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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 5 March 1856

TBLISHED BY 1 ' rOOD & ADAMS. , riki met. J 3. 5Bt tklq amilt Sanrnal, Dtaohb to rerbom, irultnrf, lite rafare, (Bbarafian, Xoral SoWIlgwirf, anb tjrt Jlems-cf .tjfe.Saq.' ' - TERM'S r ' ONE DOLLAH AKO FXTTY CEHT - ICS ABVM. U ADTAJICS. -: ... . ;.- f w- ..: I - . ;i HAPCOOD - x i tm M lM M i MM - ' ' ' : '. e.- . . 1 - ... : ' . . 1 .... : : . - ' ' e ik.r4 ;f v yOL. 40,rKO 29. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY; MARCH 5, 1856. WHOLE NO. 2057 Poetry. Poetry. For the Chronicle. MEMORY-LIFE. MEMORY-LIFE. "I would I were a boy again." 0 rfr bck y jojoul youth. !vet iJt at conftdeae mi trfith, ,; XttM wHVig'J r Oat M tM won, - " Zrt ! wtn tbir noon; mm er'ryhMft "e, ' ' it. fic id wr. firtn . tte fkle re M; ; BtMt MM t friaehea hop "4 J - Wert i.nt t. blM ot iMtroy. Their term tit. their cryti rilU. ' Th. f iukUi feih .v lb. eldrt- ir-fcpr.glrf kj K eUMl ,ieh 11 knit U Uttnmj hert th I lum! itrt. cli icy rot, Kaek kmely wmlk. ttpfUni thadc ' By tabblinf brook, wild eacde, Tb ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 5 March 1856

WitsUm Qtstxht ffjromrk. O. A. ADAMS, O. N. HAfGOOD, 1DIT01I. WAJLEKT, "WEDFESDAY, MARCH 5 The two Conventions—The Result. The CooTcntioni hare met"and ad journed, and the remit is cheering to every Republican. - The National Know Hethin-j Convention at Philadelphia did what it could hardly help doing. The northern delegates could not be made to agree to auch a platform as the South insisted upon, and the secession took place, jut as it was evident it must, from the beginning. The southern wing with each Northern doughfaces as it could toldJtogether-Ji nominated Millard Fillmore for President, and have return-1 d home to ruminate ujion the impossi bility of shutting the Slarery question out of politics. They know that the last shadow of a hope of holding northern men with them, has departed, and cer tain defeat, without the slightest chance of ever retrieving the ruined fortunos of - their party .jtares them in the faeeAj Tliue commences the last act of the drama of South A mericanU...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 5 March 1856

i'.r.Tx. .the.'; "vr ;-( r.r.Iil'SDOD & lBiB, Preprietor.. "; V- TERMS One Oollaraiitl Firtr Cent, in " adTunrr; Two Dollar, if par mcnt is not "L. Buido in ad t a axe. C , Ka papsr discontinued antil all arrearage ara paid 1 . swept at tits optis ! th publislien. - ' ' " RATK3 0? ADTKBTISIS9 ? Aadrm Cards Inserted lor aba year, at l,Of par line. TipAdrrtiemeBt should b aaarked the number of liases to inserted, othorwis titey will bo continued : antil .rd.rsid out, and caara fog al -til alva sate. jflCasagUadywrlisssnsatsto b paid for wwn hand ' r . " " ' ' '' ' " ... " JOB PRINTINO." - - - ltain; aperior assortment of Job Printing mat --rial, voara prepared to execute In the best manner, all v. klads of ji lain and fancy Book and Job Printing-, Addrass Caids, Bwaiars Cards, k Bank Cheeks, ' lilts f Lading:, Certificates, lafcels,. Cheek Books, Manifests, Colored Printinr, Notes. Trrafta. Proprammea, Ball Tickets, Form Books, Receipts, f Blanks, all kiads, UaadhrU. '.: Show Bill...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 5 March 1856

