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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 1 October 1859

nn au 7 JJJJiUiLU JL Mo ietst .a.:ivc3 :ijl:exl:d. IiidoiDGii-ciGiat in cxll tlilngrs. si so iisr d rjs, isr ohl. AS LA WEEKLY mim-ir GRA VOLUME X. NO. XXXYX. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 510. TERMS OF 8UBBCR1PTION. Two Dollars per annum. If paid strictly In sdvancs $1 80. ADVERTISING. One tnnare ono week t 80 One square three weeks 1 00 one square three mos. 3 80 ne .quart six mos. 4 00 one square one year. 8.00 Two snnares three mo. f J M two squares si mos. 8 00 two squares one year four squares one year hlf column one year 8 00 12 00 25 00 8 00 Business Cards of not over si line per year Twelve lines or lass of thl. site letter make a square. Obituary Notices of more than five Tine, unless of general interest, will be Inserted at the Mme rate an advertising matter JOB PRINTIKC ol every description attended to on call, In the moat tasteful manner, St. Peter's Church, Ashtabula. -IMES OF DIVINE SERVICE, fcc, DURlNCTNEXT WEEK 'Sunday, being 1Itii S...

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. — 1 October 1859

Ijndjr Ye, nd rn.c;o. Cook Knrl!sh Insotm nt hotne T T,rn!y (smilinjr) Yes nod a lii;h stoop. I'ook You don't make a practice of coming into llio kitchen, I hope ; I never illovr n liidv to Interfere In the kitchen t'urir p!aco is the parlor. . Lmly (with some resolution) I mnst retain the privilege of going into my own kitchen. . Cook Oh, of conr.oyon con come In to give directions about the dinner, or such like I shouldn't mind that, llnsband late to dinner often T Lady Sometime I'm afraid. ' Cook Oh, that's too bad. Do yon hove touch company ? Lady Not a preat deal. Cook Well, I'll come for uine dollars a month. . Lmly That's a high price (hesitatingly. Yon have recommendations, I presume! Cook, (handing out a crumpled paper) Thai's my carrockter ;but 1 suppose I've as good a right to ask for yourn. Uow nm I to know where I'm going? Lady (not noticing the last remark) did yon leave yonrlnst plaeo T Cook You see mem, I was too good look ing ; when I opened the front door folks too...

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. — 1 October 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. Holding of Fairs. Orwell, October 4th, llh, and 6lh. Lake Coonte, October Jlh, flth, end Till. Trumbull County, Ootobcr lath, 13th, and 14th. Township Fair. The Fair of the Farmer and Mechanic' A tociation, wns to bave commenced oo Tuesday, but the weather wag too forbidding for outdoor business, and seemed well calculated to quench expectation and dnsdi all hopes of an exhibition. Wednesday morning, however, brought signs of promise, and an effort to redeem the lime was as earnest as it wns refreshing and praiseworthy. Though much labor wag crowded into a little time, and consequently less opportunity for cour teous attention In the receipt and entry of arti cles, and perhaps less completeness iu the order and arrangment than could have been desired, yet the exhibition was a gratifying success. The ofllcres of the Association did their best, and their lubors were something more than pass time, the collection of articles was on a very liberal ecolo g...

