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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 27 August 1859

"ASHTAB A WEEKLY D),TU u SI SO IIST 'XD"V-A-1ST OIDi VOLUME X. NO. XXXV. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 503.-: TP F OTT A . : j j vmv. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Two Dollar! per annum. If paid strictly In advance 11 80. ADVKRTJ WO. flna aqnar one wee k I fto One .quare three weeks 1 00 one square three mo, B Ml ne Inatrt nix lm - 4 00 Two suuares throe tnos. 2 M two snuarcs six mo.. A 00 two uurea one year 8 00 four squares one year 12 00 half column one rear 2S 00 one .quart one year. 00 Bn.lnos Carde of not over .It Hues per year 8 00 Twelve line, or lee. of till. Ue letter make a sonar. Obituary Notice, of more tlmn'flve lines, nnles. of irenerel Interest, will be Inserted at the :,ame rate as advertising matter job printing! ot erery description attended to on call, In the moat tasteful manner. St. Peter's Church, Ashtabula. - TIMES OF DIVINE SERTjE7tc, DIPJ.VQ NEXT WEEK Sunday, belni 10th Scxdat aftfr Trinity. Morning Scnlce at 10, a. u. Evening Serv...

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. — 27 August 1859

It. V. Part of it is devoted to building f"m lo aod other places of worsip; part to hc!pHj the poor and need converts on tholr ws to Uiis country; and the largest portion t the snpport of the poor among the i fcinU. II. U.Ia none of it paid to Bishops end ether digultarios of tbe Church 1 B. Y. Not one penny. No Bishop, no Lldcr, no Deacon, or other church officer, receives any compensation for his official ser vices. A Bishop is often reqnired to put Ms hand in his own pocket and provide there from for the poor of hit charge ; bnt he never rereive anything for his services. II. U. How, then, do your ministers live ? II. Y. I$y the labor of their own hand, like the Erst Apostles. Every Bishop, every Elder, may be daily seen at work in the field or the shop, like his neighbors ; every minister of the Church has his proper calling by which be earns the bread or bis family he who cannot or will not do the Church's work for nothing is not wanted in her scr vieo ; even our Lawyers ( poin...

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. — 27 August 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMIW REED. Ashtabula, Ohio, August 27, 1859. Holding of Fairs. Conneaut, September nut, Mnd, nl Hri Ashtabula, September nth, nth, and tth. OrwIL October 4th, (th, and dth. Madison, September With. AlhUbuls County, Bepfatnber 18th, 14th, and 16th. Lk County, October (th, Bib, and 7th. Trumbull Csunty, Ootober 12th, 18th, and 14th. Oeanga County, Burton, September 13th and 14th. i The Republican Meeting for tbii county, is to be held in Jefferson, by prevent arrangement, On Monday, September 12, 1859, when the people will be addressed by Got, Cdai, Professor Monro, and lion. John HcTcniNS. ? I Govs. Ranmkt and Dkkmsok, let it be recol lected, speak at Clerelaod on the lSlh of Sep tember. SirjtcTioH or Dki.koatks. Oar Republican readers will bear in mind that the time Tor se lecting delegates to the County Senatorial Con ventions, as fixed by the county committee, is on Saturday of tbe present week, at 3 o'clock, p. m. A reference to the call on the second page w...

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. — 27 August 1859

Jonathan ami the 1'nrriKRs. Tlw N. Y. Evening J'etl n lutes an uni-ctiotp, which is pootl, wlictlirr fact or fiction. "Among ur rccrnt rrpTORPntittirps .lirood was f'-tiilcninn linilinsr. from the for west. On wny to the .tone of liis diplomatic labor Lo listl ocoiision to visit rutin, dtlling op on the worth old Virginia front N-nmii who represent ns at the Court of NapoU'on, he f-xprctwd a fpccinl desire to 'See Knjretij." l!e wn infnrmrd that Sunday wa the re ception dy of the Empress, and that our Minister to France wonld have great plcftKiue in preRttiting him on that dny. At the time appointed onr western friend made liia appearance equipped in the porgrous uni form of Col. of the Ifewa militia. He whr formally presented to the Emperor na the llonorohie Mr. IJInnk, fully accredited to tho Conrt of l?lank. The nsnal formnl snl tnntion having been performed, he was pre sented to the Empress. "I'm proud to rniikp ynr npqnnintance, ma'uni," mid our icpicFt tiiHtive. "I've heerd a ...

