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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 13 August 1862

Western J-er lU.-CitiKti. '. ii'i li Hit JiTV-: 1 weiv. 2i;;. tixial to one ir.wh ia s; r a t,ii.irfe. e, .sink In j w ) f.v, Sin ) mil lyr 3 buajres L I 2,00 j 3.V, j 5,f. (..ft. 12.ui 3 Squares 1,'H . $,' ;,(' l.a jl ".A' mm! .linn 2..VJ! i Mi ft ft-. I K is. I lflh I :.: co!uainCI.Mi)ru"l aTft'l & I column fi.flS i'.'vriTz-'n ?).f' T"'A'l" Advertisements not un ler r,- mast be mark - a the ieajta ol nuie u: continued aud cli:;V'..-i t"r Social Noiices. -is I extra sirel. t tney will liisisyol Adverti.M.'- Msati,0 per cen in:r. D.tus and Marriages i.'s-'r:-' i L-.-iii Notices charged Halt' pri-:''. Transient Advcrti.-euic.-.u to be paid in advaooe. bat 0:i;a;y Yearly Advertiser will. h: caar? extra t'-r I :s soluliou and othr Novices, est oo;ine:I.-l vi.u their regular busi::c-s. i'usiuess Card?, cot t vtv.lir.:; !':!:.. ter year; each Lt1 1V tio;:al liu CvlllS. ion rr.is Havin- reeni!y km.! hi-fc. aJ-li'i-; latest styles (if ypo. tj our afonu:eii Printing taatorliU, i:re i re...

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 August 1862

DRAFTING. DRAFTING. BY FUDGE. I id spili' almost for a tiphi. Yes, ready to start off to-morrow. My musket in polished and bright. I uvxld volunteer, butmy wife 1e bound and dott-i miiieti I shan't ; And you kuow when a woman Vet? out,' And says that you cau't ay otm't. Supposing I am rather feeble. And subject to ciamps, and ail (bur. It might iuake me tec: somewhat b-rt-r. lo live on hard cr-o.-ke.-s and int. And what if I am over fifty. Just pttJt a lew ye.us oi'uiv pnn-, And most ol my tee:i: im- e 'stci-i out,' i e-n bitech a ca.tii'i.:e .Kirk tuue. As to marching, I'm scvnl as the best. Cau travel as wel: as a P.it. And thougru I've got torus 0:1 my tn--i. I d take no advantage .! that. I can handle a mu-k with ea-v, And go through ta: 'inovtuivu:' i For 1 tmJid naif a day whi a boy. And have not forgottc a it t,uiic 0 dear, if I was not too o! ;. .1. riiiii. And as touch as I wa wtie s n Ao tft'r, X assure you, be u-id. The Voluntary Invalid. A fine town-lady was married to a...

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 August 1862

Western Chronicle EREm VOL. 47, XO. 2. WARREN. TRUMBULL COUNTY. OHIO. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 20, 18G2. WHOLE NO. 2394. I? v. '62 H'T.V! r. S II I . G STOCK NOW -KIVl: T R. H. BARNUL1 & CO.'S. DESILJCI'. ff operating, dannj the present and oon:ins seaoa, in what taiy be called a "lively eah and short time trade." a very low rate of profit, in aejonian;e with ti e ne cessities of war times, we shall offor to farmers hotua builders, mechanics, merchants, steim mill men, house-keepers and all others, cVih-j d-e'rp- tion of aiabdware. Jlorsr. r aivts. Axlks, iso:-". Kails, Glass, Sash, Boohs u.d Znscs at right lew date fount. Instead of keepin; the "bios: stock irpt -f the mountains," we have aimed to be supplied i:h everr variety of roods in cur line, which will be eonitantly replenished by direct shipn:en: from the Eastern manufacturing districts and the lar-e Job bing Houses of Xew York, Ba-ton and PhiUdrl, hia from whom, by recent arrangements, we aie en abled to buy at teni Iok roi, ...

