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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 30 March 1864

estenf Reserve Chronicle. . Hir ( AaVprtintaK rTwelvelineaA:u..ueUoBiav.a.'r.iuake , ; m - am i i am iy l- "I"" I l.i g W i 2. H; t,U ,.w i j xyj ,, lu : ;:!-: -r? .-r-i-.z-r-v: Serl'uG l eeiaua 6.un i S,ou lu.Oui'a',0? i i'-.i"' i Advertisements iuu under nvetract, biuhI l mark ed the tenrtB of time desired, or liiey will be continued end charred fr until ontard ut. Special Satin, and extra div.lnye.1 tnvurti.una, 50 per eom tnt.ru. Dfths ead MarriBre iiiiurt.l trulls hut wbituary Notioe rbunre-l hulf .ri-e. Transient AdvertWiuent. to b j..id tor ntMribl in advam-a. C 1 A A .: 71' 1 . 1 I . . . f,;.. a early Htvnimt n ill ui cuw.c.. iu in . i'i. aoluuoo and othe Notion. tiM naiirM with BjLT, , i. .... ier yean each addiuoual Hue. 7i vt JOB riM'TIM. -' Bavin recently made tarre audinu oi tre latest ttty le of type, to out itsortmeut uf .1 r- PantiAX material, we arc prei.ati1 to execute - the beat mnnert tbo dierci varirria of ruin a iaaoy i imom SUCH AS fddreae Cards, CeriifleMea. ...

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 March 1864

Anecdote. la th days of '"old Mycall, V "pablisher of- tli'o ,Xewbary port -Uerald,(ft Joaracl - still alive and floupishintj,) tho sheriff of old Essex, Philip Baglj, h&.i teen asko-l iereral times to pay op his srrcar . of abucription. At Ian te told Mycall that ho would certainly "hand over" tho next morninj as sura a, he lived. you don t get your money to- lpn ow yoa may be 6ure I am dead." aid he The morrow camo and passed, but o. money. Judge of the sheriff's elings when, on the morning of the jay alter, he f.peued his ITerald and aw announced the lamented decease of Philip Bagly. Esq., High Sheriff of de county ot Essex, with an obituary lotice attached, giving the deceased Vedit for a good many excellent raits of -character, but adding that ehad one fault very much to be de plored ; he was was not punctual io paying the printer. ' ...Bglyi- without waiting for his ( V breakiust, started for the Herald Of ; . fee. On the way i struck him as sin - . gular that none of the ...

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. — 6 April 1864

WARREN, TKUMlttTLL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1864. WHOLE NO. 2479. VOL. 48, 33. BU3INES?piRECTORY. .BM.V)t C. AtHS, " Uttt. nAPWli- Rrrrzri, Western Ukseuve U ituoxicle BLOCK. MAK-ET ST. WWlenw.To'" v'ox?irrfiff. -.. e-c iJe."V MtfUTACTTJ REUS. of Rtoves, nw, Cat"n.Tir)ere lir f urnimr e. Store Pipe. e. Xo. 5, Market CRASACS A -IXMOKE. uaibmmnuj Sealers'- Boota, Show. R'jlWs. CO. Alto leelera Leather, i'injinf jLt. Market Street, W arren, Uiiio. BCU.. W. 11. HCLt ft. (1BCST. CO., H asujaat -erf of Improved Steam Enj1r.ee, Iron i 4 Brass loanders and Mi trrirh , Franklin f oandxy. Corner of Liberty end South Street", Warren. Cbio. ALEIADB McfOSMtL, Jt aafaetarer ami Dealer la Bunts, Shoe. LeAtlier and Findine, ilaio btreet. "rt arren. Oiiio. . M. ALLMOX, At tiHifs-turcr and Dealer in Saddles, iimwttf, brulies, Martingalee. Trunk. V hips. Buffalo end ' Taney Robes, llorte-Blenke, Cover. r'iv-Nets, Ae So 17. west aide-of Main street. Warren. 0. WILUAX TAYLOR. Maaartearrar of Sa...

