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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 15 April 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle TERMS )f SlLsCKimoX nt d"'t'nu"1 H arrearage .re paid ex cept at the option ui u,c publ:eit.'r. (( ol Advert King, etv e aufr tniuui t. - iiifli ii spa.;.-, aitikc lw I w I (w J Sat I rn ! lys- -Niiure tjl) $1,00 j if $ sj.-j jj $ .u, ' 1.0.1 2,00 3,r 1 Stiiarea 1.50T 3.00T 5,Ci I t C.U 1 i4t!umu i column 2.50 I .r .0l f 4.001 6.1 I 7.00 9,W J .0 12.nu ..' t 12.0CI 2t ! &.'! 12,00 10.W ! 16.00 "ia.- ; an. ao.ooi &.s 35.00! 00.00 l IvertisemeDte not nnder crtrsrt. muM J.e nuirk ed tte length of time desired, or I hoy ill be continued and charged for until ordered out. PciAl Notices, and extra displayed Advertise UienLS- hM ner cent MiirH. Deaths and Marriages iuserted gratis, bat Obituary Aonoea enarsed ball price, transient AdvertiseuiMnta M be paid fur invariably , 10 advance. V early Advertisers will be charged extra for Dis solution anil other Xotices, iiwt eouuected with ' their rerular business. Puines Card, not exceeding 3 line. Jl,(M a line i...

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 April 1863

O We're Not Tired of Fighting Yet BY CHARLES G. LELAND. O we'r not tired of Sgiting yet! " .no; the boyj to frighten yet ! v-.i! ? r u,'. drumming we'U be oomiar. V ith the ball end bavouetl For we can hii while they ean pound. And to let' have another round I becesh U bound to lick the gronnd. And we'll be in their pantry yet 1 O we're not tired of tramping yet 1 Of soldier life or campiug yet ; And roach or level, man or dovil. e are came for stAniping yet. We'll live through weather wet and dry Throng h bail and fire without a cry " W e wouldn't freeie and couldn't fry. And navn't got through our ramping ret I We fcavn't broke up the party yet. " 'I" rough, and tough, and hearty vet : i S k ?f ?!" P "bat's ow"ing. And there's a bill will smart ye yet ; fco bang the doors, and lock 'eia tight ! wmu' you v,e "- it right 1 Me 11 hare a Utile dance to-night : 1 ou can t be in to travel yet ! O we're not tired of Coating yet. Nor ripe for disuniting yet 1 Before they do it, or get thr...

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 April 1863

nn IGLE. VOL. 47. NO. S7. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1SG3. WHOLE NO. 2429. ERN LIBERTY. BY PERCY B. SHEELEY. Tc ihe great morning of th worM. The nmrii of with tnicht nnforlM The flat of Freedom over Chaos, And all its banded anarchs fltl. Like mtUiree frightened from lm, Before an earthquakes 's tread, So from Ttme't tempestuous dawn Freedom's slendr bunt and sboue : Thermwplse and Mnulini Can eh t like inouittniu ba-nn liirTitel. The cpriniue Fire-ti wiujrod clry On PhUUppi balf-aliKtitvd. Likeaa aneel on a proramitory. Its unwearied wm-rs would fun The quenchless ashes of Milan. From axetoafre, from man t ttinn. It live! ; and lit from laud to land. Florne. Albion. sSwitxerUml. Then nicbt fell, and as from uigWt,. Ke-auuiinc fiery fiipht. From the West swift Freedom came. Against the course of heaven and doom, A econd sun array M in flame. To born, to kindle, to illutre. Far from Atlantic its yonnjr beams Chased the shadows and the dreams. France, with al...

