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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 3 June 1857

PPBLTSHED BT BAPGOOO & ADAKg. Bar ikB ittcit YOL. 41, NO 42 SI !Btrk(q amilg Saarnal, Smith WARREN, la mborn, irnltat?, litfratar?, (Bbarafion, Xoral I TRU3IBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, ntHIigrnrr, anh t 3ltms of JUNE 3, 1 8 57. fyr Daq. I TERMS ? OXB DOLLAR AND FIFTY CZXTf rB ABBVBt, IB AtTAJifl WHOLE NO. 2122 Poetry. A WATER-DRINKER'S EXPERIENCE. A WATER-DRINKER'S EXPERIENCE. BY A CHALK-DIGGER. Vr work'd la th heat, and I've work'd in the cold, I've nrt'l with the u, and I't. work'd with the eld, rT nrk'd very earlj, aor atopp'd Terr soon, I've work '4 by the at, and I're a-erk'd by the mean: But tai eare I eaa tell yea, vithoat any fear, I eaa warfc very well without ram er beer. I're vork'd far front boms, aad I've work'd rather nit. I're vork'd when twas vet, and vork'd vhea tras ej, Pre vork'd among eora, aad I're vork'd among hay, IreverkVIytheBieoe,aadIvarkMbf thedajr; . Aad I'm eare I eaa tell yia, vithoat aoy fear, I eaa vork rery vetl vithoat mat er beer, I've vork'd...

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. — 3 June 1857

"Mcsfrri Qtsixh 'citixk O. N. IIAPGOOD, ... KDIT0K8. WEDNESDAY. JCJJE 8. The Democratic Candidate for-Governor of Ohio. The bsnedo Demoerarw upetn to have considerable difficulty in Moiling the question of tlie candidal- for the Cover- or. at the next election. Their best ta.n. those who have achieved a reputa- lion already, are remaitably free from rtnbition Sust at this time: One after another, they beg leave, respectfully to decline the honor of being a candidate, when they are sure of defeat. Mr. Tod says that his private interests would be sacrificed. Mr. Ranney has 'been ap pointed U. S. Attorney, which is a more lucrative office than that of Governor, andlhe old adage that a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, will hsve some weight in this case, we fancy. Our neighbor of the Democrat is determined to Tun Judge Ranney; whether be con sents, or not. The Summit Democracy goes ia for Mr. Payne. The Mt. Vernon Banner, shouts Tod, and Victory, and others urge the claims of 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. — 3 June 1857

THE Wesieh) t$ttH GftfroiijicJe ".'liPCOOtf i! lDliV Proprieten. ' " TERKS-OneDollarwd Fiftr Cents, Its advance; Two Iroltars, If payment is not nude la advance. , Kb paper d:scr.tiuned until !! arrears re art pud sccept at in .ptiea of the publishers- , KITES OF ADVERTISING twelve line or In, Brst Insertion, 9 each additional Insertion. ......... Co. . 50 HO T Ml 13 00 8 00 13 Of SO 00 m. .tie year. Two squares, three m.nths d. six months... .......... d are year Coe fourth af a coiamn, three months da da aiz da a At .n. VCST.... Longer advertisements Inserted at a reasonable rate. Address Can), inserted lor the year.at tl,. per line. TrpAdvertisements should be marked the number or tlatei to he Inserted, otherwise they will be continued Bntil ordered at.and charged for at the above rate. ijyCatoal adtxrUsemenUU be paid (or whea hmsd ,d ia. . , . ' JOB PRINTING. Having a superior UM'tmmt af Job Printing Biate rial w ire prepared to execute la the beat maaoer.all kind of plain and f...

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. — 3 June 1857

trill, cr Other evidence of dAt,'due to tneh branch. aaJ payable at a place otuer man al its banking Louse, to rrceira in addition to the amount of such debt and the legal interest due thereon, any mm wnatsoever as premium exchange or damages: Provided. Nothing in this section contained shall pre rent such branch from receiving the damages allowed by law opoa any bona fid bill of exchange. duly protested lor non -acceptance or non-pay anent. . Sxo. 42. AH transfers of Botes, bonds bills of exchange, and other evidence of dept owing to any Tjr&nea, or oi aepouis 10 tta areuii.- u assimDenta of asei traces or other securities oa ival estate, or of ludirments or decrees in its favor ; all deposits of mosey, bullion or other valuable thing for its use, or for the use of any of its stockholders or eeaitors; au pay snents of money to either, made after the com mission of an act of insolvency, or in contem plation thereof, with a view to prevent the ap plication of iU assests in the ma...

