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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 26 March 1862

; Western Reserve Chronicle, TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. On Dollar and Fifty Cento, in advance.- Tvo Dot- A .V . - J - . V inrmni tf im imiik in imrarr. no (IK par dwaontinued until all arrearages s paid ex cept at ti option of the publishers. BttM r Adrertiuins;, Twelve lines equal to one inch in apace, make Dqurv. lw w I w I am 6m I lyr 1 Square $ .50 1 $1.00 1 $ 1,50 1 $ 2.50 1 4.W I $ ?7o Squares 1,00 2,00 I 3,50 j 6.0U I B.UU t 12.00 Sqnarea 1,50 3,00 1 5,00 7.001 10.00 I1W K column 2.50 4.00 1 6.09 1 8.001 12.00l 20.00 H column 4.0OI 7.00 1 9.001 U00I Wl 35.U) 1 eolumn 6.00 1 9.00 1 12.00 1 20.001 35.001 60.00 Advertisement not under contract, must be mark ed the length of time desired, or they will be Mnhnnwt mml chirred for until ordered out. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertise- mUL SO npr rtnt more. Deaths and Marriages inserted gratis, but Obituary Aouces ehargea nan price. Transient Advertisement to be paid for invariably ia advance. Yearly Advertisers wil1 be chant...

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 March 1862

THE SNAKE IN THE GLASS- A HOMILY. A HOMILY. BY JOHN G. SAXE. Come listen awhile to me, my lad, .Come listen to me for a spell ! Let that terrible dram For a moment be dumb. For your uncle is going to tell What befell A youth who loved liquor too wcIL A clever Tonne man was he, my lad. And with beauty uncommonl: lat. trc, with brandy and T.h brandy and wine, And behaved like a person possessed; I protest The temperance plan is the beat. One evening he went to a tavern, my lad, H went to a tavern one night. And drinking too much Rum, brandy and such. The chap got exceedingly "tight;" And was quite What your aunt would entitle a "fristt-" The fellow fell into a snoot, hit lad; I'll a horrible si umber he takes. He trembles with fear,- And acts very queen Jly eyes 1 how he f liivers and huk os When ho wakes. And raves about horrid great snakes ! Tis a warning to you and to me, my lad : A particular caution to all, Tho' no one can see The vipers but he, To hear the oor lunatic bawl; "How...

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 April 1862

Reserve ERN . . VOL. 46, NO. 34. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1862. whole no: 23741 jmum3a BUSINESS DIRECTORY. a. I1KMIL C A. ADAMS. M- 1TEZU UAP-4MD. ADA9S KITE----, toiuuiu or Western Reserve Chronicle. EMPIRE BLOCK, MA-BEET ST. PROFESSIONAL. . - eEOB6 F. BROWS, Attorneys! Lasr.Wa-Vs New Block. Main Street. n arren. unio. A. W. J-XES, Artory at Law and Real Estat. Afent, at Power' Cormerm. Mecca, lromo-ii nmj. I. I FCLLEB, Attorney at Law; office in Jameson's boildinx. Mar ket street, arren. unio. JEFFERSON PAIJf, i - -f T ffir am Main Street. Warren, Will attend, with fidelity to any business entrust ed to his care. WHITTLESEY ADAMS, and Convevanci-f attended to; ofioe in McComds Smith's mock. Attorner at Law and Notary P"ic: office i at the . p. Oftm. Newton Falls. Ohio. Will attend to collections and all lecal business entrusted to him, with fidelity. HTTTCHtKa. . W. a-TL-Ff. W. O. rOREIST. MlTtHINS, RATEirr FORRIST, a .. .A T .Aaa n "FrWTTl HTl. HlUlt Ar"...

