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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 16 February 1859

s 9 M oa ' ii e v ".- -ii a n r ? . - TEtiiwS 0elalUraa4FIAr 0,i iTmcf1 Tin bdhm,ir armeat Is mot we M Unner , -r v , - ) 5 N paper ditVnnflnoed nUI sDaiwssasgel atw P! 3g tare at taw wja at tVt MiAM. m do" o. year- 1WW IBS SI IB, tBVWe month.... -y jtx - .......... ' " - 0 jsre year -----i---.15 OS Oar earth of a c. lata, inr momlltt. 1 at . .- 4, d mix 4 IS 6C " " 4. a Brw-. to Longer MnmmnAl iawed at a! roaeonail rate. '" ' stress CArd inserted forth year, at 1 1. 00 per line. ' ' yrgdvwrusewe4 sstowbi he avM th eunvbeeof wme ta he- Mwted,trwiie they will k eontinaed Cjwtil ordered Kl.urf charged for at the above rate. -- irfCaal ads .TtiactntBta to be paid fr whoa haad ad ta 1 - A- - - - - JOU PUINTIXCS. .lal. we art nreitared to eseent in the he manner. all ladf ef plaia and fancy Book aad J oh Prtatica. --Aadreaa Catda,"' Certificates. .' Labels. . AuiMM Card! ' Check Books. Masifeata. - -tan Checks. - Colore Printing. Hates, ..illtef Ladiag. Draft. . fret-ram -e Jail Ticket. ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 16 February 1859

Variety. [From Punch.] PITH OF THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. farads almost all Torelge asUons T:-Obx ntteeb ain't aoways fust-rate ; There's most of .or foreign raJsltoos ' I U u aw8smcroty att. Wttk the Brlttirher's, thro" in t!gi ttet'.lea " Dlptosmry. go we hart St tkorigMof sreojuetIonattt!el, - The Central American, . WiA Spela w'r la i ecu Jit! on a . 0 whisk w hut Best's' le trag ; Bar folks la official politico Has Insulted our Batlenal lag : , SM H ciUteas on wrong tna "lotif r -la their persons and property too ; " . And she wont pay wt Cuban claims, etrther, -' Which 11 aow fourteen year ererilu. . - .-. - -. , Peculiar I recVoa lha natnr OTthe sort of rolatieni we tear Te Mexico-sot wuih a Utnr. " . . Cast pay If taty would them etor there. S eaa only lay oB plaa afore ye, By oar ewa from them eriiters to come ; To drop dowa oa their territory-, - Ami Mix, for a pledge, oa toire. Aad there' tbat air Panama's Istbmus, ' To must there clear the transit is course. aad. If not ex...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 23 February 1859

PUBLISHED BY HAP(JOOD & ADAMS. i ', BLOCK.- 3 Hfaklq amilq Sunrnal, Srartrb fa 'totem, irnltorty jCitrrafmr, (Bterato, laral Snfeffigratr, anh fre Hems if.fjp Uaq. j TERMS s " J OXE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CE3fT f M AMMVm, I ABVAXCB. VOL. 43, NO 2 8 WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1 85 9. WHOLE NO. 2212. Poetry. PASSING AWAY. Tta viater moths arc passing Bapldljr away : . A vcrdaat Siring it coning With ber Wlmjr Bight and day ' And the srarbling bird, . Will om be heard To chant her welcome lay. The lower will soon be blooming On the great plain ; The dale, and bate violet. Win lilt their beads again, " And pufumte bring To change vith Spring For sonahine and for rain. - Spring will lift the Icy hand ,. .. Front ot the little rill ; r And bid it seek for saoshine Bcrend the uraggf hill ; ' Bntte inei again, la dew or rain. In toner place to flit. The trait tree in the orchard, Clothed ia gewai of white ; Their tiny bade like eye lid closed. And Bleeping through ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 23 February 1859

