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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 30 May 1855

TERMS ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENT PEE ARirVM. IB ADTAltCf. PCBt TS'HD BY HAPGOOD 6l ADAM 3. cirikE imct. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY MAY 30, 18 5 5. WHOLE NO. 20 17 VOL. 39, NO. 41 51 SBftkiq amilii Sournal,.I)ruofrb ia rrriiam, ifulturf. literature-, v&umitian, Xornl Snidligcnff, anil tjjt &ms of tfy Dai. Poetry. [From the Jeffersonian Democrat.] THE MAY SNOW SHOWER. BY MISS SARAH A. BEACH. The husbandman ploira in his field to day. The farmer has seed in the soil. Then snow Hake, white snow-Hake, why Ihui dost thou at ray In this season of hope and of toil I The plowman looks up to the misty clouds And sighs for the genial rain. Then down you descend to enwrap with a shr d. The fair form of Nature again. We welcome thee snew -flake. In winter's dread reign We laogfa mid the feathery shower. And when the wild winds set thee whirling again To build the nirh-tarreted tower. We then can enjoy thee, so stainless and pore. Can admire thy frail, delicate form And tread...

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. — 30 May 1855

S&tstmt gtsffh Chronicle. C. A. ADAMS. G. N. HAPGOOD, EDITORS. Warren, Wednesday, May 30- 13th of July People's State Convention. To TbM V kicxm or Fucoox Otqpz - - At &eeting of the Repl.eafc State Central Com mittee, appointed ly the Auti-Netraaka Conrention which assembled, In Columiie on the 13th of July, it wae EpSolred iu committee with the public voire, that a Rc-publioMi State Convention, to be com posed of Drlr faxes chosen by the independent Ami Kebraska Tutor, of Oho who partial pated in the glori ous triumph Jbf last year, and such others aa may syn Twthice with them, be called, to meet in the city of Corambusvtn Friday, the 13th of July, le55, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the following offices, co wit: Govern oe. Lieutenant Gorernor, Auditor of State, Treasurer of State, Secretary of State. Attorney Gesferal, Mem.-er of the Brant of Public Works, nl tjb Judges of the Supreme Court. mA nnti in Stat r.Anvntinit it mra i i n 1 n i ii that l ho ratio...

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. — 30 May 1855

Till Stfesieh) flcsttbs i.o.).elc HlP.:!i3D i 131SS, TroprLiors. T,v D .;: ,r and F.rty Cents. ... . ivn; ro Dollar.. ini. nvi n iv,r-. No paoer Uisc-immue :u;t an intwra arw p. except at the option ..'the pnhlirlwra. RATES 01 ABVKRTIsIS'.'.. Twelve tines, or less, eue insertion, - I - " ttro " three " mm u ew.n a I r.ttauttl iusertiau. Twelve lines, or le.s. three months. -- " six " . twslre Twenty-fear lines, tbree mor.ths. - six " -. " t-evc " Thirty-six lines, three mnnthr u six " " m u twelve a r.t. Q Ik) !." -2 m) dol- Advertising over this amount, at toe rate of 9ft. Adiirets Carde, inserted tor thcyear.at 31 OSperliiKu .ion PRINTING. Ilavin- irll elected assortment of Inh Printing aat-ri.l, we are prer-red execute in the very best nanner all kinds f plain and fancy Book and Job Printing, SCCW AS Address Cards, Check n-oks. ,Bi" ""l".,,.. Business Card., Justices' Blanks, Lawyers Blank. Circnlars, Handbill. . J'l"' Catalougw, Fhow Bills, Z"'6?. TWfU Banlc Checks. Blan Receipt...

