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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 12 September 1855

SI VdnV nmilq Sournal, Draotrb la .frcrtiom, iru!turt literature, duration, local infriligtnriY anb -tre Jlrras of fyt'Saq. TERMS ONE DOLZ.AS AND FIFTY CENTS rEX AUtrUM. IV ADVAHCI. , PUBLISHED BY . . HAPGOOD & ADAMS. unit iiici. ) .VOL.. 40, NO 4. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1 8 55. ' WHOLE NO. 2032 Poetry. THE LETTERS. BY TENNYSON. Still on the tower stood the vane, A Mack yew gloomM the stagnant air, I peer'd athwart the chancel pane And itf the altar cold and bare. Aclog af lead n) round my feet, A band of pain across my brow ; Cold altar. Heaven and eartlf hall meet Before yon hear my marriage tow," I tarn'd and hnmm'd a bitter aong That mock'd the wholesome human heart. And then we met is wrath and wrong We met, bat only met to part. Tall cold my meeting was and dry ; She faintly smiled, she hardly moved ; I saw with half unconscious eye She wore the colors I approved. She took the little ivory chest. With half a sigh she tnrn'd the key. Then rai...

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. — 12 September 1855

SStsta Jfttstrfce Cronu"le. C A. ADAMS. O. N. HAPGOOD EDITORS. VABJLEH, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 12. Republican State Ticket. FOB GOVERNOR, SALMON P. CHASE, of Hamilton. FOR LIBCTINANT 60YERN0R, THOMAS H. FORD, of Richland. FOB AtmiTOB OF STATE, FRANCIS M.WRIGHT, of Champaign. FOB SECRETARY OF STATE, JAMES H. BAKER, of Ross. FOB TREASURER OF STATE, WILLIAM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. FOB JUDGES OF feUFBEMB COURT, (FOB THE rCLL TxkM,) JACOB BR1NKERHOFF, of Richland. " ' (FOB TBC TACaWCT.) CHAS. C. CONVERS, of Muskingum. FOB ATTORNEY GENERAL, F. D. KIMBALL, of Medina. . FOB MEMBER OF BOARD DF PUBLIC WORKS, ALEXANDER G. CONOVER of Miami County Republican Ticket FOR SENATOR, ROBERT W. TAYLER. FOR REPRESENTATIVES, . RALPH PLUMB, GEO. T. TOWNSEXD. FOR SHERIFF, HEM AN R. HARMON. FOR TREASURER, JOHN REEVES. : FOR RECORDER, S. M. CARTER. FOB PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, CHAS. W. SMITH. FOR COMMISSIONER, EDWARD D. KING. - BOB SURVEYOR, " . J. K. BURNHAM. WOM. DIRECTOR COUNTY INFIRMARY, HENRY L. RUTAN. FOR CORONER...

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. — 12 September 1855

THK 31esich) eci-be ..'0.).ck fllPCnOD k ADOS, Proprietors. TERH8 OncDol'.nrnna Fiflr rents in advance; Two Dcllai4-, if p5n;cut is uat made in advance. No paper discontinue! until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the publisher. RATES OF AOVKKTISIKG. One square, twelve line or less, first insertion. - " each additional insertion.- " three months. "aix 44 44 .nerear - Two square, three mo n tin . ... . ix - one year - One-fourth of a column, three months.. ........ " - ex 44 44 " one year. ...... ....... One-half of a column, three month "aix 44 44 44 one yeir One coinmn, three mouths. ...... ............. t 50 ?3 5 5'J 4 ' 6 Ml 4 I' 7 0 13 OU 5 10 H SO Ml u i-0 141 34 (0 Ml 34 00 aix - 44 one Tear - ..... .. 60 W Address Cards inserted for the rear, at I.Cu per line 71?" Advertisement should 1 marked (he nucjer of time to be inserted, otlw wise they ill be continued mntil entered oat. and charred for at theaboTe rates. ITpCasoal adrertiiements to be paid for when han...

