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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 10 December 1856

PPBIISHED BT HAFGOOD & AD ASSS. ISfltt BLOCK. ; VOL. 41, NO 17. SI HBrrklq amilq Journal, Druofrb WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DEC lo fmfom, iruitot litrratarr, (Bbarafion, Icral Iiitdligrnrr, anb Wjt Jbtms of EMBER 10, 1856. tl;t Dai. TERMS: OUB DOLLAR AND FIPTT CENT rim ANBUM, IB AtTiKI. WHOLE NO. 20D7. Poetry. THE DEPARTED. BY PARK BENJAMIN. . Tln-y visit us in dreams, And they glide mlvo our memories Like shadows over streams; But where tlie cheerful lights of home" Iu constant lustre burn. The defatted, the dejiarted. Can never mure return ! The good, the bra re, the beautiful. How dreamless in their sleep, Where rolls the dirge-like music, Of the ever-tussing deep! Or where the hurrying night winds Tale winter's ruin hare spread Above their narrow palaces. In the cities of the dead ! I look around and feel the awe Of one who walks alone, Ac ong the wrecks of former days. In mournful ruin atrown; I start to hear the stirring sounds Among the cypress trees. Fur ...

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. — 10 December 1856

S3ftrtt Stsnb CrMtit. O. A. ADAMS. 1 ii. N. HAPCJOOD, EDITORS. WAESEIT, WEDNESDAY. DEC 10 The Message. We g"we our readers this week, the first part of the President's message and we congratulate them that it is the last of the series of inconsistent partii an and dishonest documents which will here after be remen&ered only J cover the ' ad ministration of f ranllta Pierce with contempt. We would be very glad to be able to speak with respect if every thing which the chief magistrate of the Nation may address to the people, but the messages of Mr. Pierce ha e been so utterly ser Tile in their tone, and so transparently dishonest in their pettifogging, that it is utterly impossible for us to conceal our disgust. Take the series of messages tent to Congress duiing the four years past, and tbey carry upon their face a conviction of Mr. Pierce Cor willful and deliberate falsification of facts, for the purpose of giving aid and comfort 'o his masters, the slave drivers and slave breed...

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. — 10 December 1856

4 7 13 19 so Til K Jes.ety es'rbc Chicle niPGDOD & ioIFs, Proprietor!. TEltVS Oai-jDoiiartsnrlFlftT Tents, In dmnret Tw Oollur, if payment i not Bade in advance. So paper d,seutii;uel antil m!l asrearages art paid utyttt LQ optaea oi me Bmiiiis,er. ATM or AOVIKTTSISa 9 iiirt, twelve Httee or less, Bret insertion, $ d eaca additioaal insertion, ...-..' da sine jrcxr.. ..... ..... . - T srfaares, three ssouths. .......... ...... a six Breaths..... ....... . do year.... .......- O.efearta of a woIbbb. three Months de de eir da . d m rfo onevear. .... lngs a-tvertieesseote Inserted at a reasonable rate. ijjm n.rrf. inamnl fnr the vear. at l."0 l"r line. T-pdrrtisenta shoo Id he marked the nont'-er tiassevto ho inserted, otherwise tuey .ill !e continual atil onlered oar. and charred Tor at tn raic. Tr-pCasua' adTOrtiaeaeuU to be paid for when hand JOB HHINTIXO. n.vinv & aiitierior assortment of Joh Prlntine; mate. rial, sre are prepared to execute In the heat manner, kinds OI pla...

