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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 17 August 1861

k SMTP A TM LA "nnun EG AA V IN JLUJlill.U Y tTT MPHo ! 1 ..-. 33y cra.rn.es IR-eecl. VOLUME XI. NO. ASHTABULA, 0., Independent in (xll tlilxigs. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17. 1801. SI 50 in cl-v ctn-col WHOLE NUMBER G08 .; TERMS OP StlBSCIUPTIOfl. T Dollars pr annum. If paid strictly In aneane f 1 60. ADVKHTISIXn. On sqnar one wek $ fto ttne squsre three weeks 1 OO One square three mo. 9 60 One square nix mos. 4 00 One fca-e one year. 00 Two siinare three iml. $ 2 no two squares six nios. 6 no two square one yesr 8 Oil four square one year 12 0(( hntf oolnnm on year 20 00 Baslnes (prd of not (veer ait lines per rear S 00 Twelve lines or leu of thin slz letter niake a square. Obituary Notices of more then Are linen, unless of general lnWrst,lll be Inserted at the name rat aura job ritiNTisol of eeerjr description attended to on call, In the most tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. VAHjMEIIK' KAMC UP AHIITiBl' iTaT OKHCK HOCKS) frorn 9 A. M. to U M. and From 1 to 8 P. M. Physician. DR. J. C....

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. — 17 August 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASIITAJJUL A: ,' Saturday Morning, August 17, 1861. Tbo supplement sheet we Rive to-dny it mJ up from the leader, nd contain! besMe let ter of Mr. EiDHi.it, in response to the construc tion pot upon liit former, Bull Kuu letter, by tbe Herald and otber Journals, variety of other matter. We are quilt willing Mr, B. shonld have a fair and full bearing. " V gite some timugTind at tbo some t' tti ncwe from Missouri. Thoogb Hie result of the battle ii creditable to onr arms, tbe cost or tlie acliietmeni, in tbe loss of -the brave Iaon. Ii greater than we can bear. Tbe death of such ' an officer ie a naliona 1 calamity. Aud tbe coon try will receirt the news with deep sorrow. Fall and we think, reliable accounts will be found in' ear column. An offensive secession sheet published in Conoord, N. II. which indulged in insulting language to the returned volunteers, was lust week dumped into the street and bnrncd. The editor made good bis escape, but a person who took the al...

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. — 17 August 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Om Watileil al UI OHli en either now or old at b gctipUon. Wood I Wood t 1 Thorn whr. hare agreed U pay their tub crlpllona In wood, will oblige us by bringing II Immediately. BOY WANTED at thii Olrlce, oo having had tern xp Irene would be preferred. Another almost terrific torm or wind n1 rain viaited ns on Monday night Inst, during which the mio fell at if intent npon another del uge. The earth was washed and drenched, and the trees and crops pretty badly twisted and beaten down. This Is the third of tho kind this season and within a few weeks. Though some damage was done, the good, as is usual in the ways of providence, prevailed. Tho Ghosts of secession stalk unrestrained abont our streets dnily. We meet them at eve ry corner, in the shape of secession shoes, pants a other habiliment npon tho limbs of our brave returned volunteers. With loyal bone nnd muscle Inside of them, they ore quite well behaved. In deed, without 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. — 17 August 1861

From the Cleveland Herald. PointNo-Point—Democratic Covention. -The Domoniie Sut Tlfttform just e rroUtl ti Culnrabni Is fort or Point-No-I'oloV, w Old Mn of the Mountain, af fair, liVfiMg, i distance, form, nnd some cornell'ies perhnp, but full and cloe wr tpj proret it to be amcredclusiou a clieot. 'Trie composition of tlie Convention ft Hnrti skillful tnet-nnrilsrri for It tf"R pie between the Breckenrirfpe faction stid the Ponglan wiitj with adfantngen in f.i nr nf tha fiwmpr Iii troth. had the Breck inridge men had a file leader wh' possessed tilher boldnew or lirewdneM, the conveit lion conld have been controlled by the friend of the late amiravd adminisir.ition. The app1an that greeted Tre. Stmk weuthcr'a speech when he luid the entire rwpousibilil of this rebellion upon the Korth asserting that the South for twenty yean had been so ponded as to have be come desperate the rounds of nppUnse that greeted the name of the trnitor Yal IkndlgHon, showed what were the sympa thies of...