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. — 30 May 1855

POETICAL TRIMMING FOR LADIES BONNETS. Air-"The Blue Bonnets are Over the Border." llarch, march, change nd varietr. Fashion, than one month ihould never be older I llarcn, march hang all propriety. All tbt girls bonnets hangpTer theHhoalder, Never rfcenmat ics dread. Mora and more bar the head. The danger la naught but aa old woman's story ; Back with xonrbooaeu then, plte of satiric pen. Tight for the bondtu that hang orer the shoulder. Coma to the Park where the young tjpcW are gazing. Cease where the cold-srinds from all quarters blow; Come from hot rooms where coal fares are blazing. Come with your faces and heart in a glow, Native astonishing. Slow folks confounding. It makes the profile come out so much bolder ; En gland shall many a day, Talk of the stupid way Girls ware their hoanets once on their shoulder. Air-"The Blue Bonnets are Over the Border." A MODERN CINCINNATUS. In a long and pleasant conversation recently, wilh a distinguished friend, whose mind is rich with the r...

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 June 1855

51 IBrrkh imilij Sournal, Dcaotrb la . f. rr cbora, Slgrirultarr, Xitrrnturr, tB&urntian, Xoral Sfntrlligrnrr, anb fyt -Hcras of tjrr Dai. TERMS ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS rim AHinm, a adtahcu. BAPGOOD & ADAMS CM r Ik C BLOCK VOL. 39, NO. -42. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY JUNE 6, 1 855. WHOLE NO. 2018 prm isiicd bv Poetry. [From the New York Tribune.] WORLD WOULD BE THE BETTER FOR IT. If mem cared leu for wealth and fame. And leu for batile-nelds and c'oij S If writ In human hearts, a name Seemed better than in song and story ; If men, lwslud ef awning pride, -Would learn to hate it and abhor it ; If mere relied On lore to guide. The world would be the better for it. If men dealt less in stocks and lands. And m re in bonds and deeds fraternal ; If Lore's York had more Tilling hands To link this world to the supernal ; If men stored up. Lore's oil and wine. And on bruised human hearts would pour it : If -your" and "mine" Would once combine. The world would be 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. — 6 June 1855

Wtxu Txtsnk Cbrcnidt. C. A. ADAMS, O. N. HAPOOOD, 1 EDITOKS. Warren, "Wednesday, June 6. 13th of July People's State Convention. To tbc Fkkxm of Fkekdok in Ohio: At a meetin of the Uepo'.lican State Central Com mittee, anointed 1 the Ai.ti-Jielr.iskl Convention which assembled in Columbus on the 13th of July, 1864. it a resolved in committee with the public voire, that a Republican State Convention, to be com posed of Delegates chosen by the independent Ami Nebraska voters of Ohio, who particited in the glori innnh of taut tear, and snch others as may sym- palhiae with them, e calletl, to meet in the city of Columbus, on Friday, the I3lh of July, IMS, for the lHirpoae of nominating candidates for the following offices, to wit Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Auditor of State, Treasurer of State, Secretary of State, Attorney General. 31eniler of the board of Public IVorks, and two Judges of the Supreme Court. In compliance willi the usual rule of representation adopted in Stale Convent...

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 June 1855

Til i: ifJcsfch) fysibc tioi)lt H1PJ0.U i 101 3. Proprirlors. Tnn-e T .liar ail .fty Cents, "o leaner; T Dollar, if pavaunit U not m e in a ivauce. So pp?r diaoatinu until nil arr-3.rajes are paid, except at the njw.ion ir the podnhers. KVTES OF ADVERTISIX!. Twrlye lines, or less, one insertion, - t.ro - - " three ' " each I ld'nnal i:.l.niiu. Twelve line?, or It'-, three ui.ii Uis, - - . - - Mix u twelve Twety-foa-lines, tr?ree scoi-ths. - . " - six " " twelve " - - Thirty-six line, three months " " six " I i .-u M 4 ll 6 Ml i - i- twelve AdTertis)ng.verta'.sa:imnt,at the rote of Oiiy dol tars per column- AddreMCards.insetteafortaeycM,at.lOOperliue.i JOB PUINTINO. Harinr a, well select assortment .,..-.. re in nrenared to exei-ute in the rery lwt Banner all kinds of plain and fancy Book and Job Printing, Address Cards, Bnsiness Cards, Circnlara. Cattlonjrues, Drafts, Blanks Receipts, Check BioSs, Bill TIeads. Justices' Blanks, Lawyers' Blanks, Handbills, Pawphlets. Show Bills, Cert...

