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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 9 April 1864

y. . J i. i r, ill lilt f (.1- n hlu ,1 - .,. . A l-r V V JU Ji. JJ. JlUiLJ lil Vli JI u.. . - ' r '' -' i rVOLUMEXmNO.XV. i .... n( t. Independent lri a,li tningfe. ASHTABULA, 0. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1864. SI SO in Advance. WHOLE NU1IBER 7S. .TV.rknna of ibbciuptioji. Two Dollar ft annum. I) paid atrletly in advene $1,50. ' ' ' ' ' ADVERTtSISp. rn aquar on wnt I SO n aquar thra week 1 00 ' tin aquar thro mot. S to ' I in aquar tin mo. 4 00 ejn aquar on year. 8 00 Two aqnarea three mps, t I Jo two square ill bhw. (00 two nqusre on year 8 00 fnurequareeon year ' ID 00 half column on )W SS fa nines Card of not ovarii lines pr ye 0 , twlr Hum or lm or thla ls Utui' mek a aquar. ' " Obituary Notice of mors than 8vHos, anleee of general Urtereat, will b Inserted at tb am rat aa above. j on primtiwg. ! vry description attended toonoall. In tbi nost tester mantaer. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. r, : " rijrsleln. - a . .. . Vrtt. W. M. EAMF.8, rhyslclon and Surgeon 3 (lata Rail goon flat Rg. O....

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 April 1864

YEEKLY TSIGRArll. A S H T AB ULAi , ' Saturday Kornlr.g, April 9, 186. ; Union State Convention. STATE UNION CENTRAL COMMITTEE. STATE UNION CENTRAL COMMITTEE. COLUMBUS, O, March 22, 1864. y The XJndors'gWd, representing' the Union VfaoUatloo. In th State of Ohio, hereby Jovite HnirV-, wta of id Stat who desire the toncoadittona. wiaiuUlnuhcs af (h Union, the opramacy t h Constitution, and the Com- rlete eapprssloe ef the existing rehelton, with , the CMN thereof, by Ik wlgortis war end ell apt . nl efficient mesne, to tend delegates to a Cort- ;. mention to aarmble at Co'cmbus on Wednes- -aliiy, the 2.1th dj of May next, at 11 o'clcck : & M., for the pqrpot of selecting four dele ' and foar alternate! to represen I the State . 'lo the National Union Coorention, to be held t lq the city of Baltimore on the 7th of Jnne e est, to Dominate candidates for President and 1 Vice Freaident of the United States. ' " "' The Convention will also nominate esndi- alates foe the following offi...

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 April 1864

SPECIAL NOTICES. S-T-1680-X. Drake's Plantation Bittern. They ffflrlfy, strengthen end Invigorate. . . a Thee create healthy eppe'- . . They are aa antidote aa ehanrraef emter end diet. They mnmM dtselpsM"" end lets h-mr,. Tbey etreoethew the yleea end allveu the mind. 1 hay purify the breath and acidity or im alomacn. Tha wirt nvanenala and Unnsttnallon. Triay ear. Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus. that aura l.lvea-Onavnlatnt ana Nmimi Headsehs. f bar are the bant Blttere la tho em W. Tbcy make tha waali im steam;, and ara ha-ated net tire" a great restorer. They ara and of para HI. Croli Hum, Uia celebrated Call lava Bark, to"'" and herbs, and ara taken with tlia pleaaur afe boverai-a, without regard to age or time of day. Parte rntarly reoommended to delicate persona requiring a gentle stimulant, fold br all (lnr. Ilrugirlals, Hotels ami 8a- r. a. I-KAB.K to, M oroauway, ite sora. LYONS EATHA1RON. J . Kalhalron Is (mm tha Greek wmd Katbrr,," Off "Kith- aroii," signifying to c...

