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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 24 March 1860

TAB LA WEEKLY 1 JlliJu Jllj'oJrt -iL JCHo 3337" "Tanaes "R-eecl. VOLUME XI. NO. 12. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 24, 1800. maependent in ctll tilings. 31 SO in. Aavanco'. WHOLE NUMBER 535. TERMS OP Bt'BSCIUPTIOK. Tiro Dollars per Mnum. If pulrt strictly la advene $1 60. One annar ana sreok t AO One sipinre three weeks 1 00 no ir three mop. 8 60 nt wpiara l Iff . 00 ene square on year. 6,00 Two square three moi. tM two Sqnat-PS six mos. 6 00 two squares nnt year fnnr squares one year 8 00 12 00 26 00 8 00 nan column otp )ear Bnslness Cards or not over si lines per year Twelve linn or Ira of thU sin letter make a eonare. Obituary Notices of more tln tin lines, antes of general tsrest, will or Inserted at the same rate a advertising matter JOB PRiarTINoT revert description attended to on nil, In the most tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. - r arm b r8' b a kk of abvl at" officb hoibs from t A. M. to 12 W. and From 1 to 8 P. W. Physietane. t)R. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. M...

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. — 24 March 1860

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. A S II T AB U L A : Saturday Morning, March 21, ISGO. A'NOTim Laxrel for ths Republican Ciriri it, A correspondent of the N. Y. TrUtur, writing from Omaha City, nndcr date of tho fjth of March, ssys : Demo cratic Omaha has fallen before tha onward oinrch of Republicanism. Our city and constitutional convention elections were both held here today, and in both the Re publicans were triumphant, electing their whole ticket by fair majorities itb a single exception. For our young city, it U a glo rious triumph. It is the first city election in which the Republicans hove rtin a sepa rate ticket. Omaha has been considered as hopelessly Democratic- Executive pat roiinge, corruption, and bribery have hith erto succeeded in controlling its affairs, but now we trust their end has corao. Two years ago a republican here was sneered at. The vote for delegates to the Constitu tional Convention is not yet determined in this county, as the returns are not all in. It has most probab...

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. — 24 March 1860

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. IKVOM TIOXAMY Pr.ltVH tH Or B.KJA FraH. I.IK. A npu!r lertui on tbla them will be given at Smith's Hull, u Dili lllge, on 1-i-lil.j rvroiup, tltr 80th of hurt. Itsrrb, t iUrter belm I n'clock, fcjr 1'iof II. B. Ilooii,of Weetern rleeeive Collet. 'Adiniislnn 16 crnf. ty NoTira. The Annunl llertlng of th Farmer's ml Mechanic's Association will b held it Uie Mayor' ufllnr, M the election of OQlcei-a, on !aturdar, April ;th, at o'clock, All purchasers of family or eihloitur'i ticket at th iMt AdduiiI Fnlr, are entitlt-d to rote. Tito A. Burnt, Secretary, 1x1 PORT. XT TO H(irKKKIiV. ! ' ,leJ ftttMitlon of housekeeper ud cook, to an .xcr llei.t and per tVctlr pure article ol aaleratua. which la now for Ml by tli grocers and dealer. We are glad to I urn that our opinion nf- De Ind h Co.'a Chemical rtoleratus Is rully auatntned by th experience of those who hav purclmsed It and lest-d ill auperlor merits. W ar assured Hint It work! I...

