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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 4 February 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. lAettor wad fyoy Cm ' tHwi; IW - ?i?jrz7zraxi rrr " jr cept at th option of th publisher. Ratten. r AdvertUiac, r" Twelve lines equal to one inch in space, make feqaare. ; " lw l h !! Iff 1 Suaars $ ,?0 tl.00 I $ 1.50 i 2.50 I $ 4.00 ! 7.00 1 Soaare, l.'X I 2.00 3.50 I 5.00 I 8.00 I 12.00 J Sqnare L50 3.00 1 6.001 7.001 10.001 16.00 V column 2.501 4.001 6.08) g.001 12.001 20.00 Hcolumo 4.80 1 7.00 1 9.00 1 12,00 1 20.00 1 35.00 1 column 6.00 9.001 12.001 20.001 jg.H W.00 Advertisements not under contract, must bo park ed tha length of time desired, or they will be oontinued and charted for until ordered onu Special Notice, and extra displayed Advertie mau, 60 per cent more. . . Deaths and Muriates in-erted trail, but Obituary Xotiee charred half price. . Transient Advertisements to be pud for invariably T early Advertisers will be charred extra for Dis- eolation and other Notices, set connected with their regular business. Tamil ess C...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 4 February 1863

TRUE FAITH. " .J .L"j hoiirrt ia'the lane. ;','-r"("itl him. 'twas all on. - -i i;e wVather I fancy." said he. -t J;ases, Uod always eatisfiet me." j - ? r'Ssfleenis brow ni ne'er dark. -? - .v iaet it harp-sat tpark. a ", ' ' - -.'- 'ettu Sx it to gloom or to tigh. -,' 'NtUUI ahrart thaU try: - -'.;& uf Us conquers, w shall tee, w f .-, . v:y ; . 1 : - - . , -v www5M; as ebildren will prove, t f In its warm aspect of love; p w.:e. , he'd sey.'don't worry aor fret. ; r!ht with the wayward ones yet; J, 4t.o! s ootjjiat matt hav its way, . .. j-tnitciif torn true. -their evil tome day." i " ' ?'-5aiid.heweald cheerily say, - y i II notjoin in theory any way: t , - -r...wsys two sides to every tale - I ? t ;et;n eat last is rare to prevail. " r . e oidmle that I lprnH .h. i - tverr one food tUj he's proved to be bad." - r.1n thettesV-sof tin tightly bound. sua luckfejs mortal was found. ' t'l' rry0!aaB and man. . -- ''uernesed and merciless baa.. ' 1, would a. with trmpathy fraarht...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 11 February 1863

-irv S - S4 .: , - ESTERN VOL. 47, NO. 27. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 18G3. WHOLE NO: 2419. w ii n . -i- . - - . i - 1 w h 'vinBTTTrv- si n II k. M J ES- M VI H- l 7 B H Bk I If . . a II - -I f J H 1 I ' - For the Chronicle. THE MISER'S DREAM. THE MISER'S DREAM. BY R. KEE. Tis but dream ! yet such Jresin ! V) God I my very loosed seem To reel in madness now ! My blood U lava in my reins. And sharp aud quirk the darting paint ithin my throbbing brow I A dream ! a strange and awful dream, Whoee dark and fearful virions seem To fright hi. even here ! Twas uoh a dream as one might well Suppose the fittest type of bell, . 60 horrid and so drear ! And yet at first, my dream was mild: For then, methougbt 1 whs a child. All happy in my glee; And then, a boy, I roamed again. 1'aa hill, the forest and the plain, . . bo joyous and so free. Years rolled along, there came the day When duty bade me go away: And seek a foreign land . I heard my father ' low farewell. An...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 11 February 1863

