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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 29 January 1859

PIT ; A . WW ?,': nnimir JJUJJJJ HJI li-liL Mo .1 I n 3T1C Jl a- t T XridoiDOrLaerLt in o,ll tuiiagrs. 251 so iisr "V.A osr o id . VOLUME X. NO. V. .: .Ilt .; J t. 'in ' M ASHTABULA, 0 SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1859. ' WHOLE NUMBER 475. II Ml r i eii ",-JJ Jk SL V V; Ji 4 JLJO. JJ4 JL ! -!:'-"7. -. --.T V V 7 7 '.' ' ' : ' l, Tcnnmor mjbschiftiok. Tw DolUr. pr annarn. If id atrletly in advance 1 M. .. , ADVEHTHINn. Or aqnar on week I AO l On eajiaare tlrre week 1 Of) one equal thre mo. D 80 n annar al mow. 4 00 H auuar on Jn Two aquarea three mo. 1 AO two aqaarea mi mrm. 11 tw iiar-a nut year S 00 four iMiitarm fin ye-ir 12 00 half column m year I St 00 Bunlneaa Carda of not over at. llnea per year 8 00 Twelv Hum or leaa of ttila "I" !- make a niar. . '' Obituary Notice of more then fire linen, nnlea of general lataratt, IU ba Inaertod at tie iarn ml aa adirartinlng natter Jfin PRIMTINO f rry deaerlptloa altwrrded to on call, la tba most taateful : fit. PdtorV Church, Aahtabula....

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. — 29 January 1859

rz. Hip wr-sr a dr-re nf In-own n!!k ilh (rnr f.i imfili !(! ilo!r:0'.-, liii.) a cnnon r-t; i.l I fr Imir. r-r"cl t r(:r!iifiPiit I ever Isenrd fur Mnilnme If "it, ik iillrroii to mc hy tuic of tier piinnnl fii- n.ls "st-.e il like flower out Im nil u re." JNVxl In r in Unmet Ijiho of Ihd White IIod'c,' Mr. IJui linumi'd niece. A blonde CoM, mill itntniwiup, pore, and piijyienlea as irmrttle one's very nilmirnlioii pivrs lliem a cliil!. She at amis n a vimniluh t!o a;itol in tight. A prtT of Cowers In her fnir lutir fu'lf low npnojirf hare auj beniitiful rterk. She look mmli'l of ropow, tlie rrry Miss Lano, vtiem the prtpr-ru insure ux " reeeivvs with (trent V'nity. Ami t t:on, liuly Gore OuttHy. the u"!.ie Knlilt woman, who hnd seen fit rc frntlv, to ilip l.rr fiiifprs tut Nirarngnn HflT.iira, who, Hccer-linn; to tiio Now York '1 inn s, rules not only her il-nr ' Sir William," hut our lady like old pro-iihnt. Well 1 slid in conife ami liotnoly enough; anil nccoplinir to the notion...

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. — 29 January 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH; w -A SHTAllULAi " Saturday horning, Jam 29, 1859; S. M. Pettengill & Co.'s 'Anrtvrrvisn AwrscY, m Nwn street, Kew T,i Jo Sat street, Poston, are th. Asenta for the Tl.imr, and the most Influential and largest elrnitatlng Newpie In the Untied Htntesand the Panadas. They r authorised In contract fur us at our iowicst ati. DOMESTIC MATTERS. . Fourth I-kctuSR The fotirth Uctnreof the tlllnps conptr?, will gWen t Fink Hull, on Tuo..Jy evening next, at a J before eight, pre Iely, by "'' , ,'Be.' J. M. Gii.f.rT Subject 7V Crusades. ! a Ehuata. Au error or two crept Into tho nil ertitnifiit of the AslitabuU Js New Lisbon 'JR. It. Cdmpnny, fixing the times Tor paying in 1 italmctits. The April ami July intrtitlmonts are pnyblo on the lltb or each of those months iiwk-ail of Iho lOlh, as appeared in a portion of cur U it 'week's edition. Tun IJfcriaie of Ttiowlny niirht last, by Wm. F Humhaud, Esq , of our own community, on Hie liiibjuct ol Conservatism, U regarded as B ...

