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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 27 January 1858

T H K MeMefri) esfl-be S.ft,r.ie S1FC00D t 1DAJ1S, froprittm. TEBS- Itollaraad Fifty Cr-arts, In advance. Two "Dollar, a payment la not samite: tat dvaie. ? K. paprr discontinued until mil arrearage ar paid scept at the Option ef the publisher. A.ATES OP ADVERTISING. Owe swtiare. twelv line or le. first lnerV;u, $ d. - each additional inseruoo. ......... 50 S mm -. .. tae year.- Two squares, three months ........ C 00 4 on: a- six eaoatux..... .... --. mm " acc year... 1 P Ona-Anutk f a column, thre months. 9" 4. da .ix d " 4m 4a one year.... - Longer advwrttaementa .averted at a reasonable rate. Ad.lreea Cards iaserted forth, jear.at per Una. Jy Advertisements shotl he marked the number af time aa be inserted, otherwise they will be continued oartil ordered tt,wd charged for at the above rates. TCaaaal act T-iaBBt to be paid for when hand ad la. - .. JOB PUINTINO. Having a sapernr otaseut af Job Printing uute rial, we are prepared to execute in toe best maaacr.all kiad f alaia and ...

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. — 27 January 1858

Variety. SEASONS AND REASONS. 1 lore my lost in Spring time For beauty fresh as May, For cheeks like early roses. Fur eyes bright as day ; For breath like balm of lillirs. For smiles like sunrise clear; t Jtov. my lore ia Spring time. And love her all the year. 2 lore my lore ia Summer, For promise warm and true. For truth like noonjny throwing A light on old and new ; For wealth of bloom and freshness. And shady comfort near ; I lore my lore ia Summer And lore her all the year. I lore my lore in Autumn, Fur fruit of gentle deeds. For irisdom to be gnrnered To serve our future needs ; For virtues ripening ever. Like harvests full in ear, I love my love in Autumn, And love her all the year. I love my love in 'Winter, For charities untold. For warmth of household welcome. For looks that thaw the cold ; For harmless mirth and pastime. As rich as Christmas cheer ; I lore my lore in winter. And love her all the year. NOTHING TO WEAR. Nothing to wear?' Well, well, I suppose Some ladies qu...

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. — 3 February 1858

TERM'S ' OXE DOLLAR ASO FIFTY CENT. FEB ASBCM, III PTACF. ... - 21 SMlq amilq Sournal, Dtuofeb h Jmhm, Slgrimltarf, literafurt, (Btaration, local gnWIigenrr, nnb ire ftui of ifrt'Saq. PUBLISHED BY BAPSOOD 4V ADAMS. (Wilt 1LOCI. VOL. 42, NO. 25. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1858. WHOLE NO. 2157V; 1 Poetry. [Correspondence of the Albany Evening Journal.] POEM BY JOHN Q. ADAMS. WASHINGTON, Aug. 31, 1841. lobe Qoibry Aowbm i cm of the iotelleeteal prod ie-ieo whsso eaeracters eietiagalsh era or tisse. Ai haaaree year acaca I eoabl whether the Aarrieaa null anil show arare thaa tw. buhi Benjamin Traaklia an Oeorge WaahiagtoB brig hue thaa that f J. ha Q. Aaaa,. Mr, Aaaa it no seventv-f.ar year aid. Bat year hava aiaae aa iaipressioa apoa his intellect. Mr. Morvaa. a hse Mat in the Hoase 1 next ta that af Mr. Aeaaas. haa obtained tor aw. with awraaissiea a pabliah ia the Jrnl. a copy af the Poeai which I aaelaa. It was arittea ia July, IM'l, wader theac aircajasta...

