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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 8 June 1861

TABU WLY ELE'G - p r - If LA MPS Mil VOLUME XL NO. 23. ' ' .' l3d.oreideiit iii cull tliirLg-s. TsnTABrjuTo.;; Saturday "6mir Juji alicL SI SO Ixl cLviicbtf 'I-'! iL-i.-L.li A.' Whole nuhbeivso?,:: t .('.. .tlttllS OP CBgCFUPTIO!f. Two Dollar par annum. If paid .tilctlj In advance $1 6a ADVERTISING. , On qaaiw on wek I SO I Two .nuare. three mot. s W One Bauer three week 1 00 1 if0iiirn tlx mo.. i nu tn (quar thr mo., t 10 I two nnaree on yea .' S 00 On nqvi.r .tx not, 4 00 I lour nora on year 12 00 On ar n year. 00 I bait aoluroo on year 2A ot lnM Oar et wr) e-ver li line -per year S M Twelr Urn r tu of Mil alt tetter make t aqaar. Ohitoarr Notlo of mor than flr Itn, unle. of genera otrt,will b Ineertad at th mid rate ae.advrti.tng matter JOB PRINT1KCU f every deeertpttoo attended to oa call, In the moat tasteful miAMT, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARM-SUB' BANK UP A8HTABUL.A. ' ' OKKIOS HOCK From a A. M, to M. end From 1 to I P. M. Phydclan. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 61 DR. M. KINU...

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. — 8 June 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. SATURDAT B.0RH1WG. ME 8186.. J nTT awd rTmoTM. Tbe old school PfbjWrlQ generally MMBly. In eioB ' rhll.delph... end th. o.w ecbool Mwmbly. eymose, N. Y. have both bwo m.cb occoptea with the politick condition of tbeco.ntry. T6e ww school body p.ssed .oant-ously of earnest solution, hi WPP0 ,h "I",?' ineot, ad atwertlng bt 'la tb. joJent.or tbe aseembly tM. do blood or io cioMto b.derot.dUlb. defense .nd perpc X of tb. gov.roro.nt lo .11 H. coD.titat.ond Mtboritta I-,choo, 7?mi,,yr tie. of patriotic resolution, wu Introduced by Be. Dr. Spring, declaring It 'tb. duty of mln Inters .nd .borche. to do .11 In their power to promote ad prptate the Integ rity of theM United St.tes, .od to .trengtben, uphold tod encourage tb. federal government,' An e.rnost debate followed, io which Dr. Ilodge of New Jersey opposed the resolutions as likely to lead to . division of th. cborch. They were .ubse- qoently referred to committee who reported est of resolution, vevy essentially 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. — 8 June 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Woo I Wood I I .Tana wbo have sgrre fc pay their sw nriptkm M wood,. Ill oblige by bringing K immediately. OMS Wanteel at thla CiVe either mw or old ta . aeriptloas. ' , . y Vnnt4 Ao Appregtlc to th Harries Brtst. ees la wanted by . J. H. SINCLAIR, Anplleatioa sbe-tld ha mod Immediately. , Aehtabala, M v SI, 1161. ' " ' (Of Notice. There will ba a meeting : of the Kxecntlta Board of the Farmer's and Meehan let Association, o 8atorda,.,ti. 15th Inst., at 1 o'clock r. M. at Fireman's JJali. A prompt and general attendance li earnestly desired, ai the time of holding the next Fair, the arrang ing of tbt Premium List, and rerisiog the by law, will be among the items of business before the board. J. P. Jennings, President. Ashtabula, Jane 5th, 1861. Tb Cokcibt or in a Eaolc Band on this Friday Evening, mutt not be forgotten, by oar citizens. The entertaianeot Lbs been pre pared with macti careful thought and patient effort, and we...

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. — 8 June 1861

News from Virginia. VT hat Informotipn which showi that lit movr-roeot npon Acqnla Cwk, wal Tnadt tmFrldef the 81. Cf.pt. Dtblym, ,mmiitlfr of lh INnry-Yard at W ash- Infon, conwmonfcRtd to the Drrrutmrnt cm Friday iotelligence that tho ' Freeborn and Anacosta were cngflng ma j . A mm at noon, and ankinfr r ne gnoum A il.. Pnatkntitll In aeai.t. II WAS ID mediately ordered to send two tmscIj, ana tht Fawneo and lankce at onw The batterf at Acqoia Cr.ok and to manned by abont 600 wis thought that before the i ""J g ; .;... o,"n"" 01 " the Al"dria troop, were last night or Jer-'i I to Fairfax Court-IIonse, and it m thoDirbt that by morning that place would Ufa been occupied. A fight there was probable, especially if it I. true, at report U, that Gen. Lee bad pushed on two llebel reairaenU to that point. Reports from Manassas Junction are contradictory. O..o aimeea atatea that tbera are 8,000 Secession troops there, and that they are busily intrenching them solrts in expectation ofanat...