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. — 24 August 1861

TABULA WEEKLY Tl 11 I i II is i is n ir-Sv u n 33y James IFLeecl. . i VOLUME XI. NO. 34. ASHTABULA, P., IiiLClCjpoiacloiit in clII tniiigs. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 21. 1801. 31 SO m Advance, WHOLE TERMS OP 6ln9CRltTlOX. Tw Italian per annum. If paid utrictlj In adrane $1 W. AD VKRTIIHIVO. On iltiHAfM nti Wltek $ 50 Oonquarthr! weeKi 1 00 One aquAre three moi, 2 50 On nquftre nl mo. 4 00 One aquar one jnar. 0 00 TWo nqhRrttn thnmnn, ft q two nqiiatfn r.k moH, ft 00 two nqnarpn on yar R 00 four nqtiaret one yen 13 00 bftlf column one year 26 00 BuilneM Carda of not oreruli llnei pr y ear S 00 Twelra linen or Una of thin tire letter make a aquaro. Obituary Notleea of mora than Are linen, unless of general lotereswIU be Inserted at the name rate ajive JOB PRINTING, Of Try description attended to on call, In the mont tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' RANK OF A 811 TAMIL. A. OFFICE! HOURS From A. M. to VI 14. and From 1 to t P. M. Phyelclan. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 6...

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. — 24 August 1861

Tho nnndrcd days nhirh bate t1arsel since 1 ine iinmoiramrnt oi compter nara noi in the least wearied or enfeebled Iho national sentiment aroused by that outrage. Let 01 hope that it will be so to the end. The Erst duty of the citizen at this juncture li to give the President generous and con fiding and cordial mppo.rt. .No man can doubt that Mr. Lincoln and Gen. Scott are loyally and honestly striving to pot down I his rebellion. ..This task entitles them to the undivided snpport of every patriot, nnd ought to insure them against petty cavils and mean suspicions. Harper's Weekly. WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA: Saturday Morning, August 24, 1861. Gov. Dknmsok has challenged II. B Payne, who read the resolutions at the late democratic convention, and was their accredited author, clanging corruption, ex travagance, Incompetence and favoritcisru in the war department of the state and fed eral governments, to make good his allega tion, and to facilitate the work of produc ing proof, genero...

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. — 24 August 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Oatta Wftlitt at tli It Cite m tiller new or old sib eripttoo. Wwon f Woob 1 t Ttir b hav i,nti la pay their inb aerlptlone In wood, will obllg ttt be brln.lnj It Immedlstely. Ekcom Cavalht.A ntcrtlrtg Will be teld nt Firemen'- Hall, od Saturday of ttie present week, at 7 o'clock, K ti. of all those lutereited in the'forrns'.lon or a Colrj Company for tha Vftila and Ilalcblna Regiment. Iolerenting facta will ba presented by competent ipeakers. Thb Prkuum List of The Formers and Mechanics Association, camo in rather lute for publication this week, and has been, therefore, deferred to next week. The lateness of its appearance, we trust, will furnish no ground for neglecting the prepar ation of articles for competition. C k E. Election, The annual meeting tf the Clcrclond & Eiio Company took place at Cleveland on the 13th, resulting tn the election of the old board of directors fcith the exception of our worthy neighbor (and...

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. — 24 August 1861

Ao Ohio .Diomologle. gle he following bc count of the Aunt Won, whose TUHation U to dcslroctWe end myileriooi : Thin pent bos within a few Uyi iileo for the Erst time within the recollection of Ute oldest inhabitant this cction of conn fry. They make their appearance in ningle night, and f. drty after jjclting on their march, they destroy evonjlliii'K green, nnd corer acres of land. They attnek even com. It Is said the only wy lJr7 them is digging a ditch, or plowing a deep furrow, and oecasionHy laying straw in Hie ditch, and when a lavorauie u..iiunu.n.j occurs, burn them all together. They appeared simultaneously, ns wc Jcorn by our extl.nKS at New Thilodelph ia, Wooster, Sandusky City, Cleveland, and Lorain couutry of this State ; nlso at Green Buy, Wisconsin, and at Full Hirer and other places in Uhode Ihnd. Under tbe nnme of Army Worm, fcvcrsl allied species of insects arc probubly classed. The descriptions we hate seen of caterptl far ary, and besides, of a number of speci me...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 31 August 1861

