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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 25 December 1858

nn Tin L-JLLjJLilij . i m - y y j l j h i irw r r I A f I. I U IV B 1 M 14 L I ' 1 II' I '' ' 4 . . . .. It .. ... .! . i -i - . . . .! .,....... .'. - " ' '." ;'' ' ' ' " ' 1 ' ' ' . '' : ' "volume ix. nq; lii. Ashtabula, o. satukdAy mom lT2dor'. niclont 111 all tlilns'S. 251 SO' IjT ID-VKTOin.' WHOLE -NUMBER 470. TBIllllOr ;IWlHIITIO. ,' j "strictly In MM, $ 1 to-at tu nd nt nix montlm, 1 7 I tin lid of tl oar, ,. T.,. , ,AVKUTIIWO.-.", " On nnnar nm week (. Ml , I Two nqin thrs mo. 1 in .ft tnuin Ilimwrka 1 IM) two nil inns. 6 0 HXtinam thrft moil. I milinw 00 HMXlllM, 4 ml InntHmitHMfW l'i no nno imMi n fw 00 hilf jnliiiim on jr ft 00 UiMlnMo) Onrl nf ant nvr l llnm r jnr . S 00 Twnlrs llnr nt Iran nr ttil l tctti-r miikf t pir. Olil.nrr Nn'tirrii of n:nn ilinn At Hupp, nlilr. of gcnrrnl nUri It, will b tnMirtd ftt tbe umi rate m tUvurtUliig umttei . JOI1 I'Ul&TINtt'T' f y ieswHptlnii ttn)l to on call, in tlie most Uutcful St. Potar' Ohurch, Ashtabulsu . TIMSJ OK ,DIVI.N8 SB...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 25 December 1858

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. ASHTABULA: SafardAy McrnUig, Dec. 25, 1858. Mr. Dong1.il teems jnst now to hsv no friend at Washington. Tlio democrat have tbowo Lim tbe doer ont of their political cbarcli by rvfutnrig to re elect him chairman of the tenato ril commit too on territories ; tlie wpnblicans do not feci any call to sympathy . or fralemisi lion, since he abused thera an stoutly aod beat them to badly io the Illinois canvass ; and th pure and proper anli-Lccomptoo democrats, like r.rodcruk, Clark, Forney, c, are soared toward him because of hi southern election eering toor, and the proclivities of his speeches towards slavery aod continued affiliation with the sonthem democracy. They have no Idea cf going buck to apprenticeship tc slavery, end rather enjoy than otherwise the reception which Mr. Donglns's advances have met from the sen atorial caucus. Nevertheless,, Mr. Douglas holds a commanding and In many respects en viable position ; and he can much better afford to receive such perse...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 25 December 1858

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMM IIKKI). Ashtabula, Ofclo, Dec. 25, 1858. The Telegraph—Present and Future. -n, enmetline, ly, but Irreal.ubiy drifting biwurd tin. npliiion, that ll ia eia.iil time b, have a settlement with Our di'llraiueiit enhacrlliera. I I thing seems tn b becoming nine and nwr Inevitable It la deummtrd by the cniH'iil.in of nnr excbeiincr I an Ilia gruandnf nlly anil liiatlce, it la demanded, and oa tha arm of tranuul.ity efnilnd, .ell-reaperi, ami etiemirturenienl nf mor al aouiiilneea at the corn, It la almanlutelv Imll.iieallile. VY hare bee anndlng ihe 'ffhrrafrt tn wit a few within Ilia Omib ty, but prna,iinr without, with whom am have liltle or no acquaintance. In Uie everdre of that oonmlen In Ilia latent honeaty ol hiiniaii nalnra, which we all Ilka to halloa will onner or later awtl Ita ewar ever cupidity ami aelflahnea, tru.ting Uiat ntir claim wmild b recognised ami bonoetly met, bat mil expeeatlon have lift been reaponded la aa wa an gen erously boied. Te a...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 25 December 1858

