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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 4 July 1855

PUBLISITKD BV HAPGOOD & ADAMS, curiae slock. VOL. 39, NO 46. 3 Wni family Journal, Druofrb WARREN, lo rrritom, Sgrirulturr, literature, (Bfturation, lornl TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY Sntrlligtnrr, anh ijje Jkms JULY 4, 1 355. of tl;t Dai. TERMS ONE DOLLAR AND riFTT CENTS FU AIlVXi I ADVABCB. WHOLE NO. 2022 Poetry. JULY. JULY. BY [...] HARDY, JR. It If te gionoatf Summer time, Th winds ar soft and low. And o'r the hills, sunlight and shade Alternate come and go ; The voice of summer sweet is heard, -Among the leaves and corn, for winds are full of whisperings At eve and early morn. Yes, glorious Summer now Is here. With ail hr lengthened train. She sways her golden sceptre o'er The fields of rip'ning grain ; The flowers along the river's side Are bending down, as though They wished to clasp their shadow In The crystal depths below. A gladsome voice is stealing from The distant bourne and brake. The cloud, that float upon the air. Are sairror'4 in the lake ; And softly trips ...

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 July 1855

Mcsfcrn Scscrbc (CJjronid.. c. a. ADAMS, HAPGOOI. EDITOK5. ' Warren, Wednesday, July 4. 13th of July People's State Convention. V. To tc F&ir?tM or Yeekdox is Oico: t Atanertfug of the Kipul licjn State Central Com-. mitt M.;tilI l.v iLe A - WI raxLa P.mvfntmn which assefnidtd in Co lam) as on the 13th of July, - a 1854, it was rffolved in committee with the public oire, twt Republican Fui Conreniior. to I e com posed of Delegates chosen l.jr the iiidet-etirient Ami Kehraska Yoters of Olno, who partieij uted in the plori .ens triuinph of last year, and fuck oih.rs as may sym---athice with tlirm, t e, -. .. to tw-ft in tlie city of Columbus, an Friday, the 13ih of July. IfaS, for Uie crfae of nominating candidates for the following offices, to wR: tovernor, LicutensjitCaYernor, Auditor of State. Treasurer of State. Secretary or Stale. Attorney Genera). Meralr of the tfoard f I'uMie Works, urnl two Judges of the Swprea.e Court. I In compliance with ti.e usu.il rule of represent -....

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 July 1855

- . .-TV . . 1t . 1 aues.etn .icscrc-e cnroflicic 11 1 1 . flr:;ni.l S IDA US, Prcjinrlors. tns-Oae U r a i I r'.uy Cent. D (1 tar, if iayent is tit lc in a li No )ap?r dtscuutmu 1 :ilu nil nrre .res a CXCCt at the nituoii of the i::li.!.ors. RATES Of ATVKBTI.IN1 Twelve lines, wr iw. one iusrtiou, - t to " three ' 4 eicha l.litional ilis.-vti-in. Twelve lines, or less, tlircc months, - f s,i ;.; '.' i-l 4 mi 6 IH .Ive Twenty-t.uir lines, tl-ree inoi-l six " ..Lthi, lid txelve Thirtv u lines, three uiontlis i-.' T Ml - ' - six " li - " tvrelwe " If Advertising over tais amount, at the rate of fifty did tars per column. Address Cards, inserted for the year, at tl UOrline. joii pkixting. rlsvim a well selected aortment of Job Printing snati ial, we are 'wvparod to execute in the very 11 ' Banner all kiwis of plain and fancy Bok and Job Printing, fin ss - Address O--ftasiness Caro, Circalam. Oatlloanea, Drafts. Blanks Rnceiiits, Cheek Books, Bill Heads, .-tires' Blanks, Lawyer' Blanks, ...

