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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 3 January 1874

. JAbTrEEP & SOIST, .Vol. XXV, No. 1. Publishers. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATUEDAY, JANUARY 3, 1874. Independent in all things 82 in Adv "Whole Numheivl RATES OF ADVERTISING. ' One Inch In space make, a Scioexe, ' . , ., a dnd L ml . vwil u.-.il 1 rot 8 ww-'tf . l 5il : 8 00! 8 00! 4.00 S.OO 7.00 Jll SwaeMS-Oft -S0 4.00 5.00 6.U0 8.00 14 .un 15.00 Si.O" ).) i moorn . ..)' ;5?,i-si,roU 50.011 1 year .y W.QQ. 5.ou.a'.wioo.w. wi Local'Sotices. 1G cente per line.- ;, Deaths r.d Manias inserted ,-,m . Transient AdTeuoeinenie tt be paid ior mvana- S,..r. will beoharjed ti.r Ota - aoiiiuou and other Notice n connected with their reuiar bunn8. Bnma Card. 1 dnlhu-a year per lin.- All other lgal Acicrtieinenu eharisd .5 ceuta pr fqnire each Ipmrtion. ' BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ( MERCHANTS. S. B. WEI. IS, Produce and Commision Mer chant, for the purchase and aale of Western Ke aerve Butter. Chee aod Dried Frulta. Main Btret. Aehtabnla, Ohio. iiH C A 1. 1 K T X 1. E B . Dealerat n Fancy and Staple DrT ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 3 January 1874

VTHE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA, OHIO. Saturday Morning, Jan. 3d, 1874. t3S Another Mormon paper, the L'th , Poster, a Danish issue," appeared on the 25thofDec - tMontreal dispatches received in New York, state that Genet, the convicted Tammany thief, is in Canada. CSThe infliction of the bath as punish ment of a "soldiering" convict, resulted recently in drowning at the penitentiary at Joiilot a few days since. SSTThe Hon. Samuel, Schellabarger, oi Ohio, is named as the probable succes sor of Gen. Sickles as a Minister to Mad rid. He was formerly Minister at Porto gal. "-. t3?The account of -the Treasurer of Leavensworth County, Kansas, are ia ,- J confusion, and a committee who have examined them report that officer as "short" $60,000. 15F"A car load of wild animals from the Rocky Mountains, for the Zoologic al gardens ot Philadelphia, arrived at Chicago on Saturday and were forwarded thence by General Brysbin. tSTThe Chicago IrSmne says the Re publican party was organized to put down s...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 3 January 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES REED SON, Proprietor, Terms, per Tear to AdTsmte. TRAVELER'S GUIDE. V i.ortini. TOUXOSTOWB A PITTSBURGH b. m. Leave Ashtabula, : p. m-. 7:13 Arrivs at Ashtabula, 1:86 p. m..8:gtt p.m. LAKB (BOBS RUXHIOAH SOUTHERN RAILWAT. w..Jeave Ashtabula, x:5S A. -, &30 A. 11:SS a. 5:04 r. R. leave Ashtabuls. 8:0 a- -, 1:81 414 p. ., 11:40 r. . rsaxELiB DmsioM 1 s. at. s. st. Leave- Ashtabula. :40 a. K., 7:50 P. B. Arrive at Ashtabula, UaOA. BL, 6.S5 a. . TOUKOSTOW5 DIVISION L. I.A1LL Leavs Ashtabula, 6:10 P, B. Arrive 11:15 a. John Thompson's Livery Stable and Block are for sale one of the best loca tion iii the county. Tfca closing quotation for gold on Tuea day, the 80th, was 11H, L. S. & M. S. 76 and N.Y. Central, SOj B. -i B. are coming, next week to Smith's Block. Centre St. New room, Block, Centre St. New new men and new goods. . L Cleveland rejoices in 1.018 places wheru mfnTiPHtimr heveraeres sre Sold beins: a saloon to about every 130 of htr popula- ' Un. - ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 3 January 1874