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. — 15 June 1861

Illlfli; EEKLY nrnrn i- . - f 4 LA. i'-TTTl vTI, 'HTi ;'iA'i'TFh"TnT - t i j w m m KB I ,.-KH H A BJ ' nV ' 33y James 2Reecl. VOLUME XL NO. 24. ASHTABULA, 0., Independent in clII tiling: SATURDAY MORNING. . I ' I ; i - . JUNE J5. 18G1. ;S1 1 1 3 SO m Advanoo. WHOLE NUMBER 599,- TIRMI OP VBCRlPTIOI. fw DolUn per annum. If raid atrlctly In advene II M. Y IDVERTlllSO. On aqnar on week it 40 1 Two aquarea three mo, t 1 4n On square three week t 00 I two unare all mm. . 1 00 on aquar threw raoe. S to I two eqoaree on rear ' I 00 DM aquar al biob. 4 SO I four nuaree oaa year 19 00 O square oe year. 0 1 half astasia oaa year M00 ailnaae Card or sol oreralx line pt year I 00 Twalra Una or Una of thle alia lattar nak a aqnar. Obituary Notleaa of mora Una lira llnaa. anleaa of general Interest, will be Inserted at th aame rata advertlelng matUr. . i JOB PRINTING.- of vry description attended to aa oall. In Uia boat tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARHKRS BANK OV A BUT A BIX A urritC HUtKn from 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. — 15 June 1861

am. 10 tb. flnt buret btMgt 52 n-n "a foatxl tit adranc. parly of lit 14k basily jagd at a nsw brMg hleh ""J NJ Com' plttad. It was oiik b.rnr Bight came, en, aod w er.l .nr. It "J moved on ioilolr tilllO p. m. when wa reathtd the Menl1rM( borot by tbe rebels, 24 mild from tht Int. ITtro wt camped for the night, near toll-jut station. Timber hid been brought oa onr train, and at an early boor the Slit aa larga force m voulil be used were detailed to ball J new bridge. A Urge guard were pott ed oo the hills aronnd as. Our horses wore ta ken oat and fed. Oar tenia pitched and our olrea made comfortable by a both In tbc stream soar by. At 7 the last rail was laid and wo a galn look ap onr Hue of march Tery alowly and cautiously. At West Union a dispatch was recelwd from Col. Este, who bad advanced with 200 men during the day to Clarkcsburg, that a secession force of 1500 was said to be near that place, and that onr presence was de airable, Col. Sledmao commanding this expedi tion, orde...

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. — 15 June 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. WmO I Wdo 1 .Tho who Hav agreed to pay Ihelr nib Mttptlou la wood, will obligee by bringing H laiBiedlatcly. OXl Wasted at thia OUr ea cither ac ar old a anlptlma. ' 1 6 Nobtd Or hfts Increased beaa tiei Itch tacccsfltre teaton. The treet ar be coming tirablc, and grow With more than tuaal vigor. Tkl first crop of grast It being cat and with inch tmoothntts and accuracy, at but nerer been teen before. Mr. Dickinson, who hat tbe job, hat given ample evidence that he It do tlpuch Id inch matter. The work upon the tower of the Melhoditt Church hat beeo returned during the past wetk and we shall toon have the pleature of teeing that noble building Handing out In all itt pro portions and completeness. Yaluadlb Inventioh. -Mr. E. L. Ltrx, who hat the County Right hat left apon our table ft pair of breeching holders, designed for a tpee dy and tafe detaching of the breeching at rapt' in eate of a runaway. They cannot bat answer that...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 15 June 1861

Unwritten History. It iMtui to bs iDtMptttJ la omi aur- Xt Ibftt the Mom of tfis.ory, o jetri bene, will, n nh lift. th recording pen, ponndrr orer ovprt-a. not oiilik th., Daring the w.r for th) rcatornion nni perpttotion of the American Union, tbc 1-odors., and Loniedrte -rune. cu nnm bering fifty tlionndf were- drawn tip in Wtle array; Tin prize immcdiatel- at take wa the eccnpnncy of Harper'. Ferry Englpi were aoondltipf, drums rolling, rifles rattling, ahelia baratmn, cavalry charging. three or four thousand toen hod Mien on tsuhef aide, and victory ws trembling in Iba balance. ' Just at that moment, big with the fate of an empire, messengeri came datdiiiig into the line of the combatant, and informed Gena. Pattemon and Jobniton that two or three thonoand alavcs, six or eight miles wey.'tnking advantage of the fight, hud risen In rebellion, proclaimed ajnbilee, and were in full Eljtht toward the North star. Instantly the bngles of the Federal and Confederate arraes sounded a tr...

