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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 26 December 1855

Pels I IsUKU iiV UAPGCC3 & AEiKS. curiae block VOL. 40, NO 19. 51 itfrrkh nniih) Journal, Droatrb WAliREX, la rrrom, igrirulturr, T It U M D U L L COUNTS Xitato, vKtimitioii, loru! OHIO, WEDNESDAY Satriligrnrr, uiii) tjf Slcras DECEMBER 26, 1S55 of tpr Dai. TERMS : ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENT res Annex. advance. WHOLE NO. 2047 Poetry. Poetry. THE PALACE OF IMAGINATION. FRANCIS FULLER BARRITT. Fall or Beauty, full or Art and treasure Is that Palace where my Sonl ' hound; Filled harmoniously with erfry pleasure Sweet to tense or exquisite of sounJ. Light whose softness rivals rammer shadows 6hadows only tetter thin the ligtit. Like thoe clou.ls tint da.pl tlie June meadows. Make its cham!rs rarely dark and bright. Nightingales are nestled in its iowers ; Unseen singers stir the frasrant sir ; rounUins drop their musical, cool shadows Into basins alalsler fair. Ancient myths are Mo red here in marMe, Dusts of Poets people every nook Forms so like the living that the warble Of their v...

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 December 1855

C A. ADAMS. y U. N. HAPviOOD, i I D I T 0 R 5 . WARSEK. WEDNESDAY, DIG 2G- Congressional Nearly three weeks have now beei wasted by the Fusoa Congress in incf- fectual auemps to orgnnze. The coun-! try has to pay for this family quarrel of the Fusiouisis at the rate of at least five thousand dollars. A gloiious reform party, isn't it ? Very much opposed Jo extravagance and wasting of the public fund ! Hew deeply they sympathize with the oppressed tax payer ! The peo- pie will remember that the Fusioniss-j have about two-thirds of all the members of the present Congress, and that ihe ; Democrats are iu no wi-e responsible for , this delay. Democrat. i In the first session of the 31st C-onirress, I i 1849, that t ody assembled on the the ( 3d day cf December, and time, until; 23d of that month was consumed in the! t Tain attempt to elect a Speaker, but fi- nally Howel Cobb, the Democratic can- ! didaie, was elected. What party had ! the majority then ? Who were responsi- ble ? The mem...

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 December 1855

THE ilfcsiefr) ftcscrbc ' v ai?JQ."J & ADl'iS, Prs;trk'ar.s. TEU'iI .5 O.jo Hollar an.! ;' 'i.'iy ( i-ntsn advance; lup l.ii;a:, ...t.tM.ti mailt; ia ttdvnuu-. So iiaper d.e.iitiii'je a at: I ailarri ara;--e are .M4 iceptaiths -iption ol l.'is . l.sl.-re. " KATPS OF AJVKitTlSIX.:. On .rjnare. ttr-!e tines w 1 lirst i-recoa, . each a-liitien.tt insertion...-. " three nviutlis. .......... ... . ' " " M X - -i ! ones-ear.-.. ... i: ' Two s-jives. three matillij..... 4 ,:x " i - - one ye-ir. ' 1 One-fourth of aclut:iG,t:irt:c mMlti....i p ' ;x ' '? " on year -" ( 0c ha f of a column, three ri.i.ra? " x '-' On column .three niuth. . .. lix ine yar . Al-lrw Our! Inir-rtI f-r th- I 61' U niark'1 tit tti r i-f j until r-lere.l oat.an-1 ciiarrtKl for at thf'wve rit-. '"'O isnal A'lvertisemtrnu t- be ia.d for whn har.l i ia. JOI3 1MUXTIXG. Rarin? ft sup'Jor oTtment of Job rrititTnjr mate rial, are prepare 1 to execute in tlie h tuniiuer, al! ktn-la of plain aui fnrr B.o' an.t ioo Priiit'r...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 26 December 1855

Variety. DUST. A QUAINT COMPOSITION. Dust we were, and dast to be. Dust upon as, dast about as. Pott on every-thinr; we see, Dust with is. as, dast without as ; Saith the preacher, Dast to Dast !M Let them mingle, for tbcj sanst. Dast sre raise uvjon the road, Dast we breathe in dancing hall ; Dost infests oar home abode. Dust, a pall, is over all ; Tis the housewife's daily bread, Dast, the emblem of the dead ! When the sky above is fair. And the sun upon as streams. Floats the dust throng-hoot the air, Gleaming in its fatten beams ; Every saote is like a man. Dancing gaily while he can. Zre the tempest gathers strong. Blows at times the warning gust. O'er the plain it sweeps along. Tempest's thrall, a cloud of daft, Every mote is like a man. Flying from Oppression's van. Now the swellen clouds grow dark. Conies the long-expected flood. Fallen deluge-like and stark ; Dust is beaten down to mud. Bo are times when men must grovel. In the palace as the hovel Thus we are bat motes of d...

