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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 23 January 1864

ASHTABIM: ;WE EKLY hpim WiB add By tX ames DR.ee d. VOLUME XIV. NO. IV. f -ASHTABUIA,., iff,!: IncioreiiciorLt , in clII tilings. SATURDAY HORNING. JANUARY 23, 1864. SI SO in av: WHOLE NUMBER 735; TKRXIS Or SVBICBIPTIOS. , Two Dollar, per ttiin. II paid .trttlly la advanc. $l,to. ADVERTIIlira. two annar. three moi. $ f ft. two squares six mm. 6 Of two nqnare. on. year 8 00 fonr square od. jmt 19 0 half column on y SI 00 0ne aquae there week. 1 00 M eoner tare, moi. 1 Ml Oh iqwi all mm. 4 00 Ham tour. e year. I 00 aelnesl Card of not emrilA lines per year T 0 Waive line or Imi f thU iluMKi make aoar Obituary ICotloea ofmor than See Hne, arileas of gener,, Strut, will b koorted .1 lb. earners .bora. jon prikting. atvry description attended to on tall, la tb moattaetefu ' anemier. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DB.-W..M. EAMES.rhysteion and Surgeon' (late ffuigeon JJut Rg. 0. V.) Office and Residence on Perk iltmet .erooaite (J tor ft Hll'i Piano and Melodeon Pepn A.hMwl Ohio, i .. .. .. .'0 8 G....

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. — 23 January 1864

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASUTADULAi Saturday Morning, January 23, 1864, . Dpi or ths. Skins oc the , Timis In t ! r, ' - .' - m s a . a. a- xne (senate, on mesaay, oi ibsi weea, Air. nendcrion, of Msonrl, submitted certain prpoecdaieminwntB; to the cotiitltotlon. aChey declare, firat. that slaverj or iovolunte. tivervitode, eicpt as punishment for crime, ball not exist in the United States; second, ilha CorgrpM, whenever a majority of the nsemoerseWted to each n6ue shall deem ' I( meccesarv, ma; propofe amendments to .ha constitution, or on application of the llegUIatnrci of sv majority of the several tatt, shall call a convention for procuring amendment!, which, in either case, shall be voted to ail intents and purposes as part of vlbe constitution when ratified by the legis latnres of two ttrds of the sereral states or 'by conventions in two thirds thereof, as the .one or (be other mode of ratification be pro . posed by Congress ) ' i''' Tb emanation of inch a proposition from tie Senato...

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 January 1864

WTNCOOF'8 ICELAND PECTORAL. Mmwh of fh TbrnaVT'hest and Pulmonary Org,, er ver preveleut, Inalriiira and dangerous. Th properties of andiela to alleviate, ear end uproot these complaints. meat be Kxpeetorant, Anodyne ana invigorating, inoeenine the mucus of tha throit, and Importing ton to tha antlra eyetvm. .No dtecnvory Id medical science ever msetered thl elese of disease Ilka )r, Wankoop's Iceland Pectoral . It h) ased with tha aioat astonishing raaulta in all eases of Bron chills, Inflnenae, Whooping Cough, Mptherla or Putrid fore Throat, Asthma, Croup, Coughs, Cold, Nttvou Irritability, Tha RV. J. i. Pott rtlfl, that I ed I Wynkoon'a PaeUml mr several years, myself nd In my family, for sever Pulmonary Complaint, and bv recom mended It to many others, and hav nr seen Ita tonal. - Har. 1. 1. Potter, Brooklyn, N. Y." Hundreds and thonaanda of Important testimonials eoold bjirodrd, (bowing lti remarkabl curat and that It Mrar ' It to eompo.ed of port Iceland Mom, Balm of Ollaad, P...

