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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 4 May 1864

Western Reserve Chronica. Renew wf A1 vet-titling. Twelve tine envoi m ue inch in suae, make Sic ere. lw aw ear l m turn lyr lSiuare $ ,50 $i,t.j $ ij $ 2.; 1 $ 100 t t Square, l,Ub a,nj o,a0 1 8,001 K.001 12.U6 Square 1,501 l 6.00 1 7.001 10.00 j lg.00 K column 20 1 4,00 1 6,0 8.0)1 UW I 2CMX) H column 4.001 7,W 9.0U 12.001 20.00 1 35.00 1 column 6.00 9.00 12.0U j 20.0? S5.00 1 60.0 Advertisements not nnder contract, must be mark' ed the length of time desired, or they will b continued ud charged for until ordered eat. special Notioes, end extra, displayed Adrertiae- tnenta, 50 per cent more. Death and Marriage inserted gratia bat Obituary AOtieea ehare-e.i hJf lirif?.- Transient Advertiacuient to )e paid for invariably in advance. Yearly Advertisers wilt be ehrgd extra for Dis solution and other Notices. -' eonneeted with their veraler Vi:mi rmui. Puainess Cards, not exceeding 3 line. $1,09 a Use per yean ah additional line. 75 jerits. JOB PBISTISO Having recently made lam aaditio...

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. — 4 May 1864

An Editor's Joke. la the days of old Mrc&ll, the pub lisher of the Newburyport- Herald (a jotjjBsJ fetttl eftrtr tad. -flourishing the sheriff ei lJ-saex, Ph?Ji Eaglyad been asked several times .to pay np Lib arrears of subscription. At last he told Mycall that he would ccrU ly "hand over" the next morning aB aore as'he lived.--if yoa don't get your naoney to-mono v you may be. sure I aia deJ'id lie. Tuo morrow cam 3 and passed bat no money. Jadne of the Sheriffs feelings when, on the the morning of tho day after, h: open ed his uiial d and saw announced, the 1 i-iictedueceaae 01 Philip Bagiy, Fwj. iligh SLeriJof the county 01 Easox, with an obituary notice attached giv ing .tiiii iUcea-ned . credit for a good n:t.ty. exccilont trsit of character, but adding ltt he had one fault very mud to be- deplored,, he vrao, ot punctual in p--: the printer Bagiy, without waiting for his breakfast, sUrloU for tho Iloraid Office On the way it etruoV hiia es 6ir.gular that none of the irny fr...

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. — 11 May 1864

WHOLE NO. 24841 VOL. 48, NO. 88. WARREN. TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 18G4. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 8. . HArsnon, r. . asams. . bitfiki.. HAPUOon. ADAXN RITEZF.I- FCBtisaiics or V esters , Reserve Chronicle. EKFQUB BLOCK. MAKKXT ST. MAJTCTFACTIJRERS. JHI'.SOX A WHEELER. snafacturers nf Stores, Plows. Castings, Tinware Stove Fprniture.Stove Jr i Ae. No. 5, Market Street, Warren. 0. . -April 29. "tvl. fRtSAGEtCILXOBE. -Manuiarturert aud Dealers in Biota, Shoes, Rubbers, Ao. Also Dealer? in Leather, FindingsjLas t. Ac. Market Street, Warren. Ohio. BTLt.. W. II. HTLL 8. -cDitrar. CO.. Mitiiurticuirers of Improved Steam Engines, Jrua and Bran Founders a;d Millwrights, Franklin Foundry,- Coruar of Liberty and South Streets, H arren, Ohio. ALEXANDEB MfCO.EI.I, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots. Shoes, Leather and findings. Main btreeu n arren. Obio. E. II. ALI.ISOX, Manufacturer and Uealer tn baddies, HHrriswes, Hsrt) Brralea, Msrtuig-lea. Irunks, V hips, Buffalo and Fancy Robe. Uo...

