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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 10 May 1878

JAS. Sz SON", Fubliskers. IncLepencie at in all things. $2 in -A-d.van.ee. Vol. XXIX, No. 19. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1878 Whole Number 1479 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MttltUUAXTS. T .'. BOOrU, Oeuerul Iler in iJry UimkU, groceries, Crockery and , Bxus and Shoe. Reiuly-Made lluln- iiig. Hau and Capo. Tolwoou and Ovarii, and everything a tunily ukkA to or wear.- Nortu Alain street. Awitabula. IJat if. V. TO.HBI'.S CO., iH. C. Towbea, L. K. Rockwell 4 A. u.Touibe.) U holenaleaud Hetail Dealers In Orocene ana rrmwuu., FruiuandUntin; Agents for American and uniun e.x press uuu , i ria Herald. Alain utret-t. Ashtabula, O. 1-B A. (1. K. .V.SAVAGK,lealerinC'h..ie r':;mlv iiroecriea in. I fruviuuna; also, pure Cuufoclinnery, and the Unet brand 'f -baccoand Cigare. 13' . B. WBbLS l'roduce anJ Couuuisnion Merchant for the purchase and sale of West ern Keserve Butter, Cheese and Dried r ruits, ..Main strewt, AhUbula, Ohio. 1 C intLK" Ta'LKH; Dealer in Fancy and Staple lrv Goods, Fainily (lnc...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 10 May 1878

THE TELEGRAPH. T. targert paper l AUbu! printed entlrely at home. Qffk 1M Main Street. ASHTABULA. - OHIO. Friday Morning May 10th, 1878. President Diaz, of Mexico, teem to leaping on ft Lerdo volcano. Esmington & Sons the groat manu factures of arms Mion, N. Y, bare been compelled to suspend. Prince GorUchakoff cannot g-t the gout Shaken off. The disease bat att acted both his feet and may yet proye fatal. The Cincinnati Enquirer says that" Mr. S. J. Tilten is roing to remoya to Wash ington and will run the While House rrom the outside. . The Lerdo threatened revolution in Mex ico, is said to be taking on more formida ble proportions, especially as the garri sons are said to sympathise with the leader of the revolution. Among the nominations sent to the Sen ate on Monday was that of S. B. Packard, cf Louisiana, as United States Consul Liverpool, and Governor Lucius Fairchild, of Wisconsin, as Consul General at Paris. John Morrissey is dead, and the papers find something to say o...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 10 May 1878

AjR. THURBER & CO. 10 J o La . X o sen J 5 "Sj? - 2 5 c - s toc c 1 e 1 2 i; s o - m CO o a o D O o cr p o C5 o 9 r3 02 P CO A. R. THURBER fe CO. THETELEGRA?IT. It I the oldest paper In Ashtabula. It Is the only Republican paper In Ash tabula. It has the largest circulation of any paper published In Ashtabula. FRIDAY MAY lOth, 1878. LOCAL NEWS. Business is rapidly increasing at the Harbor as the season advances. The next regular meeting of the Coun cil will be held on the evening of the 23d. Geneva' 'champion" club is going to Cleveland to-day to be mangled by the For est Cities. Hio our Orwell correspondent who has spent the winter iu New York, has re turned to OrwelL The Ashtabula Light Artillery and Light Guards are to participate in the ex ercises here on Decoration Day. The Forest City ball club played the Erie nine at Erie last Wednesday, result ing in a score of 8 to 0 in favor of F. Cs. Wru. M. Eames, Jr., returned last Saturday from New York where he has been attending ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 10 May 1878

E3 K EN r n t v n r n o) o) A! jlnill.'Ui Call 5 Cent KDn'ess Black Silks. A nice Gros Grain at 75 cents and a full line of better grades Colored Silks. A beautiful assortment, all colors. Summer Silks. Superb quality, at 65 ceits. Black Cashmeres. Huadreds-of our customers in tbis County will testify as to their quality and cheapness. A Fine Lot of New Spring Dress Goods at VERY LOW PRICES ! Curtain Lace From 15 cents a yard upward. Table Linens From 18 cents a yard upward. Napkins From CO cents a dozen upward. Special attention is called to our number at $1.15, $1.40, $1.90 and $2.25. White Quilts From 50 cents each to $5.00. Oiled Cloths A large line at SO cents per yard. Towels From 5 cents each a verv large line. . Crashes Full 18 incuts wide at 6 i cents. Sheetings 4-4, 5 4, 6-4, 9-4 and 10-4. A fall assortment of above Goods at mmm A large line Jeans, Cottonades, and Fine Cassimeres at Odds and 1878. and See Our Department (Goods. A Lot of Ends, Cheap. mm ATARRfrQ IS IT CURAB...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 17 May 1878

