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J,...Ja order tbt we may be eble to give oar
-W--- -t newe., Hereafter, the
- twfteZ, will be fesaed ev;ery Wednesday,
t i T' Tie Gtniut of the West, (published bv'w.
-i.Coggeshall, Cincinnati,) for October Is
n.our uble. ,.Thi is an interesting and
'am Pk1'XXny''jamfi and well worth
'the subscription price.
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;.! J"!,.1 OT-.' Ohio Journal of Education, for
X' -October ;W been received.' The present
.. number is os usual filled with articles which
may be . of great raiue to the Teachers' of
;;.' yhe. State. ;This i one of the best Educa
tional journals in the country and ought to
y ''b well supjjbrted' Every Teacher of Por
?f, fc'.'tige ! county wouM-do well to be a eubscri-
' .- ' f: - - " wm i ' . .
vTs PoTAeCto.iTi- PAia'.--The Fair
y-w last Saturday was very largely attended.
ii'iv. Tho drouth has been so severe for the past
Summer .that the exhibition of Agricultural
J,'.1, ; ?rodacts was . necessarily rather limited.-
.Webere however, that those who attend
"ed were generally well pleased with the
Exhibition. . :
'A list of the premiums will be given next
The Vnifcd States magazine.
We have been favored by the publishers'
' 'Z ''Ith the Jtfay, June, July, August snd Sep.
r -j tember numbers, of this valuable Maga
i -..sine. It Is emphatically a Magazine for
,;.. the United States. . The reading, contained
1 ' therein , is of a sound and substantial charac
' ters.; Its articles are well written' and. dit
j .designed -to promote Science,' Art, Manu
, ,,. factures, Agriculture, Commerce and Trade.
-T VA journal devoted to so noble a purpose,
- should have a wide circulation throughout
i . the country. '
' The Teachers Institute . The Portage
. (Qpunty: Teachers Institute is now in session
' Mn this placed ' A considerable number of
teachers are present, and others still coming
in. ( Several: eminent instroctors are here,
..jumong them we notice ,thr names of M. D.
: " ' Leugett, Esq.,' of Wsrren. Mr. Harvev nf
; ,. ":the Mawllon Schools, and Mr. Royce of
;',' Riehland county, L. T. Covell, of Pitts'
'.w.'born S- F- Cooper, of Akron, and J. W.
i Xjtsk, of Cleveland." " ; ' .
We had the pleasure last evening, Of lis
tetilng to a lecture from Hon, H. H. Bib-.
k key, State Commissioner of . Common
t Schools.' Mr. Darret is a man, of fine
mind and acquirements. 'His lecture was
( full of valuable' and practical instruction.
'The people of the State will find him to be
a faithful laborer in the Educational field.
,-,: We regret that his.other duties call him
V,.w?y from Ravenna so soon.
... Bail ltoad Accident at Salem.
a,; ' ,A, fearful accident occurred last evening
t Salem, 'on "the Ohio and Pennsylvania
.. Uailroad. ; ' . ! ,
.. The facts so far as we have been able to
;J.;learnV them are '.'..'these: A freight train
standing at the'depot was allowed by it c'an-
. ductors t remain on the track up to the hour
; for the arrival of the 6 o'clook passengers
" trains from the. East and West. One of
' ' these, on coming up to the depot, ran into
a the freight , train. Conductor Kbight and
1 two other persons were killed by the c'ollis
ibni and several others severely Injured.
' If the facts as above stated are true,' it
ucuojb a urimmui negligence on me pan
of some of agents and conductors of that
' Road,iind thd guilty parties are justly deserv-
; ing of the indignant censure of community.
Affairs iu IT tab..
.ir,,Thc-; Washington correspondent of : the
Courier and Enquirer, writes' as follows: ..
V'i'The' dlncial term of Governor Bricham
-Young, of Utah Territory; expired on Fri-
. day, the 3'Jth of, Bepteraber., , His, successor
has not been agreed upon, snd I learn that
.Jlie appointment of one has been found a
matter of considerable difficulty, 'Young
, win not oe re-appointeu, nut it is well known
that no man, not a Mormon, could govern
that lawless and impious community, without
.the material aid of one or two well appoint
ed regiment,,' The Secretary of the Terri-
jtory,;A.i Wj-Rabbit, formerly delegate in
Congress will direct affairs until the further
'action 'of the President. : The political in
jiubordi.iation of these people is as remarka
ble os thelr-moraf and religious irregularities.
Mri ' Yonng and his associates have, not
thought fit to forward copies of their terrfto
flai lavys, or ,the accounts of the expenditure
f tlw jitrblic apprjoprialipn, for the past two
year.:;.;j.rrV;'y-.. t :.; .t-w-f.'V'-y- i
i" ' i'i 1 1- : i wt ' ' ;' ; - '
K'ittko&vsPEitstoii Bridge -r-The 'De
troit (Mich.) Enquirer,' in a notice of the
Railroad Suspension Bridge on the Great
(Vestera road, stat tnat the work ia being
crowded forward to rapid completion. The
w-ires'vre all put together, and arq being
wound. This is the heavj part pf the work,
as toe bridge portion, which h to be suspend
ed, will he ready by the time the wire cable
is completed. The bridge is to be swung
twenty feet directly over ; the present ur-j
nage unuge, ana wnen completed, wtu be
one of the most magnificent structures in
the world...It is thought' that the cars will
pross by rtie first of , December, m A
.J&1A. hill Was recently handed , into the
city authorities' of San - Frsnc'iico, for cer
tain re(reshnients furnished to the Grand Ju
. ry in that city, while pursuing their invest
jtigations which contained the following rich
jtems: One dozen cherry wine, three tbor?
sand fire hundred cigars, one dozen bottles
Martel's brandy, ftwr gallons ditto, five las
ftets jfleidsieck. one bMtle bitttrs, two tins
pi cracker, and one hundred and twenty
fJollarSfWorthoi sheny wine.; Someciiriom
gentleman baa ciphered out that this would
give to each of the twenty-four jurors three
and a half , bottles sherry, one hundred and
fifty cigars, two and a half bottles cham
- fghe, and PH quarter quarts bran
dy. . --v,- ; i,-;'''' :-.v-' ' y
POT! Mqre . hearts pine away in secret "an
guish, for the wnt kindness from, those
who should be their comforters, than for aoy
A WW J. ke Iri.l- .wi
, .audi iio sua ueu religion wyi ve recarn-
ed In the annals of this free and hospitable
repablic as unfit fot and incompatible with
liberty or JeLT-gorernueBt and they will
be absorbed, pus away, or' be driven off to
be known no more, and referred to be in the
future ory, . " jj
. ' MT bII s meni or sdera a Ula.x , 7la.
JUitermblt imgrnkt The man throueb
whose veins runs none but Irish blood, whose
parents were of that people, whose brothers
and eaters sing "Erin to my home," on
whose bills bis first breath' was drawn, and
in whoae" vales bis first steps were taken,
and to brand all of kindred and people as a
race "incompatible with liberty or self-go
ernment." fit only.?to point a moral or adorn
tile," how black m nst be bis heart if be
feels the eentimentVor base bis principles,
if home, nation, nativity do still "hold re
membrance dear, but he must suppress lh
generous, sentiment, that demagoguelsm
may be pandered to, and the. miserable mer
cenary fed ! ' Shame, miserable nitrate i
there ia not another vagabond on the earth
who does not look back to bis native soil,
cherish the memories of his natwitr. and
wish his people well J ,. . ... ,,.-,. . ,
"Brealliei there s nun with soul to dead,
Wbo to hlintolf katb nerer mMi '
Tki it MfK, my nativ M,"
an Mnpressive sentiment, which the poor
driveling apostate of the Timet seems never
to have felt' He who could so debase human
nature as to deny his nativity, libel his own
history, heap ribald jess and vulgar slanders
upon his own race, and by falsehood, calum
ny and atoWseekto degrade them in the
estimalicln of other nationalities, is certain
ly a base man, capable of any crimej and de
serving but general scorn. Cincimati Eh.
qutrer. ' " " " " 1 ;.-'. .:
The Bank of England
Tho Directors of the Bank of EnrrianJ
convened to hear the half-yearly statement
and make a dividend on the 14th Sfnim.
ber. The busihes Was summurilv H
ed, the figures being entirely satisfactory.