m TT i-Illli UHKONICLE.I WEBSISDiT.rEBKUBTmk. 1883. The Next Governor. We observe that several of our cotem P?arie are presenting the names of gen tlemen as proper persons to receive the nomination of the Union Party of Ohio for Governor. It may seem to some that any agitation of this question, at this time, is premature and injudicious. We, however, do not think so. The subject is worthy the serious attention of the people, and we know of no better way to arrest their attention than by newspaper discussion. The Democrats are preparing for the coming contest with might and main. The press and leaders of that party are assiduously exerting themselves to ar rouse their adherents to activity. To be idle and indifferent in regard to matters affecting the harmony and organization of the Union Party, is political suicide. Hence we believe in starting out even with our opponents, and laboring as earn estly and persevermgly as they in the good work of securing the triumph of our principles ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 11 February 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION', lrt!T?0Dvt .Tvus' KaXm r AdTertinIng, S Twelve lines equal tu oae inch in (pace, make Square. lw w Iw 8m 6m lyr 1 Square $ .50 $1.01) $ 1,50 I S 2.50 4,00 I $ 7.00 . Sqaarea 1.00 1 2.00 1 S.50 1 5,no 8.(10 12.00 IS, 1.501 3.001 5.001 7.001 10.03 1 16.00 4 eolumn column 2.501 4.001 4.001 7.001 6.081 8.001 12.00 1 30.00 9,00 12.00! 20.00 1 85.00 1 eolamn 6.001 9,001 12.00 1 20,00 1 35.00 ljjg.00 Advertisements, noi under contract, most be mark ed the I earth of time desired, or they will be can tin tied and charged for until ordered ouL Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertise meata, 50 per cent more. . , . Death and Marriage inserted gratia, but Obituary Kotioe charred half price. Traniient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. , . , . V early Advertise will be chaired extra for Dis ' solution and other Notices, net connected with their regular busiues. Pusineas Cards, not exceeding S Jmes. sl.Oila line p9r year: ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 11 February 1863

A Snake in the Glass--A Homily. BY JOHN G. SAXE. while to m.. my Ud. Come listentc me for a pelU Lot that terrible drum . ,r moment be dumb, Forrooei. A youth who loved liquor too well. ana with beauty uncommonly bleM, ire with brandy and wine a j be? Jo decline And behaved like a person possessed ; I protest he temperence plan i the beit. One evening he went to a tavern, my lad, e went to a tavern one night. And drinking too muoh Rum, brandy and tuoh, Tnu chap rot exceedingly "tight-" , AndwMouite, W hat your aunt would entitle a "fright" J9"0" into a moot., my lad : Txi a horrible dream he take ie tremble with fear. nd aeUTery queer; Air eye 1 how he shivers and shake aj "hen he wake. And rave about horrid great make I Ti a warning to you and to me, my lad. A particular warning to all- 1 hough no one can see The viper but he To hear the poor lunatic bawl. ... w they crawl! All OTer the floor and the "wall !' Next morning he took to his bed, my lad. A ext morning he took to his bed...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 18 February 1863

Western I -. ; n VOL. 47, NO. 28. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY .18, 1863. WHOLE NO. 2420. Reserve Gheonic Hardware Trade of '62 orEXlNt: i p. SPRING STOCK NOW AkKIVINU t R. H. BARNUM & CO.'S. DKSlliOUS of operating, during the present ud nomine season, in what may be called a " lively ash and short time trade." at a very low rate ef profit, in accordance with the no eeasitiesef war times, we shall offer to farmers doom builders, mechanise, merchants, steam mill men, house-keepers and all others, every descrip tion of Ia dtabc llocss Paints, Axlis, Ibos, ails. tfLASS, Sam, Doom and 2.LIKD9 at right tov dmnftffurtt. Instead of keepinc the bifreaf qtnok west of the aeuntalns," we have aimed to be supplied with eyefy farfety of food in our line, whjch will be oanstaotly replenished by direct ebipsients from the Eastern manufacturing distrlots and the large Job bine Houses of New York, Boston and Philadelphia froxs whom, by recent arrangements, we are en abled 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. — 18 February 1863

