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DOHT PLEASE IMJMT.
Don't tell the little one, who may be
Flightlr willful, "that the black man
-will come out of the dark cellar and
carry it off if it does notmiml." Don't
create a needless fear to go with the
child through ail the stages of its ex
istence. Don't tell the little fire-year old
boy "the school-ma'am will cut off his
ears," "pull out bis teeth" "tie him
lip" or any of the horrible stories
that are presented to the childish im
agination. Think you the little one
will believe anything yon tell him af
ter be becomes acquainted with the
gentle teacher who has not the least
idea of putting those terrible threats
into execution ?
Don't I ell the children they must
not drink tea because it will make
them black, while you continue the
use of it daily. Your example is
more to them than precept ; and while
your face is fair as a June morning,
they will scarcely credit twe oft-told
tale. Either give up drinking the
pleasant beverage or give the children
a better reason lor its non-use.
Don't tell them they must not eat
sugar or sweetmeats, because it will
rot their teeth. Pure sugar does not
cause the teeth to decay; sugar with
fruits' is nutritious and healthy, not
withstanding the "old sa w" to the con
trary. The case of city children is
often cited as if the cause of their pale
laces and slight constitutions were an
over amount of sweetmeats with their
diet, when the actual cause is the waut
of pure air and proper exercise.
Don't tell till; sick one that the med
icine is not bad to take, when you can
hardly keep your own stomach from
turning "inside out" at the smell of
it. Better by far to tell him the sim
ple truth, that it in disagreeable, bat
necessary for his health, and you de
sire him to take it at once. Ten to
one he will swallow it with half the
trouble of coaxingand werry of words
and love you better for. your firm de
Don't teach the children by example
to tell white lies to each other and
to their neighbors. Guard your lips
and bridle your tongue it you desire
to have the coming generation truth
ful. Truthfulness is one of thefouuda
tjou stones of heaven. Kemeuiber,
the old, old book says, "no liar" shall
enter within the gates of the beauti
ful city. There is no distinction be
tween white lies and those of a darker
hue. The falsehood is an untruth,
whether the matter be great or small.
Rural New Yorker.
A ROMANCE OF TWO CONTINENTS.
Fifty years ago a young English offi
cers named Hendricks wag traveling
with his sister iu Italy, where he
met,wooed,and ran off with the charm
ing daughter of a rich and proud no
bleman. Even as the father of Des
demona disowned her, so, the Italian
Count swore never again to acknowl
edge his recreant daughter. Nothing
disturbed thereat, she accompauied
her husband to the British dominions
iu North America, thence to New
York, where, alter giviug birth to a
laughter, she died. Hendricks, hav
ing thus lost his wife, gave himself up
to dissipation, but was so far mindful
of his motherless infant as to marry a
German woman who had taken a fan
cy to the child. The girl grew to
maidenhood, receiving little education
for the family was poor, and when
still young, was married at Vinceuces
ludiava, to an Ohio river mate, named
liiram Titus. They lived happily
1 1 1 o ugh until Titus died, when she re
moved to Louisville, where she led,
it not a dissolute, still not a virtuous
iifc. Now the Count, her grandfather,
has yielded up to Heaven his vi'al
trust, and as sole lineal heir she has
gone to Italy to claim his title and
his wealth. The fortune which thus
tails to her is variously estimated
from $200,000 to 800,000.
A LINCOLN RELIC.
The Lincoln monument just inau
gurated at Springfield contains a me
morial hall iu which relics of Mr.
Lincoln are preserved. It is finished
on the inside with Illinois slate, (he
rest of the structure being composed
of granite and iron. The hall con
tains a stone from the walls of Ser
vius Tulliu3, sent by some Roman
patriots to Mr. Lincoln after his sec
ond election to the Presidency. On
its face they placed an inscription in
Latin, of which the following is a
"To Abraham Lincoln, President
for the second time of the American
Republic, citizens of Rome present
this stone, from the walls of Servius
Tullius, by which the memory of each
of those brave asserters of libertj
may be associated. Anno. 1865.
