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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 4 May 1861

AvCiiTinn 111LA unun TELE ii n ELY By James 3FLeccl. XL NO. 18. ASHTABULA, 0., IrriclorporLcleiit in au unnga SATUEDAY MORNING. MAY 4. 1801. SI SO, in. A.actrLCo WHOLE NUMBER TK RMS OP utinscniPTiojf. Two Dollari per nnam. If paid strictly In drnc f 1 60. ADVEHT1SIHO. One sonar one week I 60 One aqoar three weeks 1 00 trs sower three moa. : 2 to One square six tana, 4 00 One square one year. . 00 Two sunares three mod. I 2 So two squares six moil. 4 00 two tqoarea Ml year 8 00 four squares one year 12 00 half column one year 25 00 utlneas Cardi of not oiper six lines t year Twelr Hnee or lean of thla Ue letter make a sqnare, 8 00 Obituary Notice of mnr than Are Ilnea. unless of general tuterat,wf II be Inserted at tlie name rate as .advertising matter. ' JOB PRINTsHfJ. e?rrj deeerlptton attended to on call, in the moat taataful manner, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. pahmeh)' hank op abiitabila. OFFICE HOCK From 9 A. H. . to 12 M. and From 1 to 1 P. M. Phyelelane. IK. j; C. HU It BARD, Ashtabul...

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. — 4 May 1861

southern tutes' end Ilk term re employ id by those Oovernors to express their abhorrence of any attempt on tbe part of Mr. Lincoln to vindicate hie rifrht to be re garded and treated as Chief Magtitrmt of ib Republic. And thus Southern Union ism cullsp.es with an absurd screech, ami leases the Ccld clear to the bolder architects striata who are openly Intent on polling (town tho temple of liberty aud burying the Nation beneath It ruin. flticb bastard Unionism tin mined the Union cause In all the Slave Stnt ; it hss rj nearly nndone the country. The base murder of the Mnchoeita volunteer in Baltimore, the abne and maiming of nnnr wed Pennsylvsnians by the Secesionints of thst citT the Imrningof Oon. Cadwall ader't mansion, the destruction of railroad and ttlcroplis aronnd Baltimore, cutting off tho Government from all communication with the loyal a' ales, the giving over of most of Maryland to utter anarchy and ruffianism, w hereby a bare suspicion of love for the Union i deemed a wa...

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. — 4 May 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Wood 1 Wood t I ThoM who bar im4 la pay their rub ecrlptlona la wood, will bllg by bringing It Immediately. Oats wanted at this ofllce on subscription. The Ashtabula company, Capt. Fowler, and the Morgan company Capt. Crone, aro the only companies accepted, ond they will go into camp by order of Geo. Cadwcll, la tbia place. Our Jefferson friends, and do doubt many others, in the county will keenly feci the disappointment or tins decision. RxuRr Mketino I The subscribers, and those wlghing to become such to the fund for the relief of the families of volunteers, are here by notified to meet at Firemen's Hall, on Mon day evening the 4th Inst, to choose a committee for assessing and distributing said fund. Tub Buildiko Co,mmittkk of the Congrega tionol Church, we are requested to say will meet at the office of Judge Fussctt, this Sat urday evening, at half past 7 o'clock. The Swiss Dell Ringers, will give one of their novel and 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. — 4 May 1861

IrTb Illinoli Central Railroad Com pany hT llof d no grain or prOYitf oni to b tent over their line from Cairo for a week or two put. It wi high time that this oare of inpplj thoald be ctit ofT, for the traltori have been importing an mormon qnantitj of breadatufls for the IorI four month. Of corn alone nearly a million bnsheli a month hate been purchased, and aboata thirty .thonxand barrel of flour. Ther." were delivered at Cairo in March alooe of wheat, 15,091 bushel ; corn, 321.690 bushels : oaU. 138.831 bushels: and of floor, 25,010 btrrIa. There have Tieen itored In the southern granaries since December not less thnn five million bushels of corn bonght In Illinois. " "Tbrough Baltimore to WaRhlngtonl" Is the motto of the patriotio soldiery now resiling to arras in the Free States. In going to the national Ctipital, in obedience to the call of ihcir country, they hare no intention to torn short angels or follow de vious courses, either to avoid the Tlng- Uglies or Baltimore or p...

