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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 5 March 1859

; " AT rN Tl ;rr rm r -rrv 1 I I! I i i WW 1 1 1 1 JI2J JLUJL Ulo i i . 1 Independent In aJLl tilings. SI SO I3ST XDV3STOJI1. AB i LA I J. T JAW VOLUME X. NO. X. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 480 TEKMM Or MTIMiCnUTlOK-Tw Dollar, per annum. If paid .tried in advane II 60. , ADVKMTIMNM. I Tjn eqrt.r. urn we AO tin. Hire, week 1 00 am equate three nto.. t fiO wn eiinarc W nine. 4 00 ten. Mimr one year. 00 Two pqnr fire mo. $ 3 A(l I two .quarea nil mo. t no 01 M 00 26 00 two aiiiBrc. on. year fmir wiim. one ye.tr li.ir column one year Btulne.a Curd, of not over U Unei-per year 1 00 Twin llnmi or lee. of tlita latter mult. a n,nar. Obituary Notice, of n:nr than five line, mile, nt general laUmt, Kill b. Ineerled t tli mum nttouadv.rtl.ln; matter JO II PIIIMTIM. f nrj drlptlon attended to on sail, In tb noat taateful manner. St. Pater's Church, Ashtabula. TIMES OF DIVINE FKnvlclx, DIKING NEXT WEEK timjmf, hrln qcriyqi-Anr.aiMt SrjWAT. Morning Servlc at Hi', ...

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 March 1859

tin r holds for yon! ' When, i" lktu:nv, Eva reaj nul Ij Iff, llcrtlm fixed htr cjot on the hmo tent countenance of the charming K s an 1 sank into a u.m d.cam about l.iiih and ljve npon earth," Durlnjr t his, she foil into n calm leopj arid cftcr Eva had cntilinucil to read lor a good hfilf-liour, ia order to deepen her Flcp Mill more, she made her fc'jif ft lt d ftt the foot of Ilerlha's, and res ted tlirre b!tcr than she liad doVio for Ion? time! To It aiitinnc'l. WEEKLY -TELEGIIAPIL . BY JAMES BEF.O. Ashialjula, Ohio, Itfartb, 5. ; Tiik Nsws. Central imd South Amaricaii news is rather Interesting. Ecuador is repre- son'.cd to be in a deplorable stale, every branch of industry At a dead lock, and tier principal port blockaded by a Peruvian Peru Is big with insurrection, though for tho present, matters were rpilct. Tho French legation bad ceased lis intercourse with the governmeut on neconnt of the illegal imprisonment of a French man, Chili is in a Btato of revolution. The Foi'tb...

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 March 1859

WEEKLY .TELEGRAPH. ASHTAUULAt Saturday Morntup;, March 5, 1659. No Lecture next week. I , '.Tin Griat I ectuku of tbo eon wa de- jlivercd in tliis p'uce on Monthly evening lt hy (iKiiroic KiMMRit, , of UokIoii. Ten rcnr' observation In llio vtiriuim portion of the old ...World, wt-re evidently not lout upon the lecturer, but had been well improved to alore with viir fi Information, a mind capable not only of com i prehciisWe griicp And clcnrtiW but hetglilened iu itt capacities by tns ilielpHn nf eliiliilic '.attainment. Ilia leetuie, "Old Kuroj and ' Young A iiierica," guve ample proof of Industry, and accurate appreciation of tbe liourcra of in formation, which piwiiion inuteriiilly aided to bring within tlicfli-cle or bin observation. Tbe ' institution of the four Stolen, Ireland, Holland, CJreecc, and FrtincPj pnrtirnlnrly in an educa tiotiftl view, formed tlic busia of his lecture. -These were held np in connection nnd contrast with our own, nnd tbe theme afforded abundant tnit...

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 March 1859

Letter from lowa. VINTON, Benton Co, Iowa, Feb, 14, '59. ' 3fa. Urbd JVdf iTr.- Atnin I write Is joo, from beyond the "faUier of walcri." , J'fnra tli l6d of tlie Musquewaukag, from the .-leaaot lnnd of the Musquewah- .V (f'ense imnpine yourself reading- Bifuin from Lonpftlloir.) Iowa, lignifying A goodly comiiry, and need not go farther. Rut aias, for the poor Indian, there la no resting plnce. Scarcely had lhy crossed the Mississippi, and become jrart.y rccon t'Jed to this change-, before the greedy white ninn followed, to posh them Bt ill farther to " wards the setting un. And ao1 bot a - tainll remnant remains of thia once power fu! tribe, tt tell of their departed grentneos, a sqnlidr miserable, degraded set. All ' the romance that was ever eoaoected in ray . mind with the red man, has long sir.ee ran- Jshcd, bnt my sympathies bare been fully aroused for thrrrr, as 1 see them daily won ' dering through the streets, partiaHy eorcrcd with the cast-off garments of the whites, with...

