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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 8 July 1857

PUBLISHED BT ttAPGOOBL & ADAMS. mill BLOCK 51 IBrrkh uraili Sournal, Uraotrb ia mbom, Slgrirultarr, Xifrratar?, (Bburnfton, laral f ntdltgrnrr, anb fi? Hems of f Jrr Dai. lex TERMS: E DOI.LAU AXD FIFTY CESTS VOL. 41, NO 47 WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8 3 1 8 5 7. WHOLE NO. 2127. Poetry. [For the Chronicle] REST; FANNY, REST. BY MISS S. L. She has pasted from the earth, but we must not . lament her. Nor mourn her return to a holier clime; She but lingered below, until he Who had sent her. Recalled her to Eden, in morning's sweet prime. Could the beauty and freshness of youth hare retained her, We had not been called o'er her slumber to weep ; Yet mourn not, since death, in his power hath but gained her A joyful awaking from death's transient sleep. Xre the sorrows of earth, or its passions had moved her. Or darkened the light of her innocent braw. She bade a farewell unto those who so loved her, And whispered, my Father, I come to thee now. The terrors of death...

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. — 8 July 1857

(L&tsta $cstrbc Cbrcnulr. fj. A. ADAMS. O. N. IIAl'CJOOI), i ED1T0US. WAESEg. WEDNESDAY. JULY 8. REPUBLICAN STATE COaTVOTtOX. At a meeting of the Republieau Slate CVntral Committee, in. conjunction with Uie ltcpuUican .members if tlie Leguhttuin, nuJ other distin guished Republicans from various imrts of lhe State at Columbus, on tlie 4th of January, 1.-57, after mature consideration, it was resolved that ,tJiollepiil.IicHnmrty..fOl.ioforthem.ii1ination!c,1Rno5 of a State Ticket at Culurauuj, oa. tlie lJi of' A nutlet ...- laa.iif,nitytotliisiul,UH-SiaU Ccntr:il ,Oonuiiiuoeaniiouii-stoUieliil.licansor Ohio ,iiai uie delegates Irom lhe various counties ol the StaUi will usseuil.Ie iu the City of Colum - Sli-r. tk dr .rf !,. A in .,!..,.!. i r r,i.... . ,r . 4o nomination candidates fur U.e folio ii.c oili .: lor Governor, Lieutenant Governor. Secre- Jjtryof State, Treasurer of State, one !?ui:me l.,.l. .1... li i ..t v 1 1- u- i i Vi . . r I .! 1 ublie Works, and the transaction ...

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. — 8 July 1857

TUB -Wesicty fygfl'be lj.iek HirCCCO i 1DAIS, rrsprielars. TERM Oat Dollar iind Fifty Cents in advance; Two Dollar, i:" paj'uteiit is uot made in advaito'. No panerdiscontinuel a.itil a!! arrearages at paid scent at the o;iiea of 0:e nu'ihsers. RATES OF AUYEBTIS!NO 0n square, twelw line? or less, first insertion, $ SO uo eacha.Mitioiil insertion d on year, Tiro squares, three niowtlis-........... da six mouths..... ....... ...... do ore year..... One-foarlli of a column, three months do do six do ..... d. do oneTear. 6 H 4 1 c(i 13 W) 8 CO V 00 SO uo Iion-eradrertiseinenU Inserted at reno:ia!'lc rate. Ad.lress Card inserted for the year, at S 1 ,00 per line. rj Advertisements sImuiIU be marked the Dumber of times to te inserteu, ouicr. ie .-....... u Until onlered ott.and charred for at the alove rues. jrj"CasuJ -irsemenu to be paid for when band ti ia. JOB 1HUXTINO. (laving superior assottment of Job Printing mate rial, wo are prepared to execute in the best manner, all kind of pla...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 8 July 1857

Variety. CURIOUS SUBSCRIPTIONS ON LETTERS. Vi't take the following subscriptions from Hoi brook's new work, "Tea Years Among the Mail Bngs." This is going to my tailor, A frusf -worthy man is he J Like a clock forever ticking, lie keeps his accounts with The. To scnil my bill I here reqnest hirfi; For the br-ches he has made; Thanks to good old uncle Samuel, He must send it on pre-paid. The aJJnss was in prose. When you C this letttr, You'd better letter B, For its going over Cnto Tom McG, In the town of Dover, State of Tennessee. Address on a Valentine. Mr. Fost Master, keep this well, for every line is going to tell how much I love my Bill Martell; Syracuse, X. Y. I want tliis letter to go right straight To Yilcington city in Delaware State, To Daniel B. Woodward, a cooper by trade ; He can make as good barrels as ever was mads. F. O. Kb. 9 Albany Street Boston State of Mass ior Michael Byan tailor and if he do not live here I expect that the Persons who will live here will forwar...

