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t couldn't toll ken or hero.
But now boU th tliuo and plat I remembar,
( tha very mat trow,)
At eertaiB fcotet t tk of neoebr,
- W m.t In tb hall, I guMS "., .- , ,
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And oar Bj tgo,tb7 met, I gue.
ThlkInwoul4 moke a food partaerfor tills,
BiU.hVi ook'd by another, I a' pose,
AnaYrp.rksf Iba poor follow' In wan of a wife,
6f-1iraufelypropo5 1 ' 1
i'ir' Gnodneknow, .
Ait wtt, I did mora than propooa.
Bi& thlnka'tva w. JU after tit It's t pity
Thaack, Uuujtf I, If b.o corae to on to the city,
mtW2W! ". ,'
- - Will rue It;
rwyaelf he'll ruolt.
But If I' wtttaBir lion" ke wanti, Iny
laoa.lj to wln ortoloic; :
A ad Hu n K ha't fbreed at laet to ahaolre her,
1U rlcp rttbt lit his thoee,
lH te right into bhahoea.
BxtraoraUArw Snpcrrtlin in
An inatanr.e oClhf intense feelings of su-
a . .
perstitten which pervades the ignorant among
our rtftilOmilation in the west of England
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occurred-' St Northlew last week, home
.ipsejs having encamped in the neighbor
hood, one of the femule members of the
tribe ascertained from the wife of a farm la
borer that she had a daughter in the last
stage of consumption. The gipsy repre-
...i.J It.t ll, ,I,;M Karl hAnn . ho vu UphoA "
and that i she could rule the spell, which:
would effect a euro, for two sovereigns. The
mother of the child cheerfully paid the mon
ey, but next day the wily gipsy returned it,
and said it was not sufficient, but twenty,
puonrts more in gold would do it. The cot
tager's wife, in her native simplicity, went
and borrowed ten pounds from a neighbor,
and, tvith another ten sovereigns she had in .
the house saved from her husband's earn
Jng8,ad.ded the twenty pounds to the two
poundtvalreatly in the gipsey's hands. Soon !
as the money was paid, the affrighted wo
man was bound over to secrecy by the gipsy,
who Aiambled out a few disjointed texts of
Scripture, and left with the promise that the
child,',vronld be cured on the following Fri
day, when an angel would appear and return
the money. Since that time, however, it is
needless to add, neither gipsey nor money
have ttirned 'up, altho&gh the impoverished
husband and the police have been daily on
the lookout for the cipsy imposter. On Sun
day ilast another specimen of deep-rooted
superstition was presented within the porch
of the western door at Exeter Cathedral.
As th congregatton were leaving the church
a decrrpid old woman took up a position
withjh the porch, bearing a begging petition,
setting forth that she had been attacked by
a paralytic ' seizure, and had been recom
mended by "the wise woman" to get a pen
ny each, .from, forty single men on leaving
the church, and her infirmity would by this I
chartn be banished forever. I
Girls, let me tell you a stubborn truth. No,
young "woman ever looked so well to a sen
sible man as when dressed in a neat, plain-
modest attire, without a single ornament a
bout her person. She looks then as though
she possessed worth in herself and needed no
artificial rigging to enhance her value.
If a young lady would spend as much time
in cultivating her mind, training her temper,
and cherishing kindness, meekness, mercy
and otaer. good qualities, as most of them do
in etfra" dress and ornaments to increase
theirpesooal charms, she would at a glance
be known among a thousand. Her character
would be read in her countenance.
The. Yankee ahd tub Dandy. Some
months since, at dinner, on board of one of
the Western Steamers, a live yankee and a
dandy sat directly opposite each other at the
table. : After the captain said grace the dan-;
dy threw himself back on his dignity, and
called out in a pompous tone to the waiter.
"You waitaw, bring me the supportah of a
young female hen, a fresh laid hegg, and rub
the bottom of my plate with a specimen of
fruit vulgarly called an onion, which will
givee me dannah a delicious flavor.
The Yankee quietly drew himself back in
imitation of his opposite neighbor, and in a
nasal tone called out
"Yeou all-fired, dod-blasted, dod-rabited
peaky; lookin little tuned black nigger!
fetch me a peck ov corn, a bundle of fodder,
and Tub me down with a brick-bat while I
Men ceased to think of masticating while
an uproarious yell arose which fairly shook
tht caVict. during which the dandy was seen
streaking out of the door with a finger in
cacBvjari"" - . ''
r A Fact. If you want to learn the
Talus f a .dollar, go and labor two days in
the Btirnmg sun as a i.od earner. 1 his is
an excellent idea; and if many of our young
genUaraenjhsd to earn their dollars in that
wayV'trDW touCb less -dissipation and crime
w would witness every day! So ol our
fashwnable oung , ladies, if they, like some
of th poor seamstresses of our large cities,
had to1 earn their dollars by making shirt
at tXvtMw.jK9 fl.ttWI.
wouU ba seen about taera; how much more
trutbTuT notion would they have of the du
ties if jlfs,'a
of the world. .a.. :
V BifBi6kA:3ittW girj; about-fivf
the r'oof'"ag with the jitrethniis mp
plicatioitfocTarjHngtti her. mother Badbec.;
dtstaineerlrtw mhltpmjritfbtotim stoti't yobo
think thati If he' lived' nearer to.feod oe
wouldn't have to talk so loud.' Th Flag.
Will ke MTeMil fartaeraaaoe.caaMBt, la roowi
V i . DARIUS LYMAN, ;V'
AUoraeyotLair, Rt(1, Portwe Ceeety, ots-
Uttee I the ond ef Block, over Ue
Sure f Rowell, Wlitee Co. " '
i. In BAHKT. TATtOE.
: RANNEV St TAYLOR,
Altororveoad Coomwllore t d Bollrltoee la
Chuneen. OWceln ynmn'' Block. p ef Ire.
I.T.BIERCB. t. W.JErrBIES.
BIERCE & JEFFRIES,
Attornlnet Law. Ottice la the Keelourioflhe PbccnU
Block, up rin.
Attorney el Law, BeTcnna. Ohio. OWce attlie Grand
Jnry Koniu.lu Ihe C'onrt Hou
Attonier at Law. and iSotarr Public. Offlce I the i
( eart Houc, Kavgnna, Ohio. . ?t
A. BIERCE. I P. B. COHAKT.
BIERCE &' COXANT,
Altorn.M at Law. Offlce 5o. 3, Phoenix Blot B Ka
A. II. TIDBAUU
PiiTncuii and Si anion; ulllce at the tand formerly
orcapird ly Dr. Wobh. Freedom, PorUgw Co., O.
FiTpratt, m. d., -
Physician and SurRcon. Office In F. W. Soymour't
buildini on Uio public aqiture, nearly opiwsite the
Court Hnnsc, Ravenna, Ohio.
DOCTOR W. CLARK,
Him removed to Franklin Mill. Reiidrnee on the
corner, a few doom South of Ike Epiacopal Church.
Murili 18. 13.
M. RICE, M. D,
Kclectie Phylilan and Surgeon. Pulmyra. PorUitro
county, Oiiio. Mercury, Antimony and Blood lot
tine are recanted ae Injurloiin.
J. SMITH, M. D.,
Phjslcliin RiidSureeoii, Palmyra, Portaee County, O.
ISAAC COWLES, M. D.,
PliTniclan and Sursenn, Palinvra, Portage county, 0.
Offlce at hi llms Slorv.
: E. Z.
brows. If. w.
BROWN & Sl'AKK.
1 Manufacturers and Dealers In Pino Window Sash and ;
llliiids, a Tew rods directly north of Phuiiix Block I
near Parmele'a Mill. Kavenna, O. ,
J. E. WILLIAMS, P. If. BABCOCK, H. HIT.D.JB
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jovs, cie. Also iTiaiinutviures oi mo m-si qiouii;
ofConreetl ries, No P3 Superior .St., CleTelnnd.O. i
H. L. DAY,
Deil,cr,nFtnp,cld F.11)fJrry Goods, on the Public
ROWELL. WITTER & CO,,
Donlern in Stn.o and Fancy lry Goods, Crockery,
M jtrd wnro, Uootn and Slioe, etc.. at tlic old stand of S.
PRENTISS, HOPKINS &. CO
Pnler in SUijde anl Fttncy Dry Goods Crockery,
iiuruwuru, ace, wcsisiue ui sno ruoitc square, tiu
F. W. SEYMOUR,
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Ready Made
Clothing. Hardware, ckc, uorth side of Public
Square, Kavenna, O.
II. W. SMITH & CO.,
Wholesale and RotaH denlers In Groceries and Provi
sions, In Collins Hoitat Block. Kavenna. Ohio.
A. V. IIORR
Dealer In Stnjilu nnd Fancy Dry Goods, Crockery,
Hardware, dec, Slmlersvilln, Portage county Ohio.
Dealer In' Drug and Medicines, together with Flour,
SalUete., in Soyinour's Block. Huvcnna. Ohio.
Dealer ill Drugs and Medicines, north sido of Public !
Square. Kavenna, Ohio.
Watch Maker, Jeweler, and dealer in Clocks, Watch
es. Jewelry and Musical instruments; No. 3, Pua-.
uix Block, Ravenna, Ohio.
in Fore'gn and Domestic Hardware, Snd.
dlery, die. Fruzer's Block opposite the Bank, Main
St., Kavenna, O.