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. — 6 April 1864

THE CHRONICLE. WARREN, O. KEOTISDAT, APRIL ISM. New Militia Law. - TLe HflAt-foot" and "corn-stalk" 3111 jfja system inaugurated in Ohio last year with so much prkle, pomp and circura ttance,' has been decided a nuisance by tlie Legislature, and is already numbered among the things that were. In surprise at its sadden extinguishment, it might well exclaim : " " , . "Since I am to toon done for, . Wonder what I wit begun for ?" I Hat the fate of the Militia Law of 1863, is LUastrat'iTe of the theory and practice of State Legislation, the rule being that whit one session builds up, ita succes sor feels in duty bound to tear down or render useless. We do not believe that it is the true policy for a State to ignore the importance of an organized, trained, drilled and aa-uniformed militia. The law of 18G3 was yery imperfect in some par ticulars, and a system organied under tbat law could not be expected to suc ceed. . The new law is entitled an "Act to or ganize and discipline the militi...

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. — 6 April 1864

Western-Reserve Chronicle. ssvu r.A4tcrtUInc, "" Twelve lines equaJ to one inch in space, make square. " s lw lw l I I em lj r ljaara $ ,50 1 $1,00 j Lao $ jj.) I jjp 7,00 z&iuaree 1,00 1 2,001 5.001 S.OOI liOO ISonaroa 1.50 8,(0) 6,00 1 7.001 10,001 16.00 t colnmn 2.50 ,00 1 ScojumB 4,001 700 1 6.06 1 8.00 1 JiOO 20.00 ,00 liOO! 30.001 35.00 ljgjunin 6.0U 9.001 12.001 20.001 35,001 eVI.O Advertisements nol under contract, most be mark ed the length of time deired. or the? will be ontinued and charged fur antil ordered ouL special Notice, and extra displayed AdvertUe menta, 50 per cent more. Deaths and MarriaKee inserted gratis bat Obituary Notices charged half price. Transient Advertisement to He paid for jnvariaUy advance. early Advertisers will be chanted extra for Dis solution and other Notices, ut connected wilb their regular basinets. Huxinea Cards, not exceedine 3 lines. $1.00 a line per yean each additional line. 75 lent. J B PKIXTl.td Having recently made large aadiuoua...

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. — 6 April 1864

A WOMAN'S QUESTION. Before I trust my Fate to the . f nrriseersy nTi ia mine,' a Eetvt I 1st thy i'eUire iiv Color and form te tmn ' if':. . : 0IO1 Before I peril all for thee. e.ueetion thy soul to-ugut tor me. I break all slighter bonds, cor feel A shadow of rexrfet s ; - ' " Is there one link witbiafiie Fast t - - . - '- - That hold thy spirit vett Or ia thy -faith a clear and fraa aa that waiea I eaa pledge te tuee, teef there witHn thy diuunist dreami . A possible 'uture suine. ... W herein tbv life ooald henoefarth breathe. tjntouohed. unshared by mine ? If ao. a any pais or cost, oh. tail ma beibra ail is lost. t 11 deopontm. XTtbev eaatt faal. c v Wilkin thy inmost goal, That taou hast kept a portion b&A. ' ' While I hare staked the whole; Let do false city spare the blow, bat In true "."! -many-tell rat so. i . i -- -. i.' t " " " : : . I tasr within thy heart a need. " . That mine cannot fol nil One chord that any other hend Could better wake or still T , , . f fijraak...

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. — 13 April 1864

KONICLE VOL. 48, xo. :u WARREN. TUUMRULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, APK1L 13, 1864. WHOLE NO. 2480. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . . hapqoob. r. v. rns, w. hitizfl. . H1N90H, tDtK BITCIEL, rrsLisRCts r Western Reseevf. Chronicle. EMPIRE BLOCK. MARKET ST. 4f ftrlvw. rain of suiWf tciiu. see !. "So MANUFACTURERS. V auotaoturer of SiovevPlnwa. Castiairs.Tiiiwsre stove uruiture, MOT I'ipe.Ae. Io. o, Market Street. H uraa, ; , April 21, VI. CKAKASE A sMJJCORE. Manufacturersaiid Dealersin Boots, Race. Rubber. Ae. ALw Dealers in Leather, ixnciinr. JLsu. 4c, Aaarket Street, W nrren, Oliio. 7. a. nil. - .. i . a DIT. W. H- HflL CO.. Jtannraatnrors of Improved Steam Rnrit.Be, Iron ' and Lraas Founder aud Millwright. Franklin t oanary, Coraor-of Aaitorry and south Streets, W arreu. Cnio. : . - v' " ' ' ' - AUXABiDEK XcCOXXELE, ttaBn&etaraf and Dealer is Boota, Si boa. Leather and finding. Main street, n arren, Ohio. - E. II. AIXISOX, Jianuracturer and Dealer ia Saddle, Harnesses, ana Mil. LI AX T4TLO...