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 April 1863

THE CHRONICLE. WAEEEIST, O. WEDSESDiT, APRIL, S8d ises. To The Union Men of Ohio. THE UNION CONVENTION. The undersigned, representing the Union organization in this State, after consulting with the Union members of the General Assembly, invite all loyal cit izens who are in favor of the mainte nance of the Government o.nd the vigor ous prosecution of the war, now carried on for the suppression of the rebellion against it, to meet and appoint delegates to a Uuion Convention to be held in Columbus on Wednesday, the 17th day of June next, at 11 o'clock A. M".. the place of meeting to bo hereafter desig nated,) for the nomination of candi dates for the following offices : Governor. Lieutenant-Governor. Auditor of State. Treasurer of State. One Judge of the Supreme Court. One member of the Board of Public Works. The Convention will be composed of one delegate tor every hve hundred votes given for Tod, and one additional dele gate for every fraction of two hundred and fifty or upwards, bu...

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. — 22 April 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle - TERMS uF SUBSCRIPTION". JDUrnd Fy 0l. U eJruace, 2 V. iU- "y P" - li GMMI. pa per discontinued until all arrearages are paid ex cept at the opuon of the publisher. natm or Advertising, Twelve line equal to one 'u,ci in space make &tuare. lw w w Sm cm Ijr tuare .50 Sl.00 1 $ 1.W 1 $ 2.-0 1 $ VK I ?.J0 .Souares 1.0C 3.M j.'C I 6.' t Sqaarcs 1.50 1 3.001 .!'-0l io.wt iti.oo 8,'i 12.0 1 30.0" ' 4 column 2.50 1 4.00 1 6. I 4 column 4,00 I 7.001 v,(M U00 1 20.001 1 colainn fi.CO 9.00 ! 1 06 JO.'J" 3V0 Oo.uu Alvertisemeots noi under contract, must he mark ed the length of time desired, or Uiey will be continued and chatted for until orderod out. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertise mente. 50 nr ent innre. Deaths and Marriage inserted gratis, but Obituary Notices charged half pri.-e. Transient Advertisements to 1m paid for invariably in advance. Vearlr AJnirtiwn will be ehwved extra for Pi- solution and other Notices, ut connected with their recular...

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 April 1863

LITTLE BY LITTLE. Lutl by lib W an aeora said. As it slowly 8nk Id its mossy bed ; 1 m improving cverv day. Hidden dcp i ihe earth it," Little by littlo it sipped the dew : iw award it sent out a thread-like root : t P la the air mi,u . I P in the air sprang a tiny shoot. 1'ay after day. and ir iw v-r Little by littl., th. i..v . Jjina tne slender branches spread far and wide ... mi luisnty oak is the toresi e pride. Far down in the depths of the dark blue sea. An insert train worked ceaselessly : rain by (train, they are building well, Kaoh one alune its cell. Moment by moment, and day by day, Xevnr Mopping to rest or play, Korku upon rooks they are rearing his'u. Till the tops look out in the suuny sky 1 tie gentle wind and the balmv air Lutie r by little bring verdure there. A fne,8un:mer sunbeams gailv smilo On the bursting buds of the coral isle. "Little by little." s-..id a thoughtful boy. Moment by moment. I will euiplpv. Learning a little every dav. And not spending all my t...

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 April 1863

T yTT" Re ESTERN SERVE CLE. VOL. 47. NO. .38. WHOLE NO. 2430. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1863. A Tribute to the Memory of Lieut. I. P. Brisbine. Xo sculptured marble rear? itstip Above our heroos head. u- J"" of rt h) to tell ho slumbers with the dead, o tributes of affections Are raised above that grave. To nay he fought, he bled. at. J died. His country ' right to save. No gentle hand to plant tweet flower Above that lonely -pot. Emblems of lore to tell tlie world, Heesmnot be forgot: Unknown, alone. m.d f:ir from homo. They've given him a bed: Thnurh weeds and gm.-s but cover it. It holds a patriot d.-ad. A patriot! yes. though young la years. His heart did urvrr falter. To lay down .11, e cu life il.-e!f. lpn his country snlt Hr : "His warfare's o'er," and now he sleeps. And well he's done Lis part. But oh 1 within tint grave i- laid The hope of many a heart. For his sisters sit all silev.iiy. W ith tears they cannot smother. Mourning for their cherished...