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. — 3 September 1859

rmnn JJUJLiiLU JAMES 3FLE3"-mXD. IrLdoiDencLeiat in rtll tnlngs. SI SO I3NT ADVA 1ST OIU. VOLUME X. NO. XXXVI. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 500. TAB LA WEEKLY JT-jV lio TEHM8 OF BITBHCHIPTIOW. . Two Dollar. per annum, if paid strictly In advance f 1 60. AnVKKTISINCt. On square one imk I IM) Two ennsres three mns. f 3 50 On siiar three weeks 1 00 two squares nil tnm, 6 00 one square tlirca nios. 3 0 two Kiusres on year . 8 00 ne suuar six mos. 4 00 ftmr square on year 12 00 nne aiiiare one year. 6 00 lialf column on year 20 00 Builooss Card, of not over tlx lines per yer 1 00 Twelve lines or less of this site letter make a square. Obituary Notice of more Uian 8ve lines, unless of general I ntereat, will be Inserted at the urne rate aa advertising matter job printing.- t every description attended to on call, In the mn.t tasteful manner. 8U Peter's Church, Ashtabula. TIMES OF DIVINE SERVICE, kc, DURING NEXT WEEK emnJaf, being llni SuxnAT arrirR Tbix...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 3 September 1859

YfL'EKLY TELEGRAPH. A8HTABULA1 f 3l:tri.iy Slo-mlnf, OctolxT 3, 1859. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. ttf Caeer- WHIte." Deaalaom, Jr. se sewt. OxrnMr-Rkrt C. Kirk. In.nW lllltm Y. Sbtlita, W aua atrfor-Reert W. Taylor. F Jtatt 7 am AlsVeaf P. . tW Stmurf tf attars Addlaon P. RultU. Jse l"nH ITVta John B. Gregory, i'w Scaeei Onwriwtmcr 1 Smyth. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. V Psprraeafarir Abel Kre. Je r-'llllari Hendry-. IV fYe4W.no(-fIs,nrjr Fasaett. far TWmr W. K. French. V iVm Mrwtf John t. Farmer, fw JTr James Wbttnaore. . Ctifan r J H. Kllbarn. fir Infrmtrf Drrsrter J. P. Etllnll THE COUNTY CONVENTION. Tha Convention tt Jefferson on Monday lost, m full and earnest, but harnioDiai odd, not withstanding, little contest between double sets of delegates from Couoeaut and Harpera fleld. Tbe nominees of tbe contention are in an nnuoa degree) men of. ability and private worth, aod wt believe, anjoy tbe confidence or tbe Republicans of tbe County. The result of the proceeding!, in one or two ins...

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. — 3 September 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BT JAME8 REED. Ashtabula, Ohio, September 3, 1859. Holding of Fairs. Conneaut, September Slit, 22nd, end I3rd. Ashtabula, September 27th, 28th, and 29th. Orwell, October 4th, th, and Oik. Madleon, "eptelnbor 2Slh. Ashtabula County, September Uth, 14Ui, ami 15th. Uke County, October 6th, 6th, tnd 7th. Trumbull County, Ootober 12th, 13th, and 14th. Geauga County, Burton, September ISth and 14th. Tbe Kepablicon Meeting for this county, is to be held in Jefferson, by preterit arrangement, On Monday, September l2lh, 1859, when the people will be addressed by Gov. Chabr, Professor Mowi"i and Hon. John Uctchisb. Govs. Rannrt end Dknnison, let it be recol lected, spetik at Cleveland on the 15th of Sep tember. fjf Tho Republican Senatorial Convention will meet at Centcrville nextThursday, Septem ber 8th. ' Union Schools. The Fall Term of our Un ion Schools will commence on Monday, Sept. 12lh, a postponement of one week being nec essary to complete tho buildings. Aurora Bore...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 3 September 1859