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 January 1864

The Dead Heroes of the Past Year. . Th following beaulliul poem on tha dead itroea of tba year just gone, Is from tb gifted pec of Aatom Q. Cheater, Eeq. i v I. Tt im id song of strife and haste, ' Of bitter feud and battling host, 0' martyr blood and martyeU Life, Of victory and iu feartJ coat r Tbey fell on fair Virginia's slope, On Penhaylvanla'a fertile tartna, On Alabama'! fragrant plaint -Hm Minted heroes of our arm. r Tb Knlptor throws around their namci The glories of his perfect art, And on their hallowed graves ihall grow. - Tbe deathless myrtle of the heart. , We write their deeds with loving pride , On memory a faireet, holiest page O, ranisbed Vearl thy hands has reaped The rarest harvest of the Age 1 II. The very snow which nature sheds . " On sinful Earth, to hide her stains, -Is red with more than kingly blood ' Which flowed la more than kingly veins. c 2 know not When the strife shall end i When all the bells of Peace shall peal, And drown the harsher notes of war. ...

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 January 1864

EEKLY By James 3R.ee cl. Sl SO XXX Advalico. VOLUME XIV. NO. V. ASHTABULA, 0., 8ATUHDAY M0BM1SG. JANUARY 3U, 18G4. WHOLE NUMBER 736. LA TELEGfRAP m a a . a i a - r i a ' w a " a a TK11M8 OF SUBBCniPTIOR. Tut Dollar, per annum. It paid strlctl) In advance $1,60. ' , l ADTBHTIIIKO. AH qf tn. Week I 6( a sonsrethree week 1 00 On. square thr. nw. S 60 So ur. .in mo.. 4 Ofl n square on. year. 6 00 Two aqoareethreemos. $ t eg two Rqtmr.ii nix mna. O0 two squares on. year 00 rant squares on. year 12 00 hlf oolnmn on. year 2 00 mines. Crd of not overall line pt year S Ou Vwelvellne. orlee.of this site letter make .square. -Obituary Notices of more tin n nr. 1 In.., unless of fener,, .r..t, Will be Inserted .1 tli. same rt M above. I - JOB PR1MTIHO. 4f svery d.scrlpttoe attended to on call. In tb. moet testeftt m.nn.r. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Phwetelnns. DIL Wi M. EAMF.S. riijBiolan and Pnrpeon (late Snieeon 2let Tig. O. V.) Office nd Residence on Park niicnjn nj. .',...... . .r...... ... .... ....

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 30 January 1864

WEEKLY TELEGRAMI. ASHTABULA. Saturday Morning, January 30, 1864. "-- Oni PKiTitiAT Th lat boduaI report f the offlcer of the FeDlten'iary, contain tie following luTormation concerning tbk In tttntlom ...... .. t On th. lt of November, 1862, thre were In the PeoltenMary 768 oolci ?30 men and 18 women. During the year ending October Slat, 186S, there were received 260 men end 20 women, making the total number ta the in ttitotron daring that period, 1,048. There were discharged by expiration of eentence, 239; by Goternnr'i pnrdon, 47; Fre.ii1ent pardon, 1, died. 10, escaped, 4; allowance of writ of error, 4, sent to Reform Farm , 8 to tal 308. The nnenber remaining In confinement October 81st, lt?63, was 740709 men and 31 women. The coontiea (ending the largest num- ber of convict dnring the jenr. were! Cnya. . tioga, 39; Hamilton, 34; Lucas, 27, and Mont gomery, 10. Twenty five conntiet sent no del egate. f The fojlcwlng ia an exhibit of financial trans 'aetiona of the Institution dur...

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 January 1864

WTNOOOP'a 10 BLAND PECTORAL. fMeeares of the Thrtmt,"Chest and rltnnnery Orgsee. ere ever prevaleut. Insidious and dangerous. Ths piopertlee of a medicine to nllevlsle, em linn nnrnnt these complaints, must be Kspeetnrant, Anodyne and Invigorating, loosening th Riartii of the Ihrrtkt. and Ininartlnr tone to the entire system. No discovery In medical silence ever mastered this elsao of diseases like lrr. Wnnknop's Iceland pMtanl. H te ased with th most estonlshlng results In ll eases of nron ehltl, Infloeom, Whooping Cough, Dlptheria or Putrid rore Throat, Athm, Croup, Coughs, Colds, biervoue Irritability, The Ret. J. t. Potter certifies. - ttt ' . TV'ynkonps Pectoral for seven.1 years, myself end In mjr family, for severe Pnlmnnarv Complaints, snd have recom mended it to many others, and have never eeen Its isinal. Kev. J. J. Potter, Brooklyn, N. Y." TInndrsda and thonesnds of Important testimonials ennld be produced, showing IU remsrfcable cures and that It arrsr fail: It la compos...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 30 January 1864