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. — 3 February 1858

C. A. ADAMS, O. N. HAPGOOD BBIT0S8. TTAJLSEJr. WEJJUESDAT, FEB. 3. The Democratic Legislature. It is still fresh in the recollection of ll,lijwr Buring the whole of the session f the last Legislature," every Democrat ic paper ia this State was filled with rail ilnys at the "Republican Legislature, its aselessnesa, extravagance, quarrelling, 4c Now we hare Legislature with a toong Democratic majorty in both 'branches, with the power to pass any :bill that majority choose to pass, and what -has it done during the month it Las been in session, and what is it doinjr? First, It has passed (throuxh the low er .House, and probably through the :ScjaU,)lIr. Brooke's bill which opens the jails of Ohio for the incarceration of Fugitive Slaves, thus turning the jail into slate pens. It has introduced another to repeal the law prohibiting kidnapping and slave holding in OLio. It has introduced an other to repeal the Habeas Corpus act which was-passed by the Republican Leg islature to protect 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. — 3 February 1858

THE r umtii k 18118, FrtprieUn. i. .. . - TIEBSSA Oae Dollar and Fifty Cent la d matte) Tiro Dollar, if pnymeat Is not ' Awaiste ta MC3. . ' " - - VokedeMtisnraaBtnansjTearat ST paid " ccspt at the sptiss of U publishers. "..t KiTU Or ABVBETI81S9 T 1 fbna ,i KnM ar less, flrkt Insertion. St 50 A additional insertion .... 4s . one year...... .... , tars sowar, three straths. So to 4 h T 00 14 no .as sis sssains - ' sjsv sec year.... . Oas-ssmrta of a column, thres months J. (or lii do "". It 0 OS do " one rear 40 on T-BsdveTtts-mcr-t. Insert st a sa,s.!l, r-e. Aodross Cards inaer! f .r the year, st-l,o ir line. - TfAdveftiaensrrttS nou IIM Biarae.1 la. uintr r.r lim to be tasenea. otherwise tuey be eonttn.u-d atilordered H..aa rBargwd .r at tne v i.:ea. jrJc.sxl sdtjrtiscueau to be paid for when hand 4 is. r: ' JOB PRINTINTr. i Ha vine s saserter arsantaneat of Job friatiag mate riaL. we are prapars-t ta eseewte in the best saanner.ail ciiuls of plaia and fency R-aak and Aob Frintie,...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 3 February 1858

Variety. I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT IT MEANT. , S gave m a knife one day at school. Four bladed, tb Landle of pearl JU3 great Hack worJa on the wrapper aaiJj "For the darlingest little girL" J vu glad! O yea, yet the crimson blood To my young cheek came and vent. And my heart thomp'd wondrore'y pit a-pat. But I didnt know what it meant. ne night he said I oust jump on hi aled, For the snow was falling fast ; I wai half afraid, but he coaxed and coaxed, f And he got me on at last, a Xacghing aod chatting in merry glee, ' To my home his course he bent. And my sisters looked at each other and smiled, But I didn't know what it meant. The years passed on, and they touched his eye -With a shadow f deeper bl ue ; - 'They gar to his form a manlir grace To his cheek a swarthier hue. We stood by the dreamily rippling brook. When the day was almost spent .Bis whispers were soft as the lrllaby ; .And now I know what it meant ! Bat ard Tatlos, in the Jays when -was a bachelor, wrote the following sflanz...

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. — 10 February 1858

j tera:S J OXE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CEXTS. U AlTOM. IB AOVASTCCa PCBI IRHED BY EAPOOOD , ADAMS. . MTUI IIICI. 3 JBftklq arailq Sournal, Sraoitb to fmtom. irultarf, liftrafurr, (Bburafton, lora! ftrfflHgrarr, anb fyr Hems of tjp Daq. VOL: 4 2, NO. 2 6. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1858. WHOLE NO. 2158. Poetry. [For the Chronicle.] I HAVE NO HOME. BY. E. BOUTON. I hare ne boase. Aa t Rem If e'er the dark, sad history Of II vlnf rief an! hurled Joy, . A tear saffoses mj dim eye : 8 veet chiMhand mirth, youth ' gayetr. And Manbo.l'a strength hare all f one by; And. t. aa- bosooi. a. I sigh, Th thoeght cones sadly, silently. I hTe ne home. I had aJtotae a lorely spot. Where sued Bly father's hamhle cot ; An1), wandering since. where'er Tee songht For happiness, and found it not. While weeping oVr nr hapless lot. To soothe mm conies a tender thoarbt Of that dear borne. Twas a tear home. Tn simple tl We lived; oar loving mother's smile . .. Coald all oar childish grie...

