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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 24 February 1864

Westsra Reserve Chroaicle. '" . 1. TERMS OF 8CB8CKIPIIOK. - option ot the puoLaher. ml ATrUilB, Suar?1 Hn eo incli la si-aoe, make , lw I w H Im tm ijr Sguar & I ii.uU $ 1,50 1 1 2.50 1 c 4.00 1 $ 7.00 Lbquarc 1.QQI 3.M g,w go.nare L50 8.QQ! 5,00 1 7,00! 1(u)0 16C(i Koolamn 2.50 1 4.00 1 6 06 g,oa 1J,U0 1 20,00 H column 4,00 1 7.001 g,00 12.001 20.001 33.00 .column 6.00 9.00 1 12.001 ao,QQ 35,00 SO.O rtutitmi, oi under contract, must be mark 4 tn lenp.li of tim desired, or they will be OntiBued and charged for until ordered out, "Pjeiei Notice, and extra displayed Advertiie- uis, au pr cent more. Heaths and Marriage inserted gratis, bat Obituary !ioticee charged half price. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably la advance. Teexly Advertisers will be charged extra for Din. eolation and other Notices, net connected with their regular business. Humness Cards, not exeeeding S line. $1.00 a line per year; eaca additional hoe. 7ft oenta. JOB FBIHtlXe. Having recently mad ...

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. — 24 February 1864

Them Pretaters. Many of our readers no doubt, Lave read this rich anecdote. It is like old wine, it will bear repetition. Those who never read it, will thank us for reviving it Irjpra oblivion into Which it was falling: Several legislative gentlemen were dining at a Boston Botel; one of them asked Mr. D., a gentleman who sat : opposite : - , ' 'Can yon reach them pretaters ?' Mr. D., extended his arm toward the dish, and aatisf jing himself that he could reach the pretaters, answer ed: Yes, sir.' " The legislator was taken aback with unexpected rebuff from the wag, but presently recovering himself he asked: Will you stick my fork into one of 'm then V , . . Mr. 1). took the' fork and very coolly plunged the fork into the pota to, and left it there. The company j roared as they took the juke, and the victim looked more foolish tban be fore; bat suddenly an idea fitruck him and rising to his feet, exclaimed with an air of conscious triumph : '2fow, Mr. ., I will trouble you for tbeior...

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 March 1864

-Western CHRONIC 1 V-t".' VOL. 48, NO. 2 WARREN, TRILUBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1864. WHOLE NO. 2474. USINJESSIRECTORY. . axrnoon. cl saivs. w. rri!i. H APt.tXJI). ADAJH A RITEZIX, I . , rF suburbs or Westers" Reserve Chronicle UCnBS BLOCS. MARKET ST. MANUrACTTJRERS. Hanufaeturen of Stoves, Plows, Cings.Tmwere tove Fnraiture, Stv Pipe. As. No. S. Market Street. Warren. 0. April . '63. .a CBASACE A C1LXOBE. Manufacturers aud Dealersin Boots. Shoes. Rubbers. a. Also Uttiecis letiier.inaingi,ll,asts. Ac., m Street. Warren. Ohio. - w. a. iru. ' a. MIDBUSY. w.b. uru co.. .kiaiiufactsrer Improved Steam E opine., Iror and Braes Founders and Millwrights, Franklin Foundry, Comer ef Liberty and South Streets, n arren. unio. -- X -ilXXAKDEH McCOXXEl-L, tCaaaiaeturer ted Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather u x lading, Alain bureet, W arren, Ohio. f i f- H- aixinox, aVIsanfaotwrer end Dealer ia Saddles, Harnesses, bridles. Martincales. Trunks. Whip. Bud'alo and Faney Sob. Horee-BIankeu,...

