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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 November 1878

THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper In Ashtabula, printed en tirely at home. Oific 1 Main Street. A.SHTABUX.A. - OHIO Friday MornincNov. 15tli,I878. Th election of Bisbee, Rep., Florida, i now conceded by about 225 majority, Bloodhounds were used in tbe search for Stewart's remains, but so far without suc cess. vir tin, VillouirhbT body enatcber, has been sentenced to-four months in the m, .nrt fine and costs amounting RVI II " UJ vuu i 2ft. . tk. ivmrvratic party in Massachusetts, ,o;fi1 and corroborated what Sam . Carr said of t!.em-they were an inrignifl- ant third party. . Full returns from tbe First Congressional t:.. v,,h r.mlina. show the elec tion of Martin. Rep. over Teates, Dem Present incumbent, by aoout 160 majonty, x- Whatever survivors of greeabackism there may be left by the election, will be nnite rosDectful and modest, ana wui oe entitled to make more sonsideration now than before. Democratic editors have a high opinion .innnrters. Whenever there is a ReDublican victor...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 November 1878

Trusses, Shoulder Brace?, Abdominal Supporters. Specialties In Toilet Goods. A. R. Thurber & Co. Call at SWIFT'S Drug Store. and See the Assortment of Perfumery, Brushes, Soaps and Toilet Goods displayed. THE TELEGRAPH. FRIDAY. NOV. 15th, 187S. LOCAL NEWS. Miss Maria Clark is visiting wilh friends in Koebester, X. Y. Dr. Terry, of Viicn, X. Y., lias been brought home by the death of bis father. Prof. H. M. King is working up the Cantata of "Joseph's Bondage," in Pmues Tille. The brick makers are.winding up their season's woik. Irvine drew bis last kiln on Tuesday. W. H. Tallman, who has been at Erie, bas returned again to the fishing grounds of Ashtabula. The purchasers of toys and holiday goods will notice theadveitiscuientof Levy & Steam, Cleveland. Ezra Savage is an invalid and confined to the bouse. So is the J unior of t he Tele- GRAPH. Both are having a .run of fever. Arthur the fisherman set bis nets off this harbor on Sunday evening, and on Monday morning-drew them w...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 November 1878

jt " " "i OPENED I- -AT THE- of m ----- - - - Notwithstanding the recent advance in the Eastern markets, we re still selling Brown and Bleached i T COTTONS A. yard wide, brown, at - 4Ufair yd. wide, brown, at - - . A food yd. wide, brown, at - An extra yd. wide, brown, at - - The very bet fine or heavy at . .-..-- Bleached at the same low price. i.i t-M.; C1LOTIIS ! Ky. Jeans and Tweeds, at the best value we have ever offered the same, which is saying a good deal. DRESS GOODS! Are 25 to SO per cent less than last year. We have a large stock at popular prices, from cheapest to best. Our Black Cashmeres are bought in connection with a very large house, and we can offer some pecial prices only look and be satisfied. UNDERWEAR ! X ""Buy" these goods now acd save money. We have placed some drives in lots toeiose outtLst will be appreciated Odd Lots leftover from last Winter. -DEPARTMENT Hashad a great many additions and is fail to look Remember 1 E.ejp 0 Erie Store, (51 a 4 ctntt. ft ctn...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 November 1878

rmron msnm add 0 WW w A LIFE'S REGRET. Turning the leave to an Idle way Of a book Umt I wae afcunmt I tooud alius at the end of aaaag. Wulcb koeaa on banntlnc ma all day kmc Wita 1U .aunt and moumfnt melody "O lova my love, bad yon arved not mar Sadder a burdea could ami ba Thau "love, my love, bad yon loved bat mar Few words, and aintpiv bat 0 bow mac The linear boa told la that mil touch I How bard a story of chance Vat. Of bright bopea bbsbted and Una love crossed, & beard la the whispered melody. O lore, my love, bad you kwred but taeV Tomanyaaorrowtbakeymay be Tue "love, my tore, bad you loved bat ma r I don't baliava in what poeu bava Mid Of hearts that are broken and II vw Ibat aradead 11th wall ordered will auad to Ihwr course. And henna of true aietal riug liulr tba worse. But they vibrato Mill to tbat UM-iudy . -O tore, my love, bad yon loved but aw r ICy life b) wall: but what would It be. .Sweet -love, aiy leva, bad yon loved but mar -Tba world rolb) an. aadtkeycara ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 November 1878