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. — 11 May 1864

, TOE OTRONICLE. WAllHEN, O. ; W EMK AT, TliX i V .. r- Union District Convention. The qunlifitHl vntsrs of the Counties of AslitaJiula; Wu!, Mahoning.- Tortage ami TrumltuU,- caiupruiag the 19lh Gon grssiorm( ' Disli iVf of t1i State of Ohio. "Who lrirfr Mht the unconditional 'tninlnnnro of the Union, the auprem ".vy of the Comtitntinn, arttl the com jilte Kupprssion of the exiKting rebel lion, with the we tWr-of, Ity vi'orou war, and 'all ajit nivl fntftinietit nifmna," are invito! To nelcct detetrtea in 8u-h m inner, anil alv' anch time ' aa may l driiiniit-wl " hv the Union Ceii tral CtsHtniCt of" Vault of said Conn tie, to meet at, Wehh' Hall, jn the Vil lajeflf WWu.ni v. Union District Convention. Thursday, the 19th of May, 1864. at 11 iV1K'k. AM. to select two dele gat-s. ami tuo nlternttlett, io reire-ent oxil I list rid in tlif National Union Con vent ion, calimi u meet, at B.Jtimnre, on the Tlh iy of .Tune. next, to nominate o.ttHli!iite for President and Vice Presi dent ....

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. — 11 May 1864

Western, Reserve - Chronicle. - rT f "rITe "" e-iuaj loOne inch ia i-aee. make '1 Sw j Sim j m l) r 1 Sonar yo j $1,00 S ln 1 1 3.5Q I $ $ 7U, Ssmres l.Soj' I V.00 l" " lO.OO 16,00 -teolumn 2,."W 4,(10 ) S column 4.00 j T.uuf JM 8,00, liOul . .".f) f lzoul 30,s) 35.01 l eeluinn MO) 9,00 1 li,(Hij aiyM S5.0UI oO.O A-dvertiaen MU tMl llula MiHtHat SUMS La I "1 the length of time desired, or they will be ""iiajin ana cnanmt tor and ordered ouU special ftotioea, ud axtra displayed Adrerti- i rr cent Mora. latas and Marri&re inserted grafts but Obituary Iiiotiee rhwynl half .ri-. Transient Adtortuwuuents t ha paid f"T KftriaM; la ad vane. aarly Advertiser will be eharyad extra for Dis solution and otber ores, tint with their reirular businevi. Raaiaeaa Cards not exceeding 3 line. &1.PH a line ear Tear; eaeb additional line. ".. au Local Xotices. Terms of th Chronicle, $1,50 invaria bly in svlvanc. " Xo deviation from thU rule. .;"; Tbe Hew Ten Forty Bond. Messrs. T. J. McLain i S...

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 May 1864

Wawrino floRsts. The quantity weu as quality 01 we water given a hone will rreatlv affect hia condi tion. Perhaps no animal is more dis tressed by thirst than the horse, & fact not generally knewn, or if known not generally appreciated. Horses should be watered regularly, when not at work as well as when at work, pro Tided, in the latter case that care is taken not to let him hare it when overheated by work. Irregularity in the supply of water is often followed by a refusal to partake of solid food. and more frequently by colic and foun der, in consequence oi bis drinking morainaieiy - wnen an opportunity offers. For horses, when they are not at worKj it la perfectly safe to keep a supply of pure water always within their reach ; but as before remarked, there is some danger in this plan when they are worked or driven, and are likely to become overheated. Tbere is a very certain way of de termining when a horse has been neg lected. If the master, on entering the stable and liftin...

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 May 1864

r 1 ReseMe WARREN. TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY. MAY 18, 18G4. WHOLE NO. 2485. VOL. 48, NO. 39. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. a. s. iirooon. c a. mine. . bstesii.. HiKOOD, ADAMS RITEZEL, . t rCaLISHIltS OF Western Reserve Chronicle. -- - EMPIRE BLOCK. MAWtt ST. w"ornn. ralM advertising, Jre ses iude.Vi MANUFACTURERS. I1KEMS AWHEELER, If aaufeoturers ef Store. Plows. Castings.Tinware Mot. urniture, MOT. rip,to. Ao. o. Mark. Street, Warren. 0. April 29, '63. ckabTaqe a cilmore. Huabedmnud Dealer? in Boota, Phoes, Rubbers, . Ae. A Wo Dealers in Leather, r'indingsJLasu, Ao Market btreet. w arren. Ohio. HULL. VT. It. HILL B. UIDBIKT. CO.. Manufacturers of Improred Steam Engine. Iron ami Bras Founders and Millwrights, Franklin Foundry. Corner f Liberty and South Streets, w arren. umo. ALEX1KDEB IhCOXIiELL, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boota, Shoes, Leather . aaa f inawga, Main otreet. n arren. onio. : : . . . E. II. ALLUON, Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddles. Harnesses. Bridles, Martingales. Trun...