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. — 10 February 1858

.;.-..... rT T 3 C. A. AD MS. o.x.i-iAivioon ElUTOEB. -'In The President's Message. From the organization of the con fede ral of the United States, to litis day, iineng nil the documents which have em enaled from its executive, the late m-.-s-sage of Mr. Buchanan on tlm Kansas vjucstion, st mds out alone, sn anomaly in history, -For he ret time a President of the United Slates lias stoppedf.-om hi high position to issue a document for par ly purpose?; a document which is net on iyji direct otposhbt) to the will of a large majority of his ctmsiituent; in op position ta their interests an I to the inte rests of freedon,-bwt is in direct op"osi tion to tiie truth, an 1 lite fjct3. He says: Th3 Peo;h of Kinsvt hive then, -'in their own way,"' and ia strict accordance with the organic at, framed Ont:!ii tion and State Government, have submit ted the all-important queston if Slavery to the People, and. have fleeted a Gover nor, a Member of Congress. Members ot the State Legislature and ot...

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. — 10 February 1858

... tiii: , : fl.P.383 i ADiTs, rrtprictr. - ' Ti-SMS One l)ii:n. ia-l Tifi Cento, vdvauoet Two i)lln., I payment is uoi mans advance. . Nu paper discontinued aatil all arrearages are pil sxept mt lo. option of the publisher.. !?-' J rates or AUVKRTISIXO Oa.auaartwIllne.rleaiiiievV.o. 4. each aaWilional insertion - da one rear Two square., three months - 1 do six month. ... ! ... ... i 4 r.e yttr 0e-rourth f a coin-, thre. months - d. de six i. ilA ' bu rear . .- . . r . .mmu Inserted at a miW rate .'rid ..a Cards inserted tar th. year. . I. (HI per line. -r9i.i.;inli sho.lt he autrked Ihe .umber times to he inserted, otherwise liicy sill he continued Mil ordered .... and charged for at th- above r:les. "-F-o.toIad.i-:isemenisto benaid forwo hand rd In. -. " - , .IOH I'RIKTING. flvrlne; a snperlor asso'tmeot of Job Priniin mate ' rial. e are pre;.arod to execute in the beat raanni r.all xinds of plain and fancr kvwk and Job Krinti jc. Aldress aids, Rosfness Cards. Rank Cheeks. tiM o...

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. — 10 February 1858

Variety. the Chronicle.] HOPE AND FAITH. Life m transient, joy is fleeting, Caoligfat fade way. Cloud olwcnre the brigtit liurixon Of youth's atappUtl day. Storm roll on and darkness lower. Foe arise, and Iriemle depart ; Sickness, sonruw, and tri-sfucinne Leave their imjirrsa uu the in-art. Chan j1, grim (ate! oh. change thy motive; Hope is whispering, hear; (il sailn.' Let not worldly carts like ginnU Stalk before the eye of Faith. Jleed that voice ! 'tis thy gued angr! ; Clear the mists befi.-re our even, -See, ah! aee, a nr vf sunlight Gilds in light our owruiug skies. Soe yon star uf hop arising. Turning Wknee into slay : Hope and faith together blending. Drive all clouds and fears away. - 'Through the eys of faith discerning; Peace and quiet, joy and love. Jf not iu tiis wurid, 'twill auly B iue heritag.- ahvve. Life is transient, j y is fi-i-tintr ; Heat aot, tiil the goal il won ; :CpartI, onward, strire to gain it Ere the earthly race is ran. JUbektt, Jan. Ttb, l?5S. HIGH B...

