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Sometimes persona beoomo blind
from luitmre- Wood, whfeh develops
scrofulous ulcer on tlic eyeballs, Iritis,
granulated eyelids, etc. In such cases
Hood's Saraaparilla baa been marvel
oaaly racceaafnl In restoring tight.
It shows iu powera u a bkxd purifier
ad radical con for scrofula, by
mooring the cause, thus earing the
eye and restoring all tbe affected
parts t healthy condition. Kcadtbia:
"Assa act of j untie sod for the b
At ot other BMtbars who may hare
aflUctsd children, 1 write this. About
the first ot February, 1K2, my daochter
ZetB, tbta three rear old, contracted sore
yea ol tbe wont form and In a few weeks
waa entirely bib d, twlng unable to tol
ente light of any kind. Kb suffered and
cried am til I was almost heartbroken.
Tbe best eye special:. In tbe coanty
treated her toe months, but tbe
became worse. Then I took her to a special
let In Indianapolis, who said be eor.ld do
nothing. Icameaway with a heavy heart.
I met my father's physician. Or. Berry
man, who examined Zola's eye-, and told
M to try Bood'a Earssparilla. I began to
giro It as directed and wash her eyee
with warm water. Boon I began to notice
Improvement, and now, bavin? given the
child over a half dozen bottles, her eyee
are greatly Improved and she can eeo aa
well aa any one. She Is five years of age,
and goce to school. When ahe began to
lake Flood's Sarsaparilla, abe had to eat
her meals In a darkened room, but now
abo Is able to alt at the Uble with tbe
rest ol tbe family." Has. OxxiB Bcseb,
Of Colfax. Including John D. Blacker. Township
Trustee, W. II. Coon, Druggist, and Dr. i. A.
Derrrman, cordially endorse this statement
This and many other similar cures prove that
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THE RABBIT SCOURGE
HOW THE AUSTRALIANS TRY TO DEAL
WITH THIS PEST.
meoa tfaJo' a( ITattlaw Over SOO
loom Eaotiua Case of risUaa; tte
Flagwa MUlto Dan Baca Staoaghtarad
Bart Knasheis Cearttais ta
Then the New South Wales govern
ment, it vrill be remembered, offered
reward of 25,000 to any person or per
sons who con Id suggest a really efficient
method of getting rid of the peat; but,
although Ibis liberal offer led to the re
ceipt of no fewer than 2,000 schemes
from all parts of tbe world, none of
them waa regarded aa aatisf actory, and
the offer waa withdrawn. The domestic
cat waa introduced, and in certain lim
ited areas did ranch seTvioe. Foisana
were largely reafjrted to, and ferrets,
stoata and wrast la bare been imported
in thousands into aomo of tbe colonies
and have increased fast. But hitherto
tbe rabbits, owing to the rate at which
tbey multiply, have managed not only
to hold their own, but to constantly
spread over new ground, carrying de
atrnrtiim. with them wherever they go.
In Hnuth Australia, for instance, the
direct loea from tho rabbits has been put
down at (30,000 per annum and tho
indirect ls at n similar amount In
Victoria tho active operations for the
destruction of rabbits on crown lands
have been carried on by the government
since 1880, nnd from that date to tho
middle of 18'J4 a total of nearly 300,
000 had been spent by the state on that
object. A." for the money spent by pri
vate individuals for the same purpose,
that 1h almost incalculable, but it may
be mentioned that on one estate alone
upward of 15,000 havo been expended
by tbe owner, with the Tiewcf clearing
his land of the pest.
In the 17 years ending with 1893
nearly CB, 000,000 rabbit skins, valued
at 402,000, were exported from Vic
toria, without counting the large quan
tities used byhat manufacturers in the
colony, ono establishment alone using
874,400 every year. Yet, notwithstand
ing all this slaughter, the present in
fested asea throughout the colony is es
timated by the chief inspector at no less
than 87,750,000 acres. Adding to the
direct expenditure the depreciations of
the grazing values of the land, tho less
to tlo colonies concerned amount to
millions of pounds sterling.
