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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 September 1876

THE .TELEGRAPH. JAMES BflUCD A. .sOX. PBoruurroos. hral. ner Tenr in . FRIDAY MORXIXQ, SEPT. 29th 187C ONCE MORE TO THE RESCUE! , GRAND KJk.X,X."2" " AT JEFFERSON, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER A. 1876 .' At which time the people will be addressed by the late Secretary of the Treasury, HON. BENJAMIN II. BUISTOW of Kentucky, and HON. W. IL PALMEll , of Pennsylvania. Let us make this the grand meeeting of the campaign. There will also be a Mas Meeting of the Republicans of MORr. A "NT OHIO. on Wednesday. October 3d, at which tinnf -xmr late awreuu v, ; HON. GEO. S. BOUT WELL of Massachusetts will address the paople. Arouse ye Freeman! Come to the rescue, one and all I LOCAL NEWS. . Remember the Centennial Lecture at Uie Opera House. Mrs. Harvey Nettleton will receive the Ladies Society of the Congregational church on Toeeday evening, Oct. 3rd. The 7th annual reunion of the 6th Ohio Cavalry will be held at Youngstown, on Friday, October 3, 1876. Our equinoctial storms have seldom if ev er been...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 September 1876

NEW AERIYAL O tF1 cDii.caDTrj3ii;ii.KJcR .A. T B. WEBB & SON'S POB mae U H3La. Winter Trade. AND AS NEAT AND NEW A STOCK OP CLOTHING AS THEBE IS IN ASHTABULA COUNTY. .We would say to our patrons and others that we take pride in saying that we do not misrepresent our goods for the sake of traded but a fair honest statement and then do as jru like. ' We would thank you for past patronage and invite a continnance of the ame.. We are not selfish enough to expect all the trade, bot are willing to divide with neighbors." Call and see us and we will show through our stock with pleasure, and pleasure tfi yourself, we trust. - - T1ain Gtreett Ashtabula, Ohio. la the Best rreDaratioa ever made for Eestorbg Grey fiair to its original color. It remoTes Dandruff and stops the Sair falling. It renders the Hair soft, beautiful and vigorous, preserves its luxuriance when abun dant, and restores its Color, Vitality, and Life, when dry. harsh. 3 5 it. ana aecaymgL - of of ib is - ct tne the J ton...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 September 1876

SUPPIJEMENT, [From the Cincinnati Commercial September 19.] A BRILLIANT SPEECH. Bob Ingersoll in Court Street Market-Space THE LARGEST MEETING OF THE SEASON. Tbs largest out-door meeting that has been belt) In this city this fail vat that of the Republicans to Coon Street Market-space laat night. Bob Ingersoll, the most brilliant of th ai paign orators, waa announced as I lie speaker of tbe evening, and the crowd tbat gathered to bear bim was aa large as eonld stand within the sound of the powerful Toice of the orator. And Robert bold them there, too. Be didn't weary tbem with flgorea, but went di rect I; at tbe mala question, the propriety of al lowing the Solid South to take charge of tbe Solid Korth, and every point be made told. His agreea ble manner as a publlo speaker captivated tbe audience at tbe outset, and It Is hard to bay bow km tbe crowd would bare waned to bear aim through. He waa tbe first to tire; and when, be readied bis concluding aenteuoes tbe cry waa still tor wo...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 September 1876

SUPPLEMENT, [From the Cincinnati Commercial, September 19.] The Confederate Claims and the Centennial Campaign. CINCINNATI, September 17, 1875. t f Efltor of tne Coiqiiebcial: ' - Ia your i??ne of to-day, yon state editorl ally, epeukin; of Sonthem claims for dam ages BUBtaiaed daring the frar for the Union: "In Missouri, a State that has been for some Tears onoer Confederate eontrol. there ha bees ioTereign State actum" Eefernng, as I take it, to an extract out of the epeeeh by General TcnxB, published in your issue -of the 13th inst., to-wit: "Why Is It that toe Brute of Missouri ha Issued te erery former owner ot slaves in that State, a eertlttcate (or 1,000 for eery eiaTe, paj sble when he Qeo"ral Govemment will Day itl Tin Tery thing the total amount ot the Talne of their emancipated slaves is now estimated a a part el the State debt of Missouri." Now, I would like to bare the author ity for the assertion. My friends sod business correspondents in Missouri Republicans and Democ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 6 October 1876

