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.,...-nn'T.inimentonIv eood jr horses f " 0 all nesn. rKOFKSSIOMAL t'AKIIS. WILLIAM JACKSON, VKY AT LAW. unire in kock Liana Bn.k lluil.ling, Hock Island, ill. j, ft. BEARDSLEY. thv, I KY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken 25 S-c IHlliVfMllie. auiM-dwCni H. C. CONNELLY, .n KY ANT) COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ''t i-liml. OlHc lu Post Ofrlc. Build rMirem'll A. l.ynde'B Bank, RwrniB No 6 "'rm nnv-l-dwly KSSET. O.l.WALKKR. EENEY & WALKER, ...HVKYSANIXWNSRUIRS AT LAW, ' " ,. . ' K1..L- Mk lltt...l 111 r:rr in Iti'IlK-'"" " " " " I-JWV E W. HURST, (m'fiY ANOCOIJNSEI.f.OR AT LAW. in M"Oiiii' Temple block, over Kock li Kiln k, Hi" I "land, 111. A tort' M. M. CORBETT, iHNKY AT LAW. Solieitnr inlbfinrery and , irv VnMir. AtwtnwtH, !Ofui mid eollec r.nfn .IV Work, 'i avenue, ovei w tutT''. . nnv.-i-dlv GUIDO BECK. HlTK'T- S' "'I Avenue, over People. ,,,,,,111 r.niik. K'H-k Island, Illinois. A j i j mi j Jll'MXKSS IMKKCTOICY. j rtri- 111 Si'V-ntcenth -treer. i;ss JUKI l.U'Tl 'KKiW. .mini, '(' f''i'l'ih street. M KE. viri Mfiii ruiaiTV. eond avenue. :, -lfTAII.Ol. . I'Jf.' -'ttil AWhiie i,- Houl h a u.v Aium'h; pul-hahed every (Ssliithi rrpief Mil ArL'UW h.ork. Op .). H. -t :ul'r!i--iic2 tit-thm in the li , ii l-l ni-1 kkki.v AuuUh; plihirned ir'.i'tv. A Ulif i'ri i,Mtrt lilt'lll til fOtinee 'Au i-l ittfi-him-iil . l l l;,N i ANlH'(NrTloNRlCH. i ' 1f.V M-Cnml VH iilie. ! i Hi l"liti. I1 I-1 "ml SVfTH! KENSINGTON MEDICAL ANI. Sunriral Infirmary. till and-titf thoadway, MlLWAI'KKK, Wis. 11 fv.ss ... . fcMSB r. nasir... i o.s. IllMT Al.l. ( HIIONIC IHSKASKS M. hlKAKS HP KVK ANII KAH. K OUliK CArAHHII AiJ 'Ww ! the Throat litirt Liiii'.'!". 'p i; (!-. ii nf women with woiuliTfiil mic i: i- Kl. i-rrii ity mid Hot A ir-Hiil lif. : hKlTIVKI.Y iTIfK wniiliul eHkne! i-.- of 'i ,rivine iiiitiire; perform the i i'f -n r-1' 'i t oH'r:itloll- null rnrreci or v- w, pnnlllee ill our 1-HlellHIVl' lll'mnl' ii ti'iiu -,lv fur throiil. lini!.' unil nervnii" nf 'i- tiul -limp for a vnhiillile Meilical f ..v, r 1KI piL'i. on IIIIMK 'I'KI'.i I' i niir IS-., -lr HAYI.. II. (;. OI.KAVRI.AN i;t.m:i.ishku ia8. rves&Cleaveland, -llKXERAI- isurance Agenls -.9. Lifo A ccidast Insurance. " '!:- -liKNMHT"H BlK'S. so:e island, ill. i-f '-'omotlv AdluKli'd and Paid tlite 1EAT Baking Powder ll lll.lX.dl.K tU'HAI.II'irnl I'rlae) l "'l:W Olil.llANS I I'0-.1TI0N : i :! Al.l. I 'I Ml I'KTITOUS. Makes Bread IK -jgrj km, wm BISCUITS D'jcpoptics can eat. 'HltTIN K l III I.KISI'II'H HONS. "iiM-.l l"-i. - NKW YORK. 11 wlr I,v all Leadinsr Oro- rt'VS. PROMINENT POINTS 8ELECTEO FROM THE NEWS OF THE DAY AND WORLD. Talmage aad Powderly Full ts Agree- A C!rUI for Spain aerar Oil Swindle A Clvtl Senrtcs Qaeitlan low rrohlbltlonlttn. 3PXJ3R.153 is ami Miiies, 'IMIJEI'K'S DRUG STORE, Thir.l Avei.m- unit Tenth utrcct, li.'k Wand. , ""rripu,,, rarefnlly roliipollnileil liyrep-l,r'"li'-l. .iiIv-HNhIIv CATKINS & HILL "V ;md Green Wood. ' ' '' ill. n.l to Hiiiili.ii; nf 1 iml ' " f'rner of 25th utrefit on Molicc i . ii 1'1'o'iK No lift ; ordern may he '" nrt-aH-ittf llnin FORKACES 1 "' anLi ...... . .... "urn mii-mi-.n; earrying nre with certainty. lierteet iinii.irinitv of t,.n.iu,rut urf . .. "",MI' the che:iK'-t Kmilei" (unncreened 'WninxKiof Miftriml.wltlHHitMint.aai in Hi., lumm, and cnHlly puy fur them , ' wvmir In ei.nl 1.111k. Sold nn a rliianinKw! 