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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 7 February 1874

ASHTABU A 1 Fj 11 jjti ill : J JS. REED & SON, Publishers. Independent in all tilings. S2T in'vance. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1874. .. Vol. XXV, No. G. j: ole Number; 1257. ,V A ' i. M J! il-rt Urates of advertising. One Inch in pace makes Square. N 1 9 S t08 iiiol JiCOl col 1 col 1 Week.. $1.00 1 .) li-Wl 8.0U IW.UO .U0 itl.UU Sweess. i.o'M -V"i i 12.00 8 weeks . 1 mourn . months 8 montun. 6 munios S months 1 year ... S.0III SJU 1-W O.W u.W o.,.r 14 00 15.00 a. oo . 5.l X.UU 6.(Wi 6 0OI 7.00 9.011 .0o 4.U0 7.U0I S (M 1 00 io Ou 4 0ii .uoi s.ooiiioo 1500 ao.oo e.oo! .Ojia.oo 1."0 24 11 j& UUI 60.00 85.110 lO.Oo! 15.OHil.Ulll-O0ol40 Uulj-'i.uoj 100.00 8.00! li.OH 16.00, M.OuitBtiu Local Soticea. 10 cent per line. Transient Advetiseiucnts to be paid for invaria bly in advance. - Yearly advertisers will be eharfod extra for Die solution and other Notice, not aonnected with thotr regular business. A-i-i-wwr l.TM-niom otl'-cis charred ti. All otner Legal AdveriUeine...

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 February 1874

THE TELEGRAPH ASHTABULA., OSIO. r Saturday Momirg , Feb. 7, 1874. The Japanese ' have adopted the portal card tyaUm. "Tber iru a deamaa of 11,848,21 1 in the pabli debt lt month. Nine hundred dollars a day is what a Constitutional Convention tfo'Aa the people of Obi. ; " 6gorgS:f8Trf; Repttblican, was -erected -City Sollcllitor of Cleve- land,' ''at an "election held on monr ;;,.Tbe Boa. Rafus King of Cincirv nati, baa succeeded Mr. TTaite as ' President f the Ohio Constitutional . Convection, ' " -. ' . A Buffalo alderman told a Dolice- man who accosted him, to mind hi business.. The policeman obeyed, "and locked him up. at...: 1 j i 'As memorial that there may be . no further inflation of the currency has-been presented to the House of '' Representatives, in behalf of the ; business men and bankers of New Tort 'TW United States Senators were ".chosen by the Mississippi Legisla- ture on Tuesday. ; The long term was given to H. K. Bruce, a colored -man, who has been the Sheriff of f...

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 February 1874

THE TELEGRAPH JAKES HEED SO' Proprietor!. - Tear la Krinre. KAVKI.EK'9 GriDE. btacia, Toramrow irmairMM a. a. Lv Athtabu p. m., Till a. m. Arrive at Aehtsbnla, 1: p. m- kl! p. m. Laxb imu srcsr ab bctuu kao.wat. wbt leave Asbtabula, fcSSA. (. A. SL, u:a a. x., skm r. a., s.ae a. . East leave Ashtabula. 9:01 a. 1.S1 T. n. 1M F- 11:40 T. - T:50 r. . nuBsxar orrnioir l. a. m. a. t. Leave Ashtabula. fcAg a. T30 p. m. Arrive at Ashtabula, 11:) a. a., 8.SS a. a. TOUHSSTOWB BTITSIOH X- A X. I. Lear Ashtabula, 6:10 r. a. Airire 11:16 a.m. Gold closed on Thursday at 1.12. L. M. 8. 82 Dr. . W. Light, oi Auaivtr. is, u r learn from the Enierprue, a boat to remove to Kelloggsville. H. H. Hall enrolls hi name on thr scroll of fame as will be seen by reference i to our new advertfsementa. Jakes R Willard, our-ui tuo v era of the TtumnL-A h.. h.n "prie- tore of the IHtpatch, has been. Collector of the port of EH' fointed Orwell Agricultur " 1 : k v meeting on tbe hold the purpose mst, .t a. k. for...

