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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 5 November 1859

AS nn a id WEEKLY iJD TELEGBAPE 33"5T X.Ajyr.IIlS 31.3133313. VOLUME X. NO. XLV. IzicLererLc3.Giit .in a,ll things. SI SO I3ST iDrwnsroiD: ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1859. ItrtTAT "n TTTirTnn rtr vr iiuiiii iNUMiiiilt Did. TKUMA OF SmsCRIFTIOlT. Two Dollar per annum. If pnld strictly In advance $1 60. ADVERTISING. One square one week $ 60 , One atpiare three weeks 1 00 'ona square three moe. 9 60 wne square six mns. 4 00 the square one year. 0 00 Business Cards of not orer nix lines pet rear TVelre lines or less of lhl size lei lor nmke a square. Obituary Notices or more tlian live lines, unless of general nterest, will be Inserted at the Mime rate as advertising matter JOU PltlNTIKu' ol t.it description attended to on call. In the most tasteful manner. Two squares throe mos. $ 2 AO two squares six nine. 6 CO two squares one year 00 four squares one year U 00 nan column one year 26 00 3 00 St. Peter' Church, Ashtabula. TIDES OF DIVINE SF.lt. K B, (to., DVIIIXQ NEXT...

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. — 5 November 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. ASIITAIlULAi Saturday Morn, tig, Nov'r 5, 1859. Job Brown'i Trial. The rvorts of this trial, which has been on for mora than week past it Ultarlestown, V. ara loo voluminous fur oar limits, but there) ara 10010 portions of the proceedings, which in Justice to oar readers wc, ranuot exclude. It li well known, we (appose that the court hat shown Brown but little of the fairness, or accommodation which is usually extended to criminals, and more especially to tnoss whose lives banjr npon the Issues. Brown telegraphed to Cleveland for counsel, bat the coart refused to defer proceedings, and assigned him counsel. The trial went on until the evidence for the prosecution had been taken. Do the 29th, several witnesses were called for the dttfetiW, and not answering, Mr. Brown arose from bis mattress, and, evidently excited, stand ing 00 his feet, addressed the Court as follows : May it pleas the Court I discover that not withstanding the assurances I have received of 1 fair ...

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. — 5 November 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. An Ari'iiKKticK to the Printing Business, , Wanted attliis tdke Immediately. TiiUMtuir. Hie 24tb of November, lion been designated by Oor. Cbasc, asthe day of Tbunks givii'g; lu this State. Notice The Assistant llisliop of Ohio will (D. V.) hold his Brut visitation of 8t. Peter's Church, Ashtabula, on Sundoy, the 13th da of November, being the Twenty-first Sunduy after Trinity, 1850. Morning prnyer at 10 A. M Krenlng prayer nnd confirmntion at 3 P. M. Ci.opr or thk Year. -We arc fust opproach ing the close of tho yenr, and tlio settlement of all unpnid iiibst-riptinns is a matter of prime necessity, to which we trust onr subscribers will Rive their prompt attontion. It is not only desirable to settle subscription, but all other billp, advertising, job work. Ac. Those who have agreed to pay us in wood, will do us a favor by bringing along enough at least for present nse, as our supply is nc;irly exhausted, and tho steady step of winter admonishes us o...

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. — 5 November 1859

Th following comranii'Uon wns hand ed in noma vtt k or twa since, tut litmng fcetn toWaid, rested tn qnict leclufslot. until this time.. . ' ' " , FLOWERS. THE IMPORTANCE OF THEIR CULTURE. , ........ Hnw .KlfMI.W swwt - v'-- TMs rtsli rt(ilj of T, . "I Ms airy will of rmfrranc, 80 loralr o th an a, - AnA ta tbt mum n iwprt t" , " " Flowers." soy some. " Tbo cuUivrUion of flower, of what use? It pi res us uciili r meat, drink or clothing." , " ' "VTi'll, siippOHing it does not. Slinll we tiCTcr turd our thought to anything lesliU those productions of the earth which otily keep soul and body together ? Is there no ' mind to feed and delight! Shall we al ways be plodding 7 Will it always be the Inquiry, "Whut shall we eat and drink, and wherewithal be clothed ? " Must care nd business always engross t ho whole mind ? The earth, and sens and skies are full of the wonders of God's beautiful creation. Shall we close our eyes, stop our ears, and be dumb, when there is such an endless profu...