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. — 13 April 1864

THE CHRONICLE. ' WARREN, O. WEDNESDAY, APRIL IS, 164. Union National Convention. The Union National Committee mot at Washing ton on the 22d dav of February. Bad wss railed to orier by Hon. Edwin V. Morgan, of New i orlt. Thfl Hon. Edward McPherson, of Pennsylvania, was elected Secretary of to Committee in pla-- of Hon. George (i. Fosg. of New Hami-hiro, who u ataent from the enuotry. . , Upon a eo-sultation a call was -namro-usly adopted for a National Convention, in tiiefullow- 'heandersifrned, who by crisinal anpointment or subsequent desirnation to CU vacancies oou-li-tuteibe Execotive Committee created by the Na tional Convention, held at Chicago on the 16ih of May, ISA), do hereby eall apon all qualified Totra who desire the unconditional maintenance of the Cniou, the supremacy of the Constintion. and the complete suppression of the rebellion with theeanse thereof, by vigorous war and all apt and efficient means, to send delegetes to a Convention to assem ble at Baltimore, ea 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. — 13 April 1864

Western" Reserve Chronicle. Itavtea of AdTertialag.. 4r Twelve lute equal to an inch, la pce. make baaarn.- lw lw Iw I 8m lyr 1 Square j I 1.0M L6tl 1501$ 4,00 I $ 7.0V Square LOp , tW ) 3,au &.00 8,001 12.00 Squares 1,50 1 3.00 1 5,00 1 7.00 1 10.00 1 16.00 V column 8.M J.08 1 6.09 1 8.001 12.00 l,00 Htolimn 4.00 1 7.00 1 8.001 12.00 80.00 1 SM 1 aolumn 6.00 9.001 12.001 2U.00 35.00 1 60.0 Advertisements not seder contract, unit b mark ed the length of tiui dvtml, or they will be continued and chergejd for until ordered oat. S Pacini Notices, and extra displayed Advertise ments, 60 per cent mora. Deaths and Marriages inserted gratis bat Obituary Notice charred half price. Transient Advertisement to ba paid for invariably Taariy Advertises will ba charged extra for Dis aolntiou and other Notices, ut connected with tbair reralar business. - Z Rauiuaaa Cards, not cxeaadinc lines, $1.00 a Una par year; each additional line. 75 jenta. Bavin reoeetly mada large auditions of the lates...

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. — 13 April 1864

A CONTRABAND SONG. Th followiatrr lyrie if th farorita Creedem-' one of th Mississippi contrabands. Its ebiutv and enthusiasm are great, and. amour the ong of H kind, it has no superior. A weU known anti alarery ceutlemao of Philadelphia, presented ttto th reader of tie iV.3eTiaiitrpfcontrbad genius: OLD SHADY. I. SOh! ra,ya drkielat!jrVwitBiT l;""' or d whit folk ay old Shady free I i; ' ont yon tea dnt do Jubilee . , r c I eouuB,' eomin' , Hail mighty daw CHORUS. T away. im away tfbT leant stay any lonrer. Harms., hurrah 1 for I cm coins home, Itepenl. CHORUS. II. Mama rot eared, and o did hii lady I Di ebile broke for ole Cnol A by ; Opes de gate ont I here' old Shady Comin', eomin 'I Hail, mighty dayl III. Oood-bTe, Mama Jeff) rood -bee, -fisuj Stereo Seuae dia nigrar for taking hii tearing. Tipee, pretty soon you'll aee Uncle Abram'i . - '-': i ' Conua', oomia'I Ball, mighty day! t CntitcS .Repeat. ------ IV. Joed-bye. hard work, and never any pi ay Uuxtayi naiiwom-troM anna do...

