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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 8 June 1864

Western Reserve Chronicle. I!at of AdTCJ-tlfrlug, Twelve lino equs Jo one inch ui space, make be. n are. Iwrj aw f,H 3 ui Org lyr t S jmtre r ,7' j s-15 j j j it 1 y.lO I j" o,00 I $ 8.00 Z tuntua i.irJ I 5.50 1 .) 14.00 0;n:ri- 2 m'j 6.00 I 8.00 t 12.T 18,00 column ) -S.vX) 7.W I 10.00 I 15.00 I 12.00 'ycWuinu 5.511 8.001 10.001 15.00 35.00 Xl iiu.un S.00 I ljAM 15.00 1 25.00 1 40.00 1 70.00 Ad rcrti.oroem not under contract, muet be mark ed the lcai-ta of time doaired, or they will be continued ai.d charred lor until ordered out. especial Notice, and extra displayed AdTerri- In an t &:t nnr Mnt mAtw. Deatb and Marnaroe iiworted gratis but Obituary Xotice. charred hfelf t.ri.-e. Transient Adver-jMraent - be M for invariably in advance. Ytmrtv AdvftrtiMirt wiU h charred extra for In I solution and other 'oties, nt connected with Business Cards, not exceeding 3 lines, 1,00 a line per yean ech additional line. ,a jenta. JOB PRI.m Having recently made large additions of the latest ...

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. — 8 June 1864

RUB OR RUST. Idler, why lay down to die t Better rub than nuke Bark 1 the lark rings in the sky lHe, whendie yen BinM x ' Day is waking, leave arc shaking. BatUr rab than rut. In the grave there's sleep enough Better rub than mat ; Death, perhaps, is hunirer proof; Die. when die thoa must: Men are mowing, brasses blowing. Better rub than rust. Men who will not work shall want; Nought for nought, is just: Won't do, must do. when bo can't Better rub than mst. Bees are flying, sloth is dying. Better rub than rust. wont to declare .that in the autumn days, when the leaves are changing and lolling, his poetic ge ius quite deserted hirnand he could not write a line. But in the spring time, when the sap began to stir in the trees and all nature to revive, the life around him thrilled his heart, though it could not reach Lis eyes; and the amanu ensis could hardly keep pace with ibe flow- of unpremeditated song. One dees not woCder at the spring burst; but it seems -curious that the quiet, 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. — 15 June 1864

-1 VOL. 48, NO. 43. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 18G4:;; WHOLE-NO. 2489. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . . HAFGlMID. C A. ADAMS. TM. UTMH.. II iPlinOD. ADAMS A RITEZEI., rrBLISIIKKS OF vVesteiix Reserve Chronicle. EMPIBE BLOCK.. MARKET ST. . " For term, rale of adverlUino.&T, tee imnd.' MANUFACTURERS. JAMESON WHEELER. Mannfaetnrerii of Stores. Plows, Castinco.Tinirare rtre Fiirnitnre, Store i'ie, Ac. No. ft. Market Street. Warren, O. April 2S. Vt. f-RAXAUE & C.H.WORE. laoufactarr and Pealersio Boots, Shoes. Rubbers, ' Jer, Also Dealers in Leather. FindingsJLasta. Ae-, Market Street, Warrea. Ohio. . W. H. MILL. 8. Ki.(il'KV. II. HI LL t'O-, 4nufaturers of Improved Steam Engines, Iron and lira.su Founders' and Millwrights. Frank Iid rnuodry, C'ornw of Libert? and South rUraet. Warren, Ohio. AI.EXA.MER Xri'OMKLU ' Manufacturer and Iealer in Boots Shoes, Leather and Findings, Main Street. Warreil. Ohio. E. II. ALI.ISOX, tfannfneturer and Dealer in Saddles, llarnespes...

