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Vol. XXXI, No. .13.
ItlCi:, 2 IN AOVANC
ASIITAIUJLA, OMR), Fit I DAY, OCTOBKK 22. 180.
"Whole Ncmiiku IO07
'i' it on. ,n. Hum n, itPiM-rtii Di-iiicr in
. rj UimhIm, (ii'ocurti'K, I'r.M-ktMy mill UIhnk
t .c. It.nii.ri kimI Hhni'M, lU-ti'iy-MmlM Ciutli
hi JIittM iumI i'ii in, T'llmrn'OM mill riytu,
iinl (iverylliiiiK u fiuiilly iu'piIh to cut ur
wpntNurlh AJulu klruut, ArihUtlniltt.
I'MI HKS A ltM H VICMM "(A. ( 'fiimhiw
anil I,. 10. Rockwell,) WIiuIi'khIu And u
1 1 1 1 Oisilci'H In (.h'tHM'ilcH mill 1'n, vision.
KrlutK mill (iruhi; Atfi ntw for Aim-rleim anil
IflliOIl Kxpl'l'M ('4)l)Hlllt'H 111 I (I CJ.'VChllul
HtTiild, AIiilii NlriH'L, AHlitiihulit, i), 1 1 ,u;(
A . . A lif wV A 1' 4 U K, lH'iiliTH ill hiol(M:
I'Hinliy il'ocrrifHui:.! I'rovlKlotiH; hIm, pure
(onleutlcnery, rihI tho llnusl linimtrttit To
Ihu'co ami ( 'lKi'M 12411
N. It. V ClilNO''inm-'Tind 7'ntnii"iU-!,7)
Mt-rvhiint for 1 1 if nimhtixp hii.I mik- nf W .(
ern ItcHcrve Hul tcr.einu'HPiunl In led Friiii.
Mitln Mtru-.I, Anhttitmln, Ohio,
. 'I. I'AIMiMII A- HON, 1 li-ii prn li,
i .rucfji'lcrt, 1'rovlslinis, l-'lour, Feed, Fu-piirii
i mi UoincNtlo KrultM, Walt, Fish, fluster,
Water-Lime, Seeds, Main Htreet, AhIi-
W. liKDIIKVo, Jeii1er In Flour, Pork.
Hums, l.iii'il.and all kinds of Fish; nlso, nil
kinds ni.Fiunlly (Iroeerles, Fruits and 'on
I'ceMonery, Aleand oiiiuMtU; Wines.
II. I,. iKift It ISO N, Dealer hi In,v (loods,
tiroeerles, Hoots and Hhons, Mat1, Cups,
U.irdwure, l'n.el:e;y, Hooks, Paints, IIs,
.; Ashtabula, Ohio. I2.il
ill A It 'I' I IN NKU' lt Ml II mid
Apotnumry, una deneiai Oeuior in Orimi
MeclU'liics, Wines iintl I.miiiirt for imdieal
puriM)ses, Funey and Toilet Onods Main
Htreet, eorntT or V out r Asliuibutti, O.
I 1.1, FY ittANIFHJ CO,, Mtinufaeturei-H
m a.(uii, nmiim, itouiiouiKs. neese ifoxes,
I'lanliiK, MutoltliiK, and Hernwl Suwlnti
none on snort, notice, i-niop on Main Mtlirut
otiomeiiiniin i-ai'K, Asniaunui, itnio,
ATTORNEY AND AGENTS.
turyl'ubllc. Olllce Hedhead
i HI. HK'K, Attorney and Counsellor ut
ljun unit I'wuiij I UIIIIU, JlMILUnilllL IIHI'
bor nvt'i' jiost ottlct1. Nf-il
F. K. PF.TT1IIOMC. Attorney and Conn
sellnr at Law, and Notary Public, opposite
Klsk iiouse, Ashtabula,
It. W. CALVIN. Attoiney ami
selor at Law, and Notarle Public,
JOHN T. STHON. Attnriittv and Conn
Bollorat iMVf, BUd Notary Public. Otllee In
Ashtabula Lcuiu Association bulldltiK. lit'
IH VllLliS BOOTH, Attorney and Coun
sellor at Law, Ashtabula, Ohio. ' Itm-i
K. II. LliON A RD. ' A 1 14 r n ey nit Liir7.iidrer-
woii.Ohlo. OHicelii the Mnnilley Block iwj.