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 March 1860

Bpalding'i Trepared Glue I s IMLDIXCTS rRETARED GLUE I SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE T 8 AVE TUK PIECES I KoOKOMY I PTWATCH f JT "A Btlteh la Tiro am Nlre.jgJ J sv-nsWr mitt- leas. B-rrlMtd .It h .rv de.ir.hle to her rino chee .and eonveoiens way for npetring F.rnitur, Toys, Cieekery, Spalding! Prepared Gllia iets all such mmffit. etd honmhnld m afford to I wiihinit it. II Is alwavs readr end no to th sticking point. 7 bar. Is m longer necessity, for limping ehalra, splintered tfnmi heedless dnils. sod broken cradles. It is Jast th ar ticle lor eons, shell, aad other ornamental work, M papular with hull. of refinement and tast. This admirable preparation ia seed onld. swing eoernlcelrv keld in solution, and pnse.ssing all the valuable qualities of the beet sr-ln-t-mskevs' Glue. It snay be seed In Uie place of armaasy-siuemge, orrng ram 17 snare aauavrr. rsfrt'L mimr bovse." N. B. A broad accompanies sack bottle. Pile 31 ernle. "Wholcgalt Depot, No. 48 Cedar st, N. York Address! Henry C. ...

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 March 1860

wwir. nnim ..... . I ' -,, r V AO- r 1 A J : , A1'"" R il Oil i i 1 .O h Lj A. V V ' ' ' , . , : . , ; , . , , . . . . ..I"' - 33 y JTciiXLeEJ ZFLoecl. VOLUME XL No7l3. , ASHTABULA, P., SATURDAY MOMIKGMABCII 31, 1SC0 Ina.eroriclcn.t in ctll tilings. - - , ' ' ' , . . i ' I " " 1 1 ' ' - - ' - - - , t ' . . ' ' SI SO in Advancei!- WHOLE NUMBER . 53G. ' : ; TEBMSOP SlJISCBlPTIOlf. Twe Dollars per annum. II pTildstilctly In advance II 80. ADTKIITISIXO. tOne sqnare one week $ ft tine n,rmre three weeks I "o one sntare three mos. 2-M ene snare slv, mos. 4 00 OI10 Millars one year. 00 Two pDRr tlirwrnr, f 2 M two atnarea Kix mos. 4 00 1WO Stiiaiva onf year a uu ffmrr squares one year 12 00 I Imir column mt jenr Vt 00 Bu.iness Cards of not ever six lines per year i oo Twelve lines or less of this she letter nmke square. Obituary Notices ttmn than five lines, unless ofgencrsl uterest, ill be inserted at tb MiM rat as advertising waiter " ., JOB FRINTINU. of every description attended to on ...

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 March 1860

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. gah.nl.1i Morning:, Itenh 81, I860. Tbe Connecticut elrctlon takes place on Monday the 21 prokimo, Tit excitement excels that ever before witnessed in "the land of steady hablU." Among tht nen of emliitnro upcnking on lb Repchlican aide re Ex-Got. Cor wis of Obro, Ex-Sec-relery Stantox, of Kansas,- Atwr JvBtt C. Uspkrwood, exile from Virginia, aod Sena tor WiLSOJf. On behalf of the PemoaTat, we notice the Dame of Maor Wood, who poke to large gathering at Norwalk, a place whose good name bas been near oar bfrV That it should be profaned by the presence, and that presence tolerated,, by a man of the stamp of this fellow, Wood,, losens In xpite of a oar filial regard for that honored pot. Bat the Waqnn Boy of the Buckeye State ii after this uufortwvisrte specim of N. Y. demoerecy, at well at that more fa cile instracreol of the same party Caleb Cusbiaft and-hi humor end drollery with but a tithe of hit gigantic strength thrown In, is making terrible havoc w...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 31 March 1860