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. — 20 April 1864

Reserve e W---? -s VOL. 48, NO. WARDEN, TIMJMIU'LI. COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1864. WHOLE NO. 2481. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. S. . HAPOOOD. C. A. Bm. M. BITKZLI.. HAPtJOUIt, ADAMS A K1I KZRI, PTTRLI0HKR8 fl Western Reserve Chrxiclk EMPIRK BLOCK. MARKET ST. SsffWliirw.y-ofc of uieriiwii. ., re MANUFACTURERS." JAMFSOX A YVIItlLEK, Xauafaeturers of Stoves, Plow , Catting .Tinware Move f nraitar. Stove Pipe, Ac No. f. Market ttreet. Warron, 0. April L'y. 'tio. CK1X1GE &GILXORE. Manufacturers and Dealer in Boots, Show. Rubbers, Ac Also Dealers in Leather, Fin dingfJLasts. Ac., Market Street, Warren. Ohio. - W. - HVLU 8. M KOHCRY. - w. n. in 1.1. co.. . Manufacturers of Improved Steam Kutriiim. Trim and lirass Founders and Millwright, Franklin Foundry, Comer of Liberty and South Streets, i n arren. unio. " f ' lLEXAXBEU ctttjr.l.U Manufacturer and Dealer in Boot, Shoes, Leather ana r innings. Main btreeu arren, Ohio. E. B. ALEISOX, Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddles, Usrnesses, Bri...

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. — 20 April 1864

THE CHRONICLE. WAItllEN. O. rxnxEsiA v, Avmx. to, ise Union National Convention. The Union Jfstional Committe met t Wasbfng tei on the 22d d.v of February, and was ealled rler by Hon. Elwin D. Morgan, of Vew York.. Ths Hob. F.uward WcPheraoo. of Pennsylvania, v elected Seere'ary of tbe Committee in plMof Hon. (kom (i. Vozc. of Kew Hampshire, who absent froi the eountrr. Upon consultation a eall wii nnammsnsly adopted for s National Convention, is the follow Jar terms : , ... Toe i-D'lmpl, who or original appointment r ubenent designation to fill vacancies, eon'li tute tbe Executive Committee created by tneNa-titn-l Onivention. held at Cbieazo on the loth May. &). do bereyeuli opon ail qualified voters Ho desire th unconditional maintenance of the Union, th supremacy of the Constiution. and (be omplete sappreawkin of the rebellion withtbecsus uereei, ov vigorous war ana an apt ana emoient neasa to send delegeta to a Convention to aaeeui We at Baltimore, a TUESDAY, ths 7th Day of ...

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. — 20 April 1864

Western Reserve Chronicle. - stastet r Am-tliava. - V, , : . , i. Iw I Sw I w I arm Iw ly r I buuare ,50 $i,Q9 1 j 1SQ $ 2.SQ I COO 1 $ 7.00 aSqearw l.ljp 2.0i) 3.-OI 6.O0I S.OO I 12.00 Square US0 8.001 &,0U 7.001 10.00! 16,00 Weoluma 2.50) 4.001 u,u 8.00 1 13.00 1 20.00 -aluma 00 I 7.001 8.00 1 12.00 I 20.00 I 8.00 t column 6.00 S.00 1100 30,00 I 55.00 t ".0 Advertisements not nadir contract, must be mark d th lcna-th. of tima desired, or they will ba ewatiaued end charred for until ordarad ant. Spec! Notice, and aztra displayed Advert -gents, SO par sent mora. Death and Marriages inserted gratia But Obituary Xotieee charged half erica. Transient Advertisements to We paid for mvexiahly la kjuuw. X early Advrti-n will ba oharged aztra for Dis- aolaBAB and otner Natioee.net oonneoled with Ilka1 - rerulnr hwaineea. Kar'ataM Cards, But xoeedini 3 line. J1.00 a lint pr reA each additional Una, 7ft ."enu. JOB rilXTIJB ' Having recently mad large audition of tba Merest styles ef type,...

