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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 30 January 1856

' 'BYfAms.:v:;j : t 7 "i : '-a, . Sffifrtklq -amilq: Saurnal, 'Itaiirffb Itjmfok Hgrirultaff, litrrafarr; "(S&rafion, local SufrlUgrnrr, anb tl;f '3fe of 'tl;t Uat. - -' - 0OTH4r?? IPLt"4 0NO 2 4. V:U.: ' " ; WARREN,; TRUMB ULL CO UXTY, ;0 HlOj W EDXESD AT, JAX UARY 3 0, 1 8 5 C j " V , W II 0 LE N 0 2 0 i 2. SPEECH OF SPEECH OF J. R. GIDDINGS, OF OHIO, SPEECH OF J. R. GIDDINGS, OF OHIO, ON THE ORGANIZATION OF THE HOUSE; DELIVERED. In the House of Representatives. Dec. 18th. i:.Tb tltcttoa of &peker being the bu siness lt fore U,e Rouse Fellow Members I address jou in tliw maittier for tb reason" that ve hare t HWolEeer to whom I can direct my re marks. " Ar yet -we are unorxunized : f without rules, wiihcu officer. While i i . . . - . - t- . -.'.- & in this aonduioa hc pc ule arr iokin - .... - . -r f . - itions with totensf lutei-cstr-cxprcuog u m 2o proceed, as soon ai josmI!, -in the ti discbare of the important 'trusts cuofi- Ided tv'our dicrttiou.anJ pairiitL-'in. ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 30 January 1856

O.A.ADAMS, ,.. O. N. HAPOOOD, I "IT0- - twxCT-f--- 1 1 ' T- VASSCT. VD JESDAY, JAg. SO. The Speakership. There o choice yet, but there ar atom indications-of wavering among the adl-retri ot Richardson and Fuller. Ti D- m"era!i wrd in one ease for Mr. Orr, who received the eatne number of which bad before been given to Mr. nioharddon. We think (be protracted rojgU will, before long, be brought to a dca. T"" ' - -The pro-alavery papers, (of which our ' Oeighbor of the Democrat ia a sample,) Save beenindustrious.lv laboring to throw the blame of the failure to organize, upon hn ltepublica-i. parry, i The utter falsity f this charge, ia shown "by the simple fact, that of the thirty members who have toted for Mr. Fuller, and who hold the balance of power, a majority never pro .. fiaaed to belong to the Republican party, as J were not elected aa auch. But, if anything mora was needed to place the -.natter beyond a doubt, the proceedings M Monday of last week, r tiled the ques ' Vloa. Oo t...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 30 January 1856

jt. T 1115 vi ); ' ? ; .Mcsiehi ftescirbe SbtomzW ".-.-:-,. v : - - . CItf-Oai, 4 1D1SS, f roprletorf.' ' j'-TERMS 0DoiirailFiftT Cents, ia, ml7.llUn'Urmnt i'0t'U ,t Kiiwtrfntn.nrr.fritjje txcept ai lb option of Uc psibiie!.ers. - aTorTaTisi50. , .s sows-, twei.e lines iri. first icrtion. S -a. each additional lasertloa.. ........ Si '-' ikiMwuti m - . 4U0. . - Minn- - ., .- . T aquar, thro months. 4 . Tm aquar. ix - 4W Oahwcuaii,'StnaraBtil!lJ."l s oa " i -- H 0 " eno year.--.. Oa ha-! af a nluu, Uir-nUa " - 4 - . an yir...., .Oasceatma. t-Ww BOOth..... ... sis , H 00 SO M 14 SO 00 34 ens year. 60 08 . Finli tuserted for tha nu. mi St. SO per !iM. ltidnitiMMiili should b marked tin number ef Mom ta be laetitsi. othcrwioc lines eontinaed ' matil ordered out .and charged for at th above rate. nyOaamal adverlinisrnta to be paid lor wham head atU. t, . . . 17 ' X, ; jon puintinq. ; . Oartsf a aapcrior aaaaitawat af Job PrtatiBt anta- vtai, a an aiiai'd ta axeaata in tha beat aaiaacr, a...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 30 January 1856

