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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 7 April 1858

. Tli K - Mfesf eh) Itesflrbe Chicle H1PG00D . 1D1SS, Proprittcn. TERMS On Dollar t fifty Cent, la ranee; Two Dollars, if payment is not raatia la advance. N paper Ueontlned until all arrwaragri ara paid atept at tht option f ih publishers. BATEs'oF ADVERTISING nsswaar. twelve lines or les. first Insntlon, t Ml d each additional Insertion Si dA ' one year-i --- - Tw sspiar, thre month.. - a, six month..... . .-- d year....... ----- Qoa-fearth of a column, thre month.. -do da . sis da -- a.. 1 da am rear. .... c es 4 Ou 7 no I no e ou M IW SO 00 Longer aarrrtis-ments Invrted at a reasonable rate. Address Card, inserted for the year, at tl.ut) per line. TT Advertisement should be marked the nnmler of ttms la ba inserted, otherwise they will He continued maltl ardered act. and charged for at the above ratea. ifCaaoal ad jrUlemcnts to ba paid far when hand i la. JOB PUINTIXO. flavin a superior assortments Job Printing mate rial, to are prepared to execute in the beat manner, all fclada ...

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. — 7 April 1858

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 20] AN ACT Concerning Jfotarir Public and Commission- en, and prescribing their duties. Section 1. St it rmacted ba the General A- 9embly mfOte State f Ohm, That the pirfnmr M,ua bt u l'rtby aalhortaed to appoint 'nd coaimiMtTon at notaries public a manv citi Maa oftBtx alafe. having tlie qualifications of ehetioBs: residing in tbe screral con Mies of itua Stat lor which they are appointed. as he sar deem eesary; provided that before staking any uch appointment each ap;ilirant shall prod uee to the governor a cert i ficate from jodgaof the court of common pit-as or sn pretne ecirt residing in the same eotinly or xi inner, mat rue applicant i oi pnod moral character, that be i an elector of the count v in which he resides, and that he pofsea stif Scient qualification mad abiliiy to discharge Ihe duties of the office of notary public. Sec. 9. Each notary public so appointeu and commissioned s-haU hold hi office for the...

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. — 14 April 1858

PUBLISHED BT HAPQOOD & ADAMS. Mflll llltl. i SBttfcli arailq laarnal, StmAA ia robora, inilturr, literatim, (Bburatian, local Intelligmrr, anb tjje 3Sems of tjft Daq. ! TERMS i OXE DOLLAR A.D FIFTY CXXTS. ru uni, is adtajce. . . VOL. 48, NO. 34. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1 85 8. WHOLE NO. 2167, SPEECH OF HON. B. F. WADE. ON THE ADMISSION OF KANSAS, UNDER THE LECOMPTON CONSTITUTION. CONCLUDED. . A. running discussion here took place io regard to. th meeting of the commit tee and its deliberations, in which Mr. Bigler re-affirmed what he had said about the striking out of the clause for submit ting the Constitution to the .people. It was finally cut short bv the mo: ion to ed "journ. .On the fallowing Monday, Mr. Wave resumed THE LITTLE MYSTERIES OF POLITICS. Mr. President, heu I allu lej o i Sat urday to that enab ing act hich was in the Toombs bill, 1 had no idea that I was about to wake up so many reminiscences as I have, in almost every direction, in ...

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. — 14 April 1858

: . Astern igtstrfet ''0itttk O. A. ADAMS, O.N.HAPtJOOT) 1 ID ITOBS. VAREEJr. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 11 Things and Doings at the Capital. COLUMBUS, April 9th, 1858. , Messrs. 'Editors: n my last letter 1 mentioned ; the fact, that an "adjourned oninn' haJ been decided upon. The Brwlintrs in this mutter were more hu- miliaiinff than I had ever dreamed of, and 1 was orenared lo see the slaves of partv c? stoop Very towfbut wasTiof q'llle prepar ed to hear men, who a few days ago, had mxJe rtronr argument to prove this same measure unconstitutional,' that they had taken a solemn oath to support the con--rtiwtion; nd they could not, nor - would not, Vote for such a measure. One man in particular, west so far as to pronounce till the lls passed by the last adjourned WWtrmy unconstitutional, because the ses sioh was. so, . He, (Mr. Andrews,) one week ago, could see no necessity for ad journing over had pledged himself on )he stump, to bia constituents, to oppose every thing of the kind, and ind...