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 April 1864

Medora "Devotion." Oh. wa Wwlkefl and la-iked together In tha bvpT avsnittur litre, la tha warm, deligtitful wratber, . Whuo Cie rest wu la Its ciimef And 1 lowed him obi 1 iOTd him From ths sprtDg; till autumn b fall. Bin when tha winter cam again, YTscUdn speak at sill Tm ntght In warm September, Whoa w plighted first oar tows; But no one beard their manner, But soma ruminating cow And Versa Jus m weU they didn't, For though we meant them true, ' Ere ths tnlddia of November They war broken quit In two t ' But yon mastnt think Hie heartless, Fos I lored him, 1 declare) - : He'd sncb beautiful mtmstttthea, And rach lovely, curling hair 1 Yea, I ennst confess our Borrow nH Terr soon assaaired, for the odious wretch la married, And I-weU, I'm engaged. , Mb. Reed:- Understanding that the Dip tberia was pajlng ni soother tii', I thought It bast to inform tbe suffering- of a certain tare Take and frrate op a table spoonful of good white wild turnip, nod Keep h io a gillof water, bnt not ...

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 April 1864

a 1 rv l it ill i ill a i' "ii ii ii i i .,i iai i i ii, ' .. ; i i f ' t j i i i i i i ir , i i i i i i i -r i i i i i . , 1 , i i . i i i - i - - i - s , . i j i .. , : DBy - James ,nee cl. " - : ; j- ; ' 1 Iiic5Lexe2iaerLt ,ln etll ; tlxiiigs- . . ,'; r . Si so in. L&dTOnce. Ol;mE:XIV.-NOYl;r:-v- Pi VTi irkitJis tor gtBscBirTios,-::, ",. two bol1t . mnrttntl tUrtl In lartnco 1,M. . , . ." ... ADVKiilTtStJtO; " i ,t)qaroonwk I to ln )rtlir wekl I 00 lino minnrothtoo mo. 1 0 oo tqnaro l nm. . 4 00 " Ono (quaro om yoor. 00 Two winrthrmoi, $ 3 two nqimrvi itx moi .' 00 two aqtiftrvi on ywt -.u 00 fonr ifuoroB odo .H 00 holf oolumD on jroor 00 btflneil' C'k1 of not OYsr III llnot put'frtt I fwtWolinOi or toMoftbtaaluUttat auk i IqBkroi ; ' OMtaarjr KoMooi of mor than Bnllnoo, nlw ofjonorol - ntoMt,lllbilnirtdtihoiBrOMboT. f JOB PRIBTWO,' , ' !' i t orort deneriptton ittonnod to onooll, la fto moilturtofa BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ;t U lIylelaJii. ii i DR. W f M. KAMK8,t'fc)'Mc!in amd Ru...

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. — 16 April 1864

WEEKLY TELCGRAFII. A8IITAJIULA1 Saturday Eornlnj, April 13, 1864. It If maing to witness tbo wincing In Congress over tbe dlncwssleo of Us Reso laiioo to txpil Long. Certain friilpged, geotlemen btctsM member Congress hare been la the habit of claiming oubooodcd rigbte voder (be role tht tolerates liberty of speech In public debates, hence art now i and thea giving otter nee to downright treason. Now while we o for the rote and would tolerate great latitude of speech In . debate, we are at ill nneble to comprehend , whj members of Congress, more than othet hw should be permitted to give aid and comfort to rebellion by proclaiming a line 1 of policy In perfect keeping with the policy nd demands of Ser-esalonists. Shall office , u4 the liberty of debate protect men lu their bold denunciations of the Gorerirroen administered by the rightful authority ? Is it wise and jost to expel snch men as , Tttllaodtgham and silence by pe.ialtie .. tbooiaods of the smaller fry, for not re . straini...

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. — 16 April 1864

' . . ' , ' Stklte's PlsUiUtion Hitter.; They purify, strengthea stid te.lgoral. They create d heellhy erretlte. They ar aa Imtldnt to eheng "f Water olat. They mmM " dissipation and let hoars. They iMi(lm ! system sod elleen the mlad. They BCevenS HI ' , .', iipiriiiuri They prify O SrealB led eldlty of the stomach, ibey car Dyspepsia and Onastlpatlna. The eure Diarrhea, Cholera ltd Cholera Morbus. They cur Liver Complaint and Nftmi Headache. . Th ar th beet Bitter la the wa IS. They make Iha week ma strong, and an exhausted nature's ffaal restorer. They ar mad of an 8t. Croit Ham, tha celebrated Cell lay Rare, reota and hatha, and ara taken wllb th pinir fa bever, without regard la ana or Dm of day. Parte aalarlr recommended to delleat serenes requiring a gehtld stimulant, fold brail Grocer, llraggiata, Hotels aed 8s- r. H. DBAKB Co, SOS Broadway, Now Tork. LYONS KAynAIROlT. . Katbalreo h (mm th Oreek word KaUim," or Rath Iron," algnlftlng tn cleanse, rejuvlnst and mtora. Thla art...

