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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 10 December 1859

WEEKLY BET J 1 I 1 U X iio ASHTABULA, P.; InciGiDGxiderLt in cxll tilings. SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 10, 1859. $1 SO IN IDV-AtISJOJZ!., WHOLE NTIMBT1R 52(1 tithms. nv RiimntirTinx. I i ' Two pedlar ucr annum. If (mid strictly in advene f 1 60. . ., .,, . ADVERTISING" On square on week f AO Two square threemn. ! M Out aruar three week 1 0 twn iuas ail m 6 00 on entire thre man. 2 50 I two urM on year 8 00 niuir sis. inns. . 4 00 1 four squares one year la 00 on sonar on year. 6 00 1 half column one year M 00 Beet nest Card of not over s' lines per year I 00 Twelve lines or less ofthl" 'I" letter make a square. Obituary Notice of mnr than Bv lines, nnles of general (Merest, will be Imertea at me mum rai a aaveriistug mattei . JOB PRINTING. of vT7 description attended to on oil, In the most tasteful manner. 11 - . BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PARMERS' BANK OF ASHTABULA. OFFICE HOURS From t A. M. to 12 M. and From 1 to 8 P. M. Phyeleiaiis. DR. J. C. H UDBARD, Ashtabula, 0. 610 SALISBURY & H...

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. — 10 December 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. ASHTABULA: Satiirdnj Morning Dcc'r 10, 1859. Co.inrttR aosembled on Monday W, and tl.o lIooe cum to order under tbe Clerk of the W session, Mr. Allen. Tfc roll waa called, and 231 members aoiwered to their Barnes. Tba absentees were Meura. Btallwonta and LandrHm of Alabama; Brown and Adorn of Kentac, Ilamlmon and Rost of Arkatwaa, aod Hamilton of Tetas, The Home agreed to proceed to the election of Speaker, tha , and the namea of aome aiateea (rentlemen were offered by their friend, aa candidates for tkit offloa. A feiot wen made to adjonrn, but was withdrawn. The Tote for Speaker, the first in the alniggle, that Is, In cane Republican should be elected, to rhiver the Union, without postponement on accoant of weather, waa aa fullowi : P Herman, Jtocock trnw, llnteler . 11 la Phelr Gilmer Ne)wn Ad-atn Hill Hickman Pennington Mx.kin McQueen H. F. Clark Conrin Ko one having received a mnjority of the vote cast, Mr. Grow rose and expressing li is de aire in no way to re...

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 December 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. Am Apprentice to (he Printing Business, Wanted at this office Immediately. Til Leetare bjr A. L. Stan of Boiton, to which allanion was made last weuk, ie arranged for Friday evening the 9 th, at the Presbyterian Church at 7 o'clock. The suhject is "Home and Abroad,' tickets IS cs. Our citiisens, we presume could hardly be constrained to lose this lecture, and of course will all be present. " Who n that Bull Toi.i.ino Fob f " was the rather startled inquiry of many of our citi zens, as the solemn and measured tones boom I from the Iron-tongued monitor of the Or thodox Church, between 2 and 3 o'clock, on Friday afternoon of lost week. The coincidence of tolling out of the world a departing spirit of itself a common occurrence in our village- possessed at this particulnr juncture more than common interest. The mind at once reverted to the Virginia tragedy, and the fitness of the circumstance few knowing, or supposing that the two .'hings had any connect...

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 December 1859

A Thought. Tim rn tWs wet with summer roln, Or filM with nrly dow, i Klieils rubor perfume o'vt Bjfaln, ApI :lfMri wilU rvlir hue. Thn pearly drops thai light with! I is loafy chalice rest, ' But firsticr; beauties for it win, , ' Its fmgrAnfr charms attest, .. f-o rtcsrts bow;l down with prief snj care, " Or rualicd with liittor (jrief, r fclinw oleorcr what their virtues are, V tiil wailing fur relief; ""Eiu h tfiulor pang is sweet that springs From hearts by sorrow ritfenj If on its parting breath it brings Some doarer hope of heaven. , The Economy of Shelter. t .Sle'ter fs a want of tho first nccr-ssil jr lit- rmr cold Himnte, nd no farmer may nop. led Willi sufctj or economy many provi sions of this mituro. The furrucr needs n good house for the' comfort of bis family nnd himself, a barn to keep his grain and fodder from the weather, warm stables to protect his cattle from cold storms, sheds nnd cellars in w inch to keep his manure, and conrcnirnt out-houses to store his vehicl...

