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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 9 April 1856

PUBLISHED BT HAPGOOt & ADAMS. . m mil ntci. VOL. 40, NO 34. 8. SJitklq mnilg Itana!, Sfnotfb WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, lo rirbom. Stgrimlturr, litrrafure, (Kmration, Itfrql OHIO, WEDNESDAY, fiittlligpncr, anb tre 3drui3 of APRIL 0, 1 8 56. t!;t Sjjq. 'TERMS: OH E DOLLA R AND FIFTY CEM V raa aaBvjt. ia icnuti. WHOLE NO. 2 062. Poetry. [From the Tribune.] SLAVE TRAGEDY AT CINCINNATI. BY MRS. MARY A. LIVERMORE. Bright tb. Sabbath u is shining through the clew aad froaty air; Solemnly the bell are calling to the boom ef praise and prayer; Aad vita thought ierout and holj. thither maoj vend ' their way. To renew to God their pledges-'-but I cannot go to-day. Tor say tout la stck and saddened with that fearful tale fwoe. Wale hat blanched the cheek of Bother to the a hits- nes of the snow; Ami sbj thoughts are wondering orer where the priaoa wall tarroond The parent and their children, in helpless bondage bound. Oh, than mother, maddened, frenxied, when the hunt or' tolls ensnare Thee ...

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 April 1856

SBtsta gtscrbt (Kfennddt. C. A. ADAMS, O. N. HAKJOOD, I DIT0K1. WARREIT, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9 Mr. Douglas' Report on the Kansas Question. StepLeo A. Douglas, as Chairman or tht Committee in tie Senate, has pro duced a report about Jwice as long as the President Messajre. It i a pitiful piece of pettifogging, and remarkable only for its general length, the rery short notice of the Border Ruffian inva ion, and lis utter repudiation-of tbe doctrine of Squatter Sovereignty Speaking of the attempt made a few ytnrs since to change the Constitution of Khode Island, the report says : Without deeming it necessary to ex press anj opinion on this occasion, in jetcrence to tlie mcnts of the controver sy, it is evident that the principles npon which it was conducted are not inrolved in the revolutionary struggle now going on in Kansas, fur Die reason that the tor- trtignty of a territory remaint in obtvancc. iMijxHjfd in the United Slates in ttttt fur Uir jieojte, vh'H they shall be admitted into ...

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 April 1856

TH E Wtstity esftbe Coqicie - . BAJSOOD k IDllS, Prepritlorj. TERMS One Dollar taJ Fiflf Onto, la a4ras.ee ) Twq Doilan, if pf"c ' -o tad la aace. . N. paper discntismed Mtll an arrears; rs paid BATES OF ADVIETISIXS OsTa awnara. twelve lines sr less. rst Insertion, t 50 a so 4 oe each additional lwsertiosv a n year..," tn square, thrv ww"1 J; .cyear 14 W n f r a eohsssa. three Months.... 8 CO - da aix da . ... . .... 19 4. da aoe rear. SO Ot Uua advertlstrntat' Inserted at a reasonable rata. a r.rrf iBsvrtssi for th. rear, at tl Mt per Una. TTTAdvertiaement should be aiarked iba number of Wax to be inserted, otherwise they trill be continued mil erdared sot. and charred lor at tesaoov r' nTCaaaai adrartiaeaaauU to be paid (or when hand wa la. . JOB PIUNTINGr Baviac a superior asseftmeat af Job Printinf at timX, we are prepared ta exeeate la the beat manner, all ktade af plain aad fancy aoon ana a rruuias. Address Caids. Business Cards, Rank Cheek, ilta of Lading:, Certineate. label....

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 April 1856

WRITE OFTEN. Writ U ma nrj often. Writ, U m rej.wi Letters ta sac arw dearer Than lorlirtt Sowers In Jane: . Tker art affection's touches Lighting of friendship's lamp Vlittinf araud theheart atrinrs Like fire-flies la ifc daaip. Trtt to B Tory often. Write la the joyou Born, Or at the close of eTeaing , When all the day is f on. Then while the tar are beam! a g Bright en the arar eky. When through the faded fereet Cold the wild winds sigh. Draw op thj little table C.'sss tttkt Jtra, and write Writ to aa aooa In the atoruln j. Or write to Be lata at alghu ' Write to art rery often ; Letters are links that bind Truthful hearts to each other, 1 Fettering mind t Bind, Giving to kindly spirit Lasting and true delight. If ye would streng hen friendship Nrvcr forget to write. WRITE OFTEN. A LAUGHABLE PREDICAMENT. Ia December, 13 ,we were travelling through one of the New England towns ia old fashioned stagecanch, wi:h a f iend, whose powers of making fun from the slightest cause wc re man...