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 June 1855

Variety. CHARGE OF THE TIGHT BRIGADE. The literary eocreBnonuent of eotemporwjr, ha aid that A. Turaoi Steak, Esq., con Id not Trite on the fiercer themes of nr. lot the following thrilling lyric, which he at one- penned when it wu mentioned to kin, ia a splendid refutation of the s.&cism. At the bat, at U e bar. At the bar thundered, Thnadered with fiercest din Topera one hundred. There atood those thirsty men. Thirsty one hundred. Calling for drink in Tain The bar keeperolumbered : Hark there a sound from one ! List how the curse i come From each and every one ! Of that dry one hundred. Into the bar they pitch. Nobis old toper. For up cones an order which ... - Pleased these old soakers : ' Forward the Tight Brigade I Take the bar! Muggins said, Intc ft undismayed, pitched now each drunken blade Pitched the one hundred. . - " Forward the Tight Brigade !" Gods, what a charge they made ! " No man was there afraid, Ho person blundered. Theirs but to drink their fill. Theirs but 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. — 13 June 1855

PUBIISHED BY HAPGOOD &. ADAMS. EJtrikC IIOC.I. 51 3BwkIq .familq Sournnl, Denote!) io rtrbom, ini!tur?, literature, (Uhnrntton, 3CoraI Intrlltgrnrr, anb ty Himz of fye Dai. VOL. 39, NO: 43. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY JUNE 13, 1 855. TERMS ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS m. uni, a adtastck. . . WHOLE NO. 2019 Poetry. For the Chronicle. YOUTHFUL DAYS. BY W. P. PORTER. Oft la childhood's happy hour. When tbc sultry md wmj high. Ban I gathered drooping flowers. Where the tree-tops hid the sky. Winding dowa a pathway far. Overgrown with fonat trees, . Branches hanging lowly there. Wand ia erery passing brsese, ., To a bright aad sunlit glade. Where a crystal Cream ia seen, - Half in sunshine, half in shade. Winding through the tloping green. ' On those mossjr banks I' re Iain, Lister'-g to the ararmuring stream TIU it, like the falling rain. Wrapped my spirit in a dream. Long In lingered by it side, forming faaciee wild and rare. Till the coming erentide Threw its darkness o...

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. — 13 June 1855

Wtsknx Qtsttii (Cjpnidc. g.A. ADAMS, O. N. HAPOOOD, 1 EDITORS. "Warren, "Wednesday, Jnne 13- 13th of July People's State Convention. To ths Vmixos of Fxexbok m Ohio: At a meeting of thcJiepaMican State Central Com Brittee, apwoii.ld the ALti-Sebraska Convention whtoh aaacmeleal in Columaus on the 13th of July, 2664, ft wee rt-soived in committee with the public voice, that a Kepubiican Sum Convention, to be com posed, af Ilelejreu-a chosen by the Independent Arti Kebraeke voters cf tWim, who i-artieipmed io the glori oat triumph of last y-er, and such other as may y wethiie with thorn, be called, to meet in the city of Colombia, on tfriday, the 13th of Jul, 1855, for the purpose of nomiiiating candidates for the following eincea, to wit: Govern-. Lieutenant Qeverner, Auditor of State, Treaanrer of State. Secretary of State, Attorney General, Member of the Board of 10.1)1.0 Works, and two Juegee of the Supreme Court. Inevniplianee-with the usual rule of representation adopted in Stat...

