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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 5 November 1856

-rv PCBUSHED BT H&PGOOD & ADAMS. . S IfUI (LOCK. VOL. 41, NO 12. 51 SJftklq arailq Sournal, Draotrb la WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, rrtbam, Slgrirulfarr, ITifcrnfarf. (Btaraiion, lord Intelligent, anit tjfi BCbms of WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1856. ijjt Dai. OnB DOLLAR AND riTTT CEJffT ru una, i abtaicb. WHOLE NO. 2 092. Poetry. THE PASS OF DEATH. It tu a Barrow pus. Watered with Imman tears, . lor death h ia kept the oater cats Almost ail thooaaad years. And the ceaseless I read of a world's feet , Was tver ia saj ears Thraosioc. jostlins;. hurryiaj by. Am If they were ocly bora to die. ' A stately king- drew near. This narrow pass to tread, 'Arosnd Bin hong a gorgeous robs. And a crowa was on his bead; -. Bat Beach, with a look of withering scorn, ' Arrested hia and said 1 "In hoojbler dress nut the king- draw near, for the crown and the pernio are useless hers." - Bex came a man of wealth, - - And his eye was proud and bold. And he bore ia his hand a lengthy scroll. Telling...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 5 November 1856

Witsltui Qtstxlt tyxmtlt. C. A. ADAMS, O. N. HAPOOOD, EDI TO B 8. WARREJf, WEDNESDAY. KOV. 3. Voting. This dy, (Tuesly,) mt lliis moment, liile we. are writing, the votes are be Ing cist which will determine tbe qrjes t'onof wlro shall occupy the Presidential chair for the next four years, in whose hands sbail be the disjKwal of the im mense" executive patronage of this gor ernirent, whether Kansas, a territory as large as New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio combiued, (.hall be a frve State, amfrrhether slavery thai! be (he guiding: power in these United States for another foiy: jrears. All of our Presi lential elections have been impornut, because they determined the policy of oar government, boih for eign and domestic fur a Presidential term, and sont-titnes lor a much longer period; bit when compared in importance wi;h t'i'u present election, they sink into in significance. It is a common thing to hear public rpeakes on the eve of any and s.H Jectie', say that ti important crisis was...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 5 November 1856

THE (icsfci-j) 1csiPbe Soqiclc EAK003 & 1D111S, Proprietors. !TERMS OneDollarand Fifty Cents, in advance Two Dollars, il payment is not made in advance. N paper diseotuissed until I1 arrearage ar, paid apt at t'ssofitioBSa'th publisher. BATES OP AUTBRTISITsO Oat square, twelve lines or lest. Arst insertion, $ do each additional insertion. . 'do . ,n yeur..... Two square, Uiree months 50 Si ' e on 4 00 ' M 12 IN 0 Oil 19 Ut SO Ul do - six montns do o e year.... ...... O.e fourth of a column, three monts , do do si do Jk ' rl .n. VMr. ... ..... Ins advertisements Inserted at a reasonable rate. Address Cards inserted tr the year, at l,iai pet line. TTr" Advertisements shoo Id he marked ih number. timet to he Inserted, otherwise :W a ill he continued until ordered oat. and charred for at the above rates. JT-pOMual advertisement to be paid for when band ed in. JOB PKIN'TIXO. fUrinc a superior asso-tment of Job Printing mate rial, we are prei-ared to execute in the heat manner,all kin...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 5 November 1856

Variety. [For the Chronicle.] KANSAS LAWS. BY CROAKER. "An act punish offences against Slave Property." SEC. I. Be it enacted by our noble band Of Border-Ruffian, (Bowie-knife in band,) That should sneaking Taakee from the east. Come here, and dare to uieJJle, in the joist. With any of our niggera, aud incite The darkeys to raitt our sacred right; Then, whether they be niggers black as night. Or those in trior we've mix'd little ichiie, Whether they wear the chains of SlaTery, Or hare the sad misfortune to be free. Any Missouria, happening to be here, JUay cut that Yankee's throat from ir to ear. SEC. II. Jf norttarn. vMUsi, pretending to be free, JSJtall aid 6v slares to gain their liberty. Or furnish rifle, cannon, shot, or shell, To help them send their master lck to hell. Then some good friend of order and of la v ' Around the traitors' necks the Letup shall draw. SEC. II. SEC. III. If anyTankee, in this Territory Shall circulate an bolition-story. That tends to make the happy, ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 12 November 1856

