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A Address f Lake try.,'
Mlty drctdt. How your bona twelU aad aeatt,
Aadaow yea. ftp thiage. How wat yoa took, ea.
WbMirt" yoa pet oa wkea yoa gat t blow
lag 1 Tee la I-epteaibeT, how prood yea ara "
Caaee jea au rala tka wlad, aad kick ap rows
And l(bl tka ban, aad Uar away lama-av-Tarda
I (tSat hi yoa aaed to .) Bat joira ttopt.
bow 4a tka Ibai breakwater, yoa aid luld T
fcoeaat tkat kaap yaa raapaewele, and pat
Btrapeoa your peats. Don't that tUck iayourerop.
Didn't they give 7x "pllee" wbea Ihey pat that then,
Waydoa'lyo-airyve til up the canal,
t aboald think jo would aatck eold beta nada
Of tuck damp stuff.
, Who ara yoa, an y bow f
Whtl'l going to torn of yoa f Yoar found out
Toar going to leak oat arer tha Falls.
Tbat'a HI Yoa aaadnt b apptah eao.ee you're
Nothing bat rala water; la tplte of your tar
Yoa auvte to bon7 from othor Lakot to koep
Yaaraalf from gotlla irT- Hey yoa old bankrupt.
N BgU jtswtSfwaa.
Marshal felf Arnaud.
The ltte commander-in-chief of the al
lied troop Y" man of unquestioned cour
age and of considerable ability and astute
nee. But his earl career was any thing
Jean Jacques Leroy for the name of St.
Arnaud was one afterwards assumed was
born in the year 1801, and entered the French
army as" sotfs-Heutenant in the Guards in
1816. Charges were brought against him of
fraud, upon which he was experled from the
After many shifts and degradations, he be
came clerk to a street letter writer, a class
who gain considerable custom in Paris from
the poorer and illiterate classes. While
fhuJ employed, be was arrested for larceny.
The evidence produced against him is still
extant. It is a pawnbroker's ticket, bear
ing testimony that "Madame Decreniie,
pawnbroker, 17, Rue Neuve des Pettis
Champs, Paris, advanced eighteen francs on
the 7th of January, 1324, upon a plaid Wool
en shawl, two female linen chemises, and
two of cotton, to L. de St. Arnaud.'
Perhaps in consequence of this he fled
from Paris to London, where he was for
some time known as the partner of a female
windier who passed hersell oh? upon unsus
pecting tradesmen as the Baroness Pillay,
and a lady of high position and large for
tune. The police turning more of their at
tention to M. Leroy and the Baroness than
was agreeable, they resolved to decamp to
Paris again'. They did so, but not until the
Baroness had stripped their furnished apart
ment of their beds, chests' and other move
ables. After this, the partnership was dis
solved. Leroy de St. Arnaud, as he now called
himself, succeeded by Legitimist influence
in getting restored to his rank in the army.
It was said by his enemies that it was on
condition of his acting as a spy. However
this may be, he was a principal instrument
in the betrayal of the Duchess de Berri an
act which brought so much opprobrium upon
tiira among his brother officers that he took
service with the Foreign Legion in Algiers.
He is accused of having been so addicted to
gambling, that he was on the point of being
cashiered. But the commanding general,
Bulphreries, interposed and pardoned him.
Then comes a part of, his history that
tends somewhat to relieve these dark shades.
His courage and activity led to his being se
lected for various services, and he was re
warded by a captain's commission. Other
promotions followed, and he returned to
France in 1851 as General St. Arnaud.
One of his military achievements previous
however, was marked by the extreme of bar
barity, the burning and suffodatlon of five
hundred Algerines, men, women and chit
dren, in a cavern.
He became very early an adherent of Lou
is Napoleon. It is currently reported that
n'either of them dared to trust the other, and
that St. Arnaud always retained in his pos
session the order to bombard Paris, written
ia Napoleon's own hand, in order, if need
be, to use it against his master, who, on the
other hand, preserved the judicial records of
St. Arnaud's early delinquencies, ready to
bring them up in judgment. He knew and
respected his military abilities, however, or
he would not have advanced him to the im
portant post of Commander-in-Chief of the
French army of the East. Death-interposed,
just as he seemed likely to attain the height
of military glory.
A Hard Case. A poor Irish woman, up
wards of 60 years of age, who, for the last
ten years has kept an apple stand in the vi
cinity of tho depots, deposited some three
months ago the sum of $300 in gold in the
Canal Bank. Yesterday morning, with
trembling steps, she went to the Bank and
asked for her money. But she was coldly
refused the little all which she had laid up to
support her declining years. This poor old
creature had bore the heats of summer and
the blasts of winter to accumulate this sum,
and now she finds it swept out of her reach,
and squandered in luxurious living, of" sJtik
in copper stock sctfratlon. How much- is
the heartless swindler better than the high
way robbeCr -kfer.
. Recruitiko for the Army. Five hun
dre'd recruits for the United States Af my,
were obtained during the month of October
just passed the offers of 1,283 being re
jected for various causes. This result shows
the capital working of the new army pay
law, the description of men enlisted under
it being much mSre satisfactory than here
Uffortf.' ISabth. Somegenins has'desc'ribed;the
Earth as a place of peverty, toil, vexation,
want, pain, sickness, trouble, marriage, per
plexity, murder, birth, robbery, cold, music,
sctintv preaching, praying, conversation, by
p(jerscy,'fasality, election, defeat, victory,
lighting, and death.- Think we shall Jeave
aWoafeT'.?: : '."
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- (&"Tbe teschefs of the BafTaio piittfc
schools bar ordered a stone block for the
Washington" Monument . It is frdm what
M tslIH "Buflalo Plsini Stone,M and is , to
tie ornsmented- iritk shaste sod haddsome
. BUSINESS CARDS.
Attorney at Law aad KoUry Publle. OSfee aver
ftwlfVa Drag Store, la the Brick Building opposite
tha Co art hoiue.
rx p ipnwN
Will b foond Mil further announcement, In room
Dll U'ilta lilAM.
Attorney at Law, Ravenna, Porta Connty, Ohio.
OSUe la tha weal end of Phiculz Block, over the
Store of Rowell, Witter 4k Co.
J. L. BAIIIT. I. B. TaTLOB
RANNEY & TAYLOR,
Attorney! and Counsellors at Law aad Solicitors la
Chancery, umeetn Heynxourt t men a, ap stairs
L. V. BIK1CE.1 L. H. JEFFRIES
BIERCE &. JEFFRIES.
Attorn lee at Law. Office In the Katieod of the Phoenix
Block, op etairs.
Attorney at Law, Rarenna, Ohio. Office at the Grand
Jnry Room.ln the Conrt Honf .
A. BIEBCE.l T. B. COSAHT.
BIERCE &, CON ANT,
AUorneyi ai la. Office .No. 3, Phoenix Blocn Ka
WILLIAM CAINE, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeons Office So. 8,
Phwnix Block, over II. L. Day'a SUire, Ravenna,
A. II. TIDBALL,
Pnrnruii and Sranaoit; otltce at the stand formerly
occupied by Dr. Welih. r'reolom, Portage Co.. O.
II. PRATT, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon. Office in F. W. Soymour'i
biiildint on the public square, nearly opposite the
Court House, Ruremin. Ohio.
DOCTOR W. CLARK,
Has removed to Franklin Mills. Residence on the
corner, a few doors South of the Episcopal Churih.
March 18, 1BJ3.
nr Dlf P tit n
iU. SVlt-'U, IS
Eclectic Physician and Surjroon. Palmyra, rortage
county, Ohio. Mercury, Antimony ana tsioou 101
ting are regarded as injurious.
J. SMITH, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon, PUmyrn. Portage Tonnty. O.
ISAAC COWLES, M. D.,
Physician and Sjirgeon, PalmyJa, Portage county, 0.
Office at his t'tug otora.
E. Z. BROW'S. F. X?. SPARR.
BROWN &. SPARR.
Manufacturers and Pealers in Pino Window Sash nud
Blinds, a few roils directly north of I'iuenix Block
near Parmelos .Mill. Kavcnitn, O.
J. E. WILLIAMS, P. H. BABC0CE, H. HURD, JR.
WILLIAMS, BABCOCK & HURD,
Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of Groceries, Foreign
nnd Domestic Liquors mid Wines, Fancy Goods,
Toys, etc. Also Maniif;:cluri'S of the best quality
of Confectioneries, Xo F3 Superior St., Clevelaiid.O.
it. L. DAY,
Dealer In S.tsip!e and Fsncyllry Goods, on tho Public
Square, Ravenna, Ohio.
