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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 11 June 1861

Arrival and Departure of Mails. YnrKiuTiWN,lilyrriri &S0 la.it avea II IS a aa. C1.iiv11.a110, do , do ,l:J6an.- do , &5W p u. S.i.rx, i ido- iln " u m. . d , a m.., Mt. IiiiWie. 4 nV" 'Ho IB m.' ilK "pm. tn.itnN.nrrlvas Tn.s. Thar. Sat. lb k ra. - Leave! .Lye at I K r m. ...T .. . . W. fitn-iiK artl.au Mij. Wed .Frl. . Leaves Tee. Thri Sat. l lu -. ' flRHFRtHrrwii. nrvlv Tnee. Thars. lat. tf 7 p m.- N. Hi.naMrtKiti, itrrl.es Mhn. Wed. Frl.' tT p m.' Leavee Tuaa. Thnrs. SntatHam. FmmxiTOK, arrl... Wert. Frl. by S p m. Leaves Toes. Thnrn t 7 m. Chtoh, ri Duck Creek, Hannah's Willi, ., an rivet Fridaya at 5 p m. I.rav. Taet. at S ',' a m JJ'P'Malltwhleh. leava at or1 before g a m., areolated 1 tha preceding evening at D p m. All others ara ulosed half an hour previous tn their departure. ' 0. M. PATCH. P.M. HTfo drop letters delivered anleal prepaid. Off for the War. On Tnidny morning of this Week, Cspt. Hull's Compnny left for Cump J a ckion. Tha wliolo compnny has eoliated f...

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. — 11 June 1861

ZHtsitn Qmxtt mitt. ftlZSZS, TUI3DAT, JTJKS U. Military Correspondence. CAMP GODDARD, June 4. Ztar OrwtvotV--! havs been pvrp 1b t write for Tral days, bt the reu of business ISithorto bat prevented. X write to-night, with my port folio ia raj lap, tie water dripping about ma, and all the noise T Babe! in raj cars. If you End the copy, wet in different placca, do not think that I have been weeping over ray bard tot; for amidst tho merriment that fiila the barracks, it ia impossible to be aad. Our experience of & soldier' life at Camp Taj lor, lasted but a week, and that week, choertxl by letters from borne, and enlivened by the vipits of our friends, pped pleasantly away. But "a change came o'er the spirit of our dream." On lion lay uight came an or der to inarch, and on Tuesday morning wo were moving to the tlcpot. There we found friends from Trumbull waiting to bid us good bye, and Cxi epecd. Amid thou 1 5, cheers, and waving kerchiefs, Wt moved off, and all day sped Southward...

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 June 1861

J ' . .ii'ij :'i -, , ' i 0) aomiwa : ? !: P. fa g -IRi fa 1 t ' ' J "if V(lL. 45, NQ. 43- V -i'-V WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OIIIU,' FRIDAY JUNE 14, 1861. WHOLE NO. 2332 f i i , - i f '''''' . v t "X ,r.U ' . . "For the Chronicle." Well Pray For You. LIBBIE S. MORGAN. Co bniUirw, go, go stnntftw-V.r . Wo could not In J you bholt jrtis),- 1 ' ii tit our cause Wo wort; The banner of ourhuju-i iiplify, ' , if ll; 1 I.!.- I I r.A .1.. "-.I.. i-.'fc I nrUlllll'U irbllK 1UVUU IUIU . .( O'er hearts which befi.t us oofi i " i4 While tmilor arms mny search in.yuiu n "i liiTplory of -rel ktr to stniii, ' V i.tj Yv'll lwiir it proudly throuu'h; v 'ur builds luu weak, tim frail Ui blmr) Jn coming atrifo, tliull clnp in pruy'r Full oft.ileur one for.you. Then gn, nltlouh yc lenve Miiml Hearls wliich will j y . nor glailnrvs, find Until tlio oi k liu o'er. Ami oliei ks wlueli I'lilo e en now with lcr Lent wli-'n the glml return ilrnw near, Some lovej one eome no more. "Aye go," from mony a pallid ...

