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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 21 April 1876

. or Greenbacks. nun The .Great;; Question! T the Politicians, bntl. -these rt le.es the twUM of greatest oM away M How Can Money be Saved ? AND EXPENSES REDUCED? While my jond neighbors were auklnr their tre BMaauos pe.rcbaee, toyiur ail la Bankrupt Buieaa ta hew Vara. I ccedcel ia securine; BBM BtAt, B A. MAIMS, taking OOl THEBEST GOODS, .elicited pereosslly. elded T fcreenbscks and tua( experteue. TkM4tMr errlrtoy, (tally and are on exbibitiua AT THE OLD STAXDT BOTH ! THE OUTSIDE AST) INSIDE, M the nil It? o( the toad will stsad the tart ol daylight. It ta IfH tbat pood an vary cheap, ant goous are aar cvea waca . far every seaslbie persoa knows that XIX Ho pernne fUw eaa'l e bvuet ta any aysraes fee ta arica of bran, aad wcea ana price l aaal, ia pretty nn to ba ana, aad poor at that. My Stoc is Full and Complete -la . . " - - STAPLE & FANCY DRV GOODS ! DRESS' GOODS, ," .. TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, KNIT GOODS;: - BOOTS, SHOES ? ' AND RUBBERS. A Cosrt arisen -of Qnality and Pri; 3 ...

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 April 1876

ASHTABULA iTELEGBAlffi iocJ"rrtj:-1 J AS. REED & SONi Publishers- Iridepetident in all things S2 in. Advance ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 28,1876. Whole NumlDer 1373. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MKKCIIAXTS.- M.-. Tw-ETRSS fm.i (H. Toinbes, I K. Rockwell A. U Tombo,) Wholesale and Retail .Dealers IB Groceries and ProvitnA " r ruitsand Grain; AceoLKr AinericaiiijKnd VmoQ Enures Companies and Cleveland Hc!4, Main street, AnlitaooU, O. V-'".. A . H. at B. T. MT ieK. fei"5- to Jf uni;ucgcwiatl Provisions; also, pore Coiiisotionery. and the nneM nuidtv! to baoco end ClS'nrs. , uut- . B. WEa, Pmrtuce and v.mmllon Merchant for trie Turche sad trn ReTT Ba!.tr.lheeend Dried F'. Main street, Abtiibaht. Ohio- , CiHHHIITVie,lll !n Kancy aud Kwple J rv Gv. Family Uroeertesana Ohio. - - : - J - - r (ILI8T PJSKBT, Jler In Dry Groceries. Crockery and uUssware, next door north of Kiak ifoaiie, Maiu street, Ashta-bota, Ptiio. ''' ,"' 1 jTn. F4CIKNKH lf..Dali. l Groceries, Provisions, Hour, reed, froreix...

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 April 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA.. OHIO. Friday Morning, Aprfl 23th, 1876. The feeline i the U. & Seiata It decid edly adverse to submitting to a2 the ab sudities proposed by the Honae in jt he name of economy. . f J.X The Democratic Doorkeeper of the House feels called upon to publish a card, deny ing that he has ever been in btate a prison. The Independent greenbackers of Indi ana art thorn in the flesh fo; the straight out Democracy. They are spoiling for a fight, and threaten to smash things. It is a OaOiytUTiuwi uuuse. , ; ' i ! j The Washington Etpuliitan tavs the absenteeism "prevailing among Uii llepub- llcan members of the investigating commit tees of the House begins to attract atten tion. - The reason for this is, w persume, because of the farcical character of most of the investigations. Boston, supposed to be the special strong hoii of Blaine, is moving off in the organ ization efBristow clubs. The new move ment W reported to have a respectable fal lowing, . both in numbers...