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 August 1862

THECHRONIC L jE i. WEDNESDAY, ACQCST 90, IMi. Union Congressional Convention, 19th District. The undersigned, believing that the first and highest duty of all loyal citizens, irrespective of party, ia aa earnest sup pert of the Government in its every effort to maintain the supremacy of the Consti tution, and to secure the suppression of , , . 11- 3" If 1 . 11 me cnnoiy re&euion, coromuy invite an icyai ciuzens in tne iin vongressionai the vigorous prosecution cf the war with all the aids the Government can control, and the confiscation of the property of the rebea, and the liberation of their slaves! aa defined th art r.f P..,, and .n. proved by the President all who approve of the emanciDation uolicv as Drooosed bv the President and sanctioned by Congress nd all who regard tho preservation of the Government of more importance than the preservation of Slavery are requested to meet at their usual places of holding elections in their several -townships, on Saturday, August 30, 1B...

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 August 1862

Western Reserve Chronicle' TERMS ol' SUBSCRIPTION. lMiur and iX'rjr (intt, in mininc.- iir.. i- ' Mrs, t jraymtht if nor m.i tn wdcancv. -N o pa- cr discontinued uutil all arrearages are .;J tj- vept at the option of the publishers Kim ul' Adtertlalng, gs Tel e lines cjual to one in A in spa. 4uurc. Rke ' lw 3w 6w im em I lyr I o.urc Mi il.W I S 1,50 I $ 2.50 $ 4.W I $ 7,00 i Squires l.uu j 3 Squares 1,50 f 2,u0 3.00 r 3,50 J "s'.oo 7.C0I 10.001 PsCO -..ooUmn 2,50 I f,00 I ij"c4..1auin 4,C1 T.tW j i column 8,yu ; I 6,03 1 8.0pjJJKjOO V&l 12.00! 20,001 S'.OO li'.i i 2",' ! 35.00 ! Owjiw ' Advertisements not under contract, most be mark ed the length of time desired, or they will be eoDtuiuea na cMrea i t uuu: unierw oou , special Notice, end extra display.! Advertise-! Deaths aud Marriages inserted Erati.-. but O'.ituary 'idta!, aid f..r invariably j In advance. , . I Yssirly Advertisers will be charged extra l..r Ins- Solution and other Notice-snot connected :th luiL1Lrlr". not'...

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 August 1862

THE MOURNER ALA-MODE. THE MOURNER ALA-MODE. BY JOINING, SAXE. I mw her .at ciclt at s party, iTU elezant party at Ma And looking remarkably tiern ty For a widow t youu i:i tier wceU; Yet I know she e.as li't i in ?nvw Trdeop lu-tiie i-mua ( Ciprc- Or wfiy h:tl .... ?i. to H.itw ts much lro:a iiie iauuag.- ol Urcm? II ei shawl wai! a altlo night ; And tier jrioves were a larii as tiershan; And hvr jewels ftiai tiaMieil iu tiie liirnt Were black a. a funeral p:U: II or robe had the hue i the repf. iHctw uioelv it ttttel h r -lt.i(!i Ami the utivt tnat heaving her bre:tt. !iltd wver iu hiin'H of crape! What tears of vicarious- bw, Tuat ? uiipht have nuhi. her face. Vere kimily icrmitt-i to tlow In rippies ol ebouy lria! "Inle eveu h-r tail, in it. play. Had guile a luui.riiius t;c. And seemed to he waiving away iiie hool of tuu aacl oi huie! Yet rich a the rbt.s of a queen, t aa the ombre aurel cue wore; I'm certain 1 tivwr ual sten Sac. i a suuiwtuous xitow iefre; And I vou.ua t ue.ii...

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 August 1862

Reserve Chronicle ST K,K T "VOL. 47, N(). 3, WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY. OHIO, -WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, iGL. WHOLE NO. 2395, Hardware Traus of S Mt I G ST O K .ovv ;:i v.t; R, H: BAHOTJia cm. DESIKOl'S of operating;, during the preaeui ar-d c-rimivg SMison, In oiii muy cU4 A Uvuly c&ih uul thn ucc UaJt:." at ft very low raU of profit. In atcovriu.ee vitl. lit ti cesiitiM of war tides, ire che.il oITer tu tVriun toua builderi. mecharUa, mur'LiuiU. eteam mill men, house-kocpwi an J all otLerj, every de-rip-r-jn jf HaKBItke. House Pjj.mj, Axles. I&on tyafKil of keeiiiim the bluett tto k cec ..t ii.c nwirtiilw," e hare auatd to be ut.tieU i;h mary variety of (Oudj in cur !u., which will be cetun&ntly replenUhedhj direct eiiipmenu fruoi the E&rtern tnannfaoturuic diftrLu aud the large Job ' kin Housea of 'w York, Botton and Philadelphia from whom, br recent arracgemebts, we lire n ahledto buy at vry Liu; rain, LeCc cn, tn faqt wiC acU eh ear - u. ii. Biuxi a x co. Jobbers and ...

