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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 August 1879

A8HTAB TELEGRAPH. J.A.S. REED &s SO 1ST, Fublistiers. Independeat in all things. $2 in Advance Vol. XXX, No. 32. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1879. Whole Number 1547. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANT. 1HOS. W. BOOTH, tJen-ra! Ile.l.r in 1 ry Uooua, Uroeeries, urocitery hum w ire. Boots and Shoes. rU-a.ly-.Made 'iotli- inn Hats and Cans. Tuwrew aim mam. and everything a family needs to eat or wear. North Main Hiwi, A-ntanu,a. 1 O'lUF.S & ROiftVKIL, (A. C. T"iubes and L. E. Koc.Kweti.i '". biil l-Hlers in liroe.-i'-s and Provision KriM4nlrnin: Aireiitsfor American an Cnion Express i" enemies and levetan Herald, Main strs-t. AshlaMlla. " 1 ' i ti a. t cv. t 1 Vl(;i:. Heaters in Choi.- Kmiiiit .rooeries tod Kwv;n: also, pure Comwtionerv. and the finest brands of T- UcoianiiCyni. l'l n. WELLS 1'rodiiee and Commission it-reliant for tne purchase and s-le if West- trn iteserveiiutt"r,CheeseHnd lined Fruits, .Main stre-.t, Ashtabula, Ohio. ti f 1 1. 1 I. K "rV LE (TL l-.lliTS in ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 August 1879

THE .TELEGRAPH. The Urgest paper In Ashtabula, printed en tirely t home. Office 138 Jtai Street, ASHTABULA. - OHIO Friday Morning-, Aug. 29, 1879. Republican State Ticket. Election, Tuesday, ' Octobee 14th, 1879. Governor, CHARLES FOSTER, of Seneca County. T iin font n r fJAVprnnr ANDREW HICKEXLOoPER, of Hm- liton wumt. Judge of Supreme Court. WSI. W. JOHNSON, of Lawrence County. Attorue? General, GEO. K. XASn, 6f Franklin County. Auditor of State. JOHN F. OG LEVEE, of Clark County. State Treasurer, JOSEPH TUKXEY, of Cuyahoga County. Member of the Board of Public Works, JAilES FL'LLIXGTOX, o! Union County, Republican County Ticket. For Representatives, ' FREEMAN THORP, X. E. FRENCH. For Prosecuting Attorney, F. A. PETTIBOXE. For Coroner, DIt. F. A. TUTTLE. For Commissioner, E. P. BAKER. For Infirmary Director, JOSIAH HICKS. The representative incident in the mod era history of Mississippi is the murder of Henry M. Dixon. Shot in the back, gnus pointing in ev ery direction, out on ba...

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 August 1879

n CIDUEY PAD rm? rrr a TrTcrrtTTTJ Y t-.irnMi.FV. blioofk UB wnMRY OR CANS. A remedy that will positively tot DA-t!U, txCL, WRUrSfi pm-ni. uuwt, HIGH COLCKEO URINE, IWCWTIXEtCE AD RE- IEHiTIO Of USHiE. asFRVOUS DEBILITY and FE LE COKPUkiNTS when MGTHINa ELSE CL J ts taoeem prove the efBcaer of ABSOR PI iWL Jt raved the life of in discoverer and If tav inv tbe Uvea of thousand of others. For aIe bv Dro4cxitf or Mot by anall ou receipt DIYrroTP.0CO, Sole Proprietor, Toledo, Ohio. ' Kend toot tifotm for oar tunrahlAl. -AtQW aaio wa iwhi A. R. Thurber & Co., AbVi tabtxlai O., GENERAL AGENTS . V, FOR Ashtabula Count). We also keep the best goods in the DKCG LINE lor me least money. TRY THE FIXE Rose Cologne ! FROM SWIFT'S ! Am Good Hovt'a for Half tbe ."Money. BRIXG YOUR VIALS. n THE TELEGRAPH. Friday Morning:, An 29, 1879. LOCAL NEWS. Somebody lias decorated the grave of Sterling the murdered, and Youngstown is incensed. Company G, lOih Reg., of this town, were complimented for thei...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 August 1879

