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THE AKQUai FBIDAY. JAN UAH Y 8, 1892.
Gi'li.Wna ExpreH'l at Fanners' Confer
rorn Held iu Sydney, Australia.
tfW .....I of Ol.l llnl tVnrr.
1 , L i,.,rri.Ts nr.- lawly displacJ
' i.. Ia- .im!'l
,.ir.. fivin i-;t
f animal JiiMii
Mivtciiinjr five r fix
Such a friire
there is daii''T
n-t it wli'-u rnu-
It has Ix-en estimated that Australia
loses nearly 2,000,000 annually through
the rust of ita wheat crop. To find a
remedy a bit? prize in money has been
offered, and conferences have been held
in Sydney to consider this important sub
ject of rust. The opinion prevailed gen
enilly that "certain varieties of wheat
are much letter able to resist rust than
others, and that by judicious cultivation
and hybridiz.-ition still better varieties
may be grown." They sein t o be almost
unanimous that "early mat iring sorts
can be made to escape the dangerous sea
son, and that rust is due to c imalio con
ditions that can only Vie combated, but
never entirely overcome." Evidence has
been gathered by direct experiments,
and by information received from fann
ers in respond to questions j ut to them,
POINTS IN PEDICURING.
Bow to Treat an Ingrowing Natl, Corns,
Watnr Blisters, Frond Flesh, Ktc.
The first consideration in the care of the
feet is cleanliness absolute, unfailing and
systematic, says Harper's Bazar, which is
authority for the following method of
securing freedom from corns, proud flesh,
If a thorough "going over" is given
three times a week, a hasty ablution
nightly will be sufiicieut; but a good wash
before retiring is never out of place. Three
times a week warm water with a little
ammonia and a little Indian meal should
We have sold Elj's Cream Balm about
three Tears, and have recommended Us
use in more than a hundred special cases
of catarrh. The unanimous answer to our
inquiries is, "it is the best remedy that I
ever used. Our experience is, that
where parties continued its ute, it never
failed to cure. J. II. Montgomery &
Co.. Druggists, Decorah. Iowa.
When 1 bipan using Ely's Cretm Balm
my catarrh was so bad I had headache
the whole time, and discharged a large
amount of filthy matter. That has al
most entirely disappeared, and I have
not bal headache since. J. U. Sum
mers, Stephnev. Conn.
w w i. IM'I l:
y tne points.
' v is effected
Mils nailed 1:
:.' viil-le, but
i.'im r f pits
v. !t.-re 1 Mere are many
- :i . iv. 1 in l he fields, and
1 i i... i t . i; ive advantage
iriienf these in eoustruct-l.Ki-e
vi:'::ip wa'l it the
f'e; a: .i r.n.ler the hrtrhed
H V.H!e !!Il..i;.VllVe
r'- :.re needed, three
r tlve ir -;x are re
el l :'. .r,!!.. It' the wall Is
ei' if i lie harrier is to be
iu'.".' iiti ! n. ure visible, two
v- may he rtirnecl t'nun the
f..(it of the wail. A- in) animals will
vri-h to er'iu-.i .; h ati against s-r.ch a
viiii streii.-h i- rt-iinired in the
w'uere il w..;
toi.-t rid f ;
I'ij a ?" t t i j i i I .
line . f the
wire, tit.-- 1"
1 i 1 1 -f.!"i.-!
(;.iire.l en 1.
r uivr Miiail.
(r three :,;!.
make a foot bath in which the feet should
which confirms the sound ness of previous ' be soaked, then rubbed with a quick light
recommendations in regard to early sow- friction, taking the foot between the hands
Eiuu riiuiiiu iuievijr u.iwiv nun lurtii, auw
manipulate every joint precisely as a mas-p.i!reu.-e
would do. Then examine the con
dition of the nails. These should le kept
just as short as possible without ever cut
ting to the quick, an accident apt to be
serious with the toe uail. They should he
pared just to the edge of the toe, and the
sides carefully looked after.
