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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 1 September 1876

n rs U 1 U 1. li!! J II 1 J i ,i it a .r ii , : . . J AS. REED & SON, Publishers. - ' - Independent in aU tilings. S2 in Advance Vol. XXVII, No. 35, ASHTABULA, OHIO, ERID AY, SEPTEMBER l, 1876. Whole Number 1391 ' : ' " ' ' BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MftKCUAXTS. TOS. 0 Til, General Deal-r In J try Goods, Groceries. Crockery and Olasa ware, Boou aud Shoe. Keady-Made Cloth ing, liata and Cap. Tobaccos and Clears, d everything a family need to eat or war. North Main street, Ashtaunla. Wo L Kockwell A. O. Toml,. Retail Dealers In Groceries and Provisions. rindGraiu; Agent for Amer otn-nd Union Exfress Compauie " .t-leel"nd Herald, Main street. ABiiulrui. O. . a a a. -a. w.ttriGK, Dealer in Choice I "' , " ' wl.ri, provisions; also. pare Kfiounrue Hnt brand. ofTo bseoo and Cigars. fSi - m. is w K. I.H. pmdaee and Commission llWchant for the purcliase and ale ..r W est jeServe Bower, Cheese land Dried Fruit. Main stre.t, A.hutbnla, Ohio. ' (1MLIKLK at T I K, Dealers Id Fancy ?nd ntapl Dry Go...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 1 September 1876

i THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Morning, Sept. 1st, 1876. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. Election Tuesday, November 7th, 1878. , For President, RTJTHEUFORD a HAVES, of Ohio. For Vice President. WILLIAM A. WHEELER, of Sew York. For Presidential Electors at Large, AARON F. PERRY, of Hamilton County. EDWARD H. BOHM, of CnyaUoga County. STATE. Election Tuesday, October 10th, 1878. Secretary of State, MILTON BARNES, of Guernsey County. Judge of the 8upreme Court, WASHINGTON W. BOYNTON of Lorain Co Member of Board of Public Works, JAMES C. EVANS, ol Delaware County. County Central Committee. h The members of the new of AshUbula County are requested to meet at Jefferson, Thursday, Sept. 7th, at for the cam J. A. HOWELLS. Bepublicans of Ashtabula County, the change in the County Central Committee by which each ' township is given a voice -therein, is now on triaL If you approve it, give it your earnest support. Republican Meeting at Austinburg. The Eepublicans of Austuiburg meet to f...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 1 September 1876

TIIE.TELEGKAPII JAMES RKEi) oi SOX, rnoi-Kirroia. Trae. -per r i FRIDAY MORXIXG, SEPT. 1st, lSTO. LOCAL NEWS. Remember. There Viil be a grand Republican niect- ins at AbhUbula on the evening of Sep tember 11th. The meeting wlil be ad dressed by Eon. Benjamin Kggieston, of rwinnnti! and Don. S. Newton Pettis. ...w... 7 Torn out, everybody-! - . if i V 1 v r I" i' k - V r t r. - Pi H...R. Rogers of tiie Harbor, was ap pointed by township trustees, on Tuesday last, constable. .. An excursion to Niagara Falls and re turn is to be given next week, on the steamer Metropolis. . , - Mr. Griffin, o" Plymouth, will re ceive the- thanks cl our office force for basket of sweet pippins. Mr. P. Carlisle has among his plants and flowers a samule of ''Iviuc Cotton, in bloom, grown in the open air. . The drought ..is bringing the apple crop to the. ground in an immature state, and it is likely to be a failure. .After rounding out about fifU-en days at the Centennial, Dr. Wallace and lady have return...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 1 September 1876

