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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 23 July 1856

' - ' . . . . -1 ' - ' - VOL, 40, 1T0 49. TVAEREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1856. WHOLE' NO. 2 077 o Poetry. [Written for the Chronicle.] FAREWELL TO MY SCHOLARS. Strang's sensations fill znj bosom. A I feel that ire mast put, Vinled thsa-hts of hope and sadness. t Slovly wakes in mj heart Thooeh the days to years shall lengthen, ' Letme in thy saem'ry direll, ' And in hearen seek to meet me; v . 0d be with thee tare-thee-welL ilopes. that like the stars shore as, - M7 thy lire in beauty shine, j T Gatding others home to Jesus. Ilopes like these, all, all are mine; And midst all the griif and sadness. ' Clieering thought my bosom swell, That in llcaTea all may meet me; Ood be with thee fare-thee well. Firmer, stronger, wind the tendrils ' Of affection roand my heart, - As each hoar is drawirg nearer To the one that we must part ' Blast part, perhaps to meet no more, ' ' r While in bondage here we dwe'J, : But in Hcaren all may meet me:- -God be with tbee fare-thee-...

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. — 23 July 1856

UfitititTtt rcrrftf (fiWrnnttt gvwvv agvmw ; C A O.N ADAMS, HAPGOOD, IDIT0R8. j j "WARREN, WEDNESDAY. JULY 23. Republican Nominations. FOR PRESIDENT ! JOHN C. FREMONT. I , . . . . j j j OF CALIFORNIA. - ' FOR VICE TEESIDEXT. WILLIAM L. DAYTON, OF KEW JERSEY. State Ticket MK BUr-KIMl JUDGE SIIOUT TERM. OZIAS BOWEN, of Marion County. irOR SUPREME JCDGJt FTLL TERM. JOSIAH "SCOTT, "of Butler County. TOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER. ANSON SMYTH, of Franklin Ucanty. FOR MEMBER Or BOARD OF PCILIC WORKS. JOHN WADDELL, of Ross County. Conventions for Nominating Judge of Common Pleas and Congressional Representative. resentative. The Judicial, Cosventiom of the Com- j xnon Pleas Circuit of the counties of: Portage,. Mahoning, and Trumbull, will be held at JS 'ewlon' Falls, on Tuesday, the ltth day of August next, at which place and time a Republican candidate for the' office of Common Pleas Judre!may will be put in nomination. The Congressional Convention for "the 21st District will be held at Warren...

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. — 23 July 1856

Til E nlli,StPii"l Ttd'fHV Phri"ilMP ' ' i I EAPGOOD t A D A US, Proprietors. i j l TERMS-OnepollaraBdFiftrCents,ln Two Dollars, If payment ia not, in advaace. i K. paper discontinued antil alt arrearages are paid .toeptet tie option of the publishers, j i 50 4 00 .1 ?J KATES OF ADVERTISING " One tooare. twelve lines or less, first Insertion, da - each additional insertion.......... 25 -are one rear..... ........ ow Two scares, three months.... ........... do six months........ ' r do ' - one rear................... Ce-fourta of a column, three months.... d. Z .neyea"...::::::::: is s ! Longer advertiaeinenta inserted at a reaaonahle rate. I Vt - 1 a. - I . v ' 1 8 no ' 11 Advertisements shoald e marked the number of times to be inserted, otherwise they a ill be continue & antil ordered oat , and charted for at the above rates. TtZpCasoai advertisements to be paid for when hand ed in. - JOB PIUNTINO. Harint a superior assortment of Job Prlntine mate-. rial, we are prepared to ex...