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 March 1864

THE CHHONICtE. WA1UIEN, O. o - - rWCJHS0AT. MAKCII X, IMA. Signs of the Times. As rapidly as tlie "victorious march of our wrpaios reduce the area of Confeder ate usurpation and territorial swsy, does the pluck and audacity of the Northern sympathizers of secessia abate in teal and boldnoss. The handwriting of incontro vertible facts which daily appears in char acters of "living light upon the myriad page of current Lietory, are becoming legible, and full of portent, to the dull v 'is ions and unbelieving minds of even the "Northern pro-slavery Democracy. They are beginning to realize that the revolution has pone too far in its progress Ive influences to admit of a possibility for retrograde movement. When Slavery, tolaave itself, undertook to lock the wheels and block the course of the car of human progress, it madly and vainly un dertook to check an engine op irresistible force, the motive power of which, is the free,- intelligent, philanthrope and irre-l pressible spirit of the n...

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 March 1864

Western; Reserve Chronicle.! . TERMS U SCBSCkll-TION. - ), CmU, ia advamc.- 7V. iloi- " v smajusiu is ' aiatte m nlniM. .o ps " unui ail arrears.;. are pal a ax- m oauoa oi iae puolisbsis. Utile of AiUertUlB;, 7 Twelve usee e-iusl ; uue inch ia space, nuke w lw In I ta aa lyr tBu,uar. .a. i l,w l,ao a 2,ou I a 4.UU T.tlt bMaare ) 0 301 5.001 b.MI lit ' 5iun 1.501 3,00 1 5.001 T.00 1 10.0U I lti.0 Xtooluina jt 4.0U .tiaj s,( i ?.to 1301 lifti I ai.w 20,i. Hcol mn 4.0i 20.01 A5.0I I column 6.C0I ) 9,n I 35.00 .! iwlvertiseiueBts not under contract, must h mark ed the Iffuirih of litne desired, or they will b continued aud charged fur until ordered oat. Special Notice, end extra displayed Advertise nenta. 50 per cent more. Deaths and Marriages inserted gratis, bat Obituary notices elarred hall price. Transient Advertisements to be raid for Invariably tn M ranee. Yearly Advertiser wilt be charred extra for Dis- solutiou and other Kotaces,awt connected with their reerular business. Hutae...

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 March 1864

From the Hartford Courant. THE STOCKING. t lly th fireside cosilv seated. With spectacles riding her don, A lively old old lady is kuiitinr A wonderoue pair of bom. She pities the hiveriug soldier Who is oat in the pelting norm. -And busily plies faer nee-lles - To keep has hearty JOid mm. Her eyee are reading the ember, But her heart is off to the war, for the knows wnat thorn brave fellows Are gallantly fcghtins for. tier fingers aa well aa uer fancy Are cheering them on tneir way. - W ho. under Cue good old banner, Ara serving taeir country to-day. En ponder bow in bar eaildaood Her grandmother ased io tell The story of barefooted soldiers - - . , W ho fought so long and well : And the men of the Revolution Are nearer to her tutu vs. And that, perhaps, it the reason W by the it toiling thai. 6he cannot ahonlder musket, 1 ' .' Nor ride with the Cavalry crew. Eat neverthele she' rwady To work for to beys who do. And yet in official dispatches That come from the army or CeeU Err fea...

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 March 1864

CHRO ERYE ATTTIT irn 1 lVylJ JH. VOL. 48, NO. 29. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1864. WHOLE NO. 2475. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . HirOOOD. - C. A. ADAVS, ITU. atTTT.KL aTAPbeOD. ADAMS U1TEZLL, Pt'KLISHSBS 'or Western Reserve Chronicle ' EM FIB B BLOCK. MARKET ST. ar-' w Senas, rate of suieerrwui, iff--, tat intid -. M A.NTTF ACTTJR ERS. Manufacturers of Stoves. Plows, Casttncs.Tinwiire Store Furniture.Meve Piio. c "o. 5. Market Street. W arrea, 0 April . "63. mXACClCILVOItC. - Mauufiv-tnTers ud Dealer, in Boots, Shoe. Rubbers, Ae. Also Dealer in Leather, 1 ui Jmt JLatts. ie.. Market Street, Warren. Ohio. - - W. B. MEnBCST. . W. ILVFIX CO.. .Manufacturers of Improved Steam Engines, Iron and Brass Founders and Millwrights, Franklin Foundry, C truer f Liberty and bouth btreets. Warren. Ohio. ALEXANDER McCO.VXELL, Jtasafaeturs' and Sealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather and Findings. Main Street, Warren, Ohio. tf-lft AIX1S03T. MaaofeetBrer a ad Dealer in Saddles, Harnesses. Brid...