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 April 1856

t f r -w T ? -1 1 ' v'' ' .- ? , v " . " ! . . T . ' '-usima. H $0rrfclij urailg Sonrnal, Urnoffb to mbom, irultiirft ICitrratarf, (Station, loral Sutrllignirr, anb trr 3hm5 of t Dai. . j 0WBDSFNr3"SST . iVOL. 4 0, NO 3i. . ' WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 6, 1 856. WHOLE NO. 2063 :,: Poetry. Translated from the German. THE LIFE-CLOCK. Tkr li little mystic clack, Ka baatan J0 ban Men; That beateth on-that bcatcta om, ; from mora lug until e'en : And whea the soul It wrapped In sleep. And acaredi not a sound, - It ticks, and ticks, the liTe long day. And BCTtr raaaeth don. Ob, wondrous ia the work of art, ' ' Which knella the passinc hour. Bat art ae'er lonosd, nor miad conceived. The life-elock'a magic power. Kot set in (old, nor decked with (ems. By pride and wealth possessed; Bat rich or poor, or high or low, Xach hears it in his breast. . Thlt life's deep stream, 'said beds of flowers, Alt still and softly glides, Uk the warelet's step, with a gentls beat. It w...

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 April 1856

SSfotcm ffitstrfo CrcKuIt. C. A. ADAMS. O. N. H AHiOOD. imioie. WARREff. WEDNESDAY, APBIL 16. The New Tax Law. Amonj !). Jaw"publUbd intl-is day' fpr, i the new tax law. It is cruinly a great- improvement on the Id law. and will as far as the present tat consult, ion ... permit, relieve a Urge class of the citizens of this steie, from the intolerable burthen of paying taxes n what they do n t have, by al lowing thrm to deduct Onir indebted net from their credits. jOnJhe, Pih inst,.the Supreme , Court of the L'nked Slates, at Washicgtoa, decided that the law of Ohio imposing additional taxes on the State Bank in violation of the terms of its charter, was WDeonslitulionaL This cae involved the wVole pewer of taxation, and is consid eied one of the most important ever de cided, in 1hst curt. Locofoeo legi "Mation has receive J a merited rebuke from the highest legal authoritr in the land. - - - ' Common Right. The South-only asks for an equal right of occupincy of the territories with ...

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 April 1856

.,.., " .THE:! :.; dtferfch) eserbe 6ifto.kk ':, niruOOD.l ADiTs, Proprietor. TERM One Dollar and FIAf Cents, In ' adraaret Two Dollars, if paratcnt i not Made ia advance. Ko paper diaeontianed antil all arrearages are paid spt at the option of the rablishere. i KATES OF ADVERTISlXa -" Oae eqaare, twelve lines ar less, first insertion, $ eacaadditional insertion. do one year .... . Xwe snuarwa, tbree asonlhs. ........... d s.a SSOU lAa. ...... .. da : yew . Owe-fewrta ef a column, three naontlis. da- do six da . da da x en. wear. ....... "tenter advertisements inserted at a reasonable rate. Address Card, inserted for the year, at $ I.UU per line. Jij-' Advertise menu shank! be narked Ilia aaaiier of times to be inserted, otherwise titer will eontinaed antil ardarad ant, and chai red for at the above rates. lO'Casual adreriiaanieuu to be paid fur when band H U. . . , . . SO w w yj. If M) e no 13 Oil so w . . ,. JOB PK1NTIXG. flavins; a ewperter awortmerit of Job Printing mate rial, w...

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 April 1856

Variety. THE SPIRITUAL RAILWAY. Ta fallowinr. line war found ia a railway station kw la England, (apposed to b written by a gentle- Mi wh had been then detained : Tha Ult la Dearea by Christ ni Bade, . Witt hcarcrUy win th mils an laid; Vim earth U haare th lis txteads, Ta lift eternal, vWa it cad. Bcpaalaaca U tb SlatJoa hense, v Whar pecr,gcrs ara lakinr ia, Ka fee for the 1 lam to pajr, far Jew ia himself th way. Tha Bibla ia tha Engineer. It pointa tha way to haarra ao clear. Thrones taaaela dark a&d dreary here. It dee tha war C'"7 attar. ed's rorejhe era, hU troth th trm. Which drim the engine and tha train: All yoa who wookl to fiery rid. Moat caaw ta Christ, to aim abide. Tha trot, tha second, and third claaa, KeowaUocc, Faith aad Hulia; T ew araist th way U (lory raa. Or r wnh Chriat aa aerer rei.a. Com, than, poor all err. now tha t ar. At any autioa on the line. If yoa repent and turn froai no, ' Tha traia will atop aad take yoa tm. THE SCOLD. There ara Ifcoee who har...

