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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 25 November 1857

. - . i ? o - a in m m n"njBaB V. SrAVHtMS- f & ftll umtlq Sournlraokb ta mbora, iru!to, litrraturr, duration, Xoral fiitflltgenfr, anil i JSerafi of fl?e Dai. iOXEDKlCM. , j. : m i in 11 ii i in r ti 1 1 VOL. 42, NO. 15. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1 3 57. WHOLE NO. S 1 47. Poetry. [From the Home Journal.] A BALLAD OF THE RAIN. i. Last night, the fragrant lilly. So lUtclj, m, and stilly. H,ld hlf h her pallid chalice, gathering- whiteseH from the boob; And standing like a warden, .. Beaid thvachante garden. The talip-tree toned high and free hie yellow atari of bloom. Aad swept their fold en flashing through the armament f Jane ; . . , While the plain Of shivering, hreese, aad quivering tree, foretold the coming rain. II. The li'ly belle are scattered ' The tulip's bole ia chattered ! Hlf emerald crown came crashing down before the wind and rain. . . Ah, dainty , summer lilly I Thy bed is dark and chilly. Ah, woe Is cms the tulip tree was named for La...

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 November 1857

O.A.ADAMS, f I 3. N. HAPGOOD, i XDIT0RB. WAEEEJT. TED52SDAY. HOT. 25 Court of Common Pleas. ; Tim Court has now been in esnon over four weeks, tnd e Utje amount of , $stass has reen disposed of. Daring 'tie first two weeks Jadge Potter presi ded, when be left and 3aig Hoffman having returned from holding Court in Stark county, took his place. Judge II. is determined dispose f all business prrparal for trial, and has been holding lute evenieg -sessions treat ly every night since his return, keepicj lawyers and juiies at work at the top of their fpeed. A court 4-ratlrer a alow coach at best, and it will probably require most if not 11 of the present week to run through the list of cases. 'We -appenJ a. list of such cases as fteera to m to be of sufficient general in terest to warrant notice. Bidwell Si Bidwell vs McCaitney Si llu'chins: Trial to court. .. Judgment for pin's. 883,15; Hutchins fc Curtis for plfl. F. E. Hutchins for defts. John Twis vs J. II. Kibbee. Ve: dict forplff. 31...

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 November 1857

2j 60 4 OO T HO Id 00 8 00 13 M SO 00 I? '. THE $c$Uft) z$Wm Chicle MPSCCD & IdIsS, Trcprictors. TERMS-Ok Dotlaranrf Fifty Cents, la dvmace; Two lolt;ir, if payment is not wade in advawce. No paper discontinued until ail arre arare arc paid accept at the option of th publisher. 'KATES OF ADVERTISING! Oat square, twelve line or lest, first Insertion do . each additional insertion. da " one year.... ............. Two atraaree, three months.-.....-- - -- d. six Boutiis. do ar.e year.-.-..- One-fourth of a column, three Bsonths. . .... do do six. da do da oneyear.- ....... LBgeralTertiieaent inserted at a reasonable rate. Address caws luaercea iot m. jiar, m 9 1,1 line. TjfAdvertiseBBenu should be marked the number of times to be inserted, otherwise they ailt He continued util ordered Oct, and charged for at the above rates. JfjCasual ads srtiaementa to be paid for when hand In. ' JOB P1UNTIXG. flaviflg a superior assortment cf Job Printing mate rial, we are prepared to execute in t...

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 November 1857

Variety. HEART AND HAND. Jfack that v mmrtt, and. all that wt need, Of pleasure, of g lot,, or guU, l ura, if oar heuta ud ar hand ar iml To b anrtaally willing and boM ; the oae to work oat with It alnnwa oT Big bt, Bpit of contempt or disdain. What tho other haa prompted, a&d know to to rif bt, la atrlTlai our object to gala. Oar heart and oar hand, it they .aly war tree To tkoaBKlYM, aad worked kind); together. 5o Matter what ill they were called to rabdno. T7 wonld wla, would they only eadearor ; Ho aauter how away the foea that aorronnd. They had hope that aboald nerer foraake them ; Vo latter w strong are chalaa that hare boaad. With a brara hand and heart we may break theou So haaard in life which we auy not rarpri, Aad plunder of orach that caa bleaa ; With oar heart aad our hand aa friondlj allies. We carry the kry ofeaeceaa ; ' Aad the fortress of Fortune amst opea iu gate. When before it we raltle the key : With each aa ally, no power hath Fate To ahnt oat from fame y...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 25 November 1857

