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IETTEH '. III.
INOALATIO.N -A TKEATMIWT F311 ON9UKI'-
TION IIOW CUUK8 AUE EKKI'dBlJ, BTC
It lias long bftuu a deHiduratum with tho
moilicitl profession to discover some effcet-
Uul mode of Hpplyiiig reraedicn directly to
diHcusod aurfuccB of tho luns, for it has al
ways lieca believed that, when esdniisHiUn,
local applications should be employed.
Tho propriety of treating diseuses of the
lungs ami air passages by inhalation, is ap
parent. If wo inhale medicated vapors we
bring tho reindy la direct contact with the
lisoased aurface. What proof have we that
medicines can act thus certainly on the
vital structure through tho lungs? Let us
Iuhalution of chlorine will arrest ulcers
and dry up secretions of the membrane lin
ing the bronchial tubes. Seo Billurd's
statement. The use of expectorant and
emollient vapors will produce the opposite
effect. No remedy by the stomach will
produce such results. If the patient is sit
ting up at two o'clock in the morning, chok
ing with asthma, hu antispasmodic inhal-
aut will procure relief in a few minutes
If tho ctse bo ono of chronic bronchitis,
and the secretion is profuse and semi-purulent,
the use of balsamic and astringent in-
halauts will diminish the quantity and im
prove the quality of the expectoration.
These Bre facta patent to tho observation ot
every medical man who is competent to
test them. The power of chlorine and io
dine to cure consumption is proven by the
fuctth'tt people in advanced stug s of pul
monary discuses who enter factories in which
the atmosphere is charged with the vapors
of these chemicals, by inhaling them rap
idly gets well; and, also, that the workmen
have entire immunity from lung discuses.
While a largo inajurity of the medical
profession say consumption cu not be
cured, we are not astonished that mankind
should echo tho pernicious sentiment. 1
cmlx)t this fallacy. I will adduce the tes
timony of a few able physicians to prove
Sydenham, perhaps the greatest physic
ian that haa appeared in Europe since the
time of the Arabians, affirms that he had
repeatedly cured phthisis (consumption),
not only in its incipient stage, but after
night-sweats and diarrhea had taken place.
L'tennec, the discoverer of the stethoscope,
and physician to the largest hospital in
Paris, examined thousands of bodies hfter
death, aud says he met cases in which large
portions of lung had beeu dettroyed by
tubercles in which the cavities had entirely
healed. Sir James Clark, physician to the
queen of England, in bis great work on
"Climato and Consumption," admits fully
the curability of the disease.
Professor Graves, of Dublin, pointed out
oaa form of consumption in which the
tubercle could be entirely dispersed by a
gentle salivation, which statement is cor
roborated by Professor Stokes, Ik'lhngham
and others, in the Lancet. Dr. Piorry, of
Paris is renowned in France for his succets
in curing consumption by friction aud in
halation. Dr. Maddock is at present cele
brated for his success in curing consump
tion, and has done much to advance the
scieuce of inhalation, which is his principal
mode of treatment. Both he nud Sir
Charles Scudimore have written acceptable
books, in which many cases of consumption
mn cited, that have been perfectly cured
by Medicated Inhalation.. The reports of
tho Brompton Hospital, under Dr. EUioison
show favorable results from this practice.
Professor Sweet pronounces Medicated In
halation tho most scientific and successful
practice ever employed in treating cou
sumpitiin. Our own great physician Dr. Hush, suys
in reference to Inhalation, that too much
eaun bo said in favor of this simple sys
tem of conveying remedies to tho lungs.
I have frequently seen patients snatched
from the jaws of death by it; and whether
all the beneficial results that may justly bo
considered possible to result from the in
huler will bo realized, must bo determined
by future observation; but it is hoped that
tho general want of success which attends
tho present mode of treating consumption
will induce medical men to give inhalation
a fair triftl as a remedial measure." Dr.
