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

ASHTABULA TELEGRAPH JA.S. REEP & SON, Publishers. Independent in all things. in Advance Vol. XXVII, No. 49. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1876. Whole Number 1405. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MEiiCUANTS. THIM. N. BOOTH, General ealer . Drv Hoods Groceries, Crockery and Olass w.ire, Biots and SKoes. Keedy-Made Clotb- ntr Hats and Cans. Tobaccos and Cigar. and everything a family needs to jtut wear. North Main street, Ashtabula. Lvi II. c. TO.VIBES tc CO., (H. C. Tombes, K. P.ock well A. '. Toinbes.) Wholesale Ketail Dealers In Groceries ana r-roviiou. Fruits and Grain; Agents for American Union Express (.'oiiiuaiiies and Cleveland iieralil, Maiu street, .vsutapuia. v. A . H. & E. W.SAV.GE,DealersinCnoic F amil-.'GrO'-cries:nil provisions; also. pure i miectionerv, and the finest brands of To bacco and Cigars. 11 S. B. WEI.LS Produce and Commission Merchant for the purcimse and shIc of West ern Reserve Butier. Chetneand Dried Fruits, Main street, Ashtabula, unio. CARLISLE tc Tlt...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 8 December 1876

HE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Morning, Dec. 8th, 1876. Case's Institute will be held in the Arm ory Hall South Carolina is a law abiding State when it can't help it. . - The Democratic tidal wave drowned no body but Democrats. Case's Institute will continue ten day; closing with a concert. The South Carolina Legislature is Be- - publican in both branches. Gold is falling. fThe public pulse re- unnnda to a fair and honest count. . TWinners will hare a Rood chance to ' learn to read music at Case's Institute. The children's class of Case's Institute will meet at 3 p. m. on Tuesday, Dec. 12. Jefferson Daris has come home. His ap pearance is timely for helping aloDg a fair count. When a man says he is a gentleman he is laboring under the impression that no one knows it. The older singers of the city will hare a good chance to study some reany ciassuau music at Case's Institute. The Oorrr Local Newt, a "fearless ined- pendent" paper, according to the Conneaut- rille Courier, Has ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 8 December 1876

THE: TELEGRAPH. JAMES REED A SON. Propbistobs. T.nna. r Year In Airurt. FRIDAY MORyiXG, DEC, h, 1876. Advertisers Take Notice. The circulation of the TELEGRAPH it more . than twice thai of any paper published in Ashtabula, and rank among the first with other paper in this teetiun of the State. Advertisers will find it to their interest to hear these facts in mind. of for Y CLUB LIST FOR 1877. 'I HE Proprietors of the Tki.k- 1 oraph Lave made Arrangements with tbe publishers of the newspapers and maga sinea mentioned below, to club with the lELESBiru or the coming year. Those de siring to bike the Teuukaph and any of these publications wil1 find it much cheaper to teave their orders at ttits otlice. Cash in advanoe will in all cases be required 7 m-ith Price. Tel. Leader, Cleveland l i w Ohio Farmer 2W SaO Lippincott's Magazine 4 00 5nu Philadelphia Medical Time .00 6 00 New York enil-weckly Time S 00 4 30 " - Weeklv Time 2 00 SU0 " Daily times 1000 12o " Graphic 12 W " r " Weekly Gr...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 8 December 1876

SELF-PRESERVATION IS THE FIRST LAW OF NATURE. Every one who requires the use of Medicines should exercise great care in purchasing none hut Pure, Fresh and First-Class articles, and none hut competent Drug gists should he allowed to fill prescriptions. We feel justified in saying that we can give the people of Ash tabula the benefit of all these. "WV have none but new and reliable goods, and a mf.n thoroughly competent to handle and compound them. Should you have Prescriptions and Eecipes of any kind you wish filled, we cordially ask you to give us a trial. "We guarantee satisfaction in every case. We keep a full line of Drugs, Dye Stuffs, Toilet Ar ticles, and Druggist Sundries, also a fine assortment of Stationery, including all the latest styles and qualities, as well as common grades. Should you wish anything in our line not in stock, will procure the game on short notice and at rea by on r,-quiite of to A. R. THURBER & CO., Ashtabula House Block. NEW AEEIVAL O B, WEBB &...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 December 1876