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. — 13 June 1855

TIIK Megich) itcclrbc ..'o,).cJ niPCi133 S ADIS!, Proprietors. Tram One DjlUra.n', Fifty Cents, in a-lvance; Tv. Bolrars, if payment ia uot made ia advance So paper discontinue-! until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the pu'ulirScra. KITES Or ADVERTISIXQ. Twelve lines, or less, one insertion. - ' " three - - - 1 00 cnrh a Mitioual insertion, 95 Jfveivc lines, or less, three months, - - 2 50 - - - iix - 4 MO - " " twelve " - 6 00 Twenty -tour llnet, three moi.ths. - - six " . - twelve Thirty-six lines, three month " six . - " twelve 'I - Adverttsinjr over this amount, at the rate of fifty dot Address Cards, Inserted for the year, at 91 OOperline. job pitixrixa. Having well .elected assortment of Joh Printing saatertaU we are prepared So execute In the very heat manner all kinds of plain and fancy Book and Job Printing, Address Cards, Check Doolcs. Bill Heads, Business Cards, Justices' Blanks, lawyers' Blanks, Circulars, llandhills, Pamphlets, Cataloagues, Show Bills,...

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. — 13 June 1855

Variety. REASONS FOR RISIBILITY. BY O. W. HOLMES. t Sweat m I I'm happy when I cut, Vm nil J while I nay. Tor lrfe'i at suit a narrow spaa. At beat a winter' day. If ear oeaM make sunbeam wear ". A brighter, warmer hoe, . . The ereniaf alar shin eat snore fair. The brae ky took aaora blue. Then I ihoald b a graTer man But since 1 1t not the way. Sweet cos 1 I'm happy when I can. And wir when I may. " If sighs could stake us sin the less. Perchance I were net glad - If mourning were the sage's dree. - Kj garb ahouldthen be cad ; But aince the angels wings are white. And area young aainta smile Bince virtu wear a brow of light, And rice a robe of guile Since laughter is not under ban. Nor gladnea ciad in gray Sweet cos I rat happy when I can. And merry when nay. Pre een a bishop dance and reel. And a inner nut and pray, A knave at top of Fortune' wheel, A good man caat away I Tin I're aeea jour grare one quaff, f1rhtetyomreetaSoat Sot I nerer heard a hearty laugh From out a villain's ...

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. — 20 June 1855

ti PUBLISHED BY HAFOOOD & ADAMS. unit mci. & HJttklq araili Sonrnal, Draotrb to .frobora. 'iralturr, literature, (Station, loral Snblligtntr, anb tjft l&ins of tjt Dai. :. ON2 collar ajto rxrrr castr . . ru un, nr ataxb. - VOL. 39, NO. 44. WARREN, TRUMRULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY JUNE 2 0, 1855, WHOLE NO.; I03Q- ? Poetry. [For the Chronicle.] LINES TO A YOUNG FRIEND. BY MRS. AMANDA GRAY. SHt Friona, th spring ant mm and M 'fliMllkrhatmini; " " JtifuHV glorta, loo. tore Born, Whn Sowar ul loaf of from. Ana Won win ar sighing m, Th fikla an brown and aw. Ana SMUiy-tincoa rorwt lmw, To gild Om Men., appear. The groT ar aad and itlent, who Th singing bird ban been. And pmlT tteaffht aoaM MaUas Th ariad in aaeh a ob ; Bat spring with all its long bright day. Hot linn i with it flower ; Her tine, nor abssne, deamt trtand. Can amr hearts fflt san. Thmgh Annum tears are fading now. Oar Mendthip ata i green ; Thoagh ebang i Barked on n&are'l brow. Ho Chang in a U seen. Ynng f...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 20 June 1855

