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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 13 September 1862

TOT "II :A from: -TO'Ti lTFt)--iA-- iTnti.iriir: . V:V v JLU JLU JLSl JLJ : JL': I3y- : imuaeis H.cecl. VOLUME "ilf.M0". 37. AsTfTABULA, 0.; Iiaclo3peiacloii.t iia cull tlaii.ig'S. SATrilDAY ioiXlAG, TI3IBE1? 13, 18(32. SI SO in Advance, AVIIOLE NUMBEB GGi. TKTIM9 op sinsciurTioji. Two nollamfner nnnm. If paid ttlttlj In dvance fl 80. Anvrnristwo. One anuar nna week M. I rwo ainre three iron, f 2 Sf, One ion a re three week 1 00 I two annarea lx nio. 6 no line n.pliir three mo, f fin two aqiiare one year On On miliar lx w 4 0" fnnr aquaraa nn year 12 00 l)n aqiiar nne year. 6 00 I half column nne year 26 00 Djtlnea Carda of not overal line pet year 8 00 Twiil v lino or leaa nf thl xlr.e letter make a nrjnar. 1 ' Obltnar? STntlee of more than Ave tinea, unleas of general ater.a , will betnaerten at ineearneraieaav . jon piiiNTisro. of avery deaorlptlon attended to on call. In the molt taatefnl manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Pliy-ilelan. DT.:J.0.II U B HARP, Ashtabula, O. 642 O. I. M'DON...

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. — 13 September 1862

and portions of Kearney's division ebo tiarliiipaled lo tbe fight. It was an It- tempt on th part or tne uooeis t mm ow left (lank, f between Fairfax end Centre' vill, cut off and deitroy our supply train, and cvra lo penetrate to Alexandria and dostroy the vt amouut of property coo centrstfd there. Tint they did not incceed In d.iimr all this ' led many to 'impose tbat we were ont irely victoriona in the figtt ; but if they did not accomplish nil they de igtifd to do, they yet compelled as to hastily abandon our line beyond Cantre villc and establish it dome distance nearer the fortification of V ashinirton. Our o in thin little affair of last night will not fall far short of TOO or 800 In killed and wounded. Ihiryee's and ratrick'a l.rlrv.rlu. iha Harris T.itrht Caval'V. ana th llhoi'io Inland CavaliT suffered severely In officer and private. The Harris Light Cavalry baa been fi(?luinjr nearly every day the pact week, and lias lost heavily. The Rhode Inland Cavalry lost nearly 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. — 13 September 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. A Ma-anna or run Farmrb'i a Mkorarics Amociatioh, wl" De h's t Firemen ' Hall, on Saturday afternoon, Be pt. 13, at 1 o'olock. The Execntiro Board are urgently requested to be present, and all other Interested la the assocl lion. The qnestlon Bha.l there, or shall there not be, a Fair In Aihtabal Ibis Fall, will be willed, and arrangements made accordingly. J. P. JENNINGS, President. Ashtabula, September 4. If the present No. of The Telegraph betrays any want of Indnstry, the reader will attribute it to the Indisposition or the Editor, and bis in ability to bestow, opon it his osaal amoant of attention. BaRju Oew. Fran Siaix, owned by Capt O. Vf. Jones, of Cleveland builder, Capt. J B. Hall, master. Registered tonnge, 397 tons carrying capacity, abont 21,000 bushels wheat The Oen. Sigcl is built In the mo.t substantial manner equnl in strength finish to anything afloat on tho lukes. Is intended to go to the Atlantic, where bu...