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. — 15 June 1864

THE CHRONICLE WARREN, O. WUXESDAT, JITXE 15, 1M4. KATIOX AX rxiOX TICKET. For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, of Illinois. Tor Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON, of Tennessee." Ohio Presidential Elector. JOHN A. BINGHAM, of Harrison. JOHN PETER BIEHN, of Brown. The Vnton State Ticket. Supreme Judge. (FOB TBI FCLl TERM,) LUTHER DAY, of Portage. . (to fill vacancies ) Long Vacancy, WILLIAM THlTE,"of Clark. Short Vacancy, HORACE "WILDER, of AahUbula. Secretory of State, WILLIAM H. SMITH, of Hamilton. Attorney General, " W. P. RICHARDSON, of Monroe. Comptroller of the Treasury, MOSES R. BRAILY, of Fulton. Board of Publio Works, (fcll term.) PHILLIP HERZING. of Auglaia. fro vacancy.) JAMES MOORE, of Coshocton. Our Candidates. The National Union Party baa formally declared its choice for President and Vice President, and defiantly unfurled its cam paign banner to the breexe, inscribed with the inspiring names of Lincoln A Johnson. The re-nomination of President Lincoln bad been anticipated by th...

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. — 15 June 1864

Western .Reserve .Chronicle. Kxlea tf AdverilalBu;, " Twelve Un equal to on inch in space, uiak 4uar. . lw 3w w ra lyr I Square ,7j $US $ 2,01 1 $ x.00 1 5.00 1 $ 9.00 ixiuaroi Uiti ti So,nare 2.)IX:sT 4.0J Tool S.50I .(W 14,11) S.0UI 12.001 18,00 -.wlumn .ViU S.tH) 7.UW 10,001 15.001 22.00 S column 5,fr)"l H.OOI 10.001 15.001 25.00 40.00 column 8,00 12.00 15.00 25.00 1 40.00 I 70.00 Advertisements nni under contract, most be nark" ed the length of time desired, or they will be continued end charted for until ordered not. Speoial Notices, and extra displayed Advertise ment, .Vi per cent more. Deaths and Marriages inserted gratia but Obituary Notice charted half price. Transient Advertisement to be id for invariablj in advance. Yearly Advertiser will be ehanred extra fur Dis solution and other Aouces. nt connected with their reenlihr hndinMs. Raines Cards, not exceeding S lines, $1,00 a line ier year; each additional line. 7a Mate. JOB PBIHTIKIi Having recently made large audition of...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 15 June 1864

SPRING CLEANING. Tha melancholy days nave com, the saddest of the year." Of cleaning paint, and scrubbing floors, ud soour- - fwuilitri Hgd in tha oornsn of the room, the ancient dirt ley quiet; The ehairs alltopey-tnrpy.thehouBe in most dread ful not; Bat now the carpets are all up, and from the atsir case top The Bistres calls to men and maid to wield the broom and mob. Where are those rooms, thnre quiet rooms, the - house bat now presented, w herein we dwelt, nor dreamed of dirt, so eosy and contented. Alas I they're turned all apside down, that quiet suite of rooms. With slops and suds, and soap and sand, and tubs and pails and brooms; Chain, tubs, stands, are standing round at sixes and at sevens. While wife and housemaids fly about like meteors in the heavens. The parlor and the chamber floor were cleaned a week ago. TM earpet snook, and windows washed, as all the neighbors know: But still the sanctum had escaped the table piled . with books, reus, ink and paper all about, pea...

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 June 1864

v - 7OL. 48, JStO. 44. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1864. WHOLE NO. 2490. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. a. x. mrrtoon. c a. adims. ik. ritkzki II4PG0. ADAMS RITF.ZEI., pnm.iRHVR or Western Reserve Chronicle. ' empire block, mabket st. For term, rtitrt of adwrrtinno. t'C ft inide.1t JMANUFACTTXRERS. 1 AMEKOlT WHKF.I.F.R, UinuU -turera of Stores. Plows, Ca3tings.Tinirare Stove Furuitare. Stove Pipe. Ac Ko. 5, Market Street. Num. O. April ss. Vi. CB ti t k CILHOBE. lanufarturereand Dealers in Boots. Shoes, Bobbers, Ac Aio Dealers in Leather, FindinpJLasts. Ac, Market Street. arrttn, Ohio. W. H. HULL. 8. MKnHUKV. w. ii. nrLi. 'o.. ianufarturers of Improved Steam Engines. Iron and lirass Founders and Millwrights. Franklin Foundry, Corner of Liberty and South street: Warren, Ohio. ' ALEXAIEK Mrt'O.VMLL, Uanufrturer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather and r iadmg3. Main Street, arren. Uluu. - E. II. ALLISOST, ' -- " Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddlos. Harnesses, h;,ll- fori;.Bl...