Ui.it. i XII'ISUAKO A f'O., Dealers In
ilardwKi'd. Iron.Hteel and Nails. Stoves. Tin
Pin! 1 '.Sheet iron, Copper and Zinc, and Mnn-
iiTMuiurtM-soi iiii,riici'i iron amujopperware,
Msk's Dlock, Ashtabula, Ohio. hfj,y
Ifl. TAJIKS, 91- Pliyslclan and
.-uiKfon, Ashiahuln, Ohio, oillce houru
iiuui 14 hp x aim d to e i'. m, Vfl-f
Oat. til. L. KIN, Physiclairaiidirtfeon:
nlllce over lite Ji Hoer8'. 1 have a coia
plutu set of Dr. Hadlleld M Kquullzurs, with
itiv exclusive right of Ashtahulu county.
PbysiclauB are rospectl'ully luvlted to cull
ana examine the instruments. Oillce. hours
irom 10 a. m. to 1 p. in. Residence south oi
.-( . I'elcr's church.
Dlt. l OH M ic; 'Eclectic Physician, or
llce and rcslileiwe, history Mrs. prusser'n
Di lek 1 thick. Proprietor of Therapeutic
lath. Oillce hour! t to U P. M. Out busl
ness foteuooiiH. l6Hl-tf
tr. ulf IJlTlpVMt K vTMftBtietTc H
AstiUibula, O. KuRldence 011 Iake Shore.
I'lHHMX lu6NwlHKsT:o3ian f'rs
ol sitives, Plows and Columns, W'indow
Capsnud SIUb, Mil) (.Hastings, Kettles, Sinks,
Sleigh Shoes, Ac, Phtentx Foundry, Ashta
liiila, oiilo, una
J N ul IK), MtinulHetuiururuiHl Dcul
.1 In Kuriiltuiu ul the b.-Ht iUc-rhitii,nH, 11.1 .
. very vivrluty; bIbo, Uimorivl Ondeium
11 nd Aluiiuliuilurer 01 CIoDIiim to orilor; nln
Hlifi't, nurth ul South l'uulio Huuuro. AnIi-
A:isii5R X iiiiKi.rwViiii(riTirkT7iuK7if
lii'piUriiii; ill Wiilclu'H, cloi'kN unit Juwiilrv,
at 127 il ill 11 Mlrt-1,1, In riMim with t'HrllHlu
titv. h. UlC'HINSON, Jvwelur: ltunulr
UK i an RI111I8 of WntiilioH. ('lockH iiikI
nunu 111 .A.SI11UUU1U Ituutie HlouR
1II.AH.ICM.ICK 4c illOllltli. I'liiil.n..Vi.,,i,
tTM ttiul JtiiUtim In l'liauruw. Kiiiiruviiiun
( liroiiioH, 40. i ImvlnB a luruo Kuiiiily ol
M iiiI.Miikh ol villi. 11m dusoiijitlonv, me uio
liiuvd to lnuin) anything in the l'luture flue
11. .linn, iiuuiie iiiiiiiii tneui!Ht Htyle.
ruitu & HUOTHIiM. Miinufacturers
linn iiuiiii- in muuiuH, llndlcH. (.'ulliim.
liunkii, Whips. Ac.., ouuoHlte Kik Houae,
""".munii UIIIO. mi
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
HI I LOt;. llii:ATI. Justice of the Pence
SLOAN, Civil Kngineer and Hu7-
7 '. .",u,,,t,Jt;i-irai una .Mechanical
MiiiiKiuMiiuu, iiace in ierce and IteU
Jiead'n Block. Ashtaliulft, Ohio. Hii
(QK K. K KLI.KY, 1). I. 8 jJowhrr".
'T:rrTi iiiock, nor. Aiiuin nui r-entre HIh.
Entrance on Centre Htreet,
o i-i a. m. 1 to 5 p. m.
Oillce ho urn, 9
f obio mil.-..
