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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 31 May 1862

PnPAlRllT.A WWW V TP irnir irn ilk) I v M I m 1 1 , n i JiJJjLJjLLi JL I I ti ri n . n ti JiJIo vJ4 Ji- UX AL JLL By James IFLeecl. VOLUME XII. NO. 21. ASHTABULA, 0., IrLcloiDoiaclozit in. ctll tUlngs. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 31, 1802. JBXSO - m - -Advance. WHOLE NUMBEJ? 019.' terhj or sunscniPTioiv. Two Dollar, par annum. If ld .trtctlt In adranee fl 60. AnVEBTIMKQ. 'One .qnare nne week $ at- i Two .mi.re. three mne, $ 2 One .iiiare three wpplca 1 00 One aa,uare three moa. 3 f0 two aiiare. aitt mna. 6 00 two .iuarR ona year H 00 fnur aqnarp. nne year 12 00 half column ona year 2ft 00 one equare atx mo.. e One enttare one year. 6 00 Butlneaa Card, of not OTerala line. per year t 00 Twelra Una. or lea. of thla alia latter make iquare. Obituary Nntleee of mora than flee linea, unleaaoffeneral iutere.t,lll be inaerted at the aame rate aara JOB PRINTING. efeTery deae.rlr.tlon attended to on call, in tba moat Uatefnl BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physician. IIt. J. C. IJUKHAKI), Ashtabula, O. CM 0. ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 31 May 1862

WisEKLf TJilLJiitritAjfii. A S II T AB ULAi Saturday Morning, May 31, 1862. J No Irnporfuel news from Gen. Matlock ' Do- pnrlnui't. Tht Confiscation end Emancipation bills, re ported ta tbe House of BopreentiTPt oo tbe 14'ointt, were toted on Monday. Tbe first roe adopted, yen 8 2, asys C8 , tbi oiler was Itsi. "1 Oajs "8. All amendment propowd lo the Cobfiecalion net were voted down, save tie BLimparUnt explanatory elsase. Southern Item, from Rebel noorces, slats i kt Go. rHoa of Mincirtlppl has called for men to dtfeod Vickaburif ! that lb Unioo fleet Cio o atdir Laa ordered bira to remove Ibe wtrxen ctd cbi'.dicd at once, and bo bad atlcd till tie t3J iisit. lo do to. There were ten t oota below (be city on tbe 31st, and tba city of Brooklyn aod JJarlford bad passed Nat cries on tba wot rn. Later news alatea that tbe W'cuco aod children cro being removed. Cu. Siglu M"j. Getirral From Bigel ia io TVab!ngcn, having been Invited by the Secre tary of War to Washington to arrange a ne...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 31 May 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. tn Litchfield, Ct., recently, nrjry"E. B. TIfttk, firmerly fcMltnmf the I'll ehfittd feewtrrr. ann a mdiiHtr of th f.a. flu oflioo Norwalk, whll that eatabl lahment ituln our hands. Dr. S. O. Claiik, will "Wednesday, Jura 4th. bo at the Fink House Scendr. Fean are entertained for the lately of J. W. Eockwfu, our well known Plymouth friend, who went to Strnsburff to look after Lieut. "Sktu Wilsoh of riymonth, connected with the 2Dtb, who wan lying dangerously ill at that place, where Mr. Rockwell meet have been at the time of the Federal retreat, and presence, and possession of the rebelg, and therefore, cx" posed to the chances of being mode prisoner.or something worse. As the Federal sick bad to be secret cd In the wheat and corn-fields to save them from inhuman butchery, the futo of his charge, who is represented too low to admit of Tcmovnl can only bo conjectured. Maj. Wathou.i, it would appear by late ac counts, was in a fair way of rec...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 31 May 1862

Luman Institution mint fnull come to no ,1 ; )iit. thank O -.1, ' ,"e" lt.i come In an mil Orst. You do jour. kIvm infinite harm in not i-m lot minor to uht in llifl I'Iub cm. oiit mamftst will of it.e Almlghtj; end Hiet is. that yonr l.omiMiicn 'ehall frtO. llognlate your iiielitutiow" arrorditijiljr J fullow tbe indita iion of 1'iovidtMire inai are thrown out ao I luihly ir jour pnth. end ell will lie well. Any at l nipt toninfiate liu-ru will be worse i.nn idle, niifirtory. end vain. In r'guid to the amendments to tliift bill I l ate but little to ey aftt r the niont for cilde end roticluMve argunn-nt road yester day by the Senator from Maine, (Mr. Morrill) He proved conilnively that the argument rd the bill of the Si-nator from Vermont did not very well accord. That bill or auhstitute doea nothing to the rcbtla until peace i proclaimed. It proceeds on the assumption that the Gmernment in all its piute, ih invrs'erj with full power in "all ita judicial tribunal to go on inn the 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. — 7 June 1862