An ingrowing nail is almost always the
result of a tight, or badly shaped hoot or
shoe. When there appears the first sj'inp
tom of such pare the edges carefully, rul
bing with vaseline or some emollient, and
if it develops into a serious case it must be
poulticed and bathed frequently in hot
water. Next in jour pedicuring opera
tions examine the toes carefully fur soft
corns, which come between them. Con
stant rubbing in the bath will ward these
off ami generally remove them. In spite
of long e-tal.ii.-hed tradition we would rec
ommend never applying the knife to a soft
or hard corn, even, unless as a last resort.
ing, and the less liability to disease of
crops grown in rotation, am' it has also
been shown that as aruleth nly growing
erops suffer It ss from rust tin;. n do thickly
In regard to curative mcr.urcs, it has
been found that a solution composed of
one part sulphate of copper tnd 400 parts
water destroyed the vit ility of the
rust spores, and that a solution of one
ounce of sulphate of iron to the gallon of
water, when sprayed over a rrowing crop
at a time when rust was ab nit to break
out, prevented its appear nice until a
fortnight or three, we ks la'er; and even
if applied when the rust had attacked
the plant, destroyed a'l outward .appear
ance of the fungus an 1 presented its re
appearance till fourteen days afterward.
Mr. Smith Cdis. who ha- claimed the
prize for his discoveries in the matter of
rnst prevention, says in a recent paper
that ''the wheat growers t leinselves are
t'ne sole prv::tg-iMrs of rn-c bv the abne
(f their seed wheat. Whei they cease to
abuse their seed wheat and treat, it in a
rational manner like all other seed that is
grown, saved and stored 1 practical seed
growers, they wiil no lon.g.-r be troubled
with rust in their crop. The cost of
doing so is nothing; care is all that is re
quired to secure that object."
A Little Giri'i Experience m a Lighth)ae.
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are keep.
ers of the gov. lighthouse at Sand Bench.
Mich., and are blessed with a daughter,
four years old. Lat-t April she aa taken
down with measles, followed with a
dreadful cough and turning into a fiver.
Doctors at home and at Detroit trettcd
her, but in vain, she grew worse rapidiy,
ui til she wss a mere ' handful of bums '
Tin n she tried Dr. King's New Discovery
and after the use of two and a hlf bot
iles, whs completely cured. Thev 8tv
Di. King's New Discovery is worth its
weiMh't in gold, yet ou may get a trii.l
bottle free at llar'z & Batins,en'8 drug
Brretgtb aid Heakb.
If jou are not feelins strons and
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La
tJrippe" has let t jon weak and wetirj, use
blectnc lit'.ters. This remedy acts di
rectly on liv r, stomach anil kldneys.gen-
tly aiding those organs to perform their
functions. If vou are sill icted nh pick
besdache, jou wili find sieedy ami per
manent relief by taking Electric Bitters.
Ooe trial will convince v u thMt this is
ihe remedy jou need. Large bottles
only 50c, at Hariz & Babnsen's drug
I: i- h .
i -ie -l.i
Hi 't be dug so
esa: y t a.
I'fli i re
r. -. l.- -
i1..:. !. t:
Pet, :e ii
,:a'ed in posiilo
M a feti-e.
hseiiee of ti.
n il si'le of the
11. The line .
!!. veral turn
1 that tiie
the line of
Fig. 1 rep-
a small open
f p.-ts is first
w- are plowed
Sulliii Perl .
ver salt meat utitil the. hogs haw
: long enough for tin; meat to be-
ent irely cold all the way through,
barreled p...r! the brine should be
' wi!:k n;Mi:
M 10. I.Ai.lI
W ITH 1'ITi H AND
sii'i: -mi.i: viiiw.
as s.i.t as it can be made so strong tnat
tin re will always be salt undissolved in
the barrel. Cut into pieosof convenient
size and pack them in rings in their
edges. Fill all interstices and cover each
layer of meat with salt. Then pour iu
ail the strong brim; the barrel wiil hold
and keep it tilled. For side bacon the
nsual plan is first to rub each piece with
salt and then pack skin side down on a
platform covered with sdt. As soon as
one layer is down cover it with salt and
put another on it and so proceed, piling
it np as high us convenient. Overhaul,
rub and repack it froi i three to four
tones, until it is well salted through.
