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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 18 February 1857

.S1 nnb fttjfitms of :ip..3)aq. ' : MrtM IKCI. - ).,. ' .- ff . ....... t y .. : - . . i . . , t ., ri ..... w.r M . ' ' -1 " '. ' - - . - - ' : , . . . j- r . ' TERMS: OXE DOLLAR A.N'U FIFTY CENTS, m uni. ataci. . VOL. 41, NO a? -WARREN . TRUMBULL COUNTYOHIOs WEDNESDAY, FEBUARY 18, 1 8 57. WHOLE NO. 2107, FREEDOM OF SPEECH VINDICATED. SPEECH OF HON. J. R. GIDDINGS, ON THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. In the House of Representatives, December 10, 1856. ilr.SpsiksRt Xo people ever stood mare firmly li tW maintenance of popm la rights than did oar Saxon and Amer ican ancestors. ; Since the time when the sturdy barons of England extorted from King Jolw the "Magna Charta" of Brit ish freedom,- this. -great subject of the rights of th . people, against political power has never" ceased lb occupy the popular .mind sometimes to a greater extent than at others, but at all times t has maintained its grasp upon .the pub lic conscience ' The great question which haS thus agitated the civilised vorld f...

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 1857

ji O. A. ADA MB. I a. n. HAPooob, s EDITORS. WASLZS", "Vm3fESDAY. FE3. 18. Truth Spoken in Missouri. It has been evident, -Tor some months put, from the manly tone of some of tie SL Louis presses, that a. strong feeling in favor of free labor, and free territories, existed and was fast increasing in the state of Missouri. - The fonl outrages committed on the Kansas border, the.violation of all right, and the prostitution of the rerj name of lav, in compliance with the demands of the slave power, hare at last opened the yes of the dwellers in a slate State, and men hare stepped ont from the rants of the Democratic part j, over the bounds prescribed bj the oligarchy, and in the Legislature of a slare State, openly ad vocate the cause of troth, freedom and the right. 'To- the northern dougLfcccs, who cringe at the beck of the slave power, who bow their neck in meek submission to its joke ; to the northern men, who in blind obedience to the commands of party, will give their votes and i...

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 1857

THE .WesHhj fycrbc CJroIclc BIPSOOB I IMSS, TroprirtfiK. TERMS OiseDollarana Fifty Cents, In Urami Two Dollar, If payment is not ude ia mAvntux. M. paper discontinued Bntil aH arrearacws ar paid , at toe optio, af the publishers. - RATES OF ADVEETISISa Ob saaar, twelve lines or lees, first Insertto, S 5 4 W 4m each additional insertion. do one year.. Tw. aqaroa, thro months a ac yoar. ........ " w tkmm t,tmtt mt m. mIbbh. IhM months. S WO do do sir do ......... 1 SS 4o . do DeyaT SB on lrw advertisements Inserted at a reasonable rate. i .i r.i. i.umj for th veer, at tl.M per line. FPAdvrtisemeoie shoald be" marked tbe nomber of times to ko inserted, thcrwls they will eowtaauea kacil ordered oat.OKd coarse ror a PTC1 adTertiaemenu to be paid for when baad a la. - JOB PKIJCTINO. Havtas; a asperior assortment of Job rV.ntlnr state td, ire are prepares! to execwie uw hikuhck(o k4a4 Of plaia ana fancy book ana uu fruituifi Address Caids. Business Cards, Bank Chocks, ... Bills of Lading, ...

