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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 14 May 1859

ASHTAB WEEKLY ESMfl L iiJjJLJ IiaciGiDoiacieiat in cell tlilng-s. SI SO , USX A.XD"Vw KTOXd. VOLUME X. Kb. XX. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 400. TKIlMSOr M UMnirTl"!'' . Tiro DolLrt I' HDnurn. lfjildt.lctly In .I"" AM'tHTIMfM' Or sonar, on. week I M One square three wtM 1 on .,. squsr. thre.m. S JO e,n square six tr.es. JJJ Two squares three mo I 2 M two soiiarc. on. year 8 00 four squares one jenr 12 00 half column on. jear 28 00 i - . . .i .nr sl lines Mt rear 8 00 Business Icarus 01 - Twcly. lines or lea. of thlx "I" le" Kl,,ar' ,. wiicee of more than free lines, nnless of general InU iTli fie "ed .1 th. ni. rate a. advertising .natte. jon rniNTici , - description attended to on call, in th. moit tasteful ' manner. St. Peter's Church, Ashtabula. TIMES OF DIVINE SERVICE, o., DURING NEXT WEEK. Sunday, being TniRn HrsfDAT aftrr E orrttn. Morning Service at 10J a. a. Eveulng Service at i T a. JAMK3 BONNAK, B. D., Rector. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FAItiTIKRV HA...

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. — 14 May 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMEM PFRft. Ashtabula, CMo, Slay 14, 1859. Tur Rrsocs Trials, before the district court at W'evclanil during the past week, bsvo d- lrartce. with sbetrl the Mme facility which hat mVd I hem hereto fors. TTifl trial of Ing, st hftf tweend on tlie docket, was terminated b-. A closing argnment of Judge Bliss, assis tant attorney for the prosecution, about 4 o'efk on Tuosdny afternoon. Tho cbarga of Jadge Wilson, was in keeping, and did no violence to t!ic character already aexamed for annectssary rigor In vlBiting ehnstiscincut upon the prisoners. In addition to brow-beating the jury, be grave ly charged that any attempt on tha part of Lanpston to procure a writ or service from any Court of Ohio, for tho purpose of instituting any Inquiry Into the right Or legality of the do' log of Jennings and his Marshalor for cans' log any delay in their flight with the man they had fraudulently seized was by the Jury to be regarded as eqntdly culpable witb open mob violence !...

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. — 14 May 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA: Saturday Morning, May 14, 1859. Mom Bun.ni!fo. The labor of excavation, for the foiiwlHtion of & dwelling hnnna, has been benn liy Mr. W. V. Mann, on tbe corner of Centre and Park itirets, opposite ex-Mnyor Morrison's. The lot is one of the most eliffihle in the corporation, and the hiiiltlinir, we trout, will be on the same settle of merit. The Pulpit or the PreRbyleriun Chnrr-h in tliig villngp. was supplied last Sabbath, by the Rev. Mr. Richardson, of Auatinburg, by wny of exchange with the Rev. Mr. Gii.lkti, His sermons were very satisfactory performances, and pervaded witb a spirit of genial Christianity. Qdkstionablb Advkrtiskmbnts. The time, which we have been looking for, has, at length, arrived, when all onr contracts for advertining abortion medicines, ami lottery enterprises, both under various noises, have ran out. The fur ther admission into our columns, of any of this hind of mutter, will be sedulously and pertina ciously excluded. We h...

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. — 14 May 1859

God knows It All. ll ih. Aim rfrew of thy avHt'p chamS.., I Ut.r. prmia hiri'Vn (picf Ihon may'- twt otl wtl IMna hnarl Irimtk. Ih... but r.TP.mrT Hta pltyln ( ay. bo mi ml annw. l Sod know. It nil Aai art ttion twap.il mi . Miiow. of tanptattoa, And wnalrM d food, bnt artl oft praviiti r 0, tl.lna. antld th. nrw of tribulation, W io aarthly Itopx, wbia north It iri ft.Hn, Us knows It ill) An thaw sin thy dead ef aiama ernillng In mt rlara ixt nn human ?r san m ? T.n wplk in prlda, without on. ptBh rwallng Thl nVypmnorM tbat ahonld diKinM thaa f Hi knowalt all I Art thnn rrrTTppa.1, aTifl poor, r"' hpvrr baarVd, Thy npATxnn nhova thw in thick rlnnri. array.rl. And well pirh cmpliad, nn aartlily ttranirth Impiraad, Ko ft tonal. toU to ay. "Hi not finM r 1I know. It ill 1 Art tooo i tnonmrr ira thy taar-rlrY. flowing; For w too aarly lort to aarlh nod thae F Th. nV.thp of (rripf no hnmtn spirit knowlnif. Which nioin Lb aacrat, Ukl the monntni aaa Hsbnowiltitl! twpt thon loo baik noon ...