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 April 1863

THE CHRONICLED WEBSESDAT, APBIX, 8Mb 1568. The Constitution Gives a Challenge. The GmJuVJiii of last week throws out a challenge, pretendinsr to insist upon an "semination of its political dishonesty. It i a trite maxim thnt a "cuiltv eon science ia sell-accusing." The editor of the Constitution, it would seem, begins to realize that he Las been affording aid and comfort to tho rebels Lv his pusiUani- mous abuse of the Administration and itsj and row rrWnm tn f, da. fiantly to the Heeding country and y. "thou can'st not shako thy gorv locks and rar I did it." To attempt a denial of his participation in opposing the Gov- in fighting the rebellion, while the skirts or the gaimeuts of he and his . r,t;-l ;, l,v.l ri Northern soldier, whose lives have been sacrificed becawe the var Las been rro- tracted by the encouragement the rebels rceive J from Northern sympithiiers, is to ' " ' " presume too much on the gullability of i-.r.v:: know that paper has been all that ads- voted rebel coul...

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 April 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle'125 TKKMS OK SlbSCKIPTluX. J- CWW'tM. yt, ,.. ,' a.lna.we.- .VWM ii W in ilHI0. ' pa er discontinued nutil aU arrearages are paid ex cept at the option oi the publishers of AdirrtiaLag, 1 hue. euual to wl iujb in ilm-i uare. uaAe l 3 8m i em cm lyr t cume 7.po. j g.1.00 i? , ; I f 4,i' I f 7.0i .'Squares l. 2.00 1 3vi S. ."i 8.51 J-a' 1 Squares 1.50 1 3.0U K i.JWi 1V 1 t column 2.50 4.(0 q.ijh JO.X ' column 4.00 7.00 I S.ttj liDti I 2C.w Z-'.'tJ I column COO I 9,001 l jci I 20."" I 35.001 """'H. U3tf Alvtrtisements &m uudcr f'r L u-ut ke mark- i t tha leurth of time d.ired. or thev will b I continued and charged for uutii ordered ui, i Special Xotioes, and extra displayed Advertise- J msota, ,V jv-r rent mrr-. ! !ths and Mair:Rjr" inserted irra'is, but Ohitnarj J Notices chard hill' rnee. j Traosiout Adveriis-iner.ts tn h prU for invaridb!y ; ia advance. ; Yearly Advertiser w! bf charged extra tor Dis- solution n'ld nnor Noiire. rt connected with I thei...

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 April 1863

"YE COPPERHEAD." l.j ? folonK ong has been printed and circu lated largelyin the different Army Curpt and LT favorite with the soldiers. ana ' Fe"0Ind0ltre f the Cumberinl. oyl. bv. Who have left your Northern firesides Southern traitor to subdue, blaunt cu fr " "CPPernel" regular And the beauties of a soldier's life make him (bare " LIU US. "pup tent," with the cold ground We'll put him in a ftr hia kn.1 tTitk tin c..kL 11 1 . " ' IMnm-i nnuerneatn. no govern ment overhead : . u" morams. sleepless and in And each succeeding night should he the same thins; do again. V.,.T 6 n aamty rtlsn h' PPetite would f mm nk 1 . . In,... " lulur'ra most soldiers are ex- Sow-beUv'should he breakfast on. rusty, Accompanied by coffee weak and miserable tack." -hurt Then preparation quickly make, get even thing in trim, March him off on picket, and may aseeesh "pick at" him. May every bush a rebel seem, strange sounds salute . nis ears. And all be sees and all he hears but serve to wake nis lears. A...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 6 May 1863