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 April 1862

THE CHROyiCLE. WKBSCKBAT. APRIL t. 180. Senatorial Caucus. The Union Senatorial Caucus held at Colambus, Thursday last, adjourned tint 4U. without making a nomination. The dosing rots stood. Wads 44; Delano 41. A, U. S. Senator will not be chosen this aesaion. Politics at Washington. The telegraph report that a caucus of Democratic members of Congress was he-Id " " vuags since, in ashington. to devise ways and means for the resuscitation or lae Democratic party. C. L. Vallan- digham, of this State, was prominent in the effort to re-organize. The caucus, it U said, agreed to oppose the President's mancipation plan, and favor McC'lellan's war policy, which they claim is for a short and desperate conflict, an inference cer tainly not deducible from McClollan's military operations since he took com mand on the Potomac last summer, but on the contrary the President has urged prompt and decisive action in carrying on th war. The resolves of the caucus to oppose the President's emancipatio...

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 April 1862

Westers, Resenre Chronicle. , f i TEBM3 OF SUBSCRrPTrOX. Ota Dottor mmj Fifty dm. a'a advance; Two DiJ lrw, f nttfwrf st not mnde tm fMM; No pa- per dtseonlinntid until mil arrerwiigos arc paid cx ; ' eept at the option of the publisher. f A4rrtiatac. Twelve Unci equal to aac iaca ia (pace, mate a Square. lw Iw w aa 1 im lyr 1 Seuar g .50 1,00 1 $ 1,50 1 $ 2.V) ) t 4.00 I 7.f0 : J Souares LOU I 2.0U I a.50 I o.uu I a.uu I L-UU 7,oo 10,001 16.00 12.00 1 20.00 :1 Square 1,50 1 S.00 ieoluma 156 1 4.00 1 J.00J 6.0S 8.001 opluma 4.001 T.09 ,tW 12.001 1 oolamn .00 1 9,00 I 12,00 I 20.00 I .0ttj 35,001 35,00 60.00 Advertisement aot under contract, mast be mark ed the length of time desired, er they will be entiaaaa and charged for antil ordered out. - Special Netiee. and extra displayed Advertise ateots. 50 pr cent more. De-.tes and Marriages inserted (rati, bat Obituary Notices charged half price. Transient AdverusciaeaU to be paid for in variably ID advance. . Teariy Advertiser will be c...

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 April 1862

"GO IT." You're a tinner, sir, And yoa know it, EuI do matter, trieiA, -Go it." - Only by and by, ' You Hi ay chance to die, s-'-i-l you know it. Ton defrand thi cheat, And yon know Hi W!x the chaff with wheat, "tio it.'' " Only there b a place When yoa nu your rare hauie wiil veil yuur tkee, J)ar you show it ? I'oo L-e wronged the tr. Ami vuo know it; -Mde iLeir sorrows sure, "tlo it." Yoedor wrinkled erone, rLall before the throne, All your sins make knows; Tor you sunt her cold. Shivering and old. From the craiv walL Iteady to iu fii in the snow slortn sent hen for lack of rent, Jvan he cave and groans Xrue w oread a stone. You're sinner, rir. And you know it. But no matter, friend, Gj it." Only by and by. Yeu may chance to die; There's a tid on high. And yon know it. Ken hare given you cold. And you Know it; Earth your praises told - "tJo it." Cod your Fold can rust. Turn your frame to dust, A?k you for your trust, . Can you show it ? The Frenchman's "Sheap." If unluckily, yon s...

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 April 1862

Reserve (T TITD T-iT i T-'-TTTi -11X11 U Tl VOL. 46, NO. 35. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1), 18G2. WHOLE NO. 237.7. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. - o. n. imrnooiy, . . abams. w. arrEZKL. ' HirVOOU, AUAXS A BITEZEIj, ." 1 rvBLtHTEa or "Western Reserve Chronicle. ' EM PIKE BLOCK, MARKET ST. leruw, fries of aivtrtinna, V re ite."S PROFESSIONAL. GEORGE I. BROWS', Attorney at Law. Ybb'i Sew Block, Main Street, Warren. Ohio. A. W. JONES Attorney t Law and Real Estate Agent, at Tower"! Corners, Mecca. Trumbull County. Ohio. . a. I- FllXEK, Attorney at Law; office in Jameson 'a building. Mar ket Street, Warren, Ohio. HITTLESK Y ADAMS. Attorney at Law and Notary Public, r.--Collection promptly made. pee.ts acknowledged. - and Conrevaneing attended to; office in Mctoinbs - A Smith', block. E. II. EXSIX, Atpn collections and all legal business entrust w i with fidelity. ' w b. htttchixs.. a. w. batlift. w. o. fobkist. nrn-HIVH RATLirr A FORRIST, i Lx . T w nffi,., rtTcr Freeman. Hunt...

