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D. M. CIxEWELL.
February 27, 1894. uc uecu uuy modeling our store, increasing our capacity to accommo date the mammoth stock of NEW SPRING GOODS Which we are daily receiying from the Eastern markete, and also from our "Bujer," We are now. ready to tomers, and to have them designs in Priestley's Silk and both Fancy and Plain. This greatest Black Dress Goods are Sole Agents for Portage County. We are also showing a great variety of Colored Dress Goods In the new Plain and Checked Suitings, We have a full line of the were so popular last Fall, and an increased demand this Spring. We also have a complete line of TRIMMINGS TVi- TX-. T J Ti .ii i -r- i -i vet, j. aoDcuicuiue, jjiaiu1, which are going to be fashionable this Spring. VVe opened up this week WASH SILKS for Shirt County. We also have another line of CHINA SILKS a incnes wale, that sold last year they are selling for 50 cents. We are showing a nice liDe of ZEPHYR GING HAMS, CHALLIES, DUCK SUITINGS, etc. We are Headquarters for Ladies' and Children's Hosiery. We defy competition on our 25 ct, Ladies' Hose. , We have a beautiful line of LADIES' NECK -TV EAR, and want to juM mention our endless variety of Fancy Hair Pins, Ornaments, and Side-Combs the same styles that our Grandmothers wore. We shall have for sale, about March 10, a large line of Mattings, Rugs on the Sf cond floor of our store. This U ment for us, and one to which we tention. Mattings are very rangiDg in pi ice from 12c. to 40 cts. We shall continue to sell the celebrated "ARGO NAUT" CARPET WARP. We have received our first invoice f l,O0.J lbs. in White and Colors spooled instead of skeined. This is the greatest convenience for both Weaver and liuyeiv The price is a little Zower this year than formerly, with a greater expense to the manu facturer We can buy a Warp and sell it for a cent or iwo less than the above price, but our weavers tell that the "Argonaut" is so color, and so superior, that they greatly prefer it to oth er brands of Warp. Now remember that Dry Goods of all kinds were never so cheap as they are at the present time. Come in aud pee us when in Ravenna, and make our Store your Headquarters. D. M. CLEWELI RAVENNA MARKETS. i Wednesday, March 6, 1895. Dealers pa; the following prices: Batter '. 14c Eggs 18c Cheese 9Hc Lard 9c Potatoes, 50c Honey 15c Chickens 67c Turkeys 78c Beef 55!4c Hams 10llc Shoulders 8 c Pork 5c Maple Syrup 50c Wheat, new 53c Corn in Ear 25c Oats 32c Veal Calves Live Weight 44!4c RETAIL PRICE. Butter Dairy 1823c " Creamery 30c Eggs 22c Potatoes 70c Flonr. rnr Sack 80c$1.30 NEW SHOE SHOP In Walter Block, West Main St., Ravenna, O. Boots and Slides Made to Order, od all kinds of. foot gear, leather or rubber, robber coats, tc, repaired on reasonable terms Please give me a trial. 1311) CHARLIE RYE FOR SALE. Several thousand SECOND HAND BRICK, in good condition. Price $2 per thousand. Apply to F. W. Woodbridge, or F. W. Lowrit on premises at Crown Flint Ulass Factory, near C. A P. depot. ior me past tnree weeKs, re who is now abroad. see our lady friends and cus- inspect the new and pretty Wool Warp Suitings! is acknowledged to be tie I House in the U. S. We TURNER GOODS, which for which there is already in xvaixons ana JSUCKieS all oi the finest line of KAIKI Waists, ever shown in the year for 75 cents. This and Oil Cloths a New Depart- shali give special at- popular and very cheap, us much better in quality and I. W. A. Caseco. Fine Millineru THE BEST 75c. CORSET IN THE MARKET FOR CASH ONLY. Pitkin Block, - Ravenna, O. County Teachers' Fxaiinations. 