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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 7 December 1861

A SMTP A ll WEEKLY nnim FD10 JUJUJHJ.JL mo TTX at ' rj 1. .jjA X JLK JJLJL JUL i. ALJi- i. . . - 333r . Ja.na.es rt-eocl. . ; Ii lcuoiy i-.n ci 03 it; m cUl tlimgs. , x SO la .Aayanctf. Y(ijMirH!l.T?".7. . " . ASHTABULA, P., SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1801. , ,; WHOLE .ITOMBKF.oil TKRM4 OP RVBSCRIPTIOX. . Twr Dollars lMi. If paid .tirrtl) to Autai.o 1 M. On nnin on week I - I Two iuarr three sin. 1 iji Dm anoan Hiraa Wrrka 1 00 two SUIUire til . 0 "0 On ao-iare thre Winn, t SO rwn snnnrr nix yrar On Dm suusr ate. mno 4 00 1 fhut e.naree one year 11 u loo Oi iiar oa year. 00 I half enlamn im rr ulneae Card of not nrtr l tinea pt vrer Twelve ltn or lnr thin sis letter auk a sonar. Obltusry .Notloaa of air tha v lira, anlee of aeaaral tatreat,ol ke Inserted l the aune rataeet JOB PIUMTING. of aeary deeerlpUoa attended to on call, la Ult moat tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. HANK OK ASHTABULA. UtlU'l HOI ltr Israel I A. M. to I H. and Frost I to I P. M. Ftirslelaas. DR. J. C. HUBBARD. As...

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 December 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. A S II T A 11 U L A i Saturday Morning, Deair.lcr 7 1861. The New Yoik Mnnicipal Elect'on ha re sulted la the defeat of the- rmtorion Woed, and Ui success of Opdvlte Tor Mayor. tan M sssags fills oar columns to Ii exrlo tic of almost everything else. Tli if i ef coarse tieeds no apolojry, as few, we treat, will fail to md this document, and read It. ten witU a tellsh that bo other mstter eoeld afford at this t!raoJ V shall mi, tnerefr. orir' It upon tli attention of tot reader. The tabor of rat ting It in type", th reader will readily Under lUld, htr drawn too severely opori Ou? time and effort and censed too mch solicitude to admit of ena a brief reference toita character, or it store prominent featarei. A hasty ero.r d bat left a highly favorable impression or its ability, and the regularity, the soundnesi and statesmsu.like character of Hi views end peti tion Taa ciriler will Bud few point upon which to exercise hie peculiar province. WASHINGTON, Dec. 2. HOUSE. ...

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 December 1861

'The report concerning Col. Kerrigan and Ibe sentence - of, rlenlh iHi J to have lccn passed upon him by court martial torni out, . we supposed It would, to tie ontrne. Jle hnrfnol yet been tried ; end when ho is tried, the .offense laid ft. tils door, iTiough disgracing to him, will not be inch ad Wonld call for tho pnnismont of death. ' . Art Our readers conscious of tho fact that we art on the laal mouth of tbe year, and to those la arrears, a settlement would invole but little liaEard, and witlial, is a mutter about Wblch we Love contidcrablo Interest aud fueling. ' The following are those wbo did not nppca Id tho Sunate chamber : " ' '. ' Breckinridge, Howe, Johnson, of Tenn, John son, of Missouri., Kenned, Pfice, i'ulk J Slier man, Willey, Wilmot. ' Pitch darkness has been so improved of late ai to rend bituminous obscurity. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. OOca Mb A. N. L. It. ft Co. I AsiiTi.ola, Ilea. S, 1M1. ( 4 TVTOTICl'J is hereliv irivnii, iht the Annn J. al Moating of tha Stockhold...

