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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 14 March 1855

PUBLISHED BT EDWARD S. HOWARD, anil block. & SBwklij amilq Stand, Ufuotrii lo rwboni, irulturft literature, duration, loral I nfelligenrr, nnit tjie of ijre Jtoq. TMI :S SOLIAB A2T9 TITTT CZVTS m Aawvm. m aotajtcs. - - vol. 9, no. 29. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1 855. WHOLE NO. 1007. POETRY. WHEN I COME HOME. BY GERALD MASSEY. Around me Life's hell of fierce Ardor harm. When I come home, when I come home ; Orer me Hearen with her s.arry heart yearns. When I come home, when I come home. For the feast of Gone san-isM, the namce of niht At a thonaand fair windows is throwing with h.lu London make mirth ! lnt I know Gon hears The sob i' the dark, and the dropping of tear ; For I feel that he listens down night's great dome, When I come heme, when I come Home. home, when I come home, . Far i" the night when I come home. I walk under Night's triumphal arch. WhtM I come heme, when I come home ; Bruiting with life, like a Conquerer s march. When I come home, whe...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 14 March 1855

Cjmmirle anfr (transcript. K D. HOWARD, J. D. COX. : : : : : : : : Edito akd Pmorsurro.. : : : Associm Eoitue- Warren, "Wednesday, March 14. Reaction. When the Congress of last winter passed the Xabrasta and Kanzas bill, the indignation which flashed from the Northern press, and the universal voice of execration which arose from the aroused masses of the free States, start led the perpetrators ot that shameful iniquity into a fear that they had taken a step too far, and secured a triumph which had in it the seeds of a future dis astrous defeat. When Charles Scvxer cried down to .hem from the elevated po sition of a true senator, fit to represent a free and enlightened people, "This is the besnnin of the end!" and de- o e clared to them in tones of eloquent prophecy, that from the darkness of thai outrage should rise the star of a new and brighter dawn, then, even through the bacchanalian revels of mad joy with w hich the slavocratsof f e capitol hailed the success of their diabolica...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 14 March 1855

th v. LL. . 7 . I , A TtaniiijtliiM Will VtliClU Ulv f-l I tlljjLI lUic i i - - a EDWARD D. HOWARD, Editor and Proprietor. Wccklj Circulation Orrr 1103 Copies, and constantly increasing. TERMS On Doll. sen Fiftt Cewts in advance, Two Doi.ltus if payment if delayed till after the ex novation of three months. T No paper discontinned until all arrearages paid, except at the option of toe Publishers. BATES OF ADVERTISING. Twelve II.-ms, r less, one insertion, - two " " three mm each additional insertion, twelve lines, or Iris, tnree months, - " six " mm m twelve " - - Twenty-four lines, three months, m - - six twelve Thirty-six line, three months m - " sir 2 v 6 5 12 7 12 twelve IS 00 Advertising over this amount, at the rate of fifty dol Address Cards, inserted for the year, at $ I 00 per line. JOB PRINTING. Having a well s-lected assortment of Job Printing mate-ial, we are prepared to execute In the very nest manner all kinds of plain and fancy Boos and Job rrinting, Address Cards, Bu...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 14 March 1855

Variety. LITTLE THINGS. BY EDWARD STILES KGE. Little baby on wife'i knee, Smiling sweetly, pleasaniiy ; Little boy upon the floor Taming books and pictures o'er ; Little girl with golden hair. Picture of htfr nothcr fair : If yon owned these lov'd things throe. Could 70m deem life misery t Little wife to lore and bless Little children to caress ; Little care, and I'ttle strife, rVach things make a happv life. Little heed for wealth or fame Lluie hate, and less to blame ; If these little things were thine. Could yon, mould you, e'er repine ? - Little baby called away Far too pur on earth to stay ; Brother, sister, soon are prest Neath the sod in dreamless rest. Dear things lont not fully given Ve hare angels three in heaven ; Rightly viewed, the chast'ning rod Kver points us opto Goo. Changes crowd this world below letUtt is passing to and fro ; Joys are fading hopes soon fly ; Priends must leave us -lor M ones die. Small things these, if we live truo To the home Faith has iu view ; ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 21 March 1855