This singular present was doubtless
shipped to Mr. Lincoln about the time
of his assassination, as it was discov
ered in the While House only after
his death. President Johnton author
ized the Monument Association to
place it among other relics of the dead
WHEAT THROUGHOUT I HE COUNTRY
The October returns of the Depart
ment for Agriculture show that the
wheat crop is equal to or greater that)
last year's iu all the States except
Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky, Texas
Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa and Kan
sas. Iu corn Delaware, South Caroli
na, and Illinois it is about equal to
last year's crop. Other States have
increased their yield. The New Eng
land States have almost reached the
splendid crop of the census year ap
proximating to a million bushels.
Maine has increased her yield 33 per
ceut. The qualitv of the crop in these
States is considerably improved. The
Middle States have considerably en
larged and improved their yield. New
York reports an increase of 16 per
cent. Ot the South Atlantic Slates,
Maryland falls 1 per cent, and Virgin
ia 5 per cent., below last year, but
their deficiency is more than made up
by oiher States, Georgia showing an
increase of 21 per cent. The quality
is also improved. Of the Gult States
Alabama reportsan increase of 23 and
Mississippi of 2 per cent : Texas a de
crease'of 7 per cent, in quality; Ala
bama improves 29 per cent, and Miss
issippi declines 9 per ceut. and Texas
(i per cent. All four of the Southern
inland fctates show an improvement
iu quality of from 4 per cent, in Ar
kansas to 17 per cent, in Tennessee.
Iu qnantity.Arkansas presents an in
crease of 50 per cent., Tennessee 29
percent., WestVirginja 23 per cent.,
Kentucky declines 5 per ceut. The
crops of these States are a third great
er than that of the census year, Illi
nois equals the crop of last year, while
Wisconsin, on account of grasshop
pers, falls 35 per cent, short, which re
duces the aggregate crop of this sec
tion below last year. Ohio increases
her yield 16 per'cent., Michigan 22 pet
cent., Indiana 9 per cent. All show
improved quality except Wisconsin,
which declines 23 per cent. The ag
gregate yield of the States west of the
Mississippi is also short of last year.
Missouri increased 29 per cent, aud
Nebraska 1 per cent., but Minnesota
declines 16 per cent, Iowa 2 per cent,
and Kansas 5 per cent. Grasshoppers
have been destructive to spring wheat
in these States. The quality is below
last year in all except Minnesota,
which improved 27 per cent. On tha
Pacific coast the crop is greatly in
creased and is fully 50 per cent, above
the census year. California increases
her vield 10 per cent, and Oregon 21
percent. Oregon equals the quality
of last year's crop. California im
proves hers by 3 per cent. The tota
crop will nearlv, if not quite, equal
iUe census year.
wmm m.iffji Watches
THIS OLD ESTABLISHMENT .
19 STILL FOREMOST
la the Production of Pleating Portrait.
We make Photography In
all its branches a specialty-,
producing: all the nc-tr
sty les of Portraits made
elsewhere, is the most ar
tistic manner, at very low
Our IVofira t i-e are Skill
. fully Re-touched,
thereby obliterating all
roajrhntjss of the face,
producing a very fine 4b
ish, at about one-half the
prices charged elsewhere.
OUR FACILITIES FOE
Copying from Old Pictures
EXL.AEGING OS COLORING IN
I3ST3C, WATEB OK OIL
We have a ffood stock of
OVAL AND SQUARE FRAMES
Which we offer Very Low.
who may favor
us with their
Call and Examine Specimens.
W. F. STEIN.
Ravenna. April 25. 1872. Ill
Grocery and Provision Store
OLD BANK BUILDING,
MA INS T It EET,
WOULD say to the people or Ravenna ana
vicinity, that he keeps constantly oe
hand a full supply of
Fresh Groceries and
Family Or o visions,
embracing everything usually kept In First
Class Grocery Stores, which he will seU as cheap
as any other establishment in the county.
