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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 11 November 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle tZ&Ua OF SUBaCKIFIlON. DUlar mnd Fifta CWs. m aWeon.- Tuy Vol- fqrMM wot araiie tn Unaoe. i'o pa r uieouuunued until nil arrearages are paid ax Vi at th option of til pubUMicrs. state ( AdvrrtUias, " f waive two u,iud to one inch in spec. Biekt IW w I T ! JiTjr 1 Nrt t fit) U0U I $ 1.50 $ ! Square ux, 2,00 ) SOj 'Square 1.501 S.Oul 5.00 1 2,50 1 $ 4,00 1 7.UO 5.001 b.op"i .0 7.00 10.001 16,00 column 'a culawa I column 1501 6,0-JI 4.001 JOd! ,00 S.0OI "12.001 liOOJ 2U.U0 30.001 SW 7.00 1 9,.t 12,00 1 2P.00I tdrertis amenta not under eontrart. murt be mark ed th length of time desired, or they will ' be unturned ami charged for until ordered out. Special Noucee. and extra displayed Advertise ment. bU oar cent suore. Deaths and Marriages inserted gratis, bat Obituary Notices charged half price. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance s' early Advertisers will,b charged eitra for Dis solution and other rioticea. pet connected with 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. — 11 November 1863

ABOUT PRINTERS. seems to ice tne wiaweq (rtwwytalm ttt-y teed (Exoept atone? J Tbw jet tE large a?ul tJeo- Of eve-ytbiag teat rTews, And get free into eimuat An J oiher kinds of ly giving ea eo.ul . alone Tie h'ggeat bar will speak ta tEem. No nau bow th : arose; A rioby is a'.iuiug, Ii Hiey ova a pruning prom. tPolicyJ At ladies' fain they Ye aTatoct hugged By pretty girls uu kuow. Tbil ih y wiii ei acS ap everything Tin lm tie have to ehow. And tbm they gat a blow-out free. At every puny frert. And the reason it because ttey write. And other poi-lc reed. (That's what's the matter J He Had Him There. Th. followin,- q-ub waa perpotr-. ted in school down east, it is too pood to bo lost: . it deems that a few boars exemption from mischief had greatly enlarged the bump or treachery in tte tipper etiries ot tne, young ltlea, and th-T took and smeared the balustrade Irom top to bottom with mud. and when th-j master came in he very Batn.al!y laid bis hand on it when he mounted the eta' rs...

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. — 18 November 1863

Wi CHRONICLE; 3 STERN ESERVE VOL. 48, NO. ir. WARREN. TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHTO. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 18. WHOLE NO. 2459. IOU. ). BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . APSOnD. RAPOOOD, c. a. adavs. n. miTKzu. ADAMS RTTEZFL. POLIHHIKI OP Western Reserve Cncoxioi.n. EMPIRE BLOCK, MARKET ST. W terms, rtttet v mJricri'.nng. rfr set MANUFACTURERS. JASESOST A WHEELER, viAnataoturers or store. rinwa, lasting.! tnware Stove Furniture. Stove Pipe. Ae. No. S. J'arket Street. Warren. O. April is. -en. ( lliGE A CILIOEE. Manufacturers and Dealers in Boots, Shoes. Kuuber. to. Also Vealers in Leather, r indingsJJLai'ts, Ac. Market Street, w una, Vnio. I. SrEAtL E. SFEAB. IE. EDWAEO SPEAR SOX. Manufacturer and Dealers in Lumber, Bough ud ureas ca. ioors, sitnas, r kxTin, siding, Shingles and Lath, No i, Canal Street, arren, U. .W. B. BCLL- S. HIBSl'BY. W. II. UrLL CO.. aanaJactur.ro of Improved Steam Engines, Iron and Brass Founders and Millwrights, Franklin i oeadry. Corner of Liberty and eoutb Streets. "i arren, uni...