ASHTAB OLA TELEGRAPH JJLS. PL EE ID &c SO 1ST, Publishers. Independent in all tilings. $2 in Advance. Vol. XXIX, No. 20. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1878. Whole Number 1480. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MEUUUAN TS. THUI. t. BOOTH, General leait-r lu iry Uoods, Groceries, Crockery autl w .re. Boot and Shoes. Kcaily-Made cknn i..., nu, ,.rf .-- r.:.icco and Clears, and everything a family need to eat or wear. North Main street, Ashtabula. USD II. C. TO.nBKS 4: CO., tt. Cfomb, L. K. Hockweil 4 A-CTombes,) W holesaleand Ketail JJealers in groceries i i.,,ini...... iv,,ii..n,iiin,in: Aireuls for American anil Union Express Companies and Cleveland Hi.m m. Main sireeL. asuwuiii,v. t-w A. II. ' s AG IC, Dealers in Clioien l-'aiiiii'-.irH:eriesanii l'rvisions; also, pure Confectionery, and the finest brands of To bacco and cigars. u-i k u u Ki.l.s. Produce and Commission Merchant for thepurciiaseaud sale of West ern Reserve Buttcrtc'heeseaud Dried Fruits, Main strejt, Ashtuoula, Ohio. liEM C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 17 May 1878

THE TELEGRAPH. The large paper In Ashtabula, printed en tlrely at home. Office 136 Main Street. ASHTABULA. - - - OHIO. Friday Morning May 17th, 1878. The Legislature adjourned on Wednas day morning and brought their inglorious l&bars to a conclusion, much to the gratifi cations of the tax payers of the State. The Legislature has rescinded the ad journment resolution, and are now looking forward to aa indefinite session, or at least, one that will not cramp the energies of its law-giTers. At Rome it is denied that Italy is arm ing, but in Berlin it is affirmed. It U by no means improbable that the most cor rect information is in this instance to be found away from home. The steward of the Athens insane asylum has been discharged, though a Democrat, because, as a Democratic trustee, put it, "he didn't buy his groceries at the right place." Uncle Dick Bishop stands by his patrons. The Democrats at Columbus are reck less and desperate, but we cannot believe that they wonld dare at t...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 17 May 1878

A. R. THURBER & CO. g x o a o s . J a p Si 2 CD a s s LJ m nr-5 . 13 1j - 1 C fcv ' aiffl R. THURBER & CO. 1441-46 THE TELEGRAPH. It is the oldest paper In Ashtabula. It Is the only Republican paper in Ash tabula. It Is the largest patter In ABhtabula, prin ted entirely at home. -- It baa the largest circulation of any paper published In Ashtabula. FRIDAY MAY 17th, 1878. LOCAL NEWS. The Republican voters of Ashtabula county, are requested to assemble at the Court House, in Jefferson, at 1 p. m.t on Saturday. May 25th, for the purpose of electing fourteen (14) delegates to the Re publican State Convention, to be held at Cincinnati, on Wednesday the 12th day of June, 1878. E. C. Wade, Chairman, Ashtabula County Republican Committee. The Council met last Wednesday even ing. With this week's number the Sentinel enters upon its 27th year. A Grange of Patrons of Industry has been organized 'at the Bub. The foundation walls for the Loan Assoc building are about completed. The Senti...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 17 May 1878

EN -CL"! EJ-""! 1 gaBfe-- EN I i l fs n r j uli u u xJ Call 5 Cent Press Black Silks. A uice Gros Grain at 75 cenU ana a full line of better grade. Colored Silks. A beautiful assortment, all colors. Summer Silks. Superb quality, at 65 coats. ' Black Casilmeres. Hundreds of our customers in this County will testify as to their quality and cheapness. . Fine Lot of ir - -New Spring Drjess Goods V;- at VERY LOW PRICES I . Napkins From 60 cents s dozen upward. Special attention is called to our number at $1.15, $1.40, $1.00 and $2.25. ' White Quilts . : From 50 cents each to $5.00. Oned Cloths A large line at 30 cents per yard. Towels From 5 cents each a very large line. A full assortment of above Goods at A large line and Pine Odds and 1878. and See Our Department, (Bodls. Curtain Lace From 15 cents a yard upward. Table Linens .... From lVcents'a yard upward. Crashes v; Full 18 inches wide at 6 J cents. Sheetings 4-4, 5-4, 6-4, 9-4 and 10-4. one. Jeans, Cottonades, Cassimeres at A Lot o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 24 May 1878

