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Freel fee Yank Nottoae.
Jenaiha Sr"adc;le Addresa
!-' ,e Fourth of J1t.
... v . I..:.,. i,,t
et uv great ; whu w is "
our re id en as extract from speech delir
wji 'tre(j , recent Fourth of July, by Jona-
. x ,than Spreaueaj le, Esq., ai epublte celebra-
i.KV"(roa IB liupwriwn m ....-r.-.
tAntenJs. when the populatioa ahall amount
'T-'f 1 to ten thousand, equirlng aa increase. - of
pnly nine thousand nine hundred upon lU
ITtJZ present numbers to apply for city charter.
, But wt will not longer detain our reader
'from the feaat that awa'ta them :
" ; - "Feller citisena t Long ago when nought
V-tMitthe eavag howla of the cantankerous
3 t3 ilnjen, the red men of the forest, waa heard
t.ipoB these far extending prairies, and the
panther- crouched on tbe grass, when, in
fc li-lila' fertile district where now you msy see
""""'''fields moTing with potatoe-tops and all kinda
T1Z: '.Z of rdea sarce, there wu no living crea-
mjk; tore, aarethe rattle-snake, who would sit
under his own vine and fig-tree with no one
)ZJ lio molest him or make him afraid then it
was, feller citizens, on the fourth of July,
179a that tne great uenerai yt aaningwu
tV the Pilgrim Fathers, flying from the oppres-
r' eion of Queen Elizabeth, got on board a
fcO attack whaler, and after a tenipestous jour--.'jL-ney
of uncommon duration, landed on the
fl-i " glorious summit of Bunker Hill. Then,
.feller citizens, was the days that tried men's
taJsomIs. On the rey spot where General
,ct4j Wiahlngton first stepped hia foot, they have
''i t erected a monument that lojks far over land
jin i nd sea to show, what a great debt of grati
. .a30 ar0 due to them pioneers of our coun-
hna "Feller citizens, ages have rolled away.
Let lie look at the other side of the picter.
Potatoe patches have taken the place oi for-
-eets, and whig-warns have given place to
",'13L 'school houses and taverns. Despotic Eu
rope never saw such a sight as this. When
. tin tmmanan mVuA
5n VLtAit aurrouud me as far as I can see'
i '"about one hundred persons all told) "my
heart Is filled with the most thrilling hopea
for the future welfare and posterity of our
country. . Perhaps one or you teller cm
tsens, may hereafter become the mighty
i5hief of this mighty people." (Immense
JZ'. Feller citizens, this is an all-great coun-
5' try; and mark my words, before that little
1 red-haired feller shall have reached the age
14 of: futurity, it will be.twice as big as it is
1 now. Canada, Mexico and the Archipela-
, go are bound to be ourn. It's destiny, fel-
,'. ler citizens, and. as the poet says, who
aHari fight against destiny! Let me con
elude, feller citizens, by the following
' General Washington and the Pilgrim
l Fathers. First in war, first in peace, and
."first to land in our glorious country."
(,.'. : mm
. , ' IWaxim for a Young Man.
" Never be idle. If your hands cannot be
usefully employed, attend to the cultivation
' - of your mind.
c - Always speak the truth.
- Keep good company or none.
v Make few promises.
.. Live up to your engagements.
7 f Have no veiy intimate friends.
Keep your own secrets, if you have any.
-: ' When you speak to a person, look him in
. the face.
.Good company and good conversation are
' ' ,the very sinews of virtue.
Good character is above all thinga else.
."' ' . Never listen to loose or idle conversation.
:V You had better be poisoned in your blood
than' your principles.
Your character cannot be essentially in-;-.
jured except by your own acts.
.,. If any one speaks evil of you, let your
t! life be so virtuous that none will believe
l;" Drink no intoxicating liquors,
Ever live, misfortunes excepted, within
.-j your income,
n ' When you retire to bed, think over what
you have done during the day.
!!. Hever speak lightly of religion.
ft Make no haste to be rich, if you would
'Small and steady gains give competency
with tranquillity of mind.
.! -".Never play at any kind of game.
, Avoid temptation through fear that you may
not withstand it.
i-v. Earn your money before you spend it.
Never run in debt, unless you see a way to
get out again.
,'kNever borrow if you can possibly avoid it.
JpBe just before you are generous.
mo Keep yourself innocent, if you would be
i 't.Save when you are young, to spend when
J'Never think that which you do for relig
' 'ion is time or money misspent.
Head some portion of the Bible every day.
jAlrtcboTE.- A farmer lately died without
a will, leaving a large property to five sons.
Tie eldest of these, "whose mind proud sci
ence ne'er had taught to soar," was told by
iend that devolved on him to represent
the facts to the Probate Court of his county,
in the following manner, viz:
liai jiie father lately died intestate, leav
ing five' sons, 'of whom he was the eldest,
and that he wanted to obtain a letter of ad
rfjnlstration, so as to divide the estate,
equally ajnongst them before it could suf-
ie tiBss.: ;
Being very much inflated with the idea of
what aw important position he waa about to
' occopy; be hastened to the proper place, and
adiltfipsing the Court, thus delivered him
Atybn the Judge of Reprobates!"
ft am the Judge of Probae," waa the
' Hav yoU' any business with the Court,
mf'fne'ndr. i : t . V'V
father guess t have. My father lately
died detested leaving five heretics, of whom
. I am chief ; I wish to take out a letter of con
demnation, ao a to dissipate the estate a
OpA despatch from New Orleans, dated
4th !.,' lays quite a panic had existed for
a few'Jni amprg thff flouridealors, and that
price.a lad, come down fully one dollar and a
qgarrerr , ; j v ll'l 4
. .... a P. BROWN.
Wlli b Si4 nl MrOMraanoBaMMiit, U nom
DARIUS LYMAN, j
AttofMratLaw, R , fortmf Comntj, Oho
OBc t ibwMi 4 ml Pbouii Block, rw IM
Stan of Rawell, Wltwr C-o.
i. I. Uinr : - " rATLOM.
' RANNEY & TAYLOR, ' .
Atton.7i Dd Co.DMllor. ! ?i,eJ
CkanMry. OIBrlii (wtiiio" BIk.
t.T.KBC. fl. W.JEPrHES.
BIERCE & JEFFRIES,
Attornlet lw. Offlela thaEMteDdoftbaPhaoli
Blocli. p ulrt.
. SAMUEL STRAWDER.
AUomor RsTcnaa, Ohio. Offlo sttba Ormnd
Jury Boom,ttb Court Hoo.
Atlanta? at Law, and Notarv Public Office I ' the
Win Houas, KaTenna,.mo. t
A. BIEBCE.l T. B. COBABT.
BIERCE & CONANT,
Attomajra at Law. Offleo So. 3, Pbotnl Blooa Ba-
A. H. TIDBALL,
PBTnrua and Soaoaow; oBlce at the itand fonaerlr
ocrapled by Dr. Webb. Freedom, Portage Co.. O.
H. PRATT, M. D., ,
PhT1cln and Siirfreon. Offlca In F. W. Boymonr'i
b'uildlni on tba public aquare, nearly oppoaile Uia
Court Houae, Rureima, Ohio.
DOCTOR W. CLARK,
Haa remored to Franklin Mills. Kealdenra on the
corner, a few door BouLn or tne jspucopai Lauren.
March 18, 1853.
M. RICE, M. D,
Eclectic Physician and Sunreon. Palmyra, Portage
county, onto. Mercury, Antimony ana oiuuu
ttnf are regarded a Injurious.
J. SMITH, M. D.,
Physician and Hargenn, Palmyra. Portage fonnty.
ISAAC COWLES, M. D,
Phynlclan and Surgeon, Palmyra, Portage county, 0.
Omce at uls lirug store.
E. Z. BKOWK.I IF. W. BFAXB.
BROWN & SPARR.
Manufacturers and Dealers In Pine Window Sash and
Blinds, a rw rods directly north or ruoeiiix uioci
near Parmele Mill. Ravenna, O.
J. B. WILLIAMS, P. H. BABCOCK, H. HURD.JB.
WILLIAMS, BABCOCK & HURD.
Wholesale Dealers in nil kinds of Groceries, Foreign
and Domestic Lienors and Wines, Fancy Goods,
Tovs, etc. Also Manufactures of the best quality
of fcoiifoctlonaries, No 83 Superior St., Clereland.O.
" H. L. DA Y,
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, on the Public
Square, Rarenna, Ohio.
ROWELLTWiTTER & CO,,
Dealers In Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Crockery,
Hardware, uoots ana suocs, etc., at toe oiu sianu oi t.
Day, Ravenna, O.
PRENTISS, HOPKINS &. CO.,
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Crockery,
Hardware, otc, westsiue oi sue ruouc oquure, na
F. W. SEYMOUR,
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Ready Made
Clothing. Hardware, ccc, north side of Public
Square, Ravenna, O.