Tiie time it must reman, will depend on
the thickness of the meat and the tem
perature f.f the packing place. In ix
tiemely col l weiaiier :i 1 bird longer Time
Mav be required. Ther is no danger .f
ll almost invariably induces a return of
t he t rouble. If von will thoroughly soak
the foot iu hot mil .lard and water, rubbing
tiie corn all thetime, you will find iu near
ly every ca.se it can be picked out from the
heart, an application of strong aromatic
vinenar assisting the operation; while, if
obstinate, touch with iodine every other
day, never nejilectinjj Ihe nightly bath.
Lint dipped iu some soft cream or vaseline
should tie placed between the atllicted lews
and a light bandage put to hold it ie place
While working for a cur? nu easy shoe or
boot must be worn. Many sutler with
water blisters. These can be treated by
opening them carefully with a sharp seis-
sors, but do not cut away the loose skin
until f..r a day or two there has been ft
light application i f simple cerate on a soft
rag while a new cuticle is forming. Xor is
it wise to cut too freely the proud or cal
lous flesh w hich comes on the sole and heel
so often. Kiibbiug with pumice stone
after the bal ti will nearly atwuys remove
t his aud prevent it.
BUCKLEN'S AMNIO BALVH,
The best salve in the world for cats,
onuses, sores, ulcers, sa;t rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 5 cents per
Twi Por Bulr Vi-c HartT I'fihnBen.
getting pickled pork or heavy
to salt. For the hams, a pick
he i.iade ju-t Siroli;.
t'.oat an egg. Lib
brown sugar fir m
nough to barely
this stir enough
as-ses to give it a
t.a each si.ie
litlii the li)l,-en
n I,-- or bank.
-.-i.': iritl shov
MWINi. SKTTlNii I'F POST.
as near to it as practicable.
t eartu thrown tin into a
A second j.iowing and a
tig Will complete the ditch
The wires are then placed
en the post- and the fence is completed.
If the ground on each side is heavy turf
thf bank may be more narrow and steep
than one made wholly of loose earth,
w.'ia h however will in time become well
6 .'Med. Two men with a two horse team
will plow the furrows ami make tin
i .ii.l; thirty rods lonr. more or less, in a
day, while the red'.i'-i-d amount of wire
re ;::.red and tne sho: r p,.-;s whic!
t .ay he u-.-d w ill n t. h r this t-
raeapu;. tl.e one with f.
'"'''' -Toni!.'. Tii T.-. ts may be at len-t
r'"1 "i'ai t. if He. riiif di.ite vertical
"ro-s pieces wan uiu I-., w..T ends nearly
Teahim; er,;n,i u,cili to which
t;i" v. ir.-s are staj.I-d to beep theiu iu po-ii":"tl-
t'l-'- f'r;-.reseiits the appearance
' ' -;K'M ;' fence, and rig. rt is a cross sec
t;. ., the horizontal dot ted hne being tho
.-. face of tin; gr. utid. Neither of these
i'''"8 I-rodice li-acy drift.-;, the
.-.litis pus.-ii ihrotigh ihem sufiiciently
tn-eiy to prevttit the accumulation.
tiear.l i,.ii,s that hav
Weak by age ,-;iT,r
l roken .l.jwii bv
slightly sweet taste. I the weather is
i moderate, hams that weigh from eight to
jtwelve pounds may h taken out for
unokitig m from threi to four weeks.
In hard freezing weatli T and for large
ibarnsa longer time v ill be required,
varving from four to si ven weeks.
inis I'.nce as
six wires ou
ltevicr tor I.iltilie; Carra.SH.
Farmers at butchering time will find
the tripod here depictt d n decided con-
s mav, sa vs
Ccnstiiiit ion Curabl.
Dr. Arthur Hansomo contends iu The
Medical Press ti.at consumption is both
curable and preventable. He say.s:
From my own observation, both in pri
vate practice and at the Manchester Hos
pital for Consumption, 1 have arrived at
the conclusion that, where all the neces
sary conditions of treatment can be ful
filled, consumption is decidedly a manage
able disease, and although there are some
constant ions so feeble or so vulnerable by
the organism that the Jisex-e spreads
through the body after one infection, yet
iu the large majo: it y of cases a fatal issue
is brought about, not by one or two, but
by repeated iuva-ions of the bacillus de
rived from the unhcalthv environment in
which these persons are obliged to live.
