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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 8 August 1855

ITItl !S!IK.! IIV HlPaOOD &. ASAAX5. orite clock. VOL-. 39, XO 5 I 3 ilwkh) amihj Souninl, Druotrb WAIIIIEN, la TRUMBULL COUNTY, irulturr, liirratiirr, (Bbiirntion, loral OHIO, WEDNESDAY Sntrilirnrr, iv.ti I'jr slms AUGUST 8, 1855 of iljc Dnij. TERMS s ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CEXTS FEB AHHUM. IB ADTABCI. WHOLE NO. 2027 Poetry. [From the Western Literary Messenger.] THE LOVED ONES AFAR. BY FLORUS B. PLIMPTON. When nielli wind are trailing. Like spirit in thrall. And Death walks in darkness Tbion'h hamlet and hail ; Kind Angftis of Mercy, WhereTer they are. Watch over the 8lumlers Of loved ones afar Oar hearts dearest treasures. The loved ones afar. Whe'er they may ander. O'er land or o'er sea, Thoa father of Angels We trust them with thee ! Be thoa to earth's pilgrims The day )eam and star, The staff of the weary The loretl ones afar Oar heart's dearest treasures. The loved ones afar. While life hath a pleasure. Or hope hath a cheer ; While the heart can feel kindness. Or sorrow a 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. — 8 August 1855

(ftjltsftri! Hfscrfc Cbroniric. I C. A. ADAMS, (i. N. HAPliOOD, E DITOKS. WARRES, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8. Republican State Ticket. FOR OOVEUXOK, SALMON P. CHASE, of Hamilton. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, THOMAS II. FORD, of Richland. FOR AUDITOR OF STATE,' FRAXCIS M.WRIGHT, of Champaign. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, - JAMES H. BAKER, of Ross. FOR TREASURER OF STATE, WILLIAM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. FOR JUDGES OF SUPREME COURT, (ros thk Ft LL nu.) JACOB BR1NKERIIOFF, of Richland. (fo nut vacasct.) CHAS. C. CONVERS, of Muskingum. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. F. D. KIMBALL, of Medina. FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, ALEXANDER G. CONOVER of Miami. Republican Nominating Conventions. Tfce Bepublicans of Truraluil Comity are hereby called upon to tend their Delega'..-;. to a Commt v Xoxni Bating -Convection, to oe he'd on UtnicwjiT, Ctrni at or Acorrr hut, at 10 o'clock A. 51., at Empire Ball, in Warren, to put in nom. nation candidates for the following office , to wit : Two State Representa tires, Sherif...

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 August 1855

T 1 1 ', Aff i04 ftvtT-tdv l" in TaiA Ww&Tu i) tSwlj Uir.5 i 581 US, frij-ri'larx. j Tjitxs I1 w I r.ily Cejlts. i a ivanc. : T.fn iloHar?. if IKtvD.cr.l i. ! ol ii:nie tl. . i. mm- No papsr (liicohl:i iv- 1 til ti! ali i 'T -. except at the or-Lin:; tCi:.,.- i-n'ili-l., r. P. ,TTf! 'K AU. i::;TlsiNO. Twelve line, ur ;r:e in? -il-on, " t J n r -t are paM, . " " eaeii I I i i-.r.al il Twvlve lines, or le. t..r- e 1:10: .1 " J - Tiventy-four '.'.iic?. three no'i.tU. - t -.elvo li Thirty-six lines, t'-re- uio:ttii . .. i,: A Ivcrtisirff ovr;iiis r.:uonrt.t tl.c r.t;- oi" lar pr eoii'.tiin. A'Mress Car-is, inserte-! fnr i e-r.ut 81 tOp1"! JOB IMUNTIXr.. HiTinr (!! !..,ct-.1 a'?ortini-i!t of J.' ''rinlin nmtyial, v-r nre ir!virr l to execute in ttif i-t "".ur-," " " i' A'Mrcsii Cr" l.ws iini. n. i in-a Itaotnost Csra. -iir Blattkt, lawym liiuui, I Oirr.ili.rs. lliinctl PlI.:;Oi!t Is. I Ct.iloacuel, : 1i.it Bills. Krafts. nil!. B!i.1l RCi'1ii. store K'l'.s, rertifi'-t.tes, P..-.!:i rh...