Pt'BLISUKD BT EDWARD D. HOWARD, (rial slock. 3 itffrkh amilij Sournal, Dfaoffh io rrrbom, iru!tiirf, lifmiturr, (BiYuratian, loral Siifdligrnrr, anHtit Jlrais of tl;t Dai. " TERMS : ORB DOLLAR AND FITTT CEXTS I . VOL. 39, NO. 30. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1855. WHOLE NO. 8 008 Poetry. THE PRESS. THE PRESS. ANODE. The warrior ruled his crimson age With hrazen helm, and iar, and shield. And mad Ambition's lust and raj. Made Earth a reekmR battle-field ; And thronei were Iwilt and iroled with swords, Dli man was scoursel wih chain and rod. And kings, and pricau, and fradal lord Slata prostrate millionstrod. But new snore ahall steel-clad hand Alone to rule the world have power ; A mightier spirit walks the lard In eoort add camp, in ball and bower The Sort of Man 1 unchained at tenets. In Reason's name and freedom a might. To ore the despot's iron strength. And end Oppression's awful night ! The Soul of Van ! that as';s nor sword. Nor trump, nor plume, nor ban...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 21 March 1855

Qmitk anb (tnnsrript. E D. HOWARD, ; : : J. D. COX, :::::::: : APoriATit Eitur. Warren, Wednesday, March 21. No Senatorial Election in Indiana-How They Brought it About. Legislature of Indi na lias ad- joarned without electing a Senator. In diana can have no Senator 1 11 the next Legislature as the Governor cannot ap p intn this case. Why is this ? sim ply because the old liners finding the free sentiment if the state as r presented in the Legislature would forbid the election efene of their coirnpt pro -slavery dema gogues, resolutely prevented an w'ectkn being consummated by breaking a quo rum. Mr. Frazer of Kosciu ko offeied jk resolution to proceed lo an election. and lire Republicans voteld for it to a ,,, A call.'uf the Ilou e showed '67 " :. --.- ... 1 members pres nl a quorum. It ht once became evident that the old Un rs were delerm ned to defeat an election by re: ' rtoring to a trick, hi h for contemp ible me'khness cannot be suriissed in pol tical history. InJied, says th...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 21 March 1855

ED W AIII D. HOWAHD, KJitor aad Proprietor. Wctkly Circulation Onr 2100 Copies, and constantly increasing. TERMS On D0M.1 in Tirrt Caar i-i advance. - . Two Nu.i it ymnt U delayed till after tu twratlon of three month. IOJ paper discontinued until all arrearage paid, except at Ike option of the Publisher. RATES Of ADVERTISING, twelve line, or let . one insertion, - " two - . - " three u m each additional insertion. Twelve Iines,r less, three month. - - it ; - - ta-elve " Twenty-tinr line, tr-ree mii.lbi, -- - twelve " Thirty-six line, three months " " six - I I 9 4 s t I .' 1-2 IS Advertising over Utia amonnt. at the raU of fifty lar per column. Address Cards, Inserted Tor the year, at SI 00 per JOB PR1XTIXO. TIaving a well selected assortment of Job Printin material, we are prepared to execute in the very manner all kinds of plain and fancy Book and Printing, rvII , Address Cards, Business Cards, Circular. Cataloagoea, Drafts, Blanks Receipts, Check Bonk. Bill Head', Justices' Blan...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 21 March 1855

Variety. THE MODERN BELLE. - The following extract v to from Mr. Saxe's Pocm rvad mt the Manchester, Xw Uampsbire Fair, in ItSS. The dmnhter site in the parlor, IrW ruk tft ker cut cbiir, ; - ?ia i 13 Site cWd in her silk and aatlnt, ; f ' And jeetiart in her hair She lnk and riff? and limpers, '" And simpers and pities and wiukt. And though she talks lat a little, " ". Tis vastly snore than she thicks, 7.: . . : ' .... . : ' Her Cither foes elad in his nisset, . And ragged and seedy at that His coils are all oat at the elbow, lit wears a snoat sheefcing bad hat. ; Tie's hoardtng and aaring hit shiHlags, ' t? carrfu j day hy day. ! , Vhile the, oa her beaux and poodles, i : ! throwing them all away - ; ., She lies a -bed in the morning, ! Till nearly the hoax or nooii Then ooases downnappinf and anarllnf, Because she sraa caiied so auoo. " f; Her hair Is Mil! in the papers, . : Ilex cheeks still daisied with paint. - . Benmtns of her last night's blushes. Before she intended to fain...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 28 March 1855

