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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, 0., DECEMBER 5, 1895.
GIVE AWAY A fltmpk Package (4 to 7 doses) el Dr. Pierce's. Pleasant Pellets To any one sending name end address to ms on a postal card. ONCE USED THEY ARB ALWAYS IN FAVOR. Hence, our object in sending them out broadcast sa. OAT TRIAL. m. They absolutely cure Sick Headache, Bil iousness, Constipation, Coated Tongue, Poor Appetite, Dyspepsia and kindred derange ments of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels. Don't accept some substitute said to be "just as good." The substitute costs the dealer less. It costs you ABOUT the same. HIS profit is in the "just as good." WHERE IS YOURS f Address for Freb Saupije, World's Dispensary Medical Association. Ho. 663 Main Si, BUFFALO, Ji K Democratic Northwest. AND HENET COUNTY HEWS. "Little Bii.lee'' Chandler would be amusing if he were not so imperti nent. Chicago has a beer trust, but it wasn't organized to sell beer on trust. Not on your life. Perhaps it was the slim attendance at his lectures that made ex-Senator Ingalls sick. Tom Reed concluded to throw over board all superfluous articles, includ ing that comical moustache, before the storm begins. From A FiutHay Mother. "Having used Dr. Hand's Colio Care for my baby, I can folly recommend it. I have used a great many raediolnes for baby ool-o, and none have flobe so much good. I will hereafter nse no other remedy for oonoirv babies. Mrs. L. Tanner, Findlay, Ohio. ' Dr. Hand's Colio Cure, Dr. Hand's Teeth ing Lotion and all of Dr. Hand's Remedies lor Children sold by all druggists lor 2fio Senator Sherman will never be satisfied until he has killed off a few more Republican candidates by tell ing the truth about them. Eugene Debs should beware of the talking habit, or people will be ex pressing regret that he was let out of prison. Anything that is novel goes in New York City. Its latest fad is a ten-year negro girl evangelist. John Sherman sticks to it that he wrote the truth, and rubs it in by saying he is g'ad he wrote it. Strange to say the same thing that gets President Cleveland the most abuse is also his most admired trait his strong will; obstinacy, if you please. According to a recent Spanish roy al decree, American syndicates engag ed in mining in Cuba are to pay no taxes for 20 years. The French say "it is the impos sible that happens." This has prov ed to be the case with the Mount Lebanon Shakers. The whole scien tific world has been laboring to cure dyspepsia, but every effort seems to meet with defeat. The suffering from stomach trouble has become almost universal. Mulitu.les have no desire for food and that which they do eat casues them pain and distress. Sleep less nights are the rule and not the exception, and thousands of suffers have become discouraged. The Shakers of Mount Lebanon re cently came to the front with their new Digestive Cordial, which con tains not only a food already digest ed, but is a digester of food. It promply relieves nearly all forms of indigestion. Ask your druggist for one of their books. Laxol, the new Castor Oil, is being used in hospitals. It Is sweet as honey. Jamer G. Blaine; Also, of Maine; Twice sat in the Speaker's chair, But the Presidency he never got there. The report that Sarah Bernhardt has been offered a fabulous sum by a publisher for her autobiography is probably a theatrical lie. If truth fully written the book could not be publicly sold. The annual report of the director of the U. S. Mint states the case strongly, but truthfully when it says that our present money system is "as inconsistent, illogical, and expensive as can well be imagined," but as it is a Republican system this Congress isn't likely to better it. Hon. John Wanamaker has again called atttention to his liberality as a campaign contributor, which not only seems to advertise the profitable na ture of his private business but gives notice of his willingness to buy fur ther political honors. Therb are Republicans who think Mr. Ben Harrison might pat in bit time booming foreign missions more satisfactorily than io chasing another nomination. The shrewdest spiritualistic fakir is no match for the New York IleraU when it comes to uncovering frauds conducted in the name of spiritualism, but it takes a jail sentence to convince some of them. The report of the Commission sent by Congress to investigate the Nica ragua canal may prove a death blow to that scheme, as it declares the dig ging of the canal to be impracticable- The arrival of Japanese drummers in the United States is no joke. Tbey are soliciting