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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 14 March 1874

Pi ID -A TTDOOr : : : JJLJJJJ Ji JLjLJL iJL JL. : : AS. REED & SON, J-ublishers. Independent in all things. S2 in Advance. Vol. XXV, No. 11. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1874. ' Wliole -Number 1262. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Inch in space makes a Square. 1 uro. 2a 3 -a col Set ctit 1 coi. 'sqfc 4 -a.. fccol Sel rl a) J.l)i;if.lW M.UU 1.1X1! 8 UN 4.0.U Still 2 i ll .IIU S K.Uj VJU S.iatl 6UD 7.0U 4 ii 7.011 It M; liOU Week.. $1.00j.l .ui;.tw m.uu MMsi t tureens. 1.6 7.UU ":fca . S.t lnoutft . 5 SUi I5.UU 14 1 le.Oo j mourns a.!!, ...iiMI. 4 ill) a I din.mlhn .iW ujl .mil 18.m:l Oil ai 00 50.00 Suioiltns S.ii !. lli l)i4.00i!llol45.0U I4.IK) I ver .10.UUi l6.(WljU.l)l.0i)i4,Mlul&.0U IIW.OU h.ixi, a.uu' ik i imi V u.jl :.Utl' l.til'l (Ml ill uo, VLocal Notices. 10 eeuls per line. DtAttitf auu Man iaee inserted gratia. Transient Auvette-euient to be paid for invaria bly ia iivaoc. . l"e.i,-iy Brupi-m will becbargrud extra for Dn KWUlHja and other Notice, not connected wi...

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 March 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. . ASHTABULA. OHIO. Siturday Morningi.Marrl4, 1874. v The Iovra Senate lias pawed to a third reading the bill prohibiting the sale of wine and beer. Senator Brownlow, of Tenn., has had a paralytic rtroke and been un able to attend to his Senatorial duties for some time. . Mr. Monroe introduced a joint, res- olution into the House - on the 2d instu, that fear brass cannon be giv en to the Akron Soldiers' Monument fund. During the thunder shower of the 4th inst., a roan while going home, from Kokoma, Ind.,was struck by the fluid and killed, as was one of his horses, and his wife was struck blind. in winter. Senator Thurman opposed the . commitment of the Centennial bill . to the Appropriation Committee on Friday last, on the ground that to - do so would be to authorize an ap propriation, and Congress had no such power. ' The partial returns received from the New Hampshire election, which took place Tuesday, indicate that the . Republicans have lost the State. The issues ...

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 March 1874

nr.; THE TELEGRAPH JAMES RESD A SOS, Proprietor.. Tersma, Sa par Year la AeWaatre. TRAVELER'S GUIDE. ASHTABULA, TOVHOSTOWH A RmWKI B. . Leave Ashtabula. i:45 p. m., 7:13s m. Arrive at Ashtabula, 1:86 p. so., (tub p. m. lake saoex a aicsiaAi awniu baslwat. West lean Ashtabula, t:5S A. : a. k.. 11:82 A. a, 5:04 p. ., 8 A. H. East leave Ashtabula, tfcl a. bl, 1:S1 r, 4:14 r. 11:40 p. M. MO r M. runui thvutob l. s. a . a. bt. Leave Ashtabula. 8:40 A. 10 p. n. Arrive at Ashtabula, 11:10 A. ., tr a. a. YotnrasrowB dtvtsioh Lear Ashtibala, fclOr. M. -L. s. a . s. Arrive 11:15 A.M. 8L Pet. r's parish is agitating the qurs- lioa of wecting pursoDasre. The spring term of the Orwell lostitutr will brgin Taewlsy. March I7lb. X new singing book, " Songs of th Sanctuary,'' is to In? adopted hr tue Con gregatioual Church ot Jefferson. ' The tuff Griffin, now enrolled in the Eiie difcUid, is to have ber enrollment changed and hef papers taken oat from tbe Cuyahoga district- - James Williams, wbo mu...