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. — 29 January 1859

Letter from Superior. SUPERIOR, WIS., Jan. 4th, 1859. J'.ditnT Itlfgrcjh In '.ookitig over our nwf-pnprri from "below," wo ore amused villi t lie unanimous outcry concerning the inifcvoblo weather cvcrjr where prevailing. The words mu J ntnl U:c are not to he found in cur winter tocnhnlury ; but were we able !o send jftrtt rpeeimpndiiy of whsl t we ore now eiijoyitijrr 1 r an wtll iwnjriiiw tke ' joy and Mrririso will which it wohU be frrcrtcd. Culm nnny, just cold enough . to keep the rloghing in good order, and with an atmosphere wUiil ishi Mlied to spruk Vmg cliompaipn from the i-xhiiiratioii it pro We know nothinir of lliut dummies ' of the eir which seems to fold you in like a ; wet blanket, if you eutn e" ut of door, auickly subtracting all wariuin noin me . J . i . l. ...... . system, aim senuing you mniie wuu cuuucr ig teeth aud a sense of discomfort, w hich renders good nature oue of the cardinal virtues. 'Chen oar moonlight nffcTits f Oh how 1 Wish you could witness with n...

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. — 5 February 1859

A on tAMx) ukAt ho ,o v. : .. -, 1v,.TTr,rr ... . - . ! .1 . ;i ... : ' , , . 1 1 . , , , ' , 1. 11. 1 i . ,., 1 1 1 mi i..n .1 u. 1 , 1 , , 1 1 . : ; : . . . I . ' , ' , , . i 1 .i,--:'ii:mrr"rT,' -t,w 1 - .:rr.- .- , L . , -. : 1 1 1 '. t. rT ..VOLUME X--N0n!ST."!I ! . ;i o v m . t:a -ui. jiaairx. a nm-nt " g-gt-jj f-iA-jj.v.r-.. . , ; - ;- - - - ; - .. ... - -r a- .j't-l'j i-s-- '' ASHTABULA, O'. SATUltDAY M0I1NING; FEBRUARY . 1859. ; V : :iiacLoiD,oiiclclit ,111 cll Vtliliigr's SI SO x- ' ; I3XT -A.ID ' V 2XT O "JU . WHOLE NUMBER 470. ' Tiurti otl iistrtuxioN. Two Dollar. P" .wHiriir-lrlUr l w- AnVMITISINO. Bu.ln Car,!, rtf ,.ot v M ltn-rrt Jrar '8 00 i Tii.rT lliwi m ! f "lM Mt" n"'1" "l""" ' Utarakl, olll I iuitfl l tl win mleniilei tihliiK inttci t urerr df ncrlptliin ltii'lcl to on call, In tli mot Untcful V ,6t Plee Churcb,:iAhUbla TIKES OF IilVINE f-ERVH fl, 1)1 T.1X0 NEXT WEEK tundafi hliv Ihf fitti StMiAT VTFR BlTI-IIASr. Miirnlng i - , Mvit IDS . Evu.inn rvl 13 p. a. BU...

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. — 5 February 1859

thaii, t.itterrd IfiMinsr, f r-dVf itiii, dirty InrVcf; crrrjr l!sr-o foiirtln cT the v. bole lirtn rmmrlrsn Jmleci ihuUe 1 In cha nt ic condign. .The tnnfuidon nmonjf the laborer at the 6Ye became, also still rreater nnd jrrritcr. Marty prow weary tit their oik, when they saw that the fire only in creased morn and more. Many nlso had 1'ocomo pitiless, nnd not seldom were heard, In reply to prayer's for help oc succor, the criK'l words, 'It U no business of inino 1' or 'You tuny do it yourself 1' ' . " - . TO COT!!vrtl. WEEKLY TELEGRAM. BY JAMES KKED. Ashtabula, Ohio, Ftb. T, 1859. a r.K Ijtxr or "iiik Littlw. Giant, says an Intelligent writer from the etrleral cpito), has reached its calumniating point, and from heuce- forth he descends, life bus lost the golden op porlaniy of hw-liTutime, and from henceforth must plod wearily with the common mns of as pirants after pnblfe honor and power. Too much of ibe politician, and not enongh of the man or statesman, has been his rain. When h...