H. W. SMITH & CO.,
Wholesale and RetaB dealers In Groceries and Provi
sions, in Collins House Block. Ravenna, Ohio.
A. V. HORR,
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Crockery,
Hardware, Ac., Shalersvillo, Portage county Ohio.
Dealer in Drugs and Medicines, together with Flour,
Salt,etc, in Seymour's Block, Ravenna. Ohio.
Dealer in Drugs and Medicines, north side of Public
Square, Rarenna, Ohio.
Watch Maker, Jeweler, and dealer in Clocks, Watch
es, Jewelry and Musical Instruments; No. 3, Phoe
nix Block, Ravenna, Ohio.
Dealer in Fore'gn and Domestic Hardware, Sad
dlery, arc. f razors uiock opposite tue Ban a, main
St., 'Rarenna, O.
AND GENERAL STAGE OFFICE,
By WILLIAM M. FOLGER, Rarenna, Portage Co.,0.
ByJOHS D.SNYDKR, Immediately Wast of the Court
rinuse, canton, unio.
Denier In Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Iron, Steel
Kails, Olass, c, Ao. 8, fbwnix mock, Knvenna,
MANUFACTURER of Boots and Shoes, of all kinds,
two doors south of the Court House, in the shop for
merly occupied by Andrew McBrido, Ravenna.
E. H. WAIT, M. D. D. 8. HALL, M. D.
WAIT Sl hall,
Physicians and Surgeons, Rarenna, Cbio. Office at
the residence of Dr. Wait, Main St.
J. HAYES, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon, office second door East ef Es
ty's hxchauge, Shalersville, Ohio.
D. M. SOMMERVILLE. E. B. REEVES.
SOMMERVILLE & REEVES
Merchant Tailors Nearly opposite the Bank, Raven
na Ohio. August 7th, 1834. .
COLLINS, BELDING PRENTICE.
Physicians and Surgeons. Office in the Phornix Block,
over Rowell, Witter & Co., Store, Ravenna, Ohio.
GEO. BITEL & CO.,
PROPRIETORS Ravenna Summit Jlills,
and Dealers in Produce, Salt, Plaster, Flour,
I eed, etc., nt the roomslately occupied by 8. Day, op
posite the Phceuix Block, Ruveuna, Ohio.
W. CAI.NE, M. D. J. X. MORTON, M, D.
DR. CAINE informs his friends and pa
ttrons, that his rapidly increasing practice has
rendered it necessary to take a partner, to be enabled
to attend to thoir calls at all tunes anu to proviue
Homeopathic treatment at any emergency.
Dr. C. haa therefor, associated wiUi him J. K. Mor
ton, M . D., graduate of the Western College of Home
opathy. All calls made at their new office, No. 9, Pho?nix
Block, over H. L. Day's now Store, will ruceive im
Rarenna, April 10, 1854. . 3S!)-tf
Drs. Caine & Morton have appointed the Saturday
of each week, as office day, between 10 o'clo- k A. M.
and 4 o'clock P. M., to proscribe for Chronic cases and
persons from a distance.
Win. It. Johnson,
QURGICAL AND MECHAN-
ICAL DENTIST will perform all op
eratlons connected with profession in the
most approved style of Modern Dentistry. Teeth from
one to full sets inserted, single or in blocks, in a man
ner that will avoid that unnatural appearance too
common in Dental Substitutes. Mr. J., Intends ma
king Ravenna his permanent residence, and euaran-
tee satisfaction to all those who may favor him with
their patronage. Office over F. W. Seymour's Store.
KirriRENcs that may be consulted by letter or oth
erwise, Dr. K. Sheldon, Troy, Geauga counnty; Drs.
Harlow Cams, and Vincent, n. luylnr and u. I .
Blnkeslee, Chagrin Falls; Rov. D. H. Miller, Chester.
Kivenna May 1, It4. 4o3-
THE subscriber begs leave to inform his
friends and customers that he has removed to No.
3, Phoenix Block, where be will be most happy to have
them call and examine his new and well selected stock
of SPBJVO AND SUMMER CLOTHING Just ar
riving anu allien ror style anaanraoiiiiy win compare
with that of any house West of the Alleghany Moun
I would call particular attention to the great va
riety of Cloth and Casairnere Coats of all colors and
textures; Black and Fancy Casslmere Pants, moun
tains of Satin and Maraailes Vesta. Furnishing Goods
in endless variety, Trunks, valalos, Carpet Bags, etc.,
etc., all of which will be sold a shade lower than the
lowest. Remember tbe pluee, o. 3, Phfcnlx Block.
Ravenna, May 1, 1854. .
MATTHEW'S Daguerien Rooms, at Sey
mour's Block, on Main St. The rooms are
large and pleaaant, and the arrangement of light, for
taking good, clear and flno likenesses, in the most care
ful manner, cannot be excelled. No other rooms shall
produce liner specimens of the art than at mine.
Every variety, style and flnisbof Cases for Miniatures
on hand. . - - -
Pirsona wishing to send their likenesses to their
friends by mail, can find cases expre.uly for the pur
pose. WM. B..HATTHRWH. ..
Ravenna, August 22, '54. - 47-tf "
T Witt's Fall Style Silk Hats
AT No. 4 Phoenix Block. Gentlemen of
taste will call at Twitt'a Hat Store and get a Fash
ionable Hat. 'Remember" I keep all Hats which I
sell in repairwithout extraeharge..
Kaveona, oopt. s,4.j. ,. . jajsiib j win.
OLD Men's style of Hats, wide brimed,Just the thing
for old Gentlemen. Jamks Twin.
ECOND Arrival of Straw goods, this Slat flay of
VJ Twltt's Hat Store. . -,
WIDE AWAKE. -
NEW Style of Hats all Fur.
elgning It ounces.
il Juneiu. '4
I PANAMAS eleaiied and repaired- All Panama Hat
. purchased at Twill's last Summer, will bo elean-
d this J)er4it('WHhoinT extra charge.
T OOKING-Glasses all sizes jWt received
l adlc cava)
New tiosdi in AkvndaBce,
AND BARGAINS FOR THE MILLION.
nEAREwe are surrounded with every
ag kMratlfW to behold; everything to pleas Um
ar gratify Um tutea. In archug oar gooda we
Kara endeavored to select sacjionly aaar durable ad
will boar eramlnaUo. we consider too tnteresU of our
easterner aad oar own a Identical.
bracing Plaid Silk Lawns, Barego, DeLaia)a,hallvya,
Silk Poplias of aa entire ew stjle, plain and aeal
style of fabric, akw very elaborate stvles.
' f.L BOSTW ICst CO.
: Xavrana, April 17, 64. -- - t
;; Crotkery. .., , . ,- .
E wish particularly to call attention to
nnraniirelv aew assortiaeatofCrackery.Ulanr
.kanfnow allies of fancv and cornmoa War. Over
0 Dining Tea sets, the follow lag Ut will giv some of
the varieties: . ' ,
Dining and Tea aeU af Luster Band Ware; do do
Lester opig do; do do Mulbury Marbles do; do do
bite Granite do; do do Flowery Milbury; 1 Tea sets
French China. 25,00; 8 Tea sets do do 15,00: i do
English do 8,UI-, 1 Tea set English do 87,00; Ewer
n.V Hasina, eovered Dishes. Teapot, Sugars, Cream
ers, Pitchers, Bowl, all sixes of Plat, Sane Dish
es, graver Boots, pickle Dishes, Pi plates, Kanpiea,
riattera, o.. , .
LASS WARE A splendid assortment
of Glassware; . Tumbler Irons of nu to J. t;
Sauce Dishes, cake Stands low and fooled; footed
sauc dishes from 50oents to til, Caudle-sticks, Lamps;
Salt, Pepper and Mustard Pota. die.
Those who wish any thing la tbe Crockery and Glass
Ware ine, that i usefuland ornamental can And it at
the store of, , .. J. H. BoaTwicx i Co.
OARPETING We have for sale some ten
or twelve piece of Carpeting from 25 oenta to Il
ia these days of progression It Is rare thing to see
bare floors, mncn htbor la saved by baring Boors ear
peted, beside being more comfortable and orna
mental. None should fail to hare a Carpet, and the
place to buy is at the store of J. H. Bosrwica dt Co.
PRICES REDUCED, TAKE NOTICE!
X After tills day, June 10th, we will sell Barege
DeLaina at city price, such a hare been selling at 16
eta, can bs bought for 124, 25 cts for SO, and oUier pri
ces reduced In proportion. It shere any who will not
take advantage of such.bargains.
