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UAVEfl A. Orb 18, 184.
; The Weekly Portage Sentinel
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Xho fall term, of the Court of Common
; Plead, begun its session: yesterday morning,
and will probably, continue about two weeks.
A considerable amount of important, busi
, '. ness, Is to be disposed of. ' " '.. .
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the most valuable, that is published in the
, crcasiug popularity. There is not an arti-
;, Tie contained in it, but conveys wholesome
truths in regard to those departments of
litMinaoa an1 nfd.nnai luliinK ..rfcnatn nt lit
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encase the attention, of the American peo
ple- .. ' ''V,
The Tcaelic-rs Institntc.
The IiiEtitute is still in session, over pne
i . mi
one nunarcu learners are present, inis
speaks well for the interest manifested in
the cause of Education. Dr. Lord, for
merly the able and accomplished Superin-
lenuant oi me ruuue isfiioois in me city oi
rTnlnmhiia nnrl nnui tlip A front rf tho Rtnta
Teachers Association, is here, and will re
" main until the close of the Institute.. His
' long experience and superior abilities fully
qualify him for the post of an instructor of
. touchers. Wn hnnp thnt not nnlv the touch-
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, era but all who are favorablo to the cause of
Education will make it convenient to attend
New Supplies of Goods
The Merchants of Ravenna are now re
ceiving extensive supplies of Full and Win
We would call the attention to new
Advertisements, in another column. M. L.
Oat has just returned from the East and
brings with him "cart loads ' of goods fine,
fancy and substantial. Give him a en II,
Piiestiss, Hopkins & Co ,are " in tow n"
ready to supply their numerous customers
with all sorts of articles in their line of
trade on the best of terms.
Tho new Store of It. A. Gillett is now
open. He is doing a splendid business, ut
least if we may judge by Ike crowd of cus
tomersthat constantly throng the establish
ment. J. II. BosTwirK & Co., nre also receiving
new supplies of Fall and Winter Good.-!.
James Twitt is on hund with an ubiind nice
of Hats & Cups ot all kinds, sorts and sizes.
Q5The Atlnntii; mutual Insurance Coin-
. m 1 1 y , win c ii nits nisi, koiiib two nuuuruu
. thousbnd dollars by the wreck of the Arctic,
' has received as an offset to this, from' Mr.
Collins, over a million dollars in the shape
of premiums. The New York Life and
. Tr ist Uomoanv. a so tlio Mutual jue insu
rance Compftny, are heavy losers 'by the
calamity. Thej-e was an insurance of
..' $540,000, of which $300,000 was in this
country. She was just four years'in ser
The steamship Europa, which arrived at
H0"iton on i riday, urought loiirteen ol the
Hurvivors of the. Arctic dianster. Amonr
" them are C. T. Jlitt liell, of Charleston, and
- Edward Dupaeseur, of New Orleans. They
confirm the previous accounts of tho drown-
tnr, i.f IVIea, Pullinu nnfl hpr fumilv. )V thp
upsetting of the boat. Tho Brown family
. t: t! ,1 ., 1- f t, n lno, KoFa...
WCIi; Oil DCCII Ull UUI.IV IIIO IUi3fc llliUg W t lull.
the Arctic sank. There was, however, a
"large boat on deck, capable of containing
-c, Ulty, wnicu was tuu iiunvv lur iiiosciuu uuuru
' to launch. It was supposed that this would
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. UU Ullcu Willi puaeriiria vviicii ,uo riiiji
., sank, anu may nuvo ueen pickeu up suust-
1 i . nnpnt lir.
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- - Rurus Choate. The following has been
yl . m . , f . , .. r
,; set auoat Dy someuouy a- near relative oi
. Davy Crockett, perhaps.
KUlus tuoate is a picture to iook at, una
. a pmwAar tt snniit Pip ii nhnilt aovpn fift
' -' uiv a, atv ftiat adiion it hifl a elra. iiimntn nn
"-' an eel, and wiry asa cork-screw. His face
is a compound of wrinkles, "yaller junders,''
', - and jurisprudence. He has a small, keen,
., piercing DiacK eyes, ana a neau snapea ime
a mammoth goose epg, big end up; his hair
. black and curly, much resembling a bag of
.'.wool in "admirable disorder," or a brush
' heap in a gale of wind. His body has no
particular shape, and his wit and legal
"dodges" have set many a judge in a snick
er, and so confounded the jurors as to make
it almost impossible for them to speak plain
English, or tell the truth for the rest of their
. natural lives Rufus is great on twisting
himself up, squirming himself around, and
, . prancing, jumping, and kicking up the dust
.'(".vhen steam's up. His oratory is first rate,
- and his arguments ingenious and forcible.
' He generally makes a "ten strike" judge
' and jury down at the end of every sentence.
He is great flowery expressions and high
falutin "Hubbubs." Strangers mostly think
"j!' ihe is crazy, and the rest scarcely under
- stand what he is about.; He invoices his
time and elocution four thousand per cen
s ;rtum oyer ordinary charges for. having one's
- - aelf put through a course of law.
Rufus Choate is about fifty years of. age,
, perhaps over. . He is considered the ablest
. y Sawyer in New England, or perhaps in the
5 '. United States. His hand writing can't be
deciphered wiputthe aid of a pair of com
'!;, passes, and it quadrant. His autograph some-,
J what resembles the map of Ohio, and looks
'" like a piece of crayon sketching",' done in
the "dark 'with a three-pronged fork. He
' has been- in the Senate,' and may hfi, if he
,,, has time to fish for it, President of the Uni-
0rAclerIr;! in a 'niercantile establishi
nelht writes to "hia friends at home: '!Pla
c b ueV ' easir ' times" 1 now-a-daya very little
work to do our firm don't advertise!"
' Afecorifirijr td the foUowtisi acc.ouri whicn
teemi td be anibeRtle;'he condition pf Ire
land is improving. ' The polatue crop for' the
present year -will ha eauehv better one
than has beea anticipated. ' It seems to be
pretty certain , that emigration i-,oJhe de
crease, although on thia point there'll eoine
discrepancy in tfie Irish, accounts. ;. If it is
dimiuiahiag, thia ia a good sign lor the coun
try, aa it shows that the inhabitants have
more juducemeaU to. remain in it than they
have had. for the last seven or eight years.
The; amount' bf the remittances from the
Irish in America to their relatives in Ireland
are of an astounding amount, being for the
last yeafiejiween si and seven millions of
dollars. This proves several things that
the Irish iu this country are, ( in general, jn,
dualnvus, prosperous, and provident, and that
they: are affectionate and kind-hearted.-'-Thi
heavy remittance' jjoes to prove anoth
er thing, which is not undeserving of the no
tice of the Jfiiow-Nothiags who want no
more Iru-h among ua, and would be glad,, we
sttppose, to get rid of many that are now
here; that being prosperous themselves, they
must contribute greatly to the prosperity of
this country, and add largely to its, material
wealth, otherwise, they could not . send such
large sums to their native country.
The annexed letter froni Longford,' ia
Ireland, gives a view, of the! Conclusion of
the harvest in that country : Daily Globe.
,"Aa the season advances, and the people
begin to dig in the potatoes, a better estimate
can be formed as to the ami unt of damago
done by the disease during the present year.
It is very satisfactory to find that the loss
' sustuined will fall wonderfully short of what
wus at lust anticipated.. I hat the growth ol
l'ie potatoes has been considerably impeded
there can be no doubt: but, although much
smaller in size than usual, the quality is ex
cellent, while the quantity actually destroy
ed forms but a small percentage 'of the
whole. Making every allowance, however,
for the losses in. this way, end taking into
consideration the great breadth of ground
under potatoes this year, there pan be no
doubt that the supply will be quite equal to,
if not over, the average of former years. It
must be remembered, moreover, that prior
to the first year of the famine the population
of Ireland exceeded 8,000,000, while now
it is little more thau 0,000,000; and that, as
this falling off' is chiefly, if not entirely,
among the poorer classes, whose staple food
is essentially the potato, there are propor
tionably less tj be provided for. The grain
crops, too, are abundant, and, now that the
furmcra are getting them in, the utmost sat
isfaction is expressed by all."
"The annual report of the Emigration
Commissioners has just been .published.