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 February 1874

ir?..rinnniTiJ flr&tefiil Thousands proclaim Tiff- t(ja"r BrtTEKa the most wonderful In- vigorari. that ever tustained the striking BYBt8XIL ' K5 Person can take these Bitters according to directions, and remain long tmwelL provided their bones are not de stroyed by mineral poison or other means, and vital organs wasted beyond r- tmudr. ' - V Bilions, Kemittent uid Inter mittent Ferers. which are so preva lent in the valleys of oar great riTers throughout the United btates, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan Red. Colorado. Brazos. Rio Grande. Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro anoke, James, and many others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our entire country during the Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so during sea sons of unusual heat and dryness, are Invariably accompanied by extensive de rangements of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow- I k,ARDni...

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 February 1874

1 T HUT nn nn ID A ID' ART A T7T TTM b i -a m a fed i 1 ' ' I JAS. REED & S03NT, Publishers. Independent in all things. S2 in A.dvance. - - " 1 " " , 1 1 Vol. XXV, No. 7. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1874. Whole Number. 1258. " One Inch In space makes a Square. 1 eq. ieqf 3H)9 ,'col i?o COl 1 CCII ftuiO $.u.o Week..fl.uO,fl.i 3.oti .uo 1 weeaa . 1 .60 .i a o Uui i.mji li.a 8 eeta . .i" .su "'"I 8 W 6 ""I 1 mootli . S 5i S.UJ 6 0i 00 7.0U " ... n.. Alt..' ?llil Uli-l4l.i 8.mi 9a. 15Uul no 16 U X DlOOtUB .W, -.w ImKIU 4.l 6.0o 9.llU;i2 0U IjUl iti.O ..M 6 moouis 6.uu .u.lt.oui is.uu 21 un o ,....rli.i Ailll Willi lti.llU.4.0U:IMt .vimj so.u lino,1 5.t 1 year ... 1.).0U 15.J -!0.0ll 3U.0OJ 4U mil Vi.tiUI 1UU.0 Local Notlcrs', 10 ceute per Hue. Tkiti4ud M&niairea itiiteru! pratia. - Transient Advetiseulsui to be paid for imaria klr in advance. Vpl mivitf-riKPrfl will hfthAiwd extra for Dlf solution and oincr Notices, n connected witi their regular bu?ineae. - . Hudinx...

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 February 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA, OHIO. Saturday Morning, Feb, 14, 1874. A proposition to reduce letter pos tage to 2 cents for each half ounce was made on Monday by Mr. Dawes, and referred by the House to the Postal Committee. The place on the District of Co lumbia Investigating Committee, successfully; resigned by Senator Trelinghuysea, Morrill Morton, and Conkling, has been assigned to Sen tor Alison, of Iowa. The English elections have re resulted in the defeat of the liberal party, and Mr. Disraeli will now be called npon without doubt to sue-, ceed Mr. Gladstone and form a new ministry. - A bill was introduced in the Illinois State Senate on Monday to regulate commercial agencies. It requires the companies to give bonds in $20,000 to the State, and prescribes the man ner of bringing action to recover for false, malicious, or unwarrantable re ports. . The Centennial bill passed by the House, and requesting President Grant to invite foreign Govern ments to take part, under the au spices...

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 February 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES REED SON, Proprietor. Terms, $2 per Year In Advance. TRAVELER'S GUIDE. umuou, toubsstowb pittsbcbqb . a. Leave Ashtabula, 45 p. m., 7:13 a. m. Arrive st Ashtabula, 1:96 p. m.. axs p. m. UII IHOKK KICHieAll SOUTB1KX BA1LWAT. West leave Ashtabula, tit a. .. 6:30 A. M. 11:M A. 6.-04 r. .. 5 36 A. x. Kajt lfAie Ashtabula. :0t a. m., 1.S1 r. m. 4:14 r. ., 11:40 r. . 7:30 r. . FBAXKUX DIVISIOX L. S. M. B. BT. Leave Ashtabula. 9:40 A. ., TM r. X. Arrive at Ashtabula, 11:20 a. b., 8:36 a. . Tomregrowa pmmox Leave Ashtabula, 8:10 r, a. L. . a M. a. Arrive 11:15 A.l V. Gou closed on Thursday 113, L. S. Dan Rice's homestead at Giranl, Pa. sold recently at Sheriff's sale, was bidden in for $8,000. Chariot Watson of the Chicago Trib une, is spending' few days vacation in town, among old friends. Aspirants after pedigogical honors will take notice that a schedule of examina tions appear in this paper. The Court of Common Pleas will begin its February terra on Monday next Leti...

