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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 19 February 1862

WeStSni ReSerVO ChrOllicle TERMS OF SCB5CRIPTI0K, Ont Dvflar and Fifty Centm, in aaVaarc.- 3V, IK "". V pttymr-t i n; ..Wa M odt .tiC. NO pa. her discontinued until all arrearages are paid ex . ecpt M the option of the publishers. Rate-s f Advertising, 3- Twelve linos equal to one inch in space, male i w ) 8w i 8m 6m lyr 1 Soj uarc $ ,UI 1.0Q 8 1-.50 $ 2,50 I 4,0 $ 7.CO 2 Square 1,00 2i00J 3,00 3.5UI S,00 J.0U 7.001 js.nu 10.00 1 16,00 3 Square 1.5Q ' cold inn 4A 7.001" 6.l ?.Ct'T 12,00 f l-i colomn 4.001 12.00 120.0035.00 20,00 1 300 - GO. 00 1 colomn 6,03 I 9,00" Advertisements not tinder contract, must be mark ed the length of time desired, er they will be continued and charred far nntjl nrderaH a.. Special Notices, and extra displaced Advertise menta. 50 ner cent non. Ti.. . U., . .. ,J : - : : . , .. . . . . sZSVZr?5Zr 'nua' oul "mtnor3r TinJad?a,;ncle!VCtiel,,cn', ,0 be rald ot inTiu'IlbIy VmI ,.: :n v. , , . i i f " cuargea extra lor Dis solution and other Notices, not connec...

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. — 19 February 1862

THE TIPSY MAN'S SOLILOQUY. Outatf fiietavers t'y, Jut stepped to-nit-lit 1 yf? "i TOJ7 bad plight; j r-tht hand sua Ml hud tn both oat of plsoe ye se Aruakl th a Trj clear caw. jJoM J "tJi Try qaear fiur you eut; 0n y v ttariti while t'other is shut Tipsy, I . ud fvm i erestly to blame; Ul m ro are. tu a homiii ansae. Than the stryct-Untp what a scandalous aiht, one of taeta soberir tlaudiuf apncht; Kckinfi ami sarrriiur why, en mj rdj &ach vf the lamps is as drunk as a lord. All is araftuien, now isnl it odd T Xothim is sober that I see abroad: fiure 'twm rash with this erew to remain. Better to into the tarera acsio. A Yankee Courtship. TVtsll, you see, me and Sal got along mid dim' well for some time, till I made up bt mind to fetch iking, to a bed, for I loved bcr harder and harder every day, and 1 had an idea that she bad a sorter sneaking kindness for me, but how to dew the thing up right pestered me orfuL I got some love books and red how fellers got down on their marrow ...

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. — 26 February 1862

Western Reserve Chron ICLE. VOL. 46, NO. 29. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1862. WHOLE Na 2369. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. O. HAFOOOD, C. A. 1D1XS. V. EITEIIL. HAPGOOD. ADAHS RITEZEL, FCBLtSBEKS OF "Western Reserve Chronicle. EMPIRE BLOCK, MARKET ST. M-Far term, rate o advertitinf, t, tee intiU.VX PROFESSIONAL. GEOBGE F. BBOWX, Attorney it Lav, Webb's New Bloc!, Hiii Street, arren. unio. A. W. J ON ES, Attorney at Law and Ilea! Estate Arent. at Power' vorners, nieeca, iruinDuil county, umo. 1. 1 ri LUB, Attorney at Law; office in Jameson's building. Mar-1 aei cixeot, n arren, uuio. JEFFERSON PALM, Attorney at Law: office on Main Street, 'Warren. 0. Will attend, with fidelity to any business entrust- eo. to nil care. WHITTLESET ADAMS, Attorney at Law and Xotary Public. Warren. Ohio. Collations promptly made. Deed? acknowledged. ana conyevancins attended to; omce tn McCombs E. II. EXSICS, Attorney at L'nw and N otary Publie: office at the Post OSee, Newton Falls, Ohi...