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 June 1861

F- K- & U II. HUTCIIINS, TTOKNEYS AT LAW, will prao- . V glee Law la Trumbull and Mahoning ounlle. woo o aet clue f Public Piur. (formerly ooea pied by Ilua. B. f . Hoffman) Warren. Trumbull Oo. Mar 17, 1?61. I rtml' tLIIIT W1THII, ASPER & WATSON, 4 TTORNKYS AT LAW, Warren. O, (XB N. x!t, Market It., linO. Mo-er's Boer, f.b. , i wTu TtlTf f 8 JLv . lw officb li r freeman, Hunt dt Oo.'i Banking Bnaw, (for merty occupied bi Cox, Bailiff k 8pearJ Market St. Warrea, Ohio. JanKJ ALBERT IS. HALL, 2. Lew, Warren, Ohio lAag.B.INW. ly Attorney at A. W. JONES, TTORNKY AT LAW & Insurance X. Agent. Offlc la th Council Bona, fool of Stsrket Street, Warren, Tramball Co., Ohio, April 4, "BO.-ly 0. W. SMITH O.L.WOOD. SMITH & WOOD, TTOKNEYS AT LW dc INSU- U.X. BANOI AOKNTS. Office la tke Council Hoom at th loot ef Market Street, Warren, Tr-mhull Co., VbLe. April 4. .-ly W. 0. FOKKIFT. II. L. BCRNKTT? FORRIST & BURNETT, ATTORN F.Y 8. Office on east tide of Public Siuare, (formerly...

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 June 1861

Home Intelligence. . Arrltml a& Departure rf Mailt May M.'iHet. i TMinmwt dally .arrives :M psa.leaves IMS m. fXsvataiiw, . o da II Htti. do Mr Itui, de f Oil neweipwe. do leaa. P" eaaaaa arrives Thi. Thars. Sat IS K asn. Uevee nu4triitl)tra W. naea.vineern.ee f.W.fH.lflfc Leaves re. a. t 18 SS. teBtawM, arrives Twos Thars. fa, by T ss. Utra W. vrl ear. a as. T. BiMiMrttLB, srrlia Man. Wed. frt. b7 ( lrfiTui.Tkri. Pet. ete. 'tamnaTe. nrrhes Wd. tri. by Spa.. Utnt Toee. Theirs it 7 win. 'flan-ran, via fwok Creek, Hansen's MIMs, Ac, er- rleee Fridays at s m. Leaves Tsee.i-at I H m '2rMslle which lea's at er before a m.vareelosed the preceding evening at t p All ethers are loaed half oa ht,ar previous la lhlr drpartare. O.M. PATCH P. M. TOKedrep letters delivered anises pre paid. Anonymous Communications. We have rrceived an extra lot, on various ealjccts (firing the tast week. That who send tliwn waste their rrer and ink. Fourth of July. We art glad to lenrn that the 'Committee of...

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 June 1861

ffl&tstotf j&serSe Canute. (KIS.UAfOOOD. ? ,-- -. - i r,r--i---.,'7J "i C Cte-., THE EIGIITY-FIFrn ANNIVERSARY or AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE, JULY 4, 1801, WILL HE rKI.KIlHATKD AT Wnrron, Oliio, By tlio nioit imposing unj ningniflcent de monstration over known in tllu History of frutnlmll County. officers ur the day. Edward Spcitr, Sr., of Wurren, President. VICE l'rlKSlDESTHt Dr. (J. AV. Howe, Dloomflold, K. Stowe, llineeville, J. Y. Pattengull, Bristol, J a J. II. lVst, Bu.etUi, S. AV. Jvini Imll, Champion, dipt. Ju. Caldwell, Furiniiigton, K. V. Kellogg, Fowler, 1 rpo. 1'. Curtis, (in-etie, L'psoll HllsluiL'll, OlI-ltlVIH, Si th A. Biishncll, Hnrtfrd, Suniuel II ilia, lliibburd, Samuel Xi n l, Howliind, Nathan liobce, Jobinton, J)r. 1). Allen, Kinsman, Abncr ltu-li, Liberty, Col Jin. Powers, LorUlown, Kdiiitind Smith, Mesopotamia, J no. M. Uezlep, Mecca, Dr. .JmnH Jirutison, Newton Full, Dr. K. Moore, Sinitliintoii, Adam McClury, Vienna, (ico. K. l'ellon, Vernon, (o C!. ltei.,...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 18 June 1861

