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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 22 October 1862

, ' 1 I X - Western. Reserve, .Chronicle TV' " - .- i sin:j jg fi;j:.-a:iiMioN.-- i J Hll-fW iwpny fN fIoeC. A I. r wbuuw iuiui mi arrearage are pant ex eeW at In option of Hie publisher;-.. Square. Rain or AdverttHiujr, Twelve tines equal to one iix-h in mvi ...'.. 1 w lw w tn lyr I i"r3 .SO $L0) $ 1,50 $ 2,50 $ 4,00 $ 7,0C I Square UC I Squares l.M s.001 'sooloum 00 1 2,50 5,00 1 8,001 12.00 5,00 2,50 '(column 4.001 CM I 7,001 10,001 13.00 8,001 li00 20.00 4,00 7.00 1 9,00! U00 20.00 35.00 I column 6,00 9,00 I 12.00 I 20.00 I 35,00 60.00 Advertisement nm under contract, meat be mark ed the length of time desired, or they will be continued and charged for nntil ordered out. Special Notices, and extra displayed Adrertise mecta, 50 per cent mure. Deaths and Marriages iuserted gratis hut Obitnary Kotices charted half price. Transient Advertisement to be paid for invariably in sdranee. Veariy Advertiser will le charged extra for Dis solution and other Notices net connected with their r...

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. — 22 October 1862

AN EDITOR WANTED. We have been without a piper In our town a year or hmw Thourh we've had of printers rdenty ir And of editon a score. .5iSf en? wer "P" fellows, r . 8 lt"ont exception. ailed u pteasinc every man! For thia mighty fn we -shipped" them; J ow, we're sending forth a call or an editor to join us W ho will write to please n all: Others need not ask for favor. For of such we've had onr fill: w e will heed no applications - Save from those who till the bill. Well I mind the first among ut ' ' He by no means was the worst But we didn't teem to like him. dimply 'cause he was the first; tor. yoa know it is the enstom. Just to sacrifice a few; fro we placed onr heels upon him. ire we knew what he could do. ' nm fteJ fellow, w ith a prepossessing way. Who. but for a fatal blander. ould have doubtless, won the day; Hank, a crafty village merchant. Bought a puff to gain a "lift." i offensive other merchant beat the editor a-drift. S.rt we sent a learned committee lo a man from Bal...

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. — 29 October 1862

Western ID ICLE. VOL. 47, NO. 12. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2), 18(52. WHOLE NO. 2404. M 1 i mix v Hi Hardware Trade of '62 Oi'EXI 0 I P. 8 1 K I G S T O C K sow J-.IT A KlVlNK T R. H. BARNDW & CO.'S. ! DES1HOUS of operating, during tha present and omtng season, in what snay called a "lively cash and short time trade," at vary low rate of profit, in accordance with the ne eeasiues of war times, we shall offer to farmers boas builders, mechanics, merchants, tau mill (nan, house-keeper and all others, every de eri -tha of JJajgDwiaE, Hocse Paints, Axi.ks. Ikon. Kna. Gusa. Si&b. Donas and u-ns at rig,t low dextu Jigurm. ' Instead of keeping the biggest stock west of the moon tains, we have aimed to be supplied with every variety of goods in our line, which will be oaatastly replenished by direct shipments frnin the Eastern manufacturing districts and the large Job Bint Houses of New York. Boston and Philadelphia from whom, by recent arraugemcnts, we alt ...

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. — 29 October 1862

THECHRON IC LE . "WAEEEU, O. WEDXESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1A2. Going into Winter Quarters. Some of the army letter writers to the press ha ve intimated that it is the intention , of General "McClellan to mute no further . ? advance,. or active operation the present season. The words "eoine into winter quarters" send a cold chill to the heart of the whole country, and if it be true that another winter is to pass and the immense and well appointed armies of the north are to sit quietly down in the Potomac mud. while their rank3 are being thinned by disease, the country being burdened more and mora by the enormous and ac cumulating debt, and rebellion only more defiant, the while, it is time there should be a change in the leadership of that ar my. There has been too much at temptod glorification of high military officers at the expense of the lives of the nation's sol diera and of the nation's wealth ; quite too much bare-faced manamvering, to make popular a military man iu order to have a p...