Published by Request. Published by Request. The Lowell Factory Girls to Brooks, the Intamons. 1 r : . i H factory girl vi Lowell hate gien 'kprMion to tbeir feeling" ( the Bum fttr o-t'rege, bf lending P. S Brovks thirl fitott of tilctr, (8 c nt pirces,). rnS winding thttt, with the follow lug let ief expressing ibvir sen'luients t Mr. B Sir. P-eeeifing b h Pnh,ie rrlnU lht tour friend are Tiist "P' ion to tlirlrnciiilmmi towards ,nu j rn-li .lokni. of esteem, me. too, the luctnr- girU M Lowell, leimed lij Southerner. iW.rll.etn tfilafea, yet who are not uh 1 jut -U 6n not to, anttemtnud to irf rmn detest -to lilior.wt'b ell llie )Hip'rij, lintnin it. mid iliifiii'T f if omen. iuiiI as the frte diinhternf Nw Eeitlainl, j uu late hare. nnnder.m liraml. cow-nrdlf at fark niton two of New Entfliiiid'n bMii mid nulile men, Senator Sumner of MusshcIhi mi. Ilia rliMmiiion of Irn-il'iin for those whit now wear 'nutit n ftltert. ami the watchman anil ttrie.ari l Hie mailt nf 'be 5orlliili I...

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 February 1864

nn ELEGf H3y James :Reed. Incieieziclont in etli tilings. SI SO in. -Au(3.vetnco. VOLUME XIV. ' NO. YI. ASHTABULA, 0., SAT II 1(1) AY HOMING. FEBRUARY G, 1864. WHOLE NUMBER 731, WEEKLY .EAPB, : j t - t ' ' ' ' A CI ITAB.ULA ' TKRMI OF VBBCxt.FTI01I. Two foliar per urn. It pa' Mtletl la advarte (1,(0, ADVBRTIB1. 4) eaaar. en. week f 40 Two squ vii three, moi. $ t to two equate, ill bios. , 4 00 two sqaaree ono rear 00 foursquares one jeer 1100 half eolumn out rear tt to nne equare three week. 1 00 eaaar three root. 1 M one square lil bios. 4 00 One aquar on nr. 00 Ibom Card of ot aver sis lines pet year Oi Tw.lr.tla.. or less Of this six. letter mak. asqnar.. Obltaarv Notices of toor. tlio Bve lines, ' of general toroit, will bt Inserted t tho M mo rU as abor.. JOD PHIHTIKO . : i tXtrm a.aorlntloa attended to oneiU, In tit aioit tasteta manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physician. DR. W. M. EAMES. Physician and Surpreon triate Poigeon Slst Bg. O. V.) Office end Reeldrarw en I'.rk Street , ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 6 February 1864

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA: . f - V Saturday Morning, February 6, 1864. - The Ohio Senate bet panned the Horn- bill . A.H tccept th Cotif rosaloDtl grant of land for o agricultural college, ' The New Copperhead Church Convention, Vbjofc .net at Colombo! on Wednesdny lat Was mplete failore. A few old gran Dies, who ee teral weak-minded women, only rere In at tendance. High-priest Olds headed the gang. Toe title adopted by them la the " Christian 'Union Cbrrcb." Martyb Olthi on ran IUxpaoe. The blexi- ed martyr Old and hit frienda tried to kick op rumpos la the Hoose, oo Saturday last, bat Tnr.de miecrable failure. Olds' speech was a 'plea Tor martyrdom. His object wan to exas perate the majority 10 that he swould be ex pelled from tha House, and thos obtain from the people the eympathy which he tecda for bis new church. No reply was made to him; tbo members regard him as harmless as a dove. Anetrian and Trussiuc troops are muking a desocot upon Schlcswig, and Denmark is yield ing , ...

