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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 28 June 1861

Home Intelligence. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Post Orrir-a.Waanau, Oaio.l MayM, Ml. I TwMtmm del ly4rHreetM pea. leered 11:11 ra. Tla.sviLaKo, do lo ItlSem. do IW p m. Ku, do 1pm. (be flam, fai. Inoofxee, do do 10 a. do . 'MaaonarrlveeToew.Ylmre. (tot. 10 Mara. Leaves iiru days USpn. 'sr.nfivii.i.carrles Min.Wed.Irl.tp a. Loans Tim. Than. Vat. et W 'Cssanann, arrives Tuee. Than. Jat. oy 7 p . Lnni JJon. Wad. Frl ntatn. M, IIUHmrtrr.D, arrives Mnn. Wed. Frl. by? pra. ' leaves Tuei.Thun. flat, at a en. rumnnaK. rrlvei Ted. Ftl. by S p a. Learae Ton. Thnri t 7 ft m. Can-m. via Dunk Creek.'llarpah'i Mill. At., ar , rlve Frldaye at p m. 'Leav s Tuee. at 0 t a JITntnila which laave at or betrs8 m., enclosed fhe tracking evantng at 9 p a. All others ar closed ball an hoar previous to their denarture. CM. PATCH. P. H. THiTa drop lUri delivered antral pra paid. Commencement at Western Reserve Seminary. Tlia annunl cornmonecmeitt of tutWestern '10-aoeve Bcminnry, ntFarmington, occurred o...

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 June 1861

all i! i or, : . JTJilNfl iSD .SUMMER BOOTS &' SHOES! 2. Cr.l.lTi.G3 TTAVING Removed to No. 12, Mar k"t Street, Wsrren, 0., one door east of R. TI. llmnum's Hardware ttoro.lt now prepared with Hit : irjjcst and best selected stock of Spring and Summer Eoots, and Shoes, -rer brought to Dili market. It le wtll known that we are the oldest and mn,t experienced boot makers in Warren, anil use the best materials that can be el Mined for eth, and re willing to warrant all work L-nde to order and will tell at the lowett price i.qnal i'f considefe I. ladies' end Genti' IS 01 J RUBBER BOOTS, p-nt Leather. Flndlnri. Jco., constantly od hand. IlfDon'tforgct the place. May 17, til.) MILLINERY. Wholesale and Retail. REMOVAL. MRS- C. W. MESSER, AGT TTavinjf removed into the a new a. J -L comiac ninodloas rooaii. ovek Mccojius & samw stoke Is now opening onoof ike largest and finest stock of goods' in the Millinery line, ever brought to this place, among which may be found BONNETS, t every...

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. — 2 July 1861

.1, .;- -rr-: :?::--'" 3 :nnnn "!,L ....,..,.,,',,-. '1 1 u jli ' a V-.'.'iVi-.i. BARREN, TRUMBULL' COUiNTY, OHIO, TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1861. WHOLE NO.' 2335. J Hii ill li fa M i 'V WSjW M - Ir r. .- Poetry. CAPT. ASPER'S GALLANT BOYS. ... . k i'ubi all ye dauntleee Uslen mo. wherever yon mny be, . " ' 1 And whether North or South, it nialtcre not to I ' DIM ilut iiw to mo the heroee with loyal heart end tru, l ' Thai eland ip for th Union, lik Aeper'e gal lent erewy 'iiORi. For marching we will fro. you know 1- . and a joyful band are we, ' - And with our Captain at our Lead, 1 we'll march to tiotory. TV t ii i ' u.ii uur country caueu, iy us no time waa We were up and ready, and qaickly at our pott; ( nur Captain aaid, "Come oa, my boya," our courage to renew, g" tnrco elieeri, and then away went i rumuull a gallant crew. Cnoaci. For marching, o. 'Jut Firat Lieutenant, I'll give you to undor atand, juat aa geod an officer aa any in the land. And whereioe'er be lead, the boya will foll...