With regard to the preventabilit y of the
disease we have alfo a strong basis for our
- -iYt.is tj- -s.
THE TOO FAMILIAR FRIEND.
n t-t .-. . i
M fl -
4 " -
loregoing he rendered
Ttie partial barbed wire aid of
sircu-ne't on t ne top.
.Mich ar.iinals Lave i
TrUPC'D FOR F.l.F.VATISa A CARCASS.
Veuieiice for lifting either u hog or beef.
It is an old contrivance to many, but
Pome readers will t nd it new. It is
made of 2j inch by 4 inch ash scantlings
? feet long. Two or these are framed
(securely together, the third one being
used as a prop and to elevate the carcass
after it has beeu hocked on to a.
With this a man can hang up a bog
without assistance. A tough hickory
slick nicely rounded, or a half inch iion
rod, can tie used at the top.
against a fence of this
' J it re:naii,3 safe
horny for the
s shown in Fig. 4.
disposition To rub
kind or to iresit.
lliirse in tl.e I nil.-d state. !
'Ihe census bulletin places the number
f horses in the United State.? in at
ll.!'7B.i)17. The states of Illinois, Iowa
titiJ l-xas r port over l,bmi,KW each.
Missouri and Kan-as rejiort lit hi, 000 each.
The :ii'Tu- . of horses from lSO to ls'io
was 4 l.e'.l per cent, as against 4-1.59 per
f'-ut. iletweetl 170 ;,n,i psslj an,l 14 ;
lr cent, between ltlo and ls;o. The
increase of mules from is'i to lh'.lO was
iO.OO per cent.; 'oerween ls70 and lfso
the iucrea-e was C1.0S j.r c-nt., while
from jo l0 p.-u ero w.ls a decrease of
2-2-1 per cent. Of the aggregate number
of horses and mules in the whole country
on June 1, 1890, 86.90 p-r cent, were
horses and 11.05 per cent, were mules.
The Sugar Bowl places Louisiana cane
sugar crop for 1S!'0-1 at ino.OOt) tons,
against 1-!,0aV tons; the previous year.
The total beet snga.- crop of the world it
estimates tit 3,070 000 tons: the total
cane crop of the w rid at 1120,000 tons.
A cold, wet cellar is a good place in
which to store app es.
Sand aud white lead make a hard ce
lueut that will stop leaks in roofs aud
Professor L. II. liailey, of Cornell, N.
Y., gives as the re -nit of an actual ps
Iieriment, that if cabbages are planted
shallow and hillel or earthed up, the
tendency is to h;n e more of them head
tip and oetter aud larger heads.
The late Colone Curtis used to say he
was a linseed meal missionary. He ad
vocated its liberal use iu place of cotton
Wet beds will cause paralysis in the
legs of hogs.
Interest ine Talk on Mutlrrn of Be
liarior in Every Day Life.
In a "home talk" in Housekeeper's
Weeklv Marion Ilarland touches as fol
lows upon familiarities which people some-
times unt hinh Hie.,y indulge in:
The etiquette of the table is supposed to
lie so thoroughly rooied and grounded into
our children from infancv, and is, as a
rule, so well understood by ail ladies and
gentlemen, that tiie visitor, though u fool,
could scarcely err therein. But this is not
the case. Atmyewti board, a man of the
world, accustomed to excellent society, told
me that he saw no mustard on the table,
and as he always liked it with bis meat be
would trouble me to order some; while an
other man, a brilliant scholar, asked at a
dinner party, "If I would please tell my
butler to bring l.im a gla-s of milk?''
With these men, t he sandpaper of parental
admonition or the liowing varnish of early
association ht-'l eviUent.lv been neglected.
Intimacy and even tender friendship m.iy
and do exist between tie-ii and women who
are bound to one anot her by no family tie.
Familiarity can never decently enter into
such a relationship. If you, as a refined
woman, have a man friend w ho slaps you
on the back, squeeze your arm to attract
your attention, holds your hand louger
than friendship might todlctate, and, with
out your permission, caiis jou in public or
in private by your tirst n ttue, you need not
hesitate to drop him from your list of inti
mates. He is ueit her a gi tit lc man nor does
he respect you us jou deserve, lie may be,
iu bis way, an estimable man, but it is not
in your way, mid lie tickings, to the rank of
very ordinary acquaintances.