A SB A BITTF A WWW nn ELEGRA D rijo u jjjin vv jjjjjuj KLY 23y crimes ilggcI. VOLUME XL NO. 35. ASHTABULA, 0., Independent in ctll tilings. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 31. 1801. SI SO In Advance. WHOLE NUMBER TERMS OF Bl'BSCIMPTIOX. Twe Dollar, per annum. If paid strlctlj in advance f 1 SO. ADVKnTIMNB. One snnare nna week So Two sqnares threemos. $ 2 I5n One square three weeks 1 00 two anuarea six mn. a. on One square three him, a AO two squares one year Ron One square six mop. 4 00 four squares on year 12 00 One square one year. 6 00 half column on year 26 00 Business Card, of not over six linn per year 8 00 Twelve linen or leas of thin size letter make a square. Ohltuary Notices of more than Ave linen, unless of general lnterest,wlll be Inserted at the name rate tare JOB PRINTING or every description attended to on call, In the moat tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FAllMKHS' RANK OF ASHTABULA. OKKHJK II U VIM From A. M. to la M. and From 1 to 8 P. M Physicians. DR. J. C. HUBBARD,...

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. — 31 August 1861

CLASS XII—SWINE AND POULTRY. .....IJ tj Potr with pigs under 8 months old 8 1 Ien pljr over 3 months 8 1 Coop fowls, any breed OF Fair geese do rir dncki do I'uir turkeys do Committee P. Carlisle, Knos Morgan, John MorGn.. CLASS XIII—FARM IMPLEMENTS, &C. 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 - Best riow. Rest plow manufactured iu county Rent Horrow Beat wheat Drill Best Holler Best Cultivator J scytne una-me Bast groin crsdle. 6 shovels and spades . . 6 hand rotes C hoes C hay forks 6 Manure forks Best corn shelter Best threshing ruocbine Best horse power 1!.t r.mitiiff mill Comrmtlco-J. D. Uulbert, S. A, IVrrigo, 1 M. I'urlinr CLASS & DAIRY IMPLEMENTS. rut ttlltw - Churn Butter worker Cbceso boxes Butter firkin Samples cooper work Cooking stove Do manufactured in county . Parlor store Do manufactured in county Sample tin wore Kamnlo turning Articles not enumerated, will receive atten- l'0CommlUce-D. V. Gary, Wo. Hendry, E. C. Strong. CLASS XV—WAGONS, CARRIAGES & HARNESS. Faim and road wagon ...

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. — 31 August 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Oaf t Wftntcd at thta 0ic ea fith.r new or old ttb KcHptloDI. Wood I Wool) I I Those wlio ii.t. agm-d fo (inr tlirlr iub eilillon In wood, will oblige on by bringing It ImainHatelj. The paucity of our working force, nnd the additional nmount of manual labor to perform the past week, lias loft us bin lit tle time for hashing up domestic matter, or of measuring those of more jrencral in terest in oar own half bushel. Tho reader, therefore, has our sorrowful commiseration. The Schools, it will be seen go into op peration under the pro ttm superintendence of llev. James Bonnah, this it a judicious ar rangement for the time being. Recruiting Is tho order of tho day. The 29th or Giddings regt. has 3 companies in Camp. Tho Wade tt.IIutcliiiu regt. Is filling up, and Copt. Kinney is recruiting a llattery of Artillery, and Copt Cabun wc tscc It stated, is home recruiting for an in crease of his Battery. Company 1). and I. are to be pa...

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. — 31 August 1861

Day of Fasting Humiliation and Prayer. Day of Fasting Humiliation and Prayer. A PROCLAMATION Day of Fasting Humiliation and Prayer. A PROCLAMATION By the President of the U. States of America. A joint committee of botb ITo.f.1 of Conr. b;. iill on ihe President of th. United States, nnd Ire- .erred by the people of .he L.n.ed P . t with religious solcinnmei, nnd the "'''" fTb. Mfcly Ma ir.lhr.or tl,r Sl.tS fii blessing! ion their arms, nnd a M.cc,l tiArttinn tnneftCG i Ami licrcftrit all the people t ivll times to ncUno !. urf lit of (hr, " boir ,nmMcu.miss onio l...clH.K.M: rnentH, to confer xn.l deplore .!,, s, n. . ,r rDRBrcMioM in .lie full conv.cnon , h fear of tl.o Lord U the WKmn,tf of wisdom, .n.Popr.J with .11 crvency .n. contrition for the pardon of Jr.r pn-t effence, and for Ucwlnf upon llicir pies cnt and prospective action ; t And wheres, When our Wloved connli) , once, by Ilia blessing of God, iinitt-. 1 pro porons end hnppy, now afl iclcd .tl. fnciiod and civil war. i...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 7 September 1861

