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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula weekly telegraph. — 27 October 1866

WEEKLY I- I By.' JAMES HEED. Independent in all tliingy. 32 in A.dvan6oi VOLUME XVII NO. 43. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, OCT. 27, 1860. WHOLE NUMBER 878 TERinS OP l!BrniPTIOW I Two Dollar per annnm iald strictly In advance. ADVERTISING HATES I Twetve line or lew of Nonpareil make fqiwro. On aqnare 1 week,$ Dt One aqimret vki., ISO , One square I mw 8 OQ One aqnare 6 mo., 6(10 tjne auuar 1 year,. 8 00 Two sqnaroa 8 mo.$ 5 00 Twnmuiirca mm. 8 00 Two square 1 year, IS (Ml Four milium 1 year 15 Ml llalf column 1 year, S3 00 Bnalneas Card of not over ve llnea-per year f 3 00 Obituary Notices nnleas of general lntorost half rate. : ion MINTING . Of avory description attended to on call, and done In tho BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PHYSICIANS. DR. nr. W. EAinHS, Thvslclan and fliinrcon (late . HnnreonSlKtReif'tO. V.) Office and Residence on l'ark street, opposite Oeorge Iall's Piano and Melodeou De- pot, Asntannia, onto. nna. RlunivriTON Jr. KIVO. M.illral Practi tioners, attend to every thins In th...

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. — 27 October 1866

r atmwm tttmrmeim slaw f.' WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA Saturday Morning, October 27, 186G. November Elections. On ths Orel Tuesday, tb 6th day ol Novem ber neil, elect lm t are to be hrlil iii Missnclm Mtts, Nw Yoik, New Jersey, Maryland Mirb Igao, Illinois. Wisconsin, Minrmola, Missouri, Kansas end NtTS'la. Cwlorado rotei on the isoood Tuesday or Norember. Threatening. There is ncitous dan ger cf ft riot in Pxtltiinoro should Gover nor Swann endeavor to remove the Folice Commissioners by force. His order is a direct attempt to brenk down all the Constitute nnl enactments by which the Union men of "Maryland have justly ought to prevent Rebel Soldiers from tyrannizing over the State. There is a danger that force will be used, and that it will be resisted. The stand taken by the Union men ought to convince Gov. Swann of the nselessncss of thin wanton attack upon tho Constitution of his own State. The Police Cumoiiisioncrj of Baltimore are Republicans, as ere t large msj'wity of llicir...

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 October 1866

Tim LATEST t AsntONR. Sines thn Invention snd 1 . I 1 . . 1 . . . ... f, . 1 1 . ..J ll,,i,lnw Vllln. fi" iiiinminiiun oi nm i.rnnnn ....,K- te (or double) Spring Hoop Skirt by Mr. J. W, Bradley rf New York. the ladles throughout the country hsve giv i up the hies of rtlvrsdlng the fhhlon of wearing hoop aklrts, on aoconnt of llio pecnliar and graceful, niannur In wlrtrh thn Duplcx-Hklrt adapt themselves lo every exigency and unergency. Ho generally acceptable have these f klrla hecomo that the ladle regard them aa special favorite In view of lh snrmrlor flexibility, light ness and diirahllllly, combined In thi'lr manufacture. Theyslso consider them a farmoro rcomlcal and com forttblo Hoop Hklrt that ever has or ran be made fur all ciowdcd assemblage, fur the promcnado or honso dress. ' Any lady after wearing ono of these Skirt will never afterwards willingly dispense with their nse. Long ex perience In the Manufacture of Hoop Skirts has proven lo the proprietors of thla Invention, ...

