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KATES OF AffHRTISIRCh
THE mill INTEUJG?NC?R.
One SqoiriaH-Jf inch epaco.
Oo? tlM.:.73 I Onemonth $0 00
'MuMMi... ?... I * Threemonth*... hoc
one weak !m I Oneytar moo
NptfCjft) KotJres 35 per cent additional.
Ailrertticnicnti to occupy fixed placet tt per
IxTcal^No11cri 16 cent* per llne-fcif n# toco;
notice ft/ff (x Interna for Im (Aon oki dollar.
All Admtfiementa except lor established
rHiKiorra huaict, mnit bo pdd for tt Uvuce.
All Wl!? doc ch the flrnt appcar?neo of the
edTMllneoent, ^
lilllflwltli regular advertlicre rendered qnarte?
y.
iearly idrertUera will be confined to tbelr
inanimate buslnow, and all advertieeuMiU not
connected with 1t wll?bo ebarped for at oar regular
ratefl.
Arrival! and Departures of Mailt.
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UNENDING.
There la #u end to kluca and sighs,
There In an cud to laughter and tears;
An end to fair things that delight oar eyes,
An ?'ud to pleauant ncunda that charm oar
eari;
Au rod to enmity'* foul libeling.
And to the grsciona pralio of tender friends;
There la an end to a*l but one sweet thing?
To love thero la no end.
That warrior carved an empire with his sword;
The empire now la bat like him?a name;
That statesman spoke, and by a burning word
Kindled a nation's heart into a flame;
Now naught islelt but ashen, and we bring
Oar homage to now men, io tlnm we bend;
There ifl an end to all but one sweet thine?
I To love there ta no end.
All bu.iuly fades away, or else, alas!
Men'a eyes grow dim. and they no beauty see;
The glorious ahowa of Nature pasa and paw, tu.
Quietly tbey come, aa quickly do they flee:
Aud bo who heart the roice of welcome
Uoarsthe next slow, Bad larewoll of his friuud;
There la an end to all but one sweet thing?
To love there If no end.
Aud for outaelros-our father, where la hey
Gone, and a memory alone remalnr;
There Is no refuge on a mother's knee
1'or ua brown, old, and lad with cares and
pttna;
Brotherless. elsterlefls. our way we wend
To Death a dark houso, Irom which we sbtll
not rove;
And so we ccaae; yet ono thing hath to tad?
To lovu there Is no em!
DARWINISM.
for,the Intelligencer.
ll is tho purposo of tho writer o! litis,
in a lew brief piipera, ttt suitable intervals,
to consider the subject which appears at
the head of this article. It will be bis
eudcavor to avoid unfairness and tediousnesa.
The prominence which tho subject
baa assumed iu the discussions ol the day,
and the important consequences connected
with it, are his incentive to Ibis presentation
of it.
WHAT IS DARWINISM 1
Many ol tho ideas which aro current in
regard to it aro exceedingly crude and
vague. Aud this again has affected the
reception with which it meets nt the
bauds ui' dilleront persons. Some have
hastily embraced it, who, il they had fully
comprehended its ualure would al
least have hesitated before tbey subscribed
themselves amongst its adhereuls.
To some it has been a sort of btle noir,
concerning which lltey have been disposed
to manifest a ioolish alarm. If
they only understood what it is they
would not be afraid to march np to it aud
! boldly examine it. Many an object seen
In the darkness of a fog or of the approaching
night has been taken tor u terrible
monster. When confronted it may be
nothing very formidable.
avujuu viumsai.
Darwinism la a form ol what iu modern
scientltlc add theological parlance la called
tvolutiQuism. The following quolallon
trom a living author probably would be
accepted by Ibo parties ranged on either
side ol these questlqps, as substantially a
correct statement of the doctrine in its j
widestI'otm: "Tlioddctrine of Evolution
-known also as the Law Scheme, and the
Development Hypothesis, in its ripest
torm, is that all things wo perceive, including
what are called spiritual phenomena,
have come Itom the simplest beginnings,
solely by means ol Buch forces
and laws as belong lo matter, buppose
all matter expanded into one great cloud
ol atoms. Then these atoms, by virtue of
properties inherent in lltemwlm, would, in
course of time,come together into worlds,
into astronomic systems, into the vegetable
and animal kingdoms, and even into
that great spiritual realm which ia the
chief wonder and glory of Nature."
Tho above is a statement of the doctrine
of evolutionism In general. But as
applied to the different Isolds it has taken
Uireo principal lorms. The general
theory M a stem which separates into
these aa its branohes. The first is the
AVrtiJar Hflolhuit. It deals with the
mftWlnt* nf wnrlrio Afwiwffnar tr? ! ?!?*?
Ironditfon ol the universe at the moat
remote time in the past to which science
c&u penetrate was thai of matter in a highly
attenuated and widely diffused state.
It is often spoken of a* star-dust or firemlst.
This matter had in it all tho forces
and properties which now belong to it,
and, under their operation elono and in
accordance with them, the sun and
moon and stars wcro evolved, and
took their places in (be order of
the heavens. The sejond lorrn of
evolutionism it Sponiaiuoue Generation.
It deals with the origin tit llle. According
to it, llto, instead of being something
which is Introduced ab alra even at its
tint appearance in the world, is the result
ol the peculiar arrangement ol the atoms
ol water. Huxley, lor example, teaches
that "the matter of lite is composed of
ordinary matter, differing Irom it only in
the mumer.ia which its atoms are aggregated.
The third lorm which evolutionism
assumes is Darmniim, as it is
properly called, or the traiumutaUon of
ycut. It deals with plants and animals.
It undertakes to show that all plants and
animals, Including man, came, by the operation
alone ot oertain natural laws,
from ono or a lew species, which were introduce
by creation, or by spontaneous
generation into the world at? period ?o
remote that we cannot with any distincthob
ho back to it.j
For the Kks ol clearness it has asemed
proper thnsto Mate the general doctrine
ol evolutionism and the branches Into
which it divides. Still It ii not true that
became a man accepts one of its forms be
most alto recctve the other. In fact inch
Isnottfeeoise. For instance Dsrwin diflers
with Huxley aa to the origin of life.
