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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 20 January 1864

tt-v ESTERN ERVE" ROMC ? ' V i 5 J . lJ VOL. 48, NO. 22. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 18G4. WHOLE NO. 2468. ir-TT E S LE. VV' - ??SINESSJDIRECTORY. - eo.MM. C. A. IBIM. W.ifliL. M l. AU.4MN A RII KXEK '..'-, rtiUMin op Y ESTKRX RKSKRVE CHRONICLE. EMPIBE BLOCK. M ABKET ST. " MANUFACTURERS. JAUKMtX Y WHEELER, Mnm.,,tarers nf stoves. Plows, Castings.Tinware Street, Warren. 0. mrouure. ive ril e. if. .o. S. .Market April LV. MLS. rii.lE t VILKOtE. ManiitartareHunJ Dealers in ri.mts, Shoes. Rubber. c. Also Dealers in LMttWaMi-'iuilincajLwtt. Jec . Market Street, Warren. (.rW I. SFKSB. B. SPE.B, JK. EHWiKU APEAK BOX, Mnufctarrs and Dealer ia Unuber, Rough an J Uresed, fioars, fitiuds, sash. Flooring, Sulinr, Shingles aud Lath. No 1. Canal Street. Warren, o. . V. H. RFLL. S. HEDBIKT. - W. II. Hnx CA.. Manufacturers of Improved ?team Engines, Iron and Bra Founder, and Millwrights, Franklin Foundry, Corner of Liberty and couth Streets, warren, tmo. AUEX1SDER NrtOXSiE...

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 January 1864

THE CHRONICLE. WARREN, O. WEBIMBAT. J1KIU4KT 20th, 1864. To Our Subscribers. As we bare heretofore stated, on the first of February we shall commence to act upon the "advance pay system, and shall cease to send our paper to any sub scriber who has not paid in advance. We hare been compelled to take this course by the increase in the price of paper, and labor, and all the materials which are in dispensable to our business, as well as the increased cost of living, and as we treat all our subscribers alike, hope none will take offense. To-day we send bills to all who are indebted to us for subscription. We should be pWsed to have all who re ceive them call at our office, or send us the amount of their accounts by mail. If it is not convenient for any to pay their present indebtedness, if they choose to settle the old account by note, and pay for the coming year, we should be glad to hare them do so. At all events, we should like to hare them settle, whether they re new their subscripti...

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. — 27 January 1864

Chronigee -js -eg ESTE '.tU'P "lAl . : VOL. 48. NO. 23. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY. OHIO. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 27, 18(54. WHOLE NO. 2469.1 W KESERVE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. - mraufti). c . in mo, wii. BiTirrt. H4PUOUU. ADAHS A RITI.ri, Western Reserve Chronicle. EM PIKE BLOCK. MARKET ST. - MANUFACTURERS. JINENOHAWUEEITK, Msnafuftarers of Stoves,. Plows, Castings. Tinware lov. r uroitnre. Move fipe.a-e. io. s. .Market ctreet M arrea. U. Aprils, uj. Manor afrers and Dealers in Boot. Shoe. KubWr. Ac Jm Dealer in Leather, FindiBg4leeta. Ac. Mryet Street. Warren. Ohiu. erci. E. Sra-, J. y,vT EUWAKD SPEAR A KOS, Manufacturers and Dealers in Lumber, Hough and Iirmni. Doors, Blinds, Sesh, Flooring, biding. Saingta end Lalb. N a. Canal Street, Vt arreu, 0. w. a. uxjhL. a. moHcsT. W. H. II I'LL. CO., Manufacturers of Improved Steam Engines, Iron and Braes Founder. and iillwrighta. Franklin Foundry. Corner of Liberty and bouts Streets, Warren. Ohio. ALIKASDEB XcfOXXELI.. Manufacture and Dealer in Boots...

