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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 3 January 1879

I : i r. DRUGS. CO 5 CO o la g DYE STUFFS. n a uliv Swift can suc- ceBsfuliy compete with any new deiler la that he has had an ex perience of forty year and has Sranremeute by which he will duplielte any ew-ork. Cleve land or Philadelphia, bill in IruS,etc,in quantity less trans portation. Remember the place. SWIFT'S Drug Store. : THE TELEGRAPH. Friday Morning, Jan. 3, 1879 LOCAL NEWS. Write it 1879. Very little ice has as yet formed in the lake. The post office was closed from 10 a. m to 4 p. m. on w Year's day. The store-room recently occupieu uj Gilkey & Perry is now vacant. There is to be a teachers' examination at Ashtabula to-morrow, Jan. 4th. We are indebted to Mrs. L. W. Smith for a aopo of the San Francisco Chronicle. Another grave bas been despoiled in Lake county. It was that of Mr. Rowley Eddy and was in Mentor cemetery. The January term of the Court of Common Pleas will commence on the 13th inst. The public schools will open next Monday, January 6th, after a two wee...

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 1879

!V f .ha .45 .. FORD, ... u:di a good assort meet nt of various kiads. Heavy sml Light, 81b ,.Jd Doable, of the best workmanship and aia jd. He is prepared to Oil all orders fur work VI any uescnpuon in nis hoc. WHIPS XT 1 T TaTDO ! He has Jnst laid iD a large supply ef larre and media m sized 1 raveling 'i'rnnks, Theyre of ra tions qualities and values, and afforded c favor able prices. The assortment U siteactne tie largest of soy in the region. The traveling public are mviiea to iuok over tms stocK, as tncy can hardly fail to find something totbeirmlnd. P. C. FORD. Asntabnla.Seot it. IST. ,U130tf G-eo.Willardf Has late .j received from New Yorka-argi Block of Goods, comprising a general Stock of .. J DRUGS & MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS AND DYE STUFFS, (p tnd a large flock at : .- CHOrCE FAMILY ) GROCERIES! compristiirr f-y K ''i h o tJ Crusted, Powdered & (Jrantilated . Vi:. A. B. A C. COFFEE SCGAJUJ, f f POfiTO BIC& BROWS CU&ARS, POBTO RICO 4 NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES CHOI...

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 1879

1 4 1 ASH MY Pfc " JS. REED 5z SON, Fnblish.ers. Independe at in all tilings. Vol. XXX, No. 2. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JAlsTUAJ - BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MKUUilAXTS. THAN ar RrMfH. General Dealer In Dry Good, Groceries, Crockery and liiaw- u.T. . ...I Shoe. Reariy-Made Cloth ing flats ami Cap. ToImicco and Cigars, and vvrrrthine a family needs to eat or wear. North Malnstreet, Ashtabula. Ifrai Tu.HUF.IIJt BO( KWKLL,(A.C.T..mt. ii. i l. K. Kocfcwell.l Wholesale and K tiii iHiiertf in iroctriin and ProviKiu Friuuand Grain; Agent for Ainerienn and Cnlon fexpresn ciiifmniefi ana cteveiatiu Heraia, Alain nireei, ANUiaouia, i j. A.H. Alt. W.SA VACK.I)ealeniini'li.)i FamiivTrM!erieK:!itl PniviaioiiR: alM. pun Confectionery, and the nnexl brand oi bacco and cigars. . H. WfetLH, Produce and Onuansl..ii Mercuani lor tne purcuaMrann Kaie ut eru Reserve Butter, Cheese and lried fruit. Main trtreM, Aslitubula. tihio. r.tHLISI.U tc TVLKK. IH-alers In Kaney and Staple iry Good. Kaiuily iiroeerieHand ...

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 1879

i Kerala, Thursday last, tion on the Ntw York 1 We fear thai there is little to be exp from the Blaine inrestigation. Most machine politicians are so well with that receipt lor not doing it, there is very little difficulty in bringing to bear at pleasure. ' South Carolina h- one-legged - Hampton. The had hi cff wbile fienting toT the kn-ii, while the latter was tne of a patriotic mule. History must cide whose wound is the more honorable of the two. Some of oar Flit money friends express their determination to abandon their occupations njon financial matters, and devote their attention to something less delusive, and the depravity of leads them to run counter to every indication. It does not seem to us, that Tour Dick's message will pay for the devotion of four or five columns of our space to its in sertion. We believe our readers will thank ns for appropriating that space to miscel laneous, general and local news, and so be lieving, it is omitted. 1 , ' 1 The present cold weather is...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 10 January 1879