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. — 14 April 1858

Ta4.I2 . . . - - HivpU '4 IBHSr freptirtors. - "TEBfilM-One Dollarand riftr Cents, in tttvpiieer Two Dollars, if parmetU is not jll ia advance. iiw paper discontinued until all irmnjei arc paid txept at Um option ef the publishers. , j KITES OF ADVBRTISIN3 - testes square, twelve lines ar less. rst insertion fc rack additional ineertion. t da anc year... ....." -" , Yw. squares, three months... da six months... .... da .re year ............-.' v Owe-fourta of a column, three months - de do fix da , ' -da vemr . ... - ...... I 59 so S OS 4 ou U oo 8 oo IS o so oo !Z laager sdrf rtisrwirnts Inserted at a reasonable rate. . -address Cards inserted for the year, at t 1 ,00 per li at. 77p Advertisements should be marked the oumlier of times to be Inserted, otherwise Uiey will he continued a.ul ordered act. end charged for at the ahore rate. t-7 TPyCa3gal ads jriisements to be paid for when hand wa la.. "T. - JOB PIUNTIXO. -ttavlnr a superior assortment of Job Printing mate. t -rlal.a'e a...

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. — 14 April 1858

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 22.] AN ACT Making partial Appropriations for toe ttepair of In ral)110 norilDI vuiot ami i"r uii .uppwr , V. tuv . Cantrad Lunatic Aarl.ua, far teas. flacTtna I. Be mnmrted r tie Otnerml Asmeakle . (aa axels mf OAt. That there is hereby approprf atad sat af any moneys In the Treasury derived front '.Public Works and aoi otherriae sppropriatcd. frr the , parpose.f pnttinf the Canals and other Public orks of the State in repair for navigation oa tial ,th sua s)f oae handred thousand dollars. 8c 2j That the mosey wpropnatM by me nrs. . secti.a of this act ahali be paid aot under the limits . ttoaa and restrictions that uo are or may aereaiter ha prescribed by and in aoch proportions as the diviaios-onder the charge of each acting commissioner shall reeulre. ia jnst proportion to tha amoaal of lab ile Works to such division, and the amount r work neeeasary to be doea. Sac. 3. That so much of the money appropriated by the Brsf teetton of this a...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 21 April 1858

Vr II ,S3 bsl fcs-S RS f a'-- x vsr fir ----- M :S UBIIMIED BY HAPGOOD & AO ASKS. SI tBrrkli aniili Sonriml, Swatfb to robora, Stgrinilturr, literature, (Station, loral fatelligrnrr, anb tjjf linns of tjjt Dai. - - TERMS: - I OXE DOLLAR AX it FIFTY CEXT8. ) ru iinvii, in ADTAJICC. VOL. 42, NO. 36. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1 85 8. WHOLE NO. 2168, Poetry. MODESTY. MODESTY. BY E. J. ADAMS. There are some flowers which roost do lore, And soonest without light decay, . "Which yel do fold their peUls tip, To shut the friendly beams away. And shutting nil their fragrance in, Their beauties hiding from the light. Turn from the haughtier eye of day, To open in the silent night. . Their sweetest perfumes to give out, Their rarest beauties to unfulJ, When bat the quiet stars look down, Or but the favored few behold; Who. know, and well have learned to love. The riches that lie folded up. And turn, amidst the evening shades, To breath the incense of their cup. 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. — 21 April 1858

