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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 16 August 1878

H H W H O P W 3 o 1-4 H H Cf9 4 o H (4 O - W P CO H o o r J M H S3 o o Fh o H o H M W O H H.'O 2 s w h O 0 p - 9 W, w M W 5 B g S5 00 H S3 o -l p W w a S PS p o W o o H CO 1-1 H 4 co w H o a- p a H co W o l-J At' no Retail Store in the State will you find a better assortment of Pure Drugs, Medicines, c,at low prices than at SWIFT'S Drug Store. THE TELEGRAPH. It U the oldest paper In Ashtabula. It U tbe only Republican paper In Ash tabula. It U tbe only paper in Ashtabula, prin ted entirely at borne. It ha the largest circulation of any paper , VMlHhed In Ashiabniav. FRIDAY. AUGUST 16th, I87S. The TelegTaph 5 Mouths for 50c The Telegraph, for the balance of. 1878, embracing the Campaign, will be sent postage paid for 50 ceritsv Of course, we would prefer to have several names in club from the same post office, but a single . paper will be sent for the name price when- ".-ver so ordered. LOCAL NEWS. ' Remember the "election of delegates Saturday evening. Regular ineetinz of the Counci...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 16 August 1878

W PS, mil fl PgsggBgkJ Ti i i if: i lo) LJ Call 5 Gent A nice Gros Grain at Hundreds of our customers in this County will testify as to to our number at From 5 cents Full 18 4-4, 5 A full assortment of above Goods at Nurw "S-QiEtISL PRICES ens . wear. A large line Jeans, Cottonades, and Fine Cassimeres at J OBBERS PRICES. A Lot of Odds and Ends, Cheap. LTU 1878. and See Our Department. Black Silks. 75 cents and a full line of better gnules (Bodl Colored Silks. A beautiful assortment, all colors. Summer Silks. i Superb quality, at 65 centa. Black Cashmeres. their quality and cheapness. A Fine Lot of New Spring Dress Goods at VERY LOW PRICES ! Curtain Lace From 15 cents a yard npward. Table Linens From 18 cents a yard upward. iapkins w.trj. , Special, attention is called $1.15, 1.40, $1.90 and $2.25. White Quilts From 50 cents each to $5.00. Oiled Cloths A large line at 30 cents per yard. Towels each a very large line. Crashes inchts wide at 6J- cents. Sheetings 4, 6-4, 9-4 and 10-4. ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 16 August 1878

SUPPLEMENT Containing the Premium List with the Rules and Regulations, of the THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL FAIR, OF THE ASHTABULA COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY: At Jefferson, P., Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday, Sept., 24, 25, 26 & 27, 1878. 71 ASHTABULA COUNTY, AGRICLTURAL SOCIETY. my j p- I3 ..Det.lt Ine. and llfci-" for pnrif jetina act1 1 edicinct) w aaerwn. j C3 .crq S g r-t-r-t- o r f- cn O 3 r-t-O cr CD pr P- n A O CD CD 7b Me People of Ashtabula County: In presenting to you the Premium List of the County Fair for 1878, we desire to express our appreciation of the support the Fair has received from the people, and ask that they may make it a still more useful adjunct to the Ag ricultural interests of the County. The Directors alone cannot make the Fair a success, the attendance must come from the people, and tbey, too. must furnish the articles and ani mals for exhibition. The people of Ashtabula County have the means to make their County Fair second to none in the State....

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 16 August 1878

PREMIUM LIST RACES. No entry will be made in anv race less the entry is accompanied with entrance fee. Entries will close at 'clock M., the 25th. - Wednesday, Sept. 25 Running- tree to ail, one-ball mile beats, best two in three. First money, $15; second mon ey, tio; third money, $5. Thursday, Sept. 26 For stallions that have never beaten 2:40 Purse $35. First money $20; second money $10, third money $5. Four to enter, three to start, best three in fire in harness. Friday, Sept. 27 Race free to all. Purse $100 First money $50; second money $25; third money $'15; fourth mon ey $10. Five to enter, four to start. Best three in five in harness. Horses distancing the field or any part thereof, shall be entitled to first money only. Entrance fee ten per cent, of purse. un. the 12 race, SPECIAL NOTICES. I TheSecretary's office will be closed and no entries received after 12 o'clock ol second day. This rule is invariable will be strictly enfmccd. Any partie; intending to make entries, will ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 23 August 1878