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 December 1861

Men and Women Now-a-Days. Eom.bod I. rrpor. lor iu n.. on Joon.Uert.!nr'" 01 'Fi.tl.w L-.),-, ...a.' t I-.-, .at a. 4r ftl'll411)IU L'l.l tovi'. , " 1 The f. luipg . hi oj.iu.ou cf the ,hhhi. ...rfilont- " . . . - . . I t Aimfi l n ii a i h iv i nil ii'i i ill' v A QMU lis.J 1AV m w. v-ew. ...wjr u rrndRnli-ra could see them: 27ifw w:ere true gril-reiil hearts ofi oak but these popinjay are noth ing in the world out veneering Vlien 1 was a boy it used' to be Iho rushioii lor boys la do apprcn ticd , till they hail learnt their ,1 . ... . ..II t il trade , but now tliey areull6o5Ai They am t no hoys nuw-a-diiys f Tbey act op for the in solve a us soon at weanedkiioV cnmigli sigtit more than their faihers and grand fathers -you can't tell thciii ah) thing they rkiiowit! all! - Their fathers sweated and lu'cd in the corn-field at tho tiil ot an a plow. or else over an anvil . but ihen can't do it I They are all too grand to jirty their ringers ! They must wear fine clotn. and shirt coi...

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 December 1861

"fITl'TITI 0 n-i n. 11 -4 -LL-J 0 i'JIliJoJDj'Wyil 3337- James 3Rcecl. TvOLUME XI. NO. 50. . ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER Umi. "t- AVIIOLE DUMBER 025..' J,' ' TKTIM9 OF StrrtSCniPTIOW. Two PalUr per annum. If paid strictly In advnce l M. .. . . . ADVKnTISINO. On square on week 60 OMMiinilirwvmlu 1 00 l Two snuares three mo. S fn two unarn .IK mnB, a ou On. snusre Hire mo., i W two auuare. on. year g 00 13 00 26 00 8 00 On. mirinii mo. 4 00 foar sqwaree on. year One sonar on. year. 00 I half column on. j ot B ifln.Ki 7rds of not oref six line per year Twelve Tine r If of this irt letter make sqnare. Obituary Notice, of morl then fire line., anleu of general I aiar.iKwllI be knmrted t th msm nte ut "" J"' ."job piunTikjg or every description attended to on call, In th mo.t tasteful s , i 1 i manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. P"AnJIEItS It A NIC OF ASHTABULA. OKKlCK HOCUS Prom 9 A. M to li M. and From 1 to 8 P. H. Physician, jPft. J. C. HUBBARD, Afhtabula, 0. , 61 TJR,'M. KlKGSL...

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 December 1861

tmt of tender foimatjon, and was rendj to fall asunder. Vainly we looked for the order ! li'!f, end eqnolly vain m the search in our haversacks for the hard truck er tad Paw bacon which is usually round tbom co those marches. No order to take ay rations with os hod been given, and Bona tad teen taken, a it was not suppos ed that ft march so formidable was about to "TV undertaken. ' Frost gropes, black wnlouts, and even jicfslmoos were devoured with." cagcrotss. .. . " AVle'ngtb, on descending a hill the little .town Of Mt, Vernon was seen k hailed with hcartljess, for It was whispered that here w -should make a halt, and the prospect 'of gelling something to eat, was, asVe sup posed,, good. .Our pieces" we parked in a small lot iu the centy of the town, aud our borsos aero fed for the first time since onr departure from Camp Calvert. Misman agement was' everywhere apparent. No food bad been prepared for the men, and uo quarters for the tick. Although drip ping wet.,- we were forbidd...