G i "O ( SLIS)ATI lQ) si An --"in iji2 -33 .GOOD .i Fi ...'iil:-i: , ' 1 1 1 U f fl II- i w t - III liu. U" A oq; i;;i1;t:.i-j ;i,t.(l,,.,-.r ,'.-,;.. .;i...-w,;.,.. i.r ...-. .. . ...-- .. JBtilGoli, Gpceriesr3o(fts Shoes, ..'" ,' ' ' ' . - - ' ' r ' . ., s -'.'':: ;.. . I i. : -' . , : ,-. .. i . , J - - . ' .. . . . , .... , -. rir. ill J - H ats, Gaps, W!?? Stock of Goods in with pur ovk, and Close Out both stocks at 1 . v rm .. . I .'iJ?.,4i.i.Uj.. t'"-' .,. it.S rr-oil fc;.:ia.-U BEGINNING r i:vy.; L v v f- K ' . . '. .... and continuing: evry Afternoon , and Bving -until every tfaiiir is sold. ... .'.Osirsjuii . . ' ... , .-SPRING; will, give this sale, his personal ;ateition;M our citizens know that he always mates' his sales very lively, by giving great bargains! . ;i . buea Come Bvry One ! You will never have anotlier such a chance. j ....... ' . - - . . ASHTABULA, Nov. 12; i878.

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 November 1878

BULA Tin ,T(fi-fi A P1H A U- r m. w t i JCLkJJLJL - T.A.S. REED Sz SON", Publishers. Independe at in all things. $2 in Advance. Vol. XXIX, No. 47. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY; NQWMBER 22, 1-878. Wi,ole dumber 1507. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. .MERC 1 1 AN 'VS. THOS. "J. BOOTH. General lealer in iry Goods, Groceries, Crockery and Ola- ware, Boots and Shoes. Keady-Made Cloth ing Ki'ji and Caps. Tobacco and l-iKrs, and everything a family needs to eat or wear. ortn .vjain street, flwiunui TOJISES & R or K. WELL, (A. & Tonibes lull Healers la uroceries ana rni"i" Kriutsand Grain; Agents for American an Union Express Companies and Cievelau Herald, Min street. Aniitabuia, O. M A.M. 6c U. W. SAVAGE, Dealers In Choice KatniivGronerienaiid frovisions; aiso.pure Confectionery, and liie finest brand of To bacco and liears. imi u. s alii.l.. lrodiiee and Commission Merc-haul for tiie purchase and pale of West ern Reserve Butler, neee ana unea traits, Main sirest, Aklitabula, Ohio. lH CARLISLE A T V...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 November 1878

the telegraph: Tbe largest paper in Ashtabula, printed en tirely at home. Ctfkw 128 Jtam Street. ASHTABULA. - OHIO Fridar Morning-, Not. 224. 1878. Through many Cypher Sara TUden came to naught, and he will sigh for a re nomination in Tain. EtU Smith the Fremont poisooer has been sentenced to two year in the peniten tiary. " With rld at one eight of one per cent, what U to be done for Repeal? Some of the Cincinnati banks haTe refused to gie a premium on gold. The Democratic party having been stripped of its reform disguise, and beaten as a fraud shrieker and apostle of green backers, is now looking about for a new issue. ' - Secretary Sherman regards tha result of the elections as having placed an ti-resump-ion permanently on the snperanaated list of affectually played out political scare crows. - The 46th Congress, elected this fall, does not meet until a year from December next, unless called in eitia session by the President. The 45th Congress lasts until March 4, 1879. - . Rasca...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 November 1878

Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Abdominal Supporters. Specialties In Toilet Goods. A. R. Thurber & Co. Call at SWIFT'S Drug Store. and See the Assortment of Perfumery, Brushes, Soaps and Toilet Goods displayed. THE TELEGRAPH. FRIDAY. XOV. 23d. 1876. LOCAL NEWS. Thasksgitisg. Uuion aerrice will t held in the Presbyterian Church, and th sermon will be delivered by the Pastor of the Methodist Church ReT. Mr. Tingling. John Culley has a position on the Val ley road. Attention is asked to the adv. of the American Agriculturist in this paper. It is 4 first-class paper. Maj. Edmondson hopes to complete the repairs of the piers in the course of ten days, or two weeks. Bouker and Amsden are building bridges for Robert Stuart, of Windsor, down at Levittsburgh. Po Office hours, Nov. 28, Thanks giving Day, will be from 7:30 to 9:30 a. m. and from 4 to 6:30 p. m. - The Rolling Mill was sold on the 18th inst., at Jefferson, to E. H. Gilkey, Trus tee of the bondholders, for $11,200. James Dick of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 November 1878