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. — 13 September 1862

NEVES MIND. NEVES MIND. BY DAVID BARRER. riioolJ minfortuipe dog yonr truck, Never mind ; Unite no ruinbow of the bk, New mind. Tern not to the kfl nor right Juil oot at it metiaoed blow, OnwiirJ, upward fn your might, t hool thi motto s you go ieer miui." Foo. may frilitcn friends ., Never mind. Fear not what trnduccri , S'ever mind. Single handed fight it through i '('rant not in the countlew thronp, On Ifjtioo may subdue, . With tlia.1 legion in the wrong ; Never diidJ. EhoulJ you meet viih pointless tiara, Never miud. Kvcry fool by in$tinct crr, Never mind. Let f rawr8 sc ribble if lliey will : Men of nerve aie never slain Hy one' firing tVitongh a quill "l'ajier bulltti of the brain Never mind. Each shall juct get what he earns, Never oiiud. Kosils ore long which have no turns. Never niud. Yielding up the other check, Dropping humbly oo the knees, Closing lips wheo dared to apeak, W1U oot do iu time like tliese ; Never mind. A Talk with the Rebels. One of the Tribune correspond...

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. — 20 September 1862

1 . 7 M7 711171 TT "rr.Tr VV JQjJimjU 1 m I f!J n " ii j 1 n fi-u w M H! f- O h lit vU ja' rj .U :i mm VOLUJIE XIL NCl738 f ASHTABULA, 0., Iiicieipeiacleiit In xll tliliig-s. SATURDAY HOMING, SEPTEMBER 20.1EG2..,. SI SO in .A-a-vctiace. WHOLE NUMBER 005. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. , T.i Dillari 'per annum. If paid strictly In sdvanc $1 40. AOVKHTIBIKO On, square one week S it.,.. .,.), 1 DO Two squares three mos. $ 2 5U iwn eu,Br.. nm no,. v w two squares one year ft 00 l... ,,,r three nl. 0 1 i. l no four squares one year 12 00 C,hj squars on. year. , 00 I half solum on ysar 26 00 Butiaess Cards of not Trst lines-pet year ' 8 00 : Twelve lines r less of tlilf site Utter make inar. . Obituary Notices of mon than llvs Tinea, unless of general ntcr,l', will be Insetted at thsaaroe rat aav JOB FRUITING. . of every description attended to on Mil, In the most tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physician. 1)11. J. C. H U BR ART), ABMnl,Q:LCl? O. T. M'DONALT). Phvsician nnd Burgeon located n...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 20 September 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASIITADULAi Saturday Morning, Sept. 20, t362. UNION STATE TICKET. ji'Dos or tornKma cnvT, IKiKKMIl T. B1CCI, Of CuTkhogs. SKAUKTAar OF STATS, W. . KI1KOM, Of Belmont. AtfOSXKT OlSKftat.. rilAfJIsCEY K. OLDS Of FreokliD. ii-nooL roMatrsKfoKftit, WM, D. HKRK1.I:, OfWirtc. BOARD t TTIW.tC WOKKS. JOIIX B. GREGORY, Or ScioU. t'nlott Somlaee for CrairiU) IwlH Dili. J. A. GARFIELD, Of rorUge. UNION COUNTY TICKET. For Anditor, J. C. A. BVSIlNKLLi For Recorder, M. P. ATKlSBl For Commiwioner, JOSEPH D. HttBERTi For Infirmity Director. ISAAC B. 8TKTE7ES, For Coroner, BARZILLA VIETS. WAR NEWS. The latest news is to Tburtday noon. Harper's Ferry was ocenpird but briefly by the rebels, so brit fly that they were an ble to secure the londer taken. A severe battle took place At Sliurpsburg on Tuesday, in which the fighting is represent ed as terrific, and the rebels A3 hard press cd. The rebel Gen. Longstrrct is wounded and a prisoner. Gen. Houkcr is wounded in the foot. The rebel...

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. — 20 September 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. No Fai. At a meeting or tlie Farmers and jtiecliatilo'i Aaaoclatlon.Sept. 13.lt wi resolved, that, for reason rell ondoratood, it It Inexpedi ent to tio'.d a fair, this teaaon. It Is not In , Unded thril ollr lair ihall be permanently dis continued, unlaw It Is decided that tyrants and traitors shall rale the "land of the tret" thug de Blroylng forever oor peace and prosperity. C. G. CALKINS, Sec'y. Okdmlt Wtatt, of ihe Hth N. Y. Duttery, Who sent as a commnnlcatioo reflecting upon John IT. Metcalf, a member of the battery, now wishes to correct those strictures. It is honor able to correct an error, but it is not worth while to jump at conclusions, and make haste to proprogate them, when the welfare of another is at stake, and no one else has a farth ing to coin or lose in the matter. Tui Comnkact Fair took place as was stated last week, but it bad to bear up under many . discouragements. The threatened Invasion of the State...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 20 September 1862