Variety. KEEP ON THE LEVEL. BY WM. R. KRIGER. .la daily lnteroonra wKh life. Yeull akip a heap of ceil. And keen your conscience clear bcaidns. By wanting en the lerel. Tit lerel, ths lerel, Th straight-beaten lerel, . Just than through life, the hill of strife . Aad walk along Oi teenls f Jnt m far e'er the bill ef a pot . At aronnd, beside ike trouble; The foolish mu will climb hill, The wis walk nmnd the lerel. ,-. the lerel. The lerel, Stick to the lerel,. SmtX ekia 7 oar cy at motintaio high. And walk around the lereU " tWy talk about the hill of fain, - Bat aerer Blind their gabble. Boat ellmb the alii, bat diflt down I - And walk along the keel. ' The sereL The lerel. The easy trodden lerel; Jou dodg around, bat dig la dowa, Aa4 walk along the lerel. and whea you're done a wicked deed, Boat blame H oa the Derel. To tell the troth is easier for. Because H'e oa the lerei. The lerel. The lerel, Boat lie to please the Deril, But bear the blame, 'twill lessen sham. By keeping oa t...

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. — 12 March 1856

a i - i-t , S .H-JI . v'j:.". r . i - viJf PTBTTWED BT ' .HATCOOD & APARI3. iirui ni. .., U .'. v- - TERMS ' . 027S SOXAAB AN2 FITTT CENT M A!TVM, IB ADYAC. , v., . , SI fflwkh amilt - Soumal, Druoffb la rrtbom, iralurf1ltjfrafnrr, dJimratum, lord SfoMligrnrf. anit tjrt 35rm3 of ilje 3)aq. VOL.: 40, NO 3CL WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, lg56. WHOLE. NO. i05S. Poetry. THE BETTER LAND. BTowtr it saDee- noon Om open tea, 11 : A bar wh a frail girt tilanUjr. . . FrUe ear bmd aroppoe from Ibo w TtuUnas aointlnf awaj to the better hit . feat oft en Ik ware with its foamy trick, " Tothe beam of earth her ere went heck. While rotate inet frees the kiwlng shore ti eat m the sea the lew winea ken. ' AatthenashcrHfhtearBgeaslr knf A r i ewe treei her trembltag ton far: -"f hear then siaf ee my m lores' (trend. Are (he? lincinf ow ia the better Ua4 ? ehelber-arbebevbohasstraree'se fang! Xtaae ahe anno her her with the angel throng ? Ieehe waneertaf now by the water! bri...

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 March 1856

SHtsftra Tmtxfo Cfrrciuric. C. A. ADAMS. O. K. HAlGCOr, J " ir EDITORS. WAEBUS, WEEffESlUY, MAECH 13. Tactics of the Shamocracy. TW utter lack of principle of the would be leaders of tlie Border" pffian party U intott more clearlj mani fested Vuan by tie tactics which they have adopted of late, la all the Northern States. Conscious that the acts of the admioistratioa cannot be defended, and that the,ondemnation of, its course i certain whererer men love freedom and bate tyranny, tfctjjiave jpven np all at tempts at defense as worse than useless, and content themselves ,with villifjing their""opp6neftts,"tl! RepaWitfwu.T Xd jrme too small.'no trrcV too inean, no falsehood too absurd, if they think it can be made to serre a temporary pur pose. t ; A v o ' T v1 In the last Dtmdaret we -notice a de scent a little lower than we had sup poaed Tfu faw journal etwld got,-'VV bare noticed from lime.lo limeitj retail of mis5fatemen(l concerning, the Republi em party, and thought that in expos...