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 May 1864

THE CHRONICLE. WARIIEN, O. WEDTESDAT. MAT IB, 1864. Union District Convention. The qualified voters of the. Counties of Ashtabula. Geauga. Mahoning. Portage and Trumbull, comprising the 19lb Con gressional District of the Stat of Ohio. "Who desrire the the unconditional "maintenance of the Union, the suprem acy of the Constitution, and the com- plete suppression of the exiatinit rebel lion, with the cause thereof, by rigorous "war. ana all apt and authcieut means," re invited to select delegates in such manner, and at such time as may be designated by the Union Cen tral Committee of each of said Coun ties, to meet at Webb's Hall, in the Vil lage of Warren, on Thursday, the 19th of May, 1864. at 1 1 o'clock, A. SI., to select two dele gates, and two alternates, to represeut said District in the National Union Con vention, called to meet at Baltimore, on the 7th day of June, next, to nominate candidates for President and Vice Presi dent of the United States. Eich County under the appo...

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 May 1864

Western Reserve t(aii?$. Twelve Udm equal te inch in apeoe, make sonar. lwl Utw ana I lyi 1 Squares g,V tOOl 4.081 ft.50 1 14.00 SjSquaro 2,00 1 S.25 I .00 t 8.00 1 18,00 koolamn 3.001 6.00 7.WI 16.001 15.00 1 22.00 H column 5.50 1 8,001 10.001 15.001 Zb.Jij 40.00 t column 8.00 1 12.00 1 15.001 5.00 1 40.00 1 70.00 Advertisement not uder contract, must be nut ed the length of time desired, or they will E?i I ana eurfw lor until orao pl aces, and ntn displayed AdvuSti rmr cent mom. " Death and Marriages inserted gratia bat Obituary Notice charred half Drite. Traasient Advertisements to b paid for invariably in edvane. Yearly Advertiser will b charred extra for Pls- aoluuon end other Aotioee, net connected witn Business Cards, not exceeding 3 lines, $1,00 a line per yean each addiuonal una, 7 J jenta. JOB rRIITIIfl Having recently made large addition ef the In an tyle ef type, to oar assortment of Job Printiec material, we are prepared to execute in the beet manner, the lAerent eaneti...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 18 May 1864

Great TVIetropoUaii u COMBINATION! THAYER & rJOYESr." UHTEED STATES CIKCUS, VAN A M BURGH & CO'S MAMMOTH MENAGERIE aso Egyptian Caravan, Combine! for tL Season fli, viihOtMprievofAd- OU. The Wonders of Animated' Nature Consoudated aith io only LEGITIMATE CIRCUS Fwr OixantzAil .Mohal, and Kltinkd Annnm. Pre-eminent Ea,stHa,t, A(---t, Cyrtnnatt. jMten, Cort, Con ion ion it. i'quilirrii aii fUnrU Per formers jiit-ittii;! Mu-1 of 1 Kittu lIoiihaCK, PoKin n4 Trick .Mi-xi-Masritni-vnt t 'Mi-iiii of Livrvc Lion. Tioi, LsopAuns. Bkn. Iiv.. WoLvtt, Mokexti, Apes. Rarooxs innw of aU ku.tU.aad kizec, ke a rij by the -Great Van Amburh Himself; Will Exhibit at Warren, Friday, Ivlay 20th, 1864. Afternoon & Evening, at2 &7 p m Admission - 50 Cts. ZrmChiklien under 12 - 25. Ihe MAMMOTH WAR ELEPHANT HANNIBAL, The Largest Animal in Uk- .-Hd( nei-hinj Marly LI.OJO 1'iMinu S, A. TJk f I K. uc : iiii'jpoi'oT .f 'jtr v s , Of tlie Xcw WorlJ, t.Te Only One on Eihihition. A WHITE POLAR BEAR...