AND GENERAL STAGE OFFICE,
By WILLIAM M. FOI.GER, Ravenna, Portage Co., O.
By.IOHND.SSYDKK,iinmedlalely Westof the Court
House, Canton, Ohio.
T. RICHARDSON. 1
1 e?ler in Foreign and Domes ic Hardware, Iron, Steel ,
Nails, Glass. e., No. 8, Phunu Block, Kavy,,,,B),
Jlldi ; 1'9L j
iiiviiricTrT ,n . ,,"" , .,,s , '
MANUFACTl RLR of Boots nnd Shoes, of all kinds, ,
mo uours soiiiii oi me i.onri nous;, in 1110 suop lor- i
merly occupied by Andrew McBride, Ravenna.
E. H. WAIT, M. I). I). S. HALL, M. D.
WAIT & HALL,
Physicians and Surgeons, Ravenna, Chlo. Office at
tho residence of Dr. VVnit. Main St. .
3. HAYES, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon, oOiee second door East of Es
ty's Exchange, Shulersvillc, Ohio.
D. M. SOJIMERVILLE. E. B. "Reeves.
SOMMERVILLE &. REEVES
Merchant Tailors Nenrlv opposite the Bank, Raven
naOhin. August th, 1K4.
COLLINS, BELDING & PRENTICE?
Physicians and Surgeons. Office in tho Plwnix Block,
over Rowell, Witter & Co., Store, Ravenna, Ohio.
CKO. BIEL Sc CO.,
PROPRIETORS Ravenna Summit Mills,
-L and Dealers in Produce, Salt, Plaster, Flour,
I eed, etc., at the rooms lately occupied by S. Day, op
posite tiu Pho?iiix Block, Ruvenna, Ohio.
Win. IS. Johnson,
CJ URGICAL AND MECHAN-i
ICAL DENTIST will perform all op-
aerations connected with profession in the j
most approved style or modern Dentistry, leeth from ,
one to full sets inserted, single or In blocks, in a mnn. j
tier that will avoid that unnatural appouruuee too
common in Dental Substitutes. Mr. J., intends ma
king Kuvennu his permanent residence, and guaran
tee satisfaction to nil those who may favor liim with
their patronugo. Otllce over F. W. Seymour's Store.
REFtKRESi s that may be consulted by luttor or oth
erwise. Dr. K. Sheldon, Troy, Geauga counnty; Drs.
Harlow Curtis, nnd Vincent, H. Tin lor and C. T.
Bl.ikesloe, Chagrin Falls; Rev. D. H.Aliller, Chester.
Ruvenna May 1, 1S54. 403-tf
MATTHEW'S Dagaerien Rooms, at Sey- j
.JA inour's Block, on Main St. Iho rooms arc I
inrge nnd pleasant, and the arrangement of light, for
taking good, clear una nne liKcnesses, in tire most care
ful munner, cannot be excelled. No other rooms shall
produce liner specimens of the art than ut mine.
Every variety, style und tiuishufCasesfor Miniatures
Person) wishing to send their likenesses to their
friends by mail, can And cases expressly for the pur
pose. WM. B.MATTHEWS.
Ravenna, Augnst 22, '54. 477-tl
NEW CABINET FURNITURE.
3 floors East ot' the Phtenix Block.
THE Subscriber having gone into the Fur
niture business very extensively, is prepared to
furnish his customers with Furniture of the latest and
As I have on hand and am receiving daily from the
well known establishment of M. De merest of Free
dom, a largcassorlment of rich and and common Fur
niture of every description, to numerous to particular
ize, all of which in style and workmanship ir warrant
ed to be equal to any in this market.
My facilities for manufacturing and buying n.JU0t
equalled by anvothur establishment, eonseauehtlv I am
selling In furniture dealers, and all other) much cheap
er than car be bought elsewhere
Those who are furnishing Houses are particularly
invited to call and examine for themselves, aa the Fur
niture will recommend Itself to all who are Judges.
P. R. I keep constantly on hand Dressed Flooring;
also, Sash, Blinds and Doors of my own manufacture. .
I am prepared to plane, tongue snd groove Flooring
under 14 inches wide, of any thicksets, at short notice.
Ravenna, Jun SO, 1854. J.V.TURNHAM. . ,
. Sash nnd Blinds. . r
THE. subscribers keep constantly on hand
Window Saab of nearly all aizea uunufaclared in
the neatest and most substantial manner, and will
make to order Blinds on the shortest notice. . They in
vite those in want of these artielesto call and examine
their msnufactarea before nurcnaaina hIm1wm.
Shop. tew rods directly Narth of .Unaio Block, near
rarme-nre nteawrmiir. -mkows SPAKH
" Firs! come, first Served. '
rptidSB Cook 'Case, have arrived" at last,
JL please call and ae them, they will pay that rouble.
, W have also, Una- lot ot parlor F urnilure, on the
road, sew styles.wiU be bore neat week; also, 809 pie
tprea of different kinds; also, qnsnlity of Looking
tlaaa ptaie, utosa Having trainee, minus wi. Bute, can
bar them filled at any time, by calling at" - ,. .
,X , wm a Bowh'.
tlTAffTF-D, Six! er eight rood Talloreaa Olrla.
W May 22, 1854. DALHYMPLK c MVfiVOW,
- GROCERIES, &C.
. jFr Spring Trade.".
GROCERIES and Proviaioni it Whole-
VT Ml. and Ketail. The BBbeerlber. reepectforty tn
Tltelke ottentina of Merchaala tkroroiu Ikeeoaaty
of f octnra, aa4 Um trade re rally, to their etock of
GHOChKIES keptwooetaally on tend, and te which
dtlltioB. are daily auide. Our atock eomprlaeo every
Uilnt uaually kepi in faroeery aad Pro.ialou hWtaUik
mcuta, whKb we are prepared to aell aa low aa any
hoaaetalb eonnly. Being working Blcn oareelrea
we defy eomctilliBi .
Feeliuc rrUiful to our frWoda for their liberal pa.
tronace extended to at, we aaMire them tbal we can
them creator IndacemenU thi. weao, thaa before.
The fullowinj coaipriaea a porUon of our atock s
Rloand Lacuara, Cuba, and Old GoTernment Jata.
N. O. and P, K. umr; Gmnilated do; Powdered
do ) Crushed do; B. and C. Coffee do: Double refined
Loaf snrnr. New Orleans Molaates; Cardenas do;
(ireeB it Sluaru ayrup;
if ICEI. ,i
Clnreat Natuieca; (iincer; Mace; Box Mustard;
Caa do; Pepper taucc( Caasia; Ground PepMr,6pioa
F B V I T 8 .
Boxea M R Ralalns: Layer do; Cluster do; Seed,
less do; Boxes and Tiruin. Fics ; Almnnds; Brazil
Nut; Filberts; Knfrllah Walnuts; Pea Nuts; Cocoa
Nutr, Linuoriee; Olive Oil; 1-einoDS and Oranges.
Yonnc Hyson; Gunpowder; Imperial; Old Hyson;
Codflsh; Mncnerel; Wbitethh; Trout; Pickerel; Ko.
1 and Sculed Herring.
Kentucky. Six Twist; Sweet Cavendish; Baltimore
spun; a general assortment of Rue cut chewing; Tin
roil, tine cut i and i lb papers smoking; Wurniik &
Bryan's can; SutuUh, half Spanish and coiuuiuo Ci
gars; Snuff, &c.
SOAP AND CANDLES.
I Fancy Shavlne Snap; B:ir do. do; Bnra'ell's chem.
wash. do. No. 1 Washing do; Adamantine do; White
j bar do: btar Caudlec; Sperm do; Sluariue do; Tallow
Linseed; Sperm: Lard: Sweet.
Bod cords; Painted Paih; Tubs; British Lustre;
Copperas; Alum; Cluilk; Jiosin; Tar; Madder; fun
dlewiek; W nipping twine; Cordage; Indigo; Pickles;
Sardines; Tapioca; Maecuronl; liice Sour; Baskets;
Whip Lindics; Crenm 'i'artur; Sup. Carb. Soda; Sal
Smlii; TarUiric Acid; Wliiiing; Putty; Flour Sulphur;
('ttar; allpelrt; nailing; spruce inun; niaeaiug:
Glusswarc; Stoneware; Paper; Ink; Brooms; Lime;
Mutches; Powder: Candies; huler.itus; March; Jiiiglish
nt Pea; Osage Orange Seed, for Hedges; Toys; Wal-
lets; SiihB Boxes; Steel Pens; Lead Pencils; Slates;
Slate Pencils; -Mop Handles; Fuucots, ike.
Flour: Buckwheat do; CornMcnl; Potatoes; Vin
egar; Means l'ri'd Beet; Lard; Hums; Shoulders;
rish; Butter; lurnips; Peas; Corneal Deef;
frilCs: Mulllu MolllHSes: llo. Slliriir! HotlOV. iVc.
Villi... ..It. , .',11, .11., 1, .IbEl, WIIIIFlin, Ul VI-
cj . - - - i
Ve shufl keep our assortment fresh and full through.
out the season, and solicit uti exaiuluation from auy
one disposed to purchase
11. Ui lttllllfl ml Mllll, PI VUlllltl lUIIUIT,
ortaken in oxehuugu for Good, ut rates which will be
satisfactory. " H V. SMITH & CO.