nn ONICLE VOL. 47, N)'. ;u WAKKEN. TKUMWJLL COUNTY. OHIO. WEDNKSOAY. MAY (i. WHOLE NO. 2431. WES H Fj1 V ELj For the Chronicle. For the Chronicle. THE TEMPLE OF DREAMS. For the Chronicle. THE TEMPLE OF DREAMS. BY MRS. C. S. POWERS. AH day I sought for tho Tcxpjc ww. That ope oo th VaJl-jy o: inraii;-: Tiii the etr awoke. iogial ll.e v;.l- VVuu tiitfir iuild, baptismal gliiz: Aud the raoouleams iUnc.J, IV mist. That rurtAined Oo gilded V nil. W bere Death, aua hr bu'ila. t&er Sm. ley wrapt in Uieir eLrja 1 ;:i til. fr ar down the dim Ta!!rr, n t u i jo uarr. Like a cloud ot brkuty liu a. ind op to the teim-l- --i iv-a d c, A flood ot melody a-i-ira t 'I was the song of tae U4 t.u-g :.l, ii ..it::' w 1 To rest the eacnauttd aSieciM-.. And over their fciumoer, tu watoa Like loud, paternal wocvo-- There were pictures of pletunra. a:.i "i lu ih&t i-Ulciy ieui'ie iia.l ; And wierd uke bboauwd timed, ai Jil i Like guoeuou tne wail! Tfa.!. But the jUreaiuers slept, as I suiuy aiU 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. — 6 May 1863

the chronicle. WEJSJES1AT. MAY 61k. 183. Gov. Tod at Youngtown. Saturday last Gov. Tod addressed a large meeting at his old home, Yonngs iown. Circumstances prevented us from attending, t.ut we are informed that it was one of the largest and most enthusi astic meetings ever held in Mahoning Co It was the first time the Governor had visited his former home, since assuming the duties of his position, which he has so zealously vnd enthusiastically dis charged. One of the most impressive in cidents of the meeting was .the heart iness and unanimity with which his Gubernatorial course was endorsed by those who had known him as a neighbor, although many of them had hitherto dif fered w?L him in politics. Whatever else may be said of Governor Tod, it can not be denied that he has devoted his en tire energies to the support of the Adminis- ration, the welfare of the soldiers, and the discomfiture of Southern and North ern traitors, and this in face of the oppo sition of very many with whom h...

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. — 6 May 1863

Chronicle TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. J-te Dollar nmU Fifty Cent., in n,r,r; Tu-a IU- .... . v 'vjacK it n mttie in a arm nit: ."vn .iiscoiitiuuvd uulil all arrearages are p:iid xx- inw uiiinu in iae puonsners. " Twelve lines equal to one inch in space, wake l w 6w J 3m J Cm lyr 1 Square $ ,50 yl.00 j j.5u j V i.oi- 4.0" j $ ;. Squares 1.00 1 2,1 J 8.5c i S.U' I !. I liW lSijuares 'coluina ' column I.SOI 3.00 1 5,00 1 7.( flu.""! Koi 2,00 4.00 J6.J0 8.0U I li00 20.00 4,oo 7.oo s.onj iaoo zo.wi js.m t column 6.001 9.00 12.uu I 2,no avl 60rt Advertisements not order contract, must be mark ed the length of titue dosircd. or they will continued and cbaiged for until ordered nut. Special Notice, and extra displayed Advertise ments. 50 per cent more. Death and Marriages inserted era t is, but Obituary Notiees charged half price. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. Yearly Advertisers will be charged extra for Dis solution and other Not ires, not connected w their regu...