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. — 15 July 1857

- rt'BlISHED BT UAPdOOD & ADAMS, turui mcii SI JBwklq amity Sournnl, Drucfrt) la fmhm, ifiilta, lifrralurr, (Bilaratian, lord S atrlligrnrr, aab fyf.Htuia of fyt Dai. 1 TERMS: i CXE DOLLAR A.U FIFTr CEXTS I rca amvum. to lo'iaii. VOL. 41, NO 48 WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JULY?! WHOLE NO. 2128. Poetry. The lines below. a we are informed by tlic writer, are reply to the article of Miss E. J. Adams, "To A Friend,, which we published a few weeks since. The wriU-r is Vic friend thus addressed [For the Chronicle.] THE NIGHT OF GENIUS. - Pilgrim to the Mount of Vision, Struggling up the mountain way. Is not thine the land Elysian, Purer air and brighter day ? . Change beneath, above, the real ; Storms below, all eaee above; Lore, the changeless, the ideal, Xoble nature's, deathless love. Tell me not of Genius drooping. Failing in her high emprise ; For the angels, lowly stooping, On their wings sustain the wise. Xay, let tempests roar around thee, Forked lightnings o'er ...

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. — 15 July 1857

Mtshnt jkserfre (onuk O. A. ADAMS, i. N. IIAPOOOD, EDITORS. WARREN, WEDSLSDAY. JULY 15. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. .At a meeting of the Republican State Central t Committee, in conjunction with the Republican , members of the Legislature, tnd other, ditin : puishej Iiepnlilicaus frtim variutis parts of lire . tjlate at Culumbus, on the 4th uf Januiry, 1j7, utUr nmture coiisicUftitioii. it was resolved that . it , expedient to hold the State Convention of Uie llepuliliean party ol Uino lor uie nonimnuon tif a State. Ticket at Columbus, on the 12th of .August next. " - lu conformity b Uiis reqm-st,tJieSUitc Central . Committee announces to the R.-iuliIicansof Ohio i tliat Uie doli-Siites from the various counties of the Statu will assemble in the City of Coliiin- ; bus, on Wetlueadny, the 12th day of Aagnst Next, At 10 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of uttin!r ' in nomination candidates for the following ofli ees : for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secre tary of State, Treasurer of...

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. — 15 July 1857

THE itfesfeh fysttbe Qiftoykk niPCOOD 1 IDiis, Proprietors. TERMS dneDollarand Fifty Cents, in advance; Two Dollars, if payment is not made in advaucc rT paper aiseontioaed ontil all trirearagta are paid 4 itept at th or'ien f paiilisfcers. RATES OT ADVERTISING One sqnare, twelve line or leas. irst Insertion, 9 do .- each additional insertion. ...... a. nn year.... ........... ..... tw. snaares, tiwe months.. SO do six mouth..-....... do ore year. ............. .-.. One-fovrUi of a column, three months..... do do six do A Art BH TMT.... .... 14 It CM 90 00 tonrrer adrertiseuenta inserted at a reonalle rate. Aa.lrea Cards inserted for the year, at I,CW per line. Tri Advertisements shoo Id b. marked I he number of time to be inserted, otherwise they be eontinaed tntil ordered oct.aod charswd for at the aoore rates. JQCi$ul ad jrUsemenU to be paid for whea hand i ia. JOB PHINTIXO. ftarinc a superior assoitment of J oh Printing mate rial, w are prepared to execnte in the nest manner, al...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 15 July 1857

Variety. Our private opinion is that Miss Katy bad caught lior foot ia her hoofs just before slie wrote tliix.or some awkward fellow following her Jow u Etairs, bad stcppeJ upon Uivm [For the Chronicle.] "VANITY FAIR." BY KATY CRINOLINE. Yon havs heard, friendly reader, f 'Vanity fair." and the gouritbing business the Devil did there, ) ; . In the furnishing line; . How he tept up a fair ev'ry day in 'he year, . r And supplied all his customers, distant and near, With lots of 6ne trinkets, and galvanized gear, a exceedingly fine. it Is said be J lately rei4--nished his pile. And has fixed np his roem in Parisian style, And HJumined with gas; And has stifled his agencies all through, the. land. And has sent out his iiinnrl. with samptta in hand, Aud pasted his "posters" on every stand Where his customers pass. Then the printer's employed, for he knows well enough That a saleable article pays tor a puff: And they're still in eef. a?inc the days of old Famtt, it is said he retains ,Qii...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 22 July 1857