Raveiiun, pri 13ih, 1Pi3
TR. A. A. Harris has associat-
with him in tho practice of Den
tistry. Dr. J. It. Willis, and they have
fitted np rooms in the I'lKruix Block, cast end over
Wii-ii.inUfot' Hardware Store, for the nurnoseof carry.
' ing on the Dental business in its various branches, mid
j to offer u generous public the latest improvement In
Asthev arenerinanentlv located in Ravenna, all those
wishing work doneby tiiein can depend on having their
work done in a proper manner; such as whole Setts
of Teeth, minor Setts, partial Setts, Teeth cleansed,
and till with Gold Foil, crystalized Gold, Tin Foil,
Teeth extracted with the use of chloroform or without.
They have a preparation fordestroyingthe nerve of ach
ing teeths nod will perforin all other work incident to
We intend to free ourselves from all impositions
practice by pretenders. Wo will be governed In our
practice strictly by principle, und wil not knowingly,
perform an ,' operations wrong, no matter how strongly
solicited or what the inducement may be.
All operations performed on the teeth In our oHIoc,
will bo warranted and no person is required to take or
pav for work unless perfect satisfaction is given.
Raveena. March 14. 1R54. 4.15-tr
10-5 Superior St., Cleveland.
SCU iT FRAKKtitN MILLS, OIIIO.
the earnest solicitations, of many of
the citizens oi Franklin, and vicinity; splendid
rooms are tilted up, at this place, for n Mercantile Col
lege. It is intended to make this Institution, emin
ently worthy of public patronage, as It will afford the
""me facilities for Commercial instruction, asaicicvc-
Mmf cr),mB orill,lrll(.llon win be adopted here.
, , , Collejro, and the same Diploma
will be awarded.
The Branch will be under the superior snperinten-
dence ol thus. Peck, Jr., a skilllul, practical account.
anU fuuiiliar with the course of instruction, as
teuL'lit at onrbest Institutions.
The Principal of the College, may be expected, at
stated times to give instructions, in Peiimuiiship.
Terms for therull course, time unlimited 9'-'5.
Boot, Slioc, ami Leather Store.
THE SUBSCRIBERS take pleasure in
sa. Ing, that they have now on hiind the largest,
best and most complete assortment of Boots, Shoes
nnd Gaiters ever offered in Portage county. Like,
wise that they have removed to their New Store,
two doors east of Phienlx Block, where they will ut all
times be pleased to wait upon their old customers and
friends, to any thing in the line of Ladies, Gents.
Boys, Youtlis,'Misses and Children's Shoes, Boots or
Gaiters, eilliorof lioine oreustern manufacture. Also.
Oak and Hem lock Sole und upper Leather, French
and Ohio Calf and Kip Skins; Morocco, Lining and
Binding Skins, und almost everything in the lino oi
Shoe makers Tools ami Findings. AU thnsu in want
nfony of the above mentioned articles would find it to
their advantage to examine our goods ami prices before
We sell ut small profits nnd mnsthnve prompt pav.
Ravenna, May 22, 1S5J.
OF the best brands nnd quality, constantly on hand,
for sale by the bbl. or gallon,' at Di kiiam S? Gard
ner's Boot Shoe nnd Leather Store. Tanner's wish-
I ing to exchange Leather for Oil, will find it to theirin
"reiUeir9M s "
Pentium Flouring itlill.
m rjTs SnlisrriliPra aro still rlnino- hnsinpss
I nSj OUDScriuers are Sim Going Business
X at the Kavenna Summit Mills, and also in Camp-
hellsport, notwithstanding the reports put ill circula
tion by the proprietors of Steam Mills and Water Mills
in tiiis vicinity, that we have broke down, nnd were
not doing custom business, and as Is our custom, are
making flour that stands the test in every case where
it is used. Our flour stands A. No. 1, whereveritls
known, and takes the premium over all ether Flovr
made, whenever It Is on exhibition. Families con have
flour (made especially for family use,) dullvereil at
their dwellings, nt the market price, for flrst quality.
Our Flour Is made from the best article of Wheat, ond
we make o Flour from poor wheal, that wo maybe
W'HITTLESKY A Br
Campbellsport, Nov. HSlh, 1R3.
P. 8. Cob Corn, and all kinds of coarse Grain
ground on short notice. novSOtf.
ROBINSON, KING & Co., have opened an Office
in the Democrat building, in Ravenna, nnd are
prepared to discount sliortpapor. buy nnd soil Gold,
Silver, and Eastern exchange on liberal terms. In
terest paid on deposits nnd credited to depositors semi
annually, and on deposits left on specified time ut such
rates as may be azruad upon.
Collections made and remitted promptly at usual
NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned, has
been dujy appointed County Inspector, under the
"act to prevent the adulteration of Alcoholic Liquors,"
passed May 1, 1H54, and is duly qugliHed and read) to
enter upon the duties of bis office. Office over Rowell,
'wiueracuo'., More. A. r).i,iH.rM.; inspector.
Ravenna Summit mills.
THE undersigned have purchased of Mess
rs. Whittlesey the above well known Mills, are pre
pared at all times to pay the highest market price for
Wheat, Corn, Rye, a; e. Particular attention given to
We have in connection with the above opened a
FLOOR and FEED STORE, at Um rooms lately occu
pied by S. Day, opposite the Piirrnix Block, where can
he found at nil times FLOUR by the barrel or in sacks.
FEED of nil descriptions. Also, HALT, PMSTER,
Finn, maul, ere, utu, uutL ef co
' Ravenna, April 3, 1854. ;.,-,. r
' ; Farm for Sale. : '
(THE Subscriber has an excellent
X. farm for sale, 24 miles south-east or Kaven
na- There are 140 acres, seventy acres on each
.IH. ht Llm rn.il. Ans .nnd nrrm Hmuu, .ndRnrn.
well watered on each side of the farm, a good water
prlvihage nnoecupled at Lock Son the canal.
Person, wishing to purchase, enquire at the Store of
J. H . Roatwlck At Co., or on tho Farm. '
Rav wna, March 18, 1854 . 456-1 Gao. BosTwick.
LOT and small House with four
ffond room, and a-butterv.-a tmtn. Ciu,n.-
Barn and ntHntV of vood Oru'ftMl hsrltiir Fmli
Trees. ' " ".. 7. " ,
.Said Tot Is situated on Sycvmoor St., one lot sooth of
Main. For p.rtlcularsenqulreof R. R.KmossrsT.
rRavenna.March 20654 -'"-' 407-tf '
nUTLER Y of everv defjeoipi'ion kept con
J ttantly on hand, at E. T. Bich.rmom.
DRUG S & H ARDWARE.
; New Drugs I Kew Drugs!! -
DR. I. SWIFT hs just teceived large
addition to his atock of medtetnes, psints, oils,
.arnlahe, dvea, brash., perfamery &r AH pBrrha
rre I this line are invited to call. JuneM, y4.
i nnn LBs- f whn ,ead' 309 J-
lUUu soda ash, 100 do rose pluk, 100 do British I us.
tro, 100 do Jurrtper berries. M decalebrla lirorlc, SO
groas corks; just received by J I. SWIFT. .
iLLUID EXTRACT, -alerian, blistering
tisane, chinoldltie, Seldlids's powders, cod liver
oil, best quality; syrup, Iodide Iroo, Oonorsn't solu
tion, gtveerine, elatrium, wood napatha, plperlne,
ulaciue, strychnine, valerianate morjditne, liquid cb
rlcle.pure sulpb iroo, Iodide potash, chloroform, kre
osotv, tanlun, vitiicacld, citrate potash, citrate iron,
wedge-wood and poncellan mortars, glaaa and wedge
wood Fennels, tuiwra, pile electuary, aceeustie oil,
Tamarinds, tapioca, corn starch, ground mustard. Sage,
borehound, saraapariUa, Rue; spikenard, speariment,
wormwood, Ae.; syringes, stethoscopes, trusses, bone
phkuns, atulaa, prescription scales, tliermometera,
graduated measures, nursing fiucs and bottles; for sale
at I. SWIFT. ,
CANDIED Flag Root, true spruce gum,
sugar coaled tmrdamons, perfumery extracts, co
logne, lipsalve, toilet aoap, shaving cream nd soap,
Bsy rum, loveadert water, rose water, bair tonics,
hair oils, hair dyes, sponge a great variety, court
plaster, cooking extracts Lemon, Orange, Vanilla,
die. For sale Jme6.'S4. at I.SWIKT.
1 EMERY'S Sanrl paper, Glue, Putty, Bath
J brick; bracll wood ng blue, cochineal, grained Tin,
Vandyke brown, coach and furniture varnish, damar
varnish, xine dryer, Japan, dryer, gold leaf, Bronae,
Asphalture, burning fluid, ramphene, lard oil, blue,
green, Brown and rod smalt, canary and hemp seeds,
starch and starch polish, salt of lemon for removing
stains, cVo. For Bale at Swift's.
BROWN'S Essence Jnmacia Ginger, for
Summer complaints, cholngogue. Gulsotts Yellow
dock, Kutchings Dyspepsia bitters, Hoofland's hitters
Jayne's Fnhnestocks, Sellers & MeLnne's vnrmlfiigos
McAlistersde Trnsk's Oiutmciit. condition Powders,
Gargling Oil, nerve and bone Llnement. For sale at
HARRISON'S and McAlinters, Hair Oil,
Amber Lnstrnl for the hair, rose hair oil, Lyons
Kaithairon,TricophcroU9 Railways Balin,Phalnu's In
vlgorator,ic., at ' SwirT'a.