t "v? YTfrv Ill r"1 I 7' VOL. 45. NO.-44. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNT?, OHIO, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1861.' WHOLE NO. f 333 W Hi M - II ii h- II M II II U II V fl I Camp Correspondence. CAMP GODDARD, June 13, 1851. Dear Chronicle: I will give you a few item, fearing that it will be some timo be fore an opportunity again presents as good for writing as the present This morning soveral of our company were passed into town; and for the first time sines leaving Camp Taylor, sat down to dinner around the table of a private cit izen. ...... Allow me here to speak of , the many aats of kindness, shown toward our compa ny by our former citizen and friond 11 r. I eggett Immediately after our arrival ia camp, Mr. I camo to us and extended a general invitation to our company, one and all. to make his house our stopping place when in town; he also said that his house was open to us as a hospital for any among us that might be taken sick. It is need less to eay that we have availed ourselves of his invita...

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. — 18 June 1861

Mtsitxn QtstxU CJwnitU. O.N.HAPOOOD S WJLBJIEK, FMflAT, JTJSE 21. Forward Steadily. Tie news of the lart week la very en couraging, latest reports from England bow that the English Government will give neither aid nor comfort to the rebels. Jn Western Virginia the Union men are doing nobly. Tbe Convention at Wheel ng repudiates tie acts of Got. Letcher, and boldly declares the acts of the Rich mond Secession Convention void, and that 11 the Stato offices, from that of Govern er, down, are vacant. The stars and stripes gam wave over Harper's Ferry, and the protection of the Pennsylvania border is cecure. In Maryland, Gov. Hicks manfully Lids defiance to the traitorous Legislature, and holds, and will hold, the rebels at bay. In Missouri, Gen. Lyon has mado most important movements, with most brilliant success. The traitor Jackson, has aban doned the State capital, and fled to a small town in the western part of the State. The Union men of St. Louis, emboldened by the presence of Fede...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 18 June 1861

Home Intelligence. Arriral mi Dep&rtiure of Hails. 1 PeTOrir,Wmi, oto,i lt;K, I eel. . I T'cwTw.llTTlrl:Klpfl1.lTM 11:11 a n. ".J.Tt.IH), do it lliiia, do lllpa. ' suica, do a lpk). a, am. 'Oil btsoiwee, rio 10 am. do ' Spaa. Ya.aia.errf vet Tm. Than. Bat. 1 M as. Lmm same day at IK pa, W.G.siirii.i.s arrive Moa. Wed.Frl. t p m. Leaves Tan. Thor. Pel. at 1 a. flajunnntJann. art I Tea Taea. Thar, fat. By T pa . Leavee Moa. Wad. Frl at ft a a. , . llLoouriULD, arrive Moa. Wad. Frl. by 7 pa.- Leavee Taaa.Thara. Bat. at em. PiaetiaaToN, arriie Wed. Frl. by t a a. Leaves laaa. Ttnrra at 7 a a. ... Caaroa, vie Duck Orerk. Hannah's Mills, As., ar rlee Friday at S p m. 'Leaves Tuaa. at 6i a a U7lalli which leave at err'before S a a., ar closed the preceding evening at p a. All othara art etooed hall an hoar prevlooe to thalr departure. CM. -PATCH, P.M. ICHo drop letter dollvered Unless pre paid. Small Advertisements. In the advertisement ef the terms of Q Obroaielerices for advertising ...

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. — 18 June 1861

i. TTTIT V, t . .. . il . - . ... i m V k ir III VTTUKfli&iO At A.J.", win prM lire Law la Trumball sad Mahening' (nilMi OA oa east eld Fablia P-iwre. (formerly U... I I Uoffeea.) Warjen. r" 0. j . tri. ! th. ASPER-& WATSON,. A1T0RNEY9 AT LAW, .Warren, 0, 010 H .tH. Market il.. Mv's J .. t . "' j . ii R A T L IFF'S V, . 1 law rTf I rrr f r eaten, Hunt Co.'i Banking 1"". merly occupied by Ux ataAUB Bpeerj Werrea.Oliie. . j.j.f " , LBERT ; arH ALL,, Attorney ; at Law, Warren, Oh 1. ,, (Aug.. law. Ip.J .:1 ' ' -. ; 3 .- - ? A TTORNKY AT LAW A Insurance XV. if tat. Ofnea Is th Coaaelt Bomb. root ( Market Street. Warraa, Trumbull C., Ohio. April 4. M.-It C.W. SMITH J. L.WOOD. SMITH & WOOD, A TTORNEYS AT LAW A INSU 1. RAMCB AflBNTS. OfSee la Ike Ceunell Room at the foot of Market Street, Warren, Tr.mbnll Oa Ohio. Apr 4, "0.-iy w! 0. fOBBIST. H. L. SUES ITT. rORRIST A BURNETT, ATTORNEYS. Office on east aide of Pablle mere. fformarly oeeapled by DB. B. r. HeeTmaa.) Warn, Intaiba...

