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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 3 January 1855

mm TEwmm " "ST T &&WT (DIP1 H' PUBLISHED BY EDWARD D. HOWARD, curiae block. VOL 39, NO. 19. SI SBtrklq nniih Sournal, SmnUh WARREN, fa mbam, irulto, TRUMBULL COUNTY, Ilimita, (S&uration. local OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SntrUigrnrr. anb tjyr 35nns JANUARY 3, 1 8 55. of fjjt Datj. TERMS: ONE DOLLAR AND FITTT CEXT WHOLE NO. 1997. Poetry. THE REWARD. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. Who, looking backward from fail manhood prime. Sees not the pectre of his misspent time ; And, through the shade Of funeral cypress, planted thick behind. Hears no reproachful whisper on the wind From his bred dead ! Who bean no trace of passion's evil force I Who shuns thy stin?,0 terrible remorse f Who would not cast Half of this futare from him, but to win Wakeless oblivion from the wrong and sin Of the sealed Past ? Abu ! the ertl which we fain would shun. We do, and leave the wished -for good undone; Our strength to-day Is but to-morrow's weakness, prone tn fall. Poor, blind, onpromtable servants ail, Aleve alwa...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 3 January 1855

Cfrroititlt anir Cransrript. S. D. "Jott'AHD. ; : J. D. COX. :::::: : Emma d Fimimi. : : Awkx iath Editor. "WarrenWednesday, Jan. 3d. X.A large ntm.btr of notices of -Marriages and Deaths have been un Toidbbly rmitteJ ".is -k. Some of our "typos" had to have "Now Year" and we are consequently obligeJ to deft-r the above mentioned till next week. Editors. X3T" We have no time dear reader to write Editorials this week, but we have tried to occupy the room with better mat ter. This is the busiest New Year we have ever known. We have only tim to say "A Happy New Year to you all, and many returns" ! ! Monday the 1st. was a glorious day and we hope its cheer ful sunshine may prove to be a happy auyury to our subscribers the first of three hundred and sixty five which shall be etjually bright with the sunshine of peace and prosperity. The Indiana Free Banks. The followin? article is important to ail tolders of Indiana Bank Notes : There was a Bank Convention held in Indianapolis last wek, ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 3 January 1855

THK EUrt'A !. HOWARD, lit-jr an 1 Projirietir. D. M. BISHOP, FlliTtL Weekly firrnlalion Ovrr !10fl Topics, aud constantly Increasing. TERMS (hi TV-.it.Liw iXD F:tt Crwt- i't wHrirce. Two DoLLix if payment is delayed till after the ex piration three mntuh. HffN paper discontinue I until all nrrrra.i are paid, except ux ttte option of the Publihers- KATES OF ADVERTISIX'.. Twelre lines, or !. one insertion, (TA - " thr-e 4 m m ft-H a t t'ttni:il iim?rtioii. Twelve llneeor le. thi-r months, - ix - twelve Twenty-four lines, three months, - 4 on 6 IH) S K 9 in 12 00 7 on li on if on " twelve " Thirty-six lines, three months six " -" " " to rive " Adrerti.inr over Uiis amount, at the rate of fifty dol lars ner eolnmn. Address Cards, inserted for the year, at tl 00 per line. JOB PHIXTIXO- HaTtnr i ell selected assortment of Job Printinr material, we are preiared to execute in the rery best manner all kinds of plain and fancy Book and Job Printing, Address Cards, Busi ness Cards, Circalars, ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 3 January 1855

Variety. [From the Tribune.] A FREE TRANSLATION. HORACE ; rock I. ODE V. , fickle Kancy. tell to n. What acenteJ dandy .n't I see Cornice o oft asp"rfcii.p thee; While in some i-leasant ahade. Both couched en roets. He drives a roer'Ui trade In love, a It suppe.!.:? For whom dost bind in wreathes thy golden hair. Plain in thy neatness and surpassing fair? He, credulous fool, who now enjoys the bliss Of snatching from thy lips the honeyed kiss. Shall one day curse his chanceful stars and thee, While, all a float upon a t reach rocs tea, And all unwouted to the t last, Lashed by th fierce and murky gales. He views, astonished and a -hast. The shivering of his sails; And all his store Of lore and hope shall sink forever more. fnhapny tbey to whom thy form and face Hare indicated inward truth ar.d grace. Unknowing that both lips and eyes Tell wicked lies, That even ki?ses Are osed by misses To bring tuifhapa On the love-struck chaps Who in a wooing; To their own undoing 1 But oh ! thric...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 10 January 1855

