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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 14 January 1857

0Sk , & IBfrklt arailq Stand, Dniotri) ia mb'ora, 'Slgrirulturr, Xifernfurr, duration, loral SafrlHgenrr, anit tf?e -firms of tfe Daq. i0OTD0H.5lESTS', i ..... y Y ...... . . - . . . VOL;. 41, NO 22. . ... WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1857. WHOLE-NO. 2102." GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE TO THE FIFTY-SECOND GEN'AL ASSEMBLY OF OHIO, At the Adjourned Session. commencing Jan, 5. '57. Fellow Citizens of the Senate. ' ' ' and of the Huute of Ripre$trlHi9ft: I -welcome you. with' great pleasure, to the 6rst session of the General Assem bly in tlie New"Sue Houe. ; in siro plicjty v.f Design, ia harmony of 'Proportions, nd in massive solidity of structure, it stands, and may it long stand, a monument mid a .symbol of the dear Faith, the well ordered Institutions, and the endurii.g Greatness of the Peo ple whose Mouse it is. The year which has just closed, has been marked by the steady advance of th great Slate, whose interests, for the present, have been conSded to our care, iu...

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. — 14 January 1857

atett receipts as retairaed lit the Auditor of luu $333 40(83 ZHs aareesucuts for r?peiriBf : ouoenaurolenee. etc I01.409S Hi ! taimalodaaaouBt paid hat asat f property c tardea ! Un y'r... t"33 JV, I Mating antu expenses ef loir-tt. ....... !S.S3t 44 thvwias; a surplos of receipt ever the c era-eat axptmiiteres of......... a,... $2,-99 S I is the opinion of the BwJ that, Bjtwithstanding 11 ociavorbl results wf U past year, lite Cn!s cannot fail, under a synteni of energetic and econom ical management, to yield a very consid erable ne t revenue to the Slate. I re spectfully coratfroi their reasons in sup port of this opiaios. aai the several sug gestions of their K-port, to your favora ble consideration. The Report of the Directors of the Pen itentiary presents a clrai account of tbe condition of that institution. It is grat- " 0'"? lo Cnd that the w oiling of the act ot April 8. 1859. concerning the .Peahen liary, has folfiiled, in must re spects, your judicious and benevolent in 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. — 14 January 1857

T H K- Wes.cfr) IJesbe Chicle : liPl'OOD I iDUS, PropricUix TCR9K-OM DtHrnJ Fin Cent, I Zrrll I-..IS..- W ...,..,.. u anl asmvmnrcwa, - - - r - ssa.aVr, in advance. 7. paprr d,e.iitioued auitll all arrearage are paid aewntat tax option rf tbo pnMn'-cra. . RATF.S Of ADVERTISING m oqvjire, tarerv Itwe. or Ira, trot insertion, d each addisi! iirserrioa. ..-. a a ooe rear. ...........---- .... Tnanjaarco), three mo.in.. sag ma at ha. ...-- do ' " - year. -- - One fowrta of a Balaam, dire Baonths.-.--do 4 nix d. IS IK SO no; . I.. .. it. .1- i i,i. Inarrted at a roaaooahlo rate. I ltZ. !rliia iJZrnmd toTlbTmr. at ijhm per line, . T.ri.SWra7jdi,. of IJ2 inlS r TwTarS lm h. cnUMoi ! .i i a u ebarwed for at the above rates. rTCaaBal advwniavomnu to be paid for when hand ed In. JOB 1' I U N'T INTO. Slaving a enrrior aaaotment of Job Printing mate rial, we are nrenared U execute In the beet annner.ail fciada of plain and rancv Book and Job PriaUng, Addreaa Cat da. CertSRcatea, I-ahela. Rawine...