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. — 18 February 1857

Variety. LOOK AT HOME. Should you feel inclined to "censure Faults you may in others view. Ask your own heart ere you venture, If that has not failings too. Let not friendly Vows be broken, Rather strive a friend to gain; Many a word in anger polten Finds its passRge home again. . Do not, then, in nil pleasure, ' Trifle wiih a brother's fame, Guard it as a. valued treasure . ' . Sacred as your own good name. Do form opinions Kindly Hastiness to trouble lends; Those of whom we've thought unkindly OA become our warmest friends. SIC TRANSIT. How many sickly ones - Wish they were healihy; tlow many b gar men " Wish thry were wealthy; Ilow many ugly ones Wish they were pre.tty; . How many stupid onrs Wish they were witty; How many bachelors v.. Wish they were -married; . How many benedict Wish they had tarried. Single or double, , - . Ufe 'a full of trouble; - Riches are stubble, Pleasure's a bnbble. IMPORTANCE OF A WITNESS. A Cincinnati paper tells a pretty good story of a Frenchman end...

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 1857

PUBLISHED BY HAFGOOD & ADAMS. , urui iitci. YOL. 41, NO 28 3'S5ttkIyamiIg SournaI;fnotrb WARREN, "TRUMBU.LL COUNTY, 0UI0,' WEDNESDAY, FEBITARY 25, 1 8 57. la fmfom, Slgriralture, liferafarr, (Biiarafton, lord Infrlligrnff, anb"ft.3tltraa of tjjt -Ddq TERMS: OSE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CEJITSt iu unM, i TAC. whole Nd.'i.fios;;'; FREEDOM OF SPEECH VINDICATED FREEDOM OF SPEECH VINDICATED SPEECH OF HON. J. R. GIDDINGS, ON THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. In the House of Representatives, December 10, 1856. "., CONCLUDED. " I .recently saw a' statement of the mount of monev expended by our "Southern Aid Societies," daring the past year. Northern Christians and philanthropists raise money in the free States, to enlighten the heathen of India, -of the Sandwich Islands, and of the. three millions of enslaved people in our Southern States. They put forth their efforts and spend their money to extend the lights of civilization and Christianity to all those who are groping in moral daikness; and while 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. — 25 February 1857

i X D t TO KB.' WA2XES, WEDJfZSDAY. FEB. 25 O. A. ADAMS. O. N.HAPGOOD, The Usury Law. Sorae of the advocates of high rate f interest, in this town, bare taken us to task for the opinions expressed two weeks ainea ia regard to theTen-Per Cent In terest law. The aosf'of these men ad rocate the entire repeal of all laws reg ulating interest, and would hare the price of money, like that of wheal, to be gov erned by supply and demand. It is a sufficient answer to this, that coin, al though property in one sense, lika wheat; by .being the - circulating medium, and representing the ralue of all other prop erty, cannot be governed by the same laws. Whenever it can. be placed on a leTel with other property, in all respects, whenever a bushel of wheat or a horse, or an acre of land at its appraised value can be made a legal tender to' pay a debt, just as a like aT.ountin coin, then and not until then, will money be placed on a level with property But if this was done, it would no longer be a ...

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 1857

THE : EIPGC03 1 1DAXS, Proprietors. tT.RnS OaeDoliaraMl Flftr Cents, In advance;, Two Dollar, If rarret U not Bo paper cootiBBed antll an vmn ar paid Stwcpt at UM pu.u M u pueLiaacxa. -BATES OF ADVERTISrN3 Mpu,tmlnlmorlw.tntiiutitlM,l d,.- - eaiiuonaU inaeruon. ......... A r - .oe ye-. - aww iqunt, three months. - SO S3 f 00 4 00 7 00 is eo a oo mm six aaowuia-.--. da are year. .-- ---- wfMrth of Mlua, Una month . d. six .1 . 4. Ilir i i 13 Of S M ta advertisements Inserted ftt ft rasnable rat, liil. ird for the veac. at Bl.00 pr line. TT? Advertisement boa Id be marked the number of J . . i i .... lll k MntlMMl UM I B insert,, uioi-ik WJ .... Mil rdrd at,aad chanted for at the above rate. JjyCaaaal MtTWtiatnau te be paid tor whoa hand a ia. JOB .PRINTIXQ. a nerl or assortment of Job Printing mat rial, v are prepared to execute is the beat manner, all kiftda f pnua ana rancy boob ana aoo rnnuni, Address Cud. Business Cards, Bask Cheeks, Bills of Lading, Ball Tickets, Certificates, l...

