ly.J A. W. JONES, A TTORNEY AT LAW dt Insurance ,IL Ageal. unci la tot Ceuaell Room. Market UK-rot. Warrea, Traaibull 0e Okia. , April 4, tMl.-ly . foot tJ.W. SMITH S. L. WOOD. SMITH , WOOD, ATTORNEYS AT LAW k INSU RANCB AORNTS. Offlc. la lha Co,,.. 1 1 u...- " ' of Market Street, Warraa, Tr.mkull. T . April 4. o.-ly v . V. sORRIST. H. L. BUKNSXT. FORRIST & BURNETT, A TTORNEYS. Office on east' A V of Public Square, (formerly ooeopled by B. P. Hoffman,) Warrea, lraaball Co., Ohio. . AVagast lit, Ituw. lion. JOHN D. KINO, Attorney at Law, ' w"iB 0h,- 0t aa Bif k 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. — 7 June 1861

T v '' imI) 1 .VOL.45,.'KO.-4l. : 1 ( 1 WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY; JUNE 7, 1861. WHOLE NO. 2331. 3iflllP'1 lb Poetry. The Crisis. The Crisis. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. Tbday it breaking in the Kft.toi wliicli rU- ',.0,r br,E,,t('"?,1I,t,1,'yofTim;tliChrii- ' t'in Apt of OoM. M J Might to Itigfil U yiiiliog.ond tiaiUe llJe ' Ut elerkl pen, ; ,' Krlli' monarehi are Iter people, aoj Jier Serf . , tnd upw Men; . .,. ' i'h idle olce tugotlicr, Id Jay ure nations born, . '' , , i , AnJtho sUra walks ro in Tuni nd l.y Stainboul'i (uldcn Horn! ! ttii,oli enontrymtn of mini! loy for in to ow ,TL of ncw-gtiiiej nupiro with Slavery' fiu of wot; '." -'. To feed ith ourfroh lifo blooJ the Old world't ' r . ; cnt off crime, ' Propped, like some monatroni mrth birth ,frum . the tired Jap of Timu? . ', T" ru" " vil race the old !ot nations . ria, , And die, like thera, of vnbelief of Ciod and wrong ulmnn? iri'atllavn I isthia our mission? Eu.l iu this the prayers and U-ara. Tho t)il, the str...

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. — 7 June 1861

HmUHMiSi IU'''liM8SBH V L ATt. T. VAai&atB U5l VL'PXgHUlt.loientlT. r u'.-..-.:'S-r -r.uu.rert-r-r.ii:?i.-s-:.-- O. A. ADAMS. O. N.HA.rOOOT RBIfORt. WAEEE5, TUESDAY, JUNE 4. Death of Hon. Stephen A. Douglas. A gteat nan has fallen, lion. Stephen A. Douglas died yesterday morning, be tween nine and ten o'clock. His death at this time is a national luisfortuue, as h was giving the whole night of his great talents and influence to sustain the cause of the constitution and the laws, as against traitors and rebels. At any time hip death would havo been mourucd by a vast number of personal and political frienda, but now when party bickering have been silenced by the thunder of war, and polit ical strife forgotten amid tho upheaving ol a nation battling for the existence of it government, bis loss will be felt as thatol one whose giant strength would have becti exerted in the cauec of right, ax a na tion ol calamity. The news was received, here, on Mon day evening, and as we write, the...

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. — 7 June 1861

Home Intelligence. Home Intelligence. Arrival and Departure of Mails. .T ? T 'VenwoeTeer 411 arrives t:S ava.lseve IMS sm. rtsveiaaa, do do MMam. d tHpi Baura, da do m. da -Bam. rBaaaoa arrives Tee. Thar, fiat. 18 KIB. Lei VS I I ' "W. (asvii.M arrive. IU. Wod.f rl. Bp at Tnee. Thure. Set. at It a. ! 1 'OuiininM, arrive. Tue Thar, fat. by 7 e Lum Man. Wad. Frl at am. R. BtiriBt,, errlvo Mi. Wed. -Frl. by 7 p av-' i are. i nara. dm. nata. '7AMiasTB, err I tea Wed. Vrl by I f as. 1tm Tues. Thurs Bl 7 am. 'Can-row, via Dwek Creek ,-lUnnah's Wills. Are., er rives Fridays illpn. Leavs Tom. at re 'JfTMaltawhleh leave at or before 8 a n arealoefd the preeedtae evening at p m. All others arc dieted half an hoar pr.vleae to I heir departure. -r . O.M. PATCH, P.M. JL-H 4rop letter delivered enloss pre paid. '.Early Closing: of the 8tor. Ai wilt U iNi by th card below, neat ly fill of th prominent mercantile eeUMisli "tenia ef thi tawo.will beclotej at 7',' o'clock . eacb evening of the wok, e...

