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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 16 October 1858

IT A TELEOB.A JLi AS TAB WEEKLY "PPl .1 jnio VOLUME IX. NO XXXXII. ASHTABULA, IndeiDerLcierLt in ctll tilings. 0. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1858. si so iisr iD-visroiD. WHOLE. NUMBER 460. J TErtMB or BUIWCMIPTION. Strictly In advance, II 0t Ui end of ill month, H TH AI Ui ena M we ear, . - ADVntTIMffO tnt iqnart one week I SO Re eiiuare threeareeka 1 00 bnesquare three mo 8 ton. enuara at mm, 4 00 To squares three moil. 3 two euwirea tin mos, o on square on. year four enuarea one year 8 00 13 5.1 8 Sne souar on var 0 Builne.s Card' of not over sli II nca-per year nan column out year i Tfv. ii,i.a or lc. of thin Itr Ifllrf make ami Ire, ' Obituary Notices of more tdsn five line., tmle.. nf general taUr.il, win o. mserveu a me Mine rut. m advertising oieuei JOB IMtirVelNt f .r.rj descilpUou attended to on coll, lu till BTClt Hateful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. t' A KM Kits' HANK Or ASHTAUiJJLA. OWCB Htit'hS ' tiim i A. Ih to U it. and From 1 to 8 K M. turhang on New York half pot cent MMt...

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. — 16 October 1858

I tented no dinner that -lav, I t tjoav for I felt fit ir the blood of two Toll-ow crcfttnim woi on my liandi. In the t Tening I nlfcd forth to ie Judge's lodg ings. He listened to all 1 bod to any; but quite Imperturbable. " Tho obstinate old man won iatir-fied that the sentence was s It shnnld be. I returned to my Inn In n "fever of iletpnir. Without the approval of Xhe Judge, I knew that an Application was futile. There wns not even time to send to TiOndon, unless the Judgo had grunted a Tespite. All Satnntay and Sunday I was In mis cry. On Monday morning I was pacing tp and down my room in the next assize lown, in a state of great excitement, when ft chaisc-Biid-fbur drove rat-idly up to the hotel, and ont tumbled Johnson, the con stable. His tale was soon told. On the Srevioos evening, the landlady of tho Black wan, a road side public house, about four m.ilci from the sccue of the murder, rending the name of l earce iu tho trial in the Sun day county pope, sent for Johnson to 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. — 16 October 1858

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMM REKn. , Ashtabula, OhU, Oct. 16, 1858. DOMESTIC MATTERS. Tnn 'Award or Tumicm, at our towmiiip fill', will he fonnd on tho Brut pnge of this p- Pn. UiriiwmrMd : IVMrth licr on Monday tfeninj lait, to a tvry luir audience. Tit" Dr. hat a reputation for coiielderalile talent, ready humor and nrcsm, mnking many good point, but locking the eluincnls of concentration and loglcul onncttlon and force to turn them to advautnge. A little change in the elements of lilt oie'utaUotnpOst, and a fiwdom from that odor of Instability and vascilalion, which hangs about tlio would rank him as a strong man, and intend of the unccrtuin tin so which now surrounds him, he might enjoy a reputation a cnvinlilo for its subntiintinl ability, a the more attractive qualities of lustro and brilliancy. His bnrmnged was-vehement, excoriating to his opponents and fullsomo and overdrawn towards his friends, provocative of mirth and fun, ramb ling, and in harmony with the object of those, w...

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. — 16 October 1858

Sowing Grass Seed in the Fall. Th. Ohio CuUWtttor noTi s "T)i pmc tica of Mowing grnns M-eds in tha full is be coming more ml rr ore pop-ilur, and in mich ft full live ere hating thin year, grass twcds can bo pot in to belter advantage than usnal. The freqnent shower keep the land moiM enough to the rpeedj vegetation of the finest prasi seeds. It is one of our doc trine that grass teed ihould be put in for 'full crop, and not be subjected to the over ahadowiHg and dwarfing of a crop of wbent -or oats. The bcnogti of this are, that when town as full crop upon well prepar ed soil, the grans takes immediate posses sion of the land, to the excltisian of foul tnff, anp yon fcave a crop of clean hay at once instead of Us taking several vears to run ont the weeds. The fail seeding is more particularly adnpted to timothy grass, to timothy and clover, red top, fowl mead ow, etc. Orchard grass and red clover will do well in the early fall, if the ground is not to snooty. Kentucky blue grass 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. — 23 October 1858