nn a irwTir a nn TT WO. "ID A HD lor. VV JlliJU IJi 33y James 3R.eocl. IiadGipGiadent in cxll tilings. SI SO 111 d"VCL21CO. A C1 VOLUME XII. NO. 23. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 7, 1802. WHOLE NUMBER C50. TERMS OP BVBRCniPTIOIf. Two Dollars par innnm. If paid strictly In advene II SO. ADVKItTISINO. One aqnare one wees $ ao Two squares three mos. One square three wpeka 1 OO two squares six mm. One square three mos. S 60 two squares one year One square six nms. 4 00 four squares ona year Ooa square one jer. 0 00 hftlf column ona year Business Cards of not OTer six ilnea per year 0 og ft 00 12 00 St 00 1 00 Twalra Una or leas of this size lattar make a square. Obltiiarr Notices of mora than five lines, unless of f eneral lntereat,wlll be Inserted at tlia aame rata aara JOH PniNTIBTO of aeery description attended to on call. In tha moat Uiteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physician. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. C42 3. P. M'DONALD, Physician and Snrpeon Inpaled nrtnnslte Joh...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 7 June 1862

W I,' V V T V TV T .VflVx A V II . I JJiJliiJ A -a. .a..aJ-a- I 1 A 8 II TAB U L A t Saturday Worning, June 7, 1862. I?Af Kfl Lbs rcpoffCMcd himself cf nil trie (owiiKloHt in bis retreat. Front Royal falling Into our band on Friday of last week, taking it officer! and 130 privates, and rccaptnring 18 of onr owo troop, and baying bnt 8 killed. Pope Swooping the Rebels!! Brilliant Exploit. Immediately on the occupation or Gorinlh by cur forces, Gen. Pope's divUioo ws cnt io purnuit of inch rebels ns could be found. Our cavalry loon came up with tbe rear guard tit miles southwest of Corinth, aod engaged them with ft loss of 60 killed. Afterwards being largely reinforced, tho rebels were surrounded, end it is said 5000 to 10,000 captured. A portion of these bate arrived atTittsburg Lauding. At last eccoouts Gen. Fope was 9 miles southwest of Coriuth, which point his whole corp had reached. The following important dispatch was receiv ed at the War Department, on tVeducsday afternoon : II...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 7 June 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY aAMnt RECO. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. CEMtniuTioN.-Tlie mverot Masonic Lodges in this Count, will hold a celebration at Jefferson on the coming Aiiiiiremnrj of St. Jolin the Krangclist the 24th of June. Impoiitakt Arrkht Wm. E. Colo, the iixli vidua! noticed in tho Ileporier, a arrested at that place on suspicion for solllnp; cotton cloths at a low fiatirc. and who was taken to Clcve land, and jumped from the train, wn arrested ty officer Kendall on Wednesday Inst, at the lioosc of a relntivo living just this side of the Cotholie church, where a largo quantity of rari oas kinds of Goods were found, which no doubt were stolen from the train aa has been his mode of business. lie hag been committed. Dr. IT Ai.r., has returned to town on a short visit. On his return to duty he will connect him self ns assigned, to the 15th. I.v tho general improvement atid ornamenting of our pretty village we caro nothing about the charge of vanity or self glorification in this matte...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 7 June 1862

A Salutary Thought. When I Wfi young- man, tier TWed la .. kswlww.s1 (urmrtr hn vol ncntxl 1 v irr vriKM'i'i ijuwm . m ..... . " - reported to be ery l!liprl mn, nnd tip right in hit dpolirps. When ho hud nj of tli produce or hm rurm to depose or, Be nude it o in?arinlla rule to Rift pood mpnNnrArat line mnra ihiin . imilti Via ra. qnlred of him. One of M friend oboerving wt'n in ij'iiiiij iifiif e.r, ljuirni tvrilf u nun ft fir he did it told him he ge too much, ana mid it would, not be lo bio edrsntope. Now rootle the answer of thin fxcellcut man: "0d AJrnightj n permitted' roe but owe jonrney through the world, end when I om pone I cannot reinrn to rectify ttUtokes." Think of tbi, But ene journey tronh the world! Yog, think of that, ve tort cord nd rotten limb fellow, and y who rail yellow potato?! rhil, aod (olid tnbera mealy, ineasnre yoor rutta baca in a peck meaaare, and both ends gtnmp-tail at that. If you hare bat one journey through life, the devil it i feared, is pretty D...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 14 June 1862

