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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 21 July 1858

THE THE Western Reserve Chronicle J Ei?i:SS3 k AMIS, Proprietors. TERMS-One Dollars and Fifty Cents, in advance; Two Dollars, if payment is not made in advance. -lr',,eonl',1,IM,alt', I rr:ir?e ar p1 tccept at the option of the publishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING " One secure, twelve lines or less, first Insertion, $ do earhadditional insertion - do f yr lVo squares, three months.... .... 4 IX' T no IS 8 00 1 tic so no ,i do stK month.. ...... " do o-e rear . .... .. " tyoe-fourUi uf a column, three months..... do do sis. do .... . " Am do anernr .. Lonperadrertisements inserted at a reasonable rate. A-iHrem Cardm inserted for the year, at 1,W per line. " rAdrenUeBientsshouM be marked the number of - timet to be inserted, otherwise they will be continued Mtil ordered oct.aud charred for at the above rates. . UjCasual advertisement to be paid for Then hand - eiia. 50 I JOB PRINTING. . " " Having a superior assortment of Job Printing mate. Hal. we are prepared to execute in the best mann...

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 July 1858

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 111] AN ACT Ti prevent the seKinfr and Ijart.rintof Counterfeit Coin, and the havii-r in possession CMititrrt-it Coin, with the intent to sell, barter or disios; of t"ie same. Sfrrnif I." -e emmetrd Ijf the Gemertl J!termhJj mftke Sfcretf OH. Yiiat if any person shall sell, har- A in -v nsnpff dispone if. ART fale. forced, or eotliilerreit coin, made in Uic likeuess and umilitn'le of any of the fold, silver or copjH-r coin or coins cur- naasinir in the state: or if are irson shall l c I detected with any such false, (otyed r coomerf-it coin In his nP . ..r. for the purc-'se ci svllinit. liaterins or disposing ' Ue same, knowing thes-imetolie false, forrd or counterfeit, every person to eff-ndmv shall he deemed guilty of a m;edirnnr. Mid upon conviction tnereof. sf-al! he imprisoned in tb- iienitenliary, and k-pt at hard la:.or not mere than ten yea nor less than one year. I ' . . . ..k. I' .. ....I .. tn fnH, rr..m sjer. a. l ots nci w kmc ...

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 July 1858

PUBLISHED BY HAPGOOD & ADAMS. mi BLOCK. VOL. 42, NO. 50. SI aBrrkh nrailq SonrnnI, Druotrb WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, ta mtora, Slgrirulturf, lifrraturr, '(Sfcurafion, lord OHIO, WEDNESDAY, Sntriligrnrf, anb tjt Sleras of JULY 28, 1 35 8. t!;t Daq. i ) TERMS: 0K UOLLAtt ASD FIFTY CEXTS. rc asihox. ! Acr. WUOLE NO.. 2182 Poetry. [For the Chronicle.] TRUE MANHOOD. BY GEO. W. CROWELL. I lore the m&n vhose honest heart Will bravely dare, and bravely do. Who ne'er will act a coward's part, Bat strong in right, will right pursue. Whose knee ne'er bending at the nod Of titled pomp, or rejral pow'r, Bat bows alone before his God, With Hope his crown, and love his dowV. Who dares to face a world of acorn. And still will clasp a brother's hand. Though dark the skin, and rough the form. If yet that brother is a - Who strikes where're a wrong is found, And brands a tyrant to his face. Kor courts applause, an empty sound. But firmly treads in virtue's wars. Such are the men who've stemmed ...

