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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 30 April 1862

A Western,- Essenre Ghroaicle W - i hf'j . J: TEiMS-OF-StB.'JCEIPIIOX . ;T?n- yw f7.fl rvn, (mw.' J 1W- AW, l Itovoteat is not swV ut mtivwm. tto per discontinued until mil vmnM are paid ex- . - ixpt at u uptioa of turn pabluhers. --4 .- -. - '0 . .. Bate. wT AdrertinlK;, ... w Twelve litre equal to one inch in apace. Bake a Square, r- '. I Struare j jl I 3UW j 1.5) I f Vto I 4,0 t $ 7.TO ' t Squares 2,Ui 8,50 I &,UI S.W I ixwo -3 Square 3.G0 1 5.4) I 7,06 1 10.01) I 16.00 12.WI 20-00 1" y column 4.00 1 6 09 I 8.80 f 14 column 4.00' 7.061 6.001 12.001 ,uo Sj,W 1 column 6,00 1 ,00 ou go.qo I &i.00 ,oo Advertisements not under eontmet. must be mark- t . ed the lefutta of time desired, or tbey b .i continued Mid charged fur until ordered .on. . Special Nolio-s. mad extra displayed Advertise ' : Deaths awl Marriages inserted (rati, but Obituary V ... : -I 1 .f nriMV i-T Transient Advertisement to be paid for Invariably t"I!L-!irT?n!rt'iOT win bo charged extra for Dis solution an...

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. — 30 April 1862

THE FADED FLOWER. I Veep it atHU the faded flower. - "". Thraiiirh long and cherished year, " 'y In ineiuory of that happy hcmr. Which time the uior.. endear. When from the baud the (rift I took: And w the tear drop start. . And eted with fond and retitle look. The giver to ui heart. - That (lrr. like her who cave it, then, U as loveliest of it kind: And vHinly might I lo.k n-ain So fair a flower to 6ud: lint grief alike the joy and bloom. It withered iu a day. And reft in hope and wra;it in sloom, 1 bore it mr away. In distant lands, midst care and grief. That flower was yet more dear. And often every cherished leaf Was moistened with a tean And prill 1 keep the faded ll-.wer. And bold, while life shall lat. The memory of that hour, - Which consecrates the past. -- A Fortunate Kiss. The following ptetty little story is narra- ted by Fredrika Ureiucr, who vouches for its truthfulness : In the University of rps--ls, in fwe-K-n, lived a young student, a noble youth, with great love fo...

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. — 7 May 1862

' - ' ' - v " ' ' -" - - ' ' " - ' - ' ' - ' - -: ' - - - ' ' . " - I I I WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1862. WHOLE NOr2379. VOL. 46, NO. 39. -I J l-i- - " . Tt BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . . bipooob. c k. loins. i. urnu. UANOOB, AttUS B1TEZCL, . ruBLisHiRS or Western Reserve Chronicle. aOCHEB BLOCS. MAEKET 8T. PROFESSIONAL. T KEHKCMCHXIDT, . At.;.. Reports of fS.ili.ri-. made. AorU -1 u. " CEOKGE F. BBOWX, Attorney t Law.'Wsbb 'i Kew Block. Main Wurai. Ohio. - . Street, A- W. JOXES, . ...J..-t-w . J Real Estate Agent sA A"0? UilSvall Comity. Ohio- Power ' UOrOOTi in w. . . FrLLEK. Attorney at Law. omee in Jamesan'skuUdu Mar- Bet street, si Law and SoUrr Public. W-rentio. Otnivu Attorney at Lw d Proctor for Tr -fiflnhuTl north of CwS'".;. the Ooun nw . 7 . KTTT.mNS. - batutf. ETIVB1J"" " rj. , Co.", jiuiKinc . 3. . STCLL, a. M. TVTTL. .t the old ofice of Sutliff Attorney .ttwort of the Amer- lean momb. " bqav. w ma, -. - . ' - " ' H. H. II OS IS- BlatCHAM HOSES, Attorns ...