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

IV.-..., fisW.V u k r3 173 1771 , ' J.15,; yHS :a nici nan -'I'M lillil ','!! f 1,11 ' I H. V .-J VOL; .45, NO 44 WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNE 211861. WHOLE NO. 2333 - I tl ? Bf If It 13 Poetry. The Baby. The following extract from Dr. Holland'! poem of "Bittor Sweet.". .Its simplicity, and its graceful, natural air, touches the heart at one: . ' ' 1 , What ia the little one thinking alxml t Very wonderful tilings, no duuht, Unwritten history I Unfathomable mystery I Vet he laughs and orics,and cats and drinlts, And chuckles and crows, and bods and winks, As if his head were full of kinks, And curious riddles as any sphinx I Warped by colic, and wet by tears, l'unctured by pins, and tortured by fears, . Our little nephew will lose two years; And he'll never know . Where the summers go lie need Sot laugh, for he'll find it so 1 Who can tell what a baby thinks t Who can follow the gossamer links By which the manikin feels his way 1 hit from the shore of the great unknow...

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 June 1861

O.A.ADAMS. I - m 11 ' o. n.iiai-oood I WABRES, TUESDAY, JTJKE IS. Summary of War News. From reports which sctm to be reliable it appear! that tbc rebel troop bare evac uated Harper's Ferry, acr having de stroyed1 the briJge over tbf Potomao (that ever tbe Shenandoah if st!3 standing) and boning tho Amml and all tie other Government HuiMing. The rail road briJgo was fired at 4 A. II. cf the 14th, and all destroyed except the span ou the Virginia ride, which was aved, because its W. would have destroyed tho hotel adjoining it, which belongs to a good secessionist The abutments and piers rein-tin good. There was about 12,. 000 rebels there. A large quantity of fresh meat was 1 ft on tho hilt, and the bvuxard are gathering in flocks. All the Union rare within a circuit of ninny miles, were robbed ot their hoi sea, wagons, cattle and slaves. A perfect panic wa raging amoug the troop, who expected every niiu nte to be overtaken by Lincoln's hordes. Scouting parties which had been in Vir i...

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 June 1861

Home Intelligence. Arrival and Departure of Mails. NrtOTTKi.W.nm, Oeno.t r i i May, ifl. , i YnoirawTowa dally .arrtvee t HI p as.leaeea Il l a aa. Oi.ev stare, do 4 II lit a. do IWpa. eV da 7 pm. Oil lxiwa, e ft loss. Bps' naRna.arrtvss Tus. Titers. Sat. It H .' Leevee Sam ilaye at 1 H 9 ' V. ammtiiK arrives Wen. Wed.rrt.S p as. Umi Toes. Than. Pat. at 111 a. )effeciiew, arrives rax Thars. Sat. ky 7 a ai . Leavee Moa. Wed. Frt at Han. N, nwiemritt, errleos Mnn. Wad. Prl. kT pm I.eeree Tan. than. Sat. eta a ytMiiOTiH, arrle Wed. Prl. by I a a. Leave Teat. Thnrl 7tn. Cawrow, via Dek Creek, IIanBa4i Mill. V., ar- rives Prlneyo at a fo. Lasers Taoa. atH U.P'kleU whleh iJiii at or Mmti m ereolesed (tie preoedtugevenlne; at B a m, All others arc loeed half ao koar previous their departure. CM. PATCH. P.M. a drop letters delivered aa lees pre paid. Dinner to the Home Guard. Thayaang men of Soutliington, to the nnra 'rwr of about lixty having organised themselves into a Reserve Military Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 21 June 1861