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 August 1862

THE CHRONICLE. WEOSTSDAT, ArorST 27. 19B8. UNION TICKET. JTOOE 07 EtPFEKE COOT. mmn t. backis. Of Cnyuhota County. srcsrusT or state. w. s. Kinox, Of Belmont County. aTTOSTET CtSCEit, CHArSCET X. OLDS, Of Franklin County. CBOOL C0KHISSI0SE8, WS. D. HEX'KIE, Of TVerrrn County. lOAlD PUBLIC TOEtS, JOH5 IL GSEGOBT, Of E;lot3 County. cocty arnica, jrxirs DAi. cocviv commissioned. JACOB S. SMITH. l.fnsiiAPT r-iRirros. SAHIEL FAXSLLR, Union Congressional Convention. 19th District. The undersigned, believing thnt the first tnd highest duty of ell loyal citizens, irrespective of party, is an earnest sup port of the Government in its every efl'ort to maintain the supremacy of the Consti tution, and to secure the suppression of the unholy rebellion, cordially invito all loyal citizens in the 10th Congressional District, who are opposed to all compro mises with traitors, who are in favor of ihe vigorous prosecution of the war with tU the aids the Government can control, and the confiscation 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. — 27 August 1862

Western Reserve Chronicle .-.- . TERMS oF SUBSCRIPT Dj.. J Wlur naJ Fitly lent; ' a. fici.ee.- '. 2M - tr, t payment t aof made U advatut. X.. discontinued unlit all arrearages me p.ud toe option of the publisher. Katrsi of A4irihln, tr Twelve lines dual to one inch in space, make a estuare. Iw J Sw I Sir 3u Sin Ijr t Bu.im.to j $1,0) S 1.50 j 2.50 j 4.0 57,0o l?.Jj! I 1 J.XS.00 .. J I. j cumrtfl s.uu u.uu t.w t io.iv i in.isj colnmn jSO j TbjM JjU S.OO I J2.M ! Jjo.00 ? column 4.00 I " 7.00 T V.U0 I 12.00 aC'.uo i".00 .'column 6.001 .o0 l12.0 I 20.001 SV0 ej-'.'s. Advertisementi not under contract. niut be mark ed the length of lime dc.-ired. or they will vuiiiiuani uu vusiNni umu uiucmi inn. pua Notices, and extra displayed Advent- aents, 60 nor cent more. Death, iidW inrtJ ,ati. but ol.i.uarv Notices chargd half price Tranaient Advertisements t.. be pail tor invariably advaac-e. 1 early Advertisers will i.e diaiicr extra r-.r Dis putation and other N'oii.-e. net coiinc-tcd wok cn...

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 August 1862

KISSES. Sitting to-night in my chamber ' ' A bachelor frigid asd lonely, ' I kiss the end of my pipe-Ftem That and that os!. Reveries rise with the faoke wreath: Alemories tender surround me ; Uirl that are married or burie-1. Gather around me. School-girls in pantalets rompi Girls that grown to be Alise-; Girls that liked to be kiifed. a:ij Liked to give kuscs. Ki-cses well I remember them ! Those in the corner were tieetest : Sweet were those "on the s'y:" in the Dark were the sweeiet. Ansa was tender and pintle. To woo was almost to win ber; Her lips were as sweet ss ripe peaches And milk for dinner. Sell was a flirt, and roq-.ieu'uh ; 'Iwas entch me and kii if vou can, tir. Could I catch both hl wu't 1 A happy mac. air ! Anna has pone on a umsion Off to the South Sea dinners : Sell is a widow, keeps boarders, and - Ceoka her owu dinners. Charlotte, aad Susan and Hattie. Mary Jane, Lucy and Man fie: Four are married and plump 1 ilaidcn and scrafriy. Carrie is dead I BWm s weet ly...