orders for many sorts of manufactured goods at unheard of prices. Mit. Ben Harrison has organized a double-end fighting machine one end will fight to get the nomination for him, and the other to keep it away from Reed or McKinley. If the Assistant Postmaster Gen erals ought to be made permanent of ficials, by being put under the civil service rules, why not the Postmaster General and also the President? No, Mr. Wilson, we do not agree with you. There has been too much civil service rules and not enough rotation iu office, under the present adminis tration; and that's one of the reasons Democratic voters stayed at home and the Republicans are again partial- ly on top. OHIO AGRICULTURAL EX PERIMENT STATION. Experiments In Cattle Feeding. Newipsi. Bollet'n No. 158 Bulletin 60 of the Ohio Experiment Station gives the result of the experi ments in feeding steers, made during the late winter and spring months of 1894 and 1895, in which 47 three- year old cattle were fed a period of five months, being finally finished on grass and sold in the Pittsburg market. These cattle were grade steers of mixed breeding, and would rank as quite ordinary feeding cattle. The average increase during five months Was a little less than two pounds per day and the cost of this increase was about eight cents per pound, but this cost would have been considerably more than covered by an advance in price of one cent per pound on the original line weight, an advance con siderably smaller than the average to be expected from the statistics of past markets. The bulletin contains a chapter on the chemistry of cattle feeding, with tables and formulae for the calcula tion of rations, and a discussion of the value of the manure obtained in feed ing with tables showing the relative manurial and feeding value of the feeding stuffs in ordinary use. Tnese experiments indicated a con siderable advantage in feeding gulten meal, rather than linseed oil meal at the prices for the two feeding stuffs then prevailing; gulten meal giving, apparently, as good results, pound for pound, as old process oil meal, and being considerably lower in price. The finishing of beeves on grass, when this finishing period did not ex tend beyond six weeks, was attended with considerable loss, the cattle kept in the barn and barnyard until the 10th or middle of June making a bet ter gain than those which were turn ed on grass the first of May, although the grazing steers were still fed all grain they would consume, which amounted to nearly as much as that eaten by the steers kept at the barn. The result shows a wide range in the productiveness of different cattle, the 11 poorer', steers requiring 50 per cent more food for a pound of increase than the 11 best ones. Even the poor est steers yielded a handsome profit, however, it the manure made is valu ed at the market price of its fertiliz ing constituents, as such constituents EXTRACTS FINE! FLAVORS! AT LOW PRICES. Oval Bottle. Green Isabel. Sold Everywhere. Made only by The Royal Remedy k Extract Co., I DAYTON, O. EiOTjaaasaaajsaaazsKBazHHsa y fllfGrf ThelargestPiece of Good tobacco EVER SOLD FOR B urns Please Pay particular attention to these few lines they may . interest you. Pond's Extract is so universal a remedy that you know of it and its uses well, but so many crude imitations are on the market, that a warning against the use of anything but the genuine Pond's Extract is necessary. Pond's Extract is absolutely pure, antiseptic and anodyne, and may be used with safety and efficacy, externally or internally. Accept nothing but the genuine with buff wrapper and yellow label. POND'S EXTRACT CO.. are sold in Ohio in the form of com mercial fertilizers. Cure far Headache. As a remedy for all forms of Headache Electrio Bitters has proved to be the very beat. It effects a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual eick headaobes yield to its influence. We urge all who are afflict ed to procure a bottle, and dive this remedy a f alrtrial. In case of habitual constipation Eieotrio Bitterg cures by. giving the needed tone to the bowels, and few oases long resist the nse of this m dioine. Try it onoe. Large bottles only Fifty cents at D. J. Hum phrey's Drug Store Napoleon, Ohio. CRADLE SONQ. The crickets In the comer sing. O'er farm and field the shadows creep, Their homeward way the bwrUows wing, The Bun is setting in the deep, The squirrels seb their leafy hold, The fox is in his hollow tree, And, hnddled in their silent fold. The downy lambkins sleeping bo, The little bird within his nest Eath hid his little head in rest, . And soon, oh, soon The dreamy moon Will sail