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. — 1 October 1859

1O0Tai ii STIons THE uiiDEU OK 1 II K MY 1 He IMert j;i-:k0!d 7X9. Till mfcmriJjmi wlslt lo , rail the attention of Ilia a-.M,c to Hie Iset, ttml t)i-y I re tn lit Msrkcl and IHs.lv lo uniplv t!ie wanta D . 1 of those who wish, with real ln4 l.ooda, usually V-k kept In tli'lr llneoftrade. Ready mud. and also to order 01 a tVewd1 teehjr, M cheap a. out rfniptttnni. Tliy intend their er.nf ml1 not be whit kelilnd, both M rt efuVy anrl ftcsirty t rosnofVjliir. of the kind of stork they wot it. 1 liev ssv nothing more than they intend tnfnmlsh th. h".t the nitultet sOnnta, whether lb on kind or tht oilier, IB they perrhas. for nub, and are not conrtne to m awk.t for Supplies. A mvng the" arttMes to he ronnd, sea th. frUowInt l Gents FVenr falf Boots, K I Hoots, all kinds. Coarse kip Boots, r.lf Hiogsn Hhoea, Calf Oxford Shoes, Dents hlirh out Pstent Cnne-rese tisltera, elea Uie ordinary Cnwirre'e, (iattera. .ottaWa or lhi Summer trad. Boy's Dnntk and Khoas, avispted t i mxia. Aiaa a nit...

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. — 8 October 1859

t A SI TIB TT T EM J- Jjj inaepenaent in. ctll tuixigs. JjA. TILEGEI .1 W VOLUME X. NO. HI. ASHTABULA, 0., SATUEDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 511. TERHI OF SIBSCniPTIOJt. Two Dollar, per uiun. If paid strictly in advance $1 N. ADVERTISIKO. On sonars on week t M On. square three weeka 1 00 no square thrc. mos. 2 60 ne square nix mo.. 4 00 on. wiu.ro one year. 0 00 Two sonares three mot. 1 M two iwUAr. six num. 6 00 two timrt one year 8 00 four square, on. year 12 00 half column oo. isar 26 00 Business Card, of not over li line. pel fear g 00 Twelr lino, or len of tbl. aiM l.tier make 1 square. Obituary Nolle, of more than Are tinea, onles. of general loUr.il, will be Iniertod at tbe suii rate at advertising mattar " JOB PIU.VTIIVU. t every description attended to on call, In the moat tasteful manner. SU Peter's Church, Ashtabula. tlME3 OF DIVINE SERVICE, kc, DVPJNO NEXT WEEK fvmftiy, being 17th SrsOAT apt Tbinitt. Morning Service at lVhm a. at. Evening Service at 2ra. JA...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 8 October 1859

.WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTAUULAt fatartfay Mof ftlng, October 8,1855. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Crrrr-Wll3m fieir Jr for gnpn. Jf William T. Okdraa, jrK Nri-Italri W. Taylor. rr riw a ifri r. atem. w ttemtnf mt AeMleem P. Raeeell. l"r PnWe K'r Jeha B. Grrtrr. rr Caianew -Aw.pm Inrlk. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. DISTRICT AND COUNTY TICKET. yf SrniU&r Stthm V, Morn. tiri tf EfnktmH-- KrMtu ape-near. fr Rrr""1't'r A hr 1 Krimi Fm XAn-uT William llradrf, r Prr Juifft Henry Faeeett. Ji 7Wwrr if. E. FrrnrK. fpr Prm. Jtumif Jahia Q,. Ftrntn .rr BwaraW Jbim WMIatn. Ir CbiptpMr-Jahm II. KllbnrM. J"r Injirmm-f IHrtriTi, P. Ka.taaan. Election. NextTuesday is flection day, Whatew may be tha result of this strug gle, hich we contemplate with confidence, the doty of ecry Totcr is plain so far as it relates to the simple fact of votinjr. No man can stay away from the poll?, and shirk the duty of depositing his ballot, without incurring a responsibility that no citizen of a republic like this a go...

