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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 5 July 1862

a . nirunn a ttdth a 1T7I 171 7 1 rm irr ir titi o irv a TninT Illllj 33yr craines need. VOLUME III. NO. 27. ASHTABULA, 0., Indepondent in cill tilings. SATURDAY MORNING. JUXL 5, 1862. SI SO in Advance, WHOLE NUMBER 051 TIBMI OF StlBiCRIPTIOIf. Too Dollar par latum, If a' rtrtrtly la advene 1 40, A DTKRTIM"Oi On him eo week f MT enuare. three mos. t So On nam three weeks 1 00 10 equaree Hi mm. f 00 On. mow three noi. I 40 two square, on ;nr . 00 Om sonars all wKMk 4 00 I four squares on ysar 12 00 Om square one year. 00 I half Miami ODt tar SS 00 Business Cardi f aot sver alt tinea pet year I 00 Twelve line or lam of thl ilsa lattar maks t aqnara. Obituary Notices of mora thin Ira Tina, anlaaa of general laterest,will ba Inserted at ttaa sane rata ana JOB PRIRTINCU " mt svery dsserlptlo aUesded to oa oall, la tho most tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physician. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 642 O. P. MDONALD. Physician and Surgeon located oppo.Ha John ltaosflsld Clething 8 tore, Mala...

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 July 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAM. ASHTABULA: Saturday morning, July 5 I8!2!- .Among the slims of ibe lin.cn, one of Ue moot eulcioo fa tbo general conflJcnco end wnrol reposed by ell parties iu tbo Piesident We Jo rot hear, io tbo rango of our perefjreaa tioDf, any other than cipressbns of approba lion of bia course. Eea oor oouvrfative JrieDds mo bee the. least relUb for anything Republican, dufsnd hU measarea, and if they do not endorse biJ policy, they affect to too It in different light from bii parly edbereoU. and Io each a light ai they ara nuailliog to oppose. DfiOKXTOla, while many of ibera aro ready to Ml io with any mowmont baring for ita objoct the opbuilding of the party by a distinct party orgaoieation and Internet, aay but little in cen sor of tbe Executive Neither win of the Bepublicana aoti-alarrry or radical find much (o compluio at. All giro the Presideat credit for honosty of purpose, gome timea he ia hard ly decided enough, to be ture, bat then, at eve ry point where be la called...

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 July 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Tin HlteRoclsty, connected with th First riaptlst Choreh of Ashtabula, baring been orgaollerl, Kill bold lid second sinetlng on (lie afternoon and (railing of Friday, July lllh at tha resident of II. I.. Morrison. A!l proceed of, and reeepte by tbe Hoolotr, are to b dcyoted esclu-lre to th purchae of noil for tli liw of Hid Ch ii rob. All who feel Interested and ar wllllnt to contribute their mM to thaaeenrripllsbnierit of this object, are cordial InyltcU to b ptesent. July 2, 1862. H. L. MORRISON. Marriaqk3 and Drat19, l'firsons who want marriages or deaths Inserted in our columns, should inform us of the same. Wo make no charges for these ooticeRinJ cannot bo expect ed to hunt them op oarself. The Cleveland Fuincsvillo and Ashtabula Railroad is now doing an immense business. The amount of live stock now going over this road East Is immense and other freights each way aro Tory large. Ninktkfntii District. This District.ns fi...

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 July 1862

To My Dog Jowler. T xile erj do they'd -end Uulcu sooie friend would paj pol By all thai. foi the riicfi mact Blwixt oa lo so bits' strife, And drive jom M banishment. Or bribe year rrleuu to take yovr lire. J?nt Jowlrr, don't y oo be alarmed I IT politicians do neglect ye. Confound their ttx I yo shan't be termed,' I know jobt worth aod III protect you I Bat tmet, by the constitution. Convey ibe right to represent 5 o ilf by tbil same resolution, Might juat M welt u men be tent Jor, doers end men, and voters hear, That Jowler'i put Jo nomination, To go, upon the coming year, And aid io publio legislation. Jowler, beware of deiaigoguea, Keep clear of the minority ; Take care to tmell of other dogs, And tote with the majority. To My Dog Jowler. Johnson and Brownlow. At Nashville, while oo bis way to the North. Parson Biowulow met Andrew Jobnfon. It was singular meeting. The two men had been bitter enemies for 25 years, never speaking to one another in all that time. The quarrel arose...

