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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 21 November 1855

PVBLISHKD RT HAPG-COD . ADAMS. E IF1KE ILOCIt 51 Htoklij iimilij Sournal, Draofrb la Frrcbam, Sgrirnltarf, Xttrrafure, (Saturation, local Sfiitrlltgmtr, nnb tjrt Hems nf tljt Dai. TERMgf ONE DOX.LAB AND FIFTY CETNS rU AHBUM, IS ADVAHCl. VOL. 40, NO 14. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 1, 1 855. WHOLE NO. 2042- Poetry. [For the Chronicle.] EVERY YEAR. BY E. DOUTON. My heart bath less of gladness every year; And I feel a deeper sadness every year: Gay scenes no longer cheer me; Bat I linger, weak and weary; And life becomes more dreary every year. Though it wean a gloomy samenesi every year. It eem to be more aimless every y sr: Until Age aside had shov'd me, A powerful motive mov'd me, J or I toil'd for those that lov'd me every year. Sow a blank is spread before me every year; Disease stands, bending o'er me every year: And as health is slowing waning, Mv heart is still complaining ; There is res of jcy remaining every year. Bternity draws nearer every year; And t...

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. — 21 November 1855

Glrslfnt Qtstxht Cjjronirk. C. A. ADAMS, ; G. N. HAPOOOD, S EDITORS. WASHES. WEDNESDAY, JfOY- 21- A Speck of War—England and the United States. England, it seems, is not sufHcienlly occupied in playing its game of war" in the Crimea, and throws out something more than insinuations, that it would haTe no objection to test the strength of the United States. The Uritish Govern j ment has sont out several armed vessels, with the avowed purpose of protecting her interests against an anticipated at tack upon Ireland, by the United States. This is mere falderdash. The London Timet, in a long article upon this subject, closes in the following maimer : We desire above all things, says the first leader in the Timet of Thursday, j a continuance of peace ; but if it le the j determination of any large portion of, the people of the United States (o force j war upon us, we shall know how to meet! it una repel it, without rclaxiug lor an instant our gripe oa the throat of the reeiing and tottering...

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. — 21 November 1855

TH K Jlesteh ii-serbc C..Y.ieic HlPifiOD k ADlTs, Proprietors. TRUSS One Ti.uSai an.1 Fifty Cents in adrance Twn 1 riii, it parnieutis uot made ia advaun. No paper d.scoutiiu'ed until ail arrearages are paid xcept at the option of the pu'ilishers. KITES OK AUVKUTISrSG. Ore srcre. ?ie Itnn or less, tirst insertion. S .111 e.v-h a-l;liiiiial insertion .. .. V5 three nvii.tlis... ......... .... " - sx - ' oneyear... .............. . Tiro squares, three months " - six " one year Oue-foarth of acolumn.Aliree mouths.... .. " six ...... " ene yer ...... One-half of a colr.mn, three months. ..... six one jeir.... Onece-lamn, three mouths..... ........... - six - . " one rear...... ............. 4 to C la s' 11 T r; li P" 1? n SO la? li 2 i 3 (' en i 34 . ki ( Ad !rM Car !s inserted for t!-e rear, at $ I . per line "rdvertispoierits shoil! I oe marked Ihe imm r ol time to inserted, otherwise -.Ueyaill he continued nntll ordered om.an.l charred Tor at thea'.ove rate. T0Castial advertisements ...

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. — 21 November 1855

Variety. THE FROST SPIRIT. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. Ha ooaws, ha tnntm Ihs Frcst Spirit come ! To Bar Inn bU footstep bow. On the Baked woods and blasted fields, lad th Brown hill's withered brow ; Ha baa (mitten the leaves of the gay old trees, Wbera the pleaaant dream came forth. And the wind that follow wherever be goes. Bare shaken them down to the earth. Be eonea, he cornea the Frost Spirit cornea I From the froaen Labrador ; From tha icy bridges of northern seas, Where the white bear wanders o'er ; "Where tha fisherman's sail is stiff with ice. And the luckless forms below. In the sunless cold of the atmosphere Into marble statues grow ! He comet, he comes the Frost Spirit comes! And the quiet lakea shall feel Tha torpid touch of hia glazing breath. And the ring of the skater's heel. And the stresm which danced on the broken rocks. Or aang to the leaning grass, Ehall bow again to their winter chain. And In mournful silence pass. Be comes, he comes the Frost Spirit comes t Let us m...

