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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 7 November 1879

"3 T4 TT $2 in Advance IndependeQt in all tilings. JAS. SON, Fublislaers. Whole. Number 1557. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1879. Vol. XXX, , No. 45. ASHTABULA TELJ REED &o BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. VIVOS. K. BOOTH, General Dealer In Irv UoodK, Groceries, Crockery nd OiaB-- 'ro h,im a t,,i shfiM Reilv-Made Clotb- in feats and Caps. Tobaccos and Citfars. and evervtliine a family needs to eat or wer. North'Maln street, Ashtabula WW TOTlltrs A Bor&WFH, (A C Tnhes ud Lu E. Kockw&l.). Wholesale and Be ta! 1 liealer in Groceries and Provision Friut and Grain ; Aeenm lor .e riut ana Grain; AKemi, --'"V. - 'niou Express Companies and Cleveland herald. Main street, Ashtabuia. U. H-u V Herald, A. n. A E. W.SAVAGK, Dealers in Choice ra:niiv (roceneKnni rrovisions; BiB"-r,T: Confectionery, and tbe finest brands ' s oi to- oacco and Clears. . B. tt'ELl Produce and Commission "Merchant for the purchase and sale of West ern Reserve Butter, Cheese and Dried Fruits, Main stre...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 7 November 1879

THE TELEGRAPH. Tbe largest paper In Ashtabula, printed en- tlrely at borne. Offlcc 126 Main. Street. A8HTABULA. - - - OHIO Friday Morning:, Xov. 7, 1879. Yazoo City went Democratic Tuesday "by a large majority." Philadelphia gives a Republican ma jority of about 80,000. Tbe united Democratic vote in 5ew York shows a majority over the Republicans of about 30,000. TTw Tammany County ticket is defeated in New York City. The regular Demo cratic ticket is successful. The City of Pittsburgh will give between 5,000 and 6,000 majority for Butler. The Republican county ticket will be elected by majorities ranging from 2,000 to 5,000. Yellow fever has taken its departure from Memphis and business resumption is a thing of promise. If Mr. Tilden cannot carry the State of New York, how can the Democratic party carry Mr. Tilden? The millennium is evidently not yet, if the warlike preparations of Europe are to be considered significant of tbe future. All the leading powers are increasing their mea...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 7 November 1879

n 23 IT'S KIDNEY PAD THE GBE1T DISCOVERY si ro DisxAK8 or run LllAWrONEYS. BLADOE MO URINARY OR. sNS. A remedy that will jwwttTely cn C- -Tii t'UV-' . '?. SOWHIS D SFAiE. IttCH C3i.XB L' -C.'(I'I-)C,: AorE- TcTIO Oc U3!Nt. a1VOO" Pr 9i'trT snd FE MALE COMPHIM'S when tiCrm? EiSE CC Ita success prores the efficacy of ABSOHPTIGM. It mt1 toe life of ita diecuverer aid 1 nv ln the lires of thousand! c o'hera. For ale by DruB0'I or sent by nail oo receipt of tbe price. i.00( CflY KlflNY PA3 CO, Sole Frourixtiin. Toledo. Ohio. rV Send your utidra for our putiphlet, "How a Life wae daei." A. R. Thurbor & Co., Ashtabulai O.. GENERAL AGENTS FOB AshtaTula County. We also keep the best roods in tbcDRCG LINE or tiie least moocy. n Swift is receiving a fresh LOTofD "SmC Jii Which he has purchased a little LOWER than USUAL ! And his customers will get an ADVANTAGE ! FROM IT. THE TELEGRAPH. Entered at the post office at Athfabvla, at secona-clfuts nuttier. Friday Morning-, Xov. 7, 1871). LOCAL ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 7 November 1879

r V Ayer's j Hair Vigor, FOB RESTORING GSAY HAIR TO ITS j NATURAL VITALITY AND C0L0& j It is - most agreeable dressing, Thick j it at once harmless and effectual, for pre- j erring the hair. It restores, with the j glosi and freshness of youth, faded or gray, . light, and red hair, to a rich brown, or deep i black, as may be desired. By its use thin' j hair is thickened, and baldness often I though not always cured. It checks falling of the hair immediately, and causes a new ' growth in all cases where the glands are not decayed; while to trashy, weak, or otherwise diseased hair, it imparts vitality and strength, and renders it pliable. The Vigor cleanses the scalp, cures and prevents the formation of dandruff; and, by its cooling, stimulating, and soothing properties, it heals most if not all of the humors and diseases peculiar to the scalp, keeping it cool, clean, and soft, tinder which conditions diseases of the scalp and hair are impossible. ' As a Dressing for Ladies' Hair,...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 14 November 1879