. . PUBLISHED BY ' . BAPGOOD ADAMS. till BLOC K. VOL. -41, NO 13. SI !BrrkIq amilq lournal, Druofrb WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OIIIO, to mbom, Slgrirulto, Itffrafiir?, dJitnratton, loral Snfelltprr, anb tfj 3leui5 of WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1 856. ' tjie Daq. TXUMSs ONE SO BLAB AMD nrXT OMTT - rut ASVX, IS ASVAMS. WHOLE NO. 10! :. Poetry. [For the Chronicle.] BOAT SONG. Wis en far from shore we'll drop the oar. And brefiei gent bloving. Mid light and eocg we'll float along, Xach heart with joy o'erflowlog. The asoon'e toft light, the stare so bright. The broad, bine sky above as. The dews, the breexe from flowers and trees, Aad aQ will seem to lore as. Will we will know to the feel the flow. The thrin no art can mother. Whether forgot by all or not, . . We dearly tore each other. The gliding wsto out bark shall lare. As gently rolls the billows. In moon-lit rest each hearing breast Shall be the other's pillows. As the sp'nlng lips of the flow "ret sip The falling dews of ctco. Bo ears...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 12 November 1856

Sfeta Qtsnfo Cfoaitlt. C. A. ADAMSi O. N. HAPGOOTJ; E&ITOKS. 7A113LE17, WJSStSDAY. HOY. 12. The Result. Ttjerejj nq doubt that James Buchanan u eltted 14 th Presidency, and the manneri ef his election, tlve state by whose tile e has been elected, hare remorei the last-restfe of his elains to be a t.atiooa! candidate, aid of hit rarty, to be a national party. The slave States, with -one single exception, have cast their vffia fsr him, aadilie kte. Suites, wiih two or three exceptions, have voted . against him, and in those free States in wtfclf fceTrai received a plurality' of rutes, it;waonly through the interposi tion of a third party. In not a single free State has he received a majority.- His election .could never have been ac complished by his own party alone. He owes his success to Fillmoreism in Penn sylvania. In the free States theTe has beea eteaIy and persistent evasion and c ncealment of ' the ti issue, by die leaders of the BiicLanan party, and moie than half of the v...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 12 November 1856

TU E - . ?lhstityWSetbt ZtQflM ' - 'Wwnnfl A in'VS PrnnrietnK . TERMS Ose Doiiarandrmr vents, avaacef Two Dollar, if payment is (Mate la selvamce. Ks paper diseoatiaoed until all arrearages an pt . opuoa af the subluaer. . RATES OF ADVERTISING Oat Moan, Ifeht liBe or leu. ant Insertion S do each additional insertion. s do one year.. ..-, Tw squares, three montht.,... ' da ix-m.nths......r-.... I" da are year.-.. jDaa-fearta af a Cflln ma, three swath da da aiz da . a. Aa ' onevesr..... i n e 14 M longer aovertlsem.riU Inserted at a ressousble rate. addr Carda lartd for th. yer. at I,U per 11b. . rryAdvTtlesenuthowtdbeBWkedlheBBBevof timet ta be Inserted, otherwise they will be continued antl! ardered oat. and charted for at theabaTt rates. vrCasual adrartiaementa to be paid for whea haad - JOB PRINTING. rjsving a aoBrtor aaaattateot af Jab Printing nat ,rtBi, r are prepared ta execute in the beat maouer,all kind af plaia aad fancy Book and Job Printing, . addteaaCatda, t ajaetaeee C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 12 November 1856

Variety. [From the National Intelligence.] A POETICAL DUN. Some fH;nd has us uudir n Unci cocr coj.y of the subjoins! eery ck-rr st,.! r.-ry jractical jeu UMjirrt. tuSJrrsii I y the editor of the "Moihodlsi Protestant' to Lis tU-liinjumt subscribers. We co;y the article eiu:j.!v fi the amusement of uur readers: for. S3 Mr. F.inJoli h twd to -.y of Lis wn.tit?n, we have Hie and noblest set of lcriU.T that ever l.onorc nd sustained a public journal. Tbev therefore ldy need no such ingenious Lint, but should there be found here and there an exceptional ease, he is at liberty to consider the Hiawathian -fpeal addressed to himself: . Should you ask a why thi dunning, Why these sad CimijilainU and inuraurs, Uurniurs loud about delinquents " "Who nave read the' paper weekly, Read what they Lave sever paid for, Bead with pleasure and with profit, Iy ?d f ckaach tia aad prospects, -a Bead of news both kotne and foreign,. ' : Read ts essays and the poems, Full of wisdom and instruction;- Read...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 19 November 1856