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 October 1866

' CUR mT BirTCIfBR'S CELEBRATED MAGIC OIL luM la mm of KhnnnMin, Bfssmlf la, VnriM or Fata. Tno Host and Miff.""- Ilnreri mil CattM MecUilnc. In the YVoiiat. TUT fill Ti 7f lrni Me f7Wf Fttifrt nnd Can' mtaS aming M J fears. r.r llm enrw of tho vnrlona nissmaea to which llomw. end Cattle are sul.loct; such a Founder, Distemper, Hid Hound, Jjowe of ApiM'tlleUnwArd Htrnlu. Yellow Vi alor, Fistula, Poll Evil, Bcratclie or Grewae, Mange, Iiillniniiinllon of the F.ves, mid Fatigue from Hard llxrs nlso, Klicitnintlam, (commonly called SHIT complaint), which prove, fatal 40 many valuable norses in nn rouuu SLOAN'S CONDITION FOWDER H Hi liu-frMt . of any Tlnm mm! Cuttle MMIcIn In this couulry. It ta enmpnawl of lierlw run. rooU.ftml fhr mlHiww, wafcty. cmrtnlnry mid tboro..gtinfw, Htnndf r(Mminit!7 At Ui bead of Uie list of Uvrm nd ChttU Mniicin. It cairliw nff mil rcm hmnora, prevents nor, from onmin ntlff or fiiiinrer1nf(, purifltM tb blood, UoAn tlit akin, nod irtvm It ntiKHith nml gUimy...

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. — 3 November 1866

: ASHTABULA T' ' - '' ' ' " . ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' 1 -- 1 ' 1 .. " ;;- : ,' . , , nnim irnmnr , Independent in all things. )! ,.r. H ) in .'-Aldvaiioo. V0LTJME.XVII-N0M1. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOV. 3, 1800. 'l -WHOLE NUMBER Ti): WIMiLY n JLJLilJLJJJ '.! 1 i f " ' mi ' , i in.; , ,'Trr- '" r. "l(''-fl'. '-: -V- I . .. .. : . I.u t TKRMtS OP SUBSCKIPTION I Two Dollars per uinam paid strictly in adranca. ' ADVKRTISIWO BATK8I Twtlr 11 net or loM of Nonpareil make sqiiaro, Otis sqnar 1 wmk,$ 7H Onsaqnarsl was.. lM ' On sqnsra S mot,, I (W i On sqnar moi BOH On squsr 1 year,. SOU Two square fiiDos.t t 00 Two square 6 m. 0 IK1 Twosquaroal yoar, II 00 Konr auiiaroa 1 year 15 (10 Half culuinn 1 year, 8S 00 , Business (Wd of not error fir lines-poryear, S3 00 Obituary Jtotlces nl of general iiitcrost uslf retea. ' JOB lRI!VTIiQ ' Of T7 ioaorlptlon attended to on rail, and done In the most tasteful manuor. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. rilYSICIANS. 1R. W, IX. Physician and Snnronn Onto Banreon Slst Ri'i...

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. — 3 November 1866

J5! "No but tell me toovt Quick t Abe fctbj i Waking up.", J "Well, then, yen." ' . ; . - And Barbara hsd taxou !ne little tiling In her arras befor it bad- timo to- utter ltd waking wail. . A week afterwards Mr. Joseph erley took the twelve-forty return train, with his wifo ini niece, the happiest of re claimed old bachelors, and it was all tho tinconrioit hrthy work. , WEEKLY TELEGR APH; ASHTABULA Saturday Morntog, November 3, 18C6. NEWS ITEMS. . i - ' Tta FiDlane bf New Yerthive declared I veDgoanc on the Caoock iu cue the priionen smoohb:d. 1 he destruction of mmilatrd currency by the redemption Bureau at Washington, o u to tfetai1.2lS.092. The atloiidance at the State Fair wn im neoM.' As many at fifteen thousand people, exclusive 'of exhibitors, being on the ground. Mis Fanny Seward, the only daughter and younge.it child of the S eero tary of Stale, died In Washington on the 23th. Ireland aud Frctroleum t he ere la the Greeo Isle of the sea, tho other the Greco lie of the land...

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. — 3 November 1866

SPECIAL NOTICES. t-. ft-' Tbterrfl medicine cured Pr. i. It. BcBEflcii, tho Pro irletor'ol Pulinonff tonumptton,wlioii It hd Mutini ed IU moot formidable aspect, and when speedy death '?Sipa. tab' Inevitable,1 His physicians pronounced " Ms cum InetintWe, Whtn h commenced th use of thli ' 'alrtiple but powvrfnt romody, HI health win restored ' " m a very short time, and no return of tills disease has been apprehended, for ill the symptoms quickly disap peared, and hla prcso'nt weight la mora tlian two hun dred pound. Blnee his recovery, he ha devoted hla attention cS . Clnalvely to the cure of Consumption, and the dlscAse which are usually complicated with It, and the cure effected by hla modlnlnc have born very numerous and truly wonderful. Pa. RcinurCK' makne professional visit to several of the larger cltlca weekly, whore he has a Urge eoncourae of patients, and It la trucly asttnV Ishing to ae poof consumptive that hare to be lined out of their carriages, and In a few months hea...

