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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 13 July 1864

Western Reserve Chronicle! m m .'. 7 al cr Advertising, T-'f wclve lines equal to one inch in spaoe. make square. . lw w w I Sim j m ( lyr t Square $ I :LS I $ 2,0 i S.U0 1 $ 5.00 $ r.00 i Square Squares i coluuiu 1.50 2,X 4,00 1 $.501 &.UUI 14.00 6.001 8.0u( 12.0u 18,00 S.Wl 5.00 1 7.0o 1G.UM 15.001 22.00 '4 column luron 5,-V 8.IH) 10.00 1 15.00 2j.ftv 40.00 eilama 8.00 I 12.00 I 15.00 I 25.00 40,00 70,00 Advertisements not under contract, must be mark ed the leoirth of time desired, or they will continued and charred for nnul ordered out. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertise ment, fin nrr cent more. Deaths and Marriages iust-rted gratis but Obituary Notice charged half price. Transient Advertisements to le paid for invariably in advance. Yearly Advertiser will he chargod extra for Dis- eoiution and other Aoties,nt ennneoted with their regular business. Business Cards, not exceeding 3 line. $1,00 a line ier yean each additional line. 75 Jenti. JOB PKIXTI.W Having rece...

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 July 1864

How to Raise Hogs. """ A.; j. iluilins of Kentucky, in a f communicatia to tho Gendaso Farmer, offers the following hints on tho rais ing of hogs: We intend sot to eay. how a few 'hoj's can bo raised ' to advantage, bat how a man may raise them as a business, with the least labor and ex pense, and leave the land in the bost condition. AU far ming, in .my opin ion, ought to be conducted with a ref erence to the continued improvement oi tho soil. Present gain, by adeter- lorat'on ot the soil, will ultimately prove to be a less. Say we have a good stock to begin with a stock which matures early and. fattens well. " The pigs should "come from the "middle oT March to May. There is a great advantage in pig coming at, this tme, as we can grazcthen through two summers and have tiiem to keep only through one winter. Tbcy come to be of fiue size by tli.ecoid fall or wi titer. Hogs may be pushed into market younger, but at moro expense in grain, and they will be smaller at fattening time . whi...

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 July 1864

- XV-f-n ' -m rt w w n . "n tr v--r-i mmmm r: n;f.'3'i, li ir.ytazziz I i .C-I! j-3 0V71 Jltrrr Barren, tuumhij hi. (X)Un ty. ohio. Wednesday, july: 20, .1864: VOL. 48, NO. 48. WHOLEINO2494 ..-. Il-1 .Wk : I - IH . . It . -i. -. t - - . . .. va h h ii m. ii i a i u ci u BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . . BArSOOp. C. a. ADAMS.. , TtCUEl.; :-i HiPGOOS, ADAXS A RITEZIX, . . ..' : t' ' -. . pcbiishebs or ' Vfi?rEx -.Resebve ChUonicle. : BMHSE BLOCiU- MAHKBT: STJ a- V farlrriKt. rotu oacfserrunw. iwide-ta f ; MANUFACTURERS. -' anataeTnrer of Stoves, Plows, CaatingaJTinware Move r uraiture. ttove fipe,. o. a. Market trnftt r. n a....;ix) v. Bttufaeturcrs and Dealer ia Foots, Shees, Rubbers, ic. Also Dealers in Leather, yittdingsjLsats. ate., jiartet Street. Warren. Ohio. ' .W. B. HCI.L-. ; . .-' . - a. UTOBCRT." V V . it. um ; "c.-- tanufacturers of Improved Steam EnglnesTTron nd Brass Founders and Millwrights, Franklin r oandry, Corner of. Liberty and South Street, W arren, Ohio. A LEXA K BEB MeCOJ...