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 June 1864

THECHRONICLE WARREN, O. WED1CSD1T, JUSX , IS. KATIOSAL r.MOX TICKET. For President, - ABRAHAM LINCOLN, of Illinois. For Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON, of Tennessee." Ohio Presidential Electors. JOHN A. BINGHAM, of Harrison. JOHN PETER BIEHN, of Brown. Tbe rnlon State Ticket. Supreme Judge, (rot tbk full Tim.) LUTHER DAY. of Porta.. (TO mi TACAHCII3.V Long Vacancy, WILLIAM WHITE, of Clarke. Short Vacancy, HORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula. Secretary of State, WILLIAM H. SMITH, of Hamilton. Attorney General, W. P. RICHARDSON, of Monroe. Comptroller of the Treasury, MOSES R. BRAILY, of Fulton. Board of Publio Work. (full tzku,) PHILLIP HERZING, of Auglaize. froa vaca-vct.) JAMES MOORE, of Coshocton. Four Days' Experience of the 171st Regiment. Tbe morning of Thursday, 9th ioet., broke upon the regiment at Johnson's Island, finding it pursuing the usual rou tine of camp life, with nothing to disturb its monotony. A portion of the daily du ties had already been performed, when a rumor, vague ...

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 June 1864

Western y Reserve Chronicle.. Botes r Adves-tlal, X weir lice. qiu: Uose loch in wtM, make Iwj w w Sm n. lyr Jb.nre .731 $1.23 i $ 2,'Ju I 3.00 I $ 6.00 1 8.00 4.W I 5.50 1 8,00 14,00 liaro 2 OOl 8.217" S.4 8.001 12.001 18.06 yjtcruua3 Oj qo j 7.QH 16.00 15.00 1 22.00 -"lumn 5.5-) I 8 (101 10.00 1 15.001 25 001 40 00 eolnmn 3,00 1 1 j.uQ 15,00 1 25.00 1 40.00 1 70.00 Adverti the length of time desired, or they will be continued and charged for nntil ordered out. special Notice, and extra displayed Advertise ment. U mt cent more; Ueains and Marriages inserted gratis not Obituary .Aoticcs charged half price. rtTi.er.t Advertisement t ve ttd for invariably in advance. 1 early Advertisers will he' charred extra for Dis solution and other Notices, nt connected with their regular business. HrMnef. Cards, not exceeding 3 line, $1.0(1 a line par year: earn additional Une. o oent. JOB PBIXTIXO Having recently made large addition! of the latent etyie of type, to our assortment of Job Printing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 22 June 1864

Marvels of Liquid Manure. A German, with bis wife, and two children .jast large enough to pull weeds and drive a fow,. Lad settled, seven years before, on eight acres, from which the owner had been driven by running deeply in debt at the grog shop. The drunkard's acres had of course become starved and desolate: the fences were half down, there was no garden, and the hovel, in which his unhappy family was once snugly housed, appeared ready to take its departure on tbe wings ot the wind. Every fruit-tree had died, in this squaiid condition the newly arrived . German took possession, with the privilege of purchasing for $G00. His whole capital was three dollars. He began with four pigs which ho paid for in work. The manure from these was daily emptied into an empty butter-firkin, which also served as a fam ily water-closet, and the whole was converted into liquid manure, which was supplied to cabbages and onions. A gentleman who lived near, and who noted the progress of this indust rio...