IT" ' J VS. REED & SCXTST, Publishers. Independent in all tilings. S2 in. Advance Vol. XXVII, No. 50. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1876. Whole Number 1 40 6 WMF j: w iP1 "D A - BUSINESS DIRECTORY. .,? MERCHANTS. 1111. fl . PHUinf MVlin ,U Klin iu Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery and Glass- -- 1 1 . i , .. i ;.- vi...), i i. . t ns? Hats and Caps, Tobacco and Clears, and everything a family needs to eat or wear. North Main street, Ashtabula. law H. TOMBRS k CO., (H. C. Tombes, U E. Rockwell S A. C.Toinhes,) Whoiewileand Retail Dealers in Groceries and Provisions, Fruits and Grain; Attents for American and Unin txpress luipaiiies and Cleveland Herald. Main street, Ashtabula, O. f WW A.M. E. W.SAVAE,-ealersinCnoic FVwmilv '.Jro:-ertesu"l Provisions; also.pure Confectionery, and the Unest brands of io bMxo and Cigars. l" 8. B. WKbLSi Produce and Commission Merchant for the purchase and sale of West ern Keserve Butter, Cheese and Dried Fruita, Main streut, Ashtabula, Ohio. lii...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 December 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Morning, Deo. 15th,U37S. The reflux ofpecie from Europe contin ues. Staamships arriTing on a single daj bt week, brought $1,300,000. More people from Ohio Tisitei the Cen tennial than from any other Slat, eare Penusylrania. Tilden will now have guod time tot mt" tending to that suit with Uncle Sam, touch ing that revenue frauds "The President is a rery obstinate man." Hewitt and his friends find that he cannot be ooaxed or bullied. - For the dozen federal offices in Cincin nati, the OazttU says there were fire hun dred aspirants. The highest majority for Hayes elector In Louisiana is 1,900; th lowest 400. Pack ard, Republican, for Governor, gets 1,000. The Republican Legislature of South Carolina, in joint session, on Wednesday last, elected a V. S. Senator-Corbin by name. Oh! most pient "Moses f That such party supleness and devotion should come to soch an ignominious end, is quite un- fortunate. Greenbacks are making "more rapid ap- Tpreciati...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 December 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. " JAMES REED A SON. PsopmnaiM. rm. per Tear in FRIDAY MORXIXG, DEC. 15th. Advertisers Take Notice. . The circulation of tht TELEGRAPH it more than twice that of any paper published in Ashtabnla, and ranis among the first tciih other papers in this seettm of the State. ' .Advertisers trill find it to their interest to bear these facts in mind. . CLUB LIST FOR 1877. 1 HE Proprietors of the Tele X graph have made arrangement with . h mibiishersof the newspapers and maza rines mentioned below, to club with the Tn caupa for the coming year. Those de siring to take the Teleurapb and any of these puoncawuns will uuu 1 i uiiku cueapCT to leave their orders at this office. Cash in advance will in all ease be required Re. Price. Leader, Cleveland (1 ' Ohio Farmer 2t Lippincott'g Magazine 4 00 Philadelphia Medical Times 4 00 New York semi-weekly Times.... 00 " Weekly- Times 2 00 " Daily Times 10 00 " " " Graphic " " Weekly Graphic Appleton's Journal 8 00 - with Steel En--graving...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 December 1876

JYew Goods! " Step In and examine the New ' FROM KEW YORK AXD CLEVELAND. All kind of Brushes, Pocket Books, Port Monaics, Perfumes, HAND VIIRBOBS e. Ac, FOR THE HOLIDAYS. - . m ' 1 1 "V i r Sign of the "Golden Mortar, -, Asataouviiio. New Goods! Goods Juft recelv.-d by SELF-PRESERVATION IS THE FIRST LAW OF NATURE " Every one who requires the use of Medicines should exercise great care in. purchasing none hut Pur, Fresh and First-Class articles, and none hut competent Drug gists should . he allowed to fill prescriptions, we feel justified in saying that we can give the people, of Ash tahula the henefit of all these. "We have none but new and reliable goods, and a man thoroughly competent to handle and compound them. Should you have Prescriptions and Eecipes of any kind you wish filled, we cordially ask you to give us a triaL - We guarantee satisfaction in every case. l We keep a full line of Drugs, Dye Stuffs, Toilet Ar ticles, and Druggist Sundries, also a fine assortment of Station...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 December 1876