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 July 1864

THECBOTCKE WARREN, O. WEDJTESDAT, JCLT SO, 1864. ( XATIOXAL nCIOJf TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT ; ABRAHAM LINCOLN, - of Illinois. . .- " . FOK TICK PBESIDE5T ANDREW JOHNSON, - 0FTEX5KSSEE. Ohio Presidential Electors. JOHN A. BIN0nA.1T, of Harrison. JOHN , PETER BIEHX, of Brown. The. I'nion State Ticket. Supreme Judges. (rOK THE FCLL TERX.) LUTHER DAY.'of Porta je. (to fill vacancies.) Lcig Vacancy, WILLIAM WHITE,"of Clarke. Short Vacancy, HORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula. Secretary of State, WILLIAM H. SMITH, of Hamilton. Attorney General, W. P. RICHARDSON, of Monroe. Comptroller of the Treasury, MOSES R. BRAILY. of Fulton. . Board of Publio Work?, ' - (fcll'tesv.) PHILLIP HERZING, of Auglaiie. (rot vaca.vcy.) JAMES MOORE,, of Coshocton. Call for 500, 000 More Men. Under the new act of Congress, the President has made a call for. half a mill ion of volunteers for one, two or three yearn, as persons may elect. If the quo? ta be not filled within fifty days, then a draft for one year is ordered. ...

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 July 1864

Western mserve"Chronicle.f . stale f Advert ialug. Twelve lines equal to one inch in spaoe. Make J Iq'tSMr. r.' lw 3i 1 Kit 3m w lyr 1 Squire .7-. 1 f l.w I $ 2.0) 1 $ 3,00 t 5.0t) 1 $ 8.00 ! .Square. ii'J i 4,00 I 5.-V,' I e,C0 1 14.00 ! Squares- 1 8.SH 6.00 8.00 I 12.00 I 18.00 ' ;"'oll"n" .'Vi' .00 7.09 1 10.001 15.00 1 22.00 col urn- -5,51 j a ft) I 10.00 15.00 1 25.00 40,00 ixoo s.tviuwi 15.00 1 ays? i 40,00 1 70,00 AJvertijojiuwBn.oi under contract, mast be reaxlf el tie Kngtb of tiine desired, or they will be continwed sua charged for until ordered oat. Special Notice?, ai.l extra displayed Advertise taenia, 50 Trent more. - - Death), end Marring?, inserted st-atis but Obitnsry Notices charted half price. - Transient Advertisements to be paid for 'mvai-iaMy in advance. . Yearly Advorr'sers will be charged extra for Dis solution nd other Notice,, net connected with their reeular business. . .. Business Cards, not exceeding 3 Jines. $1.00 a Ho per y.ar; each additional line. 75...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 20 July 1864

SONG OF THE CROAKER. BY HORATIO ALGZB JR. An old froc lived in a dismal swamp. In a dismal kind of way; And all he did, winterer befell. Was to eroak the livelong day. f '' rC. CMat,'rok. eroa:,, ' (, t . .' Ween darks ess tiled in air, i i ' 1 i And croak, eroak. eroak, 1 ' - -When the skies ware orient and fair. "Good Master Frog, a battle ii fought. And the foeman'i power u broke," r -But he only turned a greener hae, ' -And answered with a eroak. Croak, croak, eroak, When the eloads are dark and dun ; : . And eroak, eroak, eroak. " In the blase of the noon-tide inn. - - "Good Master Free, the forces of Right Are driving the hosts of Wronc," Bat he (ires his head an ominous shake. And croaks oat "A'ou terrorul" Croak, eroak, Croat. Till the heart is full of gloom, .- " And croak, eroak, croak, r ' Till the world seem but a tomb. To poison the cop of life. By always dreading the worst, . -. " Is to make ef the earth a dungeon a&mp,: - f - Ad the happiest life accursed. " " Cro...

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 July 1864

1 ' , mm VOL. 48, NO. 49. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY. OHIO. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, I8(4. WHQLE NO. 2495.; Western Bj - gSINESS DIRECTORY. n. . HATGfioB, !. t. ittin, ww. amici.. H APUOOO. ADAAS RITF.rtI, . ri'BLisiiERS or esters Reserve Chroskm.e EMPIRE BLOCK, MARKET ST. or(fi, roes ea(ncrtiii.d''c m laeioVa MANUFACTURERS. JAMtSOX A M llEKI.tK. " anufacturers of Stoves, Plows. Castings.Tinware Stove Furniture. tove ripe, Ac. No. 6, Mitrket Street. Warren, O. April 29. 'fiS. C'RAXAOE A U1UIOKC anufacturersand Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Rubber, &C. Also liealersin Leather. Fimlinrs il.t Ac AiarKM street. Warren. -Ohio. - V. B. HCLU. s. aiuii'ii. W. II. H I'LL .:. i r .-. (auuf.rtur.rt of Improved Steam Engine, Iron and brass Founders and Millwright, FraakUa Foundry, Corner of Liberty and South atresia. Warren. Ohio. . ALEXANDER McCOXXEI.lv , aoufaotarer and Dealer IB' Boots. Shoe Leather and Findings, Main xjtreet. Warren. Ghiu. . . E, U. JlUISOX, . Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddles, Harn...