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. — 2 July 1861

their goTernra-int if the government will do it prt nly ladifferemly wall. It mieht seem at first thought to be of little difference whether the present move ment at the South be called siccssion or rebellion. The movers, however, will understand the difference. They knew at the beginning that they could never raise their treason to any responsible magnitude by any name which implies violation of law. They knew their people possessed ns'much devotion to law and order, as much pride and reverence to tho history aud government of their common country, as any other civilized and patriotic pcople. They knew they could make no odvancc mont directly in the teeth of these strong and noble sentiments. ' They accordingly commencod by an insidious debauching of tho .public mind. They invented an ingenious iepliism. which, if Conceded, was fal lowed by perfectly logical steps ihrongh nil the inoidents of the'Cdm plute destruction of tho Union. Tho Sophism itself is, that any State of tho Union...

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. — 2 July 1861

Arrival and Departure of Mails. fes-rOmca. Wt, Oato.l Tseweerewa dalty .arrives 9 so p fa. leave m. Ciavatsan, do da )15am. do IMpm. cast, in do Ipn, so .Sam, Om. biaajtwas, do . Hln 10 km. "tto ). S aaow.errlve Tata. Than. Bat. 1C M am. Laavss an days at IX p ra. . OaumviLLa arrival Man. Wed Trl. Ipa. Leaves Toes. Thara. fat. at 1 sn. aaaanoH. arrives Tne. Thors. fat. by 7 pea. Leaves Mnn. Wrd. Frl atHean. It. tH.nomi.B, arrives Mon. Wed. Frl. fcyf f m. i. .Leaves Tuee. Thors. Sat. at a m. ffsiainoT, arrive Wed.' Frl. by Spas. leave Tata. Tburs at 7 a m. (una, tI Pack Creek. Hannah's Mllla, ore., ar- rives' Fridays at S p in. l.va Toes, at S U.MII which leave at or before 8 a in., are closed tnepreoedlag evening at Opm. All othara ana lottil half an hour previous to their departar. O. M. PATCH. P. M. JLi'a rap latter delivered unless pre raid. O. M. PATCH. P. M. Home Intelligence. Celebration of the Fourth. The Fourth 'was Weiirstfi.i attUupiae, ia n pprprijitj manner, and In a aty...

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. — 2 July 1861

Itoxntiis. F- E- & U- II. HUTCUIiNS, A -TTORNEY8-AT LAWrwirT p7ao V lie Lw InTrunibuJl and Mahoning anu.nttaa., 01, t on eat slo of Pllii-t"U!M, (dormer ly occu pied by Ilu4 B. I. Ht aWnl Warren. Qramhull Co. Ohio. ' VMaf 17,1TII, t'r.uiii v " V" " " ' t. ASFE1 & WATSON, ; ' ) 4 TTORNEY1 AT LAW, Wurren. 1 V. UftWc Mo. ki1, Market St., tmO. Maw's Slor. . ,sl- W . R A T L I F F ' B li . law office Is ot Freeoiaa, Hunk A Oo.'a Hanking ITnn.o. (for. m,rf occupied by Cex.ltatliST spear,; aaraei as. Warren, Ohio. Jn ALBERT S. HALL, Law, Warren. Ohio , lAag.ei. load, ly l Attorney at A. W. JONKS, ATTORNEY AT LAW & Insurance Agent. OIBoa In th Council Rnona. fool of Market ru-eet. Werrea, Trambull Co., Ohio. Ajvrl I 4, 'un.-ly (O.W. SMITH 9. L. WOOD. SMITH & WOOD, ATTORNEYS AT LAW !t INSU RANCE AGENTS. Offlc In the Coancll Room I lt foot of Market b treat, Warren, Trambull Co., Ohio. April 4, 'ati.-ly W.oTfORKlST. II. L. BURNETT? FORK.IST & BURNETT, ATTORNEYS. OBice on e...