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Lecture Friday Evening 30th. fttroLrrtmukT SxavMri or Bntji.i rminmur popular lecture oa Ihl. them will U give a ttnAth Halt, la this !lmr. oa Friday evening, Ui aotti of lost Mereb, q narter beteio I 'crock, by Prof . H. B. Hoaroius, f Watro Biwii College. Admtrrion 16 eenta. axor-T Scnnoiv Mix nraia E. Hill aril! aaaananra limat Tarsi af bar echord, May Tth. 1 NoticbV Th Annuel MerUng of th Farmer. an4 Mechanic ' Association win ba held at lb Mayor' OtBea, b alaatlaa of Offioera, oa Saturday, April 1th, at t o'clock, l. M. All pun-ham of mmlly ar exhibitor tick.ta attlia laat Aaaeal Fair, ara ntltled to rot. Tana A. Sarra, Secretary, Taa Boxao or Bcrroot. Eiiaixxa for Ashtabula Co. Marfan, Mnnder, April 14. Warn, Tmwday, April loth. Orwell, Monday. April lath. JvAVrwon, Monday, Mar 7th. Alan Mnodav, June ath. By ardar of tfaa Board. Anui Clark. Orwell. March. 15th. 1860. ,5" LaWTO Dl.ACKUKP.RY Plants -A plentiful .upply of ...

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. — 31 March 1860

Spaldloj! Prepared Glue! CPALDIKQ'3 rREPAHED GLUE! SPALDING '3 PREPARED CLUE f BATE THE TIECE3 ! Ecojiokt I PlWATO t . (3A gtiiek ta Tin arct Kbx-'f Jit mttiintt mil aWrys. erea irWJ-rw.f rf . it l er de-n.xbl I b son. ebp nd oouveuieut wy fcr reyalring Furniture, Toji, Crocket;, Aa. t ' " ' Spalding' Trcparcd 0)u IMff &t ewh H'WlHwk ftt4 BA )KMIMhAl(S a a enWd ta ha without U, it to Amur ready ati up U th likn f point. There t if totyr nrwMl'y Nr Hoiping chaUa, ,..iiitote4 TfPttrn, heedi doll, end broken cradle. It la jiwt tlie ar 1irr for enite, ehtdl, and otbr rnatneoui work, o popular with la) nf r6wvat eixl taete. 3 life ftdfi-lrMe finitl( 1. um4 old, hrtrg chrr4caTly held In oUitioBv an .'oaee,!. all tlif valtiahlw ouBlitie aY tt bt Oft. llt-MliT' OlCM. It I tit Ul plat Of fnutr Muvunt vring HIT1 1 aUVH. VSttVL M tVMT BOVStr K. B. A brush tTOirfinl seen kwtUa. Price OS ernt. Wholesale Depot. No. 48 Cedar it., N. York Addr Henry C epsUdln ., Bo No. e,B0O, New Tort Put up. 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. — 7 April 1860

nn AB A imnn faro A DO ii n o IBy Sanies :ooeci. IrLdeiDenciorLt in cm tilings. A SI W KLY T ELI VOLUME XI. NO. 14. ASHTABULA, 0, SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 7, 1800. WHOLE NflMTlFiT.. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Two Dollars per ennnn'i. If paldstrteUy In advance $1 60. ADVERTISING. Ono square one rwk t 60 On Willi three wtll 1 00 one square three rnos. 2 60 na square el nine. 4 00 one square one rear. 0 00 Two ainares three rim. $ 2 IV) two squares nix mm. 6 (Ml two square one year 8 00 four squares one year 12 00 half column on year 25 00 Business Cnrde or not over si nnea pet year 8 00 Twelve llnei or leaa of this viae let(r make a aqnar. Obituary Notices of more than Are line, nnleM of general ' ntorest, will be Inserted at tlie lame rate aa advertising matter JOB PRINTING. f erery description attended to on call, In the moat tasteful - manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' BANK OF ASHTABULA. OFFICE HOURS From 9 A. M. to 12 M. and From 1 to 8 P. M. Physicians. DR. J. U. HUUIiARD, Ashtubul...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 7 April 1860

