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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 26 November 1862

v Western Reserve Chronicle TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. (m Dollar mud rift Vrnlt. iu nJvanrr; Tun J)J- er, y paymn aol wwi ia aitoaker. A u pa- .- par uiKunuDuea unm an arrearages are l-ai.l ax capi ai ine onion oi me putiiisber. f AsivFrtlsta;. wTwelv tinea equal tooue inch in a pare, mak a exinara. I tw Iw I mna 1 Square $ ,50 1 1.0u $ U50 1 $ 2.50 1 $ 4.0U $ 7.UU Square. L."l 2.00 1 8.501 6.00X 8,00 112.00 10,001 16.00 ISqnareg 1.50 1 3.001 5.001 7,001 '-i column 2.501 J.00 1 6;0 column 4.00 1 7.00 1 9,00 3001 12.001 12.001 20.001 20.00 35.00 60.00 t column 6.001 9.0U I 12.00 1 20.0H 35,00 1 A A TNrtiMmantfi am under on tract, most ba mark ad the length of time desired, or they will ba continued aud cnargeu lor until eraerea one Special Notice, and extra displayed Advertise w.nli 5.) tMMr rent more. Deaths and Marriage iuserteJ gratia, but Otiilnary Notice charged half price. Transient Advertisements to be aid for invariably to advance. ..... , . , w. Vrlv A.ivarliMN will he charged e...

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. — 26 November 1862

THE SNOW. 0h ! the snow, the beautiful mow. Filling the sky and earth below ; Over the house-toi.s. over the street. Over the heads of the people you meet. Dancing, Flirting, , Skimming along. S Beantifol nowl it ean do nothing wrong, ; Hying to kiss a fair lady', cheek. Clinging to hp iB a frolicksome freak. Beautiful snow from the heaven above, fure a an angel, gentle as love 1 "Oh ! the snow, the beautiful snow. How the flakes gather and laugh as they go ! W hirling about in its maddening fun. It plays in its glee with every one. Chasing, Laughing. Hurrying by. It lights np the face and it sparkles the eye 1 And even the dogs, with a bark and a bound. Snap at the crystals that eddy around. The town is alive, end its heart in a glow. To welcome the coming of beautiful snow ! Curing Disease by Eating, Grapes— Curing Disease by Eating, Grapes— The "Grape-Cure" as Practised at Burkhelm. It U one great advantage of the homeo pathic system of medical practice that the potions are easy ...

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 December 1862

VOL. 47, NO. 17. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3,-1862. WHOLE NO. 2409. Reserve G.HKOMGEE: Hardware Trade of '62 OPENING IP. S1VU1 n G STOCK NOW A;KI VINO T R. E BARNUEI & CO.'S. TKS1K0US of operating, during - the present and aotning mm, in what may be eailed a flivelr eaah and short time trade." at a very low rate af profit, in aoeordanee with the ae eaaaitiea af war times, we ahall offer to fanners lhoasa bailaars, seohaniea. merchants, steam mill ana, hoase keepers and all others, erery descrip wn at BdteV Blips Paihts, Axles. Iok Hails. Gisaa, Bsaa, Jwi jsnd Alike at rieti Instead of keeping the "biggest stock watt uf the moantaiaa." e hare aimed to b. supplied ith very variety of goods in our line, which will be constantly replenished by direct shipments from tile Eastern manuCaetaring districts and the lance Job- biac Hewses of New York. Boston and-Philadelpbia from whom, by recent arrangements, w. are en abled to bajr at Mff lorn rait, bene, eaa. aud...