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 1857

Variety. SONG OF THE BANK. BY Vork, work, Vork J -And stand at the desk all da v ; Work, work, work ! And bid ao adiea to all piny. Work, aud be constantly driv.n ; Wear the flesli from your bones and your faoe ! The otitsi Jers think banking i heaven. But it's more like the opposite place. Count, count, and write I Count money all day long ; And on taking your balance at night Hare your cash come pro vo kingly wrong. Then look till you're nervous and cross. And hunt till you almost fear 4 Yon must charge it to "profit and loss," And at last find it on the Cashier. - -- Tost, and compare, and post ! '. Post, and compare, and check ! . And work till you are almost Of your iormer aelfa wreck, Post, and chock, and compare ! " Cheek, and compare, and foot, Till you're driven almost to despair By the work which npon you is put. Ledger, and Journal, and Cash, And Blotter and Register too. And the whole of that blue-edge i trash Thich it takes so long to write through ; 1 wish they could a...

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 1857

-; . . PUBLISHED BT " BAPOOOS & ADAK. : Utlll BLOCK.' 'TO 41, NO 29. 3 Brrklq amilq'Saurnal, JnQfeb WARREN, !a 'ftithm, ilgriralturf, Xlltmkn, (BSurafinn, loral TRUMBULL COUNTJ. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, nfrlligtnrf, anti ijrr firms MARCH. 4 , 1 8 57. of fyV-Sai. I TIRMS: . OXZ DOLLAR AMD FIFTY: CKXTSV ra Amwtu. rw astabcb. WHOLE NO. 1119. Poetry. For the Chronicle. QUESTIONS FOR THE DEMOCRACY. " What to Democracy! -'I J What Artatecraevf v. ' ' Are they srnon jmoas? one and the samel - Call ye that nation free, : '' Where millions bow the kneel ' la It Bepablican more than in name I What nay the poor oppress'd. .-- L r. Craasiaftae Ocean's crest.- Baring tor Tn&tom, the wind and the ware; " - ' ' Ywen, as oar share they near, ' Criet and deep jr. ana they hear . 4i-- 3Iareh clank of nuraacles worn bj the slave! , Hope they for freedom here! Cornea not a troubled fear IntnhintarilT over the heart! ; Think they secure to lire, 'Mil ay those who chaose to give Uaa's West Inheritance ba...

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 1857

C'A. ADAMS. . O. N. HAPOOOD, XDITOBf. "WASHES', X2TE3DAY. MARCH The Richmond Enquirer on White Laboring Men. ,In letter of a correspondent publish d in tue Itichraond IJrtquirtr of Feb llili we find Ihe following: -f Wt can see hy ihe slate population in the ajrgtveate it better off than the free. ' But tbe Mare cannot understand iAe, and if lie did, it would make bo difference with bim. He cares not for ihe future; he sees the free negro free from compulsory lalwr; he dissipates and lounges with him on Sunday, and leaves liim to spend Monday in the same way if be chooses, while he himself, must fall into th rants. He sees bim toil by tils side Tor one day, receive bis dollar or more, and disappear to spend it. He steals, and finds a purchaser in bis free Neighbor, who has time and leisure to dispose of the plunder, Ion? before the theft is discovered. The free negro'Ts a traveller, and jnves the restless servant tnach "valuable information;" and such rTBeir"liuniber, that the diffi...