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 March 1856

THE :;iiT.u53' I'lHlS, PropricUn. : - TEUKS One Dollara'nd Fiftr Out's a 4 van re; Two Collars, If parmcnt is not made in advance. No piper diseoautioed until all arrearages are paid aecjit at las ojition of the ambUsher. ,.--;..- . JUTSS bf AbTBUisixa 1 " Ad.Wsl Cards iMertod fr the year, at $1,00 per line. Adveetisemeota should be marxed ttsc number af ' tines lo I inserted, oihcr.ie tiiey will be eootinaej anti I rJeJ out. and caarged. for at the above raiei., TTTCawal advertisement, to be paid tor when hand-.,,,:.-.. I - a-.i . .... - UC JOtllPKIN-TINOi; - . Raving a superiar annua tint f Jofc Printing na ries.is.ss pupanil l ewreete l th best ww, all his.. asaia ami mascy Haak sad tl Frlntfni. .!.v i . - i m s nr -1 v. AdweamsCatdt, . CrTtitVeaces, a m Les, ' ' Baeiweeo Cards, Check Hooka, Maaaa . ' Baakakwka.' .MatwFTtatiDt,a, - - TliBBof India,, : sVefcai ' .-a -- fVrsmrraa, Bair T:kl,ii .e, i-yona aaata, iftsoeiyss. lank, all kiads. Handhille. Siww Bills, etc. I..Brerw naiBt...

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 March 1856

Variety. 'TIS ALL ONE TO ME. FROM THE GERMAN. Oh,.1is all one to me, all one. Whether rr But), or whether I'rc bob I He wh ha money eaa boy hist wire, Aad he wh haa Base can be free for life. H wh hat money eaa trade If ke eboo, lad k whs ha bob kat Both log pi torn. II who kaa bom; baa earr sot a few. ad B who bu bom eaa sleep, tbe night through D who kaa nenej cu eqwint al the fair," Aad be whe ka now eeeapet from met car. lie wh kaa Boner can go to Uw playi And be whs baa none at bone caa stay. II wh baa Money eaa travel about, ' lie vbe baa Boneau re witheart. He wbo baa amy eaa be coarse at be will, Aad be who baa one can be cuaraer atill. lie who ba money caa eat oyster meat. And be who baa none the aben caa eat. " He wb baa money eaa drink foreign wine, 0 Aad be wu baa ane with tfa goat will sat pin. II who baa money the cask Met pay. And be arko kaa none, ears, "Charge it, pray r lie wh. haa money keep a dog tfke please. Aad b b ka aoae i not triubled with flea. B wbo baa aa...

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 March 1856

3 Sfrtklq arailq Sfournal. Dtootrb io Jfmhm, irulturr, litatiirf, (Biiurution, lord UnMIigtnrr, anh i 3lrm5 of tl;t Saq. 1 TERMS j J ONH D01XAK AND riPTT CENT 1 rem Aavn. advaikb. PUBttSIIKD BT ' HAPOOOD & ADAMS. If III IKCI. .VOL. 40, NO 31. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 9, 1 8 5 6. WHOLE NO. 2059 Poetry. WHAT I LIVE FOR. I Mrs for these mhm tore mt, WhtK Lsirt an kind and tn: For th IleaTCB that shines abora m; ' ' And awaits mj spirit too ; Tor bvjnan ties that bine aae; for tbe task by Gad aasigaej aw; Far the aright hope left behind aas. And the food that I can do. X lire t hold ceaumnioa With all that is dirlae; - To feel there is a anioa - Twixt Katarc's heart and nlnoi To profit by affliction, leap traths treat Celds of lctlea, Qrov wiser from conviction. And fulfill each grind design. X lire to hail that season, Bj f ifted minds foretold. When m shall rale by reason. And not alone by gold; . When man to Ban ani:cd, , And erery wrong thing righted. The...

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 March 1856

SSttsta Qtstxfo (Cjjroititit. C. A. ADAMS, Q. N. HAPGOOD, S BDITOJ.S. WASHES, WEDNESDAY, HAECH 19. England and the Administration. While for almost Lalf a century, (will the except ion of tbe war with Mexico,) the United States, at peace with all the world, ha been advancing with gigantic strides in population, wealth and power -now that a small cloud, not larger than a man's hand appears in the eastern borrizon, threatening, however slightly, to overshadow our land, it becomes. the duty of erery citizen to examine into the causes which hsrj rendered a war with England possible. That Englan I deems a war with the United Slates possible, i" evident from the tone of the English press, its threats and calculations (absurd though they be) of the military f trength, of this country. That our government also is looking at such an event as possi ble, is shown by the bills which have just passed the Senate, ordering the immedi ate construction of ten new vessels of war, and another making l...