[CONCLUDED FROM FIRST PAGE.] Jr;it of the cation on this issue, and M gentlemen who hare preceded me larcrnndertaVen to dene tince us aa '-ag-itatnr't, as "tectiotuJuU," as fanatict," 1 deem the present a fitting occasion to risdicate ourselves before the country. Thi authority of the master to scourge the slate, and to slay lira if he resist, is bjitiha legalizing of murder j it giv ing one taaa power, and authority to omniu- the offense of assault and bat tery ajaiost hif fellow men, and if they resist he is authorized to slay them. The Democratic party insist that these erimes aiia be permitted in Ksnzat that bo pro'-eclion shall be extended to the weak, the friendless, the helpless i poor of that Territory. 1 repeat that i we, toe' .Republicans, insist that piotee ; tIou t the weak and friendless should "eonstitute the first principal object, the 'reat,' leading feature and end of all Crcrvernments, paricularly of all Gov Mrnments formed under our Constitution .-With the founder...

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. — 6 February 1856

"-.' PCBtTSHED BT EAPSOOD & ADAMS. anna met. VOL. 40, NO 25. 51 fitoklij amilg Sotimal, Dtaottb WARREN, ta rotora, iraltarr, literatarr, (Bbarafion, loral SnUHigrnrr, anb tjre 3ta of TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY,. FEBRUARY 6, 185 6. tj. Itotj. i j J TERMS : OWB DOLLAR AND FITTT CEHT rU AUKOM, t ADTAJICX. WHOLE NO. 1053. Poetry. [From the Home Journal.] A NEW SONG. BY GEORGE E. MORRIS. Thank Owl far pleasant wthr t ' Chant It, merry rtlli ! . And clap ar hands tog ether, Ye exalting hilli I . flunk Him. teeming Taltey ! Think Him, fruitful plainl I ttr the golden nnehine. And the sllrer rain. tint Ood. of good the OItct t Bboat it, sporting breeze I - Bpend. .h tanefdl rirer ! To the nodding treee. Thank Him. end nd birdling, . ' At e grew and eingl ingle in thanksgiving, Inr living thing I . Think Ood. with cheerful spirit, - In glow of lore, Jk wlint we here Inherit, . And ear hope ebere I TJntTrrsal Nature . ScreW in her biith. Who fled, in plenennt wentker. Bailee npon th...

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. — 6 February 1856

SStslrnt Uscrbc Ckcniclc. C. A. ADAMS. O. N. HAKKIOD. SDITOKS. VARREJT. WEDySSDAY. FEB C. Republicanism Triumphant! BANKS ELECTED SPEAKER! Total Defeat of the Slavery Parties!! V.ir,....! d t...l i , . m ii . Uduw ou Dcen tiectea Speakir. A great victory for Freedom baa been achieved, and its enemies have been routed. A brighter day has dawn ed. Now let as strengthen the arms of those who o manfully stood up for the right, and never again place those men in power, and place, who have pioved themselves so unworthy. We have so lilt e space, the news har v tng reathed ns just as oar paper was j guing to press, that we can give but a few extracts from the Leader, minor a on description of the closing scene. The plurality rule bad been passed, provi ding lhat'tLree balloting should be amide, under themainritv rul an. I . ... j failing to elec the House proceeded to choose a Speaker under the plurality rale. The Jtader sars : On the first bal!o the vote stood : Banks, 102; Aiken, 93 ; Ful...

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. — 6 February 1856

.SSISsMD' & iDlB, Proprietor. : -.TERM8 Onerllirnd Firtf Cent, in l4vaan Two Dollar--, If pnrmcnt Is not made In ntlTai-ee. " . -0 paper a.ontlnned until all arrearage, ar, pail wrcept at the option of the publishers.. i -- "- HATK3 Or ADVERTISING -"Jldrem Cards Inserted for the ai.M 1. HO per line. . TppAdrerrisements should be marked I He another of times to be Inserted, otherwise tiiey will He continued Wattl ordered r .anii oltarged for a the above rate. . rrCaaual advertisement to be paid for when hind i It. . Hvrinf superwr assortment of Job Printing mate g,., rial, ww art prepared to execate in the best manner, aii . kinds of plain aad fancy Book and Job Printing, Address Cai da, 0 ' feVeineaa Carda, I avak Chock a, .. Sills of Ladiag, Ball Ticket, Certincetes, Labels, Cheek Books, Manifest!, Colored Printing, Notes, Drafts. Progi amuses. Form Books, Receipts. Handbills. Show Hills, etc. f. -lsaks,U kind. la tm.n everv thinr done In the share of Printing, at - a-rteea tha...

