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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 17 September 1862

. TERMS ul' SI BS'F.IP1I0.. :.' tilar and t'ijti 11; iu mdtlM'-r; Ttfu t'.. if ptivment is ltA made im mdcom. S o pa ler discontinued until all arre&iarc? aie pjid cx-,-.pt at the optiou ot the publisher-. Kate. ul Alv-rliig. Car Twelve line txM.&l to one iii'-b ia HJ make .Uatc 11 SwJwniiiiJlyr square e ,f i H.W I 1.50 2,50 I 4.00 I $ 7.00 Western Reserve Chronicle Sonarcs l.itj 2.U) S Squares'!. S0 300 1 -..column iWiJbWJ '...columnl.iulT.'lOJ 1 column il.fU I .-' I a0i.COS.W)l r..inj T.jio.ui lo.00J 12.001' V.00 I 12.001 l iff) i ".) i ii'oo'f 12,00 " lo..V "20.00 "g-.i.oo Advertisements noi under contract, must be mark ed the length of time desired, or they will be continued and chanted for until ordered out. 'peciel Notices, and extra displayed Adrertire- uvnta. iO per eeiit more. Deaths and Marrie in-.cri.-d rniiu. but ll,ita:iry Notices charged half price. . Irauaient Advertiseuiems it. ls for uivaiiably ill wi tun. r , - V early Advertisers will be char;.-.! extra fo...

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. — 17 September 1862

MY PRIVATE OPINION. Let tice who xrill. repine at Jits. ; Aod droop their heads in sorr-.iw: i iugh when cares upo.i me wtit, .1 know they'll leave ta-morrov. parse is light, bat vtlist of thil? Iy heart is light, to match i: : Atji if I tr mv nclv r..r, 1 laugh, the vrhile I ruih it. IV Vnown porn e.ve. vrLi cc!!.--i t!ier:stii My friecds, in funny weather. Blora far away in f irrotr's uy. As winds wonld blow a fistaer. I never grieved, to see thea ., The rase'., who touW hcl theni: Tor want's the uso of b.n ing fri"i. J. If false, when UK J J Oil :;cc I i'.-u;7 Whenever sorrotr! come to A sorrows sometimes w!l ccroe. I Und the wsy to mr-i.e Uie:i tvz. Ii bidding them rwht weicom. They cannot brook a ciieeital look. They're nsed to sobs, ted Bigbii.r, A merry laugh, or ciieerful tsuie. la sere to set thtsi tying. - " A good tkbj 13 tj'd of Cspt Gtvycn, of the Tyler, who was sent ap the Yazoo to look for the Arkansas. He disappeared oa his errand, with his old wooden gun boat which ...

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. — 24 September 1862

Chronicle: nn ESE VOL. 47, NO. 7 WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY. OHIO. WEDNESDA Y. SEPTEMBER- 24. 1SG2. WHOLE NO. 2399. t?"ihat 11 Hardware Trade of '62 OfE.MXO I P. 3 V R I V G STOCK NOW AKKIVING AT R. H. BARNUffl & CO.'S.! TpvESUlOUS ol operating. daring ' the prefect and coming eca?on. in what may be called a "lively cash and short time trade." at a very low rate of prcSt, in accordance with the no- eesitiea of war times, we sli&il o!Ter to farmers ioass builders, mechanics, merchants, steam niiU men, hoose-keepen and all others, every descrip- tion of Habdivake, Horse Paixts, Axles, Ieos, Sails, Glass, Sash. J.oces ac-i Z lists at n.t; Iw dam figure. Instead of kec; :r j the " bijjicst stovit west of tbc mountains, w. Lave unccd to bs rtt?ued wi:h every variety of goods in 01 r line, vrLicli v. ,.i on constantly replenished by direv-t shipments from the Eastern manufacturing districts aud tiie lores Job bing Houses of Xew York, Entail aaf Piiiladi-iiiUia from whom, by resent ar...