PUBLISHED BY HAFGOOD & ADAMS, rami block. 3 iflrrklq nmilq Sanrnal, Ufuotri) fa rwbom. Slgrimltarf. Itftrafarf. (Bfmration, loral Sntriligtro, anh fy 3lems of tt Dai. 1 - . TSRMS: - ' 5 ONB DOLLAR AND FIFTY CEIffT J FE AKKCJf , I ADTAHCI. VOL. 41, NO 14. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1 856. WHOLE NO. 2 09 4. Poetry. THE FOURTH OF NOVEMBER. ' Although the 4th of November is part, the ' following, which we clip from sm exchange, con tain truth and wisdom, which will be as much needed in the future, as in the past There have been days of darkness, . - Of peril and dismay, . Since the Mayflower furled her weary sails In the stormy Plymouth Bay; - But nevtr so dreary a morn rose out Of a night unblessed by a sUr, As shadows the Autumn prairies now, : . Where the Mayflower's children are. New England men in prisons, . New England men in chains, ,' For doing what their fathers did, ': On the broad Kansas plains! For loving God and Liberty, And bating foulest wr...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 19 November 1856

SStsta gtserfo tmirit. C. A. ADAMS, O. N. HAPOOOD, J IDITORS. WEDNESDAY. SOY, 19. Official Vote in Pennsylvania. Bacbannn, . 230,101 'Fremont, . 203,288 . Fillmore, lrgfct, 25,303 Maryland Official. Eacnaoan, 39.115 Fillmore, ' 47.4C2 Fillmore majority 8,347. Gain over last yr 5,645. Frewoat received in tfce wide state 281 YotesT New Jersey Official. Fillmore, -Bachana, . '- For Governor the rote Is. Newell, Rep. Alexander, Dem. 28 368 S3. 604 46.221 48.473 46,075 New Jersey Official. The Result in Illinois. After all the Egyptian voting and fig Bring, the majority for Buchanan in Il linois will be merely nominal. The of ficial votes cast for the various candi dates for President and Governor in 73 coun ies in the State stand as follows : FOR PRESIDENT. -Fremont, 75.537 . Buchanan, 75,629 Fillmore 25,429 FOR GOVERNOR. Bissel ' Richardson - Morris 86.618 75,596 12,585 A despatch from Springfield, the Cap itol of the State, dated the 1 2th, says : , Ninety-seven counties heard from of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 19 November 1856

H E Sflesiety fy$etb& Chicle HirGOOD WAHS, Proprietors. i tr.BS-OneDollaraiiid Fitly Cents, In d Turret Two LKllars, it paymt ut is uot made in narairce. -Mp4rrlLKiiil1ilfil an til all uranpi or pai -coep at to iM of the publishers. nTS or advert tsisa, tn square, twelve line or res. Brt insertion, " o each additional insertion -- ' 4 do one year Too uuarcs, three Months do oil monthi f do o-e year. tHefoarth of a column, three month! do . . do tlx do J A r. . ver.... ...... 7 00 ... 14 00 ... 8 00 ... IS 09 ... SO 00 linger alvertlsenienta Inserted at a reasonable rate. "Ad-ire. Cards inserted for the year, at 1,00 per line. r TrpAdvertisewrents ahooM be marked the nnmlier of times to bo inserted, otherwise they will he continued until ordered oat .and charged for at the aiiove rate. Trycasual adTortitemenU to be paid for when band 'ot. . .; JOB PRINTING. ( ' flavins a superior assortment of Job Printing mate 5 rial, are are prepared to execute io the best manner, all kinds of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 19 November 1856

Variety. Written for the Essex County Fair. AGRICULTURAL SONG. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. One morning of tbe fint uil Fall " ' root Adam and hia bride, SSot in the (hade of EJen'a wall '' ' But on the outer aide. They heard the air above them fused, A light step on the award. And lo! they aaw above them stand - The angel of the Lord. Behind them, smiling in the morn. Their forfeit garden lay; Before them, wild with ruck and thorn "The desert stretched away. "She, blushing in her fig-leaf suit For the chaste garb of old; He, sighing o'er his bitter fruit F or Eden's grapes of gold. ""Arise!" he said, "why look behind. When hope is all before, And patient hand and willing mind Tour loss msy yet restore! ."'I leac, with yon a j.U whose power Can make the desert glad. And call around yon fruit and flower As fair aa Eden had. "I clothe your hands with power to lift The curse from off your soil; Tour rery doom shall seem a gift. Tour loss a gain through Toil. . "Go, cheerful as yon hamming bees...