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. — 6 February 1856

Variety. THE SNOW. THE SNOW. BY A DISMAL MAN. (Th aeadosky HifHttr says th. fortowlBg U tin ahsraeKilsti grumbling of Bachelor : fit .last, chill airs, ilk thoee f coquette, Canadian bom bias, and trace tee. Sidewalks f gla,.'er which th walker go wkaasbUng along, ia agony' cold sweat : Iceland's enow drifts, into which you till, At suffocation's risk, and se.lly feel Thln4 rheumatic through yours vitals steal. Whil furious drivers at roar rlngertng bawl Yh basin's water all a mink of ice; H! U yeor boots, that ae'er bad hole beforw; KzpcaaiTo sleigh rides, called by ashoo! girU aico; The jingling belle, the bank that tip JM are I And thea to fol that tolly, frost and flaw An but precurtort of a splashy thaw I Vgkl la delightful eoatraat to the ahora, read the follow tBf. It U like whipped syllabub after sourkrout 1 ON THE SAME SUBJECT. BY A YOUNG LADY. Sear I iia H Bice f 0 whit a charming (sow ! ow rweet it falls, as feathery, toft and white 1 teen of oehaotment. fairy-tike and br...

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. — 13 February 1856

TERMS " ' - PITBI TSHKD BY BAPGOOD & ADAMS. i.YQL.: 40, NO 2 6. SI faklq 1 urailq Sourrial, StmlA WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1856. & i h rnbom, iniltiirv ItWarf, juration, loral SiiWIigrnrr, anir tfjt 3lem$ of tjjft Saq. . . J ONE DOLLAR AND PCTTT CE3TT J IU ASM. V tlMKt. WHOLE NO.: 2854. Poetry. Written for the Chronicle. I AM. BY S. SOUTON. Before Abnhaei was, I ." Aw Cnria. la the 41b. dietaat fetara, Abraham ' ere Babels tflUkerlaa.ninnserttel : ' '.'."- And trambM an rejoiced anile k bebeM : JJe aa, iar Mead; I ae hi. guard ana geieVl Wa vKh kiat abito h liT',aaa aiKa kadM; - Xeceir'a hiai ta atj tun era I caant Irem aearea ta earth : fcefore ae aa, 1 -.v-. ..-) t.: -. - Wnen sla had tll'a the carta; aad Wrath Diriae Su-etca'4 ant aa arm ef aeeer. th it arm aaa nilne: -ttaroke as all ene foantaiaa eT tha deep;. " j - Aad teed lash'd opvard with trcneadoae ewaep: ',feaaed the viae! ef high aearea. aad aari'd" . '.-J .! detaga aa a drewniag wor...

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. — 13 February 1856

' C.-A. ADAMS, 1 O. NT. HAPfiOOD, J B DITORS. WAEKEN. WEDNESDAY, FEB 13. [...] and Political Sermons. : ' ' f tcleiundtr this I. h.1 atipeaxt-d -4.. lci Democrat, fitin which jin M male a Tew extract- by f a It at,' and preach ft short "tntuo nur - It it, and preach a short nenruo nur ehea. ' ' FIRSTLY. 4A Christain minister in this Tti-initT, Made th ub-rv a iittt recent ly, that thrrr were more backsliders from religion in the WeMeru. Keserve. than could U- found in the same extent f tr-jiulsik.n and territorv.-anv where else, under tl.- vua. I iu i a pretiv ainwif sm raou. ." BtrerthelesH we have no dipo?.iiion to dispute it, It uiii'lit also be aid that in ao equal extent of population and inri tory are there as many anatics and big Ala, at many divines who prvrli I mm Giddings' sjieeehes instead of C'lnisl' Gospel ; who would rather be heard de claiming against Douglas aud the Dem ocrats, than the Devil and ii religion. 2semocrvL ' 2 " 'How much truth there may be in thu first ...