Coxe, of Now York, in his work on "Pul
monary Disease, says: "I now consider
Medicated Inhalation established; and
thoso who suffer with consumption have
certainly a right to a trial of its poweas be
fore they arc urged to leave their homes
for change of climate, or the uncertain con
sequences of a sea voyage." Dr. Carrigan
of Dublin says : "Thero can bo no doubt
that medicated air exerts a mcst powerful
inilucnco over diseased tissues of tho lungs.
Piorry gained his famo for curing con
sumption ly using inhalations of iodlno.
But he often loft his patients, ns Dr. Kings
tou said, tho victims of iodism, in a scarce
ly loss deplorablo state than tho victims of
mercuriaiism. This unhappy result is
avoided by combining tho uso of various
vegetable discutients, that aid tho cflects
of their own. A dram of cloroform will
have littlo or no effect, when taken into
the stomach, but tho same quantify inhaled
into tho lungs will produce- profound in
toxication, with total loss of sense, and
even death. A grain of arsenurutod-by-drogon
may bo swallowed with. littlo effect,
I but the hundredth part of a grain inhaled
into tho lungs will causo all tha svointomn
of arsenical polsnniog, and doath. A pro
fessor of chemistry was exhibiting Marshe's
test to his class, when an accidental draught
blue the fumes toward him, and ho inhaled
perhaps not tho thousandth part of grnin,
certainly not the five hundredth part; he
was quickly seized with violent cramps,
and his life wns despaired of for somo
time. General Gates, who introduced tho
uso of stramonium leaves when smoked for
tho relief of asthma, fell a victim to an
overdose, and yet tho quantity of ompyru
matic oil taken into the- lungs must have
been very small. Those citations have
been made to provo that inhaled medicines
produco not only local effects, but are capa
ble of acting powerfully on tho system at
large, as alteratives, narcotics, discutients,
etc., and in much smaller doses than when
taken into the stomach.
I will row show how tho euro of con
sumption in tho second stage is accom
plished. Tubercles, from being gray and'
glistening, become converted into yellow
cheesy matter; they may exist isolated or in
masses of various sizes. When they soften,
it is from the outside to tho center, which
accounts for the altered nppeurauee noted
in Iho expectoration in tho b cond and
third st.iges. The Chemical composition ia
changed toenrbouite and phosphate of lime.
It is upon the existence of these insolublo
salts that the choiro of inhalanu is made
We can introduce vapors that will dissolve
and convert them into liquefied tubercles,
when they are removed by absorption into
the circulation or by expectoration. Those
familiar with chemistry will easily recall
several vapors certain to effect this change
The liK.'id disease being thus removed by
inhalation, let it be the physicians care to
pay strict attention to the removal of every
chusc that may have induced tflo com
plaint, and to adopt judicious, constitution
al treatment to remedy the depraved state
of the blood that favors the deposit of tu
bercles. A very few years ago, bleeding
depletion, and low diet wus tho mistaken
treatment for consumption. The folly of
this course has at last been recognized by
the profession, and the opposite plan is now
pursued, It is combining a loc d with a
general treatment that makes Medicated
Inhalation successful. The local operates
directly on the seat of the disease, while
the general treatment puts the blood in
such condition as to prevent new tubercles
forming. In the second stago the propor
tion of recoveries is not so great as in the
first; still a very great number tire saved by
means oT inhalation; of course', the earlier
it is used the better the prospect of cure.
Those who expectorate most on rising in
the morning, and perceive yellow streaks
in the spit have reached the sccoud stage;
and when this becomes decidedly yellow,
the third stago is near at hind, if not al
ready begun, when the chances of success
ful treatment diminish.
Dr. Thompson grasps, with his compre
hensive mind, the whole subject of Inhala
tion, and reduces it to this simple proposi
tion: "If we would cure consumption, we
must treat the disease, not the symptoms;
and if we would treat the disease, we must
inhale; fr thero is no other means of
reaching the lungs. No treatment by the
stomach can be more than palliative, while
by the lungs it is always radical."
