ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Ashtabula Telegraph Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,330 items from Ashtabula Telegraph, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,330 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 1 October 1875

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Morning, Oct. 1st, 1875. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Electon Day. Tuesday. Oct. 12, 1875. JOB OOVBBXOB, BUTHEEFOED B. HATES, of Sandnskv. iraOTBJIAKT-OOTXBlTOB. THOMAS L. YOUNQ.ofHamilton. AUDITOB, JAKES WILLIAMS, or.Franklin. JOHN X- XIIXIKEX, of BaUer. JOHN LITTLE, of Greene. GEOEGE W. XcILTAXSE, of Tuscarawas, mm or board or public works. PETER THATCHER, of Cojahoga. COUNTY TICKET. BXFBXBKNT ATI V E, W. P. HOWLAND. rsoBATi juoei, E. J. BETT3. TBEASCBIR, D. L. CEOSBT. auditor. W. H. CROWELL. PBOBECTTCTOATTOBKIT, B. B. LEONARD. COH1I1S8IOKZB, W. T. SIMONDS. Dnxuir siBWTOB, N. FOLLETT. TOR STATC 8ETAT0R 8. 8. BUBEOW8, of Ashtabnla. fob ttdge long term, H. B. WOODBURY, of Ashtabula. fob judqm snort term, D. W. CANVIELD, of Geauga. Organize! Organize! More efficent political work can be performed by a thorough orgacization of our forces, than in any other imaginable way. Numbers of course decide the contest when ballots are cast, but to se cure a fu...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 1 October 1875

THE" TELEGRAPH. jKSS USD 80S. Proprietor. Tars vfltr in AiTiiarf FRIDAY MORNING. OCT.. lt, 1975 LOCAL NEWS. Hayb Cixb. The call of the Hayes Club committee meeting at 2 o'clock p m., on Saturday, at the office of . II. Fitch, Esq., should be borne in mind, and a prompt and full attendance ncade cer tain. " Local Briefs. Tbe gas played oat, about ten o'clock. last Tuesday nigbt The examination for teachers will be held at Ctmseaal. Oct 5th. , Thingl fooked a little "Haytsy" abou t Warren; on the day of the great meetinz. On Saturday iveniug 2nd-tue citi zens of Dorset Centre will be addressed by Representative Howland. Tbe Catholic fair held at Smith's Opera House last Thursday, Friday and Satur day evenings, netted about $1,000. Howard's Constellation brass band and orchestra, are -as floe a'cojnpany of musicians as has visited ns for many a Those who go on tbe Pittsburgh Ex cursion, vrill have -the privilege of stay ing over and taking the 7 a. m. train next day. Hon. John Sherman ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 1 October 1875

, a f - VJ - tl U I r-rsPECTFULLT begs to return TTEbr " r root friends and the pub i uum to "jrS" during the man j gt.ytojtIiCTU. inVehtabula, cT STOCK OF LEATHER, Enelish. Oordevan, T J.,,7 wora by both English ladles and i. prepared to execute .U fcindeof , ae-criouoii of Style comprising ladies j'tK. He farther be, to -j Ut be keeps alanrestock 01 ear-M Shoe" . ..j erw description, from the beet East ?h"00rers, whici he will .ell cheeper the SSqtyolrd w be bought to the "pfee call and ewmlne Stock and satisfy your selves. ,..!. m.w ti .. WIOM t. BUT lu, luim - . GREGORY, FB0PBIBT0BS OF PHttNIX IRONWORKS manufacturers or STEAK ENGINES, BEAFTISa, HANGERS PULLETS, MILL GBkRIXV, and General Maealns Caettu.. CuBicUrara Of Flows and other larmlng Implements. We keen constantly on hand all the different sizes of Bound Iron ? FROH 1 TO 8 DICaES DIAHBTER. CAS PIPE! OF ALL SIZES TJP TO THREE AMETEB. INCHES Bl- Brass and Malleable Steam , Fittings, or sane, of all varieties. We also have 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. — 8 October 1875