Potato Rot. rinnge yonr foot in enltling hot wntrr, and tlio fkin will lo KCtililciJ. Keep it in fenlilisff writer, mxl I vix-ul !ioMt wouM mortify. Put a potato in unter from 80" to 00 Fob.., or sttTuni, it will rnt'. Keep it hore nnH it will rot. . At fur,ns twenty fife Jours brick, I hate had potato rot on roy furn. Vpon my place it nU ayiroquirr t l so ciuch heat villi so much pioisturo .nt tlio aii time, to rot my potatoes. When -e would have a week or ten dnyiof rainy Weather Btont the first of Angus., with the thermometer standing from SO" td 00 my potatoes would-still rot. The rot with nm, in plnee of beginning la tlio stalks, commenced in the tubers (probaUy com tnenced nil over the plant nt the same time,' but showed themselves to me in the tubers firH.) lu 1848 I think It was, after tiever al dnyj rainy wcnlhcr, with the thermome ter ranging at 0'aj 1 went out to Bee a field of potatoes I hud, on the 12th or 13th of .AuRu-st. From the state of the weath er I expected to f...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 1 January 1859

rffiirn WW I I Si I .11 . A lETSr JAMES ITI.IDID1D. Inc3.oiDeiic3.eiit in ctll mines. si so X3sr advancid; VOLUME X. NO. I. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MOBNING, JANUARY 1, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 471. TERHl or M'lWCBIPTIOB. Tw, Dollar per ". M H HIJ ' AnvrUTlMHf.. On aquae ,n square three week 1 00 oneaijuare thr iwii. 9 6" on annar l loon. 4 0 k J.... .... .r 00 Twn sonar three mf 11 60 two nnre Mil MM, A 00 err annar on yar 8 00 four nHar dm year It 00 hnir column en year 36 vn Business 'Card of wit over U lines-per year Twelve Una or lea of thto t letter make a sonar. , OhU'ivy Notice of more than Bv line, unless of general bteri ft, will be inaerted l tin Mm rata a advertising matter ' JOI1 PRINTINO of viry description "attended to on oil, In (h moot tasteful 8t PeUr'j Church, Ashtabula. TIME? OF DIVINR E!lv7cR7i DCIUNU NEXT WEEK. Sdf, being th S.vn SrxnAT aftkh CnataTVAil. I Mum lit trii .it 111 A. X. Evening Service Ml 2 P. H. T riv. lalng Hie Fkakt uk Tim Ki-irHAiiT. Morning sr , vioe ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 1 January 1859

WEEKLY TLLKGliAl'H. A S II T AI3 U L A : Saturday llcnslnn:, Jan. 1, 1 850. Tub kiwonrk of the N. T. Tri&m. lo the IOirsvilla Journal, prosi;ijf a bais of uuion f tli political clunoutg oppou'd to LocoTo km, doc hot mrct with xery ppncral fuor -irtonrr tlio nrpuliliciirs of this section of the Jie.wrvff. 'I'lic proposiiion of tho TriLnS wni lo 'nllow tho Ciind'tlaio Tor tha resiliency, to be gi k'i-lci from without the ftqmblicnn party, bat that he shoulil ho committed to the doc trine of coii3i:ing slurcry wilbiu lis present lim it.". Thin i thought lo he going further thuo Mr. GnKCt.RT h authorize a) to go, atid pnrtiikia too much of a stirromlcr. And yet It is not rs.!.ilul.le to the Journal, whom Lditor trenis aoh an nrriippemciit aa simply odioum .If so liberal a prcpotiliuo ns llii?, meets with only un qnalifjed dissent, it niny iradily be fwon nd un iler&tood, how hopeless is such nepntinthn be tween the North and the South. The Repub lican par'y cannot concede anythi...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 1 January 1859