a ciinrni.A m n a nn fin ? .irn n VV JQjBiJBlIj I joj.ijjiDjujarjoJ. 33 y James ZReecl. VOLUME III. NO. 24; ASHTABULA, 0., Iiideroriclexit in cull tlilaa.es. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1802. SX SO in. a-v-ctnco. "WHOLE NUMBER 051. TERMS OF St nSCIlIPTIOSi. Two Diillam per innum. If paid strl.tly In advance fl 60. ADVKIITISIKC1 I. Two squares three mot. t 2 nn One square three weeka 1 00 tin. ...... r fhm mna. t 0 iwn iqinmiiK nn, ft on two square one year S 00 One square His moil. 4 00 On. nousr one Wi 0 00 ro.r squares on year la 00 half solemn on year It 00 limine Card of sot overall linn par year I 00 Twalr Unci or less of thl li let lor nwk square. Obltnarr Notices of mom than fir linen, unless of general latert,wlll be Inserted at the nam rat uvi JOB PRIMTIWGU of Trjr description attended to on call, In th moat tasteful mannar. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physicians. PR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabnla.0. C42 O. P. M'DONALD, Physician and Surgeon located opposite Jolin Mansfield's Clothing- S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 14 June 1862

mnT TTi T") A TTT I HT-n-ntrT f ASHTABULA: Saturday Horning, June 14, 1862. Victory by Gen. Mitchell, Via Chicago,June 11. A private dinpatch from Cairo to the Fresi dent of tlie Chicago Sanitary CommUsloo, says UuDeral Mitchell hu woo another brilliant vic tory at Chatanooga, Teno., the enemy being completely routed after two dtyi bard fightiog. No particular glveo. AVi have thorogh Sonthero channels, advices of tbo approach of tbe Union force apoa Charleston. Though the account la meager, it assures oi that Geo. Hunter h landed troope oo James Wand, while Commodore Dopont i upproacbiog it by water. They were still sov crul miles diaUot at lb date of Ibis iu telli ge nee and probably their approaches hare since been, slow and caution. Tbe forte of the harbor Sumter, Moultrie, Plnckney and Johnson are, no doubt, capable of a vigorous defense agaiust the fleet, and tbe access of the neighborhood of the cily, through marshes and over oaineroos creeks, is not an eay one for tbe land fo...

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 June 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Grand Entertainment! Musical and Strawberry Festival. At Ashtabula in Smith's Hall, Thursday Eve., June 19. Tho Ladies of the 1st CongrcgatioDol Society of Ashtabula, fur tho purpose of defraying tlio cxpeuses incurred in furnitiiing their chorcht propose to give Festival, ungurparsed in its attract! ni by any Entertainment heretofore enjoyed by tho citizens of this community, to which they niOBt cordiully Invito the public of this, and ncighboiing towns. Tho cutcrtninment will conxist or Vocal and Instrumental Mnsic cl.usto ond enlivening under tho general direction of Mr. S. S.Fasscll l'nf. Magenta, one of the most eelcbrnted Pi anists in tho country, and I'rof. Iicntiey, the accomplished Hallud Singer, arc expected to be present. Tubleaux, will ulso be a feature of the entertuiumemt. Strawberries ond Cienm, Ice Cream, and othor relrcshmeuss will bo served. Doors open at 7 1-2 o'clock. Admittouce 25 els. Children under 12 y...

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 June 1862

The Earth is Beautiful. T!ow beautiful it all lb Wle earth, Hut wa that bos.t oureelv-cs It masters, wo, Idilf dust, hnlf dHy, nlikn unfit 'I'd dink or donr, with out mixt, cff nre mttka A conflict of ilnlemwilJ, and 1'realha 1 he brc.ith of itirllif notion or f prido, Conti-nilinn with lovf WHtitf snrl lofty wi'La Till oar mortnllity predominates,. m .A mi men are what the.T own not to themselves, Aod ti out not to each oilier. From the County Gentleman. From the County Gentleman. What can be done by a Man without Means in Two Years. A few dnys ago, when rctorninjf borne from ft neighborhood village, I found that the waters of an intervening creek bad be come ro swollen during my absence, from the rain and melted snow that on attempt ing to ford it on Borssback, both tnyBelf and horse came new drowning, being carried away by masses of descending Ice, and lodged against a neighboring feuce. Af'er establishing ourselves again on terra firraa, and in the same place from whence we star...