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. — 11 May 1861

111 :A-P t. v : JUJJiil t- 1 SL .? f I I: LA 11$ y.Ui.: By- iTames ILoeca..t VOLUME XL NO. 19. ASHTABULA, P., indbpendent in.V.fciiL tilings. SATUBDAY HORNING. 1IAY11, 1801. 31 SO to Aavanco. Vf TEHNl OF itlBSClUPTIOIf. Tint Dollars per unn. If paid strictly la adraeee f 1 SO. ADVKRTIiIN. Om square on. wk I SO One square three Wfkl 1 00 Om equar three mot. 1 0 On equar six 4 00 Ob Maer on. tmi. 6 00 Two sqnares three mos. $ t So two squares al mo. 6 00 tw Square one year fmir equar on year half column on year a oo 11 00 00 hilim Crd of ot ewr ill pr year 00 Twelre llnu or ta ofthl lb Utter make a square. Obituary Notices of mor fhe Are tines, nnless of general iMrt,wlll M inserted at n wn raw aa.aaTerttaing matter. job pmnTmoi of erery description attended to on call. In the moat tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ViRHERI BANK OF ASHTABULA. omuiE hours i 1 From A. M. to IX M. and Prom 1 to I P. if. Phyalclane. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, 0. 61 PR. M. KINGSLEY, Homeopathist, Kings , rlll...

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. — 11 May 1861

It onfers upon all, bacao It U hotna, and fa therliod, where sleep lbs ethes of oar ancestors' and In whlca tha hopes of posterity repot We fought oar bardet battle when wo beard tbe good by, took the warm bonds, end look ed Into the familiar eyes of lb one we loft behind. We felt whea It was well, over, that we coald Jc anything better then each parti n ft.. . At Cleveland we were met at the depot end escort ed about antil ear eyes were fill of dwt, end ar limbe fall of weariness. la the afleraooa tya were briny "In Cleveland, at we wiarched throno-h crowded itreeta to the O. C. 4 C. It. H. depot. It was toon ever, when arrrid cheer almost deafening, waving of hats, bonnets, end nandkerchiera, we cut Ioom for Colombo, where Wt arrived at 8 p. m, and left for Marietta at 9 1 p. m. . Tuesday morning we brought op io Lovelorn), aod fouod froit trees in full bloom, end the season at least two weeks in advance of Aibtabnla. The Marietta railroad is as roagh as a pole brldjre, aod eot as...

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. — 11 May 1861

Weekly Telegraph. IT MII MIO. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Woo t Wona I r Thou wb hnvw tgntt to pay their ub vlftlota la wood, WlU oblige by bringing It Immediately. Oats wanted at tbla office oo subscription.. Narrow Escape. While Dr. Barret or this Tillage. h engaged with a volcanlztng machine the other da, en explosion ensued blowing off the bead of the cylinder, chattering the window, carrying the bead through the joists over bead, prostrating the doctor, and laying thing around loose, generally. The greatest wonder ti.that doctor escaped instant death. IxsT. -Left the residence or his mother oo Tuesday morning last, Supply II. Howard, aged 39 years, and subject to fits, and derangmeot, einee which nothing has been heard or him. It Is (apposed that he may have wandered about the neighborhood, and being a stranger, railed to find bis way back. He was or medium size, od dressed lu black, with drab hat. "Any in formation respecting him would be thankfully received by his mother, Mrs. M...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 11 May 1861

Virgins to the North. TV as ipcatg tna i -vtirelgri OVJ Pomloloa To Ut Norlhn btalei M frsok opinion J ; FIMI. ' Mot not t flgr ; 'U coercion, Tba atgoal fur oar prompt isprmloti. neon. Wait, UU I Tnl j fuiVtalriQO. j-, , B it for motor ot ait Wiotui . ... I t If I ttactar. my ultlmatam, Accept rojF Wrtat, M 1 UU W .1 'k' -" v . m ' ' I Tien til remain, wh.l I'm inclined to,' Foilin)t when I bv a wind to. - - Virgins to the North. The Fight at Baltimore. 'Don, O. S. Febrt, M. O. of the last Con greta, wm ia Daltlmorc during th attack of tba nob apoa Iba troop passing from on de pot to lb other, n gives tb following ver aloa of the fight, which doubt not, from fonner Intimala ocqaaintaoc with Mr. Ferry, b strictly truthful account i '' The entlr force of troop, with the ex ception of company 0. of Mas. Capt. Fol latisbee. and aa. unarmed Penn. company, bad passed through: tbe city to the depot CQ Ui other id. unmolested, when an iro- mrnse iwarm of rowdies,' 3,000 or 4,00ft atrong, c...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 18 May 1861