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. — 14 January 1857

For the Farmer. CHINESE SUGAR CANE The fjllow iuc e .'mmuAicaiioTi from .Ji Patent Office will be rpad tviili iuicrest, "everything now-a-days, which con- ctm h'm flewly introduced agricultural product, excites attention: J tJNiTKD States Patejtt Office. ) r December 10, 1 858. ) 9 This new plant seems to he destined to take an important position among our economical products. Its seeds were spnt, some i years ago, f om north of . China, by M. tie Montigny, to the Geo graphical Society of Paris. From the cursory culmination of a small field of it, growing at Verrierps, in France, in the tautumn of 1634, M. D. J.' Browne, then on a mission from this office fir colliding agricultural ir.f irmation and product was led to ii.f-r that, from :he peculiarity of the climate in which it was growing, and its io$emhluncc in appearance and habit to Indian corn, it would flourish in -ny region he rever that plant would thrive. - Frcm this source he obtained some 200 pounds of the seed, which was...

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. — 21 January 1857

.' . - n HV? H18- 1 SSrrkli ; uraih Soarna!, Deaofrb to mbom, 'irultarf, lifwaforr, (Bburafion, loral Sntdligrnrr, anb tjrr Hems of tjje Daq. . J000,.? " ; T ev.-J VOL. 4 1, NO 23. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21 , 1 8 57. WHOLE NO -1103. Poetry. From the London Punch THE NIGHTINGALE'S RETURN. The following linn are redolent wf tree poetry sua per a aesereco1 trP-ate to tlte C1iritiaa bcrviue of the - fiinn itttI Fi-tit- fT ni ir itost 1 tested things rate .ilontlr. and silently depart - Keise-ess atels spriagHiaea on I be year, and cuaaf-rt " " " o the '.-art: And still, and light, and gentle, like a dev. the rata . :. .- - To quiekea ere4 ia farrow, and bloesoat on the tree. Rile ha. ru foaming rapid., fnsliett from aiountain . . Shows; Bat whre itt etreaei nreeds fruitfnlnut, serene and t-' lm It love; . And whea he over-fcriae, to cheer hi fcafak aa either . - sMe. - ' Toa aearee can stark (a gradual, the welling! of hie .t .---iUt. ... The wince of aisels w...

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. — 21 January 1857

GJtsta estrbt Cjrroitirlt. O. A. ADAMS, O. N. HAPGOOD, I IDIT4R8. WA&LEH, WEBSESDAY. J IS- 21 To Attorneys at Law in Trumbull County, and Others Interested. TTr widersigned, publishers of the TrumluU Dem crat and Western Reserve Chronicle, beg leave to eall tom alien lion to the fact that they are almost daily -called upon to publish legal aad transient mdvertisementa, fcr which they do not, vpoB the average, -receive pay on more thai one third of the number published. They cannot afford 1 sustain thw loss, aor do they think that it is dtherjust. ry, or TreneEcial to the pfoTflic, T.houM do so. They therefore Necessary, that they should do so. They will, after the first day of January next, demand pay in advance, 'for all such ad vertUemenle, and will decline publishing Ibesa these terms. HAPGOOD & ADAMS. WM. RITEZEL. Another Triumph. W hen triumph tome, tkey come ncrt singly, Bat in companies.' " The eTeetiorf of Srraon Cameron, the "Republican candidate, on the first bal l...

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. — 21 January 1857

I1FCC0B I AB1SS, Proprietcrt. TERMS OatIoMHrd Fifty Oats la a.aaaf Two Dollars, if payment is uot aaast ta Ne paper diseentiuaed Mil all arrears, ss Pid Sscwwt at ins tpuu m tae pw.nst.era. ' ' KATES Off ADVERTISIS- a Hjun, twelve Use ar lees, ftnt Insert!, de eacsaddjtioasd iasertiea. -- 4 mtmt ritr a w tn BiSirn, three months... 4 e . dft iiT MMkl ......... ' "O a. aaa v a . . ..... .. 19 00 I " " 4e . .a year. - u tmrmr .il.nil.r -unfa Inserted at a returnable rate. Addrees Card inserted for the year, at fJi,M pw Ha. TnAdveftleaeat should b. Barked the number of time a aa mawi, "ukwi" r - atil avdered ewt.aad charged lor at we aoove vate. IQCaaal edvertieomenu ta be paid tor when hand m la. . . JOB PRINTIXG. arias a saverier aseettmeat ef Job Printing ami rial, w are prepared ta execute la the beet ataaaer, all lad ef plate and taaey Hook aaa. Jab rnnung, Addreaa Cat da, CertiScetee.. Label. Caaiaeaa Card, Cheek Books, staaifeet. Bank Check. Colored Printing, .tee, attitaei LediB...