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 August 1855

Variety. SUMMER'S BACCHANAL. BY BAYARD TAYLOR. Fill the cap from some secretest fountain. Under granite ledges, deep and lor, Where the crystal vintage of the mountain Bans in foam from dazzling fields of snow ! Borne lost stream, that in a woodland hollow Coils, to sleep ils weariness swyjt. Hid from prying stars, that fain would follow In the emerald glooms of hemlock spray. : Till, dear friend, a goblet cool and sparkling As the sunlight of October morns Not for as the crimson ware, that darkling Strain the lips of olden drinking-horns ! We will quaff, beneath the noontide gloving, Draught of nectar, sweet as fairy dew : Coached on ferny banks, where light airs blowing. Shakes the 1 cares between ns and the bine. We wiU pledge, in breathless, long libation. And we hare been, or hare sworn to be Fame, and joy, and Lore's dear adoration Summer's lusty bacchanals are we ! Fill again, and let our goblets, clashing. Stir the feathery ripples on th brim ; Let the light, within tne boso...

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 August 1855

it,3 5 FLvi 3 t'S hx3 fc mm pi'ru tviiEi) by HAFG03D & AD1KS. EUrll I SLOCK. 51 itfrrkh nmili SoiirnnI, Drnofrb la fmhm, irmttirr, litmiturf, uratioii local Sfatrlligtiuf. anil tfjt Sinus of t Uai. TERM81 ONS DOLLAR AND FIFTY CHT rsa AMUCK. ISTDVAXCE. . VQf.. 39, NO 52 WAUKEX, TJ1UM 15 IJL L COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1 5, 1 855. WHOLE NO. 2028 " ' " " - - - - - - . 'J, jfflj fit mm mm m mi mi m mm m m Wl ' Poetry. [For the Chronicle.] HARVESTING. BY W. F. PORTER. Down where the Ulussums glow, Don where the water's flow, Down near the woods where the cool lephjrs lark; Half rn the shade-i, and Half in the open land, Slanis a roujrh harrest band Busy at work. Brown are the reapers there. Brown are their hands so bare. Swiftly they movalou; ovtr the ground ; See how their sickles fly. Glancing like sntili ht by. And the tall jrolden rye Flleth around. Ob ronie the binders thn, gwatth are those hardy men. Baking and biadmg the sheaves as they go ; Baking the yellow stalks Over ...

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 August 1855

SStsta JRtstrfre Cjpnirit. C. A. ADAMS, ? G. N. HAPGOOD, J KDITORS. WARRElr. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. Republican State Ticket FOR GOVERNOR, SALMON P. CHASE, of Hamilton. FOR LIBCTKNAKT OVERXOB, THOMAS H. FORD, of Richland. FOR AUDITOR OF STATE, FRANCIS M. WRIGHT, of Champaign. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, JAMES II. BAKER, of Ross. FOR TREASURER OF STATE, WILLIAM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. FOR JUDGES OF SUPREME COURT, (ro tbi nu ma J JACOB BRINKERHOPF, of Richland. (f tbc vtc&acr.) CHAS. C. CONVERS, of Muskingum. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, F. D. KIMBALL, of Medina. FOR MEMBEROF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, ALEXANDER G. CONOVER of Miami. Republican Nominating Conventions. The Republicans of Trumbull County are hereby called upon to send their Delegates to a Cf Nomi Bating Convention, to be held on Widkmut, S9th at or Arcrrr hut, at 10 o'clock A. M., at Empire Ball, in Warren, to pot in nomination capdidatee for the following offices, to wit: Two State Representa tive, a Sheriff. County Treasurer, Prosecu...