TAERE is an old saying "might as well be
outottha world as out of the fashion," whethen
will presume to be seen without the latest style of Col
lars, Undersleeri s, Under H'dkfs, c. Just look in
the show window of J. H. Boslwick dt Co., and see
they are to be found.
PRINTS worth 12 cents selling for 10;
. now is the time fbr those who want fast colored
Prints for 10 cents: we will Dositivelr sell such prints
aa cost 91 to 10 4, and for one dime per yard, come and
see and be eonviuced.
PLEASE take notice that Muntillag are to
b worn this Summer, thoy are without doubt tbe
tilings, plain and tgu'd Silks will be wanted, this is
the place to And them and the fringes to watch exactly
also Rosette Tassels, no Mantilla i finished without
TO lovers of Black Tea. This is the place
to get a line Quality of Black Tea, w have the real
Chulun Powchong Fouti, a Toarthut is seldom brought
to Ibis market, It has a peculiar rich flavor not to be
ound in any other kiud. Give it a trial.
JOHN n. lOSTWICS OI uo.
BLACK SILKS Ah! this is the place for
barguina In that line no one who reads Hits adver
tisement, should fail to lookat our silks, and moreorer
to purchase, for we can conscientiously say they are
the cheapest in tow n . i ry us.
MOURNING LAWNS, Tissues, with
Satin Stripes, Barege DuLaines. and a great varie
ty of other ueslmolo mourning grooa, mourning i oi
lurs, I'lidecsleeres, Cheiutsetl aai Handkerchiefs,
Ribbons, Bonnets, &c.
BONNETS AT COST We will actual
ly sell what Bonnets we hare on hand at cost.
Those who have not purchased yet, will And the best
bargains at J. H. Bustwick & Co's.
PIANO COVERS A really beautiful
cloth finished Tiano cover, can be tound at the
Store of J. H. Bostwick dt Co.
BY the way whoever wants the most beau
tiful style of Crockery in Ohio, bad bettor come
soon, for it is going off amazing fast. Dou't forget the
Aue assortment of Glass Ware.
J. H. Bustwick If Co.
IL CLOTHS for halls, Rugs, Mats, &c,
Ut J. H. BOSTWICK CO.
BROAD CLOTHS, Cassimeres, Satin and
Fig'd Vestings, and every thing Imaginable for
gentlemen's wear. We can do it up brown, bluck,'or
any olbor color for you,
GREEN TEAS for 50 cents, the very best
Uiut Rarenna can produce at
JOHN n . DoirrwiuKVLv.
HL. DAY takes pleasure in saying to
.his friends and customers and the public gener
ally, that lie has remored to his new Store,
NO. 'J, fHCENIX BLOCK,
where he willba hannr to wait on them to any thing
in the line of Fancy and Stapel Dry Goods; and. us he
intends to devote his attention, almost exclusively to
the purchase and sale of Dry Goods, he is confident
lie will be enabled to present to the people of Parrots
countp a Stock of Qooit not turpafed ia evafity,
quantity or Price, by any Retail Dry Goods Establish
ment westorocw tora.
Ravenna, April 18, 1854.
Beady Made Clothing.
HL. DAY, has been receiving the last three weeks
the best stock of Heady-Made Clothing, erer
offered in tills town. Coats, Pants and Vests of erery
descristion, and all prices; also, fnrnisbing goods of all
kinds, stocks,; cravats, neck ties. Shirts, wrappers,
drawers, gloves, hose dec, all of will be sold cheap, for
ready pav; recollect No. 2, Phoenix Block,
June 12, 1854. ' '
BOOTS AND SHOES.
LADIES Fine Patent Fox'd Gaiters;do LsitlngTipld
do; do Hide Fox'd do; do Enamelled do; do
Bronzed do; do Buskins, Slips, walking Shoes, gaiters,
polkas, Children's shoes of every description,gentsflne
French calf Boots, do Congress Bootes, Boy's Boots
and Shoes all of which are at low Fgures, at No. 2,
Phwnix Block. H. L. DAY.
OAA Yards Tapestry and Brussels carpeting; 1000
L iVJ yards Two-Ply Ingrain do; 1000 yards superfine
Ingrain do; 1000 Cotton Wool and Hemp do; btaira do;
Oilcloth. Drug and Floor oloths: Mutts, c., just ree'd
and selling allow figures, at no., rnceinx hiock
H. L. DAY.
THK largest assoitment of Dress Goods ever of
fered in town, can be found st No 2, Phrcnix
uioeK. ti, jj. uai.
GREAT Variety of Crape, black Silk, cashmere,
. thibet Brocha Shawls, Just received at
H. L. Dav'
BONNETS AND RIBBONS.
A SPLENDID Assortment of Bonnu and Ribbons
can be found, at H. L. Dir's.
splendid article of Lace Capes, new patterns, Just
ree'dat No. 2, Phrcnix Block. H. L. DAY.
T."MBROIDEKRY'S. Lace and Muslin, Under
AJ Sleeves, do do Hdkfs., do do Collars, Jaconet and
Swiss Flouncings and Bands; do do Edgings and in
eriiugt; Just ree'd at H. L. DAY'S.
j DOZEN more of those large size white cotton
1U hose the best article for one shilling pair, ever
offered in this market, and they are going fast,
June ia '34 . at ni. uxi
LINEN Ginghams, 00 y'ds of those geod Linen,
Gingham usually sold for Isfid per y'd,canbehad
for Is, at H. L. DAY'S.
H CHEEKY 300 pr ladies White Cotton Hose,ths
best article for Is ever offered, can be found
H. L. DAY'S.
1 PRODUCE all kinds of produce, taken at the high
. est market price in exchange for goods, at
H. L. DAY'S.
riHEESE Strainers, a prime article for sale by the
QOFT 6traw Bonnets, a fuw more of those soft Straw
O Bonnets which hare Just been ree'd , at
H. L. Dr'i.
Hurrah for No. 1, heeuix Block.
T OWELL. WITTER & Co.. have been
-Li reoeivlng their Spring Goods for several weeks
past, and wun uie large arrival mis uny rrc u, are now
nreDared to nresent to the neoplo or Portage coun
ty, one of the largest and best assortments of Goods
thai can be found in northern Ohio. Their Store is tbe
largest on the Kflvervii. and well lifidlted.'SO tbutnersons
have every opportunity of examining and Judging of
tne cnaracter and quality oi tne gooua uiey purcuuse.
They will be happy to show their goods to all, whether
tney purchase or not. in regaru to prices uiey win
merely say that tney are to no undersold oy none.
TMNCY Dress Silks A larrre lot of check
JL ed, Striped snd ehangaable dress Silks, received
this day, and will be sold at a small advance irom
eost, at no wr w ittc or i.o.
D LACK Silks A large assortment of
JJ Back Dress Silk of erery quality and price, ree'd
this day and selling atrery low prices
May 8. .at Rowell, Wittsr,& Co
r HATCH la now recelrlnc auotber large supply
I 7. of fresh Druars. Medicines. Puints.and Oil direct
from New York, which be oners at nis usual tow terms
"A-GREAT variety of Paint, White wash, Varnish,
-1 , . V ...1 Ul. VtM.li.. nt H.Wul..
iV clothe and hair Brashes, nt
pHB largest assortment of fancy, Toilet and family
a boaps, ereronereu in itareniia. a, nvniiia.
ff the best brand and quality, constantly on hand,
V ror sale by the bbl. or gallon, at uimuiii
nm's Boot Shoe and Leather Store. 7 Tanner' wish'
ing to exchange Leather tor Oil, will tnd it lothelrin
terest to give us a call.
New Store '
HE subscriber would rispectfnlly give notice that
-I- be haa opened a Store. Conner. Tin and Sheet
Iron Store, at th oldstand of A. v. Horr, fit Bhalerct-
T ! UK- Winn n inuNiaatn CAHita sffstru iminmnDi
xi gooiis, appertaining to ni tine or ousiness.
: ShaWrsrilk, Jul 3, 154. I B. O. KA WSON. '
.. For ,ne spring Trade, ...
GROCERIES and Provisions at Whole
ml and Retail. Th Subscribers respectfully hi
vrt th aural of Mwrcbaat Ihroagboot Um county
of Portage, and Um trad gesMtaUy, to Shalr slock of
nRorKRlK8kntaoBsitlr oa band, and to which
idditioM ar daily asada. Oar stock eomprtee every
thing asuliy kpt la lroeery ua mnvws wnw
menu, which w are prepared to sell as tow aa y
hous ra Um oninty. Being working bob ourselves
we7 defy eompatilioB. .
Feeling grateful to oar friends for their liberal P,
tronage extended to as, we asaur them that ww caa
them greater todncMient Oil season, than before.
Tha foUewtag aotnprina a portion of oaf (took t ;'
corn ... (....
Rio sad Laguara, Cuba, and Old Gorcrnmeat Java.