along the fleecy west. The day is done, The night begun ; To sleep, my drowsy little one. Bnt when at break of day we see The spider weaving at his loom, The soaring lark above the lea, f , The bee amid the clover bloom, When frisking baby squirrels wake And sip the leaves of morning dew, When baby foxes from the brake Do prowl the thorny hedges through, ' When on the meadow sweet with hay The white and early lambkins play. And, Bweot and cool, O'er plain and pool, Bloweth the breeze of coming day, Thon, too, shalt rise To sunny skies, And open wide thy baby eyes. Rowan Stevens 4n Youth's Companion.' NO GOOSEBERRY PIE FOR HER. The Old Lady Had a Dinner That Sur prised the Knowing Gamblers. The old lady entered a restaurant which, rightly or wrongly, is known as the resort of the gay and careless. She was typically countrified in appearance, her spectacles resting on the bridge of her nose, her hat being old fashioned and her gait and general attitude those of one fresh from the little farmhouse. Without, however, any sign of halt ing confidence that was to be expected of a stranger to city ways, she sat down at the most conspicuous table in the room. A snrly looking short card play er, who, although it was 0 o'clock in the afternoon, was just getting his break fast, stared at her with curiosity. Two dejected turf gamblers, prevented from attending the races on that day by bad luck on the day before, .who were solac ing themselves with strong waters and who hadn't Broken to each other for When Baby was tick, we gave her Castoria. When the vai a Child, she cried f er Gastorla, When she became Hiss, she clung to Castorla, When she had Children, she gave them Castorla fLaER. .Or 53 76 Fifth Av&. New Vork, naif ail' nour, observed her with slight smiles. "Weil, now," saw one, "that s a fnnny old girl to see in here. I remem ber seeing her kind in country towns when I was in the show business. I'll gamble on what she'll order. ' She'll have gooseberry pie and milk, and she'll eat the pie with her knife. They don t have no forks where she comes from. " Bnt the other wonld not bet... He said merely and not unkindly, "She doesn't seem to fit this place. They could not hear what she ordered, but they conld see that there was noth ing flippant in the attitude of the wait er who went to her. She ate with delib eration aud then departed. One of the two unsuccessful patrons of the turf called the waiter and asked, "What did that old lady order?" "Why, le's see," answered the wait er, "I think she had pigeon and a pint of fizz. She s very fond of both. " The gamblers looked surprised. "Who is she!" asked one. "Why, don't you know her?" queried the waiter. "That's Mile. Lanconi, the head dancer in this new burlesque at the Jupiter theater. ' ' New York World. Home Thrust. It is said that the saying, "Much may be done with a Scotchman if he be caught young," which has passed into a historical witticism, was first spoken by Dr. Johnson in reference to Lord Mans field. An amusing little incident is said to have given rise to the remark. Lord Mansfield, having received his education entirely in England, always considered himself an Englishman, but the faot that he was born in Scotland was once referred to with great effect General Sabine, governor of Gibraltar at the time, having failed in his at tempts to extort money from a Jew, sent him buck by foroe to Tetuan, in Morocco, from whence he had come to Gibraltar. The Jew afterward went to England and sued the governor for Lord Mansfield, who was then known as Mr. Murray, was counsel for the gov ernor. In the course of his defense be fore the jury he said : . "True, the Jew was banished. Bnt where? Why, to the place of his na tivityl Where is the cruelty, where the hardship, where the injustice of banish ing a man to his own country?" Mr. Nowell, counsel for the Jew, . re torted : "Since my learned friend thinks so lightly of the matter, I ask him to suppose the case his own. Wonld he like to be banished to his native land?" The court rang with peals of laugh ter, in which Murray himself joined with a right good will Youth's Com panion. - Explained. "Pa, what is a trip hammer?" "It's the hammer, mv son. that vntir ma leaves on the carpet when she hangs OB a picture. 