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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 22 March 1862

TP AMI jl. jl-ji. jL vU A JJLli 33y j"ctna.es ZFLeecl. VOLUME XII. NO. 11. ASHTABULA, 0., Indepenent . in all tlilnge. SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 22, 18G2. SI SO in Advanco, WHOLE NUMBER G30. TERM OF BUBSCniPTIOJf. Twe .nr pat annum. If !ld "triUy In adraoe II M. ATBKTIBla. nMn,ln on. ntk Twosnn.reethimos.lJSo On. r,.l.r. three weeks 1 00 two .it a.. Ofl Dim square tlu-ee mot. t W two square ne y-ar J 00 One souere sis mee. 4 0 rhwr mmtn on. flw Moo o W b.lf.lm.no.r.ar MOO Bailness Card, f ot orr lliw--pt year I 00 Tw.1t. Itn.a of lea f tbti sis letur mk. a qnrt. Ohltnnrr Notice of more than Bee linen, nnl.u of general lnteret,elll be Inserted at th. seme rate hi JOU PRINTING, of eery deeerlptloo atter.ded tn an mil, la th aiost tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physician.. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 51 DR. M. KINOSLKY. Hnmeopnlhist, Kinps Till., O. Paring had aeeeral year's experience, he feels himself ninten't tn le satisfaction to .11 wh may faror him with a sail. HKcr, Mai...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 22 March 1862

WTiTTTT V rWT vri I I ASHTAUULA: Saturday Morning, Marth, 52 1862. FsxAronuL Cacccs. Another effort nmtle Weilnc9t5s5ip)l fast to notninftW.bot without socce, and adjourned to ThortvlaT 2ab. Mn?jr-t m emeus. F.lcvn tiMlota were hn l. T noVs VtgVicat tiOmher w3 Porfj even on the lusl bullet. Two Wale mcD were T''C Sunx'3vful rclroul of the rcbi I army from rotomac from before Uiq watching cyc-3 f enr Commander in-Cbe f and bis numerous and woll-eppoiritcd ami wclt-ctriik-d army, ot of the most roortifring events of the waK And the niartificatiea is not lrsemJ by lbs discov ery of tbo fuel, that the strength of the febeta to whom we bare been jmriug so careful and frsptclful deference, lias not for a consiikrablo time riccciK J 40 or 00 thousand all lob), and that the un thai looked forth from their frown ing Oftllkmotits, Hit plrinj to tnach detereace and , were obI aa knigniited by the sareaalle Thillipi, "Qiaker gnat," mado from harmless wood, aod ingoiiioualy, but very Imposingly ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 22 March 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. ru DooV'W'W taiidef oar Atjknoa'lcdga menU to Han. Tichcr Hitchcock, for a batch o LgWtW docnmonU. Ma. EniTORi It li painfnl to witness the fforU of man tad beast to ford oar ttreeU Jnat now. hhat than a year ago ur Burroanh paid qnita smart mm for repairs; and ubtnit the decision U all observing people if oar treeta are not moch worsa now than before the repairs. How cornea tbia to pasT The an swer it obvlons. Instead of gravelling our atreeta, Ibcv were filled up with a sort of shale patty, that was eartaia to dissolve under the action of sua and rain, and bceomo just what we now fiud them. Such was the predic ted results wben cartloads of this miserable staff were being emptied into our streets. Js'ow what are we to do for our relief? Of coarse) we cao do nothing at present, bat wade through the mad until it dries tip, sometime this side of Dog-days. But what then wait for a rctarB next fall and spring; 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. — 22 March 1862

