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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 7 February 1855

11 ft 1 w & mm 3 PUBLISHED BY EDWABD D. HOWARD, annas block. . & SBwklq arailq Soumal, Dtaofri) to rwbara, irnltnre. literature, (Etamtion, laral fnfHligtnrr, anh tie Jbms nf ijp Uaq. TERMS : OWE DOLLAR AND FUTT CENT rza ABiroit, is advaxcx. VOL. 39, NO. 2 4. WARREX TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1 8 55. WHOLE NO .2002. POETRY. THE CONQUEROR'S GRAVE. BY WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT. Within this lowly jrsve a Conqueror lies, ' And yet the monument proclaims it not. Not the deeper'! tun hath chisel srrou; ht . The emblems of a fame that never dies Itj and amaranth, in c-raeefnl sheaf, . TiruMd srilh the UoreUs fair imperial leaf. , A simple name alone, t To the (Treat world unknown. Is rraTCn here; and wild flowers, risinjt round, . Meek meadow-sweet, and violets of the ground, . iean lovingly against the humble stone. ' Here, la the quiet earth, they laid apart i Mo man of iron mould and bloody hands. Who sought to wreak upon the cowering lands The passions that consu...

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. — 7 February 1855

r1 i Bat in the Son'h ihs U refuses to jbok at any degree of arueltj in ebas Jsements open the uiiivt rftl Uborer, ihort of maiming or deth, and publie sentiment is but little better than the law. The laborer in the North answers la a tribual ; in the South to a master , in eenssd, passionate, vindictive in justice executed upon aJl symptoms of resisting manhood I .. In the North, nothing is mora sacred than R man's family and his children. It would not be possible foj a aian to do publie violence to a family circle without vindictive penalty. Let him separate a toother from her daughters, let him hire a ruffian to carry off the boys into the country and parcel them out there let him scatter the flock, and leare the chil dren motherless, and the parents child less, and what do jou think would be come of htm f In the South it Is a part of the ciril rights of men to do these things when ever they please. And though publie sentiment is better than law, yet as no public sentiment on ear...

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. — 7 February 1855

2? EDWARD I. HOWARD, Kilitor and Proprietor. r. m. ninor, ruiTii. - Weekly Cirtulation Orrr !!00 Copies, and constantly tncreuiag. TERMS On Bolus Tim Cinm In advance. Two Don. if P.JHK-M is delayed ti" after the - piratinn or lane mootus "fiVs, paper discontinued until " atrearage ore paid, except at th ption of th Publiaher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Twelve line, or le, inerun. M two " - " three mm each additional Insertion, Twelve Una, or lews, three months, - - sir - twelve " Twenty- An, tbrec month, - six " twelve " Thlrty-dx line, three month - six " I SO i 1 00 ss s so 4 00 00 5 00 00 IS 00 7 00 13 60 six 18 00 Adrertnintr over tfcia amount, at the rat of fifty dol lar per eolama. Address Cards, hmetted for the year, at (1 OOperline. JOB PRINTING. Havin a well aeleeted asaertaKat af Job Priiitlnr material, w are prepared to execute SB the aery best all Kind of plain and fancy Book and Job rrinuaic, Address Cards, Basiness Cards, Orealara, Cataloacaea, DraTta, Blank Beeelrsa), Chec...

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. — 7 February 1855

Variety. JOHN BROWN: OR. A PLAIN MAN'S PHILOSOPHY. rYsm the fortheomiim Seonnd Serin of 'English .rwn ami Melodies' th Poetry by Charles Mackay ; the Musical srcompaniinenta by Sir 11. K- BUhop. c v : I've a crown I can spend, '- IVe a wife and a friend. And a troop of little children at my knee, John Brown ; I've a cttage of myovn, , ,. VI ith the Ivy overgrown, And a garden with a view of the sea, John Brown; -'- I can lit at my door, By my shady Sycamore. lArge of heart, though of very amallestate, Jno Brown; - - So tone and drain a glass, . .la lay arbor at yon pass. IBroa n. - And I'll tell yon anal I lure, and what I hate, John ' V-- , I IUvcthefnngof birds. And the children's early words, - And a loving woman's mice, low and sweet Jno Brown; - -, .i And I hate a false pretence. And the want of common sense, And arrogance and fawning and deceit, John Brown; T I love the meadow flowers, s And the brier in the bowers. ' And I lore an open face without guile. John Brown; And I ha...