t r 'I I." K-inte Fair will bo hclil at JUm-.vi!l. from the 20th to tlie 23d of tW'ptem'.cr, inclusive. Of the committee we notice t tie tmnics of I'kiiari IIayxfs, .A 11 k l Km m, M. L. C'haffkk and A. K. Arsns, of this county. J'i anting K'rawberries. The present iaoiitW in the Ust lime forgetting out straw berries, if H117 are expected to bear next year. Later than AngHRt or the 10th of Frptcmbcr, tk-y wiU Imrdly grow sufficient ly to produce even half a ercp awHlicr aoa on. Success ia securing a future crop will greatly depend on the care and management jf present planting. They are Hot difficult with regnrd to soil, ifthegrouud i well pre pared and enriched. Plough a foot deep and thoroughly incorporate tho manure, which should be chiefly of fegctfible origin, with the foil. A wet time for transplanting is desirable Twenty inches by twclto is a proper distance between the rows in a gar den, and three feet one way by nine inches the other a good field distance. The last distance...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 10 September 1859

A ,Q Mm A 1R 1 .1jA:: WEEKLY nn 171 I'll" 1 :JL;JI22JU VI l Mil H II II I l II II I V X..h : VOLUME X. NO. XXXVII. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1859. SI SO 1 1ST ADVAKTCIil WHOLE NUMBER 507. TERM OF BtBRCIUPTlOW. Two Dollar per aunnm. if paid atttrUj in advance f 1 80. ADVERTISING. One .qn.rt one wprk f AO On fiiuaie thrpp work. 1 00 one pqiiate thrpe bins. 9 AO ne pqtiare rix dim. 4 00 on. fgtiare on Tear. 6 00 Two pqnarep three mm. I M two .quarr-p fix mm, ft (XI two piiian-p on year four Nptarpf one year 8 00 12 00 ii 00 00 nan coiunm one vear Butlimia Card, of not over fix line. pi jrtr Twelve line, or If hi of thlf flze letter make a aquar. Obituary Notice of mom tliao five linen, unle p a of gpnerel Intercut, sill b lueeited at tin Mime rate ap advertising niattei JOB PRINTING. l every de.crl.tlnn attei.dpd to on call. In the moat tutoful manner. St. Peter' Church, Ashtabula. TIMES OF IMVIXE SEHVICeTa-c., Dl'RIXO NEXT WEFK Smiley, Mng 12th Wxhay aitmi Tmsmr. ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 10 September 1859

TrCKLY TELEGRAM. A S II T A 1HI L A i F.t!' T6 .1Vrin?, Sept. 10,1859. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. f.f trwer-aer WIHtatn rtennlaOB, Jr. W Onrjror-Ilolirt C. Kirk. f,tifi;ffi-Hllllim V. Ghlia, tor M AmMrr Rotters W. Taylor, fee ? rmesarsr Alfred 1. Mone. Jr SVeraierwe Slats Adrlleon P. Haaaell. .Far rUM ITto-John B. Gregory. er (4m1 Osswsrieriswer .aVsaeoai Imjrlll REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Far Rrpiacit'ofiW-Abel Krum. X yr Snjf William Hendry. Jr Yt.jVlII.MrT Fassclt. Jtr TVmmtp If. K. French. F-r fVMC wi John tt. Farmer. i'm Awit-Jhihi Wtiltmnre. CMmr-Joh II. Kllborn. W tufrmm-f DirfttrJ. P. Kaitmtii. SENATORIAL CONVENTION. On the second formal ballot, John F. Morsk of raincsville, receircd the nomination of Sena" tor. Tbe rote stood Morge, lstbal 35 2d 37 French 33 32 A. Kellogg 2 1 Mr. Ti.mkb refused to allow his name to be cd. Ebastct Spincf., of Clarendon, Ccanga co. wis nominated for tbe board of Equalization. The Signs of the Times. The signs of tbs times, as tbe campaign ftd Ta...