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 December 1859

AS AB W EE II iUJJJJlLl lQ O A FD1T VOLUME X. NO. LI. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 1859. si so nsr dvnoitu liUl. J JJI JH.hU- -lilt - JU'Jl-LJ WIIOLE NUMBER 521: : "l Two Dollar. jwV lum. If paid strictly In advance 1 60. .DVEKTIBUVO. On eanare on. wok $ 50 One eu,ur three week 1 00 on. nqgirt three mon. 2 60 n. square ( mi 4 00 . ens squer. on. year. 8 00 Two eqnares three moi. $ S tiO two U.rM sis nios. 6 00 two siieres on. year 8 00 four squares on. ytmr 12 00 italf column on. yen 26 00 Builn.M Card of not ott ail line per year S 00 Tw.1t. llnee or lem of Uil sle letter mak. a sonar. Obituary Notice of more than Ave linn, unless of general i otereat, will b. inserted at th. same rat. an advertising matter JOB PRINTINU. f every description attended to on call, In th. moat tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FAIUUERS' BANK. OF ASHTABULA. OFFICE H0UR8 From A. M. to 12 M. and From 1 to 8 P. M. Phwalclana. Pit. J. 0. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 610 SALISBURY & HUMPHRE...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 17 December 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. ASHTABULA: foiiirdnjr Mornli!?;, LVc'r 17, I85D. CosoRUt The lions baa mado do pro. grout ice our last towards an orgmiiiation. Another the Uiint ballottitig liiu taken place. It u ttao, bot Ike effect of that ba only bean to tliow to ths democracy tht probability of the choice of republican epeaker, and to In crease their determination to stave elf that re tail to the remotest verge of endurance). On Jlhe tucond ballot, which , we gave last week, it .will be recollected that Sherman, rep, had 107 Votea; Giuer, am., 22, aud Bococr, loco, 88 On the third trial, Gilmer, vote went down to 30, while Bocock held bis own, and Sherroau raa cp to HO, lacking 6 Totea of an election. Bioce this, the locoe have steadily opposed vot ing, while the republicans have done littlo else than to submit to this state of masterly inactiv ity. They have proposed a plurality rule, but without meeting with any favor. The opposition to gberniaa is not by any means owing solely to the Slaver...

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 December 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. AoKNOWLKnoiMKN, We cannot do less, we suppose, than to Bfmure those friends who have specially interested themselves In behalf of the Ttitgraph, that their kindness is fully appreci ated, and the success of their effort Is becom ing appartnt not only upon our subscription books, but upon that breeches pocket article, for which sow's ears are thought to be not well adapted. The present Is the season ,for begin ning subscriptions, and we hope to have many additions to make before the close of th year. Conneaut Train. Our disconsoliite neigh- bors, who la the erroneous estimate of tbeir consequence, were a few davs since deprivod of their pet Institution, have by its restoration re gained their wonted equanimity and elasticity of tomper. In this wo rejoice, and tender them our hearty congratulation upon the removal Of their one-horse reproach. We hold that toToo true philosophy which teaches always to rejoice Id the happiness ofour friends, even though ...

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 December 1859

Farming as a Vocation. T!ie lifo of llio farmer 1ms CTcr born Con-iil'-rdl by himself one of toil and drudgery, but with how ninch reason, it. may be well to kt.lt, to investigate, Anil to become atis fioil. It is the lot of man in general to have An occupation. A few born to wealth or titles, pursue no railing but that of plea sure. Sucb Isatl miserable lives and do little or no good in the world. It ! ap pointed unto all men to work. It ia neces sary to health strength, comfort and happi ness. But to work it is necessary to guide the plow or harrow, to wield the axe or scythe, to sow or reap. There are other kinds of work equally laborious and fatigu- i log, other occupations more wearing to the system, and attended with less pleasure In this country there are more men enga ged In farming than any other occupation, and in the rural districts, they coustitnto a large majority of the inhabitants, and as a consequence, see and know little of the drudgery of other occupations. In thei...