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. — 27 January 1864

THE CHRONICLE. WARREN, O. WEBXESDAT, JAXXAKT STtb.lSeg. Our Work for the Coming Week. Immediately after the issue of the cur- reM number of the Chronicle we shall commence the work of revising our sub scription list. Although from tim to t;m we have, for good cause, slightly trimmed our ust; yet it has never had such a thor ough pruning as we now desicn to eive it' The work, in some respects, will be far from pleasant, yet for the good of all con cerned, we deem it to be necessary. lt us look at a township. First, there is the name of a substantial farmer, worth more than the Chronicle Office, and all concerned in it how stands his account? A little in arrears now, although some- wnies in advance. Well, we have given lair warning, and he will think we are not in earnest, if the pencil is not drawn over his name. Next comes one who has patronized the Chronicle for ever so many years, and prob ably the first we shall hear of him, will be an inquiry why At paper was stopped. He forgets...

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. — 27 January 1864

Western r Reserve Chrwucn TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. dunrr" ; . s. pa- cent at H,.r...u,'.?" arrearage, an paM x- - vru ui Lue puoiunem. Of idiirtlla Selaare?' UuM t,u " Jch Iw I w w ! f ijr tjWro .50 sI.qq j j 1Jiu g,M f, ,ou J 7,00 20 1 8.001 3.501 5.0m g.0U 12.(10 5.U0I T.(i0 10,00 16,00 Square 1.50 i eolumn 2,50 1 j column "iMV 1 column 6.00 1 4,00 7.00 ".00 I 12,001 12.001 .00 20,(i0 35.00 60,0 .00 9.001 12.001 20.00 1 35,001 ertUements aoi under contract, mart be mark th length of time desired, or they will be ontinned and charged for until ordered oat. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertise ment, w) per cent more. "ty?.1 and Marriages insert eJ gratis, bnt Obituary Notices chanted half rie. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. Yearly Advertisers will be charred extra tor Dis solution and other Notice, net connected with tneir regular business. Business Card, not exceeding 3 line. tlfiO a line Per year: each additional line. 7s cents. jor PBISTISC...

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. — 27 January 1864

Cutting Grafts vrraiis oi mi irini trees n,uv to. cut into in autumn tu- e.ulv win i, and packcl avay in suttJ or earth, or mtu li better in d.-tinr. mo, liii Syirijj; tlio object leiiij; to rvuiit the natural moisture, atid no m .r. unit particu larly avoiding wuter-sfMikio. Thciv is a decided advautnjjo in cutting grafts before whiter, ot plums or tlio tenderest sorts ot poar, as Iho sever ity of tlie cold, although not killing the shoots, iVequiiitly ret-trd their vigor and lessoti-t tluir iprowlh. Hut it cut now and properly parked they come oat fresh and vigorous iu the Spring. The easiest mode of keeping grafts through winter, audi, requiring tho least attention, is to eecurj tlieui in a box open it the; top by cross pieceu and only partly filled, aod then place this bcx top downwards, in an exca vation of earth oa aa . dry a spot as can ba selected, and -then bury the whole. Grafts which hue been re ceived much willed will thus be tored to pluTnpness. Seethatall the graft aro...

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 February 1864

TERN JKESaEKtf HJHRUNld - VOL.. 48, NO. 24. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1804. WHOLE NO. 2470. WES EE . " " IK J; . RAPtsoon. c. 4. adaus. ww. (itctkl. H4POOHD. ADUS RITrXF.U Westers Reserve Chronicle. SMPIKE BLOCK, MAHKET ST. wfr Urate, rate wWtwrf . ii.- MANUFACTURERS. Manufacturers of Stoves,' Plows, Casting;,Tinware tve Furniture, Stove Pipe, Ac. No. 5. Market fctreet, an-en, 0. April s, 'ox CHiXAGC iOILMORE. & jnureclurersaud Deslorsin Boots. Shoe. Rubbers, Also Deek-rsin Leather, Findings.lLast:!, ke street, w wren, OLio. spcak. x. spear, j. EUWABO SPEAK M, Manufacturers and Ieskrs in Lumber, Rough and DrowMsf, boors. Blind, -sh. Flooring. Siding. Miinglas ud Lath, So 1. Canal Street, Warren, U. V. H. BULL 8. HTDltl'BT. W. II. 11 1 LI, CO.. ftlaniLracturert of Improved Steam Engines. Iron aud Bras. Founder and Millwright.". Frauklin Foundry, Corner of Liberty and routh .Street. Warren, Ohio. ALEXAXDCK MrttlWEl.1, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boot, Sh...

