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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 16 September 1857

SI itJitkh amid Sourna!, Deuotci) !o itrbora, Sgrirultiir?, literatim. (Saturation, loral Sutrlligrnrr, anb -firms of tl;r Dat. I TERMS : OXE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS. I rC AKHDM, 1 ADTAVCr. PUBLISHED BY BAFGOOD & ADAMS, curiae ntci. VOL. 42, NO. 3. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 6, 1 8 5 7. WHOLE NO. 2137. REPORT OF T. SPARROW AND AUDITOR WRIGHT ON THE TREASURY DEFALCATION. NEGLECT OF THE DEMOCRACY WHEN NEGLECT OF THE DEMOCRACY WHEN IN POWER, TO EXAMINE THE TREASURY. Breslin guilty of the entire embezzlement. GIBSON GUILTY OF CONCEALMENT. [CONCLUDED. We have said io a former part of the report that there is no doubt that the balance called for by the books of the Auditor and Treasurer, was in the Treas ury at two different times during the past year. We have just expressed ihe opinion that the deficit has existed a long time prior to the examination made by the Joint Committee and by the Audi tor of State. How, then, was the la'e Treasurer enabled to produc...

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. — 16 September 1857

5i-7iT 1 (.. tf 1. VLVUlilUll ilCSHUE IJlUUUJf. O. A. ADAMS. O. N. HAl'CiOOD, S EDITOK s. WAEEEJT, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 16 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET ft For Governor . . ' Salmon I. C'Isaxe, " .. For I.ieut. Governor- MARTIN WELKEfl, of Wayne. For.Tn.Ige of Paio-cme Crarl. MILTON SUTLIIT, of Trumbull. T Vr Trenstirer." ALFRED P,SlONli. of Franklin. for Sc-etarv of State. ADDISON J.V RUSSELL, of Vlinton. " For Ts.vird if Pn' t'c WoriiJ." J AC. BLICIyEXSDEKFER.Jr.; of Tns. REPUBLICAN CorXTY TICKET. yT Rt jtrrsrrfatircit. GKO V. HOWE. O. T, TOWNSEND. For FroVa!" Jml ji. GEO. F. JJIIOWX. For Prost-rntin Atiorrr 0. W. SMITH. For PbTiiT. A C. LYMAN. For Conotv Clerk. ALMCN 1). WEBD. F-r Tr!.i:r.T. - D. B.-GILMORE. Fr County Cynnaissiiwr. J. W. PAT TEN (i ELL. , For Director Countv Infirmary. JACOB EVALT. For (V-mtirrr E. XV. WEIR. j ' . ' ; : t ' ; ' ; j Will Have Office. In this paper we publish in full the ! card of Wm. Williams and John R eves. We do this in order that the Republican ; voters...

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. — 16 September 1857

TH E dtfcsfeh egeirbe 6lh?.iclc IUPGdOD 1 IDiMS," Propricters. TERMS One Dollaran.1 Fiftr Cents, in advance, Two Dollars, it payment is not made in advaMce. - No paper discnutinoeil antil all arrearage are pid fcept mt the option of liie pu'.Uis-ers. ' RATES OF AUVtRTlelSd .' One square. twelve lines ,r lea, first unertioo, t lo ach additiwnal insertion. - do - one ytNW. - . . - lTosoaares, three nwtita.. 50 Si (HI 4 M 7 V IS IM 8 00 13 M so ou do six nioiitn-. do or .ear... ......-. Oae loorth ef a column, three months d, . . eo six do H do - ,neyear tenxer advertisements Inserted at a reasonable rate. Address Cards inserted for the year.at SIIM pr line. JJQ Advert isements should he marked (he number of times to he inserted, otherwise they trill be eoatiuued Btil ordered oct.and charged for at thealiove rates. TrCuns) sdt .-rlisemenui to be paid for when hand edit. , , JOB PRINTING. flaring a superior assortment of J oh Printing mate ria!, are are prepared so execute in the best m...