Having cited the testimony of distin
guished men to prove the curability of con
sumption by the use of medicated Iuhalt
tions, would it not be well for professional
Saddilcces to get out of tho way and let it
work? We know by the old treatment
thousands die annually who might be
saved by the new.
Some master minds have broken the
trammels of routine, and employ Inhala
tion. Give it a fair trial; it will be a bless
ing to the invalid. One consideration
however, cannot be too Ktrongly impressed
upon the minds of persons afflicted with
consumption. I f you propose to uso Med
ic tted Inhalation, do not wait until death
stares pou in tho face before you begin
it; and always sitisly yours 'If that the phy
sieian who picsciibes it understands wlm
he is doing.
N. B. Wolfii, M. D.
140 Smith St., Cincinnat, O.
Dr. Wolf may bp consulted by letter free
of charge, by any ono suffering with dis
ease of tho nose, throat or lungs. Address
as above. Office consultation free.'
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''Mother has Jiccovcrwl"
wrolo an Illinois girl to Imr onturn rela
tives. "She took bitters for a long time
but without any good. Ho when sho heard
of tho virtues of Kidney-Wort iho got s
oox nnd It has completely cured her, so
that she can do as much work now as sho
could before wo moved West. Since she,
has got well overyono about hero is taking
lf ' See ndv.
Mr. Noah litten, Elmira, N. Y., wiites:
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After UMng two bottles of your Burdock
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Kill) It 1
Jacob L.n:ckiiian, 271 Clinton street, Buf
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Eclcctiic Oil for rheuuialism. lie had
such a lame hack that ho could do nothing;
but one bottle entirely cured him. P. O.
How orriiN persons have been annoyed
by Lurrs clinging to their drees or clothing
and how seldom have they, when clean
ing them, given it a thought that Burdock
Hoot is the most valuable blood cleanser
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druggist under tho name of Burdock
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Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
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health to the child, operating like magic.
It i3 perfectly safe to use in all casts, and
pleasant to the tate and is the prescrip
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Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottlo.
The. Bound Unloosed.
Clias. Thompson, Franklin street, Buf
falo, says: "I have suffered for a long time
with constipation, and tried almost every
purgative advertised, but only resulting in
temporary relief, anfjafter 'constipation
still more aggravated.' I was told about
your Spring Biossom and tried it. I can
now cay I am cuied, and though some
months have elapsed, still remain so. I
shall, however, always keep flotno on hand
in case of oi l complaint returning." Price
50 cents, trial buttles 10 cents. P. G.
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New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
ind German. Price 15 cents,
Woiims, that universal disease in child
hood, can be thoroughly cured by the use
of Dr. Perry's Dead .Shot Vermifuge. E.
Ferret, Agt., 372 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (1 )
Over 200,000 Howe scale have been sold,
flirt the deinaud increasing continually.
Borden, Selleck & Co., ageots, St. Louis,
Mo. - (4)
Indian Blood Syrup.
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WhTO f-rj r. . o j
(XluLtt aui.k.j "
r rnvnn iwi, mv. r m.
I 'I M SJ V I' Vver o ml Arup
V U Xli I-UKJ Heart liisniM'.llill'iis.'
Hess, IVcrvnUB I'eliilliy
T11K 11KT Iti:.MKl)Y KNOWN TO MAN!
Twtjve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Thl Svrup pOHHemrs vuried iirnprrni1: It Him
ulatea tli pt; allnc in Die nnllva, which convert
tliii utart h nnd siiitnr of llio food into kIiicohb. a
dt'ilckniy in pt.Mii.i:i' caunv wind ima tourinc ol
th food In the alonmrh. If the ii!illcl:i . unian
Immediately after eating, tlio feruluntatlon ol fotd
It act upon tin) Llver.i
It arts upon the Kiilneys,
UKcKulates the. liortels,
It l'urllles the IU'hkI.
