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THIS ABGUP. SATCTKHAY FEJUtlTAJiY 1, 1892.
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SWINE FOB PROFIT.
Practical Hints and Helpful Suggestions
Farmers Will Save Money to Heed.
Most farmers raise at least a few hogs,
Viough to supply the pork for their own
onsumption. There are few, however,
who consider the requirements of the
hog. and endeavor to meet those with
the same care as is expended on other
farm animals. This is all the more
strange in the fare of the growing de
mand for good bar m, which one de
mand alone presents a field for breeders
to fill. Here are some helpful hints from
the Philadelphia Farm Journal:
Select nice, smo th, lengthy sows.
with well proportio led bodies, if they
are to be bred fur sp nng pigs. The ani
mal that shows a "endency to fatten
easily at any age, an 1 one having a good
constitution and good bone, is also to be
desired. While the sow is important.
the boar is still more to be scaled for
points. He must have good qualities if
the pigs are to be decnded on. He may,
however, be shorter in body. Have the
pigs arrive in March and April, and be
ready to give them .ood care.
No animal more ( njoys back scratch
ing or grooming tha i the pig, and what
animals enjoy conduces to their growth.
If yon can't spend time to use an old lux
or stiff broom on ea .-h animal daily, ar
iinr.F. all sizi:s of swine rub.
range a place wl;T? the pigs can rub
themselves. X simpler device is su
perior to a rough pt le cut in the woods
and fastened at .mi- end to the floor and
at the other to a joist four feet high.
Here all sizes r.i! i Next to the trough
it is the favorite ;.lnre.
Do the strong ;;nimals rob the weaker
ones and so keep x em back? Don't let
the strong ones mm too rapidly nor
crowd the puny o; es at feeding time.
Stout strips of i.nk thrown across the
trough and held t tere by screws and
strap iron will do j. ood service. A few
hard cobbles kept in the trough will
make them eat tuor slowly. In the sec
ond cut is shown a j.;ood contrivance. It
consists of strong short partitions put up
across the trough so one cannot crowd
another. Where but two or three hogs
are kept the result? of robbing are not
noticeable, bnt in 1 irge lots the loss is
A load of woods foil thrown in the sty
once a month will do much toward keep
ing the swine wel'. and contented. It
freezes but little, being so light and un
der trees and leaves and is nearly al
ways available. T ie roots and nuts and
rotten wood just suit hogs in winter
when they cannot have their usual run
and need vaiiety. Throw in a chunk of
charcoal every day also. It is a great
thing to keep digestion good.
' A TROUGH THAT PREVENTS CROWDING.
A merciful act at slaughtering time is
to stun the victim before bleeding with
a blow between the eyes, a trifle above
the direct line. It also facilitates stick
ing. If the scald water is not hot
enough at butchering time drop in a few
bricks or stones nperheated. This is
an old and good way. A hog hanger at
killing time for tht porkers is sometimes
a puzzler on a sma .1 farm where only a
few swine are fat ened and the owner
does the work himself. Seven 12
foot poles that are stocky should be cut
in the woods and 1 auled up beforehand,
to be convenient, these are bound to
gether as shown in the third cut, the
feet of the nprigh :s being imbedded in
the soil an inch or two. If the upper
crossbeam is not high enough the spread
may be lessened aiid the height thus in
creased at once with little trouble.
When it is desired to lower the pork for
cutting up the act may be reversed, if
the binding cords are not too tight.
The pig ought t ) be a prominent fac
tor in the winter dairy business. The
maker of butter or cheese can just as
well keep two to twenty brood sows
and get two litter? yearly to sell at six to
eight weeks old. Ln this way large pay
may be got for the skimmilk or whey,
and bought foods will make the farm
richer for the cow.--.
A SIMTLE HOO HANGER.
The hog is a good friend to the farm
er who desires to make his farm richer
and at the same time get a good living.
The cow is not the only machine on the
farm. Successful farming is the econ
oniv of all forces.
An English agriculturist writes thus
about gas lime:
The best way of applying gas lime is
from four to six c artloads per acre be
fore plowing for roots and cabbages.
1 followed this system many years and
found 1 grew gt od clean roots, free
from grub, and the corn crops following
almost free frorr wireworm. I have
tried dressing with four cartloads per
acre immediately before plowing, for
wheat and oats, bat found it always did
injury more or let s to the corn.
THE MODERN NOVEL.