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 April 1856

PUBLISHED BY HAFGOOD Sl ADAMS, m inn ilici. VOL. 40, NO 36. SI Kfrrklg nmilq Sonrnal, Sruotfb WARREN, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1 3 5 6. ta jfmbom, Slgriraltarf, literature, (Bburntion. local Snfriligtnff. auit tjjt Owns of Daq. TERMS f tWE DOLLAR AND 11 FT Y CENT, rsa awwvil, m advahm. WHOLE NO. 20 61. Poetry. Written for the Chronicle. WISH I WAS ASLEEP. BY S. BOUTON. "O Tim. I Wish I was asleep."—Sterns. I would not, if I could, foretell The tad e-enta of coming years; I would not dare to lilt the Teil That hide oar future shame and tears: Bat I can ace, around ai, sow, Enough to mikc the angels weep:" . Crime stalks abroad with braicB brow : I wiah I waa asleep. 'What one waa deem'd the baleful eooree Whence all the Nation s miseries flow; By att retarded aa a curse, la deem'd a preciooi blessing now: And, ob hia prostrate brother's neck The tyrant's foot to keep, I aee the Nation! ana atretch'd oat I I wiah I was asleep. When patriots no longer dare To meet 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. — 23 April 1856

STitfem Vs 4"IirvnJr! ttVarSlCm ftU5tI0f OJjnnilUr. C. A. ADAMS. O. N. HA lyOOD, BDITOKS. WA&EEJ, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23 I County Convention. The Republicans of Trumbull county are fcertbj called opon to attend a Mass Contention at Empire Hall, in Warren, & Thursday the 8lh Uy of May, at 10 v'cloelt A. M. to elect a delegate to rep resent the County in the National Pres idential Convention to bo held at Phila delphia, June 17 th. The Counties of this Congte aional dis trict will thus elect their dtlpgates sep erately, by arrangement of the Commit tee for the whole district. By order of the Committee. J. I). Cox. Post Masters and the County Press. The Tiurebull Democrat of last week givim tha Democratic Post Masters, a hard rap over the knuckles, and they deserve it. They seem to think they hare an rspecial calling to labor and strive to benefit eastern publishers. ' We must admit that under a whin ad ninUtra ion, the postmasters then did the tame thing. This is all wrong. It is...

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 April 1856

. T 1J IS 'iiVjoOD k IBiis, .Proprietor!. TERMS One DollaraBd Flflf ritM,in advance' Two Isollare, if payment l not wade ta rcHsdw. - Ma paper 1:kuu4 antil n imriM ar, paid tfit u the option ef the publisher. ... . -. , ' '' TUTI3 Or ADVERTISIXQ OM)imwn line or lew. first insertion, f - ; ..oa additional uiseraoa....... e 4a eue ye ax two awaaree, three month...,,. 4a via nauuii. ; m . . year.... -' " Oa. fsarl of icaloaa, ihree : mnnU'l e TO do do six do a. do one rear... JgJjJ longer advertieement inserted at a reasonable rate. ar.tireo trot tnaerted lor tne year, at a i."v P' TT? Advertisement ahould be marked the numiiee of timet to be inaerted, otherwise ijey will he eontinned lil ordered oat. and c harped for at the love rate. Trj"Caeal advertisements to be paid forwhea hand , JOB PRINTINTO. Ravine a an perl or assortment of Job Printing mate rial, wo are prepared to execute in the beat manner, all kinds of plain and fancy Book and Job Printing , - Address Catda. uaineei Car d...

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 April 1856

Variety. [From the National Era.] GOING UP AND COMING DOWN. BY MARY FRANCES TYLER TUCKER. Tkia ia a impW Mag, "lis trac, Mj aoag ar, ncrer rer-Bie; ' ! jrt I'll try and scattar throwi. A UtUt finch atfti adricc. Taaa tittca, poaapo.1 fHcal asd learn, ' hcrar la boast f anch renown; ti twrtanc'i whwel i aa the turn, And tone g up, and torn com. dawn. t know a mat aawoot of stock, A Yast amoant of pride insures; Bat Fate has picked ao many locks. I rooldnH like to warrant joara. Kracsaber. then, and nertr spora The one whose band Is hard and brown; Tar h ia likely to ro op. And 70a are likely to come down. Another thing yoa will azree, (The truth star be as well conad) That 'Codfish AtUtoeracy Ii bot a May thing at best. And though the fishea, large and strong. Hay aeek the little ones to drown. Yet ashes all, both great and small. Are going ap, and coining down. Our liees are full of chance and change. And ekmmee, yoa know, is never sura; And were a doctrine new and strange. That pla...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 30 April 1856