i(feta tsith Cbrciurle. O. . ADAMS, : "O.N.HAPOOOD I. ZSIT0K3. Repeal of the Ten Per Cent Law. The -bill repealing - the len per cn l Jaw passed lha Set ate on ilia Izih inst. 1 a vote of 20 to 14. The following is tire vote in ths enate on the passage cf ibe b ll: Yea. Messrs. "Ashnaun, Euckland, Cadwell. Car.clJ, Cnntwctl, Chapman, Gatoh, Kirtcaid, Lar.gclon, LTcCIearv, Mc Kelly. Mi!s, Perkey, Prrrill, Re:d, Saf ford, Smi h, Vaaatta, Westcott, Winnsns 20. Jars Meesrs, Cas, Corwine, Gird, Green, (latch, Heflkle. fl3iy. Mar row, Murdock, Phelps, SniJelt-r, Sohleich, Slarfe, Thomas -15. Ti e bill as it finally passed, sud Is now an act, is as follow: BILL TO REPEAL THE TEN PER CENT LAW, PASSED MARCH 14, 1850. , Sec. 1 Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the S;ate of Ohio, That the ac'.passcd March, 14, 1830, futi'ileJ "an "At to amend the Act frn'iu'ed an Aci fixing the rate of interest, parsed Janum x 12, 1S24, and all other laws on that sub j-ct," fce and ther same as hereby r...

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. — 23 February 1859

.J;-- :ioMVlDlSSVjPropneorj.: v, tTERMOneOt.llarand Flftf Centa,.- aJvaace; Two Dollars, If payment not taade in adrattc. ; . r f No paper diacantjr.aed until all arrearage ara paid f ...swpta uie opttoa ot wrc p.un f v . JSATitS OF AUVBRTI8IK0 One sasaw. twelve lines or lest, first insertion,-, -h.wiitiorl insertion ... :wde aH?w 8 OB "w sqswvr-, thret monlltS-.J ---"..-.... 4 4 . ai x months.. ? 0 CVV 1 r.yar......:.....;w...-.M.... JS0l tjne-fowrtzi of a colaima. three months......... BW t t ' so ' six - so '........V 19 ""do"'" do tntTr.n....... SOW Bnger aJvertitezneBt inset-tad at a re tenable rU. dress Csnit inserurd toi (ha rear, it ftl.00 per line TrAnvehitementstrionla he marked lit nrfmher of t.OASses to M insanea, guurwue laey will b eouiinueu SAV-il ordered Out,and charged for mt the above rMet. ,JOCasaal adt xrtiaetnenta ta be said for waea hand a j V. . - . v... ' " ;M JOB PUINTINT.. Having a superior assortment of Job Printing mat rial, we are prepared to execute in ...

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 February 1859

Variety. BOTH SIDES. A man. In hit curtate, tu riding aloof, A ftllr tressed wife bj hit side ; ta satin and races, ah locked like a queen, Aad be like a king, la hi prii. A wod-sswyer stood od toe street, a they pasted. The carriage and eoople he eyed. Aad said, aa he worked with hie at on a lag, -I with I wai rich, and coo Id rid. Jt'. ...... The Baa (a the carriage remarked to hi wire, . . "One thing I would glee, ir I could I'd gtva all my wealth lor the strength, aad fee health Of the bw who aawelh the wood." A pretty, young maid, with a bnndl of wort, Whose face, aa the morning, eat (air. -Trent tripping along with a smi; of delight, . . Tail ha Mining a lore-1 reaUiinj air. Ehe looked on the can iacc the lady she taw. Arrayed in apparel t fine. And said, ia a whisper. "I with, from mi heart. Those satins aad laees were mine." The lady looked oat on the maid with her work. So fair ia nercalic dress. And said, "I'd relinquish pottee sions and wealth. Her beauty and yoath to poe...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 2 March 1859

