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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 25 April 1855

3 SBrrklij arailq lournal, Deuofrii ia mbm, Slgrirnlto, literature, (gtaratiow, Xoral SnttDigrnrr, anb tjre Jbraa of tfit Daq. TRMS s ONS DOLLAR AND FIFTT CUfTS rsm AaacM, a viae. yOL. 39, NO. 36. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY APRIL 25, 1855 WHOLE NO. 2012- PUBLISHED BY BAPGOOO & ADAPTS, lariti block. Poetry. APRIL. There's joy in the valley. And joy on the hills, A gashing of torrent, Ji laughter of rills. An echo of gladness. From many a dell. For Spring's happy spirit Has broken the spell. There's joy in the forest, A musical din. For frolicking breexes . Are stealing within ; And birds on their pinions Their roundels) s sing, While beauty seems dwelling In eTery thing. The dew-drop that nestle In each Sow'rets cup. The glad sunshine seeth, , And drinketh them up ! The buds are as gently Unfolding their leaves. As the fall oi those blessings Our spirit receives. The clouds that are floating So lightly and free. Appear to our vision lake ships on the sea. And glitte...

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 April 1855

(&ltstfni itsrriic Cjjrciwlc. C. A. ADAMS, - O. X. HAl-tiOOD, ) DIT0U3. Warren, "Wednesday, April 25. Salutatory. "rVhen ft.c proprietorship of a public print passe into ne hands, it is due to its patrons that the course which it will take in the future, shall be distinctly marked out. It is hardly necessary to aay that the Chronicle will continue to advocate the cause of the Republican parij. Nor does it seem neces:ary to ay anything with regard to those parties .which once formed the two wings of the Republican party in this county, as they are now otter; harmonious and linifed, marching forward, shoulder to shoulder, Wiring along with them the prestige of past, itfed the aiturancc of future success, andt.be positive certainty of being on the tS5c55of the right. But in order that we cannot be misunderstood, we will define our pusitiva. ! to fel that slavery is an evil : sd klly, morally and politi ally evil, and only eril continually ; a foul blot upon Our country's escutcheon...

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 April 1855

Tin: Jestei-,) cscrbc ..iie. fl'PCuOD i IDTSS, TroprieSors T- oe D tl'ar a-j I rifiy Cents. !n advance; To oliars, ir nay er.t is not made in aivatioc Xoiiwr.l:iimii)ue.lul.lillrrrri,-rs ire pai'J, tccpt at the option oi the pu disher. " Do except RATKS OF ADVEUTISIX:!. Tvelw lines, or less, on insertion, .. two J - three " " each al lit'.oual insertion. Twelve lines, or less, three nim.-tUs, - - - " s.i " twelve " Tnrenty-n:r lines, t!;-ee w-.v 111. - $ .Vi 1 ' 5 5u 4 H 6 Ml 5 INI mi l " mi twelve - - Thirty-six lines, three inm:1 " .i " - W tm " " " twelve " J mi Advertisini? over Uiis aaoaat, at O.j rate of Bft.v ilu! lar: v"1 eolumn. Address Cards, iutertcd fur the year, at SI OOjirriia. J033 PlilXTING. Havingr a well s-lect-.l asunm-i.t of Jo IVin'.inc material, - aPt. (.rejuuvi t.i eseeiite ia lheTer- '-est BiantK-r all kiilJ wf piaiu ait.l faiiey liiox anil Jul. fruilin-i "rr as Chsek inks Bill Hea ls. Justices Uiauks, U-iayr- Ittr.uks, li:ii.d'.ii;, raiu;tilets, Shuw U.lis, ...

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. — 25 April 1855

BARNUM PLAYING FARMER—EPSOM SALTS TO CURE SICK LAND. Burnurn tie Barnum, 5s a Connecti citi fanner. - IIo has a passion that way. tt.is liia present Jiohbj. Sometimes it is ths 'Fire Anniliilator." and sometimes tW Crystal Palace annihilates him. ', Last year he had the hen fever. That was Lis hobby. He rode it till he spent about J 8,000, and then found that he had neither eggs or chickens for family use.- His neighbor's hens that " stole their nests," under the barn or by the side of the fence, hatched mTe chickens than hifidid, and when they were grown, they were healthy and good to eat, while his were drooping and sickly in their costly house. ': Farming, however, was always a hob by with him. He has been for years buying up the oM fields about Bridge port and digging out the stones, cover ing the giound with muck dug out of - 11 .1 11 VT .1 1 . an me neignoonng swamps, no mougnt Connecticut soil had someth;ng in it, and if it could be stimulated to give it up, it would produce ...

