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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 9 August 1862

uiv j im irn ttt" t 7 nn'irriTr tnn A CIO AD JUL nn a iTdit ELEGMPE it l 1 II J II j X W Jill Jill JR. JL I "1 ABU ..jA IBy James IFLeecl. VOLUME XII. NO. 32. ASHTABULA, 0., IiadciDoiaclcxit m cill tilaliigrs. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1862. 31 SO in. Advance, WHOLE NUMBER G5D. TERMS OP BUB SCRIPT IO!f. Tiro Dollarp r annum. If paid fti Icllj In dranee f 1 60. AnVKRTlRING. One square onewe.-k I to Two square . threemoa. $ t n On n.uar three weeka I 00 two square. .1 m, 6 no One square three mot. S SO two squares one rear g 00 One squsre six mns. 4 00 four square, one year 12 00 On aquar on. year. 6 00 I half column on year 26 00 Dullness Card, of not nnr li lino per year 1 00 Tw.1t. Una. or 1" of till. slsa latter make a square. ObltuerT Notice, nfmore than At. Una., unless ofgr-nersl nterest,wlll be Inserted at the mml rate asve Jon PRINTING, of every description attended to on call, In the mo.t tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Phralt lam. PR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. C42...

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. — 9 August 1862

WEEKLY TELEGKAPIL ASHTABULA: Saturday ltlarnlrry, August MB62. UNION CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. 10TH DISTRICT. 1 'he undersigned, believing thai the first and niplirnt ouiy oi an myai cuiieri, irrespective 01 r-arueet support of the Government of party ,ls an to maintain tha supremacy of the Con rti'ntioo, and to secure the suppression of the unholy rebellion cordially Invite all loyal citizens , ni the lOlh Congressional District, who are op posed to all compromises wit traitors, who ate in laToroI'lhe vigorous prosecution of the war with all the aids the government can con trol, and thf confiscation of the property of the rbc!, and the liberation of their slaves at de fined by the act of Congress and approved of tae emancipation policy proposed bj President and sanctioned by Congress and all who reeard the preservation of the Gov. trnnieiit os of more importance than the pre. tcrvatioo of Blovcry are reejuested to meet at their mnal places of holding elections In their iwverr-l tow...

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. — 9 August 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Artiixkrv Kkcriits Waktkd to fill up Battery 0. 1st Artillery. Apply to D. KINNEY, JR. Geneva, Ohio. Alarm op Firb. Tho business portion of onr Tillage was tlirowo Into considerable excitement on Monday evening last by the cry of Gre. The caoso of tho alarm wos found to bo the spontaneous combustion of a quantity of phosphorus stored iu tho cel lar of George Willurd' store. Tho engine company was out, a stream poured for a iruo through the underpinning window, but this and all other efforts in this direc tion failed, owing to the difficulty iu the midst of the smudge, to Ice to the combus tion. Tho burning phosporus w as at length discovered dropping upou a barrel of burn ing fluid, while a barrel of benzoic, another r varnish, and two of turpentine were ly ing iu immediate proximity. 13y the daring of Mr. Newberry, one of the cleiks, the box containing some 30 pounds of the phos phorus was picked up whilo burning and carried...

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. — 9 August 1862

Harvest Hymn. BY WILLIAM D. GALLAGHER. '"brat Goo "onr heart-felt thnnlci to W'ti feci ihj pre e nc eferywhart I Ami prny that may er t) 'J'hua ol'jcpii of tby guardian cr. V' aowfd I Vj Thee onr work wa teen AnJ bleibtd j and inatantly went forth Tliy Bi.nrUle and la IWlng jceo fSooo imiluj the fair and fruitful earth. W toiled I and Thou didst note oar toil; And gT'it tbe innnliliie and the rain, Till ripened on the teeming toll The fragrant grase and golden grain. And nrv w reap.' and oh ! onr God I 5rom this, the anboonded floors We send our loriff of Thank. abrod, And pray Thee, Mens onr hoarded itortr I Seaonable Hints. Timber cut during thin nnd the following months is considered more durable than that felled in winter,' particularly those kinds that abound in np. Anticipate the tvautg of next Benson vj cutting now. Tama tot t, Some recommend training to trellises end on brush. They ripen quicker on the- trronnd. end for Inn reason we lit f Hem follow their bent. Pinch off th...