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 1857

THE , Nosier.) ifescr-be Gide -EircOOa ft lMSS, Proprietors. .TECH8 0eltl!arnd Fiftr Centsin . drancct Tr ItolUtrs, ifpnyraent l not ' tartae ia advance. K. nape d.seontiaaed ntil I1 muitl ars paid .Msat la. f the wablisaers. ' RATES 0? ADVERTISING sqnars, twelTt lines or lei, Brst Insertion, f SO do each additional insertion.. - 4 merw Two squares, threw months. ... 4. - ail months....... -.. - r year . e frtk of a eoluma, thre. months. o da six CO 4 W T 08 IS 09 8 00 19 Ot SO Ml . do onerew. enreradTertisemeirts inserted st a reasonable rate. Address Cards Interred far the Tear. at 1 1 ,00 per line. JrAivwrtisemente should be .narked Iho nomher of ttstlto he Inserted, otherwise taey will ' continued atil ordered oat .mod charged for at the above rate. JO-Canal adrerusemenu to b said for when hand d La. JOB FIUNTINO. Cirtnr a auperior assortment of Job Printing ant rial, w. are prepared U execute la the bewt snaaaer.all klada of plaia aad fancy Book and Job Printing, Address Oaids,...

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 1857

Variety POETICAL CURIOSITY. A curious performance ii e!vb la the following po 1 of different Biblical ttiti : Clinj to the Mighty One, Cling hi thy fricf r Cling to the Holy One, ' Be flrei relief, Clint the Gracious One, Cling in thy pin; CliBg to the Faithful One, II will sustain. Cling to the LlTlng One, Cling In the woe. Cling to the Loving One, Through all below; Clint to the Pardoning Oue, . Be apeaketh peace; Cling to the llealingOne, Angniah shall cease. Cling to the Bleeding One, Cling to Hi tide: Cling to the Risen One, In Him abide; ' -Cling to the Coming One, Bope shall arise; Cling to the Reigning One, Joy lights thine eye. P Ixxxix 19. Heb.xii 11. Heb. i, 13. Ps cxri, . Ps. CXTi, 5. Ps. It, 4. 1 Tnass. , S- Ps. xxriii, 8. Heb. U,S5 Ps. Tii.2S. 1 John It, 16. Bom. Tiil, S3, 89. Is. It 7. John it, 87. Exod. XT SS. Ps. cxWU 3. 1 John I, 7. -John xx, 27. Rom. Tl, 9. John XT, 4. KeT.xxii.SO. Titus ii, 13. Ps. xcTii. I. Ps.XTi.ll. "What did your mother say, my little rou? Di...

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 1857

. ... . ; .' - . . -' . ... t PPBIISHED BT- BAraooo A. ADAS!. fill ILICI. VOL. 41, SO 30. 51 iBrrklq amiitj Mrnal, Deaotrb WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, lo.mbom, Slgrtrulturr, Xiff rafare, (Btoation, loral OHIO, WEDNESDAY, faWIiprr, anV.fyt '&ms tityt 3)iiq. MARCH 1 1 , 1857. I J TERMS; - OSS DOLLAR AND FIFTY CE3TS. ru AtMvm. u aav-scs- WHOLE NO. fliOl Poetry. For the Chronicle. THE LAST DAY. OF SCHOOL. THE LAST DAY. OF SCHOOL. BY A. J. E. Tet .oca araia oar little baad Has gather! sadly here, or there ia sarrrow ia each heart, aVaa la ea-a ere the teai ' .. Thoojh ixj by day we re fiaat come - Alrierinioftheaeil, . Tat bo we cease widi aerrawtnf , We cosse te ear farewell 1 "' Our Teacher Br-C Inaa anto bi Baat heea efrieaa aae guide; We kaow thf truth, we kaew thj worth. Te aae thy friend; h a tried; We kae' the leeeoc tawa has taught, - TheeouBsels thee hast riven. -' Are each, may lead as well throach life, and aid as ap to aearea. . . , v ferfire el If ear thaaghtfalaeaa , ; Ila...

