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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 23 May 1874

'DAIP.IPT.'. ASHTABULA 1 JU JJUJ Independent in all things. S2 in Advance. I A S. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1874 Whole Number 1272. .No. 21. Vol. XXV, . I lJATfc OF ADVERTISING. one Irtcb in i-pace makes Square 1 i isq a". "i '01 ' St"'1 ' i.uil, 3 uiii .ui! 4.1) 4.iKl 5 Wtj ti Uu (i.iUJ. SO 7 00 7.01! ! Oil; 1 UU mil .. 5.uul 14 l. I.YWI !.'J. ..uu Stl-IS1 1,5-IIU l(IOU 1 Hhs 3.W, 4.UW 8 ,n.Jl.is H.Oll 14 UU 15 UO l II m.imns .I0 1 ;.lk IS HO lil 9 .njulus 8.it 1 0" 1 ti,.0U; -U WU5-I 1 veir . . w.ool I5.ti au.tiu! ai.iki.J ujj'i Local Sotices. 10 cents pvr line. UtalU and Mni untried gratis. , ." rrauaient AdveliMuneuls to be paid for invaria bly in advauca. , rH Yesrlr advem-ers will he charged 'r 'V.t solution .ud otaer Notices, m connected witn tbeireiraiar Irosilin. .. Busine - arrK l dnilara jear per '- - Adiniuielnitors' and s.rcoior .Note e cliarged AM oilier Legal AdvertiMTiaeiiU ciianred cents -re cuch insertion. . - BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. A. H. ti. W. 8 ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 23 May 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. ABHTA.BCLA.. OHIO. Saturday Morning, May 23, 1874. Mr. V. EhUo hai been elected Senator fcy the legislature of UonDecticut to fill tbepUce of Senator Buckingham. Th Totes stood 16 I5 in the Senile, and in the house he bnd 133 . ut of 229. According to the schedule the new Constitution orOhio will be aubmiltrd to a yote of the people or the State on Tues day, August 17. If adopted it will (to in to effect on the first of October. 1874. The Republican hare this Spring car .ned the elections in sis of the largest cit ies of Alabama, as follows : Montgomery, Selma, Opelika, and Huntsville all of which have been nnder Democrat rule. Still additional crerasses in the Lower . Mississippi are reported. ManT tributary streams have alto overflowed and tbeout v look tor the homeless pe"PIe in lbe tn0D--dated region is more cheerless than eTer. South Nbrwalk, Conn., has produced eight pairs of twins within the last two months, and when Susan B. Anthony ap proached the place she g...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 23 May 1874

TgE TELEGRAPH. JAMES RgED SON, Proprietor. . Tia, ta Pr Tear Im AIwbh. SATURDAY MORNIXQ. MAY 23. 1374. . A Traclier' Examination will take place at Jefii rsoa on Saturday, May 80tli- The loss or lite by the Mass. flam diaaa terj U now placrd al over two hundred. The McCoooillaville Ordinance ba been passed by the Council or Rock Creek. . Pror. Andrewi jf Couuraul Acftdemy broke bi arm a few daya vvhil playing ball with ftae of bit students. Farmrri along lb line ol the A. Y. 4t P. rd gel two ceuis a quart tor tl ir milk lor Pituburicli conaiuptiu. Mb. EmaNOBL Hitcukll ami lidy, have returned Irum I mlitornia Mr. iL al coufirmrd invalid. The 500 inilea in sis days the Ui1 walking effort of Weston baa ended iu failure, and the waikUt subside aj;ain. Fairtratljer & Al.-sseia-'s saw-mill, ai Griffiu'a Corner, loetuer with a quanti ty of timber, were burned on Suoda muriiin! la8L- - - 1 AsiitabuU Cn. L-dze ut.L O. G. T. wili assemble ir tueir annual uieetiug at the mows ot'Jetrcrsou ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 23 May 1874

