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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 23 December 1857

I'll E I1TC00O ft lilis, Proprifton. L---- TERSU OnenollariiiKl Fifty Cents, ia advaacet Two Dollar, if payment U not - ; made ia J vaiicr. j ' Ha paper 4rseautiuu4 until all arrearages ar paid at th f.ion or th publishers. i RATES Of ADrE-TI?ni 1 0a Mm, twelve lines ar less, first insertiea, a a emchad.iti.nal insertion... -.... .ae sr.... - M fw. aBar, three month-... 4 00 " da six mouths... SO d. re year. 13 uo -ae-fourth a column, three aienths . . 8 o v aa do aix am ...... i t ov d da oneyear .. SO OS Cnger 4ieiliiumS inserted at a reasonable rats. -Adires Cards inserted teethe year, at (I.OW per line jrdvertitemerts shenld be marked Ihs namler of Jtlmes to ae innea, otnerwiee i-ey wui do continued ... juti I -ordered act, and charred for at the above rates. - - JJr"Casaal ait jrlisements ts be paid for vhea hand 4 ia. Ji JOB - PRINTING. Itavinr a superior assessment of Job Printing state rial, we are prepares to exeente in me best manner, all t r r' sands af plain and fancy Bo...

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. — 23 December 1857

Variety. TRANSCENDENTAL POETRY. SHARMA—BY R. W. EMERSON. , If tlte K'J skf er think he slays. Or if the tkio thltik he U thilo. They know not well the subtle v.ys I keep, and pan, and turn again. Far or forget to me it near. Shadow and eunligot arc the same. The vanished guds to me ntnr. And one to me are shame and fume. They reckon ill who leave me put; When me they fly, I am the wings; . I am the doubter and the dimU, And I the hymn the Brahmin sings. The strong gods pine fur my nlxxle, And pine in rain the sacred sevrn; .But thou, meek lover of the good ! Find me, and turn thy Imek on heaven. MCITOX. If the fat butcher thinks be slnys. Or he, the mutton, thinks he's siain. Vhy, -truth is troth," the eat-r says "I'll eoine.and 'cut and come agnin.'" The hungry wolves that on him leer. Mutton is sheep, and sheep the same ; So famished god would at biin snevr; To famine, chops are mora than taino. Who hiss at him. him but assures That they are geese, but wanting wing; Tour coat in h...

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. — 30 December 1857

PUBLISHED BT HAPOOD &. ADAMS, mriii met. VOL.. 42 NO. 20. SI Hfofclq nmilq.-Sflimial, Druoteb WAKREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, la rwiora, SgriruItaiT, Ittato, duration, Xora! Sntflligrnrr, anHjjj Htms DECEMBER 3 0, 13 5 7. of ijjt Uaq. TERMS t OXE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CXHTS. WHOLE NO. 2152. Poetry. CLOSING THE LEDGER. BY HENRY MORFORD. Close up Ledger, Howry and sadly. Tut let it be; Mournfully TMSteth by the year ; - . ; . "What are the records, for yon and me. Left by the failing fingers here T ' What fur pauion and what for lore t Aad what for avarice and crime I 'What fur hope and the Leaven aborc t . What of the Ledger, Time ? Ckxe up the Ledger, Time ! ' Many a name, for good or ill, - Fills to the margin your blotted scroll Many a high and haughty will Many a low and humble soul ; '. Yet one page to each is given. Marking the changing path we climb . Holding the balance of hell and heaven ; What of the Ledger, Time t Close up the Ledger, Time !"".".. " Say are we cre...

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. — 30 December 1857

i EDI TO R 8 . O.A.ADAMS, - A O. N. HAPfiOOD WABREff. WEDNESDAY. DEC. SO Congressional. The proceedings in Congress for the past week liave not varied much from the one of the wek before. A system atic attack upon Douglas in the Senate has been begun, and speeches have been made by Biler "of Pennsylvania, and Fitch of Indiana. Senator Douglas re plied to both these speeches in a crush ing manner, defending his present posi tion wiflr"triuroj.hant power? The fact that he is uow defending the right of the Kansas people (o rote on their Con atitulion, gives him a power and rivacitr which he has not commonly shown. In the House, S. S. Ccx of this S ate, opened the ball by boldly supporting Douglas position. Others are falling into line, and the prospect is that there will be a strong Northern Party formed within the Democracy, and this division from (he necessity pfiho case, will nd themselves forced over more and more toward the Republican ground. The C. & M. Rail Road. For the las...

