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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 June 1879

ASHTABULA 1 IPill (lHiHTin,r ,l X1L. : . . . , ; , " " " J.S. HEED SOIST, Fntslisliers. Ind.epend.eat in all.tnings. $2 in Advance Vol. XXX, No. 24. , ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNE 13 , 1879. ' Whole Number 1536. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. THM. !. BOOTH, General Kealer In itrviwM.u t-r. w-..nK Prnrkenr and (rlass- w.tre, Boots and Shoes. Steady-Made (.lath ing Haul and Caps. Tobaccos and Cigars, and evembjn; a family needs la Bit or wear. North Muln tort-el, Asumouia. i-t. TaimM A- ROCKWELL. (A. C. Tnrobes and L. E. Boekweii.) Wholesale and Re- tall liealers In urocerie anu rrovisinnt. Kriuts and Grain; Agents for American and L'nion Express Companies and Cleveland Herald, Mam siraet, .amiuiouih, v. A. H.&E. W.8AVAOK, Dealers In Choice , Kaiiuiy uroceriesaivi rrovisioiis; also, pure ' (loufectionery, and tlie finest brands of To bacco and Cigan. 1'Jjl S. B. H ULLS). 1'roduce and Commission aierchaiil for the purchase ami sale of West ern Reserve Butter. Cheoneand lried Fruit...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 June 1879

tion. May God in His goodness lid in the noble work. Amelia Tmopf. THE TELEGRAPH. Th largest paper In Ashtabula, printed en tirely at home. Office 126 Main. Street. ASHTABULA.. - OHIO Friday Mornlngr, June 13, 1870. Republican State Ticket. Governor, CHARLES FOSTER, of Seneca County. Lieutenant Governor. ANDREW J HICKEXLOOPES, of Ham ilton County. Judge of Supreme Court. WSL W. JOHXSOU, of Hamilton County. Attorney General, GEO. K. NASH, of Franklin County. Auditor of State, JOHN F. OG LEVEE, of Logan County. State Treasurer, JOSEPH TURKEY, of Cuyahoga County. Member of the Board of Public Works, JAMES FULLINGTON, of Union County. The Warner silver bill goes over to the next session. The Senate Committee has so decided. The fifteenth annual reunion of the Jayne family will be held at the residence of Peter Stnlts, in Rome, next week Wed eesday. No bayonets at the polls, is the Demo cratic issue for 1880, now made np Democrat. How about those shot guns ? The Germans of the State will...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 June 1879

NOTICE! O p$ - "2--- fr- 5 j,' !: f S A. B. Thurber & Co. Pure Fresh Drugs and Medicines, Fancy and Toilet Articles CHEAP! at SWIFT'S Drag Store. THE TELEGRAPH. Friday Morning, June 13, 1870, LOCAL NEWS. An o!d fashioned Fourth of July is determined npuo at Pierpont. Reeves, of the Central Xews Boom, is serving up a fine quality of ice cold lem onade. Good! An effort is to be made for the pardon of J. C. Walters, of Madison, now serving oat a term in the penitentiary. , Strawberry festivals are in order, as may be seen by the way they have been ar ranged for by the different societies in our midst' Twelve car loads of iron ore were shipped from Painesville. last week to Youngstown the first ever shipped in this way. As the season for shearing is at hand the buyers are on band. Prices are not yet established, but the premonitory symp tom is 35 to 40 cts. An adjourned meeting. of the Council was held last Tuesday evening. The next meeting will be held ou Wednesday even ing next. T...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 June 1879