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 1857

EHtsfera Qtstxh Cjrrimiri.. O. A. ADAMS, I G. K- HAPOOODi XDITOK8. WABilH, WED2I3DAY. MARCH 11 Western Land Fever. At ftA time' the TTestcra Land Ferer " rerT prevalent in this 'ricinity, and many of our Toung'and middle ajrad cit- iiens ere auffericg from iu attack.. The mp torn are, reams of sudden wealth, vwaitj to labor, hoarding p money, and declining U pj debjs, borrowing t ten per cent., buying oj,Jand war Taats.lrading for lots in paper cilies, and ending fey. selling out At Jaoaieji Jiiey have property, throwing up lucrative situations, and removing to the West: Staunch, staid, steady, .tanner have been bitten with the mania, and, not content to let well enough alone, join Ibe crusade to the promised land. Even the old and grey headed, in some eases, give up their quiet comfortable homes, to receive in exchange, the certain toil, exposure, and risk of traveling to untiied lands, and the uncertain chance of some thing which it is scarcely possible; can be as good as the 6nug...

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 March 1857

Home Intelligence. Ballard's Panorama of New York City. . Tiie eiUmiwn of this. grew ies of f kintings corampfieed at Coipire Hall, last ermine. (Tuesday,) tni will ccn tinne this, and to morrow eveninjs. The etf.ens of this Dhce r,v been hum 7 -, . . , bugged to often bj traveling exhibkionr, Whose greatest attractions were the hand bills, that they wi'l scarcely beKtva there are any which possess rent merit. Ballard V Panorama has been tried in the crucible of public opinion, and found the pure me'al.- Wherever it hash-en , xbibueU, . the press speaks . of it in terms of iwa .. commendation, me PitUburijU Cironitl says: The exhibition opened with two birds ye views of the city then followed 6ne aactionat views of- noted streets and prominent public building, with beau'i ful inside eights of such places of resort as strnum a sUaseum, Taylor a baloon, and the Dateldorf Gttllerjof Paintings. Having often had the .pleasure of bein in this great Metropolis of our Union, it appeared, wh...

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. — 11 March 1857

Variety. A CURIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE. FROM THE GERMAN. At oaea I was miking o'er mnj and lew, A curious eireumsianc happened to me; A han tames I saw in the forest's brake. Be rode op and down beside the lake, And many a deer flew past th spot, But what did tlie Uuntaman? He shot thetn not, Ha blew hi horn by the forest green Hjw tell me.good geojile, what could that mean? Aad aa I walked on along the shore, A euriona cirenrnstanee happened onee more ; la a little bark fiVuefmai J Xjwad o'er by the aide of the forest glade. In the twilight the fijhea around her shot, . Bat what did the maiden? she eanght them not; She Bang a aoag by the forest green . Sow tell me, good people, what could that mean? Retracing my atepa at evening fcH, The cost euriuua eireumstanee happened of all; A riderless bone stood in the brake. An empty akiff rejwsad on the Like; And passing the grore of alden titer?, What heard I therein? a whispering pair. Thetaoon shone brightly, the niht was serene Sow tell me, g...

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 March 1857

PlTBlISHED BT EAP&OOD A. ADAMS. YOL. 41, NO 31 3 Brrkli Jfmlh Journal, Drnotrb WARREN, la mbora, iraltarf, liffrafarf, (Biiaration, lord TRUHBULL COILYTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SnWIigrnrr, anb tl;t 3femi of MARCH 1 8 , 1 8 57. fyt.Jaq. TIRMJ j OXB DOLLAR AND FIFTY CHJTTJfc m um, n asvamb. WIIOLI NO. fill. Poetry. From Frederick Douglass Paper. THE NAMELESS MARTYR. THE NAMELESS MARTYR. BY JOSEPH ADAMS. One aegra. a laborer in the Iroa works of Ten&eo aec. amid fee knew all ft toot the plot, hot woo Id die bo fore he would tell, lit received eeren hundred end ff f I km. aa" aisaV There stands not the lists of fame, A brighter or a nobler name Than his. if 'twere bat given. Who lately (are himself, to be A martyr ante Liberty, And fled from beads to Beana. Ve'er since the Christ was crucified. So flrm'y. truly. I rarely died. Creature of mortal moold ! Ho friend was there, nor lored one near, - To breathe one word of hope or cheer; Ills rr name antold I Of earthly glory, which doth ...