ROWELL. WITTER & CO,,
Dealers In .Staple nnd Fancy Dry Good. Crockery,
tiaruware, Hoots ami &uoet, etc., at the old stand 01 N
Day, Ravenna, O.
PRENTISS, HOPKINS &. CO.,
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Crockery,
naruware, etc., res. side or sue ruuiic square, tin
F. W. SEYMOUR,
Dealer In Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Ready .Made
Clothing, Hardware, die, north side of Public
Square, Ravenna, O.
II. W. S3I1TII & CO.,
Wholesale and KetnH dealers in Groceries and Provi
sions, in Collins House Block, liarenna. Ohio.
A. V. HORR,
Dealer In Staple and Fancy Pry Goods, Crockery,
Hardware, c., snaiersvnio, rorlage county otuo.
Dealer in Drujrtund -Mtniit ines. together with Flour,
Dealer In Drugs and Medicines, north side of Public
"quare, narenna, utno.
Watch Maker, Jeweler, nnd dealer in Clocks, Watch
es, Jewelry and Musical instruments; No. 3, Pboe.
nix Block, Ravenna, Ohio.
Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Sad
dlery, die. Frazer's Block opposite tho Bank, Main
St.-, Ravenna, O.
AND GENERAL STAGE OFFICE,
By WILLIAM M. FOLGHR, Ravenna, Portage Co.,0.
By JOHN D. SNYDER, immediately Wostof the Court
House, Canton, Ohio.
E. T. RICHARDSON.
Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Iron. Steel
Nails, Glass, e., Xo. 8, Phtenix Block, Ravenna,
MANUFACTURER of Boots and Shoes, of all kinds,
two doors south of the Court House, in the shop for
merly occupied by Andrew McKri.Io, Ravenna.
E. H. WAIT, M. D. D. S. HALL, M. .
WAIT do HALL,
Physicians nnd Rurjreons, Ravenna, Clio. Ofi.ce at
the re?idenccof Dr". Wait, Alain St.
J. HAYES, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon, office second door East of Es.
ty's Exchange, Shalersville, Ohio.
D. M. SOMMERVILLE. E. B. R'eeves.
SOMMEEVILLE &. REEVES
Merchant Tailors Nearly opposite tho Bank, Raven
na Ohio. August 7th. 18;" 1.
COLLINS, BELDING & PRENTICE.
Physicians and Surgeons. Offlco in the Phrenix Block,
over Rowell, Wilier & Co., Store, Ravenna, Ohio.
GEO. Bl LL ft CO.,
PROPRIETORS Ravenna Summit Mills,
and Dealers in Produce, Salt, Plaster,. .Flour,
I eed, etc., at the rooms lutuly occupied by S. Day, op
posite the Pliosnix Block, Ravenna, Ohio.
Win. IC. Johnson,
URGICAL AND MECHAN
ICAL DENTIST will perform allon-
erations connected with profession in the
most approved style of modern Dentistry. Teeth from
one to full sets inserted, single or in blocks, in a man
ner that will avoid that unnatural appearance too
common in Dental' Substitutes. Mr. J., intends ma
king Ravenna' hit permanent residence, and guaran
tee satisfaction tonii tnoso who may luvor mm witn
their patronage. Office over F. W. Seymour's Store.
RtprEnr.isi s that may be consulted by lotter or oth
erwise, DrK.. Sheldon, Troy, Geauga counnty; Dis.
Harlow Curtis, and Vincent, R. Tavlor nnd C. T.
Blakeslee, Chagrin Falls; Kcv. D. II. Miller, Chester.
Ravenna May 1, lf54. 4W-.f
MATTHEW'S Daguerien Rooms, at Sey
mour's Block, on Main St. The rooms arc
large and pleasant, and the arrangement of light, for
taking good, clcarand fine likenesses, in the most care
ful manlier, cannot be excelled. No other rooms shall
produce liner specimens of the art than at mine.
Every variety, style and finish of Cases for Miniatures
. I'r)ns wishing to send their likenesses to their
friends 'b7-"mail, can find cases expressly for tho pur
pose. WM. B. MATTHEWS.
Ravenna, Atfgust 22, '54. 477-tf
NEW CABINET FURNITURE.
3 doors East
THE Sobacriber having gone into the Fur
niture business very extensively. Is prepared to
furnish his customers with furniture oi tue latest and
As I have on tand and am receiving daily from the
well known establishment of M. Demerest of Free.
dom, a largeassortment of rich and anil common Fur
nitnre of every description, to numerons to particular
ize, ali of which in style and workmanship If warrant
ed lo be eoual to anv in this market' -
Myfaeilitles for manufacturing nnd bcying a3 not
equalled by any other establishment: ccmerfuehtly I am
selling to furniture dealers, and all others much cheap
er than can be bought elsewhere.
Those who are furnishing Houses are particularly
invited to can ano examine lortnemseives, at trie f ur
niture will recommend itself to all who are judges.
P. S. I keep constantly on hand Dressed Flooring;
alio, Sash, Blinds and Doors of my own manufacture.
I am prcpuedto plane, tonguoand groove Flooring
nder M ioetwa wide, of any thickness, at short notice.
Ravenna, jnna 20, 1854 I. V.TURKHAM.
Sash and Blinds.
THE Bubsiribera keep constantly on hand
J Window SashoT fiearly all sire's manufactured In
tha neateet and most-' substantial manner, and will
make to order Blinds on" the shortest notice. They In
vite those In want of these artlctesto call and examine
their manufactures before purchasing elsewhere.
Shop a few rods directly North of Unnta Block, near
Ptrmele'sB team Mill. BROW J oVBPARR.
. .For Sale,
-' AwEOT and mall House with four
MiX kotfd'6oTifr!a. a buttory, a good Cistern,
Barn and plenty of goott Grafted baring Fruit
Said lot ta situated olrflyormour St-i oneiof toath
Main. For particulars enquire of R. R. KiNnsimv.
Bevaana, March te ,18M. "
riwn. - . . . - -
Fr ttvg Spring Trade.
r ROCERIES and Provisions st Whole-
VJ aala aad Retail. The Bubarrlban icapaetfully tar
vlte tha aUaaUoa of MerchauU Ihrourboul tha county.
or roruice, anu ww uaue ffaooraiiy, tw wir -w. v
GKOC bKltb kept aousuntly oa aaao, ana w sua
lilitiaiui an dailv made. Our atock com prises every
Uilng aaually kept la Grocery and Provl.ioa Eatobliaa-
mesla, waica we am preparaa to aeii i "i
house la Um county. Beiog worklnf aiea ourselves
wa defy compeUlloa.
Peeling grateful to our friends for their liberal pa
tronage extended to us, wa assare theiit .that wa ca
tbeia gieater Induoaments this season, tit hefers,
the (ollowlnf comprises a portion cf ear stock t
COT t Kl ,
Rio and Lsfnara, Cuba, and Old Government Java.
STJAK, atOLASSKSARDBTR B.
N o. and P. R. Sugar; Granulated do; Powdered
do ; Crushed do; B. and C. Coffee do; Double raflned
Loaf augar, New Orlcaua Molasses; Cardenas do;
Green, dt Stuaru syrup;
Cloves: Kulmejrs; Glnjrer; Mace; Bo Mustard;
Caa do; Pepper bauce; Cassia; Ground Pepper, Spice
P R V I T S . , j : ..
Boxes M R Raisins; Layer do; Cluster do; Seed
less do; Boxes and Drums Furs ; Almonds; BrasJI
Nuts; Filberts; Knfllsb Walnuts; Pea Knta; Cocci
Ruts, Liquorice; Olive Oil; Lemons and Oranjos.
Yonna; Hyson; Gunpowder; Imperial; Old Hyson;
t t S H .
Codfish; Marncrcl; vk:teHsb; Trout; Plckerol; So
1 a;id Scaled Herring. , .
Kenliirkr Six Twist; Sweet Cavendish; Baltimore
spun; a general assonmeni or ane cm cnewinfr; xin
toil, line cut I and lb panora smokinr, Warnick dr
lirau's ran; Spanish, ball Spanish uud common Ci
gars; ftnun, o.c.