Miiin and Purk.
uiucu Lentre street, bet we
V, V, GOOD, Wholesale and Rem II Dealer
In all kinds of Coal, and Lumber, Sewer
Pipe of all sizes. OIHee and yard at ("enter
u f 1 raiiroau crossintr, Atoitaiiuia. Hall'i
shingles a specialty. 11 ne lumber. shingles,
Jaih, of all kinds. In any quantity, at the
lowest prices, and delivered on cam or any
where in Ashtabula. Orders left at the
store ofj. B, Crosby 4 Hons, will receive
i. HI ITII, Agent for the I.tvernool
Londo AtJIobe I usuranc-e Co, Cash Assets
over ! jnn,yPij Hold, in the If. H. fJl.mio.lXMI.
KttK'i- .loiiieili also personally liable 12.'t
Witt, ftivirrii. iiiii)(jrTcl-7irs1rtwrp7ifHh;ii
Uranlto Monuments, and Manufacturer of
American uranite. MftriueanU stone Work.
ah worn finisneu in the Hest Manner,
Otllee ami Works near L. 8, A M & Depot,
Ashtabula, Ohio. joho
lll'K KNNO VT& E V A N N7rn"(-h Dfi sTh u n d
steam titters. Farmers and Mill Machinery
repaired, and every description of pipe flt
tln done to order at reasonable prices.
Hbnp at the Harbor. yotf
fc child on .-wild with it. WUlMnlt1.B.,liipl.i
... w-.. . n.wiiii, an receipt or Ho : tl
'''! I"iopio VoiUioBtamixMottTedMii'
O.wub 111 juur ioui, ami yitia ma flit nor
Chroino. Jfwtlry. NoDltiui SUUuderrJ
Af OUNTS will buy a note book, eon
rtJ tiilnliig IIK ninety printed uotiiH at. f
'i'ELKUHAl'H Ot WCiS.
s dp iD ro
Chcnj)or titan any oth
compiro Goods and
for Teas and Groc
House. Call and
Prices. I feadquart
crids GcncraHy, at
1MB, Mi St., ASHTABULA
Hats a.-id Cans for
est ytock in Ashtabula
Overcoats in srreat
lilue iJannel Shirts
bratcd Diamond Shirts
dcrshirts and Drawers.
Neckwear the Lat
of Gent's Jewelry.
Hosiery. The best
gant stock of Gloves
Calland Look Thr
Ashtabula House Blocic.
ANOTlIKIt LOT OF
Druffs & Groceries
Men and Boys.
for sale only,
A splendid stock
Knit Jackets, An ele
and Mitts, Overalls, &c
ough my Stock for
Hall's Block, Harbor,
JUST KUCKIVED AT
E. A. WILLARD'S,
opposite post omcg.
Hubbard & Strader,
WUOI.K8AI.K & 1IETAIL
MIIjIj 37" 33 3C3 ID ,
Bailed Hay and Straw
NEW CASH STORE !
COLLINS & STEVENS,
HAVE JUST Ol'ENED A NEW STOCK OF
Desirable Fall & Winter
Which tor Style, Duraliility nnl Clioapnosn Imve never licon
suriiasseil in whtalmk Lfulies, you will .find Punitive
Burgaiiw at this store ! There has never lieen pre
sented a more Attractive Stock to select from,
and every thing in New and Freeh. Not
an old thing in stock ! Do not forget
the place. Geo. Wil lard's Blocf,
Three Doors South of Post Office.
GEO. E. STEVENS. JOHN W. COLLINS.
Tel Thi inhnliiiiifi'H
f the (Vui-
llil iti. Willi will, , xcilciiii.1 nvcr I
iii-wh frmn Ohin uml lii.luiim, mill t-rnwilii
iiricnl hi'oiiiiiI tho (.VttiKrvKHi citml hiriiil
iiiiir:orii oflmlli iiurtiiM. (iri-iit iimimm.
tiuiiii have been liin.li. by the Iemocriil
hnvR it itmml blow out, nuppming Iiuliniis
ul lt wiih to follow .Miiine In her recre
ancy him folly. Ilraxn humid, in.gic
lo I rn risin it to cnnvii-s ri-linii
wnulil gin, Men the hcarm of hungry Democrat,
a corin of C'oufeilerale orators
an ample stock of tiitiule-lcj?, h.ol
proviileil by tho iiiniiiineineiil.
noiliin(r wen InekiiiK.'aiiil in thcearlyeien
iiiK. "II wenl merry a a irnirriime bi ll.
the flr.il ihe cheering wnn voiMft-rou, an
the ilevil llml broku loow. Axilia houm
wore 011 the iruwd wan trenteil to hir(e
anil few micouraging n-turnn.