. r- JA8. HEED & 'SON, Publishers. ' Independent in all tilings. - ! S3 in Advanc ,: ASHTABULA, OHIO, PEIDAY, OCTOBER'S, 1875.;. J : Whole Number 1344 TEiliEMH. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. I. O. TMH J'wnolaid fietatl ..Dealer A treat r rcivi I AJW iaus alo. auala iuwm. . u Ax W. W. I1T1CE 4esier ia choice Jaovilr Qroesneaaaa Proviaioc lo. par Con- j Prodaca acd Commlssio Mer- aat,or purcnaac sua j1b Dtreet, AiaUba!,Obto. 14 .rj' WUlfd' : New Block. atD15 IV. Dealer In Dr0001" door orln or ri . lwis utuo. 80K, lXttler in our. reea. ron Lime, eedo. trTO1- iwmenit nu-i.-y-' ,- , '.i...Kl. Ohio ;.,d .UktSiof Flih. Alio, .11 klad.ol it. ,d DometUc Wlne liwdwM. Crockerr. AtliUbal O. DRUGGISTS. B1BTIN HWIEHT, Drareu Apotnec.ry,andrener.l dier 1 Br, Modi- fun and Toilet Good. Xln treet, comer of Centre. Aehubel. Cille7 10 lrn. ud Medicine., Grocer, raaierr mad Pcjr Article, nprtor T,Cof- ."W SfTrVy 4eri?lo, P.totj, 0' cituei. Brahe,Pae: P.SBetaTh lewmt prie rretcnpuoiw V'k iuo tollab...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 8 October 1875

EMBROIDERY AND NEEDLEWORK. T-ena PhelDS. ladies skirt, 2a ; card basket. 1st: card receiver, 2d ; lamp mat, 3d- letter holder. 1st- Mary Ruociman, tard basket, 2d ; lamp mat, 1st letter holder, 2d. Mrs H H Stafford. Telvet so fa pillow, 1st; silk do 2d. Mrs A B Phelps, infant's skirt, 1st do chemise, 1st; do 2d; blanket, 1st; crib quilt, 1st Bam pair sham pillow cases, 1st, do BhssfeTOauIdwel, emb'd chem ise, 1st, nigbtr robe, 8d, emb'd slippers, Isr'SlA'EVadeabargban.lst, la-aiscari;- tat Miss E A Creasy, card receiver.. 1st. photograph holder, 1st, atoji, 1st. Miss Aldie Warren, emb. haidkerchier. 1st, emb'd dress skirt, 1st. - M,3P,SJanc"artEcnt'ssh,rt, ,8t' J W Johnson. 2d. skirt, 2d. Mrs H Hogbs, emb'd chemise, 1st; night dress, aheet sham, 2d, gilt worsted toilet bag, Istj Jo hair, receiver. 2d. J Erockway, bead watch case, 1st. do 2d , Jirs H Hol comb, 78itf worsted sack lst Miss A LfPfiarfl, tidy, 1st. Mrs 8 Everit.emb'd collar. 1st, cuffs, 1st, handkerchief, 2d. M4A Ca "SiS...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 8 October 1875

-.THE-TELE GRAPH. ""jAMES RKKD SON. Proprietor. 7rm. $ per near Advance FIDAt' MORNING OCT.. 8lh.'lB75 LOCAL NEWS. The examinartwof ' tetehers" will be held t Anslinburg, Oct. 13tb. A few thousand old newspapers for gale at 50c per hundred, at tbe Telegraph office. The spur cool track at the Harbor is receiving Hit rail. Gtimauiown Turns, in all color?, at Carlisle & Tyler's. The Aldine CJub will give anullicr dance at Hatto-M' Hall to-rnbrruw even- TheceitVhTt8 "fVoolea Yarn in town teat '"" Carlisle & Tyl-r'. There will be a parade of Ihe entire fire department ol Asbtabula.on Wednei day atternoon, Oct. 24tli. The building .creeled on Division at., :"for Alert Hook & Ladder Co., is about f completed. : ; ; .. " 'Floor Oil Cloths, all widths, at Carlisle & Tyler's. The horse epidemic seems to be abat ing ; we bear ot no new case, and the horses that have been sick are improv ing. The Gem Skirt Supporter, at 2 Carlisle & TjU-r's. , f ; nollflnfr mtfrfere with yoo...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 8 October 1875