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 March 1864

THE CHRONICLE.' vwwvv- r-.n .s-..-.s--v WAlUtEN, O. V' . - ; I5ESI.1T, 5IAKCH , 184. ' Presidential. Th trt4nd of Jamcm and'freedoni soon be called upon to select a candidate for thTref.f:lotiaresva?s'of J80.. It teems to us that tbegreSfaitn of the poo-1 pie should be to secure unity of 6enti-.such ment tfnd concert of action. The iatro-; duction of 'mlijec I and aims calculated to unsettle lhe public mind, and create division, and ; perhaps violent antago-j nism between rival- interests, is a state to be sedulously guarded agin?t, unles we are readyto Lazutcl the fortunes of the U the UDoertaiu chances of a civil commotion that may resuit in a rev-are olution of national policy, so radically at j Variance with that of the present, as to leave or record no substanatial evidence of our baring made that rapid progress : in establishing civil' and political liberty, which we now fijtter ourselves is to Le the grand result of the war. It is most unfortunate that all our people cannot r...

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 March 1864

., II Western - Reserve Chrciiicls. . TS&M5 OF 6UBSCEIPTION. " rvt tw. m tiiMu,' jv Huf- Iwx uAcounud ntii ell vtcuvh are paid x- Y ia -u, wan a MMM. AO Ba- " - fww 01 hU punus-ar, ttitteej r Advortlelng. Twalv Uces ee,-. to e inch in space, make a aaaro. Iw 1 w w 1 sua I t lyr ijWuaro ,ou A.tsj iH j.p() I $ .uu $ 7.UU Squar.jal.uC I a.uu -.SO !&. I a.n I L.' luarc luj a.uQ 6.1QI 7.001 10,CO 16. Kgoiauin r-VI tS.'w I , IWl Ai.oo 3j column 4.0) 7.(B s.frtl l-,nO j).uu S5.uu t column 6.1)0 1 9.W I 1 X.W'. SS.W I 60.0 Advertisement not under contract. niu.t ha mark ed the innb f time desired, or they will be continued and charged for until ordered out. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertita taenta, SO per cent more, Deatns and Mam area iaoertcd gratis, bat Obituary Notice-, charred half price. Tranficct Advertisement to be paid for Invariably la advance. Yearly Adrertiser will be charred extra for Pia eoiutioe and other Notices, net connected with their regular busineas...

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. — 9 March 1864

AMERICAN TAXATION The following song wallsA recognired by many of cur eld subscribers. Tho copy was handed u by a gentleman in whose possessiou it Lis Ireeu nearly forty years, and ia a cuiioMly in itself. Eds Cxkox. - While I relate my story, Americans give ear. Of Briuun'a fading glory you bL11 jeii ently hear ; :-.-, I'll give a true relation, nttend to what aav. . - ... . Conceraiug tho taxation of North Acir- ica, :- The cruel lord of Britain, " wLo glory in weir eiiame, " - The project they had hit on they joyfully proclaim; What they are striving after i to take our richts awav. - -- To mob uf tf oof eharter in North Amer ica s; t , w There are two mishtr sneakers who rule in Parliament ' .' Who always have been a seeking some mis chief to, invent; ' Twas North, and Bulelus father, a hor- ' rid plan did lay.' ' - A mighty taJt to gather In North Amer- . ica. i -.... . -- i . , They searched the -gloomy regions of t the infernal pit, -, To find among those legions one who ex c...

