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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 21 September 1877

a eonn a ID T -LA TELEGRAPH J .VS. REED & SON . Publishers. - Independent in all tilings. S2 in Advance ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1877 Vol. XXVIII, No. 38. Whole Number 1446 BUSINESS DIRECTORY MERCHANTS. TIIOS. W. BOOTH, General Dealer In ware. Boots and Shoes. Ready-Made Cloth ing Hats and Caps. Tobacco ana cismr, aud everythini a family need to eat or wear. North Main street. Ashtabula, ism H. C. TOHBKS A: CO., (H. C Tombes, Lj E. Hoekwell A. C Tombea,; W holesale and Ketail Dealers in Groceries and Provisions. Kruit and Grain ; Agents for American and Union Express Companies " .clee!,V Herald, Main street, Ashtabula. O. A. II. K. W. SAVAGE, Dealer. In Cl'" r'aT.:!v.i!eeriei.n.l Provisions: a .Pt, re Confectionery, and the Howl brand of l baceo and Cigars. t. n o Ki Produce and Commission ern P.erve Butter Chees-e and Dried Fruits, Main streat, Ashtabula, Ohio. i ClKLHLR TVLFK,Denlersln Fancy and Staple Drv Goods. Family Groceries and Crockery. Willard's New Block...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 21 September 1877

THE TELEGRAPH. 0ino. 1 Vain StrtH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. FridayMorniDf1Sept121 REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Representative. FREEMAN THORP. For Treasurer, , S. H. COOK. For Aodltor. : W. H. CROWELL. For Recorder, K F. MASON. For Prosecuting Attorney, E. B. LEONARD. For Coroner, A. W. STILES. For County Surveyor, J. A. F1CKINGER. ; For Commissioner, CALVIN DODGE. For Infirmary Director, M. W. WRIGHT. REPUBLICAN DISTRICT TICKET. f atntp "Senator ,' W. P. HOWLAND. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor, W. H. WEST. For Llentenant Governor, FERDINAND TOGELER. For Judge of the Supreme Court, W. W. JOHNSON. For Attorney General. GEORGE K. NASH. For Clerk of the Supreme Court. D WIGHT CUOELh. For Treasurer, JOHN M. MILLIKEN. For School Commoner. JOSEPH F. LlK.-N&, For Member Board of public Work., F A. W. LUCKY, It comes to us through our N. Y. City Daily Exchanges, that Garfield and Pendleton are to stump this State together. Garfield and Pendleton and Eff ing nd Matthews, the four Senato r...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 21 September 1877

A. R. THURBER & CO. 9 s- a K a & c 5' o !2 si 3 02 O .S O Droit Medicine. Toilet and Faney Articles. cd everything usually kept In Frltl Drug ftore. rM call and examine our ,jpreBcrlption and Recipes compounded with care- 184 Main Street, Ashtabula, O C3 CO S3 o o o 75 P 3 ft A. R. TIIURBEK & CO. 1441-4 THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES REED A SON'. Proprietors. Trma. 2 per Sear 1- A4nre. FEIDAY MOEXTXG. SEPT. 21st. 1877. LOCAL NEWS. CAMPAIGN MEETING. Hon. Win. H. West will speak at Jefferson on Friday, Oct. 5, and at Ashtabula on the evening of the same day. Ample opportu nity will thus be given for ever voter in the county to avail himself of the opportu nity of listening to our Republican stand ard bearer. We may see and form our own estimate of the ability and fitness of the man for the place to which he has been designated. Yon may then, if per mitted to see his Democratic competitor, institute a comparison, and vote intelli gently upon the merits of the man of your choice. Let ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 21 September 1877