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. — 6 May 1863

Impromtu Lines on the Copperhead. the cweet ro. blnhine; red. In Eden their sweet fra-Tsmoe shod. A traitor an J a copperhead . , Came in disguise, IKHaiiEikEeW.edre: and he said . . Eat and be wine. And wisdom Bhall anoint thin aye. And when t Voman saw tie tree, o pleact f-?r the eyes tn sea, ofce ato forbidden fruit. Then ale . Hath dan misled. Row 'neati the tree of liberty. This copperhead Appear la blue and while and red. TJnder tie silent griM he bids. Among the weeds ardf ners he glil. Sown by the brooks he raost abides A treacherous thinv; Taagtarsaxd strips that dtckhia ildej. Conceal a sting, venom and death or ia bis eprtcj. Patan scoeded. and he fell. In ohaias and darknes doomod to dwell. Ua omer U-aitors who rebel. In art end word, Bomate'd rather reign iu he'!. Than serve the Lnrd. w no ecards ns wiii hia Caciins sword. GEO. W. BUNGAT. From the Louisville Journal. What is Expected of Editors. If we aro to judge from tho many curiously unreasonable requests made of os...

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. — 13 May 1863

Chronicle. We Reserve STE VOL. 47, 40. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1863. WHOLE NO. 2432. RN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. O. S. HAPGOOD, C. A. ADA VS. T. IITKZEL. ' HAPGOOD, ADAMS A KITEZEI, prBi.inrB of i Western Resesvi: Chronicle. EMPIHE BLOCK, MAEiET ST. orlaiw, rate if oi(iertii(j. fv. intuf.V MANUFACTURERS. . CRAXKiE A. Cill.HOStE. Manufacturers and Dealers in B nts. Shoe. Knl-ber. ac. Also Dealers in Leather, rtmIings,L:it. Ac., Market Street, Warren, Ohio. K. spul e. sctuuJK. EUWAIUI KrKAK d SU, Manufacturers anil Dealers in Lumber, Rnur-h and i tressed. Doors, Blinds. Sash. Fluorine-, Siding. ' Shingles and Lath, So 1, Canal Strett. Warren, o. 1 V. B. HULL. S. MKPHCKY. W. II. IIII.L 't.. Manufacturers of Improved Steam Engines. Iron and Brass Founders and iMillwrights, Franklin i Foundry. Corner of Liberty and South Street. 1 'Warren. Ohio. A LEX A SI ULH rtt)X.ELL Warm fact urcr and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather , aud Findings. Main Street. Warren. Ohio. E. I...

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. — 13 May 1863

THE CHRONICLE. - . WEBSISBAY, MAY 13th, lses. The Army of the Potomac. In ' times lfk these, tvhen so much uews of interest tnd importance is rife, one of the most perplexing duties of the conductor of a weekly journal, is to select and cull from the mass, such as he has room for, and such as he deems of the most interest to his readers. On the out side of this paper will ho found a detailed account of the operations of the army up to Sunday, May 3d. From different tel egraph reports since that time, we con dense the following summary .- On Sunday morning our batteries open ed on the rebel defences of Fredericks burg, and soon our infantry moved for ward under Gen. Sedgwick. With fixed bayonets the men moved firmly onward, until they gained the ridge. The rebels fled in great panic, leaving everything which would impede their flight.- We held the works all day, with occasional skirmishing. Wo took about 1,300 pris oners, from tho Mississippi, Virginia and Georgia reigments. On Monda...

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. — 13 May 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle ' . , . . I'&ttMa OF s-UB.iCRIPTIOS. L'Ht UUUtr aud iiitv Cents, to uJram,- Iku bul lae, f patent U Hat mnde t oiicnr. No pa her diacoutinud unlit ail arrears! are paid cept at tho uiuiu of tii puuli-'.. n. Kal ul Attt'rri.hlric;, a l'wcl c liric '-i,.iai tonne inch iu pnc. utaks tw 8w w im Ijr I Square S .50 I 1.U0 S l,r i $ 1 ' I .' I 7.W : Squares 1.0b 2.001 3."M I S.'l J UV' J Squares 1.50 I 3,'l0 l-i column .2.50 I 4.U0 I Cm I 7.00 1 ll'.lf I lo."t' .LV;L?-k' i column 4,00 7.00 ( 9.00 I t eojainn 60 I 9,00 I 12.001 3).00 1 35.00 lW0 Advertisements not ender contract, mart be roait mA the lenrth of time desired, or thov trill bo continued and charged tor until oraurea out. Special Notices, aud extra displayed Advertise nintt firfl nor MMit ninrf. Deaths and Marriage inserted gratis, liut Obituary Notices charged half rif. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably ia advance. r Yearly Advertisers will on charred extra for Dis solution and ot...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 13 May 1863