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 May 1855

Si JSrrklt) amilq Stanal, Stmfob ia fmfom, lmlto, riftrafarr, (gyration, local Satrlligrarr, anb fjyt 3lnns of fyt Datj. TERMS: OWE DOLL4.B ANB rXPTT CS2CTS ru antcm, im avascb. VOL. 39, NO. 3 7. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY MAY 2, 1855. WHOLE NO. 2013- PUBLISHED Br HAP GOOD & ADAMS, curiae a lock. Poetry. From the Louisville Times. RETURN OF SPRING. I knew by the song that the blue-birds sing J I know by the streamlet's roiee. That the rose-wreathed forms of the relret Spring, O'er the aplaods now rejoice ; I know by the scent of the primrose pale By the riolet's azure eye, - Chat the sprite of Spring has been in the rale. That the Winter has said Good-bye." . I know by the hum of the be that lies To he sweet-leafed maple there. That the bads hare opened their dewy eyes At the kiss of the warm south air ; I know by the trout, as he all day plays On the rocks beneath the mill. That the gentle foot of Spring now strays. Warm and soft o'er stream and hill. And I know b...

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 May 1855

Mtska Qtstxh CJronidt. C. A.- ADAMS, jGXN. HAPGOOD, e -irois. r-Warren,4 "Wednesday, May 12. Our County—the Times and the Prospects. S 'peets. j r i It cannot be denied, that during the past season- there has, for once, ; been wmetrttth'ia tlie Btereotjped cry of "Uard times, " scarcity--of morley,'; Ac. In this section '61 the Reserve, combination of circumstances such 1 semorn occurs iwicfe in a"cnl'Jry,' Has produced this effect The staples of this D County, anil njnn -which, jmoe than all others,, depends: it. prosperity, are (be products of the Dairy. The extreme drought cut short the grass crop, and oorsseouently, ih supply frf gutter and cl&eese "was" diminished' greatly'. ' Most ..f ? wil by m farmiOT, wtre, for the same causey unfit for market. Tljese'fclttle'thus': remaining 'tn hand, speedily consumed ihe crop of lipy, al ready flefictentjri rjuantjty., causing an nnprecedentedjyliiglr price of that arti ,i,",fc1evli The grain crop was iri precisely the same situation...

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 May 1855

THE Wcsf-ti Piescirbe 6o)Icie niPCOCD k -DISS, Proprietors. Tras One Dollar and Fifty Ceats, In advance; Two Dinars, pa ymeot if not made tn advance. No paper discontinned nniil en arrearages are paid, except at the option of the pubus-ers. iTianp k tivwhttrtX . Twelvs llaet. or leas, on insertion, ?0 tin " - . three- " - - 00 . . : " neh additional insertion, 95 Twelve lines, or less, three months, - - S 50 - six ' 4 OU - - - twelve 00 Twenty-four line, three months. - 5 00 . - -six" 930 twelve " Thirty -ix line, three months . " six " " twelve " 12 7 0 12 00 18 00 Adrertisin ncr this amount, at the rate of flftj dol lars per column. Address Cards, inserted for the year, at $1 00 per line. JOB PRINTING. IlaTing a well selecte-1 assortment of Job Printing saaterial, we are prepared to execute in the very h manner all kinds of plain and fancy Book and Job Printing, Address Cards, Bnsiness Cards, Circulars, Oatalooroes, Drafts, Blanks Receipts, Colored Printinr. Chock Bonks. Bill Head...