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. — 14 February 1855

vf'5 ij- ""Kj ' i 5S(tkIq anilq SfDurnal, .Sraslrb -io rttbom; , gritaltnrf aCiftratart,; (B5aration,;;Xqa . f nftHistntf,' anS'lt.OTia of it, Saq :, , , ' ( a' f TCTMtt 'V.:i- irjlmt - , PUBLISHED BT , " IBWASD XX. ' - - -- - ruri Sir r aea iiirm w - . - J im urn, u aatcav it WARREN TRUMBULL COUNTY, 'OHIO, WEDNESDAY FEB RfrHj Y T llf ; 18 55 - j.. whole 0:iooj.r 9tnj 9ii Y 0 L 59 N 0 2 5 ; i - Poetry. [For the Chronicle. STANZA. STANZA. BY L. - Cm la baar aj ; . r At br eraaAaraeaS esrbea " -AaSarrf ear tUep ewajr.' .":,,' " . Mai md erpBt taf. T)mf rein Mr ketrti that e'er eu vrith yith hriMr. u Mi f ! AlrfVl4ellT; r- r.i-,; - Tfcrj TVIfM n macnrtt4 wriy 7 , ' VrM cwHm llp that fell; ' Th bOter tfcaaf hu that Mr liuru'i atlnaa " r-lJneaaefclefttBalirtn.,. J ' ThKr kauta va ban sat cheered ; , Baeaaaa oarawa war atd; tt'taa awauau aaand tt atttih aaai : aaDlttteaidt athen jlaa. ' ha vraan wa an trial to . Inw aar atitli ae waati; Tha aaraiac vaiea we 454 aat raUa tta A-haapaa i ati...

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. — 14 February 1855

gr. i l Slti,, !&ranStflI.'j 9. HOWARD, ; : rEnrroa. aers PaerxirToa. t. D. fiOX. rr : h s : (iawun tame. Warrea, Wednesday," Feb 14. Good News from the Empire State- Seward Elected by a Sweeping majority —What it means. tr "i"' ISxwaks was elected U. S. senator on lis lth Vr tht legislators of New York by a majority of 18 in the Senate and 40 in the House. The New York Leg islature Las spoken out upon the great question of the political age, and its yo.c3b slerT noble and 1nspiring.The peculiar situation of New York politics, maier th1ruTt,o)'oVs:rable-in "itself at any time, peculiarly significant, and pregnant with promise at "the present time. JVe, have .known all ong that the heart of the magnificent' Empire Statwuxijht..WeJieliejred hex pulse l beat strong and true in opposition to pro-slavery oppression, and. executive rascality it the same time it has been evident thatjlie faetionaljgcal divisions which-4isU-acted ihe community, .seri ously etood m the way -ef any fair ....

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. — 14 February 1855

mm EDWAb'l; IIOWAKD, aMasrsad Proprietor. '.' . ' ' : m. bishop, i etily Cirtalitiaa Cm !100 Ceplfi, . sud constantly InereaeiBe;. TarRMSfrse TXn.t ewa Fi-rv Ceva-rs in e-rveeee. Tw. tnun K paTmiit Is delayed tin after the ex- ptrstla ot three month. - - - WfNe paper dlee.artlmre1. -until all nl(fllff 4, xccit tilt iinsrtharbUilMr. - !t KITE, OF ABVBRTISINO- -Twelu llnee, er les, one ta.rtl, - : 73 s -: t M 4 as M . 8 M t M "three" - - ' v-. (rk a-Mttieael Issiiil is. -. Tmn line, er less, tierce men . .-., twelve TVoBty-awr One. ttree Bswv.ehe, twelv " T .. ' SO gix ' ' J i - . . T : . IX W tnln. - -MM A4e-ertuing over this aaseat,et theresae Anes IK eeluma. Aaetoaa Card, Inserted I for the year, et IHp Bate. JOB. PRINTING. SUTHg awefl avtoeted aoeuilms.il of " .ewriei ww are iwemered to execute aa the aery beet bukt all kMt W fdal aa fancy Book ana Job PrintiBg. ; ' ' 11 '' ' ' V . .. el- ewt Book. Bill Heeds, Tausinee Card. fjtreurere. r , uuki. Lauren' Bleak. Ileadhills. rumtHU,...

