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FRIDAY, . ..... Dec. 23, 1S70.
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Kkpbesintattvk Mcnqkm intro
duced a pair of resolutions into the
House, a day or two since, rather
funny in their character, but mak
ing a good point against the San
Domingo "job." He opposes Mr.
Grant's speculation in real estato
and corner lots on orthodox anti
el a very grounds, as- witness the fol
"Whxrias, The people of tLo U
nited States by the adoption -ofc the
13th Amendment to the Constitu
tion thereof, limited slavery or in
voluntary servitude to punishment
for crimes, and thereby stamped
with the seal of their condemnation
all commerce in human beings ;
therefore, be it
Resolved, That it is as much a
rainet the spirit of the Constitution
of the United States to purchase a
population in the bulk as to buy an
individual, and that all attempts to
purchase the island of San Domin
go or island ci Cnba are conaemn
ed in advance by the Constitution
and spirit of our Republican insti
tutions, and would wound the self,
respect of every citizen of either is
land proposed to bo purchased.
Sua 2. And bo it further Reso!-
Ved, That any officer of the Govern
ment of the United States, who en
gages in any scheme to purchase
human beings, directly or indirect
ly, whether by railing it a purchase
of territory or by any other name,
does it in violation of the laws of
the nation, and of the Constitution,
as well as the oath he takes to sup
port that instrument ; and that, in
eo far as the island of San Domin
go is concerned, it is a greater out
rage for our government to pur
chase a- whole lot of negroes, or
others, than to purchase one indi
vidual." Agassiz says it is tolerably well
ascertained that in the last 200,000
or 300,000 years a strip of the coast
varying trom five to ten or twelve
miles in width has been worn away
from Cape Hattera to the British
Provinces. If this process is to go
on for the next 200,000 or 300,000
years, the sitaation will become un
pleasant for those who live five or
ten miles from the prooent coast
A ftjitsy thing happened at a
Presbyterian church the other day.
The new steam heating apparatus
was in use for the first time ; and,
after service, one lad, meeting an
lder in the aisle, said : "That boi
lor ain't under our seat, is it ?"
No," was tho reply ; "it is under
the pulpit platform." ; ' Well, if it
blows up, we'll have a. giol man to
14 o ahead of us," was the reply.
Two years have now passod away
since the death of the Hon. Thad.
Stevens, and yet his executors have
not filed the inventory of his estate.
The City Council of Lancaster have
now taken the matter up and pro
pose to know why this business has
rot been attended to, and where
fore the State has not received its
collateral inheritance tax on the es
tate of the late Congressman. Pub
lic rumor in Lancaster places the
value of the estate at (200,000, and
us under certain contingencies the
whole amount is to go to build a
grand negro college, or institute, or
almshouse for the benefit of Mr.
S.even' African fellowtitizens in
Lancaster, the same are anxious to
frnow how their funds have been in
vested, and, in a general way, what
has ben done about it anyhow.
Of the executors of the estato, one
is Mr. Sevens' successor in office,
and the other two are ex-ilcmbers
of Congress. .
NEW EXPERIMENTS ON ALCOHOL.
By Dr. F. R. Lees, of England.
Two years ago, Mr. Simons' re
port to the Privy Council, embodied
the experiments of Dr. Thudichum,
which, he alleged, went in the di
rection of proving that some alcohol
was consumed in tho body, but
naively confessing, "whether bene
ficially or otherwise, must remain
for future research to determine."