BOOTS & SHOES! 2. C ?. .LIT i.G-3, HAVING Removed to No. 12, Mar kft Street. Werrea. O . one door tut of R. II Kwnum'i Hardware More. Ii now prepared with (hi ltrjeu and beet telected stock of Spring and BiutBir Boots, and Shoes, tt hrftituht to this market. It It wall known that w Are the otdett anl most experienced boot mnkeri n H -trrtn, anil se the best naterlale tht can be eh Mined for eh, end ere willing to warrant all work ta4e I order aud will eell at the loweet arioe i.qa&l' iiy coHiidt-red. Iartl and Uenu' IDJJ RUBBER BOOTS, Fo1e Leather, Findings, to., constantly ea band. TTT'Don't forget the plact. ,May.7,'l.t MILLINERY. C2 Wholesale and Retail. REMOVAL.. MRS. C. TV. MESSEll, AGT Having removed into the new a comiuodioai roomi. OVER McCOMBS & SMITHS' STORE Is now opening one of the largest and finest stock of good? ia the Millinery line, ever brought to this p!aoo, among which may be found" ...... ; . . BOXA'ETS, every description, from ' HEAD DRESSES, of eve...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 25 June 1861

' ' 1?T?7 J!v!.::.'-'V-,'fV'rf IT ( 'n i ' 1 ,rr4;;-:T'-'i-:-.:'.,.f 'A zM.t I t I . VOL 45, NO. 45- WARREN, TRUMBULL CO UiTT, OHIO, TUESDAY, JUNE 2J, 1851. WHOLE NO. 2334. CSCi-V-B rJ 4 HUH flfi'BP, Poetry. [For the Chronicle.] Changed. BY THE FORWARD. Yea, t etn that tho art ehaogad I The love-light from thine eye Hm faded line I met the Ut, .- Kuneath the autumn Sky. I take thy hand ; it yiolda to mine No'ahawering cue , And tbire i nut in alt the word One gush of teaderneie. I enll thee litter; but the word Upeo tnylipe prowg chill; It old time power ia lout to wnka A aweot, reapontiT thrill. Oht once I (hough that Time or Death Our SpiriU, could not ever; That tho bright morning of our lov But dawned, lo bleat furover. Tiawell, 'tie well, thatOod haalaid Our lifo path far apart, And aaved ua from a keener ill The winterof the heart. In all the cold formality, I eannot fail to Ifow miapluced waa the ehild-lika faith, The truat, reposed in thee. Camp Correspondence. CAMP DENNISON...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 25 June 1861

SBtsta Ststrie (CJrsnidc. I fDitomi. O. A.ADAMS. Q.N.IIAl'OOOO WAEELN, FRIDAY, JUNE 28. and Appointments. Gen. J. D. Cox lifts Lceh appointed ly tic President, lirigadicr General in the U. S, A. for tlircc jcail Those who know Mr. Cox, know that he will do honor to the position. The Cincinnati Gazette of the 25th, S;i8 that Gen. liosctvcrans has appointed J.icut Peikins as 15ri:rade Commifsarj, "Vc presume the nppoilitCs is Lieut. Geo. Perkins, of Hilar Hill. 'J his too is a good appointment. Jlr. P. is fully competent fur the duties of his new office. i Kirtland Mygatt. The Cleveland Herald stated a few frccks ago, that I.icut Mygatt, (formerly of Poland, 0., ) Icing desirous of having a Land in sinking the piratical chips of the rebels, had goto hack in the U. S. Navy, The friends of 5f vgatt, in this vicinity, will be interested in the following Wash ington dispatch of Juno 21st: The war steamer Alliance, Lieut. My gatt, Commander, has Just returned from a cruise on the 1 otomac;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 25 June 1861

I7! j Ml TIIK ! 'I'i UiPGOOD It ADAnsproprletorri Mrnnce) T-svo Dollars, If payment Is not niada In advance. Ki paper discontinued aartlt all mihtH ar paid uvjb. u vffciuu ui hue puDiisnOTO. ' BATES Of ADVERTISING One square. I Wetve lints tfr less.Drtt Insertion .1 0 do each additional Insertion 8 la B W 4 00 7 00 19 00 8 00 19 00 Two Iqnaros, these months. .'. do tlx mentht '' do one year fine-fourth of a column, litre ttnnftia do do its do do do oneyear ... SO 00 I.onferadvertlsements inserted at reasonable rale Ad.lro.s Carda Inserted for th rear, at il.00 per line JTrAdvertlsemenle ahould he marked the number of tim.ssone inserted, otherwise they will be continued until ordered out, and charged ror at thoahovo ratea. inrCaaual adv ertlsemontsAo be paid for whoa band JOB PRINTING Wevin a superior Assortment of !jbh Printing mute- rial, we are prepared to exeoute in the heat manner,,) nods or plain and fancy Book and Job rrlntlc, area s Certificates, Labels, Check Book a, Manifes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 25 June 1861

