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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 27 June 1874

11711 17 Pi T Independent in all tilings. 1 AS. REED & SON, PubKshers- $2 in. Advance. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1874. VoJ. XXV, No. 26. "WTiole Number 1277. RATE : OF ADVERTISING. One-1 neb iu c-pare mtu a Square. - 1 sa ixj i "O-1 X mI Jio.il feeol, 1 col 1 Jf..tl.Wl 41 i.UJ3.0d 4..l fti.no t.d.Oil t .-iS. 1.S01 i.Odi SUI 1.U.U a.Kl I IU 8 T)JK. i "M I l 5 i liOj S 001 14 ui is mi 1 h urn . H.S'I .".'JO 8 iKillla 8.iV 4.00 'HI e 001 !. 7.0 1 !l J,i; fi.uu I5.IJU 3 u l.lj rl tw if . l.ol. i i.iw-" i. uij 2.0:- Hi M-;t.ou.J 45 t r 1 .in .v.m !!. o; liail.i..m 1.111.(11' Ljeal $ Mo. :t ct per line. . -ii-.ut i i' tartiareH inserted gratis. 'l'a-j'K-di V'iveti .iit-.ul-in . iid for iiitaria a'y in advanc. Yet.ii- a-n-ar.i.er wi J -e c'iare.1 extra for Dis- ij ili- -i i.l 'I'.tisr Xoiic. uot couuectud witti ' lioir re.i"ar lainraa. Biuie- r.l- i tl.illjra year iwr line. Vcl niiiiHMtort' and lixet!iior'' Noti-e charved Ail olhar li! AJverti-cmeuw cliarxed ?S c:yta p.r iu 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. — 27 June 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES RXXD BON, PTOpristors. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 87, 1374. Excuslou train will leT Orwell 18 m -July 8th, ud retnrn, 5 p. m. Prt.t HAjtLnf has become leader of the choir in St J amen Church, Paines Tllle, . - The Fourth is to be obeerred In Paines- wiil. !,) ih name of Garfield is an nounced at the orator of the day. Some charges that hare been iuformal ly brought against a member of the Board of Township Trustees, are being revived again. ' The ladies of the il. . Society had, as is usual with them, a success in their fesli ral of last week, baring real I fed the asm of62. Jenning'f jropogaUug hiusea are .well stocked with choice plants and flowers, where the lovers of the beautiful may make their own selection to suit their tastes and fancies. Attend to the first irmDtomt ot con sumption and that disease msy be check ed in its incipitur. Use immediately Dr. Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial, a aafe remedy in all diseases tf me lungs. , A lettes trum "H. U. J," on t...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 27 June 1874

Notions, IMiillineryy "Wall Paper Booki, Stationery, Newspaper, Msesilnei Picture PicUi Frames, Glass. Baby Carta gee, etc Conneaut, Ohio. L. LYON. SmollUS 1 - llll iff f : 0 '; a,. "". 0 WANTED! WANTED!! WANTED! Things that we want more than OTereoats Heavy Beady Made Clothing; BUSH OF TRADE I SAPID BEDUCTIOK O STOCK I READY CASH 1 1 1 V These are what we want, and therefore we OH JT the above lines of CLOTHING ' COST ,.t the next thirty days. AT COST 1 AT COST ! ! AT COST !'! 1 We have marked these (roods In plain figures, ' and shall not summer over any of them if we can sell them at cost, , New Goods! New Goods!! These rood are fresh and new, purchased for . . ii . j . i. i .1 ......la tMld anil maWiA that We last lau KilU aaain ntuiw "-"" b , - can recommend. We include in the above sale dozen or more Suite and pants to be made to Older from the ' " FWBST GOODS IN THE MARKET. This is a rare opportunity to buy Clothingcheap Clething that we will warrant in style, make, and color...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 27 June 1874