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 April 1862

THE CHRONICLE. WARREN, O. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 0. 1862. ISLAND NO 10 TAKEN! The Work Goes Bravely On! Ornoial intelligence was received at Cairo, on yesterday morning, that on the previous midnight. Island No. 10 had surrendered to Commodore i"ooe, with nil the men, guns and transports -of hc enemy. Numbers, and quantities not given. . . Shu is a great and important victory, -3 it strikes down one of tho strongest .rebel barriers planted on the Mississippi, i it .tutu enauies our troops to approach nearer tilie vital of Sccassit.. Memphis must fall next. New Orleans will not be'long le- ' bind. IX-foat, disaster and disgrace is the inevitable jwrtieu-uf xlie traitors. . ;The sews iu last .vcning's paiiors was that McCIellan was getting aL close quar tets with the rebels on the lower Potomac. . Yorktowii, Va, a strongly defended po ition of tho enemy, is probably at this hour being shelled and atormod. Geo. McClollan thought, at hut accounts, a ' kioi of three days would reduce it. : l P...

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. — 9 April 1862

Western Reserve Chroaicle.1 . TERMS OF StB5CRIPTIOX. One JMtar mad Fiftt Oata, in arfVaaee.- Ttro Dol lurm, 1 pnfmeet M aof made a'jt atmarc. No pa per liaottutinued Miil all arrearage are paid cx cea si in opaoa ui ue puDusner. f AaWertialaur. - Twelve lines equal to oce inch ia spaee, make tw I Iw I It I m I aa I lyr 1 Square- $ .50 $1,00 $ 1.50 i $ 2.50 I 4.0H I 7,00 J60, S,50 5.uo b.uu liuo 3 Sqaarea IJU-l 5,00 7.001 W.U0l J6.00 3U0 W eolama 2,501 4,H M column 4,o6 I 7.00 1 6.0S I 8.091 Jiflnj 20.001 S.l 12.001 as.oo 1 eolama 6.001 S,00 12.0"! 20.001 35.00 60.00 UrartiuMMifa vtn Bmlpr eontract. ainst be mark' ed the length of time desired, or they wiU be eoatinned awl charged tur antu oracreu oau Special Notiec. and extra delayed Advertise Deaths and Marriage inserted gratia, bnt Obituary Notice chanced half price. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. Yearly Advertiser will be ehanred extra for Dis solution and other Notice, not connected with their reg...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 9 April 1862

From the Springfield Republican. POPPING CORN. And tberflhey 1 popping earn. ". John Suiea and Susan Cutter;' Jahn Stile? a? stout J any cx, Aiid Scjj lit t utter. Ard th-re they set and shol'ici fie cc-m. Aud raked and nirrod the firt. And talked of differtnt kinds ci ears Aud iiitcUsi their chaita Bp niucrl Then Susan she the popper shook. u n rohn he the power. Till both their faces grew as red As saucepans wade uf cupper. And then they shelled and popped and ate. And kink of !'uti-a pukiuv. And be haw-hawed at her remark And she laughed at bis joking. And still they popped, and still they ate, (John's niouth Mas like a hopper.) And stirred the tire, and sprinkled 'alt. And shuwk and shook the popper. The clock struck nine, the clock struck ten. And still the corn kept popping; It struck eleven and then struck twelve. And still no sigiis uf slopping. And John he ate, and Sue shethousht - ft' eoru did pop and patter, i ill John cried out, "t he corn's afire! V hy, iuau, a bat's tt...