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

a IB i t t a wim im rm-im ajDuiji vviiiijjii ELY By,'JAMB3; :iR33IO. InaeipeQacieixt In all tHingrs. SI SO IKT TD-VA.:rsrOII). T0LUME1. KO.'LII. ASIITABULA, 0., SATPMAYMOMm WHOLE NUMBER 522? irirn w nix r!iiiirlllPTIOVi Two Dollars per umim. If paid strictly In adrne f 1 60. ADVERTISING. On eqnatynne wk I 60 One sn,unre three weeks 1 00 ne square tlire. mo. J (0 ne enuar. nix pin, 4 00 an. Muar on year, t 00 Two sqnares three mmi. $ J 50 two miinrea ' m 00 two km""" year fun r squares one year halt column om year 12 00 at 00 I 00 00 Business Cardi of not over lines per year Twelve tinea or tens of tbl t '-'"' "-" aquare. Obituary Notice, of m" than rive lines, unless of renersl I utere.t, will be Inserted at the n rate u advertising matter JOB FRINTINO of er.rj description attended to on call, In th. boat tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' BANK OF ABHTABlLAi OFFICE HOIKS Vrom 9 A. M. to 12 M. and From 1 to S P. M. Physicians. ITR. J. C. IlUBBAliD, Ashtabula, O. 510 HALl&a...

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

WEEKLY TELEGRAM ASHTABULA: Saturday MornlDTDee'r 21, IS:5X lUrcnucAw National Convention. -The Nationn! Republican Committee fcave fixed op em Jane 13th, 18G0, m the time, aud the City of Chicago the place, Tor holding thellppob licnn National Conrention to nominate candid ates for rreeidunt and Vice TrcBideut of ihe U. h' talcs. .TO THIS COMPLEXION DAVE Wa COM! AT LAST. Tbt frame of mind iu which wc God oar loco loco friendt, Is an index of their nneasineas within, and dissntisTaclioo felt for the position of tbeir party. The most composed and philosophi cal of our cotcmporarres, among whom we have been accustomed to number our fricud of tho Erie Obrerter, show aigus of irritation, and ap pear more ppnilng of common sense, a sclfcontrol control towards their opponents. They catch the tone and temper which has marked tho bearing of the party at Washington. Tho un tenable and tcvolntionnry position which has there beco assumed, and the necessary indueuce which that position is bavins...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 24 December 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. roni.to Schoou -The exercise at the ex. minaliont or oar Publio School, daring the latter prt of lost week, attracted a largo shore of attention, and were witnessed by numbers of onr citizens. Indeed the attendance wni so great, that the accommadolions were not suffi cient for those who wished to be present. The exercises were interesting, and creditable to the teachers and the direction. Tni Holidays are upon ng, and the expecta tions of the littlo folks are on tlp-t.fi "Old Santa Claus," will no doubt be op to his nsuul promptness, but aa times are bard, his Btores may not be equal to the demsnd, and papa aud mama's may be called upon to meet the defi ciencies. In this case they will find at onr ra ndy stores Chapman's and Dicks inexhausti ble supplies, at competition rates. If any of "ar readers are endeavoring to fix upon some really valuable New-Year present Tor lady friend, we would suggest that the .Ashtabula Agenry is supplied with a few of t...

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. — 24 December 1859

A PllTIClXTT ' OM Til Fr ART. Tift 1 nn, drtid South Carolina pnptr a few d liinc. Kut just licrc ft difTifnlij sneRrMs it ',( to a paper pnlilUhed t ItRlcigh in the ad joining SiiUe. The latter discover that ioath of Pcldwnro ttiere is not powder mill In the Union nor is titer.) nmnnfatorjr of nrnis or cannon Sonth of Harper's Ferry. Mow then will iho Snnth armf I?ut thera of the North! Not at ail, for she haa .truck for fion-lntcrcoarne with this flection. If Louit N'apoieon's proposition for a general Europe an disarmament ia consented to, perhaps they ean inaugnrata then their talked of direct trada by bnjing totue of the second hand gnna used in the lata Italian war. That patriotic body tht Southern Commercial Contention should meet at such a crisis as this and advise the Bouth what is best for bcr In the premises. Missionary MirriNO. A farewell mis sionary meeting was beld on Sunday even ing In New York 5n connection with the de parture for Shanghai, China, of Iler. Mr. Allen ...