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 April 1876

tnir telegraph: JAMES REED A SON, PnoMlXTons. Tiriu, i pnr Irr la FEIDAY JIORXLVG. APUIL 28htv18?8. LOCAL NEWS. Local Briefs. ( Trot out the street sprinkler : Council meet next Wednesday even- " r v ,. . , i r- -i 1 " The cold wind and heavy nigbt frosts awaken some solicitude about the lata of . fruit.' -rJostk .Richards, will row tie found at the room recently vacated hj Pr. Wsllaoe, ' in liedhead'a block. . .... ''We were favored with a call, last week, "cj the sditor of the Medina Gazette. -..... Tae Ce&neant firemen are out i a ne uniform, and the Reporter aayi they make a Use appearance. Our young frietuL Buckler Holmes, of Younsrstown. has joined , the Benedictine racks and made hi bridal trip.. The strikers have not yet gone to work. The eeow Conklwft". awaiting a oargo of . c44 ?asJpaSi4 it 'r tte' ' ' Hi. Geo. C Eubbard has been suffer- ine fro what we wn4erst4 lo fce neural ria in the head. Within a day or two hi sjptomggriu&idto ad$b& JPBansoW faroraUe, - Th...

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 April 1876

Gcld or Greenback. t - r - - t The4 Great Question 1 YV.il S.V-'i ' f the Politician bntto ""J"' tbe qnealioa of greatest moment W many : : .'. l J ' : TT Ifniiou Via Qvrn'v 0 JiUVV Villi XU.UUOJ WO )JiilbU i AND"EXPENS3 EEDUCEO? While my good neiehbors were making their tre meadoua purchases, baying all U Bankrupt Blocks In New York, I succeeded la aecanug KIU: Blal. liUllIti taking Oalw : THE BEST GOODS, , solicited personally, aided bJ greenbacks and - hmg experience. These rood are now arriving daSrr and are on - . . - - exhibition AT THE OLD STAND, BOTH OS THK OUTSIDE AND INSIDE, , a the qnality of tbe gosda will stand the test. o '. f daylight. ....... It Is trne that goods are very cheap, bat torn goods are de-r even when . for every sensible person know that XAi 8 perune flour can't be bonffht la any aiarket for the price of bras, and wuea bran pr ice paid, it Is pretty sure to be bian, and poor at that. My Stock is Full and Complete -In , t - : '- " STAPLE1' FANCY , ' DRY G...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 May 1876

JA8. JRKED; & SOIST, Publishers ' Independent in all tilings S 2 in - .Ad vane e Vol'. XXVII, No. 18. ASHTABULA, OHIO, vRID AY, MAY 5, 1876; t v Whole Ntimber 1374. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. ft. C. XXMKB TO., (S. C Tonabea, L. E. Rockwail A. C Tombe,) Whoiealend Retail Dealers In Grooerie and fmvUlona. Fruits end Grain- Agent for Amerlcaiijfcnd Union toxpress Cotujianie aud Cleveland Herald, Man street, Ashtabula, (X. , 1 A.n. B. , . VA5S,I!elerslnCholoe F uuilv tirouoriwfcoa I'mvisioii: also, pure Ounincuoaw y. ami tbe finest braaoa of ' To- beocoand t'itfrs.- IS. wetL, Prodooa and Commission Merchant lor toe purr haMud sat of " em Reserve Btiuer Cheeseand Ired FnJUa, Msin utrwi, AtouAiih. onto, r ia;. and R It? iood. family Orocerte and Ohio. li5 CILEBT JPKBStV, Dealers la Dry Goods, OrowrlM, Oakery and Gliwware, next dor north of flmfc House. Main trt, Asbtiuia, Ohio. , , , ' i. m. ETAl'LK; . Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Ktwr, Keed, orcica and Domwtlc Frutu, Halt, K...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 May 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Horsing, April 5lht 1876. Rates at Buffalo on coal to Chicago were, on the first, from 25 to 30 cts. The public debt statement for May fig ures out ft reduction of $5,781,181 during the month of ApriL The persistency of the allied foroes-the Democrats "and-the whisky ringsters-in "Smashing Bristow" to" one of the signs of the times. - " The President and lady left Washington last Friday for the Centennial grounds, and were escorted through the buildings by President Hawley. After a thorough discussion of the sub ject, the Board of Trustees of the Ohio Wesleyan University, at Delaware, decided, on Friday last, to open the school to female students. ' The choice of Arkansas Republicanism is for ilorton, though the candidates are, not so instructed. The colored element in the convention were in faror of such in struction. Ben Butler received one vote for dele gate from Massachusetts to the Cincinnati Convention ; necessary to a choice, 4S5. A conf...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 May 1876