Sparking Sunday Night. S illing la tha eorncr, Os Foodnt , Tiih taper fln2cr Bnting oa foarslesvs Etarligul errt era cutting Ob joor faea their light 5 Bless ma I this ti pleasant f parking fiaoday night I How yonr heart is tliumpinj ft aloat yonr RuuJny vest- How wicksrilv Ma worVirg On this day of rest Ueuri aeetu but minntei As they talt their Sight B!cs ins aim' It plesaot Spaiking Sunday clht I PuJ ar.d mam aro leei'wg Oo their peaceful bed, Preuatlnf ofios things The folks in meeting s.iiJ, "Love ja one another t" Mioisters recite , Bless me 1 Don't vr do ii Ppatkicg So'jdny right ! One artn.wlth gentle prcsiires, Lingers roond her waint. You fxjuecze ber dimpled baiiJ. Her pooling lips yoo taste ; Sba freely alapa your facs, Cat mora la love thao spite ; Oh ! tbandcr ! ais'i it pleatuut Spaiking Sunday uighl I More from John Bright. . Ia a lata tpceeb Air. B. pat forth following good talk : ttii "We bare bad, as generally U ile case OO all great question?, a world of nonsense...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 29 March 1862

m A B A nn in JUJ TUTPI 10) A D)T0l'i : ; iiiU'-- 1 mJLPU VV JUJ JU IS. U 1 33y - James ILrLeecl. air 5B1 SO in cl-sro,:iico. VOLUME XII. NO. 12. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 29, 1862. WHOLE NUMBER CIO. ' TERMS OF BWBBCRIPTIOJI. Te Dollars par una. If alt rtrletly In advene $1 0. ADVEllTISIHa. Oi nqnM-ft on wk t Ine nnar IhrM WM 1 00 On nore three m One IK! liar, at mn. 4 BO Una Miu.r. on year, t 00 Two .near three mo, f 1 U two Hum mix mm, two square on. yer four nouare nm nr half column on. year ft 00 11 00 s oo Ru.ln... Card, of not over U lima mi year t 00 Twelve lln. or lea of thl. l latter mak. a aqusre. OMUarr NntloMofmnr. tha dr. line, nnlM.ofi.Mnl (nteret,wlll be Inverted at th nam. rat. am JOB PRINTlBfG. of vry tesertpttoa attended toeaeall, la tb. moat tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physicians. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 61 DR. M. KINGSLKY, Homeopathist, Kin. O. Having had T.ral year- avperienee, h. feel Mmwiir competent to glv mitliractlnn to all who may fa...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 29 March 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. ASHTABULA: Saturday Morning, March, 29 1862. Tub bill iiitrodnccd In tha Houm of Ikpro Mutative?, rrqoentinj Secretary Stanton to stop II eichtnget of prisoner, until Col. Cocorao la nleaacd, w ry proper era. Tliii f atlant of floer, ahould bt rsleaaed if there ere aujr untried meant which can tBVct It. Among the noblest n4 braveat of onr aoltiiera, whose sturdy pat. riotiitn, and Indomitable grit the rebola have found too much vo far tbeir Implacable era elty. He accept! ao favort, aod aobmita to in eelte which Lie manly apirit can brook, fie draw no call for fixing the doom of bia fellow fritonari, and enjoys no behoof that pliancy to the taewj might furnish. Ills captivity end noble bearing are infinitely to be preferred to the liberty of one of bia former Richmond com panions, we Ibitk. Battli or Wisctieeteb. Ai the news cones is, this figll co Sunday last, between General Shields, end the rebcla, Jackson and others, as e ernes magnitude and importance beyond an...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 29 March 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. MotWl- IfffOr that "P Flrat ftepllsi Chech will he s"twl foe b as year on Batord.?. Apr 6th e e'oloek a. a. T)i Tr)tee will be la etasndemea) at that tlasai til lataraatod are ln.lt' 1 h p'Went. - fJr mft af th Trn , -9 U. L. MORKISOK Cle. Aabtabwia, March , WtV ... , , Nwtlee The Annual Miwtlnr. for the dartUm of ome-wa of the "AaMabnle Kemwr'e snd stechenle's Anelelnn, he Mdl riremen'a Hell, on fletnrday, April 'H. etS I o'clock, p. aa. inmnl attendance In moat earnestly rt-l"'l. " i. P. JINNIN03,rrast.A, T.-M. iMI.' Ashtabula, Msrofc 2T, 112, ' Akotiibb butch f NashSHe PP - retched at from onr young friend Hsnrt Paw LUS. with Kinney's BnttKr. We judge that their exchanges are 6ot namerons or regular io their appearance, as standing request appears nnder the editorial head, to bo favored With the 080 of both Northern and Soathero joareals.by travelers haying them in possession. Thou premonitory symptoms of...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 29 March 1862