'Detroit Free Press. Children Cry for HE GOT A CLEEKSHIP THE 8ENATOR MADE A BLUNDER BY WHICH THE APPLICANT PROFITED. Whea Senator Blank Wasted Anything From Secretary Chandler, He Wanted It Bad How the Tons; If aa Was Let Dowa Easy and Remained. Back in the seventies, when Zach Chandler was at the head of the interior department, a young man from one of the western states came to Washington to try clerical life in on of the depart ments. He had been quite a ward poli tician in his western home and imagined both the senators from his state would be glad to do him a favor. He spent several days taking in the sights of the capital, then went up to the senate one afternoon and sent in his card to Sena tor Blank. The senator responded promptly, had the visitor shown into the marble room, and for some time they sat on a sofa together, talking of home news and the home crops. Then the young man broke the ice by inform ing the senator just what kind of a place he wanted didn t care much what de partment it was in. "Well, I don't know," said the sena tor. "Such places are not to be found every day, and there are hundreds here from about every state in the Union looking for almost anything in the shape of an appointment. "Come np to my house about 8 o'clock tonight," said the senator, "and we'll talk the matter over." Promptly at the appointed time he pulled the doorbell and was ushered in to the library, where he foundthe sen ator pnfSng a cigar and looking over The Evening Star. , "Ah, good evening, Mr. I I was just thinking of yon," said Senator Blank. "I have written a strong letter to Secretary Chandler, requesting him to give you a position in the interior department" picking up an unsealed letter from his desk and handing it to the young office seeker "and I wonld suggest that you call at his office and present it abont 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. I have also mailed the secre tary a little personal note, letting him know that when I want anything in his office I want it bad." . The young westerner was bowed out of the room with smiles and a hearty handshake. At his hotel he sat down to think over his good luok. Then he thought of the senator's letter, and pull ed it ont of his pocket and read : Dear Chandler Some time tomorrow morning a young citizen of my great and glo rious Btate win call on you wltb a strong In dorsement from me for a clerkship. I have no earthly Interest in him, so I turn him over to your tender mercy. uei him down easy. noun, BLANK. The young man dropped the letter, and a big sigh struggled up from under his watch pocket "I wonder what he said in the little note he mailed to the secre tary?" thought the 'young candidate. Then he realized that the senator had given him the wrong letter, and he at once determined to call at the interior department the next morning and see What the nest chapter would bring forth. About 10 o'clock the next forenoon the colored messenger showed a young man into Secretary Chandler's office. "Senator Blank told me lust night he had written you and advised me to call on you this morning, " said the young gentleman. "Ah, yes," smiled the secretary good naturedly, picking np from his desk an open letter and glancing over it "The senator speaks of you in the highest terms, and is very urgent in his request for your appointment. Wait a moment' And touching a bell he sent his messen ger for the chief clerk. After a mo ment's conversation with the ohief clerk the secretary said : " You are fortunate. There is a $ 1 , 200 clerkship made vacant by resignation this morning, and I have ordered your appointment to the place. A month later Senator Blank was walking through the patent office, and in the corridor met the new clerk in his office coat. The senator was surprised and a trifle disconcerted, but he shook hands with his young friend and said he was glad to see him there. "Well, I'm glad to be here," respond ed the clerk. "And, senator," putting his hand inside his vest and looking squarely in the other's eye, "right in my inside pocket I keep that little per sonal note you thought you mailed to Secretary Chandler, telling him when you wanted a thing you wanted it bad. ' Explanations were unnecessary. The senator went out of public life and died long ago, bnt the clerk manages to squeeze along through the hard times on his $1,800 a year. Washington Star. The Bint X-esson of an Arab Boy. The very first lesson which an Arab baby learns when he begins to talk is to keep facts to himself. It does not sound very friendly put in that way, bnt it saves a deal of trouble. Foreign ers do not understand Arabs. They ask them pointed questions and receive pe culiar answers. They oonstrue the an swers to please themselves, and come away to tell the world that the Arabs are a nation of liars. They are not a na tion of liars. Perhaps if they should tell the foreigners to mind their own affairs and let them and theirs alone the for eigners would understand them better. "Yamoud," by