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. — 17 February 1858

' SI SBtrklij nmihj Sournol, Dtuotrb to rettera, Sigrirnlturr. literature, (Bburatian, local . Sntrlllgrnrr, anb tjp 35eras of tl;t Daq. I TER-K St w ' OXE DOLLAR AND FiFTY CEXTH. i r Arvu, t DTcr. PUBUHED BY XXAPOOOD V ADAMS, iantl block. VOL. 42, NO. 27. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1858. WIIOLE NO. 1159. Poetry. [For the Chronicle] A TRIBUTE TO GEN. HAVELOCK. BY. J. W. HUGHES. tm the cup and the field, and the fortress alike, " The rebel awaited the moment to sti ike ; It unci and the eLieftain wue slain hy the hand. That Vll then had awaited hit word of command. Cnomeaed it came like tbe deerts wild blast. O'er the raa and the old. ia it! fury it past. . And father, aad brother, and matron, and maid, Lij distorted ia death, where the tempest had swayed. From Tillage and hamlet, from eitj and town. The red streams of slaughter in torrents roH'ddown; While the walling of women was borne on the rale. And the stent cheek of manhood with terror grew pale. So...

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. — 17 February 1858

iO. A. ADAMS, O. NT.HAPCKOI XDITOHS. WARREN, WEDNESDAY. FEB The Democratic Press, on the Admission of Kansas with the Lecompton Constitution. -So gross is the fraud attempted to perpetrated upon the people of Kansas, so palpable is die violation of all princi ples cf right, and of promises reiterated times without number, bj Mr. Buchan and the Pro Slavery Democracy, that iLere are few of tbe Democratic! presses in any of the Free Slates that dare open ly to advocate tbe policy of tbe Presi- dent, or make tbe slightest attempt defend or excuse tbe fal-ities of bis late message. On the floor of Congress, when th test vote on Mr. Ilrrisr resolu t'oo was taken, bat two Democratic members from Oh were found, wl;o bad fallen so low as to endorse tbe Pres idenU Among the few papers in Ohio which have obeyed the mandate of Slavery ridden President, which Lave have ctinged at the crack of the party vrLip, given np all semblance of indepen dence and humbly knelt at the bidding or its masters;...

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. — 17 February 1858

THE HiPSOOD 1 10l5s, Preprieton. TERMS One Dollaradii Fiftr Cnts,I slvasrcct Two IJollura, If payment it wf.dei in advance. B. paper diaeontinaed o-rtil all arrearages are aw.pt at the optioa of the pwVlishers. , ' KITES OF ADVERTISING Oat square, twelve lines or less. Srst Insertion, 3 aeh additional Inseruoa de year - ... Y w. sqoares, three months.. ...... d. six BMnths.. ..... - do tre (w.... ........ .... 0f.rtB f a. eorassa, three ssonlhs.... d do six '- d. .... - d d - one rear. 4 7 IS 8 h so Laager ad vrrtiseaients Inserted at a reasonable rate. Address Cards inserted for th. rear, at 11,00 per Hue. JtAdvertisetnenu should be marked the number times to be tnsercoa, vuierwise .ill o. cooungta Srntil ordered ocl, and charged for at the above rates. jjCasaal adt jrUsemeau to be paid for when hand . JOB PIUXTIXG. flavin a savwlor assoitaent of Job Printing mate rial, we are prepared to execute in the best manner, kinds of plaia and fancy Book and Job Printing, Address Caids, Cer...