Tho final outcome of royal commis
sions, of international conferences and
of the testing of every practical method
of extermination, is that the most effec
tual method of dealing with the evil is
found to lie tho construction of rabbit
proof netting, by means of which the
animals can bo kept from areas not yet
infested, can be shut off from food sup
plies, and can bo more effectually dealt
Tlio length of some of these fences is
enormous. There is one starting at Bar
ringun, on tho Queensland border, and
following tho main trunk line from
Bonrke to Ccrowa, a distance of 407
miles, and there is another along tho
entire western boundary of New Sooth
Wali. a distance cf 340 miles. Tbe
Queensland government, too, has erect
ed a similar fence along a considerable
portion of the iir.rthrrn boundary of
New South Wales, but tho surveyor
general of Queensland, in the report al
ready referred to, says that "the rabbits
must have como through the fence in
mobs and droves of innumerable multi
tudes at some time," and thus have es
tablished themselves iu Queensland as
This, of course, is the wc&k point in
regard to fences, which arc liable to
break down in places, more especially
in times of flnotl and where they cross
ovtT creeks, while the keeping of con
stant supervision over the fences, so that
immediate repairs can be done where
openings appear, is quite impracticable
where the distances are so great In
many instances countless t lion sands of
rabbits have brrn seen on one side of a
fence dead or dying r.f starvation after
eating all the available food supplies
and leaping up at the fence in their at
tempts to surmount it. One can imagine
how they would rush through in the
event of any opening appearing and
bow m single break in the fence might
be tbe doom of a country not previous
There have been many projects for the
commercial utilization of the animals by
sending tbem over here in order to con
tribute both to our food supplies and to
the cost of their own destruction, bnt
hitherto the enterprise has not been very
profitable, while some of tbe most com
petent authorities in the colonies think
that if it should bo followed up tho re
sult may be to conserve the rabbits in
stead of getting rid of them. On the
other hand, ton, the shipping of some
hundreds of thousands, or even a mil
lion or two, of rabbits to Great Britain
every year would not be likely to make
any appreciable difference on the num
bers left behind to constitute what it is
feared must be regarded as a pest now al
together ineradicable. London Times.
Hal Liberal Btawmrd.
The champion mean 'man up town
seems to be a young man who recently
advertised in the papers offering a "lib
eral" reward for tbe return of a pocket
book containing $30 in cash and some
valuable papers. . Two young men found
the pocket book in Korristown and called
at the loser "s house to return it - He
handed one of tbem 50 cents. The-finders
protested, saying that it had cost
them 65 cents to come down from Nor
ristown, and that they hadn't enough
money to get home again. The fortunate
owner of the porketbook dismissed tbem
with the remark that he couldn't help
that Philadelphia Record.
"Smith gut off a bright thing the oth
J?Wbt was itr
A lighted cigar some one had care
lessly dropped into tbe chair be sat on,"
Detroit Free Press.
uoca w wLLtufi iKAirurtu. I - GROWTH. .1 j .
Wat ta Itatta Kxpcrta, but to Fit BXea roe
tawjja. lataMlgrat Wark.
"It is'not entuiy saTe"tto cloim.tliat
srery klndtf success, eft-en f legitimate
success, wllf Djprombt'by ' VoWjge
triniBgM.wr1tes Rev. Charles Bvfttrk
burst, D; I5.,'fa tte Id'iesHcmie Jour
nal "If I had a boy for whom it was
my supreme ambition that be should be
come rich, I should not send him to col
lege. So far from helping his prospects
in that direction it would probably dam
age them. Money making is a trick.
The easy acquisition of it is a knack. It
involves the condensation of interest
and faculty along a particular line, and
that a narrow line. There is nothing to
hinder a very small man from being a
very wealthy onu. Shrewdness does not
imply bigmindedness. I might say
with a good deal of assurance that 1.
implies the contrary. And .shrewdness
has more than anything else to do with
the acquisition of gain.
