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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 18 July 1879

t v D A IDTUT ABEL A ID I 1 JujJLJj JAS. REED & SO 1ST, Fublisliers. Independe at in all tilings. - $2 in Advance. Vol. XXX, No. 29. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1879. Whole Number 1541. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. THOS. IT. BOOTH. General DeaJjr In Dry Uoocs, Urocenes, S,"t i..i ,,.h. lass- ware, Boots ana siwra. "Tt n.Vr. i..- r r .. . . ran Tobaccos ana Clears T family needs to eat or -V,' , ,t Ashtabula. wear, jvi ... - - . TOflBK BOCRWE". (A. C. Toobe. and U K. Rockwell.) W hoiesa and Re tail Dealers In Groceries and Provisions rV.,.tTH (iraln Agents for American and fnlon Express Companies and Clevel Herafd. Main street, Atbula.O. 1: A. H. A E. W.SAVAUK,Leaiersinnoi i - i, .. . un.i l. v i mi rtn a - A I SUV DU Ice r ami v vi i ' 1 - - -- - -1 Confectionery, and the finest brands or I .1 I '..'.IP. I re To- liil n irn T. Produce and Oommlwion Merchant for the purchase and pale of West ern Reserve Bu it er cneeeanu urieu i ' " " Uoin srrMil AHtltH.iJUIa.UniO. 1 CARL...

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 1879

oi-rnl in South A fries. Dauenr urn uu." - . ,7 Thus, borne on a field piece, the corpse passed the Academy and reached the hul, whence is pained a view of the lovely kent ish scenery toward Chiseihurst. The sun was setting and the last gun was fired as the cortege passed oyer the brow of the hill into the open country beyond, toward the spot where the ashes of the dead Prince's father rest and where the widowed bow childless lady awaits the home-coming in such a sad fashion, of him who was once her pride and joy. THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper la Ashtabula, printed en tirely at home. Office 126 llain Street. ASHTABULA. OHIO Friday Morning, July 18. 1879- Republican State Ticket. Governor, . CHARLES FOSTER, of Seneca County. Lieutenant Governor, ANDREW HICKEXLOOPER, of Ham ilton Coanty. Judtre of Supreme Court. fflL W. JOUSSON, of Lawrence County: Attornev General, GEO. K. NASH, of Franklin County. Auditor of State, JOHN F. OG LEVEE, of Clark County. State Treasurer, JOSEPH TCRXEY...

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 1879

NOTICE ! ES O U P b 3 X : - c 5 si Sri . i K i m - s . 2 Z3 o- : C ftC A. E. Timber & Co, TBT TOE EIXTJ Rose Cologne! FROM SWIFT'S ! As Oe4 a Horl'e for Half Ibe money. BRING YOUR VIALS. THE TELEGRAPH. Friday Morning, July 18,1870. WE WILL SEND THE Telegraph to our subscribers and otheis who spend the heated term t 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. The Council met last Wednesday evening. Grand River Institute -will begin its fall term on the 19th of August The Howl and Insurance Law and the Tramp law went into operation with July. Dr. L. D. Kellogg, the Reporter ears, has purchased a couple of lots in Conne aut cemetery. That large elm struck by lightning in front of George Loveland's was a lo cust, Mr. Standard. Every chestnut tree gives forth prom ise o...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 18 July 1879

Silver Manufacturers. From the Detroit Post. Welting silver is a nice operation. Tbe broken coin and pare silver, from 200 to 400 ounces in weight, are put into a cru cible, which is placed upon an anthracite fire, subjected to a strong draught. The difficulty is to pour oil the liquid metal at the precisely right moment. If it is al lowed to get too hot the silver will loose much of its malleability; it will become what the workmen call "puddintrv, it will not "work well," as they sar. Soroe- umes Doming can oe done wan it uiitu u has been melted again. If, on the con trary, the same is taken from the fire be fore it is hot enough, it will crack and fly and must be remelied. It is only when it has been poured off at the right instant that it becomes the tough, ductile and malleable silver, in proper condition to be wrought into plate. The melter judges onlv from the ppearanceof the metal, which, when it is just hot enough, assumes for a moment a certain cloudy aspect, easy to disti...