1894-95. List of Examinations: First Saturday in September, at Ravenna First Saturday in Octaber - Ravenna Third Saturday in Octobar - Kent First Saturday in November - Ravenna third Saturday in November - Garrettsville r irsi, oaturuay in uecemcsr - Ravenna First Saturday in January - Raveuna 1 turd Saturday iu January - Garrettsville rir aaiuruajm leDruar; - - Ravenna First Saturday in March - - Raveuna 1 inrd Saturday iu March Garrettsville r irsc oaiuruay in April . - JKavenna Third Saturday in April - Kent First Saturday iu May - . Ravenna First Saturday in June - - Ravenna On Saturday at the clo3e of the . Summer Institute, - . . Ravenna B.ixwell examination of pupils wiil be held on the first Saturday in .April and the first Saturday in May at ... Ravenna SC. T.,NOBTHBOP, Clerk, Perfumes Best Goods, Largest Assortment. Beautiful Bottles. il r. 1 1 O STORE Opera House Block. "w. a?, iiaht.' Veterinary Physician and Surgeon.! OFFICE INjSTORK. If you are A Cash Buyer, atrialrake He is Selling Canned Goods Very lOW. Cash for Butter ani Eggs Dried Apples Wanted. W. S. KEAKE. TIE DEMOCRATIC PRESS Ravenna, Wednesday, March 6, 1895. Democratic Caucus. The Democrats of Ravenna Township and Village are requested to meet in Caucus, in Riddle Hall, Friday eve., March 15th 1895, at 8 o'clock, to place in nomination candi- dates for the following Township and Municipal omces, to be voted for at the coming April elec- tion : loWNSHip Trustee iJ. E. SharD retirinir.l .treasurer, Three Assessors. ' Village Three Members of Council, (Messrs Work, Furry and Smith retiring) ; Marshal ; two members of Board of Education: Water Works Trustee. . It will be necessary for each precinct to be represented, in order to nominate its candidate for Assessor. By order of Township Committee. E. Y. LACEY, Ch'n Choice Flower Seeds at Ford & Son's, Boex, to Mr. and Mrs. Pryor Frank, last weeK, a son Mrs. A. H. Parsons is attending the Mil linery Openings in Cleveland, this week, v. v. Knapp has been confined to the house the past week, with a cold. Sugar snows" betoken the season of ac tivity in the production of maple sweets. Miss Bertha Hamm is home from Lorain. O., called here by the sickness of her brother Crist. C. A. Merrill and wife took the Erie for Faribault, Minn., Monday, to accept posi tions in a shoe factory. Money making Seeds are the kind to plant Frank Ford & Son have stacks of them. The prayer-meeting at the Methodist Epis copal Church next Thursday night will be led by F. J. McMillin. Monsey & Chalf ant have received a fine line of Spring Suitings and Pants patterns. see them before ordering, E. W. French has recently removed his family from Eootstown to his former home in the Beech Woods. Lester Sherman, of this place, died at the hospital in Toledo, last week, aged 76 vears. He had been in Toledo about ten days. Married, at Suffield, February 21st. 1895. by William Paulus, J. P., Mr. William Eis enberg to Miss Hannah Bentz, all of Ran dolph, O. Regular services will be held in the Meth odist Church next Sunday, conducted in the morning by J. P. Wisnian, and in the eve ning by M. CJ. McCaslin, of Kent. The only son and child of Mr. and Mrs. Hor ace Barber died yesterday afternoon, at their home on Cleveland turnpike, of liver trouble aged two years. The funeral will be held Fri day at i p. m., from the house. Ford & Son have Tons of the choicest Seeds that will grow and produce crops that pay. ancy Cassimere Spring Suitings, all latest styles, made to order, at $15, $16.50 and $18. Monsey & Chalfant. The exchange cf pulpits between the Rev. J. A. Lytle, of Wellsville, O., and Rev. O. A. Richnrds, did not occur last Sunday, as was anuounced, but will be made next Sun day. Eighty persons were received into fellowship by Rev. Richards, last Sundav morning. The Pastor, Rev. W. G. Schoppe, will preach at the Congregational Church. Sun day, March 10, morning and evening. Eve ning subject: "Jonah and the Great Fish, or "An Argument for the Supernatu ral a Continuation nf the Hncnl ?r. Book of Jonah. Hudson Sapp, of Bucyrus, O., has been granted a patent on his invention for tight ening arum heads. C. G. Conn, band instru ment manufacturer, of Elkhart, Ind., writes him in regard to the invention as follows : As far as I can see on paper, your improve ment is a valuable one, and withal practica- Die. we are glad that you extend to us an opportunity of examining the instrument." Fifty-three trains passed through Ravenna over the Erie from 12 o'clock, midnight. Sat urday to 12 o'clock Sunday night 24 hours. This makes an average of one train about every 27 minutes, which, considering that they were run on a single track under a strict block system, by which each was kept one block or station distant from the other, is re garded as a remarkable record. The piano pupils of Miss Mame King