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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 29 April 1857

PUBLISHED BY HAP GOOD &. ADAKS. BMP! BE (LOCK. VOL. 41, NO 37 3 Sfrrklq arailq lournal, Uruotri) WARREN, la rrrbom, irtilta, liftraforc. (Sburatian, local TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, Sntrlltgenrr, anb tje -Hems of APRIL 29, 1 8 57. tjjt Daq. I TERM: i OXB DOLLAR AND FIFTY III AHIOII, ADYA-CI. WHOLE NO. 2117.' Variety. THE HOURS. BY WM. C. BRYANT. The hoars are viewless angels. And still go glijiug by, And bear each moment's record up To IiLm who sits on high. The poison or tlie nectar Our hearts' deep flower cups yi ld, A sttinple still they gather swift. And leave us in the field. And some fly by on pinions Of gorgeous gold and blue. And some fly ou with drooping wing Of sorrow's darter hue. And ac we s)oed each uiinute That OoJ to us hath given. The deeds are known before His Throne The tale is told in hearen. And wi who talk among them. As one by one derts. Think not that they are luivering Forever round our hearts. - Like summer bees that haver Around the idle floweia....

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. — 29 April 1857

O. A. ADAMS. O. N. HAPGOOD, EDITORS. WARE.EJT, WT2J3ESDAY. APRIL 29. The Election in St. Louis. ' Tiro weeks since we published the ae count of the triumph if Freedom in the recent municipal election at St. Louis. . We tare noted with deep interest, the effect of that event upon that large body of men in the Slave States, who while they feel and know, that slavery is an ttnaaiiigated corse, hitherto have not dared to open iheir lips; and a! so upon .lbs), tlinrMgh-.aeed advocates of - the heaven sent institution. Viewed merely as a local election, it U cf small conse quence, but when it it -considered that this is the first time in the annals ef the JTJnited States, when in a large city, the capital and emporium of a slave State, with tbe issue between freedom and sla :eryi fairly and distinctly made, that the slave power has been set nt defiance " and defeated by the citizens themselves. An era is marked in the course of Iiu sni progress. This election will prove he entering wedge ...

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. — 29 April 1857

so 00 4 00 7 00 12 00 8 00 19 nt SO 00 THE llkm k ADisTs, Proprieton. TEBS OaeDoltaraad Fifty Cents, in - advance; Two Dollar if payment is not s-s-i(-in ad ranee. N paper dix-cnttnaeA wntil all srv-esrages sr. paid cceptat Ik oXi (the publisher. KATES OF ADVERTISING. Oat ir, twelve line or let, first luertiou, S dr. additional insertion mm mwK y-ear. TMiqura, three month..-.- .... , I1IMBUU. 4t .r.e year - -9tse-f.tn ef a damn, three moBUta.. i sis d ----- -a. . A. e rear ....... Cnger advertisements Insert- al a reasonable rate. ami IreM Card inserted for the year, at t.00 per line. ITr'Advwitiseoienu should be marked the number of (im te he inserted, elhcrviae ti-ey will he continued aatil ordered ht.ua charged far at the above rate. JJ-Caaaa- ad jrUaemeau to be paid for when hand mi ia. JOB PltlNTINO. 'Hawing a snperir aasoiUBent i o rrimtng mate i l.-.iUareuaro4teieeiielartehertBUiOBer.alli'nft fciadi eiplata and fancy Book aad Job ranting Address Caids, Itasineet Cards, Rank C...

