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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 13 July 1861

ASITAB A 2GMP WEEKLY nniijif n 1 iiliJL. ft By f James 2?Leecl. VOLUME XL NO. 28. ASHTABULA, 0., Inc3.oi3GrLaexit in ctii tilings. SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 13, ML " Si so in VdrcLnco, WHOLE NUMBER C03. TEIIM8 OF SVHRC1UFTION. Two Dollars per annum. If paid strlcUy In advance $1 60. ADVERTIIUfWi One sqnar one week I 50 One square three week 1 00 One equate three mm. 2 60 One square sis. mo. 4 00 One square one year. 0 00 Two square three mns. t I "o two square Kilt mo, ft 00 two square on year 8 00 four square one year 12 00 hair column one year 2ft 00 BuilneM Carda of not aver nix Unci pet year 8 00 TwelvS Une or la of thin slr.e letter make a sqnar. Obituary Notice of more than Ire line, unless of general lntrest,wlll be inserted at the aame rate aeve JOB PRINTINGS of every description attended to on call, lo th most tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' ItASK OF ASHTABULA. orricic houhs From A. U. to l'i M. and From 1 to I P. M. Physician.. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 5...

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 July 1861

nd lswi and treaties of the U. S. made to iur.nanco of the Constitution; to be for her supreme lew. The states here their nut ctrt in the Union ; they hare no other legal statutes. If they break from this they on ly do to sainst law by tefolution. The Union, end not themseWea separately, pro cared tbeir Independence end their liberty by conquest or purchase. The Uuion gate each of them whatever of independence end liberty it has. The Ui.ion it older thau any of the States. In fact, it created them a states originally. Some dependent col onies wade the Union, and in return the Union threw off their old dependence for them, and made the States such as ttey are. Not one of them ever had a state Constitution independent of the Union. Of coarse it is not forgotten that all the new states formed their constitutions before they entered the Union, nevertheless depend ent on and preparatory to coming into the Union. Unquestionably, the States hare the pow ers and rights reserved to them by 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. — 13 July 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Oat Wtnttil at thfi OBc. o either saw or old tab erlptioa. Woo I Wooa I I Tho. who haw agreed in pay (hair sutr lotion la wood, will oblige at by bringing II Immediately. Lasi Kris Female BKMiNARr.Tha Tablio Examination! at the cloe of tha present year will commence on Tuesday I'. M. July 16, tod tloae oa Thursday July 18. Catalrt Company. We are requested to a that the cavalry company which for some weeks has been in the coarse of formation in tbii county, under Capt Tan Every, Is to un dergo a reorganization, and io a day or two goci In camp at Jefferson. An Error occurred in the notice of Mrs. 13crog' singing class last week, in reference to the place of meeting. It ahould have beon Firemen's, instead of Smith's Hall. Any one interested in seeing children made bnpjiy, and sharing themselves in that happiness, may avail himself of that luxury by dropping in and see ing with what earnesloess these little folks en ter into th...

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 July 1861

An Irishmen in and out of Trouble. A ion of tli "Emerald Island," dui not lilmself twn, wa flrn (for he was at the time (fount) Dear a rebel encampment, Dot far from Mantissas Junction. In ft word. Tfttwae tukioir a qnict cap in the bade, end was roused from his alomber by acontlng party. He wore no special uni form of either army,! but looked more like tepj than an aligator, and on this w ar rested. "Who are yon T what is your Dsmef nd where are your from V were the first questions put to him by the armed party, l'at rubbed his eyes, scratched his head and answered, "I3y my faith, gmtlctnen, them Is ugly questions U answer anyhow, and before I answer any o'thera, I'd be arter axis yon by your luve the same ques- linn i V tald the leader, "we are of Scott'a army, and belong to Washington." "All right," said Fat, "1 know d ye was Kiutleman, for I am that same. Long life to General Scott. ' "Aha," replied the scout, "now you ras cal tou are our prisoner," and seized turn bf the should...