Attorneys. p. inufTiT nuTcuiNs, A TTORKEYS AT LAW, will prac- t fcec taw laTrombull tad klaaonlag cuer-lla. ) ea aide of Peeli. (formerly oo- r.ad bi Uou. . I- lotiaini warren, imn'iii v May IT, lfiil. i. . AAren. tLIIIT WaTtoa. ASPER & WATSON, 1 TTOUNEYS AT LAW, Warren, V 0.,0V:e Re. 4, Market St., ffO M neat's store. fb. , leil I W . RAT L I F F ' lie law ovficb La over tmsui, Tlonl or Co.'e Banking Time, (for merly MnpM by Una, Bailiff 4 kparj UutM m. Warrea.Ohto. .o" "LBKi.T S. llALL, Attorney at .il V Law, Warren, Obi. (Aug.. I0. ly.J - rA7"w7ToN ES, A" TTORKEY AT LAW & Insurance Agent. Office la tbt Council Boons, foot of Casket Street. Warren, Trumbull Co , VUlDf Ajrllj. bu.-ly O. W. SMITH - t. WOOD. SMITH & WOOD, 4 TTORNEi'S AT LAW & INSU- . V RANOB AOKNTH. Office la the Coaoell Room u th ... Market atreet. Warren, Tr.mball Co., Ohio. ?!Hi.'J--1?, W. 0. P0RR18T. H. l. BURN BIT. FOKRIST & BURNETT, TT0RNKY8. Office on east 'fide f Pnblle Bnnare. tformerly o...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 28 June 1861

;leseFe GlFOiiSi0 VOL. 45, NO. 45- WAflftEN. TT?TTTKTTT T. fWWTV nmn unm,!, . v. 0 4 tin ' uiin, vmu, I'lULMi, JUiSli 23, J861. WHOLE NO. 2334. Camp Correspondence. Camp Upton, at Gem. Schknck's Head ijl arteiis "on the sacred soil of Vir ginia," Juno 23d, 18G1. Messrs. Editor 's: I slept last night tlie first time, within tho picket lines of military encampment on a war footing. This camp is S miles from Alexandria and about 6 miles from Washington, on tho ' Hail lload leading from Alexandria to Or ange and passing Manassas, and six and one half or seven miles from Vienna, where the 1st Ohio Bcgirncnt came near being slaughtered or taken prisoners. Tho fol lowing nro substantially tho main facts connected with this unfortunato occurreucc: Gen. Schcntk left Alexandria on the itn ot June, about 2 o'clock in tho after noon, with C80 men of tho 1st Ohio Herri. inent, on a train of cars for the purposed Biuuuuing soiuiors along tho lino ot tho Kail Boad, from Alexandria to Vienna, to pr...

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 June 1861

a, flftlfstcrn Sitscrfcc faenitlf. A. A 1.VMK. N.IIAIJsOOt BtUTOBS. WARREN, TUESDAY, JUNE 25. Mr. Garfield Declines. Hon. James A. fiaificlJ. recently op jititeJ Lieut. Colonel of the 2 tth Pogi merit has declined toaewpt. If Mr. Oar- Cold liud atcoj'tcJ. we hare no doubt lut tli&t lie would liave made on excellent cf- f.cr;-', fur lie ilway aocorailihbci what he miJct ti.l8. lJuties in anothci calling lias inJu-cd thin tit filiation, pd not dig inclination tm bin fart to ecrre Lid coun- try. Liberal. The vli'ile soulcJ publishers ff tbc Cl. velan.l Hirril.l have always, since our connection itli ilic ChrotiieJc, gircn ua tlieir daily in cxoliaogc for our weekly. Of late they have been publishing a morn ing and evening edition, ond now they cnl us two papers daily, or twelve daily papers per week. Long rajy they wave. Blackwood's Edinburg Magazine. The contents of the June number of tlio LMackwood, arc Tho Book Hunter The Monks of the West. Mrs. lircrncr in Switzerland and Italy...

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