Experimented have not yet discov
ered the supposed derivations of al
cohol, but they have dona some
thing to settle tho question of bane
or benefit. The two sets of recent
experiments of primett importance
mny be summoned : -
First Those of Prof. C. Bmz, of
the University of Bonn, to ascer
tain the effect of al cohol on the tern
verature of tho blood, and its influ
ence on the circulation. Forty
nine experiments- were made on
men and does with a uniform re
sult. In no instance was the temp
erature raised, but in every instance
In experiments on man, "half a
class of bock, or a small glass of
cognac, caused a fall from 03 to
( R ic a vorv short time." In the
case of a dog made "lively" with
drink, and ''having a very strong
odor of alcohol," from half past
twelve to five o'clock the pulse rose
from 108 to 118, and then declined
to 113, while the temperature sank
from 375 to 358. iTof. tsinz con
eludes that, in all cases, "brandy
cools down the temperature of the
body." He reproduces tho remark
of Liebcrmeister that "increase in
the frequency " of the respiratory
movements, whether accompanied
by normal or by increased depth.,
exerts no remarkable influence on
temperature." This, as I bave
long ago shown, because the blood
can only absorb a fixed quantity of
oxygen. .Frolcssor Bin candidly
admits that he "started with the
conviction that the stimulatory in;
flnence ot alcohol was as indubita
ble on the vital properties of the
juices as on the nervous system,
but the results of our experiments
were not in accordance with this
view." Ho demonstrates the folly
of giving alcohol in inflammatory
conditions, by reminding us that
"pus probably originates :n the ras
sage of the moderately enlarged
white cells through the relaxed
walls of the dilated blood vessel,
wffich condition of non-tonicity is
favored by the use of stro
drink. "Alcohol induces dilation
of tho capillaries of various regions
of the body, but especially those of
the head. Hence, its fixed .ten
dency to promote apoplexv, and
sun stroke diseases unknown to
water drinking nations. "
Second. We have the careful ex
penments of Prof. Parkes, M. I)., of
the Army Aleuical CoIIoge, (Bng
land), and Count Cyprian Wollo
wiex, assistant surgeon on the army
medical staff, on the general effects
of alcohol on the human body.
The reports of these experiments
have just bocn published in the pro
ceedings of the Royal Society. The
subject ot the trial was a finely
formed, healthy soldier, aged 28
years, whoso solid diet for twenty-
six days remained the same, and
who drank only water for the first
six days. Up to the twelfth day in
elusive, he took diluted rectified
spirits. On the first day, 1 oz , on
the second day, 2 oz ; on the third
day, 4 oz ; on the fifth and sixth
davfl, 8 oz.
F.tr another six days he resumed
the normal beverage of water only ;
then for three days took half a bot
tle of fine brandy (52 parts per 100
being water; equal to o oz. alcohol.
lie finished the experiments by re
turning to water, pure and sim
The facts admitted to bo estab
Iished by the experiments on this
man aro as follows :
1. That a little alcohol did not
promote primary digestion, while
four ounces per day lessens appetite
considerably, and the larger quant
ities entirety destroyed it.
2. "Alcohol neither saved the
tissues nor exbaneted ; them a
fact that gives the coup to a foolish
theory once very prevalent, and is
in apparent conflict with -the expe
riments of Dr. King Chambers, of
which some" an ti-temperance writ
ers have striven to mako some
thing. 3. lhat alcohol was not necess
ary to enable this healtby man to
perform regularly every vital func
tion. 4. That even one ounce ot alco
hol spread over the twenty-four
hours produced a decided etfect on
bis heart, not necessary to health, a
continuance of which would per
haps have ultimately led to distur
bances of the circulation and to de
generation of tissues. It was not
found in this case that the alcohol
cooled the blood or warmed it.
5. That excess for this man
would be anything beyond two oz.
a day, while moderation would be
something under. On this conclu
sion, we observe that a fourth part
of this supposed neutral quality
might be getisibly injurious to a
or moro susceptible per
6. That after the first reaction
from the use cf alcohol bad ceased,
"the heait showed unusual feebleness,
proving "that some disease of the
heart cr vessels would eventually
foilowthe over action produced by
large doses of alcohol." (Here let
it be noted, however, that the very
smallest dose given produced a cor
responding abnormal action ) The
truth of the ' waste of mechanical
and vital power is well put in the
last of the conclusions.
7. That during tho period this
soldier was taking the more moder
ate doses of alcohol the heart did an
excess of daily work . equal to lift
ing fifteen tons one foot : and when
taking eight ounces a day, tbe ex
cess of heart work was equal to lift
ing twenty-foar toes. As the whole
heart work in health is equal to lzz
foot tons, it is now clear that to
compel the heart to do from a sev
enth to a fifth of extra work is to
subject the constitution to a terrific
drain, and to rob the voluntary
powers of man of so much available
energy for the ends of personal, ma
terial, and national progress, since
the force which is used for expell
ing a foreign substance is necessar
ily lost for the - higher and truer
ends of work and thought.
This national loss of rower is,
perhaps, the greatest of all the evils
associated with the use ot alcoholic
drinks, since it is not only, on the
whole, a certain loss ofonoiaurtb
oi the voluntary talents entrusted
by Providence to our use, but it is
the disturbance and perversion of
much of the remaining power.