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. — 23 July 1856

Variety. FARMER'S BOY. Out in mrj temrstt : Out in every gale, Buffeting the weather, , Wind, etozn, and hail ; In the meadow nioiri.'t, In the shadowy wood ; Letting in the sunlight - Where the UI1 oaks stood. Erery flitting moment Xach skillful hand employe - Bless me ; were there ever Like fencer's boys T Thosgh the palm be callous, . Holding tast the plow. The round cheek U ruddy. And the open brow Ilea ne lines and furrowe ! Wrought hy eril hoars, l or the heart keeps wholesome, ' Trained in Nature's bowers ; .. Heal;hy, hearty pastime. The spirit never eloys ; ' Heaven Mess the manly, Honest farmer's boys ! At the merry basking. At the apple bee. How their hearts ran over 'With genial, harmless glee ; How the country maidens Blash with conscious bliss At the lore words whis;cred With a parting kiss ; Then the wi liter evenings. With their social joys 1 Bless me ! they are pleasant, Spent with farmer's boys ! LOVE AND DUCKS. Oh, I seen her out a walking I n her habit de la rue,...

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. — 30 July 1856

: " PUOHSHKD BY IIAPGOOD & ADAMS, mrnc ittcc. 3 iflrrkhj nmilij I ournal, fa Jfmhm, :ruliarf, liimte, (Btarufion, lora! SirfrUigrnrr, aa& ifje & ais of tFrr Saq. TERMS : CSD DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENT rem Agavm, in abtaucs. "VOL. 4 0, NO 50. BARREN, THUMB ULL COUNTY, OHIO, -WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1 8 56. WHOLE NO. 207 3 .- Poetry. THE FLAG OF THE FREE. BY JAMES A. RUTHVEN. :Uiel rise from your lethargy, en f the North, !-?n might from your hills and your rsllers come forth "Upt merchant aud stadent, aad strong son of toil, Aai strike for joar standard, th Flag of free SuiL Why rasty la slumber, aak ye! awake! ' Tor the right of Freemen, and Free Labor 'st at stake Arouse yel arouse ye! a brothers uuite. .Ami gird on your armsr to battle fur right. . For the sound of oppression is out on the gale, fanil iht eij uf the.srroBged One Is out in its wail; -Adrance ye, right boldly, your standard on high. And on to the uaule, to conquer sr die Thoojrii the ranks of your foemeo be numbe...

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 July 1856

r ,,,.(.. (TJirrvmr Ir. rrit vv v, C. A. AT..:!S. ti. N. HAWiOOD, ED I T0C8. VTAH2ZK, YTEDNLSDAY. JULY SO Eepubhcap KcraiaatiGES. . - rOR; TEES1DEXT JpUM 0. FJJEMONT. v- OF I AI.IFOK.MA. .' , - - V . for vice r?:t:?ii)OT. WILLIAM L. DAYTON, OF &EW JERSEY. f - - -State Ticket, v . . ra-?i;rnnMS jlikje short term. OZ1AS CO WEN, of Mair.n County. FOR Srt'UKVK 7l I'JE FT"LL TI'.RM. JTFSIAH FCCfTT, of Duller " County. FtiK SCHOOL COMMISSIONER A,XSO, SMVXU, of Franklin Ccanty. for jiembergf board of it'ilic works. JOHN WAD DELL, of Ross County. Mts! ! . Conventions for Nominating Judge of Common Pleas and Congressional Representative. rosenfalive. JThe Jcmcial Coxvestios of the Com mon' Pleas Circuit of fhe counties of Portal, Mahoning, end Trumbull, will be held at Jew'o Fells, on Tuesdav, "le 12th xlay of August next, at which place and time a Republican candidate or llic office of Common Pleas Judge will be put i nomination. ;Tlie3 CosoRESsrosAL Convektios for ihe 2 1st District wi...

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 July 1856

A(iieFC5eH)e Calcic - iiTKOilft ":1MSS, , rror?ic!c. TEKMS Onclnariina Fiftr CrRtN.ln ndrMorv, Twu Dollars, it' payment is nut made in advauco. - - . ' Mo peaier diseowtumod until all arrrarnes art paid tee) a Ike option of the auiilislicrs. -. . . . : RATKS OP AfcVBRTllrlMl One mmtnln tines or It, first Insertion, f .50 .- do - each additional insertion. . do 'nyw ............. : Tw. epura, three B.onlhs -- 4 VI lis - six raoulhs. - ? X1 d - '' db tw WW Ce fourth of ft column, three lmmUs. P Ml 4. do six no -...v I? ' i. - -do one year S" l.ntiirc advertisements inserted at a reasonable rait. asHrvM Cards ineertorl far the vesr. at f I.w per line. vfi1 Advertisements should Ik mark.fl ilie tuimier f I ttsaes to he laaurteu. .tkcr. ise liicy w ill he continued j aMtl ordere. on! .mad charged for at tlie aliove rat-. RTCasnal advertiaetacuts tetie iiii fur abru baud 4 ia. ' JOH PHINTIKO. nTiny a superior assoitment of Job Printine mate rial, we are preared to execute tn the hest mnoe...