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 July 1862

A wirrnnvirT 'v W JUj JDj JLi I ' JL 'JGj JLiJGiO" JnSLJF jni-o ! 33y CTcLm.cs HTLeecl. IiacLoiDGiTclont in ctll tlo.lxig'S. SI SO in. crv-o,rLce. VOLUME XII. NO. 28. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING, JUYL 12, 18G2. WHOLE NUMBER G55; Ci TT TT nn A TFh TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Two Dollarer annum. If paid strictly In adrane 1 t0. ADVEUTKHO. fin sonar nn week f 60 Two ao,oars three mos. $ J On. sonsr three weeks 1 00 two squares sis mos. t 00 On. square three mm, 9. 0 I two squares on year 8 00 On square sis mm. 00 I four squares one year 12 00 On square on year. 00 I half column on year 26 00 Business Card of Dot orer.ls lines per year t 00 Twalv lln or 1m of this air letter mak a aqnar. Obituary Notice of mor than At tin., unless of general iutrist,will b in.erted at th same rat asr JOB PRINTING, of Try description attended to on call, In the most tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physicians. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 642 O. P. M'DONALD, rhysician and Surgeon located opposite John Mst...

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 July 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASH T AJJ U Ii A : Saturday Morning, July 12, Wht it It? One of the wooden of the world just at thie time, ia the reason, for.d NrM, cr policy the wneitlTeneea er,d cveo (lerci.ORS of the frieudt of Genern) McCi.itu.Ait. No word of criticinn of bit eon me C bo dropped, kowever eaoiioos, or free from ttfirrcr:t, bat that It met with a Cercenese that loads a timid mto to fear, il first tbooght, tint a serious wrong bat bceo otnmittcd. Ibif feeling it not tarpassed by Oiat engendered in tbe moat warmly contested Frwideotial elections. Wo have wired the lQCatIon of these reolooi defenders or Ibe Lleot. General's fame, for the reoaoo of nil tbia rancor- oat feeling, but oo answer ia given but that of impatience, and canoese of manner. e caDnot, with all our pLilosopby, wnderstaad the good sense, if there it any io it, for such exb kirioo of feeling. It ia not unusual we know, (o topply tbe place of aigoment with impatience ttd angry front. If, as it contended, there ia ...

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 July 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. SrRiNo Wiikat, somo of our formcri Uiiuk, boi gone Op. It ia Infested with midge, weave! and a new marauder npon the honest labor of the husbandmen of the louse genus, whose prce ence, we understand, baa been peat to the cotton plantation, but nover before known to to the cropa of this region. Its name la legion end although It ia thought by some not to pre upon tho kerneljet I Tit draws ita sustenance from any portion of the plant, the berry cannot but be alTectcd. Late winter wheat is exposed some what with the spring, and, as appears from a stalk of oats brought io by J. W. Rockwell that crop Is also in danger. Winter wheat generally, is too fur advanced for the ravages of insocts, and the crop is cousidcred more than 'usually floe and plentiful. Corn aud Potatoes are feeling the impulse imparted by tho fine growing weather of late, and are pushing ahead vigorously, encouraging the faith and stimulating a reliance oo tho a...

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 July 1862

Smile and be Contented. Tin world gmw oM, and men grow cold To rtrh whilst lorkinfr treiiare ; . Ami wht wiili want, and c.re,nd toil, Wtucirro liSTelimo for plantar, Jut never miml. lliat is lorn Not much lo he Innipntfd ; Lifrt rolls on Ky. if we will Hat imile and be contented. Jf we are poor and would be rich, It will not be bj pining j No I (lend; henrtt and hopeful roiuJi Are lire' bright silver lining. ThereVae'tr a mail that dared to hope, Math ol bia choice repeated ! .The happiest souls on earth, are those Who tuiile aud ate couteoted. When (jrief troth eoroa to rack the heart, And fortune bid ut sorrow, , From hope we may a blessing reap, A nd consolation borrow. If thorn will rise whore roses bloom, It connot be prevented , Bo make the best of life you can, And stnilu and to contented. Emancipation in Missouri. The Emancipation Convention just held at Hio Capital of Musouri was attended by 105 delegate, representing twenty-fife eonoties. Tbe deliberations of the Conten t...