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. — 31 December 1859

AS II TAB .jA WIEILY rm J . M iiJ ILU L1L voltjmex.no. LIU- ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING, Indeponclent m ctll tiling's. DECEMBER 31, 1859. si so iist lA-iDV-'isroin. WHOLE NUMBER 523. TGRMI OF Sl'BBCRIPTIOlt. Two Dollar! per annum. If paid strictly la advance $1 SO. ADVERTISING. On square on week t Afl One square three weeks 1 00 On square three moi. 2 60 ene square sis mne. 4 00 eoe square one rear. 8 00 Two squares three im, 1 M two aq'iares nix mo. 6 00 two an1""" 'r 8 00 four squares one year 12 00 half column one year 26 00 Business Cards of not overs!' lines per year t 00 Twelve linei or Ion of tbl site letler make a aquare. Obituary Notice of more than fire linea, nnlessof general t aterest, will be inserted at the umi rate aa advertising matter JOB PRINTING. of avery description attended to on call, in the most tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' BANK OF AIHTABILA. OFFICE HOURS , From A. M. to 12 U. aud From 1 to I P. M. Physicians. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula,...

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. — 31 December 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. A 6 11 T A 1! U L A ; Saturday Slornlnj, Dcc'r 31, I85St Ooio I.EUiSLATURt. Tbe Legislature of this Si a to comrrfDcn in ecasioa on Monday next (.'ongrkm. A. rklivoi of tlie President's Mospngts. hni at length been eftVcted, bat the lo bar! of the accouchmcot hare been protracted and tedious, and tlie dolitery somewhat ir regular one, as the Honse is not jet organized, and the bantling might as veil, so far as the character and authority of that body is con cerned, hare been made to see the light In the old wigwam of Tammany Hall, or in tin midst of the annual session of the N. York Tract So ciety. The announcement of its delivery, was tnade some days since, bat from the indifference with which it is regarded,, nobody has tak en the trouble to placo' it to the hands of I'm people, so that up to this time Thurs day dooo we had no-evidence of its a J vent but a meagre, and as usual, so far as the telegraphic manipulations are concerned mis erable By sepsis of it Nobod...

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. — 31 December 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. New Advertisements. f Jtroai FAi!TT Probate TJnurt. 5 if Rimn Bro, Palnesvllle--Sah. Blind mil Doom tf" Da). CLmt VioiUhly Visit. .-- t jr M. CArrpwAw Sailing elf at fust. " J" SftRKIVF Sat. 47ond Jk CliH':?q, Pastoral Visit Tl5 Mr-mis 6f Kc. J. M. 'Jillett will pujlilm tlii if Aannal Visit, on the afternoon sod evening of" Wednesday the 4lb day of Jan. next. r " Social 8oirr.-A Social Soiree of tho Uizern of Ashtabula, will be held ;t Smith' Hall on Monday evening the 2dof J annary. Dancing will commence at 7 o'clock, and supper to be served at the Ashtabula Hon, at half-past 9. i -Osbawattamib Brow. Frederick, the only surviving brother of John BroWn, deceased, and C. 0. Hudson, propose to address the citizens of Ashtabnla, oo he hre and early hiBtory or the old Roman, on Saturday evening of the present week, wither at Firemen's, or. Smith' ITall, as hall be decided, and announement made by hand bils in due time. Closk op tur YoLtiMit Willi, this n...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 31 December 1859

" The Constitution cn,l Union, Od nJ 17.aopt .Vie), now sr oni iviari." A-5D OCR . ' C tctlt of New Goods in partlo'lar. onld respectfully V lb World Mid th ml ef Man uiiiounee to "all lb World Mid th mt of Mankind," that w ar. nw vwl.ng on. of Hi moat Etten.lv and Beat Storks of food to U found In th County, whio w ar Brper4 t. Mil at a Lwt Pnulht Prlraw for H4y Pay, ar In to jyvmipt paying eustmvnvr. Call and look, and If r do lot satisfy jom.. It will aw a. Mr raolt. la Dry Co. da w bar aa na!es nrtmtj of a Hind, of Stapl. (nd Fancy Oocxla, Dotntia, Flint, Tie, atrip, Denlma, Cottaw end Wool Fhaawle, Xirim, MMm Wlill Oonda, Shawl, In fact rrwrytblng prld Ik tun plat Stork, and at vry low pi Mr. Ia Brt tnd IhOM w ar fhlly posted, having fotnplel ripply, both of Eastern and Custom Work, whlah w will mU at pri that defy om petition. Thl aaa an a avortt and iMstlng branch of nr trad. Mr year, and having vpcrrenea, w know whereof w affirm. In Hardware waar fully atockedwllh a orap)t a...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 7 January 1860