.Music arew plaintive, th orators, failing
to get interested from the dead .spirits
from Indiana, tried the spirits from
black bottle in the saloon; the managers
disappeared from the IjHck do r, the lights
went oul iiud the surging crowd rushed
over to join ihe thousands of H-publicans
who liilc.l l'elinsyivania avenue in fiolit
of the ollice of the National Heiiublican
where returns were thrown upon an iln
in ensu canvas. Long past inidiiight Ihe
crowd swayed to and fro, speeches wero
made, songs sung till at last "Oloria
cxeelsis Liood morning was the signal
for going home. It was a night long to
Ihe day dawn after the battle was u-her.
ed 111 with all tho enthusiasm of ihe ore
vious lllglil. What's the latest? was the
common inquiry. Many seemed loth
neve the full extent of the Republican
victory, iiulletin boards and all other
sources 01 news were well patronized
hxtras went on the street like wild fli
mm evert iioiiy wits traiisiormeil into
interrogation orexcluination point. There
was a very interesting contrast between
ine announcements bulletined. The I'okI,
Uniting its ruling passion strong in death
persisted in claiming Ihe Democrats had
carried Indiana, insuring the election of
Hancock in .November. The on hired noo
le were intensely interested, declarinir Ihe
ccond emancipation of their race to be
near and that tile year of Jubilee would be
iislicrcil in by the lll.iUL'erat ion .it lien
uariiein on the fourth of .March. One
says lightning done gone and struck de
mules 111 Injinna." "Massa Hancock tell
now which way your gun is pinting
"Colored folks dont iro on scursions i
how in Injiana when Uncle Sam has votin
em to do." "Hepublican pole knocks
perciiuous snoo ins nine. All classes
Irom grave lo guy nave mingled in the
juicing, ine niiiics, uou mess tiiem, how
they longed by t heir votes to have a hand
the contest, which they have so mightily
linden oy uieir iniiuence. ue patient,
daughters of this dear land. The
morning is dawning. Ynurinllneuce, your
voices nnil your votes will j et uu! in win.
ingout the oppressors, wrongs, the curse
vice, anil the damning influence of in.
flic rapid advance in all classes of se
curities, as the result ot the October elec
tions will have a touie effect on all kinds
business. It is the opcuing of the
grandest era of prosperity that lias ever
dawned upon any people. Its influence
upon real estate at the Capital will be
most marked, lliousands of women of
wealth and lash ion will be drawn hereto
secure homes in this city which is. fast
becoming the duel centre of literature.
science 11 ml art, as II is now the centre of
politics unil Uovcrnniental utliiirs. IIv
next census Washington will nave a
plipulatlon ot !i.)0,IHK). Its 100! 1 aim ver.
will occur in 18!)0. and it will be cel.
cbratcd iu such a way as 10 honor the day
uie graiiii event.
INo city 111 the work! is so well arranir.
lor grand parades und fetes by the
width and beauty of its streets, anil no
will ha"c such attractions tcrt yeiire
hence as ashinglon. liy that time the
Department will bo finished ; a grand
Horary uiiituing will nave been erected
Judiciary Square; a new Presidents
lUnnsiou w ill crown .Meridian hill, north
the city; a Zoological Garden will have
established; other public edilice
ue bunt; our noble streets and ave
will lie l?atilineil, and thousands of
palatini resiliences, stores ami hotels, will
milled to those now in existence. The
presence ol the Governuicnl. the Cubital.
National Library, which already snrniisses
111 iviuerica, uie aiiiunsnniitil instltu
the nashiugloii .Monument, ihe
National Museum, the Corcoran Art Galle
and the new Ouscrvitorv all consniro
make asiiingion 111c most ulliactivc
111 the world.
he October worn has been well done
despite the prophosies of Tliurman, who
Ohio would go Democratic by a large
majority, ana tienuriCKS' neciiinitton that
Indiana was sure lor Landers bv 15.000
1 orney's that Hancock would have
a walk over, and liar.'iuin's that no
could reduce Landers' major.
below 8,000. and McDonald's that he
not know a Democrat who would vote
Uiirtleld. These prophets will all have
go into oilier business.