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 August 1855

THE MJes.er, escrbe j.'o.).clc IliPafina i ADAM, Proprietors. Ttwi-fw tV.Har an I F.fty Cents. !n advance; Two aVHars. if payment is itot ni-t-lr iii advance. No paper discontinued uilil all arrearages are paid, ncept at the apuo of the pn',l'':er- BATKS OF AUVKUTISISG. Twelve lines, or lets, one insertion, . - " i " three " " each atoitlorotl UiscrtiuD Twelve lines, or less, three months, - - " - ii " - twelve " "Twenty-four Hues, three mouths, " - six tnln -Thirty-ix linea, three months "l " six " " " t reive " so '.i I u 4 I 6 W 5 ( 9 Ml 12 t 7 00 19 00 IP OS Advertising over this amount, at the rate of fifty dol lars per column. Address Cards, Inserted for Ihe year, at .1 00 per line. JOB PRINTING. Having a well selected assortment of Job Printing materia!, we are prepared to execute in the very best manner all hinds of plain ana iancy boos ana oo Printing, Address Or, Cheek Books, Bill Reads, Business Cars. -itices' Blanks, Lawyers' Blanks, Circulars, Handbills, Pamphlets, atal...

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. — 15 August 1855

Variety. THE UPPER CRUST. Tht woican b Bks th contemptible blonder In ratting oppit, To thorten the nnpr crust more this the antler. Is Ttrj unwise; a - - . , Kot only psoori-mi, meagre and prewn. Bat called in the paperi "decidedly eaB.w Jhtf look thro th!a World, nnd ytsc'll find that the wpper Are erer more short, -Ifore testy hi ten-per. more etintf d at topper. More brief in retort BeeiUec in their zlih for splendor and dash The)- often fH abort of health , credit and cash. A bbss of deception Is erer a lover, TThereTer hes found : ' And life U a hook in a fine showy corer. Most spend idly boo nil " .Each leaf has an edging of pold. bat wlthip It Is dark wits inscription of folly and sin. If strangers yo meet at a weddinj or party. Bestow ot yo!r trust. -Toar confidence, frank, vnraspectingand hearty. On short apier crast Or yottll lenrn bat not pastry alone hath the sin Of an ontside nrach better than which is within- - Tow. will find tve sane spirit perradirg all classes The ...

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. — 22 August 1855

" - ' - "V Pl Bl TSilF.n liV CHFIKC ILOCE. ) VOL. 4 0, NO 1. 51 'IBrrklij Amilq Sounml, Hfitoffb 'Iir .fim'tDniilgrifulttirf, Ijtfrntarr, duration, -.lornl- W A 11 R EN, T II U 'SI B If L L COUNTY OJiro WEDNESDAY SirtrlliAtnrr, .anb tl;e Hrras rf AUGUST 22,- 1355. tl;t Daq. - TERMS: ONE BOIXAB AND JPU'TT CENTS FEB A9WVM, UL ADVANCE. WHOLE NO: 8029. t Poetry. From the Ln:ulon Farmer Magazine. THE HARVEST HYMN. Gd of ike rolling rear! to Th?e Our song ehallrise, irhose bounty oura In many a gixxtly gift.ith frt . Ami liberal haud.feur Autumn stores; Ka&retlingf of our floclc we alw. No soaribg clouds of incense rise. But on Thy hallowed shrine we lay Our grateful hearts in McriGce. Borne on TIi hreatli.the lap of Spring Was heaped with many a tt looming flower; And smiliu? Summer jnyel t iiring Tbe muhi.ieind the pentle shower; . And Autumn ''ttich luxuriance now. The ripening teed, the-tartin7 shell. The go Men sheaf and lad en e J l-ouU, . The story f Thy bounty tell. No tueuial...

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 August 1855

Itsta Qtstxh Gimidt C. A. ADAMS, O. N. HAPCiOOD, EDITORS. WAILREN, WEESESDAY, AUGUST 22 Eepulican State Ticket TOR GOVERNOR. " SALMON P. CHASE, of Hamilton. OR "LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, THOMAS II. FORD, of Richland. FOR AUDITOR OF STATE, FRANCIS M. WRIGHT, of Champaign. FOR SECRET A II V OF STATE, JAMES II. BAKER, of Ross. FOR TREASURER OF STATE, w WILLIAM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. . FOR JUDGES OF SUPREME COURT, (ro the rcLL Ttmt,) JACOB BRINKERHOFF, of RicLland. FO THE TiCAHCT.) CHAS. C. CONVERS, of Muskingum. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, r - F, D. KIMBALL, of Medina. FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, ALEXANDER G. CONOVER of Miami. Republican Nominating Conventions. The Republicans of Tromt.nll County are hereby called upon to send their Delegates to a C.nafs Komi Dating Conrention, to le held on Wkdxesdat, 29tii aT or Acotrr mxt, at 10 o'clock A. M., at Empire Ball, in Warren, to pat in nomination candidates for the following office, to wit : Two State Represents Urea, a Sheriff. County Treas...