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 December 1862

THECHROnCLR "WABBEIT, O. WEDXESDAT. BECEMBEB S. 1862. The President's Message. j But a partial synopsis of the message is received ms we go to press. If not too Jontt we will give it next week. Belief for Soldiers' Families. ' Mcssrt. EJUon: Permit me through your paper to state a few facts, with refer ence to the County Relief Fund of this Co. There are those who, either wilfully, or through ignorance, grossly misrepresent the design, amounts and power of the County Commissioners to grant relief from this Fund ; thereby causing much trouble to the soldiers' families, and thoee who have to disburse the money. The Legislature of 1860-61 passed an act au thorising a levy for this object, of one-half mill on thn dnllnr nf ell iha faveKla erty of any county in the State, by the County Commissioners thereof. The Commissioners of this County, anticipa ting the authority thus given, (and from the pressing necessities and demands of the families of volunteers for relief,) bor rowed from 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. — 3 December 1862

Western' Re'serve - Chronicle TERMS OF sSlBsCKIl'TluX. im Vollar and fifty Vmtt, ts aJvanem; Tax M iare, if )MyMaf m mutf uuttle in advance. So Nt ptt discontinued uutil alt arrearages arc paid ox celt t at the option of th publishers. . Kate of Advertising, T" Twelve line equal to one iuch iu apace, wake a Square. r 1st w w ' 8na I 6m I bouare $ .50 1 $1,00 $ L50 I $ 2.50 I $ 4.UU I $ 7.00 ttioj 1.0C I 2.00 1 3.501 5,001 8.001 12,00 16,00 4 Square 1,50 S.00 I 5.001 7.001 10.001 '4eolumo i.50 1 4.001 6.091 8.00 1 12.00 1 80,00 eolsVa. I 7.00 1 9.001 12.00 1 30.00 1 85.00 I column .t. 9.00 12.001 20.001 3a,"C i 00 Advertisements am under contract, most be mark ed tbe length of time desired, or they will be eontiaued aad charged for until ordered out. Special Notice, aud extra displayed Advertise ment. 60 per cent mure. Deaiae aad Marriages inserted (rati, but Obituary Notices charted half price. Transient Advertisements to be paid lor invariably in advance. Yearly Advertisers will be...

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 December 1862

NATURE'S TEACHINGS. FROM POLLOCK. The aeasons came and vent, and vent and came. To teach men gratitude; and a they paes'd. Oare warning of the Upie of time, that else Had stolen unheeded by. The pestle flowers Retired, and. ttoopingo'er the wilderness, ?alk'd of humility, and peace, and lore, he dew came down unseen at evening-tide. And silently their beauties shed, to teach. Mankind unostentatious charity. With arm in arm the forest rose on high. And lemon rave of brotherly regard. And. on the ragged mountain-brow exposed. Bearing the blast alone, the ancient oak Stood, lifting hitch his mighty ana, and still To murage in distress exhorted load. Ibreete, The flocks, the herds, the bird, the streams, the Attuned the heart to melody and lore. Mercy stood in the cloud, with eye that wept Essential lore ; and from her glorious bow. Bending to kins the earth in token of peace. With her own lips, her gracious lips, which God Of sweetest accent made, she whisper'd still, She whisper's 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. — 10 December 1862

i :UIT i;VOL. 47,- No: 18. ,ii if .. i .i WARREN, TIUJArHULL COUNTY. OIITO, WEDNESDAY, DECEfBER 1018(i2.' h WHOLE NO. 2410. Hardware Trade of 'G2 V U I AG STOC k XOW A KlVlNi: iT 1 1j ' BL H. 'BARNUM & C0.'S. 111! L.- e.4 i :.-. T ESI ROUS of operatln ' during JL' " the present and coming season, in wbat mar b. called a "lively cash and short lime trade." at very low rate of profit, in accordance with thsut- ccsaities of war times, we shall off or to farmers hoaae bniMera, ueohauica. worcbauta. steam mill uien,lioase-keewri and all other, erery Jiworip tioa of HiaDTAU, House Paints. Axlks, Iron, XaUS, Gliss, Sash, Dooas and lixds at rlvU low for jKtarM. ' ""InstaaJ ofVeepiuf the bigreat stock west of the ooaii tains, we have, aimed to b. supplied Uh every rarulr of goods in our line,, which will be constantly replenished by direct shipments from the Eastern uianubcturinc districts and the large Job (Wc House lit t'X Ijosfon aui) Philadelphia I rout vbuib. oy reoem arrangeuieuu, ...