LET IT PASS. B aot nrtft to taka oBeac ; Let It paa! Anger k t LetltpamI Brood not darkly o'er a wmoc Wnlcb wlU disappear ere kmc; pfhaylnf thjacfafttrraonaw Let tt pus.' let It pus! Strt eorrod the purest mind. Let ttpasa As 01 nangsnled wind. lAt It paa AST TBlgsr souls thai live Hsy eoodema wttkool reprievs; Tis tbe soolsr who fcrglve. Let It pass! Let tt pass' Echo not so angry word: Let It pan! Think how often ron have erred ! Let It pa! Since oar Joys most pan away. Like tbe dew drops on Ue epray. Wherefore should oor sorrows star T Let them pass Let them pass If lor good you've taken M. Let It pa a! Oh' be kind snd gentle still; Let ft pass! Time at last makes ail things straight Let as not resent, hot wait. And onr triumph shall be great : Let ft panel Let It pant I Bid your anger to depart, Letltpassl Lay these homely words to heart. Let It pass! Follow not the giddy throng: Better to be wronged than wrong ; TbereJWe sing the cheery song Let It pass! Let ft Pass I The Sermo...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 September 1879

ASHTAB vr jJLj. JS. REED Sz SON, P'ublisliers. , r f Ind.epend.eat in all th.in.gs. $2 in Advance Vol. XXX, No. 36. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1879. Whole Number .1548 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. THOS. H. BOOTH, General Dealer In ury CkxxIb, Groceries, Crockery and 'ai whk. Boou and Shoes. Keady-Made tlotn- in Hats and Cans. Tobacco and llKarg, and evervthlne a family needs to eat or wear. North Main street. Ashtabula. l TOnRKS A: RorKWELL, (A. C. Torches nrf I. K Ho-lr.well.) Wholesale and Ke- uii i..i.r. in urowrles and Provisions. Frluuand Grain: AirenUfor American and I n ion Eiorew" Coiuiiarnea ana uieveiatiu Herald, Main street. Aslitiitouia, O. 1W. a i Ar K. w. N4VACS Dealers in Cboic f amily in-Tiesimd Provisions; aJso.pure Confectionery, ana tne Driest brands oi lo- baeco and clears. lail S. B. WEI.I.S, Produce and CommlHsion Merchant for tin' purchase and sale of West ern Reserve Bu; ')r,Clieeieaiid Dried Kruii, Main street, A-Maliula, Ohio. lli rKLILli t TVL...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 September 1879

THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper in Ashtabula, printed en tirely t home. Office 12 Main Street. ASHTABULA. - OHIO Friday ;5Iorniii, Sept. 5, 1879. Republican State Ticket. Electiok, Tuesday, Octobe 14th, 1879. Governor, CHARLES FOSTEE, of Seuec County. Lieutenant GoTernor. ANDREW HICKEXLOOPER. of Ham ilton County. " Judge of Supreme Court. WM. W. JOHNSON, of Lawrence County. Attorner General, GEO. K. XASIL of Fnmklin County. - - ' - Auditor of State. JOHN F. OGLEVEE, of Clark County. State Treasurer, JOSEPH TCRXEY, of Cuyahoga County. ' Member of the Board of Public Works, . 'JAMES FL'LLINGTON, of Union County. Republican County Ticket. For Representatives, FREEMAN THORP, N. E. FRENCH. For Prosecuting Attorney, F. A. PETTIBONE. For Coroner, F. A. TCTTLE. Dlt. For Commissioner, E. P. BAKER. For Infirmary Director, JOSIAH HICKS. Gen. Garfield has gone to Maine where he is to make some fie or six speeches dur ing the early part of the present month. What a short and ready way to succes...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 September 1879