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 March 1874

Sf US! a r f.g;..-g I - Lll Vis? 2 ' - Great Reduction ! XEW. IMPROVED j Florence , .' sewing . Machine FOB ! S4Q.OO CASH ! For particular call on or address AYER A SIM. - 12l3tf Park St., Bur Centra Su, Ashtabula, O 'The Ever Reliable Sineer: .ho 7 Sold on the most accommodating terms, by R. L.GKOVER. KingEviil., Ag'l for N. E..Ash qabna Co. O. ; : ' ft ..Sawing, Planing & Matching, '"PIIE umlersisriied having purchased L the machinery formerly used by E. A. Hitch cock, can be found at the old stand, at Centre St, R. K. crossing. ALL KINDS OF PLANING, MATCH ING, SAWING, ETC., i will be done with promptness, and at foVr living rati. nteuif H. L. WEUB. Has on hand a giod assortment or Harness of various iamds. Heavy and Light, Bin cri ami Double, of the besl workinaushii. and ma terial, lie 1b prepared to till all orders for work ol any description in nis line. ' ' - SADDLES, RIDING BRIDLES, WHIPS, . T .1 HALTERS, BLANKETS, Ac. -:He"has Just laid is a large snpply of large and me...

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 March 1874

rm A HI A TELEGRAPH. A 4 JL .1 ' "'" " ' Mil' ' 1 - - ' . ''' '' ' .... . . " TJS. REED & SOX, Publishers. Independent in all things. $2 in Advance. Vol. XXV, No. 12. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1874." . . , Whole Number 1263. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Inch 1b s pace make m Square. I u. 1H( Sens Veol Hcol xcol 1 col. Week..l.O0 1 So f i a.0u At.UO 6.tJ $.u.0u tweeds. 1.601 ""I UI -tlM 6.Uuj 7.0UI lX-UU iweeks. S-0O -5" f 6 M K.UU 8 UU 14 UU . mourn . S S.il X.U01 6.UU; 6 IM T.UU U,l 15 WJ t momhs .. 4.UU l.bl UU; li UU I5.0U Si.(si Smontas 4.0O .0U t.OGllSOU I5U0).UU, .UU BuBttU 6.UU .U.i U.OUl 18.U0; it UU 00 5U.MI aonUU S. l.0 16.UU,4 00 S Hjl-ti.Ulll S5-UU 1 nr ... lO.UU! 15.UU).UU ).OJ J 0I).UU HAI UU Local Notices. 10 cents per line. Transient Advetieenients to be paid ft luvaria ly in advance. " Yearly advertiser will be charged extra for Ws- eoluliou andotner Jiouces, not connected wrui their regular business. RniiuM.i'uiii ei rfcilara vear ner Una. Administrator...

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 March 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA., OHIO. Saturday Morning, Mar. 21, 1874. A shrewd Yankee sprinkled corn on the ground under his plum trees, which induced the chickens to scratch. This was done "every mnminsr and the curculios were 0 caught and the crop was good. Weston Powers, son of Hiram Powers, the celebrated sculptor took a plaster cast of the face of Mr. Sumner, after his death, so the ex act lineaments of the "Father of the Senate" will be preserved for future generations. The second death in the Con stitutional Convention took place on Friday last. Hon. Edmund Smith; of Sidney, Shelby county, falling dead at his boarding house. He was in his seat at the Convention all day. Apoplexy is supposed to be tne cause. The English war in Ashantee has terminated; the King of Ashan tee agreeing to pay the English government fifty thousand ounces in gold, and to relinquish his coast po sessions, to open a road from Coo massie to the River Prah, to prohib it human sacrifices, and to kep the peac...