here must be no truce with the enemy
successful in Indiana and Ohio we must
make a general assault on the enemies
iictcrmined In curry, as we shall
Northern State. Let us meet the
South with a Solid North IM.tWO.
of people refusing to bow il w.i mid
worship at the heck ot'I.'i.OOO.OOOcoiiiiucr
Already the Nalionul Congressional
Committee lire hearing the Macedonian
tor help from Florida, North und
Carolina and Virginia, The
ol the election are dissolving the
that have held the bourbons in a
party phalanx. With speakers
promptly sent into these states one and
may be wrested from the hands of the
bourbons, making it Impossible for Wade
Hampton to tullll his contract and deliver
property as he proposed when he of.
at Cincinnatti to cast 138 votes fur
from the Solid South.
name woven In this great contest
won a new lustre, that coiuniiiiuls the
admiration of the world. The most mar.
man of this ago is Ulysses S.Grant.
simple asa child, with no thought
self, but readv to eive suit'. In tin or
for his country. Silent when silence
gonna saying little at must, but al
ways dropping words of wisdom. One
threw himself Into the ditadlv lireach
saved his country amid tlic rattle of
and tho boom ncr of ctinnon
nation has honored him as its Savior.
years later his keen judgment saw
nation's peril, and right maniullv he
again modestly to the front, and
terns his words, full of meaning, have
I upon 1110 cars ol Ins niintiyincii w ith
; power more potent and Mliiig than
1 initrhiy enginery of war.
All honor lo A iniTii a's greatest Mem
ber purest slat'-smitn.
Jriiiit's name shall live in history
l.'pon its brightest page,
When strife shall lie lorgotlm
With all its hate and rage.
His noble deeds of valor,
1 1 is country's flag to save,
Will live in storv and in wmir
Long as that big shall wave.
HORSE MEAT AS FOOD.
From the Parthian.
very interi-iing -t.,i j,-have
pllblisl,ed by the sc.ciely f.. pr-met ing
u.-e of horse fiesh anil the flesh of asses
aid mules as fc.od, showing how steadily
the consumption of these articles of
have been increasing in I'uris and the
yinls-s since the foundation of the society
in 18(11). The weight has increased from
171, WH) pounds in IM'ie.to l,Mj.li pounds
in 1H7. In the principal cities of
I tovinces the consumption of horse flesh
may be considered to have fairly taken
root. At .Marseilles in 1WI there were
horses eaten; l.(i:l in 17.V 11.11I I .Via
1H7H. At Nancy, i."i in i0;i;. ((V1.r :,-,n
1H7:, and 7b"i in 587: at ilivUw '111
1H74. 42ii in lHTO.HMd :i i ih;h; ,,'t Lv.ms
1,0-hi in if),. i, ami l,:;i:! m 1x7.1. In both
the latter cases some ililliuiiiiies had been
uirimn in liie Way by llie town alilhortics,
as was the case reeentlv i r'1,,.1,.
.Marne, where the .Mayor' five,! n,-
the horse-flesh at a higher rate than that
oeei. ine average price of horse-meat
irom 4-t luM cents per pound. Kach horse
furnishes about 200 kilogrammes (400
weig.njol meat, which tsciipibleof lieing
many oy no means unaipetiz-
-1..S, siu-ii jiiii-iiu-ji-h, boiieil, roast,
nnsieoi, Jilgg'-U, met, sc.
hints to Stammerers. I commenced
operations by writing out a very large num
ber of ordinary sentences, as their t.r,,s,.,.i
0.1 11 i...: 1. ' ' "
s.. iinwna. Having exaniuieii those
sentences ono by one. and knowing well
where I should fail in uttering them
uiev siooil, I SOlll.ni tO I CVIse Sfim math
si ujr wnteii tnese consonant initials miirht
lie got rid of, or, at all events, diminished
It struck me that if I could contrive hi-
oupiiv.oi uiisioii 01 ine worus coin-
posing escn sentence, to bring the conso
nants at the etui of a division, inst.il of
ai me commencement, a grand object
, " ,r aeon-yen; mr consonant s at
ine enu 01 tne word present no special dif.
acuity, tne L'lottis hav mil- I1e1.11 1,.