TUE'TELEGRAPII. JAMES KEEP 4 BOS , Pkoprtctobs. Trn. i r Year la FRIDAY iiOKXIKCJ, APRIL 5th, 1876. LOCAL NEWS. TTTT The Main street sprinkler commence Derations last. VTe4uesa J"-; ...U' -TaeWneil met .1 Wednesday eve ning.''' For proceedings see another column. BnJ' Katjenia Beak fa about ready for eeeu- Prof. 'A. been "engaged 1 "as 'teacher ot the Mikical Union. .. .-." - - "v t The new silver coin has made it aj- pearance here, and script is gradually dis- preirin&Wi. V: i'.V?.,-v George Stere is to open up a cigar and confectionery store in the building recent ly occupied by. Sbef pari Si napyf f I f The'erigiueers have been over Prospecl street and driven their stakes, and are about reaJj'ToftKrpicic aim Representative Howland. mayi found thi 11 otfuk "ready lo vindicate the rights of any who may need his services. As coin is to be our circulating medi um instead of the Ala-plaster -fiuctions. purses and leatber bags will be in demand. oDentJl for selnisrSIonday excursion...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 May 1876

Gold Greenbacks Icila.tiai 1 Thisls The Greair Question! hard times the i in roiuicimt, i - - i aaestioa of frtaieat moment to reasj " How Can Money be Saved ? AJfD EXPKKSBS E EDUCED f While my good aeltbora were miVrinf their tre meadoDS pnrchies, bnying ail toe iankrep Blocks la Sew York, I ancceede la aaeaiing aome aaai. usuim, taking oalr -- TIIEJBEST GOQIIS; ".21 aoUcUed parsonally. aided By grsctt" , . . - -5Xhibito " t-( c AT THE Oil) STAND, 1 BOTH OS THB prrsiD A3rt I IXSOE as the aaalltv of the eoeie 1U stand the tetoi " , . dajlight. v. . that nwds are Terr cheap, bat some goods are dear area wien J w , .h.1kim nMn knnwt that XXX Sn ner&ne (Toor can't be bought in any niarkat for the price of bran, and when bran price is paid,il 18 pretty sore to oa ur&u, ami m. - My Stock is FuHlnd Complete -ln- STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS ! DRESS GOODS, " TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, KNIT GOODS, - , BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS. A Comparison of Quality and , ' Price is Solicited.; . ' i t I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 12 May 1876

A J AS. REED & SON, Vol. XXVII, No. own Publishers. 10. v-i-Kl-.1T 'ilit: n! -r:i:iiit.!:i .;'!' .'!! lis . . - . . !-.r .iHa:J.:.-i Ji.i-a - i .i".lJ J U ILiJrk U V' iirtrolrili Man i-i-n'i JMVII! ;l; tit -!...!l :1T .!!.. t Independent ASHTABULA, OHIO, wi l"'1' I,:tait 1 i i n.ii! rr tJtJi ,-.'! wi'f r ra- imn bi m in' all tldngs. FRIDAY, MAY itn ' xljM- .! r f lit .1 i"rf I ! vnh'l o) Io-a!i'( iii-'Mil suisniiJ mus-'Yl Til r-lf r ,n ..l! m t,.i'-vini'01 1f!i1 TT)V9 avail clni;-!i('.ii lilil UilJ ,7-i jKjvIsajiisi't 12,: 1876. tnirrH Ij.i-in-I ,viiinonp"l siiitiiiJ i.ilt ' Tn!iiiiiiT n-i I.na ' hi ;;!. l. r,xl.kd oil IMI-' 9rt!ii dl J- JKsMWait lid:?." hA-uim.:i , ; -'M nrm. Tho i i-.i .ii(iaho:ij:it sht .OHIO .AJTj;i.TII2A Hi Ir-tiiiitiHrj lo ji!ai-5-a n t'jh ked im!I odj lo ,Ti-tyi r:ljtoiH .noi;::.oi ii:( n-ivr ot I'9 i fL'.".trfod ?r.A ittoni J-jifutt nA. lo --tu Li.ii-.O ci! Xi! lsi ill-sll virofw-jre iy-vwt il ,RI 1 lo rjnp-.nt 01:1 r.i -i''-?f -Mli-iil 1 ..f . . ..T -nu...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 12 May 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Morning, May 12th, 1876. On aooonnt of continued ill I aJth Speaker Kerr, of the House, Lbs determin ed to resign las position. An indictment has been found aj; inst ex-Secretary Belknap by the Grand Jury of the District of Columbia, for accepting a bribe while in office. - In order to relieve the small change fam ine tie Secretary of the Treasury bas con sented to pay small checks on the Treasury and salaries of Government employees in silver. - r- y i ' s " Georgia's Representation in the National BepnblicanXonveBtioa is mixed, there be . iag 13 white and 9 colored delegates, st&nd - ing Blaine, 8; Bristow, 6; Morton, 5; . Conkling,8. '::' The natural thing for the Confederate Congress to do is to investigate the con duct of the war for the Union. As ths Con feds went under, there is, without doubt something wrong about it. - . Piper the belfry murderer has, the dispatches hare it, confessed- his guilt in j the case of the young girl, and...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 12 May 1876