' " i 1 -- 1 ' . .. i . ..... .i - j-;A.S.' REED z SON, Publisliers. - - - Independeat in all things. $2 in Advance Vol. XXX, No. 46. . ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY,. jSTOVEMBEE 14, 1879. Whole Number 1558. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. T:fU&. IS. BOOTH, ueoeraj ie' Id l,rj Goods, Groceries, crocicrj u ware. Boon and Shoe. Ready-Made Uoth i... tiul. -,,.i j ...... Tohiutuu. aud Clears, lass- Tt .. t r.miln ni-fds to l or ww. Kortb. Main atreet, Ashtabula. 1 viu .rig at s .... - , , , aud U E. Rocawell.) Wholesale aid Ke- ail Dealers in Groceries ""--Frintsand Grain; Agents for American anil Union Express Companies and Cleveland Herald, Main street, - A. H. A K. W. S4TAGB, Dealers In Choice Family Groceries mid Provisions; also.pure Confectionery, and the finest brands of To- oaccoana tjiyare. " t. R viitu. Produce and Commission Merchant for Hie purchase and sale of West ern Heeerve Butter, uueese ana unea r ruius, Main street, AntaDUi, onio. ivt rDTfc 1 1SI.K A- VYtEtt. Dealer i;i ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 14 November 1879

THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper In Ashtabula, printed en tirely at borne. Office 125 Main Street. ASHTABULA. - - - OHIO Friday Morning, Not. ,14 1879. The "Mutton State," it is thought will apply to Texas with her 4,000,000 sheep. Queen Victoria has commissioned eight Premiers and outliTed all bat Lord Bev consfield and Disraeli. Lamartine's villa at Passy has just been sold for.95,600 to XL Beaure, the propri etor of a financial journal- VroA Tv.nri.ea mvi his prayers for free- Ar. .u. . i.ve. were never answered UVlUf V UVU SB) ." J nntil be prayed with his leg. Lord -Bute i putting the finishing touch M n his translation of the "Roman Bre viary" from Latin into English. The Boston Herald says that only eight mall towns in Massachusetts gave John Quincy Adams more y'otes than Butler. Returns from all but one town in Mass achusetts give Lung, for Governor, 122,570. Butler 108,770, Adams 9'819, Eddy . 1,485. Beecher "Lire of Christ" sells well Japan Washington Poet The Japs want to...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 14 November 1879

n n KIDNEY PAD THE GSE1T BISCOTEST knwETrs.uuERimmAiYOR. fij A remedy that will pofrtTrty cur iTE5, VEL, OROWt. BFIGHT8 DISEASE, r'6M C0L0SE3 UCINE. INCONTINf llCE XO RE TEaTIOM O LUifE, HESVOirt DEBILITY nd 6 ALE CSstfL'! wbn MTMikS ELSE CAN. It soeeea fmvm tbe Soacr of AdSOGPTlOl. It asrsd tta lire of It disvowerar and Is mv Ibs? tbe bra of thousand of ot&ars. Fee aie b Druggist or wt by mail oo receipt X to poo -J My ri0 c Sol Proprietor. Toledo. Ohio. HT Send yonr ddrc tar our pmr4ilat, io Ufa 8t." A. K. Thurber & Co. GENERAL AGENTS Ashtabula County. Wa alio keep the best goods i the DRUG LINK or toe least money. n ft Swift fc receiving a fresh trklek aie has pare biased a little LOWER than USUAL ! And bis customers will get an ADVANTAGE ! FROM IT. THE TELEGRAPH. entered at the pott office at Achtabvla, at 9econa-euu matter. Friday Morning, Nov. 14, 1879. LOCAL NEWS. Ex-Mayor Hepburn was in town yesterday. . Mr. and Mrs. G. Tod Ford returned from their bridal tour last S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 14 November 1879