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 May 1855

Variety. THE OLD MAN. V 'tjht o!4 Ban leased pa bit fritsijy t.ff, - t Witfi tottering atep and 1o,j " As he picked hit way, if a SdBdsy worn, ' To the church where lie toTsd to Co lin tatr vat white. sad he scarcely katw '.. AtriMid.eilwpMseaMjnbyl ' Bo feablt and frail vaibit memory now. And to din ni bit (leaded eye. - - Be Mi on homs-oade chair at ehorch, ; : J. la front of the Preacher"! stand. And lUtaaed. at if in a pleasant dream. To the word! of a better land. .. - The sunlight fell on hit ailver locks, And hit white hair turned to gold And I fancied a sunlight ahone from heaven, On the heart of that pilgrim old. But the autumn leavea hare faUen now. And the old man tleepa below We never l all tee him past again, - With hit tottering etep and tlow. ; : IsyovATioKB. About ahundred years affo. the churches in Boston were agita- fed upon a question iutu wku fcv- attention and divided the members into ' two parties, corresponding to our pro- eressives and hunters. The subject o...

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 May 1855

PUBLISHED BT" BtfMOB & ABAMS. ' mm met. -. & Wwklq arailq Soaraal, Jhootrfc lo miiam, . agrirnltart, Xiftratarr, dShnrafian, Xoraf jMIHgtiur, anb ijrt 3ta of ijre Darj. TERMS t 02V8 8011AS AJfS WVFtt CHHTS rat um, w avtascc. . VOL. 39; NO. 38. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, . OHIO. WEDNESDAY MAY 9, 1855. WHOLE NO. 2014. Poetry. DECK OF THE "OUTWARD BOUND." DECK OF THE "OUTWARD BOUND." BY ELIZA COOK. . Bow iim wlrmitlb Mitwrt sreea. Ter im by lb cenl itiut BewBlUe we think of the wind and the wave, WkatUmlminMluill IWtmtomw e end the barrtraao faee . : And Uttle heed da w take, " ; Theaiti thii Ittt t-tt r " " ' I" ww I And the U ef ear hoenteteed ahake. Bat (be aerlhaet wtad Mil 4! Seree tele. - - WUh a TOle. of fearfal Kxuxl, nattoMmiiutetclNimriaU, Oa Um ck m -Wward t " Bowriatfelthea took aa the alfht, - Aataethreat'alatctondtgeny Aetna wind feuap, and Um but talatUcht ' v -i bdriaf awarialheekT! Saw we Hates w4 gun with a aUeat Bp. And j hatha beaded tree, x Hew the mm wild wi...

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 May 1855

"SStsfcrntscrbe (CJjroniilc. O. A. ADAMS, O. N. HAPGOOD, i XDITOES. "Warren, Wednesday, Hay -9.' The Exigencies of the Present Time. Their salutatory the-political features of which it itjonly oar business to -allude to would have conformed as well to the exigencies of twelve months ago, as to id present urne. democrat. . i . Our neighbor of the Democrat seems to be much troubled about our position, fearing tliat it does not meet the exigen ciesof the present time. But his real intention is to draw us off into a discus sioiTSnsTdeTlStrTiiTnilitellar -issuesrttf the neglect of the great issue of the day, hoping T vndetcpver 'f . the smoke thus raised, to escape the odium . attach' ing lo the position and (he doings of the Administration parly, cut we do not intend to accommodate him. ; . The greaCthe leading, and all absorb- icgqueslion of--tW-dy,-B' Hu-esttma tion, is the extension of slarery, the agression and outrages 'of die slave pow er, under the patronage and encourage ment of...

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 May 1855

'VUK' f . "T .L UL V.Xf Sk I AT v"w,v m I : , J a .-, nt . -r - . ' tltM-MD.l!lt. "T,ruu. w .-lis Ri.TB3wF ADVERTISING. TwwlvslUm.orleM.ea iaewrtietv ... - - - -two - -... .i.-. --?-;"-...' .. e aa V -- st - mcIi additional iasertfon, Twelve , I, tfcrwwmoolb-, 5 . . . twelve ' a - - -toul-wJ-r , fc ab.,, . ' - - --V; -le , '-! V-.- .. " MWlTB- ? , -. s r. " ) 1-0 t M 7 DO ' R 08 If 0 - "- . ,1.1. JOB PRIXTINa.; fc . bitos i. the wrr bt BCT " P" Plinttac, Bi new Card, . OirenJsn,- -CtntntocyM. v'- Drafts, luln Email, Km ills. - . lnphle(, hoilU.. ., Cettincnte. miu ' ' nk Cheek, Store Bill;; n.it t;,-w r ' MAntfevU. ene. 1 Ceee4 Prkn(iB, ,i h.nit enreiuiir me Mtiee. onenteT CtrA ni Boe Ststloneiy.traa wbiea Ut wnt of Printince" ' af- - ' Jarttoe awl CoastaWes' BlaaVs WiMASTII. M0HTO18B i; QUIT -CLAIM BUM era bom, cnrw . Conttlibu4a4ri--, . I i"f Home Intelligence. Trumbull County Agricultural Society. Al meeting of the Trumbull County Agricultural Society, leld at the Secre tary's of...

