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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 31 December 1862

Western" Reserve Chronicle - 7'. -1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. paw Dollar and Fiflw Ornts. in advance; Tin Ool- mm, i) payment awe mmd in i pa- - per diseoutinued until ail arrearages an paid ex cept at th epliua ot th publishers. f AdvertlaUeg., . - Twelre Una equal to one inch in space, make a bouars. - . i'w I lyr - 1 Bouars $ .50 1 $1.00 1 $ L50 1 i Z&S I $ . I i 7,00 " i Saaary 2.00 1 8.50 1 5.001 Ju 12.08 tScttaree 1.50 1 8.001 6.001 T.00I 10.00 16.00 Si cola-ma 4,08 1 6,01 -t-OOt 12.00 1 20.00 eclama 100 T.00) 9,001 COO 20.001 35.00 -: ijigluinn 6.001 .00l 12.001 .tO.OOt 85.00 1 60,00 ' Advertisements not andor contract, mart b mark - -ad th length of time denied, or they will be ratinued and ehaiged for aetil ordered Oct. - V Special Notices, and extra risplayad Advertiae , SO per cent mora. Tjeaths and Marriage inserted gratis, bat Obituary Kotieea charged half price. - . Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably ia advaaao. ' Yearly Advertisers will le eharsed ext...

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. — 31 December 1862

NORAH'S REMONSTRANCE. Jfow, Terrenes, hve don wid yer taxing, -. Do yoa be aisy and let ma alone ; Iff th. xkhi from me fingers ye're squaring : ' " Sara ye think they're as hard u yer own! I'm worried to death wid yer prating. And frightened rlane out of me life; So pray don't be idly eonsating - on'll ever catch me for a wife; "What is it you say ? that I'm Joking? That you won't budge an inch from mt tide? Jndade now, ye 're mighty provoking, And I don't know which way to decide.- - I'm just like a bird that the fowler " Ii coaxing down into his snare; -- Oeh, Xerrence, ye sly, scheming prowler. , e're hunting my hps, I declare 1 Lava off, air ! How dare ye to do it I I suppose, as ye will hare yer way. I'd bettor (bnt mind me, ye'U rue it !) - Plaa. yer whim by just naming the day. ' Don't think it'i for love I'm consenting Oeh, murfher ! yeVe stopping my breath But only is ho pef of preventing Meself being bothered to death I Negative Smoking. " A story is told of a prime 3 our...

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. — 7 January 1863

T HE CHRONICLE -'-.'.-.--....,...l:K o. WEPSESBAT. JAM ARV fib. IMS. The Opening of 1863. The great political event that shall sig nalize the first day of January, 1S03, in American history, will consist of the Emancipation rroclamntion of President Lincoln. It inaugurates a rear of jubilee to millions of the dovrn-trodJen and op- pressed sons and daughters of Africa, who hare long stretched forth their im ploring hands to Heaven for help against their petty despot masters. But a day of deliverance 1ms at last come, not as a measure of justice to them, but as an in exorable necessity, induced by the mad ambition and infernal pride of Southern traitors, who in their great anxiety for the perpetuation of Slavery, sought overturn the very power that made secure in their villainv, and ,'',foro instead of making Slave'ry sf"a&T' the-v tripped it of its strenc"1 1 hastened to a rapid fulfilnion' '" cvhhod hopes and expectation of tlle philanthropic and Chrisf'"" men of a11 nations. Jt...

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. — 7 January 1863

v KTestern Reserve? Chronicle IERM; OF SUDSC1U1TIOX. 0e-IW?nr rW y?, W ,a advincr,- 7V IXU-'---' trrT T "mrfe ' mwh.c. ho pa f "?!LC?tu,,M!?1 uil " wrearages are lvid ex V at the oUon of the publishers. Kale of AdTerUalnc, Twelve line equal to one inch in space, make . uare. r- " w wlt)w Sm lyr i uare j. jo $ltoo $ 1,50 1 2.50 1 4,00 1 7.0U JApiarl.(CJ2,00 a0 5.U0 8,Uu 12.00 Square 1.50 1 3.001 5.001 7.001 10.001 16.00 6.08J 9.001 j,m 12,001 12,00J 20.001 20,00 35.00 jj eolnmn4.08 1 7.6oT tHnma 6.001 9,001 12.00 1 20,00 1 35.001 J60.00 Advertisements noi under eon tract, nut be mark .;, ed the length of time desired, or they will be ' sontinued and charged for until ordered owe Special Notice, and extra displayed Adrertise- stents, 50 per cent more. .- Veaihi and Marriages insertedjTraii, but Obituary - Xotiees charged half price. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably is advance, Yearly Advertisers mill be charged extra for Dis , , . aolution and other Notices, nut conn...