Y MM J M ? VaaJ I) 7 1 W OPENED idI J-:: -AT THE- MMM 'TTdD'HBIB. f ptwrthetmding the reoent advance in the Eastern markets, we arfssll selfe Brown and Eleached -COTTONS A yard wide, brown, at ; A fair yd. wide, brown, at A good yd. wide, brown, at -An extra yd. wide, brown, at TlV-Verybest fine or heavy at 4 ent. 5 cents. 6 cents. 7 cents. 8 cents. Bleached at the same low trice. TV Ky Jeans and Tweeds, st the best value we have ever offered the same, which is saying a good deal. Are 25 to 30 percent, less than last year. We have a large stock at popular pricts, from cheapest to best. Our Bla'ck Caslimeres are bought jp connection with a very large house, and we can offer some peciaf prices only look aud be satisfied. UNDERWEAR ! iiir' f-. . Buy these goods now and -save money. We have placed some drives in lots to close out that will be appreciated Odd Lots leftover from st. Winter.. - Outlz S Gent DEPARTMENT Has bid a great many additions and is now simply immense. -Do not I fail...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 November 1878

isIlattsaTtoTiallsa cBllcBii-jsaipna Snii2pipIlc&iiDa.caiiat3; THE TELEGRAPH. Th largest paper In Ashtabnla. printed en tirely at hoaoe. Office 126 Main Street. ASHTABULA. - - - OHIO Friday Morninjr, Nov. 22d. 1878. DRIFTING. Drifting, drifting, driflinc ever Dnra Ue current of LJfe'i River : Cotlace. ilacr.cUT.T!llage. And the vallers ricn wuh tllUfe, Pass oefore oor iOnEiog vision With a sort of wd dertakm, Jts ore keep on driaiug, drifUue. Scene each moment changing, shifting, ' Till they faint and fade and die. And we tors awaj and sigai v Crirunc to the farr Oeeaa. Hint tiu neither Mud nor motion ; Every brew onward bearioc yry iioir t'lat coal we're searing -Jvery suu- that fail . from heaven ; la a warning to as given : ' , Every breeze around as aigblng. Every flower apon earth lyitis, Everylhimj ve view tlial'i dylug, ( Tells na plainly, tells us truly ' Weshall bearoor aummonsdoly: Every heart-beat, every breath, Brings db aearer unto deaih ! Drifting, drifting driftin...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 November 1878

DTT JLJL ASHTABULA J-A-S. REED &s SO 1ST, IPublisliers. IncieRpncie at in all tilings. $2 in Advance. Vol. XXIX, No. 48. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1878. . - ' Whole Number 1508. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCUAXTS. THOS. W. BOOTH, General Dealer in ware. Boot and Shoes. Keady-ilode noth ing Hat and Caps. Tobaccos and CiKarn, and everything a family needs to eat or wear. Xorta Main mreet, Asliutfuia- i r TOnBKS ft KOfKWKLi'1 (A. C. Tmnbes and U. E. KoeWwell.) V. uoiesaie auu r. t.ii ib.i.r. in iirrw.rie and Provision Friutsandfirain; Aeeuts for American and Union Express Companies and Cleveland neraift, mhiii street, Asuwumu, rj. uj-m A. M. 4c K. H'.slVAGK, Dealers in Choics Eatunv irroi-ertesami Provisions; alKO.pure Confectionery, and the finest brands of To bacco and l lrans. 1JM S. B. U KlLS, Produce and Commission Were hant for Ine purcliuse and s:ileoi Vi ext ern Heserve Butter, Cheese and Lined Frails. Main street, Ashtabula, Ohio. l CAKLILK 4c TI'LEK, Iiealcrs in Fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 November 1878

THE TELEGRAPH. The lareeU paper in Ashtabnla, printed en ' tire'y at home. OJlce IX Main Street. ASHTABULA. - OHIO Friday Morulngr, Nov. 29, 1878. Post master Craneral Key wants to lire to see erctisroalism taken out of politics, but is afraid the event is too tar ff in the fa tare to be reached in bis time. Mr. Tilden's income tax suit still hangs fire in the Xew York courts. In this case the wheels of justice are grinding exceed- lDglj Slow. ' " There is growing desire among the Buckeye Democrats to shelve Got. Bishop, although H has always been customary to give Democratic GoTernors in Ohio re- nomination. The Hamburg-American steamer Pom sterania, with 220 passengers, wax run in to in the fog on the night of the 24th, and 60 persons perished. . She sank in a few minutes, near Dungeness some three miles from shore. The Olio Penitentiary, as is ascertained in advance of the promulgation of the an nual report now about ready is not self-susuiining. This has not been the case for 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. — 29 November 1878