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 July 1858

(LaHfSftTlt JUCSiT&C dLIiriniitlf o EDITORS. O. A. ADAMS.' 0. N. HAPGOOD w.ttw- Trr,,.,..,, . naauil, r jVLIat A I . slUisX The Compensation Bill again. publish this week a second letter from Mr. Giddiogo, ilefi-nding the Con grcsstonal Compensation Bill. Mr. Gid ' din;' reiterated usserjon that we have preferred charges against him, forces to cay (in til kindness) a plain word two upon our respective relations to the public. We hold it to be cut privilege and boundea duty to criticise candidly but fearlessly all public measures passed by Congresrj and if our opinion of the policy or impolicy of a measure differs from that of a Congressman, we cannot admit tliat wo are to wj.hhol I our judg ment on that account, or thai auv repre eutative, however long his term of office may Jiave been, has acquired any pre scriptive right to claim infallibility or to dictate the opinions either of the people or the press. When Mr. Gi -Mings simply defndi the Bill, he sieets us fairly; but r.'he...

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 July 1858

50 Sit C Hi 4 IM T 0 13 W K 00 12 nc M no - TH E ' Stfcsiety IJesbc GIoj).cJc H1PG0DD h ADAXS, Proprietor. VEBMrS OtielsoUara-d Fifty Cet,i rlvww-f ; Two Dollars, it" pannentis not nade iu advance. N. paper diseontlimea nt! n arrearages we Pil ceept at th optica of the publishers. RATES 0? AUVERTISTSa Owe square, twelv-e lion or less, first Insertion, 5 do each additional insertion d. ene;r Tw squares, three motilht ao six Onlns do ' o-e yroLT. - Oae-fovrlh of a column, three months o"o do six - do ..... A n A f SMftir oreradrertisr,ents Inserted at a loason.hl. rate. Address Cards inseruid for Mm rear, at SI,UU per line. iryAdvertijemenlf shonH be marked Hie number of time to be inserted, otherwise they a-ill he continued a til ordered Oct. and charted for at the above rate. JjjXJaaual ad rvitemeou to be paid for when hand tdii. JOB PRINTING. Baring a superior assortment of Job Printing mate, rial, we are prepared to execute in the best manner.all kinds of plain and fancy Book 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. — 28 July 1858

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 125] AN ACT To nreveiK the running at la'ge of Hulls, Bjars and Buciis. ' Sfttiok I. Ite U emeeted tie G feral .' Stuff 0i. That if the owner of any lull. Low or bock, shall allow the Mine to yo large rot in enclosure, be shall forfeit th. Mini of trt dollars for etch offence, to lie recovered on ..nmpla.; I efore any jttslice of the peace of the coantr in which Men owner may lire: and twk-ethst amount on any uose oaent conviction; aia uenalij- to Ro into the trea.nrjr of the towostip .here .orh con.fiainant miy reside, for the benefit of comnx n ..Iiools: l'rovuled. that such . complainatt .hall prosecuted within thirly days next after such atiimal shall be found going u Iwrc as aftiresaid. bx:.w- In addittoo to the penalty p-escriied in the forecoi.e. section. the owner of sai-l hull, l-oar or buck that found going at larpe. shall le liable to the owner of any cow, sh ep or swine, for any anil all Jama-t arising from the filing st hirjce ...

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. — 4 August 1858

ri'BLISH ED BY HAFGOCD & ADAKS. tlsri HE 3 LOCK. S 'BJrrklq arailq Soarnal, Drnoteb to rrAom, Jgrirulto, Xiterafurr,-(Btmration, local - Snblligrnrf, aab tjjrjfinns of tljt Daq.- TERMS: , OXE DOLLAR AXI FiPTV CESTB. re iKnin, is AArt. T.OL. 42, AT0. 51 WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 185 8.. WHOLE'NOr2183: Poetry. THE BOY. THE BOY. BY N. P. WILLIS. There's sometLiDg ia a nolIetoj, A brave, free-hearted, careless one. -"" With his uncheefcd unhidden joy, -Hia dread of books and lore of fan, - Aid in his clear and ready smile, Fnshaded by a thooznt of guile. And anrepressed by sadness Wbhrh brings me to my childhood back. As if I trod Us very tract,- And felt its rery gladness. And yet it is not in his play, When every trace of thought is lost. . And Dot when you would call him gar, -. That his bright presence thrills me most. Bis shout may ring upon the hill; - ; His Toice be echoed in the hall, . ;" His merry laugh like music trill. And I in sadness hear it a...