Darwin believes that the Almighty
breathed life in the beginning in bis supposed
progenitor or progenitors ol the
whole animal and Testable kingdoms.
Bat Huxley traces life to the forces which
ho supposes to belong eiMntially to the
original particles of matter.
TDK NAHK Or DABWIIUSU.
The writer Intends in wj)at he may present
in these articles, to confine himself to
Darwinism proper. It is populate known
by this name because oT the prominence
of Professor Charlca Darwin of England
in connection with it. He first expounded
his theory In an essay published In 1859
on the "Origin of species by Means of Natural
Selection." nis work was soon
translated Into all the leading European
languages. It made a profound popular
ltnpresaiqn, and has been sold by thousands
ol copies. In It ho confined the application
of his theory to animals and
plants, and passed by man. About two
and a half years ago, however, ho published
another work called ."The Descent
of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex,"
in which he in the most unequivocal manner
applies his doctrine to the human ,
race, la the same line are his "Animals
and Plants under Domestication," and i
"The Expression of the Emotions in Man |
and Animals." While the prominence of |
Darwin In connection with tUs tbeory ,
has been such that it is called after him, (
he is not alone in its adoption. The num- j
bcr ol persons who can fairly claim h j
place in the ranks of scientific men and i
who have received it is much .smaller ,
both in Europe and America than many ,
of the lees learned would suppose. Still
there are enough of them to command <
serious attention. A. K. Wallace prdponnded
the hypothesis about the same
time with Darwin, and stillisanadvocatsi
ol It though with some limitations. Herbert
Spenct'r In hia "Principles of Biology"
eargerly endorse* it and uses It for
the purposes of his system ot philosophy.
Others whose names are lesa familiar to
th? general public could alio be mentioned
a3 its adherents.
the two great u? of darwinism.
Tho general hypothesis ol Darwinism
la that all plants and animals, including
man, came from one or a few species by
tho operation of certain natural laws. Of
these laws, it is held that there are two.
The first Is called Natural Selection Tho
word Kchction Id this phase is calculated
to convey to the mind of the uninitiated
the idea that the plant or animal concerned
exercises some choice In the matter.
But the word natural is used to qualify
it, for the purpose ot guarding against
such a construction. The whole phase
indicates a process from, which everything
amounting to an intelligent choice
of the end attained is excluded. This law
may bo better understood by its other
name of the Survival of the Filtat When
plants and animals greatly multiply, as
they ever tend to do, there is a struggle
lor existence. In that struggle the strongest,
that Is those which are best adapted
to the circumstances, survive and the
weaker perish. And aa a consequence
those species which are the strongest are
perpetuated, and the peculiarities in
which their strength lies are developed
until they become new species. By this
process of a few primordial germs the
plants and animals of our era ot the world
have been in the Ispse of ages produced.
The other of the laws is oalled Sexual
Selection. It is supposed to come into exercise
along with natural selection in the
origin of animals and of man." 80 prominent
is it held to bo in this sphere that
tha ..-I 41 r
tuu vvuoiuciaviuu Ul ll MUUUpiCB lUtCC* '
fourths of the work of Darwin on the J
"Descent ol Man." It is there treated as "
a corner stone with which the whole edi- J
fice stands or falls. To it we as men are t!
supposed to owe our power of song and 8
our hairlessneaa ot body and much that
distinguishes us from the beasts. To it
also he attributes the rise and conserve- lion
of the various races of the human t
species.
Under.the head ol sexual selection, Dar- r
win includes two distinct processes. One1
ol these applies to the male, and the e
other to the female. The mate, who is j
endowed with superior strength and activity,
drives away rivals and thereby *
succeeds in perpetuating and still further 1
developing tho peculiarities by which he ii
is distinguished. This, however, is sub- c
stattially the same thing in its operation t
as natural selection and may be so treat- ,
ed in the discussion. The process as to j
the female is a practical preference for u
certain males on account of some such ,
quality as beauty of form, or color, or a
odor, or voice. In mating she chooses c
them because ol these things, and thereby a
perpetuates and still further develnpis ,
them, until as a result new species arise (
TUB OIliaiN OP MAN. t
By the operation ol these principles all J
plants and animals are supposed to have '
been derived from ono or more primor- 1
dial germs. Any complete discussion ol
Darwinism therefore must range over the r
whole field of organic existences. But
by the application of the hypothesis to I
man the subject is brought directly home :
to ourselves as a raco. The following ia 8
the conclusion to which Darwin comes. 1
It is stated in his own language: "We
thus learu that man is descended from a ,
hairy quadruped, furnished with a tail,
and pointed cars, probably arboreal in its
habits, and an inhabitant of the Old :
World. This creature, if its whole struc- 8
turo bad been examined by a naturalist, ?
would have been classed among the quod- "
rumana, a* surely as would the common ;
and still more ancient marsulllal anima',
and this through a long line of diversified ,
lorms, either from some reptile-like or *
some amphibian-like creature, and this
again Irom some fish-like animal Id the 8
dim obscurity or the past we can see that .
tho early progenitor ol all the vertebrata j
must have been an aquatic animal provld- '
ed with branchia, with the twoiexeannit- S
cd in tho same individual, and with the J
mostilmportantjorgansof the body (such t
as the brain and heart) imperfectly devel- ,
oped. This animal seems to have been J
more like the larvae of our existing ma- :
fine ascidtana than any other known
form. By the same general process our
Si12?.lual P?wera fid general moral ,
disposition have been undeveloped aocording
to this theory.
,THK QUESTION AT ISSUE. ?
Soch ist fair statement of Darwinism J
and its fundamental principles. In de- S
elding for or against its truth, the query I
Is not whether any tuch principles at nat- J
ural selection and sexual selection obtain o
in nature. This is not denied by any
competent ludge. One great service of !
