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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 26 April 1862

inn A ipryi a 1 JL A-ILPUJlLJiTL W V V JL opto Hi VMM A U II J ILXL JLJ JLJIo 33y . James IFLeecl- VOLUME XII. NO. 10. ASHTABULA, 0., IrLciererLcient in ctll tilings. SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 20. 18G2. SI SO in Advance, WHOLE NUMBER 014. TKHMS Or OBiCBIPTIOW Tiro Dollari par "ilMJ 4T,W 11 - On otinnro on week I 0 nonninlhlMtHkl 1 00 Two qn.ra. three mo.. t 5 two quara ell BK). o 00 two eqnerea eno fMr I 00 four iqo.ro. on yar 13 00 half column on year tt 00 One mi oar three mo. 1 JO Ona nun Ml WO. On equar on er. 0 00 ttn.in.u Cord of not tr l llna-pt r S 00 Twelve Hn. or I.M of thl. els Utter mak. . annar. Obituary Notice of mor th.D (to Unas, u1ms of f osrl latrst,wlll a inserted t tho nun mt ml JOB PRIHTINO. of.verv deaertptlon attendee toanaaU, In lb awet teetotal BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physician DR. J. C. HUBBARD, AshUhola, O. 62 Mt. M. KINGSLEY. Homeopathist, Kings rimO. H.vln had several yeafa riw, h fela rnrn wnn i pan. Rock Ctevsland; r.nn Yon O P M'DONALP. Physician and Surgeo...

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. — 26 April 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. I ASHTABULA! Saturday doming, April, 26, 182. All Quiet! 1 here h been a wry atmaniil terlV ef War New incr tbe two tlujs fibt at rutnrg Lamling.' To (lie quiet th.it has keretofure pre vail d on the Potrmac, we how have quiet at Yorktown, quiet at Sliiluh. qnVt st Toft Pillow, from which point, the latent tlinpatchee Inform i that Gen. r ha been Wilhdrawn in strengthen Geo. Ilallcck et Sbiloh, and left on the 13tk. t , 1 1 ' Cy. lUt.Lnck'8 RtrTTATtoN Ksnfferlng from the charge of rxcrclning mora, hutaafi Ity toward wounded rebels. thaa'hi own 'brove. loyal but bodly mhtllatcd Boldiery. Maiked itiftnncM are given, en J tie lingn 'lurity and injustice of the course' pre,t'y . tevfrcljr commented upon, particularly by Cincinnati journal. A ca is alsrt given, ia which th stepa of our state authorities to secure lb comfort and proper treatment of oar own wounded iiixens, was, appa rently causelessly and capriciously defeated by a refusal to allow their removal from the ...

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. — 26 April 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Hmk. Frrnrh end, Knlleli C empnslf Inn. Miss C. R. Monro, s graduate nf the Mternrv, and Mnslm! Penarttnenta of Mrs. WlllarrVs eentlnsry, Trov, N. Y. will Ira imM on the Piano nd Melodeon J to In French and ... ... mjia JCngll.n lienTpo'inon. Ashtabula, April l",1fWtt. IV a I j m Th (Iranr! P.eer Ponffreiral tonal Conference will meet Hi t.'nlnnvlllo oa Tneiriay the "th f " o'clock, r. M. A. I. OI.IW, M" t.iere. Rrvkrsh, Ordkr. The tempcrators of Weil Destiny mornlnpr lout, and the evidence presented by tbe pools of water with their concealed irnTocen, very naturally lead to the Impression that Spring waalo advance of Ita proper advent and wa reveraing lb wbeeia or the season and throwing oa back the domains of winter The mingled feelings which such weather pro duces, in the presence of bursting bads and blossoms is anything but agrceablo or hopeful. Those friends who hive congratulated them selves upon a timely start in the ...

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. — 26 April 1862

Which. A worthy mn and irtnons woman were onre hoppilt, mnrrie.1 mid8t all the Rood UhM and kind .-if-plcM that re onnpo-ed to attend fch (-Trots. For feerl years b!1 w.,nl well. Tliers til re'pect. niT.'Ctlon, coiifi.lrnce Htiil coucord. Cbildrcn blessed tlin tiotischolil. Rut at length, certain evil Influences bra hi to work. Tim nmn ovc1 Vio-.ne Ipm- His compan Ions were Lirprots. Ho labored leM hi ii'ly. Ha iieijnu to gather hid money bj dishonest mean. II garaUed. Hi sSr.ot-iatfs were known to be counterfeiters. ApainBt bis wife's wishes he bronght home .iilaiiis, confederates, confederates who wore, drank, Rambled, and at tba dead of light were boliored, by honest neighbors to do other Defsrions deeds sgainst tnorsls and knnwtj .'' The childrea wcie being neglect ed. The elder onea were Inlnrtd. - Tin began to lie, to iwear, to gamble, to h tie iua'itry, to look wistful at vica. - The wife wsa loving for a long time wo'd not believe half iheevil. But at length the rorels and d...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 3 May 1862

