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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 11 March 1863

t .Western Reserve Chronicle . TERMS OF SIBSCK1PTIOX. liCtfar and fifty lent; in adrttnee; Tm. Itul ara, f jxttrmntt it not made im auiniuv. No per discontinued until all arrearages are paid ex sept at ouon of the publisher. o Kates, or Advertising, " Twelv lines equal to one inch iu space, make a fcxuare. . Iw w w 8m lyr 1 tuare .50 $1.00 I $ 1.50 I $ 2,-tO I $ ,) I i square i viuarea 1.0C 2.001 31 3L' 12.00 r "au.oo I 12,00 16.00 1.501 3,001 5,0 ieolumn 2.50 1 4.00 6.0e 8.00 I aOjOO 33.00 ! column 4.001 7.00 9,(Q 12.001 1 column 6,00 1 9.00 12.00 20.00 jJ5M j J-OjOO i Advertisements not under contract, must be rnsrk d tit lenrth of time desired, or they fill eontiuued Md charged for until ordered out. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertue- meats, 50 per cent more. . , . .. ! Death and Marriages inserted gratia, but Obituary Notice charted half price. . ' Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably reariy Advertisers will, be charged extra for Dis- solution and other...

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. — 11 March 1863

From the Traveller. What one Volunteer said to Another BY SHARPSHOOTER. Tell mejiot your civil story. ntiiX mp bat dream ; i diu,1e of blood and Klory, Art tor the brave and nut the mean. Camp is real, ramp is earnest ar from civil life and home, Ease and com fart, and all luxury. . Are but spoken in a moan. Not promotion, and not comfort. Is our destiny each day: But to Kad and shoot the farter. Till we're shot, or blown away. Days are Ion and nights are tedious. AjJd our troops, tho' strong sad hale. . tn.1t '"nob." unless you feed u W lth good beef that is not stale. On the march or in the battle Or on picket work at night.' Benot like alary rebel Be a hero in the strife. Trust no rebel how 'er he greets vou, rt nds r shield his trait'rous head: as revolutionary heroee Ehoot, or "hang 'till he be dead." Ijvee of those who fought our battel t -r i-?nxrd Plains and Bunker Hill ; lafe. liberty, a nation 's glorr. , loose who patriot graves out nil. let us then be op and marching. On...

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. — 18 March 1863

Reserve hronicle. VOL. 47, NO. X2. WAttttEN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 18G3. WHOLE NO. 2424. STERN For the Chronicle. DOWN THE OHIO. BY EMILY J. ADAMS. The starry-eyed liirhtlikesmneiiilvcr-winre i bird, v itu voioe full of tremulous sour. A down 'CT ,,,e rHlr we si'-titlr i-li.le O er the swift gleaming waters. al-m- And the moon louLing down from her throne on the Yi-k"1!. her pathw.iT of beams or the tide. n- l rr'tw of the waters illumine the wave w ith the flash of their eiu as thry glide. On and on still we float by the eTeen-wm-inc. isle. Blinnerhisttt, late haunted and lone,; While the eiifls everlastine hare pictured the stream With a tnargin of shadows oVrthrown. Some their are. and full many, who never ean know AH theexouisite touches of bliss. All the soft thrills of rapture that rise in the soul. In auch s eel. high ommuiion aa thi. And they sleep, and 'tis well, who could sleep or be ray. Are unworthy such scenes to behold : Mong the banished from Nat...

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. — 18 March 1863

THE CHRONICLE wexes.it, Mincii, IStb. I6S. Union Leagues. By reference toE the proceedings of the meeting held at Webb's Hall last Thurs day evening, it will be wen that a plan was adopted for the formation of a Union League in this place. This is a good move, and one which we hope will be followed by every township in the coun ty. Tho platform is surely broad enough for every Union-loving and traitor-haiiup man to .tand upon, and some concert of action is neeeswary to defeat the aims and purposes of those even in our midst, who are plotting, preaching and practicing treason. Tha enemies ofour Cownmont are straining every nerve, and leaving no . stone unturned, to render unpopular the war in which r now engaged, and to bring into disrepute the Administra tion, in its efforts to perpetuate our insti tutions. Is therefore becomes every man who has tha welfare of his country at heart, to take Lis ttand, firmly and unsl terably, and by every means iu his pow r contribute his influence t...