Darwinism is that it bat so distinctly ?
hrnntrht Ant thn ftrti w tV tkJ. "
principles. Bat the question U whether c
tho origin of species is to bo traced to the ,
operation of these laws; and especially {
whether by their operation nan has teen ;
developed more nearly frbra an ape and
more remotely from tho lowest terms ol
animal existence? Are we In body, mind,
and soul the Qflipring of the beasts, from
whom We are still sot separated by any
essential difference of nature? Tho response
of the writer will be an unequivocal
negative. t Homo.
Tub auditor ot Guernsey County
Ohio, assessed the surplus funds ot the
National Banks ot that county for taxation.
The banks reluse to pay taxes
upon suck assessment, and bavo obtained
an Injunction restraining such collection.
The final decision ol this matter Will be
looked for with interest. ?; w- ,
THE OVRRBNOY QvdtliON.
The Conteat betwaen Reiamptlonllli
and Inflationists.
Bporlal to the N. V. Tribune.
WunntoroN, February 3.
Tho frlonda of tlie antagonistic meaaurea
looking to.Inflation and rcaumptioi
have been making a careful canvaia ol
the Senate within the past Tew days, wllli
b view to ascertaining what the vote will
probably be when It ia reached. The rcault
haa been that both aides have been
aatonlslicd to find how equally tho Senate
ia divided on this queation. The Inflationists,
who will make the vote on the
amendment proposed by Mr. Ferry', ol
Michigan, a teat, claim that, they have a
majority of four, should tho Senate he
full when the vote is taken; but in order
to obtain this majority theyliave to count
several Senatora in the afilrmativc who do
not like the Indefinite form of Mr. Ferry's
amendment, and would prefer to have
it atate explicitly the amouut of additional
currency It is proposed to issue, and
whether it shall be pdt .oot by the National
banks or by the Government; -Par
instance, several Western Senators believe
that moro paper money iacooded, but are
hardly ready to commit themselves to au
IndcQnito scheme of Inflation. If tho resolution
limited the amount of new currency
to fifty or seventy-five, millions,
Ihey would vote for It without healtatlon,
but they desire that the resolution shall
Iv OAtTM limit Unvnral nlhor Unnotnro
?UVUW HWlVl VU I VI Ht UHiVi UUIMkUiB|
lUo from tho West, aram favor 41 the laiuo
of more money, bat they desire to see
t put out.lo tbo shape ot National bank
jills, which they hope will gradually diBilacothe
greenbacks altogether. Others
itlll, wish to sec the incrcaao In the shape
jl Treasury Lotes.
The Hesumptioaists are equally san[ulne
nol onta.,cl defeating Mr. SVty'l
intendment, but alio of passing a rcsoltr,lon
looking to a speedy return to specie
payments. This party in tho Senate is
lot, however, any more united as to the
aethodtbat should be adopted than the
>ther. Home willfavor Mr. Bayard'tsut)
itltute, which, however, is not likely to
?as, and it is difficult to predict npon
vhich form of the resolution tho AntiInflationists
will unite their strength.
Senators all agree that no prediction as
e what disposition the Senate will make
if this question would now be safe, even
f the character of each, Senator's vote
vas known, because it rarely happens
hat a full vote is cast in the Senate on
iny question, and the division on this is
o -cloee that a few absentees might
ihango the result Well-informed look!rs-on
from the outside believe that neiher
a measure looking to resumption nor
me of inflation will be passed, but think
hat after both havo been defeated some
neasure like that proposed in the House
o legalize the Issue ot the $44,000,000 of
canceled greenbacks that Secretary Richirdson
is so rapidly disposing of will be
igrecd to by a small majority, not er:eeding
si* or seven In a full Senate,
done of the introconvertibillty bond
chemes have 'any chance of passing the
Senate.
The Hon, Amasa Walker made an incresting
argriment before the Banking
nd Currency Committee to-day, to show
hoevilsofan irredeemable and depreiated
paper currency. He presented
ome interesting statistics ot the prices of
he leading articles of Western produce
iow and before the war, to support his
osition that tho Western farmers are the
hiel sufferers from our vicious cuncncy
ystem. They get lower prices for everyhing
they have to sell, according to these
tatiatics, than they did in 1800, while by
eason of the depreciated currency they
re oDiigec to pay very much timber
irices for all the articles which they buy.
nstead of theircondifion being improved
iy inflation, Mr. Walker said it would bo
aade worse, the only remedy lor their
roubles being, In his opinion, a return to
peeie payments.
BtSHAncX AUDTUE HEUUKW SAIIBATII.
-The great German statesman proves to
ifl as wilya theologian as bo"Is a dlplonatist,
and has astonished the JfewdSy
lis Talmudical knowledge. The recent
lections In the Empire having been orlered
lor Saturday, the Jews felt that
iractieaiiy their franchise was cat off, as
hey could not conscientiously take part
a secular business on their Sabbath. Ac~
ordingly, a rabbi, Bamberger by name,
elegraplied to the Prince asking what
fas to be done in the emergency. An
mmediate reply was received ns follows:
Tickets may be inscribed on Friday; beides,
while the Sabbath ends at 4 o clock
.nd fifty minutes, the election does not
iloee until 0 o'clock, so that there remains
in hour and ten minutes in which to
rote." The matter was thus effectually
>ut right, and it is to be presumed that
uany of the conscientious Hebrews made
he act of voting the first secular duty to
to-performed when the sacred hours of
ho Sabbath had expired.
IR PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION
j very strongly recommended by the
Medical Faculty arid la largely prescribed
mong their female patients. U is
porthy of all confidence as may be seen
ram the following testimonial:
Atlanta, 111., July 14th, 1873.