A London correspondent gives the following
account of the meeting. , , ,
, Lohdon, Saturday, Sept. 16.
There is a remarkable contrast in tha
nual meetinirs of the Directura nf tha nh
of England, the much real doing and the lit
tle talking of the business men who have
me turn at tne wheel or this gigantic con
cern, as compared with the gassy-talking
will-be-heards of other concerns of Eng
land and all the world beside. W.ter.iAv
was what is termed the half-yearly meetin
of the Board of Directors and Proprietors
Of the Bank. ' They met in solemn assem
bly in the "Bank parlor," as it is called, at
noon. As the minute hand of the dial spoke
the hour. Mr. Governor Hubbard squat
himself in the old worn chair of his prede
cessors, and, in short business terms, told
his brethren associates that the nett profits
of the Bank for the half year ending the
31st of Aucrust amount to $3,120.0(10. ,
624,000, and that, after declaring a divi-
ul. nit uic ui nma jkt cent, per annum,
there would be a goodly sum to be carried
10 me "rest." Tins "rest" is nothing more
than a surplus fund over and above the cap.
ital of the Bank, and is now eighteen mill
ions of dollars a pretty decent sort of extra
joint of beef to cut and come again, upon at
a table in the corner., Having made this in
teresting disclosure, and the question of a
dividend of 4'per cent, for the half year
being unanimously agreed to, the quiet pivot
around which the mighty finance of the con
cern revolves vacate , the Chair, tells the
Company that the dav's business id mn.
eluded, buttons up the capacious pockets
of his antique-shaped unmentionables, and
walk off. The whole time occupied in
sayings and doings, from the time of the
Governor squatting in the official chair un
til he turned out of it. after accomplisning the
business, was exactly, three minutes and fif
ty seconds; and in little more than six min
utes the Company had cleared out, the doors
had been 6lammed to, locked, and all had
assumed its usual quiet aspect.
An Iucidcut of the Burning: of the
W. II. Stqjte, of Brecksville, in this coun
ty, in company with two others, went West
a few weeks ago to buy laud, leaving some
business with the law firm of Wymah &
Thater, of this city, in which a brother and
a brother-in-law living in Brecksvile were
concerned. On Monday last, said brother-in-law
and a near neighbor of Stone, came
to town and visiting their lawyers on said
business, had occasion to speak of Mrs.
Stone,' who, he said, was quite sick, in fact
entirely prostrated, by a shocking dream
she had the night before. She dreamed
that her husband was dead, had died on a
steamboat, and in an awful and violent man
ner.' The lawyers informed said neighbor
that a steamboat had been burnt on Lake
Erio the night before, but Mr. Stone's
name did not appear either among tho lost
or saved, and was probably not on board.
While talking, the comrad and room-mata
of Mr. Stone, a Mr. Farr, canie into the
office and announced that Mr.! Stonb wns
on board with.him, slept in the same state
room, heard the alarm of firm, rushed out
together into the cabin, which Was so full
of fire and smoke that they lost one anoth
er. Farr reached the deck and iumoed in.
to the Lake. Stone has not heen heard of
since. , ine last words he sDoke wern.
"Farr, where are ypuV ."Here . I ,am,'
said Farr; both so. enveloped in smoke that
iney .could not see one another. - Farr hap
pened to find the cabin door aridf escaped.
Stone probably was smothered and de
voured, by the flames.. The parties are all
well, known, and. these facts-need bo au
thentication.. ... ; . , . " . -v
The Verv nisht and about thnvarv hnnr
that the husband was crabblina with this
strange, , but terrible death, the wife-had
a presentiment so vivid that the reality
cquldmoj affect her' worse.; Is there any re
ligious or moral poilosophy that can explain
this? Dealer. . ' .'.,;,:.,,;.,.,.
OrSome Idea of the hardness nf a rrfhn.
ine Sambo's head may be gathered from the
annexed paragraph, which we find in the
Daily Eagle, printed at Memphis, Tennes
see ! ' '-' .
A ''colored pusson" well known about
town aa "Old Kit," while passing under a
new three-story building, jn process of erec
tion, a brick-bat fell from the hand of a
bricklayer on the tfall above, and in de
scending came in contact with the rregro's
head. ' The resistance was great, and the
brick-bat wa broken In r two. - After recov
ering from the temporary stun, he add ressed
the bricklayer with : "I ssv. vou white man
up dar, if yon dont want yer bricks bfCke,.
H1ALTHKUI.11E8S or FaDj,r.-i-'The editor
of ;the Medical Monthly, n a timely article
on a misunderstood subject, says , that parta
king Immoderately, even of the ripest and
best fruit, is as injurious Be drinking to ex.
cess, opium eating, or surfeiting of any kind,
and that eatina unrioe fruit, even when nrn.
pared by the tooet skillfully conducted culi
nary operations and enticingly presented in
the garniture of paste and. frosting, ia un
safe; eating fruit at Improper hours, too r
rlp aa well tf tnrip a ia highly paxbltioua.
7 7 T
. A letter, from Paris, of the 19th Septem
ber, says; "Mr.! Soale, the Aaierioan am
bassador at Madrid, who, according to the
yet unexplained telegraphic despatch Of yes
terday, was hiding from the Spanish police,
ooionse on me accompan
ied by Mr. Sickles, the United States.
reiary of legation at London."
A Windsor correspondent of the London
papers writes, that for some time past, work
men have been employed in decorating tod
fitting op the apartments at Winder r..n
occupied tea years ago by the Emperor of
u mo ivuasias, ror uie reception of Napol
eon HI., Emperor of the French, who. it is
said, will arrive in England, attended by the
Empress Eugenie, on a visit to ber Majes-
i, uuruy.oeiore onrtttrnsa, on the return
of the Cmirt faun rtk
. The London Timer of the 8 1st of Sep
tember says : "The Hon. Jamea Buchanan,
nu.ti ii uu miuiBicr io wis country, bas been
uoj m mancnesier recent
ly, on a private visit to Mr. Stell, of the firm
of Crafts & Stell, American . Men-hunt.
His Excellency met the Mayor and some of
mo principal mercnanta at the boust of Mr:
Stell, but abstained from visiting any of the
public places. An invitation to a public
dinner is talked of as likely to be given to
ma j excellency snortiy Dy the Maror and
We regret to learn that Diooena. a rath
er formidable rival of Punch, bas.;become
bankrupt, and an aoDlication for a certificate
has been made by the proprietors. These
gentlemen were described as Robert Kemn
Philp and Richard Perkins Appleford, of
ou r leei street, oooKseiiers and publishers.
The balance sheet , showed the following
items : Claimsof unsecured creditors, 976;
ditto, holding security, 2,633 . The assets
are sets down thus : Debts, 1,699; proper-
iy,izw. rne torses are stated at 1,077;
properly, jci, wo,
'A Comet.;'. ;.' . - "'
Within the next few years there will be a
return oi that great luminary which, in 1556,
caused Charles V. to abdicate his crown.
and Pope Calixtus 11. to excommunicate in
the fellowship with the Turk and the Dev
il. ' Is it not singular to think that tha numa
cdtnet may probably upon his return, find
Christianity arrayed upon the side of the ex
communicated Mahomedanl Temporal mu
tauter &c. ! . ! 1 ... .