Aa-.- - 7T 7" .rrr .ill ft ill j TE AS ITAB hill -,.0 k. ... j - t : SI SO :I3ST ADVA ISTOID, i t are a tlJ VOLUME IX. NO. XXXXIII. ASHTABULA.' 0. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, J858. "s- . . " s- " w MsswaawwawaMHaM aaaMMaaaaaaMaaw hwm Mwaawa-hsw mm-wsasewM asaaasasRSMi i WII0LE;NUMBER.'j0i,'4( ,1 HHrtlr In advance, II Ore end of menU, II f -- M the end of the year, t'l. . . Ml I T wf W num. H n tv. ahuki a noes.r. el, ,,.-..... ? "I'"" )" n..umir ' 1 hlr colnum one year Birte'-H Cards ' of not 6e! sfct llnwin ywr . . 88 T-etre Unci ar are) of Urls sir let tee make in. i Obituary Notleea of n:ore than flw 111, anssas of niWnl Interest, will be.losei ted at llaa nni rate m advertising nthsi . V" i.i i JOW FHIMTIIW f every description attended to on call. In the moit tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. riHMEU' HANK OF ASHTADIXA. OFFIIB I101RS tmm A. M. to 14 M. , . and. Ffnva 1 to 1 P. M. Eschan-a in New York hair per cent. , Pb)'alrlnua. FAUUINOTOX A II ALL, Physicians ami flarweons OiHce a...

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. — 23 October 1858

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. A S It T A II U L A i Satnrdaj Moratug, Oct. 13, 1858. l II ' " Mil II I Vote of Ashtabula County. ' - - -. Aihtabla 214 Aontiiib'i 14? Andtver 181 1 tJonneaut 3 it ' try Very M Cwlebrook 90 Joimark 38 Dorset , 84 Geneva 2j3 ll'rp'ntnj 158 llnrteg'ra' 87 Jefferson 214 Kingsville 281 iJtuot 11.2 llfftlTM 186 Morpan . 163 Ney Lyme 71 , Orwell -98 rierpont 158 riymoath 51 Richmond 108 Home 62 Say brook 115 RliefJMd 95 T-imbull 116 Win, Bold 133 Waroa 111 Windsor 142 VtT !,r"- "" Hn'rK See. 138 103 82 164 22 - , Jf . 2 136 , 22 t 1R0, 6 1 168 16 109 298 74 281 0 ' 29 76 ' 83 ' 68 16 8 62 1 81 3 15 34 13 31 3 12 . 34 19 20 14 61, 286 2 280 38 135 ' J5 130 8 12 ' 86 ' II US 0 39 193 67 121 75 M 255 39 250 4 27 21 80 13 38 J67 20 167 85 . 134 --31 101 20 . -28 J2 23 5 0 37 I'M 52 100 1 45 125 50 155 ' 0 41 49 44 49 ' 1 64 54 103 0 8 72 6 70 2 62 92 60 92 0 85 C9 SO 63 6 31 94 18 59 35 26 114 22 110 4 23 106 24 102 4 33 129 22 138 ' 1 Township Land Assessors. The WJowing i...

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. — 23 October 1858

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMS HERD. Ashtabula, Ohio, ht. 23, 1858. DOMESTIC MATTERS. Pri. Sausdurt Si IUviphret. These gent It men ait will he seen hy their adver tisement, hnve opened the odice formerly occupied by Dr. McCcki. Thoir skill n lruetitioncrs has won for theui an enviable reputation, and given them a standing that "entitles them to the confidence of all who hove occasion for medical advice and as sistance. . Con at Last. Our friend J. O. Wright has jnst returned from New York, with one of the largest and most ' approved stvles of tnilltncry good, which he Intend to sell as low as the lowest. His advertisement will appear next week. 'Siwino Machines. Tin attention of our readers Is called to the advertisement in another column, of ft cheap Sewing Ma ehilic, which runs two thread, making a stitch similar to tho 0 rover Si Baker Ma chtnc. ',. " Ve' would also call attention to the ad vertisement of the great reduction in price, of. tli Wheeler Si Wilson machines, thus bringing...