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. — 30 December 1857

. . "THE KiPEDOB t liliSt Proprietor!. . - TERXSOaenoilarnnd Fifty Cents, ia wlrtacet Two Dollars, il' payment is aot Bade ia advattce. . paper dlsceutinaed antit all arrearages art paid Maaatat th option af the publishers. . . u.JLTH or auvertisisq Oaa sosare.ewelve lines or 1m. first Insertion. 50 4a. each additional iaaartian. ......... a " eneyear 0 Two swsarea, three months..... ............... 400 4a . six naoutks...... , SO 4. . " " .n. year - 12 0 Oae-fewrth o a column, three months ..... COO 4a da - six. 4a IS OS 49 --' do oneyear. SO 00 Longer adtcitlsemoniB inserted at a reasonable rata. Udrtu Cards inserted for the year, at $1,00 per line. Advertisements snoaia ne marked the nnmber or times ta aa Inserted, oibmnM they will ba continued antil iritwd out, and charged (or at th above rates. STCaaaal adv jrilsements u b paid (or when hand . ae. ia. . , JOB PRINTING. flaviaf a superior assortmeat of Job Printing atate rial, wm ara prepared to execute ia the best manner, all s...

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. — 30 December 1857

Variety. ANANTIEARLY-RISING POEM. BY JOHN G. SAKE. "Gudble Utcnian bo first inTenUj tlw!" So Sonclio Fanzi mi.I, and ao ay I ; . And Ursa liim, alto, tliat lie diJnl kwp Hia great discovery to Him try To make it aa Uie lucky fclluw mis'-t A close monopoly lij- "patent right." Tea bleu Xhr man bo first invented slp, (I really eaa"? aroii Viv iteration;; But bbwt the tnan.witli curse kud and .Wf, Wbate'er tbc raacnl's name, or ag or station, VTho first invented, and went rutin J advising, Tb it artificial cut irff early rising ! "Rise villi tbe lark, and with tlie Urk to bed," Obwrvea some aoktun sentimental o I llaxima like thrae are ttj- ehenply said; But are you make youraelf a fool or fowl, . Pray jtvrt inquire about their rise and fall, Aad whether lark bare any bed at all ! Tbe "time far honest folki to be al la in tbe morning, if 1 reason rilit: And he wbo cannot keep bis pr-cimu bead Upon bis pillow till iff fairly light. - An 1 ao enjoy bia forty tui ruing winks la np to knav...

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. — 6 January 1858

PUBLISHED BT HAPGOOB V ADAMS. Mriti iiici. 5 SBwkhj arailq Sonrnal. Dtuotrb to rtritom. ilgriraltare, Itatarr, (B&uraftan, loral Infriligtnrr, anb tjj 35eni3 of ijjt Daq. 1 TERMS : S OXE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS. FU Aim, I lllAlct VOL. 42, NO. 21. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1358. WHOLE NO. 2153. Poetry. THE MID-WATCH. BY BAYARD TAYLOR. I jmee the deck ia the dead or night, . j When the moon sad starlight fail, ' And the cordage creaks to the laxy swells, - And heavily flap the aail. On the darkness glimmers the binnacle lamp, . With s feeble and lonely spell ; No aound but the pawing sentry tramp. Or his measured cry "All's welL" To and fro, with accustomed step, - I walk in the night alone. ." And I think of the thousand watches kept In the years forever flown : Of the friends in whose manly fellowship . . I labored long ago. Till death relieved their watch on earth. And they went to rest below. I think of the gallant ones who died "When our broad-side s...

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. — 6 January 1858

?Mt sftrit Qmfo fijjrorarlt. cu A. ADAMS. N. HAPCiOOD EDITORS. WAEXISr," WEDNESDAY. JAN. 6 LATEST FROM KANSAS. BATTLE BETWEEN LANE'S MEN AND THE Government Troops! THREE DRAGOONS KILLED. The following important Kmsas news las been received by the St. Louis Dm ecrtt: I By passengers from Kansas who ar rived in town last evening, we bave ob laineJ the following intelligence - On Friday, the 25th alt,, news reach --d' Leavenworth, that an engagement bad taken place between the troops un der Gen. Lane, at Sugar Mound, and a company of the United States dragoons. The officers ordered Gen. Lsne o sur render himself and men to the U. S. au thorilies, which he refused to do, when the dragoons charged upon the troop, - and were repulsed, with a loss of three of tbeir number. Finding themselves too weak to dislodge Lane, the dragoons - retired, and an express was sent to Gov. Denver for reinforcements. The Gov ernor immediately ordered three comp .. nies of dragoons to the seat of war. and th...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 6 January 1858