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 December 1862

ABBEIT, O. WCDXESDAT, DECEMBER IO. 162. The Rebels Expected Aid from Vallandigham and his Party. A Writer In the Atlanta, Ga. Intelligencer (one of the most ultra traitorous pa pers of the South,) sharply reviews Bragg'a Kentucky campaign, blames him severely for failing to take and burn Cincinnati, and openly admits that forcible aid was - expected from Vallandigham and men of his ilk. He says: Had General Bragg done his duty as well and promptly as General Smith did, Louisville would have been ours, Cincin nati would have furnished us supplies, while Columbus Ohio, might have been our headauarters. Then would the Val- landighamsof Ohio, and the Bright of Indiana, have rallied to the issuing of Gen. Bragg's noted proclamation; then would many thousand friends in Ohio, Indiana and Illinois have joined the Southern army; then, too, could General Bragg, having cut off the Western from tha Eastern States, have whispered terms of Doace into the Northwestern ear; and then miglJl we nave ...

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 December 1862

TV. Western Reserve 'Chronicle . ,-wERM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. --: ijn IMl-tr 4 V CenU. in odsaac,. Tm Ikii itir. jMriwcaf w wot mtrir in adrmnt-e. S a pm rr discontinued until all arreaimras iue paid ex cept at the o.li.iu of the ptblutcn. Rt mt Advex-tlelnc, Twelvi Unas equal to one inch ia .pace, make CxtUMC Iw tw w an tm lyr 1 Sou gtfl fl.Ot) $ 1,50 1 $ 2.50 $ 4.00 1 $ 7.00 Sour. i.dC I v Ofl 1 3.50 1 5.00 1 8.00 I J Suuar.es 'l,50 S.00 1 6.00 1 7.001 10,001 HOB V column 2.50 1 Sulmua 4.001 4.00 7.00 f 8.001 12.001 12.60! 20.00 9,001 30,001 35,00 I column 9,001 12,00 1 20.00 1 35.00 60,00 under contract. Bust be D ark l th. Ur.xli of time desired, or they will be continued and chanted foe until ordered out. Special Xotioee. and extra displayed Advertis Deaths and Marriage inserted gratis, but Obituary Notices chanted hslf price. . Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably X early Advertisers will be ehareed extra for Dis solution ana oiner .iun,n their reruhir business. . Vu...

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 December 1862

[From the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin.] THE NATIONAL THANKSGIVING. - GIVING.- THE NATIONAL THANKSGIVING. BY CHARLES HENRY BROCK. t- notey all rush back to-night, -; " 11ThIkiTintdavsi.f old. r ; u'S Ann,,ni1 leaves were beautiful ik Auunin' mellow gold : a e Joyous hours and yearaiug hearts. Ana Domes of goodliest cheer. ' Kepeated to the Kation'a Uod Ihe fulness of the year. U. 0 for the prayers onr futhers knew 1 m-T for ,ne ""hers' shrine' here rath ered all the kflh and kin O' one eaArafcce line: W hile all their homes, from shore to sea. Lay ruddier in the blaie tLrv eeB der November time - A Deacon light of praise! ' III. - : rtTLn?', ,in m onl to-Bight, . 1 j"4 halcyon peace of yore. . mocks the morrows struggling thauk. or blood and blight and war 1 " i'Odlee on my brow, that shame. Ihese latter days rehearse: tvr winds that bear the .Northern prayer Horn I bark the Southern curse 1 'iv. AlaJ ' for gone and gladsome chimes Of the ckl thanksgiving peal : Alas 1 for perished...