PTFMSHED BY ZXAFGOOD & ABAKS. EMr IB I BLACK. VOL. 41, NO 49 SI SBrrkltj amili Scnrnal, Urootfb WARREN, to mbom, Slgrirulturr, literature, duration, Xoral "TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, Infrillgtnrr, anb tjje Hrras of JULY 22 , 1 8 57. tl;r Saq. TERMS r OXE DOLLAR AMD FIFTV CIIXTS rem sc. is tutarr, WHOLE NO. 2129. Poetry. THE WILD ANEMONE. la lie Valley, Still and lone, -Where the brook, ia merry glee, ljcnp o'er many a mossy stone, Grow the wild Anemone. 'Sweetest harbinger of Spring, Earliest flower that decks the Kn, First to hear 'the blue-bird sing. Beautiful Anemone! Often have I wapjered Uiere Happier ne'er eoulj momenta be liind in hand X'tdi imriJen fnir, Plucking the Anemone ! Gentle ma; J,of beauty rare Oh, she was a fay to see, When I decked her raven hair. With the bright Anemone ! Often sat I with my love, By the patriarchal tree. That with arms out-stretched above. Blessed the gentle maid and me. And we thought the world our own, I was Xing, and Queen was she...

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. — 22 July 1857

C A. AT) .VMS. . K. HAPOOOD, EDITORS. WARREN, WEDNESDAY. JULY 22. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. At a meeting of Uie RopuMiran Stale Central iCummittec, in conjunctioii villi tlie KuiMic:in quern bore of the Legislature, nuJ other distiu fjuisbej lU-publ.c-ai.e fi-.nu various art9 tf iho titnte at Columbus, on tlie -lib. of Jauuary, after mature consiilcrntioii, it was resolved tliat 'it masexeienl to hold tlie Stale Convention of tlie Ileubliein party of Oiiio for the nomination of a State Ticket at Columbus, on the 12th yf August n-xt. lu eonfonniiy to this rvqu st.the SUste Central Committee announces to the Republicans of Ohio .that tlie delegates fmm the various counties of Ue State will assemble in the City of Colum bus, on Wednesday, the I'Jth day of Augavt Xcxt, At 10 o'clock A. 31., for the purpose of putting in nomination catidiiliitos for the following utii--ces : for Governor, Lieutenant Governor. Secre tary of State, Treasurer of Stale, one Supreme Court Jii'lge. and one ...

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. — 22 July 1857

T II 13 Wesfeh) fiestfbe S.oijiclc . BircOOD iHFs, Proprietors. TER3I8 One Dollar and Fifty Cents, In advance; Two Uollar, if p-iymcut is not made in advauce. No papr discontinue! until all -irrearas;e. are paid .leapt at the option ot tne puhlutters. RATES Ot ADVERTISING -On. .qoare, twelve lines or less, first insertion do each additional insertion. ..... .... do one jrenr. . - - Two aqnarcs, three month,. ...... ...--- ao six srtouths.. da o-.o year One fowrtn T a column, three months do - do six do H SO 0 ou KSaiSSS V.i,.rtl" Unt IT? advertisements shouia be aiarket the number of times to bo inserted, otherwise they ill be contluoed aati I oVdered I allTansi charred for at theabore ruo. iryCasnal ad jruseuienu to be paid (ur when hand ,d in. JOB PIIIXTING. Having a superior assoftanent ot Job Printing mate rial, re are prepared to execute in the best manner, all kiada of plain and fancy Book and Job Printing, Address Cat ds, . Certificates. - Labels, Soilness Cards, Check Books,...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 22 July 1857

Variety. DON'T SHOOT THE BIRDS. itent ghoot tie birds, the warbling birJa, f Thot cheer yon with their song, That BH the air with melodies, A bright and happy throng ; That earul forth their native lay From shrub and lufty limb. And gaily sing their tuneful straiui From morn till evening ditto. Donl snoai trie birJs, the harmless) birda. That come with bud and flowers. That soothe the farmer's weary toil - Through summer's sultry hoars ; That build their nests and brood their young Bestde your cottage door. And linger near from early siring. Till autumn's golden store. Dunt shoot the birds, the sportive birds. That, flirt o'er hill and plain. That icAve when chilling winter comes. But soon return again; That warble out their hymns of praise With many gleeful voice, flinch claims the tidily catvs of life. And bids the heart tv-jo:"" [From the "Knickerbocker."] IMITATION OF BERANGER; SONG. I. " hey say it's wrong for yon and me" To love each other; girl, so well; Bat why It should 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. — 29 July 1857

