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THE DEMOCRATIC NOItTH WEST. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17. 1 881.
Mr. Editor : In alludiug to the above
abject I propoM to commence it tbe
flnt rudiments. I have long ainoe learned
that to aolre a problem in mathematica
in order to be successful,! must commence
at first rudiments. Therefore in allud-
I jng to the above subject I shall ecdrvor
To do so.'
Most scientists at tbe present day com-
nience at the natural tun ot this world,
which I consider about the middle of the
great principle of science, nnd thus so
many infidels; for allow me to make this
very broad assertion that no truth has
ever yet been discovered by self derived
intelligence, for that very principle was
the partaking of the forbidden fruit
tbrouKh which cursed the whole human
I firmly believe there are two worlds
the natural, and the spiritual: and that
there are two suns iu the spiritual world,
there is a sun of pure love, in the .midst
of which is Jehovah God. The sun of
the natural world is pure lire, and
through the instrumentality of the spir
itual sun the natural sun warms and in
vigorates the earth, and hence fruit,
vegetables and seeds are produced; all
these occordin to true, scientific princi
ples. All nature in herself is dead, and
is made alive by the spiritual sun, which
is pure love, in the midst of which is Je
hovah God, which is the only source of
life in all animated nature; it is freely
given in its purity, but I am sorry to say
that a large proportion of our race on tho
reception of that life, immediately per
vert it into evil, and hence infidelity and
various kinds of wickedness in high
niacesas well as in low. But more par-
( jticular to the subject above alluded to. I
Nshall not enter into it in detail, for it em-
Ibraces millions upon millions, in fact it
lis a subject that never can be fully com
Sprehended by finite minds. Therefore, as
man !a Ihennhlput work of GikI I will en
leavor briefly to epeak.
The inspired writer asserts that man is
fearfully and wonderfully made. The
bones bv their ioints and solidity form
kheffoundation of this fine machine, the
ligaments are strings which unite the
Viarti together; the muscles are nesiiy
ubstances which act as elastic springs to
Wt them in motion. The nerves which
r . , .
hre dispersed over tne wnoie nouy con
lect all the parts together; the arteries
ind veins, like rivulets, convey life and
nealth throughout; the heart, placed in
the centre is the focus where the blood
ollects, or the acting power by means of
which it circulates and is preserved. Tne
lungs by means of another power draw
in the external air and expel hurtful vap-
t)rs. Tne stomacn ana intestines are me
magazines where everything, that is re-
mired for the daily supply is prepared.
iTh brain; that seat of the soul.is formed'
an a manner suitable to the dignity of its
nWiitant: the senses. which are the souls
ministers, warn it of all that is neeessary
jjfor its pleasure or use. ;'
I Adorable Creator! with what wonder
ful art thou hast formed us. Though the
heavens did not exist to proclaim thy
glory my own body might convince me
hat thou art a God of unlimited wis
Jom and infinite goodness. The economy
ot the human frame when seriously con
templated has a tendency to excite ad
miration and astonishment, . and to im
iress us with a sense of our continual de
endence on a superior power. What an
mmense multiplicity of machinery must
1 in action to enablo us to breathe, to
Seel or to walk. And is it man that gov
erns these nice and complicated move
ments? Did he set the heart in motion or
endue it with the muscular force it ex
erts, and when it has Ceased to beat, can
he command it again to resume its func
tions? Can anything . more strikingly
demonstrate our dependence every mo
ment on a superior being, and that it is
in God we live and move and have our
Ibeiiig. Were a single pin of the machin
ery within us and over which we have
Sno control, either broken or deranged, a
'thousand movements might instantly be
linterrupted and our bodies left to crum
ble into the dust.
All the matters alluded to. above can
asily be seen by the light of ti ue sci
ence. - & tew Drier reueciions ana i win
lose for this time. .
"Man. nrond mm.
Prasad iu a little brief authority;
Flays such fantastic tricks before high heaveu,
Ai maxe tne angeia weep."
