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The Vinton record. (M'arthur, Vinton County, Ohio) 1866-1891, July 24, 1873, Image 4

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TIIUttSDAY.tlULYSl, 1873,
Oa itnil after Hun lav. May txh, 1S73, :nun
will rin as l.illow.: N -a 3, 4, 6 and
tuu txiljri all other Inuba ditlly,!iuu lays ex
No. S. Ne. 3.
Sfntmna. PC I. Ex. Fast L,
Cm. Ex
Cui,inail ....10 3pm
I'Mliicoihe.-. f liirn
ftiehland Fur.-.. S "lain
rtHinih-o S IJm
1 OOnm
1 3.1am
11 Vnm
13 lpm
U Mpm
1 Worn
t 18pm
1 Wptn
I Upm
4 pm
6 4S .in
0 11 pro
S 8Unm
(I Worn
MuA.tuc......... Mim
Zulwkt.. ...
... 3 tiarn
Hoot K.iruac.
3 ibira
Put.triburg m
9 39pm
No. I, No 4.
Ptationa. Fasti,. W.I. Ex
No. .
Cm. Ex
Park. r.:rs; a nttim li lOp.ro
lit 30pm
1 Warn
1 Hum
I ITmii
1 H!T!
I S'inm
1 4-Vim
3 4 Vim
Hni F(iriML't..lli AJitm
S Slum
tl.Kl.........U Mitn
3 Olpra
3 lupra
3 iopin
3 Slum
3 'dira
4 4-Vm
fiotoo 11 lunrn
McAxthci 11 tin
Him.fan ..II iam
W.chlacd Fur..- H 4im
Chdlicothe.. Mm
Cioviausu .. .4 ftupin
6 xoam
XO. 1 will atmiHelw.en Cincinnati and Bl D
che.i.r, at 0. s. Junction nl Lovolnn.t on
ly; vast ot ninn.-liei.ter it w;llstnp i ail sts.
liona eiipt Knrmera', Harper's, Moontillf,
'linni.i. Ne KnulHDil. Hn Kun. Cutlrr. Lit
norkinJ. FirnmV, an I Tunnel. Nil. S
will moa on Western Division ilil.l 8
Jiin-loa, Lm-land and fire anfield onlv; on
K iairn Uin.inu at Haimien, ,vierin ur
Z .Iraki, and all .ta iona t.t ol Athens Tbn
tram will il.o at in Ht tf intt'i. Inxri im. Minn
nils and Mineral City on signal. NOS.SAND
u will stop at A a. JiliM-tuin, Lovelaii'l,
UreenrieM, Chillis'oihe, H.imden, Allien, and
Bcoll'a Landing only. NO. 9 will make all In
Slops tietween Pnrk,rcr.ii'g and Hliin.-haat. r.
fXOfli.t Tunnnl, Fleming a, Llllia Hocking,
Mineral i lly. King a, Ingham Vinton tut
one and Farmers'; between Blanoiwatar nnd
Cincmn iti, nt LoveUnl. CAS. Junction and
Cummin.viileonlv. NO. 4 will atop at Hel
pre, Vini'Mil'a, Nr hnglaud, all alalinna be
iwven aiiihii. ni, , nnimittut ntm -o wi ..nui
rin. at iMullicolhe. Hreentield, Lovelau I,
Miidiaonvillr, C. A 3. J I'D .Hon and Cuiu'niiit.
Till. i
The Tarkeraburc, Mnnettt and Zdeakl Ac
eommodalion leavea Zrlmki at 8 10 a. m ,
arnviugal "arkersburg at ( 30 a. m i re
turnina leavra PrtrkortDunr t 1 10 P. M.
arnvmiiRt iiuleaki at U 60 f. M. Tim train
The ZnWaki Kreiiiht union al lM?e
Chillioothe at d OUa. m ; Ravavill 7 33; Rich
Umi Fi.ruiice. 8 n.1: Hmndeii. arrive 8
depart "! Mi'Arthnr, 3; Vinton, 10 OA;
Ziileaki 10 W. Uoiiitf eat-2idiiKi.4 0(1 p.m ;
Vinton 4 3", Mr'Ailh'ire nil; Hamden, arnra
a 3ut.p:irt 8 mi: llii'liiiind riirnuve, a"i
Rt.ttanl la. 1 M: Chillk'oth. 3 35.
fraina on the fOIUiJMOUTH BRANCH
will lame Hamden at 4 IS a.m. and 3 45 p.m
arriving at Portamouth at 11 i a m. and 4 45 .
m. K)turaingtraina ni leave t-oriumoiuii at
B 10 a. rtii ant la oo p. m., arriviii(a. uaiu
den at 11 15 a. m. and i 4S p. m.
Trainaconnapta: I.oveland for all point on
tha Little Miami Kailmad, and at the Indianap
lia and Cincinnati Railroad Jiinuli n for all
points WftHi; al Athena, with thn Culumbua
General 8uperlntndent.
0HAELE3 W. BARNETT, Proprietor
WILL run reginarlv to McArthur Station
to meet all trains.
Hack leavea McArthur poat office ni 10
o'clock, A. M., to meet Faat Line Weat; at
li M. to meet the Cincinnati Exp -eaa going
east; at i o'clock P. M.. to meet the St. Louu.
