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THE DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1891.
THE NORTHWEST
, New Advertisements.
Saar A lUlsler-Loas!
D J Wllaoe-DrT Woods.
Mary (Haas Local.
Mm R a Hbumo-Loral.
M Donnelly Probata NoUoa.
l Brans I.
Varde J
r 4 DBdinc-ilattntaf Appotameat.
E t Deekar-Bberta' Sail.
Dr. Blseloe Dantlslry.
George Hhn Clotblnf.
Tbrodora Boar Local.
Brailey Wat Palour sod Ortlner.
l)t J Wilson Local
A COW THAT GIVES BLACK MILK
lUfiltr ItoMt f M OtUnlw Wall PU
m4 and Reepeetable Bavin.
Rupert Hansboroujrh,o CMllIcoths,
(X, is the possessor of a natural curi
osity in the chape of a cow which,
gives black millc. Of mixed breed,
Jersey and Durham, with a strain of
Ayrshire, she was calved on the farm
and was the second born to her moth
er, whose milk presented ro peculiar
ity, and whose first calf, a heifer, too,
still (rives an abundance of natural
tinted milk.
MoUie, as she is called, is a pretty
little cow, with nothing: . unusual in
her appearance, and has borne al
ready five young, which have thriven
well on her black millc. It produces
& fair amount of cream, which is a
trifle lighter in color, and which when
churned makes butter resembling
. coal-tar, and as palatable as though
of golden yellow. Mr. Hansborouga
says that at first they were afraid to
drink or use the milk in any way. but;
overcoming their prejudice, now en
joy it as any other.
He has received numbers of offers
for her, both from the proprietors of
. museums and stockmen, but declined
them from hopes that she will yet
transmit her peculiarity to some of
her progeny. Chemists' in Richmond
and Washington have analyzed her
milk, both fresh and when made into
butter, but declare that they can de
tect nothing to account for its sable
color, but attribute it to some unique
coloring pigment in the corpuscles of
her blood.
A Wonderful Cloak.
Another marvelous piece of mech-
anism has recently been exhibited in
Paris. It is an eight day clock, and
chimes the quarters, plays1 sixteen
tunes, playing three tunes every hour,
or at any interval required, by sim
plv touching a spring. The hands go
as follows: One once a minute, ' one
once an hour, one once a week, one
onoe a month, and one once a year.
It shows the moon's age, rising and
setting of the sun, the time of high or
low tide, besides showing half ebb
and half flood. A curious device rep
resents the water, showing ships at
high-water tide as if they were in mo
ttda, and as it recedes leaves them,
high and dry on the sands. The
clock shows the hour of the day, the
day of the week, the day of the
rqonth, and the month of the year.
The mechanism is so arranged that
it makes its own provisions for long
and short months. It also shows the
signs of the zodiac, equation, and the
difference between sun and railroad
time for every day in the year.
Ma Pmraall a a riTwriat.
Mr. Parnell Is knowa to a good
aany Australians in a character la
to bach he has never figured on the
ortnera side of the equator that ot
iramatio author. For more than five
years a pUy entitled "Shamrock
Green, by Charles Stewart PvnU,
Esq., M.P.," has enjoyed prodigious
(avor amongst provincial audiences
In the colon let. The lucky exclusi ve
proprietor of this piece boasts of hav
ing already . netted 5.000 by it,
Whether rvnt event will add to or
diminish its popularity remains to be
teen. Its proprletor-aa Irishman, by
the way has never ventured to pr
duce it in Melbourne or. Sydney,
doubtless from a shrewd suspicion
that the dramatio critics of those
capitals would want to know some
thing more about Its history and ante
sedents than the bald announcement
on the play-bills that 'Mr. Parnell
wrote this play when a young man at
tollege." Provincial pressmen are
not so unpleasantly skeptical, and the
Irish men and women of the interior
(owns consider it a patriotic duty to
roll up in their hundreds to see "Mr.
ParneiTs play."
We. are Canaarahlp I Needed.
A noble of high standing in St
Petersburg made a bet that by adver
tising the merest nonsense he could
get monev sent to him from all partsl
of the empire. He inserted an ad-l
veruseme." la ins papers vast lur me
turn of one ruble he would forward
the sender a powder which, if put in
lukewarm water, would breed a dozen
if chicks. Rubles were sent to him
by the thousand. He won the bet,
but he had to pay an equivalent in
returning the ruble to the senders,
and giving them a piece of advice.
This story is circulated in the Russian
papers by way of justifying the strict
vitrilance ol tne censor over every
line of advertising as well as reading
matter that goes to press.
