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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 31 October 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Saturday Morning, Oct. 31, 1874. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Confederate Bonds are said to have a quotable value in Savannah $20 the tl.000. The town of Green Castle, Indiana, wa in flame on the 29th, and assistance was asked of adjacent places. Iowa and Nebraska preserve their Re nnblrcan majorities, and in the distant territory of Dakota there is a decided lie- publican gain. Miss Josie Mansfield, who killed Jim Fink put Btpkes in prison and then went . Jtm.j Dnmo fnniu uiere. u . 10 raria inu wu, - . i ,v in 4Vila Annntrv. iw turn v - J - ji-, nd seven of t'other fellows will represent Ohio in Con gress." This ia .he war the CU.caEo Time, announce, the result .n Ohio. wmcn iu 4,npr for anv . twtmi U1I U J " I " , at "j . - , ,. j the tictei remaiuiug till for polyffimay, atop period used. -m. first indictment to gait Lake CHf ttoder the Concession 1? Uw of 1863, was that of Georffe Rey SoTaT Bawa bdd to bail for $9,500. ibe case wi probably go to too Court ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 31 October 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES EKED A SON, Proprietor. rmi, tt per Tear la SATURDAY MORNING. OCT. SO, 1374. LOCAL NEWS. Evergreens those who never take their home paper. JameTil. and Josiah Fifield, of Con , bad twelve sheep killed by dogs last week. : : nt cnrrency. and honest pay o If ;:3 national debt I his is Repub- " Joctriue. " . Smith's notice of his new Photo Gallery no more climbing a half --rj tllguis 01 aiaira. - . Thb Commonwealth Misstbbls played in Madison last evening (Tliiirs- day) to a crowded hou9e. - ' Austin's flag stone quarry at Warren, is tnrniDg out some of the truest ana nanu somest Btooe anywhere to be met with, Dr. Burns of Morgan, who has been ' under treatment with Dr. King's equali ser, thinks he has derived beneBl from it. This mild weather is very pleasant, but Ject of its continuance will be to put off the b" jner ' pleabure of Buckwheat cakes and taaple. :-' Thb Eclifsb was viewed hereby hen rlrerla of onr citizens many more, pei haps, than would if the midni...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 31 October 1874

TTOTCE FAMILY t th Grocert Doom of A.H. & E. W. SAVAGE, tiuods sold low as ANY OTHER HOUSE IN- SCA IaSHTABUL o w tl- V ' '" - d , ..... o O GO S O w w .W ! - t , .00 II CQ I cv -.-.:;; H . iyVL- MUNSON'S .1, Supporting Truss, rpIIE Subscriber wishes tfl bring JL before lie pnbMC nis patent DOUBLE & JINGLE SUPPORT ING TRUSS, eently invanted, that Is round to answer the euil of inch an Inetrumeut wore completely than any thing hitherto Introduced. It is heartily com meifted by Physicians, to their patienta atEicted wttiChXmiK or ninture. There la bnt one opinion of It uerever tned. and be has the assurance that It will be found a bles-in to those goffering from this eoEpjaint. iron anion; nis menus wbo ba naad ts Trow, b h been favorsd wift raw cheerful and unqualified testimonials, which will, parbapa, be smb Index of ita appre ciation ami merit. His Trusses an aliQ for tale hT Geo. WilUrd, Ashtabula; W. XL Allan. Jeffcrspoi Bretteil A Latimer, Rock Creek, K. S, Stone. Orwell...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 31 October 1874

From the Lawrence Tribune. Romantic. Quite a romantic affair came to our knowledge Saturday, the circumstances fjwhich are as follwws : Some two years ago seaway of Ohio people, moeiiy Ashtabula county, settled on me aicui- eon, Topeka & Santa Fe railroad, at what is now called Garaeld, alout one hundred and forty miles from Wichita. Among the colony there was a young man by the name of Clarence Hoyt, about 19 years of age. fu'.l of lite and energy. He look a claim adjotniug a town sue and 'bached" it, living in a dur out In time he learned telegraphing and was Aurie aent of the company i point which position he still holds. hav ing the confidence of his management id riuinirkiinsel! credit, meic "Tflje colony a fine young lajy. ter of a Mr. Grover, from Windsor, J with whom some months ago Hie .mug man lull in lore, and as the ld adage predicts, "the course of true love -never runs smoothly," so it was in this case. The family of the young lady did evervtliing that lay in their...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 7 November 1874