THE ERSE STORE lew AT THE Erie Store ! NOTHING Was Ever Seen Goods Spmhg Goods AT THE Erie Store LIEE IT in Ashtabula. DRESS GOODS. Spring Plaids.. Spring Plaids.. Spring Plaids.. Spring Plaids.. .- 8c ..10c .12c . .15c Very Good Crash 8c Table Linen -...20c up Good Fringed Towels 8c SPEEADS. guilts at $ '75 Quilts at ..... 1-00 Quilts at- 1-25 Qniltsat. 1-65 Quilts at all prices. . Woolen Cloths! "We have opened the LARGEST AND FEvEST STOCK MEN & BOY'S WEAR fcEver Seen in Ashtabula. Ton via ie astonished at the Low Prices. HOSIERY, SPRING GLOVES, PvUCIIES, CORSETS. Dress Goods ! gOO PIECES Elegant Style Dress Goods jt 25o. ; per Yard.. EVERYTHING YOU CAN THI5K OF IS DKESS GOODS. BLACK CASHMERES. Pieces worth 75c 65c Pieces Pieces Pieces u cc u 87c . $1.00. VOC 85c ..... i.oo 1.25.. to be the beet made We Warrant the lveJot Let tbn ever sold. 35 Per rent. .., The Best Lot of One Dollar Gloves , . In America. : ALL TEE NEW SHADES. EMBROIDERIES Jnet Kecelved and CHEAP AS DIET. RIB...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 28 September 1877

7 AHA JA.S. REED JJvblishers. Independent in all things. S2 in .Advance ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTJEMBEK 28, 1877 Vol. XXVIII, No. 3J).. Whole Number 1447 GRAM. Z 1 I - C II- M tl i tl P 1 Jl AA. JTSLKiJ.JL JL -JL- JLjxJLJ' ' BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANT'S. thos. ft. BOOTH. Mineral le:i!'r in Irv (ioods. Groceries, Crockery and iia-- ware. Boots and Shoes. Kcidy-lade Cloth ing Hat and Caps. Tobawos and Cigars, and everything a family needs to eat or wear. .North Alain street, Ashtabuia. i w H. C. TOttBES & ro., llL C. Tombes, 1 fc Rockwell A: A.C. Tombes.) noiesaicauu Retail Dealers in Groceries and Provisions. Fruits and Grain; Agents for American and Union Express Companies and Cleveland tieraiq, Main street, Asniaouia, i"L- A. II. c E. W. SA T lfi K, Ieaters In "'';; Fa.nitei.rocerieswi.i Provisions; also, mil e . Confectionery. "! the lines brands ot to bacco and Cigars. r"1 sTb. WEi,LS Produce and Commission Merchant for the purchase and sale o! West- ern Reserve Butter ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 28 September 1877

:the telegraph. Qfllc 128 Main Street. " ASHTABULA. OHIO.. Friday Morning, Sept. 23th,1877. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, FREEMAN THOKP. . For Treasurer, , a IL COOK. - For Auditor. -W. H. CROWELL. For Recorder, E. F. 31ASOX. For Pro-wenting Attorney, E. B. LEONARD. - For Coroner,1. A. W. STILES. For County Surveyor, J. A. FICKIXGEE. For Commissioner, CALYIX DODGE. For Infirmary Director, M. W. WRIGHT. REPUBLICAN DISTRICT TICKET. For StatelSenator W. P. HOWLAKP. REPUBLICAN DISTRICT TICKET. For Governor, W. H.' WEST. ' " For Lieutenant Governor, FERDINAND VOGELER. For Judge of the Bupreme Court, W. W. JOHNSON. For Attorney General. GEORGE K. NASH. For Clerk of the Supreme Court, D WIGHT CROWELL. For Treasurer. JOHN M. J1ILLLKEN. For School Commissioner, JOSEPH F. LUKENS, For Member Board of public Works, A. W. LUCKY. tiold closed iu .New York last Wednesday at 1.03. We have a "solid bouth once more, but it seems to be rather solid for " the President and his policy of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 28 September 1877