If a man a-ks jou to call him by his first
name, and your friendship with him justi
fies it., do not. hesitate to do so; but if he is
the "linished" article, lie will not imagine
that tiiisconcession on your part gives him
the rigiit to drop unbidden the ".liss': or
"Mrs." from your name.
A true gentleman does not speak of a
lady, even bis lietrothed, to strangers with
out what boys call "the handle"' to bcr
name. Nor should a woman mention men
by their last names only. When a young
or elderly woman speaks cf "Smith,"
"IJrow n" or "Jones," you may make up
your mind that the lastcoatof varnish was
uegleeted when siie whs "finished."
Always le cautious in making advances
toward lamiiiarit y. lSe certain that, your
friendship is oesired liefnre going more
than haif way. Not long ago I heard a
woman say gravely of an uncongenial nr
quaintance whose friendship had been
forced upon her:
"She is certainly my familiar friend. We
can never be intimate."
F'cl Foadicbeand npvatl tbo tronfclrs tnct
cteiit to a bilious unite of the r,ystm. B-ach
IniriTifm, Nnus Drow;:inod. iiistreit ftl'tec
CMit'. 1 iin in the Ki.le, o. Wbiltt thn:-?iaoct
tciiiaritaVIo kuccoss has btvu ebowa in cvriiig
JIea?irhe. ret Cdrt.-ir'g Litllo Uvor Tilts Brs
veaticg tl.''3annoyinpcoraplaiut,whilrt they
err... t Hn.lisor..l"rH.'I t!mttomai-iiti;uulp.teth
liver tad rculnto the bowels. Evuii ii tiu.y osaj
Curea r rj-a
fc-uhi-r froia thisdi.strissincoiiiiilsmi; butforto
Wiorncetrythcrawill find tlieselittlniiillav-ali-t'lln
In so many Trays taat 1'iey will net bo w:l
pi.g to do without them. But after alUick hew
'ififlipliaiifiof pomsny lives t'uat hnraia Tfhpra
VmniuVeoiir gruittK-ioL Oarpiliacuroitwlula
Cttifrs an not.
Carter's I.ittta Livr Tills am very Rmull ana
Tery itv to take. One or two pills make a dose.
T jey are sirioity vegetable an J i) no. Rripo or
r-ur;.'!, 1-utl.y Uioir pontic ai-tisa plciieall who
Has Pivni. In viulshl t'Acecta ; five for $1. SoU
ty drarrstota ev cry "Vt hero, or svut by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL Pill. SMALL DOSE- SMALL PRICt
The Rock Island
Is the best medium, throueh
which to reach the country trade.
Advertisers should have their
announcements. ready by Thurs
day morning to insure insertion
in the current week's issue.
SANTA-GLAUS-SOAP- S MAIW
siiii Her-sr. .vwL
Mt-'"' i -". -; rtv
CVIRT WOMAN THAT HAS ANY cUM.
AND MANY THERE BE WE hOP
V.1LL 5PENO fZn CENT5 fOfi A USEfol.CARf.
SL JrLJdZLt S llm.4 JUC2
Billiard Parlor Sample Room;
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
JAMES T. C'CONNOR, ! Proprietorf . VM. H. CATTOX.
J. Rla CHRISTY,
1'i.llDfAniiSEH Cf CRACKERS iHQ
"I'hi-y hto H .i.
The Clni-ty "ov.itR" aid t.fcriiy 'Wapkr "
ft Hi tt
Mens. Ntr";i'.r.--. I i
Oriim.s in e,ttii-r H'V
vrrfuntth. m tuy. Cirxuiui lr.
T ! in t; ! '
' i on, y t.lltf :1 t
1' o n ui to It
( . t'V iti vt t n
. j . erve Jevii . , tili:at:o 111.
Pnr al in Rrrk ilan hv Hart Rhn'i. SI Avh. hi! Slth ir't
Suoerb New Trains
ASK FOR TICKETS viiQ&C
rvnnirq Daily t?fwwn
a.YafiiR!! FOR RATES INFORMATION addrcs D.G.EDWAROS.spa CKCiHt'iTLflL
T9 TEIE AFFL1STED !