.14 TIKKEK& ; GREGORY, t PBOPBIKTORS OT . VfHttNIX IRONWORKS " ' " mwDbcbiien of ..TVT. BfiAFXi-ia HANGERS, Q . , u4 Gonerml machine Canine- j iAit" lUanfcctntem of ... ' ; four anei other lurming x , .... implements. . ; r Bound Iron ! ,. FKOJt 1 TO S ETCHES DIAUETBH. GAS PIPE! "b ALL 8IZ2SXP TO THEEB INCHES DI- Brass and Halleable Steam Fittings, i w'nejof an Tr1ee. We lso hj pWuietor GAS PIPE TOOLS, aoaUed to do aU kinds of Steam Fitting at tie wfalw hate t complete rtoek of PLOWS, boih 8t!in"cJ"lSoW?id.. Points and 1 other re jUtrs for allthe leading plowa used in this section 'ItfD.rrtes'wwng Castln? or work done to or- wmyiSs? it onr Works near Centre 9u AmMinff AphtabalA, Ohio. 1 C HTWe h"e for sile Chesp. one Eight Horse Power STEAM ENGINE, which we now hare In dm- Will giro possession of the same at once. . IvtBPBf. . . . TINKER ft GREflOKY j SOMETHING NEW! Startling iut True I L- A fisj. Present for Christmas for ETerjoodr ai i . . . ';'''! of the trtraWe and worry of ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 8 October 1875

XT IE3 CURRENCY. "HONEST MOHEY " INFLATION AND RUIN. Specie Payment and Prosperity. CURRENCY. Views of Preminent Statesmen and Writers. To host minds in computing riches dol lars of paper count np the sami as real dol ' lara, and bo long as the increase continues, the illusion is not discovered. Thb only direct gain from the issue of Treasury notes was the loan to the Govern ment, without interest, and the conse quent lessening of taxation. " Tub issce of inconvertible paper money adds neither to the amount of capital in tbe country nor to the efficiency of labor, and binders, rather than aids, the union of the two. Wier men accept the experience of -fliers, if thereby they can avoid suffering -themselves. So a wise nation should ac--cept the experience of other nations with - laper money. The history of the past : graves, beyond the possibility of a doubt, vhat a long continuance in the circulation of irredeemable currency leads to certain disaster. France, Austria, England, Rua- i...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 8 October 1875

JE3 JLi 3& JVL 1 1ST T. SENATOR MORTON AT PITTSBURG. How the Parties Stand Financially. APPRECIATION AND REDEEMABILITY. VS. DEPRECIATION AND REPUDIATION. Senator Morton, of Indiana, spoke at Pitts burg, Fa, on the Sith of September, opening the Republican campaign in that section. His speech was among the ablest of the vigorous efforts he has been making for the last two months. As the larger portion Is devoted to a discussion or the financial issues Involved in the Democratic platform of Pennsylvania and Ohio, presented i t that clear and common sense method which makes the Senator's ef forts the most readily appreciated by the pop ular apprehension, the following summary will be of service in considering the relative position of parties: Senator Morton begun by the declaration that "politics means business." He therefore directed himself at once to the issue, stating that the Pennsylvania Democracy declared for the abolition of national banks; the substitu tion of legal-tender...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 October 1875

