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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 2 February 1861

A :: A 1 I rni"11 A"' II vY T f i T - 1 H A " " " a H ' .1.1 It Ii , ..rT .1 , irl YTSJ H Tv A f i Pv l i i i l ii i i" i ii is .11 m iixifiiii iiii.il ii i i ll' i til I'll 1 1 i i i ' " i i ' i l 1 . : i . t' -H" " By,.Jmes Heed. Xnc3.03PO3aclQ3at ' ,1 n ctll . turners.', ; 1 ..J mi ii'inr i in tersrm ; ASHTABULA, 0.; SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2; 1861.; ; .YULUMi- JU. flU 0..u. WIIOLE NUMBER 580. ; A 1 II II' 'II t III till. Ill I " i J 11,11.111 1 .11 II I II '"II' 111 ll('lill.l lit' I till IM ! Ml 1 1 i u x i i i u n . , r ii . f t , . ' . . n . iw i 1 i t 1 1 1 f ' i k t . . r , r . iii, .. i iri'-.;ii.i...i .111.11 11 it 1 - t . f .11 t ... TIRHI OF BtTBiORIPTIOW. Tin Dollar! far a aaat. If paid rtrloUjr la adranaa $1 10. ADYTI8IK OtnunmTMk f to Onsqarthrwka 1 00 aqaar tbraa IM. , t en tqoaraals m 0 fraaanoa noa. w fo.r (qnaru on jar 1 1 M kir ! J M o-., . n UMib llBt-aai a I I Tw.l DM. .r IM 4f IhU IM "rB. OVtaarT Wntleaa ifrnM thao """? tatrart, will ba lcartad at thiwn mm...

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. — 2 February 1861

WEEKLY TEIJjGRAFU. ASIIIAJIJU L At U SATURDAY fcOPilMC'FIB'T "2. 1861. To the Republicans of Ashtabula County. . iw.ii el "practic-Vi "ftr" tlietth if fiarrh -ait, it 0 H k.vi... M d4 M iSirfyBi .win, v ;'.( j f Jtepnbllran. Hrllnln tnt It will be Je tinul'le. . C . , ...j i:.r....' to 11,4 neoi.le. " W . HVMI., !. ........ -.-. .... u....i.vi1k. rl,lJ fu4il(lH .Mild wa(.''l thee kin. JteoVUUeO TOtem l oe .BwnAk.' " ,,t" February, 1H. et 1 eliT- lt :-"" """J j.dge. and two et.rk, .l.aW r.l.r Pull the ......iuU-ient of lb oao'li-lite rrerl. In, fit. la , .d 1. the am, .to mt at emuo on.oa. te.it mac. r II whole townd.lp meet t the reme fleco, ee r. ti.-' - - ,.l.l TuivL it. ri'Wf n ' 8. it. lifsHNfl.L .-. ' I . lit.. A, WHKiMI, . 11. I. 1 Untie. Jefferson, Jan. 2, 1861. r S KsmoH has placed olir democratic fYfi'ti.Tji Jfn a diflkutt HxV .Before ejection, Wt pclcascif great snxiehMor ine mipgnij i iic ui....,, Jcnnun'ceJ' ih '.U'lrubricttD''' ''nnM pf iReir kstUiiy' to e!nt fli pefl"'...

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. — 2 February 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. li t ir "TU. review' or.MrvVi8, PrKts . sermon ; ty'tle )Sc. X''.'C)W.1!, WoJl It was Mjct let! wi-fifd i.jtrjiir In theo!rfms of this No. ai Iba TakM aapav W beeaiAefttfvari., deferred , to oext week. Wf expect to be able to lay It before oar Tender in the forthcoming number. Thi FwriTAton frljay evening laat by the Udiei of the Methodist Chorch,lipro?ed tot on ly nccea;' bo -at. eiUrta!driert wbicb ill ivbfj'aUonded wllf tbliik'of whe lMnT.. Tie' itUoOBOci".! fcrgoi.lbd'.UWef tastefal and abundant, tbe maslo, both oea. and lostromwi.' tol highly creditable, end tbe speaking; by Elder Chapii, the Kef. Mr. Axcimv and Professor Siabs, of WHIougbby Acadomy, was happily idfiptcd t6..tli?'occiBldn, ind added much to the ." jfBOalltiterest.; The-receipt' were kaadsorirei mounting 4 eoma.153. Tbe claims ofthe iliurcb' upon Iho coiuuiunTty was very generally acknowledged by, the severnl1 denominations Irj their attendance,, affordin...