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. — 17 February 1858

Variety. LITTLE NOBODY. BY CHARLES MACKAY. When the Umprtt fliea . . i tV the tlouji kiJ, Abi froa crag to traj the fhihtjS tUoJer, rl je "When the ligutning stroke Has destroyed the oak. Safely dova below the little violets bide. In tle strife appalling;, 'VTben the proud are falling. Little men can mi, or watch unheeded by; Blow, ye storms of Fat. . On the rich and great, I'm bat little Nobody Nobody am I. Pebbles on the shore Dgtadno billows' roar. But the mighty ships, deep laden id the bold, 'With, thousand men, Steering home again. Founder oftentimes with all their men and gold. Feathers fall but slowly. And the poor and lowly Fall and are unhurt vh ile greatness falls to die Cogs may wake to weep, While their ploughmen sleep; Who would be a somebody? Nobody am I. AT THE DOOR. FROM THE GERMAN OF BUCKERT. I have knocked at the door of Luxury; They reached from the window a penny to me. 2 have sought Love's house and knocked at the But fifteen others stood there before, door. I ...

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. — 24 February 1858

. PUBLISHED BY HAP&009 & ADAMS. . fur i a a met. OXE DOLLAR 1D FIFTY CENT. KB AMMUlf t I ADTAJICt. SI -fBctklq arailq Stand, Uruotfb to Vrttbcra, Slgriraltarr, litafarr, (E&tirafion, Xoral fnMligmrr, anh tfre 35tms of tfot Daq. , VOL. 42, NO. 2 8, WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1858. WHOLE NO. 2160, Poetry. POETRY OF THE PRINTING OFFICE. Tbe followingjs the Poem which was read be Core the late Editorial Convention, at Cleve land, by Gei. S. D. Habsb. In compliance with our request, the author kindly send it to na, and in hU letter accompa nying K, asyw "Too will see that to be appre ciated, it should be heard with all the peculiar urroandings, be read in a peculiar style, and acted with the variations. As a piece to sit down and read by one's self, it is not worth shocks. ' We fancy our readers will differ with the Genl., in his estimate of its worth: Twas a grave mistake in the last Convention, However redeemej a by kind intention. In naming a po...

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. — 24 February 1858

Ui EeJfstcra Qtsttht tyrmtlt. O. A.ADAMS. O. N.HAI'OOOD i E DIT0K8. WAR2E2T, WEDUiLSDaY. 'E3 42 .vt.Li . -kt i t j Ashtabula & Eew Iisbra Bail Koad. In our Wt paper, we published .he nnual Bep.rt of the Directors cf the Annual ttep a A. fc N. L. R. 11. By reference toil, it will be seen that tbe Compary are in a very ttfe posi It tons tbaf seems tbe Directors LaVe acted wise'y in con fiaing their txpenditnris within their ac tual means, and if they have not moved swiftly towards the completion of their road, tbey have thus far taken everv step! pon firm grottnd. We know that msny neer at -the ie'ea of constructing any new rail road a this time of money pres sure, and speciai:y one which does not immediately connect at least two large lilies, bst when it is coiisiUered that this road will connect the Ohio River and Lake Erie by tbe shortest route; that the sou'.iieiu half of it will be completely un derlaid with coal and iron ore of the best quality, that its whole distance pass ...

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. — 24 February 1858

THE' I1PC03D k 1BA?S, Proprietor!. ; fFRMS One Doliamnd Fifty Centoniti drance; Two Hollars, i I payment in not made in advance Ho paper discontinued ontll mil imifijM are paid . wxet4 altht opuou of the oMishera. - Kites or advertising One saure, twelve lines or less, tret Insertion, t 50 S5 de each additional insertion..... d ne year.. -'-' Tvrooouarws, three months. . .............. - da six months.. do a-e year - Owe-roarth at a eclomn, three months da , da , a; da ..-... a ja n vear--... ...-.., S 00 4 M T 0 12 06 8 eo 18 00 90 (10 tVougwr advertisements inserted u reasonable rata, lim, r.nlt Inserted for the year, at ti,' per line. JT Advertisements thodti be marked tbe nanber of 1 1 DO t. oO inKncQi um tc j m o. cvniiauni a til ordered i.t.and charged for at the above rates. jrCaeual ad jrliaemeou to he paid for wbea hand ad la. " JOB PRINTIXO. Savin r a awnerlor assortment of Job Printing mate fial, we are prepared to execute ia the beat Banner, ail kiada ef plain aua fancy ...