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 February 1864

JOTRONICLE. WARREN, $T " The Spirit of Our Armies. "We publish elsewhere in this paper in teresting extracts from letters of an offi cer in the army of tbe Cumberland, rela tive to tha condition of our forces in a sec tion of that Military Department. It is a matter for much regret that the brave men in that part of the service should be obliged by the fortunes of "grira-visaged war" to endure such hardships as the wri ter most graphically narrates. It is enough to undergo the ordinary privations of camp life and the imminent perils of battle fields, without the super-added miseries of being scourged by freezing winter storms, amid hunger and nakedness. Is it not strange that bitter wails and com plaints from those suffering soldiers have not reached our ears in thunder tones! And who would dare to censure them had their hardships been told to the country in audible complaints? But to the amaze ment of their fvllow-country-men, the glorious defenders of the nation, have no complaint...

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 February 1864

Western Reserve Chronicle On. ZwJ,EE?i.F SUBSCRIPTION. Pt Mthe eiS "i1..11 re paid eg- me option of the publishers. Kl, r AisirU.lns;, fce.uaru!' " 1U" i- inch iu space, make , -r I I w in 6m I lyr ;gaiggAjgui,uo t 1.50 1 $ j'a j $ 4.06 j $ 7.; "Muare 1.0c 1 9.001 3.50 1 A00J 7.001 12,00 25!5LiMi3!W 6.00 1 lo.ooP 12.001 20,00 1600 ' column 2.501 4.00 I 4.CKH 7.00 I ' 6,06 J 6,110 I 9.001 12.00 12.00 I 20,001 20,00 85,00 column 1 column 6,00 I ,00 35,001 60,1 'rasetnentsnotnnder contract, mart he mark A 1 ;-.- ouBm 01 mi desired, or they will continued and charged for until ordered out. . Notices, and extra displayed Advertl be vertise- teths and Marriages iu.-rted gratia, but Obituary .Notices charged naif price. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably 1 early Advertiser will be chan-ed extra for Dis- solution and other Notice. nt connected with their regular business. runaem Card, not excecdinf 3 line, $1,00 a line per year; each additional line. 7a cent. JOB FBISTIXC. H...

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 February 1864

Telegraphic Anecdote. Tho Trenton SUUe Gj;.?tte puhlisb." P8 the following translation of a clev' er telegraphic anecdote in the Courrkr des Etas Unit: 2fot long since, a facetious operator of the telegraphic line between Wash ington and STew York. Kent Ilia (.-, lowing dispatch from Philadelphia to his colk'aguo in the imperial citj-. The whole affair 13 rather amusing: " PHILADELPHIA. Annl 1 Trt.fr h.. Jones, Xew York: please send n.c ten dollarp, in order to enable mo t' p7 for purchases. MISS JULIA. The 2sew lork operator, not sus pecting anything wrong, immediately responded: "You have forgotten to gend me the address of Mr. Jones." Tothi3 the Philadelphian replied: "The author of tha ilicnatoii Las not indicated a ny ud J-ess. Yo;i can i CO doubt find it iTi the city directory." ! Here another message was trans-1 initted between the two cities. j "I have already searched, and f find j co ic-PS than live hatuirca Joneses :n tha directory; wl.ich is th? Jones n! Miss Julia7"' Th...