E773 I stsr & i i si m i t i b.r m.h m mm Ml III tWA uAMf A , l Can writ Cmi irni3 BiiiiimT Cumm3 fin 1118 1 WSBB opera . Mlomday, Pecenimlpeir II ti, tllae ILapgest aiad ircst lExtennsive lock f WS3(S (IrED8) ever sBbowdd ina As!n Habmla. HDIfls at Bess itHnaim BaaBf tine ensimaB piriee ; big" -Mime off Trys alt prices less tBnann deaBes's Bnave it pay for ttHaese (fiods. We finave rat tie space to ennraimaepaite tlbe cflilffieireimit Slimes If (Soods, hmt propose it give Mir cunstoinnieirs a IbeinielSlt it break UDne esitHinnaite psices nassiaily cinan'ged fop IHIM(dlay Cficxodls. We ncaviite aBB win wmh it prairctiase annaB ttBa!e win d nnolt t caDB" a end BEi at tlaese goods anad to coinmpafe tfBue prices with tBaose jmseafliy cOnairged. 17 IFLO LAI jQ.sHa"C!;jsiT3ixiiiIlsa.

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 15 December 1876

OLD SAYINGS. As poor as a church motive. As thin as a rail; As fat as a porpoise. As rough as a gale; As brave as a lion. As spry as a cat: As bright as a sixpence, As weak as a rat. As proud as a peacock. At, sly as a fox; As wad as a March hare, As strong as an ox; As fair as a lily. , As empty as air: As rich as Crcesu, As cross as a bear. As pure as an angel. As neat as a pin; As smart as a steel trap. As ugly as sin: As dead as a door-nail. As while as a sheet; As flat as a pnncake, As red as a beet. As round as an apple. As black as your hat; As brown as a berry. As blind as a bat; As mean as a miser. As full as a tick; As plump as a partridge, As sharp as a stick. As clean as a penny. As dark as a pall: As hard as a mill-stone. As bitter as gall: As fine as a fiddle. As clear as a bell: As dry as a herring. As deep as a well. As light ns a fe ither. ' As'hard as a rock; ' As stiff as a poker, ' As calm as a clock; ; As green as gosling, J As brisk as a bee; And now let me sto...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 December 1876

, f ' ADT LA TELEGRAPH JL-JlLJJJ? JA8. REED & SON, IPublisihers. Independent in all things. S2 in -A.dva.nc3 Vol. XXVII, Xo. 51. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 22, 1876 Whole Number 14C7. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. TIIOS. K. BOOTH. Genera) ealer In Dry Goods, Groceries, cmcke'r mid Glass ware. B wis ana snoes. neisuy-.MHie ioiu nz HaU and Caps, Tobaccos anil Cigars, and everything a fnmily needs to eat or wear. North Main street, Aahtabuia. 1 II. r. TO.HHK8 & C-o.. (H. C. Toinbes, L. E. Rockwell A. C. Tombes.j Wholesale and itet-til Dealers in (i(ixrt and Provision. KruiUsHmKimin; Airentsfor American and union Express Companies ana cieveian - Herald, Alain aireet, Asutaouia, im A.'i. E. W.S.4 VAC K, Dealers in Choice Fanitlvirocerie:i.i 1 provisions; also. pure Confectionery, and the flnest Drandsot to bacco and Cigars. 1 -i S. B. ttKt.LS, Produce and Commission Meretiant for the purchase and sale of West ern tteserve tiuuer, lomwhuu finu nun Main slre-t, Ashlabuia, ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 December 1876

'HE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Morning, Dec. 22nd, 1876. Now doth the hungry Tildeo reformer go np nd down like a roaring lion seeking whom he may scare somebody. The action of the Prosecuting Attorney of Sandusky in abandoning the cases of embezzlement and forgery against Bush R. Sloane, seems to require an explanation. The Democratic State Central Committee of Indiana is instructed to demand the in auguration of Tilden and Hendricks. This of course disposes of the question before the country. The speech of Governor Hayes at Day ton, last week, offers a striking contrast tl the boast of Tilden that if Hayes shquM''be inaugurated, be would worry hiroTbiil the end of his term. The Senate on Wednesday of last week, rejected the Edmunds proposition to amend the Constitution so as to make the Supreme Court a grand returning board .i . i.t of President and Vice President. We have private advices from the region of the Red Biver of the North, which say that tht stream was frozen s...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 December 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES REED SON. Propkiktobs. Itrah Pr Tear la .. FKIDAT MORXING, DEC. 22nd, 18TC. Advertisers Take Notice. The circulation ofjhs TELEGRAPH is more than t trice thai f any paper publisltcd in Aslitubula, and ranks omuitg the first ttilh other paper in this section of the State, Advertisers via find it tfl their interest to bear these in mind. CLUB LIST FOR 1877. 1 'HE Proprietors of the Tklk I .-. du hrr made arrangements wit I the publishers of the newspapers and maiea sines mentioned below, to club with the tb-i maAPH for the com in if vear. Those de siring to take the Tklk,eaph and any" of tnese puoncauons win nna it mucu iuwjri to leave tneir oraers at mis oiiice. vuu m advance will in all cases be retjuirea. Re. With Price. Tel. Leader. Cleveland - H " rihln Fanrur 2 DO ISO Lippinoott's Maeazine 6' Philadelphia Medical Times i UO 50U New York semi-weekly Times; 8W 4 ( - Weekly Times 2 00 w " " Daily Times l0tl 12 JU " Graphic 12 " " " Weekly Graphic W ADDleton's J...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 22 December 1876