a nr tt , a TELEGRAPH. Independeat in all "things. J-A.S. REED Sz SON, Publishers. $2 in Advanoe ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1878. Whole Number 1494. Vol XXIX, No. 34. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. v t n c iw uiinTii fi-nnrsl Dealer in Dry tiotxls, Groceries, Crockery and w re. Boot ana snoes. wu - -" in- i.. .h rr.ii. Tobaccos and Cigare, and everything a family "fd ' or wear. North Main street. Ashtabula. l-iX adJ! t"wW Wbolea-Ue and Re tall Itealers In Groceries and Provision FrlutaandUrain; Agent for American and Union Express Companies and Cleveland Herald. Man strew, a-uk-wui., -j. n--. a s a, K. W. A V AC S. fxialerala Chotoa Family Uroeeries and Provisions; also, pore Confectionery, anu tu buch unuuiw 10- bacco and Cigars. U'i . B. WBLL8, Produce anal Control sstoa i . ....... fIAih.nnnhaa.lnH cat r.eW C ern Reserve Butler Cheese and Dried Fruits, Alain strewt. aiuhiul, uuivh VSknS'...M. .. mm k. , -. . . - and Staple Dry Goods, Family Groceries and Crockery. WUiard...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 23 August 1878

THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper in Ashtabula, printed entirely at borne. Office 138 Main Street. ASHTABULA.. - - OHIO. Friday Morning Aug. 23. 1878. Republican State Ticket. For Secretary of State. MILTON BARNES, of Guernsey County. Judge of the Supreme Court. WILLIAM WHITE, of Clark County. ' Member of Board of Public Work. GEORGE PAUL, of Sammit County. Voxt to rain and sunshine, that which the country most needs i stable measure of value. - It is reported that President Hayes' con tribution to the Republican campaign iui is 15.000. The greatest agitators of the labor ques tion and most blatant laoor reiormem the workingmen who do not work. The personal reputation that has lieen most damaged by the developments or tm Potter committee is that of Clarkaon X Potter his witnesses, perhaps, excepted. Th Dostoffiee authorities at San Fran Cisco are about shipping $7,000,000 in gold to Sew York, as third class mail matter. The action stupifies the business men Frisco. of Eight hundred s...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 23 August 1878

S3 O P o H u PA H M H O 53 t-H o ft b H o w p CQ H 1 (4 Pi W Pi p H u P -ft o . -. - : i P M M . EH 5 H H CO ft W H H o P3 W H O M P O P4 o o ft M t-J . P PA W to W ft o P i CO o p PA o W o o H H Hi gi 5 g ft PA P4 H CO w O 1-1 H P n ft ft H s.a w h At no Retail Store in the State' will you, find a, better assortment of Pare Drugs, Medicines, c,at low prices, than at . SWIFT'S Drng Stored H W H O P THE TELEGRAPH. FRIDAY. AUGUST 23rd. 1878. The Telegraph 5 Months for 50c The Telegraph, for the balance of 1878, embracing the Campaign, will be sent postage paid for 50ceoU. Ol course, we would prefer to hare several names in a club from the same post office, butasingle paper will be sent for the same price when- ever so ordered. . . ' J X - - LOCAL NEWS. The Council met last Wednesday vn- ing.- . Sa'es of cheese range at alwut 7 to 8 cents, ;. , . ,! The Ahabula & Oil City E. E. is do ing a heavy freight business. -; , Sloan the engineer has been engaged in grading up the streets of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 23 August 1878

a EN agyj EN fapBlll -s5e r i -r i , - 7 i J". aeapsaaeearaeena IP Call 5 Cent Black Silks. A nice Gros Grain at 75 cents and a fall line of better gralen Black ; Cashmeres. Hundreds of our customers in this County will testify as to their quality and cheapness. A New Spring Dress Goods at VERY; From 60 cents a dozen upward. Special attention is called - to our number at $1.15, $1.40, $1.90 and $2.25. From 50 Oiled Cloths A large line at 30 cents per yard. From 5 cents Crashes Full 18 inches wide at 6 J cents. A full assortment of above Goods at A large line and Pine Odds and 5Y urn 1878. and See Our Department. (Sadls. Colored': Silks. A beautiful assortment, all colors. Summer Silks. Superb qnality, at 65 centa. Fine Lot of LOW PRICES ! Curtain Lace From 15 cents a yard upward. ' Table Linens From 18 cents a yard upward. Napkins White Quilts cents each to $5.00. Towels each a very large line. Sheetings 4-4, 5-4, 6-4, ,. 9-4 and 10-4. Jeans, Cottonades, ICassimeres at m PRICES. A L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 30 August 1878