IHTBLISHBO B7 HAP300D Y ADAMS. , carut slack VOL. 43, NO. 29- SI txJrrklq urailq f carnal, StmAA WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, !a fmhm, iraltarr, Xttoafat?, (Biiarafion, Xoral SnfeHigenrr, anb fjr Jltm of MARCH 2, 185 9. i I iljt Daq. OXE DOLLAR AND FIJTT CENTS rta Auavm. I abvawcs. WHOLE NO. 2213. Poetry. [From the Ohio Farmer.] THERE'S BUT ONE PAIR OF STOCKINGS THERE'S BUT ONE PAIR OF STOCKINGS TO MEND TO-NIGHT. As old wife at hf her brirfct tresiue, J," SwsriDg thoughtful I j l ud frw In u soclost chain whoso creak, craw ' ToU a tale of long age ; " 1 ': White 4e-a by her aide, en the kitchen tear. Stood a baaket of wonted hill a f core. The good man dosed o'er the latest news. Till the light of hU pipe went eat. And anhteded. the kitten with canning paws. Boiled and tangled the ball, about ; Tet ttitl eat tie wife in the ancient chair, S waring te an fred in the firelight glare. Bat anon, a milt, tear drop came In her eye of faded bkea. . -. Then trlehled down in a f...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 2 March 1859

i&lcstrra 3ftrscrtir &xwtt. O.A.ADAMS. J O.N. HAPfi( r BDITOBB: WAItBIH. WEDNISDAY.MARrH2 Speech Sena or Thompson, of Kentucky on the Cuban question. Many able speeches hare teen delir erf J w tb Senate during ike discussion of the bill, placing Thrty "Millions etthe disposal of Mr. Bochanan, to be used lor lie purchase of Cuba. tut we Lave keen bod which piesents the lol'ey of any at U-ropt lo buy that which the owner will cot sell, end pay for it with money which the would be purchaser has not got than that of Senator Thompson. It was the most Luiueious of the ses sion, aod perhaps none ever delivered Kufcre the Senate, caused more laughter Iroaa both friends sod foes. The letter writers describe the scene io the Senate chamber as uceqalled in the annals of that body. Although the hit on all aides were mot laughable, alill they were bard.' end the- speech presented root forcibly, some of the strongest argu . 'Keats ags'nst the bilL ; SpehV'mg of Urn-wlf as an olJ whi i 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. — 2 March 1859

t. - 0 IFUSeDT fc'lBlK, Propriflen. One DillranITmr VirtB. r 4rmmrr Twt Dtrilara, If ayac" vaasle 1m sw) rawer r...i.y -.Jfa paper aiseaatiewed until all nul ereaait the epti-e ertbopubliebere. ; aUTES OF AlrTE.mStXw .-"T Oa lan,'tntn Hnee or lew, first loeertiao, w . 4a e)eb additional iomnHiea...-......'- - ae- v oa "y war..... '...-- "w Tva Iiiuh. dire m nth. ,L..4A. ... w. - - a -4 iiikmUi 7 ' a- tw.MfM.ofM.mt.Mt . rS wefawrth ef a eoloasa, three aeathx... 4 ia 4 ...... ... tv 4 - ' ' wee year. ......,. tOM tongas- dvitisom tart)4 at a r-aannabl IddreM Card inserted for thw year, at tl.w. per :ims to be inserted, otherwise they rill b eontinoerl til ordered aO.BBd charted for at the above rates. jryGmm ai adv JT-rmanbi to be pid far wb bawd ..ed la. , JOB HHINTrNO. - flavin; a an perl ar asseataeat ef Job Priatiait aai rial. w ar prepare to exacat ia the heat maaaer.ap kind af plain aoa faacy Book aad dob rrintise. Addree Caida, Certlfteatee. Label, abssines Car, Cheek Book. 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. — 2 March 1859

Variety. PARODY ON LONGFELLOW'S PSALM OF LIFE. .. TM n not in mourn tul cumber, '- " Life is but an rmrrfy Jrcam! Cbiencn in lliroTl slumbers. A.tt lij tu meant what they teem. life it real, life is earnest; ' . ad it sSeJl i not it pen f rej thus art arid egg remsinrst, TT not spoken cf tlie hen. - . Xvt enjojmeDt, and not sorrow. 1 our destined end our way ; But to eratc!i, that each to-morrow - FiaJs us fatter than to-day. .Art U lorip. and lime ii flctj. ' "' Bs'mir bills thro sharpened wll; Not like muffled drums be beating ' On the inside of the shell. . la the world's broad field of battle, ' . Ia the great bats yard of tils. Be not like the lazy cattle Be a rouatcr in the strifrl . Trust nohavlc, however pleasant. And yet never be it said, TVhea the birds of prey were prrsent, v Ton Wrre skulking in the shed. . Lives cf old cocks all remind us Ve can mske our lives sublime; And when roasted, leave behind tit. Bird tracks ia the sands of time. Bird tracks that erhaps another'...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 9 March 1859