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. — 10 September 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. DT JAMKH KEEP. Ashtabula, Ohio, September 10, '59. Holding of Fairs. Conneaut, September 21st, 22n1, and 23rd. Ashlsuola, September 2Tth, 2Sfh, and 2(Mh. Orwell, October 4th, th, and Jlh. Medison, September 3Ath. Ashtabula County September 13th, 14th, and 16th. lake County, October 6th, 8th, and 7th. Trumbull County, Ootober 12th, 10th, and 14th. Geauga County, Mutton, September 13th and 14th. The Republican Meeting for tbia county, is to be held in Jefferson, by present arrangement, On Monday, September Ulh, 1859, when tbe neorjle will ba addrctfted bv Gov. I r - Chasr, Professor Monro and Hon. John IIuTcniNS. . Govs. Rannk? and Dknnison, let it be recol lectcd, spook at Cleveland on tlio 15th of Sep. ember. U.mon Schools. Wo ore requested by the Board of Kducation to state that in consequence f unavoidable ilcfny in finishing and fitting np the school buildings, that the opening of the schools will bo postponed until Thursday, Sent. 15th, at 9 o'clock, at which ti...

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. — 10 September 1859

f-v of the Tt'ar DcpKrtment ? I tttil not pursue this exposition i Con-ft-tn mny. Lit mo novgiT5a sample of i. trpiH'litn(i) in the imliiie service in tliis qiiiftp : TliO mail from Missouri to Salt LBko lm Lithcrto lcn carried wrikl? in good six mole wcgoTiN ;th contract tune beinij teu-y-two d)fl. The importance of frequent nrl rejrolHr communication with head-quartern, t knal so long at a large Army is re trained here at a he:iy extra cost, and be , caune of mine presumed paUlic neceMiitjr, in evident. Yet the new rVeiniMsier -General hg cut down the Mail Service on this im portant central route from weekly to smii Biomhly. I5ut the contractors, who are obliged to run their atngfi weekly because ef their paww-ngrr Imsine, and because they l ace to keep their stock and py their men whether they woikor piny, find thai they caunot carry the Mail every other week ao cheaply as they can every week. For in atance : A mail from the States now often conflicts of twelve to sixteen heuvy K...

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. — 17 September 1859

hp A y irnirn nnun IixdoiDGXLciexit in ctll tinners. si so i3si .Axvv-Aisroin. VOLUME X. NO. IXXVIII. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 5(13. A x nn pi in) a W JDJ JDj Bl JU I I f I lB B I in ' I d f 1 1 TERMS OF BV'BSCRIPTIOH. Tw Dollsr per snndm. If paid strictly In sdvsne I 0. ADTERTIIIXO' On itqnar on wek I 60 On qnrthrwek 1 00 on square three mm, 3 W n square nix mo. . 4 00 on quar on rear. 6 00 Two sqnre three mot. I 1 JO tiro square rt mo. t 00 (wo .oiiere n year fniir squares one yw ( 00 12 00 s oo S 00 half oolumn on year Business Card of not over nne-per yesr Twelve line or lea of this sis ttr mak quar. Obituary Notion of mot than At line, nnlem or general Interest, will b Inserted at tb same rat u advertising matter JOB PRINTING. l every description attended to on call, In Ui moat tasteful mannr. St. Pater's Church, Ashtabula. TIMES OF DIVINE SERVICE, to, DURING NEXT WEEK SmndMf, being 13n Scwdat avtkr Tbihitt. Morning Sexric at 10 a. n. Ev...