f t I : 4 I i I J ' s '1 " - JJS. ZFIEE.1D Sz SOIST, Fublisliers. 7 Independe at in all things, . . . .. , . : $2 in Advance. Vol. XXIX, No. 21. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FB " BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. Dealer in THUS. N. BOOTH. GeDeinl itt-y Goods, Groceries, Crockery and (ilass- waxe, douw ana onoes. Ini. II 11 Ix .nil Cjhis Tnlmraos and Cigars, . and everything a family needs to eBpr wear. .North Main street. Ashtabula. 13o It. '(irTOJlHai CO., (H. C. Tombe-a, L. E. Rockwell A. C. Toniuesj holesale and ! Retail Dealers in Groceries and provisions Fruits and Grain: Kgeul for American and TTnton t r..n Cowoauies and Cleveland Herald, Main street, Ashtabula, O. IMi A. H. k tt. '. SAVAGE, Dealers in Cliolcs Kiu:U- ..ruceriesaiui rTovisions: also, pure Confectioner) , and the finest brands of 'i'o- baoco and Cigars. IJM uki.LS. Produce aud Coinmisiiiou Merchant for the purchase and sale of West- ern Reserve Butter, Cheese and Dried Fruits, Main street, Asutauum, unio. ioa CAKLISLE Sc TVLKU...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 24 May 1878

THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper In Ashtabula, printed en Urely at borne. Qffloe 128 Main Street. ASHTABULA. - - - OHIO, Friday Morning May 24tn, 1878. Hew wheat made its appearance in St. Louis on the 20th inst. It graded No. 4 and sold at auction for $1.25. It was from Texas. . Looking at the Ohio gerrymander the Cincinnati 5"tme discovers that Democratic ' home rule consists in obeying orders from Washington. United States Minister Seward wriUs from China that 15,000,000 are severely af flicted by the famine, while some 60,000,- 000 are suffering more or less. . Ex-President Grant, at last account, was at Paris arain, Tisiting the Exposition. He has Germany, Holland, Nerway and Sweden to see before completing his tour. Alexander EL Stephens says the 'Totter resolution is one of the stupidest, most ex travagantly foolish, most suicidal pieces of mismanagement which has ever come un der my notice." The attempt to assassinate the Emporor William Vit thnw stints fired at him while ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 24 May 1878

A. R. THURBER & CO. ' : B " 3 81 g : x o- fl - o . - j J ,3 .-s ''O st f g c a m Z. - a t - P..S a fc Q m of? R. THURBER & CO. 1441-4 THE TELEGRAPH. It is ths oldest paper in Ashtabula. It it the only Republican paper in Aid tabula. It U tbe largest paper In Ashtabula, prln ted entirely at home. It hai the largest circulation of any paper puoiunea in auntaoaia. FRIDAY MAY 24th, 1876. LOCAL NEWS. The Republican voters of Ashtabula ooantT. are reauested to assemble at the Court House, in Jefferson, at 1 p. m., on Saturday. May 25th, for the purpose of electing fourteen (14) delegates to the Re publican State Convention, to be held at Cincinnati, on Wednesday the 12th day of June, 1878. E. C. Wade, Chairman, Ashtabula County Republican Committee An archery club is talked of here. Next Thursday is Decoration Day. Candidates .for the various County of fices are already coming to the surface, The Northern Ohio Fair will be held in Cleveland from September 10th to 13th. The next re...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 24 May 1878

CSV 1 t.i . a Err r- u iru u 1878. .... "t Call and See Our 5 Cent Department. IDii!elij3:"T,r'6ijidl8fc A nice Gros Grain at 75 A beautiful Superb Black Hundreds of our customers in this County will testify as to A; Fine Lot of ... ' New Spring Dress Goods at VERT LOW PRICES 1 . " From 18 . - From 60 cents a dozen to our number at kl5, $1.40, $1.90 and $2.25. ; ... ..-.. .Z- ' ' ' ' ! - :. ; ' WHite -Qunts" "From 50 cents each to $5.00. ' " v:Z:z: 1 ; QiijedCloths , ' ;:7;.;; i . '.-. - ; A large line! at 30 cents per yard. ., . . " From 5 cents . Crashes?-'-'' '''v'..-;;''.. "r Full 18 Inches wide-at 6 J centa, .w,- r..- Sneetihgs : : : i- ; ? --4-4,' 5-4, 6-4, 9-4 and 10-4. . - . .. ' ! - - - . . - v , -. A. y 'A fxiIl"a8sortmcnt;of alove Goods at - -"7- '.' '; ' - . A large line and Pine ' ) ..... ' - ' Odds and S Black Silks. cents and a full line of better grades Colored Silks." assortment, all colors. Summer Silks.? quality, at 65 cents. Cashmeres. their quality and cheapness...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 31 May 1878