City Lots, - Rare Opportunity! Lowest IPrices,-' BEST TIME TERMS ! .IvL&botrt O Lots. . NOW IS TOUR CHANCE ! HEAD I BEAD ! READ! The Haskell, Crosby 4 Donnan Plat, lying east and tooth of the Lake Shore 6 Michigan Southern Round-house, City of Ashtabula, is now offered for sale in BUILDING LOTS, On the Lowest and most convenientTerms Ever offered in Ashtabula ! NO IS THE mi TO SECURE HOMES. Thee Lot are the Largest Ever Offered in ; s: ,Atlitanila.being each Sixty feet ' front, or over, and 200 . . -j - feetdeep. o-o ."The Plat fronts east on West street Has kell Avenue, 60 feet wide runs through the centre of the Plat from West v. i street to the Griswold line. A '' street 60 feet wide runs ,.1 from the end of Has ke!l Avenue to the - ! ,..,-.-.- North Ridge lioad, HaHrg the most desirable lota In the City. For Terms and Particulars inquire of !, . . " i T. A. DORHAN, "At I. W. Haskell's Store Main SL, Ashtabula. ls25tf LjBlANSFIELD & COMPANY ' PRICES KEDUCED GENER ,j c - A...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 10 January 1874

I ASSr A1UL A Gl MLE GR AlPS " : ' , , : - w , '.' " :" CbW'ii.1 A 'j-S. REED & SOIST, PubKsWs. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY,' JANUARY 10, 1874 TVTible jSTuml3er 1253. . .:: v ; J.nutijjtjixcicsxijj AAA cm. biiuigo. .. ' ,- ' ' j : , . ' ' ' ' ' 1 KATES OF ADVERTISING. One Inch In P kee qnre . a -j., ..... irU I knil Uml i 1 ftol. Tori so .w) $3.o4.oo:ti. $io.o a. vv...v; - - . am, A fa(H fa 111 7 1 AOOl 8XWI AOOj S.0UI 7 AO 19.00 14.00 15.00 weeks.: .! 1 month . '! 1 .,. a ml a.aii S.UU 4.00 5.001 t JU 8.00 A.OOl Oil T OO, .00 WOO tBKnth 4.0oj .00 AOu 7.0-1 .0-1J.OO, 18.00 9.00 19 06-15.0(1 win 80.00 , months, e.tw S.Blll lt.UUil8.0J) OU; 85 0U 60.00 . nU. 6.00: 1S.W 1 .W J4.0Uj w .UW -w 1 Ter ... 10.00; ls.uuigo.'"!.""!-" ; Locai roncea, ivi wu ........ V BeaUa end Manxes inserted ,,.H,, Transient Advetisementa to be paid for lB-an- carTsersTrtH solution end other Koticea, not connected with "'toJX.TdolUr. rear oer line. r. . Sa!or.' led Kvecator.' &Ued All otber Legal Advert...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 10 January 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTAEULA, OHIO. Saturday MornbgfJaii. 10, 1874. Six moijj Communists have been sentenced to death at Versailles. -A postmistress in the State em ploys her husband as head clerk. "Xhe diplomatic representatives of Spainat Paris, Brussels and Lisbon, have resigned.' ':t'Ii: 11 - ' ' -A-aa-advertises in a New York paper for a bar keeper "who must be recommended by his pastor.". . The Grand Duke Alerishas pre sented' to thfe Uinversity of Mich igan,' thirty volumes of ..the history and educational interests of Rus-Bia-'-- .: v . i. ' r.-.i'' ' '"Henry Clews & Co., whose failure was one of the earliest and largest in tie panic last summer, announce that theyre ready to pay all their oWi gation in fulL ! - ' '": ' " fifteen ladies filed through a car ia.theStamford depot, on the 3rd, followed by a boy shouting "Apples" whereupon every masculine in the &r instinctively murmured ' "Poof Adam!", .-,,., The Spanish.,: fiJgate'Arapiles is now at liberty to leave her doc...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 10 January 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. .. JAXBS REED BON, Proprietors. TRAVELER'S GUIDE. ASHTABULA, TOOTTMTOWB PITTMUBM - - Lea.e AehUbala, 48 PTMa Arrive at Aahtabaia, 1:38 P- - & P- . ... JOCM6AB OCYOT BALLWAT. Ashtabula. 3:53 A. 3:80 A. -, 11:8. A". .. 885 " Xiar leave Ashtabula. fcOJ a. ., 1:81 r. m. 4:14 r. naTOJX Dirmffli l. ... bt. Lear Ashtabula. 8:40 a. "ISO r. x. Arrive at Ashtabula, JIM A. M.. 6:86 a. M. ' vnrmasTowB mmo L. rA.hta.hnla.:10IM. Ani 11:16 A.M. Tha turn table now being built at An- A,.r h Boss Castle. Is to be of 50 feet riiamelor- T.n and current bushes made a per- WptiUe start durine the warm weaker of last week. Two more loU hare been sold within a ,A. kr tw.v of the Crosby. Doraian naa J - e M JgaskeU plat - " V . , 'n,. Taw! office is rer L .W. Bas- V.1I'. entrance 00 BpriCg Street, oDDOslte the Ashtabula National Bank,; 1 L The ADril like weather of Saturday snd oi... w took the frost out of the QUUUHJ ground and the bottom out of the roads. Tr,nr Massnsa has been re-elect...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 10 January 1874