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. — 22 June 1861

IT ABU LA W EKLY TELEill 1 .'.!,. Li (V PJI By James 3-l.eecl. VOLUME XI. NO. 25. ASHTABULA, 0., IrLa.orerLa.erLt lrL all tUlrLgs. SATUEDAY MORNING. JUNE 22, 1801. SI SO m dL-vcvriCo. WHOLE NUMBER GOO; TRflMS OF nt-BgCniPTION. f we Dollars per annum. If pld etrletlj la advance $1 (0. ADVERTISING. One iqim one ink $ 60 On Bluer three weeks t 00 On. square three mo.. 50 On. square lx m. 4 00 Vh suaare one mr. 00 Twe squares three sjto. $ I two sritiarea all snoe. 0 two squares on roar I 00 frnir squares om yar 11 00 half colu aia n year so 00 Buslaeos Cud. of aot ever ail Una pt rear I 00 Tw.It lines or la of this tlx Utter mas a square. Obituary Notice of more the Sv lines, unless of general latrest,will ba ineerted at th Km rat a. advartUlnf matter JOB PRINTINGS ef every deeerlptlon attended to on call, la th. moat tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. fARMKRS' BANK OV ASHTABULA. orricK 110UH8 rmh A. M. to li II. and from 1 to t P. M. Fkfiitlaai, DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, 0. 61 DR. M. KI...

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. — 22 June 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. A8HTA1I ULAt Saturday Morning, . June 22, 1861. ' SrctmiON SiMKmo.--Th New York Journal tf Commercs baa ttMeocd.Ht eiat and It tim by four column. Let aa bop that these four will take with them t,U the half-concealed trea son which ha mad that paper a stench iu the boitrila of honest men for tome time peat Fimxirrij U ta reported la Thursday morning I it i i. , i . ... , , 1 1 Leader a ampatcnes.lbat the rebels In connldera-1 1.1a farr-A aratn tha heiohrinrrinni. r,f VViillinnt I . . Vnrn'mj bridges on the B. & 0. Road, those guarding the bridges killed, the engines of the . toad hastily removed, great excitement gcucral . ly pre Tailed. A ant st or a TuAitoa. Win. II. Craven of London County, Ya., waa arrested at Long Bridge and (ailed. A neighbor of Craven, whom he and his had forced to leave borne on account of loyalty, was on duty at the bridge, . recognized him, testified that he bad declared . that "no man in London should be spared, on- let he wo'jld fig...

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. — 22 June 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Oats Wllli4 st this Oflle. 0 either new or old sib- aerlptlona. ' ' J Tni t,ATi' Aim-St .sir floirrr will imtlM Templar's IU1I, on Krlilar Afternoon tli 2th Inst. Ashtelmle, June an, 1801." 1 H. A. NKTTl.rro, Sm". ", I I I I III I I I , MwTIVAT.-Tf. Sel.llers A Id W err will tree trever berrjr Keetlvel on Tueeflar Evening Juno 8Mb, at 8m Ith'a TTall. Amnn th entertainment It fa expected that the Hpmmo Zenav Cadets whe ar ta town, wlH five n exhibition of their peculiar drill. All sr Invited. Admisstns 10 cents. .. My order of th I-die. iWood t Wool) I I Throw who hare irmJ to pay the! r sob arlptlons In wood, will obllft by brltiRlng It Irmnetrlstvly. A Card. Ths Haul Brass Band of Aahtabnls, Mpreas earnest Ihenlts to tht Lsdles and Gentlemen, who so kindly assisted them at their rantnt sonssrt. Aim to Mlaa Mast As NnrntmiT, and MIm JntrsTrs Pattssjsts, whoa presents, tlon of a beauUful Banner waa "th right tlilnf at the righ...