From this it appears that the total emigra
tion of. lust year wus 329,937, being 38,827
less than in 1852. There was a diminution
of 2G.4S0 to Australia, and 13,376 to the
United States, the fallingoff being account
ed for in the case of Australia by the greut
er excitement regarding the gold discover
ies prevalent -during the summer and autumn
of 1852, and in that of the United States
Itir triA . flannt! n m r F 1 t-i a oma I Inn n n rv Ka f
,. V'" " " . I neck swollen, throat sore, and all the -vmptoms of
Irish, the aggregate emigration of the latter j rheumatism, combined with Srmrulu. Two bottles of
people throughout tl.e year being estimated Carter's Spanish Mixture cnrml biiu.and in nn edito.
lit ion iu.) : not oo-r iano mu,. ' rliil article as almve, they bear testimony or its won
Ut 199,3'JJ against 224,997 in. 1852. I hO : ,0,(U KOOi 0eits, and say their only regret is. that
remittances from their relatives ill America I all Minerinit with disoases if the blood tire not aware
were however lnrrrer thnn in nnv nreeiniis i ,,f 1,10 oxltenee of such a medicine. They cheerfully
were, nowever, larger man in any prev tuus lt. See their certlilcute, and notice 'lu rati
year, the amount sent through the- various around tho bottle.
banks, opart from private channels, being -: "7'',"rT rr "
t. , ..'. .,. i 1 . . ., . i the 'wliol.! pros of Philadelphltt lire out In luvor
Jtl,439,000. With respect to the Austral- f Hooflnnds Goruinn bitters, as they are prcpurcd by
ian emiirratioll, the total from the united "r C. M. Jackson. We are glad to record tin.? success
kingdom to all the colonies was 61,401, or
about one fourth ol tliut of the United States.
Subjoined ore tho geuerql figures :
" .. . . . .
New South Wales -Victoria
Van Diemen's Lund
New Zealand .
Cailadu, etc. , '
Eenst Indits -
Central und South America
Cape 'of Good Hope '
Western Africa .
Hong Kong "''
.: . 329,937
: According to a supplementary statement,
it also appears that the emigration during
the first three months of the present year
has been 49,756 persons, against 50,867 in
the corresponding period of ,1853, and 59,
523 in that of 1852. There has been a con
tinued diminution in the departures to the
United States, but in those to Australia, al
though there is a great falling off as com
pared with the first quarter of last fyear,
there is a considerable increase as compared
with the first quarter of 1852. Of the to
tal, 49,756 .emigrants, 26,123 were lrj$rt, 12,
430 English, 2,965 Scotch, and 8,233 for
eign or unspecified. This proportion
Irish is much smaller than 1852 or 1853v"
A correspondent of the. Petersburg Ex-i
press, at Charlestnwn, Va., coinniunicates
to that paper the following series of incidents,
which if true arg certainly very singular:
'Washington- was accustomed to wenr
Iwo'watch-scales.oneofgold und the other ot
silver. Upon both of them tho letters "G.
W." were engraved; or rather cut.' , These
seals he w.re as early us 1754, and they
were about his person on the terrible day of
Braddock's defeat. , Ou th& day he . lost the
silver seal. i.The gold one remained with
the General uiitil the day of his death, and
was then L'iven by hi in tu his nephew, a gen
tleman of Virginia, who carefully preserved
it until about seventeen. years ago, when, in
riding over his farm, tie dropped it. The
other day,the gold seal, lost seventeen years
ago, was ploughed up, recognized irom tlie
"G. W." on - it, and restored to the son of
the gentleman to whom Washington had pre
sented it. At almost tho same time the sil
ver seal, lost in 1754, just one hundred years
ago, was ploughed up on the site of the bat
tle in which Braddock was defeated, and in
like manner recognized from the letters "G.
WJ' So that in a very short time the two
companions wil be again united. . I have
this whole statement from the most reliable
source possible, namely, from' the gentleman
himself, who has thus had restored to him
thesa precious mementoes of his great an
cestor. ' This affair is but one more proof of
an ott stated majym, that truths beggars fic
tion in strangeness, i repeat, mere is not
the slightest exageration or misstatement in
the matter; and no room for . mistake. 1 In
legal phraseology, the truth excludes every
other hypothesis." ' ' v V,
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Kiss arb RE-ABRESTED.-The Cleveland
Herald, of.Tuesduy evening, states, that on
Sunday ; Kissane was re-arrested at Cuba
Sti the New York and Erie Railroad', ,! west
of Hornellsville. , When . he jumped from
th vxbrese train; he was badly hur but
was able io .'conceaf himself between two
cars of a freight train, which'was standing
near by. ...This train proceeded west, while
the officers in pursuit went, cast. . Arrived
at Cuba, Kissano's Injuries compelled, him
to stop, apd he was concealed .until tsurtday
Wheb he mt discotrfed'krjd arrested1,' ; : w
EmsitoT is OjaTirVMrja
m a oeggar w-aaym a lewsiyearato; come,
may atand forth the admiration of angels!
It ii the work of Energy.
- 8te AaismF Lat B? t wesh th Uim&
States aud th 'West Irdies Commo
dore Vanderbilt hat taken' advantage of the
loaris offered by the Legislature of British
Guina, and appropriations offered by other
West India Islands, and his determined to
establish a line of steamship between New
Yerk and Demerars touching at Bermuda,
St. Thomas and the Bnrbadoea. The Mag
nolia, new steamer of J100 tons is to be
Immediately placed on the line. The loans
and .appropriations offered will amount to
40,000 for seven years. .
.' Wbat the City ob Memphi Wakts
A Remakkabli Statistical Fact The
Memphis Whig of .Sept. 20, iurot ms us that
the census of Memphis recently taken by
Mr. BBnks.-ehibited that there are in that
city .1,4)7 more, males over twenty-one
year1 of age than there are .females; and
1,050 more males oyer, twentwrone than
there te females over seventeen years of
age." It follows thai there are thousand
gentleman, who, if they wish to marry, will
have to go beyond the limits of Memphis to
find wives. Perhaps Mrs. Farnham would
do well to ship a colony of damsels to Mem
phis, now that she has supplied California
and Australia. , . . , , .
Iu lliii village, ou the JOlti tuat., by K. D.. Clark,
K)., Mr. MOKES PARSONS, of Ravenna, and Mias
LUCY A; OSBOR.V,of Brlmflcld. ''';,;...
In Ruvcn'na, by Rot. J. II. Ebbsrt, nn th liith Inat.,
Mr. . P. EVANS and MIm ELIZA A. FKAZKK,
dauglitornr C. Wm Fraiui, of this villugo. '
iLf'lhe Uiaiika of tbu printers ara due for the due
npply of eaka which accompanied tbo above notice.
Muy Impplnesx and progpurity attend Hie fulr bride and
bridegroom In their journey UiroofU life.. .' f
On the lflth day or Ortobur, 1954, In Doorfhiid. by C.
Brown, Esq., Mr. HENRY ROBQ. aud Mia CLA
In PiiTiv' Oct. P!h, by'v. Eraatus Cheater, Ma'.
SOLOMON HENREICH to Mis MARIA- A. BEN
NLTT,adoptad dafrgUterjof Mr. John Leonard, of Purls.
On the 121h inat., at tho American House iu Newton
Fulls, by Rev. Krastus Chester, Mr. EDVVAR11, FAH
NUMand HU SARAH BYERS, both of ilcerfleld.
Dr. TUBUS will be at the Prentiss House,
Wednesday afternoon and Thursday until 3
o ciock r. 11 . jeinaiiti I'Jiu oi ui.
Seeadvtrtisement in another column.
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD
X Templars. There will be a public meeting of the
mogcsoi eastern umo,ai .viarnioro, on Saturday. Oct.
21st, commencing at 3 o'clock P.M.
Mrs. Amelia Bloomer of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, will ad:
druss the moiting:. The occasion will be enliven. ;d bv
tin music of the hv.otstown Brass BauJ, ulsu, by a va
riety of sonirJ.
Procession formed at H o'clock P. M. Friends of
progress aud reform nre earnestly invited to attend.
JAS. MORGAN, W. H Hopeful Star Lodgu
t7 GREAT CURE OF RHEUMATISM. The Ed
itors of the Richmond Republican, of December U-illi,
loo.', say mat uuricrs ripauisn .uixiure is no quack
They hutl a man In their pross-room who was afflict'
cd with violent Mercurial Rheumatism, who was con
tinually coiuidainliii; of misery In his back, limbs aud
joints; his eyes bud become feverish and mattery,
t , . V,. ii. l. u r,.mri,lv Ilt.u.m... .. nd u,. ... ......
it supplies a desideratum In the medical world lou;
needisl.' Tho wretched Imitators and counterfeiter
have withdrawn their nostrum? from lite market, nud
tlie public an: spared from tho danger of swallowing
poisonous mixtures in lieu of the real Hitters."