gave an enjoyable recital at her home, last Satur day afternoon. Among the out of town par ticipants was Miss Alice Crane, of Garretts ville.who, although not a pupil of Miss King, was present by the courtesy of an invitation, in acknowledgment of her superior musical abilities. The recital discovered some ex cellent talent, and again evidenced the worth of Miss King's instruction. Nothing Gained By Missing i ClDsiuiOnlSalE! Special Drives in Glassware This week it will pay you to look at our table inn oi nice articles at j2Ss39c each.raf Take your choice. J. H. FORD'S Tea and Variety Jgtore, Havenna, O IF You Get a Coupon Pass Book AND TRADE AT THE EAST END GROCERY Me lell AND ALL KINDS OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. A trial will convince you. J. H. FURRY Ford's Seed Catalogue free. Mrs. H. B. Coe is sick. The Work train was reinstated on the C & P, Monday. Put. Willyard was fined $1 and costs Saturday for being drunk. Mrs. Lyman S. Ward returned from visiting Cleveland friends Monday. Mrs. T. R. Mason has returned from her visit in Youngstown. Miss Martha Carter expects to return to Phil adelphia Friday. J. R. Hummelbaugh received sentence Satur day. He goes to the penitentiary for eighteen months. A letter was received yesterday from H. W Riddle, dated at Gibraltar All the excursion ists were well at that time. Mr. Olin, Sec'y of Buchtel College, was in Probate here today on business connected with a devise to the College by the late Henry Boszor of Brimfield. The Ladies Cemeteiy Association will meet Thursday, March 7th, at 2 : 30 prompt, at Room 21, Riddle Block. A full attendance is requested as there is important business. Claude Sheldon, whose disturbed mental con dition was the cause of his abandoning his legal studies some time ago, was taken to the Asylum at Newburgh, Monday. Members of Beebe Rebekah Lodge, No. JOS, are requeste J to meet in I. O. O. F. Hall, Thurs day evening, March 7, for the purpose of organ izing a Degree Staff, , Selected Seed Corn, of many varieties, at Ford & Son's, Ravenna, O. Iline & Co. unloaded a car of stoneware Tuesdav. The Dorcas Society will meet Friday eve ning, at the usual place. Mrs. Woerling, sister of Mrs. Michael Krebs, returned to her home in St. Paul to day, over the Erie. C. C. Byers took the Erie for an eastern trip yesterday, in the interest of the J. F. Byers Co. George Kelso and Miss Lucy E. Boszor, of Brimfield, were married, by Rev. Andrew Willson, at his residence, Monday afternoon. An infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kohl died last Friday. The remains were taken to Kent Monday, for burial. John Phillips, of Rosindale, Wis., is visit ing relatives in Paris township. He is a cousin of T. G. Phillips, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Wait L. Livingston and baby daughter left Sunday for Petersboro, N. H., where they expect to reside. Where are you going Friday evening ? To the Universalist Church, of course. Just think, for 10 cents we can hear Miss Parker, excellent music, and then have a taffy pull. We must go. One of our elderly citizens, while endeavoring to open up a drain and let tils' water out of a flooded cellar, last Saturday, made a mis-step and took an involuntary plunge into the water. He now says the 1st of March is too early to go in swimming, even with an overcoat on. We were shown some very excellent specimens of pencil drawing executed by John Fairchild, son of A. B. Fairchild, of this city, yesterday. John certainly has superior talent and is capa" ble of achieving more than ordinary success in that branch of art productions. Hon. C. B. Newton, resident and ex-Mayor of Kent, and one of the prominent members of the Portage County Bar, was severely burned about the face and neck Monday night, occasioned by throwing some oil into a stove to revive the fire It is not thought that any permanent injuries will result to his eyes, but it was a perilous facial baptism in the burning element, Rev and Mrs. H. D. Stauffer left for DeFuniak Springs, Florida, " the Southern Chautauqua," Monday evening, over the Erie. They planned to make a brief stop in Cincinnati and to visit Mammoth Cave. The Reverend gentleman will conduct morning