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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 23 July 1859

A R U rip A R WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. JAMES ZRimZIE). SI SO JJDTJ IST OJZL VOLUME X. NO. XXX. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 500 terms op srnscnii'Tios. tiro Dollui per winom. If paid itrieU j l adv tl . ADYKRTI8IPIO. On annav on week I 40 One rjuitrf three weeks 1 00 one square three moa, 9 f0 no equmro all moo. 4 00 one nam ono yew. .00 I Two snnares trrreerno. ( 1 M two u,iuvre. hi nion. u uu two squares gm year n uu (voir sonars, on. year 12 00 balf column on. year lb 00 BuilnoM Card, of not ovr .1 line pet year t 00 Twelro line, or lew of toll ! loiter make iqnaro. Obituary Notice of more than flee linen, unless of general Interest, will be Inserted at tlio iame rate ae advertising matter JOB PRlKTINoT every deaerlpttoa attended to on call, In the moat taatefnl manner. St. Pater's Church, Ashtabula. tlVESOF DIVINE SERVICE, ao, DURING. NEXT WEEK Sunday, being rirrn Suxdat ArritR Trinity. Morning Service at a. M. Evening Service at Si r . Monday, bring Tm F...

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. — 23 July 1859

ll'.is P.irliiJsi sci kiiift any oilier Ray for ono's f If It ny 'nerkm.li not h(?r own.' " "It, is not ncccs'-arry for ns to ncttla the benrinjr of tliin on tho question of prizes in pclirwl. - lut ono qnpstion comoi Dcnrer to the ruse in hand. Do yon think that in strict lioiit'flty Iho star would be yonr own, if yon pniiU'd it, not by superior scholar ship, but by j our own prosperous cirenm stiinrcs. nnd Henry'i hindrance through his mother's necessities1 f Tho only value of the sin is the thing signified. To mo this tm.'ijre would moan, not that my boy was a better scholor than Henry, but only that bis fnther was richer than Henry's mother." "Mother, I don't want the star at all," raid Charley with a resolute effort, "that is, if Henry cau get it. I am going around now, if you are willing, to show hiin about the arithmetic, and to ask hU mother to errnngo if possible, so that he can attend school constantly for the next six weeks." Mrs. Coltou's consent to tho latter ar rangeme...

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. — 23 July 1859

'WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. it JAMKU REED. Ashtabula, Ohio, Julj 23, 1859. A Bot iome 15 or 16 years old, of good char acter, may find a place, as an apprentice, Id tliia office. pKntcATiOK.Tlie Andover and Williams field Baptist Meeting Noaxe will be dedicated S a plnco of wornhip lor tlia Baptist Church, oit Wednesday, July 27lh, 1859. Rcy. N. Chan. .dall, Minister. A Horse Fancier came into town the other 'day with three horses stolen from, or about Ge- ouga Connly, which ho traded off with some of our citizens to very good advantage, taking '"boot" enough to pay expenses on his journey west, wither he was beading. Root Sc Morrison, it will be seen are inviting attention to further additions to their' already abundant and extensively varied stock. Amid all the fuss and feathers of Young America, this staid old concern pursues the cveu tenor of its way, conscious of its ability to meet all competition. In view of this, and the many other similar establishments of this place, we think it ma...

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. — 23 July 1859

The Light of Home. The UrU at home 1 how bripU Uheumi When eveninp; eU.k-a around m fall J An frem tlie lattice for it jrlrnmn, To lova, and rest, am eoinfmt ell. IV lien wearied by tlio toil of doy, And strife I'or plory, gold, or Uaie, Tlow sweet to gfick the quiet way, , "Where loving lipg will lisp our namo, . Around tlio light of bums. When through the darlt and stormy night The wayward wanderer homeward hies, How cheerful U thnt twinkUnjr light Which through the forest gloom he spiel I It is the light at borne, lie fools That loving heart! will greet him there, And safely through his bosom steals The joy and love thnt bullish care, Around the light at borne. That light at borne t how still and sweet It peeps from yonder cottage door The weary laborer to greet, When the ronirh toils of day are o'er I Bai is the soul that does not know, The blessing that the beams impart, The cheerful hopes and joys that flow, . And lighten up the heaviest heart, ; Aruund the light ot home I . M...