n n ifinriFYPnn UlWIIb I a a aw Vl I THE GREAT DLSCOTEBY (MM FOB DISXAST3 OF TUB f 4- ft!.rfiim! n innra SUB IIDIKtRT OS. CcS. A remedy tbt wUl roi tiyely cure DiBETES. 6RVEU OSOPSY, BhiGHTS D.SEASE, TJTIO 0 URiE, wtRVOuS OEB'LirV end f E MAi.E COMPLAINS bm HOIMIW ELSE CM. l.lacproea the efficacy of aSSORPTIG. It and the life of IUJ discoverer and is asy ln Um urea of thousand of oibers. For aaie by Drumhsti or wot by mail on receipt Soto Proprietor. Toledo. Ohio. tW Send yoor address for our pamphlet, "Bow a Lila was Bared." A. R. Thurber & Co., GENERAL AGENTS . FOR Ashtabula County. We also keep the best goods in the DRUG LINB for the least moocv. TRY THE FIXE Rose Cologne! FROM SWIFT'S ! As iood mm Uoyt's for Half tbe money. JBRIXG YOUR VIALS. n THE TELEGRAPH. Entered at the pot office at Ashtabula, as second-class matter. Friday Morning, Sept. 5, 1879. LOCAL NEWS. The Council met in regular session last 'Wednesday evening. The Fall term of the Ashtabula Com mon Fleas Court o...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 September 1879

TURNING GRAY Life's suufe are runn!" fat away ; The buoyant step of youta Is fona;. The iUlluc balr li turninc (tuTi Asd Time seems bow to harry oa JI or fleetly than In dsjTl of yore, Belbn the heart beam Its pier Before 'twas saddeaed to the core Baton tha days when we sre pay. Yoa, torsinc (ray. Af come like snow as sua and carves each careworn Una; la wrtnkise on tha brow will grow ; The bair with silver streaks wriahise; The eye their brightness lose, the hand Crow dry and tremulous and thin For life, alas! ts quickly spanned, And death Its gates soon closes In, Ah ! turning gray VTe fain would hid The sign bow long with Tims we've Those deepened wrinkles side by sMe. Cut by tne sorrows we have seen ; for feeble beat the heart as years More thickly cluster on oar head As autumn rain drops bang like tears. On soma fair flower that's nearly dead. like perished petals from the flower. Our hopes and wildest Joys are laid : Burn only for a day or boor Sweet gambol! by the fancy play...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 12 September 1879

r JLL.O J-A.S- REED Sz SO 1ST, IPioblisliers. Independe at in all things. $2 in Advance Vol. No.37. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1879. Whole Number 1549. ASHTABULA tt ti n ins A iririr i H hf K A r H U J Xl MAL. . M Li , ii BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. Ury Goods, Groceries, Crockery tad Ota s- ware, doom km Inf. Hnu and Caps. Tobaccos and Clcar . . , r 1 1 nslat tA Ml Of ana e very tn inc j - - wear. N'onh Main street. AihUbalft. 1 . n.fiB irffi f.. A. P. Tomhi ?7"?f "JST wholesale and Re tell UealerTTi Groceries and Provision Fr-uts and Grain; , . Colon Express VWTxll .Herald, maid A.M. B. Dealer in Cboic r ami iv Groceries and r-rovisioiis; also.nure Confectionery. "i flne8t brand of To bacco and cutam- m. f. WKlilS, Produce and Commission Merchant lor me purcnaae nuu ic t . 1 1 ..-.. u.i 1 1 ..r I'beMeand Dried Frtl 'est- Main street, AshtiV-ula, Ohio. liM ( iLI$I.K TVLKK, Dealers in Fani and staple ln-y Goods. Kamily Groceries an Crockery. WUlard'sXew block, Aabtabul...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 12 September 1879

THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper In Ashtabula. priDKxl en tirely at borne. Office 126 Main Street. ASHTABULA.. - - - OEIO Friday Morninsr, Sept. 12, 1879. Republican State Ticket. Elzctiok, Tuesday, October 14th, 1ST9. finvcrnnr. - CHARLES FOSTER, of Seneca Countv ANDREW HICKEXLOOPER, of ILiin- i ilton County. . t..j Cunrpine Court. WM. W. JOUXSON, of Lawrence County. AUornev General, GEO. K. XASIL of Franklin Connty, Auditor of State. rrvRV F. OGLEVEE, of Clark County, State Treasurer. JOSEPH TURXEY, of Cuyahoga County. Member of the Board of Public Works, JAMES FL'LLIXGTOX, of Uuiou County Republican County Ticket. For Representatives, . . FREEMAN THORP, X. E. FRENCH. For Prosecuting Attorney, ' F. A. PETTIBOXE. For Coroner, F. A. TUTTLE. DR. " For Commissioner, E. P. BAKER. . For Infirmary Director, JOSIAH HICKS. : . Oh, wait for the new? from Ohio! Poor Ewing! He's a used up man! man man!!! The "starring out process" of the extra session gigs back. Yazoo County is bringing forlh...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 12 September 1879