From the Springfield Republican. Popping Corn. A&a tlior they rP'g John Stiles end Sosao Catter i Johfi Stile llont M any ei, . ' And S08BO fUt M hotter. 1 A od tliero th' aI end shelled the tore, And raked eed stirred the fire, , - And talked of different kinds of ears, And bitched their chairs ep nigber. Then Butao she the popper shook. Then John he shook the popper, Till both their feces grem as red A 1 saucepans made of copper. And thee they shelled and popped end ate, And kinki of fun-a poking, . And he law-hawed at her remarks, And the laughed at hit joking. And still they popped, and still they ate, f John's month was like a hopper.) And stirred the fire, and sprinkled salt, And shook and shook lb popper. Tbs clock strock nloa, tb clock struck tea. And still the com kept popping ; It struck eleven and then struck twelre, And still do signs of stopping. And John he ato, aod Sne she thought The corn did pop aod patter, Till John cried out, "The corn's afire J Way, Susan, wh...

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 April 1862

nn a Ts IAD IT A Hn 717 IT TA T TTh a 7 ittk imr JUft W JDj JOj m M I 'JEiJLjJIli .jre JIT; JLlo in i A CI roy CTttines Heed. VOLUME XII. NO. 13. ASHTABULA, 0., Iiaclo;po:n-clo;n.t m ctll tliingrQ. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 18C2. SX t ? .3- SO in Vcl-vo,rico. WHOLE NUMBER Gil. TERMS OF SfBSCRIPTIOJf. Two Dollar, per anoom. If paid .trfJ M" ADVURTIHIO' YtMHinMAMimh S SO Twosn,iarsthremoa. ) 1 Ha n. aqti.r. thl-e week. 1 00 On. mnM three mot. I " two .ouerea six mn.. no two squ.rwi on yer owr square, nn. year ho.tr aolaana m year 00 fine minor. sW wx. JJ K)n nun ono Ter. IS 00 to 00 I 00 Baslnes Cord, of not overall tinea pot jrr Twelve llnu or lorn orthli .In lottor make square. Oblto.rT Notices ofmnro theo Sve tinea, anlee. of foooral '1uterert,wlll bo Inserted ot the mom rate uro JOB PRIIf TIKO. ferrrdserlpUoa attended tneacaU, la to. Boot tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Fat )-olclo.n. t)R. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, 0. M DR. M. KINGSLEY. Homeopathist, Klnps Tlllo, O. Havlne had .ever...

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 April 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA: Saturday Morning, April, 5, 1265. Flatm w Omo. Inqiiitift Ittfo S'.art-ry letwern rebel officer till acrvanla, (aid to be fmVtifijf it Columbus, . Ohio, brought out by t'hrrtnuo'a pcccb, Wednesday, ate to be insti tuted. . - Li r TriK Fknatohiai, CAinus on Thnraday eve ning of last week resulted in a postponement until next winter, furnishing, as was supposed to bo dcsiruble among tlio members, a good ex cuse for an adjourned scsaion. The maximum tote for Wdawas27. Oo Hie 44th ballot, Delano touched 46. Tbe postponement was mored by a friend or Mr. Wade and carried by 01 to 23. TflK Tribune thinks It can detect some pecu niary hocus poena In the deRccnt upou Mexico by the allies, and especially iu the course of France Increasing ler force nl the very tiino England is withdrawing berg. The bond upou which loans have been based by the aspirants to Mexican power, are pat at the nomiuul value of 3!2 ,000,009, and are said lo hare passed into tbe bands of Ibe...