"There are a great many things that
can be best done by the man who docs
not know too much, or, at least, by the
man whose intelligence is concentrated
at a single point or along a single line.
The mechanic who has come to be
known among us as 'the wizard' would,
perhaps, have been more cf a man if he
had gone to Harvard, but it would prob
ably have spoiled him as a 'wizard.'
Genius is presumably always a species
of mania, and liable, therefore, to be
come something very ordinary if suc
cessfully subjected to the processes of
the asylum. They had better bo kept
away from college if the desiirn is to
make them experts, College will bo able-
to give them a character cf 'all round
ness,' bnt a knife cannot be round and
sharp at the same time; neither can a
"If we are going to do large, intelli
gent work, the prime condition is the
possession of an intellect trained and
stdeked in the samo general and com
prehensive way. College training is
simply the process of intellectually get
ting ready, not getting ready for this,
that or the other specific mental service,
but simply getting ready planting
down a brood foundation of preliminary
big enough to support any breadth or
height of superstructure that there may
be need or opportunity to put upon it
The college course and the requisite
preparatory training cost about seven
years of the best and most possible peri
od of a man's life. But if a young man
hopes to do a largo, solid work in the
world, a work in which intelligence of
a broad kind is to play any considerable
part and there is no antecedent obsta
cle in the way, he makes " an irreversi
ble mistake if lie considers seven years
too much to pay for a liberal education. "
THE BLUEFISH BRIGADE.
What Happens When the Blnea Sfaks a
Clukrga Upon the Menhaden.
"When menhaden cr herring aro driV'
en upon the beach by bluefish, as they
often are, so that theycan be carried off
by tho cartload," said a fisherman.
"there is very seldom found among them
ono of their pursuers, and if one is found
it is likely to bo a fish that is diseased
or that has been hurt in someway. The
bluefish follows to tho very verge cf the
water, but there it stops, and it is" bo
powerful and alert a swimmer that
close as it is, it still easily keeps clear
of the land. The menhaden or herring
aro no mean swimmers. They could
come as close and keep off the shore as
easily as the bluefish do, but not when
the bluefish aro after them. Then they
are like men pursued to the edge of a
precipice. It is almost certain death to
jump, but they mast do that or turn
and take the chances of breaking
through tbe pursuing line.
"When the bluefish there maybe
3,000 or 4,000 of them together sieht
a school of menhaden, they go for it
like a brigade of heavy cavalry, cutting
and slashing, snapping and biting,
right and left The menhaden are sim
ply overborne by superior weight, and
there is nothing for them to do but flee.
If they are driven toward the shore, the
land is to them what tho precipice
would be to the man. They must take
it or they must turn and try to fight
their way through. Many do turn and
try to swim under or over or around
the savage bluefish, and some escape in
this way, aud some ore snapped up, and
some are maimed and then cast ashore,
and many of them, crowding together,
are so closely pressed that they are prac
tically forced ashore.
"Sometimes fish that are not cast up
very lar nop down into the water again.
A high wave may set some free. A fish
thus liberated may find its fins so dam
aged that it can't swim, and it is cast
up again. Weakened by its rough expe
rience, it may fall a prey to some of the
bluefish yet lingering off shore. It may
escape." 2ew lork Sun.
.Local undertakers are interested in
the proposition of an Iajdiana company
to manufacture- glass coffins on a large
scale. George F. Kimball, the plate
glass manufacturer, states that the idea
is entirely practicable, and that coffins
can be made from glass much more
cheaply than from wood. Mr. Kimball
thought that such coffins could be con
structed in the cheaper grades for not
mare than 50 cents a Banning foot Cof
fins made from glass would be mnch
more durable than metallic caskets, and
their extreme cheapness would cause
their adoption extensively in eases where
death is due to contagious diseases, in
which the law requires a hermetically
sealed casket A new method of manu
facturing glass whereby it is made to re
semble wood will enable the manufac
turer to lend infinite variety to his prod
Professor in English (to young man)
How would you punctuate the follow
ing: "The beautiful girl, for such was
She, was passing down the street?"