How affecting to contemplate the war
ier-flushed with diabolical pride pursu
ing his, conquests through heaps of slain
bi order to obtain possession of a poor
litiable spark of perishing earth.exclaim-
pg in his rage 1 will pursue, I will over
take, I will divide the spoil, my lust shall
e satisfied, upon them I will draw the
word, my hand shall destroy them. ' To
fehold the man of rank glorying in his
ealth and hisempty titles, and looking
round upon the inferior orders of his fel
w mortals as the worms- of .the dust,
jobehold the man of ambition pushing
lis way through bribery, treachery and
Kuchter to srain rtnaqagsion nf a. t.hrnnn
O a 1 -
lat he may look down with proud pre
eminence upon his fellows. To behold
the haughty airs of the noble dame, in
flated with the idea of her beauty and her
high birth, as she struts along surveying
the ienoblo crowd as if they were die
Bust beneath her feet.. To behold the
Imatterer in learning puffed up with a
tain conceit of his superficial acquire
jnents, when he has scarcely entered the
torch of knowledge. In fine, to behold
,11 ranks from the highest to the lowest,
tig with the idea of their own import
nce, and fired with pride and revenge at
he least provocation, whether imaginary
ir real How inconsistent the manifesta-
10ns oi sucn tempers wun tne manv
humiliating circumstances of our present
onaition ana me tow ranic winch we
hold in the scale of universal being.
. , J. W. H,
MOKK rrKECTrAU-Y TO NIOYIItK AGAINST
' TBE EVILS KKKILTINO MOM THE TRAF
FIC IN I.NTOXICATINO I.HflOKS.
The following bill has been intro
duced by Mr. l'ond, and is now pend
ing in tbe Ohio Legislature :
Sec. 1. lie it enacted by theuener-
1 Assembly of the State of Ohio, that
every person engaged in tbe traffic in
intoxicating liquors shall, wunin tnir
ty days after the passage of this act,
and "in the first week of May in each
succeeding year thereafter; and every
person hereafter engaging in such traf
fic shall before engaging therein, anu
in the first week of May in each suc
ceeding year thereafter, during uis
continuance in such tramc, pay into
the treasury of the propercounty, upon
the certificate of the county Auditor,
as follows to wit :
When his place of business is located
not within any village or city, nor
within ono mile thereof, $100; when
within a village having a population of
less than two thousand by the next
preceding federal census, or within one
milo thereof, 8'-00; when within any
other village, or within one mile there-'
of, $300; when within any city of the
second-class, or within one mile there
of, $.'U0; and when within any city of
the first-class, or within two- miles
Sec. 2, Every " person engaged in
such traffic, and every person hereafter
engaging therein, shall, at the tune
fixed by the preceding section for mak
ing said first payment jnto the county
treasury, execute to the State of Ohio
his penal bond iri a sum not exceediug
ten thousand dollars, nor less thai, one
thousand dollars, with at least . two
sureties ' resideut -of the county, and
each owning therein freehold -estate,-not
exempt from execution, worth at
least double tho amount of tho -bona
abovo incumbrances, which bond shall
have indorsed thereon a pertinent de
scription of the '.ot or premises where
in said traffic is or shall be carried on,
cogether with the name of its owner,
tho amount of which bond shall be
fixecj by, and the sureties thereon be
to the-acceptance of the Probate Judge,
of the county, who shall keep and re
cord the same, together with the in
dorsement thereon, in a book to be
by him kept for that purpose, which
bond shall be conditioned for the faith
ful performance of all,' and' singular,
the requirements of this act, and the
Probate Judjre shall receive in each
case for his services under this act, to
be paid by the person giving such
bond, the sum of two dollars.
Sec. 3. Every person who shall en
gage or continue in the traffic m intoxi
cating liquors after default made in
any payment in the first section of this
act required, shall be. deemed to have
broken the condition of his bono, and
an action shall lie thereon against him
and his sureties, in the Court of Com
mon Pleas, for double Lhe amount of
such default, with costs, and it shall be
made a part of the judgment of the
Court that he -be restrained and per
petually enjoined from further continu
ing in s.uch traffic.