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. — 10 December 1856

Variety. THE MAIDEN'S RESOLUTION. Oh! 111 tel. you of a Mlo. Or fellow I have seen. "Who is neither V Lite t yellow. But is aTbcrter green ! Then Lis name it hu'tclnirming, for it. only common "Bill; And he wishes me to wed hiia. But I hardly think I wilt He has told me of a cottage. Of a cottage 'mong the trees. And don't you think the pawkey Tumbled down npon liis knees? Vhile the tears the folio wasted. Were enough ttt turn a mill; And he bogged me to accept him, "But I hardly think I will Oh, he whispered of devotion. Of devotion pure and deep. But it seemed so very silly That I nearly feel asleep; And he thinks it would be pleasant As we journey down the hill, To go hand in hand together. But 1 hardly think I will. He was here last night to see me. And he made so long a stay, I began to think the blockhead Never meant to go away. At the first I learned to hate him, And I know I hate him still. Yet he nrgoe me to have him. But I hardly think I will. I am sure I would'nt choose h...

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. — 17 December 1856

PUBLISHED BT BAPGOOD &. ADAMS. IIIUI ItOCI. TOLV 4i; KO 18. SI tJfoklq amilij fournnl, Dfuotrb WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, 'WEDNESDAY, DEC fa rrrttom, Sgwnlforc, Xitaffo, (S&nrafion, lord. SnMIigrnrr, anit i Htm of EMBER 17, 1 8 56. tfit Uaq. TERMS s ONE DOLLAR AND PIXTT CENT rsm iH, I ADVAICB. WHOLE NO. 20D8, PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Fellow citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives : - CONCLUDED. It affords me unmingled satisfaction thus to announce the peaceful condition of things in Kansas, especially consider in? the means to which it was necessary to hare recourse Tor the attainment of the end. namely, the employment of a part of the military force or the U nited States. The withdrawal of that force from the proper duty of defending the country against foreign foes or the sava ges of the fronlier, to employ it (or the suppression of domestic insurrection, is. when the exigency occurs, a matter of the most earnest solicitude. On this oc casion of imperative nece...

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. — 17 December 1856

Muitm gestrbt Crgnitlt.:Enriieaag " '" editors. C. A. ADAMS. O. N. HAPOOOD, WARSES, WEDNESDAY. DEC 17- To Attorneys at Law in Trumbull County, and Others Interested. The undersigned, publishers of the Trumbull Dem crat aud Western Reserve Chronicle, beg leave to call your alien tion to the fact that they ar almost daily called upon to publish legal and transient advertisement, fcr vbicb. they do Bot, upon the average, receive pay on more than one thirJ of tbe number published. They taeoot afford to snstnin this loss, nor do they think that it is either just, necessary, or beneficial to the public, that they should do so. They therefore will, after the first day of January next, demand pay in advance, fcr all such ad verdietnenU, and wiTl decline publishing them except apon these terns. HAPGOOD & ADAMS. WM. RITEZEL. The Kansas Quandary. admission of .Whitfield,' as dele gate from the "Territory of Kansas by the Votes of the Bach an an and Fillmore parties combined, hare shown.' b...

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. — 17 December 1856

T frl" K Wcrfcir fysflrbe' Chicle 1 IAPCCOD t ADA1S, Propritlon. TEUXSOm Dollar and Fiftr Cents, In ad va - Two Dollars if payment is not made in advance. Ka paper d.seou tinned tnlll llrmntl an psld teept at the nptiaa of the puMitbers. .ATE? OF ADVERTISINfJ u square, twelve IIm or less. first insertloB, 4 I each addili.aal InsertloB..... e. an year.. Two soatrst. threw ateuths..-.. MiX BMMllh-.-.- -- ' , 25 0M 4 00 T (to do year. -. 1 -Oae-fsMrtfc of a einmn, three months ' 22 a do .ae year.... " linger ad vwrtisemmot. Inserted at a rale. & : - - f-r tbo mr.il aiJhjBer Iibo. WAdvestleeaeau should be marked Ihc Baamer of times to ka taserted, etherwts they will be continued atil ordered aot.aad charged for at the ab.TO ratea. JTTCaaaai adrartiaoataaU ta ka paid (or wbeo hand ad ia. . """' JOB PIUNTINO. hc a anaertor aaaaaaaat ef J ok Printing ante rial, we are prepare ta execute ia the Beat auaBwr.all kinds af paia aud (aaejr Boe and Je Printing, Address Cat da, Baslneae Card, ...