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 December 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Ctmpuf A. 4!tlh laejr't. A few more en r wanted to II M Up th Oompan eny oi th gallant forty-fifth. Thow enlisting will be armed with Enfield HMe, and will be Uniformed and Kqulnped Immediate Ijr. Col. W. I. Fowl. In authorised to rseelv MmM frr tills oomoanv. and will li' n uniform to all wbo tmiit with btm. Application should be mud befnr flv o'clock, Paturday, u tha company goes to tamp at that time. It t2t narrows' Itatterw All recruit for thin Heltery of Artillery ar requested Inuki tin Mall Train on Friday Eve ning, lath Inst Psrsnna winning to Inln tha Nw Bsttery, can nlmt on tha train tliat evening. 1'iovlMon will be mad to carry all who com. Ohio, Iteccmhcr 1W. It Geneva, Pth, 8ai and Fatal Acoidrnt. Mr. Horace Olin, of Plymouth, lost liii life, Tuesday last, by the full of a scaCTuld, on which he was engag ed shingling bit boose. Six or" seveo persons were on the scaffold at the time, several or 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. — 14 December 1861

"THE SITUATION." Tlirrc's t njilcnilid country going to sued, A oplo living In the iuiys nt cJ, "ud anltaala rUiii.inf abort of.faed, For ant of DMftni aod labor ; Tbcre'a a bf g'U Qovcrametil maJa Uh skill, By a leader wbe ftlwaya lied with a will, "Uuai ij to hi jrjya he In Lying Still, - Our; moat cmiinkeroni neighbor I Thurfl are grassi-growa cUics and : tlca. port j. A. Cabinet awfully out of aorta, 1 , 'A, host of inerchaot troubled with "short ' Whr trcilit'U getting tiattM t ' ' 0 There are empty ware roonm.jloomj pud w'dc, n Where ,rat3 rJ buta'ntid eala rcsidb,. holes and. cornura thej love to hide, Tlmt ought to be crammed wilU oottou. ' There's a bankrnpt treasury, dead flat broke, A mongtrout eol.eme that must end io amok?, Too fuuny 1W rctMoo sad Tor a Jok,' ,., Though the promises all cra plamy j r Tlicre'i 7 fetter on every pen and tongue, , A daily tissue of. Hue oui-fluug, ' , , A-Bvf of liiralaa that out to be hong, ,1 Aod a bulf-atarveil, mutinous army. Kew let o...

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. — 21 December 1861

ASiTIB LA KLY nnwi' want ft .11.111. 1L; M Ji. l .lUmi JLll.T: 1 33y James 3Reecl. VOLUME XL NO. 51. ASHTABULA, 0 SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 21." 1861 indepondent in all tilings. , SX SO in. Advance. WHOLE NUMBER G2G. TERMS OF t;BSCniPTtOW. w Dollar per annum. If paid strictly In advance 1 . ADVKRTIS1KO. fn square one week t M One equar three week 1 00 On equare three mat. 3 60 On eqnare t mo. 4 00 Om nun on year, t 00 I Two squares thiwmo. t fl two annar. mi Bin.1 two qure on yr four aquare on yr hif column on jtmt I 00 U 00 St 00 00 Business Card of not orer six line pet year Twelre Una or lese of thin l letter mak sqnare. Obltnary Notices ofmnr than 8r lines, unless of general Interest, will be Inserted t the same rate uti JOB PR1NTIN9. of rry description attended to on call, in the moat teetotal BUSINESS DIRECTORY. "FARMER BANK OFA8HTABJ,A. OKViCB HOCRrt From 0 A. M. to 12 M. and From 1 to t P. K. Fhyalclan. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 51 DR. M. KINGSLEY, Homeopathist, King...

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 December 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ABIITABULAj-Saturday Morning, December 21, 3861 Th Ns or ma ('aptcr or Plidril Maan. hits il Jubn Boll into tn fre f bit rightful prtrogatirr erramblinjr. XtiJ from a public meeting at which some lnflml ry rtiolwiiona war aa, nearly all t el from the Kugllsh joertiala.' Thflr tons,proid ed theft fit liti I mora tniformfv ' eDti m?nl. mlcht ttarllfl lb weak and timid. We however, And food ma variation to the ait the dutraiil anon. What on asserts, ia ia , eve case roandly contradicted by another. T tier h ao n:tlhfid in tbeir madron, and con irqnenil. aa Sliakspoare baib it' "no specula. t!on ia the erethey atare with. At the Srat . flu-ib tbey r aottiinf bat the iijnui fatnu of a viola ed 6 g, and (he ebolitio of offended dig. elf j ia very serious.. But aa the effervescence tabaiile little and they beglo to look at the principle Invoked, I bey are enabled to discover precedent where they themselves took the ini tial'. Of coarse ia these precedent they are enabled ...