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 July 1856

Variety. THE FINE OLD FOSSIL BACHELOR. I'll siaf, job a flue, id ballad, made by a tine .Id pate. Of a On. .Id fossil bsudisior- tac ..ugtifaee candidate Whs U tit White House wished is dwell but u lie had nosaata. The paopU thought, for aaa lone us, the mansion m too (rent . For the tat aid touil bachelor, Wfca was put up too late. This ma old bail bachelor to anything would swear. And, If the party told him to, woald To that round waa aquare; And to hit principles ni tatae, and chanceful as the air. But faithful to ambition for the Presidential chair. Like a fine old fossil bachelor. Who mn t.ctn get there. Tor while the fossil bachelor abode 'neath other skies. The vandals of bis cliqae tore duwn a solemn compro- Aad built a structure blaci and foul in all the peo ple' eye. And placed a platform cn its top, that iras made up of liesl Where the fine old fossil bachelor , alight stand and show his sixe. And tiie fine old fossil bachelor was to the platform led, ' And thea they plac...

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 August 1856

' hapgooTja 51 SBrrklq nrailij Journal, Ucuoirii ia mbora, Slgrirulturf, Xtferafure, 6imrafion. Xoral Siifdligcnrr. onb tfi? -Sta cf tl; Dai. 0NEffilr"CSNT. VOL. 40, NO 51. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1S56. WHOLE NO. 2079..' Poetry. [From the National Era.] PASS OF THE SIERRA. AH nigW above their rocky bed Thrj s the stars march sk ; The wild Sierra oTerbeaJ, The desert's death below. The Indian from hit lodge oT bark. The gray hear from hia den. Beyond their camp tire's irall of dark,? Glared in the mountain men. Still upward turned, with anxious strain. Their leader'! sleepless eye. Where splinters of the mountain chain Stood back against the sky- The night waned slow : at last, a glow, A gleam of sudden fire. Shot up behind the walls of snow. And tipped each icy spire. rp men P he cried ; " yon rocky comb. To-day, vlcase Go, we'll pais. ' And look from Winter's frozen home On Summer's flowers and grass ! ' They set their faces to the blast. They trod th' e...

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 August 1856

tsfrrn cstrbe Clircnirlt. EDITORS. C. A. ADAMS, O. N. HAWJOOD, WAEEEX, "V7ED5ESDAY. AUGUST 6 Eepublican Nominations. FOR PRESIDENT JOHN 0, FREMONT, OP CALIFOKMA. FOB VICE PRESIDENT. WILLIAM L. DAYTOX, OF NEW JERSEY. State Ticket WR Bfl'REME JUDGE SHORT TERM. OZIAS BO WEN, of Mainn County. TOR EUPREMK J I'DtiE FULL TERM. JOSIAH SCOTT, of Butler County. FOR FC1IXL COMMISSIONER ANSON SMYTU, orFranllin Ccanty. FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF ITILIC WORKS. JOHN WAD DELL, of Ross County. REPUBLICAN COUNTY Nominating Convention. The Republicans of Trumbull County re requested to meet by Deb gites, in Convention, at Warren, ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13TII, to nominate candidates to be su;pirjed ai the coming S:ate election, in Octolier, for the following offices: Auditor, Com- missioner and Infirmary Director. The basis of representation, as fixed by Convention of IS52, is one Delegate for each township in the County, anJ one additional for each 40 voles cast for Chase at the last election, and one for e...