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 March 1856

TH E ;31fe3fty3esttbe Chicle V." lifCOOfl t .DISS, Proprirlen. . v tERSg 0eDollarad Fiftr Cenla, la 2rarcat Two Dollars, if paysncat to not MM ta mdrassccv -. M. papwdicmtin.ed until an arrearages are paid asm at ths sptioa M utuiMn. -I:!r- .v-"' KATKS OF APVaRTISISO 'Oh sowars, twelve lines or less, first Insertion, $ SO dm .achaddiuonal insertion. i5 One year ............. (60 Two seraaiws, three months.... 4 00 . months. ........ ..... TOO -da" ' year... .......... 13 00 6-rortfc of column, three months 8 W de do six do 13 06 ...--' OByear 80S -"tLbnget advertisements Inserted at ft reasonable rate. A-lrot Card Inserted for tbe year, at $1.00 per line. Advertisements should be marked the number of time to bo insertsd, .thorwise they bo continued aatH ordered oat. and charged for at the above rates. ITTCasaal adTarluemenU to be paid for when haud- JOB PRINTING. , Having a sunertr artmeat of Job Printing mate rial, sr. are prepared to .xeeart. in the best asusr, all kiaaa af plaia ...

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 March 1856

Variety. ON EARLY RISING. Jet a, Lefore tbe sun. toy ladi, Oct op before the tun ! , Tae snooting iu a feather btl "Is That should not be done. Between sunrise and breakfast, ladt. Rise and breathe the morning air, Till make 70a feci to bright, my lads, "Twill Bake you look to fair. Get np before Uie iaat my lads; Shake offyoar sloth arouse ! Tea lose tbe greatest tuxu-y That life has, if oa drowse. Between senrise and breakfast, laot. Arise then, do not lose The key to health and happiness. By lying in a saoete. Oct an before the tan. my lads, And ia the g irden hoe. Or feed the pics, or'niilk the cow. Or take the scythe aud ; Twill giro you buoyant spirits, lads. Give rigor lo ycur frame Then rise before the sua, my lads. And these rich blessings claim. ACCOUNT BOOKS. Taie and (ret; Gmii aud net. Box and hofsbrsds, dry and wet; Ready made. Of every grade. Wholesale, mai., will you trade 1 Goods for sale. Roll or Bale. Kit or qtin ter, yard nr nail; Every die, IT .11 yoa buy I None...

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 March 1856

PUBLISHED BY - - HAPOOOD A. ADABSg. iirni iLiti. 3L HBnklq arailij Stand, Dnioffb ia rniiom, Slgrtrnlfnrr, litafar (Siwration, loral SnWIiprf, anb tjjr 3ltui3 of fyt Daq. . J oira sollab aits rirrr cExrr " raa axis-, ix advaxca. 1 . 'VOL. 40, NO 32. -a, ? . WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, :MARCII 2 6, 1 3 5 6. WHOLE NO.. mcn-T .. . . . -- K Poetry. MARCH. ; ' There if a bjiln to b fomd in CTarrthinf;- Kothlnf la entirely dasttid of beany, aad ctcb this blattering ' Baulk of Msrch has famished a theme for the pen of '. Bktast, the sweeteat poji of natore : n Tko stormy March ha come at last ; ' ' ' With wind and cload, and ehu(inf skies; j,' ;.j X hear ta rattling of the blast. That throaf h the snowy Teller Hie. Ah. passing few are the who apeak Wild ftormj month, in praise of thee; , T U-S th winds are load and bleak, ..;, XAea.artaweicemameatfctoma. .. Far Ihoa, to northern lands again, Too g lad and gtorioua ran doat bring, ' fi. , AnJ thoa hai joined the gentle train -...