The moral of tbe experiments is
thus staled by the experiments
"la spite of our previous exper
ience in the nso of alcohol and
brandy, we were hardly prepared
for the case with which appetite
maybe destroyed, tho heart unduly
excited, and tho capillary circula
tion improperly increased.- Con
sidering its daily and almost uni
versal nee, there is no agent which
seems to us to require moro caution
and more skill to obtain the good,
and to avoid the evil, which its use
But these series of experiments
go to confirm tno conclusions stated
bv Dr. Richardson, in his fourth
report on methyls to the Critish
Scientific Association, viz: that, "al
coholic bodies are depressants ; and
although at first, by calling injur
iously into play the natural force,
they seem to excite, and are there
for called stimulants, they them
selves supply no force at any time,
bat take up force, by which means
they lead to exhaustion and paral
ysis of power."
For the Conservative.
Raise good Sheep—Eat Mutton.
3lr. Editor: Please give your
readers the following, a communi
cation in the Zanesvilie Times.
am glad to learn that our farmers
are giving this subject some atten
tion, and hope, ere long, to seo
flocks of good-sixcd sbocp on our
farms, so that we can have plenty
of delicicus mutton. J. A. A.
"Good sheep, well fattened ami
neatly butchered, is the most whole
some, nutritious, and cheapest of
meats. It grows quickly and eosts
little to produce it, compared with
beet and pork. Every fanner Bh'ld
have a few long-wcoV d Cotswold
sheep, at least Leicester or Cots
wold. I prefer the former for the
reason that they mature younger,
make larger and fatter Iambs and
yearlings. They are little trouble
and will keep fat on the leavings oi
cattle. They often breed lambs
which will sell to the butchers for
from $3 to f 10 by the 1st of August
Their fleece averager from seven to
ten pounds, with from sixteen to
twenty-five per cent, shrinkage on
ly. Their wool is now and will be
in the future, worth thirty per
cent, more than Merino, which
shrinks forty-five or sixty per cent,
according to the family and treat
ment ot the Ooclr. - Ltong wool
makes strong and excellent stock
ing yarn, the best of blanket, tho'gh
it is mostly used to mako the brill
iant, light and lustrious Orloan
goods for the apparel of our pretty
women. Two such sheep will yield
as much profit as a good cow, and
seven of them can be kept as cheap
as a cow in milk. Their lambs and
mutton would keep a farmer sup
plied with the best of fresh meat as
often as necessary, tho year ronnd,
and would make an agreeable epi
sode with the eternal round of alt
junk, and would be far mom health
ful. Those who eat chiefly of salt
meats, show it in their complexion,
their skin being less fair and smooth.
Pork at best, eaten constantly pro
duces irritation and eruptions of
the skin. We now have plenty of
sheep in the country, such as they
are, and now let us do that which
is for the best, cross and breed
them up to a standard which will
make them valuable for both wool
and mutton, which can be done
with little expense. Let all mnna-
tacturers, mechanics, and all men
who are interested in having good
meat and the board operations
cheap and wholesome, see to it that
mutton raising and wool growing
are properly encouraged as i mat
ter of health and economy. Meat
is a great item in tho expense of
board operations, dc. It wo grow
our own wool as we should do, why
should we cot, at the same lime ai d
on the same sheep, grow our mut
ton. Farmers and breeders think
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ami picture of India Ink Work. - Rooms
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Uastit Daslixgtov, Captain,
Will make regular weekly trips be
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follows: .Leaves Zanesvilie at 8 o clock.
on Tuesday mornings; and, returning,
leaves Pittsburg on Saturday evenings,
at 6 o'clock.
August 19th, 1870 3m.
That JOH RYAN is the BEST
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He has constantly on hand a rood assort-
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kept, is, 1870-iy.
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0T Ho has on hand constantly a large and
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ZanesTiUe, Oct. 15, 1869.
John Gardner, Plaintiff,
") Before John
) P., of Homer
Jonathan Palmer, Deft
township, Morgan county,
29th dav of October. A. D..
Ohio. On tho
1870, said Jos-
ties iaraed an Order of Attachment in the
above action for $4A.5S and probable cost
of S50.OO. which case is let for trial on the
7th day of January, A. D.,187l, at four o'
clock, P. M., of said day.
By A. Dills, his Att'y.
December th, 1879-lw.
t-t rn a.
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h. m. cocnsuir. . a. bosmax.
i. r. iokvaxstixs.
