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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 18 February 1860

A WEE iLY tpm -.man a b u j 1 j vi j f i , n . - -J -a vi -JO- w Jo- J. 4- -11. I3y CTctrtiea UFieecl. VOLUME XI. NO. 7. ASHTABULA, 0, SATURDAY HOMING, FEBRUATl 18, 1860. IndoiDeziclerLt in ctll tilings. Sl so in. -Axrv-arico, TERMS OF 8VCRIPTIOir, Two Dollar per annum. If paid strictly In advance (1 80. ADTKBTISWOi One sonar on week '60 On square thro week 1 00 pa square thr mol. S 60 d square six nw 00 on auar on year. 00 Two squares thraraoa. $ t 60 two squares in mem. m two squares on year B 00 Ivmr squares on year 12 00 half column on year 26 00 B illness Card of not ovrsli lines par year S 00 Twelr Hn or Im of this ii letter mak a aqnar. Obituary Notice of mora than flv line, unless of general titerast, will b inerted at tb m rate ae advertising matter JOB PRINTINU. ft vry description 'tanded to on call, In tb most tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' BANK OF ASHTABULA. OFFICE noi p3 From 9 A. tt. to 14 M. and From 1 to 8 P. tf. PliyslcUn. PR. 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. — 18 February 1860

roiling, jet tearful, and 1 bat, bit h was panned through tb troWd came loto th bands fef It fleVj owner more tban A hun dred dollar letter than it left him I The hole affair etarre occupied an hoar, bat a ccal of fun and noble fueling, found then and there, expression. Tie weather for the last four days ban Wn delightful, warm as ipring I and doors and windows are allowed to stand inviting 1 cpen. The sleighing is impaired, bnt not spoiled ; the boys say it is "prime eeweting," fend the diamond icicles wbieh ftfogf-d oar roofs hare gope with a crash, leaving the shingles poverty-stricken and bare. And ruch leides as they were I Many of them more taaa a foot in diameter at the head, and sit or eight feet in length. Often, it ' becomes necessary to chop them off, to pre tent breaking of the eaves. Three days ago it rained for a short time, and that snge Individual, "the oldest inhabitant," looked into the sky as if bewildered, and saki he "never knew the like at this season of the ye...

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. — 18 February 1860

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. "Work and Play." Dr. J. Q. Holland, more familiarly known by ihenomt deplume of "Timothy Tilcomb," has consented to give the above lecture Id this place od Mon day evening, the 20th Inst. The boor will be half past 1 . ' Admission 25 cent. We bare bad occasion to speak of this produc tion, k need not therefore pass any encoml mi upon It here, further than to say, that In oor humble opioion, our citizens hate bad nothing in the lecture line, which, for literary gcuins end finish, comes op to the standard of WTork and Day. Dr. Wadsworth will be at the Ashtabu la House on Wednesday and Thursday next. t&" Those who take delight in tripping the light fantastic toe, will not fail to see the announcement of a soiree at Smith's Hall on the 22nd. The band is said to be one of more than ordinary merit. Lost, on Main Street, on Tuesday ' last, a Gold Locket and ricturo, attached to a string of.beads. As It is of little value to any one but the Jner, the fin...