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. — 7 May 1862

THE CHRONICLE - WIBXESBAT, MAT 7. 1862. Yorktown Evacuated. -The boundaries of Secessia are eontract , ing with steady, sure, irresistable force that must strike terror and despair to the hearti of the rebel leaders. Uncertain what to do, they fly in shattered and scat tered masses from " pillar to post, Lrief . Ij . postponing tha period of their final doom, but rendering it none the less certain or overwhelming. The aviet of the Potomac has Leeu disturbed at last by Hie motit unroarious Jubilations nf r.nr victo rious troops ontur tha gallant MoClellun. Yorktown is ours; a bloodless and great victory lias been won! That strategic kill which has compelled the bloodless evacuation of the two strongest rebel points on the Potomac Manasses and Yorktow n, will carry our standard forward . to glorious triumph. AVefwl like shout ing over this glorious rictory. Its glad ti dings comes mingled with no nadneosand mourning to bereaved friends. 1 1 comes not purchased with the sacrifice of th...

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. — 7 May 1862

Western Reserve Chronicle. - "TSR3S OF 8rflSCiUItlOX - ' S.f1rp "Tfn T'iT'rr. - y -r (UscoDUBuca Mtu mil imirxM an paid i-pt ax ta apiiva. of the publishers. T Twelve Uses o,aI U iaca ia (paee. make . U tw to 1)t 1 Saaaf .So I l,0u i $ 1.58 j $ 130 I t 4Mb i 7.00 f&iwawg 1.00 1 2,utf S,5uj 5,UU B.wl Square l,5u ( 3.00 5.00 1 7.00 I 10.00 Lj $4 cohuen 130 1 4.00 1 6.08 1 8.00 I 12.00 1 3." H column i.001 7.00 1 8.00 1 Uuel 3B.UU !S.uj leolutnn 8,00 j 6.00 1 12.00T"20. t .l Adrrticnts act end eontrwet. b. mark ed the lemrtn or time aenrea. r w r Kimei.1 Notion, and extra auMuayea mwb Natiaea. lVUit and Marriarw inwertad (rati, bat Obituary Koiioe charred half arioe. . .... ... Transient Adrartisejneut to be paid for iaranabljr in adranee. .... . . , . Tearly Advertiser will be charred extra for Ih eolutioa and other Notices. Dot connected with Btmnesaard. wot exeeedinr S line. $1.00 a line - per years each additioaml line. o cent. W.vtae racentl aiade larxe addition of the avlM tJ...

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. — 7 May 1862

(cosciiDin rsox rrtsi paok.) CoBctitutiou (hrine Congress exclutUe iu riadiction, only excludes other legislative authority. Congress can only legislate for the lLtrict within the limits of tbw Con stitution. This the eentlem&n from Ken tucky (Mr. Crittenden) frankly admit, as i understood lam. lie belongs to that school of lawyers and politicians who, just bow, are filling cur eurairith exhortations to keep within the express and implied bowers of the Constitution, and that if one letter of the Constitution is violated to are the balance of it, the whole fabric will be in ruins. I ask the gentleman what clause of the Constitution gives Con pross poxcr to make any person a slave? It eaunot be found among the express or implied powers of tine Constitution. If Congress can adopt or enact a law reduc ing one description of persons io slavery. it can another; for the Constitution, in the grants of power to Congress, makes no din-1 tinctior. as to race, eolor. or size of persons, If ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 14 May 1862