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. — 18 March 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle I I j TERMS OF Sl'BSCKIPTIOX. Une Vullar ami tftr Cento, in advanre; Tun ltnl- 35.0C 60.00 Klm r Advertialag, Twelve linceo.ul tonne inch in si-ar, make 4 Square. lw 3w Iw Sin n I lyr I Square $ .50. $1.00 1 $ 1.50 f zVx I $ 4.t7 $ 7,0u t Square I Square Sa column M eulumn 4.00 I I column 6.00 Advertisements not onder contract, must be park ed the length of time desired, or they will be continued and chanted for until ordered i out. Special Notice, and extra displayed Advertise ment, 60 per cent more. . . Death! and Marriages inserted gratis, but Obituary Kotices charred half price. . Transient Advertisements to be raid for invariably in advance. Yearly Advertiser will be charred extra for Pis solution and other Xotices, net connected with their regular business. I'uiineM Cards, not exceed in 3 line. 51,00 a line iter year each additional line. To cents. 1.0CI 2,00 V1! i0u g.Oul 12.00 1.50, S.00I 5. J0 1 7.00 1 U1 1 l1 2,50 1 4.00 1 6.l 6.0UI lL'.OO I 20.00...

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. — 18 March 1863

THE AGE OF WISDOM. BY WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY. lln I pretty page.Vith dimnled chin. That never fans known the barber's (hear. All yonr wish is Wbimi to win : A his ii the way the bnjn beein ait till yon come to forty yean. Cm-N eold locks cover fonlisb brains : Billing and cooing in all yonr cheer Ris-liinr. and "incing of midnight strains, Livier BnmrbeU's window panes Wait till you come to forty years. Forty times over let Michaelmas pass, OriKvlinr hatr the brain doth clear ; Then tou know that a boy is an ass. Then yon know the worth of a lass Onee you have come to forty years. Pledge me ronnd : I bid yon declare, A '1 itoo fellows whoe beards are gray rid not the fairest of the fair Common grow, and wearisome, ere. Ever a month has past away ? Th reddest lips that erer hare kissed. The brightest eyes thst ever haveslione, Mav pray and whisper and we do not list. Or look away and never bo missed Ere yet ever month be tone. G'ttiaa's dead ! God rest her biei How I loved her t...

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. — 25 March 1863

NiGLE. TER VOL. 47, NO. 33. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 186 WHOLE NO. 2425. .Reserve From the Atlantic Monthly for March. "Choose You this Day Whom You Will Serve." Will Serve." BY. O. W. HOLMES. Y, tyrant, yon bate ns, antl iVm- wiail y-u hate The self-ruling, chaixi-breakinr. tLrouo-ciikinc State 1 The night birds dreed morning: your instinrt ia true. The day-star of Frecuoin brii.n mi jui-lit fur youl Why plead with the deaf for tliccaujc of inunLiod? The owl hoota at noon tliat tue caicle H bliud ! We ask not your reasons 'twere wasting our time. Our life is a tnon&ce. our weliiire a crime 1 MT have battles to fight, we have foes to subdue; Time araiis not for u. and we wail not for you 1 The mower mows on. though tiie adder may writhe And the copperhead eoil rouud the blade of his srythe 1 "Xo sides in this quarrel. your at&teMuca may nrge. Of achool-honse and wa;e with clave cu ai.d scourge 1 No sides in the quarrel ! proclaim it as well To the ...

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. — 25 March 1863

THE CHRONICLE. WEDXXSD.tT, MARCH, 23tb, IS6a.J The two"Hartford Conventions." On the loth of December, 1SI4, a Con vention met in Hartford, Connecticut, "to device nifans of ttcurily cud defense which ruaj- l-e cont:et in with tl:e pret-r-vaticn of their resources from total ruin, and adapted to their Veal situation and mutual relations and habits, and tii-l re pugr.ant ft tl,eif clbgai'.oa ei inribers cf the Union." The prosecution ot thewarof 1ZV201 posed by a large portion of the people of Xew England, not however, from a want of patriotism and devotion to the country, but because of the immense, dieter it entailed on them, in the destruction of their commerce end fisheries, and be cause it was regarded by many prominent men as a mere party measure of the Re publicans who were then in power. The coast defences of Xew England were neg lected by the Federal Government, and tha English were making sad havoc with their shipping interests. Many points were already occupied-and rumors ...