Independent in all tilings. JlS. REED & SON", IPublishers. S2 in Advance. - ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, .NOVEMBER 7, 1874: Whole Number 1296 A QJVP m LA I 1 I vA I J Si II II 11 II . i ' :' " ', . KATKa OF ADVKliTlSl'G.(T One Inch in'space m&kec Square.' ' 1 sq. isq 8 Q8iicol:4col Xcol 1 col. 4 V A S.O.4 7.(K)J li' 6frj tl"f 8 Qut 14.1 6J 7XK i 15J lMit4.U(ft5.kr ' 12 00 15 (HI jJ.lKI 1N.IKI jl lij:i" 0.1, li.0 16 (KJ i S4.0J 33 00 45.ICH LodalTsotiCe?, 10 cents DeT'iTne. . Ilfifhi and M urt ia.r(i i nirtH trratiil. Tr.inieui Advetiteuienis to bt paid for invaria- TiriyaKroer'Wll tfcai'I extra l"rTIfr toiution aua otner oucee, noi wnuo-itu their regular basfinpea. rinaiiiAA. l dnllarA rear DeT line ' Ailminitratora and Executor' Noticee dialed t ) AJi other I.isiulAiirerticmeiua coaorea. jcute Pr mairMcIi Wtsertion. i ) j 1 Week. . ftl.UUlf 'JJS a.OU, 4.00..00 .UO.iXL i weeks. j.sr.M.s.w I rnontb. S M VvlXIt 5J)1 4 muutua 4.00 mm .ou I jjoutlia S.IX) .a 1-i.iW I Junius H.tKI ...

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 1874

TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA.. OHIO. Saturday MorniBg, Not. 7, 1874. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Rev. Ira Eddy, "the" oldest Metuodist preacher m the Erie Conference. Ui pi oneer minister ofthe gospel, in this sec tion, died at his residence in Cortland, Trn-abull county. Sunday last. Nov. 1st. In tbe 79 year of ntt age. Mr Beech ert extraordin iry demand for a bill of particulars in the suit for adultery brought against him by 1 ueoaore Tilion baa beer, denied by the Conrt, as everybody supposed it would be. What u tbe next move on the board r Dr. Jenner, the Democratic Superin tendant of the Ohio Soldier's Orphan's Pome," has been forced to resign, in order to escape being turned out of the office. His offense consisted in improper liber ties taken with some of the female pu pils la Ue Inititqlion. How istliisf.ir the -reform party f. The ooropeaaation PttiJ Enslnd by the Hadrid G vernment amounts to seventy-five thousand dollars ; forty thousand dollars of which was paid on account of the Yirgioi...

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 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. J AUKS REKD A BON, Proprietor. Tar-ma, t per Temr Ainntt 8A.TTJRDAY MORNING. NOV- 7.1974. LOCAL NEWS. To advertise honestly is twice. to advertise Thursday P. M. loo late for Austin burg letter. Advertisements labor while the adver tiser sleeps. - tr.:..- their elory, and shot auuicn wo " guns are in demand. The Cowles House, Painesville, is now ligbted and warmed by natural gas. A merchant who advertises, appeals di rectly to the intelligence of the public Th narrow -ranee is putting in abut- - menu for crossing the A., Y.& P. at War ren. " Contributions for the Nebraska suffer ers should be sent to the store of Gilkkt & PZKBY. Snow fell on Saturdav morning last depth of 8 or 10 inches. : L. "W. Skith started- for New York on Thursday evening on his second trip this fell, for new goods. A box of clothing has been sent by the ladies ot the Con'g. Church, to the fam ily of a Missionary In Nebraska. Gilkky & Pkrbt are out this week, as it will be seen, with ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 7 November 1874