Reserve TERN icle.- "YOL. 46, NO. 40. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1862. WHOLE NO. 2380 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Q. . BiKJOOD. C. At ADAMS wm. ktoiu ' . UIPUOOD, ADAMS at It IT KIEL, PTBLI8HIE1 OT Western Reserve Chronicle. EM.FISS BLOCK, MARXET IT. PROFESSIONAL. r. w. hessebschxidt, JEnrine- J&TCTtalwsTSr tn. Also Examinations. Maps and Reports ol Collieries made. April a. toz. GEOIGE F. BROWX, Attorney at Law. Webb's Xew Block. Main Street. Warm. uaio. A. JOJI ES, Attorney at Law and Real Estate Aeerit. at Power's Comers. Maoea, irumouu wau. ..LL rtUXE, Attorney at Law: office in Jameson's building. Mar ket Street. Warren, Ohio. WHITTLESEY ADAS. .attorner at Law and Notary Pnblie. Warren. Ohio, cecliot promptly mad D'-MeCoSb. and Conveyancing attended to: omee in MeCombs A 6mith's iiloc. , fnr Trvmburl AZr&Z ,h. Old COffiWnorth .f th.Cort Hons.: Warren; Unto. r. s. itrrcHiKS. ..Aturr. w. o. rosaisT. r-rrniv( KATLIFF FOUKIST, . Kk iWnuL Hnnt A Ancl MlrkStr.....

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 14 May 1862

THEgONICLE. VXaXESDAT. MAT 14. 1S63. No More Slavery in the Territories. - Tho House on Monday, by the very emphatic Tote of 85 to 50, passed the bill declaring that "slar cry shall not exist, now or forever, in any territory now existing or hereafter to be formed. Steadily keep ing time to the victorious march of our armies, ia the march of freedom and jus tice in our national council. A Treason Trial. At the United States Circuit Court. April Term, ISO!, held in Cincinnati, the Orand Jury found indictments of treason against James vV. Chenowith for furnish ing supplies and munitions of war to the rcbcla. At the present May term, cx-Sen-utor Pugh, counsel for defendant, moved to quash the indictment on the ground that the first clause of taction third, ai ti de ikl of the Constitution which provides that treason shall consist only in levying war, refers to rebellion, while the second clause or adhering to their enemies iu giving aid and comfort" relates only to a public war with 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. — 14 May 1862

Western ' Reserve Chronicle. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Of DvBar W Ifty Onto, . aJmxv.- 7W nJ. y jmit! w a.oa m aoruaee. No pa fef fiBtfnTln.l 1 . I I - uiii mil arrearages lire paiO. CX - tept at the option of the publishers. Kate of Advertixliif, T welre linea equal to ue inch in space, make a Square. . . lw w 6w I a Cp lyr 1 Square $ .50 f j,(in $ 1,50 $ 2.) j; 4.0U ) $ 7,'JO 1 Squares 1,00 1 g,Qu S.50 I 5.UU K.UU I UU 3Sqnare 1.50 1 8,04)1 5.00 1 7.001 10.001 16.00 H column column 2.50 4.UU I 4,001 7.00 f 6.U9 8LO0J12!O0J 9.O0I 12,00 1 2.00 1 column 6.00 1 9.00 12.00 1 20.00 1 35.00 1 60.00 Adrertisetncncs not under contract, mnM be mark ed -the leurth of time detfired, or they will be ' continued and charged fur antil ordered out, Special Notice, aud extra displayed Advertise ments, 50 per cent more. Death and Marriage inserted gratis, bat Obituary Notice charred half price. Transient Advertiseaieat to be paid for Invariably in advance. Tcarly Advertisers will be charred extra for ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 14 May 1862

AUNT HETTY'S TOILET AUNT HETTY'S TOILET IN 1780. BY FRANCES D. GAGE. - Cctne listen, girls, ud I win tell Aiout Aunt Eutr'i toilet, Twm os that traced her passing well. Donl luah, and make at spoil it ; Aunt Hetty stood just ve feet ten. n ithoat her shoes ead hose. Well-formed ud graceful, too, withal. Eiue eye and Grecian bom. Her hair above her reverence bump Was always neatly tied, -And e ar a nine inch cushion drawn. And tautened on one aide; -Wnile fearful frillies stood eprisht Vpon her temple smooth. For (lossy ringlets then were held Both ugly and uncouth. Long strings of pearls of milky bias Hunt careless from her neck. O'er her Vandyke eat square before. Of muslin without speck; Her dress of damask silk was nade. Full five ells wide or more, Was stiffened with a whalebone hoop. And swept the sandy floor. The ample sleere the elbow reached. And fastened by a band: And aiores with frill rix. inches deep. Adorned each pretty hand. The waist, three-quarters of a yard. w as tr...