HARD WARE. 1 ! t), :.jwin - ' "cSBY";-4-i:WETHERWlX; ! ' :. "!:. . .CLAVE Ieen adding largely to their 'stock, and now present a very complete variety of .goods in tiMir line, such u j ; . . . 'iRON, NAILS, BHKLF GOODS, A CUTLERY, u- . - ' j T , COOK AKD PAKLOB BT0VE3,? i i. wt '' t , j various patents Eastern and , Western makes AXELS, SPRINGS, HUBS, SPOKES , i . and other Carsiage Trimmings.. ! FARMING GARDEN TJTEN8ILS ALL KINDS Paints; Oils & "Varnishes, J ,, -. : Pilot and Whitewash a variety. . GLASS, GLASSWARE. LAMPS, CHIMNEYS t .... iMP FUTURES. - ' I ' Also, a fall stock of TIN W A B K. .. , Having sn experienced workman, spedal atten ' Don is paw to "."'"-'JOB : WORK, , ,Rnrh as Eva Tronffhinff. Roollnff. Smok. Pipe. and Repairing of aQ kinds, either at the shop, or if aaUide. in matters of Pumps, Pipes, c i Prompt attention to orders, with as gooawor and as favorable prices as any in the trad. A shareof patronage is solicited. 1111 - CROSB1 WSTHERWAX. Ashtabula. April....

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 17 January 1874

5 2Q'U if ll M S3 in A.dvan.ce. Whole Number 1254. Vol. XXV, No. 3. a axjnn a idt LA 1 II d f JL Ji VLJJL-GUL- JUL. : . TTT Independent in all tilings. JJS. REED & SOJSP, Publishers. P . . mrm a ottt a ATTTA O A HPTTT? A "V T A TTT A T?V 1 n 1 QTA jaOU-iXLJJ .Iiii, ? 7 . , , w i i i lx 'v iii. 4 if i i ii f it n i ij ii. is i - f i ij j iii i ii. iiii RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Inch In space makes a Sqnare. 1 sq t sq; 8 tq V'COl'KCol 35 cl 1 Col. $ 1 0.00 12.00 14.UI 1B.00 22.00 80.00 50.K1 H5.00 100.00 1 Week.. $1.00 f 1 AO f 2.011 1 8.00 $4.00 fti.00 4.tX 5 mil 7.00, 4 weeks . 8 weeks . 1 montb . 5 months 8 months 6 months 9 months 1.601 2.00: 2.ncl sonj S.01I 4-tWi 5 IK)! 7.0; 1 1 9.00! 5 Kt 6.00 8.00 6 001 7.00 9.011 9 00 12 00:15.00 S.60 S.U0 4.tl K.00 8.00 4.0111 .00 12 00 15.001 2U.00 18.00,24 001.15.00; 24.0082 00U5.00 30.00 1 4O.U01 55.00; Ham !.0IJ 8.00 12.00 16.110 1 year ...10.00 15.0020.UU ". Local Kotices. 10 cents per line. I Deaths and Maniages inserted gratis. Tr...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 17 January 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA, OHIO. Saturday Morning,-Jan. 1874. E. A. Witbers was elected LY S. Senator Ihe Legislature of Yir ginia on the 13th inst. z A New York Company has made . proposition to light-' the street -lamps of Chicago by electricity. LTheCity of Cartagena Spain has surrendered to the Government, -under the attack of Gen. Domin-t ctqnez. The Washington Monument Asj i sociauon nas maae a move towarus .getting n appropriation fronj congress of $200,000 to limsn tne work. The debt of New York city and county is 1108,000,000.- It has in creased during the last year to 12- ' 500,000. There is still more reform wanted. Something rotten yet. The request of Gen. Davis, of Texas, for troops has been refused Jby the President, who suggests that the verdict of the people in the late election, should be obeved and final. Operations have been .suspended through the entire anthracite coal region of Pennsylvania. In the Pottsville region 9000 miners are idle. The wages question has ma...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 17 January 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES REED & SON, Proprietors. TRAVELER'S GUIDE. ASHTABULA, TOl'N'liSTOWX A PITT&BrKGH B, B. Leave Ashtabnla.$:45p. m. ,7:13a. m. Arrive at Ashtabula, 1:33 p.m.. 8:2.- p. m. LAKS SHORE A jllCHICAN BOL'THERS RAILWAY. West leave Ashtabnla, 2:63 A. 6:30 A. K., il-.St A. x., 6:04 F. ., 6.35 A. . EAsT-rleaye Ashtabula. 9:02 A. v., 1:31 P. K, 4:14 r. m., 11:40 P. . 7:50 P. . rRAXKLra DIVJSIOK . 5. A K. 8. ET. Leave Ashtabula, 9:i0 a. ., 7:30 p. . Arrive at Ashtabula, ll:a0 A. m., 6:25 a. m. VOBSSSTOWN DIVISION L. B. A Jf . e. Leave Ashtabula, 6:10 p. . Arrive 11:15 A.M. The Ohio Dairyman's Association meets at Cleveland, 184 Superior street, ou t!ie 28lh and 89th inst. C. C. Case closes his Musical Institute at Amboy, with a concert on Friday of this week. Admission, 25 Cents. t , . V The old Board of Directors of tue Gene V National bank has been re-eleeted, and Mr. S. Seymour still holds the offieeof President. The Valley Rolling Mill at Youngs town, which has bee...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 17 January 1874