THE POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE Oil THE LAKE SHORE! THE CLOTHIER! Who will take a shaving off .ho Lowest Prices of any dealer ' elsewhere." Such Bargains in CLOTHING1 ' Ashtabula My Stock is large Ml Mifles of Men, Toiitli together HOTS (LVPS;- & FURNISHING GOODS 1 Great care has been given to the Making and Trimming and general ap pearance of the Clotting l now otter, ana wito tne facilities ' I confidentially say are second to none in this . respect, also in regard to price. Having some time NEW STORE! I ordered a large portion of my Clothing made up from the piece, as to have my Worsteds, Beavers, and Cassimeres, thoroughly f. ' ' sponged and 'shrunk, which I always Warrant to Give Satisfaction. Returning thanks to my customers for past favors, I would solicit a continuance of their patronage, assuring them that I shall continue to use every , effort to give satisfaction m all Respectfully, J. E. L'HOMMEDIEU, Collins' Block, 8ml879 .. :i ( -:- ...... . .. ! u the Best preparation ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 8 September 1876

.f Mi A I id.. , if Independent in all tilings. r8. REED & SON, Publisliers- S2 in -A-dvaiic ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1876. Whole Number 1392. Vol. XXVII, No. 3G. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. V . Tai. N. HOOTH, General Dealer In jjry Goods, Groceries, Crockery and Boots and tiuoes. Ready-Made tlotti lucHala and taps. Tobacco and Cisars, and everything a Camay nt-d to i , .a.uri CO., (H. r- Tombes, L. Retail Dler iu G.-ocer.es rruits and Grain AiUl eteiand To ion Express Oo"ipame an Jue wJ Herald. Main street, Anlnabm. 1 a a a-at w SiVAtiB, Dealers In Choice A.M. w.a "'i6,0g: a so. pure - ainilyGrocnisanJirovo.a Confectionery, and the Ilnest " j sl bao and Cigars. a at ir .. produce and Commission Ai&lU BLTWl. r.BLIILIi TE.E, Dealer n. Fancy Ohio- . ' I li VY A FEBRT, Dealers In Dry i"Zrrt2. Crockery and nextdoor north of flak Uouse, iiaiu Ashtabula, Ohio. and Domestic Fruity , '.cet. Ah- Water-Lime, Seeds, c-. i1-"11 strc," . - "risSfcra ' tr moiIKISOX, Dealer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 8 September 1876

THE TELEGRAPH ASHTABULA OHIO. Friday Kerning, Sept. 8th, 1876. REPUBLICAN TICKET. t NATIONAL. Elation Tuesday, November Tib, 1S78. For President, RCTHEHFORD B. HAYES, of Ohio. For Vic President, . , "IIXIAH A, WHEELER, of New York vw Troci.)pnilM.l Electors at Large, - AARON F. PERRY, of Hamilton County. EDWARD H. BOHM, of Cnyanoga STATE. " " Election Tueoday.Octooer 10th, 1S76. , - - SecTetaryof State, MILTON BARNES, of Guernsey County. Tudce of the Supreme Court, rs8TTlXGTON W. BOrSTOS of Lorain Co Member of Board of Public Works, i JAMES C. EVANS, ol Delaware County. Greenbacks, one day last week, at the New York Gold Eichantre, closed at 91 the highest figure reached for several years. The musical portion of .the --Democracy are practicing for tha campaign on .the fol- iLwIhe ctfaulet: We three Reformers be, ' iuUon,TweJ"lJIurri,iS-v' A Democratic exchange remarks that, '-Tflden has habit of keeping his eyes bent in different directions. The eye with - which he sees is bent on t...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 8 September 1876

the telegraph: JAifci BSI N, PBOPMBTOBa. FIIAY MORXIXQ. SKPT. 8th. 1878. LOCAL NEWS. LOCAL NEWS. Remember. Tlere will be a grand republican meet- j im; at Ashtabula on the evening of Sep tember 11th. The meeting will De ao dressed br Hon. Benjamin Effgleston, of rv,.i.,K and Hon. S. Kewton Pettis. VUI.IUHHVI Tarn outjcverybody! Painesville Seminary has another pupil from Ashtabula Miss Laura Topkj . An unusual rush of job work has made this issue of the Telegraph a little late. Conncil meeting last Wednesday eve ning; the report will found in another col umn. Judge Parsons has of late been confined much of the time to his house by impaired health. Mrs. Allen Prindle has taken trip to her former dace of residence Xew Ca- . naan, Ct. The contract for furnishing the State with writing paper has again been awarded to the Cleveland Paper Co. Don't bo absent at the Centennial, or any other place, on the day of election Tuesday October the 10th. The Rev. Mr. Safford supplied the desk of th...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 8 September 1876