A.R.THURBER&CO ( 73 'TO O o t o a o o o ft , - a. Drag Medicine. Toilet Mid Fancy Art'dea. aud everything oaually : kept In a Fr"tCla Drug Store. Piee -call and examine our. goods. . Prescr1ptlon and Recipe compounded with care. 184 Main treet. Ashtabula, O. T3 CO u CO A. R. THURBER-& CO. 1441-40 THE TELEGRAPH. ' JAMES REED BON. PnoparrroM. Tirni. per.Ttir ! FRIDAY MORNTNG. SEPT. 28th, 1877. LOCAL NEWS. CAMPAIGN MEETING. non.Wm.H-West will speak at Jefferson on Friday, Oct. 5, and at Ashtabula on the evening of the same day. Ample opportu nity will thus be giveu lor every voter in the county to avail himself of the opportu nity of listening to our Republican stand ard bearer. We may see and form our own estimate of the ability and fitness of the man for the place to which he has been designated. You may then, if per mitted to see his Democratic competitor, institute a comparison, and vote intelli gently upon the merits of the man of your choice. Let all, then, of every party...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 28 September 1877

Nebchadnezzar's Hunting Diary. . ' Among the discoveries made by Col. Ilawlingoon, In the ercavations , of Babylon, was Nebuchadnezzar's huntine diary, with notes, and here and there a portrait of his dogs, - sketched bv himself, with his name under it. He mentions iu it as nay ins- been ill: and while he was deli rious he thought he had been out to graze like the beasts or me Zr.. .v,; ,irf.il corroboration liJM IU1D A wwviJia--- of Scripture? Rawlinson also found -, ., nareM. in an excel tote, and gave some to Queen , io tt... How little ebu- chadnezxar's cook dreamed when making them that twenty-five cen turies after the Queen of England would est some of the identical pre serves that fierured at his master's National Repository. The following touching little in cident actually occurred. ; Une day Bridget came to her mistress in great distress of mind. "Oh! mem," says she, "my father's dyin iisL It's breathiu' his last, he is, in New York, and no money to pay for the last sacrame...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 October 1877

TELEGRAPH Independent in all things. JJB. REED & SON, J'ublishers. S2 in Advance ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1877 . Whole Number 1448 Vol. XXVIII, No. 40. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. THOS. K. BOOTH, General Dealer in Irv Goods, Groceries, Crockery and Glass ware, Boots and Shoes. heady-Made Cloth ing Hat nd Caps.' Tobaccos and CUars, and everything a family needs to eat or wear. North Main street, Ashtabula. 13so a. C. TOMBKS 4c CO., (H. C. Tombea, L E. Rockwell A A. C.Tombes.jWbolesaleand Retail Dealers in Groceries and Provisions. Fruits and Grain; Agents for AmericaiwtnJ Union Express Compauies and Cleveland Herald, Main street. Ashtabula. O. ! A.H. &E. W.SATAGB, Dealers in Cholcs r iiuiiU iiroceriesana rrovisions; i Confectionery, and the finest brands f To 12bl bacoo and Cigars. 8. Is. WElM, Prodaee and Oolta M erchant for the purchase and ffl.eof W ert ern Reserve Butter Cuoeseand Dried ru.ta, Main street, Ashtabula, Ohio. L CARLISLE TYI.KK, Dealers in Fancy...

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

THE TELEGRAPH. OfTioe 128 Main Street. ASHTABULA. OHIO. ' ' Friday Morning, Oct. 5th, 1877. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, JACOB TUCKEB3IAN, FREEMAN THOBP. p-or Treasorer, & H. COOK For Auditor, W. H. CBOWELL. For Recorder, E. F. MASON. For Prosecuting Attorney, E. B. LEONARD. For Coroner, A. W. STILESJ " For County Burveyor, J. A. FICKINGER. For Commissioner, CALVIN DODGE. For Infirmary Director, -M. W. WRIGHT. REPUBLICAN DISTRICT TICKET. For State Senator rr. p. HOWL AND. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor, -WILLIAM H. WEST. For Lieutenant Governor, FERDINAND VOGELER. For Judge of the Supreme Court, WILLIAM W. JOHNSON. For Clerk of the Supreme Court, D WIGHT CKOWELL. For Attorney General, GEORGE K. NASH. For Treasurer, JOHN M. MILLIKIN. ' For School Commissioner, JOSEPH F. LUKENS, For Member Board of public Works, AUGUSTUS W. LTTCtTEY. Mud ankle deep at Plevna aud snow in the Balkans robs war for both Rubs and Turk, of a little of its romantic circumstance. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 October 1877