HO.ID NOTICE. nTIHTJ! is liprvhv o-ivnn tliot l N a. 1 1'etttion w 11 ne prTTt-iii'Ti in in iwnEtw sionera of .htaMila Counts, at tli.'ir nir'Ui ses sion in June tint, praying tht tneOmntv road from or nvsr ths esst line of the nirm formerly oc cupied oml by Joseph M ilihy. deceased. w-tcrty to th Stste ro?.d in ir .iit of ue rupti'i church, in thevtMazeoi Kingsrill.. bemlurya 1 fifty feet tu width. B- On of the Petitioners. Kingsvllle, April 7th. 1SI4. 41 3" Err FIRM' Wilt i as-ox tiious . ,..uncS to the eitlw-ni. of Ashtabula ISnd.-' c. umry that they .re prepared at Iu times u "jte ordtr ALL KINDS OF HARNESS, .-a keep eoostantlv on hand K"od assortment o?Sooo ia wr "ne-" n"u!e ' ,he Brit material, .! pot toother ii: tbe BEST ST YLE of woikiriaii .hip Those wishing snytbir.it in our line will no we to Biv. H. think that ... caa t tiou to bttsines.,n . fair honest dealing with a 1, to -oerii share of your patrona;, we rcmm I?OK SALE. Two Wood Stoves, iml .Utrtr'" Notice. N OTICE is...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 30 May 1874

ASHTA TO.C LA it j Va 11 viJntelR,M:lH):ti JDIU Independent in all tilings. I AS. REED & SOST, Publishers. S3 in Advance. ' ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1874, Whole ISTiiTjiber 1273 Vol. XXV, No. 22: RATES -OF ADVERTISING. One Inch Jo space makes Square. 1 so. 1 $1.11 ljU: - kcol fccol Mcol 1 col. l Week.. Iweess . 3.oo 4.uo . (MI.00 J-O" 1.00 i.ui auu 4.001 6.UM 7.UU 6.UU M SOU 00) 7.00 .tJ 00-lt.OD:lS.UUi 1Z.UU MOO 1 weeks . , month . I months t month 6 month 9 inuatua, 1 year ... 15.ll -U0 sue 5 uu, 4.U! 7.M .5rt .0U 4.00 15.00 UJ.01I SI.UO 80.00 1 00 is wij 0.iw; e.uo 18.00 4 00 .W OO 24.0u:3iOU45.ufj Su.UUj-M OUi5.(lO 00 100.00 lo.oul i&.tKrl) wi !' 14.0(1 16.WJ Local Notice. 10 cents per line. Transient Advetieeinenta to be paid for tnvana- Yearly advertisers will be charged extra 7.1 i ... i x .. . : r nArtd WiOJ SOlUllUU HUU IAUEI ..UUIB, Bin w their regular business. Basiue. lards, $1 dollara ear per line. , Administrators' and Liecuors' Jiotv-es SI A!l other ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 30 May 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. . ASHTABULA. OHIO. Saturday Morning, May SO, 1874; Lenient treatment hag been meted out to the crusading women in Cincinnati. They have been told to go home and take care that they are never seen in a police court again. A picture by youug English lady who is not vet 88 years old, is specially com- manHMi among the irorks of art inthia UUU-. year's exhibition of the Royal Academy. The picture is styled, fCalling the Roll after aa Engagement m the Crime's." -. The ocean steamer Idaho, from Liver pool to. New York, went ashore at Fire Island, off the Long Island coast a Uay or two ago. The passengers came ashore on the beach all right Atlautic ocean steam ers have a heap or bad lock this season. Rochfort, the banished disturber of Pa ris, having escaped to this landed at San Francisco, hat .left the Pa cific Coast-over land-for New York, where he will no doubt find kindred spir its enough to surround him with a halo of glory. - Within the past ten years the screw has en...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 30 May 1874

THE TELEGRAPH.! JAMES ED & SON, Proprietor. T rates, tt per Tear let A4u(i SATURDAY MORNIKQ. MAY 80. 1374. TRAVELER' GUIDE. ASHTABULA, TOCOiTOW PITTiaCBeB B. ft. Uut Ashtabula, t-M a. m., fcU p. -ArriTe at Ashtabula, 11: SI p.m-fto P- LAKC mU KICHH1AV HCnUI BAH.WAT. , Was leave Ashtabula, MS F. M., 6.-40 A. ., B.-0 A. ft., t-M r. M. Bast leare Ashtabula. MO -t M . 4:34 p. x., T-.10 F. a. lfcll a. ft. PBAVXUS DITtilOJI S. A M. S. BT. Lean Ashtabula, fc0 a. IIS F. . Arrive at Aehtabula, MO A. ft., 7:10 . . TOt7eTOWW WVMIOH L. (. A W. I. Leave Ashtabula,! A., tie A. . Arrire 11:10 a.m. : r. Frail prospect are ?ood for almrat ere ry kind ot large and small fruits. Landlord Field of the Peak House, Oberlin.U paying our Tillage a tisit. The Bcckwilh House, ot Jefferson has been opened for tbe use of the public. W. B. Crockett, landlord. JrjooK Demikg. as we learn froru tbe Sentinel, is generally improving in health, and contemplates a trip West Rev. H. H- Welm, Erangelist, has Just cl...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 30 May 1874