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. — 20 July 1861

ASHT ABU LA TELEGRAPH, WEEKLY 3337- James IFLoocl. VOLUME XL NO. 29. ASHTABULA, 0., Iiaclo3peziclcnt in cill tilings. SATURDAY MOEMG, JULyIF 1801. . f -aV A. V. JU-Al-al a. 1 V M'M. JLAlJLV Jf 1.4 ' SI SO in. Advance- WTTOTK 1V TTMTUra ftru " TKR9IS OF Bl'BBC IllPTIOJI. Twt Dullart per annum. If paid tilcllj In advance $1 to. A UVKRTI'INOi fine squars one week f bo One square three weeaa 1 OO One .qr.are three moa. 2 50 One snuara sis mos. 4 00 One squars one year. S 00 Two miliar. thrwrtins. I I n two anflarsa SU fhna. 0 HO two squares ons Jr-ar 8 00 four squarna one year 12 00 half column on ear 26 00 Bu.lneaa Oarda of not oyer all linr-a raw year 3 00 TweWe line, or lass ( thin .lie letter make a sinara. Obituary Nnttrea of more than (Ire line., unless of general Interest, will be Inserted at the eame ra'e asve: JOB PRINTING. ' Bf every description attended to an call, In the most tAsteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FA11MER8 BANK OF ASHTABULA. OFKIC'K HOURS rram A. M. to U M. and From 1...

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. — 20 July 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. A S II TAJIJ U L A ; Saturday Horning, July 20, 1861. It Is a mortifying thought that the State of Ohio should ba misreprcucntcJ and disgraced by inch a creature M Vnllandigham. Hs not the House the power and energy to erpol hint, and with him, hit four or Bvecolsborers Intres ton ! It the whole leynl sentiment of the country to be taunted end iusulted, and that to io Hi conucil balla, by the enemies of her welfare, and men who are in open sympathy and no doubt In secret coalition with those who are In arms for tho very- subversion a overthrow of her libertica f If tbia is tbe cae, there seams to be an urgent demand for tome special legia lation equal to the emergency of ridditg ua of tbia evil. A neglect to do this, may bo viewed as a disregard of sound policy, and furnish a provocation for a spontaneous and irregular movement to seal such traitors mouths, and teach a lesson which may prove wholesome and salutary to others seized with this kind of Inor dinate ambi...

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. — 20 July 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. OaU Wanted at this Ofllc on rithi- new or old sib serlptlon. Wono Woo ! I Those who hare sgreed tn psy their snb-Mrlpllom In wood, will oblige m tiy bringing It Immediately. A Card Ue-.t J . U. GinniNs, while recently ot Washington received assurances from tho Hon. Secretary of War, that he would accept the gorticcs ofo regiment of infantry iftcudered tho govcrnmet from this part of the State, and It remains to be tltturmincd whethed the propo sed regiment ahull be raised and accepted in the Geld? To consult on this subject, Mr. O. invites gentlemen who take an interest in it to meet at li is house at 2 o'clock, I M on Thursday tho 20lh Inst. TIomi QaiRDB DiRnANDin. Our citizens will rtgrot with ns to hear of ths disbanding of this corps. While they stood Taliantly forth, at onco the terror of secession, and the securi ty of our wives and children, 'wars and rumors of wars,' passed by ns lilia the idle wind.' But who shall gu...

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. — 20 July 1861

Advice. IToU fat io (rrnrtfre and nevfr fr8!,,e Nor It nd feed it m long m yon ive Iit H console you in farrow iul Pin, while 'lis branding you 00tninff jour priuo, Cm! , , , Hold i in firmness, clutched to your heart, Never gie In, 'tis n plebiso rmrt ; None but the imple, the yieldirtfr. tnd tvcuk, Jlend their item will forgiveness to peik ! Wordlinen conceited, revencofiil, mid tHrong-, Never foririve. nor arknowleiliro wrong Hut deem it more noble mid mnlir mr, t ni.na iinn;ie t HUrnunt. and pride f par. below To sink honor and munhord, reaaoD and riKbt lo the whirlpool of pasnion, of malice might. t ..I I k.i r..nl I he in elible stmii 01 wron(jptrhap coined by an overwrouSht brain , . rerchance, the wild tempest that Btirgrs your My never be bridled by human control j But remember there 'i One who io justico will judpe, The heart that in wilTullncsi holds to a grudge; So, nurse it, and feed it, and tend it with cure God pity you, mortal whoever you aro I Yet, cherish the treas...