opened by the preceding vowel sound, the
terminating consonant flows out almost as
a matter of course. It is as when wo oour
br.i.i.l fx . f..ll .... . . 1
..I...V. ,,.,u a inn uoi-iie. ai nrst it runs
intermittently, with a "cluk-tdiilr." but
when once eunuch of the liniiid is mn m
noiuii me air ueeiy ine olislruetlnn ceases.
in a similar way the obh et of the siam
n.ciri is in prevent tne gnniis from closing
wieu mice 11 is opened. To asceriain
whether or not my idea was oraclicablel
wrote out in thJlrdiiiary way one sentence
i a nine. 1 men rewrote this sentence.
not divided into snnnlc words, bill niiikinrr
every initial consonant the final l,.n..rf
the preceding word. Having so divided
the words composing the sentence, I then
reau inem over alona manv t mm. aceor.l.
ing to this artificial division, to try if they
.s- pii,iiuuiicnui wiiiiout any gross peeu
liarity. I oracticed this method in,.,.ss,.,,t.
ly, both 111 eolloiiuial swakinir: and to mv
astonishment, I discovered within a lew
weeks that I was weilding an instrument
wnicn was a most invarta 1 v nn.n.ti
and with this consciousness of increased
power mv confidence daily inereimoil
that I could frequently speak on without
cBaiu iu any metnott. All who had
Known me up to this time wera nnrfonriv
astounited, and anxiously inquired by what
means su reinarnftiiie a chaiiL.n hm luon
elfeoled; for mine, be it observed, was nn
HiL-io occasional Hesitation, but a most
nauiiuai, unmistakable, and nveterate
stammering. Shortly after this change, I
had numeruus transaciinns. whinh i,,v,-,u-.
eu a large amount of talking, with a geu-
ue uno occupying a somewnat superior po-
sition; and. being anxious to know wheth-
o. mid miming or my mental machinery
b 0,1 Mu3t.-i.aoie. iu ouisiliers, 1 asKed
him whether he had ever observed any
peculiary in my speaking. His reply was:
ooiy mat vou sriuaK verv i istinnt v
the printing and kindred trades in this
city are in excellent condition. Xi-arlv
every ofllce is full of work, and is running
.,,.o I. 1., ,1 I ! .
iifiiiwa Limu uauai. iveoorts irom our
correspondents in various localaties set
forth, the same state of thinirs as heino-
., rei. r i . . . .B
aii i resiuciiuai campaign
unusually warm just at present, and mil
lions or posters, in dilferent forms have
been scatlered broadcast throughout the
land; thus giving the Driiitinir frutermtv
all that they can do. This increase of wm-t
.. . -
aim general activity among the craft culls
lortn tne laoor or the manufacturer of
printers material and machinery, ami n
example of the condition of things gener.
uuv is st-L loriu iu tne luuowing coiumuni
cation from one of our Iowa corresDond-
uins. ne siaiis; -iieaiers aim man u tne
unura say primers are buying more
macntnery tins year than usua . In fact
orders for new power presses are far in
advance of the supply, and first-class press
cs are snapped up like hot cakes. A great
many presses are coming into Iowa this
year, ami tins tact is taken as an indica
nun oi uie increasing activity and pros
perity ill the business, notwithstanding the
laci uiai mere are two lot tcl red newspa
pers already in the State." The facts ara
set forth in the above are only from one
point, but are a fair average of the many
we are in receipt of.
Women need ii! It roirulates the female
iunciions, relieves nainfiil inenstration and
sickness, and can never do any harm.
Prepared by K. K. Thompson, Titus-
ville, i'a. for sale by Swift. 7 8
An exchange says newsmmera are tho
merchant's best salesmen. They enter al
most every dwelling, and while imparling
me uiai intelligence, joreign, domestic
H"; l"utt1' tlu'y silently, yet forcibly, solicit
patronage for each advertiser.
Advertising is all hunibmr. unless to
call the attention of the public to some
thing indispensable to their wolfaro, such
for instance as Dr. Thomas' Eelectric Oil
which for its wonderful hoaling powers,
has becouie a household word in most
Ameriua is becoming the teacher of the
Old World, if accurate statistics go for
anything. The 500 tons of our newspapers
which are sent lo Europe mutually, would
furnish a week's reading for every man,
woman and child in the Unitod Kingdom.
which hulf of them go.