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. — 26 February 1862

TKE CHRONICLE t WKDJTCSBAT, FEBSTJABY M, 1808. Inconsistent. Congressional and "Sit legislative proceedings, it is of late matter of frequent occurrence, to read - of petition being presented from certain I localities, asking our legislators to "let the nigger question alone, and attend to matters of more general concern." Per haps in the same day's proceedings will be the announcement that the very same class of persons are beseiging the Legis lature with prayers to pass laws prohibit ing negroes from settleing in the State, under severe penalties. Now it is plain that those .persons who are apparent ly anxious to have the negro question ig nored, are hypocritical in their " profes sions, else why do" they ask the Legisla ture to meddle with the question in any shape T Evidently they are opposed to agitating-the "nigger question," when any measure is discussed proposing the amelioration of. that unfortunate class; but if someheartless individual devises a scheme for the oppression ...

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. — 26 February 1862

Western Reserve Chronicle TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Cemf, a Dot ar'. pawmtmt not made in advance. No pa per diseontinoed until. all arrearages are paid opt at tho opuon of the publishers. Rates of Advertising. one in space, make a bunar. Iw lw tw im m lyr 3 So K column H eoluma 1.50 1 3,00 5.00 1 7.00 I 10.00 I 16.00 i.60 4.00 1 6.00 1 8.001 12.00 1 20.00 .00 I 7.00 I 9.00 I 12.00 J 20.001 3-5.10 1 column 6.00 1 9.00 1 12.00 1 20,00 1 35,00 1 60.00 be 1 Squire $ ,50 1 $1.00 1 $ 1,50 1 $ iSn ! $ 4.0 I T CO lEquna 1,00 iWJ a., B.uuiiuu -AdrertuemenU not under contract, must be mark a um teagtn ot time desired, or tbey will Oontinned And ehmrrMl fur until nr.inr.vi tin t Special Xotieet, and extra displayed Advertise- menu, ou per eeni more. Deatbj and Marriages inserted gratia, but Obituary Notices charred half price. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably Yearly Advertisers will be charred nlr far Ttw. solution -and other Notices, Dot connected with wiw rwuiar easiness. Busi...

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. — 26 February 1862

THE BEWITCHED TARRIER. THE BEWITCHED TARRIER. BY THE ARKANSAN NIGHTINGALE. 5am Johnson m a, cullud man, ' n ho tired down by the 10a: '". He owned a rat tin tarrier T?ood "bout one foot threes And tee way that ereature chawed np rati . Waoooafortoaee. Behind the kitchen stove, . V hea tuddanly a wicked Boa A arty Utile cove- Commenoed noon his faithful back " it many jumps to rove. ' Tfe" ?? that Urn or, itn frenty in his eye, " Aord aitin only lone enouxh Is make a touchia' cry. Commenced te twin himself around Most wonderfully spry. But all in Tain; hit shape was aich " So awful short and fiat That thourb he double up taisselt And strained hisaelf at that, - Bui mouth was half an inch away From where the varmint sat. The dorr set n He dorr set np aa awful yowl And twisted like an eel i iwuu ue a wneeu But still that most owdacions flea IT n up a constant chaw H1 "here he couldn't be scratched out By any reach of paw. And always half an inch beyond sua wtctia'asnappin' jaw. 8am Joh...