ADAMS, l HAPOOOD,' EDITORS. "Warren, "Wednesday, June 20. C. A. G. N. 13th of July People's State Convention. To mrTilrnw. rC110 '' ' Ateetiag of the RcpiflCSH' Centml Com mittee, appointed j the Aiulr.- Ja Convention wbtch aa-eubl-d is Colmnboi irirt.o 13iii f July, 1-64, it was resolYed in con-EtiUee with th, public voice, that a Repablican State Convention, to be com posed of Delegates chosen bj the independent Anti Kebraslut Toters of Ohio, who participated in the giori-jDs-triuatl'h of last year, and tach others a nay aym-rUi- hh them, i called, to meet la the city of Oosomew, m Friday, the 13th ef JIy, 16j, for the pa-ose of neninatiDg candidates for the Jo-iovingr o'-tces, to vit: Governor .A.iateant Governor, Auditor of Bute, Treasurer of State, Secretary of State , Attorney General, Member of the Board of Fublie Works, and two Jadges of the Supreme Court. In compliance with the csaal role of representation adopted ia Sua Cum -B. wsneselTtd thst she smtio of represenution in...

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. — 20 June 1855

Tin? EAP330D fc-ADlM, Frflpriflflrs. Yin One Billnr and Fiflr Certs, in advance; Tro Dillars. if r.nvmei.t Is not mn.le rft advance. No p.lper riiscfuitlnn-d utitil a'.l arrears-res are psid, except at the oj'titra of the vmhlis!.ers. " ' : HiTrO? APYKftTTSIXC. Tweellrre,-rle, ettrinserti-.in, " " " tr " ... V- three " - i-i- m CTCh s litlonal Insertion. Twerve !ric,OT les, three month., - " " "fix " 1 t") 5 iu A 6 t S HO n l twelve Twcrty-tVirrr lines, tl-rce months. " - sir " 12 i0 7 no M Ml Thirty S'H Tiles. three raon tlx " ; months - " twelve 1 OS A-Ivmisiii? over this atnoant, at Hie rate or fifty dol lar nrr r.ilaiT!?!. Ad'.lress Card, inserted foTthe.vwir.st $1 WnerTine. JOB PIUNTTXa. Having a ceil selected ass:irUr.ei.i of Job Triuting materia!, ire are pr-Mare.l to execute iu tlic very best raanoer all aiuds of plain and fancy Book aud Jo Priming, trru i Address 0-ar.U, . Business Carus.. Circulars, Oataloueues," Prafts, Blanks Receipts, Check Rp-'ki. r.:l! Ilca-ls, ' Just...

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. — 20 June 1855

Variety. Variety. MISCHIEF MARKERS. Ok I mU thort lm the world to 1Mb Basse little spot of happy ground, Wln vilmgs pas aire might go m4 Wltsaeiiihe vtUageTAgiDgl How doubly tie Hat spoWpaht ha wtoM aii aught 4wii u ubrv Free froa the bitter aUsery W gossip's sa disss pratllng. ' H saea a spa wrwany known. Bun tsar aright all It w toe .wa, AUUshemlgmfuherthrooa, ' tartiwuliarmri Tbert.Uke a eassa might reign ud live. While every om wtoU Hn fwrgivs, lbs ttttls slights they Blight rooeivu. And to ffMM MWi TU BvbxMef-Bmkoiihat iam . Fur from hearts the warmth of tort. And Mads Mlllto disapprove What fin smashs passim ; They M t taks one's heart bat when They've tort saw sans unkindly the Ttoy mob retail thorn, all again, aQxsdap with poisonous Miamirf. And thea they've saea a canning way Of telling 111 msoet tales, ttoy say, "Beat mentioa It, I pray, I weald aot UU another ; " Strait to yaw aeigbbers Ibaa they go, Msrratlng ovary thing ttoy kaow ; And bnak the peas of high and tew, WMb...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 27 June 1855