ASIITAB LA ' James incccl. VOLUME XL NO. 20. ASHTABULA, 0., IncLependent m all tilings. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 18, 1801. SI t.Jt:i-!?- SO in -A.ca.-w-txri.cy. WHOLE NUMBER 5952 TERMS Or BUBCRIPTIO. ".. Two Dollar, per nam. If paid .trletlt In advance $1 M, a n-vtr-.n. TIRING. Chva' annar. on. week 60 1 Two equare. threw mo.. 2 Oravsrioar. three week. 1 00 two l-nTe. '""- n ar thra. mo. ; ----- -' a ... n.-- f t nTcrrilx nrt pt yr 8 0-jiiuenn vi , Twelv. line, or Urn of this .Ue l.Uer mass a .qnar. -' OVitearT Notlo. of move than Sve Hns, nnless of general iatr.t,wlll reinserted at th nam rat ...advertising iattr. - JonPRlSiTINO. of avert description ttnlr1 to on call, In th. most tasteful Jrf . manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARM BH8, B ASK OF AtHTABlLA. OKKICK IIOUBM From A. M. to 12 M. and from 1 to S P. M. Plt)-lclan. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. fL .'.DR. M. KINOSLEY, Ilomcopalliist, Kings S ville, O. Having had several year', experience, ho feel. '. himself conmetent to give sa...

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 May 1861

tuttnttan of ftotng back to tht Union, lot kolJlj declara that tb Union tnat corn to them. Cotton In king and tverj ko moot bow to htm. Nothing but rarfert thrashing will brliin them Im-k. 1 expect tbt Mil ! wt hear will tt tht attempt to lakt Wasiilt.jtort. Wt h?t fool fioogh to makt the attempt. Tht Union pan j btrt I powrVt!a. and kepi In ml jw ton Ihruofth fear. The rontpntroit ha lake a ay all power from tha pwiil?. Hot una pay-tr bth Indrpcndvnca to tak ft aland fur tba Union. Timet art ihork log bard. AYEEKLY TELEGRAPH ASHTABULA: SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 18. 1861. Blood at St. Louia St. Louie wn the scene f lone excitement lust week, from a li'.tle prompt and decuito action on the part of the military force posted there, iu the management of the traitori uuder Got Jnckson. A boat 600 were tn camp, and were surrounded by tome ,000 or 8,000 federal troops anda notified to aarrender io half an boor. These term, it wan tbooght discreet to accept Tha 800 were trrarcked oT aa prisoner...

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 May 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Wood I Wood I t tlw wh litre itnl to pay their eub wtpltoo ta wood, will oblig by bringing It Immediately. Oats wanted at ibit cITice on subscription. Tm VoLONTKicita In tbia camp were treated to ft f ftal dinner' on tbe camp gron'tid on Toes daw last by the la1iea of the village It Is said by those who were present, that tho boya ahow J themselves valiant trencher tnca, and if they only use the gun and bayonet with the facility of the ktiile and fork, traitordom will feel the wound. Notwithstanding they did ao well, the bounty of the ladies was a little too much fur them, and Ihey were compelled to retire before .formidable heaps of unreduced supplies. Qcn. Cadwill being; present, made a brief and per ' tiocnt speech in which the generous hospitality of the ladies waa duly complimented. ; ; The new village authorities are making their : mark. They have caused the public grounds , to bo put in complete order, trees have been ...

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 May 1861

Union Demonstration at Wheeling. - Mat 12. Thora was an Immense Union iemonitratlou here last niiilit. I be occt lou was a lerenatl to Hon. John S. Car lisle, Frank Plerponl., W. O. lirown, and other delegates to the West era Virginia Convention, which asterablei here to mor row. Eloqneut apeechet were made by Carlisle end l'ierpont, taking most deter mined ground never to submit to Jeff Da tin, and urging uni'ed action on tbo part f Northwestern Virginia in favor of au Immediate division of the state. Their flggettioD. were most enthusiicall; rccciv- ... The United Slates Rng will be raised on the. Custom House to morrow. Already a large number of delegates to the courention are in the city. It is sup posed from twenty five to thirty counties will be represented. From Annapolis. The Winans steam eun now guards the viaduct at the Relay House. A Baltimore paper stated thai wheu the gun was cp tured it was going out for practice. The agent in care of it admits that it was on the way t...