A nn ELEGrRAP 3337" James HLeecl. VOLUME XL NO. 30 IiadG3P03aao2at in cull tilings. SI SO In .cL-vxnoo- ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7? 1801. A SMTP A KB WEEKLY i it & ii ii it ti ii 11 ii TEIIMS OS" BtrnsCRlPTlON. Two Dollar! per annum. If paid strictly In advance tl 60. ADVERTISING. One aqnara one week t 50 One aouare three weeka 1 00 One square three moa. 2 60 One aquare six inns. 4 00 'One square one ear. 6 00 Two squares three moa. $ 2 fir, two equarea .in mo.. 5 00 two snnarea nn. year . 00 four aiitarea one year 12 00 nail column on. year 26 00 Buclneaa Carda of not orer aU lines per year 8 OS Twolre llnea or leaa of thl. aire letter make a aquare. Obituary Notlroa of more than flvo Tinea, unless of general IntereatjWiU be inserted at the same rate aaTe JOU PlUMTIKo7 of erery description attended to on call, In tli. moat taateful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. X'AllIU EKS MA K ITiipASIIT AB VIVA. OFFICE HOIKS From A. M. to li M. and From 1 to 8 P. M. I'll yslclnug. PR-...

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. — 7 September 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. A S II T A 1J U L A : Siturday Morning, September 7, 1861. Thk AsritcT Chanuino. The appearance of FrcmODt'i proclamation, and tbe cfipture or HMteroi, are events full of rncournftu men! and hope, and go for to cbanpo the fecliag and sentiment both or me and akulkitg opponents of the vyr- rcBJ .on is aiknt and defcrenn-,.1 ; c it" J re buoyant .ml hop.ft.1. EnhstmcnU re b.stcned and a Pi-" of em-.lu.ion and en :u" f"r.idiffu it-elf through the en tire arm. The tide of war is changing. SbV- as. Morions impulse, for the .brea.ened aln.gglo on the Potomac, the policy indicated by the Hatteraa oiTair will Inake a blow In tbat quarter by the rcbe a, the more ardent, in order to protect the region from which their strength 1ms been drawn, and now left defenceless and expos ed. Hone comes to ns again, brighter than crcr. . The Democracy, wilh secession proclivi ties which Dominated a state ticket at Co lumbus the other day, find Jordan rather a hard to travel. J. Scott Ha...

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. — 7 September 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Oat Wanted at this Citric on eltlsf new or old mb serlpllons. Woon I Woon 1 1 Thorn who liaveagreed to pay their mtr crlptlon in wood, will oblige m by bringing II Immediately. Wheeler's Water Drawer. For sals by Geo. C. Hubbard, Ashtabula, OLio. The Fair takes place on Wedncsdoy of next week, and continues three day. Tub Amitadila Fair comes off on tlic 24th and 25, the. entries are made the day previous. The exhibition, is expected to be an advance upon any previous year. Let the expectation be more than realized. Tat Day. Friday of last week was a gracious day for onr volunteers, aud a some what active one for our traders. The Mor gan and Ashtabula companies had the plcnsnro of meeting tho paymaster and fobbing the pay for about four months service, the last of which was spent.with thoir families at home. M.iny of tho hoys received within a fraction of $70. The 0SBssion of fiich an amount in gold in "double englca, made 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. — 7 September 1861

A New York Lease. About tho commencement of this wntury ho colobratcdAQronDurr, X waa the Principal counsellor for Trinity Church, leased from that wealthy corporation a larm of 40 acres. The land lay on tho west side of the city, north of Canal street, and between the riv er and Thompson street .that now is. It was used as a farm, and Burr resided upon it at Richmond Mill, near McDotigal and Houston Greets. After Burr shot Hamil ton ho became so odious that it was doubtful whether he would ever be allowed to live in ISew York City again. He was cramp ed for money. In order to raise funds Burr sold out his valuable lease, having some fifty years to run, to Mr. John Jacob Astor. That property is now immensely valuable. At least 1500 buildings etand upon it. Astor has leased ;t nil. mid these leases fall due one or two years inside of the Trinity lease to Burr. Consequently all the tenants who have erected buildings will have to settle with Mr. Win. B. Astor by selling to him their pr...

