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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 6 November 1861

TP .THE j lirGOOD k'lDlIS, Propritten. j Y&MS43kD)ar4 Fifty Cents, In - VMCB 1 TWO Uoriara. if urwiit la nnt ! Aasl in ad paper discontinued mntil all trmnpi art uaid "tawBiat th ptios or ttie publishers . KATKS OF ADVERTISING amsn,lwlT 11ms. r less, irst Insertl.a, t S ds .ach additional insertion. ..... ... SS aa sw year. Ta-a aoBMraa, throe months., do six Months.... 6 , 4 00 ............ 7 00 w one year - 1 w 3s-foarr. af tMlian, tare moath. ........ 00 4a sis do '2 4a aa .aeyear SO U0 Cnrer advertisements Inserted at a reasonable rate. Address Cards iaswrted for the year, at 1 1 ,UU per line. TTT Advertisements should be narked the number of Umee to be Inserted, otherwise they will be continued BBtil ordered oat.aJid charged for at the above rates. II i-CaaoaJ advertisemeau to be paid far whoa hand JOB PRINTIXO. flavtaf a superior aaaortasent of Job Printing mate rial, we are prepared to execute in the best manner, al kinds of plain and fancy Book and Job f rinlicc, Address...

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. — 6 November 1861

1 BUT 1W. RATLirr & WATSON. A TTGRNEYS, OfSce oa Market St., XV ever Banking Offi:t cf rmou, riant A Co , June!, li-61-tf.l GEO F. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Te.b's New r.! ark. Wain Street, Warren, O. Upri!lO,lt6i-lJ C. W. SMITH a. L. WOOD. SMITH & WOOD, A TTORNEYS AT LAW fe INSU- -s-jL RANCK AG .NTS. 03ee In the Council Room st the (01 of kiarkct Street, Warren, Trembull Co.. vaio. April 4. J.-ty TOHN D. KING, Attorney at Law, ) Warrn. OV. OSes on High Street, North of the Court H.Mi.e. April 'SU-y t. . CfX, W. T. VFKAft COX & SP GAR, ' . ATTORNEYS. Offoeon ITarket 3u.o-r Idlings it Uorgan's Store, WABUES. O. A. W. JONES, A TTY AT LAW AND REAL ES- X tate Agent, at Power' Corners. Mecca, Tram ball Co., O. M.y 1, 1861 H.KrTt.K. B. X. J. & 31. RICE, MUSICIANS and SURGEONS Ersceville, Trumbull Conr.ty, Ohio. JCU&R BfclSOV, M. D. J. T. Min, K. B. IIARMOX & SMITH. PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS, OfBce north tide of the Public Square. CSce hour from 1 to S morning and cinii...

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. — 13 November 1861

r Ml 71 lr :l S "SSttklq araih Sourndl, Shuo'frifta mbnrn, igriralto, Xiftratar?, (Bkration, Xarnl SatrUigrnrr, anb trr Jleins af tjj? Daqi ' v 'r :: . . HAPQOOD & ADAMS. 4 v -.- . :VOk J6, NO. 14- WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 101. : WHOLE NO. 23 J 1 Poetry. Our Country's Call. BY WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT. Lay dowa'tlie ax. fling by the ipaje ; Lcare in its track Uie toiling plow ; Tlie rifle and the bayonet blade " . For arma lite your were fitter now. 'And let the bands that fly the pen ' Quit the light test and learn to wield The horsraan'a crooted brand, and rein -- The charger on the battle-field. Our country call ; away ! away ! To where the blood -stream blots the green; Stnk to defead the gentlest sway - That time in all his course baa seen. See from a thousand coverts seo, Spring the armed foes that haunt bor track; , They rush to smite her down, and wo Vast beat the banded traitors back. , Ho 1 sturdy as the oats ye cleare, And mored as soon to f...