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. — 24 September 1862

THE GHK0X1CLE. wtDsrssvr. seite:ii:i:k2;,ib-.:. , TJXIOX TICKET ' jCD-r fjy srrasKE ncrsT. rHiXliLIV T. BiCKIS. Of Cuyalicsd County. ECEF.IART OF STATS, -. S. KEVSOX. Of Beirncr-t Cora J". ' XTTrKSST fir"ElL. ClIArXCKT ". OLES, Of Frccklin C"tr.ty. SCHOOL COUM18370SEH. TVM. I. HEXULE, Of Warr-tri County. ioakd or rrauc tores. JOHX B. CEEGOEY. Cf Scioto County. romviuEtmoF ecs-curss. JAMES A.SACriELO, Of Portage Connty. eorsTT irriT.'.R. jrxirs iaxa. C-OrXTT COWVI?5I"VE, JACOB S. SMITH. TSTISlfAEY DIBICTOR. SAXrEL FAXSLEll, Gen. Cox. Gn. J. D. Cox is winnin? golden opin ions from his countrymen by his jrallan try on the field, and by the admirable dis cipline and efficiency oT the soldiers un der his command. The Cleveland Leader pays: Gen. Cox's Kanawha veteran? are the subject of especial encomium on all hands, for their determined and unflinch ing gallantry before the enemy in Mary land, In the series of battles which have taken plnee during the lat ten doys they had their fall sh...

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. — 24 September 1862

Town and County. Crowding to the Fair. The Mahoning Il.V. took in ii cur ;.n!; pussengers cn Weduid-iy tuorr.in to the Stat Fair : C.-.-velaa i. The ilaaouins Valley once i.;J a v.hi'ia pours out a L nda u.' population, when i: gets in e wuriir.n mood. Improvements. Ma!n Street ij being considerably im proved this season, a number of Cae trick buildings being now hi couraa cf ereotloti. Oa tho" ot side of the street, llr. B. Cranage, Dr. D. 13. Woods and the Messrs. Smiths & McContbs me palling up four Sue three story bricks. On the vrcst fide Gen. McClaia is erecting splendid two etcry stono front banking oilicc. Western Reserve College. The next Term v.-ill begin Thar.-. Jay Sept.liOtu. ias Co:iiii.uc.:i.ut ilxcr-i-es will be cu thai u.iv. Hon. C. N. Old., o: Columbus, will r.ddiciJ the Literary Sv cietios in tho r.fiwiuvi. HENRY L. HITCHCOCK, President. Trumbull County Horses at the State Trumbull County Horses at the State Fair. At a tri. ot tj'-oovi on i&al iriOay alter...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 24 September 1862

Love in the Backwoods; OR, OLD JIMMY WADDLE'S FIRST COURTSHIP. "Talkin' o Fprecs, toys, puts me in mind o my young days ; I should rather guess I wa in for 'em some myself thcra This was said ly an old man whom we wul introdnceas Mr. JanM.. Wad Jin. orl mtW Jim w.aau ' iv.rrKV rexcent the r-Wl A-nowa" him and his TionchnTif fnr vr, .nmnir. Tt m iVir. . .nm(T nf a Tnilw.v. frainln-r Inv. Thorn m a i.llw nnniher. after the commnv U I dismissed from duy. who wrc 'lounoina around, and all fathered about tl,fi afW ! said old Jim to hear his Yarn, to U .had already besun the prelude, snd waits ' for somebody We him to go on ; this there are enough to do. He then enquired 1 a I - . . . wnai mcy wouuiu nave "one ol fcis fcuu tin' or courtin sprees?" The bovs unan imously took tee latter, lten, alter re questing that none cf them should laugh till he got through, with a few preparatory ; aucuia, uuu assumption i-i a comical iace, ; he commenced. (I wish I could report in 1 his inimitable lan...