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 May 1864

i: :T ! A- V t VOL! 48, NO. 40. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1864. WHOLE NO. 248G .KESEt.; ve BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . W. BAFOOOO. " C A. ADAMS. WK. IITUIL HAPtiOOD, ARAMS RITEZEL, x '" tctblisheu or Western Reserve Chronicle. r EMPIKI BLOCK. MASEET ST. y&For term, rotes o oaWttMa. f"r- we in!. t MANTJFACTTJRERS. 1AMESOI AVHEELEB, Manufacturers of Storey Plows, Castings.Tinware Stove Furniture, Stove Pipe, Are. Ko. 5. Market Street, ffwwn, 0. - , . April 29. ta. CBAKAfil A eiEJUOBE. Manufacturers and Dealers in Boots, Shoe, Robbers, Ac Also Dealers in Leather, FindingsJLasts. Ac- aarset atreet, n arren. unio. , B. MOLL. A. HZDSUKT. IT. HTLL CO.. Manufacturers of Improved Steam Engines, Iron ana Brass Founders and Millwrights, Franklin i oaadry. Corner of Libert? and South Street. Warren. Ohio. A LEX AX U Eat XcCOXSELL, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather and Findings, Main Street, Warren. Ohio. E. IT. ALLISON. Manufacturer and Dealer in paddles. Ha...

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 May 1864

imHRNICLEi WARREN, O. WEDXESDAT, KIT ZSJ 1 i I The Situation. There seems to be no doubt but that' Grant has outmaneuvered Lee. He keeps moving slowly bnt surely Sonth-j ward. It is encouraging to learn that : is in better condition as to numbers and ! spirit than ever before, while the rebel j army is smaller than ever. Lee's army ' is reported to have been 90,000 before the j late battles, in which he lost 25,000 to! Grants reinlorcements Have Ween more man equai ion u kuh, iqu mat bis army oO.OOO. He ha? been reinforced by three brigades sine then. Of Gen. Grant's ul timate success there is little reason to despond. We feel confident, and see no indications of a failure either partial or total. The rebels are fighting with the terrible energy of despair. Virginia is regarded 1 y them as the "List ditch," in wtiica tney must euheryieldordie. For the good of the country it is better they should die; and the longer they contin ue the war, the fewer there wilt be to be conciliated or...

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 May 1864

Western Reserve Kironicle. Rates f A4wcT-tlaixtc Twelv lines equal to on inch in space, make a Sutt. lw w w Sn Ha lyr 1 Square frt75 $1.25 I 2.00 1 $ 3.00 1 1 5.00 I t 9.U) Square 1.50' 2.00 4.O0 I &.50 8,00 I 14.00 rue-rc ZOO 8.25 6.00 I 8,00 I 12.00 I 18.00 coltnnn 3.001 5,00 1 7.08 1 16.001 15.001 22.00 H column 5.50 1 8,00 1 10.001 15.00 1 25.001 40.00 1 olumn 8,00 1 12.001 15.00 1 25.00 1 40.00 1 70.00 Advertisements net under contract, mast be mark, ed the length of time desired, or they will be continued end charged for until ordered oat. Special Kotiees, and extra displayed Advertise ment, 50 per cent more. Death and Marriages inserted gratis but Obituary Notices charred half price. Transient Advertiseineute to be paid for invariably in advance. Yearly Advertisers will be charred extra for Dis solution and other notices.net connected wiu Basiness Cards, not exeeedinr 3 lines, $1,00 a line per year; each additional line, ia sent. JOB BIITIHfl Haying recently made large ad...