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. — 16 April 1862

Reserve 1 I TEE ronigee. VOL. 46, NO. 3G. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1862. WHOLE NO. 2376. Cm I' , BUSINESS DIRECTORY. - MAPiiOOD, ADAXS KITEZEL, ' FrBLISHBBS or Western Reserve Chronicle. EMFIRB BLOCK, MARKET ST. - for trrmm, rat, af mlxxrtUiMC, f-c, Uirf-.- PROFESSIONAL. CEOB6C F. BKOWS, Attorney at Law. W.bV. New Block, Main Street. arren. unio. A. W. J OX EN. .Attorney at Law and Beal Estate Agent, at Power' . learners, Jieeea. inwiouu mwuij. Attorney at Law: office "ra Jameson building. Mar ket btreet, m arren. viuw. WHITTLESEY ADAMS, Attorney at iiaw ami ' ' "j . v i ..i . Collections promptly made and Cor.vevwvcmg attended to; office in McCoino A Smith 1 mock. . Attorney at lav ana nwwmw i' - AE1?5L i k. OM Clerk Office, north of , l ... r T-mmtinll th Court House; W arrcn; Ohio. r. B. HCTCHIVS. B. V. BATUFf. V. O. FOSBIST. HITCHISS, sEATUFF rOBRIST, . - .s: r.n Hunt . Attornevs ax i-: omw ' . . Co. Banking Office. Market Street. w arren. Ohio. Q. M. ...

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. — 16 April 1862

THE CHRONICLE. VCmsBAT. ANIL M.1MS. The Time for Fighting has Come. In preparing n article Tor last w?ek'a issue, we stated that there was then eeem- ingly lull in military affairs, which was no doubt, the calm that often portend a etorm. Scarcely Lad our paper gone to pre, until thrilling intelligence came of tte splendid victory at Island No. 10, in which thousands of rebels were tkc-n prisoners, and hundreds of thousand of dollars worth of stores and munitions ta ken as spoilt of war. Oloriounand impor tant as was this addorement, it was al most immediately nearly forotto in the intense esciuttKttt that c-iiued upon the rooeipl of tU news of the bloody and pro tracted .engagement at I'ittJurh Land ing, in which two of the tiimt powerful armies that ever met in hostile array, on Ihia Continent, were hurW against each other with all the vebemeora and olieti Hairy ti nt could characterize beings iuteut ln mutual ruin and destruction. The brave Northerner fought worthy of men contend...

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. — 16 April 1862

Western . Reserve .- Chronicle, c" t:eiims of suascRimox. - Oiv iMAInr n4 tr VnS, t'a JVi M- V yawn m war made in wtVotwee. No pa- - - - ar discontinued until all Mnuxa are paid ex- cop tat tint apuoa f tue pabluhers. f Adtertlaiatc. S" Twelve lines equal U one inch in (pace, make Square. w I w I am I tin I lyr I Square $ rV) I 1 f l.Tsj i w 4.00 7 iU . Squares 1,00 1 z,m , 3, . j .1,(0 7,0J 2o.(l liouj K00 ai.no H column j,a0 1 4.00 K column 4,00 j 7.00 I 1 column 6.U0 9.01 a,w S5.t liflbl S'.iwi 00,00 Adverfitements not under eontraet, wnrt be mark ad the length of time desired, or they will be continued aad chanred for anlil ordered oat. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advcrtise monts. 50 per cent atnre. Death and Marriage inserted gratis, but Obituary hkJf nriee. Transient Advertisemcuis to be paid for invariably in mtvanee. .Yearly Advartiaert win be charred extra for Dis solution and ether Notices, not connected with Ireur rejrular business. , Bmriaeai Cards, not exceedin...