SOAP AND CANDLES.
Fanrr Shavini Soap; Bar do. do; Burwoll's chem
wah. do, Ko. 1 Washing do; Adamantine do; White
bar do: Mar Caudles; perui uo; btcarine do; tallow
LlnseoJ; Sperm: Lard: Sweet.
Bed cords: Painted Pails: Tubs: British Lustre;
Copperas; Aluui; Chalk; Rosin; Tar; .Madder; Can-
dleHicH; w rapping twine; cordage; intugti; ricaies;
Sardines; Tapiuca; Maecaroni; Jtico flour; Baskets;
Whip Irishes; ('ream Tartar; Sup. Carb. Soda; Sal
Soda; Tartaric Acid; Whlliiig; Putty; Flour Sulphur;
Ottar; Saltpetre; Batting ; Spruce Gum; Blacking;
Glassware; Stoneware; Paper; Ink; Brooms; Lime;
Matches; Powder; Candies; Salcrutus; Starch; English
split Pea; Osage Orange Seed, for Hedgos; Toys; Wal
lets; Snufl Boxes; Stool Pens; Lead Pencils; Slutes;
Slate Pencils; Mop Handles; Faucets, dec.
Flour; Buckwheat do; Com Meal ; Potnloos ; Vin.
egur; B.'ans; Drid Reef; Lard; Hams; Shoulders;
Pork; Fish; Hutter, Turnips; Peas; Corned Beef;
Cheese; Kjecl Crackers; Pickles; Onions; Beets; Ton
gu'es; Maple Molasses; do. Sugar: Honey, eVc.
We shall keep our assortment fresh andi'iill through,
out the season, ami sol'cit nil examiiiatinu from any
ono disicscd to purchase. ..
K. B. CaslipaMfcrnliklnAs cf country Produce,
ortak.-.n in exenanse for Good, at rates wjileh will be
satisfactory. H Wj SMITH dt CO.
Kavcnna, April 13th,
TR. A. A. Harris ha3 associat-
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,17 od w
xj co witn mm in me practice or 1'en
tistry, Dr. J. G. Willis, and thev have
flttcd up rooms in the Phirnix Block, cast end over
Richardson's Hardware Store, for the purposeof curry
ing on the Dental business in Its various branches, and
to offer a generous public the latest improvement in
As Uiey are permanently located in Rarenna, all those
wishing "work done by them can depend on havingtholr
work done in a proper manner; such as whole Setts
of Teeth, minor Setts, partial Setts, Teeth cleansed,
nnd fill vrflh Gold Foil, crystalizcd Gold, Tin Foil,
Teeth extracted with the use' of chloroform or without.
They have a preparation fordestroyingthe nerve ofach
ini; teeth end will perform all other work incident to
their profession. .
W'e intend to free ourselves from all impositions
practice by pretenders. W'e will bo governed In our
practice strictly by priuciple, and wil not knowingly,
perform any operations wn ng, no matter how strongly
solicited or what the inducement may be.
All operations performed cn tlie teeth in our offlco,
vill be warranted and no person is required to take or
pay for work unless perfect satisfaction is gl
Knvwna, March U.
105 Superior St., Cleveland.
BRANCH AT FRANKLIN MILLS, OHIO.
AT the earnest solicitations, of many of
the citizens 01 Franklin, and vicinity; splendid
rooms ure flttcd up, al this place, for a"Muri'antile Col
lege. It Is intended to make this Institution, emin
ently worthy of public patronage, as it ill afford tho
same facilities for Commercial insli ili lion, asal Cleve
land ami elsuwhcre.
The same course of Instruction will be adopted here,
as taught at the maiu College, and the same Diploma
will be awarded.
The Branch will lie under the superior superinten
dence ol L'has. Peek. Jr., a skillful, practical account
ant; and familiar with the course of Instruction, as
taught at our best InsitiiUions.
The Principal of the College, may bo cvpected, at
stated times to give inslruct'ons, in Penmanship.
Terms for the full course, time unlimited 8.'5.
Boot, Shoo, and Leather Store.
THE SUBSCRIBERS lake pleasare ..in
aa. lag, that they have now on hand the largest,
best nnd most complete assortment of Boots, Shoes
and Gaiters ever oft'iired in Portage connty. Like
wise that they hare removed to their Kerf. Store,,
two doors east oI hrenix Block, where they will at all
times be pleased to wait upon their old customers and
friends, to any thing in the line of Ladies, Gents.
Boys, Youths,' Misses and Children's Shoes, Boots or
Gaiters, either of home oreastern manufacture. Also,
Oak and Hemlock Sole and upper Leather, French
and Ohio Calf and Rip Skins; Morocco, Lining and
Binding Skins, end aim. t everything in the lino nl
Shoe makers Tools ar.d Findings. All thoso in want
ofany of the above mentioned articles would find it to
theiradvantagc to examine our goods nml prices before
purchasing elsewhere. .
we sen at small prcnis and must have prompt pay.
Ravcnria, Hay 22, 1P54
OF the best brands and quality, constantly on hand,
for sale by the bid. or gallon, at Dlrham I; Gard
ner's Boof Shoe and Leather Store. Tanner's wish
ing to exchange Leather for Oil, will And it totheirin
terest to give us a call.
"RS. A. CARHARTT, takes pleasure
1TJL in informing tho ladies of Ravenna and vicinity,
that on Monday, October 23, she returned from New
Vork,and will open her Fall and Wintur Stock of Hat;
Alsoalarso and splendid assortment of Caps, Head
Dresses, Flowers, Velvets, Satins, Ribbons nnd . Millin
ery goods generally of tho latent and most desirable
styles; also dress and cloak pattoriu. She has ob
tained the (exclusive premium chart for dress cutting,
nnd is prepared to give lessons at $2,00, Patterns cut
and filled to tho form 25 cents. A share of the public
patronage i" respectfully solicited.
Oct. 21, 1RJ-I. 4?C-4w
IOR SALE. The subscriber has one su
perior toned Melodeon manufactured by Bishop
Sf Chi Ids, Cleveland. Said instrument is entirely new.
Four and a half octaves; will sell it at a barga'in. It
may be seen by calling ou
Ravenna, Sept. 12th, 1854. Ravenna, Ohio.
ROBINSON, KING & Co., have opened an Offlco
in the Democrat building, in Ravenna, and are
prepared to discount short paper, buy and sell Gold,
Silver, and Eastern ejtchango on liberal terms. In
terest paid on deposits and credited to depositers semi
annually, and on deposits left on specified time at such
rates as may be agreed upon.
Collections made and remitted promptly at usual
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned, has
been duy appointed County Inspoctor, under the
"act to prevent the adulteration of Alcoholic Liquors,"
passed May 1, 1834, and Is duly ipjglifled and ready to
enter upon the duties of his office. Offlco over Rowell,
Witter dt Co'., Store. A. BELDING; Inspector.
Ravenna Summit Jtltllsr'
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, c Particular attention given to
custoi.i work. ;
Wo have in connection with the above opened a
FLOUR nnd FEED STORF., at the rooms lately occu
pied by S. Day, opposite the Pliosnix Block, where can
be found at all limes FLOUR by the barrel er in sacks,
FEK1) of all descriptions. Also, SJILT, PLASTER,
FISH, LIME, dt. . GEO. BUEL If Co.
Ravenna, April 3; 1854.
Farm for Sale.
HE Subscriber has an excellent
rcEsuT J fiirm for sale. 9.1 mllos south-east of Kaven-
Is! oa- There are 140 acres, seventy acres on each
side of the road, one rood farm House andBarn.
well watered on each side of the farm, a good water
privilege unoccupied st Lock" on the canal.
Persaih.wishlng to purchase, enquire al the Store of
J. H. Bostwlck Co., or on the Farm.'
Rav Mina, March 18, 1654 45-tf Gio. Bnt-rwici. -
First come, first Served .
11 HOSE Book Cases" havs arrived, at last,
. please call and iee them, they' will pay thjet rouble.
We have also, a fine lot of parlor Furniture, oa the
road, new styles will be here next week; also, 20 pic
tures of different kinds; also, a quantity of Looking
Glaaa plate, tbjoae having framea minus the plate, can
have them flllod at any time, by calling at '
GairriN 4 BosTwieBV.
jHn6, 1851. - Phoenii BlcSk.
DRUG S & HARDWARE.