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 October 1862

V()L; 47, NO. 8 y WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER I. I8(i2. -; WHOLE NO. Hardware Trade6ir62 A COUNTRY HOME. Oa ! cva nma bwiue iu the country uik-. And a "eat ly the farmer' vo..j.l LrciJo tiers the fire hires fall buvk una not receive their charge. IK Seii. .ei tanii.t iiuumij j" "jn. g mute, !'.!u re.-ir to front. si' ring TOCK niviVO AT ' f riSMNUM & co.'S. eoDtin JmkviaI Meats, SO Mr Dntluud Xottee et , , Transient i iii adrai Tearly A . oiutit' their I'lisis. D i I I i ESIUOUS of Operating, dtirii! . the present and coming season, in watU a:ay be called a "livelr cash and short time trade," At a vary low rate of profit, ia accordance with the re eeetlUea ef wmr time, wo shall offer to farmer hot7tmnfier mechanics, merchant, (team mill en. house-keepers and all other, every duJcr-p-ioa of Uardware, IIocss Paktts. Axles. Ibok. Saaa. Olass. Bask Door and 2uxr$ at rifU lam Instead of keeping tie "biggest f!o.-k wot f the Doontalni." we have aimed to be enpidi...

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 October 1862

THE CHRONICLE. "WAHHEIT, O. WEP3TZSPAT. OCTOBER 1. 1SB2. UNION TIC KET. jcsoe or srratiir. rocur , riUKLlx T. BKKU, Of Cuyahofn Count v. ftCRETAKV or STATE, M B. KEXO, Of Belmont Conaf y. ATTORNEY OF!CERAL, CHAl'XCET ST. OLlk. Of Franklin County. SCHOOL COMMISSION FH. WS. D. JIEXKLE. Of Warren County. boasd of m-blic woeks. JOHX B. GHEGORV, Of Scioto County. kob vtMnci of cosgsess. JAXES A. GARFIELD. Of Portasc County. eor.TTT AniTB. J CM I S D IM. COrSTT COMMTSSinXER. JACOB S. sniTH. rVFISMiBV DIBECTOB. SAMrr.L FANSLER. THE ELECTION AT HAND! Do Your Duty at the Polls. is danger that while one portion of the people are patriotically engaged in doing their duty as soldiers in the army, and others as friends of the soldier, are wholly absorbed in schemes at home for his comfort and support in his perilous and-sacrificing devotion to his country, we repeat there is danger that another class -will turn their attention so exclu sively to political manouvreing, that a fatal advantage may ...

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 October 1862

western Reserve Chronicle TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. J. UMu- ami F.jl, Umi.. , aj-... T.r.. . -.v,,. w, tuc yuousners. ' AdvrrtNine. ,ou I l.U 1.50 $ 2.50 I 4.00 I S 7.00 i square l,0uj2.UM3,50J S gquarei 1,50 1 3.00 1 5.00 j .'column 2.50 1 4.001 li column 4.00 "7.00 f 1 column 6.00 j 9,uu 5.00J t.oo r 8.uo 10,00 1 6.001 9.001 8.001 12.00 1 12,001 20.00 12.00 20,00 1 35,001 12,00 10,00 20,00 35.00 60.00 Advertisements not under contract, mast be mark ed the length of rime desired, or they will be continued and charged for until ordered out. Special Notices, and extra displaved Advertise ments. 50 per cent more. Death and Marriages inserted gratis but Obituary Notices charged half price. Transient Advertisements to te paid for invariably iu advance. r early Advertisers will be charred extra for Dis solution and other Notices, not connected with their regular buincs. I'usiuess Cards, not excerdiug 3 lines. $1,00 a line per yean each additional line. T.'i ceuu. JOB rRIXTlSU. Having recent...

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 October 1862

A RAILROAD DREAM. BY MRS. F. D. GAGE. Pit;in- "in a rail-ear. Hying . a bv steam. Head against th casement. .Learned" a ca tfrea'a ; Y et 1 could not thin ii a Oritur all ideal, tor though very monstrous, it was vcrv r.ul i .u. i ' "aiea rcntlemanii. Lis .aticl iei!r ln tif: V.0'0?' "VenStotfT wether: , l-Zlill f?s"'"- waich-iccy. hat and f!l4 Ann wiia :..r .rfi,!-..pit ..ou the stove. X fur h.m -at a parson, t-l!ine tow the 1....-J. . ent tie great revivals. blessed the preached w..rd ; Mat my uream discovered that he was not nh-Uouey-dew or tue tst-rpittuig on the stove. j'1 cs:n.e a trader p-Jckers fail cf ca a .- a"out coon'ry poimr ail to sroa-h r r and Abolition did the thine, by Jov" Tipped his V. ickor-bottle spit upon, the ato o. Then a jolly firaor. brains of his wheat 1 bought his hogs i and horses nowhere rould'l.r boat Like to .ell his Durham, by the head or drove -Kept hu jaws a wagging ei.it upon the More. Paddyush: It was -Viirc" Uke to U setting All the while a goin...