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. — 18 November 1863

THECEtRONICLE WABBElir, O. - WEB5ESBAT. XOYEXBEB ISth. IMS. "Horror! Horror!" Under this heading, the Warren Con stitution of yesterday, has an article aaid to be from the "Providence Press," purport ing to be an account of two soldiers hav ing been shot, without trial by court-martial, or trial of any kind, because the whole regiment refused to obey, when or dered to march, which they did because they supposed they were to be consolida ted with a negro regiment. That the sto ry ia a falsehood, in the main, we have no doubt, and we assert that no white regi ment, or part of a regiment, has ever been ordered to consolidate with a negro regi ment, and no toldier has ever been public executed without a trial. Xo slander against the officers and sold iers of the army, nor against Air. Lincoln, or any memberof his Administration, nor even against Mrs. Lincoln, (see yester day's paper,) can be published by any traitorous sheet in the Union, which is so vile that the Constitution does not ...

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. — 18 November 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle m ' rKKilS or SCBSCKIPIIOA. ' Oullar mnd i'iflm Cent, in mdvauce,- Tw Vut- w dU"nu! auiraltr. m.i t to oPtiD el the piblilicn. " j ml Adrtiin, j . tC,'U'""m" U"M" iB '""- "k ! ; - 1 Iw Iw I aw I ! lyr ' )tl.0)U5O$i.W,OO:t.w;Il-raWak'ng SC 5,00 1 8.00 1 liOu : square 1.00 l ioo y Square 1.50 4,001 '.column 2.501 4.00 'column 4.00 j 't.OO " 5,001 7,001 10,001 16,00 6.08 J8,O0L 12.00 9.001 12.001 .00 !Si t c,lm, .ooi J2MmJ I. Advertisements not under contract, must be nark ad the length of time deaired, or they will be continued and charted for nntil ordered ont. Special Notioee, and extra displayed Advertise ment, M per cent more. Death aad Marriage inserted gratis, but Obituary Xotiee charred half price. Transient Advertisement to be paid for invariably Veai-ty Advertiser, will be charred e.tra for Ii.- solution and other Notice, net connected with their regular basines. Pasiaes Cards, not exceeding S lines, Sl.Oii a line oer yean each additional line, T cen...

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. — 18 November 1863

'TIS THE LAST SILVER DOLLAR. Ti the lart silver daUar, Left shining alone. All lti laughing eompanloru Hare melted ud rone; 1 ot a ooin of iti kindred, No specie ii nigh. To echo back sotUy It silvery sigh. Yon mut leee no bright dollar. The last of mr few. Since thy mate have departed. Skedaddle thoo too. Tho kindly I send the. To wander afar. In the sky of ehinplaiter. A glimmering alar. Boon may I follow. When thoo art no mora, And I a wreak of starvation On (hinplaster shore. Whan the pane never jinglcg And thinen hare Sawn. Oh I who oan feel wealthy On picture alone. An Out-Traveled Traveler. have eat in Atlanta a hote keepr named Thompson, who is eon sidered rather smart at a joke, bat he sometimes met bis match, as. the . fol lowing proves: A traveler called very lato for his breakfast, and the meal was hurriedly prepared- Thompson feeling that the food was not quite up to the mark, made all sorts of apologies a- round tne eater, who worked on in silence, never raising his be...

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. — 25 November 1863

Western Y "sav .'2 II in ? i Mil II ! r VOL. 48, NO. 1G. WARREN. TRUMBULL COUNTY. OHIO. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1863. WHOLE NOv . .i LS . . x Uljii. . BUSINESS DIRECTORY. evir. turoonn. : ci.iiiin, n. arrT.iu. Hipeoon, ADAXI KIT nz i: I. PCILI8EIM or -; Western Reserv eCii box in. f. EMFIKE BLOCK. MAKKET ET. sVW fall. I mil afWa. dVfc. SC. taeide.CS MANTTFACTURERS. , JAXESOS A WUEKLEB, Manufacturers of Stores, Plows, Cutinrs.Tinw.rc Move r aroiture. btove ripe, a e. ito. . Mark Street, w arren. O. April If, '63. , . CBAXAGE A VILSOKE. Manufacturers and Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Uul-Ktrs, A e. Also Heelers in Lieatner, r inaingsJLasta, A Market Street, Warren. Ohio. a. arsis- I. irni, JR. EDWARD (PEAB SOX, Manufacturers and Dealer, in Lumber. Rough and Ureaseo. Uoors, cuntis, e.asa, r loonng, Mdini Saiaglw. and ialh, -No I, Canal street. U arren, bull. W. II. HILL 8. MgDBCSV. CO.. Manufacturers of Improved Steam Engines, Iron - ana Brass rounders and Alulwrigbta, rranklin r oandry, tu...