Student I think, professor, I would
make a dash after tbe beautiful girL
Blow, winds t Tour rase but i
-MM roots ttatrrertn Ma place. -Scatter
your raiB.-pojiaaMi and fraa
Tka ImSa that wait Tour frownins; (raoal
Boll down, O river, to the sea
-and widen in your- onward race I 1
Peace through a annoy apaa may keep "
Hts garden in some qniei glen - ' '
Whilst otbera aow for biaa aad reap
And tend bis Socks on. moor and fen.
Tbe flowers of peace are death and sleep.
Toe strue ox living makes us men.
Ah. Joy it is to win the goal
By tireless work end dauntless wOL
Tot may the life rise orbed and whola
trout clouded hopes and loss aad 111,
Dor baffled tcils upbuild the soul.
And f ailnre so is victory still.
A. 8t. John Adoock in Spectator.
aaV la Great Tariety mm Tow Umnj JHt
The be3t tacts are made of imported
Swedish iron, the next grade of Ameri
can soft steel and the cheapest of com
mon American iron. Tacks are also
mado of copper. Some tacks aro tinned,
and for ship use tacks are galvanized.
Tacks are made of sizes ranging from
a half ounce to 24 ounces. The tack com
monly used as a carpet tack is an eight
ounce tack. A 24 ounce tack is about
inch in length.
There are many kinds cf tacks, made
for a great variety of use.", and they are
put up in many different forms. There
are gimp tacks, looking glass tacks, up
holsterer's tacks, trunk tacks, lace
tacks, basket tacks, brush tacks, coffin
tacks, shank tacks, lasting tacks, min
er's tacks, chcesebox tacks and tacks for
many other nses. Within the past dozen
years tho sale of double pointed tacks
has increased tenfold with tho greatly
increased ui;o cf electrical wires. Dcu
blo pointed tacks aro also used for tack
ing down straw matting aud for other
Tacks that are sold in papers are put
up in full weights, half weights, and
quarter weight?, the weight indicating
the s:zo cf tho package. Almost all
kinds of tucks aro also sold in bulk in
25 pound end 50 pound boxes and in
100 pound kegs.
. A cno ounce tack machino will make
in a day about 100,000 tacks altogether.
Tbe iron is fed into tho machine in a
plate which is cf a width a little great
er than tho length of the finished tack,
so as to allow of material to be upset
for tho head. An eight ounce machine
will make cheat 200 pounds of tacks a
day 1,250 to tho pound, about 250,000
tacks. Tacks that ore put np in papers
are weighed out aud the papers filled
by hand. Comparatively few tacks are
put up nowadays in tied np papers.
They are put up mostly vx little paste
board bexes. Tlicso boxes are packed in
larger boxes and in turn in cases for
shipment A common tack package is a
case weighing about 100 pounds.
Tho annual tack product of the coun
try is estimated at about 20,000 tons.
If these tacks were all put np in papers
of the usual - assortments of sizes and
weights, the TxrpcrS Would number about
800,000,000, or something ' mere than
lour papers per capita of the population.
New York Sun.
Bow Edison Learned to Tell Stories.
' "It seemed like a waste cf time, " said
gentleman who passed an evening
with Mr. fcdison, m Norwalk, O., re
cently, "to hear Mr. Edison rolling off
story after stcry, and demanding of all
bis acquaintances to tell him more,
when we knew how much information
we might have received from him.
finally asked him how he got to be such a
story teller. 'WelL ho replied, when I
was quite a young man I was a telegraph
operator during the war. I was station
ed at St Louis, which was a sort of dis
tributing point for a large district and
when we would get our batch of stuff off
and we still had several hours to cut in.
I used to get pretty tired. Then we
would begin to call up the operator at
the other end cf the line and gossip with
him. I always liked stories, and if Chi
cago had a good one, he would wire it
to me. Then I would send that off to
Louisvillo und Kew York and Cincin
nati, and hear them langh over it by
wiring back, "Ha. ha." over the wire.