EXTRA Paint and Varnish Brushes; Hat,
Cloth and Shoe Brushes; graining, dusting nnd
scrubbing Brushes? white wash liiU sash Brushes; a
flrst rate assortment Just received by I. SWIFT.
ONE Ton of dry Zinc Paint, No. 1 half
ton ground zinc paint, In 35 cent keg ; 50 lbs An
atto, a good article, just ree'd, by 1. SWIFT.
T7EVER and Ague Remedies, all kinds for
x. sate at
piIROME Green, ground in Oil, 1 lb, 2
J lb, and 3 lb cans, just received at Sw irT's.
PARIS Green, ground in Oil, 1 lb and 4
lb cnnsjiist re'd ut ' Swift's.
C HATCH Is now receiving another large supply
of fresh Drugs, Medicines, Paiuts.and Oil direct
from New York, which ho offers jit his usual low terms
GREAT variety of Paint, Whito wash. Varnish,
clothes and hair Brushes, nt Hitch's.
nHE largest assortment of fancy, Toilet nnd family
1 fionps, cveroflcred in Ravenna, ot Hymig.
WM. FRAZER is receiving his full stock
of Hardware, consisting of House trimming, hand
and else Tools, table und pocket Cutlery, Saddlery,
die. Partieularssonn. Kavcnnu, Oct. 27, l!T3.
LASS LANTERNS Brass and Japaned
caudle slicks travs and snuncrs, at
POW CHAINS A new and desirable or-
Vele, also, Log and Dog chains, at FR.VZER'S.
M " OTSSES GATES, Metallic and Wood
fassets, ut FKAZER'S.
COUNTER SCALES Steel yards and
J sjiring buliiurua, ut PHASER'S.
HOLLOW AUG URSCust steel doublo
and single twist augurs, bills, gimblets, and bra
ces, at FRARZK'S.
Stoves! Stoves!! j
'THE subscribers keep on hand and are j
Jt. constaiilly receiving the largest and best assort-
meat of Stoves in this county; among which, are some
new patterns of Cook Stoves not before introduced, j
The Kinzof Stoves lias a very largo t-lcv ted oven, ca
pable of baking six- loaves ut once, litis six boiler i
holes. Is perfect in nil lis operations, and is decidedly I
one ol me most spieiiuni r-ioves in use. inc uiuicu
States, has also u very hirge elevated oven, the hoilor
holes are so arraneed. that a largo brass kettle can bo
used upon it. the bottom plate is of sufficient thick
ness to lie proof against crucking, and is altogether
of the best Stoves In market. Tho Genesee Valley is
a new and beautiful elevated oven Stove, of smaller
size than the others, and will reeomend itself to those
wishing a cheap mid convenient Cook Stove.
We also keep most of the old patterns of Stoves,
such us the Empire State, Hangup, Cobb's Elevated
Oven, Clinton Air-Tight, Western, True American,
und others, we have not time to mention.
Those wishing a good Slovu will do well lo give us a
cull at our , Stove room, til the old stand formerly oc
cupied by 'C. Prentiss, one door west of the Prentiss
House. Bk klkv 8j Rauson.
Ravenna, June, 1, lWi4.
AIT A MOMENT Something more
coming in the shape of a self-h tin tine smooth-
iiiK Iron. With a liamlful nr two of rlmrootil, h ur
huii cin do tho Ironing for nn ordirriry sized fitmily, it
suvtjislhu iiiooiiveuii'iice of licjitinir up r stove, lite ex
poiifi olfiro wood, tbc iitru.tity of working one tmlfot
the thno with Irons jeithfr tn liotor ltio cold, nnd the
very unplcusiint neceisity of working in n swt'ltcrinjr
houi froinu Stuvu, us is rin'mlly tlio cafe where Irons
are lientintho old way, you have only to try then, to be
convinced. For aulo ut . JE( Klev $ Kawbon's.
6 USE KEEPER'S, TAKE NOTICE.
. We are manufacturing a new articlo of tin Ba
ker, for Hummer use; It i portitblc, and ciiu be sot
out doors, with n quart or two of charcoal. It will do
an ordinary baking, and tliiit too in a manner that is
hard to beat. Cull and see thorn at
Ke' ki.ey A: IIawsonV.
OR CHEESE MAKERS We are ma
king anew kind of Vut for making Cheese. The
Hcuter is placed under tho Vat, so that it entirely re
moves the objection that has been had to the other
kinds of heater's, whether the vat is full, half full, or
one quarter full of water, it work 1 equally well, there
being no danger or injuring me nenier by lire, hwiii
pay you to call and see them, whether you buy or not.
kept on hand and made lo order at
Junel. Bki ki.et Sf Rvson,s.
IVrOTICE The subscribers have removed
1.1 their Store and Tin shops to the old stand of Cyrus
Prentiss, one door West of the Prentiss House, where
they will be happy fo see their otd customers, and as
many new ones us can inukeit convenient to call.
August, 20, '54. BECK LEY At .HAWSON.
WE ore manufacturing Steamers for the purpose ol
heutiug Milk Wash water, and various oilier u. 01
for which they are so convenient.
Bkckley Sr Rawson's.
THE subscriber takes pleasure in saying
that he has now in hand, the largest and most com
plete stock Hardware ever offered in Portage county;
comprising n full u-sorliiient of all articles usiiullly
kept in a Hardware Store, und those of the host quali
ty and manufacture, which will be sold cheap for ready
pay, Aug. 28 '54' at E. T. Richardson's.
LARGE and general assortment of Nails
Glussaud Ilousu Trimming of every vuriety, at
E. T. Richardson's.
IRON of every kind and size; Cast, Gor
man and Spring Steel, Steel Srings, Axels, wagon
Boxes, cast and wrought Iron Anvils, solid box Vice,
Sledges, wrouglitA'uts and Washers, Horse shoe Nails
and Nail rod at E.T. Richardson.
PARMER'S can now find at the Hardware
X Store, Corn Shello's, Hay and Struw Cuttore, of
the most approved kinds, cheap as can oe purcnusoo at
he Factory, Hay Knives, Shovels, Spades, Crow Burs,
Pick), Mattocks and Chain) or every description, at
E. T. RlCAKDSON.
MULEV and Sash, Mill Saws, Cross Cut,
Teimor and Circular Saw, of all sizes. Hand,
Kip and Back Saw, of the very best quality and finish,
CHAIN and Cast Iron Pumps, 3-8, 1-2, 3-4
I and IJ in Lead pipe, Sheet Kino, Spellers, Bar
Tin, Klvita, Ac. E..T. Kiphabpsoh.
IFLE Barrels and Trimings, Shot Guns,
ana Kovoiver. mi i.iiiiibassios.
fURRIAMP. and Un Trimminrra. Pa
J tent Hub Band and Patent Leather, constantly on
flARPENTERS; JOINERS. Coopers Bnd
V ail kinds ofMecbuiile'sToob.and those of the test
quality; Cutlery of every, deacriptlon, curtain Bauds
and fixtures, Paint Mills, near sty Us Bush Scythes, and
in fact most every kind of goods usually found in a
Hardware Store, button numerous to mention bore, to
which, I - most respectfully Invite the attention of the
puoiiei s.e. rnceulx bloec, nayeunn. uniu. , ,
August 2S, 1854. . . .;... ,,:.i ...K:TKicbmkiii
i The rariners' FrlenoU -r" -
X HAVE NQW ON b AND the rnpst com,-
X. piete nd desirable nrtlcie Sot cutting stalks, liny,
straw, tve there 1 in use, to wuicu i respeciiuny iu
vlte the attention of the farmer and stock raising com
muiilty. E. t. RICHARDSON.
October 10, 195l.-10-tf.
: ABSTRACT STATEMENT
OP THK -
CONDITION AND AFFAIRS
. OK THK "
aVasblnetoa to ton lusaraaceCo.',
i OF CLKVEtABt); O-i TO JtJLT 1ST, 185. .' ;
Ko. of Pollciea Isatied daxiag th paal six ' i
mouth., v . . i - .1 .- 3,01S j
Whole in. of Pollciea honed to datr , . 174. .
Aaaoanl of Property Insured Jsa. 1,
i, 184, .. - asjsirtta . 14li
Amouai of Proparty Insured dur- e
lag pastsU mouths, . . , , . tOTSU
1990 ,3 IS
Amount of Oepcit Aotet in roreo - ,
January I, 1KM, 1M,00J,23
Amount of deposit Koteareeelv,, v r; .
' d from Jan. 1, ISM, to date 34,503,24 .; ,,
Whole amount of Notea, . - lt)9,MWfu
Cash balance IB btvor oi oompa
nv.Jaausrvl.lfU4. v I
Caab Premiuma received from-
that period to data,
Amount of losses paid since Jan
uary 1, ISM, . ,
Undetermined claims Including
losses not due, 86,770,18
KKSOURCKS, JULY I, 1844.
Deposit Notes as abovo, - - - tlP0,5OP.49
Cusli balance, . . . . ... 2BMX,;7 -
Personal propertv, , . ,IW
Suudry Cash Horns, " - - "- ' 230,00
- OF THE . . ': r' .
Washington Union Insurance Co,
STATEMENT TO JULY 1, 1854.