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. — 16 August 1862

""A Ci 1T nn A 1TW TTI . A rm In i a a mi 1 si r A rs - 11 ,'iw,;ii::,W,:fl'4 f! JGj-JCj'JBlJLjI' 1L .JUJ.iUJLU HJl JL.Q; l":OM - H3y" "J" aanos 3Rec3cU IiadoiDerLclerLt In a,ll tiling's. SI SO in Aclvaxice, VOLUME XII. NO. eJ. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY HOMING. AUGUST 10, 1802. Tisnnift of st nscniPTiox. To Dtillsvrnjpr nnum. If pnM -tilctlj in adTtnc $1 40. ADVEHTIHIXO. Twn nqiinrM thwnmft, $ 2 ftft twi) Hipmrr nix mo. fi 00 two fiu.r nnt yi'nr R 00 four R(unr one' jrnr li 00 half column one ynr 2fl 00 8 00 On nuaro on wm-k t ft" On qunr tHrfP wfckd-I 00 One q u n it thrp ino. 2 6t Oh inr H moa. 4 00 Oih qnar one Jr. 6 00 Bnfl1nM Card of not orer U .lni per year Tvetre line or le of thl l7.e letter make a qnar. Ohttuarr Notlne of more tnnn five Tine, aniens of general lateret,will b inerte) at the name rnte nnvsj JOI1 PHIWTIXO. oferar cW,ilptinn attended to on call, tn tha moat taateful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Pliy slclans. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 642 O. P. M'DOVAT.I). P...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 16 August 1862

CLASS XV.—POULTRY. Peat pair tinVlct 6 i-V do do ducks 60 Jiii do rnnn blsck poland Bast eoop whit folanj chicken , SO 60 60 60 do cease dorkinrs it . eemmoa ..... chickens SO J! Itcst exhibition of pnnltrj hy ana f xhlliltor. Committer. -CJoo. Strong, Windsor; Henry Lndd, Orwoll The odore Miller, Rome ' CLASS XVI.—DAIRY PRODUCTS. 1st. 2. Sd. fe-l innneg d Pstry .S.00 1 60 irtn i rheeae made this r yeur.. .Moo 1.00 TJeat slngls ehseae - - -one year old. 1.00 AO do ten lbs. hatter S.00 1.00 1.00 do rie mede ia June 1 1-0 Commits . ITenry Rrim, Chonr Valley; Thas, Edncv, ISlonm fMd; J. R. Eddv, Onnn; Mrs. R. E. Bcman, Oustaviw; Mr. Don Northway, OrvrolL' ". ' ' ' ' CLASS XVII.—FRUIT. Pest bush, winter apples do do do fait do do peck ef pescne ; rin do peaie do do qnlnree ii A Urgent Tri. peaches 1st, Id 26 26 6 IU llBest largest variety ap'la properly labeled not In than S of each kind from exhibitor orrhartl 1 M SO ililo spec. Isabella gratis.. 26 IS 60 no oo uuwu do .. 26 I lo k lar...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 16 August 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Obwci.l Fai- The reader will not fail to notice tbe liberal premium list of oor Orwell frieods. No townehip in the county baa by ill enlightened enterprise, and enlarged and liberal ricwa, as well ai by ita gocces, commended It olf to publio furor, to the same extent, porbape, eg the people of Orwell. Morrison, who has loadable ambition lo stand among the ery foremost of onr merchants has already began his autumn purchases. We noticed a dry goods box within a day or two, npou the sidewalk, In front of bis establishment of such dimensions, that if located on Sam. Humphrey's city plot, It might be mistaken fur a new tenement, and one of rather Aristocratic pretentions. Too supply, we should judgo, will suffice for the present. Tbo Rev. Mr. Dom.ir, Episcopalian, of Jef ferson, has been delivering a discourse npon the ' Rotation of Religion to Politics," which is in the course of publication in the Sentinel. It bas the true ring,...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 16 August 1862