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. — 21 May 1862

Western Reserve C NICLE. VOL; 46, NO. 41. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1862. WHOLE NO. 2381. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . arOOD, C. A. iBin, T, muEL U ArtiOOIA. 1U1XS KITEZEL, poiluhim or Western. Reserve Chronicle. EMFIBB BLOCK. 1C ASSET ST. mFtr rats, rate V iMiiif, 4c. se widc."K PROFESSIONAL. . W. W. M EMEsUCKMIDT, CiU Engineer end Land Surveyor, Vimt, Ohio. Lavaline- end &nrvevinr in foal Mine Attended - to. Also Kxaaunaiions, Map ui Reports of OlUene made, April Zi. t- 6EAIGE F. BIOWS, Attorney at Law, Webb's H.w Block. Main Street, HUIM.VIIM. - A- W. JO ES, Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent at Power Unen, Mem. Inmuu county, umo. I. I ri LEXB. Attorney at Law; office in Jameson 'i building. Mar ket Street, Y arren. unio. WIIITTEE-SET ADAMS, Attorney at Law and Notary Publie. Warren. Ohio. Collections promptly marte. Deed, acknowledged, and Conveyancing attended to; office ia McComb (Smith s iilocB. a . T li MMwtflf fur Trnmbull County; .ce at th. Old Cler...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 21 May 1862

THE CHRONICLE. WEBJMDAV. Bf .T SI. ISG2. Emancipation Proclamation. Astounding events, pregnant with great consequences, are now of almost daily de velopment. Questiojwof perplexing intric acy and intensely difficult of solution, in times of ordinary quiet, when only the j -m rFt)i moil nnrov ; . : r v.u grapple with political issues and social dissentions, are now determined, in mo mentous instances, by the more summary process of martial authority. Gen. Hun ter has severed the Gordian knot of slav ery with the sword s edge. The news of i hw proclamation was electrical in effect throughout the North, and thousands ' welcomed it as the glad tidings of a great victory. The Proclamation is as follows : Ueaixjcaktebs Department of South, ) IIiltox Head, May 9, 1SG2. j GENERAL ORDER 11. The three States of Georgia, Florida and South Carolina comprising the military de partment of the South, having deliberate ly declared themselves no longer under the protection of the United States of 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. — 21 May 1862

Western,. Reserve -Chronicle, j:l 1i.ItRllS OS KBSCRiraOX." One Hotor and f iAv (InU., ,' eoVonec.- T)J Dut- ""V porweal it jut mailt advance. So pa- j- Tr disconiiuafrii until ail arrcrages are paid cx- " Kates of Advertising, T Twelve line equal to one inch in tpsec, make a Dtiuarc tw Sw Cw Sua Cm lyr ware $ .53 i 51,00 I $ 1,50 2.K0 I i.on 1 $ 7,(10 :. S gguara l.oai 2.00 1 3,50 1 6.0U H.W 1J.W - S Squares 1.50 S.00 1 5.00 7.00 10,00 16,00 ; Koolamn 2.i0 4,00 i 6,06 1 8,081 U00 20. H column 4.00 j 7.00 9.00 12.00 I 28,00 1 eolnron 6.03 S.00 I 12.00 20.00 I 35.00 ljij.00 Advertisements sat under rontraet. mast be mark . 4 the length of time dosired. or Uicy will be f ' aontinuod ud eharred for ui.Ul ordered ont. -- Special Notice, and extra displayed Advertise Deaths and Marriagos inserted gratis, but Obituary .Notices charged halt price. K - ; Trans ient Advertisements to be paid for invariably t. ia advanoe. ... ' Vearly Advertisers will be charged extra for Pis- . solution anil...