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. — 16 April 1864

Handed in for Publication. The Copperhead Oath. . . Onf !! correspond nt, TTv'plioI h Iron rind, who has boen much dlntrfMsvrt a GoTeru r Johntvnn' oatri, rttipo tho following one iiiatciatlwUlcb he aillnris will be accepted cheer fully tj multitudes of his friends: OATH. Whereas, In "timet that try men1! souls." AU copperhead should hunt their hole ; Hneak aoftlT. with forked tongne, ( To keen from isU or beta bune, And in the goneraJ heller-koiier, "Do anything to find shelter. 1 swear (with oerret explanation And proper montM reservation,) To be a tomewhat loval man CAcootdina to the Southern plan;) s'A And beu wyal as before, r Until the norm or war ia o er ; Mil I swear alleirinnce to the nation. tTo keep my land from confiscation,) And take tne oain wun wiinmn iace, r.:-, ft keep from going to vjamp lih.vse ) 1 1 '. swear I trrdeutlY destlr To "see the TTitakee trooria VaRre, Xior poll on ns uie ngty triggers, And take our hones, mules and niggers. For tnese and other private ...

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. — 23 April 1864

mi Ti.im mini vv El : i . i I If W I B - BH" eaaaaB" It T & T i- f f . I -4 ... ..... 33y. J" ames : 3?L&z cl. 'VOLUME -XIV. NO.'XVH. ASHTABULA, 0.,' v independent In ctll tilings. SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 23, 1804.. Si so lnvAaynmcel WHOLE NUMBER 747 . TKRMS OF SUBBCIUPTIOX. , Tw Dollar, pet J' t 'tnetit in dvnc 110. .ADVERTISING. ' e1.,aiiarenne1ve t 0 Two nnre. three mo.. I 1 Jh On iuar three week 1 00 two iur. l I no On luuare three mo.. I SO two .iire en tr oo tin. aquare 1 mo. 4 00 Tout iir one year W One .quar. one year. 8 00 bait solum, one year m bailne.. Card, of no ovenii line per year , . V Twelve lino, or Im of thin b letter mak. qnr.. ',' Obituary Notlc. of trior, than 8ve line, on"" of rl ettt.r.lt, will bo Incerted ml tlx fame rat an abor. JOD PRIWTIWO. f wy dewrlrMo. attended toonoall. Id tbe jno.t laatefu ntunnw. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. IMiydclan. DTI. VV. M. IC A MF.8. Physician nnd Ftirtreon (late fruirr-enSHt ng. O V ) nrfc and R.ldenfe on Pnr pi-t.oppn.lta (...

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 April 1864

aw WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. A 8 II T A II U L A i '" - Saturday Morning, April 23, 1864. Mr. Wade'and Mr. 0 woh, of the Cf tnittee on the Conduct of the V.rar,tiave gone to Calio to take evidence In relation to tbe niasaacre aj Fort P.llo. D. cMe ev idence It nercar before the adoption ol tie retaliatory Wnnffa talked of. J ' Sinxio at Lat The Supreme Cooti f Ohio he at last decided the constitu lonelily tf iKe toldier rotinjr law end bleated the hopes of II. m. T. Q. Battle? trho het been sort of trulnnteer counel in general to all lo it-tight to rolt the sol Ndie't t( their votes, mid hts copper head confederates. The dtcinon it not onljr o gratifying one, butti la just and proper one. The right of the Ohio soldiers to tote la now seulid by the highcut j-id-cJiil tribunal in the S ate Though soldier, brave and trae they have not thereby a coppeheedi have sonjiM to e'al.liali, riased to be ci' Zn an well. Of murse tin Crisis, Efpuirer and other Dtm -cmtie heeta will now show 'hfir devotio...