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. — 16 September 1857

Variety. MY LITTLE COUSINS. BY WINTHROP MACKWORTH PRAED. E vui riJete? Certo Ri Jiama Cos fan tutti. Laugh on, fair eoasins, for to yoa AU life M Joyous yet ; Your hearts have all things to pursue, Ab1 Both in g to rt-gtvt ; Aad every fluster to you is fair. Anl every month is May ; Tuu've not beea iatnoJoerJ to Carv Laugh on, laug'tt oo, to-Jay ! OU Time will fling bis r-lou.U ore Umg Cmd those sunny eyes, Tb voice, vltoae every worJ is song, Will set itself to eiglis; Tour quiet slumbers hoea tad fears Will cb&se tliuir reft away; To-morrow you'll be sltedMing tears Laugh on, laugh on, to-day ! O, yes; if any truth is found In the dull schoolman's theme If friendship U an empty sound. And love an idle dream If niirtli, youth's playmate, feels fatigue, Too soon on life's long way. At least he'll run with you a league Laugh on, laugh on, to-Juy! Perhaps your eyes may grow more bright As childhood's hues depart; You may be lovelier to the sight, And dearer to the heart; You may b...

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. — 23 September 1857

PUBLISHED BY BAFGOOD &. ADAMS. .SL JBftklq amlltj Snurnal, Draoteb ta rotora, irulturf, literature, (Siiiiratian, Xoral SnWligenrr. an!t l)t firms of tjjt Duq. 1 TERMS: 5 OXE DOLLAR ASD FIFTY CE.VTH. J rim AlUTUst. 1ST ADTAdcr. VOL. 42, NO. 6. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 3, 1 3 5 7. WHOLE NO. 2138. Poetry. WATCH AND WAIT. BY F. LAWRENCE. Wslch and wait! In every trial. Peril, trouble, stress And strait. Strong fa faith And self-denial. Betr, bot bend not watch And wait ! "Watch through hoars of toil And sorrow. BeATCBWArd tarn the sleepless eye I ' Wait for sure as dawn the morrow, f Rescae for the brave is nigh. Watch and wait. Insulted nations. Trampled, taunted, wronged, oppressed, near the CTAngel of salvation. Watch and wait. And hope the best ; Foes of crowned And cowled oppressors. Prison-hound, bat spirit free. Freedom's martyrs and confessors. Faint not jet where'er you be. Through the bars of dangers dreary Hope's unfading sunlight streams. 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. — 23 September 1857

S&tsta. ghstr&t CJircirirlt. O. A. ADAMS. O. N. HAPOOOD, i EDITORS. WAESEV. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 23 HEPfcULICABf STATE TICKET. JVr 6renr. i - Salmon 1. Chase, if?' - For Lieut. Governor. r aLrVXTIN WELKER, of Wayne. r ' '. - for Judre of Bupresne Court.' - HILTON SUTLLFF, of TrumbulL ' For Trewarcr.. ALFRED P. S J ONE. of Franklin. Src-rtary of State. ADD ISO X P. RUSSELL, of Clinton. . Per Board of Public Work J. JAC. BLICKENSDERFER.Jr., ofTus itETUBLICASf COUKTV TICKET. Fr Snifir. " ROBT. W. TAYLER. for Reprtsentmtivr. GEO. W. HOWE. V O. T. TOWNSEND. or Probate Jorlre. GEO. F. BROWN. ftr Presecatinr Attorney C. W. SMITH. A. Tor Sheriff. B. LYMAN. For CoontyClrrk. Jlturv r D. For Treasurer. B. GILMORE. For County Commissioner. j. W. PATTEXGELL. For 'Director County Infirmary. . JACOB EW ALT. For Core n err E. W. WEIR. i Republican Meetings. Heelings will be held at the following places and times during the coming week; Hon. Joshua R. Giddings is expected to fill a number of 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. — 23 September 1857