It (Julela the Nervous System, 1
It 1'romoteii Westlou,
It Nourishes, Strenptliens and Invigorates,
It Carries oil' the Old Itlooil siul makes New,
It Opens tlio Pores of the SUii ami .'nduee.i
It ncntriiliEt-H the hereditary taint, or pot'on in
tlin blood, wlile.h Kneriik Scrofula. Erysipelas,
and all maimer of bklu iuncaitus uud lmurnal hu
mum. Thero aro no spirit employed In Itn mnntifiictiiro
and it ran bo taken by tliunnit dullcalo hulie.nr by
the nud an'l fueblti, earn only bolntt required iu at
tcntli o tu directions.
Oalva, Henry County, III.
I waniirr!n from Hlrlt Headache and I)'.b1
lie aothiit I could not atiiintl to my hoiuehold ilu
lie, ami a short trial of Or. I'lnr Johnson's Indi
an Blood byrup ufl'uctuallv cured me.
MH8 UK.LUN ELIONt.
Wotormau Stittlon, UuKalbCo,, Ilia.
1 hi 1 to certify that Dr Clark Ji)hnon, Itullun
Blond vni) h ii- curud mu of fain In the Huek. It
Is VHiualilo muillclnu. MRS WOO P.
C entre Hill, White Co., Ark.
Thl Ii to certify that I wna allllctod with I'nlpi
(atltin of thu Heart lor ninny yenra I tried dlUnr
niit doetiim, whou pienrrlplUui tondetl more to
weiikim tno tlmn thy dl'l to trcnlhii. I at lt
tea lvWd to try Dr. Clink Jolinaoti'a Indian lllnod
Hytup. which proved to bu n ptmltlve cum-iint on
ly curlnu tho IWt DiHsaw, lint olo a hick Ucad
aob which had boon troubling me.
MUS MAltY A. NKAIi,
I wn jillieled with Lher Compliiltit atnl Uyapep
la and fallod to jrt roller, ftlthoimh iihIiik mudl
eltie from our liext dnr.tora. I eoluuiout'od uxlnu
Dr. Johnson ' Indian Mood Syrup. nmUfhott trial
en wd '. T. W. KiSlNO. llollno, 111.
Thla rrif)i' that Dr. Cliirk Jrilinion'a Indian
Illood Hvrup bus oilectunlly cured me of Pyapuptla.
Too much cuunnt be raid In iirnlso !' It.
W, K. ' I'lMKK, Dedford, Mo.
Atfonls vranled for the rale of thl- Indian Illood
Syrup in nvi'iy town or villus, m which I bovouo
tfotit, 1 urtlculttia ijivcii ou uppllciillon
UUt'OWISTS SRLL IT.
Lahratory 77 Wont Sd l. N.Y. Clly.
7 li ra
to J rsrA
ii miiiW IITrfT '
Over 2,000,000 Bottles Consumed Annually.
For roUL'ha. cold. Horn ihroat. hronchitl.'. uLhma. onuinonla. r.nniaumiitliin unit all riUinma nftha
throat, clit and luin;.
Balsam of Tolu
throat, clit and luin;.
ol! duu'Bhea of Ihe throat, cheit and InnK",
but It hui never hcen n advantfttreutwly compounded a iti Ihe celebrated Tolu, Kock and Kvo. In ad
dlilun to It eoiitliiait Uaiaanuc protiertlea, it att'orda a dlllmlvo nlmuliint aud toulc, to build up th
sn ni hUvt I hi? rounh haa been lelluved.
UrWV UP IN OUART SIZE BOTTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, PEICE 1.0U?
1 A Tri'inV I n',t ,)B d,-celvtd by dealer who try to palm off upon yotr Kock and Kve lu
VJiVU 1 JUlt. place of our Tola, Hoca- and Kye, which Is tho onlv medicated article mado
Ihe geuuiiio bn n private die pruprb-tarr vtaiiip on each bottle.