BY VIRTUE of a writ of Fi. Fa. et Lev.
Pa. Kxccutlon to me ilipcetcd find delivered from
tlie Court of Common Pleas of Tuscarawas county,
Ohio, 1 shall expose to sale nt public vendue, on .Satur
day, the 2Hth dav of October iust., between the hours of
teii o'clock A. U. and four o'clock P. M., of said day,
at Ihe house or shanty of John Carrigau iu tlio town
ship of Aurora, about two miles east of tho centre on
the Mahoning Kail Kond, the following doscribed goods
nud ehuttuls to w it: One roan horse, one dapple grey
marc, one grey horse, one brown mare, one bay horse,
Ave one horse carts, and five cart harnesses, taken in
execution as the property of John Curriga;. nt the suit
of H. V. Beeson.
JAMES W00UAKD, Sheriff.
SlinrllTs Ofllee, Portage countv, j
S-.iIc of Keali; Estate by order of
ON tho eighteenth day of November, A- D.,
1K54. iietwuon tlie hours of ten o'clock, Ac M. and
..three o'clock P. M. on tlie premises In the town of
Shulersville, will be sold to the highest bidder, the fol
lowing real est.tte n the property of Oliver Crosby,'
deceased, to wit: Known as buiiig the south part of lot
number eighty-live in rilialersville, In the county of
Portage and Slate of Ohio, beginning at the south-east
corner of said lot; tlieucci running north on the east
Hue thirty chains twenty links; thence west thirty-eight
chains -forty links' to west lino of the lot, thence
south twenty-iiine chains ten links to the south-west
comer of tlu lot; thence east ou the south Hue thirty
nine cliaius to the place of beginning, containing one
hundred and foiii teeu and three fourth acres; also,
another piece of land -on lot number seventy-six in
siiid toiviitfhiu, boniidud on the west by the west line of
0f Uie lot,ou the aouth by luud owneil by Oiinlel t.olby,
east by Ihe highway , mirth by laud owned by Zaltio
j b'ileh, contaiutiig twelve acres and seventy-three
. . one huudredihs of nn acre. The whole uppralsed sub
' j'H'l to the dower ut $:i,UUU 00. Terms tuutle known ou
uie uay or sulj.
1UA BUKROUGHS, Adih'r.
Oct. JO, 1854. ' . , . j ,
JVAN D. JONES' ESTATE. Notice is
J hereby given that the subscribers has been ap
pol ted and ipialilled ns Executors on the estate of
P.vnn D. Jones, kite of Palmyra, Portage con nty.dec'il.
Dated ut Palmyra, this Ulh day ofOclobur, A. n. , 1854.
. DAN1K1. K.JONES,
OA. lmh, 1R54. "' JOHN E. JONES.
Hurrah for Cheap-side and No. 7.
T H. BOST WICK & CO., are now re-
I cclvlng a si1enil1d assortment of Fall aud Winter
Goods, which they will offer to tin people of this vicin
ity, ut prices that will -astonish even those who have
read the forty cent advertisement. Cull at No. 7,
Plucnix Block, and satisfy yourselves.
More particulars and more goods next week. '" .,
:; October J6, lrJ54. ..'.''. ; f ' ':
K.iXSUM A. GILLETT
HAS OPENED thnt NEW and SPLEN
DID STOCK of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hurdware,
Crockery. &c, which he will sell exclusively for
"HEADY PAY" at lower fates than has been offered
iu this town or county in Ihe last two years. He docs
not think it necessary to tell a long story, but will en.
deuvor to sutisfy those who will give him a call and ex-.
amine his stock of goods, thnt Uiey are decidedly cheap
the "Times are Hard" and prices have been made to
Correspond. October 1H, 1B54.
New Goods. ;
THE UNDERSIGNED ia now receiving
his stock of Fall und Winter Goods bought within
the last three weeks in Mew York and Boston, and is
nroparcd to sell them at extraordinary low prices (ow
ing to tho great decline In muny styles of goods; and he
assures his customers and the public that he Intends
always to keep up with tho times and will sell aa low
as any other establishment west of New York.
. Oct; 18, 1854. H. L. DAY.
MERINOES Good all Wool French Me
rtnoes, such as usually acll for 10s can be bought
for 7 per yard at, H. L. DAY'S. .
DRESS GOODS Plaid Merinoes, Raw
Sllks.v Persian Cluths, , Paraiueltas, Coburgs, De
Luluo,di.iat low figures can be found at" -'
' , , ... : . . H. 1.. PAY'S.
13LACK SILKS-A large assortment of
Xi Black Silka at 25c per yard less tliaft over before
sold can no ronna m n. u. ha i n.
P REAT FALL IN 50c TEA. 1500 lbs
U of Uie best 50c Tea ever offered Ui Porlage county,
is now on the way from New York (and owing to tlie
great deellno in Tea) wm do sota at toe eiiraonnnary
tow nrlce Of 37te pur pound by ... , 1, L. JAY. ...
KEADY MADE CLOTHING. OVER
Coats of every style, and quality; Frock do. do.,
Buslnesi do.; Pantaloons of every variety and price,
vests, drawers, shirts, rappers, slocks, cravats, hose,
&c., a large stock Just received and will be sold to cor-
. . i . , , . '. . tn. i -. 1 1 r niv
leapuiiuwiui me low prire-ot "j .m- jj 1
WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING bur fall
: Htock af' foods.' tioiiiilt-ffllnff broad cloth cal-
vestings, delaines cashmeres, poplins, em-
DroiQerec, roues, parmeuos,, merinos, prima, aaawis,
groceries, crockery, hardware, Ac, which -we guaran
tee tn tell at figures to suit. Call and examine before
purchasing. PKKNTISS, HOPKINS & Co.
October Ilth, 1954.-10-lf,
Who are the "KnawTlothlngs!"
THAT is question not easily answered,
but Hie qnmtlon as to who Mils goods tin cheapest
tn Rfm, r t matter much mora easily (sltlad.
W arttrlte wllHnf to tea. that mailer with Hi awa
pro. Tbo "wind work" we will leave to thoa who
way have been out of the bntinrs a few years, and
'got mtrd,w bat ti cllng goods at tow aa they eaa
be boupM. we win most cheerfully attend to. Many
goods have materially declined In price this fall, and
among other, the aiilrU of Tea. We ran now aetl
good Ta at UirMsMlHuga per lb., aud "other good
la proportion.' v. .-'
We hav now ja toe stk. FALL and WI5TER
GOODS, and wllT lake rlassure la showing them to
all who may favor B with call, and iflney And them
"twenty-live per ef nl." above onr neighbors, w would
nggett lue propriety oftheir iiurchine elsewhere.
. rna.iiL, HUi-M.-ssotlo.
October 1, 1SS4. ' '
HOUSE BLANKETS A good trticle to
be found at PaanTia, Ropgtaa & Co.
U TRAW CUTTERS-Jusr ree'd, Rich'e
kJ Patent RtntwCatter, of the moat annmved nattera.
auiUble for cuUIng both Straw and Cora H talks, aelliag
cheap by Patanaa Hopaia 4 Co.
"DUFFALO ROBES-rA Io of. very fine
U ones just received, and selling as low as they can
be bought iu town., , , , Paamisn, Horxma 4 Co.
SILK and SATIN VESTINGS A aplen
did assort in unt of Vatlings. Cassiniere aud cloth.
just received and soiling at figure tluit can't be beat.
. . rammse, Horuss ft Co:
BLACK SILKS Any lady wanting a
Black Silk Dress, cau Dud an articlj superior in
quality, beautiful in Lustre and cheaper than ever sold
in Kv.-nns, st - Psentiss, IIopkix dt Co.
WALL PAPER A large and well se,
lee ted Msortment bf Wall anil Window Daoer.
Just received, and selling from flj cents up. "
- rataTiss, Hopkins at Co.
f1EA! TEAlWThree shillings will buy bp
L good an arUele of Tea, aa our aefcehbor sell
for forty cehts, nt ' Psehtuw, Hoi-kins dt Co.
BOOTS and, $HOES A fuirstock con
slstliigoXGents. Boot and Shoes; Ladles Morocco
Bootees. C-ilfefs, Rusk in, Gout onaiulM arid pntenl
Leather Khors, Children aud Youth's Shoe of every
description. CaU and '.'try Uiem on.".
Pkistiss, Hopkins & To.