IT .'-, -v "SHv SI SBtrHg amid Soarnal, Jruofeb fa robara, ifaltare, literature, (Btention, local Sntelligrnrr, anHjje Hems of fy. Hag. "??cm YOL; 39, NO. 20. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1 855. WHOLE NO. 1998. Poetry. THE PEOPLE'S ADVENT. BY GERALD MASSEY. Ti coming p the steep f Tim, -And thin old world is graving brighter ! - Fe maj not see its dstrn sublime, ' - Yet nigh hopes make the heart throb lighter, Ve may te sleeping in the ground. When It awakes the world in wonder ; Bat we hare felt it gathering ronnd. .Aad heard its voice of livuig thunder. Tis coming 1 yes, 'tis coming 1 Tis coming bow, the glorious time, Forstold by seers, and song in story ; - - For which, when thinking was a crime, Souls leaped to hearts from scaffolds gory ' . Ther passed, nor see the work ther wrousht. how the crowned hopes of centuries blossom 1 Bat the lire lightning ol tbcir taoupnt. And daring deeds, doth pulse Garth's bosom. Tis coming ! yes, tis coming 1 Creeds, Em...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 10 January 1855

a. U. HOWARD, 3. D. COX. : -:: : : : ; Karma ax Purtimi. : : : Assocta-ru Editor. WarrenWednesday, Jan. 10. The Next State Election. t hi 1 1 11 -i '1 5.1 Weonpy the following article from the Athtabula Senfinel and hope that the im portance of the subject w ill secure for it the immediate attention of the friends of freedom in the State. That a convention should be held early in the spring, and tharthe State Central Committee should fix upon a day in order that there may be a general circulation of the notice of time and place is apparent. Every lover of good and just laws and hater of oppression, is directly interested in the overthrow of that false and reckless party which has olSog heaped shame and obloquy upon the name of " Democracy." Though overwhelmed last fall in a defeat without parallel in the political history of the States, they possess means of influence in the administration of the State government which are! potent and dangerous, and whichan only, be met by a prompt ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 10 January 1855

THR EUVVAKD 1. HOWARD, Editor and Proprietor. , D. M. BISHOP, ruiTiL Weekly Cirtnlaiioa Over 2100 Copifs, ; -and constantly Increasing. TERMS Owa Dotxa. Fiftt Ccwts in rn.lT.ncr. Two Doixtas If payment is delayed r"r the CI piratian mt three months. TfySs iier discontinued until H arrearages are paid, except at tae option ot the Publishers. RATKS OF ADVERTISING. Twelve line, er let, one ioiertiM, m - two . - - three M u u exch additional insertion. Twelve lines, or leaf, three months, -- " hi - - - " twelve Twentgr-luiir line, tlree mouth. - . - ,ix 44 " twelve Thirty -six lines, time months " " sn I so 75 1 00 es s so 4 OH uu 5 00 00 13 00 7 00 13 00 18 00 Advertising ever this amount, at the rate of fifty dol lars per cohlBUl. . Address Cards, inserted for the year, at 1 00 per line. JOB PRINTING. Having a well selected assortment of Job Printing material, we are prepared to execute in the very best manner all kinds of plain and fancy Book and Job Printing, Address Cards. Business...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 10 January 1855

Variety. WIDOW MACHREE. - Ws comment the following additional verse of thl swpomr song t Mr. DuffieM, of the St. Charles theatre, who, by the way, ing it very well : Oeh, Widow llachree. wiiej cowld weather cornea on, Oeh hone. Widow Maehree ; It Isn't myself will he linging this socg, Och hone. W idow Maehree; ' Tor. sure aa lire, this bo.ly I'll give To the fUhes that swim wtr -n in the sea ; Aaa the sprat and the h-rriu shall tone to my berrin, Och hone. Widow Maehree. Och, Widow Mcbree. wtwn you hear of my fate, Och hooe. Widow Maehree : The big tears may roll down, hut 'twill then be too hue, Och hone. Widow Maehree ; Tor even the whale at the tight will look rale. As, with a heart fall of pity, be glares upon me ; la the salt briny ware he will die my cowld grave, Och hone. Widow Maehree Och, Widow Maehree, when yon marry O'Flyn, Och bone. Wiilow Maehree ; And sit by the fireside looking at him, Och hone. Widow Maehree ; With a tear in your eye, and perhaps with a sigh, TouH r...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 17 January 1855