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. — 12 September 1855

Variety. [From the Ohio Cultivator.] THE PERPLEXED HOUSEKEEPER'S SOLILOQUY. SOLILOQUY. BY MRS. F. D. GAGE. I with 1 had a dossa fairi - Of hud. tola vvry rnloaw ; IM na put nil tin thing! w right Ths ntj 4miC Is In It. Her,, nbif washing to be done On pair of hands to do it Sheets, dura and stockuigs, coat and pants. How will I t'er get through It T Dinner to get (or iiz or more No loaf left o'er far 8un.lay ; - And baby cross at he can li re He's always at on Monday. And there! the cream. Ml getting soar, ' And man forthwith be churning ; And here's Bob, wants a outturn on Which way hall I be turning I Tia time the meat was in the pot. The bread was worked far baking. The clothes were taken from the boil 0 dear 1 the baby's waking ! Hash, baby, dear ! there, hush ah sh I 1 wish he'd deep a little. Till I could ran and get some wood, Te horj np that kettle. Oh dear 1 oh dear I if P cornea home. And finds things in this pother, ' He'll just begin and tell me all About his tidy mother...

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. — 19 September 1855

3L HJrrklq arailq Saurnal, Draotfb "la rftbom, ifiilturf literntarr, (Bbumtion, local Sntelltgtnrr, anb tjt Htms of ijre Daq. TfeRMS ONB DOLLAR AND FIFTY CKXT IU AUWVM, 1ST ADVAKCS. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1 855. VOL. 40, NO 5. WHOLE NO. 2033 PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD Sl ADAMS. Iltllt BLOCK. Poetry. [From the N. Y. Recorder.] HEAVEN. Oh, Heaven is nearer ibu mortals think. When they look with s trembling dread At the misty future that stretches oa . From the silent home of the dead. Tit bo lone isle in a boundless main, No brilliant but distant shore, micro the lored ansa who are called away Mast go to retarn so more. ; Ho, HeaTen is near at ; the mist, reil Of mortality blinds the eye. ' That we see not even the angel-hands . Oa the shores of eternity. Tet oft. In the hoots of holy thought, .. To the thirsty sonl is given The power to pierce through the mists of sense To the beauteous scenes of HeaTen. Then Tery near seem Its pearly gates. And sweetly its ...

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. — 19 September 1855

Witsttm Qistxh CJnmitk C. A. ADAMS, I G. N. HAPGOOD, $ E DIT0K8. VAEBEy, VEPSESDAY, SEPT-19-Bepublican State Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, SALMON P. CHASE, of Hamilton. FOB LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, THOMAS H.FORD, of Richland. FOR AUDITOR OF STATE, FRANCIS 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, , . , (rot. the itm. tskmJ . JACOB BRINKERHOFF, of Richland. (rOK THE TACAJrCT.) 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. ... . County Republican Ticket. FOR SENATOR, ROBERT W. TAYLER. FOR REPRESENTATIVES, , ' RALPH PLUMB, GEO. T. TOWNSEXD. FOR SHERIFF, HEMAN R. HARMON. FOR TREASURER, JOHN REEVES. - ' FOR RECORDER, S. M. CARTER. FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, CHAS. W. SMITH. FOR COMMISSIONER, - EDWARD D. KING. EOR SURVEYOR, J. K. BURNHAM. FOR DIRECTOR COUNTY INFIRMARY, . HENRY L. RUT...

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. — 19 September 1855

T1, F - - 20esfeh TfccSrbc Silicic BIPuCOD & IDiis, Propriclors. TERflS One Rollarand Fiftr Cents, ia advntH-ei Two lollai, if payment is not made ia advasc?. ,. lis paper discontinued until all arreararee are paid, except et the option ef thepubiisiers. BATES OF ABTBRTI?rSO On square, twelve lieee or less, first insertion. - . each additional insertion. ........ throe months.. " " t'x " erteyeer.. ................. Two squares, three months ....... - six eoe year........... One-fourth of a column, three month " six ........... one year. ....... ....... One-half of a column, three months. .......... I so 55 9 5 4 (Ml 6 flU 4 KI 7 SO IS OH 8 OH H Id. 90 00 1z 00 2fl 00 .one year.. Oneoelama, three months..- 34 CO 34 on one year...... ........ ou w XtMrm Cards inserted for the year, at 1.0u per 'ne- Ifx Advertisements should be marked ihe number of timet to be insetted, otherwise they (ill be continued antil ordered oat. and charged for et the above rates. IQCasual advertisements ...