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. — 18 February 1860

M AST E It COM M 1 SSI ON K H'S S ALE Land 4 Tnise. - r-vriU Common Plea. Newaber Tr, 18A9, . . . Daniel Y. Squint, ) . Order of 8-le. t.rv7 to atd.rr4, Iwtll otter fc. ey way o, Tubllo Anr-tioo, I the Poor of the Court House, in JeuVioo, Aabtatsute County Ohio, oa atdrlaV the 3d dny of Mnrcb, A. B. I860, I lot No. Ivht n; ttrl rmntr of town- tng eVscvllwd Unrt. and Tenements, to wit, IWty of Ashtabula, being part of .J1"'""' t, township fourteen (')" Br bit' In the t enneeiirwv i-nm" '. ..I7L. aid Tt.nr-p.nn Road .leeg tb. "m"?. tin e R PUnA . kvt to H. M South lino, to ti eirl East Bne at 7 JT!Jru!8,tb.rit .long. Pi ln; ?? atght dollar. '.'Tli.'L r-.. g.r7rrvn, JarrnaryW.ISrA that ut an. RntaHr saa or EAL ESTATE, Ashtabula Common riWUS I ijtwiu iwum Xr roT, el fl. 1 m. retition for rrtitiou, Jtdrtti Shddon, tt al w , . Ljvnu Jlnlw iMnad frfitn aald CoarK b tha U om, to m directed, 1 will onor for ! by way af Pobiie Auction, t the Door of the Conit Uonee, io Jefferson, U Im County ...

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. — 25 February 1860

TAB LA WEEKLY fn tt. '?n -IM J' m a. MJJ JL U; ill J - 'J , , ! - ' . r ' By James DFLeecl. VOLUME XI. NO. 8. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY HORNING. FEBRUARY 25, 18C0. Inclei3erLa.erLt in. cull tilings. SI SO ill Aclvaiiobi! WHOLE NUMBER 531:;.', TERMS OF BUB8CRIPTIOJI. T Dollars pr annnm. If paid .trtetlv In advance $1 M. ADTKftTIHSO. On n.aer one trees JO One square three weeks 1 WJ -an squr IhrM J" en square n mo. O" .i..re an rear. 8 w Two squareA three mot. 1K two square nx mo. o w two square ono rear 8 00 four square on year 12 00 bait column on jeer 84 00 Baslness Cards of not over sl line-?! veer I 00 Twelv Ho r of hl1 !,t,OT nak ""l Obitnarr Notice of mor thin (It lines, nnlese of .erst nterest, will be Inserted t the seme rat u advertising matter JOB PR1NTISU. ' ef ver veserlnUon attended to on call, In the most tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' BARK OF ASHTABULA. Ol't'ICE HOIKS From A, a. to la M. nd from 1 to 8 P. M- Physicians. PR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, 0. 610...

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. — 25 February 1860

WEEKLY TELEGBAPII. ASHTABULA: , SaturdyHmln?, Ftb 25, I860. Dimmt.-TU Mahoning Register dissent from tli suggestion f the Central Committee of (hit Tennty in reflVrreee lo the choosing of the two Delegate from tfaia Congressional Diitrict by the- tlaree Coanty Delegations it Columbus, DtfrJ of by a regularly assembled Conren t!oa Of whole Diitrict. Ye thiuk the question U open for remark, and If tie re arepreiereoees fur a Contention, we should hare do objection!. Indeed, we have do orer weaning ponclianl fur delegating these matters very fur from the source f powerthe sorereiga people. ' We appre ciate Uie motive of friend Dumars, in doubling the propriety of too much attenuation ia arre ting at the cboioe of oar agent. Our Union Schools. la pursuance of the plan entered epoo-lnet year, the Commissioner of School requested special reports from various Graded Schools, among then) Ashtabula. Ouly ten. have res ponded to tbi request. ' Tb first oo the list, is that submitted by the Bn...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 25 February 1860

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. Accident in Saybrook. - On Frids the 10th lust., ft rtrj serious seel doot occnrtd ia Say-brook, to a company of psople who wore guiiiK (0 an efeuliig meeting, 'ftiere were, soma eight or ten persons io a two home wagon, when the horses took fright at the top of a atecp pitch. The fao dowo the hill, and becoming unmanageable, overturned the wagon bj striking a timber on the bridge and the wholo party were thrown out on the frozen ground. Mr. Willurd Randall, who wA driving, whs bad I j braised; and Mra. It. had her collar bone broken, and received a severe blow upon the Lead which rendered bor insensible for two day , Mra. Roldle 'and Mrs. Tilden were also budly injured ; the InNer having an arm fractured. Mm. llandull.was carrying her infant child, about eight months old) which wm thrown several feet from her, and picked np squalling lustily, with all its oater clothing torn off. Dr. Morris was summoned immediately, and Lis skillful and prompt atten...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 25 February 1860