Expreaa going weat, at i P. M. for Fast Line
aat. Will meet the Parkeraburg, Marietta
and Zale.ki Accominddation on application
io ner?on or by letter.
tirdera left at the poat office, McArthur, r
Dundaa, prjinptly atitntledtn.
IWlLli run a Wk from Wllkeaville to
Hamden and return every Monday, Wednei
clay and Friday, for the accommodation of
pnaaengere. making eloae connection with the
mail trnina on the M. A C. K. K. 1 will alan
carry expreaa package .hipped to or from
(hoae points by the Adama Expreaa Co.
Hamden, WilkfUYille and Middleport
n AVISO the contract for carrying the mail
between the above pointa I will be able to
Inrniih conveyance for paaaengera and theii
hnggnge to and fromaaid pointa on the follow
ingdays: From Wilkeaville to flatnden and
back on Mnndnya, Wedneadnya and Fndaya;
nnd from Wilkeaville to Middleport, Meiga
Co.nndbick on Tuesdara, Thnradava and
Bntimlnja. IQHN LF.VI3.
Heirs Wanted to an Estate
Worth a Million Dollars.
Some excitement was crea
ted ' in the citv of Erie, Penn
sylvania, last week, by the ap
pearance of Mr. George Win
Ligler, or Winbiger, of this
county, as one of the heirs of
the Winbigler estate, at Erie,
J' i, estimated to be north
more than 1,000,000, which
estate is now managed by the
county of Erie. It appears
that three of the Winbiger or
Winbigler brothers came to
this country about the same
fine, and Jacob, whose estate
ii located in Erie, settled in
the northwestern part of Penn
sylvania, which subsequently
proved lo be Erie county,
where he accumulated consid
erable property. He had but
one child, a daughter, who was
married, and both herself and
husband died shortly alter their
marridge, leaving no heirs, and
in fact none could be found up
to the present time who could
show any claim to the proper
ty. But it is now ascertained
that the real heirs reside in
this county, and are among our
most respectable citizens.
They feel confident to be able
to fully establish their claim
and right to the property.
Part of this estate Is included
in the beautiful public park ol
the city of Erie, and other ad
joining lands and Jots which
are finely improved. Meas
ures are being completed to
send an attorney to Germany
to procure the proper family
register, under official teals,
while the recorda of the lami
ly since landing m America
(O.) Times.
ACTioa no niuimii
6ti1 DroaJway, New York,
IS the beat avtem nt modern thort hand
writing. By ita aid reporter are eiabled
o wnte verbitim the apeejiiea of the moat
-anld Ulkera. with the greatest eaae. ltiaa
iranch of atiidvaa aadv learned aa any ol
tbe common branchea, euch a reading, writ
int.. arit-imelio 01 crammer, and may be ac
quired bv any child Inat can read common
print readily. lie characters are aa fixed
ma certain in their meaninga, aa legible, aa
philosophical, a beautiful aa thoae now in
oonimon use. are mors systematic, and more
readily learned. . ,
The .real ulilitv of Phonography la hilly
conceded hv teacher. Modem., huineea and
Itroleanional men. Ths demand ror rnmog
raiiher ia greater than ths supply, and eon
.unlit incroH.ing. It is a sure snd easy
-lepping atone for a young man or woman to
immediate, permanent an I repet;tabie em
plovment, al salariea of from f I.Soo to $3,000
per vear. as reporters tor newspapers, civu
md military eourta, legmlatim-a, Cnnven.
lions, etc., nr aa clerkain the offices of rail
rnati.. .IptfraDha. Liwvere. nhvaiciaiie, mer
chant and manufacturing houaea, and in all
the Pepnnmeni of in. national uovernmeni
,nd aa .ecretanea and amanuajaea. Thl re is
no field of labor so cert dnly remunerative,
and nnuiieful art so eatily acquired.
To Ihe lawyer ia noting down teaiimonv
in, I .efcrencp. and in Drenarinf Hiatdratt of
bnefaand oirer legal paper, it i invaluable.
To the t-lerirvman. in ore paring his aermone,
o the public speaker in preparing a dis
.oii r-e. lo any peraon having atudie. or cler
ical ounce it win aave -u per cent, m unit.
PARENTS, why not have your cnildren
earn Phonography a uaeful and beautiful
irt, a refining smuaement, a uniqe aceiim-
pliah-nenl. In any vm-aiinn ol I fe it wi.l re
pay many times its cost in money time and
fry style of the art commencing with the
in:liveis Ol wonia, anil prucretiina; vtt iiiv nuw
rapitl reporting slyie-in aucha form and
manner, with euch tullneaa or explanation,
ind coinpleteneaa of illustration, and with
.uch oil erfealurea as to fullr adapt Ihe work
to the nae orachoela and lo sell-iostruutioa.
Price, t'J; hy mail 12. no.