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. — 17 December 1856

Variety. KEPT EVERYTHING. An old aMitUmnn in ITmo- F-ilhfT of ftnora gconetnau in uiica, tamer one m our most enterprising citizens, ones Icrrt a variet? .tone io thai ciiv. and made it a rule to have everything. He was in tbr habit of making a meimrandum of Terytbing inquired for, which was not on "hand, and ordering it immediately. In this way he collided an immense stock, which, if it did not contain a sam ple' of Terylfiing under the sun, came very near it, and coaipreheoded every thing the old gentleman Lud ever heard oL It became ly-word viih the inhabit anta f Ulica that our hero kept every thing, and bets were often made and lost odlhe Msumptioa that a -person could not . gi to his -store and enquire., for anything, without having it at once furnished hiar In the course of our friend's business ar rangements, a eburch' in th vicinity be came indebted to him in a considerable amount or Articles fee bad ordered for furnishing the .edifice. The church got along very badlj. Ther...

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. — 24 December 1856

PUBtlSHED BY BAPGOOD & ADAEIS. B Krill (LOCK. 51 SBrrklq arailq Sournal, Drnotfb la fmhmt Slgrirulto, Tilmlmt, (Btaafian, loraf Snfflligrnrr, anb fjjf JSems of ijrr Dat. TERMS: OXE E 01XAR ash rim CEXTS. rut iinw, in ADVAJCB. VOL. 41, NO 19. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24 , 1 8 56. WHOLE NO. 2099. Poetry. For the Chronicle. WAY-SIDE FLOWERS. BY EMILY J ADAMS. Although tie rough pathway of duty By thorns may be thickly oV-rgrown, Still tome fragrant blessonis of beauty Along by the way-sijf, are eUvwa. , But we oiten para by, all nnbenling Each geutle an J rtvciuue x rfuiiie; VTc gather the thtros in our sjteeding, - Aad leave all the roses to bloom. There are Buds of such kindly Affi-ction, To cheer ifc) this pathway along. Beared in hearts that sconi each direction Of SclfUhntM, Falsehood or Wrong; . And Hoxr'a snow-white blossoms are growing In the light of Lure's own sunny smile, And Pcae . Truth and Friendship are strewing Their fragrance around us the...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 24 December 1856

Mtiita $cscrfer CJrowrlt. C. A. ADAMS, G. N. HAPGOOD, i KBITOKS. vmzzes, Wednesday: dec. 2 To Attorneys at Law in Trumbull County, and Others Interested. The undersigned, publishers of the Trumbull Democrat and Wettern Reserve Chronicle, beg leare to eall yoor atten tion to the fact that they are almost daily cllcd upon to publish legal and transient adrertisemenls, for which tbey do not, pon the average, receive pay on more than one tLirJ of ihe number published They ca&feot afford to sustain this loss, nor do they think that it is either just, - necessary, Or beneficial to the public, that they should do so. They therefore will, after the first day of January next, demand pay io advance, for all such ad vertisements, and will decline publishing them except npon these teras. HAPGOOD St ADAMS. WM.RITEZEL. Threatened Slave Insurrections. The Southern papers are teeming with accounts of the detection of projected revolts among the Slaves. Daring the late political contest, these s...