The Brave at Home. The Brave at Home. BY T. BUCHANAN READ. The 1iniJ no M'ld r.r wrrlor' oh, Tht "! "ll,t we" r,,"r P"' 'iwml'lcSi Tno while lienr-nth her rlronr.inir lnh ()n)i Harry tour-drop hunt mid trembles' Tboiijrli heaven alone records the tpur, And fame h!l rifTer know ber mory, Her heart hll ilifid a drop dt-r A ere bedewed lliO Of Id of ff'ory t The wife wh cirri her hufbnnd't word . Vid little one who weep or wnr.der,-.. And brarely epenlm the cheering wmd. Wht thonph her heart he rent atnnner, t)ioTnpd nifrhtly in her dreams to hear The holta of death aronnd him rattle, Tin aliod hi gncrcd blood e'er Wee poured opon t!ie field of batt.e 1 Tlie mother who coneeala her grief; While to her breast her eon he prpwea Then brealhea a (Vw brave wonla and brief. Kissing the patriot brow ahe blesses, Wiih no oue bnt ber acret God To know the pain that weighs upon Her, flieda holy bloon e're the aid Kcceived on Freedom! field of honor. "Tuor, too, Brctcs." The N. Y. Times hat been ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 23 August 1862

A' oinr'nniDirT;ii-::.';A: :rJLm;:JLP (LJJLil- M J nn WTX7 JEl JLj I nn T, "I TT irnTi in- a 'ThTr.TT , M J I II Jlilljj LUJLJJ 3337- James XLeecl. VOLUME XII. NO. 34. ASHTABULA, 0., IiacleiDencLont in cull tlalngs. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1802. SI SO in,' dctzico. WHOLE NUMBER COl! TEltMS OP UBSCIUPTIO!. Tir Dotlarrirr tnnra, If paid att-letljr In edrs.ee $1 to. AlTF.nTlSIJfO. 1 On. aonar on week t (ir Two aqnarea three mot. $ 9 5(, on, aquarathre. week. 1 00 On a-nare Hire, mod. 9 50 One square .Ik mi 4 00 Ope miliar on. year. 8 00 wu unrei lis mm, K1 two equarea on. year ' R O0 four aqnarea on. year 12 00 half column on. year 96 00 Du.lneaa Carda or not oT-eral. line. per year 8 00 Twelre linen rleeftbl aire letter wink aaqnare. Obituary Nntleea of mors than At. tin... nnleaa offeseral a;er.t,will be In.erted at the aame rat. asr ' Jon printiivo. of frery description attended to on call, In th. moat IiiUHiI manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physician.. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabola...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 23 August 1862

ITrriM'TV rrTUT'PT) ADII W j'i l.K Li 1 I'iljiiUltAl 11. ASHTABULA: Saturday Morning, August 23, 1662. FOR CONGRESS. IIos. Johh IIiitchhus, of Trumbull. llox. PIM CPWU, A,bUbula. . 1 1 OX. ArWtR KELI.OCQ, J Hon. O. l 1row!I, ) UK. JaHKS A. Q A RF1T.LO, rrU UNION CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION, 19TH DISTRICT. The nlon,iirnel. believing that the flnit and ltiKhest duty of all loyal ciiiscnn, Irreepeciivs of rernest support or the Government or partj.ia an to maintain the supremacy of ths Cod. ti'ution, and to secure the anppressten of the unholy rebellion cordially init aM loyal cilisecs in the 19th Congressional Distpial, wha are op posed to all compromises with traitor, who aroin favor oMhe Timorous prosecution of the war with all the aids tba Roveroment con con trol, and the confiscation of the property of the rebel, and Ilia liberation of their slaves as lc ' nned I')' the act of Congress aud approved of the emotK'Vpalton policy as proposed by Presided aad eaoctloocd by Congress and all...