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 October 1862

Reserve TERN VOL, 47, NO. y. ' WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY. OHIO. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1802. ' ; WHOLE NO. 2401. - "i mtm 'x. m u m x w a -m km m. u -u u - a Hardware Trade of '62 OI'EXIXJ TP. SPRING. STOCK XOW AKRIVIXU at R. H. BARNUM & CO.'S. TVPCIDAITO I i u - oi operating, during U the present and Cuming season, in what may be called a "lively cash and short time trade." at T rat8 of Profit. "'" accordance with the ne- ceasiuesoi war time, we shall offer to farmer boas builders, mechanics, merchant. steam mill men, noose-keepers and all others, every descrip tion f Ha&dwakk, Uocsg Paints, Axles, Iron- dusa. oiSH. iooes and 2uxis at right tov ttmnjtemr. Instead of seeping the "biggest stock west oflhe mountains." we hare aimed to be supplied with vary variety of foods in our line, which will be constantly replenished by direct shipments from the Eastern manufacturing districts and the large Job bing Houses of X'ew York, Boston and Philadelphia from whom, by recent arrangemen...

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 October 1862

T TT"E flUDrtTTfirn x i. u v itf I I ; I . it. 1 - ycamPAT, October s. Mea. UNION TICKET. JriHJi or wrmtwe oorrr, rAKLIV T. BACKTS, OfCuyahoea Comitr. lEnETHI OP STATE, W. H. KEXXOS, Of Belmont County. ATTORNEY CEXtllAL. CHil XCEY X. OLDS, Of Franklin County. g.-Booi. C0JIIT9SIOSt. V. - HEXKIE, Of Warren County. boabo or jtblic yokc. JOHX B. CiREOORY, Of Scioto County. rtVB ttEVBE or COSOPESS, JTAHES A. GARFIELD, Of Portspe Coonty. rorrr ArpnoR. jrxirs dim. CCrSTT COMMISSIONER. JACOB S. KXITH. rvrtjrwinv nrnrrToR, KAXrEL r.tXSLER, I 1 BE AT YOUR POST BE AT YOUR POST REMEMBER THAT THE ELECTION DAY IS Tuesday next, October 14, Union men, do not forpot the fact, that the election just nt hand is very im- portant. It will never do to allow a par- tv that has more or less svmrjathv with V,. J.tii in e.;n on ,ri, -a ,. it -n. , ... icaiiui .nc-uituse iinuiv L" u lIJUU j sand Union voters have left Trumbull I county and joined the army, the stay at I home Democrats here hone to take nd-l v...

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. — 8 October 1862

Western Reserve Chronicle . It KilS OF SUBSCRIPTIoX lm DolUxr mud Fifty Cad., in e,Jrrn,- JVw M- lire, yf payment not m,,U in advance, ps f u1ut,nBed ""'j1 arrearages are U ex cept at the opuon of the publishers. o Rte of Advertislna;, iwelve line equal to on inch iu space, make uare. lw Sw w 3n m l, r I Square S .50 1 l,ft) $ 1,50 $ 20 S 4.00 I S 7,00 i iNiuaros 1.00J 2.00 1 3,50 I n.OU 8.001 Uuu 10,001 16.00 3 Square 1,50 1 8.00 5.00 7.00 icoluwu i59 4.00 6.09 S.00 12,00 120,00 V, column 4.081 '7.00 1.00 12.00 I 200j35,00 1 column .i I 9,00 12.00 I 11,00 I U0 6o.iJ Advertisements set under contract, most be mark ed the length of time de-ired. or they will be continued and chained for until ordered out. Special Notices, aud extra displayed Advertise isents, 50 per cant more. Deaths and Marriage iuscrted gratis, but Obituary Notice charted half price. Transient Advertisement? to be paid for invariably in advauce. Yearly Advertiser will be chmyel extra for li solution and other Notic...