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. — 21 May 1862

THE HOMESTEAD. BY MISS ALICE CARY. When first the skies crow warm and bright. And flash with gold the hours, Acd in her pale, faint robes, the Sprue It calling up the flowers When children with nnslippered feet, Go forth with hearta of glee To the straight and eren f urrow Where the fellow corn most be; What a beautiful embodiment - Of rue devoid of pride, Ii the good old-fashioned homestead. With doort still open wide. Eat when the happiest time is come. That to the year belong. Of uplands bright with harvest gold. And meadows full of songs; When fields of yet unripened corn. And daily garnered stores, Remind the thrifty husbandman Of ample thi-eshine floors Bow pleasant, from the din and dost Of the thoroughfare aloof. Seems the old-fashioned homestead. With steep and mossy roof. When home the woodman plods, with axe I pod his shoulder swung. And in the knotted-apple-trM Are scythe and sickle hong; And when light the swallows twitter 'Neath the rafters of the shed. And the table o...

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. — 28 May 1862

'OL. 46, NO. 42. 'WARREN, TKUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1862. WHOLE NO.- 2382. iii: BUSINESS DIRECTORY. s, BAKo'.viv; - -i. A.fADABS... TTM. RITF.ZKU ' umtOD. ADARS RITF.ZEL, , rclit.isHcss o tVTWir.. iWfittVJ! Chronicle. EtiPIKE &flci. MARKET ST. JHT For term, rah of advert inag.ir ""i-'." PROFESSIONAL. --- l'.'WrStESSERSCHMIOT, 43tU Enrineer and Land Surveyor. Warren. Ohio to. Also Examinations, Mai an Reports (it r..n; April is. o- 1?,:;- r OEORUE F. BBOWJf, Attorney at Law. Webb's Xew Block, Main Street, W arren. unio. . A. W. JOXEK, Attorney at Law and Real Estate ARcnt. at Power Corners, Mecca, iruinouu wuu, ... .. I. L. rrLLEB, " Attorney at Law; office in Jamesons building. Mar ket oireei, wivu, uuw. VHITTLKCT ADAMS, Attorney at Law and Kotary Piiblia. Wnren, Ohio. . - Collections proraptlyniade. Ieeds acknowMsed. and Conveyancing aucnueu uui " - - - is i at fmun a iioca. " Attorney' at Law and Prosecutor for Trumbull U, fcunthe.eiV the Old Clerk '. Office, n...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 28 May 1862

THE CHRONICLE.! VCSTESDAT, MAT 2S. 1S83. ! ! Exciting News-The Rebels on the Offensive. The telegraph on Monday bore the aa-' tounding and exciting intelligence thro'- out the North, that the National Capital was again in peril from rebel invasion. Corroborative of this announcement was the. official report from Gen. Banks col- nmn, which was repulsed on Sunday lat, J and forced to retreat eross the Potomac, ' giving the enemy possession of the Shen-j endoah Valley, Winchester, perhaps 3Iar- tinsburg, and as an inevitable con sequence, ' acain of a portion of the Baltimore Ohio R. R. The mismanagement on Olir nfi.rt .VAmt ts li a r-4a in l.iirinif Gen. Banks with t small a force 3000 or 4000 to oppose 15,000. Tho enemy soon discovered the gap thus made in our columns, and appear to have wheeled about, becoming pursuers instead of the pursued. The condition of affairs on the Upper I'otomac looks as though there was immi nent danger of an invasion of Maryland, where secession has mere...

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. — 28 May 1862

. Western Reserve, Chronicle.' , ; TirRJts or BCBscRirnox. Om AerW aae frt Out, ta Khrnw; Tire JW ""i mat u aa( bmioV m sreac. H pa aarauenntiaavii until all arrearage an pawl as apt at the eptioa of ta publisher. if ArfwrwtealBf , " Twelve Unci ojual to on inch la (pace, nuke Sqaar. lw Iw Iw aa f lyr fSgus- Jto I $1.00 I 1.5U $ 2. V I 4.W I 7.00 1 Square 1.001 z,U) I 801 6,U a.W 12,00 Sq 3. 5.00 1 7.00 1 10.00 1 16.00 Kcalaavai,o91, VO0I 6.W 8,00 1 12.00 1 30.00 Htoi 7.QQ1 a.oi)l U"QI 3B.ot sj.oo 1 toltai .0U 9.001 12.001 20.00 1 3.V00I 00.00 " Advertisement BO under contract, must be mark ed tba 1 earth of Urn desired, or they will be otnBtinBol nJ .hat d fur autil ordered ant. &rimi Xetiec. and extra displayed Adverttse- wi.dU, TU per cent mora. lleatks and Marriages inserted gratia, bat Obituary Nut o charged half price. . . , , Transient Advertise meat ta 1m paid for invariably ia advance. ... . Nearly Advertiser will be charred extra for Pid- ilutioa aad other Notice, aot ...