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. — 2 January 1856

PUBLISHED BY HAFOOOD & ADAMS, jc iriti BLOCK. 51 SBttklg arailq Sonrnal, -Bruofrb fa mbom. irnltur?, XWmlmt. (Biuration, 3DoraI I nfrfligrnrt, antt flje Jlfins of tjt Dmj. TERMS: ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CESTI ru Un, I ADTASCS. VOL. 40, NO 20. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2, 1856 WHOLE NO. 2043 Poetry. From the Household words. PASSING CLOUDS. Wbar arc the swallows Ile4 T 1 Yrosen and 4ead, i Psrdianee, np.-a tome bleak and stormj shors. Q doubting heart 1 tax o'er the purple seat. They nit in sanity ease. The balmy aouthera bteexe. : To brisf them to their northern komea once mora. Why auat the flowers die t Poisoned they lie la the cold tomb heedless of tear or rain, 0 doubting heart 1 They only eleep below White winter winds shall blow ; To breathe and smile npon yon soon again. The son hath hid his raya These many days ; W1U dreary hours nerer leare the earth t Odoaoting heart I . . " " . The stormy clouds on high Teil the same sunny sky, - - That soon (for s...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 2 January 1856

IUU WSMC IflyUJJUUC. O. A. ADAMS, I O. N. HAPGOOD, 1 IDITOES. WABJLE3T. WED3TESDAY, J AH- 2. The year 1856, and the Chronicle. It may not be improper, on this, the second morning of the year, first of all, to Wish a Happy Eew Year to each and all of our re drs, and to say a rery lew words of ear paper and ourselvei. When we purchased the Chronicle, we did not enter pon car duties under very flatter ing a apices. The paper bad not been issued regularly, subscribers were dissat isfied, and the subscription list was ra pidly diminishing. We are pleased to hare it m our power to say that this is the case no longer. Our list has been increasing for some time, and we enter npon the new year with cheerful antici pations of the fu'nre, and a determination that no exertion shall be wanting on our part, to render our psper worthy of pa tronsge? If we fail in this, it will be for want of ability. The typographical ex ecution of the ( tronicit has not been such as we wished, for the last few we...

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. — 2 January 1856

T i l E , U1P300D fc IDlis, Proprietor. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents, in aTamct Two Dolian, if payment is Mot Made ia advas.ce. Mo paper dieeoaUooed until at) irrnrit ar paid zeept at Ik option ot th publishers. , :- RATES OF ADVERTISING. Oaa aqvar, twelve lines or lea. fir insertion, M M each additional insertion. w w threw months. ....... .... - ix - ...... .ne year .......... Tw. squares, thrM mentha aix ..................... . ana year.................. Onw-fowrth of a column, three snonths.... " aix " " " ane year Ons ha'.f at a co'nmn, thro, aaontha r' :viz m- . .ne yeir........ Onscotwout .tare months. ....... ....... .... 12 00 ... 90 fit .... M 00 ... 90 00 aix ........ 34 00 - ana year...... 60 00 Address Cards Inserted for the year, at Sl.OO per line. IT7 Advertisements sneak! be marked the number of cia.es to be inserted, etacrwisc uey will be continued antll anierod sal .and charred for at the above rates. PjCmwsI adreniaesaants to be paid for whea hand d la. JOB PU...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 2 January 1856

Variety. [From the New York Mirror.] PINKY WINKY AND HER FATHER. AN IMITATION OF "HIAWATHA," BY LONGFELLOW. 8ud my daughter. Pinky Winky. Pinky Winky young and tender, With a cheek as red af rosea. . With a lip like a ripe cherry : Father, dearest father, tell ma What it's best to hare for breakfast f fcaid I, darling Pinky Winky, Frond it makes my heart paternal To perceire thy thirst for knowledge : ftuch a laudille Inquiry Should be answered, who can doabt tt ; ' Therefore, dearest. Pinky Winky, ffnce yon asked me, I win answer, I will answer, I will tell you. Possibly it may be ii'rrr. At this only bare suggestion. Picky Winky slightly shuddered, Baying with some hesitation, Utct Is the food for paupers. To be eat a but with mustard ; Mustard which U hot and fiery. And Is apt to burn the gullet. Then, renewing the inquiry ; Father, dearest father, tell me. Tell your fond devoted daughter. What it's best to hare for breakfast f Then said I, with deep emotion. While my heart orerf...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 9 January 1856