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 December 1862

ESTERN VOL. 47, N() WARREN, TRmmULL COUNTY :'OHf$ :;WEi)NKSlM DECEMIffiR 17. 18(i2. WHOLE NO. 2411. w 1!). - -:' ' Hardware Trade of '62 ' : OPENING IP. H I' K I TG STOC K NOW ARRIVING AT H E ! BARNUM & CO.'S. DKS1KOUS of operatin.;, during tie reseat and coming season. In shat may ; be called a "lively cash aad short time trade," at . very low rate f profit, in accordance with the ne cessities of war times, we shall offer to farmers noaso Mulders, meenanie. merchant-!, steam mill snaa, house-keepers and all others, every dewrip lion of Uaotiii, Uocsl PsiJiTS, Axles. Iron. JiiLS. Ulase, Sash. Doors and Zlikds at viyAr fowoWa Apart. ......... : , Instead of keering the "bigtrest stock west of the ssounUrai," we hare aimed te be supplied with . every variety af aeons in Mr line, -which will be . eeastantlv rapleaished by diret shipments from the Mstera manantctarinc districts and the large Job bing Houses of N ew York. Bostna and Philadelphia from whom, by recent arrangements, we ...

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 December 1862

THE CHRONICLE. - - rwrBB-EiaV O. WEPTESDAT. DECEMBER 17. 186. The President's Message There seems Jo i ua tliveirnity of opin- ion among candid readers of unbiased 'minds as t the. meritorious and outsDo- ken character of President Lincoln's late 'Annual Message. While there are a . fcy percriticai fault-finders who ex . . tibit more rancorous partiinn zeal than patriotic wisdom in their loose criticism, tne !rea$ mass are satisfied with its out poken, manly, temperate and humane i.j tone. Unlike similar documents from ' Mr. Lincoln's more immediate predeces- ors, his message grasps the live issues of the day with a rigor and willingness that ; plainly indicates a determination to bold- ly meet every responsibility involved in his position. The President proclaims to the .nation end the civilized world, that the instigating cause of the fierce intestine strife that now divides and embroils the nation, is Slavery. This fact, patent to 1 y unprejudiced, patriotic mind, calls loudly fo...

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. — 17 December 1862

ttTestern Reserve Chronicle TERAIS -OP SUBSCRIPTION. - Ums itvilar mmd f'iftw Omit, m axieaaee Tv Oal 1 . Utrrn. y ynyaieMf w no( made m shfosMce. Xo pa ; r eUscoulinued until sdl arrearages paid ex - ,ept at the optioa of tii publishers. . . - Vsr Twelve fines equal to one inch ia par. make "-. " lw 8w tw Asm '! Jyr i Square 3gi 0 1 $1.00 t $ L&l 2.30 1 4.00 i 7.00 l.UC I 2.08 1 3.501 5.001 6.001 12.00 L50I S.00I 5.001 7.001 10.901 16.00 2.501 4.001 4.001 6,0l 8.001 12.001 .00 7.001 8,001 12.00J 20.00 1 85.00 I column 6.00 1 8.00 1 12.00 I 20.00 1 35.00 J nMii. hai muliw MntitA mis m mark th Imrth of time desired, or they will b .u.t;Haj mnA kimmI fne until ordered out. - "ssrinl Kotieea, aod extra displayed Advertise 4l iu. .Mil Ml re 1 . Deaths and Marriages inserted gratis, but Obituary t Kotieea efaarvod half pri. ' Transient AdTertuement to o paid for UTanably . Yearly Adrartawti will be hantd xtra Sr Di- aoluuoa ana omer .uuva, m wunwiw - their rerular biuineaa. muaneai C...