1 - .til nrtf xi : J 'VS. REED & SON, Publishers. independent in all tilings. $2 in A.dvance Vol. XXVII, ISTo. 40. - ASHTABULA; OHIOi-FRIDCOCTOBEIi 6, 1876. Whole lSrumber.1396. ; r ; T .. ..,, : " f ; , j ; . BUSINESS DIRECTORY MEHU HANTS. H. N. BOOTH, General Jer in v Good, Groceries, frocKcy v re, HooU and Shoes. ;Reedy-1 ' .ml '-Made i and tint everytQinx a iwukj - , Son.il Main street, AshlabU-a. to eut or H. C. TtJIBM jTT;iM !. Touibea, noieaaie And E. Rockwell a. ' .- . Retail Dealer. In "rocerie. and rruv American an 'anil Fruit ana lrain; Cleveland Union KxprtM q Humid. Main street. Ashtabula, u, A. II. xt. ,U'e InChoSc ,lo, pure brands To rn ICominlMlon Frinu, Alain Ktreit, Aituumui. k,. TV LKK, Dealer. I and -itapie Dry G-kK Kwnlly Uro Crockery. WiUardi.emock.Aii Urocerics mJiu tJLREY 4c PKWRV, DeaSwr- Dext iliir north of FitfUoaiM. Miu In broeriea, ProvisLMW. Flour. Feed, horel W'.iter-Linie, Beeda, ilau troKk- A tabula, Uliio m UKDHKin, l)ler in Hour, WHuAu".id III ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 6 October 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA.' OHIO. Friday Morning, Oct. 6th,. 1876. Republican Ticket. NATIONAL." Election Tuesday, November 7th, 1878. For President, EUTHERFORD B. HAYES, of Ohio. For Vlee President. L WILLIAM A. WHEELER of New York. For Presidential Elector at Large, AARON F. PEURY, of Hamilton County. EDWARD H. BOHM. of Cuyahoga County. STATE. ' ' L Election Tuesday, October 10th, lJTft. 'Secretary of State, MILTON BARNES, of Guernaey Connty. Judge 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 Congres", JAME9 A. GARFIELD. Presidential Elector. BENJAMIN F. WADE, . Judge Court of Common Pleas, L. a SHERMAN. COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff; . T. S. YOUNG. For Commissioner. -E. O. PECK. . For Coroner, . W. R. FLOWER. For Infirmary Director. E. HAMMOND. - Ijock out for auT who mav nronofe to trade some other rote for that of Milton :. Barnes, Secretary of State. The Demos would like to lesse...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 6 October 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. jXiCtS REED SON. PkoPUKTOKS. "Trm- 3 sxr f U ilmtt. FiUDAY MORXIXG, OCT. 6th, 1878. LOCAL NEWS. i flaves & Wheeler Club meeting thi Friday evening, Let it be a lull one. Vote early, nd then you will be free to look after the Toting of others who way need assistance. Secretary of State, Let as have a full vote, and the result can be foretold, and the demos will feel the cold chilL Our merchants are now pretty well enpplied with fall and winter goods. Look at their advs., and then see h w low their ' prices really are. tome oat and vote, by all means, on Tuesday next. ' Don't say there is nothing at stake; because there is not a Governor to elect. The moral effect of the election will turn on the vote for Col. Milton Barnes Our labors upon Democratic campaign documents, for most of the week, has had the effect to rather retard the time of going to press The prospect, however, of a hand in that quarter of a million sent into this State, a it is asserted, for campaign...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 6 October 1876