. No. of Policies issued, ,M6
Amount insured, ' ' $0,044, 1S2,W
Amount of deposit .Votes In force, $;i,iM0,50
Cash balance, Jannury 1st, 1854, 8 10,382,33
Cash premiums from that period
. . to data, i-3,616,43 i' .
Losses paid since January 1st, '54,
Balance in favor ot Company,
Losses not duo by term of Policy (332,33
Ko other claim's are known to exist.
IfT'Ko Assessment upon the deposit Notes of either
Department has ever been required, und' thejeon
ditton ami prospect) of the office were never mom flat
tering. The company Is legitimately a Mutual, but it
ulso issues Policies for a cash consideration In full, ut
the usual rates of sound stock offices.
George- Mvgntt, Clevc'nd
K. T. Backus, "
A. S. Sanford, : "
Jacob Perkins, "
D. H. Dunham, Clcvllatid
S. B. Sturgus, Mnnslleld.
Tlmotliy Baker, Norwulk.
Cyrus Prentiss, Ruvenna.
John Chirk, Brunswick.
.1. F. Robinson, Bedford.
W. M. Powell, Ohio City.
G. II. Senter.
O. N.Skeels, "
C. W. Cook '
D. B. DUNHAM, Presl. I O. N. SKEEL8, Secretary.
GEO. B. SENTEK, Gene
GEO. MYGATT. Vice
President and Treasur
er. Cleveland, July 1,1834.
ral Agent and Deputy
Agent nt Knvennn.
P RIFFIN & BOSTWICK, Having re-
VT moved their Furniture lo their new rooms iu the
Plio'iiix Block, (directly over Roslwick's dry goods
Store) are prepared to wait on their customers to any
thing in their line, our stock consist in part us follows:
Sofas from S'25 to a Jenny Lind, Sof, Tetu-e-teie
(face to face, suits the young exactly,) Mahogany chairs.
Marble Top Tables, Qunrtcttnnd card bibles, what not;
liurenus. Mahogany cottage beds, Marble top wash
stands, Piano Stools, footstools, &c '
Also, a line lot of Hall Stands, they are n beauty.
Also, a splendid lot of Iiooking Glusscs,from lsto 318.
Also, Pictures and Picture Frames.
A fine lot of Hair, Cotton, and Husk Mnttrasses,
our Huir Maltrusscs are manufactured in our own vi
cinity, (by Mr. MeLain. of Rootslown,) nnd we war
rant Uiu Iiuir to be the llrst quality of long Horse Huir;
the Husk und cotton, are coming into general Use in
Also, n plenty of Bedsteads with Hlnkley's Suspen
sion Bed Bottom. These beds have now been thor
oughly tried and all who have used ihem are pleased
Willi them, we have improved the bottom by making
tlieiu thicker than at first, we sell them now from 83, ;
50, and upwards, every person who would have a bed
stead, should buy one at least for themselves, und we
assure them they will buy no other after.
Wu have u full assortment of common furniture,
cane seat chairs of all kinds, flnm S3 and upwards,
bureaus from $8 and upwards, Stands $1.50 and up
wards, and some cord beds cheap if people will have
them, Tables S3, and other work in proportion .
We have been nt considerable expense iu fitting up
our rooms, and we invite nil to cull and see what we
have. We know wo can sell as cheap, to say the least
of it. as in Cleveland or elsewhere; if the people are
satisfied that tiiis is the case, will they sustain a room
of this kind by purchasing at home. All work pur
chased In the viihige, will be deliveredut the House of
the purchaser. 455-tf
Ravenna, March U, 1834. ,
Sew Firm. Slew Store, New Goods,
DALRYMPLE & Munyan, having entered
Into co-partnership in the Reudy-Made Clmhiug
business, would respectfully in'. lie the attention of
their friends, customers, and tho public generally, to
their stock of SEASONABLE CLOTULWQ adapt
ed to every, age, tnsto, and profession. Also, Boy's
ami youth's Clothing for all sizes and conditions of the
)uveuile community, and exertions will continue to be
made to keep this department as coniplelo ns possible.
OUR FURNISHING GOODS,
embrace a full and complete assortment of Shirts.
Dickies, Gloves. Hosiery. Suspenders, Stocks, Scarfs,
Cravats. Neck-Ties. Hdkfs.. ,Ve.
THE CUSTOM DEPARTMENT contulns a great
variety of Cloths, Cassiinerers, Veslings, cic, embrac
ing alni ist every article of seasonable goods for Gen
tlemen's Garments, which will be made up to order, at
short notice, ut reasonable prices, in tasteful and fush
Thorough workmanship and unexceptionable fits
warranted in nil cases.
TTr" The system of terms is one price, nnd no de
viation. Tlie price of such garment and article is mar
ked ill Plain figures, and n small but regular profit up
on each article. By this system no ono, however un
experienced, is linb'le to pay iibovelho market prices.
ft. B. All goods sold, will bo warranted its repre
sented. DALKVMPI.E & MUXYOX.
one door east of the Brick Rloek.
Ravenna, May 2!, 1WI4. 405-lf
Here Yon. Sirs !
F you want a good suit of Clothes, cull at
thehtoreof the subscribers In t iimnbell s Block,
where you can buy cheap for cash all kinds of Cloths,
Keudy Made Clothing, Tailors Trimmings, c., from
a standing dicky down tnu full rig und complete fit that
can't be beat tiiis side of of sunrise.
K. K. Cutting done In order. 0. L.& J. SUTLIFF.
Ravenna, March 13, 1854.
A GOOD supply of Cloths consisting of
consisting of Broad cloth nnd fancy Cassiinere,
Cliusmurett, Satinet, Jeans, A-c, at
Ravenna, March 211, 1S54. 0. L. & J. P. SiiTi.irrs. .
THAT Fancy Vesting is rfoingoff fust and
cheap, at O. L. & J. P. Sutlifp.
March 20. 1S54.
CIOATS Pants and Vests a good supply at
J March 20, 1854. " O. L. & J. P. Sitliffs.
Jewelry. ' -
AT R. A. BAIRD & Co's., can be found
at all times a large and well selected stock of
Jewelry, of every description, and selling ut the lowest
N. B. Samples of tho newest styles received every
week, from the manufactories at the East, consequent,
iy the nowosl and most approved stjles ulwuys on
HOLD and Silver Watches, Silver Spoons,
VX Gold, Silver and Plated Spectacle, a good as
sortment, for sale nt low prices.
Kavenna, Jan. 17, ltai. at k. a. oairu oi co's.
SHEARS, Scissors and Pocket Knives, of
the finest quality, can be found
Jan 17. 1S54. ut R. A. Baird & Co's. '
assortment for sale
R. A. Baird fc Co's.
NOTICE R. A. Baird having formed a
co-pnrtnersblp with J. Dewey of Franklin, will
continue business us before, at the old stand In Allen's
Blovk, nnder the name and firm of R. A Buird dc Co.
Metalic Burial Cases.
HESE Cases are fast coming into gener-
-a. ul use. i heudvantage ertnese cases over tno com
mon wood Coftln, are a follow: 1, they are airtight;
3, they nre Indestructable from natural causes; 3, they
effectually resist the prer sure of the earth; 4, they are
troof against water nnd consequently vermin of all
lnds: 5, they are proof against the dissectors knif e! 0,
tbey entirely prevent the escape of offensive gasses dur
ing tlie transportation of the body from ono place to
another; 7, tho body ean be preserved for week and
even month in hot weather without any perceivable
change. . ' ' ' '. "':
Also, we keep on hand Shrouds nt a low price, this
riraventstho necessity of turning the house of moilrn
ng into sewing shop, and we think will bo a great
convenience to all.
' We have also tho common wood Coftln, from 'the
chllds to the grown person. ' : - ' - J 1 !
A full asaortinentof the nhove Cases (smull and targe)1
canbe found at Iho Furniture Rooms, In the Phosulx
Block.-' '-:-'' -'-' ' - - .V.i.i.ro,, .-.
- Ravenna, March 14, 1854. Omrna & Bottti '
American ITIutiia I Insurance Co,
OF, AMSTERDAM, NW ,YpRKTTho
anbkrlbcr biding beoii appointed Agent lor the
above oompany, is prepared to take risk against dam
age ? FIRE, at a law; ratut as any, other reipouslblo
iVnntn.'BV. . . ' 'T . ' ' . ,
ompaaiy.,.. ; r, - -ri.,-
TTFLomH ADinrr in raoMrTLrCu
Haveuna, Dee. l,18i STW, I
J d f,alhnltcr.n -for
stand) 'pre eminent
ers ta aU tlie disuase.
fo) which it Is reeom-
meadeay usually call
ed riKAti t da J
rm.T.. Of thca
are Prolapsus CterlJ
Womb; Flour Albns,
or Whtui iClirODM
InSamaUoq and, I I
eercHoS ' Of th
WoBtbl : IuoiJontal
Heiiimorrhag. , of
Kuniiressed, and Ir
.w with all lllelr acMiuBanyliu; evils, (Lancer H
iptcd.) uo matter how severe or of how long standing;. 1
'The CulholleoB far, lurpaaaet other reinedwa, la bf..
nd laavlng the ays-
i.. - K..K... .L.,iiii., I.ni u 'interested icall and
obtain iihainphlct (free), comtalidiig ample proof.