To Gat Oat of Parliament.
Members of the British Parliament
are notallo wed by law to resign, but can
become inengiDie Dy accepting some
office under the Government They
thus escape parliamentary service by
accepting Chilton Hundred, a nominal
office. When a member, wishes to
withdraw he applies for the Chilton
Hundreds, which is granted as
matter of course. He ceases to hold
a seat and the next day resigns his
new office. This expedient was de
vised to enable members to leave the
public service and yet prevent a whole
sale resignation.
Qaiek raatal Delrwy.
In Paris a pneumatic postal card
reaches Its destination between an
lour and an hour and a half after
mailing. A similar card in Berlin is
delivered within 35 or 40 minutes
after vailing: Since the inaugura
tion of a new system of postal wagons
for emptying the mail boxes in Ber
lin, an ordinary city letter reaches
its destination in anhonr after leaving
the hands of the sender.
Lines Dedicated to Mr. and Mrs.
B. Showman on the death of
Homer.
Monro not parents for your loved one.
Though he puaed from earth ao eoon,
Though hie sbip In port baa anchored
'Ere life's morning changed to noon.
Be la spared the many sorrows
That vera lurking In hla way,
AH toe suffartoa and the trlala
That would meet him erery day.
Far too bright forearth'a dark prison ;
God hath taken him awaT,
And to hearen he now Invites yon,
There to rest In endless day.
Yield thy eorrow to thy maker.
Think he doth all thtDCH well.
Thenahall eomfort, pare and holy,
In thy stricken bcaom aweii.
Sfataal Life laiaraate for Caw.
Ashland. Ky., has a mutual life in
uraoia for cows. On the death of a
cow ot a member the of association all
the owners of the cows belonging to
the company are assessed $1 apiece,
and the loser receives 30, which
enables him to buy another cow.
Dk, GEO. R- TEEPLE,
oanin a a adc ATI or no
Ontario Veterinary College, Toronto,
Canada,
TBI ATS alt disraaee of aorMO and tattle. Of
Soe la Sear at Balale J's draf store.
Oertrbosa. Boot
COMPOUND
IMaMi at Cottoa Boot. Tasty sad
Heanvraral- raoset dknorcsT fry
old DhTtMlaa. Is mmwmym
awHia(, fclacwal. fJiJTtE?Z
aaedLadiea, aak yw dnwt w CWkl
Cottoa Boot Coaipoand aad take ao amaalllnU,
orloeaS siap7roTeled rf1i-.
dra fond LlL CossaJrl. 11 ITa
Block, 131 Woodward sra Detroit. atfca
w
2h2. fiCHOOLSHORTHANO.
Skilled teachers. Thorough work. Miern meth
ods. Low expenses. SO per cent of -aduates in
good positions. Commercial, Snortnnrd, Type
writing and practical EngHsh Courses. For Cat,
logue, addreaa ILUMeredith. Prin Sanduaky.q
Subscribe for the Northwest, $1.60
Lena.
OBITUARY.
THE MARKETS
kdwibm. jonn A. Jtawara waa uom ap'
till! died rabrnar Srd. 1891. aged S years, 10
months. . .
Th djuMMMi la ttiA eon of Roval ana mien aa
wards. He leaves a kind father, a loving mntner,
three dear brothers, a sister and a hoat o' relatives
and friends and young asaootateg to mourn their
loss. The deceased has been an Invalid and suffer
.... A iimrili r.. aiirht vnara. He bore his
affllotion well. He was kind to every body. Funeral
services were condaeted by Bev. T. H. Cam; bell.
The wlnllnfr sheet mnst fold his limbs.
And theooffln holda him faat;
Thla day he's seen by all his friends,
And this must be the last.
Eaaca
CABD OF THANKS. -
w extend am- sincere thanks to the many friends
who so ktndly gave their assistance in the late 11 1
nose and death of our dear son.
Ha. AHD MBS. KOTAL JtDWABDS AHD I Au.i.
jUroiaoK.'O., Feb. 11. 1890
Provision Market.
Oonectedweekly by A. Bradley.
ft 101X2125
Apples, green per ou 06
Applea, dried per jgao
Beeswax.-...-. " " lMb
Butter -x ig
Eggs per aoxeu - u
Houc - 7
tsxd 75
Onions pur btt new - M
Potatoes .- 100O200
Beans per b u a 15
Halt.Coarae Bock, per bbl
Balt,eommon, per bbl...- . infljjs
Salt .Fine rable.pe sack.