J Alt the authorized Agent of the
Fire Insurance Co.,
OF CLEVELAND OHIO.
Cash Capital 300,00J
Insurance effected with this Company on as fa
vorable terms as any other responsible compa
ny doing business in the State.
JLSO Agent for the
National Steamship Company.
Sells passage tickets to and from Europe, and
Drafts on England. Ireland and Scotland.
The vessels of this line consist or twelve First
(.'lass Uritish built Iron Steamships, one ol
which will leave Liverpool every Wednesday,
Quoeiutown every Thursday, uud New York
For passage or further information, apply to
P. SUEHA.V, 286, West Street, New York, or
140-tf. Ravenna. Ohio.
BOOTS and SHOES
J. C. MALONEY
Has just received a complete stock of
New Styles, of All Kinds!
Suitable for the Season,
And wriU dispose of them at as Low
Figures as any Store in Ravenna!
BENTS'. LIMES' AND CHILDREN'S
Boots, Iki ui Mm
Guarantee that Good Satisfac
tion will be Given !
I have first-class Workmen ami am prepared
to manufacture Boots and Shoes to order in as
good style as any other shop in Ohio.
8g- Please call and examine my stock before
J. C. MALOSKT,
Swift's buildinjr. opposite Court House.
TJavenna. Oct. 15. 1S73. 368
Administrator's Sale of Ileal
TN pursuance of an order granted by the Pro
bale Court of Portage County. Ohio. I will
offer for sale at Public auction on
Saturday, November 14th, 1874,
between the hours of one o'clock r. M, and four
o'clock P. si., upon the premises, the following
described real estate, situated in the County o:
Portage and State of Ohio, to wit: Being about
sixty acres of land lying in the south part of
Lot number IS, of the third division ot lots in
Palmyia Township, in said County and State,
and is bounded north by lands of Isaac Tuttle.
east by the east line of said lot number 18. south
by the south line of said lotnuuiberl8,uudwest
bv ihe west lfneof said lot.
Terms op 8alk-. One-third in hand on the
day ot sale, one-third in one year, and one-tbird
in two years trora day of sale with interest ;
the payments to be secured by mortgage upon
the premises sold.
DAVID E. WILSON, Administrator
of James Tuttle, deceased.
Pal my ra, O. , Oct SO , 1814 . 8-21-4 w
THE CELEBRATED HORSE,
AT the request of a number of the best judg
es of fine horses, and also the request or a
number of horse breeders In Trumbull county,
this splendid horse will be kept at Newton Falls
Fridav Afternoon and Saturday or each week,
and the balance of the time at the stable of the
subscriber. IK miles east of Eavenna Village,
through the Kali Season, commencing Septem
ber 25th. Lexington is a dark rich chestnut,,
good disposition, has fine action and symmetry,
and is said by good horsemen to be the finest
muscled horse A Ohio. ucmvrn
Sept. , im. 81?
ARE STILLi THE FAVORITES.
WAIT, DEWEY & CO.
Have all the new styles in
GOLD and SILVER.
Also, a full line of
FINE SILVER WARE,
MUSICAL WARE, &c, &c.
Ask to see the favorites.
Ravenna, May JO. :87i
Having purchased the stock of goods of Mr.
E. E. Stedmsn I am prepar. d to supply the
Fteople of Portage County with anything in the
Clocks, Watches & Jewelry
f as good and substantial a quality and. H
Krv as low prices :
as any other establishment in this section.
Clock, Watch & Jewelry
Having bad several years experience in this
line in some of the best shops in the East. I feol
confident of my ability to give my customers
entire satisfaction, and shall devote my
to this branch of my business.
H. P. PAliSONS.
Ravenna. April 1, MM,
D. LINDSAY & SON,
Manufacturers and dealers in
BOOTS & SHOES.