f i f i CnOIGE FAMILY ' cerle's Provisions Groccrv House of at the A.H. &E.W. SAVAGE, (joods sold lw r-r-r i-N " I -IN- ASHTABULA- lilStf Y' v Y O is , O ffSrJ (VI 1 w- i - in "c? bd o O TO W o ! T;JWK3T0Z-JC UUjoiO ire nsriiAiai.T3Nal-N side 3f, . -v V ID'S Supporting Truss, )3i THE Subscriber wishes to bring before the public his patent . . , ' " . , DOUBLE &' srcGmSUT?.ORT; cen Invented, that is round to answer th end of inch sn instrument more completely than any thinff hitherto introduced. It is heartily com- meiMea oy rnyBmiamt, w men r"""10 "'"' wita kernia or rnptare. There is bTitoneoptiiion that ft will be found a blessing to those suffering frnm this complaint. From among his friends ll wuercTcr t,iiu. - - . . who have used the Truss, he has been lavored witn many cheerful and unqualified testimonials, 81 -iioh will, perhapsv ba soma indeotof its appre- , station and merit. .... .- , t ' - ; A tlig Trusses are also for' sale by Ceo. Willard L; Ashtabula:. W.-B.- A...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 14 November 1874

nn W1 JAS. REED & SON, Publishers. Independent in all tilings. S2 in .Advance. BULA TUT Innil-A - FT ! i JLJL. J-U aJU M 11 VL. I l YqLX", Ho. 46. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1874. "Whole Number 1297. KATiiS OF Al) V'EKTISIN G. One Inch in space make a Square. 1 sq.: jsqsia.asiJs'col Kcol'Xcol 1 col. 1 Week., tl.ifiil 00 tt.w 3.00'4. 0(1 fS(K)t 10.00 weeks,. J. 50 X.IKI .50i I.OOi lioo 14.00 I weeks . it. uo 1 month V !.W months ft.OU 1 .-nonius 4.0) 1 ji miiis 6.1K) tut it not .uol &.00 7.0JI t.oo !ol sit), .0"1 15 .0t 4.00' li.Ud 00; 1 00' 15.00 W.UU 13 00 15.00;).00( M ) il oil 001 ti.oul il .ml Id ffai IE mi KI!:t 11014..110 ,Jr0!M-SUMio;Ol'l.'0i;-W OUlSj.ftOl 100.00 . jr Local Notices. 10 cents per line. Ikoatli. mnA fitri imitm tn.-erted fTTatlS. TraMieut-AiiveiifeuKnieto be paid for Imaria ily in adrance. ' ' ; ' ' ' , 1'earlj advertisers will becuargud extra for Dissolution and other Notices, not connected with ttteir tegular bnsinnss. ,i..ainei i-riU. l ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 14 November 1874

THE TELEGHAPH. ASHTABTJLA. OHIO. Saturday Morning, Nov. 14, 1874. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. China will par a inJi-mnity of fi mat nrrv,A I It mi can rl taels. and (lie Japanese troops will be withdrawn from the Island. The New York Tribune, founded by Horace Greeley, tho leadiDg tariff paper of the" country, is at present chiefly dis tinguished f:r its obsequious fawning to the f"-e trade Democracy. ' A joke lhat Mr. Thurman will not r. t ish, bqt which is a legitimate response to hit Ku-Klux sally at poor Massachu setts, Is beiu? circulated in Washington. It ts that thr H.m. John Morrissey will be elected Sergeant at Arms by the next Hoqse. . The Republicans seem to have car ried the legislatures in Miimosota, Wis consin, :id Michigan, thussicuriu!? He publican Uuittd States Senators. We have an idea, however, that Ramsey Carpenter and Chandler, the present Sen ators Irom those Stales will be r. tired. The Committee of Seventy iu New Orleans has addressed the President of the Uuited Stat....