BONNETS! BONNETS!! Silk, Satin,
Lawn, Pearl and Col'd Straws, Just received, ami
so chenp that they cnn't help but sell; also u beautiful
assortment of Wlutt'f Ribbons, from ten cent to three
shillings, to go with them,
Pkiktiss, Hopkiss & Co.
KNOW-NOTHING HATS A complete
assortment of Huts, consisting of Know-Nothing,
Wide Awake, M sygers, dec; Also a Hueussoitinentor
Plaid and Cloth Caps, some, new and very desirable
stjles; Also a superior article and latest style of Silk
Hats: all going off ''a shade below" Pluxnix Block
prices. Prentiss, Hophkibs & Co.
T A DIES COLLARS A beautiful assort-
Li meut; also ( hemi, situs and Undersleeves, Just re
ceived, nud for sale at very low figures, by
' 1 " Priiitiss, Hopkius; Co.
T A DIES CLOTH A fine articleandery
J desirable colors, designed expressly for Copes,
Talmu's, dec., Just received aud selling low, at
Pkkntiss, Hopkins di Co.
New iV.iU for Fall Trade.
rpwiTThnB just received 16 Cases of new
X styles of Hats, Caps; comprising all the now styles
just issued. I have nothing to sny as regards quantity;
any person thnt was ever in my room, situated ut No.
4, Phrenix Block, will any that I have the largest assor
tment of Hats aud Cups, with the best room to show
them, iu ncrtherii Ohio. Owing to money being fcurce
this Fi. 11, 1 w ill sell goods at extremely low prices.
I will sella I tut for $:i,TS worth $4.5
do " 2.511 " 3.5t.
do " 3.50
Wide Awnke HutsTor 1,55 " . 1 JUS
Know-.Nothing " " 1,511 ' 2,S5
'.'Ii Cases of Kossuth lints, for 41,00.
TRONING HATS without extra charge
L All hats purchased nt the Kavunna Hat Store, will
be kept iu ri.iir wi'.hotit etru charge.
Slialcrsville on Hand.
TVTEW FALL GOODS at the Shulersville
it Cheap store, ir)54. Tho undersigned have the
)le,.suro of iiilormiiig llie publie tlmt they have coin-
inuii.ccd receiving their stock of full goods, und will
murely itdd that they have been purchased nt very low
ratcs,-aud will bo old-.ucco.rdijiglv. Call and judge
lor yourselves. ' A. W. 110RH & Co.
! OiSMOlutioii Notice.
rfHE COPARTNERSHIP existing be-
L tweeu Urs. Caiu and Morton in tlie practice of
medicine, is this day closed hy mutual consent. By
this arrangement Dr. Cain will settle all company
claims. Ail persons therefore having unsettled ac
counts with the late drill. will plenflo cull and arrange
the same without delay. V 1 1,1,1 AM CAIN, M. 1).
J. K. MORTON, M. 1).
Dr. Cnin would inform his patrons that he can be
found us usual at his ollicc, No. ii Pliwnix Block, ready
to attuud all eulls in his profession.
October, :inl, 1854. 31.-10.
ATTACHMENT Notice id hereby "giv
en that ut my instance a writ of attachment was
this day issued by John Bruner, a justice of the peace
in Franklin township, county of Portage, and Htuto of
Ohio, against the goods und i-huttles. moneys and cred
its of A lituson Newton, a non-resident of said county.
October 5th, 1H54.-KI. r O. HULL & Co.
D ISSOLUTION Notice is hereby given
that Goorga I.. Hntchkiss has this day retired from
the firm of Rowell, Witter & Co, The business of the
tlrui will be settled by Howell ot Witter, w ho alone are
authorized to settle the suine, and w It continue their
business ut the old stand, No. 1, Phoenix Block.
:" I i-- ' WM. K. WITTER,
i- - ' ,. GEO. 1.. HOTCHRISS.
Ravehioj, OH9llt,J854. i
. ' A C'Alt7 ' "
-THE SUBSCRIBER will open in a few
L days, In tlio "Phooiiix Block' a large stock of
new uooos, noiigrit in riiiiaiicipmu nnu new , ora,
nnder the most favorable circumstances and at a time
when nearly all kinds of goods are lower than they
huve been for yenirs. Owing to the "laird times" the
goods will bo offered ti t such extremely low prices na
win nstonisii ine people more man mey were ion years
ago when the subscriber opened his first stock of goods
In this town the result of which was that a great
change in prices was produced ia a short time through
out the country it now appears that business is work
ing back upon tile old system of large profits and long
credit. The time lias come when another revolution
must take pluce In merchandizing In this country.
Thorcforu those who have large stocks of old goods on
haudliad better commence woi-kingthcm down tweuty
flvi! per cent or do ns the "Col." says "switch off on
the side track" for tlie People will be furnished with
as good tea for forty cents us any merchant has sold the
lust car for fifty cents, uud other goods in proportion.
HANSOM A, GILLETTE.
Ravenna, Oct. 3d, 1854.
Tho 'Board of Examiners" of Portage County, will
hold examinations this full as follows:
1st. Saturday, Oct, !21st.,at the close of Uie Touchers'
2d, Suturday, November 4th". , . ,
". 3d, "' I81I1.
4th, " . ' December Sd. ,
Tho examinations will commence ut D o'clock A.
M. each duy, in the Court House nt Kuveuua, unless
lliM room is otherwise occupied.
All applicants wiit.be expected to furnish satlsructory
evldoncercn; moral character. .
Tho Roard expect to hold no Oilier examinations on-
itlspripg. v, , BK. NEWELL, Clerk.
Oct. 3d, lBM.-rlUrVi.- ... ., '' ..' . . .
..... Durham & Gardner,
HAVE just received their fallMock of Boots
Shoes and Leather embracing nearly every thing
In their line of business, which they offer on tho most
liberal terms for cash or ready pay. Owing to. the
late excessive drouth, nnd consequently tho presure in
money matters, they have concluded to reduce the
price of their work In a measure, notwithstanding the
present high prices of stock:
They offer Gents fi ne home-made Calf Boots t ff-O,
Kip ' " $3,253,50
" Thick J3,00
tudie's Fine Kid Welt Bootees Home-mude war. $ 1,50
. -Turns- " ' ' " 1,38
,-,.-.' -!. - Calf ' pegged: i ' ",Jn
. .,.. . . ' "' lined ,. f 1.63
, , i ..',' Kid Welt Busklus -i 1 1,38
. , . . .,: - Turns - " .
and -all othor work proportlonably low. ' Wei have
a large eoinpleto assortment of Boys and Youths Boots,
Lailio's and Gents Rubbers. Misses and children's, do.
" We resneetfully Invito all those wishing to purchase.
to call aud exaudue ur stock of goods, for them
selves. ..!-- - OUnHAitt ot GAKDJNEK.
Ravenna, Sept. 23, 'S4. ; .... ... . ,4rtf : ',
tj'OR SALfc. The subscriber has one su-
JD; perlnr toned Meloiteon manufactured ov Bishop
fChilds, Clevolnnd. Said Instrument Is entirely new.
our and athalf octaves; wjlLselltt at a bsrgalo. H
may be een by calling oa:1.-..: . . ' . . . .
.- it . s ' )AMK(i TWITT,
Ravenna, Sepf, Kth, 18S4.' - Ravenna, Ohio.
NOTICE-Dr.'. B.',' MORTON,, would" In
form bis friend and tjie aubllo, that be has aooved
hit office, to his Dwelling House, oa Mala St., nearly
opposite the Town Hall.taKaveuna, wheto he ready to
attend to an the nail Ionia profession.
August 16, 'M. ; sTiT-tf
CUTLERY of every descoiption kept con
atantly oa hand, at B. T. RiouBMoa.
DItY GOODS, &C.
Full aid Winter Oed
T O WELL. WITTER ec . VO-. , No
At Phoenix Block, ar bow rauiviag lluir irsl tn-1
aulinrnt of general aaorla,wt uf gods aaaplec) t
m mu ana wiuier irsoo, wiucK av aea arlected
with great care in Bostou aud New York, within the
una wcuaa, ana are rfrM u offer then to 1
Uir castoaier aud the publi, gouaraU,. frr rewty
ihij .r atipru'eu auon creuiis at pnea whlck defy i i BMUal of ProoerU iuaaraUJaa. I.
couitltioa, eoulag froov whatever quarter it a..v. I" i i&M rVK'yl
Allpor.!!. Ii, want of bargyia. ara.rcjurWe'd ta Avoaatof Proaartyfasarasl alar- '".".