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 July 1855

Variety. SPARKING ON SUNDAY NIGHT. RESPECTFULLY TO THOSE WHO ARE GUILTY. Sitting In the corner. On Sunday ere. With a taper finger Keating on roar sleeve ; Starlight eyes are casting On your face tteir light ; Bless me ! this is pleasant Sparking Sunday night ! Ho your heart la thumping "Gainst your Sunday rest How wickedly 'tis working, , On this day of rest ; Hours seem bnt minutes. As they take their flight '. Bless me ! ain't it pleasant Sparking Sunday night T Dad and Ham are sleeping On their peaceful bed. Dreaming of the things The folks in meeting said : Lore ye one another ! llinisters recite ; Bless me ! we do it Sparking Sunday night J One arm with gentle pressure Lingers round her waist. Ton squeeze her dimpled hand. Her pouting lips you taste. She freely slaps your face. But more in lore than spite. Oh ! thunder ! ain't it pleasant. Sparking Sunday night I But hark ! tb c'ock is striking It is two o'clock, I snnm ! As sure as I'm a sinner. The time to go has come. Ton a...

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 July 1855

PrBIIsllKD BT BAPGOOO &. ADiHS. CMFlkE (LOCK. VOL. 39, NO 47. 3 IBrrklq aniih) lournal, Druofrb WARREN; la .frrrfram, ifulturp, litrraturr, imitian, lorn! ' TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY Satfllignirr, anb tjjr Jbais JULY 11, 1855 of t!;t Dai. TERMS : ONE DOUAB AITO VIVl't CENTS ra Awmn. u aotawcs. WHOLE NO. 2023 Poetry. Poetry. From the Elmira (N. Y.) Republican. DEATH AND LIFE. DEATH AND LIFE. BY F. B. PLYMPTON. King of dead empires! mrul and sublime. Whose Tictim nations, whose daration time, la gloom ascertain Is thy solemn throne. By shadows circled, undefined, unknown: As tome cold peak in heavy clouds Immured, By day in mystery reiled, by night obscured, Where neftiier notion, sound, nor life perradea. The realm of silence, emptiness and shades. What fatal form, what shape dost thou assume, ' Thou foe to life, thou monar :h of the tomb! Swift as the light, as it approaches, dumb. Thy certain shafts from unseen ambush come. In rain the powerful baild the rampart round, I...

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 July 1855

Mtste JUsrrfce. Chronicle. C. A. ADAMS, G. N. HAKiOOD, EDITORS. "Warren, 'Wednesday, July 1L The Celebration. The day was ushered in by a national salute of thirteen guns, one for each of the old thirteen. Notwithstanding the strenuous effort of the hunker Slaveo erats, to prevent (he people of ihe .Coun ty, and especially those of their own par ty, coming to witness the celebration, a large number were in attendance. As , very few drunken men were seen though : out the day, we . presume the parly be hests were obeyed. The Committee, whose duty it was to provide the speaker's stand, and .seats for the audience, had supposed that the efforts of the Nebraska party would have i i i i v : . a r accompiisncu suuieiuiu", huu mai lew people would be present; therefore, the seals provided proved insufficient to ac commodate one-third of the number. Many of the ladies, even, were compell ed to remain standing, and exposed to ine sun, or leave ine ground, ine men were almost without exception...

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 July 1855

th i: fiesta ?ie?crb: llv.iele niPGOOD S A81?S, Prepriclcrs. T-??cs One T) Ur anl t:v Cent, iu 'vanci; Two Doltmrs. if prmrtrt is not nu-le in fclr-itir:-. No pmper discontinu-M autll nil arrears rtf are ia.itl, except at the option of the iu''l ;"-.crs. RATER OP A!VKRT!SIXfl. Twrlre lines, or les.. one insertion. 9 r.o 1 ! - " twa " - " thrrt " " r:ich a, I I'tinn-i! Insertirn, '.'."i Iwelye llne,or lejs, three months, - - 2 .VI r twelve - - C W' Twenty-four lines, three iu.ot.ths. - 5 tic - - "sin - f ' m m u twslre " - - 10 Thirty-six lines, three months - - " six " - IS " twelve " - - 1.-' Ml Adrertisine over this aaiounU at the rate of fifiy dol lars per column. Address Cards, inserted for the year, at SI COi.-crHnc. JOB PIUXTING. Tlavln" rell selected assortment of Joh Printine material, we are prepared to execute iu the rcry et manner all kiuds of plain and fancy Boot and Joh Printing, Address Cn-', Business Cards, Circulars, Catalouguea, Drifts, Rlanks Rece1s, Check Rooks, R...