WEEK LY TELEGRAPH. Br jam- r.KRn. Ashtabula, Ohio, Jan, I, 1355. ., IIprt ew Ykab 1 lie good old greeting with a fresh n eoiiing in;d Ititt rtol with annttul revolution every new' occasion for ill ui.ciution. To-rtny in one of those mile hi one. j lu life Journey, when we iIoii lo Uke a itnrvey . ' or our position- to coupraiutale ourel,es on .1... ...1 . f f....u. - I.1..I. .m IIIHI VU II ill ill ' T VI 1 I ill IK n it" 11 " " rvi in . . 1. i, t. 1 i:t -1.. .i .. mhil ni.1i.rul In It. . II .a it liiillilnv III I hn I rut enne, a duy of mirth and nociul intercourse, of good dinners and friendly tulk are rni puid fi ioi.iKlii iM uliii l . , , ,, ,. I fin nro Ao-hiiv ront.'tlt.1!! Itlirl llin ilim.r(tn.A r..i gotten, and the brief chII gives evidence Ihut old frlentlg ore remembered. Iluppy New Year, dear render ! . ' rnnid nroirrraa. hr i-on-n-t dm niiinhil Htt'im whii h . ' . " , ' ,, have hroiight oa thtu fr on onr wy. belli. ... . . . .. ., . . , rbecu.'e rctrotpect i oifugreeulil...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 1 January 1859

(int lny on lirr lioli cnnnti t;pnrf ; tlie rye'lns'icn tlro''i'd hm ily ovir 1 l.y dnrk, .niuiiinn.e rym. H'f ('.n- v- dint itijftiit-li-rj hy it simplicity and liomfcliiies. It bore not th slightest mtjiw fluons orrinmrnt yet il fittpil hfr exquisite form with the tii CfPt txfttiludo. At tlm word", 'Wlmt dW llcrtrm think fif it ?' plio slightly turned her head, and said coldly : '1 think it n iiiisemUo state or thinfrs here ft wl nnd elinrmiug girl cannot lifivc niiy oilier clinncs than to marry a man halfr-cnc-ovcr, or a mon without a Iienrt, and who evidently doe not trouble himself ninth about her.' The young girls loughed, and Mid In a low voice t 'llertha opeks plain cnongh ! She Is not afraid ol enying wlmt she thinks.' 'Afraid I' exclaimed llertha ; 'no, I am tiot afraid not how, at leant ' 'Hut, tny dear Herlhn,' aaid, anxiously, a little elderly lady, who was incessantly twiddling her fingers as if she were wind ing yarn or unraveling a tongled skein, 'one must think a li...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 8 January 1859

LA WEE ihl TELEGRAPH. -L AI VKs JLLJJL JUL X JJu JJT 1.11 a m r i 11 it f i ik a f r i VOLUME X. NO. II. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY 3!()1.LG, JAMAhY 8, lS-il).' Iiiao.-po3aca.cnt in clII tilings Ti:uim or ntuscnirTioN. Twe Dollar per annum. If paid itrlcttT In dvnc $1 05. ai vr.a i ihiin.. "n iriilare one week t Ml nt iinrre three week 1 00 Two sipisres three mo. 13 AO two squnres six mow, a no one square one -pur 8 00 four squares one year 12 no bneiiiar three tuna. 3 fin no nimr .IT intra. 4 no. bne sonar one rear ft 00 Itsir column one year in HO Bu.lii-.. Card, nf not nm "I line. per year I 00 Twelve llnea or I nf tM. she letter make a square. Olii'nrr Notlcee of n ore 11i.it Ave Hires itnleF. nf general btr t, will be Insetted at tlx aim ralesaadvettUtng matter PlllrVl IMi f at.rj deseilptlon attended tn on call, In the most tasteful manrter. St. Peter's fchurth, Ashtabula. llMKIO? DIVI.NK SE tVlCri70-'IlN''' NEXT WEEK .iay, br ing the l.t Sl-xday astr Eimpiiant. Homing Service, it...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 8 January 1859