THE CHRONICLE.! WEDXESDAT, FEBBTABY IStn, 1SS. lent and the Waking Up! The strong leaning of the more ultra Democratic leaders and presses of the Xbrth, to the Southern side of the issue now pending for decision by the arbitra ment of the sword, is awakening feelings of much anxiety' as to future events. With a party giving vent to the meanest slurs, covert stabs and insulting inuen- does, as is characteristic of the more vir ulent of the so-called Democratic presses. and of or against the Administration, and the poli cy of the National Government in oppos-stra;ght-forward, ing the rebellion, with such a party n our midst, there is reason to appften than that evils Will result more sen" - any that have yet amictea w - aeiermineu it, Deoule. The Democrats are on creating a schism in Northern senti ment and action, in order to weaken the Union strength, and correspondingly aid Secession in accomplishing its infernal purposes- So plainly do these designs stand out to loyal men, that th...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 18 February 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dollar and fifty CcaU, U advance; Tiro Itvt- er discontinued until all rreuu arc paid ex cept at the option of the publishers. ilt?o mt AcWrrtlalBg, T Twelve line o.aal to one inch iii space, make ;iuarv. In) tw w m I m lyr i Square .50 $1,00 I $ U50 1 $ 2.50 1 $ 4.00 I $ 7,00 '. square 1.0CI 2.001 3.50 1 5.001 "7.001 8,00 10,00 f lioo "16.00 20.00 35.00 1 Square 1.501 3,001 5.031 '- oolamn 2.501 4.00 6.061 8.001 Wsokiian 4.001 7.001 9.00 1 12,001 20.00! I column 6.001 9.001 12.00! 20.001 .15.00 1 60jjp idvertisements not under contract, must be mark ed the lenrth of time desired, or they wiU be Mntinnm) mnii K fnr until Ordered OUt. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertise ments, 50 per cent more. . . Deatha and Marriages inserted gratis, but Obituary Notices charged hall price. . Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. , ... Vearly Advertisers will, be charted extra for Dis solution and otner uiiuns u....

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 18 February 1863

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE Penna. &Ohio Canal Company. Office of the Pexna. and Ohio Canal Co. "Warren, Ohio, February, 1803. His Excellency, David Tod, Gov. of Ohio: Sir: In compliance with the laws of the State, I submit in behalf of the Directors of this Company, my Annual Report, showing its present condition; and also the operations for the past year. The financial condition of the Company, together with the income and expenses of maintaining the work for the past year, will appear from the report of the Treasurer, herewith submitted marked Table No. 1. 4 The tolls collected during the year, together with the list of articles transported, will appear from the reports of the several collectors herewith pre sented marked Tables Nos. 2, 3 and 4. The total receipts for tolls for the last year, hate been sufficient to meet the ordinary expenses for re pairs, and a surplus of $3921,00, to be added to $99,814,23, which had been retained by the former managers of the canal, for extraordi...

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. — 25 February 1863

Weste R ESERVE HRONICLE. VOL. 47, NO. 2ih WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1863. WHOLE NO. 2421. BATTLE SONG. BY BENJAMIN F. TAYLER. Break dp the ramp, drowsy World, lor the shrouds r onturlci. And the dead drummers beat tiie lorif mil through the morn. And the bugle-blown orders lsvatle the dumb borders Where the tcrTe-dUtirrr dreamed he had lain them forlorn. From old Saratoga. From Tieuuderoi;. , From Benninctun. Kuuker, and Lexington Oreen, They have marched back sublime To th. Sentries of Time. And hare passed on triumphant, unchallenged be tween. I can hear the flint-locks The old click ol the ciocks That timed Liberty's tei to no pendulum swing! W hea the bullets sped. Woman smilingly said. 'Let as ch.rm the dull weighU till the;: fly and they ciac I' ' " Ah, those old blacken'd ladles " Were (. Inrv ' own cradles 1 Rocked a red-coat to sleep with each birth fi om the mould. And the old fashioned fire HlatMl hiktfnr .jid hiirlier. Till it welded the new ...

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. — 25 February 1863

THE CHRONICLE. WEDXESDAT, FEBRtAKT 851 h, 1863. The Spring Elections.—Township Organizations The time of holding the annual Spring 1 Elections is near. We would suggest that it would be an excellent idea for the Union party throughout ihe County commence a more thorough organization This can be effected by taking care elect the right atamp of men for the various township offices, and appointing town and district committees to look the local interests of the party in the very Important campaign of the coming seasn We incidentally alluded to what we feel ore is a fact, in last week's r!' wben a Btatl that iliA Dfimofi" were w v organized for party w. our friends, aspartuan lf ? necessary .tufa"- 11 mU aot do confide too w"ch to our numerical strength for success. Far as the "battle is not lwya strong, nor the race to the swift, but sometimes to the few, but bold and vigilant, we cannot say what disaster might notoccur through our apathy. The place to begin the work of organi tation an...