A. RTHURBER & CO. So a 0 ft c 5 a f o c O O .3 C3 Drugs M ed ! el n es. Toll et and Fbiicv Articles, and every!1'1"? usually kept In a Frt-Class Drug Store. Please call and (examine our goods. , t .Prescription" and Recipes oomponniled with care. " 1S4 Main treet. Ashtabula, O. - - -3 o cr y o 3 c C3 TC S3 p .a A. R. THURBEft & CO. THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES REED A SOX. PKOPRirroHg. "lrrai. per Vear in Advsnce. FBIDAY MOKXIXG. OCT. 5th. 1877. LOCAL NEWS. CAMPAIGN MEETING. Hon. Wm.H. West will speak at Jefferson on Friday, Oct. 5, and at Asbtabnla on the evening of the same day. Ample opportu nity will thus be given tot every voter in the county to avail himself of the opportu nity of listening tp our Republican stand ard bearer. We may see and form our own estimate of the ability and fitness of the man for the place to which he has been designated. You may then, if per mitted to see his Democratic competitor, institute comparison, and vote intelli gently upon the merits of the man...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 October 1877

A Sympathizing Friend. .'One of the women who callel up on a recently bereaved wife to eym - pathize with her was singularly en- dowedwith aniperienoe which en abled her to enter fullv into the feel ings of the Batterer. She wm tall, T masculine looking woman, but she possessed a delicacy of perception which was remarkable. She had been in to view the body, aud was now with the widow. Sbe eaid: He seemed to haye gone peaceful like? Yes, murmured the mourner. That's a blessing to you, and some thing that should comfort you. J ust think how you would feel if he had went the other way. There is no telling. I know a woman whose man died in such agon? that his face was perfectly dreadful to look at. loa couldn t look at it. An she never got over it. I've lost three husbands, but they all, thank near en. went easy. I don't know how my present husband will go. hoDe for the best. But I'd rather lose a hundred husbands tb.n to have one go miserable, -You lont know what an awful thin? it is t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 12 October 1877

ASHTABULA TELEGRAPH Independent in all things. JAJ3. REED & SON. Publishers. in A.dvancG ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1877 Whole Number 1449 Vol. XXVIII, No. 41 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery and Ulaii- ware. Moots aua ouue. iwuj-jimc v i-.... In HaU and Caps. Totmooo and Clears, 1 . . ........ .. ndHa tl ml or wear. North Main ttreet. AsDtapqia. ma U. C. TOJIBES CO., (H. C Tombe, tj E. Rockwell s A-U.Tomnes,) w nmir.u Kelatl Dealer in Groceries and Provision, Prnitsand Orain; Agents for American ami Union Express tympanies aa" v Hereto, Main street, amjiui.v A. H. E. W- SAVAGE, Dealers Cholo. Kainil v (iroeeries and Provisu m s ; J P" r-r uio finest brands of lo- bacooand Cigars. tm. i o K . T produce and Commission 8M"rcn? for Sewrel-rfAeVrnTt: ern Reserve Butter Cheese and Drieo. Fruit, Main street, Ashtabula, Ohio. - vv rn TWmiIith in Fancv Crockery. WUlard New Block, Ashtabula, Ohio. 1 . IjlLKET & PERKVi Dealer tn Dry Goods. Grocer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 12 October 1877

THE TELEGRAPH. OJTIre 126 Main Street. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Morning, Oct. 12th, 1877. The pen is mightier than the sword in gaining both Turkish and Russian victories. ' . The railroads in Minnesota are un able to carry her crops to market fast enough. All the elevators .. and warehouses are glutted. Queen Victoria's allowance from the British Nation for the past year was upwards of $3,000,000. One should live like a Queen on that. It is calculated by the Chicago Tribune that Ann Eliza lost $32,000 by leaving her dear husband, and that's what makes her tear her hair so. Congress meets in special session on Monday next. The message will be 6ent in on the organization. ; It will be looked for with some inter est. ' A strong effort is being made to secure the appointment of lion. Ilerechel V. Johnson, of Georgia, to the vacancy on the Supreme Bench. An appeal is made to the evnj pathies of the country on behal of the fever stricken sufferers of Flori da where the disease has assumed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 12 October 1877