devotional services at the Springs from Friday, March 14th, to Monday ,the 18th, and thnn TPturn to Ravenna, reaching here the 21st. He wiil occupy his pulpit again on Sunday, the 25th. Mrs. Royal Gurley and Mrs. J. D. Watterson, who have been visiting Ravenna friends and rel atives during the past week, gave a dinner at the Etna House yesterday to 2-1 of their lady friends, after which the merry company spent the afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. S. Ward. with progressive euchre. The prizes were won by Mesdames Ward, Maxson and Beckley, and the lone hand prize by Mrs. Kennedy, of Cleve land. The County Board of Elections held a session in the office of Clerk H. L. Beatty, yesterday forenoon. The contract for printing ballots was given to the Ravenna Republican for $60, that Demg tne only bid received. The election precincts in the various town ships remain as before, there being no change in me territorial limits or boundaries. It is important for the voters in the several townships to know that all nomination caners of every kind must be filed with the County Board of Elections not later than Hahirrlav March 16th. on which date the Board will auain be in session to inspect them. Caucuses should therefore be held in ample time for the nomina tion papers to be filed with the Board on that date. Rev. George H. Vibbert will address Anti-Saloon meetings as follows : Freedom Congregational Church, Thursday evening, March 7th. Mantua Station Friday, Saturday and Sun day, March 8, 9 and 10. Hiram Thursday, March 14. Randolph Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 15, 10th and 17th. Atwater Monday, March 18th. Meetings will also be held in other towns, but definite dates cannot now be given. It is expected that Mr. Vibbert will return to Ravenna Friday, March 22. It is probable that the Mass meeting that evening will be held m Opera House. " The relation of the Saloon to the Business interests of Ravenna," will be con sidered. Mayor Cole will preside, and after an address by Mr. Vibbert, there will be an oppor tunity for questions. Any one who honestly be lieves that saloons are helpful or necessary to the business prosperity of the town will have an opportunity to so affirm and to give his reasons for his belief. This will be a golden opportunity for all who want to help the business of Ravenna Be sure and attend. 66 THERE ARE OTHERS," But The Placfi- For Satisfactory Dealing For All Kinds of Footwear, is at chapian'sshoTemporidm Nothing circulates so rapidly as a secret. That's why so many people are anxiously YOrKmlTH? 0Pr?P1U-TG GOODS. which are arriving daily. 1 OI KiNOW illh PLACE, and we ask you to call. . F. P. THB" SHOEMAN. Want to Save Money Kennedy's Extra Salted Wafeks, New York State Buckwheat Flour, Entire Wheat Flour, Bulk Oysters (Solid Mfats). NO. 4 PHFNIX BLOCK. Cristy llanim has been very low with pleu-ro-pneumonia for the past ten days, but we arc pleased to learn is a little better, with good indications for recoyery. Miss Parker, who is to appear at the Uni versalist Church Friday evening, took first prize at the Anti-Saloon College Contest, at Columbus. Be sure and hear her. - Buy your Fruit Trees and Plants of Ford & bon, and save from 30 to 60 per cent. Cat- logue free. Mrs. Elizabeth Jones died at the heme of her daughter, Mrs. Richard Evans, about two miles east of town, Friday morning, aged 86 years. The funeral was held Sunday, in Palmyra, her former home, where the inter ment 'will be made. The Y. P. C. U. will give an entertainment in the Universalist Church on Friday eve ning. March 8th, Music will be furnished by Mrs. Slaughter and daughter Maud, Miss Gertrude Jones, and other home talent. Miss Lulu Parker, of Akron.will furnish readings After the entertainment there will be a social and taffy pull, in the parlors of the Church Admission to all, only 10 cents. Doors onen at 7;30 ;entertainment at8. All are cordially luviiea. vnenwiu the time come when '-ITnMe Tom's Cabin" will lose its charm to the ris ing generation? Judging by its present freshness, its alluring powers will be peren nial, xnere is something in the skillful combination of the pathetic and humorous that never fails to f ascinate.and