KlflflEYPAD TEE GEEAT CISCOTESI OB DrSlASBB Or THB KIDKET8. BUDDE AND imiHURT OR. mtS. A remedy that will pritively cure D-4BETES. CRAVEU PSOPSY, BRlGWTS DISEASE, ttir-H COLWFJ liKTi. IMCOKTIHENOS AMI RE TUtTiO LF , fcESVOUS ';E BiLITY sad COrfPUt.lt 5 wbeo KG?HI8 ELSE Ct la Bueeeos prove the efficacy of ABSOiPTIOtl. It saved tbeufe of its discoverer sad 1 a v In if the lire of thousand of e&eisv For sale by Druggists or tent by mail oo receipt Sole Proprietor. Toledo, Ohio, rf Sand your ddree for our pamphlet, "Eow Life was haved." A. R.; Thurber & Co., GENERAL , AGENTS FOB ' 4 " Ashtabula County; " We also keep the best good in the DKDG LTXI ' for the least money. I MAI TRV THE FIXE Rose Cologne ! FROM SWT'S!1 ; si - i - ; . - .A feo4 a Uoylf far Half tbe ft ne7 : . BRING YOUR VIALS. j-sejircelly THE' TELEGRAPH. ' Entered at the pott . tocond-elast. matter. , office at Athtabula, at Friday Morning, Spt. 12, 1879. LOCAL NEWS. Cole's circus to-day.? I ii 1 L C; )i : Mr. Char...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 12 September 1879

TWO PICTURES. I. Aa oM fcrm bonse - Aud iwpK with titmroa ace aids; A bright ty4 soy. who looks from TM door with woodtiiDt wnaibd ataaaL A.JMI wiahes his oovUwacht all "Jay: -Ob ! If I coald bat tj sway JYom this flan pol lb world to Mk How happy. bJLppr. happy. Bow happy I anOBai ba, II. Amid Dm ettyB constant n.V. A Bir who roond tbe world has bmov ITbo 'midtba tumult and lh throofc I thlnklBf. tbtnklnc all day kmc: "Oh ! coold I on ly tread once hwtb Tha field nalb to tha tambosaa Tbe old m nwadow could I Mo. How happy- happy. haaqr Bow happy I boukl ba." He pressed her to his manly t Etta seconded the notion : Hia lips on hers be fendly pressed. There was a alifbt commotion. m pot the aoestwo now. said be, ThiUyon audi be married: He vcted -.- and aye." said she: Itocided : Vote was canted. Geese or Gooses? The particular kind of a smoothing iron known among tailors as a "goose," came near npsetUng the reason of a bright young clerk and the proprietor of a Chicago tailoring est...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 19 September 1879

A aiHI T A RT TELEGRAPH. JAS. REED 5c SO 1ST, Fublisliers. IndependeQt in all things. $2 in Advance Vol. XXX-No. 38. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1879. Whole Number 1550. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. THOS. W. KOOTII, wnem "71 jjry Goods, Groceries, Crockery and ; i .U. ...u R.u 1 tf-Vi All e ' or In ware, Boout and Snoea. Kiy-aiue ." 1.,., Hat. an ivra Tobaeoue and Clears L. - fr.,,IV nl to tail oi or wear. orm main mrrei. U6 TOMB Ft BOClWElli (A- c; J" mbes and L. h Koekweu.) ' - tail Dealer In Groceries and Provision Re- l-riatsanaijrniu; ftKciiw , y.r 1 and md r I C I . 1 1 1 1 ..mil - ' ' , .a-k u . 4 V.ltE, Dealers In Choice KamiivFrocerie.and Provisions; also. pure Confectionery, and the finest brand of To bacco and Clears S. B. WELLS Produce and Commission Merchant lor me pun-uiwM-auu wn? m " gov ern rieserve uuiir.v..iiet--uiiu ui icm . m Main street. AKhutbula. olibh 1 CARLISLE tc. TY LEK, Dealers In Fancy anuniapiejnj uwi:in,raHiin.ji. : Crockery. WlUards New B...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 19 September 1879