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 February 1864

Chroni Western ;; : ... i i . i ERVE 3 CLE. VOL. 48, NO. 25. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1864. WHOLE NO. 2471. t " AS BJJJINESSJDIRECTORY. . X. KArOUOD, C A. ADAMS. M. BITEZCL. . , H tPIKtOB. A1K4MS A RITEZEL, runLisHkss or Western Reserve Chronicle. EMPI&S BLOOK. HAfiZET ST. 7 or lerau, rm. o" WtwWtit, V&. set tassrfs. MANUFACTURERS. J A 51 ENOK W H EtUR, Manufacturer of Stoves, Plows. Castinps.Tinware Stove Furniture, Sto Pipe, Ac. Jio. .S, Market Street. Warren, 0. April X". VS. jatun?tnrer:and Dealers in Boot?. Shoes. Robbers, ic' Also Dealinin Leather, FindingsJ.i.au. Ac, Market Street. Warren, Ohio. E. 8FE4I. E. SPEAK, JR. EBHABB omit A IMS, 'Manufacturers and I)ealer in Lumber, Roturh and Dressed. Dors, Blinds, Sah. f looring. Siding:. t . ahirurbj and Lath. " 1. Canal Street, W arren, u. -W. H. HCT.I. S. MKDBriT. W. M. Ill LI. CO.. Alanofacturen of Improved Steam Engines. Iron and bras. Founders and Millwrights, Franklin Foundry, Corner of ...

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 February 1864

THE CHRONICLE.: WAKHEN, O, , Jeff. Davis and Editor DeBow. Mr. DeBow, known as the editor of I a Southern Review tuat bears his name, and somewhat famed as the chief of Southern economists, has recently con fessed that stubborn facts and the irre futable logic of figures disprove some of the dearly cherished theories of South ern t talesmen and politicians. Perceiv ing his error, Mr. DeBow was bold and candid enough to express his new opin ions, but like Gallileo of old, he was for bidden to say "the world moves." Jeff. Davis, soon as ho saw the article, ordered the suppression of the periodical, and threw the intrepid editor into prison. "The rebel chief had a more mortal terror of the columns of truth-telling fig wes of the editor of the Keview, than of the more imposing columns of ten thous and Yankees in battle array. The defec tion of the strongest and most rabid pai tizan of Southern theories, was a muti nous ebulition not dreamed of, by either friend or foe of the rotten cott...

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 February 1864

.Western" Reserve Chronicle TERM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. On, VeUar and Fifo Cent, in aoWtw.- IW M-r'- V ferment xe mot mm advtnr. Ho pa r discontinued until til arrearages art paid ex sept at the option of the publisher. ml Advert la tug, Twelve line eqiu'. to inch in (pace, make a oca are. 1 Square $ .50 $1,00 1 $ 1.60 I $ V I $ 4.00 1 $ 7.00 2 Squares 1.UDI 2,00 1 J,5u 5.00 1 8.00 i 12,00 Square 1,50 a,Ol o,u 7.001 10.001 16.00 column 2.501 4.00 1 6.061 MO I 12.00 Jt. Xeolmnn 4.001 7.00 1 9Urt 12.001 20,001 35,00 1 column 6.00 1 S.OO I 12.00 1 20.00 S5.0 oA0 Advertisements not under contract, must be mark ed the length of time detired, or they will be eontinued and chaired for until ordered oat. Special Notice, and extra displayed Advert! semenu, 60 per cent more. Deaths and Married inserted gratia, bat Obituary iouees cnargM nan price. Transient Advertisement to be paid for invariably in advanoe. X early Advertiser will be charted extra for Dis- - Solu tion and other rtotiees.net conne...

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 February 1864

For the Chronicle. KITTY KIRTLE. BY MARCUS M. TUTTLE. Aii.t,t,e' fnrward. wingless fay, , Ail gold and gossamer and unre. Ana inward suui-hine melting war an rosy blushes o'er the treasure. ' A.Vj-retr-' P'"-ir you fcertoirL ; Kitty's wee. wee flow 'ret gay H iln ju.t this differaace flowers. I'm t!d, lorn to the suu she turns away. A rosy wreath, lite Fancy's fair .r or Kitty's trow 1 iLi entwim iirest. Den railed bereaaen of heart, and .lea rest And asked hor to be ueen of mine. .' - But Kitty plucked away the crown. ,Aud strewed its Toses on the river, Th-n laughed to See thorn ripple dwn My hopes and roses ttrined together. 0 cruel Kitty, if the ernwn Y'ou do not cherish, wear thl? ring. And if tbii heart you will not own, Set me in your), and let its k in. "Take back your heart, take back your rin. A tie for all suck ho;u and wisheel oil never can be crowned king ',00r erowa B) given to the hsues t" " ' ; ; 0 heartiest maiden! Winter'' shroud Is not so cold as you go' 1 bye! th...