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 14 November 1874

THET TELEGRAPH. JAKES BE ED SON, Proprietor. Taraas, tS per Tear la Airaaea ATUKDAY jr0RNINQ.N0Y.14, 1374- LOCAL NEWS. As Offer We are approaching the rioBe of lhe vear. But two monlln re main, and many are ao doubt casting hnnt fnr their next vear'i reading Knm have already informed ns of their Intention to beein the Tear with us by nharribinir for the Telecrap- To aach we make the offer, free gratis, ofthe frac tion of 1874. on Biibscribin now, and paying for the years 1875 fourteen months for t3. Tliis saves the necessity of waiting, or paying for two papers, for the balance of year- - .. ; l Even year enemies c&oaot help seeing and remembering'TOur' adTerijaf meats if you are a persistent advertiser. Auditor Crpwell, it is said, has gone ' into the -twin .business, anil his ambit on ha been followed by a commendable de-. gree of success ; - .Taney, TUiting.'partT and proeramme cards, more elegant than anything of the i ktnd ever beftre offered, furnished at this office ai ch...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 14 November 1874

CHOICE FAMILY Groceries & Provisions at the Grocerr House of A. H. &E.VV-SAVAGE, Goodl cold as low as MY OTHER HOUSE ASHTABULA. o td ft O a. td W o w UTS L. M UN SON'S Supporting Truss, 'T'HE Subscriber wishes to bring oeiore ue puoiic nis patent DOUBLE & SINGLE SUPPORT : ING TRUSS, ceLy In Tented, that 4s found to answer the end or Kica an instrument more completely than any thin? hitherto Introduced. It a heartily com- ; merged by Physicians, to their patients afflicted withrnia or rurjture. There is bat one ooinion 1 ofityherever tried, and he ha the assurance that ft wHl be found a blessing-to those goffering iron, una compiaim. r rom among nig mentis too gave asea me i rnss, ne nas been ravored wijih many cheerful and unqualified testimonials, which will, perhaps, be some index of its appre- ywiiivo mun merit. - AahUbnla; W. E. Allen. Jefferson; BretteJl A jAtimer, Rock Creek, R. E. Btone, Orwell, and by eHunuiuDi t mm joumeuce in oayorooK, unio. 1874. CARPETS FOR F...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 21 November 1874

Independent in all tilings. J A.&. REED & SON", Publishers. $2 in Advance. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1874. Vol. XXV, No. 47. Whole Number 1298. ASHTABULA TELEGRAPH. KATIES OF ADVERTISING. One Inch In space make a Square. 1 q.' sq! 3 sqsiKcol Xcol Xcol 1 col 1 Week..tl.00!l.M:i4.ll weeks. 1.W 00 8 00 3.00, 4.00 tS.OO $10 .UCJ .UO 7.UU, 5.001 SOU 8.00 14.00 14.00 .weeks. S.DO S.50 4.00 1 aionth . S.50 S.OOi 5.00, 1 months S.00 4.0O1, 7.00 6.001 7.00. S.OU -H.00; lx.OOl !5.00 1 00 15.00 ).m) 15.00 tt.00 81.00 j mamas 4.0ii in rotas 6.UO 11.00 9.001 8 Oil li 00 1 ls.uo il oo aoj B.MM . -J J El I US o.uu 14.00 16.0O 44.0O!3i 00 4.5.11 I5.at; ao.ool I.Ou41UOI5.i.UO Nj.iKI 1110.00 year ... 10.001 Local Notices. 10 cents pr line. TlAatha and Mariiaire inserted gratis. Transient AdvetUements to be paid for tnvaria- r early advertisers will be charged extra tor D lulution and other notices, not eonue" .heir regular business. RiMiNBu o.ria ei tiiiar. vear Der line. Vdmini...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 21 November 1874

