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ABOUT FOUL BROOD. THE "SCRUB" FARMER. THE EPE1RA SPIDER. How wretched is the man who has fallen a victim to Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, or diseased Liver, with all the horrible attendants.. Look upon the picture. Poor man, being tired of dragging out a miserable existence, he is the'picture of despondency; altogether, he is rather a forlorn specimen. .. Do we pity him ? Of course; but at the same tfme feel assured that in a measure he is to blame for the bad state into which he has fallen. A sure, safe, speedy and easy cure can be found in Simmons Liver Regulator—Nature's own remedy. No mercury or deleterious drugs, not unpleasant to the taste, and always reliable—just such a remedy as you can pin your faith to without a shadow of disappointment. Read the testimonial, don't take our word for it: "T have been subject to severe spells of Congestion of the Liver, and have been in thciabil of taking from TJ to 20 grains of calomel, which generally laid me up for three or four days. Lately I have been taking Simmons Liver Regulator which gave me relief, without any interruption to business." J. Hocc, Middlcport, Ohio. j. a. XEILIJT to co., SOL» PROpRreroRS, PHILADELPHIA, PA. PRICE, Sl.OO. " What's that ? A new invention which works all the year round? Surprisin'—these days are not iike the old times. Bleedin' was the only remedy them clays. But now, as you say, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a true remedy for the blood." It's not like the sarsaparillas, that are said to be good for the blood in March, April and May. The "Golden Medical Discovery" works equally well at all times, in all seasons and in all cases of blood-taints, or humors, no matter what their name or nature. "Golden Medical Discovery" is the only Blood and Liver medicine, sold by druggists, guaranteed to benefit or cure in every case, on fair trial, or money paid for it will be promptly refunded. "World's Dispensary Medical Association, Proprietors, IsTo. 663 Main Street, Buffalo, IN. T. You Can Eat WHAT YOU LIKE IF YOU TAKE DR. WHITE'S DANDELION ALTERATIVE. It ceres Indigestion, Biliousness, Liver and Kidney diseases, Constipation, Rheumatism and Neuralgia. It purifies the blood, and makes the weak strong and vigorous. Thousands have been restored to health by this great medicine, why not you P Very large bottle for $1, and every bottle warranted. oold'hy B. F. Keeslingr and D.E Pryor. DOM'T -BE A WORM! Nature In tended you Tor a Man: iryouaredlspafl- •d,ahewlll/ie/p you, and by ualajf proper means, yon can pet well and stay well, we cure U'ormt Cue* of !Hen'» Wea.v.ne>rac» and I>Uea»e«. Vr^ •^Explaios all! -Sent MlllR NEW BOOK Isealod. free. SOT a time. | UUn tlEtl PUUIV BtKIWo.K. Y. EverythlngconHdentlal always! DON'T BE A FOOL! VEGETABLE COUGHS AND COLDS. 3Sc. and SI. at all druggist*. E, MORGAN & 8018, - - Proprietors, PKOVIDE^ 7 CE. R. L TEADE SUPPLIED by ROSS GORDON^ LaFayette, Ind. For sale by B. F B-eesUng: II There Any Redemption for Him and Mis Methods? At this time of the year in traveling through the country you can sec the "scrub" farmer here and there by looking- over his fields, seeing' in one a binder, in another a mower, and haying tools and plows in fence corners where used last, ready for spring work. The rotation of crops, the sowing- of clover for fertilizing, is almost unknown to him. lie farms one fijld in one kind of grain as Ion;,' as it will raise it. and 1hen from sheer necessity he ehnng-cs to smother fiold to be treated in like taiiianer. Likewise his stock is treated in the same way. His horses, so poor they scarcely cast a shadow in sprin:/ from want of proper shelter and feed, are expected to pull a plow to turn over his already exhausted soil for the purpose of making- another vain attempt to raise another crop. His poer, forlorn, scrubby cattle stand around shivering with cold, their backs in rainbow shape. Morning- and evening- his good wife almost frce/.es or stands in mud shoe-mouth deep, drawing- the scanty milk supply. Likewise his hog's are given a bed in a fence corner, where they will not want for plenty of fresh air; but alas! the corncrib is almost empty and .the supply is cut short, to the poor razor-back's dismay. , Interrogate the "scrub" farmer