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. — 24 December 1856

THE .We$.ehj eseirbe 6oi)icie I1PC95D k IB11S, Proprietor!. TEfUIS-OaelVnllaraad FlftT Oats, la avataeei Two Uotlan, it partae-it to Mt aaaae fa - a. pap- dieceaUs-Bed until all arrearage ars pals' mfU aw ptia at tae we.usnera. KATES Of ABVKTT8IQ a nun. twelve line ar Im. Ant Insertioa, t a aaek additional iaaarttoa 5 4a - wa. rear...... ......... Two sqanvrws, three atontas. . f i v Miit ha . ........ ' do ace year.... . eWtfastrtBi af tMliM. thi-aw BaOBtaa..... .... S 1 .I. 1 19 4a 4a syar..... 80 00 Linger advertieeat inserted at a reaoonabl rate. uji p.i iM,ri far tha Tear, at tlju acr hne. IT? Advertisement should be marked Ike Bomber af times I be taaarted. otberwlee they will be eonunaed atllardeeat.alehaiTe4foratthealaTerate. ITTCaiaal adverliaeaaenut be paid forwhea hand ad ia. JOB PRINTING. flaviae a aaaeriar assortment at Job Prlntiaf ante rial, w are areaarad la execute ia th beet maaaer.all Blade ef aiaia and fancy aaek and Jab rrlnuog. Address Cards, Basines Carda, Ban...

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. — 24 December 1856

Variety. RINGING THE CHANGES. BY THOMAS HOOD. A Ses Horse is a & Hone When you tee hint in the tea, - But when you ee bim in Uie bf, A Bay horse tlien is he. Of court a race-course Unt eortt, A Jrn is far tiromjine: It U a ta JJeuing sight to tea A noble pine-tree pine. If miner are all minors, then Their guardians jjt their gains All glazieii extra .pains should take To put in extra pane. A bat about a farmer's room Not long ago I knew To Jly. He caught fly. and then Flew up the chimney fine. But such a tcemt was never teem I am quite sure of that As when with sticks all hands essayed To bit the Jf a fat. "Bow do you do?" said Sail to John, "So-so," replhsd he. . "How do you do?" said John to Sail, "Sometimes tew-tew," said she. A kitchen mmd is often made To burn her fae , or broil it; A lady will do little else Than toil-it at her Unlet. Tis pun-isliment for me to pun; Tis trifling, void of worth ; So let it tass unnoticed. Like dew that's due to earth. "HIRE A CLERK." A tall...

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. — 31 December 1856

.- PttBI ISHED BT HAPGOOD &. AOAJ88. I I f Iti BLtCK VOL. 41, NO 20. 51 tBnklq umili Sournal, . ifuotrb WARREN. " TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31 , 1 8 56. io fmhm, iniltnrf, literate, (Bburafion, Xoral SiiteIHgtnrf , anb fyrJbras of iji'Saq. TERMS: ' 03TE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENT. . IU AWOM, ABVABCB. "WHOLE NO. J00O. Poetry. FOOTSTEPS OF THE ANGELS. BY LONGFELLOW. TThen the boars of day are numbered. And the voice of the night Wake the better soul that slumbered, r To a holy, cslm delight: "J Ere the evening lamps are lighted, Aad like phantoms grim and tall. Shadows from the fitful fire-light . '' Dance upon the parlor hall; - Then the forms of the departed . Enter at the open door; The beloved, the true-heatted. . Come to visit us uhoe more; - . He. the young and strung who cherished ; Koble longings tor the strife. By the roadside fell and perished, -', Wrary with, the march of life ! ' They, th - holy ones and weakly, Who the eroe of suff.-ring bore. Folded their...

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. — 31 December 1856

i Y t wM ii if i pripm virrvrnp p .nrnn? r VAtAijUiu giwivi, wvuuu. C. A, O.N ADAMS. HAPOOOD, EDIT0B8. WARRSa, WEDNESDAY. DEC 81. ' ' To Attorneys at Law in Trumbull Country, and Others Interested. I he ' nnricRiimcrl nnhlich.ra nf the & 1 r.. Tntmbull Lem cral and Western Reserve Ckronide, beg leave to call your at ten ion to the fact that they are almost daily called pou to publish legal and transient ifrHiMtnajifB - m ltl f lids W At IiaI , . pon the average, receive pay on more than ene tbirJ of the number published Thet'tanrioi afford to susUTa tLFs Toss; Jier do they think that it is either just, necessary, or beneficial to the public, that they should do so. They therefore will, after the first day of January next, demnd pay in ndvaace, for all saeb ad vertisements, and will decline publishing them (zcept opon these terms, i ; : HAPGOOD k ADAMS. Hri,DTTir,7i?r -. .. . ii oa. iiiiuiiiju. The Last Day of the Year 1856. "Tim In advance, behind him sidei hi, wings. And irmi t...