nm HEED Sz SO 1ST, IPublisliers. ' Independe at in all things. $2 in Advanoe Vol. XXIX, No. 35. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1878. WTjole Number 1495. LA Till GRAPH. il II A (i BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. THOS. !. KOOTH, General nea'" ,n lry Goods, Groceries, Crockery and " w .re. Boom and Shoe. Ready-Made tToln lngHats and Caps. Tobacco, and Clear, and everything a family u or wear. North Main street. TO.TIBRS BorK WHtL, (A. C Tombes and Lu K. KockweiU W bolesale and Re tail lleaiers In Groceries i and Provisions Friuts and Orain ; Aen w for American and Union Eprw Companies and Cleveland Herald. Mitln street, Ashtabula. O. mi A. H. K. rt'.S-a v" ACE, Dealora In Choice Kamily irooerieaaml provisions; also, pure Confectionery, and the finest brands or To bacco and Clsars. Wil V. B. WEILS, Produce and Commission Merchant for the purchase and sale of West ern Unserve Butter, Cheese and Dried Fruits, Main stret. Ashtabula, Ohio. ViH C4HI.KLN 4c TVLliK, Deulers in Fancy and st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 30 August 1878

THE TELEGRAPH. Th. targe paper in Ashtabula, printed en-tlrely t home. QJW 13S Main Brett. ASHTABULA. - - " OHIO. Friday Morning Ang. 30. 1878. Republican State Ticket. For Secretary of State. MILTON BAESES, of Guernsey County. Judgof tne Supreme Court. WILLIAM WHITE, of Clark County. Member of Board of Public Works. GEORGE PAUL, of Summit County. COUNTY TICKET. For Probate Judge, E., J. BETTS, Jefferson. ". . For County Clerk. C. H. SIMOKDS, Jefferson. ; , For Sheriff. NEWTON JOXES, Geneva. far Commissioner. W T. SMOXDS, Saybrook. - For Infirmary Wr . NATHANIEL FOLLETT, Pierpont. ClerelwdTaTTorwarded m t to the yellow fever sufferers in the South. The "pemocratic State treasurer of Mis souri is short a million or more in his ac connts. Isaac N. Dawson, Mayor of Warren, TrumbnD County, died at his residence in that city, of consumption, on Tuesday night of last week. Bro. Reed in his last Telegraph calls it huxterine" that accomplished the defeat of a pet candidate in the county con...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 30 August 1878

- i" H O o W o t) W C3 .O ca 5$ O 83 H 1-4 M i W H H cn o t- O w o H K w o H H f W O o H cj W H -3 CO a w o CO o 8 3 5Z! Q W M H o H CO f t- H W co a o H H H 5 1 a o o m H O at o cj n o f w H W o o wo Retail Store in the State will you, find a better assortment of Pure Drugs, Medicines, $c.,atlow prices, than at SWIFT'S Drag Store. THE TELEGRAPH. ' FRIDAY. AUGUST 30th. 187S. The Telegraph 4 Mouths for fOc The Telesbaph, for the balance of 1878, emhr.uinc- the CainDaieU. will be sent Dostatre paid for 50 cents. Of course, we would prefer to have several names in club from the same post office, but a single paper will be sent for the same price when ever so ordered. '- LOCAL NEWS. Oysters next week. The Ashtabula Public Schools begin next Monday. Regular meeting of the Council next Wednesday evening. ' There have been but few arrivals and clearances at this harbor during the past week. Albert Harmon's bay colt was the most promising young horse on the track last Saturday. The Prohibit...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 30 August 1878

EN - K3 E7v - a PBeaTSai! SI? HI 0 Call 5 Cent A nice Gros Grain at 75 Black Hundredi of our customers in this County will testify as to their A Pine Lot of New Spring Dress Goods at VERY LOW PRICES 1 Curtain Lace . i From 15 cents a yard upward. i Table Linens From 18 cents a yard upward. Napkins From 60 cents a dozen to our number at tl.15, tl.40, $1.90 and $2.25. White Quilts - From 50 cents each to $5.00. i t . . ' Oiled Cloths : 1 A large line at 30 cents per yard. Full IS 4-4, 5 - NEWTTOREL PRICES A large line Odds and Ends, Cheap 1878. and See Our Department, Black Silks. cenU and a full line of better gra.le Colored Silks. A beautiful awortnient. all colors. Summer Silks. Superb quality, at 65 cents. Cashmeres. quality and cheapness. upward. Special attention is called Towels From 5 cents each a very large line. Crashes inches wide at 6 cents. Sheetings 4, 6-4, 9-4 and 10-4. A fall assortment of. above Goods at i Jeans, Cottonades and Fine Cassimeres at JOBBERS A-MrLIOESS. a...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 30 August 1878