. .l - . ...Yi nt ihn betl.flciul re
tro r. inwunifirc8is-vHiuiwwiii,.oi - -
anlta of ttauaoj together' with 4Herfroin highly ex
perienced Physician), who have used it in Uicir prac
tice, and speia" ttnm the' .observation). I . , i
NOTICBTOTHB UroBT!llTB '"," IV
duty Incumbent upon myself to declare publicly the
greut blessing Dr. Wiirchisl'a Lterine Catbolicnn has
proved tome. For two year) my health w miser
able; I was almost unable to walk. Physicians pro
nounced my cuso falling of the- womb, extensive ul
cerations, conuaavchia; with Snor uIWus.- Tlid paiiM),
IreHatiou prostrnlion, and tho intolerable fu'Ud dis
charge, rendered life a Uunlen. "In this iniserahre con
dition' Dr". F. P. Kowl.ndriH:6mimwidod. l)r.Marchlsi's
Uterine Cathnlicon. After taking four hollies 1 lind
nivselfin perfect health. ' GrMitndd fof my r"totnin
nu'ikes roe anlniitlv desh-e tli.t all n,f sex alike untor
tuuutu, nmy find siiru rt'ii'jffrom tjis Inestiluablo .med
icine. , E,IIaBI!TII A .NkVw.and,' "
- i.ifr, Wei streets, Cticn. A. V.
The above atntdioout I kuow to be true. t
F. P. Kkulsou. ."!. D-, I'liin, .'W Yo'k.
I would h.'gliul to have u further 'mipr-ly. as
tlid medicine Is becoming very popular, und 1. thiuk
will eontiniie. us it bus given -r.il! f In every instuuye
where properly t iken. TiioM.'.s Mn .wan. If. D. '
Mav9l, 1H14. .MT. Vernon, lud: :
' The I atholicvli Is doing good servU v here., A.lt tlie
iUients Unit b'Wo tried thii.inedii-liie have buen bene-fltt-dbnt
ou'e -and litii'i mie fi othlng can In lji.- I
Truly Youw, 1 WhJ.xImi' Ia7.m:tt, M. D.,
July Gill. l5ti... . ,' , . -Xew Pltila'Hpiiin. O.
Pluimphlets to he hil.l trn lls at tho store of ii.'urtis
Ilnlcb. Agent. llniKgiht; Ravepnir. Ohio. Ko'll by most
of tlie leading Druggists in tho adjoining counties.
October 84, 1854. . 4f6-tlui.
Carter's i;tnisli It: is line.
THE GREAT. PURIFYER OFijHK RLOOD.
HOT A PARTICLE OF MERCUk. V IN IT. ,
A N INFALLIBLE REMEDY' lor Scrofu-
Ix. Iu, King's Evil, Rheumatism. Obsi i(ite Ciitnno
ous Eruptions, Pinmplus or Pustules i tho ftice,
Blotclies, Bolls, Chroic Sure Eyes, I'fns. Worm or
Tetter, Scald Head, Enlargement ai d i in of lliu
Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers,Syphilill Disorders
l.u iiibngo, Spinal Compliiinta.and nil Dlseas s urislnf
from an injudicious useolMurcur) , Imprudent luJ.ife,
or Impnrlyof (he Blood. , ,
Tiiis vi.luablo Medicine, which has becomee. 'bra
ted for tho number of extruordinury cures ed ted
through Us agency, has induced tho proprietors, at !ia
urgent request of their friends, to olfer it to the public,
which they do with the utmost conlldencc in its virtues
nod wonderful curative properties. The followirg cer
tificates, selected from u largeuimibcr, are however,
stronger testiinon than tlie mere word of the propri
etors; and ard all from gentlemen well known iu their
localities, and oftliu highest respectability, hiuuj r of
them residing in the city of Richmond, Vu.
F. Boyiikn, Esq., of the Exchange Hotel Richmond,
known every where, says he lias seen the II c die id e
called Cabtkr's Scamkii Mivithe administered iu
over a hundred cases, in nearly all the diseases for
w hich it Is recomuuded, Willi the most astonishing good
results. Hesuys it is the most extruordinury inudk-iue
he has ever seen.
Aoi'K and Fevhk Gkkat Ci:b.1 hereby certify,
that lor throe years 1 had Ague and Fever ul the mol
violent description. I had s. vernl Physicians, took,
large quantities of Quinine, Mercury, and 1 bvlieve all
the Tonics advertised, but all without any permanent
relief. At last I tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, two
bottles of which effectually cured me. ami 1 am hap
py to say I have had neither Chills or Fevers Binee.
1 consider it Iho lest Tonic in the w orld, und tho only
medicine that ever reached my case.
Beaver Dam, near Richmond, Vu. John LnNonkn.
C. R, Li r;K, Esq., now in the city of Kicliuioml, und
for many years lu the Post Ollice, has such couHdcnce
in the nstoiiishingcfficncy of Curler's Spanish Mixture,
thathehus bought upwarib of 50 bottles, which ho has.
never known it to fullwheb takeu according to direc.
Dr. Minok. a practising Physician, and formerly
of Iho City Hotel, in the Cily of Richmond, says he has
witnessed lit a number of instances tlie eU'ect of Cart
er's Spanish Mixture which were most truly surpris
ing. Me says iu a case of Consumption, depuudaiitoii
the Liver, tlie good effects were wonderful iudeed.
S.vMLEtr M Drikkr. of the firm of Drinker & Morris,
I Richmond, was cured of Liver Complaint of B yenrs
stunning, ty u.c use oi two uotuusot curler s apunisn
Gbbat CrE of Scroith. The Editors of the Rich
mond Repj ican liudusei vant cmidoyed in their preas
room,ciiredol'violont Scrofula, combined with Hlieu-.
mutism, which ortirely disabled hiin f oin ivork. Two
bottles of CarWr's Spaulsii Mixture ma lea perfect euro
of hi in, and tlie Editors, in u public notice, Juy they
"cheerfully recomnieiid it to all who are ufllicted with
any disease of tho blood." ' .''i .
Still Anotiikk Ci rk op ScRovn.A. I had a very
valuableboyeiired ol'Scrolula by f artcr'sSpnnisli Mix
ture. I consider it truly a valuable medicine.- James
A. Taylor, Conductor on the KFif Kit Co., KnjU
nioiid, Va. . ,- n
Salt Rheum or Twenty years StaNuino' Ci red.
Mr. John Thompson, residing in the city of Hiehiuond,
me ciiv oi nieniuonu, ,
er'sSpnnisu Mixture, j
rly Iweuly years, and :
was cured uy tnree hollies ol carte
of Salt liheiim, which he had nearl
which all tho physicians of the city could not euro
Mr. Thompsou is u well known merchant in the city
of Richmond, Vu., and his cure is tnoslreinarkabte.
Wm. A. Matthew, ol Richmond, l:nd u servant cur
ed ol Syphilitic, in tho worst form, by t nrter's Spanish
Mixture. He says he cheerfully recommends it, und
considers it an invaluable uicdicine.
Ru HAnn E. West, of Hiehiuond, was cured of Scrof.
ulu, and whal Physicians culled continued. Consump
tion, by three hollies of Carter's Spanish Mixture.
EnwiN Bcrton, commissioner of tile revwnue, says
he ha& seen tlie good effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture
ilia riimberof Syphilitic cases, and eitys ills a perfect
cure for that horrible disease.
Wm. G.SiiKRWoon.ol Kichiiioiul. cured ofOld Sori h
and Ulcers, which disabled hun from walking- 'J'ook
a few bottlesof Carter'sSpai.i-ii All.vtur'-.e.n.i "wnsen.'i
bled to walk withut a crutch, in a shortlitne permanent
ly cured. .
Principal 'Depots nt M. Ward, ('lose $ 'o..Xo. S3,
Maiden Lane, Kew York. T. VV. Dvott & sons. Ho.
13, Korlh i!d .Street, l-'hiladelphia. 'li.-nnell cV Beers,
.Nn. 1-J5, Main Struvt, RiihinoiiU. J a.
And for sale In I. Swili. Knvcnrn; O. L. Drake
Freedom; J. W. l one. Franklin Mills '' & l . H.
Harmon, Aurora; and by Drupyists and Healers iu
Medicines every where. fy.
Ravenna, Xov.iil, IKiS.
YSPEPSIA, Jituniiice, Chronic or Ner
vous Debtliiy. Disease of the kidneys, and nil
Diseusel arising from u Disordered Liver or Stomach;
such us Constipation, inward Piles, Fullness ol iilood
to the Head, Acidily of tho Stomach, Nausea. Heart
burn, Disgust for Food, Fiiilness of Weight in lite
Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering ul
the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of tlie Head, Hur
ried und Dillieult Breathing, Fluttering ut the Heart,
posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before Hie
sight, Fever and Dull Pniu in the Head, Deficiency
ol furpsiraiion, yellowness oi inu nam aim c.jes. rain
ill the Side, Back, Chest. Lnnba, rftc, Sudden Flush'
os of Heut, Burning iu the Flesh, Constant Imaginings
of evil, and Greut Depression of Spirits.'
Can be effectually cured by Dr. Uoojland'tt Celebrated
German hitterif jtrepured- by Dr. V. Mt Jaekeen,
Their power over the. above discuses is not excell
ed, if equalled, by any other .preparation iu the United;
Slates, us the cures atlost,'fn iiiuny cases ufterskilful'
physicians hud fulled. ......... - - .,
These Bitters are worthy the attention bf Invalids.