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. — 7 January 1863

CARRIER'S ADDRESS OF THE Western Reserve Chronicle. 1863. A" nt me brooding darkness tills my sad heart lilts flood. And the ink with which I'm writing Trace line. a red a blood. rpm the clime of froien winter lo the land of orange bloom, -vwy hamlet is in mourning Every household deep in (loom. Oh. the weeping and the sighing nif 0IL ' ne ""'"foe of life 1 Oh, the moaning and the crying Jv ln ister or the wife ! Tt 1 ? erninr and the dving On the blood field of strife 1 Xante in history immortal to us are doublv dear. hrleston, Xew Orleans snd Yorktown. here our fathers banished fear, Aio, the blood of son and father Mingled are in common soil. One to build our nation's fabric. One to save it from despoil. Mark the rivers of Vinnni Ked with blood from Malvern Hill. PitrlUk, AX" .IK... ..I i i - i-i - - I Hanover and Game's Mill; On the twie-foucht field Uanasss By the bloody Kapidan. And tue darker Kappahano' bee the sacrifice far nn" Score, of thousands. n ' tiives his country ue ...

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. — 14 January 1863

SERV VOL. 47, NO. 23. "WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 18G3. WHOLE NO. 2415. UHRONICLE E Hardware Trade of '62! OfEMSG I P. SPRING STOCK SOW ARRIVING AT R. H. BARNUM & . CO.'S. DES1KOUS of operating, during the present and eomiug season, in wlist may be called a " lively cash and short time trade. it t a very low rate of profit, in accordance with the ne cessities of war times, we shall offer to farmers ,. 4kbs builders, mechanics, merchants, steam mill ' ' men, house-keepers and ail others, every descrip tion of JliupXfiRK, llocss Paikts, Axles, Iron i Kails, Glass? Sash, Doors and Elikds at right lam oVvm fiffurC Instead of keepint the "bizcest stock west f th. . : mountains." we have aimed to be supplied with " .l every variety of roods La our line, which will be . constantly replenished by direct shipments from the r i Eastern manufacturing districts and the large Job- 'bine LIouseB of New York, Boston and Philadelphia . ,'frem 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. — 14 January 1863

THE CHRONICLE WtPXrjPAY. JAKr ART 14th. 163. Very Unhappy People. That class of politicians calling them selves "Democrats." are professedly in a most unhappy state of mind over the President's Emancipation Proclamation. The Negro is the terrible goblin that haunts their perturbed imaginations by day and night. Judging by the matter and temper of the editorials of some of the small but very wise Democratic papers, it might be inferred that their peculiar mental ailment was nigger on the brain Tery small Ethiopian is capable of dis. turbing the equanimity of the largest po-7 aible development of Democratic br' " I being very susceptible of influent tuat direction. The class under federation cannot refer to the Xer- ."'.on with out foaming with lik dog. Being mad on niger question, we must dewr"1 tnem M Negrophobiaists. The"- ,ast discovery is that Lincoln is jormined on an "Abolition War." This is awful 1 If it was only a pro-Slavery war, that would suit them. But since the President...

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. — 14 January 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. LhiJ'far and OmU in advance.- IVo IkJ- .I"Hwu not made in advance. No pa f tinud until all arrearage, ar. paid ex cept at the option of the publisher. Rates of Advertising. a &u2ree'1 " line equal to one inch in apace, make w w w n m Ijr gquar .30 $l,oo $ 1,50 $ 2.50 $ 4,00 $ 7 00 Bo.uarel.0C 2.00 3.50 5.00 8.001 12,00 t Squares 1.50 1 3.00 1 5.00 1 7.00 10.001 16.00 !4eoluinn2,50 Heolunin 4.00 .00J T.00 ,oej 8.001 12.001 12.001 20.001 20,00 35,00 $.00 1 column 6.00 9,00 12.00 20.00 35,00 60,00 Advertisement not under contract, must ba mark ed the length of time desired, or they will be continued and charred for until ordered out. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertise menu, aO per cent more. Deaths and Marriace inserted gratis, but Obitnary Notices charged half price. Transient Advertisements to be aid for invariably in advance. I early Advertisers will be charred extra for Dis solution and other Notices, net connected wi...