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. — 4 August 1858

Western Reserve Chronicle. O. A. ARAMS, G. N. HAIViOOD EDITORS. WARREN, WEDNESDAY. AUG. 4. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. - JuAqe of the Supreme Couri. WILLIAM V. PECK, of Scioto. - Comptroller. . WILLIAM B. THRALL, or Franklin. Attorney General. CIIRIS'R P..WOLCOTT, of Summit.' Member Board of Public Works. JOHN L. MARTIN, of Butler. Republican County Convention. The Republicans of Trumbull Conn . .tj will meet, by delegates, at Empire Hall, in Warren, on the 24th day of Au . gnst, A. D., 1858, at 10 o'clock A. M., . to nominate candidates to be supported . at the coming October election, for . following offices, vii., Auditor, Recorder, , Commissioner, County Suiveyor, and Director of County Infirmary. Tbe electors are recommended to meet . at their usual place of holding elections, a Saturday evening, August 2 1st, at . ""clock, P. M., for ihe purpose . ejecting delegates to the Couuty Con . vention. it being the time appointed for lectfng delegates to tbe Congressional Convention, and...

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. — 4 August 1858

THE HiFGOOD k AD1SS, Proprietors. - " TERMS One lollran'J Fifty Cr-nts,! V1" K paper d.scontiuoe.1 o-.t!l .H rfwge w pa accept at the option of the imM.-a.rfr- RATES OF AUVEnriSTXO One souare, twelve lines or rn lsert.--n- do each additional innin. da . one year --.,"" - Two siares, three months..- 4a ix months.-. 'do -f " i.e year - .... Ooe-fourUi a column, three jaoiuhs.... do - . , do six - do .- " -i. 4a Andrew... SO J 1,1 4 HU j I JJjJ !, i ki 20 (j 1 Irtinreraiirertiseinents inserted at . reasonable rate.. Address Cares iuwerted f..r the Ter. t '. Per " 1 ilier of J r""-Advert"sement should tnrea i -ie nuunicr oi Unci to be inserted, otherwise they will be continued until ordered oul.and charped for at the above rates. J3jrCaaual ad v iriiseiae tits to be paid for Then band JOB PRLVTING. - flavin; a soperior assortment or Job Printine mate, rial. w a prepared to execute in the best manaer.all kinds of plain and fancy Book and Job l'ruitiiji, Address Cards," Certificates, J-11...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 4 August 1858

Variety. [From the Enickerbocker.] LADIES' STOCKINGS. LADIES' STOCKINGS. I A clothes-line ta ponder garden Goes wandering aiconr. the trees And on it two Terr lone stockings SAre kicking tbe evening breue ; And a lot of fancy dry -goods. : Whose nators I cannot divine, Arsj wildly and merrily flapping Aboat on the tarns old lioo. II. And a very fine young ladv At the Parlor window sews ; And I rather conclude, if you tried it, Toa'd find she'd fit into "them hose." he's only a half length picture, fore shortened below the breast ; . But the dry -goods which dance on the tight-rope, Out yonder, Jast mate np the rest. III. .80 dream-like she seems, so gentle. " Toa'd think her too good tor earth ; And I feel that a holier spirit Is banishing vulgar mirth To Us worldly home by Jingo 1 What a flourish that muslin throws ; And bow uncommonly taper Those stockinet go off at the toss 1 IV. .0 eyesl like the skies when 'tis bluest! 0 hair, like the n ight without star I Q muslin and hose 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. — 11 August 1858