11(11, OLAaSRSAHDSTBU T.
H. O. and P. R; Sugar; Giwnalated do; Powdered
d Crashed dot B. and C. Cofle do; Jobl reload
Loaf sugar, Kw Orlcau Molaa Cardenas dof
Greea 4k StuarU syrup;
) ' SPICKS. "
CIot nutmegs; Ginger; Mae; Bog Mustard;
Caa do; Pepper Sauc; Cassia; Ground Pepper, fipic
. ..v. 1:1 . F K tj 1 1 b; - ;
Boxes M K Raisins; Layer do; Cluster doj Seed,
lesa do: Boxes and Drum Fig I Alaoada: Brasll
Nuu; Filberts; English Walnuts; Pea A'uU; Coeoa
nult j uquoric; utirauii, mbihii anu uraugus. . v
Young Byson; Goapowder; Imperial; Old Hyson;
Black. . ... ; ' ' '
r 1 s h . .
Codflsh; Mtcnerel; Whlteftsli; Trout; Pickerel; No,
1 and Scaled Herring. - , ,
Kentucky Six Twist; Sweet Cavendish; Baltihiore
spun; a general assortment of foe cnt chewing; Tin
foil, flno cut t and 4 lb papers smoking; Warnlck &
Br)iii' can; Spanish, f Spanish and common Ci
gars; Snuff, at.
IOIF A B D CARDLKS.
Fancy Sharing Soap; Bar do. do; Burwell's chem.
wash, do, No. 1 Washing do; Adamantine do; White
bar do: Star Candles; Sperm do; SWaria do; Tallow
do. . . . ,
Linseed; Sperm: Lard: Sweet. - '
; SUDBIBS. "
Bed cords: Painted Pails: Tubs: British Lustre;
Copperas: Alum; Chalk; Rosin; Tar; Madder; Can-
dlewlck; rapping twine; cordage; indigo; rickles;
Sardines; Tapioca; Maccaroni; Kiee flour; Baaketa;
Whip Lashes; Cream Tartar; Sup. Carb. Soda; Sal
Soda; Tartaric Acid; whiting; Putty; Floor Sulphur;
Ottar; Saltpetre; Batting; Spruce Gum; Blacking;
Glassware: Stoneware; Paper: Ink: Brooms: Lime:
Matches; Powdor; Candies; Saleratus; Starch; English
split Pea; usage mange seed, ror Hedges; t oys; wai.
lets; SnuS Boxes; Steel Pens; Lead Pencils; Slates;
Slut Pencils; Mop Handles; Faucets, ceo.
Flour; Buckwheat do; Corn Meal ; Potatoes ; VIn.
egar; Beans; Dried Bool; rd; Hams; shoulders;
Pork; Fish; Butter;. Turnips; Peas; Corned Beef;
Cheese; Rice; Crackers; Pickles; Onions; Beets; Ton
cues: Maple Molasses; do. Sugar: Honey. &e. -
We shall keep our assortment fresh andfull through
out the season, and solicit an examination from any
one disposed to purchase.
N. B Cash naid for all kinds of eonntrV Produce.
ortaken in exchange for Good, at rates which will be
satisfactory. 11 w. Bail i n oc tu,
Rarenna, April 13th, Ie53
TR. A. A. Harris has associate
ed with bim In the practice of Den
listry. Dr. J. u. Willis, aud tbey have
fitted up rooms in tbe Phoenix Block, east end over
Richardson's Hardware Store, forthe purposeof carry
ing on the Dental business init various branches, and
to oner a generous puuiiu uie utoi luipruvviuvu, m
their profession. .
A. thev are nermnnently located in Rarenna, all those
wishing work doneby them can depend onhavingthelr
work done in a proper manner; sucn as wnuiu neiia
of Teeth, minor Setts, partial Setts, Teeth cleansed,
and All with Gold Foil, cryatalized Gold, Tin Foil,
Teeth extracted with the use of chloroform or without.
They hare a preparation for destroying the nerve of ach
ing tooths and will perform all other work ineident to
We intend to free ourselves from all Imposition
practice by pretenders. We will be governed In our
practice strictly by priuclple, and will not knowingly,
perform any operations wrong, no matter how strongly
solicited or what the inducement may be.
All operations performed on the toetb in our office,
will be warranted aud no person is required to take or
pay Tor work umoss perfect sausiacuon is given.
Raveena, March 14, 1654. 435-tf
105 Superior St., Cleveland.
BRANCH AT 'KARELIN MILLS, OHIO.
AT the earnest solicitations, of man of
tho citizens of Franklin, and vicinity; splendid
rooms are lilted up, al this place, for a Mercantile Col
lege. It is intended to make this Institution, emin
ently worthy of public patronage, as it will afford the
same facilities for Commercial Instruction, asat Cleve
land and elsewhere.
The same course ofinstrnction will be adopted here,
as taught at the main College, and the same Diploma
w ill be awarded.
The Branch will be nuder the superior superinten
dence of Chas. Peck, Jr., a skillful, practical account
ant; and familiar with the courso of Instruction, as
tunpht at nur hest Institutions.
The Principal of the Colloge, mny be expected, at
stilted times to give instructions, in i-enmansnip.
Terms for tho full course, time unlimited t25.
THE subscribers keep on hand and are
constantly receiving the largest and best assort
ment of Stores In this county; among which, are some
new patterns of Cook Stores not before introduced.
The Kingof Stove has a very large elevi.ted oven, ca
pable of baking six loaves at once, has six boiler
holes, Is perfect In all its operations, and Is decidedly
one of tho most splendid Stores in use. The United
States, baa also a very large elevated oven, the boiler
holes are so arranged, that a large brass kettle can be
used upon it, tbe bottom plate is of sufficient thick
ness to be proof against cracking, and is altogether
of the best Stoves In market. The Genesee Valley Is
a new and beautiful elevated oven Stove, of smaller
size than the others, and will rccoutond itself to those
wishing a cheap and convenient Cook Store.
We also keep most of the old patterns of Stores,
such as the Empire State, Bangup, Cobb's Elevated
Oven, Clinton Air-Tight, Western, True American,
and others, we have not time to mention.
Those wishing a good Stove will do well to give us a
call atourStove room, at the old stand formerly oc
cupied by C. Prentiss, one door west of the Prentiss
MOUSO. CBCKLBT Bf riAWBO.
Ravenna, Wne, 1, 1854.
Boot7siioc, and Leather Store.
THE SUBSCRIBERS take pleasure in
JL sa. Ing, that they have now on hand the largest,
best and most complete assortment of Boots, Shoe
and Gaiters ever offered in Portage county. Like
wise that they have remored to their New Store,
two doors east ofPhosnix Block, where they will at all
times be pleastd to wait upon their old customers and
friends, to any thing in the line of Ladies, Gents,
Boys, Youths, Misses and Children's Shoes, Boots or
Guitors, either ofhome or eastern manufacture. Also,
Oak and Hemlock Sole and upper Leather, French
and Ohio Calf and Kip Skins; Morocco, Lining and
Binding Skins, and almost everything In the line ol
Shoe makers Tools and Findings. All those In want
of any of the above mentioned articles would And It to
their advantage to examine our goods and prices before
We sell at small profits and mustbare prompt pay.
Rarenna, May 88, 1S54.
Pentium Flouring Mill.
THE Subscribers are still doing business
at the Rarenna Summit Mills, and also in Camp
bellsport, notwithstanding the reports pnt In circula
tion by the proprietor of Steam Mills and Water Mills
In this vicinity, that we have broke down, and were
not doing custom business, and as Is our custom, are
making flour that stands the test In every cate where
it is used. Our flour stand A. No. 1, wherever it is
known, and take the premium over til other Flour
made, whenever It Is on exhibition. Families can hare
flour (made especially for family use,) dellrered at
their dwellings, at the market price, for first quality.
Our Flour is made from the best article of Wheat, and
we make ao Flour from poor wheat, that we may be
enabled to sell cheaper than our neighbor. .' ...
All orderspromptly attended to.
WHITTLESEY A BROTHER.
Campbellsport, Nor. 88th, 1853.
P. S. Cob Corn, and all kinds of coarse Grain
ground on short notice. nov30tf. ;
ROBINSON, KING ot Co., have opened an Office
in the Democrat building, In Ravenna, and are
prepared to discount short paper, buy and sell Gold,
Sifter, and Eastern exchange . en liberal terms. In
terest paid on deposit and credited to depositors semi
annually, and on deposits left on specified time at such
rates as may be agreed 1 upon. . .
Collections mode and remitted promptly at usual
NOTICE is herebv given (hat the undersigned, has
been duty appointed County Inspector, under the
"act to prerent the adulteration Of Alcoholic Liquors,''
passed May 1, 1854, and is duly qugllfled and ready to
enter upon tbe dutie of hi office. Office erer Rowell,
Witter dt Co'., Store. A. BELDING; Inspector.