rtTM5TIE0 v.v E&PG003 & ADAMS. EaillE BLOCK. VOL. 39, NO. 45. 51 IBrckli famlh Saiirnul, Druotrb WARREN, ta rrtbom, Agriculture, literature, duration, Torn! TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY S iitrllignirr, : nnb Wjt Him JUNE 27, 1 855. of i!;e Dai. TERMS : ONU DOLLAR AND FIFTY CETJT8 rc ARVOI, U ADTABCE. WHOLE NO. 2021- Poetry. [For the Chronicle.] THE HERO OF THE ARCTIC. BY FLORUS B. PLIMPTON. (StirrI on ranlhis the h-uc in T'tV ttmrot or th Arctic ct.miir. h--.. uc ll.-ji-rs. i. accrll-t'd u wing tli if aai-S.. IMaeut lac U . milking J On the quarter-deck of the Artie stood The hero-boy undaunted. Like Ilope with her calm heart unsubdued. And her angel face enchanted. While stout hearts quailed, and wildly rose The tempest of commotion. The brave boy gave the signal-guns To the misty waste of Ocean. Despair and the phantom Terrors round The masts and the spars were flying, While wildly swept o'er the surging waves The wail of the lost and dying. Bat hark ! though the death...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 27 June 1855

zWtsim lUscrfet CJronult. C. A. ADAMS, I n G. N. HAPGOOD, ITOES. Warren, "Wednesday, June 27. 13th of July People's State Convention. To tk lutm or Fmxdom ik Ohio : At a meeting of the Republican State Central Com mittee, appointed It the Anti-Nebraska Convention which assembled in Columbus on the )3th of July, le4, it vat resolved in committee with the public voice, that a Republican State Convention, to be com posed of Delegates c hoses by the independent Anti Nebraska voters or Ohio, who participated in the glori ous triumph of last year, and such others as may sym pathise with them, be called, to meet in the city of Columbus, en Friday, the 13th of July, I860, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the following offices, to wit: Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Auditor of state, Treasurer of State, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Memlier of the Hoard of Public Works, and two Judpes of the Supreme Court. In compliance with the usual rule of representation adopted in Sta...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 27 June 1855

dlfesfcty cstfbc Chicle DirCOOD U IDlis, Proprietors. Tims One DMIir anil Fifty Cent, in a-lvance; Two Dollars, if payment is not made in advance. Ko paper discontinued until all arrearage arc paid, except at the option of the publishers. RATES OF ADVCRTISIN'O. Twelve lines, or less, one insertion, 9 " two -1 tl.ree " ' " evil ad literal insertion, Twelye lines, or less, three months, - - ; - - six - j 'J" " twelve " - - 6 TO Twenty-four lines, three months, - " m - six - - 9I twelve - - 12 (HI Thirty-six lines, three months 7 . six " - 12 - twelve 1 W Advertieinc over this amount, at the rate of fifty dol lars per column. Address Cards, Inserted for the year, at 81 CO per line. JOB PRINTING. ttvin a well selected assortment of Job Printint mate-il, we are preiared to execute in the very lest manner all lulls of plain and fai.cy Bouk and Job Printing, rrs AS Address Cards, Business Cards, Circulars, Cataloujrues, Drafts, Blanks Receipts, Cheek Books, Bill Tleads. Justices" Iiunks, L...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 27 June 1855

Variety. A DOLLAR OR TWO. 'With cautious step we tread onr way through . This Intricate world as otrers do. May we still on our journey be able to Tiew The benevolent face of a dollar or two ; For an excellent thing If a dollar or two. o friend is so true As a dollar or two ; Through country or town. As we pass up and down, No password so good As a dollar or two. Would you read yourself out of the batchelor's crew. And the hand of a female divinity sue. Ton must always be ready the handsome to do. Although it would coat a dollar or two. Lore's arrows are tipped With a dollar or two. And auections are gained With a dollar or two. The best aid you can meet In advancing your suit Is the eloquent chink Of a dollar or two. Would you wish your existence with faith to Imbue And enroll in the ranks of the sanctified few, To enjoy a good name and a well cushioned pew You must freely come down with a dollar or two. The gospel is preached Tor a dollar or two. And salvation is reached By a doll...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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