In this way we would get all the best
stones there were going, and we would
always write them out for the dav men.
It got to be a sort of passion after
awn He, ana has stuck to me ever since. '
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Japan, too, has keen explorers. The
professor cf astronomy in the university
of Tokyo, Mr. Xomaka, accompanied by
his wife, lost October ascended Mount
Fujiyama, 13,000 feet high, to make
meteorological observations in the course
of the winter.' A short time ago word
was received that the professor was dy
ing, and a relief expedition was fitted
out With great difficulty the members
of the expedition reached the snow cov
ered bnt Professor Nomaka was found
to be exceedingly weak and unable to
move, but his wife had suffered no evil
results from the exposure. Nomaka was
taken back to Tokyo, but ho declares he
will return next winter, and his wife
says she will accompany him again.
"I made these biscuits myself, Billi
ger," said Mrs. McSwat, with honest
"They look very nice. Lobelia," re
plied Mr. McSwat, picking one of them
up and making an effort to split it
"And they are still hot How long ago
did yon ah cast them?" Chicago
Mr. Impressionist That's my Isvrt.
) there on the easeL Now, that is a pic
Squibs Yes, so it is. I can tell that
by the frame. Harlem Life.
Strange bed warmers are used by
Chilean women. In cold weather, when
in bed. tker keen their feet warm hr
' placing tbem on a dog.
I ' All birds that live on seeds are fu
usbed with strong gizzards.
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Fine Residence Lots on Easy Terms
This addition is located between Twentieth and Twenty-second streeU and Tenth and Twelfth avennos.
Nearly every lot in it has upon it a fine walnut, elm, hackberry or other large tree, and it already provided
with abundant shade. These lots are in the very best part of the city, and are the most desirable for resi
dence purposes. The drainage is perfect, and gas, water and sewerage are folly provided for. These lota are
sold for desirable homes and not for speculation.
ill. Ma STURGEON, ""tchell ; building
STATU OP ILLINOIS, I
Hock Isl.sd Oouktt, 1
In the circuit c n't. la chancery. Foreclosure,
General Ho. 2999.
I. F. Robinson, trance for Oscar A. Bsrnbart
ts. Howard Chs dler rnd Msry C. Cbaodler.
Pnhllc notice is hereby given thai in pursaanee
of a decree entered bf aid eonrt. in ti'O above
entitled caose, on tbe I3ti nay f My, A. O .
1896, I. Klin E. Parmtnter. mauler in chsnerry
of ibe fa'd circuit conr' of Meek I-land eiunty,
w II on Bitnrda,tlie 7th day of June. A. O .
ISM, at tbe hour of 1 o'clock in the artroooii, at
tbe north door of the court bone. In the city of
Rock Island in the said county and state, eell at
public vendue to the hiirbept bidder for
cah, aU and a ngular, tbe followini dercrtbed
premises and real estate inad det rta mrntioiH-d-ltn
tted n te county of Rock Isla- d and stste
of Illinois, or to mnch therrof s mar be Dcis
esr v to , atisf y said decrre. to-wlt :
The west half H f the nmheart qisrter (K ,
and the northwest quarter (t of the athrs-t
qasrter (It), all tn ,eoin tbirteenth 13i, tnwe
shtp stxteec (lfi( nortn mi ire 4e i& wtat of the
4th p. m., cotitalninir 1-J0 acrs more or lss.
1 aUd May 28. 1NM. Slwii K. PAsneNT'n,
MsMr in h, merry. Poos. Island county. 111.
8. K. Ktswunrnr, Solic'tor.
STATS 0 ILLIHOIS, i
In the Ccunty rourt. J one term, A. P. IFtS.
Charles H. BrsndcnbnrK va May A. Olt.
widow, Jennie Devoe, Jacob W. Gitt Ms ili a
Phillip". Ssrsh Adams. Calvin Itb John R. i Itt,
Cora Kills. Ida Ely. William Gitt ml Ocorrs H.
Wlegiaa. administrator of e.tate of iis:eth
Petition to se l real ffta'e to nay debts.