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. — 27 July 1861

BTABULA nnim . r '. . "t WEEKLY IT UT! TTTnv A TThTTTr t 33y J"CLineQ ITLoccl. VOLUME XL NO? 3oT In.clcron.cloiat m oil tilings. ASHTABULA, 0 , SATUIiDAY HOMING. JULY 27. Ml. -it sx 30 in. -A-a-vcwioG;," "whole numSq-I TKIIMS OP t nst HIPTIOX. two Dollars pet annum. If paid strlcflt In advarie )1 SO. ADVERTISING. One square one week $ 60 One B'nisre throe weeks 1 00 One square throe mo. 2 60 One square six mm. 4 00 Une square oue ear 0 00 Two squares thro mog. $ 2 op two. sitisrcs nix runs. 6 00 two squares oue year 8 00 four Sfpiarea one year 32 00 half ooluma utte year 26 00 Dullness Card's of not over six lines per year 8 00 Twelve linen or leas of title sire letter make a square. Obituary Hotlcaa of more than Are linen, unless of general mieresi,wiu oe inserted at nn mine raie aava j on printings of every deeerlptlon attended to on call, In the mosttastaful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FAIOIF.US' II AX K OF ASIITAUIXaT OFFICE IIOl'IM From 9 A. M. to 12 M. ami From 1 to 8 P. M. Physician....

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. — 27 July 1861

A S II T ACU L A : Saturday Morning, July 27, 1861. GrNlej'k Indulgence! of the virago towards tk government, bava been greatly sharpened p nd Intensified by the Bull 'i Ran retreat. The gibe end throsti he get on evpry bntul, he tornl by chtrgei of stupidity lu refusing proffete of cmlrj -nrl artillery, tnJ general UrtliueM end Inefficiency of prciratlon ; and fool-hardy end Inexcusable underestimate cf the etrength of the enemy, and urge opoo the cabinet Immediate retirement from tho high placei of power, vhfch, for one reason or an other, they anew themselves Incompetent to fill. That, keying "P ,0 rtther a hih pitch, it eema to oar bumble notions, and if continued or even repeated, will put the reputation of the philoaopber lo immiuent jeopardy. THE GRAND ARMY—ITS ADVANCE AND RETREAT. ' The army of the Potomac, under Gen. McDowall, moved from its lines, as we an nounced, on Tuesday of Inst week. In numbers it was about 53,000 strong, with a fair proportion of heavy artillery. Th...

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. — 27 July 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Oil) Wanted t tlili (lite on either nfw or ru it b acrlptloaa.. Wood I Wot I I THom hn here i(md In pay their mitr Mripllona In wood, will oblige us Ij bringing It Immediately. CONOKKOATIOKAL CrU'ROH. McMrs, WaM k Russfm., re molting good progress with tins edifice. The fonndallona ro up, the limbers in ptnee, nd nil in readiness Tor the water (nbln, wlilchMr. Udy lias nearly reitly Tor Inying. The brick work under Mr. ItnaRcIl' direction will be driven along with Lis characteristic energy. ' Lakh Emu Skmimary.- We bae a longtliy notice of the late anniversary exercises, and the general policy of the institution which we are compelled to lay ovor this week. It will appear In our next. We are indebted to N. K. ITubdard of com pany D. 7th regiment, for a communication from Weston, where Col. Tyler found the $27, 000, bat it news has all been anticipated. Tho' we do cot insert it, we shall bo pleased to hear from onr friend as o...

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. — 27 July 1861

JrirlUvis was son-ln law of Ztwivor J I Tojlof, nhtah fact, frobablj ncrounts for , bit pot bainR been court mnrt'mled for hia ; cotidnct tt'lbv. battle of bocnix Vitnr where be left Li", rccrimcat. tnread out hi the bp of a V to receive the ehnrje of 4000 Mexican cavalry. JNotiimg suvcu tbem bnt Ibeir marksmaiisliip. lie mnrried the. old General's daughter by teilili, in . cpposilion to the exploited wiabesand posi tie couimandi of her father. Gen. Tny lor aaid to bis daughter, 'If you miirry Lieut. DafiF, I will ne'er see your fnce u gaio, dead or alive.' Tlio Infatuated Rirl fertbcle, eloped with Povis, who hnd taken advantuRe of the patrongo of his ommandinff officer, and violated tlio laws of hospitality by ccretly gaining the uf fectious of his daughter. In such abhor rence did Z.ichary Taylor hold Davis, thnt lie kept his word with a firmness that nrny be deemed pitiless cruelty. When in the course cf time, his disobedient daughter lay on her death bed, sbe sent to him a peni...