M. Babinet, a member of the French A
cademy of Sciences, has furnished some in
teresting details in relation to this splendid
comet, which is the largest ever described
by ancient and modern observers. Its peri
odical course about three centuries. It was
seen in 104, 393, 683, 972, 1214, 1556, and
is always described as shining with an ex
traordinary brightness. Astronomers agreed
in announcing its return for 1848; but, fail
ing to Keep its engagement, it is now, using
a quaint expressien of M. Babinet, "living
on its. former brilliant reputation." urtil
Bomme re-assured the mourning world of
Bcience, wno nau aireauy put crapes round
their telescopes, that it was neither lost nor
stolen, but only retarded by some attractive
influences. Possibly the dashing stranger
may have deviated from his path to coquet
with some hoyden moon or widowed planet:
Under these circumstances the precise time
of the return of the interesting stranger is
somewhat uncertain, though his cxpectsnt
admirers predict that it will take place with-
iii uie next two years. Whenever this phe
nomena occurs, which in an age of igno-
rnuce aim Bupersuuon wnen tne meteor
would have excited wonder, and attracted
the gaze of nations, the scientific will be
on the alert and draw important deductions
for the advancement of knowledge from an
event which formerly would have thrown
mankind into an agony of fear. Chicago
Times. . , . ,- .
How a Boston itlnrtii-int liswo
setl of Tliitty Tliousautl Dollars.
One of the wealthy merchants of Boston,
says the Transcript, whose death last year
was universally mourned, often toldh is
friends an anecdote in his own experience,
and which was recommended to all those
who desired to enjoy a serene old age, with
out allowing llieir wealth to disturb their
peace of mind. He said that when he had
obtained his fortune, he found he began to
grow uneasy about his pecuniary affairs, and
one night, when he was about sixty years of
age, his sleep was disturbed by. unpleasant
tnougnts respecting some shipments he had
just made. , lit the morninc he said to him
self, "1 his will never do; if I. allow such
thoughts to gain the mastery over me, I
must bid farewell to peace all my life. I
will stop this brood of care at once, and at
a single blow." Accordingly he went to
his counting room, and. upon examination
found he had $30,000 in money on hand.
lie made out a list of his relatives and oth
ers he desired to aid, and before he went to
bed again he had given away every dollar of
tne thirty thousand. He said he slept well
that night, and for a long time after, his
dreams were . not disturbed by anxious
thoughts about vessels or property. , ,
' Out-Door Exercise. .
It is owing, mainly, to their delight in
dut'door exercise,' that the elevated classes
in England reach a patriarchal age, notwith
standing their habits of high living, of late
nours, of -wine drinking, and many other
health-destroying , agencies; the death of
their generals, their lords, their earls and
their dukes, are chronicled almost every
week, at 70, 80 and 90 years; .it is because
they will be on horseback, the most elegant
rational and accomplished of all form of
mere exercise, both lor sons and daughters.
But the whole credit of longevity to these
classes, must hot be given to thoir love of
nciu sports; 11 must be divided, with the other
not less . characteristic, traits of an English
noble man-f-he will take the world easy; and
could we, as a people, persuade ourselves
to do the same thing habitually, it would add
ten years to the average of human life, and
save many a broken heart, and broken for
tune and , broken .constitution. Halls Jour,
nal of Health. i:,i :;-
PACTS.--Of every 73 inhabitants of the
United States, one dies every year. "' : ..
Of the free . inhabitants of the United
States, 17,700,000 and a few more are Da
tives; 2,000,000 and a few more were' born
in other countries. . . . .. . . ..
Of the youth of the United States, 4,000,
000 were at school on the 1st of June,, I860;
that is, 'there was one youth for every five
free inhabitants. .-,"'; ' ; ,: ; '
' In the United States, there is one church
for every 648 of the population. ' . . .. ,
These figures are according to the census
of. I860.: , ';;--v,.::v-'fvf
f'The death of an old man's wife,"' says
Lamartine, "is like cutting down of an an
cient oak that has long shaded the' family
mansion. , Henceforth the 1 glare of the
world, with its carea . and vicissitudes,1 Jail
opon the oid widower's heart, and there is
nothing1 to break their force or shield it
from the full weight of misfortune. It is
aj if his right hand was withered as if one
wing of an eagle was broken,: and every
movement .that he made only brought ' him
to the ground' ' ilia eye are dim and glas
sy, and when the film of death falls over
him, be misses those accustomed tones which
might have soothed his passage to the grave.",
- fjrlf you are affronted, it is better to pass
it by in silence, or with a jest though with
some dishonor, than to endeavor revenge. If
you can keep reason above passion, that, and
watchfulness, will be your beet defendant,
Sir U(ta Kewton, '"
. Singular Statement. ' ,
A correspondent tHReald,M Min-tha''
ha aenttbat magazine the following curi
ous anecduts, accompanying a request for
its publication, with an assurance of its
truth, and stating that the incident occurred
while be was a carpenter on board the bark
Stork, Captain Charles Gordon j "We sail-
ed from the Cape, where I joinedthe vessel
in October, 1841, having on board a young
man. about eighteen years of age, named
renningtoa, son oi me counsel or Bt Ma
lo, and who was sent to sea to keep him from
harm. When at sea, the mate one day sent
oira out to gresse-aay, saying, at the same
time, "Take off your sea boots, for should
you fall overboard, you will certainly be
drowned. 'V He did fall overboard, and I,
hearing the cry, sprang on a carronade, seiz
ed the coil of the main top-gallant halyards,
and threw them to him, unfortunately a yard
too short. - He therefore : vainly grasped at
them, andrapidly went astern. The captain
laid the vessel w the gig was lowered, and
four brave men went in her to his rescae;
but, such was the hea rj sea, that one man
was washed put of the boat, bu picked np
again by the others. The boat approached
within twenty yards of the drowning man
(who swam well;) but at the peril of their
lives the men dared not pick him up, because
the boat would fill if they kept her other
wise than bead onto the awful waves. The
men came bsck to the ship without him. and
when they' came alongside, the boat was
stove and filled with water. It broke up,
and with great difficulty the men were got
on deck. We. on board could see the alba
trosses and other sea-birds picking at the
poor' drowning youth. The next dsy the
captain searched bis chest, and found in it
copies of the various letters he had sent
home to his father and other friends, and
among them one be had written . to bis fath
er, actually describing his own death, but
stating that it had occurred to another man
on the passage out. The description was
prophetically precise in all particulars, but
totally 4 devoid of foundation at the time it
was written, there havincr been no such acci
dent on the passage out. Captain Gordon
called all hands aft, and, with much emotion,
read the letter alluded to. ' I need not tell
you we all wept. ; I left the bark at Monte
video; for the scene was always present to
me while on board.
In Deei fluid, October 4th, 1844, by Caleb Brown, Esq.,
Mr. JOHN M. FRY and Miw FRANCIS DAY.
Ia Franklin, on the 5th Inst., by N. D. Clark, Esq.,
Ma. CEORGE W. REED of Franklin, and Miss MA-
RIAH P. EWEI.Lef Brlmfleld.
On Wednesday, Sept. ", at the residence of -W,
Falrohild in Edinburgh, of Dysentery Mist MARY
Miss Beard was a lady 18 years of nge, of Intelligent
mind, reserved In her niunners and somewhat impress
ible in hor disposition. In Uie month of January WS3,
she mode a public profession of religion, and gave
her name to the Methoditt E. Church.