E. IW. McGILLIN & GO.
1 VITK TIIK ATTRKTIOtV OP HV I:IM TO THR
I.AHfiEST STOCK OF FIN I'
Ever offered fit retail in North-Fa. stem Ohio.
Thorp boitiif no lmililiurr in ( lovolaiwl t .i .
... Il viuvcc ii.M . ,, ,,Tri . .. ... .. V"' ' '"K" ara:umm
""-r- ivr.j.iu. I.U.-1.K..-SS, WO (lull Imilt for lis this
at tlic the corner of
Superior, Seneca aiifl Lei Streets,
one of the. finest retail Htorea in the Union. Thin building i, six Htoiies
nigh, fcvery Huor is used for retailing, giving us over
Square feet of Salesroom", or more than any other THREE
Dry Goods Stoics in the.State ouUide of Cincinnati. Two la
101 carry passengers to each floor. The buildinc and
puriect aim welt worthy of a visit
It is divided
o large Eleva-
into the following
A Def.ss Goons.
B SILKS. SAUXSANII Vm.VI.TS
C IIoslERV A.NU I'XIJERWEAH.
K Lu es and Tkiuhimis
F (Jloves a.vd .Mitts.
O Liskss and White fioobs.
II I- LA.V.VELS AND IlLANKl TS
I Prists a.vd Domestics.
K MoCSF.KEEI'IXO HaRDWAUE.
M WnAWLs and Suits.
X Hoys' CboTin.vo and Cassimeres.
O Boots and Shoes.
IJ Carpets and Curtains.
i -MAXUKAl TLKI.(i DeI'ARTMEXT.
At the HEAD of each of iiioun n....n,.. .... 1 .1 ,
YOUNG MEN of NOTED AlUf ITY ' 'T: ..' .1 . ...''"'T,1
r! ii 11 . . nw nau lilUWIJ lip Willi
Cleveland and learned by years of EXPERIENCE what tho trade of
tins section wants, and while learning thU v-..l,,ai.t .; 1.
gained the CONFIDENCE of the very best people
flu (Ltnl,,.. 1 .1- a J . 1
v...,,, JOl e uisposea 01 our stock at 1X0 Superior St., to Mr.
A. White, of New London, O., and
Not One Dollar's Worth of Old Goods is in
the Entire New Buildinj
Quality of Goods for Sale.
In each Department btivors will finI tl.n l,c ,..,i:... t v.
manfuactured or imported in h irnit.1 Sui.c t ... '
k ' r ....s. i in 1101, uur intention
to keep any common or low priced goods.
Every Yard an d every piece of eoods was BOruiiT FfiFsJir ivi,
NEW JjULblu Kthll AND
('nnnnt la fnniol, 1 c 1 i-i
"0t furn'shed on fine goods like on common goods and wo don't
PRICE OP GOODS.
Our position as the 1
oi k and C Incaso, permits us to anmU mn.K i,Q. 4i..
, vuvniivi Lllill
goons can oo bought elsewhere.
All goods are marked in plain figures and sold only for CASH.
TRADE AT HOIViE
With your own Merchants for such goods as they keen, but
when you want Carpets, Lace Curtains, Fine Silks Rich
Satins, Brocaded Velvets, Eeal Laces, Sealskin Sacrpes, &c.,
we atlvise you to come to Cleveland. It is much Letter than
sending your orders or writing for samples.
Ladies Visiting Cleveland
Aro cordially invited to make tlicniHclves at home in our estab
lishment. Yon will find Privntc Parlors, Rending? Koonis, Writ
ing Kooms, Dressing Koonis, Check Rooms nnd Lunch Rooms,
hitilt expressly jor your convenience, all free of charge except the
Lunch Hoom, where we make a sufficient ehnrsre to navexnenses.
You can check jour bundles and Mend in your iiackaces from
other Stores, and we will deliver them to your Hotel or
Railroad Depot free of charge. You can read a paper, write a
letter or wander over acres of Dry ;ooIs at will or if your prefer
you will be shown around. No one will ask you to buy anything,
and we don't enrc whether you have a dollar with vou or not.
We huve built a store after the most extreme modem ideas
ofdolug a large Retail business, and we want you to see it and
feel perfectly at home in it.
E, HI. McGILLIN &. CO.
Superior, Seneca & Long Sts.,
OIL.lI3VII3Ijyv.IM2Z, OHIO. t