the story that it tens or the suffering of the poor slaves ap peals directly to the finest sensibilities of the human soul. Such plays are better than sermons. They point a moral and adorn a tale. They teach us a lesson in thjughtf ul ness and charity. They impress on our minds the precepts of the golden rule. Mrs. Stowe'8 book is one of the greatest books of literature, because it deals with questions of immeasurable human import, and the plav itself is one of those simple master-pieces that can never die. If it does no more than keep alive the memory of the rise and fall of one of the greatest iniquities that historv deals with, it was not written in vain. Ed. F. Davis' colossal Uncle Tom's Cabin Company will appear at the Opera House, Thursday, March 28. Mr. and Mrs, Chester Fisher were called upon by a jolly company of about 100 friends Saturday night, and their hospitable home resounded with mirth and merrv making during the hours of an exceedingly pleasant and enjoyable social occasion. Dancingand progressive euchre engaged the attention of the guests until a late hour, the music beine furnished by the Mandolin Club. The host and hostess were delightfully remembered with a beautiful image fashioned after the likeness of a thriving, healthy baby, which only needed a phonograph to make the re semblance complete. A full outfit, includ ing the latest make of nursing bottle, and a neat and ingeniously appointed chair, made for genuine service. " Chet" was equal to the occasion, as he always is, and promised to take good and fatherly care of the ward bo graciously sent to them. The Phonograph Concert at the Methodist Church Saturday night was a wonderful en tertainment. The human voice in almost every conceivable employment was repro duced m " verbal fac simile." Oratory. reading, singing, prose, poetry, humor, pathos, tragedy, sorrow, joy, laughter in short anything the vox humana or vox na- urae are capable of, is returned in perfect tone and distinct articulation; so clear and well defined as to be heard in the remotest parts of a large auditorium with the same ease that the original is understood. The audience Saturday night could hardly be lieve the evidence of their ears, as thev lis tened to the faithful tones of the inanimate recorder. Among the musical numbers ta ken from the best talent in the country, par ticular mention should be made of a piccolo solo by George S. Schweinf est, and a whis tling solo by J. Y. Atle, of Washington.D.C. It seemed as near " whistling in Heaven" as could be imagined. The reading of " The Prodigal Son," by Rev. T. C. Edward, the noted Welsh Divine, was an interpretation of the. beautiful parable such as is rarely lis tened to by the average audience. Too much praise cannot be given the en tertainment. It was in fact an evening spent with some of the best talent in the world. Toward the close of the regular program, the Ravenna Male Quartet sang " Good Night," into the machine, but not having ' practiced" with it, some portions of the song were lost in what might be termed an "over volume." But this could have been easily remedied by a little experimenting. Mrs. J. S. Allen sang two versesof "Jesus, Lover of my Soul," which were given back by the sensitive machine with absolute fidel ity. Prof. Howe certainly gave one of the best entertainments possible for any audience to listen to. We hope he will come again. A very appreciative letter has been received from the Clerk of Harlan county, Nebraska, by Miss Mary L. Tupper, of this city, lor article sent the suffering people of that State. He says the greatest after-Winter hardship will be for the farmers to secure seeds, three fourths of them being without means to buy them. He says horses and cattle are running at large, getting a living as best they can, there being not even hay or straw for them. He asks if it would be possible for this County to send a load of grain of any kind to them. This would certainly be a worthy and humane thing to do. Mrs. M. Baldwin also received a letter of grateful acknowledgment from the County Su perintendetit of Valley county, for needed goods Masquerade Ball anil Oyster Supper. The Masquerade Ball, next Friday evening, at Riddle