SStsftrn gtserirt ffiutl. O. A. ADAMS, G. N. HAPGOO KDITOKB. WARREN. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 2L Delinquent Subscribers. More titan three years hare elapsed ainee Ice Chronicle Office came into our Lands, and we hare sent the paper to our tubscribers, each week, legularly, during that time; and hare not troubled them with duns. We are proud io say that a goodly proportion of then have paid us regu larly, another portion have paid as irreg ularly; but there is still another class. numbering some hundreds, who have Jid as nothing. In this last named cla.es, are very .many, who are substantial men, and per fectly responsible, but who have neglec ted to pay their subscription from care lessness, or forgtfullness. We beg leave to remind these that although six dollars to each one of them, is a small sum, that fame sum owed to us by five or six hundred subscribers, amounts to a snug ' little purse, in the aggregate. We shall send bills this week, or the .next, to all who are in arrears for three ...

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. — 21 April 1858

- - : - THE " dtfesfeh) ebe Chicle E1PG903 ft A DISS, Proprietor!. T TERMS On-Dollar mne Firtr Cents, in vanee; Two Dalian, If rmvne"t to not "I made la advance. . -- K paper discontinued until ill arrearscet r pail loeptat th option of the publisher. l : RATES OF AOTEMISrSO " - mmmrm V.f.. line. Br leSS. first iUMltloa. t 50 " eaehadditioual insertion...... .... "". .4 year -.-.. . ... . ... Tr iinrri, three months - -- - -- - aix months -...... - a, one .ear O fourth wf a column, threw months... 4 f do HI d .- A - fin'. ns i 9 r. ......... 19 OS SO 00 linger advertisements inserted at ft reasonabl rate. - - IMren Cards inserted for th year. t S',H) per Una. TTpAdTertiBewient shoaid be marked the number of ' Ubms to b inserted, otherwise they will be continued Batll entered oct.and charged for at the above rates. p"Ca.J adviriisemenuto be paid for when hw4 liil. ;;---VV f..' JOB PRINTINO. laving ft superior assoitment of Job Printing mate. rial, are are prepared to execute in the b...

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. — 21 April 1858

LAWS OF OHIO. LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 3 .] AN ACT To provide for the EwtaMitimrnt and GoTcraaci:t of Keforit. fechool. - Prrioii I. . Be it 9mctmi tfr Cra-rel J!4ewlw f tk Staf f -O; That Hm; term Reform cimnls ilt be nndersfed to apply to tnt:tnttoti. wt.erv youth are detained, nader ttiscipline for their reform ot ion. rather thau for their vvnifhiucxt. which inatitu tion ahs.il eoiiaiitul f Set. a. Ctiu on emhrum Mouses of Refaee cow r neteafter organized aceordinf to tho provisions of tMi art, or the act catitUd n o io mMn.fr mr wstaMishment of II octet f Refuse' passed April HJth.1657. Sec 3. Claw two cn races institutions such at the State Reform Farm. w estawUSUra to raine.acotin 1 . In thia State. . , Sec 4. Class three ewtHrece jnatitniiooa to be call ed MlUrfurn:atriea. to be established is aceorlauce with tte provisions of acct.uns six'.en atd seventeen f this act. Sac. 5."' The Board of Co-ntuissioners (or Reform S...