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 March 1864

Western .KeSE'KE' ft 1 H 13 H'la..X-.T.H.arJTf M jJiOiXOMIK) HI IT VOL; 4S, NO. oO. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, -WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1864. NO. i j.T.t.i-n'1 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. a. s. aardoiin. - c a. an.iv. w. snxtsi.. HlPi(HID,ADASI Jt BimEI, rrm.tsm:B8 "or Western - Reserve Citr nicle - EMPIRE BLOCK, MARKET ST. er'orferi. rrfr qf a1iiinp . d-c.. mtt irfe.-w-S MANUIACTURERS. .- JAHESOX A wni KLEK, Manufactarers of Stoves, Plows, Catinc.Tinware rtove tnrmtore. More ripe. Jtc. ro. s. Msrkat Street. arren. 0. April 2tf. 'liX ( ElVAUK A GIIHORE. Manufacturers .in J Dealcrjia Beits. Show. Rub bora, A-e. Aiso Ottiicrsin LcaLner.F ii.diii,U.a3rs, ac Market .Street, Warren. Ohio. H."irYj"i j "a. KESEUET. - - WVM. Iiri.l-4K. -Manufacturers of Imnrovod Steam Fncmsx, Iron -and Bra Fvnutfcrs and Millwrights. Franklic Foundry, Corner oi" Liberty and outh Streets, w nrrvu. Ohio. ' - - ALEXAXUCR . -HeCOXN ELL, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots Shoes, LeaUiei and Findings, Main Street, V arren....

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 March 1864

THE CHRONICLE. WARREN, O. c V.: ;WEME8DAT, MUtH le, 184. The Presidential Question. Thialion ta'soon to pass'tkieugh the ordeal of a Presidential election, which, under existing circumstances, must in volve a more than ordinarily exciting and heated campaign. The especial friends of several aspirants are already in the field, laboriously prospecting as to tha probable chances of their favorites. To the great mass of 'American citizm. the OTTimwffiiHi of engineering politicians mu-t t tin time appear a work of mper- erojjation. It is only necea-ary to listen t the almost universal ajiontanenus c cl imtion ef rv and approbation that rise up trooi Hie liearts ot me peniue. full of hope Hit tru-t in Abraham Lin-j coin, to delide who it is that the popular sentiment indicates as worthy to lad the Union party to victory in the vitally important political struggle of ISG-i. For over thirty years no one has occupied the Presidential choir, to whom the people have pointed, so' unanimously, 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. — 16 March 1864

Western Reserve ChrODICle. kiai- Attvrrttnla, SJlflr.,to,,tt h iai. 1 C4fi i-i-jJii' ir i T.oai io.'YI hoc n neulamn t.C0 7,'Ail 9 A' I 12.0)) fci.tXI 3S.tj l column 6,C. Ufo j ss.qq TTf. vertteuiett not under eontr?t. uut bo mark ed tue leoiaii of time desired, or uiey will b oontiuuvd m:id charged fcr until oMared oaU SpeeiHl Notice, end extra dnlvil Ai.ni.. I -- j win uiuio, iot 0hitn"J' Tionaa?'UvWt'-'ot'aU la '" paid for mvariaM) Tearlv Advertisers will b- -b,-,-,,! extra for D tW? vlarSTi lt"J.'"i-m- .uMb- Cnl-snot wiitH' J Ji. X,oo Uar j n Hi:ititiuutu lli- r-. I k , itn PKIXTHU ta?ir:rpe!adJS? 5f PnmiPs micHjI, o r i.rcrred ro eiciire in rot ih- maimer, the ii3enait vunetiM f TUir; w.d Tay Printir.r -?vcn a? Addrtw Citrtt. Ceni6-i. !.!, Pannes Card. Check Book, M.inllciU, Btuik t'iierk. Co!oritriauiig. XHo. Billtof LadiBjt, prala. 'roimiatE. tail Tii keto, Porui Bookj, Kc-i(.t5. Ulanka.sU kinda. iiaiidbills. Show Bills. Ia faot eTrythiig doo in th share of Trint tng. at firi...

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 March 1864

From the Indianapolis Journal Feb. 7. E...nuL. -w,. ubU Ldiftitam m (lie Vriuae ik U'&iis. f fTale rooyal Babelet! pecrslike You cnm iwwr'o fou iu exr-eotto. Onter this mundaic gKt uv oars. Little mre'n voud a ietehed your muiher A skeetin. What was yer harry No Bow ? Did you think may be You was wanted ? Ton wai po3e -Yer thinn wusent t frogmore, they . was at that other plaia wow yon Wus eigspected in Hants, wo aal ate Hi" roival hines tbe wunn of Wail -With your furst holier. - I spoie likely 1 oa cooden s-a it. aka yon cu -(ijj When you got reddy, that fh wa 1 n Kings dure, but now sense youve a N esty procklamashou and a f . nil Menny other things jv snouu-I Uvixuit. To the brittfeher. end f'je landea- - fc - T 1 Ti:ne it glad too. Inadwaaa ua . . Wood think sow. 3i"'d a tbrt ---T" ..... 7. Oept heed a red it in-tli louden time That the hoiewurld, an mure tu, ia Inside nv ine'and. and no tite 8t j NaiherT auj hoo'd a lM r- r-jX. wu.3 wua wpy imup wuria ? - - -Am't w gotjrua...