T " Phoenix Iron Works. TINKER & GREGORY, PROPRIETORS. E ar now ready to solicit ord- lu. -...m.rtnre of STEAM EN- TV GIKB9.8HAFTING. PULLEYS. PLOWS and oth er Farming Implements. Every description of. IRON & BRASS CASTINGS nade low as the market . affords . Pattern 3VIol5-iC of all kinds done to order with neatness and despatch. We are also prepared to do "nd' of En'ine" Machine and general Repairing promptly. W woold especially ,se Itei0 of thosJ toStedU in manufacture or ase of . BOLTS, .hat we have now In operation a P'T Cutter by which we are enabled to cut Bolts from X to IX inches in diameter, at least 85 per cent, cheape? than can be done elsewhere In this vicini ty. We keep constantly on hand at enr new abop Vie ceieoratea CUETIS IRON BEAM PLOWS. Also Points and Repairs tor all the leading plowa . BUMaC III UUB BCVllVik fW CALL AND SEE CS.aa Office and Works near Centre Street B. B. Crossing. . TINKER ft GREGORY. Ashtabula. Feb. 6th, 1 874. lapTtf . SEW FIRM. WlLLIA...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 6 June 1874

a, eiTirnn A "OT A TELEGRAPH. aj II li h rtr Independent in all tilings. JAJB. REED & SON", Publishers. 82 in Advance. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1874. Wliole Number 1274. Vol: XXV, No. 23. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Inch in epaoe makes Square. 1 sq. xq SQ ifcol Scol J4C0I 1 col. t Week.. tl.UJ 1 W t .t ja.Ou J4.00 ttt.ilO '. out t weens. 1.60 weeks . i-tfJ 1 month . 9.50 X.Wj 9111 O.UO t.UU 1X.UU S ill .O0 50u e.Uu 80 1400 S.00 6 (); W 7.00 8.U0 S tnontas .oo. 4.00 7.0I 9 00:1 0U'15.niJ M.0 .ui .00!1 00 I5 00;O.UO, l.00 S mootas 4.00' 6 months 6. ml 9 U0I1 .ll 18 00 Si Ull & 001 0."" 9 months 6-uri li.oii 16 ou,4.00i:ijO0145.O' K5 1 year ... lO.Ool 15.00 a.00.uu! 40 UU5S.OO 100H Local Notice. 10 cent per line. Transient Alrecisment to be paid for fBi&rift- Vesrlj advertisers will he chargvd extra for Di- oiauoo ana oioer Police, not aiuuiww their regular bo nine. AdmiDistrtttora1 and KxeCTtow' riot-re coarged $2. All other Legal AdvertiMmenta ctianrtxi V cents pe...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 6 June 1874

I THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Saturdav MoroiggJgglM874,: " Tnebmfortneredriionof the stand ing army, which passed Congress on Fri day, the 29th, effect, a savin ofBix mil lion dollars per annum to the Treasury. The standing army will be reduced to 55,000 men. A dispatch from Paris announces that "the Roman Catholic pilgrims from the " tt J QA-fu Lmta n tVlr a fill KePTl received by the Archbishop of Paris, who delivered an allocution and gave them his blessing. The party then proceeded to Loordes. Fresh rumors come from Washington in regard to the withdrawal of Secretary 0 T ata lib. Richardson from the Treasury. with an air of truthfulness. that the President will appoint Gen. Bns tow as Richardson's successor and send in the name of the latter far Judge of the Court of Claims. The Presbyterian General Assembly of gt, Louis has relegated the woman ques tion to individual churches. The action only extends to the speaking of women in the social-conference and prayer meetings. Eac...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 6 June 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES BESS at SON, Proprietor. Te a pr Yeavr Im Avm- SATURDAY M0RX1NQ. ..1374. TRAVELER' GUIDE. ASHTABULA, TOCXOTOTI KtTtBCBOH B. Leave Ashtabula, 7:12 a. R., t:52 PJJ- , Artveet AehUbula, IX: SI p. 8:86 p. m. unBiouanu octm 6.-08F. bl.IMIa. Warr-leave A.hUbuU, 8:40 A. MM A. Xabt leers Ashtabula. r- 11 P. , 4:34 p. ., 7:10 r. J- " - nAnLn nrnno i a. m. . bt. Le.ro AihubuU. :40 A. .. Ur.. ArrlT. at Ashtabula. :00 A. 7:10 1. rorase-rowM Drvrsios L. . K- . . A.htabula. 4:30 a. m. 8:15 a. M. 11:10 A.M. P- " The Bentinel intend to be np with the .:, .nH hu therefore secured a new Uiuwi press tor working the paper. TIT mi i .nt tn Ucpn tKt Anr friend and patron Mr, Horack Watson of this place has been stricken with apopieij. Dsdjcation On Sunday, June 7th. the ' . new SL E. Church, at E. riymoutu : bs dedicated. Services at 10 a. . JohhJefsoh, noticed last week as the purchaser ot the Hoskia Tannery, is asso- . riated with Oeo. Que "" " ttt -o Rsinf and Miss Clara jura " A ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 6 June 1874

Phoenix Iron Works. TINKERS GREGORY, PROPRIETORS. WE are- now ready to solicit ord ers for the msnntaotnre of PTE.OI EN GnTKS.SHAFTlNQ. PULLEYS. PLtfWS and oth ex Farming Implements. Every description of IROX & BRASS CASTINGS nude as low is the market, affords . Pattern Malting of all kinds done to order with neataees and despatch. r We are also prepared to do all kinds of Engine, Machine and general Repairing prom pi J j. We woold especially invite toe attention of those interested in the manufacture or nse of BOLTS, hat we have now In operation a Power Bolt Cntter by which we are enabled to cut Bolt from X to IX inches in diameter, at least 85 . per cent, cheaper than can be done elsewhere in this vicini ty. We keep constantly on hand at enr new shop the celebrated CURTIS IRON BEAM PLOWS. Also Points and Repairs for all the leading plows made in this section. IW CALL AND SEE US. Office and Works near Centre Street R. R. Crosslng. TINKER A GREGORY. AsbUbnla. Feb.6th,-1874. 12s7...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 June 1874