" ASHTABULA. OHIO. TEH NEWS IN BRIEF. Bather raw and chilly, oo the banks trf "Salt Bivir." England has obtained fuU Indemnity from Spain for the Yirfiinius massacre. . The United States cannot be too quick in imitating the, example. An associated press dispatch says that 20,000 of forged, $700 bonds of the city of Cleveland, have been placed in circu lation in the city of New York. . Prof. Seeley, elected as an independent candidate to Congress in Massachusetts, is the author ot "Ecce Homo," and a man of great learning and ability, a". .Last week, two buildings of the Ohio . - Reform Farm at Lancaster, were destroy ed by fire ; the work of an incendiary. . .gfirice the fire one of the dots confessed to . the deed. . ; A coal bed at Pittsburg is on fire. The '.locality is covered with improved city property, and it aeems doubtful if any power can quench the fire in time to pre- ' vent the caving from above. The women's National Temperance Convention, assembled at 2d Presbyteri- 'an ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 21 November 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES REED A BOH, Proprietor. Itriai, ft pa leu Ua A" ATURDAY MORNING. NOV. 81. 1?"- LOCAL NEWS. An Offer. We are . U M. close or Ue year. But two mou.u. main, and many are no doubt casting about lor their next year's reading c t. -l, informed us oftneir DUU1V u mn . intention to begin the year with .ug dt ..u;--. .1.. T.lraoh. To such we make the offer, free gratis, orthe frac r ii suhscribinK now, and paying Tor the years 18,5 fourteen months for $3. .This saves the necessity of waiting, or paying for two papers, for the balance of year. Did the Autumn wheat fields ever look so beautiful T tur. on hand a laree stock . of cards, envelopes, letter heads, note heads. bill heads, statements, etc, which we can furnish printed at low rates . A full representation from every Lodge Is requested at the convention oi me icu. pe ranee women of Ashtabula Co, at Ge neva, on Tuesday. Kov. 24tn. Aw Ordihajtcb to punish vagrants and street beggars passed the council at their muti,....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 21 November 1874

CHOICE FAMILY Groceries & Provisions at the Groccrr House of A. H. & E. V. SAVAGE, Goods sold ae low as AftY OTHER HOUSE -IN A1-. fr.viiUL- W O a CO o - tt W O '5s U o o TO GO w . o T H L. MUNSON'S Supporting Truss, rpHi! Subscriber wishes to bring Deioro Lne paon nis paient DOUBLE & SINGLE SUPPORT ING TRUSS, cent Invented, that Is fonnd to answer the end of towao inatrament more completely than any. thin2 hiiberto introduced. It is heartilv com. me ' ; by Physicians, to their patients afflicted wiu nia or rnptare. There is but one opinion ofii erever tried, and he has the assurance tbpiVvill be fonnd a blessing to thoe suffering from Tula complaint. From among his friends wno naea me Truss, ae nas been lavored vU any cheerful and nnqualifled testimonials, waVh will, perhaps, be some Index of itsappre iatio and merit. His Trasses are also for sale bv Geo. Willard, Ashtabola; W. R. Allen. Jefferson; Brettell & Latimer, Eock Creek, R. K. Stone. Orwell, and by he subscr...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 28 November 1874

a cn .LA EGRAPH. Mi JL JL JAS. REED & SON, Publishers. Independent in all tilings. S2 in A.dvance. Vol. XXV, No. 48. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1874. Whole Number 1299. i 1 ii n ii KATES OF ALVJ!JT1S1SU. One Inch in space makes Square. 1 sq. ;sq' Ssqs'Js'col Xcoljfcol 1 1 eek.. t weeks . 1 weeks . 1 month . t months month! . months ti.ua $3.00 $4.00 .00 7.00 8.00 8.00 15.00 l.ou 4.00 6.00 5.1 J C.OUl 8.001 7.00 t oojii.oo IS 00 15.001 S.0O 8.S0 4.00 :S.5 8.0W 5.00 H.00 4.00 6.00 4.00 -T.O.I1 6.00 8.001 S0.00, 9.00IH.OO, 1S.0016.0D 15.00ji0.00 18.00 24 00 35.00 4 months 8.00 S4.00!3i 001 45.00 year ... lO.OOl i.0040.00 55.00' Local Notices. 10 cent per line. Deaths and Msriiaees inserted eTatis. Transient Advetisements to be paid for Invaria bly! n advance." . ! , r yearly advertisers will be charged extra for Dis solution ana other notices, not connecieu w. " their regular business. RminMiMi ai inii.r. war ner line. Administrators'' and Executor' Notices charged fi....