V. SW ARRIVAL v cDinaD:tiEiiiio"cia -VHi. ui iain street, Afcliliuu a. ." m If. C. TO.WBF.S Sc CO.. (II. C. TombesJ K. Bock Weil A- U. l OmOM.) limraii' -.'..toil i wwli.rK in (5r. H-,-ri-s and Provi Frails and tirain: Aaents for American am I'nion Express fempaiiies aud Uevelant Herald, Main street. Ashtabula, O. U1 -C . II. A K. Va.nilyGrnesa....Fruo..s;a Confectionery, and tbe linest bran b:tcco and Cigars. ; , w -Produce andiCXimmiPsioe I - B Mhantfor'e purchase anil sale ofM A15 wnrloserveBulwr Cheese and Dried Fru fc l.-.i r,-, ,i A.htabula. Ohio. " li(. - ' .,., t.i. i Poothers that we take Dride in sarin? that we do not f ockery. Jhio. past 1LKEV A PKKKV, Dealers in IVpect i.uuia (lnMiHM t'rockerv and tiljtsswari ,..xt d'oor north of Fist lijuse. jiain sireetiQ . n. FAI1LK1EII r O.V, Peltiers il Jroceries, Provisions, Flour, Feed, rj3 ' ' ater-Lime, Seeds, tc, hl..in street, Aj?yfASn XU UU Itf f WfllUs lauula, Ohio. I - . - - - V. UEDHBt", IK-aler in FPar',,!f,,- anwawaawj a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 October 1876

? ' t r ; f 1 ; . .a. ,TVS. REED &-SON, Publishers. Independent in all tilings. 82 in -A.dvanc Vol XXVII, No. 41. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1876, Whole Number 1397. rv ?i "n n "vi . t t ""Si s. i n v . A w 1 1 r. M : - if 1 ) A ' n r, BUSINESS DIRECTORY MERCHANTS. 1HOS. K. EdOHI, GfMnl iiilir li. It Goods, Groceries, Crockery and G;as w -re, Bools and Shoes. Iteady-Made Cloth ing Hats and Caps, Tobaeeoi aad Cigars, sad everything a family needs to cat or wear. North Main street, Asblabu.a. II C. TOTIBKS & .. C. Tombes, I Retail Dealer In Groceries and Proi-ioiii r7u? nolrain ; Agents for Amencan ,n " LMlnPhniMt 1 XJ! . LU Ml t I . i " - lAU bacco and Cigars. IT .i irvitri ir 1 i f n Main street. Ashtabula, Ohio. t raiel.ISLK TVLKK, Dealer iu Fancy stJinie ilry G.xkIs, Family i ifocerie and c,ker'y' Ward's New mi. Ash--.buia, Ohio. . , ..u-n-v Mr wmkY. Dealers in Dry GSodsTGrocertes, Crockery and f next door north of Fist Uousc, iiain eirw t, Ashtabula, Ohio. m mr ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 October 1876