Governor's Message. Fellow Citizens of the Senate (j1 M llovre of Jlrjirttfntnlk'cii At the cnmmen'-rivr-nt of your rvgalar sos 'on a yexr go, 1 transmitted to yon In obe dience lo the Constitution, a full exposition of the general condition of the Statu, toother with such recommendation tn repert lo legislation, as the public pood seemed to me to rcquirw. In thit communication I endeavored to oi In a clear lijrht iho !i.Uif.t ri ul progress, tlio material resourrcs and the financial strength of tior gnat commonwealth. It ecm not liuip liroiiriaie, now, before proceeding to more spe cial etutcmetils and particular suggestions, to sub mit lo you some general views of our sociul condition, as cfivitcd by oilier elements thau those to which I then invited your attention. Seventy one year sgo what is now Ohio was tmbrokcu wilderness. Seventy years ngo the work of American civilization wilhin her limits was just br-gnn by the settlements at Marietta and Cincinnati. Fifty-four years ago s...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 8 January 1859

provide for tlioir cornciistioti bjf a liberal tier cvnttige. To prevent a far ft practicable future misuse ami l, I recommend thnt hereaf ter no arm bn irisued until bund.1 with m in dent nurelic. for their aufu keeping nnd uo according lo law, nlmll Imvo been deposited villi the Quarter Master General. Among the iulyects proper for your con Biderniioii, thut of the cxtriition of fngi lives Irora Justice mny well hnvo place Warrant of extrndition Issued upon requi sition from other State havn been Home times used for the purpose of extorting com promiscM or enforcing pnytneut of pecunia ry demands. Such use is gross abmc, and ehould be arrested by penalties adequate to the object. Some latitude of discretion has been exercised by my predecessors us well as myself in respect to' the sfirrender of per nous charged in other States with offenses not punishable ns crimes under our own laws. The general rulo has been to refuse interposition in such cases. It deserves consideration whethe...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 8 January 1859

Life. Life. BY GEO. W. CROWEL. ""The Mp gliil biTcly on, Swift o'er tlie heaving sea JJtfor the yielding wave, IMiitir the fuding lc. Brave heart are beating there, ' - - As dimly from the shore, 1 waved the IbhI Biliou, 1 Amid the breakers roar. ' ' And oh I th longings then, Which swell within each breast. Bo dim And vndrfirwi), 80 wild In their unrest. Iis lliua life's argosies I.vc childhood peaceful bay, Fair winds may waft them on, Audioushine rouiid them play. glill as the cherisdied forms That boyhood loved and knew, Fade o'er the wastes of Timo, The faithful, young and true. Tfe turn in Billions thonght, To feci their presence still, Yhilo all onr being burns VA mem'rys magic thrill. Lite mists before the gale, Like cloads of summer skies, They're floating through the past, And in the present riso. Tin thus onr barks of life, Like ships upon the nc, -1 Go down the flood of years, Into eteruily. As fades tlie light of day, And evening shadows fall; Bo fade the shores of time...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 15 January 1859