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. — 5 March 1862

WHOLE NO. 2370. "T"lT fl "MirV 9(1 " VTT T1TT7XT rrrTTirrTTT T ATTTmTr .-r-w-r-v - . . " ' ' " vahjuiw, inuMDULL uuuiui, uniu, WEDMSDAY, MARCH 5, 1862. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. O. . H1FOOOD, e. . ARAMS, T. E1TEZEL. niKOOO. ADAXS RITEZEL, rCSLISHF.KS b VeSTERN xtl-SERVE CltrtONlCLE. EMPIRE BLOCK, M&SX&f fc. SWior Crrsw, rate o advttiUine.&c set innde.'it PROFESSIONAL. 6EORGE F. BROWX, Attorney at Law, Webb's New Block, Main Street. Warren. Ohio. . A. W. JOXES, Attu-ney at Law and Real Estate Aicnt, at Power t Corners, Mecca, Trumbull County, Ohio. I. L. FILLER, Attorney at Law; office in Jameson's build ng. Mar ket Street, Warren, Ohio. " JEFFERSON PALM. -Attorney at Law: office on Msin Street, Warren, O. Will attend, with fidelity to any business entrust ed to his care. " WHITTLESEY ADAMS, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. Warren. Ohio, Collections promptly made. Deed arknnwledeed. and Convevaneinf attended to: office in McCombs Mmth s Alloc.. E. II. EXSIG.V. Attorney at Law...

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. — 5 March 1862

WEDXESDAT. MARCH S, 1862. Mr. Hutchins' Postage Bill. representative has introduced a bill "to equalise the rates of postage, establish a uniform method of letter delivery-in. cities and towns, create post of5ce money order system, abolish the present mode of franking, provide for the payment of all government postage out of the treasury, and for other pur poses." . As its title indicates, tbo bill has many (tactions, and provisions, is of very con siderable length, and our readers must be content with & short synopsis .describing its principal features, instead of the bill itself, and this we give below. Its princi pal features are . , 1.' Letter postage (under half ounce) is reduced from three to two cents, to be doubled and quadrupled as the letter in creases in weight. If carried oyer 3,000 miles, double these rates. 2. -Newspapers riot exceeding four ounces in weight are to pay twenty cente per annum (quarterly, or more in advance) for a weekly, end corresponding rates for ...

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. — 5 March 1862

T7esteni Reserve Chronicle. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. On Dollar sad Ifty CmU. udramee: Tiro Dol ars, jnyHMt m sm made-vm advanet, Ko pa--ar discontinued util.mil arrearages are paid ex spt at the option of tbeirabliahers. f AsUwrtisinz. Twelve lines aotial toon inch in apace, make ftfcqaare. J J m J 6m J lj r $ 1.50 1 $ 2.50 $ 4.0)1$ 7.00 l.WI 2.001 SrVraarcs 10) 8,ft) 3,501 6.UUI ,du 12.UU 6,00 1 7.001 10.001 18.00 : K colaan 2,50 1 4,001 6.00 1 8.001 12.00.1 20.00 "KeolMPn 4.001 7.0 9.801 .12.001 30.001 35.00 1 oolamn .001 B.OQl.lZfjOl 20.00 I "asTOO I 60.1 00 'ii)fM4Uiti .ni anitw MintraeL most be mark' d the length of time desired, or they will be ontinuiM and charged for until ordered out "fill i isl Notices, and extra displayed Advertise ments, 50 per cent more, i Dentin and Marriages inserted gratis, bat Obituary Notice charred half Phc. ': Transient Advertisement, to M pH far invariably in advance. -Yesu-lv Advertisers will be charred extra for Dis solution and other Notices, n...

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. — 5 March 1862

WHAT PRIVATE MAGUIRE SAYS: "'Orh ! it U nate to be captain or Merc, IMvil a bit would I want to lie higher. But to rust as a private I think's an internal FredicauienUurely," says Private Jlaguire. 'T.?'r1cn,, ro sPi'n' nd plavin' at billiards A. iih money to spend for their slightest desire Hr-i.'-', '"ll,nll'm "! dhrinkin' at Willnm's. While wo rc on picket," says Private Majuire. "Livin' m clover they think it's a trifle And aiiT1.?11. in the ni lnd "e mire. Ji.f j ard by Wllh a villainous riflo diet ready to pop ye," fy, rrivate Majuire. 'h- "p.wi tt s not that I'm after eoaiplainin'. 1 m spilin' to moot ye. Jiff. Davis. Enquire 1 IP blagcanl ' it'. r,k. V .V .iTL.:..: Ana m rain in .and thrsinin'.'says Private Maguire. 0 Lord for a row ! bat, Magnire, be aisv, A??,?,5'ourself 8we, fr the ineinv's fire, MeUellnn , thcsanlin' that shortiv will nlne ve. xe me noly fct. Patrick !" gays Private ilaguiro. And. lad. if ve'rebit (ft Yi.1J ty.t ;-r i Jimmy O'Dowd would make up to Maria ...