GEO. S0MEEVILLE. ; EFHBIAM B. BEEVES.
; NEW FIRM.;;; j :( :
THE subscribers have purchased the Mer
chantTailor's stock ofHomerrille dt Rodfleld, and
will continue the same business at their old stat'd near
ly opposite the Bank, and will be happy to wait on any
who may faror them with thoir custom, and pledge
themselves to be A No. 1.
Cutting done to order. - SosiiRViLLS 01 Rbbvc.
Ravenna, April 3, 1854.. 45B-tf
Sash aad Blinds..'-. .
THE subscribers keep constantly on hand
Window Hash ef nearly all sites manufactured in
the neatest and most substantial manner, and will
make to order Blinds on the shortest notice., They In
vite those In Want of those arliclesto call and examine
thoir manufactures before purchasing elsewhere.
Shan a few rods directly (forth of Unnlo Block .near
jParmobV Stram Mill, j '.- BBfMrV'W SPARK. ,
TRONING HATS withrVut extra charge
J. All tmtrpu. cnaaed aim nu.riMv (tat psora, wb
b kept In lepalr without extra charge; ' , , .
( Nw Drnjjl Hew Drag!!
DR. I, MWIFT has just received a' large
addition to hi toek Of hMdlcta, paints, oils,
rarnlaba, dyes, brushy parfaawy 4ke. AI1 prea
I la this Una ar invited
1 eall. . Jun 8, 1864.
1 fifin LBS. of pure white Jead, 300 do.
lUuliwdaash. 100 do no nlnk. 100 da brlUsh lus
tra 10 do Juniper berries, 50 do ealabria lieorie, SO
gross oort; jausetva y . 1. a win.
FLUID EXTRACT,' valerian,: blistering
Usm, ehtaotdia, Beldlid' powders, eod liver
oil, best quality; syrup. Iodide iron, Doaoran' solu-
Uosi, grroerlne, elatrtum, wood aapatba, piaertn.
aiaciMt 'HryciiBUM, rawnaaat asarpnine, liquid
Ucle, pare sulph iro, lodld polaao. chlorolbrm, kre
ot, tanlun, citric acid, cltraM potash, citrate Iron,
wedge-wood and po reel tan mortars, glass and wedge-
wood Funnel, taper, pi Ut electuary, aeeoustle oil.
Tamarinds, tapioca, corn starch, ground Bastard, Sage,
horehoood, aaraaparilla, Rue; aplkenard, peariasaui,
wormwood, die.; syringes, stethoscopes, truas, horse
phlems, spatulas, prescription Male, thermometer,
graduated measures, nursing tubes and bottles; for sale
as 1 1. twin .
HANDLED Flair Root, true snruea cum.
coated cardamons, perfumery extract, e
logae, lipatr, toilet soap, shaving cream and soap,
Bay mm, lareader waiar, rose water, hair tonics,
hair oils, hair dyes, spong a great variety, court
piasMr, cooaing extracts Lemon, Orange, Vanilla,
pre., ror i - jonesw, -o. ai lhwist,
EMERY'S Sand paper, Glue, Putty, Bath
brick: brazil wood fur bine, eochlneal. vralned Tin.
randyke brown, eoach and furnitar varnish, damar
rarniso, ame dryer, Jinan, dryer, gold leaf, Bronze,
AsohsltUr. bu ruins- fluid, ramnhene. lard oil. blue.
green, Brown and red smalt, caaary aad hemp aeeds,
starch and starch polish, ealt of lemon fbr removing
MinaDt ruiwn , nwIPT Si
BROWN'S Essence Jamacia Ginger, for
Summer eomplatrita, cbolagogu, GulsotU Yellow
dock, Notching Dyspepsia bitters, Hoofland' bitters
Jayne'a Fahneatocks, Seller dr. McLane'a vermifuge,
McAllaters & TraiV's Ointment, condition Powders,
Gargling Oil, nerve and bone Llneraent. For sale at
HARRISON'S and McAlisters, Hair Oil,
Amber Lustral for the hair, rose hair oil, Lyons
naiuiairon, 1 ncopnerous Kadwayt Bulin, rnaion's in
vigorator, ate., at
Jj'XTRA Paint and Varnish Brushes; Hat,
J Cloth and Shoe Brashes; graining, dusting and
crabbing Brushes; white wash and sash Brushes; a
urst rate assortment just received by I. swin,
f)NE Ton of dry Zinc Paint, No. 1; half
vs ton ground zinc paint, in S3 cent Kegn so 10s An
alto, a good article, Just ree'd, by I. SWIFT.
"PEVER and Ague Remedies, all kinds for
saie at bwizt s
PHROME Green, ground in Oil, 1 lb, 2
y lb, and 3 lb cans, Just received at Swirr's
PARIS Green, ground in Oil, lib and 4
J. 10 cans, just re'd at swift's.
WM. FRAZER is receiving his fall stock
of Hardware,eonsisting of House trimming, hand
and edge Toola, table and pocket Cutlery, Saddlery,
etc. rarticniarssoon. itarenna, uct. m least.
LASS LANTERNS Brass andJapaned
candie sticks trays and snuffers, at
T7RAMING CHISELS Firmer Chisels
X draw shares, at rasMa s.
POW CHAINS A new and desirable ar-
Vcle, also, Log and Dog chains, at kazbk'k.
MOLASSES GATES, Metallic and Wood
ILL fassets, at w r kazisk'h
COUNTER SCALES Steel yards and
spring balances, at FKAZER'S.
HOLLOW AUGURS Cast steel double
and single twist augurs, bitts, girabiets, and bra
WAIT A MOMENT Something more
coming in the shape of a self-heating smooth
ing Iron. With a handful or two of charcoal, a per
son can do the Ironing for an ordinary sized family, it
saves the Inconvenience of heutlng up a stove; the ex
penso oi fire wood, the necessity of working one half of
tho time with Irons either too hot or too cold, and the
rery unpleasant necessity of working In a sweltering
heat from a Store, as is generally the case where Irons
are heat in tbe old way, you hare only to try them to be
convinced. For aalo at Bbcklbt If FUwson's.
HOUSE KEEPER'S, TAKE NOTICE.
We are manufacturing a new article of tin Ba
ker, for Summer use; it ts portable, and can be set
out doors, with a quart or two of charcoal, it will do
an ordinary baking, and that too in a manner that is
hard to beut. Call and see them at
Bbcklbt At Riwsoa'i.
Farm for Sule.
HE Subscriber has an excellent
X farm for sale, 24 miles south-east of Raven
na- There are 140 acres, seventy acres on each
side of the road, one good farm House andBarn,
well watered on each side of the farm, a good water
privilege unoccupledatLockflon the canal.
Persons wishing to purchase, enquire at the Store of
J. H. Bostwick dt Co., or on the Farm.
Rav inna, March 18, 1854 456-tf Gbo. Bostwicb.
A LOT and small House with four
good rooms and a buttery, a good Cistern,
Barn and plenty of good Grafted During Fruit
Said lot I situated on Rycamour St., one lot south of
Main. For particularsenquire of R. R. Kinssbdrt.
Ravenna, March S8 ,1854. 467-tf
RAVENNA BOOK STORE.
THE largest assortment of Books and Sta
tionery ever offered to the citizen of Portage
county, will be found at the Rarenna Book Store, on
Main Street, opposite the Preutisa House.
BOOKS Sehool books of every kind used
in this section. Also standard works. Histories,
Poetry, Tales, misscellaneous works, Bibles, Hymn
Books, Juvenile Books, Primers, dec.
STATIONERY Every style and variety
arom tbe most common, to the most supurb,
WALL PAPER The largest and most
elegant stock of Wall Paper, all styles and pri
ces, with Border to match, ever offered In Portage
county. The stock is purchased of the manufactures,
and may be relied on for strength and durability.
FANCY GOODS A beautiful stock and
stock and extensive variety of Fancy Goods, Toys,
die., tor old and young.
PERFUMERY A large and elegant stock
of Harrison's choicest Perfumery ulwuys on hand.
CANDIES. A full assortment, warrantee'
to be made from the best materials.
SODA FOUNTAIN A Soda Fountbin
In superb order will be in constant play daring
tho hot days of Summer.
WILLOW WARE A good stock of Wil
low Ware constantly on hand, embracing Wag
ons, Chair, Basket, dte.
POWDER Coarse and fine Powder, best
quality, Shot, Caps, Pitts, etc.
"DIRD CAGES The best assortment of
U Bird Cages in tbe county; Bird Seed, Fish Bone,
Bathing Dishes, and all th"flxlns."