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. — 2 February 1861

Oh. Be not the First. Cb, .be J,.'s ' ' A blot ths ef ftt . A flaw r Ik f ,0Ter , ' i VVhoaa hert awy pr" end. tT ron f M-now oo Mother-,' , .' And ' mr w Tb let o apeak "e" of onr r,rol0f' Or speak aot about him all. - A wi' rr a sigh fey wVn 8in.lcion most f.U snd ondu I Ad the Onr belief rosy b s!k ,. Xa kiuti that are honest sod true. . Ew oft the liRht r'JD, If wora by 'n(,, tb1 nw .,T eovwr fc" "r "1TT . Toe proud to ecknowledgs detest, 1$ beared frcto ih rTpoeritrt , J T psrcdy troth and affeclioa, . Cr loll a aonpicioa t rest. . .' JJflw eft tba frleud w bold desrasi 4 T ob!et emotions conceal J ' A d ooim tfce prst, slnow-et, - Up secret they eanoot taael Leave bees Bilnds la fcarfcw aturnMon A ad stsaU ones to trace cat drct-- . J aare b a noble amblHoa, For (a tba rclod that atupecta. . -J W aana ef aa Ic5w one another, . And efl list art of e fH Tbe let apeak efl ef enr brother, Cr syk rot bat ht at all. Oh. Be not the First. An Honert. Grow ! I am sitk of polucoece. I a...

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. — 9 February 1861

ASHT ABULA 5EKLY TELEGRAP 0 Independent in. all tnlngs. ffil SO In Advoice: wl VOLUME XI. NO. C. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 9. 1801. WHOLE NUMBER 581. ASHTABULA, January 21st, 1861. Sin The nnderal(rned rrrmbert or the Flnit Congregational Char eh end Soelrty of iahtabula, believing that the Sermon preached by 7 on the afternoon of Snnday, the 20lh Inat., woold by a more extended circula tion, b the meana of doing much food. W therefore requeat tf yon a oopy for publication. Very mpretriilty, 1 n HI'tniTRT V7M. rH'MPIIRF.T, BENBY HARRIS, ' W. W. HKRKICK. ASHTABULA, January 22d, 1861. ftrVam. We. Wirmparey, 7Vrea, othert. Grxra The Sermon referred to, and which yon dealr a for la at aervlce. R. H. OONKLIN. SERMON. 15. hi ! 18. And he that atealeth a man and erllrlh him, br If he be found In hie hand, he aball aurely be put to death. Parr, xxm t IN 1ft. Thno ahalt not deliver unto hia mas ter the pernio! which la encner from hia maater unto thee, lie ahall dwell with th...

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. — 9 February 1861

tha collie and the shivcs, whom the caprl . cions mnster mifiht alienate, or destroy with out beinjr responsible to any earthly tribu nal.' He gcx-1 on lo say, father might cbaitice, Imprison, nil', doom to chains and slavery, or death at pleasure. Thai nch parental tyranny was unmitigated , wickedness none will deny. . Yet whore did Christ, or hie sportles ever rebuke it, n so many ord T ' Forum. So the husband had power ever the wife could whip her, and uader cerlniu circumstances put her to death. B-n wlion did Christ or Hits apostles ever openff re liukc, or condemn this moustroue outrage on the marriage covenant f It U sometimes said, with a sort or trt r.n.,1., that the apostles recognized the - lawfulness of the relation of masters and Slaves, wheu they gave specific instructions to rrgnlate those relations, and since they did not condemn slavery in connection with neb Instruction, therefore slavery is right. This is the real gist of the argument. I atiser. Tbe apostles also ...