Pi'BUSHED BY HAPGOOD & ADAICg. MFIIE'llOCt. tBrrklq umilq Sonrnal, Dtuotrti la rofcom. Slgriraltur?, Xifrrdtare, (Siuirafton, Xoral SufeHigmrf," aub tjft 3km of Dai. TERM: YOL. 4 2, NO. 5 2. WARREN, TRUMBULL COIMTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1S58. WHOLE NO. 2184 Poetry. WHERE A WILL THERE'S A WAY. BY ELIZA COOK. We hare faith in oM proverbs fall rarely. For witdom his traced hmt they tell. And truth may be drawa op is pure!? From them as U may from a veil. Let Ki question the thinkers and doers, : And heir what the; honestly say. And yoa'il find (hey believe, like bold woers. In "Where there's a will there's a way." The hills hare been high for man's mounting. The woods hare been dense for his ax. The stars hare been thick for his counting. The sands hare been wide for his tracks. The sea has been deep for his divin;, ' The poles have been broad for hie sway. Bat hranly he's proved in his striving. That "Where there's a will there's a way." Have ye ricas that ask a destroyer ?...

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. — 11 August 1858

Western gescrfet oititIt. O. A. ADAMS, G. N. HAPC.OOI) EDITORS. WEDS ESSAY. AUG- 11 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. , Judge of tie Stiprtme Oturi. "WILLIAM V. TECK, of Scioto. Comptroller. WILLIAM B. THRALL, of Frantlio. Attornn) General. CIIRIS'K P. WOLCOTT. of Summit.! Member of Board of Pullie Work. JOHN L. MARTIN, of EmUr. ! I Republican County Convention. Tbe Republicans of Trumbull Coun ty will meet, by delegates, at Empire Hall, in Warren, on the 24th day of Au gust, A. D., 1858, at 10 o'clock A. M., lu nomimte candidates to be supported at tbe coming October election, for tbe following offices, vii., Auditor, Recorder, Commissioner, Coanty Surveyor, and Tbe electors are recommended to meet j t their usual place of holding elections. 1 on Saturday evening. August 21st, at 7 ! o'clock, r. M.. lor the puipose of lectins delegates to tbe Couuty Con- aw Ct Vw. i r n tit A m aa ft n " i i. f iVii : weuuuu, w "'"5 " -fr-'" electing delegates to the Congressional Convention,.iwi it is also...

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. — 11 August 1858

THE dtfesfch? fysttbz Silicic HJPCOOfl t iDAHS, Proprietors. TEKMS-Ow nrvl!arnl Fifty Cents, in advance; Two Dollars, if payment is not made in advance. . N. paper discontinued until alt arrearage are pai4 nt tka am inn nf I h Mtilisken. RATES OF AUVKRTIISI One square. t-e!ve lines or less, first insertion, do each additional iuseriton- do one year Two So,.:, res, thr-e months . do . I i X wont hit. - .-. do one .ear One-fourth of .column, three months do do six do . l-0! 8 SO 00 A An . one rear.... ...... Longer advertisements inserted at a reasonable rate. . j-t i . - . tr a V. -...m a at CI lilt rwa V Is no Aaaress varus ipsltwi i."r j-c v s. TrAdTertisemen.shouh ,nmtfle TTCasna) advertisements to be paid for when hand el in- JOB P1UNTIXO. Ravine a superior assortment of Job Printing mate -J.1- n are nrenareri to execute in the best manner, all kinds of plain and fancy Book and Job Prictics, Address Cards, Certificates. Labels, Business Cards, Check Books. Manifests, Bank Cheeks,...

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. — 11 August 1858

Variety. LOVE AND PHYSIC. A 1evr man was Ir. Dire;, Miefirttrae well he tore ; fie sever laet hit patience til H had bo patients Bore ; And th?' hil practice ooce M large. it did not swell hit gains. The pains he lahered for were bat . The labor for his pains. . TSo "art it long." hit cash got then. And well night Galen dread it, f- lor who will treat a name unknown When merit get no credit T Te marry eaesned the e-nlj way To eaee bit inind of trouble ; Misfertones never singly come. And miser? made them double. De had a patient, rich and fair. That htarts by scores was breaking. And as he once had felt her wrist. He thong ht her hand of taking: " -Bnt what the law makes strangers do Bid strike his comprehension ; . Who lire in these United States, Do first declare Intention. And so he called. Ills beating heart - With anxious fears was swelling, . And half in hat It took her hand," And on her tongue was dwelling ; .Bat thrice tho he essayed to speak, lie stopped, and stuck, and blu...