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. — 3 November 1866

r n,-,)s'. ' ' rn riAtf V niTc:ira" CELEOBATED Y.1AC1C OIL BstnMiH M mm ef Shier!, Vswsaaih), sent. Tfta UKt and thcapwit Hers and fcattW ; Modlrlii In ths World 1 ' 1 I 4V t J I I ' I i I ) lb re of (he various Diseases to whli Aloraee end Until are eulileott swell a" jrpunaer, vniemiw, 'r " Appetite, m waru o;nii " -, risiiiin, roii r-vu, """i ri.. Manro. iiifluiiuiinllon or the Kv. and Fatigue fniilt Hard Lahorf UiiMimtUlain. ' fcummoiiiy sniieci BtllT complaint), which proven fatal trt e nw Yaluaute Honee la Uils country SLOAN'S CONDITION POWDER BS ths trgt Ml of MT nm Mid Cattle Medietas In tlilt oowotcy. II onniTee of Wtl oirri rants, u4 lor nilldHess. eenty, eertaimy end lunrunglweee, elands pre-eeslneatly ml tin bond of tin Hat of ins-M el ()rfl MiaM - It carries off oil To knmors, prevents horses frota Becoming stiff or laundering, partfH) the blood, kneees tbeekln, wl glroo It ouMotk mud gluesy anmnor eleanaes tho water oimI treiuJrthen evet y part of tho bvdv. It e aim 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. — 10 November 1866

MILY ivnn v ,;-) j-v-vit ":' If;.; i i i 1 1 ' "I .1 4 I'l I, I V .i ' ,-d , i M : I.; M i I '. ..I. ( :.t :.' i , ASHFAB: Wl nnirriir Mil: u By JAMES REED VOLUME XVII-NO. 44. ASHTABULA, Independent in all things. OHIO, SATURDAY," NOV. 10, 1800. q2 in Advances WHOLE NUMBER 880-- TTKRJIS OF SlinSCRIPTIO I Tiro Dollar pr aonam paid strictly In adranco. ' ADTERTISINO RATKSl Twelre line or less of Nonpareil make a eqnarri. One aqnare 1 week, 75 Una (quareS wka., 1 SO One aqnare t mo., J 00 Una aquare moa, i 6 OU One square 1 year, . 8 00 TwowinarnliSmoa.t 8 00 Two iqttrr- mna. 8 t)() Twon"r",i yr 1a " Four euuarca 1 yv.nr 15 00 Half column 1 year, as 00 Basinets Cards of not orer Are lines per year, $1 00 Obituary Notlcoa nnloaa of guieral Interest half rates. JOB PIMNTItfO Of arery deacrlptlon attended to on call, and done In tlio most tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PHYSICIANS. R. VT. M. K A HIES, Phrstclan and Bonrcon 0te Burgeon lt Rta to . V.) Urileeand Kcsldmiee on Hark etree...

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. — 10 November 1866

tJ- Try. "--!""-?ll!??5?J? ""J!1"'-"-" i . t- . - PpMll IMptif trem Bump VlVt""a (re of tlx jrsmt Import an re, anronnrtng that Hi l-tlrr of tha Osrman Ulwrnl baa bwn ap pointed Austrian Ilniter of Fonlun Affxlia, and H la of lha ntmoat moment, for It will be followed by irvloua eninpllcMlons between jl'rnnaia and Austria, tilt h will. Id all prolm- Hlty, Joad to another war. Ilcnst and Iila mai are deadly fmi. Tlicf ar ilia two rrp reaentalire men nt Ocmiany. A few dnya ago wb there ra a rumor that ttenst was ap polnlnd to Mm Attmrian Fnn-lfrn (KUcc, IHamnik notified AtiMria that anrh anion would he ro frarded by 1'rutHl.i aa stitlli lout casua 1h III . WEEKLY TELEGRAM. ASHTABULA B&turctay Morning, Kormber 10, 1866. PEN AND PASTE BREVITIES. Wllllom A. Dart, Dlatrtrt Attorney for the Northern District of. New York bna bem re moTed!. -i-The Post Office money-ftrdpr system- Jiaa become paying business t the hist quarter yielded fflO oyer the expenses. The agenta of the Ilndaon'a B...