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. — 29 October 1862

western Reserve .Chronicle TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. une Uuilar M ftflw Vemle, . advance.- Tiri. IhJ y pfmenl if mot static fa ativnrr. .V.i aw uanaiuuiini uum iui arrearages are paid oept at the option of the publishers. f Ad vert 11 ug. - Twelve lines e:jual to one inch in space, luake - .- -lw tw lw Sm I eu lyr I Square .50 1 1.00 1 $ 1,50 1 $ 2,50 1 $ 4.00 S 7,00 1 Square ( Sqi 1.001 2.001 3.501 5.U0I 8.001 12,00 1,50 3,00 5.00 1 7.001 10.001 16.00 'i column S column 231 7.001 6,081 9.001 3001 12.001 12.00J 20.001 1 column 6.001 9.00 1 12,00 1 20.00 1 35.00 1 20.00 35.00 60.00 Advertisements not under eon tract, must be mark ad the length of time desired, or they will be oatmned and cnaigea lor until ordered out. Special Notices, and extra displayed AdvertLe- tenta. 50 net eent more. Deaths and Marriages inserted gratis, but Obituary Notices charged hair price. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably is advanca. , . Vearljr Advertisers will be chanted extra for Dis solut...

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. — 29 October 1862

LEND A HAND TO ONE ANOTHER. OTHER. Lend a hand to one another. - In the daily toil of lifer ' ' When we meet a weaker brother, Let ns help him in his strife. There is none so rich but may In his turn be forced to borrow, Anil the poor man's lot to-day May become our own to-morrow. Lend a hand to one another hen malicious tonguee have thrown . ?T n,P'con on your brother. Be not prompt to oust a stone. There is none so rood but may Run adrift on shame and sorrow. And the best of men to-day May become the worst to-morrow. Lend aaaaa toone another. In the race for honor -crwn t Should it fall upon yowr brother. Let not envy tear it down. Lend a hand to all, wesav. In their sunshine and their sorrow. And the priie we've lost to-day. May become our own to-morrow. My Lost Key. BY AMY RANDOLPH. "I say, Philip, hare you seen my port monnaie?" Mr. Walter's brow contracted slightly at the words, and ho drew away the hand which had been caressing his wife's pret ty hair." "Is that port nionnaie...

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. — 5 November 1862

Reserve Chronicle; TERN VOL. 47, NO. 13. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 18G2. WHOLE NO. 2405. WES Hardware Trade of '62 SI'RIVG STOCK NOW AKRIV1XG AT R. H. BARNUM & CO.'S. ThSIKOUS of operatim;, during -a ' Ui present a ad coming season, ia what may be called a lively cash and short time trade," at a vary low rata of profit, in accordance with the ne eeaaitiee of war times, we shall offer to frrxers hoase builders, mechanics, merchants, steam mill men, house-keepers and all others, every descrip tion of BiiDriiE, Horsi PiixTs, Axles, Iron Nails, Glass, Sjsh, Dooas and Clinds at rieU - km aWwa Ararat. " Instead of keeping the "biggest stock west of the atowataiat, we have aimed to be supplied with .very variety of goods is our line, which will be oastafitly replenished by direct shipments from the Eastara annufactaring districts aud tha large Job bine Houses of Xew York, Boston aud Philadelphia from whom, by recant arrangements, wa are en abled to bay at ee...

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. — 5 November 1862

THEHRONICM. WEBStSDAT, SOTEXBEB 5, 1M1 How the Soldiers Vote. But there is no truth in the statement that there are more abolitionists in the army than democrats. We believe that two-thirds of the rank and file of the array are democrats, and in this we are fully corroborated by those whose oppor tunities for judging correctly are much better than ours. This we know, that last year in Philadelpha, the abolition candidate for Sheriff received a majority, excluding the army vote; but when the army vote was counted it was found that the democrat candidate was elected. We believe that such would be the result everywhere, was the army permitted to vote. In our own legislature last year, a bill was introduced to permit the volun teers from Ohio to vote at the annual election, and firry democrat nW for it and entry abolitionist against it. Warren Consti tution. Our remarks last week concerning the abscence of so large a part of the Union votes, in the army, and its effect on the late elect...

