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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 21 September 1861

ABU LA rmnTi WEEKLY 1 1- I i 1 1-4 II I ( 111 II L II II By J"CLm.ce3 ITLoocL VOLUME XL NO. 38. ASHTABULA, P., SATURDAY "MOMINGrSEPTMBERll, 1601. SI SO . in Advance whole 'numbeiTcis;; TKRMS OF Bt'BSCniPTIOJf. Two Dollar! per annum. If paid titetlv In advance 1 SO. ' ADVKrrins. . . On square on week $ AO (ng,uare three weeks 1 00 tn square thre mos. 8 AO a anwar rSx mm, 4 00 t)a aquar on year. 00 Two sqnarea thre mot, $ 3 tn two squares sis mos. 6 (hi two wnare on year S 00 fnnr sqnarea one year 12 00 half column on tear Si 00 Ru.lnea Card of not over all lines per year I 00 Twelr line, or 1 . of thl. sli letter make a square. Obituary Nntlcea of more than Ave lines, utiles of general aatre.t,wfll b inserted at tb sain rat asv JOB PRINTING of every de.crlptlon attended to n call, in tb moat taattful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' HANK OF ASHTABULA. t.S r Il K HOURS "rom 9 A. M. to 1 M. and From 1 to I P. M. Pbydclan. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 51 M. KINGSLEY, Homeopothist, Kings...

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. — 21 September 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. AS II T A B U L A : Saturday Horning, September 21, 1861. for Oovcrnor PsvwlA Tartd. r Lint. 0rror-BJml rMhlmJV-'k ' " For Trar0f 8tatC Vols.T wy. I.l, af Stabs-Bessl-ml- . Cw.. Vot Coptntroller Joseph Tot fastta Works-... Trr. tha firmness nd courage ofthe u mon Lrgis tire of Kentucky, baTe been beppily dis pelled. The delay in its action, bad the good effect of colljng forth earnest eppcals frem loyal citizens to pass the resolution or dering off the confederate troops from the toil of the state. These resolutions are of a cry satisfactory character. The veto of the drnnken Mc Coffin, only gave addition al determination to tho nniou leuliuieut, and they were passed orcr the eto, and the Governor, beside instructed to issne his proclamation in enforcement of the same end, which placed the traitor in a ralher tight place. He, however, Yielded sulkily to the itrcss of circumstances, and issued his proclamation warning his own friends from the 6tatc to which they had...

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. — 21 September 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Oata WaBiftl at thii ( flic en lthr new or did tub MllptlOU. Wood I Wood 1 1 Thou who ktn'iml to pay their nb crlptlon In wood, will oblige it by bringing It immedlstely. Tut Srmi Anndai. MetTiNo of the Grand Hirer Confer nc will be lield at Bock Creok, commencing on Tneidir the Cnt da of Octo ber, at 3 o'clock, f. u. Judicial Contention. AiLUbnla wi rep resented by L. 8. Sherman and O. II. Fitcb. Eleren balloting were bad, resulting In the elec tion of X. L. Chafi-ib. riTia Hitchcock, of Oeaoga waa elected Senator. ' Several Advertisements are necessarily o rnitted. Herrick k Bro. are of this number. They are ahelfllog their New Fall Goods, cheap od attractive. Give them a call. Adv. next week. Smith k Gii.ket, too are getting io their first Instalment of seasonable goods, among which are tome beautiful patterns of dress goods. Tnc New M. E. Church io this village, will be dedicated to the service and worship of God, on Satu...

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. — 21 September 1861

Words of Earnestness. Tlid 1'liiladclphia Bulletin talks in right down earnest, as follow b: 'The North Is not up to the mark yet. Our teeth must bo set harder. We are clad to see the proclamation of tho Article of war that denounces death to those who give aid and comfort to the enemies of the country. The Gov ernment are marching Btcadily forward as fast as public sentiment will sustain them. Let us the peoplo tell tho Government that wc will welcomo with a stern pleasure the news that some incor rigible and thrice caught traitor has beon hung. Let some Twiggs, that has disgraced his flag and deserted to the rebels, be made such an example of as will cause all cars to tingle. Bring some officer, educated by tho Govern ment, trusted with our men and reuntitious of war, who is not only black with treason himself, Lut who has enticed tho men under his command to desert their Hug -bring him out in a hollow square formed by ten thousand soldiers. and there make such sacrifice of his wr...