Mr. Giahim is the author of a Hhnnogranh-
ic liiclionarr, Readera, and other work, also
publiaher ot a newapaper caiieri "ine etu
diint'a Journal,'' devolea to the advancement
ol Phonography. Hend for aapecimen niim
her connuninga full deaenption of the var
ious wnrka n.i Phonography which are pub-
nsnen vy nitu.
lifeb S3 Hroatlway, New York.
the new postal law we are supplying the peo
ple wiih our line nickel while metal ware, of
mple electro-.ilver plate, poet-paid to any
part of th country dirrc-tlrom our mapuUo-
Nolwith'tiindlng a large advance in nickel
we still oiler the gnoda, both plain and fancy
pattern", atformer factory rstea.and will mail
any quantity al these prices, ou receipt of the
(hitter knife, pickle fork, sugar spoon and
nankin linn. each II a
Tea apoona and nut picka, hall doa. 3 6"
Deaatrt knivesdork and epoons.halfdos. 4 If
Table " " ' ' " " 4 ia
Replatlng of old ware in the best manner, a'
one half of there prices.
We will mall to any an"rea iinnmarapn.
n., i..,. nt ...... viw ana.a'E-st
the manufacture ol which is aipecialty with
It is our privilege to refer lo Ihe editors ot
all Cincinnati religinua weeklies.
In what paper uid you see our advertise
ment? M A..IXO, ROBINSOX ii CO..
&4 Fountain square, Cincinnati, Ohio.
3ioctio;j t
Yin. J. It A ELLS & CO.,
One door west of Dan, Will Bro's.
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Prons wiahing lo pun-haae lands farms or
town lots in Vinton o" adioimng countiea will
find tracts to unit them hy calling.
Peraons wiahing to aell lands farms or town
lots will have a good chance of doing ao b)
leaving description, etc. in our handa.
WM. J. KA NN Kl.l.-t A CO.,
oct28 Main Street. McArthur, O.
Dr. Duponro'8 (roldcn
They never (ail, sot may be depended upo
in every eaae where Ihe monthly out tin
been olwtriicte'l through cold or diaeuse.
i(JPi.NCil'8fiOLLife;N PILLS always give im
mediate rehe. A lady write.: "Uupooco's
Uolden Pills relieved me in one day like mag.
ic." The genuine are now put up in large
wnite boxes containing double th- nuantily ol
pills, and upon each box vou will find my
"Private 0,:8. Revenue Stamp." Upon the
stamp see the worda lil'PONCO'8 GOLDEN
PILL-S io white letters, without that none
are genuine.
Rxiuembcr the genuine ia in the white boxes
Full and explicit directions accompany each
box. Price ll.iai per box, six ooxea I5.u0.
dold by one druggist in every town, village,
citv and hamlet throughout the world.
Sold in McArli.ur, U.,
By O. W. SIS SOX. Druggiit.
Sole Aijent for Vinton County.
by aending him 11.00 threngh the Mc Arthur
O.. Poet Office, can have the pills eenleenfW
dentially, by mail, to any part of the country,
free of postsge.
8. I). HOWE, Proprietor. New W!c.
Stw lUwtnlii Edition. J. W. Vtataon.aulhorof
The Ontcait." BmUMlf tVna,JnMorif
imd imignt 6y Edward L irary. Complete in
one inrge octavo volume, in uniform style
with "The Outcast and other Poems," being
printed on the Sneat tinted plate paper, and
bound ia green morocee cloth, with gilt top,
gilt sides and beveled boards, pric Two Dol
lars, or bound in green moroooo cloth, with
gilt sides, and beveled boards, pnoe fhree
Abort booh far m ay aU ftoA0r., r ens
ist oV U wilt se tnt, yott paid. It aag ess, per nasra of
atsii, am say oa. r.it,y IA. priet tf U to lAasaMuA
ton Chestnut St., PhiLdelphut, Pa.
Agents Wanted.
Forth great seatatloi of hyglenle litera
ture, our difeation; or,
Dr. Dlo l4is' nsw work la an immense
success. Ssves money, worry, and precious
health, sad shows how to live well aad crow
Cat on II a week. Agents are coining money.
n4 doing a world of good with f. The sarr e
chances still open lelay not, ba addreas at
once. K. HANNAFORO A CO . Publishers,
177 Weat Fourth street, Cincinnati, O. tmarS
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Gallipolis, McArthur
& Columbus Railroad Co.
ALT. paeties having subscribed to ths cap
iUl atoek ol the 6.. McA. A 0. R. R. are
hereby reouiied to make Daymen! to the Sec
retary of the Company, at bis office oa the;
ruo.es Btfusrsi, ia vaiiinons, vaio, or if more
convenient, to Daoiel Will, Preaidentof the
Vinton County Bank, at MeArtkur, Ohio, of
a installment ol five dollars on each share
so subsoribed, within tea days of this date.
Au.iut 10. U71.
' a.McA.AC.ia.60.
dee I 1171.
Vlasnr Bitters are not Tile Fiincy
nnk, made ol Poor Rum, Whiskey, Proof
IplrlLS and Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced,
tad sweetened to please the taste, called
Tonics," "Appetlxera," Restorers," Ac.
lut lead the tippler on to drunkenness and
uln, but are a trie Medicine, made from the
lative roots and herbs of California, free from
ill Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the Great
Blood Purifier and a Life-giving Principle, a
Perfect Renovator and Invigorator of the Ste
am, carrying off all poisonous matter and
estoring tbeblood to a healthy condition, en
iching it, refreshing and Invigorating both
oind and body. They are easy of adminlstra
Jon, prompt In their action, certain In their
results, safe and reliable In all forms of disease.