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. — 25 February 1863

Western Reserve Chronicle - '' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ihu OUUir mmd f tf Oars, tin acfooacr JVo Vol tara, if jxtyatrxi w nut mad ta ieamee. No pa per discontinued until all arrearages are paid ex cept at the opium of the publishers. UUe r AdvrrtUlag, Twelve linot equal to one inch in space, make a Square. Iw w w tM tmj J)r t Square .50 $1,00 $ 1,50 I $ 2. 50 i $ 4.001 0O I Sauarea' 1.X 2,00 1 30 5.00! 8.00 1 12.00 i Square 1,50 1 3,00 1 5.IjU 7.00 I 10.09 1 16.00 V, column 2.501 4.00) 6.001 3,00 12.001 lu L 20.001 20.00 S5.00 column 4.001 7.001 9.001 feVamn 6.001 9.00 12.001 30.001 35.001 60.00 Advertisement! not under contract, "fj" d the length of time desired, or they will be continued and charged for nntil ordered I out. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertise ments. 50 per cent more. . , . . Deaths and Marriages inserted gratis, bat Obituary Notioe charged half price. . Transient Advertisement to be paid for invariably Yearw"dvertiaers will be charged extra for Dis solut...

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. — 25 February 1863

[For the Illinois State Journal.] [For the Illinois State Journal.] "Fair Play,"-The Patriot Soldier's Cry. BY DR. THOMAS CLARKE. "Mow we wee o'er days more bless'd T Must we but blush? Our Father! bled! Earth render back from out thy breast. A remnant of the Spartan dead ; Ot the three hundred (rant but three. To make anew Thermopylae." Byeox. "Peace, peace, when there Is no peace." Btbli. "I'm tired of war !" doth Greely say ? And who is Home Greely. pray t Who cares r The sons of patriot sires 8ore tried in tribulation's fires. Are not the men to shrink from fear. Though OapperMeade assail their "rear." What I yield to leuemuii .'what, we ' The fearless offspring of the free. Submit our neck to slavery's yoke. Which from their own our Fathers broke ! What ! humbly prostrate in the dust. To sue for peace of the aeturtcd. The God-forsaken rebel erew. And bow to idols strange and new ! Oh yes 1 when yon bright sun on high bas.il cease his jouruey through the sky ; When gravitation y...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 4 March 1863

r uTTT" Re ESTE CLE. w RN SERVE VOL. 47, NO. 30. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1863. WHOLE NO. 2422. THE AMERICAN BANNER. BY WILLIAM ROSS WALLACE. I. w hero Marion fought and Warren dioj : I?? .r mountain and the lake! t HS.mf" ""in o the sea Vv "road Snduer fit to make The fymboln of eternitv 1 O. fairest flag I O. dearest land ! Yi no shall your binded roiidren aever v n.ur "ttaers! here ire stand fro Plymouth's rock to Ueorcia's strand Heart pressed to heart, hand liuked in hand And swear "The luiou lives forever!" II. f rill antorn banner of the free. The nation turn and look to thee ! And when at home thy shadow tall filing the armory's troubled walls. The ancient trumpets lunff for breath. 7&e dinted sabres heively tart To vengeance from each dancing sheatb. As if they sought each traitor's heart ! III. U, sacred banner of the brave 1 O. Standard of ten thousand shius ! O. ruardiaa of Mount Vernon's (-rave! Come, let ui press tbee to our lips I There i...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 4 March 1863

THE CHRONICLE. WEOXCSD1T, X1RCII, 4th, 1S6S. Speech of Governor Tod. On tho outside of this paper, v? give the speech of Governor To J, and also that of Hon. Henry Stanslmry, delivorpil t an immense Union Kcpiing helJ Cincinnati, on the 3d of February. The meeting was one of the most enthusias tic ever held in the city. Speeches were made by a number of prominent men. besides those mentioned, and all breathed a epirit of devotion to the Union, and determination to stand by the old flag long as traitorous hands are raised against it. Prom the 19th- H4DrijsTF.s 1st Bbkup. ?.?rSI"Jc,l 2isi Abmt Com,HM-f Dear Chronicle .I think of noth ing to write about but mud. Mud, mud, mud. This tte rnuddiest place 'out,' and if this should prove a muddy letter, please bear in mind that that is the absorbing topic here. A few days last week were remarkably pleasant and springlike, and the grts was becom ing quite fresh and green under its balmy influence, but yesterday morning the scene changed. The...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 4 March 1863