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 April 1864

SPECliL NOTICES. S-T-IGGOX. Trake'i Plantation Elttcra. ..' , Th.y nitrify, slrenrfhen .nd tnvlgnrate. They ere.t.e healthv appetite. ,.,,, i, Tbey ere .n antidote to change of d L They overcome eft-cta T d1.slp.tl"" and Istehmtr.. Thee .trans-then the eyetem end ellven the mind. They prevent miasmatic .nd Intermittent lever.. 1 hey purity th. bre.th nd acidity of the stomach, lhfi on i Pvspepaia nd Constipation. They eor Piarrllea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus. !. mm Coim-il.Int mid Nervmi. Wmdnrho. They ere the best nittera In the wo Id. Itny mske the Weak man strong, and are exhausted nature gre.l restorer. They are made of pure ft. Ctnlx Hum, the celebrated (.all lara P.aik, roots and hetba, end are taken with the plrasuri of a beverage, without regard to ere or time nf d iv. Psrte euterly ree-imroended to delicate ireon reqnlih.g a gentle stimulant, hold hr all Hmeera, druggists, lintels and Bo mbs. P. U. DRAKE fc Co., gi. Btoadaay, New kerb LYONS KATIIAIRON. Kathalror. le tmm th...

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 April 1864

The Story of Life—In Six Chapters. The Story of Life—In Six Chapters. BY JOHN G. SAXE. I. gay, wbat I lift Ti to b trnf A hlU'M Lai, to creel the light Willi tp wail, m IT the muni Foretold cloudy noon and nljtht; To weop, to sleep, and weep agiiui, Willi euuny iullei betweeuj aud then T II. And then apace the Infant growe -To be a laughing, puling toy, ' ' Puppy, deupiie h Ihlle woes, V ure he but conscious ot his Jnyj To be, in tpork from two to ten, A merry moody, CAiMj and then? ' Thy III. And then, In coat and trowscrs clad, - To learn lo say the Decalogue, 'And bread It, an uulliinking Lad, I W ilh mirth and misc hief all agog; A truant oil by field and fen r To capture fcuUertlies and then? IV. And then, Increased In strength and sl.e, . .To tie, anon, a Youth full-grown; A hero In his mother's eyes, A young Apollo In his own ; To Imitate the wnys of men, In fashionable sins, aud then? V. And then, at last, to be a .Mm, To fail In lovr;,to woo and wed; With fcelblng brain 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. — 30 April 1864

nr. . . J I 1 mm .Jir; Ji' 0": - ' ..) - ... -ii. 33y James B.ec cl. VOLUME XIV. NO. XVIII. ASHTABULA, IncleiperLcioiit in ctii tinners. 0., SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL" 3U, 1864; ' in"A"dvance7 - ' '" i "i r i , -ua-t . WHOLE NUMBER 713. ; TERMS OF UBSCniPTIOJf. Two Dollar, per annon.. H r' 'trtrtlj in Htum 1.t0. '' " ADVERTIIIKO. Ouii)un on.we 40 ... ....r.tr.reWk. 1 00 Twoeqnnr. threemoi. $ 1 ti two eooareealll moa. 8 IK) . .7,...r thr. mm. 1 M two uer on yar t 00 U 00 t 00 10 nne .no! nil ikm. 4 00 foor (nar on. year oniNwraoDiiur. S 00 I half column on. year fci lineal Card, of aot overall Ud pet year f waive tinea orl.aeoftbl. ill tetter make !' Obituary Notice, of more the. (It. tinea, onl.e. of general Internet, w 111 be inaerted at the buTfc jod rnisriK o." I .v.ry d.ncrlptioa .tl.nrt.fl to oa cell, Id th. moatta-tern manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Phyalcla a. DU W. M. RAM K8. Physician nrl Purr?r-on . R.teonf1t Ita- O. V.) owe rd Rrlrlnc on Par jffSttitp . H.1P1 r..no and Helodeo...