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 December 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Cnmponr A. 4.th Ree't.-A "'".J!" wanted lo lll up th' Company or tba gallant Forty-Firth. Thaw enlisting will he armed with Fntield Rlfloa, nd will Uniformed end Fqnlpped lmn.edlet.iy. Cnl, W. B. Fowl b ...tt.ffri.Hi to receive mm. .r ti.i. eom, rr?"?. ",!"., .... nnlwrrm. w ail wnn eriii.i won nun. ,(m.i-..".-. Wm.derrnrenveocioce,r.aioraay, H.niwnip'7 -ri.. w.i.eewAii recm.t. mru.i. p-itarrrf Artlllr.v ere reqne.led Intake It.. Mull Train on Frtdsy Kve nlnr. 18th Inst. P.raoes wl.Mng to Join the New Hattery, can enlist enthe train that evening. Provision will bo made to carry .11 who come. lioeoiulT Cth. Oenova, Ohio, Cattlb Ordikancr. The Village Author! ties request oa to use a little official thunder on tbelr behalf, by making known the fact that there is in full force and effect, as ordinance re straining; cattle from running: at Urge after the first of December.snd that It Is the determination of the Marshal to en forc...

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 December 1861

i ! .The KfW York Tract Society kss always been in apo)git for tht tnaonera, nor , al,acd iMtitationtor the Soatb, and las, to secure the approbation orslareholderi tad cod servel'tres, carefully excluded irons itt pablica tloDi every senlimeol io faror of liberty. Now, that It has loit tht favor and foods of both North and Booth, It whining!? propone a anion 1 with Us oatapoken and flourishing anil slavery ' riral, the Boston Society. From Ttilame of 'doTolIonaJ poetry, recently published by tht latter, tre copy this beautiful hymn : Prayer For Liberty. Roll on, tbos Joyful day, - Whao Tyranny's proud away, Elorn lb gr.e, . Eball to tba ffroond be hurled, h . Aod Freedom' flag unfurled Eball ware, throughout the world, i ' O'er every slave. Trumpet of jubilee, Echo o'er land and sea, , Freedom for all I Let tba glad tiding fly, And every-tribe reply, Glory to God on Ligb( At slavery's fall. Free, too, the captive niiuJ By tyrant long confined . Io slavery's night ; The Savior' Dame...

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 December 1861

HTABULA nn ELEGRA 33 ;y James need. IncLoiDeziaerLt m o,ll tUlners. SX SO m Acivanco ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 28, 1861. ..VOLUME 'IT. NO. 52. WHOLE NUMBER C27. AS W TKRMS OF VBSCIUl'TIO. Two Dollars per annum. If paid I tanoe I t t ADVEUTII ' ' . Ont snnsro one k t n I Two sqnarc. three mo.. $ 2 f.n Om sonar three weeks 1 00 two squares III nina. fn squ.re three mos. 3 M two squares on. year Oh .qnare at, mo.. 4 00 four .qnare. on. year One squar one year. 6 00 half column one year Bu.lne.s Card, of not over alx line. per year n mi 00 12 00 26 00 8 00 Twelve Hnea or teM af thia alio latter make a square. Obituary Notice, of more than flea line., unlfaa of general i otereat,w(ll be Inserted at the eame rate aave JOB PRIXTINU fif erery description attended to on call, In the most tasteful manner. V BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS IIAXIC OK ASHTABULA. OFFICE HOURS frorg 9 A. M to 1-J M. and From 1 to 8 P. V. Phj-.lcl DR. J. O. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 51 DR. M. KINGSLEY. nnm...