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 February 1874

70117 IITU .. . :.. i ..s.i s--3" --J THET TELEGRAPH,; "'' Cawom the ffWMt year Enlarged and Improved i . : j i ' 1 r labor tonka It ! i .4 " '. THE LARGEST AND H H MOST ATTRACTIVE Oountr 3Exa:r 2: NEW POWER PRESS '! I')' i ,ft V . ; " I ,tba Jfarfcilr! Dapartmattia greatly Improved i JOB PRINTING P Hi feat atUt kanw U Urmm reputation as the BX8T ana CHXAPX8T place la Aeatabala Coonty. FINK WORK and LOW PRICES WD? THE DAY. JAS." REED & SON! .-vs...S 7- ."ST , Proprlfterf. -J V -i : - ..... .1 i f .y r.i r f i HJ OS" --Ii 1 Great Reduction; ! .. . .... '--- ' NEW ,XMPROVED Florence , sewing. Machine FOR S4BOO OAHHIi' For particulars call e or address j - ::; : r i.i aim gist i ' lMStf - Park St., near Centre St., -AahubniaO ,The,Ever Reliable Sirifrer vnoc Hold on the most accommodating terms, bj B. L.GBOVKB. Kingsville, Ag't for N. K. Ash tabna Co. O. , Sawing. Planing & Matching. THE undersigned having purchased t be machinery formerly nwd by S. A. Hitch cock, can be found ...

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 February 1874

A .QTHTT "A 1RT A TELEGRAPH. J J AS. REED fc SC3ST, Jublishers. Independent in all tilings. $2 in Advance. Vol. XXV, Xo. 8. - ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATUHDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1874. Whole Number 1259. RATES OF ADVERTISING. pace makee a Square. t. One Inch in n 3 eq. fl.UO: 2 sq f 1 oj 3 -qb col $col ti.uu .:m ti.uu 3 mil 4.WI 5.uuj 4.uu 5ii t0u &.(IU 6W 7.00 -.(H 9(i 12UU .IH 12 UU 15 00; l:.oo! 2 mi IK uu 24.0.M :tl (Mil fctol 1 cut 1 Week, tti.llO $.0.0(1 weetis J.MIi la.uo 14 .OU S weeks ., 2.0" i.au. s.uOi 4.UU1 S 01 9.o 1 mourn . it.ji 15.(10 months 5 moume 6 monltie X.OU 4ftU, 15.0UI 4i.ou B.tW l!!.Ol 15.00! io.un i.u) 6.IIU 33 00! 50.IW 45.00! S5-00 55.00; 1001)0 9 nionlha 8.i! 1 year . . lO.Ou! u.ou!i.uuj4u uol Local Notice. 10 cents per line. Deaths and Mariiagea iuaerted gratis. Transient Advetment to be paid lor invaria bly in advance. yearly advertisers will be charged extra or Dis solution aod other Notices, not connected with their regular business. Business Cards, 4 dollars...

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 February 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA.. OHIO." Saturday Morning, Feb. 21, 1874. The iusane in Illinois are reported by the Board of Public Charities to number 3,000, of whom 2,400 are considered incurables. A proposition to reduce letter pos tage to 2 cents ior each half ounce was made on Monday by Mr. Dawes, and referred by the House to the Postal Committee. Secretary Richardson reports to the Senate, in response to their in quiry, that it -will take four years to have silver enough coined . by the mints to replace the fractional cur rency . v The place on the District of Co lumbia Investigating Committee, successfully resigned by Senator Frelinghuysen, Morrill Morton, and Conkling, has been assigned to Sen tor Alison, of Iowa. At last, the resolutions of censure against Senator Sumner have been expunged by the Massachusetts House, and as the Senate has already done the same, the vindication of Senator Sumner is complete. President Grant has appointed the Court of Inquiry to try Gen. How ard. G...