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 March 1856

SJUsta gtstrbt Cjrrcmrk WARRE2T, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26 O. A. ADAMS, O. N. HAPtJOOD, ( XDIIOtl. Ohio Legislature. Tie Legislature has eoncludei to ad journ orer until January next. The con stitution presides for biennial sessions, and were it not tbat the experience of the last four jrs conclusive! ehowt thai, tearing Slate officers and eir ployees for two years without any euperrision, end with what seems nothing less than mnlimited control of the publio funds, is rather too expensive an experiment, we hould be in faror of living up the letter ' the law. But the conduct of the State House Commissioners,-and other -dfi - isnees, show, (if proof of what would seem to be the only common sens view Is wanted,) jhat the interest of ' Ohio topersUrtly demand annual sessions. JThe de&cietices which hsre already come to light, foot up as follows ; Www Sum (Im... In Treasary ....... Fmkkc twu -Asyiasu af... Fa tsatlsry. ...... 156.000 .... 140,01 W SyUUO If the. present Legislature had been...

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 March 1856

a , v : . .the .'. : WisUty escrbe Styoqkk '.liPCOOD fc ADITS, Proprietor!. ' TERH8 One lo!lnr and Fifty Cents, in , advance Two Dollar, if payment U not '. saside ia advance. . . paper discontinued until all arrearaj- an paid aaptat th ptiaa of ta publisher. ' 5 SATIS OF ADVERTISING I ma, ra, tnln line or I, tint luasrtioa, $ SO - a aeh additioaal inrtioa........ PS - aa ... ear. .. 00 -. !., thrw. nta . .... 4 00 . - - liiatallli MiW..M TOO . " - m jw...a........... 13 00 aa-harta af a avion, tan moatha. ........ 8 00 a - aa oil do 13 00 . - aa o a year SO 01 tawrdililiasiat taaerted at a resaenakl, rata. AddrmCaraataaarn4 for lb, year, at !. per lin. nifretwt shoald be marked (ha number of ttav la ba inserted, oUwrwiee tbry will fee aontinsrad statu ardarai wwt.aad chirred for at the above rate. lUCaaml adrartiaeiaaaato be paid (erwhea aaad- -41 taw . i-.t . - JOB PR1NTIJCO. ' Tin, a aapcrior atsoitment or Job Vriniinr mats- - rial, wc are prepared to execote lrtlie beet Banner, ...

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 March 1856

Variety. NOTICE TO ALL CONCERNED. NOTICE TO ALL CONCERNED. BY A BOY WITH A BEARD ON. Tn vraara ysax neighbor's artioas Mora thaa you do yonr bwb; Tm euDOt, or 70a will not, - Let bit affairs alsne ! , la short, your neighbor's basinets. Wiles) none eoneerBeth yes, Ts BMddlo with till yours I sleariy saiof viswi - Toa M your neighbor's reeling. Bat do aot aaa your owa; And think that yoa ara worth To out at hiss, tho stoas Visa, if yea'd wipe jomr mirror. Till Tom yoarsslf ooald ss. Toa'd aad joa'ro Jutti srrlag Ana fall of faults Mas I Tho wy too judgs a persoa I by tho oloth ho woaro; Toa do not stop to aotieo Tho toward asart ho boars. If ait drsss U growing sesd. Or ragged, old and torn. Toa paoo him by an noticed, Or look at him la aoora. But If ho has line garments, And woaro a goldca chaia Toa hesitats bo longer That person to ordaia . A gentleman: job praise him. Tea land him to tho skies, Ko matter, if ho dresses. If ho ioa't good aad wioo 1 Toa feel yonrself above thooo Hot...

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 April 1856

PUBLISHED BY HAFGOOX) & ADAMS, arias iitci. Si Sfaklq uraili Soarnal, Utdoftl) "la mbaraj.ifnltarfl'-lifrnfnrfl (Bburafton, loral Snftlligenrt, onb l)t Sfirawrof tyf Daij. TERMS s . J ON2 SOX.LAB AND MTTT r ABH, jn AOTAJTCB. ' 'ru - , . . . .. . r .VOL. 40, NO 33. WARRED, TRU3IBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1 8 56. WHOLE NO. 2061.r Poetry. Written for the Chronicle. MY COUNTRY! lot aria, with cold, ud Barrow heart, " T cart the blrot Up In acera, . And reel a thrift of rapcare start. But for the ipt wber I born; To aerer treat my entire Uad One little Met, to caU my own. And feel that bat for it alone, I hare heart a prayer a hud I There' aot a war that tare her coil. Froni Soathera (ulf, to Xorthcra lake " There' not a a!d reoaite her toil. With f oUea ahea. or folden flak i There' not a moantaia rear IU oreat, ' To greet th Ocean, Xaat or Went, Bat aharea an andiridd part In arery patriot Inmost heart. I greet with pride the mice of hat; Th faithful record, bright and ...