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. — 10 June 1857

PUBLISHED 8T HAPGOOD & AS ABES, carina ittcii 3 amilq Sournal, Druofrb la $mhm, irulfurf, literature, (Bburafion. 3Com! Snttlligrnrf, anb t 3!eais of igt Dai. TERMS : OXB DOLLAR AND f llTT CZXTS VOL. -41, NO. 43 WARREN TRU3IBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1 3 57. WHOLE NO. fl!3. Poetry. THE WIFE. She who sleeps opom my hart Was the first to via it; She who dreams upon ray breast Ever reigns within it. fit who kiase oft my lipt Wakes their warmest blessing; She who rasta within mf arms Te.li their closest pressing. Other days than these shall come, Days that may be dreary Other hoars shall greet ns yet. Hoars that may be weary ; Still this heart shall be thy throne. Still this breast shall be thy pillow; Elill these lips sliall meet thine own As billow meeteth billow. . tleep, then, on my hippy heart, inee thy lore has won it Irtam, then, on my loyal breast, , $owe bat tnoa hast done it: And when are war bloom shall change With its wintry weather, Kay we la the self-same g...

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 June 1857

kSIIOKS'. 7ARIlEiT, TTEDITESDAY, JUKE 10. O. A. ADAMS. O- N. HA1XJOQU, Agricultural Prospects. We en gtad to learn from farmer In nearly all parts of iLe County, that' the appearance, of 'the greeting wheat has greatly changed for (lie better within the last two weeks. I llaay fields which tLtii -owners Lad -hardly expected would yield as much as the -seed sorn, now promise -at least half a crop, and others where -only half a crop at most had been ex--pected, now betoken 23 to 25 bushels ;perracreV ' " : - . The oats crop bids fair to be better thiin last year. We have no doubt but that more acres of corn and potatoes, '(especially the latter,) are cow in the .ground, than were ever planted in Trum :ball County in any one season. The apple, pear and cherry trees are loaded with blossoms, and if not nipped ky an untimely frost, the fruit will equal ,in quantity, that of - any former year. For the last few days the weather has been very favorable, and vegetation has 'advanced with won...

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 June 1857

.Ill . Mkf&h) $t$ttbt &tckh ''''J 2irS03D S AD15IS, rrfprklcii. TERMS OK nollorand i ifty Cents, la hdranc; Two IsoUar, if pay-meat is not taiade in advance. - ' No paper diseoutinneLaniil 11 arrearage, are paia Weept at the option of the publishers. '"'." HAtBS 0 kDTBKTWISa Cn square, twelve lines or Us. firs'f insertion. $ do. . acoaGamonaiinaerii,;i-". -- ,' io . one year..-.. Two (quires, threw snonths 6 0.1 4 00 - V. . ..... I w :r..-:r.::r: . One-f on'riSi of acolcnia, three mouths g J .) air da .... . I- : ;.vr oo t I.jH:UMn. tnrfei at m reasonable rate i.rtl for the Tear, at tl.WI per line. . TTP Advertisements should be marked the somber of . i .1.- . ill K. rnntmnM -times m bo miene'i, ouu-i . i j - - ntil ordered oat, and charged tor at uew "" ifyCasuaJ advirUsementa to be paid for when hand a la. . : JOB PIUNTIXO. Havine s soperlor assortment of Job Printing mate rial, w are prepared to execute In the beat manner.all - kinds of plain ana Rtncr book ana oo rnuuuii...

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 June 1857

ifinc. fat-basket, t-k pot. ret. a Y-i Ciitt sruUre iv t.iijt way ibc t ti-rnl tru;t f 0-h 11,1 !ocra ktf iircr r cretdc jcvl I'l ib-it m l. herein eo.it.vued hail tn bM ta prohibit te t-tn; f fih in trr manner to the river Oso. cr in kf?e vie. f Lake Erie : UAcluiii.fi: bo much of mtl rive- aud tn two and nt on the came level, hut not so to -ndinr .cin.t the pnj Kcr.S. Krery perron offend Inn of t&is rt, hll for ft it "05o , peonltr of not 1m thfta fittm dolUra. to b rwrf1 in a riTtl Action In the suuii of the State of Huo Ufnrr in? Joitice uf He ettceoi ibc projer tomtit : and wen jartice or Ihe pe. unoo CAapUhit 1 y oeth or afLrmation, htl hh i'jtntunB commamtini; Uae ipwai)f of the Iaty or prtie comj Uiiied of; aad on the m-penranc bf ih party cr &rtie summiie(lor in dt-folt of tmsh ftrtrin the justice f ht ptce thall proceed to inquire Into the troth of the complaint ; and if foend -put it?, the t-arty or parties dtfemlcnt aha! I be held to )Mty the pena'tr aa aUc-ve pr...