PUBLISHED BY EDWARD D. HOWARD, tlllll (LOCK. VOL. 39, NO. 21 SI Wnkl nrailq fournal, DtDobh tVARREN, fa Jmkn, irnlto, TRUMBULL COUNTY, Itoto, (Bftntatian. local OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SnWligrarr, nnHie Jltras JANUARY 17, 1 855. ofifie Uaq. TERMS : ONE DOLLAR AND PXPTT CZ NT rim AIHCM, I ABTAHCX. WHOLE NO. 1999. Poetry. LAY OF THE LOWLY. Xohert Nieoll, Scotch poet, it rtmsxksMe for the anafftctcd simplicity of his versts. He selects homely themes, but throw into them the loftiest feelings. The following poess will go home to erery son. Ve are lowly very lowly, Misfortane is our crime ; We hare been trodden under foot From all recorded time. A yoke upon our necks is kid, A harden to endure ; To suffer is our legacy, ' " The portion of the poor ! We are lowlv very lowly. And scorn 'd from day to day; Tet we hare somethinjr of our own Power cannot take away. By tyrants we are toil'd to death By cold and hunger kill'd; ' But peace is in our hearts, it speak Of duties allfulnll'd! We are lowly ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 17 January 1855

(kbroitidt antt transcript. a. i. hum aku, J. D. COX. : : : : : Assocutc Editok. Warren, "Wednesday, Jan. 17. Know Nothingism. .Onr neighbor of the Democrat takes ns to task for net enter'ng into the me lee about the Know Nothings, and dole fully laments our 'non-commilalism,' which he attempts to show is entirely inconsistent with our duty to the Repub lican movement. No doubt the Democrat is entirely sin cere in his love for the Republican cause, but we may be excused, we humbly hope, if we do not appreciate the pro priety of asking his advice in our efforts to overthrow the corrupt party of which he is the County organ. In spite of our selves, we feel a litile, a very little re pugnance to taking as a teacher of con sistent Republicanism one who can stand upon the Baltimore rial form with its crawling devotion to Southern interest, and yet denounce sectional sm ; who can endorse Franklin Pierce with his veto of the River an 3 Harbor bill, and yet pro fess to favor the improvement...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 17 January 1855

THR eoniclfl nod IssHpf. EUWAltU I). HOWARD, Editor and Proprietor. D. M. BI8HOP, PlT- Werkly CirculatioToTer !100 Copies, and constantly Increasing. TERMS Ova Dolls, aa Firrr trm in adrance. tin Doluu if payment U delayed till after the ex- 1IM1AM f 1 I' . mmittta. TJ Na paper discontinued mntil all arrearage are paid, except at the option of the Publisher. RATES Or ADVERTISING. Twelr lines, or less, one insertion. M . io " - three " mm m mch additional insertion, Twelr lines, or less, three snenihs, - - six - " twelve " Twenty-four lines, tbrot months. six " twelve " Thirty-six lines, three ssonths six twelve t so 75 1 00 95 5 5U 4 uu 6 00 5 00 uo IS so 7 0U 13 00 18 ooj Advertising over this amoaat, at the rate of fifty dol lars ver column." Address Cards, inserted for the year, at $1 00 per line. JOB PRINTING. xr: . veii .elected assortment of Job Printing material, we are prepared to execute in the Yery best manner all kinds of plain ana lancy nooa ana oo Printing, Address Card...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 17 January 1855

Variety. "HI! G'ALANG!" ?oTne.nmp tn.old pirl. " Aim! away we will whirl T coutrMt tow rose cheek with the enow; Oh I ne'er Bind the sie-t " Tick that round your fct - AU richt T Come okl horse, 'way yon go. Over the mo, . Hip J hip! hurra: What greater dtdirht On a moon-glMeu niht, With Bess at n yiti.tc. Than ajo!!r sleigh ride fiay 1 t care sot for Care, i distance Despair, H ith a nair that 2:40 and sound ; "Mfdlaughinrand kissing, - -Cpeet nearly ttussujjr, n - Away we bound om the pround, Thmnph the hripht suow. Hip! hip! hurra ! . W hat greater delight. On amoon-giMed night, " With Bess at my side Than a jolly skigh ride Kay ? Gkowlxe. THE PUNCTUAL MAN. ilr. Higgirgs was a very punctual man in all his transactions through life. He amassed a large property by untiring industry and punctuality ; and at the ad vanced age of ninety years was resting quietly upon his bed, and calmly waiting to bs called away. He had deliberately made almost every anv.ngeii ent for his decease and ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 24 January 1855