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION FXSCUTED AT flllMI Book & Job PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT. 126 Main St., ASHTABULA, AT TUB SHORTEST KOTICE AKD AT THE Lowest Cash Prices! We potee unequalled facilities far the prompt execution of PAMPHLETS, POSTERS, CARDS, CIRCULARS. NOTES, BILL-HEADS, CATALOGUES, BANE CHECKS, RECEIPTS SHOW-CARDS. LETTER-HEADS. PROGRAMME TICKETS. TAGS, STATEMENTS, BRIEFS. Ac, A. , : ! I ' : i I AS WXfX AS Law Blanks of all Descriptions Jaines Reed & Son, PROPRIETORS. Trusses! -- Trusses! Iareest assortment of Turfss. Bor-nBTras nd Shocxdkb Basons in the West, Including many R scent ispsioyisihtb nm c.pcwub.. . .. . -- . . in. .Hiiiatman and nt mr- an teed. Trusses for Terr bad eases and Elastic n. i ir v.iuua Valna maris tn ornpr. Dwta,UB, .... , K. M HKHSLER, Mancfkctnrer and Dealer, 1 Ontario street 154-M CLEVELAND, O LEGAL BLANKS. LARGE and complete stock of Legal lilanks, for sale at the TELEGRAPH OFFICE Flowers, Beautiful Flowers ! Plants and Vegetables! rbav the bet st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 21 November 1879

n 11 H HibrJtt A -LlA A Ti IT IT Ur Jti. t 1 a n 1 i v 1 1 K 1 " . . JAS. PIE E D c SO 1ST, Publishers. Independeat in all tlaings. $2 in Advance Vol. XXX, No. 47. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1879. ' Whole Number 1559. ' . . . . ,. . ... . .- p 1 ' - 1 - - BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ME 11C f I AN TS. TWOS. N. BOOTH, General Dealer in ' Dry tioods, Gro-eries, Crockery ond Giass witre, Boot and hie. Hearty-Made Cloth ing HU! nd Cups. Tobaccos and Cirars, and evervthinj a family nwds to eat or wear. North Main street, Ashtabula. IdM T B W. RM K. W E L L, ( A. C. Torates and L. t. Rockwell. I Wholesale and Ke liill Dealer io Grxwies and Provision. prints and Grain; AirenU for American and Union Express Companies nuii Cleveland RersHci, Main street, Ashtabula, O. ! i.H.tK, w.AVAGK,IealerinCUolc Ka.mity rrocerieanil frovisioos; also, pure Confectionery, and the finest brands of To bacuo and Cigars. . ' - lAil . B. WKIiWi Produce nd Commission .- Merchant fur the pnr"baand sle or West -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 21 November 1879

THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper in Ashtabula, printed en tirely at borne. Office 126 Main street. ASHTABULA. - - - OHIO Friday Morning, Xov. 21, 1879. The record of the Tiiden lDC-oroe-tax Baits, is said, now fills 373 pages. Oil is booming. Dispatches from Oil Citj of the 17ih, put it at 1.20 a barrel. The director of the Philadelphia Mint is Url tr, rnnvert 110 000 of gold into eagles aud half-eagles as soon as possible, As Uncle Saminey's old "barl" has gone to flinders he will, do doubt, bring out a new one when that internal tax shall reach decision. Thirteen colored men were elected to the Legislature of Virginia, and the Richmond Dispatch boasts that the Conservatives -elected none of them. Secretary Sherman declines an invitation to take part in the pending political canvas of Louisiana, on account of his business engagements, and official duties. The Phrenological Journal is anxious to know if over-study kills. It was over studying up a plan to beat the American people tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 21 November 1879