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 March 1874

JAMES REED & SON, Proprietor. Terms, .-4 ii'il&imiiipnfa. SATURDAY MORNING,-MAR. 21, 1874 TRAVELER GUIDE. ASBTABrLA, TOVKC.STOW.N HTBKJ68 . Leave Ashtabula. 43 p. m., 7:1S . m. Arrive at Asatnbola, 1:35 p. m.. KS p. m. LAKX SEOftK & KICHiOAS. SOCTHSRX BAH-WAY. Wkst ieaxc Afbtabeia, 5S a. 8:30 A. s H: A. . 8.-M J". 6 a A- . East leave Ashtabula. kOi A. 1:81 : 4:14 r. .. U:48 . . "1:50 P. . " r&AXKIJX T1IVBUOS L- - M. B. ET. . Leave AefetAboU. : A. 7:50 . . -. arrive at. Ashtabula, ll:aOA. ., 8:85 a. m. iTOtrKSSTOWK DIVWOK- iieave Ashtabula. 6:10 r. . -t. a. a . e. x "Arrive 11 :15a.i To Advertisers. iParit-i'-is-liiui; ? insert llieir busin ss cards in lie new lioi.l registers that .axe beiug0lon"cp ai the Telegraph Office, can iloj'jfl'r. PP'Vi!.4 , before , 2 P. M-SulurKj-, Jiarch L'lsi: .Only a limited number vill.be n-ct iw4i. ' I " -; 'Yesl -Yes!- , - "' - : Gilmao has murlej a barber aiiop in tlie bastment 'gf TBruce'a'iilock. . J Mr. ;j. A-AVnxrxHS has resigned...

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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 March 1874

f , -VfE-cRir awiaaBoswewijY iiratial Thousands pi-ocmm ix xgab Bitters the ruost wonderful In vigorant that ever sustained the sinking system. No Person can take these Bitters according to directions, and remain I0115 unwell, prorided their bones are not de stroyed by mineral poison or other, means, and vital organs wasted bevtmdt repair. Bilious, Remittent and Inf-er-mitteirt Ferers, which are so preva lent in the valleys of our great rivers throughout the United States, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio. Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland. Arkan sas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Kio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ko anoke, James, and many others, witli their 'vast tributaries, throughout our entire country during the Summer and Autumn, and remarkabl)- so. during sea sons of unusual heat and: dryness,: ar ' invariably accompanied by extensive de rangements of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. la their treatment, a purgative, exerting .-a pow e...

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 March 1874

ASHTABULA TELEGRAPH TjS. REED & SOiST, Publishers- Independent in all things. " 32 in Advance; Vol. XXV, No. 13. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1874. Whole Number 1264! 4 iiAx'iis Ot" AU vfciil'lsLNG. ' One Inch la space mike Square. . 1 hi- isqs 3 .m)s kil Hcl C4I 1 coi. Week..l ou, -I f .i,4.ou 4.UU ..() S II.U i.UUi 3i .H 4 0" (im ltd ,4TeK . utouta . - I1U I5UU .. i.UU 50 x5.(. I00.UL itAll S.iU, 6UJ TOD .!. 4.uu 7.0 1 Soidliuo I5.0U 1 ai.Miiue s.nu i BUHIU 4.11 i.UUj S.llUj I 00 15 00 fel.ut 6 m..auie 6..W tl.p il 'Jiij 18 mil .Ojuii uuuias .' la.Oii ltiou.lM UU34.JU 45.UUI 1 year ... 10.UU IS.Ul;-.tMlO ,).UU4j U J.VUU, Local Notices. 10 cenU per liue. -Oealu aiifl Aian iagee luferled gratis. Transient Advetireuieiits uj oe paid fcr imaria ly in advauee. Yearly advertisers will lie charged extra ftir.PI oiutiou and iKber Nuticea, nut connected will, Jicir regular tmeinrsa. Busiue ard. $i dullara rear per Ub. Adiniuistralurs' and fcxeculorn' .oli--e charged t- All oili...

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

ners of gentlemen. At least it k either artists op artisans,..! don't, know which- . j As Bash handed his mother a clip i of tea, he said in a low voice, "Now mother isn't it better to be a first- j rate carpenter than such a poor pro- j fessor as I should have made. "I don't think you would have failed at anything," she answered. liut the squire nesruuci nug"- ed. " ' UI don't know about that," says he; 'many a good mechanic is spoiled to make a poor professional man. It's far better to be sure the work is vonr own work, and it's the best of its kind, - than to be a notional abont the kind of work. And. by the by, Ho ratio, here's a bit of spending money for you, and 111 come round to-morrow and get a receipt iu fulJL. So ended the royal evening. Next day, the squire called round, and pro posed that Rash should go to New York, and study with an artist friend of his, who was also an architect', for a year. : Didn't he jump at the chance ? As for the envelope, it had a check for a th...