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. — 13 February 1856

Zl BAPCGOD t jilT. Troprietor. - : TERMS Unr tit.-:ranl siftr Cent's ia -dranc) Tirn Dollar?, if pay men t is not Ha4e In adrauec ' M paper d.scontinurd until all amuK" a paid wxcept at the oitioo of the publishers. - ' BATHS OF ADVERTISING ldrfresa Cards inserted for tho jear, at $1 .00 per line. -TfAdvertlsew.ents should Ue marked the nuuter of times to be Inserted, otherwise they will be continued ' rtntit erdered eat. and charged for at the above rates. "PCasual adrerliseinents to be paid for when hand culm. . - - '' ' JOB PRINTING. f . . flavin a superior aaaottment of Jeh Printing mate l rial, are prepared to execute ia the beet maimer, all , kiaaU of adaun and fancy Book aad Job Printing, Catds, Certificates, - Lahels, .-Cusioeea Curd. , Cheek Books, Manifest, , Bank Cheeks, . Colored Printing-, Notes, .Jtiitanf Laitiag.. , Drafu. , Projrrsmmes, Ball Tickets, Porm Rooks, Receipt'. ) Blake. ail kiuda, Handeilla, Show Bills, etc, la fajt every thine done ia the shape of Printin...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 13 February 1856

Variety. Written for the Chronicle. THAT LITTLE HOOD! A LEAP YEAR LEGEND. BY [...] night, m week age, 1 T I eat within ay room; r. fragrant fusae of at eefar ,r carling upward through th ( leeav. , Arewnd ahem, grim shadows k4, A frighted hy the lreligut; iT" it eeM and elaar. , Laaa'i face wa shining bright. I heard U merry bell without. Ad w the many sleighs g ty; I lfW4 U think twae leap year. IM, Aad none the Ustes came for I. " lone, forsaken 'bach I am, A eaadla burned arts the aecket, Tat what culu help It do, ' 7- Wltlieutancnny in my pocket" , ." Td hardly laid that little.. - (Tar I am barely ana aad-twe.ity.) " When, patting aa my chamber stairs, , v . X heart a pair of feet a daiaty. -'. . Tarn suddenly. littla kanck Cpea my chamber door upraised m. ' IThaa, haatalBf there and op'ninf wide, .. '. We aaoald I ard bat Hula Nellie - .,"K tern; friend Nad," aha amaetlj aaid. " - "Jwet threw away that aid aef ar, ' Far I've a sleigh epos the tr. 1, r ., Cam, hare a riJa, we'l...

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. — 20 February 1856

TIK MS: ' PrBt TRHF.D BY i , XIAPOOOD & ADAMS. IIIII lllCIi rem ABBOTS, I AwVAB. Si' Sforklq amilq Sournal, JtaoMi fa Jfirr Aoni," .SLgrlraltorf j " lib ratatB5nr nticn,-- Ipr al . Snf rHigr nr r anh fjjt 3lra of ,tl;t Daif. Y,OL..;40, 2 7. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTYOHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY. 20; 1856.. -. .. ' . --"":' -.', (. - ' i. ; . I wBBBBWBtWnB1 ' j J.1 '-'-! Poetry. A SONG OF CONTRADICTIONS. BY LAMAN BLANCHARD. "fh Peesjace. Ms tsstiral aseMinr;, ' . . I miitwuHitlitiMi ill I rww, ay mj hatred ofeheatittf, "The pauloa uc not what the; teem. . Chorea aairth nader beet the ararata. ' ' -"Taere we under Vliert droll; ' There'l fear la the (mil of the hrareet, . AndrMratheestatteoal. ' - - ' . . '. . , - . ... r - - ' It joy, ta ay tiarnlar.Titioa. t , -Sat asking and rnashinf hit teeth; ' Whit SeaUaaeM teaSed im derision, - Aad Bop picked the audi from hi wreath. ' Betnair, Iter tight aoddica aalaciaf, ' . With laoffainf teemed read to die; And Hate, her companions rnhrtrina....