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. — 26 November 1856

PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD & ADAMS, linn i l ci. VOL. 41, NO 14. SI SJwklij arailq Sonrnal, Utaofrb WAR. REN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, fa robom, Slgrirnltare, literature, (Bburafion, loral InMigenriy anb fjp Hems of WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2 6, 1 856, fyt laq. TERMS t OZVB DOLLAR AND FIFTY CEHT rU ASSWJI, AtTilCI WHOLE NO. 2095. Poetry. [From the Ladies' Repository.] CHANGE. BY MRS. L. H. SIGOURNEY. Oisng sweeps o'er all. The ancient eolnmni quivsr; Through the rent ehasm the exulting whirl pool torn. The rifted rocks man' magic thunders shiver. And o'er the deaert stasis the wandering rote. The boned aeed to perfect blosaomi spriogeth. From ita damp bed the lilly of the lake,' The aeon o'er the land broad shadow flingeth. And song and wing the aolemn groTes awake. 'Where erst the panier'd mule went slowly creep- ing, The plodding wheel its tardy message bore. The iron-footed steeds like flune are sweeping. And thronght electric darts aom shore to shore. His last sweet lay the wan musician ...

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. — 26 November 1856

ADAMS. HAPGOOD, EDITORS. WARBE3T, WEDNESDAY. 1?0V. 2G. o. o. To Our Readers. In this world men are nutnally depen dent vpon each other. Bii one man VU wholly independent of other men. Nor is any one kind oi business indepen dent of others. Yoa look to oar paper, and others, for news of the daj, both foreign, domestic and political, for tales with which to while rwhy the winter ' evenings, reports of the markets, of - marriages, deaths, fun items, dee. We look to tou for support in vjyious wajr; for the subscription, for news to fill our homo column, for correspondence, ad vertisements, fco. Thus the dependence is mutual. We look to you for still an other species of help, and yoa can aid ns materially, and that is by assisting to increase the circulation of our p.per. This is the season of the year when clubs for different papers are made up, and a word from you to a neighbor, who is taking some city -paper, or perhaps none at all, would remind him. that a home jxrper would be, of a'...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 26 November 1856

- Til E .Werfeiri) esttbe lft...cie ; BiPGOOB & ADAXS, Proprietors. TEEMS One Dollaraad Fifty Cents, in advance Two Itoltar, if payment is not Biade la adrancc. . K. taper d-seoulinaed until all innnpi ar paid asecptatah optiwa of th, publisher. - ; BATES OF ADTSETISTXQ Oa, sowar, tweiv. line or lew. arst Insertion, $ a - .mca: additional insertion. ..... it t-: -... yv. ........... ...... . TwUfra , thrc. sn.olaa. ....... . so Si 4 00 7 00 is oo e oo 13 IK SO 00 . six asotiuis. a .n. yar-... ... OwWowrtjk af a aolaaaa, thro months a -. six aa .-- J.. - a mm TM7.... ...... Low em- advertisements insetted X a reasonable rata. Address Cards insert for thw rwar.at fl,0v per Una. Trp Advertisements sheatd b marked lbs number of Um to ka Inserted, otherwise they will bo continued ajKilardetadaal.andeaarieedforottheabOTerates. 7Casual advarUsesnaats to be paid for when band ad la. - . JOB PRINTING. flavins? a superior assortment of Job Printiag mate rial, we are prepared to execute ia...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 26 November 1856

Variety. AN AGRICULTURAL ODE. BY WM. C. BRYANT. Far back in age. - The plowirith wreath Via crownad. The bauds of king and sage Entwine tlie'chapkta round. Till rhen of lpoil DisJaineJ the toil By which the world was nenruhed. And blood and pillisge were the toil In which their laurels flooriahed. Kow the world her faults deapaira The guilt that stains her story, And weeps her crimes amid the carea That formed her earliest glory. The throne shall crumble. The diadem shall wane, The tribes of earth shall humble The pride of those who reign; -And war shall lay Hit pomp away; The fame that heroes cherish. The glory earned in deadly fray Shall fade, decay and perinh. Honor waiU o'er all the earth. Through endless generations The art that call the harvest forth, Aad feeds th' expectant nations. DODGING A DUN. , . OOtne Can SCent a dun at anj distance. i t j er . i and tan dodge hi in effectively. It is ltnack acquired by lore experience. Jot the dun, ilOW ever, by hU experience, be- , , ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 3 December 1856