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. — 3 August 1861

IT ABU LA unirn Y TEL-EGRAP- W I 3y Ja,3ies ZReecl. VOLUME XI. NO 3L Independentin all tliliiKs. . ASHTABULA, P., SATURDAY MOMIXG. AUGUST ,1 IRAK . .. - - A-- , Si SO in Advance. WHOLE MMBER COG. VBIIMI OF RVnUCRlPTIOS. 1 ' In Dollars per annum. If paid strictly in advance 81 60. ADVBHTISIJtO. ' One square one week t 60 Two eqnares three mon. 2 An. One square three weeks 1 00 two squares six nwi. 6 00 One square thre mot. I AO two squares one year 8 00 One square nix mo. 4 00 four squares one your 13 00 One square on year.' 8 00 balf column om year 28 00 Business Cards of not overall linn per year I 00 Twelve lines or Iih of thli iIm latter rnaka a sqnar. Obituary Notices of more than five lines, nnleaa of general luterest,wlllbeliierted at tbe seme rate asre JOB printing! f every description attended tn onoall, In the most tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' BANK OP ASIITADtLA. OKKItK HOURS Prom A. M. to 12 M. and From 1 to P. M. Physicians. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, ...

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. — 3 August 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. AS HTABULAi SaturAy Morning, August. 3 1861. The AworKME:;T. It U general! j con ceded that the two Homes cannot be kept together after litis week. The public business Is nearly all Enisbeil. Missotfir. Coxvkntion. Tbli body on the 81st declared vacant by ote of 60 to 25 lie offices of Governor and Seretary of stale and proceeded toelcctll.ll. Gam ble of St. Louis, Governor of Missouri, tha vote being 62, and for Millard P. Hull, Lieut. Governor, nd Mordccai Oliver, sec retary of slate, each by 61. votes. No votes were cant: Uy the opposition, they being excused to accommodate their nfo test against the exercise of what they con sidered doubtful power Governor Gamble was to be inaugurat ed in Convention at-three o'clock p. m. also Lieut. Governor and Secretary of Stale. The election of the Governor was met with loaJ pplnue. The Bull's Kan Pi git Los taught one thing p etty surelymore surely because in addi- t on to supplying unquestionable evidence iu itself, it is...

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. — 3 August 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. 0ll Wanted it this Office on eltlict new or eld ilIj ecrlptlnna. Wood 1 Woon I I Those who bare agreed In pay tlirlr nb- rrlptlont In wood, will oMIgt by bribing It Immediately. Contract Lt. Artii.lkrt, Catt. Carmn, Lave Sited a.) their enrollment to 100, a surplus on Ilia required number, and have been accept ed and ordered to report at Columbua on Mon day next. They will Icaro on the mall train on that dy. Rais and Hait. -A'terriOc utorm of mitt, hail, nnd wind occurred hereabouts on Wednesday evening last. Tbo cartb which had not been penetrated to any depth wilh moittlure, was thoroughly refreshed. The hail which full over o section south of nit, was quite destructive to glass as well as vegetation. Mr. J. B. Wotrotis, informs ns that npon tho north ride nf his house, the wiudows were very generally broken, ud fences were thrown down to a very great uxlCDt Corn, aud other crops were bndly wrenched and be...

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. — 3 August 1861

An Affecting Incident. A fw dtyi line th mtril ffgirnenU of Un. Sickle brigade wer tmorn i.totht ervicc of tho United Sute, by th custom r oatb. Font rcgimeuli hud bcou sworn inland aach one took tlie aolemn oath, eowpanled and followed wllh burraln. When the Fifth Kcgiincnt waa drawn np ta line, an cfllcer of one of the roiiipmic, teepinif to the front,, addressed Urn. Sit Is le, and rrqucRted Hint hia- rr-ginicnt might be iworn in with prayer. Ji too ol emn ft moment for hurrah.. The Gcnerul told him that tb cbjhmi were absent, and there was no one to cull tipon lopcifbrm the duty. The officer replird tlmt he would call upon one nndcr hit corumnnd, if the Sencral would gire him leave. Consent wugiren. The duty was explained to the rrgioieor, and the officer called npon a youth, 17.year of age,, to step to the front nd lead ibem in praycy. He immediately took the place astigucd Lira, and eitgnircd io fcrreui prayer. The whole regiment wai netted iulo tears, as well as hundreds who ...