THE POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE OH THE LAKE SHORE! THE CLOTHIER! Who will take a -having off tho Lowest Prices of any dealer here or . - elsewhere. Such Bargains in; CLOTHING have Never been offered in Ashtabula before ! - - jf- Stock is large and consists of Ml Styles of Men, Youth and Boy's Wear, together HATS, CAPS, & FURNISHING GOODS Great care has heen given to the Making and Trimming and general ap pearance of the Clothing 1 now otter, ana with tne lacinues I confidentially say are second to none in this respect, also in regard to price. Having some time . I ordered a large portion of my Clothing made np from the pieec, bo , , as to have my Worsteds, Beavers, and Cassimeres, thoroughly ; sponged and shrunk, which I always Warrant to Give Satisfaction. Returning thanks to my customers for past favors, I would solicit a continuance of their patronage, assuring them that I shall continue to use every effort to give satisfaction in all Respectfully, J. E. UHOMIYIEDIEU, Collins' Blo...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 September 1876

4 JAS. REED & SON, PubHshers. Independent in all tilings. 32 in Advance Vol.. XXV-II, No. 3.7. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1876. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MKIiCU ANTS. i TflOJ. N. BOO TH. General Dealer li liry Goods, O ow r -, Oockeiy and Olas .- t u. .. . -,i iv .... ii-.uilf ( loLti InB, ilat and (Japs, Tobaccos and Oxars, an d everything fu.miy nced to 'J wear. North Main ntwrt, ajjitwu " m. rn'c. Tombes. I E. Rock well 4 -V. C. Toaibci, holesale and fcitoaler. lu Groceries and I'rov.K.ons Fruits and Urain; Aea Amer can and L'llon Express Companies and Cleveland ficol. Main street, Ashtabula, O. l.H.tli, w-.8S.wAGK,IXleniln Choice K amity Orocenes and rrovis.ons; also, pure Confectionery, ana me uuw nuii ivr bacco and Cigars. i . u7K..l.. Produce and Commission Merchant for Hie purchase and sale of West ern Keserve Butler utieeseaod uriea r ruins tjtli) stre-it, Ashtabula, unio. 4' 4c TVLKH,Dei:eiiilo Fancy and Staple Dry Good, Family Groceries and Crockery. Willards .V...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 September 1876

2HE TELEGRAPH. Friday Kornicg, Sept. 15thtJL876. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATION A.I Election Taeaday, November 7th, 18T. For Prealdeut, BCTHERFORD B. HATES, of Ohio. For Vice Prudent. WILLIAM A- WHEELER, of New York. For PresidenUal Electors at LartA AARON F. PERRY, of Hamilton County. EDWARD EL BOHM, of Cuysbojn County. STATE. Election Tney40ctooer JOth, 18. Secretary of 8tate, MILTON BARNES, of Guernsey County. , jndee of the supreme Court, WASHINGTON W. BOTNTON of Lorain Co Member-of Board of Public Work. J AMKS C. EVANS, ot Delaware County. DISTRICT TICKET. For Congress, JAMES A. GARFIELD. Presidential Elector. BENJAMIN F. WADE, JudceConrt of Common Plena, aSHERMAN. COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff; -T. B. YOCXO. For Commiaeioner. E. a FECK. For Coroner, W. B FLOWER. For Infirmary Director. E. HAMMOND. Fail-bank's majority in Vermont, settles down at 28,733. It is the largest majority recorded for Governor in ten years. All the vicious, corrupt and thriving ele ments of the Democratic part...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 September 1876