From the N. Y. Evening Post. THE NEGRO ON THE PENCE. riratkcn to what I now Hnte, Anil on ll nor, rmviitate. A rmronf-r wilh grist for mill, Vi Inllutt t hottom of, hill. A brawny r.cgra pnnwd that way, go etoot lie might a lion ily. "I'll put my fhmiMrr to tho whfe'i IT you'll beslir your heroo's heelf T 80 niJ the African, ami mado A 1 If to render timely aid. "No", cried the wagoner "itand back 1 I'll tulte no help from one thal'i black And to the neffro'a groat turprise. Flourished his whip before his eyes. Onr "darkey" qnick Bkedadilleii theoce. And at opoo the wayside fence. Tlten went the wagoner to work, Ami lushed his horses to a jerk ; Jitit ell bi effort were in vain With g.cnt, and oath, and whip, and reign, The whccla bodged not a single inch, And lighter grew the wagoners pinch. Directly there came by a child With toiling step and visiouwilif. Father, laid sho, with hunger dread, W furnish for the want of bread. . .Then spnke the negro : If ycro will III help your hors...

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. — 27 September 1862

A-ciiTnn:A ITU UJU M 171 W I -.-.XT nnim JLU JLJJI2JU B A M7; VV 33y James DFLeecl. VOLUME XII. NO. 39. ASHTABULA, 0., Ind.eiDerLc3.erLt in ctll tlalrLgrs. SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 27, 18G2. 31 SO lrv Advance, WHOLE NUMBER COG. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Two DollariTper iinra. If paid etrietlj la advance 1 to. ADTKRTIRIRO. Two three On sqnar on week t eqnarea mot. $ S, on fine eqnareinree wbwi a w Ono nar three moi. 1 SO Om square ail moe. 4 00 One hut on year. 00 two equarea tlx mot. twn square or year fnnr aquarea on year half column om year 4 06 a oo 12 oo it oo oo Basin Card of not am ill lines pet year Twelve line or Imi of this alt letter mak a square. Obituary Notices of mom than Ave Ilnoa, unless of general alarms', will be inserted at th sam rat wi JOn PRINTING, f OTOrjr daserlptloe attended to on call. In th anost tasteful BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Phyatelana. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O. 642 O. P. M'DONALD, Physician and Surgeon located nr.pn.ll Jhn Mansfield Clothing Store,...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 27 September 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. , ASHTABULA: ; Saturday Morning, Sept. 27, 1862. UNION STATE TICKET. jrno. or icrREMU cocrt, rntiKMi t. BACtii Of Coyaboga. . , iiitaieTAir or mats', W. . KENNOIV, Of Belmont. ATTORNEY OI.NKAU CHACIVCBT W. OIVS, 01 Franklin. 0 SCHOOL COMMtWlOKFR, HH.D.HEIKLE, Of Warren. board cr rrm.io works. JOHTf B. OREOORT, Of Seiola. ITatlwti Brnnfnw for Conrn, 10th Dlt. J. A. GARFIELD, Of rorUge. UNION COUNTY TICKET. For Auditor, J. C. A. BCIH.M11I For Recorder, in. p. atkiksi For Commissioner, JOSEPH D. Ill'LBERTi For Iiifirmay Director, ISAAC B. RTETEKIi For Coroner. BARZItLA TIETS. Eighteenth Cokg. Di-t. TI10 union con grestional con Tin lion in the Cleveland dis trict met at Clevclaud on Tuesday last for nominating a successor to Mr. Riddle. The balloting was began with eight candidates before the contention, who held on through tome seven or eight ballotings, when the straggle was conlinned to the 12th, by the Long. Messrs. Kiddle and Udgcrton, judges Hitchcock and Spauld...