n n JIDIIEYPAD t'tSX GE2XT EISCCTEST mWuaornm L.J. Jjcmipn. iusbei m mmur n- A rrneOr that wul noKiT cur D ixETO, 6EL, 0-0r, B6-T$ o.SE, t.-T.r-, nc i.siMC bFBKOiJS DESILIIT and ft Its saeeeas proves tbe efficacy of aSSOh H to i Kved the uf of lis discoverer sod Is av Sfcls by Druers or seat by mail oa reeeip al tb pnoa, tuu BIT klCKFT PIO C0 Sola Proprietors. Toledo. Oil to. i ' W Send your address for our paoapbJati How a ills sras oavsd." , A. R. Thurber & C j I GENERAL AGENT& -fOI Ashtabula County. Ws siso keep the best goods la the DKCG LIN or toe lean awney. n CUT GLASS BOTTLES Imported from Bohemia Grandest IDesigns FOR THE HOLIDAYS Swift's Drug Store. THE TELEGRAPH. Entered at the poet office at AtKtabula, OJ eecmd-euus matter . Friday Blornlng, Not. 21, 1879. LOCAL NEWS. Mr. George Brown, son of Robert Brown, Esq., of Chicago, is visiting friends here. Mr. 8. B. Wells returned from Troy, N. Y., last Wednesday after an abeeDoe of a week. Another change in the running...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 21 November 1879

PRIITIIG OP EVERT DESCRIPTION EXECUTED AT m mm Book & Job PRIXTIXG ESTABLISHMENT. 126 Main St., ASHTABULA, AT TH3 SHORTEST XOTICB AND AT THE Lowest Cash Prices! We possess useqoalled facilities far tbe prompt execution of PAMPHLETS, POSTEKS. CARDS, CIRCULARS, NOTES, BILL-HEADS, CATALOGUES, BANK CHECKS, RECEIPTS BHOW-CARDS, LETTER-HEADS, PROGRAMME TICKETS, TAGS, STATEMENTS. BRIEFS, 4c, A. Aa Till Law Blanks of all Descriptions James Reed & Son, PROPRIETORS. Trusses! Trusses! Ltrgest assortment of Tnrsers. SmroBTuRS and BttomDKR Bracks in tbe West, including many recent iapBovmiNTs not kept elsewhere. Separate sartmen ts for adjuMmen, and at guar anteed. Trui-ees for very ld cases and Elastic E. M. HESSLER, Manufacturer and Dealt, 14S Ontario street 1546-58 CLEVELAND. O LEGAL blanks. LARGE and complete stock of Legal blanks, for sale at tbe TELEGRAPH OFFICE Flowers, Beautiful Flowers ! Plants and Vegetables! I bare the best stock of Green House and Bed dins Plant I bare ever b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 28 November 1879

TELEGRAPH. A IDT JAS. REED &s SO 1ST, IrPublisliers. Ind.epend.eat in all things. $2 in Advance -Vol. XXX, No. 48. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1879. Whole Number 1560. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. a tlO. X. BOOTH, General Iiealer in l'rv Uoods, Gro.-eries, Crockery uJ (riass ' wire, boots and Mines. Rea-iy-Made lotti " iiltr Hats and Cap. Tol.accxw and Cigars, and evervthinir a family needs to eat or wear. North .Mainslrwt,JAiiUbuia. 1-,t' TUBMtRO( KWKll, (A. C. T..mb-s ld U K. HocKWeil.l Wholesale and Re tail Dealers iu liroceries Hud FroviKitiu. r itutsnnd (Jrain; Aaents for American and Cmou Kxpre Companies and Cleveland Herald, Minn street, Ashtabula, O. lS'U A. 1. A K. W.R4VACR, I e-.lers in C'-mice i ,ini,.yi.roeer-.snd Irovisions; aiso.pure CotitccUdiiery. and the finest brands ot" To-oai-coattd Ciuar!. 11 15. WlLS Produce and Commission M-rclmnt lor t tie purchase and saie of West ern lUfr e butL-r, Cheese and iiried Kruit-, M:in street. Aj-iiiaoula. uaiu. li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 28 November 1879