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. — 21 January 1857

Variety. HORSE AND THE LOCOMOTIVE. "Ha t h P a&iil tit ; horses an J be capered villi . Elee Hound tlie mcadcttrs'tliat tkirteJ the way, "There 11 be very li We -mure use tniw for me . To be harnessed to carriages heigh t ""What a euriooj creator: tiieyVe got to that - train What a poffiag and anoriing he make And tia aaid that he eata neither fodder nor Wood and water are all that he takes, '"Kit stomach is stronger than that of a horse. To manage soah horrible stuff Tis just aa if I should cat fi-cei rails, or worse, .And-yet he has never euouglil "Aad tlien what a spirit the follow retains ! So tireless liis bottom is good; As. he never tarns tail to the win. or the rains, - And all must get out of his navVl" And the old horse laughed loudly, "He! lie! he! he! Let them drive on as fast as thev please A Eg far the railways the meadows for me. To ramble or rf at at my ease." And the horse cspnvd on hi a sj-ree of delight And I have nothing further to tell. Tor I scarcely had ti...

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. — 28 January 1857

V- nm- SI Hfoklq 'amilq fonrna!, Jhuofeb fa robom. Agriculture, Xllmlnn, (Sfcurafion, Xoral SaWligrnrr, anb tjp'lltms of tjt Daq. mnVSks ...... . ' ' . . " " . - VOL. 41, NO 24. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28 , 1 8 57. WHOLE NO. 2104 . i - - X. " . Poetry. DEATH OF THE OLD YEAR. BY ALFRED TENNYSON. I. . Fall knee-deep lies the winter snow. And the v inter wind are wearily sighing! toll ye the eharch bell tad and alow, And tread softly and (peak low. Tor the eld jrear lie. a dying. ' Old ear, yon oust aot die; Ton came to as so readily, Toa lived with as so steadily; Old year, yoa shall not die. II. Be lietk still; he doth not more: He will ot see the dm of day. He katL no other life above, Be gTe me a friend anil a true troe-tuT, And the Sew Tear will take 'em aaay. Old year, yea mast sot go; So long as yoa have been with as, Boca joy as yoa hare seea with as. Old year, yoa shall not go. III. Be frothed his campers to the brim; A jollier year je shall not see, ...

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. — 28 January 1857

$Htsta QtstxU Cjjroiurlc. O. A. ADAMS O. N. HAPGOOD, EDITOR?. WARXEN, WE25ESDAY. JAN. 28 Balancing the Ledger . The Investignttng Committee appoint d by Um present Republican LegJal a tureof thta State, fcve been ferritiirjg out torn of oooii nl crannies of . the late Democratic Slate Administration, letting light shine into the dark places, and making some rich developments. The people were told at the close of Gor. Medillt' administration, that the naooes of- the Sute vere4a -v flourish iog condition, and the balance in the Treasury pointed to as evidences of the ' honesty,' and economy of that adminis i traiion. . Not a word was lisped of debt contracted by that same administration of more than half a million of dollars, and left as a legacy for the incoming Re publicans 'to pay. Oar former townsman Joel B. Buttles, Esq-, figured up the finances of the Ohio Penitentiary as more than straight, and bringing in an income to the State. The Investigating committee find the follow ing ...