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. — 29 April 1857

Poetry. A GEM FROM BARRY CORNWALL. O, the lummt night, - Ha s smile of light. And she ita on a sapphire Uirone, Whilst the swtU-st winds luad her With garlands of odor, Prom the bud of the ros o'erbloarn. But the autumn night. Has a piercing sight. And a step both strong and free, Like the roice of wonder, Like the wrath of.thunder, VThea he shout to the shinny sea. And the wintry night. Is eoM and white, And she singt-th a song of pain. Till the wild bee hiiimneUi, And the warm spring comet h, IThen she din in a divaut of rain. O. the tiight, the night, Tis a lovely sight, Whatever tlie efirne or time. For sorrow then soarvtb. And the loror ont-ponreth. His soul in a star bright rhyme. It bringeth sleep. To the orMt deep. The forest bird to its nest; To care, bright hours. And dream of flowers. And that balm to the weary tssr. i t j DARKEY AND THE DEER. "Mack," the Detroit correspondent of Porter' Spirit, ia responsible for the fol lowing: Ihe pood steamer Jom was comma down the be...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 6 May 1857

1 . .' PUBLISHED BT BAPGOOD & ADAMS. - curias slock. .3 WAKREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY,' OHIO, 'WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 , 13 57. , ' l ! OXK DOIAAR AXD FIFTY CENTS ) tea unip ur - WHOLE NO. Ill 3.; Poetry. PADDLE YOUR OWN CANOE. ''Voyager upon life's sea, -. . ' ' '"To yourself be tnic, ' .""..'. . . w- : Aa4 whaU'er yoor lot my be, -Paddle your own esnoc; .:. , , Tferw, thoogh the winds may rsve, , " 7.' ."falter nor look bek,-- --"-- But npo'n the darkest wave,". ', . " ..- Iv a shining track. - - ! . ' j Xoblv. dare ih wildVst-stsrtn, t - 6ta the hardest gale ; - ; ; f , '. . .JSiave the heart and strong the arm, t ----""-j . Yotf will sever fail ; . , .. ' -TLen the world is cold and dark,- -. ; i Keep an aim in Tier' . .' . '. ' .'-, ,. . ;An4 toward As beacon mark ! ,', Paddle yoor own eanoe. 'i' Erery ware that bears yon a To the silent shore, . - . ' From tbs snnny soaree hss gone, , To'rwtura no mort. -- J,,Then let not an boor's delay ...'..' . Cheat yon of yoor due, " ' w ,,But whi...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 6 May 1857

Mtsta Qtsafa cnttlw. Oa'A. ADAPTS. ? TG. N. HAPOdOrS E D i TO KB. tTEDSESDAT. KIT 6. Utah and the Mormons. .The recent disclosures by Judge IJnrmirjond, corroborated as they hare been fey numerous writers from Utah and hq currouding country, render it morally certain that either the genera! government will bo compelled to Inter- pose ..s power to protect her citizen.. from the gross abuse, of the Mormons. .ndenforcetheUwsoflhetniiedStates. w the scenes of IvauToo will be re-enaet- doa.h large MaW.IpU- ted between the great mou.Uiu chains, remote from la and its fciecutors. Sa.h I tr.ng grease ofopulatio, and Power day by day. by th combined forces ignorance and dasion, stretching out j its arms by its. secret agencies in everv law citv in the United States, and even t t . t . , jimmvu yy iae reucrai wovercment, me . power cf Mormonrsm has grown and " wtrengthtned until Brigham Youngopen- !y bid dt6ance to the authority of the J vniiea o.aies, ar.a commits outrages f not only upon th...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 6 May 1857