'Teill ,i,, Mel llMK ARSOLB ,, ' -W't". W IJike Rirec-U t'nlrago, ML Executor's Notice. ."iniil!''""1"'"' Htamlwrire.r, deceued. ''Hip T,'"''1- '""'"K bwn appointed xe '''"'it I w'" "l '""lament of Klixaheth ""'flli,',, ( "'e coimly of Kink Inland, i:i, '"-oereawd, herehv t(ive mtlcc Hint !1 -...,,-' the county nrt or Bock 'liiii..'. "I0 "lll,'H "f " l,,rk of aid i u.. ,! T """ lulaud, at the October ' tini,. .ii lln1 .miliy in October next, at "' im i"'!""" havin? claim atfaiinit aaid nf I ' ,n''" ""'1 reiiiei.tel u atte nrt for the '"' ta ll"'f lh "H"e adjusted. All Demons 'lei.... are reqneated to make 114 'w"layof Au;ui,t, A. D., 1885. JOHN ASTER. Executor. Bt. Long. Bent, fi -Matin Ini.u. and Turner, acting for the Knight of L- o"r, a it o'ciouk Friday morning sutinit ted the following to General Manager Tnl-mage; Firt That a general order he tasned Oil the Wnli.h i..... i i. . " ..... , uiq. j uiiuii. oenijK oi UeDirLmnb. .nil Amman lh.1 J . . .. . Hon hi, all be made in the employ meat .n . " ... v v-i ovuif lllHill oMS Ol l.le or rfa. ,J tin.. L : l . ... AUIJUUI U UMHir, HeOolld 'rimt. nil .ni.,L. -,kA' 1 v....,.jBi " ..v. nare tRkn part since June 16 m the tottleiimut ol l 1 1 li i 11 II ie. m nr. nnm Di.dn h4. . in held prior to that date. 'l'lnr,lTh.. .11 .!. ... i . locke.1 out June 10 be reinstated on or be fore Oot. 1. Excepting the first clause. Mr. Talm.,- rejected the proposition. Upon receiving this as his final answer the knight went into secret session. It in morally certain that a strike order will be issued at once. The following telegram wns received at 6:80 Friday morning: 4MKIM.14 Mi, Si.nl K ... T XT Ti. ....... . .,r. ... 1 1IH- DEKI.Y, flNTKKM HCTBL, 1ST. lrfllIS: l!l- mat Yvaoasn troutiiesare settle J today ca not hold southwestern 'stin men in lu'ngt-r ISirne.ll R. Y. Drkw. Cliatrinan SouthwesUru t.'omniittee." EM Four Thousand Ninera Oo Out. firrsmilKI. Sent .1 Thn tr.l- gurate I Thursdav liv the JiVHr o,.l mit.apa for an advance of cent per bushel in tee milling raie, is spietuimg rapully and it is es timate.! that llearlv 4 Hon ...... idle. The strikers are ereatlv enconro..l by the success of the movemont, and claim i.uai, o nioiiuav neT. even- tmnA ... n.. Mononcaliela valley will bw closed down and 7,IHM) miners out for the Increase. A prominent ooerntor Hdmit t.h.i. th. m.n would gain their point if tlie strike lasted ovh wooK-s. ine Kntgtsts of labur fight agaiusi. me Minors union promises to re sult in the disintegration o' tlie lattflr or. ganization. A KING IN A CJUANDRY. Alfonso I-ortinln.il About the rnrollnf Islands Althir. Madrid, Sept. 5. It is reported that Kins Alfonso is grently wrtuiived by the CKroline ii lnn.ls ntfair, and is in a qiiandt y as to woui to do. ilie pnlinv i ftu mls ai urging umi to utKe a linn stan.i, an. I prevent, wit!' all the power at his command, the occupa tion of the island- l, Heroism'. The king, it is said, fully reulizo the gravity of the situation, ami in the present Btate of tho public mini fears ,e will either have to ileline his policy ton with regard to the seizure of the islunds, or lose his throne. It is seini-ofticially reported that, he has sent an mibigraph letter to Kmroi- Francis Jiwepn, ot Austria, nrgitig bun to pursuade lrince Bismarck Ui aliamlon tiermany's claim to the Carolines, asserting that should he back down from the stand taken by Hpain he would enrtaiuiy lie dethroned, while to push forward means a possible war, with all its horrors, and eventually the downfall of the Hpamsli nation. The Spanish irou-rlad Aragou has