9. Such a change as woman's temperance ballot asks for, is not connected with high theories as to natural rights to suffrage, nor as to property qualifications. 10- Under English law, women Daying taxes can vote in municipal and town elections, and this wider privilege, which has worked well, in clodes the narrower one of woman's temperance vote. 11. In questions where the deci sion is bo easy as that between li cense and no license, women's vote would not often be unintelligent, and so would not add to the mass of the ignorant suffrage. 12. Ia questions so important to the home, as those relating to tem perance laws, woman's vote won d not often be unused, ana so would not add essentially to the dangers of absenteeism at the polls, and of un exercised suffrage. THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper In Ashtabula, printed en tirely at home. OJlce 126 Main Street. ASHTABULA. OHIO Friday Morning, Sept. 19, 1879. Republican State Ticket. - Electiok, Tuesday, October 14th, 1879. Governor, CHA...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 19 September 1879

n n TUT CRF1T DISCOTEEI pJfcA 1 rom omasa o thb JjUbmiets. buuoes b urinart OB. Savs. A inmr hat wlU rorftively can DlrtTt5. SHSVfcL, UNtf"'. or-wn-a uia3t, SiSHCOLOSEO URINE, HtCOHTmEHCE AND BE TETIO Of URINE, NERVOUS OEBILirYand FE MALE COMPIAINIS wben KOTHiNS ELSE CAN. In success proves the efficacy of ABSORPTION. It saved the life of iu discoverer and is sa Inir toe Urm of thousands of otbrm. For ale by Dmgrists or ftwct by mail on receipt of tbe price, ifcUXU Sole Proprietors, Toledo. Ohio. TV Send toot address for oar pamphtot, "Bow a Ufa was Bared. " A. R. Thurber &-Co., A f3 ritato mxl m O., GENERAL AGENTS FOB Ashtabula County. We also keep the best goods in the DRUG LIXE for tbe least money. A 25c bottle of Swift's EXTRACT JAMAICA GINGER May Save You HOURS OF PAIN n THE TELEGRAPH. Entered at the pott office at Athtabula, at teeond-elatt matter. Friday Morning, Sept. 19, 1879, LOCAL NEWS. Fait at Jefferson Tuesday of next week. The Council met last Wednesday evening. Tbe...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 19 September 1879

GHILMEU Zrr for i it bcanae it is nreet ; Mothers Hk Castoria becacnae it gives health te the child ; and Physiolams, beeaase M. contains mo morphine or mineral. OabSoria Is natnre's remedy for eMimOating the food. It can Wind Colic, the raining of Soar Card and Diarrhea, allays FererUhneM and Kills Worms. Thus the Child ha. health and the Mother obtains rest. Fleas ant, Cheap, and Reliable. CENTAUR. LMOEIITS The most effective Pain -relieving aetata for MAN and BEAST the world has ever known. Orer 1,000,000 Bottles sold last year! The reasons for this unprecedented popur larity, are evident: the Centaur Uni aaents are made to deserve confidence they are absorbed into the structure ; they always cure and never disappoint. Ho person need longer suffer with FAIN in the BACK, Rheumatism or Stiff Joints, for the ' CENTAUR : liniments will surely exterminate ' the pain. There is no Strain, Sprain, , Cnt, Scald, Burn, Bruise. Sting, Gall : or lameness to which Mankind or Dumb Brutes are s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 26 September 1879

vr- ASHTAB TELEGRAPH. TS. REED 5z SO 1ST, . Publislaers. Independe at in all things. $2 in Advance Vol. XXX, No. 39. . , ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1879. Whole Number 1551. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. v.iAii uwitu ripnpnJ Dealer 1: Dry ti'oods Groceries, Crockery and Ga- ing Hats and Caps. Tobacco and Ora . ..i - f.miv needs to eat 01 or wear. North Main street. AahUtbnla. ..... Dnra1TKLL.U.aTinba Vf.Vi i. i-- Hr-kwelU Wholesale and Re- ' tail Dealers In Groceries and Provision. Print and lirain : Agents for American and Union Espreas Companies and i Uleve laud Herald, Main utret-1, Ashtabula, O. A M B. W.JATASB,DealsrlnCbo!e i'inUvirorerieand Provisions; also. pure Confectionery, and tbe finest brands of To bacco and Clears. inn M. B. WELLS, Prodnoe and Commission Alercnani ior me purcoas: wiu t- .. . Min street. Ashtabula. Ohio. ra KMme HnLter.ineeseana .uneu nun CASLISLK TYLEK, Dealers In Fancy and staple lry UoodR, Family Groceries and Crockery. WUlard's New Block...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 26 September 1879