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. — 12 November 1859

ASM TJB LA WEEKLY nnirn MI'-' JULO ':!., IT II? a B A 1 .33 "ST JAMES IRJEffilD. .VOLUME X. N0..XLVI. ASHTABULA, 0., Independent in aU mines. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1859. si so. iisr advancjb. 1 WHOLE NTTMircft-.'i W TERMS OF St B RlPTIOW. Two DolUrt per tntinm, If paid strictly In lTan $1 60, ADVERTISING. On pqnar one wwk $ 60 One trquftr thw wrkn 1 00 Tiro qiinT thrmoe. $ 2 M two minnrffl W mo. 6 00 ne emmr throe mot.- S 60 two imr? one yr 8 00 eqtiKnfl one year 12 00 half column one tear SA 00 ne equare nix mo. 4 00 ne equart one year. 6 00 Baitneea Cards of tint ovrlx 11 n pel year I 00 Twelrt Unei or Im of thin tze letter make a tauaro. Obituary Nntiree of more than At linen, nnlpRH of general Dtereat, will oe ineerted at the unw rate u adTerttfdng matter JOB PRINTING. t irery dMerlpt.on attended to on call, In the most tuteful manner, St. Fetor's Church, Ashtabula. TIMES OK DIVINE S KRVItB, c, DURING NEXT WEEK StmlUf, being 21T SrutnAV Arras Tamir Bishop" Vlsttatlnn Mo...

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. — 12 November 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. ASH TAi: U L A i tariaj Blonde;;, Ntn'r 12, 1859. Thanksgiving. PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR. Fo. asstrrrl m the General Affcrabty of Ohio, by t Joint resolution, adopted fit their Inst les- ion, rrnneited me to eppolut a dJ tf TfMxis vtrta am Prate to AiMMirrf Jon, I Lcra by Jrnvimlo and ret sport Thw-rssler, tfce f tt. day T ttnkr, 1 i5t, ta be devoted lit tho People of thli Slat to thw tarn J dfttlti And I rwrrectfully rpe all rirtaen that, titling aside ordinary buai Hftt, they tuseatble on tliat duy, tn their respec tive p'riccs af pnbllc Worship, ind offer unftlgn d 'fhatiis to the Ueateiilt Father Tor all the fcle-jaftiga wherewith Ha hath blessed m as a Notion, at a State, sud as Individuiil.; and that they join to those offering; of Gratitude and Praise their fervent prayer that lie will cootin e and multiply Hid grace and favor npon us and Upon oar land; that our Institution! mny be es tablished ! righteousness; that wisdom and knowledge! mny be the stabil...

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. — 12 November 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. Am A ppbkkticr to th Printing Business, wanted at this ofiics Immediately. Tim BoAitn op Scnooi. Examikkbh will hold meeting at JeflVrion, on 1 tie second Mondav, 14th of November, commencing at 6 o'clock, a. m., and closing at 3 p. m . Amos Dremkr, Clerk. By order of the Board. Tn Farm ten's Bank or Ashtabula declored a dividend of Gv per cent, on the 7th Instt pay able on the 9th Instant, The reliable, ateady coarse of business pursued at thia Institution, and the uniform courtesy met with in ita duily transactions, speak well for Ita management, and wartyit the confidence felt In it as well by ita stockholders, aa the commnnity. 3 The Rev. N. P. Bailey, I astor of tlie rresbyterinn Church of Painesville, who for several mtmths has been so mach ont of henhh as to be obliged to withdraw entirely from the duties of his office, has so far regained his health as to t able the last Sunday morning to resume the occupancy of his Tulpit. Mr. Bailey has "be...

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. — 12 November 1859

From the Cincinnati Commercial. From the Cincinnati Commercial. Jerry the Giant Killer. BY MOTHER COOKE. Who killed the Little Giant T , L" liiJ Jprrj IMuck, "My pamphlet broke his beck, 1 killed the Little Giant." ' vi m him' din f ' ' -l," esM Oortrge Hugh, With a hellnbello, , i ! caw bini tii." . . Who troT fcfs shromf f i,"- snitl Seward Hilt, ."' . In the irrppnniM mill,' I o bis shroud." Who diir hi grsve f "1," Mid lorijf A he, "Wuh tnj shovel snd spade, I dug hi grave." Who carried him to the Tombs f "I," said the Convention. 'Hit name I didn't mention, 1 carried 4iin to tb Tombs." Who was chief mourner T "l, aid John Forney, "On that (loroful journey, I was chief fiKiorner, Who was the parson f I,"aid Ward Hcecher, The Hepuhliran preacher, "1 was the parson." Who played the dirge T "I," suid the Il'irprr, , "In my copyright hnrpTr 1 played tne dirge." Who tolled the bell "I," said Charles Sunnier, "Let him qniet-ly slumber, - I tolled the bell. And the vile demagogues Stoo...