ASTER CO ??,!!?MONEnS SALE X Lai3 stadl Teaeaaeiate. Ashtabnl Commi IVu, ligwlai Terwa, !' Daniel JY. Sqirr, 1 .., COrtloraf Bale, ' n nurit. HY fli er m timer ornate, ewj " " i IMS te m direct, 1 wM Offer fee ek by way Wjeebove - . , . rybl'o Aacllon, kl the Door of tha t'oort House, In Jeflbnon, Aahtabula County, OhK mi Saturday Ibfl 3d da; of March, A. D. I860, beteeee tb knm of 10 end 4 Mrk ef sold day, follow trig deaerlbnd lds end Teaemen'a, to wit Bltnat in lb County of Aelvtahula, helrf part of riginl lot No. tgbt () ki townebi. Numhat tmiileen (14) In the first rr of trwo nlilnti.elrmriectlritWtierlerv, and bnumled n Verrlbrd a ml Iowa being port of bdivlsion No. i . " l 11, m mid original lot Number eight (H) roanneneliig at the Koulft Mat corner nf a., inner . ni """" " " ri-t mod running tbene easterly elong tlio eentreef KM Jtiice Hoed o stake rixis and six feat last from trie OHitrs ( Ui Thompson Kod, tneno Northerly parallel wth mt) 1 lewnnenn Hoed along tbe ! Itno of...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 3 March 1860

TAB irn JLUJLJiLi 1 By James IFLeecl- IiacleiD3ri.caerLt m ca.1 mines. A WEEKLY SI BO m -A.c3.-v-a,:n.co., VOLUME XI. NO. 9. ASHTABULA, P., SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 3, 18G0. WHOLE NUMBER 632."- TERNS OF BUBSCRIPTIOff. Tito DolUri pr annum. If paid itrlcllj In H M. ADVKIITII1XO On nqnart nn wwk $ 60 On ftiit.r t.ire werlu 1 00 on iqunr thre niog. 2 60 n RiiHrf tlx mm. 4 00 one m hi are one year. 00 TwoiiquatfA thttmot. $ 2 60 two Miinft nix Dion. 0 'H (wo iwiinrrfi on ypr 8 0) four pqiittrM one Tar 12 00 half column on jear 20 00 Bailnta Card of not orcralx line pi jw S 00 Twelve line or lea of thin rise letter mtUe a square. Obituary Notlea of ninr thio Ove lines, nitf of ynoml Btimt, will be lnMrtfid at th same rate an adf tirtislnn mattei JOB PlUlVTIlVUe f e Try dfcrlitlnn attended to on call la tli moat taitcful manner, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' DANK OF AftHTAOULA. OFFICE 1101-118 From A. M. to 12 M. and From 1 to S P. H. Physician. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 610 SALISBUR...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 3 March 1860

YEEKLY TELEGRAPH. A S 11 T A II ULA: Saturday Morning, March 3, I SCO. Tni Tnosrtcr, as lime wears on, and its steady current bears es Dearer to the day when tba po litical policy perhaps the political destiny of car country, If the predications ami menace of sla?ery are well (bonded is to be decided, a deeper Interest la Mi la the calculations which bear apoo that point. Fron the present char acter of the Individual States, aa they are represented in Congress, we take our data In Baking op oar estimate. Of coarse, we only deal lit conjectures, more or less snstaincd by what la ratst, and what we are willing to look poo ai probable In future. If these are suffi cient to form roosonable calculation about the result of the approaching contest, our read ers will avail themselves of the tables submit ted. If Kansas be admitted- the present session, the nnmber of votes to be cast in the Presiden tial Election will be 30G. Of these, the Free States will give the following proportion: sfai...