landen troops at the K'elon islnuds, adjacent to the Caroline group, and thj Mpauisli admiral in couiraund of the i'acitic squadrou has tieen peretnptiirilv ordera.1 by the borne govern meiit to occupy Ya, llalmlluai, i'ouape, and other inlands ot the ( aroline group. Tue liei niau admiral in tho e waters has been instructed not to mterCero, and to iu form the Herman residonts on the island not to roaisL LATEST THING IN "iLE." Hnvr m Kascully 4lenins "Sailed" an Oil lieion. IIkthoit, Mich., 8ept 5. A genius named MeMunus, hailing from Oakland county, this state, attempted an extremely clever swindle upon a syndicate of capitalists of tnis city. A little over a year ago he un folded t them the asb.nishing infortuiLtitm that, ho bad discovered an unfailing now of petroleum at several points upon ti farm, ana ilesued to raise the money to work the plant. Kiik..rls wen lent to examine the matter and reported a bonanza. Kince then mum has been the word among the chosen coterie, and much surrounding lnnd has Iwen bought in at fancy price. One duy lost week Mr. u il kluson, one of the future rivals of the Stand aril Oil company, pUAzled by the erral i. How from one of the lioringH, Isignu an lit ve-tlLiation which rei.uited 111 the tii!diiir oT several barrels of oil buried about. tMmtiy feet lrom the "well, lo which ttiey wore ioiued by a lead piie conituiL Silica ttin stock In Oakland county oil has deprri;it(' several bunts. MeMunus is not. to u found. TOO GOOD A THING TO SELL. I.limurcil Sale of The Herald I'.eniiett'. Monthly I'rotlts. Nkw Vouk. BepL S Johii W. Mackay the Caiifoniia mdlionaire, is rop. r.ed . hare purchased a controlling interest ii The Kew York Herald from Jame. Gordon Burnett, with the intention of niaK nm John Russell Young elil,oi-in-chief. Mr. Mackay is said to have traded an lu terest in his cable lino lor a m.ii tg ie nn The Jleraid something like six mootus aga JiM.pl! Howard, Jr., managing editor oi The Herald, said that such a report was in circulation, but ho could neither nftiriu noi deny it, and, so far as the editor of the pupnr knew, Mr. lk.iinolt w.w absolutely solo niauagnr nud owner of Ttie Herald. Mr. Bennett is draw ing 810.VIKW profit from Tho Hoi'al every month, and as Mr. iionar l tlnuk this au evidence of good lnve.lmeut, ne I iucliueii to doubt tlie truth of the reporie. sale, lu newspaper circles it has lieen known for several weeks that John itiissel Y'ouii-. expected to succeed the Ilev. Mr. Hopworth as editor in-chief of 1 he Herald. Has Vanderbllt Oot a Bad Ilarjainf Pirrsiiuuii, Pa,, Sept. 5. It is w hispered in business circles that there is a possibility of President Roberta, of the Pennsylvania railroad, refusing to take 4HUH0 sores of coal land off the bands cf Van dnrhllt This may not ily result in the failure to absorb the Mouth Pennsyl vania, but result in another ruinous war (if rates. The coal lands, it is said, wore pur chased simultaneously with the Beech Cree road and was a bad bargain, the vein not being extensive enough to pay for working. What Cabell Thinks of It. Wahhinotob Crrr, Sent. 5. Ka progenia i r '., I ... 1 1 nf Virfrirfrinia.. was Baked : WV. uvwii) v. ...e.