THE "TELEGRAPH: JAM Ki3 RKED ft POX, PaoPRiETORS. rorma. il per Year la 4rtnf. FRIDAY M0RS1XG, APRIL 6th, 1878. LOCAL NEWS. Local Briefs. The council meets next Wednesday evenins. The three-story addition to Hitchcock's shop is about ready for oocupancy, Part of Forenaueh's Show on its i way to Cleveland-spent last Saturday night here. Ifr. Geo. C. Hubbard, who has been jine so low since our lat issue, contin nes is a critical state. Fickinger's carriage manufactory i in running order and orders will be receiv ed and filled with promptness. Mr. Ilarvev E. X'ann has changed his residence to Cleveland, whew he expects follow the confectionery business. to The residence of our former townsman, Wm. Xettleton. of St Paul was burned on Sunday last. Loss, (20,000; insurance, (3,000. ' . ; ' . , - , .' Mr. 3. A. Davidson, Printer, delivered .a temperance lecture in Conneant on Mon day last, which brought out a lull noose, and gave general satisfaction. . j Mr. J. C Case, of Kingsville, purc...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 12 May 1876

Contraction, or f i-n Inflation! r acid Vi k ? - 0T -1 - Greenbacks.' This is The Great Question! .. Politician, bat in the tard tie Jiok gr-wt -omen, w w - How an. Money ba Saved ? -AXB EXPENSES REDUCED f While my -rood neiehbor. were maklair mend.. pareh, h,u? ,D.LLHii ianDB block I Kew York, I ucceId in euru.B some iL BtaaAiK.,tk:iiB oolr ; , TEE BEST GOODS, .. AT THE OLD STAND, BOTH tS THK OUTSIDE AND INSIDE, as the qulitj of the goods "iU stand the test,. It U true that goods tr Tery chesp, i. good are detx even wnea bst Kv1r.Waf.ndlo.tthat. . , My Stock is Full and Complete in - '. STAPLE & FANCY DRV'GOODS DRESS GOODS, - ; TRIMMINGS, ; v.:;!. ' ' ' NOTIONS, KNIT GOODS, ' , "BOOTS, SHOES - ' '; AND RUBBERS. . rt..l!w ortrl A UOmpariSOIl Oi V; ' ' -n - Blii-f-a'" - Oct. 14, Vf!. EU U MORRISON.. 1W Kiln-drizdi All Tine jyporf $1.75 to 32.25 - - - j. ,c. ..JEii' - XHE SubscrTberbeing convinced the necessity of slow priced door. hM made tof anush them at the shov Astonishing Lo...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 19 May 1876