New Drugs I New Dm.. 1 1
TVR. L SWIFT has just received large
U additlfB to his stock at medicines, paints, oils.
varnishes, dyes, braahaa, parnimary au purcna'
era la thla Hue ara Invited to call. JunoM, IHA4.
1 nOfi I BS. or pore white lead, 800 do.
L U U U aoda ash, 100 do rose pink, 100 do British lus
tra, 10 do Juniper berries, t) do Calabria licoric, 90
gross corks) Jua received by " 1FT.
June ae, 'a.
TlIITTn fYTIIiPT walrrian. fcKatprinc
1 AA-.AWA, v 9
tissue, rhlnoidlna, Beldllds's powders, aod Mver
. a. . ll.-.- M lA.lUa IniH. lafMIAMna ifUU
lion, give ripe, Ulriura, wood ptha. nlpertne.
WIC1U Hr7tUIIIDt ioi iaMv wu.
UcI,purtju.pb.roD, IoOide poUah. diloroform, kro-
- ... r. i -I.-.. .-( Hm1ji ruilaak. fit rat itVifl.
mrn-moo4 and poreelUn morun, fliuu aad wede-
. . i . a : I .ui..a aaaniall vll
Tamarinds, Upioca, corn march, pro uud musUri.Sage,
k.k....A ...IU a?taa satiikswrtanl. BtlaMat! mntit.
BUlomwuiu, MiaHriiiia, - . , ,
wormwdaiU ? ayringei, aielhoifopea, truaaea, borte
graduated measure, nuraiog tubes and bo tilt; for sale
it l SWIFT.
nANDIED Fleir Root, true apruce gum
J augar coated cards mona, perfumery axtraeU.eo
Ugne, lip salve, toilet soap, ahaving cream and aoap,
k7 mm lymii., i, r. roje water, balr tonics.
hair olis, half dyes,' sponge a gn't variety, court
plaster, cooacig exlracis wmon, . ",T.'4i ,"'
etc. ror sale . uie a. a. . ..-"
"EMMERY'S Sand papsr. Glue, Putty, Bath
J-J Brick; brajilwoodcr oi"e,c -cnmi,pciuou i.u,
Vandyke brown, coach and .'nrnlturj arnlsh, damar
varnish, line dryer, Japan, drvcr-g0111 .VBroii,
Aspbalture, burning fluid, ramphene, ;!!, Wile,
green. Brown and red smalt, canary and luP w".
starch and starch polish, salt of lemon fur rein.""'
stains, Oic. ror sale at Hwift's
BROWN'S Essence Jamacia Ginger, for
Summer complaints, cholagogutvGuisotts Yellow
dock, Nutchlngs Dyspepsia bitters, Hoofluiid's bitters
Jayne's Falinostocks, Sellers dt McLane't vermifuge,
McAllsters dt Trask's Ointment, condition Powders,
Gargling Oil, nerve and bone Linemont. For sale at
HARRISON'S and McAlisters, Hair Oil,
Amber Lustnilfor the hair, rose hair oil, Lyons
Kaithairon,Tricopherous KadwaysBalw,Pfaalon's In
Tigorator, dic.,at Bwift's.
IXTRA Paint and Varnish Brushes; Hat,
J ( loth and Shoe Brushes; graining, dusting and
(crabbing Brushes; white wash and sash Brushes; a
first rate assortmcntjitst received by I. H W1FT.
ONE Ton of dry Zinc Paint, No. 1; half
ton ground rinc paint, In S3 cent keg ; .11) lbs An
atto, a good article, Just ree'd, by 1. SWIFT.
TEVER and Ague Remedies, all kinds far
J- sale at Swur's.'
CHROME Green, ground in Oil, 1 lb, S
lb, and 3 lb cans, Just received at Swrrr'i.
PARIS Green, ground in Oil, 1 lb and 4
lb cans. Just re'dat Swift's.
C HATCH Is how receiving another largo supply
i of fresh Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oil direct
from Kew York, which he olfers at his usual low terms
GREAT variety of Paint, White wash. Varnish,
. doilies anil hair Brushes, at Hatch's.
rpHK largest assortment of fancy, Toilet and family
soaps, overoureo in Kaveuna, at match's;
'THE subscribers keep on hand and are
-i- constantly receiving the largest and best assort
ment of Stoves in this county; among which, aro some
new patterns of Cook Stov es not before introduced.
The Kingof Stoves has a very largo eleV: ted oven, ca
llable of baking six loaves nt once, has six boiler
holes, ia perfect in all its operations, and is decidedly
one of Ihe most splendid Stoves in use. The United
States, has also a very large elevated oven, the boiler
holes are so arranged, that ft large brass kettle can be
used upon it, the bottom plate is of sunlcient thick
ness to be proof against cracking, 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 recomend itself to those
wi'hing a cheap and convenient Cook Stove.
We also keen most of the old .patterns of Stoves.
such as the Empire State, Buiigup, Cobb's Elevated
Oven, Clinton Air-Tight, Western, True American,
anl others we have not time to mention.
Tlioso v.'i.'.g a good Stovo will do well to give us a
call at our SS'loie room, al the old stand formerly oc
cupied by C. Prc'titiss, one door west of the Prentiss j
House. : ..... cixKLEvfr kaiyson.
Ravenna. Juno, 1, ISCf.
WAIT A MOMENT--S(jmethingf more
If cottiin? in the shape of a seif-heiitine sinooth-
1U Aruii. . nil a iiiiiiiinii vi mn ui iiutiriiai, ll cr
fon can do the Ironing for an ordinary sized fumilv, it
saves the inconveuiDiiee of heating up a stove, the ex
pense ot firo wood, Ihe neeorsity of working one half ol
the time with Irons either ii;o hot or too cold, nnd the
very unpleasant necessity of working in a sweltering
heai from a Stove, as is generally tho cse where Irons
i will. .. i ir.. i - i.. e ..i t -
are ueai iniiie oiu way, you nave only to try tuein to ue
convinced. For sale at Becklev Sr Katvsos'a.
OUSE KEEPER'S TAKE NOTICE.
vveaix' iiianittacturinir a new articlo of -tin Ba
ker, for Summer usu; it U porlnblu, huI enre be set
out doors, willi ftuurl or two of charcoal, it will !o
nn oniiii.-iry baking. Mini tlnl too in a muiiuer tlmt Is
liurd to bent. CaU and sec tii-"ii at'
liECKLEY & RAWHOlfV. '
T?OR CHEESE MAKERS We are ma-
JL king anew kind of Vat for making Cheese. The
Healer is placed under the Vat. so that it entirely re
moves the objection that has been had to the other
kirn's of heater's, whether the vat Is full, half full, or
one quarter full of water. It work equally well, there
being no danger of injuring the heater by flro. It will
pay you to cull and see them, whether you buy or not.
Kept ou uuuu ana luauo lo oruer at
June 1. Bicxlky $ Rawson,s.
MOTICE The subscribers have removed
ll their Store and Tin shops to the old stand of Cyrus
Prenlips. one door West of the Prentiss House, where
they will lie happy fo see llieir old customers, and as
many new ones as can make it convenient to'call.
August, vo, 04. nr.. i i,c v c: ,Avvrtu..
WE aro manufacturing Steamers for the purpose of
heating Milk Wasli water, and various other u.cs
for which Uiey aro so convenient.
KECSI.EY l( KAWJON 8.
Hard ware ! I3:s rd wa re ! ! '
THE subscriber takes pleasure in snyinn
lltol he has now in hand, the largest and most com
plete stock Hardware ever offtred in Portage county;
comprising a full a-sortuient of all articles tisuallly
kept in a Hardware Srre, and those cf the hnstquuli
tyand manufacture, which will be sold cheap for ready
pay, Aug. 28 '54' ut E. T. Richakosom's.
A LARGE nndgenerul assortment of Nails
Glass and House Trimming of every variety, at
IRON of every kind and size; Cast, Gor
man and Spring Steel, Steel Srings, Axels, wagon
Boxes,' cast and wroiijrht Iron Anvils, solid box Vices,
Sledges, wrought Nuts and Washers, ITorse st:bo Nails
and Nail rods ut E.T. Richardson.
FARMER'S can now find at the Hardware
Store. Corn Shclle's, Hay unci Straw Cutters, of
the most approved kinds, cheap as can be purchased at
he Factory, Hay Knives, Shovels, Spades, Crow Bars,
Picks, .Mattocks anu c Hams or every description, nt
. 1 . KlCARDSON.