A Specimen Chapter Taken from
One'. tireateHt Kdort.
Reginald Marston had leen talking
with Miss Alexander for at least two
hours on the piazza, where Fred Wheel -ington
had presented him to the heiress.
All his best powers had been exerted to
please her and it was quite evident that
he was more than successful. As
Wheelington came out at 11 o'clock into
the fragrant summer air of the night
Marston arose to go.
"Not yet, 1 hope," said Miss Alexan
"Yes, I have staid too long already."
Marston almost whispered, as he took
With a short good night to both he
left Miss Alexander and Wheelington
on the piazza.
Wheelington took the chair Marston
had vacated, and with the familiarity of
an old friend drew it nearer that of the
"What have yon been saying ('. me to
Mr. Marston'-" she began impulsively.
"Not a great deal of a complimentary
character," he replied banteringly.
"There isn't much to say, don't you
"Oh, of course not," she laughed,
"but you must have said something,"
she insisted, "for 1 never saw a man so
earnest, so honest, so persistent in find
. ing in one all the graces of womankind.
He did it so gracefully and so charming
ly, too, that really I have quite fallen in
love with him."
Wheelington coughed significantly and
"Indeed?" he said briefly.
"Tell me." she urged, "now that's a
real nice big brother," and she took his
hand caressingly in hers.
"But 1 didn't tell him anything," he
insisted, without making any violent
effort to take his hand away from hers.
"That is." he said after a moment, "not
"Oh. but it must have been a great
"No, it was only a word or two."
"Pshaw!" she exclaimed, snatching
her hand from his, "you couldn't tell
him anything about me in a word or
two which could possibly have had any
influence upon him."
"It seems, however, my dear Miss
Alexander, that I did," he said exasper
atingly. She jumped up from her chair and
walked across the piazza, where she
stood against the rail pulling a honey
suckle to pieces.
"How perfectly idiotic," she exclaimed,
throwing the flower to the floor. "What
"1 told him you were very rich."
She crushed the flower under her foot
and went into the house. Detroit Free
Wheeze, Sneeze! Groans,
Pills! Lint. Splint!
Doctor fee. One V!
Ed Molt in New York Sim.
Are All Men Murderers?
Says a student of human nature: "Half
the men you meet have homicidal tenden
cies at times. Tt is the nature of man.
Nothing but civilization and the self con
trol that comes of it prevents our killing
each othcron slight pretexts. The so called
crime waves are probably the result of
general conditions that tend to throw men
off their mental guard and reduce them to
natural savagery." New York Herald.
Mrs. J. O. Northup of Burlineto
ermont, after a resent visit with her
son -in-law, Mr. Clarey, of Ds Moines,
wrote as follows: "I caught a bad cold
on my way borne, and am sorry that I
did not bring a bottle or two of the Cu
beb Cough Cure with me. I can't get
anything here that does mc as much
good." Mr. Clarey sa's that he would
not be without the Cubeb Cough Cure
for his children. For sale by all drug.
cists. Hartz & Bahnsen, wholesale
QUICKLY. THOROUGHLY, FOREVER CURED
v b new Perfected
wfS. twlentiflc methl that
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A , CBSe IB wyona Human
theft rut day. feel a bene
fit every day : futon k now
yourself a kins anion r
men in body, mind and
heart. iJmins and louses
ended. Everv otararle
to happy married life re
moved. Nerve force
when failing or lontare
reatorea by tnts treat
ment. All (iniaUand weak
portion of the body en-
junrea aoa BirerJKtnenea.
victims or annee and
exeewwR. reclaim your
manbond ! Sufferers from
regain your Tifror! Don t
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vtnse. Ion t be d tahnart
coed if quacks bave nb-
vea you. LetoRBbowTon
that medical science aod
bnfftntsu honor ptUl erlpt; here po hand ln hand.
Writ for our Book with explanations A proofs.
uioiieu Kaieu rci wer v,vw references
ESrs MEDICAL CO., SITITAIO. IT. T.
: Jour Dniinrist It
bottle of Hie; U. The
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' tbe unnatural discharge, and
I private diseases of men and the
debilitating weakness peculiar
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I days without the aid or
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The Vnivrrttnl American itc
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Men's calf tongue boots,
Men's heavy lace shoes,
Boys' lace shoes,
Ladies' peb. goat shoes,
Ladies' welt shoes,
These are bargains and good wearers and fitters.
If you want bargains in any kind of footwear
call and see us.