The TOLU, HOCK and It YE CO., Proprit tors, 4 1 Jtiver street, Chicago, III. '
Sold by Druggists, Grochr3 and Dealkks Everywhere.
l uhlinhed Monthly, J"riee $3.O0 per
No. 1 (New Series) Contains
Cottaijc by thu Kivcr Sonj & Cho DnlfuiS. $ 40
I ivci thf Sea -Mwiir .V Cho J. M. North. 30
O II -.ish l ine, My Bibv Itichaida. ,jO
Yo I.itte Iliril: "Quartet .Smart, to
The Lmeri' I arcwell Quartet W.I). 10
liriuhl Kve Wall! Farwell. a?
(I'.ieen ul" 1 learU (Javotte Ilieltfilil. jo
Jleel and Toe Galop four Hands. Itcnilcr. js
New Year' (jreetiiii; I'olka Kiscnbnrn. 30
Yon Steuben's drum Muich Dressier. 40
A Trial Trip Nos. 1 anil a mailed pnnt paifl,
Address: J, L. PETERS, 307 North Fifth Street, St. Louis. Agency for Chasb
Pianos, Hay Stat Okoans, Ditson's Editions &. Send for our Illustrated Price List
T iprq IMPKOVEI) HOOT BEER. 2M3
JJllll.O imckaifo miik.. 5 u"iis of a duli
clou, wholi aotne, fipnrkllni! temperanco bev
oragc. Ak your 11 r 11 (jtr . st, or fent by muil for ic.
C. E. HIKES, H Dela, Avo , l'Uilada.
j trnts AV"tuxt (h! for Sull Ivan's
IRELAND OF TO-DAY.
(Introdurtkv. liv TI1.1. Power O'Connor. M.P.I
C'eiitinlec of Knirlich oiipreilou et lorth. It do
?c ihe 1-eiavd' ruin mid the people' derpcritlon
It hi)K linw the land wa eonllscated and tho In
dueirle iktroycd. It explain tha Land Leazac ,
tho Land Art and tho Coercion It'll. Uniitaiti .T2
enj;ravinj; ami ir.ap In color. I'rlcoonly $J per
copy Sales InimoiiHe. nend 50c. for full outfit
aim neiriii workat once. For full particular?, ad
dresJ. C. Mi'C CHDY A CO CUicairo. III.
WhAI WiLL "frit htAllILK BE fO-WORHOW?
Pod's SIGHAL SERVICE BAROMETER
Or STORM GLASS and THERMOMETER Combined,
WILL TELL YOU!
Will dotoct and Indleato
IC3SrCi .rjifU t he ir either 12 tololnura
correctly acy chamro m
WTBIJsa.TiT" f irTl 'n uviujoo. mu Minna
B sp-f WefrX5: tlrivlion-invalnnble to
iroccni : jrnt-j navwtoiD. rnrineT
Sl . ? E.loikn olatl thwr umrk .A.
T-SE 51 .' -gS , 5 18 ) : M wrdinir to i t predict iomi
W . . m Savm Ml tlmea lta t In
tiuclHMuison. Uiw an
',t'3 accural a thnrmometor
attached, which alone ia
v v-w ... wuri ii pnee 01 me
f'T- l.tleoinbinstlon. Thiaareat
n eodopod by the moat
emiuout Physician.. Pro
tlfuMors, and Kcientillo
' . .. m"n in ineiinj l" Itn Ilia
;bBISX IM TES
linn meter am put in a
nicelj tiniHhed walnut
A t M franni. with mlverpUtl
- -i(il 1 "2 Mi-uiMiiui os "eu r.