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 March 1860

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. ty Trig Cowiko CnrcTfi A rich treat l" In store for all those who attend th Concert UiU and to-morrow venlng by the Himvtr. Arinrlsstnn only 2 cents, children heir price. Com on and nil, langh and grow fat. tTha Ashtabula jdlea' Antl!lavery Society, will meet at the residence of rr. H. IIassis, nn Thursday, March lh. As this Society Ignores all sectional and sectarian measures, wa eurdlslly !nvlt all who feel an Interest to unite with us. R. M. AVERY, Secretary. ' Drmooratic ('oNVRNTinx Onr Democratic frieotls met in masaVonvontion. Bt JfiflVrson, on Rntardy Inst, for the purpose of choosing ten Jeleffntes to Hie Warren District Convention Th. nnnnaiAn vm Ann ftf morM tfifin nr1 innr-tr Interest, on account of the Industry will, which the. Pnnnl. ho,! been canvassed, to hnno nt th. .ironmh of the respective Dmitri,., .,! Arl. ministration forces. The day was one, well cal- calatcd to dampen even Democratic ardor, but the attendance was fnll, beyond p...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 3 March 1860

Gpaldlns'o Prepared Glue I 'PALUINGS PREPARED CLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED (JLUE! PAVE THE FlKCKd ! EooSOHt J PlftPAiVIi t 1 3T "A "tlle.1i to Tim tares Siat-'JCi Jt iVmf rill o;rj. rrm f tnlt-rrrMtd fnm.lm.M h very deslraHe to hue eomo Wimp And convenient way t"f ts-paiilng 1 umlture, Toy , Crockery, Ae. SpttlJIng's Prepared Uluo meets ali such em.rconcies, snd no household wn sftVrrd to Ins without it. It isalwava ready and m to Ike nicking point. 1 here la no lomrer a nmwHr k.r limping chairs, apllnteied veneers, headless dolls, aril bruseu cradle. H U just tbe ar ticle for rone, slidl, end other ei nmnenUtl wnik, so popular Hh ladle of rvilnement and Uisab. This admirable propaialloii Is need cold, being chemically held in solution, and possessing sll the valuable cjnnllth-a of tbe beet cabinet makera' (Hue. It him no ued lit tlie place of vrdiuary mutil.tgc, being vastly more adhesive. " VSL1VL IX KVKRY HOVbl.." V. B. A brush accompanies each bottle. Pilcc 25 eonls. Wholesale Depo...

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. — 10 March 1860

A SH TAB LA W H 1 iinr'z- nniniT Tn"n"Tn)A:iM:nr:-:-T:----:: J 1 U ILi.JLU By James IPecci. VOLUME XL NO. 10. ASHTABULA, 0 SATURDAY MORNING, MAItCII 10, 18C0 Independent in ctll tilings. SI 7" SO .in Advance.; WHOLE NtJMBERlir TERMS OP Bt'IlSC IUPTION. Two Dollftn pr annum. If paid itilctlj In artTance 1 CO. ADVKIITISIWO- Two (Uuirf(i thropfnog. $ 2 ftO two MiiiHrcfl Kit limn, 6 1)0 two mumroK otif jpRr 8 00 four wjimrrp ono yfar 1'i (Ml half column one year 2f 00 One wnifti ttiri wncka 1 00 tont squnif thri mm. 2 W ne sqiim- Fit mo. 0 one fuiuiirft one vear. J 00 Biiilnpf.n Cariln of not over nix lim-n-jiei year 3 00 TweW Hnea ot 1pm nf tli! (tlxe letter mnke a ppiAre. OMtnary NotlrM of niort than fire line, unlew of (ft'nTal btarettt, will b limerted at th anme rate an advertising maUji JOB PK1NT1MO. iftfevtry deneripHoD atUtndod to on call, in tlit most Uiitcful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' BANK OF ASHTABULA. , . MUCK liOUIS From 9 A. M. to Vd hi. aud From J to 8 P. M. Pl...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 10 March 1860