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 March 1862

Reserve GMbNICiGE: TEE vc.1t VOL. 46, NO. 30, WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 12, 1862. WHOLE NO. 2370. fitTSINESS DIRECTORY. ft. . fclPWHID, C. A. ADAMS, T. KITEZIU HAfGOOD, ADAXS A RITEZEL, ' PUSLISHERS OF rAVEST'EltN ReSEEVE CHRONICLE. " ,,' tttPtiU BLOCS, MAHXIT ST. ; &For term, rata of advertirixe, ( c tee in PROrESSIONAH tiEORCC F. BKOWX, , Attorney at law, Webb's Xcw Block, Main Street, Warren. Ohio. ...i ! A. W.JOXES, . , Attorney at Taw ami Heal Estate Agent, at Power's Corner, Mecca, Trumbull County, Ohio. I. I FELLER, ' ' Attorney at Laws office In Judowii building, Mar ,. , het Stmt, Warren, Ohio. . . '.- : JEFFEKSOX PA L.H, "i . AttrTrWpv Kl T w- nffiM na Main CrrMvL TVorrrn A J.,. IT ill attend, with fidelity to any business entrust ed to dm care WHITTLESEY ADAMS, kttrrmpir at Law and Kotarr Public Warren. Ohio. CoHtftlons promptly made. Deeds acknowledged, and Conveyancing attended to; office in McComb btniui a Bloat. . K. II. EXSIGSf, Attorn if at...

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 March 1862

1 H K 1 H R(K ( ,K 'W.A&IZEIIsr, O. WIMTHDAT, MARCH 1. IBM. -1 Amos Kendall to President Lincoln. Hob. Amos Kendall has ddressed letter, to President Lincoln, -concerning ' lie Causes of the Eebellioa. Sis Views . are given with frankness xst credita . hie to their author : and inasmuch as . -Mr. Kendall has always been a Democrat of the Jackson school, having held a posi- . tion in President Jackson's Cabinet, as Post blaster General, and since been dis , tinguished in political circles as the able editor of a journal called the Democrat ie-Expositor" we think hU letter can be .read advantageously by those persons t who cling with more tenacity than good u? to. the opinion that the South had . e part in instigating the Rebellion, but " j,1 Secession is wholly due to Northern 'Abolitionism. Mr. Kendall says: "The . Pride of Wealth and Lust for Power, , fostered by the Cotton - Monopoly, is the Cause of the Rebellion ;" that there are two classes of Slaveholders, one for the t Un...

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 March 1862

Western Reserve Ciiroiiicle. " - - "Terms of scbscriptios. One DolUrr Mi tf CfaKi, m adtmnee; 7Vo Dol , v payment -i nM made in advanet. No pa yer discontinued until all arrearages or paid ex cept at the option of the publisher. - o " " Hate r Advertising, Twelve lines equal to one inch in space, make bonar. ' U I tw 3m Bin lyr 1 Square $ ,50 1 gl,W $ 1,50 $ 2.50 . I 7.W 2 Squares 1,00 2.001 3.00 f 30 1 5.00 5,00 J.00I 8.001 k,UU I jo.00 r lioof 1 Square 1.50 f 16,00 20.00 Kcolnmn 2.50 Heolama 4,0? f 1 column 6.00 4.00 6.00 I 7.00 9.001 JMMI 12,00 f liOJl 30.00 f 20,OJ 35,00 " 35.U0 60,00 Advertisements not under contract. Bust be mark ed the length of time desired, or they will be continued and charged for until ordered out. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertise fn ?o to. ijo per cent more. Deaths and Marriages inserted gratis, but Obituary Notices charred half price. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably ia advance. Yearly Advertisers will be charged extra fo...