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 July 1864

THE CHRONICLE WARREN. O HED5ESDAT, JCLT 97. 18- ATIO VAL VXIOX TICKET. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF IIXTXOIS. FOB TICE PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TKXXES'KE. Ohio Presidential Elector. JOHN A. BINQHAit, of Harrison. JOHN PETER BIEHN. of Brown. The rnloa State Ticket. Supreme Judges. PO TH rCLt TEEM.) LUTHER DAY, of Portage. . (to TILL VACAVCI-S.) . Long "Vacancy, WILLIAM WHITE, of Clarke. ' Short Vacancy, HORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula. '.. Secretary' of State, WILLIAM H. SMITH, of Hamilton. : Attorney General. W. P. RICHARDSON, of Monroe. Comptroller of the Treasury" MOSES R. BRAIL.Y. of Fulton. Board of Pablic Works, tvvl via,) PHILLIP HERZIXG, of Auglaiie. (roR vacanct.) JAMES MOORE, of Coshocton. Union Congressional Convention. tlon. The qualified voters of the counties of Ashtabula, Geauga, Mahoning. Portage, and Trurnhnll, composing the 19th Cod- srerional District of the State of Ohio, who desire tiie unconditional mainte- nsinpe of the Union, the supremacy of the Constitution. th entir...

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 July 1864

Western Reserve Chronicle. Kates T Advertising, T Twlv lints qu to an inch in pe. Make Square. lw ey w ta lyr 1 Square $ .75 j $!, t(M I ,00 I t.00 1 1 S.QU 1.WI a.U0 4.00 1 5.SQI 8,001 14.00 Square 2 00 1 S.2S I 6,00 1 g.OO I U00 1 1S.00 V column S.O0I 6.001 7,U 16.001 15.001 B.00 j column 5.50 1 g.Ovl 10.001 15.001 SS.00 1 40.00 toUmn g.00112.001 15.001 25.001 40.001 70,00 Advartiaemants not under contract. Bait b. mark' ed th. length of tun desired, or they will be eootinued and charged for antil ordered out. Spwsial Notice, and estra displayed Advertise menta, 50 per oent mora. Deaths and Marriages inserted fratil but Obituary Notice charged naif price. Tranaient Advertisements to be paid fur invariably in advance. T early Advertisers will be eharced extra tor Tn ' solution and other Kotieee.nt connected with Busioaes Cards, not exceeding t lines. $1.00 a line per year; aacn additional una. .o Jeuis job rBiiTiia Harinc racently Bade larie aaditionj of thy latact style of type, t...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 27 July 1864

KENTUCKY ON KENTUCKY! John If organ's foot it on thy shore, Kentucky! 0. Kentucky I Hit hud is on thy stable door. , . i KBtaeky4i. hi en tacky I r ' V k He'll ride her till hwWkis tore J' And lun bar at torn stranger's door. Kentucky I Oh, Kentockyl For feeding John you're paying dear.. Kentucky I Oh. Kentucky I i Hu rery twe now makes yog fci, ' - Kentucky I Oh. Kentucky I la every valley, far and near. He s gobbled every horse and iteen 1 ou'll rue his raids for many a year, Kentacky-t Oh. Kentucky I Yet yon hare many a traitorena fool, Kentucky I Oh. ken tacky I Who (till will be the rebel' tool. - Kentockyl Oh. Kentucky I They'll learn to yield to Abram's rale In none but Johnny's costly school. - 1 , At eoatcleivcty animal. . v. i . Kentockyl Oh. Kentucky I KENTUCKY ON KENTUCKY! Worth of a Soul. In the . town of D lives two farmers, named Jones and Atwood. Their farms join; and, as ia often the case, a cfuarrtf arose about a -certain eide-hill line-fence. The quarrel re salted...