THE TKMG11APII. Xh tWs-est paper In Ashtabula, printed en tirely at noma. QJtes 128 Jfow Srrer. ASHTABULA.. - oino Friday Moraine 'Soy. 28. 1879. Grant is m third term perplexity. His utterances on that point are not sufficient ly assuring to his opponent. The Hartford (Conn.) Post thinks the boom of prosperity is the roost deadly one the Democratic party has to face- Mr. J. Q. A. Ward, the artist who crea ted the great bronse statue of General Thomas, is "an Ohio man." He is a na tive of Urbana. The Postmaster-General is after the lot tery dealer sharp and refuses to allow the mails to be used for the benefit of either fools or knaves. Bars of fine gold to the amount of $10, 000,000 are in the Mint, to be converted into ten-dollar and five-dollar pieces with in a few weeks. Without New York the Solid South is useless for National purposes. Without New York the nullification of the war amendments of the Constitution is in vain. John T. Delene, late chief editor of the London Times, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 28 November 1879

n n CIDfJEY PAD THE GEE1T DISCOTEEI worn tnuia orm itmm. hjiodei o imnutr or. that win positive. eKS. A rswtfv tbt will poSTtive'V O-fiETES, !VEL, OKOPST, BS16HTI DlStASE, NT-H C(K( llHKc, INr.dHrtNrMUE AftO HE TEteflOl Of OamE, HERVOUS 0C9'I.ITT and fE MALE COUPUIX14 when MOrHINi: ELSE CL It saccea prove th efficacy of A8S0. Pi IOC It eared lf of lu discoverer and i mv tng the cf thousands cf otben. Far al by VrvRr'itt or nt by bwiI os receipt DAY KIWIFT P0 CO, 6o4 Proprietor. Toledo, Ohio. tar Seed tout adrwM for oar pampMa 'HOW 1UU fM MMi A. R. Thurber & Co., GENERAL AGENTS Ashtabula County. We alto keep the best rood is the DECG LINE or ine least money. CUT GLASS BOTTLES Imported from Bohemia Grandest Designs FOR THE HOLIDAYS Swift's Drug Store. THE TELEGRAPH. Entered at the pott office second-clou mailer. at Athlabula, at Friday Morning:, Nov. 28, 1879. LOCAL NEWS. Thanksgiving Services. Thanksgiving services of to-day will be held at the Methodist church at eleven o'clock ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 28 November 1879

PRIITIEfG OT EVERY DESCRIPTION EXECUTED AT Book & Job PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, 126 Main St., ASHTABULA, AT THE SHORTEST KOTICE AND AT THE. Lowest Cash Prices! We possess unequalled facilities for the prompt execution of PAMPHLETS, POSTERS, CARDS, CIRCULARS. NOTES, BILL-HEADS, CATALOGUES, BASK CHECKS, RECEIPTS SHOW-CARDS. LETTER-HEADS, PROGRAMME TICKETS, TAGS, STATEMENTS, BRIEFS, Ac, A. At mi as Law Blanks of all Descriptions James Reed & Son, PROPRIETORS. Trusses! Trusses! Larret assortment of TBrssrs. StTpmtTrns and Shocldsb. Bkces in the Weft, including many bxczwt imfbovesewtb not kept elsewhere. Separate apartment for adjustmen, and fit guar anteed. Trusses for Terr bad cases and Elastic Stockinet for ViricoM eina made to order. E. M. H ESSLER, Manufacturer snd Dealer, 14S Ontuno street 1546-66 CLEVELAND, O LEGAL B1UAXKS. LARGE and complete stock of Legal Wanks, for sale at the TELEGRAPH OFFICE THE THLEGMPB Flowers, Beautiful Flowers ! Plants and Vegetables! I bare the be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 28 November 1879