Tlin r 71 1 W IBj 111 voLmiExTmnF." ASHTABULA, 0. SATUBDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1859. Ina.orerLcieixt in cull tilings. SI SO IIST VJD"V 3STOID. whole numbe! hi . Ti:imi(t or MiirscmrTioN. Two Dollar, ptr annum.' If paid atrletly In adeanea It OS. ADvr.iTriin. One iqnare ona week I 60 -ne wpiare three week. 1 00 ne.oitara three mne. 1 2 60 Two iirwi three mnt. S Ml two ati:res .ix moa, A 00 no arpiare one year 00 four epiareB one year 12 00 hnir column one year 25 00 rtne .ouarw ail moa. Biwlnom Curd.' of not nree.l linee-per year t 00 Twlee llnea or le.a of Oil" letter make a Miliars, i Ohl'-mry Nntlrea of nmre than Ave line, milea. of general ntere ft. Will be Inserted at the 'im rate an adrertltlng niattel " JOII PIINTIrVl one aqnare one year 6 00 tif etery deacrlptlon attended to on call. In Ilia moat taatefu' St. Fetei'a. Church, Ashtabula. tlllf! OP MVINK SKItvTcBTfcrT, Dl'IUN'0 NEXT WERK hnitiy, being (lie 2d SrjxnAT aftfr Epirnnr. Mornlnf tort let at 10V, a. n. Evening Servh-...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 15 January 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMK.i m.KI, Ashtabula, Ohio, Jan, 15, 1859. COLUMBUS CORRESPONDENCE. Columbus, Jan. 11, 1859. Mr. RrRT) Tliis is the second week of tie ndjournrd sf'?ion of the General Assembly of )hio. You have doubtless perused the aJiiiir nble d.icumGnt'from the Executive to llio I-e-gislatnre, snd gathered from It some of tlio dc-cc-siti'S a want of the State, to supply which the Legislature is ostensibly convened. No subject of iin ports nco has yet secured attention from cither branch, ami tho "sayings and do ings have been coi.DucJ to topics of minor consideration. Portiul appropriation bills httvo been passed, 1o meet the cxigeucies usual nl this season of Ihc year, ae:d to snpply the wherewith fur tho solons to carry on the ship of Stato. There are vnrions proposition before the House ood also the Senate, for changes in the Bchool Law, but from my knowledge of the views of membcw, I do Dot anticipate any ma terial chango. TiiO interests and wants of ttie different loc...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 15 January 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. AS II TA HULA: Saturday Morning, Jan. 15, 1859. S. M. Pettengill & Co.'s AnVr.ltTtSlr.'O AOF.SCY, 11 Nasan street, New York, end 10 tate itrwt, Hnstnn, are the Airrnta for the Tei.BnKAM, end next influential and larret clrctilstine; Newsraiare In the I'ltlted rltales and the Canada. They aie euthoilsed to rtitilmot for u. at our l.nKNT RATRfl, DOMESTIC MATTERS. Lecti'Rb No. 2. The neeond lecture courae will be dtlivercd l Fik'f Hull, on Tues day evening next, 18th, by the Rev. Altai. Nash, of Cotineutit. Subject "The Signs or True TrogreM." Tin.e before 8, jrecily. for Tim course of Public Lecture, arranged the entertainment und liwi ruction or our citi bciih dining the present seusoii, was most satis fuel. .lily imd onecessfully opened on Tuesday evening lut, by the Hcv. V. M. Hi.ackiiur.n, or Krie. At the hour fixeJ Tor tlic exercises of the evening, the hull wax filled with an intelli gvnt, respectful, and nppreciuling audience, ef fectually allaying at once...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 15 January 1859

Woman, Spare that Tea. "r.man, spure Hint tr 1 Towrh aot a single cup, Jo ronlh H tempted the J lint now, O give It up j t know thy mollier'a huo4 Firit put it ta tliy lip, Bat, woman, let it aland, , UdWm it be -catnip I Tli til 6l1 familiar tea, VIiof prison end rerewB .Are spread o'er land and sea, AV tiy will you drink it down t Woman, thy hand refrain, Or thnn the cup will rue, Twill give thee many pain, And delirium tea mem too. When but a little girl, You sought the ratal Ji-anglit, It made yoor scnaps whirl, Wbileprnmlma sat and languctl J Tour pupa had no fenr, Put calmly rolled his quid ; Forgive tliis fooli.sb tear 1 hv knew Dot what they did 1 That habit lo thee rline, Close an thy wrinkled skin. And the kettle aadlv sing To ate lby trcmb'ing chia ; O I thy fumes atill wave. But, woman leave that pot, A you've a sonl to save, O, touch it, touch it not f Cii'nkss Sugar Cane Syrcf. The for men of the west, so far as we can judge from the reports which corao to us, re lighl...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 22 January 1859

