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THE ABGrUO. flTIlIDAY, JANUAKY 15. 1892.
. m t i wna!ce with J. T. Ken
m.tvPVIi T LAW. Office In Roe Island
SYYEETY & WALKER,
.TT1RNKV3 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Ao I" Benson's Mock, Rock Island, III.
ifrEMRT & MoEMRI,
. Minnvicv'H AT LAW Loan ir.oncyor Kood
A " " .coitions RefJ
iuriyn-lcbankcni. Office In PoKtoffif blocl
- rur n UI.Y ARtVUS.
...... rvuviVB at Crarap'oc
,.S:nl F.tc ciTiti oer copy.
J. F. HYfiES, M. D.
. .j,,n w :' i a crwni im... ..... -
. ,,v nt i n-n' of women
i) lr-Sreond Ave TiM;k Island.
. .. ,: r .. .I .ve and Kift-or.th Urcet
if .i-.- i. m. n I S to 5 p. m.
" r .!'.; N'o IW.
DR. J, E. HAWTHORNE,
T,.P'h .Ttrai'vd without pain by the new
.'hn' 1'"'V nvcr Oon'".
" 'o. 1!T Si'cnnd avenne. Rock Island.
GEO. T. STAUDUHAR,
;.vi- v. r-'it'-n"!'-'- for H class of
j, ;:; s Mil ho I I.vnde building
DRS, BICKEL & 5CK0EMAKER
Mivii-'- Ljnd. 's Block. Rooms 29-81.
R. M. PEAKOE,
. v. ; .t ivnif'c new'blorft.
1 -.- '-
A briiii.int array of holiday
Rich I:ancy Goods,
And a l'ewildnruip: arraj of
(!ioic;- Xoreltis for
Christmas and New Years,
lii! l-5 L
i:i:iu' tin: past three rmmhs
II, CRAMPTON & CO.
Th H n-'.i Island Booksellers,
II iv" h rr-ttin? ready for the
b..cjsi traii- ever done
iri th-ir store.
ALL KINDS OP
Cart Iron Work
.1 of fnmioh'.nc 1 winds
o.' f-rov. B with Casting at 8 ocnif
A MACHINE SEO?.
w t r. a.l.K d hcre all kinds of machine
wort will be done flrst-clars.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
Leave Your Orders for
1 r ..a,1i flu: ml Tcntn nvenue.
'' No. m:,.
H. F. LAMP Manager.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
irZ, f 'r',Ki4'" and p-cial attention to
k'nu t s rp,
Televhon No. 1214
' ROF.ni rrrruoAru'e
SURF RUDE Ctuini
. ' s " SV""1':flUEH OLO (flH. Nil
TV. .t' Tf- TiiSVi V? KEOtfiATtdW. NO UHCIS
.h 5 r'""'T'"s ort cj.e. in 74 hour
ast!.f0I .).,. K THE PERU Df UC CO..
THE HESSIAN FLY.
t'fft.vriitives and Itemed lea Suggestion
CcincerRinj tlie reding.
Tliis is a small, dark colored, two
winged fly. about one-ei jhth of an inch
long and shaped mnoli like the wheat
midge, both belonging to the same order
and family of insects. The male (Fig.
J) is more slender than the female (Fig.
'J), which, when fnll of -ggs, slightly re
sembles a diminutive t losquito moder
ately full of blood. The life of the in
sect in tho adult stage i short, the male
dying soon after pairin. ; and the female
soon afror oviposition. The egg (Fig.
3 a) is about one-fiftieth of an inch long,
of a dull reddish color. The larva or
innggot (Tig. 4 b) is, wl en first hatched,
of a nearly white color, with a tinge of
red, but later they are very light green,
clouded with white. The pupa (Fig.