SI SStrklq umih Sonrnnl, Druofrb fo fmfom, Sgrirulturf, literature, duration, lorul Intrlltgrnrr, anb tjjt flraa of tljt Daq. TERMS: OXE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CEVTS P AHMDB, IK DVAcr, PUBLISHED BY HiPGOOD & ADAMS. tMritE ILOCI. VOL. 41, NO 50 WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1 8 57. WHOLE NO. 2130. Poetry. HYMN OF THE HARVESTERS. . iTe gather them in the bright green leaves, With our scythes an J rakes to-day, Anil Uie mow grows big as Uie pitcher heaves Ilii lift iu the swelt'ring hay. D bo! a field! for the mowers scythe, TIuUi a ring as of destiny. Sweeping the earth of its burthen lithe, . As it sung in wrathful glee. Te gatlier them in -the. nodding plumes Of the yellow and ben Jed grain, And the flash of our sickles' light ill'.imos bur mnrSh bY? Uie vanquished plain, Anon, we come with the steed drawn car The cunning of modern laws ; And the acres stoop to its clanking jar, As it rocks its hungry jaws. Wc gatlier them in the mellow fruits From Uie shrub, the ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 29 July 1857

W&iskin ffiescrfo (oniric. C. A. ADAMS, HAWJOOD, xvi to ns. WASHES, WEDNESDAY. JULY 29. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. At a meeting of the Republican State Central Committee, in conjunction with the Republican members-of the Legislature, end other distin sruishcj Republicans from various parta of ihe after.ntature eomiJeration, it wm iveolved that h w expedient t hoU the State Convention of the Republican party of Ohio lor the nomination of a State Ticket at Columbus, on the 12th or: Anguat'Dfrt.. , . , ,! la e-unfortmty to tins vqnosl,the State Central CWiitteeannoutiCi-atothePu-piiblicansof Ohio that tlie deleciites fn.ni the various counties of will assemble in the City of Colum- bus, on Weduesdafe the 12lh day of August Xext, At 10 o-'eloei- A. M., fur the purpose of putting 1 l iu.Miiii.luiii Hn.li.l.t.d 1U H.II..U ln.p ..V. . ' es: Sr Governor, Lieutenant Governor. Secre- fury of State, Treasurer of State, one rmpremel J . i , i r. 1 i Cuurt Jadce, and one member of the Boar...

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 July 1857

THE tihstih) 3esflrbe Coiicle H1PSC0D k IbISs, Proprielors. TERMS One OollHrarut Fifty Cents, in sadvaacef Two lloilars if inymcut is not mad ia adraMce. Ho paper discontinued a itil nil -irreararet are paid accept at tli optioa of the puidnhera. ' - RATES Of AOVEKTISISO One aenare, twelve line or less, first insertion da . - each additional insertion. ......... da one year. .. - Twasawarea, three months.-.. da aixaaotitlis. ...... ......... do e year. ..... O.C fourth of a column, three months do do six do t so. Si S IIU 4 00 7 00 13 on (III 1? veuo do' do one Tear. longer adrertiseMcnu , inserted at a n"" Address Cards inserted for the year, at 1.0 per line. njAdTertisements should be markefltne nnmneror times to he Inserted, otherwise tier oil! ho continued ntil ordered and charred for at toe anore rates. jrjCasoal adv jrUsessents to be paid for when hand ca in. job rmxTixo. HsTine a superior assoitment of Job Printing mate, rial, we are prepared to execute In the best manner, al...

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 July 1857

Variety. THOUSAND MILES A MINUTE. BY A. S, BULLOCK. "The motion of Uie mrth nmnnd the) nn is nt th rete of sixty-oigbt thousand miles an hour." r Costsrocx. Sixty -eight thousand miles an hour I Why man, the deuce is ia it, , "What innehlesa proof of mighty power A.tlicmsnnd miles a minute! ., This won dermis ear keeps rolling on With all its land and ocean, The engineer is never gone Or varies in his motion. . 3fo "rannin" fast," no "rnnnin j slow," bursting of tiie buikT, Nothing to pay. of all who go, No one e'er gave a dollar. Kb upward grade, no downward grade. No stopping at the station. Cause for repair has not been made Since the All-wise creation. Since time began, ne'er left the track Or called for wood or water, No switching off, no running buck. Collisions cause no slaughter. Because the track is always clear, The watchmen never slumber, No train behind we ever fear, Obstmetions ne'er encumber. . The signal lights we oft descry, Tint no alarming token ; They glitter in 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. — 5 August 1857