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 May 1855

OWED TO THE TIMES. t U l , eeo tbmfm!uf dew mf soe, i Are pleaeeotihuPr. eta ia poets' Baft Jfet w IB ao i Tat wlwaw th cash belongs, Amlwus ensuring it wiUsos " 1 AiBtarMmnl, by i atgatr, Tb author of that, ought to tare a gvardiaa. PULLING THE WRONG BELL. I lars heard a story of pulling, which M many of my readers may be ignorant f, and as it is worthy of telling, also be ing myself in s gossiping mood, I will Ten out with it 1 : A fiae western steamer, of the largest class, ploughing her way down stream wita full head" 6a. ': . The time was early morning ; the sun Lad not yet cooled his fiery beams in the . marly waters of the Mississippi ; few of the passengers were astir ; and the boat, quiet and still, sare the regular scream from her -iron-throat, was making fine headway. - - '- Suddenly the engineer's bell rang out a furious and alarming summons, which, being .translated into the" Ternacular, Hieant, "Slow her 1? , - .The man at the steam obeyed the man date ; and, with his ...

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 May 1855

PUBLISHED BT SAXfrOOD . AJDAJU. aartaa iiici. YOL 39, NO. 39. SI BJttklq aratlq Sonrnal, Uractrb WARREN, to : mbara, Sgrimltarr, Itfrrafort, (Bitot aftan, lotal TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY SnMHgraf t, anb fyt Jhrns MAY 16, 1855. of t Sq. TXB-MSi ClfS BOtLU HI CXATS WHOLE NO. 2 015. Poetry. Poetry. ONE HUNDRED YEARS HENCE. Wk.ni ttou lb MTMU wtth Om kuM r aaw. Jl. I -f l '""' Wtth wn-vwrn, uikM : rarwaa'tharfaaM- AmbUliw'. Or kaaar"a aeraU 1), will h. tWI k . Faariag wtth ha7atP . Tk,lkl wkara wMh tha aa. ' With (nrral kaafhty hraw : TaBiaaryaaiar. WltkkdinM T rphmat friar s Wkara, ak! wkara wmkathairarlda, WhM rich 4 aow -vy -"a; VVU fT MT OOMU U jt I. Sot w th law, ar KM th haar. WbcakribMwfffoli, AaaariaMaaatala, Makajaatiaaalaea, triwm waa p; Wk wtH to M JwriM Aaa hribai u tyaaphaata ahjara, OMaaaaaayaari(raaBawt WMWfdaarrishtaaVlaaaaaaf; Om kaaaTaa yaaia tnm aaw, tol by tha tUM af tha fraa. r jel4 VtrMiMlliU, " Aaa aa aa aranc BaharittaaaM ; WtewilbathaaaaahHatakraTa Tagaar...

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 May 1855

Mtstcra 3Scscrbc CDJjronitlc. C. A. ADAMS, 1 K G. N. HAHiOOD,?, D1TOES. Warren, Wednesday, May lt. The Issue. One year ago, the f -ca'led - j cratic party held the sol and ttn&iyideu control of th goveiiimcCt of this State! In both branehe of tli Legislature it bad overwhelming 'majorities. . Nearly all the important stale offices were in its band1, weet portioned' out mi .its creatures, and to insure -the s access of. any measure, however objeciionlfble, it was only necessary to christen it as dem ocratic. What we're' lie' cbTscfJBe This State, with its boundless resources, is so nearly fJUukuipt, thal'-the jjyojs.pf.1 its charitable ins-itations have been cfoJT to the cry of distress, and some of tfctir inmates been quartertd upon community; the treasury has been depleted; llije tjijesj have been largely increased ; the enor mous auWUill ai'iuU'Winad fei lw build ing of the new State LLuuse, has proved - i insufficient, PJjM'0 :-uun-e-ieeu crji w 'tlivo, cive, is repealed, lue...