T2l!rL i ..;.L.Whnl.aa.ounMnau.l.r, , .,
. . m aaas 'itit m iarw j -g
a raini' :mm m wm aiaLaa ak. . i
LADIES NOW IS YOUR TIME to buy
merino's, aad roa will Slid than, of all color, and
at rrlces lower Ulan you ever heard of before, ( all
ana ace then, sad you wHI lie as re to get a dra at
: HOWELL (k-WITTKR S.
. Octobor 9th, 18S4. .
POBOURGS, TWILLED PERSfANS,
llutoa.tnerlao tdalds; ntala and nluld OeBerae.
large stock of the above good just auutied and will be
sola al prices to suit tlie limes.
KOWKLL A WITTER,
Oct. 9th, 1854. ;.; ,
ALL WOOL DELAINES, on case just!
received, all colors, goud quality, and are being !'
siia at a les arice uiau was over uerore Known tu
Portag county. Call and get ome of them before
they are gone, at So. I, Pluenit Hlock.
ROWtLL os W1TTF.R.
October Mh, 1M4.
DLAID DRESS GOODS, silk plaids,
X Kitk and wool plutila. rottoa aud wont,- desirable
goods for lahlii's' dresses. Just opened and being sold
ut "bard tiuioe" nrie.s at
. KO.WKLLsV WlTTER'8.
October lh, IDS. ..... .: i . -
flLOTHS AND CASSIMERES farge
W assortment Just opened, which were purchased ex
tremely low, and will be sold accordincly. If yon
waut a bargain tu either call on '
fcOWELL & WITTER.
October 9th, VH5I. ' I !
EADY MADe"ci3thTnG FT yoI
want a coat, punts or vest, well made aud cheap
cull at No. 1, Phiciilx Block.
" :. i. HOWELL & WITTKR.
October 9t 1HM. ;
BONNETS, four cases Full and Winter
bonnets Just received, amongst which are super
awes, Katins and silk, assorted colors or lace. Hnr
enco aud other stylos, all of which will bo sold ut a
Ivory shii.ll advance front cost. '
October Mi, 18,1.
BONNET RIBBONS, a fiilissortirient
of Full or Wiiitjr stvlus, r'cived and selling low.
, KOWKLL d WITTER.
October, 9th, IHSt.
EMBROIDERIES the largest and best
assortment ever brought to this town, including
muslin and cvmbric collars, Cheiniettes anil tindur
sleeves, whichs will be sold at a trifle mtvnnce from
cost, at KOWELL dt WITTEK'S.
October 9th, 1834.
BLACK SILKS of every quality can he
found cheap at
KOWELL & WITTEK'S,
October 9th, 1854.
Kew Fall and Winter Moods. ,.
PHARLES GREENFIELDER, No. 3,
Vy Phieiitx IlkK'k, Kiivunmi, Ohio, la now opening the
arsest and best selected slock of retidv mude cluthlt sr
J. , j , , ,, rr ut.iiiniK ii uiii ma nuu win ii u ruceiveu U) iiieiiuouu.
furnishing goods ever olfered In Kavetmu, consist- ..Tlw Boy'.Story" Is a romautie narrat ve, II
ing In part of line black, brown mid blue dross, frock ! u.,tru,ingtl,l.orror of the Slave Trade, aa carried on
' 'k a ,1'."'"?' s 's'.?. 'li",""eM V"' Um ' ",t,,e Co"""" Af,i'' T' '"l"" '. served iu th"
L?, ',i . .. . ii ' . ' " '' W'" "Uld i avy-and the deacripUoiu uud cimraelers nre painted
cheaper than at any other house in town. - rrl(''l ,,er90lllll acquaintance with them. The .lory i,
uctooer lliii, Itut. , ; full of exciting interest and aovenlure as the celebra-
. t . . i ted work of Defoe, "Kobinson Crusoe," and has thoad-
A LAUUti AftaUMlMtilN 1 KJ1 V i&t,
Just received: black sutlu, fancy silk, cloth, cnsslincre
mid tweed vests, which i'uii he hail at the lowet possi
ble rates. KO. 3, PiltEMX. ELOCK..
October lllh, 1854.
PANTS Hlnrlr nnil F-inrv fnaimrrn
, ! V J a'?8imcrcs
.Satinets and 1 weeds, of nil colors und sizes, which
will be sold al a small advance from cost, at ' j
AO 3, PHtUMX BLOCK. ;
IT" ' " " ;
BURNISHING GOODS Comprisingfine ,
. white linen, fancv uml hli korv shli ts; also a large .
lot of wrappers, drawers, socks, ("loves, black and I'
fancy silk handkerchiefs, bhu k uml fancy stocks, nerk !
ties, suspenders, slilrt collars, trunks, valises, carpet'1
lings. iiiubrelUis,,itidiii rubber touts, leu-uins, . nil of
which 1 will sell cheaper than auv other bouse iu Por-
tago coliutv, at KO. 3, PlltESIX ULJCE. i
October 11th, 1854.
i Hardware ! Hardware '. !
1 rPHE subscriber takes nleusuro in savin?
I tha. ll0 ,la, how . mli ,B irfre !ui Im)St
plete stock Hardware ever olfered In Portage county;
comprising a full assortment of till articles usuullly
kopl In a Hardware Kiore, uud those of the host fluidi
ty and manufacture, which will be sold chenp for ready
pay, Aug. 28 '54' at K. T. Kit iiskdson's.
A LARGE and general assortment of Nails
Glass and House Trimmings of every variety, at
E, T. KiciunnsnM's.
IRON of every kind ' and size; Cast, Gor
man end Sprii.g Steel, Steel Sriugj, Axels, wagon
Boxes, cast and wrought Iron Anvils, solid box Vices,
Sludges, wrought Nuts nud Washers. Horseshoe Nails
und Nail rods at E.T. Ku n.vHnsoN,.
FARMER'S con now find at the Hardware
Store, Corn Sholle's, Hny and Straw Cutters, of
the tnost approved kinds, cheap as can bo purchased at
he Fuctory, Hay Knives, Shovels, Spades, Crow Bars.
Picks, Mullocks and Chains of every description, ut
E. T. KlUAKDSON.
MU LEY and S:ild7, Mill Saws, Cross Cut,
Ten nor uud Circnlnr Saws, of all- alaes, Hand,
Kip and Back Sat, s, of the very best quality uud IhiiMi,
r.t E. T. Jin moson.
CHAIN and Cast Iron Pumps, 3-8, 1-2, 3-4
l and i; in Loud pipe, Sheet Zinc, Spellers, liar
Tin, Kivila. Ate. . ! . " E.T. Kiciiamsok. .
I) IFLE Barrels and Trimings, Shot Guild,
IV and Kevulvers. E. T. K iiAHnsox.
C1 AHRIAflK' nnrl Harnpca Triinmliiiru Pi
lAlllUAUIi and fnef 1 rimmillgS, fd-
tent Hub Bund uud Patent Leutncr, constantly ou
hand,nt j ' . , Kichakdsom's.
; CARPENTERS, J
, JOINERS, Coopers Und
J all kiinlsofMcchiinic'sTools.utid Ihosuof the test;
qunlitv; Ctitlcrv of every description, curtain Uanils
aud fixtures. Paint Mills, new style; Bush Scythes, and
in fact most every kind of goods usually found in a
Hardware Store, button numerous to mention here, lo
which I most respectfully invite the nlteiitiou of the
public. No. 8. Phiciilx lilock, Kuvenna, Ohio.
Aitgust 28, 18,VL K;T Kn HAttnsrw
" " " . . .
ThC Fai'mCVS' FriClld. '
t-f A VP N n W rtM IJ VTt
HAVi, J(JV UN HANU the IllOSt Com
idete and desirable article for cutting stalks, httv.
straw, &c., there' Is in use, to which 1 respectfully in
vito the attention of the faruiersiitid tock ruisiur.com
mnhily. E. T. RICHAKDSOX.
October 10, 1854. 10-lf.
Groan no More.
ARE you ufHicted with pa
Eyes, Lungs, Breast, or Bo
ain in the Head,
owels, or Willi Lame
ness in the limbs, get u bottle of Root Gorman Oint
ment, su it thoroughly and be cured. If this oint
ment should not give satisfaction, after thorough ap
plication, the bottle may bo returned to Uie agent, ami
mo money retutiiied.
Agents: I.Swift, Ravenna; Dr. Earl, Frank lln;' and
sold bs one Agent in each towuseip. HlHin
Kuvenn-t Summit Mills.