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. — 5 November 1862

western. Reserve .Chronicle TEAMS OF rilBSCRlPTION. Jm hoOar and fiftw ft. ,'a aoVmtre,- Two Itul y In " -mU U aticaace. No pe- per discontinued uulil mil arrearages are paitl ex- wfww i uie puonsBers. Rate or AdvrrttHinz. Twelve lines equal to one inch id apace, make w Sin 6m lyr 1 So.jreS ,S) $1,00 $ 1,50 $ 2.50 I $ 4.0U 7,00 1 Square. l.tt, I Sniiare1.50 1 2.00 3.001 5,001 8.001 12.00 10.001 16.6b 5.001 'eoIuma2iu .4 column 1,00 4.00 J V.00 6.091 8.001 12.00 1 9.00 12.001 20.001 20.00 S5.00 1 column 6,00 9.001 12.00 1 20.001 35.001 C0.00 A dvertiseinents not under contract, mast be mark ed ut length of time a Mired, or they will be continued and charged fur until ordered out, oueciad Notice, and extra displayed Advertise- utid, 50 per eent more. Deaths and Marriages inserted gratia, but Obituary Notieea charred half price. Traasteat Advertisements to be paid for invariably iu advance. Yearly Advertisers will be ehanred extra fur Pis- - aoiuUua mud other futures, nt conuected wun ...

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. — 5 November 1862

KATIE LEE AND WILLIE GREY. BY MARGARET VERNE. Two brown head with tossing carls ; Red lipi shutting over pearls : Bar feet white and wet with dew ; Two eyes black and two eyes blue Little boy and girl were they ; Katie Lee and Willie Grey. They were standing where a brook. Bending like a shepherd's crook. Flashed its silver, and thick ranks Of green willows tinned the banks ; Half in thought and half in play ; Katie Lee and Willie Grey. They had checks like cherries red ' He was tallei 'most a head : She, with arms like wreaths of snow. Swung a basket to and fro. As she loitered, half in play. Chattering to Willie Grey. -Pretty Katie." Willie said And there came a dash of red Through the brownnees of his cheek 'Boys are strong and girls are weak. And 1 11 carry, so I will. katie'i basket up the bill." Katie answered, with a lanfb, "You shall carry only half;" And then tossing back her curls; "Boys are weak as well as girls." Do you think that Katie guessed Hti the wisdom the express...

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. — 12 November 1862

, . rt--- - W .-.- A--""- .- .... 3STERN ESERVE IONICLE. WHOLE NO. 2406. VOL. 47, NO. 14.. WAKREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. .1802. Hardware Trade of '62 O'EXINO tP. r 11 I G STOCK NOW A HI VI NO T R. H. BARNUM & CIVS. DES1KOUS of operating, during the present aud samlnc season, is what may . be called a "lively cash and short time trade." at . a very low rate of profit, in aoeordanoe with the ns . cassities of war timet, we shall offer to Carmen boas bunders, mechanics, merchant, steam mill wan, house-keepers and all others, every deserin tioo of Hudyiii, Hotai Paixts. Axles. I ion Sails, Glxss. Sasb. Sooks and Elixds at right turn Uhcu four. Instead of keeping the biggest stock west of the ' moon taint." we hare aimed to be supplied with every variety of roods in our Hue, which will be constantly replenished by direct shipments from the : Foster, manufaeturinr districts and the large JoW tuns Houses of New York, Bum on and Philadelphia from whoa, by raeeat...

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. — 12 November 1862

TBECHRNICLE. "W-A-iarREiisr, o. WEBXESD4T, SOTEXBER 13, 1S62. Removal of McClellan. The news that Major General McClel lan had been relieved of his command, and that Gen. Rurnsido is appointed in his stead, is neither "unwelcome news, nor wholly unexpected. The very damaging and uncontradicted articles upon McClel lan which have appeared from time to time in Wilke's Spirit of tho Times, have not left his reputation wholly free from the taint of treason, hut whether he real ly deserves to be charged with such a crime or not, it is certain that as a Gener al, he has made a disastrous and ignomin ious failure. The latter is sufficient cause for his removal. Success is the criterion which should be applied to all the high officers of the army, and whenever one of them falls short of absolute success, let him be put asidu. There is too much at stake in this war to allow the life blood of the nation to be wasted longer, for the purpose of pandering to political ends, or bolstering up the ...