WEEKLY TELEGMHl: AS II TAB ULAi Satnrdsj Morning, H'arrh 10, 1860. Mi. Bwad'i f 1 1 c We shall yield next venk'i p'-per" to Mr. Seward's speech, on the iNifncd'mte admission of Kansas, end commend h l advance to the perusal of every llepubli Cin, M wull M to the careful attention of those who hare desired to complicate him with sec tionalism and the raid or J oho Brown. On pre serving the aoveriegnty of the States he la dis tinct, and on the Invasion of Virginia by Brown and his associates, he is strongly denunciatory. All we ask for Ibis effort, lethal 7 be read. It will overcome bitter prejudices and correct erroneous impressions toocbiDg the opinions and positions of tliie eminent statesman. Then it reaches fer beyond these In its philosophy of goveroirrcrft and Intrinsic merits or statesman ship. ., of CoNtiRKitoit. Comhittk or 1856. As the IVwtrlct Convention at Warren last week rec ommended that the Congressional Committee of 1656 (who are presumed to act in that capac ity unt...

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 March 1860

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. Fink CnRMH. -We neglected last week to acknowledge ft libernl snmplo of cheese from the dairy of Linih IT. Jonks, Esq., of Linden- vllle. Thii dairy, It Is tolerably well known, ranki amon(( the very first on the Reserve, and Mr. Jokm It quite as prominent as an obser vant and Intelligent farmer and dairyman. The chef e Is what It might be expected to be, un surpassed In richness, flavor, and general excel lence. It has proved an important acquisition to our commissary department. greet his the est when Anson Staom bas been elected ot recent meeting, one of the directors, snperintendeut and treasurer of the Cincinnati and Sandusky Telegraph company. of until Im Tvlkb -k Collins have, during the pnst week, been translating themselves into their new qiinr ters in Smith's new block, where they have one of tho most spacious, well appointed, centrally located and inviting stores in the villago. With such advantages around them, milled to tho spirit of cou...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 10 March 1860

Spalding's Prepared Glue I 'PALDING'S HIEPARED GLtJEI SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I SATE Tllfi PIECES I ICOHOXY 1 DlflPATCH I ,. jf "A SUlch In Tim. save. Xioa.'JtJ Atamknl, wilt krTen. err. r utnnrf '". It It verr de.iraMe to have snmn rl.cp -and c. nveuieut way -r rejuurlng Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Ac Spalding' Prepared Glue meet, alt eneh (WWiifl", n" hnn-elmld "nhrl V" without it. II la alwave ready and rip to the slicking point. There la mi lnnrr a mwlll r limping chstra, splintered k..i... A.lla. and broken craillee. It la Inst tlia ar ticle lor rone, ahrll, and other omwwnUl work, ao popular Willi ladlce (if irfnnnral and taete. Iliia admirable prearatinn la used win, twlng chemically held In anlntlon, end possessing all the valuable qualitlea of ths heat eahtnet-makera' (flue. I mar he used Id the place of rilinary inucilage, being vastly mora adhesive. USEFUL IN E r F.R Y HOUSE." N. B. A brush arcornpanlea each bottle. Price 24 cents. Wholesale Depot, No. 48Ced5i- st., N. Yo...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 17 March 1860

A SI TABULA WEEKLY nnun I , H fl-if K APE fey Barnes neeci. VOLTDfi: XI. NO. 11. ASHTABULA, P., SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 17, 1800. Indeisoiicaoiat in. all tlnngs. SI SO In Advanoei WHOLE NUMBER 531 To my Mother. Dear mother, dost thoa love mo yet, Am I remembered in my home When those I love for joy are met, both some one wish that 1 would come 1 Thou dost. I am beloved of those. But es the school boy number o'er, Night after night the Pleiades, And Gnds the stars he found before, As turni the maiden oft her token, As counU the miser o'er his gold, Lo, till life's silver cord is broken, Would I of thy fi od love be told. Sly heart is fulll my eyes are wet Pear mother I lov'st thoa thy wand'reryet T SENATOR SEWARD'S SPEECH. In the United Stales Sen ale, on Wednesday "Feb. 27th, Mr. Sf.wakd having .presented the Memorial of the Legislature of Kansas praying Tor admission into the Union, spoke as follows : Mr. President, the admission of Kansas Into llic Union, without further delay, se...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 17 March 1860