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. — 22 June 1861

Charactor of Gen. Scott. Tha N. Y. irMpjth following juil tnd discrlmintlnff trlbolo to tht military qualities which characterize th Ttterao General In-Chief of tlit United State force tbo, It will b retormbertd, hti uerer tost battle . "Oar actoat CcmraanJer-ln Cliltf. the Ltcnteoant General of oof Arm, though i bravt at Achilles la an serene a AgatDenv non end at prudent aa Ulysses. From y jnth be ha been a loldier, and a t.ctoriooi one. lie bai scan more aerrlee than any Other maa under hie command, and wai Btter known to be eee disconcerted by danirer. A itrict disciplinarian, and some tUn or a martinet, it wai Jocosely said of him that be would drill a battalion under fire. Yet General Scutt i ai cbarry or men'i lie at a miser U of gold ; and so wat the Dulta of Wellington. lie nerer moves If he can avoid it, until he sees not oaly that ha tin accompli! n a good purpose, but un til he can accomplish it at the least possi ble risk or his men. It is his avowed belief that an offi...

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. — 29 June 1861

ISif AB pip JUJJLU LA K:LY HiTFI Fh A:"TFh'iTTf ' 1 -- .av "mm rjr a at j s i 33y J" ames ZEPLeecl. VOLUME XI. NO. 20. ASHTABULA, P., IrLaoeiideiit in cull; tilings. SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 29, 1801. ' 31SO,lxx Advanco. WHOLE NUMBER 001. ! TEHMI OF flt'BgCKlPTlOJT. two Dollar per uua, Ifld strictly' la tlnoH $1 SO. ADVKnTISIt.0. Om enaar on mk I 10 I Two qurs thr max, f I So tin square thro weeks 1 00 I two qrs sis mo. t 00 On quart three moi. S 60 I two (quart on year S 00 On square ill mo. 4 00 I fnor squares on year 19 00 Uu square on jeer. 6 00 1 hair column on year 2a 00 Buslaaa Card of not ovr l Hn pr year 00 Twelv line or Ira of Mil la latter male a square. Obituary Notion of mor than It lines, unlaw ofganoral laUraatjwlU b inaertod at the aanc rat air IOB PRINTING. f every dorlpUou attended to oa call, Id th moat tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMKItS' BANK OF ASHTABULA. . opricr, hours from 4 A. M. to 12 al. and From 1 to t P. M. Physician. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 61...

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. — 29 June 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH: ASHTABULA: Saturday Morning, June 29,. Wmiuna Comtkntior. This body closed 111 deliberations on the 25lh adjourning to the first Tuesday of August. . Col. B-wnoUi regU f Artillery, to which Gooeva company belongs, has been supplied from Columbus, with a battery of 6 a 13 pound t'.lV cannon. - This attention on the part of the ataie authorities, hat canned, aiuch aaliefuction t the regiment. '. fcussiau we Tin Lokdom Tinas, while at Cairo la said tix hare made the statement 'that his cor respondence had been tampered with by the ivbels, his letters being altered, and to sons ca- not sent at all..' 8o It weald Hera that while . Davis Cobb Jfc Co. were treating the English. correspondent with champagne and oft sodder, they were Tirtually controlling the eolatniii of the Thunderer, and manufacturing EnglUh sentiment with a looseness. Btetrxs fiiroRTitD Dead, A report reached Washington on the 21st that Alex. II. Stephens, Vice -President of the Confederate States, is d...

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. — 29 June 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. 0 Wanted at thli Office on either nw r old scb eertptlon. Woon t Won I I Thorn una have agreed to pay thel r mib esriptlone In wood, will oblige a by bringing II Immediately. " Rev, Mr. Cohklix, having re tared from hit visit te Saeat will preach to hit eliergs ea ttabbath ami Indeprnpkncb Dat. We hear bat little said about celebration of the 4th, and are of the opinion that there ii no earnest deal gn in thii quarter of going Into it. Tu Festital, for raising funds for the La dies aid society to liquidate a burdensome debt held at Smith's Hall on Tuesday evening was, we believe a success, both pecuniarily and, In the pleasures of the entertainment. The Band gave aome of their most touching strains, the ladies smiles were prolific, without strain, the Zoo Zoos went through their evolutions with milita ry precision, eliciting much interest, and the strawberries and cream, as they went home to the seat of palatial enjoyment, op...

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. — 29 June 1861

With Impooltj. W. left ZnoMTilla about S o'clock Sandaj- renin;, nJ krrlfed at Be'.l Air boat IS o'clock, and aa quart-wed la thi depot buildings near tbo Ohio Rltef.' Monday morning wer ordered to go aboard tha boata that had been pro tided, for ci during tba night. There were eleven boat! In all, ten of them took two coropanlci each on board, the other ii the flag ahip for tha commanding officer. We ra tXpectlng to mota from here everj nun tte, but wlere wa are going we don'l know, but I will endeator to keep joo posted as faitaa wa more. An Incident occurred tbie morning which led to a little Tin for our boy a. , A oldier from company E. from LUbon had been to one of the grog shops lu. town and bought whikey, and after drinking It ha went la the river to", bathe, aod all at once became .sick !and helplcs end uiik to the bottom and lay there for aome momenta before he could be recover ed. Every one thought he was dead when he wai taken out, but by extraordinary if forta on tho par...