GROWING OLD. jap flfo Dave come a&0 tone, ; ' Star wrer children, bright and gax, Fcmi- Deembert fleecy anowa," Or irfwfctag Boa-era that grew to May. Hoar swinir oaa TSnt saoda bin ran . WbUearatliavetaeedle-j woltaioii ; -. . An4 kucsr spina wore ry wing gmy. . : Ya.sarl.WareTtrliii: -I ; .We bow thttuita in efUjer (koe; : ; Onrchadrea.aallxifrtfeaad !,: f-' . . Ar(rrowiuop tv taa tsar place.- ' "UiabedUenmautamnd at band. . And iojjied Lh cnivd UuUblookod thewajr t Together hand ia baud are'll.fa, . V. iill t both osrieaUs shall turn to gray. . ..).. i I ...... rhe! pact- (rear rlea. the rlcfa (tMrroor, . ;. tAadauanltti straggl.aoa: fjarroM;-. . VWe awn bow riches changed their aearta . . ..And made Uaa ail grow prood and cold ' . . .Ve're b4 Otix ahare of t fickle wealth ; And slgLed to see V paae away . e've battled, too, to board and save,. " TU1 both our beads bare turned to gray. , . ndnow..dear lowe, let'a turnaaida , .. And pluck tbe -flowers UuU aever iade, . . eac o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 28 November 1879

. EiH t r? New Goods! I bare Jnst received Lanre and CarefQlly selected Stock of Goode, which I invite the pub lic to examine before Baking their purchases elsewhere.. Tbe Ladies will (Lid large assortment of dress goods, Gloves and Hosiery, ss CHEAP as the CHEAPEST. A ana line of Hamburg Ejrirodery and Lsees, PARASOLS and CMBHKLLAS. Also a Unm Stock of COTT0.VADE8 aod CHEVIOT 8HIRTISG forVei'l west. Afcl Groceries, Crockery, BOOTS & SHOES. i stilt keep that SOc. Tea which many of my Customers declarj they ennaot lnd eqnaled either i tJonoeait or Athtabula. ' Tbanklns.the pahlic for Uie very liberal pat ronage I bare reeHrwd in the past, I woold most respectfuPv solicit a eon'loosnee of the same. A. B. LUCE, : . Kiagnvtlle, Okie. May Uth, 1878. 153- ELI BEER, Importer of SCOTCH GRANITE MONU MENTS, and Manufacturer of ABER1CA GB.1SITE, MARBLK TOJIB-TOk. Will also nil all ' orders for Marble, Granite or Band-atone work. Office on Center street, near the corner ot Park. . Uy-lt m-W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 December 1879

TELEGRAPH. AS JJS. REED & SON, Fublislaers. Independe at in all th.ixi.gs. $2 in Advance ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1879. Whole Number 1561. Vol. XXX, No. 49. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. - MERCHANTS. THfVI. !. SOOTH, General Dealer Id ivy Goods, Groceries, Crockery and Glaxs wart. Koou and Shoes. Ready-Made Ckrtn io? Rats and Caps. Tobacco and Clears, auJ everytnin. a. family needs to ea'or mm m. n r-m wri.. i a. C. Tombes ni i. i- k. i Wholesale and Re- js.l Dealers In Groceries and Provisions. Trims and Grain : Agents for American and Union Express Companies and Cleveland neraia. Main street, ahuw - t- a . ft. m. m. HiTlGK, Dealers In Choioa Kami ivfiroceries and provisions; alto, pure Confectionery, and uae ttnenl Dranasoi iu- Daooo ana i igam. m. artil. Produce and Commission - rrn Reserve Batter, Cheese and Dried FruiU, & blSfaD t m " ' " ' Crockery. WiiUrds New Block, Ashtabula, Ohio, 4, H . til LKRER HO. Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, lour. Feed, Foreign nd Domes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 December 1879

CourU for the District of Oregon, in suita ble cases, will, t a proper time, be sub mitted to Congress. . The attention of Congress is called to the annual report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the condition of thejublic finances. The ordinary revenues from all sources for the fiscal vear ended June 30th, 1S79. were $273,82? ,l4 46 ; tiie ordinary expen ditures for the same period were $2C64", 8S3 53 ; leaving a surplus revenue for the year, of $6,879,300 93. The receipts of the present fiscal year, endine June 30th, 18S0, actual and esti- - mated, are as follows: Actual receipts for the first quarter commencing Jnly 1st, 1889, $79,843,663 61 ; estimated receipts for the remaining three quarters of t he year, $208,156,336 39; total receipts for the current fiscal year, actual and estimat ed, $288,000,000. . . The expenditures for the same period, actual and estimated, as follows : t or tue quarter commencing July 1st. 18.9, actcal expenditures, $91,63,35 16; and for he remainin...

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