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. — 28 April 1858

PUBLISHED BY HAPIOOD & ADAMS. (Rriti ikci. & SJrtkiq nrailq Sonrnal,-Dtuoftb fa Jritbom, Slgriraltarr, Xtfmito, (Btarafion, loral SnWIigenrt, anb tjp'&mfl of tre Dai. TERMS: : OXE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CEXTS. 1 r Olt. IS ADTAJCt. . VOL.-4r:SOr 37... WARREN, COUNTY TRU3IBULL OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1 8 5 8. WHOLE NO. 2169. Poetry. [From the London Critic.] THE VOICE OF OUR YEARS. BY FRANCIS BROWNE. Tbrj jo not In silence from nations or men. The yen that bear glory and ralor avajr ! . Bat ntter tbeir v&ra.nga to city and plain. LiCc the trnmiet that startler! oH Italy's day. Aul lb us aa from oars into history bonods. - Tbe eh4e of the namiere4 and finished depart : They apeak to thee England, a wmrning that armudi Throagh the sleep or the church and the din of the Behold, thou art rieh and increased in the g ocds Of art n d dominion of eommesce and potrer ; Nor tjrr nt nor foe thy freedom intnides. And within Ihee tfc bat is as safe aa the tower. Tbe estfpire of the oc...

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. — 28 April 1858

$2tfs!trit Scserfce Cfcranule. t). A. ADAMS. O. X. HAP(iOOT IDITOliS. WAaSULS. V. ,LESDAY. APRIL 28. Democratic Preaching and Practice, Daring the late session of the Ohio Legislature, a capiwl opportunity to com pare the thoory and practice of Pemo ' c ratio politicians. their promises and per formanefs, lias been alio riled to the peo ple of this Slate. The Democracy, (so callec) have had a majority, and it was in their power lo carry any measure ihev those; lit spire of the Republican minor ity. They obtained this majority at the last election, by advocating during the campaign, principles precisely the re verse of those which they have practised. They made a terrible ado about the ex tra session of the year In-fore, sixty days was to le the jfatil of llxjir session, and that once ia . years; :k time as to be wasted discussing party theories, the nigger tjuestion was lo be ignored, taxes were to fee lightened, and retrenchment the order of the day. How have thrse promises len rtd...

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. — 28 April 1858

nipnnnil A IBISS. PrAnrirlar.. -"-r TERS Vrt Dollarftnd Fifty ('rats, in (Jmiicr T, Two ioUar, if payment Is not Yaatte wfxvasic. , !f paper diseosrtiraied antit ll arrange ar paid VfOeptattsie optioa of the pablislrers. RATES OF ADVBBTISniw . a sonars, twelve tine or less, fir Insertion, 1 M a. . rtwMUiwii a --' re yr -.-.- - Twosowares, three moron.... - , s.xm.nths j , orti or . "'" w M i A1&JP&tt Bt1lrdere..aeaarreflioraiuieaiHTerte. - , ' JOB PKIXTINTt. HirlM nnerior Miortmeat t Jab Printlnr aiate. rial, we ix- pre;-reJ to exeeace in the 1et maaaer.all falaia Addraas Caidi. Baaiaeaa Cards, Back Ckeeka, BiiliBfLadinf, Ball Ticket. Oerti Urates. I.aHela, Cheek Bonka. Maaifeata. Colored Priutiag. Notes, Drafts. Prozraaime. Para Hooks. Keeei. Blank, all Made. MaadMlla. Bbow Bills, eta. I. f. .,t .nrt thin 4aoe in the ahaue of Printine. at rim that cannot fail to suit, ac-i with the sreatestdis' at.'Oeh. We keep caaauuttly oa Kan.l a cood assortment afrlardsaas mae stationer...

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. — 28 April 1858

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 40.] AN ACT To protect a wnlts not wiiHin the corpora tion limits uf any city, town or Yil!ag... ' Section 1. BeQ matted by tie Central At aemblt of Ike Stateof Obio, That itfcfaal! be law ful for any person, persons or cnmny, to con truaiiealk, not exceeding t-B feet m width, on ihe .id of any public highways in thia state; provided ibut uch side- waUa ahallnotin any manner obelnut any puo.ic ixuWay. eci. That if any person -or persons Urn J taalicionsry injure or deMr.iy any such aide Walks; or i'f any person or per onsfchall ride, drireor lead upon such side walk, any hope or olher animal wluwe wig!it might be inni -tioua tiierem. such perou 01 per.sotiS shall , upon eouvlction thereof, before snv justice of the peace of the township in which urh of lens thall have bet-n coinrait'ed. forfeit and pay a fiue of not less than two dollar nor m-'re than fire .dollars; and thatl be liable in dam ages to the owner or wni-rs of u;h side walk to ...