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 1879

HTMD: . A .Q I .A JJ.Ol TELEGRAPH. f v k X K7 -- - - X.S. & SON, Fubliskers. Independeat in all things. $2 in Advance, Vol. XXX, No. 30. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1879. ' Whole Number 1542. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. THOS. . BOOTH, General Dealer In iiry lioods. Groceries, Crockery ana ' w ire, VMiui unu :-ihh-. i..-; j - , .. 1. f t . ami mini J lie 11 law anu utps. i , " , and everything a family need to eat or wear. North Main street. Ashtabula. UK TO.HHM4RM HWEtl,(A- C. We. i k liockweii.) Wholesale and lie- tall Healer la Groceries and Provisious . . . .... : a ..... t ifi ri n Mni (?nion Expre.- Uomp:inie and Clevelnna .. .... A ul.l.ilill 111 11 iltltt - . - T.,l .rt in I ' ll i ii framii.viiroceriesa'i.l Provisions; also.uuie bxui and Cisar. li' S. B. WRlLS Proluoe and ('nmmiwlon "xlerrliant for the purcha. and sale 1 Wist crn ltpserveBui ter,CiieeKand Dried r'ru;ts. Main sue .-t, A.shtaul, (.Into. i u i.'fVl, 4TVIPH, nealorg iu Fancy and staple I'rv J..iii, ...

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 1879

THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper In AshUbula. printed en tirely at home. Offlot 136 Main Street. ASHTABULA. - - - OHIO Friday Morrtinsr, July 25, 1879. Republican State Ticket. Governor, CHARLES FOSTER, of Seneca County. Lieutenant Governor. ANDREW IltCKEXLOuPEK, of Ham ilton County. Judge of Supreme Court. WM. W. JOHNSON, of Lawrence County. Attorney Genera!, GEO.. K. SA.SU. it Ffunklm County. Au.il..r of Slate. JOnX F. OGLEVEE. of Clark County. Stale Treasurer. JOSEPH TCRXEY. of Cuyahoga County. Meinlw r ,.f I he Board of Public Works, JAMES FCLLIXGTOX, : Union County. The County Republican Convention. The Republican voters of Ashtabula county are requested to meet at the usual places of holding elections in their re spective townships on Saturday, A u trust 18, 1879, between the boors ol 6 and V p. rn., and eiect by ballot one hundred and twelve delegates to the County Convention to Je held at the Court Honse in Jefferson, on Monday, August 18, 1879, at which time the following C...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 25 July 1879

n n iLCIDHEY PAD I TEE GEEAT DISCOVERY 1 1 worn vaMASta of the . A rmxxiy thst will J0,,!,.Te. "? D '&ETES, SVEl, OSOPSY. 6SI6HTS OiSElE. K'GH IMWE. INCOHTIKtUCE AW J- TtfcTlOl OF URINE, HERVOiJS OeSiLIfY and FE liLE COPLIX!$ whwi 0rHIH3 ELSE CX la success proves tbe eifiejer of ABSORPTION It saved the life of lis discoverer and is ln the uvea of thousand of oibers. For &ie by Druifirists or sent by mail on receipt of tbepno oty K(MEY pMC Sole Proprietor, Toledo, Ohio, ry Seed your (dirrai lor our pamphlet, "Bow a Life tu Saved." - A. R. Thurbcr'ct Co., GENERAL AGENTS -F0E- Ashtabula County. ft also keep tbe best goods in the DRUG LINE for tbe least money. THY THE FIXE Eose Cologne! FROM- SWIFT'S ! A. Good as Hoy for Ualflbe Money, BRIXG YOUR VIALS. r THE TELEGRAPH. Friday Morniug, July 25, 1879. WE WILL SEND THE Telegraph to our sutecribers and otheis whosiend the heated term at Wat ering Places or in other Summer Resorts, on their leaving memoranda at our office. Our frien...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 25 July 1879