-Q "Wiiat is yonr opinion of the oirii-serv oe "I think it is a civil service humbug." he replied, "it is novning more nor nr uimi a ahain to keep Kepublicans in otUce and Dem- orats out. Ths iople in my asction are very much dussatlsiled with it Of course, it's a law, and the president has to oarry it out. I do not know of any concerted move ment being proposed to do away with it at the next session of congress." ' What do you think of the administration as far as it baa gonel" "1 am satisfied with it. You know the d ministration w a big machine au awful big machine and it takes a long time to get it on the track. It is going along reason ably well, and, as far as I can Judge, dis satisfaction Mr. Cleveland is confined alino t eutirely to the soreheads who thought they should have had offices and lailsd to realize their expeotatio ns." JJunt's Remedy c ures Hright's Disease of the kidneys, nervous diseases, femaie weaknesses.. : . HEVEB GIVE DP. If you are suffering with low and de pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general debility, disordered blood, weak con stitution, headache, or any disease of a bilious nature, by all means procure a bottle of Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to see the rapid improvement that will follow; you will be inspired with new life; strength and activity will return; pain and misery will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Hartz & Bahnsen. HAY r'KYEK. Ely's Cream Balm was recommended to mc by my druggist as a preventive to Hay Fever. Have been using it as direct ed since the 9th of August and have found it a specific for that much dreaded and loathsome disease. For ten years or more I have been a great sufferer each year, from August 9th till frost, and have tried many alleged remedies for its cure, but Ely's Cream Balm is the onlv preven tive 1 have ever found. Hay fever suf ¬ ferers ought to know of its efficacy. Frank A. Ainsworth, of F. B. Ainsworth & Co., Publishers, Indianapolis, Ind. A CARD. To all who arc suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak neas, early decay, loss of manhood, Jtc, 1 will send a recipe that will cure you FREE OF C11AKG R This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Ink an. Station D New York City New Light on Rheumatism. 'I had been completely disahled from rheumatism. I used Parker's Tonic for kidney disease, wheu to my astonishment the rheumatism completely disappeared So writes Mrs. Henry Boiext, of No. 454 Atlantic Ave., tirooklyn, N. Y. Rheu matism arises from tlie failure of the kid neys to separate the uric acid from the blood. Bncklen's Arnica Salve. The greatest medical wonder of the world Warranted to speedily cure burns, bruises, cuts, ulcers, salt rlieuru, fever sores, can cers, piles, chilblains, corns, tetter, chap ped hands, and all skin eruptions, guaran teed to cure in every instance, or money refunded. 35 cents per box For uale by llartz .v lialins. n The best ir-clors use Hunt's Kidney Remedy among I heir must valued pres seriplions. . i l k it i : n 1 1 ti o t ii tj r NO FECI UNTIL CURED! iiii-A wrlttpn ruamntee of cure riven In even cast- omlcrtHken. ihrAll consultations tM and SnfrrA. lr. Clarke's ('-elt-braifd fttolt u6 riling fin plain envelopes) iw kuuniw, W. D.CLAKI.K. . h W te. CLikk tT. i HHAyt. iLL. dcc-S-dly U5 riO.TnnH lHal Cilim) nitu-ou mcmhrHU irttitTtillv oricinittiiiti nrt nmintttinuig it. Htroiiirhdld in the Ntad. tnmthi!poin it nendi fortii a toi xiiiouKvirualoiigtn i meinhrsnous liniiiirs snd throiiirh the Ii- V WAV I twi.i ts. t festive organs, cor- A y iEv? upline the blood anc tXt&SfT .'s,li3a P"'''ls' othenrou VOSJ Weimie and danger SL,.rrsSv? si v oils symptoms. ;.Stvv. 1 Cream Balm has y-.fffi? "-! gained an enviable HAY-FEVER known, displacing all oth r nrenarations A particle is applied into each nostil relieves pain at once, is agreeanic lo use Il Oleansps tlie Head. Allavn b, -'aniatian, Healea il e oores Kest.reM the Sense o? aate, Smell, Hearing. A Thorou h j reaiiiif nt. will Ore. Jsot, u I. 