i'S i. 2 o 5 s. v. o CO 3 s 1 DYE STUFFS. 7 One reason why Swift can suc cessfully compete with any new dealer is that he has had an ex perience of forty years and has arrangements 1y which he will duplicate any Xew-York, Cleveland-or Philadelphi toill-in Drnffs-etc.irj quantity less trans portation, .r i . Remember the place. SWIFT'S Drug Store. . THE TELEGRAPH. Friday Morulug, Jan. 10, 1879. LOCAL NEWS. Tha Akrniiatiin is what they call the new club. Coal dealers sav business with them was never better. "Have we a Ore department?" Well, we should say so. There was no meeting of the Council last Friday night. The citizens of Geneva projtose to start a village library and reading room. Tha public schools opened again last Monday after a two week's vacation. Thai cistern at the Ashtabnla House redeemed itself at the fire on Monday last. The cold weather of the past week has been death to the little sparrows that were exposed. The first through express matter from the East for about a...

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 1879

Beniefcber that tbeea . the Holidays, sod it yoa' ta "COME KATT AS. " 1- 'f No charge for showin? goods'and on I cd npon to bay. tf ou wien to profit by f for, call at -' fOZZM Dtrono's, H Htli Htreet, Ashtabula . id be convinced tba el jg i believing." HARNESS, c PAXJTj o. ford, ir HAS on hand a good assortment ol oarnes or various kinds, Heavy and Light, HID rle and Double, of the beat worknianchiu and mi terial. He is prepared to fill all ordera (at work 01 any description in nis lino. - , f,1 SADDLES, ' 5 . RIDI50 BRIDLE?. WHIP8, ALTERS, BLA5KKT8. Ac 1 JFLTJ 1ST 33L & ! fle baa Just laid Is a larre supply of lanre and aaeaiam sicca Traveling xruns. nr areoi va. rioue qualities and a-alaea, and afforded at savor able price. The assortment it altogetiier the largest of any In the region. The traveling public are Innun to iook over inia stock, aa tney can P. C. VOBD. Aantahnla.tfept. it. IHTt. lnaotf. G-eo.Willard, Haa late .y received from New Yorka jrpe Stuck of Goods, compri...

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 1879

JS. REED 5z SO 1ST, Fublistiers. Independeat in. all things.-; Vol. -XXX, No.. 3. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JAV Li . i 1 MHTAB A BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. vxa mi MOTH. General Dealer In iry Goods, " rooeries, Crockery and Glass ware Boourand Shoe. Ready-Made Cloth Ine ilsw and Cap. Tobacco and Cigars, and everything a family needs to eat or mttsnr. orxn Main sireei, asutaouia. mo ' TnnfHKIi ROC&WKLL. (A. C Tonba sud 1. E. Koclcweii.) Wholesale aud Ke- isil lieaiers in groceries ana rTovmnini. r'rlutsandtirain; Agents for American and Union Express Companies and Cievetand Herald, Main street, Ashtabula, O. lftfl ' A.H.AE. n .l lVAGK, Dealers In Choice Kami iv orocvriesaiid Provisions; also, pure Confectionery, and the finest brands of To bacco and Cigars. - 13tl S. B. H K1L8, Produce and Commission Merchant (or the purchase and sale uf West ern Keserve Botler.Cbeeseaud Dried Fruits, Main street, Ashtabula, Ohio. 12W CAULISLK & TILEK, Dealers Infancy and istapie Dry Goods,...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 17 January 1879

the tiu. Thann&n, w. a compliment. N. B. Sherwin, Postmaster oi - has been appointed for another term o account of his superior management of the ffir ami thm conseauent endorsement of the business men of the city. The Ohio Legislator passed a law at its last session which slightly changes the manner of drawing names from the jury box, requiring the drawing to be done up od a certain day, and to be public The text "Tho Lord tAeth no pleasure in the legs of a man" would seem to have a peculiar application to the legs of the South Carolina Senators. Two of the four being made from South Carolina tim ber. . The New Tork Post hopes that it is only a rumor that Mr. Stanley Matthews is to be made a Judge of the Supreme Court on the first opportunity. The Post is of the opinion that Mr. Matthews Is lacking in judicial acumen. Mr. Tilden is now to hare an opportu nity to shift the cipher dispatch disgrace to ' other shoulders if he can the Potter Com mittee, after long-continued potteri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 17 January 1879