WEEKLY TELEGBAP1I. A S 11 T A T U L A : Saturday Horning April 7, 18GO. C0StSKTITT ELECTION. Al.l. HONOR TO THK NtT-Mru Stat ! Since Uie dawning or this campaign, no strngla like that whieh closed h Connsctiei.t on Monday last, has been wngvJ. The ouict litis been of toiriblo camuslne. Tlio whole iipoiMblo force of means ml man- ftgemeut of the duinoirfUio party, bits been for week brought to bear upon tliis Utile Stnls, bs t'ie most vulnerable point iu lho Nor Knglnnd with a ilesperiito dtrm'ition to make breach. Money has been Utwlily contributed, nd threat of noo-iiitcrecnirse in trade on tlio part of the South, brirg'nj; rnin upon mnnnrac tnrcrs and othore, have been rung in every work shop, mid npoo every rostrum, and in fact nolli lug has been left undone. Tlio g.il'.ant little State, however, bos received tho shock with sbjudy lines, and the assailants liavo been beat en back and discomfited, mid she comes out of th strife with additional lustra and elo'y. Tho story b aoon to...

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. — 7 April 1860

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. TIo Ahlnlu1a I.ndica Anli Slavery Ho ciely will meet nt the resilience of Mrs. Jamki Ham, on Thnrmlny, April I2ih. All who sym pathize in (lie cutiriu uru invite-J to ntlerrrl. R. M. AVERY, Sec'y Vit.i.AGK Ei.kctiox. Although the village nominations were made umlur considerable feel iiiR onJ excitement, the election shows but little diversity of eeiitimeiil, or choice, except in ref erence to tho ofl'ice of supervisor under Hie lato ordinance embracing In one road district, all the territory within tho corporation limit", Tho choice of Mayor is . good one. Mr. Rob ertson's long und. intimate identification with tho Jute rests of the villoo, and his regard for its honor, its moral and social, fg well as its com mercial well-being, ore such osto encourage the hope that his influence will not bo left nncnv ployed to secure Its highest good. The Coun cil, too, arc gentlemen of good social and busi OC83 position, and will second a...

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. — 7 April 1860

PrUdljjg'i Tzeptutxl Glue 1 grALDIlN'O'S PREPARED GLUE T SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! BATE TUE NECK3 f Eoosomy I DlnTArrn r QT "A BUtok to Tlm ivm K1d."3 Mm mrHJtnln will krnmn. rrt as rtllrtruUIrd famibn It h verr de-lrsM la hare some cheap and euntenlsut wsj lor repairing i'arnltnre, Toys, Croc err, c. Spalding' Prepared Gllie rtif t 11 neb ernSTrcnclea, and An luvasennld fin rifVird to rai without it. It laa'wsvs ready and un to tbe .sticking point. There la as longer a neoessily Ibr limping chalra, splintered treneeta. heedless dolls, and broken cradle. It la lust tha ar ticle for cone, shell, and other ornamental work, ao popular wirr, tame or refinement ana taste. Ihla admirable preparation I need cold, raving chemically bald in aolutiou. and nnKeing alt tlia valuable oitalitie of tha baat cabinet-makers' Glue. It may be oed in the place of ordinary mucilage, bring vastly mora adhesive. USEFUL 7.T EVERY HOUSE." X. B. A brash accompanies each bottle, Pile 24 eenfs. "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. — 14 April 1860

BULA AS W .EEKLY nnim n tmmni' tA n-Mrrr M (I -if i-i" n ; W H JU HJI JJ. rli. il JLL M d ley CTctm.es B-Cccl. VOLUME XL NO. 15. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 14, 1800. InclopGnclent in tliing-s. 31 SO ii Advanoo;'. WHOLE NUMBER 5337: TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tiro Italian pet annum. If fM strictly In advance $1 80. ADVERTISING. One Miliar on week $ 0 One suuare three week 1 OO bn square three mos. 2 60 en square l win. 00 hne Miliar one rear. 0 00 Two nnre three mo. $ 2 ftO two iiire six num. 6 110 two (iirrs on year 8 00 four annare one year VI 00 half column one year 36 00 Rn.lneu Crd of not over six lines per year 8 00 Twelve line or less of this site letter make a wiusre. Obituary Notice of more than five lines, unless of general nterast, will be Inserted at tb tame rate aa advertising matter JOB PRINTING. tjfTerjr description attended tn on call, In the most tasteful manner, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' BANK OF ASHTABULA. OFFICE HOURS. 9 A. 12 and From 1 to 3 P. M. Physi...