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. — 28 November 1855

: i if WW X ft ir ft-'3 rs? f3 -J & r 'a . V " 1 . fed tl PUB I JSHCD BT -HAPGOOD Bl ADAMS. S rii iloci. ) VOL. 40, NO 15. 51 Brrkli amllq Bfournal. Deaotrb WARREN, ta mbom, Slgrirultar?, I TRUMBULL COUNTY, iteratnre, (Bburnfion, Xornl OHIO, WEDNESDAY ntrlligrnrr, nnit tlje &ai5 NOVEMBER 28, 1855. of tjjt Daij. (TERMS : OWE E OX. LAB AND FIFTY CETITS J rem umn, ra abvastcb. WHOLE NO. 2043 Poetry. WHAT SHALL BE MY ANGEL NAME? BY FLORENCE PERCY. In the l&ad where I tun going. When my earthly life is o'er, Where tlie tired h&ndi eease their striving, -And the tired heart aches no more In that land of Light and beautr Where no ihadoas erer came. To o'ercload the ierfect glory What shall be my angel name When the spirit who await me, Meet me at my entering in. With what name of lore and masdc Will tender welcoming bring t Hot the one so dimmed with earth-stains. Linked with thoughts of grief and pain J Ko the name that mortals gaxe me Will not be my angel name 1 hare hear...

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. — 28 November 1855

(Lfttrslcrit Jfttscrbt Cbrcniclc. O. A. ADAMS, G. N. HAPGOOD, JDITOES. The National Party. The Pro-Slavery organs claim that the Democratic party is the National party. The opponents of slavery-extension claim that it is national only in its support of slavery, nnd in its persevering endeavors to make slavery a r.alicnal institution. In the year of the annexation of Texas, the Whigs charged the Democratic party with bein pro slavery, and the events that followed, proved the truth of the charge. Texas vr.s biought into the Union' Tor no other purpose than to ex tend the area of ilave territory, and the annexauun of Texas was the act of the Democraiic party. It was not the Whigs of the North who voted for it, but the Democratic members, north and south, in a so'.id body, voted for and passed the bill. A Democratic Administration, sus tained by f Democraiic majority in Con gress, declared war against Mexico, con quered a part of its territory with the a to wed purpose of adding new Sla...

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. — 28 November 1855

THE 30es.eh? .escirbe ..io.(icie HiPGOOD & ADA?S, Proprietors. TEHH8 One Dollar and Fifly Cents, in advance; Two Dollars if pus t: ut is not mtle in advance. No paper discontinued u.itil all arrearages are 1'aid acet at the option o( the publishers. BATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, twelve lines or less, tirst insertion, S 5'1 " e.ieii ai.hli:nal insertion.- v i three months - " eii - 4 it. " omffir C ((; Two s.;oarrs, li.rL-e Eioiilhs 4 ' six T U - one yejir. .......... ............. I-.' i-T One-fourth of acoluuin. three months... ..... c in six ........... V! Is. otie year -''! : Ons ha. f of a column, three months V! " six VU .'il " one yeir ... 71 ' One column, three months ... "n Hi " " six 31 I " " one year : ' Address Cards insert..! for Hie year, at Si."!' TT !inc li .-"Advertisements shon.l-1 iie n.arke.1 the nnn-er of times to be inserted, other -ie tJkeyvili In? continued ntilordered out .and charged for a; the above rates. IT j-'Cisttai advertisement to be paid for ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 28 November 1855

Variety. [From the Knickerbocker.] RAILROAD EXPERIENCES. 1 met him In the cars. Where resigned 1 he sat; Hit bur ru full of dut, And m wu his cravat; He ni farfcbcrniore emlellished Bj ticket In his hat. The conductor touched hit arm. And awoke him from a nap. And he fare the feeding flies An admonitory slap. And his ticket to the man In the yellow-lettered cap. So launching into talk, We rattled oa our way, - With allusions to the crops That along the meadows lay- uu cujv u 1MB -m a v at By a speculative ray. The beads of many men Were b.bhing as in sleep, And many babies lifted Their voice up to weep; While the coal-dost darkly fell On bonnets in a heap. All the while the swaying cars Kept .aiding o'er the rail. And the frequent whistle sent Shrieks of anguish lo the gale. And tht cinders pattered down On the grimy floor l;-e hail When suddenly a jar, . . And a thrice-repeated bomp. Hade the people la alarm Prom their easy cushions jump; Tor they deemed the sound to be The inevita...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 5 December 1855