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 March 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES REED & SON, Proprietors. Terms, tt per Tear In Aetranre. SATURDAY MORNING. MAR. 28. 1874 TBAI KLEU CCIDK. ubtiicu, YoCHerruml rtrrscBB a. a. ; Leave Ashtabula. 45 p. m,7:U. m. Arrire at Aahtabal, l:aj p. m-tcie p. m. uu nou nauu niimM unwtT. - WcsT-leave Ashtabula. tU A. a., 6:30 A. a.. - 11:33 a.' a., B."j4 r. a., 5 88 a. M. r . East leave Ashtabula. fcuS a. , 1:S1 r. a 4:14 r. a., 11:40 r. a. 7:50 r a. rUHKUR DTTtSIOK I . 4 a. . BT. ' Leave Ashiabula. IC40 a. a., 7:50 r. a. Arrive t Ashtabula, 11:10 a. a., : a. a. ' YOCN68TOWH MTttlOM U l.tLL Lure Ashtabula. 8:10 . Arrire 11:15 a.m. ADfEKTlsfcRS Take NOTICE- Alter Ibis dte no sterrlype or eli-cirolyf- ni verliseni"nia w i!l be inserted in the lei egraph unless cast on a solid metal body Ashtabula March 26'h 1874 Grand Rivet Institute ope..ed its Spring Term with 160 pupils. The School exaniiiinlinri w ill close with Fridij of yie preseut week. " ' Me. Frank J. Wise, of Cleveland, is spendiui...

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 March 1874

1 I hSi' ItsSVVIV ' f -w'f'A 2 , IV ffS. - 'C'riJ I STT ' - - : Grateful Thousands proclaim Vrsr egas Bitters the most wonderful In- rigorant that ever sustained the tinting system. No Person can take these Bitters according to direction, and remain long unwell, provided their bones are not de stroyed by mineral poison or" other means, and vital organs wasted beyond repair. Bilious. Remittent and Inter mittent Fever?, which are so preva lent in the valleys of our great rivers throughout the United States, especially . those of the Mississippi, Ohio. Missouri, Illinois, 1 eimessee, vuiuuerianu, .ai aau sas. Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Peart, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro anokey 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 dryn ss, ai-e ; invariably accompanied by extensive de ' rangements of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. In their treat...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 4 April 1874

... - - j . ' - ; , ....... j ' ' ' ' '.:....;. TAJ&. REED & SOIST,. iPubUshers. Independent in aU things. , ' - . 82 in Advance. -v t.r. t"; - . j . . ... . .... . ... ... .. Vol. XXAr, No. 14. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 18 74. 1 ' Yliole Xnmber 1265.. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Lnth I spaoe stake Square. 1 ). S1.0II. 1.50, s.oo S.&l . 4.00 6.00 ' 6.IKI io.uo! 8 sqs M'col &col coi ft VI 3.00 S4.U0 tti.lio 1 col. Week.. lwces . -.sreetts . : . mnura . t muutns 5 mtintns 6 months 9 mualh 1 yr ... f 1 . t.u.OO .IW, i.5ti! S.U0 4.IIU, K.IW' V.Ui lS.Ot" 15.UU 8 UO 4.UO &.UU 7.UU 4.M)j 6U0 6Uu g.OH IX. UU 14 in is.ou .ou l.00 60.IU 5 Mt t(M 7.011 (.Oil; T.Oi' 9 (; I UOi 15.0U; (. UU 151M KI It.m 18.110 il Oilkii OO, 1S.UU,j!4.UU !I4 ("'.j ao.nu! .(; 4U O0.j5.UUi H6.0U 100.00 Local Notice. 10 cent per line. v T)Kih. anil Mart ia?t inserted gratis. Transient Advc-tieemenls to be paid for invaria blrtfradraiictf. Yearly advertisers will he charged extra for Dis s...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 4 April 1874