DISCONTENT. Two boats rockrf on the riw, -In the ahadow of leaf ad tree One wm Id lore with the outer; Que was In love with the aesv, The one that loved the baiter The wind of late onthora. Bat bald the other, long-lug. Forever against the shore. The one that rests on the river. Though sailing fair and fleet. Loots back to the peaceful river. To the harbor safe and sweet. One frets against the qoiet Of the moss grown, ahaded ah or One sighs that U ma- enter Tbat harbor nevermore. , - - One wearies of the dangers Of the tempest's rage and waB ; One dreams, amid the I Hies, Of a far off, snowy sail. Of all that life can teach OS, There's naojrhl so true as this The winds of fat blow ever, itiil evrr blow amiss. The Doctor's Romance. He told uie himself all about it. Did you never liear the story ? It was rath er romantic, and helped me pass away a lonff tedious eveniiip. I Mas laid up witn a broken leg in Munich that winter tre fellows went abroid for a few months' travel. -It was dul...

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

A CITJfrp A ID) A fell 1 AJD La TEI RAPH. J.A.S. PL EE ID Sz SOIST, lublisliers. Independe at in all "things. $2 in Advance. Vol. XXX, No. 31. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1879, . Whole Number 1543. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. 1 HO. If. BOOTH, GencraJ lieaier in ury (i.xwls, Groceries, Crockeiy Hnd ls? w re. Boots and Shoe. KenUy-Ma-le t'lotti luy Hat and Caps, Tobacois and C'isani, and evervt'iinic a family needs to eat or wear. orth Main street, asnutuma. ! roHBK4ft BOfKWKLL, (A. T. Trohe ud U K Kocaweii.) Wholesale and lie Uitl lieilers la Groceries and Provision. I- riutsandOrain; Agents lor American nnu Union Express Oniiiiwinea and Cleveland Herald, Mm street, Atimbul, O. Uia A. II. K. '.! VAUK, Dealers in Choice J-atullvirroceriesulitl inivisions; aieo.pu Confectionery, end tiie ttnct brand of 'J bacou and lis-ars. li- k. ft. WELLS. Produce and Commission Merchant for tne purchase and sale of West ern rUierve Bimcr.t'iiec..cx.:id Dried Fruits, ilin stre t, Aiititabiu...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 1 August 1879

THE TELEGRAPH. Tbe largest paper In Ashtabula, printed en tirely at borne. OJJUx 13S Main Street. ASHTABULA. - - - OHIO 1, 1879. Republican State Ticket. Governor, CHARLES FOSTER, of Seneca County. Lieutenant Governor, ANDREW HICKEKLOOPER, of Ham ilton County. Judge of Supreme Court. WM. W. JOHNSON, of Lawrence County. Attorney General, GEO. K. NASH, of Franklin County. Auditor of State, JOHN F. OGLE.VEE, of Clark County. State Treasurer, JOSEPH TURKEY, of Cuyahoga County. Member of the Bourd of Public Works, JAMES FULL1NGT0N, o! Union County. The County Republican Convention. The Republican voters of Ashtabula county are requested to meet at the usual places of holding elections in their re spective townships on Saturday, August 16, 1879, between the hours of 6 and 8 p. m., and elect by ballot onfe hundred and twelve delegates to the County Convention to be held at the Court House in Jefferscn, on Mondav, August 18, 1879, at which time the following County officers will be nominate...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 1 August 1879