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. — 3 August 1864

f',: f. TERN R.ESE1 VOL. 48, NO. 50. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1864. WHOLE NO. 2496 WES 1 B II II c H .-. II Pew ' H II 1 II . IU ' JUL JL W il AVJLJJLLi ' .... aB!3. ... 1 J. C , m I.. i - - - ' V- ' t . BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . . KAPOOD. C. A. ADAMS. WH. AITIIXL. HANOOD. ADAMS BITEZxTX, PCILtHBftl or Western Reserve Chronicle, sicnxa block, maszst st. for In n. rotas of sosi titine, frc. tot iid.M MANUFACTURERS. liMUOSAWBEEUR, f unfastovers of Stoves, Plows, Castings.Tinware tove Furniture, Stove Pipe, Ac So. 5. Market awt,uiu,u. Aprils, TO. OAS AGS A eiUKORE. enunwtarers ud Dealers In Boots, Shorn, Rubbers, mo. Aim Dlert in Lett her, Fin dings JLasts. Ac. HiriK street, arren. uuo. . BXLL, . MIOSCST. W. H. HCLL CO.. auuiacfarers of Improved Steam Engines. Iroi An, Brass Founders and Millwrights, Franklin Foundry. Corner f Liberty end South Street, it arrest, vuo. AXEXAJfDCB MeCOXXElX, , Baauftetsrer And Dalkr la Boots. Shoo, Leather ana runx, jaem euw, y arr...

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. — 3 August 1864

THE CHRONICLE WARREN, O. WED DIES DAT, ACCITST S, 1M4, KATIOXAI CJflOX TICKET. FOB rilESIDEHT - ABRAHAM: LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOB TICK PBESEDKST ANDREW JOHNSON, Of IENSESSKE. Ohio Presidential Electors. JOHN A. BINGHAM, of Harrison. JOHN t TETEE BLEHN, of Brown. The Vision State Ticket. . Supreme Judges, i to w'wvii. "".) LUTHEE DAY, of Portage. . , (XP TIU. TACAXCI1S.) Long Vacancy, " WILLIAM WHITE, of 'Clarke Short Vacancy, HORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula. - Secretary of State, WILLIAM H. SMITHl of Hamilton. ;.- Attorney General, W. P. RICHARDSON, of Monroe. Comptroller of the Treasury, MOSES B. BRAILY, of Fulton, oar .of Public Works, V ;- .reiATi'M,..' ' c, PHILLIP.EERZING, of Auglaise. -7 ... fo ?ciNCT,) JAMES MOORE, .of Coshocton.' Union Congressional Convention. The qualified rojers of the counties of Ashtabula, Geauga, - Mahoning, Portage, and Tronbull, composing the 19th Con gressional District of Ohio., who desire IriA tin oonditional . maintenance of the Union, the supremacy...

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. — 3 August 1864

Western Reserve Chronicle. wX Adverttntaa;, Twelv lines equal to one inoh ia wm, make a Square. , . - .. . ...... lw vr ear Sep I ne Ijr 1 Square $ .75 $1,25 I $ 2.W i.00 I $ S.00 I $ 9,00 EtMrw U6.ll loot 4,001 5.SQI ,00 14.00 Squares 2.00 1 & 6.001 8,001 12.001 18,00 K column S.00I 5.001 T.Od I 10,001 15.001 22."00 S column 5.50 1 8.00! 10.001 15.00 1 85.001 40.00 column 8.001 12.001 15.001 25.00 1 40.001 70.00 Advertisements not under contract, nut be nark ed toe length of time desired, or tony will be continued and charged for until ordered out. special Kotioee, and oztra displayed Advertise ments, 60 per cent mora. Death and Marriages inserted gratia eat Obituary notices cnarged oau pnet. Transient Advertisements to ba paid for Invariably in ail fMM. Yearly Advertisers will ba charged extra for Dis- aoiution and other A ouees, Bat eonneetea win their refular business. Buaineaa Cards, not exceeding 3 line. $1.00 a line sar rear: aaeh addiuonal una. 75 jenta. JOB PBIKTIIO Har...