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 February 1864

Western R ESEI t VOL. 18, NO. 2C. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1864. WHOLE NO. 2472. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . . arS0O1 C A. 1MU, WTf. BITEZKL. RlHiOOB, ADAMS RITEZEL, FCBLiaUKKS OF Western -Reserve Chronicle, EMPIRE BLOCK. MARKET ST. - MANUFACTURERS. JAXESOS WHEELEJt, .Manufacturers of StnTM, Wowl, Castiiigt.Tinwsrr mot furniture. Move ripe.ce. iso. 5, Market Street, Warren. 0. ... April 2. '63. v- CKASAOE ttilUOBE. .Manufacturers and Deelersln Boots, Shoes. Rnhbere. so. Also Dealers m Lemtrw, Findings,l sts. Ac. Market .Street. Warren,. Ohio. W. M. HCLL. MOSCTBT. W. II. HCLL CO.. Unalbntnran of Tmnrared Steam Ensinee. Iren and Brass Founders and Millwrights, Franklin foundry, Corner of Lioerty end bouth Streets. Warren. Ohio. ; ALKKaXDEB MK'OXSELL, Manufacturer and Ilei in Boots, Shoes, Leather aaa rinding. Main street, arren. unio. e. li. Aixisex, UafWtarw and Dealer in Saddles. Harnesses. Martirmlas. Trenkl. Whins. Buffalo and FancrRobes. Horse-Biankeu, Cov...

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 February 1864

THE CHRONICLE: , 11 V V XT 1 WEBXESnArTrEiBRr AKT 17. IB64. ! The Ohio Legislature,—The Biennial System. The chief aim of oar Stat Legislators, th'u winter, aeema to be how toaToid, do inir rathej-. than to do. anvihinj.' Thus far tiiey hare encceeaea aamirat.y. ... c w ( in T!n over the meagre reports furnished , in the S'.ate Capital papers for a report of the ltbors of t?e L7iUtare, and tl- , , . . thou 'a a'riumlvr of bills ara d u:y intro-' . J I duce!, but little is matured, while post-; ponment seems to be the favorite policy. I ,. , , . . - A ... . t.i - it i l. next winter, i IneriuVie. The biennial aystenx ha, been practically nullified ever j sine it became a law. Tvoe we hare bi-' ennial ' elections, bat that by no mean prevents annual sessions. If annu.il meet ings are unavoidable, in consequence of the demands of the public interest and the'practice of holding adjourned sessions would seem to indicate it, why should not the fundamental law be modified to au thorize ann...

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 February 1864

Wester Rierve Ciroaicle. f n TI:aitS Of StBSCKIPTIO.N. J Wouuauod until ail trrunn are pail i oept at tue option of tho puhiiaiierx. f Adver-tlaing, JLWJ 3f I w Sin m iy r '-gf.'y .qv I ei.vjJjojj:j.M j 4.W t 7.UI S.UUI U -S2WgUM S.U), 5.001 7.WCI 10.001 16,01 S.t;l a.i. 35.W 1 column 6.f' j ;i,ij iioi a(wj 3o,coi kr.i Advertisement, not under cenrrm-t. mM be mark L" ... '" ui dewreti. w mw will b. B i I- ' tr until ordered ..ut. .V,""'- "" all Adverti. mTit. v iM.r cent mo it. V , . Mrriilc--' irti gratis, but Obituar Tran'ietit Advertisements to be paid for invariahlt lu adva tec. Yearlr Ad-e.-tiar". will he charred extra for Dis solution and nther Notices, net counected with tnexr reeular husinne. - I uinr-an Cartl. rx exeeedin 3 tinea. ?l,fH)a lin swr year; aco aajmoojil line, J cents. JOB rKlTI.S. Harint reemtlr made large additions of the utm at.viee el type, to our aaeortiocnt of Jot Printing material, we are prepared to execute in . ' """'"-r. the dillereut varieties of l'la...