n n ir if in iifif nn n KiuiitY ran j f T-f 1 FOB DI5USK8 or xu I L4J tlKIOKErS. BUBOES K0 URINARY OR. 6HS. A rrr.edy that will potire??' cura p.fcrES, 6veL dropsy, bpichts b sease. HH-ti COLOREO UfiiNE. ICONIIMIKCE yO KE TCmi OF URiE-llERVOuS DEBILITY a?ld FE atAuE COMPLAINIS when aiOlHa ELSE CAH, Its success prove the efficacy of A8S0R PTIOit. It saved tbe life of iu discoverer and it tar tar ibe lire of thousands of others. For aaie by Druggists or lent by mail on receipt of tbe price, ifcUXM CST KIDNEY PAD CO, - Sole Proprietor, Toledo, Ohio. ' Send Tour address for our A. R. Thurber & Co., Ashtabula, O., GENERAL AGENTS FOB - Ashtabula County. We also keep tbe best goods In the DBUQ UN E for the beast money. TRY THE FIXE Rose Cologne! -FROM- SWIFT'S ! Aa Caod as Iloyl'a for Half tbe Irloney, XRIXG TOUR VIALS. p THE TELEGRAPH. Friday Morning, Anj. 1, 1879. WE WILL SEND THE Telkubaph to our guWctibere and othen who spend tbe heated term at Wat ering Places or in other Summer R...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 1 August 1879

"MAKE HOME HAPPY. jot than boildiG abowy mutskMn, Hore Uuu drrm and Doe array: Xorc than domea and loftv steeple. Von Utaa station, power, and sway. Xake oar borne bom neat and tasteful. Bricht and pleasant, alwmjv fair. Where each heart shall rest contented. Grateful for each pleasure there Seek to make roar borne mast lovely, Let tt be a smilinc spot Where, In nreet contentment resting. Care and sorrow are forgot. Where the flowers and tree are waving. Biros will sine their sweetest song; Where the ptirestthoognu will linger. Confidence and love belong. There each heart will rest con ten ted, Seldom wishing far to roam. Or if roaming, still win ever Cherish happy thoughts of borne. Bach a heme makes men the better. Sure and lasting the control. Home with pore and bright anrrouodlne. Leaves its impress on the souL Japanese Fans. For the manufacture of the common fl.it fiiiis now sent in Eucli creat qiianU tips to the United States, a soft kind of scrub bamboo is selected, cut into ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 8 August 1879

. 1 ! S I ASM A RT Tf . A L Jtid JJ JO-d m3T Jllz jlX -- . . .... ...... . , JJS. REED Ss SOIST, iPublisliers. Ind.epend.eat in all tilings. $2 in Advance. ; ' ' " . ' - .Vol. XXX, No. 32. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1879. Whole Number 1544. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. i V" f H(K. W. BOOTH, General Iealer li Liry Goods, Groceries, Crockery and Olas ' i . . 1 1 I ... ... T. Slid CllfBrS, Bud everything a family need to t or wear. Nonb Main street. s.gntou.. - n mra djm-S1 VFLL. fA. C. Tombe and L. E. Kockweil.) Wholesale and Re in ii ixalers in (iroeenes auu r' r riuts and Grain ; Agent for American and Union Express tympanies and Ueve and Herald, Main sireei, -. i--" A.II.A-E. W.SAVAGK.DealerslnCholee Kwuiivirnicerieaand Provisions; also, pure Confectionery, and the finest brands of To bacco and ogsrs. " X. R. V KLLK, rroauoe ana inniunioii siercbantlor liie purctiaseaud Kale of West- ern lleserve riutlr.t ueeseaua jLrieu rruiw, iii! stro-l, AhuiULA, uliio. 11 CIBLLK A Tyi...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 8 August 1879