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 September 1862

Weste Reserve C iONICLE VOL. 47, NO. I. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY. OHIO. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1802. WHOLE NO, 239G. Hardware Trade of 'G2 S V Ii I C. S T O C K Xnw i ivi.m: R. H. BARNUM & CO.'S. I the liferent and cmiug i'.ton. iu Lai uiav be called a lively eah and hurt time tr:i.k a very I tin rate of iMf:t, in aeerd;une t be tw fclUea of war tinier, we !iail ofl'.T t- t.irnitr- ttoose builders, tnecliaui. mtrt-hai.ty. -team mill men, ho u!-keepers and nil others. -vr- d rii (ion of HiRhwinn. ITorsr I'aixts. Am.is. ltn. Nails. (Jlaps. Sash, IWr and .i.im :.t rrft low dour JUwr. lnrtead of kctiine the hipye-t stvu-k we-t tt'tt mountain,' we hare aimed to he MtiHc-I w:h every variety uf eowds in our hue, vbicli mill L eonstantly reiileiiirhed by diret !Iiiiunt-fi-mt t!ie Kastero manufacturing distril :uid the hinre .'..it bin llouc-Jit New York. Boston ami V'uil:uU i-Ua from whiiu, by recent enannt-uieiits. arr tn abled U buyatc lu-n- .m.l in fact n-.V. sell cheat. H. It. RlltM 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. — 3 September 1862

THECHRONICLE. WEDXESDAY. SEPTEHBEB 3. 1SC2. UNION TICKET. jcrxjr or arrsKifE roc it, FSAXKLIX T. BACIirs. t . GfCurahosa County. KCUT1ST or STATE, Of Behnoat County. ATTOISIT CISEBlL, : CHArSCET 3T. CX.D4, Of Frmsilia County-. " " - . SCBOOL COXHI89IOSER. WSC D. HESKLE, .:, Of TVarren Comity. ' boaso ot pcbuc WOKS 9, " -- JOH5 H. OBEOORT, . '- Of Ecioto Const?. irJTTTS DAS A. v cocjrrr comnssiosEB. . . JACOB S. SMITH. ; ivftx kst pnteproR. SAM TEI. FAXSLER. The Progress of the War. . The rebels have recently exhibited H.. - V.f.j " J reason to suppose it was possible lor tuetn . to do, la their Tery embarrassed and hope--. leas condition. Apparently having grown tired of defensive warfare, they have be come the aggressors on every field. See ing cur hesitancy in boldly attempting to innt; iwv:t i v. . 1 vuvj t? u ' ability to do it at all. and seem to have concluded that if we cannot take their capital, they possibly can take ours, an 1 much to the astonishment of the nation the thn...

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 September 1862

Western Reserve Chronicle & 'DUUir akd I'tftv Ctule, i Ocfriirre.-. TVo y jMifHfnt ti wt fnf'c t a.lraaer. No pa per aiscoutinaedviuiii an sj-rairajc; txo pid ex cepl at t'ae onion of the publisher. Kl of Advcrttlnj, Twelr lii'.. eturai to oas iii la spa. e. icake 4. nre. - . 1J a j 8 1 am m j T i. ivsr- 'i S ,50 1 eT.oJl $ 1,50 f $ 2.60 I j 4,fr'i tt rv.jTnriit-.ic ; 5.00J s,50i ilSea."' 5? T S.t i 5.00 ! 8M lit ; 30.OC J5.00 .7.001' iii5iniu 2.aei"4.t-t 6.08 f 8.00 12,00) 20.00 I s;.oc l-cjli'.nm 6.001 ,ui fiOO 091,3001 TjEdVirusements no unJeir onart,mnrtke mark i d the length of time desired, or they will s Z continued and charged fir uitil ordered Out. gf-ripeeial Noiicei. aud e.tra'jiiajtd -Adver4;-y-'IT. meats. 50 per ctnt more.' ' j-.' 5. ''. . aeatas and Marriages iuseSa .,. Oo!tairj Soticea tharired half l-rp-e. . '- - " -' - ' Transient Advertisements to be pail foa invariably ''-' in advance. " "..I. Yarly Advertiser will be cJuuire.1 eiu fur UJ- !,. eolation and oth...