" . .'t a llwflll (irniuilHnf Wntt-Ul
, I : rl,!,'"i'3i'end J"U a wmijiie one,
fJiP'-ltitverwi frtti, to your
jrw" -j-j ,, cm 1 iaco, in neon oroer, on
K?nf1i'. 1 1 "W'ipto' lr for-l.
j' I.. 1 M Anoiitn are niukinir
::'f"A . ". J5 fr"m M to (iM daily sell
i t. A Minutbem.il (W.ilviHran.
tin.-. you, Onlnrfltonce,
IIM l I.M ATMI.II1 I
J UHt thu tllillff to Sell to
(.. ........ ...
liivnluahlti lo ever) bedy
;; 11 U. B. 1'ostJme Htanipa
t ! 'r. ir.u .1 :t.fti., Ifikt, l.n..
lN..fe'swtfiflMiM.iM4 wunteu everywhin.
hetid t"r Circular and terms. Aiidrewi nllordersto
t l (.OTHI Ii HO ilETK.lt WUIIKH,
(UUKe-t itatiiiiinent nf the kind lntlie orld.)
O.ki'Uii, INhi'iiii Comity, N.Y.
ITWfi yniirliiTK..rjui'fi utij Aeiu ylmnly. andrmiltiy
Wn.-i "ntrr ttmft rtt ,V.-w' I'.-rH.if rrmHfrrd Irrtvr.nt OHr rl-t
lil'WAlii: OF tOUTIII.tSH 1W1TAI IONM
Nunc giiiiultio wit limit our Trsdii-Mark.aiiil Siitna.
turoof J. A. l'ooi., uu baek of luxtnmient.aii Mhw,
Evnry intmrnnnt w rritnltlV-r'(inil tutuJ 't.
fciiHt'f hiitniiiiHiit: incline InDaf.H'H itich Mlito,
If oo am not wvtlHtltHlonmo'iviiiK thtintruuiuuU
rot urn it at otico nnd wo will rofunu your niony.
Pluatiu ttUtu whuie you wiw our fllvurtimiL'uU
er week inn ho niii'lo In
" van nee miiiu i-iir ruiv new lor m-iin
I, i . . ...
tu. r. 011 1 lit
t. i.M.KAiiAftl iu,, hoelon, Muss
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A viiitira of rontliful Imprudence catismu Prema.
tnm lu,'ay, Nervous Pebility, Iiit MauhiVM, ou'.,
Bavin;' trii d ill vain overy known remedy, hu ills,
cover, d a fimple pelt rim1, wliich bo Mill -nd FlilCB
to lis lh.iw.Kiitierors, aiVlivim J, IK, ItiEYO,
'15 1 !it)t!..iin M.. Ti. Y.
P-O.VUD: $8.00 PER WEEK,
.SPECIA L ItATKft
Post OFFiCB, ALt.KN arillNOS, rol'B 00. It.t.
DIXON SI'Itl.NtIS aroeltiiatmlln a pur of tho
Oy,iirk Mouula 11. ten tulle from (ioli ontla and
liiurieen imHih rrniii lernn, lu a beuutiltil valley
eiiriounded liy hlfih ellll.
Tlio aeetiery I UliMirnieLl and (lifl water I
f treiii' w'th mltieral iirojiorlle. No 1 l striitiK
w.iu iron, mi v won niHiriieeia, Hiilpliiir niid Iron -a
tree ane 01 me ivau-r lta proved an nnlailtuK remu
ly Inr ly;i pula. .laumllcd, I.lvur Complalut,
rviun'-v aiieiviotm anii'i'tiron'c uwrrhoea. A a
t miuer teeen Dion Hjirlni!a In dimurvedlv pupil
lar. Iiel m niiiet.. vecltulod and cool, free mini ,luet
rim! ti I'nullim
aiiMitin from nrt orJ oin 1 1 rlrnt
JUS. K. I.KMKN,
(juicer, liuclni. It! in-
ilrake, Sliiliiiuui, and
nunyof tha best nicill
clncs known aro com-
omril in Parker Cungiti
Tonic, lutfl a medicine
of tuch varied powers, aa
to make It tha Brcati.it
HIcxhI l'tirifier and Ilia
llestorrr Kver I'srd,
It cures Klicuni.itliui,
Sleeplessness, & ijiscaesa
01 inn Mou1.11 a, nowcia,
Hair Balsam fKMi'iuS
i i,. n . .. .1 1 liters, lonerr e.Miice
litings, Luor n ivulncya,
M.,i ltnii.iiiik'.i iMir lhv and other Tonica, at it
ik. rii vw mil. in t..ioni tlin never Intoxic.ilea. I Iiacox
'Hitkfulilur toaeyl.r. & Co., Chemists, N, y,
illH'. n l It Hi, t iey Kiwli.n Huyli.y l.ll.miw.