On the 1st of Augu.t. 1873. Oavid Li.vdsat
disjiosed of an interest in his business to his son
Kobekt Lindsay, and the business will hereaf
ter lie conducted under the firm name of
X). Lindsav & Son.
At the old stand in Empire Building, corner
of Main auo Chestnut streets may at all times
be found the
LARGEST AND MOST COM
PM.ETE STOCKS Of
BOOTS AND SHOES
To be found in the county, which ware pur
chased at low figures and will be seld at a small
advance from cost.
I have on hand a complete stock of
Leather & Findings
and am prepared to do
work: to order.
in a manner and at prices which cannot fail to
be satisfactory to my customers.
Those in want of anything in the Boot ane
Shoe line are invited to call and examine my
work and get prices.
Cash paid for Hides and JPelts.,
D. LINDSAY & SON.
Ravenna August 1, 1878. 188 tf.
This Splendid Churn can he
had In different Sizes, at J, C.
PRKNTI8S' Hardware Store,
Etna Block, Main St. Ravenna.
April 18,1874. 204-81.
W. S. WILSODN",
SI5 ' PALMYRA. OHIO.
The place to but PLASTER Is at
899. CL D. HUOSOVd
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
which is at
f reserving the
air. It soon
or gray hair
to its original
color, ttrith the
gloss and freshness of youth. Thin
hair is thickened, falling hair checked,
and baldness often, though not always,
cured by its use. Nothing can restore
the hair where the follicles are de
stroyed, or the glands atrophied and
decayed; but such as remain can be
saved by this application, and stimu
lated into activity, so that a new
growth of hair is produced. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. The
restoration of vitality it gives to the
scalp arrests and prevents the forma
tion of dandruff, which is often so un
cleanly and offensive. Free from those
deleterious substances which make ;
some preparations dangerous and inju- j
rious to the hair, the Vigor can only i
benefit but not harm it. If wanted i
merely for a HAIR DRESSING, '
nothing else can' be found so desirable. !
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does '
not sou white cambric, and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Or. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemista,
Vor Diseases of the Throat and livings,
such as Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Amonz the great
discoveries of modem
science, few are of
more real value to
mankind than this ef
fectual remedy for all
diseases of the Throat
and Lungs. A vast
trial ot its virtues,
throughout this and
other countries, has
shown that it does
surely and effectually
control them. The testimony of our best citi
zens, of all classes, establishes the "fact, that
Cherry Pectoral will and does relieve and
core the afflicting disorders of the Throat and
Lungs beyond any other medicine. The most
dangerous affections of the Pulmonary Organs
yield to its power; and cases of Consumption,
cored by this preparation, are publicly known,
so remarkable as hardly to be believed, were
they not proven beyond dispute. As a remedy,
it is adequate, on which the pnblic may rely
for full protection. By curing Coughs, the
forerunners of more serious disease, it saves un
numbered lives, and an amount of suffering not
to be computed. It challenges trial, and con
vinces the most sceptical. Every family should
keep it on band as a protection against the early
and unperceiyed attack of Pulmonary Affec
tions, which are easily met at first, but which
become incurable, and too often fatal, if neg
lected. Tender lungs need this defence; and it
is unwise to be without it. As a safeguard to
children, amid the distressing diseases which
beset the Throat and Chest of childhood, Cherrt
Pectoral is invaluable ; for, by its timely use,
multitudes are rescued from premature graves,
and saved to the love and affection centred on
them. It acts speedily and surely against ordi
nary colds, securing sound and health-restoring
sleep. No one will suffer troublesome Intlu.
ana painitu uroncaius, wueu uiey md
how easily thev can be cured.