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 June 1864

Western Resehvts VOL. 48, NO. 45. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1864. WHOLE NO. 2491. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. O. It. APO(HI. C. A. ADAMS. WM. IITIJIL. lIAPeOOD. ADAIS KITEZEIv Western Reserve Chronicle. EMPIRE BLOCK. MARKET ST. 9" For term, mtrt n f ahmitia, &-r et iastaVB MANUFACTURERS. Manufacturers of Stov.s, Plows, Ca.tinrs.Tinwar Ptove Furniture, Stove Pipe, Ac Ito. 5. Market Street, W arren. 0. April za. '63. CRANAGE k tilLHORE. Jtc. Also Dealers in Leather, FindinssJLastji. Ac... Market street, arren, Unio. V. B. HULL. - . MKDBI IT. W. II. II I LL. 0., ianufarturers of Improved Steam Engines. Iron and Bras Founders and MiUwriKhu. Franklin Foundry, Corner of Liberty and bouth Streets, arren, Unio. ALEXAXDES SIeCOXXEa.1 Manufacturer and Dealer in Boot. Shoes, Leather and rinding. Main Street. arren. Ohio. E. H. JtU.lKOX, U , .mJ T.l. S Q-.litlA. 11 Fancy kobes, Horse-Blankets, Covers, Fty-Kets, i i : .. 1 'iV.i.Lj l L , ... li.. 1 A c. no n. wcei erne ui hi...

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 June 1864

THE CHRONICLE WARREN, O. WEDNESDAY, Jt?X M, isatiosal, rxios ticket. For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, of Illinois. For Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON, of Tennessee." Ohio Presidential Electors. JOHN A. BINGHAM, of Harrison. JOHN PETER BIEHN, of Brown. Too Union State Ticket. Supreme Judges. (FOR THI rCLL TERM f) LUTHER DAY, of Portage. . (TO FILL VACANCIES.) Long Vacancy, WILLIAM WHITE, of Clarke. Short Vacancy, HORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula. Secretary of State, WILLIAM H. SMITH, of Hamilton. Attorney General, W. P. RICHARDSON, of Monroe. Comptroller of the Treasury, MOSES R. BRAILY, of Fulton. Board of Public Works, (full tm,) PHILLIP HERZING, of Auglaize. (tor tacakct,) JAMES MOORE, of Coshocton. Completion of the A. & G. W. Railway to Dayton. Concluding Ceremonies. The completion of the Atlantic and Great Western .Railway to its western terminal connection at Dayton with its Cincinnati extension, via the C. H. & D. R. R., was accomplished on ineutninst. Ibe important event w...

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 June 1864

Western Reserve Chronicle. Kmtca wf Advertising, " Twelve line equal to out inch in space, make & Square. lw Iw Iw In Bui lyr 1 Square i .75 jpJS I 8 2,00 1 $ 3,00 I $ 6,(10 I $ 8.U6 T Squares 1. au 2. LIU 4,(0 ) S.5U MO I 14.(10 Squares 2.00 I I 6.00 8.06 I 12.00 I 18.00 yco'uma S.00 5,00 1 7.09 16.00 15.001 22.00 H column 5.50 1 8.00 10,00 1 15,001 25,00 1 40.00 column 8,00 1 12.00 15,00 25.00 40.00 70.00 Advertisements not under contract, must be mark ed lb length of time desired, or they will be continue a and charged lor an til ordered oat Special Notice, and extra displayed Advertise menU. 50 tmr cent mare. Deaths and Marriage inserted gratis bat Obituary aotices charged hall price. Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. Yearly Advertisers will be charted extra for Dis solution and other Notices, net connected with their regular business. Business Cards, not exceeding 3 lines, $1,00 a line per year: each additional line. To jenta. JOB PRIXTIXe Havin...