A 7 Til Til IT' IT T W JlljJILJilJj I ins TV I'iLJCiWliAFll no a IQy James IFLeocl. VOLUME XII. NO. 17. ASHTABULA, 0., Ixiclo2poncieii.t m cull tilings. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 3, 18G2. SI SO Aavanc WHOLE NUMBER G15. TERMS OF BtJBSCRIPTIONi Tiro Dollars per annum. If paid strictly in adranee tl 0. ADVKKTIHSO. rtn smisre one week M Two squeres thre e mn. $ 1 6n One snusre three wek 1 00 two squares sis mn. 5 00 One Minn three moil. B M two squares on. rear a. no One square all tin. 0 four squares one year IS 00 One square on year. 00 half column ont rear 26 00 ftmlness Card, of not orerslx lima pot year I 00 Tw1t line, or lM of thla aim letter make a square. Obituary Notices of mors than (Ire linen, unless of general lnterest,will be tnaerted at the aame rate Bare , JOB PRINTING, of srery description attended to on call, In the moat taateful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physicians. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 642 O. P. M'DONALD, Physician and Surgeon located opposite John Manafleld'a Cloth...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 3 May 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. A 3 II T An U L A : Saturday Worning, Kay 3, 18G2. NEW ORLEANS TAKEN. Tl most Importnot . news that w ptibliiib this week i that whleh comes tbrongV a TeUr- bnrg nnd Richmond pspw, anno-ricing the rip tore of New-Orleans by the National forcei. The Pttcrtilurg Bxprtie of Saturday professes to have (k dcipntch from Mobile, announcing that our fleet passed Fort Jackton on Tbnra day, and that when the now thereof reached Xew-Orieans the eicitcinent was boundless. Martial law wai proclaimed, and all the cotton and"Bteatnboali,excpt thoae reqalred for trans- portalion were bawed. Corroborating this Is a d:apatch from Gen. MePowell, who gives the substance of what had appeared io The Rich' mond Examiner on Saturday, to the effect that Xew-Orlenris had been taken, and that there was a great destruction of cotton and steam boats. As this Intelligence is forwarded through the War Office, it Pisy be prernmed that there it is regarded ns trustworthy. Th Hon. C. L. Tallandigho...

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

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Mnale, French ami F.nftll.h Cnmpnatllnn. Ml C. L. Mortoh, graduate nl the l.lternrv, mill Musical Department nf Mri. W ' lllnnl'a Scmlnaiy, Trnv, N. V. will give Irwuia on tli 1'l.no and Melodeon'i lino In French and hngll-h t'empnsitinn. 8t1H3 Ashtabula, April Id, ISO?. Notice. The flrsnd lilrer fnngrecallnnal Conference will meet at I'lilonvllle on Tue,dey Dm tli ol May at 2 jclock, P. M. A. I. OI.D8, Ktated Clerk. Dr. S. G. Clark, will be at tlie Fink House Wednesday, Mny 7th. See ad-. Gii.krv, Morrison, end IIkrrick & Drotiirr ero mnkirg rerj tempting lipplays cf tlicucw spring styles. SorniEns' Aid. Tlie report of the First Soldiers' Aid Society of Ashtabula, which wns handed in, though nt rather a lute hour last week for publication, will bo found up on the outside of the present number. Change in Treasury-ship. The engage menu of Samuel Bciiunm, who wns elected township treasurer at the late election, be ing such a...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 3 May 1862

To My Beloved Wife. BY THOMAS HOOD. Thorn eye, thnt were so bright, loT", Jlav now ilimtner hi.'iO Hot nil they'? lost In llht, loe. M'ns what tby jirt to mine j llut still those orts irflot love, Tho hfnmn of former hours '1 ll r:pnpj all my joys, my lavf), A or tinted all my flowers TIioe locks were brown to see, lotro, That now are turnr-d to gray Il'it the years were spent with me lovo, Tint stole their bue stray. Tliy locks Do lunger share, lore, . , Tie goldeo boa of oooo But I've seen the world look fair, mj love, AVLcn silrercd by the moon. That brow wss sioootb sod fair, love'. That looks so shaloi now. But Tor me It bore the care, love, That spoiled bonny brow ; And Iboogh no longer there, love, Tho g1o it bad of yore Slill Memory looks and dote, my love,. Where ITope admired before ! The Fourteenth Ohio Battery. - Tho Youngatowo Register containi a letter from member of this battery, dated at Pitts burg Lending, an tho 14th of April, f.om which tbe following U taken : Our...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 10 May 1862