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 December 1862

From an English Paper. The Widowed Sword. POETRY OF THE WAR. They hare sent me the sword that my brave boy On the field of his young renown '.wort. On the last red field, where his faith was sealed. And the ran of bit days went down. Away with the teari That are blinding me ao; There U joys in hu yean, , . Though his ynang head be low; . AM 1 H eaae with a solemn daliglit everaioiw, --Ob the f word that my brave boy wore. Iwai tor freedom and home that I (are him away, . Liire the soasof hi rare of old: And though, a ed and fray, I am childless this day: He is dearer a thousand fold. There's glory above him To hallow bis name A land that will love him Who died for its fame : Alii a solace will shine.whea my old heart in sore. Round the sword that my brave boy wura. " All so noble, so true how the' y stood, how they teu in tne Battle, the plag- d the cold; Oh. as bravely and well as e re stors could toll Of the flowers ef the heroes of old. Like a sword through the foe Was that fearf...

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 December 1862

QJ . 2? ,oieo ':-. j; "... Lvt' f s T f ? ' i 4i 1 . 6.1 .,T i. VOL.. 47, N(). 20. ' VVARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY. -DECEMBER '24.' 1862 WHOLE NO. 2412. 1 . H-K.Mv K -' JX. Ai W -A , Jl "V V u a ;. -eta X . t-: t:-. TO ...O.- tra. :,f.v. IF ice.:it4 1 t i m 1 's a - Hardware Trade of '62 OPENING I P. S P !MV G STOCK NOW.AHRIVISO AT X JL BARNUM & CO.'S. .3:. X ; : .i.e,.ii! .... ... sj; iv -'- .) . ' - i : - . wl ia i- - 1. f-i. ... .. - . I -caiKUU9. .M.- operating, daring -k ' V -Mr -tie present and eominr mum, in what may beeallede "livelv cash and ihort time trade. at a. j;. very low rata of profit, in aonorrianes with th. oe .. .. - j oaauLMl f wartimes, we shall offer to farmer! beilders, mechanics, mere hunts, steam cull "' Ban, house-keeper and all others. every deserip--. j V ttan of Hiaewitc, Hooaa Pjnrra, Axles, Iro, a-' Hails), tHies, 6xsa, Doom and Jlikds at riVaf few clears banal . .-.; J Instead of keepinc the "big-wt stock west of the Qantaim." we bar,...

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 December 1862

THEjCHRONXC IjE ytDXESDAT. DECEKRCB i, 1G. The Friends and Foes of Democracy. - r z t , re fcTTA jutui vi Uuio Democracy. llis name is placed at wi-tb bead of several butternut prints as . the ipan most worthy the nomination of . tnat party for Governor next -fall. He Las jtMsently risited various points in the ' State, where fcntternuts do mostly coh . ' . P"4'. d counseled with his brother negrophohiaists on their mutual troubles and embarrassments. It is recorded of i iutwua v uu m&i no once excimniea " , against his tormentors, ,-0, that mine en emy would write a book." Probablv Job anticipated thai his enemy would ."con demn himself "out of his own' mouth," ; , ' ' more clearly than he could by the sever- est criticism. Valandigham baa perforni ; ed for the Union Party a service qnite as - important as writing a book. lie has " "'made a speech, in which he presents a - . catalogue of tho nnnnnentc l.ia ruief.- k&j to resist in its semi-secession career. He arraigns thec...

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 December 1862

T" ' ' ; 4 Western Reserve Chronicle t--r: TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On Diar and Fiflr Cat, in advance; 7W IhJ- lurs. if payment m mat muni w ..ewecc. No pa - per discontinued until all arrearages lire paid ex ccpt at tbe option ot the publishers. Kate T AwTtllw5, STwelv Une equal toon. inch ia space, make Square. '. - ' lw 1 : w ! Im lyr -I tstnar. f JSC 1.00 1.50 I $ 20 I $ .W I v T.OO 1 Soaare 1.0C I 2.001 8,50 1 5.001 8.001 12.00 i Square 1.50 S.00 I 6.00 7.001 10.001 16.00 ooluma column .1 eolumn 2.301 6.00! 4.00 7.00 f 9.00 r 6.09i 12.00 1 8.001 12,001 20,00 12.001 20.00 35.00 20.001 35,001 60.00 ijMtiimiMitinM under contract, must d. mark ed the length of time desired, or they will be continued and enargea ir until ururnxi hi. Sixeial Notices, and extra displayed Advert lie n,.,. rJl flu t ffinre. Deatiis and Marriages inserted gratis, but Obituary " NeMea charged halt price. . . Transient Advertisement to be raid for invariably Y early Uvertiaer will, be chaired extra for Dis s...