)r. R, V.-Pikrce, BnSalo, N. Y,:
Dear Sir?I l*ve not words to express
ay gratitude to you lor yonr advice and
saistancc in my case. Tbere is not one
vbo bas used your medicines since they
lave been brought hero but that can say
ritlj me Itey have been greatly benefitted.
llnce'I nave been so helped by Its use six
r seven around me left off all doctors
nd other medicines, and now use it in
heir families, alter being cured ot the
ame disease as mine. You do not know
vbat a wonder it 'created In our -chy, by
la restoring riiy'sister I wrote'yon about,
or she had been under the care of tbree
if our beet doctors but could not sit up
mt lor a few minutes at one time. I
legged of her to try your medicines, and
ielore she had used half of the bottles
he could go all aronnd the yard, and has
iow jua't come home from a visit fivo
alles away. Mrs. Thos. McFarland.
flood awjfcw
law Permanent Customers are Made
II you have never used Sapollo, the
igxt time you send to your grocer tell
ilm you want a cake; it will cost you
inly a few cents. Then look all over
our house, and wherever you find a spot
ipon the ptlnfctho furniture, the carpets,
r anything else, whether it be dirt,
;rease, tar, or whatever else, use Sapollo
ccording to the simple directions. Then
olleot all tha tin ware,' copper ware,
:nlves,' forks, kettles, &c , and polish
hem up. When you have done this
>nce, then Enoch Morgan's Sons know
>esillvely that their Sapollo has won anitherperm*nentcua(pmer.
ood.tw
- * wiits iorit&i tit?ple.' t ? i
Aa tbevtrtarfl ot medicines an only b? ascerlined
by cantol obsarraUon, It la toh? regretd
that.many of the Dregs atin proscribed by
ome pbnldau should ratals a plica In onr Ma?rl?
As an tnstanco ot Ihls, Uut Tile
Irup, Balinm Copabla, fornlubes an example.
Lbonttho year 1590, tbo Spaniards In tho Island
>1 Ban Domingo having become aflllcted with
ntoueo, butnorerhaa l nauseating drug done
son injur, for It not only change. tho nature
ifthodlaeasetoamowdreadlalatate than tho
irlglnal. bat It mini the tone or tho stomach
indbrines on Dyspepsia to Its worst torms. To
ivoM this drag, ana emeu tho samabiFAN'S
GIFT, a purely Vegetable Remedy, la
oordaya. Mat* packagos, ??; faaala, IS. .
* Ifatmc'f Cathartic. 555s?
"Nomedicine la seeded to keep the boweli In
I order as long as nature's cathartic, the bile, flows
freely and regularly (Tom lta source In the liver,
and la ol the right atrongth and quality. But the
great biliary grand la eaiily dliordcrud, and the
couaoQteaoee of Ita.lrregnlarltles an serious.
To bra I1 back to lta natural condition whan
. than ftlToctcd.IIofltettor'eStomachBitters should
be taken at least twice a day until the dcalred
object Is attained. Constipation Is due to a 1 cant
r supply of bile, or to a lack of the stimulating
elements In that tin Id. In either case mere pur1
cation Is useless. The liver must bo compelled
1 to yield the supply of bile neceuary to remove
1 the waste matter iron the system at least once
. iff tmtyftfiir hours befo-e a radical eure of
coatlvsness can be accomplished. Qostetter's
I Bittersprodncca this effeot. Its action upon the
stomach and liver Is direct and salutary, and
1 through these organa It regulates and invigorates
, thowholo frame. daw
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oa#6rttdCMhaifc... v........ aoooo :
One Onutd Cash Gilt .. If.,000 <
One Grand C?fh Gilt 17,500 '
10 Cash Gilts, flu,COO each 100,000
:w Cash Gifts, 5,000 each 150,0'0
50 Cash (41(14, 1.000 each 60,COO
80 Cash Glfiv MK) vac* *0C00 ?
101 Gaili Uirt-. 400 each .., 4?,5oo ,
W-CMlMto, -ADO each 45,000 1
850 Cash Gifis, 800 each 10,000
*>& Ca?h 01 It?, KO cacb 82 500
11,000 Cash Gift?, 60 tach ttO.OOO
Total, 19,000 Gifts, all cisb, amounting
to $1,!00.000
|3*~Tbe concert and distribution of rifts will
pontlvtly and untQulvocallu take place on the
day now fixed, whether all the tickets are sold
or not, and the 12,000 gilts all paid In proportion
to the number or tickots sold.
PKICE OP TICKETS. I
Whole Tickets, $50; Halves. $45; Teutbs, or i
each coupon, ftS; Bieven .Whole 1 IcXeta for $500;
W# Tlekets-for $1000; 1J8 Whole Tickets for t
$&(*); W Whole Tickets for $10,000, Nu discount
on le*s than $500 worth or tickets.
All applications for agecclcs and orders lor (
ticketa should bo addressed to
~. T1IOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent Public library Kentucky, and Manajrer
Girt Concert, Public Library Bulldln?, Louisrllle,
Ky. _
Wood's Household Magazine. TUK
BEST DOr,LAJ{ MONTHliY.
Ot C1R s&RWSEE
03 TO olD ,
THE YOSEMITE TALLEY,
14x00 inch cs,' iu 1? Oil Colons.
Ma aztno. 1) ear, wiih Mounted Cbromo $3 00
aiaRuzluij',1 jear with unmouLtedChromo, 150
Magizluo,afoiie,l yfar ........ 110
BiamlneourOlnbblnff and Promlum Hits.
Two p.KUr-olasb periodicals *ob tub mice
or one. We solicit Experienced Canvassers
and others to Eend at oncb fi.r terms and SpedMu,iJ.1?.
-
" BHDTB8, PnWIlIier.
41 rck a?f. OJ. c?r.?r tnwbnuti, K. v.
frC fn COn P?r dfty' Agents wanted! All
v J IU 4>ZU clasies ol working people, of
eltner sex, young or old, mako money At work
for as In their spare momenta, or all the time,
than at anything else. Particulars fre?. Address
Q. Btikson ALo.. Portland, Mamo.
Aft EXTERMINATORS
And Insect Powder
For Bats, Mlcc, Boacbes. Ants, Bed-Bogs,
Moths, Ac. J. F. HENBY, CUHBAN & CO.,
N. Y? Bole Agents.
PRMCTAAIT EMPLOYMENT at Home.