A. fiTTTTnn A-TTWTTT A inrmrn nil n "i tt "ii -v ttk iiiji TJIiJJljjUJttK Li V X3y James ZFLoecl. VOLUME XILN0. 187" ASHTABULA, 0., Independeat In all tlaln.se. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 10, 18G2. ffil SO in. .A-ccvcviace. WHOLE NUMBER GIG. TKRMS OF SUBSCKIPTIOIS. Two Dollar per uam. If pal "trietly la adrane f 1 60. ADVEHTIHKO On sqoar on wek I SO Two squares three mos. $ tig On square three week 1 00 two rquaro ) mo, ft 00 On square Hire moa. 8 00 two squares on year 8 00 One square eta mna. 4 00 four squares on year 12 00 On aquar one year. 8 00 half column on year M 00 Dullness Card of not over sir. lines per year f 00 Tarelve llnea or leaa of thla ait letter mak sqoar. Obituary Notlca of more than At llnea. unles of general Interest, will be Inaerted it the am rate Mr JOB PniKTlNcH of Try deaeriptlon attended to on call, in th moat tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physician. PR. J. C. I1U13BARD, Ashtabula, O. 642 0. T. M'DONALD, Physician and Surgeon located opposite John Mansfield' Cl...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 10 May 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA t Saturday' Horning, Way 10, 1862. Kanai DrrT)iRNT. Oen. Craig, Miwoorl CongTdnnfn, i to be put la command of llio ljnrt:nert of Knnnas. Mb. AVh.son. lew bill, introduced Into tlie Senate, freeing the wives nr. J cliildrra of 1bo get fire by tlie acta of tbe extra esion, Is of im portance. It will be remembered that the act referred to emancipate! all alae employed by the rebel on Military ork in the war. It did ool free the ramiliee ortheatavee employ ed. Mr. Wilson goea now alep further, and frees the wives and children. Since John C. Creckcnridge took the field in Wt rottnt irmf and Buchanan retired to the lihode or VIeatliifil to prepare his forthcoming bonk, the IcHdcrfhip of the traitor division of the Pemocrocy baa devolved upon the pestilent reprobate Vallundiham.wbn "out-llerod Her od" in his irmolcnt and treasonable course in Con grr m. It is a burning shame that such a blat ant impudent traitor, should be allowed to ven tilate bis trensoc from ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 10 May 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Diath or Thomas S. Strom. It la not without emotion, that wo announce tho denlb, on Tuesday last, of our worthy fallow-citizen Thomhs 8. Strono, In the 3 jib year of hii ago. The departure oT bis pure and gentle spirit will bo felt to be n loss to the community, and es pecially to his circle of friend and acquaintances. TitOF. A. U. Eastman, who has been so Journing here for a season, by the death ef his brother, tho founder, ond for 20 years the principal o? the Rochester Commercial College; returns to that city, and to the scene of his former labors, to nssnmo the principalship of that inst itnt inn. The Un ion nnd Advertiser, in speaking of Frof. Eastman, says, "he Is no stranger to this city or its commercial 6chooI. lie will be remembered ns a teacher of rare endowment, great precision of method, ond very success ful in his vocation. Eastman's Mercantile Collpge has promise of a long lease of pros perity nndcr the manage...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 10 May 1862

Old Folks. lh, don't l orrowfu(, rTr!injr, AnJ don'l .orrowM pray j Takint lb. year togathor.rnj dear, There (sat more1 ol,'h. lhfi day. Ti' rainyweather, my darling, Time' wares they heavily ron i Hut t.kin,r thayear tog-ether, my deaf, Then knl mora cloud than ion J W e are old folk now, my darling, Our head tbey are growing grny j Brtt taking the year all roand. my dear, Yoa will alwayi find th May t We hate Bad our May, my darlinjr, And oor roaei long ago I And tba tint of the year it coming.my dear, For the silent night Mid the enow. And Cod il God. any darling Or the night of death eo grim The gate that leada ootof lift, good wife, la the gate that leada to Iliin. Fnrir The fruit prospects for 1862 am alm.i-t everywhere pronounced pood. This m tree of Western New Yoik, so far as ob eerved, end In Delaware, the prospect for fetiche ie much belter tban usual. It Is voa feared that the crop will be so abun dant as to reduce the prices below retimuer tive rates. In Pennsylvania al...