THB - lirSGQa t .DlTSi rrupric.ilrs, i -PTOSIS On IMtfiiid riftf CcmU, in 1 j . . tra! la ra. if mrxiapat la ant advance J Tl ri" si patsm-m s -ui OMtte IB "',"'V ., . . wi.liJii llsTrrarsi, u paid rUl 01 the opuuA M Use irsMnier. ,.-.V , i iAT,g 0T APTKRTTSISQ c yurr b1 Kw or ies(. Brit iawtlon, I --I etqii fU4itMual luertia ' ; ,0--M - - T afurvA, tkr m-"L3M - SO Si; 4 i 7 l' -ma aiyianliia . ' -; 4f ' .-syear -- li'"' On? foirti wf a colunim. threw nonUt 8 w) j d, d. .ix ......... "v . t and rnri T at Hi ahore ratra. maJ ad jr;JetocrTt U be paid for win band anl ', ' ,TOB PRINTING. rt.I-i.an-rlaf uaottimntat Jo rMnttaf tt rial. w ara iwipar! o twente la the rt , all i:iad ( lua ad iacci Book and Jo irintisf. ArfdraaCatda, Uutior.t CtrUa, Rnk Cheeka. Riltaaf Ladiuf. null Ticieus CTti5eaa, tW. Chect Rooka, Van'feaU, CVored PrrnOaf.Vatea. 9fta. Prorraanna. Tana Boaa. Rerp l!anil..l'l. Fbow rilla.eAr. K'nt. ill kind, ta fat rrm thinr -iattr. lu to ahane t Priatiiie;. at fcriiroa that...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 6 May 1857

Variety. [For the Chronicle.] A HINT TO BACHELORS. V men, sho jvnte about ths irilet, TnTiich women has for winning. Who talk about h studied smiles. And irtsny-wayrof sinning, If independent ye wocld be, Aad if ye can but doubt her, Just try the plan a while, and tee -If ye eaa lire without Iwr. is bachelor!; who're fried in rain, .. Some female heift VS taptHre, And Vista? fair," then tried again. Bat sever felt the rapture ; Voul spend an hour in eome retreat, Against the "stx" a talking. And then be teen upon tlie street, With some lair inaid a walking': BJt seek some lone and darksome care, Where gliosis and goblins tarry ; " Live like a hermit or a slave, And swear youll never marry ; Aad when some MontliS, b? Vears ys're S(ent la sotitf'de so pheasant, VeAaps, at least, ye may relent. And wish e'en tfowtoa present. J. A. . A HINT TO BACHELORS. THE MAN THAT WOULDN'T PAY HIS FARE. Th aijilienticitjr of the flliowngi "ri r item" is vouched for a gentleman who a an eye-wiinirSs t...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 13 May 1857

PUBLISHED :BT HAPGOOD . JJJAKS. aariaa l ci. VOL.- 41, T0 39 . 51 SBrrkfij nrailq Sonrnd, Ueuotrb WARREN, fa rwbom, Sgriraltare, lifmifarf, (Bbaratton, Xcral TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, S aftlfigwrf, anb tf 3lems of MAY 13 , 1 3 57. tjr Stoq. 1 TERMS t OXE DOLLAR AM FIFTY CEXTw rsa Aaava, is iDTinr. WHOLE NO. !116. Poetry. TO THE FIRST BLUEBIRD OF SPRING. The following lcouful vtrsea sre from the yen of on old fries d, E- D. H.owakd, former EJ- iitar of UiU paper, rjowof the. Clerclaad Istadtr. El. ClUONICtcj ' Street projsWt of & early sprinjj. That from the leafless spray, " Or, poised on ligkt and fluttering wing, ' Dost posr tby taneful lay, Lik a par blessing on the air, A Toicef hope, and lore, So sweet, it ceemt this sunny morn Thy flight was from abort t - I lore thor, feoght and gentle bin, ,- ' That tkahut, far away, r Left seenesof never-fatKeg bloom. All beareiful to-day, ' To ling frura yonder leafless bough. Of sumaaer joys to tne. And light the cold and drea...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 13 May 1857

SSttsta Jkscrbt CJraiiiric. C. A. ADAMS.. O. N. HAPOOotH tMTOII. Profits of Farming in Ohio and in the Profits of Farming in Ohio and in the West. Scch w&ndrous tales are told of the profit present or piwpe ctive, of farming in Illinois, low. Kansas and Kebrlska. and such is the rush of emigre n!a lldtb trward from. the older Slktea, It oH'd een at least the part of -ptndnc to sit down and coollj tonnt the ctt. afcd tal folate the relative proSt in dollais, and tents, of fanning ia those Suitesand here in Ohio, in our xrtrn connty. AVe lake it for fc-ranied that most, if not all wfco are-leavlr this State, with snch h'gh expectation!! of a western paradise, fro fcr the ole purpose of increasing iheir wealth. Now let us cast aside ail the difference! in favor of the older Stales in point tf Schools, comfortable homes, established basinets, society, mill, man ufactories, cultivated form, fences, fruit trees, timbered lands, roaJ, churches, all the comforts and conveniencss of life...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 13 May 1857