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. — 23 October 1858

" CAvr.nt on tub J i p.v." The following hi trm gwrl to b Jost, urnl may l lcm fi cinl to om grnUman who hat ft (1 unso twting wifa. A to.tnlrt man,' Hbo lircd bout ttn nfiJes from I) n In tin hibit of going to town lout once a month, end getting on M gprr-e," mid woul.l not return 11 n lil he liml lime to " cool off," wliicli took gcnrfiM two or thrrcrtiy. His w ife M igiioranfr of the ciuso of his slaying nt so long, end MilWtt. greatly from oux icty nbont his wrlfMTe. When ho wonhl return; of course his coiifiding wife would t iqniro what Imd bern tho matter viih hiii', wnd Clio i!trii.l,iy reply , "that he whs eaostht on the jury, conld'ut. get riir." Having gmhen-d hia corn, nnd plnced it i a Urge hrr, lin, nreordiivg o custom, Icier mined to call in his neighbors' and linve a real.' eorir-shtiekiiig frolic. So lie flare ' IVed,' a fuithful Servant, a jug, mid mi order to go to ton n and get gallon of vhiskiy a Very tiewssiuy article on such ocensious. Kit! mounted a mule and w...

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. — 30 October 1858

t 4'M e.sV Aw. M .1 nn A EEKLY J .... nnHTlT trin 1n A.imnf 1-ShtiShUmiASrMi IBY JAMES 3.E3E33D. VOLUME IX. NO. XXXXVI. ASHTABULA, IxidoiDOiacleri.t in ctll tilings. 0. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1858? WHOLE NUMBER M fi-iiTu or jnwcniPTioi. Strictly In edranre, II M at tlx end of tlx mouUu, $1 J5 at tbe end of the y ear, f t. ADVF.IITININn On eon.!? rtn week S AO -lie liijimrl' three week. 1 00 one.qnar. three mod. S Ml ne miliar, nit mo.. 4 00 one enune..n4 rear ' 00 Two .qnarea three nwi. (3 M two .iiire. nit num. on nn. ttpiarc on. y.ar S 00 four Kirnirp. on. year 1J 0 diii column on. year ill) on Bunliie.. C.rd. of not over l line. 1, ,,, Twelve line, nr lew of tlila l Liter nuke a iim. Obituary Notice, of more than five Ilnea, unle-a of general mierw.i, win -v iniwiicu ai uie nam. rai. a euverttatug matte, JOI1 PKIrWINa f y dMcrtption attended to on call. In the moat taat.fiil BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FAii.ni:uv hank or asiitaiiixa. office noma From A. M. to Vi V. ami Frini I to ...

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. — 30 October 1858

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. ASHTABULA: Saturday Morning, Or(. 30,1858. The EJilor has not yet RtBrunL but it eon Identty epeete4 this week. ;"W take tlii eppertntiity, tVrefcrre, to inyr Id paitfng with the Header of the Tklsofapii, m we trwst. we shall new be permitted, that they Art chiefly Indubtod for their moon the rant two Weeks, to those who ha-o had charge of this office. And eloald re be disnppoiuUd lu ear expectation, at expresaed above, we are till confident that the business of the office, in the sarce reliable kand, will eontiuuo to be cou tlucted will rqnal care aud promptness. ' Bat as to the Editor, we confess to a good deal f eppithentJon, always when be goes away lone, and had we even I n?pected that be con templated 10 rnsh a step at thia time, we ccr- taiuly should have labored with him. We have Dot forgotten his long prcachrr.cuta to 09, on the sublime add beautiful in res nintritnonium, nor his eloquent pleadings in bchulf of Provi dence, that it hi the manifest design, t...