No Person can take these Bitters ac
cording to directiuns, and remain longun well,
irovlded their bones are not destroyed by
nlneml poison or other means, and the Tltal
Kgant wasted beyond the point of repair.
Dyspepsia or inu.gesiion, ui-aiiucne, j
Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tight nest of thsvn
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations or UieStom
tch. Bad Taste In the Uouth,BillousAttacks,Pul
silaUonoftne Heart,Innammailouof the Longs,
Pain In the regions of the Kliluoya.and a hundred
Mher painful symptoms, are the offsprings of
Drape pais. In these complaints it kas no equal,
ind one bottle wlil prove a belter guarantee of
.la merits than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Complaint., Inyoungorold,
married or single, al the dawn of womanhood,
r the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so
lecided an Influence that marked Improve
ment Is bood perceptible.
For Inflammatory and Chronle
Rlieumati.nl and Cuut, Dyspepsia or Indi
gestion, liillous, Remit tent ami Intermittent
Fevers, Diaeascaof the Ulood.Livcr.Kidneys and
Bladder, these Bitters have been most successful.
Such Diseases arc caused by VltiatedBlood.whlch
ia generally produced by derangement of the
Ulirentlve urgans.
Tbey are a Gentle Purgative aa well
aa a Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit
)f acting as a powerful agent in relieving Con
gestion or luflamuiatluu of the Liver and Via
:eral Urgans and In Bilious Diseases.
For akin Ui.ea.es, Eruptlous, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, bpola, Pimples, Pustules, Bulla,
Ctrbuncles,Rlng-wonns,Sculd.Ilead. Sore Eyes
Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Dlscoloraiions of the
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of
whatever name or nature, are literally dug up
ind carried out of the gyatem In a short time by
the use of these Bitters. One bottle in fucIi coses
will convince the most Incredulous of their cur
ttlvc effects.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever
you find its Impurities bursting through the
Ikin In Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores ; cleanse It
when you And It otmiructed and sluggish In the
veins ; cleanse It when It Is foul ; your feelings
will tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and
the health of the system will follow.
Grateful Thousands proclaim ViNiruR
BiTTKRS the most wonderful liivlgorant Hint
ever sustnlned the sinking system.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms, lurking
In the iyalein of so many thousands, are effec
tually destroyed and removed. Says a distin
guished physiologist ; There is scarcely an indi
vidual ou the face of the earth whose body U ex
empt from the presence of worms. It Is not np
on the healthy elements of t ho body that worms
exist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy
deposits that breed these living moiiaters of
disease. No system of medicine, no vermifuges,
no anthelmintics, will free iho system from
worms like these Hitters.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged
In Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type
setters, Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they ad
vance In life, are subject to paralysis or tlio
Bowels. To guard against this, take a dose of
V, AI.IKR'S YlNEUAR HlTTKRg twice a WCek.
Bilious, Itenilttent, and Intermit
tent Fevers, which arc so prevalent In the
valleys of our great rivers throughout the I'nltcd
States, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio,
MissouriIllinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Ar
kansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke,
James, and many others, with their vast tribu
taries, throughout our entire country during
the Summer uud Autumn, and remarkably so
during seasons of unusual heat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, and other ab
dominal viscera. In their treatment, a purga
tive, exerting a powerful Influence upon these
various organs, Is essentially necessary. There
Is no cathartic for the purpose equal to D11. J.
Wai.ish'8 Vineoak Uittkiis, as they will
speedily remove the dark-colored viscid matter
with which Ihe bowels are loaded, at the same
llmesllmu.ating the accretions of the liver, and
generally restoring the healthy functions of tbe
digestive organs.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White Swell
ings, llcera, Erysipelas, Swelled neck. Goitre,
Scrofulous Innammatluus, Indolent Inllamma
lions. Mercurial Affections, Old Korea, Erup
Hons of the S 'n. Sore Eyes, etc., etc In these
is in all other t qstltutional Diseases, Wai.kkk's
Vinkoah Birr, ts have shown their great cura
tive powers In the most obstinate uud Intract
able cases.
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar
Bitters act ou nil these rases In a aimllur
manner. By purifying the Blood they remove
the cause, and by resolving away the eacctii of
the iuflammatlon (the tubercular deposits) the
irfeclcd puna receive health, and a penuauent
cure Is effected.
The properties of Dlt. WAI.XPH'S VtSEOAR
Bittkm are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carniln
itlve, yurltlom. Laxative, Diuretic, Seda
tive, Counter-irritant, budoriflc, Alterative,
ind Anti-Bilious.
The Aperient ind mild Laxative proper
ties of Dh. Walkkk's Vineoah Hittxhs are
the best safe-guurd In coses of eruptions and
malignant fevers, their balsamic, healing, and
nothing properties protect the humors of the
fauces. Their Sedative properties allay pain in
Ihe nervous system, stomach, and bowels, either
from Inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, etc.
Fortify the body again. t disease by
purifying all Its fluids with Vinkoah Hitters.