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. — 23 August 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY MANES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. f Tin. Jon" IIvbbaiid li sick nt Nashville, and recently Informed tiii friends here that be was Dot able alone to motto the Journey home. One of his brothers, therefore loft for Nirnhville oo Tnesday, with the irlCDtion, we understand, iftbe Doctor is foand able to endura the fatigue Of bringing Lira home. By last accounts the railroad communication with Nashville bad been cot ofT, and that city wss threatened with 0 attack, but Wednesday's dispatches stated the comm'inicot'on would soon bo restored by rail, and that the river was high enough for light draft boats. The patriotism of Wayne as evinced in fur nishing volunteers, is Dot behind ber sister towns lo the county. Before the recent call she bad snt 34, and she now adds 14 to that numbor. Well done, surely. The Dry Weather that has prevailed so long with scarely an interruption, has so nearly rued op pasture, that the supply of butter is becom ing a little uncertain. Co...

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. — 23 August 1862

Emanetontion in the Platelet. BY WHITTIER. AVi.-n firnl I an onr banner wave A bore l notions cortncl'-bull, I beard beoosrl. Ua marble wall Tb clanklug' fetter of the le I In I ha fool mark, idar I stood, Ami ansr (he christian mother told, A ml chil dhood with iU locks (vf gold, I'.luc rved mid fair with Saxon blood. I flint my eyes I held my breath, And stunt tiering down the wmth a shame "I'll a notniy Northern blood aflame, . Stood uilent -where to apeak was death. Boida me gloomed the prison cell Where wnatoil one In slow decline For tittering dimple words of mine, And loving freedom All too well. Tl.o flngthat floateJ from the dome l'liipped menace In tbe morning ir I stood periled stranger, where Tbe humai broker made bis home. For crime was virtne : Gown and Sword And Law their three-fold sanction gave, And to the quarry of the si are Went hacking wilU oar symbol-bird. 00 tbe oppressor's side tu power : And yet I knew (bat every wrong, However old, however, strong, 13 ut wa...

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. — 30 August 1862

a a in m a U5TTT.K A H7T mi? I .'TOD' JUJUJUl JLU "WW-. At Jiiio JLPU VV UiU jjjj j - - - - I.--, - " ' - - 1 1 1 " ' " " 11 ' ' - r i -i 1 i -yt - - ... - - By Taines Heed. In.a.epenc3.e33.t In mines. " : SX SOlri. Adycinco, ?0luME XILN0. 35. . . , ' ..TT ASHTABULA, 0, SATURDAY 7BCTBTlM8M"-. 1 WnEliUMBElTii. TERMS OP SVB8CRIPTIOIC. T Dollrfr annam. If paid strtotl In euTane 1 to. ADTEBTIIISO. 0 ir en tk I o Two square three me. I ea two nnrea all mo. 6 00 . square thre mo. I M i On sqosr nix BM. 00 On ulnar en var. 00 twe square on jour 8 00 four qur one jeer IS 00 half column sat jrr 16 00 BnilnV Cla ef not over six lines per nu I 00 "j, Twttti llrle r lea orthh all letter max square. , Obltuerv rTotleesef more than 8v lines, anle of general Btrest,wlll b Inserted at tb nine rat Mr ( JOD PHI If TIN a. 'ofvrTOerlpU.o attended toenoaU, la tb xgoet tasteful , - mannar. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. i - . . Physicians. PR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 642 O. P. M'DOXALD, Physician end Surgeon l...