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 June 1862

I V V JLlJ JliJ JUL JLJ JL JL.l JV.-JLf U JLJ1 AL JL' J1JJHJ3 JLl.Mo 33y James IFLoecl. VOLUME XII. N0.25. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY J10RNING. JUNE 21. 1602. Si Advance, so in WTTOT.P. NTTHrTJTT? fiKO TERMS OP BUBSCniPTIOK. Two Pollars'psr annum. If eld strictly Id sdrane II (0. AnvicitTisixo. On snrmf nn Week S Mi Two wnrin three mo. $ I Sq On riiar three week 1 00 One square three me, fl AO On square el mod. 4 00 On nnnar on year. 6 00 i" "im.iis six nine o tlU two square one year g no four squares on year 12 00 diii column on year it 00 Busln Card or Hot over tin lines per year t 00 Twain Unas or lee of thin tin letter make a mjtwre. Obituary Nottee of mrir than ftv line, unless or general lntrt,wlll bo Inserted t th Mm rat un ; , JOB PRINTING. -jfvry description attended to on call, In th tnoet tatful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Phralclans. J)R. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 642 t. P. M'DOXALD. Phvsician and Rurrreon located opposite John Mansfield' Clothing 8 tor, Main street, Ash...

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 June 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH- ASH T-A HULA: Saturday Morning,. June 2f, 8S2. The Union Convention. . The anlr'(fnJ. representing- the Unloo Convention which assembled in this city oo the 6tk or 8ep.enbar last, call epoa "nil loyal citl. cam who are io favor of the maintenance of the Government, and of the vigorous and con tinned prosecution of the war, Oow carried on for the suppression of the Rebellion ag-ainel the Gov ernment," again to meet eod appoint delegates to Union Convention, to be held la thii city, oo TaereJay, the 2tet day of Angast next, for the nomination of candidates for tbe following officer) i Judge of Supreme Court. Secretary of State. Attorney Gene ral. School Coniinlaionr. Oae member of tbe Board of Publio Work. Tb Convention will be composed of the same Bomber of delegates as conatitnted the Conten tion of last year, end apportioned in like manner among the several counties. Ashtabula Is entitled to 6 delegates nnder tbU call. We recommend that the delegates be chosen by ...

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 June 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Farmers and Mechanics' Association LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Farmers and Mechanics' Association Meeting. There will be a meeting of the Boird end other members of the F. & M. Association on Saturday, at 2 1 M. Jane 29, 18C2, at the of fice of II. Fasoctl to regulate the rremiam Lint, appoint committeei for the next Fair, and for J. P. JENNINGS, Pres't. C. G. CALKINS, Sec'y. Caftaim 11. Loci. The oewe or the dealb of Captain Luc, which wae published among the telegrapbio dispatches that reached as on Monday evening, will be a sere re blow to his relatives residing at this place. He was tho el dest son of Emory Lock, 23 years of age a young man of considerable culture and ability, and of on amiable, generous character. He was in the three month's service, connected v.'ith the Imtnoital 19th, and wag la tho battle of Hicb MonnUin, after which he recruited Company E of the 29th, was e...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 21 June 1862

SKEDADDLE. The V.a.cW of niElit'wr fulling faM. . A Ihroncb 8..nthern villus rl A youth, who hore. not over mc, A bnuDer with tl gy device, Hkedaddt ! Till Mr wmwI I his toe tririri rpfpcd like in achorn from Its e-henih, Ulnle with frixhtenpil oic he. innfl A burden utrnrijrei to Yankee tongue, Skedaddle I He gnw no honsehold fire, where he Might wiirm hi tod or hominy : Jtnyoml the Cordillernn phone, Aud from hi lip ewapcd groan, Skedaddle I "O.etnj,". cnllered posBon sniil. f "Ar,' on die Worn roV jcmr hrd 1' The Octoroon he winked her eyo, lint Still he unowered ilh gigli, Skedaddle! Heware McCk-eXM. Euki.l, Banks. Hrnre of Hl.l.rm'8 dc ndly rank V . '1 hi wgg ihc planter' lawl Guild Niglit, 1 he cbp replied, far out of ifcht, Skedaddle ! A t lirenk of dy, an sevpral hoy From Maine, New York, and lllinoi, Were moving aoulhwurd in the air They heard these aeceula of denpair, . Skedaddle I A chap was fonnd, and at hi fide . A bottle, allowing how he died, Slill (jranpinn in his ha...