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. — 25 November 1863

THE CHRONICLE. "WAIZ,B,:S33V O. .wUVAX. autlJIBEB kJSIk, 1S. Railroad Opening and Celebration. The principal event of the put week of local and we tnr truthfully say gen eral importance, was the celebration in honor of the completion and formal open ing of an uninterrupted line of broad guage railway from New York City to Ueyeland via the Brie and Atlantic t G. W. Bailwayg. The Manage of the Atlantic road and the citii-ent of Cleye land, appreciating the importance of the event in ita commercial aspect, made ex tensive arrangements to honor the enter prise and testify their great satisfaction at its success, by suitable pablic festivities. The liberal programme of arrangements included an excursion from New York to Cleveland of invited Sew Yorkers and others along the line of road in the Em pire State, who arrived at Jleadville, Pa., on Wednesday last, where they were met by excursionist from Cleveland, and towns along the road west of Meadville, from which point the united party, o...

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. — 25 November 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle.? ibilLiia uk filBcCKlFllO-V m LhMr mnd V Ontt, ta doee,- law 1mm . V or w Ml scad ta dpto. j -r eUseontianed antil all arrearage ar iitl cpt at la option of tb publisher. tte mi AtaverUalng, "" l'wel lu.es iual to one inoli in tac, auak sitaata. Iw lw ! ly-r jo,iUkre A JO $1.00 10 1 2.50 1 1 4,00 I 00 ' Square 1.Q5I t00 .50 5.001 8.0k lK,W S,nara 1,561 3,00 1 5.001 7.001 10.001 16.00 'jcolamn 8.501 4,00) S column 4.001" 7.001 ,00 .00 12.00 1 .o0 6.001 U00 1 20,001 S5.00 1 colnmn 6.00 I .00 I 12.00 I 20.00 35.00 60,0 Advertisement not andar contract. mast ba mark ad th length of tima desired, or they will ba ontinud and charted for until ordarod ant. spaaial liotioea, and extra displayed Adrartise snaata, 60 par cent mora. Daataj and Marriage inserted gratia, bat Obituary Moueee charged half price. transient AdrertiaesBeau te be paid for inrariabiy in advance. Taariy Advertisers will be charged extra far Dis olution and other Notices, net connected with the...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 25 November 1863

Shakespeare on the Copperheads. ' tit following I tract from "Corlolaaui" has a direct applwetoia : What would jon have. you eurs. That lik not mm nor wart The on affright you. Ibj other make yc proud . He that trusts yom. W bar he ahoold find you lion, finds you hars ; Where foxes, geese; you are no rarer, no. Than u the eoal of fire upon the ice. Or hailstones in the tun. Vonr Tirtue is. To make him worthy whose offense subdues him. And eurte that justio did U. Who deserve great ness. IeserTe your hate; and your affections are A sick man's appetite, who desires most that. Which would inorease his evil, lie that depends. Spun your favors swims with fins of lead. And hews down eaki with rushes." A Kissing Deacon. Iu one of the New England towns lived Deacon Brown, a ataid dignified sort of a Christian, and a model "of propriety. Deacon Brown had the misfortune to lose his wife, and at the ago of forty found himself with a fam ily of four Email children,' without a mistress to his fa...