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. — 17 September 1859

A SIIT A V. U L A rvlt.v "iiijrT.Srp., 1 7,1859. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. (frrrnor William IrcMnlaaat, Jr. (,mm-!tnlifrl T. Kirk, far flrrrr ,inr W 1 1 1 1 at m T. CSIittletm. ' or Sioft irf.(or-Holr W. Taylor. tif f Trirr Alfred! P. Dion. v , fee ffmirnt a ftlatf Atlll.on P, tinttvll. . rr 'Me "Tor John II. .r$rnry, er ScMokI CmmiMimtr An aim trajlh, REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. DISTRICT AND COUNTY TICKET. "or Sifor Jolia P. Mori. e J coliii Graitil Saeaeer. . far Kf)K-iMiififtr All Krnm. rr Jrtf W II II ana Hf4rw. Fir rvtaUJulft-rtnTj Faeaelt. tr Trawmr-H 1. Kttnth. 7sr Vo JUorary John H, Farmer. H.(i!Wi-JMti WMtmr rw CMnMuxr-Jaha II. Kllbora. VWMr,llKJ, p. EMtmaa, A rr aim or Italy The foreign dfjpetobes bring ns nothing farther from the Zurich confer ence, but there ere tome indications of progress in the soUleoient of the Italian qncstion by the IUlinns themselves. The stales of central Italy have formed defi-nsircs lengno, nod the peo ple of Modena and Tuscany have unanimously Tot...

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. — 17 September 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY 'JAMBS P.ltF.1). Ashtabula, Ohio, September 17, '59. Holding of Fairs. Coaaieaui f eplember tilt, 22nd, and 23rd. , , Ashtabula, 8 eptember 21th, 281 h, and 29th. Orwell, October 4th, 6th, and th. ,:'.' Madison, September 28th. ImU Count?, Oetolr Mb, llth, and 1th. Trueibull County, Ootobor I2th, 13th, and 14th. Geauga County, Durtnn, Septernbet 10th and 14th. DUMOCHATIO NoMlltAtlNO CONVENTION. -In pursuance oTa resolution adopted by tho Nomi natinit Committee appointed by the Democratic Convention in' Ashtnbnln County, bold on the 27tk of November, 1859, considering it inexpe dient to make the nomination by tlio Conven tion of guch committee, Indefinitely postponing such Domiualious until a ma.s meeting is called ; or in case ft mass meeting is not called in gcud season for making the said nominntions.tlio chair mnu shall call "aid commitleo together w ith one from each township not represented, to meet at the Court House fur the purpose aforesaid, when he may ...

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. — 17 September 1859

pi: 1 1 ' f i..!oi!..T of lu's grown-r.t mn as ,Vr-j. '!'., m nfj-r in tr oil need & young end v ; ! I ; 'y of prlipps twciity-Ove Binn ti 'is, in thrnf! wot tin ; "Here is another Mt9. T." 'J lis lu1y is recent emigrant from o ir Stato, of mure lhau avcrHpe pow ers rf mind and prnecs of person, who came In tq with hrr brother, as a couvert, a little ovr yrnr npo, nd has bce the Bixth wife of Mr. T. since few weeks after her arrival. (The intermediate fonr wives of lilder T. live on a farm or farms some miles distent). The manner of the husband was perfectly unconstrained k off-band tbrough out ; but I contd not well.be tri.HUkcn in D.y conviction that botb ladies failed to corneal dissatisfaction with their position 1 1 1 ,ho eyes of their visitor, a of the world. They seemed to feel that it needed vindica tion. The manner toward each other was most cordial and sisterly sincerely so, 1 . doubt not but this is by no means the rule. A Gentile friend, whose duties re quire him to ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 24 September 1859

AB U l32LCiGr5GXldei.at In ctll tilings. SI SO I3ST JJJD "VWJNT O 111 . VOLUME X. NO. XXXVIX. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21 1859. WHOLE NUMBER SOD.- ASHT A W EEILY i JiijjijiiiiyttAV r lie TEHM9 OF SUBSCIUPTIOIf. Two Dollars per mourn. If paid strictly In sdvane II 60. ADVERTISING. On sqnsre on week $ A One square three vifbi 1 00 on. square three mod. 9 SO Two !'" mot. 9M two squares si moe. ft 00 two squares on. jtp 8 00 Ihnr squares on year 13 00 half column oue year 36 00 en square tlx dm 4 00 oh square on. y.oar. 0 00 Bniln.M Card, of not over sis lines per year I 00 Twelve line, or lees of thl. sli letter make a square. Obituary Notices of mors than Ave lines, unless of general Interest, will be inserted at th. Mime rate as advertising matter JOB PIUNTINGU of every description attended to on call, In the moat tasteful manner. St. Feter'i Church, Ashtabula. -IMES OF DIVINE SERVICE, o., DURING NEXT WEEK Sundaf, being 14m KrxDAY ATn Trihitt. Morning Service at 10....