-DRUGS. 5 CO CO "to e S 5C 5 1 DYE STUFFS. One reason why Swift can buc cessfully compete with any new dealer is that be has had an ex perience of forty years and has arrangements by which he will dupUeate any New-York, Cleve land or Philadelphia bill in Lrus,etc.,in quantity less trans portation. Remember the place. SHIFT'S Drug Store. THE TELEGRAPH. Friday Morning, Jan. 7, 1879. LOCAL NEWS. The Police are taking a rest. The Council met lat Wednesday evening. Our new coirespanilem at New York writes ery intefestinf leiter. Sereral of the manufacturers of War ren, paid off their employees in gold, last week. The Court of Common Pleas opened on Monday last, with Judj;e Woodbury npon be bench. ; Well, January loth has come and gone, and now where is your Pittsburgh & Xke Erie Railway? It is now reported that the Pittsburgh and Ijuka Erie .Railroad will not be 0Dt-d until about Jan. 15th. : . ; j The sale of land for delinquent taxes will take place ou Tuesday, 21st inst. The list ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 17 January 1879

vf i t.a r . ..' i . i, i- j " Prices that Defy Competition. Remember that these geodsarea specialty ft tke Holidays, and II yo wish to secure bargains "COKK AFY AND OFTEN, No charge for showing goods' and ne one Ineist- d ipon to bay. II you wisn to prom oj -fer. eail at rttrono's, a Vain Strest.AshtsbuIs twljt i believing." d be coarlnCrd tbe 'HARNESS, &c: i JLAS oil band a good assortment of aarniee or variant Kinas. iieavy ana ugnt. om rim ard Double, of tbe best workmanship and ma terial. Be is prepared to all ail orders far work oi any aeacnpuon lb nit two. 8ADDLS8. -:i '. : ' : RIDING BRIDLES. WHIPS, HALTERS, BLANKET8. c SB ! He has Jnst laid Is a larm supply of large and atediam stxed Traveling Tbi ks. Tfc axe of va rious qualities and values, al aSoraaG at. aaror able prices. Tae tnonment is altogether the largest oaay ia the region. Tba traveling? public are idtim to ioo over to is stoca, as tocy cac aaraiy iau to naa eomeiauiff totneir saina. I - P. C. FORD. Asatabma....

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 17 January 1879

HTABULA TELEQE SX!LPL(3II3Le3nL-t Supplement. Messrs. E. M. McGil.uk fc Co. have so crowded us with tlieir "Closing Oct Slr" ibis week, we ft lt it our duty, both to our readers and them, to issue supplement. The space they occupy in it will be very interesting to most of our readers. Mohair. The species of goat known as the An gora exists in greatest perfection In Asia Minor and Central Asia. Its fleece is white,, and.the coat is of the same length and quality throughout. In the district where these goats are most per fect, the cats and greyhounds have sim ilar long, white, silky, and slightly curled coats, and they thrive best in mountain plateaux from 1,500 to 2,500 feet above the level of the sea. The best fleeces are exported by a tribe called the Yoorooks, w ho take great care to keep them clean. The fleeces tiftxk, as they are called are clipped in April and May, and yield tach from to 2 lbs. of wool. The wool of the female is finer and heavier. About a tw o hun dredth part o...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 17 January 1879

ifter There is1 class of men -' . .. i fpenaing years m .ess, go into reureoietit in th prime of life. They become drones, of very little use to themselves or to others. There is now and then among such men a stud ent, whose intellectual pursuits afford him an inexhaustible spring of enjoy ment But, as a general thing, long ad diction to the close pursuit to business disqualifies one for anything else, and retired business men are, consequently, without any occupation worthy of the name, and seem, ridiculously enongh, to be standing around and just waiting for their time to come to die ; which, we have no doubt, comes much sooner than it would if their minds were diverted by some useful pursuit. Life Is short, at best, if all of it is occupied; but to sit down in idleness in one's prime, is 1 ka destroying 1 tlf our days. Kest and rust are synonymous terms. Industry is indispensible to happiness at what ever stage of our existence ; and to re tire out of one's accustomed occupation ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 24 January 1879