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 June 1864

A KINGDOM BY THE FIRESIDE. u a. Mnf in lay ewa domain! And my Tittle wife u queen; And jointly over oar realms we reirn A royal couple I ween. - Beauty and grv are the rotes that flow - Toe gems of trjun oa aea tsoMm ,W, ; . And lor in her golden crown. Her dainty hands are brown with toil. Her eheeks with the hreet.es' kisa, And she works for a tiller of the soil. Ax tf work br him was bliss. 1 " the king and the tiller, too a k WU 10 dlirf "d th strength to Jo, - , tuv vucij.vrs ui wj reign. At my touch the teeming earth yields up Mer wealth for my feast and store; I tie nectar of health brim high my cap My measure of bliss runs o'er. Oh I ne'er was a happier realm, I ween, 1m ours neath the archies sky : And never a happier kin and queen Xban my little wife and L Flat Surface for Corn. The old fashion of hilling corn so long prevalent among oar farmers appears still to have many advo cates. We are not at present pre pared to discuss the subject in all it bearings but shall merely...

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 July 1864

esrn Reserve VOL. 48, NO. 46. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1864. WHOLE NO: 2492. mm BUSINESS DIRECTORY. e. . hapqood. a a. adavs. ww. bttezel. HiPtlOOD, ADAX3 A KITEZEL, rtTHLTftllCKS 'or Western Reserve Chronicle. EMPIRE BLOCK, MARKET ST. Fortermu. ratet of advertinnt. At- t ituuU."X MANUFACTURERS. anufacturers of Stoves, Plows, Castings,Tinware eHove Furniture, Stov. Pip., ie. No. 5, Mmrket Street, Warren. O. April zs. tti. - CRAXAOC 16ILHOBE. anufacturers and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Ac Abo Dealers in Leather, FindingsJLasta, Ac, Market btreet, arren, unto. V. H. BULL. 8. MEDBCET. W. II. IIELX CO, I anufacturers of Improved Steam Engines, Iron and Brass Founders and Millwright. Franklin r oandry, Corner or AUDerty ana boutn Streets, tt arren, unio. ALEXANDER MfCOXSELL, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather and Findings. Main btreet, W arren. Unio. e. n. axusojt, , Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddles, Harnesses, Bridles, Martingales, Trunks, ...

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 July 1864

THECmONICLE WARREN, O. WED KEBDAT, JttT , 1864. KATTOXAI XTXIOX TICKET. For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, of Illinois. For Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON, of Tennessee." Ohio Presidential Electors. JOHN A. BINGHAM, of Harrison. JOHN PETER BIEHN, of Brown. Tbe Tnlon State Ticket. Supreme Judges. (for the full tikm,) LUTHER DAY, of Portage. (to fill vacancies.) Long Vacancy, WILLIAM WHITE, of Clarke. Short Vacancy, HORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula, Secretary of State, WILLIAM H. SMITH, of Hamilton. Attorney General, W. P. RICHARDSON, of Monroe. Comptroller of the Treasury, MOSES R. BRAIL Y, of Fulton. Board of Public Works, , . (full term,) PHILLIP HERZING, of Auglaize. f FO VACAXCT,) JAMES MOORE, of Coshocton. For the Chronicle. Deaths in Hospital. COVINGTON, July 2d, 1894. Dtar Chronicle:l have to record the death ot two more of the 171st regiment. Ham let Belden, son of David Belden of Far- mington, died on Monday morning last. and Orsemus Dunlap, son of Amos Dun lap, of Warren, died this...

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 July 1864

Western Reserve Chronicle. Ratea ef Advertising, Twelve lines equal to one inch ia apace, make otiitaxe. lw tw I w I Sm lyr 1 Square $ .75 iVX $ 2.00 1 3.00 I 5,00 $ 11,00 i Squares 1.50 1 2.t 4.00 1 5.501 H.0OI 14.00 Squares 2,00 s725 6.00 8.U0 I 12.001 18.00 M column 3.001 5,00 1 7.081 10.001 15.001 22.00 V. column 5.531 8,00 1 10,00 15,00 1 25,001 40.00 column 8.00 1 12.00 1 15,00 1 25.00 1 40,00 70.00 Advertisements not under contract, must b mark d the length of time desired, or they will be continued and charged tor until ordered out. Special Notice, and extra displayed Advertisements- 50 T.r enl mnre. Deaths and Marriacee inserted (rati but Obituary Notice charred half price. Transient Advertisement- to be paid for invariably in advance. Yearly Advertiser- will be charred extra for Dis solution and other Notices, net connected with tneir rernlar business. Rasinesa Cards, not exceeding 3 lines. $1,00 a line per year: each additional line. ,5 Mnta. JOB PBIXTIXe Having recently ...