EDWARD 9. BOWASS, urut ilock. VOL. 40, NO. 31. fl Hteklq araiii Sounmi, Dfootrh WAIUIEN, la rrtiiom, iru!iurf, TRUMBULL COUNTY, lilmiturr, . duration, lord OHIO, WEDNESDAY, Sutelligmrr, oni) tjjr :3ltms MARCH. 28,1 $55. of )t Saq. SJSE. vt .n vf " " -TERMS: " ' ". --: -5 ? ONE DOLLAR AJTD TlTTf CZXT m AS1TVM. 1ST ADVaVCB. WHOLE NO. 1009 Poetry. THE MYSTERY. THE MYSTERY. BY BAYATD TAYLOR. Than art sot 4evl ; tkos ut not gone U dust ; line of U tint loveliness shall fall To (armless rma, ainott lj Tune, and threat lata she Selena gulf that e.ftn ail. Tho canst not wholly perish, thooyh the sod Sick with its violets closer (o ttij breast ; Though by the feet of fenerations trod. The head stoie cratauics from thy place of rest. ine marrei oi i"j v . The sweetuess of thy presence shall not fade , Karth rare not all the glory of thine eye Death may not keep what death has uerer made. It was not thine, that forehead strange and eold. Nor those donib lips, they hid beneath the saow ; Xbj he...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 28 March 1855

D. HOWARD, ; , P. COX. : : : : : Emtok a Funinw. : Associat Editor. Varreo, Wednesday, March 28. The Indian and the White Man. Although accused by some of our co temporaries of having our sympathies arrowed down to the wrongs, of the Mack man, we cannot rid ourselves of a convictioa which lias Leen growing upon r Tie for years, thai among the sins which will lie heavy aud dark at the door of this nation, must ba numbered that of un just Jaod ruthless persecution of the red man f the forest. That the Ind ian has be. oftu rousad by the usurpation of his ancestral" hunting grounds, arid the irresistible encroachments of the whites to .sudden "anJ terrible deeds' of savage cruelty and revenge cannot ba denied. T- 1 . a - ., ... a nut me swin ana bloody vengeance which has in such cases been visited upon him has often been natural in the circum aiances, we are fully aware; but that the merciless system, of exterminating Of aression which has characterised In too raany instances the condu...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 28 March 1855

t hi: Silicic X wipf. EDWARD D. HOWARD. EJitornnd Proprietor. Wetk!7 Cirtnlatisa Ovrr !1C0 Cpifi, and eohstantly increasing. Ohc Tn .. aan Firry Cx-rrs in advance. T vo DoiLtas if payment is delayed till after the ex p:rWon of three months. ITr"Nfl paper discontinued until ll arrearages are paid, except at the .pcion of t Puhlishers- RATKS OF ADVBRTISIXA. Twrlve line. or lew, one insertion. T.i 1 1 it three " . 1 (W . " each additions: ins-mun, -. twelve Ui.es.or lew. U.ree months, - - J jj, . - six '" - i-lve " " " Twenty-four lines, three months. - J JJJ - " twelve " - - ,,a Thirty-six line, thre months J" - - - twelve " " . '"IT Advertising over this amouut, at the rate or fifty djl- '"dCinsertel for -feyear.at $1 00 per line. JOB PRIXTIXO. .laving a well selected assortment or Job Printing nmterial, we are prepared to execute m thfjer, best inner all kinds f plain nd fancy Book and Job Printing, TH SS ijm rnti Check Boiks, Bill Hearts, BlSnki Receipts, Store Bills, Bills or Ladi...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 28 March 1855

Variety. COME TO ME IN MY DREAMS. BY GEO. D. PRENTISS. ' Ceioe la besotifwl dreams, love. Oh ! come to soe oft, hen the light wine of sleep fhi my tiotcn ties af. ; ;0b ! coqbc when the ses Id the mom gentle light, feats low oa the oar. Like the mite of the nfrht "V ben the sky sod ths vtrt Wear the loveliest hue. When the dew's on the flower. And the stars on the dew, . Oome to besjrtfdl dreamt. Ion, Oh ! come and we'll stray - Vbere the whole year is crowned --r With Che blossoms of May -r YVhcre each sound is iwetl At the coo of the dove, - txd the pales are at soft At the breathings of love 1 '' Where the beans kiss the waves. And the wave kiss the beach. And our warm lip may catch -I hesu ect ltons they teach. 4 Come lo beautiful dreams, love. (. Oh! come and we'll fly . ' Like two winpeni ?iriu ., Of Lore uirou'h the sky ; . . Kith hand clasped in hand. Ottor dream-wiups we'll go, There the starh'irbt and moonlight , Aie bkiufr Uit-ir plow ; And on bright cb.uls we'll linger n...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 4 April 1855