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. — 24 February 1858

Variety. SONG OF THE TOBACCO WORM. With ear-locks soapy sad long ; With whiskers fiixrled and red ; A loafer sat with a quid la U mouth, A-eplttlng, and mattering said "Work, work, work. Thar buds tliaU never pursue, Ylulc I can obtain a long nine U ssneke. Or a plug of tobacco to chew." And he ipiu. spits, spits, Whan mora Jo breakicg bright: Spite. rj its. .pita, When sol has climbed his height ; Spits, spits, spits. With day's expiring gleam. And, eapperless, -failing asleep on his fceseA, keeps spitting away in kia dream. '. Afcr, in his dream, he dreamt. It is by fate decreed, .That he's a great tobacco nm, To extirpate the weed- And so be works awaj r- To-aaake kis conquest surel . free 4 enlightened citisen ; A swrfer, a smoker, and chewer. It market, church, or mill. In business, or at prayer State-coaches, cars, or blrber shona. Bar-rooms, and evcrywhers -Be spits, spits, spits. Inning, noon, and mora. And snuffs, and puffs, and blows hit noso As a fisherman blows his horn....

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. — 3 March 1858

: PUBLISHED BT HAPSOOD Jt ADAMS. . unit ntci. VOL. 42, NO. 29. SI SBtrklq'arailq Sonrnal, Draotfb WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, ia mbam, iraltare, literatar?, (Staaficn, lord OHIO, WEDNESDAY, Sntelligrnrr, anb tyt Hems MARCH 3, 1858. of tjp Datj. TERMS t OXE DOLLAR -4D FilTY CE5TS. ft AsTlTVsT, I ADVASCt WHOLE NO. 21 61. Poetry. THE PIPES AT LUCKNOW. Oo tkis page will be found a narrative of the of the incident, upon which the following beau tiful poem waa written by Joas G. Warmim, for Pipe of the misty moorland, o Totee of the glen and hill. xoe uroae or mgneana correal. The aonf of lowland rill I Hoi the braei of broom aad heather, Xor Um mouataina, dark with rain. For maiden hover, nor border tower. .. Bare heard yoar areata (train 1 Dear to the lowland reaper - And plaidel mountaineer, To the cottage and the cattle. The Scottish pipe are dear. Sweet aaaodi the ancient pibroch O'er moantain, lech, and glade ; Bat the iweeteat of all maaic The pipea at Lackaov played I ' Day by day, t...

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. — 3 March 1858

3. A. ADAMS, O.K.HAP(K)OD JDITOKS. PARSES. WEDSESD AY. MARCH The Ohio Legislature. .TLUbodj is immortalizing itself, by girin;; a perfect p?cirnen of what the peculiar kind of Democracy wlrtch flour ishes in these days, can do in legi-da-ti hi. Some two hundred ki'ls have been b;fore the honorable baJy, and the only o le of imparlance it his yet pssed, that - we cm hear of, U tit at which opens the ; ails uf the State, for the confinement e)f . fuytifeSliVes. Ltst year the Denw crt jpts w charging the R-paMt. can legislators' with wasting lime and the people's money; now they Urk in this wise; tee Trunibull Democat tfUsl week The New Confutation h8 doubtless gi fen rise to a good Jeal of experi- imtrnmo in it,. .a .J I,- v..., aside from any excese on this score, a (great deal of tiate is spent by every tegisklnre wkk matters not worth it fourth of the time expended over them. iuese, are, apparently, necessary evils. .attendent taoa such bodies, and we pre. nime ike "Jear people" wi...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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