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 July 1855

Variety. From Putnam's Magazine. ROBERT OF LINCOLN. BY WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT. Kerrily swinging on briar and Teed, Hear to the nest of his little dame. Over the mountain-side or mead, Robert of Lincoln is telling his name; Bob-o'-link, bob-o'-link, Spink. spank, spink; 8nog and safe is that nest of ours, Hidden among the Summer flowers. Chee, chee, chee. Bobert of Lincoln is cily drest. Wearing a bright black wedding coat; White are his shoulders and white his crest, Hear him call in the merry note Bob-o' link, bob-o'-link, - Spink, spank, spink; Look, what a nice new coat is mine, gars there was never a bird so fine. 4jb.ee, chee, chee. Bobert of Lincoln's Quaker wife. Pretty and quiet, with plain brown wings, Passing at home a patient life. Broods in the grass while her husband sings Bob-o link, bob-o'-link, Spink, spank, spink; Brood, kind creature; yon need not fear Thieves and robbers while I am here. Chee, chee, chee. Modest and shy as a nun is she; . One weak chirp is her only...

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. — 18 July 1855

.3 iBrrkhj amili Siumial, flruotru lo jfrrrimi, 51 rirultyrr, IlfUurr, Bituratioii, Horn! 3nf?!!ignirr, nnb )t Ihm of Jtaq. TERMS OWE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CEXT8 FE A1CWUM, IV AOTAHCE. VOL. 39, NO 48. WAKIIEX, TRUMBULL .(JOILYTY'. OHIO, WEDNESDAY JULY 1 8 , 1 8 55. WHOLE NO. 2 024 r-t hi 'MiK i'Y IAPGOOJ & ADA233. UfUE SLOCK. "Fitc Poetry. THE DEAD CHILD. "puffer little cliiMren to com unto mf. for of sach ty ii the Kingdom of Heaven. pile flowers, jnst ftsthere J from sarlcn aud wild. Lay breathing their eciess uoou tlie fair child. At ckU she lay sleeping, mure teautiful nnw. Than when life was cotirsln; through heart, lip ana " brow. Still perfect ever, the statue lay there, With it matchlscs faiUm-s, its bright sunny hair ; The spirit was absent ; it upward had gone. To dwell with anjt-'U that throng round the throne. For death, the ctern reaper, had parnered it in. All untouched ly Borrow, untainted ty sin, Xrc pasl-u had marred, ere guilt had deface 1, Or an iU pure bidets one ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 18 July 1855

Kilcstcrn gcscrbc Chronicle. C.A.ADAMS, I -,,. O. K. HAl'llOOD, $ EDITORS. "Warren, Wednesday, July 18. MFiliiii mn mm. FOK COVKUNOU. SALMON r. CHASE, or MAHILTPX IOLKTY. FOR LIEUTENANT UOYEKNOK. THOMAS II. FORD, iir kicbi.axd rorxTV. FOK JVDGES Or tUPKF.MK COl'RT, JACOB URINKERIIOFL', of UichlinJ. C. C. C0XVEKS1-:, of Muskingum. FlK ATMIOK OF STATE, F. M. WRIGHT. FOU SCCKETAKV t'F 5TATE, J. II. BARKER. FiK TKEASl'KKU OF STATE, WILLIAM II. GIBSON. . FOK ATTORN EV O.EXERAL. F. B. KIMBALL, - MEDINA fOlSTT. FOR liEJIUKR OF ROAiiU OF Pl'RLIC WORKS. A. G. COXOVER, or ArOLAIZE COISTY. Republican State Convention. We condense, froia tlie report of the Ohio State Journal, the following ; which includes all of importance that lias reach ed us up to the time of going to press. Hie Journal of the 13;h ssys : Xever was there a Delegate Conven tion in Columbus so generally attended as this. Every section of the fc'.ate is here in full force. Hundreds of the ablest and best men are heie. It is no...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 18 July 1855