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 July 1862

nn un TJGj Pi m, ' 'a T;irh "irrnV 1 33y James 3R.eecl. IiadoiDoinxloiat in cull tilings. SI SO in. Advance. VOLUME XII. NO. 29. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. JUYL 19, 1862. WHOLE NUMBER 65G. A CI TOT nn A "DIP :"A: J71WW 7 TERMS OF BVBSCRIPTIOIV. Two Dollari.'per ennnm. If paid Btrtotly la idnnM $1 M. AnVKHTIlJNO. One aqnar one week $ e-0 One anuere three week 1 00 Two aouarea three mo. $ I On. nquare thro. mm. t AO On. aqnare six mop. 4 00 On. aqnar on. year. 0 00 iwn einarra si mm, 0 OU two nonare on. year H 00 fnnr eqnaraa on. year 12 00 half column on year St 00 Bn.ln.ai Card, of not ovrl line per year 00 Tw.1t. tin, or lea of tht. .la. letter make a aqnar. Obituary Nntlee of mora than Sve Una., ante of fnerl ntereat,lll be Inaerted at tb. Mtn. rat. aav JOB PRINTlNo", " of every description attended to on call, In tb moat tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Phyalela.ni. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 642 O. T. M'DONALD. Phvsician nod Sureeon located npnoall John Manpfield's Clotb...

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 July 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. A8IITABULA: Saturday Morning, July 19, 1867. COLUMBUS, O. July 11. Cftnnty Milit'y Committee in each regimental district are rvqnrsted to awmble it noon possible at some central point and arrange for the crganiamtioo often companlra, to that com pany comblriktiona can ! mada and names promptly submitted to the Governor for com pany officers, and a Ufgimcntal District Com milte organised for constitution as to field and staff appointments, and to taka the moatefftot jra meana to raiM and cnmplcta a regiment. Cnonly and regimental district commltteea will plea) report promptly and keep thia office- fai ry advised of their doings. Heoond Lientenant will be mnntaring officers, and mnat Kara quali C. W. HILL. Adj General. "So stronger moths can ba preaented t an American cittern than Ike receanity for hi ear vices for the preservation of his country. Snch motive la pre-aented to every IndWdaal litsn at thia lima. The government erpa's for help. The reed of ikat te'p ver...

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 July 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. JursNiLt Sinoino Class Many of our citizens will be pleased to lier that Mrs. Scrogoi expects to open a school of instruc tion in Vocal Manio for juveniles varying in age from 5 to 15 years. II er qualifica tions and experience in this Bold are already well known. Those wishing to join the classes should be preient at Firemen's Hall on Monday afternoon, 2lt, at 4 o'clock. Kingsviixk School. To those who hne youth (,o educate, and who are conversant with the Kingsville Academy under the principalship of Mr. A. Judsok Barrett, we need say no more than refer them to the notice of that institution in another place. As an agency for spreading an enlightening and ralutary influence abroad, it may safe ly bo classed among the best in the laud. Bailey k Co's Show, which is represented to be of an unexceptionable character, pos seisos some new features of amusement and entertainment, and will be in Ashtabula on the SOth lost. Our exch...

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 July 1862

THE HEROES OF '62. ; 8li(j ttl firm, In ttiflr (trend rr(iy, Kver to Union strl vrerdoin imo, IWnre thair conntrymcn stand lliisi tiny, 'I he noblo linrncH ir T'2. jlerors in word and tU-ed, mid (ImnRlit, On tthniii the Impe f nnlion rent J Herns a trill" tbo wlio tinnght With blood, our home in ihi might; Went, Tlio Rie that burnt in onr tiro of old, then, 1 honuh a tiunilrrd yenr have Mown ewiee Hun not, f .r n initmpnts t'min grown coM In ti e hooits of onr gallant tnqntrymen. The lrit thnt roiiri'erod In '76, Thnt bore onr cnlura in triumph through, With m title rr tiorcrt nnd ns firry tirilU Th hi'arU or Iho heroes of 'C2. The BalloDt rreemisn that held their ffrmnd At ltuukcr Hill and l Ix'xinuton, lliivo lont n'mee gone, but the world lnva (band I boe ilnrmg tqnnm at lionclsnn. And Winchester has itn funrrol tale, And rilUhm-ff LnmHiiR lu slaughter too ; And steeping ntidur the tiloodj toil, Lies man; a hero or '62. But the tried old conrngo In JiiRt as Brm, Unduunted jot is ...