DRUGS. s CO r" o 5 CO DYE STUFFS. Bring your Perfumery Vials to SWIFT'S Drug Store. and secure some of the fine Rose Boquet Perfumery. It is better than Hoyts, and equal to Lubins. THE TELEGRAPH. FRIDAY, NOV. 29TH, 1878. LOCAL NEWS. The Penny Press is canvassing this Tillage and county lor subscribers. The Penitentiary at Columbus has a ood share of lady boarders 31. Poultry ranees low. Turkeys retail at 10 cents, and chickens at 8 and 9 cents. Rev. James Bonnar has so far recov ered from his shock as to be able to talk James L. Smith and mother are about to leave for California, to be absent for the winter. Squires the freight man at the A. & P., station leayes his position for a resi dence in Michigan. Don't fail to read the adv. of Charles Talcott, of Geneva. Our musical friends may avail themselves of bargains. That new smoke stack of Ziele's is an ornament to that region. Beside it is an indication of industry and prosperity. The ladies of the M.E. church will give a "Cap S...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 November 1878

t r-i rr"1 3 Kill f ' OPENED -AT Not withstanding tlit lvwnt advance in the Eastern markets, we are still stiiing Brown and Bleached .1 COTTONS A yard wide, brown, at A fair yd. wide, brown, at -A good yd. wide, brown, at -An extra yd. wide, brown, at The very best fine or heavy at Bleached at the same low price. CLOTHS! Ky. Jeans and Tweeds, at the best value we have ever offered the same, which is saying a good deal. DUEgS GOODS! Are 25 t6 30 percent, less than last year. We have a large stock at popular prices, from cheapest to best. Our Black Cashmeres are bought in connection with a very large house, and we can offer some special prices only look and be satisfied. - UNDERWEAR ! Buy these goods now and save money. We have placed some drives in lots to close out thai will be appreciated Odd Lots leftover from last Winter. DEPARTMENT Has had a great many additions and is fail to look Memeniber Erie Store, r-JTl. I tr NV1' Kwlr THE - 4 cents. 5 cents, cnts; 7 cents. 8 cents. now si...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 November 1878

ASffiHTAIBIUILA TTIlMjlECBIBAIPmi SILTlPIPlLlEMIHNTr. THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper in Ashtabula, printed en tirely at home. Office 126 Main Street. ASHTABULA. - OHIO JFridaj- Morning:, Nov. 2t, 1878. WHAT THEY WERE MADE FOR. Waista were made to bos. Tongues were made to time, Anna were made to circle the girls. And lorezs were made to spoon. Eyelids were made to droop. Cbeek were made to blush. Hair was made to onri and friz. And lips were made ob, hush. rvbywalklodaranee-.- ' '-' y --lirfrr Uifcft; 3:'!: :: i eace b. 1 -iu eDAtirmeta, Wliy tliii 1.' ;;.a-:u;t rr.yt re n:, um! :.:.-.v. b '-er. l-ner. dearer, DctreiuL.ixiiard c;--Ov ar,.. brinf us uearer To il:ecre:Gvu oft v ? tdgbtof tbewortd! urt-'l-ri: and unsetting, Oli. shine each mm a- ry I Banish t'.! feor.tlif -'. t o.iaud the fretting. Beoarnnriiatig.iiwi'l Wit and Humor. Xo other living thing can go so slow as u buy on an errand. Joint Dog jietitioned the Massachu setts legislature to change his name, and they made it J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 6 December 1878

WTTtiW TT" fl "TT1) A ll7"" ASHTABULA Independeat in all tilings. REED 3c SON, P-hiblislaers. $2 in Advance. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1878. Vol. No. 49. Whole Number 1509. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. r t X i MEHCUANTS. a-sea.. eat sTik-sr D fTnrttl ler In lry Uooda, Grocer., Crockery and Ul 'lolh- iigars. and everything a family need! to l 1 wear, rona jimu ...,- nrs? A. l Tombes tail Dealers ia Groceries i and rToislone Friutsanu Grain: ""rv,?", and nd CA-rH a, jump A. H. at K. W.HTACB, Dealers In Choi rn Confectionery, and the finest brand! o .f To- m. at. wklM, Produce and Commission Merchant tor the purchase end aaleof West ern tuerveiu iter, tneese ana lrieu rrui. Main street, Ashtabula, Onto. i-t C4ULIM.il 4c TVLEU, Dealer In Fancy and staple Dry Goous, Family Groceries and Crockery. WUlards "ew Block, Ashtabula, unto. iww fcllBEY c FhRaV, Dealers in Dry Goods. Groceries, Crockery and Glassware, next door north of Flsk House. Main atreet. Aabtubnla, Ohio. M J. M. FACLKNKH ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 6 December 1878

THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper In Ashtabula, printed en tirely at home. Qtfiee US Main Arrest. ASHTABULA.. - - -' OHIO Friday Moraine, Dec 6, 1878. That Greenback Orean only 25 cents year its good reading, ve suppose, about these day. After the first of January no bills of any denomination less than five dollars can be issued by any National Bank. Governor Bishop, of Ohio, will not soon hear the last of his pardon of Richard Soe, the Cadis back robber. There is some regret expressed that Sam Bowles is dead, as in the coming event, there is nobody to bring forward the name of Charles Francis Adams. Ex-Governor Curtin, of Pennsylvania spiritualized with Batler, Kearney & Co., and is now behind the curtain and lost from view. Ex-Congressman Bingham, who was so popular a an orator in Washington dur ing the impeachment trial of Andrew Johnson, is expected to put in an appear ance as a candidate for Governor of Ohio. The earnest work foretold of the major ity in the House was begun ...

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

XRTJGS. o to a- to 5 e5 v. 5 BYE STUFFS. Bring your Perfumery Vials to SWIFT'S Drug Store. and secure some of the fine Rose Boquet Perfumery. It is better than Hoyts, and equal to Lubins. f THE TELEGRAPH. FRIDAY. DEC. 6th. L87S. LOCAL NEWS. Success bas not rwpwided to the ef fort to wise tbe f wamped, dredge at the Harbor. ' ' f 10,000 i the net receipts of the Cleve- rand Loan Association, closed Saturday venicf. '. ' ' Jlr. E. Iu Jones' condition is said to be taking a favorable turn under Newburg treatment. ' B. Webb, a we are left to infer, is out suit of clothing by the cleTerness of a shoplifter. Our jam of advertisements are in a peat measure in for tbe holidays and will coon be dropped out. ' Some score of persons went to Cleve- and from this place, to enjoy the Opera of jiignon,.ori Monday evening last. 1 Poultry 'is going forward to the East "ern ccarkets in considerable : abundance. There were two tons expressed from, this station on Wednesday evening last. Snow covered t...

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

5 lj . Wk,L-J I OPENED -AT Notwithstanding the recent advance in the EaBternniarket, w are sail selling Brown and Bleached A yard wide, broira, at A fair yd. wide, brown, at A good yd. wide, brown, at -An extra yd. wide, brown, at The very best fine orheary at Bleached at the C1LOTE1S ! .y. Jeans aw Tweeds, t the VsVvalbe we have ever offered the name, which is saying a good deal. DliESS Are 25 to 30 percent, less 1'isn last year. We have a large stock at populur prices, from clie&post u best. Oar Black Cashmeres r bought in connection with a very Inrge house, and we can offer some pM5ial prices only look arid lie tiiilistied. UNDERWEAR'! Bay these goods now and gave money. We have placed some drives in lots to close out that will be appreciated Odd Lots Jeft over from last Winter. DEPARTMENT Has had a great many additions and is fail to .look Remember Erie Store, 1 u 1 l V j . 7 f TEE - if IB SITdDIIGM 4 cents, f eenti,-, . cnt. 7 cnt 8 cents.' same low price. GOODS ! ( i f - -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 December 1878

LJ I . ii! '.I. (1 --."- . I .;.! ..;(! . a ni ABUMJft T - , . - ' ' a- - : 7- ' 1 i T. D -5 SOIST, Publishers. - Independe a t in all tilings. . $2 in Advance. - . - - ' . .Vol. XXIX, No. 50. . ASHTABULA, OHIOgEApgggMBER 13; 1878. Whole Number 15 1 0. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. THOS. K. BOOTH, Genera Ix-sler In Dry lioods. Groceries. CrockeT and Glass ware, Hoot and Miocs. Ready-Made Clolh ing Hats arid Caps, Totwiecos and Cigars, and everything a fi.raiiy needs to eni or wear. North Mauri urea, Aiil!u!.W" TO JIBF.S- HO) KW L , (A. C. Ti.mbe aud L. K. Kockweil.) Wholesale ud Ke lail lieaiers in Groceries and Provision. Friuts and Grain: Agent r.r Aiuer i.an aim I'nlon Express ComRiiies and Cleveland ' lfl Herald, Main street., auw A. ft. 4 H. . V.4: K, Dealer In Choice l-auiiiy,ro.-rief nd provisions; alio.j'ure Confectionery, and the finest brands of To bacco and cufara. . K. U liiiS Produce and Communion erehant for the pureUa-eiutd wale cf WeHt- ern Heaerve Butter, i.l)w:in ...

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