Meat Market.
Corrected wecitiy oy -Pickled
pork...,.- ""
bmokednaoon
Smoked shooluera
Smoked banw ' """
Beef, front quartirt
Heel, mno quari"
Chiekena, live S2 ...
Turkeys, live i
Docks perm
Oeeaeeaoh
Veal oalves
Sheep per besd
Hldea, green
Sheep belts
Corn beef Der lb......
Dressed Bogs... ..
. dressed.,
..dressed. ,
8 10
10 '
08
12
4
, 10
. i
50006
. 4 0006 00
.100&SOO
844 4
. 80O100
8
tm
You can Save at Least 25 Cents a Week to Invest in Stock of
The Uaiimee Valley Savings
' AND
1,0 jV" COMPANY,
THE HOME SAVINGS BANK
OF THE PEOPLE !
Your money invested there will earn for you 8 per cent, divi
dends. 25 cents pays the assessment each week on $100
of Stock. You may take as much stock as you please.
See Wlint is Said ol Sucli Companies
Loan AasoruTioirs.-One of the greatest blessings of modern times, one of the most efficient aide la era
attng and dittuainggeneral prosperity In any community, la found in building and loan assoelaUoaa. II
Is not so muoh in the returns they make to their mem here ; there are ways in wtaloh capital In balk auy M
j i .i i . i, i. in th. uu. nf thia mithmi of inYMuwBt. Deoosita are always
safe in a legitimately organized loan association, but they are no leas aafe In a good savings bank. It is
not even In the aaalatance they give to members In erecting homes of their own , though this ia ao great S
good to the individual and to the community that It alone would be reason enough lor their exuianca.
The chief value of loan asocistious Is that they create the habit of saving and of In veiling ths s orpins
saved. The fundamental idea in these organisations is that they shall be a place in which very email sums
can Be deposited at atated frequent times. They atfoid to wage workers the oppotunity af putting oa , de
posit the dollar, or two, or three, which may be all t bat can be spared from a week'a earnings, and watch,
if not thus deposited, would melt away, leaving nothing in its place. From the Toledo Bea efjan.17,
1891.
Our Balance Sheet for 1890 shows that the Company
made oyer 11 per cent, for that year.
9" Fall information will be cheerfully given by any of the officers of ths Company.
OFFICERS:
OEOBtJE HILDRKD, President. B. C. HA AO, Vice President,
j B. VAN CAMPEN, J r.Secrelary. C. H. UIDLET, Treasurer.
W. w. UiaroiLL, Attorney.
BOARD OP DIRECTORS:
S. C. HA AO,
T. C. CLE WELL,
D.C.BROWN.
Hf-Officeof the Company at preaent in Campbell A Van Oampen's Otfice. fWDnt payable each M0n-
day from 4 to 8 o'clock, p. m.
Tju can draw out yonr money and the d vldenls it bas earned at any time on two weeks' notloe.
GEORGE HItrRED,
JAMES DONOVAN,
Vary Rich, Indeed.
Impecuuious Prince "Is Miss Bul
lion verv rlcn?"
Friend "Vorv. Why, prince, aha
has enough money in her own right to
pay up ail your debts and still have
nough lelt to buy her wedding trous
seau." ;
"Ueart Failure." 4&a
The Iowa board of health notifies
the physicians of that State that here
after he.art failure" will not be ac.
oepted 40 a sufficient return ot ths
"cause ot death" in the certiorates
required by the statute,
8wABDir. Abigail Swarden, nee Parker, wife of i.Rye---
roaeph Bwarden. was Dorn in tniumoian. ouumj,
).,Dec. Slst. 1838, aid died In Henry county, O.,
Ian. 81t, lttl ; age 5T years, 1 month and 10 days, j
The deceased was united in holy matrimony to
ler now bereft husband Deo. 84th, 1868. This
inion was blessed with several children, of whom,
ill but one daughter, prceded the mother to the
plrit world.
Sister Swarden was a consistent christlsn laay,
uid a member of th Evangelical Association for
nore than JO years,
hi. i ..... . nnM, lh,l 1am m. nrmw-atriCKen
. i a , tt hn,th.N. 9. atatitra and manv i White lime.
other relatives, bat not as oue without hope being I Water lime....
r .. . .iki. a aa jhn din in 1 KMianne nlaster....