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. — 31 December 1856

X THE Mtsiftn fystfbe Soqicle 'llPCOOB t IDlis, froprittBrt. TERSIB Oar Dollar Itwel Flftr Ceata, la astvaarr Tw Dollars if paynweat U mot aaa Im a4vas.ee. H paper diseaatinusd aatit all arrears; ar P" caatlhr.aW tbe publishers. , 3 EATIS OF ADTIKTI8IK9 a Min, twelve Hon ar lea. tret Insertioa, t sack additional insertion... -.- 4 " ons ymmr.. - . Tw siwarii, thtwe aositb. J J dm ai. aaMth. ...... 00 r yaw.. ' : ' J Ove-fwarTa ef a etlnsl, thrs. areata. v d : do -six a . a. ' vw " A. ' ilitm XV tJ r..,- ,i ... M . ... .t. i.aeraed at a reaaonabl rale. a a a rM. r.r. i.Hnl for tha Tear, at tlJMper line. TT7AdTariacaMia ehoaU b marked the number at times t. a Inserted, otherwise they will be OMtinaed mil ordered sat.aad charged for at tbe above rate. TJTCaaaal adTartiaeaaBU t ka paid tor wha haad jon puiNTixa. Ravine a aaaeriar assoitmeot af Job Printing mate rial, we are prepared to axecate In tha bat niamr, all kiada ar BJaia an taacy m aaa soo rrinung Addre Cat da, Baaiaaaa Cars. B...

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. — 31 December 1856

TIOCTOR IIOOFLAND'S CELE U prated GERM AM BITTERS. Prepared by Dr. C. M. Jicum, Philadelphia. Pa. Will efiectaatly cure Liver Complaint. Iyspep$ia, Jauadios, Chront ar Kervoas Deoility. Diseases of Kidneys, aad all diseas es arising froes aisor tered Liver or stoitoach. Such as Constipation, Inward Pile. FuUncas or Blood to the Heft, Acidity of the Stosaaefc , hunt, Heart urn. Iris gust for food, Fulness or weight is the Stomach, &oar h ntctaliu u s. Sinking or Fluttering at pit of Stomach, F wtmmiug or toe Head, named nnddifficult hrsauning, Fluttering at the Beart. Choakinc of sahecsling sensa- tioa wheat a a lying posture, Ditsaess of V isioa. Dou f webs Mtore the hight, (cwr aad mil ram is ine Bead. tsrBcienee of Perspiration. Yellowness of toe Bciaaad fcyet. rain It. the Bide. Back. Chen, Limbs, sas. ScJdea Flushes of Heat. Burning in toe Flesh, Constant Imagtungs of Kvtt, and (real depression of spirits. The proprietor In calling the attention of the public to this prepara...

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. — 7 January 1857

Vr PUBLISHED BT HAFGOOD & ADAMS. llflll'lLICI. SI 5Bftklq arniIt-SonrnaI,Dfuoffb to fmhm, tinlture, li&'rato, (Sitnr atton, Icral Snfelligfnrr. trait tre 3ta of t Daq. I TERMS s i OJTE DOLLAR AA" FIFTY CE5TS. '' ru inn, a?uci, j .ITU VOL. 41, NO 21. WARREN, TTRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7 , 1857. WHOLE NO 7 Vb 01 . ' NEW-YEAR ADDRESS; NEW-YEAR ADDRESS; TO THE PATRONS OF THE WESTERN RESERVE CHRONICLE. Hat all ye food people th Caun " kere He "s comt to XT mm Too a Harrr XwTiu f Ones oreiy reek, through the year Fifty-six, Has ha tul'd off hi. neat, and JonnM bit bett fix: Ilia Mat little Satchel, hanging asog by his fide, With CHXoncLia,f i eth from the Press, veil supplied; lias be eons' to yaur dwellings to give yon a treat; Kow fire him a welcome and snch as is meet, lie brings joa the News, your Cre sides to bless, Sosoeatie and Foreign, right hot from the Press; Keligioa and Morals, and Politics too On these be has posted yon, all the year through Kow pane y...