Possessing greut virtues in the. Rectification of dis
eases of tlie Liver and lesser glunds, exercising tlie
most searching powers in -weakness and uffectious of
the digestive orguiis,lluy.aro, witliul,s:ife, certain and
READ AND RE CONVINCED.
E. B. Perkins, Marietta, Ohio, Feb. 22, 1851, said)
"Your Bitters are highly prized by Hum), who havo
used them. In case of a Liver Complaint, of lung
standing, wife had renilted tketkitl o several Phyei
ciiiii, was entirely curd by the use of Flyo Knttle'.'-;
O. L. Drake, Freedom,PorUigo Co., O. April33, 1S52,.
said: "The. German Bitters you sent me last have ndt
yet come toluiud. V have been out of the article for
sometime to tlie re(it detriment, of Invulii'i,. It i a
niediclue much thought of and sought after' in this'
community. -'V- - - i-i-i mi..''. ;; ..
B. M Hntchinnn,.M. II., Bedford, Cuyahoga Co.,,
O. August 20, 1S52, said: "The Bitters you shipped mo
in May l.iti lire nil gone 1 think II Is a good med
icine und 1 am recommending It to my patients und
friends (whlch-I do for npother patent medicine.) You
wlllpleasoforwarilalargesupply."' . " ' ''
S. French, ""Wooiler, Ohio,- Nov.-30,1852 said
have used some thrcj) or. four Jiottlc of Hovflund's
Geriunii Btttursfor Dyspepsia and have derived grout
benefit from their use. I believo them to be good i fin
al! diseases for' which -they -are recommended,';' ' y.
W.M.Orr, Woostor, Ohio, Octoberd, 1852, said:,
"Voii asked me my opinion of the Gorman Bitters.
I have used them for Dyspepsia and Indigestion, and
take pleasure in slating Uiat I think they are be very
best remedy extent for the above complaints (jfors
decidedly in advance of all tit proprietary medicines of
the day." . ' .'! '-i. ; ' M '
, These Bitters aTSTiRHLT bboetIablbJi T.kty b
erprtilraftMtvytemi huXinvigoateiti .: i'. i
Sold by -1. Swift, Ravonuoj Ov L Drmko, Freedom!
J. W- Cone, Franklin liiBst ; C-.; A CV. .R.I Harmon,
Aurora; and by'DeaierBlB taedtelues'etiery whore.. . i
jGroau no More.
i,-.i m :.l . ; ,
f-A RE jrpu.alfliBted with pain ' in the ' .llea4,
XI. Eyes, Lungs, Breast, nr Bowels, or with Lame
ness in the limbs, get a bottle of Root German Oint
ment, se H thoroughly and be -ouoed. if ; Uii oiut
rnent should not givo satisfaction, after thorouBhap
plieotlon, tho bottle may bo returned lothoageut, and
ill money refunded. ; .
I- Agents: I. Swift, Ruvennol Dn Kurl,-Frnkliii) aad.
old bsone Agent In each townahlp, 4St3m
rBTT-l'i-1 .. fill :. ' A '.IU
ohiO I.- '. .Jd'.; mrn z m.
S.H, PRATT & A,- BASSET having
lirofessioii.,pnd .can, be found (exeeiit when ou profesV'
Seymour's Store, or by enquiry at iho DriigfiWre, of,
C. Hatch. ..."TTi. .! T...Tii1-a'i?ii
itarwuia, reoruary tl, ikh, toi-u
PATENT', ;ME ICINGS.
aLavp for ihn PaoyicU
iT.;t S. CLUl,0BUJ!r.t4 thBJpwflBBiflT
tl . Kiruni snd vlciuliK that he eonliauat tocarr t. .t
olr 4lie Copiier, Tin and Sbcvt iroo business la aU it ,
(taljliliau...d .clio.p loi. .HewHipay ewrioieJ'-11
tloa toUiaaBuaw:larlngan4 porting apwf Bava 'Jt
Trourhs.aad will do all work in that lin.ea cbbbb aad
a 'lu.-tlcP liellor tlm any f tka teue boraaf- Us "
shops Iraveiing abaut the. oilntrri .ii. mI ilia ,y: j uA
" All ware, niada and an 14 t tkia tnblbhmaal, wflE i
..of tan m,ry bwt ial.ra.la, aad Baa) Ib ta ) a
worinjuiik, niajiner usrar ranted- Ho InUJids ao..I
a.ep on b.nd a geiirnr aMTtnientdr STOVES ana
UOLLO W .MAB li.nf-lik. .,rb,llsl.n() hn.1 UI1MI...'
kind at prlcaa thatdefy compcutlon, Old Coiler, Braas, , .
'"ii w, tag niesy ainas or ' connrry prouuee re-- ;
J.-s WWeuai.i, of, all tM'tWpA
' Hismo hion the aoUth stda'f Main- i. knit ,.,1
front the Pho-uix Block, Ruvenna, Oldo. Juatcsllln ;
ami sutisiy youraeir, enuetua a. to the qanliuy ajBloini
! . Jt,'eV Fiill nnrf Winter" Goo.'',l saI
pHARLES GREEN rrELtVfiR " '
J Plio'iiix Block", Ruvenna, OTft6,1s now openfng tha
brgest and best selected itooioof raiftytarait Clothing
nnd riirnisliing goods ever ollored in Ravenna, onsist
Turin jiirrtnr rlno black, brown nnd blue dross, froeV' t
aiul;aiibk couks. alw). a large ilock of bnaiitassand olhv, ,.i
er costs, of all cororrand sices, wlilch will be sola '
-vhriipor Umn u airy ilbur house in town.- ill t; i-ijtrt
October Illh, 51. . ,
r .-iiiio- .'mi til "in il ft .ba.-" .lva rti
A L,VRC& .ASSO.RTJIENTi Qp, VESTS,:.
Just received: Wark nIIu, fancy ilk, elotii, i?.ilinpro
mill tweed vest, wbU
t.ii enn bi had nt th twet iomi- "
JMiNTS BJ.ick, nd Fancy ..wrneres
1. .SafUietsiiml Tweeds, f nil colors ond sizes, -which "
will be sold at it small odvincoTrem cost, at
'.-..; i - -Jioa, pho:xja ni.orjS-.-.HT
X wbiib Ilium, Ihi ry ami hickory; shirts; 14)0 ai Jkigmt '
bil'ot vraniicrs, drawers, socks, irloves, .bluck and-
'fum y Hi.-liiiiiUk,rehli fs, bUick and ftiucy tiutkt.ltiedfc'il nl
1i!j, sii-n..i.J.'r-s,-sliirt collars,- trunks, valise.,, carpet
'haea. itmhn'ltes, India rol.har co:it; letIiis; llre.'aM'of
t'Whicli I 11-iH -cli d,t'.ap:r ttr;n ;uy oilier bou?4,in,J'ox-; , ,1
luge coaniv. m .iu. 3, i iiu:.M. uiJt tt.
, O tvti-r llUi.ilrutV) . ; . I, .tti'i,rll iv. i-:-,Ai.
ITAVr ju'V received 'th'dr falli'tocK of BoHii
If Siioes and Leather ciiiiir.-uli.g nearly' oanrry: .thsitje; ij.j ,rr
Iu their liu of busim-ss. whicli they oOer on the most
liberal terms for cash or r.iady pay. Owing to tii'!vt
li.te excessive drouth, and couaeqii'.-ntly thu prusute in,.,
money mutters, they have concluded to reduce-the 1
price of their work in 11 measure, notwithstanding th,,, nj
present higli prices of stock ;
They oiler Gents One lioiiio-madf! Calf Boots 4?4,50,
Kip- .-"-,. iqumiM;)
" Thick , . . , $3,00,
Ladle's Fine Kid Welt Bootees IToina-inade war. 1.50 1"!
" " , turns " 1 . 1,30
" " 'Calf 1 " pegged '" ' 1 1-W
" . . :" , " , " fined ' , " ,-1 Ji3
" ' Kid Welt Buskins " 1,S? '
, " ; ls-Tnriw . .i .-.itT IjS ui'.t
uiul nil other work proportlnnnbly low. We havo .
n laraoconipli Uiassortmont of Boys nud Yoarhs Bootai '
Ladie'snnd Gents Rubbers. Misses and children's, do.j,,,
We respectfully tifvito all those wishing to purchase,
to call nud eVaiiiiuo oup stock of goods, for IIhhb-i, - t
selves. DURHAM ot GARDNER. ' 1
Kavenna, Sept. 25, '54. ... 48S-tf ' )'
- Kew Pining: SalOon. r , ,j
rpilE undersigned have opened a victualing ..:
L Saloon jn this village In the New brick building
on Main Struct, situated between the Bank and tha 1
Town Hall. Their rooms are elegantly tilted up, and ,7
neatness, order, sobriety and quiet will be the drdcrOf '. '
the day In Ihcir establishment. Refreshments wil) bu,, ,
furiiislied promptly tit all 'hours'. 1 The Saloon will be '
constantly supplied withull Hie delicacies of the aeae-i ,
son, sucii us Fish, Game, Oysters, Ae. Tho Proprie
tors ik'slgn Hint it slmlllie til' the strictest str a 'flrsv'"'!
class Dining Saloon, where Iho highest respectublliiv ;
shall be maintained and where Geutlcnimi amd Ladies 11
may enjoy a qiiietrlreat,und procureull such reresh-1 j
ineuts, as the most usiiluous care und painstaking can '
furiiiHli..i ; - : ! 1 .- ;; ,1 ;ii-m n )ijj
They design tluit their rules and regulations shall be
so strict thlil no one's eliaructur, dlgultv, or resiiocta1-'" '
bilily will be compromised by visiting their Snlo.ui
u,d hv visililil. tlii'ii- Snln.M, . . .