PUBLISHED BT HA.PSOOD ft. ADAMS. VOL. 43, NO. 30. SL 3SkIq amilq Sonrnal, Jtooffb WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, ta Reborn, Sgrirnlfarr, Xilmlmt, (Bhmliim, loral OHIO, WEDNESDAY, Snfriligrnrr, anh f Jrr Jbms of MARCH 9, 1859. ijffSaq. I OXB DOLLAR AMD FIITT CEJTTsj I ruiiiii.iiitTuci. WHOLE NO. 2214- Poetry. [From the Atlantic Monthly.] THE OPENING OF THE PIANO. la tha lilfl. aoalhera parlor at tha house yoa may ' hare aeea " Witatfcecassbrel roof.and the gable laekiof westward ta tha ffrcen, - -. At Urn aide toward tha nnut, with tha window on it ' .. Staad tba Londaa-aaada aiana I aai draaausf at to- ijht. Ah awl baw I leiataiber tba ereninj wbea It came ! What a cry of eafcr role, hat a roup cheek in Same, - - -' v Whea tba woadroo box waa opened that bad come -" fro crer aeaa. . . . With it ssMll ot sestie-Traish and ita Sash of irory ' key! - - . - v - . . . .... k Then the children all crew fretful in tlx restlessness T joy. Tor the boy would path hit lister, and the sister crowd 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. — 9 March 1859

01fsta Qtstxh Crcnirlf O.A.ADAMS, O.N.HAPfiOOD EDITORS. WEDNESDAY. MABCH 9 Ohio Democratic Legislation. v " CtxctKATi Dsmocraciseb The latest ptcijoeo of tLe devotion of the Deraccra ie majority in the Ohio Legislature to the principle of Squatter Sovereignly, is seen ri the bill which was introduced in that .Jbodj, by which the olectlun of police officers would be taken from the citizens, end the appointments, for Eve yetrs, m JB'.SS 5iSJ5 n oc ra ti art i s a n s w h os e terms of office' were just about to xpire and who were tlecud for lottlly differ- r.BUlHti-8. , The State Journal says:' "Democracy lias'fliourlslied long on little but the ghastly pretence of confi .-;,deoc in the people, and this move to rob them of the control of their own domes .lie institutions will unmask its nntive :ngIio(Es. co that none will be sc obtuse .as not to see it. '-Democracy "adores the wisdom of the jwople whin they vo'e a-democratic ' ticket, but wants a higher per as soon '.as they began to ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 9 March 1859

THE - tj Li lPCtlQl k'ifllBS, Propritlor. : T feilM 8 One Dollar and FlrtF rents, in " advance. Two Dollar, il payment l ami wide ii advance. ; -o-.t ' - ' K paper discontinued w, mil 11 rrrar in ptlil imptil the option nf the poblishers. 0 -r EAT S3 Of aDERTISIXJ Oa tsraare. twelve line or less- or luertioa , SO pd. . - each additional insertion.......... CS .) I A wejr.. : ' T.s imm, tare month.-.. . . 4 0t d. is mowtha ... . .. ...... Ton ?y rr -' year .... 19 r,e-fotfta a flumn. thres months. ........ 8 a do aa mix da I? lr - do- -a. one year. ...... van Longer adrr-tisesnrnts inserted at a reasonable rate. ,ddrcas Cards inserted fur the rear, at 9I,IM per tin-. vr Advertisement 810010. he marked the nmir"t Imtm ta b inserted, otherwise they will he continued aatil ordered a.. (.and charged far at the above rates. TTTCuaal ad,;:ulsmnt-i to h paid for whra hand - Having a aaperior assortment ar Job Print me mala rial, a are prepared ta cxecal ia the beat manaer.al. kind! af plain...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 9 March 1859

