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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 18 June 1859

A rrnun EG 31 BTlF ;,Mo: WEEKLY in VOLUME X. NO. XXV. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1859. XndoiDCiiclGiat in a,ll tliing-s. ffil SO I1ST ADVANCIO. WHOLE NUMBER 495. TERMS OF" BtBSCRIPTIOW. Two Dollar per nnom. If paid strictly la sdveoef $1 M. ADVKRTIS1SG. On sonars on week t 60 Two aqnerea threemo. J 0" On auimra three weeks 1 00 two ti" on sqnara three tan. 9 60 two aqnores on year ne sonar ill moil. 4 00 four squares one year obo squar one yesr. 8 00 I bolt column one J dm Business Cpd of not oror fix lines per year 6 no oo 12 oo Sli 00 S 00 Twelro linen or lM of this eta letter make square. Obituary Nntles of man ha v lines, unless of general Interest, will be Inserted at the i rat m advertising natter JOB PRIMTIJfG. ot trrerj description attends! to on call, In the moat tasteful manner. St Peter! Church, Ashtabula. TIMSS OF DIVINE SKRV1CK, o, DURINO NEXT WEEK. SmUaf, being Triwitt Sv-xbat. Morning Service at WX A. . Evening Service at 2 r u. Way, being th Fakt or St....

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. — 18 June 1859

U tlio family circlo $ eii.brmSiig that Is the c'r.'Ie of rentoff-r kinrtroj ; Imjoml thnt, nt lof(;rr or short nr i:-tnnccs, sweep -round th social circlo. Then cotnos tho circle of religions fraternity then the po fitlcnl circle then tho broad circlo of nn ninn brotherhood, embracing family, kin dred, society, the church, the state and the rvoild ; and still moro broadly sweeping, runs the golden chain that encloses each sonl in tho universe within the sphere of relation to nil created intelligences, lhese nrc all natnral circlosor circles dependent on nntnrnl law for their definition. Family oml kindied are based in nntoral affection, growing out of identity of blood. Society is based in natnral affinity and similarity nnd sympatfiy of position and pursuit. ' Tho church I formed by sympathy of rc- . Unions belief ; tbo stuto by a common po ' liticnl creed and common institutions ; and ' so on to tho utmost boundnry of relation ship. From each minor circle all outside of it are sh...

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. — 18 June 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BT JAMBS REED. Ashtabula, Ohio, June 18, 1859. A new Time Tablo took effect on M outlay last, on the Lake Shore Road, which we insert The Cooper Shop belonging to IIhkobkw DuRNtlAM, In Madison, was burned on Thursday Dlcht of Inst wenlt. too-nther with hll tools. It Was the work of an Incendiary. The June term of the Court of Common rieos for this Connty will commonoo at Jeffer son on Monday next. The Railrond fore from Clereland to BuQulo, has been reduced to $4, first class, and $2, second class. Masonic Cklkbbatiok. The Brothers of Rising Son Lodge, No. 22, of Free and Adopt ed Masons, having .resolved to celebrate the an niversary of 8t John, the Baptist, on Friday, June 24th, 1859, do hereby most cordially !b vite the Masonic Fraternity, and others who may feel disposed to join us on the occasion. An address will be dclivod by the Rev. J. E. Forrester, of Erie, Ia. After the address, a procession will form under the direction of the Marshal of the day, and mar...

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. — 18 June 1859

the Canfield Republican Sentinel. On the Manufacture of Oils from Coal, and the Extraction of other New Articles. Only h short tin'" lw elnprrl einre the c lil'ulion of oils from coal Ins become I i' w ti in tliis country,' iinrl thin branrh of ' imliilry licinn now to attract prneral at- ' tniti(ni, not only here, but all over Europe. Your rpniloro will, perhaps, fp-l soma inter- , C&t in knowing liow Uicro diflcront oils nrxr otbrr nitidi s ore .extracted from , conl, ns uoll ns to lenrn to what dilTVreiit uses tlio prime can ic applied. Eiijrsfrd as I nmfn the branch of cliemielry, oppiied to indus trial purposes, I wag dcfigMci to refelre your valuable Journal,' M a new sign of life from the heart of this beautiful country, and I shall bo pleased if you will give pub , lication to articles I intend to seud you ' from time to time comrannictions which I hope will prove useful to your readers. T The quality of coal generally used ia this country for the extraction of oils i9 t...