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. — 5 May 1858

jL H '-p. 1 s i 51 Sfaklq iimilt Sonrnal, Stuofeb fa robora, inilfurr, literature, (Btarntion, local SnMligrafr, anb W)i Hems of tljt Saq. TEH-MS: I OXE DOLLAR A.l FIFTY CENTS. r ABVZtt, IB ADTASCE. PUBLISHED BY. HAPdOOD & ADAMS. CMFtkE IKCI. VOL. 42, NO. 38. WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 185 8. WHOLE NO. 2170. Poetry. TRODDEN FLOWERS. BY TENNYSON. There are some hearts, like the lorin Tir.e, Cling to unkindly rockt ami rained lovers ; Fptrits that suffer and do not repine - ?aticrt and rceet as lowly tro&len flowers, Tltat from beneath tlie aiser he! arise. And glre t-ack odorous breath iu-teaJ of sighs. Bat tlire are other heart that will not fl The lowly lore that haants their eyes and ears: That wound fond fai.h wit'i anjrer worse than steel. And out nf pity's spring dmw!Ie tears. O. Nature! shall it ever he thy wi.l III things with good to tcingtr, good with ill ? Why should the heavy Toot of sorrow press The willing heart of ancoznputimng lore Sleek ...

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. — 5 May 1858

flrt-frr CiU"'4 ('r-rrf? C. A. ADAMS. 0. X. if AFtvOOO EPII0I1S. WASHES. WSDSESDAY. 1 AY 5. The Lecompton Swindle. Again Slavery has triumphed over Freedom, and onca more have Northern democrats proved traitor to their con liCkoeiiU, and traitors to the lilit. Exe joativc brities, and patronage, anil party (threat have accomplished the end de signed, and the report cf the Kansas Committee rf Conference, (English's bill) 4ias been passed by boih Houses r-f Con- press; in the Senate by Yeas 31, Nays! e by Yeas 112, Nays 103. I '22: House by Y Tlin cause of this result "is the defec- lion of the Anti Lecomptnn Democrats. )f the twenty-two, who opposed the orig jnal Lecompion bill, foi:r:oen only stood firm. The Washington correspondent cf the Cincinnati Gazette says: Thev are Davis of Indiana; Harris. Worris, Shaw, Smith, and Marshall, of Illinois; - !ioiitrorn-ry, Hickman., and Chapman, of Pennsylvania; Clark and JTaskins, of New York; end "cKibhon, of California. The recusants ore, P...

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. — 5 May 1858

TH K MSisUtn fysftbi &ft6mete v i 1 ' .- W TElllttS 0cTollarnnJ Fiftr CcHtai d,additi.nai t -pjy. 5 ... 6 4a each dr one TVo aqaarea, tit , - six mottas..... --- 4 aire Tfir 0a-fearta of colnma, thrrc outh.. 4m do six ""T , 1 V""' " "VI MC M aaiSHCP.v sIaVi- K, paper disconf.mi-d antil 11 arrearage. V''p-ttteve-. Stwepttttttt optional the puU:is!.crs. J. -. . ; -w "sor lUVBRTisisa ' 00 li IIIII- 121 4 4o oix Tr tB(r lTertienient. iniertml at a reatomhle rate. Ma n it i ri .............. J AovreM Cards inaenea iw me year, ju if l,wi peiie. Tr7AdTertieoenu .honM le markeil the nuinher of Kaia. la av iaserteil, otherwise :hej arUl be entrnSJ ITJCaaladvjrtimenUto be paid forrkrhnJ . JOB pliiNTINO. i Vt fiTif & soerlor assortment of Jlh Prjntinf ftate- rial, w are iirertarrd to execute in the best manner.au t i fcisds mf plain aud fancy Book and Jtb PriDtic. Address Caidt, ' Certificates, " Libels, Baslneas Cards, Check Books, Manifests, Bank Cheeks, Colored Printing, Notes, ft i...