it's bowl uuheard- SSL (Clrwitlf.-Citra. WFPWFSDAT SOY . 2& The Murderer, Hiram W. Cole. The Cleveland Plaindealer given lore tketcb of Cole, who is now ii piirn at Geauga ccunty, for the murder of hi wile, It appears that he wits burn respectable parents in the State ol New York. Ab u four years ago he married the onlv daughter of an aed Widow I-! in Lyons, New Yo'k;hut sion after went to Hamilton. Upper Canada, where he engaged in the grocery hu-ine-s. and afierwards kept a liverv stable. Dunn. tlie first year of their mariiaie, a tlaUijh ter whs addtd to their Umily, and they lired appaiently contented and happy. Co'e I eciime "cqu-iiiiled wiili a woman named Augusta Wheelei. and kept her as hi paramour. This tact coming totlie knowledge of hi wife, she i-lt him and returned home to her mother. Cole fi nally brvke up in Hamilton and came over in'o GaireifvilU, in thN Sia'e, bring, ing h portion ol his livery ami his woman he called his wi e; who. ii j peats, was nothing more ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 25 November 1857

List of Books for $1,00, with a Gift. - - s n i s The Lamplighter. i Mabel Vanglidti, by the author of The Linplighter. ' " " " Raising the Veil, or Scenes in the Courts, The Mf chanic's Bride, life of El w ood Gordon,' r -r 5 . G.111I Gusley, ir the Trappers of Cni- bagog. , r , . Country Life, hv Miss Cooper, Old.M I Laud Little Allies, or the Rich Poor, and (tfy Pom Rich, Sries f t I lotue Circle, Walter XJU'rch, . - j Shit Walt r Rubbles, or Life on The VVntv - m..- . -Half Hour Stories, Faca, n Atmv Memoir. l.ilU Bell," or The Ln-.l Child, S:aiiftrfl. by Mrs. Itntklord, Romance id Travel, ' Heine Mil (turners nf The West, Peace, or The Stolen Will. Adventures nf Huiiiinn, Thrilling S'ories of The Forest, Pleasures "and Pt rils of a Sailois Life, Household Narratives, Brzd .mil La Plata, Must'iiiii of Remarkable Events, Swallow Bain, lv Kennedy, Slories for Christmas and Winter Even- tngs, Boston Common, a Tale of Our Own Times, Manual of The Arts, Ocean Adventures, Altha, or Sh...

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 December 1857

PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD & ADAMS. Otlll CLOCK. VOL. 42, NO. 16. SI SBrrklq arailq Soiirnal, ftuotri) WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, to rttbora, Slgrinilto, litmitarr, (Sbaration, lord Sntflltgrnrr, anb t Jta DECEMBER 2, 1 3 5 7. of tl;t Dm. I TERMS: i OXG DOLLAR AXD FIFTY CEJfT. WHOLE NO. 2143. Poetry. IT SNOWS—IT'S FIVE FACES. BT MKS. B. J. HALE. It snows," cries the school boy, "Hurrah his shout Is ringing through parlor and hall, 'and While swift as the wings of the swallow he's out. And his playmates have answered his call! It makes the heart leap but to witness their joys Proud wealth has no pleasure, I trow. Like the rapture that throbs in the breast of the boy. As he gathers his treasure of snow ! ' Then lay not the trappings of gold on their heirs. While health and the rich. of Nature are theirs. "It snows !" cries the imbecile, "Ah !" and his breath. Comes heavy as clogged with a weight. While from the pale aspect of Nature in death, He turns to the blaze of 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. — 2 December 1857

it , Mtsta gtscrbe ((mtrlt IDITOBS. 7. A. ADAMS, G. N. HAPGOOD WAKEEJr. WEDNESDAY. DEC 2. Democratic Doubts. Tbe Trumbull Democrat of last week .Is sorelj exercised concerning the posi lion wlicb the Republican Party will , .tale, in the future, and very tindly throws out some suggestions (or which, we have no doubt the Party will be verv ' tbaoUul. That paper also has doubts concerning Mr. Gidi'ings present posi--tion, and that which he wiil occupy in the future. It has bestowed consider -able attention upon that gentleman of late, the most marked instance of which was the giving some ten columns in one issue to a letter addressed to him by Mr. .Graetcr of this place, the like of which ;we venture to say, has not appeared in .any public print in this 19th century. - - Our.neighbor will do his own party greater service than any of its great men have been able to do, as yet, if he will .state any position which it can take in the -future, which will promise success. He ill find full ...