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. — 25 June 1859

'ABUIjA mi ELEG JUJJLLI .KLY RAFlo VV X3"5T J"VAOIlS 1.3311113- Indepenqent In ctf.1 tilings. SI SO HSr JVIDTJTSSGJU. volume x. noT5yl" asiiYabijla7 o. sATmSAYlMmmG7Ml859T - wnoLE NuSnSFiiT tebmj or unsc niPTiow. Two Dollar! per annum. If put strictly In advance H 0. ADVERTISING.. On annar nn wk ( 0 One annar three weeks 1 00 on wiimT three moa. fl 60 n Uar nix mo. 4 00 tut sonar one year. 8 00 Two n"as "" 13 two scpiar si mo. 6 00 two tiiare.nne year 8 00 fnnr souarn one year 13 00 half column one year 25 00 tiM.in... r.ni. nf wot oversU lino per Tear 8 00 . Twelv lines or leas of UiUi sis letter mak S'inare. Obituary Nntlr. of more than Ave lines, nnles nf general I aterast, will be lnrtd at the Mime rate m advertising matter . JOB PUINTINU. Ol every description aUcndod to on call, In the most tasteful manner. 6t. Fetor' Church, Ashtabula. TUIE3 0T DIVINE SERVICE, o, DUKINO NEXT WEEK Smndafi being FrRsr Sukpat aptrr Trimtt. Morning Hemic at l"1 A. a. Evening Service at 2 r a. IVit...

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 June 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA: Saturdaj Morninpc, June 25, I85t), REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. ,1'of Gertrner William DimIiob, Jr. tor l.teut. bersrase Robert C. Kirk. J"r tiifnw J-lf William T. Ctholeon,. i'or Jui jMditor Robert W. Taylor, for 5lM Trfwjl lord P. lion. Fot Stmltrn tf S(0-Adillilil P. Raaaell. Fee JSeette rrl-JtKi B. Oreftory. "-" School LtymmmtT A nidi H m y 1 a . REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Important from Europe--The Great Battle Fought. Tie itenmer Anglo Bmoa, from Liverpool, Tuno 8th, arrived in the Bl Lawrence river, on lor way to Quebec od Saturday. She brings fif ws of the ocenrrence of the expected great (Wile In Italy, in which abont three buudred thousand moo ou both Bides were engaged at once, and terrible slnughter ensued. The lattst news, by the previous steamer, re porting the Austrian Id retreat across the Tici no, is fully confirmed. The French crossed the Ticino !nto Lombardy at Bunalora and Turbi go. There was considerable fighting at both places; nnd on the...

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 June 1859

WEEKLY TELEGliAPII. BT JAMES REED. Ashtabula, Ohio, Jane 25, 1859. Amitabola Fair. The Farmcr'i and Me Cuanlo Association hare fixed upon Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 27th, 28th and 29th of September, as the days for holding their econd annual Fair. A ride to Jefferson the fore part of the week, presented a sorry exhibition of the grape vines. Scarcely an nnshclierrd Tine Is to be seen, with the least evidence of life, so far as foliafto Is con cerncd. With os it is different. About the Tillage, some are to be found uninjured, and tho worst, but partially. Although the court is In session, and His Honor, Judge Wn.nitR, calm as summer's morning, occupies the tribunal of justice, bear ing with commendable patience and endurance the humdrum routine of forensic infliction, and bevies of barristers fill the green baize circle, with a gravity and thoughtfuincss of manner, that would do credit to a sacredotal convoca tion, charged with the settlement of the imma culate conception dogma,...

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 June 1859

What the South say. "" Tlia following extract from tba Southern Citizen, a prominent orpan of tbt "dealers ia linmnn fleh," will how how ih power which tha Naasao street Tract Society sffks to pro j itiftlo, despises lt servility. The Citizen wye j "The Tract Society in New York, s we e already recorded, beiiiff wholesomely mindful of the profit of Southern trade, lalciy refimed to embody in the schema of Us publications a system of tracts against ulttTery, or even against the African slave trado. Not that the members approve of the institution cr of the trado not that they feel anything less than the righteous obhorrence for Southern life and conversa tion and man's property in man, and 'traffic in human flesh,' etc., etc. ; but only that they consider it politic thru, a Christian society, instituted for the promotion of re ligion and virtuc)to let that particular class of sins go unscathed to rail furiously against all sorts of sins except only that ein ; for in fact that sin pays...