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. — 18 August 1858

L 1 - ISUED BV ZIArSOOS & ADAMS. MriK ikci. SI Bwklq'arailq Journal, Drncieb la robom. irnlto, Ftfrrutorf. (gtouta, Xoral Mlligrnrr, ani) ti? Jbmfl of tyt Daq. info t S . O.VK DOLLAR Al F.FTV CEAT, IK AVaSt-I. . riu aaauat. VOL. 4 3, XO. 1 TTABBEN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1 8, 1858. WHOLE NO. 2185 Poetry. [For the Chronicle] TO SISTER OF THE DEPARTED. BY ELVIRA J PHELPS. Grief-stricken eiiter! nay a friend intrude The meed f heartfelt rruipathr within the pale - Of thv deep wee One who knew ana lored The fair eweet tower Ihxl'i faded from oor eight, - - Tmasplamed to the never fading ahoree of Heaven We trovt, never afaia to droop and fade away, " And die. In the sweet nora of life . the let na, ere car and aorrow bowed Her rj-ir' earthward, the Lord ahe loTtd " And traced, called her hone Oh shall we wieh her hack I Ke nifht ef aorrww tfc-re.no shade of care ' . Can ever anr her spirit's peace. Bat her freed seal dwells in the pars cresencs . Of the Eternal One...

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. — 18 August 1858

; - - i f fiSttsltrn gtscrfce xmdt. C.A.ADAMS O. N. HAPGOOD EDITOBS. WARB.EIT, WEDNESDAY. AUG. 13 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. jn&gt of the Supreme Court. . WILLIAM V. PECK, of Scioto. Comptroller. WILLIAM B. -THRALL, of Franklin. Attorney General. CHRIS'R P. WOLCOTT, of Summit. Member of Board of Public Works. JOHN L. MARTIN, of Butler. Republican County Convention. Abe litpnblicans of Trumbull Coun - trwill meet. Lv delegates. t Knmlro Hall, in Warren, on the 24th day of Au gust, A. v., ibots. Hi 10 o clock A. Al., to nomiuate candidates to ba supported iv me coming vciooer riecuon. lor lue .1 r.... .. a .. following offices, viz., Auditor, Recorder, Commissioner, County Surveyor, aud Director of County Infirmary. The electors are recommended lo meet t their usual place of holding elections, on Saturday evening, August 21st, at 7 o'clock, P. M., for the purpose of ejecting delegates to the Uouuty Con vention, it being the time appointed for electing delegates to the Congressional ...

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. — 18 August 1858

THE .- - x IBiSS, Proprietors. TEHBSOBf Hollar a .i Fifty Cta,la advaaci Two Ifcsllarp, f pay"" is ot use in advtuce. ' - e paper discontinued eottl all arrcaragest are staid esmpt at tfc, option efts pokltrt'O. ; ttATKS OF ADVEBTISTNd One aims i j, tvrrlrr llors or less. Srst Insertion do each additional laser Jon . . . . . . d, eneyear..... Two saaree,-thre wortths do . six mwthi d rear-.-. ... . . ... Owe-fourta of a column, three months.... de six - do da - - :ao one year.. ...... a 3 ' 14 1 OC Address eardwinserted fortue year, at 11, 11 per line. XmAdverte9ents should be marked the number or tines to be inserted. otherwise they Till be continued arrtil ovqeren act. and ensiled for mt the above ratesi liCasuei etlv jcusemeau to be paid for wheu hand JOB PRINTIXO. Heviac a saoerior assortment of Job Printing mate. rial, we arc prepared to execute in the .best manner, all Kinds el plain aud fancy Bcok and Jab rnnu, , BPCH SJ Address Cat ds. Certificates. - Labels, ' Bosiaeas Card...