ni7? T':- Independent in all tilings S3 in -A.dvancoT JA8. REED&SON, Publishers. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1876. Whole Climber 4 3 70. Vol. XXVII, No; 20. ; QpfA'Wf TLA - ;...i;v:-sx -ti--s i-vt l?i!I Wifi BUSINESS DIRECTORY. II C. T:W RKtt fO.. (H. C. Tom bee, L. K Rockwell A. V. Tombe,) Wholesale and Keb.il Ueaier in tjrocerles and lrovi!io, Lv.nr.in.innin' A vent for AiuertofcnjBJo T'nioa Express Com ipauies ana Aslitabuia, O. U . Herald. Main street. A.M. K. W.VeK,DeleinChrff FamiiyGrocerlesand Provisions; "J"O.P"r OoniecJoiiery, aud the aueal braud of To- bacro an J 1tr;v 11 "-3 " ' . ... .?V : XjzL!ZJlil sale of WeV ern Reserve Butter Chee-" and Dried Fruits, ill 1 1 II BUPCTn J " - 1 . u , . a. TVLlH.Dmln'l" Fancy Ohio. I II KY PKRUV. Dealers in lry ",T.Il GroS-rle.. v,-fc.-ry atrijllaasware. mVsYdoor north of Fit Ho-, Mau. at reel. Ashtabula, Ohio. , i (IS. FAFLKNKR !:. Dealer In Grr.e.. r-rovMous, Ktonr. Feed, Koreieu and Imestic Fruit, halt. Hah, '"' Water-Lime....

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 19 May 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA.. OHIO. "1 Friday Horning, 17 Ti! The question of Fitxhugh, the Cciifedar ate Doorkeeper.hM nsolved itself into one of signtion, expaLsion, or inves tigti- Tbe royal Bengal tigsr can onoeBore rownthroogh his native jangk -without fear. ThPriaoeofWIe.hrriTedin England--' JVi -J. - - " ITKee't last hope is gone.. The Presi dent tee finally determined to erant no par donfcb'ses ol H,K Majre, or Avery, rhwcl08688?!1?15?: The leading European powers are hur rying frigates and iron-clads to the Helles pont, ostensibly: to protect? the Christians from Turkish outbreak. It looks Tery much as though the real purpose was to be on hand at the slicing op of the remnant of the Ottoman "Empire in Europe. The Powers have a great fondness for Christians but they prefer a whole province ot them at a time. - ... . . , ' The demand ol the Peoria Presbytery, El., that the church at Henry dispense with the pastor services of Glendenning : hasten nwith a fUt reful by the brents o...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 19 May 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. JAKES BFXD ft SOX, Pr.orKl cross. F2IDAT 2402XIXG, MIT 19th, 1874. LOCAL NEWS. LOCAL NEWS. Local Briefs. A soldiers reunion will be held t Con- neaul ob the 13th proximy. ' The new pleasure boats of Landlord Adams at the Harbor are highly apprecia ted and well patoonued. " . -Some ooe might become a benefactor of hit rsoe aad do tomething for the tame of the Congregational Church by lopping off that fallen branch across the sidewalk on the west side of the church. Xr. Charlei Collins, of Cleveland has recently purchasf! cf Mr. Albert Harmon, the old fcootAtd house, barn and 17 acres of land attached on the corner di rectly opposite the park, at East Village. Hitchcock's factory has been supplied with a new return floe boiler,of considerable size . Its dimensions are length 12 feet, and diameter, 4 feet, with 140 two inch flues The thing is something of an experiment. Capt. Dan Mitchell lost horse on Sunday last. - It was a ease of self-destruction horse-suicide. While...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 19 May 1876

CARPETS. 5 p.LEyV.lB i'10 CKI Its I have now on hand st& choicest Stock targes' l VbaVe ever shown my cMtomers "'"'"',.. The style, of ' BOD BRtTSSELS, CQIC, ; TIlilKE PLTS, are ) I fine u can be foand In an market. '"i. Splendid Line of CJ3a.o,x Good. 3peclal prices to out-of-town customers. . ITHIEL STONE, Sml300 - 215 Superior SL, ClevelahdLOhio. Hydro Carbon Blacking Best Article for Leather ' ever made. It i Warranted TO SOFTEN. PEESEBVE, BLACK, POLISH .-. i- : j MAKE PLIABUS all kinds of Leather needing any or all . - ... - uiese quiuiuvs. jjar sale by all reliable dealer. SMITH 4 STEOG. proprietor and Jianuiacturera. Asbtebnla. O.. March, 16th, 187. L367tf ana '. iraj(e tow 'nnei tit be wUl hereafter give his atten- respectfully an- tioLtoa General Agency business. -' V; xr.ra rJ arpa in Pivmonth, 'ft. fmlt and liviue springs. fail on Zadock Maun on premises, or at this agency. ' Ileal Estate purchased, sold, and rented . .'.- i..nnnrf Policies issued In thebest of Americ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 26 May 1876