mm. i iiiw fell 1 -.-.- r ,2;- " 3 3 yir. i-w:'.--. ---- r. -0. 2 Lv3 t--i il .- - ? r- 3 I S PUS! IMIED BY IIAPGOOD ADAKS. cxruc BLOCK. 3 IBrrklq amih Hournnl, Druofrh la whom, 3lgrlru!tiirr, Xitafure, duration, loral SirftHigtnrr, anh tjre JSfms of Dai. 1 TERMS: ONE DOLLAB AMD FIFTY CSItf T VOL. 40, NO 16, WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5, 1 8 55. WHOLE NO. 2044 ::v . -J Poetry. [From the London Athenaeum.] IS IT COME? BY FRANCES BROWN. Is H come? they said on t!.e t.ankt of Kile, H ho looked for the world's lojjg-promised day, And utr tat th strife of Brypt's toil. With the desert acd and the giacite gray. F ro pyramid, temple, and treas ired dead ralniy aa for ber itdom's plan; Thejr tell of the glare and tyraut'a dread, . Vet there traj hoje when tLat day began. ' TheChaldee came with his starry lore. That built op B j Ion's crown and creed; And bricks were stamied ou the Tigris shore With signs which oar sages scarce can read. From Niuus temple an I Kimro ts...

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. — 5 December 1855

SHtste Btstrb f b. oiurir. C. A. ADAMS, O. N. IIAPGOOD, S 1DIT0RS. WABBIK. "WEDNESDAY., PEC 5- Cleveland & Mahoning Rail Road There never has been a doubt in the minds cf those in this vieini y, who fully understood the connections to be made by (hit road, and who appreciated the capacity of the country through which it passes, to furnish freight and way travel ; of the importance of the roid itself, or of the ultimate value of its tcck and bonds. We give an extract below from the Ne York Courier and Enquirer, which shows the estimation in which it is beginning to be held avroad : !OnPTjf The roost important change in the Western roads, is the contempla ted connection between the Cleveland "tnd Toledo Railroad, with the Cleveland and Mahon:ng Railroad, leading thriuifh Ohio to the N. W. corner of Pennsylva nia, and with the Wabash Valley Rail road, thus making, erelong, (with other leading lines.) a complete trunk line from Philadelphia to St. Louis jind Chicago, viS'MeYfcland a...

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. — 5 December 1855

t i J i ; Mksfc..) ic3crbc tyro.)i:k ni?U233 t AOiTs, P.-opriclors. TERKS OnelJuIlaran:! Fi-Af Cent's in adraure; Tw iJoliary, it' :. mcut is t nt.idti in ad tasters Sio i.aeri:.sc.iii::oue.l s itii all irriara;e are paid xceptat tne option pt the ;w-i:sV-rs. RATt? OF yVKTISINO. . One squire twelve iiaes or l-ss. first insertion, t ' each a.lili'ional insertion "- " three a-n!is -- - " - six - " " tee year 6 ,,: Two iaare, three month " ,J - ix - " '''' - one rear ' 141 One-fottrLh of acolumn,t'i'ree months ....... f CU six " 1 " one year On-ba f of a column, three months u: ix en " " one yeir One column, three month -" , six - 34 "" " " one year M Ad'lress Csrrt inserted f t the yenr.at $!.' I-r line - TpavertiKeioent shonl.l he mark.-! ih W of times to lie insrte.l, otherwise iui-y.il! he continued ontil orlered oat. and charced for t the H"ve rate. "T'Casaal advertisements to te paid for when hand ed In. .TOli PKIXTTNO. flavin a snnerior assortment of JoS Printing mate rial. we a...

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. — 5 December 1855

Variety. Variety. A "TATAR." Oh ! Irish fruit, how veil yon suit -The cause of human oatur P What is there row that can compare With thee, oh, Howry tat?r? . Kidney or round, I will be haunt! " You'll stand old bunker's racket; Sometimes in hatd, sometimes a mash., Ab4 sometimes in four jacket. ' How oft hare I leheld young maids . Totir shiny jackets peeling, With "plated" knives dig out jour eyes. As if barf no feelinp; Or on a grater nib yon, Tater, Like any other United Slater. .--. 1 j JJj There U beauty, pathos and truth eonibioed in .'lie following hymn, which oar delinquent sucrihers hottid learn to sing "with spirit and understanding. ,- 5 Oh ! hov happy are they m i. Who the Printer do pay, AnJ hare squared op the old year or more; v Tongue cannot express wo- ' TI gwat joy of the Press, , . When delinquents have squared the old score. tz ' Printers all the day long .".-. . Lai or hard for a song, Oh I that all their ha-d file conM hat see; They have worked all the day, A A...

