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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 18 June 1856

j TERMS: " ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENT J rCK AH5CM. IH ADTAHCB. PITRI.TSHED BY HAPGOOD &. ADAMS. . . turiii iioci. 51 Wnd nmilq Sinrnal, Draotrb la rtrbcm, Sgrifiilturr. Xitmifurr, duration, Xoral SuMigenff, anb tjp ftms of tl;e Daq. VOL 4 0, IT0 4 4. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1 8 , 1 85 6. WHOLE NO. 2072, Poetry. From the Dollar Newspaper. BY AND BY. BY F. WELLS. f "Ey-aml-by," a intt Tocie whispered ; ( ' Then the days of h ipe began ; ' "Bj-acd-liy," my own lips murmured, . -"L, the boy, shall be a man.' ''By-s.Ed-by," Time hoarsely matured, Tooll have yoor allotted span." . All the light is gleaming yonder ; " Past time darkens on the eye, Whilst sre sit, and think, and ponder Oo the dawning by-and-hj; Hope vanes into vaguest wonder. And the breast upheaves a sigh. But the soul persists to oUer, . '"Wait you ! wait you ! by and-b I" By-and-by, across life's desert Blow the sweetest, blandesl airs ; . v By and-iiy oar ho, the fondest, "- Coates, fulfilled, ...

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. — 18 June 1856

KBfsftrn Stsrrbt Cfcronitlc. O. A. ADAMS. O. N. HAPfiOOD, EDIT0E5. WARRE5, WEDJilSDAT, JUNE 13 PROSPECTUS. FOR CAMPAIGN PAPER. SHARP SHOOTER. 'A republican Campaign piprr will be issued under the above name, to com - mence immediately after the Prcsid. n - ial Convention at Philadelphia. June 17, giving in the Ul number the full re - f l,of rv,-.t; m.l tn ron.iniie wi w vi uiai vi'ii ivuui'i'i - Mnti I .f ariiAniiiiiE lliA II Tl 1 1 rcsuiL til lit" .- t e . t VMM, IK IIUIIVI'V' - ... - Election in ti e Fall. -TT.V paper will be edited under the! of a Republican Committee, who will be responsible for its ton. , nd the course'it will take. It will bo printed at the Chronicle office, and Messrs Hap-! ood i Adams will receive the subicrip- llon9- ' T . . . 7 i ,i o. c It is intended that the ' Jmiar? fcHOOT eh'." shall be a real Campaign popcr,lhe poUtical news, argument, facts, fun and pepper, sending shots Lome lo vi. ii- .v: t- on 1 r. -i T,- the JSebraskals, thick and fast. 1U ar- -...

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. — 18 June 1856

Til K Slicsfeh escrbe Gfyron.cie DAPCOOD i AJ1BS, Proprietors. TERMS One Dollaraml Fifty Cent in ' adTanret Two Dollars, if payment is not " nude in advance. K. paer discontinaed until all arrearages or, paid : ,ioept at Uie option, of the DwblisLera. n nrenlBTVI1 . ..A&na V ....... One sowar, twelve linei or lest, first insertion, . each additional inswrtioa.... -- -do one year.. ................ ........ Tw SKruares, tliree saonlhs ...... 7uj 'I Si do - six moDLDi. .......... . .. -do o::o year.. ....... fowrtk of a eotassn. thre. months. do do . six do oowl Lonor advertisement, iertod'at ireU"nnabierate. ctiei,arte.j tttiWptrua 11. r"Alortieraeou should be marked ibe nnmler of time. , bo inserted, oth.-rw i sc iliey a ill be eontinned . oti! vrdertd ont.and charirfl for at theahore rates , C 'JfCuUdU advertisements to be paid for wlien band am. JOB PRI2CTIXO. Dariatr a taperior assoitmeot of Job Printing mate- rim., mm are prepared to execute in the best manner, ail kiads of ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 18 June 1856

LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. [No. 143.] AN ACT Making appropriations for the rear one thousand eight nun area ana m.ynx. Samoa 1. Be it enacted sy fe General Atsemh'.w of the Stats mf Okie That the following sums, in ldi tton to former appropriations, be, and they are hereby appropriated, out of the money in the treasury, appH cable for (tener.il revenue purposes, to b paid for the year one tUoutftnd eiyht hundred and fifty-six : r or me pijment oi me salaries n tne norrrnor. lieu- tenant jrorcm-.r, auditor, treasurer ami secretary of stat-?, tne attorney jenem,!, state commissioner ot com mon schools anj li'trjrUn.ten thousand seven baa J rod dollars. For the payment cf the netnWi of the renrl as sembly, their clerks and assistant clerks, serial it-; -at tin, door-keepers and messenger boys siaiy-thrcc thousand Ave hundred dollars. Also, ore thousand tove-bnndred dollars for paying the per diem aud expense of committees of the gene ral astaemhly. For the payment of the salaries of 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. — 25 June 1856