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. — 30 October 1858

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BT JAMES KF.E1). Ashtabula, Ohio, Oct. 39, 185S. DOMESTIC MATTERS. We auk an apology of tlio render for tha do- nicrou errori which appear lit tlio editorial cor ' reiponJcuce on llie outside, which waa worked before we reached home. They aro too nitmer oris to particulnrise, we complimenl tlie reudor'i intelligence, by leaving him to make iho correc tions, unaided, as ho goes along. '.' ' Retcbskd. Will, reader, after ft ten ;,duy absence, we luive returned to our post w ith improved energies for the dischijje of its duties. " Our arrival w at too late an Miour for a survey, uml note of local mutters that have taken the liberty of occurring in . cur absence. After 6uch a season of free dom from the drudgery of a printing office, it will require a little lime te gut the har ness oo again, and become accustomed to '' its confinement, mid to its gulling tenden r cies. Cnr Pro T em hus done will for one . who takes the world single-handed, and seeks his happiness abou...

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. — 30 October 1858

The Young Bird of Passage. BY WILLIAM HOWITT. Oti fctrt oti little bird, lililh in tbv nntisw upot t Tlii lainmer tty txpnndt - i .l"r, far ')f oilier luJ, Hal then tbun koowest not. Itre I it thoa woke to lifts; Her only, life bmt knowo; Hera 'oiid flowcrt, loogi, greea grit, - AoJ itrnms IhHt plitUTlnn pas, n , ,, Thy merry hour lave flown. in) if to the bo glnm Thi wrtryof Uionght! " Jlcrt dost Ihoa bo to dwell, , . 'With tiling beloved m welL , . , Tbat ooue beside or thought. Sat noon I bnt toon ihaTl dawn Wliblo thee trnpe desires, ' fitrttnge dreamt of other kkies, , Btrange fnr-ofT melodies . . j The toaod of Indian choirs. . And thy Bret 1ovet and Joys, Hashed rpcll-boand ia thy heart, Frvtn woodland, field and stream, , Like pleasures of dream Shall tbey aud thou depart 1 f ' Callcd-argrd, thon know'st not bow, Uprpr thy soul shall spring, - Paring the ocean flood, Daring heaven's solitude, ,7 'La Wiib iuexperlenced wioj. . nbfrdrohirttlebird, ; i Strange as thy lot may be...

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. — 6 November 1858

" " " i i i N ...... j .. . - i , ; j, '.,,,, ; . ' 1' -' "' ' ' ' ' ' 1 'I "' ' ' ' " ' ' ; y - I t- ' '!. m - ' 1 r 'i Trj ' I- ; ': f-i: 't, -! it ,. ' ' '' ' ' ' ' Independent In all tilings. ; t . . i -. l . X-lj : a voLUMll ix. No,xx.xxyii. ::.'...,. 0 : , 'Ashtabula; o: Saturday moming, novemler; g;:1858; ;:;';:raoiE'PMBEK'.4G3. i i - i .. i i i i i r,, ft- .! r. . : .'.' S..i-d. n k.lrnce. 11 60 t the oo M iu bwiu", tbf nd if tin M- If 0n lqir nn wnk . Srt niimrc throe ' "J "!J um Kiinr ' ni". ,KJ Two tti(iiflim thre mnA.V3 no tW(r Miiiitnii ikx mn. 6 H. ofi Lilian' nnr yeiir " 00 four mitmrc one ymr 12 0 hall column out yfif af Tiri-lr Hoc" or lew rtf Tetter rnnH re. OWtufcrjr Nollren or n:ore thtfrt flvelil.ee. nrlee of'eienii lateiwt, will be liiearWdnt (lieam f le iu rtrertiltig iimttei JOH I'ltlM INi ....' orVT7 deacrlpdon lCe'mW(l tn in c,. In tli most tor tefifl ' . manner. 1 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Alt.MIH From A. M. to U M. and Frotri 1 to f V. M. . F.cli'riiige on N'ew...