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. — 19 November 1859

Y jGRA B JLLJJ11I JLi 0 JAMES .3333XD. IrLdeiDericLont in ctll tilings. $1 SO IIST A.XD "V A NOE. VOLUME X. NO. XLVII. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER 517. ASHTAB ..j A wirnim TEL1 TERMS OF BUBSCBIPTIOI. Twa Dollars per iniram, If paid strictly In advance $1 M. ADVKRT18INO. On annare on. week I to One sonar, three weeks 1 00 one sonar, three mot. S 'O ene square nix mm. 4 ene square on. year. 6 00 Two sqnarea three mo. $ 3 50 two squares nix mo. 6 00 two nonares on. year nor ftrpiArrn one year ft 00 13 00 26 00 8 00 nan column one year Boiln.M Cards of not over six linen per year Twelve llnei or I.m of this nlie letter make a square. OMtaery Notices of more then Ore lines, unleeft Of general nterent, will be inserted at the Mine rat. as sdrertising matter JOB PRINTING. I every description attended to on call, In the moat tasteful 8t Pater's Church, Ashtabula, rims or divine service, to., during next week Sena's, being 22D SrtRDAT aptkr Triritt Mornin...

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. — 19 November 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. ASIITAUULAi Safnrdftj-l.IorD.ng, Nof'r 19, 1859. Ir)Orrm or Ck. Peon. Tlie Oencral on til way to Sou Joan, to look after the futa of that lilllo Island, arrived at Son FrancWo on BuDiluy tlio 16th, find a general commotion among the citiiseua, soldiers, and saltpetre, son oronR metal, and more sonorous brains, wns the result. The Habbath seems to have been em phatically objerved, literally and forcibly ex emplify'),) tho sentiment that the Sabbath wns made for man t Monday wms spent by the Generul In receiving his friends, and at C p. ni. ht took steamer fur Pugct Sonnd. Utah. Tbe federal Judges and Tprrltnriul Secretary, have oil left tbfe Sodom In disgust, virtually admitting that Mormonism on its own dung hill is a full match for locofocoism. The coarse of justice appears too obstructed to suth an extent, that assaftsinntion and murder, though of common occurrence, goes wholly uu wbipped of justice, federal troops, though at hand, are so hampered by instructions ...

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. — 19 November 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. An Apprentice to the Printing Business, wanted at this office immadiatelT. OAosts Abodnd. Soma of oar East Villago neighbors for gome days end nights pa.t, have been a little exercised by the presence, or sup posed presence of ghosts, or super-tinman agen cies in their midst. The scene of these irregu lar manifestations, Is a tenant house of D. IT. Faroo, Esq., occupied by a family named Ham mond. This family bare been the especial vic tims of these annataral presences. They have been much terrified by sounds, and even sights, as the story goes, of a very unearthly character by the rattling, nnnccouotable opening, aud slamming of doors, after every precaution had been taken to secure and moke them lust. These fears, and the startling stories that they gave rise to, led to the adoption of means for ascertaining the cause of such proceedings, and to settle the question of ghostly presences. Men of nerve pot their vigilance to the test in eary watching ...

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. — 19 November 1859

First Love. X saaidfn once 1 chanced to know, With beauty superhuman ; " Iler voice m Rfntle, soft and low" Thai "txcelleut thing in woman." VTa traced topethcf moantain streams. And, when tha stars wore shining, V talked of poetry and dreams Their mysteries divining. 1 Ml that lute no grief could give Like paiwioa nnreqnllted, And that I could no longer lire Unices we were united. 1 breathed my vow -her hand I pressed , Whilst she, Ler eyes everting, Br-tnrned the pressure, and cotfiensed , That abo whs oult flirting I Parched Cora and Honey for Hogs. A correspondent of the "Highland Dem ocrat," published nt Peck. ski II, New York rtomslies thnt pnper with the following coin nimfciktion: A few years bro I clinnced in Albnny to meet a farmer who is noted for raising no minally heavy hogs. The year before ho liad brought to market one weighing over 100 pounds, and said that year he should have one of 900, or near that mark. As there always seems to be a cause for every effect, I was ...