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. — 16 May 1855

iT IL.T 1 , j a ,. ...-a - v - - Twenty dWir lines, three moi.tUs, .-.-.a.--- ---a a - Tw (u,' u .. 9..AWtif. -. ....-. 'a irty-ixlt.irn''i. t' AdrertisW mmmmiUM 0c rAf t.glvl: HtH'a . ikA :.- - ---- . i ..i. . cwk .. Bill ltaifc t i - Bik; b4t., HHllSft'rJiicB vr rrth i1i-uf roch prir-. it. -ennnot fail to W tuiwru f aMortm-nttf P-r4. J t itorj-, from .bch t,o.eioiPriUig1':, -,a a V Ju.lice' and pontaUte' Blanks..' 4 Mawiwinw J I Home Intelligence. Cleveland and Mahoning Rail Road. The iron for tliiOittl is "now bting d liverVJ ih tMs on. About two lu dred 16ns Hare alreiidyrrivil, and svv,:j eral cansl alsi h.d;Q will.' it lire on the wayrlqa'5Vnd sjn will bv ki nuiliur'irrarr fa;a e;i. nal boats can cliWpured will berrrp;d to thisj!lace". '.Tlie .irwi j of ry perioral! ville Ma nnfw curing Cotnpiiny.'.iilVs. Broad nn'd. Lv ncli . have'llie'con! ract for furnishin ' cross-Ues and lavin j.neVai.K. This depart iflcB t amil Vot'iVR". bandit"' VtVre wfoed V" Brtj!.d that lui: iiJ mLtl...

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. — 16 May 1855

Variety. EMPLOYMENT. t Imptojauutl SBipluytBll Oh, that U enjoyment 1 Snars! Bothing Uka aomstrilrig to ds t G beau scxxtpet lea It health and sslratioB, A aeeret that's tn U bat few. Trustless and buy I Tt heavy Bad haxy I Hts haven, hands and hot tan amplcyaBtat ; Tmt epirits 1 rill cheer up. Tear foggy brains clear ap. ' Aad tssch yea the real snjoymest. The Bllea they toll aet. They drudge fast aa4 ssotl not, Aa4 yet they are eara4 far, U trae ; Thsllry nboaaty Fulfils ita whole duty E'oa UUee hare loaisthing to da. They aew aet, they epla aet. Tletiae liai they ate aet ; They work, unccaaplaiailig, God's will Their work aot hasting. Their ttai sever wasting. - The lavs sf their nature fulfil. Te hands, white ai Bliss, ReaMrmber God's win Is, Whe sba aot work, shall aot eat ; Tie heart occnpatioa Prevents heart starratioa : WoaMstthea the peat LawfiTcr abeatt Theap,aaaaaa4wiiaMal Be fodiike he basses ! To self sad to astare he trae : bployateat! employment I Oh, that is eajoyase...

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. — 23 May 1855

PUHI IS JED BV BAPGOOD & ADA.CI5. Mruc MUCH. 51 IBffklq nmili 'Sournal, Druofrb lo.rwbom. Slgrirulture, litwatarr, (Stiucation, local Siitdlignirr, nub tjjt ilems of trt Uai. TERMS: ORB DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS rem ahuvm, ADYAjrcx. VOL. 39, NO. 40. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY MAY 23, 1 8 55. WHOLE NO. 2016- Poetry. TO MY HUSBAND. I woou be with thee 1 To share thy Jot and gladness. To listen to thy rolce of (lee. To chase sway thy boiom'a sadness. By heartfelt sympathy : To stay tnee in thy sorrow. To bid thee trust In Ood and me, - Zrer to hope a brighter morrow WU1 light thy destiny. I wool be with thee I When mingling with the gay. Borne simple .train ahall mind thee Of hoora long passed any, Hoara worth years to thee. And when thy silent tears. As memory's tribute fall To the long-vanished years. Those magic tones recall. I woald be with thee I At the day's decline. To watch thine eye's deep meaning. To clasp thy hand in mine. On thy fond bosom leaning ; Or when, ...