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. — 9 July 1861

n jht- :i.u.a.-H.!-;v.t9 .v. ,r ...... .,;,:? Jfl :.-':::vt r:;ii t : ', VOL 45, NO. 47. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, TUESDAY, JULY 9, J861. WHOLE NO. 1330 Poetry. Bingen on the Rhine. A aoldiarof the Legion Iy dying it Alexin ; There wn luck of wntnan'a naraing, There wa dearth f woman' loan, JI'H a oomrode ntood Unide him, While big life blood bbed sway, Aid bent with pitying pinnae. To hear what he wight lay ; The dying gotdier fullered. Aghe too'f. hia comrade'g hand. And he eaid, "1 never more (halt are My own; my native land ; "J k a mesije, and a token To aome din Unit friends of mine, Vor I waa burn al liingcn. At Uingcn un tlie Rhino." Teil my brother and companion. When, they moot auJrowd around T. hoar my mournful story Jn the pleasant vineyard ground, That we fought the battle bravely And whn the dny waa gone, Full many a enrpgo lay ghaatly pal Kencath the getting tun ; And 'midat tho dead and dying, Wore eomo grown old in warn The death-wound on their gallant btcaa. T...

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. — 9 July 1861

SSttsfrm jSestrie CjjrtnMe. ().A.AI)AMH, " CI.N.HAlHOOI ' V a-ar -W--ay-l:..fcr; it rt -i -:- WARREN, TUESDAY, JVLV 2 Presentation of a Flag to the Braceville Home Guards. The spirited lalii' of Itracevillo, on Snliif day lot, presented a Uiiiiitiftil fluff to Capt Ntowe' Coin). Any of Jilitiaof the KeServe The pre-ntat'ti er ronton ie. took, placu in lieautiful iivef maple., about half a mile wrtt of centre, whtM were gathered togeth er quit a eoitconr.te of people, it large propor tion of whom were lailit. The Jicwton Fal'i Ouarls, Cupt. Prvor, were prom-nt, aoil joined with tli llruceville company, in the military exerci.ta. Tin CL'tmonica opened witlf a prayer by Rev. Mr. Halleck, at the clone of which, a Com mittee of ladies, lira. At North, Mra. E. P. Jlorwin and Mra. 0. N. Ovialt, took ch.rgeVf affairs. The flitir, win presented by Mra. Mim vin, aecompiiiicd by a very mut an J appropri ato address. Cnpt. Stowe responded briefly in bclmlf of bia cumpnny, assuring; the fair don...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 9 July 1861

aa. T7T THIS HAPGOOD ft 1DUS, f roprtetMi. ' . TERMS- One Dortamnd Fifty Oeita, wrivanecf Two Dollar, if payment. Is not nmuo in novunrei . , Wo paper dl continued anMI I1 aVreararee are paid Woeplatcha opticm ofth publisiwrs. . RATI Of ADYRRftSINO ' . Onrsiasre,twWllnfi or less. elt lirsertlow.t rle each addltloaal Insertion ' ' ATI AP. . .... ' -4 Two squares, three months 4 -rto ili months. 7 " do " ' an iMr . 13 One fourth of a column, three months. H do do tlx do 1 ' do ' do oneyear..... 30 T.engerBn'vi.rtlfwments Inserted at a teaionahle rate, A1irf Cardi Inserted for th ifif.it 11,00 per 1 jrpAdvertlserntnte should be marked the number tlmis to he Inserted, otherwlee they will be continued . until ordered oct.and charced for at tfceabove rates CJ"Cial advlrtiscmentsto be paid far when hand JOJJ PHINTINO. fJavlriv a innerior assortment of Job Printing mat' Tlal, we are prepared to exeoate In the wst manner,al Unas orplaln and rancy nook and job itiowch, seen AS t ' . , . Addre...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 9 July 1861

,yj; Oi'C in ! SPRING AM) SUMMEIW TSX SHOES! .3, HATING Removed to No. 12, Mar ket Street, Warrea, O., on door et of R. H ftarnurn'e Hardware store. If now prepared with the lufttt aud teal (elected stock of Spring and Summer Boots, and Shoes, Tfr tirnnght to thli mtrket. It li well known thai v7 ire Hie oliU'ii ftml most exptrlpneed boot makvn ib Wttrrm, and the beat material! th-.t ran h. toiurd for ah, and are wtllinr to warrant all work rnvte t" nrilfr anil will ell nt Hie lone, price a.qaal i.r cualdcred. Lad lea' and Uentt 1M)IJ RUBBER BOOTS, I'll' Leather, Findings, fcc, constantly oo hJid. i'TDon't forget the place. (May IVUI.j Wholesale and Hetail. REMOVAL. MRS. C. W. MESSER, AGT H living removed into the new comtuodloKi rooni OVEU McCOMUH ic SMITHS STOnB li now opening one of tke largest and lioeit stock of goodtt in the Millinerj line, ever brought to this place, among whicb maj be found BONNETS, , ' every description, from 33 SO TO $20 HEAD DRESSES, of every variety, BLA...