. ric iMc fiarues win oe aiuu tunes iurnisnea wii
PicNic parties will be at all tiinesfurlilslied'wlth r-
iresnmeiiis. .-. ; , -.;,.,,. ,
A choice lot of confectionary always on hand for sale'
. Jff'l'ha Stilonn will be conducted on, tho strlet tem-' ' !
pcr.incc principle. McMAXUS & BROTHERS.
Raven 1111, Sept 20, 1804. 48-lf ! J;l-i
JJvl VEXXA .KpK STOitJ?. ,.!
TpHE InrgostsrortneRt 'of Books;andta-
X tionery ever offered to tlie citizens of Poringo-y
county; will be found at the Kavenna' Book Store, oh
Main Kliect,. oj.posito the l'reutist llonsj. ; , ,..
BOOKS School books of ererr kind,' used (n
iu tills section. Also standard works, Histories,.
Poetry, Tales, misscellaneous works, BiblesT Hymn ' 1 a
Books, Juvenile Book, Primers, kc. ., ,,
STATIONERY Every style and tvariety i .ii
srom tho most cuinuiou, to the inostsnpurb. il , , ; ; ; 1
WALL PAPER The largest and ITloSt,l"'
II elegant stook of Wall Paper, nlUtyk-imid orU.;l '
ces, Willi Bordi-r to niutclt, ever offorud in Purtag .,,
county. Tlie stock is purchased of the manufacture, . ."
and may be relied on for strength and durability .: ; ' 1 il
A beniitifuf. kocJTaml ' !
1. stock and exVinsive variety of Fancy Goods, Toy,
tve., lor oni uuii ouug. . . -- i, ..i U j;-t : L.liij
T,Ttn nTT, . , , ,
UJmU' UMEIll A large and elegant stock
X of Harrison's choicest Perl'uiUury a I wy Bi baa il.
C1ANDIES. A full assortment, warrantc!? 'f
) to bo -iiiiuiu from thu bust material,, .... , t ., j -fl
OODA FOUNTAIN A Soda Fountbiiv.
kJ In superb order w ill be in constant pluy during
the liotihns of Suninii-r. : ' ' ;; ' - I - I
"VTriLLOW WARE A irood stock of WiU;
lY low are coiistauily on hand, einbr.
ons, Chairs, llaskct, iVt.
X quality, Shot. Cups
:oarse nnd fine Powder; best !
l'itts, Ac, I
P1IID CAGES The best assortment of-,
ii Bird Cm;
in the i-miiit v; J-iir.l Seed,
OOK BINDERY Book Bii)Jiiig'!n'fcYe-!:;'
rv viirielr iiiid- styli", done on slnvrt'DolirPt ''JHo
Hinili-ry'naion-ol;lii','ii!:"s Mr.-t class liu.liiigjslnatilniivtn'i
Blank Bonks ol .-vcry varioly fuled'to order perliiiil,: ; . ,
Cilia biMiiid, f.ld book's reaouhd und every brunch' of;
tlie liiisiiu'siir&iiidiid fo ill the beet niaiinur:'.'iO r';,o!
Oli PRINTINf of -ever v descTiptio'Tt dcine"''
Ihe utosl lieaiuirt.l uniunci' ever execnlcn iw tho, '
eslerii ecu, hy. A I'oivcr Kr(css iviil .soon bfl-adtU'd ,to,,
the Pril.tiiig '.wta1Ii!iiiU'iit, lip.d with till ninilerri !m-t
r,i..vciii --ni.-i in I'tJolilit' te. ii Ai.h'ndid sUok of (larilHt
and paper, all kinds of Jo1) Priming, Cunbt,- iaiiii
bills, poster.-, Bill l.leads, Jilaiik, PiiiiiphK-ls, Books,"
&-i'.., will be done iti slylc'iinsitrpuseed'ahd to entire1'
satiyfiiclion. -, - ; -l. r"' .. ,
For any of the. great variety of want's to be supplied at
tUis extensive establishment, tiie Public are respectful'' 1
Iv requested locr.ll Btlls 1 . ".,r-i it -a ;-i:i
RAVEX'A BOOKSTORE, ,
May S, 1HJI. opjinsite the Prentiss House, Main st.
CEO. SUMERVILLE. - ". EPHRIAM B
?ivr Fit isi.
THE subscribers have purchased the Mer
('haulTnilor't stock ofSoniurvillo dc Kedtleld, and!
will continue the sumo business ut theirold stai d near-,
ly oposite the Baiik,iiiid will be happy to wait on any
who may favor Ihem with tholr custom, and plcilge
lliems'.lves to be A No. 1. ,;, . , ,.. , . . ;
y. Ulllug uone lo iiruiT. , hohkuville ik hkk, t.
Kavenna, April 3, 1S51.
44- : .... is
.iiiiiMW piore. . .:u,i;U. junto"!
THE subscriber would rispettfully give notice, ihst. .
, lm lius opeiied a' Stoyo, t'oimcr, Tiir And flneel' .
Iron Slore.at llieoUlstaild ofA.V. Horr, fn 8balor-.
villa, w hero lie intends to keep a general assorlmerrt
, ...l. l.l,l.ll,.aAfl.n.I...M .. .t. .ri
of goQils, appertaining to his Hue of business.
-Slialcrsville, July2, f54
H. G. RAW8pf.-l .IK
jj WILL BE PUBLISHED, ON THE 1T AUGST,-;i
THE CABWl BorS STORW '
the Author- ot tub "PnjtAT DocTOR,";TnB'iAW . )
vkr's Story." TB,"0LDDoeToR," pMiPwt A ' tl
THE success hitherto enjoyed bjr .the (8.uj A
thor of the jibovo, pii.ular works Is a aufUcicnk ',.
guurautcfl oftliu favo with which arry" 'pYoduetioii
coining from his peniviiUberecoivod Dy tho pdbli.V
"The Cabin Boy' .Story", is a romanUo. narrative, Uy , i
IpttratingtliQ horrors of tho Slaye Trade, as carried dn '
iu tho Coast 61 Africa.'1 Thi author ha served IU Uia .11
navy and the descripUons ami nlinraeters are painted)
from personal acquaintance Willi them. The story ia
full of excillnglirtcrdst ninl unvonturoa thd cbuHirv-)
tell work of Defoe, Robinson Cj-usge," aaduanlejid.,,,:.
vantage over that glorjdtis fiction, .inasqilich as It W
founded on facts ofevery'dity occurrence' Tireilitoriy'JOd:
of tha Jiiroino of tin Story, -iiuleik,. ,h i CrmsalBBi ,!u.
Slave, purcheiiit Coustitnlluopta, educated auqjqar-,
ried by the rookie', vet chlvalrie. Sevmourtlm tomW B!,t
.uinnder bf (lie Albiitrott.'slBiaiplyi tkonmrftUon.oflaij'ih
tan pauiuxj iroin,iiii)We,ttiiduu the nuiperpnaeharac-. ,
tors portruyeit'.trirougliout Ihe, story are tlyidly nd
grnpiiteally dratvii.-'-" n i'ia isJuaimai J yintios)
; TheMpiuVtiJirfrha,v ftlrcody received-order fbr io,.,),
Whole pf the edition it w as originally their intention Jo, ,
utiblfsn; ,cbnkeqiiehtly,hey haveben- obliged fcrgolyiJi vf
to iiim'asoit; and-Ihcy: resnetlfullB rnqafltti Ibaat allsig
orik'ramny h soutiu juimwilatellf.. - : ,i ,, ,.,,,,, ,'t
They cohairchlly e.tioct that the work.WllcrtnW',,' .
niurh Intoreet us any word of flotlon' Aat'har of hilut
years emanated from Aha. Dsnafcrns, uotwithatandinr.
i since the publication of "Uncle Tvn's Cabin," worka
. relating to slavery b-i Amertca, rao and coit, hAvebAovA
nnnieious, nouelmra apDeaioii Having relation to uta-.j
avstem or pureliaslug slaves on the African' Coast, ,
written by one who bus Witnessed It 111 all lu Mdoou
llcl'ornillyi U'lu wofk la.writtea-,! ohaate n4fur; j
Imiguago, andivcill bu, a welcome arid Instructive ad- -dltioh
fo the famify library. ' n-JiT iwi.:y-i
HkxWo WlllforinRheuutirul Vetera vatamb of'4n-xir
paEKiA,liniidiwuHily.illastrutKd wllhflne eiurravlngJanda,'
legan(ly hoiiud. In ctotli. , :Pr1W.,1n (Tijtli,''oife aitlarfS
in nrim-V. VS eciitsi t WciJriUl3a'roWesiwlB'.M! A'bttil l'ie
;h,pjlWfciior to.-iiy yytrltoifiofi oiHfetS(
;T7ti r,w.rFan.ri m.niinarti .RS'rirfO J of
JSq, ISBaaMtn 8tb
an4 tiy'M itBoiNaWtlii
irongnoat tor utrtrcai "
States and British Province).
It -did I
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