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. — 6 November 1858

tlionglit over the Tiistnesa of that net work of Iron which rrciids over the land, lovelinfl hUl, penetrating mountain, skirting long rivers, leaping chnsma and r:h hg ravine, and each of these again dotted t short Interval villi iu mushroom city, r forest hamlet, each the embryo or nu cleus of a no distant mart of trade, and yoa In come degree, begin to ratrh ft faint Idea f the force and fitnm of the maxim. Bat tnr dear Fro Txk. en actnal survey, of these things Is necessary to realize In all Its ' tividncss and force, the sentiment "this is a great country." I Think, sir, of 130,000 people congrega ted from every suburb of creation, gathered lato one mass, passing throngb all the cease less twlstings and griping intricacies which characterize ft basket of eells, on ft spot which but abe-ivt a quarter or ft century go, was hardly known. The idea is too test to follow np. In our rambles we visited the cemetery. To one w ho has visited other resting places of the dead, this did not ...

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. — 6 November 1858

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. I BT JAktli Htktj. AshlabuU,Ohio, ot. 6, 1858. S. M. Pettengill & Co. 's T)V(tnTtHIV1 AnUKCY, I1 Kaa street, Hew Yer. end 10 HUM raei, Bnrtrm, r lb Agent tor the THfaHfll, d th "el tnnwentUI end largest elreoletlng Newspere ia the linlied States end tlx Csiuuls. Tbey are authorised tm tMltWl mr at nil' LOWMT RT. DOMESTIC MATTERS. Oar erotic friend '(lit independent cntfiifisifl for congressional honor -ontler the lead, and In singular harmony of diction with Ills' fitfble eontrier. of the Sentinel, attempts tt Utile smutty imartnets toward as In a recent num ber of that Jonrnrfl. The reader of that ihCt iltl no doubt, haro smiled at his apt- ess In the line of biography; Iri the etfrne of thW chtk. frej life, he sayj we once tried our haftd n't coopering, thl maf; perhaps be so, but we" hare no very rfwtinct recollection of such Intl biacy with the barret If we had, we should tot probably shrink from the acknowledgment br It, TUB falling f 11 Cooper we look un ...

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. — 6 November 1858

The Smack in School. Tlie following luei.l.-nt m a DUlrict School, described ty MMYilliiin Pitt 1'alnier, of New Yprk, rrwmieiit of tlie KauliHtUii lnsuniiica tympany, in en aJiiirsn liefoio "'1 he Liturfcry Hociely," luStockbriilgp, Musa., hit native hoiie, will take many whose Iieail are now ttreuked ith tiWcy hairs, i jounwy bbcV lo boyhood and early lift. - - u j , . . . . A DiHti'.et Svliool, not fur away Mid tteiksMre ..Ha, one Wiuiei a day Wiw hiiiiiiiiirjj wiih ill wonted uoieu Cl' thrce-acoru niinih d girla aiitl boys ' , ISonio few ution llieir tar-ka intent, Hut more on fuilive inistlntT licul ( . '1 lie while the Muetcr downward look ' 'Wng luMencd oil a copy bonk '"When unJtlciily behind bis back, , liutt hkiirp arid clear t coming khaok I A 'iwtre a buttery of bliss lt t iff in one tremendous, kiss ! ' What'i ihut f" the Htartlcd Master cricl i "That Hiir a little imp replica, t AVnlh William Willuu.il you pleuthe ' 1 auw him kilh Chulhunnuii 1 euil.e 1" 'WiiU frowu to...