ITA'JB J-A.S. REED Sc SO 1ST, Fnblisliers. IndependeQt in all things. $2 in Advance. Vol. XXIX, No. 22. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1878 Whole Number 1482. AS! LA TELEGRAPH. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. THUS. K. BOOTH, ury Goods, Groceries, Crockery and Glass- .re, Booui aua suites. KKwy-Mw y""" I ii Hutu ii ii H I 'ui.h TnliHiiMM and Clears, and everything a family needs to elpr wear. North Mala street, aiiuiuui. H. Hock well 4 A. U. ToiuIh,) W holesale and itetall Oealers in Groceries and rrortzion Fruits and Grain Aeen w r Aecu;an,1 Union fcipress toiupauies aud Cleveland Herald. Main street, A. II. Ac AS. . AF6K, uesierj ib laoic rainilv Groceries and Provisions; also.pure Confectionery, and the finest brands of To- - bacco and cigars. d D u. .i.n. Produce and Commission "Merchant for the purchase and sale of West em Reserve Butter, Cheeseand Dried KruiU, Main streat, Asnuaouia, nm. CARLISLE TVLEKj Dealers in Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Family Groceries and Crockery. Will...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 31 May 1878

THE TELEGRAPH. Tha target paper In Ashtabula, printed en tlrely ' home. Office 128 Main Street. ASHTABULA. - ' ' OHIO. Friday Morning May 31st, 1878. Wt are indebted to the Hon. Jmet R. Chalmers, M. C, of Miss., and Hon. John W. Caldwell, M. C, of Ky, for copies of thair resDeotiTe froeaches in the Honse on tfca tl,. M f Mav -both on the Pacific sw wuv Railway. A Docbtfti. Compawsos. Montgomery Blair says: "We will hare Hayes out sure u hell.6 That is a very unsatisfactory comparison jnst at this time, when not only the geographical location, bnt the very existence of that region is botheriDg most oi us so oaoiy. . Cincinnati Enquirer (Peru.). The East River Bridge is drawing its slow length along, and Terging towards its completion. It is announced that all the wires will be in place by the first of Sep tember, and that the winding of the cables will require a ccnple ef months more. The excavations for the piers of the approaches have nearly all been made. George Alfred Townsend wr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 31 May 1878

A. R. THURBER & CO. ixi ZT. g . " x o o - 5 1 Ills fi-e i t "iS-i 8 cQ T e g j Q rn ft' A. R. THURBER & CO. 1441-48 THE TELEGRAPH. It U the oldest paper In Ashtabula. It Is- tbe only Republican paper In Ash tabula. It Is tbe largest paper Id Ashtabula, prin ted entirely at borne. It has tbe largest circulation of any paper published In Asutabnla. FRIDAY MAY 31st, 1878. LOCAL NEWS. Now is a good time to think of Fourth of July celebrations. The County Commissioners meet at Jefferson next Monday, June 3d. Several interesting communications were omitted this week for lack of room. That set of Appleton's New Encyclo pedia is still for sale at a low figure, at the Telegraph office. Commencement exercises at Grand River Institute will take place on Thurs day June 13. Ice is sold here this season at 50 cents per hundred pounds. If this chilly weath er continues there will not be much demand for it this season. Eight of the railroad boys who were in that row at the bagnio in Jeffers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 31 May 1878

EN E7v tafisaTnT fSBHSstJ p5raag ' " A nice Gros Grain at Hundreds of oar their From 60 centa a dozen Full 18 4-4, A large line Jeans, Cbttonades, and Fine Cassimeres at Odds and 1 Ends, 1878. Call and See Our 5 Cent Department. Black fcuks. 75 centa and a full line of better grades Colored Silks. A beautiful assortment, all color. Summer Silks. Superb quality, at 65 ceaU. Black Cashmeres. customers in this County will testify as to quality and cheapness. A Fine Lot of New Spring Dress Goods ,'- at VERY LOW PRICES 1 . i Curtain Lace From 1& cents a yard upward. Table Linens ..r : From 18 cents a yard upward.. : H Napkins upward. Special attention is called to our number at $1.15, $1.40, $1.90 and $2.25. White Quilts From 50 cents each to $5.00. . . Oiled Cloths A large line at 30 cents per yard. Towels From 5 cents each a yery large line. Crashes inches wide at 6 i cents. Sheetings 5-4, 6-4, 9-4 and 10-4. A fall assortment of above Goods at A Lot of Cheap atarrIKI IS IT CURABLE?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 7 June 1878