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. — 7 January 1857

SBtsltnr Qtztxlt CjjrcnirU. O. A. ADAMS, 1 O. N. HAIKiOOD, J ZDITOB.S. WESSLSDAY. J A"- 7. To Attorneys at Law in Trumbull County, and Others Interested. Tbe undersigned, publishers of the Znrmbull Bern cr at and Western Reserve Chronicle, be leare to call your atten tioa to t1t fact that they are almost daily aflcd upon to publish lejjal and transient advertisement, fcr v.Lich they do cot, pon tha average, receive pay on more than oiw thirl of the nnmber published. They mnot afford to sustain this loss, of do theyUiink thai It is either' jatl, aeeeMry,.or beneficial to the public, that they ehoaM do so. They- therefore will, after the first day of January next, demand pay in advance, for all such ad Tertiiements, and will decline publishing them except upon these terras. " IIAPGOOD & ADAMS. VTJI. RITEZEL. The Chxiitianisicj Inflaence of Slavery. The Southern Presses have in the course of the late Presidential Campaign, frequently, and bitterly assailed the Re publicans of the N...

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. — 7 January 1857

THE Wert ehj ifcscrbc Gfyronicie ' " I1PC00D k lilFs, Proprietor. TERS OneOollar and Fifty Cents, In slra-scef Two Irollar, if payment ia not made in advance ft. paper d.eitied matil n mtTi(ef sr. paid axwpt at U .ptesa of th. pu.li.aers. KATES OF ADVERTISING as ssjaara, twelve line wr less, first Insertion, S e). aeh additional insertion. ........ . 4a one year.. ........ T w. snsASrvs, three mouths. ............ ....... Sl tS S US 4 7 . six month...... ....-. el. ar year....... - Ka-faartk af a column, thre. saonth.... ). .. ik oa ..... 4a il a anf rnr . a 0 12 0 SO 00 L.ngr advertisements Inserted at a reasonable rate. Addrwas Card inserted far the year, at SI,1 JK-r line. ft? Advertisements show Id be marked the number or tieses to be Ineertad. otherwise Siiey will he continued matil eaderea .sst.and charred for at the above rates. IQCaamal adTarliaeBienU to be paid for mora band ad iaw JOB PniXTIXO. ' Having a ewnerior asaoitment of Job Printing aula rial, sr. are prepared to e...

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. — 7 January 1857

Variety. From the Philadelphia Bulletin. HOOPS. BY A. COOPER. Hoop on barrel,, keg and pail. Hoop on boxes, tabs and bales. Are artielos indispensable But hoops as they puff out woman's dress, Uaking the woaiu look so much less. Are things most indefensible. &oops, when their sturdy clasp confines . In brown old casks, the richest wines, Are objects of admiration But hoops, as a part of woman's baggage. Are like the whoops of a painted savage. A vile abomination. ' Boops make useful, pretty toys. Fur sctire little girls and boys, But hoops on woman gentle, , Are thing to sneer at, and to scoff. Are like the whoop of a whooping-cough. Neither useful cor ornamental.' For while dear woman bones her skirts. And with a skeleton flaunts and flirts. She has so much to carry; Van finds it hard with her to talk. And harder still to sit or walk, But hardest of all to marry. For when a smitten wretch has seen. Among the lost in crinoline. The one his heart holds dearer, Oh! what a chill to...

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