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. — 27 September 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Tbs latest news M' we go to prees on Tliiirs Jay evening, Is, llial tho rebel , are fortlfving at Ccntorville, and that all was qultt el Jtig the Potomac. A Journeyman Printer ranted at tbi office Immediately. Sfkoial Noticb The Grand UWer Congre galional Coufeience will rneet at West Andovert the Dnt Tuesday in October next The open ing aermon it to be preached by Tier. It. II. Conklin of Ashtabula. Service to commence at 2 o'clock r. M. L.8. ATRIN'8,6tated Clerk. Baybrook, Sept. lth, 1M2. SouihwicVa Battery, hy the latest informa tion -prirnte lettcaa under date of 4th inrt. were at Mdrfreenboro, Tenu. making their way towards Nflshville. Blip Rrntino. The slips in the Methodis" E. Cborch in thit tillage, will be rented for the ensuing year, on Saturday the 4'h dny of Octo ber, at 1 o'clock, afternoon. Out ?jirrl IIumkbs returned from Cln cirnati oo Friday evening, wlihoat casualty. The campaign, though an arduous one, a te...

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. — 27 September 1862

! I. Head: Quarters, OmFt Orik No. 1. A Vn ERISAS, CVrtain Pertont in 1 A.hjh.ira. arc the snrrfmnillnf A.Mshotw, arc enrremnnini tnwas, er defrend. a.- ihii wnoMiiilif of their Hard Mm i of their Hare aarntnre la in way or ear .. irf. .t h'rh nM and of Inferior quality. Be U mln LtMt I, Jot Boa.rt,emwaaaantef thin lepertwevit 1.1 oler, and It in ft lew from th.s rtatt That all persons In a-ortheTe itMn, rlrMrmrsof rmrrHastng (rVweervcs, Staple w Vet. Doou . ffasinr (Vllnvr.Hitf k (Vee, . Ae. in entered to eta mine the (took of lluktll aerst.be a,,, pm-ehs'tcg at any of tbe anmerwue awe Hern Geosrerae .bat aaa be bund In thin Department, llllllll & Bo, Bee JcM reserved moftbtM ntoeM stock ef lo te rVaad ta this County, which tbsy 'V"'' " , -' . ' r. . Cask ea lun i Quick Sales and Small Profits," k our Motto Oar Stock consult of ; . ' ' Staple Dry Good, Soots and Shoos, Ha is and aps ciiOTmrTQ. And one of the largest Assortments of Fresh Grocer' to be fouod ia Northern Ohio, to ...

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. — 4 October 1862

prjn a "Din a AS (I V TPI)TO Vv JUJllil n TP KIT .TOfltt A w J 23-y 0" CLines n.eccl. VOLUME XII. NO. 40. ASHTABULA, 0., Indopendent in ctll tliliags. SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 4, 18C2. SI SO In. Advance, WIIOLE NUMBER GG7. TKRMI OF BtTBSCRIPTIOW. . Tw Dollars pat iniium, If psld rtrletly In KmM $1 60. AnvKiticim10' threMi. I On sonar on week c. One square three weak 1 00 two squares tlx mo.. (OA On aqitare three moe. M two squaree one year 8 00 On. K.n.r. t mo.. 00 ft"" eqnere. on year 12 00 On nqu.ro on. year. 00 hlf column on (W 18 00 Business Cards f ' ' line pot year I 00 Tw.W. lino, or 1M or this site lotto? mko a square. Obituary Notlaoo ofatoro ih At lines, unices of general atereet, wtllbelnaertedatthesemeraUaav JOB PRISTIHO. ' f every deserlptloa attended to ooomll. In tho KMi.tU.Ufal BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Phvetelana. DR. J. C. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O- 6? 0. P. M'DONALD. Pbvsician and Surgeon Ineated opnolta John MansOeUra Clotfalof 8 tor. Mala twet, Aehubula,0. O. wTfOSTER, E...