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. — 5 February 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. , ASHTABULA: Sttnrfoy BUrclup, Feb 5, 18.15 8. M. rtUnlll A Oo.'i anrttRTMNfl ACKKCY, II Kmi street. New Yei,". r. H natnn. am th. Seenta Inr the T"i and I""" Inllrienrlsl urn) largest eireiilatlng Mrwfn n the Tolled Mates ei,d laned. They er authorised to contract f on at nut i.owist astra. DOMESTIC MATTERS. Tt 5ih Irrtnre of ihTVuinir- conr. will b given si Fwk Halt, on Wednesday ewMii mxl week, at J bv-rnr- 8 .'clock, by Uiu. W. Kt- o, Eyq., of Erie. Th LrcTVRR or the Rer. Mr. Giiactt on Tuesday evening Ut, wa listened to by full ndieii-e with eTl.lenl pleasure and iai in ruction, ' The uijoct the ChwJ "" we! chosen, opening lot he le clnrer mine of Ihe richest ma terial, and placiiijf t '"' difpomil a Bold or nl niAHl hounJIeM extant, and enrtlwwljf Turiegitetl with obj.-ci of admiraiion and interem, and if- furding Tree exercise Tor almost every facnliy or the mind and iinnination. The only diffic ulty , rthut would oem to lay in Ihe woy or tiie nchol ur, woul...

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. — 5 February 1859

The Distant Land. VClinr doct iV.ou lie, ) Lnnd of rWef Aoroni wlnit fniniinjf oci'nii'i we'ilf Vy heart, ilb si't that never cense, Yearim in thy pn luces to dwell; Put ye, 0 fair and rJiatmrt land, I ranuut eoc thy aliiuing Strand. Pomrlimps wlir-ti morning's iris lijjlil i flaming In tlm efttU'ro sky, I ray, liriifkth thai rose and white . Tho blor.l renlm mnpt urnW lie! ' Hut mornins'g brow by nooi ia fanned1, And tbou art still tho distant land. And ofl when (sunset's bnrnlshpri gold Falls warm npnn the wufe.r'a brciwt, 1 Fnr, beyond thnt glorious tbM Mast Rlenm tho Uaxh of the blest I ' But stars steal oat, silent baud, And then I rtrcnm a blissful dream Thnl I ntivo pnincd thy tMiiriu.il bowers, And lol life's sorrows only seem 'Winds that o moment bent its flowers I wuke, I clnpp no nngel bond, And thou nrt still the distant bind, I wntih, I long-, I fuint for thee I Canst thou not open wido the door, Thnt I way enter in nnd he Fart of ihy peace for evermore? O send thnt shi...

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. — 12 February 1859

nnun n 4J LA .li Hi 11 JL uivaiQ.ATOnr 'VOLUME X. NO. VII. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY HOMING, FEBRUARY 12, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER-47.' TEUJlOOrMUdCllirTION. ' Tw. Dollar. Pt annum. Ifjald strictly l adrane. U . w M) Tw anuere three moa. I 1 M On eniiar one week an , ,,, 4 no '".." Z.rr.on.year . 00 c,e un..e t hreemna. M " I on,M, 11 no Bu.lnr. Card, of not orer .1. Hnee-pe. year 00 Twelre Hue ' f ,,W ,"', m"1" "I""' r ii.... ftntlce of n.ore than "re ,lnN nnlee of general Interim Sir b. InrtcS at tl.. rale a. advertl.ln,, matte. JOII PI11NTIMJ f arery description attended to on emit, In the moiit txteftil miinnr. St. Pater's Church, Ashtabula. - TIMES OF DIVINE f EimUfcc, MI'INO NEXT WEEK tWay, being Ihe Bill Siximy AFTK" EnnmT. Homing Service at ill1, A. a. Evening Service at 2 r. M. JAMES BONNAR, n. D, Hector. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FAU.nElIS' II A IS' K OF ASIITAIIIX.A. OFFICE IIOU11S ' Tram 0 A. M. to 11 M. and From 1 to 8 P. M. Exchange on New York half per cent. 470 Fliyalclniia. SALISB...