PUBLISHED BT BAFGOOD & ADAMS. 111)11 ILtCI. SI tBrrklq amihj Srarnal, Smith la fmfom, Slgrirulfurf, liforafarr, (Btorafion, lord SiiWIigentf, anb fjjt Jfams cf tr. Daq. ONE DO LI. AS AND FXPTY CENT VOL. 40, NO 37. WARREtf, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 185G. WHOLE NO. 2 065. Poetry. Written for the Chronicle. IS THERE A GOD? BY MISS E. J. ADAMS. I asked of Earth, with all iti eeeret treasures, Iu kidd.n (tore af antoid wealta, to tall; Of to Taring aMontain, eale, and flowing rirar. Of beaTiuf eceaa, trllk Its ceaseless avail; Aad peal on peal, taroar Earth's reawtast lasads,. rosi clime U clime, their load, (lad rotce resounds. Pi oat ajsiit cavea where hamaa feet ne'er tread, from the dark raolu f eoeaa's slamberinf dead. Frocn hltl aad dale, and wood and flea, ranj eat On lent, asd load, and aniTersal iheut Trass pale to pale, fraat ahore to distant abore There la a God he rei(neth erer more. asked the Seaaose (hey, there Bifht were winginf ; I asked the setl ar...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 30 April 1856

a. A. ADAMS. G. N. HAKJOOD, E DITOBS. "WARRES", WEDNESDAY, ATRIL State Convention. The time lias again arrived for actfon.jtaid Important Eleciimn, Slate and National, are at hard ; and it is deemed expedient mat tue reopie oi uiuo take counsel to jetlier for which, purpose a Stale Con vention, composed of Delegates from the several ecunlies, is appointed to be held in Colurcbuvon THURSDAY, tie 20lh day of May next, when will be nominated candidates for Judge "of li e Supreme Court ;' Member of the Board of Public Worts ; Commissioner of Ctornon Schools i Six Delegatus at large for the. Stat.e-rOhIo"to Hie National Convention 1 to assembto at Philadelphia on the 17th of June, lo nominate President and Vice PresTJent of the United Stales ; and an Electoral Ticket for Ohio. The People, of Ohio, without regard to past political differences or divisions, who are opposed to the repeal of the Missouri Compromise opposed to the policy of the present Federal Administration opposed to the ex...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 30 April 1856

iirsO OD i IDlBSi P roprif tors. TERM 0e Dollar and FirtT Cents,ln aTance Two Dollar, if pa) meat U awl made ia aoWance. .... - Ho piper discontinued until n arrearages ara paid at ths action f th publish. -- --' $ v RATES Of ADVERTISING . x Oa nun,iwiln lino or lets. Crt insertion, 50 i , . acadditionl inextia..r. 25 Tw. lur!, thre asonlii. ... . . 4 M) -1 ,ix month.. -.J ? tw " " ' c year .- it I OvHMrU f a oolaatB, three Brooths . " W d. - , do six do 13 W a. . - da one rear SO W Lnir advertisements inserted at a reasonable rate. AAA ru Cards inserted for the Tear, at 1 1 .WJ per line. TQ Advertisements should be marked the number of to bo inserted, otnerwis wry antil ordered oat .and charred for at the above rates. HyCaanal advertisement to b paid for when hand r - JOB PRINTING. flavin a superior assortment of Job Printinr; mate rial, wo are prepared to execute in the bet manner, all kinds of plain and fancy Book and Job Priming, Address Caids, Basin Cards, Sank Cheeks, Bills of...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Reserve chronicle. — 30 April 1856

Variety. SPRING. A wewstiBg la linMi A waking m trees sleep, A tsrmwr u4 a wnrbl. That HkM th puis leap; fc A mm wf renovation. Of frsshsssi, end cf Ualta. A easting efeordid lew. A rtnhtiam of wealth. A wutrhinf as im ehlldbod, , Is the low that cm by .., Opes their gMea petal, T. tH the fitful m; A faea, a Sash, a furrl., A erlsh U aaoat an nag. Aj tad witk aoa aa g1a4Ma. l ball the) eeraal Spring . NEVER MIND THE MITTEN, JOE. Look ap. dear Joe, with brov of brass. Forge that fiddj flirting lass. And let her transient image pass. ' Though sorely fancy-smitten, Joe. Then good Ash In tne deep, broad tea, .porting there, bright, (air and free, Va4 .ne, I trow, thine ova Bight bw Sa, airct ssind the mitten, Joe. Forget that f irts ensnaring glaoce She .Lisas right prettily at the dance; Her Tain, proad aire, and trees, perchance, Xa bail! of mink are fitting. Je. But eaark ssy srords with each a w.fe, , Tied to thy hand and parse for life. Thy black and bine days mart be rife So, neve...