that must bo traced to casual excitements, whch cannot porpctnato alienation. A canvass for a I'resiJentiftl election, in some respecjs more Important, jerhafs, than airy aince'1800, has recently le.ron. The House of RcprescntatiTes was to be organised by a majority, whilo no party could cut more than a plurality of votes. 'J? fce gloom of the late tragedy in Virginia nwted on the Capitol from the diy when Congress assembled. While the two great' political parties were poai.cfullf, lawfully, and constitutionally, though A-alousIy, eon dactinjf the jrrfaC national" issue between free labor and capital liibor for the Terri ritories to its proper solution, through the trials of the ballot, operating directly or Indirectly on the various departments of the Goeromcnt, a band of exceptional men, contemptuous equally of that Rreat rjneHion and of the purties to the contro versy, aud impatient of the constitutional aystem which confines the citizens of every State to political action by suf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 17 March 1860

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Tin Ashtabula ladles' Antl-Slsvery Society will meet it the residence of Mm. Ki.it.tntTii Nn.i.m, on Tlmrsrlay Marrh Int. All who srnipnthlse In the mow art Invited In attend. R. M. AVERY. Secretary. AifOTnK ORot kiit. Mrs. llnlbert's store Hulbert's Block has been taken fcjr Mr. Job Ratti., and aftor brushing op, wilt bo supplied with a now and complete itoek of Groeerlci and provisions. Our enorse la onward I Success to those who use tbe means to merit It. d9 RsVOt.CTIONAB SkRVIOEN Of BENJAMIN Franklin. A popular lecture on this theme will be Riven nt Smith 11"". I" th' village, on Friday "evening, tie 80ih of intit. ftlorrli, at quarter beforj 8 o'clock, by Prof. H. B. IIos' ronn, of Western Kcerve College. AtlmiB' ion 15 cents. The reputation of Prof. Ilosford as a rhetori cian anil belleslelresncholar, as an observer and thinker, is a sufficient guarantee that tlio sub ject so will chosen for this lecture before our citi...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 17 March 1860

TKHMft or m ust iutteon. TS Dollars pr anrnim. If paid strictly In sdvai.ce. 60. On nn mi W M fna qiin three tMkl 1 00 me sn-mre .hrea dim. t n nix mo. 4 00 ne iirv ytr. 00 Two imrwi three mat, $ I M (wo wirii nit mo 00 two spii-e one ymf 8 00 frnr MnrM on 12 00 aU ooluma ob r W, 00 VhnKrmm Cords of not over i Hf a--pet ysvr tf tW , Twftlr lines or In of this else 1?tr vullrt sqTr. OMtnary Nntlr of more than It Tinea, nn.ee of gptTSftf ftUrwt, will be tnsortod at the mm rat as advertising maUw JOB rUlMTlKU. of syery dessriptlo.. sttarmled tn on call, In ths mrnit tasteftil ntnnw. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. v FARNEIIJ' BASK OP HTABllA. office noins From t A. M. to li M. and From 1 to f. M, Phyleln. Pit. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, 0. S10 BALLSBURY IIUMPIUIKY, Eclectic Physicians am! Snryeorss Mnin Street, Ashtabula, Ohio, iensna W. Hr.rliasv, 471 J. A. SlLlsmsT. FARKIN(JTON A HALL, Physicians and StiTKnn lr It th ehi stand of Dr Fal ringtnn. . li. rAnai.voTO.. If. n l"r. MAU.. xt. t. A.htnlml...

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