MULEY and Sash, Mill Saws, Cross Cut,
Tonnor and Circular Saws, of all sizes, Hand,
Rip and Back haws, of tho very best quality and nnisli,
at E. T. ItlCHARDKOS.
CWAIN and Cast Iron Pumps, 3-8, 1-2, 3-4
J 1 and H In Lead vlpe. Sheet Zinc, Spelters, Bar
Tin, Rivils, dec. E. T. Riciiaruson.
RIFLE Barrels and Trimings, Shot Guns,
and Revolvers. ' E. T. Richardson.
CARRIAGE and Harness Trimmings, Pa
tent Hub Bandund Patent Leather, constantly on
hand, at , Richardson's.
PARPENTERS, JOINERS, Coopers and
17 all bi.ula nfMn,.l.A..tl.TnAla n A thnn n nf tl.a h n.l
quulity; Cutlery of every dfcsciiptfon, curtiin Kan tin
1 A ..a. - II . a l . -i IJ .1 1
uuu uA.urcn, ruuit I'liutj, new Biviu uusn oijuicb, uiju
Id fuct most every kind of jeooUs usually Immd in a
Hardware Store, button numerous to mention here, to
Mliith I mnll .a,,i,lf.i ll.r 1 n w it a IK A 1 tit a I irttl nt tha
public. No. 8, Phoenix Block. Ka venna, Ohio.
AUgUSl XO CM. - till HIHUK A
The Farmers)' Friend.
T HAVE NOW ON HAND the most com-
X plcte and desirable article for cutltn(r stalks, hay,
straw, dec, there is In use, to which 1 respectfully In
vite tha. attention of the farmers and stock raising com
munity. E. T. RICHARDSON.
October 10, 1854. 10-tf.
Here You, Sirs 1
IF you want a good suit of Clothes, call at
the Store of tha subacrlbers in Campbell' Block,
where yoa can buy cheap for cash all kinds of Cloths,
Ready Mule Clothliia. Tailors Trimmings, etc., from
a standing dicky down to a full rig and complete fit that
can't be beat tliis side of of sunrise.
H.JS. Cutting done to order. U. L. dc J bUTLIF F.
Ravenna, March 13, 1854
tfsWirSTV ... t e nitYiJ
l vuppjjr VI VtVUia vvuajiatuig ui
-! - Al tT. A 1 - A I M
VI1(lJIVLVa F7IUOV) af OB Daly WtO., r
THAT Fancy Vesting is going oil fast and
cheap, t ,, O. Ii.A J. P. BuTLirrs.
March 20, 1854 '.
. H. I-., -aV-aia-, mi. aaii ii an mf m-
.HO ATS Pants n) Vesta a trood suhrilv at
J M&tok 90, IBM. -' 0-L.-& J.P. SoTLirrs.
CLOCKS, a good' osortment ' for aale
rtrp at B.A.Baiaa A Ci.-
DRY GOODS, &C.
R. Ai GILLETPS ADV'S,
Great Commotion la Tlnntcnm.
p oods have fallen as per cent.
IX The subscriber in his "Card" of Oct. 3, told the
good people of Old Portage that be would bring dowa
the prices of coeds twenty -Ave percent, in this town
and county; be luds that by advertisement (although
probably "wind work,") that his neighbors will aell auc
Tea for STJc, If such statement be true, Uien tha people
can. reloitw that the "got rested" maa baa dona some
5 ood, although "rested" he baa aever "squatted
own" u poa the rep uta lie n of aa nc ar ii&t-i-l,
but conducts busineaa on his own book; however, soo
rog tbakhisnclgbbors are induced lo tktlk itwn their
gocds and not "switch off ou the aide track," he offers
them the"righl hand of fellowship" and proposes to
give the in a list of prices, so that they may get out Beit
week another "wlndy"oiee of what great things
they can do when drives to the wall." Bo here we (W
Good Sugar for lcl '
" Molasses 31c;
Coffee Sugar 04; . 1 .. ,i
4-4 Brown Sheeting for 8e per yt'.rc; came
kind our neighbors aeli for Sc.
Fair article of muslin 6te;
Good madder prints 6c per yd.
October 24, 1H54. RANSOM A.'GILLETT.
BANSOn A. GILLETT
HAS-OPENED that NEW and SPLEN
did STOCK of Drv Goods. Groceries. Hardware,
Crockery, Ac, which he will sell exclusively for
"KKADY PAY" at lower, rates than naa oven onereu
tu this town or county in the wst two years. He does
not think it necessary to tell a long story, but will en
deav'or to satisfy those who will giro him a call and ex
amine his slock ol goods, that Ihoy are decidedly cheap
the "Times are Hard" and prices have been made to
correspond. October 18, 1854.
t. TWITT'S ADVERTISEMENTS,
. ia. .
New Hats for Fall Trade.
TWITT has just received 16 Cases of new
styles of Hats, Caiis; comprising all the new styles
just issued. I have nothing to say as regards quantity;
any person mat was ever in my room, situated at JSo.
4, Phoenix Block, will say that I have the largest assor
meiit of Hats and Caps, Willi the best room to show
them, in ncrlhern Ohio. Owing to money being scarce
this Fall, 1 will sell goods nt extremely low prices.
I will sell a Hut for $: worth $4,50
do " S,.',u " .' 3,50
do " 1,73 2,50
Wldo Awake Hats for 1,75 " S,J
Know-Jiolhing " " 1,50 " 2.23
20 Cases ol'Kossulh Hats, for $1,00.
T'HE undersinrned having; purchased of
-a. James l H ill ins entire stuck ol tints. Cans nnd
Furs, would respectfully inform the citizens of Ka.
venna and surrounding country, that ho will alwnvs he
found on hni'd, at No. 4, Rhn ulx Block, Willi the best
assortment ol Hats, Caps, b urs, ltullalo Rohes, Um
brellas, and Carpet Bags, &c , tluttcau he found in
In the country. Call and oxaiiiiue. tho:io fie-hiouablo
great Republic Caps and ladies Kurs, the nicest and
best article for the teas! money, ever broucht to this
county. li. TWITT.
Ravenna, Oct. 24, 1854.
EECEIVED by Express this day, 8 dozen
' more ofthoso Youiur America, Know'-Nothtiiirund
Wide Awake Hats, selling cheaper than ever, ut No.
1, l'hii-nix lllock.
CASES mure of those Fashionable Silk
U Hats warranted not to carry Bricks in the crown;
lust received and selling cheap at
H. 1 VViTT'S.
October 24, 1834. Ko. 4, Phn-nlx Block.
A CHOICE Lot o( ladies Victorines,
il Mnffelts.ar.,Bt li.TWlTT'H.
TRONING HATS without extriTciruro-e
L All hats pu chased at the Ravenna Hat Store, w ill
be kept in repair without e.Ura charge.
O Ll Men's styli-of Hats, wide brlmcil, .tilst Ihe tiling
for oh! Gentlemen. E. Twitt.
New Gootts at F. W. Sej Hioi.v'S'
'HE subscriber is now receivins a lurge
X varii iy of gnu. Is. which were purchased in Jiew
York last week al Ui-t lowest Ci;h jirics. He wnulil
Invite his friends and Customers to Ciill and examine
the followliiggiioiiii, as they will bj sold cxtrcnn-lv low.
Oct. 25, 1854. l W.sliY.MOliH.
)RESS GOODS French Merinos, tip
1J top colors; Cuburga I'urutncttas, I'criian Twills,
Jluid Merinos, new atjles very cheaji; plain and tig
gurcd bi-l.aiues, raw Silks, Alainiccas, Ginghams,
iVlerrimac print-; plaid, stripe, and changeable liress
Silk, ami a good assortment of l-ihick Dress silk.
Oct. 23, '51. K. W. SKVMOUU'S.
J IlAWLS A good assortment of Brocha,
KJ Long and sittari-d, at reduced jirlci'S, and some
nevr styles; Bay State, a li.ii.e assortment and very
cheap; a grod assortaienl of all wool, at
Ocl.25,' 4. F. W. SEYMOUR.
MORE NEW GOODS Received this
week by Railroad,
Dress Goods, Thames, Brown Sheeting,
IMoaclii.'d Sheeting, Woollen Yitrn," Col ton Yarn,
Carpet Warp, PiaM l.in ys, Cnssiiiiercs,
Satinets, Over Coating, Flannels,
Ludiu's Ilood, Children's Hoods.
at V. W. SKY.MOUR'S.