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. — 7 May 1856

if J 51 Jtfrrkh urailq lournal, Druofrb la rrrbom, iniltur?, literature, (Sburation, loral Sfiitelligenrr, anb tl;e -foutf of tjre Saq. 0NEDfiH?i""ICENT VOL. 40, NO 38. WARREN, TRUMBULL COILXTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1 8 5 6. WHOLE NO. 2 0 66. Poetry. [Written for the Chronicle.] TRUE BRAVERY. Where find we truest braTery I Where find we firmest men T Where find we least of slavery? Among the "upper Un 1" Ko ! oft we find the humblest slave fpon onr southern soil. With bart more firm, more truly Irare Than those who claim his toil. He, who can rss in homespun dress, II need te, through the throng, Unheeding all the rular jest, The laugh, and shout and sonp. Can boast, by far, a braver heart. More free from earthly strain. Than he who acta the boldest part. Upon the baUle plain. What, though he face the cannon's blare. And bear the gory plume. Through leaden shower and battle haze. Fresh to the conqueror's tomb ? What though the nation shout his praise The bravest of the brave," Be...

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. — 7 May 1856

llgtsfrni Txtstxfo Clrcnuif. C. A. ADAMS. Ci. "N. HAP(iOOD, EDITORS. "WARREN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7. State Convention. The time lias again arrived for action. Important Elections, State ami National, at band ; and it is deemed expedient that the People of Ohio take counsel to gether lor wliich purpose a Slate Con vention, composed of Delegates from the several counties, is appointed to be irl in Columbus, on THURSDAY, the 29A day of JUay next, when will be nominated candidates for Judge of ti e Supreme C.urt ; Member of the Board of Public Works ; Commissioner of Common Schools ; Six Delegates at laige for the Slate of Ohio to the National Convention to assemble at Philadelphia on the 17ih ef June, lo nominate President and Vice President of the United States ; and an Electoral Ticket for Ohio. The People or Ohio, without regard to past political differences or divisions, who' are opposed to the repeal of the Missouri Compromise opposed to the policy of the present Federal Administration...

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. — 7 May 1856

TH E 31esieh) fybe Gtyroqkk II1P50GD k lDiis, Proprietor!. TERMS Oae Dollaraod Fifty Cents, in adraarrc. Two Dollar, if parncnt i not mad. ia advowee. Ma paper diaeeatiaued antil all imui ar paid at the .ptiea ( th -.binders. RATI 9 OF ADVERTISING a aaaara, twain liaea ar leaa. first insertion, 1 M ac aa year two aaaaraa, thre month 4a- six months........ e. one year.... ........... a-(aaitk at a coiaan, thraa months d. ao six da da - da one rear. ... . ( vo 4 00 7 UU li 00 e oo 19 00 0 M laager advertisements Inserted at a reasonable rate. Addreee Cards iaaetted far the year, at $1.00 per line. TTTAdTertiseaseata shoald be marked ibe number of lamta aa ineerted, otherwise they a ill ba eontinoed mat! I ardared rat .and charged for at uie aoove raiea. .... . - , It-Caawai advertisement. U be paid for when band JOB PRINTING. Harinf a superior assortment of Job Printing mate rial, wo are prepared to execute la the best manner, all kUsds of plaia and fancy Book and Job Printing, Addres...

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 May 1856

For the Farmer. Written for the Ohio Farmer. TAGGING SHEEP. The process known ia Vermont hy llie two words placed as a heading to this ar ticle, consists as follows: Previous to the time of turning t!r sheep fron tilC-ir Winter . . . , , quarters to grass, the (lock is taken to the proper place, and each sheep is bereft of from four to six ounces of wool, grown in the immediate vic inity of the anus. Tbe wool at this lime is clean, end can be sol J separated for about half pric; or washed und put into ihe main fixce at shearing time." Thalini-! occupied with each sheep vaii.-s from three to five min utes. In the new states tins pioccss na-i not in g:ieral Len a!o tod, yet we ar strongly of llie opinion that the. motives all inclined to its universal adopt ion cvoi v where, aniung g'd flock masters. To allow the wool to rttn iin, is to fuuii.h the sheep i:h the direct agencies to accu mulate a vast amount ot fllih and manure, which is exceedingly injurious botli to thcrasclvee and oi...

Publication Title: Western Reserve Chronicle
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