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. — 9 February 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. W publish to-dity Rer. Mr. Coneun'i nerraon in rciew end reply to Rer. IIknrt J. Van Dtke'i icrmon on Abolitionism His first bend we publish in full! as written and delivered in the afternoon, except note added to a quotation from Dr. Ilnphall. His 2d, 3d, and 4th head as delivered in the evening, is somewhat abridged for the want of room. The review will be foand to bo a rigorous and scathing one, in which the lophistry of the pro-slavery trimmer is very effectually swept away, and the Rev. advo cate of oppression and injustice appears to the reader of the review, in a position .not inaptly represented by the culprit whose ubtcrfuges one after another full him, tin til at last he stands before the court and jury in all the naked odiousncss of obsti nate, but exposed guilt. Lrctcrb bt Datard Tatlor. Our readers will bear iu mind the lecture, on Wednesday evening, next, of the world renowned traveler aod writer, Bayard Taylor....

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. — 9 February 1861

ill. iirASTFll COMMISSIONERS Sam IV 1 A I IM - V .' ..,,,.i, Common AND TrsMENTM-C"-" flm-Kwmw Term. '" WnB.lW. I Ordm ta8.lt. V Mid wife. 1 .r a. I. il.ilr l.rnied from M Court ".""""'-T.h. Mr of tlx Court House, la Jeller- Ashta"'""""'0"'"' Satardny, tb 16tb dny of February, A. D. 18bl. Mwe.n th hnr of 10 nd t or 'J' "Al E.ln, de.rnhod lands and I enen.ents. tnit: rMtnste J" !? ..i.r ....;,. l'..nlv of A shtshnla. and Slat of Obi... being a prt-f l" Nn- ""V 1"" ft,,! " which I- localcd . Ti.nn.rr, ami bounded s. follow. . I Icirln- l.rf thenc. r's-brly elnns; the ! of the Mill Race t-htT-. fel ! thence N..pll.f.I.T ln '' T ths renter of Mill. I..I .111, th. I.'. l(ie Of til Tstinery I" -h.i. ...Ik. the center of ti e Tad Rice I" " " ' ' .1.. 1.11 in to the Curding Machine ; wry.. ,., r , sr,h ,nence ' v,.t ..i.l lln. to within thirty w7tof to. WrwT.bi.of th. T.nne.y: thenc. Konll. to the To. of i,ionl.i.cnnt.lnin.nn.crof tai.d, b th nnie .,. or le Appraised st - finnlal Matter Ooi...

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. — 16 February 1861

mm - ?. i i . i v ii' i it v- a 1 -..'; tv 53y JameS nPLeecl- VOLUME XI. NO. 7. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 10. 1601. independent In cxll tUlng-s. l Si DO in Aavance. TH Ml III I L-IUJJ, fc WHOLE NUMBER 582. TCRHI OF ICIICKIFTIOK tn ZMlsi t inn. If paid atitcuy tl SO. Mimmmm to t Tww '"' mMlbmiH. t to .qrU ax 4 0 J-"""'"""' 1. ' ..... m I half seluaiasn ye es It 00 U 00 Bln4 Csrd wSt OTTlsUiiw-e Twelr lie I sru " - - . Ohltwery rfotleessfinor ths Or IlnM, nlM 'r"1 ..reet4 will ineorted t tb sees rats s sdysrtisiiio; nstttw r eery 4errlrtW attended tosnsstt, ta the net lewteful uienoer. ...... ,,. iii BUSINESS DIRECTORY. rAHHKRI' BANK OP ASHTABULA. Or r l;lt HOLMS) from l, ,W H M. snd Front t F. at. v Physicians hfc. J. O. HUBBARD, AahUbnU,b. 610 DR. M. KINUSLEY. Homeopathist. Kings Mire, 0. Hiring had aererat yeer SKserleno. he Ural htmeetf competent to glr Hli.raction t all who mar Ilia with eall. Ofnee, Mala .treat, nearly npportta at Kan. Rockwell. Reference Iiomeri...