THE TELEGEAWL ASHTABULA.. OHIO. - Friday Morning Oct. 6th, 1876. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. Election Tuesday, November 7th, 1S76. For President, BCTHEKFORD B. HAYES, of Ohio. Tnr Vice President. WILLIAM A. WHEELER, of New York. - For Presidential Electors at Large, . ; 'AARON F.PERRY, of Hamilton County. EDWARD H. BOHM. of Cuyahoga County. '"" "Let bygones be bygones." , Colorado made a clean sweep, electing the Governor . and securing a Itepublican supremacy in both branches of the Legis lature. ' ; Garfield's majority over Little Jack 10,000 will rather make it apparent that he has some latent strength left in the erlwtrip.t.. . . The late" returns show that est Vir ginia is Democratic by .bout 10,000. Wet .Virgin is a remote connection of the "solid South." Among the Bcbublican gains of Congress- . men are J. D. Cox, Toledo, Col. Stanley Matthews, Cincinnati, and Amos Town gend. Cleveland. Colorado opens her career as a State no blv. Two Republican Senators and' three electoral...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 October 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES RKED Pkofrirtous. Ttrua, i pe. Year til Advance. FKIDAY MoUMXG, OCT. 13tli, 187b. Advertisers Take Xoti.r. The circulation of the TELEGRAM ut wore than trice thai of any F"Ir published in Ashtabula, and rani unnmg the first vilh other paper injhis section of 4ht State. Advertisers trill find it to their interest to bear these fact in mind. LOCAL NEWS. Jefferson has a population of about 1,035. TTc regret to learn that Pml. S. Hen dry lies dangerously sick at Madison, O., with consumption. Hon. S. A. Xorthway gave a ve:y sat isfactory and able speech to the people of Pierpout, on Saturday evening last. O. Tod Ford will lecture at Autia burg on the eve of Oct 17th. Subject 'Go West, Young Man, Go West !" Philip Kline informs us that we were below the mark in stating his loss by the fire instead of $ 1 M, he put it at ?300. The auction sale of Cincinnati car riages; last Tuesday, did not prove a suc cess; but one carriage, we hear, was sold. The 3Iayor has caused a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 October 1876

NEW ARRIVAL O IF .A. T B. WEBB & SON'S FOE Tia. UPaXl n.cl Winter Tx-O. . ... . ,vn 4S v-p.at AND NEW A STOCK OF CLOTHING AS THERE IS . IS ASHTABULA CUL ah. . ., ... tot. nri.le in saying that we do not - We would say to our patrons ana omers r - then I r ths -ke f bf B '"J l te a continnance of the Tri ,,,1,1 thank von for past patronage and "iwtea - you line- " i - - , . . .-, vnllinc to uiviue wim Le. W.to'wliI Pleasure, and neighbors. Call and see us and we will show thro Jh our pleasure to yourself, we trust. Main Stre,AcJltaMl2.-Ol!i- Is the Best preparation ever made for Eestcrins Grey Hair to its original color. It removes Dandruff and stops tho Hair falling. It renders the Hair soft. beantiM and vigorous, preserves its laroriance when abun dant, and restores itsColor, Vitality, and Life, when dry, harsh, and decaying. - Tmure Your Dwellings in the WATERTOWN F EB rNSTJRANCK COMPANY, Watertown, N. Y. - 2SS5?; :::::::::MS Jti i.ia-. Total Avet, - WjW KOT EXPOSED BT HAZAKDO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 October 1876