Pro Amerii Cli il,0. , nlers it1 on; at bnuitjj Com! SUPPLiB 3NT F sale f SPEECH OF HON. W. H. WEST, DELIVERED AT Hamilton, O., Saturday Aug. 24, 1878. trei Fish : i ruita aa Wine. Dry? Hutu, Painti Is Druggl In for tslitiihj ; r UUfcUUIH Gi'4 Hps, Extr iption, I oal - at witi L . !i3 ' steel, ' urls. A inning good this points rof L:( ,4C fit done a street! tt,Ohlo.i A.GEN and I OI I Mtornevt Publl' abula, Q Prrnm and i iskellsl in anyi and CJ 1 and I will uii H.SHK 3 ttotncw Public! given Jonveyal atteri at Crrnn or Bctleb: Popular goTemment b end less and irrepressible conflict. Without the suprem acy of rational laws there is neither rational liberty nor social order. The eternal viei lance necessary to maintain this, is inseparable from eternal warfare. While convictions differ, or interests clash, oram MUodj machinate, this warfare most be waged. To prow weary in the fight, or indifferent to its results, !i fataL Either power will usurp, or corruption irmeate,or anarchy consume...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 30 August 1878

vtere no banks. Until the lapM of that period tne aebt will continue without the influence of the banks to perpetuate it. Is it not then a little pre mature to attempt creating the bridge Deiore reach ing it? . Th Rn&tsM fMiiRWMa lK Vinvt of thp old United ff tales Bank as an ally in the financial crusade of democracy to alarm old Jackson Democrat at the dangerous influence npon congress oi Vom V and trrifT them into support oi the new trospel currency. If spirits be capable of utter ance, will not the Indignant shade of the old bard ynouey hero burst its cerements lu rebuke tne sacri legious use of his great name? Tnat bank was a mammoth institution, wun ouu-eacnius unocu, auhieet to the central nower. National banks are tn- cenenient each from the other, as abeolutelT ss are the various industrial and commercial institutions of the country, earned on by associated capital. .They arise or expire as the wants of trade in dilfer eut localities fluctuate. Combinations between East...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 30 August 1878

tso voire Is rained against the binding force of the constitutional amecdmanor: than ererr la passed I'T a radical Congress, bowerer doubunl Its coastl- tuuooaticr or manifest iu injustice and impolicy, is nererthelM obeyed." 1 pass orer. as matter of taste, the Inference be raiaes against tbe mode of adoption of the constitu tional amendments, and tbe doubt be expresses as to the constitutionality of the laws to enforce them tt say that tbe Democratic party has not frankly and manfully acceDied the result of the war; that they do not accept, observe, or enforre the constitutional amendments or tbe laws passed in aid of them. It is precisely of this that the Republicau party com plains; that It will try to enforce, and. though tem porarily divided and defeated, will continue to de mand, and "will eert&iniy, in time, secure. It was the organized deprivation of tbe Republicans in Jxmisians of the n(rht to vote that occasioned the controversy there, and eo in Mississippi and South ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 30 August 1878

In 1876, -when the Legislature met. It had to appro priate to meet Democratic deficiencies OTer ti&O.OOO. which ought to be added to the appropriations of the preceoin r two yeans, ana nun aoue iiwiui. the aggregate to IH.0U0.0O0. The greatest amount ever appropriated bv the Republican in any two Team wan in 1872 and ''73, when the sum reached twi.OH orb.i3.976 so less man out friends the next two years, and that, raying nothing lor the efficiency I have menuoneu- ""-"'"',' i w-i . i - i ,ka i i.!.i4ni mtnroonsted xs,4W,- 72 36 to the asylum fund, this great sum being needed to repair the losses by fire, and to .build the Alliens Asylum, while in 1874 and 18.5 the Dem.xrats cut down that fund to 1324.1100 less. The recent session of the Legislature appropriated more money from the general revenue fund than was ever appropriated by any former Legislature at one session. For the current expenses of the Slate It appropriated tne enormous sum oi .vno vl, wi sea n in 1877. and S692.9...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 6 September 1878