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 April 1864

WEEKLY TELLGKAril. . ASHTABULA: taturday Horning, April 30, 18CV. Cdwom are fljlna; eboal thickly io regard te tha Potomae Army, aad other military m lent, bl everything U m erode ind ore'ibil tbat uea ramore are sot worth rep-1'0' . .Tlw ' la father a g ratifylcf feature tf !& case, tof It bowi one thing at htft, anil that la, that acrlb lera and euatio monger are throws apon their two rsoaroe for aliment for the publio ww. Oar military fauctiooeri appear to b ' keeping tbir awa enabeilt. This, in connection' wba tbe hot Jast transpired, that every nin i to bo made available tu tbe field, has rather an otainout and hopeful look. Cutn. "Wilkat, who hat bteu under trial before court martial, It aaU by the World't correspondent to have been disuiisicd from tbe tervice. Tbe fj mpm hie of ilie coun try bare been with the Commodora iin.su bit esplare and release of the Confederate Bhay. ., .. ; Tbe tteemer Grey Hound hat, It U laid, "teen lent Dp Jaiops River to City Point tc order d...

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 April 1864

SPECIAL NOTICES. A- Wynooop's Iceland Pectoral. rtlaa' t ht Throat, t best and Pulmonary Orgeat tr ear prevale nt. Insidious nil dangenin. Th proper! lee era asedlelne to alleviate, tor unroot IhM complaints, mart be Eipeclorant, Anodyne nd Invigorating, haenvnj; sua mncni of th. throat, and Imparting tone to JI?J ayetem. No dlarov.ry In medical ) "'"' " eleasof dlasjaae lilt Or. Wonboop'e Iceland I etrtorwl . oaed with the noil astonishing results In c "ra chitis. Influent, Whooping Cnngh, tlPthrtr "p ThrAt-hm?, Croup! Cough., I'tlua, Nttvou. IrrttBbr.tty, 4" . I . .... ..win... Stfrit t Wt m4 l WynkoopV Pectoral for several years., myself nr In r IkmUy. for sever. Pulmonary uompiemua, ,. .,. ,wu. It to but nth, and have never Been Ha winch " , Ry. J. J. Potur, Brooklyn, N. Y." n.lii end thnnaaarta of In perttnt teetlrnontole Could e jiredueed, (bowing It remaikatile eurte and that H Mr '"it It composed of port Iceland Mom, Balm of 01 lend. Part. Vlan Balaam, Kltcampe'', romfrry 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. — 30 April 1864

Fort Pillow Coplared by the Revels. HORRIBLE BUTCHERY OF NEGRO SOLDIERS. Tb rebl Gauariel Forrest, with , flv Ot lx thonn5 aevatry, and sis piece nl artillery, at. tactai Fort Pillow, oil the MiCKi.ippt '.river, above Memphis, tn WdnMtlyinorcii)(r. April 13th. Boon after the attack Forrott sent flue; ot tract demanding tha surrender of the furl " garrUon, mtaowhll diotlnff hi forea.c i t ..in ik. rl..n,.r,. n..r ..r. a " " " - is retro ommand or Htj'tr Booth of urn ier i(U 8) Hear Artillery, formerly ofihe Jabama Csvtvlry. Aa accouut ssys: ' Tbe (ingot truce wet refused, an! fili1 leg remtned. Afterward second flitf fume In, whlih wit alio refuseil. Ho.h"fl(r If, the Rebel the edntK of gaining ' new fto-iiion. The haul win kept tip nit til 8 P M (When MJ Booth i killed nd JI J it Brd'ord took command. The Trtetel uow caiue lit swnrtn over oftr trortji compelling thtm to surrender. Irtimediii'p ly upon (he Mneftdar ensued ('hi a h eh utteily bt-fflea jeprtption. Up to tlul -fmeeomptt...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Weekly Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 7 May 1864

nn AB in im nnun M I - I I T II Talf n II -IM - . II -rr i II r .'11-0""'' 57 James B.ee VOLUME XIV. NO. XIX. ASHTABULA, Independent in cull tlilngrs. 0., SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1864. iSX 50 m Advance. WHOLE NUMBER; 749' ! TKRMS OF SVJBSCH1PTIOX. tw Dollars pt ",. r tttetlj m advance J,W. ADVKKTIIISP- n.q,oarennewk . 5? Onadrthrewki 1 00 On qur lhr. BUI. W On aqtiare "I rno. ?? nn. lau.r. on year. 00 TwoeqBareMhreemos, I in ton equere. ill no. 00 twoqueron yeer 100 four nqnar. on year IS 0 bait column on year 00 blilBM Card of not Tr.ix line p' y 00 Twelve line, or l.M of till ! lettet mk tqnw. .Obituary Notlcoiofmoro th.B Syelln, anlea.of general intere.t, will b Ineerted t tb Mm t1 boT- . JOB PRIKTISO' f .T.ryd.icilptlon alt.nded toone.ll. In tht mo.U..tfa mnnr. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Pbvtcll. titt. V. M. F.AMF.S. rhysicinnnnd Rurpeon Mate Fa. tew- zim rtf. . i Jr ri.-. ffZi oEno-.1t. fUll'i Piano nd Welodcon Pep tenia, Ohio O. W. FOSTER. Eclectic Physician and Sur- ' ga,0nva,OhUt....