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. — 12 July 1861

r. buFOffilGlB. VOL. 45, NO. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 161. WHOLE NO. 2336 Poetry. A War-Song of the Revolution. BY JOHN NEAL. Men of the North ! look up I There's tumult in your sky ; A troubled glory surging out, Orcat shadows Lurrying by. Tour strengh whero is it now ? Your quivers ara they snt 1 Your arrows in the rust of Jenlli ? Your fathers' bows unbent t Men of the North I awake ! Ye'ro cnllsd to from the deep ; Trumpets in every breese Yet there ye lis asleep. A stir in every tree ; A shout from every ware; A challenging on every side ; A moan from every grave ; A tattle in the sky ; Ships thundering through the air Jehovuh on his march Men of tho North ! to prayer I Xow, now in nil your strength ; There's tlmt before your way, Above, altout you; aud below, Liko arm its in airay. Lift up your eyes, and seo Tho changes overhead ; 'ow hold your breath, and hear The muttering of the dead. See how the midnight air With bright commotion burns, Thronging wil...

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. — 12 July 1861

.L..LLUL'II!!'1!'!!!1! 8Hti.tr.. geswie anide. BDITOBI. WARREN, FRIDAY, JULY 12, A. AO.MM. (K N.IUIHIOOJ) The Comet. The celestial visiter which so unexpect edly made its appearance in the rtcateti9. fome two wciks mii, is rapidly approach ing the zrtfith. So far as our knowledge extends, its appearance at this time had not been predicted by astronomers, nor is it ccituinly identified with any one which has been seen before. It has evidently passed its perihelion, and is now receding from the sun, as its tail, which always points from the sun, precede? its head; ( in ot'. cr words, it is ne w following its tail.) l!ur rittYiicography of the Heavens, says, "the luminous train of a cimet usually j dimes if. as it approaches the sun, and goes before !', when the comet recedes from the sun ; sometimes the tail of a comet is considera bly curved towjrds the region to which the comet is tending." "The appearand of the planets is glob ular, and their motion around the sun nearly in the sam...

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. — 12 July 1861

Arrival and Departure of Mails. Post Orrti-i, Walesa, Omo.l UayS.. Hill. I Yurmnwi dally, rrlvc ? JO p in. leave Itilii m. ivlad, do do lMftam do S:SI)pa. Pit.!, do tin pro. an Oil. iMnamns, do do 10 a ra. do pm. frusna.arrlvee Toot. Than. 8at. 10 ) m. Leaves same tUy at 1t p V). W. flsssiirtLi.t arrives Men. Wcd.Trl. Sp a. Leaves Tuft. Than. Sat. at IV as. lsK.eisnH. arrives Ton. Thars. tat. by 7 pa. I.ravre Don. Wed. Frl tm. H. In.nowrtKi.D, srrltee Mom. Wed. Fti. by 7 pm l.t-evee Tan. Thnre. It. t f s. VmtvmoToa, arrlee Wed. Frl. ty J p m. Lesves Tuee. Than at? m. Cr.nm. via Dark Creek, Hsnrali's Mills, Ac, sr rives Fridays at S p m. Leave Twee. t6, a m JPMails which lesve at or before B am., are closed tliepreeetllnf evening at 9 p m. All othors aro closed half an hour previous to their departure. O. M. PATCH. P. M. llfT-'' l'op letter delivered unless pre paid. Home Intelligence. [For the Chronicle.] Suicide—Corner's Inquest. Di:ab Sins: On MotiJny, the first inst., 1 va culled...