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. — 12 February 1859

ni-tnni. wlicwj eViV'j nil tli ;;of;itign she ' km . Tlire grov S fortfnl a rt ficshin ron trttut to the wenc w l.k'i the Ki'sf'sluld prc tifcil t day-bit nk. It whs that of a f.un p, reminding the beholder or the Lor ltl" siul desolation of war. l)urin(5 the day might bcswn mnny pnlo Bgnres wunJering among the smoking ru ins and tho tlepolatcd lucc9 of tho town, thfir countenance! impressed witb woe, locking for hat had been, or what stilt re mained of, their former houses. JS'ear to t'uo spot tthcTolny tha ruins of their former comiortaU home, stood Mrs. Christiui Dufva, with Lcr luebaud and their children. Wo lmvc hoi (mid hey 'happiness and prosperity for Hi many years ; niny it then not bo nr til ful for as to bo -tried by sonio affliction I VPs are,, however, till p, served to as another. Wo are in good health wt en a work. Let us not luiucat, but rath r tlmnk God 1' 'My girls t my doves T gn'nl tho father, thnnk God that 1 have you oil I' The seven youtiy girls gathered round...

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. — 12 February 1859

"WEEKLY TELEGHAl'H. ASHTA11ULA: Saturday Jlomlng, Feb. 12, I8.",9. S. M. Petlenglll t Co.'. AfivrnTP-INn ACF.NCV, lln Naan rtieot. New York, and 10 "tale elreet, Roton, m (he Arente fnr the Tei.raArii, 'and the moat lnlliiei!i-il awl lnrret clmilatlns: Newaie'a In the State ai.d tie Canada. They ai aulhoilsed to contract fr ns t our i.owr.aT matk.. DOMESTIC MATTERS. SIXTH LECTURE. The sixth Ix-oturo of tlio illupo courso, will be given at Fink 1 1 all, on 9 Tuksdat kvk Kyoj?$ next, nt 1-4 before 8, by lie. C. K. UnucE Sit.tjcct King Philip, Sucliom of Mt. II ope. " I.vnivini'At, Iski.I'knck." llie subject of the lecture of C. AV. Kki.so. Esq , bel'uiu ourciti- ' tons, nn 'Vc(lim.-(l:iy evening lust, was n cnvlitft- b!e nml nmiily production. It was elianieter- izud by eoimiilcniMi! thought, well concentrated, nml loi;iiviHy trueed. From atoms ami fact'), in their respective ciiles of importance, the lee- ttircr nwniletl to the penins nnl intellect of ' i. , l :....n...i :.. Tumi, vh...

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. — 12 February 1859

A Short English Grammar. We Lve jnat nu t wilh tho following. which fs fur loo pool to te let (Hp. From our great nn chair, wo advise all our yonnff rcwlrrs, and soma, of our olJ ones, to commit the line to to rnomory. If wo knew tho sntlior't nmc, wlf ahoahl certainly help to "hand it round," for bo thwrvt nicho In the temple of Fame, who hits to well put much mutter In little space, end In mi;h neatly arranged words, pot the nm-s tf word 10 admirably before s . X Three little words you often aov, . Are article, , and the. 2. A. Notiii'g the name of anything. . f Ai ithool or garden, hoop or itring. 8. Adjective?, the kind of Noon, Ai great, imall, pretty, trkite or brow. 4. Instead of Nouns the Tronoona aland, Iter bead, kit face, your nnn, my band. 6. Verbs tell something to be done Ta read, count, ting, lavgh, jump or run : 6. ITow thmfs are done the Adverbs tell, As tlowhj, quickly, ill or well. 1. Conjunctions Join (lie words together, As meu and women, wind or weather. 8, The...

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. — 19 February 1859

A SET A B LA WEEKLY irn m.rn JlilXiJLLiHJ. l !, fl i. 0 EA Volume x. noyih. ASHTABULA, 0. SATUBDAY MOBNING, FEBBUABY 19, 1859. IndGpondent in ctll tlxixigs. si so. nsr -A.r-risroiiJ. ; WHOLE NUMBER 478. tkhui of trwcWi'ti''' Tn DolUn per eoaaai. If paid rlrt. la edvao- t M. VEHTIKIN" On annar me week W Um aqua re th.-ee weeka I ft it eqnaie three mo, t 0 ene pqiiare .It (w 4 00 erne nun oii year. 00 Two iM three tnoa. I I W two eunre (Hi mne. A no two fnnnn are Trnr I SO. fhnr nnr ene ve 1? 00 llf column nne rear U 00 BailneM Carda at ant over line ?er 7 a " Twelve ll'iea or leae of thla ! leHer iwU nnre. OMtnary 'ntra nf more thaa "re tinea, milw of rwnl I atereet, a 111 ke ineerted ' '" " " edvertUIng matter joii PHtMTlNn f every n-rlU-B attended tn en oaU, la tat BMtt tatef-l manner. St. FeUr Church, Ashtabula. TIMIS OF DIVINE SEUVHE, Ac, DIIUN0 NEXT WEEK. -, bHnt Srtnrmi SrirnAT. Morning Service at 10', . Mi Evening Vrvln at t r. VawWaf, V-Iti the Ekaut or ST. Mattbia. Uonrinf S...