Variety. [From the Danbury Times] LITTLE BOYS ABED BY JOS. HALBERNE. Jut tlie clock i telling The evening hour of eight. Out j)eak oar cruel father : -Cliildrcn, it' getting late, fut op your books tad play-thing. , William and John nd Fred I""' i "J - 'n brief moment. ' .,' .TTc're -little boy abed." V -! '-' - OL! how we; hate Uiat striking That make u leave our play. And will not let as linger, ' "' Bii haste to bed away. Vpka'J, -Oh,' father, mother, . i' . ' Just a few ruinate more!" ' .nt no! our course i pointed " 'Sjuight to "the bed-room door. .Then when we feel the bed -cloth's All sncgly tacked about, "We tell each other stories. Until we're all talked out, Tlieo on will go to mumbling, "While none will understand. And soon we all hare journeyed " Into the dreaming land. ' All night in quiet slamber Our wearied form repose ; . . Ah! "ti a kind of heaven . .. " Beneath (hose sheltering clothe, Tor heaven, mother tells us, I where ere peace and "rest, Ji nd when are we with...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 16 March 1859

- PUBLISHED BY BAP10OD & ADAMS. UPUI BLOCK VOL. 43, NO. 31 3 ufakiq umilq Scurnnl, Urnotrb TTAEREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, ta . rrrbom, iloririitfarr, ITifrrafurr, (Bitot icn, laral OHIO, WEDNESDAY, I litrlligrnrr, anil f I; -firms MARCH 1C, 1359. of trt -Datj. TERMS OXE DOLLAR AM) FIFTY CENTS re AaauM.ia advjsc. WHOLE NO. 2215. Poetry. [From Arthur's Home Gazette] NOT AS A CHILD. NOT AS A CHILD. "Not as a child shall we again behold her." BY FANNY FALES. 0 n Bot ao! how shall I know my darling. tfehaBfed "Mr form, and Tefl'd with shini-is; hair; if. aia her Siiht, ha irrawn my little starling, ' f Dow thall I know her th-re 7 On meiery' page, hy Tlrsrless Unfrers painted, 1 see the features of mr angel-ehiM: She pass'4 away ere tin her aoal had tainted. Pars' to the Cndefiled. 0 aay not ' (or I would clasp her. eren, A when below ihe y npnn my hreast : 1 weald dream of ber as a hod In hearen. V ..i .. Amid the hlisr-ms hlest. My little oner she was a folded lily. Sweet. r than any on...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 16 March 1859

JTrr i JT f ff yilff ICAl-UUH U.UU. UU-uu.. O. A. ADAMS. O.N.HAPfiOOn i 1DIT0BS. Tin VfAJLKEJS, WEJaTSAY. UtARCHlO. Report of the Treasury Investigating Committee. The report of the commiitfe sppoiiittci Hjvtsi.ga.te the defalcation in tie S air Taeavury m almost interminable With t:i dfUileJ tviil. ecu io lie matter, ii -ocu4i k thro ciitite elicits of llie Ohio Sate Journul, to the exclusion of all oth tr nmUeXiIi is iliercfore iuijosili!e to lay itUfjre cur reader in djtail, and wre tetocJo so, il is rot likely that many of llieni would have il.e patience to Wide through it. We shall from time to liine, refer to such portions as will give nil 'he important fact. Accompaii; ing tbo report nilicn trans, uiiteii to Uie Legislature, was a messing! joiii GjV. Cliabe, protesting against the action ot the G.nerl Assembly in ap puiuliiitr M commission of citizens who. were ut wenibei of die Legislature, and ppri:isi(g ihe Co:iimisioners. T4iat ihe Governor hai a clear con thuiional right...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 16 March 1859

----- THK 3Ue5fc)ri csci-bt. Cliftjijieie BIPCBOD k'lBlTs, rroprieton. TERMS One Dollnran.l Fifty Cents, in 4vm Two Dollar, if pay-men. ia not wade Ms advauce. k'a pater discontinued antil all arrears? ara Pid sees at the option of the publishers. KATES OPAUVKIlTISIXa tfre. tlve line, wr V asaitloa, f ? 4a. each additional insertion -a j .... ...................a I lii twa Mnm. thr.e asonths - J .a. aia months.. " 4a " act rear 13 no Owe foarth af a col nan, three months no ea 'a si da 1 "C aa -- da aneyear.... SdiiO Confer advertisssneata lasened at a reasonable rale. Address Cards inserted for the year, at 1 1 .IN) per II nr. Tr"rAdTevt.la.rnu should he asarked the awm'T of tiaiea to ha iaaened, otherwise they a ill he eontinaed Mil asdered s..and charted fur at theatre rates. rTjJasmal adv -TUseaacnla ta )a said far whea hand ad la. JO I J HIUNT tXO. flawing a aaperlor ataaitment of Jeh Printios awTS rial. w. we prepared to execute i the bt wwnner.al' kinds T plain and fancy Book...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 16 March 1859