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 August 1855

THE 31csfeh7 cscrfcc fiijirocJc HAP.tJQ3 i Frpr;.-!orc. Tn One Dollsr .in 1 r'ifi j Cent, -n a-irance; Twe V.illars. if payment is n.t n'.-!e tn a ivarr. No paper discontitaiid Wftil all trre..r.ia are paid, accept at the option ui ibe n..i:iri.er. . RATES 0? ADVEUTISISG. Twelve Una, or less, one insertion, " twa " tiirre . each atditloual inserticn. Twelve linealor leas, three months, - aix " - twelve " Twenty-foer It ncs, three mutths, -aix " " - twelve Thirty-sir lines, three months " " six " " twelve " Advertisine over tliia amount, at tlie rate or fifty dol lam per column. Address Cania. inaerted for the year, at 8 1 00 per line. JOB PKINTIXO. Haviu? a well selecte.l assortment of Job Printing material, we are prepare! to execute in the Tery best manner all kinds of plain and fancy Book and Job Printing, Address f"" Cheek nooks. Bill Hearts, Business Caraa, crises' Blanks, lawyers' Blacks, Circulars, Handbills, Patuphlet. Cataloncuea. Show Bills, Certificates, Drafts. Bills. Ba...

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. — 22 August 1855

From the Knickerbocker. LADIES STOCKINGS. ' A clothes line in yonder garden - GotM wandering among the trees, . tut ob It two Tery long stocking. Are kicking in the evening breero, . And lot of fancy dry goods - Wfeoae- estnre I cannot define. Are wildly and merrily flopping , -.About that tune oU line. . - t And a Try fin young lady ; At the parlor window iewi ; , " And I rmtktr conelade II you tried ft, t You'd find she'd fit into them hoM ; Bne's only a half length picture, .. Foreshortened below the brent, ' But the dry goods which dance oa the tight rop. Out yonder, jusf make out the rest. a Eo dreamlike, she seems so gentle ; You'd think her too good tor earth .; And I. feel lLal a holier spirit Isbanirhing vulpu-mrrtn- t To its worldly home by JingoT Trust a Moorish that muslin throws, i Ana how oxcomnonly taper Those stockings go off at the toes. ' eyes I like the sky when It's blueMl - . 0 hair I like the eight without a star t 0 muslin and hose 1 1 can't help it ! Ye still...

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 August 1855

i A i PITBI ISIIKD HV H.APGOOD & ADAMS. CMPIkE SLOCK. - VOL. 40, NO 2. I SBwkh urailq Staurnal, Dranffii WAR REX, la mbora, Slgrirnltait. literature, (Bburation, loral THUMB ULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY Intelligmrr, anh tl;e 3leai5 AUGUST 29, 1 855. of tjje Dai. TERMS t ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CSITO m JkMMVMt UT ADTASCI. WHOLE NO. 2 03 0- Poetry. For the Chronicle. FANNIE DARLING. BY EMMA. Night steals on, but twilight lingers. The dim shadows quiet lie. And (he sunset clouds are floating Dreamily across the sky. And then floods of pale, sweet moonlight Bathe the gentle sleeping flot'n, While into my heart is stealing Starlight dreams of childhood's hours. Bright y now the dew-drops glitter. And the beauteous spangles rest On the rose, the azure hlueoell. And the lily's snowy crest. While fond Nature's tears are falling. Shadows gather 'round my heart; Yet my soai has naught of madness. Though the tears unbidden start. But sometimes when I am dreaming Of our Fannie dear, who died Wh...