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. — 6 February 1864

SrECIVL NOTICES. nVvMr w rrv f, ( ' , . S-T-1680-X. Brake' Plantation Bitten. . . r i I -a r , . . , I 1 II r " ' . The (MrUy, (rtretitrtken lavlroiata. ' They create healthy appetite. .. They are antidote to ehanr.e of water anrtoiet. They overcome effect of dlaalpatlnn and late hour. They etrenrlhen t.h. ayatem nl liven the mind. , They prevent mtaaroatte und intermittent fevera. V ' Thee rnirlfe the breath end acidity of the atomacb. 'I'hey ear Pyapapala und Conetlnatloo. , They cure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbn. They earn l.lver Complaint and Nervoua Heartache. Th ere tht beat -Hitler In the ww Id. Thry make the weak man itmw and r eKheunted nature1! uveal reatnrer. Th.y are made of pure Ht. Crola Hum, the celebrated Call lay Hark, root and herb, anil are taken with the pleanr of Uteri , without rrrd to a. or time nf day. Parte eularly reeommowded to delteata peraona requiring a (ten lit atlmulant. Sold bv all Grocer, lini(rnlt, Hotel and Bar aa. P. II. DltAKE k Co, 2l2 B...

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. — 6 February 1864

X rllf Of SLYMT-Th lit Of Ker tack" regards tverj black mm ol'bin Nr bordtra iUt qdIiI the outrarj ia rnofe-l Utdef this- rait William Cl&ik,; cejered 0 from tbii city, wboii veil sown to many of oar clticnn, bit been rrteted la Bolllt coaoly, and for ibo pat two roonibi bis been In lbs county Jail wilting tbi fount of law Decease ry to ef fect hit otlirtmeot. A gentleman from Lollit, wbom we mil today, accidentally mentioned the cite, md tiys tbe ule of Clirk U idtertlted to tike piece io a few dJaye. Clara left tbia city io company wiih nllitiry ffioer,!ind by some ankoowo caoii became . detached from bia fricoda. Dd wee ee'afd by tbe aaihoritiea ii a run eeayalave. He wee loin, e Ul eve, Id Iveweeeiie, la tbie Stile, end we bope this notice will meet tbe eye of acme frteud who will at once proceed with tbe Decenary tes timony to aave' him from tbe horrors of Slavery., . u . Tbis Is a beautiful ajiltm, which would coiUtc a recmaa simply oa account of bis cobr, . A few aucb occ...

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. — 13 February 1864

7 : ASHTABULA . . I 7 v w I v hp ft w a d a d J iLU JUa.JlJ JL JL JIJ.IUUijH.JI II fcri o -I. ,' DB3r James, , Reed. IndQipenclerLt in all tilings. SX SO In Advance. VOLUME XIV. NO. VII. ASHTABULA, 0., SATURDAY MORNING. EEBRUARY 13, 1864. WHOLE NUMBER ' 738; TERMS OF UBBCRIPTIOW. ?T. Two DolUr per annum, li ptd -tilctij la advne 11,68. 'dT. ' 'ADVEHTHIKO. Oii,iTonwek 60 Two en,nare three mo. f f Jo On equar three week 1 00 two aquarea nil moa. 6 00 0 i aquare three moa. t 60 two aquare on year J n qiir ill mon. 4 00 four aqnare on year j O i6 square on year, t 00 half column one year 00 aslaeas Caroe of not overeli line pet year r . I 0. Twtr Until or less of this the letter m a qnar. Obituary Kotlee of nor than Be line, anlwujof general erTt,wlllbelnrtedttbeamernteibor. ' J jon pniMTiwa. f every deaorlptlon attended to on call, In the niot taatefa manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Physicians. DU. W. M. KAMKS. Thypicifln nn3 Purpeo (Into Soigeon Slut Rg. O. V,) Office Md Residence on Par ...