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. — 30 July 1859

ASHTABULA m i win iirn ir 7- BID 1 JiJio '33"ST JAMES 3R.IDIIIID. IiadG3pon.ciGXit in cull tilings. SXSO lN;An.VANCa3, Y 71 IT TfTIp l UjJuJlliyi VV Hi 1 VOLUME X. NO. XXXI. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 501. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION 10 Dollar per mnnm. If paid strictly In advano $1 SO. ADVERTISING One sqnar on week $ AO One square three week 1 00 one square three mot. 9 60 no square sit moa, 4 00 on equsr one year. 0 00 Two square three mo. 2 M two squares six "" II 00 two square one year 8 00 four squares one year 13 00 half column on year 26 00 Builnw.it Card of not over si line pei yesr S 00 Twelr line or lew ofthl letter make a square. Obituary Notices of more than Ore lines, nnlea of general interest, will be Inserted at tin 'jama rats ss advertising matter JOB PRINTING. t every description attended to on call, in the mo taateful manner. St. Pater' Church, Aahtabula. 'tINKS OF DIVINE SERVICE, fto., DURING NEXT WEEK ATs, bring bixth Scxiiat srmn Trtmi...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 30 July 1859

VMEKLY TELEGRAPH. A 8 1IT A ) U L A i f jfwr!,iy RIornlnp:, July SO, 1859. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. fee Grm,ir-'Vllllp Dettaleem, Jr. Fr tear. Vftrmar Hnhert C. Kirk. For Stijirmt Jodgo William Y. Cliolata rw Sun VMr- Heteert W. Taylor. w SteM Trsswrrer Alfred p. tstcme. Fee grmtmi of Stoo Addleea P, Km est 11. far rMc "Tor John B. Gregory, For frta! CuimHfjir Anion ftmytlu Tna EmPFRcm or tub Fwccn It an anigma to the world, if cot to himself. Ilia coarse in reference to tho war with Austria, fill every o with astonishment. lie precipitates war, achieves victory after victory, and his meteor track Is scarce began to produce a realizing ef fect upon the souses of the world, before peace is coneludod, and the political divisions of the world are changed. Austria is driven out of Lombard and ia humbled, aud cedes that ter ritory to the conqueror, who in turn, turns it over to Sardinia, while Austria retains Venice. An Italian confederacy, with the Tope as hon orary President, complotea...

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. — 30 July 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. Ashtabula, Ohio, Julj 30, 1859. HnUe Th Bxemtfr Board of the Farmer's mdMi vhanlee Association, and others, will moot it tin Office of II. Fahhitt, on Saturday July 30, at 2 o'clock, p. m. ., , . THOB. A. SMITrt, flec'y. Fveciitlv nnrd-.t. IT. Woodman, 0. J. Calkins, H. Che wey, A. Gerald, p. Cedwell, and Officer, of th Association. A Dot ome IS or 16 yearn old, of good char acter, may find a place, as an apprentice, In tliia oluco. Bail Road Mattkm. The courtesy of con ductors Murray and Noble, la entitled to a passing ootice J and while making this acknowl edgement in flieso Individual cases, we might justly pay, also, a passing tribute to the char acter generally of the conductors on the Cleve land & Erie. Their official competency is not the less satisfactory, because of Its accompany . tnent of courteous and gentlemanly bearing. This Company, we are pleased to see, is be stowing a little labor and expenso in brushing up tho Depot and grounds...

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. — 30 July 1859

From the Atlantic Monthly for August. From the Atlantic Monthly for August. DANIEL GRAY. IP T sIinM ever win the home in heaven For h'o weet rest I hnniMy hope owl pray, In the Brent roinpnny ff tin? forgiven 1 linll be mire to (in J old linniel Gray. I knew him well; in fait, frw knew him better; Tnr my v niing eyes oft real for him the Word, Ami onw how weekly from the crystal letter lie drank the lifts of bit beloved Lord. CM Daniel Gray aa not a man wht lifted On ready word's hii freighl of pratitvido, 'And was not culled npon among the gifted, lu the pruyer-mret'mgi of Lit neighborhood. He bad ft few old fashioned words and phrases, Linked in with Bncrod texts and Sunduy thymes; jlnd 1 suppose, that, in his prayers" and graces, I've heard them all fft least a thousand times. I leg li'm now, his form, iml face, notions, His homespun habit, and his silver hair, .And hear the Inngimgo of his trite devotions Ki.-intr behind Ibe straight-backed kitchen chair. I can remember how Ibe ...