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 February 1861

WEEKLY TrGEATJI. A S II T AJ A s SATURDAY OfiKI N tLVI 16, jm ' in In tWHowe on Wcdnrtiiny, an T.ts:wi.! nl llxKi.tx douhm-d ekctetU "tlta .kcUwasv. Itlc grplteA M. LmcIu t Colombo end -e-cfircd with Uie ionio, j'hiiTi'ly '!ch chartrcteriaed the feina inc' his ctec,i j'J Io - by Ilia Advlcc8froin AVdfbiugton iiulicata that -.i ...,.i,.i.tn l.itinir nf tlic discussions now Rbinff on there will b. a Jti.lloi.aI 1'Ofivcntion, clU-3 in a npn!af and constitutional ninnnrr. . It scons to be the prevalent notion that re- K.rr n,lr.nl tronblD Will 08 SOUlCWhnt ill III.) livni jMw- - - proportion to the general. fs about a settle rrfont. Hence ewry H'1 empiric ' m' bitiou Tor lomo sort of a compromise, or eon ccoslon, or surrender, or grave convocation 6nd deliberation to bring about the desired good Pome arc go cnthnsiaslict tn the work good republicans too thut they appear to be fast loBing their balauco, and unless tbey can be tu duccd to unbend their cOurt, and ease lliq ten- sioa upoa 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. — 16 February 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Krcsptio. Of theV riiKPiRKKT. We have been requested by several of our citizens toeall( i)'ictinif-tlii8, Friday evening, gay 1 o'clock' at the Telr graph office, of such as feel disposed to act la tho, matter, to adapt some system for a proper meeting of the president elect, on Sat urday, as It Is supposed the special train which conveys him to Buffalo, will pinkc a brief bait uih place.' ' .". -,' i Post Ornui Elkctkul--Seldom has our sob er town been more in earnest over aa election than that which occurred on Saturday last for designating a candidate for the appointment un der the new administration, of Postmaster. The candidates had canvassed every nook and cor ner of the town, aiid every voter had been ap pealed to for his support, and under this State of things it was quite Datural that some degree of fervor should have been enlisted, and a lurgo voto called out.,.' Though many questioned the authority of the Central c...

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 February 1861

A Women's Opinion of Major Anderson. A wmntmoVtit of N- Y' 7"""r' ?l Charleston, i.(i cover"atio svith the women alio nrrnt'jf lrft Fori flnmtrr jr.rl i-ni bsiked tt Charles-ton for ! ' in a. He refers tinrllculiirj to one of tla older women, s Corporal's wife ", Kite Iffmrrt to worship tli pHlUnt Ascntit'OM, and aiil trerj man looked tip to bim with 1 fi-t1inp Approaching veiirTBlion. "I Belted her," he mja, .lion, the .Star ef the W est, llvt tye flushed with ialiiotio fire." "Ah, Sir," ch said, "you ought lo hare wen our If" command.r ou tlint tren'ful morning. The men were almost ancoiitroluble bui a word from Am stsid them. One of the t fficera wae cry anxiom lo fir, if but once, bat Ma. AsDEttfos replied that ho would, at etery bnrard aerlrl iho ehoddinS of the first drop of blood. 'If it &a come, from 001 otinonenfs first. Oo their hrridsuc the dime of batliinir their henda In tbeir own brother blood." She added that the Major la the eoul of honor, and be will never allow...

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 February 1861

w key ;:;;iiophe -1 ' ' ' ' ' - .,-v-V u r k n ; 33y Jtxiiios I3.oocl. VOLUME XI. NO. 8. ASHTABULA, 0 SATURDAY MORNING. FEBBUAKY 23, 1SG1. maopondent in ctll tilings. Advance; WITOLE NUMBER TEtlMS OP VBgCRIFTIOlf. lt tr-Haii i . If (alii rtifctl; le dvae $1 SO. ADVEUTIS1KO. be one ek I AO One n1' three VHkl 1 W on M)MTt three mo, f 0 en anuar el trio. 4 on inuAr on year. Tw erinarea three mo. I 1 (I two Tnree t mo. oo tw qurr 0 tear . 00 fonr aaweree eae year 12 09 bnlf aolaara om tw St 04 "..law, Celd of eol ever ill lint p year ' t 0 Tlt Hoot or le of thli ela totter aaake moor. , OMtoarr Nottcee nf more Urn irm lie, enleaa nf er iiareal, oill be Ineertod t Ih earn rate aa edtertUteg matter f ovary dKriMa attend to U, la Ui auet taatoful , , , - Biaaner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. HtAIimeri' hauk or aihtabila VrriCK HOl'Rrl from A. at. to li U. and from I to I f. M, Phyalalan. bit. J. C, HUBBARD, Ashtabula, 0. 61 IH. M. KINUSLKY, Homeopathi.t, Klnge Till, O. Ilaring had arr1 yeer'a enper...