II A 11 1 WAKE y ''--,, aaa- ( ijr JCROSBY & WETHER WAX, .H.AVE been adding largely to thei atock, and now present a very complete variety goods io their line, such as IRON, NAILS. SHELF GOODS, & CTTLEIiY . COOK AND PARLOR STOVES, virions paterae Eastern and Western mates AXELS, SPRINGS, HUBS, rurLX-c ntko, r1rin'c Trimmiuirs, FARMING & GARDEN UTENSILS ALL KINDS Faints, Oils 6? Varnishes, BRUSHES, Paint and Whitewash a variety. GLASS GLASSWARE, LAMPS, CHIMNEYS I LAMP FIXTURES. Also, a full stock ol TIN TV A It K. Having an experienced workman, special attcn tion is paia to JOB WORK, m us.. T?iwfl fitt Smoke Piue rnTring o7aS ksat the shop, or outside", in mattcra of Pumps, Pipes, &c. Prompt attention to orders, with as ood I work and as tavoraoie pri.c - --j .hareorpatrmageiSKSol.cnediwETHEKWAX A shtabnla. April. 1671. Opposite Fisk House THE BLISS GARDEN FOR SALE. TF YOU WISH A PLEASANT & J. eood nume, just fuqunc mo FvK. . . 1 unrl l,.lr flip PtllirKHlfHIH tebn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 24 January 1874