No epidemic can take hold of a system thus
Directions. Take of the Hitters on going
to bed at night from a half 10 one and one-half
wlne-glossfull. Eat good nourishing food, such
is beef-steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef,
ind vegetables, and take out-door exercise,
rtiey are composed of purely vegetable Ingre
ltenla, and contain no spirit.
k. h. Mcdonald a. co.,
Dmggists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Cal.,
A cor. of Washington and Charlton Sis., N. Y.
Tea years of nab
lie lest hits proved Dr
Crook's Wine of Tar tc
have more merit thnn
any similar preparation
ever ollered to the pub
lic. It Is rich in tin
BNjr'Viel medicinal qualities 01
zT vASSK Tnr. and uneaiml.'d foi
dlarnaes of the 'I hronl
and I.nnga, perform inn
cures. It ekfwtuai.lv
cures all tonulis and
folds. It lias cured sc
muny crises if A still. Ill
and Hronr hitlM, that 11
has liecn pronounced a
apeciflo fur tiieae com
pluints. For 1'iiIiisj iu
the Breast, Hide 01
naek.Uravel or Kid
ney Disease. Disease
Of the Urinary Orirrtaa. Jaundice, 01
any Liver Complaint it has no equal
It la ala superior Ton e,
Ketitore Ihe Appetite.
Strengthens Ihe Nyatem.
Restores the Weak and It billlated.
4'anaea the Fond lo Uiffeat,
Remove Dyapepaln and Indla-vallou.
Prevent Malarious Fevers.
Givea tone) to your ryateu.
Tht Pile, Tellow. Sicldy-Looklnf SHr
la chanced to one of freahneaa and lie.tith
j iiunv t it. . - - -
Patatailea, Blatches and F.raptions art
removed. Berofnlit)ertfiilsnB Ilcet
r the F.yeai, White Hwellina;, I'lerra
Old Sttree or any kind of Hnmor rapidl)
dwindle and disappear under ita Influence
in fact it will do yon more good, and curt
you more peedlly than any and all othei
preparations combined. tTUX St HI It la na
ture 'a own restorer I A soluble oxyd of I rot
nombtned with the medicinal properties a
Poke Boot divested of all disagreeable quul
Itlea It will cure any Chroale or Long
taadltiaT niaeawe wboae real or dlrec
eanaelsbsMlbleaMl. Rhettnstiavsi,Plnt
la Mm be or Bone,4'naUIUens
kea dowa by Mercurial or other poisons
are all cured bflL ForByphlll,or"yph
Hill taint, there ia nothing equal to It
A trial will prww It. AK FOR PR
Wk will furniab tbe Kecoid and the
CineinnAti Guette to (abecriberi t
13.50 per year
Aggassiz on the Origin of Species.
intellectual Unity Not a Material Connection.
Henceforth, ,what has been
called Ihe conflict between re
ligion and science will proceed
on somewhat altered condi
tions. If Achilles, instead of
remaining sullen in Iiis tent,
bad 6quarely gone over to the
Trojans, it may be considered
Jtubtful whether we should
now be writing "Ilium lull." A
chart pi .n of similar rank
amc ng he scit ntitts has given
an equivalent re-enforcement
to the theologians. A recent
ivc.nclud d lenes ol twtlve
lec uros by Trof. Agassiz, de
tailing the freshest scientific
knowledge about embryology,
and the process, of lile, sum up
With the following cmifiJeni
espres; i m of belief : "I I e ieve
th.t al! t'i. si correspoi.djnces
be' ween, the different aspects
of animal life are the roauifes
t..ti ns . of mind acting con
8c!o isly with intention toward
one object from beginning to
eid This view is -i.i accord
ance wiili the working of our
minds; it is anjinstinctive re
ognition oi mental power with
which 0 it ow n is akin, mani
Testing itself in nature. Fo
1 his reason more than any oth
er, perhaps, do I hold that this
world of ours is not the result
of the action ol unconscious or
ganic forces, but the work ol
aa intelligent conscious pow
We have not the lime, nor is
this the place, to follow the
sups ly which tin's eminent
original in'estig tor has at riv
ed, and carries hi pupils along
with him to tins landing place.
It i, however, important to re
mirk t h it they are each nnd
tll rigidly scientific, rarely
even trenching upon Ihe per
missible ground of seien lie
hypothesis, so freely traveled
over by the opposite school.
0; course Prof. Agnsslz's inter
pretation oi las own facts ha?