r 1 1 1 : ITlP;na:i & AM US, rroiirirlors. To Tnu-e U iINr a-i F.t'iv Cent-. "11 lvanr except at the option t.l the p.. i!-,ers. RATES oy ADVKKTI JIM!. Twelve line, or less, one insertion, - tT " three " " " etch a Uttinnal insert Twelve lines, or less, three inontlis, " six " mm " twelve " -Twenty-four lines, three moi ths. -- six " " " " twelve " . -tirty-six line, tliree month " " six - mm twelve " 511 I Mi 4 141 C ID a II' o INI 7 K IK lr1 141 Advertising over this amount, at the rate of fifty d U7.if.nll?.u inserted for tlie vear. at tl Wrwrline. JOB PHINTING. Having a well selected assortment of Job Printing material, we are prepared to execute in tlie very Iwst manner all kinds ot plain aud fancy Book and Job Printing, Address Cfi- Rusiness Cams, Circulars. Catalongues, Drafts, Itianks Recetiits, ChecV. Hooks, Itill Heads. J..l.ire' BianVs, Lawyers' Blanks, Handbills, Pamphlets. i"how Bills, CertiSrati s. Bills. rVink Checks, More Hills, Bills of Lading, Colored Printinc....

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 18 July 1855

Variety. WHEN I SAW SWEET NELLY HOME. BY MARY FRANCES KYLE. In the iky the bright atari glittered, , On the pui the moonlight full, Bushed the sound of daylight' bustle. Closed the "pink-eyed l!inllcrneIl,, As adown the mosa-gro a wood'nuh Where the cattle lore to roam From aunt rattle's quilting larty I was seeing Kelly home. Jolty ringlet softly fluttered O'er a brow as white as snow. And her check ! the crimccn sunset Scarcely lias a warmer glow ; 'Mid her parted lips Vermillion, White teeth flashed like ocean foam ; All I marked, with pnlses throbbing. While I saw sweet Nelly home. Whea the Autumn tingid the rTetwrcod, Turning all its leaves to gold, la the lawn by alders shaded I my love to Nelly told ; As we stood together gazing On the star-bspai.gled dome. How I blest the August evening When I saw sweet Nelly home. White hairs mingie ilh niy tresses. Farrows steal npon my brow. Hut a love-smile cheers and blesses Life's declining moments now ; Matron in thy snowy 'kerchief. ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 25 July 1855

" V W r-r ' 51 Wtl .fiimilii Scnriuii, Druotrb la .frffni. H-r!riiitnrr, litcrafur?. uratiaa. lara! SafrIIhri:rf, nnit tl;e Hm of tpe Baq. TERMS ? ONE DOLLAR ATXD FIFTY CENT FE AJUTOM, la ATC. " pi iii Tsiit:i hv HAP GOOD & ADAMS. i r I t BLOCK.' iv WAUKKX, TRUM15bTLL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY JULY 25, 1S5-5. WHOLE NO. 2025 VOL. 39, NO U Poetry. [From the Journal of Commerce.] BABIE BELL. BABIE BELL. The poser of a little Life that was but three Aprils long. Aprils long. BY T. R. ALDRICH. yea not Bears the poet tell How came the dainty BaMe Bell Into this world of oars 1 Ttss gates f heaven were left ajar : With foiled hards an J dreamy. eyes Kte wanderad oat of Paradise ! Fh taw this panet, like (tar, . Hong in the depth of purple even Its Bridges, running to and fro. O'er Wch the white-winged seranhs go. Bearing Uie holy dead to heaven ! She touched a bridge of flowers those feet, fta light they did not bend the bells Q' tw celestial asphodels ! They tail like dew npon the flowe...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 25 July 1855