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 February 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. SATURDAY MORNING FEB'Y 23, 1861. Precedent Progress. Tt reception at Cleveland1 U represented on H riamls, to have befn vr happiiv end f fleet tally mf)ifr'. her eitlae-ns adding molW la rfl t( her eliilet lot the commendable fnantrM In trbich the doet ap ter f1)lic th montr1lon. The moltiince that patlitrfd lo anrf jrwi tWj)rriMent,"M vsry jrett. Tl tff of ToV..I)cr.nion, end a ewiwU-rlte nnmter of Uie citiwM of Clever! accompanied the pre- he hit It a '-oVpol at 9. on rHatordnv morning, Mi. tinci.Iii occBpjtuj tlie rear plat form of the er. anJ lowing; to thr moltlmdo, t It ptuseJ eat of tlit depot. ' 3 At VTilloagUby the train ttopped fbr tine miaul. ' A large crowd had etwmUctl, end Mr. Lincoln bowed to them tVwitlrie platform of the car. 11 in pfaruucu was greeted whb clircrt and the waving of handkerchief. , ,. The traiu flopped fur five minute at .Vines tille. Ihe crewd assembled at thia point wm inxncpfo, and the enthusiasm atibtrunded. . Mr. Lin...

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 February 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. F Musical ConcitnT A musical cntertainmeoi Will be given at Smith's II ell, co Tuesday even: Inf Hi Oil of March, ty rfio.T.n,norKiit. assisted by tho Mifict "iVAMironTii, well known oealit of Madison, Mr. J. MArmM, of Ashtabula, and a performer, Misse F. Aa pnicwt of Wayoo,aod Hsi.bcrv of Ashtabula nJ'Mf, N.JIpbbafd, ( alto, ot Ashtabula. l'lirlicuiUrg will be given Viexi k. Out cili kens', ro at all iWmtt ''ready, lix tf tri bute to the worlft t.f Prof. 1rKia as cltl fcrn, and musician, nnd their sympathy will no .doubt respond to this, llhasdooeothersi.nl. lar appeals for encouragement, -Vtin BiTr.i.rtcK.-Fivt pairs of three year ' steers, from the farm of A. Gieralo, panged tbroneh Jul village on Thursday Inst, on their way cast, which It would be bard to beat ' Ono pair ont of the lot wan pnt opon the scales and the beam kicked at i,650 pounds. . Anoui Pens. With commendable degree fcf c.Trofitcry, ire are charged with d...

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 February 1861

From the Dose Journal. From the Dose Journal. MARY. Or bairn" wmirxw eight, Mrj, Jtt M ih t recet)t mooa f I tr) ilirowa Mi ber f erey w lefttr. &ioon t " nrl in frjpn, rqneterd spot, teneth a drooping tree, Fond word wera breathed, by jon forgot, That still Br) dear to srie, Msry, Tliat still are dew to me. - OK w Bapp t,," Mrj Time lingered oa Bi war. To crowd a lifetime in night, WLote age In d"J I Jf tttr and van woold set nod rite The in our after year, ' Tli world would be a paradto, And not n rait of team, Mary, .And not a le of tears, 1 lire but In tha past, Marr Tht gluriou daya nf .old I lien lort waa boarded in the heart. At misera board tbeir (told; And oflea like a bridal train, - To music toft and law. The by gouo momenta cross my brain. In all their summer glow, Mary, la all Uicir summer glow. . Tucie V It Ions form and fade, Mary, As aga comes stealing on, To bring tbo light and leave the shade Of days forever gone 1 The poet's brow may wear at last 1 be bars tha...