Lsllilo I All I Mato or Female. &S0 a week
warranted. No capital required. Full partlcularsand
a valuable sampie sent free, addrow,
with a G-ct retnrn stamp, A.D. YOUNG, 2DQ, 5th
street, williamibargb,w. Y.
SOMETHING that will pay yon fl IIT CIT
Tfl nfl Congenial, honorable UU I >1 I
IU UU< E*plot*bht. Lanacrnrr
Cash Wages Guauanteed for all, lilLC.
cither cez, yonog or old; can bo done during
leisure time.at jour homes, or pats immvmibly
to travel; Labor Salaries to experienced ?
APCNTC A splxnd i> outpit puee ! Write
AUU11 u. for it at once to LAB AN JS A HALL,
16jtf North Charles street. Baltlmoro, Md. t
THE GOLDEN EGG
for agents. Large Income gnarantoed. Enclose
Btimp for circular. B. aLlUON, 113 Chambers
Btrcct,N.Y. ^
ItllA to ftlOO In Wall BL often leads to a forVIII
No risk. Si-page pamphlet for
III 11 stamp. Valentine Uumbkidub & Co.,
VlV Bankers and Brokett, i9 Wall-it, Y. Y.
feit-eodaw m
MISSOURI 5JATE LOTTERY.
legalized bj Stato Authority and
Drawn Id Pablle in St. Louts.
Grand Single Number Sohome, '
60,000 NUMBERS.
Class A, to be Drtwu Jan. 31, 1874.
5,880 TrUeB, Amounting to 1300,0001
prlzo 61....... $50,000 500prizeso(... I 100
1 prize of 18,450 Wprizesof... 1,000
1 prize of. 10,000 <J prizes or.. 600
1 prize of 7,500 H prizes of... , 300
4 prizes of 5,000 y prizes of... S50 u
4 prizes of 2,500 10 prizes of... 100 .
30 prizes of 1,000 prizes of.. 160
30 prizes of .... 500 180 prizes of... lOO
40 prizes of.... 350 5,000 prizes of... 10
TIckstat$10. Half Tickets, $o. (Jnsrteri, %i50.
I |y"Our lotteries are chartered by tho State. ]
are always drawn at the tlmo named, and ail
drawlnge are nnder tho supervision of sworn
commissioners.
|3T"Tho official drawing will bo published In
tho St Louis papers, and a copy of Drawing sent
to purchasers of tickets.'
E^We will draw a similar scheme the last
day of evry month durintr tho-yoar 1874. J
ht"KemIt at oar risk by Postomiob IConit
OnDtBS, Rkoimtkksd Lbttsu, Diurr or Sxpnxss.
8cnd for a circular. Address A
MURRAY, KILLER A CO..
Postofflce Uox 3446.
%p9Tn-Th-8tjtw . Ht. Louis. Ma
cc N. F. BURNHAM'S ^ ?
UJ NEW TURBINE ^ |m
Has been testod at YORK, PA., by D.
M. E1T1NOBB, O. ?., M
and at HOLYOKH, Kaas., by" 1
JAtt. KMKRSON, H. K. wmmm r
PamnhletandT?itH?nnrt I 11
address N. P. BPBNHAM. Yorit.w' ? 1
au80-eod*w
J?. - .
Soaps and Sponges.
IN ULBBB VAJUtTV AT (
EDMUND BOOKING'S PHARMACY,
NO. 1 ODD FELLOW'S UA1.L.
J" ]
QANNED GOODS15
Cum 3a Peachaa.
60 do Si Petcbu. V
1U0 do U VDmaUxa.
60 do ta Tomatoes.
100 , do Wlnelow'a Cora.
Jut recalled and for sale bv
CM M. RfflLLY.
DrytMDdB. Sitler
* Roth
in <ra hud t luge and well nl?lf4 itoeli of
DRY GOODS
Notions,
Carpets,
Window Shades,
Oil Cloths, Xc.
m
Wlilch Itioj will toll ?t I lie
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Would be pleased to hive you call before pur*
chasing etawbore.
Corner Main and 21at 8ts.
Ja19
Great Sale of Dry Goods!
My usual Soml annual Closing Out Bale of our
larie stock of
Dry Goods
Will commence on MONDAY, January 13th, and
loutiuuo from day to day nntll oar Winter stock
Is reduced. Ladles, now la the time to eopply
1 ourselrea with Ury Qoodi at prices regardless
Jl cost Oar stock of Diess Goods we bare
narked down bolow cost.
French Merino, sold lor 75c, reduced toSfc.
Prench Merino, sold for $1, reduced to 70c.
French Merino and Cashmeres, sold lor $1 15,
educed to $1.
Bergos, Poplins, 811k BnltingB, Alpaca, l)ealnes
and Plaids at great bargains.
Caislmere and Jeans at and below cost.
30c Jeana for lStfc; 40c Blue Jeans for 35c.
50c Jeans for 35c.
Tablo Linen for 30 and 85c.
Heavy Brown Masllu for 6 B and 10c
Heavy Brown Sheeting for ltjfc.
Bieacned Moslln 6, 8 and 10c.
Bleached Muslin, soil finished, l%c.
Calico for Sand 10c '
Plaid Flannel 3*and 80c.
Paisley and Woolen 8hawls way dowu la price.
Ladles' Under Vests, Gentlemen's Underwear,
ladles' and Gents' Gloves, Hosiery, bhirt Fronts,
educed below cost.
All who want good bargains and save money
ihould call soon at the
Slieap Casli Dry Goods House of
Centre Wheeling,
No. 3100, COR. MAIN db 2Ut 8T8.
Henry Roemer.
JalO
Bargains! Bargains!
From this day I will offur the whole of my J
xtensive stock of
Winter Goods at Cost!.