A TELEGRAPH. JLJ JDikJJLJL JL MltJU) I AS REED & SON Publishers. Independent in all tilings. S2 in A.dvanoe. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1874. Vol. XXV, No. 24. "Wliole Number 1275 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One inch iu space makes Square. 1 sq. a sq S q -1 .j fi.ui li.Utj 3l jl 4.IU S.IK) 5 IK) 4.0J ;. i.a!u.'io .imw.UU lu.ui: l5.lWi-HI.tiU I It Ml Ht"! l iS l al.Uu.ali.(lu (.IXij 5.0u 7.00 I 3 tl i W H 00 00 7.00 y.itui ( UJ;liUU !j.ou 14 llfl I llA 4)1 INI 1 cui 1 .Veek.. t "0 $ 0.00 1 4roe' , It 0.1 14.U0 15.00 I iU-lUlll . .a uiu 8 ,a iiiti 6 m.intas a vi . -H.llil Si.Oll .ni.uo BO.Otl N5.00 100 00 ' 'I.IVIi .w 8.k) 18(10 l U.8"k) 44.0J .WHO'-IS.O.J J.OO4IUO5.".IJ 9 UJ ItUi I jj.tr ... W.W Local N-Jtices. 10 ceuls per line. Ik.ith. .in.l tfurita-'e inserted gratis. ruiui Auvutireutculr lo be paid for invaria ble in itlviitMM. Y'eirly ailvertii-ers will lie charged extra for Dis u.iili'Mi auJ oilier Notice, uot connected with 'heir tvgular un;ins. . - ?. itii4iue ard. 4U ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 June 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. - Satnrdav Morning, Jane 13,j874. " New Mexico and Colorado hare bolh been admitted into the federal family, so far as a toU of the House can effect this. AworBimMrT.-Sl""11'1 Congress not o back on itself, and fix another day for adjournment, its bobbin will soon be wound np-the 22d inst, being the day now settled opon. . A bill changing the form of Govern mentin th District of Columbia, has been reported in the Senate by Mr. Allison, chairman of the investigating committee, and ordered printed. . The Romanist Pilgrims, that left our shores a few weeks ago, are reported to be as jolly a set of fellows as U they were on their way to a "general training" or a -fourth of July pic-nic. It is given out that New Tork is to have another administration organ. The Times is, we presume, a little -too out-spoken to 'command the hearty approval cf the friends of the administration. There is reason 'to fear that Senator Sumner's pet, the Civil Eights bill, may no...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 June 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES BEED BON, Proprietor. T !, 1 per V car is a4t( SATURDAY NORXLNG. JUNE 13, 1374. TRAVELER' GUIDE. ASHTABULA, TOBJWTOTW PITtm0 1 Leave Ashtabula, 7:1 a. m., M P- Arrive at Ashtabula, 181 p. m- 8: p. tixi BHOM ncnaii soutmb" an.wY. Wkst leave Ashtabula, 5.-0SF. 1 e:0 A. ... B:(B A. E r. . Bast leave Ashtabula. fcOQ r. 1:11 r. M, :8ir.., 7:10 r.. 111 J raaxkux DtnaioK t. a. . a. bt. Leara Ashtabula, 6:40 a. . U.-SS r. -Arrive at Ashtabula, rOQA. m 7:10 f. . TocnarroM iitoiM-l a. x. . . Leave Aahutrala, 4:S0 a. k. 9:16 a. . Arrlv. 11:10 a.m. : TUe Schools take a recess Monday of September. ' to the first Tbe notorious Tom Collins was In town last Sunday ; he left, 88 nanal. pnuarmed -." Ex-Marshal Thorpe's passenger express s. . wnr mnTinwnt affair, and cannot bat prove selfaustaininiE. True -bills were found at the -recent rS8io of tbe Graud Jury aeainst Clay Hk.k of this place, for violations or tbe liquor law-' ; Mr, Wong Chin Foo giv a specimen f Chinese JasKlery...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 June 1874

'phoenix Ironworks. TINKER GREGORY, PROPRIETORS. WE are now ready to solicit ord er for the manufacture of STEAM EN GINES, SHAFTING. PULLEYS. PLOWS and oth er F&rming Iniplementa. Every description of :, IRON & BRASS CASTINGS made as low as the market, afford. of .11 kind, done to order wi.u neatneM and despatch. We are also prepared to do all kinds of Engine, Ifacbine and general Repairing promptly. -We would especially Invite- tee attention of those interested a the manufacture er use of BOLTS, hat we have now in operation a Power Bolt Cotter by which we are enabled to cut Bolts from ii to IK inches in diameter, at least J5 per cent cheaper than can be done elsewhere in this vicini ty. - - - - '--- We keep constantly on hand at cnr new shop, the celebrated " ' CURTIS IRON BEAM PLOWS., Also Points and Repairs for all the leading plows made in this section. , y CALL AM) SEE US.atf Works near Centre Street B. E. Office and Crossing. ,. v.- , TIKKEK' CBEGOST. I Ashtabula. Feb....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 June 1874