4 d) is formed nnder o ver of the pnpa
l ium (Fig. 0 c. which last is known as
the "flaxseed" stage, o i account of its
resemblance to a tlaxs ed in form and
The eggs are deposit d by the female
very soon after she 1 atches from the
flaxseed," on the upper side of tho leaf,
as a rule, as indicated in Fig. 5. This
task is finished in a few days, aftor which
she dies. The young hatching from the
egg works its way downward, beneath
the sheath to its base. In the fall this is
just above the roots Wlow ground, as
s-hown in cni 2 at A. but in spring they do
not go below ground, as amle, but stop at
or near one of the low r joints. The ef
fect of the maggots on the young plants
in the fall is fully illr. Crated in the sec-
VARIOUS STALKS f)K THE HESSIAN FLY.
ond cut, an infested plant. This pest
suffers much from tho attacks of several
minute parasites, which attack and de
stroy it in both tin- egg and larval or
maggot stage. Thes s are small, usually
dark colored. f ..ir winged insects, qwre
well illustr.v. . by F,g G.
IVofesor i:-!ey hus during the past,
year in iportci! iroin England a foreign
species of these para? ites. some of which
have, by his iustru :tion, been turned
loose in the fields in the vicinity of Co
lumbus, with the hope that they will be
come established in i he state. Prevent
ive measures may be noticed as follows:
Sowing at the pro r t iine; burning the
stubble: rotation of . -rop-:; sowing long,
narrow plats in late summer as baits:
applying (piick aetiir.; fertilizers to seri
ously infested fields in the fall in order
to encourage attacked plants to throw
up fresh tillers, and o increase the vigor
of these that they t lay make sufficient
growth to withstand the winter.
Af ter the fly has gained possession of
a field. Entomologist Webster. .f tho
Ohio agriculture station, says, in the
bulletin from wl:!- li the ioregoi.-. j; is an
extract, that he kuo vs of no application
that can be made which will '!..-troy it.
Doubtless pasturing the fi : i, if early
sown, will often result hi reducing the
numbers of the pest, besides giving to
tho ground that compact, pulverized
nature which it should have had at the
first. No doubt mi nv larva? and "flax-
vorxn win; at ri.A :t imt:sti:i i$v hks
.seeds" by this means would Ik? crashed,
but very few wonl I enter into the food
of the animals gr; zing thereon miles?
the plants were pul ed up. both stem and
Following are so-ne suggestions as to
seeding. First, gel good seed, the larg
est and best graii.. Plow early; get a
compact, smooth, well pulverized, seed
bed, so that the seel will be evenly cov
ered. Nothing will pay better than this.
With everything i i readiness, wait pa
tiently until the f y has emerged, and,
largely at least, d sapjieared, then sow
your grain as carefully and as well as
you wonld if yon were planting your
last dollar. In ordinary seasons the sire
(seedi. with the j ssistance of mother
earth, will give yo i a growth of sturdy,
hardy, thrifty pi ints that will have
dodged the fly, escaped the rust and will
go into winter in better condition than
if sown early and in a slipshod manner.
In the spring this fTain will meet even a
quite severe atta k cf the fly and the
effect will partake more of that, of the
pruning knife than the sickle. Kich soil
will of course have tho advantage, but
if not rich do not t bnse it because it is
poor, as that is al the more reason for
We klTR Rntrl P.lv'a Pmnm R.ln .Kn..l
-. . J u v.wuu. ' .A. U UUk
three years, and have recommended its
use in more than a hundred special cases
of catarrh. The unanimous answer to our
inquiries is, "it i the best remedy that I
ever used." Our experience is. that
where partus continued its use, it never
failed to cure. J. H. Montgomery &
C . Druegistg. Deeornh.
Vi hen I b' gia umik Elv's Cre'.m Balm
my catarrh was so bad I bad headache
the whole lime, and diectmraed a lante
amount of fllthv matter. That has al
most entirely disappeared, and I have
not bal headuche since. J. H.Bom
mers, Siephney, Conn.