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 March 1859

WEEK nn n id JL JLiiU V1J -r" .Mi IF 0 T. In.cle3?Giicaen.t m cai tilings. , VOLUME X. NO. XL ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, MATICII 12, 1859. whole number m. .La Y 1 ! T T I I k nil . J T til HIS OF MltSCKirTION. Two Dollar pee annum, if anld stricUy la advance $1 CO. ADVl'leTlSINO. V)n square one weik M One square three week 1 00 one equaie three nios. 2 M one square six nms. Oil one squaio one year. . o 00 Two square three mot. f 2 AO two squares six tnos. t 00 two squares one year S 00 four senates one year 1'2 00 hair column one year 26 00 Dullness Card of ot over si llne p yea- S 00 Twelve line Or less of IhU ! letter make square. OblluarT Notices of more Uian See lines, nnloee of general i u '.crest, b inserted t the same late as advertising matter ion MiiMd f every description altonded to on call. In the most tasteful manner. St- Feter'i Church, Aahtabula. TIUE3 OF DIVINE SEKV1CE, Ac., Dl'RlNO NEXT WEEK ida), being First SrxDAY i! I.txr. Morning Sen Ice at liHt a. M. Evenin...

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 March 1859

,?.aiskssiSJU .t-anisissn in i V tfortnr'l in with rrrn-r-t p tYtr.t tnnrt tent lit'uf tUt I liav 'n tfulio, 'the tve to say, Ami bc-fore t!ie oslonUlied eyes -of the ,ru troiitlcmon Aunt Nella ncld np the bif portfolio, es sbo cniit'mncd, 'And if ilcomes la freeing my hrother -in-law ami myself from the talons of tbe law, and from pris on, means will not bo ranting j see itpret end rco here 1 Arid Aunt Nclla, from out of the cotifn bIoii of rUrr, v crnpi, cnt ont f newspa- persjtlicw forth several small pieces of r pet, which soon fixed the attention' f the grtlemen. Thcs small pieces of paper .wpto actual scrip, Rome several hundreds, nd olborfr thousands of rix-doNar?, and tbe itmonnt of which, when oil added together, uliowcd a total value of about ten thousand lix-flollara. The two gentlemen had evidently begun with the stipiion that, 'the old woman s mnst bo eraay I' but afterwards it seemed to bo that, 'the old woman might perhaps be wiser than people imngiued.' A nut Nella c...

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 March 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ' " A S II T A B U L A t Salardaj ft!orntnr, .March 12, 1 8 3D. EIGHTH LECTURE. Tbe eighth Leoture of tho tillage conmo, mill ba given at Fink Hall, on Pr Tuksbat v- pinajff next, at 1-4 before 8, by Dr. J. 0. Hoebard Sohject Ham do you dot Xoticb. n extm meeting of the Formor'i Club will be held at ihe office of II. Faxtclt, on Saturday, Merch 11, at 1 o'clock, P. M. The committee to ravine the Constitution will report a new ono for the consideration of the meeting. A full attendance U requested. By order of the President. March 10, 1859. THOS. A. SMITH, Sec'y Columbus Correspondence. COLUMBUS, March, 9,1859. Ma. EniTon Dear Sir There has been but very little budiiicys before the legislature for the pant week, tlmt will be of much imereet to the Teoderi or the Telegjuph. Mr. Dotimcyer's Cin cinnuti police bill, a truly modern democratic move, pushed the house by a strict party vote. It provides for the appointment, previous to the prin election, by the Muyor, Poli...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 12 March 1859

LABOR. Td'l i" ' li' force's ?ow '1 N" reels brock nut in rn.Iinnt Moom; J.i. h I. : v't.i stiiilc- Wliiii'l (! !nw, Ainl ci'.ios cluster ronnii tlielonm; Vi oro toitcrinp; domen nutl tiiptriiiK irnre Atlnrn tho lo nrtrl crown ilia hill, , , Clout In'nor liphtii its beacon firr, And plumes wilb smoke th forgo and mill, The noifrfli ok, tlie woodland' pride, i V. Iipsa Irurk is seamed with lightning scars, 1 oil i!uii'i9 on t iio resiles. inio, Ami tfure niirollit tho flag of giant; Tl rnpine, with tha Inmrs of flame, And ribs of brass, and joints of s'.ecl, ' Prom labor's plustic fln'r onme, With sobbing voire nnd whirling wncl. Tin I.iOior works tho mflfjio press, ' And turns tlie crai;k in r.Wes of toil, ' And beckons niigol down to blt-ss Industrious IivhhIh on K it ttikl soi'j Hero (uiiibrowucJ Toil, with shilling spade, Links luko to lake with silver tics, Strung thick with jialnoei of trade, And temples towering to the ikies. The Broken Saw. - A- oy went to live with a man who...