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. — 21 May 1859

ASHTAB A EKLY TELEGI U W ' ." . . . ' " - I I U ! l . . , ,,, , I I I I - . . II - ,, - 333T OVJVCimS IFLinXEXD. IndoiDOZicient in cll tHings. SI SO IIST JSJID "V.A 3ST CtL VOLUME X. NO. XIX. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 401.- TEIl Or HHM-BIMiO"' Two Dollars per annnin. Ir t-to rtrietl In advane. f 1 0. ABVEBTIMNb. On. aquar. on. WW- I Ml Tw. ""'t";- If" On. aqner. thre. mkl 1 00 two square. '"" J on. sqnsre IMM mo, -no , - on square .1 mr. 4 " "I" I "JJ on. quant on. ywr. 00 I h.lf column on. IHr US 00 Bu.ln.aa Card, of ot over tlx llnw-per year 8 00 . Twelv. lln. or la of thU U l.tt.r make acinar.. Obltnary Nolle, of ior thU. In Una, unless or gensrsl Interest, will b InaerUd t m fat lv.rtiiiln(( mattei JOB I'HINTIMJ I 01 ..ry description attended to on all. In th. moat tasteful , manner. St. Pater's Church, Ashtabula. TIMES OF DIVINE PERVKc, Dl'RING NEXT WEEK Sumdrnf, being Fourth Soxday af-thh Eastkr. Morning ' Service at lOVi a. a. Evening Service ...

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. — 21 May 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH bt jamk.4 r.rEn. As&ta&ula, CIilo, Slay 21, 1859. COUNTY CONVENTION! Tb EepnliHean of A eh be bale County nr requested to meet ! tbt Conn- Beneo. at Jefferson, at ewe 'etrk, V. a. on t" rday th list of Vv, IMfl, In esteat seven delegate V rp- mrnit tb ejounty la th Stat Convention, da. Mass Meeting at Cleveland. Tn rorn Movi.vo. The call for t mas meeting at Cleveland on Tuesday next, in do tnonntration of the sentiment, of the hostility and hatred of the fugitive slave law, and star-chamber-manner of administering it, promises to be a numerous and stirring affair The movement Is one that appeal to the pnblio beart, and the patriotism of the Reserve will not be mistaken, when called upon to enter its jjrotetagninst a merely partisan enactment, which violates conscience, defies Heaven, and outrages, in its administration, the forms of common propriety and the sacred rights of citizenship. It the strides of the goveroinont towards centralization, State soverei...

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. — 21 May 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASnTABULAi Saturday Morning, May 21, 1859. Tll FARMERS & MeCHAKICS ASSOCIATION1, at their last Meeting, appointed James Reed, E. O. Hobbard, F. 8. Mather, Mrs. II. E. Parsons, Mrs. B. Nell is, Mrs. J. P. Robertson, a commit tee on ornamental yards and gardens. IvesStcdman, Anson Luce, and Chan. Walker, wer appointed a committe on Mowing Ma chine!. Those wishing to enter their yards and gar dens, will do ao aa early as convenient, ao the committee may have an opportunity to examine them aa the season progresses. THOMAS A. SMITH, Secretary. Godct for June, is, as usual, full of interest. Arthur's Home Magazine, also, fur June, Is npon oar table. Both, these favorites with the ladies, are to be found at Chapman's and Dick's Dews depots. Benedict A Sons, of Cleveland, make tboir respectful salnms to our citizens, and auk that their establishment mnj receive the attention of purchasers, both at wholesale and retail. Sikes k Sloan, are, in a quiet way, building op a ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 21 May 1859

ADVICE. Vt must fcel ero we can pity, V miittt lonp; bfor we pray, We most know the need of comfort Ere we ehr nooibtr'e way. Art thoo then the eefy mottmer T 1 Throb m beating heart but thiue T I)op the earth's jrrren eorfnce never . lJida a deH and wealthy mine T Know ye not whnt wondrous strnctorei U row beneath the rolling seas ? ' Coral reefs in hidden nntares ItiM liltntly m these. llsy he that thy utrenpih of purpose Might nplift some "inking heart, And the ray to thee returning, A refracted light knpnrt. For 'tis ftranpe we (ihontd have power Oft tn give another peace, lii'e we vainly hid the anguish 01 our own vex'd spirit cease. From the Country Gentleman. The Farmer's Home. The home of the Anrei ican farmer should It find may be the plcisentest end heppicRt home in the land. It is generally hit nvn home he is not there by faor of a land toi d. The honse, be it large or Munll, is his own hoiife. It stands on his own land, is enrrounded by his own fields, shaded by his own ...