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. — 14 February 1855

Variety. THE USES OF PHRENOLOGY. , . - wvT With ll dmt u4 mlssglvtng, NowfenBJBBtrbytbB-- 5 . I S here1 aa d to elbtriak Bad deceiving. a Sg llu nt 14 uuikibft Iwk; . , . . Arer-ey.xa-twww-iredtng dimpl,, EowcTwtasrwitolmryBipg: ... c M That lover indeed MM be liny I - Wuiiia Cupid aet arrow t we;, .. T kulla let limit ur fancies. " . . . - - And lov by the tapi wa xpkrl . " M'no tell in umlaut . , . , What fate willhe our when wwwdr ' -;. . heart hat ne passion within ' - - ... - Ttaa oMBcisnd oa the aV .-. te8tf &Mtta4i4fhatM- ! ., With Jaa mmi I aanoot tell haw ' Tvas not till the eve of alliance - -' ' I aautat tha 8rsl glimpse uf. JMr brow; . -.OacsaasTT finely expanding. V1 Me largest I happea'd to see:' .-, . ..- v . Bach ei tuiuenl.tar too coniraanding, - -. .'Tsl,tobe,prued Nairn imarTl,andch teatJin 1 A mild d angel apnea-; - v I yeataed. the weet litsie ererI t ' To ts .ea peep oyw her r; . : , -P'uikix iiiuiM. terrlUte omon' J -j ,V . .--' msaieJmdvUpe4 did li. - ' v...

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. — 21 February 1855

- v - J .- J ...... 1. . ' ' '""' W (-' . ". . .- " PtTlLISHED BT UW1ES B. BOWAS9. rims ikci. . TOL39, KO. 26. & MIq amiiq f onrnal, Drnofrb WARREN, Jo fmhmt &$nmmt; TRUMBULL COUNTY Tiimkit, (Bkrafion, local OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SaMHgmrr, anh t?t Htm FEBRUARY' 21, 1855. of i Datj." '.- TXftMtt' ' ' on dolt-ar m ra-rr cam fib umu or inuci. WHOLE NO. 2004. Poetry. Poetry. A SNOW SHOWER. Poetry. A SNOW SHOWER. A NEW SONG FROM AN OLD BARD. leaa fcsra ay ary at, id Mrs. I pray. Aaa aark ad aties the i L, kwr aaa rmy. Ml rit (NM BiM the MM -,. ' - la Hlll Saba, her im e , - Flak, after Sake, u- , tkayaWtUtt aarkaa aUeat lata. aWaevlaaUTiarrwermtaeyeaaM .-' Faai raa ea.Mtir ri e.yne that aUaty veil ; . Ma una. trm ta. skv life. mrtwtiH la aw. aaa AH. aieauiaa ewirtiy ar eettia alow. .aa areaou l. tneeeata below; : -- riaaeaneraake lis the eark aaa eilaat laka.; i wataf thecleaa Caeje aaauaw aewawva ta air. ilx. tn.aimripimfcaaltfaaiiateaiMew -rTaawatteBt?airataeaUlky way; .. .. fata ar...

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. — 21 February 1855

E D. BOW ABO, ; J. D. COX. : ::: : : Xarrun ann lhtarnirrtra. : rAsaoctaTB Imthl Warren, "Wednesday, Feb. 21. Delay. In Consequence of a load of paper being delayed 7 days on the R. R. be tween Canton and Salem we were forced to be behind again with our paper. The circumstance is, to say the least as un pleasant to us as to onr subscribers, and much more expensive. To common with all other publishers we have great dif ficulty in getting paper ; the scarcity of (tcck renders its impossible to get it ex cept in small amounts at a time, which leaves-hs tSpleasantly bufTinavoidablT:4 ,. . . . . . ,. uujevk to acciuenu " py u way. Booth and Ryecraft. It ia sow generally understood that the Supreme Court of the State of Wisconsin, in settinglhese gentlemen free, in defiance of thleiaiea before the U. S- Court, aU J o remits the fine of $1,000 imposed up on Booth. At all events the thing hangs now Tipon an issue directly made between those two Courts, and it is thought best to defer those ...

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. — 21 February 1855

Til K i I Uls I EPWARD' D. HOV AKD, .Utter ?of9iri. f ecWy Cireilatifla ,1m !lto Ceniei, wv - - S o i- TERMS naXsaT Bsilak in Iim Cera la advance. Twe Dau.ua it paymeat is delayed till after the ex pire tie. taiwi uiBS . T""PN.-,,-, aiaMMuiatd .Mil all irmranl paid. mmm the .emtiea ef ths Fnblishers. tjLAna or iwiti.Tisisa TwsIts lines, er ei T - awe - - . , . . - . j - three - . - . i. t. i y .. each additional Insertion. rwelTeWaaa.ee base. PRINTING. . ' TS hreeesenkks,,.,- . IM. - ; atx - . ... a w - twelve " j . . ' W Twsuly-.esl stoes.BEroom.ofas. . 5 00 t owe1 - ..-,-. 00 .'jar ewerv. 1 .1 on Thirty-ark Mi aiiiassatsai . )-- 7 00 - t .--, t- , ..- - .. IS 00 - . -e- .Awalra 18 00 AiwilawwTaraaaaaoaaa,at taa race at Mr aol- aare im mlnera. - - Addraae Caiaa.laarom tortaeraar.at lpllna. Haeia TwtU aataeta aaaortaieirt of o FrhrtlBT I prepared to aieeote In the eery hart ' aaner aJa aA af plaia aad, fame Book and Jok rrialiatV' MiJ:'T SbeWdftitli, Ccrtflcxt, 1 - X;). . KtnV a' la...