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. — 14 April 1860

WEEKLY TELEGBAPIL A S II T A H U L A Saturday Morning, April 11, 18CO. DmrrftiAXCM i Kknitcky Ekpcd. Tbe threatening opect of things In Kentucky, alio tied to loet week, bat chanped, end peace has been restored. After driving out Hanson, ho htJ retarded after the Brut exodus, to look af ter lie property, the mob element wee rife for further ditordert. and the gallant CUy become the object of threta end menaces. Mr. Ciay found It necessary to plant himself upon di line, groan!" frffra the rndiculs, as Hangon, Fee, and olbcn are called, and to assert bis determi nation to stand hii gronud, came life or dculh, poo the great doctrine or the Republican party. But for Mr. Clay's bold and manly course in meeting the mob spirit, every muu Laving an odor of Republicanism about him would have been driven from the Stale. After the destruction of Hanson's property in the most wanton and malicious manner, the goffered its discretion to get the better of it, deliberate consideration of Mr. Clay's...

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. — 14 April 1860

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. I it. 'I EST Wantkd at this office four joiin Elm trees, from 2( to 3 inches through, uniform In 'M, frown npoti tip land, and taken np with care, for wliiclt ft Rood price will be given. New TtM Tam.ic. Ity rofcrencc to tlie time table on tbe first page of tliiii paper, it will be eon tbnt the Luka Shore Road li changed, Yery essentially, its running time. FisnTFBciTr&o . N . I'hiu.ifs requests os to announce that, his saloon in this village will be kept supplied during the season, with fresh wliileGsh and trout, and fruits of varlons kinds, where our citizens niny pet their supplies t pleasore. The business will be under the direction of John Booscr. fjf Toombks who is just about completing a thorongh renovation andepair of his estab lishment, rendering it one of the most attract ive In town, calls attention by advertisement, to the advantages ho is offering to the public for a share of their patronage end favor. His en...

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. — 14 April 1860

listi Incendiarlcd, roof women from indig niti, nd jour heljileM children from a craol death, The impdlsa of freedom was effnall otftfng lit Tirgioia and Massachn fjciti f It waa the mutt of the United Colo ftiM ; bnt MaM.ciiuetc, then as now, for hatred of tvrannt, was deMgnntcd as the victim, and led the Tan in freedom's army. You bonst that yon ftote as a Washinzton, and like Moses of old, to led onr orm.c to the promised land : hut his Joshuas and Anrons he gathered from the iS'orln. 'When the ISoitli thonjrlit yon wanted help, It Sent yon Lincoln then, Oates. At Camden Jon had a sufllcicrry of troops. Your army onmhi red four thousand, and the enemy two thousand ; yet yon were oTerborno. I would scorn to chnrgo it to a lack of couraeo. Then it sent the old Quaker of Rhode Island, Gn. Greene, and he saved tho men of Carolina and drove the British from your borders. In 17S1, when Cornwallis appeared in irginia, nlinoiigii cniiion Had a large fleet in the bay, and a large . army i...

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. — 21 April 1860

ASHTAB LA WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. 3337" 0"xrties HTl.oec.1. SI SO Ha Vcl-vcxi2LCO ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY HOIMNtf. APRIL 21, 18C0. WHOLE NUMBER. 53!). TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Two D ollars per innnm. If paid itrlcUy In dvanoe $1 60. advertising. On. sonar on. itivk W Two nqnares three mm. 3 M On. sousr. three weeks 1 0 ll"- """ JO on. aqu.r thr.. men. i M n """" ' J JJ n. uar. .It mo.. 4 00 frnr .n.iar.. on. year 12 JO on. square on. year. 6 00 half column on. year 45 00 B urines. Card, of not over sl lines per year S 04 Twelve line, or lra of thin sir., letter make a square. Obituary Notice, of more than five lines, unless of general nterest, will bo Inserted at tli. mm. rat. aa advertising niatlar JOB PRINTING. of every d.acrlptloB attended to on call, in the most tasteful mannr. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' BANK OF ASHTABULA. OFFICE HOURS. OFFICE HOURS. From 9 A. M. to 12 M. and From 1 to 3 P. M. Physicians. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, 0. J510 D It. M. KINGSLEY. Homcopothist, Kings- Ti...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 21 April 1860