Originally the product of long, laborious, and
successful chemical investigation, no cost or toil
is spared in making every bottle in the utmost
possible perfection. It may be confidently relied
upon as possessing all the virtues it has ever
exhibited, and capable of producing cures as
memorable as the greatest it has ever effected.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE,
"THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE
While this is true iu the purchase of articles
generally, it is particularly so in the purchase
of a PIANO. People can exercise their judg
ment, and form a pretty correct estimate ol
every other article that goes into a household,
but when it comes to bdying a piano, the great
mass of the people are entirely Incapable of
ulging, aud cannot tell whether an instrument
is worth S00 or BOO dollars, ' This accounts for
the large number of cheap and worthless In
struments annually sold as 'first class pianos,'
They look v ry well ; seem to have a pretty Rood
tone ; bat not being ceU and honestly made, iy
tkiiled tcorkwen, but " made to tell," in a few
years they utterly fail in all that constitutes a
B ally good instkcmknt, and persons buying
such, Bud iheir money gone aud a worthless In
strument on their hands.
Tlicic are a few manufacturers who have a
National reputation, who have had long experi
ence and ample facilities in manufacturing.
and whoso Instruments have stood the test of
time and hard service, In buying one of these
you RUN no risk. Their Irstruuicuts cannot
be bought as cheap as many new concerns ad
vertise them ; but persons buying them are sure
of getting tbe worth of their mosey, and a
Piano that will be good for 15 or 20 years, with
There are three or lour loading points of ex
cellence that everyone is desirous of having in
a Piano, when they buy, viz: Durability, Tone,
Touch and Finish.
The " II AZ ELTON BKOTHEUS," of New
Vork, are one ol the oldest manufacturer in the
United State, and their Instruments, forCKEAT
durability, uniform excellence, deliuauy,
singing quality, and powell of tone, elastic
touch anil beauty of finish, arc unsurpassed
by any iu the world. They combine in an emi
nentdegrcc. all that goes to make a really fibst
class instrument. 1 cau conlidently recom
mend the -IIazelton" to all who think of buy
ing, as a Piano that will give entire eatieaetion.
They are fully warranted for live years. A
number of our leading citizens have for some
time had in use in their families these excellent
instruments, and I will take pleasure in relcring
to them any persons who may wish to sec the
Pianos or get the opinions of those using them.
I shall be happy to order rroin the manufac
turers, any of these Instruments for persons
wanting, and can assure them that they will get
JUST WHAT THEY WANT, and at A LESS PRICE
than they can buy a similar Instrument in
Cleveland or elsewhere.
J. V. PRENTISS.
Ravenna, August 16, 1874.
The undersigned keeps constantly on hand ai
his Yards, and has the exclusive sale at Uaven
na, ot the following well-knewn Coals :
WILLOW BANK (Massillon.)
SILVJStt CIIUEK, IWadsworth.l
I also keep a superior quality ot
Anthracite Coal, i
and all sizes, which I can furnish by car load
less than can it be procure.! from Klinlra.
All of above furnished by car load at
All orders left at the Warehouse, or at m)
Meat Market, will receive prompt attention.
C. D. HUDSON.
Ravenna. Ohio. May 16. 1372. 196-tf.
The largest stock in town may be found at
May 29. 1872. 197. DEMINU'S.
JJTjr-J PRINTING aapeclaliyatthli
Don't go to law unless you have
nothing to loose ; lawyers' houses are
built ou loots heads.
It is aid President Grant salary 1
and perquisites amount to the nice
little sum of $117,660.
"Another hole in them pants !';
said a fond mother to her young hope
ful. "What a drefful on-kneesy fel
low you are!"
A Philadelphia lawyer estimates
that $1,550,000 is the amount so far in
volved in the libel suits growing out
of the interminable Boecher-Tilton
The London Daily News discusses
the third term, and holds that ''Gen
eral Grant may probably be as good a
candidate as any other man of third
A couple of gentlemen strolling
alonga turnpike, came to a toll-bridge,
and one ot them said, ''I wonder
when that bridge was erected, and
who built it ?" "I don't know," re
sponded the other, "but let's go over
aud we shall be tolled."