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 June 1857

' r PUBLISHED BT BAPGOOD &. ADAMS, lariti slock. VOL. 41, NO 44 SI JSttklg arailq Sournal, Ilruoffb WARREN, to fmfom. irnlturf, Xifrrafarr. (Bburation, loral TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, Safrlligtnrr, anb tit Jlems of JUNE 17, 1 8 57. i!;r Daq. TERM i MC DOLLAR AND FI1TT CEXTS ex Afrvn. Aswsacr WHOLE NO. tlii. Poetry. For the Chronicle. TO A FRIEND. I ni nsdcrcr ! t inouuin n;. Striving to climb the ragged heights before me. Tsarinc to step, leet I should go astray: Sight the plain, the storm-eloads gathering o'er " Lcng in this nnkaown ny I toileS alone; Ks friend was near to tread the path beside me ; To aid me npwmrd. or in friendship's tone T.cbeir.tolrarn, U bleu me. and to guide me. I watched the gathering tempest, in despair. Slit down to wait its fearlhi visitation; . To gather strength, if I but might, to bear, - Or perish, if I matt, with resignation. Then came tag voice to me from oat the night. 8weeter than music wafted from a distance: . Hew leapt my heart to j...

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 June 1857

O. A O.N ADAMS, IIAPOOOD, IDITOBS. WAESES. WEDNESDAY. JTJ5E 17. Old Democracy, and New. tTjndar Republican goverment, parties tome !nt existence, are christened, lire tret their little day, and die, as coo as the -principles upon which they were founded, have either become obsolete or have no'longer -any oppose r. or when some political Change has taken place .which renders them no longer necessary Bat. the so-called Democratic party is an exception to all rules. - Its name has lived, after all the fundamental princi jrtes which its founders proclaimed, are -utterly 'repudiated by the party which still claims the name, and until it occu pies precisely the position once occupied by"it old antagonist, the Federal party - The. oldrFederals were in favor' of cen txalising-thai Federal government, in ' creasing the power of the President, and 4tiscabiuet; and limiting that of the -SuUe. .Thus their name indicated their -principles. The Democrats advocated State i&igbts, and would res...

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 June 1857

THE - . Wesiefr) fysttbz Chicle . IAPGOOD t HUES, Proprietors. " TEK3HS OneDollfiranti Fifty Cents, ! a.ancet Two Dollar, if parmcnt is not toad Im advance. KS paper discontinued until I1 irranl ar paid scwpt at Utl opuM OI Uf paousacr. BATES Of AUVKKTISISfl Smmm - !.. llu. ' I -mm rm Insertion. B 0 fUBIMIlUsulUMruiw' S. " oo year---.. .. Tw hkiii three months...-.-. d , SIX SMlOthS-- -- - !.'- - year.---Ot fcrth f .column, threw months. d. d. six 4 - j J a wear......' linger advertisements inserted at reasonable rate. - - aaa-.. i .. i...rted far th. jr,it f1,M per line. E5Ad vertlsesseots should b. marked the number of time te mm UMnni, w,c-.. -"w - - aatH arte! . arged for at the above rales. .. TT7H:iaUjiaeoeatttoiiaiaforwaoBaaB ad la. - V: . JOI? PRINTING " ' flaring a tnperlor assortment of Job Printing mate rial, wo are prepared to execute in the best manner, all kind of plain ana tancy book ana J on ranting, Address Cuds. Earnest Card, " Bank Check, Bills of Lading, Ball Tic...

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 June 1857

1""fey- saWle of Member of the Board of Public rk afrd their clerk, thirteen hon dred dllar, ' .--v NVH. VAN YORDES, "Speaker of the Hons of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD. President of the Senate. April 17, 1857. [No. 165] AN ACT Vakicr rprprittIoi fir the payment of in- tereht tut the public debt. Sscr 'l.- Be tt enacted by the 0-neral Aemhly of tlie State of Ohio. Tbat the fij laernrjr limit be and they are h atby appro priated from any rooneva in tlie toe isury be ioapinjr to the sibkiog fund. For the payment of the semi annual inter & to swrome duo .m the foreign debt of the State; wi the first day of July. 1857, and ih: Br day of January, 1858. anil theaemi xnnu al interest on the domestic debt of the State, 'to become due on the first daw of May. and the first day of November. lt"57, the sums of' , right hundred and twty-iix thousand dul 'larar -Por the parment of interest on school and ItruHl fund held by the Slate. one hundred and V thirty -three thousand fo r hundred ...