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. — 2 December 1863

::;:Western Reserve Ohkqni CLE. VOL. 18, NO. 17. WARREN. TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2. ISM. WHOLE NO. 24G1. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . UNont, e. t. aiav. ww. bitkkki.. H iFfiftOlt. 1DAKN X RITEZEI. rrnimrn or Western Reserve Citroxk'le. "" EMFTRH BLOCK. MAKKET ST. aT-lr (craw. rwM tWV. ( MANUFACTURERS. JiMCSOS WHEtlFK. M .infaotnrer of Stove.. Plw rrtinf T.r. ctve Fnmitnr.. Store Pip. ir. N o. rreet. Warren. O. I'"' v- CKANAOK A WILSIORE. ie. Also Dealers in Leather. Fin.linit-JIjl-'. Jkf.. Market Street. Warren. Ohio. B. SPEAR. " B. SrBAB. J. EDWARD Br EAR SOX. Manufacturers and Dealers in Lumber, Routfh anJ Dreaved. Doors. Blind. Sash. Flooring. Sidmir. Sitingles and Lath. No L Canal Street, W arreii, O. w. b7iicu- . w. ii. nri-i. t o.. 11 anufu-rers of Improved Steam Ennines. Iron as4 brass Founder and MillnritthU, Franklin Foundry. Corner of Liberty aud eolith Sir--. Warren. Ohio. ILHiSiDCK MffOJiSEtU Kauufaetorer and Dealer in Boot. Shoe. Leather and Finding. Main St...

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. — 2 December 1863

THECHROCLE. "WABBEIir, O. WED5ESDAT. DECEMBER M, 181. Mr. Kirke's Lecture. The firat of the course of the Polemio Club Lectures was delivered at Webb's Hall, on Friday evening last, by Mr. Ep- arso Kiru, to fine audience. The subject treated was "The Southern Whites." The lecturer divides the white inhabitants of the Southern States into three classes as they actually exist the first noticed being the mean and very poor, or "white trash"; the second class, the small farmers, or yeomen of the South; and the third class being the large slave-holders and aristocratic chiv alry, who have ruled the South socially and politically for two hundred years. Mr. Kibu, although a comparatively young man, has spent about fifteen years traveling thsough the South, and has studied Southern society in its various lights and shadows, its hights and depths. The poor whites of the slave-holding States number about one million, or con stitute about one-seventh of the popula tion. They are immoral, illit...

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. — 2 December 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle . ........ xARMS Or SUBSCRIPTION. -t 'ifla Oeal. eoWic,- Jn .Oof ai V payment it not madt in advance N pa per dleeontinaed until all trntniM are paid rx oapt at the option ! the publisher!. state ml AaWerttaliaa; Twelve iiueaeo,ui 10 oua inch ia space, .oak a ssuaie. Iw w i w la asm lyr .a.uaio ,50 $1.00 U I 1.30 1 $ 4,1)0 I 7.00 Squares 1.06 2.0(1 1 80 j 5.001 M LL.X ..Sonarsa L3j 3.00 1 S.00I 7.001 10.00) 16.U0 jaoolmaa j.50 1 4.U0I 6.01 .Ql 12.t JO. S column 4.00 j 7.00 1 g.Ou U.U) I kUOu, af.uti t column ,() I 9.00 I 12.00 20.00 I 85.00 I 60.0 AdTrtiments am under rostra, t, atnst bo mark ed, tea length of tuna desired, or they xrul be nkmued and chaired for until ordered act. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertise ments, 60 per east mora. Oeaths and Marriage inserted gratis, bat Obituary Notioee charged half price. transient Advertisements to ba paid for Invariably in advanoo. Vaarty Advertiser will ba ekarted extra for Dis solution and other N...