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 July 1859

A nmm EGRA JUiU Iiac3.eiDoiaca.erLt in ctll tlilng-s. $1 IKT JlD-VJlSXC2?n WEEKLY :Ptt VOLUME X. NO. XXVII. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 407, TEIIMH OF BUBSCIUPTIOW. Two Dollar. per annum. Ifjald itrteUT la 1 , ADVEHTIMNO. On nnr one week W On miliars Uiree weeks 1 00 one 0r three mm. S 0 ne suuare six mo 4 00 jVA iwinaren three mos, $ 9 AO two enuarea HI"", o " two ennares on year S 00 fnnr poiiere one year 12 00 half column on year is 00 one nuuare one Tear. n.ir.r.. f!nle of Dot over l llnes-per year I 00 TweWe lines or lew of this 1 led" make a eqnare. OhltnarT Notices of more than Are linen, nnleae of general Interest, will be liu-artcd at the same rate as arlvertlalug mutter JOll PIUNTINcH ot every deKCrlitlon attemli 1 to on cull, In the moat tasteful St. Peter's Church, Ashtabula. TIMES Or DIVINE SERVICE, Ac, DVH1N0 NEXT WEEK sVi, br-ln(r Rkcoivd Sokdat aftsr Trwity. Homing Service at 1UX A. a. Eveniiis, Service at 2.r a. JAMES BONNAB, B. D., Re...

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 July 1859

VVs wero In tlm w nj'on briiIo a fow minutM bcfo:e noun. W Milt kfpt north of west for cTarl mill', no 8 to clinp; to the liiffh dividi) ixuwecn C'liopmiii i Creek uj Solomon's Fork, no 6r jiogHihlr. Boon we saw oor first Ante Jopo, and, io luo course of the afternoon, five otlii'rs j but not one seemed to place a proper intimate on the nlue of our society. Two of them started up so neat us as to bo for a mo Mont within possible rifln-shot f but they widen- ; til the (rnp between ns directly. We crossed tnnny old buffalo trails ond buffalo beads nearly reduced to the skeleton, bnt no signs thnt buf falo Imve been so far east this scasoD. The cneni! dearth of timber h fearful and in a dry HinHon there cun be iiltlo or no water on this lung 35 miles. But it must be considered thnt on.- route avoids tho streams, and of course tho timber, to tho utmost. The creek on which we uro encamped (a branch of Solomon's) is now a fair mill-stream, but in a dry time might doubt less bo run through...

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 July 1859

WEEKLY TELEGA AM. BY J AX REED. Ashtabula, Ohio, Julj 2, 1859. A Hot some 19 or 16 year? old, of good char acter, mny find a place, as an apprentice, la this office, Sklkot 8rnoot Mimi Lf.rtk'sj school will open on Wednesday, the 6th day of July, t Fireman's Hall. IitDULOR.vrR. On account of the absence of one of our young men, this week, we have to auk the iodulgcnco of some of our advertising patrons. Stkklb is offering his stock of Jewelry at a bout coot. Those who are In want of a good Watch, Clock, or articlo of personal adornment, may find this a favorable chance. R. Lvkl AViiitk, lato of the Erie Constitution, appears as editor of the Conncllsville, Fayette (Pa.) Patriot. May his success be commensu rate with his qualities of heart and brain. Fbott Jars. Mr. Emory Luck, a profession al fruit preserver, hns left with us a specimen of new Fruit Jar, which is on salo at the stores of Geo. 0. IlunuARD, and Geo. Willard. They are of yellow stone ware, of pcrfef t form and symmetry...

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 July 1859

A Country Editor. bhow tin a man frco from Care, and we will tl.ow you either a Tool, a lunatic, or a saint In fconvrn. Every man lo lis right mind, and with even a temperate ambition, must be a roan of euro, lie Fiut have a work to do a responsi bility to bear a worthy object to lire for or lie will he an onlinjipy wretch. This la, any how, the constitution of things to onr present eslnlo, nnd we accept it as the one best adapted to imperfect humanity. Still, there la ch a thing an an anxious, carking care, which Is not only unnecessary, but positively hurtful to ioul and body I and this met the condemnation of the one who "spake as never man npnko." We live here bat once, and lor a short time at long est : why tlieu allow Inordinate anxiety to cut our heart-strings, and muko that short tiino shorter t ' We have In fond cogitation, pictured to our- t7i tv m winy ivuui i y cuiiun uuuuviuii, n viiai iu ing country village subscription list, larje and paid in advance office, Btocked w...