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. — 30 August 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH.! , I Saturday Morning, August 30, 1862. FOR CONGRESS. Hon. Jonn IIltciino, of Trumbnll. Von. lUmu. CAnwKLUj AglliftVula.: Hom. Armkr Kkllooq, Hon. O.r. Brown, 1 p . FOR CONGRESS. UNION CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION, 19TH DISTRICT. The ondersiirned, believing that the Unit and Vfltieal duty of all loyal citi-ena, Irrespective of iiriient support of the Uovtrtrieot or parly.w an lo maintain nit aaprruincj wi m v-- ptKution, and to secore the suppresaioo of the anholy rebellion cordially Invite all loyal siti-ena In (he 19th Congressional District, wba are op poed to all compromises with traitor, who ara la favor orthe vigwoos prosecution of the war with all the aids the government cao con trol, and the confiscation of the property of the rebel, and the liberation 01 tbeir slaves as ue Rnp.1 br the act of Congress and approved of the emancipation policy as proposed by rreoidont and sanctioned by Congress aou tl who regard the preservation of the Got f rumen t as of more im...

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. — 30 August 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Boldikr' aid t Grand E.ttertainmknt at Sunn' likhh) ow Wrdnksdat , Kvinino 6km. TiiiRit I Tht Ladies of Ashtabula propose to hold a l"entivV ttiO availa of which to go for tho benefit and, comfort of our soldiers. In Southern clime, and pMsing through the most sbkly .cation of Hi yoa'r, In addillou to tho or dinary hardships And calamities of war, how no ccJssry that we exert onreolves to admiuister to their want a relievo the sick A snfforing among them. : If wo can do thia, and administer pleas ure At home At the same time, we fulfill A double mission. The ladies Are making every ArrAnge mont to Accomplish this twofold result, lie sides table luxuries, thoy have provided for so cial oud loteilectual entertainment. Oar owo Brass Band have kindly volunteer ed their services for the occasion. Tbcy will not fuil to give us some of their best palriotio ood other Airs. Prof. Uopkiins, always a favor ite, And most welcome ou these...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 30 August 1862

God Great Natural Ally. tationt, and iS.ai l Rtias.. The impor. tance or friemllj relations with this great nd irrowinfr power cannot he easily oe estimated. It it true that Russia is an ab solute monarchy r hut there U bo doubt that advancing Intelligence will develop a proportionate degree of freedom. Indeed, tbcre are reason for believing tbat the Km- Ivire will eventually beeooae a great repub iu, or coufederaiion of republics. But while speculations upon her future roifiht be pursued with interest and probability, her actual altitude U full of present Impor- tance to us, as a people. Like tne v. a. though for a different reason, Russia stands arone among the nations- reared aad respect ed but uiibeluved. Like the U. S. she is the great distnrbcr of that ancieut engine cf d!yotisni, the balance or power. It is troe that she is so by roason of her position, extent and horoocenfoT : while we are so in virtue of the great idea of freedom which stands open hauded at oar portals, and...

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. — 6 September 1862

Ad nn'A TBI 1 A wnnnji VV JLLlJjJj 171 7" 1 TOvTTTr J?fH JL JJ LL 11 -.JLLJ 1 JLi 0 33y James ?Leecl. VOLUME XII. NO. 3G. ASHTABULA, 0., Iiclojpoxideiat in ctll tilings. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 0, 1862. SI SO in Advance, WHOLE NUMBER CG3. TERMS OF BCBwCRIFTIOII. Te Dollara'pw mini. If pll atrletlj la advene 1 to. ADVKBTHIIfO. One aqnar on wek S 0 On anuar three week 1 00 TwOMtuftraainreemo. Ha two aquar. at mm. 6 00 On iqiut thr mo, t HO On. eo,nar. tlx mo. 00 On. Mm in rar. two qnare. on. year II 00 four aqnar. on year 12 00 b.lf ooliml on joar St 00 Ba.lnea Card of not imill line per year 00 Twelv lino, or tarn of tbU alM lottor mak. a quare. OMtnerr NivHee of n.or thin Dr. Ilnm, nnlou of fnrl atar a', will b inearted at th. Mm. ret im JOB PRINTING f.v.ry de.crlptlon attended to on call, In th. moat taateful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Phy.Ulan. PR- J. C iTuiJBARD, Ashtabnla, O. 642 O-P. M'DONALD, Physician and 8arjreon located nnpnulte John kf.naSeld' Clothing Store, Main tret, Aanta...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 6 September 1862