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. — 28 May 1859

WEEKLY nnimT JLUJUJUJ 3"T CTYnCILSS ILIUIDID. Independent in cull tnlngs. Sl'SO'lKf .YD V-V ISTOJD, - ,. ,,- - . t t iii' ' T r- re-- t - ' - 1 '- 1 -- t- -r zr . .,. 77 -? - .. - . !-- j . - t. i , T VOLUME X. NO. XXII. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1859." , WHOLE NUMBER 492. TERMS Of TJBSCIUPTIOW. ( Two Dollar, par annum. If paid strictly In advance tl M. ADVERT1JIIWO One square one werk $ ft"' One square three weeks 1 00 tine square three moe. 3 AO ana square six mop, 4 00 mm soti.ra one vear. 0 00 Two squares three mo. 2 SO two squares in" p., u ou two aquarrs ona year 8 00 fhnr squares one tear 12 00 nan column ona year 20 iru o n.t. nt not over six lines per year 1 00 Twelve Unas or lam of this alia lettar maka a square. ONtuary Notices of mora than live Una, unlaw of general Interest, will be Inserted at tlie Mime rate as advertising mattai JOB PRINTING. l every description attended In on mil. In the moat taataful mantiar. St. Peter's Church, Ashtabula. TIMES OF DIV...

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. — 28 May 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. ASHTABULA ... Sa.nrt.aj Morning, Slay 28, 1839, Mass Meeting. Council of Free Men. Tho gnthflnng at Cleveland on Tuesday last, was oito Mint we record with emotions of; fte rniro an1 prido. It wm In all the feature, that Impart dignity, chrtrncfef knj moral force,' to pntilio demonstration, each as warmed and welled every patriotic heart It will be a land mark in the progress of freedom and Repnbll enn independence, which will bo remembered referred to by friends, and Without doubt profi tably pondered by tho foes of political and na tural justice. In it Jamrs Buchanan, and his npplo servants of the District conrt, may gather some wholesome ideas of th temper of an In dependent, intelligent people, and the probable efloct, of driving Bach a people to the wall by acu or deliberate, preconcerted tyranny. If they take warning, a profit by the lesson which it teaches, do one with right aspirations, will have occasion seriously to regret the demonstra tion. . As the onme...

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. — 28 May 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES HEED. Ashtabula, Ohio, Maj 28, 1859. Pr. Wadsworth will be at the AshUbole noose. Wednesday next. A pretty severe, but apparently harmless frost, was risible here on Monday morning last- Asa Bpaclding, a young man belonging to Monroe, had his Jnw broken by being thrown from a boggy oo Sunday last, near Kelloggs Title. Tbe horse was started by the unhooking of a tog. Chahoi or Firm. The firm of ITall, Kil LOoo ft Wads, of Jefferson-, It will be seen, from the card, has been changed by the withdrawal of the name of A. IT. Hall, who has tnken a prospecting tour Into Minnesota, with the design of locating somewhere about the head waters of the Mississippi. &4T We are nnahle to give the resolutions adopted by the meeting at Jefferson, on Satur day. . Before the proceedings were concluded we were oblighcd to leave, and a friend upon whom we relied for them, has forgotten or neg lected to forward as a copy. Reporter. That means os, we soppose. The proceed ing...

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. — 28 May 1859

Go the House of Prayer. On to th honse of prayer, It ye would bold communion sweet with Hea ven, Go, 'lis boon from Qml, to mortal! given, Seek blesxiiigs tlier. Go to the hone of prayer, . . To Chriotinn. when yonr hope are lost n night, tUo, on yonr Gi, the source of Lire and Light, tCnl all yonr ears, ,, . t Oo to Uie bonne of prayer, Vbcn few presia down your 'souls, or shake ' yonr faith, Or doubt riUmayi TIear what the Savior aaitb, 1 will be there." Oo to the hone of prayer, If ye would wish t'lirnt'i Kden waWd nowj Go, sod aronnd the Mcrcd alter bow, He will be there. Oo to the honue or prayer, Tli on thoughtless oue, it ia the place for tbee; Thee God invites' there on the beuded k'lee, Rich mercies share. Go to the bonse of prayer, There let your hearts in holy union meet, Go, cast your burdens at the Savior' feet, Ye cannot bear. ' " Go to the boose of pfflypr, There lei yonr strains commingle a tbey rise, While anpels list thro' gaee v Paradise, And breathe them there. G...