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. — 17 May 1862

nn A TTW it A A Ali3(U W H IM 1 nn ri w i II i nJi h n j i n - . m y 33y Tames Reed. IixdeiDeiiclen.t m cull tinn.es. A CI SX SO in. -cl"Vctxico4 VOLUME XII. NO. 10. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 17, 18G2. WHOLE NUMBER 017. TERDtl OP gVBBCRlPTlOJf. T DnlUn per annnm. If paid strictly la adrane f 1 SO. ADVERTISING. On sonar on $ SO On square three weeks 1 00 On antisre three mo. SAO Ont square atx fcioe. 4 00 Om sonar nn mr. 6 00 Two square three mod, f f t two aquar sti mm, ( oo two square on rr S 00 four aqnaraaon year IS 00 nan column on j ear SS 00 Soilness Card! of not over all linn per rear I 00 Twelre llnaa r la of thin tin latter mak a aqaar. Obituary Notice of mora than (Ira lima, ante of general inerei,wii, w luwvrwa v toe iaim raw MTV of Trr description attended to on call, In th most taateful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Phyilclan. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 42 O. P. M'DON A LD, Physician and Surgeon located opposite John Manafleld'a Clothing Store, Main trp t, Ali ta...

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 May 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. AS II TABULA Saturday Morning, Way 17. 1862. Gold is ponrlnf Into lh treaiBrj by mil lion! In exchange for ? 30 bonds. Tho House ha! passed tbe rcifio Rail Kosd bill. It l quit sublime to project inch magnificent enterprise amid the din of war. IJut we ar 'great people'' Tho disconsolate Mayor of New Orleans bmcchrd the Commodore to "regard the susceptibilities' of the Rebel of the city I The Commodore will no doubt comply with this tender request, unless their "suscepti bilities" incline tlicra to show disrespect to tbe old Hag. A Corrcrpondcot of the Hochetr Democrat alludes to tbe fact that 12 years ago, Mr. Baw ajio Introduced a bill Into the Senate te ebol iah Slaver? in the District of Colombia. That bill receive J kU etrn solitary vote! That which be then voted for alone it now tbe law of the land 1 Events march faster than armies. Yes, end a little more than 12 year ago, loo, as Mr. Seward bimsclf informs ns, when be went to Washington, there was hardly a b...

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 May 1862

WTWT.V TPT.TYVR APT -J JS-4Aa JLj JL XAiUiJUo' By JAMtt MtO. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Remittances from Volunteers hae been received at this office addressed to Mm. C. 0. Jar.kon, Mr. Warren Conk, Mr Harrr Sweet, Mrs. George M'Forlin, and James Reed Ashtabula, and for mailing, to Mr. Artemm Sifflcr, Adrian, Mich. Dr. IIcbdard's Dome vro notice among those passed by tbe Medical Board of Ex aminers recently titling In Columbus, as candidates for aargeon sand assistant nor geons In the Toluntccr army. The Doctor'i attalnmentt as a sarge on are not often o qaalcd iu conntry practice, and the field he now seeks will giro him an experience that will enable him rank with the foremost of the profession. E. F. Kino, of Monroe, belonging to Car lin'a Battery, died at Cassville, Mo. on the 20th nit. of typhoid fever, aged abont 21. A letter from the Cnpt. iu the Reporter, is dated at Houston, Mo. The force with which the battery ia connected was some 110 miles ahead on tbe road to Jackson port,...

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 May 1862

The Irish Picket. The Irish Picket. BY "BARNEY." I'm elr.nr1ipr In tbt mnrl, B!dy, VViili iii'l fi;n ni-nr, A mI -1 :-'. c x"Mf ilie gmte, Ih hII Ih sound I tin re. M- jtcon is t fliol'li'r .rms, I'm wetted In tie lone. Ami whin I'm fli)tr ihpnk'm' out, I Slid nifself alone. Tbi FontTicro climai ' qnsre, BidJy, A 'inure and haitply thing, Wid winter biint all the yer, And rammer in tie Spring. Ye mind the hot place down below f And may ye niver fear, I'd thraw companions bat then Il'a awful warmm here. The only moon I are, Biddy, la one am all alar, aatore, Ar,d thafi forenint the rery cloud It waa behind before ) The watchfire gleam alonjj the bill Trial welling' to the South, And when the aeutry pataes them I sea htt oogly moulU. Il'a df ad for slope I am Biddy, And dhratnein await I'd be. If them ould rebela over there Wonld cold le me free ; But wheal lane against aiihomp And .thrive to get repose, A mnoket ball be't comin shtratghk To bit my spacious nose. It a ye I'd like to s...