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. — 28 September 1861

HTPAMI.A WFIFI.V TfllfiBH ) ' ; f -r JL.IL JL 1 U ALJ1 VV JLUJLUJLiLJLJ JL JL JLU JU JU HJj JL WlA. iL By J celiacs 3Reocl. SI SO In. -A.cVvci,:o.oc5. AS VOLUME XL NO. 39. ASHTABULA, 0., SATUEDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1801. WHOLE-NUMBER GIL TERMS OF SUnSCniPTIOJT. Twe Dollars pr annum. If paid strictly in advane (1 M. ADVERTISING. On snnar on. week $ SO On squar thr. wwki 1 00 On. iqun thre mo.. 8 60 One squar slit mm. 4 00 On. squar on. yar. 6 00 Two snnara. throe mm, t J in two eqnarae .1 mo.. ft 00 two eqiiare. one year ft oo foor aquare. on. year 12 00 half column ona year 25 00 Business Card, of not ott six tint petvsar t 00 Twain tin, or 1m of thin .tie letter mak a aquar. OMtnarr Notice, of mora than Ave lines, unless of g-nersl later.t,wlll be Inserted at the name rat. aav JOB PRINTING, f .vary daaarlptlon attended to an call, In Ui. nost tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' RANK OP ASHTABULA. OFFICE HOCUS From A. M. to 12 M. and From 1 to 8 P. M. Physicians. DR. J...

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. — 28 September 1861

WPTWr'v rp-pT TTT) A "PIT VY XiLlilJ I 1 lJ ULAJlXAl 11. A 8 11 T A li U h A i Saturday Morning, September 28, 1861 tj, of rx"OoTsrnot-Dawl Text. Tor Ilea. Qo-ermir Bew.-iwalwt It amtow.. ,Ft Bnprwroe Jud,i -laas.le lott. For TrtMorar fit Stato C. Val.ej Darter--, , tut tmUrf of SUt-Be'ai-al- Baals Cawaw..; let Controller Joseph It Rttlf. Fat PWU Work Jams Trr. on TBI BoCTHIRM EXPEDITION. It U 1 taott time that we heard something from tbt naval expedition which is said to bate ailed on Tuesday of last week. It work la conjectured to the capture of Fort Macon at Beaufort, or the sinking of vessels in the ship channels of Charleston end Savannah. It is tbe misfortune of sev eral controlling porta of the South that they should be approached by only one or two water channels, of no great depth, and easy of obstruction. Many of the inlets to tbe great sounds of the coast are of this sort end may be at once filled np by sinking heavily laden vessels in tho passages. Even the considerable ...

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. — 28 September 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Oat Wanted at (bit Cffee en either new or old itb erlptlnns. Wood I Woon I I Those who have niJ to py their sub scriptions In wood, will oblige by bringing It Immediately. TOWNSHIP FAIR. Our Fair ieams to be uperiallj favored with Bne weather. Two more beautiful days than Tuesday onJ Wednesday could scarcely be expected to add their glories to early nutumu. As a consequence the pco pie were out, and with thttm tho thousand . nud oue articles that go to make up the ele ments and constituencies, of a country fair. The attendance was large, perhaps beyond precedent.nnd the enjoyment, unmistakable. Yet, the pleasures of the day were not un mixed. Our much esteemed fellowarilizen, Geo. C. Lovclaud, while on duty as one of the marshals of the day, was kicked by a .spirited horse, breaking one of his legs just bulow the knee. This of course cas a shade over the feeling of a large circle of the friends of the subject of this casually...

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. — 28 September 1861

Bottom of the Ocean. Mr. 'Green, tho famous diver, tells singular stories of his adven turcs, when making search in the deep water of tho ocean, lie gives some sketches of what he ,saw on the Silver Banks, near Ilayti : The banks of coral on which my divings were made, are about ,forty miles in length, and from ten to twenty in bredth. 1 1 On this bank of coral is present ed to the diver ono of the most beautiful and sublime scenes that1 theevo ever beheld. The water Varies from ten to ono huntOd feet in depth, and is so clear, that the diver can sec from two to three hundred feet, when sub merged, with little obstruction to the sight. The bottom here, in many nla ces on the banks, is as smooth as a marble floor : in others it is stud ded with coral columns, from ten to one hundred feet in height, and from 1 to eighty feet in diameter The tops oi those more lofty sup port a myriad oi pyramidal pent! ants, each forming a myriad more giving the reality to the imaginary abode of some w...