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. — 10 November 1866

SPECIAL NOTICES. Dr. ftchenck fflkndrake Fill, A "Jibuti lata Iter Calomel. Thes nil ere composed of Various roots', having th power to relax the secretions of Mil llrer as promptly and cfTectnally as Miki pill or tnMraif, tnd without prodnctng any of those, disagrees War dangerous effect which often follow the us oftho taUcTt ' la art melons Atsortlcra these Pills may ho turd with confldonra, as they promote tho dlschnrgd of vitiated bile, and remove those ohBtrnctlone from the liver and biliary ducta, which aro tho cause of hlllotia afTuctlons In general. BCriKNCK'8 MAHDRAKIt PILL8 cur Pick Head ache, and all dlaordura of the Liver, Indicated by sallow kin, coated tongue, costlveuoss, drowalneaa, and a gen eral feeling of weariness of lassitude, showing thnt the liver la In a torpid or obstructed condition. In abort, thcac Pllla may 1 naed with advantage In all tase when a purgative or altcratlvo medicine la re "quired. ' Please ak for "Dr. Bchonck'a Mandrake rilla," and tobscrre ...

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. — 10 November 1866

CB rATf V irtTf irKR'S CELEDBATED MAGIC OIL I of RhsswsrMem, HfuaOgl sv Pale. TIM Dft and Chf apwtt Horse and Cattl Medicine In the World I ' W the ear of tin. variant. PWenaee Jo which Horse- arid Cnllle I, y"cl, J? Kounder, Distemper, Hide Bound, I; of Arrwlli,Inwnrd Hirnlus, Yellow Water, plaitila. Poll Evil, rteratcliea or Qreaae, Mniige, Innnmmntloii of 111 Kyes, and Fatigue from Hnrd Lnnri Klienmallsm, (commonly culled RtliT eompllnt which prove fnml to a many valuable Uttrses In Hi I country SLOAN'S CONDITION POWDER Baa th taraeil ml of ur Horn tl Cattle Mrdlcln ht this coBtrj. II hi ol.ip.rf "f JrU. awl roota. aad or nildiMMi. M7. eertaiiiy mid thornuplm-aa, stands rsinlnntly at 111 bead of uf U"TU ,m tW.nl Mrtirinn. II enrrlni off all ma humor, prevents horse from esconilnt al(T or fonnrloriii. purities tin blood, loosen Ilia kill, sail slves It a smooth Slid gloss? Sipersnc, clrsnMS Ilia water anil strengthens oral j purl of Hi buily. It la aim a siifo ami ci-rtnln rvninlv...

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. — 17 November 1866

t:;;;::isiiii i ' Tnrlonofirlotif ' in 4-T. -J , ' ','") , .- 7, .. , - . , 1 - - . ' '" f ' VOLUME XVII-NO. 45. . 'ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY,, NOV. 17, .1800. , WHOLE ; NUMBEll 881 ' TKnmS OF NURSCnil'TIOM Two Dollars per annumpaid strictly In advance. ADVKItTISING RATES I Twolve lines or less of Nonpareil make a sqttare. Ono sqnare 1 weekj " On squares wks.. t N) One square 8 mix.. 8 00 One square 8 min 8 Oil One square 1 rear,. 8 00 Two squares 8 mos. $ 8 00 Two squares 8 mos. 8 00 Two squares 1 year, 13 00 Fonr winares 1 year 15 00 Half column 1 year, 85 00 Business Cards of not over five lines per year, ..... (3 00 Obituary Notices unless of general Interest half rates. JOB PHINTINO Of every description attended to on call, and done In tho most tasteful manner. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PHYSICIANS. B. W. M. H AITIKS, Physician and Surgeon (late Surgeon 31st Ketf't O. V.) Office and ResirlHnce on Park street, opposite Uoorge llaU'a Piano and Melodeon Pe- . pot, Ashtabula, Ohio. H. FAR...