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 December 1861

WEEKLY -TELEGRAPH. A si II T A H U L A : Saturday Morning, December 2? 18G1. Tlio Enftlifli W'ur news has assumed do iiew or positive features. Lord Lyons and Frcrcturj Seward hove hud one or more iHftiit'fcs hut Imtbiiiff hue. transjiirrd to n )ightrr disturb ike public mind. ,. Jfernaudina, . Florida U probably, by tbi time, in the bands of oar forces. Tbe town is located to Nassau county, od the north part of Amelia Island, and boasts and excellent harbor. At a link In the chaiu of our Southern coast de fences, Its occupation is important. Much uneasiness is felt iu relation to the fate of Col. Corcoran and the Federal Prisoners in jail, which is thought to have bits ! consumed in the conflagration there. Tbe Kash villa Gazette is informed that 23 Federal Soldiers lately entered the lines of Geu. Zollico tier's army stating that after reading Lincoln's message that they could no longer bear arms against the South, and were ready to fight against the abolition tyranny! Monsiecb To...

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 December 1861

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Clossoftiik Year Our subscription year closes with tbis number, and tbe read er understands well enough, that we aro in want of a clean settlement with all who are Indebted to as. We might maki this the occasion of hngely commendatory accounts of the merits of our journal, of Its contents, contour and complexion, the taste, beauty, brilliancy and power of its editorial manngement, a nd nil that., bat modesty forbids, and the game is hardly worth the amunition, if it did not. I ti merits when compared ith tho other helidoinudnU of the county, mid its superior claims to support, are questions that we aro willing to leave to mi intelli gent pnblic, and trust to it- decision for nn increase of patrons with tins opening year. Those who like us, and to pa roni ee our sheet, will please bo ready on the first, as we like to hve our subscriptions run with thu regular year, Need moie be mid ? The cxamiuaiioo or the full term of our Un ...

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 December 1861

APPEAL TO TIME. BY MRS. L. DEMING. Stnp, iop, oll Time, till I take a breath, I n tired r Ibis race; For elght-arnl twenty years I'- tried To keep wlia jour rtre; I'flt wandered more than balf way Dp i Tba bill of life wl b you, And dow I (aid would rast awhile, ' Tba shady pest to iew. Tis eigbt-SDd-lwcnt years ego . I etarted oo life's track ! Bat yoa hare eer riQirfed so, I never eoald look back, Stop bat a moment, while I flew Tbe path Vr traveled o'er .And let tot bid one more adiett To youth's far distant shore. , Stop, till I eee that little cot, Where firal I law the light, That my worn heart haa aa'er forgot Although it passed from tight. I long to aee that cherished group, That elastered roond the door, Upon the latticed, woodbine stoop. With iU white sanded Boor. Et p, till my trembling srms embrace. That dearest friend, t Morula ; And let me aee my sistar'e face, And clasp tbe hand of brother ; Ob, let me kneel at father's feet, Ilia blesaxf to receive J Twill make my cu...