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 August 1856

THE Mesftts) esttbc 6.ifr5..cie H1PC00D t iDlUS, Proprietors TERMS One Dollarand Fiftr Cents, In advance I Two Dollar?, il" payment Is not made la advance. Ko pipw discontinued nntil ll arrearages !'" roeptst the option of the publishers. KATES 0? ADVERTISING OBire,telTellnMorleM-"'1'rti,'" 52 cHMitionluieru..T." do one year.. Two squares, throe ajonths do Oi O 7r - Owe fourth of eolomn, three snnuUia 4. do six do ..... i do aneTear. -.... 6 4 ( 1 Ou is on s mi 19 M so CO IoreradTertisesBeiits inserted at a reasonable rate. iMrfM Cards inserted for the year. l 81 ' I UyAdrertisessents should be saarke.1 Hie nomher of timet to bo internal, otherwise they ill he continued Bntil ordered out .and charred for at the above rat-J. TTPCasuai advertisements to be paid for when hand od la. JOB PIUXTINO. Ravin a aanerior assortment of Job Printing mate rial, we are prepared to execute in the best manner, all kladi or plain and fancy kok ana j Add mi Cat da. Certificate. Labels, Hasines Cards, ...

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 August 1856

Variety. LOVE OF A BONNET. BY MRS. H. E. AREY. Oh. It cost a ha mi red dollars. And it ra the sweetest thing ! Ferrfacd aboye uneen of collars. Tied with vast expanse of string. And the fringe weighed twenty ounces. Bound her aiantle short and cool, An4 her silk brocade with flounces. filled the pew superbly full ! Dsictjr gloTes. and "kerchief broi.lered, la her psalm book kept the stops ; AU the things she wore were ordeied from Uae Irst Farisiac shop. Bat the hundred dollar bonnet I That's the gees I wish lo paint : Such a shower of things were on It, Tvas enough to erase a saint. Oh I I could not beer a word of What the pious pastor said For the shapes and " shines" unheard of That were floating round her head 1 Bands, and plumes, and Bowers, and laces. Fancies more than you could name ; And "they say Miss Dorsey's cases Boast a dozen "just the same. How I wonder who will wear them I If the pastor seeks to teach By his texts he weD inay spare them lis the suLLixKH that preach I ...

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 August 1856

' PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD & ADAMS. k arm iiecii TOL. .4 0, NO 5 2. SI Iflffklij amiltj-Sournallruotfb WARREN, io rrAom,"iruItiirf, Xforato, (SiUiration, lord TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, Sntrlligrnrr, - anb l)t 3lfui3.of AUGUST T3, 1856. Uaij. 1 '"TERMS r J Ons DOLLAE AND riFTT CENT J r una, iduici. WHOLE NO. j 2 03 0 Poetry. [From the Portage County Democrat.] THE HOMESTEAD. THE HOMESTEAD. BY MINA SKIFF. ll heart bM gone ft Majing this glorious gammer dj Across the brad prmlries,t the Samestead quint and . It eaten with the tqpft wih3 the bpea kitchen door, Asd rest beside the auiioeut that paints the oaken BeOTr: There the SwSw rean its settlings beneath the mos-J-. ;y ear, ., . And fiits io joy and gladoeu among the locust h-STes; There above the budding orchard, and the nook where berries grow, Etands ths sentry poplar, watching and guarding all ?7 below.- ACs? the hisls are aleepinga.Il Trapped in dreams' haze; The soft tooth-vest is kissing eaeb blade of gleaming Gay tnn...