PUBLISHED BT EDWARD D. HOWARD, iirui SLOCK. SI Vdntii amilg Soumal, Deaotrh la rotom. Slgrimltur?, literature, (Bbaration, Xoral Mlligtnrr, anb fye &ms of tjp Dai. TERMS : ONE DOLLAR AND riFTT CajfT rc AKFOM. ! AOVAJICS. VOL. 39, NO. 22 WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1 8 55. WHOLE NO. 2000. Poetry. [From the Knickerbocker Gallery.] THE EMPEROR'S BIRD'S NEST. BY H. W. LONGFELLOW. One the Emperor Chmrlet of Spain, With hit sirsxttay. rrve commanders, I fonrrt in what campaign. Long beaiered in mad aud rain Some old frontier town of Flandera. Up and down the dreary camp. In great hoots of Spauish leather, funding with a measured tramp, Thea Hidalgoi. dull and damp. Cursed the Frenchmen, cursed the weather. Thus, as to and fro they went, Orer upland and through hollow, Giring their impatience Tent, Perched upon the Emperor s tent, la her nest they spied a swallow. Yes. It was a swallow's nest. Built of clay and hair of horse Wane or tail, or dragoons' crest. P...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 24 January 1855

Cliroiiid anb (Transcript. E. D. HOWARD, J. D. COX. : : : : : : Editor akd PRoPRiarwit. : : : : AwortA-nt Editor. Warren, "Wednesday, Jan. 24. Issues. - - frg. as the ar inies at lnkem anii f.iund out. When the Democrat Cutis out that there is a Republican arty in existence, there may lc some chance of its shots hitting. In the reply attempted hy our neighbor, to cur article of last w eek, the following wonderful assertions ore found. 1st. There was a national Whig party in 1 S.VJ; 2nd.., there was at the same time a Free Soil par y ; 3d, the writer of our article last week Ixl njred to one of these ; 4:h, his.cc-editor bclorjred to the other; and finally, there must therefore be some ter rible incr risistency in our present position, and the Democratic party ought, ly all legitimate rules of warfare, to be tri umphant instead of biing annihilated in the free States. When our neighbor has pushed his re searches into history far enough to dis cover the organization of the Republican ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 24 January 1855

i 4 i'lllSa.'UIT i. ' ! VWI 7 A. i;i"Ann i. nowAHD, E litor an 1 Proprb tor. D. M. BISHOP, rutrci. 'iVrckly lirru! Minn Ovir !l0 I'opiM, and constantly increasing TERMS 5 Tot.l. i3 Kirn Cents in advance. Tan Io!.t.-s if njwnt in delayed till a.'tcr the ex. p:ratnn of three months. rf"c pa-.-T rtisrnmiv.wl n-itit a'l jrr'irj;M are "pi,:, ixce'; at th ; option .f U.e Pu'.iishis. RATES OF ADVKHTl.-IS J. Twelve llnu, or less, one insert...... - I ' "" tar-e " - ric'i sltitional insertion. Twelve lir.es.or less, tliece months, -- nix " m twelve " - " Twenty-t-nr tine., three monihs. - ' - fix " -. twelve Thirty-six lines, three months " six " " 4 iM a ihi 9 (si ? i. 1" IKI A:trTt!iiw "' this amount, t the rate of fifty dol lars iht colt-Wti-Ad Iress Card, inserted for the year. U SI W per line. ,T01$ IMtIN'1 INC.. flavin- airell selected assortment of J ib Trinlinc -." .re nrenared to execute iu the very l est maniier all kinds uf plain - Book " J"'1 I'rintine, Address Car ls. Business C...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 24 January 1855

Variety. THE WINTER WIND. f.od help the luariaer! Over th sea Cometh ti t w iitrr wind, llowln? ai:d i. 1, ke the strong maniac Loosed from ltchln, 1ovii:g all term ly over the main; Purlins the m -utiUic wave, V'r-tbiiig io foam. DrivtLg the mani -t Leagues fiom ui home! l.o, it I resthe itouriihij-, poW Ing aloud, Oo how sprit and mix en -mast Hayard and shrood. Hark i on the fore-stay, Bbricketh H wild. A I ihrlefcet!. the young mother. Torn from her child! Dippethtbe gallant-hip Loir in the ware; Riseth aiihTtr.ed again, )n a lly hi d b -ae ; Flingeth the hissiiig spray Off from the prow. Straining the martingale Tender the bow; Baal line along Her course L:ketotheted Urged by it's ridf-r. And proud of it's sy-eed ; Yet doth the freshened gale, Following fast, Strain at the Allied sail And uttering it's moaning wall. Bending the mast. Cold doth the sky look. A nd colder the sun ; Glad is the helmsmen now. His watch is ner done; Slipping his icy feet, lie gras.eth the wheel; Numb...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 31 January 1855