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. — 5 October 1861

AST IT ABU LA imirrnrT xt nnimir immr-n a n 0 33y James IFLoecl- VOLUME XL NO. 40 "ASHTABULA, P., SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER. 5 1861. Inclonpencleiit in. cai tliing-s. SI SO in. Advanco. WHOLE NUMBER C15. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION, two Dollars per annum. If paid strictly In advance II CO. ADVERTISING. One square one week I 60 One square three weeks 1 00 One squsre three fnoi. 2 60 One square six mna. 4 00 One square one year. 6 00 Two square threa moa. $ 3 fin two squares nix ma, ft 00 two squares one year S 00 four aquarea one year 12 00 half column one year 86 00 Business Cards of not over sli lines pet year S 00 Twelve llnoi or less of this size letter make a square. OblttiarT N'ottce-a of more than fire lines, unless of general interest, ill be inserted at the same rate aare JOB PttlNTaVoT of every description attended to sn call, la the moat taateful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' HAIVK OP ASHTABULA. Of KICK HULKS: From A. M. to HI M. and From 1 to 8 P. M. Pliyelclene. DR. J. C. HUBBA...

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. — 5 October 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA: Saturday Morning, October 5,1881. would thero, once UNION STATE TICKET. For Onyernor Pld Tofl. Tor Unit OoTrnnr-BtnJnmln Btaulon. For Supreme Judge J act kit Scott. For TreHum ot iutC. Vlnf Iory. torBeeretwy ef Stat Benjamin Buih Cowtn. Foe Copwilroller -JoeepH II. Rclljr. For Tublle Woiks John Torrtne. two UNION COUNTY TICKET. Rrjirnenlatirt AHEL Kltt'M ; 7irrri C. 8. MM.l.F.R ; Mcrtf-ED. A WRK1I1T i TroMmlvr S. A. NORTH W AY ; ('mimmnm.tr l. BAUNAUR i htrmtrf Ptreefnr-Eu. NETTI.ETON s UNION DISTRICT TICKET Crmmm Tttiu JviftV. !.. CHAFFEE. .. PETE It HITCHCOCK. The Democratic Convention', for which we published t coll last week, met on Sat orday lost, nnd nominated tbo following ticket Treasurer Hiram Morgan, of Harlfgrove ; Sheriff" Hiram Hyde, of Jscw Lyme ; Prosecuting Attorney S. P. Ashley, of Richmond ; ComviUs'wmr Li nus Savage of Ashtabula ; In. Director Cyrus Kinsr, of Kinesville. No candidate for representative was brought out, the con vention ...

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. — 5 October 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Tio-Nio at Camp Wadr. Tlie officer. oTltie companies froM Aiihtnbuln Counly now in Camp Wtde, hove mado on arrangement with tlio V. P. & A. II. R. -ml Cleveland Omnlbui Unci to carry those who wish to visit tlioir fricndi in .aid Camp, at half-fore rates. On Thursday Oct 10th I Ho Conncnnt train will be propaircd to take all who wish to join the "Camp Wade Excursion" from Conncaut to Perry, in clusive, on the abovo terms. Camp WadkOcL 1st, 18GI Vm. J. Keen Cnpt Co. F. T. I). Leslie 1st, Lieut. A. 1). Strong 2d, Lieut. J. U. Burrow", Capt. Artillery. . The customers of our friend Morrison, will please (ill tip the time until we are able to print liis adv. next week, by calling on him and exam ining his New Goods, for themRclvi-9. ritEMRM Ll-T OF THE FAIR It IB ol- wnys necessary that the list of premium n worded be revised before publication. For several reasons, a meeting of I ho board could not be held til...

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. — 5 October 1861

i - a A Fam.. Tfce following defer fttbU close. ' contribution by Dr. IIoi.mm, to tfaala.tno. of lh Mnntk Monthly t FRONT-TEETH AND THE GRINDERS. Once on a.time a amons? the teeth of a worthy man, in good health and blessed with a sound constitution, commoniy ; kuown as Uncle Samuel. The cutting-teeth, or incissors, and eye teeth, or canines, thought not near ly bo many, all counted, nor bo large, nor bo strong as the grin ders, and by no means bo white, but, on the contrary, very much discolored, began to find fault with the grinders as not good enough company for them. The eye-teeth bcincr very sharp and fitted for seizing and tearin g, and standing out taller than the rest, claimed to lead them. Presently, one of them complained that it ached badly, and then another and anotti er. Very soon the cutting-tccth which pretended they were suppli ed by the same nerve, and were proud of it, began to ache also Thev all airrccd that it was the fault of the grinders. About this time, Uncle...