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. — 13 November 1861

WSitslmx Qtstth mmk C. A. ADAMS, Q N.HAPCIOOD 1DIT0KS. LWAEEJEU, WED5ESD AY, EOV. 13. ' -- .l - - Removal of Fremont. The removal of Fremont from Lis posi tion as ChJ of the Department of the West, caused intense excitement among the soldiers of that department and in all the western cities. Fremont is not the man to sit down quietly under the charges of frand. &c., which have been made against Lim, cor is it liicly that the Cabinet has removed him without strong causes. The matter will be thoroughly sifted in the fu ture, and justice will be done. . ,If he has been incompetent or unfaithful, it will be proven against him, and if he has been re moved because he was likely to stand in the way of some anibituous raemhrr cf the Cabinet, that man had better have had a; millstone tied to his ncik. Removal of Fremont. Guyandotte, Va. Attacked and Burned. Gujandotte, Va., on the Ohio river, about ten miles from the .Kentucky line, was attacked by COO rebels on the rajht of the 10th. Ab...

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. — 13 November 1861

THE Mhskty fyserbc &toikU E1PC00D k lilis; Proprietor.. TfcEMR One Dollar aad Flftf Cents, ! advance T Dollar, if payawat Is not wad lit advaacc. Ko frapwr discontinued snail mil uranfn aft paid accept at tha aptioa af the publishers. . - RATES 01 ADTCSTISINO 0etir,twelve lines or less. Bravtmcrti.a.i SB da .ach additional insertion. ......... 85 da one year....- 4 9 Two So-ares, three OostH..;. . 4 0 da . aix Bntb. ............... 7 SO dk aoe year ................... 19 8U Oae-foartk af a ea luma, thro, months 0 da da six do da da enevenr. ............. S SO Iasradvrf!sesnents inserted at a rwasonabl. rate. Address Carda inserted for tbe year, at f 1 ,00 per line. HyAdvertiaesaenleenoold a narked the number or Urns, to ba iaaerted, otherwise they a-ill ba eantlnaed until ordered set, and charswd for at the above rales. JjjCuaual ad jrtiaemeau to bo paid tar when hand JOB PRINTING. Bavins a superior assortment of Job Printing mate rial, ao are prepared to execute in the heat man...

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. — 13 November 1861

GEO P. BBOWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Webb's Wew Black. Vain Street, Warren. O. (April 111, 18el-ly XJ. W- ExTITU - 0. L.WOOD. SMITH &, WOOD, ATTORNEYS AT LAW & INSU B.ANCB AGENTS. OtV In the Oonnetl Room tie to,tr Market Street, Warren, Trumbull Co., Ohio. April 4, 'bu.-ly JOHN D. KINO, Attorney at Law, V Wrrn- Oht.. Sice on High Street, Kerth of th. Cart Ham. April 'i't-j w. Tsrnan C02 & BP EAR, ATTORNEYS. PMse.n ilarket St.. over Idding, A Morgan's Store WABRE&.O. BsTTneiit. E. B. Taylor, E.q.,of Kavennn,will attend the respective Courts of Trumlm -I county .and aaaist upon the trial rf cant when desired, during the absence of Gen. Cox: E. B. TAYLOR, A TTORNEY AT LAW, -.-ill be in- m. attendancn un the Cemmon Pleas and Dis trict Courts ef TroBil nil County. Cluoe irith Con d. Spear, Market St.. Warren. O. Kor.C. 16I-:f - A. W. JONES, ATTY AT LAW AND REAL ES tate Agent, at Power Corner. Mecca, Tram ba.lC,.. O. Msy 1, lPoT - .. mien, a .. a. in-n. m. b. X.J. & ai.RirjR...

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. — 20 November 1861

- " - ' ' ' - i n ' i t m - . . - - il &faklq amihj Sonrnnl, Jhuofrtl to fmhm, irnlto, Xifrrafurr, cBbnrafton, loral SirftlKgwrr. anil Hems of fljeJDaq. HAPQOOD & ADAMS. VOL. 46, NO. 15- WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1561. WHOLE NO. 2355 J- $1,50 run Asjniir, ni advance.- . . i . - ... - . - Poetry. My Sweet, Sweet Home. BY FLETA FORREST. On a grassy slope, by the Xoresffside, Stands our humble, low-roofed cot, "Where the wild rose clambers above the door, And the swert forget-me-not ?&tfg,S eSjr UeCyee' While the gargling song, and rippling laugli, . well up from the streamlet mgu. Here the wild birds sing at early mom. 'Mong the whispering forest leaves; And the seented breath of the flowers is borne, Along by the grateful breeze; And the sunbeams, gay, come streaming in j I j I Through our open cottage door, And light the room with a beautiful smile, As they lie on the oaken floor. I think, sometimes, the goddess of spring Brings her sweetest ...