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 June 1857

PUBLISHED BY XXAPGOOD & ADAMS. EHF III I11CI, SI Wnkli Jfmlli Stand, Druoffb to fmhm. irulfort. litrrafiirf, (BMirafion, Xoral Intflligenrr, anil tie &mH of Daq. t TERMS: O.YE DOLLAR A.VD FIFTY CEXT ria auuvu, la advahci. VOL. 41, NO 45 . WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24 , 1 8 57. WHOLE NO. 2125. Poetry. [For the Chronicle.] MY BIRTH DAY. Time shakes liis gks?, and swiftly run Life' sands, still ebbing grain by grain; Tan weary, wan, autumnal gun Brings round my birtli day once again, And lights me, like the fading bloom Of ptde October, to the tomb. My birthday! each revolving year But seems to me a darker day, Whose dying flowers, and leaflets sere. With solemn warning seem to say, That all on earth like shadows fly; That nought abideth 'neath the sky. My birthday! where, wlies life was young, Is now each promise which it gave? Hor early wreaths t years have hung. Pale's faded garlands, o'er its grave; Where bitmory waUre with her tears, Those relics of de...

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 June 1857

e f atv i G. HAPGOOD, EDITORS. 7AS2T, wEDXLSDAY. JUNE 21. The Defalcation. The investigation of the astounding defalcation of S559.0G0, in tbe Slate Treasury, is proceeding, and is bringing rut some curious revelations, of family matters. It appears rajs the Cincinnati Gazette, that when J. O. Breslin, the Democratic Treasurer, succeeded relative Mr. Bliss, in 1852, the accounts! ..r ,i, Tr..,,, n0n,i,,ni .., , correct, there being at that time a deficit against Mr. Bliss, but the office being in the family, it was not exposed. During Breslin's term this deficit was largely in creased, then amounting to 6559,000. lie was succeeded, by another rela tive, W. II. Gibson, a Republican who undertook to shou!derBres!ins burden. The deficit at the time the latter went out of office, was, it is said, equal to the amount now reported. It was Gibson's duty to have exposed this, but the fami ly connection prevented him from tioin Lis duty. Breslin, it is said, promised to mike pood (he account...

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 June 1857

T IT 12 Mcgfcrjj fysflrbe Glirofj.cic iiPGOOD fc ADAMS, Proprietors. OaeOotlarand Fifty Ont.Iii gtdvaace; TWO lioinn, u payments, nut made in advance Fa paper discontinued antH all trnutpi are paid accept at tit optisn of the puM.uhers. KATES OF ADVZHTISIXd A. - . !) linM iw Iks. Srst Insertion, 3 '0 da aacn aaaiuonai i d ane raar ... u ... 4 i ... T 08 ... 12 l ... 6 OU ... 19 W .. SO 00 Iw ssjoares, Ihre. months . aia aaoaihs.......-. do .r. yer.... ........... Oaa-hart af a damn, threa ajontha da da six da . da d etie year Lancer adTevtlea!e.tit Inserted at a minnih, rate. Adores Oards inserted for the year, at !,) per line. Tr"PAdvertLseaeT.ts shonld t marked the nmnoer or ttsses ta be Inserted, otherwise they "e eontmoed astl! ordered et.aod charged for at toe above rxUrt. TjjCasaaJ advsrUseaaent. to be paid tor when hand ad ia. JOB PRIXTIXO. Baring a aaperiar assortment at Job Priatinc state, rial. a are prepared to eaecnte In the beat Banner, all kinda of plaia aad hwr Book a...

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 June 1857

[NO. 174] AN ACT Concerning Kotaries PuMic and Commtsstontrs. SftiTton 1. Be t' enacted bf tie General JSssnnbf e tic Stmt of Obio, That the jrorernor it anLhorixed to appoint audxommission lot tiie term of three year, a notaries public, in the several conn ties of this stale, such citizens, resident therein, and ha ring the tjO.itti cation of electors, as he may deem necessary: Provided, thai before making such appointment, the governor snail be satis bed. by the certificate of a jud-te of the court of cornmoir-jdeas, or t f the supreme court, resid ing in the suae roumy or district, and such oihsr evi dence as he may think proper to require, that the appli cant is in all respects fuliy competent to perform the duties and exercise the pavers of a notary public, as denned by the lavs or this State or of the United Slates: Provided, that the number of notaries public so ap pointed, and commUsioned, shall not exceed one fur each one thousand inhabitants, the number of inhabit ants of ...