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. — 4 June 1859

3KLY nn El EG si so nsr j:d V-aistoid. VOLUME X NO. XXIII. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 493. ' TP A 1RI" fcLi , JL Jul . u "TT St LA w Tin n MPE 1AW IN vv TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tiro Doll. per nnon.. If paid strictly In edvaiio II M. ADVERTISING. On eqnar on. week I 60 On. ejinar three weeks 1 00 on .quart three mot. 3 AO no sqnare six moo. 4 00 on Ku.re on year. 00 Two annates ttiimoi. f 1 AO two amiarrs ix mna. t no two sonar- on Jl Drtur snnare. one year balf column on your ft 00 12 00 26 00 8 00 Business Cards of not oror ill lines pet year Twelve llnm or 1m of thl ! letter make a sqnare. OMtttatT Notices of more than Art tinea, unless of general Interest, will be Inserted at the reime rat. a. advertising matter JOB PRINTING of orrery description attended to on call. In the moat tasteful manner. St. Fetor1 Church, Ashtabula. TIMES OP DIVliNE SERVICE, c, DURING NEXT WEEK Sdtiy, being Spxtiat aftur Aurmrstow. Horning Sar vl at a. m. F.venlng Service a...

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. — 4 June 1859

t lilcb U thn rapidly nndcrminod and fall in, to lie mingled with and borne away by tin? resistless flood. The bank are almost always nearly perpendicnlar, land era sel dom more that two or three fet above tbe Rurfiiee of the water at its present high slope, so that the work of devastation is constantly going on. The river is at once deep, swift and general! narrow hardly so wido in the average as the Hudson be low Alhnny, though carrying the water of thiity Hudson. It cannot bo half a mile wide opposite this city. Its muddiness is beyond description ; its color and consist cue" are those of milk porridgo ; you could not discern an egg in a glass of it. A fly floating in a tea-cnp of this dubious fluid an eighth of an inch below the surface wonld be quite invisible. 'With its nsnally bold blufft, two or three hundred feet high, now opposing a rocky barrier to its sweep, now receding to a distance of two or three miles, giving place to an intervale, many feet deep, of the richest mol...

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. — 4 June 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES HEED. Ashtabula, Ohio, June 4, 1859. Notich. A meeting o( the Farmer. A Me chanic Association will be held Satordny, Juno 4th, lit 2 o'clock I. M. A general attendance T. A. SMITH, Sec'y. Oor villngo renders will be interested in new borough ordinance for restraining cattle, which appears in this number. Dr. Banni.no, it will be Been by advertisement, is to visit Ashtabula on M outlay next Tho sale of the rinull school booses, adver tised in the Telegraph, takes place Saturday the 4th iust at 2 o'clock. Those of our citizens who intend patting op fruit this season, will do well to notice the adv. of Cvni'8 Avert, who has been very successful in this liuc. Tho Frame of the new Baptist Church, on corner of Division and Fork streets, was suc cessfully raised on Wednesday last. The build er, Mr. Sa.vcel Ward, superintended the erection. Oeoror Wii.lard Last but not Least. The old favorite stund of Gborob Willard lias been vocul with the hum of business for sev...

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. — 4 June 1859

IDEAL AND REAL. BY JOHN G. SAKE. IDEAL. Borne Tears, sro when I wn yonnp, And Mm. Jones was Miss 1 Maury j V hen V eJlock canopy was yonn With curtains from the loom of fa odcjj 1 owd to palot my future life " With most poetic! precision,. My uproial wonder of a wife ; My happy days; my DighU Elysiau. I saw a lady rather small, (A Juno tu my strict abhorrence,) With flaxen hair contrived to foil . Iu careless ringlet, n-la Lawrence; A blonde complexion; eyes that drew From Antnr, cloud their azure brightness; The foot of Tonus; arms whose hue Wat perfect iu it milky whiteness ! , I aaw a party quite select There might have been baker's dozen; A parson of the ruling sect; A bride'a-mnid, and a city cousin; A formal speech to nie and mine, (Its meaning I could scarce discover;) A taste of cake, a sip of wine: Borne kifcsiug and tho scene was over I I saw a babyone -no more; A cherub pictured, rather fuiatly, Beside a pallid dame who wore A countenance extremely saintly. I saw but noth...