THE undersigned have purchased of Mess
rs. Whittlesey the above well known Mills, are pra-
nnoml nf (ill IIuiab t, nnv lh l,ltfh,wt m..k.,t i..h. rrt.
WhAlt. lll,. Hvd. JCi Pkr,i,ill. o(,.r,lfn .riv,...
custou work. '
. We have in connection with the above opened 'it
FLOUR and FKF.I) STORE, nt tho rooms lately occu
pied by S. Day, opposite the Phrenlx Block, where can
lie found at all times KLOUH by the barrel or In sacks,
PEK1) of all descriptions. Also, PLASTER,
FISH, LIME, Ire. GKO. BUEL Co.
finvenna, AprilS, 1854. , . - .
Indianu Money Wanted!
WE Will take all Indiana money with one
of two exceptions, nt par for goods, or on ac
Prentiss, Horxm & Co.
Huvennn, Sept. i, 1854.
' 1 TVew Dining: Saloon. .
THE undersigned have opened a victualing
Saloon In this village In Uie New brick building
on Haiti Street, situated between tbo Hank and tlie
Town Hall. Their rooms are elegantly fitted up, and
neatness, order, sobriety and quiet will bo Uie order of
the day in their establishment. Refreshments wilt be
furnished promptly at all lioura. Tlio Saloon will be
constantly supplied With all the delicacies nt Hie sea
son, luch a Fish, Game, Oysters, 4-c. Xho Proprie
tors design that it shall be in the strictest aeoao a 'first
class Dining Saloon, whore the highest roajpectability
shall be maintained and where Genttemeu and Ladies
may enjoy a quiet retreat, and procure all such refresh,
ments, as the most aslduou care and painstaking can
furnish. , - ..; .i ,-, Of,' i '
- They design that their tulos hd regntatlons shad he,
so strict that ho one's Vliaracter, dignity, or respecta
bility U1 be compromised by visiting thoir Saloon', : .
' PloMe parties will e at all times furnished with re
frcahments. i s
Aeholoe lot of confectionary always on hand for sale.
- InjTbe Kulosn will b condnclnd on the strict tem
perance principle. ' McMASUB & BROTHKRS.
Ravenna, 8e)it 28, ISM. 492-tf
DISSOLUTION. The ce-pareT6hiiT" Ex
isting betweea th ubciiber, was- dlaaolved by
mutual consent, on the7th day of Auirust. IBM.
The business of the company, will be settled by either
or tnem. fcitso. somekvill,
; C0NPITKXN AND AFFAmsf
WaSbintOIlX'Uion IhsaraUC! Co
" ;Of CiEVELAKD, Q., TO JttV iilT, 1854.'
. ,. I
!. oT'PoHcle latued daring tuw aaat sli'
f"Trn0 ... Of Poll.'fe isul to date;
I . n r I j
Juiaanr J. lhM. .' ' t
Amtoiiit of deiKiii Mote rereiv
r- ' '
ed (roia Jaa.l. VAX. la eVia 'KM JUM
TSholc amount of Kotea; " -... a 8SJitlr,tll
Cask balaure tu Uvov ( Ctuaca-
tiy Jauuary 1, 1854. H,4d,U
ash Preaituia mretred froai . . .
that period to duw, . SS JG0,68
Amnant of losses jrald1 stuca' Jan
. uaryl.Wit,:,,.. ,
U'iLmi -.o . aaa.uta.T7
kxses svH toe, -i' $g.--mM ' -' '
KkMOUKUKai, JtLl 1, UM.
' ' Deposit Rote a SlxiVe,
- tJfa..V.4! .
t asb uaaiKU, .
Sundry Cash Items,
FARMERS' DEPARTMENT : '
OF TI)E ."
Washington Union Ineiirnnee Co.
. : .STATEMENT TO IV LT 1, 1854.
So. of Policies issued, B.I3C .
Amount Insured, ffi.nt.lH'.'.ti
Amount of deosit Notes In forces (71IUS,ja
Cash baluace, January 1st, IRK, Jlu,3Hi,D3
Cash pruaiiuuis from that period
to date, 3,116.48 ,.
Lease paid since Janunry 1 t, '54,
Balance In fuvnf ol CoinpniiV,
Losses not due by termof Policy $333,32
otner ciiiims are Known to exist.
. TOKo Assessment upon the deposit Notes of ciUior
Departnieiit lias ever . been required, aud thereon
dlllon and prospects of the office were never morv flut
tering. The company is legitimately a Mutual, but It
ulso issues Politics for a cash conslderaliuu iu full, at
tlie usual rates of sound stock office.
Gcorgfr Mygatt, 4Jleve'nd
1). H. rtimhani; frevlland
K. I . UucKus, .
A. 8. Sanford,
K. H. Kturgus, . Mansfield.
Timothy Baker, Norwulk.
Cyrus Premise, Ravenna.
John Clark, Brunswick.
J. P. Robinson, Bedford.
W. M. Powell, Ohio City.
Jacob Perkins, "
G. R. Neuter, "
O. X. Nkeels,
C. W; Cbok "
D. B. DUNHAM, Presi
tEO. Jt.hE.IEK, t,eno-
GEO. MYGATT, Vice
President and Treasur
er. Cleveland, JulV'l,lSS4.
4" Sin ' , ,
nil Agont ami Deputy
. ; Agent at Knvenna.
WILL BE PUBLISHED, OM TUB Irr AUGUST,
T II E C AllH BO Y'S 8Tony.
IA KaMI-Nl'TII'sl. KoMANCK OV INTKNSB 1NTKKRST, WV
"THK AllTllOB OF TH "PT Uorxoa," TBE "LiW-
ver's Stoky," Tint "Olo Doctok," d-c.i c.
fj HE success hitherto enjoyed by the au-
1 thor of tho ahovo popular works Is a sullleieut
I t., :n , . ..
vantage over Umt glorloua action, iuusiiiHch as il is
foumled on facts of every day occurrence. The hutorv
of the heroine of the Story, Zuhika, the Clrc.issiau
Slave, purihuscd ut Coiistiiutiuople, educuted and mar
ried by the reehless, yet chivulric. Seymour the cnni
aiiauder of the Albatross, Is siinnlv tho nurration of a
P"11""1 ff'" the life, and all the iiumerons cliarac-
tors portrayed tiirougliout the story are Vividly and
Tim publishers have alrcmily TucnlVed o'nlers Tor tbo
wholfl of the eilition it was originally their intention to
publish; consequently, they have been obliged largely
n increase-it; uud Uiey respectfully request that all
orders muy ho sent in ii mliately.
I,le' conlblently exjiect thai the work will create us
I""'1' Interest as any word of action, that has of late
years etuiiiia'cd from tlw press, as, 'notwithstanding,
9i',"'e ,UB publiccliou of "Uncle Tom's Onbin," works
relating to aluvery in America, pro and con, have been
numerous, none huve ajipeared having relation to the
system of litn-chiisiiig slaves on the' African Coast
written by one who has witnessed it In all its hideouB
deformity. The work la written In chaste and pure
language; and will bo a welcome und Instructive ad
dition to tlie family library.
'Hie work will form a beautiful octavo volume of 400
pages, handsomely illustrated with Hue engravings, and
elegantly bound iu cloth. Price, in cloth, one dollar;
iu paper, 75 cents; at which rates copies will'bo sentbv
the publishers to any part ofUio country, free of post
ajse. UjFor sale wholesale and retall by tlie publishers.
ELLSWORTH St STREET, ,
No. Si Bkknah Strbut, Iffcw York.
And by all the Booksellers throughout tlu United
States uml Brllish Provinces.
' OCTOBER APPOINTMENTS
DOCT. II. TUBUS,
. . Analytical Physician.
.Wi Lt.be iu attemlanee at his rooms as follows.
Ravenna Prentiss House, Wednesday und Thurs
day until 3 o'clock, P. M. 18lh and IWh Oi-t. .
Akron Cobb's Exchange, Tuwsilay l"th, October.
urren Gnskill House. Moii(lay,3d of October.