1 " .BBBBlJBBBB-a QUICK LIME! THE Kiln of Wm. Humphrey, near the L. 8 Station, having been taken by the .rharViner and the nres started for the season, the IShJwTim'be accommodated In quantities to wit ?hei wanta? onTppUcauon at the .Kiln, or .t the I '- NIGHT AND DAT STORE nearly opposite. Prices will range as low a at In, olher eatabluhment In mSy. Aahttbula, April 80th, 187 TUBE MILK. FAR60 & BROTHER are now running TWO Milk Wagons, and supplying their enstomers wtth the PUREST AND BEST MII.K, in best possible condiUon, nd from j'- J . V a.-.. and Sr irK. wants of natrons seaeonaoiy ana wun tTrfreSila"" ThSieln w.nt of daily supplies will ba?S?"ed to on notice given to Lucien ar- P o u -rOUte- FAKGO BRO. Ashtabula. April 80th, 1874. ltf J MANSFIELD & COMPANY PRICES REDUCED GENER ALLY ! sio.oo i ... emit dark well made. a Working Pantaloon. Ten Dollar! buys a Black Beaver Overcoat. $3 00 buys a Boy's Overcoat. Two EEMEMBEE that the Clothing at BS Public Square is Warranted...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 27 June 1874

f mm mm In o L sift -'rV,- L if-J Ft ., i" Jf i W. W. COLE'S GREAT w 5 to 3F 4sn i ' ' -v. 'V - . P. ; 'i' : i .' ill.. XI and V- s cqujis g .' IX r i V AW nit iinici I I h! l Menagerie, Museum, Aquariam, Aviary triple Circus y . It stauds upon its Merits I it denes Competition ! it pursues the even tenor of its way. Its unprecedented success is a guarantee of its worth. IPftOTTUI UsjfeKi TO SEC01TD ANNUAL TOUR of tlie most " S t u p e n d o u s Exhibition , O11 MODERN TIMES- FIEST VISIT TO THE STATE OF OHIO.' THE GREAT NEW YORK & NEW ORLEANS ZOOLOGICAL & EQUESTRIAN EXPOSITION. ' Vastly superior in point of magnificence: far excelling in attraction all Wn- Bors. In magnitude, origmality, strength, splendor, and universal popularity and sue- ?ao, wuiiuut au ctuai, witnoui a compee witnout a nvaL - 1,000,000 DOLLARS represented by a multitude of curiosities, a legion of animals, numbers of umparal- Ifilf leled novelties, bands of music, a city of tents, a herd of dromedaries, ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 27 June 1874

:-.-:.r' . It - -- -- ' "V f-r . , (Si s ; i X ( "df. ' J 1-6 Onlv Teally GREAT SHOW that will visit Ashtabula this season. So stupendous in its proportions that it swallows up all competitors. - Beware of deceptions of all shows which do not in their published bills warn the.public against gambling and what are known as showmans' tricks. The GREAT EASTERN employs detectives at' big expense.! and pays for the apprehension and conviction-of such lawbreakers. A World's Fair, 'coming in special trainW kn6W-tue.'$lClO,000. challenge shWand-the mbst . Moral, Chaste, and Eespectable Exhibition in the United States. Three Complete Performances at 10 a: m., 2 and 7 30 p.mvV 0 .-.jjgfiitfffiz. J. i-j; :'.-rr. - I THE . ONLY JAMES ROBINS The Bareback Horseman, and his Sons, Clarence and Eugene, and the Talented Tbnipany. . . , - .. , .... ... , TWO GRAND ilEIAGEEIES AP THE DOUBL lisM! sr.' n Ar. C3 Km I ..... l - j -. : ? .1 &r.. 'i si "of fi u j i ' 7 3, A towering Giant among: its Fello...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 4 July 1874

4 sFjir iru V i f)Mtl J . JAS. EEED & SON, Publishers. . Independent in aU things. . 82 in Advance. Vol XXV, No. 27. ; ASHTABULA QHIQ, SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1874. .' ' ! Whole Number 1278. ii i i . i t i f ' if :T - lrT . n. 'Or ? ' -Aw-. 1 I i n .... SSlv - " . 'in i in n i mm " Only reaUj GREAT SHOW that will visit; Ashtabula this season. So stupendous in its proportions that it swallows up all competitors. Beware of deceptions of all shows which do not in their published bills warn the public against gambling and what areTknown as shpwmans' tricks. The GREAT EASTERN employs, detectives at big expense, and pays for the apprehension and conviction of such lawbreakers. A World's Fair, coming in special trains, known as the $1 0 0,0 0 0 challenge show and the most , Moral, Chaste, and Kespectable Exhibition in the United States. Three Complete Performances at 10 a. m., 2 and 7 30 p. m. ... t J o ' i.3J- THE jONliY JyjMES RQBJfeN ! The Bareback Horseman, and his Sons, Clarence and Eug...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 4 July 1874