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 September 1862

NEVER MIND. BY DAVID BARKER. Hbould tui-fortuiie J.hj -i.ht tr;: k. Never uiiu.l . Make uo ruiiibow i.J the Wk, Never Turn not t the left nor riirlit Quail nut at a .aeiiaeeU blow. Onward, upward in ynr titUrhi. ShuUt this laotio a you ir "Ac vr Uiiii't. Fic may fiifcliU'u iiii-i.J? :tv:iy. NeT aiind. IVar U"t what trailm-iT -uv. Never tiiii.d. .Simple handod fiuht it ihrontrh: Tru."! Dot in lite eoitiittt'ss thi4it. One a knrion may suMue, With that legit m iu the wrouir: Nir luiml. Luuld you meet with point. litr. Netr nui.d. Kwry fuol by inttutrt en s Never iiimI. Let spaw ns scribble if they will; .Men of nerve are never luiu By one's firing thnuith a quiii "Paper bullets of the brain:" .eer luJi.t. Kiwli bhall jutt eel u but he earns. " Never ihiud. Roada are long which have no tarns. Never luitih Yielding up theotherohrek. Dropping humbly on the knees. Closing iil1 when dared to speak. Will nui do iu lime like thee; Never Uiiiiil. Popping the Question Under Difficulties. BY GE...

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 September 1862

Wes CLE. VOL. 47, NO. WAKREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, IS(I2. WHOLE NO. 2397. ERN 5RVE Hardware Trade of 'G2 oriMvc t r. s p i: i v i; stoc u W i: HIVING T K. H. BARNUW & CO.'S. DKSIUOUS ol ..peratine;. .luring theirea: and ouiiu tenon, in hai ms L. cfclled ft "lively oaeli aud ihort time I.a.it ." :M very low rut of irfit, in jusv.r.Iauee ith llie iie ceesilies of war liines. tc ehall ott'er to fnrtuers boas. builders, mechanics, uiereiinhls, htcaiu uiill men. houje-keejiers nnd all others, every deserip ti.io of Iliiiit AiiE. llovsi: I'aints. ALts. Ieun. AAlLS. OLASS. S-ASlt. IfcWiKS an. I r.MMts al rui:tt Une dfcn figure. InetMd of keeping the "biirsest stm-k ivesi ol the mountains, we have aimed tti be Miin-lied irnh very variety of goods in our line, wliieh uill Inconstantly replenished by direct sliiiunents from t lie Eastern manufacturing districts and the larjre Julj hins House? of New York, Boston and l'liiladelpliia from whom, by recent arrangeme...

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 September 1862

The chronicle.' WKDXESDAV, srpTi.MKr.lt 10 iso UNION TICKET. jtTcr or smut rorBT. rBiXKLIX T. B ICKVS. Of Cuyahoea County. SECRETARY Or STATE. W. S. KEXXOV. Of B!mor.t County. ATTOEVET GSVERAL. rnmnr x. oliw. Of Pranklia County. PfflOOl COMMISSIOVER. X D. nEXKLE, Of Warren County. po ian or tvplic works. iOHX B. GREGOltT. Of Scioto County. ro vrvrr or cescssssi. JAM EH A. GARFIELD, Of Porta ?e County. rorrTT Aucrroa. jcsrics dax.1. COrXTT COlflflSSIOTf ES, JACOB S. SHIT II. rxrcxYARY PIRECTOtt. SAMrr.L FA VSLEK, The Darkest Days of the War. T!i l.iwr-r li.vnc tiil i I . ,1 x-j t-o- v,. ,i,: over too Nation. .uevtrx:-s nave mam- with fearful rapiuity to the national cause, until a feeling airaont akin to des- pair has cast its gloomy shadow over the minds of the people. Truly, "hopo de. ferred maketh the heart sick." The na tion has been hoping for the fulfilment of great promises of victories, the frui;3 which should be a glorious and honorable peace. But instead of this comes defea...