Sec. 4. Every person who shall en
gage or continue in such traffic with
out having executed the bond in the
second section of this act required, or
after his bond shall have been adjudged
to be forfoited, as in the preceding sec
tion provided, shall be deemed guilty
of a misdemeanor, upon conviction of
which he shall be fined in any sum not
exceeding $1,000 nor less than $500,or
be imprisoned m the county tail not
exceeding one year nor less than thir
ty days, or both, at the discretion of
the Court; and it shall be a part of sen-
tenco of tho Court, that he be re
strained aud perpetually enjoined from
continuing in such trafhe.
Sec. 5. hvery person who shall sell
or lurnisn intoxicating liquors, ov
wholesale or otherwise, to one engaged,
or who shall hereafter engage in such
traffic in violation of this act, shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor cog
nizable in the proper Court of the coun
ty in which said illegal traffic is car
ried on, and upon conviction thereof
shall be fined in any sum not exceed
ing $2,000 nor less than $200, or im
prisoned in the county iau not exceed
ing one year nor less than thirty days,
and all indebtedness and evidences
thereof, founded upon the considera
tion of such sale, or furnishing in
whole in part, shall be absolutely void.
Sec, G. All prosecutions for offenses
under this act, in all counties in this
State, wherein the Probate Court, has,
by law, jurisdiction of misdemeanors
concurrent with the Court of Common
Pleas, shall be conducted in &l re
spects in said Probate Court, as pro
vided in chapter nine of title two of the
revised statutes of Ohio.
Sec. 7. In no prosecutions for crimes
and offenses under this act in the Court
of Common Pleas in any county in this
State, shall an indictment by the grand
jury be required, but in all such cases
brought before said Court the Prose
cuting Attorney shall immediately file
with said Court of Common Pleas an
information setting forth briefly aud
distinctly, in plain and ordinary langu
age, the charges against the accused
person, and on such charges such per
sons shall be tried in the same manner
as provided by law for the trial of per
sons charged with other crimes and of
fenses on indictment in said Court of
Common Pleas; but such informations
may be amended at any time before or
during trial, on such terms as to con
tinuance and otherwise, as said Court
Sec. 8. The Prosecuting Attorney, of
any countv, shall file his information
originally in said Court of Common
Pleas, without a preliminary hearing
before an examining Court, upon the
proper affidavits being filed therein,
and in like manner shall file his in
formation upon the transcript of a
criminal cause brought for any offense
under the provisions of this act of any
Justice of the Peace or Mayor of any
village or city, which shall be filed in
said Court ot Common Pleas, within
ten days after the filing thereof, by
such Justice or Mayor.
Sec. 9. The Prosecuting Attorney
shall institute civil actions on-all such
bonds given under this act, as shall
havd become forfeited, for -which, as
well as for all fines and costs, he shall
be entitled to receive, as fees, ten per
Ont. of all sums by -him collected
thereon after process commenced.
Sec. 10. AH' funds paid into the
county treasury under the provisions
of this act, after deducting therefrom
costs and expenses-of collection, shall
be. applied to the relief of the poor,
whose destitution has arisen from tbe
use of, or the traffic in intoxicating
liquors, and other poor.
Sec. 1 1. For the purpose of paying
the assessment fixed and giving the
bond required by this. act, and for no
other purpose thereunder, a firm or
corporation mar be treated and con
sidered as one person, and the sale of
intoxicating liquors, in good faith, for
purely medicinal or mechanical pur
poses; shall not be deemed traffic with
in the meaning of this. act.
. Sec-12. Nothing in this act shall
operate to rspeal, supersede or impair
any existing statute or any provision
thereof. ' ' '
Sec. -13. This act shall take effect
and be in ' force from and after the
first day of May, 1881.
A Foollan Mistake. '
Don't make the mistake of confounding
a remedy of acknowledged merit with
the numerous, quack mvdicine that are
aow to common. We speak from exper
ience when we say that Parker's Ginger
Tonic is a sterling health restorative and
will do all that it claimed for it. We
have used it ourselves with the happiest
rvaulta for Rheumatism aud when worn
ut by overwork. See adv. Time.
j mi 27-1 m
Ileury I. Morey,
Augustus W. Eckrrt, at. aL
Order ot sale H enry County Court of Conuuon
By virtue of an order of sale issued from the above
named court and to me directed aa Sheriff of Heury
oounty, I will offer at public aale at tne door of toe
Court House in tiapoleon, Ohio, on .