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 24 September 1859

v.ti;i.ly telegraph. A S U T A KULAi Sa.vnhy Blonilii Sept. 21,1859. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. ' i fimnv-W llllnra Irniiieti Jr Lrl. f,sfirp-nolrt C. Kirk. F'ir .svsw . Wllllftm T. Uholeva. lor Sir ,at7,cr Ilotsert W. Taylor. 'Vm Suite 7Vwr-AirrA P. en. terrttarff Stit A ddLem P. Ilu.acll. lav i'nMi orlrs John II. Kres;rr. .r'er SrAooI tanMmir-Ati.il Smyth. DISTRICT AND COUNTY TICKET. ' Fur Xrwalnr Joh F. Mru e i.'7tiow Krutai Rpencera W Jltpramlmtir Alirl Krnm. For Mrr William Hendry. For TrnSaU JJfHmry Fas.ett. For TreartrH. K. French. lor JVea. JUmtry John . Farmer. ' f fowrT-Jmi Whltmore. Far Comm iimmnr-Jolin II, Ktlborn. Jse (nfriwr lHreaar3. p. Eastman. Tui Candidatbs. The Republican candi date for Governor of Ohio, Mr. Peonison has conducted himeeir bo gaflantlj through tb se ries of joint meetings held with his opponent Judge Ranncy, as to excite the enthusiastic ad miration of bis numerous friends, and the ma Koioui envy of the Democratic party. The tones of insulting assur...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 24 September 1859

WEEKLY TELEGMPII. BY JAMKS RF.ED. Ashtabula, Ohio, September 21, '5!h Holding of Fairs. Conneaut, September 21stj 22nd, and 2.1 rd. Aabtbiils September 271b, 28lh, tad 2Bth. Orwell, October 4th, 6th, and Oth. Madison, September 28tk. Lake County, October 8th, 8th, and 7th. Trumbull County, Ootober 12th, 181b. nd 14lh. Geanga Countjr, Burton, September 13th and 14th. Hon. Wm. Dennisov, It must not be for- gotton, will address the citizens of this sec tion of tbe State, on Monday next, at Madison. lie la to bo, accompanied by Hon. J. 11. GwMNog. ' Townsbif Fair. An ad dress before tlie Far mers' and Mochaolc' Association, will be deliv ered on the last day of the Fair, at 3 o'clock, p. k. by Abbl Kkvm, Esq. By a vote of tbe Association, so mach of the by-laws as requires from duirymcn a statement in writing as to the quantity and quaiity of gross, temperature, ac, for keeping cows and making cheese, has been rescinded. Entry books will be kept open for the entry of all articles and st...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 24 September 1859

'"-! If a rfUTicn. It is in jilnrrs bnrcljr i,io enough at bottom for a carrinffo, atiti If two stton Ki rnpft hire its is rvarcelr noi- ;ii!e tht tlioy should pass. The length of linn r.nnon is a mile, and a half ; the de cent bnl!j lues tlitn 2,000 feet 5 the aide of this rood next to the water courne often fnrlowor than the other : the road bed Is On rnwlo of sharp-edged fragment! of lrokrn rock, hard enough tostand on, hard- r .till to back on. The heat in this barton on a Summer afternoon is intense, the inn being able to enter it while the wind It not. Two or three glorious springs afford partial consolation to the weary, thirsty traveler. I am con G dent no pas senger every rode down this rocky ladder : I truht that none will until a better road is nude here j though' a good road in such a rnleh is scarcely possible. Fifteen miles further, cross a pfuin and a lower range of bills, brought our maii-wagon at last, a bont 1 p. m. of its seventh day from Salt Lake uty, 10 THE HUM...

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