"DOOK BINDERY Book Binding in eve-
II rv varletv and style, done on short notice. The
Bindery haa on of Hiekok's Urst class Ruling Machines
. . i , - I .fn....l U.,l..lu .llli..!" AVUW ll.Alll.
eals bound, old books rebound and erery brancb of
the business attended to in tne nest manner,
TOB PRINTING of every description done
J in the most beautiful manner erer executed in the
stern country. A Power Press will soon be added to
tha Prlntinc establishment, snd with ail modern Im
provements in printing type, a splendid stock of Cards
and paper, all kinds of Job Printing, Cards, hand
bills, posters, Bill Heads, Blanks, Pamphlets, Books,
Ifc, will be done in style unsurpassed and to ontlre
For any of the great variety of wants to be supplied at
this extensive estaniiBuruent, uie ruuucare ruspec-uur
ly requested to call at the
1 . RAVENNA BOOK STORE',
May 8, 1854. opposite Hie Prentiss House, Main st. .'
NEW CABINET FURNITURE. ,
3 doors East of tbe Phoenix Block.
THE Subscriber having gone into the Fur
' nlture business ver extensirely, is prepared to
furnish his customers with Furniture of the latest and
beat Styles. : .? ' 1 ' " ' '.
Aa I hare on hand and am receiving daily from m
well known establishment of M. Demerest of Free
dom, largoassortment of rich and and common Fur
tiltn.n nf-AvArvriftacrlntlon. to numerous to particular'
ize, ali of which in style and workmanship U warrant
ed to-be equal to any in 101s maraei. , -: ,,
My futilities for manufacturing and buying BIS not
equalled by any other estnblliihmeat, consequently lam
selling to furniture dealei, and all other much cheap
er than cab be bought elsewhere.
Those who are furnishing House are particularly
Invited to call and examine for Uwnisetve, a the Fnr
nitnrewill recommend itself to all who are judges.
P. 6. I keep constantly on hand Dressed Flooring)
also, Sash, Blinds and Door of my own manufacture.
I am prepared to plane, tongue and groove Flooring
under 14 inches wide, of any thickness, at short notice,
' Rarenna, June 90, 1854. - I. V.TURNHAM.
' THE BEST PRINT,.
FIR 6'eents, and Gingham 12i cents to be seen In
Portage, ll now visible to the oak :d eye
.MayS. . , at . Passnas, Horxias & Ctt.
N. O; KUGAKut i-.x
Q H HfL, nice Sugar just agoing at $1 cent pr
t)) 'cent. . Pnaaiis. Hpme dt Co.
.. PLASTER' '" W
THE beM quality of now Whit PUsten, onslnn (ly on
. hand, and fqr sale thcap.by ., ,1 .; : Liui
..... ii ' ' " HaBTjs, BoraiBs A Co.,
WAKTH, Six r eight good tllore Girl; - 1 r
ni wu.- AUAvuns Mjnvon.-'
SPUING GOODS. T
New Ooods at Iteducetl Price.
Tt " W.' SEYMOUR la noir reeeivlntr the
r 1 tatrta for Snrlna aud Summan aa larltaa
kl trMsM ndaiaaMr to eafl and and stamina his
stock of Good,bforeiainf taeir paroaa euewhw.
May 31, 18M. . . ... A ' -
T1RES8 GOODS New1 styl 5f Bereee
U DeUines, Plaid and Striped; w rtyl Lawns,
vi.a mA RiriiuMl Pnnlliu. nlaln Bohemia Trass Cloth.
plaid and-triped Ginghaiaa, Manehlster Gingham, out
colors, at 1x1 eenta: lata iocuroi
prlpf, awtocolor, t ' rnayS. ' BaTwoca'a,
QILxTS---BIeach, Wide and barrow pTaTd",
U eliek aad 4sar Color, ebsngaabl Urea et w,
Apron Silk and faDcrooiora, Florence and Bonnet Silk
WHITE GOODS Jaconet and check
1 1 Cambric, India and Irish Linen, India Dimety,
book Muslin, Bishop Laws, Linen tttuir., ore., at .
. -i, ..... . ..,1 . . Srvaotra's.
"DROAD CLOTHS, Cassimeres and Vest
li luri. French Blk Broad clota. black Casslmere,
new style check Casslmere Black SaUas, Farmer'
c.l- d I Olll. I UrUttA MMlllaA t - '
DSHD MK M IW oil. M. - w. uaw . - -
May 18. . ... Stoc'.
"DCOWN LINENS. Twilled do., Farmer'a
1) Drill Wool Tweed. Blue Danlm. Summer tug
PbbU, Summer checks. Ticking, lrlped Shirting,
Nankeen, and colored Cambrics, at ; WBTnepa,.
"DROWN SHEETING 20 bales Sheet
X) Ing; all kinds and widths, at Siraora's.
PARASOLS Figured, Striped and Plain
Silk, Batta Canopy. Watered Black, figured Lined;
new atyle Preach Handle and good lot of figured 811k
at cents, at sitsmjii.
llONNETS A Isrce variety ariived this
L day by Express, Lace French Crown, English
Straw, White Florence and China rean, at
May 18. SavKora's.
PRINTS A good ' assortment of light
X print fast color. Just rec'U at . Bavnua s.
EW White Fish and Trout in half bbls
this day received and for sale st BEYMOUH'B.
EW COD FISH 500 lbs. just opened
at F. W. OBTMOCB'S.
HOES A good assortment at
TTATSLeghorr.; Panama, Puscany, Pe
ll Pedal. Canton. Doable, and (ingle Straw, Lace
and Palm Leaf, at
SILK HATS opened this morning; the la
test style, at Sbvmopb'.
PALM LEAF HATS received this day at
CJUGARS N. O. Sugar, Coffee do., Pul
J terlzed do, at F. W.bymopr's
HRIFFIN & BOSTWICK. Havimr re
VT mored their Furniture to their new rooms in the
Phornix Block, (directly orer Bostwick' dry goods
Store) are prepared to wait on tneir customers to any
thine- in their line, our stock consist In part as follows
Sofas from (23 to a Jenny Lind, t58, Tete-e-teie
(face to face, suits the young exactly,) Mahogany chairs,
Marble Ton Tables. Quartettand card tables, wbatnot;
Bureaus, Mahogany cottage beds, Marble top wash
stands, nauo btoois, loot sioois, ore.
Alan.a fine lot of Hall Stands.they are a bean ty.
A lso,a splendid lot of Looking Glasses,from Is to $18.
Also, Pictures and Picture Frames.
A due lot of Hair, Cotton, and Husk Mattresses,
our Hair MnMrnsscs are manufactured in our own vl
cinitv. fltv Mr. McLain. of Rootstown.) and we war
rantUie Hair to be the first quality of long Horse Hair;
the Husk and cotton, are coming into general us in
Also, a nlenty of Bedsteads with Hlnkley's fiuspon
sion Bed Bottom. These beds have now been thor
oughly tried and all who have used litem are pleased
with them, we have Improved the bottom by making
them thicker than ut llrst, we sell luem nowirom .i,
50. and upwards, every person who would have a bed
stead, should buy one at least for themselves, andswe
assure them uiey will ouy no other alter.
We have a run assortment or common furniture,
cane lent chairs of all kinds, flom $5 and upwards,
bureaus from 88 and upwards, Stand 81,50 add up.
wards, and some cord beds cheap If people will have
them, Tables $3, and other work In proportion.
We have been at considerable expense In fitting up
onr rooms, and we invite all to call and see what we
have. We know we can sell as cheap, to say the least
of it, as In Cleveland or elsewhere; lr tho people are
satisfied that this is the case, will they sustain a room
of this kindbr niircbasinir at home. Ail work pur
chased In the village, will be dollveredat the House of
the purchaser. -u
Karonna, March 14, IB04.
New Firm, New Store, New Goods,
TVALRYMPLE & Munvan. having entered
U into co-nartnershin in the Ready-Made Clouting
ousiness, would respeciiuuy .invite ins aiienunu 01
their friends, customers, and the puDiic generally, to
their stock or SEASONABLE VLOTMJru anapt
ed to everv. ocro. taste, and profession. Also, Boy'i
and youth's Clothlug fqr all sites and conditions of the
juvenile community, and exertions will continue lobe
made to keep this department as complete as possible
OUR FURNISHING GOODS,
embrace s full and complete assortment of Shirts
Dickies, Gloves, Hosiery, Suspenders, Stocks, Scarfs
Cravate. Neck-Tics. Hdkfs.. c.
THE CUSTOM DEPARTMENT contains a great
variety of Cloths, Cassimerers, Vestings, etc., embrac
ina? almost everv article of seasonable goods for Gen.
tlemen's Garments, which will be made up to order, at
short notice, at reasonable prices, in tastelnl and rash'
Thorough workmanship and unexceptionable St
warranted in all cases.