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 December 1857

THE ; 3fcf eh) tesei-be Chicle D1PC00D & ADAMS, Propritton. TERMS One Dollarand Fiftr Cents, ! - advance Two Dollar, If parmcat H mat Buttle i ad ranee. H. paper discontinued antil all arrearage ar paid scept at the optioa of the publishers. KATES OF ADYERTI3IN0 One square, twelve line or less, first Insert!, f 54 5 e eacaaauiuooat luaerno.-. -- da one year ---- Tw squares, thre months 4 six months -- - -" da a-a jew..... - O.e-foartb f a column, three months --- at da six da ... do one rear.... .......... CO 4 VO 7 00 19 00 00 11 Ot SO 00 Loafer advertisements inserted at a reasonable rata. Address Cards inserted for the year, at $1,00 per line. TJp Advertisements should ya marked the number of 1 times to ba tusertea, otnerwise uiry mi os continuea antil erdered out, and charged for at the above rates. JIj"Caual advertisements te ba paid for wbaa hand ad la. JOB PRINTING. flaring a superior assortment of Job Printing mate rial v are prepared to execute in the best -wanner, all ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 2 December 1857

The following remedies are offered to the public a th best most perfect, widt h medical science ran etford. Arc' CaTttaitTlc Pills htve been pre pared with the utmost skill which the medical pro fession of this age possesses, and their elfects show they km virtues which surpass any combination Mi medicines hitherto known. Other preparations io more or less good ; but this cures such dangerous compLunts. so quick and ao surely, as to prove an e6cacy and a iower to cproct disease beyond any . thin" which men have known before. By removing 4he obstructions of tlie internal organs and stimu lating them into kteulthy action, they renovate the 'fountains of life and tirot health courses anew ' through the body, and the sick man is well again. .They are adapted to disease, and disease only, for 7 when taken by one in health they produce but lit- tie effect. This is the perfection of medicine. It - fe antagonistic to disease, and no more. Tender children may take them with impunity. If they...

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. — 9 December 1857

PUBLISHED BY HAP GOOD &. ADAMS, oriii iiici. VOL. 42, NO. 17. SI JBftkhj amilq Sournal, Dfuotcb WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 13 5 7. to fmhmt ifulturf, Xtaturr, (Bburation, Xoral SnMigwrr. anb ijrr 3kns of itit Daq. I TERMS r OXE DOLLAR AXD FIFTY CSJJT. I r ABBOTS, IX AVAC. ''' - ; - WHOLE NO. 2149;;; ' T ' - 1 Poetry. A LITTLE WHILE. BY REV. DR. BONAR. Beyond the uniling, and tlie weeping, ' I shall be soon; Beyond tie waking, and the sleeping, Beyond the sowing, and the reaping, I shall be aoon. Love, real, and home! Sweet home! ' Lord, tarry not, but come. , Beyond the blooming, and the fading, I shall be aoon; Beyond the shining, and the shading, Beyond the hoping, and the dreaming, I shall be soon. . . , Love, rest, and home 1 . Sweet home ! Lord, tarry not, but come. Beyond the rising, and the setting, I shall be soon; Beyond the ealming.and the fretting. Beyond remembering, and forgetting, I shall be soon. Lore, rest, and home ! Sweet home! Lord, ...

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. — 9 December 1857

Mcs.crit tstrh CtronitltJ O. A. ADAMS, . N. HAPCJOOD IDIT0BS. WAEEEJT, WEDNESDAY, DEC- 9 Shall the Kansas People Vote? We have received an aaibeniie copy of the Kansas Constitution as adopted by the Bogus Convention, and are now able to Teiify the quotations we gare at etcond Land last week. The clauses submitted to (he people do not give them any power to exclude slavery from' the territory., buijt Jt expressly provided that all the slaves tbnt are brought into the Territory before the Constita ion goes inttffiect shull remain slaves, and the people shall have no power to emanci pate them by law. These portions of lh Constitution are not to be submitted to the people. The bogus Convention are deiermimed to force slavery upon ibe territory whether the people will oi not. They simply submit" the question , whether ia the future, new importations and new generations of slaves ahall be permitted, satisfied that if they gain the present they can control tLe futuie. , To this last barefa...