- - ep j ftteieh esflrbe GoicJe lAPGOOD fc ADAM, f rsprifton. TEKlKOae Dollar-mil Firtr Cent, la adraereet Ttr Dollar, it' parneat is ot Matte la advance. lie iiNHtiiMd sntil nil irraiiN art paid accept st th eptioa at the eabliahers. sates of ai BKTisnra Otll kjtut, twelve lines or less, nrst insertion, t 50 do each additional insertion - da t WW Tm tMMMt. ikm ason-ha.--.. ......- . tH J .iv -sn-tlii . ...... " de ' " at. year........ 1 08 Oaefoarta af a colusaa, three months Ott do de si da da one rear. " UirT Advertisements inserted at a reasonable rate. Addma Carda inserted for the rear, at ll,W per line. JtyAdvertteements snoaia M marten me nur or i ta be La at reed, otherwise they will be continued a-tcil ordered Oct. an. charged lor at the abore ratea. JTjPCasual ads arttsements ta be paid (or when hand JOB PRINTING. Strike a superior auortment af Job Printing mate flat, wo are prepared to execute in the best manner, an kind 01 plain and fancy m aas oo ranting. Address Cat da...

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. — 23 September 1857

Variety. THE YOUNG WIDOW. She i modest, but not bashful. Free and easy, but not bold ; . . Like an apple, ripe and mellow, Hot to rw and tit too oW ; IlalfiaTlUnf. hm.lt repulsive. Hew advancing, an4 now shy, Tnete If mischief ia her dimple, . There ia danger in her eye. . She haa studied auusaa nature Sir it sefcooM ia all the art She ha taken her diploma As the Buttress of aij hearts ; She can tell the very moment - When to sign and a-bea to mile : O, a maid la sometime charming. But a widow all the while. Are you sad? how very serioiu, Will her handsome face become ; . Are yon acgry T she is wretched. Itoaery, friestdresa, tearfuLdamb ; Are yon mirthful? how her laughter. Silver-sounding, will ring out ; She can lure, and catch, and play yon As the angler does the trout. Te old bachelors of forty. Who hare grown so bald and wise. Tonng Americans of twenty. With the lore looks In your eyes ; Ton may practice all the lessons Taught by Cupid since the fall. But I know a little widow...

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. — 30 September 1857

PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD & ADAMS. drill BLOCK. SI Hhrkhj nrailtj Snurnnl, Druofeb ta rrrbom, Sgrirnltare, literature, duration, loral I ufriligrnrr. anit fyr &tns of fyt Daq. I TERMS: i ON'E DOLL A U AXL FIFTY CE.YT9. f AHKDH. IB ADTABCr. VOL. 42, NO. 7. WAKREN, TRUMBULL COUiTY3 OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 0, 1 8 5 7. WHOLE NO. 2139 Poetry. THE BLIND BAIRN. THE BLIND BAIRN. BY ISA. Isa vn3 discovered. tsars Chamber's Journal.) like a wild violet, by the -worthy proprietor of toe Scotsman, and notwithstanding her mechan ical occupation, is received and cherished by families in a more fiwperoos condition. Being a gentle, modest, simple, genuine Scottish las sie, we will allow her to speak to the hearts of our readers in her native Doric: The wee blind begger balrnie sits Close to that woman's feet. An there he nestles frae the cauld, An skelters trae the heat. I ken n&e if lie be her sin. Bat loudly does she speak. For blessed God makes woman lore The helpless and the weak. 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. — 30 September 1857

6 O. A. ADAMS. J. N. HAPOOOD, IDITOB8. WARREX, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 30 REPUBLICAN- STATE TICKET. ... For Gov enter. Salmon I Chase, For I.ieat. OnTwnor. MARTIN WELKER, of Wayne. . For Jerlc of Butn-eme Conrt. MILTON SUTLIFF. of Trumbull. ALFRED P. SI ONE, of Franklin. For Seeretarv of State." ADDISON P. RUSSELL, of Clinton. For TtiMr.l of Public Works.' J AC. BLICKENSDERFER. Jr., of Trs. REPUBLICAN' COIXTV TICKET. For Senator. ' ROBT. W. TAYLER. For RejtTtenttttireit. GEO W. HOWE. O.-T. TOWNSEND. For Prolate Judrr. ,GEO. F. BROWN. For Pret-rmtinjr Attorney C. W. -SMITH. For Sheiirf. A. B LYMAN. For Connty Clerk. ALMCN D. WEDB. D. For Treasurer B. GILMORE. For Connty Conmijfonrr. J. W. PATTENGELL. For Director Oarstv Infirmary. JACOB EWALT. For Coronrr E. W. WEI It. j I Republican Meetings. Friday Evening Oct. 2. Johnston "Center. John Hutchins and others. .Independence Corntrs L. Sutliff and C. W. Smith. Hollidays Mills, Liberty. J. D. Cox and others. Bailey's School House. U. II. .Hutc...