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. — 4 October 1862

. mtT,rtn I WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. A S II T A 1$ U I,.A i Saturday doming, Oct. 4, 1662- UNION STATE TICKET. Jt'liG 0 DUI'RRMI COl'ST, miKKMK t. Binii of ' ; Of Cuyahoga. in mnr-.TARr or sTata, W. . KKJfHOJI, Of Belmont. a ATTORKKV riuimcKT . oim Of Frnklio. UrnOOf. CfniMlBSlOHltlt, W1I, D. lIBIKLFt Of WtrreB. BOARD CF PCHI.tO WORKS. JOHN B. CREOORT) Of ScioU. J atoll Nomina) for Congnu, llx Vitt. jr. A. GARFIELD, Of rortajje. UNION COUNTY TICKET. For Auditor, J. C. A. BVSHlSELLi Fot Recorder, H. t. ATK1JIS, For Cornmifwioner, JOSEPH D. HtLBKRTl For Infirmny Director, ISAAC B. STEVENS) For Coroner, feAfcZlLLA VIICTS. Amendment to the Excise Tax Bill The following amendment which has not found ha way into very general circulation, will be round of special interest at this time, when the stamp duties are supposed to go ioto eflVct.whiie the fact is patent tbat the government is odIj partially ready to furnish stamps, and more de lay must necessarily occur before the various kinds shall hav...

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. — 4 October 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY JAMES REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. O. VT: Numo,' Denttst, will b.o In rooms ittlie I'Lk Koum, Monday Oct. 6lb, an remain during 4ti week. Go and see hii beau lifut peclrrtona of ltubbct1 work, and learn bis prices, before milking arrangmonta elanwWe. It cno refer you to a' hundred persona In tbe county w.'io wear bit work satigfactor'ly .'., ; The Couxtt Faid. AdTer-ecircumitnn-cei prevented our attendnnco at tbe county fair, and we ara therefore, lo no ai'.nation to .speak or It with any degree of Intelligence derived Tram personal bbservatlon; We Icftrn from the Sen tinel, that the reonlt of the determination of the Society to face eery untoward aspect, and by dint of onorgy to oornmund success, wag, a good Fuir, compttiring well with those of other years. Tn some of the' departments it bns not been ex ceeded. ' II was wcllattendad ,ahd;iUd'receipt show that It was not k Tullure.' k",tH . Aaiuci'MTBAt. Ei.ectiox. At the annnal ktion of officers or the Ashtab...

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. — 4 October 1862

EPITAPHS. O tK Barritltr Sir John Strang i Her iia o boucjat ib-t '- Sttasgs. On a Fixen. This ton rainsd by Sarah's lori, pfot Sarah's Virtues to record, t or lliej'ro well-known ll Oie town, Cut it wu raited to keep hor down On Butler, Author of Hudibras. When Bailer need wretch 1 was still alive, No ffeoeroot patrons would a diooer give I Ft bira whn starved tod lamed to dust. Presented with mounmeotal bast I The povt't Cat ia hart la tmblera shown, Me eaked fbr bread, and replead tteoe 1 On Butler, Author of Hudibras. THE PRESIDENT'S PROCLAMATION. From the N. Y. Tribune. It Ic the beginning of th eod of the re ImIIIod ; the beginning of the Dew II ' of the tntlon. God blct Abraham Lincoln 1 From The Albany Journal. Of the rlghifulluess and righteousness of tbia Proclamation, we Lave uo aouul or absdow of doubt. Slavery la the cause of a Rebellion wbicb. baa caused oa Millions of Treasure and Hecatombs of Lives. Tbis Rebellion against a Government which pro tected and cheri bed a...