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. — 9 December 1857

" 4 '' Til K j" itiesf eh) ?estoe Chicle L'liPGOOO sV AlUSS, Troprieton. - TEC.HS One Oollaraiia Fiftf Cents, la advance; Tw Dollars, if payment is not nt4e ia ndraMce. - Urn papev discontinued until all arrearages sr Pia qtcept at the option of the publishers- . , KATES OF ADVERTISING - twuurt, twelve line r ! rt insertion, 5C 2S 4 -. each additional insertion d, one year.. .-.--. Ta. squares, three mor.lh. ........... ... d. six months ......... ..... da- .- vcr Oaa-fertk f column, three months . do six . de .. da on tmt t 00 4 00 7 00 19 00 s oo 18 M SO 00 teitras'.drertisements Inserted at a mmnibH rata. a.i- r.rri. inserted for the rear, at ai ,00 par Ha. Try-Advertisements ahaald be marked the aaaiher of timet ta be inatrted, otherwise they will be continued amtil ordered Oct, and charged for at the above rates. - jrjxaanaj ad jrUaemenU to be paid for whan hand JOB PRINTING. flariag a superior assortment f Job Printing mate, trial, wu are prepared to execute in the best manner...

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. — 9 December 1857

The following remedies are offered to tht public as the best, most pet-fact, wak-h medical science can afford. Avtst's Cathartic Pills bar been pre pared with the utmost skill which the medical pro fession of this age possesses, and their effects show . they have virtues which surpass any combination f medicines hitherto known. Other preparations 1 , do more or less good; but this cures such dangerous aomplaiats, so quick and au surely, as to prove an wfficacT and a power to uproot disease beyond any j thing which men have known before By removing - . the abstractions of the internal organs and stimu lating thasu into healthv action, they renovate the '. fountains of life and rigor health courses anew .through the bodv, and the sick man is well again, .fhey ate adapted to disease, and disease only, for whcn taken br one in health they produce but lit . tie cttect. This is the perfection of medicine. It . U antagonistic to disease, and ao more. Tender "children may take them with imp...

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. — 16 December 1857

PI'BUSHF.0 BY SXA.P500D & ADAMS. UUI BLOCS. 5 SBnklg anrilq Sournal, Ufuoftb io rofcam. irulturf, Itoto, duration, Xoral SiitriHgrntf. nnb fjjr iltws of-tjjt Saq.- 1 TERMS: 5 OJTE DOLLAR AMD FIFTY CEXT9. ras 0, ! ilflKI. VOL. 42, NO. 18. WARREN, TRUMBULL' COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1 6, 13 5 7. WHOLE NO. 2150. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE In obedience to the command of ihe Con tin!kn. it has now hecome ray duty lo give lo Congress information of the state o?' the Union, and recommend to their consideration rock mewur" as I may judge lo be 'necessary and expe dient." - - Bat Erst, and above all. cur thanks are due to Almighty G.d for die numerous benefits which tie has bestowed upon " this people; and our united prayers ought to ascend to Uioi that He would continue to bless our great republic io lime to come as He has blessed it in time past. Since the adjournment of the last Congress, our constituents have enjoyed an unusual - degieeot health. The earth has yielded ber truits anu...

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. — 16 December 1857

on a recent occasion to sustain its wise provisions Wore the great tribunal the American people, never differed about its true meaning ba this subject. Everywhere throughout the Union publicly pledged their faith and their lhat they woa'd cheerfully submit, ihe question of slavery Jo lbs decision of the bona fide people of Kansas, without ny reStnctioa or qualification whatever, All were cordially united upon the great doctrine of popular sovereignty, wliichi the vital principle of our free institutions. Had it then been insinuated from aoy quarter it would be a sufficient com pliance a iu the requuitioas ot the organ ic law for the meraoers of a'- convention, thereafter to be elected, to withhold the question of slavery from ilie people, and to substitute their own" will for thai'' of a legally ascertained inijofity of nil their constituents., this would have been in stantly rejected.' Everywhere tiiey-remained true to the rcsoluiiuns aJop'cd on celebrated occasion recognizing "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. — 16 December 1857