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. — 20 February 1856

ZHtsltxn ' Qtstxlt "' : fidrottidt. C. A. ADAMS. O. N. HAiOOOD, PITOSS. ITlXXXjr. WEDIfESDAT. KB 20 Political Somersets. PttlirieiaAe, political parties, and po Kite! aewnpapets sometimes funiish as In specimens of ground and lofty tura-biig- as were ever exhibited by tie pro fetationst personages whowear flesn color ed tights in the arena of a tra velinjeirca. Ltaa than one year ago, tlic pat. Dt Dem eeraue. presses, of large as J small cli Vre were aim ng all theii batteries at die Knew Nothing. The Trumbull Jemo- paper of May, 19th, 1855. in answer to a article alre Ciiclet we fin J tie following:" : " The Democracy will tttvtrgite Iht lie, I their froicsaions, by forming disrepu table associations for the sake of seeu tin teenporarr triumpha.j ;Youfiy fraternise with know Noihingism, but r & not, and would prefer hone rable de feat tat a etuiy purchased at - iba-ex-parrre -if rbatacter and principle. We wiH form no p-lit cal alliance with Knots Xuh ng, UOr permit Uiem to int...

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. — 20 February 1856

- S TtJ U'i- i v A." v . 2IJdsieirn esebe Ehi'ohlelei filPwOfll) k IDA. PreprifUr. 1 . TEITB-eneTollcrana Tiflr rents, t" MTian Two Dullurb, If payment la uol . da km ode-iiar.- . - discoeaiBaredartilaUaa-vraragee ara canal at aa im of tbe smbinxUsca. Adtran Cures him ml fur tbe rar. SI M per Mae. soaaiidawanarhedihesmdrseof taeniae iiary ailt be ceatiaacd ehail for M the shove rate. It rdvwmaanweota states sb ho iiutertsat.aaberw eawtit trtirri mm. and eh "JTniil adiwiiiiaii lite fee paid Cor when hand JOII HUINTINO. rial, we ir prepared tu execute In the best mnooer.all kiads srplaia and fancy hook mod Job Printing, AJAVm Cw4a, CjpIi, BaoCh-r, KntM Laliaf,' Ball Tictet. Certirlciitea, . I.aVla, Cheek Bo-k,' Nanifeau, Colored Priutirjf, Notea, Urafta. - Procraameat Porol Rotkl. Krce'iHii. Ilaalra. ail kirMt.' Baailbilla. ' 8ho Bilk. ete. Ia foot rrerr thine iloo ta the ehane of Printine. at rieee that eannot fail to tuft, and with (he greatest ili ptck. " We keen conttarttly on Nan...

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. — 20 February 1856

Variety. "PICKLES." fTa. foltewiag parody .a Longf.ll.wa hsaatlfal "Isee'isier"-: worthy ef perusal: - -,. The ri ... nw nn falling fast. At r.u;ti a 4wa-st Yillags pats. A . whs balked with great Jtspiiiy, ft- a aarr.1 ta his tlslgh. ". - t .-' . sr--f-f "fie,!., u seii" IT.s thetks were ktae, aad rd hit a H.etj u4 fhetvwr. Mart; frost. -Ami tan f cold hodiaaed h tight. Bet stills yell' with all hi might, " ' V ; . . "Pickl t ien." - " A ea hs weal amides bell Cm. u and tk.d hta what bt s.14. Ths youth looked up Uk winning MJk, ad ssdd with voice as soft as II. "" yrcu.- Ob lelt a." ertsd thamaid div;.. -"8ay. UU m. art they Im tkt WriT - ," mm ah y.u. "da mh d.a"i pay: -'.Qtt vxd. he heard ikt maldta ay, - we Set: -"'T ..- . -, "sWekPieklisi"', That mm ewat shoald pak m art, .... , fra. word nM4f bit kit knit.) - 'Tkat ahr should mask kia hspsssBat,' ' .ABd.rahMaaul(.r,tw than that. . ' -' H.r n riekin. Jt bC ' C , I - -AwT as . throexh wind and rain; They tritd U Map kit CHtH ta ...