- '.- PFBIISHKD BY HAFGOOD &, ADAMS. b inn lioci. YOL. 41, NO 16. SI Htoklq nrailq Sanrnal. Drnotrb to WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DEC fmhm, ifnltarf, literature, (Bburaftan, Bral Snfriligwrr, anh fjft firms of EMBER 3 , 1 8 56. tjft Daq. 1 J TERMS: ONE DOLLAR AND TITTY CBNT ' rxs linili IX ABVAICS. WHOLE NO. 2 096; Poetry. The letter accompanying ie uum c---.m srhick w (in below, Is too good to be iMi, there tore poblUh both Em. OBERLIN, November 9th, 1856. . ' Gmum EBrroxK Xov that Ie time, ud icra It a pleasase, I pen yoa a rhyme. In which, though jaa'd tnJ thinf "prettx" or "new," yoa msjr 1 word that's substantially true. I'm aot, as yoa know, kit klj blast tjr the Uase; o if with this article, just what yoa ehooee. Too may. if J on like, iu nneTen Bss lere!, or, Jnt ai H i. let it r. to the Dfif or F.rm Croo ,r 1 m rther "" ,n W bamoeu, especially srttlng of type ) Bat. if yoa Vf like it, please tear it or barn it; or, what would be bet ter, enclose and retur...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 3 December 1856

tsltnr JRtsirh &lmut. C. A. ADAMS. O. N. HAH JOOD. IIITOII. WARSEJf, WED1TE3DAY. DEC 8. Wool and Sugar. Wool is a proinet of the northern, and middle, or free States; Sugar, of the onthern, or slave Slates. A the ad ministration pary professes to be a na tional party, it will be well to investigate ita acts relative to tbese two products f , the two different sections of this Union. and see how its acts tally with its profes sion. 1 he mam question dividing the two great political parties, (freedom in the territories,) has been warmly and fully discussed in all its political and moral bearings, and now it would be well perhaps to examine in what manner the pecuniary interests of the citizens of the free States are affected by the acts of the pro slavery or Pierce and Buchanan par y, which has had in its hands, the con trol of the government for the last four years, and under other names, though the same party, a majority in the two bouses of Congress, with the exception of a sin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 3 December 1856

, . THE , I1PS0DD I lBiSS, 1rpritton. TESH8-eDolit.rMt. Fiftr Cents, ia Two Dollar, if parncBt Is "of saw Im dce. paper discontinued mntll all umntl ara wald HHt t lae tpuH VI we pwiuacn. KITES Of AUVBRTISrSQ as Hurt, twelve linet or lew. (rat iaeertloB, t 4 7 19 e 19 90 4a each additional insertion. da year. tn aqaaree, threa months 4a six nssBths......------ 4a aca year.... Owfcutk ( a column, tares months. -4a 4a si 4a . j -i . . . . Longer ad vertisemenU insertodal a readable rate. . j . i. i..t i th. vaar.attl.0U per line. !- Advertisements ehoald be arked ' Bomber tlaSf be inserted, otaerwise they will be continued 1 j j ,kid for at the above rates. jT7Canal adrerusemenu ta be paid for waea hand 4 la. - JOB PRINTIXO. . ntmriar assortment af Job Printing ante rlaJ, we are prepared to execute la the beat manner, a kinds af plain an fancy noaa nau o rnnnu, "address Catda, Certificates, Labela, Baalneaa Cards, Check Books, manifests. Bank Checks, Colored Printing. Hotee. Bills ,r ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 3 December 1856

Variety. BYEAND-BYE. Twer I a little mlschif f-tnaUnf El&n, vbo U ever tlgh. Thwarting erery undertaking. And hit name is "By e-aod-Br,. What we onght to do this minute, Win be better done. he'll cry. If to-morrow we be$in it Tut It off" says -Bye-and-Bye."" Those who heed his treacherous wooing. Will his Citte'ers guidance roe. What sre always put off doing, Clearly, we shall never do. Wo shall reaeh what we endeavor If on -Xow" we more rely; But unto the realms of "Never. Leads the pilot "Bye-and-Bye." TOO LATE I STAYED. Too late I stayed -forgiT, the crime; Unheeded flew the hours; Bow noiseless falls the toot of Time That only treads on flowers. What eye with clear account remarks The ebbing of the glass. When all its sands are diamond sparks That dasxle as they pass. Oh! who to sober measurement Time's bapy swiftness brings. When birds of paradise bare lent Their plumage for his wiugs I GETTING USED TO IT. "Somewhere about here," writes a Southern correspondent, "lives a sm...

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