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Given to the
In this locality for the sale of Uo
Celebrated " ' ;'
O H AMP I ON
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Mower & Reaper,
Mower & Reaper,
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sad odd pieces of all tho varieties of Cok
Stove in tho country all kind of Thresh
ing Machine Castings ; also Salt Kettle,
and Bait Flanges, Sngar Kettle, Pots, Grid
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ents of Plow Points, Machine Cactrns for
8teamboata, Saw Mill. Salt Work, Mow
ers and Reaper ; alio Cast Iron Chimney
Top, window tap, cellar window crat
ing, and also Cast Iron Legs for School
house Desks and Beats. ...
Hare constantly on hand, manufactured
their order, all manner of Tin-ware, Stov .
Manufacturer of Water Twee re, Mandrill
Swedgea, Ac, for Blacksmiths. .
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VT have now in stock the tartest and
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Coaneliville, and are determined to sell the
sameatanch low fienreeas that it will bean
inducement for everybody to parehaaatneir
sopplies from ns. Our stock i especially
attractive this season, comprising all kind
ot raperror .Dwellings, rublie Usui, vn ar
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greatest variety of pattern, and of soch de
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In greater variety and larger stook than
heretofore elegant patterns, choice Good,
and fair price. Our Cloth Sbxdis are very
handsome, in Green, Buff, Pearl, Brown and
other desirable colors, and elegantly figur
ed. We have a splendid article of Oil
cloth. Green and Jf Amtricanmnd Eni-
litA Mollandi, and a larger stock of Windtm
rapcr, plain and figured, tnan ever oeiora.
Also, WISDOW FIXTURES
Of the most improved kind, and so limp! in
construction and working, that everybody
that have used them will have no ether.
Our Block of
Transom Paper. Me.,
is complete, and wa invito everybody want
ing Goods in our line to give ns a call, as we
are confident of pleasing them in Goods and
prices. ADA1B BROS.
John Shaner, Plaintiff, 1 Before John
vs. VR. Tibbe. J.
IfordicaL. Andrews, Deft. J P., of Homer
townsnip, Morgan county, Ohio. Oa the
31st day of October. A. D., 1S?. aaid Justice
issued an Order of Attachment in the above
action for $1.0S ana probable cost of
125.(0, which ease is set for trial en tbe 7th
day of January, A. D., 1871, at 3 o'clock,
P. M-, of aaid day.
JOtf X SHA5TB, riaintiff.
By A. Dills, his Att"y,
December 9th, 1879 JW.
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ERUPTI0HS OF THE SKIN, Va
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immmimI of Kmkl K street. The Hnoca, nerb,
Md IWiu from whick there Kstracts are made, sr.
ruilfim rniw umm..,. . . .. ... "
MtrwiMi from llirm by a wrienlille ehenilt. Tha
street are then awnmrnen 10 mi, vomxiry vm n nrwi
nomrlr Swlliemaiinractimiof IImw. Billet. Ther.
peumttna- Um Billen. fee w. It in (lie only Biners lha
ci h n4 w om lun alconvrfic aUaaaiuita are
HooHand's German Tonic
a enmNrmtlon of aTi the InffrSillents of the Bllre.
with roe .Svua Vn Hm. Ornnrn, etc. It le errd
lor Ilia nun. iti-ea". th. Bitter, in cane wbere
Mm. pore -rfiulle MinmlrM i. renaired. Yoa will
rear I. mi ml taut then, irmwlies are eniirely rliffer
nt rrom any nitaw 4leTtirarl tnr the enr. of the die-
eaea naroMt, then baiiic acienllflc preparatiopa ot
oedieat itret. while the sr. mere decrw
UmMirrmilnaimMfnrm. Tha TONIC VaO-rtd-iiy
nn. ttt tha morl pleaMuii ann a,imi" titom
Mr-rod to th. pehtte. Its laaie Is eiqmwir. It is a
i . .kiwi,. Ilkvinw. exbilersliee.
SBdmedlcinai ,aaJII:e kare caood It to be known a
tbe freawal of s!l tonic. . '
Tn III IiITY.
Tnareie ih awrllrfw rwnel tn nondawTa Oenwse
BIIN-raor T.-nic In caaeaof rwbilily. Thay lmMrt
Mm ami Throe to the whole nyirtein. arrrnjrriml tb.