WesterV Reserve" Chronicle IKUiU oF ScBiCiiiPTloX. " LhAlar unj t&t leaf, in uJicr.- Tko but Uirt, If IMWill , U !!! a'a Vrt .... or discontinued uunl all arrearages arc paid ti- itm wFiiun 01 u,e publtener. Kales of AdvertUlng, r 1 el e lines dual tu oue inch iu space, make l Square .50 $1,00 $ 1.50 j isu I $ 4.H. 7."m 1 .Squares 1.0C 2.00 1 8.30 I 5. 8.001 12.00 Tuareg 1.501 3,00 1 5.UP lT My I 16.00 column 2.501 4.00 1 6.0e 8 I 12. i aOjOC tteoUma 4.00 1 7.00 1 9.00 1 12.00 1 fti.00 1 35.00 I column 6.001 9.001 12,00 1 20.00 1 35,0" 1 60.00 Advertisements noi under contract, mart 1 mark ed the length of time desired, or tbey will be continued and chanted for until ordeied out. Special Notices, and extra displayed Advertise ments, 50 per cent more. . Deathe-aad Marriira inserted gratis, but Obituar) Notice charged half price. - Transient Advertisements to be paid for invariably in advance. V early Advertisers will be charired extra for Dis solution and other Notices, us-t conn...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 4 March 1863

MUTILATIONS. Is a poet alwayt liter- " Ary as he would appear ? Are his Term nerer bitter. When theymight be sweet and clear? Is he not sometimes opiniua- Ated when he nothing knows ? Like a spoilt and favored minion. Lording o'er his little foes. Are his dreamy musings dedi Cated to the cause of truth. Seeking ever to be ready To promote some good, forsooth? Does ne write that he may bene fit you with his sober verse ? Or. that he may please the many. And that he may fill his puree ? Does he never seem to deeo- ate his rhyme iu borrowed tone Other people's thoughts re-echoing as if they were his own ? Cares he if they rouse your risi- Bility or make you sad 1 Cares he if they make yon diizr ? Cares he if they drive yon mad? Xow, methitikl you paint the poet Aster, not the poet true : Through his best disguise hell show it In each line he brings to view. Bat the pcet loves the beauti Ful and rood in all around; Firm and earnest in his duty. Thus he with success is crowned. Learn a 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. — 11 March 1863

Reserve Chronigle: VOL. 17. T0. 'J! "WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH li, 1863. WHOLE NO. 2423. UNION SONG OF THE CELT. BY WILLIAM E. ROBINSON. Hail 1 brightest banner that 6 oat on the nlr ! Hag of the country of Washington, hail 1 ' Hed are thy stripes with blood of the bravo. Bright are thy stirs as the sua on the ware; Wrapt in thy folds are the hopes of the k rot. Burner of Washington 1 blessings ou tbte! Mountain-tops minple the sky with their snow ; Prairies !e smiling; in auushiue below : Rivers, aa broad as the sea. in tbeir pride. Harder thine Empire, but do not divide ; Kiararas voice tar out-anthems tbe sea ; Land of Sublimity ! bleiii-i ou thee 1 Hope of the World ! on tby niisfriuu sublime When thou didst burst on llie pathway of lime. Millions from darkness and bondage awoke ; Mnic was born whun Liberty siMjke: Millions to come yet shall join in tbe glee : Land of the Pilgrim's hope 1 blessings uo ibee ! Traitors shall perish and Treason shall fail : Ki...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 11 March 1863

THE CHRONICLE. WEBXUDAT. -KAKCH, Hth. 1S. V jj - Editorial Correspondence. COLUMBUS, O., March 3, 1863. ZW CArvntWs ; This has been a rala- day ia the capital city, in spite of the elemental strife that made out-doors any Wing but comfortable. Last erenintr Governor Andrew Johnston, the glorious xenneaaee patriot and statesman, arrived in tVi i 1 : ... u, wmpiiauca wun an invi tation to address the people of the Stt wbo might assemble for the purpose of rearing mm. It was further deemed opportune to hare an address from him at this time on the momentous issues in volved in the war. from the fact of the Legislature being in session, and it was hoped that au influential politician and statesman of Governor Johnston's repu tation and antecedents, having always acted with the Democratic party, -misht exert a salutary influence on the temper of some of the butternut-tinged members or our State benate end House. TM J 1 1 4 7 oeen marked with a great etir among the people. Evidently there ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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