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. — 30 September 1857

T H K MesfeH) es-Tbc divide kjrircnon & jam, rreprktor. YEUBS One itallaravrl Fifty Cents, in araircf Two Ijntlars f -payraeut is not wte ia ad van cp. ., ti,ai.M- naid Ko wxr sccetH at the oftmu ( tin- salli -i, " ... , EATK3 Of A!VBR'SK One sqnare., tsretre line or krss. iTi-st Insertion, 5 do each additional inserir-n..- cW otte yrar - . Tiro wssasres, tfcree months ....... SO Ml 4 IM 7 VO il 00 e oo sj six mourns.. do or;e year. ...... ....-'..... sie-YoartIi of a eo fossa, three months so do six Ao .... 19 t si ilo one year SO 00 Confer aTniriT.rDt at rt?Mon&ble rate JLdtlma Carols inw-rtril for tlw yrar, at $1,00 per line, IjAdveniaeaieKisaranHi oe naritea id nnmner 01 to h snseiceaUotbcrsriae ihey will be continued ssotif ordered vet. and charced for at the a ho re ratea. JtjCaamal ad jrkaeraenu to be paid (or when hand 4 la. JOB PRINTING. riavinr a snperior assortment of Job Priotinf mate rial, wo are prepared to execute in the best manner, all kinds of plain and fan...

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. — 30 September 1857

Variety. [For the W. R. Chronicle.] QUACKERY-NO. 2. BY JONATHAN NUTMEG, ESQ. Quack Preachen next attention claim, Tha' differing in creed and name. They osva oae common feature, A mgUty bnmp or self-esteem That feels a match for any scheme, and grapple the snulimest theme That interests a ere iture. Kc has an I Jea, and bnt one A hvh'uy that he rides opou With studied ostentation. In Pu'i'it, School boase, every mhere. Let who will hear and who forbear. He'll cry aloud and never sin re. Whatever the occasirn. From Tarker, Oreeley, or Billon, Perhaps at first he got his clue Of "final restjralion And holds that the "nu.lying worm," Is bat a conscientious squirm. And "jienchless flame," a simple term Restricted to pro! ation. Perhaps the opposite extreme Supplies the one unvaried iheme A dread predestination That binds in chains the human soul. By fired decrees, beyond coplrol. To reach a predetermined goal. Of bliss, or reprobation. Or, may be, taking oilier ground, (Or, rather waier...

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. — 7 October 1857

PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD & ADAMS. (HTI1I BLOCK SI SBirklq arailq fournal, Ueuotfb to rotora, Slgrirulture, literature, (Btoratton, Xora! Inttlligenrr, anb tjp &ma of tjrr Daq. I TERMS : i 0E DOLLAR AND FIFTY CEXT9. I rEK ANNUM. IB S.PVAHCK. VOL. 42, NO. 8. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1 857. WHOLE NO. 2140. Poetry. ANGELS OF THE RAIN. BY ADA M. KENNICOTT. Pattering lightlj oy the pane. Crocs the crystal fooled rain, Aa4 we Hsten, lingering listen. While like pearl the (oft drape glUten. As we ases. to Is ear childhood, "Neath the gentle holy pell. Ia the eostage or the wild-wood. When the fair root-step fell. Aad we can mimttt believe. As we used to sometimes then, Til becsase the angels griere O'er the waywardness of awn: Aad that Heaven sends the showers. To rerire each drooping heart, Ira as they cheer the flowers, W hem the morning dews depart. Washing from the spirit's leares, AU the darksome dart of sin. Till each blessing it receives. Waken thankfu...