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. — 8 October 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. Corrected Premium List. ClaM IX Hmlih Walker. 2d premium milch cow. Clar XVI 0 W iHckinton, Ut premi um on ailver ware. II A Marsh, IhI premium on rhoogrnph. Cla. XVII MiM Isidore Ilolbrook, lt premium Lamp malt Clnn XXI Stiiiih Walker, lft prvminiu oo cheese. J iidge W ili'er ffinimences court in Lake coun ty next wrk WediMtiiloy. "Hfw we print Wr," as our devil aald when be gut np tm late for brcukfust. Mr. G. TI. Burnum. or An-tlnhnrf; hi been ppnirted School Kxntniner in the place of Mr. Geo. McMillen, removed. Some Tatrr ! A. TOxhannock potatoe left at our office by Tho Gibson, weighs only two pounda five ounces R'porttr. Messr. Inoham A Braqo, at 191 Superior st. Clevelund, will hereufter hnve cliurye of the Law Book business of C. H. Parsons, who will keep lull and select assortment or luw books. AcKNHWLKDaRMKNT. We omitted to mention last week the receipt of a pren.ium boquet from Mrs. Demit L'heknky. During the present week, we have also to ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 8 October 1859

OOTS A SHOT'S THE OllDEU W '( ' ' K I'AT ! .'r.rV. Ulo-kOIdlX 0. fMhhp to ih lft, hat tl r I ear In ll, MftrVrt nt V'nty to mijT'l tl wnta i n tlioiw wr.fi wMi, With M'.i (ino'H itntn)y " V fcpt In their lint of tmt. . muta Bt.d hIro to oi(lir ol m Gm-j. tynWiy, A M vbenji M "ir mmilitorn. TIit tnt-nH thrtr ttinp dim 11 tvi. ) ft wlilt ),.,, Iwtt, M tr mttitfvnnA brnwtf In miMifVri.ir of tit himfo of itork Utr wrlr. Tr.4v Mr n.M).nr nmr Ihin ihrx tniwid to furnish th rWt th mm k-t RfTnnln, hft.tv-T lit oir kind or th olht"r, m thT furr.liiwt fiir mhIi, um. r wit euDfln4 to on mtkt fur A mo n rt.cJ to h (SmiA'i t fi, fMlnw.nr . Ootn lrnrh Nlf Pientn, Ktn Root, M klnilft, roan Ktft Hoot, ft. if Hmirin Mho I'alf Oxfttrtt Pht, Gnti hlrh Wit Pn.t-n Conrrrwi (JHr, alM tt- rr1t.ry CoripfMi 4ltr. nltnl for tin Snmfnftr tm.rf. Boy'i boot mk, Hhoaj, impt4 t Hi Also a nlot arifol of Oxford Tie. To Thi Ladiki 1 II. wtfb In that they nn Wipr-ly yoa with Gaiter a$ good and a$ Cheap m mn V fm,n4 I...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 15 October 1859

ASHTAB A ELY W T im it mm mi a ttmTt- 33"r jrvnvLES zfuditiid. VOLUME X. NO. XL1I. ASHTABULA, 0., IncLependent in ctll tlilng-s. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1859. SI SO TINT AIp-V-AJSrOIIL WHOLE NuSiRSliT TKIIMS OF KIBSCniPTIOJf. Two Dollars per annum. 11 psld strictly In tu" " M. ADVERTISING. On. square on. week $ 60 tin. .1)111 three weeks 1 00 no squsre- three mo. 2 60 n. square six nio. 4 Oil on. equate one year. 6 00 I Two euusies tnrwmoi, 3 80 two Miurr. "i Dion. 0 uu two squares on. yesr a uu four sua'es on. tenr I'i w I, sir column on. jeu 26 00 Bualn.a. Cards of not over 1 line. pet year a oo Twelve Hum or l.n of this slse letter make . square. Obituary Notices of more th.n Are lines, nnless of general Interest, will be inserted t the -.amei ate as advertising uiattei JOB PRIXT1XO. I every description attended to on Mil, In tb. moat tuUful uauuer. 6U Fetor'. Church, Ashtabula. TIMES OF DIVINE cEluTusTiiT-, DlltlNQ NEXT WEEK Stxlty, bf inif 18th Sixiiat atr Tbisttt. Homing...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 15 October 1859

"WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. A S II T AJI U 1 A Fatnrdsj lorr.itOcttibrr 15, 185!). Vot Of AstitAttVi. Township. The Tote (if tbil township given at the present elec tion, we give In full, m a muttor of convenience for future rt:fertnce. It will be eeo that our entire rote, whhh Is 400, l 20 more than l was t the gubernatorial election of two ycare ago, oil 128 greater than lut fait, for Supreme .Ja.!h'0. Our oppouenU, though 3 Totes strong er than in 1857, have fallen short of foot falls) ote, 9 otes. Though we bare not polled our full strength, the result is uot at all discoarng. Ing. Our friends should not, however, allow themselves to full into the habit of iodifTu'cnce about the discharge of duty. Township Vote. Krura - 230 Representative Blakeele 104 Henory .249 StrW McMillan M Fassitt S72 Judp NorrU 101 H'hitroor Sufl Recorder Ballard. ...... 102 Trench 205 Treasurer Adams ........ 104 Farmer 294 Trot. Attorney Bhennan ...... 102 Kllborn 2US Comrotiaionar Ashley 101 Kastinan oR9 Inllnn...

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. — 15 October 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. Wi learn by tlie Superior "Chronicle" of the 24th olt., that oor former townsman, W, Nst TLtTON, hu been ooniinntcd Tor Ilia Assembly. by the democrats of tbe North Shore. Ilia lection Is mU to be a foregone event. Error. Tne time itmde by Oi pt. Wkll, to Boston, should have been stated at 24 days, In stead of 26, as it appeared in the Telegraph of last week. Inoham k Hraoo. send us the Dime Speaker, Dime Melodist, and Dime Song Book, all well adupted to their particular field, and ure to be had on reasonable terms by the trade These gentlemen huve tnken into their employ, Mr. A. H. Stockwkm, who will supply their publicn tlo'm, as well as those for which they have the agency, and school books generally, at the trade prices. Mr. Ktockwcll will also meet any do mauds in the paper line, on the same terms. Smith's New Brick Stores are now fully in closed, the tinning of tho roof being about completed under tho direction of Mr. Cyrus Avery, with Geo. Hub...

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. — 15 October 1859

GUTTA PERCHA. In ltd mule Mfttp, Unfit, rercha hi tiJ ros?mllntico whatever to India Rubber, nor are its cheroicitl or mechanical proper! lea the iame, nor dors the tree from which itia taken biloitg to the same family of tree, or grow in the lame soil ; yet, from the fact that it cannot be dissolved, a wrought into water-proof wore, many, not inform ed upon the auhjrct, have inclined to I he belief that the two material are identical ly, or very nearly the same. But nothing could be mere crroneona, as may be seen by the following comparisons ! Outta Tercha is produced from the Iso , tiamlra or (Jntta tree ; iaassp of brown lnh color which, when exposed to the air, solidifies, and forms the Gulta Tercha of commerce. It is a fibrous inateriul, much ' resembling the inner coat of white oak baric, is extremely tenacious, and without elasticity or much flexibility ; may be melted and cooled any number of times without in jury for further mauufactare ; is rot ,. injured by coming in cont...

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. — 22 October 1859

1TA IrLcaoiDGXiciezit in ctll tilings. SI SO I3ST .IDV 1ST OXO; VOLUME X. NO. XLIII. i l i l i l ii ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 513. AS! B .LA WEEKLY TELEdjRAPII TGHMI OF ftlBftC IUFTIOX. Two Doltara pr mourn. If paid strictly In advance 1 (0. adveiTtisijjo. One square one wees $ ftu 1 wo aoueies three mos. $ 2 R0 One square three weeks 1 00 Iti squares six nms. 6 00 onweqnaie three mos. S 60 two sqnsris one year S 00 n square six nioe. 4 Wi four i"eree one ear la 00 em square one year. 0 00 half column on jaar Ht 00 Business Cards of not over sla tines pei year g 00 Twelve line or leva of this Ua letter make a aquart. Obituary Notice of mora than Ave lines, unless of general tatereet, will be Inserted at tin unie rate as advertising niattet JOB PIUNTIKG. el every deeerlptloa attended to on call, In tin owst tasteful uiaunar. SU Patau's Church, Ashtabula. TIMES OF DIVINE SEIu7cTTc, DURING NEXT WEEK fsawsy, being )8th Sr.tnar jiftxr Thixitt. Mornin...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 22 October 1859