A 01 ABTJLA TELEGRAPH. XJVk3JLJL REJEID 5z SOjM, Tixblisliers. - ' Independe at in all tilings. $2 in Advance. Vol. XXIX, No. 3f " ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1878. Whole Number 1496. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. , n ri.i.im Dealer Dry Goods, Groceries Crockery and wre, Boou and Shoes. Ready-Made l (..th ing Hats pd Caps. i -.TVo Tt o7 wear. North Mttln street, Ashtabula. IV TOKIBES RttfUfKI-l. (A. a Tombes .nd Lm. K. Kockweil.i W holes le aiid Ke- ' tail Denier In Groceries ana rTovisinna Frluts and Grain; Airent Utr Aiuerican and Union fcxpresa uuiji "-""A,, Herald, Main street. Ashtabuut. O. liui A. H. K. V. 8A VAG K, Dealer in Choice KmlU'rooerieSHiii ProvisicMls; alxi.pure Confectionery, and the fluetit brand of To bacco and Clears. lati a. R. WKlLD. Prod nee and Commission Merchant for the purchase and sale of West ern Reserve Batter Cheese and Dried Fruits, Main stre.t, Ashtabula, Uhio. usa cilll.KI.li Jr TVLKk. Dealers iu Kane andtsutple Dry (Joods, Family Grocer...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 6 September 1878

THE TELEGRAPH. Th. largest PP In Ashtabula, printed en- Urely t bom. . Office 128 Main Street. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Morning Sept. C 1878. Republican State Ticket. For Secretory of Bute. MILTON BAEXES, of Guernsey County. Judge of lb. Supreme Court. WILLIAM WHITE, of Clark County. Member of Board of Public Work s. GEORGE PACT of Summit County. COUNTY TICKET. E. J. BETTS, Jefferson. For County Clerk. C. H. SIMONDS, Jefferson. For Sheriff. NEWTON JONES, Geneva. For Commissioner. W. T. SIMONDS, Saybrook. ' For Infirmary Director. NATHANIEL FOLLETT. Pierpont, Bishop M'Coskry has been formal ly deposed. The President bad a warm recep tion at Chicago on last Tuesday evening. The Republicans of Vermont are Dome 20,000 ahead in the election of Tuesday ' The second annual exhibition of the Pittsburgh Exposition opened Sept. 3d, under most favorable cir auspices. The display iB conceded to be the finest ever made. A suc cessful season is anticipated. An excursion steamer with same 700 of 80...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 6 September 1878

t-i w o a s n o y h s-j m w w s r H C O W 2 M 2 S g O B g 4 s !r s o o w f oa g H W H m O 5 a e g a g 3 a M H W W 3 2 g 5 "8 5 3 I I K S -? w o v At no Retail Store in the State will you find a better assortment of Pure Drugs, Medicines, $c.it low prices, than at SWIFT'S Jrug Store. THE TELEGRAPH. FRIDAY. SEPT. 6th. 187S. The Telegraph 4 Months for 50c The Teleajiaph, for the balance of 1878, embracing the Campaign, wilt be gent postage paid for 60 cent. Of course, we would prefer to have several names in a club from the same post offlee, but a single paper will be sent for the same price when ever so ordered. LOCAL NEWS. The Board of Health meets to-night. Races at the track to-morrow, Satur day. The Public Schools opened last lion day. The Council met last Wednesday eve ning. Bieder opened the oyster season here last Friday. F. A. Pettibone has taken orders in the United States Courts. The bills allowed at the last. Council mounted to nearly $ (700. Wheeler, the boot and shoe man,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 6 September 1878

E2S. C7v faatasifej 3 pa "5)io) n rr j Lm U Uv Call 5 Cent ires A nice Gro's Grain at 75 A beautiful Black Cashmeres. Hundreds of onr customers in this County will testify as to their quality and cheapness. A Tine Lot of New Spring Dress Goods . at VERY LOW PRICES ! Curtain Lace From 15 cents a yard upward. Table Linens From 18 cents a yard upward. . . . - ' Napkins From 60 cents a dozen upward. Special attention is called to our number at $1.15, 11.40, $1.90 and $2.25. i - White Quilts From 50 cents each to $5.00. : Oiled Cloths A large line at 30 cents per yard. Towels From 5 -cents each a very large line. A fall assortment of above Goods at T&JLil W 1TOR.K, PRICES A large line Jeans, Cottonades, an d Fine Cassimeres at 1 i . ' ' - JOBBERS PRICES. A Lot of Odds and Ends, Cheap. 1878. and See Our Department. (Eals. Black Silks. ceuls and a fall Hue of better grades Colored Silks. assortment, all colors. Summer Silks. Superb quality, at 65 cents. I . ' ' ' ' . ' Crashes Full 18 ...

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