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 February 1864

VEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA! Saturday Morning, February 13, 1864. 8aaToa Bayard Mr. Bayard hM resigned bit seat. II la man of intmnl talents, bat the disclaimer on I he pert of Garrett Davis or complicity with treason, followed by Lis rctlg' nalloo, place bia consistency at fault In the Bind of lb reflecting reader. Tb reuon for bi eoaree may be fonnd la the fact tbat be tree too deeply lo tbe plana of the conspirators of the Senate about tbe time of the commence ment of lb rebellion to render It proper for him to participate witb loyal Senator after ward, either io debate or tbe transaction of the mblio business. It is well, therefor, tbat be baa vacated bia teat Mr. SooUbary, hi colleagoe, was always tbe belter man of tb two, not, perhaps, io abilities, or morals, bat loyal feel i nr. Mr Salisbury is a bitter pro-slavery man, bat be has always been for tbe Union, and he took occasion to rebuke the re he! leaders when they were inculcating treason In tbe Senate, and it was a time w...

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 February 1864

SPECIAL NOTICES S-T-1680-X. Drake's Plantation Bitter. They pnrlfy, strengthen llpta. They orrate healthy rrtiv. , , . ... They ere 'Wot to change if water end Met. They oveienme effect of dissipation and late hour. They strengthen the ey stem end live the mind. They prevent mUnMlIC end Intermittent fever. They purify th bttilh nd acidity n( tht stesutie, FlMf sure Pysvepeia d Constipation. They em- Urai-rilee, ( Vilrra sen Cholera Mornne. Thp mm Llvtr Cnmnlelnf and Nervous Heedsebe. The r th beet Bitters In th wo Id. They mate Ih rank nan strong, and ar eahaneled natures great restorer. They ar mad of pure St. Crnti Ham, th celebrated Call lay Bark, root and hethe, and ar taken with tli pleaanr of a beverage, wllhnnt regard to age or tlm of day. Tart ealerrr recommended to delicate persons requiring a gentle Moral. Hold bv all Orneere, llrnrglst. Hotels and 8e MM. F.H.DRAAE A Co, Broadway, New Vera. LYON S KATHAIRON. Kathelvnn fc (mm th Greek word " Kathro," or Rath- In," l.nlhlni ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 13 February 1864

rLoicHiNO ir Stiam A writer lo tho Rural Agricultural Society. Journal it 1, England eaH attention to l be adtaDtagtf . o( icaio ploughing, which ban been Intro " tidwd tin ionic English farm, whert lb .xtriroeiil proves that it It cheaper, mora f Xitidiiiom, and more tlflclent loan hors tillage. A (team plough doca in a da the woik of from ten to twelre, or ten thirl to fort hones. It doe not tiro aa bonea do and the soil is more easily colilrated bjr it. It breaka up the aoil to the depth of ten iucbes aa easily aa a home plongb doel five . iiitLo; iLot uinkinjf a constant and great lBi roTeroeiit ui the luiid, which is better I j the brenking optif ihe subsoil. Waste aurl cor lands hate thus becomo fertile find prrdncli, and at iff clay lands hate . btt'D trausfoiuu'd iklo garden soils. Though continued steam caltare the land becomes I gh cr and moie easily worked, and several lurrucri who use it Testify that the iucreas- fd worth of their crops is t-o great that their lands have...

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 February 1864

ifl AS BULA WEEKLY nn-im IT: imflfO A TBW, --i it sm i t g i 1 I r i i -By James' Heed. VOLUME XIV. NO. VIII. ASHTABULA, 0., Ina.eeiicierLt in cill tilings. SATURDAY MQRNIKG, FEBRUARY 27, 1864. II0LE NUMBER 739, ' TERMS OF gUBSCRIPTIOH. ' Two Dalian per aanum. If paid strictly in advance f I,tO. ADVEIITISINO. .' folara ens wees I BO Twosqnaraathreemoi. - Jjj One aquarthre week 1 0 two qnre tlx not. OMKURthrunti. 160 two square on year 9 .nuiiiutiu. B 00 I half column on. rea 200 nilness Card of not ever all linen pet y . -.( Twelve line or lam of this latter maka a aqnar. Obituary Notions of mora than Bve Hw. nnles of general tarait, will ba Inmrted at th tam rate a abora. jon pRiwTiwa. bfvry description attended to on call, In tha moat tantefo manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Phyalclan. DR. W. M. EAMKS, Physician artd Sorpeon (lata Saigeon 21st R. O. V.) Office and Realdrnceon Tar Street, oppoalte George Hall'f Piano and Melodeon Pen Aahtabnla, Ohio. , J O. W. FOSTER, Eclectic Physician...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 27 February 1864