- f DE. SLEE, TUIL elevens' In Gonorrhoea. Dr. Slee's Medicine will stop the acote symptoms 10 Bonr ln every ease. ( W7 nd 228 SCFKBIOB BTBICT. 1514-44 KANSAS. For Information relative to KAWSAB, take the LEAVES WOKTH (KANSAS) APPEAL, a Urge tight paee weekly paper, containing each week a ketch, nana illustrations of come one of the counties in Kansas. The better lands In thia stste are sclllne it from S 00 to ttf.OO per acre, with a credit of from cix to eleven jeaia. The great bulk of the gov ernment land, which is aa rich aa the riebest in the atace. ie (till open to aettlera. Fall informa tion in regard to aoil, climate, preemptions, homesteads, markets, churches, srhool. etc will be fonnd each week in THE APPEAL. Price $i.Gu per annum, or (1.00 foi six months. R.mr.iernniea sent on receim of 10 cents. Address. THE APPEAL, Lurxirworra, DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, BOOKS, WALL PA FEB and MILLINERY. L. Lion. Conneant, U. . 15- Human Nature on the Rack! There is not the least ne cessity f...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 June 1879

A f4 TT iT XT P TI A IHvTTT A Mr n A T I I J J I I MM i 1 w n- m n .ill li ji XJLJL Ji-JIo - "v -4 . e . - . J-A-S. p,EED Sz SON, P'u'blisliers. - " Independe at in all tilings. $2 in Advance Vol. XXX, No. 25. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY,. JUNE 20, 1879. Whole Number 1537. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. i f 9 I f ) f t h r iv min rif iinrrnl Dealer In ijTJ Ooods, Groceries, Croi-kery and Jlafj- w.ire, Bkois anu ouoet. rveaujr .i t.. him md Tobaueos and Hears, nH avervthinz a family needs to eat or wear. North Main street, Ashtabula. TO TI H P B Of K.W K I-( A. C. T.mibes sud K. Rockwell.) Wholesale and Re iHil lealen iu Groceries and Provisions r'riutsanu Grain; Aent f..r American and Culoii fcxpress Oouii-oie. end i Cleve and Ueruld, Main street, Anhutbula, O. l-M A.M. A-K. rt.SAVAGE, Dealer In Choice rainiivoroci-rl.-iii'l Provisions; aiso.pure Confectionery, aud the finest brands of To bacco and Cigars. 1361 B. WEkLS Pro.lr.ee and Commi-wion Merchant for the uurt-Uaseaud sale of West...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 June 1879

1 nATTVTrV XnrTTjiJ J days with, milk at. two cents a quart, from I medical triumph of the a?e. Whoerer has 1 I A 3 U JN L JL Jh C"1 I "the bines" ahnnl.1 tak it font nUi I Forer, MtsrionarySo-j . leatU of Jtie J Council Proceedings. ASHTABCLlA. 3IARKF.TS. THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper In Ashtabula, printed en tirely at home. OJJIce 128 Main Street. ABHTABtTLi'.. - OHIO Friday Morning1, Jane 20, 1879. Republican State Ticket. CHARLES FOSTER, of Seneca County. Lieutenant Gorernor. ANDREW J HICKEXLOOPER, of Hamilton County. Judee of Supreme Court. "WM. W. JOHNSON, of Hamilton County. Attorney General. GEO. K. NASH, of Franklin County. Auditor of State, JOHN F. OG LEVEE, of Logan County. State Treasnrer. JOSEPH TTRNET. of Cuyahoea County. of the Board of -Public Works. Member JAMES FULLINGTON, of Union Connty. WTiew! "Such men as Giddines. Wade, North way, Howland, Thorp V Sentinel. Hickenlooper and Rice were both soldiers, bnt the difference between them is that Hickenlooper believ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 June 1879

KOTICE ! J j - "2 - i S - ,-r " c. c 5 s3 fic: c A.. Is. Tlrarber & to. S ct5 tcic Pure Prcsli Drugs and Medicines, Fancy and Toilet Articles CHEAP! at SWIFT'S Drug Store. THE TELEGRAPH. Friday Mornlngr, June 20, 1879, LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. H. H. Perry is visiting friends here. Eemember the temperance festival to Dight. Our market gardeners and florists are busy these days. The Council met in regular session last Wednesday evening. Some of our marksmen are discussing the propriety of having a pigeon shoot on the fourth. The wool merchant here have gobbled about all the wool in this vicinity. Price generally paid is 35 cents. The Mineral Spring baths are open every Saturday afternoon and Sunday for the remainder of the season. Dorman has taken possession of the new store in the burned block, and very neat establishment is presented. The celebrared Jewett ref rigrators, for sale here by Messrs. Geo. C. Hubbard & Co., are finding their way into many fami lies. A new street light wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 June 1879