wn wrT v rpfTrnP A PIT n ..Ymvu x x j-ijjuv. iwij. m """"ashtabu L. A i Saturday Morning, ScPt. 6, 1862. Of. Mo Ci.hi.lak hat Dol boeo pot In com mand of the federal rmj of Virginia, hai born reported and reiterated by telegraph. Tbe on' j clinngo itiKt bat beeo marlo in bi com mind !i the one announced tsj Adjutant Geo. Towusond under dte of tbe 2l which gl Tea him the command of all the fortificationa of Wash ington ,od all the troops for the defence of the Capitol. This change, opon the face or it looks like decreet one. l!ut how the telegraph does lie I Gnu GAitriKLn, on the 8ib ballot took the nomination of the Congressional Coo Ten loo at Oarretstilie oo Tneadn, by rote of 78 two more than necessary to a choice. We have not the stnte of each ballot, bnt are enabled to give tbe highest rote thrown for each geutle man was name were before the Cooveution, John tlutchina 71 D.Cadwell 27 T.rtr. 17 . . ; O. r. Browo 13 Mr. Kellogg' name was not submitted. Although we had local prefe...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 6 September 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. A Mkktino or Tim Farmer'- a Mkciianici Association, will be hold at Firemen Hall, on Saturday afternoon, Sopt. 13, at 1 o'clock. The Executive Board are urgently requested to be preaeot, and all otben Interested io the associ ation. The question shall thero, or shall there not be, a Fair In Ashtabula this Full, will be BOltltd, and arrangement made accordingly. J. P. JENNINGS, President. Ashtabula, September 4. Tn Festival of the Boldicr's Aid Society on Wedoesday evening was soccers. The at tendance was large, the entertainment happily varied with musio by Mrs. Scrogg's class of ju veniles, quartctts of adult voices, and marliul ninsio by the band, public speaking which by the way was very good, but this kind of en. tertuiumcut seldom passes for what it is worth on occasions of this nature, where attention is intended to bo unconflucd and bliaf-lly vagrant, beeutfte of the difficulty of securing attention The creature comfor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 6 September 1862

Smile and be Contented. TI) world irrnwi old. eni To CcU whilst rrkifig treanur; Anrl hal w lb want, and care, td toil, W ac-arcc hare lime (of pltanurc. Itm t.rrer ml', that it t InM Not ranch to be lainGuted : Life roll on gi J", if Cut cniila aud bo coutonted. If we ore; poor and wonM bo rich, It r.ill not l bj piiiing 5 Jf 0 t ntrmij hcnrla aiid hopeful niiod Aie? lire' bright silver liniiiff. 'J'liTo'a nt-Vr man that dared to hope, Until of hi, t-noice repented J The happiest. bouIb 011 earth are those Who smile aod be contented. When (trief dolb come to rack the heart, ' And fortnne bills us sorrow, From hope we may bleating reap, And consolation borrw. It thorns will rife where rosea bloom, It cannot Le prevented ; Bo make llio rent of life yon can, And aniile anil be contented. A milkmnn wits awoke ty a wag in the incut with the Biioonremcut that his bet cow was choking, lie forthwith jump til tin to care the h e ol lm an mal when, lot he found a turnip in the mouth of his p...

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