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 March 1859

. --- 14BJ Hr - v; WTO I M t IrLdcpon.clGn.t lxi ctll tinners. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURtiAY MORNING, MARCH loj 1859. VOLUME X.; NO. XILU WHOLE NUMBER 482. Two Dollar per annum. If rldstrlcHy la kdvane $1 M. On. squar on. week I 60 Inr nwi three wwtl 1 no tint sqnsi thre moi. t SO wn square sW mm. 4 00 euuart on. tr. OO Two qure three mot. 1 W two Mimrfi tti mm. t 09 two squares on. year I no 13 00 as oo I so four squares on. jrr li.lf ooloain on jrw Business Cards of not over si tines per yar Twelv line or Ita of thli size Itllrt mak a iqnOT. Obituary Nntlre of mom titan dr. line, nnlee of general Interest, ill b inserted at tli. aim rat. u advertising matter JOll PltlMTINO af vry description Attended tn on call, In tb moat tasteful manner. St. FatarV Church, Ashtabula. TIMES OF DIVINE SKKVICETIic., DIR1X0 NEXT WEEK. Su4y, bring Scoo SrxrMT li t.T. Morning Service at Hit,' a. M. Evening Servle at 2 p. a. tTsaario'sy, being Third Winimday im I.Brr. Morning Service at 9 A M. Fndf, being Ti...

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 March 1859

tl'.W '.ill! "'1 Wfl'l --K ' KfV'l, f ir, (ia. gOOll lu k h.i' ff( cf-B snflr 1'r. lleOk-i mimi coin In fi f tit street with a Inrire umbrella, aud (NCfiiilj both ns ul unihvflla were In the fouln. lie pare a friendly recognition to li'gc'.Wff, pet his umbrella down in a torn tr, nnd seated himself before the fire, whiWit With evident enjoyment, he perwittcd the OtihliTM to climb his knees, nnI pevforin every kind cf evolution. Of Ingeborg ,3ie totjk no further notice, or buM a word to he. -.. . ' But when, rtfler wtrr.crnvcvscilloa with the woman who hail the charge of the establish im'titsho was ready to fro home, the doc tor shook himself freo of his yor.ng swrntn, took up hi great mbrcll, and, without a word, followed Ingeborg out. Awny wr.it both through, the pelting ruin, uud tbe doctor Lchi his umbrella over Injreborg.- 'I nnrafrrthl xm will bj wet on my ac count enid Iagcborp;. ' The doctor mado no onswer, nor vet nl- t-ored the pvxslkion of tho umbrella, nnd In geborg, will...

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 March 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULAY Saturday Wornln?;, March 19, 1839. Tna LscTuaa of t. flCBBAkn, on Tuesday veniie 1ntt, wat npoo the subject of health cnhjert which, Deri-ops, It of mora direct and Immnilluta Imnnrtamtv than Mir tJ which our citizens have listened daring the conrse. If . we may judge from the Mtetltidn which wat give n to iti delivery, and the torte of general arprobatloo which boa reached us aince, with out appealing to the sanction of oar own pri ate opinl-n, we may without fear of con Ira diction, say that the subject waa well handled. One of the essential reoi-iles of health, was ery fnlly ehown to be a plentiful aapply of pare ' fri-th air. The want of ventilation, is, no doubt, the carne of the ego. Other contiderations con tlacive to health, were cleanliness of person, enitable diet, prepared in bliafful Ignorance of the pastry cook devices,adnptation of clothing, ftc. The necessity for attention to these mat ters was discussed with considerable earnestness and f...