Conelallnx of a choice selection ol
Merinos, Cloths, , t
Alpacas, Casslmerea,
fluids, Flannels,
Empress Cloth, Hosiery,
I'oplius, Carpets,
Shawls, Ulankets,
Furs, He., He.
tar PLKAbE CALL SUUN, lr you ?r?nt to
ave tnouejr.
?019 & 2021 Main 8treet, I
OBNTHK WHEELIHG. ]
I
JOHN KOEHtiK.
dicSI 1
F.C. MYERS,
Weoi.saiLK LEALBIl IN ^
Milliner,yGoods,
1(146 MAIN STKEET,
WIIKEL1NG, W. VA. ,
0TXO old Uocdi?all NKW, FHESH ?Qd
TYLIsH. iiSS
T. F. SULLIVAN.
PHARMACEUTIST.
BgCK'S BLOCK, MAKKKT 8T? ,
(iJlarly opponlu> Pout Offlce) '
wnbxzmo, rr. ya.
Vm Drum, Chtmkalt, ami PharmaaullMl
PrifttraUoni.
Jbo a C.io uiortmoat ot Wco Eofiliih Hair, I
Nail and Tooth Bruahoa, Toilet ttoapa, Foreign
and Domestic Pcrfamw, Ac., 4c.
BTMtrtct personal attention ftrato the tornoosdlng
of rhyalcUiu)' i'resciljAUoaa.
marl4 . .
gJLEGANT
NAPLES CORAL 8ET8,
ine Gold and Silver Watches,1
Solid Silver and Silver
Plated Ware,
nd * complete assortment of One Jewelry, Joit ,
icolved at
J. P. BROWN & GO'S
.
Wathington Ball, Monro* BL
mjt
piANCY FLOUR1
b?ve ]n,t Kcelfti One Baadrtd Bimli of.
SCSH'S BEST FIiOUJB, .
lUde from Indliu Puro WWW W belt, *n4 U ,
UBB+NTSD TO 01FS SATlSFA.0TI0tf. 1
K. J. SMYTH, ,
lit# - Oor. MitkrUad FoortwnUi flu. I
- Merchant TaifT ra.
1873.
Fall & Winter Goods.
THOS. HUGHES & CO.,
MerchaiuTailors.
We btto so* received oar VALL A WINTKH
STOCK of French, Bugllib end Amtrlon Coatings,
UlothB,
Oassimerea
and Vestinga,
And are prepared to make them op In the
LATBBT BABTBRN 9TTLK and on tbe
MOHT FAVORABLE TJUUftfl. A
fall line of all the Novoltiee In
Furnishing Goods
Ar.wivu nv u?\rn
VM llftiw
0r whits shirts mads to ordmb.
Oar incraurt bcllltlMfor muiutacturln* will
ttiblo SI to uecnu ?n orden entrusted to m
with netlneM and dlap&tch. *
THOS. HUGHES & CO.,
K i'OKNSH MONRO* ANU WATCH HTU.,
IPrrocr r?ro ill ir<
ttu.anijSiyftr. ff. V A.
WE HAVE RECEIVED OUR
BtOCk or
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Which we are now prepared to make up In the
latent styles, to autt purchasers, and a perfect fit
guaranteed,
We have also on hand a fine line of Genta Furnishing
Goods, to rait the moat fastidious.
Persona contemplating buying, will do well-to
call and examine oar stock Dorore purchasing
elsewhere.
Snita made to order and a fit guaranteed.
J. T. LAKIN & CO.,
Merchant Tailors,
And Dealers in
MEN'S FURNISHING UOODS
Ho. 39 TWELFTH 8T.
nov4
Wm.Schocke
MERCHANT TAILOR,
And Dealer in
Cents' Furnishing Goods,
Haa removed to 1429 UAKK&T tiTKKST,
And Would respectfully Inform tho public that
tie haa just returned Irom the East with a new
ind complete stock of
Cloths, Cassimerea & Testings,
Which will be made up to order at short notice
in the latest atyle and a good fit guaranteed.
My stock or
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
IS FULL AOT) COUPLETS.
Bmnra Made to Obdxr. Call and examine
berore purchasing elsewhere.
WM. 8CHOC&E.
nov4
1873- Fall & Winter. 1873.
John L. Rice,
MERCHANT TAILOR ;
I.
? alfd ?
Bents' Furnishing Store,
38 MONHOS ST., WHBBLING, W. VA.
Most re?pectfully invites his customers and the i
public generally to call and examine his stock, I
ffhich is full In every particular, consisting of
[Uothg, CasslmereB, Wonted Diagonal
and Straits* Fancy Wonted
Suitings, Edredons and CaBtoriieaven,
Kersejrs and Mel.
tons for Overcoats.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
iVblch would pay 70a to call and examine.
SHIRTS MADS TO ORDER,
And guaranteed Id every particular.
tarat'OTCn CHEVOITB In entirely new styles
JOHN Li. RICE.
0C7 I
j.H.Stallman&Co.
. 1
MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have Just received their stock o(
Pall and Winter Goods, |
Including French, English and American
" noHn no
V/UHtiiUgOi
ClOtllB,
CasBimeres,
andVestings, j
Wlileh they are prepared to make to order In
ME LATEST & MOST FASHIONABLE STYLE, j
Coost&nllj on band a large stock of 1
Gents' Furnishing Goods
I
aranmra madx to oiwxh j
And a perfect flt guaranteed. J
t
No. K TWSLSTU BTRKST (OM JKmrtt). 1
"P'J ,
J"OHN a A"A. MURDOCH,
(nrnerjnieB) Florista ud Seedaen, .
HI BmlUideld Hi, Plttaborgh, Pa.
Catatonias ol Treea, flame, Voteubla and .
rioj^ Seeds mailed free.
|?-8 podal attandoa to ordari It* Flow
rata any deeign. HIS
Haraware.jtCj.
Star Foundry
BENJAMIN F1S1IEH.