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. — 26 July 1862

A C1nn A TTUT rm 7171 inrip a "IT1 TTTT IDllliJDU 11 1 A JLiA WTmirniTZT T By Tciin.es Reed. VOLUME XIi7nO 30. ASHTABULA, 0., IiacLojpoiaclerLt in nil tilings. SATURDAY MORNING, JUYL 20, 18G2. Sl SO in. Advance WHOLE NUMBER 657. tkrmi of st nscnirxio.. Tiro Dollarsjrier annum. If ftA trtetlj In advance (1 60. ADVKnTlSISC. On snnare one eek I M Two aquerea three mn. 3 ftn fine square three week 1 no Dim square thru mm. 2 M One square si mn. 4 00 One euuare one rear. 0 00 two squarea one rear ' II 00 four aquarss one rnr 1J 00 half column nno year j0 oo Buiinra Card or not over sl lines rr year 3 00 Twelve line or less of tliln aire letter make a aqaare. Obituary Notice of more than Are tinea, amies of general nteret,lll be inserted at theaame rateasve JOII PIUNTIKU. of erere description attended to on call, In the moat taateful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I'll) slrlails. DR. J. 0. UUlTllARlT, AMitTiUhTo. C-12 O. P. M'DONALI), Phvaicinn nnd Surgeon located opposite John Mansfield's Clothing K...

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 July 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. " A SlITAltULAi Saturday Morning, July 26, 1862. CocRKtBtoKAL Camiioatis. Vc are request d to Hale that the fiienus of lion. 1. Cad well will present Ida nnnie to tbo oominj Union Coorcntlou, at candidate for Representative Id Congress for Uii District. Stringent orders ure being iMtaetl on ever TianJ for the treatment of I lie guerilla bandittis rbicli are forming and sprraTing'over the conn try. Itmluiit clout h without process or exnmiua tiun, li the resort which tbu rascals art invited to prepare for. The last order by Gen. Pope direct the ar- rest of nil dislovul maid citizens within the lines, I or witliiu the rc-j)ectivo stations of corps com manders who refute to take the oalb of allegi ance, st.d their being put beyond the picket south, and DoliGcd that if funud again within our liue, or at any point in tie rear, they will be considered spies.nnd subjected to the extreme tigor of military luw. If any person, having tuken the oath of allegi ance, as above s...

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 July 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Lake Erie Seminary. Tho exnminations nnd nnnivcrsary of the Lnke Kric Seminnry at rnineRville, took place Inst week, ond wns on occoRion of great interest to tho friends of the institu tion. It i well know n thai this school wns commenced three years ngo, on tho Ml IIol yoke plan, and sinco that time It has been in a flourishing condition. Tho present graduating class numbered twclvo yonng Indies, and was tho first clnss that had pass ed through an entire course, ond consequent ly may be snid to be the first fiuitg of this novel enterprise in our midst. The friends and patrons of tho institution, ond oil who hod the pleasure of listening to the exerci ses of this class in Butler's Analogy and the other severe studies of their course, could not but feel a high degree of satisfaction nt the results. It was our privilege to listen to o por tion of those examinations, and we can truly soy they were of rare interest. If tho oth er...

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 July 1862

The Free North. ITr tVie Toiler toils nnbramltxl Here tti poor mnn frpl no.liame , F' he knows th lowlieit fortune Upward trenU to loftiest famt. For he dwells ulicre limlm lire ciininlose. Whrre the prundcst liirrliln. oT enrtli Miiy he oraled with lirnve npii(ne, Uj the child of humblest birth ! TYKero the nliT jirWTiil foiwt Glooms aretnid, like fthadcii of nipht, There the yomi( bnck-woodsmnn opens "Willi his xe, the pntes of light I .And the Intflloct of Labor, Clnpini Honor's guiding linnd, t'liinb aloft, with Abrahiim Lincoln t Utiles, with him, our glorious band I Tjpe of Freedom's Inchest manhood, And I he prnniiiG of Lor soil, Htnnds to rlny lliis brnve bnck-wootkman JKepresenUlive ot I oil 1 And Ihe bosom of his jrrenlncs. Writ in faith and hope publime, Tells the humblest of the people ' How to triumph he ni:iy climb ! And the nation, f nzitijr westward, OVr Atlnntiu's "tnn.iy r'rep, Mny behold thin choct'ii people In the lord Jchovuh's keep I Mny behold how loyal manhoo...