- ' I. . J .)ila FhA
HIM lln. i . m .".w, . ...... . -
liiianife to dlwt It. p'arift the hiooU, give a sood.
rmmt. hraH av emwpt-vl"". ernrllrste rhe veTlow Her.
tfa llw rya. imn "
diaiirelh" ixlicnt from hurt-hpelhed. emaciaiad,
an t r.ow ma' a. to a mil-herd. rwt. ana
Vtik aad Csiieat. ChUiIrea trs ICais Sins,
. fey udrg ths Bitters jt Pali.
mil ausma aat ) t
Ttost JIloo 1 is rltMaer
errr known, and win eare ill dlnsns resoM ji frooj
bed baxid. Keep roar bit rxl pare ; keep ysa liver la
order: keep yonrd'iifestlTeorKaus In a aoend. healthy
coodiiion. by tha na. ( tbe e remedies, and n. dia
eare will erer aaaail you. Tka beat man in the eoan
try reeommaiid (beta. If jaars ot honest rpnlatlaaj
go for ..juiiof jruu asnat try there preps rstinna.
TJk tbe JbUowlag was never betbre osTsred la heheU
ef any aMdlctnal praparatloa :
. 'HON'. CEOUC3E W. TVOOD'WATID,.
Chief Jaatlc. of the Supreme Coart of PennajlTaala,
Fwiunai nrrt, March tS, tW.
T And RnnRanrTs lonsu Bitten" i a ipxid Umie,
arafiil ia dieearer of the digfcaiive orjrsna. and of great
beneSt In carer if dehiliir and want of scnous actioit
'a the antra. Veers traly.
GRO. W, WOODWARI. m
" ITOXJAMKJJ TnoMrsoN;f
. J art lea of the Supreme Court of Penney Irani.
PmT.iDi.rm. April SS, IMS.
f ronaMwr " Tfnnrland'r (ierman BHlera" a ralnahle
ararficia.Ni eaiea ' artack, ot Indiireriioa or Irj
uaosia. I rau cert Iff this (rom aiy aiuerience of lu
loan, with respect, .AXJtt TUGXPSOS. I
11021. GEORGE BHAESWOOD
Jnatlce of the Snpresse Coort of Penjujlranla.
PwnaijnjTna, June 1. 18SS. "
T bsTwmrl Vyerperienco that -Hoodands Gar
man Bitters" hi a very (rood tonic, relieving dyrpeptle
mamm ""?-E0RGK gHwooD. a
" HON. "VTOL T. ROGERS, ?
Mayor of Ike dty of Bnffalo. H. T.
Ma vow's Omen, Birrv,u, Jrme JS, 1 W9.
Thavenrrd "Honnana"sfienriaaBi tiers aadTonle""
(amy tkinily durinx the past yanr. and esq raeoer
mrod them as sn excellent tonic, imparting tone and
vieor to the ryetem. Tkelraseiaa been pmdnrtire
of BOCkkdiy beaeActal eSccta. . Wat. T. ltOGSRS.
HON. JAMES 3L TVOOD,
... m illn TTunH .n ifa
1 take Llia. 1' ' " i lw Lm - . w
Crsrmaa Tooic lo any one who may be afflicted with
ryeea. Taerl the Drrpepsl eo badly ft was tra
Dossible ta keep any loud oa my stomach, and I bs
Two bottle of Toule effected a lrfect c""-,-
n . . dumaJim am ennnfarnslterl.
iionnaoa a xmutm --------- -----
The swesine have the slpiarnre of C. FI . JaeaaoM
on Um rront of the eoteid. wrapper ef each i bottle,
and the name of the article btowa la each bottle. AH
aro conn terrcit.
nice ef e Blttera, $ 1 .4H er .Ue
Or, at kair d.aen for $5.e.
Frlee f the Toale, . 1.58 rr eottle
Or, ss atair eloaem for 7.
Thm Tnaie U pt .. Ut Q-rt KmtOn.
Recollect that R la Dr. Hon Hand's Gerrnaa
Oee that are n oniTereally nsea airo
saeaded ; and do not allow the droggtrts to Induce yoej
to tare enyt!iHf. elr. that be may say Is Jnat as good.
hVmak? a tanrr profit oa fL These reme.
die will he rent by express to any locality npoa ap
ulicatio. to Ira
AT THE GER31AK JIEDICINE STORE,
.T..3f ABCJt BTKKETfThUadtlphim.
CHIAS. M. EVANS. - Proprietor;
(Formerly C. M. JACKSOS A Co.)
' Theae rmedle are Ihr sale by !ms)rtta. Slot sbsee
erx. w-d H eriicine lalerr rrrrywhara.
rw-b, not Sweet to examine wU th Sit . T"
war la nrrtatr lo era the eruaiue.