TT7" The system of terms is one prico, and no do
nation. 1 he price 01 sucn garment anu article is mar-
xed in floln ngurrs, and a small out regular prom 11 1
on each article. Bv this system no one. however un
experienced, is liable to pay above the market pflces
ft. B. All goods sold, will be warranted aa repre
.-j mi uvums mrKViy
one door east of thd Brick Block.
Rarenna, May 28. 1864. 405-tf
Here Yon, Sirs!
TF you want a good suit of Clothes, call at
jl uie store or tne suoscnoers in usmpmui moca,
where vou can buv cheap for cash all kinds of Cloths,
Ready Mado Clothing, Tailors Trimmings, die., from
a standing dicky down to a full rig and complete fit that
can 1 Do beat this side or 01 sunrise.
N. B. Cutting done to order. O.L.dt J. SUTLIFP
Ravenna, March 13, 1854.
A GOOD supply of Cloths consisting of
consisting of Broad cloth and fancy Cassimure,
Chasmerelt, riuiinet, jeans, arc, at
Ravenna, March 20, 1854. O. L. & J. P. Sutliffb.
HTHAT Fancy Vesting is going off fast and
JL cnoap,at u. u. ec j . r. nuTLirrs.
March 20, 1854. - -
pOATS Pants and Vests a good supply at
J March 20, 1854. u. I.. fit J. r. MDTLirr.
A T R. A. BAIRD & Cb's., can be found
X at all times a large and well selected stock of
Jewelry, of every description, and selling at the lowest
N. B. Samples of the newest styles received every
week, from the manufnetories at the East, consequent
ly the newest and most approved atyle always on
P OLD and Silver Watches, Silver Spoons.
U Gold, Silver and Putted Spectacle, a good a'
ortment, ror sale at low prices,
Rarenna, Jan. 17, 1854. at R. A. Baihp & Co's.
QHEARS, Scissors and Pocket Knives, of
K3 the finest quality, can be found
Jan 17. 1854. at R. A. Btian A Co's.
J cheap nt
assortment for sale
R.A. Baibo & Co's
Metal ic Burial Oases.'
HESE Cases are fast coming into gener-
ai use. 1 ne advantage or tuese cases over ute com
mon wood Coffin, are a follows: I, they are air tight;
9, they are indestractable from natural causes; 3, they
effectually resist the pressure of the earth; 4, they are
proof against water and consequently vermin of all
kinds: 5, theyar proof ugainst the dissectors knife;
they entirely prevent the escape oronunslve gasses dar
ing the transportation of the body from ono place to
another: 7. the body can be preserved for week and
eveu months in not, Weather without any 'perceivable
chance. ......,, -. '; :;.!v-i m
Also, we keep on hand Shrouds at a low price, this
fireveuts the necessity of turning the house of mourn
ng into sewing hop, and w think will be a great
convenience to all.
We have also the common wood Coffin, from the
chllds to the grown person.- : '
A full assortment of the above Case (small ndlarge;
canbe found at the Furniture Room, in tbe Pbsanlx
Block. . w . w;i,'..( -j. u.-n--" -7
Ravenna, March 14, 1854. Gairrii A Bostwick.
. v.t, Notice.
DRS. H.PRATT & Av BASSET having
formed a o-parUorahlp for-the practice of their
profession, and can bo found (except when on profe:
itonal business,) at theoffleeof Dr. Pratt over F. W.
Seymour's atorei ot by enquiry at; the Drug Store, ol
L. Mutcu. , ... , jiri ,., i : , 1
RaTeniK.'r-ePmary . IPO. , .
American Mutual Insurance Co.
fiP AMSTERDAM, NEW YORK The
J subscriber having been appointed Agent ror the
aborc company, is prepareu w wse rtsas against uaia
age by r iKts, ai a tuw izys a any omet rospouoiui
r.omnaar. " '- " ' ".
; ire Lp8B'PsoiTn aoitri.iCII 'i"(' ' '
i HHvniipn.Uec. 1. 1859 if. If. MITH.
l'irst cmc, iiisl Ncrvcl ; i.
THOSE Book ;Caaea have arriwed at last,
nluase call and see them, they will Pay thetrodblD,
. We kave Bim, a fine lot of parlor F tuiilture, oh tho
roacT. neW stvlea wlll bsrhnre bext weeki alm, tlc
turt of diflVrout, kludu; fIso,. 4 qu:,i,tliv pHeetrnXiuv
GlaS pint, iiios naving iraincs minus ine hiuw, im svniniisw iv .iwn- -vtch, nv in, r'eniis nousevwnere v
bavaweai flltud at auy lime, by calling si; ,J '' .'j they will -apVy J,eeUU hldoHthihmn, darr
, 1 r., t ,-!,! T.(t ifiu k rtcs'S ; ) 1 mab) ber.nea a can makp It convenient to rl. .
: feiSS JWMt ( Hfmi
tenner's Spanish JOJxtnre.
THi -ORKAT PTJB1FTE8 OF. THS .RLOO0,
" WOT A FABTICLK OF MEBCUBT IB IT.
A N INFALLIBLE REMEDY for BeroftV
JJL la, King' Bvll, khasatts. ObsOsaU Cataaev
on Kruptiuu. Pinuakw OS pactuks M Of to
Blotch, Boll, Cbroic Bor Kya. KiB wersa
Tetter,' Sold Head, Enlargement aad Pale f tk
BoaeBd JolnU,Subbora UleT,ByphlUUclnafa
La sabego, Snlaal Cemplaintavsad all iMisssss atisiaf
from aa InhidlrloB aseof Mercury ,lmpr la U i
ar Impurtyof the Blood. . , . ...
This valuable Medicine, which ha become -
red for th aamber of exlrsordluary care Bactodl
uirouga it agency, ha meaceo ute nroprMtora, ar
argeat reqarst of their friend, to oier It lo the pabliv
wbich they do with Ihoatmeat umod la M vbM
and wonderful caratlvepropertle. Taelbllowkage.
unoatea, anieeewi rreai: a largaa a , ar neweve.
etronger testimony than the mere word f la proprt
ekm; and ar aU from gentlemen well know ia taeir
localities, and of th highest jwpeetabilUft saaay af
tnenr resujiog in ui cy 01 nicamonu, va.
F. Botdbb, Bsq., of the Exchange Hotel McbsomI,
known erery where, says b has seoa th MedlcM
called Cibtbb' BraNisa Miitobb admlntetered la
erer a hundred ease. In nearly all the diseases for
wbich It is recomended, with Uie most astonishing good
result. . Hcsays it 1 the most extraordiaary nudiclD
be ba arer aeen. . . ,
. Abob b ravBB aaiT vcki. 1 aerauy eerury.
that for three year I bad Ague aad Ferer ef lb Boat
violent duscrlpUon. 4 bad several Physician, look
Urge quantities of Quinine, Mercury, and Ibslieve alb
tbe Tonics advertised, but all Without any persaaaeng
relief. At last 1 tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, two
bottle of which effectually eared at, and 1 as hap
y to say 1 hare aa neither uniita or rerera siac
consider It tbe best Tonic la the world, and tb only
medicine that ever reached my caa.
Bearer Uam, near Klcaaiona, va, Jo itnaB.
C. B. Lock. Esq.. now in the city of Richmond, aac?
for many yara lu th Post Office, ba Mca eonadenea-
in th astonishing emeacy oiutrter-s npeoisn jsixinre,
that ha has bouahl upward of 50 bottle, which be haa
never known it to full when taken aooordiag 10 dire,
lions. ' " . .
Dr. Misot, a pracUsing Physician, ana. formerly
or the City Hotel, in Lb City of Richmond, says be has
witnessed in a number of Instances the eBeet of Cart.
er'a Spanish Mixture which were moat truly (urpnt.
Ing. He soys in a case of Consumption, dependantoa
the Liver, the good elect were wonderful indeed.
Sahdbl M. UBiBZBa,oflheflrm of Drinker 4k Morris,
Richmond, wa cured ef Liver Complaint of 8 year
standing, by tbe use of two bottle af Carter's Spanish
GasiT Cobb or Scaorrti.Th Editors of th Rich
mond Reps lean had a servant employed in their pre
room, cured of violent Scrofula, combined with Rheu
matism, which cr.tlrely disabled him from work. Two
bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture ma le perfect ear)
of bim, and tbe Editors, In a pubd notice, say tbey .
"cheerfully recommend it to all wbo are afflicted with
any disease of the blood." . ' '
Still Anothbb Ccbb or ScaoroL. I had a rery
rateable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter' Spanish Mix
ture. I consider it truly a raluabio medicine. Jaaas
A. Tsylor, Conductor on the R F dt P H R Co., Rich
Salt Rheum or Twchtt teib Snaniae Ci'bbb.