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 March 1862

THE GAME OF LIFE. BY JOHN G. SAXE. V" ThoirVni rsmc much in fashion I think it's called TkouffliIneTTnTe played Itforpleasureorlucrc.l 45. w t'1 ,lle raT,if are in certain condition, 1 he players wpew te liave changed their portions, AM out of them cries in a confident tone, 1 think I may venture logo it alone J" - WhUe watching the game, tis a whim of thebard's, A Moral to draw froin that .-iriuUh of cords, .- And to tancy he 6mL in the trivial strifo excellent bints Tor the buttle of life: nere-whcthcr a prize be a ribbon or throne . The winner is he who can "go it alone!" When rreat Galileo proclaimed that the world , In a regular orbit ceaselessly whirled. And pot not a convert for all of his paint. But euly derision mid pi-Won and chains, ""it saevs,r nH tkal !" was hi autiwering tone. For he knew, like the Earth, heeould"go it aluue !" When Kepler, with intellect piercing afar, liacovered the laws of each planet and star. And doetwrs, who ought to have lauded his name leridcd ...

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. — 19 March 1862

AV"-3X " -7 L--r--- - . - . J $11 t&-?-T x?-" -I VOL. -46, NO. 32. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OlllO, - WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1862. WHOLE NO. 2372. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . . liNOOft C. A. ADAMS. n. KtTIZKU , U.A.PGOOD. iDAXS A KITEZEL, - ' : '! : . POUMEBS OP "WiiSTEHjr Reserve Chronicle. .'. BIHBB BLOCX, MASXET ST. ' O"for terns, rates 0 arfnerrtsMf.le- see uswdeVa PROFESSIONAL. v CEOBGE F. BBOWS, Attorney at Law, Webb' Kew Block. Main Street. Warren. Ohio. A. W. JOSiES. Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent at Power 'l Corner. Mecca, Trumbull County. Ohio. - I. I FC-.LEB, ' Attorney at Lw; office in Jameson s building. Mar ket Street. Warren. Ohio. - - JEFFERSON PALJkU Attorney at Law: office on Main Street, Warren, 0. Will attend, with fidelity to any basin en entrust ed la ni care. WHITTLES ET ADAMS, ' Attorney at Law and Jfotary Public, Warren. Ohio. Colleions prnmctry made. Deeds acknowledged, and Convevancnft attended to; office in McCombs A Smith' Block. E. II. EXSIGX. ' Attor...

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. — 19 March 1862

V THE CHRONICLE. THE CHRONICLE. WARREN, O WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1862. President's Emancipation Message. . jThis-important document was given in ur iuo of List wet. Sinne then we have had opportunity to judge of its popu larity by observing the styleof its reception by the press and people. The response is every where, with now and then a rare xception, where some old fogy regards it with his uniform horror of innovation, that it is a bold, but proper step iu the right direction. That it is an acknowl edgement that in high and responsible positions slavery is recognized as the great disturbing element in our national troub le, and that free principles uiust be ag gressive ia this conflict, as well as five bay.Hjets; that since the imepres.-dble conflict between antagonized systems Tas been inaugurated by that one which L the embodiment of modern barbarism and human vindictirencas, it must yield lefore the conquering progress of the Uioro humane and enlightened principle which in its e...