TH E Wesfe.-.) IJesbe Sfiicle IFS003 IBttS. rroprie:sn. ' TeaBfMlnsP'twlW Vl.1t is. nvmucr) T'ww boliun,U paT.tU.nt i siot K. panae dir;:tiiioeii auto all arrearage: are raid eirtf st Ik puu el tfct aWiliahrf a. 0& sar, twelve lines or less; o1 It.rertioti, t do eba'ditionaj insertion.......... , da ne yer. Tt.i Squares, thee months... ...s.....' SO C CO 4 10 t M IS U i ae IS ot fl. SIX tad 11 th. -It"-. ----- A , . . ir.t year..... "One-fmirtk t a cohun, t:eee sjontas.i... do de six de da v aht rear... - neeradveetiscm-lrts inserted St a teas-niable rate, ad l... iuseetU for the vear. at it"' per lla. TrTAdveTUneau MmM we marked the newilv of times to be inserted, atbera-ise Uiey will cnuaaea mii) irimd " and eherged for at the shave rates. lTCnl wit yjirna to he paid for he hand 4 in- - . " JOB rlltXTTNO. Hasina: sttpeveir ir,itof Jon Printing mate r-al. wv ar prewated -a, execute i:. tbe best ma.iner.atl kinds at laa air! mr.ey Cook aaA ac Printirg. Addreas Cside, ' ltiirinee...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 13 May 1857

(CONCLUDED FROM FIRST PAGE.) offences, and- misdemeanors.. shall be by indictment itt the Court of Common Pleas in the count in which the crime, of fence, or misdemeanor shall have been Committed. eXcert whore it is otherwise Jirovided in the several acts Tor the pun- tshmmt of crimes. Sec. 3. All Gnes collected under said prosecutions shall be paid into.ttle treas- nry of the eounty where the prosecution It held: nnd all persons imprrmnefl un der said several prosecutions shall be iia prisoned in the jail of the proper county. Sec. 4-' All recognizances which shall bereafter be taken by Justices of the Peace and other officer authorized to take the same; and all transcripts in criminal cases within the jurisdiction of the Common Pleas Court, shall be re turned to said court forthwith after, lb commitment of person charged with mu offence, or the taking of a recogniztnee for bis appearance before said court. Stc. 5. That all prosecutions pending in the Court of Frobato of any county...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 20 May 1857

$ iBtoklq fumlh Sounra!, Uniotrb to fmhmt Slgrirulto, litrrafarr, (Stiuration, Xaral SnfrlHgrnrr, anb ti? Jlrms nf fyt Dai. - TERJiS i . - t OJT B DO DOLLAR AXO FX ITT CXXTS mm . AfVAJSt. VOL. 41, NO 40. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20 , 1 8 57. WHOLE NO. t!20 PUBLISHED BT XLAPGOOD & ADAEIS. KHV 111 IlKI. Poetry. THE BURIAL OF MOSES. BY MRS. SIGOURNEY. Aod be buried him in vaTloy in the land of iloab,ov.T against Bjthpcor; but no man know- rtix of his sepulehre unto this Jay. Deuteronomy xxxi--6. By Kebo 's kneiy mountain, Cn tliis side Jordan's wave. In a vale in the land of JJos.lr, There lies a lonely gmre. And o man dug that sepulchre AnJ no man saw it e'er; For tli j angels of Go.l upturn J the sod, AnJ laid the dead wan there. That was th? grandest funeral That ever passed on earth. But r.o una heard the trnmjlinjj Or uw the train go fortJi. Xouk-loesly as the daylight Cumn when the night is done, AnJ the eriinios streak i n ocean's elites: Grows into tlie...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 20 May 1857