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 March 1864

Reserve s1- a V : t ; hronigee: VOL. 48, NO. 31. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY. OHIO. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1864. WHOLE NO. 2477. ERN ,-- Vi BUSINESS DIRECTORY. -. akhm6, c. a. ii.ixd. a. irnim. . H APUftUU, .1 HITl'.rL, .' ... ,- V.Sl-liUiCH IHT WESTER' Reserve Chronicle. EMFIBE BLOCK, MARKET ST. Fortermu, rote, m nerti"0. S See lVi:."t MA.riUFACTUUEHS. iiSEStt.v mirci.EB, SI is-ifact irers of Stoves, Plows, C!utiug3,TTiware Stove 1'iruilttrc. iter. Fifce, s. o. 6, Jiis.lel street, w una, U. April i!9, 'ii. . CBl.tACE 4 GILXOHK. ilenuAwturers aui Ieder in Boors Shoes, Rakber. Ac .Also Deaiw'E in Leather, FiiiiiUiS,i,M ?ta. Ac., Market Street, Warren, Ohio. V, 12. HLLL. 8- BKDIH'BY. -. W. B. HELL CO.. r JAanaCieturers of Improved S team Engines, Iron and Bras Founders and JuUw.-ijrbts, Franklic . luundxi'. Corner of Liberty akd South btreeu, ' ' ' Warren. Ohio. - ALEXAXUKB McCDKSELL, Manpfaoturcr and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather and Findings, Main Street, Warren. Ohio. II. ILUOX, Jlanof...

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 March 1864

THE CHRONICLE. WARREN, O.-- TEDXESDAT, MARCH lse. Spring Elections. The Township in d Corporation elec- hope the Union men of the several towns in Trumbull County, will not be caught napping, and allow the Copperheads to gain any advantages. It la of the great est importance that true, reliable, compe tent Union men be -elected this spring. The political campaign just before us will inrolre such momentous issues that it be hooves the supporters of the Administra tion to be early in the field, getting eve ry thing in readiness to ensure as far as possible an easy and overwhelming vic tory for our State and National Tickets XiextfalL Other reasons worth considering by the people may be given to impress them more forcibly with the importance of Spring Elections. In some instances it happens that communities almost wholly neglect their home or local political af fairs, while considerable attention is giv en to matters remote and general. The result of this indifference is that persons 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. — 23 March 1864

"Westefa'lleserve" Chronicle t a.atcrnai.u.: '. " I olv Unequal w inch to r-, aaqaar. Iw . w Ski i 6na I lr 3uax j Squares i i.w L i ; j i V.iijtwa,xM U50i iotii oyf I b.w I U05 '.Xf l'V1" I i WW S.lMj 1J.II'! i.UV: column iV j 4..W I 0.1M u AnlM i mi 1 r (mi I a Mi i i-i tti i mm fhi i mi; " " 4 ih leunh ..f nine itrod. or iiy ( Continued utt a baried until on.erd ;hu Ncie rurt-H baif jirif. in a4vati"- Varly Advertiw tc ciuhk? t eitni !ir 1 HlutiHi nnd Xht-r Vuti:, u-n rorltf4 with $aBn Cnri., n.! 3f.ertlio. Sl vW Havic rcct!y mad luce aadiUoM oi ca tmsi Avlt of tTM. to our mMortiaeDt cf Job 1R rrkatinjf uazriai. we ar prfiir4 to execat in . STCH AS Addrwa Cards. Crti6rat. Labels. Buinen Carda, Check Books. Manifest. Bask Cbeeki, Colored Pristine. Notea, Bills of Ladin. Drafi - Pntmmmtm, Ball Tickets. Form Book. Receipt. Blanks, ail kinds. Uandoills. Show ilis. . Ia feet erwrthiiMt done in tha shape of Print- ib, at prices thnt esnnot ail to silt, jnd wuh dispatch. keep eonstsnuy ...