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 February 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES REED SON, Proprietor. Tmu, t per Tear la Advance. TRAVELER'S GUIDE. usruru, Toosotrown a pittsbuboh a. a. Leave Aehtabuta.3:45p. m., 7:11m. m. Arrive at Ashtabula, 1:35 p. m.. ab p. m. LAKE BHOa. UCHISAH SOUTHKK KAILWAY. WasT leave Ashtabula, tt A. a., 6:30 A. a., 11:83 A. a 6:04 r. a.. 6. a. a. East leave Ashtabula. 9:0 a- 1:81 P- . 4:14 r. 11:40 r. a. 7:S0 p. a. TRANKUK DIVMIOX L. A, A a. . BT. Leave Aaatabula. :40 a. a., 730 r. a. 'Arriveat Ashtabula, 11:30 a. a., 6:35 A. a. TOPKG8TOWK DITlfttOK L. . a. . Leave Aahtabula. &10 r. a. Arrive 11:15 A.a. A movvment bas been made for the formation of Farmer's Grange in Geneva. R. Spui.nO, Geneva, bas opened a clothing store -at, 13Q Superior st, Cleve land. A n average of twentT-car leads of California barky is passing eastward Iroui Omaha daily. , Sisqlb Copies of the Telegraph car al ways be Tound at the Central News Boom, two doors south ot the Fisfc He use. ' The Daily Cleveland Eveciug New ar rives at the ...

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "' .5 3i:UJ -: - Tk Beat AdTertUlMC Medina .' I K i " - ' THE TELEGRAPH, .'. Commence the present year Enlarged and Improved We hats (pared no expense or labor to make it THE LARGEST AND MOST ATTRACTIVE County 3Eax nm btatz. ,NEW POWER PRESS AND NEW MATERIAL the Mechanical Department greatly improved JOB PKINTING Department still bear is former reputation aa being the BEST and CHEAPEST place in Ashtabula County. FINE WORK and LOW PRICES WIN THE DAY. J AS. REED & SON, vtff Proprietors. Great Reduction ! NEW IMPROVED Florence . sewing Machine JOB . 84S.OO OAS II ! For particulars call on or address AYERASIM, lM3tf Park St., near Centre St., Ashtabula, O The Ever Reliable Sineer Sold on the most accommodating terms, by R. L.GKOVKR, Kingsviile, Ag't for K. E. Ash-' taoua co. u. Sawing,-Planing & Matching. -'? THE undersigned having purchased t be machinery formerly used by E. A. Hitch cock, can be found at the old stand, at Centre St. K. K. crossing. ALL KIND...

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 February 1874

ASHTABULA TTTT ,T.AS. REED & SON, T-iiblisliers. Independent in all things. S2 in Advance. Vol. .XXV, No. 9. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1874. Whole Number 1260. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Inch in (pace make a Square. 8 Xcol Xcol J,jcol 1 col. S Sq S.O'Ji 8 0U, J5.il 4.IIU S.IKI 5.00; 4-Uu1 7.01 6.001 .d0! 3.oo t4.00t6.00 4.Ulj 6.0SI 7.00, Week., tweets. $i.uoi 1.5l $:0.00 100 14 00 15.00 Jwecke month . I swathe I aumtoa month 8. 00 5.0i 6 8.00 001 7.00 9.00 9 0U; IS U0; 15.00! IS 00 16 0010.00 8.5i, S.0U 88.00 80.00 50.00 4.0ii .ou; .()! li.OU 18.00 41 i; .if. ("Kl B month 1 year ... 8.111)1 lo.ouj li.oti 16 mi 15.00.OU t Oil: M00 1 45.00 85.00 100.00 Local Notices. 10 cents per tine. Deaths and Martiairea inserted sratis. TranatenrAdretiaeaaenta to be paid for invaria bly in advance. fearlv advertisers will he charged extra for Dis- aolutioa and other Notices, aot connected with their regular business. " . Business Cards, tl dollar a rear per line. Admlnietrauirs' a...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 28 February 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA, OHIO. Satuilay Morning, Feb. 28, 1874. ; "The Iowa Legislature has appro-, priated t50,0(K. for the relief of the ; destitute farmers in the northwestern part of Iowa. By the will of the late Henry D. Gilpin, of Philadelphia, just passed upon by the Probate Court in that city, the Chicago Historical Society comes into possession of about t33,- oqo. , .There - is common sense in -the-proposed amendment to the- postal law, which would allow those who send boots and papers by mail to being fined letter postage. he cutting down of salaries and the reduction of force in the De partment proposed in General Gar field's Legislative, Judicial and Ex ecutive Appropriation Bill, has sent a painful flutter throughout the civil service at Washington. Gens. Sheriden, Ord and Baker, arrived at Fort Loraimeon the 22nd and 23rd. The latter and nine com panies of infantry and seven of eav aky left on the 23rd, for the Red Cloud Agency, in fulfillment of their mission of redu...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 28 February 1874