r 1GEAF 1 JDjiUti JA!S. BEED & SON, Vol. -XXVI, No. 42. Publishers. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER Independent in all things. 15, 1875. S3 in Advance Whole Kumber 1345 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. i. U , fas .rr Enloa Kapraes Companies, and Cleveland Her aid. Mala street. Ahtabula. law . . K w kvicE dealers to choice JamUvGroow-ieseud Provision. alo. pnre Coo rTiT the brands of Tobacco mo Clean. 161 a wci. i,s , Produce and Commission Jter ' "ntfor e purchase and eale of Western Ke rv ijuUer.,Clee and Dried Fruits. 4in street. Ashtabula, Ohio. Ohl ' -r ttroceriee. Crockery and tabula, door north of fie. House. Mamet. Aan- Obln. - . , . . lUT-i In J. ...riM Proviaions. Floor, rcr, Ojmcstie FraiU, Salt, .''. ,.h,,i. Ohio. f.i ... Seed. . Main .tree. n ..i..s ir Pn'k. Uatns V 1 .?d .Ut"d. of Fist Alio. . "nd. ol rd?.niii-ri Fruits and Confectionery. lie aad Ponwetie Wine. j.!l. Groceries, rnuu it L.. OBRISH Dealer in Dry Good, Boot and Shoe.. .Haw, .Cap., Hardware, Crockery. Bo...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 October 1875

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA OHIO. Friday Morning, Oct, 15th, 1875. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Brooklyn has at the present time about fonr thousand unoccupied houses. An exchange says : "What this coun try really needs is a good five-ceot ci gar." , kThe steamer Tigress, which picked up tb survivor of the Polaris, has been to tally wrecked on Entry Island. Jennie June says that tight trousers of a sinele thickness have no right to criti cise a tiRht skirt of several thicknesses. No woman with American blood cours ing through her veins will ever give up her washwoman on her day to oblige a neighbor. A Maine woman dreamed that her sis ter was run over by a railroad train, and the next morning learned that she had had twins. It is hard to tell which will bring the most pleasant expression iuto a woman's bee to tell her that her baby is heavy or her bread light The Golden Age has suspended. The material was sold by the sheriff and bought by the proprietor of the Nation- The paper will be consolidat...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 October 1875

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES. RKKD SON, Proprietors. TirBl, ti per Tear la FRIDAY MORNING. OCT., 15lb,1375 LOCAL NEWS. Local Briefs. P. M. Sexton is ezpecliui; a lot of the new postal cards. Tb ere was a heavy frost in this local! ty last Tuesday night The torse disease appears to be spread ing al! over the country. Tbe judges of tlie election worked 21 consecutive Uo'urs at the polls last Tues day, it ' ' Alert Hooknd Ladder Co.Tield a tlance at Haskell's Hill last YVetlnesJ if evening. A erand ratification meeting will soo a be held at Ashtabula bv the Republicans of the county". '. . V . Weleara that ProC Smith will receive a limited number of pupils daring the winter, in Organ and Piano music. Smith, tbe Organist, has accepted an invitation to Dreside over the organ of the Concreeational church for another year. Seventeen business firms of Conaeaut Lave areed to close their establishm ents al eight o'clock p. m. during the next six month.' ? c The machine shop of the McNutt Machine Co h...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 October 1875

mm -r : GREGORY, PRTETOE3 OP PHttNIX IRONWORKS manufacturers of UUI XNGTKKS, SHAFTING, HANGERS, PDLLEl'S, MILL GEARING M Gneral BlaeklBte CatlnK- Manufacturers of Hov? and other Harming Implements. .cuUnUy on hand sll the different lixes of Bound Iron fSOM. 1 TO S INCHES DIAMETER. GAS PIPE! M AiatfitSOPTO'THEES INCHES DI- Sr&vis and Malleable Steam Fittings, r net, of all varieties. We also haw c0 nlate rt of GAS PIPB TOOLS, w that w" K?lo4todoiUkindi of Steam Fitting, at tne vX?h?n complete stock of PLOWS, both Steal and Cast Moldboeide. PoiaU and other re pair for all the leedtaf plowl used in this aecUon aoaataatlr on hand. ail parties wanting Casting or work done to or erwlil please call at oar Works near Centre St. rowing, Ashtabula, Ohio. Pew 8TKAM KNQtSE. which we now bare in Will (! poeseaaion of the tame at once. untf TINKER & GREGORY. S031ETHING NEW! Startling but True I Present for Christmas for Krerybodr of tronble and worry of hunting for something oUabl" and at...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 October 1875

-JA8. .REED & SON", Publishers. Independent in all tilings. $2 in 'Advance ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1875. Whole Number 1346 Vol. XXVI, No. 43. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. a. C. TIBE CO- H. C. Tomb, frail aod Grain. AfrenWi fr Ajmeu awl 6 tliiioa Express Companies, aod Cleveland Her- kL UU nrHl. AttbuU. 1JU3 i-y .ftViOE dealer la choice ;riOfoierW..od Provision, also, par. Coo i facUoaarv. an. Ue Anest brand of Tobacco and ogsre. - - m a UHulnM in IVlllimfulm M PT' jkint lor we pirchase nd sale of Western Ke " U-n... Abwwc and Dried Fmita. AUin street? Aehtaoala, Ohio. 1884 . . n . A i:iSLILEfcTILEK. ueaierain r anv, .caal iJry Goods, IfanU- Groceries d CrocK Zr wfoudV New Block. Aihttlj VXlwar. Wroeeriea, Crockery and '";ASubaia, door north of Uek House. Mains'-am J ori. P"""0 'Visnf PliVfer Water. .e- 1 1 . i . m - Dn.V Um F"iU and Confection. Ale m " . . nnlMlHA. Sw!. Crockery. Book.. . DRUGGISTS. Aootuocary. and general dealer In Droits, Medi cSet Win.. anf Liq...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 October 1875

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. . Friday Morning, Oct 22nd,-1875.' Tlie official canvass of Ibevote of Cuy ahoga couurjr gives tiarwi-mjtrirr-r $.048. r ' ' .'. ; Uncle Bill Allen says be does not care a baubee for tUe office oi wotu.u.... . puWioMis H1. fbetom,lce9e ibeir rail ing as their jibes are flung at the bide of a rhinoceros. ' - William Alle has been interviewed. He takes bis defeat philosophically, and ii in his heart to say that he-is - Cini-Bu- - , glnd ao decent a man as Go 7. , Hayes was elected. - , . , i Thers are Democrats, it is said, Who are ' willing to swap off some of their leaders especially Lew Campbell, Tom Swing, Sam Cary, Ac, who are not con sidered a succes as party dictators, ' Tbe Chicaej Tribune says of the result of our e'ection "William Allen having risen up in vain, now sits down again with his old friends Noah, Sbem. Ham and Japbet. Tbe ark returns to Ararat immediately." The Democratic superintendent of one of the public institutions in Columbus....

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 October 1875

THE'TELEGRAP. '. JAMES SEES 80K, Froprletare, Torn Year la Aitaare FRIDAT MORXIXG. OCT.. 22od, 1375 LOCAL NEWS. Local Briefs. About 500 cm a day not? p w) over Uie Oil Ci'y road. It :.:i..v : A new sidewalk is being laid in front of the Opera House. Hails, by the last trains, are now re ceived here regularly. A Teaclwre! Examination w ill I beld al Jefferson, next Tuesday, Oct. 20lh t Tr" iim . altV. wnrka at tbt L. S." t Jt, S. tfepdt irVgow in working order. A reward ot 300 bas been offered by the Sheriff, for the arrest of John Keed Have maioiiir by the new o f Thurs day morning is put at 5,549. " -ee sotice. of Jforlb Ridga Vigilance ' Cowloitte tjttra Uere in this number. , , ; The fast mail 'trains have passed Ash tabula on tima every day since tbey com menced running. Thf Pittshnivb. ?xf nrxlrin ' Betted about $100. About 19 persons from Ashtabula accompanied the excursion. Strong & Manning are doing an exten sive business in the coal trade.. TfO $ fjeas :aB Constantly- e...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 October 1875