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 May 1861

irimim Y F ' '1 ft HAPH Ti n ,7 JUJUJiil ASHTABULA rnuTiT WW i f 3337a James 3Reecl. VOLUME XL NO. 21. TERNI OV SUBSCRIPTION. Fnrnlture, ASHTABULA, 0., sets np his need-i as tho rule by which the IncleiperLcleiit m miners. SATURDAY MORNING. (with some feeble MAY 25, 1801. ffil so in. .a-w-a,nco. WHOLE NUMBER 506. tw Dollar. pr annum. If paid rtrlcUr In advance 1 (0. ADVERTISING- Vie aonar on week I G On aquar three week 1 00 On aquar three mm, 60 On square tiT moil 4 00 OM nun ne rear. 6 00 Two .uiiare. thru mo. $ 1 two .quare. tlx mo.. I 0 two Miiarn on year 8 fnnr square, on. year 13 half column one year 2s mine.. Cardi of not over tlx linn rt jrar Twelve line, or lea. of till te ltcer make a square I Obituary Nolle, of mor than Ave line., unlea. of general JOB PRINTING. f Try d.icrljitlon attended to on call, In the moat tanteful manner, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. rAKMKHS' DANK OF ASIITABVLA. OKf'ICJC IIOLKS rrom A. M. to 1 M. and From 1 to 9 P. M. Phyalclan. Dlt. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabu...

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 May 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. AS If TABULA: SATURDAY MORWlHG. MAT 25, 1861. Tim Firm Battle. The opinlous aboet a meeting of the hostile forces vary to mech that tOtblDj SeCoU can be said to be entertained OQtaide of government coancilt. There It igoe opiuton that there will be a brash before long, of what character, or at what point there Is no well defined notion. Thli It entirely con aUtent with probabilities, If there it half at moch fight at boatt In the rebel. Oar own opinion U that they will venture no considerable engage ment where the forcei are anything like equal. We are willing' to hazard the opinion, that there will be no invasion of Pennsylvania as is Intima ed ; that Harper's Ferry will be abandoned if an earnest and deliberately arranged plan it entered upon to dislodge them ; and eren at Richmond, if not hemmed in by approaches which forbid a withdrawal, we shall hardly look for anything Worthy of the distinction of a re pectable fight. Our estimate of tonihern val or, ana t: e...

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. — 25 May 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. reor I Wood I e-Trieee ho liarr .freed to ist their suo .edition. In wind, will ellis u hy lili'th y. It lan.evlately. Antl-ftlaverw Saelety. Th l.hlnh.ila I s'W Ari tI aleieiy Sneiety elil nieelal Tennl.r Mrtll, Krhlnr May 81t. AU who MiniUiU In U tusesr Invited (o attend ; , ,- KM tiiit, Seerrry. Oat Vitd t Uili Office on either Dew or old no. MTiptl'OI. V 'ujLll - Tt LilUi' Soldier Aid Society are reirKt i tamert kt Templar's Hull, on Sstnrdiy evening st 1 'slock , to di rlie mesus to ihruilett the IndiMednea. or the aoetety. " A. J. Hafht, Bec'y. Oojr 'Wanted, SMM In wal.ti A lie -An Apprentice to the lTarnea rtnsl- 0.11. Diuvunin Ai.llrtln ahonld he made Immediately. Aabtatnila, Hi; w, 1.U1 C9f rKKBWTATION TO Tim Vol.t'STKRRS Oil Wediieedriy afternoon tthe drill itrntinil. arnyy of the Bibla wai. presented to each of the ulll eeri or the two volunteer companies In cump hero, and TeaiamenU to euoli of ihe tnci), fur Diall...

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. — 25 May 1861

Natural Soldiers. AIltcraoDcorrpfpondcnloftheChsrlfiCo-prriuerthVla ten Owr The.. -.I.at).y ih. time OU Ibi it rrulf 10 InTAda Virginia wiiU hi ! fag Ittnffini Bud N. Y. abort hoys, ill bar 200,000 splendid natural ulirt In Vlrgini to meet him I cand'nM Mifva they will provt ttnr. to any 400.000 of the hort ilotr sent irains-t tliom." It, I ory kind In thil writer to gits us bin candid bilif, bnt tba only iimtanc ty whicli w b try mean ofjmlgmsr, e " jly refer to th valor displayed by Vir gtuiana when John Bown and a few other, not "natural aoldiern," appeared ainunfr them, and to the more recent terror in the pOsaibility that John Brown, Jr., and few negroea, tnijtht land on the coast of Virgin U from an unarmed rei-1. Boston AUut. "AioTHt Uniok iMa Shot The De troit FretPrtu saya that Sfbatiax Lacer. who wna residing at Mrmplii. 'IVnn., with bif mo' her, where I hey went ronie two Tear airo from Monroe, waa chut a few day aince for refuinn to )"'" the ronfaler ate forcet He wan at...