Jjr i y r fry t fc. A. ADAS ISa j tl. N. ilAPtJOOD, EDIIOBS. WXJUtta, W ti;aSDAY. ffiAY 23. Western Experience. , .f- :We gtVe below a few extract frora a fcttir revived by a gentleman in tVa, lown, frota a youry man who removed from here, wiih bis family, a short rime .iiice. I . t ; , f We laT oo dovbt b'lt that tbe expe rience of the- writt-r'ls that of thous ands who hare gone , thither, though there are few who are frank enough to t admil-ic a privn-JHter. hall not give bis name. He writes from tt ...r.U.rfi.rrn.. . April 18th, 1857. Deab Friexd: We had a very te- dious journe? to Iowa, and it has cost roe "ortr'two hondred d..ilors. It cost two! dollar? ptr hundred pounds for freight from Warren to Iowa City, and one dol larjr hundred frcm there, to this place. I have met wiih nothing but disappoint ' ment tinee I starud, but hope a bad be ' ginning may make a good endln j. Were " j . ' a w as goou cirrumsiBDCcs ji-u nrc, I Would never think of coming to the . western Scates 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. — 20 May 1857

" " ''' RiVi!(9 kiDHV Frepriciim. " i .' . . - Trtt:ftn.Icl!(i:annnTrfr.ts,ii ! idvaace, Two ioUai, if uar.et i ant j, papOT.acentiaact o.itit til irnwitt ar. paid cut atiae vC'.oa d ttio so dishirs. SATES OF aVKfcTllS(l tasauare, twelve lines or less, ftrsi insertier, do each additional i-iaevriou. is one year .i.-. .Tw. assures, three saouihs..... ..-- d. six ui.i.lln. ..... - ....... 4m .r. year. .-.....-. O-sc-fWta af a coma, three months as) do six d. - I 5r 7 ie H 00 . inftMi si & raaxoiuU.le rale. . Ad tress Cards is-rd f the !, at l,H f r ' AdvertiesnenM abujuld U aiacked Ihe naa-lif of tlN t be Inserted, otherwise t-cy swell arJeraJ s.ail eh.rreJ for at the above i rates. TTf-C-asMJ aJ arUaesuesitt ta be paid tor w hea band " JOR PHINTINT.. 1 :- . ..wir ..ottjnriit of Job Printing mat. ,41 i-e prepared to execute in the kern mal.ar,all atnAa of amia aita lasscy book ui ' nu wnii Adorns Cat da, Baeloesa Caroa, Itaak Checks. Bill; La4u(, kxll Tictetv CcnieaU5. Labels. Che...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 20 May 1857

-84.18. la eaae the plaintiff to any suit '.Iterria utliiricMtMe brought against, the ."waLc. atlaill Yauer damxwe Bafaint tiu om -ht accnunl uf x-v uocp-;rfuriuaiic of sautl iConIrwi, suit otiai jud-tnt-tit, Ir iu farur ol Mid plaiutiff, ike boarti uf Public Works is Irerwby authorised, if ia the opiuiun uf laa stasarcl it viU Mlrvrre the intervals uf the Sum, renew s-iia each d'.aid parties w morerinf Um eoutrMU upon which the re ewerrjr be had. lor puniun. uf aaid five jeara n-raajniat; after naid final judgment; aid renewal shall Dot be made except upon he pi vine; uf aeffictent euritj satisfactory tm tha Board, fur Ue faithful perforniaiicw of aid eotirraetm- aai nihM tk tvl,aaa hv thj. panj r-e.enD Jd tudinoeat, to the Suue: uf so much nfaaid damaire ao Muvired. a. may. by the buard be deemed ao amouat juat- If iHxiponiouate to the portiona ot said fire yars reuuaiainir af.erthe date of aaid .fiusi judTmat. wiih icferenee to the prritd fur whiah damapM shall have beea recoeere...