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. — 2 April 1856

T?7.l C. flv.I.T. hdttitW &t$tm egrCIHrlt.j C. A. ADAMS, O. N. HAPHQOD, ZDITORS. "WT1DSXSDAY APRIL 2 ' i.ii "-i -4 North & South. . TbeIemocrat i, exceedingly troubled -Southern aeaen be found who J r opposed to slavery in Kansas, and op-, fjHti to the far&cr exlemnot, of Slavey. ! Beh . man is Gen. CullomMhe Clerk of ft Hon. of Cepm entabret. The Dem-j rat baring no principles of iu own,' lJT. ' .u-t t: S..I exerting all its party influence in favor of j l.Terr. and ra&Unum. cannot conee.ve bow rkcpnbhcans of t. e orill, and hon - ..t of thTSouOT eTn' Qonglo tf ... t, ....... Abolnion Kepresentaiive in Congress, m 1 . . i t did vote for and help to elect to the oGce f Clerk of the House, a SLAVEI10LD - - Suppose this is true, and what then?- The Republicans war not with southern at the Republican. Pany, is Xo more EUm State, Xo mort Slave Territory - Republicans claim no right to interfere wiih the internal policy of other states, end are content that Lie slave stat...

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 April 1856

so S3 ...... tD 4 All 7 W 7 12 uo .... 12 M ... .' M v,-f... ,TUEn itfcrfccsef be CljVoqicJc "'.likd0D k ADOS, . Propritloril : 'TERMS One Dollarand Fifty Cents, in draftee; Two Dollars, if payment is not Hade in advance. ' K paper discontinued until all arrearage, r p-aid MSftal lh option of the publishers; - . -T f ' ' ; RITES OF ADVERTISING . '. : 9mm UMttrelr.c lines or lest, find insertion, $ .-4. , .aclinddiiioiiai insertion. ..... .... . el . om;v fs nnm, three months .... as ; ... six oso mba.. ...... .v- - 4 . er. ........ .a.v MlMrtli.f a column, three noflbi a. uo s:x do do -oneyear... Lonrar advertisements inserted at a reasonable rate. Addrws Cards inserted, (or the year, at Sl.ou per line. JO Advertisements abGuld be marked Ihe number of Usae. te be inserted, otherwise Vuvs a HI be continued mntil ordered out. and char-ed for at theaboce rates. fjCaaal advertisement, to te paid far when hand ill. . - !!-JOB PlUNTTTXO. dzavins: a nacrior assortment of Job Printlnr inatF...

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. — 2 April 1856

Variety. Written for the Chronicle. SINGLE BLESSEDNESS. BY B. BOUTON. A Bachelor at bj bit rusty store Om stormy alfbt when the wild winds drav tie reia 'gainst hi window, and howl'd through the grove; As many atrang vision hii fane? wore Eif restless eye alternately rove O'er th mud am the Boor, and tht eobwets abort. An trmm him loot hearth he vainly strove Ta banish all thoughts at wedded leva. Let bm took, (aid ha, at seme of the joy That flew from the precious aaptial ties: Asa Brat, there ara two ar three ragged ban. Romping, and making a hidwone noise, la spile f the mother's flashing eyes: Ami now the learee her half-made pie. Washes her heads, aad peevishly trie To quiet a babe that always cries: lach ieasares who would aot nighty prize T Ami Una he- ridiculous 'tis ta hear A hen pecl'd hasbaad ay' "Mj dear; Aud hear her rrpty with scowl and a sneer; And aee him skulk to a corner in fear, - ... And drop, perhaps, as anmanly tear. As he sits is sorrowful silence there ! And ...

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