,THE TELEGRAPH. JAKES REED SOU, Proprietor. IVrau, t per Tear la AvitM-e. , TRAVELER'S GUIDE. '.ASHTABUXJL. YOVHesTOWll PfTWBtJMB B. B. lve Ashtabula, 45p.m.,?:lSa.nt. '' Arrive At Ashtabula, 1: p.C!tt.. taX UOU MICIOi SOCTBCiUI BAB.WAT. Wear leave Ashtabula, M A- a., : .11:3. A. a., 8.-04 r. -, 6.S A. a. V : EiT lero Ashtabula. t:(B a: a.," liSl r a, 4:14 p. 1L-40 r. a. 730 T. a. FEAXKLIU DITI3I0K U lilt BT. tore Ashtabula. 40 A. a., 7:50 P. a.. Arrive at Ashtabula, 11: a. a, &3 A. a. . - - i tooiwitowii Drraiox I. . A a. a. - '" Leave Ashtabula, fclO r, a. Arrive 11:16 A.a. ' The new superintendent or tbe Ioflrina k'' ry, Mr. L. C. Atwnter.nf Monroe. - Personal Pbopebtt by bin riff sale, m advertised in tbig paper, is commended , X He tiwilin of cmr rrndt-rs. Thefilu-chiit animal convtotion of Ibe Obio Slate Sabbath School Union, will V neld in Tiffin, Obit June 3rd, 4th, aod 5ib, - Biholb COPIES of the Teiegraph can al "in be found at llie Centra! 'JJew 'Boom, two doors south...

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 February 1874

ADVERTISEMENTS. .ti- .. . .W I" i-i .- -.. .ffmfJ er.r--i.TCv t l!l Jf;. -'Vu'Vt .OS;!! -..v.. i i .'irsa-ir-.;-!!.' ;V . At; I I . j .tvae-rt...; A ).t..t j'.S . riVr. .i -THE r TELEGRAPH, laaih.W .1 -L"J OIL 'Ct;: .- w cOommenee the present year H -Enlarged and Improved jr.: .U - tC'Mi'..'A ...,- 'iuai r- -i ' i ' . tWtlm sparsd mo expenas or labor to make it THB LARGEST AND IT;: -.;fT- : . m't.H"- - t j -,.:,. Sir-".- - i !: d: i i . US-' '-.T,.-; i i.:vr,.v.. MOST ATTRACTIVE :..-.: County tr.sr; :'.-. :. I . . . . o - . i HH'J"i'J:;i'! i . NEW-POWER PRESS 1 AJTD W MATERIAL j i -nrJt ! ti.Jldctr. i.L 1 '- ,T;3y;.u r:: . ri:.'W,:i.r-': ..: : j ivji'i t-.:'--." r-.:t no ;:. -ct ' j iJ-Cvi f:l - - :. , , 7 thi Jfecha&Icftl DepartmDtit greatly improyed t: v ; . . . j 41 . j e;h-i ij j j , ' -'TO'-' - f i aOB. PRINTING T-'J n'-i--. ...... rfc-i . - "i.i .! : . . l(.e -"e.:- . ( . ; bd i-- ' . r? . '. ' . SHI U. I , i . eartaat atill bears is former reputation as !3 la AibUbola Cou...

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 March 1874

ASHTABULA TELEGRAPH. FAS. REED & SON, Publishers- Independent in all tilings. S2 in Advance. Vol. XXV, No. 10. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1874. Whole Number 1261. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Inch in pace make Sqnare. 2qa 3 sob' k' col Hcol 3fcol 1 Col. $.0.00 1V.0U 14 00 15.00 ii.oo 80.1O Week. . 1J fl 50 f i.ttl t3.M.$4.W IweeKs . 1.50 X.UUl 3 Ul o mi; T.W 4.UU 6 O'l 6 UO S OU . month . S-5! months .00 .. S.00 4.UU1 S.00 S.UOl (XII T.UO 9.00 7.0d! 9 OUj l.0Oi 15.01) I monta 4.00 month 6.UU .(!: IS (X) 15.001 .00, 9.UJ 1.00 18.0U 24 Ull 33 Orii 45.00 50 il S5 00 9 month 8.0U, tt.Oo I6.UU1 U.OUl no "1 jr ... 10 wj i5.(xiiao.wau.(Xi,4o ixti 55.00 1 100.00 Local Notices. 10 cents per line. TiAlh and Man iairea i:tMrt.i cratis. Transient Advetioement to be paid (or Imaria Yearly advertisers will be charged extra for Dis solution sod other Notices, not connected with their regular business. Hiwinm. c&rrio i dollar Tear per line. Administrator' Lid Execulora' 'otl(-es charg...