31 i it ff1 TO i . ; VOL. 40, NO. ".32. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1855. WHOLE NO.-.I01Q.V . ,. - ...... Trial of Rollin A. Leet, Trial of Rollin A. Leet, FOR ADMINISTERING POISON! In thk Cocrt of Commos Pleas, Trumbull Cocrtt. State of Ohio ts. Bol in A. Leet, for Poisoning. March SOlh, 1855. The case was opened by reading of the indictment by D. D. Belden, Prose cuting Attorney, who first read the stat ute concerning poisoning. TESTIMONY FOR THE PROSECUTION. -Smith Scovill, (tworn) I used to be acquainted with Elsie A. Leet; I saw her last in health the day before she died, before sun down; I saw her at the center of Vienna; she was at my store; she was buying seme few good?i she appeared to he as well as I ever saw her; it was about half past four o'clock in the afternoon of the 7th day of December last ( J o crott examination.) ; - Henry Leet. I am acquainted with the defendant; I was north of the center one day when bis father was there, when he was .get...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 4 April 1855

trems pensitiYeness te. thtJ'louch "and --id the air 8 !fT be throw) into spasms by a touch Jjforcur i tiit of wind, I should con aider the sj in it on is those of poisonous ac tion. In esses of poi-oa the spasmodic action U very rarely known to last over two or two and a half hours. I n tetanus it lasts much longer, but without the ex treme tensitirerresa to impression from the air. - r . . T , - Dr. Stevart T-1 reside an Bror.kfield ; h ave prctici d nit dicine there 16 years ; I"was McilledTipcn Wasslst In "the" post mortem examination of Elsie A.Leet; I concur in what has nlteady been said; the general description of tht dissection the tame as (cat already given ; ) I did Bot discoverany indicatiou ol disease fur ther than lias been stated; Irom the ex amination He made, und the sxmptoms as narrated to n-e, I suppose her death to "be the effect cf poison. The appearance -indicated the poisonous effect of strych nine more than any thing else I know of. k - Earner M. Leet. Elsie c...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 4 April 1855

a. year a-s-r lam JniOiy. Bonn li U n 1 never Dearj iiunm i.i-.e t a I a her a soar word in ths, erld ; Mr. L.-et )uitiin -thought the young folks. treat more llum ?ary.- -s.-. l ', Cross Examination. I wijmrti- . Mf.'LflM'a when I stavtiil t.icrV; I un cousin of Mr. Lev. - LoHua Lett.- ( Little daughter of H Jf IsUL) Elsie oleaued up icae vial ami on had oaethiajt in it, anl eb poured it in, another vial ; the cleaned twen y or uiim vial; I dm't remember whether it w at . ter ffhff was sick; it ti three or fuiu week" before ahedieJ ; the ,ial were in tUi battery ; ebo emptied one viaf into another' threw away what was in eutne, and eai;-tie. ome into bottle ; the vials were waahi-c aad given to Dr. Moore; I don't rem-mhe: wh it wu the eolar of the stuff iu the vi cbo emptied. " i -- ' - "CiDS ExamituftioH.l do n t know whci this was; gne had a general cleaning up. aad J helped tier otne; h? emptied on into a square buttle; I don't knu what it was; tbs bottle were sold to Dr. M -or ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 4 April 1855

THE MODERN WOOER. BY MR. EDWARD LYTTON EDLWER. Sine weaaui Is blind. ' Whs. her lore! before kcr. Here's ft peep at the mind - f her ardent adorer. . "Iui tckle. I en, - a7e,iatbeBa:kt,tkperUieM; " But Che ftektr. ere known Te be very fastiiaes : Though I vent the diviae, I will rtoop te the hsaaaa. And win briefly define -What I uk in a woanaa r Eae must always be eeen A I (m did behold her ; Bbe M mow at eighteen. And aaast eeaac te grow elder I 0he auut never coquet With young frivolous fellows ; If I tin. she ur fret. But assist Bever be jealous I be ssast dress te a pin. are wew caps in rofaa.oa : Bat ao bill nnitcoBK in, Te destroy the iUosion ; be SHSt aarse me when 111 Bo her health must he splendid ; Could she stoop to a pill. All rosaance would be ended : Whea I storm, she must soothe Who can bear contradiction I Be as honest as truth, . - And as lively as Action ; Sven then, la Inclined Te suspect she woald here sue ; - But I should not saind If I let bar adore me." RULES...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 18 April 1855