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. — 11 June 1859

HTAB A LY 1 nnirri JLj jluju WHOLE NUMBER 49iT VOLUME X. NO. XXIV. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1859. AS WEEK terms or St llSCniPTIOJf. Two Dollan per annum. If ill strictly In advance $1 60. ADVEllTISINa. One square one week I M) One Kinase three weeka 1 00 imm souare three mo.. 3 60 Two eqnare. threw IM $ J SO two Squares His iihih. a yir two squarea one year n 00 fnnr squares one year 12 00 ne iuare els mo. 4 00 one suuare one year. A 00 half column one year 26 00 Business Carina of not oyer all llne-per year S 00 Twelve llnea or lesa of tliU aire letter make a square. Obituary Notice, of more than live linen, unless of general Interest, will be Inserted at the lame rate aa advertising matter JOD PRIXTIKG ol Ter description attended to on call, In the moat taeteful manner. St. Feter'i Church, Ashtabula. TIJ1K8 OF DIVINE SERVIC E, (fee, DVR1.V0 NEXT WEEK Smndaf, being WniT-SoMDAT. Morning Ben-Ice at 10X a. . Evening Service at 2 r u. Mmia), helng MuxnAr in Whit si-.-wk...

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. — 11 June 1859

Ub trying Jerk on the cnrrlupp, and B-merally with a priig on the purl of the horse. These water-ways have generally r limestone bottom not fur below the lur fact of their bedf bat their banks are apt to be steep,- i)J are continunllj growing more so bt frason of the water washing a way the earth which hai been denuded of erass ATid Worked loose oy noors fc wnceis. Trnfcfmg by jerks like thia ia not so pleti must ai over a mneadnmized road, jet. our tint wt9 a bright and pleasant ono. Thirty miles of progress, twthty of them 6cr prairie, brought OS to Spring Hill, a hamlet of five or six dwellings, including a tore, but no tavern. Our horses needed to feed and rest for the wagon with its four inmates was a heay drag over such going so we stopped and tried to find refresh ment, bnt with limited success. There was no grain to sell, save a homeopathic dose old its for a quarter by a passing wagoner, and thankfully received ; we gave this to onr steeds, regaled ourselves on crackers and...

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. — 11 June 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. BT JAMES KF.F.I. Ashtabuia, Ohio, June II, 1859. IDirpNDitNc. .By a notice in our columns to-dny, it will be seen that a movement is being made for an old-fashioned celebration of oar National Amiivcronry. We are pleased to this movement, and hope our citizens will cor dially tuke hold of the matter. Let not 'the glorious Fourth' be, as has been too often the case in the past, a blank, Inane, listless day, with our citizens, seeking amusement abroad.- Let as have a gala day worthy of the occasion. The preliminary meeting Saturday night Should be well attended, and a good and energetic Com mittee of arrangements appointed. Frost and Tim Crops. So severe a frost as that of Saturday night last, is seldom known so late in the season as the 4th of June. Some of our citizens speak of one some days later, about 30 years ago. Its blighting effects are felt seriously in this vicinity, upon garden vegetab les, and to some extent, upon grapes and other fruits, and fenrs oro en...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 11 June 1859

66 TIP TTD pram 99 sn5?saa a, fl A nno 0DD DDlFy da 4D (ID (0 Qreatt IBsm'g;iiim dDflTereall fF the 7C7 m r 1 a a I 1 t. hS5 IS m si i 5 ! J i I Sf, ill m m n M in nt If ffl) n li m f tiinmiin -vmmw i Witt aire USeeeiviDng EDanDy, ttlneh -3 (2M IMijl MM wMclh nnimflsU Ibe sM IfoeflWe tine ttiEnne IP ttaMsng acconumlt if stck, anndl til espln'atS!!!! f a Mimitfed cpaiMlMeFsMp. (DdDMB iULflj. MM f dDMSIEMIE (DMEo dDf TPHIDS BB1IEIE dD TTDTID Pacific Ohallies for 16 cents, worth 25 cents; Best American Lawns for 6d, 10, and 15 cents; American Prints from 8 to 11 cents; Fancy, and black Silks from 6 to 16 shillings; Emb'd Collars & Sleeves for $1 50, worth $3 50; Ribbons for 8 shillings, worth 3 and 4 shillings; Largest stock of Dress Trimmings in town; Hoop Skirts eight different kinds; Misses do. u J"1 ""v ' )(.-'-.. . ill it 7M o

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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