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. — 25 March 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Dollar and fifty Cent; in adjunct, Tiro Dul tare, , if payment im rvj mnde in advance. No pa g discontinued until ill arrearages ar paid ex cept at tha option of ilie publishers. r AdvertlMiuc. ' Twelre lines equal to uuc inch in space, make Square. In Sw w 3m cm J 1 Syuare .50 I il.Oi I i 1.50 1 $ 2.V) I $ 4.00 1 7.00 ! Square t Squares LOCI 2.001 3.ra 5.00 I &.00 112.00 1.501 3.001 5.O0I 7,001 10.WI 16.00 column 2,50 4,00 I 6.U6 I column 4.001 7.00 9.001 1 eolamn 6.00 1 9,00 1 12.00 1 K.0PI Ji00 ao,i i 12.u0 1 20.00 20.001 35,00 35.00 60,00 Advertisements not under contract, must 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 ment, 50 per cent more. ..,.... Deaths and Marriage" inserted gratis, but Obituary Notices eh anted half price. . Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. , Yearly Advertisers will b...

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. — 25 March 1863

For the Chronicle. POPULAR ROBERY—A Song. BY. J. NELSON ASHBORNE. aaciu it's Ton." says tli Merchant, u Tiis custo ... mer comes in : And I know if black and whit, for you're al ways got the tin : Ana yea ve dealt with ine so lung, and you're done inat 1 guess I'll , at you have it fnr about half price. " - u ai a uollar, neeJn t aire the see look And ii you c.-i-uot cath iu why. I'll scratch it on my booit." to wa;ob. friends, watch; look out for something worse. He'd tke yoar coat acd jacket, and then ask you fceein' it s yoo." says the Tailor, as he ticks up m m- ..teen; - Aud yon have patrnli'd me for at least a doicr ears. V n.JA l'ao this job of woik for just about a half. And i A do it up so neat, that 'twill aicie your wife And thai ' wortii a cooi fjrui. these wives wW Smiting fi,e For they 're ai:eraiiy so cross, they'd wj tl"4 i . im rre.. So watch, i. leads, watch, lor.k out for your life. Hit'd Sflkl rnnr n n 1.. w .nil run away Witt . your wife. -Satin' it's you.'siys ...

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. — 1 April 1863

Reserve i a. VOL. 47, NO. ;w. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, APRIL U I8G3. WHOLE NO. 2426. THE SOLDIER'S LAMENT. BY D. D. FISHER, CO. C, FIRST BATTALION, PIONEER BRIGADE. Oi ' i'a, "oYer Afovmtni V.ii. uT iTie banks' i't Stone River. while the troea in their pall Ten thousand brave warriors iu Jeath th'.'Yo did fall. AajitlieirJjilje ill moulder, but thvir aauiej ev- e-r live. ' For Columbia'! freedom their lives they did dive. though last from our by Oh t who eould forget them aigtit. Their name should be wVu.;'..rcJ by day ai.d -tngnt, . - Ana all ireneratKm to eonte will adore The era re. of our brothers ou Stoiic Kiver at eve. On the field there it dancer, yes. sorrow and woe. But who would not venture in battle to go. And tight tor acouutry that ever will b A heme for the lioiuuleaa, a land oi the lire. Come broth tiul-atd us,- ere the ttaie fliould draw near; ' - - ' -AVhen the cannon's loud thunder at homo yuu a ill wtthear And our country dishonored by yonr own fo...

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. — 1 April 1863

THE CHRONICLE VEBXESDAT. APBIL, 1st IMS. Misrepresentation of the Law. In r. U 1 . . .. . i f , . "i"-" "cn..iru4iuiii3 01 me wire- workers and creed-makers of the party aa. calls itscir Democratic, that tbey do not sympathize with the rebels, they can Jks proven traitors at heart, by the charac ter pt their principles, the malignity of their falsehoods, and their implacable opposition to all measures devised for the vigorous prosecution, of hostilities against ih rebels. Not BatLfied with having opposed the passage of an act by Congress for keeping up the numerical strength and ethciency . of oar armies, they now are engaged through their disloyal presses and orators in nirep!senting the law since its pass age. 1T characterizing it as unjust and pstlial in iU provisions, when the reverse is rkily the case. 1 he orthern rebels who are the bell wethers" of the Democratic party, seem to fcs as blinded by their prejudices and in- Lerent treason, as are their serpent pro totypes, the sl...