ASHTABULA E GRAPH. JALA Independent in all tilings. r AS. REED & SON", Publisliers. S3 in .Advance. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1874. Vol. XXV, No. 25. Whole Number 1276. KATES OF ADVERTISING. Una Inch lu space makes a 8qoarei ..-. " 1 sq.; I sua "q 31 jcol Jcol 1 col. Week.. $1.00 fl iO.fi I". t.OU 4.00.i.ti.001t lti.00 Sweeps. 1.80; 3 weeks.. 8.00 1 month . S.i I mouth 4.00 i.(K) S.50 3011! 4.0(1 6.00 7.00 14. 00 4.00! 6 0u 6 0u 8.011 5.00 6 00 7.00 (.001 7.0U1 0t) 1 4.00 ! 15.00 S-OUHSOO 15.00 40.00 14110 1500 44.00 80.00 moo S.U0 4.U01 I monctis 4.001 6 months 6.00 .00 . 14.001 18.00 41 U0 35 00, 9 months 8.U0 1 year ... W.oo! 15.00!a0.O0l:i0.Ou4O.Wl55.00 100 M 14.0(1 16.00. H.OUi 84 00 1 45.00, 85.00 Local Notices. 10 cents per line. Transient Adv!titments to be paid for invaria bly in advance. Yearly advertisers will be charged extra for Dis solution aua oioer rtotices, not conuwvcu their I TCilar business. Easiness Cards, $1 dollars year per line. Arimifii.lr-.mn'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 June 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. J"IJ- A.SHTABULA. OHIO. flatnraay Morning, Jane 20, 1874. 'TTXricultarel Society in Illinois of fers premium of $300 to the township having the best roads. 1 he idea is a cap- ital one. The DemocraCc. SUte Central Commit tee, at meeting in Columbus Friday last .rreedtODOStponethe State Convention called for the 15th oi July to the 26th of August. The general dullness in' business and financial deoression is in a measure com pensated by the rapid extinguishment of the public debt The decrease dunng we month was $4,459,838.97. ' Bob Toombs, : who some years ago prophesied of a coming time wherein life should call the roll-of Slaves on Bunker hill, now predicts that in three years Georgia will be wholly in the hands of the negroes. Elder Cannon, Utah's delegate, has es caped expulsion, but the House has passs ed a bill declaring that hereafter the prac tice of polygamy shall.'be deemed sufficient cause for rejecting- Delegates otherwise entitled to seats. Canadian recipr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 June 1874

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES REED 4 BON, Proprietor. per Year la Hrf- SATURDAY MORMXG. JUNE 30, 1 374. TRAVELER' GUIDE. . 1BHTABULA, TOOTSiTOWX TTCTOB . " Leae Aeotabola,T:l. B-':SS&J?- Arrive mt Ashtabula, 1S1 p.m-.&t-- ICBIOll Waw-leave Aahtabnla, 6KH. - Ka.r-le.Te Ashtabula, h00 r. l: ' : p. 7:10 r. - 111 .. rtmui emtio u a. -- T Leave Ashtabula, :40 A. Arrire at Aahtabnla, 8:00 a. 7:10 p.m. ! ToowwrowiTDmaioM-i-.-. Leave A.btabula, 30 a- . itliS a. m. ArrlTa 11:10 a.. ' Tbe Park " leue'11. Jtr6olng " lushing up-openiDK "P PiUe" auJ rounding op o walks. " Tbe assessment ortbe irack ot'Ue A. YM 3s P. line was given last week errooe ouslv9.000 mile wben it sbould bae been 7.000. Tbe council me on Mondy eyenine last, but transacted no business further than a voie to dispel ith ,he P101 police force. The Cleveland races commence on Ju ly 28th, and last Tour days. Tbe amount of premiums offered is over thirty six thousand dollars. . Accidknt. Wh. F. Bedell, ol Orwell, on Tuesday morni...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 June 1874

Phoenix Iron- Works. TINKER & GREGORY. PROPRIETORS. WE are now ready -U er Farming Implements. Every description of - IKON & BRASS CASTINGS M low s the market.affords. Ittora' 3VIliinS of .11 kinds done to order with neatness and despatch. We are also prepared all IHndi of W, Machine and general Repairing promptly. We would especially invite ttie attention of thoae tasted In the manufacture or use of BOLTS, " w we have now in operation a Power Bolt rt bywbich we are enabled to art Bolts from iC to IX inches in diameter, at least S5 per cent. Cheaper than can be done elsewhere in this vicini ty. We keep constantly on hand at cor new shop, the celebrated CURTIS IRON BEAK PLOWS. Also Points and Repairs tor all the leading plowi made in this section. CALL AND SEX US.jgJ Office and Works near Centre Street B. E. Woesiiig. , . TTNKEB & GREGORY. Ashtabula. Feb. 6th, 1874. 1267tf : NEW EISM. TTT WILLIAMSON & . W TROUS woaruwfnllv lmnnncA tn thn ritiHmft of AflhtaDUla and sur...

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