Cleveland American House, Thursday und Fridav
21st and 29il of Sept. - '
Those afflicted with Chronic diseases of the Liver,
Lung, Kidneys or Spleen, luftuuimatioiis, Hlieuiua
tism, Aathmii,Sliortnessof Breath ordifllenlty ofbrPnth
iug. Dyspepsia, dropsy, Weaknoss or Nervous disa
bilities, KostlossneStt, Loss of appetite. Constipation,
Derangement of the Stoniai h, Bilious Affectlilns, Grav
el, White Svellings,orany longstanding diseases, ure
No CiiAKiiK for CoNst'LTiTioN Dr. .T., neillior
bleeds nor blisters; nor is lie a Homa'pnthfst; hi never
usos Mercury, Arsenic Antimony, oraiiy other minorai
ns a medical agenlinor is he a Thompsoulan, he neither
steams orgives emi'tics. His theory of diseases differs
from all others thnt have been adopted, but not more
so than his system of treatment. Ho does not make
811 K """a"" '"' Honour down loiiuilil up again, nor
, allayauy uervou Irritation, by patching tip with uuo-
i ,lvnos. ,
j 'Patients slirmld mark well the dates tflvcn' above.
. I Our on tiro time being pre-engaged attendauco must
accord strictly with published announceinenU.
An unbiased opinion as to tins probability ofa cure
' always given, hulij.ictliig the patient to uo expense
I without reasonable prospect of success.
j ; . . PARALYSIS, i.
' Manv enqiilrorr being made concerning this forini.l-
; able disease, we select tor tho present report a letter
I rrom nun old and well known citizen of Portogo coun-
i ty, Ohio. It was written In December l&W.
i In n few instances since remedies have been tempo-
rarlly resorted to, by which lie has not onlv retained
I comlortablu health and powers of endurance, but thus
- I filP ...enni'd lillf irther uttiu lisof Pi,riilv.U! '
Dr. Tuuas: Having emiiloved your trv.itmoiit furl
sometime, I send Xou the result, which mu are ut
liboric' to publish for the benefit of others. I was taken
a ahoca of Piiralyris In February, 148- It only aft-ct-
which followed the shock become more severe, and ex-
tended over my system. After the. shock I wus still
il.lo lo-walk, but hud little strength; and my liiulis were
weak und numb. I udviscd w ith several physicians,
somo recoinmeiidi'd calomel, but Was r.ot rcjieved.
My general Iteullh wus very poor wheu 1 applied to you.
iu janunry, umi tnouii yov gave mo very mile encour-
ageinent lit the ti mo, 1 oht lined medicine and com-
meneed its uo. For the llrst two weeks 1 felt slightly
n,.,ntf, RLLVI ITM.i, llll'l w.i-nn in voiiiiiieitivii, nnu mis
conllniteij until I am able to labor most
now feel like a new mini .
Kootstown, Dee. , le.'iO.
Stoves for the People!
hj. ; S. CLUTE, would aay to the"- people of)
i J . Kiuenna and vicinity, that he lontlnues to carry j
,.,.,,'..,.. Tin .,,,1 'fihu.., Imn l.n.ln.u.. 1.. ull ll.l
.... ......... .... ... '" -".
brunches; and will furnisli as flood ware uaiiliv other
esiaoiisuincni, anu ascneap loo. ne win puy especial
sttontion to tlio iiianufacturingand putting up
1 roughs, and will do all work in that line as cheap and
J roughs, nnu will tlo all worK tnthi
a "leetlo" belter than any of the
"ono uorae" nn
hnn trnvi'llnir nhonLtlin I'mintrv
All ware mude a no sold at tins estuoiisiiinoni, win i
ha nf the viirv hMU luntertuls. aud done in til most
work mnnllltn miinner mil, wamillted. fie Ittteinla
keep on hand a general assortment of .STOVES and
HOLLOW VTARK.ofUioverylalestand best putterna,
andnt prices thatdery competition. Old CoppOBrBraas,
Pewter, Rags, and most kinds ot country produce re -
ecived In payment. Repairing of all kiudadone on
short notice - ' '.
His shop is on the south side o .Main St., lust across
from the Pho-uix Block, Ravcuua, Ohio. Just call in
work und nrice
.JOUN S. CLUTii.
RaVcnna, Sept. 11; IPS4.
r,,? ,.. , probate' ladtlec."" :-J . :
1VTOTICE is hereb given toaifpeVsons'iii-"
i l. forested, lhal Uib Executors and Adinlnlstrstors
on tho following estates, luive nresented to tlie Court
of Probate, for the county of Portage, 1n the State of
umo, tneir .several settlement cecauul which, aro
plueed on file la tha office of the ludgo of said Court
and continued for the.4neotlon and exception nf all
persons Interested, until. Monday, the 6tb.dAX.jOf No
vember, A. a.18.14, to'wltt .U'f. -- ' .--J
Khoda J. Law Estate, final asttlraientr aV-.'i
tBent,4?Htthe: '"; -' do "do " .
,U.6tem,." TM jt c.j T'tl.'
David JuggerS" ,v .,,' T
t J,.ipudonrt ,tcj t!lJ t-: :ti tsw ,
(iiciiiiiaons-T tJ - - .. ow ,-'...
iiahMI Fools! f.'f1 u3i& ,rtlVi- -8.C.
Sear C'dlan to J. lllneef do, , r,.'fl''"te.i I
4t. ; Jones" tt.T.O. Jones ats do ' " '
. M Morton "to M A Morton lc alsrto -'n'i S i ' !
'" Attest, LUTHER L. BROWS, Probate Judge. (
?Kateoiia,Octad, lr04v-r-3t, t '-i tv - i
A Oood Kuggy
FOR Sale, cheap. Good wood will be
taken In pay. Knqulro of
Ravenna, BepU IS, '44. D. M. 85viLkaK
NewUtd.t i JkaramwUiaace.
1ANI BARGAINS FOR TUE.' JSlXJOIf .
Mai) we iarv awTOuntted wiUKrerf-
Uilng beautiful to eaokt; avarytMng to Ira, asa
n or rrati'T the tastes
ia aapruanag oai (aoeatva-
hav aaaaavarad to sal act
will bear examination, w eocisider the taiecaat f
oastuasarsaadasirowa aatileutiaal. -u h f ..
Our Hpring and Summer areas good ara varioaa, arw
htactiig PtaW mih Laarwa, Harege, IsLBlankaailtaa
ttllk Poplin of aa rallra aew.atyle, plaia, Maj aaaaV
style of fabric, also vert rfsb-orsv ssv. '
Ruvenna, April 17, 18i4. .
: ..-,- . . i. ' '' , Jttr-
yE.;ixh particularly U call .aMtoUe ta
Vr arnUr4y aew aamrtaiiivnrdrct.i-r, Iftarta
raskswtaew.atyleaoffaneyandeoaiasaa War. Ovar
20 Dining Tea aels, the folWwUiglW will gSraaoaaaal
to rartctica: . - .J v-i. -V1; !' v. J ;iv;
" Dining and Tea act a Ulster Band Wire; la 1
Utter rpHT do Malbsny MaiMaay ot V 4a
bite Granite do; tlo do Flowery af ilbaryf t Tea aaat
freecb China, tiSJNr. Tea sets do dot IS A; I
English do ,uu; iTaaaot Kagtlahxto aeaj.tw)
and Basins, covered Dishes, Teapots, Sugirt, Craaa.
era, PitcsMra, Bowl, all aire Plwls, aaaea Jtsa.
es, grave Boots, pickle IHshe,Pio plataa, Japataa
PUttera, eko.- ' -'' - ' t'
GLASS WARE A-tptindtd iuraprliMt
of GtaHWaasir'Tuaiblar f t- waas ta Vit
Kuiim 'l):l...a Mb Kti.,U In and foAlMli flinlai
asweiltshestroiBMcanai to tSfCandta lUrki.taVaaft
nail. Pepper and Mustard pots. at. . , i .
Thoae who wish any thing ta 0 C rwe err rtaa
Ware ioa, that ut uefulu4 ornaaanUt aa MsVHat
UicrloTeof J. H. BesrWa-k at Ca.
OARPETING We tave fersafe wotri. tM
or twelve pieces of OaryMtsag frara SS- aeatta tl.
Iu these day of progression it I car thing a aaa
bare floors, niucb labor 1 saved by baring loan aaa
pcted, besidea bainr as ore coiaXor labia, a nab aaa
mental.' Kone shouliUfail to hav a Carpet, aaa thai
place tn tnry Isat th (tor af . J. lsS.Baamrtcs 4k Cm
PRICES REDUCED TAKB' NOTICE!
X After this day, Juue- juthn.wa wtU MI Baraga
lieljilns nt city price, snch aa hsve' bees elUng at M
cu, can he ttougkt for l2J,Sctofor !, and aiaar pvt.