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. — 27 May 1857

PUBLISHED BY BAFGOCD & ADAMS, .arias BLACK VOL. 41, ST0 41 $. SBwklq arailij Scurnalj-Sfuofrb WARREX, to .rrrbara, irullurfj Xifrrafarr, (Biruration, loral TRUMBULL GO UN TY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, Siitflligrnrr, anb tjr 3tw HAY 27, l S57 nf .tjjr.SJai.. TKR.VSf ojs doll a ii a."u r;rrr csvra B ASSSK, IB l il.l. . , WHOLE NO. till. [From Appleton's "Genius of Art."] CROSSING THE FORD. I began life by running away from heme. Boileau,' we are told, was driv en in'o his career hy the hand of fate and the peek of a turkey. A till start ed in life with noo'htr caue and capitalism. than an old sword, which he was "droit! mouh to palm off fir the divine weap-j on of Mars, and Robespierre, owed l.isj polilxal career to wetting l is stockings j and there heaid the wcrds which burn, ' . . i i i . j i . Whien nred his sow; ana oeierminea ins course in life. My running away fi:m Lome firose from a minor mortification cause-d by carrying & pretty girl over a brook. " " Donald Lean and myself 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. — 27 May 1857

i ESI TO It. T7ABBE2T, . WEDNESDAY. HAY 7. -O. A. ADAMS. U. N. HAPGOOD, Kansas. Gf.t tV.r(f Vbt-a fearon fr1ar0 in Kansas witlin the lait few wtt I . t migration from the free Slates has been immense, and the wide difference id the character of the free State, and the pro- slavery settlements, and their relative pfosperitr is too plainly marked to leave Jhe matter any louge-r in doubL The consequence is that not only the inbabil acts of the territory, and trarellera from the Free Slates, bnt the pro-slarery men -themselves, are seeling to make invest raentsin Free Stale rather than pro slave ry towns, because they are prosperous, while the others are rapidly going back ward. - Douglas, Bnicia. Leeompton, Kick poo, and other towns started by the pro-slavery men, and still under their aujices, are either desd or drag out a ; sickly existence. Tecumseb, Delaware City, Leavenworth and Doniphan have passed from pro slavery into Free Slate 'influences, and a different destiny awaits tbcm ...

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. — 27 May 1857

THE -r ' HIPuOaD i 1D1SS, rrcpricten. f ERjISOiM!lwj;arna F.ftr Teats, In - "ranee, Two IVlla.s, if Juyusct.i ta aot nine in m. K paper discontinue 1 .tit M -iTar-fM are -weld - ' RATR3 Or AHVEttTI?I?a tw sowiret twelve line or bras, irat iiiserti.n, JO . aw (ril3JU.liui iiMviL. i". . year.. .....-- 2 , tar. VUArem, throe Booth I 7r do . lit math. ....... ' J . yea, -. M 1 ' oe-fwarth a caiman, three do ixrmr s0" UiftrnrttKKKU Inserted mt a .rl rate. Addreee Carta inserted far th. year, at SIJIU pjrllne. T?Uraliwrpti ehooM -r marked Ihe number f Ua.ee U be inserted, .therwise tltey will h continued Mil ordered ..t.an. charged for at tV-above rates. jrCasal ads jrUsosseuls to be cud for when ban 4 in. " JoiJ PIUNTIXO. - ' a IBHttstfMM , Bartae: a nwpenwr ua'i ri-i . art pet pared to exect ia the best roaaner, all . . ". : i t u .... I j-j. Prinlinr t IB a, ci ptai. W tmn.J " -ww - ' .. Address Cads, Buaiant Carde, Jtaak Check, kills af Lading, Cevtine-ttes, Labels, Cheek Books, Manif...

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. — 27 May 1857

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