SL JHfrfkhj amilq Sonriml, Druofrb ia fmhrn. 5lgrirulturfr Iforafure, (Sburatton, Xoral SWflltgenrr, anh fp 3ltaj5 of tjjt 3Jaq. TERMS - ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTT CENTS KB AH HUM. in ADYABCE. PUBLISHED BY XXAPGOOD &, ADAMS. E r I E BLOCK. VOL. 40, NO 45. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1 3 5 6. WHOLE NO. 2 073. Poetry. [From the Drawing Room Journal.] CHILDHOOD. . Chtldbood, sweet d sunny childhood, r, , " . With Its careless thoughtless air, Like the t eMail t tingled wiMwood, TVanU the training hand of care. : . .. 6ee it springing all aroond ut . , Glad to know and quick to learn ; t Asking- questions that eon Too nd ui ; Teaching lessons in its tarn. Who lores not the joyous rerel , Leaping lightly on the lawn. Up the knoll, along the level, , Free and graceful as a fawn ! Let it rerel ; it Is nature, -Giving to the little dears Strength of limb, and healthful feature. For the tdil of coining years. ; . He who checks a child with terror, Stops its play and stil...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 25 June 1856

iffltston -fficstrfa &rcrucic. O. A. ADAMS. I O. N. HAPCSOOD, S EDITORS. WED2ST.SDAY, JUNE 25. Republican Nominations. I ' FOR PRESIDENT, JOHN C. FREMONT, OF CAUFOHX IA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. WILLIAM L. DAYTON, OF SEW JERSEV. State Ticket FOK SCTREJJE JCCOE SHORT TERM. OZIAS BO WEN, of Marbn County. FOR SUPREME JUDGE FTXL TERM. JOSIAH SCOTT, of Butler County. FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER. ANSON SMYTH, or Franklin County. FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF ITILIC WORKS. JOHN WADDELL, of Ross County. To Donors of the Trumbull County Kansas Aid Fund. Gentlemen:- A short time since, some four hundred and forty-two dollars were donated by jou to be applied for Ihe aid of the i TT ' 0 . . i - T- snuggling rree oiite men in nansas, and it is due to you that you be inform ed what use has been made of the funds. On the evening when the news of the sacking of Lawrence and the destruction of the property of the settlers reachod tnialnw 4!ai rr.n rt t A aci.tn IIVJU, M1U IUC lUlUUIICUt UU ti. I 111 TCIJIUU th...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 25 June 1856

-' THE cgieh) esft' be Clcq.clc - -lirSOOD fe ADOS, Proprietors. TERHS-OoeDoIlamna Fifty C-nt-. in tlTaaeef Two Dollars, if payment is not made la advance. H.peperdiscontlnuedantil el! arrearage, are paid except at the option of the publishers. RATES OF aDTETISI"(J Ob aqoaic twelve line, or lews. Brit Insertion, 9 de estt.sddiU.aal insertion. 6 4 7 12 e is o 90 Tw. sqaares, tare months - el. si months........... do c year ........ as forth f a column, three months de do six do ..... ds d one Tfur. ......... Lenrer advertisement. Inserted at a reasonable rate. Address Card Inserted fur the vear.at t-l.uti prr line. XTT Advertisements shoo Id be marked the number iiaei H a w.erten, otherwise utey : u ne coounocu matil ordered out .and charred for at the above rate.. IITCaaaal adTerUsemenU to be paid for when hand d La. JOB PltlNTINO. Ravine, a ranerior aaMitment of Job Printing mate rial, v are prepared to execute In the hew manner, all kind f plain aad fancy Book and Job Printing, Ad...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 25 June 1856

Variety. A CHAPTER ON LOCKS. TO eribnle a line on the suhjet of locks: Then are those attpeutled to mu.ket stocks. And locki for "locker,," "lockups," snd box. Are common si inessles or chicken-pox, While other examples occur In flocks. Prom? folks are said to keep Locked In the deep emlirace of sleep; Sailors are landlocked in storms or calm. And Iotcts are locked in each atari's arms. And a lockyonll find of a uifTeietit kind At every canal boat landing. And may puzzle yonr brain a key to pnin To "Locke on the CndersUnJinp." Tiler's a tsfetr lock, the toils to mock Of burglars and pickpockets, 2nd raTen locks." and "locks of gold." As veil as golden lockets. There's a terrible loci jaw. so they say (I wish that the possips were troubled that way;) And lawfnl and awful wedlock. By which a couple we frequently we Chained by a parson, who turns the key In Hymen's- unpickable padlock. There are locks for windows, and locks for doors. Locks for honses, and locks for stores ; But it isn...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 2 July 1856

PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD & ADAMS, txriti BLOCK. VOL. 40, XO 46. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1S56. WHOLE NO. 2 074'. Poetry. [From the Charleston Courier.] A CONTRAST. We hare rarely read, ityt a late English writer, any thing More simple and touchier thau the following contrasted poems. We cannot ascertain the uxnxe of tha writer. They are cut from an old newspaper, Thick they were pah li shed anonymously : MAN'S LOVE. When woman eye prows dull. And her cheek paleth. When fades the beautiful The man's lore tadeth. He sits not hestde her chair. Clasps net her finjrers. Twists not the damp hair That o'er her brow lingers. lie comes but a moment in. Ttaouph her eye lightens ; Thoueh hrr cheek pale and thin, Feverishly brigteu. He stays hot a moment near. When that flush fadeth ; Thoach true affection's tear Her soft eye-lid shadeth. Be roes from hr chamber straight - - Into life's jostle Be meets at the Tery gate Business and bustle. Be thinks not of her within. S...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 2 July 1856

S&ttsttnt fficsctht (Sjironidt. O. A. ADAMS. O. N. HAK500D, EDITORS. rWAEEEH, WEDNESDAY, JTJLT 2. ' ' - Republican Nominations. FOB, PRESIDENT, JOHN C. FltEMONT, OP CAMFOKMA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. WILLIAM L DAYTON, OF EVT JEKSEY. . State Ticket FOR SUPREME JUDOE SI10M TERM- OZ1AS LOWEX of Matbn County, . for srPREME Judge fcli tkrm. fOSIAH SCOTT, of Butler County. . ANSON SMYTH, of Franklin Ccanty. FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUILIC W0RK3. JOHN WADDELL, of Ross County. The Nominations. f ; Last week we placed at the head cf onr paper the names of John C. Fremont, of California, and William L. Dayton, of New Jersey, as crndidates for the! offices of President and Vice President, in the ensuing election. We had mill er time or space at that time to say any- thing respecting them. Thus far in our political experience wo have never seen nomination for any office which gave such perfect and universal satisfaction, to the great body of the voters oi the parly which made the nomination, and ....

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 2 July 1856

THK Stfesfeh) essirbe Chicle H1PC00D fc AMSX, Proprietors. TERMS One Dollarand Fiftr Cents, in advance Two Hollar, il payment is not made In advance. Mo paper aiseontiDaed until n arrearage, ar, paid cept at the eptiBO of the publishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING One square, twelve tines or lew. first insertion, $ do each additional insertion do Mini Tw. squares, three aronths 4 . lx bio nth. ........... . ...... 4. . one year 19 anefwartk of a column, three nonths do da aix do 1 0 do do one fflr 20 00 Inrer ad rerti semen ta inserted at a reasonable rate. Address Cards inserted for the Tear. at 9l.al per line. JTTAdvertisesneols should lie marked the number liases to do inserted, otnerwise tuer mil oe cwinmni mntil ordered anl.and charred for at theaHove rates. TTpCasaal advertisements to be paid for when uand ed In. JOB PHINTIXO. flavin? a superior assortment of Job Printine mate rial, we are prepared to execute In the best manner, all kinds of plain and fane? Honk and Job Printing, Ad...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 2 July 1856

Variety. THE SONG OF THE LOCOMOTIVE. Beware I beware t for I come In my might. With ft cream and a coal of scorn , With a speed like the mountain carle's flight, When he rides the breexe of morn. Avaant ! nvsunt ! for I been yen not, Vor pans? for the cry of paii. : X rejoice o'er the slaughter my wheels hare wrought And I laugh at the mangled slain. , Away- away o'er Taney and plain i sweep with a voice of wrath ; . la a fleecy cloud I wrap my train. At I tread my iron pith. Jty howls are Are. and my arm is steel. My breath is a rolling cload ; And way voice peels out as I onward wheel, v Like the thunder rolling loud. AH day, all day. do my sinews play. Whoa my sun's bright rays are cast ; At the midnight hour I fly on my way. Like a death-fiend howling past. I hear the wealth of a thousand climes. The pearls of the briny sea. The produce of lands wnre the church bell chimes. And the gold of the dark Caflree. I mar oa the beach of the roaring deep,! Where the sea-shells touch my w...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 9 July 1856

PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD & ADAMS. . c uriii BLOCK. VOL. 4 0, NO 47. SI SSfrMg omilg Sonrnal, WARREN, to fmfom, irn!tarf, Xiferafare, (Biumfion, loral TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, Snfrfligrafr. nntt ffj? ftuis of JULY 9 , 1 8 5 6. Daq. TERMS : ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENT . una, i ivvAici WHOLE NO. 2075. Poetry. TO AN OLD FRIEND. ' Here Is a reeling tribute from one old friend ta an . . ether. It at written by Pmi Brxjixi, and is id dressed to Mr. Fkjwi, of the Louisrille Journal, i which paper we find it prefaced thus : Tneae staams, from one whom we hare known an. - tored for twentr-seren yean, hare delighted us, and we are sure inej will delist our readers." Old friend, thoagh many a rear has flown. And we hare somewhat wiser grown Since I and you first met. The lore that in our bosoms grew. When Hfe was rosy, fresh and new, t .. Is blooming brightly yet. ; , Time brings a philosophic mind. Time takes more then he leares behind, . r i Time is a thief of Joys: Tims turns our gold...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 9 July 1856

S&tsfmt Txtstik' Clwnidt. O. A. ADAMS. O. N. HAPCiOOD, SDIT0R3. WASHES', WEDNESDAY, JULY 9. Bepublican Nominations. 70R TRESIDE5T. JOHN iCJ FREMONT, - - or CALIFORNIA. " (i rORlTICS PRESIDEXT,-' WIUTAM. L; DAYTON, i OF SEW JERSEY. i i State Ticket V;OR SC7HSMR JUDOS snOKT TERM. OZIAS BOWEN, of Marion County. " TOR grritEMl JVDGl FTXL TERM. JOSIAII SCOTT, of Butler County. - ob school COMMISSIONED. AXSON SMYTH, of Franklin Ucanty. y OItMJtBItROr BOARD OTTUrXIC TCORKS. ; JOHN WADDELU of Ross County. Open Confession. Il is well known to the readers of the Trumbull Democrat, that during the pro gress of the long series of exciting and alarming outrages perpetrated upon peaceable citizens in Kansas, the columns ' of that raper, . professing lo give its readers the current news of the day, v 'might bare been searched in vain for a aingle word respecting them. On the l- '. contrary, when it has alluded to Kansas -.' at all, it has been almost invariably to I reiterate its stereotyped f...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 9 July 1856

TH E -an-l cflAPCOOD 4 M?S, Proprietors. f:l. TER3IS One Dollar and Fifty Wnt a.- adva.ce, Two Dollar, if pay neat is not made in advance. - :' -si. paper iotinted antll all arrearage are paid .cpt at the aptles f tha .siblnher. I .- RATER OF AKTEKTISIXO On square, twelve line or le. first tnsertio, $ .,110 each additional insertion....--... " '' do " an year.- '; 0 ' "" Two souares, three months...... " 4 " 'do aixajontha 7 v"i''d. ," ' ore year... IS -r aqe-fotirtk of a column, thretf nontba. ....... 6 da do aix " do 13 '!c'da do ' one year SO " ' Tranter advertisement! inserted at a reasonable rate. AiMreas Cards inserted for the Tear, at tl JM per line. ' Tl advertisements should be marked the number times to b. Inserted, .thes-wiae Scy a ill he continued ,V -.atil ordered oat .and charred for at the ahore ratea. l -j . TT'Casual advertisement to le id for when hand -a - in. i" . . JOB PRTXTTXa. r'VJ tlavin a superior assortment of Job Printing mate- : "Tint, we are prepared exe...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 9 July 1856

Variety. TRIALS OF AN EDITOR. BY KATE NEVILLE. : think, when reading th news. As editor ocold please if he chouar Bat such s paper aa this, why all nut agrwa Thai a thing of Ira (uteres they merer did ae. Bat, Etr critic, reflect er you make a noise a. That aac ban's UM-at is another man's poison ; aud, test you persi ia yonr steady denial, Yell give you a few of editor's trials ; First a pretty young ldy, sprightly and fair, ; ; With a paper to hand, values up to a chair. And hastily glancing overall that she saw, Ue throws it aside with a mattered pshaw ! IV o sasirl ages here- . I thtftk tt is nceer,- -" Whan there's ever s many, Tner don't publish any. Heres poeuy, - - and Lattlee, Sketches, . And eeiges. " And tales And lw suits, " Without ending, ' A pending. But bo picntrs, or parties, ar concerts for mo ' bach trash on paper I never did sea- . ; Then, a alee tours man, with a cane and moustache. r v ho certainly thinks be is catling a ansa Looks over the Hst or plays and soi...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 16 July 1856