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. — 2 December 1863

Potatoes. The first potatoes grown in this country were from seed hm't from Ireland by the Scotch Irish, who emigrated from the old eonntrv in 1718, and 1719 settled in Londonbui- ry, ix. 11. iney were first raised in the gardon of Nathaniel Walker of jumover, and gradually but Blowly found their way into general cultiva tion. They are first mentioned in -Newburry, in 1732; in Lynn, in 1733. In 1737, Rev. Thomas Smith of Port land says: "There is not a pock of potatoes in the wbole Eastern coun try." So late as 1750, if any person raised so large a quantity as five bushels, great was the inquiry among his neighbors as to how he could dis- rose of the enormous quantit-. Xew urypcrt Herald. . Politeness at Home Always speak with politeness and deference to your parents and friends. Some children are polite and civil every where else, except at home: but there they are coarse and rude. Shame ful. .Nothing sits bo gracefully upon chil dren, nothing makes them so lovely, naouuai respect ...

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. — 9 December 1863

Res! pi WESTERN WE '.r ' t: ...V ; . VOL. 48, NO. 18. WAUREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ), ISM. YHOLE'NO. 2462.'i J r, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . a. APOOD. a A. ADAWS. TK. RJTEZRL. HAPeOOD.ADAJIS RITEZF.I., PUBLISHER OF Western Reserve Chronicle . EMFIKE BLOCK. MARKET ST. MANTJFACTTJRERS. . JAMESOX dr. WHEELER, V snefaetrtrers of Store. Plows. Castinrs.Tinware .love t urnitare. Move ripe. Ac. .o. n. M.rke. street. w uren, o. A pril I, ftl. msACE jtauioRC Menunvtarersand Denier in Boots, ghoe. Rubbers, Ae. Also Dealers in Leather. FindingsjLa.it. Ac. 11. c, . 1' : . K. SPEAR. I. trill. J a. ' EBWAID (PEAK SO. .Manufacturers and Dealers in Lumber, Rough and Irressod. Doors. Blinds. Sash. Flooring. Siding Skimflw and Lath. No 1. Canal Street. Warren, U. w. a. hull. . mun it. W. II. HI I.L CO.. Jtaoafkcturers of Improved Fteara Engine. Tron and Bnui Foandera and Millwrirhtu, Franklin Mad nr. Owner of Liberty and buath Si reels. w arreavuai. 4J "" ALEIASBER MrCOXSELL. ttanHfa...

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. — 9 December 1863

THE CHRONICLE. WEBSESDAT. DECEMBER (!.. ISM. CHEOMflE For 1S64. AT THE OLD PRICE FOR CASH IN ADVANCE! The old Westekn- Reserte Chronicle which has been a. weekly visitor to thou sands of happy fire side in Trunibull and adjacent Counties, for nearly fifty years, hopes to be welcomed by the children end grandchildren of its eaily patrons for a century or two more. The present pub lisher of the Chronicle will spare no pains to continue it acceptable to all its old and faithful trends, and to render it an agreeable companion and counsellor to as many new ones as may choose to make its acquaintance. Now is the time for new subscribers to begin, and for old ones to renew their subscriptions. These flush times are paradoxical as it may seem almost ruinous to papers published on -the old terms in vogue for generations among country printers. We mean the credit system. It will not work these times. It takes cash, and lots of it, to buy paper and ink, and to hire labor. 1 1 is all cash, cash...

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. — 9 December 1863

Western. Reserve Chronicle - ..... Iluiili sSVBaCRlPTTON. DfT aad Aft CenSe. .a wrfewaee,- 7iee hat- . V SMayatntt as Ml mmdt a eureerare. .Nu l.a or c.uuttl until ail imiri( arc 1-aiJ i--t'l at the option tl the nubliabws. ! el Advertielllg., el veliues equal loouc inch in space, isake tenure. lw Iw I w 1 8m 6sn Jjr 1 JNuaK .50 1 $1.00 $ 1.50 j f t,ao 4,08 ft 7.0x -uaea1.0bj xtw 1 u.00 1 a.00 1 12.00 Squares TJOj" S.00 &.00 " 7.00 10.001 1C.0-' 'mUu if 4.oo .L g.oL'1 12.00 1 ao.t 4eolMn 4.001 7.00 9.00 12.00 20.00 " A'.Ui) I column 6.U0I 9J IVK 20.00 1 35.00 MM tgwrertissinentg not under eontraet, must be mark ed, the length of Umi desired, or they will a. . etmsinaed and charred for antil ordered oat. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertise ments, JO per cent more. Deaths and Marriages inserted gratia, but Obituary Notioos charred half price. transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. i early Advertisers will be chanced extra for De volution and ethe...