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. — 7 May 1864

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. " A SHTAllULAi Saturday Morning, Way 7, 1864. T It uffli Congressional. May 2, 1864. Tha Bab Cosamlttee of the Senate ob ihf Fori I'Ulow dlaa.te? tat at no os. Among the" wit eassea b wr examlaed tu a " bo waabarkd alive and auf olmseir out or his ewo grata. There U eo doebt of tb fact that one or mora person were nailed through the fldab to piece of wood aod then burnt elite. Sot ool on the day of the surrender were each fiendish acta perforated, bat the next day hi cold blood. ' Tb victima seen by the Committee were oaie of Ibem pierced a ad out la the face aod eyee with bajoueti aod swords, while other parte of their bodiee were emasbed aod dis6j- ored either by steel or lead. A mere boy had been aabered and crippled, aud while oe the ground was made a target, 8eeo balls Were flred luto hie body. Wonder fnl to eay, be lived, and t.'iodgb ao arm aod a leg bare been amputated, Will tHrriro. No diecrlmloatioo wa aiade betweeu whites and blacks, male or female, comb...

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. — 7 May 1864

SPECIAL NOTICES. Drake' Plantation Bitten. Thr-y putffy, strengthen snd Invigorate. ' Thee creates henlthv appetite. .... They am an antidote tn change of water and Slst. ' ' Th..r"mfII!tofi1lilp.tliinilllh..ur. They IttmtUtfD the ..stem and elleen the mind. They preveM iwtn'Stle snd Intermittent fevers. They pur Iff 'be breath mid aclillty of tut stomach. ' They cure Pv.pels .nd Onn.tliwtlmi. They cure Diarrhea, Cholera and t'hnlera Motrins, They cute Liver Complaint mid Nervous lleeil.rlie. They are the best Hitter. In tire to Id. Hiey make Ih weak man strong, and are nbawted oat n re great rctirer. They are trail or pure Ht. Cml Horn, the celebrated Call lays Bark, roots ami hub, and are taken Willi the ple..ur of a bavprav', without regard to aire or tin of day. Parle rularly recommended to delicate persona requiring a gentle stimulant. Hold bv all Ori.cer., Druggieta, Hotels and He oons. P. H. DRAKE Co., K)S Broadway, New York LYONS KATHAIRON. IT.fliairfln t. ttntn 41. ttrvftk ...

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. — 7 May 1864

Lot Skinner's Elegy. J inFkmwf 'v'11 ,h" nmie-.! mini 1 ' Thm 'f ''v,ll , lie sjnic.,'0l llio r ry l.rtaiu bo drew, A If it were a thequc. Y'hrn he ws In tho procrr iluo, And tiniiag fruit to gaV.I, TVrt Mte n mMu rtnillt In rmlYea To mske Uie weight, he sold. Prv In and out through licat aud cold, For thirty yearn or more, lt well obmrved Hie copivrr nifftn, And something bli'Mid hi k He nrvef gave a dime )', lie uem a fin. -A nlof ptTire saved re joiced luiu more, Than tawing uiuipcnco in. OfcoTinlirfeUed Mils lie vtwd The best of every kind. Which In the way oftnikc lie kept To HWHit off oil the blind. . ... ...... .- . The poor mine round hlftcottntpf edge," Aud ntised a feelili' rryj "Dont apeak to lotid," the roghe cxdiiimed, "For 1 am always nigu." " Tm Utile llilnpt that ninkrs n pile" (Thi maxim he could trust.) So wht-nbu nawtA! his pile of w ood, lie always saved the ctut. He hud bul one book In the house, Aud that he never retul! Twas ralU'd "Economy oflile," Aud did him...

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