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. — 19 March 1862

Western Reserve V M f tKikrp subiptios. A Om Dotlttr nd Rfa Cnit, ia mdtenml Tuy DU -r discontinued until .u mrrTr . 171 t at the opuoa oi the publishers. . BntTfi r Avertinia.f tT'TvelrelisMMiul to ant ineb in tny . - l ' lwtaB lyr 1 Spaare Uf1.0Ul1.50 &50U 4.l 7.00 - 2 Squares l.QQl 2.ix. 3,5o f,,W 8 Squares 1.50 3.00 1 .1,00 7.00 10.001 10.00 ai.oo H caluma -.50 f 4,00 1 8.00 S.0U 12.001 K column .00 7.00 1 9,00 1 1-00 I 20.00 1 35.00 j column w,00 ( 8.00 1 12,00 20.00 1 35.00 I 60.00 ' Advertisements not Dder contract, mast be mark ed the length of time desired, er they will be continned and ehargod for until ordered ant. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertise ments. 50 per cent more. Deaths sad Marriages inserted gratis, but Obituary Notices charred half price. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. Yearly Advertisers will be charred extra for Dis solution and ether NoUoos, not connected with their regular basinets. Basiness Cards, not exceed...

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. — 19 March 1862

GIVING THE MITTEN. : 'She Wvebim the mitten, the villagers ttii, ,Andthattney.allegl was the reason by Ray Allis went as a private last sprint, - lo fight for suppression of treason. Whether iroasip spalre idly or wisely, Iwai true That bis glances rrew calmer and colder, And smiles nevermore to his lips came again Sinee the day he enlisted a soldier. And J one Dashaway hat mid -he the while T ShBuaitea, but she trembled all over, J to Pie roses to flowery snow " "ey spoke of her wandering lover. listened, pressing brr bodice tight over her heart, M r hen the wire thrilled the mm battle story. Vf Lexington lout, of its heroes laid low. Meeting death on the red field of glory. Then winter eame on, aad pityinr hearts Told of soldiers wan. wear", frost-bitten; -And June stois away to her g randmoiher's side Is ask "Couldn't I knit a luittcn?" Bay Allii is coming on sick soldier's leave How quickly the brtrht needles quiver! "I'll soon have them done, and one man the less Un guard shall...

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. — 26 March 1862

ERVE HMONICLE. VOL. 46, NO. 33. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1862. WHOLE NO. 2373. EEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. O. X. HAFSOOD. C. A. ADAMS, WH. WTEZEL. HAPCOOIk, ADAHS KITEZ EI rtwUSBUs or Western Reserve Chronicle. EMFIHB BLOCK, MAEKET ST. Jtg-Far ten, ratn of ndvcrlitiae. te iii"i: PROFESSIONAL. GEORGE F. BROWS, Attorney at Law. Webb's Sew Block, Main Stroet, Warren, Ohio. . . A. W. JOES, Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent, at Power's Corners, Mecca, lruuiouii ixmniy, uaio. I. Ia. FEELER, Attorney at Law; offioe in Jameson's building. Mar' ket Street, W arren, Unio. JEFFERSOJC PALM, Attorney at Law: office on Main Street, Warren, 0. Will attend, with fidelity to any busmen entrust ed to his care. WHITTLESEY ADAMS, Attorney at Law and Notary Public, Warren, Ohio, Collections promptly made. Deed? acknowledged, and Conveyancing attended to; office in McComhs 4t bmitn s til oct. E. II. EXSIGX, Attornevat Law and Notary Public: office at the . Post Office, Newton 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. — 26 March 1862

THE CHRONICLE. THE CHRONICLE. WARREN, O. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1862. U. S. Senator. The. Union Caucus, held at Columbus, .last Wednesday, to nominate a U. S. Sen tor, "balloted 38 times without a choice. The last balot vras Wade 47, Delano 32, Groesbeck 5, Ewing 3,Odlin 3, Schenck 1, blank 1. Xecessary to a choice, 50. The caucus agreed to adjourn till to-morrow (Thursday ) evening, of this week; when they will try it again. GENERAL McCLELLAN. This eminent man bids fair to be quite as much abused, by some who f-igu to havo no confidenee in his generalship, as was Fremont, a f.-w months since. Time and investigation have cleared Fremont's kirts of the weight of accusations that were to bo as -a millstone around his nock, to sink him in a sea of obliviori, and he comes out of the fiery furnace of uu inquisition unscathed. . We have undiminished con .fidence that the genius of McClellan will, too, vindicate him from the aspersions of enemies, in the successful development of plans for t...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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