T he evidence connected with her life at the time, and
for months following the profession of her faith, left no
reusonable doubt on tho minds of those who knew her
of the soundness of hur conversion and the genuine
ness of her chrislinn life. Some live or six months
ago, however, she fell under tha influence of those
whoso views of the word of God not only lead them
to neglect it, but to treat Itas fabulous, untrue nnd per
nicious in ila effects on tho development of intellect
ami morn is. under nils innnance her heart drank III
tho poison of InHdelily so that when mortal disoaso
laid hold on her system, she found herself unprepared
to Uie, which fact she refused to aikuowlnilirn imin
some four or 8ve dnys before her denth. Kor did lieht
return to her mind until she acknowledged the scrip
tures of Divine authenticity, and sought through thoin
the wny to the hcnling fountain of blood Divine.
The night previous to her doath she was asked bv
a pious lady who visited her frequently during her
sickness (which continued a fortnight) if the were
afraid ti ditV She replied in tho affirmative. She was
then instructed to pray und in reply snid, "I am too
weak to pray!" She was then reminded Uiat she
inlKht pray as did the PUblicoo, "Lord be merciful to
me a sinner."
During tho uightslie rested bill little. On tho follow
ing morning she Culled for the bible to bo read to her
noil so soon as that precious Imok was brought forward
sho seemed to Iny hold by faith of t'.e promises con.
tuinod therein made to those in need, as she was, and
to rejoice (hut the sting of death was removed. "I
have prayed Hint beautiful prayer that you taught me
a great many tin es," said she to the lady referred to
"and the Lord has heard me and answered my prayer.
I shall soon he in Heuven."
Sho was very solicitous that her young aasoclatos poi
soned as sho had boon, might have her renunciation of
scepticism, and her dying testimony in favor of tiio
bible and Christianity.
When her physician came in that morning, she spoke
out distinct and full anylng, "Dr. I am going to Heav
en to-day." At first he expressed some doubts as to
her dying so soon, but on examination of hor symp
toms he lold her it might be so.
And in this ttuto of mind she passed from life about
9 o'clock, ,
The above is a mere narration of facts, tho applica
tion of them,, and the deductions from them are loft
for the readur. W. M. BEAR.
Rootbtoww, Sept. 87th, 1PM. .
Dr. TILRBS will be ut tlio Prentiss House,
Wednesday, afturnoou and Tlmrsdav until S
o eioeK r. m. jomanaiuin oi wl.
See iidvtrtiscinunl iu another column.
JL Templnrs. There will be a public -meeting of the
lodges of Eastern Ohio, at Mnrlboro, oa Suturduy. Oct.
21st, commencing at 3 o'clock P. M.
Mrs. Aineliu Bloomer of Wt. Vernon, Ohio, will ad
dress the meeting. The occasion will l enlivened by
the music of the Rnotstown Brass Band, also, by a va
riety of songs.. V . j ,
Procniuion formed fit 11 ft'lnlr P f Clnml. xt
rprogrcss and reform aru eurnestly invited to attbnd.
JAO. MUMiJBIVi B.t HopCWl Bl!ir IrOdgO.
JIj GKEAT CURE Oe RHEUMATISM. The Ed
itors of the Richmond Republican, of December 34th,
1852, say Unit Carters Spanish Mixture is no quack
niediciue. : . x ...
They had a innn In their press-room who was afflict
ed with violent Mercurial Rheumatism, who was con
tinually complaining of iniserv in his back, limbs and
Joints; his eyes had become feverish and mattery,
nee. awuiicii, .uruub sore, ana an tne svmpioms or
rheumatism, combined with Scrofula. Two bottles of
Carter's Spanish Mixture cured him, and hi an edito.
rjal article as above, thoy boar testimony or Its won
derful good effects, and say their onlv tcgret is. Hint
all Buttering with diseases of tho blood are not aware
of the existence of such a medicine. They cheerfully
recommend it. See their eertineato. and notice iu full
around tho bottle. : - -im, -,
"The whole press of Philadelphia are out in favor
of Hoofi.inda German bitters, as Uiev aro prepared by
Dr- O. M. Jackson. We are glad to' record the success
of tills valuable remedy for. Dyspepsia, as we believe
it supplies a desideratum in tha medical world long
needed. Tho wretched Imitator and counterfeiters
have withdraws their nostrums from the market, and
the puhlic are spared from the danger ol swallowing
poisonous mixtures iu Ilea of tho real Bitters."
Iltrald. , - .... . .ri..u..-
Dissolution Notice. '
THE COPARTNERSHIP existing be
tween Drs. Cain and Morton In tho practice of
medicine, is this day closed hy mutual consent. By
this arrangement Dr. Cain will settle all enmnnnv
claims. All-persons therefore havlmr unsullied ac
counts with the lato firm will please call and arrange
tha same wiUiont delay.' WILLIAM CAIN, M. D.
Br. Cain would Inform his natrons that h e n n It A
found o usual at his office, No. 9 Phoenix Block, ready
to attend all calls in his profession.
ucioner, sru, it4.ai.-iu. .
The Farmers Friend.
T HAVE NOW ON HAND the most com-
JL pleto and desirable article for cuttinir stalks. hv.
straw, Ao., there is in use, to which I respectfully In-,
vlte the attention of the farmers and stock raising oora-
wetoboiio, ibl io-tr. , . ... .
DISSOLUTION. Notice is hereby given
that Goorra L. Hotchkiss has this dav retired fMn.
the flnn of Kowell, Witter A Co. ' The business of the
Arm will be aettled by Rowell 4k Witter, who alone are
authorized to aettle the same and w.ll continue their
business at the .old stand, Ho. 1, Phoenix Block. ...
U. r KOWELL, ' : '
,5. ;i :,.., W'M.'KvWITTKR,-'.
OKO. L. HOTCHKIBS,
Ravenna, Oct, 9h, 8S , -.5 , . "
,:,)Tx t)(; FHII Ckodttlta5..v.r,t-, .r itr
E ARE DAILY RECEIVING our Tall
' stock of goods,, comprisinir broa.1 cloth .!.
meres', vesting, delaines, cashincrqs, popUne, em
broidered robe, parmeltos, merinos, prints, ahawla,
grocaries, crockery, hardware, Ac, which we guaran
tee to sell at figure lo suit Call and examine before
purchasing. PRENTISS, HOPKINS dt Co.
October Jlth, 1044.-10-tf. . :;,;, UVlAUH
TRONING HATS without u: charge
JL All Data purchased at tha Kavenna Hat Store, will
w. j iyMi wiwiyii) raws i alias.
MmlersTilte B Haad.;
IV W FA", G00D8 at the Shalersville
t, and will U .old KcorUilirTill I.d7uto
New Tall and Winter
"DO WELL: WITTER &. c.n. i
IWiilt Block, are Bow rwelTlnj their Bnt In
" fwral anortmeni of (sods, adapted to
Umi fall ami winter trick,, which bar Uxm ilwui
Hhirraatearela Boston and f ew York, wlihlo Ua
part threw waeka, and are prepared to oBer thorn lo
uxur caaloaen and the puhlic ronerally, w mady
' -it"""" mnTi crsniu at prioM wiiico derr
eompeUUou, eoralnK from vbatavor quarter it mar.
' All uenona m want nf k.nr.1.. ...
eall and aiamina bofore purctuulnj. .FarUruIara
Kavcana, Oct. 4th, lSM.'-IOtr.
T ADIE3 NOW ta YOUR TIME to buy
-LI rnertito'i, and jm mm And ttwm of aU eolora, and
al nrioea lower than yo Tor heard of bofore. Call
and ace thorn, and you will be m ro to et a drew at .
OeU,b.,.,h,18M. ,. .'
(lOBOURGS, TWILLED PERSIANS,
J alpaca, merino pWda, plain ad nlaid BoUergo. A
litre (lock of the afxiwa i.... .
ml I .t ...i... ..... : " win
vw w aUik iuu MlUUa.