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. — 2 August 1862

fDlTTT T" JLj uti n Trtv a VV EiJEiJIi jlj I jl jiii 33y J"ctnies 3vebci. IrLdorencieiat in tll tilings. a ci inr mi VOLUME XII. NO. 31. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 2, 1862. WHOLE TRRMS OF St HSCniP'l IO!S. Two Dollkrs'per innorn, If paid atrlctly In advance $ M. ADVF.llTIMKO. On sonar one werk A ftr Two squares thrremos. $ 1 D0 One square three weeks 1 00 On square three mns. S 60 On square ait, mo. 4 00 One aquare one rear. 8 00 fcww imiiikii sia mm, o uo two squares ana year II 00 four aqnaras one year IS 00 half column on year 26 00 Builneas Card or not onrm lint per year S 00 Twelee llnea or Use of toll al letlar mak a aqnart. Obituary Notirwa ofmor than (hrcllnca, unless of general lntrst,will b Inserted at th aam rat aar JOB PBlKTiniG. of every description attended to on call, In th most tasteful mannar. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Phy-alclane. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 642 O. r. M'DONALP, Physician and Surgeon located opposite John Mansfleld's Clothing Store, Main...

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. — 2 August 1862

AYEEKLY TELEGBAl'II. ASHTABULA: Saturday Morning Auflt-st 2. t862. THE UNION CONVENTION. Tie undersigned, repreentin(f the Colon Content inn wliwh assembled in lliii oily on the Bih of fcU'ptember laot, rail upon "II loyal citi mri who are fa furor of the maintenance of the Govm.ir.otit, nnd of tna trigoroe and conttnoed rrffrcotion of ihawr bow carried on for the .uppriwei-m of the Rcballien against the govern merit," ocsin lo meet and appoint delf galea to Union Convention, to be held in this city, on Thuredny the Slat d"V of Arnruat next, for tha ootniualion of Candidates for the following t. Sices: Judge of Supreme Court. Secretary of Btate. Attorney General. School C'nirniionrr. One number rf the Roard of Public Works Ibe Convention will be comprvaed of tb annus number of delegates na conatitated the Convention of last year, end apportlued to like planner amonR tho several counties, Ashtabula is cutitlcd to 6 delegates coder tins cull. " - Wo rroomnvend that the delegates be ch...

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. — 2 August 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Rally ! Rally!! A Mass Meeting will bo lieU &L Fre lan'i Hull,, or some other place should that provo too straight, ns it probably will, oo S.turday Evening. L. S. Siikhsian and Cel. A. S. Ham., will speak to the assembly cc the uocds of the country. Shall not the tarn ut be proportioned to tho importance of tfc 'occasion. Mass Meeting! Tn jnrsuance of a call of the Union State Central Committee Issued on the 2d day of Jane 1862, all citizens of Ashtabula Co., embraced In said call, are requested to assemble In Mass Meetiig at Ji fToison, on the 16ih day of Au gust, a. D. 18C2, at 1 o'clock, P. M. to elect 6 dclentes to attend the Slate Convention to lie hohlcn at Colnrnbas on the 21st day cf August, 1862, to nominate one Snprcme Jadpe, one At torney General, one Secretory of Stale, a School Commissioner, and Member of the Board o Fublio Works. A general attendance Is requested. Jefferson, July 30...

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. — 2 August 1862

Latest Arrival ! ! Tho Newest of Goods Opening HAT'Iia made short visit to New York x i if the osst week, I am aew prwrared to fur. m. any qttentltr 01 goods m th. .bortost Bulla. M; steak eonruite of ail to. Lalc.it Styles of Dress Goods, Ladle Clotha, Check. Kir Boy". Clothing, Asa, Pari., Mottled, and Geraldine Checks, !,. pn-lllcst la ion, at MORRISON'S. A lot of rheap Dry Good, low that everybody buy. th.an at MORRISON'S. A Splendid lot of Cocbeco end Merri- ut Print Dark, Pink, and Purple, at MORRISON'S. Black and White Check Silk Shawls,, Check Wonlea Shawls, and thet etj lee, for Bummer, Just notrtvedat MORRISON'S. 1 nr and pretty Style of Goods, for Bflri ClOtkUW, JM ID Wlllg, CDMA IM gOOO, at MORRKON'B. Any quantity of Summer Stuff of the bed Material and Manufacture, et MORRISON'S. A full itopply of those Col ln and CuBs, Jast reosived t most desirable MORRldON'S Gloves end Mitts, oy Quantity, til KO RR SOT;j ' Lndies end Gents Kid Glovea, desirable color, end low prices,...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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