Henry Willard French, in St Nicholas. ' Blenheim. Blenheim is one of the biggest and most beautiful places of the kind in England, and the expenses of keeping it np are enormous. The late Duke of Marlborough used to say that it cost 800 a year in pntty, and this may be true, since there is a great deal of glass abont the place. London Tit-Bits. Neutrality is no favorite with Provi dence, for we are so formed that it is scarcely possible for us to stand nenter in our hearts, although we may deem it prudent to appear so in our actions. Oolton. - When They Drank to Excess. Sir Gilbert Elliot, wrltlns tn til. nlfa In 1787. savs: "Men nf nil nana drink nhnml. nably. Fox drinks what I should cull a Great deal. Sheridan AxnAHtilvpIv imd Km (Lord Eowiok) more than any of them. Pitt I am told, drinks as much as any one." In fact all through the last century leadinir statesmen, tnnn of lnttoro. Iiiitaaa divinos and other persons of high postion naunuaiiy urans to excess, ana nobody thoiltrht much of It. What, than use of trying to check the common people? National Beview. " . ' . , , Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla BEWARE IN TIUI TO uas ST. JACOBS OIL. tsfiis 1 HE BOHN CRIMINAL Professor IVainbroao's Experlenoes la Tula Field of Medical Bosearen. I arrived in Paris in 1861, a boy, with my bead full of philology and compara tive physiology. I soon saw that the most serious lack in this science waa that of anatomical and anthropological knowl edge. They wore studying Insanity In general without studying individual luna tics. I insisted that we should study luna tics as we would a special variety of the human race, noting the skin, the form, the skull and particularly the funotlons, sensibility, etc. Myeolleago.es laughed at me and oalled me the "doctor of the steel yard." Little by little the idea prevailed, and now they soom almost to have forgot ten who it was that Introduced the new somatlo school. I had a strong desire to study the mor ally insano who have since boon shown to be the born oriminals. It was a principle of mine to deny everything which I did not see, and as there were none of these in our ollnio I was inclined to deny their ex istence. Nevertheless, to make sure of the facts, I commenced to occupy myself with oriminals, to frequent prisons and careful ly to gather skulls and brains of prisoners. One evening there died in one of the pris ons of the city a celebrated brigand, rob ber and incendiary, who had often escaped by means of his great agility. Upon the death of this man, who was a true type of the born criminal and morally Insane, I examined his skull. It presented an enormous median occipital fossa in place of the occipital median spine which ooours in the interior of the skull This is a oharocterlstio wanting in the Superior apes and existing in all other vertebrates. I made the autopsy in the yard of the prison In the early hours of the morning. The day was very foggy, in the winter of 1884. The weather and the place did not permit me to make a thorough autopsy, but I rec ollect how, at that moment the whole Idea of my future work rose before me like a picture. I instantly perceived that the criminal must be a survival of the primitive man and the carnivorous ani mals. The idea, though yet embryonic, was perfeoted a few days later, when I waa called as an expert by the tribunal of Ber gamo In the case of a sort of Jaok th. Kipper one YerzentL This young peas ant, with cross eyos and enormous jaws, was possessed with a desire to disembowel, chew and eat morsels of women, young and old, who happened to cross his path. He afterward confided to me in secret the great erotic pleasure which he experienced in this. Professor Lorn hrosn in Forum. Anxlotfji For Criticism. Scribbler I always make it a point to submit my poems to friends, for sugges tions and criticism, before, publication, and I have brought some pages for you to look over. Blbblor TJm yes, of course. But why not take it to Nibblerr Soribbler Huh ! He's a born idiot I The last time I showed him a poem ho found fault with it New York Woekly. With 30,000 fresh Spanish troops on their way to Cuba the revolution - sta cert ainly need all the sympathy they can get; a little ammunition would also be thankfully received. The Baby's Colic Cure. TJppeb Sandcskt, O. "Our little bov when three weeks old was troubled with severe at tacks of wind colio. Onr druggists recom mended Dr. Hand's Colio Cure. We used it until baby was eight months old. The effect from the a artwas magical, giving instant relief and no bad effects. 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