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. — 28 January 1857

f THE - ' fl . t T I . i..l .IMZXTern KSSLTnC CnrOIliClC i n mtH initio n : i Birbuuif auA.ua, rnpriciort. TERMS 0 DolUrand Fir Cents In aUvamt-ef Two Lsollars, if payment ! not Made la advance. Ms paper discontinued antll all arrearat M ar, paid scant at Mm eptioa of the publishers. - RATES OF ADVERTISING 4m sestara, twelve lines less. Sra iirsertloo, 8 59 As each additional Insertion E5 sn rur . 8 00 Ty. sownres, three meoihs. ...... ........ 4 Ml 4 six months. ..... ...... .... TOO a ,cs year... .- 1 00 Out twaita at a c!am. thrM months. COO 4 da six s ......... 19 M 4 : 4 iHrarmtk... SO 00 Lascar advertisesmts laMrts4 at a reasonable rate. - Address Cards inserted far the rear, at 8.0M per line. TrrAAysrtitsmsnts should be marked the aamher of tiaras ta ba inserted, otherwise they aill as ceatinaed tvHil ssdaras est .and charred for at toe above rates. JtTCaaaal advertisements to ba paid tor whea hand JOB PRINTIJCO. Saving a roperier aao?taeat af Job Printing mats rial, wa are p...

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. — 28 January 1857

Variety. nXher is Mit g .od poetry and adi iee In the following lines, vKicL are copied from th; Gties-?c TaUey Register: Get a wife, and pay well for it; Pay tbe tailor and the milliner; Pa Uia parson or the Justc: Psy far sweetmeats and for iaisiv (Beit add tee piano); Payt&on veil th atnky Samba. The wiU scrap tbe strings ittwt Last, hot bob the -leu Important, Send alone a gJMe dollar, CTbe potent and ahnighty dollar,.) "" To th Editor w. oede It, - To the scribbling Id. who want K lad the craft will, all together, la a aaaaa and la a body, aUaarihtnp aid CaUhlBi bleated' - That aaaa man who sends the dollar. ! ! LITTLE GRAVES. There'f many an empty cr-idle. There! many a vacant bed; There's many a lonely boeoaH Whose joy and light la fled, Tot thick in vry graveyard. The little hillocks lie And every hillock represents An axeEL i Tin err. HOME AND WOMAN. Home ia man ark when troable springs. When gathering tempests shade the morrow; And woman's lor the bird that brings Bis ...

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. — 4 February 1857

r. v..- ; ; HoDiKiBs.;!.;') - $ fflwkh arailq Sournal, Utuoteb la mfcom. Slgrirulture, HWnalw, (Bimrafion, -loral SuWIigrnrr, anb tjjr -firms of tlje Daq. JLtFSl.?1; VOL. 41, NO 25. - WAEREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, VeDNESDAY, FEBUARY 4 , 1 8 57. WHOLE NO. 2105. . C . . .. - , - HHBMMBMBHMaMHHaaHHHMBMBRlafeaBaaaaBBa gBaMMB i WM IB MMMHBBBMBMMMHHBMBBaHHBBBBHBaBtaBHMMaBBBMBBiBHBMHB BMBBBBBBB Poetry. For the Chronicle. THE HIDING-PLACE. BY S. BOUTON. MAad bub shall be&ta hiding-place from the rind, and a eoTo-t from the tempest. Isaiah. A lonely pilsrim oers4eeri plain' Parce, despond iogljr. irea-wajr; ! A lodging -place he doei not seek to gain: And gloomily comet on. the clos of day. - -Be vatchea now the muta hue glimmering ray, - - . Aa he miret tchimiia.&lteeiod; And aa the tranaient twilight fadeo away. The tempcat rub.ec o'er him. roaring hind. And eoTcring all the ilatn with a dark, humid ah road. YiU now nacen, a hiding place is near; The lightning IUh reveals a Hwiy 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. — 4 February 1857