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 March 1857

. j " t? A. ADAMS. O. K . HAlHiOOT), EDIT0BS. The President and the Supreme Court. For, wetk past tht country hm been B'.irrfd wii tSi txci'.ementt of lie inau rnrati f the new President. s.nd the recent lecisii of.tlie Snororae Court of tlie tJrftvd States to the Dred Scott cine. In tlie rtHWgurat every body expected to seethe new 'President bow the knee it the .liir of the slarrryidol, and the only ca.losify lias been to see tlie man ner in which it vul J be don?. Democia's at tlie North j et cheiished a hope that Mr. Buchanan tVould be found xpreing some preferecse Jr Freedom over Slavery, some recognition of tbe tro&lhat J.'ihe rights of man as mnnJ which tbe Dtmocracy used to psraijle so seniially.'nre not the' rigLts of white -tnea and si Ave drivers alone. If any 6uckJtojie aiill tiisUid. iLe juauur-il ha rudely dispelled it. TLe new Pri-siJeot accepts the ultra Douglas snl Bully Brooks . doctrine, tha.t Border Ruffians are the true and legitimate squatter sov ereigns, 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. — 18 March 1857

d(pCB0D t 1D1SS, rwprietors. f ERM Oie DHroH Fifty Teats, In ftavnarri Tw Dolta., if iraymeat Is Hot nacre ia ulrniHt-. V ji. paper eUsceuonaed until ml! srrejrases are paid hu.pt at tawnr" P' 'ht pd.sre. . . . RATI. Of AUVERTISIXQ a ,r r Iml ret Insertion, ft W . W, - - .. each additional insertion. ........ - de one year.... - Yer. sirearea, three months-... - ------ Si ' 4 7 V 13 8 00 19 e. six .rooms. .... d. - year. ......... 'toe-fowrth. -f a column, throe tnonthe..... .1 . i - Ott S u "ur n .... L.s rcr n-tHrmrr.t Inserted at re""h" Rddrest Cards infertmt lor in. i-- - Advertisement! thonld be nmrke.1 'be niaiiwrof tiKl to be inaerted. otherwise they will h continued .tn .Mered rt.ail charged tor at rrj-Cuaal tverusexsenta t be pal for w-nea hand a4 ia. M vt.. " JOB P1UNTTXO. briai a tuperier uwUkM f Job Printing state wltA. we are prepared execute in the beat manner, all kinds mt plain and fancy Book and Job Printing;, Address Caide. Muaiae. t arrta, Biux. Cheeka. rliUaef La...

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. — 18 March 1857

Variety. ADDRESS TO A JUG OF RUM. Here, My by a cork eontiwHed, Aad ladr walla of earthen tuocll, Xa all the pomp of death rrpoas, Tbeedf mny a bloody rmee; The chattering tongue, the horrid oath. The fiat (ur fighting nothing loth; The passion which no word (an tame. That burets like aulphur iuto flame; The euae earbancled, glowing red. The bloated eye, the bro&en head; The tree that bean (he duadly fruit Of mvder, (Maiming aad dirjxtte ; Assault that innoecnee asaaila, Tlie iusagoasef gloomy jaiU, . The giddy thought on mischief bent. The midnight hour in riot spent; "AH these within thiajng appear, And Jack, the hangman ja the rear. BRINGING A RAILROAD COMPANY TO TERMS. TO TERMS. RETRACT FROM "PORTER'S SPIRIT OF THE TIME." 'Old Sally Raiiclifw. nlwaya carries her point by clicking to it, therein differ ing from post-office stamps, which my old friend here, nodding to Old CoinaVtable, 'uyi ate disreputable, because tWy tick at nothing, and never hoi J on. Old Sally had. two ye...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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