Why paj bm fro? to qu:u-ks when the bo
Bft Titi';il trwiiiicnt can U' hat) f r rv:i n
gJTif nWepnrt'jut Tlic lvr h niK,:-5 Tro
JwTf piinnl Irum tie n.sH-rtpiutnsct lr. N ill
tjTTji w H I'll) ' K iuii 1 1 (i m- iur n-puit- r
as& rt Memory, TVp.inct'r.cy, etc.,
lUL'Lt-ACCU IS til iimdvanoM.i tI-iryt':trs.K!l
noy and tilaJJcr tiuiios, 4ic. mtn nnn our m.lhc
n Tiv.itinonC t.erutin ana tpH:y t. i
rn ini ClPTIIirC KiorioncHpri'jitii.ittn
rj( 4 nirtM !i i " tv: .ii i monts. lir.w iiitar.i
diwnies t'ir ni.iny ywirs.preKTi Seaii
uh I'ast'lIfS which net dirwtiy upon th
Ihnn Slom.tdi McHiioim. us they are not
chanted I. stho:utricjui"ft:i1r"q'Tirr'.,
c.ntic ol du'tor inlemiptH'ntnbuMri'isj
cKttii)Z fr-m JLi.mt to -15.t. uwd with un
failtitu iipfHMfirovT thirtv Toars Hi lit
Willinm private praotk. tlivt- tlu'm a trial.
Ortuiriu hUtOI rwvnt caws in one to lour rtuyn
U 1 LOillC tU I ni rnlb hVnmlo VVoakn--. it..
Call or writ forlatalntnieaod Infornjaxtou tnc
THE rtKU WMbiVllAL
189 WisrcNSiN Street. MILWAUKEE, Wf
OOLD MEDAL, PARIS. 187a
W. BAKER & CO.'S
from wltifh the xcrwof oil
In nhftulutvJy nrr xnrt
me atH-d iu iin prt-pi.ralicn. It
has more tin utt timt i?
ttrrngth nf t iwoa tufxtnl
HlRrch, Arroro..t or ;t;;art
and ( therefore fur mors e-o-Lncmiial,
eentacvp. Itisdolu-ioup. nunr.
' inbinfr. trengihenint', eahii.t
lic.EniD, and admirably ailaplfd fvr iuvi.ll.!
aa well an fur peraona In health.
Sold by (iroifrl tTfrytrfcorf.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester. Mass.
IK. ST. ARMilD'S
Billiard and Fed FeiIeis.
liaTlns jnvt fnrr.i-heiJ flno Psrlia- n
iq .ii pi'd ii wi:li two of br ;tiw ck
finu.-t BiiiiurJ Tahiti, also twofin
IN THE CIGAR STORE
Uie finest l'tieof Imriortcd ard Dorni "lie Ciiars
eud Tobacco lu Ibe market.
1808 Second Avenuk.
Vr. KeDi-on K'-l ab e hemt-dy. Kairous eery-wlier-
amovg the ladiea an ia'e. prompt and
rfl.-ctnal Tue orijrinal vnman't $alralion. Price
fl,?nt d roct, peaird : iuforn ation frt-e. Adcrcae
'i.lun.Mecli al Cu.. Boston, Map?.
For sale by a'l tirst-class Grocery dealers.
c. o. r.
221 and 23
AL Laundry work done on short notice.
A apecialty of Dree skirts .
Prices aa Low as thf Lofst.
Is the SaJest and Surest liemedyevrdicoverKi
for all the unnatural diecbarp.a and Private
Dismsrs of Men and thedehilitatitwt we&kneas
peculiar to womeD. It lias never fmled to cure
the most obstinate cane, in men, In from 3 to 6
daya. iNotbing tbat inakea quicker claims is
Bate.) It ia convenient to carry and handy to
use no bottle or spoon to annoy you. Kenjern
ber, te guarantee it. Price l.tJ per box. Com
plete instructions with each box. If ttiedruR
Kist you nsk for Pr. St. Annaml'i French Cure
has ii"t K.it it, Jun't let Lim fool vou with bis
oily fc'tvufl 1 y selling you sometiunc else iu
ate&J, lull don. I Tici uh an.l weviii forwani
to you bv mail, in vJain, unuiarkn.! lix. "
also treat nti-nls Lv mail. A.li'.re-s THH
HAZ7.AI!K MKIClNi: CO., 2 . tei-uth Saa
gnnion stiti-t, Chioayo, 111.