I10WSU Ai WITTKH.
Oct. 9th, 183J. . ,
A LL WOOL DELAINES, one case just
IX. received, all i colors, good quality, and are bolng
4d at a lea. price than wm ever before known ta
Portage eounty. C.u and get tome of them before
Uioyaregone.atNo. 1, Pho-nl Block.
KOWKLL or WITTER '
October Sth, 1854. "in tit.
PIJ1 DRESS GOODS, silk plaids,
Jnn r .inM70?lJ,taM' ?iiou nU woolv daaltable
f??.h a . idl!? """"'i J"" opened and being sold
t "hard times" prieet at .
n . k ... KOWELL WlTTKR'H.
October 9th, 1954. "',.', ,
riLOTHS AND CASSIMERES a large
y assortment Just opened, which were purchased ex
tremely low, and will be told accordingly. If ,
waul a bargain in either call on ' ' .
. . ROWKLL A WITTER.'
Ortober 9th, 1R54. , , '
U iSADY- MADE CLOTHING If you
c.l.?r,TtexJBlrJk we,,n,,e 4nd tL
n. . n.K " ' HOWELL & WITTER. A
BONNETS, four cases Fall and Winter
bonnets Just received, amongxt which aro snner
awes, hatins and silk, assorted colors of lace. Flor
ence nnd other stylos, all of which will he aold at a
lvery small advance from cost.
' ' . HOWELL WITTER.
October 9th, 18M. .. . . , . : .
BONNET RIBBONS, a fine assortment
of Fall 4 Winter stylos, rocnivod and selling low.
', .' , iC, KO WELL dt WITTER.
October, Bth, 1854.
I EMBROIDERIES the largest and best
J assortment ever brought to this town, including
muslin and cambric collars. Clinmtr.eitea unit n.i...
sleeves, whlchs will be sold at a trifle advance from
kuwisll or WITTBR'S.
October 9th, 1854. -
"DLACK SILKS of every quality can be
KOWELL dt WTER'S.
October 9th, 1854."
New Fall nnd Winter Goods.
flHARLES nRKRNIIcTF.T.np.R w ,
VJ Phccnix Block Ravenna, OhioTlTirow'ophiV the
X'SiM -a& M
and furnishing goods ever offered in Ravenna, consist-
'"K inoi nee DiacK, urown unu blue dress, frock
uud sack coats, also, a larira stock Of hliaine.. .ml .lli.
er coats, of all colors and sizes, whiib will be sold
cheaper than at any other bouao in town.
yciooor Jim, j4. . ,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF VSTSW
Just received: black satin, fancy .ilk, cloth, casslmoro ! oJ'rZt .'.hI 'C'V'1 rcquo',t Uu"
mid tweed vests, which can ho had at the lowest possl- ! Th-T.i.n f,.." '.'."'I? i'",r?.,lllr-' .
KO. 3, PHEN1X BLO
October 11th, 1854.
"DANTS Black and Fancy Cassimeres,
Tin V """vr ana 1 ws, or all colors and sizes, which
n ... w u. a biiiuii nuvunc imin com, at
NO 3, PHQCX1X BLOCK.
BURNISHING GOODS Com prising fine
J- white linen, fancy and hickory shirts; also a large
in, ui nruiipurs, drawers, socks, gloves, black and
fancy silk handkerchiefs, black and fancy stocks, neck
tics, suspenders, shirt collar, trunks, valises, carpet
lings, umorellas, India rubber coaU, leggius, ire. all of
wnicu J win sen cneapor than aiiy other house In Por
tuge county, at . KO. 3, PUffiSIX BLOCK.
October 11th, 1854.
A TTACHMENT Notice is hereby giv-
IX en that at my Instance writ of .attachment was
this day issued by John Brttner, n justice of tho peace
in Franklin township, county of Portage, end Slnto of
Ohio, against the goods and chatties, monevsand cred
its of Alansnn Newton, a non-resident of said county.
; October 5th, 1854.-10. . P. 1). HULL & Co,
THE SUBSCRIBER will open in a few
days, In the "Phoenix. Block" a largo stock of
New Goods, bought la Philadelphia and Kew York,
under Uie most fuvornblo circumstauces and at a time
when nearly all kinds of goods are, lower than they
have boen for yoars. Owiujc lo the "hard times" the
goods will be offered at such extremely low prices as
will astonish the people more than Uiey were ten years
iigo when tho subscriber opened his first stock of goods
in tills town the result of which was that a great
change in prices was produced in a short time through
out the country it now appears that buslnoss is work
ing back upon the old system of lariro nrolits and loi.tr
cruuit. ine nine nas come wnen another revolution
must tnko place in merchandizing in this country.
Therefore thorn, who have large stocks of old goods on
hand hud better commence working them down twenty
live per cent or do as tho "Col." savs "switch off on
the side track" for the People will be furnished with
as good tea for forty cents as any men-hunt has sold the
uut car ior nity cents, ami otner goods In proportion.
. ' RANSOM A. GILLETTE.
Ravenna, Oct. 3d, 1854.
The "Board of Kxomiiwrs" of Portage County, will
hold examinations this faU as follows;
1st. Saturday, Oct. 21st., at the close of the Teachers'
2d, Saturday, November 4th.
3d, " ,. 18th.
4th, " llecember Id.
The examinations will commence at 9 o'clock A.
M. each day, in the Court House nt Ravenna, Unless
that room Is otherwise occupied. "
All applicants will be expected to furnish satisfactory
ovidoueaof moral character.
The Board expect to hold no other examinations tin
Itl spring. BE.HJ. NEWELL, Clerk.
Oct, 3d, 1854. 10-0t., : . , , '
New Dining Saloon.
THE undersigned have opened a victualing
Saloon In this village In tho New hrtck building
ou Mnin Street, situated between the Bank and the
Town Hall. Their rooms aro elegantly fitted up, and
neatness, order, sobrlotvand quiet will be the order of
tUo day in tholr estnblMimout. Refreshment, will bo
furnished promptly nt nil bourn. The Sulot.u will be
constantly supplied with all the delicacies of the sea
son, such as Hh, Game, Oysters, i-c. The Proprie
tors design that it shall bo In the strictest sense a 'firm
class Dining Saloon, whore the highest respeotabillw
shall be maintained and where Gentlemen and Ladios
may enjoy a quiet retreat, and procure all sueb refresh
ments, as the most aslduoui .eure and painstaking cut
furnish. i. ...... ...
They design that their ruies and regulations shall be
so strict that no onoVcharacter, illgnltv, or respecta
bility will be compromised by visiting their Saloon. ' -i
Pic Nic parties will bo at all tlittos furnished with re
freshments. . ' V- i . . . f ;
: AJ"luu ,ot of eonfectionarv alwny on hand for said.
, ILfThe Suloonwill be conducted on the strict tem:
perance principle. MoMANUS & BROTHERS.
Ravenna. Soptgg, IBC4. 4J-tf '
: Durham & Gardner,
TTAVE just received their fall stock of Boots
XX Shoes and Leathor embracing nearly every tiling
their line of business, which they offer oa the most
liberal terms tor cash os ready pay. . Owln to the
luU excessive drouth, and consequently Uie presuro in
money .matters, they have concluded to reduee the
price of their work in a measure, uotwltbjtanlini the
present high prices of stocks ; ...
i ney oner uenta nne home-made Calf Boots 544,5fl.