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. — 18 August 1858

Variety. A CHARGE OF INFANTRY. Darlinf , imeiwn little t,rp J 'Grandma aajs aad the snows surely ' That yoa atrrsr nw the like. -Isn't It a bwantaf bemty, Zavrlog there so sweet cstl na t Mrs. Jones pray stop your scandal j Darlin'a liose it not a j f T Fumc one says 'lit Pa all over, . Whereat Pa torn wary ra. Jlnd to scan his fcatnreg, quickly To the looking glass hat Bed ; .Hut recovers his coniBosura When be hears the Horse's storv, A ho admits that of all trap's. This, iaJes4s the crowning giory. Aunt Belinda says she gneesev Smjs, indeed, ahe knows It. not 'That it will prove to be a greater Han thaa e'er iu father was ; .Proving thus tlie asodern thesis. Held by reverend doctors, sag. -That in babies as In wisdom. This is a "progressive" are. I'oelt Tus looks on and wonders At so great a prodigy ; -Close and closer, still he presses. Thinking something brave to see.'. Xt they hold the babe lefore him, Thi! they gather in a ring. Bat, alts 1 the staggered unci Vainly tries its...

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. — 25 August 1858

HArJOOa & ADAIR :iir I k E 0 L e K VOL. 43, NO. 2 3 ISrrkh nrnilij Sournal, roofri) V.'ARIl E X, TRUMBULL COUNTY, to rrrta, Igrirultorr, Xifrruto, iBtarntion, lord OHIO, WEDNESDAY, Siitfllignirr, an5 tlj? 5lrai5 AUGUST 25, 1858. of )t Dai. t TERM S CUE UOfcI.AU A.l iKTV CENT. 1 rc ium. is citr. WHOLE SO. 2186 Poetry. [For the Chronicle] AFFLICTION. BY EMILY J. ADAMS. Thy hand is henry on me. O, my Goi I I feel and tremble 'neath th, chastening rod,' The path of ralTering I long have trod, And yet, awhile, mast tread. Give, give me strength to tear! and will col tliori, lu merer. Lord, torgire, if until now, My chastened spirit hath atot learned to bow, Unmarmcrhigly, to Thee If, while ci, tremUing lips hare cri-d, 'Thy will. Thy triil le dune," my It cart hath fondly atill Uuto its idols clung, and faint aid ill. My soul forgot to aoar. And wotmded, bleedin.;, prostrate 1b tlie dust, I:, for a time, id half fargrt to trurt, Torget, O. Lord, that thoo art only just. And dost in m...

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 August 1858

SJrsf era llrstrh Ckanrclr 5 C. A. ADAMS, . O. N.HAPOOOO 1 D I TO 18. WARREN, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 25. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. JitaV c tie Supreme Court. "WILLIAM TV PECK, of Scioto. Comptroller. WILLIAM B. THRALL, of Franklin. Attorney General. CHRIS'B T. WOLCOTT. of Summit. tVemher of Board of Puilic VTorkt. JOHX L. MARTIN, of Butler. Editorial Correspondence. Saut St. Marie, Aug. 18th, 1858. Chronicle. Oo Monday, a par tj of eleven Warrt-niles- besides tLe members (ten of I hem) of Ihe Warren Brass Band; (wliich Lad received an in vitation from the captaio of ibe steamer, City of Cleveland,) left Cleveland for the Upper Lakes. About 9 o'clock, the steamei glided out from the harbor, up on the waters of Lake Erie, which were talm and smooth as a river. The cool air of the lake wa welcome after tbe warm, sultry day. and the dust of Cleve land; and bright muonlight auJ music, tided to make tie hours fly f.ist, until it was time to tert. The morning's sun aw ua sailing up the Detroit riv...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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