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. — 8 October 1862

THE HAPPY LAND. "0. is th era not a happy land A land beyond the seas Where pot-pie smokes in bodnnless lake" Ad dumplings g row on trees ? " ?JPnr-bread ii foand in stacks And ehmearcase" by the ton And when you do a jnb of work ou ret the 'ready John'? w here nature's lessons may be read In every babbling brook? W here humble bees don't sting a chap. And muly eowa don't hook i A Difficult Question Answered. swered- Can anybody tell why, when Eve was manulactured Irom one of Adam a ribs hired girl wasn't made at the same lime to wait on tcr We can easy ? Because Adam never came whinning to Eve with a ragged stocking to be darned, a collar string to be sewed, or giove to De mended, "right away, quick now?" Because he never feared the news paper until the eun got down behind the palm trees and stretched himself yawning ' Ain't supper most ready, my dear ?" Xot he. He made the fire and hung or cr the kettle himseLC we'll venture, and pulled the radishes and peeled the bananas, and did...

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. — 15 October 1862

.RESERVE ESTER VOL. 47, NO. 10. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHfO. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1802. WHOLE NO. 2402. :a Tie. Hardware Trade of '62 S P U I G S T O C K V SOW HIVING T R. a BARNUM & CiTS. DESIKOUS ot ' operating, during ; tae pretest .Mil eomiuc seaseo. ia what may Ve rallea1 a "liT.ly cash mad (hurt time trade." at , a yery luw rale of wufit. iu accordance with tli. oe itf war tinaes. we thall offer to fencers - hoase burlder, mechanic, rarrchanM, steam n.ill ate, house-keetiers aad all ethers, every descriB- taesi ml JaaaDWAU. IhscsK Paints, Axles, leox. Sails, Glass. Sash. Doom and i.ixns at null . I Ml aad of k.eeinc tli. "biggest stock treat of the umUiot," we liar, aimed to be supplied with ererjr variety of foods ia oar I'me, wliioU will be constantly replenished by threat sliipiuents fro lb. aatera msnnfscturim districts and tbe large Job bing Houses of Jfew York, Boston and Philadelphia front waoiu. br raeeut arreuaaiuenta, w. srtes- abled to bay at est" love rate,...

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. — 15 October 1862

THEJDHRONICLR. WEDXESDAT. OCTOBER IS, !. t Election. - The election in this town passed off ,very quietly yesterday. The butternuts . had been hard at work for months, and every ditch and doggery was dragged for recruit, every false representation which could affect a vote was made, men who . were dissatisfied on account of the draft were told that it was an Administration measure and urged to vote the black fe cesh ticket. TbA rnto C70, being more than the average vote at State elections. Notwithstanding the - tremendous exertions of the rebel ym- . pathisers, the Union majority in Warren is. 133. The majority in the County " is about 1C0O. " : This is less than in 'CI, but larger than the Republican majority in 18o9. The large majority of Republicans and Union men among the volunteers who have gone from this county, accounts for the falling off in the Union majority. ' The election news received from abroad, is very meagre. In Philadelphia, the tt - i : -i r -r.. ? l .1 niisourg a...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 15 October 1862