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. — 5 May 1858

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 56] AN ACT. Ts rstahli.u the Independent Ti-eusarjr cd t-ic Sta:e , s.io SwttM 1. -Be 'f rtfl Ay tie Orient jtrrmk!y tkc-tttatg mf Okie, Th-Uthe rooms si2ne l tu he Ttrrasarr f stale, in the capital at C.umNa.uii?th.T with the safes, vaults and nttier proper and neee-siiry Mns for the security unit wife keeping of the public money thereto f!oupiii(r. shall constitute the trea&urr if the State of Ohio, an.l the tre.rer of sUt- thai, l.e rcfpiirrd to mc the t-reasory ronotilutrtl at t!ir sole . fdaee f.r the 4nit and safe keeping of lite money .Mf-tite ctt-f and Uc Biier in the trvssurv shall net Jetrrn or iirl rut except in the manner brreinif ter provitiel, and pr-maiit U aroprittiions made I htw. ?. Tli.it it p-bll be the duty of the county com? ..sinners TT earn comity in th s jtate. to provide vithant delay, tf tiie same lias not tceii airead) dune. 4k suitahle roost or rooms, whIi tre pro"f vaults rr .safes, and all ether neec-srv 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. — 12 May 1858

IK VOL, 42, KO. 39. . . PUBlfcHED BY . . BAPIOODUL ADABCS. MI1I ILICI. - m 3L SBrrklq amiltj Journal; If uoirb WARREN, la jfmiJora, iriilturf, TRUMBULL COUNTY; litato, 6toration, Xarn! OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1S5S. STnfrlHgrnrr, anit ljt Hrraa of ilje Dai. TERMS: -OXE DOLLAR AAD FIFTY CEATS. ft ASS1, ID ADVAHCI WHOLE NO. 2171. Poetry. A CALL TO SPRING. Cone! Oh. cone, thoo hast tarried loBf . Come vita the glory of light atil sen; ; . fcarth pis for tate an a thousand shores Tiere the feillow hreakf and the srild sjird roan ; "There's a o!ce of nil 'mid die arcieut trees. Tom and totted by the wintry lrerie. Gloom hath ahrowleri our pleasant hovers, lVafh hath blighted our rices and flowers, Aod erery hour on its fleeting wing Bears away a prayer for thee, O Spring I Come. Oh, come! we pine for theo Am pines the wander r for a home, at sea I As the eaptira pines io bis lonely cell For the dashing waters and a breeiy dell ! W sigh for the influence that life renews. For the spell of...

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. — 12 May 1858

tMrsfcnt 3csc.t Chronicle. G. A. o. v. ADAMS. J EUI10R6. WAEEEN. WEDNESDAY. MAY 12. Kansas—The English Bill—Two Faces— Northern and Southern. Tba same double fared game is to be played by the Democracy tipon this last act in the Kansas tragedy, (for tragedy it will prove to the party which attempts to uphold such rascality,) which has in raribly characterized the course of the majority of the Democratic presses in all matters appertaining to the Kansas ques tion, throughout the Slates. V'e had hoped, notwithstanding past experience, tfcat there would at least be some slight (how of fairness, some spark of out spok en honesty in the Democratic editors in the Free Slates, which would induce thtja for once to tell the whole truth.- But it seems such hopes are rain, and their readers are to be deluded, cheated and fooled, .to the end of (he chapter. The Trumbull Democrat, of last week has an article beaded, Kansas out of aCongress, which we gi?e in full, as it contains the Northern prog...

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