To the above narn.fi defendants, Matilda
Phfillps, Sarah Adams, Calvia Gitt aid Wllliaa
Asldavft of the noa-realdeiice of yon, Matilda
Phillips, Calvin Qttt and Will ism Gitt, ana affida
vit that yon. Harsh Adams, cannot be found, so
that process ran be eervrd upon yon, and that
apoa di l(.-ert lnqairy yoar pi ice of res'denca
cannot be SPorrtslned. notice Is hereby Kireti to
you and each of yon that tbe above tamed peti
tioner bso Sled la the said court his pe
tltioa asainst yon for leave to sel real estate lo
pay debts; that a summons baa been issued la
said caose saamst yno, returns ble to the Wooe
term, A. 1.. 199. of aaid court, . and
that said aau'e was on tbe tlr-t day
o Jane, A. D. ISM, by said con it con
tinaed to the Aaenst tens of safd rostttobe
b (an and hoidea at the rourt hoave in the city
of ttock Island, la said county of Heck Island, cm
tte Art Monday of Angn-t. A. It. Ihbs. at
which time and p ace yon will appear sad lead,
answer or demur to aa d neutioa If yon aee Ot
Dated st hvock ls;aud, 11U this 1: day of Jan-.
A. DM ISM. BJALMan KoHLin,
Clerk of ssijnit-Ooirt.
SwsaatST A Wiiara, Solidtora for Pettthmer.
To bay Hardware,
Mixed Houee and
Floor Painta. Rub
ber Uose, Lawn
Slowers or anything
la the Hardware
line in general is of
1610 Third Aveuue.
AGIST FOB EAGLE BICYCLES.
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HucslnQ & HooH
Bopresenting among other time-tried
and well known Fire Iniuranoe Com
panies the following:
Rochester German Ins Oo..Rocheatay, K T
rVastchester Firs HewTorh
BnflaJoGermaa " VaSalo,MT
pilns; Gordon " ..Phliadslphls
aermaa Ftrs M Paorla, 111
e Hampahtrs Manehaauirn H
aUwaakae Macaaalf MM.hUsutas,Wk
etarlts. " Msw Havaa, Oona
Office Corner Eighteenth street
nd Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
I. M BUFORD,
General , e ,
rue old yite and TUas trtad Ossspsalss
Uziti ProaptlT Fill
um aa low aa aay rallanis aoBrpany can SC
V'tr -.t-orses Is aoltettaA.
PURITY AXD EZCELLEnCE
U TBI MOTTO AT
Importer sad wholesale dealer,
Ne'e 161S-1C18 Third Are. nmim.
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everywhere, may be irntded by this lady a
rxnerirnce. Thousands bnve, thronirh
the aamcmeansfottnd new life and health.
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Step, pas UOT WSLL. SppS
"""ass. BoRacs ooTToa. sauiaair, SsK
A mnlorltv of the women of every com
mnnity, suffer from some form of
Many nre b'ielesa invalids. For tnese
complaints there ia one absolutely sale
nnd sure trentmrnt.-Wild cilive to nar
locally and Myrtle Tonic to Imild np the
health. Price S 1 each.
once need both. Thia common at nar
nlan annenls to the sense of all. I-mdiep
can cure thcmselvrs at home. Heltcf
quick. Cores pcrmsosnt f&old every.
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OAilrl-Ea instructive Treatise can
Ije had of na or our
VICTOR HEMCAL ASS'H,
SOUTH BEND, IND.
Mna. M. I. SAnonrr, Agent,
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Siding, Flooring. Wainscoating
18th street, bet. 4tb and 6th avenues.
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Manhood. Impotency. Nhtly Em taalooa. Yovrhr
ful Errors. Mental Worry, eseeaatve use of To
bsccoor Opium. which lead toCusMnnrrtlua and
Insanity. With every 0S order wea-tvs n wrlv
ten narantee to cars or refund the maw i.
bold at ttJtQ per box. boxes Vol . . M.
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