r 7s ASHTABULA GRAPH A ... - - .,, - " . . 1 ' ' j AS; REED & SON, Publishers. Independent in all tilings. S2 in Advance Vol: XXVII, No. 42. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1876. 7 Whole Number 1398. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. try Goods Grocertei, Crocker nd Om- Hie fiU and Ct, Tobw4 and Cigara, and everythin? , lamHy neln to eat Wear. iiurUl UUia sHrcr: aiv If. C.TOM8Et CO., H.C. Tombes, anil E. KoCEWeil A. J. 1"""".' i u i i. Retail lalers lu Groeen auL J'0" ns tnd ml Fruits anuuraiu; AS""""" . y.r , Union Kxpress .1 H..-.I.1 vl, .IrrrL AshUlbUia, O. I1.H Aitl.tcK. w.SAVAGI Dealers in Choice Confectionery, and the flora brand of To- uacco ana igarn. R WBI.LS, Produce anal xwnmission - , . 1 ..:A nllH.lIUBaHn.l nf tt'MU Mercnaut i." .tic puivu. ...... TV. i. era Reserve Butler. Cheese and Uried F ru'U, Main stre-i, asiiuui, Crockery. v luaru i.iew - Ohio. izii la. Goods. Groceries, Crockery and J' next door north of Fisk Hon, Mum st1. Asnianuta, mm. Groyne. ProviHio. a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 October 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Morning, Oct. 20th, 1876. REPUBLICAN TICKET NATIONAL. Election Tuesday, November 7th, ltfTS. . For President, nCTHERFOKD B. HAYES, of Ohio. For Vice President. WILLIAM A. WHEELER, of New York. For Presidential Elector at Large, AARON F. PERRY, of Hamilton County. EDWARD n. BOHM, of Cuyahoga County. Ohio gave, in October 187?, of 12.105 Republican, and in i majority Xoveruber gave Grant a majority of 84,100 Indiana went Democratic, in October 1ST2 by a majority of 114-3, and in Novem ber it gave Grant a majority of 21,000. When yon hear a Democratic speaker be wailing the enormous taxes the people must pav, ask hiui who created the debt and made the taxes necessary. Sporting men who put their trust in the Democratic Central Committee, are throw ing after their disappearing stakes some re marks about the enthusiastic Chairman, that are more cmphstic than complimen tary. The younger Dr. Tyng took part on the dedication of the First Reformed Episco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 October 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES REED SOX. PBorKirroRS. fhiday mo.::;i.u, ocr. .-oih. Advertisers Take Notice. ' The tirtxUitiim of the TELEGRAPH is more tlum tu-iee that of miy paper . published in AMaMa, and rani among ' flit first with other pripers in I hit seeliun of the ., ,. , Advertisers trill find it to their interest to hear these facts in mind. LOCAL NEWS. " Tbe new pontoon bridj t the Harior will soon be completed. A good business is offered for sale at North Kingsvilie. See T. W. Shaw's adv. There was no meeting of the Council last Wednesday evening for want of a quo rum. Complaint is male that some of the dojrs as well as the eUicki-ns of the village have been wantonly poisoned. A row broke out at Large ' saloon at the Ilarbor on Monday evening, and in the melee one of the party had a leg broken. The District Court sits in this county, April 20th, and the Common Pleas, Jan. 29th, May 31st and September 24th, 1877. The barge Catlin, that was beached just below the.harbor, went to p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 October 1876

NEW AKRIVAL O B.WEBB & SON'S ITLlg JTxl ctiacX Winter Trade. ivn AS XEAT AXD XEW A STOCK OF CLOTHIKG AS THERE IS AU A& iw K htxj COUNTY. Ti-. i nnr nations and others misrepresent onr goods for the sake of trade, but a fair honest statement and then do as you like. We would thank yon for past patronage and icvile a continnanee of the same. We are not selfish enough to expect all the trade, but are willing to divide with neighbors. Call and see us and we will show through our stock with pleasure, and pleasure to yourself, we trust. Main StreetrAshtabula, Ohio. Parker's 11 Gray Hair to its original color. It is entirely harmless, and f re from th cheap and impure ingredient that render many other preparations injurious. It is exQuisitely perfumed, and so perfectly and elegantly prepared as to make it a toilet luxury, indispensable to those who have cnoe used it. It removes T ac druff and stops the Hair felling. It renders tho Hair vigorous and beautiful. It preserves its luxur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 27 October 1876