ts . .- ' 1 ' PUBLISHED BT ' SAPQOOD fc AO ASS. cur IBB ILtCI. sf;j; rii; --'- i - . . . 51 Bfrrklq arailq Journal, Jtoafeb fa mhora. 'irultarf, Xiitrafai?, '6bnrat.cn. loral SiMigrnrr, anb "tjre 3lmis of fttfiaq.. TERMS: " ONX BOU1S AMD FXPTT CXJT MB AMKVM. m AtTBPCB. . , VOL.' 40, NO 21. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNT!, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JAKUARV 5, 1 8 5 6. WHOLE NO. 2 049, Poetry. For the Chronicle. MARTHA. BY S. ROUTON. b I i tbe had bees beautiful; and Kill. a CwHag, Itaf ering loreliaeee Bae ware: bat ska iu pal;, aad 111, Ib f&jeM circles she had whirled Throof h many a brilliant, mlrthlul Mn; Bat aa b smiUnf , heartless wo id " Her pint coald m longer kaa. Wbea bbc retara'd to her dear home. Where childhood's mu; days were pass'd, ' Raw I Ud we were ta aee her c el -.. Ham aad, to sea he ulUnflaat! Mew trembUnf, With affectioa warm, , A sorrowing pair ahe stood between; , jTatber, she aaid.apoa thiae ana. How sweet It it, once am to lesal We led her to her coach, and there. O'er ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 9 January 1856

Wtshxn gcscrbc (Cjjronitlc. C. A. ADAMS, G. N. HAKJOOD, XDITOBS. WAREElf. WEDNESDAY, JLS 9. The President's Message. TLi document, coming as it d1d;"after the outside of bur paper for this .wees, war in type, ha crowded' out nearly er ry thing ItWi Ve have no loom for 7$- . r " - trust our readers it attentively;; not because contains much In itself that is" worthy' of aftanft L J i .1 .i .-rr..r. ur,e,P.D5 '."--;, suBserriencr-t slavery of, the man who att9n.if.e presidential chair..- It is plain and decisive upon one subject alone that is. slavery. Upon that, it speaks tut. -L The rest is mere words, which may be construeJ to mean, one thing or an abejjiptwfufiirft interest, policy," ot me prospect of reflection may dictate. ' Know Nothing State Council. "The K.N. S;ate Council met at Co lumbus on. the 3 inst. -A resola ion was passed, ordering the proceedings lo be "'I' publ'C:. y"03- H SroONER resigned'- his ofSce'as "PrvsTdent rVbVstate Cout-AieY .passing; a resofmion tn-dorsn-...

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. — 9 January 1856

to them, wejwjo longer united friendly Sut, but distracted hostile ones, with linle capacity left of common dvan'asr, bat sbuudhtit mean of recip ruml pjury and mixbief. Prieticitllyf it is immaterial vhetlier aggressive inttrfereuce between the Siatea, or idelibt-rate refusal on the purl of any one of iliem to comply villi con stitutional obligations, arise from erron eous conviction or blind prejudices, whether it be perpetrated by direction or indirection. In either case, it it full of threat andf danger, to the 'durability .of the Union. CVKSTITCTIOKAL RELATIONS OF SLATERT. Placed in lhecf5ce of Chief Magis trate aa;tiie-executive agent of the wlmle country .bound to take are (hat the laws "faithfully exeiuied, and specially en-3s"0d-by tn constitution to give infor HMtlioB to -Conc-iess on (he Stale of the JLInion, it would be palpable neglect of "duty on tny part to pass oer a suojfl ikeHltis, which, bejond all thing at the present time, vitally, concerns individual and 'pblic...

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. — 9 January 1856

Variety. LIST OF SONGS. ARRANGED BY MOLLIE MYRTLE. -Wa nk the Ma at early dawn," "far e'er the deep kin M,N -Mj arly Lore," my Molly kn," -Wbi.il and m cm to thee." "Whene'er t see then smiling eyes." ! Tia t larva Um, then," . Dearest, ara the mm is set," " awls the willw glee." ". 1 kar. loamsd la many leads," "Oa Leaf IslaBd's sea-girt shore," n "After Mas j raving years," I'm thy "Gallant Troubadour." -'Thares n. hease lika air "Swt Beats," Their they wind tha "Uunter ' Burn," "taa; and of Lava aad Libarty." ana "Th spot aaara I ni horn." -Jt lb battle af Ranker's mil," VWn Bowed tbt bawdy slreasa, -x The "Last Bugle's peal for victory , . , Disturbed the "Soldiers Drrmia." - ! fill r. I rrsaember," .A rir tha acras wave," tt . "Taa Mau'i Saag." aad "Boatman 'eliance," -la til' can aT the Mermaid's rave." - "The savage love hi native ahore.' "' 1 And "I hive thia world right wall," Aa4 -TbaaXTS vbea a ventgypajruit.' -On the banks af the blue Moselle," ' ' Ah. aw. "Mope UM a fla...