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. — 19 February 1859

itch other I The nm'iciio apirit.iil currents pnM thrnngli them wilh f'.ilw".- of And ocas on to in ofl'ercil for ngve to operate open ly on llerlhn'i soul. Ilcrtha'e view?, tioili of tho world and of life, were in reality ery gloom. Hie had anly seen the daik.st side, whether of life or of history. Human beinjra cecmcd to her, for the moat part, either to be cxerutionrrg or victims, and In both cane sluves. The former nxciled her hatred, the latter her cwmpnwion. Injustice and puW'v Ihr, force and fiikuhond and darkness, eynel to ber to Imitb the world in dominion. Mai.kiud dixcovrred new means for their advantaira cr pleasure, or to destroy one nnothcrlu larger masses; but the individual man continues still tin urn. ffnunl! cirrum'cribed, equally cruel, od eqnnlly weak, eqnnlly imitrll-ct to-day as yefcterdny . W novo a presentiment of the per fection of Ctod !" onr consciences; we Taney that we sometimes prrreive glimpse of his imnpc in tome great ami pood tinman behg who wanders...

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. — 19 February 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH: ASHTAUULAi Saturday Morning, Feb. 19, IS59. S. M. PtUnglll A. Oo.'i AnVfRTIINO AflENCY, 110 NaMan afreet, New Ynra,en 10 State atreet, H.il..n, am th. Arenta IW Urn Tel roaarn, and lb. twwt tnffncntlal and larye.t circulating Newf.aars In Ihr United Klateastid Ihe Canailaa. They an autliolWed to eon (met h,t n t our t.nwnn kitm. SEVENTH LECTURE. The tcvculh Lecture ut tho village course, will be given at Fink Hall, on 9 Mo.ndat kvb hino next, nt 1-4 before 8, by . SEVENTH LECTURE. REV. W. M. BLACKBURN. Subject—Life Studies. ' Tub Sonoot, Mkktino r Satnrdny evening laM, proved to be rather a novel and amusing alT.iir Not many or ti.e opponent of the Uuion School Interest were present, but those that were sufTuretl no opportunity to ilip to point out tho difficulties in tho way of prescut action. Some or these had such a show or furco a to give quite a sensible shock to the confidence, both or the Ilouril and a portion or the audience. Impiomtu legal advice was sough...

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. — 19 February 1859

Words for Music. BY GEORGE P. MCERIE. I. Fare tha WelWwe part forever I All rrgnMs are now in vaia 1 Fate ilvcrcM Ibat we masteer, Ne'er to uiwl o earl" Bghln. Oilier kle trill bend above thee , Oilier hearts may w'k thy shriue. Bat no other e'er will love thee "With the constancy of mine. 7et farewell we part forerer! All regret era oow in vaia t Futo uVcree, that wt muht sever, K e'er to meet on earth atrniri. II. 1UW tVe Wow on Lingers still our parting kiss I Life linn no severer trial, Death o pang to equal In is. Jill the world is now before thee. Every clime to room at will,. Hut within the land that bore thee. One fond heart will love thee still Yet farewell we part forever 1 All regrets are oow in vain 1 Fate decrees that we must sever, lSVerto meet on earth again. Fare the well 1 THE HIDDEN HAND. Br Earn D. K. N. Southwortii, arnica or m o a tiio, tub ciacmm win," ITC, TC, kTO. CHAPTER L—Tun Nocturnal Visit. Whence UiUiatkrioring How Wt with m when ereiy aound appal a? I b...