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 March 1859

Alone with God. BY MARY CLEMMER AMES. Alo', wi'li f!oJ 1 crsvrn cure llsve crrnuh i onwnnl OQwarCfl 'I Lb soul is It'll to breathd her prayers. Alone willi Got! 1 1 bare my breast, Com in, come in, 0 holy guest, d fvo rest thy rest, of rest the best. ' Alone with Ood I bow calm a calm KtfflU cVi ivit, sweet as music's bnlm, TV hen Rctnplis sing a seraph's psalm. Alone with God I no boman eyo ". ; . Is here mht eKet look to rrr Inter ttiQ mcmiing of each sigh. Alotio with God ! no jealous glare Now stings me with its torturing stare No human malice says bewaie. Alone with God ! from earth's rede crowd, Yith jostlii'ff stops, and laughter loud, My belter eoi 1 1 need not shroud. Alone svlth God ! tie only knows If sorrow's ocean overflows The siJcst pprir.g from whence It rose. Alcno with God f tfe mercy feoefsf Life's fainting hope, life's meagre ends, Life's darting paio lie comprclieuda. Alouo with God ! Do feedelh well Th coil's pent life that will o'erwell; The lilc-long waut ncr...

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 March 1859

A SWT A B .LA WEEIif ABEL i (or Ja. 1LU JUJLU Inc3.ei5erLca.erLt in all tUlrLg. si Go xasr ;:x-v.3sro3D. VOLUME X. NO. XIII. ASHTABULA, 0. SATUBDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1859. A7II0LE NUMBER 483: mums or minacnir-no?' Two Dollar. pr annum, lfjald strictly to Bd 4 ' iniriiriim. Two squares xnrrr mo. in One square three wesks 1 0!) . on square three mom. I K n square six runs. 4 00 .miares nix moii. 6 no two sqiiarea ont ymr four squares one year 00 12 00 26 00 I 00 OW Bqusm j .. - . . r nit tines pet TWIT nan wmnm um jms nusiness ,.rui i - . . 1 11.1. .I.a 1 at I r.r mil. Twr-lv lines nr ie - - Obituary Notices of more then Br tines, unless of gensrsl loterest, 111 be Inserted at the Mine ret as advertising matter Jon PRINTINO Of asery description attended to on call. In th moat tasteful manner. -MHM I & MS l St. Pater'a Church, Ashtabula. TIMES OF MV1NR SF.Itvlf'K, to, DURING NEXT WEEK. Sunday, being Third S rxnsT in Lrt. Morning Servle nt n'i a. a. Evening Servlc at 2 T. a. ftinad...

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 March 1859

who was ,!y (Tec tea t:t the Pcctip, that lie wns fcotircily blo 10 rrntt in niarriHice ceremony, but (Vint that ery cause tpe-ke with HiM torpor f!ui!ini'm tho benediction on the new-iiinrrit):l pair, who Kcrmed to be unitrd .i.1icr for death ihsiv life. - And yet they looked mora happy, tiny rnore blessed, these two, than bridle conplea do in perioral. Minimi Svanberg It present at the mar tinge, uud by her lively lotiiac-ity introduces a little rnUy Into the wriotiRnes of tlio .solemnity. It is the Chief Director in pni tieulnr whom die devotes herself to enliven, ' and ahc nctnallv tmrceods la calling np now fcnd then a r-mile oo his morose countenance. ; llertht, nnd Ypgvt are all-iuQicicnt to each wthcr. Yngve ia better this evening' thaa Lc bits been eince his retnrn. The fulness , and the importance of the time neera to . Lave Riven him a renewed life. Hut Lis affectionate wife watches over him nnd will not allow him to give himself on to the augmented excitement of the mome...

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 March 1859

Veekly telegraph." A b II T A B U L A s Saturday Morning, Manh 26, 1859. Hrac URicNwimn Vnotiikr l.mrtvnr.. A lecture mi ''if 'jt'-t of "The men and women t twenty yritri hence, the child ten of today!" will te dclitri'i! In litis pluce. at Fink's Hall, on the eveninjr ofTIinrdny.lh-3tl Inst., by Qraci GnKENwoon.or Philadelphia. T- & c"" to he had at the stores of Chapman and Dick. Tuic Four i-TKRa Ttii title, to which "8 We devoted so ninth of the outxlde of our fciiper for (lie lust thre monthf, will probably te brought to conclusion next week. Bought Wit's tub Hkst ir oi Botanr too Dkari.t The nine duy. blindnw Jha. Iim ftd leu upon a portion of otr citizens on the eob- Ji-ct of Setvittg Machine, hnn ot length Vkbu In uumerous iimiaiicc ihej have been Induced to purchase some one or another of the many cheap, and nearly worthless ma chines that have been hawked uboitt, and scarce ly an instance wilhio our knowledge, but that lias proved one of dearly bought wit' bought at a d...