UJio Fine Kid Welt Bootet Honw-made Man $.5U
"... . , elf pegged .- 1,50
: " i " " " lined , " 1.63
i JUd woItBuini' J s 1,38
' ' , .,. .,.'. . Turna " i n d l; ..-ija
and all other work proportlnnahly low. We have
a largo complete assortment of Boys and Yonllia Boots,
Ladie'a and Genu Rubbers, Misses and children's, '
We resaectfnllyinvite all these wishing to aurchaao,
to- call and, examine our stock of goods, for them
selves. . DURHAJiA GARDNER. ,
Baron na, Sept. 85, '54. : - - 485-tf ' .'
FOR SALE. The subscriber his one su
perior toned , Molodoon manufactured by Bishop
Child. Cleveland. Said instrument is entirely new.
Four aud a half octavos; will (ell it at a bargain. It
may be seen by calling on . . .... r .
i ....,.. . . - JJVJIE8 TWITT,
, Ravenna, Sept. 13th, 1F54.1 ) RavennaOhlo
.h.'-U:.' A Good Bncrsy '.' t' ' - -
FOE Sale cheap.- Good wood will be
taken In pay., Ennulra Of -fl n.f, ': .- .
Harenna, pi. , '44. M. SohkhvIlW
v-''i- - 480-3W
SHADY SIDjWtraMtTa4eajesof Summer Hate,
, ABSTRACT STATEMENT
' ' ' ' ' ' OP THB --.Cr.
CONDITION -A.KT) AFFAIRS
' OK THB
Washlagton VatioB laenrancwC
lot CuraxAiD, O..TO Jolt 1st, 1854. '
Jto. of PoUclas lata wVTUki Uw put six
monUi, , . . , v i.J ei5
Whola No. of Policies laeoed to data. ft'&al-''
Aaioaat of Property lour4Jaa. 1, ' '
1, 1B54, ad3IM -
Amount of Property Injured dor- .... ,
. Uf past six uofiUia, - tJ67f20
Wboleaaioantlnrared, v .
Amount of DrpoU Note la force
Amount of deiKwit Note ra-air. ' -
iar I. IRU . . a.v aav aa
d from Jan. 1, IBM, to data M403S
Whala antonnt of sTntea,
Cash balaiioa in fitvnr of Coaipa
ny. January 1,154, I
aab Premiums reewivad front
, uiai penoa vo aato, KMOfit
-1ToUl.1 ; : '
Amount of lossoa paid slum ian
BalaiHW, I .
Uudeturmlnsd elalina tnehtdbur -
, , loaseaoot due, e3.77n, , .rl ,
KKKOURCES, JULY I, 1854.
Dcpatlt Rotes aaakove, - - - flH9,W.44
Caahbalaaee, .. " , . . . T , . . : . QSJMir.T
, rorsonai property ; . ..... . ... . 9u,u
1 ' FARMERS' DEPARTMENT. ' ' '
OK THK -m
WaUiinitton Union Insurance Co.
,'.'"'' 8TATEMEBT TO JULY I, 1854.
ITo.of Policies Uaaed, , 136
..Amount insured, .044,l(,aO -
Amount of deposit Kdtes In force, tlVMAJM
Cash baUace, January 1st, 1844, 1U,3PS,33 . .
Cash premium from Ui&i period
.' to dole, - . ' - 5,816,48
Total. ' !.-..
I Losses paid since January 1st, "S4,
Bahince In fuvof of Companv, SlSheJJI
Losses not due by term of Poiiey 333,33 '
rootlier claims are known to exisU
JLrNo Assessinuut upon the deposit Notes of either
Department has kAn .,,ij
dltjon and prospect of the offlee wore never mora flat
lerlng. The company la legitimately a Mutual, but il
also Issues Polities fur a cash consideration la fnB, al
the usual rntoa of sound stock ofllous.
George MyrU, Olottfnd
K. T. Backus,
A. S. Hanford. ;
D. B. Dunham, Clevllaad
S. B.Sturgea, Mansdeld.
Timolliy Baker, iNorwalk.
Cyrus Prtntias, Ravenna.
John Clark, Brunswick.
J. F. Koiilneon, Bedford.
W. M. Powell, Ohio City.
Jacob Portias, ' w
G. H. Keillor,
O. Jf. Steels, , M ' .
D. B. DUNHAM, Prosl
Oi N. SKREI.8, SecrcCary.
GEO. H. aiKMTEReGoue
ral Agent and Uimuty
GEO. MTGATT, Vice-
President and Treasur
er. Cleveland, July 1,1634.
A.S.LEWIS, - ...
Agenj al Kavenna.
WILL BE PUBLISHES, ON THE lar AUGUST.
TIIE CABIN BOY'S STORY.
A KlMI-NlI-nCil. RoHANCtOr tXTaNSt lltTCKEST, BT
. .... rut.a or TK rlHlTB UOTTOa," TBI "LW-
- mi "VID 1WTOI," etc., aC.
THE success hitherto enioverl hw thn ..
J. Uior of Uie above aonular wort. i. . ...m.... .
viiamnteA nf tl.a r. f.i. .. i... . .'.
?rmi"fff?1" m Pen reeeived by the public.
Tho Cabin Boy's Story" is a romantle aarratlve, 11
uslrating the horrors of the Slave Trade, aa carried on
in Uie Coast ol Africa. The author has served lr the
navy and Uie descriptions and characters are painted
from personal acquaintance with them. The story ia
full of exciting Interest awl auventure as tho celebra
ted work of Defoe, "Robinson Crusoe," and lias the ad-
;"" "?r "' B'orioua ncnon, inasmuch as it Is
rounded on tacts of every day occurrence. The history
I of7 EVOT
I .'ri rurclmsed at ConsStinople edufedim
vj oi.iras,yotcnivainc, Seymour the ooia-
insiiderof he Albatross, is simply the narration of a
rt painted from the life, and all the numerous charae
tors portrayed throughout the atory are vividly and
grnphlcaliv drawn. '
Tho publishers havo nlroady received orders for tho
... i Vi i . wa originally their intention to
i . . . i . ...... ...u ..via -iii mvnwftn
much interest as any word of flntlou thnt i... r i....
.? Iu1 frm ,1,a.Pre"- &s. notwithstanding,
since the publication of "Unele Tom's Cabin,'! worki
relating to slavory in America, pro and eon, havebeen
numerous, none have appeared having relation to the
system of purchasing slaves on the African Coast,
written by one -who bas witnessed It In all Its hidooue
deformity. The work I. written In chaste and pure
lilt 1LM1JU7P. nnrl will Kn , . . .. .
diliontotho Familj-librar;. " " ,n,ru"wa a
I he work will form a beautiful octavo volumo of 400
'7' ""awmcij iiiustraiea wttn Hue engravings, and
elegantly bound in cloth. Price, In doUi, one dollar,
i pnper, 75 conte, at which rates copies will bo sent by
tho publishers to any part of the country, free of post-
ICpFor sale wholesale a nd retail by the pnbtishors.
ELLSWORTH & STREET.
i ,, .". Bwsuit Strut, Nbh- York.
R.:,t .5iS 1 ,.t,11 """Itsollera throughout the United
Slntes nnd British Provinces. i .
DOCT. II. TIIBBS,
' Will be In atteiidnncA .t hi. -Anm. ..u
,in!!n'ia"r.Pr!n'lf .?"?' wncdayand Thurs-
' - - "" rem ana lutn Oct.
Akron CobU's Exchange, Tuesday 17Ui, October. '
V iitren-Gaskill Honse, Monday, 23d of October.
2lS and di;rseptRU Huu". Thursday aad Friday
Those afflieted with Chronic diseases or the Liver,
Lung!, Kidneys or Spleen, Inflammations, Kheuma
tisin, Asthiua,Bhortness of Brcathordimenlly of breath
ing, Dyspepsia, dropsy. Weakness np K.ni,. hi...
bilities, Rcstlossness, Loss of appetite Constipation.