Eabily and Silily n-Eaiced by ufing
Joiin Volk: 5c Co.,
Sash Doors Blinds. Siding, Floorcg,
and all kind" of wood work for builders.
Eighteenth. St., bet. Third and Fourth aTes,
Tuncish P lis
Liv Stock Insurance Co.
Ir.iarts Ure t took against death from accident
or dlecase. For r&tes apply to
ED. UEBBRKSECBT. Aecnt.
171 i Second avenue, Bock Island,
Tuia genuiut. Tiu kili Keine iy -.f:i.ely cure
ServonrneB.. WakefuliK-t.. Evil ln-a:im. ljahr.i
tude. Pain in the Pack. ital JAliaUhtion. n l
all disiax'S caused l.y I'.rror of Youth or Ex
cesses. It is convenient to curry una easy to
use. Price $!.01 per bm. or t fi-r s-:..tw. A wril
ton guarauKie to cine, or money refunded, Riven
with each .".t0 ordur. If th- .irucist yon auk
for Hazzarak s Turkish Pill tj-. l ot tot theni.
don't let him fool yoa itli his oily tiiifn and
sell you something eUe instead, but tend price
to us ami wi- w ill forward in yo:i by tr.ail, in
plain, unmarked package. We also treat pa
tients bv mail. Address THF. UAZZAKAK
ilEOlClNK CO., 2w South Saiiga.iK.n street,
tin. iirsii-Hiu:Ys'M-Ki ikhs sr.'M'ieiitio.-aliy and
carefiilli-' prejiared piVMTipiMius -. u.-.-l T ir nuiny
. rv ia'pHvi.teprueil.-e v i:b -;ut-.-,.in'tf'T.v.r
thirlv -.tarsuea hy tiiepiM.; le. Kv.-iy ln;le Spe-c:ni-la
lCl.-'.! cure f..r it e ii:j.-iise r.irr.int.
Ihe! iiecilics cure V.1U.01U drnt,i--ni.-. pn'
'p. or niui-inir the stem, mid ar-- tii f;i.-1 ?.:i'l
deed the ovcreiKt renii'dietoltheV orld.
WTT rare -rrii.t.i3. cvke".
1 I ever, v urtKi'su"!!. ii,ii-iimi.u . ..
omit. n..iT. ....m, e..in
ryinjf (olie.i.rltetninK'T muuns
Pmrrhea, 01 v nieiri-ri !-amui-.- ...
.t llThi-mprv. (inning. bUlo ir loUC-..
holerai !orbn. Vomiting
t I'nuithn. t'ol'l. I'r.jnelii'is
. i- u t n I i a , Toi.rna. tt. i n'x:n hi ..
! llenrfa. hea. Sick ljea.l.n-ne. Ven'K'"
lli Hnpcpia. Blll-us Mi tea.-ii. .. .
II Stipnresed r PaintHl I'erlod.
1 i hlleB, too I rr-riie l'ri.
13 Crimp, runch, l!fn.-cit rier.;H;ic . ...
I I fall Ithenni. Er?: -l-i. 1 rui.:..'i.s.
15 Itheumalltin. l.h. ufhtic -..li.....
lli Frvrrtml Ague, bills. Maiiria....
17 Pilci., I Had or Lleetliui. ,
H utarrh, laKu.-l.ra. I . hI In tile . .-.'.
VVhoopiiiff t 'ouirb. V I'.l. ::i -"yr: -
18 1 4i.-nerl )ebilit .i'hysk-jil .'.eikai-j
V7 Kidney Jieae .
i Nrri.us JlebiiitT
:it 1 rinary Weak , VV.ttlu,' ld. ..
ii uiscaaeaai ururan.i mi.i""' " .'"
S-IJ by Prnlsrji. or nnt postpaid on n et Ipr.
of ja-ice. 1a. Hcju-hreys' Mavul, (IH paire
richly txinnd In cloth and r"id, nniM in.
HUMPHREYS' MEDIC1NS CO.
Cor. Wiiliam and John Streets, 1. ew Y org.
8PEOI F X OS.