: 1 J AS. REED & SON", Publishers. Independent in all tilings. S2 in Advance .Vol. XXVII, No. 43. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1876. Whole Number 1399. 1 JH JLM (Ik JklPEI BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MEUCUANTS.- wiMttt. H . General Valeria Cry Goods, Groceries, Crockery and iias- w .ire, Boot aod Shoes. Keatiy-Maoe twin ing Hats and Cava, Tobacoua aud Ciitars, and everything a family needs to eat or rear, North Main street, asniaouia. i-w TO.VBES & CO.. (H. C. Tombes, L. IS. Bock well & A CTombMJ Wholesale ana Retail Dealers iu Groceries and Provisions f-auiu and Grain; Agents for American and Vaiaa txpreas Companies and. Cleveland Hernia, Main street, auu"""i - A.H.AB. W.SAV.SlDeleni la Choice .oTv.imceriesu.ia i-rov.sis; a so, pure Confectionery, and the ttue-l brands ol 10- baccoand Cigar. " - . u . fr,win and Commission "Merchant fore purchase and fjleofW. ern Reserve Butter, Cheese and Dried Fruits, Main street, Asbtabula, Ohio. .. .. a. tvlrh. Dealers In Fancy and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 27 October 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Moraiflg!Oct127tM. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. Election Tuesday. November 7th, WTO. For Presidant, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, of Ohio. For Vice President. WILLIAM A. WHEELER, of Xew York. For Presidential Elector at Large, AARON F.PERRY, of Hamilton County. EDWARD H. BOHM, of Cuyahoga County. ' ' "' " For District Electors. 1st Dlst.-JOHN W. HEBRON. M Dirt.-JOHN W. WABRISGTON. . M Ds'.-GEOEGK Wr HCUCK. ; 4th Dit.-JOHN C. WILUAM30S.- Sth Dlst.-ISAAC N. Al.fcAAur... OthtMsi.JAMES B. LCtrKEY. 7th Diet. ORANGE EL'WARDS. . 8th Diit. ANSON P. HOWARD. th DUt.-JOHN HANK. ', 10th Dist. JOHN 8. DAVIS. 11th Dist. JOHN L. JONES, lith Dist. AUGUSTUS B. KELLER. . 13th Pitt EDWARD M. DOWNEB. 14th Dist. ANDREW II. BUBNS 15th Dist. COLUMBIA DOWNING. 16th Dist. DAVID CUNNINGHAM. . 17th Dist.-JOHN H. WHITCBAFT. lfttfcDist.-SAslUEL G. BAENATO). 19th Dist. BEHJAMIN F. WADE. SWh Dist WORTHY S. STRSATOR. Brick Pomeroy has been approached with a bribe from the Tilden bar! ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 27 October 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. .. .JASIES REEI 4 .SOX. PauriurTniM. Trtn. 82 per Year In Advance. FRIDAY iIUi::iXG, OCT. 27th, 1S70. j Advertisers Take Notices. The circulation of the TEL LOP. API! is more than ttrice that of any pijrr pnblislxd in Ashtabula, and ranis among ' the first vith tluer paper in this tedium of tU State. Advertiser trill find it to their intend to bear these facts in mind. LOCAL NEWS. Auditor Crowell and Clerk Lamb have been visiting the Centennial. Xcxt Wednesday evening there wil! Is? a regular meeting of the Council. Teachers' examination at Jefferson, Tuesday, Oct. 31at Ii is expected that the steamer Metrofi olis will make this "harbor he.' headquarters next season. . . The County Teacher Institute, will bs fold at Conneaut lurihr the week beyin nm; with Nov. 20th, 1870. ' The pontoon bridge at the. Harbor is again in place and in use, but at this writ ing not complete. Our citizens will be glad to know that our Council are moving in the matter of numbering the hotwe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 27 October 1876

NEW ARRIVAL O . B. WEBB & SON'S ; ; . . ? . - - FOE. 37H ITll rL3. Winter Trade. AT AS SEAT AND A STOCK OF CLOTIIIXG AS TEEEE IS IN ASIITABCLA COUNTY. We would say to our patrons and others misrepresent our goods lor the sake of trade, fnr nast same. We are not selfish enough to pct neighbors. Call and see us and we will pleasure to-vourself , we trust. Main Street, Asjvtabujg. JJhjo. Gray Hair to it a' original color. It is entirely harmless, and fres from the cheap and impure ingredient that render many other preparations injurious. It is " exouisitely perfumed, and so perfectly end elegantly prepared as to make it a toilet luxury, indispensable to those -who have ence used it- It removes ran druff and stops the Eair felling. It renders the Hair rigorous and beanUful It preserves it luxuriance when abundant, end restores its Color and Lift when Gray, harsh and decaying. Bold by Druggists and Tealers generally. that we take pride in saying that we do not but a fair honest state...

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