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 August 1855

Mtsiih gtfsctk-Cjjroaide. C. A. ADAMS, ) O. N. HAI'UOOD, S EDITORS. WARREN. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29 Republican State Ticket. j ' FOR GOVERNOR, ! SALMON P. CHASE, of Hamilton, j FOR LIECTESAN T GOTERXOR, . j THOMAS H. FORD, of Richland. Cr- - j, FOR AUDITOR OP TATE, j t FRAXCIS M.WRIGHT, of Champaign. ! ? : FOR SECRETARY OP STATE, i JAMES H. BAKER, of Ross. FOR TREASURER OF STATE, WILLIAM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. . FOB JUDGES OF SUPREME COt'RT, S (FOB TBK FCLL TERM.) JACOB BRINKERIIOFF, of Richland. (FOE TI1IC VACXXCT.) rvrx i ci n nnvirrDo -r I i: FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. F. D. KIMBALL, of Medina. . j i-r:--- v FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF J'CJJLIC WORKS, ALEXANDER G. CONOVER of Miami. The Economy of the Present State Administration. ... , ministration, e. t - In our paper of the 1 5th inst., we re- fT 1 1 rl -tii l-i n m ft rtn ,mm Art f .-if tVia TtiKllJ 1 V Ml AJ ii r v m v ii v vi tuts . uunv j Works, -by the pro-slavery office holders, ! and now for the benefit of the tax payers .s generally,...

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 August 1855

THE io4 5 i v , tf..;...-,? - JJwrSTu i) TZ?ii IIAPL'nna i AD1W-S rroprklcis. TkMs 9u- P .Kar an I F -fty Oct '. iu . !nl; To Bollnrs, if p -.-incirt ' ' ' tti "- tn-.-. No t!" iieo-::i- I a Ml ! i.-' -.K-' a are j'airl, XCI't at tbe ojitiou o! Lie p.. ;r-?.i.-rs. BATES OF ADVERTISING. Twelve lines, or less, one insertion, " t-o " " three " " ech ai!it;onal inse: Tirelre line, or less, three mnuLks, - six " " " iwelre " TwoMty-.ar lines, tree inni.tlts. -" six " M twelve " Thirty-six Hues, three mmitlif 8 1 H Hi' 1- i r:.:e of fifty ilol- " " twelve " Advertising over Uiis amo:ii!t, at t lArs per eolMuin. Address Cards, ioseru-.l for t u-j tr.:-.t 51 rt'f-i-r li-ic. joij im:intix. Ilmvint: a arell sclect. i assirt!E(r:it of J! Prii:t!r. nwterial, we are prepared t exeriite iu tTie very beat manner all kinds 01 !ain and faney Book and Jub rintinfr. Checia Bill n-a, -tir-"' JiUnV, fjsn-.vers Blanks, Phow Bills, Ccrtificattr, Bnte Checks, Basinefi Carari, Circulars, Mor Bills, Bill ; L...

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 August 1855

Variety. From the Ohio State Journal. ODE TO A MUSKATEER. We trust the King of the Mosquitoes will " lite doun" on the perpetrator of this, and send in his bill for damages : Yoa wiked blad-sucker, why dosnt Too urn yare li Tin nun w beside Li tin down on peeple and insurten jure Long bill to git bind, litin on Foakses note, and when tha git mad an Begin to slap, leave ? Haint ju got no feelinks f Grate seeser ! how rude git nocked if yoa was As large as sum tn leged blod-snckers as is Konnd here, wot wares lloas. Whi doant 70a Lite doon stil, as tha do, and blede em foar Tha no it, withowt hollerin all the whyle T Tor a kanable 1 ye do a big bixnis on a Smawl fikail, yn sack more blad owt of a Feller th in a clefant can, an yure) smeller Ailit haff as long. Tn waik np fbaks When tha ar sleepin and tha swair Tangent, flow da yn work it tn ksap Tore bill so sharp, si thorn grindin 1 Whl Doant yn pek wnrms owt ot tress, A etc insex, yon long leged enss f What tewn is it yon syng so mu...

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 September 1855

Pl'BIISHKD BY HAPGOOD & ADAKS. unit slock. 3 'IBrrkh urailq lounml, Dfuotrb la mbom. ilgrirulto, litfrafair. duration, loral Statrlligrnrr, anb. tjrr Hems of tjit Daij. TERMS: OWE DOLLAR AND FifTY CE.flt in Aaavm, ! adyocc. VOL. 4 0, NO 3. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 1 855.: WHOLE NO. 2031 Poetry. THERE'S NO DEARTH OF KINDNESS. There do de-trth of kindnesi In tiiii world of oars ! Only in our blindness We gather thorn fur flowers ! Outward we are spornicg. Trampling one another 1 While we are in) yearning Ac the name of "Brother !" There's no dearth of kindness Or lore among mankind. But in darkling loneness Hooded hearts grow blind I Full of kindness tingling. Soul is shut from soul. When they might be mingling In one kindred whole ! - There's no dearth of kindness, Tbo it be unspoken ; From the heart that buildeth Rainbow sir iles In token That there be none so lowly, But have some angel touch ; Yet, pursing lores unholy, We lire for self too much ! A...