SELF-PRESERVATION IS THE FIRST LAW OF NATURE Every one wno requires the use oi meuicines should .exercise great care in purchasing none but Pure, Fresh T?t.n?B nrtirlAs and none but competent Drug gists should be allowed to fill prescriptions. We-feel justified in saying that we can give the people of Ash tabula the benefit of all these, y i , .. 3 i . n ayi1 a man - We have none out new ana reuauis gu", - - thoroughly competent to handle and compound them. ' Should you have Prescriptions nd Eecipes of any kind you wish filled, we cordiaiir aB yuu bW b"" - trial. We guarantee satisfact in every case - We kee a full line of Dye Stuffs, Toilet Ar- tides, and Druggist Susies, also a fine assortment of ; Stationery, incluWall the latest styles and qualities, . as well as commorf grades. Should ycwish anything in our line not in stock, we will procure the same on short notice and at rea A. R. THURBER & CO., Ashtabula House Block. NEW ARRIVAL O .A. B. WEBB FOE 3713.0 Fnii o.xic3. Wint...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 December 1876

BESS GrR APP " J .VS. REED & SON, Publishers- Independent in all things,- S.2 in Advanc Vol. .XXVII, No. 52. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, FOSMBEE 29, 187 Whole Number 14' 8 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. tbos. 1M. BOOTH. General ealer Dry Goods, Groceries, CrocKcy and .t anil Shoes. Ready-Made nz flats and Caps. Tobaccos and and everything a family needs to wear. North Mam street, asntaouia. 1 H. TO.HBE8 tc CO., lH. C. Tombes. E. Rock well A. C. Tombes,) W holesaie liefciil trailers in Groceries and Provisions, fruit and Grain; AcenU for American . iTi. i-Tnnu fY.miu.niea and Cleveland Herald. Main street, Ashtabula, O. ' 1 X. 11. A: B. SAVAGE, Dealers in V auillT Groceries anl Provisions; n so. Coniec'tionery.and the finest brands of . m mmr. w u PnHnce and Commission Merchant tor the purchase and sale of ern Reserve Buer. tneow aim un r Main street, Ashtabula, Ohio. ... tvi.rr. rieaters in and Staple Dry Goods, tiuniily Groeeriesand Crockery. Wlliards Se Block, Ashtabula, . unio. ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 December 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Morning, Dec. 29th, 1876. The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad is carry ' ing corn from the West in coal cars, so large has been the increase iq the traffic The electoral vote of Florida is deposited with the President of the Senate, and therefore beyond reach of recall or revi sion. ' Preparations on a magnificent scale are making for the proclamation of ueen Vic . toria as Empress of India, at Delhi an the 1st of January. There is a growing feeling among north ern IV mocrats that the southern wing of the jjaity is lacking in enthusiasm for the Tl'..-n programme. T!:r recent advance in. boots and shoes is 30 per cent., and manufacturers have or ders largely in excess of their capacity. The revival is coming. The weight of opinion is against the suc cess of Speaker Bandall in his attempt to bull-doze President Orton, and the West ' ern Union Telegraph Co. The large foreign demand for "United States products, and the remunerative prices that most a...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 December 1876