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. — 7 October 1857

Solcsfrru Scscrbc Clironklc. C. A. ADAMS. G. N. HAPCiOOD, EDITORS. W ARILEX, WEDNESDAY. OCT. 7. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor. Salmon IV Chase, . ' Tot Lieut. Governor. MARTIN WELKElt, of Wayne. , Tot Jnie of Snnrem Court. ' MILTON SUTLIFF, of Trumbull. For Treasurer. ALFRED T. S 1 ON E, of Franklin. Tor Sec-eUrv of State. ADDISON 1 RUSSELL, of Clinton. For Tiosr.1 ot PnWic Works. . ' JAO. BLICKENSDERFER.Jb., of Tits. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Senator. ROBT. W. TAYLER. For Represent ml ires . GEO. V. HOWE. G. T. TOWNSEND. "fFor rrobate Judge. GEO. F. BROWN. For ProTtirr Attorney C. W. SMITH. For Sheriff. B LYMAN. A. For County Clerk. ALMCN D. WEBB. For Trensurw. D. li. G1LMORE. Yor Cnnntv OimirssiuTur. J. W." TATTENGELL. ' For tirotor Cnnntv Infirmary. JACOB EWALT. F-r Cornnerr E. W. WEIR. J ' Republican Meetings. Thurbdat Evexixo Oct. 8. Barohistll's Srhcol House, Liberty, C. W. Smith and G. F. Brown. i Hartfoid Centre. John Ilulchins1 and otheis. Fridav Evesiso Oct. 9....

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. — 7 October 1857

-' " T H E k iifcsie Tcs?ibc GliftIcJc EirCtJSD & llllSS, Proprietors. TERMS Owe Dollar an A Fifty Cents in . asslvnn-"; Two Dollars ' payment is not - Made ia advance. ' Vs paper discontinued antil all arrearages are paid wcoeptastbw op&isi 6f the aohlisliers. . j RaXBS Or lOVERTIflXa One siara. tw.lv Itnei or less. Brst insertion. eac a additional insertion. . . d. DC y.jw-..-- ....... vwo snnarws, sltree onLht lj O . SUC BOB tbl ........-...-.- do ' ot. year ............. He-feartli of aeoloasn, three Months do do air do .... ... on 4 Ht ..- T UO ... 13 00 ... 8 00 ... 18 Of ..SOW da do .nejrear Longer aarertieementa inserted at a reasonable) rate. IJ,! CmrAm ioaeMd for the nar. at ll.UU per line. jfpAdTertisessents shoo id be narked I he nnmher of times to be inserted, etaerwiae titer erill be continued antil ordered oct.and charged for at the abOTe rates. HjvasnaJ advertisements to be paid for when haad ad ia. v JOB PRINTINO. Having a superior aasortiaeat af Job Printin...

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. — 7 October 1857

Variety. BOYS. BY JOHN G. SATE. "Th proper study of unkind it man, To muni perplexing one, no doubt, it woman ; The aubtleat stnily that mankind can scan. Of all deep problems, heavenly or human! But of all studies in the round of learning. From nature's Barrels don to human toy. To Binds well fitted for acute discerning. The very queerest one is that of boys. If to ask questions that pussle Flato, And all the schoolmen of the middle age If to Bike precepts wwthy of old Cato, Bo deemed philosophy our boy' a sage. I the possession of a teeming fancy (A Itbnugh forsooth, the youngster doetnt know itj Which be can use in rarest necromancy. Bo thought poetical, your boy's a poet. If a strong will and most ccarageous bearing. If to be cruel as the Roman Nero, If all that's chivalrous, and all that's daring Can Bake a hero, then your bar's a hero; But changing soon with his incieasing stature The boy is lost in maiihoodf riper age. And with him goes his former triple nature Ko longer Pact...