BETTER THAN THEM ALL! .A model ate share of wealth is good To cheer us on our way. For it has oftentimes the power To make December, Ma-S : And so is beauty, so is health. Or renins at our call ; But a happy careless, loving heai t. Is better than them all. A heart that gathers hop and frith From every springing flower. That smiles alike at winter storm And gentle summer shower: That blesses God for every good ; Or whether great or small; Oh: a happy, hopeful, loving heart. Is better than them all. Tis well to hold the wand of power. Or wear an honored name. And blnsh to hear the mighty world Re-echo with our fame ; Tie well if on onr path the smiles Of kings and KoWes fall ; But to have a happy, trusting heart. Is better than them all. A heart that with the magia notes Of music i beguiled : A heart that loves the pleasent fare Of every little child. That aideth weakness and distress. And heareth duty's call : Oh 1 tach a loving, human heart. Is better than them all. Second Thought....

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 20 May 1863

Res Em Pi E ML'IT V:. XIX ii! zonuo :lht vol. iTrxo. II. WARREN. TRUMBULL COUNTY. OHTO. WEDNESDAY. MAY 20. I8W. WHOLE NO. 2433. . rti u ri r u i n tt . l ' u i . trsiNrss nniCTOir. 1UPG003. IDil'S fc HIirEii. H ESTLTvX ilESZHVL CiTH- EMFIES ELC: 3Fot Urmt. mV v'.i MAE2BT IT. .".l.-:tf, tV.. - ,'rt V." MAN u F AT j.ihes a w i:rr ir.it, Uaaufaoturers of Stove. Pttj, C..'inS.T-r)i.;T, rtce ruitjiuue. tttrt- r;;c.ic. No, t.. Mh.li.i Street. M erttn. I'. AiiiJiv ' MsnuticturersandDcalctrsinr.-it. Lr iv.c- A!wloriin LeeO.-r, r ii.U.f .jLaJts. ie.i - Market fctreet. V arrcir, Ohio. . steak, r. rs.!i, je rDVAJ;3 &FAIt i SOX, Manufacturers and Dealers . I.uci'-cr P. i j Dressed. Dyer, JJl-.udi. i-iiV i ii....r;0i. sTdliij. iahinglcs aud Lata, .V i, dual Street. U miec, o. WVfi. aCLI.. s. MBafE.-. w. ii. situ. c.. Manufacturers cf Improved Stum Ensiist I,-ou and Bras Fouudc-s ad .Mi-ii-.-.-l.-Lti, lrai.k:.u Foundry, Corner 01 Lileity and uuth :',u- t vi arren, Ohio. AtEX.lXD:n JIct'OXXZLl...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 20 May 1863

THE CHRONICLE. "WABBEK", O. WEMEgDAT, MAT 20lh, 186S. [From the Drake County (Ohio) Democrat.] Address of Hon C. L. Vallandigham to the Democracy of Ohio. UiUTAir Pbisox, I Cijtcissati, O., May 5th, 18C3. J To the Democracy of Ohio: I Km here in a military bastile for no other offense than my political opinions, and the defense of them, and of the rights of the people, and of your constitutional liberties. Speeches made in th hom-ina of thousands of you, in denunciations of tne usurpations of power.infractions of the Constitution and laws, and of military despotism, were the sole cause of my ar rest and imprisonment. I am a Demo crat for Constitution, for law, for the the Union, for liberty this is my only crime. For no disobedience to the Con stitution, for no violation of law, for no word, sign, or gesture of sympathy with the men of the South, who are for dis union and Southern independence, but in obedience to their demand, as well as the demand of .Northern Abolition dis unioni...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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