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 August 1856

Mtslixn gtsrrh (fcnnritk O.A. ADAMS, I O.T. HAPCJOOD, EDITORS. WASEES, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13 Bepublioan Nominations. FOR PRESIDENT JOHN G. FREMONT, TOR VICE PRESIDEXT. WILLIAM L. DAYTON, OF SEW JERSEY. State Ticket. tOK SCTREMB JCDOK SHORT TERM. OZIAS BOWEN, of Marion County 'tor supreme judge full term. JOSIAH SCOTT, of Butler County - for scnooL commissioner- ANSON SMYTH, of Frantlin County. TOR MEMBER Of BOARD OF PUILIO WORKS. JOHN WADDELL, of Ross County. The Late Elections. The result of the elections, so far as heard, is such as to fill with joy the heart of every freeman. In Iowa the triumph of Republicanism has been greater than we had dared to expect, for scarcely a State in the North did the Democrats claim with more assurance than they did Iowa. Sufficient returns .have been re ceived to warrant the assertion that the State will give from 5000 to 8000 ma jority for freedom, which will doubtless be doubled in November. Of the two Congressmen, one is elected in place of Repu...

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 August 1856

-Til E IIPCCQS t 1B11S, Proprietor!. TPRXH Oiw TVollar anil Fifty Cents, i m4rmcef Two Dollars, if payment is mot waste la siavaisce. Ko paper diswootlnued ant II all arrears fe ars paid aaaat at th option the paolishers. ,'. . 'rates OF ADVERTISING -Om qsurc.twelY line ar let. first Insertion, a - each additional ioaeriiao '4a aae year....... t.... Twa eaajaraa, thra atoalfc-- e aix mourn. 4a - ana year.-. - 0e-eartk t a soluma, three snonth s). 4a aix da j ao .nevear.... ts IS M as oo , . ulMrtleeeaenU inserted at a reasonable rata. AWraM Oardi inserted for tlie year.at l,ntl per lioat cJtrSI: eoTte. antil ordorwd eat. and charged tor at tneaoore r. iLj-va MraucU- . ad la. " JOB PUUSTTIXO. a i . iurtin.rt of Job Printin: rial, ar prepared to execute ta the heat Banner, all kinds of ptaia and laacy book ana - wn 1 '"""ip Address Cat da,' llaaine Cards, Beak Checks, Bill of Lad ln(. Ball Tickets, Certificates, Labels, Check Book. Manifests, Colored Printing, Sole. Drafts. Programme,...

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 August 1856

Variety. LIFE'S A RAILROAD. life's a railroad ! hurry ou ' T 'Always k-p agoing ; ' -..Ncrer abjfi to look at Aowits ' , '. ' . By tlie way -61 Je gruvnugi ' ' ' r JTever think of anything - .' ; ' - B;it your pmnait fcurry; , 1 ' '-. ,. ' 'VVJ.at if you should lose a train l - - TVuuWn't yon be Borry? ' . "; Eliot's the use of ,ig!iiDjr ' , ' J-r After Iffstuty, lying s J- Kulf Wp loatth Utc trvts . I ' Where the winds r Jyiug ' ' ""' " ' 'Wkcr through windiDg oattlo-iatUsj, Crvp the lasy hou; . r " And the slow-paced seasons walk ' O'er tie odcoescUto flowers. , - I. Beauiy-chAnya with the times . Once she closed & shelter , 'P' IS tb shaded solitudes,. - ' Lest the aun might melt herj . v "5 ' StroniT breathed, she &isli on, T How from town to city; la a hjoomoUve shape, '" - Nothing half so pretty. ' Life was once a trodden path, 'Where the traw-hTS, cheery, " Spoke to all they chanced to meet, -a Or vould rest if weary; . v. R-st is now quite obsolete ' Sips of slumber ...

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 August 1856

SI Wnl araili Sournal, Dtaotfb to ftnhm, Slgrirulturf, Xitfruture, (Gtoration, Xaral Sutrlligmrr, anb ifie of )t Dai. TERMS: ONZ DOLLAR AND FITTT CENT r ahrom, i aotaucc. PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD &. ADAMS. B HriE BLOCK. VOL. 41, NO 1. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1 3 56. WHOLE NO. 05t. Poetry. From the National Era. FREMONT. . All lull to Fremont ! Swell the loftj sclaia - Like wlstli from the MlHifci, bke pririe i Once more the Pmthflnder U forth on hwlmnt; Clear tlie y for Free Soil, for Free Men and Fremont! Well spurn erery fetter, x"U break every rod. And Kansa f hall blaon like the Garden of God, When we plant the white hanaer of Freedom npon H, And cry, "To the reene. Free Men and Sremont I" Oh ! the land that we lore shall he sacred from slaves. From -the tyrant's misrule and &e plunder of kcaves ; Well paptise the Union in Liberty's font. And the faith of our fathers shall live with Fremont! So, crave mountain climber, lead ns on in the path Wher...