TT Independent in all tilings. JS. REED & SOaST, Publishers. S2 inA.dvance. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, J ANUARY .24, 1874. Vpl. XXV, Xo. 4. "Whole Number 1255; a annn a ttdttt a E GRAFS. .BATES OF Olio fuel. ii - Ai)Vj-;im.i.NiT. i.-.lv makes a Square." 1 mi. J 8 Hcol Ji'Ol I ci 1 Week...l.W,l $2.u-i-3.0 4 "0 ti.ii SO fi wcesa . - 1 .5 8 weeks. ; 1 month . i& xmonihs Si. Sinonius 4.0 li 6 mouths 6.lsi 2.0 .5o S.IHI 4. in 3 1! 4.tO 7.0 ' 9M)i I la no i 4.0. 5 5. () 6. t: o i ".(o Oil IS 'Ai .CO 8.U0 ! ()) : iiO f),Vl.0i). iai Uivuol 9 mouths 8.t' ii.iiii 16 -J4 UyiK). 1 yair ... lO.tHi jn.tM)j:Ulu4j.wa5.ui), 14.1K) 15.))J yi.ofl ltiu.t Local Notices. 1U aeiil! pt?r line. -: laaieni Admnwiutinifr to be paid " liiaria- Yearly advertipere will be charpefl tra fir Dirj- somtioii hua oilier jsouces, 001 wcuitwj their reniar bufinrs:;. P.i.jIi... PanU I rinll-ira VcHf DT 11110. i Ail other Lvimi AiivtrriiM-iuenti cnared a ceil 1 8 per wn tre ejeit liu-nion. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERC...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 24 January 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA, OHIO. Saturday Morning, Jan. 24, 1874. The President has signed the bill for the repeal of the Salary, Grab law just as it passed Congress. Dr. Patton, late of the 2nd Pres byterian church,- Chicago, taltes the chair of Christian Apologetics in the " Chicago Seminary. The annual letting of pews in Henry Ward Beecher's church took place on Tuesday the 6th inst, bringing in $59,430, or about $129 more than the previous year. Bishop R. S. Foster, of the Meth odist Episcopal Church, for a long time a pastor in .New lortc city, and then President of Drew Theo- , logical Seminary, W8S welcomed to his new sphere of labor in Cincin- ' nati by a public meeting in esley chapel, on the 2nd inst. The women made a grand burst upon the United States Senate Wed nesday. Petitions in favor of wo - man suffrage were presented by A ' number of States East and West, 'severl Senators contributing to the pile of documents. Senator Sher man was the medium of the com munication of...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 24 January 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMBS REKD 80N, Proprietor. Tanata, tl per Tear la AiTiiffc TRAVELER'S GUIDE. XBHTABUI-A, TOVROSTOW1I A rn ipMUBGH B. B. Leave Ashtabula, 1-45 p. m.,7:lSa. a. Arrlre al Ashtabula, 1: p. mfc8 p. m. LAXJ IXOB HTCBWAV SOUTftXSX BAILWAT. Tisr-leave Ashtabula, fcM a. ., 6i A. . lira A. ., 6.04 -P. m., t. A. ta. East leave Ashtabale, KO! A. it., 1:U P. , 4:14 P. , 11:40 9. ra. MO p. it. PBAKKLDI tXTWOS 1 S. M. S. BT. Leave Asktaeala, :40 A. ., 7:50 p. . Arrive at Ashtabula, 11:30 a. m., :-. Tomes-row bitbioi-l Leave Ashtabula, tlO p. x. ArriYe 11:15 a.h. ' Petitions are ia circulation Tor a tri weekly mail between Rock Creek and Paioesyille. Ellsleb's Dramatic Troupe, from the Academy of Music, Cleveland, are soon to appear at the Opera House. Messrs. Bortreb & Babkes, the new grocers, express iheir satisfaction with the way that trade is opening with Qiera. The Congregational church was lighted with gas on Sunday evening last, very much to the satisfaction of the icoog...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 24 January 1874

Grateful Thousands proclaim Vex egak Bitters the most wonderful In vigorani that ever sustained the sinking svstem. No Person can take these Bif tors accordinsr to directions, and remain Ion unwell, provided their bones are not de - stroyed by mineral poison or other means, and vital organs wastea neyona repair. Bilious, Remittent and Inter mittent Fevers, which are so preva lent in the valleys of our preat rivers throughout the United Writes, especially .! those of the ftlisstssitmi, uhu. .Missouri. Illinois, Tennessee, Cumbe-rlm.il. Arknn sas. Red. Colorado, Brazos. R'.o Giande, Pearl, Alabama. Mobile, Savannab. Ko anoke, James, and many others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our entire cauntry during the Summer and Autumn, and'remarkably so during sea sons of unusual heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied by extensive ue ranjrements of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow erful influence upon these vari...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 31 January 1874