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. — 14 October 1857

' - A S.. PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD & ADAMS. Mrin BLOCS. VOL. 42, NO. 9. 51 SBwklq amilq Saurnal. Uructrb WARREN, !o rttboni. flgriraltart, TRUMBULL COUNTY, Xiffrnforf, (Stanfian. local OHIO, WEDNESDAY, Satdligenrr, anb tjyr firms OCTOBER 1 4, 13 5 7. of tjjt Saq. TERMS: O.VE DOLLAR AXD FIFTY CENTS. rc AHtrUJt, 19 APITASCP WHOLE NO. 2141. Poetry. OLD LETTERS. Thr"s a package of old letters in tint little rosewood ' box. Which the key tied to this locket, worn upon my heart, . unlocks ; . Win yon go and get the package, and the letters read to me ? I have tried to do it often, hot for Sears, I coald not ' - see. Toa hare brought them thank you darling now sit upon the bed, Aad lift gently to your bosom my poor throbbing, - burning, head ; Bead the blast words distinctly, that I lose not eren one ; Oh, the r recloos hand that penned them, its last word for me is done ! Bat if yoa shall ever see him, whom I nerer more shall see, . Tell him that the sweetest sclace his dear letters wers ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 14 October 1857

S&taferu gcstrfcc Crcnule. O. A. ADAMS. O. N. IIAP(JOOI, X DITO It 3. WARKEJT, WEDNESDAY. OCT. 14 -- The State Election. Ret iilw are received from only a few of the, trans, -and lt h impossible to form any estiKj'afc? of the result. , . ; I The Result in Trumbull County. The majoiity for Chase, is 1 71 5 .8 gain of 85 oiet the vote of 1855. The whole State Ticket .carried by about the r' -. v - ... same majority, n.t KepuDnoan Uoun ty Jictet is elected by a majority of about 4700, except Treasurer and Sher iff; the majority for Gilmore, Treasurer, over John Reeves, the Independent can didate, bsing about 1050. and that of Lyman, Sheriff, over Vm. Williams, about 725. There may he a very slight variation from these iigures in the oSIcial returns, but they are very nearly coriect. Reeves and Williams received almost the total vole of the Democratic party in the county. Speech of H. B. Payne. The dUhoncsty of the Democratic leaders was r.tver moie plainly demon strated than in 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. — 14 October 1857

-.-- rrTf V. 3(ferfJrq esttbc 6.ft.icJc H1PCCW) t 1DAIS, Fropritlon. TGRM-O OoilaraBd fifty Cents, ia advance Two lollar, if jmyment is aot tnade ia advaucv?.. S tsaper diawontioaed until nil arvesraeea Sara paid ttceptalthe ptiuc af ttareputlither. . V - KATK3 OF ABVKKTISIsa Ob aovvtVe, twelv line or lei. If intertiou, 9 do -- AaadilioalWieeruun.... es d. . .ne year--.-.-- Two squares, three mottUi. ...... do ! six rnoti tii d. ' ce j" One-foarth af a colaaaasi, three Mentha da-w ... ao six da f uu t ue! 14 Wl' 8 00! IS M Sv 00 Lonrer advertisements inserted at a reasonable n Address Cards iaaaartea for the year, at al.tai r Ha. TrpadTanlaewniu saauld be niarked the nimhtr of timea-ta Inserted, oanerwiae titer will b continued aotll ordered act.aod eaarged far at ta. aaov rate. "jCaamaa mi jruaoaent ta be Bid (or when hand ad ia. : w X ' " " JOB PIUNTINO. Raring a superior assartsnent of Jab Printing mate rial, jre arearepared to execute la the beat manner.all kind of plain aud fan...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 14 October 1857

Variety. CHIMES FOR THE TIMES. BY WILLIAM LYTLE. S not jwlou overmnca. Bat hope and time will nuke 70a better; There is a faita care cannot touch. Which leave, tbe aoul without a fetter. Oh! it Is bat a sorry creed. To loot for nothing bat deceiving To meet a kindness In yonr need. With a smile of misbelieving I The tide of 111 Is not so strong Man lores not always wrath and wrong . It cannot he that erery heart Is steeled so ranch against Its neighbor; Let each trith reason play his part. And Cm it erill spring from out the labor; Piogressing still life's Journey through. Be just and kind toward your fellow. Sewembering, whate're yon do. That doty spreads the smoothest pillow; And ne'er the hand of friendship spurn. Bat trust, ai.d man will trust ia tarn. Borne men there be. who deem It good. In trade to overreach a brother; And some who would not, though they c?uld. Upraise a hand to help another. They deem not, thongh conTalsion, wide May show the earth by danger shaken. That sti...

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