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 April 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. lVotlrel hereby gtrea that th Wipe In Flrrt twist Ohnreh will be rented Tor o te year, on Haturtlav. April Mb, at It o'clock p. m. The Trustees will be In attndnc at that time; all Inter-sled r Im-lted to o present. j -' ' II. order of th Trurt-e v II. L. M OHHlrtoN, Clerk. Ashtabula, March M, IRA. rVotl Tim Annnnl msnilng, for IhrHMlin of r.rtirr of lb "Ashtabula Farmpr'i and Mechanic's A-"oettloti, will bo hold at Firemen's Hull, on .Saturday, April ih. at SI o'clock, p. m. A general attendance Is most enrne.tly de.lrcd. J. P. Ja-NNINflH, PrBl.A, F.kU. An." Ashtalnila, Jlnrch 27, lsoi. Caccc.. Saturday Evening, 8 o'clock, at Firemen's Hall. TriB examTriotTons which close Hie winter term of Fablic schools, have been in progress during the present week. Tits election for two members of the Bonn! of Education, takes plnco according to the call oo Satnrdny evening at 7 o'clock. Our rRRUFCRisoR en the editorial tripod, II. W. Ha...

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 April 1862

i- ..!,-, Well, new . hrg yon to remrmber, cltbem of tbis great K puMic, thai we are n f xperinient accord In), to t lie Knrpfiiri standard W'hnt the D-uro i m'iijf race democracy i mong Oo"-nfh,n'. V are tho Pfirro el" Governments. As on Atiti Hlavt-ry rnan I wih to prvaenl to yon tome flirts In rrirririJ to th capaoity of the ncpro The opneral opinion la itiTertnco to the negro 1 th At ha !s !ry incomplete beinpj, nl that we liare got to aopply the creation, laughter, Hint we will have to eipenil wholo tiviiiry, and nM Amount of braiu in taking due of him. Mr. Phillips hare pn-aettted a minibtT of gut fctirul fnrt i showing that in stead of decreasing, tlie tiro.luca of the Went 1 nnia Inlands war more than the proportionate amount iu any portion of onr country. I have talked longer thau I abould. My text li "Sciee your opportunity." All nuliona grow tip by seizing their opportunities. All states man are g at, not by honesty, but by ability. I dost doubt the honesty or yonder Cabi...

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 April 1862

a cin nn Broil-1 A ID mtwBW in Alii) nr.' v-v- iJ j SU JL i JU iUJHJl wi r I. A 33y crctnaes ""FLeecl. VOLUME XII. NO. 14. IndoiDeiadeiat in cxll tlaines- ASIITABULA, 0.7 SATUEDAY MOMING, APBIL 12, 1802. SI SO in Advance, WHOLE NUMBER 012. teiuis or BvnscniPTioJi. two Dollar, per n.m. If rald strletly In adv.nce II M On. n,nare one wee i Wl (neiiarethree week. 9J One ..inare three mo. S " On. square sis n Two snflare. three moil. J nn two square, six miw. o is, two nciiare one year S 00 fmir smiarea one rear 12 00 half column one year St 00 n . . f nnl: over six Une..rieT rear 8 00 Twelve line, or lee. oitbln .lie letter man. a square. Obltnarr Notices of mot than five lines, unless of general nterest,wlll ue Inserted at the same rate aav. IOB riUNTINO. of .eery description attended to on call, in the most tasteful manner. ununess v' - - - BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Pli j-nlclr.ru. PR. J. C. II UBB A KD, ABhtabula. Ct. Bl DK. M. KINGSLKY, Homeopatliist, Kinps llle, O. Harlnir had several r...