upon the subject of farming and stock-raising and he will very soon tell you there is nothing- in it for him—which is too true. Ask him the cause and he will inform you that bad crops, indifferent legislation and high taxes are what is the matter. His whole study is high or low tariff and political economy—which is all very well, but not much ready cash. Ask him to subscribe for a paper and he will answer you about this way: "Oh, my! I can't subscribe. I haven't got the money; besides, I don't think they amount to much anyway. They are filled up with stuff wrote by persons that never seen a farm, and they don't know what the. farmer needs." Talk about improved stock and he will tell you they are for the rich; all you want is plenty of feed and you can make fine stock out #f scrubs—but he is very careful not to attempt to do it. Now is there any redemption for such men and methods? So long as we have the "scrub" farmer 'just so long will our stock yards be adorned with the scrub stock of all descriptions which he invariably throws On the market at a loss to himself and probably to the consumer.—Cor. Breeders' Gazette. APPLE ROOT LOUSE. How to Get Rid of This Pernicious Little Insect. I send you a specimen of diseased apple tree root. Pleise give cause of knots on roots, and remedy, if any. My trees are dying and doing ,no good. The roots sent show every evidence of Slaving been attacked by the apple .root APPLE BOOT LOUSE. • a, knotted root; "b, wingless louse; c, winged. Blouse (Schizoneura lanigera] even to the ipresence.. of dead and dried-up lice in .some of the cracks and cavities. This .injury is common in many Southern. •localities and has been found the past iseason in Iowa. It is seldom serious in Northern localities.. The lice puncture the roots to pump out the sap, thus causing the swelling- .and distorted growth of knots on the roots. These tissues then rot and the -tree sooner or later dies. One plan of Attacking these insects is to uncover the .roots and pour hot water over the in- 'sects. Probably a plan that would have ,a better result in the end would be to 'prepare a kerosene emulsion according 'to the common formula, with soap, and 'drench the roots with, this, following 'the treatment with a drenching of clear water.. To make the emulsion, put 'half a pound of common bar soap in a .gallon of water; bring to boiling point and pour this into two gallons of kerosene, churn them violently together un- .til they form a creamy emulsion and "then before using 1 dilute, for these insects, with ten to twelve tunes this quantity of water — thirty to thirty-six gallons.— Orange Judd Farmer. flow to Km Various methods are proposed for killing or capturing hawks. A "hawk trap" is a board with a number of long spikes driven through it and sharpened. A chicken is tied to the board and the hawk in trying to catch the chicken sticks himself on the spikes. Some farmers kill a chicken, pierce the flesh with a knife and put in strychnine. Then they hang the carcass to a tree. A remarkable (?) story comes from Connecticut of a farmer .who took a scythe blade, ground it as keen as a razor and bolted it to a high pole with the edge up, at an.angle of 45 degrees. The hawks would fly down to rest on the scythe, while they "sighted" at a chicken and would at once slide down the keen edge, cutting off their toes! — Rural New Y^r 1 r"r rvis well known tiiat oil is commonly used m edicinally in cases of consumption in persons. It has been proved that a diet largely consisting of cotton-seed oil has been effective in the treatment and cure of this disease. Why may it not be beneficial to use this oil in the shape of cotton-seed meal more largely than heretofore as food for the cows in dairies where the whole effort is to draw out the last drop of fat from the system to enrich the milk? Eaw cotton-seed oil is cheap Enough to us"e as food, and if fed -with the bran so liberally used it would reduce the proportion of nitrogenous elements in tho food and increase, th? -fat?.