TH K BirSOOB 4 IDiis, Proprietor. TafcRMrJ One Oollnrftnr Fifty Cents, in ardvatsce Two Dollars, if parmcnt is mot utde la dvaMor -., Ii. paper aiscatitiBued antil all irmnfei r paid accept at the opti'cn of the publishers. .-iATEs OP ADVERTISING Oat Squax'e.iwelve lines or-lesa. firt insertion, $ ' SO aa " vrach additional insertion da - one yexr.. .. . .. Two squares three moalaa............... dj six mouths......... d. - o:.e ear. 0tsavrth of a column, three months ..... da-- - do six - d, ..... a, do oneiru. .- 6 1)0 4 00 7 (IU 13 00 e oo la cat so oo LongriVFrtisements inserted at a reasonable rate Addre Cards inserted for the year, at $1 ,00 per line. Vr"yAdvertisemems should he marked the number of iisaes-a loserseti.otnerwiee tney aria o continue srntil .edsewd oct,ad charged for at the above rates. U ""Casual adt jrtiaesaEts to be paid for when hand d in. ' - c-? JOB PRINTINO. flavfnf a superior assortment of Job Printinf mate rial, arc are prepared to exeente in the best m...

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. — 16 December 1857

Ths fjEjwir.R re-nediM are offered to the pnMie as tie best, wot pcrrcL, w::i h medical science caa tfuti. ii vk' Catuaktic Pitas have brn pre pared r"i"i rt-e ut:awt skill wUf'a Sire wiwuciii pro hntsiuii of tiiis ago pu:-sse, mi tile j ed'j.U show thev h.-.vc "irtiu-s vuieh surpass any coaibinatiun of iaei.cir.e Hitherto known. Other preparation! Oo more or ieSigo.d; but this cares sucn danfrerous tonij liims. to nuitk aiid so sirrelv, a to prove an elBcacy snd a power t uproot disease beyond any tiniig which men have known N fore. Br removing the obstructions of the internal organs and stimu lating them into tea.'by action, they renovate the iuuntaiu of life and ti.sur health' courses anew through the butiv, and the sick unu is well again. They are adapted tu disentf, and disease only, for when taken by one ic health they produce but lit tle effect. .This is the perfection of medicine. It is aataronbitie to disease, and bo more. Tender children tnay take them with impnnity. If th...

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. — 23 December 1857

SI IBwklq amilq Sonrnnl, Jfouoftb to rotora, Stgnrnltarr, literature, duration, lord SnttUtgtnrr, ' ahb tiji 3ta of tjjt Daq. r TERM8: I OJfE DOLLAR AHU FIFTY CKMT. PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD &. ADAMS. Mini met. VOL. 42, NO. 19. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 3, 18 5 7. WHOLE NO. 2111 Poetry. THE TIMES. BY GEORGE W. CROWELL. ? A storm is low'ring la the iky, " The winds are moving e'er the deep, - Dark shadows swift are fleeting by, ' O'er human hope with onward sweep, , t Coming event their shadows throw, - A lengthening, long and glooipy line; 1 . The ghostly vanguard of a foe, s "Which ever treads the glade of time. ' A world of commerce and of trade, "Whose beating pulse we ever feel; A chilling fear, a gloomy shade O'er all its raried forms now steal. ' . The spreading sail is furled to rest, . The steamer at her mooring swings. Whilst mellow autumn o'er earth's breast, Her choicest gifts of nature flings. The earth, enriched with plenty, teems. The air is b...

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. — 23 December 1857

W&tskm gestae tyxtwk O. A. ADAMS, Q. N. H.VPGOOD j EDITORS. WASHES. WEDireSDAT. DEC 23. Congress and the Message. Congress opens with unexpected inter est. The message of the President is precisely what was expected from him, i and its tone and substance had heenerery Vbeiy foraeen before it was published The mnexpected denouement has come ia lis form xif a sudJeo and bold oppo sition ta the Kansas policy of the admin utraiion, on the part of the! great leader f ; Ihe'Uiasomri Compromise repeal, Stephen A.'Dosiglas himself. J The message, io its style, is a decided 4sBpTOeflaeiitt upon the school boy decla rations of Frank Pierce, and in most that telatea to the foreign policy of : the ctmatry, and its denunciation of fillibust erin v.will meet with approbation of mod--swate men .f all parties. The points in which the partisan character of the Pteajdest's jSdliiic9 .appears are. 1st, A sweeping dennnciation of banks and pa- . .pw" currency ; 2d, An evident determi nation to quar...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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