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 April 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTAliULAi Saturday Morning, April, 12, 1862. GREAT BATTLE! Frightful Destruction of Life. Confusion and Flight of the Rebels. The account which we copy of tbe engairts writ bclwren Pittsburgh Landing, on the Ten. tiowee rior. end Corinth, conirs t wot of New York, m1, unfortunately for Its credibility, through the N. T. Herald, a journal so devo ted to the sensation order, that we seldom copy anything upon which we find ita ear mark. Tbe pounlry, howcrer, ta conulnod with the belief that a great battle hat been fought, and that the creat rebol artnr haa been worsted, bat that the slaughter has been aa torriGc ai rcpro tented, I too improbable for belief. The Cleve land rierald locates the scene of thia action nt follows: TitUburg Lntiding la on the Tennessee river, In Hardin county, Tennessee, and about ten miles North of tbe Mississippi State line. Sa vanniV it from 6 to 8 miles further down the the r'rver wbith rant Northwardly. Corinth, tain the Northeastern c...

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 April 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Board or Education. Tlia election for member! of tlie Bonrd of Education, was pirited one, John Booth, Enq., running ngninRt Judge Fused, bat both Fassett, and J. H. Crob, the old members, were re-elected. TOWNSHIP ELECTION. Oar election on Monday lost, Dolwilhstnnd toff tho tranquility of the caucus that brought the candidate, proved to be quite a warmly contested affair. Most of the disagreement and contest bad their origio with the friends of the candidates Tor Justices ar.d Constable, as aside from them the regular nominees were elected. The following Is the result: Tbustku: IT. C. Tombes, J. W. Haskell Sheldon Harmon, D. I. Pratt, James Phillips, Clerk: James M. Allen, Trkahurkr: fiamuel Benham, Assessor: Plineus Smith, CoK.iTAm.ics: Charles Kendall, J. A. Amsden, O. A. Patterson, Mason Baker, Justices: O. R Cook. O. B. Ilolbrook, John Harmon, 203 280 274 1GG 177 367 368 367 346 208 143 134 243 213 184 It Is due to Mr. H...

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 April 1862

Invitation to Horace Greely. BY WM. HOWE. Come, Mr. GrecTry, come to the South The Innd you hire i.ied end nn tun on. Yon can lower your chin, and open your month, , When yonr neck ptrnins tho rope you ore lied on. tiring OKI Ornnny GidilingB, blustering Halo, Fred.' DourIbs, nnd Henry Ward Dcechcr, And Negro-Thief Hyatt, from Wellington juil, And Kuanicr, Uw Devil' owu preacher. Come, bring nil yonr frlmla, to godly and good, Who rob, kill and born Tor the Freedom Of blacks, who despise your contemptible brood, And can find better friendi when ttey oeed'cui. Lei each bring gome strychinc a bible pike Which yon biirirkrrs of Freedom dvlignt In, Buch tools as yonr futber, the Devil, dolh like To use in the cause which yoo fight in. Come 1 bring all your fricDdn, and never despair, Thou chief of the Devil's apostles ; Oar hemp will assist yon iu walking the air, And make a dixplay of big tassels I f itt or Rouk, Independent Republic of Georgia. The Closest Shave of my Life. BY A LONDO...

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 April 1862

WEE Y TELEGRAPH. J 1 XL ny j"ames DFLeocl. V0LTBlxiLlTOri4. Ina.erGncleiit In a.11 tnings. SX SO m i.cl-vtxxice. 7 ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 19, 18G2. WHOLE NUMBER 013. A SMTP AM LA TERIIS OP SUBSCniPTIOJI. two Dollar, per .oBan.. If paid -trlctlT In . ADVBUTISINO. Two n,iire three mo. 2 (Jn two square l mn. 6 00 Tin winar nn WW $ W niiir three weeK 1 Jo On Wiiare three mo. S Jo One nqiiar l mm. 4 J .n nn rear. V two square one year 8 00 fnnr qnar one year 12 00 half enlumn on year 28 00 n,..in... Card, of not orer.U llne.-pr year t 00 TirelM line or le of thU lr letter make 1 qtir. Obituary Notice oi " ""i r Kntlce of more thuo Br linen, unies ot general interest,. will be lnenea ar wie m. raw mi JOB PRIKTIKG. ofererr description attended to on call, In the most tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Fhyalclnnli Ml. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabnla, O. C42 M. KINOSLEY, Homeopathist, Kins (lle, O. Hariri: had aererat year1 irrlenee, he feel Penn Yan, N.Y.I H. B- Dale, Fond da l,a...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 19 April 1862