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

THE SNOW STORM. Old W"irters Bowet aM Mooming bowj-.' Tp air is filled with petals brunt : And earth is wearing' on nor brow . A crown of mingled green and white. They eotne, those flewers, from the sky, . To hide each stain the earth has niade: Tja all the Weil -trod paths they lit ijConcealing- footsteps that have arrayed. Oh snow ! how like the reil of lov-e Thrown e'er man's faults by kindly heart; Both come ail glorious from above, . . , And both perforin an angel's part. 'Be rack a mantle throws o'er nie. When I have closed my earthly years: -And when my spring einttl make me free. Like earth, all beautiful appear. Rich Clergymen in Boston. Tie clergytnen of Boston are not all of n them rigid observers of the Catholic' tow of poverty, judging Ij the tax rolL ; Rev. N. I" FrothiDgham, D. D., is taxed on '1-, '. $248000; Eev. Thomas Worcester. D. D., -"- on ,57,000; Eight Eev. John B. Fitzpat ti rkt, P- D., Bishop of Boston, on $92,700; Bight Eev. Manton Eastburn, D. D., $52. 40...

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. — 31 December 1862

iESTEEN VJ 17 0. 1,7;:. I H 1 1 . : .: -'- 'H.- 1 l-" VOL. 47, NO. 21. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1802. WHOLE NO. 2413. I- .- V Lvt Sl.-J I-.- .- - - V n 5 mi v: r Hardware Trade of '62 DPEXiJJfi rp. SPRI G STOCK NOW A " HIVING T R. a BARNUM & C0.'S. W DESIKOU-S "f operating;, during .- the present an! coming teaaua. in what may be celled a "lively euh and short lime trado," at -, a very low nti ofprsfit, in accordance with the ne cessities of war time. shell offer to farm en c has builders, mechanics, merchants, Una will aisn, house-keepers snd all ethers, every tleeerip ties vr Habdamc,T1ocsi Pinrrg, Axlis. Ikos. TSauS, Glass, Sa. Duoas and Iliads at rigii ItntdtnnJStwrm. ? ' ''' jastoai of keepiss the "biggest stock wait of the snoanUins, we Tuva aimed to be supplied with .vary variety of gauds in our line, trhioh' will be caestaatly replenished by direct shipments From the Eaetera saanafactsring districts and the large Job ' bing Houses of New York. B...

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. — 31 December 1862

THE CHRONICLE . WEDJTESDAT. DECEXBER SI, 1S2. Letter from Charley Harmon. MosrREEsnoRo Pikk, kir ) 1. , . 'v. Nashville, Dec. 22d, 1SC2. J CAromc Friends. Ten mouths ago, the -.--'Wiassiv dirision of General Nelson, first of all the- Army of the Ohio, took pos sesion of Nashville and planted the stars and stripes npon the Capitol, where they have since waved in defiance of the ram' .-, pant sesb, who dwell beneath their folds, and who oft seek nml ever wish that th Confederate bars may proudly displace them. But it would take an iron bail of whistling ball, and bursting shell and .' fiercw charges of the cold steel to wrest the federal arms that man the manv bul warked heights which dot the suburbs - and command the approaches to the " city.' The 4th division rests seme three fourths of a mile to the left of where it encamp ed last winter, missing much the sheet iron stoves, with which each tent was then supplied, but enured to toil, and toughened by eighteen hundred miles of marchi...

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