THE niPCDD3 . AD1SS, froprietort. ' TGBMS-OueDolIarai)Fftr Cento, ! " dram I Tm Doltar, II" Iftiywaemt is not ' ma tie I" mdvamce. X paper uie.ntinaej until all arrears; art paid - ucptAlO, arxl.n o( the publisbers. RATES OF ADVERT'SINO 0k Huh, twelve linn or less. r uertiu. t . do ehWiti.naHnerun... de .neyear .... In emiarcs, three months. d. SIX HMUIxtMt. do - year ........ O.e fourth mt a column, three month,. d - do six " d. J. Aw' one vear. ......... ' Laager advertisements Inserted at a reasonable rate. . TTAafertiseaneats SM be marked the number - tlmeeta be internee:, atheewwe they Till he continued afetil ordered ect.mod charged for a the ahov. rate. UTT'"1' r:n-iT T'J ' k--J f tu 0 4 T 19 19 to jon piunttino. Saving a superior assortment of Job Printing ute -rial, we are prepare te execute h, the best meaner, all . kind ef plaia and. fmaey smw aa 'ee rn.ut, aMree Catde, ' Basta.es Cards. '- Bank Cacrw. BIMief Lading, Ball Tickets, Blanks, ill kinds, Certificates. - Labels...

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. — 6 January 1858

Variety. TO MY COAT. ONE OF BERANGER'S MOST FAMOUS SONGS Thoojh nearwly worth one paltry firunt Thout dear to roe, my poor ulJ cost; Fie full ta years my friend Uiou'st been Fur full ten Tears I've IrusticJ Uiec cU-an; And now, lik me, Ihod'rt oU nod wan; With both the glow of youth is goat; j . Bat. wan and shabby as thou art, - T boa and tin poet shall nut part, IVor Coat. I"te not forgot the birth day ere When first I dunned thy gluwy sleeve. Whe jorial friends, in mantling wine. Crank joy and health to me and mine. Our indigence let some drspise, TSVer dear a ever in their eyra. And for tiieir sales, oi l as thou art. Then and th oet shall not part, ' .,' .. ' PoorCoaU i One evening, I remember .. I, romping, feigned tu fir Lisetle; She ttroTe her loror to retain,. .. . . And thy frail skirt fat rent in twain, bear girl! she did luff b-.si -ndaor. And patch thee up as wellas ever. And for bersake, old as Uiou art, . . 4, Thou aud the poet shall not part, -: Poor CuaU Kvr, my cua...

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. — 13 January 1858

. i L !J 1 ' -U hapdTadW j a 8fr jfcig aiuilq Sonrnai, St notr b ia rr t bora, irnltai?. litf raturr, B5ar ufion, larnl Snftlligtnrf, anb tjp 35ems of tp Daq. J D.R-D?Hl"fcCEXT,; VOL.42, KO. 22. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 18 58. WHOLE NO. 2154 GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Senators and Representatives: (CONCLUDED.) To obtain a clear idea of the actual sit uation, it will be necessary to revert lo the close of tbe fiscal year 1854 5. Th balance in the Treasury en the 15th of November. 1H55. applicable to the dis bursements of lH5-. va 1, according- to the report of the laie A editor of State. . . S 03,57 64 Sat or ton bi lance there bad been deposited with (ailed banks and bankers, by the . foinf Treasurer.. iOt.S-Hi 9 And there was retained by him nader claims for excb age. though sot credited by the Auditor.. SIP.4S7 l And there bad been unlawfully abstracted, as appears Crom tbe report of Mr. 8 farrow and of th. present Treatwrer. .579 911 00 staking an afgregute ...

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. — 13 January 1858

Western Reserbe Chronicle. A. ADAMS. JS HAPGOOD G. IDIIOES. WARREN, WEDNESDAY. JAN. 13. Atlantic and Great Western Railroad. Two weeks aince we published an ar ticle copied from the Summit Beacon, giving some Recount of the progress made by the Directors of ibis road, in mating arrangements for its immediate construction. To-day we give another, taken from the U. S. Mining and Kail Road Journal. The Board of Directors met at Mans field on the 5ih inst., and prssed sox.e resolutions which may prove of very material interest to the citizen? of this place.--A-fewdayytince a surrey was made of a line running about two miles north of this town, (just south cf the County Infirmary, and north of the bend of the river.) which the engineer states is a mile shorter than the route through the town nnd sare. two biidges over the river. There is no denying the fact that if this road should be made, and .upon this new route, it will prove a very serious damage to the prosperity of Warren. Equally...