Fsjm Punt w Miukwota. A rorreppoDd tut of llio C'lilcar Pirns and Tribune, writ ing from t'L Authonv, Mino., gives tlio follow. Inrr ccot of ippech modo bj Hod, F. 1. Ilulr, Jr., of Missouri, t that place t Blair di'trnsetl a very largo audience in titii eily on Kiitimlny evening, and his ix'eeh wa one of tin boldest and most ad mirable antl-slivcry effortg wo hare ever fioard. His expose of donglifaceisra and derungogaeisin of tbo Infinitesimal Giant wac complete acd triumphant, and brought down tbe l)OU8e with peal, on peal of Iangbter and applause. At the close, a gentleman in tho audience rose and said Hint it "had been charged by b Hunker press, that Frank Clair himself held Blares," and if bo would not consider it an impcrti dc:ico, the autlienco would like to be cnlight enetL Mr. lMnir replied that be was era Imrrassecl to find that tbe Democracy would not permit hin to "form and regulate bis own domestic institutions iu bis own way, subject to the Constitution of the United ...

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. — 22 October 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. Iltoicoitr Num. A few buphels of the best quality of Hickory Nuts, frco from Bull or Hog nuts, will be taken in payment for new or old subscriptions to the Telrgrajh, at' 5 or 6 billings, according to quality. Also, limited amouut of Chestnut, at the market prices. FfsmvAi,. The Ladies connected with the Baptist Ch'irch of Ashtabula, will hold a fes tival at the new Charcb building, on Wednes day Evening, Oct 26ih. The proceeds to bo devoted to the furnishing of the new churrh ediQce. Ampto provision has been tnndo, and all are respectfully Invltod to atteud. Doors open at 6 1 o'clock, F. M. By order of tho Ladies. "Mr. Camp, teacher of Vocal and Instrumen tal Music, will meet the singers of Ashtabula, and all interested in music, at Firemen's Hall, on Monday evening, Oct. 24tb, 1859, for rehear sal. A general attendance is particularly re quested. Tub Board or School Examiners will hold a meeting at Jefferson on the second Monday (14th) of November,...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 22 October 1859

aF-ww II II - 1 TfK ("! PFAT FITP. ANT) S-'FA SirKKFSS. 1 Ik b'I new tilings, much ropnOKtUMion of fnilur hn bvrn tfttiitired in with regard to tliii cn-cl. It is (sufficient that (lie is the largest tpuscI in tho world for people to find out all tti borteiiinp. possible But there is one tiling which if aha aci'omplish - will mnke op for all possible failure of another kind. If he accomplishes the. (Treat feat of enabling bad tailors to cross the ocean without being sick, (the will ret olutionize wa transit, increaging the amount of travellers frv.the anme proportion b fiiodorn railways compHred with the old Mage roaches. Pen iekiif--. Is induced by the Upheaving of the diaphragm In propor tion o the rising and falling of tho wes converts the vessel into amoving lever, up lifting Mem and siern alternately. Yet, atrntijje to say, there arc people to be found !io maintain that tho larger the vessel the mire she w ill pitch and roll. They forget that a large log is undisturbed by the r...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 29 October 1859