A R.THURBER & CO ; Bi si 5" Drngs Medicine. Toilet and Fancy Art'cles. and everything usually k.;pt Id a Frt -Class Drue Store. Please call and examine our good a. , ,FTescrIptlon" and Kecipes compounded with care. 134 ilain -treet, Ashtabula, O. 3 o "J o a P o P o TIIURBER & CO. a ' 02 Si R A. It THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES REED A SOX. PKOPKiETOHa. r .,... iwr Year la idvaur. FRTOAY MOEXTXG. OCT. 12ih, 187T LOCAL NEWS. Oowell for clerk, ran ahead of his t icket hi Cuyahaga county. Mr. M. P. Church of Saalt St. Marie has been visiting his frieuds here. The new advertisement of H. J. Topkr in this paper should be read by all. A regular meeting of the Council will be held next week Wednesday evening. The call for the election of two justices, the. 30th inst.. as the time. The annual renting of seats of the M, E. church will take place next week Tues day. We are in receipt of a fine specimen of bruiting from Ingersoll & Harris, Elyria. Mayor Hepburn started for New York last Tuesd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 12 October 1877

GEO. WILLAED, ' Haslatej received from New York a large Stuck of Good. comprising a general Stock of 4 DRUGS & MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS AND DYE STUFFS. and a large flock of CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES! comprising Crushed, Powdered & Granulated A. B. C. COFFEE 8UGABS. . POfiTO RICO BHOW SJ PORT D RIOO NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES. choice BgmTjm COFFEES of Ml Grades. Baw. Burned and Ground. ; ; TEAS .AH Grades Comprising GUN POWDER, i YOUXG HYSON, : ! JAPAN, 001 Pure Spices, whole or ground and Warranted Pare, rack " PEPPER, ' SPICE, t CINNAMON, . I CLOVES. j NUTMEGS, MACE, GINGER, SAGE, SUMMER SAVORY; Etc Etc., Etc Turn; 8ALERATUS. ' ! YEAST CAKES & POWDERS SOAPS of Every Description, ja t n. o xr rkafxnrrv ........... ...in Bulk OT V-gVlVer Gloss in lib papers Cornstarch in lib DUB YEA'S Satin Gloaa in lib Canned Fruits & Vegetables SARDINES, i CALIFORNIA SALMON, , SPICED OYSTERS RAISINS,' CURRANTS, PRUNES JELLIES, . ; TAtlUUA., COCOA, ,' HECKER'S FARINA. Codfish," "Wnitefish, Mac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 19 October 1877

ASHTABULA TELEGRAPH. ; ; f J A.S. REED fc SON. Publishers. Independent in all tilings. S2 in Advance ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1877 Vol. XXVIII, No. 42. Whole Number 1450 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. - TilOS. IS. SOOTH. Oeneril Dealer In ry Goods, Groceries, Crookcy ant! Glass ware, oou ana suoes. iteajy-jiaae t. nun lug Hals and Cap. Touacous and Cigars, aud everything a family D(l to eat or wear. r.orin Main Kiwi, Asnwoujj H. C. TOTIKliS 4c CO., iH. C. Tnmbes, U E. lUickweii tt A. (J. Tomlies,; Wholesale and Ketail ifculers la Groceries and roviiou. I I i ; .. . A 1 f..r A inHntll SOU riuit.aiiuui.uu, -it-' -. . - - i'ni..n -iv.i.iiHiniM Mud Cleveland Herald, Main street, Abtabuia, O. !'" A. H.E. V.rAGK,rvalerelnChoic . .f.ii; .- ..-.vriesuml i-rvi.on: J.Iire i v.,,.w'ti.,.,orv and tiie dnl brand or 10- b:wx-oand l'lgara. . re -vn..i.s. Produce and Commission . Merchant for the purchase and sale of West ern rteserve Butler Cheese and Dried trulls, Main street, Ashtaou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 19 October 1877