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. — 4 January 1862

a (dinrnri a hd WEEKLY r inn iJiullLy'JbillL IQic JiUiUilU A : r A if) 33y Jo,xtlc3 IFLeecL. VOLUME XII. NO. 1. ASHTABULA, 0., IzideiDozi. clout in cell tilings. SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 4, 18C2. AYIIOLE NUMBER 023. terms or rBscniPTioir. ' fa. Dollar. P ifj" .rlMlT I. .-... P ADVKHTIB1NO- ' ft HO I Two anware three mo. $ I i) B ,.1noM Card, of not .It llnea-p -a 00 Twelr. Hum orlof Mil" la ak "I01' Obituary Wntlra of mm- thaa "re Una, tntow eerl UUrwilllaertdatthiJrta- JOB PRIST1KO. ferery inert ptloa attended to aaeaU, In tb most tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. FARMERS HAWK OP- ASHTABULA. nvina EKII'Tia. Fram A. M to IS M. anil fw 1 to I. St. Iwlcli. DR. J. C. HUBBARD. Ashtabula, Q. 61 DR. mkINOSLKY, Homeapathist, Klnirs t1I1.0. Ha-rlng had vr.l yenr-a eoerlane, h fcel himself competent to at re satisfaction to oil who may km Mm with a call. Odlon, Mala etreet, nearly opnoalte of r Rjickwall. Ftcrerancea Homeopathic Madlaal Facntty tweUmdl Br. Geo. Z. Noble, Pood,, H. Y.I O. E. Kohl...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 4 January 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. A S II T A D U L A i Saturday Morning, January, V 181,2. Oik. Fcorr III now intimated, that CJtO. Scott battened home iu Complirnee with t!ie orpcut request of Iho French Em peror, who laving acP)l and approved Karl HusoU's di-pa'cb, tarDfftly -desired a fnaeeoUe adjustment of the differences be tween this country and Oront Britain. Trig array news since our last prescatt no prominent point upon which to hang a com went. So far at dispatches nave been, at We deemed, of Interest cnongh to justify the tratibfccriag la our column, we have so dis posed cf tbero. The stereotyped beading "AU is quiet on the Potomac," fa repeated with the additional force acquired by the waning of each successive week. To thit Interesting announcement we have to add, that another transport ludcoed with forage, bas successfully run the blockade, and tri umphantly reached the capital t Death of Prince Albert. We last week noticed the death of Prince Albert. It ocenred on the 1Mb ult. He bad...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 4 January 1862

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ("10 A L OlTi by tlie Onllnn. Con or Bnf- V n. nfu nnllfr. nd at BR - .. i.-rt'-M II I MoitUIMftV. fit Hiirk. Tin. vn, Hanrv fciihn. Deft, Before Dermis Thorp, J. r. of nenara Township, Ashtabula j. County, Ohio. ON th 20' li rlv of' December, A. T. IMS, Jnatlce leaned an Attachment In th ebne action, for the enm nf Haas (a), esld ee'lnn will be hoard on th lUSb byofKbrnaiw, A f. INntf. at a'ctoek, A at. 8111 .HIIM;MN, r'AHMRlt HAl.t., nrr, Iec Slat, 111. Plalntlll Attarway. Commissioners' Heport.. T'O tbellntiorfible Court or CommonPleag X nf Aahtahula Connie. Ohio; In pneanane of the ".fa tnte, W, tli Commissioner f Mia ennnly ea.hmit th ml. lowing report of the financial (Tslre of Mid ounl for tlM year fading tjiptomlxr Hud 1801, Common School Fund. Caah In TrraatvrT Pcpt. 1M0 CashraoeHed r license Htate nmarmn school fuud re d of Mat Treasurer Wnt Heaerr fund iw'd of slat traaaurcr S0,0tt 14,101 11 1,41 J U 10,031 77 Amount paid township ind rltlag Imnm 16.58...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 4 January 1862

Twilight Musings. Titer. If no word i;U that of God, , No ji1i lil.t t!ii nj Savior trod, Ko friend cn gn'da info from ill, Al this, iq wuieh I read His will, wt Bini.. It tell ma of Horn aloe. AVkere artfela dwell. anil n i 1ot , How God "a awa Ron from licaert came down, And wore for Mrlb thorriy crowo I , JIow angelg heralded Hit mora 0 Pellilehem'a babe, "a ator born! Good henceforth from teareo to man." And that Ui joyful tiding? ran. It tell ma how my Savior died, I?y mocking Jews was crucified Lnried -thence from lb grave arose I In glorious triumph o'er bis foes, llcascended to heaven again, At Gods "right band" in bliss to reigo. It tells me of my Savior there, His power and intcrcewiva prayer ; How he doth hear and gnnrd from HI Uis saints OB earth that do his will J And how for tbem with Tercet care "Mansions" of rest he dotb prepare ; And of the day when ho shall come To Judge the world, and bear them Home, That they Ilia glories may behold, To saints, to seer, oo earth,...

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