AS HTAB WEEKLY A rrn titf 1 JDjI JU-U;iTU- iliio IxideiDejicierLt in cull tlxlng-s. si so ikt vjmst om, VOLUME X. NO. XL1V. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 514. tf.rms or Bt BSCniPTIOir. Tw Dollari per annum. Jl paid strictly In adranc I CO. ADYRnTMING. ' On squar oni week $ AO On smear three week 1 OH 0n ftqiinrf three mos. 2 AO n square six mo. 4 00 ont square on. year 6 00 Two square three mo. 2 f.0 two square six moa. 6 00 two square one year 8 00 four squares one year 12 00 half rolumn on. year M 00 Business Card of not oreralx lines pet year 8 00 Twelr line, or less of this elz tc'ter make a iuare. Obituary Notlcra of oior titan fire lines, nnless of penernl nUrest, will be innerted at the w rate a advertising matter JOB I'HlNTliVG. " el or.ry description attended to on call, In the tnoit tasteful manner. 6t. Peter's Church, Ashtabula. TIMES OF MV1NE SEllvTcric!, Dl'RlNG NEXT .WEEK Snoday, hclne IBth Sixpat Arrrn Toinitt. Morning Service at 10, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 29 October 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, A S II T A IV U LA' I' galnrda'jSIornliii70f(?)l!fr29,185!). Ei.kctions. The fuller rrfirrns of the Oclo ber elections only tmphtifiae the re snlta ftrst rr jort4. Pave California, which has not yet to ignored llie barbajlc elements of Us first set tlement by greedy gold-bnnters and desperate politicians of the slavery school, they confirm the. decadence of the democratic parly in all the free flats. The same policy which hns given Pennsylvania and will give New Jersey to the republicans In IS." 9' will give them the nation in tbe ensuing year. The victory In Iowa and Minnesota Is as complete as that in Ohio and Pcuusylrania, and the more purely lo cal elections io Indiana show that hilltcrtodem ocratlc or doubtful state feels the panic impul ses that Inspire the rest of the North. . Brnnkt and mk Dmioi-racy . -Wayward and erratic, sometimes opposing Ihc democracy, Bonnet and his paper have yet rendered more Substantial service to the democratic cause than ny other...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 29 October 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. IIickort NuTi. A few bushels of the beat quality of Hickory Nnfs, free from Bull or Hog nuts, will be laken in pnjment for new or ofrf subscriptions to the Telegraph, it ( or 6 shillings, according to quality. Also, limited amount of Chestnuts, at the market priced. Tin Board of School Examiner will hold meeting at Jefferson, on the second Mondoy, l4th of November, commencing at 6 o'clock, . m., and closing at 3 p. m. A 08 Dresskr, Clerk. By order of the Board. The trot at Spring l'ood, near Clove land on Wednesday afternoon, between Flora Temple and Ike Cook, resulted in Flora's favor. Time, 2:322 1 2:33 j 2:25. Nkw Ci.otiiino Stork. Attention Is called to the advertisement of M. Cacfsian, who bo taken a store in ITnlbert Block, where he will display a varied stock of rendy-mado clothing, 'with the expectation of becoming an Ashtabu 4a fixture. X). Gillktt hag now his Fall and Winter sup plies of Goods, and his readiness to compare qualities and pri...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 29 October 1859

Tnii Italians ami Gfumana Compared. In point of ii)t'l!i(noo, the middle mid lower rsnli In I Inly are much superior to the mine classes in tlcrtrmny, and, as fur its the charities of lite belong to the depart ment of ethics, in morels also. Stupidity, churlishness, and rtfleness nro as rare among the Italian pcnsantrjr, aw they arc general among the Orrnmns; and a fur th hotel keeper, trader, and vcrturini, hilin Itnly you may lie, flattered or ar gued by them into pay'niR a few gliilliiiRs above a , remonnble reckoning, you will in (lernmny be treated with boorish iiisolenoe, If you refuse to submit to nn extortion of asmnuy pounds. With respect to the ed ucated classes, the relative position of the wo nations is reversed, and the German is mpnrior to the Italian, in just the snnic proportion as hi advantages of education are greater. The reason of this lies in the ntcllectnul constitution of the races. The German is just what books and scholastic discipline make him, and in Germa...

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