THE' TELEGRAPH.- JA1US REED 30N Pbopi iktoims. . rras, 9-r If oaf la FRIDAY MORNING, S12PT. 15th. 18.6. LOCAL NEWS. A considerable amount of mattei . eluding several conimunicaUoiui has bee" nec-eKnrny.dcrro0- n,. uvwnnt nf the CJUTTillir WT of thefcriJsre at the Harbor by sji eulering vessel, the transit is made by ferry. The Portugoe whose kg was crushed at the Harbor on the 221 ult-, and ainpu- tMed, has been removed to the county in- ' flrrnary. Jlr. Jj. 3. Bemming, takes it tr:p West tn dar or two, to be absent soine months lWa are directed to send his paper to Mat- toon, IIL Eis health, we learn has been improving, of late. h -J. II. Woodman hands us a fine ripe Bartlett pear and a sprig of three sroa.l ones second erowlh. The second flower- ering was In July, And the two crops have been growing side by side. A mineral map and general statistics of New South Wales, Australia, has been sent as, showing its advantages as a place "of location.- . Any one thinking of emigra- ' tio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 September 1876

o : NEW ARRIVAL O .A- B. WEBB & SON'S - . . ' POB' 37tLo 37all n.3. "VSTintei iX,r,xc3.e. v; TTkd'Iseat axd xrw a stock op clotiilxg as theue is IX ASUTABULA COUNTY. TVe would say to our patrons and others that we talc pride in saying that we do not misrepresent our goods for the sake of trade, but a fair honest statement and then do as you like. --We would thank you for past patronage and invite a eontinnanc of the I same.- MF arc not selfish enough to expect all the trade, bat are willing to divide with neighbors.1 Call and see us- and we will show through our stock with pleasure, and pleasure to yourself, we trust. , ,"' main Street, Ashtabula, Ohio ' . Is tie Best preparation ever made for Restoring Grey Eair ta its original color, i It., removes Dandruff and stops tho Hajr falling. It renders the Hair 'soft, beautiful and vigorous, preserves its luxuriance wKen abun dant,' and restores its Color, Vitality, and Life, when dry, harsh, and decaying. ' - j ' : F T rj ' T J A. -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 September 1876

- - -- t w "V t II f T J wta, K I I J smi- i a a I 4 J t I A. E .1 l 1 II I I II El I . jDlkjXJL JL-djLJL Ji- 11 VI iJ Ail A j'JLL ViLil.Ji OLJL. - J A.S. REED & SON, Publishers. j - . " -Independent! in all things. - j "j S2 in Advance ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMpER 22, 1876. Whole Number 1394. , Vol. XXVII, No.-38. . -, : BUSINESS DIRECTORY. IKUCUANTS. , TH. ftj BOra,AjeiraU' :ea!rr in Dry Uoods, Groceries, Crocket y and war., BooU and Shoe. Keady-Made Cloth ing, Hats ana tfcp, louaccua everything a family need to etor wear. Korth Main street, Aabtabo a.w 11. C. TO JIBES JJSSSXod Fruits and jL?iSr A? Upland union -?p:-""ir;,u ula.O. 11J Herald, Main street. "a n tR.W.MTtC Dealers irboya.. ad ITovistons: aiso.pur Cinr.nd the flneat brandsTo- K ami ly tirooeries an - - Pninmlgalnrl Merchant for the p arena and ,? eat eraRfcrve Bnt wV.Oheeae and Dried r rui W, Mainttrewt, Ashtabula, Ohio. . C1BLHLB TTtEB, Dealers In Fancy and Htaple Dry Goods, Family groceries and Grocery. Wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 September 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. ACU REPUBLICAN TICKET. JfATlONALo ...... . For President, RCTHE liFORD B. HAY K3, of Ohio. - For Vice President. "" ' WILUAMJV. )VHEKt.KK. of New lore. - AikTpERBY. of Hamilton Sour EDWARD H. BOHM, of Corahog. County. STATE. Recrewryof State rSy " , . Jnire of the Supreme Court, ii Member of Board of PoWlo Work,, o; JAME3 C. EVAK8. o Delaware County. DISTRICT TICKET. ., ' . -3 .For Oongresa, - ' i .... j JAKES A. GARFIELD. ' - presidential Elector. -. .:: - ;- BENJAMIN r. WADE, ' : JndgeOonrt of Common Pleaa. -. . - LB. SHEBM AN. COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff, : : T. B. YOCNO. For Commiaaloner. . E. 0.-PECKJ .c :-.-rt n i'-: j.or coroner, ' ' ..." ? W, B. FLOWER. : ' ! I For Infirmary Director. -. j r- i E. HAMMOND. Henrr A. Wise is' dead. ; ' Honesty and Reform is the motto : Sham Tilden the lnaugarator. " Gea. Butler h?s received the noau- " nation for Congress in the oi. ,- Yellow , fever appears to . be on me iu at Savannah. : Twenty-one deaths reported for Saturday....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 September 1876