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. — 21 February 1855

Variety. [From the Spirit of the Times.] THE FATE OF BULBUL. A WARNING TO COQUETTES The urn of her flattering heart Waa quivering oa her lip. Which trembling, conscious, half apart. I avited Lot to tip Bat vmcq'i heart an mighty queer. When dealing with a beau. And all the anxious youth did hear, i m acldlf, "Oe alou no I" The kaplees youth departed, glum, Aad toeeed about all night. And fouad, whea breakfast Umw had I ions. He'd lost kit appetite ; Aad thea he wrote a letter, foil Of Lore, and Hope, and We And posted ttte hie Balbal, Who answsrsd, along apt" And thea he Marred himself, te 'took Jum like a tove-lora ghost; She ealy laughed, and ao he took A doaen stewed and roast; fad thea he bought a pistol, bat . Feeed u.is toe was no go, Tor Bulbal simply said, "WeHpntl , I hare font Go along no! And thea this youth with heart so trao Straight up on end rited he. Be carted his hair, and Sled it too. To charm another she: Oh I then harsh Balbnl's buxsem heaved. Te Tie a rtral's bl...

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. — 28 February 1855

SftronitloiS i Craitsrripf T : JCsfTD asa Punmi. i-f : Aseocii- . Eorros- A Dl 4i, ti'ji Warren, Wednesday, Feb. 28. are olRged to issue a half sheet ' this week, but aball give our subscriber another paper this week and an extra to make up their full amount of matter. . Explanation. The Secretary of the Rupub'ican meet, lag, the proceedings which were report' d last week,' was absent at the time it wa necessary to bare the copy for the ; printers, and the report was made up by a friend. , Mr. CL. was mortified to notice an apparent egotism in the report when it appeared ' in print, and we make the' explanation at . his request. He did not eee the report till it was published, bar icg requeued it to be made up for him in the event of lis not being in town. The fault in tbo;wording of the report wasjiotieed by the Editor, but in the hurry of going to press the proof was not re-corrected. E. D. H. Congressional. The session baa nearly closed, next Monday being the day fixed for adjour...

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. — 28 February 1855

THK iEDWAHD U. HOWARD, .. t M. BISlToP, PatsrsB- ' f itklj CireaUtioa Orrr 2103 Copifi, : ' ad aemstaacly laersssiad. - TEEMS Owa Dwixa Virrr Crwrs In s.l ranee. TaatwUMtf wM la daleysd tilt afterta ex- plmtiss sf thre. avonths. JtJ.ll. aspac dlesrtinued an til all mmna art fai-Kep at th. .ptisa af the Publishers. . KATES OF ADYEKTIEiKO. Twelr ltnwa, ar lata, en Insertion. - 't-ra S . ,-., -, three - - M each aUUional Insertim, "weir flat, wr Im. threa months, -.; ai - --- " - -twelve -..-.. Taeaty-iaar .iaea, three months. - - - - six - - . ' -.- twslrs - . . . Thirty-six Haws, three Bsosrths . r " ri t SO 4 a 00 5 00 M 1 Ot 7 00 IS 00 W 00 twelr. Arejeietarewtkjaeem-at the rate ef tftfaWr- Addreea Crda, Inaerted for th.rar.rt l W per line. JOB PRINTING. aritif "m en aeleeted asaeroaent af Jeh Priatlof aaalii e aieiawad te eaccuat la the ee-rr heat kiadA af piai ana iukj omk ana ' errw a ' ' ' eheek oa. BUI Head. JasUees' Buutks, Lawyers Blanks, Ctrewlare, Haadh Ihill. Faaiphleta, ...