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. — 23 May 1855

roniflt. c. o. A. ADAMS, K. HAPGOOD. EDITORS. "Warren, "Wednesday, Slay 23. 1 The Democrat The Democrat favored our first number with a notice, a couple of columns iu length. We.ft-lt highly flattered, and in the pride of our Leans we -rave up a whole column (o Lis especial benefit. ':- Then he ignored our very existence for a week, and we felt slighted. But we did him injustice, and crave his pardon; for it seems he was only bottling up hi. energies, and after loading himself for a '- couple of weeks, till he was crammed to the muizle, he has fizzed again. He promises war to the knife, to t moke us oat, and sundry uch bloody and suuo eating threats, if we do not follow his ., le?d-. We should be glad to oblige -him, (he uses such choice language.) but the inducement is nol sufficient, unless he " can offer something else than, that the . Democrat would have no dispute with us. " We pre fond of peace, at all limes, and - especiaiJjr we loth to quarrel, when, as in this case, the gam...

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. — 23 May 1855

TIIK ff1i'f iVStlVui Chi'Oi)!'1. ih? - ; 1 niP-I'-p ' 4BA tl, Proprif lors. "Trass Lwli'Vi'M lF.rtyCe:i,.,:i ivan ee; iw No iwr 'ilir. arrvarsj are pa-1, eieej t the ojioo of the rMwher. . I .-. RATTS O? AVTKRTISISll.'" TVrlre llnrs.'or less, oi-e insertion, - I ..a a t;..' .. three . " - - - -' n u e,rt a.,IHaaise:VJ1, j'Tmtt Hef .or three month?, .. "TntrwH!trt,ti?Tet V - - il, Z. if ll 7 Th'rtr-six V.rti, three month, ;- , - -tv-ive - ,..,..,:i ArrrtWn? erer itrf V' ct lniKii. ' AtMresi CirJ-.O' job "PiirsTrxo. "iii'.Vea .ei rtt. f-ntt .u'SStWu. Book '-'r,l1i.y' Vrii.lin. Airealar. - -- hlijs ii.jU. j kcS ' i:? nfLaciinj,'. Kins. Illjnks nceh'ta. flinr doa tn ti. hap f iTiintng. at - Infueterery u cnniioi Sfe - 0Utry'ft00,WhiCh! . L. ifarv en litu a c-VMikr . fae . - - - " ' ; Janice'' and Conab!es RJankS WAKKASTEE, MORTGAGE If QUIT CLAIM wmtsio, Bt.ntxi.wws Consttuttr on Bu a"1 '"r 1u s H) '"J Home Intelligence. The Discussion on Spiritualism. This debate closed on Friday last, ...

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. — 23 May 1855

Variety. WHAT THE YOUNG MAN SAW IN BROADWAY. IN BROADWAY. BY MEISYER EARL. J Meed sa the atsps ef the Astor, And mtad M the Ivg tide Of vehicles down the middle, And people op either tide. I id vhe na "pumpkin,' la a shawl of reel Cethmere, Jump down from tbe etep of e carriage, Whik her robe t oufbt' ia the mc Oh I the robe wae of mv eaMfse, U vary expcniin Taj ;) But e skirt peeped oet below a, And t was a coffee (sat;. I knew It bed once held coffee. Though bow tea another thing ; Tor ea it tu Tm out Java. T -Barked in itore blacking. Aad -thought, at the gained the side-walk, And the -nulln' again wai furled ; How Bneh theee eat ikirti and re-aUrt Were like man' heart in the world. Bow many a Pharisee hanbsg Kara a lire- long game of brag : Eia word! all silk and vel-ret. And hie heart bat a eoffee bag I - u I tamed me Into tbe Aster, For my heart vaa begining to aiBk, And I told the tale to mj brother, ad It rang him In for a drink. It rang aha in for cock -tails, -sod then to ...

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