Saturday, February 19, 1881,
at the hoar of 1 o'clock p. m., of said day, the follow
In described real estate, situated In Henry oounty,
Two hundred and eighteen and one-half (21 R'-i ) acme
taken evenly off the euuth side of section thirty-three
(33), in Kichneld township, Henry oounty, Ohio, be
in town four (41 north, range eight ill) eaxt in said
county, and eatlmated to be the south one-third d)
part of said section thirty-three aforesaid.
Appraised at $:t,l.
Terms of sale Cash.
W. Stephenson, Alty for Plaintiff.
Napoleon, Ohio, Jan. 12, 1881. 8 70
NOTICE is hereby given 'that pclllK will be
presented to the Commissioners of Heury county,
at theirnext session March 7th, A.D., mi, praying
for the vacation of a oounty road on the following
line, to-wit: Beginning at a point on the half secUon
linAmnntiis east and west through section twenty-
nve (25), town (6) north, rango eight (S) east, aud
about ID or l.r rods east of tbe northwest corner of the
northeast quarter of the southwest quarter, runniug
thence in a southeasterly direction to the south line
of said northeast quarter of tne southwest qnarter of
aforesaid section ana tueir to ceruuuaie, an in wasu
ington township, Heury county, Ohio.
Washington Tp., O., Jan. 20, A. D., 1S81 .
The Board of School Examiners of Henry
county,Obio,wlll bold mecllofs f'iheeiaa
Inatloaotippallrant! for teachers certiorate!,
it the Union School House la Na
poleon, Ohio, on tbe third Satnrdaj
In March and the first and third
Saturdays In'Apriland May, the first
Saturday in June, July and August,
the 1st and 3d Saturday in September
and the first and third Saturdays In
October, the first aud third itatdaja
in Keveinber, and the lint Saturdays
In Dece inber, Jannarjand February.
Evidence ef good moral character willbt
required of allcandidatc.. Tbalevidencelobt
a personal knowledge oltheoxaminertconrern
ing the applicant, or acertincate olgood moral
A. II. TYI H. I
MRS, SUE.WELSTED, J-Eximin
Ieb20-is Juaw it. HottiiujSG.J
It in difficult for any one to under
stand how a woman can- be happy
whose seal skin sacque has been length
ened by sewing on a piece of fur. She
knows that her sacque is short, and
everybody knows that it is short, and
she knows that everybody knows it,
and averybody knows that she knows
that everybody knows it, and she
knows that everybody knows that she
knows that everybody knows it, and
everybody knows that she knows that
everybody knows that everybody
knows that she knows it. Fuck.
After Eight Long Tears.
C. C. Jacobs, 78 Folsora Street.
Buffalo, an employee of the U. S. Ex
parss Co., says, Dr. Thomas' Eclectricj
Oil cured him of a severe case of Piles
of 8 years standing, having had tried
almost every known remedy, "besides
two Buffalo Physicians,'' without re
lief; but the Oil cured him; he thinks
it cannot be recommended too highly.
For sale by J. C. Saur.
Cambridge is trying to have the new
insane asylum located there.
Notice to Contractors.
Ha ad Improvement Sale.
XTOTICB is hereby given that the Commissioners of
li Henry county, Ohio, will sell the labor of con
otniftii.u ltoail Imnrovement No. 18. (Chas. L. Brown
Petitioner) to the lowest and best bidders at Audl-
tor soluoe on tne ss 1st usy oi j-euruary, a. v., iooi,
t Q n'c lrwlr P. M.
Said Itoad Improvement will lis Bold In half mile
By order of Commissioners,;
Hapoleon, O., Feb. 1, 18S1. lebS-St
L. E. McClure, Plaintiff,
The Most Successful Remedy ever
discovered, as it is certain iu its effects aud does not
blister. Also exoelleut for human flesh. Itr.AD
From a Prominent Physi
WanhinKtonvilk'. Ohio. June 17, 18 B0.
Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co., GeutB: Ucftding your
advertisement in Turf, Field aud Farm, of KouduU'p
Spaviu (jure, aud hu ing a valuable aua Bpeeuy n orae
which had been lame from epavin eiuhteeu monthi. 1
rent to you for a bottle by express, which iu six weekx
removed all lameuetm aud enlargement and a lurgti
npiiiit from another horne, and both horsea are to-duj-aa
sound as colts. The one bottle was worth to inu
one hundred dollars. lit Kespectlully yours,
Jjtfci AikMakV I I .. A- JSKHTOLKTT, 31. V
And Dealer r
Building Stone, Cut Stone,
Masonry, Flagging, &c
Xni Proprietor ot
THE NAPOLEON STEAM
Ch d 5 elk
Foot of Washington Street,
Ole Kling, Defendent.
W. Hanna, Justioe of
the Peace for
I pf on- J.
Jj Damascus township. Henry Co., Ohio, on the
1 5th day of January A. U., 1881, suid Justioe issned
" n order of attachmeut iu tho above action for .the
"urn of fifteen dollars and fifteen oeuts (If). IS).
h. E. McCLUKE, Pl'ff.
Damascus, Jan. 31, 1831. 3t
Boring Artesian Wells.
THE ftnderaiirned is prepared to bore Wells, frota
X 9 inches up to four feet In diameter, at reasonable
rates. I have been in the business for over 13 years,
and can give many testimonials as to the quality of
1 my wora. au worK warranted.
J CONRAD MOHR,
dec80-3ui Ridgerille, Henry Co., O,
The undersigned respectfully inform the public that they have opened a Grocery and Provision store, with
ENTIRE NEW STOCK!
In the SEW ROOM, Sd.door South of F. F. SHONER'S Harness Shop,
where they will keep a general assortment of
and everything usually found in a store of this kind.
Ths Highest Market Pries Paid for Country Produc.
We invito everybody to call and see us and examine our goods.
TIETJENS & CO.
Ashland, Schuylkill County, Pa., JuneSrd, 180.
Pr. 1). J . Keudall & Co., Gents : A. caso of spavin
that came under my observation watt eutirely cured
by one bottle of your Kendnll's Spavin Cure', and the
Horse sold alterwaras tor two nuuurea aouars.
"The" Druggist. Chas. H. Babnard.
XT 1ST ID EK OA TEL.
To Whom It May Conckbn. Iu the year 1873 I
treated with Kendall's Spavin Cure, a bone spavin of
several months' urowth. nearly half as large as a
hen's egg, and completely stopped the lameness and
removed the enlargement, i have worked the horse
ever since very hard, and he never has been lame, nor
ooukl I ever Bee any difference in the size of the hock
Joints since 1 treated him with ftenaau's apaviu cure.
It. A. UA1NES.
lSnosmu-Kh Falls. Vt., Feb. 2!., 18711:
Sworn and subscribed to before me this 23th day of
Feb., A.D., 1S79.
JOH N G. JENNE, Justice of (he Peace.
Kendall's Spavin Cure on
Pattcn'B Mills. Washington Co.,N. Y..Feb.21. 1878.
. li. J. Kendall, M. I). : Dear bir, The particular case
on which I used your "Spavin Cure" was a maliguant
aukle sprain of sixteen mouth.' staudiug. I had tried
many thiugs, but iu vain. Your "Spavin-Cure" put
the foot to the ground again, aud, for tlienrst time
since hurt, iu a natural position. For a family lini
ment it excels anything we ever need.
Yours truly, : UEV. M. P. BELL,
Pastor M. E. Church, Patten's Mills, X. Y.