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 May 1862

"THE CRUEL PARIENT." Fitthn?h Tie Lane Loved Nellie Vane: But then her cruel father Said she should nut W eft sueh a sot That We would kill her rnthcr. Nell faveJ arid tores He stormed and swore. And kicked Fitr. from the dKW. . She said she'd die. He said, "me eye." ' And Meo ottered "bah . Firxhnjrh looked blue (And so would you. I As down the net he fell. And in tears flood. That her should So rudely wring his Xell. . And poor Xell lay i"X For many a day Sad thin?, she'd lost her wits. She sank to rct. The "erojvner's quest" Said that she died of Fits. J i I ! FLOYD. Felon inns Floyd, far-famed for falsifying Forever first from Federal forces llyinc. Frutu, fabrications funniuir Forliiue's tiauic. Finds foul Fugacity factitious Fuiue, Fool! facile Fabler! Fusilive flagitious! Fear for Futurity. Filchcr rictiiious! Fame forced from Folly, tin.lins fawners fled. Feds final failure failure fungus fed. " Rrittania's breast with pity swells Fur slave (heir wrongs arc n e'er forrolten....

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 June 1862

---It Tt T i I i VOL. 46, NO. 43. WAHREN, TKUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1862. WHOLE NO. 2383. -Western Chromoee kE SERVE BUSINES3 DIRECTORY. - I I' .1111 IP !. I. I I. . I' I' J" -J-l - ft . w. arcae, c. a. sntus. va. bitezel. . HtHHMt, ABASH a KIT EX EL, rcsusaKBS or Western- Reserve Chronicle. KM FIRE BLOCK. MAXKET ST. AWer In n. rotes dvtrtUi0. Xr., see .iia."A PROFESSIONAL. r.W. ME.HNERM II.VIDT, Civil Fns-imeer and Land Snrrrvor U'umi. Ohio. lveliii and Sorvevinar iii ('tial Mine attended to. Also Kiaminaliuu. Mai and Reports of Collieries made, April is 1C tlEOlUE F. BMWX, Attorney at Iw, Webb's Xew Block, Main Stieet. Warrea. Ohio. A. W. JOXEN, Attorney at Law and Krai Estate Agent at Power's lumn, Mecca. Tram.aU County, utuo. I. E. FI LLER. Attorney at Law; olfiee in Jameeoa'e building. Mar ket Street, Warn a. Ohio. WHITTLENET A DAMS, Art ore ey at Law and Notary Public. Warren. Ohio. C.llrrttonBrnnuUymarfr. Deed svrkuw We'd, and Convevancing attended to; office ...

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 June 1862

THERONIGLE. Bogus Southern Chivalry. The much vaunted chivalry of South ern blood has begn tested in the fiery crucible of war, and found to be spurious. Southerners, have ever been wont to as uribe to themselves the honor of being pre-es-uceutlj-hivab-ic; claiming that true chivalry could only flourish perrenially vbJt the . softer skies and warmer un of their own Southern clime, cultiva ted and nourished by lords of the lash. But the practical test to which it has been reduced p the progress of tha rebellion. trovs it ta liuo I exaggerated as the mvthical strength f the ancient Titans. The Southerners are not chivalric, in a true sense. Their oonduct in the war shows them to be des- perate. reckless and crueL almost wholly destitute of that nobleness, gallantry and magnanimity characteristic of true chiv alry. In this respect the brave sons of the North have clearly demonstrated their superiority before the world. Their cour age may not be so impulsive, but it is un Catering and r...

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