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. — 13 January 1858

THE niPSOOD & ADASS, Proprietors. - -tEE2atS One Dollar a ml Ftftr Cents in " dSmM-e; Two Dollars, if payment if BOt made tm advance. Ho ririieuti"ned. until sllirmntll are paid eteeptet the option nf the publishers. - . , ATB9 or Aurntisixa r One square, twelve lines er Uu arst insertion! $ 50 each additional insertion.. do .e ycr.- -- 6 11(1 , xw square, three ontfu.-i.. 4 "p - - do six sanths...l.l. ......... ii -j do . oso .ear.... .......... 14 Owe fourth of a column, three snonlhs 00 do . do . is do ' of - do . do neyear. ....... ...... SOW C" Loneer advertisement inserted at a reasonable rate. Addrees Carda inserted fr the rear, at tl.M per line. - Jpidrertiseateeu shotild le marked the number of times to bo rotertea. tnerwise urr out w cuoimura - ntilorered oct,aod charged lor at (he abore rates. " ItTCasoal edv jr:iesnents to be paid for when hand " i in. JOB PKINTINO. Ravine a nDarior assortment of J oh Priuting mate . J rial, we are prepared to execute in the best man...

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. — 13 January 1858

Variety. YANKEE COURTSHIP. YANKEE COURTSHIP. BY ALICE DE VERB. Cottage by the hillside Time, near onto dark, Dorothy besule the fire, Waiting for spark. .Old man by the. chimney, lEeading Boston paper; ' Old Udy by the table. Making Sal a cap, or -Sotr other peculiar kind of garment. Tery cold without, and Wind shrieking bowling. .Owls op in the orchard. Out perhaps a fowling. Bap, tap, at the kitchen door Dorothy looks pleasant, "Jonathan," she whispers sly, "Hot me if it isnt. Or some fellow that I do not want to sec." Door is open "Jonathan 1 Why, how da ye du V "Well, Dorothy, I'm putty well, And seein' how it's you." Old man stops his reading. Old lady quits her sewing ; Both remark to Jonathan, "Well, neow, how its blowing. There's oing to be some tall weather, yet, I iwow." Salutation orer. Jonathan is mam ; Wishes over sundry times That he was to hum. Old folks getting sleepy. "Gin to nod the head ; Dorothy suggest that they Had better go to bed And a prodigious grin lights ...

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. — 20 January 1858

SI fflfrtklq nrailg Sournal, SMA to rttbam, irulturr, liforafurr, duration, local SixtHItgrnrr, anb fjft JStms of ifrt Uaq. I TERMS : i OXE DOLLAR AX1 FIFTY CEXTS. I IU AfUVM, l ADTAJIcr. PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD &. ADAMS. .arii block. VOL. 42, NO. 23. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1853. WHOLE NO. 2155. Poetry. [For the Chronicle.] SONG OF THE KANSAS EMIGRANT BY GEORGE W. CROWELL. W.'tw wirhfil with h-ut Vrth Bra and stront. With m i anfmmd u the m. To diMact land Ui la the wtt, Ta raise the balnrks vf the free. We (o, aad right .hall lot oar ran. With peace aad lore well Mek to rrign, " And pbult the aeeda of Empire th-re, Oo soil aocaraed by SUr'ry'i .tain. We've aoacht with oar embattled lines. On nature', wild aealtnred breast. To rear a free an J aiightjr rotate. The pride aad glory af the wet. Where Kansas', (airy prairies spread. With rutting Bead's of aaviug green. There soon U ju her gentle swells. The ehal sirfre shall proaJljr gleam. We offer to th...

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. — 20 January 1858

Western Reserve Chronicle. O. A. AO A MS. G.X.HAIH ;()! EDITORS Western Reserve Chronicle. WARREN, WEDNESDAY, JAN 20. Nebraska Legislature Divided—Holding Sessions in Omaha and Florence at the same time. We arc indebted (o John CsBipbell, EstJ , Ute of Newton Falls, for a copy of io vmaBa.fSffa .xira,oiineHiuiiar, iast., from wLfchtre wle a short extract i 'not list-iag room for more, our piper be ing ready for press. The XArnalilan lays: -Yesterday morning, to consume time, ben tie House went into committee of the whole on the printing polutioa, sev eral gentltmtn, who are opposed to the removal of the capital, spoke against - time; thus preventing a motion for the rising of the committee. At this, the t-peaber and Ljs frieads-a mj-riiy of . the House, an3 (he aie meu who vo'ed -for the iDtlegate .llesolu lions" be cKe tn:h exasperated, and withdrew from trre-Konsei the -minority thirteen in number remainirg in commiuee. -Seeaker Decker and his friends cni 'own to the Douglas House...