EStsttq $tserbt fijpiutle. O. A. ADAMS, ' O. N. HAPGOOD, kbit? a;, WASHES, WEDJrifiDAS. yB- 4- To Attorneys at Law in Trumbull County, and Others Interested. undersigneds publisher of . the Trutnlll Detn trat end ffWern Retrret Ckronicle, b?g leave 4o all your alien ion to the fact ibat thev ar almost daily called upon to publish legal and transient! advertisements, fctT.liich they CO tot, poa the aTeraje,' receive pay on more tbaa one thirJ ot the cumber published. They miot afford to astin this loss. nor do tfeey ihiok that it M either j-ast, ' ---- -- - i accessary, vr bancfieial t the pUtic,f-f that tbhould do so. They therefore will, after the -first day of Jawwrv Hex., drnand pry m adyKcc."fior.Tdl"snch ad vertiaements, and will deolino publishing them except upon these terms. HAPGOOD & AD A11S. WJ1. RITEZEL. The Judges Salaries. " The Ctmoerct 4a3 an article under tliis Lead, wer a.tolmaa in length, but instead of nicking to its text, it scatters iu fire, aad insists that...

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. — 4 February 1857

h ' THE ? HU.Ialm s?tUAft, JUtJJlCi J U6 V.f.viiwiw- B1PG003 & ALUMS, Propritton. TF.RHV4)nc Dollar and Flftf Tents, la advaa t Two Oollar, If payment is not fi? --Jir.n " ia tepatihoptithvpoWiSir. , . rates or advertising . Ox vuaar, twelve line or 1. first insertion, so SI .i'.rr:::-: . Si Tw aoeexee, tar mouth -. J J Six .. " 40 -?. year.... ------ " Oeewttk r acoinau, three months f 13 OS SO 00 mm da mnm lltr. ....-..- Longer edi HMKa Inserted at a reasonable rete. A'llieaa Card inserted for th year, st 1 1 ,- per !"-TTPAd-r ti.ew.enls should be marked I ha auinb of Urn to be inserted, otherwise they will be eoutlnaed util wHered eet.and eamr d for at the aba raue. STCaaaal advrtiseaenu te be paid for whea hand HU. JOB PUINTINO. R.t sac ler assortment of Job. Printing Bate rbJ. w re a red to cxecato in the beat manner, all kiada T plaia and laney Book aad Jos Planum, Address Cat ds. Beaiae Cards, Baak Creeks, Bills ofLadiaf, Ball Tickets, Certificates, , Labels, Check Bonks,...

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. — 4 February 1857

Variety. "GO SLOW." Ia mil tha varied scenrs of at, -Iu atlse, eoafneiorn Mnn.il, suits. These little words, if torn is mind, VaaM nU right n all iuu kiad - OallOll; . Tn tut jiSrg "sua whs cats a dash, TTpaa his Governor's bard-earned auk. . Will taink. whew all aisaaonej's led. - - Tkli laoU. should lav. llUd his asao Qo slow. Tn. firt, with gallants at her feet, ' Her check M lair bsr heart deceit -When rears shall steal her etaarau away. -Will veep she did aeiia youth's May f i Ga sloe:.- , The sua of Kroner, he who tpemlt Bis thoasasds ea hi) hnnesfrlsncr ' flay sit bita down I after yean, Te csa this lesson, through his tears " ' " t" " ; So slow. The hosliand a ho, t see more life, ' ' , . Deserts his caatdna, haaws aad wife,: : When sunk beneath the hand of rate, ' Will moora he tiid set, ere too tat G atow. fe9 . i ... The wife wba always shopping roe. Leaving her chorea oat at tors, V Should keep this nutter la her heart. And Mara to act a mother's part Co slow. The banker...