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. — 26 February 1859

t : Y rrnin EG-MFl 'i t ( i r -J1 u JJJJJUJ JU JUJilJJUJ 0' ASHTAB LA W T.A.:M:iD3 ILII3IDID. VOLUME X. NO. IX. " i - -W-A. . V , ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1859. IxiaorenclerLt in ctll tilings. si so iisr DasrozLt)., WTtfsT.TC Tvrmrrt?T , f TIOItMM .or l 'M ;llrlTIOWr two Dollar per nnum. If ld rtiletly In adrano f 1 60. 'On M)nKrp on wfk t AO On mum three 1 00 en gu Hire mo. 3 AO n aquar aia. , n. 4 00 'on ftiuare on year. 0 00 Two riir firffdim, $ J SO twn Mfimmi alt iti".. A ftO two miunrt ft on Tfiir S 00 ftnr frfnare oft' yew 12 00 half column nn )Mr 26 OO Bu.lnea. Card, of not ovr .lit line pat year 8 00 Twclv Hue or leu of '! letter make aquar. Obituary Nolleea of njor than At llna, unla of general llitore.t, alii b luneited at the annwrataadiertlidtif nuittr It.! I I til f erery derlption attended to on cull, In th moat taateful ' manner. 6t- Peter's Church, Ashtabula. TIMES OF DIVINE SERVICE, lie, DIR1N0 NEXT WEEK SWay, Iwliipt (iKX.tniiniitA r. "Morning ...

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. — 26 February 1859

WEEKLY TELEGKAPIL by jAVta iirgn. Ashtabula,. Ohio, Ff 6. 26, 185D. The ways rd swearis qisesfion fur keeping" the wheels of government la rnnnlrg ordur, is vastly perplexing rjne, and elicits a deal of com ment on J conjecture, M well out tiile, S with the government officials themselves none more, jvcrliajis, thun Sec'ry Col)b who fears that Cod trre does not appreciate tlio true comlilion of the Treasury, end says thnt the Government must go to "proto?t" before the 1st of June, unless means are provided tn meet tlie public liabilities. A change of tlie tariff will not meet tbe case. Stephens and others say, let the ad-, ministration try their hnntU at economy, ond disburse what revenue may be received to the bested vantage. They deny tbe necessity for Treasury notes, and also that there will be any necessity for an extra session of Congress. The best informed men ir Congress or all parties ex press the opinion that tliero is no liopo of an agreement, on any ftniweial measure. Tub...

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. — 26 February 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASlITAUULAi Saturday Morning, Feb. 2C, . IS-9. pttaLid Doconsirr", Senator Wad plea, renin our aesjKrwlcdgmsnt fur valuable Senatorial Documents. A l.icrrm it Gkorok Smitim, Eao,. Thet b nwl BfW peel that our eitliene will barf the pleasure of listening to a iMtun-from 0.Srmn, Esq, of Boston, an was announced n Monday evening but as th correspondence on thai sub ject hu not Iwen ill ectly with Mr. B. It Is not known with certainly, that he will accept our proportion, or when he will reach thi place In ease of acceptance. There Ik, however, wo think, reasonable ground o. espeetatlnn that be will oome, 4 thai on Friday or Sturdy evening of thl, or the enrly fart ed nett week. The lecture, If given, will beouUde of the reg ular course, and the expense of it defrmjred by ticket.. No tice will be given by Nile. , Tim Lkcturr r tlio Rev. W. M. Ht-ACKOtmy. on Monduy evening last, needs no comtin;ndution at our hands. Tlio productions of Unit gentlo mnu before onr citizens...

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. — 26 February 1859

Hymn to the People. BY C. D. STUART. Kct to t Menwd with warrior sifftptri, To w;1d tlie sword nni. Wfar the glie. Or rit to conqueror' fame length, rroclttiin Uie goo'l or makci tin bre. To liftve the power to bhlo the scorn, Arid rise boe the lints nd ttrilb Ot tlione to wcnlth nd title horn, Ii the crowo'd couig of oor life. ' 'What ere the iwoU tt prop t Urn- i 1 he bannprs Ifi Ms riny' tan v To rtrength of soi, that dure to aprinf . Aod ihow the monarch io the Mas Kin(j and the mightiest men of arms, Strong as the heads of realms they bide, ' Eport aa thfy may with fortune's char.Hi, They are like leaves npou the tida. . In dim of old sepulchres Ihry lie. The fvatt of silence and decay. TVhilo lie true world-heart beiiteth high And throDes itself upon to-day. Give me the man whose hands hao tossed "' The corn-seed to the mlloi soil, "Whose fret the forest dVptbs have crossed, Whose brow is nobly crown'd wilh toil. THE HIDDEN HAND. 15 V EHA D. E. N. Soithworth, aTtno or - turn o...

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