. cos reduced in nronortion. It shere any who will aot
t Ukeadvajitngoof such bargaiis;
TAERE is an old saying fmight M wall U
outoi th4 world aa aatoftha kuLlneV' aa tWa
will presume !9 te seen without Um lataat style of Col
lars, Uadersiaavtt, Cudtu H'dkfc, fai das t took ta
the aoM wisjIo-a.otJi U. Boslwlck ak Co., aaa as
PRINTS worth 13 cents aelJiriVfoT 10;
now is the time for those who aratrataak eoiored
Prints for 10 cents; wo will positively aell. nfek prlals)
as cost Pi to 10 1, and tat one dliae perysi,aoaiaaa4
see and be couviuced, .l.,s,.,',,i,j)
PLEASE take notice that Mtintil!fl.ar to
be worn this Summer, they are without doubt taw
tilings, plain aud Hgu'd Silks wlU few anaJasV takt is
the place to find Ihcuvaud tht fringes to tn&lch exastUl
also Koaette '1'asaebi, uo Mantilla, la.6liwWl
one. . . . , . .
10 lovers of Blapk Tea. Thii W
I to et a flue nualitv of Black Tea. w fcava tberaal
lr.i.i. nli..,- ii TM ik.i i. ulina Waaahl
I to this inurket. It has a peculiar rick lav or not to M
ouudlHany other kind. Give It atrial. ' -
...' : ,. Jem) a. Baarwm Co.
i T)LACK SILKS Ah! this.ia.the place for
IJ bargain In that line no one who reads tots aavar.
tisemctit, should full to tookat onr sllka, and moreorel
to, purchaae. for - we can eonscientlouala aay Iktf at
the ehuapestlutowu Xry us.
MOURNING LAWN-S, Tissues, with
Satin Stripes, Barege DeLalnea: and a great varie
ty of other desirable mourning gooda. Mourning CoU
Inrs, t'liderslueves. Cheuilaetta sad Handkerchiefs,
Ribbons, Bonnets, die. . it :..tv.;-,""'."
BONNETS AT COST We will actual,
ly sett what. Kouueta. wa have on kand at eost.
Those w ho have uot parchased yet, will nod the aaat
bsrpiinsat ' J. H. Bascacm 6'a.
PIANO COVERS A, reajly- Isweiitiful
X cloth Duistte4 IJiau ooi'er, oen, be nuiod at Ut
Store of Jt Hi. BusxvrKl Co.
BY the way whoever wants the moat beau
tiful style of Crockery In Ohio, had better -soma
soon, for it is going off untaxing fast. Oou't forget loa
Hue assortment of Glass Ware.
, J. H. Boswicaf Ca.
OIL CLOTHS for halls, Jugs, Mat, c,
at J. H. Bostwick ck Co.
BR OA I CLOTHS, Cassime'res, Satin'and
Fig'd Vestings, and every thing imaginable far
gentlemen's wenr. We aim do it up brown, blaoaor,
any oilier color for you. V ' h
GREEN TEAS for 50 cenU,'tjb yer beat
that Ravenna can produce at
Joaa H. Bosvarick akCo.
Jnnc 8, 1831.,: , '
SECOND ARRIVAL OF SUMMER GOODS AT IBS
SHAtERSVILLE CHEAP STOKK." "
A V. HORR & Co., have this day ca.
IX , meneed receiving their aecond latoteaof taav
mor goods, among which may be (bund a urge, stock
of Carncts. Bojineau Bounet Ktbboas, Man tit bat
and colored, plain black Silks, black and eeloresl
Brocade dot long and abort black, Mttta blaok aUK
Shawls, wall Pu.per, window Shades, co.
And in addition to tlie above fact, are mackfed ahaaa
and going like the ruoruVug dew. CaU aadudga k
yourselves. . . . .. ,, r
BONNETS Ladiea you will aace Htoatey
by calling at the Shalersville Cheap 8 toroand go
Inganew Bonnet. A grat variety Jost priced, and too
newest styles selling cheap. A. V. HOKR A Co.
TEWELRY Gold Ear Rings and finger
J Kings; Gold Pius and chains; Watcbee, Silver ta
ble and ten spoons, silver TUtinblos; a large (took yaati
received and selling very cheap, -A. V, HOKK If Co.
T ADIE'S HOISERY-
-Ladiea White Hom
J i selling a
selling at 6i cents per pair, at tho, ShalersvUlO
KEEP COOL 1,000 Fans just ireoetvad
and selling at3 centa a piece; also some alee onea
lor more money. A. V.Hoan Co,
SHOEb We . have received our atock of
Boots and shoes, consisting of all styles for ladles,
girls, gents, boys and eliildronHwenr, We sell thee
very cheap and fast. A. V. HOKK 4 Co,
; ; . i r l . I .' i pi .
"THAT Ticking at oBe shi.liBir ,per yard
X woiili in cents; throe casos just ree'd; also good
Fuutliure ou hand. :.. . - A. Y. Hoaa AOo.
fiPD FISH, 4000 lbs of print. lar Cod
V Pish, just ree'd. A. V.Hoaa k Co.
I'1 II REE cases Lawns, the best that can ba
. , found for oue shilling par yard, tart ree'd by
A. V. HORR ec Co.
T7IFTY CENTS will buy at the Shalara-
JL vllle cheap Store, a better Law Dress patten,
thun cau be had at any other flsUblishnteot; fast Col
or... . A. V.HoaadkCa,
SILKS A large atock of Black, Brocade,
striped, plaid. Kotilarid Silks worth 0 eta, aowo
fered ut 4s Gd, uow isyocr U-aetobuy; a pllejuavne'4,
A. V. Hoaa Ou.
aft DOZEN Svthes just received, and for
) lllo Dy ' J A. V. Ho7 ei Co,
TORSE RAKES, for Vale. " V
11 - Juty3'IM. , a.V.HoKBACo.
T INEN COATS Good onea at one dol-
Jj lareach. . ; A. Y. AORR ek Co.
itt itl'TL' vrcrj ... TS.". I
V MllJk r l&li ana irout, Tf
j T half bbl. and pound. ; ;'JA. V.
(lAITER BopTSThree.case. Juat w-
cetv'ed, a good article, selling at one dollar pat
A.V. Hoaa Co.
POUR Cases Ticking," best quality, sellinf
JmSiy-' 1 -j ,
QAHf YARDS Carpetinff lut rtK8red
.I II II I . . r
.uuu auuwr saw at a small ao Vance aoove
ft .it ii
AV Hoaa r Co.
' LOCKSWe hava juat received a htrga
, j ,rtm,nl. . nm . . v j. r"
i . ... , -l-y
will T PKING Glasses all aires just
anu selling cueap i
to T" ' . i . ' -;' t '.' - I' ' ' ' ' ' V
, . Sash lllld JDliUIM Un-i p il
ml,,' , .f: , "' f ".. " . .
i 'I'llJts euparribers, eep CODUntly OO MBd
1 -L Window Rash ot nearly all alaea manufactured la
i the neatost and suoat auhstanlisj. maanar, aa will
j make to order Blinds on the shortest notice. They la-
I vito tliosetn want of thesa artlcleslo tall anaaiamlae
their manufactures before purchasing elsewhere, t
" xhAn n n,sr w,rt-iiimeiiv sns, nriinnio hioc.k. sms,
Pariuel'sStt)iiHm.!l , .,!, BROVMak PARH.
Itrer conic, flHt ScrviiAi"
1HIOSE Book Cases have arrived at last,
please oall and se them,"thy -wtll pay the t roa Wa.
vfe have also, a flue lot of parlor 9 utultore.ea tho
road, aewf styles wHI he here next week; alao, 04 plo
turas of di(Trnt kinds; else, a. -quantity tat Loetaof
Glass plate, those baving frame minua the plata, oaa
hat tuoau, ailed At u lira..hy calling at ' -J"J
Gairrt BosTwiea'., ,
Jnne , 185 9. ' .. rtioenia BteA;
tor aalebythebbJ.orrallon, at)iaaat Ga
. Boot' She d Leather Store. - Tanner' tsb
ing to exchange LeUw ttr PU, Will find U te their.
arrest to given a can:." "
ft .ViO B'. onb a as, n-pim mi - ' . i
WK aro laVlnfacturing ateauer W Biepurpo of
. heating Milk Wash water, at)4 TaluaeMa
Mr which the are so eonreuien t,
NOTICE R. A. Baird having formed ft
eo-partnerahlp -with J. Bewaj of Frankltn, 4I
eonllnao boatnea a before, al tbo old atand la AUeHt
Bhxk, nader th nam and Iras of B. A SU4,j, (,9