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. — 16 April 1862

THE BEST OF HUSBANDS. Imitated from the German. Imitated from the German. BY JOHN G. SAXE. Oh, I hare a hnshand as rood as can be; No woman would wish for a belter than he! onetimes, indeed, he may chance te be wrong, cat tut lure for nt is aucommouly strong ! He has one little fault that make me fret. Jle haa alway. lew money, by far. than debt: Moreover, he wallops nc now and then. But, excepting that, he's the beat of men 1 I own be is dreadfully given to drink: And besides he is rather toe fond, I think. Of play tin at cards and dice; but then, Jigocpting that, he's (he best of men! He lores to chat with the girls. I know. (Tis the way with men. They're always so,- rtui wnat care J tor nirung wlu-ii. Excepting that, he's the best of men ? I cant bat say I think he is rscfe To pawn my pea-tor. and spend the cash; But how can I scold my darling, when. Excepting that, he's the best of men t Si"? ith tipple, he's hardlv polit?. But knocks .the crockery, left and right. And pulls my ...

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. — 23 April 1862

estern Reserve Chronicl H VOL. 46, NO. 37. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1862. WHOLE NO. 2377. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . V. HAFOOOD. C A. IDiMS, IX BrTTZEL. H1FSOOD, ADAMS KITEZEI PrBUSBKBS Or "Western Reserve Chronicle, EMPIRE BLOCK. MASXET ST. mg-For Urwu, rale mdvertitixg, t see J-"V PROFESSIONAL. T. Mf. MESSEBSCHXIDT, -eii r : . .-j T mnA Rnrrwnr Warren. Ohio. to. Also Examinations, and BeP?. of Colli en made. AprU O, Ttt. CEOBGE F. BBOWJT, Attorney at La.Wbb't Sew Block, Main Street, w arren. Ohio. A. W. JOXES, Attorner at Law and Real Estate Arent, at Power ' j-t W T r.ssvif-v i tlllA I. I- riLUK, Attorney at Lsw; office in Jameson's building. Mar ket Street, n arren, WHITTLESET ADAMS, u t .-a Vnf.rr PnlilirL Warren. Ohio. Collections promptly made. Ded acknowledged, and Convcvsncin attended to; office in JlcComM k Smith s Bloc. E. H. XXSIfiS, u t Pirtcntnr for Trumbull County; office at the Old Clerk's Office, north of the Court rloaae; w arreo; yum. F. J CT...

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. — 23 April 1862

THECHROIL WEDXESDAV, APr4S33.163. Moving Forward. The President's recommendation in fa- Tor of co-operation between the general and those Slave States that Inight deem emancipation advisable, was . . bold charge upon the front ranks of the pro-slavery power. It was aggressive in its nature, although merely suggestive in fact. But a more practical step forward has been taken by Congress, in the act just passed, abolishing' slavery in the Dis trict of Columbia. It is a consummation as honorable to the democratic spirit of our institutions, as was the long endured legalization of human slavery, under the shadow of the National Capital, dishonor able and disgraceful to our - pretensions, that of all the nations of the earth, ours alone waa pre-eminently the land of free dom and the nursery of liberty. Among the innumerable evils that have arisen from the slaveholders' rebellion vthe aboli tion of the special privileges of that class n the District, is one of the good things that has res...

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. — 23 April 1862

.Western Reserve Chronicle. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Owe Dollar Had Fit Out; in wrrnaee.- TVro Doi" iare, if payment w mot WHidt in advance. No pa per discontinued until all arrearages are paid ex cept at tin option of the publishers. - Rate or Advertising, Ky Tirol re lines equal to one inch in space, make a (Miliar. lw w w am 6n lyr 1 Square $ .50 1 $1.00 I $ 1.5 2.M I $ 4,0" I 3 7.00 8 Squares 1.0) I 2,0. 3.30 5.0U I 8.1K) I 12.UU 3 Squares 1.50 3.00 6.00 1 7,00 I 10.00 tlS.W Keolnmn 2.5Qj00 j 6.00 1 6,001 lZ0OJJ0.oj K column 4.00 1 7.001 9.001 U"0 I 28.00 1 35,00 1 column 6,00 1 9.00 12,00 1 20,00 1 35.00 60.00 A 1 var4 -imam t a nnt nnrlflf contract must be mark ' ed the length of time desired, or they will be continued ana enarjea lor umu omri. Special Notioea. and extra displayed Advertiie- BienU. 50 w-r eeot more. Deaths and Marriares inserted gratis, but Obituary Kotieea charged half price. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. T early Advertisers wil...