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. — 20 April 1864

LOT SKINNER'S ELEGY. Lot Skinner wat the meanest man That ever tared his neck ; He grudged the very breath-he drew. yy eJf it were a. cheaue. ; ' . . w Tbaa be waain the rrtxwr Hno, And turning fruit to gold. He'd bite a raisin straight in halve To make the weight he told. Day in and oat tbroairh beat and old, . For thirty lean or more. He well observed the eopper-ttieau .. And-omethu:g bleated hit (tore. He never gaTe a dime away, He nerer loet a pin A ninepenoe saved rejoiced him more Than taking ninepence in. Of counterfeited billa he vied The beet of every kind, Which in the way of trade be kept -. Xo swap of ea the Wind.- - r a'balr warn roond his coonter't edge And raited a feeble cry, Don t ancak to lend,1 the rogue exclaimed. FrIamalwajaieU." " "g Httle things thai make a pile" - a V nixun he eould trust.) --. bo when be tawed his pile of wood, lie always tared the dust. 4 " Ha bad but one book in tb a bouts, tAnd that he never read ! Twas called "Economy of Life" And did hi...

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. — 27 April 1864

Western Her VOL. 48, NO. 36. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1864. WHOLE NO. 2482. -t '. s fcK t- 4 1S-J . . t - . . . . BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . . aaroooD. p. a. adims. n. nrun. gAvESTERN Reserve Chronicle. "mi SMITHS BLOCK. MARKET ST. N ttrmm- a&atrtimt. V ere i -. "V in ad. Yearly sol' MAITDTACTTJRERS. JAXESOJT WHEELER, R mractur.rs oi Biovee, flows. t-amngs. Tin wars " SuT.Farnitnra.Stov. Pipe, Ac. No. S, Market , Street. Wtttw. 0. April 29. '63. - CSASAfil A OILXOBE. Manaikrtnrers and Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Ao, Also Heelers in lather, FindingsJLasts. Ac ; y Mirk at Street. Wmtm, Ohio. W. . BULL. ' a, 1IED.CIT. W. H. HI LL CO., MaaofiMturan of Improved Steam Engine. Iron and Brass Founders sod Millwrirots, Franklin ---- Foandry, Corner of Liberty uj South Streets, - W arrea, Ohio. ILEXAXULB X(OX.ELL, Manufacturer and Dealer In Boots, Shoe. Leather and Findings. Main Street. Warren, Ohio. E. H. ALL1.HOX, Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddles, Tiara cu...

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. — 27 April 1864

THE CHRONICLE.! WARItKN, O. WEOSESBAT, APRIL 87, 1MS4. r i . ! Who Are the Miscegenationists? IstsI - The Copperhead press, vrith its usual de pravity and recklessness is constantly in dulging in lying insinuations against th Union party, as favoring the inter-marriage of whites and black. We have be fore Btaied and proven that the party claiming the name of Democratic, con tained among its numbers tenfold more practical amalgamationiets than could be found in the States in all other parties. It b the cry of "stop their with them, to divert the searching eye of public criticism from their own numberless de linquencies.. A few figures from official ourcea will show how inconsistent and hameless is copperhead pretention to be ing opposed to miscegenation. Accord ing to the census of 13G0, there were in the United States 5S3.352 muLUtoes.--Of these there were in those States that went for the Democrats in I860, the num ber of 518,383; while in those States that cast their electoral vot...

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. — 27 April 1864

i Western Reserve Chronicle. Kate mi AilfrtMn, Iwelve Laei twual to nt inch iu uwa, ui&kt a square. in l:iv j tin j iH !jim J Ijr riurel,Qf. j 3,'tf j a.tv j 3 &tuara 1.50 1 1 8. till fst 7,001 R.0U 12.0C 1C.iB 16.00 !4 column . . S column 2.5t) 4.001 4.00 7.M 6.'l 8.001 12.00 1 1A00X 26.001 20.00 S5.00 1 column 6.00 1 9.001 12.ni ao.oo 35,00 1 60.0 Advertisements not order contract. must be mark ed the length of time desired, or the? will be " continued and chanted for until ordered out. SpMial Notices, and extra, displayed Advertise- menu, au per cent more. Deaths and Marriages inserted gratis bat Obituary Notice ArtAemul halt i.r Transient Advertisement to be paid for invariably in advance. T early Advertisers will be charged extra for Dis solution and other Notice, net eonneeted with their nruiar b,nine. Btuiues Cards, not exceeding; S lines, $1,00 a line per year; eack additional line. .3 mu. JOB fRISTIXO Having recently made large aaditions of the latest tyles ef type,...