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. — 12 November 1862

"Western Reserve Chronicle TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Une JMlar mud Fifti Crntt, ia advonrr,- Tm M - tmrm. if paumnemt is not mad in mdmture. No pa - for discontinued until nil arrearages are paid x - eept at the option of the publishers. Kaitr or AtlvertUtag, Twelve lines equal to one inch in space, make a square. Iw I w m l Square $ .50 $1.00 I $ 1,50 I $ 2.50 $ 4,00 $ 7.00 t Squares J.0C 2.00 1 3.50 1 5.00 1 8,001 12.00 ) Susan 1.501 8.00 I 5,00 1 7.00 1 10.00 I 16,00 eolamn 2.501 4.001 6.081 8.001 12.00 1 20.00 hi column 4.00 1 7.001 9.001 12.00 1 20.00 35.00 1 column 6.001 9,00 1 12,001 80.00 1 35.00 1 60.00 Advertisements not under contract, most be mark ed the length of time desired, or they will he contind and charged for until ordered out. Special Notice, and extra displayed Advertise ments, 50 per cent more. . Deaths and Marriages iuserted gratia, but Obituary , Kotioea charred half price. . :Trwisieat Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. - Tearty advertisers w...

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. — 12 November 1862

THE CAETE DE VISITE. Our Colonel was one of the fim to il, bbot dead on the field by a rifle ball A braver heart than his never bled." A!rIoop ft the winter's art were they: I he soldier with scarred and sunburnt face ; l fti hu?4 irL fuU f yoo'h end grace ; , Attd her aged mother, wrinkled and tray. . n Tk tnre ' Porch where the sunlight came, through the tangled loaves of the jasmine vine. Pilling-itself like golden wine. And flecking the doorway with its rinrs of flame. The soldier had stopped to rest by the way. or the air was sultry with summer heat; literoad was like ashes under the feet. And a weary distance before him lay. e' terrible fight our ensign was shot He fH? ?? to Vk our colors, and , uu me aeii-saine spot. "A hanosome boy was this last. His hair Clustered in curls round his noble brow, n almost fancy I see him now, Mb (he scarlet stain on his lace so fair." " vS."1 was hlf Dmt nve To never heard ? here was he from, this youth who fell "W JOUX "'f'O'ent, stranger, w...

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. — 19 November 1862

Reserve Chromcle RN - - - . .:- rr- ..: - .., .. ,; ' jljljl w jl i jl vyjLax. - " " " - -. - - . . . . VOL. 47, NO. ir. WAKREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1!), 182. WHOLE NO. 2407. Hardware Trade of '62 OPEMMO HP. S 1 K 1 G STOCK ' NOW A - III VI G T R. H. BARNUM & CO.'S. D ESI UOUS of. operating, during til preseat and umiit kmio, ia what may b called a "lively cash and short time trade.- at TerT low rte f profit, in accordance with the ne cessities of war time, we shall offer to farmer how bnilders, mechanics, merchant, steam mill nan, housekeepers and all others, avery descrip tion -f lUaowitr. Hori Paikts. Axles. Inr.it bails, ULiss. t-iSH. Lkx.ES and :luds at ritikl torn Oman Jtfmrti. Instead wf keeping the "bigffeai stock west of the moan tains," era hare aimed to be supplied with -fn fHty Of food In oar line, which will be constantly replenished by direet shipmeuU from the Eastern manufacturing districts and the lance Job bine Howses of Sew York. Boston a...

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. — 19 November 1862

THE CHRONICLE. vrnvrc v a IT " . nuiuiBiit tv. 1S62. Effect of the Emancipation Proclamation in the South. The change in the tone of the rebel pa pers since the issuing of the President's Emancipation Proclamation, is very great, and when f.ry confess that doubt, terror, and dismay areprevalent in the very heart ofrebeldom, there is no room for doubt as to whether there is not good caue for The Richmond naners tell tales of frightful demoralization in that cifv, of great destitution of verv many articles of necessity, want of wholesome food, the ragged and shoeless condition of a large part of the rebel armies, the depreciation of the confederate currency, one dollar in specie being worth two dollars and sixty cents of confederate scrip, outspoken charges of corruption, extravagance, and negligence on the part of their highest of ficers,-the taking of the oath of allegiance to the United States Government by six ty thousand of the citizens of New Orleans and vicinity, in consequence...