PUBLISHED BV HAPGOOD & ADAMS. EHFIKE BLOCK. 51 JBwklq urailq Sourna!, Smith to rrrbora, Slgrirulto, liffrato, (BiViration, lord Sntrlligrnrr, anb tjj? Ilrms of tl;t Dai. TERMS: DOLLAR AND FIFTV CENTS rc Aiinva. m advakci. ONE VOL. 41, NO 51. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5 , 1 3 57. WHOLE NO. 2131 Poetry. [For the Chronicle.] MORNING MUSINGS. BY CORNELIA. As I git by my window where primroses bloom. The breeze is alt laden with sweetest perfume; The py lit'.le songster and meek, gentle i)otcm All hail the bright morning wuh anthems of lore. I look at the lilly, so pure and so white. Like an angel enrobed in parities'' light; Ch, thoa sweet and pure emMem of virtue and lore. Thy bright form is mirrored in spheres for above I look at the violet, so modest and Mae, It borrows from Heaven thit delicate hue ; The dew-drop is sparklinjr, in its neat little cap. And trembling with beauty it sweetly looks op. I look at the rose, how sweet it appears; The dew on its ch...

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. — 5 August 1857

Lltsrriit (Ctronuk O. A. ADAMS. EDITORS. WAREEN, WEDNESDAY. AUG. 5. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. At a trotting of tlio- Kepuiiiiran State Control Committee, iu co-njunc'.iuii Willi the KopulilicHn members of the LrgUI.-ittuv, nuJ other Jistin puisliej lfublic.nis (rum various jiarls of the State at Columbus, on the -itli of Jaiisinry, li7, utter mature coiisiikTutioti, it was ivtx.lvod that it was exiieilienl to hoU tin- StaU Cuiiwntion of the lb-publican jnirty of Ohio for the noiiiiiiation of a Stale Ticket at Oilumlus, on the of August m-xL lu confunnily to this r.ijit'Vt, tin- S'.ute Central ConimiUeoannoiHio-s to the Kepuhlicaiisof Ohio that the Jelerttes from the various counties of the State will assemble iu the City of Colum bus, on Wcduetday, the 1 2th day of August Xcit, At 10 o'clock A.M.. for the irof iuttine; in nomination cauji!ates for the following Un cos : for Governor, Lieutenant Governr, Si-ore-1 tary of State, Treasurer of Sluts', one Supreme Court JuJe.anJ one n...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 5 August 1857

THE We$f eh) esbe Clir-oqicic miCOOD t IDAHS, Proprietors. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty CVntsio rldvasice; Two Dollars, if iMtruicut is not wade ia advance. , Ho paper discontinued until til arrearage are paid Cteept at the option of the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING One square, ta-elre linn or leu. Brst Insertion, C SO do each additional iusenion I de one year...- -.- w) Two squares, three moiuUs. ... 4 ow do six aranlh....- W : do oe year :.- One-fourth of a culuma. three months B w do do six do ......... IS tJ , do do . one year SU 00 Lonrer advertisements Inserted at a reasonable rate. Address Cards inserted for the year.at $l,uu per line. UjAdTcrtisemenU shoo Id be marked the number of isvae to b, inserted, otaerwie uicy .in uc couiiunca Cntil ordered Oct, and charged for at the above rates. jrjCssaaJ advaruaementa to be paid for when hand ea in. JOB PRINTIXO. r. Marine a superior assottment of Job Printing mate rial, we are prepared to execute la the best manner, all kinds el ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 5 August 1857

Variety. [For the Chronicle.] TELL ME, YE WILD WINDS. BY AMELIA. O, toll me ye wild winds, That round our dwellings wait. Is there no spot on earth, - Where woman 'c nut assailed ? S me lone sequestered Isle, Where man was never, yet, Bis step has not defiled ; Where ronum hath no cause to fret ? The wild winds ighed there is no place, Wliere woman's not by man disgraced. Tell me ye snow-capped waves, That o'er dark waters roll, Is there no resting place. For woman's weary soul. Where profanity is not, Tobaeta is not found. And where no drunken tot, Eucumbcreth the ground ? The white caps danced a perfect storm. Saying men to demons are transformed. Look down, 0 God of Heaven, On this, our sinful earth ; . See man enslaved like brutes, " While woman shares the curse ! O tell iue when shall there be rest - From all these sinful passions, Dibaucherg, and rum, Tubae-at, smoke and fasiiionl I paused for answer, quick 'twas given ; Woman, there's rest for thee in Heacen. RE SURE YOU CALL...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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