PUBLISHED BT BSWAED D. HOWARD, arias block. VOL. 39, NO. 23. SJtrklq -arailq Sonrnal, Stuofeh WARREN, fa fmhm, irnltnit, TRUMBULL COUNTY, literature, (Btaration, loral OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SnWligrnrr, anb tfje Jlems.of fjjt Dai. ; JANUARY 31, 1 8 55. '-'' TERMS; '" 1 -wt OltB DOLLAR AND FIFTY CZKT " ArOm, ADVSBCS. " - - WHOLE NO. 2 0 Olr POETRY. BEDOUIN SONG. BEDOUIN SONG. BY BAYARD TAYLOR. From the Desert I come to theo On a stallion shod vitb fire; And the triad are left behind " In the speed of mj desire. Under thy window I stand And the ftndnight bears mj cry; . I lore taoc, I love bst thee, With a love that shall not die Till the md grows cold. And the star., are old. And the Leares of the Judgment Book auXoltl 1 Look from thy window and see My passion and soy pain; I lie on the sands below And I faint in thy disdain. Let the night-winds toweh thy brow With the heat of my burning sigh. And toe It the to hear the tow Of a love that shall not die Till the sun grows cold. And the star...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 31 January 1855

Cbrcnkl anb transcript. M. . HOWARD, ; : J. B. COX. :::::: : Bai-rea hanimL : Imuit Xarroa. "Warren, Wednesday, Jan. 31 Eternal Vigilance! v The slare power never lose an oppor tanity of dividing the forces which are arrayed against it. No matter how con tradictory and inconsistent the means, h Barer lets slip an opportunity of weaken its enemy through any regard for its own truth or for the eongruity of its own arguments. Now it threatens the disso lution of the Union if its demands are not granted, and now again, finding its doe trine of d.ssolution turned against itself it whines out to you the mo-t deprecato tj twaddle about the invaluable bless ings of that same Union. To expect of our adversaries any con atancy or consistency in argument would be foolish enough, but in one thing they are models of persevering, obstinate and untiring determination ; and that is, in their support of their " peculiar institu tion" by every means, fair or foul, which accident or any incaut:ousness...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 31 January 1855

GlcnfcJ: Q P Insert pf. EDWAKl) J. HOWARD. . - Busx and I'r,nrirtsr. e" . ' D. M." BISHOP, Fmtii. - - - C Weekly CirtaUlien Ovrr !1M C.niet, '. u( onsU.uUy increasing f RRMS Own lauu a Firrr Cxwr ia a4vnee. tin DLLi i p ssrm il delayed liu lftT th ex piratiua of three months, Try' paper discontinued until mil arrearage are. Bi4,czW).tUelvaerUterblUhers. KATES 0 APYERTI31XO. Twelve ltne. or leu. on insertion, - S I . - , .. . - , " tare- " - -. . . mch aa4ainsU snsertUn, twelve lus,r less, three moiitn, ft, o- S 0 ou C 00 S 00 9 on fci 00 7 00 n wj lrt na .".". twelae Twent-3a- Ue, throe axu " ' twelwe ThirtT ia linaa, three aaaiUha twelve " Adrertiiiae arer Uia amwaat, at the rate f ftr dot ' Ian per oalaanaw Addreaa Carda, Inaerted for thf year, at tl 00 per Uae. JOB PRIXTINtt. Harirc a well aeleete.1 aaaartment of Job rMirtinr aaaterial, we are prepared ta eretute in the Tere beat aaanner all kiadt f ptala and fane Beak and Jvb Printlag, irrH Afl Check Boekt. Bill Heads, Jnnicn' B...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 31 January 1855

Variety. THE SOUTH. The following, from the jrn of J. RrevsLL Lowcli ia pithy; read it- We ciit suit the ufc-rn feucrs. They're a drelfle ex!-'' et. We aiast oilers Mow th- teller When they want their iron het; Mav be it's all rght e iirfchn But m narve il ' i irr.ue. Wen I teethe everre ca.ti. O then uiggtr-dnximg STATES. Ton amy U... of Freedon's miry Tell they're purple in the face - It a rnind gret cemetary Fur the l Irlhr-rrhts of our race. 'They fin r-ant th 'ere Nebiaeky So's to hix new Slar Sties in. To a-Miae ye. ar.d to scorn ye, -An to plunder ye like aio. Aint it cute to see a Yankee, Tiute such everlasting aim Alt to gt-t Uie Devil's .... llel;inoo "em meld their chains ? Wy, HjM9t a clear as fieeer. Clear es one aad one make two, Cbats tl mi uuk black stave of nirgers, Wn. to make white staves o you. Wall, ga long to help "era stealin Bigger lands to cnm with slave ; Help the n-en that otters dealin Insu a en yocr father graves; Help the rtronr to grind the feeble, !le...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
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