IU11T OOUSClWUH.ua "iiiwemi bid .. ; ; . 1 ' .
the Lord." May these sorrowing friends pre" P'piw''rPa'
. , . tha Ala. Rnnkwheatner sack
tressed. The mysterionsness of Divine Providence
it times is past finding out, but tne promise ia w
"All things woik together for good to those
who love God; to them who are the called accord
ing to his purpose." May the berefta look through
the clouds of sorrow and behold the silvery light.
Funeral services by the writer. A. F. B.
Flour. Peed and Grain.
Corrected wceklyby J. Koller Cot
Wheat, No. 9. Bed
Corn uer vt.. ...-..
Jfew Corn .., "
Oats
Buckwheat
Roller's No. 1 flourpersaok...
No. 2 flour
Roller's No. 8 flour per sack.
Rye flour per sack
Boalted meal per sack ....
Corn and oats chops per cwt...
Bran per owt ......
Salt per nt)l
Buckwheat per sack
Corrected by"H. H. Vocke & Bro
94
70
68
05
40
40
1 40
1 IB
80
85
80
1 ao
9
1 00
5S60
1 4(1
I SO
80
as
04
Miles' Nerve & Wver Pills
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the nerves.
A. new discovery. Dr. Mills' Pills apeediiy
oure billiousneRs, bad taste, .torpid liver,
..Mlinn TTnnnnHlnd for men.
women, children. Smallest, mildest, surest!
Wheat.No.S .
Wheat, No.B
Corn per owt
Corn New"
Rye and Oats
Napoleon Mills, Gem
Napoleon Mills, Gem
Bye rionr per aaca.
Flour persaok low grade......
Bolted Meal per sack
Bran perowt -
Oats and corn obop percwi " 9neh,a
New York Salt per bbl mm
1 40
5 60
1 10
1 10
2P
80
120
Screenings, chop per owt...
Buckwheat....;
ulnh!ran aalt nerbbl-
wnnKwbpet flour pr !..
For WEAK and DEBILITATED MEN.
h NEW
DISCOVERY!
-BY-
DR. ALBERT.
TESTICURA
EXTERKOSUFJ
FTEB yeara of experience) In the leavellng Hoapttala of tka World.
L and as a Private aBeelallat In tne treatment Ssiaal Weak,
neae, DB. ALBBRT baa Anally been Induced to place before OM
nuueteel at a noauaaima safw'l
WONDERFUL REMEDY 1
53
TESTICURA
EXTERNOSUFil
For ths Core of
Seminal Weakness, Ira
potency, Nocturnal
Emissions, Varicocele,
and Lack of
V Development J
3
r TESTICURA
EXTERNOSUM
Applied direct to the
parts. No Nauseous
Drags that Ruin ths.
Stomaoh.
Guaranteed Gars, or .
Money Refunded.
as
I
)W-A PERFECT RESTORATION GUARANTEED.
Sent to any part of the IT. S., aoeorely paaked, free from obsr-
vtlloa, upon receipt 01 .vw.
1 .w;
arna. infnraiaitlon. addreaa aneloainsc 4 cents postage.
The ALBERT MEDICAL DISPENSARY. Cleveland. O,
IEADACI1E 5 rJEURALGIA
Ten nowders in a box. Price, as cents by mail
' '.navHnrr. upnifilt.milPiHT
LOCAL AGENTS WANTED,
5 WEST MITH 8TBKKT, CINCINNATI. OHIO.
03STE PRICE CLOTHIIIiTO- S3IOXJSE
Ml X
GEORGE HAHN,
IK OEDEE 10 ESTABLISH OUE SYSTEM OP STEIOTLT
Mctly
. ONE
PRICE
TO ALL!
and
a C3 ca
Our entire Stock is now being MARKED DOWN. Although we have
always heretofore sold goods at exremeiy iow
We will guarantee to sell you goods LOWER than any other House
in .n ntxr rf TCTn.-nnl finn Our entire stock
XXX UX1V JVJ JJL XlM)wNw.
PRICES
the
JLAy tt A5
TP?
WF,
km W
MAiiiri nnvH every garment i
1
Strictly
ONE
PRICE
OUR PRICES GUARANTEED THE LOWEST AND
PRICE TO ALL !
We have already received a large stock of New
" ' .a -. ' P'""l'"V PI
Y
U 1 ivrvirj JL
OM
MT tb MLab,. .asjaau.. M
C3 1
Come in and see them and you wffl be convinced that we are posi
tnvfilv selling eroods at extremely low prices.
1 1 ,-" I to
N.2BaMi af
IFexx3r Street, Opposite .-C, Sa-ui Co's Ban3s.
and
PRICES
the
LowesT

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