Mr. John Thompsoh, residing in the city of Richmond,
was cureu oy uirea ouuiuaui tiner idphiiu nuwr.,
of Salt Rheum, which be had nearly twenty yean, ami
which all the physicians of tbe city could not cure.
Mr. Thompson ts a well known merchant la the city
of Risbmondi Va., and his euro is mostremsrkabl.
Ws. A. Mvrrnaws, of Richmond, bad a servant ear
ed ot Syphilitic, In the worst form, by Carter's Spanish
Mixtare. Ho says he cheerfully recommend It, and
considers It su invaluable medicine.
Richard E. West, of Richmond, waa cured of Scrof
ula, and what Physicians called condrmed Consump
tion, by three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture.
Edwin Burton, commissioner of the revenue, says
he ha seen the good effects ef Carter's Spanish Mixture
in a niinilierof Syphilitic cases, and say it I a perfect
cure for that horrible disease.
Wm. G. SHBRWoon,ot Richmond, cured ef Old Sore
and Ulcers, which disubled hiin from walking. Took
a few bottles of Carter's Spauisb Mixturend wa ena
bled to walk wilhuta crutch, lu a short time permanent
Principal Depots at M. Ward. Close If Co., No. 81,
Maiden Lane, New York. T. W. Dyott dt tons, No.
132, North 2d Street, Philadelphia. Bennett Been,
No. 1x5, Main Street, Richmond, Va.
And for sale by I. Swift, Ravenna; O. L. Drake
Freedom; J. W. Cone, Franklin Mills; C. C. R.
Harmon, Aurora; and by Druggist and Dealer in
Medicines evory where. ly.
Ravenna, Nov. ill, 1653. ...
DYSPEPSIA, Jaundice, Chronic or Ner
vous Debility, Disease of the Kidneys, and all
Diseaaei arising from a Disordered Liver or Stomach!
such a Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of Hloed
to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart
burn, Disgust for Food, Fuilnesa of Weight ia the
Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at
tbe Pit ol' the Stomach, Swimming of Uie Head, Hur
ried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart,
posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the
sight, Ferer and Dull Pain In the Head, DeDciency
of Perpslration, Yellowness of tbe Skin aud Eyes, Pant
in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, dec, Sudden Flash,
esof Heat, Burning In the Flesh, Constant Imagining
of evil, and Great Depression of Spirits.
Can effectually cured tf Dr. Hoejland'e CeMrmtei
German Bitter; prepared by Dr. C. M. Jaekeon,
No. 120 Arch it., Pkilmdelpia.
Their power over the above diseases I not excell
ed, If equalled, by any other preparation in the United)
States, as the cures attest, in many case after skilful
physicians bad failed.
these Bitten are worthy the attention of Invalid.
Possessing great virtues In the HectiBcation of dis
eases of the Liver and lesser glands, exercising the
most searching powers in weakness and affections ef
the digestive organs, they are, wltbal, safe, certain ens'
READ AND BI CONVINCED.
E. B. Perkins, Marietta, Ohio, Feb. 32, 1831, said;
"Your Bitters are highly prized by those who have
used them. In ease of a Liver Complaint, of long
standing, which had reeieted thee kill of eeoerul Pkyei
done, was entirely cured by thease of Five Bottle."
O. L. Drake, Freedom.Portage Co., O. April SJ, 859
said: 'The Gorman Bitters you sent me last have not
yet come to hand. I have been out of tbe article for
sometime to the great detriment of invalids. It I a
medicine much thought of and sought after iu thus
community. , ' ;
B. M. Hutchinson, M.D., Bedford, Cuyahoga Ci.
O. August 36, iU, said: "The Bitten yen shipped me
In May last are all gone 1 think it it a good med
icine, aud 1 am recommending it to my patients nd
friends (which I do for uoother patent medicine.) You
will please forward a large supply."
S. French, Woostor, Ohio, Nor. 30,1852, sid tu
hare used some three or four bottles of Hoofland'a.
German Bttters for Dyspepsia and hare derived great
benefit from their use, I believe them to be good for
all diseases for which they are recommended."
W.M.Orr, Wooster, Ohio, October 5d, 185S, (aids
"Yon asked me my opinion of the German Bitten.
I have used them for Dyspepsia and Indigestion, and .
take pleasure in stilting that I think they are the very
best remedy extant for Uie above complaints 4kef are
decidedly in advance of all the proprietary medieinei of
the day. -
These Bitters are entirely veoetable. They nev
er proetrate the eyetem, but invigoateit.
Sold by 1. Swill, Ravenna; O. L Drake, Freedom;
J. W- Cone, Franklin Mills; C. dt O. R. Harmon,
Aurora; and by Dealers In medicines everywhere.
New Firm and New Goods!
THE Subscribers have juat received their
first Invoice of Spring and Summer Goods, con
sisting of Prints, Gingham DeLaias, Barague DeLaina.
Our motto will be "SMALL PROFITSand RRADT
PAY," believing It for the interest of both Merchant
and custom. Prentiss, HoraiNs Co.
JULY IMPORTATIONS Just received
rom Sew York by Express an Invoice, consist
Ing of Black silk Shawls, black Summer goods, print,
Gighams, Lawns, dte. Also a flne assortment of Lad!
Shoes; our stock is now very good, and we will guar
antee the price to suit a well as the goods. Call and
see. . . Prentiss, Herein dt Co.
THE HAT STOREIN THE SHADE'
A large and splendid assortment of Summer Hat,
consisting of Panama's, Canton Straw', Pedal, Flor
ence, Leghorn, Palm Leaf, dec. Some beautiful Pan- .
ania's from 93 to 93,75, Palm Leaf Hat from 10 cent
up. Also some super Silk Hats, A No. 1. -
An examination la all that 1 necessary to convince
any one that Uiey are cheaper than can be bought else
where. PaENTiss, Horaissdi Co.
GENT'S BOOTS AND SHOES.
A FINE assortment of Calf, Morroceo aad Goat
Shoes; Just received. . A "lip top" artiol aad
aeWngcheap.-' ' : PrNTis, HorxiNS dt Co.
MORE GOODS BY EXPRESS.
JUST received, another lot of those rich Black Bilk
Shawls, also Poplins, and Ginghams, all selling
very cheap usual. . Prentiss, HoretNsdiCo.
LADIES WROUGHT COLLARS..
UNDER Hdkfs. and Undrsleeves. A beautiful as
sortment and very cheap at . '
... . . ..j ,. . Prentiss, HorktN at Co.
SILK BONNETS, - r. v
CALL and see the fine assortment .
MayS. 1854- Prentiss. HornmsoV Cov
; . MATILLAS! MANTILLAS!! , v
A BEAUTFUL assortment', from two to fifteen dolt
lars; also Shawls of eervy description, Silk, Crape,
Cashmere, Thibet, etc. Ladie . please ' call and see
them. " , ; , , Prbntis, Horxms dt Co. ;
EADIES SHOS. Aflne assortment just opened ,;
May38i'' at' Prentiss, Hopkins dt Co. .
TIMOTHY SEED, . , V
A PRIME article ofTimothyand Clover seed.for sale
by--, .- 1 i-..,f ... Paawnss, Herxiws dt Co.
ENGLISH DAIRY SALT! J
A NICE article direct from Montreal, for sale by the
bushel or barrel by Pbentis, Hopbine es Co.
A SUPERIOR article for sale cheap, by .
. March 27. 1844. " P.ikti... Hopti
oraiws oc u o.
TTAY FORKS. Batcheldor eotebrateci. Fork,.'fpi
. Ml by
Pbbntib, Horxirs If COi
ZING PAINT, constantly oh hand and selling cheap,
Jnn2,'54. .. ,1BENTis,HorKiNsdiCtl.1''
DARY PAILS.A tnperior article for sale at tweni
ly-Sre coal; also. Tab of all sixes.'---i-'t 1'4
June in, 'Mk , ivs ;t,-'vi rRrRTts,.4torat 4f o. r.
moves the objection that has been had to the otfae. .
kinds or heater's, waeihei the ret 4 full, bslf run, or
Hnwr RfiTKnuci w to. ,uii, uarr iuii, v. -
quarter full of water, -it work eullv- well, there 1
Joeing h'odaiigprofinlu'rliii tlieheitor. by ne.rt ItwiU;
narrou' v rati ana seetiKrtn'WTMtinor tou Dnv or not..!
r 1 Kent ou hund and made lo order at
t;IV).OTIGEr..Th wbscrirors-hv? wBiovoi
I'tsLJ Uiiirht , ;i.d flu St!0'llsfbiJh7brsiBoof:yru 1
"UORjCHEESE MAKERS- We are a-''
JL 'king a.naw klpdof Vat fur making bheetej The;.
Heater. Ts placed under the VaU so that It entirelv reu.
l.... t i Ts r-i '-!
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