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. — 1 April 1863

WeMerih Reserve Chronicle TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ia Vfar i Vhf W, in advance,- Tim imrt, , payment m af made la wdcamce. No pa pier discontinued until ail irrmrww are nii J ex cept at the option of the pubii-hers Kales or AaWertlfcinc, v Twelve line aual tovue iuoh in pai-, .ak Situara. tw w 6w H j tie iyr t Square $ ,50 $1.00 I $ 1.5" I $ 2.50 I $ i I $ 7.00 t Square 1.0& I t00 I S,6( 5.1J I 1 Square 1.50 1 1,00 I 5.00 I T.el '4 eoluma eoluma 2&1 4.001 4.00J "7.00 1 g.rt'j 12.00 1 20.00 9.00 12,oo JO.Od .Vi.001 35.00 I eoluma 6.001 9.00 12.001 20,001 60.00 Advertisements not under contract, must be mark ed the length of time desired, or they will be eon turned -and charged for until ordered out. Special Kolioe. and extra displayed Advertise ments. 50 per ent more. ...... Death and Marriages inserted gratis, but Obituary Notice charred half price. . Transient Advertisements to be pud for invariably in advance. ... , X early Advertisers will be chanted extra for Dis solution ...

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. — 1 April 1863

My Beau that's in the Army. 1'in lousome Jno he left my fid. To brave due.. and dawrer. To cross o er hill, and rolliug tide. And quarter with a stranger: n.1.'. one year ago th.it night M left my side in sadness, . -u Um i" one s5t read. e u meet again in gladness." I long unon those ruby lips. Tni,t the welcome token. AJranni him my sacred vow So kind, and winning were hit ways For nau.ht could he b? faulted , th alarm of the drum, lie did both grieve and eharm ms By Seeing to bis nation aid. y beau that in the Army. Those Gents who sit at hom- in tui A?,d. df ean ?f Fama, ad lilory. M" niie boldiers' groans float on the breeze. .- if bt hear a different story. Iff0 sfcapiee eotraraf (6vm, ' - V1" naught in him can charm me. But give rue him who'd die for home' Aly beau that's la the army. Now if there's one within oar land, ' hose sympathies are callous. i do not think it would be just 1 - :..' Vfi'! him on lh" Gallows; But let me warn you. if jou're here. r -Perhaps 'tis better ...

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. — 8 April 1863

We STERN ERV F- V- " r VOL. 47, NO. WARREN,' TRU3rBULL "COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, . 1863.' WHOLE NO. 2427. For the Chronicle. ALONE. lAfe i cnarm. lb joy-gnd essenv. hath foreve r fled, tach aspiration higffU numbered with the dead. hope, which teemed to be wiita full fruition crowned. Like autumn'! withered leave, until flii!cn to the ground. Xnere th. bounding j.yonns of early yearn? laougn many a time aud It. 'twas queut-hed iu transient tears, V her. u the exuberant feelirj. that in darkness -.. lives. Ana to each lowering cloud, a silver lining ait es. And where the elastic spirit, blest l.Hn of youthful ui. Which trom the stricken heart, the tear of augaith stays Gone, gone, forever ; and still rouud my heart there cling. Sad memories of the joys, wlii. h now have taken wiuga. Each well remembered scene bangs turning back to Life's old associations : and still I seem to we. aek eld familiar face, u lite-like as of yore. And then my weary heart, yearns for the never mor...

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. — 8 April 1863

THE CHRONICLE. - WEBXESBAT, APRIL, tlk IMS. To The Union Men of Ohio. THE UNION CONVENTION. TLe undersigned, representing the Union organization in this State, after consulting with th Union members of the General Assembly, invite all loyal cit izens who are in favor of the mainte nance of the Government and the vigor ous prosecution of the war, now enrried on for the suppression of the relellion against it, to meet and appoint delegates to a Union Convention to te held in Columbus on Wednesday, the 17th day of June next, at 11 o'clock A. M., (the place of meeting to be hereafter desig nated,) for the nomination of candi dates for the following offices : Governor. Lieu tenan t-O overnor. Auditor of State. Treasurer of State. One Judge of the Supreme Court. One member of the Board of Public Works. The Convention will be composed of one ablegate tor every five hundred votes given for Tod, and one additional dele gate for every fraction of two hundred and fifty or upwards, but no count...