1w!!??Bl?nt?,J hes'-. Bilious Aflbctios,Grav
fnVltod to call! I11"8"'0" "'8t-llng aiseasis, are
No Chabob vor CoKsi'l.TiTio!I)r. T.. noltha.
, . nor b,ll9'ur8! .nr is he a Hoinwpathlst; heliever
... . .Zlt V ' "NMiuuny, or any other mineral
usainedlcal agont;nor is he a Thompson Ian, lie neither
steamforgives emetics. His theory of diseases differs
from all others thnt have been adopted, bnt not more
so than his system of treatment. He doos not make
, ""ke well, nor tear down to build up again, nor
allay any nervous irritation, by patching up with ano-
Putients should mark well the dates given above.
Our entire tlmo being pro-engaged attendance must
accord strictly with published announcements.
An unbinscd opinion as to the probability of a cure
is always given. Subjecting the patient to no expense
without a reasonable prospect or success. .
Many onqtilrerr being made concerning this formid
able disease, we select lor the present report a letter
from aim old and well known citizen of Portoga coun
ty, Ohio. It was written In December 1850.
In a few instances since remedies have been tempo
rarily resorted to, by which he has not only retained
comfortable health and powers ofendurnnce. but thug
far escaped allfurtlierattacksof Paralysis: . . -
Dr. Trans: Having employed your treatment for
some time, I send .Cou the result, which yoa are at
liberie' to publish for tho benefit or others. 1 was taken
a shock of Purnlysis in February, 1848- It only affect
ed my arm and voice at first, but the pain in my arm
which followed the shock become more severe, and ex
tended over mv svstem. Aftar tha .w.i, i .... ..m
.able to walk, but bad little strength; and my limb were
" auviseu wuu several physicians,
some recommended calomel, but was not relieved
My general health was very poor when I applied to you.
in January, and though yov gave me very littlo oncour
agement at the tlmo, I obtained medicine and -o-T
wo .n!r; V" 11,0 flrM tw weak 1 felt ghtly
Lah ' ?orlh,a,t' lmP'0Tmc'twmmencd..end has
continued until 1 am able to labor most of the lmo. I
now fuel like a now man. G.CHASE.
Rootstown, Dm.;.8S0. .. ;,, ',. , . t1
. . Stoves for the People!
T S. CLUTE, wonld say to the peopie df
Kavenna and vicinity, that he continue- to carry
on the Copper, Tiu and Sheet Iron business in all Its
branches, and will furnish as good ware as any other
atleiiUon to tlie iimuufactnrliigand pirttingiinofEave
Troughs, and w M do all work In that line as chcan and I
, . . r iMmp coo. no wui pay cinecml
"iouuo '- Miicr iiian any or the oce hoon Tlo
f of II
All wares mad and sold at thla .thik1imAnt m
be of the very best materials, and dona in the most
workmanlike manner ano warranted. He Intend to
keen on hand a general assortment of 8TOVE8 and
nwLi,u w vranfi,
of the verv latest snd heat hnttnm.
and at prtrea that defy competitloo . Old Copper, Brass,
Pewter, Rags, and most kinds of country produce to.
celvedin payment.: Ropairiug of all kiedrdone on
short notice. ' . -..., . . . . . i.
His shop is on the south side of Main at., jnsl across
from the Phemix Block, Ravenna, Ohio, lost call In
and saliify yourself, genUeuiea as to the onallty of
Work and price. . : v . JOHN S. CLUTE.
. Ravcnns, Sept, 11,154. , H4-tf -
;rtTn- Prolat? Notice. -;y;";. .
M OTICE is hereby given to all persons in-
on .ffd'.t,,at the E"ecntr-ndAdmlnlstratora
on the following estate, have presented to the Coart
nVtV. .ilWr U,?'"'1!F ' Pottages In tie- State of
-i. 'j """vemi aemeraeni account, which are
E.T? tX'S? ""J "J" of U,e 'BdK8 f Court
and continued for the Inspection- and exception of all
Rlioda J. Law Estate, final aenant.!'-'w,'''r''-i'
Ben), Fritche " - .- do do i .', -. i
B. 8. Treasten ' Partial do -' V , 's
'. David Juggers .'.. ' do ..":.'
J. London ..,! j.fr -i. m.,5 i do ji '-'.'!
O.C: Dickinson" " ia r- ' " ' 'i
, Huldah Foots " 1 . do. ; ,
: K.C. Sean C'dUa tb J. Mmeer d
B. H. Jon eg to J. O. Jones al to "
, M Morton te M A Morton alsdo ..' " m -:.
.Attetfe LUTHER L. BROWN, Probata Judro.
. Kavenna, Oct M, 1854.-W-3tv iXiu?, 7
istlng between the mbsorlber. wa diisotvad hv
mjtnaleoBsenl,ntb7thdayof Angntt, I84.
Dunmaa oi we eanpajiy, will be settled by either
. . . , , June 8, 185.
arooio aiial or avmrea ooon at m
. M SB.LLHVIU.K CHKAr STXiKK.
4 V. HOUR It Co.,hae this dsy torn.
XL . bh4 raM4vtag theU nwtl taTiM-o aM.
ner goo4s. amour iraica Ka ihai a i-
f Ctrp, UoRMta, KanaMt RIMmmm, Maauitu Vla4t
a wivm, plain ntmn r in i, atara aa4 asiaiaS
Brocade do) kg and ahon black Mitw, Maaa aUk
fluwr.. wall Papa-, window Bl4e 4.oT
And In addlUoo lo lb abot lad, ara martM Tinia
ad goto Uka laa aaoniiac daw. ttatt aadjadm lot
"DON NETS Ladies yoo will sire
JJ bt ealllnr at Qm ghalmrllla T.kAAi. tm. aaa
Uf aaew Jtoaaet.. A sreal Tsirteb tasllHiwd, aad taa
BewajtaiTl-a aelllng aa-ap. a. y. HuKJt at Co.
Hinga aad floger
cTiatna; Watcoaa, BUvr
t Him Gold Ptna- aad
bla aad tea stMMattTwTlAiirtdaa; a rrMk haat
raceivad and aelllng very ahoap, A. V. HOMMaCaT
T ADIE'S HOISER Y-Ladie. White ftotw
JJ filing at 6i eenfe) par fair, at Cha 'EhaltnvUta
vtUtstp 6tOfa - - . . i . -; v
KEEP COOL-d.OOO Faoa uat r(i-w4
and aalliag aU aaaat a p Isaac alas aasaa-alaa aaam
A. T. Uoaaai
f.iI'iT oWliB'awear, We eatl taa5 '
TflrV arnaaa 1 1 aaai il aka a . m"
1 - A. V.HUXiaCt.
THAT Ticking at one shi ling .per yard
POD PISH, 4009 lbs of prima la Co4
V Hah, fast ree'd. ' A.Y.HoaCa.
' I 'UKb& cases Lawnn, the best that ea be
X 4baud far one shllliagp-r yard, fast rea4 bf
V. HOUR at V
LMFTY CENTS will buy at the SoaW
J. villa eheap Store, a batter Lawn Dreas. Balaam. '
tlmu tail ba had at any other JUtabilshineal; bat aoi-
A. . Uoaa,4t Ca,
SJILKS A large stock of Black, Sfroeade.
KJ slrlnci. 1 laid. Fonland Silks ri. a aa, -a
terodat 46d, mw Uyoar time toboy;a pfta hMkr-a'4.
A. v. Hoaa. a Co.
OA . DOZEN Sythea just receive, sad far
sale by A. V. ., Ca. ,
HORSE RAKES, for sale.
July 31854. ,y.
Hoaa s Co.
T INEN COATS Good one at
X-i lar each. A.V. AOK
WHITE FISH and Trout, by th barrel.
half bid, mid pound. y. BOIWta Oa.