tt.ir.--n 1 ri . i r.
u. m Mr?;-
Utit. l"i !.- 4
m i . e . '. t s 2 J c
i i v.' m r a
lias Alwuya been one of thu mo't Imtiortant
weapon wleldeu by tha medical farulty
1 lit-1 the encroachment of Couuh. Cold.
Uroiiihlti. Athm, Soro Threat. Conaamp
th. ii In lis inchiliT.t and advumed atnue. and
SingltXo. 50 eta.
Ho. 2 (Haw Series) Gontains
IM be a riuticrflv Sone Iticharda. S .
Ob, (ientle Ilirili Tenor Song .....Hcnnett. 40
The Kustic Leave Duet illiama.
The ChnHl Kem. er mix. voices.. Kreutier.
Three losbers Quartet Hullnh.
Sparkling Bonutv Waltz Darker.
Picture Cards Oliieltc Pehreas.
Hnccaccio Marrh Four IlamU ...Dressier.
Chiming Hells I'olka. Kaphaelson.
on receipt of 7J cts., or four mnnthi for $1.00.
On the rhtcao. Milwaukee St. PanlF.allway
CHEAP PK ICES, LONG TIME,
And Rf bates for Iraproveincnts.
For map and full paittcnlar, addrea:
WILLIS DRVMMONi), Jb.,
Land CommNatoner, Mllwaukeo, wl
I'K.R WEEK can ho nmdoln any locality.
K"J Soraethiria eu'irelv new for fieepi. IK
outfit free. U. W. INGUAUAM & CO., Boaton,
VOTTXYJ- TVK Ify011 wanttolcarnTeicCT
phv in a few month, andb
certain of a situation, add'res Valentine Urothcrt,
JanenvHle, U .
A I) KKTISKItS ! send for our Meet 1.1st of l,o
cri .MiWKpft'iers, lierr. 1: Kowell i Co
I'ruee street, N. Y.
H. Lcgrand Gilbert & Co
4 Broad St, New York. '
Hum from 25 and upwatd JntllcloUBly tnyeated
in stocks, fuill infurmatlon renardlng atock tiang
action mailed free; alo tlinauclal report.
120 Broad st ay, New York,
of any Llfu Insurance Company
IN Tim WORLD.
It alone Itsuua
etipnlatliic flint tho contract of tnmiraiice "hU
not be dleimted" after it I three reara old,
- aud that Midi policies ahull be
on receipt of ButWnctory proof of death.
Bocauso . '
it policy la clear and concliio, and contain ,
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
"N. B.-HFA11 YOI'W lm Iflifu
(hurt and simple form tlHed by thu Kimllable with
h loin; and obscure contrtict loaded dowu with
techtilcalitiea leaned by other couipanioal
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holder aro
N. II. Kco the many lotter from policy holder
exprssln their ttmtiiieailou with thu returu from
thotr TontriN Savi.nu Kunu 1'ulii is.
DCMVIUPO of itu
Outstniuliug Insurauco '
Assets Securely Invested
. li MILLIONS.
Stirjilns Swiirely Inve-titl, nearly
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Office, corner Mih aad WaiblDKioa. I" -Novoiuber
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