During the month of February
invoice, we will give you bargains
known of before.
Miles' Nerve and Liver Fills.
Act on anew principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousnees, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Hartz & Bnhn
WAKES CHILD BIRTH EftSY.
Colvin, La., Dec. 2, 1836. My wife tised
JHOTHEB'S FRIEND before her third
confinement, and says she would not be
without it for hundreds of dollars.
Sent by express on receipt of price. $1.50 per bot
tle. Book " To Mothers " mailed free.
BRAOFIELD FteaUUATOK CO.,
rem lc av all ohuogists. ATLANTA, OA.
feOLD Y H1B.1Z & BAHNSEN.
r WILL NOT
IP YOU TAKE
$500 Reward for ny
injurious substance found
in these Capsule.
Will Cure any
Monev refunded if not
s we say. Sent postpaid
on receipt 01 price,
NORMAN LICHTY. FAMILY CHEMIST.
Des Moines, Iowa.
Forea'cby a'l dnitrgistt. Ilaru & Bahnsen,
The Rock Island
Is the best . medium through
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.
C. O. X).
221 and 223
AL Laundry Work done on short notice.
A specialty of Dress Skirts .
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
ARSE & Co.'S
(These are out of style and must
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
J. X. I3IXON
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens,
1706 Second Aveme
GEOSGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenne, Corner of Sixteenth Stree Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
ree Lurch Krery Day
Proprietor of theBrady Street
AJ kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on band.
Green Houses Flower Store
Oae block north of Central Park, the largest in la. 804 Brady Street, Davcnportjowa.
A. BL ACKH ALL ,
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gents' Fine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly .
A share of yonrpatronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenue, Rock Island, Ei.
HOR.ST VON KCECKRITZ, Pharmacist
PBBscmrnoNs a Spscialtt.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St.
John Yolk: &c Co.,
Bash Doors Blinds, Biding, Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
Eixhteentb SU, bet. Third and Fourth ares.
1 mores a!I iimi!e. freefctf aod tliHcolor&tiona. Foe
I sato by ail trst -class dromrrte or mailed for St eta.
In stamps by
$3.00, worth $5.50.
and before we
in footwear never
Sandwicnes Furnished on Short Notin
TO THE AFFLICTED!
Whypay big forj" tn quack wrnri the bett
medical treatment can be had for remsun
able pric if The I Vrn i "hmical Co.. pre
pared lri)m ti e prvMriptntn of Ir. WtJt
i&mrt.a physician I world-wide repots!
YniH.fi iiril uterinr from Seminal
1 uuuv rrii-ii and Mttous lJebility.
Ifsa of Memory, Jk-spondencv. w9tc.
C ICCn UPN wbo experience weaknew
noy and HiadUer tmuMes, etc., will find our Method
'I Treatment n :nie, t. eruiin ana tpeeoy CL KR
-tCUIUJkl PIKTI! I CC Kpenenee proves that In.
jtWINAL rAdl ILLLO, U-rnl medicines ilainll
nciraireuie-noreaiimenui. in-. Wilirama.
bo h:is pi . - ssecial auentiod to tbem
rtineaws frm.uiy years. preM-nbes Semi
nal Pnotllles which actdirectlr unm iha
diseased onr!uis,and rcsture igor better
than Moniai h Medicines, as tbey are not
changed bythetrastric Juice and reqiri re ao
vuanfrcui oieior laierrupuonin biuwe.
HOME TREATMENT from Kito'JUdaya
crwtimr from R.OOto (15.(n, used with nn-
nuilams pnvato practice. Give them a trial.
PFHIFIf Nn SI 'rtheKidDeysandBla'ldereDres
HI LOU 10 nUiOl recent caws in one to fnr days.
UTERINE EUTRCPHIC lZZZTZ0'
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I MiooiE-aGiO " gib tn. at
STOMACH MCBtCRTICimia uct
TAINTT OR eiSAPrOIKTWkRt.s
tltr-r r.!!rv. tbe ort rn'n ia 2i htmwr
treatmeot tri&i L rcuiro ic.-l fr ?l. Clrrolkr frm.
THE PERU DRUC CO
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Dr. Renison's ftel-ab'e Bemedy. Famous every
where among the ladies as safe, prompt and
effectual. The original woman's tolcaiio. Price
fl, sent direct, sealed: information free. Address
Caton Medical Co.. Boston, Macs.