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. — 12 October 1861

p ITAB 33y orcx.xa.Ga need. Inclei30iicle2i.t LA. "' ' " : 1 ' - i ,. - . . .. . : 111 all tlnl-nere ' ":' ;" ; - ' " rrrrrr-r: : - ' ' - VOLUME XI. NO. 41. ASHTABULA, 0., SATUKDAY MORNING. OCTOBER, 12 1801.- 551 SO in WHOLE TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION. ' t Dollar par annua. If paid strictly Id advance 1 M. 1 ". v AlVKRTI8INt. On eo,aer ab week $ to Two eenare three mo, f So One efiuere three week 1 90 I two anuarwe ela mo. S Of) Oae-winare Hire mo. S M I two erniaree ene year I 00 Utteeunareat mos. 4 01 I fner aqnaree one year . IS 00 aqnare oa year. 6 00 I ralf eolnnm on year . St 0 Business Card of net over til liar per year 8 00 ' Twelve Una or hH of tht alt letter make a eqnar. OMtnary Notices of mora than flee linn, anleaa of general lntrirt,wlli b imrM the a same rate are JOB PRINTING. , ofeTery dercTipUoa attended toenaeU, ia Uta moat taatefu manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' BANK OF ASHTABILA. OKriCK HOIKS Trot t A. M. to la M. and From 1 to I P. If. Phraiclaat. DR. J. O. HUBB...

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. — 12 October 1861

"rf tlw rolls back upon itself, ami a the enrtftin shrouding past draws back I aaa a feeble, sickly boy with bis head bwed it bit motbei'i knee, IU hands clasped, and hi lip altering a lUplng prayer i ry feeble prayer lo reach so far ; Tel whispered as it ti, It ascended to the Great Throne. orn upward by the atronjz fuMid implication of ber who bronght him into bcinjr. end now sheltered him lie- ticftth her ttronrc love. In her borne to lier crave, and the boy, as yet a chilJ, left to tbo care of strangers, beneath wlioe tioclect I lie lessons of hit childhood were aweptaway. His nature became stern, k be grew np a cold and hardened man, strong . to fight the arrest battle of life, and struggle for the rewards of earth, without one tho'l of her who had sheltered bis young life, without oue thought of the great reckoning to mine. Again I tee him in his youth a plodding, 8tmioij man. with earnest, anx- ious brow and toil-hardened hands. He is titling at a table with a book io bis han...

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. — 12 October 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ar JAMts pied. A LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. THE ELECTION la this town,' u a ipiriltvM affair, and the number of votee polled ;wre la the ratio of the Interest felt. The whole nam tier cant was 278. Tbeaversgo' Union rvote was.239, wMle'the Jewel, tickot carried 37L The vote for Treas urer was divided, at wag expected it would be. Miller received 140 try Bimlinell 100. Friend Howells cartlcd 9 votes", and cornea oat of the beat not very different from our prediction. The indicationa are that Miller la defeated. 80 at leait the Reporter figures 11 oat ia the 'following returns t '' , . MILLKR, BDSHNELL. ' Ashtabula, 140 100 Auat'uburg, 41 66 Andover, maj. 16 Denmark, . 16 . 24 . Geneva. 215 25 ' llarpcrsfleld, 3 118 . , Jt-Oerson, 83 130 Kiogsville, . 158 r3 Lenox, 39 72 New Lyme, 61 75 Morgan, 140 '.. 18 Monroe, .143 111 Dorset, 7 ' 33 . . IMerpont .106 30 Uome, ! 36 60 Connenut, 118 208 Sheffield, 22 1 60 Trumbull, 21 91 Willi.inisGelJ 45 96 , Wayne, 8 99 Windsor, 40...

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. — 12 October 1861

Sleep. Thcro is no fact more clearly established in tho physi ology of man than this, tho brain Mncnds its enemies and itself dur ing tho hours of wakefulness, and these aro recuperated during sleep; if the recuperation, docs not equal Uio expunuiuire, mo ui uiu " Tliia in innnnitv Thu9 it 19 that. I lltlS IS lllSailliy. It aO lllUl, in early Ln glial, history, persons who were condemned to dcutli by being prevented from sleeping, al- ways died raving maniacs thu3 .it is also that those who starve to . death become insane , the brain is not nourished, and they cannot sleep. Tho practical inferences are three 1st, those who think most, who do most brain work, require most sleep-. 2d. That time saved from needful sleep is infal libly destructive to the mind, body, and estate. 3d. Give yourself, . your children, your servants, give all that arc under you, the fullest amount of sleep they will take, by compelling, them to go to bed at ' some regular hour, and to arise in the morning the...