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. — 14 January 1863

CART BEFORE THE HORSE 0 tt0' i?e1?P. secluded iell, :. -w bar brick and mortar's line may cease: io tit down in a pot of grease Xo, 110-7I moan a grot of penes I I'd choose a borne by Erin's ware. tij i1 inot eonud to mar lifo g lot; 1 d by the cannon have a sunt 3io by the Shannon have a cot 1 How fair that rocky isle aronn I. That wide expanse to lean it o'er: 1 Jove a ahiver with a roar I mean a river with a shore Rnniic tin Erin's tea-sirt land. How sweet with one yon love the most. To watch the cocks upon the roost I mean the rack upon the coast! Twere sweet at moonlight's mystic hour. To wander forth where few lrequcnV And coma upon a tipsy srent ii9-1 mean a gipsy 'a tent! - In that retirement lone I would Pursue some rustic industry. And make myself a boiling tea 2o, no I moan a toiling bee. Or. rwcet with your fond wife to sit Outside your door at daylight's olose, hue she's hard hitting at your nose I mean hard knitting at your linsc I Perhaps on early earc yoo tiwA While ...

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. — 21 January 1863

VOL. 47, NO. 24. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY; OHIO. WEDNESDA Y. JANUARY 21- 1863: WHOLE NO. 2416. i: ir.i. 1 re-"a i : a m . - . ' "' . - - . . .., 4 . ... . . -, 7. i .... . ... .. t. . : ' ' '. : Hardware Trade of '62 OPEN ISO IP. SPUING STOC K XOW.kKIVI t R. H. BARNUM & CO.'S. DES1KOUS of operating, during . the rranl and omiBt seaswa. la wLat may e called a "lively cash aad short tiraa trad." at . : a very le w rae of profit, in accordance with theae eeaeities of War times, we ahall offer to farmers teas builder, mechanics, merchants, steaia mill i ;.ea, house-keeper aud all others, every duevr'p rioa f Hakdwake. Horsi Faikts. Axles, It ok. Sails, Glass. jSasb. Doom and i.i.ixus at right ; , lam dmm foim. Instead of keeping the " biggest stock west uf the utonijtains," we hare aimed to he supplied with 'very variety ef roods in oar line, whiea will be ' - eonstantlr replenished by direct shipments from the ftaatara maaateetorroc districts and the larcv Job . Mac Hawses of ew Yor...

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. — 21 January 1863

THJECHRONICLE. WEMESDAT, JAXrABT t, IMS. A Brace of Traitors.—The Roundhead and Cavalier. W.;ia !., t i- rv. North are doing all in their power to : unpopulariie the war and tie the, hands of the Administration, Jefferson Davis and his fellow traitors In tha Smith making speeches and publishing messa ges full of malice and bitterness toward the North, invoking the South to stand firm and not yield to the Yankees. - Of course if the rebels will not succumb, and the North sues for peace, the South will dictate the terms of settlement between themselves and the Government tier wish to destroy. Such a spectacle would involve too intolerable a degr of dis grace for the American' people to ever consent to its enactment. , There is a very provoking and humilia- - ting feature in our present situation,' in the fact t1 while Davis, Stevens and other are urging the South to continue the war, their sympathizers in the Free States, who consist of such men as Wood of New York, Yallandigham of Oh...

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. — 21 January 1863

Town and County Special Notice—Fair Warning. To terms of tho Oronic'e re, ami Leeu for years, $ 1.50 in ad vauco. . .1 hoi -wiae $2,00. The pimple fact thai we have not at all time enforced our terms, does not entitle a auWrib,r to the paner. at anv outer rate, lhe enormous advance in me price or printing piper, (nearly 100 per cent.) and other materials, has com pelted us to adopt some measure which will increase our receipts, or diminish our expenses. We do not wish to increase the price of our paper, or reduce it in siia, if we can possibly avoid it. Bather than do so, we cheerfully bear a portion of the additional exiense ourselves. - Although we cannot promise that cir cumstances may not compel us, for self preservation, to increase the price of our r , paper, we have concluded, for the pres- ..; ent. simply to adhere strictly to our pvU'tsh . c4 terms. Our present firm commenced doing bu- . auiesa February 1st, 1802, consequently a large number of subset ibers on our book owe ...