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 March 1864

JOHN Billings in the Editorial Chair. TO CORRESPONDENTS. - .- "Fred.'' Ya iaint obkcgel to ax! a galls ninther, ef vu ma go bunt" with ber fruru a -partee, git toe pa!U cc- dorzmiat; ard sale inn, it is prcporj enulF tu ar her t a take yure arm,j but yu haint gott kno rite tu put rnrt. arm round bir waste, onlcss yu moat a bare onto tbo rode, ana - men ya air knot1ownd tu take yare aim awa,j.ttaz pane az the bare gits ta flee buy. - Whip." Ta. -nre rite-, Wales liv too a long 8je, ive knouo tl.era uu-e- elf to liv 1000 veers, an knot " huff trye, pu air rite awiao, bout tbare bean shoorfuttid, ive knooa them tu kieJi. n.BQ-.twislo iun 1 eekund, 10 fjat opK - . - ' , ' "Gertrude."--Yure inkulry" stump3 me, the dardesf, the mor i think ODto ittbe mor i kant tell, az noes az i kic rekoJekncn j tbiak i dont no, much , raite bee ced bowth weighs, an knea- tber wa- boo rile, - uppon iiie hole, i rather rekon i wood, or i wuddent, jest ez i tboat beste or utberyie. . "PLutark." Tare, inist...

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 March 1864

ry w'i A. A VOL. 48. NO. 32. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1864. WHOLE NO 2 I. .1 2i . ' Business directory. s. . irooi, c . ADiua. wm. (itual. . HirueoD.inAxsd ritf.zel. Western Reserve CuKoxici.K. EMNHB BLOCX. MARKET ST. " -. MANUFACTURERS. J IXESOX H IIEEUR, Mauf:?ureTS of Stoves, Plows, Cestings.Tiitware Move furniture. Mot, ripe, Ac. o. Aisrket fctxoet, n arreu. U. April -V. u. CRANAGE A 6ILXOKE. Vanalketurer arid Deal era in Boot. Shoes. R u libers, A a. Also Iealr in Leather, FindingaJLasu. o Aaartet atreet, n arren, Ubio. , K- aTLL. W. S. MEDBriT. ji. iirLL to.. .Manufacturer of ImproTed Steam Engines. Iron . v ut Bran Founders aud Miilwrir'nta, Franklin T Toandry, Corner of Liberty and Booth Street. - w arren, uhio. :. u ALEXAXDEB XeCOKKELL, Jtenufaeturer and Dealer in Boots, Shoos, Leather ana inawgs, sain ctreet, n arren. umo. E. II. AXXISOX, Asanutacturar and Aleaier in Baddies. Uarnwses, Bridles, MarUngalea, Trunks, nips, Buffalo and Fiacr Robes, H...

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 March 1864

THE CHRONICLE. rirlWARllEN.O..,. -na jrcsnAT. march so, is. Union National Convention. ' Tae TJni'ra National Commute met at Washing tOT on tb 22i riav of February, and u called to order by Hon. Edwrn DrMoremi, of New York. , The Hon. Euwaid KePherson. of Pennsylvania. wm elected Sere'arr of tne Comraitte in place of ban. orgc G. rove;, 01 sew jtampsaire, who is ' )eit from tho eoautry. .' L poo .a consultation a eILra9 unanimously Adopted fjr a National Convention, iataefoUow ' Vr term : ' fa undersigned, who by original appointment . or sabsequent detention to fill tiofnet. eo!i- tiite the Executive Committee ere&ted hw the K- tiooal Convention, held at Chieaco oo the 16th of jiay, ifc"J. do Hereby call upoo all qualified voters who desire the unconditional maintenance of the un:cn. the supremacy of the Constiation. and the s (tampions suppression of the rebellion with the cause . tnereol, by vigorous war and a J apt and efficient J aeani. to tend delegates to a Convention to ...

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