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. — 7 March 1855

cn- ,. aV 'vr . , . f s rt - L' J T H'blished bt hwaso o. how ass, mil ilicIi YOL. 39, NO. J7. 1 KM(q umi!q Sournol, UtuoMi WARREN, fo fmfom, Hgrirulture, TRUMBULL COUNTY, Xiteratarr, duration, local OHIO, WEDNESDAY, gnWIigmrr, anb ijj't Utuw MARCH 7, 1 855. of tjp Dai. . ; v'; -mum t DOXXA2 AXS PTTTT CSXTS linM, I ABTAKS. - WHOLE NO.'! 005.V' '' 1 i Poetry. THE WEST. BY JOHN IRWIN. . Ib wester wild, and Cm- away. Ami4 tbe war is ( pratrw Haven, ' Whet Mature in her beet array Invitee jrou to her roaj bower : Go there, jeong friend, and find a dobm Whet Memuxj efH-iaa mm. fruta her birth ; Above yew head, the uirc done BeneaUi your feet, the Terdant eartii. Go there and find congenial food. To satisfy your ardent mind. In that fcroavd k&nd of aatplitade. Where Nature revels on cod fined : Go there asd cull the ehoiceet flowers. And weare a garla-nd for yoor brow ; jWrneaftber that youth's joyous hoars . Can co e hot once, and that is now. There rirers broad and deep are foond. A...

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. — 7 March 1855

Chronicle and Transcript. Chronicle and Transcript. What We Shall Do! Car nf ighlor of the Trumbull Demo crat is very much exercised about our position on the Enow Nothing question. He says that we, "while professing Anti Slavery sentiments, yielded radical sup port to the Know Nothings." Our an ewtr to this awful charge is, that just so far as the Know Noth'ngs, or any other orpanix ition of men take thorough and onsis ent Anti-Slavery action, just so far we are withlhein, vxd no farther.' Wr.ere ever the Enow Nothings have exerted an AntfSlavery influence we are grateful to them for it ; where their action has been warpeJT)y "the influence of designing men to "Pfo-Slavery ends we condemn and denounce them. We do not belonj to the order, because we are ignorant of the 'precise nature .and .scope of their aims, and tha means, to be used in ac complishing them. "We shall never iden' tify ourselves with them till these things are made obvious to ni, and receive the sanction of par jud...

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. — 7 March 1855

.iiiop, riT. . -. s.ad nUady increasing. . , TCRM-kV TOou. Fim Cnunii advaaeo. rer". of three BtMlik .--1TJX Aa-feir 4lMnUMd aotil alt arrear. , pwd, men at toa pHn ir. till OF ADVERTISINu. , Twelve lino, ar low, inserti.u, .3 .v.-44, w . 44 ..-". ' ,.., . lgir 44 .-- each Jditinal insertion, . TwlT!l-n0uK ; ... ; Ti , , - SIS . . ' . v..,rV, . twelv " .. ..-.". , wrDtr-f. li, mouth. . . J ! " 73 " i m cs 5 su Ifl 6 l0 j cn 00 7 (I) 12 W 19 00 in . .... " Saelv 44 TalKy-ssia Bum, ihtat months 44 . 44 six - 44 - twin AdvofOtaiav w Uia aaeomnt, at the rate oi uiyr aui Addrwa Carta, loaerUd for the year, at SI C per lice. -r- I JOB PllINTINO. Ravtna a wen" oelectM aitaortment T J"1. Printiae ' -L are prepared to eTeeote in the very et ker all kind of plaia a4 raacy HVok and Jo! Addrk "rd ! ' Cheek Book, - Bill Head. Bannerda, ' Jntee.' Blanka, .rTr1 Ktanka. Cirealars. . - ' MandMIl. Pawpliletv . Ctaletea, ' Hoow Hill. - Certitirte. rfU--- - i - - - ,Unk Checkv tank eoelpta, . Store Bil...

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. — 7 March 1855

Variety. WE WIST NOT WHITHER HE GOETH. ta the mellow bincK weather. From m dlslantl and, Cm aa aged pilgrim weary. Through the yellow forest dreary. Palm a&d ataff ta hand. raw Iti si., la wtne-like firmeaU, And with sandals brown; Wearing, intertwined torelher. Crisp learns and faded heather, lor a kingly ero.a- Aut kit cheek waa like the sunaet, . Glowing ripe and red ; ' Aad hia brew ta ateeped in (lory. Like some saints is ancient store. Kites from the dtad. l-gift bring he many alao ram tnat stranger land. Tat It eceajeth whea he leaves us. He af something loved bereaved as. With his withered baud. And we wist not where hCgoeth OnQWjliuw, Bat when sickle t $4 ere erer. And the awadows sweet with clorer. tyinf heaped and i Taen his footprints froa the forest. Are forever fled. Sot U!oa the winter bedes, Leeveth be the scarlet edges Of his mantle red. Jl Tejcpkrancr Stobt. One erenbg list week we took our place at the sup per Uble of a Cincinnati and Louisville packet Supper ...

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