been and will be disputed, btr
liis position is so much llu
more strengthened by resting
upon the solid ground of obser
vation, lie dt es not depend
upon (Onj dure how a germ o
one dt s.ri t'on rmy possibh
liy a suppositions law develop
into somalliing different fron
is natural fruit, but he trice
the growth of the egg under
the miorotcnpe, and as Ihe re
suit ot liis studies, declarei
iliat there is rot the slightest
warrant for the Darwinian no
tion cf evolution. Nothing
femes out of the germ but
hat the germ inherited, and
consequently was given it at
ihe niinieiil of creation. Forii
will be observed that Prol
Aggssiz holds firmly to the old
'arhiontd I3ib!e theory thui
'1 lie round world and all there
in is,"' is the product of a con
scious mind, and that the
works of nature therefore ex
hibit anuintellectual unity,"in
stead of tbe "material connec
tion" which would follow the
process of natural selection
"The details fall apart," says
Agassiz, "the moment we try
test them," by any such connec
tion. "It is true, for instance,"
he continues, "that the embryo
of the present garpike resem
bles the fish of ihe Devonion
Period. But after all, this re
semblance is nothing , more
than a reminiscence, as it were,
of a pattern introduced ages
ago. Tbe embryo of our gar
pike has a norm of growth as
fixed and invariable as that ol
any other species. It lainlly
recalh the old fish giants, but
it never develops into anything
but the fish from which it s
born a species of very marked
and unmistakable specific char
acters, and very unlike this old
type ol the Devonian era."
As we have already said, it
is likely that battle will be
joined with Prof. Agassiz by
other men of Ecience, but there
are none of higher rank than
he as a patient .nd enterpris
ing observer, and there need be
do fear of his ability to sustain
himself. He is the stronger in
one point of view, from the fact
that he does not borrow a sin
gle weapon, or obtain even a
bint from theology, which 6kep
lical scientists consider it a
grievance to have brooght to
their notice. Iiis mightiest
weppon, both of attack and de
Journal OF Commerce.
Tub second installment, 250,
000,000 francs, on ths last
milliard of the war indemnity
was delivered to the German
Treasury on the 8th instant.
There now remains due to Ger
many but 500,000 francs, which,
in accordance with the treaty
signed at Berlin oa ihe 15th of
Murch last, is to be paid by the
5th of next September.
Flirtiso with fortune sarr
b in?. A thing indulged in by
a number of our citizens.
A Great Horror Done Away
Douse cleaning is a great hor
ror to nine meo out of every ten.
When the time comes the "men
folks," as a rule give the domes
tic hearth a "wide berth."
Oceans of suds the product of
tons of soap fairly flood every
part of the house. The women
from the mistress down labor as
they never worked before, and
what with the discomfort, the
smell of suds and the dampness,
und not unfrequently s'ekness,
the product of colds and over
woik, matters are generally disa
greeahle. The simple use of Sa
polio instead of soap does away
with all this discomfort. It lidit
ens the labor a hundred per cent,
beciufe it removes dirt, grease,
stains and spots, with hardly any
labor, with but little water and
one-tenth the usual time.
The Great Chill Medicine.
No other equal to it; it is un
rivaled. Dr. Wi thofi's great
Anti-periodic is the poor man'c
friend, because it is cheap, re
quiring small doses to cflVct a
permanent and complete cure.
It conns nearer Leing a speci
fic than any other medicine now
sold, is indor.-ed by the most
learned and skillful physicians in
the country.
It appeals to the common sense
of the people, becnuse of it3 ifii
c icy in the cure of chilis and fe
ver, enlarged spleen, billious fe
ver and others of miasmatic ori
gin; because of its permanent ef
lects in removing the cause or
neutralizing the tff 'Cts of malar
ious poison; and became of its
cheapue 8 which pLccS it in the
reach of every family. Buy it
and try it, and if, ofter closely
following the directions, a cure is
not effected, return to the dr. g
yists and demand your money
back again.
Lightning Cure.
The prompt relief afforded in
numerous cades by the use of Dr.
Trak s Magnetic Ointment has
not only persuaded people that
t contains magnetism, but they
call it the lightning cure.
In rheumatism, wandering
pains, neuralgia and irritability,
one application gives immediate
relief, and continued use will
usually accomplish a permanent
See advertisement in another
Holloway's Pills.
Let the pallid, broken down,
spiritless martyr to dyspepsia
and liver complaint hasten to ob
tain these pills. There is health
and life in them tor all thus
afflicted. Hold 78 fllaidrn I. an- t
N. Y. Price 25 cents per box.
Ask for new style; the old is
Farmeks shjuld not fail to ex-
a nine the patent farm gate for
whicn ueorge W. iirunton, Mc
Arthur, is the agent in this and
Jackson county. It is the best
and cheapest gate ever designed
for a farm, costing fifty per cent,
less than the old fashioned gate,
and is more durable, for it can
not fag. Examine it when you
are in McArthur.
Advertising reminds people of
things tbey had been wanting all
along, but had forgotten all about,
Simond's, Photographer, Chillioothe
gives careful attention to making cop
ies of otber pictures. Pictures may be
made ae large as life from the tiniest
lecket pietort, and made in every way
satisfactory by careful and jadiciou'.
coloring. Photographs frosi nature or
from other pictures colored in the best
styles in oil, water colors, crayon, pas
tel or iuk, at rates to suit all circum
If Too
Want a situation.
Want a servant EirU
Want to null a piano.
Want to sell a carriage,
Want to buy or sell a farm.
Want a boardinjr place.
Want to aell town property,
Want to sell (troceriea or drugs.
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry goods or carpets,
Want to Mnd customers for anything,
Advertising will gain new customers.
Advertising will keep old customers.
Advertising liberally always pays.