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. — 3 August 1864

For the Louisville Journal. THREE ANGELS. Thro wet snfrel (mi asleep! Two blush-buds and on i whitoUly . Qneen of ienc. erwned nlono, , ' . Ob a throne, v.; , Tinder a monumental Hone. Whore tb royal hadowi i keep la a palace dim and chilly. Lily. In her regal white. ,m. And her fir hands o.sped from lifting ivMrk u J-:- moulded breast; ?7 Beauty blesfc How h He and take her restl Heedless of theooming night. Or the gold and purple drifting Of the splendors in the Went. Ti. i i - -i .... . Bade, with MaihH -whed away In that dark and solemn river. Their meek beauty floated on, Mt no-drawn. Going out to meet iue dawn That eame smiling through the gray, With a pearl and Jasper quiver. Three wild bird, that used to be Fincing down our mortal road Three white sleeper 'neath the od And three jewel. gloriouMy in the erown of uodl EMMA ALICE BROWN Pleasant Grove. Lancaster Co-Pa. A Day of Fasting and Prayer. A Proclamation Wkekias. The Senate and House of Bepresentatives, at their last ses...

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. — 10 August 1864

Western Reserve Chronicle. Ritte or Advertising, m Twelve lines equal to etie inch in space, wake bquare. I w 3w 6w 3 m 6m lyr 1 S.Jiaro $ .75 I $1.25 $ 2.W I $ "i"w I $ 5.W ?,UU 2Jquaree 1.50 1 2,001 4,00 1 5.501 8.001 14.00 3 Sjiuares 2.00 I 3.25 6,00 o7l 12.00 J 13,00 l,i column Ilk) I .Mini 7 W I lr, HI I VI fl I Wl column O.50 I 8,00 1 10.001 15.00 1 25.00 1 4).00 column 8,00 1 12,00 15.00 &0Q 4U.O0 Ttf.OO Advertisements not under contract, must be mark' ed the length of time desired, or they will be continued and eh anted for nntil ordered out. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertise ments, 50 per cent more. Deaths and Marriaires inserted era! is bat Obituary Notices ehargod half price. - Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. Yearly Advertiser will be charged extra for Dis solution and other Notices, net eonuectcd with their regular business. Rusiness Cards, not exceeding 9 lines. $1,00 a line per yean each additional line. 75 cents. JOB l'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. — 10 August 1864

THE PUZZLED CENSUS TAKER. BY JOHN G. SAXE. "Got u; boys?" the Marshal said To a lady from oyer the Rhine; , . And the Udy eheok her flaxen head. ; , -1 I AftdeiTillv answered "AaW j i i t v -y ... . i i ; , i "Got any tirls?" the Marshal said To the Udy from over the Rhino; And the lady ihook her flaxen head. And civilly answered 'A'ineJ" - i "Husband of edorte? the Uarsbal laid - To the ladv fmrn tVi. uu:n.. And the ilady ihook her flazea head . i civiuy answered -atr' Thd--t yon heveT" the Marsha said To the lady from oyer the Rhine; And again she shook her flaxen head. And eivilly answered "Am" Sow what do yon mean by shaking your neaa, ! Ad alwayf answeriat "JV1r ; "Jj kmam uvcAl Engliek." eivilly said ' The lady from over the Rhine. "Aem," pronounced awe, is the German for no. The Philosophy of Health. "Bread and butter' are the only svruutes oi iooa ot which we never tire for a day, from early childhood to extreme old age. A pound of fine flour of Indian corn meal contains thr...

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. — 10 August 1864

IS T v a 3 1 "I't VOL. 48, NO. 51. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, Oil l(K WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 18(54. WHOLE NO. 2497 J IT V STERN 1 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. o. . HiroiHin, T. A. ADAWS. KM. RITKXF1.. IIAPGOOD, western Reserve Chronicle. EMPIRE BLOCK. MAKKET ST. Forterwu, raUi nf n,tm1i'itiy.,ie 're inr'rf."-S MANUFACTURERS. JAJIESOXAKIittUli, . auufacr.irers of Stoves, P:o-. Csir.?.Tirir;ire Stove Furniture. Stove Pijc. te. 'o.'.'. Market Street. Warren, O. Arri!:.1J, v.'Jt. CR.IX1GE 1UILSORE. anufucturersand Dealers in B.ots, Shuo-. Rul.W.s, Ac. Also beater in lumber, FiuuinjxjLatf. ie Market Street. Warren, Ohio. W. H. HULL. S. MKt'BTRV. W. II. Ill 1,1. CO.. laaufactorers of I.ui'.roved Steam F.nKines. Iron and 11 raw Fouuders aud Millwrights. Franklin Foundry, Corner of Liberty and South Streets ii arira, VU1U. ALEXASOKB 3lclI LI, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots, Shoe, Leather and Findings, Main Street, Warren. Ohio. E. II. ALI.ISjOX, Manufacturer and Dcak-r in Saddles, Harnesses. viiuius,...