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. — 7 June 1861

I j A at ill ,'! V'ld -: mrf 1IJH Td SPRING AND 'SUMMER ! :0'OTS2& SHOES! jj HAVING Removed to No. 12, Mar ket Street. Warren. O.. on door east of It. H ftarnnm's Hardware stnr. I nw prepared with th Urgjsl and beat selected Hack of Spring and (aaxir Boots, and Shoes, ever brought to thla market. It I well known that w are the oldest end most experienced boot- makers in rrrn,and ate the best malarial that cao ho h talaed for envb, and are willing to irarratit all work to mli? and will anil at the lowest price a. quel ttr coatliWed. Ladles' and Gents' ; INDIA RUBBER BOOTS, S-le Leather, Findings, die., constantly on head. Ji''Dnnl rV.rjrt the place. )Mjj, 57. '61 MILLINERY. ' ' . -5 J aci Wholesale and Retail. ,', KEJIOVAL. MllS. C. W. MESSER, Afif j. Having removed into the" new a comtuodione roome. ' . OYEB Met ONUS V SMITHS' STORE ; " ". I now opening one of tke largest and fiaesf ttocli of "goods 'in the .Millinery ' ' tine, tver brought to this place, among ' whfcb may be fo...

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. — 11 June 1861

ViwiiBiis Scggj ij '(OiJ,'i i' i Y.I1 !!oor, V;1 YOL 45, NO. 43. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1861. WHOLE NO. 1331. II I ' i r i s- - iTCi .o ri ? CM3 oirae. 1 4 n VA fl H ltd U U II H CLV5IV6 Poetry. [From Harper's Weekly.] Enlisted To Day. 1 know the sun shines, sod the lihtos are blow log, And summer sends kino by beautiful May; Ck I to see a 11 the) treasures tbeipriof it b (flow ing. Aaid think ay boy Willie enlisted to-day I Ik seiais tut duvine at twilight, low hum ming, I rocked him to sleep with hiiehtek upon mine, While Robby.the four-year old, watehed for the somlng. Of father, adown tlie itreet'i indistinct line. K ia many a year sine my Harry departed, Tooomabaok.no more ia the twilight or dawn; And Robby grew weary of walohing, and started Alone on the journey hia father had gone. 3 U many year and thia afternoen, aiuio g At Robby 'a old window, I heard the ban d pUy. And suddenly eeaaed dreaming over my knit ting, To leeollect Willie ia twenty to-d...

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. — 11 June 1861

ifa i or ; !)'.,; SPRING 1SD SUMMER ,. ' BOOTS & SHOES! l L .J is ir rAVIN0 Removed to No. 12, Mar kt PrYeti, Warren, 0.. out door tat of R. II. 1; rnuin't llr.iwre toro. ) now prcaril with tin iarjoat and best luluctcd tock of Spring and Summer Boots, and Shoes, . i set lirdauM tn thl markrt. It l wfll known that 1. 1 nrt tU oidi:t ami u.oit experienced lic.ot uiukert ; i Wnrrm, and me tin belt nlateriali th can he oh t.iineiKor ah. and are wllllnn to warrant all work m i le to order and will lell at the lowoal )rioe l.qual i'y coaldere-l. Ladiet' ami Geuti' 1SDU RODEIt r.OOTS, !ote T.ealhr, Findings, k.e.t oonftantly on band. jJ'V'lton't forest tlie plaoo. May 7, 'til.. IILLINERY. it Wholesale and Retail. REMOVAL,. MRS- C. W. MESSER, AGT Having removed into the new a commodious roooia, OVXIl fllctO.Mli) Ac SMITHS' 8TORH Ij now opening one of the lurgest and tiniest btock of good; in the Millinery line, ever brought to this placj, among which may be found f every description, f...

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