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. — 26 November 1859

AS nn a id imim nnun LA KLY W iTTlPI TD A TTbTTTT ' JDJJUJILWlViF-Mo Da aw at 1 a. a a a . a i e e - ' ,, , , . . ""',.,,,. - " I, "' ' ,, ,' . . i .. - " ' ' "" .", , . ""' .,.'"" ' " """ 11 " -i..- . . - - - , .., r I, m,- f - - 1 33"" 'FCEJEHD. Indendent in CU.1 tliln.es. si go -AJD"VA:iXrcaiI VOLUME x7nYlYIII. ASHTABULA, 0., SATUBDAY MOBNING, NOVEMBER 2G, 1859, "" . WHOLE NUMBER 518 ' . TKIIM8 OP Bl llSt R1PTION. Two Dollara per annum. If paid strictly In advance i W. . . ADVERTISING. One aqnar An week $ 60 One square three weeks 1 00 one square three mni, 2 60 ne square nix mna. 4 00 ne equare one year, e 00 Two ennarea three mn. $ 2 CO two eimre sla nioa. 6 00 turn sipiarea one year 8 00 four squares one year 12 00 half column on year StA 00 Business Card of not over al Hn per year Twelve ltnea or lea of thla sisa letter make a aqnare, 3 00 Obituary Nntirea of more thse nre lines, unless of general ntereat, iil be inserted at the mm rate aa advertising matter JOB PRINTING. I e...

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. — 26 November 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. A 8 11 T A U L A i Saturdaj attorning, Nof'r 26, 1859. Oct Nmoiisom and tdi Laki Shore Road. The cilicen or Cnntiraat hare by wveral ' oVpnlalions, laid their gri vinr bt fore the Fresiilcnt of tli Company, and appealed for relief, and their hop in, thai when the Bonrd of lireclri meat, and tha mutter shall be laid be fore them, some fayorublo artion n.ny result. The clnlmi of these deputations, at we under, lund, ar, that the Company nhotild include them In the accommodation, although the re ceipts should not be sufficient to meet the ex penses cf snch accommodation--that the true policy, and tie interest felt by Conneaut and Kingsrilie in common with other towns along the line in the welfare of the Company, were matters that seem to forbid that they should be held foron lndiiduul remunerative, traffic. This erpnmont is met by the reply that the tendency f soch a policy would be to fritter away tbe revenue of the compnny, and if jiiatifinblo at a!!, could only be ...

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. — 26 November 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. Ax A prn.it otic t to the Printing Business, wanted t this office Immediately. PmirATiow. On Tnvsdajr the 29tli inet. the Dew meeting bouse of the First IlnpttHt Chnrch and Society, of this place, will be iloilicate to the worship of God with appropriate services. The slips In the First Baptist Cbijrcta of Ashtuhola, will he rented for the ensuing yenr, on Wednesday, Not. 30ih, at 1 o'clock T. M. All who desire to secure scats, aro invited to be present. Noticr. The flecretaryaf the Farmer's k Mechanic? Association gives notice thnt the Association will meet at the oQlco of Jmle Fassett, on 8aturday, Dee. 8d, at 2 o'clock P. M., and requests that all who have accounts (fainst, or premiums due from the Association, Jn money or poper, to call on the Secretary and get their orders, before tho above meeting. Rrnino ok ah Enoink. While on a trip to Cleveland the other day on the "Aslitubula Ac commodation," C. L. Morrhocsb, Esq., Capt'n, and Ezra Mii.i.kr...

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. — 26 November 1859

I Wish I was an Editor. I wih I was an ! lior, I rfnll do Indrrd j It Kf vim to me that Kditort (it evervtliiiiji; llicjr need. 1'hrj got the Wpeent nnrl the best Of evciyUiing that urowg, And (rtft in frf to circu'!i. And oilier kind of shows. Whn the mammoth cheese Is cut, Tlrj always (fi't a slice, For saying Mrs, Smith knows bow To make It very nice. The Inrgest pnmpk'm, Innifest beet, And oilier kind of stuff", It blown into the sn net urn bj An cditoriid puff. The tSgrrat linrr will spenk to them, No matter how they dress A Kholibj coat ia nothing if Yon own printing pro. At Indies' Fairs tliej'ro almost bugged Hy pretty girl who know Thnt tliey will crack tip everything The ladies Lave to show. And Urn thpy pet a blow out frco At every pnrty feed ; The reason is because they write And other people read. Speechifying. We once heard a man nay that lie had great weakness for beef stunk." We know of no better word than "weukness" by which to designate the appetite, or pas sion, f...