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 September 1862

Western" Reserve Chronicle tjirms svBscmii:ox. jt OvIUr ami fii'ig fen's, in nfoiim.- 3V Lui tmr, , f payment i h.j vsJt t.i a lu.tice. Xo pa fe discontinued oatii ail arrearsee are paid x eept at me option ot the pubiisus. I SslUM.'?. Kutj of Adiertisiut, s tiUjtl to one inch in Sync... a.uke . aia ,jo j tLOV $ 1,50 $ 2,5u a 4.0U I i i.Ou i So.urc. i.i I 2,001 3,501 6.00 B.00 1 12.00 3 Sidires lj I 3,00 I 5,00 I 7,00 I 10,00 I 10.00 6.0ei 8.001 12.001 iO.OC column '-3 eol runn I column 2.50 4,001 4,901 7.001 9.001 .0 9.00 1 12.001 12.00J 20,00 20.001 35.001 J5.00 50,00 Advertifieinnnr. not unclpr contract, most be mark ej the 1-r.rtb of time desired, or they will be oon tinned and chaiged fur until ordered out. special Sotieee. aol extra displayed AdvertUe- raQnta 0 nnr rent more. Death and Marriaoe iusertcl cruris, but Obituary Notices charged hall pr.ee. Tiansient Advertisements to be pall for invarinb'.y in advance. Yearly Advertiser will be charged extra for Dis solution and oi...

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 September 1862

THE BENEDICT'S LAMENT. Am—"Auld Lang Syne." I wish I were a bachelor. No wile To curb iny ways. N o uet of little curly heads To blast my quiet days. On I then I could be out of uisbt- Among the girls till tw ,. Ami sleep next day till ten o' lo. -L W about a lecture blue. Could throw lny boots jun where 1 plca-c.i. And in my cuiy room Sly thiugs could lay at f -rrs" eud, l ntouched by brush or ,ruoui. Jiy books and l ater all would be I lion uiy table strewn; Then I could pud my pipe iu peace. And take my na at 110..1. But now I mvt be In at nine. Be broken of my rest. That dearest Maggie may recliue Coon my tiiithful breast. And at the earliest peep of dawn, She to the window die. And opens wiiie the creak ins blinds l'lon my sleepy eyes. And now farewell my cherished pipe; Cigars I must dismiss: For Magpie says tobacco li; Aren't tit for wives to kiss! Mr bcots must have a special niche. My things are all mislaid I wish I was a bachelor. And she Was an old maid I The halcyon days...

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 September 1862

-Ch-ronicle. i Reserve WESTERN WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1802. WHOLE NO. 2393. VOL. 47, NO. (I. Hardware Trade of '62 t S N! 1 V G STOCK XOW AhKIVlSG T R. H. BARNUM & CO.'S. i : . . J . ' ', DLSlKOTT.'i I'L-irralitliJ, tltiriiij ; v a - - 'i,.i.in,.'ri ike preif m and .mu. season, in what may be called a "livcN cash and abort time trad.-." at ' . f low rate cf profit. In aerd.nce .id. the c- i eeaaUieaof war time, we rtiall offor to raruier hoaea baildex initthaniuc." niTi-bants, sterna mill ten. house-keepers and alt others, rvery descrip tion of HakdwaKE. IIocse Paixts. All I-. la. Nails, Glass, Sash. K.v.es at J '.iivh ,i lilt' . ictf 4a Aran. . Instead of keel-iua tie "biiitol t,ck i! .,i ; moanta-H." wa hare iut,d to be -ujidi-d a 'b erery rariety of foods in ear liue.. which ill be ' constantly replenished bj dirtot shipments ft ora the Eastern mauajacluvii-j districts acd the large Job- bine Houses of Xw York, Boston and Philadrli.bU - . . . ...

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 September 1862

THE CHRONICLE. WAEEEIT, O. WTEDXXSIsA Y. tiEPTEXBEB 17, 1662. , UNION TICKET. judge op irpirxi count. rKA3TKI.IV T. BACK 19, Of Cnyanofa County. . SZCBFTaKT Of STATE, w. s. KExros, Of Belmont Comity. ATTORTTT CrTESAT., cw irrnv sr. olds, Of Franklin County. school couinssiosnt. WS. D. HOKLE, Of Warren County. boahd of rratic wosis, JOHS B. GREGORY, " Of Sdoto County. ' rot vmn op cokcbsss, JAKES A.OARnrU), Of Portaye County. concTT AcnrrnB. jrxirs DANA. couxtt covinssiorrH. JACOB S. SMITH. rrrmcAST cntEcron, sixtn r AxstER. j The Draft. We are not of thosa who have felt- any great horror at the iiea of drafting, to fill up the number of soldiers for the ar my. It is just as certainly the duty of every able-bodied citizen to defend Lis country when it is in danger, and the law is just as obligatory on him to do so when his services are needed, as it is to pay his taxes which aro levied upon him, and whether he goes of his own free will as a volunteer, or as a drafted man, in obedienc...

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