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 May 1864

Ohio State Sunday School Convention. The Fifth Annual State State Sab bath School Convention will meet in Chillicothe, on Wednesday, the 25th day of May, 18G4, at 11 o'clock, A. Jl. As the election of officers, report of Executive Committee and other im portant business is to be considered at. this first meeting, it is earnestly requested that as many of the dele gates as can, will reach here on Tues day, May 24. Friends of the . Sabbath School cause and Pastors of Evangelical Churches throughout the State, are cordially invited to be present with MS. It is recommeuded that every Sunday School in the State have at least one delegate present. We "hall rejoice to welcome and entertain as many many more as choose to come. A chain of Conventions in the States of Obit), Michigan, Illinois, Wiscon sin and Minnesota lias been formed, and Messrs. R. G. Pardee, Ralph Wells, Lucius Hart, of New York, taoo. it. btuart, Philadelphia, Kev. E. P. Hammond, "the Child's Minister," have been invited...

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 June 1864

Res i i VOL. 48, NO. 41. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1864. WHOLE NO. 2487. E BUSINESS DIRECTORY. t - - i ,i . . ...wv.-.-,--- e. b. lArouiiD. . a. abams. in. arras bl. UireOOD, ADAXM BITEZEI. . . publishku or western Reserve Chronicle. : EMPIRE BLOCK. MARKET ST. ftrlfiit. rate. o aUmertxsina. (U set uto!c.w MANXJFACTTJRERS. . JAXEMOX WIIEF.I.ER, Manufacturers of Stores, Plows. Ca.itins.Tinwsre Mn t furniture, mot. ripe, e. Ao. o. Market UltMt, Wuni, O. April 2a. "63. ,o J 1IAH1GE k GILXORE. Manufacturers and Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Rubbers. Ac Also Dealers in Leather, Findings jLasts. Atu, mtmi, w arren. uaio. V. . BTLt- 8. BEDBUEV. W. II. II I'LL co Manufacturers of Improred Steam Eniinet, Iron and Bran. Foundara and Millwrights, Franklin foundry. Comer of Liberty and South Street. Warren. Ohio. . ALEXIS DEB MtTOSSELL, Manufeetarer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather and Findings, Main Street, Warren. Ohio. E. M. AtXISOJT, Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddles, ...

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 June 1864

XH K CHRONICLE 1 WARREN, O. . i WED5ESDAT, JrSE 1, 14.-- Union National Convention. Th Union Rational Committee mat at Washing ton an the 22d dav of February, ami was called to order by Hon. Edwin D. Mortu, of New York. The Hon. Edward MrPhenwn. of Pemisvlvania. waa elected Secretary of the Committee in place of noo.ueorge u. r or?, 01 sew Hampshire, woo tf abtent from the country. Upon a consultation a call wai nneniir.ooly adopted for a National Convention, in the follow ing terms : The andersigned. who hy original appointment r subsequent designation to till vacancies, eonrti tate the Executive Committee created by the Xa tinoal Convention, held at Chicago on th loth of May, 1M0, do hereby call upon all qualified voters who desire the unconditional maintenance of the Union, tbeaupremacy of the Constiution. and the complete suppression of the rebellion with the cause thereof, by vigorous war and all apt and efficient meanfl.To send delegetes to a Convention to aasem bl at Baltimor...

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 June 1864

WesteriuReserve Chronicle.! ef AvrUalauj, Twelve Una equal te on ineh in space, make ouuare. aw aw w asm i w i j I Square $ .75 $1,25 1 $ 2.00 1 $ 3.C0 1 $ 5,00 1 $ 9.00 t Squares 1,5U 00 1 4.00 1 o.50 8.00 1 ljW O A ru I .a as- euv AMI w .-1 AA 1 O rUI Sq 2.001 25 1 6.001 8.081 U00 18.00 Koolumn S.UOJo.O) I ?. t 16.001 15.001 22T00 S column 5J0 8.001 10.00 1 lSjOOl 25.001 4M.00 .column 8.00 1 12.00 1 15.00 1 25.00 I 40.00 1 70.00 Aavertiaemants aot under contract, mail be nark ed the length of time deaired. or they will b continued and charged for an tu ordered oat. Bpeeial Notices, and extra displayed Advertise- meats, 60 per eent more. Deathi and Marriage! inserted gratis bat Obituary Notice charted naif prtee. Transient Advertisements to be paid for 'availably in advene. . . Yearly Advertisers will be charred extra for Dis solution and other Mouees.net onnscwa wua Ravines Cards, not exceeding 3 lines, $1,00 a lint per year: each additional line. cents. JOB PBIKTIXfl Having reeen...