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. — 19 October 1861

im-im IT nil Mil i By James HFLeecl. Independent m all tnings. A: EM TELEGRAPH VOLUME XI. NO. 42. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER, 19 18C1. WHOLE NUMBER 617. '.; TERMS OF Sl'IISCIMPTIOlV. Two Dollar per annnm. If paid etrlctlv In ldtM 1 1 M. ADVEUTHINO. tin fnr on week t SO Two miliar three mo. $ t Sn On aquara thre week 1 00 two nuara 1 nv. I no On qur t!ir mo. 3 60 two aqiiare on jear I 00 On aquar at moa. 4 00 fnnr aqnare nn JW IS 00 On aquar On jrr. ( 00 half column on yar 26 00 "Jii.lnaa Card of not over all line pat year I 00 Twalr linn or loi f tliln alt letter mak a iqnar. Obituary Notlca of mor than five line, ttnle of general latrat,will b lnrtd at tin ram rat aar JOB PniKTIXO of vry description attended to n oall, in th moat taateful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS' BJlNK OF A8IITADILA. OKK1CB IIOLHM from A. M. to 1 M. and From I to I P. K. Phj-slclaii. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Anhtabola, 0. 61 I) It. M. KINUSLKY, HomeopalhiBt, Kinj-s vlll, O. Having had aeveral yaar exper...

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. — 19 October 1861

WEEKLY TEIGRAPIl. ASHTABULA: Saturday Horning, October 1g,88 i. I The Postition. The army In front of Washington continues IU csiHioas but certain system of advances . I The right wing has worked northward and west. ward until it hold the river front as far as Great Fella. Lewinsville, which . Is occupied by Gen. Bmith, is a point aboot 5 miles west of Cham Bridge, aud the sam distance south from Great Falls. Miner's Hill two wiles m advance el Lewinsville, Is immediately upon the Leesburg turnpike, and not ever two miles east of Vienna- On the south, Ileinlselman's outposts extend to Mnnnt Vernon. Directly in the eenter, at Up- ton's Hill, the 21st New York Is stationed. Thns the straight line held by our troops last week from Great Falls to Mount Vernon, is bow, ciifWied outward by the advance from lewinsville and the position where fight- is most likely to occur. The eoemy lies in force at Fairfax station, diseetly in front of our center, but he has also eonsiderable body or troo...

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. — 19 October 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Tub Electioh In this county, the re turn of which will bo found in tabular form in this paper, has hot resulted In the main, torr different from what was expect ctl. The featarei which gave upccial inter est to It, were the Independent candidates for Representative and Treasurer. The 835 votes polled by onr cotctnporary is a gratifying disappointment, as do special ef fort was made in that direction beyond the se of the columns of the Sentinel. Equal disappointment perhaps fellows the result in the case of Treasurer. It wns not gener ally supposed that the regular nominee could have been beaten. Yet, Mr. Bush nell, his competitor, was well and favora bly kuown, and tho very best feeling was entertained towards him, but many, who under other circumstances would have sup ported him with pleasure, declined to do so after giving their countenance to the Con vention, and tacitly thereby plodging them selves for a Union ticket. Whi...

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. — 19 October 1861

Washington Preaching and Praying. The.V. y. JtutrpenJent, through In ington correspondent refer to the manner in which the clcrjry 0f that city deported themwlvei oti the Mational fluidity, Keying: "Not ono orthodox clergyman in tliis Capital dared speak n word of tho i?reat causo of the war. Nearly every one professed to enu merate the causes of our present distress not one dared to allude in the faintest manner to the grand cause tho cause which if not re moved, must inevitably ruin us as a nation, and result in tho distress ing failuro of our present attempt to subdue tho rebellion. Slavery v as not mentioned. One preach er laid our troubles to tlio fact that several legislatures of the Northern 6tates had repealed their old laws touching capital punish ment t Another found in the Tun ing of railway trains on the Sab bath a cause of our present dis tress ; and another still laid the the war to 'party spirit' of course one party beiug quite ns guilty as another. No one man dared s...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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