Mtskrn gtstrbc onitie. C. A. ADAMS, O. N. HAPGOOD, EDITORS. WASHES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25. , Republican State Ticket FOR GOVERNOR, SALMON P. CHASE, of Hamilton. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, " THOMAS H. FORD, of Richland. FOR AUDITOR OF STATE, FRANCIS M. WRIGHT, f Champaign. TOR SECRETARY OF STATE, - JAMES H.BAKER, of Ross. FOR TREASURER OF STATE, WILLIAM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. FOR JUDGES OF SITRKMS COURT, (fok The rn.L mi,) JACOB BRINKERHOFF, of Richland. (FOB THK VCA-JCT. CHAS. C. CONVER3, of Muskingum. FOR ATTORNEY' GENERAL, F. D. KIMBALL, of Medina. FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, ALEXANDER G. CONOVER of Miami. The Nominees. t-.'i The ticket nominated bj- the Republi can State Convention, at Columbus, on the I3th insL, cannot fail to give satis- . faction, and we hare not a shadow of doubt but such ill be the response of . the people, at the election of October. Fears had been felt by some timid ones, that the Convention would not be Iiar- nionious, but the result has shown that the...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 25 July 1855

TIIJ-J eseirbe 6lSrc)ieic - . HJPJCOD t ASUS, Prei.rirlors. Tva One Dollar a. 1 f '.Tlj Cent-, in a-lrancr; - Boliare, if payment is not mn !. in a lvam:r. No paper discontinue I n:ittl all rrMxj-J arc paid, except at the option uf the p'liUrs. KATES Of ADVKRTISIXO. Twelve lines, or one ins-rtion, - 9 " . - two " three " each aHHiml insertion. Twelve Unes,OT less, three month, - - - air " -" " - twelve " Twenty-foar line, tfcree moi.ths, - - - n twelve " Ttiirty-si line, three months six - - " twelre . I 4 a 5 9 K T 1? 1 Advertisinr orer this amount, at the rate of fifty dl tars per eolnmn. Addreas Cards, Inserted for theyear,at $1 Onperline. JOB PRIXTINO. Hiring a veil aeleoted assortment of Job Prinlinr atatrrial, we are prepare.) to execute in the very best tanner all kind of plain and fancy Book and Job Printing, Address Or. Bnsincss Carat, Circulars, Caution gue. Drafts, Blanks Iteceliits, Check Books, BUI Head. ...sticcs' Blacks, lawyers' Blanks, Handbills, Pamphlet, Show Bill...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 25 July 1855

Variety. A LITTLE TOO PUNCTUAL—A STEAMBOAT SKETCH. STEAMBOAT SKETCH. BY THE OLD 'ON ' - The hour was approaching for (lie de parture of lhe New Haven Steamboat mm her berth at New York, and the usu ml crowd of passengers, and friends of passengers, newsboys, fruit venders, cub-i- dmo and dock loafers, were assembled on and about the bout. We were gazing at ' the motley group, from the foot of the promenade deck stairs, when our atten tion was attracted by the singular action Z of Jallybrown Yankee, in an immense wool Q chocolate colored coat and pan vj laloons, and a fancy Test. He stood near ;V the starboard parld'.ebox, and scrutinized v eharply every female who came on board, every now and then consulting an enor . mous silver bull's eye watch hf- raised ' from tiie depths of a capacious fob, by -'means el a powerful 6teel chain. After - mounting guard in this manner, he dash ed furiously dewn the gang plank and up ,? the wharf, reappearing on board almost Instantaneously, with a...

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. — 1 August 1855

ru;nr isiiKu hv HAPGOOD & ADiMS. IDfltt SLOCK. 51 ifirrkh nniilq Soiirniil, Druotrb la rfrtioni, Slgrirulturf, Xitfrahirr, 6itufiitia:i, larul Siitrlliarnrr, anil )t 3!cmn of tlje Daij. (TERMS r ONE DOLLAR AND riTTT CXIfT f rim AUSTIN. I ABTASCK. VOL. 39, SO 50. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1, 1855 WHOLE NO. 2026 Poetry. [For the Chronicle.] THE SLEEP OF DEATH. BY S. MOUTON. - TtU lit 1mu m.rc, tkcitkall r nud l ' lef." fit. They tlumber on ; OTer their dreamless bed. Through countless years, the tun ha risen and set ; Ages lure passM since Lore's last tear was shed Upon their mossy tombs ; they slumber yet : Till the exploding heavens shall pass my ; Till tlx bright son his azure path forsake ; Till God shall wrap the dim, expiring day In pall of darkness, they shall not awake. Cnnumber'd millions hare been laid to sleep With lor'd ones, o'er whose graves they olteu wept ; Their children, born a little while to weep. Now slumber where the parents long have sl...