GROCERIES Hitvuna rovvn Sugar,
Vj Crushed do, CofiVo do, Mapde do, Molasses do,
Java CohVe, Rio do, Extract do. New Kaisciis, Sew
Citron, at F. VV. SEYMOUR'S.
HATS AND CAPS Gent's Silk", the lnt
est styles, Gent's Silk PlusluCaps, Cent's Kossulh,
Wide Awake, Boy's fancy Hals, children's Hals and
Caps, a good assortment, at F. W. SEYMOUR'S.
9H( Mi YARDS One Case fast colors,
iOUUU Pr1nUfor0c'ts, at
October 31, 1854. F.W. SEYMOUR'S.
ATEVV COD FISH 1000 pound opened
IV day at F. V. SEYMOUR'S.
HEA 50 cent Tea, the best in tho county;
JL 3Hdodo, butter than others sell nt forty cents,
25 do do, as good as others sell ut 33 c'ts,
SUGAR Good Brown Havana Sugar, 7
c'U; good Kew Orleans do, (Ji c'ts; Best White
Coffee do. 0 c'ts; at F. W. SEYMOUR'S.
ses, 31 c'ts, grain; R. L. & A. Stewarts. Now
York Sjrup,50c'l.-; ut F. W. SEYMOUR'S.'
pitlFFIN & BOSTWICIf, Having re-
vT moved their Furniture to their new rooms in tho
Phceilix Block, (directly over llostwick's dry' goods
Store) aro prepared to wait on their customers to uuy
thiug in their line, our stock consist in part as follows:
Sofas from JJ23 to u Jenny l.ind, S.VJ, Toto-o-teie
(face to face, suits the young exactly,) Mahogany chairs,.
Marble Top Tables, Quartettand card taldes, wlial not;
Bureaus, Mahogany cottage beds, Marble top wash
stands; Piano Stools, foot stools, die.
Also, a Due lot of Hull Stands.lhey are a beauty.
A lso,u splendid lot of Looking Glasscsd'rom Is to $18.
Also, Pictures and Picture Frames.
A line lot of Hair, Cotton, and Husk Mnifasres,
our Hair Muttrassus are manufactured in our own vi
cinity, (by Mr. McLain,of Root'sWwn,) and wo war
rant the Hair to be the ilrst quality of long Horse Hair;
the Husk and cotton, are coming Intogeucrul uselu
Also, aplenty of Bedsteads with Hinkley's Suspen
sion Bed Bottom. These beds have now been thor
oughly tried and all w ho have tascd them are pleased
with them, wo have improved the bottom by making
them thicker than nt first, wc sell them now from $3,
50, and upwards, every person who would have a btd
steud, should buy one at least for themselves, and we
assure thoin they will buy no other after.
We have a full assortment of common furniture,
cane sent chairs of all kinds, flom $5 -and upwards,
bureaus from $d and upwards, Stands 91,50 and up
wards, and some cord beds cheap If people will have
them, Tables $3, and other work In proportion.
We have been nt considerable cxpenso in fitting up
our rooms, and we Invite all to call and seo what we
have. We know we can sell as cheap, to say the least
of it, as in Cleveland or elsewhere; if tho people are
satisfied that this is tho case, will they sustain a room
of this kind by purchasing at home. All work pur
chased in the village, will be delivoredat the House of
the purchaser. 453-tf
Ravenna, MBrehM, 1C34.
New Firm, New Store, New Goods,
DALRYMPLE & Munyan, having entered
into co-partnership In tho Ready-Made Clothing
business, would respectfully Invite . the attention of
their friends, .customers,-and tho public generally, to
their stock of SEASONABLE CLOTHIJfO adapt
ed to every, age, taste, and profession. Also, Boy's
and youth's Clothing for all sizes and conditions of the
luvenile community, and exertions will oontintie to he
mado to Keep tlds department as complete as possible.
. , Orjtt FUErtiSHIKG GOODS,
embrace a- full nnd complete assortment of Shirls,
Pickles, Gloves, Hosiery, Suspenders, Stocks, Scarfs,
Cravats, NeekoTtes, Hdkfs.,4-0.
. TUE CUSTOM DEPJIR T.MEttT contain! a great
variety ofCloths, Casslmerers, Vesttngs, Ac, embrac
ing almost every article of seasonable goods for Gen
tlemen's Garments, which will be mado up to order, at
short notice, at reasonable pricea, In tasteful and fash
ionable style. - .......
Thorough workmanship and unexceptionable flta
warranted In all cases. . ''
- TTf'Tbe aystem of terma la one' yirreei'M'-' tiode
Tiation. The price of such garment and article la mas
ked In Prntn figures, and a small bat regular profit op
an each article. By this system no one, however un
experienced. Is liable to oaf aborethe market pricea.
N. B. All goods solcf;Svlll he warranted aa repre
aentod.' DALRYMPIB A MUNYOItV;
o rut door east of tha Brick Block.'.
' Ravenna, May M, IBM.
ROWELL, WITTER & CO.
New Fall and Winter Goods
TIOWELL, WITTER &. CO., No. 1
XV Phoenix Block, are bow receiving !
slalment of a general assortment of goods, adapted to
the fall aad winter trade, which have beea selected
with great care la Bostoa and ew York, wtuiia lite
past three weeks, and are prepared to offer them to
their customers sad the pubHe generally, tor ready
haw n MmuMMl mkArt JUMulll. ml r.riAMS which .defy
competition, coming from whatever quarter It any.
All persoua ra want -ef bargains ara requested to
Mil mmIb. I.a fnm. hiiHihaik.. PmfUealara
Ravensa, Oct. 4th, 184.-M0t&
- . French merino's, i .
T ADIES NOW IS YOUR TIME id buy
Li merino's, and yea will Bad these of all colors, and
at prices lower than yoa ever hoard of before. CaU
ana see them, and you will be sure to get a dM at
HO WELL A VVITTKR'S.
October 9th, 1854. :
pOBOURGS, TWILLED PERSIANS,
J alpaca, merino plaids, plain and plaid DeBerge. A
largo stock of the above goods Just opened and will be
sold at pricea to suit the times.
ROWELL & WITTER.
Oct. 9th, 1654.
ALL WOOL DELAINES, one case juat
received, all colors, good quality, and aro being
mid at a less price thau waa ever before known la
Porta? county. Call and get tome of them before
they are gone, at Ko. 1, Phoenix Block.
' " ROWELL & WITTER.
October Bth, 1P54.
PLAID DRESS GOODS, silk plaids,
Silk and wool plaids, cotton and wool, desirable
goods for ialdies' dresses, Just ripened and being told
at "hard times" priuet at
October 0th, Ifi54.
pLOTIIS AND CASSIMERES a large
J assortment Just opened, which were purchased ex
tremely low, and; will be told accordingly. If you
want a bargain in either call nn
. 'i HOWELL & WITTER.
' flADE CLOTHING If you
READY --.t-U'r VMt, well made and cheap
want a coat, pu. ,'- ? h'
call at Ao. 1, Pliosnix i... Vr'ili et WITTER.
October Olh, 1854. '" 't.l.t
BONNETS, four cases Pull nnH .
JJ bonnets just received, amongst which are super
awes, Satina and silk, assorted colors of lace. Flor
ence and other styles, all of which will be told ut a
Ivery small advance from cost.
October 9th, 1851.
BONNET RIBBONS, a fine assortment
of Fallot Wintur stvles, received and selling low.
ROWELL dt WITTER.
Oclober, Dili, 1854.
EMBROIDERIES the largest and best
JLi assortment ever brought to this town, Including
muslin und cambric collurs, Chemizettes and under
tlcm'cs, whicht will be sold nt a trifle iidvaucn from
cost, at ROWELL & WITTKK'S.
October 9th, 1854.
OLACK SILKS of every quality can be
JJ found clieup at
ROWELL & WITTKR'S.
October 9th, 1854.
MialersvUle on Claud.
iVTEW FALL GOODS at the Shalersville
it Cheap Store, 1854. The undersigned have the
pier sure of Informing the public Hint they have com
menced receiving their stock of fall goods, and will
merely add that they have been purchased ut Very low
rates, and will be sold aeconlinglv. Call nnd judge
lor yourselves. A.V. HOKIt iV Co.