much thai engrosses the imagination of every student, and fondly lingers in the memory of manhood, aad ur vives tc the last chapter of old age. If the literature and history of ancient Rome were blotted out of our educa tion, what a woful blank they wu leave in the memory of every intelli- man or ooy, J. M. THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Saturday Sforairg. Apr. 4,1874. Some doubt has been expressed in regard to-the last report of Dr. LiV- innp'apath; bat it .must, give way"befortT the announcement that the' remains"" of the great' explorer arrived at Aden, in Egypt, whence- they will be taken to Eng land .! ' : a" itntnnnicntion was received from .the Auditor of State in re spouse to a resolution of inquiry of the House as to whether any reduc tion of State levies can be safely made this year-- The Auditor says no uch reduction is possible in view of the present large expenditures au thorized by law, without creating a deficiency in the Treasury as to the school' fund and sinking 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. — 4 April 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES EKED SON, Proprietor. Tanas, S3 par Tnr ta SATURDAT MORNIKO. APR. 4.-3 TRAVELER' ACTABtrLa, TOOeTOW f J laBOBaa . Urn Ashtabnla, 45 p. n., 1:13a. at. -Arrive at Ashtabula, lu p. m- p - . . n . mmswu&av MlTlfU tllLVlT. fm-lore Ashtabula, kSS A. -, :I0 A. -, U:U A. : P. M.. S.S A. luT-jan Ashtabula. M A. M., I'M r. . 4:14 r. M., 11:40 r. TOO r . nmui MT1MOB I ... BY. Leave Ashubcla, A. .. tM r. . Arrive at Ashtabals, A. M., H5a. M. iociibw mBHM . ... Lwtc AsbubaU, :10 P. M. Arrive 11:15 a. i Adtiktiseri Take Notich. Alter tbi die no stereotype or el.-ctrotyp ad Trrtioement will be inserted in the let tgraph unless cist on a aoliti metal body. Asbtahut Marrh 26ih 1874. Spring Kii-cuon n Monday, April Otb. The M. E- church aocial Intel place on thia Friday eyt-niriJ: 3d. Mr. Merbiah'i new atore U now occu pied by her millinrry business. J. C. Culvkb, baa n tuied to tbe land lordship of the National Hotel at the Station. Tbe trustees on Monday last elected Onpt S...

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

Wr's California Vin egar Uitiers are a purely Vegetable preppration, mtnk- chiefly from t!;e na tive herbs found on the lower r.uijres of the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor nia, the medicinal properties of which rerexlracted therefrom without the use of Alcohol. The question is almost 'flariyTask'ed,' " What is the cause of ITic unparalleled success of Vinegar Bit ters P Our answer is, that they remove the cause of disease, and the patient re cover his' health. They are the great blood purifier and a. life-giving principle, Aipcifect 'Kenovator and Invitforator of the system. . Never before in the historr . of " the world has a mcdicineXieen compounded possessing the reinarkablo qualities ul 'TIsegar Bitters in healin? the sick of every disease man is heir to. They irrd - gentle' Purgative as well as a Tonic, Telieriiig Consrestion or Inflammation of the Li1 And Visceral Organs, in Bilions :VThe properties of Dr.. Walker's XlKKGAR UiTrfcRS are Aperient. Diaphoretic, Carminative....