Tor Over Fifty Teara
Mrs. Winslow's Soothinf? Syrup bas
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
burbed at night and broken of Your res
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain or cutting leem send at once and get
a bottle of "Mr. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve tbe poor little sufferer immediately
Depend upon it, mothers, thereisno mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates tbe stomach anrt bowels, cures wind
colic, softens the gums, reduci 6 inflamma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole 6ystem, "Mrs Window's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of the oldest bn l best female physicians
anrj nurses tn the United States. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
r.k for "Mrs. Wmslow's Soothing S?rup
Pick Feu'laclia Kiitl rt-liove all tbo tronbl3 fncf
c-OTit to u ItIUou fiteof tho Kystra, buoU ad
liz-rlnpss, Nanwt, Dnwsuioss. liiresu aitec
Cftlin-, l aiu iu tbo io. '.Vhil.s theMtcoftS
VOti nksl lOBuccess hui Wn shown ia cut itig
HU!arto, y t Carter's Liitlo Uvor Pins r
einriUy vrilualiloii; Conrt!r.:i,l i' n.cnrinrTii'nipro-T'.-iitiu;
tb8ann yinf:ror;:ili!.t. -while th. y uiisd
c )rr.'ct::;l'i:.-',T.l, i ioi ;t.'M.to:i2,'!--u.:.t!Mm!:LtQthta
l.v.'r acd rej-'ul iio ti:e bowels. Even it Uitj ouly
1 t Vi A
fi1 from thi9ili::tns"ii'comil.',j:it: bulforiu-tt-.'ly
Tlionncotry them fmO. 1frvse. lit tic. pj.:svitli
":L'ioia"oiuaiiywuyslliat Tioy will not Vo
iii; todo v.ithout ihem. But nfur nU aici hoc
"sl!3ftVr.necf pnr.mylivM t!iat Ik re f? T. tbra
VOTTjakeourgruat U;utU Our pniHcureit wUiia
Others do not.
CrtT'B Liill Liver Tills are very FTmll and
vnry cay to iai;c. 0:ie or twe rills mi ke a tloso.
Ithfy are Pt rictly vorotabla tnl do tio, pripa or
purviB, Imtby Ui.-ir pen Mo action pl.l-oU ,whf
tisotiiem. lnvi;.Miu 5cerit&; i,rf.-r$l. ol4
fcy druista tverj wl-era, or neat Ly mmL
CARTER W!TDIC!?tE CO,, Kcw York-
SMALL Pm. SMALL DOSF. SIiSALLPKIK
liB. HrxrifkEYsSiKin! an-Hcit;ntiltmlIvand
mmrnily pnpanrt trrH'rtiauiiiH ; used for niany
yars in private pract it- wilh su"oeis,aiid for over
thirty y-ir.H hy th ki.Jp. Kvrrv s triple Sn
cifV is a sirlal uro for The rlisoatt iiaTiifi.
Ttiee spM-i!ips euro nlihixit uiutrt'lut;, ptirp
'nir or rtHlnciriK tho s ti -in, ami on1 in tuct nnl
dLtltlietiovcreiicn r i,u di bo; t br or 11.
LIST OF PRINflt At. fTIlK. rBlCF!.
t Vrvrrti t'tHipi-stlnn. Inrtii'ntnatlon. .. .'2.
Z 'rniH, V'-rrn Kfvir, rin Cciic . .J.'S
H 4 rvinn i'ulatorlii.-thiiih'oi'ii'iiuita ."i.'S
1 lifiiilitfi, of fhildrt-n tr aukIis ...
pvurnfrf' rfTtriK, Hflfn-i-( olic... '2-
ti Cholera Morbus. Von it ting i.'S
7 ('(tntrr'M, Cold. Urom-hiiN .."j
Niui alu ia, Tootlmch, Kitrarlic ...
51 lcn!in bH. Sf k Ilcrtdischf. Vertigo
HI l).vfMpHia liif -us stomorh -5
II hnoprrHiti'il or lninful I'eriods.
i'Z Whites, Uto rrnf i'criMis
13 ( roan, rvmrh, Difthutt linuihltic. .. .'.i.j
1 I nlt Khruui, KryP.'l. riipth.us.
1 - K heainnt i lit liln uinidii'I'ii'.ns....