Hall, promises to be the event of the season. Everybody cordially invited. An Oyster Supper will be served at 12 o'clock, at the Miller House, at SO cents a couple. CHAPPflAfoL D mum AND ' ffU fBUlIS Ghass I Mm Teas ! CHASE & SANB0BF3 CELEBRATED I0FFEES! J. S. SMITH & SON Crocers and Confectioners. We are receiving manv nice things - . in Spring Goods". Shall be in. the -city copying the Imported Hats,this week. We shall have a very nice line of Trimmed Work, as well as everything new and nice in Novel ties and Trimmings, to show you at our Opening, the date of which will be announced later. In the mean time, any one wishing a new Spring Hat, will find it here. Mrs. A. H. Parsons. No. 3, OPERA BLOCK. Dorcas Society. The Dorcas SUw.iofv 1 .4. 4-1 ir v. onue, on Friday evemna of onrh noolr nnt;i further notice. Typewriting. I WOuld be triad to do tvno.writincr fur ontr who desire such work done. Callat E. M . Waller's Insurance Office. - Claka S. Hopkins. A New Art School.' Miss Minnie Horr, who has studied in Cleve land the past three years, and has had her pic tures hung in the most important exhibitions, has been persuaded to open the Art Rooms in the Empire Bui.ding, where she will be pleased to meet, on Saturday afternoons, all who desire to join a class in drawing, oil or water color painting. Sugar Makers, Attention. We want you to try our $2 lump coal, or Palmyra slack at $1.25 per ton. Large stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clav and Cement on hand. A. H. Hint. & C.n. Excursion to AVest and Southwest. March 5th and April 2nd. the Erie R. R, will sell Excursion tickets to numerous points West and Southwest at about one full fare for Round trip. Excursion to the South. The Erie R. R. will sell Excursion tickets to principal points in Kentucky, Tennessee. Ala bama, Florida, Mississippi, North and South Carolina. Dates of sale March 5th. April 2nd 30th. Rate one fare for Round Trin. ftnnd to return 20 days. Sunday afternoon one Werley Jackson, whose home is in Edinburgh, and whose color is akin to boiled tar, created a lively commotion among some of his colored brothers, b loud threats, hard names and the threatened use of a razor. Officer Good enough was notified and promptly placed the fellow under arrest, but had proceeded but a short distance with him when the prisoner broke away and ran down South Chestnut street. Refusing to obey the summons to stop, he was reminded of the urgency of the demand by five shots from the officer's revolver, none of which were fired with the intention of hitting him. The fact of his es caping the bullets encouraged the fugitive to continue his flight, and then it was that that John let himself out, catching his man in the alley south of Riddle block. Monday afternoon the prisoner was taken before the Mayor and departed with a sentence of 90 days in the Workhouse and a fine of $100 and costs, which will keep him busy for some thing over a year. This is the way to serve such characters, and it is to be lamented that any of them are ever permitted to escape like rigorous punishment. Green Mountain Oats are best. Frank Ford & Son have a large stock of them nicely recleaned. It pays to sow oats that yield big crops, The County Commissioners have been in ses sion since Monday. They passed bills and claims and counted the money in the treasury. A petition was presented for the incorporation of Mantua Station, which was passed until the May session. The quarterly visit to the jail was made and everything reported in good condition. Semi-annual report of Infirmary Directors ex amined and approved. The following sheep claims were allowed: I. . Garman, Rootstown, $15; J, Myers. Atwater, 10: Chas. Hogle, Atwater, $3. Claim of James Forsyth, Deerfield, for $5, dis-allowed. The Board are examining cost bills from Jus tice and Mayors Courts today. ' Income Tax Here. F . C. Park, the jeweler, has received from Dep uty Income Tax Collector Morgan, of Alliance, blanks for the return of individual net profits or incomes above $1,000. All persons knowing themselves to be subject to this tax are request ed to call and get a blank and fill it out, The tax must he paid to the Collector on or before July 1, 1S95. Mr. Park is in no way officially connected with the collection of the tax. The blanks were sent to his store as a convenient .place for people to call for them. Marriage Licenses. Elmer Roosa and Nora Marvin, Shalersville. Gordon Baker and Effie Eckert, Charlestown C. R. Spencer and Clara May Wise, Brimfield. Sidney R. Hinman and Mary A. Heckman Brimfield. Frank Stickler and Ida Glass, Suffield. George Kelso and Lucy Boszor, Brimfield. Frank Stockberger and Nellie Tremaine, At water. Election of Assessors. An Assessor will be elected this year in each voting precinct in Portage County, by the voters in that precinct. This will give three to Raven na and Kent respectively. This is important to be borne in mind by the voters of those town ships having more than one precinct, viz: Ra venna. Kent and Mantua. A minister who had preached the doctrinal graces to a church in one of the north row of townships in this County, for several years, received a call to richer regions, and in breaking the news to one of the pillars of the local tabernacle, said to him : " Well, Brother B., I am going to do what the Devil never did." "What's that?" queried the wondering layman. " I am going to leave this church," earnestly replied the man of God. DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS. The Democratic voters of Rootstown are notified to meet in caucus at the Town Hall, on Friday Evening, March- 15th, 1895, at 7:30 o'clock.for the purpose of nominating Town ship Officers for the annual April election. By order of committee. NOTICE OF APPOINT VENT. Estate of Edward M. Gallagher, deceased. The undersigned has been appointed and qual ified as Executor of the estate of Edward M. (Tallaglier, late of Ravenna, Portage County, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 5th day of March, A. D. 1895. FRANK McTYE. Attest: O. P. Speeea, Probate Judge, isl-3 Pnr Snip 49 63-100 ACRES good farming land, one and one-half miles from Court House. Inquire at first house north of Fair Ground, of Ifillinery! THB PHENIX ..MARCH 6th.. THE FIRST GUN Again we open the than ever before, with and additional improvements throughout. Our Store is Goods fraternity the largest in size, but surely as large in Enterprise. Enterprise characterizes our store frnm CELLAR to GARRET, and produces our wonderful offerings, Our Spring Goods are fast arriving. Wo are NOW able to show you the " brightest, neatest stoctf yet displayed over our counters. the country. White, J. C. CLARK. WE -:- MOVED!" ow It's Your iUOIIT To Our New Store! In the room just yacatad by B. Heskins, POE BLOCK, RAVENNA. This "old familiar" CLOTHING STATED w Wn made fresh and bright with -Ea v-Eircx xmjNVj ujU-UiUN. uur goods are clean, FBEsn and new. Examine them. . "We Will criVfi Trnn a cordial welcome, and every uur prices are A JNUV "THEY ARE LOW." Respectfully, N. WEISS. Manager. W. B. TAYLOR, Asst. M'gr.' WALL PAPER WINDOW SHADES AND CURTAIN POLES New and Stylish Goods, and finest things in WALL PAPER WINDOW SHADES made well, and give satisfaction. Call and see what we can do C. A. Ravenna, Ohio. h - 4 - V i. 3 I (.VfcJ $9 A C A With 40 Pieces of Lt.o) . Kitchen Utensils. C. A Talcott's Art G-allery. PHOTOS OF ALL KIXDS. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO CHILDREN. All Work RAVENNA, O. PILES CURED Without knife, ligature, pain, or detention from business. Every case guaranteed. Thousands cured by this method; many in this vicinity. Fistula, Fissure, UleeratioD, Constipation, Irritation of the Bladder and Urinary Organs, &c, successfully treated. Consultation free. At Etna Hotel every Friday forenoon. Come in early and promptly TIIOS. J. XtlSIVER, M, r. Office, Suite 15i Errm Block, near FoatofQoe, Canton, O. 7 battle, better eni.inr.Rd enlarged demrtmfintfl a factor in the l)rv of Ravenna. Not We handle FOREST CITY CAR PET WARP. Second to none in 16c; Colored, 18c. RJlove- ALONG new paper and paint. attention. - ULTY m Fcrta?e County. D. F. REED. at prices sure to please. The we have ever shown. and put up by us, always work for you. MYERS. & f- ' !- .WA. 33 v.. Beckley, Ravenna. FRAMES MADE TO ORDER IN ANY SIZE, IN LATEST PATTERN OF MOULDING. First Class. OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.