TINKERS GREGORY, PROPRIETORS OP PHttNIX ironworks manufacturer of 8TAM KNGTNE3. SHAFTING, HANGERS, PELLETS, MILL GHARISO ad General Machine Castings. Manufacture of Plows and other larming Imnlements. j. W kaep constantly on hand all U different eizes of Bound Iron ! PROM 1 TO 3 ISCHES DIAMETER. CAS PIPE! Or ALL 8IZESUP TO THEEB INCHES DI AMETER. Brass and Malleable Steam Fittings, ST sane, of all varieties. We also hare a com plets set of GAS PIPE TOO.., so that we are enabled to do all kinds of 8 team Fittings at tbe Lowest Rates. . , . . We also have a complete stock of PLOWS, bath Steel and Cast Moldboaids. Point and other re pairs for all the leading plows used in this section coostantly on hand. All parties wantin? Casting or work done to or der will please call at oar Works near Centre St. Crossing, Ashtabula, Ohio. ayWe hare for sale Cheap, one Eight Ilorse Power STEAM ENGINE, which we now have in nse. Will frive possession of the same at once. 12B7tf TINKER & GREGORY. S...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 October 1875

A .QI-1HP km LA EAPH fl DjU IP LLKJfJLJL JL MJJLJ Independent in all tilings. $2 in Advance J AS. HEED & SON, Publishers. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER r!875. Whole Number 1347 Vol. XXVI, No. 44. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. L. A , - i s r! "i. Kockwen. A A. C. Tonnes.) Whole- e and EetaU Dealers lo Groceries and Proiiou JSSS a.d Grain. A?en to A - - c- LJ n 1nmtu4. Union Krpress Mmpmra, 1MB : aid. Mali street, Ashtabula. '" aavAGB dealer In choice fectlouery, and the finest oranu. ' Cigars - j - . nr1 f'nmmiaaion MT- rve uuweru --- - liM Jain street. au"- - " . , , KTIIEa.DealerlnFancyand iSi Dry .iooda,FamilT Grooeriea, Aahtabnle, ery: Wiiuras ie 10a6 Ohio. " irocrie. Crockery and 0"Julran door north of FUk House. Mainst. aso jmj oiuo. . FoS id Groceries, Provisions Fl our, F eeo, Domestic Frolu,8m.btabula, Ohio, i.i . seeds Ae . Main streetAW',-- Lard, and all kind. fid Confectionery. Family Groceries, Frmts au 115; Ale aad Domestic Wines - . .hi(i Dealer in Dry Goods, r...

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 October 1875

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Morning, Oct 29th, 1875. Tbe proof can be furnished, s ays the Cincinnati Commerial, that the poll-books ef the Frist Precinct ot the Fourth Ward display the names of three hundred vo ters who are not resident, of the ward. The Prohibition candidate for Govern or in Ohio received 2,553 votes. Delaware county eave tbe highest number, 231. la tntv.iin counties no votes were cast Tor Mr. Odell, and nineteen others gave less than ten each. of We find among the Detroit dispatches of the Cleveland Herald, under date of the 26tn, the following : "M. Watrous & Sons, lumber manu facturers, ot Bay City, have assigned ; li abilities placed at $00, 000 ; assets, f 150.- UUO. In the Vermont Journal of March 31, 1785, there is the following epitaph on a lnwyer: Beneath thu stone lie Robert Shaw. Woo followed forty years tbe law. Ard wba be died. The devil cried, "H 1 Bob 1 giye n your paw." Greenbacks are moving steadily n p ward since the eleclion, nd h...

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 October 1875

THE TELEGRAM. JAMES REED A BOS, Proprietors. Tsrnu. Per Year la Advance, FRIDAY MORNING. OCT.. 29lU, 1375 LOCAL NEWS. Kew Subscriber. Two dollar will bs re ceived io fall payment of new subscription from tbJ( ttm to December 80181. Get Dp Your Club. The TeUgrapk wll be sent to dab of ten or more, to one address, lb 1876, st tbe"rete of (1.50 escb strictly in ad ranee and one copy to the person setting np the Local Briefs. Squirrels are unusually Dever falter or finer. plt-Diy. The L. a & M. S. pay car ptssed over tLe Franklin Division last aerk. Conneaut hospitality tarns tramps out in the morning without bnakfasL 5 The dry weather oflast week brourt the sire t sprinkler in play again. Tweniv new dwellings, have been erected in Conneaut during the present season. Alert H. & L. Co's new bouse has been completed, and a new bell has been plac ed upon in Indian summer has come and gone delicious while it lasted, it is like a tale that is told. Contractor Martin of Kellogisvillc,...

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