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. — 19 September 1855

Variety Variety SOLILOQUY OF JOHN SMITH. IT Wwi KHK) rr S -1, M tubMrtbt tor I'll Km watt will . ' tbould low druwa or Ifceativir, Or otter fce-tti "ap', . ... I never p4 to hM of tr I tea ot tek Ur paper. -" mj there's r neighbor. JoUvmb Stoat, ... Ht hrvt hear U pew. Ant) -uttpi newt to talk about H tr Etta - blue. , - While ether jawn with epnul. Bis U Ii light a rap I The cause U pUlp to hK aa y Be always takes the paper. While neighbor Stout ha all the new. And knew each oon eat prlc. And always minds hi " and q'l By taking good adTice, - I cannot tell the price at ealrei. Of poultry, eoffee, tap or Any kind of roerohaodis- Because I take do paper. Though 1 hare stndlea which require Much time and mental labor, . Trt I can (par a little time, Ai well a Stoat, my neighbor. Though tin b precious. I can its A longer audnight taper. Ad thai take tin to read the news Therefor I'll Uk a paper. Bat now what one ahall I (elect t go many greet my Tiiion ; One atabborn fact which I detec...

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. — 26 September 1855

PUBLISHED BY EAPGOOO &. ADAMS, curiae BLOCK. VOL. 40, NO 6. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 1855. WHOLE NO. 2034 Poetry. GENTILITY. - Genteel it is to hare toft hand. But not genteel to work on lands; Genteel it is to lie in bed. Bat aot genteel to eaia jour bread; fleatael it if to cringe and bow, Bat not genteel to and plough ; Genteel it is to play the bran,- Bat not genteel to reap and mow ; Genteel H it to keep a gig, - Bat not genteel to hoe and dig ; Genteel it U in trade to fail. Bat aot genteel to awing the Bail ; Genteel it l to play the fool. Bat ot genteel to keep a acbool ; Genteel it is to cheat the tailor, Bat not genteel to be a tailor ; Genteel it ij to fight a duel. Bat not genteel to cat your fuel ; Genteel it U to eat rich cake. Bat not genteel to cook and bake ; w Genteel it it to have the Maea, But not genteel to wear thick ihoet ; Oenteel it it to roll in wealth. But not genteel to haTe good health ; Genteel it it to eat a friend, ' ...

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. — 26 September 1855

Witskm Qtsttbt Commit. C. A. ADAMS, G. N. HAPGOOD, EDITORS. WARREN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28. Republican State Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, SALMON P. CHASE, of Hamilton. FOR LIECTENAXT GOVERNOR, THOMAS H. FORD, of Richland. FOR AUDITOR OF STATE, . FRANCIS M. WRIGHT, of Champaign FOB SECRETARY OF STATE, JAMES H. BAKER, of Ross. ' - FOR TREASURER OF STATE, WILLIAM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. FOR JUDGES OF SUPREME COURT, (roe. th rru tkikJ JACOB BRINKERHOFF, of Richland. (FOB TH VACAJfCT.) 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. Comity Republican Ticket. FOR SENATOR, ROBERT W. TAYLER. FOR REPRESENTATIVES, RALPH PLUMB, GEO. T. TOWNSEND. FOR SHERIFF, HEMAN R." HARMON. FOR TREASURER, JOHN REEVES. . FOR RECORDER, S. M. CARTER. FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, CHAS. W. SMITH. FOR COMMISSIONER, EDWARD D. KING. . EOR SURVETOR, J. K. BURNHAM. FOR DIRECTOR COUNTY INFIRMARY, HENRY L. RUTAN. - FOR CORONER. . JOHN...