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. — 20 November 1861

SSesttra Qnttit tyiimh O. A. ADAMS, O N.HAWOOI) IBtTOsM. "WAJELEZlf, WEDNESDAY. EOV. 20. The National Finances. It -ftr-nct fail to be gratifying to every1 Iqyal American citiien to know that t this,' first time within the last half century ' hcn the soundness of the financial cotrdi- j tion ef the nation, and the capacity cf a republican government to bear heavy oon-: etary burden, rc severely put to the test, j that they .IrTe "both found equal to the cnier- ency. tt docs not cow icco probable, , vven if the civil war should not cease with- j in the venr, that the national debt will j reicu tte ?uia c S ;OT,000 0C0: but if thculd reach lLat tittuat it will not bo! one fourth as lnrcv in nr.: nt-rtion tf thcl Sieaca of the couutrv to ry. aud not or half great in proportion to the por ala tion. it this nation has twice befcye con tracted, and paid. When the Constitution Iras adopted, the population was 3.900.000, mu lire oauanai aci'i ir.n assumed, was 30.000.000, or abou. ?0 for ea...

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. — 20 November 1861

THE IIPCnnB a inisi PranriMnra , TERMS OicDollariUFinr ,! tdvMcef Tvo Dollars, if pajrnsoau is not al la advaBce H paper dtseontlaoed bbHI all arrearage! an said te.pt at the optlea f th publiahers. UTIS OF.ADTEKflStNa '- seaar,t waive Uses or less, first Insertlos, S aaek additional insertion.......... da en year ... ...... ........ Twa seaara. (arc mouths . 4 a ,. . six m.ntaa-.i.. da - - . mem year. ....... ae-rwarta af a ealama. tare months--.. da So six da da..- d one year. ....... .. 19 w 8 u mi Bgaradrcnlseaieata Inserted at a reasonable rate, -ddrwss Catds inserted for tbe year, at $i,OU ptr'inr. VfrAdvwrtisemeBts should h narked the nerabevo sas to be taserted. atherwise they will be eentinaed ptil ordered out, and charred for at the above rates. vryCaseal id. -rtiseawnt to be paid far when band JOIi PIUNTINC. aiag a superior aaaortment ef Job Printing mate tal. e an prepared ta eaeaw ia the best manner, ml xlads .1 plaia aad fancy Book and Job Prinlicc, address Cards, Cert...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 20 November 1861

; J . CORNET AT LAW. WebVa New Block. Vain Street. Warren. 0. (April l, lfc61-ly 0. W. SMITH 0. L.WOOD. SMITH & WOOD, A TTORNEYS AT LAW & INSU- JTX -KAXCB A.ENT8. Offlre In the Council Kooni - u. oi Market Street, Warren, Tr-rabnll Co., Ohio. April 4. 6.-ly JOHN D. KING. Attorney V.Lw, ' WlrrrB- Ofle on High Street, Nw-th of Wm Coort lions,. April 'Olt-y ,f"i .' ' w. T.Tr. COX fit SPEAR, ATTORNEYS. OfAeeon Marks St.. aver Iddings It Mori-in's Store, WAKBJiN. O. Bt agreement. E. B. Taylor. Ruj-.of Ravenna, will attend the respective Carts of Trumbu I eountv and assist upon the trial of caaaet when desired, during the absence of Gen. Cox: E. B. TAYLOR, A TTORNEY AT LAW, will be in - attendance noon the Common FWi and Die f nut Courts of Trnmbnll County. Ejiswr, Market St., Warren. O. srov.6. -Cl-tf Iffice with Cox k A. W. JONES, ATTY AT LAW AND REAL ES tat. Agent, at PoweJra' Corner, Mecca, Trom bail Co., 0. May 1. 18ot. Jlppitinri. . j. ares, a. tin. . n. N. J. & M. RICE,...