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 July 1864

JUNE IS HERE. Jane, fair noontide of the year, Joy is In thyjatmosphero, Flowers and fruit, together born. Poor from thy prolific horn : Perfume, beauty, light and tone. To thy golden reign belong. June is her. , - ' " Strawberries in the field are seen Blushing "neath their leafy screen : Ripening cherries in the lane Glow like painted porcelain. And in yonder meadow, hark t Sings the yellow breasted lark. June is here. With their blushing burdens stoop Rose-briers by the cottage stoop; Honeysuckles spice the air. Blooms are opening everywhere. Hound whose nectar cups the bee Pours his maudlin melody. June is here Stars, bright isles of heaven's bine s Ye may homes of angels be. And this planet's landscape cold. 5 To the scenery ye unfold ; - - Y et this world to mortals given Is to me foretaste of heaven. When June is here. Faets for Farmers. "If yoa invest your money in tools, and then leave them exposed to the weather, it is the same as loaning money to a spendthrift without sec...

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 July 1864

VOL. 48, NO. 47. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY. 'OHIO. WEDNESDAY. JULY 1,5, 1864. WHOLE NO. 249 .-: !J.- JJ - -l IT TT TIV.- ir X" T TT S XI TT - T1 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . If. BAPOnOD. C A. ADAVS. WB. HITttBU. H HreOOD. ADJkXS RITEZEb PCBLISHHS or Western Reserve Chronicle. EMPIRE BLOCK, MABKET ST. orient, rntet of advtrlim$, Ac-. e iia.- MANUFACTURERS. JAESOJf.irHEEI.ER, anufarturera of Stoves. Plows. Castings.Tinwere Stove Kimiiture. Stove Pii'e, Ac. No. 5. Market Street. Warren. U. April 29. ttl. CRAXAUF. 4 (ilLnORE. anufacturera and Dealers in Boot. Shoes. B ubhera, Ac. Also Dealers in Leather. FindingsjLaiits. Arc, Market Street. Warren. Ohio. W. H. BtTI.t. B. MCBBrKT. . W. II. H I'LL. CO.. iannfacturers of Improved Steam Engines, Iron and Brass Founders and Millwrights, Franklin Foundry, Corner of Liberty and South Streets. Warren, Ohio. ALEXANDER JfrCOWELI, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather and i ladings. Main btreet, arren. Unio. E. II. ALLISOV, Manufacturer and Deal...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 13 July 1864

THE CHRONICLE! iTT WARREN. O. WEDXESDAT, JVIT 13, 18-e. I wjlTioxai. rxiosr ticket. FOR PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOB VICE PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Onto Presidential Electors. JOHN A. BINGHAM, of. Harrison. JOHN PETER BIEHN, of Brown. The Union State Ticket. ' . Supreme Judges. (FOR TH FPLL TEKM,) LUTHER DAY, of Portage. (to till tacaxcies.) Long Vacancy, WILLIAM WHITE, of Clarke. Short Vacancy, HORACE WILDER, of Ashtabula. Secretary of State, WILLIAM H. SMITH, of Hamilton. Attorney General, W. P. RICHARDSON, of Monro. Comptroller of the Treasury, MOSES R. BRAILY, of Fulton. Board of Poblio Works, " (rcii. TEEM,) PHILLIP HERZING. of Auglaize. FOR ACA.Cr.) JAMES MOORE, of Coshocton. The Rebel Raid li the chief .topic of excitement just now. We give the details, including the latest received before closing our paper. in this issue, which leaves less than usual room for articles on other topics. The rebels are evidently acting with desperate rashness, in ve...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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