if e,'3 VOL. 40, NO. 33. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY APRIL 18, 1855. WHOLE NO. 2011 Poetry. MISANTHROPIC HOURS. The following bnntifnl line obtained the pris. winch was offered by the Editors of the Boston Recor der an Telegraph for the beet poetical production du ring the year IKJS- The premiusa was awarded by a committee appointed for that purpose, to Mr. Katbaniel f WUlis, then a member of Tale College, a the aa thor.J I sometimes feel that I sould blot All traces of mankind from earth : As If twere wrong to Wast them rot. .- - They ao degrade, M shame their birth. To think that earth shoakl be ao fair, " go oeantifnl and bright a thing ; - xhat natore should come forth and wear - J 8neh glorions apparelling ; A That sky, sea, air, should lire and glow -., ' With light and lore and holiness, ..And yet men nerer feel or know ' Bow much a Ood of lore can bless . t Bow deep their debt of thankfulness. ! seen the sun go down, and light Like floods of gold poured on the i...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 18 April 1855

counts you should return a special verdict t-aying upon which you find him guilty and upon which, not guilty. . I thick, gentlemen, this is all it is nec essary for me to Bay to you upon princi ples of law which apply to the evidence you hare heard. With the consequences of your finding you have nothing to do, but you are re sponsible for a correct finding upon the facts. The consequences of your ver dict rest with the law of the land, and not upon you or me. And now bow say you? Upon the evidence, what is the truth' in relation to this charge? Is Rollin A. Leet guilty or not guiliy of the crime .wherewith he stands charged in this indictment? This is the question for you, gentlemen, 1o solve from the evidence, and for this purpose yon may now retire to deliberate. Upon receiving the charge the Jury consisting of ; - Amki Murray, Foreman, Francis M. Plumb, Wm. A- Gillea, S. R Estabrook, , .... , Thomas Kennedy, H. T. Marsh, Wm. Weeks, Isaac Scott, " ; Jas. Walker, Cba's Wilson, : Jo...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 18 April 1855

prosecute anj of our citizens fur telling liquor. The other proposed to tar and feather the one that had prosecuted in the preM:nt case, and whoever should do so again ; these were both lost by small majorities ; some said no person would serve on the committees, if they were appointed, but I don't believe a word of that, for there wre mare than a doien there, who would have been glad of an appointment on either side of them, and judging fi om their eaV ould have fulfilled them to the very letter too. And the ladies, God bless them, sympathise with us; although none were present at the meeting, one sent to assure us of her co-operation, and she had ready, a strong decoction of lo belia, that she would mingle with the drink of the first temperance reformer, or their friends, that would drink with her. , Now,! will submit to any candid person, whether her course would not be more likely to put a stop to drunkenness, than the present mode of f ersecution ; just let some nauseous drug b...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle and weekly transcript of the times. — 18 April 1855

Variety. CLEAR THE WAY. BY CHARLES MACKAY. Ilea of thought I be up ul stirring Night end day; Bow die wed withdrew the curtain ! Cleer the way I There'! a fount cheat to etnem. There! e Hght about to beam. There! a warmth about te (low. There'! a flower about te blow. There'! a midnight darkness changing Into gray ; Men of thought, and sea of action. Clear the war 1 Once the welcome light hai broken. Who ahall ear What the nnimagin'd f loriee Ofthaday; TThat tte evil that (hall pruh In Its ray T Aid the daring tongue and pen I Aid rt ho es of honest men I; Aid it paper aid it type 1 Aid it, for the hour U ripe ; And our effort! must not alaeken Into play : ' Ken el thought, and men of action. Clear the way I Lo I a cloud'e about to vanish From the sky - Lo I the right'! about to conquer. Clear the way I And a broken wrong to crumble Into clay. With that right ahall many more Inter muling at the door ; With that giant wrong ahall (all, . Many ether great and email, ' That for ages lo...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle And Weekly Transcript Of The Times
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