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 September 1855

Witsitxu Qtstxh Diurit. C. A. ADAMS, ? G. N. HAPGOOD, S EDITORS. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 5. Bepublican State Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, SALMON P. CHASE, of Hamilton. FOB LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, THOMAS H. FORD, of Richland. FOR AUDITOR OF 8TATE, FRAN CIS M.WRIGHT, of Champaign. FOR 8ECRETARY OF STATE, JAMES II. BAKER, of Ross. FOR TREASURER OF STATE, - WILLIAM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. FOR JUDGES OF SUPREME COURT, (rol nl FCLL TOM J JACOB BRINKERHOFF, of Richland. (FOB THxt TACAjrCT.) CHAS. C. CONVERS, of Maskingum. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. , F. D. KIMBALL, of Medina. FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, ALEXANDER G. CONOTER of Miami. County Republican Ticket. FOR SENATOR, ROBERT W. TAYLER. FOR REPRESENTATIVES, RALPH PLUMB, GEO. T. TOWNSEND. FOR SHERIFF, HEMAN R. HARMON. '" FOR TREA8CRER, . JOHN REEVES. FOR RECORDER. S. M. CARTER- FOR PROSECtrrWO ATTORNEY, CHAS. W. SMITH. rOS COMMISSIONER, DW ARD D. KING. EOR SURVEYOR, J. K. BURNHAM. FOR DIRECTOR COUNTY INFIRMARY, HENRY L. RUTAN. FOR CORONER. . JOHN W. M'...

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 September 1855

tiii: Slksfe.'.) cscirbc f.o.?.ek ttJPCSOD i AB1W. Proprirlars. fne:--i:urnni! ri.ty Cents, in ndvaoce; Twj suUa., ii" pnj ii.-j:tt is not liiHile in mlvatir-. No iaperdicoiitit:n-d until sit -irreArAjT are laid, except at the option of the pu. -liters. KATES OK ADVERTISING. Ooe square, twelve lines or less, first insertion. $ card a-lililtinl insertion.... M three ninnlhs...... ..... .... " " " one -ear. ............... ..... Two squares, three month.. ........ .... . - aix " one year........... ....... One-fourlh of a column, t'trec months . " " aix " ...... - one year......... Oae-he.f of a column, three month six one yetr... One column, three months...-. " " aix - M one Tear .- ............ . 8 V . 4 n . fi M- . 4 li . 7 W . 13 fHi S Ui 1-; . en 12 l ro 34 (.11 20 lO 34 MO 00 Address Cards Inserted for the vear. at 91. 00 per line. J r'Advertisements shoulj be marked ihe numt'Cr of times to be inserted, otherwise tbey m ill be continued until ordered out. and charged for at the ...

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. — 5 September 1855

Variety. THE MOSQUITO HUNT. Kot ft sound wu heard, tut a horrible ham. As around oar chamber we harried. In search of the infect, whose trumpet and drum. Our delecuble slumbers had worried. We sought for it darkly at the dead of the night, Our eoVeriid careful I j turning, ' By the struggling moonbeam's misty light. By our candle uimly burning. , Ko useless garments confined our breast. But in simple night dress and slippers, 'We wandered about like spirits distressed, , Or the sails of piratical skippers. , 6hoit and few were the words we let fall, Lest the coise should alarm the mosquito. Bat we slearf a:tly gazed on the whitewash d wall, t And though: how we had been bit, oh ! We thou?1 as we rose from our restless bed, And reiiiiuished our pleasant pillow. That we'd not return until he was dead, And we were seeure from his bill, oh! But half an hoor bad seemed to elapse, , Pre it m t with the wretch that had bit us. And raisiug our boot gare gome terrible slaps, " Tl -t msiv the...

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