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. — 16 January 1856

- PUBLISHED BT HAPGOOD & ADAMS. IIIUI BLOC X VOL. 40, NO 22. fl SBnklq family Sournal, Utuofeb WARREN, io rnbom, Agriculture, librafart, (Staration, local TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, Snfelligwrr, tmh tjp Hems of JANUARY 1 6, 1 8 5 6. fjft Dai. TERMS: ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENT IU AMKVM, IB ADTAJICS). WHOLE NO. 2050. Poetry. MY HEID IS LIKE TO REIND, WILLIE. The foUosrinf lines, waTted about the world like a lose waif apoa the tea, are, if we recollect aright, the competition or the late Willis MoTiiiwriL, and pe waliirlj' narked by that deep pathos, ard earnest feel ing, which characterises the national poetry of Scot land. sLutxaia recollect his beaotU til JeAaaie Morrison.- ' lly held is like to reind. Willie, Mjr heart is like to break I'm wearin' aff mj feet, Willie. I'm dyin' lor your sake! . . Oh, lay oar cheek to mine, Willie, ' - Ykt hand on say breast -bane Oh, say yell thick on me, Willie, When I am dead and gane! It's Tain to comfort me, Willie, ' ' , . air grief...

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 January 1856

jBhsftrg gUstrb. Cjjroiurlt. O. A. ADAMS, O. N. HAPGOOD, EDITORS. WASHES, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 16. Mr. Jefferson, and the Trumbull Democrat. The Democrat ha often, in times past, I .11 ... ii - - cia up ma mine of the patriot and sage, Thoin Jfferson, as the founder and patron saint of the Democratic party. ii nas prated loudly of Jefersonian De- ocraey, and Jefersonian principles In that paper of January Sib, the follow ing sentence appeared in the Editorial olnfiin. As Mr. Cobb said the other day in Congress, tee hop to see the "Democrat ie party purged of the last drop ofAkli. Now let us see what Mr. Jefferson ays of Abolition, and whether the Pat tat Democratic party, purged of the last drop of Abolition blood, would CD 'S Ineide in its piinciples, with those advo cated by Thomas Jeff rson. In his let ter to the Convention holdrn at Wil liamsburgl Virginia, Aug. 1, 1774, Mr. Jefferson wrote as follows : "The abolition of domestic slavery is the greatest object of desire in these col ...

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 January 1856

t 50 es X 60 4 0 00 4 IM 7 00 IS 00 8 00 1 Oi SO 00 14 e SO fo 34 00 so no 34 no 60 00 V A THE Jtfesfeh) tescirb Goijlclc ElPiBOD & AliUs, Proprietors. TERMS One Dollarand Fiftr Cents, tn K dm are Two JJollars, If payment to But snade Is d ranee. o payer discontinued mntil ll arrearages) r paid except m the option of tb publishers. . RATES OF ADVERTISING. On aqnara. twelv, lien or tea, first insertion aaca additiaoal inaertioB three month... ....... " " six w M one year . . .... Two squares, three mouths. - sis ...... M one year............ Oa. fourth of a column, throe months -- " "six " m ' one year . One-half of a column, three months. ...... " six - one year. .-..-- Ont oolamn .three mouth . six . ....---..--- !. TMf - Urni Carrie inaartarf for the rear. St SI .00 per line. Tr? Advertisements shoald be marked (he number of times to be inserted, otherwise they will be continue. antil ordered ont. and charred for at theawre rates. JOCasasJ sdreniaemenu to be paid for when hand...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 16 January 1856

Variety. KITTY NEIL. "An, nrect Kitty Neil ! rite up from your wheel; Your neat little foot will b weary from pinning; Cob trip down with me to the sycamore tree Half the parish i there, and the dance is beginning. The nun it gone down, "but the fall Barrett moon htaei wjetly and cool en the dew-whitened valley, While all the ail ring wita the soft loving thingi Each liuie bird tings in the green shaded alley." With a blasb and a unite, Kitty roee ap the while. Her eye in the glass, a the hound her hair glancing. Til bard to refuse when a young lover tue, o she couldn't but chooae to 0 off to the daarlng And new ob the green the glad groups are seen, Kach gay hearted Ltd with a lass of his choosing; And Pat, without (ail, leads out sweet Kitty Neil BosAehow,vhea he asked, she ne'er thot of refusing. Haw Felix Magee pats his plj-e to his knee. And with a flourish so free, sets each couple in motion; With a cheerand a bound, the lads patter the ground The mauls more around just like s...