tteulh. It Is because we J freedom in 'the midst of servitude that we have order in the midst of anarchy. For the authority of law, for Ibt eccarity of property, tut the peace of our street, for ibe happiness of oor homes, oar rratitodo it due, oodcr IHn. who raises op an I palls down natlone si His pleasure, t lbs liong rsrllsmeot, to lbs Convention, sod to William ef Orange." . Mr. Spcskrtr, if we went peace tfiat in not a hollow peace we ronst follow that ex mnple aud tucks ihorengh wotk uf this p mast establish freedom in the wldl of serTltodrveud the authority of Uw iu - the midst of rebellion.. We must fill the thin tied ranis of our armies, assure them that a grcalful and li-injj people are behind them, and the; Will o down agiust the enemy bearing with tbtm the msjesty and might of a great nation. We must Mlow the march of the arm; with a law that will sweep aaey the cause of the whole terrible revolution. The war began by proclama tionand it must end by proclamation.- We ca...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 27 February 1864

Wyncoop'f. Iceland PeotorU, MJLrflhTkrl,".Ct and folmnMry erga ay Mr iimlMl, Inawllon and dengerone. Th propartlse of EUlXTto anovlaae, ' epenot ,h npl"" maul h Expectorant, Anodyne and Invigorating, ""n'n to mam oflhe throat, and Imparting ton. to "J"" nitta,. No diaewvwri M medical seienee er wrseterea tJ leas of Jlsea.ee Ilk lr. Wnrrkornys h-ehwid f trl. " " . need with the most sstonl.hing results In .11 .. "J, "J"". enlti, indoeni, Whewplng Cough, Dlpth.rU or lut'"?" Throat, Asthma, Oronp, OoBghaTOoMe, Morrow IrrttakSlty, Wynkoop'. Pectoral fuf several y. .' ' " " mended It to many othort, ? have V..HJ Y fUadred and thousands nf Important lciimnnlle could b jirodaotd, bowing Its renrarkabi ur ... It I nmpn.ed of par tclnd Moon, flalm of Ollnrl, Pern, vtan Balaam, ltlomn.no, Cnmfrey Burdock, andnlhar In valuable tumoiwt end tonic Ingredlente. It l nemilese, prompt gal leatlng. lnvlirte and mffrrm nnant nord to Reflect a triol. Every femlly should bav remark hi for troop. Foil de...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 27 February 1864

Loch Nafoleom. Th8Lomlon eorrcs pondeot of the Irish Times write; ihcre art noma whispen thai the jtriTata life of iba Emperor of tbe French it not at the present time tbe happiest. It may be that the Iwmraoce of tbe Emperor's life le ibe London efficos for a large eum is the foun dation of the rnmor; bot another bit of fosnip also lenda strength to tbe report, t mar not be altogether forgotten bal before the Einperor'e marriage be had held many yeara intimate relatione wllh Jlre. Howard, ry wbem oe usu i ... drcn. When the Emperor married, the lady . wai handsomely j.rotided for and aeot to Kugland, where before long be wae mar ried. The marriago did not turn out to be a bfippy one, and Mrs. Ilowaid returned to Taris. There U no doubt that this lady had the character to be ery clover, and of advising LooiB Napoleon at the desper ate crisis in his fate in such a raarncr as, when acted on, led ultimately to his eleva tion to the French loroue. Not long since It was announced that the...

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