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. — 13 November 1858

11 -r A. 33 "sr crnvLms iflididid. VOLUME IX. NO. XXXXVIIL ASHTABULA, . XiaclGiDoxiciexit in. ctii tilings. 0. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1858. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '''..' . . , . " 1 "' 1 . ' . "' 1 ' ' rnl i, I wiiii in I a. . , ' . '. ' ' JJ- JJ-J JiJ JO; HJJ: JL Ul Ai.a! "11; ii' 1 a - m a k i pi t t i i it ? if ' ; " - I ' vSl SO .IN ilo- WHOLE. NUMBER TEiiMS of nnwcBirriou. fttrlctlv In i'Itvim, t M at tb end of sis months, $1 Te at tb end nf th. year, t. On eqnan. An vwk $ M .no acinars thrre weeks J 00 eneaiitar three mni, 9 M on. square sis mm, 4 00 Two aqusrea three im t3 M two fHiiiN.iT. .ft mo.. o 00 on iuar one year S 00 fnnr square on. year 12 0( on. emier nno year B 00 Buiinea Card, of not over at. line pet rear nnir column on your an on I 00 Twelve Iln.a or Icm of thla .lxe letter mud. unnare. Obituary Notices of more than Dtp linn, nnleea of fjfnornt inMr.it, win o insert ai in inmn rate a. advertising mattet Jon imiiivi im. f every description attended to on ca....

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. — 13 November 1858

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. A S II T A XJ LA:1! Ssfunl.iy Mernl :, Kot. .3,1858. Proclamation by the Governor. Ia cornplinnce with a Joint jRcolatioti of the Gfiioral Assembly, I, 8ai.vo P Crash, Gover- or of tfi Bute of Ohio, hereby appoint l hura Ctj, tb 25th any of November, 1853, m day Of t 4 t 'i f 1 r i - . r r T . "- 1 ! Tftonf ff(crnf fttf Prosft in Almighty God I " Aad I earnestly recommend to the People of tbe State the doe observance of that day by vbsuoence from ordinary Ubon; by pablio and privst offoiin tf prdise and gn.tito.de for tbe multiform and manifold Blessing and Benefits, National, Social and Personal, which God hath been graciously pleased to bestow npon us; and by frrveut prayer that lie will cause 11 in Goo J -rsess to abouud yet more ond more towards us, rot;ctiug oar whole Country from foreign ene- luiel and domestic distensions; distinguishing by Ilia Favor, our State Institutions of Govern- rneul, Education and Benevolence, and conduct ing each of os through bless...

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. — 13 November 1858

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. I1Y JAMIM KF.KI). Ashtabula, Ohio, Nov. 13, 1858. S. M. Pettengill & Co.'s ADVERTIHINO AflBNCV, IU Nsn street. New York,n4 10 mat street, Bnton, are the Agenta for the TfLKOHArH, and II nvMit Inflnetittd anil largest circulating Ne"rl In tbe United Male and tlie Canada. Tbry ere uthorixed (o eitret for as at our LOweST ratk. DOMESTIC MATTERS. T Drlikqurktl W have been, for ome tlmo, gradually arriving at the opinion, that It it about time to have a settlement with our de linquent subscribers. The thing seems to be becoming more and mere Inevitable. The con dition of our exchequer inipcritivcty demands it; on the ctound of riuht it is demanded j on the core or self respect and morulily it is absolute ly Indispensable. ' We have been sending the, TthgrajX 1o not aft w, some in the county but more out, with whom we have no acqunint nce, in the exercise of that confidence in the latent houesty of human nature, which wo all like to believe will sooner or lutcr, asse...

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. — 13 November 1858

Fretful Farmers. TH New Yoi k 'J'rihnne well sny : "Men mak tbcmilvrs nncomfut'ta'ilty (Jo itroy the pence of their fitniilirs, and actn make themsehes hatcJ bj fretfulncsa." Ecprhrr ajs i "ItU not work that I illi tnen It U Worry. Work is hfa.iriy you can hardly nt more upon man than ha can bear. Vcrrj Is rtmt opon Ilia blade. It is not the revolution that destroy th, machinery, ktit the friction. Fear secretes acid, but K)ve and aud trust ore sweet juices." We know a man with a putiviit, pood, Christian wife, ami wo never branl him peak a kind, pleasant word to her, aud if he ever did l the balf eentarj they have Iter) tmrethcr, lie ia alwaja in 8 fret. Kvery tling goes wror.ff. Yon would llfink that he was Biade of efw-a;raiued timber, and had al ways been Iryinir to digest a croiw-cut saw, lie is eternally ctojw, and always thinks that his wife and children, lured hands and all the domestic animals have entered Into a combination to worry him to death, lie Is not onlr rusty, but...

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