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. — 11 February 1857

PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD & ADAMS. EKF IBB BLOCK. VOL. 41, 0 26. SI Kfaklij nmilq Sonrnal, Druofcb Warren, trumbull county, oiiio, Wednesday, febuary h, i s 57. la mbom, Slgrirulturt, Itfrrafure, (Bbaraiion, Xcral SaffUIgenrr, anb fyt Jbnus of tjyt Sat. ' I TERMS: - OJTE DOLLAR A.D FIFTY CENTS. - rBB iSOM. IB ASTAJCS. WHOLE NO. 2106; Poetry. For the Chronicle. OLD TIME, AND NOW. Oft wc rand in Ides story. Hot those saictal martyr' fell. 'Baud whole names a wreath of j-lerr Ever rests. They worn it wclL Hsw they fought 'gainst falss opinions, . BtroT the world's dark night to break: Till the Churches' slavish minions, Tortured, burned them at the stake. Eow self-righteous bigots, kneeling At the rery shrine of Ood, With a seeming holy feeling, - - Bathed their hands in human blood. - And the boldest aatare utters, - And the heart grows sick and sore, ' As we, read how sacred altars Wen all stained with human gore. And we offer thanks to Bearen. .- That the alght has passed away; And t...

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. — 11 February 1857

O. A. ADAMS. O. N. HAKiOOD, $ EDITORS. TTAEEEJ, WEDNESDAY. PB. 11. To Attorneys at Law in Trumbull County, and Others Interested. The oodersi'gned, publishers of llie Trumbull Democrat and Western Rtterve Chronicle, beg leave to call your alten wn to the fact that tbey ar almost daily called upon to publish legal and transient advertisements, fcr Trhich tbey do not, 'npon the average, receive pay on more baa one IbirJ ot the number published. They cannot afford to sustain this loss, nor do tbey think that it is either just, necessary, or beneficial to the public, that they ehouhl do so. They therefore will, after the first day of January next, 'demand pay in advance, fcr.all such ad vertisements, and will decline publishing then except upon these terms. - HAPGOOD Js ADAMS. WM. RITEZEL. Repeal of the Ten per cent Interest Law. A bill to repeal the Ten per Cent. In terest Law has been brought bt fore the House of Representatives in this State by Mr. Corry, of Hamilton County. We publi...

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. — 11 February 1857

THE -Werfeh) fy5be Gfjfoijicle B1PC00D ft Proprietor!. TERMS One Dollar and Fiftr Cents, In Tance Two Dollars, if payment I not Made la advance. K. paper d ..continued mntU all arrearai M are paid , tc.pt u in. .ptioa of ths publishers. KATE 8 01 ADTKRTISISO fas kjut, Inln lines r less, ant lasertioB, t d. sack additional laacniea - 4 one year. " . qq tw aqoarea, three months . M d, six soon the- ..-...-- ------ a, ,c, year.. ............. Osrt-foartA of a soluaau, threa months da da aia da " a. da ana year Iagwradvseasenta Inserted at a !' . . . i j th Year, at Si,) per line. "r-rriT.h-ld be aarked the u.rsber of Cat to bs) Iaerd. otherwise U.ey uHl be eont nued wUrta charged for at the above rates. TT3:asual adrertisesBeat. to he paid for who. hud d la. JOB PRINTING. furlac a ennerior aaaet latent of Job Printing mat, siaLwwar, arapared to execute In the heat manner, all kinds af niaia aud fancy Book and Job Printing, Address Caida, Certincatas, J;1"'1'., feustnass Cards, Check Bo...

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. — 11 February 1857

Variety. IMAGINARY EVILS. Let to-morrow take car of to-morrow; Lot things of th f attire to fate; What' the nse to anticipate sorrow' Life! troubles come never too late ! If to hop over much be, an error, . Til M thai the win hare preferred; Ami how often hare hearts been in terror ' OTariU that evef occurred! Btc filth and thy faith than sustain thee Permit aot raplcioa aad oaro - With Invisible bond to enehaia thee. But beer what God give thee to bear; By hia Spirit npported and gladdened. - Be ne'er by "foreboding" deterred! But think how eft heart hare beea anddenad , By fear of what aerer occurred' Let to morrow take car of to-morrowt - Short and dark aa our lift aay apear, a may maXt It still darker by (arrow Still shorter by folly and fear) Balf ear troublts art half our Invention, And often from blessings conferred Bar we aank ia the wild (ppreuensloo Of evils that never occurred! Ae Gude Turn Deserves Anither. Te manna he proud, although y be great, . The poire st bodie is ...

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