In snrelnits effects, nilldlnita action a it does not
blister, and vet it ie penetrating and powerful to reach
any deep seated pain or 10 remove any oony growm or
any other enlargement, if used for several days, such
as spavins, splints, curbs. - callous, sprains swellings,
anv lameness and all enlargements of the joints or
limbs, or rheumatism in man and for any puipose for
which a liniment is used for man or beast.- It is cow
known to be the best liniment for inau ever usod, act
ing mild and yet certain in its efl'ecta. It is used lull
strength with perfect safety at all seasons of the year.
Send address for Illustrated Circular, which we think
gives positive proof of its virtues. No remedy lias
ever met with sueh unqualified success, to our knowl
edge, for beast as well as man.
Tice?5i per ooiue, or six Domes ior so, alIj
DRUGGISTS have it or can get it for you, or it will
be sent to any address on receipt of price by the propri
etors, Dlt. B. J. KENDALL k CO.,
r-uosoargn runs, venuom.
I would respectfully Inlorm the ci tineas rt
Henry and adjoining counties that I am now
prepared to furnish them wltb
. Prick. & Sewer Brick
Tile of Eeverv Desired
Caliber by the Rod,
Complete Stock of Silver and
Gold and Silver Watches.
Clocks of all Kinds.
Nice stock ol Gold and Set Rings,
Needles for all kinds of Sewing Ma
chines. Repairing neatly done and
work warranted. Ware sole agt's
for the celebrated Johnston Spec
tacles, the best in the world.
Call ntthe Ynru id Examine Stock
and l riceB.
Cbntracisforall kinds of Stone and Brick; work
win receive prompt attention.
W rartiep can address we at Mnpoleon , 0. , or
thevcan callunon meat rav residence on Wash-
Inston.Slreet Jicoll's Addition . marlO-78
Reiser, Shoemaker & Stockman
Would announce to their friends that they have pur
chased! the well-known Factory of Virion '& TrcsBler.at
the lower end of town. Wharo thoy will keep a large
assortment of the best
Viz.: Lumber, Shinnies, Lath, Boors, Sash, Minds,
Window and Door rrau-.es and every tiling found in a
sg All at bed-rock prices.
WewiU buy Ash, Poplar, Cottonwood and Walnut
Lumber. 50,0011 f .ut of eiich kind of Lumbermen in
exchange for work.
Also 50 cords of Good rtluck Ash Shingle Bolts 8 ft.
2 in. long at per con).
HiRhest market price paid for all kinds of lumber.
Call and see us at the old stmid of Ulrich k Trraslcr,
where you will always nnd Fred and Dave ready to ac
NAPOLEON PLANING MILLS.
MAKE MONEY & SAVE HI
buying a Lot in L. li. RANDALL S
ditiontothe Town of Napoleon.
These Lots are beautifully situated, being
eonrenrent to Schools aid the Busines part o
illbemadeto those imrchftsins for the nur-
or renus, trices. &e. .enquired
L. G. lUNDALI,
GEOItGE Ac JOES
The Domestic is an exceeduudy simple Morhine.in ali
its psrrts aud processes, aud it is easily understood, :
familiarity with its construction is quickly acquired
and it needs but little practic or skill in the operator.
Tho superior advantages of the Domestic are -mainly
light-running, quietness, no cures or fear, wheels ar
mainly perfect, donble thread lock stitch,'- durability,
simplicity of construction and.harducss of wearinif
parts. Self threading' shuttle, Belf setting needle,
loose pulley for winding bobbins, automatic take, up,
automatic tensions sewing from the finest to) the
corscst thread without change of tensions ; vibratinu;
motion ot presBerfoot, under braiding attachmeut not
used by any other Slachine in the world, in fact the
advantages of the Domestic arc so numerous that no
person can afl'ord to purchase a sewing machine iwith
otit first giving the Domestic a trial.
ROHRS & VOCK.E-
Napoleon, Ov AprI129, 1880.
When you will find Splendid Stock of
Gold & Silver Watches,
Gold, Silver and
. Steel Spectacles,
Bracelets and Necklaces,
' All Late Styles. Also, the beet assortment of
In the market. Sheet Music ordered on short
He is sole -A-g't for the
Hockford Watch. ;
All Goods will be sold at lowest rati
Store on Perry Street, betwe
Canal and River Bridges .