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 11 April 1874

TAB TJS. REED fc SON, J-ublishers. Independent in all tilings. $J in Vol. XXV, No. 1 5. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1874. Wliole Number J 1 J. y A LJ ATES Or Villi lisl.V One Inch iu space makes a Square. 1 q. t sos 3 -q- U "1 Sf1'' Jtfcol 1 col. Week . 1 UU I J su' 'iu', '" f" we.s. i.Sil ion. Huu 4-U.i; 5.lj J.iw, D mu. -iH 1"u: 6,l,l IK"' tntinro . .ou; 5 !; 6 Mt 7.11 S.lkJ 15(111 i in.mihs a.nu 8 'il. mills 4.UI 4.0.1 7.01, UOI 12 OU IX.UU i:..i; h.iki, is 110 i.i mi im 9 u ;1 ' ); IK ml 21 Mij r Oil' m .nllis 6.H0. .uouths s.i (ill. II X year ... IQ.OIIl la.UI -.1' l)l:t.IKI4 Uul5j.H0' IKvl.uo U.IH ISIKI-il Oil :J2 iKJ 1 45.(1 ! X5 10 Local Notices. 10 cents per line. bc-ubs and vlaniages iuerted gratis. Transient Advetisemenfs to bt paid for invariably In advance. Yearly advertisers will be charged extra for Ois solutiou and other Noticed, not connected with their regular business. Business "ards, 1 dollara year per line. Administrator' and Executors' .Votbvs charged ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 11 April 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA.. OHIO Saturday Morning, Apr. 11, 1874. Even in Mexico au act like ".hat commited by the Catholics upon the the American missioiwrr-tpvtns cannot escape iiiiiiIiiicnt. The priest who piomptcl the immler is on trial for his life, an.l six -f the mob that did the work have been con deinued to denth. On Monday the President sent to the Senate the name of John W. Al lerrfor reappointment as Postmaster of Cleveland. Mr., Allen is an old respectable citizen, a capable officer, and we presume his'reapintnient will be very satisfactory saving to those personally interested. TheSamana Hay Company is re ported collapsed, and the President of the Dominican Republic, on the failure of the company to make the annual payment of 150,X0, on the 25th ult. promulgated an official decree resuming authority by the government over the territory and appointing officers in charge. A settlement was completed April 6, between the Northern Pa cific Railroad Company and the es tate of...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 11 April 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES BD SON, Proprietor. Term, t per Tear la A4tkc. SATURDAY MORNING. APR 11.137 TRAVELER' GUIDE. 4SHTABULA, TOCXOSTOVH PTTTaCe B. B. Leave Ashtbla,45p. m.. 7:13 a. m. Arrive at Ashtabula, l:H5 p.mB:p-m. LAX NOU WCBIBAB SOCTKK BAD-WAT. vTasT leave Ashtabula, 4:53 a. at., " " 11:8 a. a., 6:04 r. .. 6.85 A. . East lea Ye Ashtabula. ua a. ., 1: r. 4:14 P. ., 11:40 P. X. 1:80 tr pbaxkur nrruioK L- ... bt. Lh-to Aehtabula. 0 a. ., 7 JO p. m. Arrive at Aehtabula, H:0a. B..&-SA. b. iockmto nirnneii u . . . Leave Ashtaiwt. 6:10 P. M. Arrive 11:15 a.b AdvktkK Take Notick. Alter this dale bo liriotype or eli-ctrotyrH!- ad vtrtisemeDiB will be Juserltd in llie 7el egraph unU-ss cast on a solid uietal body. AslilnbuU March 26ili 1874. Sin. F. S. Hekdry. lea last Wedcnsdny morning lor Washington, D. C. New Coaches arc soon lo replace hi ones now in uw on Hi- Qi' rHr Road. All ili ni ur ix-n. lu to- county wiih ihv rxc-mion of the Telegraph n Beared List w.xk with -Patent Oats...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 11 April 1874

jTC XVvsr ''XrSyn5'v'--'-ViiVx?5 l 5-tUREKI ' 1C ir Dr. J.tYVftU ilifornia Yin- rr IKiiprV ii-.c a 'vdrdly pK'lHttKioi,5rJ-(i"PlietIy from tbe na ! th e herbs iou.nl on the lower nana ' of tbe.SiernrXevatt mountnins of Calj tor-. nia.the mediriiuil properties of tfe" ?i rt(it6ieVpfrora -witlhmt -the ufee, of AicoboU.Tlift. question u 'ablest. daily asked, "What the cause or tte usparnllBled pticocs? of Vi.vf.GR 15IT- teks Our answer is, that they remove tbe cause of disease, and tbe patient re-. His JliesUtli. Jhef are ;the mot Hli Wi puriifor and a life vin?pnnciple, r .1.. .r.ifim vpvpr Deiore m I . knrnm in Thfl history df '-ie world has a compounded powering tbe wmA able - BUiou, TixEiis Bittkrs are Aperient, Diaphoretic Carminative. Xutritaow, Lwative Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-irritant, Sudonfic, Altera tive, ari-BHiops- -., . .! - r) JHdeftti Thousand proclaim Vpr. rnAR Fitters the most wonderful In- riecirant that ever guBtained the sinking system. No Person can take these ...

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