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. — 1 June 1861

nnirriT "imn.m n mir- I .1 JiiLiiij'urJttAr r A QUm A "PI LA WEEKLY 33y CTcLines n.cecl. VOLUME XL NO. 22. ASHTABULA, 0 , SATURDAY MOENING, JUNE J, TsOl. SI SO lix Advance, WHOLE NUMBER 597. TAbUlus r e v . . - Dollars per innnm. If naid strictly In sdvancs $1 60. ADVEntlklSO' fm, Mn.r. on. k IHI Two n.. thr,,,. J W Oaa square three werss 1 00 'wo ..... 0 "CI on. jo". 00 1 half column on. year witness Card! of not orer six llne.-iei year 6 0 ii no 12 oo 36 00 8 00 Twelve lines or im or im. i - - - Obituary Notlcen of morn than lire line., onl... of genera' aatert,wlll be in.erted at the mme rate M.adrrttlng matter "jOlTriUIITINO. of every description attended to on call, in the moat tantcful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. "kABH EftSll A JS It F AgHTABlXA. Or'HCK IIOL'KS From o A. M. to U M. and From 1 to I P. M. Physicians. DR. J. 0. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 51 l)R. M. KINGSLKY, Homeopathist, Kings Vllle, O. Having had several year's evterienee, he feel" blroself enisie-tent to rive aati...

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. — 1 June 1861

EERLY TELEGRAPH. A S II T A 11 U L A i SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 1, 1SG1. Col. Joho-C. Fremont bus bsn appointed a Major-QcncruL From Mobil htt Uinl lorJ Lyons Im Informed the British Consul at I naeol tljnt lit In to rocognlM th blockade of the Southern ports, ml bus warmed English rcsselinot to it- ttmpt lo force It. The wonders of the magnetic Telegraph sre becoming more ud more apparent every clny. To iU MploiU in conveying; news, end relieving the world from the tedium of snspense, nnnilii latinR time and p.oo, it I adding the powers of production, and wt are rivaled oecA-ioimlly with the account of batik the slnnjrlitcr of the respective partiee, the prisoners tnken. ami a circumstantial n'heorssl of the exciting de tails of such event. We haJ the other day n brilliant altair nt Scwall's Point, soma four miles from Fortrem Monroe, under Gen. Butler, in which 400 rehcla were killed, and 600 taken prisoners, with a loss of only 84 men. Aftrr a brk'f moment of the enjnymerit of this...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 1 June 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. V d4 I Wood ! r These bo bar. ajrrerd to r" tllr snb r!j,tlons tn wood, will obllfre tin by brlnalrg It Immediately. Oat. Wanted lit thin onicc on either nw or old m sertutlnna. . flisjr Wanted. An Apprentice to the Harness Musi. a u wanted by J. II. SINCLAIR. ArmtlonUnn should be made Immediately. Ashtabula, May M, 1X01. GM Thr 19ili Urmimkkt os TnR MArtcn. 0;t Uie evening of llio 27t.li orders wore received at Camp Tuylor for tbs 19th Rg iincnt to drnw twenty four hours' ration and bo ready to march l moment's notice. Sulispq-ipntly they were ordered to proceed to Columbus and report themselves st Camp Jackson Tuesday evening. They marched out of Camp Taylor on Tuesday morning, to the."musio of Lelund's Hand. The Regiment presented a splendid opearence on their march through the street, nearly all the companies being armed, and some of them uni formly clothed, though not furnished with regit Jttliorj uniforms. The following...

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. — 1 June 1861

From the Mahoning Register. SPRING. Agnio Ibe toft iwrel breath of spring Float op from southern bowers, A dJ unseen fingers noiseless: ope Again the Icstci and floweret . 'While birds their songs of gladnee sing, Through all the bright boars. Airftin our prsnj o1 bills bare donned Their wonted robes of preen, And babbling brooks wind throngh tb vale, A thread of silver sheeu. And bleating flocks, and lowing kine, Gladden the pleasant scene. O, (flail sprlnff daj-a. so bright, so fair, lu Tain your sweets you bni'S I Onr eyes are dim with teors un-ueJ, Our lins refuse to sfn.tr, And dsrllj round our hearts and homes Cold mourning shadow cling. Ah onr ni,!" rc ,one'J' D0"' Our valley P,"!' gritss-prowii. And in our hearts spring's joyful voice .Awakens no answering lone I Godspeed the right (Jod shield the brave, And bring our loved ones borne. Seven large boxe of paper belonging to IV. E. Lee, lite of the United States Arinr. Lut now an offleer in the rebel camp, have been seized by...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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