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. — 12 December 1855

i - A 3, n- .S-sS.-j-I 'Wf7, if i" il 'L ll if ll ! i FM-. l--:J Ll- S - v .IT PI R! KHKD PY . HiFGOOD & ADAMS. VOL. 40, N'O 17 51 irrklij uinilq Journal, Draofrb WARREX, fa .frrrbam, Jlgrirultarr, TRUMBULL COUXTY, literate, Miration, local OHIO, V E D X E S 1) A V Snfrlligrnrf, anb tjjr 3fl?tus DECEMBER 1 2, 1 3 55. of ijje 33ai. f TERMS: J ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENT j rim Annex. in adtakcb. WHOLE XO. 2045- Poetry. From the London Athenæum. MY PHILOSOPHY. Bright ttiii.gs ran never die, K'elt choti they fa-ie; Beauty an-i Dloitrt-!sy Deathless mere made; What thuu-h the suuucer day Passes at eve tviy; Doth & the tnMu soft my Silt-ace the ttight? Brtjrht thttif can nerer die, Saith my ihi:o0-liy; rhtEus. though he pass by, LeaTes us the light. Kiud words can never die. Cherished and I. lest: . God knows hov deep they lie Stored in the !reast. Like childhood's jixcple rhymes Paid o'er a thousand times. Aye, in all years and climes, Pitanl and near; Kind words can never die, Sai...

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. — 12 December 1855

Soltslcrn Qtsnh Crcnide. C. A. ADAMS, J O. N. HAPGOOD, 5 IDIT0K8. WAEEEir, WEDNESDAY, DEC 12. Kansas Matters. Every day brings more exciting news from Kansas. The Missouri mob is de termined to subjugate the free-state men at all hazards, and late dif-patches leave little hope for any escape from an nppeal to arms. The following telegraphic news is from St. Louis, under date of Dec. 5th : A young man twenty-two years of age, named I'ow, while at a blacksmith shop, where several border ruffians had congregated, was deliberately shot by one Coleman. Attempts were made to arrest the murderer, but through the aid of his abettors he escaped to Missouri. A meeting of citizens convened on the spot of the murder. Committee enquir ing the facts of the case and pronounced the act a cold blooded murder, on the part of Coleman, and charged Hagus, Berlly, Moody and Waggoner as ac cessories. A series of resolutions were passed and committee appoined to inves tigate still further and search out 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. — 12 December 1855

fetch) fysci'bc ..v.)..:ic HlPo033 it ADA?, Proprlrtons. T Ell IIS One !l!f:rasi! Viftr Out", in MdvuiHf Tw.s IKii;;li, it ptiy wuitt is ucl m lite in advance. ho p;r d.scontiunfJ u.it.l .I irrearages arc jaid uett at the option of the auMisLera. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, twelve line or If- tirst insertion. of twh additional insertion...... .... v3 " three nvsnths S St- . x - if " cne year...-.... .... .......... 6 )tl Tw. squares, three mouths. ......... ... ..... 4 tm six : m one year....... . ............. 1- IA' One-fourth of a column, three months. .......... H Ml six H " one year...... l' On. ha f of a column, three mouths ' - ,u " six 5" " " . " one ye it "" One column, three mouths............ ... - " six - '"' one year 6" Address Cards inserted f.ir the year. at $ I .111 it line. T.l ltertisements shonl I be marke t Hie number of limestone inserted, otherwise :'.ieyill le continued until ordered out. and charred fur at the above rates. TT'CasuaJ advertisements to be...

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. — 12 December 1855

Variety. From the Rural New Yorker. THE BLACKSMITH. THE BLACKSMITH. BY B. ROBERTS. ! a nifhtr man ! the bhsck.mith. With hit sinewy arss and strong; And as the world hare termed him wHfkt, T, will aot writ him wrong. Be'd blow and strike, and hummer and pocnd, Tuuaah a man of pear is he; He's often given to firming. But cerer to ftrgtry. Hell screw and twist, and wrench and torn, Thouph nones in his dealing; And while be often takes the ., Be aerer takes to mtflimg. Hi- steel is seldom less than par. And often takes a rise: No matter what his rirrnes are. He's lunch to do with ei'cs. His trapsr is always good. Though kmrd things form his tot; UVa often In a "mehiug mood. Anu strikes while the iron's hot. He sometimes sways an trsn rW, Although a foe to tyranny; His figures are rot those of speech. Though eft he uses irony. And ere his great work is complete. And he shall close his tooks; Our swords he'll into plowshares beat. Our spears to pruuhig-hooks. NED GREEN'S MISTAKE. N?d Gre...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 19 December 1855