FRENCH JIERINOES. Lndies if you
JL wish to examine the largest nnd cheapest assort
ment of French Jleiinoes in Portage, county, call ut
the Shalersville cheap store. A.V. HOHii&Co.
j DE LAINES. A good assortment just
ii.. received, ami selling fast at low prices
Oct. aa, 1M4.
A.V. lllIRR it Co.
)LA1D and PLAIN PERSIAN TWILLS.
Ladieaciillnnd tec them. A. V. HORR & CO.
BLACJC, ERJOCADE, PLAID AND
Striped Silks A largo clock. Just roeoived and
selling at reduced prices; flip) wfio wish to, buy.Silks,
should seo them before pui ci:asing, ns -money oun bo
su.id. Oct. 23, 1854. A. V. HOHK & CO.
DRINTS. We continue to sell the best
X quality of Murrimne and Cochcco Prints at lie,
new full six le; other styles of Prints at lower prices
than cmi be found elsewhere lu northern Ohio.
Oct. 25, IKJ4. A. V, HOUR & CD.
y ) JJESTI C S . A, V. llorr &, Co., are
1J selling tiio best heavy Sheetings at 8e, don't pay
9c; goinl Ticking nt Is don't pay Itie elsewhere. Cot
ton, Flannels, Linsevs, die., ee., at equallv low'
prices. Oct.aa, 1MI. A. V.HOiiKiV'CO.
BONNETS Ladies you will save money
by calling at the Shalersville Cheap Storo Hiidget
ing a new llonni't. A great variety just priced, and the
newest styles selling cheap. A. V. HORR ifc Co.
JEWELRY Gold Ear Rings and finger
ll Rings; (rold Pins and chains; Watches, Silver ta
ble and leu spoons, silver Tidmblss; a large stock just
received and selling very cheap, A. V. HORR 4-Co.
J A DIE'S HOISERY Ladies White Hose
JJ selling at 0; cents per pair, ut tho Shalersville
CJIJOES We have received our stock of
KJ Boola und shoes, constating of all styles for ladies,
girl?, gents, boys and children's wear. W'e sell them
very cheap and fust. A. V. HtlKR & Co.
rODe FISH, -fOOO lbs oT prime lanre Cod
Fish, just ree'd. A. V. Horii & Co.
IOOKING Glasses all sizes just received
1 and selling cheap , A. V. Horu If Co.
C'LOCliS We have just received a large
' assortment; call and see them. A.V. Horr B( Co.
9l)fU. Y1108 Carpeting just received
UJjJ nnd for sale at a small advanceabnvo cost,
CUGAR AND MOLASSKS 25 hhds
kj prime N. O. Sugar, Just ree'd, selling at 0 eta per
Ih, 10, 13blls choice molasses at 31 ctrpiTgal.
Kov. IS. A. V. Hour & Co.
PAINTS, OILS, & 2500 grpund zinc,
J. 1800 dry zinc, l(il)() Whito Lead, 5. Wis IrnVced oil,
carriage varnish, Japan spirits turpcntiiw, Sel
ling cheap by
A.V. rioRR Co.
COD FISH A prime lot just ree'd and for
sale 1y Nov. 15. A. V. Honn dt Co.
9(CIIESTS of that Tea just ree'd and go-
U) iitg at 371 cents per lb. A. V. llona de Co.
OOLE LEATHER just ree'd and for sale
kj by . N;yj15. A. V. Hohr & Co.
IJr. J. B. Marcliisi's
KJ cd Cathollcon,for
tho relief mid cure of
suffering females. It
for its curative pow
ers in all Ihe diseaaus
for which it is recom
mended, usually call
ed rtmu cos
PLAINTS. Of those
are Prolapsus Uteri,
o r Failing of the
Womb; Flour Albus,
or Whites; Chronic
liiflamalion nnd Ul
ceration of the
Heminorrliage , 6 1
Suppressed, and Ir
&e., with all their accompnnying evils, (Cancer ex
cepted.) no matter how tevero or of how longstanding.
The Cntholicon Tar surpasses olhcr remedies, In be
ing moro certain, loss expensive, and loaving tho tys
torn In a better condition. Let all Interested call and
obtain a phamphlet (free) containing ample proof,
from the most respectable sourcet. of the boneflclul re
mits of its use; together wltli letters from highly ex
perienced Physicians, who have used it in their prac
tice, and (peak from their own observations. ..
MoTirf to ma UroTCnTB Fial. I feci It a
duty Incumbent, npoh myself tu declare, publicly the
great blessing Dr Marchlsl'a Uterine Catbolieofl has
proved tome. For two yeara my health wat miser
able; I was almost unable to walki Physicians pro
nonnoedmy case falling of the womb, eitenslvo ul
ceratlont, commencing with annr albus.. . Tie pains,
Irritation prostration, and ttio lntoturhblo fcetid dle
eharge, rendered life a harden.- In iMa miserable con
dition' Dr. F. P. Nowland recommended Dr. Marchlsi't
Uterine Cathollcon. After taking four bottlet I find
myself in perfect health. Gtati-trde for my restoration
makes me ardently desire that alt my sex alike unfor
tunate, may And sdre-rellef from this Inestimable med
icine. El.IZASSTH A .NCWLAWD,
: ' .. No. , Wctt streets, Utlca, K. T.'
The above statement 1 know to be true.
-- F..P KtWima, M. I)., Utlca, Now York. -
I would be glad to havo a further supply, as
thd medicine is becoming very popular, and I think
will eontinae,as it hasgivon relief In every Instance
where properly taken. Tbomai JfawMAH, M. II,
May 22d, lH54r - -r -Mh Vemtrnt Ind.-
Tbe Cathollcon It doing good service here,-. All the
patients that have tried the medicine have' been bene
fitted but one and that one nothing can help. j
, Truly Yours, Wat, Laird Haimtt, M. D.i '
July 6lh, 1854. : New Philadelphia, O, ,
Phamnhlett th be bad gratis at the store of Curtis
Hatch, Agent, Druggist, Ravenna, bio. Bold by moit
f tha lBadingfrnggltln the adjoining coanllet.
' October 24. 1854. 4flfl-wi.
a 1 ILS KiiiVs aaiiwu-iii
" ; WL
J 8. CLUTE, would aay to tue feaow oi
. Have,., and tUl.Hy.What ha atiaae. carry
oa the Copper, I in ana
eiub hmenl, ana as cneap wv. - r-.
SmXb to Ue manufaetarlngand pu Ung P of tare
Trts, and will do all work la that
a "kitto" batter than any of tha "oo. bwrsa'' Tla
All wane oiade aid sold at this establishment, will
be of "e very be wat.rl.la, aadj done la the moj
workmanUkc manner ane warranted, -keep
on hand a general assortment of STO VEa aacT
HOLLOW WARB.oftbateTTlateat and beet pstWras,
andalprieaalhatderycoBipctltloa. Old Copper, Braes.'
Pewter, Kaa, and moat kind, of country produce re-,
erlved lu payneaU Repairing of all kinds done oa
abort notice. - i
His shop ia oh the couth side of Mala St., Just aerosa
from the Pherulx Block, Ravenna, Ohio. Just call In
...I u,ur vnniADir. reallasnaa aa to the quality Of
-"--" inns. a. r.i.iiTk.
.nA ii H nri.Aa-
Ka van na, Sept. 11, IBM.
New. Fall and-Winter Goods.
GREEN FIELDER. No. 3
Phrpnli Block. Ravenna. Ohio, It now opening tha
a rrr.t and best selected stock of ready made clothing
aad furnishing gocds eter offered In Ravenna, consist
ing Id part of due black, brown and bine drees, frock
and tack coats, also, a large sio'.k of Dullness and oth
er coats, of all color and sizes, which will be told .
cheaper than at any other house la town.
October lllh, 1854. .
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TESTS,
Just received: black satin, fancy silk, cloth, eastlmera
and tweed vests, which can bo had at the lowest pout,
bla rates. NO. 3, PUOi.NU BLOCK.
October 11th, 1854.