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. — 27 November 1861

f s Ml V Ml! V. . hap good 4 adaks. J $ SlMIq amilg f onrnal, Dfuotfb ta rtrtom, irnlturf, Xitrrafnr?, (Bbaration, Inral Snftlllgenrr, anb f Jre Shins ef ttr Daq. ji,50PEiAjnniit,i2i.AD7A2fCE..i T '" " ' ' I I B.B- .i II . in I ' - ' ' ' ! , TM"MM T ' ,T .W I.. , . . -,i VOL 46, NO. 16 WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1561. ' WHOLE NO. 2356. . ut ' Poetry. The Battle. FROM THE GERMAN OF SCHILLER. . i : ' Sm the smoke, bow the lightning is cleaving asunder J - . I ! . , i j .Tke-deadmenliebaUiedia the weltering blood- This splendid baule pii-ca by SeWiiW, translated by bir. ttulwer LyUou, is Incit ed xrith new interest t tiu nine. whn war nl rumors of war ptvTali. There is probably no po-try ol tus kiul. equal to tit i by tin great German poet, in toe entire world of liter ture. n . ; Heary and solemn, A cloudy eoluuin. Through the green plain they marching eame; Measnreless spread, like a tau.e Oread, For the wild grim diee of the iron game! Looks are bent on 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. — 27 November 1861

S&tsfcrn cscrh Cjrjraclt. O. A. ADAMS, O N.HAPOOOD IDITOEB. WAZSLEX, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27. The Rebellion—Past and Present. The change which has taken place in the aspect of the southern rebellion within the last few weeks, is patent tp the most careless observer, Not that the real change in the actual status of affairs has all been made within that time, for the causes hive been steadily operating since its first com mencement; it is only that the effxts are more apparent "V hen the -first gun was fired at Fort Sumpter. the whole plan of tho war had been mapfec? out by the leaders of the re bellion ; through all the slave States, re sistance to the 'federal authority was fully organized ; all the material for a great war had been collected ; every preparation on their part was so complete that a great tinny could Le callid into existence in a week; not only was the government found totally unprepared, but it had been system atically shipped of the few arms and mu nitions of war it...

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. — 27 November 1861

thu; - Wesf eft $e$eirbe Chicle SiPCCOJ k ICAiS, Prorriclori. . TERMS OmeDolIaraitdFiftr Ce?mts,Iss inat Tw Dollars, If Batrneat is aot aaaa la ad ranee. V paper diaooatiaaed aatil all arrearages xe esxeptat the optica of the pabiiahera. . . atATM Of ADTESTISISd ' One sqaare,lrarrnaeee tea. Bret lsrtioB, 5 MchaMitioBal lmni....- Si ... M 4 08 7 oe Te eqaares, thm months. six months.... ana 19 BO Oae-fsarta af aeolama.three months. ........ 8 do- tix do IS 4. i BeTer 0M liftdTittimntt Inserted at a reasonable rate. Address Carda inserted for the year, at 91, OA per line. HyAorrrtljementa should he marked the namber of Isaeate be inserted, otherwise they trill be continued til ordered set, and charged for at the abere rates. IOCaaaa) advertisements to be paid for when hand JOB PRINTINO. aria r a re perl or assortment of Job Print Oft mate rial, we are prepared to exeemte in the best manner.i kinds orplaia and raacy Book and Job Prinlice, f t ea as Address Cards.' ' Certificates. Label...