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. — 27 February 1856

PUBIISHED BT HAFGOOD & ADAMS. b arm block. 1V0L. 40, NO 2 8. SI Wi&h nmihj Journal, Druotrb WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1 3 5 6. ta rrrfiorn, Slgrirulfurf, Xifrfafur?, (Btarnta.JDora! SiitfKigenrr, anb ifje Jlfuis of )t Dai TERMS: ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENT rr ABMCM, IB ADTABCE. WHOLE NO. - 2 05 6V Poetry. Written for the Chronicle. WHAT THEN? BY S. BOUTON. a Yonth, with expectations high, ' Willi blooming; cheek and sparkling Said to hit father, standing nigh. The path of life tot teems to lie AS smooth before me bright with joy: Hy dearest Iktle Jane and I s ' . , Will soon be bound by nuptial tie; And I am also bound to try To shine a lawyer by and by. -" '- The father amwer'd, with a sigh, - What then J c , . Then I shall leare thit calm retreat, (The thought Is sorroirfnl, bat sweetj And In the Court room take my seat: There, boldly, my opponent meet; - "The crowd will witness his defeat; Bfy triumph then will be complete; And from the bench 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. — 27 February 1856

SSttsftrti Qtstxfo cnirlt. , O. A. ADAMS, I a. N. HAxXtOOD, J BDITOES. W ARREST, WEDITESDAT. FEB. 27. The Republican Convention at Pittsburg. This Conrtnlion met on tlie 22d, the Anniversary of Washington's Birth Day, na therefore a fit time for the meetin t of a National Party which adrocatcs the same great principles of freedom and equal rights advocated by Washington himself. The convention was largely attended, although an informal one, rnd the greatest enthusiasm prevailed... The veteran Editor of the J act son adminis tration, the bosom friend and confiden tial adviser of Gen. Jackson, Frakcis P. Blur, of Maryland, was Chairman of the meeting. The PitUburg Gaxette say this circumstance gives to his pre- sent position a deep significance. " It show that the old party lines are thor oughly broken, and that the Democrats and Whigs of twenty yeajs ago, aie now coming together as patriots and freemen to preserve the institutions of the coun try so greatly endangered by the exhor- 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. — 27 February 1856

- THE ' 31esf eh) esefrbe Cfyfricie BAFCOQD 1 AMSS, Propricton. '": TERMS-OneDollarandFiftf Cents, In ' advance i Two Dollar, if payment ii not .- Made ia advance. K. paper discontinued until all arrearage ar. paid - acept at the option ( the publisher. RAT19 01 ADVERTISING AeMrm Carda inserted forth year, at $1.00 per line. Jt3rAdvrtieBnt shoe Id be marked the number of time t. ha inserted, etherviee Umt will be continued til ordered eat. end abargea tor at tne above ratca. HTCaauat adrerUecmenui to be paid for when hand a ia. JOB PUINTINO. Barinf a tu perl or aaaettment of Job Printing mate rial, e are prepared te execute la the beat manner, ail klnde ef plain and lane Book and Job fruiting. Address Caida, Cusinesa Cards, ank Cheeks, ' Bill of Lading, Ball Tickets. Certificates, -lab.1. Check Books, Manifests, Colored Printing,Kotea, Draft. Programmes, Form Book l. Receipt. Handbill. Show Bill, etc. Blank, all kinda. Ia (a. everr thine done in the ahape of Printing, at price that ...

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. — 27 February 1856

Variety. NOWA-DAYS. ' Abut ! how every tltintc bat changed, Sine I ni ira! sixteen. When all th firta wan honsesj.un Ihckt, And apron nice and clean; Vlth bonocta Kade of hrajded traw, Tbat lied beneath the chin; . The shtwl laid neatly on the neck. And listened with a pin. I recollect the time when I Bode father' horee to mill, Across the meadow, reck and Held, And op and down tho hill; And vhen oar folk ire re oat at work. At tar u I'm a tinner, . X joAtped oron a horse bare!.ck. And carriod them tlislr dinner. Dear aca ! rones; laiies sov-a-days,' Would almost faint away. To think of riding all aloe. In wagon, chaise, or sleff h; And aa for living 'pa' his meals, - Or helping W to hake, 0, dear, 'twould spoil their little hands. Though sometimes thee make cake. When winter came the maiden's heart Began to beat and flutter; Each beau would take his sweetheart out. Sleigh-riding in a cutter; Or, if the storm was bleak and cold. The gills and beaux together. Would meet and have most...

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