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. — 8 April 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION". DJar J F& in adrancr; ZW .--r discontinued unul all arrearages are lui.i ex cept at welioa of fat publisher. Kate ! A1 -r I -, Twelve lines equal to ou Looh la space, make ' lw w w Sin nl lyr 1 -NUre $ .50 $1.00 I S 1.50 $"50 $ 4.00 I 7.00 ! -nare. 1.061 2.00 1 3,5o 5.01)1 I Square 1.50 1 3.00 1 5.00 7.00 I column column 1 column 2.501 4.001 4.00 L 7.001 JS.08 9.001 6.001 9.001 12,101 -.0-1 10 .1. 8.00 1 12.001 12.001 20.001 20.00 i 33.001 l-OO "lfiO 35.00 60.00 Advertisements not under contract, must be mark ed the length of time deired.or they will be continued and charged tor until ordered oat. -Special Notices, ud extra displayed Advertise ments, 50 per eent more. Deaths and Marriages inserted gratis, but Obituary Notices charged half price. . , , . Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. Yearly Advertisers will be chanced extra for Dis solution and other Notices, nt connected with their regular busines...

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. — 8 April 1863

WHERE OH WHERE! WHERE OH WHERE! BY ANNIE. Where is the absent one we loved In childhood'! rosy morn. Who but a lew short weeks ago rom kindred hearts was torn T He was to young, so noble, true. The child of many a prayer. Ami now with anxious, bleeding heart. We can but aak Oh ! where 1 . WTicre is the absent one. TO brave, ho left with courage hitch To battle for hie country' rights. Shout victory, or die ? n e hear that fell disease has claimed Our brother, and would share Bis life blood, now in traitor bands, V ell may we ak oh 1 where T Where U the absent one. so good. It teems no heart could bear Todo an injury to one 80 promising and fair; Although amid the subtle foe. The enemy will spare. If heart they have; fond parents akg Where is our boy oh 1 where T - Where is the absent one. so dear? tilad sisters would be ther. And mother's tear of sympathy For pain she'd gladly share; Kow weary days and weeks have passed. But they no tidings bear : A multitude of frionds siill ask Wh...

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. — 15 April 1863

Western rtQNICLE VOL. 47, NO. 3. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1868. WHOLE NO. 2428. ks3 Jl-J JL u v -I A THE SUBSTANCE OF A SPEECH, OF Hon. JOHN HUTCHINS BEFORE THE "UNION LEAGUES" "UNION LEAGUES" OF WARREN, YOUNGSTOWN & NILES. After a few preliminary remarks. Mr. II., said, the questions at stake, and the times are too serious for mere declamation. It is the duty of even loyal citizen to se riously enquire, whether his position is one of unconditional loyalty to the (iov ernnient that protects turn ; is he doing all in his ower to sustain the Govern ment, and do his acts in any manner tend to embarrass, the lawfully constituted au- ' uimmmlue cuunn ot tno war tbr the suppression of thM causeless, and v. No position in society, no party obliga - ios can shield us irom lesponsibihty e ... . . ... i lis nour oi peril, i tie conspiracy to over- biw ine government, is more extensive ana alarming, man many at hrst sup posed.' I have carefully watched it for the...

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. — 15 April 1863

THE CHRONICLE "W".iesE3sr, o. WEMEStt.VT. APRIL. 15lh IMS. The Result of the Elections. The results of the elections lield last week in the Stales of Connecticut, Mich igan nud Ohio, are peculiarly gratifying to the uncompromising friends of the National Government. In each of the States named, the Union men met a closely organized, desiderate and unscru pulous party, and overwhelmed them with most signal defeat. The political victories thus achieved are of great im portance, and worth quite as much to the cause of the Union as a splendid victory over the rebels on the battle-field. IV cause these triumphs have been secured with bloodless weapons, they are no less glorious or less significant. Our success at the polls was a Mow of infinite damage to the hoj.es. pro-pects and wishes of rebel sympathizers iu the North, and cannot but bo fraught with desponding suggestions to the rebel leaders of the South. The loyal voice is '-still for war." It has spoken out boldly in the majesty of...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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