Trnirn rnHTT) JiJiO OBy James Heed. IncioiDGncloiit . in ctll tliiners. SI SO in d-va,:rico. VOLUME XL NO. 1. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 7, 18C0. WHOLE NUMBER -524. A SHT A B y Ij A W .KEY A1 in) i iiniijiiiiOir an reason a s n aaaaaa. 1 . TERMS OF BCDBCRIPTIOK. Two DolUr. per "" "J ta ArAD" J ADVBRTI1ISO. ' lek I AO I Twqnarthrein. f I 61 Y "l""., k. i nn tarn Bium i mm. m ut'iTr three mo.. 8 M I two aqiiere. on. year ewe isti.ro l mmk, ,4 00 1 fonr eanare on veal om, o ' 1 roar 8 M H, i,ro ono veer. 6 00 half column ono yea. 24 00 B...i.a. Card, of ant over .1 llnee pet rear 100 , fwelve llni or tew of this U letter Dk. . .). Obitoarr Notice, of moro tha Bve line., anle. of gwr.1 lUrtit, will be Inserted .t tho umo rate aa edrertbtlng nutter JOB PRINTING. f OTorjr deserlptlo attended In oaoaU, la tho awot lautof ol manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. firneri' bank of aiutabixa. office hoiks From ( A. M. to li II. and From 1 to I P. H. PMvalctaaa. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 7 January 1860

Y1'KLY TELEGRAPH. A U T AIIULA; Saturday Mpnihip, Jac. 7, I SCO j Governor's Message. Fellow Cilizm$ of tkt Stnalt and tlouit of Itrprr$entalhe$ Tho people, with whom Is the sole sovereign tt of the btate, have committed to yon, Tor (lie flfth t.reiminl period under te esisiinf Consti tution, the letfidutlva irothoyity of the Conn monwealt.1.- Upon this Brat secular day ot the new year yoa assume llie great function th us awiijfiicd to 70a, and enter upon tbe perform ance of f oar important dative, Powers of government, delegated by the peo pie of tbe ftee State to chosen Representatives, whether, Legislative, Judicial or Liecutive, are snored trusts. 1'be people who honor, by such proofs 01' confidence, thoe whom they select (or employment in publio functions, have a clear right to expect from them fidelity, teal, and an r.millitig diligence iu Ibe promotion of the pub lic cood.- having confided, by election, the powers of government to citizens of their choice, tbey return lo Ibei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 7 January 1860

$21,517 of wlilch a Inrfffl proportion m Tor buildings and oihrr permanent Improvp Bients whirri have added .urgel to the val ue of the farm a property The Institu tion ha thus far fulfilled the wise and hu mane desiprn of the Legislature. Its di rect ajrency in reformation has been qnite efficient as was antiepated, while it would bo difficult to measure its utility in the prevention of crime. Under tho Inflncnco of i! example In dustrial Schools have been organized in Cleveland and Cincinnati for that class of Tngrants and dentitote children, social or phans, who cannot be brought into Com mon Schools, and from whose numbers the ranks of crime are continually recruited, The institution at Cleveland offering not only seine measure of instruction, but em ployment and food, as inducements to at tendance, has been, thus far, extremely ue fttl, and gives promise of yet greater utili ty. Vagrancy, pilfering, and more scriotH crime, have scnsildf diminished under its Influence. That at C...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 7 January 1860

'of n cave lie enter., it, followed hy the three rnffiana who hud charg-e of our herd. Tha bottom of the cure sloped npward from ! entrance for lome distance, una then became almost level. The captive (for och Mini in lister now felt himnelr to be,) frequent! Lit hit feet against what he tbonght, with cliiJI of horror, were hnmait Vone ttrewn around the cavern, but he vould not clearly make llirm out In the dim light. He also noticed that the bottom of the cave n terj wet, as though It hid re cently Inter, covered with water. The wreck er chieftain itopped, at last, mar what accrued the end of the cave, and making a aifru to hit followers, they clapped mini cleg on tbe wrista and ankle of Maurice tiofore be had time to note their intention. "2iow, Captain Lester, laid Wolfftaiifr, 'jrou tnimt remain in this place for a short aeaion. lots art perfectly safe Aert. Si lence f Say not a word I If jou attempt to leave this Kpot, yon will be Main the mo merit you net foot outside the cave...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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