PmilSHED BT nAPGOOD & ADAKS. arui block. 51 iBrrklq amilq Sournal, Druofrb ia whom. irulfiir?, literature, (Bbarafion. Xoral Sntrlligenrr, anil jt Htms of tfje fat. TERMS t ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CXUtT IU AMtVM, 1st ADVic. VOL. 40, NO 48. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1356. WHOLE NO. 2076. Poetry. [Written for the Chronicle.] ON LEAVING HARTFORD. BY CARRIE. Old IHrtford ! dear and sacred spot. Where I've spent many happy days ; Scenes which can never he forgot. Shall form the subject of my lay ; Hartford ! I prize thy ancient name, 0 may'st thou lire in deathless feme. 1 lore thee, (lartf .rd for thy worth. And honor thee for years now pone ; Ko other spot, on th s broad earth More brightly beams the san npon. Thy mansions seem a blest retreat, Where sage content has fixed her seat. And should the two-edged sword of death, Spare me to see a ripened age ; Down to the latest hour of breath. Thy name my thoughts shall still engage ; And e'en when dying, I will pr...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 16 July 1856

Mtsto gtscrhc Cjjrcnitlc. O A. AI1AMS j O.N.HAWiOOD, $ "OITOR"- WAEHEIT, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1G. Republican Nominations. FOR PRESIDENT JOHN U. FREMONT, OF CALIFOKX I V. 0B VICE PRESIDENT. WILLIAM L. IUYTOX, OF NEW JEBSEY. State Ticket FOR grrRRMB Jt DGK SHOBT TERM. OZIAS BO WEN, of Maibn Ccucty. ton sctrei'e judge fctx tkrh. JOSIAII SCOTT, of Butler County. FOR SCHOOL COMMI3SIOXEK. ANSON SMYTH, of Franklin L'canty. TOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF PCILIC WORKS. JOHN WADDELL. of Ross County. Why Don't they Expel Herbert. quertion so frequntly asked by (lie unilialcd of the Fusionists. is one which their leadeis don't feel inclined to answer. ' The accrotcf tlie matter is sim ply tbis, Herbert, the number of Con crens who killed the Irish waiter is a rabid Know Nothing. The majority in the House, where the rower to expel rests, is composed of Black Republicans and Enow Nothings. . They don't like to get up a family quar rel, while the billing and cooing is go ing on between their leader in refer en...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 16 July 1856

TH E 3Ife$iety 1eseirbc Cl-frIcl MP500D I IMBS, Proprietors. TERMS One Hollar nnd Fifty Cents, in adranct-; Two Dollars, if payment is not made la advance. ha paper t.seontlnued mntll til itmn(M are paid cept at the option of the poblnl.tr. RATES Of ADVERTISING One tqure, twelve line or lrs- first insertion, $ da each additional insertion do- sn year.. Two sqnaras, three months.. ...... do ,ix months... ...... do year.... ................ One-foorU of a column, three months da do six do ..... do do ftnemr liOnreradrertisements Inserted at a reasonable rate. Address Cards inserted for the year, at ..' per line. 1 r"AdvertiseBentj shonld le marked Ihe nni.lr of times to be inserted, otherwise tliey a ill he continued aatll ordered oat. and charted for at the above rates. Il "Casual adTertiaemenU f be paid for when hand ed la. SO 25 IK) 4 i T on is no 8 on 12 Of SO 00 JOB PRIXTINO. ' flavinf a superior assortment of Jo Printlnc mate rial, are are prepared to execute In the nest manner,...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 16 July 1856

Variety. BONNETS AND SKIRTS. BY JOHN GROWLER. Little bead and little bonnet ! Little pate and nothing on it I (One might say "with nothing in it." But that yon charm me every minute ;) Little lady dot 1 know, Why maid en let their ringlets grow ; For otherwise as bonnets go Their heads would freeze, and that is so: Little waist and monstrous fiour.ee ! How the silk sea wares and bounce I How the hooping billows quiver. Like a lovely rustling river I Oh wondrous watered-silken sea, Vhat wu.ieiones in your depth most be 1 What lots of gold all wasteful!? Squandered on you bright silken sea. SENSEOPATHY. lake the omd air The more yon take the better Follow nature laws To the very kuer- Let the doctors o To the Bay of Biscay- Let alone the Gin, The Brandy, and the Whisky. Freely exercise ; Keep voir spirits cheerful. Let no dread of sickness ll.i ke you ever fearful. Eat the s'u-i'let food, Driuk the pure cold water. Then you will be well. Or at least you oajrhtcr. r-y r ii i : .t . : t...

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