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. — 6 August 1859

ASITAB WEEILY m JJLJ Li ft Ti A JJ VOLUME X. NO. XXXII. ASHTABULA, 0. IzidoiDezicloiat in, ctll tUlngs. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST G 1859, SI SO IInT 1D-V 1ST OX-34 WHOLE NUMBER 502. Two Dollar par annum. If paid itrlctlj In advance tl 40. ADVKRTI-IS-G. On. snnsrs nno week $ so Two squares three mo. I SO (Jm sonars three week 1 09 two squaree six mo.. fi 00 On. sqoart three moe. t M two sonares on. year t 00 n. square nit mos. 00 four sqnares on. year 14 00 on. square t rear. 8 00 half eoliimc on jetr Sift oo Business Card, of Dot over six line pst vear $ 00 Tw.it Una. or Im of thla sise letter make a square. Obituary Notlre of more than flr lines, nnlesa of renersl Interest, will be Inserted at tin Mm. rstess advertising -natter JOB PRIWTISO. I every description attended to on call, In Ih. most tasteful manner. . St. Peter's Church, Ashtabula. tlJIICS OF DIVINE SERVICE, fco, DUR1NQ NEXT WEEK Sunday, lx-ln 7rn BenDAT Arms. Trimitt. Momlni Service at 10K a. m. Evening 8ervlce at 2 r 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. — 6 August 1859

'WEEKLY TELEGRAM. ASHTABULA: Satnnhy SIornloiTAosnst 0, 1853. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. fv ;nrernrr-XtUmm InftUn9 Jr r LMt. 6'ornrtr Rbrt C. Kirk for Suprm Jmtfft William X. Gholson r stats A'wnohfrt W Taylor. p'rfT Strretarf f Stai d Alt . Rll. r 'wiVir M mrk$ John B. Crfffirf. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. Th flpt,bWni of AnhtnhirlA County rt nnflfM that a f-f.nvmil.on nf (MirMw. will vH In JKKFkttriOiV. at U A. M ON MONHAr, AI-HWr iiU, t nnmlrmt Kptih- 11 run (Vuli-Jtitwi for tri following rffwci : Om Kprpeiit t.v in tb inml Afwnihir, Hh"-.lf, Tmmrar, Count H Cftnler, l'rew'titiin AUorhv, (!oinmionr, and Pirwlnr of the f Vvonty lulfirnwr ; tvud transact th usual buinM of a Oi'JtltV "firffl lil. The' IVpu!iciiii Totfm ar aewrfiinjrly rvqnwifM to mwt at ),p(r u idl of holding Hwtionn, at S JfMk, P. M. Of h a I'C H!i A , AHJt Ta;, IKAtt, and vlect (felrgatea, for tbclr rwj)vtv toniii, as follows t jui"linburg ..4 Mm-pan . . . , Nfw I.jrtitt , OnrH . . . . Pivrponi Plymouth Htchoiond . Rom ....

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. — 6 August 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMEB HERD. Ashtabula, Ohio? lognst 6, 1859. A Bot some 15 or 16 years old, of goodchar arter, may find It place, as an apprentice, in this office. Godkt for August, wt8 received early, and contains its nsnal varitty of entertalng matters, designed for the amusement and instruction of tie Ladies. The Angust number of the Lady's Home Magazine has reached as. It is edited by T. S. Arthur and Virginia F. Townsend. The Western Reserve Annual Horse Fair lakes place at Ravenna, on Tuesday, Wednes tiny. Thursday, and Friday, September 27, 28, 29, and 30. A dead body was found on the lake shore at Madison, Saturday last, and which is supposed to be that of Capt. McNeil, of the barque Sun. thine. A masonic pin, also a square and com pel m found on his shirt Letters "C. McN." on one nrm. The body was buried on the farm of i Samuel Talcott of Madison. Reporter. CocNTruFKir Onesnew plate of the State Bank of Ohio, have been thrown out .by the Farmers' Bauk in this place wit...

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. — 6 August 1859

Novel South American Gold Diggings. The rmnntna correspondent of tlioN. Y. Tribune write that tlie announcement of ilia disooTprj in the mutlicrn part of N6w Gmifuhi of a rather novel description of gold difgingn, baa excited coufliderable in terest ia that city. Soma of the metal Lag found its wfij to Panama, mid spcclmcni has been sent to iVevT York to have iu ?ol- ' te tepicd. The writer says t In tlio drpnrtmcnt Cbirlqui, and Indeed throughout all the interior of thfs State and hi Central America, exist vast num bers of the burial placed of the Indians, known by the name of "Ilnneaa ;" they consist generally of a circle of stones set closely together like, pavement, about six ' or seven IVet in diameter, and from two to four feet luh, beneath which, nt a depth from six to eight feet, the remains of the tiecunseii aro deposited, in these graves era always tound earthenware, jars, vases, Ac, and in a few, golden ornaments had been discovered, but it now appear that they all contai...