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. — 9 July 1859

ASHTAB A 7H1 TTH nnlm 1 w KLY JJliiljJDjUriirJilo VOLUME X. NO. XXVIII. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1859. si so ijt -A.r-visrojm. TERMS OP B8CRlPTIOr.. Two Dollar per annum, if paid strictly In advene - ADVERTISING. One square on. week 9 ftO On. square-three wee 1 "0 on. HMif three ninn. 3 60 Two annum. three moi. 1 50 two squares si ?w 6 00 two squares on. year 8 00 fmir squares on. year 12 00 balf onlnmn one year 21 00 one square six mm. 4 00 on. square on year. 0 00 Rutin.! Cerda of not over sl lines per year I 00 Twelv line or leas of this arse letter mas. a sqnsr. nki.r IIMifMrfiwin than fire linen, nnlm. of moral Internet, will be Inserted at th. saun rat as advertising ruatUr JOB PRIXTINQ. every descrlpUoa alUnded to on call, In th mt tasteful manner. 6b Pater! Church, Ashtabula. TIUE9 OF DIVl.VK SERVICE, Ao, DURING NEXT WEEK SumUf, being Tninn Bdvd.it mn Thiihtt. Morning oervice at iu,i a. a. srening service it I r I, JAMK8 BONNAR, B. P., Retor. BUSINESS DIRECTOR...

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. — 9 July 1859

hom I hurt recm!!jr formed d in;ing c Cjiinint.inoe. Tbo I'rairle Wolf was tho first ot these gentry to p bis respects to u. J To lit unenliinjr, cowardly littlo wretch, of a dull r dirty wbite color,' much resembling a mHll short-bodied dojr ct up on pretty lnK h jrs. I bcliero his only font entitling him to rank a n brant of prey 'consists in K tiutiiiKu, when hard pressed by hunger, Signing f't prairie-dog and .milking a hick! of him. His usual provender is the rnrmss no matter how putrid--of any lend buffalo, mule or b that ho may find ix posed on the prairies. lie is a paltry creature. Itut the Gray Wolf who Is nlso a denl en of the prairies (I think we hate seen t least a dozen of the species to-day) is a scoundrel of much more imposing cali ber, lie likes to lurk around the ontskirts of a herd of Buffalo, keeping out of sight urn! nnsospected in the ravines and creek limber so far as possible and wo to the nnlneky can that strays (which he seldom does) outside of the exterior...

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. — 9 July 1859

WEEKLY. TELEGRAPH. BY JAMM REED. Ashtabula, Ohio, Jul 9, 1859. A Dot lome 18 or 16 years old, of good char- meter, may Cud place, as an apprentice, la this office. 1 i Sm.ncT Bcnoou Min Lkbie's school will opon od Monday, the 11th day of Inst. July, t FiremnVs Hall. ThbFouiith at Conneaut. A previously intimated we celebrated the 4lh with our Con neaut neighbors. Of course oar readers expect us to toll them how this cclobration went oT, nd give tbem our views and impressions of Conneaut capacity, taste, and judgment, in giving effect to Bach an occasion. In doing this, we ore happy to say, our testimony is such as to make the bearing of it a very pleasant task fur dm, inasmnch as it is the paying of a well merited tribute to our neighbors, for the .manner of observing the day. Two features of the celebration, deserve speciul attention Ibe general decorum that pre vailed, and the general iutcrest taken and parti cipation in the proceedings of the duy. The first may be accounted for 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. — 9 July 1859

From the N. Y. Independent. From the N. Y. Independent. Farming--By Beecher. TWe r few plnces, for ft rUU, more rtcliirhlfnl than a largo and well kept farm. '! ho farm-lioHse,, ppac-iona, anpretenilinjr;, noiit, convenient ; tho barns largo nnd rlrfin ; tho outhouses for pips, poultry, tools, etc., well arranged ; the bees hurara inn eivlli'SH mnic in thin lopj row behind , tin; iwiiso ; the garden, the field, the for est : these, together with the cominjr end going of herds, the steady progress of va t rious kinds of work, the nnwasteful nbun- dance of provisions, which In cities are doled out In close measure eggs fresh eve ry day, sweet milk oppressed with cream, II manner of frnits in their season, and above all, vgctablos fresh from the garden, whose true flavor is unknown in cities, no wonder tbnta farm excites the imagination, and raises np a picture of delight and en joyment. Speaking of vegetables, it may be crnel to say to people in the city that they have no idea of tho ...