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 June 1864

For the Jeffersonian Democrat. Birds on the Farm. Which arrive or depart during the month of April, and their Influence upon Agriculture. Fringillidae; Fiuches, Sparrows, dc. Those of this family that spend the winter in this County, and go north during the present mouth, are Pine Grosbeak, Ked-poll Linnet and Cross bills, which are very rare, and Purple Finch, Tine Finch, and Fox-colored Sparrow. Those are only witter res idents, driven south by lack of food, during the severity of the Arctic wii. ter, and returning again on the ap proach ot mild weather. These ben efit the farming community here in two ways. They feed largely npen insects injurious to crops, and up-iii seeds of various troublesome weeds, that would otherwise germinate in our fields, much to our annoyance. The Stripedheaded Sparrows are gen erally simply Spring and Autumn vis itants The arrive here from the nnth lAntuhlj , 1 . , . t.teff rF flirt vtnttS and, after a stay ot two or three I weeks, paBs on to tLe nort...

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 June 1864

:ivrsyMvv HUT ESTERN EKVE WARREN. TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, JUNE-8, 1864. WHOLE NO. 2488. VOL. 48, NO. 42. Res UHRONIC BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . . BAFSOOD. C 4. ADAMS. W. BITSZ.VX. IIAPSOOD. ADAXS BITEXEI, PltBLISHICBS OP Western Reserve Chronicle. EMPIRE BLOCK. MABET ST. iVforlnw, mln ofrin-rtiiml.( tee uuxde.fx Manufacturers of Stoves. Plows. C9tings.Tinwr Stove furniture. Stove Pipe, Ae. Jo. 5, Market Street: Warren. 0. April . 03. CRA.NAGE A GIlsORE. Manufacturers and Dealers in Boots, Shoes, R utters, Ac. Also Dealer: in Leather, FindincsjLasts. A - Market Street, Warren. Ohio. -. H. HULL. S. MDCET. II. II I'LL. fB.. Manufacturer of Improved Steam Eugiues, Iron and Brass Founders and Millwrights. Franklin Foundry, Corner of Liberty and South Streets, Warren, Ohio. ALEXAKDER MeOOafSfEI., Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather and Findings, Main Street, Warren. Ohio. E. II. ALUSO.V, Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddles. II urn rises. Bridles, Martinnles, Trunks, H hip...

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 June 1864

THE CHRONICLE WARREN, O. " WtOXISDAT, JUXE g, 1SS4. KATIOXAL rxiO. TICKET. For President, ABRAIIA1I LINCOLN. fSubJeot to the decision of tha Baltimore Convtn- (ion. Ohio Presidential Electors. JOHN A.' BINGHAM, of Harrison. JOHN PETER BIEHN, of Brown. The rnloa state Ticket. Supreme Judge, (rot thi rru. tim,) LUTHER DAY, of Portage. (TO riU. VaOAKCIIl.) Long Vacancy, WILLIAM WHITE, of Clark.. Short Vacancy, HORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula. Secretary of Slate, WILLIAM H. SMITH, of Hamilton. Attorney General, W. P. RICHARDSON, of Monroe. Comptroller of the Treasury, MOSES R. ERAILY, of Fulton. Board of Publio Works, (rcu MBX,) PHILLIP HERZINO. of Anglais. froi VACaitCT.) JAMES MOORE, of Coshocton. The Cleveland Convention of Radicals. A convention of the Radicals, opposed to the present Administration, was held at Cleveland, on Tuesday aud Wednesday of last week, It was made in a large de gree of such impracticable men as Parker Pillsbury, S. C. Foster Ae., who have al ways been too pure ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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