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. — 23 April 1862

LULLABY. Vow twHifht shadows flit; ow the evening tamp ii lit. . ieP- ", sleep 1 Little head on mother's ana. the will keep him safe rromharm. k.eP him safe and fold him warm; Sleep, baby, sleep. - SV3vrtw.fer awar. , thinks of him at shut of day. Sleep, baby. sleep I Hemu-t guard the sleeping ramp, Heark'nii.g in the cold and damp, ror the lot-man's stealthy tramp; JSicep, baby, sleep. He can henr the lullabv. He can see the laughing eye, . Sleep, baby, sleep I 4 And he knows, though we are dumb. How we lone to have him eume Hack to baby, niother, home; Sleep, baby, sleep I Biddy's Troubles. "'.v '.f h"for me thit 1 n seed the like of this people afore- ltg M ume i ve Deen Laying since coming to this- noose, twelve months agone this week Thursday. Yer honor know, that mj fourth cousin, Ann Macarthy, recommend ed me to Mrs. Whaler, and told the lady Jix&t I knew about ginteel housework and .the likes; while, at the same time I had piver seed inter an American lady's kitch en. So...

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. — 30 April 1862

WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, olHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1862. VOL. 46, NO. 38. WHOLE NO. 23 -8. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . . bapooob. c. J is-ms. - bitsml. - H1KMD, ARAMS KITEXEL, - r6u.is.MU or - Western Reserve Chronicle. - EMPIRE BLOCK. 1CASEET ST. mt-For feral, rule rterr-.e, mMr PROFESSIONAL. r. W. lirSSF.ItfcOMIDT, Civil Engineer nd Land Snrvmnr, Warren. Ohio. Leveling and Surveyinc in C-oal Mine attended to. AUw Examinations. Map and "'Jr', r Colliorie ande. April a. - CiEOBGE r. BIOWX, Attorney at Law.Webb'i New Block. Main Street, Oui A. W. JOKES. Attorney at Law and Real Estate Arent ; at Powers Corner. Meeca. Trumbull County. Ohio. LL Fl'LLEH, Attorn ft at law: offio in Jameson' buildina, Mar ket fetrtwt, WarraaOtuo. WniTTLESET ADAMS. Attorney at Law and Notary PnbKe. Warren. Ohio. AcSot promptly DflKSgSg; and ConTevanein attended to; amee in McUimlj A Smith lilac a. E. II. E3T8I05. Trumbull AWTZ- tkZ. .Vd Oerk Offic. north of the Court House; Warren: Ohio. r . hutch iks. B. w. B...

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. — 30 April 1862

THECHR 0 NI CLE . WEDXESDAT. APRIL SO. 1U1. The News. chief feature of the news of the - week is the taking of Fta. Phillip anil Jackson, rebel defence to the approach ;f New Orleans, and occupation of that city by Federal troop. Gen. Wool hit telegraphed to Secretary Stanton con Cran ing the news, and we consider it reliable. - The prospect of another battle near Cor in ui are strong. There are reports of Beauregard having evacuated Corinth, and retreated to make a stand at Grand Junction, nearer Memphis. It seems to us improbable that Beaure gard would desert his fortifications at Cor inth, lie is no doubt in u tight place. t Halleck menaces him on the North, Pope and llitchfl on tho East, Foot's flotilla ' will soon close tip his Western outlet, and our fleet and troops at Xew Orleans will mako it inconvenient for him to go to the Gulf. - A decisive Union victory will wind up th rebel rein in the southwest. "All quiot at Yorktown," is the news from the Potomac army. However there...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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