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 June 1862

irnn a mTTT a llABlLJlji nn TTD A TOT - I IIDjIjJDj :Qy James Heed. In.cL03perLca.ent in. a11 tliliasrs. SI SO in A.cL-vrtnc6. VOLUME XII. NO. 2C. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 28, 18G2. WHOLE NUMBER 653. a n A 5 17 1T7I VV JDj TERM) OF StJBSCniPTIOS. Two Dollara.'per annum. If paid etrletty In advaoo tl 40. ADVKRTISIKO. On mn.it) nn. mtk M Two aqnares three mos. $ I An two eqnaree at, moa. o on On. ennare three week. 1 00 On. enusre thr. mm, fi SO On. square six mn, 4 00 On. equer on. year. 0 00 two eqnaree one year fonr nnmrR on. mr 00 13 00 It 00 t 00 half eolumn on. jr.tr Business Card, of not oi.r all line pat year Tw.1t Una. or lam of tills tine lattar mak a aqner. Obituary Notices of more than Ave lines, nnles of general iat.r.st,will be tnnertad at tha aama rata aara JOB PRINTINGS of ararj daecrlptlon attended to on call, in th. moat tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Ph) alrlan. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 642 O. P. M'DOXALD, Physician and Bnreeon located nppo.lt. Jo...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 28 June 1862

WEEKLY TELEGKAI'IL A S II T AJ3 ULAi Saturday Mcrnintti 29 '862. The order cf Gen. MtCliIluo to appro filiate tti While IIooe to hospital purpo , is said to liofe met with a curt reccriiion and rrj1jf. The apology for M'Cltl'to'a i-ouiGe it made that tie capacity tf the IIoufo was iiuCick'Dt only to accomodate a dvzt cr to of palicnta. The argument, certainly is worthy of the cause. If the telegraph re jiorts are to be ulicd upon, the Lt. Ucncrnl U loitiig liix mprcU for civilian, as ho 16 aid to hare refund po&fes the other day to a bevy of Congressmen, oo tho ground thai liu Lad no time to attend to civilians. A BATTLE IMMINENT. l)iiatchea to the War Department frotu Oen. Jlft.CI Han" Head Quarter, on the 24ib, Hate that from ruovcnienta of the ene luy last iii(;bt, ond fiom information receiv ed fiotn a contraband, a general engnee- tutnt a looked for this morning. The troops were all umlrr arras at daylight, and everything iu readiness ; but after a Miglit demonstration of t...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 28 June 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Th Annual Meeting- of thcFInt Congri;atlnnal Soohtly, will be held by adjournment on Turwl jp Evening neit at the lions of Wni. WUHanl. Thk Tbio or Wooi. is tlio eulijrct of con eiilerublo comment just now, nnd oar wool grow erg are la liigli feather at tbo bandsom. returns tbat many of tlirir number are fobbing fiom tlio present clip. Some indeed think that the max imum is not yet reached, nnd aro willing to hold no for stilt better rales. Tub more common opinion, howtver, Is, and it seems to bo the rudcnl one, that tlie present rates connot be sustained, find those that rcfuso forty-eight cents now, mny be obliged to take less. As ready sales at these liberal prices are putting large amounts of ready cosh in tho hands of many of our patrons, an admonition of the fact, that our exchequer seriously needs replenishing, and that no belter timo for that purpo90 may occur during the year, can hardly bo considered out of place Sha...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 28 June 1862

I WISH I WAS A PRINTER. r 1 wish I wns Vrintcr, I fccnm t Die thai printeri Oct onrliiiiig Uiey e.r-eil- (lixwpt monoy !) They got the largest and the brst (if everything lliat growi, Anil Rfit free Into chows, .Aud otluir kind of shows. (l!y giving au cqtivaleut !) " 'the biggest biio; will apeak to them, No mailer how tiny dress, A olittiby coat ia notbiitjf If tbev owe a ui luting press. (I'ulicy!) At ladies' faira they're almost tugged liy pretty (tirla who know That they will crack op awrlbing T-U Udii. bv to ahoif , (Bully 1) And (bos they (Tl "bio" out" freo, At every trlJ f6'"" The reason ia Because the write And other people read. I WISH I WAS A PRINTER. The Age of the Earth. Among tbc Mteotidinn discoveriej of rood em critiim is tbal of the immense periods wbicb bave passed iu tie gradual form lion of oar earth. So vast were tbe cycles of time preceding even the appearance of luau ou llio surfuce of our plobe, tbal our own period seems as yesterday when com pared with thee...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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