THE TELEGRAPH. The largeat paper In AahUbula. printed en tirely at borne. Qflloe I'M Main Street. ASHTABULA. - - - OHIO Friday Morning:, Sopt. 26, 1879 Republican State Ticket. Eictiok, TttauAt. October 14th, iS'9. Governor, CHARLES FOSTER, of Seneca Countr. Lieutenant 'Governor, AXDREW HICKEKLOf PER, of Hatn . - iltoouiy. - - - Judge of Supreme Court. j VM. W. JOUXSOX, of Lawrence County. .Attorney General, : GEO. K. XASU, of Franklin County. Auditor of State. JODX F. OG LEVEE, of Clark Comity. State Treasurer, JOSEPH TURXEY, of Cuyahoga County. For State Senator, ' PETER HITCHCOCK, of Geanga. ; Member of the Board of Public Works, JAMES FULLIXGTOX, of Union County. Republican County Ticket. For Representatives, FREEMAN THORP, X. E. FREXCH. For Treasurer, SIDNEY H. COOK, of Lenox. For Prosecuting Attorney, F. A. PETTIEOXE. For Coroner, F. A. TUTTLE. Dlt, For Commissioner, E. P. BAKER. For Infirmary Director, JOSIAH HICKS. Republicas Mketikos. Republicans, and the people in general ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 26 September 1879

n S3 AT'S SlUDIlEY pad TEE GEEAT DISCOTEEI fob msnse or Tax JviKIOWTS. bladde aw imiwRT o- rrsr ffittj. JiSlM'.ff? IMrTrI, bfxtvCL, irnwra', vtufi.j M.i.-t, tl(.H C0i.3E.0 LIMINE. INC0XTINFNC6 AW) RE TCtTioi 0 URifrE. aESVOUS DEBILITY ind FE Kl COmLAitti wbm aiOIHilW ELSE CL Its aaecna proves the efficacy of ABSO PTion, It saved toe life of Its discoverer nd t lnir tb lives of thousands of others. For ale by Drotrts or wot by mil on receipt of thspnoo, C1Y fiW(ET M0 Sola Proprietor. Toledo, Ohio. PT Seed yoor address, for our pampMni, How a wa baved." A. R. Thurber & Co., GENERALobAGENTS Ashtabula County. We also keep the best (rood in the DECG LIKE for tbe least moocy. A 25c bottle of Swift's EXTRACT JAMAICA GINGER May Save Yon HOURS OF PAIN n THE TELEGRAPH. Entered at the post office at Ashtabula, as wecond-ciasi matter. Friday Morning, Sept. 2G, 1879. LOCAL NEWS. The County Fair closes at Jefferson to-day. The Wallace Sisters failed to fill their appointment. There will be a ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 26 September 1879

GHILBRSn Cry for Pi teller" Castoria. TKeylikw it iMctut it is sweets Mother life Castoria 1cum it tiv kealth to the child ; aad Phyairiaaa, bcni6 t contains bo morphine or mineral. Oaotoria Za nature's remedy for aimilating tie food. It cures Wind Colic, the raising of Sour Curd and Diarrhna, allays Fererishness and Kills Worms. Thus the Child has health and the Mother obtains rest. Pleas ant, Cheap, and Sellable. ..CENTAUR LMDEIJTI The most effective P aln -relieving acsats for MAN and BEAST ' the world has ever known. Orer 1,000,000 Bottles sold last year! The reasons for this unprecedented popu larity, are evident: the Centaur lini ments are mads to deserve confidence they an absorbed into the structure; they always cure and never disappoint. Ho person need longer suffer with FAIN in the BACK, Rheumatism or Stiff Joints, for the CENTAUR Liniments will rarely exterminate' the pain. There is no Strain, Sprain, Cnt, Scald, Born, Braise, Sting, Gall or Lameness to which Mankind or D...

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