A CITTm A DT jtRAPH. u n m r IL Jjj JJJ JlLi m 1 JLKJLLLJL JL -JVJLJ? dU JS. REED S& SO 1ST, Fubliskers. Independent in all tilings. $2 in Advance. Vol. XXIX, No. 23. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1878 Whole Number 1483. - i I : f BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. -w1 x huatm. General Dealer in iry Goods, Groceries, Crocked and J1: w ire, Uuou and Shoes. Keauy-M""" inir. Hull anil Tobaccos and tlgum, and everything a family needs to aor wear. North Main street, Ashtabula. H TOHBMAROI K.WELa.,A.C.T.mbes and J. K. Rockwell.; Wholesale and Re tail Ibealer In Groceries and Provision.. f-... a Awni for American and Union Exprea (Jouipauies and Cleveland nierald. Main street, Ashtabula, O. lit Main A. II. A E." SAVAGE, Dealers in Choioa i- Xlll 1 1 V 1 1 Tie nllu riuwBiuiui, unu, Confectionery, and the finest brands of To bacco and Cigars. lad n. U KL.L.S. Produce and Commission Marchant foe the purchase and sale of West ern Reserve Butter, Cheese and Dried Fruits, Main streot, Astita...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 7 June 1878

THE TELEGRAPH. Th. large. paper In ArtUbal. prl-ted en tlrely t home. Office 1M Main Street. ASHTABCT.A. - - 0"; Friday Morning June .7th, 1878. We have renewed reports of violent on the Mexican border, murder is committed, and cattle stolen and driven across the Rio Grande. Ramon of restlessness among the Indians of the northwest are in circulation, and the indications are sufficiently somber to awak- .hnsions of another struggle. The Bannocks and Brules are the tribes that are in the broil. Wood's Tariff Bill was defeated on Wednesday last, by striking out the enatt- iw plans. A coalition of the Republicans .;tk P Vw Jersey and a few other Democrats brought it about. The poll was 134 to 12014 maj. The impression strengthens that the whole Potter investigation is a Democratic conspiracy based on forged documents agd perjured witnesses, to yerturn the Government. Anderson's examination has developed perjury so -openly that its effect was plain upon the audience. The act nassed bv th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 7 June 1878

THE reason we sell so many goods is because we ell at what they are ... WORTH dow and not at prices OF years ago and high times. Come and see how low you can buy first-class goods, and then tell YOUR friends where they can get Drugs, Med' lcines, Dye Stuffs Perfumes, Toi- let Articles, and in fact everything kept in a first-class Drug Store, for less MONEY than any other store in the country. AT lower prices than they have ever been sold A.R.THURBER&CO'S, 134 Main Street. ASHTABULA. THE TELEGRAPH. It U the oldest paper In Ashtabula. It W the only Republican paper In Ash' taouia. It U the largest paper In Ashtabula, prlu ted entirely at home. It baa the largest circulation of any paper puonsnea id ABuiaouia. FRIDAY JUNE 7tb, 187S. LOCAL NEWS. The Council met last Wednesday eve ning. The proceedings are published else where. We see it stated that M. B. Holcomb of Geneva has obtained a patent for con structing hand rakes. On the morning of Thursday the 6th, a frost was preemptible ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 7 June 1878

EN CSS E fiBd IP . xus &2 8 MM Call 5 Cent HDiress A nice Gros Grain at 75 Hundreds of our customers in this County will testify as to their .New Spring Dress Goods From 60 cents a dozen to our number A large line Odds and Ends, Cheap. 1878. and See Our Department Black Silks. cents and a full line of better grade. Colored Silks. A beautiful assortment, all colors. Summer Silks. Superb quality, at 65 cents. Black Cashmeres. quality and cheapness. A Tine Lot of at VERY LOW PRICES ! Curtain Lace From 15 cents a yard upward. Table Linens From 18 cents a yard upward. Napkins upward. Special attention is called at $1.15, $1.40, $1.90 and $2.25. White Quilts i I From 5.0 cents each to $5.00. Oiled Cloths A large line at 30 cents per yard. i Towels From 5 cents each a very large line. prashes Full 18 inches wide at 6 J cents. i Sheetings 4-4, 5-4, 6-4, '9-1 and 10-4. A full assortment of above Goods at Jeans, Cottonades, and Fine Cassimeres at A Lot of 1 I SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE For CA...

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