Advertising makes success easy,
Advertising begets confidence,
Advertising shows energy,
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertising means'biz,'
Advertise or "bust,"
Advertise long,
Advertise well,
Every merchant, manufacturer
or buBinets man who hat become
prominently rich, has made hit
fortune ly judiciout advertising
No exception to thit rule can be
cited! hlewarl, ihe Prince of
Merchant!, when a poor man, wat
driven lo adverliting, at a latl
retort, to get hit ttock turned into
money to at to meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if it wat
good for him in advertity, h
could make it it ill better in prot
perity, he became a persistent ad
verliser, and thut gained hit co
lottal fortune.
Some merchants say it is not worth
while to advertise; fur no porsnn read
advertisements; yet every merchant in
this county will read this advertise
ment, and if lie is wise he will proti
by its BtiL'gestinn, if he hnsanvthine t
nffer wrth advertising. How much
more then will those read them wh
are not so largely supplied w th rend
ing matter, nre nt leisure n the even
ing, and must depend on thtir paper foi
their local news, the most itrportrtn
item cf wliinh is where titer can fin.
just what they want when they c.une t.
town to mnitfi tneir purchases, if join
stock is so old, rusty, dusty, and out ot
style that it is worth 'ess, or if it is rut
down so that you have nothing left tint'
people would w nt, it is not wortl
while fur you to advertise. But if it is
new, fresh und sparkling, up to the
times, nnd such ns the people want,
ilon't 1 1 ill e them, but publiah to tit -world
that y.m liavo them, uxd wan.
to sell tlieiu at a fair price.
An advertisement published for a sin
j;le dnydues duty beyond that day
and its effect continues in a grpate
ratio than most men imagine. In tin
end it will make a man's nam') n per
manent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in ths miiir's of men itnti
it becomes more valuable tlinn am
corner lot in his locality.
If you lose a watch, a dug or a child
or if ynii desire people not to tru
your wife, you rush to your local pa
per, knowing that every one will rem
the advertisement lint you will pin.
along in business year after year, with
out calculating how much yon nre los
ing by not advertising it Rf porter
If those persons who profess to be
lieve that newspaper advertisement,
are not rea J by tho publ o wish to hr
convinced of their erri.r, just let them
tivo publicity to some mutter thex
would notcire to divulge to the world,
even in the most obscure corner of n
country paper, and see whnt notoriety
they would soon attain. Advertiter't
Advebtisiso is apt to give ns tlia
gentle jog ol conscience which tells Ur
that we want a new suit of clothes for
Sundny, or that we promised our wife
a new dress es soon as the hay was in
Perhaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to mark this passage and lay
the paper upon her liualiand's break
fast plate. Who will say that adver
tising will not yetoiviliie (he world!
War do people read advertisements?
To see whti is enterprising and to lenrn
what ia trnin? nn. Tn an if than. i.
anything new, or anything that they
want, io see n tne season s style
have come in. and t finrl nt h t,..
them. To know if any one is selling
on at reuucea rates, or to watch the
chance of an auction. For amusement
To eatisfv curiosty. Because they
have read all the stories, mnrriages,
births, deaths, locals and accidents.
Because they want to. Because they
can't help it Ohio Stale Journal
Ths power of priut Is well known.
but not well understood. A printed
sentence has a wonderful advantage
over one that is written or spoken.
This is one of the many reasons which
gives an importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those of experience,
do not comprehend aa well as they
might the capacity to influence, to per
suade, to convince, whioh lies in print
ed matter. Spoken words require the
graces of elocution and the force of
eloquence, yet even then fade away in
tn nothingness if not caught in their
flight and printed. But there is some
thing in the silent langnage, the quiet
assertion and the sense of permanence
about printed matter whiob give it a
marvelous force and influence. Busi
ness men should never permit them
selves re- loose sight of what mav ba
accomplished by a persevering wee of
mo priming presses, jjearn to adver
tise, and then the "how, when and
where", ot hV and you win hare a
knowledge worth having.
f, Brjj your J
- r - I : boots and ;
V.eXji I Bhoeaof I.W.
mfj-SKl WILSON, at, .
fjt g-M Ham Ian, who ',
tfVaCsTal manufactures ;
VrTTV-Jt ,3rSJB aoi .lasts e ,
vsarXTt'IIr eia'a'r ' 2
VSyVi tnoae articles.
gVllDf tention given 7
IX VH.T.Helmbold7
Is the only Known Remedy fnr Brlclit'i Dis
ease and has cured every caao uf Diulii-tcs in
which It has Wii Riven, Irritation of tliuNccic
of the Bladder and Inllanimatlun nf the Kiilneya,-,
Ulceration of the Kidneys and lllatlilrr, H. ten
tlon of Urine, Diseases of thn Prostate Gland,
Stone In the Blitliler. Gravel, Brick Dut Dr-poslt,
and Mucona or Milky Diachari;ea, and fnr En
feebled and Delicate Conatitutioiia of both Sex.-,
alti-ndcd with the following ayniptnma: Lf
of Power, Loss of Memory, Difflcnlty of Breath
Ine Weak Nerves, Wakvfulneaa, Fain in tlio
Back, Fluahlngof ihe lloily, Eruption ou the Face,
Pallid Countenance, Laaaitude of I lie Syatem, ctrj
I' icd by pi-nons in Ihe decline or rhsniro .1
life; sfter confinement or labor pains, bed-wit-tins;
in children, etc.