WEEK r 171 n . JLUJUIUJ IiacLeiDerLcleiit iii a,ll tliing-s. VOLUME ::XvX6. IV. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1859. AVIIOLE NUMBER 474.; a:: -nj tttt AB A lJi A. Y MPEL A -J LI Two Dollar. J' " -If .mH'trletlj In adrnnca $1 05. 5,!inJ'on.''w.pl W 1 Two .i,".re. IWfl .n, . ..nthmmkl I 0 I two .rpi.re, W mo,. 6 00 one-l'iare three mrta, t " I -M'W "'- J " on. J,.,. .Ix m.... 4 on 1 r..J a-ciarea on. year 12 00 aqne. mi. Yw. ' l?",f " 5r J? Bu.tiie, Carda of not "v.r .W llnm-pei year 3 00 Twelve line, or lew. or thl. .ire le'trr niaVe a ffpiar.. OWl-iai? '''fee. of n-nre than- flee line., mileM of aenernl liter at, will be Itmerted at the same rale a. advertising matter J OH PRINTIM) cf ererjr d.c?lptlnn alteril.1 to on call, In the moat Ujlcfu' ( St- Peter' Church, Ashtnbula. TIME OF D1VIME SGRrTcF, c, DUKINO NEXT WEEK H- ' ' Sunday, hrlni Hi. M SOnAT trrtK EnriTAXT. Homing Seriice at )ni A. it. Evening Service at 2 P. a. JAMES 110NNAR. n. D, Hector. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 22 January 1859

f,rrier,ce ami to live for. Borne tima dome Vmo I will pcRk to enr f;ith-r about yon nnd the Utile girls. It" wishes, after all, our best interests ; ho love", in his waj. 'So also does the dave-owner Y.a slaves nod rcrfs, and It In, Wy out of euro und rd for ilvem.' that bo refuses them their JVccd-nr. I m weary, A Una, of so much end such MtU-ai tdk about love find love, i w'tfth people would say less about lovo and more plout joetice true justice: especially that they practiced it more in the world. Tor injustice is tbc rout of all want of love, of nil evil. Without Justice there can be uo trac leve, neither can it be pre ferred. There whs a time, when I was a child, when 1 loved my father very much when I looked np to him n to a higher bc k.jt, nnd tven it sometimes happens, when 1 have seen him sitting there with Ins strong linndoomo features, like an old deposed kin us new when he is 111, that my heart lias been Urawr touaio uiu- mm fid power I wooid give a great rteul to bo s...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 22 January 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. AB II TABULA: Saturday Morning, Jan. 22, 1850. S. M. Pettengill & Co.'s pypRTlIK" A1KSCY, 11 Naaaan etiM t, New York, and o'-."'H"-""' 'T '"' Jll'"" moat Itiflitritttnl ami Urwal rhfnUtltt NfW! In tli I'ulird Htntwm'd tin rsnalr,s. They are authorised te contract fr us at our i.otKUT ratka. DOMESTIC MATTERS. Third Lum n or Tim CoinsK The third Jeetiire of the course will be given nt Fitk Hall, on Tuendny Kvening next, by our towns man, Wm. F. IIubbarp. Subject" ConteiVitlim." Hour of comineiicemeiit, i before eight, pre cisely. ' The lo.ere-t tken In the lipctnre enterprise by our cilifccim, asevincod In the attendance, is not only asHiimin a settled diameter, but extend ing and Increasing- L'inir before the hour for the commencement of the lecture on Tucsdny evening last, the hull was filled to its utmost, capneity, and the rem.uk was heard from many lips, " we want a more commodious and better bull." The subject of the lecture, as has been an nounced, waa "Th...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 22 January 1859

The Two Armies. A T ill's nnpm'inir column fionra, Two ni ir-lmU-d busts nro Been Two arroii's on (he trampled sborei Th&t Death flows black brtwenn. Ono marches to (lie dVambt'st's roll, The witlf-monthcd clHrion'i bray, .And lifers Uiun the crimson ccroll, " Our glory is lo ',ny." One move In silence by the Hi ream, Willi sad jet wacliful eye. C'm eg ilic patient planet's glenm Tint walks tlie clouded skies. Along its front no rnbrci shine, No blood red pennons wove; Its banner bean tlie singlo-liue, Onr duty is to save." For Uiooe no drain-bed's lingering shade; At honor's trurnpet-cnll. With knitted brow and lifted blade .... In Ulory's arms they full. For these no clashing fitlcliioni bright, No stirring battle-cry; The blodless slabber culls by night . Each answers, " llerc uui II For thoi the sculptor's marble bust, The builder's marble piles, The anthems pealing o'er their dust Through long cathedral aisles. For them the blonnvprIiikled turf Thut floods the lonely graves...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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