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. — 12 July 1861

F. E- & U- II. IIUTCIIIKS, 4 TT0RNEY8 AT LAW, will prac -iY tire Lav in Trumbull and Mhnlng nuntle.. Oliee on east IJe of Puhlio S tuare, (rnrm'rly ner. pied by Hon. U. T. Huffman) Vierren. Tniuilull Co. Majr IT, j. t. !. ai.nenr Teo. ASPER & WATSON, TTORNEYfl AT LAW. Wprren, jCV 0., Office So .,';, Market St., ovfT. Mer'. More. M -M, l-l. p W . R A T L I F F .a ( r M I is ) oyer Frneni.n, Hunt & Co.". Hunting Home, (for merly occupied by Cos, Ratlin" A Spear.) Market Kt. Warren, Ohio. Jan3 LBEU'F S. HALL, Aitorncj i "IX. Law, Warren, Ohl Aug. H. I SOU. ly J A. V. J O N K is, TTORNEY AT LAW ,fc Insuntnec jfV. Agent. Office ia Council Rom. foot of aurlci-t Street. Warren, Trumbull Co., Ohio. Ajrll JK'-W C. W. SMITH . L. WOOD. SMITH & WOOD, TTOllNEYS AT LAW A INSU- i V. RANCK AUKNTS. Olllce in th Council Koom at the loot of Market r?lreet. Warreu, Tr.inlull Co., Ohio. April , 'bO.-ly W. 0. FORRIST. II. L. BURNETT? 1'OKKtST & BURN KIT, A TTORNEYS. Office on east mJc...

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 July 1861

Poetry. TO THE AMERICAN FLAG. BY J. LORD. Grm of the starry niht. Shedding iby freedom liglil. '' Ever thy rays onite Belting the kisl , .' Let no dissension clonil Darker a In-am ao proud Wave till the eon of tby gl-rj arise. Ever thy treasures hob! Firm in the silken fold, Binding, with Lands ot golJ, "Many in one." Then shall thy glory be Union and Liberty Then shall Ihe will of our Fathers be done Where'er thy pinion more, , Laden with freedom -love, -;' Pare as the stare above Illume thy way; ' ' And with thy glorious light, . Banish oppression's night! Crowning the joyous earth with Freedom's day. God of the nation's might! Ever our hearts unite Keeping our banner bright. Waving above. Till every land shall be Hallowed by Liberty, A bi every heart by the spirit of love. OUTWARD BOUND. BY KATE CAMERON. From the shilling strand of childhood. Ships went sailing long ago. Laden with the richest treasures Which my heart can ever know. Thoughts as pure as morning dew-drops, Fancies ...

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 July 1861

O. A. ADAMS. G.N.IUPGOOU n3 17 fAHSEX, WEDNESDAY, JUL' Will Party Polities be laid aside at the coming State Election? The Democratic State Central Commit tee has issued & call for a State Conven tion, t be bell at Columbus, ou the 7 th of August, an l the following is one of the resolution which aeoompan j the call : Retolctd, That all the electors of the State of Ohio, who are in favor of perpetu ating the principles upon which our U nion was founded, and are convinced that the present State and National Administration re wholly incompetent to manage the go vernment in its present critical condition, ai well at all who arc opposed to the grow extravagance and corruption now so alarm ingly prevalent in public affairs, be earn estly invited to unite with the Democracy in this hour of our country's peril, and thus redeem the State, and place Us adminis tration in competent hands. If each are the sentiments of any con ideralle port'on of the Dcmorratio party in this State, and suc...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 17 July 1861

..THE 4fffln 4iHUfi ftUU.n?!) .WfcfllH 1 Hvi vw w vtfiwiv f TEHJISOme Dollar Fifty Cet,l eelvaaee , Two Dollar, if payment l ) 1 advance. B7a paper discentiaaed antil all arrearages ara scaytattse aptiaa af tbepaklishera. KATCS OF AVTBHTISIKO Oaa oqaarw.t welee lines or less. Srst insertion , da each additional insertion... da' eae year.--.-. . Two squares, time nieaths - d a ix months. ..... --- da ore year-.--... ....... tae-fourth af inliai. thro awlhi.. d. - 3. .Tear.... - w . . . ., . . i . . Mauiub . oarii,.. Aoarews Carde insenea lorn ------: a 4 8 Tr?AdvertiseBMats ehoald be marked lha aaasbor intil ordered act. ana enarire" u. m ----- ETCaawal advertiaementetB be paid far whoa JOB PRINTING- aTtac a saparlar assortment of Job Printing mato - rial, w ara prepared ta execute in the best manner, klada or plain and fancy Book aad Job Printing, Address Cards, CertiScatss. Labels, Basinets Cards, Cheek Books, Manifests, hak Checks, Colored PrtBtiBg.riotee. ills of Lading, Drafts, ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 17 July 1861