ri'in iMiKu ii v UAPGOOD &. ADAEIS. Kflti: SLOCK. VOL. 40, NO 18 51 'BMhj .urailq Sounwl, Dnnrtrb WA1UIEX, ta mto, ' igritulture. literature, iB&uratian, Xorul THUMB ULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY Iiitrlligrnrr. anil tjr $hw5 DECEMBER 1 9, 1 3 55. of tjjt Daq. TERMS : ONE DOX.LAB AND PUTT CENT re ABITUM. U ADTABCX. WHOLE NO. 2 046 Poetry. From the Rochester Democrat. BE GENTLE TO THY HUSBAND. BY MRS. B. F. ENOS. Be gentle to thy hatband, Bemember, all day long, Amid the lin and tumult. He bostle with the throng. So wonder that the noble brow Grows clouded with the care That presses on his heart and hands While he is straggling there. And when the night has gathered home The lored one to his rest; Be gentle if no smile appear. There's sorrow in his breast. TU true, you miss the welcome roice. Whose tones aie always kind. And long to raise the cloud that easts A shadow on his mind. Yet. neTer fear, that through it all Thy presence is not blest. Tor like the sunshine, through the ...

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. — 19 December 1855

SSltsta- .tscrbt Chcmdr. O. A. ADAMS. . N. HAPGOOD, XDIIOB9. WAEREN, WEDNESDAY, DEC 19- Congressional. The Senate lias been organized, and the different cimmittces appointed. As was (expected, these committees have been 60 arranged, as to give all the fcd Tsntage to the Administration pro-Slavery party. Where northern men, mem bers of the opposition party have becnap pointed at all, they have been tacked on the tail of the committees, and the chairman always taken from the Administration party, in nearly every case. ! In the House, do organization has yet i taken place. The ballottings, since the withdrawal of Mr- Campbell's name, have ran for Mr. Banks 105, Richard eon, 11 ; Fuller, 33, and a few scatter ing necessary to a choice, 113. Fifty ballottings have been made, and the or ganization of the House seems no nearer than on the first day of the session. Those men from the free States, who were elected as Republicans, and yet defeat the wishes of their constituents, and the Repub...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 19 December 1855

Til li fcfcsfch) ?v::scrbc .fc.j..:k El?uS:.:D 1DA?S, Frarr.ctors. TEKliS One !!'ar.-u;:l XViy rnt in a J r a lice; i'u'o iJiiUan?, it ...,y:;uut is tint incite iu atliaoc!. No pap-?r d.sc-.ut.t.uel v it:! all arrc irats are paid axcct at tne opti-ui ol tke ra'd.-ihors. KATES Of ADVEBTISINli. One square. tele i.nes or less, tir-l ii.st.r-ic:!. f - ear aU l!l!'Dhl insertion.... three months. " s.x - m : . . i v."ar - - -. ........ .... ...... Two squ ires, liiree inoolhs ST 4 six oup year . One-fourth of ac-oiao?-.u.ihree months. .- six " ofe y -1 r Oae-ha.f of a coliimr:. .'tree n.oi.'.h y. ii six " " ol.e Jr :l Oneeoluma .three months. ............ ul ' six ' S one year " w A l lrnM Car-is ins-.-rtel fwt'is year, at ?!.nr linis 'TA'lverti-ea!.'uts should be marked ik ww "f titm-s la he inserted, otherwise tiiey ili he coii;-iiued until ordered oat. and cbarired for at the above rates. cr7Clsual advertisetaeiiisto be paid fr when hand ed in. job puixrrxa. flteiae a sayer:or SMTtmnt ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 19 December 1855

Variety. THE BACHELOR'S BURIAL Two i J maid, at shut of day, A bachelor's boujr bare away, W.th wrinkled brow and matted hair. And heart that nerer icred the fair. Bring briars, they groaned, bring weeds unblown. Bring rankest plants of name unknown, Brin; withered boughs from dream wild. To strew the bier of error's child. And make his grare where the lizards hide. Where night-shade strews the swamp eretk's side, Tar out of sight where gentle Spring Shall seed no fettle birds to sing. Mis old jack knife lay with him low. That cut the suing of Cupid's how; The sad house-eat shall whine around Ills lonely grare in grief profound. Low lay him who was often "high, Eere, where shall fall no pitying eyo For him for him no loving heart Shall ache lor him no tear shall start. Bis bloodless limbs shall fall to dust; His old Jack-knife shall waste with rust; lis whom we hide from light of men. Shall never fright the babes sgain. tor we bar: laid him from the light. Beneath the ground and out...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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