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. — 13 August 1859

LA WEEKLY TELEGrRAF Independent in . cxll tilings. SI SO ADVANCE. VOLUME X. NO. XXXIII. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 503. TERMS OF STjnSCIUPTIOW. Two Dollars per annum. If paid strlotlj In advance 11 K. ADVERTISING On sqoere on week $ M One square three weeks 1 00 one square three mo, t 00 on sousr tlx moa. 4 00 one square n year 0 00 Tro ennsres thrwrnot 3 (0 two en"re sit M, t 00 two square on year 8 00 fnr rtfinares on year 12 00 half column on rear Sft 00 BnalMw Card of Dot ever alx linn par Tear I 00 Twelve lines or m ml Uila rtM Utter naka a square. . Obituary Notices ef mere thao Are lines, onleas of general Interest, will h inserted at th mud rat aa advertising matter JOB PRINTING. ot every description attended to on call, In th most tasteful manner. St. Poter'i Church, Ashtabula. TIMES Of DIVINE SERVICE, Ac, DCKLV0 NEXT WEEK nndaf, being oTit Sunday Jrrrx Timrr. Morning Scrrloe at 10X A. M. Evening Serrloa t 1 r a. JAMK3 oVtNAR, B. D, Rector...

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. — 13 August 1859

veekl:, telegraph. ARUTABULAi Sal'!-' " 1 JAngnst 13, 1859. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. tar Grrmf ttlllltn Drnntson, Jr. f Ijl Gormtr Robert C. Kirk. . I w Seer Jrndfe William T. Gholian. 'r tun M-Ktkn W Taylor. r TV mi ir Alfred. P. atone. Fw- Stcrttmy mf Acre Addtaon P. Raoaell. Ja "nolle fTpr. John n. Orrftnrt-. J 'or Scaeel CMnmp-Auea imj'tht REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. The Republicans nf Ashtahnla Cmrnty t notMed that Convention of lvlcrtc ill emhle In JKFFKK.SON, at 11 A. H, ON M"IMY, Al'ul'ST M, 1X09, to nominate Repub Virttn VmAU for the following offices : On Representa tive tn the tlenerel Assembly, Sheriff, Treasurer, County Re corder, TroiMing Attorney, (armlwloDeT, ud Director of tire County Indnmiary J end transact the esual business of a O'Mtty t'onven ton. Tiio Republican voters are accordingly requested to meet at fb.tr sol place .f .-'ding eillona, at S o'clock, P. M. of IMTt KHAY. Al - 97, ffc-, and fleet tolerates, for their re.pc-tive townabi-, jltowi i Ashtabula ..... ...

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. — 13 August 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY J A MRS REED. Ashtabula, Ohio, August 13, 1851). The Republican Meeting for this county, If to ba held la Jefferson, on Saturday, September H 1859, wten the people will be aldressed by Got. Chasb, Professor Monroe, and lion. John IlDTCniKg. . Rkttjri or rial's Pbakem. On Wednes day morning last, who should walk into oar den, bat Dr. Qsoaat W. ITcMriiRsr, wbo in com pany of Messrs. Hall and Uolbrook, started for the Peak last spring. The company mads their outward journey, by the Smoky Hill route, ia 70 days. Their estimate of the profits of Kansas gold mining was not such as to induce them to embark in the business. The chief object of the Dr. was the restoration of bis health, which be feels, and his appearance cor roborates the conclusion, that it has been re atored. lie saw Greklkt at Denver, and, more than half believes, that the amount of gold washed out and reported to the philosopher, from day to day at Gregory's diezines, was a little on the long bow ord...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 13 August 1859

Continued from 1st Page. H itli two or thrro points guarded, no bu rn an bfinfr o.ho incarcerated within its rot'ky tiioiiiitum wells ever could escape. I'-ut tho pi f .i'u pt wonder of this wonder ful I' dilitj vet remain to tie described, viz., the rn.t firtict s with which it abonnda. The fjrsf. pf tluso in order, beginning at the we-tcrii end of tho Valley, (which has a iliie rust and west direction, tho sun rifling nt one end and sotting at the other,) is called the Hridal Vail, and liappifj is it nnmed. It is formed by a email rirer which rushes over the prcnlpico on the south side of the Valley, and falls some fire hundred feet perpendicular!,', mid runs at right an gles with tho Mi.TOed, into which it Gnally niters. The top of the rock is shelving ovor tho line of tlio perpendicular, and the water consequently takes a curving leap and fulls io a thin white sheet, as nearly, resembling a 5nc gauza rail as anything. As you stand beside it and look up, you can seo under the wat...