ASH AB UL TELEGRAPH REED Sc SO 1ST, Publishers. Independeat in all things. $2 in Advance, XXX, No. 4. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1879. Whole Number 1516 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. HERCHAXTS. H1UITU l -.m.-f m Iieaier In Groceries, Crockery and ';.,a- na Mioe.. KHrty-""1' 5""" ...ml Can T.,!tiru and Cigars, hinir ii fatuity needs or ,h Main si; eel. Hth"ii uw K n tlL. i A. t . T"m!- rtiM-we.i.' Wholesale and iUr- -i , ijr-.M:eries and lr.v;iiMi, irum- Ageutsfor Aiiieriism and - ires Companies and C'ievelMll J11 sir. -I. Asnuibuia. J. tl.ji.tV.4Gli, Heaters in choic jctriei-i:i i'rovistons; aiso,: ery, and the niiest oramts Cigars. 14U -. Produce and Commission ror uurcuase ana sale ui est. ei!uu.--r,.:heeseaiiil Dried l-'ruil, 4. Ashtaou.a, illno. ljji ( i K TILKH, Dealers in I- u.icy i D:y iioods. Family Griiceriesaiid . uiaru s -sew litocK, AslitiUKiiii, Wad ilLKIHhH & S.ON. Dealers t- - provisions, Kiour, reed, Foreign i .i esuc rruits, sail, rub, Plaster, .ne, SK-eds, &...

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 1879

THE TELEGRAPH. Tfea Ivy PPt Ashtabula, printed en tirely t home. Qrnee 126 Main Stmt. ASHTABULA. - OHIO Friday Morning, Jan. 24, 1870, so Ben Hill aDd Alexander H. Stephens are bitter enemies. The negroes of Washington are suffering greatly from the cold of Winter. The Colorado Legislature have elected Prof. X. P. Hill United States Senator. The Democrats of North Carolina Legis lature have nominated GoTernor Vance for Senator. Sir Edward Thornton and family have heen visitin? Xiaeara Falls, which are icily pretty just now. Kearney says that in San Francisco the women drink more than the men and he was not talking about tea either. Senator Thurman always drops a little of the judicial dignity so as to get into the lower stratum of politics, and he U one of the few men who can do this dropping welL The six per cent. National bonds changed to four per cents, since resumption day, will amount to 1 100.000.000. The annual saving of interest on this sum is tiro mil lions. An eastern scho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 24 January 1879

00 s5 05 sy 3 1 DYE STUFFS. Oue reason M liy Swift can suc cessfully compete with any new dealer in that lie lias lal an ex perience of forty years and lias arrangements ly which lie will duplicate any jVew-Vork, Cleve land or Philadelphia hill in Irugrs,ete.,iu quantity less trans portation. Itciiieinher the place. SWIFT'S Drug Store. THE TELEGKAi'lL Friday Morniujj, Jan. 24, 187i). LOCAL NEWS. . , 1.1- 1 re me ciomier nas a new ail. in Teleguaph of- iltead it. jsses in the Tt tsy these days. 01 -o, si.k ij.-is run out that -lew sign and ... the tastiest ones on the street. je lc hurvest is over, and the largest -lount of the finest ice ever cut is the re sult. Kimie Baldwin is a prompt and ready deputy of Sheriff Stiles, and a general fav. orite. The new Pittsburgh & Lake Erie R. R. f reight cars are to be sen on the L. S. & M. S. Road. Rev. Dr. Moore who has been unable for ' few Sabbaths to attend to pulpit duties is getting about again. J hey have a whistle uon the Gene...

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 1879

METHIKG' KBW ! tartling but True ! i HIM rreaaat tor Chrtauaaa for KTerrbod I moa tb Holiday Stock of New Goods Joat r eceived. B.ASY CHAIRS, CAMP CHAIRS, FOOT RESTS, OTTOMANS, HAT RACKS, .,d otber tooi. la endlew variety. Prices that Defy Competition. . ... J. ire 1 specialty ' vouwUbu. aocnre bargain. - 'oiK KAr .T AND OFTKN. far, call at john a Ha!a.tret,Aebtabul .h1 be conTlDCedlha HARNESS, &c o. ronD HAS on hand a good M" of any deacription in his line. SADDLES iUDINQ BRIDLKS,.n.p8i HALTERS, Ac. BLAKKETS, He bat Jo laid In a lartre pply f Uit ediam sired Travelins Trunks They are oalitie. and values, and afforded at Dricei The wsortment 1. altogether ?.e.t of any in the repoo. The travelinf 7inv? to look oveTthi. stock, a. the, hardl? fail to And Kmethine.U.tbe.. T0u'l. A.ntabnla.riePt.T.I87. ' ' GecWillard, Has late .y received from New Yorka-argt Stock of Goods, comprising a general Stock of DRUGS & MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS AND LYE STUFFS, nd a large stock of CHOICE FAM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 31 January 1879