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. — 2 March 1861

LA Y nrncn ELEGR -t-LL ILJiO i t . ., ...,,,111 I, ' I , . , I , , , , , By James Reed. independent in. all tilings. SI SO in Advance, VOLUME XL NO. 9. ASHTABULA, oTsATUBDAyIioRNING. MARCH 2, 1801. ''T '. WHOLE NUlBl-iTss j7 """ """" ; TERNI OF itJBiCRlPTIOW. Two Doltar t mm-. If rld rtileilj la edvsae H t.. ' - . tfimnmUinm. I i 8 )K en,usr three week 1 00 0ne oiuare three mo. I to en iqlin il I. 4 JO two sous s " tw qnrv an yr 00 four en, uaree on yf IS 00 hair wlaui en year SI 00 ft uukN mm rear. " . n i- .r m arar all Him ml year 00 , Tlo tine a lo of this lettet mak Mint. Obituary Kotlm of mo- 8r 111, nlea of genera, tatrett, -til V tnasrted t th seme rate . sdverttelng melti " ' JOB pUintimg. try drlptloB attended to on oil, la th -ottatful . manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. rABNERI' BANK OP ASHTABULA. 3 ' OFFICE HOURS '"" from 0 A. M. to 11 M. sod i'mro 1 to If. V. Pktyslelaai. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula. O. 61 DR. M. KINGSLEY. Honicopathist, King Till, O. Hot tug had earerat ra...

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. — 2 March 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. AS1IT ABUL A i S A TU R DAY K0 R N I R C." M A RCH2J 861 AntsmoTiiit Plot I'srCATKii. Much inr- nrin and IndignRtion wns manifested to lern " tin SatarJoy last, that tie Vreaidenl elect kJ lico constrained, fin account of In format ioa r- tcivcil o1) FrMity evening at Ilarribbiirjf, r-, to muka a precij.itato pngnngo through Ujjlti rrtoro, to ayoid pertona! vlolenc ind M"h' . t or. A messenger racl.d I.rrMr; on Fri-1 " 0v evenins. from Gov. Hirri and t'n- r-UTr who disclosed moat diabolical plot to dee-troy tb life of Mr. Lfxroi-if. 7 throwing tha train ' from Ibe fad. down a high embankment, and it. earn of failure iu tlat, to reach him while pat ina from one depot lo the other in Ualtimore, ' and to tSipateb bi.n with the kuifo or tbe pistol The character of the iuforritant waa auch, that " implicit credence wamiven to Information by the pref idential party, who entered iuto a con clave about the course or proceeding. The President insisted opoo making no change ...

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. — 2 March 1861

WEEIvLYTJiLEGRAPH. by jamis nttn. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. , t is,t''p,, Cokckf.t A TMiidicnl entertainment .1 ' Will bo given at Smith's Hall, an Wadnesdny even. ,v ;..!:it!i 6tl oT March, ty TbopT. H. Hopkins, assisted b) Ihrt Missei WiMwonTrt, well known " vocaltsle of Madison, Mr. J. Mahfhri.p, of Ashtabula, and n performers, Misses P. Ah- t rtaffwi of Wajnc, and Hot-BcnT, or Ashtabula and Mr. N, llcnmn, also, of Ashtabula. I'articalors tee adrarlisement Our' citi ' wns, are at alt . lime , ready to pay a Iri ' bnto to tho worth of Prof. Hot-kins os a citi r.rn, arid musician, nnd their sympathy will no doubt respond to this, as It has done other siuii- , Ur appeals for eticoDrajrcinetit. . Important Annus. The homo of Das Swift of Sheffluld, stolen on tho 2olh of Oo lobar has been recovered, and ouo of the thieves takes. Tha Information that led to the arrast was obtained from a former memberof so or giuiizaliori, oow livlnj in this counly. . This Information induced Messrs. J....

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. — 2 March 1861

Truth in Parenthesis. t more than words can toll I (Your Bv aud tbii jr shiners,) You draw ma by nameless spell, (As California draw the miners) Too are so rich In beauty's dower, (And rich l scvcrnl ways beside it,) II iid 1 yonr hand wl.l.iu my power, (Across a banker's draft to pnitlo it.) No euro my future life coulJ dim t " (My tailor, loo, what joy to bim J ) Oh, . my yonnjr, my fnwn like pirl, (She's old enough to I my mother.) Let "yen," o'erlenp those gales of peart, (My laughter is bard to smother.) Lit lipi that hva hath formed for joy, . (IV joy. if they her purge resign me,) Ion lu xate ere they destroy, - ( A nd to dcbiot's jil consign me,) Tlie heart thai heals but to adore I (Yourself tlie less yonr fortune more.) Consent consent, my prieelcsa love I - (Her prlco la five and thirty thousand,) I menr by all, nronnd, above, (Her punt strings now, I feel are loosened, 1 have not loved yon for your wealth, (Nor loved at all, as I'm a sinner I ) Oh, blisr, ! yon yield, on...

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