1 i Ii'tituii'I Atno. t hills, Blaliuiii ".A
17 Wind or HUt'tHiip ,.
19 'tnri'h, intlnenz;i, ( id in the! t":d ..
Wboopiner foiiuh Vii.h-rt roi:hi.
-'ncrn li-bil;t .1 hysjcul W Citkiit-Hs .AO
"7 HuIrpv Oi ne te ..O
-:S Nervous Oebilify J.IH
:N Vriiifiry AVenknrRM, Wottinp Hffi. .AO
I! J Iieasehof lhiIteart,iaIi.lL;ilu.nl.j:
SnM by PrngtiTR, rr Bc.nt postpaid on receipt
T prfc. !r. HrnrHR:Ys Mantau 044 pa ires)
richly tHinnd In cloth attd fril. niiiil'x! tree.
HT7MPHSEYS' MEDICINE CO..
Cor. William and John Streets, New fork,
till. ST. Alt 31 A
la the Snfept and Bnrwst KomedyevcrdiRCOvertwi
for H tbe unnatural li.-cbauv I'bivatb
Jiiskakfh op Wen and the debilitatinc wcakneus
peculiar to women. H has never fuilod toenro
the mo1;! obstinate cane, In njon, in from 3 to 6
tiayH. (Nolhiiia that makes quicker claims is
Bttfo. It. Is convenient, to carry nn.1 handy to
nao no bottle or spoon to annoy you. ftorrtem
bor, we fnaranee it. Priee Sl.lKI per box. Com
plete instructions with each box. If tbe drufi
Kit you ask for Dr. St. Armand's I'renott Cure
has ii 'it pot it, don't l.-t liim tool you with his
oily tongue by selling you somftliiiiR else in
stead, but. Bond j-rtce to us and wo will forwRrd
to you by mail, in lduin, nniuarkfd lox. We
also treat patients by mail. Adrlreas THK
J1AZZAKAK MKDIClNF. CO., 2"0 bouih fcan
ganion titroot, Chioago, 111.
KaBily and Speedily Regained by UKicg
This gennins Turkish Ketnedy positively cores
Nervousness, Wakefulness, Evil Dreama, LaBsi
tnde. Pain in ie Hack, Vital Kzhanstion, and
all diseases caused by Errors of Youth or Ex
cesses. It is convenient to carry and easy to
nss. Price 81.01 per box, or 6 for S.0O. A writ
ten guarantee to enre, or money refunded, given
with each "i.00 order. If the Uruepst yon ask
for Hazzarak's TurkiBh Pills has not sot them,
don't let him fool von with bis oily tongue and
sell yon something else instead, but send price
to us and we will forward to you by mail. In
plain, unmarked package, We also treat pa
tients by mail. Address THE HAZZAKAK
MEDICINK CO., 2UU Booth bonamon Street.
No Drup;g or Medicines of Any Kind
Sl- VKK KKOM'K Tt !. I L..
No in -onvt-nlencc whatever. Pleasant to take.
Can b h?neht at any flrst-tlasg grocers. B to 81
ctn s will cure the worst ca-e. Send (1.00 tor
lecipe to BOX 19, Milford, Cokn.
That Looks Impossible !
But it is the Truth !
Our entire stock of Clothing and Gent's Furnish
ing Goods has to be sacrificed regardless
of cost, as we will positively
QUIT THE CLOTHING BUSINESS.
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
Are selling THIS WEEK a splendid boys lace
shoe for $1, worth $1.50.
We have the
:B0ST0N STORI RUBBERS:
For both ladies and gents.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
Impitrtst- 'Miiiirtnitrat!fartn4'T u tbeFkia. Re
moves all rimiitcs, frv kl tuul iJisclnrvtKMis.
sale by Mat tli t-FlitUnicrn'-t.ornuulei lur 60 etc
THIS PAPER 'HJ!
KrwPAPr.B AovEanstNO Bcatn (10 epruoe
(Survi HEW YORK.
J. T. DIXOJST
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue