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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 21 October 1857

"ITBI-ISHED BT HAPGOOD & ADAMS. niit SLOCK. VOL. 4 2, jT0. 10. SI SBitfclq nmihj Sournal, Smith WARREN, fa irebom. Sigrirulto, TRUMBULL COUNTY, Xiltmlmt, (Btarafion, loral OHIO, WEDNESDAY, luWligmrf, anb tjre -firms OCTOBER 21, 18 5 7. of tjje Dai. i TERMS; OXE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CEXT9. WHOLE NO. 2142: Poetry. [From the Washington, (Iowa) Press.] A DREAM; OR, THE RECONCILIATION. BY U. K. BOOTH. [Published by Request.] Lonely and sad I wandered upon a nigh and lofty mound, beneath whose base In solemn grandeur rolled liissouris tarbid War;. Far beyond the eye's most distant ken ZxjiaiiAiTe lay a prairie's undulating form. Whose swelling bosom that rose to meet Tbe warm kiss of departing day, had long Since sunk in sireet repose, fur her stately Lord hsd gathered np his orient beams 4r.d gone to light more distant clur.es. The moon with all her starry host, with Silent step and modest mien came forth And o'er the scene smiled sadly; for night With mystic wheels had rolled along her ...

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. — 21 October 1857

! EDITORS. O. A. ADAMS, O. N. HAPGOOD, WASHES', WEDNESDAY. OCT. 21 Ohio Election. The rrecise TnwioriVv- for Chase is not yet asctitained, but there is little or no doubt of his election. The whole Re-j publican State Ticket, with th exeep- tion of Blickensderfer ( candidate lor Board of Public "Works, ) is also proba- blr elected. -The latest news is the f0l-j lowing dispatch to the Cleveland Leader, CINCINNATI. Oct. 19. Forty -"eight counties official, with ported majorities from the Tost, give Chase 1.917 majority. All the Iw pub-Jand State ticket except Biickensderfcr'culity. for Board of Public Woiks. elected. Tj. -., . , ... , p. ' . Legislature two thirds Deraocra'ic. rr.. , - , . . T. ,. , Ihe legislature is Democratic, proba-; , . , , . . . i i vij iu wuiii uiaiiLiira, vri miiitj' 1U luc lower Hou-e. ..w tnui - -i- ui'i mill lucic, l. at . r i . . i suit. o party ever fought against such , . , , ? , , odd and conquered, as have the Repub- , ni. . ... . Iicans of Ohio in thi...

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. — 21 October 1857

THE ftfcsf eh? Tjeserbe Chicle HlFGOeD k ADAMS, Preprielen. TERMS One noilarantt Fifty Cents, in advance; Two Dollars, it jwymcnt ia not snade in advaacu K. paper dlacontiuoed until all srninjd are paid accept at the apt kju of the publishers. .RATES OP ADVERTI5INH Oao sqaarc, twelve llnea r less, first insertion d. each additional insertion. .... da one rer - Two nfraica. three month.... 4 . six anths-........... . ...... d. - - yar -- 0e-fe.rta f .column, three uw.Uis .-- A, do sis' do ......... da do one rear Address Cards inserted foe tree year, at fl.tw per line. ' . ir7"'u.r?.!???"l!:!eounirv I so Si e i 7 no 'I oo ' 12 w 00 j times tee inserted, othenriae Utey will he continued antil ordered Oct, and charged for at the abore rates. rjCaaual ads .inisemeuu to be paid for when hand . 'JOB 'PRINTIXO. HaTlBf a aaperior assortment of Job Printing mate. rlal are are preiwl-U to execute in the beat manner, all kind of plain aud fancy Book and Job Printing, Crrtifirstes. Labele. Chec...

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. — 21 October 1857

Variety. [From the Little Pilgrim.] THE HOUSEHOLD BABY, What a joy to bum eye. "When it langhs, or when It cries. What treasure, what price Is the household ksby ! Be It temper riling, falling, I It cooing, crowing, calling, 'lis the uae dear, prscioss darting It the hmsehoH bsby t If the sceae would be dreary. If the hearts within grow weary, 'Baby wakes, and all is clKery- What a rush for baby ! Ifiasu'i eyes grow bright with Joy Grandpa laughs and "grandpa's hoy 'Gladly leaves his last new toy To play bo )-eep with baby I Sifters from fieir snusic ran. Slaud has canght "the sweetest one," Grace bends down in girlish fun To ssake horse for baby I -- l"p to eTerything we know. Hands and feet "upon the go," " What a fanny creature though, . Is the household bal-y ! Bring the rnppy the cat. Let her pal', and pinch, and pat. Puss and pop were made for that, Made to please the 1 aby ' B:ing those china rases, mamma. Set th mirror and the hammer !" Anything ti irake a clamor, . And deli...

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. — 28 October 1857

i TERMS: OXE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CUTS. tsm llfOXi I ADVABCC "PBT.TSHF.D BY EAPGOOD &. ADAMS. nc unci. SI aBrrkli) arailq Sournal, Dftroffb to rcttom, ifultni?1 literature, duration, lord iuMliprr, anb tjje 3Stras of Daq. VOL. 42, NO. 11. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 13 57. WHOLE NO. 2143 Poetry. A TESTIMONY. BY ELLEN ALLEYN. I said of Isoghter: It is Tain ; Of mirth I ssi A: Wh-it profit it J ... .Therefore 1 1 fraud a be?, and writ Therein, how ease, and also pain. Ilosr health and sickness, eT one Is T&nitf beneath the sun. Man waJii In a Tin shadow; he Disqsietrth himself in Tain. The things that were shall be again. The rtrers do not fill tlie sea. Bat tnrn back to their secret sonrce ; The winds too, torn upon their course. Oar treasures moth and rust corrupt. Or thieres break through and steal; or they Mate themselves wings and E, swsjr. One man made merry as he supped, Kor guessed how, when that nisht grew dim. Ilia sonl would be required of him....

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. — 28 October 1857

Sfllest cr Scscrbe Cjir8nitle. C. A. ADAMS. J O. N. HAPOOOD, : I EDITORS. WARREy, WEDNESDAY. OCT. 8 Banks and Brokers. There is a class of geotry who male U their sole baiaes to collect the bills of different bant, retard them 4o the banks and draw oat the specie. Tl:ej then sell the specie at a premium, take bank bills rn return; again, draw out the ppecie and Wll" it. T'a j thus make a profit for thetaselvts, but to the commu nity atlarjjejthey are perlect nuissaces. During die prevalence of a money press-are, or panic, when sptcie sells at 5 to 10 per cent, prtmium, as was the case a few days ago, one of these mefi, vit!i a capital of a thousand dollars, may -make 8100 per day, if he can exchange his money and draw, out specie once ia twenty-four bonis while he is at ihe same time diminishing the amount of money iu circulation just eiie thousand dollars, per day, because the specie does not en ter into general circulation, but is hoard ed up, or sent off to tbe cities to pay debt...

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. — 28 October 1857

i T UK 30:sfehj esbe tllrccle HA? 11083 4 1DASS, Proprietor!. TE1 MS ttie Dollarmia Fifty Cents in advance; Two Io)lar, it payment is mot made in aa rawer. So paper ditrwiinu.-a a.itil ll M-rrora;es art paid axel at the option of tbe pabli ers. RATS Ot ADVERTISING On iqurf.'lnln lines or less. Hrt iusertloa. t do cacti additional insertion. do o:x rr AT. . - .... - -Two squares, three monllis... so 55 . 4 HO : tie l j oe oo IS I 4. tix auiuint.' .......... ...... do o -e cxr One-foarlkot a column, three suouths da do tix do ..... j. do oaeyear. ......... SO 00 toneer advertisement, inserted at a fMnlile rate. Tarda inserted for the year, at 81 AN wr line. Jj"AdTertisements should be marked Ihe noml-wr of ctases to oe tuseneo, wnumiir uj .in aa-.il ordered ...Land char fed for at the above rates. JtTCaanal ad jrUacmeau to be paid tor when hand od in. JOB PHINTTIXO. Marine a auperior atioitmeut of Job Printing mate rial, we are prepared to execute in the beat manner.all kind of plain ...

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. — 28 October 1857

Variety. MUSING OF AN OLD MAID. "Colon dwrllt in Palace., In a Cotiag. 1." jancrlatif. doren Children; Ne'er a one hare I ' All day krnr, the rocks, the crtulU. 3toi4 Bwrnent I, Crying children, all around hr. She sings "lull-a-by And the younger of the twain U, N'aucy. and not I. Nancy hatha scolding hutbaati, 5e'cr a one have I, &ancy atendi hit pants, and stockings, Kane" to mend hare I, Xaney flirted when a maidn Never flirt did I. Xaaey's now with lorroa laden Not a bit am I. Nancy cheek is pale and sunken. No sunken cheek hare It Kancy know est nought hot trouhle, !C ought hat treasure, I, Xancy is a married sroman. An old maid, am I, Hat the worst off, of the trrain is, Nancy, and not T. ' i LINES BY BUSTER—(NOT BY GOLDSMITH.) When merchants fondly trust to paper. And find too late that banks betray. What art can help them through the scrape, or Suggest the means wherewith to pay t The only way to stop each eroaker. And pay the banks to whom they trust; To bring repentanc...

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. — 4 November 1857

PUBiisnr.D bt XXAP-iOOD & ADAMS. lirllE SLOCK. H SSrtklq nmilq Soumal, Sruottb !o mbom, Slgririilftirf, Xiftratart, duration, lornl SnWIigwff, anb tl;e l&njs of tl;t Saq. TERMS: OXE DOLLAR ADD FIFTY CE.NTS. rem abxsm, m aotahci. . VOL. 42,' NO. 12. ITAKREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER i, 1 3 5 7. WHOLE. NO.. 2 144 Poetry. Poetry. [From the London Ladies' Companion.] AUTUMN THOUGHTS. BY FRANCIS BENOCH. The leaves are fulling! let them fall ; TU Heaven $ supreme decree that all fht live, amst di ; A little while their glory shone. A little more and they are jane V lu death tuey lie. k . v . . Dad sre do death, what then were birth t A cam'erer af this pleasant earth, 11 Where all is fair: . . Through death alone is faun J a room Tor tn Id in ( hope, for mental bloom, , w . And aianhool rare - Deny ns deal h destroy the chance Of sonl mature, the proud ad ranee, . K intellect. Controlling, conquering every plan : -That mri the onward march of man To Lih respect. ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 4 November 1857

Witsltxu guscrfct amcle. O. A. ADAMS, I O.X.HAPGOOD, EDITORS. WARREN, WEDNESDAY. KOV. 4 Paying Debts, just at tts juncture, it would be wen it someof the clt-rjy wott!d preach from .. the text, "Agree witk thine adversary - quietly, whilst thou art in thewsr wiih him." It wt ulJ be particularly appro pfiale, in ibis riciniiy. . - " There is Urge class of men, who, lfnnnfrll lBwin(r imnU mAani at Inair a 1 - 1 . . j ii e .i - mnm m u 1111 I w Durn n 1 1 ! u r n I I ti ! v i n . 4ebtedness, take advantage of aa occa sion like the prerent, io stare oT all ; tmall debts by pleading hard titxu a, scar ' city of money, dee., tlus forcing the me chanic tradesman, and the laborer to wait for ' fib. 1 sums which to them are of great importance alway particu larly so now, and preventing them from paying to their creditors, and they in ' turu urinble to pay those whom they owe, and thus causing embarrassment and distress through a larg circle of com munity. This practice is not only sa premely...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 4 November 1857

THE " - I1PG0CD k i Sm, Proprietors. TEBMS OsMDollaratad FlflT Cents l drawee Tw DaUars, if pHfroent to mot mate I advaMCCk B paper diacontlaovd ntil all arrearage x Pl accept at tk .pti.a ( Ik pwMt.S.era. KITES Of ABTlBTISINtl 0a sowar, twelve Hoe ar leas. Bret lns.rU.., t a. k .JJitiansI l.Mrlio. .. .... M rnmr...... . ........ M Tn aqaar, tare ateauu eix BMBtba..... ....... . "a. nr.n y mr. ............. Owe-rVarth aT a cluma, tkrw. awlil . aiz d. rf. d. .a. year 7 00 19 0 a oo IS 0 MOD tracer advertisements laaartad at a reasonable rata, ildrru Card ineertea fat Ha year, at $1,04 per line. TrAdv.rliseseut shaala marked th. aamber of time ta be iuserttd. .tkcrwise tkey will a continued Ulll arderaa A,aa chaffed for at the above rates. XtTCuaal aW jrUaaaMnt ta b paid far wkea kaad 4 la. " " : JOB PRINTING. aviag a eaperlar aasartsaeat af Jab Printinf mate ' rial, n are prepared t execate in the best maaaer.all klads af plaia aed faacy Book aad Jab Pristine, Address Cat de. Certifi...

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

Variety. KINGS OF THE SOIL. f ! Black win any nestle heloa a crest, JLttdcriaiauetaracrosrii, A food heart beat ncatli tl.t TastUu tnl, ' As under a silken gowa. hall tans be toll of the chtets via told ' .Their sinews ta crash ami kill. Ani sever a word le sans or heard Of tie men srtoVeap rd atill I I bow In Hunts t the-s'nvly 'lironr Who jrreet the yoansr morn with to:I .d tie Uwnlrn I riv nj earnest son Fua71 be thi Tna Sixes or mi Soil ? Then sine for the kings who have no cre-ra Bol tt.-e hlec sky uVr their head lucrer Saltan r Dey had such powtr as tlirj Te withhold or offer bread. Irmtl shiia may hold bnth sitrer atrt The wealth of distant srruiif; But shij s would ra. and l-e valued cot. Were there bare to till the land. The wildest heath, and the wildest brake. Are rich as the richest fl-et. for thy frlaadeu the a i;d idr.is a hen they wake, Aad five t':ej& f od to eat. . And. with illing hand, and spade and ploa.h The gladdening hour shall conie. When that bich is eal...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 11 November 1857

PUBLISHED BY HAP300D & ADAMS. urui BLOCK. VOL. 42, INT0. 1-3. & tBrrklq amilq Scurnal, Draotfb WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, to mbora. irnltare, litrrafurc, duration, Xoral SuWligrnrr, anb ijjf Jta of NOVEMBER 11, 1 3 5 7. tjye Daq. TERMS' OSE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS, rem Asrca, i adtajtci. WHOLE NO. 2145. Poetry. ASK ME NO MORE. BY ALFRED TENNYSON. Ask me no more: the moon may draw the sea; The clond may stoop from heaven and take the shape. With fold to fold, of moantain or of cape; But, O too fond, when have I answered thee? Ask me no more. Ask me no more: what answer shonld I glreT I lore not hollow cheek or faded ere: Yet. O my friend, I will not have thee diel Ask m no more, lest I should bid thee lire: Ask me no more. Ask me no more: tliy fate and mine are sealed; I strove against (he stream, and all in vain; Let the great river take me to the main; So more, dear love, far at a touch I yield: Ask me no more. TEMPT ME NO MOUC it rujsasca riser. Tempt me no m...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 11 November 1857

O. A. O.N. ADAMS, HAPGOOD, EDITORS. W ARSES', WEDITESDAY. KOV. U. Holding on for Higher Prices. large portion of the farmers in Trumbull County we in easy circumstan ces, and do not feel compelled ro sell j their products few less than they think it possible produce may bring in the course .of a year. These w the men who raise the larg est crops sd hare the largest surplus to dispose .of. For the last fjur or five years .high prices have ruled, and they tiring that the present rates for produce re too low, and are holding on to their :produce with the full expectation of re alizing as much as before. Men seldom take it as a favor to be told that expec tations of profit cau never be realized, but.ungracious as is the task in this in stance, we tball take the libeity of doing o; feeling fully assured that in the end they will be better satisfied with us than .if we were to take the opposite course. We are co speculators, and have no per sonal interests to serve in having low prices fo...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 11 November 1857

5' THE - SUesfety 1csc.be oSroK?ic)e fllPGOOD ADAliS, Proprietors. .TERMS One Dollsiraiiil Fiftr Cents, in Mdvance; Turn Iollar, i!' payment is not aade in advance , .No paper discontinned until all arrearages are paid Yoxeptatthe option of the pablisicr. RATES OF ADVERTISING Ob square, twelve lines or less, first insertion, t do each additional insertion d. one year..---- ....... ........ Two squares, thre months 50 Si 6 (XI 4 00 7 Ml 13 00 8 00 12 l SO 00 do aix monins. ... do oce year. - Oae-fovrtJi of a column, three months do do six do ..... j do onerear. ......... longer advertisements Inserted at a reasonable rate. Address Cards inserted for the year, at $1,00 per line. IJ'J' Advertisements shonld he marked the number of Maes to he inserted, otherwise they will be continued anil I ordered Oct, and charred for at the above rates. 2JCaomao adv srtisements to be paid for Then hand ed in. JOB PRIXTING. flavins; a superior assortment of Job Prtntin j mate- rial, we aro preparea to...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 11 November 1857

Variety. [From the Boston Post.] NOTHING TO PAY. BY M. D. F. Soloing to wear and nothing ts eat. Ar, nothing at all to thinning th. street there's nothing worth tinging at this time of day Bat the glorious freedom of "Nothing to Paj-." My friend round the corner, you tee by hit look, II compelled to take care of bii wit. s of Uic lni.-.k ; While hit neighbor next dour it s radiant ana gay Ton may bet on your life be bu Jiotliing to Pay." John Smith In hit office eltt calm and sedate; The Tare has submerged him. he yiilds to hit fat?: Ilia notet bare laid ever, they Ye oat uf the way; For tome time, at least, he haa -Nothing to Pay." Tim Xoolan, hit porter from over the si-a. It as free from all care at a lark or a bee; Tim Meases tii gcds. at he m.istras hit e!ay. That, unlike hit employer!, he's "Nothing to Pay." The school-boy who sigLs for tbe beard of a man. And to be independent as toon m Lr can. May comfort himv-If that, vhat:Vr the delay, TJutil twenty-one b: has Koihi:ig t P...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 18 November 1857

PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD & ADAMS. CUP IBS BLOCK. a SBttklq amilq Sournal, Ufuotrt) ia rwitoni. Sgrirulturf, literature, duration, lornl Sntflligfnrf, unit tjre Stma of tj?t Daq. TERMS: S OJTE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS. J rem abhch. i aotabcc. VOL. 42, NO. 14. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1 3 5 7. WHOLE NO. 2146. Poetry. THE MEMORY OF HERNDON. fiunn! that tempest va U17 crowning hoar! Shoving the school in which thj heart ni trainea 3ad aerrant thoaf lie lent hii wondrous power. And thine the glorr of a sufniri. . Thoo sowJ'st the setd of noble histories! A thousand lives will be more rich and grand. Am looking to that night of miseries. Against King Death the, see thee calmly stand! We hare no "Golden Boot," as Venice had. Emblazoned with oar names of high renown. Else would thy country, emnloas, jet sad. On its Illustrious pa;? write thee down! Bat each white sail that leares our grateful shore. Speeding away beyond the horizon's dip, Should bear these words,...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 18 November 1857

SiHtsfa Qtstxht critlt. O. A. ADAMS, G. N. HAPGOOD, XDIT0B.8. WAREEJr. WEDNESDAY. SOY.? 18. Pauperism. A town or county is bound to support those paupers only, who are horn in it, or who, in various ways specified by law, hare obtained a "settlement" within its limits. The action of Commissioners of Immigration of New York City may be ef interest financially to our readers. "At a meeting of the Board, last week, it was stated that (he Applications, by paupers for quarters and relief, are unusually numerous, and in the expecta tion that the privations of the poor will be very cieat the coming winter, the Commissioners have it under considera tion to send as many poor people as pos- j ible to the west." A. 11 Evany. Do the Commissioners mean to remove by force families reduced by poverty and sickness, to a distance from New York City, which (hey have choen for their homes, and send them traveling over the ountry in search of a living and a home? Can (his be done rightfully? . It may b...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 18 November 1857

w T H" E - -"'". fcfch) i&tfbe. Gijfroii).c.e liPCOOD t IDllS, rropritton. TERMS One Oollarand Flftr Cents, la jadrance t Two Pollai, if pajrirtenl to not anatte ia advance. , Mo paper discontinued antil all arrearages art paid scant at the option of the publisher. RATES Or ADVERTISING Oa aqaaxe. twelve Tines or la nrrt insertion. B 50 4a each additional Insertion 9j do one sear V" TnmtuM. thr. months.... ... S Ou do six month. i - ' J do ore year ' One fourth of .column, three months " w do do - six do 1 J o do .never 80 00 Longer advertisements Inserted at a reasonable rate. a.l.lm. Cards inserted for the rear, at fl.M per line. frj" Advertisements should be marked (he number of timet to be inoerted, otherwise they will be continued antil ordered ocl.snd charged tor at tneaoove rate. JtfCasaal adt stUaementa to be paid for when hand d In. JOB PRINTING. Saving a aoperior assortment of Job Printing Mate rial, we are prepared to execute in the beat manner, all kinds of plain and ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 18 November 1857

Variety. WHY DON'T YOU TAKE THE PAPERS BY N. P. WILLIS. Why 4oa you take the papers I They're the lif of my delight; Faces about leet.aa time, . " And then I read for spit. falser, bo! you cannot loie a eea Why should we be afraid T Tor cash thas spent is mosey lent Od interest, foar fold paid. An old newspaper friend f mine. While dying from a cough, 2esird to Jcar the latest sews. While he sras coins; off. 1 took the paper and I re.i Of some new pills in force, lie bought a box and is he dead? No hearty as a horse. 3 knew a prteter's de'-or once. Racked ailh a arorchinc ferrr. Who swore to ay her dt nest da If her distress would, leave her. Next dxy die was apaio at work. D. rested of h?r pain. But did forget to pay the debt Till bUea down adun. -Here, Jessie, take these Silver wheels f Go par the printer stowT fe spoke, and slept, and tbea awoke With health apoa her brow. I knee? to men a much alike As e'er job saw two stomps, And bo phrenologist cnnM find A difiercace ia their b...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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