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. — 27 November 1861

GEO F. BROWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Webb's New Block. Main Street, Warren, O. (April 10. 1861-ly O.W.SMITH - . L.WOOD. SMITH & WOOD, ATTORNEYS AT LAW t INSTJ BAXCI ABCNTS. Office 1b the Council Room at the feet of Market Street, Warren, Tramball Co., Oaie. April . eO.-ly JOHN D. KING, Attorney at Law, Warrea. Ohio. OA aa High Street, Keith of the Ceurt Hon. April 5-y j. scor. w. T. srtaa COS & SPEAR, ATfORfJEYS. Ofieeen Market St.. over Iddingt St Morgan's Store, WARREN, o. Br agreement, I. B. Taylor, Bq.,ef Ravenna, will attend the veepectivt Court of T rumba 1 eonotr .and aeeiat apoa the trial of eaaaea when desired, daring tao absence ef lien. Cor: E. B. TAYLOH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, will be in attendance apoa the Common Plea and Die triet Court of Trambull Couety. Office with Cox ck Spear, Market St , Warrea , O. Sov.S, -61-U A. W.. JONES, A TTY AT LAW AND REAL E3- XX tate 4 rent, at Power' Corner. Mecca, Tram Sail 0e., O. May 1, 1861. Spinalis. '. t. area, K a. at KICC. B. D. PHY...

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 December 1861

fit mwrtflM .-... . ' & 38tfklq amilq Hcurna!, Ifruofrh to rrrftora, irnltarff Xitato, (Bbaratian, lord Safrlligenrr, anu tjre Kleins of ti;t Datj. HAPGOOD & ADAMS. j $1,50 PEi AinniBr, nr advaxcs. ? WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER J, 1561. VOIu 46, NO. 17 WHOLE NO. 2.357. ! E ' i J i Poetry. Ode to a Bob-Tailed Cat. Fair Infelix! Cat unfortunate. With nary narrative! Caust tbou no.talc relato Of how (Miaow!) - Thy tail-enJ came to terminate So bluntly? - Didit wear it off by Sedentary liabits. At do the rabbit ? Didst go Fishing with it, t ' Wishing with it To "bob" foreat-fUh, . ' And got bobbed thyself! Curaea on that fish ! - Didst lose it in kittenhood. Hungrily chewing it? Or. gayly pursuiug it. Did it make tangent, Abrupt rrfrmtjgt-nt. From thy swi:t circuit? Did some brother Gray back ' Yowling , . .- And bowling . -In nocturnal strite, ' Spitting and staring, .- Cursmg ami Swraring. -" ' Ripping and tearing. ' - Calling tliee "'sausage-tail" Abbre...

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 December 1861

fi&tshm Qtstxh tyizmh. CI. A. a n. ADAMS, HAPOOOD IDITOSB. W AXREN, WED3JESD AY, EEC. 4. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Fellow Citizens of the &na!s and House rtf Representatives ; In tb.c tulclst of unprecedented political troubles tro bare cause of great gratitude lo Cod for unasual good Leakh aud most abundant harvests. You will not lc sur prised to learn that in the peculiar exigen cies of the times our intercourse with for eign cations Las been attended with pro found solicitude, chiefly turning upon cur m domestic affairs. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. THE REBELLION AND FOREIGN INTERFERENCE A disloyal portion of the American peo ple Have, during the Vls year, been en gaged in hb attempt t'j divide and destroy the Ltnon. A ration which endures fac tions domestic divisions Is exposed to dis fespect abroad, and one party, or both, is feUre, Bonrer or later, to invoke foreign in tervention. Nations thus temfted to inter fere are not always able to resist the coun sels of eeeming expediency a...

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 December 1861

THE l.iifrlODD ft A3lis, Proprietors. TERMS On Dollar and Fifty Cents, in tvnncet Two Dollars, if payment Is not ! In gttlraace. papst discontinued nntil all arrearages ars paid wtctptat tat ptiom vl the publishers. ' aLa.t8 01 ADTKXTISISa One twelve line or leu. Brit Insertion, 5" aaaieioaal insertion. . one year.... .................. . 6 J thwarts, three months 4 ) siztaanths. ' V . one year 19 00 One forth , e.lanan. three months 8 . - ae eix do - do anevear 0 00 'arwradTertlseaacnts Ineerted at a reasonable rate. AMrett Cards inserted for the year, at 1.00 per line. . ILr Awvartisemente shoa Id be marked I he anmber of "aw to be Inserted, otherwise they will be continued nntil ordered Oct, and charged for at the above rates. HjCaaual adv irtisements to be paid fer when hand JOB PRINTINO. stawtaf superior assortment of Job Printing mate Hal, we are prepared to execute in the best manner, al mass oi piaia and fancy Book and Job Frinti;, Address Cards, Basinet Cards, Kank Checks, ...