TELEGRAPH. - - UMM K3"SO SON. PBorSJ-cTOK. , Tsrxaa. S r Tear la Adva FRIDAY MOKXIXa, SEPT. d, 187! LOCAL NEWS. : '." Campaign Teuguph 50 cts, lor the balance of the year to Jul. 1st, 1877. The great Garfield meeting will be on Honda y afternoon, the 25UL Our neighbor of the 2ete$ and lady have gone to the Centennial. - The season for hymen and oyster) again npon ns. . - Mr. Northway and Dr. Borrow are each doing good work in the campaign, . ' The striped hoae and abort dresses are quite likely to mislead young men in search of a barber. Some parties, we hear, are niing white lead as one oi the ingredient cf a pre para, tion for beautifying the complexion. We go 'jo press thi week nearly a day later on account of excess of work, and th lessening of help. Dr. Wm. ML Eame and Henry Faatett, Esq., with their ladies left for the Centen nial yesterday. -. - The executor's sale ef the personal property belonging to the Taa Akin estate has been postponed to Saturday, Oct. 7. " . There was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 September 1876

-TrZS T NEW ARRIVAL o CDIX B. WEBB XL ! ' r 371X0 ITll ml3. Winter Trade ""We woixia toour patxoniiad others that we take pride in that we do nc .prtour goods for ths sake of trade, but .fair honest statement and then dot la .Wts ould thank you for just patronage and nmte a pontinnance of. U W.othnoaehto expects the trade, but are filing to divide wi ff w -w -I-'-- an - - - ' l .; 'ndgMsori..' Call and see us and we ; wvu enow pleasure to jourselt We tra' i.:; " 1 rVafri Stfeett Ashtabula, Ohjo MAKERS ifirar .roade. for. Eestoing. ,Gry Hair to its original color. It jSSioTB. Dandruff sad step- tie Hair falling. ; It renders the Hair jyf yfiM &tA tigoroas, p'reserves its lumriance when abun : "W . I l! I r, Jit aad decaying. ' dant,' esd restores its Color, Vitality, and Life, when dry, harsh, : ' j": i . & SON'S .... , 1L V. tAAlr an Ti nlaocniw ATlfl w6 v - u r'" , i.,-;...--r:.j j s Is the"33est preparation' . i.X t 1u o Insure your Xteelllngd ia the ; -q , i tj . W1TE R T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 September 1876

II T L Ms THE CAMPAIGN. TEXT-COCK CF FKTSAB FIGURES Eepiblicaniss ind Democracy WOHED LN TEE B&UNCE. FiE.'D, CO-tiPwRH ft!,3 REFLECT. THE CAMPAIGN. The National Growth. rhn following coudeusi officii! slstlitlcs indicate the extraordinary development ol the manufacturing, agricultural aud commercial faiusiricsof the country within the past period t republican administration DEVELOPMENT OF MANUFACTURES DURING A SINGLE DECADE. 1670 No. of establish uiems-. ' 140,47i3 852,148 No. of hands em- i t,(ive.J 1,8)1.848 low. 1,8) 1.8481 Materia-! ased IMI.8uS.098, S'2.f il! l,fc5.M1.878' 4,232.32--.,42 123 EXTRAORDINARY GROWTH OF THE PATENT OFFICE. Applications Cavea'S fiie.i..... PaUDts Issued... ash received... C&sli . . (2M.3V2 29 $743,453 38 av,KtU 80 721,659 71 1 9 Classifications, lsec 1875. " c s. - I - I C 7.853 11,03'! I'M 1.084 S.094.1-8 m 10.-28- 238 18S AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT FROM 1860 to 1870. No. of larms 2.014,1177! Ko. of acres improved. .' l'.3.110.7D 188,W.0 o of h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 September 1876