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. — 16 July 1859

a mm nn jiir waia a td .tf JJJ Inca.oreiica.ont in cull tlxlng-s. JB1 SO IN . A -QT'yV 1ST OIL?. VOLUME X. NO. XXIX. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 1G, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 490. ASHTAB TERMS OF ilTBdCniPTIOW. Two Dollar per annum. If palditriclly In dvanoe H ADVKRTISIf On sonare on wrt $ 60 Two an-are three mos. IM On. eunare three imhl 1 00 two squares tons. J W on square three mne. ISO two )"' on yr 8 ? n qi.ar six mo.. 4 oo one T"r " 00 on square on year. 00 tt column dm year 3100 Business Card, of not r "OT-l 00 Twelv lines or less of thla sire le'.trr mak. a square. Obituary Notion of mora thai) five lines, nnlesa of general toUrmit, be Inserted at the bam raU as advertising matter job printing. ( every description attended to on call, (a the most tasteful manner. 6t. FUrJi Church, Ashtabula. YJHE8 0F DIVINE 8KIIV1CK, fcc, DURING NEXT. WEEK ", Wnj rounTH Sunday after Thikitt. Morning Servioo at IVH a. a. Evening Service t I r I, JAMES BONNAR, B. I)., lector. BUSINESS DIRECT...

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. — 16 July 1859

State Fait Items. The entry toolcs are now all pit-pared, ml I ura ready to ?tfUe entries of artic kt fT xtiibitt(n at Ui ensuing State Fair t be If'A at Znnoitille, September 20th, Hit, 22.1 and 23d, next. EnVries iuhj be made by mall as well as In person, at my office la the Agricultural State Rooms, nntil the 8th day of Septem ber, after which time the office will be re moved to ZanesTille. Those desiring premium lists can hate them furnished, free of charge, npoo appli cation by letter or otherwise, at the Agri cultural rooms. Persons makinjr entries by mail or other wise, should be careful to state ery dis tinctly their post-office address in full that is, the name of the post-office, as well as the county; becanse in awarding medals, diplomas, or drafts for premiums, much in convenience is experienced for want of the proper post-office address. It is especially desirable that every ex hibitor fully determine in which department nd under what head he intends to compete before a...

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. — 16 July 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BT JAMBS) REED. Ashtibnla, Ohio, Jul 16, 1859. A Dot torn 18 or 16 years old, of good char acter, my find a plsce, as an apprentice, In this offlc ' ' " jMrTeas, cncmnbers, and now cabbage, were Among the creataro-comforU found opoa oar 8vnday board, for which we are Indebted to the kindly attentions of Mr". Emort Lcct. fSf " Lady Sherman " and her oompanlon, OWDed by Geo. E. NumitioK of tfcU place, haTe been taken to New York, with the expec iation of becoming the property of Henst Ward Bekcher, who It seems baa a taste for 2 :40 nags. We do not understand that It It hit Intention to pot her npoo the Fashion eonrse. tw The other morning, the attention of onr "deril" was attracted by the passage through the village, of a roguish kine, provided with a regular ttooden eroso In her forehead, an ar rangement which he had never before sect), and the nse of which did not occur to hii usunlly practical mind. As he beckoned us to the window, he assured us tlio Fopt'i Bull ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 16 July 1859

Two Remarkable Exploits. Tlie great balloon voyage and Ulondio'i rqi&-irft!king ecrofi Niagara hare prcttj much driven the Italian war from common ti!' for a day nr two. tlonilin'a exploit was jrrent In its way. A n Fprcimfn of wliat practice and ayste rr.ntic tunning may accomplish In Rlvinjr man command over Ma mnclp and nrve and r-naliling him to hold iiiniself eclf poa Besed when fvcry prctator'a hesrt la flu' tcrinpt with anxiety for his anfcty, It waa wonderful. The two inch rope on which plondin walked wm thonand feet in lenjrth and ft hundred and fifty feet fthove the boiling flood, the plnnrjre into which would i'O certain death. It was stretched across the gorge about midway between the Fall and Sitfpfnsion Bridge at a point where both bank jut boldly out over the atre.'tm. It waa kept partinlly steady bv gnya attached to the trees on each aide of the river, the great feat waa accomplish ed in the presence of aome eight or ten thousand people. The aicrnnl gnn for hi ti...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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