THE TELEGRAPH. Oftct 126 Mailt Strett. ASHTABULA.. OHIO. Friday Morning, Oct. 19th, 1877. Hayes calls two Kcntackians. Bristow goes to England, Harlan to the supreme bench. Man attests his superiority over the brutes by a delicate appreciation of tobacco and whisky. Non-interference of officials with elections is a good thing, but it gives the other party the offices. ; . ..... n i.-. f On Wednesday the National Council of Congregational churches began its third triennial session ! at Detroit. Local papers are reporting the discovery in Lancaster County, Penn, of a cave that rivals "tie dazzling subterranean vaults of the Arabian Nights." The Democrats have got the Leg islature, and may be relied upon to repeal the Registration law. The ascendancy they have fairly acquir ed they will seek to keep by making iraud easy. Boss I weed s statement made to Attorney General Farchild, some time ago has been made public and contains the names of 21 Senators in the New York Legislature paid fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 19 October 1877

A. KTHURBER & CO 9 TC J3 4 -3 9' s ? II w o S3' O s! C S 5 a I C3 5 t JE C? 0 to a II -1 2 - -3 o o o 5 . 5 eg - 11- e 05 g B o o .5 fcJO a a. te 5 s 1 1 7r IS ft 10 A. R. THURBER & CO. , 1441-4A THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES REED SON. Pkohbietok: Tirmt. SIX per rear la .'' FRIDAY MOEXTXG. OCT. 19th. 1877. LOCAL NEWS. ilillo Lu Eice, we learn.ia dow nwith a severe attack of fever. Was Laura Topky, of Ashtabula, is visiting friends in Athens, her old home. A lady's shawl has been left at this office in response to a recent adv. in these columns. Eev. Mr. Fisher and lady are on a three week's vacation and visit to friends in Michigan. Mr. Alfred W. Kellis, of Cleveland, is with his lady and child, on a visit among Ashtab'ula friends. A. 0. Atnsden represents Rising Sun Lodge at the Grand Lodge of the State, in session at Columbus. Toucan always find somethiug new and to your advantage, in the advertising columns of the Telgraph. Mr. Lyman Bogle died on Saturday night last, from the inj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 19 October 1877

GEO. WILL ABD, Has tote j received from New York a Ury gtuaeral Stock of ;; s DRUGS & MEDICALS PAINTS, OILS AND DYE STUFFS, and Urge alock of CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES! compriblng Crushed, Powdered & Granulated A. B. & C. COFFEE SUGARS, ' , . POKTO RICO t BROWS POBTO RICO NBW ORIGANS MOLA8SBS. choice s-srxim'js- COFFEES of All Grades. Raw. Burned and Ground. TEAS .All Grades Comprising GTTS POWDER, YOUNG HTSON, JAPAN, OOLONG or BLACK. Pure Spices, whole or ground and Warranted Pure, nch as PEPPER, SPICE, CINNAMON,' CLOTE3, NUTMEGS, MACE, GINGER, SAGE, SUMMER SAVORY Etc, Etc, Etc. RICE, - SALERATUS. . YEAST CAKES & POWDERS SOAPS of Every Description. STA XrL O JBC, 08Wf,VlVwGloV.V.V.V.""ta'ilbnpapere " Cornstarch in lib " DUB YEAS Satin Gloss ...in lb " Canned Fruits & Vegetables SARDINES, , CALIFORNIA SALMON, .? SPICED OYSTERS RAISINS, ' CURRANTS, PRUNES JELLIES, " ' TAPIOCA, COCOA, HECKER'S FARINA. Codfish, Whitefish, Mackerel, Pork and Hams. WHEAT FLOUR, GRAHAM F...

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