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. — 19 November 1862

Western! Reserve Chronicle TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION". T4'rrir.7To: per discontinued until ail arrearage are paid ex- cpt at tbe option ut the publishers. Katn r AeHertiains;, oaf Twelve line equal to one inch in apace, wake a Sstuare. tw 3w w I m Ijr i Square ,50 $1.00 $ L59 $ 2,50 $ 4.00 I $ 7.00 Square 2.00 1 3.50 1 5.001 8,001 12.00 i Squares 1.50 1 3,00 1 5.00 1 7.00 1 10.00 1 16.00 t; column 2.60 1 4.001 6.091 8,001 12,001 H column 4.001 7.001 9.001 12.001 20.001 20,00 I column 6.00J 9.001 12,001 20,00 1 35.00 1 60.00 Advertisements not under contract, must be mark ed the length of time desired, or they will be ontinned aud ehatged for until ordered oat. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertis. aenU, 50 per cent more. Death and Marriages inserted gratia, bat Obituary Koboe. charged half price. Transient Advert iseuieuts to be paid for invariably ia advance. Yearly Advertisers will be charged extra for Dis solution and other Notices. not connected with Puaines Cards, not eaee...

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. — 19 November 1862

[Ignatius to Polycarp—both Martyrs.] "STAND AS AN ANVIL WHEN IT IS BEATEN DOWN." BY BISHOP DOANE. 'Stand like an anvil !' when tbe stroke Ot stalwart strength fall fierce and last : Menus bat mora deeply root the oaks. Vt hose brawny arms embrace the blast. 'sid,uk an nvil r when the sparks i ly far and wide, a fiery shower : VP?' and trntn ""t iU be marks here malice proves its want of power. 't-tand like an anvil!' when tbe bar Lies red and glowing on its breast ; luty shall be life's leading star. And conscious innocence its rest. 'Stand like an anvil !' when the sound Of ponderous hammers pains the ear; Thine but the still and stern rebound Of the rreat heart that cannot fear. 'Stand like an anvil !' noise and heat Are born of earth and die with time The soul, like God, its source and teat. Is solemn, still, serene, sublime. "Be Courteous" at Home. 1 Peter iii. 8-12. Why not be polite ? How much does it cost to say. I thank you ! Why not prac tice it at home to your husband, to ...

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. — 26 November 1862

Western7 Reserve i .... i . SsA ........ 'k i i :i n T njr n i ; f VOL. 47, NO. 10. r. i f -' . - WHOLE NO. 2408. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2G, 18(52. i CHRONICLE :i!lJ.!u Hardware Trade of '62 OPENING 1 P. SPRIVG STOCK NOW A K RIVING AT R. E. BARNUM & CO.'S, DESIKOUS of operating, during the present and aominc season, in whet may be sailed a "lively cash and short time trade." at a very low rate of profit, in accordance with the ne eearities of war time, we shall offer to farmers hoae bailders. mechanics. merchants, (team mill men, keoee-keepers and alt others, every deserip ' tion of IIakdtabk. Uoc.sk Piists. Axles. Iioh. Nam, Glim, Sash, Doom and Linns at riohl eWaWajttfwrvt. ' : " " ' Instead of keeping the biggest stock west of the . snoantaiaa," we have aimed to be supplied with rery variety of geuda ia oar line, which will be constantly replenished by direct shipments from the Eastern manefacturias districts and the larjre Job- bine Houses of Kew ...

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. — 26 November 1862

THECONICLR WEPXESDAT, KOVEXBT.K 26, 1S6S. Mr. J. F. Bollmeyer and the "Dayton Empire." ; : ( - Mrs. Bollmeyer, the mother of t lie late J. F. Bollmeyer, late editor ol the Dayton . Empire, who was killed a short time since in Dayton, has published a rard in the Warren Constitution, in which she refers in not very complimentary terms, to our notice of the death of her son, and the paper which he published. We believe that Mr. B. was an affectionate and duti ful son, a kind husband and father, and an exemplar' private citizen. If his pri rate character had been otherwise than good, we should not have touched upon it at all; that is a matter with which, when a man is dead, the public has no concern. But the reputation of a news paper is public property, and when we speak of the "Dayton Empire," the organ of that arch traitor, Vallandigham, we but speak the sentiments of all loyal men when we use far different language. Jtucb allowance should be made for the feelings of a mother, harrow...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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