KANSAS. For 1nlonnt!oB reUtlreto KANS AS, Uke U tKAVESWOKTH.-KAXfiAS) APPEAL. . Urg. tig ht pa? weekly P. containing each week . lietchTmmpt HIbbi1om of uu one of lie counties In K&DflM. TThe better iand In thli ttlte are ieUinr It from 00 to to-00 per acre, witB a credit of from aix to eleren yean. The great bulk of the (Tot eroment land, which la aa rich u the riebest in the cute, la atill open to settlers. Full Informa tion in reefd to aoil, climate, preemption, homesteads, mirkeU. eh arches, schools. eLC, will be foand each week in THS APPEAL. Price f i.00 per ansnm. or $1.00 lot aix months. Sample copiea sent on receipt of 10 cent. Address, TUB APPEAL, LaaTurwoirrK, DRUGS, PAISTS, GLAtt, BOOKS. WALL PA FEB and bULLEHEBY. L. Ltob. Conneant, O. 15S4- BOTTOM CASH PRICES. Sash, Doors and Blinds AT Wholesale Prices. MIDDLE MEN. CuHey Manufacturing Co., Of Ashtabula, Ohio, have decided to five tbe consumer the benent or tne wnoiesaie ui eoont, and will aell In the future Rash and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 27 June 1879

f i J li I.' A U jLUJ'UL J-iiJ JLJ 1.jL ' JK : , . J'AS.' REED 3c SON, Pablisliers. Ind.epend.eat in all things. 'r - $2 Advance " ; '. : . - . . . - - ' ' ; ; VlllXX, Kn 9,fi ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1879. Whole Number 1538. ' ; . . . - ' 1 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. l.ry Good, Groceries, Crockery ;and o liwj- , t ware, tsoousauu duoct. ivj " j l to naus nuu . v J ....1 evervthine a family need to, eat or wear. Sorlh Afain Ueet. AsiitlnlaJj ' - n .1 c a. ( " Tfimbes UiM Dealer in - - . . . . f. .w ima mn an. rriuUana (jrain: ,", i 1'niu.i K.iDKsi f'ompai.ies and Cleve end Herald. Main street Aslilaouia, w. iiw Kainiivlirora-Tteaand Provision: also.pure ' . . i Vi j , bareo ll Ulgam. , -' . a R. UELLN, Produce and Commission era Iteerveltutter,i.'tieieBnd Dried rruita, -...- t -l.llitll,. 1 til 14ft LLM JUUIll wi'v, - . - . , -. -. . .-7'.- . . . B T i .. L'nn..- CAULIS-K -C 1 i win:! - ii. i and .Stnple Drv OoodK. Family (iroeerlesand Ohio. . J. TI. FAI I.KSLI. SON, aj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 27 June 1879

THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper In Ashtabula, printed en tirely at home. Office 12S Main Street A.SHTABTJLA.. - - - OHIO Friday Mornlns, Jane 27, 1879. Republican State Ticket. Governor, CHARLES FOSTER, of Seneca County. Lieutenant Governor, ANDREW J KICKEXLOOPER, of Ham-. ilton County. Jnd?e of Supreme Court. WM. W. JOHXSON, of Hamilton County. Attorney General, GEO. K. NASH, of Franklin County. Auditor of State, JOHN F.'OG LEVEE, of Logan Coonty. State Treasurer, JOSEPH TURNET, of Cuyahoga County. 5 Member of the Board of Public Works, AMES FCLLIXGTON, of Union County. Weston, the walker, is a man of many failures, but he has made a success that cives him. th e first position among walk ers. , " General Garfield made a twenty minutes speech the other day in faTor of the Miss issippi river, which brought out many con gratulations from the Southern members. Oueen . Victoria, accompanied by the Princess Beatrice and Prince Leopold, visited the Empress Eugenie at Chisel hurst, on the...