TMSJrorn and mutilated national tank and legaf tender currency is to be retired, and replaced with clean, newiyp notes of the same kind and denomination to suit Hon. Geonre Hoar. foll Mr" t i ArV,niae a renomination for XBWCD Ul rwreas. It is hardly to be preanmed that Butler will be caught following, in m rase, at least, ao wholesome an exam ple. Mr. Archey McKiasick, of Rockdale, Pa., in writing to Dr. Wisbart ssys "Mr aon was pronounced incurable with con sumption, but hearing of your Pine Tree Tar Cordial, we purchased three bottles and he commenced using it, and from that day to this he has been getting well. Rmm-Mr Tiaa had another defeat His nrocosed Ministry of the Realm." which was intended to deal with German affairs from Berlia directly, and to be responsi ble to Parliament only, was defeated by t-.o nnnnsition of the minor powers, who i r lii? not wish their identity swallowed np entirely by the new Empire. On Thursday last the Episcopal Con . yention of Michigan -divide...

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

THE TELEGRAPH JAMES T?Eim SON, Proprietors. Ter so, a per Year in Advance, SATURDAY MORXPfG. JULY 1 j74-Business letter should be addressed to Jams Eot Son. Those having reference to the aui torUl Department of the psper, shond be directed Editobop tub Tdrapk. . A new Masonic Hall has been dedicated at Madison, Lake Co! nn t. h Rdirhah is to deliver an oration at Bay City, Micb.,oo July 4lh. We are indebted to Hon. H. B. Wood- bubt tor a pampblet copy of the proposed New Constitution. Fuller's new bus to the harbor not being well patrouized at'a quarter, is now running for ten cents. Excursion on the Lake. The schr. Vampyrt and tug Dexter will make excur sion trips on tbe lake, July 4th. See adv. Miss Libbib Akdebson, of this place, . has gone !o Minneapolis, to reside and fill an engagement with a Unitarian church of that cityJ t Boss Castle has taken tne job of put- tine; np Contractor M'Kenzie's house, and has already begun the work of removal of the old buildings. Tne Report of ...

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

u If y o AsIIntlsilbualls!,' TTlliiBnrsdlay JTunBy S)ttBa. mil f'f Tf r- 'H W W. COLES GREAT 3$ m A , mm isc ' -4 V hi i " S . t II 4 1 3 i t 1 r u 1 J f 1 r I I 1 ' V I 1 Finn ml. D R A TM f""V I""" 1 'tx PJI til v I Piil lUli PrP- (ip Menagerie, Museum, Aquariam, Aviary &tnp!eCircus It stands upon Us Merits ! It defies Competition! It pursues the even tenor of its way. Its unprecedented success is a nrnni aa f SKgS3fKi(C " " i.h. SECOND ANNUAL. TOUR of the most . tu pen do us Exhibition OP MODERN TIMES 1IKST VISIT TO THE STATE OF OHIO. THE GREAT NE W YORK & NEW ORLEANS ZOOLOGICAL & EQUESTRMI EXPOSITION vastly superior in point of majmificcnce: &r.rn:. ; -tf; .n j . 'A cess, wunout an equal, without a compeejr, without a rivaL" : ' s. 1,000,000 DOLLAT4G . droreiof Lorses. Bea-monstera errestnal terrors, Sn army of men and 7hT Wfei Sfe HaHebeste Blazers, Eknds. riant Ostrich. Mav . AW-,. Royal W"'TSJ nog, 14 dromedaries, malft in &m.ra.Trr u iuiwpuies, Ibex, Wart...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 11 July 1874