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 July 1857

PCBLISHED BY HAPGOOD &, ADAMS. (riKK BLICIi YOL. 41, NO 4 6 & SSwkli amilq Sanrnal. Draotrb WARREN,' fa mboni, ilgrirnltnr?, 'literature, (Bfturaticn, loral Sfafflligenrr, anb tp Hems af TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1 , 1 3 57. I I tjyr Daq.- TERMS: ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENT rim una, ! advaict. WHOLE NO. 2126. Poetry. SOME THINGS LOVE ME. BY T. BUCHANAN READ. All within and all without me, Feel a melancholy thrill, And the darknes hangs about me. Oh, how still. To my feet the river glidcth. Through the shadow, sullen, dork; On the stream the white moon rideth. Like a bark! - And the linden leans above me. Till I think .tome tilings there be In this dreary world that love mc Even me ! Gentle bnds are blooming near me. Shedding sweetest breath around; Countless voices rise to cheer me From the ground! Ad the lone bird comes, I hear it. In the tall and windy pine. Pour the sadness of its spirit Into mine ! There it swings and sings above me. Till I think some things 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. — 1 July 1857

ft&csta Tustrbc Ctroair'U. o. .. A. ADAMS, N. HAPOOOD, KDITORS. WARREN, WEDJreSDAY. JULY 1. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. At a .meeting of Ue IpubUn bute U-ntral .Cuuimittee, in conjunction with the Republican members of the Legislature, and other distin- .'guUhed publicans from various parte of il.e after mature consideration, it was resolved that it was expedient to hold the State Convention of .the BT)ublicn party of Ohio fur the nomination; of a State Ticket at Columbia, on the 12ih of, August next. In conformity to this roqwrt, the State Central CommiUanuounC4toUieKepubiicansoi uiiio that the delegate from the various counties of ,the State wiU assemble in the City of Colum bus, on Wednesday, the I2th day of August Xeit, .At 10 o'clock St., for the purpose of putting in nomination candidates for the following offi ces : for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secre-"-"uinr'of State, Treasurer of State, one Supreme Court Judge, and one member of the Board of "Public Works, and 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. — 1 July 1857

. .THE .Wes.cr) es.erbe Gliroi .cJe DAPCOOD & ADlFs, Proprietor. rt-t- - . . 1 . TEHUS One nollarand Fifty Cents in advance Two Dollars, if payment is not made in advance. Ko paper discontinued until all arrearage art paid (.cent at the opti.n. of tne publishers. BATES 0 AUVKETISINO On. sqnare, twelve lirirs or 1ms. first inser'.i, OTI, $ 5? 4a one year .-- ..... Two square, three months da six months. ........... da ore year - Ove-foarth of a column, three ssonths da do aix do it nm one TPr . ...... 6 (III 4 UO 7 UO 12 (HI e ui 12 UO 80 ou Lanier advertisements Inserted at a reasonable rate. Address Cards inserted for the year, at f. 1,WI per line. IT"? Advertisement, shoo Id be marked the nom!er of times te bo inserted, otherwise they will be continued ontil ordered oct.and charred for at the above rates. U3Ca6aal adnieements to be paid for when hand ed ia. JOB PKINTING. Sarins; a superior assortment of Job Printing mate rial, we are preiwra w , .. kinds of plain and fancy Boo...

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 July 1857

Variety. JONATHAN SLOW-OR, FAITH HOPE AND CHARITY. BY LEWIS DELA. An angler great was Jonathan Slow ; There was not a stream be did not know, Nor the slightest nouk where a fish could go Id a shady spot to hide. Ea had such a knack of hooking a worm. The fish that saw its eluquont squirm. Had a chance to lire for a definite term ; But tviee the chance to be fried. Good luck had made of Jonathan Slow A man of faith; to fiah be would go. If the wind blew high, or the wind blew low Jfo matter for rain or shine; He would hie away to the brook. And under a tree in some shady nook. With a smiling face and a saintly looks Would trust to his hook and line. 'Twas a sultry day, and the skies did lower; First a gleam of son then a soaking shower ; And Jonathan fished for hour after hour. Nut earing for heat or rain. . The water poured from his reeking clothes, Mosquitoes had bitten his eyes and nose. And this was all, for excepting those He waited for liitet in vain. I always hadatti, said Jon...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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