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. — 1 August 1855

Stfltsltrit Qtsixfo pmt C. A. ADAMS, G. N. HAPGOOD, EDITORS. VARRSIf, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST L Republican State Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, ' SALMON I CHASE, of Hamilton. ! FOR LIECTKNAXT GOVERNOR, THOMAS H. FORD, of Richlan.L i- FOR ArPUuK OF STATE, FRANCIS M. WRIGHT, of Champaign. "; ' FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, ... JAMES II. BAKER, of Ross. . FOR TREASURER OF STATE. WILLIAM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. FOR Jl'PGES OF iUPKEMK COLT.T, , (rra Tire rri.1. na.) JACOB BRINKERIIOFF, of Richland. (OK TUK VAt.rT.) CHAS. C. CONVERS. of Muskingum. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. F. D. KIMBALL, of Medina. FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF PCRLIC WORKS, ALEXANDER G. CONOVER of Miami. Republican Nominatin; Conventions. Tb Republicans of Trumtull County- are hereby called upon to tend their Delega-. to a Cf w Komi Bating ConTection, to be held on Wednesday, 2Jrru day or AcotsT rext, at 10 o'clock A. 31., at Empire Hail, in Warren, to put in nomination candidates for the following offices, to it: Two State Representa tives, a Sheriff. C...

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. — 1 August 1855

T 1 1 K nip::r.n.n t hsy.?, prcrMriurs. Tm-M - H !! .r so ! K ill Cent". : yo paer dini'oiit.ro-- I n- it! t'l ari" ' except at the option of the u'.l -.'.eis. V-s are pi:. RATE ? Al'l KltTltslX.t. - Twelve II l.c. r 1. .1. o:,e ina-n.i'i:, - " Im nr!i a.l ';;:'aihI l:'.v:tuin. Twelve !rer,or li'-s. ti.r ji-t lis, fix Twenty-lour lines, trce m a " ;si IS 10 - six 4 t veive " Thirty-six lines, t'ut j in.-nthe .1 .4 fc;x " t,Te',V. Advertir'rr oer tiiis ani"'!it. at : rite .( I f! do lar per co'nuiii. Al Ires Cards, inw;r;--n for thr;e:,r,at SI U job rmxTixc Ilavint a well selected assortment of M Printing raatTinl.wr are prear-d to fcut in th rery i-st w.anir all kinJ of plain mi fancy liook and Job ?riniics, AMrsi Crr!,, Busings Ctrait, Circalarn, rafciloaruw, rimfn. cch as Check HimiI;. Bill Heals, Blanks, l.tinrers Ulauki, llanil'iill?. ri. how Bill?, CiTtitratej, Pills. Dink fhecki. Hur ?t!ll, Bi31c of Lading, Colorel I'nntm; Hall Tickets Minift'S'.s. c. In frt er-rr thitif Jonci...

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. — 1 August 1855

Variety. [For the Chronicle.] POLITICAL QUACKERY Then an sereral slants in the following, which we wot altogether like, bat we will not ipoU a atory lor relations' sake. "Jonathan" is evldentljan inreterate whig. Enron. In vrerr land, and age, and clime, from Adam to the present time. There hare been shrewd pretend en; Abort a akiirtrl at their trade, A Adam waa, when without aid Eis "Fig leaf" breeches first he made And wore without snspenders. WeWeVraacks In science, and In art, AU-orer-quacks. and quacks in part Of ererr grade and station ; la meat, and morals, drink, and dress, ; AU knowledge, be it more or less That earth can furnish, they possess Beyond rquiTocation- Wnat e'er your fancy may demand, Toull find the article on hand. Extremely scientific ; In erery calling, high or low, From " Hebrew Dare." to Mormon Je, Or " Topsy, " np to Mrs. Stowe, Humbugs are an prolific. But far too numerous the clan. Within a few brief lines to scan With careful observation; Bo, for the pr...

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