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 May 1862

a an AO EL nn a id IT A irvn tti a irinr IJLP VV JUJJliJJLJU JL TEIj Tiy To,mes IFLoecl. VOLUME AIL NO. 20. ASHTABULA, 0., Independent In ctll tinners. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 24, 1862. SI SO in JcL-vp.23.cc. WHOLE NUMBER TKHMS OF HIBICBIPTION. Two Dollars pet annuo,. If paid .trlctly in advance 1 SO. AUVKUTISIKO' n square one week 6 One square three weeks 1 00 OnF miiimr tlim mm. 2 60 One square nil nins. 4 00 One suuare on year. 00 Two aqnerea three moa. $ 2 6n two squares si moa. A no two squares one year 00 fonr squares one year 12 00 half colnmn one year 26 00 Hulncs. Cards of not menu linn pet year S 00 Twelve llnox or less ofthls site letter make a sqnaie. Obituary Notices of more thao Ave lines, nnlees of general lnterest,wlll be Inserted at the same rate aave JOB PRINTING, of eyery description attended to on call, tu the most taetefnl manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physicians. DU. J. O. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, o. C42 O. P. M'DON ALD. Physician and Purirron located opposite John Mans...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 24 May 1862

WElsKLY TELEGRAPH. A i Saturday Morning, May 24, 1862. CYMiiFrtLANP, where Gi n. McClellan now I. tt was nt hot accounts, it twenty-sil miles due enst of Riehitiond. oo the west sido of the T rnuuKfj Hirer. (Jood Nkus -At taut Col. Corcoran Is to be rxciiunptd. His substitute boa been selected in the .or?on of Col. Baldwin of Virginia. i (Jen. McO'lcllnn's advance under Gen. Stooe nan, il will Ic seen by the dispatches elsewhere, is at Cold Harbor, 00 the new Ridge roai,somc ten miles North East of Richmond. l?KTr.R.niMf nt !r T Lkgim.atirk. From the Columbus correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial we learn that the Legislature which had jnst closed lis session did more iu tl.o way of rctienctimeot than the people are generally aware of. It cut down the expenses of the Stale (2,359,203 22 enough to pay all tba rxjicnres of the SUte during the war, for war purposes. TV Leu Uud is matching befoie the Xa lions in a ruomncut go sublime as tnt j which engages the attention of tbe worl...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 24 May 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMEt REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Dr. Hubbard loft for rittuhnrn Landing on Monday Iniit, having been ordered lliillicr to fill till position at Siirgnon of Col. Ilnzon's 41t It"gt . O. V. 1 Tliic new Timp Tnlitp wliioli lm bcrn correc ted, will be found to fiord tlie fulli-at necommo- ,T r , o! T"" ' of tbfl Lnke Shore. hTe occasion to he promt of their grent thoroughfare, so well appoint?,! iin every respect, as to have but few equals In 'the country. The liberality ond business order, tact and policy that characterises its mnnngc "ment, Hie precision, uniformity and safety with which its trains are run, the gentlemanly bear ing and courtesy of its Conductors, and the cleanliness and general comfort of its cars, together entitle the company and their road, to the reputation they have so worthily earned. Cotton Sued We have a few more left, which it may not bo too late to experiment with, though about the 10th of May is the time suggested by the Talent offic...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 24 May 1862

Aunt Hetty's Toilet in 1780. Aunt Hetty's Toilet in 1780. BY FRANCESD. GAGE. Come listim, glrla, sod I will tell About A not IleO? toilet, Itn out that gmc-a her passing well, Don't iBugb, and make n soil S AonX Hetty stood just fire feet ten, . Without her shoe od boes, WrW rord nd graceful, too, Withal, l!lue eyes aod Orecien Doe. Jlor hsir ubo her reference bump Was always nently tied, Aud oYr nine inch enshtoo Arewo, And fastened on one tide I While IVarlnl fiirtles stood sprlgbt Upon ber temple smoelib, For glossy ringlets Iheo were held llotb ugly eud nncootb. Long strlntrs of pearl of milky bloe llang creleie from ber Detk, O'er ber randyke cut square before, Of muslio wilhont sjt'tki llerdrrns of damask silk was made, Foil five ells wide or more, Was sliffcued wilb whalebone hoop, .And swept the sandy floor. The ample sleere the elbow reached, And fastened by band : Aud gloves wilb trills six inches deep, Adurtied each pretty band. The waist, three-quarters of yard, . Was tr...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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