In msny affection, peculiar to Indies, the Ex
tract Bucnu la nnrqiialed liy any other remedy
At In Chloroala or ltetenli.in, Irregularity, l'uin
fulneaaorSuppresalonof Customary Evnr.iuitioiiay
Ulcerated or Schimia statu of tho Uterus, Lett--enrrho?a
or Whites, Sterility, and for all com
plaints Incident to tlio sex. It is nrcacriht-il
extensively by the moet eminent Plivticlnns and,
Mldwivea for enfeebled and delicate constltu'
lions of both sexes and all ages.
Pr Ditam Afinj from lprvdtnctt
Jlibili of ViuirmUm, Etc., In all their ttngce, at
little expense, little or no change in diet, 110 In
convenience, and no exposure. It causes a fre
quent detire, and gives strength to urinate,
thereby removing Obstructions, Treventkig amf
Coring Strictures of the Urethra. Allaying Pain
and Inflammation, 10 frequent in this claas of dis
ewes, and expelling all poisonous matter.
11.00 per bottle or six bottles for $5.00, deliver
to any addresa, aectire from observation. Sold by
druggists ctery where. Prvpsred hy
KEAltNEY I'O., 104 Dunne St.N. Y.
tn whom all letters r-' .formatlou should be
Bo Chargi for Advice and Ovmaltatica.
Dr. J. B Vyvtt. Cradunteof J ffrrnm iU'H'nt
Cotl'Ot, Philadelphia, author uf v.-veral valonlilo
works, can be conaultcd m all diaea.es of thn
Sexual or Urinary Organs, (which In hua modi
in especial study), either in male . r feinaii', n .
matter from what raueo originating, or of linvr
long standing. A pruclicu of 0 years enables
bim to treat diacaacs with tucce.s. Cure, punr
auteed, Cliargi-a reaaonalle. Thoau at a ilia
tonce cna furward letter tlrrrrililntf ryuipinms,
and enclo.lng ataini to prrpuy p.iamge.
Scud for the u.tnit tn llm ih. Price in cent.-.
i. B. 1)1 UT T, M. II., I'hyalcian and Surycon,
101 Utwue SU, Wow York.
Dr. Traak was engaged for twenty years In
coarse of experimanta upon the medical prop,
erties and power of vegetables, sepsrste and
combined. At the age of seventy years he suc
ceeded in presenting to the world, aa thercanlt
ot his experiments, a combination ot Vegetable
extracts, the power of which In removing dis
eases ia unequaled in the armals of Medicine.
Mia discovery consist In a combine,
tlonof these powerful Vegetable Extracts with
Bioctricity or Magnetism in tne form ef an Olnt.
Certain. It Is. that the rcmarksble and
anprecedented soccaas whicb has attended its
application in the care of diseases, sumps It st
once as the greatest discovery of the age, and
calls for a trial and close investigation of its
14 sever falls, while there remains enf.
Sclent life to restore a natural and healthy ac
tion to the capillary vessels of the body, snd
equalize the circulation of tho blood. By this
means a controlling power is gained over the
most malignant forms of disease, which cannot
be obtained from any other remedy.
Such le the sowar ot thlaeomblna
ttaa, that it penetrates to every portion ol
the human frame; every bone and muscle, vein,
nerve and ligament is searched oat and made
Jynalble of Its purifying and healing Influence.
Hence it copes as readily with internal as ex
temai disease.
Nanaeroaa Inatanrea are an record
where this remedy hss restored health to pa-ti-
s so near the grave that the most powerful
- -rual remedies failed to produce any effect.
Such has frequently been the case in Inflamma
tion of the Bowels.
Ne pal lent ewer neesT efle with this
disease where tbe MaeneUc Ointment can be ob
nTaa laSasamatavv TJ mm m. . t b
tikis Ointment in the moat complete remedy ever
sveparea. ror inpnineru or rauia Bore Throat.
It ia unrivaled.
a Blaetr-nlne rasea oat sf ss
hondred. it will afford entire relief to the worst
eases of Nervous Headache In thirty minute.
For Nervona Alaeaaea this medicine la
Of Immense valne.
. Aaeetlttne of the Splere, Rhenmatiam,
Lameness. Ulcerated Bore Throat, Bronchitis,
Plenrisv. Croua. Colic Cholera Morbna. litna In
the Face or Breast. Bums, Scald Head, 8crorala.
oaii noearo, nrysrpeise, innamea fires, ir ever
Sores, Sores, etc.. will be Immediately relieved
by the nae of Dr. Trask's Magnetic Ointment
u. luaaoa, dor at u., nopra, nooalo, W.T.
"euLO nt wgcbixj," "oooo xoivna,"
sranta ixowirs - "lumtrn nowxas,"
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kwia n. trxtrnc writs lv tm wimav emus-.
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AKNT evfry. here Instil our new and
WAN I'ED to sell our new aol novel em- ,
broHlertua- machine, send tor illu-tralad elr-'
wilav, to Use McKee Manufacturing Company, 4
0readwsy,ew Tork. Xmyam

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