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 February 1864

S. C. FOSTER'S LAST SONG. A you've walked through tb town oa fin um Bier'-g day, Ths (object I've got, yo have Men, I dare nr. kP railings and fences, wherever y ou go, -ru.i.i,e.,n PeT ballad sticking bp in a row; The title to read yo nay stand for a while. Ana some are m odd they will cause yon to smile; I noted them down u I read them alone, Ana 1 re put them together to make no my tons. Caon-Old sonsi 1 Sew ions I Erery kind of song, I noted them down as I read them alone Thers was Abraham's Daughter" "Going out on a With "old TJncle Snow" In the Cottac y the Be. If your foot U pretty, ghbwit" t At Jniant call ;" And "Why did the leave aim nawlr" There was "Bonnie Aanie" and f "Pa the ratine oa with "A jockey hat Idon t think mnrh of yon" "We were boy and Kirls together" Do they think of me athomi?""ITl be free and asy still" (Are an now a rood commander" with "The iword of Bunker HUL" Caoars-Old eong. Ae. ; ..J.."J "When this cruel vat U oxer" "No Irish need ap ply." ' "For eve...

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 February 1864

TERN RESEI a i f ICLE. . . VOL. 48, NO. 27. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1864. WHOLE NO; 2473 JVE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . . lUMOTlB. C 4. aS.YS, VS. BtTSZBL. H1P&OOD, ADA 31 S RITEZEL, T rcBUABiu 'of Western -Reserve Chronicle. SMFIHS BLOCK. MASKET ST. F yr low, rate? of mdrertitint. dr.. aer inruU.t MANUFACTURERS. Manufacturers of Stoves, Plows, Castinirs.Tinware Stove Fnrnitnre.Stove Pin.ake. Ko. 5, Market 6treet. Warren, 0. April 9. '63. CBAXAGE A C3LMOSE. .Manufacturers and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, ate. Also Dealersin Leather, FindinglJLasu. c Market Street, Warren, Ohio. w. - boll. , KKDarar. M". . airUL CO., . Manufacturers ef Improved rheam E urines. Iron and Brass Founders and Millwrights, Franklin Foundry Corner of Liberty and South Streets, n arren, Ohio. AI.EXAXPER JlcCOSXElL, auanufacturer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather ana z umiaga, jnma etreet, arren, Utuo. E. II. AIXISOX, Manufacturer and Dealer fn SAlla VI Bridles, Martuurales...

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 February 1864

THE CHRONICLE. WARREN, O. TOIPUT, FEBUXAT it, W- Veterans' Festival. TV. FpatiTal -eiven br tli citiient of tbU tow a and rioinity. in honor of tbe re turned veterans, came off on Thursday tha lotnYW w in aU restectB, com- pleto.ncca.-Wbink that the sold'ieit wcr irratified bv this exhibition Ol tue p TJs.tk of their fervices by their fr;An.uu naishbors. at homt and we kuotr that the !rest element of the pleasure felt by those friends eraf-isted in the fuet that the soldiers seemeu to en' joy this demonatnlion in their beiialf. The day was exceedingly eold, tha mer- curr standing . below tero a greater ir nt tha Av. but the ' frost could ' not cWl the feelio of the ladieswLo hadtheooL-i misatiry department in charge, nor in the least Impede- their operations. One of the most fortunate incidents of the day. waa, that Go. Tod happened to oome here on the morning train from Briar Hill, intending to retarn by the ten o'clock down twin, bat yielding to the earnest entreaitea of the Commi...

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