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. — 26 September 1855

Til K illcsich scirbe mr-nOD i .Dm Proprietor.. . TERMS 0elH''an(l Fifty Cents, In advance; Two Irt.Uars if pnymeiit is not made in advance , . Ms paper discontinued oirtll all arrearage re paid except l th' option te pulli!er. RATE5 OV ADVERTISING. On rout, twelve lines oc less. 6rt insertion, V . .ln i. nl insertion. ......... -J miuni i - .i j;i ... ..ii mMmitn - three Months. 4 - x - one year - Two scuarea, three month -- six ........ ...... one year ...... One-fourth of a column, three month one year ..... Oae-ha'.f of a column, three month. ... " - six " - one yeir One column, three month. ....... -- " six - c no 4 oe 7 Ml 13 TO 8 00 li Oi SO 00 ii no 90 on 34 on o no 34 OV 60 00 Address Cards inserted for the rear, at 1 1 ,00 per line. Trp Advertisements should lie marked the number times to he inaerted, otherwise they mill be continued until ordered oat. and charged for at the above rates. TrpCMueJ advertisement to be paid for when hand cd in. JOB PRINTING. Having a superior...

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. — 26 September 1855

For the Farmer. CURING BACON WITHOUT SMOKE. '." "On, Oi trouble folks have taken .-1- T noke and spoil their bacon." ' To smoke l!ie besl Jincon, fat your hogs early' anil fui llieni w til. By fattening early you mate' u great wiving in foodj and well fattened fx.uk. Tlien kill as early -ms the weather will allow, and salt msguii us the anin.al heat is gme, with a plenty., of tilt purest st.l?, bimJ about half urf ounce - of salipore to one hundred pounds of pork. ' As soon as the meat is salted to jour taste, which will ffeiieinllv b-.' in about fiv wefks, take it out. muJ it my of i hat let o covered iih biine, l.t it thai a little. Then take black p!'P''ri fi.it-U ground, and dust on flli si i- . and oj the hock end as much as will .stick, thin hog it up in a good, clean, dry, airy place', t ll toll this is done as it should be, (L ought to he done .now,) you will have no further trouble wiih it, ior by fly time in spring, your bacon is so well cured on the outside, that flys or ...

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. — 3 October 1855

Pl'BUSHKD BY XIAFGOOD & ADAKS. CMrikE I LO C K. VOl. 40, NO 7. 51 ttrkk ainilq journal, Druotrb WAR REX. ia jFrrrbam, Sgritulturr, literate, vBtomtion, lornl TRUMIiULL COUXTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY Sirftlligrnrr, anb tjjt littos OCTOBEtt 3, 1 8 55. of tyt Dai. TERMS : ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENT FEB AlfSUK. I ADVAJCB. WHOLE NO. 2035: Poetry. For the Chronicle. THE DREAM LAND. Of all lands, from tkoee of the North, Weak an-1 cold. To rtie l-right, tunny South lan-ls f silrer an 1 goM, There's not one to vie in its l-eauty, I'm told - With our fairy dream-land. Iler florera art- the fairejt; her brcer.es are pare; Her joy are the rarest, the richest, aud ure; And if ire would Tint those realms, they say. Bat let fancy loose, and we're ever away la our fairy dream laud. - Iuli a has bostd, and rriies her-f still. On the beauty of rirer. and ralley. nd hill; But re Tiait a far TiM-r laud at air will Ti oar fry dream kind. Her riera are hrirht li;aid-siiTer. that whirl In banks that art frem...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 3 October 1855