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. — 17 November 1866

In the Supreme Conrt of Connecticut K-ro has recently Ix-en deciderl a curious m A man And his wifo t having hcvr Hod by ft railroad accident, the him of i' h brought suit f n 1 recover 6W thous rul dollars in eso'a csso.. The money l-taincd for the death of the wife went t her heirs, ftud'tho question before the Viprcmo Court was whether the four tousandj dollars recovered by the death f the man should go to his or his wife's biie tiavmg survived him ft few ours', the court decided thn the wife' lira should bare the money.. ,'' VEEKJiY TELEGRAPH. -ASHTABULA ,&turdaj Morning, Novmberl7.1866. PEN AND PASTE BREVITIES. f Congress will meet In regular session on tonday the third day of TrVjcembcr. t The Radical, nsjority to Missouri is about 5,000. ' ' , Queen Victoria has sent three hundred woods sterling to the Quebec sufferers. Georgia has followed Texas in rejecting lie Constitutional Amendment. . The report of the death of the Tycoon of jf a pan Is confirmed. I -The ships to br...

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. — 17 November 1866

SPECIAL NOTICES. r. ftchenrk's Flandraka Pllla, A Substl tnte tor Calomel. Those rilli are eompowd of various wots, tartan the power to relax the secretions of the llrer as premptly and effectually M bine pill of fhettury, nd without producing ay of those dltsareea . bl ar dangerous effect which often follow the me of the tatter. " i : In all bmon disorder Hlce Pills tnay be need with confidence, M thpjf promote the discharge of rltlated bile, end remore thoee obstruction from the liver and biliary duct, which are the came of bilious affections la general. BCHKNCK'B MANDRAKE PILLS (lire Pick Head ache, and all disorders of the Liver, Indicated by fallow akin, coated tongue, eoetlrenom, drowsiness, and a gen eral feeling of wearlneee of laMlmde, ehowlng that the liver la In a torpid or obstructed condition. In short, these rilli may be used with advantage In all case when a purgative or alterative medicine la re quired. Please ask for !' Dr. Schenck'f Mandrake Fills," and observe tha...

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. — 17 November 1866

CELEDHATED MAGIC OIL yr.mt las i of llhsaenrtli, attimlola, BrelssO or i'alu. , , .I The Eont and rheapMt Horse and Cattle ,;i t. jWrdlrlm In (h World! :'l3if7iHa i, tdji-"vr Ik Vnilmd gfaUi and Cmm ,kVj lu4iHff U lutl 3 fart. .. ., 'flh(iiinf fhavarlrmt Wm to which H'irm-i and Cuttle are sttMeet ; oilcli aa founder, IMstetiipCr, Hide Bound, Io of : Appet He, Inward Htrnlun. Yellow Water, . fistula, l'oil . Kvll,. Hcratcue. nr . ' ' '" Gieuae, Mange, liintunnmtlou Of Hie . , KyH,rn.l rullgne from Hani Lalmr; '' 01 ho, Rlietiinittlstii, (commonly fulled : Hlltf mm pin I ti I), which prove Intel 14, ao many valuable Uurv Ur-title eoiiutry 1 - -! SLOAN'S CONDITION POWDER , frw tVia Urpvt ii1tf any TTtu-n anA Cattle Madlc.M - U thin anmitrj.. Jt ic(.Hip44l ( hrUnrid roots, and fur mildiHNW. wiftitjfjCt'rUiH.yniid timni:liiMM, standa Br-fininiillT at tlit Load of Ilia Hit of Uor mmd .itU M4icmm. ?? U earrim ff all arnai luimnni, praronta ItoritM front t , toacomtna;tiff r fc'iiikdeclttji...