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 January 1856

I . . ' ' . H?rfHtMS- 5 SBwklg arailq Sournal, StmlA la fmhm, trnltiirf. liferatarr, (Station, Xoral Stafriligrarr. nnb fyi -firms of )t Daq. J 0NBDSLi.crNT9 ' . ' . W- . 1 .... J ,., I . fl , t. -. 1 I I, VOL. 4 0, NO 23. " WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1 8 5 G. WHOLE? NO. 2 OS I : '....- 'IT" GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Gentlemen of the Senate and House oft Representative ." Ia accordance wiih llie requirements or tbe lonsutution, and the biennial sys em of legislation which lias been thereby established, you have assembled in your official capacities to take into con sideration the condition of our public af fairs and to piepare and pass such laws as the experience of the last two years and the interest and wants of the people may appear to demand. The first year of the biennial period which has just elapsed, was attended with the rai ions trials ami vicisiiudes in cident to ail human associations. The extraordinary drought that prevailed in this and most of the o...

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 January 1856

GOV. CHASE'S INAUGURAL ADDRESS, DELIVERED JAN. 14TH, 1856. j8o Citittnttftkt Smalt and H&tof RemtttnlaUvtt: ' . It has pleased the people of Ohio to all me to their service in the capacity of wvnran vi m oiui. . Before entering upon the discharge of ins cnues u wrucu i am thai summoned, . I am required by the fundamental law to take an oath r affirmation to support th Constitution of the United State and T this State, and to teks also an oath of Sea. : - ;. la compliance wiih a Venerable isage," woi estaounea, inaeea, dj me constitu tion, but recomaiended by the examples i all bit predecessors, I now appear be fore you for the purpose of taking upon myself the solemn obligations which the Constitution imposes, and of declaring oneny, me general principles by which, ia my judgment, the conduct of public asaira should be regulated The Constitutional dubwbf communi eating to the General Asiriably the con dition of the Stale, and ofcrecommending measures oy mm ceemea expedient, de v...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 23 January 1856

TH K KJes.eh) teserbe GijiroijIeJe Hir.OQO k -DISS, Proprietors. TEUSS One Dollaraad Fiftf Cents, fa ranee Two Oolla, if pit roacnt is not Mile la ad Taut. Ma paper d.cMiiinaed u-Kil all arrearages are paid except at tne opua of t pel'lishcra. - . RATES OF ADVBRTISIXO. One sapsere. tvdc hoes r tees, tirst insertion, S 50 each addWiuaal iaaertioa. ... . V3 . tarw. aatntaa.... . .... S SO : aix - 4 iwi ! .neyear Twe .qwarea. Lhro. aaoaths.-... ..... .- 4 HO - - aix - 7 M - eaa year.. li vw Oww-rVairta af aeomma, three month..... 9 00 - aix " li Oa. . ' - r ana year rv to Owe-ha. f af a column, thrae months Is 00 aix so " ana rear 34 to One column three mouths...... - aix . . ......... ... 90 ao 34 Uu m ana 7 ear ...... ......... ......... OU Uw Ad treaa Cards inserted for the year, at $I.(M per line. fT-7 tanrtiaeaienta ahauki be marked I he aamher af tlaaes ta fee inserted, otherwise tltey will he eoatittaed antil ordered owl. and charred for at the above rates. JfjCiaoaJ adraiiiaeaa...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 23 January 1856

[CONCLUDED FROM FIRST PAGE.] to enumerate. It is believed, however, that it would be improved and tendered fr more efficient, if a greater degree amtv could be imparted to the delibera tion and. actions of these several di vision. This could easily be effected br requnng' the various executive offi cers to roet togttber once a month, or itentr it desired by the Governor, in Executive Council, to receive and con sider rr ports from their respective de partment, aid each other with advice, and decide such action as will best tend ta pro'ect the public interests in cases of Delinquency or suspected malfeasance. This Council miht be auihorized to inquire into and personally inspect the condition of the Treasury at reasonable periods, and to exerci-e such discretion ary powers in relation to the departments generally, as it woull be unwise and prooaoiy unsaie to entrust lo a le Eiecu'ive officer. The union of severa! xaecutive officers into boards of this kind, is not without precedent i...

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