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 December 1859

ASHTABULA WEEKLY mini? imn inijjjjiiiur RAPE VOLUME X. NO. XLIIX. ASHTABULA, 0., Iiado3pGn.cient in. xll tilings. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1859. SI SO I3ST 3D-VJ 1ST OHJ. WHOLE NUMBER 519, TKHMS OF svnmtniPTiojf. Two Dollara per annum. If paid strlcilj In admit ft 60, ADVKHTI8I3IO. Am iqnkrt on wwk $ AO t Two squares three mos. $ 3 AO One Miliars three weeks 1 00 one square three mo. 3 60 ne square nix nine. 4 00 one square one rear. 6 00 two euuaies all mod. 6 00 two squares one year n BO four squares one year 13 00 Lair column one tear 24 00 Business Cards of not overall lines pet rear 8 00 twelve lines or less of this size letter make a square. Obituary Notices of more than five lines, unless of general hterest, sill be Inserted at the Mime rate na advertising matter " job printing. . ol every description attended to on call, In the most tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. OP ASHTABULA. OFFICE HOURS From A. M. lo 13 M. atid From 1 to 8 P. St. Physicians. DR. J. C. HUDBARD, ...

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. — 3 December 1859

wii run t. i.i . i i i .a m i. , i tired to say one woti, except to preach Christ and pnrlty and manhood, and to re Join upon them faithfufiicss In every duty brloK'rtf? to their slat,-1 should be con rcioui that in doing this I wan lifting them tip higher mid higher, t shoold fV-el that 1 was carrying them farther and further to . ward their emancipation. There ia r dis agreement between the true spirit of eman cipation and the enforcement of every single one of the precept of the New Testa nieut respecting servants. 6. Tlie thing which shall lead to emanci pation nrg not ao complicated aa many people blimlly think. A few virtues estab lished, a few usages maintained, a few rights guaranteed to the stares, and the system is vitally wounded. The right of chastity in woman, the unblemished household love, the right of parents in their ehildren on these three elements stands the whole weight of society. Corrupt or enfeeble these, and there cannot be superincumbent strength. AVithhoIcJ...

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 December 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. At Apprknticic to the Printing Business, Wanted al this office immediately. roTtcTio Firs Co. No. 1. Tbe members of said company will toke notice that there will be a meeting of mid company at the Engine Room, oo Wednesday evening, December 7th. A Tall attendance ia desired, as bosiiiesa of im portance will come before tbe meeting. A. W. STEELE, Secretary. Thanksgiving. This very pleasant festival waa becomingly observed in thia place hy our business men and citizens srcnerollf so far as re- framing; from labor waa concerned, bat from mlsnnderstandtng, timidity or stothfiilness, or and from admixture of tbem all, the elergy took things very comfortably. The Episcopal being, we believo, the only one at which appropriate services were held. Turkeys, pomp- kin pies, and corn puddings, are indispensable j elements or this, now almost national reslival, and are in our opinion very well adopted to the and growth of the body, but they I re comparatively tam...

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. — 3 December 1859

lit uri, in utal. arw ivnuiiy; loi mii, nil mi , ly nil those figns ami unpices that Uo fori smils when lie jirppiircs Ills pcoplo to adTHiire. This work well liegnn, must n t go lim it. It must grow, like Kpriiir, in.ot Mlimnrr. Uoa wiil llicu jjito u mn uiu un hliout a wintiT. And heu uth a jiulilic urntiiDciit fill tlio North, fuomlfd npiiii religion, nml filled ith (earli's love to Loth the bond and the free, it will work oil over the continent, end nothing cau be hid from the shinning thereof. 3. 15y all the wnya tonaistent witb the fearless assertion of truth, we must maintain sympathy and kindness toward the South. W are brethren, and I pray that no fratri cide inBuenccf will be permitted to sunder this Union. There was a timo when . I thought the body of death would bo too niue.h for life, and that the North was in danger of taking disease from the South, rattier than they our health. That time has pone past. 1 do not believe that we shall be separated by their act or oura. ...

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