(A I TETOuTTTS Three eaaea .t v
vJ ceived,a troodarttcUx aolUng at one dollar Mr
Vl',bT - ' A.V. Hoe. 4 Go.
Ij'OUR Cases Ticking, bestqnaritr, aejliaa
at la per yard, by i A.V. Hoia Co.
2000 YA,RS Carpeting just mehW
uyyu aud fur sale at a small advabee shimirissl
H A.V. HaajaaVCa.
CLOCKS We have just receitwi larM
assortment; call and see them. A.V. Hoaa 4) OaT
The RaVEKitA Hat Store is RekotbV TO
KO. 1, PIKEKIX BLOCK.
yOUX G MKN'S BTYLB of Hatt, t laek loaer hi
X Crown than the .tvie uh.llv idm .
Black Silk Velvet. Thnan Hut. n...r.d.i
dor my special direction. For sample call at air flora
or notice those msliton-able Hats, worn by faelM
young men, to bo seen at any time on Broadway.
- - jawkw a witt.
Ilutst, ipH, and Straw CoeMts,
roa Toi araina or 1854. . , v;
JAMES TWITT has Just returned from the East aad
is daily receiving fresh Spring Goods, ofaUstiyhje.
qualities and prices aU these good were eelectodVlS
care for home trade,and will be old at very low arlcaa.
Ravenna, April 6, 854v - J., Twitt.
IN PANT'S straw Caps; Alisao' FlaU: Infant'aSlraw
Hatsjjnfanf Flat. JaMEaTwcrr.
1JANAMA HATS Some extra flue Just ree'd trom
the 1-ac-tory. , , , ,' SaaaaTwtrr.
rpRIiMKNDOUS Big Stock of Children' Cap.
AU,UD.. . I...A.T.M
CTRA W Goods, will be opened In a few day.
ApriiB, Jami Twatr.
N9; 1' Silk Hats, manufactured by the celehraled
Hatters Genin and Loary . When you select Hat.
do not get ne that is a heavy Hat, one ease In two!
they are made of paste board. JAMES TWITT.
Gwl? Vork Halter, aold two hnadrad:
Wide Awake Hats, the first day they were intra.
ducedin Now York City. Twill ha any quantity 4
lliem at No. 4, Plwnix Block. Jahu Twitt.
' Iliirsi '2ii' I llnrlinnli
THE subscriber tulles pleasure in Milta?
that ho has now In hand, the largest and mosteom
pleto stock Hardware ever offered In Vortace ceaatyt
comprising a full assortment of all article naufiv
kept In a Hardware Store, and those of the bestqualt
tyand manufacture, which will be sold eheap for read
Py, Aug. il8 '54' - at E. T. RicnxKBaoa'. '
A LARGE and general assortment of Naile
Glass und House Trimmings of every variety, at
. E.T. RicBAaaaaa'a.
IRON of every kind and size; Cast, Cor
man and Spring Steel, Steel Brings Axoto
boxes, cast and wrought Iron Anvils, solid box. Ttoes.
Sledges, wrought Sun and Washer. Hone shoe ItaJte
andAailrodsat ' - E.T. Ricaaaaaeat.
PARMER'S can now find at the Haxdwaro
X Store, Corn Shelle's, Hay and Straw Cation, t
tlie most approved kinds, cheap as can be pOMhasedal
ho Factory, Hay Knives, Shovels, Spades, Craw Ban.
Piaks, llultocks and Chains of avery deaeriptroa. at
, T. Kic.oee
MULEY and Sash, Mill Saws, Cross-Cttt,
Tennor and Clrcnlar 8aw, of all stun Hand.
Kip and Baok Saws, of tho very best quality aad !.
PHAIN and Cast Iron Pumps, 3-8, h-i, t-4
Tin. KiviU. A. T : ' -"-v, ., aw
J 1 ana Ii 111 Lead nine. Kl.wt Kin. c I. n
' ' -oi i. mi
RIFLE Barrels and Trimiairs, SH Ca
and Revolver., E. T. ci7
CARRIAGE and Harness Trimm, Ptv
i dC,'t HuU Baud iui- Fuu Leather, cous lastly a
( ARPENTERS, JOINERS, Coopers and
klnns of Meehanlc's Tools, and those of the aeal
ritiality; Cutlery of every descrfpllon, enrtafa Baadt
and fixtures, Pauil Mills, new style; Bosh ScTM.aad
In fact most every kind or goods utuaHy round 1a
Hardware More, but too numerous to mention here, to
Which 1 most respectfully Invite the attention of the '
public. No. 8, Pateulx. Biock, lUvenna, Ohio.
August a-. 1W4. ; ET Ricaiaaaara
Groan no More.
ARE you afflicted wWpain In Uie Head,
.Eyes, Lungs, Breast, tr Bowela, or with Lame
ness in the Hub, get a bottle of Boat Oermaa
ment, so ft thoroughly and aa curod. IflbJa ala.
m-nt should not ; give aatlsfhction, after tooroagk ap
plicatlon, Uie bottle may be returned to the imt
the money refunded. - ; ... ..... T. .
Agents: I. Swift. TAnr Tii- V.l VBi.-U-a -. A
oW bdflncr A(tei inarh townli,. M - iA
: 1 Kavenna Summit Mills. ,
THJ undersigned have nurfchasedof Meeat'
ri Whlttleanv thia AkA.A .li w.a. um. ; .
pared at all times to nay the highest market vrtaaWar- -nata
a..1?v.,"'m,K,,'0"' ' tlW'ai-'oa t
pied by 6. Day, opposite the Phomix Block, waera aaav
Sua'l??ilame FL0UK b "" if -S'
FISir.LJMK.Sfe. GEO. BUBtJv
, tavenna, Apri) 3, 1R54. t ,,. ,w T
Indiana Money Want-:
W E Will take all Indiana money with
iVill take all Indiana on
two excoptlons, at par for i
' ' or two- excontlons, at par for roods, an on
Paawn-a, Ha, di Co,
Ravenna, Bept.'4, 1S54
NOTICE R. A. Baird -having formed
co-partaershlp with T. Dewey of Franklin, wll.
continue business a henre, at the old stand in Allan a.
Blok, under the nam-s and Arm of K. A Baird 4k OaZ
DISSOLUTION'The co-partnership here
tolbre Existing between tha aaleriter, In the,
mercantile bussiness, la Palmyra, Portage, aaantyw '
Ohio, is this day dissolved by mutual eonacst.
u.. iwuii, a. -... I . f f .
FalniyraAugustS, 1144.- '
V U.ll. II... .i U . I .. .1
jno ousiaessoTina oiu nruv will attoaitodn bv Bk.
A...., . .1. .. .. 1 J .... 1 .. . l' ' -
, a, E. wuiSo'i(v
iu r. n iiit.
mricfpit. a, -MimTON.'wouid in
i.Y form bis friends end the nubile. Umt k h. ai
40U-3W .. . ; ,. ,; .a
hi office, to hi. Dwelling House, on Mala St.. nearly
opposite thu Town Hall.lu ttvn.
10, 54, , ; . . . -.i.-a7T1rf"
Q MOKElTllAMS,. do . Shouido,
JO aide Pork. for sale lit
"IT, w; SkvMot'a',
CUTLERY of every descoiption kept con
tanUy on hand. at vif tr a K- T. lltoaaaBMi, -
i r - STEAM! STEAM! '
WB are manufacturing flteataen for the parpoee of
heating Milk Wash water, an'. Tarisaa olr mtmm '
tot wtdch they are to convenient. - ..
i!Tri!3' '. .... i re,ii n a.aiAr
J-Jki.st 4 JUwoa,