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. — 27 April 1864

ONLY A LOCK OF HAIR. IT JJOpIy locfc of heir, tied irith a silken string! ' ' t .YSruU,kept f?r lllt a miser's pile of gold Little to triM in thV-r,;..-r... -v. : 1 . . T : Hat fur a darling head loos lost in thedays of olii Only f ""r-f Ah. Well, it were better to Tw. mi'.ii,tlf ",'?fe T lh PoUrTi Band T.nan wit the light of her lave down in the dark- iini grave, i-onely to wander around a desolate, weary land. Only a look othait. kiss- l . . Vet something to look at and Something' to "keep tn mini what urer can be bonmhioc to tell M day unshadowed by anguish -meib.ing to trinf aift thoughts to a saddened ' and dreary brain. Anecdotes of a Quack. . Br the vrav. if rnn sra nnt (iMi1 T wubo peopio. a goniiem&n went to r,,Tone f these flaming advertisers, and vrJpreteoded iiel wanted "advice. He Bad a alight trouble io one of his '"'-eara. - - .."Ah, the . ear,", aaid . the . doctor, Tcu 3 noticing that his eyes vrere aH tight. ily friend presented the well ear. r i ... , ,MAh, ye...

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 May 1864

ERN t 1 s VOL. 48, NO. 37. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY. MAY 4, 1864. WHOLE NO. 2483- BUSINESS DIRECTORY. .. . iArooe. n. a. itiu, ww. eitiiei.. HArOOOn. ADAMS t R1TCXEL. pccLisncM or WESTERN RESERVE CHRONICLE. IMTUI BLOOE, MAXXXT ST. CMWlm. rote af euievrtwuie. e ees iimJ'.'M MAITUrACTTTRERS. . nXUOSAWUEELEK, Manufacturers of Stove. Plows, Catings.Tmware tiove Furniture, Sot Pipe, Ac. No. 5, Market mv, arren. u. April . us. CliUfAfiE A CIUIOIE. Manufacturers and Dealers in Boot. 81ms, Rubbers, Ac. Alw Dealers ia Leather, FindingsjLasts. Auv. Market street, arren. Uaio. v. a. BVU 8. MDsrr. W. It. HILL CO.. Manufacturers of Improved Steam Engines, Iron and Bras Pounder and Millwright, Franklin f oundry. Corner of Liberty and South. Streets, arren. uluo. ' ' 'ALEXA5DEB McCOS" JTE1.L, ataauGtetarer and Dealer in Boots. Shoes. Leather and F indues, Alain street, n arren. Uaio. Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddle. H amuses. Jbidles, Martingale. Trunks, Whip. Btitt.lo and ?eae? ...

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 May 1864

THE CHRONICLE. t J. WAKllEN, O. , WESSESDAT,. MAT 4, 1ML Union District Convention. The qualified voters of the Counties of Ashtabula, ' Geauga," Hahoning. Portage and Tnimbull, comprising the 19ih Con- fTessional District of the Mate of Ohio. "Who desrire the the unconditional "maintenance of the Union, the suprem acy or tne constitution, ana the com "plete suppression of the existing rebel "lion, with the cause thereof, by rigorous "war, and all apt and sufficient means." are invited to select delegates in such manner, and - at sach time as may be designated by the Union Cen tral Committee of each of said Coun ties, to meet t "Webb's Hall, in the Vil lage of "Warren, on Tnurgrr,tbe 19th of May, 1S64, at 11. o'clock, A. JI, to select two dele gates, and two alternates, to represent aid District in the National Union Con vention, called to meet at Baltimore, on the 7th oar of June, next, to nominate candidates for President and Vice Presi dent of the United States. Each Countv under...

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