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA ASHTABULA Saturday Morning, April 21, 1860. District Convention. The Repn6l leans of thl Congressional District, ere eiiueet Id te meet U Convention at Empire Hall, Warren enThnrtday, Apill asth. at 11 O'clock, A. M. to choose two d-legntes to rep. fewnt the Kapnhlleen Presidential Convention, to ho held at Chicago, the 10th o( May next The ratio of iwnresenttUori.aa agreed poo by (he eermnlt tee, b to be oo delegate to each township in the Dish let. fl la suggested Itast tha township primary meetings In se Iret.dclc gates to tlila Convention, be bald at tha usual ptsce of holding such meetings In each town.bip, ou tbo evening of Saturday, ilia Slat of April, at T o'clock . CinrAi.it, as personified In the dueling cotle, Us at oo time had its pinion, clipped more cC fcclually, or ils pulT ball-consequence more inor tifyingly pniiclered, Ibsn in the cuse or Messrs. rotter and Trjo', during tlie pa.st week. The circumstances are briefly these: While Mr. Lov...

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. — 21 April 1860

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Tb Aahtabula UiHcs" Anti-SlarmV ftortfVt1t 'mwTat th Mtan of Mrs Rrwi Kiho, on Thnreoay, April 20th. Alt who sympathls In tin chum R. M. AVERY, Secretary. LKc.Tt:RB.We are rennenled to stir Mrs. Frnncc. I). Gorfe will lecture, at Smith' IJall, probobly. on Tuesday evening the 24th Inst at 7 1 oclock, on the subject of tho "Dan ish West Indies," or "Mothers' Iufluence.'J Mrs Francm P. Oaor lectured at the Deci- ple Church, on Monday evening Inst; to a full nouse. HitDjfct j "Woman a innuence. mrs. Gage spoko for somcthinir over an hour and a half, in a very entertaining and instructing manner. She illustrated the points of her lecture with numerous anecdotes, and now and then en forced a principle or sentiment with a pomutaph r Impassioned eloquence. rainesvule 1 el. fyf Tim AVeathkr for eomo days past has "been a compound of the pleasant and the un pleasant, bland and (renin! one dny, and blue noses and chattering teeth all 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. — 21 April 1860

Spalding's Trepared Glue I gPALDIXG'S rRE TARED GLUE I f TALDINQ'S PREPARED GLUE SATE TI1E TIKCE3 f OT "A sUlleh to Won save Nln..". A awirirnf trill kupmen. sre tn wtn-rtgnloted fcmihn It I very d.ireM to have enmo cheap end convenient wajr br m airing lurnitur, Toj a, Crockery, to. Spalding' Trepared Glue iMrft all sncb sme-isnicre, and hontwhold can afford t wltliont it. M i lwT ready and np totta sticking (mint There lone necessity for limping ehatra, splintered frimx heedles dolls, and broken oradle. Itljiitth ar ticle lor cone, shell, and other ornameutal work, o popular with ladies of rerlimment and last. Thi. admlrabl. Drv-namtinn ia tid enld. being ehemlnallT held In solution, and pcmseealng all thw valuable qimlitlr the beat Cabinet-makers' flloe. It mar ha need tn tbe plac ordinary mucilage, being raatly noil aotiesive. 'ViEEVL IS EVERT HOVSE V. B A brash aceximpaniea each bottle. Price 13 eent. Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar st., N. Yoik Ai'lre'r ' Henry C. Spalding 4t Co...

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