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 28 November 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Saturday Morning, Not. 28, 1874. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. The Legislature assembles at Columbus on the first Tuesday-first day of Decem ber. An English minister says that ' If the Scriptures say one thinu and the London Time another, five hundred persons out of every five hundred and ten would be We the-IVnwa." There are rogues outside or . me ran road officers, after alL The Missouri Grange have discovered this, though rather late in the day, by the defalcation of their Treasurer for $20,000. "Honest, honest Iago." The Ohio State Horticultural Society will meet at Akron on' Wednesday, the 9th day of December, an d close on the 11 All persona interested, whether members of the society or not, are invited to attend the meetings, and take part in the discus sions. AU the railroads In Illinois are required by law, to provide a woodman s ax, a sledge-hammer, a hand-saw, and two leathern buckets for each passenger car dispatched. Bo Wholesome a provision oueht n...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 28 November 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES EE ED SOS, Proprietor. Trma, ft per Year In att- ATURDAT MORNIXQ. KOV-a8-1 374 TRAVELER'S GUIDE. ABHTABULA, TOCNG PTOTS 4k nTTSBCBQH B. B. LoiTe Aahtabnla MS a. m.,Bp. m. VrriT t Abhtabola, p. m-8:3 p.m. LAKK BHOKI MICHIOAH BOI THIK.1 BAH.WAT. Wcar-leare Ashtabula, 55 A. ., J:40a. . :.. 6:S4a. . KASI-leTe Ashtabula. 9:05 a. ., 4:Ur. w., 7:10 P. . U:M TAKKIJK DIVI8IOK I- RT . Leave Aihtabuia for Oil City,00 P. . for Jef ferron 7.j0 r.M. Arrivea at AshtabaUtrom Jefferson. &40. from Oil CitJ 11: A. . TOOUGBTOWK DIVISION t. . A H. B. Leave Ashtabols, 4:30 a. 10:00 A. . Arrive 11:10 A.. :30 P- LOCAL NEWS. All Offeh. We are approaching close of the year. But two mouths re main, and many are no doubt casting about tor their next year's reading. Some have already informed ns of their intention to begin the year with ns by subscribing for the Telegraph. To such we make tbe offer, free gratis, or the frac tion of 1874, on subscribing now, and paying for the years 1875...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 28 November 1874

CHOICE FAMILY Groceries & Provision:) tt the Orocerr Home of A.H. &E.V. SAVAGE, Goods sold as low as AffY OTHER HOUSE -IN- ASHTABULA. o U H. o u o p 8" W o o 8 GO H O fed w I I O H l hj 12Tt L. MUNSON'S Supporting Truss, T'HE Subscriber wishes to bring . X before the public his patent DOUBLE & SINGLE SUPPORT ING TRUSS, cenf.y invented, that is round to answer the of su an instrument more completely than thin"- hitherto introduced. It is heartily by Physicians, to their patients afflicted witbshernia or rupture. There is hut one opinion . :Xh.Mws, triad, and he has the assnrance thai Vwill be found a blessing to those suffering from this complaint. rom among nis jnuuo who have nsed the Truss, he has been favored with many cheerful and unqualified testimonials, which will, perhaps, be some index of its appre ciation and merit. His Trusses are also for sale by Geo. Willard, Ashtabula; W. R. Allen. Jefferson; Brettell Latimer, Rock Creek, R. E. Stone, Orwell, and he subscrib...

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