The name of the Sheriff of White ;
County, 111., is Hail Storms. His !
father was an eccentric gentleman,
aud he had three song, whom he nam
ed respectively Hail Storms, Rain
Storms and Snow Storms.
In Paris a club hat been formed for
the promotion of temperance on a
novel plan. Tne members propose to
substitute milk for all kinds ot stimu
lating beverages, drinking large quan
tities of it in public and private.
'What makes your cows so cross ?"
asked an old lady of her milk-man the
other day. "Cross, madam ! My cows
are not cross ; they are the gentlest
critters you ever saw." "It is very
strange ibeu that Ihe milk is always
sour!" sharply replied the old lady.
Come aud play and dance, my dear,
vnd choose one of these pretty girls
for your wite, said the lady ot the
house to a little boy of seven years,
who kept by himself at a juvenile par
ty. "No," said the young cynic, "no
wife for me. Do you think I want to
be worried out of my life like poor
An illiterate person, in speaking of
a certain man's curiosity, repeatedly
prouounced.lhe word curosity, where
at a gentleman remarked to another,
"How horribly that man murders the
English language !" ' Oh, no," was the
reply, "he does not murder it ; he only
knocks an i out."
In the reign of the late King of Si
ain, the currency of the reulm consist
ed of lead and zinc coins. Copper
coins were subsequently introduced,
but they were so easy of imitation
that counterfeits were soon in geueral
circulation. Cowries were then used,
and the copper coinage was with
drawn. The heads of gambling hous
esprivileged institutions in Siam
put in circulation a crockery currency,
which they recall at pleasure. Thia
crockery currency, however, is now to
be recalled by the Government, and
paper notes of small denominations
are to be generally used unlil a proper
coinage can be decided upon.
A TATTOOED MAN.
A strange exhibition is about to be
made in Paris, in the persoh of a man
tattooed all over his body. He is a
Greek by birth. At present aged forty-seven,
he was, when young, made a
prisoner by a horde of Mauchoux
Tartars, who amused themselves by
tattooing every part of his body in va
rious colon. The torture he endured
from the continual puncture of so
many needles was indescribable. He
olten prayed for death, but. he surviv
ed the trial and he is now about to
show the effect produced.
A new cure for consumption has
been discovered by a Russian physi
cian, Dr. PortuikofT, ol Samars, on the
Volga. Having observed that con
sumption and its cognate disorders are
unknown among the Tartar tribes who
habitually drink koumis, or fermented
mares' milk, both as a beverage and
as a portion of their daily food, it oc
curred to him that koumis might pos
sess medical properties. He accord
ingly started a koumis establishment
at Samara, and tried the marcs' milk
with consumptive patients, with high
ly beneficial resnlts,
The less men think the more they
Working and thinking should go
A man who has no mind will not
. A foolish friend is more trouble
some than a wise enemy.
As charity covers, so modesty pre
vents a multitude of sins.
Don't insult a poor man. His mus
cle may be well developed.
None talk so loudly of benevolence
as those who subsist on it.
"He who would by his biz rise,
must either bust or advertise."
Don't fret. Tbe world will move
on as usual after you are gone.
If you wish to keep your silk um
brella, lend only your cotton one.
No one cau sincerely try to help an
other without helping himself.
Be punctual and methodical iu busi
ness, and never procrastinate.
It is only great souls that know
how much glory there is in doing
No dust affects the eye like gold
dust, aud no glasses like braudy-glass-es.
He who can at all times sacrifice
pleasure to duty, approaches sublimi
ty. CARRIAGE AND SIGN
Stencil Cutting a Specialy.
Shop ou Chestnut street, S doors south of Ex
Ravenna, June 10. 187S. 251 -If.
C. SUTIIGKLAN1) & CO.. have now on hand
BOO M Shingles, which uinst be soM in the next
SO days, and will Im sold for rash lower than
ever in this county before.