-vi .TT".TT7 A15TTF.A 7 ' v f ' 1. JAS. REED & 803ST, Publishers. Independent in all things. $2 in Advance Vol. XXVII, No. 21. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1876. Wliolo jmber 1.3 77.: A k 'I V I IN. ' I .11 ' 75.. 1 : - B--. - ........ '! ' ' , " ! BUSINESS DIRECTORY. JTS T,MKRaUKTs.) "i f j f. r. ixvi jc ro., ill. c. Toubn, l. fi. kockweil A A. U. Toinoe,) w holesaleaud KeUtit Dealers in Groceries and Provisions Fattsaud Urain.; Agents fir A.neri.aniniMJ Union Express Gouipaiiies and Cleveland Hernia, Mam street. Astitaouia, o. t w A . If. A: K. W. KAVA:iC, Dealers In CneUw Fainilvoroc-rieanu Provisions; also, puns Conieettonery. and Ibe Quest brantiaoflo- baoco and. Cigars. 8. 14. WF(,L!r,-Protaoe an Comralwlon MtJir!.! t .-r th-nmr- iwseaud al o W " tru iwsn e Bun t, CiieeKeand Dried tu!U, Main strwt, AHhmbula, Onto. i CAKLISLK & T V L K H , Doa! era t n Fancy and staple Pry G.m. Family tirooeriea and Crockery. Wiliard a Now illocJk, Aahlabnla, Ohio. ; cilkky FKKHIT, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 26 May 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA.. OHIO. Friday Homing, Hay 2S&, 1878. It is reported that the Kew York Forld hs fallen into the hands of tha F!iflistii.es through the purchase by S. L. M. Barlow of Macton Marble's interest. A band of Regulators in the parish of East Baton Konge, La., hae adopted the novel expedient of ordering the coroner out of the county to prevent official inquiry in to cases of sudden death. The Turin, Arabs, and Persian at the Centennial hare reoeired won overwhelm ing attentions from the Quaker City gamins that many of them hvv dtwarded their picturesque national costume and donned the Borabre uniform of Western civilisa tion. By the. explosion and burning of the steamer Pat. Cleburne, near Shawneetown, from fifteen to twenty nea lost taeir lives, and as many more were seriously injured. In wspeet to the loss of life, it it one of the most aerious disasters that has occurred on the OLio auee the lose of the Pat Bogers, j two yean ago. " ' President Grant has stat...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 26 May 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. ' - J.vMES REED at SON, PlOPUlTOtS. . f .rw. t J par t'r la .Uan. FRIDAY MOHXIKO, MAY 20th, 1874. LOCAL NEWS. Local Briefs. The Court of Common Tlcsd opeoed last Monday. ' Have you figured on tile corf of to the Centennial? s The next regular meeting of the Coun cil will be held - WeliHl7 eveniug, June 7th. , ' ilr- Wm. Krftleton lost, among the eon tent of his house recently burned fa, in U. S. bowls, beadea other similar property. . . . " . .' ' .. , An exchange says that Hiihigan ed itor was recently robbed of $70 45. ' Xo boily will believe more than 45 cent' worth of the story. JrHWWlTs Ball has been rented to Jo seph Siraonet, who has removed his billiard tables from the basement of this building, and. will ottunV fiiii roiiin as a billiard par lor ' ' 1 ' ' The Building and Loan Association is working ' its unsold shares.' Several were taken the other day, and the weekly duel paid a year in" advance drawing in terest, of course. ... ' The season is at hand when...

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