Mtstttw gtstrit Cjpnitit. o. a. A. ADAMS, N- HAPUOOD, XDITOBS. WAEJLEN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 3. Bepublican State Ticket. , FOB GOVERNOR, SALMON P. CHASE, of Hamilton. FOE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, THOMAS H. FORD, of Richland. FOB AUDITOR OF STATE, FRANCIS M. WRIGHT, of Champaign FOB SECRETARY OF STATE, JAMES H. BAKER, of Ross. FOR TREASURER OF STATE, WILLIAM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. FOR JCDGES OF cCPREME COURT, (pok m ptll nuj JACOB BRINKERHOFF, of Richland. (rO TH VaCUITr.) CHAS. C. CONVERS, of Muskingum. FOB ATTORNEY GENERAL, F. D. KIMBALL, of Medina. FOB MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, ALEXANDER G. CON OVER of Miami. County Eepublican Ticket FOB SENATOR, ROBERT W. TAYLER. FOB REPRESENTATIVES, RALPH PLUMB, GEO. T. TOWNSEND. FOB SHERIFF, HEM AN R. HARMON. FOB TREASURER, JOHN REEVES. FOB RECORDER, S. M. CARTER. FOB PBOSECrTllfO ATTORNEY, CHAS. W. SMITH. FOB COMMISSIONER, EDWARD D. KING. EOB 6URVETOR, J. K. BDRNHAM. FOB DIBECTOB COTJKTY INFIRMARY, HENRY L. RUTAN. FOB CORONER. J0H2, W. M'CLEERY. ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 3 October 1855

HIPSGCD 1 iCAflS. Proprietors. TESHS One Dnliarand Fifty Outs in aivnre; Two ollars if pnvmeut is not made ia advaace, No paver discontinued until all arrearages are paid xoept at the option of the publishers. KATES OF ADVERTISING. On square, twelve line or le. first insertion, - - each additional insertion.- .... three u.noihs- ........ .... - " six - one year. ......M. Two squares, three months.... six - one ear. ........... .......... - One-fourth of .column, three months.. ........ - I a 4 (HI 6 11 4 14) 7 tit 12 8 TO 14 IX. 2(1 (Hi i o "It (HI 3 Ul 2(i no 34 (HI 60 ou " one year...... Ose-nalf of a column, three months.. six " " one yeir.......... One colnmn, three months.. ...... ....--.. . six one rear...... ............. Address Cards inserted for the year, at J 1.00 per line. Advertisements should he marked the njmler of times to be inserted, otherwise they a ill bo continued mntil ordered ont.and chareei for at the abore rates. TT3Casual advertisements to be paid for when ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 3 October 1855

Variety. THE FARMER'S SONG. Buceesi U the jo! 'y old farmer. Who sings a I Lite tail of h. plow, The monarch of prairie and forest, lis or I j to GoJ hi may bow. He is surely a fortunate fellow ; He raises his hread in ft his cheese,. And though hard is his labor in summer. In winter he lire at his ease. TV hen the reijra of winter la broken. And spring comes to gljwi in and Mess. 'Wiien the flocks in the meadow are fporticg, And the robin is huild.iaf her nst The fanner walks forth to fa s labor, And Stanly and fir-mis hi tread. As he scatters the seed far the harvest That yields Ui the nations their bread. His hanks are all chartered hy d it ore, Their credit are amide a: c -nre; His clerks never slope with deposits, Para- d i y the cure off the poor His stocks .ire the best In the market; His shares are the ah ire of his pl.w ; Thy orug the trtrht gold to his coffers. And picas-ire and health to his brow. When his crops are gathered and sheltered. When in cattle are sung In the f...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 10 October 1855

1 PUBLISHED BT BAPGOOS &. ADAMS. E iriit BLOCK. VOL. 40, NO 8. il JBttklq amilq Stand, Drmrffb WARREN, ta mbam, Sgriraltarr, literature, (Bbnration, local TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY Sntriligratr, anb tre 3kw OCTOBER 1 0, 1 855. of tjjt Datj. TERMS : ONE DOLLAR AND PUTT CZTNs rim AMWVM. 1ST ADVAHCK. WHOLE NO. 2036 Poetry. For the Chronicle. "HE IS DEAD." [The following lines were written after reading in [The following lines were written after reading in the Chronicle, a notice of the death of Mr. Freeman.] Again the deep-toned bell we hear. And the oft told tale lis telling; Again, again the bitter tear Front the moorner's cjre is welling. Again the lip of lore il mats. And hushed the TO ice of gladness; And e'en the notes of harp and late Are sadness, nought bat udnnss. Again, a man with tilTered brow. And noble, manly form. Who breasted every blaat till now. " ' " yielded to the ctorm. And Um sorrow cf the pater-by. Bis slow and measured tread. And the tear that glistens...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 10 October 1855