r,;wTUE fIXLEGRAPII. ; ... JAMES ilKU 4 X. Pwwiwiw. ,FBIUAY 3I0RX1NU. DKC. 2!ih, Advertisers Take Notice. Ths circulation of tht TELEGRAPH 4 M wore Ann ttricr that of any pal -. publifhrti in AftiOiouia, ud rank amoitg tlJf firxt with other ptpert in this rWrwi of the' State. Adwtirr$ win find it to their i,ttert to bear th-c Joels i" mind. CLUB LIST FOR 1877. '1 HE Proprietor yi the Tei.e I graph have niartrraneenienw with the pui....uersol tlx- ewpnpers and mmai .... T. ,...,,.h beunr. to club with he i . . ,'.,... f. i (inning v-nr. Tboe ie- fciru to take ne Tfci.Ki.HAFH and any of these publicsiXons 11 I1" cheaper ui leave nirfi uruci " 1 .u- advance will in ii case pe reuireu With Tel. I.eder, Cleveland.. f ' Ohio Fanner 'j'" Lippineotl's Macazine ' 11, . uttia M.lx-ni i'ime. 4 1' 3.10 5 0" 0 OD 4 : 3n 12il0 Vur Vark ..onil-uoklv iiim SI" - Ve-kiy Time UfUIr Times . 2 ml 1UU " " Graphic " Weekly Uraphic Anoleton'a Journal 12 HI 4 il 4 40 sou - . wit steel Ku- jrravingoTrha. 1-i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 29 December 1876

SELF-PRESERV" THE FIRST" T. OF NATURE Every one wno requires the use 01 meuicmes should ersrcise great care in purchasing none but Ture. -Fresh -,ad First-Class articles, and none but competent Drrg T'gists should be allowed to fill prescriptions. 7e feel '" justified in saying that we can give the people of AsbV tabula the benefit of all these. "We" have none but new and reliable goods, and a man thoroughly competent to handle and compound them. Should you have Prescriptions and Recipes of any kind you wish filled, we cordially ask you to give us a trial We guarantee satisfaction in every. case. .V;T "We keep a full line of Drugs, Dye Stuffs, Toilet Ar ticles, and Druggist Sundries, also a fine assortment ' of Stationery, including all the latest styles and qualities, as well as common grades. Should you wish anything in our line not in stock, we will procure the same on short notice and st reasonable . a. R. THUREEE & CO., Ashtabula House Block. NEW AREIVAL O CD -A. B. WEBB &a...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 January 1877

Independent in -ajll things &S2AsCt't '' ' ,T VS. R KKD '& SON, Publishers. S2 in Advanc; ASHTABULA, OHiO, FRIDAkJANUARY 5, 1 877 Vol. XXVIIINo. 1. Whole Number 1409; BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. ' " - point war houM t 4yul th4f snow, ol Jury the ball i -"was call tuo. N. BOOTH. General ealer nrj Goods, Gmreriai, Crockery ami Gl" , ,-e Bool and Sbows. KwUy-Made Ooih ne' Hats and Cap. Tobaccos and t tears, and everything a family need to eat wear. North Main street, Ashtabwa. l . r TOIIHM t CO.. (H. C. Tombes, Union Express Companies na um muu Herald. MainrtreeiAshU.bnut, O. IM A.H.&B. W. SAVAGE Dealers in Choice K "nil irocerie ..ad Prwvisiona ; .K" " Confectionery, and the finest brands of lo- uimv . .. ,i -iirnnL - a ft ."wRiiLSv Produce and Commission Merchant for the purchase-ana sale of WwtfrSlteserve Butter, Cheese and Dried Fruits, Main street, Ashtabula, Uhio. 12it CARLISLE tc T If LER, Dealers In Fancy fnd Staple m.Jtlt Crockery. vt uiaru a. , .---;. Ohio. . ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 January 1877

THE DISASTER! Unajpy Opening of the New Year at Ashtabula! Full Particulars, Incidents, ice, of the Accident. Official Report of the Coroner's Inquest. The Pacific express train, with two en gines and eleven passenger coaches, a pal ace and sleeper, due here at 5:30, p. m., on Friday last, reached the bridge near the station at about 7 o'clock. Both engines were at the front, and the leading one just cleared the west bank sufficiently for the engineer Dan M'Guire to open the throt tle and by a full bead of steam, to break the shackle between his tender and the oth er engine, and save himself, engine and -i&der. The other engine fell with the bridge, and he rest of the trail drawn after them. Folsom, the engineer of this engine, escaped with little injury. Con ductor Henn and the news agent got out without serious injury. The bridge was an iron trestle, 155 feet long, with a large amount of material in it, and the plunge was 70 ft. to the surface of the water. The reports of the ...

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