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. — 14 September 1861

AS HTABULA WEEKLY mil A ( j i i ' LI r .1.. J:" TED JUL J H3y James 3Roccl. VOLUME XL NO. 37. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MOKNING. SEPTEMBER 14, 1861. Inc3.ero3aaerLt in cxll tlo.l23.g-s. SI SO in. Vclvctiico. WHOLE .If UMBER 012.' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Two Dollars per annum. If bald strictly In advance $1 60. ADVERTISING. On square on wek t SO On square thrwe weeks 1 00 On square thr mo. S 60 On squar si rim, 4 00 On equal on year. 00 Two equarea three; moi. $ 6n two snnarv lis too. 6 00 two squares one yw S 00 IS 00 it 00 8 00 rnor squarvM on yaf half column on. yaar Business Card of not over sis line pt year Twelve llni or lm of this sis letter make a eqnsre. Obituary Notic of mnr than At lines, nnle of general tD.trst,will b inserted at th name rat air JOB PRINTIXgT of every daierlptlon attended to n call. In th moat tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' RANK Of AMITABILA. OFFICE HOUR rrom 9 A. M. to H M. and From 1 to S P. M. Physicians. hR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 61 Wit. M....

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. — 14 September 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA: Saturday Morning, September 14, 1861. UNION CONVENTION. Tblf bod, which met ocordiog'to call Co lambai oo Thursday last, ki mid to have bero no of the moii enmeroa, respectable, and en thoilutlo convention! bold for many year. At to party predilection, tho dalcgatet were pretty equally balanced. Tbe ticket they gare to tho ttate bat been received without, 10 Far at wo bare noticed, disseot. Of course, as wag tbo foregone conclusion, with the loyal of both tbo republican and dtmocratio parties, David Ton, beadt the ticket, and will be enthusiastic ally supported at tbe election. The other gen tlcmen on tbe ticket are all well endorsed, and well worthy, we believe, of the support and con fidence of tbe elector of the ttate. With the Ll Governor, wt hare bad tome acquaintance, nd cao testify to hi abilty, fidelity and worth. He, however, Deeds bo special endorsement from as. Hit congressional career at a representa tive of tb 8 lb district, bat sufficiently...

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. — 14 September 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Oat Wanted it Dili Cite oa either aeworoldsab erlptlonf. Wooo I Wood ! I Thou who have agreed In pay thelf tub eerlptlona In wood, will ohllgo by bringing II Immediately. Dilecatbn. Don't forget to elect your Delrgatti to the Union Contention, on Saturday the present week 3 P. M. UNION COUNTY CONVENTION. The Union Contention Tor this Count will tt held on Monday, the 16th. The primary mectingi ero be Held at the usual place of tool ding election!, at 3 P. M. on Saturday the 14th, when delegates will bo chosen, by ballot, to wit : From Aehtabala 9 Monroe 6 Aostlnburg 4 Morgan 4 Andover 4 Orwell 3 Conneaut 10 Pierpont 3 Cherry Valley 3 New Lyme 2 Colebrook 3 Plymouth 2 Denmark 2 Richmond 3 Dortet 1 Hume 2 Ctencra 6 Saybroook 6 llarpenGeld 4 Sheffield 3 larigroe 3 Trumbull 3 Jefferson 6 Williamsficld 3 Kinenille - f Wayne 4 Lenoi 3 Wiudaor 4 T the District Convention one delegate to each township, end au additional one from Ash ...

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. — 14 September 1861

The Death of Gen. Lyon. The army correspondent of tho pubquo Herald has some particu lars of the death of Gen. Lyon, which we hare not seen in any other paper Soon after the fight commenced, Gen. Lyon saw kow fearfully the enemy outnumbered him, and ho gave up the day as lost. From that time he seemed utterly re gardless of life, and in fact seem ed scarcely consious of anything. A ball struck him in the leg, to which ho paid no attention, and soon after another struck him in the head, inflicting a scrcrc flesh wound. He bled freely, but refused to move out of the line of fire. The Iowa regiment were occupy ing the brow of tho hill to tho right of the battery, and were cx nosed to a galling fire from the woods in front. Gen. Lyon stood calmly a few steps in rear of the co lored company, bareheaded, with bolls hailing around him in fright ful quantities. ' If some one will lead us, we will clear that woods with the bayonet." "I will lend vou!' says he, and at that instant I 11 a Dan ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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