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. — 11 October 1862

a ciir unn a JLjA Jlil l fi: rlk JO By iTames H.eed. VOLUME XII. NO. 41. ASHTABULA, 0., Indeipeiacleiat in ctll tlxiias'S. SATURDAY DOMING, OCTOBER 11,. 1802. SX -30 1 in ; J.cXycxiGC'. J. i T-yyj WHOLE NUMBER CC8. TERMS OF gVBSCItlPTIOM. Iwo DolUra per mourn. If Jd rtricllj In tdrftticc $1 60. ADVERTIMNO, Hm annir Ana - k ft tV) Tn tnnhKi thmmni. t 4 OneiiinirethrMWfek" 1 00 One Aquar thr mot. S M On Rfittare fit m. 4 00 On .o,,.r nnf vpar. 6 00 two nquare nlv Inn. A two Aquai-M on yuar H font fiqunrf r nno jir 12 nan cniumooDO year ito of not otcTl Hhf Mf Tfar rai llna orloMof thta alt tottor matte ft inn are. OMtnarv Notl of more than flr flnM, nnlenii Of general A 111 W. I A at ItlBHtna tlA aon pniNTixo bf every description attended to on call, In the moattftntefUl BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physician. DR. J. 0. HUBBARD, Ashtabula, O- J42 0. P. M'DONALD, Physician and Snrpron lorstel nppo.lt John MansSclil' Clothing- Eton, Main itreet, Ashtabula. Q. '3 6. W. FOSTKR, Eclectic rbysicion ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 11 October 1862

tirot (X-iai Policy of insur ance, or other Instruments by httPTjir Titm 'hould be called, hereby any lnnrnce shall ba mill npon a7 life or lis Wban monoi lnaard sball Dot ficf'd $1,000 Abo ft. 000 tnd doI abova 5,000 Abo? $5,000 lvtnranc, (Marin, Inland and I'rs.) Each policy of insaranca or oi her ttiniraraeat, by whatever mime the iiibo shall bt colled, by which iMurance sball bt made- or Tetiewtd upon property of any de- "criptioo, whether against perila by the sea or by fire, or other peril of any kind, made by Insurance company, of its agents, w by any cilier company or per- . soa t ......... Least, BKrefment, memorandam,. contract for the hire, use, or reut of any land, teucuMDl or portion thereof If lor period of time not above 3 years If for a pariod abova three yean . . . Miniftst for custom honse entry for clearance of the cargo of any lip, tcssel or steamer for a for eign port If tic registered lounge of ?ncn, cs atl or steamer dues noi exceed three hundred tons Atiore t...

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. — 11 October 1862

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. BY REED. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. , Musical Convention. Wo would cnll tpecinl attention to (be notice under tho dead of Arte Advertisements, of m call for conten tion ofllie friends of manic in tliis place on Tue ddjr ceil. These cotimtilioD. are looked upon with derp Interest, nnd their Importance rccognie cd by Ihe friends or ling. Otr community , we be. lieve arc prepared to extend their hospitality to those who may attend, as is customary. Letters from Souibwirk's Batter, after a -long silence, have been received from Louisville, where but a short stay was expected. Tho health ol the men was generally good, though a feu cases of sickness existed. Among the num ber ia O. A . DoLPB.of this, village who has been In hospital at Bowling Green, we believe. Tho box made op at this office for several meinbors of the battery from this vicinity has been for warded to Louisville In obedience to a telegraph ic dispatch from Scrgt. Paci.cs. The Martha) informs us tlmt out o...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 11 October 1862

THE CABINET AND THE PROCLAMATION. Tin- Af tlira is. mch iunuj 5a i ejgfcrtJ ' t'n posh ion of the iliflVrout members of the Cabinet on (be rmiieir'etioii proclamation H is proper to state lha, at ft Cabiuol Msetinj? on Tnesdiiy, the question of ii approval was not submitted by ibe Pnsi dent, bo bating made np bis mind to llie act, ami beiiifr desirous only of. consulta tion OQ two or Untie of its clauses; but it is known that ccrtnij Cbase bus from tho Ural bet n a most (b-cided advocate of ' Ike measure, ii which lit) has tier-n aioder ' tt Biiiniuol b Secretaries Welles and Bates. Secretary Stanton has lon; favored ny measure that will strike Slavcry.tbongb not specially advocating the prod u ma lion. Secretary Blair continued bitter in his op . position, to the Inst, as of late was Secre tary Smith. Secretary Saward, hat all along been known to be unfavorable to the act, ihitigh not as outspoken in his opposi tion as Secretary Blair. Every noble building gives iufluence to , bett...

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