Western Reserve Chronicle TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. " (fm IJtrW Fipt'enH, U o.lraac- T.VU- mr'.y Vavmmt fm-m-4 made a.lvmmr. n .- per discontinued until all arrearage, .re imi.t .- . - o i-- Kate-a ar Advertising, "" Twelve Hoes equal to one inch in apace, make . J Sm 6m lyr I square $ .50 1 $ l.pQ $ 1,50 1 $ 2,f9 $ 4.00 1 $ t Squares Squares column S column 2.00 4.U0 7.00 r 8.S0I 5,00 8.00 LiOO 1.50 jj,00J 6.081" ",00 7.001 10.001 K00 .501 4,n6 r 8.001 liOO" f 12.00 20.001 20,00 35,0(1 I colnmn 6.08 - 9.00 ) 12.00 20.00 35.00 60.00 Advertisement? noi coder contract, must be murk ed the length of time desired, or they will be continued and charged lor until ordered out. special Kotieea, and extra dis.lu.vei Advertise ttiuU, 50 per cent more. Deaths and Marriages inserted gratis, but Obituary notices ehars-ed half urine. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in aavanoe. Yearly Advertisers will be charred extra for I "in aolutiea and other Notices, net connected with wair 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. — 15 October 1862

AH ISacKWrOTZ COLUMN New Spring Goods. PILE Subscribers would call tho at- lo their friends .! tio i.ul.f;n ... ,i. slid complete (tuck of SPB G and SOniER DRY GOODS, embrace. Dree Good in great variety. Fancy 1 Goods, Carpets, Domestic. Clothing, Boot ar.d auoea. crocierT, W aU i-aper. taroeeriea. etc.. etc. W were in market at a verr favorable time, and : are therefore aUe to offsr most goods at price as 1 low a, ever. W. shall give but short credits, and PA ' Buyers. - j W.shaH U in market to uy any amount of good rhM anil MV fi it MaAiaalr 3 ma.J L... ,1 II I berfow on akintmed and worthless trash.' ; j Weahailalway pay the highest market pricefor : to'make the best I Warren. Apr 23. -62. ' 1 I I j ; ! j FOfi ONE SHILLLXG, Best Dark and Light Prints. (rood Bleached and Brown Shirtiun. Crey lreafl tiooda, tr&od Cotton tioe, etc., etc. ii KW l'ORK STOPvE. BEAUTIFUL DKESS GOODS, srxK roPLixs. 6ILK (iREXADINES. JiOZAMBIQUES. BAREGE AKGLAIS. CHEXK POIL DE CHEYEES. VKISTED ORGANDI...

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. — 22 October 1862

IT I i f Si i - -J 5 STERN E SERVE We I ' HRONICLE. VOL. 47, NO. II. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1802. WHOLE NO. 2403. Hardware Trade of '62 OI'EXI'.G tr. SPUING STOC K NOW AKK1VIXO T R. H. BARNUM & CO.'S. DESIUOU'S of operating, during the prewnt and coming Kason, iu what may fce called a "lively cash aod short time trade." at very rate of profit, in accordance with the oo ceasitk of war times, we shall offer to farmers hoaaa builders, mechanics, men-hanks. i-teiia mill Ben, kMMua-keepers and all other, erery deserip tioa f Hardware, House Paists. Axles. Ikon. Xaiu, Glass, Sash, Doom and lii8 at rivla Inctaad of keeping the "biggest stock west of the Boantaius," we hare aimed to be supplied with very variety of foods in our line, which will be constantly replenished by direct shipments from the Eastern manufacturing districts and the large Job bins Hoases of New York, Boston and Philadelphia from whom, by recent arrangement, we are en abled to buy at r...

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. — 22 October 1862

THE CTTROlTrjLP, -rwv-w--v.......-...... WAEET,;0. ; MEDXE5DAY. OCTOBER 28, 180X. The Election. . It is perhaps hardly necessary to en-are largo upon the causes of the defeat of the union men, in tins biate. and the . uuapa of that party, all of whose influence is now, and has Leon, since the breaking - -of this foul rebellion which is work . ing such desolation over this land, ro wielded as to embarrass the government, prolong the war, sacrifice more lives and treasure, and at last bring about a separa tion of the States, break up tho Union and patch, up a temporary peace w hich will but bo the germ of interminable wars. While the administration of the civil gov-1 eminent is in the hands of Republican President and Congress, the principal management of the war k iu those of a Democratic Secretary of War (of whose capacity, end loyalty thero h no doubt,) and three Democratic Generals ITcClol lan, Halleek and Bucll, of all of whom one thing, can at least be said, (without the fear of...

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