17 ' 1 - i. T '" M -IT si!! -r-3 il I 1 2 II If J AS. REED & SON, Publishers. Independent in all tilings. in A.dvanoe. Vol. XXV, No. 28. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURD AT, JULY 11, .1874. "WTiole Number 1279. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ona Inch la space make a Square. 1 so. iwS8qsufeol'sol'Weol 1 eol Wrf.. 91.60 .S) $.tl:f3.(K).4.0,:6.UO $10.00 8 weeks . 1.60 3.001 a.so 8.0UI 4.00 4.00 S.OUi 6.0CH 6UI 7.00 is. oo 14 00 15.00 8 weeks. 8.00 1 monih . S.S0 8 months 8.00i montna 4.00 8 months 8.00 months 8.00 1 year 10.00 8.00 8.00 16.001 20.00 3.00 4.0U1 6.UU 6.00) 7.00: i.wi a.uiij iz.uu 8.00 100 15.00, 12.00 18.00:24 00, 22.00 80.00 6.00 9.00 83.00! 80.00 85.00 18.0M' lb.OOi 4.00i 32 00 15.00i20.00aU.Ot)40.0U 46.001 55.00 108.00 Local Notices, 10 cents per line. - Traasiaat iKivetiuamems to be paid for fnvarfa- oiy in aovsnce. Yer:j advertisers will be charged extra for Dis- somnon ana other Aouces, not wmk Inc.r regular Dusiness. AtlmiiiiatraMir.' . nH RYMitnn1 Notices eoarired . $2. All ot...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 11 July 1874

THE TELEGRAPH.) ASHTABULA, OEIO -rTinm Sf 11,101. Saturday Konu" irr . xiale having withdrawn his r acceptance of the Postmaster Gener alship Mr. Jewell, of Connecticut, and present Minister of Russia, has received and accepted the appoint ment. It will be a month or more before he can enter upon the duties of the office. - ; ' ' ' ' Gen. Garfield. We first became acquainted with Gen. Garfield -when he arrived at Colombo, in company with Gen. Cox, both of tbem having been elected to the Ohic .Senate in 1SS0 Thev were then youne men aooui JhirtyyeaoTeandfrejast entering on their pnblic life. They happened to be members of our family during tio two session of their term and till the war called them into a wider and more im portant field. Our acquaintance at that ' time ripened into a friendship that has en dured until this day. We believe we , si r k m (hnwiniftiW and have KDOW VTCU, Wll llcnj Luwionf,"'; ever since regarded him as not only one 01 the aoiesi oj our vuiu w8" . a)BO as ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 11 July 1874

THIFTEEEimTlPH. JAMBS HEED BON, Proprietor. T"" M per Tear la itrun. SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 11. 1 374. Business letters should be addressed to Jm Es4 8o. Those having reference to the Edi torial Department of the paper, hood be directed Knrroa or thb TmnurE. TRAVELER' GUIDE. asHraBULi, toubsstowb s nmiuni . . Leave Ashtabu la, T:l a. m., 5a p.m. Arrive at Ashtabula, 131 p. m.. 8-iS p. m. LKl SHOES SUCBIOAB SOOTHBBH BAILWAT. Win leave Ashtabula, 6.-05 r. 1,111. a.. :0 A. ., 5.0S A. ., 55 p. . Kast leave Aabtabuia. kuu r. i:si F. it. g:ttr. m., 7:10 P. . I" A- raaincuji orraioH u s. a . s. bt. Leave Ashtabnla, :40 A. H., 11:13 p. . Arrlrest Aahtabala,' -.). m., 7:10 p. . TouvenowB Dirtaioa i. a H. a. Leave Ashtabula, 4:30 a. B. 9:16 a. K. Arrive 11:10 A.m. p. . Prof. H. W. Sbaylor of Portland Me, is visiting Ashtabula rriends,whiling away bis lommt't vacation. Tlie Holbrook farm, at Leon, of 268 acres bought by a Mr.. Bacon last year, has been sold again, to a Mr. Button, of Pa. Jtfsw...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 11 July 1874

; GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE OF -re r y O oodo -AT- CILKEY & PERRY'S, BATE'S GINGHAMS,. ..10c GAB2TERS PKEXTSJ. 8c A new Lot of JAPANESE SILKS, sold usually for 35c, now 85c An Elegant Lice of EOS GRAIN and WATERED RIBBONS. 45c Just Beceived,.... - . BASH EIBBONS. 1 1nches wide, only. ........ .80c DOMESTIC GOODS at New York Prices. i VICTORIA LAWNS reduced 26 per cent., all qua! ':' - ' .' - : ! - j FANS, PABASOLS.GUIPUEE LACES, : " r I BEAD TRIMMING, BELTS : " 1 T-hka LACE,. j : 'POINTS andSACQTIES, LACE BARBS & SCARFS, - TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS, &c. HAEBIS SEAMLESS KID GLOVES, i i ELEGANT BLACK SILKS. BLACK ALPACAS AND MOHAIRS and a fall line of MOURNING GOODS, BL'K TAMESK BOMBAZINE and CASHMERES. yyE invite every one to call and examine onr large stock of DRY GOODS, feeling confident that we can make it for their interest to purchase of us. 6ILKEI t PEHBY 1369 ' - o 5 WANTED! WANTED ! I WANTED! ' Things that we want more than Overcoats Heavy Ready Made Clothing . ECSH OP...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 18 July 1874

IJdjJL. J(1LW3UL JUL, ... " r i J AS. REED & SON, PubUshers. Independent in aU tilings. 82 in Advance. Vol. XXV, No. 29. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1874. Whole Number 1280. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Inch tn space makes a Square. 1 sa.iisq SsasiSt'coliXcol xcoi 1 col . ,i t m itn as oil 4 m inn tum 1 Week..!.!!-5". .W;$S.00 4.l.if.j0 $10.00 1 M.lisqs awiBnwi:Lui tw iwii. OOI S.l' O-W O.W 13.W a r. 4 fill KOjil OH a oa! lion 4.00 S.&0 4.00 K(ml aim aj 14 00 1 month . S S0 S.UO 6.001 6.001 T00I s no:is on 16.00 3 months .w I months 4.00 ft months 6.00 4.0(1 6.00 ' 7.0(1 Si.Otl S.OOi 100; 16.00: 30.00 9.00 14.00 18.00 S4. 00 : 24 00 33 00 . 60.00 ss no a mhnlhi ft.OO it.nn-i.m . 1 year . . . 10.001 IB.00120.00 1.30.00i40.0o: 100.00 Local Notices. 10 cents per line. Deaths and Marriages inserted gratis. Transient Advetisements to be paid for invana- Yearly advertisers will be charged extra tor Dis- r w.. mnA Alhw KntiMi nnt connected With their regular business. . Busine...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 18 July 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA.. OHIO. Saturdaj Morning, July 18, 1874. Western Reeerre College yield to the tendency of the .time., having aammea o em tile freshmen. Candidate, for the-BuseiotrMisslon are BlentT aa blackberries, in Washington. S d Sawyer were ahead . at las. ac- counts. The Washington Republican has infor. nation from reliable sources that Vice. President WHson will shortly resign on account of continued ill health. Mr. Car-, penter as President pro temof the Senate, will in that event, become acting Vice President i By the provision of a law lately passed, no juror in this Estate can be compelled to serve more than three weeks at any one termofconrt. The law also prevents per Wn. from aerving more than once a year on a jury, which the Toungstown TtSmne thinks, ia bad on the professionals. ; Mayor Haremeyer is not happy. He has been driven into doing a more decent thing than be wished. The Mayor should be consoled by the reflection that he has been as disreputable as he ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 18 July 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES KKSD BON. Proprietor. Tnau, M per Yer la A ranee. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1374. Business letwn should be addressed to Jans Rvkd So. Those having reference to the Edi torial Department of the paper, ahoud be directed Kditob or m Txueura. TRAVELER' GUIDE. ASHTABULA, TOUMOaTOTV KTTSSrMH . Leave Ashtabula, 7:1 a. m.,:iap. m. Arrive at Ashtabula, lfcsi p. m.. SMp. m. uit uoai A mchibae solthehx bailwat. Wear leave Ashtabula, 6.-05 r. a. a-an . w s-os a. .. 56 a. a. Kim leave Ashtabula. :U0 A. ., 1:S1 P. . :11r. ., 7:J0 P. . lTill A. . -- TRAXKLl BmilOU-2. A A . S. BT. Leave Ashtabula for Oil City,: 15 a. ... for Jef. ' Arrives at Ashtabula from Jefferson. 6:35, from Oil Ci'y 11:10 A. M. TOCHosrowa Division l. s. a a. a. Leave Ashtahala, 4:80 a. a. 9:15 A. . Arrive 11:10 A.a. :30 p. a. Always read tbe advertisements sod learn w be re to secure (he bes bargains, We noticed a large tank, the other day, on its way to tbe ExcliaDire Hotel, at the barbrr. for use in gen...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 18 July 1874

CHOICE FAMILY Groceries & Provisions at the Grocery Honse or A.H. & E.W. SAVAGE, Goods eold ma low aa ANY OTHER HOUSE ASHTABULA. iMitr lOIt SALE! j jfODEL FAEM CONTACTING FIFTY ACRES Sitnated fire miles southeast of Athtabnla TiUare. Tbe land i in the highest state of enlti Tation, conveniently fenced, with a never feiling apply of Pure water ; an orchard of tbe best va rieties of grafted fruit, also Plnms. Peaches and Cherries : a larye and commodious Dwelling Bouse, all painted and finished; Urge Barns Granaries and other bnildinga, all new. A most deirable country residence, convenient lorCburca ool failing will be taken In part payment. For farther par ticular, enquire at this omce, or 01 l;4tf J. H. MILLS, Oor. Chestnut and Sycamore Ste., Ashtabula. w o u w o 8P W W o CO S3 td o o Ul GO M o w I o a l 1S75 WANTED! WANTED J! WANTED! Thin; that we want more than Overcoats; Eeayy y maae oiotmng , tSa1 HUSH OF TRADE I EAP1D REDUCTION O STOCK I BEADY CASH 1 1 1 These are what...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 25 July 1874

nn Independent in all things. J AS. REED & SOIST, Publishers. $2 in Advance. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1874. "WTiole Number 1281. Vol. XXV, No. 30. A 717 "E1 IR A ICDQ" 1LJ .JZilrO'lL. JL JL J Jfcv JLJJ RATES OF ADVERTISING. RATES OF ADVERTISING. On Inch In space makes a Square. 1 sa ISO Wrol 1 col. 1 Week. $1.00; 1.50 1.001 $1.50 ;$ iM $8.O0!$4.O0 H una: Vco! hico . $10.00 8 week -S weeka . I month . 3 moutba 8 monta $ months fi month a mil 4.us)l a.uu; A OO R full A lllll 7.00 12.00 14.00 1.50 8.01) 1.5" 8.00 4.0.1 8.00 S.00 s'oOl 6!00 1.00, .oo! 15.00 12.00 80.00 60.00 86.00 100.00 4.0U 15.0U MA) 6.00 I.IMI H.W) a no 14-on. is nn BUI ililooi 18.00 4 00 i6.0Oi4.0Ol8i00 33.00 8.00 10.00 1S.00 15.00 45.00 55.00 1 year ... 20.00i80.UOI 40.001 . . i u..u IRMtiti nor lln Deatha and Man iage inaened gratis. . - Transient Advetiaemente to be paid for lBana- bViSRSi.. will becharged ex. for Dis solution and other Notices, not connected wiiu their regular business. .. Bu.iner...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 25 July 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA... OHIO.- , Saturday Morning, Jail 25, 1874. Edwin C. Cowlks. Esq . of 'be Ckve Und Leader bas Ik-cm- appointed United . . ahL'.iA Slates MUilsiiT to o i Theodore Tiilon 18 witlidrawo from the editorship of the Golden Age, and is succeeded by Win. T.. Clark, a eraduate ofDiviuity Hall. Twenty-two million postal cards were issued -by the Post-Office Department du- riug iuc 4UBMC1 cuuiu 4uuc ouiuv niri " that is the dulli-st quarter in the year. A sew style, of betti r finish than the p.res ent, is to be issued during the present summer. Gen. Sheriden has asked permission of the Wsr Department to see a regiment in active operations against the Indians. He says that an offensive campaign is rjxue effective and more economical than a defensive one. Gen. Butler says that he never cheated the colored troops in the Army of the James, as charged by Gen. Hooker, i It is a small matter whether the public . be. lieves Gen. Butler or Gen. Hooker. There are worse acts th...

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