. ' ,.,-,T, ... , - ' : ' . U, ... Independjjj all things. -'! " ' ' "i-, CI. " : "- -" " -:- " ' ' 82 m , .Advance Vol XXV. No. 5- - v -''-jy, I ASIlTABUIlA, O I LIO, S A TjJ Rj UAT,".T A. NTU A KY HI, 1874. :' '...,": ,".., Whole Nninberlg-'' VKATES OF ADVERTISIX G. One men in epsce - wml k'rol )bCol 1 col. 3.00 4.00 ftMJO 4. Oil 6.UUI 7.00 S 0u s oul 8.00 .0.00 11. Ou 1 Week.. week . H week' . 1 mouth . 8 moaths 5 montns 6 mouths 9 mooiQA 1.5U a.oo 4.00 1 6.001 7.0.1 9.00 SO" !5li .0U, 4.UU 14.00 S.U0 "4.UU 6 UUi "i.W y.uu 8 (X) IS 00; 15 00 15.00 2S.00 H.0U 14 00 lS OOiSO.OO 30.00 t.UO' uuu 18 00 SI 00 94.00; S4 00' 35 00 50.UO ism 5.00 100.60 ao.w;4o.oui u.ool x.. ...... a tnM.ia nr Mn. XjUCBI -'U". " i Transient Advetitemenis to bt paid for lnn wt,"'!S5u K..k.-. .rtn for Dta- 7 . . i j ic.,i.ua not coniiectvu who their regular bueiDese. Idmiu"- lud Executor.' 9X. All OLUer kjKgmi cents p3THqairecfa iperuoo BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. S. B. WEIjEiS, Produce nd Commiion Mer r...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 31 January 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA., OHIO," T Saturday Moriirgeb. 7r 1874. Of the half duzen candidates for the Bish(rhr-of Wisconsin, Dr. DeKoven is the most prominent. 33tlie5p-raiisporfatiori bill, fixing th.;TateAr;hjch be Irailroads of Qfaio. way charge has been passed bysfJie enate of this State. r, ' The "Illinois 'Assembly lower hwise has passed an act of compul stffy'iedtitafidii, Vhich, it it believed, the'J Seuate will also approve. Jk. (government J Commission to in vestigate the, t subject of bridging tbflj-Petroit : River has reported ajlaiost the scheme. h'e!.i Sfinnesot ' Legislature has t$kei, Action looking to the assimi l'rion.kf theChippew Indiana with tfc'g people of that State, "and becom in?' citizens' thereof. ' " A .(jLt ,01d Lyme,, Connecticut,' the birthplace of Judge Waite, the cit izeos on the 22nd, fired a salute in rJo'iibf1 f liis' appointment and the cVnffrjii'atiron of Chief his Justice- '.'.p.-V,;' i " ''' - It stated that on Friday, last JTt,j Vanderbilt pa...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 31 January 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. J AUKS REED A SON, Proprietor. Tirau, t per Tear la A ' TRAVELER'S GUIDE. ASHTABULA, TOVHeSTOWB A irTTSBCBGH B. 1 Leave Ashtanga, 4S p. m.,7:lSa. m. Arrive at Ashtabula, 1:36 p.m.. fcse-p. m. - LAAB SHOBB MICHI9AM BOCTHBIIH BAILWAT. wm Ashtabula. 1:63 A. K.. 6:90 A. K. 11:8J a. -. 6:04 r. ., 6. a. Kin- leave Aebtabul. 9:0 A. 1:SJ r. U4 r. M., 11:40 .. 7JS0 r. u. nAlTKXXH DItlWOX I. . A X. S- BT. Lean Ashtabula. t:40 a. VJO r. -' Arrive at Aahtabula, ll-SO A. A. at. To:nroTown DmaioK Leave Ashtabula, 6:10 r. m. Arrive 11:15 a.m. CUTTER FOB SALS. A one bone, well made and well painted aqnare box Cutter with eteel shoes bet little worn, lor tale at a low ngure for cash or for hay or oata. Inquire at the TeUgrapk omce. " The prospect for au abundant ice h ar rest this season, is becoming less and less hooeful. s SmGL Copies ( X Telegraph can .1- ways be found at Boom, two doors House. the Central jxews aonth of - the Fisk V. Prop. McAppebtt m to appear at Case Hall, Cleve...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 31 January 1874

igiM i.itirrH. Ill W W fJroofnl TlinncaTirTs rvroclairn Vnr- egak Bitters the most wonderful Ia Tigoraat that erer gnstained the sinking gyatem. '- - No Person can take these Bitters according to directions, and remain long unwell,' provided their bones are not de etrpyed by mineral poison or other means, and vital organs wasted- beyond repair..; - Bilious. Remittent and lnter , mittent Fevers, which are eo preva lent in the valleys of our great rivers throughout the United States, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan sas. Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro anoke,' James, and many others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our entire country during the Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so during sea sons of unusual heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied by extensive de rangements of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow ...

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