THE TELEGRAPH. Tbe largest paper In Aahtabola, printed en tirely at borne. OKot 128 ifcMit Street. A.3HTA.BULA.. - - - OHIO Friday Morning, Aug. 8, 1879. Republican State Ticket. Goreruor, CHARLES FOSTEK, of Seneca County. Lieutenant Governor, ANDREW IHCKEXLOuPER, of Ham ilton County. . JuJee of Supreme Court. WJL W. JOaXSOX, of Lawrence County. Attorney General, GEO. K. XASII. of Franklin County. Auditor of State, J&IIX F. OG LEVEE, of Clark County. State Treasurer, JOSEPH TUKXEY, of Cuyahoga County. Member of the Board of Public Works, JAMES FCLLIXGTOX, of Union County. The County Republican Convention. tion. The Republican voters of Ashtabula oounty are requested to meet at the usual places of holding elections in their re- sjiective townships on Ssaturaay, jupusi 1(5, ISTtf, between the hours oi o aim i. m.. and elect bv ballot one hundred and twelve delegates to the County Convention to be held at the Court House in jeuersi-n, r,n Mnn.lav. Aue-ust 18.-1879, at which time th...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 8 August 1879

KIDHEY PAD r l TEE GEE1I CISCO YI2T jxxcmt. Kjaotn a unmw o. c s A TfTory that wiJ jwwnve'T rr JU-rrrj, s:vtt DiOfT. ES (.-T fc.SU E, I. - r . VJ I--IXE. mr(WT!fcrn-:6 AO ft f (in- i,ERi((j tteniTtiffd fE fciuje CGPlAii4 wben liOIH!a ELSE CH. Id iuocww prows the efflcaeyof a&SCRPT'Ud, It the kit of lu diaooverer and ! Id Ibe Uvea of thousand! of other, f or t f PrugglFtj or sent by mall on receipt i lie too, t$A-00J DT KIDNEY PAD CO.. Bole Proprietors, Toledo, OMO. HT 8ti roar address for our pamphlet, i.ew a Ui wuStfed." A. R. Thurber & Co., jSmlxt abulai O., GENERAL AGENTS ' ':- Ashtabula County. i We tlM keep the best goods in tbeDEDOLISK lor uie tern si money. THY THE FIXE .., . . Rose Cologne ! FROM SWIFT'S! f - . . r A Ooo a Hort'a Tar HalflheBTonry, . BRIXG TQ VR VIALS. THE TELEGRAPH, Friday Morning, Aug:; 8, 1879. WE WILL SEND THE Telegraph to our subscribers and otheis who spend the heated term at Wat ering Places or in rther Summer'. Resorts, on their leaving memor...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 8 August 1879

UNIVERSAL ORDER. 'AH hot pans of one stupendous whole'. Whose body suture la. and o4 the aool ; That chansed tcrooeh all, and jet In all the Great In the earth, as In the ethereal frame; Warms in the son, refreshes In the breese. Glows In the ctara, aud blossoms la the trees; Lives Ui rough all hie. extends through all extent; Spreads undivided, operates unspent : Braubes In oar soul, hi forma our mortal part. As full, as perfect, in an hair as heart; As full, as perfect, In vfie man that monraa. As the rapt seraph that adores and horns: To Elm no high, no low, no treat, no small ; lie fills. He bounds, connect, and equals all. Oeaae, then, Dor order 1m perfection name ; Oor proper bliss depends on what we blame. Know U17 own point: this kind, this doe degree Of blindness, weakness. Heaven bestows on toarn, Submit in this, or any other sphere, Secure, to he West as thoc canst bear: Safe in the hand of one disposing Power Or in the naral or the mortal boar. All nature Is hot art. unk...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 August 1879

!APE ASHTABULA TELEGJB J-A.S. REED Sz SO 1ST, Publishers. Independe at in all things. $2 in Advance . Vol. XXX, No. 32. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1879. Whole Number 1545. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. thm. M. RAOTII. Ofneral Dealer in Ixrj Good. Groceries, Crockery and Glass ware, Boou and Sboes. Redy-Mde Cloth ing fiata and Cap. Tobaeoos and Cigars, and everything a family needs to et or wear. Sorts Main street, aniauui- TOJIBRI ROCKWELL, (A. a Tombes and 1 K. Rockwell.) Wholesale and. Re- tali in iroceries and Provision. ' KrlnU and Grain: Aentsfor Amertean and (Tnlon ExDress Companies and Cleveland Herald, Main street. Aahtabala, O. HMt A. H. Sc K. W.8AVAGK, Deniers In Choice Family rro5erieand Provisions; also.pnre Confectionery, nd the finest brands or To bacco and Cigars. 11 S. B. KEtLD, Produce and Commission Merchant for the purchase and sale of West ern Reserve Butter Cheese and Jjrled Fruits, Main streut, Amtabula, Ulilo. CARLISLE 4c TYLEU, Dealers in Fancy anu ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 August 1879

THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper In Ashtabula, printed en tirely at borne. Office 136 Maim 8treet. ASHTABULA. - OHIO Friday Mornlnjr, Aug. 15, 1879. Republican State Ticket. Governor, CHARLES FOSTER, of Seneca County. Lieutenant Governor, ANDREW HICKEXLOuPER, of Ham ilton County. Judsre of Supreme Court VT1I. W. JOHXSON, of Lawrence County. Attornev General, GEO. K. XASII, it Franklin County. Amlitor of State. JOHX F. OG LEVEE, of Clark County. State Treasurer, JOSEPH TURXEY, of Cuyahoga County. Member of the Board of Public Worts, JAMES FL'LLIXGTOX, of Union County. FOSTER IN ASHTABULA. The Ohio Republican com mittee announce that lion. Charles Foster, will be presant at the county convention at J eff erson on the 18th inst. and will address the people of Ashta bula, in the evening of the same day. The place of gathering will probably be at the Opei a House. The Republicans of this region will not fail to turn out and give him a hearty reception. County Republican Convention. The R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 August 1879

n n 1 te eb..ria l TSE GEE1T DISCOTEET ros omasa of th JkIOKEYS. BUBDE W) LftlMRT OR. e-S. A remedy that wij tw"' p? D -ETES. 6BVEL, OSOPST, BFIGHTS Dt?EASe, l i-H C3L0HE! DRIXE, IC6TIN.CE AMO R6 TMIO OP LRtNE, KERVOUS DEBILITY dnd PE iAi.E COHPUIH.S when WJIHIMS ELSE Cl. Its o- dttcs e e 'Scary of AaSuRPTIo. It saved ineuleof its diKOTereraodta Ber ing the brt of thousaodi of other. For aie by I)ruggit or Mot by mail on receipt d the pnc, MT Krom pw . Sole Proprietor, Toledo, Ohio, tVBeaSroar address foe our pttmrjUej, ew a w Saved." A. R. Thurber & Co., GENERAL AGENTS -FOB Ashtabula County. We ahv keep the best Roods in theDHCG LINE for the least money. TRY THE FIXE Rose Cologne! FROM SWIFT'S!: : , , - i T ! As Good aa Hoyl'a for Half Ibe JTIouey. i?iJJJ'c7 YOUR VIALS. n THE TELEGRAPH. Friday Morning, Ang.' i,' 1679. WE WILL1 SKND THE Tkleokaph to ; -oar' ' sBb-tierW abd oltieis who spend the hc-iled term at Wat ering Places or in other Summer Ik-sorts, on their leaving memora...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 August 1879

Tullis, the Miser. The land trader and speculator, whose will is the subject of a controversy as yet undisposed of in our court?, was a man sufficiently remarkable in the modes of ac quiring his' possessions, and of disposing or rather holding on to his accu mm illations for, as a miser, he is entitled to rank with toe most distinguished of that class ol in dividuals as to render a brief narrative of his early and later years of some inter est. In a conversation with Mr. Alex, Long, General Cary, and some others, who were acquainted with this singular person from boyhood, a reporter of the Commer cial learned the following particulars: Jeremiah C. Tullis and his brothers were educated at Carv s academy, in this coun ty. They boarded at home with their fath er, and walked from the farm, in Spring field township, to the school and home agHin in the evening Jeremiah was a hard student, and devoted his principle atten tion to mathematics. He thoroughly mas tered surveying and in solving...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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