I
' jk
kMXXuarutnier 01 tbo Cele'j.t'^d >
Valley Star Cook Stoves, ]
Wlih the low down copper reterroir tot exun Iod
topi. AIM I'tnat rarlctfof oilier Cook i
ud Bwtlig StoTM. & complete Mtortmtnt ol '
HtrblBlsed Slate ft Iron M?ntel?, ,
Mitble, ?l?to ud Iron Heutht, cooiunUj on
hind.
tWJOB CASTING DONS TO OBDMB^t I
1014, 1016, 1018, 1020 t 1033, ,
MARKET 8T.
1H
?JiO CONTRACTORS Jt BUILDKRB.
100 Buroli No Flu Ultr* WblWLlma
too " LonllTUle Cement,
w " HapertuaFluterPvti
ItouindtjtMltUodfM.
Iron and Stool Crowbars.
And all sites of Jackacreweaud Whoolbarrowe 1
Jut arrived and for tale at i
apS JAflOB BNYDlttU
^ NOTHER LOT OP ALL KINDB
WAGON AUARRIAQH MATKR1AL8, 1
Comprising Hubs, Spokes and Fallow, Shafts 1
and Poles, finished and onflmshed, One Wagon
and Boggy Bodied, Patent and Common Wheels, .
all sizes of Carriage Bc'ta, Couplings, Clips and 1
Klfthwhoels, flao Trip Mngs, Maflablo Iron ol
every deKrlptlon. 1 arrived and lor aale t' i
ap3 JACOB BNYDgh'B. 1
I, M'OOLLOTJUB I. it. MOOBB. 1LXZ. KOOSBS ^
Jas. McCullougii & Co., s
Wholesale and Ketail Dealer* la
Hardware and Cutlery/
CABINET A BU1LDXRB' HAKDWA H*. \
CarpentOM'.OooperB'^MachlulfiU'and Butchexi' "
No. 41 MA1NBT.> and ? SOUTU ST .
One door above Jacob Snyder,
WHRKLINti. W. VA.
0TLook tor the ttlcn of the Bed Circular Saw.
apSSdAW
i jin ?iimiii"
GIFT ENTERPRISE
The only reliable Gift Distribution In tho country ?
$75,000 00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS! ?
TO BK DI8THIBUTKD IS
Hi. T>. SINE'S
165 REGULAR MONTHLY
GIFT ENTERPRISE \
To be drawn MONDAY, Feb. 13d, 1874. J
TWO GRAND GAPITAL8 OF
ft
$5,000each In Greenbacks
Ms'g ^GREENBACKS! \
I Bone and Buggy* with 8ilver-mounted Heraess,
worth $6001 One Flue-toned Uosewood
f Uno, worth $5501 Ten Family Sewing Machines,
worth $100 each I Five Gold Watches
and Chains, worth $800 each 1 Five Gold Amer- lean
Bunting Watches, worth $135 each! Ten fl
Ladles' Gold Bunting Watches, worth $100 eachl J
1000 Gold and BUver Lever Hunting Watches (In
alio worth from$10to $300 each! (Jold Chains,
Silver-ware, Jewelry, Ac.. Ac.
Number Gifts, 7,500. Tickets limited to 75.000
. OT Agents wanted to sell Tickets, to whom B]
Lineal Premiums will be paid.
Blngle Tickets $1; Six Tickets $5; Twelve ai
rickets $10; Twenty-five $10. pi
Circulars containing a fall Ust of prises, a descrlDtlon
of the of drawinc. and other
Information In reference to the Dlftn&uUon.wlU
be sent to any one ordering them. All letters
mnat boaddrussed to
L. D. BINS, Box 86, Cincinnati, O.
Mam Omen, 101 WlrlfthBt dsdO-daw
FREW & CO.,
BOOK BINDERS ~
? AMO ?
Blank Book Manufacturers,
ire prepared at all times, with the best material,
to fill orders lor Blank Books, such as are naed r
by Banks, Counties, Incorporations, Kallroida u
and Merchants, upon short notice, snd la the
most desirable and workmanlike manner.
Having all the latest and most Improved machinery
we feel confident that we win render
an tire satisfaction to all wbo lavor us with tbelr
orders.
Music, Magazines and Periodicals of every deurlnMmi
tvtnnri < > *?? -1??
r- ? ? "v.. buu uuiuulc ulftudct.
Address,
MILLS, FREW & CO., b
M
Noa. 95 sad 27 Fourteenth St., b<
d*CM WgggLINQ, W. VA. in
PITTSBURGH IRON WAREHOUSE, K
Metcalf & Burt, ?
. Wholesale Dealers In
Pittsburgh & Norway Iron, ;
Homo Shoes, Nails and Nail Rods, English and ?
tmencaa Tool bteel, line and common Springs
wd Axle#, Blacksmiths' Toole, Wagon and Car
rtage Woodwork, Lime. Cement, Plasttr, Ac. U
piRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFE
The new trlplo flange Safes wo are now selllni,
ure tho very beat Safes made, walla being thick e!
l>an any other make. All are furnished with
(argent's Combination, which has no oqual
'rices are lower than daring the paet ten years
flrea are frequent. We can lurulsn safes oromnt
y, auu acuvur worn. ?' * " * CJ
MBTUALF & BUBT,
Jy8 M Main Street. w
T"YU FONT GUNPOWDER AGEN0Y w
JL/ The undersigned Is the sole Agent In this Jc
ntyfortheealeof all kinds of Powder made at
he celebrated Da Pant Powder Mills. Its aaal
y Is unequalled In this coontry, as oyldencod by
eats made by the United Btates Government. ot
He keepe at all timea a large stock In Maga- ?1
Ixlo ol fiULo. In whole, half and quarter kcee. *
Casting and Mining Powdor all In Motafilc ^
LegsTTtoortingPOwdet In Canisters. All of M
rhlch will be told to the trado as low as the tw
tame can bo had In the Weet
Hehasportablexaagtrinm ot different slses to
thlp by Hall or Boats.