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. — 10 August 1861

nn ABU LA nn ELEGRAP H3y James 3R.cecl. Independent in ctll tlilng-s. W VOLUME XI. NO. 32. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 101861. SI SO. lx -v.c3.-v-Libe. wllOLE NiSeiTc07 TERMS OF ftVBflCRIPTIOM. Two Dollar. pr annum. If paid strictly In advance ti 40. ADVERTISING. On square nn week ( SO On. square three week. 1 00 On. .quare three moa. SAO On. square .ii moa. 4 00 On. square en. year. 6 00 Two squares thro. moi. $ 2 nn two equarea six moa. o wi two equarea on. year fl 00 foar aqnar.. on. year 12 00 half column on. y.ar 26 00 Bnttnea. Card, of lot nn ill llnee per year S 00 Tw.lr. line, or l.aa of thla ala letter make a aqnart. Obituary Notice of mnr than Svo lima, unless of general lat.reat,will be Inserted at th. same rat asve JOB PRINTING, of .very description attended to on call, la th. most tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' BANK OP A8I1TABVL.A. Of KICK HOIKS From A. M. to 11 U. and from 1 to 8 P. M. Physicians. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. J1 DR. M. KINGSLEY, ...

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. — 10 August 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. " AS U TA BULAi ;, Saturday Morning, JUigusHO, 1861. 8tBxiB3io It Eoo.xomy. Some of tho Journals' .Heeled by .eceroioo rympituiof thii state, inch for Instance as th Cincinnati Enquirtr are r-r.trog tert mi-JuouiIj aboul the coat of potting down rebellion, n w- too mncb to enforce the laws, therefore wa must let traitor establish force ocr nx If we had not Toted against the traitors. tl.-y would bave stay td inpower, aad we.boold bave bud peace. Wo cao bare peace now if we will only aubnut. How much cbefpe"""1 would be tbao to at trr.t to ssiwt our rihts in th goveromcnt 1 be stares bae peace as Icng ai tboy submit to the loh quietly. We can bavo it on the tame terms. Shall w not submit then I And witb the Enquirer audits kills, meekly bare our back, for tbo infliction and the boon. ICt it be established as one of the compro mises of the Constitution that when tho South loses the Administration, it may rebel ond throw the prosperity of the country into con Tulsions ...

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. — 10 August 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Odd Vn.ed ti this VKe m either new Of old sib crlptlont. ' Wood Wood I 1 Thna. who hare .greed to pay Ihrlr anb- crlptlonj In wood, will oblige os l.y bringing It Immediately. BOT WANTKD at tits OB!e, on hat In a; had Km eepa- tlenee would be preferred. . Farmbrs & Mscnmrt Association. Tlio Board of officers of tlio Farmers Mechanic. Association, will hold uncling 8atnrday, 2 p. m. Aog. 10 for ftp loinling committees for the fair, and other business. C. G. CALKINS, Sec'y. Juvenile Concert llitriCATRn. -Mrs. Scroggs concert on Friday evening Inst, was very well attended, considering the excitement attending the soldiers reception which bad just preceded it, and was spoken of in high terms by all who hoard it. A repetition is called for by the public, and a new programme is in re hearsal for Monday evening next at 7 o'clock. As there is nothing on hand to divido attention on that evening Micro is little doubt of a full nnd ...

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. — 10 August 1861

"We've got a Baby."—A Family Letter. "We've got a Baby."—A Family Letter. UTICA, N. Y. May 12 1859. Brother and Sister Stebbins. Wt'n got a tire baby at onr hone, ft Rule girl baby that'i so. How I wish thin might find you in the (tamo situation. You know I elweji wished you well. IJut our baby is none of your common babies. Slit laugh (end criots) no pretty you con la?e no Idea how she is. It it decidrd j Uie best ol judgei her mother and me) .kit the is the handsomest child thnt ever lived; k every bod? luysvvhui a pretty child -how mnch the looks like her father." Ch 1 dren will resemble their parent you know. 1 wonlden't take twenty dollars, lor it ; no, eir, no temptation. I'ci Imps you think I'm a fool. 'Who cares guess you'd be a fool If yon had a baby. I wish your domesiic afliairi would come to a crisis (cry sis.) You must excuse all mistake!", for I am no delighted transported thai I expect there is right smart chance that I inuy go era ay. Why you can't think bowl actetl ...

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