—Henry Stewart. The Most Difficult Problem Confrontine the Aplurlst To-Day. In a paper before the North American Bee-Keepers' Association at Keokuk, Allen Pringle gave the following concerning foul brood: This is the most serious and difficult question confronting 1 the apiarist to-day. The foul-brood problem has stood the longest—a defiance to our heads and a menace to our pockets. During the honey How is the best time for operating. In the evening remove tliu bees and queen from the diseased colony, and place them in a clean hive, with foundation starters. Four days afterwards tate away all frames of comb and starters from them, and give them full sheets of foundation, or empty comb which you know to be free from the taint of disease. The colony is now cured, and will rear brood, healthy and free from the disease, until con tracted ujram through the ingathering of diseased honey, or otherwise. The honey is the chief, if not the only medium of the contagion, and one drop of the affected honey brought into a healthy colony, if used for larval food, is sufficient to start the disease. To cure a foul-brood colony in the fall, after, the honey season is over, remove the bees and queen from their hive and place them in a clean hive with as many frames of healthy, sealed honey or sirup as may be required for winter. The combs must be complete ly filled and sealed so that the bees will retain the diseased honey they may bring with them until it is digested, instead of depositing it in the combs, and so that the queen may have no place to deposit eggs until all the danger is past. This is the simple plan of curing foul-brood, followed by Mr. McEvoy, our inspector, and is invariably snccessfv.1. He' has treated hundreds of cases during the past season, without a single failure. Since he began his official work, in May last, under our act, he has examined nearly a hun- 'dred apiaries a.nd a thousand colonies. Many whole apiaries which-were fairly rotten with the disease, are now found to be perfectly sound and healthy. ABOUT BEE PASTURAGE. Jfo Two 1'oints or I'liintH Seem to Average Kxactly Alike. In a paper read before the North American Beekeepers's Association at 'Keokuk, la., A. I. Root says: Past ex- 'perience seems to have taught us that inot only is it true that no plant bears .honey invariably, but it is also true that i a great many plants may now and then •give quite a yield of honey. Doolittle got quite a crop of very nice honey from teasel. Dr. Miller had quite a little honey yield from cucumbers, wherj they were raised for pickle factories. Spanish-needle from the swamps .sometimes gives large quantities of very rich amber honey. Last season Dr. Miller had a yield of very nice honey right along- for months; and. if I am correct, he docs not know yet where it came from. When I visited him he asked me if I could see enough white clover, or clover of-any kind: to account for the amount of honey that was then coining in. I could not. And yet there was nothing else visible to 'us, in wur miles of travel, that ,should furnish it. Eape sometimes 'give quite, a flow of beautiful honey in localities where the plant is raised largely for seed. jMustard fields also furnish more or less. The question is ^ometimes asked: Shall we give up our 'location and move to a better one? Sometimes it may pay to do so, if we have decided that honey raising is to be our business for life. But after we make the move we may discover that •the honey has ceased in the new location; and at the same tune we may find, .too; that the old locality has been blessed with a bountiful flow. Instead of moving I would locate a few colonies, say five or six miles away, in different directions. Many of our bee-keepers who have ''out apiaries" have in this way found points were the honey yield is much better, year after year, than in the home apiary. It is a fact that no two points seem to oaverage exactly alike. Some honey is to be found almost everywhere, and occasionally there comes a few days of bountiful yield almost everywhere. FLOWER-POT BRACKET. \e> It C«.n Be Made by Any Good JHacksuiith and of Any Size. The bracket illustrated helow is designed for either a hay or a side win- dovy. It does not take up the floor room or prevent a e cess to the ivindow as a stand would, and is hung on a pivot so as to he easily adjusted and changed to different positions. The pieces which are screwed to the casing 1 should he about 1^x2 inches and torn at a right angle, and extend about 1 inch from the wood-work. This projecting- part should , have a %-mch hole for one end of the pivot supporting- the bracket. The entire bracket can be made by 'any good blacksmith and of any desired size. It can be painted to match the wood-work and will he found very convenient.