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. — 20 January 1858

t H i; H'.rCOOD t" JDAiiS Prprif!or.. ;"". ne !sollf;i' .ttii Vi e Opitts, t jjdvtare; 1 Uu IKllldis, li tiMVuteut Is not acvape. ' - 'Jto paper d.;scout:uu.'d cntii all -irrearasea are paid tevpt :A ifce siplica ol tti puuiul-.ert. - An. imhi-j Itn. 1. Si..! tiMS.ian. A 4 each aditional insertion - do .neyear - Two oares, three mouths.. do six months-. -" j do ytr ...... 13 Owe fourth of a co lam n, three mnOs .... 8 '( d. fix da do d. .neveae iO Imager advertisements inserted at a reaonsble rate. ' Address Cards inserted for th. year, at $1,00 per line. 71 rltmtiwnMiU ihnnlrf kc BtT'. eil the KWWT times to he inserted, otherwise tbey will be continued MtHorlera .nnd charged forattheabore rates. TrjCasuai advjg-tisemcntsto bepaid forwben hand 'ed tn. JOB PRIN'TINO. slaving s superior assortment of Job Printing mate rial, we are preparei to execute in ine best Banner, ail kinds of (.lata aua fancy Book and Job matte', tvm as Address Cat ds. ' Certificates. Labels. Business Cards, Ch...

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. — 20 January 1858

Variety. Variety. ZEROTES. Zer jtes is a nam of stone, fie aires -hut foe htmsell etor.r; 4fo wifc'j endearments soothe bit care. Nor seet jmsll IWsVie. on M' iuira; Nephew or niece h hates the name, No plaec ia ball or heart for them: l no one in the world eares be, And yet be fuin beloved would be. Grave views of life Zervtes take; tHe slians all holiJavs and wakes; X merry laugh provokes bis frown, He sternly puts all nonsense down. H"ben through the village runs the jest. He stands unmoved amidst the resl. A kill-joy hated much is be, ' Tot aiu Zcrotes loved wvuld be. Of noble, thoughtful, generous, bold, Zerutes lisUi not to be told; Tell bun.oftb:iee:bo do amiss. And suffer for't, yoti give him bliss. Speak of the reckless and absurd, iEs echoes each detractive word. No gentle commentator is be, atnj.yetlre fnin beloved would be. Cold, timid, buttoned op. and grim, :Few e'er have been obliged to him; . Yet while he does so little good, He talks of men's ingratitude -Ungrateful...

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. — 27 January 1858

" " :" PUBLISHED BY -HAPOOOD & ADAMS. (rut BLOCK. SI ISrrkli) ranilij Sournal, Dwobb' la ftt&nm, Slgritultare, Xifrrafnrt, (Biiuration, Iota! fnftlligratr, anb tyf Htms of tre Saij. TERMS? - . . OXJ3 DOLLAR AX J) TITTY CXXTS. , i. .. VOL. 42, NO. 24. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1858. WHOLE NO. 2156! Poetry. FLIGHT OF THE HOURS. BY C. P. CRANCH. Tht hours arc rieirless snjels, - And Mill go gliding sy, " A4 bear each rjomect's record ap To bin who sits on high w The poison or th nectar The heart's deep flover-enps jield, . And smjks still the gither swift, An! lean In tht field. . And nut fly by on pinions Of gorgeous gold and bine. And tome fly on with drooping wing Or sorrow's darker am. And aa re spend each ssinato That God to as hath giren. Tht deeds art known before hit throne Ait the tale is told in heartn. And we who vjlk among them. As one Sjr one departs. Think not that they art horeriog ; ToteTtr ronnd oar heart. lilts saaaser res that iore...

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. — 27 January 1858

C A- ADAM'S, i .?. HAHiOOD" IDITOES. WAXtLES, WEDNESDAY. AS. 27. The Usury Law. We r glad to moriee ia the last Trumbull Democrat, an excellent article upon the Ten Per Cent Law. With its views upon the subject we perfectly co incide. It seems to tbat if tbere is any one question, having any bearing whatever upon Stale politic-, upon which 11 tie editors in Ohio, must think alike, it is upon the repeal cf th Ten Per Cent Law.. ..If there is acj exception, it Bust be that anomaly in this age, a rich editor, wira has money to loan, for no man of 'ordinary intelligence can advocate high legal rates of interest, fur the sake of pttiiie good. There is no class of men who feel more senslb'y than publishers of newspapers, the effect of wrong leg islation on financial questions, upon the whole community, for tie reason that while the amount they receive from each individual subscriber is small, those -amounts are scattered among so many . that whatever affects the public a little, . effects...

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