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 July 1861

Y TELEG JlJLo i t r -1 13y James ZEFLeecl. SI SO in Advance. ASITABULA W RAP VOLUME XL NO. 27. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. JULY G. 1801. WHOLE NUMBER C02.' TERNS OF BUBSCniPTIOPI. Two Dollri per annum. If paid strictly In advance $1 50. AWVKIITISINO. Tin. Mini! one week t W' line qnr three week 1 00 One square three rone. 2 M) tine square ela urn". 00 One miliar one rear. 00 I Two square three mo. $ 2 on two wmare nix nop. a 00 two unuare on year S 00 four aquare one year 12 00 half column on year 26 00 Bmlne Card of not orer nix llnct pet rear 3 00 Twelre lines or 1 of thin lf.e I 'tter make a aqnare. Obituary Notice ormor than flie tin, aniens of general toterest,wlll be inserted at the mm rat uw JOB PIUNTING. of aeery deierlptlon attended to on call, In the moot tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' BANK OF ASHT ABVL.A. OFFICII HOl K.t From A. M to 12 M. and From 1 to I P. M. Physician. t)R. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 51 DR. M. KINUSLEY. Homeopathist, Kings llle, O...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 6 July 1861

such lln real! exists, although it la rather doubtful atrttcirjr to permit llo U. Stales forces to gain possession of the right bank of the Potomac. Should tho poiition at Harper's Fcrr? b9 really occupied with tjoiijrn of using It ai point d'oppui for inorenwnlt Against the north, And anj largo number of troops bo withdrawn from Au niMli, Washington and Rultiinoie, so as to len those places comparative! unde fended, Irruption in forco of the confcler tea oo the right flauk and in rear of Ocu. ScoU's army, might cause most serious in conTcnicnte and endanger his communica tions, if not the possession of the places in the and of at bags. Corn, Wheat and Pigs. The Influence of the blockade will be severely felt, combined with the strict inter ruption of all intercourse by the Mississippi. Although tho South boosts of its resources and of ili amusing richness and abundance of produce, the constant udvice in the journals to Increase the breadth of land under corn, and to neglect the cot...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 6 July 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Unit Wanted at this Pfllce on either new or old silt eerlptlnn. Wood I Wood I I Tlio.s who late agreed to pay their sub" eilptlona la wood, will lllge OS l j bilnglnfr It Immediately. TLo Ailitubula County Board of Agricul ture, will hold a meeting at JefTorson on Mon day July 8th, 18G1. A full meeting is desired, BDd all interested will bo expected. C. L. BUSHNELL, Sec'y. Jefferson, June 27, 1861. The only attention paid to tho 4th here is by the Firemen, who rationally take convoy of tho Hand, an institution by the way which our citizens are becoming a little proud of and march to WolfTa orchar J .for the enjoyment of apionic. Some of our simple hearted citizen?, were Dot a little startled as the curtain of dark clouds was gathered up in the latter portion of tho CTCning of Monday last to discover a little west of north, one of those eratic visitors that shoot through the blue ethereal space with each Telocity as to leavo 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. — 6 July 1861

Dixie. A fnrroRnondelit of tho Xow Orlcfttis Delta bay tltt it i common error that 'I wish 1 f" fix'8' "ouiliui tl song, and offon tha following explanation- : '.Now I do not wish to spoil a pretty illu sion, bur tho real truth is that Dixie i an inuMgcnOu. northern negro refrain, an com mon to tha writer as tho lamp post in York citj seventy or seventy Hroyeara g- j It wag in all nf iliuir oil I -door UUT1 ua luo litug in - ?v ' Ar.ri r.- n erer heard of lixitte land being other than Manhattan Itlaud until recently, when it ha bcn erroneous supposed to refer to the south from its con- nection wiin pauiou- i8i -w- When slery existed in New oik, one Dixy' owned a large tract of land on Man hattan Island and a large numlicrof sluves. The increase of the slave "ml tho increase of abolition seutiment caused tin emigra tion of the slaves to more thorough and secure slave sections, and the negroes who were thus sent ou (many being born Lore) naturally looked back to their old homes, where...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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