Sept. 29, 1874, 8IS.4t
Cider Barrels for Sale
Ill WK.it my Cooper-shop, three miles north
west of Kavenna Village, somo good Uider
Barrels which I will sell for what Ihey arc worth
for ready pay. I also Jiavu a quantity of good
seasoned Stove Wood To sell.
HARMON II ATTEItSON.
Ravenna, Sept. 1, 1874. 814-Smos.
PRINTING neatly exe
cuted at this onlce.
SMITH", TOOIMFP & CO-
IE IsZC IIP I IR, jE
Drag & Bool" Store,
Where can lie found Ihe most
compleie stock of
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
Also; a full Hue of
Blank Hooks, Ieiritl Blanks &c.
at tlie Very Lowest Prices.
Webster's Unabridged Dic
tionary, only $10.
A full line ol
Picture rtiifi I'ifino Dusters
In lait, everything that is usually kept in a
irug or Book Store.
We make a specialty of
They arc warranted to give satisfaction or
money refunded ; at 20 cents per pound less than
tea can he bought for anywhere else in town.
GIVE US A CAIX.
SMITH WOODRUFF & CO.
BIEK & KING.
Manufacturers antl Dealers In
Hard Wood Lumber,
Near A, & G-. V. U. R. Depot,
Custom Sawing Promptly
We propose to give strict attention to business,
deal squarely with all, and to merit a liberal cus
tom. All orders loft at T. L,. Parson's Store.
Main street, or Mt Poe Ilros., will receive as
nroniot attention as if left at the Mill.
' BIEX A KING.
Itavenna, Aug. 20, 1873. 209-fim.
Notice. All persons having Lo.ys at this Mill
(left in the Kellogg Administration) are re
guested to call at once and identify the same.
WEN A KING.
E. P. Brainerd & Son,
No. 3, Pheilix Block,
PAINTS & OILS.
DRAIN TILE !
OHKoAr load just received, and Tor sale ly
the sithseriher. Also,
For Seed, expeeted soon,
Havenna, Juuo;, 804
PLAIN AND FANCY
REEDS' M BLOCK,
Is supplied with the latest
styles of Types and excellent
Machinery, which enahles us
to execute all hinds of
PLAIK & FANCY
WITH NEATNESS AND DESPATCH,
Laving Prices, aud Equal Jus
tice and Courtesy to all.
Those wanting work in om line arc respectfully
invited to give us a call
L. W. Stockwekl,
li. J . W KLLS,
A. 1! filtTKKIN,
SI. 1". Kin;,
1 M. bOMKKVIl.LE
Manufacturing & Repair Shop.
STOCKWELL, GKIPFIN & CO.,
Stockwell's Patent Combined
BOLT CUTTING & NUT TAPPING
WITH SELF-OII.EK. AND ADJUSTIBI.E
This Machine is the best and most economical
for the purpose manufactured in this country.
It was awarded the first premium at the North
em Ohie Fair, bv- a committee consistiug of W.
u Recline . Prest. of Ohio liridire. Co.. Cleveland ,
Cleveland O., and is pronounced bv competent
judges the best. machine in use.
Repairing and Custom "Work, j
W are iireo.ired to do all kinds ol" Rep.iirinff !
of engines and other machinery promptly aud
in the best maimer.
Works on Oak street, opposite the Hub A Felos
Factory of II. & A. Stow.
Itavenna, Oct. 7, 1SW, S10-y
E2. J. BARKER
Would inform the people of Itavenna that he has
opened a new Meat Market in l'hentx Block,
Under Brainerd's Drug Store,
where he will at all times be preffcu'od to supply
those who favor him with their custom with the
choicest meats of all kinds AT Til K LOWEST
Ravenna, June IS, 1ST4. siwtf.
B. F. BOOSINGER
TS prepared to set Wagon and Carriage Tires
X. oi an kinds
. iu a substantial and workman
He has n first class
with which (ire can be upset without cutting,
ranch quicker ami better than by the old method
lnm-ii iH Krr aim ueiu'r inaii El
All kinds of Hlacksmithing t
st.vk and promptly.