PANTS Black and Fancy Cassimere,,
Satinet and Tweeds, ef all colors and tlzet, whttaV
will be told at a (mail advance from cost, at . ' ,
NO 3, PH(MX BLOCK; -
"PURNISHING GOODS Comprisingfine
JL white linen, fancy and hickory thirls; also a large
lot u' wrappers, drawers, tocks, glovet, black and.
fancy silk uuikcrcuiefi, blaek and fancy stocks, neck
tlet, tuspoudert, thlrt fllri, trunks, valises, carpet
hagt, umbrellas, India rubbor conU, legglnt, e. all af
which I will tell cheaper than any other bouae In Por
tage comitv, at NO. 3, PHffiNIX BLOCK.
October 11th, 1854.
Dni'ham Afc Oarf ncri, '
HAVE just received their fall atock of ilo.iW :
Shoes and Leather embracing nearly every thing
In their line of business, which they offer on the most
liberal tnrnie for cash or ready pay; Owing to tin '
Ifetdoxcessive drouth, and consequently the pretiiro In
irifiy. mnttors, they have concluded to reduce theV
-oo. -"eir wars in a measure, notwithstanding the .
'hlgup nf slock;
preseiu "Ola fi-x 'orao-made Calf Boot 43t,50,1
They otter 1.. ' " g3,2js 3.50
'' "i,"ti " ' 3,0f
" Thick 'oiu.-'aatl.o war. t,50
Ladio't Fine Kid Wolt Bootoet . ' . I-1
" " Turnt " ' t W
" " Calf pegged '"S
" " " " lined "
" " Kid Welt Biiskiut 1J8
" " " Turin ijis
and all other work proportionally low. We hava
a large complute assortment of Boyt aud Youlht Boots,
Ladiu't and Gents Rubbers. Misses and children's, do.
Wc respectfully invito all those wishing to purchase,
to call aud examine our atock of goods, for them
selves. DURHAM dt GARDNER.
Ravenna, Sept. 85, '54. 4K-tf
Icw Dining Saloon.
THE undersigned have opened a victualing
Saloon in this village in the New brick building
011 Main Strcnt, situated between tho Bunk and the
Town Hall. Their rooms are elegantly fitted up, and
neatness, order, sobriety and quiet will be the order of
Ike day In their establishment. Refreshments will be
furnished promptly at all bourt. The Saloon will be
constantly supplied with all the delicacies of the sea
son, such aa Fish, Game, Ovslers, d;c. The Proprie
tors design that it shall be In the strictest sense a 'first
class Dining Saloon, where the highest respectability,
shall be maintained and whero Gentlemen and Ladies
may enjoy a quiet retreat, and procure all such refresh
ments, as tho most usiduout care and painstaking can
They design that their rulos and regulations shall bo
an strict that 110 one's character, dignity, or respecta
bility will be compromised by visiting their Saloon.
PicNic parties will beat all timet furnished with re
freshments. Ajjioicelof ofconfecliiinnryalwiiysonhnnd for sale.
71 fThu Saloon will be condiicted'oii tho strict tem
perance principle McAIAN'UB & BROTHERS.
Ravenna. Sept 20, 1864. 482-tf
UAVEXXA HOOK STOiBE.
THE largest assortment of Books and Sta-'
tloiif'x wer offered to the citizens of Portage
county, vill ho found at the Ravenna Hook Store, on
.Main Street, o; posite the Preutiss House.
BOOKS School Looks of every kind used
In this section. Also standard works, Histories,
Po-elry-, Tales, inissccllaiieous works, Bibles, Hvmn
Books, Juvenile Books, Primers, ete.
STATIONERY Every stylo and variety
lO srom the most common, to the most lupurb. ' ,
WALL PAPE The largest and most
If elegant stock of Wall Paper, all stylet and pri
cea, Willi liordcr to match, ever offered in Portage
county. TI13 stock is purchased of tho manufactures,
anil may be relied on for strength unddurublrityi
"PANCY GOODS A beautiful stock ancT.
1 stock and extensive variety of Fane) Goods, Toys,
Ac, lor old and young.
DERFUMERY A large and elegant stock
J. of Harrison's choicest Perfumery always on hand.
CANDIES. A full assortment, warranted
to bo luude from the beat materials.
SODA FOUNTAIN A Soda Fountbin'
in siirVf.rb order will bo lu constant piny during .
the hotdays of Summer.
WILLOW WARE A good stock of Wil
low Ware constantly on hand, embracing Wag
ons, Chairs, llaskctt&c.
POWDER Coarse and fine Powder, best'
X quality, Shot, ('aps, Pifts, xtic.
BIRD CAGES The best assortment of
Bird Cages in the county; Bird Seed, Fish Bone,
Butliing Dishes, and all the-'llxint."
BOOK BINDERY Book Binding in eve
ry variety anil style, dono on short notice. Tha '
Bindery has one of Hickok'sllr.-t clnst Ruling Machines
Blank ilooks of ovory variety ruled to order periodi
cals bound, old books rebound and every branch of
the business attended to In the best inannor.
JOB PRINTING of every description don
In the mod beautiful inannor over executed in tha
ustern country. A Power Press will soon be added to
the Printing establishment, and with all modern im
provements iu printing type, n splendid stock of Cardt
and paporr-afl kinds of Job Printing, Cards, hand
bills, poster-'. Bill Heads, Blanks, Pamphlets, Books,
Jj-c, will bo done in stylo unsurpassed and 10 ontlr
satMifactio. . ,
For any iff the great variety of wants to be supplied at
this extensive establishment, the Public are respectful
ly requested to call utthe
.-'- RAVENNA BOOK STORE,
May 8, 135 1. opposite the Prentiss Haute, Main tti
GEO. SOMERVILLE. EPHRUM B. REEVES'.'
THE subscribers have purchased the-.fief.-chantTnilor'sstock
of Somofvttle & Rcdflold, and
will continue the same business at thelrold stard teas.7:
ly opposite tho liuuk,dnd will be happy to waiton any
who may favor them with their custom, aud pledge
themselves to be A No. 1.
Cutting done to ordor. SoMiBvuSt Sc Rcavit.
Ravenna, April 3, 1854. 458-tf
New Store. ' 1
THE subscriber would rispectfully give notice that
lie has cpewui a Stove, Copper, Tin and Sheet
Iron Store, at the old stand of A. V. Horr, fn Shalers
ville, where he intends to keep a general assortment
of goods, Rpportoiiiing. tah.La line of business. . ,
Shalersviilo, July 2D, JS54. H. G. RAWSON.
j - 474-tf -
ITIctalic Burial Cases. : . ,
THESE Cases are fast coming into gener-.
al use. Tho advantage of these cases over the com.
mon wiiod Coftln, art) as folloxi-sr .1, they are air tight; '
3, they are indestruc'ablofrom natural causes; 3, they
elfoclually resist tho pressure of the earth; 4, Uiey are
proof against wutor and consequently vermin of all -kinds:
5, they aro proof against the dissectors knife; 6,
they entirely prevent the escape of offensive gaeset dar- :
lug the transportation of the body from one place to '
another; 7,tbe body ean W preserved for weeks and
even months 111 hot weather without any perceivable
change,. . ' . ... ' . . .
Also; we keep on hand Shrouds at a low prlcej thla
prevents the necessity of turning tho house of mourn-
fug Into a tewing shop, and we think will be a great,
convenience to all. , .
We have also the common wood CofBn, from the
childs to the grown person. -i .
- A full assortineator thcabove Casos(sma11 and large);
canbe found ut the Furniture Rooms, i;i the Phoenix -Block.
-: -' - - - .; i.
Ravenna, March 14, 1854. - GRirriN & BorrwicU. n
American mutual Insurance Co,'
OF AMSTERDAM, NEW YORK The'!
subscriber" bavin's been appointed Agent for the'
above conn-any, Ik prepared to take riskt against dam" -ages
by FlRK,alai low rates a any other rosponaible !
Cojnpahy. ;- . , ,
. ITpLossKi AiursTrn pttoarTLV JTT '"' -'" 1
Rarenna, Doe. 1,185 tMITR. -
fVOLD and Silver Watches, Silver Spoona. ,
VX Gold.. KUvrp on -I tfl.fij anoi.lu. . '.a 1
aortmont, for sale at low pricea, ; ,.
tiavmiaB.jan. j,iom.. as K, A. Blnrj cs Ce'tv
"XTOTfCE RvA. Baird having fortned 'it 1
J.1 co-partherahlp with j. Pewey of Franklin, wilt 1
continue business as before, at the old stand ia Allarr i
letk, under th nana aad flrm ef 8. A Baird at Ctv
WIAiAI. Ill I . ,