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 1879

NOTICE ! 1 s i e a H 5: & i. - 9 A. R. Thurber & Co. I V i Painters and Whitewashes Are Invited t call at SWIFT'S! A SID BZK HOW O H IS -5L IE THET CAN BCT A GOOD BRUSH For Cash! THE TELEGRAPH. Friday Morning:, June 27, 18 713, LOCAL NEWS. r- - ! 4:- i (if f 2". r 1 f' i One girl in the kitchen is worth two on the front fate. The Genera Times is to apjiear next Tuesday as a quarto. ' ' The police hare donned their new- uni forms and present a fine appearance. Roses are more perfect and beautiful thU'season, than for many past one;. The TownseniU bad a crowded bouse at the Harbor lust Wednesday evening. . The Townsends will play Richard III at the Opera House to-morrow evening. The Council will meet in regular ses ' sion nextWednesdaj evening, July 2d. The Towusends are to play for the benefit of the Ashtabula baud at the Opera House at an early day. The Culley Co. have leased a part of the lot connected with the former Parson Peet homestead, for the purpose of a lumber yard....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 27 June 1879

KANSAS. -i -- : i . r . For lrnortnron relative KAVSAS, take the . LKAVJKKWOHTHiKASSAS) APPEAL. larpe .. eigut page weettv paper, cosauiing each week - tuiek. sap illustrations of eoiue n "I UK counties la Kaasas. Toe better lands in tbia state are selling tt from M 00 o -0 per acre, wills credit of fom six to eleven Tenia. Tae great balk of the gov ernment toed, which it as rieh as the richest is , the slate, is still open to settlers. Foil informa tion in regard to soil, climate, preemptions, bomeeteads, nnrketa. chtrrehes. schools, etc, wul be foMid each wrek in THE APPEAL. Price f-i.fej per aunom. or (1 .00 foi aix months. Sample copies sent on receipt of 10 cents. Addraaa, THJt APPEAL, , Xahsas. - ' if I ft '4! i 1 .1 t If in 'Hi it) ! DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, BOOKS, WALL PA PEB and MILLCvEHT. L. Lto. Couneaut, O. J4- BOTTOM CASH PRICES. Sash, Doors and Blinds -AT- Wholesale Prices. NO MIDDLE MM. Oulley Manufacturing Co., Of Ashtabula. Ohio. have decided to give the r ' ' v..h nr ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 4 July 1879

-a r r tt - ASHTABULA Q i ID IT LXXJL JLJL 1 J.A.S. BEED Sz SON, Fublislaers. Independe at in all things. $2 in Advance r ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1879. Whole Number 1539. Vol. XXX, No. 27. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. v nd evejTthing a yA5,ula. wear. i UHU ar. . FrluU dnl and Cleveland I Dion Express f",..hiiia O 1308 Herald, Main street. Asui-ibula. u. i A JkKTwTsAVAGK, Dealers in Choice I VAuv groceries and Provisions; also, pure &Ei&S.nd the finest brand, of lo- baocoand Cigars. m WELLS, Produce and CommNjion Mchant for the purchase and sale jol W est e7n Reserve Butter Cbeeseand L'ried r ruUs, Main street. Ashtabula, Ohio. (4KLIHK TV LEU, Dealers in r ancv adSuVpTe lrv Good", Kami ly Groceries and ""ockerV. WUlard s -W Block. Ashtabula, Ohio. m sin L(.!t & NOV, Dealers In 'GrerTetWoio Flour, Feed, Foreign iw HKUHhAi), Denier in Flour Pork. WHa".ffiKand all kin :ds of Fish : al - 1 K'r 7 es d KmesticWine. MM j UrorTeX " "ats' Hardware, Crockery. Books, Fain...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 4 July 1879