"Eerd ftke Docr(le Cndldt. He past record of the Democratic candi dates for President and Vice President is not Each as to attract to them, the ey mpathie or upport of the people. A lew facte only are TILDEN'S REEEL SYMPATHIES. "Br. Tilden's vu record began InawubHe way on Saturday, April 30, 1S1, hcn he fe 'fosed to be a vice president at the great mass reettacta New fork, ealie to givee-c-ur-Ageraent to the defenders of the Union, tif mTi. fl m vmrathV with Iteobjcct. He declsrert privately fuat the Comment t n!ov force to prevent secession, or ompel Stares which d seceded te acknowl edge tbe Federal power. On October 20, 1?G0, he published In the .ew York Evening Tost a lettec, addressed to Wnn. William Rent, and through all its lediotw and tortious length 11 was such aj Dleaforthe preservation of slavery, such a , i . . . i .. : -.1 , . .n.-V n assertion of the sovereignty of the States as -John C. Calhcsn never did cad never would have dared to pen. It was en invitation i tnd j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 September 1876

ti f2 fr i r M nn ABULA TELEGRAPH . . ' ' JAS. REED & SON, Publishers. Independent in all things. S2 in Advance . . "vlSvii; ISo. 39. ! ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2d7lS76. Whole dumber 1395. ' BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. nos. If. BOOTH. General eaU-r In Try Goods, Groceries, Crockery and Glass- ' V. Dnnu anil Khnm H1 v-Mfuie fToth- a, Ilau and Caps. Tobacco and Cluars, 6 everything a family need to t or .car. fKinti Main sweet, Mnuou,. ' E. Koekre.l A.C.Toniba,W huleleanu Retail Ilers in Groceries "''nd' Fruits anddraln: Agantt fcr AMric,taDd tn Ion Express Companies QdnUevre,1?U a n Jktt n. SAVAGE, Dealers in Choice .fvaroriand Froli8ton8; also.pure Confectionery, and the finest branubo. bacco and Cigars. , . S. B. WEtL, Prodnce and tirnmlfslon Merchant for the purchase and ff'JZT em Reserve Butter. Chwweand Dried Fruus, Main street, Ashtabula, Ohio. . ,v vu rwMitrs in Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Family GrX" Crockery. WillardsXew Block, Ashtabula, Ohio. "" GILKEV A F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 September 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Merging, Sept. 29th, 1876. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. Election Tuesday, November 7th, 1ST. For President, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, of Ohio. For Vice President. yp.t.TAM A. WHEELER, of New York. For Presidential Elector at Large, AARON F. PERRY, of Hamilton County. EDWARD II. BOHM, of Cuyahoga County. STATE. Election Tuesday. October 10th, 1876. - Secretary of State, MILTON BARNES, of Guernsey County. Juage of the Supreme Court, WASHINGTON W. BOYNTON of Lorain Co Member of Board of Public Works, JAMES C. EVANS, of Delaware County. DISTRICT TICKET. For Congress, JAMES A. GARFIELD. Presidential Elector. BENJAMIN F. WADE, Jude Court of Common Pleas, L. 8. SHERMAN. COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff, T. 8. YOUNG. For Commissioner. E. C PECK.' For Coroner, W. R. FLOWER. For Inflrmary Director. E. HAMMOND. I heard your voice, Sammy, far over the sea; ra your yoiw, t"1" j . . . . 1 y0ur Cry in this hour of your need; er went back on a "pard." Sammy T. i a eomin,...

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