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. — 21 January 1863

MATRIMONY. The following arronient for matrimonr was writ o in the olden tnuo : 1 ton Or like bell without a ringer. Or like a horse that's never ridden. Or like a feast and no guest bidden. Or hke a well without a bucket. Or like a rose and no one pluck it Just such as those, Mar ihe be laid. . That time doth lose. And dyea a maid. The ring if worne The finger docket-. The bell if runs. Good masio nrnketh. The bone doth ease If he be ridden. The feaat doth piesm If guests be bidden. The backet drawi - The water for thee, Tna rose when pluckt .It then most worthy, go u the tnaiden t . In mine eyes Who loves and marryes Ere ihe dies. Cure for Ingrowing Nails. , . ( i It is stated hv a norresponcent j mm 1 I . the Aledical and Suiy"' JOBrnR,. 1 1 cauterization with hot tallow is an immediate core for in-ingrowing nails. He says: "The patient on whom I first tried this was a youDg lady wbo bad been unable to pat on shoes for several months, and decidedly the worst 1 had ever seen. The ...

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. — 28 January 1863

seke:'Chkotigee:;-v Western T71 V . . VOL. 47, NO. 25. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28,-1863. WHOLE NO. 2417. 1? r-S I. !.!, t.v : Hardware Trade of '62 OPENING IP. SPRING STOCK NOW A.iKIVIXfi AT R. H. BARNUM : & CO.'S. I oi operating, during i JLJ the present and tomiiii season, in what nay be called a "lively cash and short time trade." at a Terr low rat of profit, in accordance with the ne cessities f war time, we shall offer to fannere 4 hoase baUdert, mebanica, merchants, steam mill tern, boase-keepers and all others, every descrip tios ef HiWTiU, Hocse Paixts. Axles, Iaox ' Hails, Glass, Sasb. Doom and lihoi at rifht Instead of keeping the "biggest stock west of the mountains." w hare aimed to be supplied with every variety of roods in oar line, which will be eeastaatly replenished by direct shipments from the Eastern manufacturing districts and the large Job bing Hoasee of New York, Boston and Philadelphia from whom, by recent arrangements, we are en ...

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. — 28 January 1863

THE.CHRONICIE. WEBXESDAT.jriSFlKTlllk, 1SSS. A Scheme to Divide the North. t Among all the infernal schemes con cocted by Jeff. Davis and the devil to ru- ' " In this land of civil and religions liberty, .' there is none baser, blacker or more trait orous than the sneaking scheme the but ternut wing of the Democrats hare started to divide the Northern States, by turning over the Middle and Northwestern States to the South, and leaving the six New England States "out in the cold," as Yallandigham lately expressed it, in Con- tress. We assure our readers this is no political bugbear gotten up by the Union men to prejudice the pro-Slavery Democ racy, but an actual part of the purpose of that party, should it ever unfortun'"T attain sufficient power to accorr .lish its W. . -.tracts irom Democratic papers that Aave committed themselves to the hme. and are t open advocates A correr"odent ' Syracuse (X. Y.) paper, w-ho uas heen in the west recently, wr;es that he "encountered Democrats so...

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. — 28 January 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle i miis o SLsJSCiiirTiUi. it nn a - ?uZJ 1r ' I!r.4T?f Un"!l f" a,Ter",M - . capt at tli option of the publisher. , i Kates of Adveriialne;, "" Twelve line. Mual U oue iiich in apace, uak ure. 11 Iw w I uij niyr 1 Shht $ .50 j $1,00 $ 1,50 I $ 2.50 I $ 4.00 $ 7.00 t Squares LX I 2.001 3.501 5.001 8,00 1 12.00 Square L50 8.001 6.001 7.001 10.001 16.00 column .sox 4.001 4.00 1 6.08 1 8.001 12.00 1 20,00 7.00 9.00 12.00 l20.00 I 3J.00 1 column 6.001 9.001 12.00 1 20.00 1 35.00 60JX ij..;n4 mntraet. most Le" mark d the fourth of time desired, or they wiU be continued aod charted lor oniuoraou Speeial Notice, and extra displayed Advertise' 'Death and Marriages inserted gratis, bat Obituary Notice charred halt price .... . . . Transient Advertisements to be paid.for invariably Yearly Advertisers will be charted extra for Dis solution and other Notices, net connected with their refill ar business. Pusineas Cards, not exceeding S lines, J.1.0J a line per year: each ...