II Timur FAHair. Vi .1. ,i. ( hMhit. do broadcloth, do cnlor- ,,:.,, I.,.., i, 1 1. . .. . ll,..ia.a M IS VM. i. ,. i.i,., .fct , dV.hwl,e.-h ' M ' t .i.tiMN Kfin-. Hirr t M m. Mi i T-T. i. .,i mIS, , w.l ,-r wtton rtreas goods, t.i I i Hi, (," iin-rn, vesiinir. rcdy nwd et,.il;liig. ru-"inii, oil rmp-ilog, inlllliioif m..la, ciapc, silk, brucli, cr Bay Stateshawl a.h '''""" 1'iimmm John Wnrmald. I'otim-nnli Mir, Pa :Mti. ). M. Kay, Ln.,i Mr. V, 8. einuiuds, Jefferson; Mr. J. I'. Jennine:, Plymouth. Class XXXI—Fancy Needlework, &c. Fil'r,,Merl chemise, lady's or rMltl'sdinw. eml-riddend carm or collar and stei-vi a, font's stiiit, hearth rug, nrrlron chf-tiills enthmlil r v, 'I ik Iwonet, slrr w lain net , lac cap, hit 1'iilt, ritfrh work quilt, counterpane, n ' l.,,v e,rhiii-t each 1 60 r.mhn'hlered hnndkernl ief, do H)lira. cro-flu-t c.llar tin Ihly, lamp mat, ariecimen wors ted o in t-n ,ilry , lady' apron, polm leaf hat, eoeh nO 2 .N. 11. Article manufactured hynd re not 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. — 19 April 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Mil, rrVnrh nn1 K.nBll.ti Comp.Hlon. ui.. r lr Mohto. eradnada of tli Literary, and Mii.lrnl Penian! ' Vfllard'. Faniln.ry, Truy, N. Y will Bir, leaona on tha Piano and Meludlon j alio la French and Smrll-h Camnnelthm. l6-,a' A.htabnla, April 1W, 1 Wflg. . Dr. Kixost.sr request! nil to lay thnt he is on hrincl, having taken the boose next to L. V. Gate", on the ridge where thoe lo want of his icrricci mny find him. County I'resiiojis. A list of the I'remiumg arranged for the County Fair, will be found ODon the flrat pace. 1 he manager nave nil upon tho plan of publishing the rule and Pre mium List in the County papers, ana men emi lug those papers in such directions and to such persons as are not renched by them, as icgulur ubscribcrs. This nt a moderate expense se cures a very general circulation, while the effoct is a happy one in securing , also, a devotion and Identity of interest in favor of the County ...

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 April 1862

Sabbath Musing. LMlt.Vfcllt liuunt; And, j inidiiiB to in tarred power, I turn to tl)t, my God, rceecliing tbes to watcb o er me, And tench me troth od purify, And faitb iu thy jreitword. Forgive mc, if this wayward heart limb yielded to (hoe but a part Of its atuiodnnt love Jiut help me now, as day by dy, TliPfie earthly idols prove but clay, To rest tny bor e aboTe. Then here mc, O my God, this even, Let the calm ear bear op to heaven Tlieso wishes of my heart ; Aod if by thoughtless word or deed I've raaied'one bcart to ache or bleed, Thy pard'oing grace imparl 1 Parson Brownlow's Speech at Cincinnati. TursoD Erownlow arived &t Cincinnati the other day and was formally received by a Committee of the Chamber of Com mcree. We copy Lis svldress from the Gazette j I otu sorry, gentlemen, and follow-citi sr.ei.8, that I am not in a condition, to lottke you even a short speech. I havo been ac customed for thirty-five years lo making fpeecbes, nnd Lave only failed in the art dining ...

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