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. — 10 August 1864

THE CHRONICLE WARREN, O. WEDNESDAY, ACStST 1,184, KATIOSAL. UiaOJI TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOK VICE PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Ohio Presidential Electors. JOHN A. BINGHAM, of Harrison. JOHN PETER BIEHN, of Brown. The Union State Ticket. Supreme Judgoa. (FOK THE FCLL TEEM,) LUTHER DAY, of Portage. (TO FILL VACANCIES.) Long Vacancy, WILLIAM WHITE, of Clarke., Short Vacancy, HORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula. Secretary of State, WILLIAM H. SMITH, of Hamilton. Attorney General, W. P. RICHARDSON, of Monroe. Comptroller of the Treasury, MOSES R. BRAILY, of Fulton. . Board of Public Work, (full tekx,) PHILLIP HERZING, of Auglaiie.. (fortacakct,) . JAMES MOORE, of Coshocton. Union Congressional Convention. tlon. The qualified voters of the counties ot Ashtabula, Geauga, Mahoning, Portage, and Trumbull, composing the 19th Con gressional District of Ohio., who desire the unconditional maintenance of the Union, the supremacy of the Constitu tion, the "entire ...

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. — 17 August 1864

EK?E TERN Res' 11 l?Q W Sib i Ti , ' " ' '. ""' ' '"' j , - - ... ' ' VOL. 48, NO. 52. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY. OHIO. WEDNESDAY; AUGUST 17, 1864. WHOLE NO. 2498 BUSINES3 DIRECl'OaY. . K. HarOOon. 0. A. a0l3. !Ttrri ; HAFCKrOD. AlsAHS A RTTF.ZEIh Western' Reserve Chronicle. 8MPI8B BLOCK, MABKXT ST. JW term, rwfes of aihtrtiiins. d.. see t-iVfc. MANTJFACTUREHS. anufacturers of -Stoves, Plows. rstio(rs.Tinwart Stove Furniture,fetove Pipe, Ac. No. 5, Jlaytiel Street. arren. u. . IBiXAOE eitMOBE. anu&cturersand De&lersin Boots, Phc". Bn',brs, Ao. Abo Dealcrsin Leather, r;ndingSjL'!ft. .e Market Street. Warren. hif. v. u. wnk ... II. II CM. CO., ianufactarers of Improved Steam Engines, Iron and Bras Foandei and Hiliwri?lius, Franklin Foundry, Comer of .Liberty and South Streets. Warren. Ohio. - .. ALEXASDEB McCOXXELl, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather and Findings, Main Street. Warren. Ohio. . II. AL1.ISOX, Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddles, Harnesses friules. Mart...

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. — 17 August 1864

as- THE , CHRC) N ICLE . . ... - WEOSEID1T, 111(11 17. 184. XATIOXAL I'XIOS TICKET. rOBFBrSIBEXT ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 01 ILLINOIS. ' FOB TICK PKESIDBBTT r ANDREW JOHNSON, C? TKNSKSSEl. Ohio ProiIdoHtial Electors. JOHN A. BI5GHAJI, of Harrison.. JOHN , PBTIB BIEHX, of Brown. The Calv Stat Ticket. . Supram Judge. . , (0B TBI TCLL TIM,) LTJTK DAT. of Portage, i (to nti TACAJfCii.) Long Vaoancy, WILLIAM WHITE, of Clark. , Short Vacancy, HORACI WILDEB, of Ashtabula. . Sewretarv of State, WILLIAM XL SMITH, of Hamilton. v Attorney General, . r . W. P. EICHAEDS0Xt of IXoneo. Comptroller of the Treasury, MOSES X. BRAILY. of Fulton. . Board of Publio Worka, ". . : " (rCLl Tit,) PHILLIP HERZIKG, of Anglais. - . . . fro vacancy:) JAMES MOORE, of Coshocton. . rXIO.V COKCTT TICKET, Probate Judg, ALBEJBT TEOMANS. ' 'Auditor, C. E BBIGDON". . .Recorder, ; . A. A. ADAMS. " Commissioner, HIRAM T. MASON, 8arvejpr, T W. F. liESSEBSCRMIDT. . . Infirmary Director, 8. W.KIMBALL. Watchman! What of the Night? A...

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