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 March 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA, OHIO. Saturday Morning, Mar. 7, 1874 There was a decrease of 2,590,- 047 in the public debt last month. The Howard Court of Inquiry met on Tuesday in Washington for the first time. Nothing was done but to adjourn for a week at the request of Jhe Judge-Advocate. The House Coinage Committee has unanimously resolved to report in favor of the establishment of essay offices. at Chicago, St., Louis, and Helena,' Montana. ' They will Tecom- mwi that- -ld-be-eoined-withont charge by the , United .States Mints. The wildcat i;8Drehension8 are felt in England about the safety of the-expedition, which, it is feared, may have Teen gobbled up . by , the Asianteea on ' its retreat to the coasts .: -. - y- TJie internal revenue receipts for the"ast month were unusually large, "" an a, .fontinuance, at a similar rate; would :carry :. them above the esti mates for' ther year by some three millions. ' ! ,! ' " '.. The ."Wisconsin Senate has passed the Potter bill for the appo...

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 March 1874

THE TELEGRAPH j- JAKES SEED SON, Proprietor. farms, (2 per Year la A era are. TRAVELER'S GUIDE. Asa-ras-oiA, Towtaeroww Ttmrnumeu a, a. iMit Ashtabula, S p. m, 7:13e. m. Arriv at Ashtabula, lu p. m- &8 p. m. uii shobi naina ngniu bailwat. WT leave Ashtabula, 5S A. -, t - 11:33 A. ., 6:04 r. ., 6 . . East leave. Aiiukili. Wl a. ., 1:S1 r. x. 4.H F. M., 11:49 P.1.WM.' . nuxaxat Drrcsioir a. . e. bt. Lure Ashtabula. 9:48 A. 7S0 r. . Arrive t Ashtabula, 11: a. AS a. . TOtJJWSTOWll MnSlOST- -Leave Ashtabula, 6:10 r. . Arrive HrlS A.M. 4. Waktkd. A girl to do general house work. Annlieation to be made at tub oBce. : ' '. ' .'.Yeungstown enjojA tue presence or an Ooera House. Orwell will see that rival ry cannot be escaped. Ex-President Fillmore ha been struck wiUi paralysis, and bU friends entertain bat faint bopea of his rallying. - The number of cases ot measles among lie etudenta of the Orwell academy, as wr are informed by lbe Principal, was 30. Frank Wing,; Esq., son of Hon. J. W...

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 March 1874

Tir-dlem- .THE TELEGRAPH, Commence the present year Enlarged and Improved We have ipared no eipeas. or labof to nuke it THE LARGEST AND MOST ATTRACTIVE County IK m STATS, NEW POWER PRESS AND KEW MATERIAL the Mechanic! Department's greatly improved JOB PRINTING Department still boari ii former reputation aa being the BEST and CHEAPEST place in Ashtabula County. FINE WORK and LOW PRICES WIN THE DAY. JAS. REED & iSON, Proprictwn. 'I r.-i- Tb Btit AdrnW Cr. nala fJprtnj ttf Aafataora). e- 3 i LB t a i Great Reduction ! v. NEW IMPROVED Florence sewing Hachine ron "'v 0-0,(3 OO CASH ! f For particulars call on or address AYER SliT, J243tf Park St., near Centre St., Abuw'ouIa, O The Ever Reliable Sinffer Sold on the most accommodating terma, by R. L.GROVER, Kingsville, Ag'qfor N. K. Ash- taoaa w. o. Sawing, Planing & Matching. THE undersigned having purchased t he machinerr formerly used y E. A, Hitch cock, can be found at the old stand, at Centre rjt B. R- crossiiiK. ALL KINDS OF ...

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