MM in tlrst-clas
IV-rl nlltv uttnttt tint t.iktl Wmin VIiauji
Shop on Alley in rear of Little's Block, Ka
venna, Ohio. 906.
WILUA.M K BRA I.I.KY having purchased
ttteentire interest of Henry o. Barber in
tlie Ravenna Summit Mill, thai Institution will
hereafter be run by him. Ho will pav all debts
contracted bv the late Brin, and all amounts
owed to it must bo paid to him.
Custom Grinding done to Order.
Flour. Feed ami Mill stuns delivered to any
part of the eitv, free of elutrM, at lowest rates
llaveuiiH, Sept S4. T3. MMf
1. N. FURRY.
it . n. FURRY
FURRY & SOX.
And of the best quality, and Will be glad to sell
u any party wHIuiir
First Class Work!
Onr prices will he as low as the quality of the
work will admit of.
Pltnse come and examine onr .stock.
We purpose 1)5 fair dealing to merit patronage.
w-i f rx? ierA owv
JiUVfllllil, tlU icit.
stove m tii mm
THE undersigned announces o the people
Portage County that be has commenced bu
No. 2 MECHANICS' BLOCK,
MAIN STREET, EAVENNA,
Where mar be found a first-class stock of
Parlor, Office & Cook Stoves
of the latest and best patterns in 1 lie market.
A complete assortment of
Tin, Copper, Brass and Sheet
embracing everything that is desirable and
use I 111.
lieing a practical Tin Smith, and having ex
perienced workmen,! am prepared tn manufac
ture promptly and in a workmanlike manner
anything wanted in my line.
Eave Troughs and Roofing a
I also keep a good assortment of
Cutlery, French anil " Japanned fare
I invite all wanting goods in my line to ra..
and see my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
S. A. SHAFFER.
Itavenna, March 18, 1S74. 2D0
WINE ANDIRON BITTERS !
FOE THE CURE OF
as i mmm appetiser
THEY HANK NO RIVAL.
It absolutely purifies the blood. It speedily
corrects ail morbid changes iu tl: blood. It
perfects diestiou, renderin;r it natural and
easy. It banishes those clogs upon pleasure
which produce gloom. It improves the im
tito. and removes all disagreeable feeling alter
FHICR, ONE DOLLAR VEH BOTTLE.
CALDWELL'S GOUGH CUBE,
For Coughs, Colds, Croup, &c
internal anJ external remelv .
LILY BALM !
FOR 11EAUTIFYIXG THE
ROUGHNESS mid TAN
The I.ilv Halm will speedily remove tlie blem
ish and impart softness. traiiMtr;mcy, a r..-c-ate
tinge and a pearl likelustrc tot-he complex
ion. It c-htim. no noison- It is the hct ;iiol
clieiiiiest Toilet article ever ofl'ered lo ihe i
lie. Full directions on the label of each Ih'I
Price, 5U cents per bottle.
W. C. CALDWELL,
Proprietor and JUnmifactttn
MEDINA, N. V.
1THF. undersigned would ro-peit fully inform
the citizens ol Kavenna and vicinity that
lio'is prepared to dig wells: also, to clean ami
repair wells anil cisterns 1 have all m -res-ary
equipments for doing such work iu the imt
satisfactory manner .
Mav be found at the residence of A csley
Wells, niamond Street.
Kavenna, June 11. 1871. 801
LUMP AND NUT GOAL,
The very bet in the market kept oeeaUMtty
on lutnd and delivered to customers, I am also
air -tit for
.and Ihe celebrated
the bet ft 75 Conl in the market.
AlloMt-rs lelt at the itook and lruff Store t
KmUh. Womlrutt V Co., will rceeivo prompt it
iUvvnita. Jan'y 15 VJTi. ' tTFu.