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. — 24 November 1866

1 1 - ' ' - -ii" - ' ' ' 33 jr" JAMES liEID, ! - " - " VOLUME XVII-NO. 40.: ASHTABULA; Independent in all things: : OHIO, SATURDAY,' NOV. 24, 1800. : , , ' .. i . .. . ,v 1 m r, i ' : S2 in jVdv'nhcoJ ' . i V'l '.WHOLE NUMBIHl 882;; TERMS OF Sl IW niPTIO I Two Dollar per annnm paid strictly In advance. Twelve llnei or lot of Nonpareil make squira. On arjnare 1 week,f TS One square J wks., 1 M) Ona iiqnare It mos, , II on One square mm,, 0 no One square J year,. ' 8 00 Two snnnre 11 mos. t 5 00 Two square 6 mm, S'nn Two squares 1 year, Isrno Fonrsqnare I year Ifi'oo ' Hair column 1 year, 8S 00 Baalneta Cards of not over five Unas per jroar, 3 00 Obltaarj Notice unless of general Intercut half rates. JOII PHINTIN'O Of every doacrlptlon attended to on call, and done In the m0ft)tftefJ,roanrrlr BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ... . . PHYSICIANS. . fcHf.Wi Ma WAM15S, Physician and Surgeon (lato Surgeon 9ist Rog't O. V OlAceand Residence on Park preset, opposlt ttvnrgu llaH'a Piauoand Ueludeon 1)0 If...

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. — 24 November 1866

Revolution in Burmah. . Rev. Dr. SteTcns, Burtit tTtlaaJoTiary H Rangoon, has written nom mi account f the recent rtvolntfon In .the kingdom f Burmah, in which the king has been poaod by two of his sons. Some of the principle officers of state, with the heir pparent, hate boon put to death and, t it said, a usual in ttrek eases, many of ,hayung prmees. i "The king, it appears, was at a coun "Vy seat when the outbreak occurred, at nded by a lew follower. Then when his rebellions sons appronched him it is laid he asked them why they did thus. Ilia elder replied in the most respectful lerms that it was not from any enmity towards him, but because they could not rndore the Mveritv of the heir apparent. The king then took off his ring and gave It to him, and also the royal sceptre. Llle is in confinement, and his son iena. However, we do not suppose the and is yet. The British residents, all the -Europeans, with several American ramifies, have left the citadel and are on ;heir way down 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. — 24 November 1866

SPECIAL NOTICES. " SCT1ENCK'8 SEAWEED TOUTO. This meat. etas, Invented by Dr. f. H. Scheiirjk, of Philadelphia, It Intended to dissolve" fh food u make H Info chyle, the lint proem of digestion. By cleansing tlx stomach with Scbenck's tnoadrak Pin, th tonic noon restore sppetltsy srs. food that could lot b oaten before using u win m ensnr digested. Consumption cannot bt cored by Sehcnck't rnlmonle yrup antes the stomach and Urer l made healthy and the appetite reetored, hence the Tonic and Pill are re quired In nearly every oaiie of consumption. A half dot es bottle of the 8KAWKED TONIO and three or fonr boze or the MANDRAKE PILLS will care any ordinary eos of dyspepsia. Dr. Schenck make professional visit In New Tork. Boston, and at hi principal office In Philadelphia every week. Bee dally paper of each place, or hi pamphlet on consumption for his day Air Tlsltatlon. 1 Please observe, when purchasing, that the two likenes ses of the Doctor, one when In the last stage of Consump tio...

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. — 24 November 1866

rum MAT mTcHtirS 1 CELEOBATED MAGIC OIL la tarn ef IMornmMmiiNMnltta, Braise . or Calm. Tftfl Bwt and ntfnMwt llnrM miA! Cattle M(mIIcIii In the World I , . - fi-iP M tea SSytart. ' r.w the cnre of lb vartnn 1 lwee to which Horse and Cuttle lire aiiblort i ,,ph foamier, imwrnw, luimi......,..-. frr.L.i. t..u v.vil. HrmtrliPK or ' fliwM, Mange, Inflammation of llie Kyea, nl Fiiilgu from Hard ljlor; also, KlHmmallain, (commonly cnllod Stiff enrnpltilnU which proven fatal M ao manj valuable Uuraea lu llila country Lj ... "wKA;-3irj"' SLOAN'S CONDITION POWDER . Hu tlw largest sul of ny Horss and Cattle Medicine In till onuulry. It I conipisHsl " herU mid roots, nd for mildness, safety, certainty and thurnugliness, .lands preeminently t Ui head uf the liat uf UurH ami CullU Mrduinri. . It esrries or! all arces humors, prevents horses from Becoming iUir or .nnrlerln, inriflM the bleed, Iiiomm the skin, and gives II smooth and glixwy swesrais-e. Cleanses tin water and it 'eiigthens evei y ...

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