(/rdars solicited.
M. RKILLV, , <
l
,aT ""'llST, DAVEKPOBT ? PAHIB. i
Financial;
^piRST NATIONAL BANK
OF wnasLMQ.'
UNITRD STATES DBPOBITORY.
CAPITAL j_- $260,000.
A (eiuil Btnklnt, Ixchicta ud CoUtcUon
boaluvi UuutUd wuhiduli jrtM prompts***
^UulUUttn of OtpMlt lined ud Inttreai p*U
KevwiuB e ump) lor ule ta mm to ndt
J^sis&xsm sustftts
iho public. ' .
A&oajti at Kerch*till, tluohctartii, (??kir?
tod oihtn nltciM. . .
BIMCtOM i
JOHN K. BOT8FOB1), Pictldeot.
Jicob Htmbrook, i tlnrr M humt
Geo. W.yiAoxbilm, JoL. ?. w U?u '
J?cob 8. Rhodn, QfomAdim*:'
.Tohtt L. Hobbl, I Wm. B. Hlapoon.
J?18d*w M. A. CHAWPLMB. cubltr.
j^HROHANTS' NATIONAL BANK
or ?Mr Tiuimi. it wniuii*.
Capital $600,000.
Dull Is Ootd, Ooupoo*, Bog4i.
tpu ud BiUa ol Ijckuuoi.
DITUMT PAID UK fPICLAL DBPOITU
QOlUctiOIW IttQlff JH gJI JTpjflff (MUf (irpJWJi
promptly ntttitUU.
Umo?buoapt. tkm rrtetfoulOBm&ei. 1.1,
. I ud 5 tmi coin eonrtutlj on feura
.
dimotom:
J. N. Vance. John Hmdlan
L. 8. Dolapl&lft S. J. Btono.
mstw .SSL$S&..
Robinson, Chase & Co,,
BANKERS,
So. IS Broad Street, New York,
'rnonci * M>onl' buldu hu?io??* i? ?
detail*, allowing Interest upon deposits to
tanks, S*yIiri Institutions* Private Balkan
a ad Individuals.
'articular atleutlon paid to the lnvestmeut ot
ESTATE AND TRUST FUNDS,
iiid Information regarding the same furnlibed
upon application.
tttynlatU npon.cva^laatoo flold/United
itatea Stocks, and all secnrltic* dealt In at the
low York Block Exchange.
Plrat-class Municipal and Railroad Loans nootlated.
Kuubnk N. RoniNSin. I Tboma? B Atkins.
Uuouaa u. Cham. Willum T. Mobsim.
fleCtt
nOMMKKClAi, BANK.
lati rational satintn) hahk 09 wmbblim*
?
CAPITAL $100,000
Orrioi-No. U Malu.Bt.
Interest paid ou Special Deposit*. Ooliecllon
tude and proceeds promptly remitted. Account*
f Merchants and others solicited.
dirxotoks.
Thomas H. List I J. L. Utile).
Robert Gibson. R. A. McCabe.
J.C.Thomaa. Chtt.H. Beotb
James McCluney. 1
TUOS. H. LIST. President
J AS. McCLUNBY, V. Pres'i
8. P. 111LDRETH, Cashier. myl_
d. 0. list. jobiph sxyboul.
h km ivy u. list. gibson lamb
Bank of Wheeling,
W11BKLMO, W. VA.
/AJPl'IVAJL. K/Ot #100.000
Btocxqoldxhs pbusonallt uablx, and
b8kmtins 0txb $500,01*).
Rxckiveb Dkpohith and Disootnm Papmh.
Deals In Gold, 8Uver, Coln-drafta and Sterltn*
xchange.
Bells Drafts on England, Ireland. France, Uer
Any and other prominent parts 01 Europe.
Buye and sells Government, State, City aud
allroad Bonds.
iNTinwrr paid on bpxoul deposits.
Special attention given to collections.
D. C. LIST, President.
G. LAMB. Cashier.
JOB. BBYBOLD, Assistant Caahler. Jalft _
r\EPOBITOHB 8ECUKKD BY IN
\J dividual Liability.
, 0bak8lb. i. da i j". ill. h. onantfll.
HTTP PTmv n a *tt^
LU-i^ UIJ.JL DAliJV
inHnfi rn??mnlt purchasers on ell Uf?
ffiL2u?ftToWM ' Bamu?Interest
allowed on Special Deposlie.
us*!**.**asssr^r^
BBNRY CRANQLE. Caabler. m*rli
[*HB PEOPLE'S BAITK.
OFFICE, NO. 60 MAIM STttJUIT,
WUllLUfM, W. f A.
sSa^wiu?00 J"pM11- u"or"1 ?
3?i^^5!ijl?1??>??'C<>ii. sidiuK iwuti
$585; .tfiSSftT." *? <" *? *&
DQUWTUM'
ttHtih* I
lUmoel J. Boja, iM^riTSK;
Andnw WUscul | Job*,P. TtokL*!,
Thomaa O'Brien.
JOSIAHy. Ufi)Ko'aSy,^S':,tw^
Insurance.
}eabody Insurance Co.
WHEELING, W. VA.
lash Capital 8100.000.00.
Willi .. .. U1HICT0M.
William Bailey, i Alonzo Loring,
"air ssaSa
Thla Company having been In aoccesefol operIon
for ova Years U prepared to take rlki at
1r rat OB on Buildings of all klndi. Merchandise
anafKtaiingeetabilelxmente.rnrnlinre.Statm'
>ate, and Cargoes on ibe Western Rivera and
iket; bIbo tolseuo perpetual policies on Dwell
gs and titoree. Thle Company being coaposl
mostly of our loading business men, recomends
Itself to the favorable conifdsratlon or
s Insuring public, and solicits their patronas#
pollutionsi ior Insurance will be prompUylt'.
SltSSSS!^,BA1L",|J ^Pxo.
WM, BAILEY, President.
iLONZO LOIUNQ, Vice President
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