Variety. A SONG FOR SHROVETIDE Tt n.n v not bo p-nrliy fcnovrn tliot in -tin OM 0.iiiitrv"c.iS'":ii ..- iim! il n.c.-!wi-y ilia: .-n tlie TuT'liT .ivceJi2 A!i WVd-i.-sil-iv v. -IV Im.:- must ni putiiw. "Tlie yiai nlnu! Tiq" iIiik sii-i it glorii. in the .Lon.i. 11 Sumley Timet: Thi ss hat a f-aneake. that's tossed by the world JMIwrn-itrlyopward and down, it ai who tnm his tiirikplaee tlic l..'iher te's harletl. If .lily more q-lirkly done brown ! Th lemon and stcsr that with it we eat Are as types of hi fortune intectird. here the bwi aad the good, tike the acid and sweet. For a xet to existence are blen-led. Xaon op with ti paa-alte, and dewo with the ran wake, Arm hey t for the ve-aron of Shrore, fceafhe little birds ting the return ofihe Spring And 8t- alentine relfrns in the trove. Whnt'f life hut a pancake, made op of a round Of milk, and if Coor, aad ecrs. That If fortnne. ear cork, has l-flt properly browned. We can sra!low with joy to the drees ! T. nixtare' the same. I at ...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 23 March 1859

' ' ' PUBLISHED BT BAPQOOD & ADAMS. MFIII lltCI. VOL. 43, KO. 32 & Kfafclg araifij Sonrnal, Dwobh WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, fa rotora, irnlfarf, Xifttafait, (gtarafiaii, Inral OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SnMIigtnrt, anh f jft firms MARCH 23, 185 9. of t Daq. , TEKMS: . OXE DOLLAK ASiD FIFTT CE3T WHOLE NO: 1216. Poetry. [For the Chronicle.] THE EARTHLY TABERNACLE. BY DR. J. W. HUGHES. We are doubly gratified by the reception the following beautiful lines from oar rained contributor, Dr. J. W. Hughes, of Berlin, both became of the intrinsic merit of the poe try and of the easoranee it girea that hia health which has been eafifering from paralysis, has improved. We sincerely hope hia earthly taberaaele may not be dissolved for many years It seems at tf the teats which time and disease has made hi it, have only let more light shine through. Ens. : ; -. Clay tnilt eVelliBg, thoa art tendinif - . . , Xrery Moment to decay; Tiaie and storms, thy walls an rendinf ; O I "j i .Brae aad seam arc 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. — 23 March 1859

-:T4-i fSestrm cstrbr rcnirlf. O. A. ADAMS. O.N. HAPOOOD BDITOBS. .WAR&E2I, WEDNESDAY. MAECH23 Report of the Grand Jury on the Jail. "LThe Grand Jary of Trumbull County having care.'ul'y f ximined the Jail in aid County, ask learu rcspec;fjlly to re port aa follow vitz Fira'. We believe that said Jail is as well kept ai ia possible under the cir cumstances, that is, the rooms, beds, &c re a free from dirt and bad odor, as they can be in to old and dilapidated a budding, with nofacilties for ventilation Secondly. We consider the Jail Building entirely unfit, as a place in which to - c&it. ae ' prisoners, bcaus -of its lack of strength to resist aUempis ?p eapt, the general arrangm-nts of it. structure and th tnoulJy rottenness of tin whole buildii'C from its foundation to it roof. - In sliort we consider it a Nuisance and a disgrace to the citiz-n saf the county and this enlightened age." 'And we beg learn at this 1ime, to sug geit io the Hon. Coar3 of Commissioners, to k...

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