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. — 9 December 1863

Taking the Starch Out. 1 . :- . pw example, writes a re-ador, ot what is often termed "takinc- tha fit a rr h sn f " I... J .. . "Hnu recently inaooun - -a.mw Ji,ugiana. a pomp ous, well-dressed individual entered the bank, and addressed the teller. " " sumeiDing or a was, inq aired Is the Cashier in ?" No, Sir," was the reply. " Well, I am dealing m pens, sud- pijiug mo j.mw x,ogiana Danfcs pret ty largely, and I suppose it would be proper ior me to deal with the cash ler. : -. V . . - ..... "i suppose it will," said the teller "ery well. 1 will wait." The pen-pedler took a chair, and sat composedly for a full hour, waiting i vuc tabuier. uy mat time he be gan le grow uneasy, but sat twist ing in his chair for about twenty min utes, and, seeing no prospect of a change in his circumstances, he asked me teller how soon the cashier would be in. "Well, I don't know, exactly, nam me wagisu lener, "but l expect him in about eight weeks. He has just gone up to Lake Superior, and told me h...

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. — 16 December 1863

(jHRONIGEE? Reserve TER If. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY. OHIO. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER IG. 1S(:L WHOLE; NO. 2462. VOL. 48, NO. 18. WES BUSINESS DIRECTORY. bapoood. c a. adahs. wn. arrxzil. BIKOOI), ADAMS A RITE El. rvBLuaxu or Western Reserve Cheonici e. EUTISS BLOCK. MAKXET ST. Tr leraw. twin eedWfwte, sen tnnd." MANUFACTURERS. J1MES05 A WHIELEK, Manufacturers of Stoves, Plows. Catings.TfTiwre Stove Fnrniture.Stove Pipe, Ac. No. 5. Merltet Street, Warren. 0. April 2V. 6. CRAXAOE tGIMORE. Xaa&rtinn and Dealers in Boon, Show, Rubbers, Jta. Aim Dealers in Leather. Findlngs,Lata. Ac Market Street. Warren. Ohio. . ariE. srgAX. j. EDWARD BFEAB BOX, Manufacturers and Dealers in Lumber, Rough and brewed, Doors, Blinds, Sh, F.oorinr. biding. Suina.es and Lath. No 1, Canal Street, Warren, 0. - w. a. artu a. mosriv. W. If. UCLL CO.. Manufacturer of Improved Steam Engines, Iron and Brass Founder and Millwright. Franklin Foundry, Corner of Liberty and oath Greets. Warren, Ohio. ALEXAXDER MeCeSSELL,...

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. — 16 December 1863

"WAEBE1T, O. WEOXESDA x DECEMBER lath, I8S. WESTERN RESERVE CHRONICLE For 1864. AT THE OLD PRICE FOR CASH IN ADVANCE! The old Westem Reserve Chronicle, which has been a weekly visitor to thou sands of happy fire-sides in Trumbull and adjacent Counties, for nearly fifty years, hopes to be welcomed by the children and grandchildren of its early patrons for a century or two more. -The present pub lishers of the Chbokicle will spare no pains to continue it acceptable to all its old and faithful trends, and to render it an agreeable companion and counsellor to as many new ones as may choose to make its acquaintance. Now is the time for new subscribers to begin, and for old ones to renew their subscriptions. These flush times are paradoxical as it may seem almost ruinous to papers published on the old terms in vogue for generations among country printers. We mean the credit system. It will not work these times. It takes cash, and lots of it, to buy paper and ink, and to hire labor. It is ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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