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. — 28 January 1863

k " roia CiOdren go en at Sohool. What Jnthl;t,1. j." - - 4 " mu iue "tile louts do tSI" ' .tisrriet umber Tq" tody. orfroLo their time away . ro reit you wbat they do Down in tie .District NumbwTwoV- ri?tk,,nonI.fcrihtth8mn, i kj s s.. comes a-h little one. i? . : -nTl lCiruttlir biskeu. shouting for joy, liKnexi Pf-'' " Master how far?" PkWpt a drink?" "May I ro out?" i nre 1 It u reetat t np goes the e bout I enowini. and blowing, and crowing, throwing . ..... Mu pvimuk, tiraijii ana sneezing; v;, ""jyn. clattering, chattering, opattering, J ambli ng and grumbling and stumbling and WLEf Sad sliding down MIT; ; -5SriBaftrri Freddie, and NeddW iimy and Jimmy and Mattie and Hattie. . And wild little. Will": i That 1 the way 'the Vttle folk, do 7 W ben it is ".Recess" at-Nmber Two." i jam- flaying at inaroJos. playing at oal). " ruling the "hardest sums of all." I he-big boy." sit by the tov or tie wall. " AfiM y andy t, , JVacnonj. Equations, and "Rule of Three." 1 M arr and Sarah, ...

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. — 4 February 1863

L .1 . VOL. 47, NO. 26. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, ; WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 4; 1863. Western- Ressmieb !,i.fiMRQSifflr; 1 From the Atlantic Monthly. Battle Hymn of the Republic. BY MRS. JULIA WARD HOWN. Mine cy have aeca the slory cf the coming of the He ia trampling out the rintose where tae trapes He hati loe4 the fwullijhtnine of t"" "his truth is marchine on. ol wrmtn re storeu: I hav.Men him in liiew.ttb Crej of a huuilred cir- They h.v. builileJ Him ua ait.ir in the evcimiE devfi and ilainpb; I hare read II if rigliteou.' eulnre by the 'iiui and tlariBf luip : his day U marchiuir on. I have read a fiery gosix:! writ in burui-huJ rows of steel : "As ye deal with my customer?, so with you niy graoe will deal: Let the Hero, bora of woman, crush the ?ertetit with his heel, . tsnce iiod is march intf on." He has (ounded Torth the trumpet that shall never call retreat ; He u situuK out the hearts of men before his juJg ment seat ; Oh, be swift, my soul, to answer Uiin! be jubilant, ...

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. — 4 February 1863

ti: n CHRONICLE. Patriots and Partizans. -Tkm rJobaWyjiever was a time in the ; Itt-ufr c iis oouatry when the exercise c r- .JSA patriotism, was more e- -r"j-' r -U Welfare, than the present , T-6 '?i-''tiOB of ur political institution mud V, S-,yTcJiasa4 by blood and the rao rie. ill ether" than motives of riatriot- 40 c t .. - .o lajr-waT devotion to the Mv ifW station from irrepara isJSJrl enemies are implacably :it?Rin.nd the consequent dis prl1 nipoTerishment of the loyal iXftii North, who stand firmly - rorgtnislngly for the right. jjjpuat be apparent to all who jbiSrtountrr, aud should siini- -to aubmit to every sacrifice of ' i btereet inrolved in unlimited jt'euDtry whicb.is the great cen of. hope to the tyrannized nations : ye, the sickening fact of the pres- jToOUcal traitors in the midst of Ik 'il v.r. Tiara communities well nigh unnerves iwscute will of many a devoted 'pa- hat a large portion-of the Democratic ty, uaderthe lead of unprincipled pol k jans. jtnore ambiti...

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