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 March 1859

Pierce Butler's Slave Sale. From the New York Independent. V'ho wnntil not be in Savonimh to day t 0;it by S'ie rn(w-Oonne there Is llie play Trnrri!s, CViiticiIiob, nil tfippther f hakiiK Imrnii in tli wild Mnrch trmtber. ' 1 hrre ra LiimlreMii of actor, the program, tell, And Dome t rrh scene are to y farewell; 1 Trust me, 'twill be a mnrveltoui play, For this it Fierce liutler ' -Benefit' dny. V arV thrm. ?co !th hat r.frcr ejo , They notch and ait till the curtain rite oma from the riee-fieldi broad and green That Btretch the 8wamp and the ahore between, ' AA eome from St. Binion's lulu tb.t lice A lfi(tse away where the land breeze dies; Fimon'e Jul whpre the aea-ware flowa, And the fairest and finest cotton grows. l'orcnU and children, every orm, Have toiled for others since life bepnn ; j I'.nt then, ecch man at his cabin door ' Could ail in peace when his work wa o'er, And the sime roof covered them oil, tho' Blares, And the name moon rose on their fathers' graves, And they ...

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. — 2 April 1859

WEEKLY rt'":A':ftTrTr'- V t 'J X:tacte:pezicleiit in ctll tlalngrs. SI SO -I2ST AJDmVj&?3C2?n. volume x. no: XIV. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1859. WHOLE HUMBEIt M. Tcnno or ra'iwcnirriofi. Two Dollar, per nnnm. If paid .trtctly In advane -ADVl'KTialN"- B.l.ln". Card, of aot " Hn-r? year I 00 Twelv tlnal or l' r H'1" IMt" "k "'n Obltai.r Notice lf iror th.o flv lint., tinlew of rwnl InUn.t, UI tx tmerted t tli an. ratea.adrertl.lng matter ! ' " Jtm PRINT1N I of arery description attended to on nil. In th mnl taiteful St. Peter's Church, Ashtabula. IMES OF DIVINE SERVICE, Arc, DURING NEXT WEEK. 'da, being For urn SimiAT t T.mrr. Morning ferric at 10 Hi a. m. Evening Service lit Ir, , Vtdnuday, being Fifth Wkdkkhday is I.IHT. Horning Her vim nt 9 A M. being Fifth Friday lit I.iMT. Morning 8cr .. ! -i A. . JAMES BOVNAH, B. D., Hector. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. rAunEits HANK or aJIITAUILA. OFFICE HOLR8 From 9 A. M. to U H. and From 1 to 1 P, M. Evrhange on New York half per g...

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. — 2 April 1859

WT'TTvT.Y TFT.WHAP1T . . i 1X1 ' t Jamk ppko. ; jUhtalmh, Ohio, April, 2 JS5V From information received at VYasbingtotf, It appears that the business of Importing Africans is far more ei tensive than heretofore supposed, acd that the arrangements for that purpose are Ingeniously devised." Small boats a employes! to relieve the slaver of their cargoes and bring , them Into the, Southern State, Onri Gorern , meot has boeo suformed of aonuy oMaa move ment and have 4keo cPAc'wot rnooauret lu. the premisvs. ... ' - ' '-!. A Mocktatn w BooKs.The State of Ohio uionally epproprhiteo ahoot $82,000 to the pur chase of school apparatus, and books for her School Libraries, This largo amount is raised by tax of one-tenth of a mill on the dollar of , the eotire property valuation of the State. Un der this law, tba lion. Auson Smith, State Commissioner f Schools, eoncladed ft contruct last September, with the Messrs. Apple ton of N. Y. eity, to supply the State with her library booka for 1859. Acc...

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. — 2 April 1859

"WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. 'ASHTABULA: Saturday" Morning, April 2, 1859 . . Th CBAdara, and BuiLDina Movkmcnti boat town, fire quite a bailing and active as pect to oar street The old sheds on tbe sit of tbe new Baptist charoh, bars bea removed t ad the excavations fur the oew edifice are go ing on with earnestness. In attem ptlng to mo ve , one faction of the shod, the roof fell In to sad Jeulr as nearly to entrap lome of those who were engaged in the removal. The ihop of W. Rrdiisad. opon the tlte of Smith's new block, hits been placed upon our frle.id Arthur' trucks and toted pon the lot of Mrs. S. B. IIolbbrt, wbere our modest young neighbor will be pleased to see bis customors. Stdkry Boo if 3 goes into a sort of fraternal basinet arrangement with oar neighbor CiIap man, the basaar having been extended to its ut most longilado, and the north side shelved and fitted op for the reception of Dry Goods. - ; , M. O. Dick, vacates his present location, to succeed Mr. Booth, and M. Q. Dick, i...

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. — 2 April 1859

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