rr A Ai IndependeQt in all tilings. $2 in Advance. ,7S. REED 5z SON, FublisHers. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JAKlTARY 31, 1879. Whole Number 1517 Vol. XXX, No. 5. TELEGRAPH ASHTAB BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. riday Tv;; "OS. N. wooril, General Dealer In V Goods. Groceries, Crockery and Glas tre B-tola and thoes. Keady-Made Oloth- Hats and Oaps. Tobaccos and Cigars, id everything" a luniily needs to eat or iar Jrth Main trcct, Ashtabula. I- jmrt IIO R Wlitt, (A. I'.Tunilx id L. li. Hnckweit. Wholesale anil Ke il Healers in Groceries and ITovisimif. iuls and Grain; Agents fur American and nion Kxpress Companies and Cleveland urald. Main sir. -t, Ashtabula, O. U . !1. i4. '.. -IV A K, Dealers in Choice i,u.. ..-..Ties ii.l Provisions; nlso..ure nreetio.iery, and the finest brands ol lo ico aud Cigars, j a. WKiLK, Produce and Commission erchaut for the purchase and sale of W cst . u iteserveiJutter.Ctieeeaiid Llried r'ruits. , iin ttre.t, Ashtabula, uiiio. t KLISLti .V TUKil, Dealers in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 31 January 1879

THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper ln Ashtabula, printed en tirely at home. Office 126 Wain Street. ASHTABULA. - OHIO Friday Morning, Jan. 31, 1879. r,;crm nramos to widen some of her streets, so that the ladies may turn around without going to a park. Thirteen elopements within a year would seem to indicate that love in the lit tle city of Akron is of the undaunted and ' heroic type. The New York Tribune thinks that the whole land will be moved to tears when Tilden mounts the stand and says: "I cannot tell a lie Nephew Pelion did it!" The Pittsburgh Clironicle says that Gen eral Garfield will accept the gubanatorial nomination of Ohio. That as a rumor will do very well, but further than that it is probably all bosh. Several new and profitable pumping oil wells have been struck of late both in this State and portions of Pennsylvania, which afford an earnest that the supply is not dry ing up. The last is a 75 barrel well at Duke Center, M'Keon Co. Pa. From Russia comes reports of somet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 31 January 1879

DRUGS. s 5J 3 so JO ft. 5C 5t DYE STUFFS. At no Retail Store in the State you find a lietter Assort ment of Pore Presa lis, 3Iedicines, Dyes, Fancy and Toilet Articles, at Lower Prices, than at SWIFT'S rug Store. E TELEGRAPH, 'riday Morning, Jan. 31, 1870. LOCAL NEWS. Collector Jones is now out tak ing his annual airing. The Council will meet next WVdncs day eTening, Feb. 5th. N. E. Ohio Dairymens' Convention oc cms Feb. 5, 6, and 7, at the Hub. The senior class at Grand River Insti tute the present term numbers 13. A teachers' examination wrll be held at Jefferson, on Saturday; February 10th A dance is so be given by th Liht Guards on Monday evening at their armo ry. The freight traffic on the L. S. & M. S. Ry. is now averaging over 2,000 cars per day. ' Bottom ton' d delivered and '.a..v... JO cents. So says 7- . r 11 WAY 4c F ,-iellorsat La"-: r- " npnt ni Kstut : llecti-is visiting among Ash- : "ions. . t 1 1: ( e survey of the new railroad line irom Warren to Ravenna, has b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 31 January 1879

SOMETHING NEW ! j Startling but True I i Nice Present for ChrUtmae for Krerjbod of the trouble and worry of hunting for ometMng "ialUble" and at a moderate price, en be fonnd 1 Holiday Stock of New Goods Ju.t received. fcASY CHAIRS, CAMP CHAIRS, FOOT RESTS, OTTOMANS, HAT RACKS, and other good In endleaa variety, at Prices that Defy Competition. w ai.- u 1 r ft tDecUlty fo the doUdaya, and U yon wiah to aeenre bargain. EAFY AND OFTEN," No charge for .bowing good.' and no one .lst- eduponlonny. uiiii""' rer, callat TOItN DnORO'8, m Main Street, A .htabnla iei Jg 1 bell eying." id be convinced tha HARNESS, &c -F A TTT. O. PORD, H AS hnrnl ft ffood assortment ot flarnee. or various kind.. Heavy and Light, Si . t..ui- tk hMi wnrkmanshiu and ma f ;.i ii. i. nrxnmml to fill all orders for work of any description in hi. lino. SADDLES, iUDISGBIUDLES, HALTERS, BLANKETS. Ac. He has jnrt Uid In tarre mpply of larre medium slsed Traveling Tnuki. They re o! .u. iu nw valuta inH afforded st ia...

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