(Lulfsitrn itcstrbc Cljicuidt. C. A. ADAMS, G. X. HAlliOOD, EDITORS. v; albeit, wrrTsrAY, oct. 10. Republican State Ticket. FOR GOVKKNOIt. SALMON P. CHASE, of Hamilton. FOR LirCTESANT GQTKRVOR, THOMAS II. FORD, of Richland. FOE ACDITOK OF STATE, FRANCIS M. -WRIGHT, of Champaign. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, JAMES H. BAKER, of Ross. FOR TKKASI KEK OF STATE, WILLIAM II. GIBSON, of Seneca. FOli JLIMjES OF eLtKEME COCKT, (ros the rn.b tkrm.) JACOB BRINKERIIOFF, of Richland. (FOR THE VaVCAXCT.) CHAP. C. CONVEKS, of Muskingum. FOR ATTORNEY EXERAL, F. D. KIMBALL, of Medina. , FOR MEMBER OF BOAKO OF I't'BLIC WORKS. ALEXANDER G. CONOVEK ...Miami County eputlicii licket. FOR SENATOR, ROLERT W. TAYLER. .FOR REPRESENTATIVES, Ji ALl'H 1 LUMB, GEO. T. TOWNSEND. FOR S"EUIFF, ELMAN R. HARMON. FOR TREASCRER, . JOHN RKEVES. FOR RECOKDEK, S. M. CARTER, FOR l'ROSLClTINC ATTORNEY, CHAS. W. SMITH. FOR CC'MM'SSICKKR, EDWARD D. KING. EOR 6URVEVOR, J. K. BURN HAM. FOR DIRECTOR COCKTY IXFIRMART, HENRY L. RUTAN. F...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 10 October 1855

Til I . . niPUOr.ii i At IIS Propriilors. TERMS i:r.i;rtvniil Fiflr lnts, in ndrnnr; Tw if pfiytunrtt w not snmie in d- No paper discontinue-i until a!? arrejvrrires are paid except t the option of le pu l.s!.er. rati;? ok advertising. On vqntrt, twelve ii-ies or les. first insertion. S .' earn a-Juional insertion-.-. " thw i.iiiths 44 fi'X - one tw Two acjuares, three months " six - - oj v.ir One-fourth of a column, three months six - one year On-h.f of m column, three months six " 44 one yey Om sol train, three months. " six 44 44 one vwr. ... ............ . E .V , 4 M' . C ( 4 U. T ( (' f' R if' 511 )J (Kl Ef t: ill SO l 34 1HI Address Cards incnrl fr the year, at $1.00 per line. V 'r Advertisements she ?ld i marked (he nimher of times to he inserted, otherwise tltrv m ill he continued until ordered n . r i Hnireei for at th aJore rates. TTpCsuai advertisetPffnta to he paid for when hand ed in. JOH PUTXTTNO. HaTinyaTOpnoT assortment of JoS Printing mate rial, we are prepare.! 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. — 10 October 1855

Variety. PRIDE. PRIDE. BY JOHN G. SAXE. Til ft carious met as em known In human nature, bat often ihown Alike in castle sad cottage. That pride, like pigs of ft certain breed, Will manage to lire and thrive on "feed" As poor u pauper's pottage! Of all the notable things on earth. The queerest one U pride of birth, Amos; oar "fierce Democracy!" A bridge across a handred years. Without prop to saT it from sneers, X even a couple of rotten Peers, A thing for laughter. Seers and jeers. Is American aristocracy! Depend upon it, my snobbish friend. Tour family thread you can't ascend. Without good reason to apprehend You cuy find it aaxed at the farther end. By Seine plebian recationf Or, worse than that, your boasted line May end in a loop of stronger twine That plagued some worthy relation! Because you nourish in worldly affairs, Don't ie haughty and put on airs, With insolent pride of station! Don't be proud and torn up your nose At poorer people in plainer clothes. But learn, for the s...

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