—Orange Judd Farmer. The earliest known lens is one made of .rock crystal, unearthed by Layard at Nineveh. This lens, the age of which is to bemeasured,by thousands of years, now lies in the British Museum, with its surface as bright as when it left the makers hands. By the side of it are very recent specimens of lens which have been ruined by exposure to London's fo^s :i.ml sTnolre. IF you .can not afford to have full- bred chickens, purchase at least a full,blood rooster to cross with your com- hens. One of tho Mo* Brilliant Spiders Found in American Gardens. As the butterfly excels the moth in brilliancy of color, so excels the epeira all other spiders. They weave webs of enormous size, with large and regular meshes. Who does not know the big spider of the paries and gardens, whose web often embraces the breadth of an entire thoroughfare? Who has not had THE ISPKISA SPIDEH. occasion to admire the splendid appearance of the epeira diadema, with its reddish yellow coat, marked in the upper part with dark lines, a sort of design resembling the cross of St. Denis? Among spiders in general the male, in point of size, is much inferior to the fcwnale, but it is rare to meet with so enormous a disproportion as exists between the sexes in the black and golden epeira. The mule, when contrasted with the fiTiuile. is ;i veritable pignjy The questi'-r. is. ivlmt uhuncp has IIP wlii'n hi. 1 - l':im:v Uiras LD amorous thoux'Hs.- anil lu j erivt,- his tinv t-i'nl aoar IMC '••• ' ' — i.-tum ft hi.. Dim-i 01-^1 Animal Parasites of Sheep. Animal parasites of sheep is the subject of a bulletin that is sent out by the Department of Agriculture. It gives the diagnosis, treatment and history of the many parasites which affect sheep and is a book that both the farmer and scientist can use and comprehend. The parasites of the skin, head, lungs, intestines, liver and other organs are all treated in a thorough manner and a large number of illustrations of all the worms in their different stages of development are used. The nodular disease of the intestines, which is a common and wide-spread disease of the Ea_stern and Southern States, is described for the first timf.. This is one of the best bulletins that, "the department has published, as well as one of the best treatises on this subject. All bulletins are sent free by writing to Secretary ,1 M. Rusk or Dr D. E'. Salmon. chief of the bureau 01 rtnimal industry. Washington. D. C R ADWAY'S READY RELIEF. The most certain"and safe Pain Remedy in the world that instantly stops the most excruciating pains. It it is truly the great CONQUEROR OF PAIN and has done more good than any known remedy. FOR SPRAINS, BRUISES, BACKACHE, PAIN IN THE CHEST OR SIDES,iHEADACHE, TOOTHACHE OR ANY OTHER EXTERNAL PAIN, a few applications rubbed on by the hand act like magic, causing the pain to instantly stop. For COLDS, BRONCHITIS,PN.EU- MONIA CONGESTION, INFLAMMATIONS, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA* PAINS IN THE SMALL OF BACK etc., more extended applications are necessary to effect a cure. ALL INTERNAL PAINS, PAINS IN BOWELS OR STOMACH, CRAMPS, SPASMS, SOUR STOMACH, NAUSEA, VOMITING, HEARTBURN, NERVOUSNESS, SLEEPLESSNESS, SICK HEADACHE. DIARRHCEA, COLIC, FLATULENCY, FAINTING SPELLS are relieved instantly and quickly cured by taking internally a halt' to a teaspoonful of Ready Relief in half a tumbler of water. WITH RAD WAY'S PILLS THERE IS NO BETTER C>5RE OR PREVENTIVE OF FEVER AND AGUE. I'nce 5Oc. prr bottle. Sold by Any "R. R. R." or any •'.READY RELIEF' .without the uarneRAD WAY, is a COUNTERFEIT R ADWAY'S PILLS, The Oreat Lirer and Stomach Remedy Forthecureof all disorders.of the STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS, KIDNEYS, BLADDER, NERVOUS, DISEASES, LOSS of APPETITE, HEAD ACHE, CONSTIPATION, COSMVE NESS, INDIGESTION, BILIOUSNESS FEVER, INFLAMMATION of the BOWELS, PILES, and all derange^ merits of the Internal Viscera. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals, or DELETERIOUS DRUGS. PERFECT DIGESTION will be ac c^mplished by taking RADWAY'S PILLS. Byso doing Dyspepsia, SICKHEADACH, FOULSTOMACHE, BILIOUSNESS, will be avoided- and the food that is eaten contri bute. Its nourishing properties to the support of the natural waste of the body Price 25c. per box. SOLD BY ALL DRCCISTS. The annoyance of breaking lamp-chimneys need not be borne. Get tough glass chimneys. Macbeth's "pearl top " an3 " pearl glass" are tough against heat; they do not break, except from accident. They are also clear, transparent, not misty or milky; they fit and stand upright; shape and proportions are right to direct the draft upon the flame. They cost a little more than rough and wrong chimneys of common glass that break continually. I'lunburg. GEO. A. MAcaETn & Co. Tutt's Pills CUBE CONSTIPATION. To enjoy health one should have regular cvacitationH every twenty roar bourn. 'Jflic evils, both mental and physical, reuniting from HABITUAL CONSTIPATION •re many and serious. For the car* of this common trouble, Tutt's Liver Pills have euined a popularity unparalleled. Elegantly augur coated. SOLD EVERYWHERE. CARTER'S ITTLE IVER PILLS. CURE Kick Headache and relievo all tns troubles Inaf* dent to o bilious state of the system, suofc «• Dizziness Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after eating. Pain in tha Side, &o. While taeiimort remarkable success has been shown ixi curing SICK Headache, yet Carter's Littla Llvor PD3I Bra equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pro- venting thieannwyincrcomplaint.'whilo they alBO correct all disorders 01 the stomach^tiniulato tha liver and regulate the bowels. Even if they only HEAD Acbethoj would be slmofltpricelessto those woo euf/er from this distressing complaint; butfortu- natelytbeirgoodneflsdoegnotendhere.andthofia Tvhooncetrytliom-will find these-littlo pills-rain- uble In BO many -ways that they will not bo willing to do without them. But after allelck bead Cheap Lands and Homes in. Kenj tucky, Teunesee, ALAiBAIMA, Mississippi and Louisiana. ,, On the line of iliw Queen 4 Crescent Route can? be I'omul 2,000,0111)acri'.s of splendid bottom, op-., land. Limber and stock lunds. Also the-, fine*'' fruit and mineral lamis on the cuutliifant tor sale on favorable terms. FAKMKHS! wliu all tl).v gutting get a home In ' the sunny SouUi, wLevx blizzards and Ice clad', plains are uiiknuwn, ,, TUeQufwn & Crescent Route Is 94 Miles the Shortest anil Quickest Line Cincinati 10 New.Orleans Tin it-a; Hours. Entire Trains, Baggnui- Car, .Day Coactn-s arm olt>epe,r« run tlihiugb wlthom change. Ill) Miles UIB Shortest. X Hours Hie Quickest Cincinnaii 10 Jacksonville, Fla. Tinif 27 Hours. Ttie only Inn- riiriniMi aoJia Tnilns and TlirouKl/ ONLY U.NJC KEUU CINCINNATI TO Chatliiiiugii, Trnii.. l-uri l-ayim, AJa., Meridian, Uiss.. Vl«klinrs. lilss.. tjlirevfrpon, La. 20 lliles the SlioFU-j-l Cljidimall to lexjuyton, Kr. 5 Hoars 'vUlcRt-si < ludjiiiiitl U' Kuux\lU<', Tenn, / il" Miles Die Shnripsi Cincinnati to Atlanta aiids! Augusta, Ga. in Milm Hie ?l»;i le.-i Cinclnnatt to Annlston Ala, Sfi Miles the . siii.uc-i Cincinnati to BlnnlDghain i Ala. s •i|iiiiii-si I'ini'lniiatl r<i Mobile. £.1*. Direct connections at NPW Orleans and Shreveport: For Texas, Mexico, California.' Trains leave Central Dnlon Depot, Cincinnati; crossing the Famous High Brlflge of Kentuck), ' and rounding the base of Lookout Mountain. PiiJImwn Boudoir Sleepers on all Through Trains Is the bane of so many lives that hora Is whers we make our great boast. Ourpillacureitwhila others do not. Qirter'fi Little Liver Pills are very small and very easy to take. One or two pills make a dose. They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or pur^e, but by Uidr gentle action-please all who use them. Invialsrtt25centa; flvoforj-l. Solo by druggists everywhere, or sent by moiL • CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York. SHALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE GOLD MEDAL, PABIS, 1378. Breakfast Cocoa from "which the excess of oil has been removed, is Absolutely Pure and it is Soluble. No Chemicals are used in its preparation. It has more than three times Hie strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is therefore far more economical, costing less than ene cent a, cup. It is delicious, nourishing, strengthening, EASILY DIGESTED, and admirably adapted for invalids as well as for persons in health. Sold by Grocers everywhere. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. Uwr uric, illlllon Acres of Land in Altuma, thai : future (mat state of the South subject to prtM'mpllnn. Unsurpassed climate. For Correct-Count j Maps, Lowest Rjtes and roll particulars Hddrcs. D. G. EDWARDS, (ma PassHigei & Ticket Agent. iJuw-Fi ,v CrHM-ciitBaute, Cincinnati. 0. TEXAS FARM LANDS At present valuation will moke men rich dnrinir ; the year 1SJ1. Tho most conservative admit.the; ; truth of this assertion. It is natu known that thef nest wheat land intke aotld and suitable for all small grains and fruits and In • many instances cotton lire . . ^ In North and WestTexas- Teias farmers nave an enormous home market: ; as well as "* Twelve Thousand Miles of Railroad and Ocean Outlet j, for their surplus crop. Here farmers aro ablo W : work out of doors every day In the year, andstocK' r , run on KDISS from January to Jamuuy. Many j farmers inKansas and in u>e north-west are selling j whatever equity they have In tbeir forms, ouyinir ,,, the cheat> lands of Texas. And In many instances^ cleanup tho price of theland from their firtt years {« crops. The latestcensus shows that few farmeni In, j; Texas have their farms mortgaged. The Texas ** HCbool fund is the largest of uny coradonwealtnin ^ the world, aesronitinK in cash and lands some sirtv •y millions of dollars. Slatetaxesare ten cents-oo the» ! hundred dollars.' t i We simply aet as Agents in the Sale of land -i Consequently give tbe'ume attention totho inter- ;. e»t of tne buyer or Investor «s to tne seller, we ^ have now for sale good agricultural lands for from i % three to ten dollars per acre, according to location. 4 These lands will double in^value In three years, we v ' can invest money in-hich (Trade first mortgages for , * non-residents jbcaiin? J0 : pcr coit.-- We do notmajce ^ anycharge'foroommiBSlonsfrombnyersor lenders ,,of money-. K TOO 1 wont a farm era mortgage write 'S," us. FortWorthcityproperty a specialty. We refer v: by permission to tho First National Bank, the Cliy "i National Bank, the Merchants National Bank, Ell or.' •: Fort Worth,. »nd. the Fort WorthChamber of Com- •$. merce. Correspondence Solicited. " THOMAS'J. HURLEY, V GonATOn' MimicrPAi, BONDS. COMJOCBCIAI, « PAFXB, MOETOAQES AND KEA1 BSTATB, f Hurley Office BuiMing, Forth Worth, T«nt. 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Middle*m?ed and Elderly men who are lunennff from the effect* of youthful follies or ex* :eeses of maturer yean*, and now find their manl? viKOr decreased ana who are troubled with terrible dralnmind IOSHCB.JOU can bepermancctlyresvoredto PICBFECT 3ktAXHOOI>, at home, without «X(>QM(ire* tit low^mt eOHt, by Dr* Clarltt}'* ftppcovcd methods, tested and proviyj In nearly 4C TGttr'tt practice (Kutabllslied 1851), m Cbronlci Kervou* nod Spcctnl Diaenses. If In noed of mcdlcrtl aid, send for Question lirt o you cun fully describe the symptoms of your pai tlculardlsense to me. Conyultation free P 7 ^ "**"i*pJ Houre, 8 to 8; Sundays. 9 to 12. Addref*& . • F. D. CLARKE, M.D., 186 S. Clark St., CHICAGO, ^ Do Toil test or. Special -- IN— , STOCKS, HONDS, AND If so, trade wim a reliable firm who have ind t' n years experience, and are members of the Cliicjiv '*Board of Trade and Sfeocfc Exchange. Who do business strictly on Commission, Refer to IlUno.* Trust and Savings BaijK, Chicago, C. A. WHYLAND & CO. :O .Pacific- Ave. - CMecwro. t Ha. We send fre; of charge our Daily Market Rvpcrt «r.d Circular or. application. Interest aitowt'rt oo monthly balances, JOSEPH filLLOTT'S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, P«l^ EXPOSITION, 1889. THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS. ICUBEKUPTUBE DR. HORNE'S ELECTRIC TRUSSES Have Cured 10,00" Ruptures in 15 V«ar». £jj •1 suffered with a double rupture 5 yours. Tour H«o-s| We Truss cured me In 3Vi aiouUis. J. ft PmtPOT *' sa Sopt 24, '90. ' -' Chattanooga, Tcn °m "Tonr Bl(>cflc Trnss cured my rupture after sufferings 15 years. Mn3. A. DooanTT." Absecon, S. J. Oct. 8, 'O0.<5 "lam cnrod sound and well by wcartnp your-Ele Truss. B. HAR7BX."I>aTls.CIty, ioM-a.- .AUK. 17, ' Tho only .genuine Elfrti-Jt 3>ii«« and Ilclf <:<imbl« IntK^worM. (!0-pRr«ltl»»ttrHU'<l bnnkptCtitfre^woMle DR. HORNE,INVENTOR, ISO WABASH-'AVE , CHICAGO. j