TEE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper In Ashtabula, printed en tirely at home. Office 126 ifai Street. ASHTABULA.. - - - OHIO Friday Morningr, July., 1879. Republican State Ticket. Governor. by CHARLES FOSTER, ol Seneca Connty. Lieutenant Governor, AffDREW HICKEXLOuPER. of Ham is ilton County. i , Jude of Supreme Court. WM. W. JOHSON, of Lawrence County. " Attorney General, , GEO. K. NASH,, ii Franklin County. . Auditor of State. or JOHN F. OG LEVEE, of Clark County. Sute Treasurer, . JOSEPH TUBXEY, of Cuyahoga Connty. Member of the Board of Public Works, JAMES FULLLVGTOX, of UuiouCounty. n-i, nld Peter CooDer? and i in - i have become of his financial aspirations What would be the ' effect upen this world, if Harvard-Yale Regattas were to drop out. War Democrat helped suppress the re bellion, and 60 far 80 good, but how would it have beeu if the Democrats had come in to power in 1864? We have no information as to the way Daniel Davis got through last week. His boots eould not have neede...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 4 July 1879

NOTICE ! o u c3 PS H P H J: . - - a c s C 2 e z. c r- - -131 S - - L. C A. S. Tliurber & Co. Painters and Wnitewashers Are InTlted to call SWIFT'S ! 1SD BEX now 2 XI 13 HP THEY CAS BUY A GOOD BRUSH For Cash! THE TELEGRAPH. Friday Morning, July 4, 1879. Local News. The Council met last Wednesday even ing. The Knights of Honor have rented Fist's hall, in which to hold their meetings. It will be nicely fitted up. The Townsends give Scoville's cornet band-and orchestra a benefit on Tuesday evening next. Othello is the play. W.P. Howland is at home in a comfort able condition of health, and is booked for an address at Pierpont on the 4th. The Junior of the Conneaut Reporter gets np an excellent local page in the ab sence of ilr. Keig on a trip to Iowa. Hay harvest began with last week, and no better weather could have been wished for than that which ran through the week. This week we begin on our 28th years' connection with the Sentinel. On the" 1st day of July, 1853, the Sentinel wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 4 July 1879

KANSAS. V ! H i I : i I t n m is - 1 fj -1 V. V'1 't i. !: '! if ii I J I Xl ; ' i . 'It For InlortMtio n!ati to KANSAS, take he LKTB KTH. -KANSAS) APPEAL. Ur eibt Dre weekly PP'. eonttinun ech week Bkstch. mipt UiutrUon of tome out ot the counties in KnM. Tbe better Undr in this pUte are selling it from fJ 00 to lu.wOper acre, wita a credit of from ix to eleven rent. The great bnlk of the gov ernment Unci." which ie a rich at the rieoett in the ute, it etill open tovettlera. Fall informa tioa in re?anl to soil, climate, preemption, homeatcadi, markets, chnrr-hes. chooli. etc, will be found each week in THE APPEAL. Price $1.00 per annnm, or 1.00 fot ail month. Sample copies sent on receipt of 10 cent. Address, THE APPEAL, Lsavikwokth, K.AXSAS. lSU-Oi DRCG3, PAINTS, GLASS. BOOKS, WALL PA PES and MILLINERY. L. Lto. Conneaot, O. 154- BOTTOM OAp PRICES. Sash, Doors and Blinds AT Vholesale Prices. NO MIDDLE MEN. Oulley Manufacturing Co., Of Ashtabnla. Ohio, have decided to rive the consu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 11 July 1879

ASHTAB TT , A TELEGRAPH. REED Sz SON", 3?ublish.ers. Independe at in all tilings. $2 in Advance. Vol. XXX, No. 28. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1879. Whole Number 1540. t BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ' MERCHANTS. S'S- r T?S3S- GrWieVy-Hnd Glass wewandShoes. Ready-Made Clotb uVHiu nd Cap. Tobacco and Cirars, ."A a ami y needs to eat or lanapol TWftlPP III wu . a' : TOTIBFS BOCRWFlt, (A. C. Tombes r.d ii E. Rockwell.) Wholesale and Re tail Dealer in Groceries ana rrovisionfl, Muts and Grain : Aent for American and Union Express Companies and Cleveland Herald, Main street, Ashtabula, O. I M A. H. & B. W. SAVAGE, Dealers In Choice j-amiivuroceriesand Provision; also, pure Confectionery, and the finest brands of To bacco and Cigars. S. II. WEILS Produce and Commission Merchant for the purchase and saleof W ext ern Reserve Butir Mor:i" . . . - . u.in KtrMt Ashtabula. Ohio. I-"4 . ... . .-. ... w W nA-ilnrfl In FunPT and staple Drv Goods, r amily Groceries and Crockery. Willard New Block, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 11 July 1879

THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper Id Ashtabula, printed en tirely at home. Ojnce 136 Main Street. ASHTABULA. - - - OHIO Friday Morning, July 11, 1879. Republican State Ticket. Governor, CHARLES FOSTER, of Seneca County. Lieutenant Gorernor, ANDREW HICKEKLOOPER, of Hamilton County. Judge of Supreme Court. W1L W. JOHXSON, of Lawrence Umnty. Attorney General, GEO. K..XASH, of Franklin County. Auditor of State, JOHN F. OG LEVEE, of Clark County. State Treasurer, JOSEPH TURKEY, of Cuyahoga County. Member of the Board of Public Works, JAMES FULLIXGTON, of Union County. Senator Th.irman is represented to be unable to take any active part in the Ohio campaign on account of illness. "While petroleum is reported 63 cents per barrel in New York, consumers in this county pay the usual prices as heretofore. The American Minister to Germany, was giren a dinner a square meal we suppose by Prince Bismark, on Thursday of last week. - Old Zacb Chandler proposes to lend the Government flOO.OOO t meet a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 11 July 1879

NOTICE ! sue C . -a o o W fc H H ' a S c S c . 5--x-r-c gr 1 5-2 .5 - " " t c c s A. R. TImrber& Co Painters and Whitewashes Are In vllcd to call at SWIFT'S ! USUI HOW O 33: JS 2 THEY CAN BUT A GOOD BRUSH For Cash ! THE TELEGRAPH. Friday Morning, July 11, 1879. WE WILL SEND THE Telegraph to our subscribers and otheia who spend the lien Led term tit Wat ering Places or in other Summer Resorts, on their leaving memoranda at our office, Our friends will want Ashtabula County news through the medium of the best coun ty newspaper, and can have at a cost of on ly 17 cents per month, postage prepaid. LOCAL NEWS. White fish in small quantities are be ing caught in the lake off this place. x dung, milky, inexperienced eggs are not the kind most plentiful just now. Fiekinger's Kentucky horse took the first money at Unionyille, an the Fourth. The fourth crib for the extension of the east pier at Ashtabula Ilarlior has been tuuk. It is now expected that : Tall man's steam fish boat will be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 11 July 1879

; DE. S. D. HOWE'S Arabian Tonic Blood PURIFIER DBFFERS from all other preparation! is IU umibiati actio Dpon the LIVER, KID5ETS A5D BLOOD. Composed of the choicest Herb, Rooti ud Extracts. Cures BoiU, Blotches, Tumors, Salt Rheum, Cancers, Cancerous Hnmors, Pimples on the face, Scurtey, Syphilis, Scrotals, and all dis eases arising from an impure state of the blood. Malarial Feers, etc. Por-KTHVOrS DEBILITY." "LOST VITALI TY." CRISARY DISEASES," and BROKEN DOVTN CONSTITUTIONS." I challenge the Wtn century to produce its equal. Every Bottle Is worth its Weight in Gold. Price $'.00 per bottle. DR. S. nTTlOYE'S ARABIAN MILK CURE, The only Medicine of the Kind in the World. A SUBSTITUTE FOB COD LIVER OIL. Cnrei Conehs. Co'.dn. Croup, Whooping Cough Hoirfcuew, Bionchitis, Bleeding Inrss, and all disc ot the Throat. Chest and Lun6, leading to Consumption. Price $1.00 per bottle. DR. S. D. HOWE'S ARABIAN LIVER PILLS, Purely regetable. Cures Biliousness. Dys pepsia, Malarial Fevers, Sick H...

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