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. — 20 August 1859

WEEKLY inn BID n -j. vv IndoerLcleiit In. ctll tilings. 1 I I I I i i - - i. '.' mjt .h-j yg-:-TTjjw WHOLE NUMBER 501. VOLUME X. NO. XXXIY. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1859. ASHT A nnTn DA 1 M HvMV JL- TERM Or iTJBSCHIPTsOl. Two Dollar per (tnirom. If paid strictly In advance 81 60. ADVERTISI"0, On sonars one week I AO Om square three weeks 1 00 on square three mm 3 60 nt eauare six mm. e OO Two eqnares three mot. $ S 60 two squares tit mod. 00 two squares one year four squares on year half column one year t 00 12 00 as oo a oo en square on Jw. 00 Business Cards of not over nil llnes-per year Twain lines or less of thU six latter make a aquara. Obituary Notices of mora than Bra lines, unless of general I nterett, will be Inserted at the mil rate aa advertising matter JOB PRINTING. I every description attended to on call, In the moat tasteful manner. St, Peter's Oharoh, Ashtabula. . TIMES OF DIVINE SERVICE, 4o, DURING NEXT WEEK Bundtf, being Bro Sckdat irm TaimTT. Mor...

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. — 20 August 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. ASlITAIJULAi fa!t.rt!.ij "orul'.t?, August 2a, I85D. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. t Givesraer TI17!sn PBnlMiBf Jr. sr t mL teerrreor fiobert C. Kirk, far SmprmM Jvig William T. Cholno. Tit Stall jditTftolntrt W. Taylor. For fmu Treemrer- Alcd P. tone. Far S-vtury f Situ Addison P. Ruaaell. w rlt m-"-.Johi B. Ortgorjr. fur ScAooi nmMwnr-inira Inrlh. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. Th rtepnWIrana of Ashtbule ("canty are notified that a ronvmitiitn i,f Helegalor ainvmhle In JKKFr.K-tl.IN, at H XM, 'N Monday, a: (;rsr m, lsso, to nominat Repub l!.'jil Cnr,di,..rs fur tbe following ofrtre ! On Representa live in t;' Onst-al Aevenihly, SherilT, Treasurer. County R onr.isr, rrose.ntlng Atlornev, CoroiiiiMlnoer, and Director of the Co-intv udilrmaiy ; and transact th usual buslnsof a Ovtntv Ooven ton. Th Rapi.biteea voices are eer-ordlngly requested to meet at theif ur-iai place of holding elections, al t o'clock, P. M. of SaU KDAV, Al 'ni'KTl.7, lKnu, and elect delegates, for tielr rws...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 20 August 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMM HERD. Ashtabula, Ohio, August 20, 1859; ' ' - - Tbe Republican Meeting for this county, to be held in JeDerson. by d recent arraocenient. On Monday. September 12fc. 1859. hcn tbe people will be addressed by Gov. Chass, rrofesior Monbok, end lion. John UfTcniNs. U AmtcTiNO. On Saturday last, Georoi dard, in hit eight year, a son of J. 0- Beb ivof ihia village, was playing In tbe rear of of Mr. Beehe'a residence on tbe margin of tbe Mill Pond, with a little eon of Mr. Four of similar age. fell Into the water, where it wai beyond hie depth, and though an effort wai made by little Ford to reach him by wading Id as far as he dare, he was unable to render any assistance, and be was drowned. Little Ford ran home in alarm, which, however, was not made known until after his clothes had been changed, when March was made and the body found. The casualty was a severe blow to the parents, the child being the youngest, and the third one of whom they have been bereaved wi...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 20 August 1859

iu;r noiliii.g Letter, to Africa, where in continued war thry found congcninl employ ment till tlio finnl stihniisgion of the lust tribe., July .", lKf)7, dissolved tlvo army Kfilivli'i, Hiri hhkIo tlirm, perforco, peace ful (ill vim 2S(li of April of this year I'lontlit. tlirm to win fresh laurels on ne w field. Vugne reports, assertions without have been nut unfreqiirhtly made, to fff'ert thnt the Zoustes are In character erne!, dissolute, Bud excessively given hurcl drinking. That tbry are absolutely free from the Erst charge, I shall not at tempt to deny; that they are more so than other men in like circiimstanerft there) is proof; there is eren pood rpfiaoiw to state the contrary, if we may jndgeby instances, of which, for waist of ppuee, one shall suf dee here. The Zouave were in the van of tho army, on their march toward . Tell; In their charge was a large body prisoners, wounded and helpless, women, old men, and children, whom they were conducting to the Tell, to restore the...

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