F- & S U-. II. HUTCIli.NS. A TTORNEYS AT LA ft7, will prao- tice Law In Trumbull and a.ab.on:rr counties. Cfi-e east tide of Public Square. Krmerly occu-1-itJ pj Hun. B. J. Koffae,:.' Vtarr.n. Trumbull Co. VM"- Hay 17. lcW. fcj .' . 1 i1 1 1 . 1 1 . . Atria. ALBERT lk'4fOl. J ASPER & WATSON. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. W.rren.i 7 W . R A T L I F 3 I iff Arrrra ' Tetia. Iluat At Cu.'t twnklng House, (f-r--rly sacspwU by Cox, RaUlI Sf ce.) artel Si. Warren, uhle. jan'.'J A LBEKT S. HALL, A Law, Warren. OLlo iig-8. ISeo. Ijr.J A ttorney at A. W. JONESV TTOBNEY AT LAW at Insurance tO- Af-en. OIBc In the Council Roam, tool of Karaat atr-ct. Warren, Irmnoull Co., Ohio . w.-iy O. W. E1I1TU 4.I..U0U0. SMITH &. WOOD, A TT0RNEY6 AT LAW b IXSU- &ANCK AdKN'Tft. Office in the Council Room at tba lo.t af aiaraet Suctt, Warrea, Tr.mbull Co wnt!: - April 4. 'Wl.-ly '. o. rosaieT. o. t. BiEXEtr. rOERIST & EUEXETT, A TTORNEYS. Office on east tide c( Public Pqnare, (formerly occupied bf Hon....

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 24 July 1861

I Hrtf ttm 3 !toklq amihj Sonrnal, Denote ta mbnm, Sljrifulfnrf, Xiforaftirf, (Bburation, lord Sufdligtnrr, anb ijt JSrnis of tjr 5aq. EAFOOOD & A DAMS. $1,50 PEi AiraTJM, IS AST AITCX. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1861. WHOLE NO. 8335. VOL. 45, NO. 50 Poetry. GIRLS OF THE WEST. BY JESSE CLEMENT. like the land wht-re The girl of the Wert . they bloom. Are rich in the graces which nature hestowe; AH the sweet-scented virtues their lite that perfume. Grow rank -in their hearts like the wild . prairie rose. With the smiles that are at tiers and willingly charm, '', Like meadows with daisies, their faces are rife. And their breath, like the fawn's, is as lavish as balm. As a breeze from the hyacinth's prodigal life. The tinge on their cheeks, so enchantingly bright. Is the color which nature, unaided.imparts. And Innocence flooding their eyes with her r .light. 'Their tows are as true as the beat of their hearts. Go, search the world over for beauty and " : wor...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 24 July 1861

Sftrstern Qtsnh Ctenicl?. - '- A. ADAMS. O-N.HAPOOOI) EDITORS. tTABSES. WED2STSBAY. JTJT.Y 21.: J ; : , Forward to Richmond. or iiic last- two months, this has been i ....... the cry of the New Yoik Tribune, aud the New York Times. The distinguished mil itary chieftains who occupy the editorial ehairs pi txese tar papers, have been giv-1 irg thr.ir orders to the War Dcpaitmentat Washington, and at last they have been obeyed, and thousands of widows, orphans and childless parents, mourn in their des olate homes. Although the ablest and west experienced general of his age was at the head of the army of the United States, ! nd lie was assisted by all the loyal mili tary men of his country, it was not enough to satisfy the men who control the Trib une aud Times, and all the immense power . of those papers has been wielded to induce a forward movement of the army, in -direct -opposition to tho opinion f Gen. Scott It is, of -course, f robablc that personally he was influenced but little,...

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