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 December 1861

GEO. P. BROWN, 'attorney at law. Webb's Kew Block, Htii Street, Wuni, O. April 10. 1861-lr 0. W. SMITH O. HOOD. SMITH & WOOD, A TTORNEYS AT LAW fc INSU- X. BAKCa AQENT3. Omce la th. Council koom at lb loot of Marke Street, Warren, Trxmrro II Co., April 4. tO.-ly JOHN D. KING, Attorney at Law, Warren. Ohio. Offic. on High Street, North of tb Coort How. April 'iit-y J. .ooi. w. T. erBSB COX & SF CAR, ATTORNEYS. eaooon market St.. over Iddisg At Morgan Store WABVB-KN.O. Br iirmfil, . B. Taylor, B iq., of Ravenna, will attend the respective Courts of Trumbull county .a-d oiit upon the trial of cum when desired, during tho absouee of Gen. Cox: e.-b. taylok; ATTORNEY AT LAW, will be in attendance upon tbt Common Plea and Di . trrct Court of Trnmboll Couhty. Office vita Cos oc Spear, Market Si, Warren, O. A. W. JONES, A TTY AT LAW AND REAL E3 XX tat Agent, at Powere' Corner. Mecca. Tram Sail Co., O. - Ma 1, 1881. a. t. mica, . at. ic.n. D. X. J. & 31. RICE, PHYSICIANS and SURGE...

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 December 1861

SI 3wklq amity fournal, Dtnotrb to mbora, ilgrirnltarr, Tilmlun, Bhumm, loral Satdligrnrr, nub llcutf of tjjr J)aq. HAf GOOD & ADAMS $1,50 PES, AJnnJM, EI ADVANCE- WARRED, TBIJMiiULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER II,-1561. .VOL. 46, i0. 18 WHOLE NO. 235$; i Poetry. "The Situation." ' There' a tpleodid country going to seed, A paopl living in rt nrJ. And animals running short of (vol, ' For want of nu-aneand labor; Thera's a bogus Government made with skill, - By a l-adr who always li-J will' a will, u i.i. .. k- .- I . ;.. t,ll , Oar most esntanktruus neighbor! . i There are grass grown ei'.ies anl US..-1. ss ports. A VaOlltl l RV1UII uui oi A host of mercl-aiits trotibV 1 with "shorts." Whose credit i grttir.g rotlfn : - There are empty war.--r.oru. gloomy and wide. Where rats and hais and cat rcsi.ie. In holes and corners they lv to hM. That ought to be crammed with cotton. . . , . .... i . i n. . i I.. . 1 Dere a a uantirupt uvasury. wji ir-v A monstrous tchvuie thai, mus...

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 December 1861

fflitshm Ststtbt Ciirciucle.! CI. A. ADAMS, n N.UAP0001 i d no as. Congress. Tkfc Cotigrtss now in session will exer Viso s. more potent influence upon the future j of tbU nation than most of its prcJec?55or perhaps more than any sineo the first Con gress. : Many changes have occurred since the last, and some seats will be vacant. One of the first acts of this session was to expel the traitor, John 0. Breckinridge, . of Kentucky, and Lis seat will probally rbe filled ly Crittenden, or Holt Benjamin " . -Stark, of OrcD, will take the place of the! lamented Col. liuker. T. J. Phelps and A. A. Sargant, from California, will take their seats for the first time. Burnett of Kentucky, Norton and fieed of Alissouri, will probably be expelled, if they have not been, already. Several other changes will be made, three or four new members from the loyal sectiuDS of Virginia will probably represent loyal Virginians, and rierhuj'S ce from North Carolina will tikis i-ff a ps.rt df the curse from t...

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