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 August 1856

ffiQt.U t Tt ' i ,AUSCrbC 8r01UClC - I, A. A n i w C. A. ADAMS. . X. HAPOOQP. t WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20 Eepublican Nominations. FOR FRESIDEXT JOHN C. FREMONT, OP CAXIFOKX1A. POR VICE TRESIDEXT. WILLIAM L. DAYTON, OP EV JERSEY. State Ticket FOR 31TRKME JUDGE EilOKT TEP.M. OZIAS EOWEN, of Marion County. - for srpRisn jcDfiE rrxt, term. JOSIAII SCOTT, of Butler County. rOK SCHOOL CiM.MISIOXEV ANSON SMYTH,, or Franklin Ccanty. FOR MEUTKR OF BOARD OK PriLIC WORKS. JOHN WADDELL. of Ross County. TOR COSGKKtf?, . JOSHUA 11. GIDDINGS. judge or common fleas. BENJAMIN F. HOFFMAN. County Ticket. FOR AUDITOR, CHARLES 11. HUNT. POR C0SIMI9SI0NBR. ' BEVAN P. JAMESON. FOB, INFIRMARY DIRKCTOB, RICHARD IDDINGS. 'A, Grand Fremont Rally. . There will be a mighty gathering of the hosts of Freedom, at NELSON LEDGE, On Wednesday, Sept 3d. r II m requested that the people assem ble at as early hour as possible, and bring their provision, and have a regular Pic-Xic Convention. Hon. 13- IP. -X7VD13, And other d...

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 August 1856

... ' THE Wesfsh) esflrbc 6fyfro..c.e l.' BJPCOOD & IdIFs, Proprietor. TERMS One Dollarand Flftr Cents in advance Two Dollars, if payment i not tamie in advance. So paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid rcept at the option of the pulill-Vrs- ; RATXS 0? ADVERTISING ' One square, twelve lines or less. flrt insertion, $ SO do. . , eaca additional insertion. .do ' one ycr ..- 6 rv Two squares, three months ............. 4 t-fl da six months.. " do or.e .ear Oaa-foorth of a cciuuui, three months... fi da do six do IS m A . An AmtrMr ...... 0 W Longer advertisements inserted at a reasonable rate. I Address Cards inserted for the rear, at 81,l per line, i IJjAdvertiseuents should be marked the number of limes to oe tnaenea, ouierwisc mey ni antil ordered ont.and chanced for at the above rates. TTTasual advertisements to be paid for when hand ea in. JOB P11IXTIXO. ITavinr a superior assoitment of J oh Printing mate rial, re are prearel to execute in thr best manner, all kinds...

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 August 1856

Variety. POETIC PEARLS. The Philadelphia Saturday BuUetim gives the folloiring poetic pearli there are some sharp ata in them : NO. I. ThU difference tvizt a pedagogue And an engineer, we find. The one doth ewer mind the trains. And the other trains the mind, NO. II. If you've never been on the ocean, And yet would see a black squall. Then look at a nigger baby When the baby begins to squalL NO. III. Vihy is ye new French baby. Like ye taile of a herring, so flat ? B. amnrrrelh. Because it's ye last of the Bony -parts : .4. rxdatmWt. I prithee take my hat ! WHICH WAS FIRST? IUNOKAMrg. Whether was first, the Egg or the Hen ? Tell me, I pray you, ye learned men. FIRST SCRIBE. The Hen was first, or where the Etrg ? Give us no more of your doubts, I beg. SECOND SCRIBE. The Egg was first, or whence the Uen 7 ( Tell me how it could come, and hen. IGNORAMUS. A fig for your learning, 'tis fudge, I vow ! If you can settle this question now. So tell me, I pray you, ye learned men. Whether was...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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