'j.iic' oimlt'. A' ly into Ntisu'ls. Price 5lk'. at drlll.'Lrits, or by mail. Scud for cir cular. KL.Y DUOTHEUS, Or uggists, Dwepo, N. V jnli-d1y FIFTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR OF THE DISTRICT Agricultural Society OP Seott, Clinton and Musca tine Counties, MT. JOY, Sept. 8, 9. lOanail, 1885 $2,500 in Premiums, Open to Exhibitors living in the District. New Track: Enlarged Floral Hall; New Am phitheatre, capacity i.rsm people. The C'. M. & St. r. 11. it. mill run cxira trains at retiuceu raies. 'Admission - cents; Mingle horse and driv er, rjleems: Ismble team and driver. 75 cents: Children from li 10 li, lit cents ; Amphitheatre, 1U JOHNSON MAW, President. For Information apply to ( 1. V. McMANllS, Sec'y. Sn. !?5-td J.M. BnroBli, U . M, Loosi.iv, J. K.Loobi.ey IJuford & Loosley Bros GENERAL Insurance Agents. The old Fire and Time-Tried companies He provented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. Rates s low as an Reliable Companr can affutd Your ration bkb is tyoicu.-.i lyillBce in Amns Block. Dr. E. F. FISH, 92 Wisconsiu St., MILWAUKEE, : WISCONSIN SPECIAL ATTENTION (liven to Thniat and Lung Complaints, Diseases ptrcitliar to w omen, envate uiseases ol rioth Sexes : all skin lJisordors. Hours 8 to 10 A. M., 2 to 8 E. M., 7 to 8:30 P. M. Corresiondents please escloae stamp, mar lj-ewly and G. W T0ML1NS0N, Veteriiiary Surgeon AWD AUCTIONEER. Will attend to alf calls for my services. Best references giveri OKIUN, U4S. ArjnRKaa. sept-t-dtf THE Davenport Health Institute. ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS. LETTER NO. 3. M0RPHINE1 CAN BE CURED WITHOUT THE USE OF OPIUM OR "V e Medical Brief, published at Pt. Louis, says iiue June, itv, wpue : - Many nave ecoiue mi tins to tne use oi opium or morphine, lrom L use oi moBo arups mrine reiu-i oi neunil ; i. It is frratifyine to otnerve that such dun .mna consequences may be averted by the o of Tonga link, w hich is almost a specific :ue acuis iorm oi feuiuigia. " VmA Tofwlhw to a caw of Naorahrhi of 19 or 1ft rnBr Mudmi, wtuoh hud reiiKtad ail treatment. To wai) ux monthR ainoe and tba pntknit haa an I ioied Deri oot freedom from hr camDlaint " K. U Eowa, M. !., GenttTTilla, Ho. Hav riren Totiiri-Iin a fan trial In RflnrmlaHa To nm niv patient's own expreiMifin, 'It'B the mdi caw fur tluit dwnaae." J. P. Hinul Brwhtoo, 11L "I onnrndnr Tonirallne the beat preparation far Neuralgia 1 have ever tried." V. V. luvaia, M. D.. Plnorille. Ma FOR BALK BV ALL DRU(!GIfiTS. PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. A. A. MELLIER, Sole ProunnU. Km and ?I WASHINGTON AVENUE, 8T. LOUIS. E. H. COLLINS, -USES- CONSUMPTION. No other word, death, of course, excepted has ever fallen upon the ear of man fraught with so many saddening memories and interwoven with so many painful auguries. Consumption! Header, call the word over slowly, ana enter fully, by way of remembrance and reflection, into all the horrors of soul, mind, and body which it has power to introduce, and then refuse, if you can, to be warned against ner;leet ing Threatened Consumption, and also the iucipient stage of a disease which, though curable even when confirmed and far advanced, needs, lrom nrst to last appearance, the most careful scrutiny and the most skillful attention. Beware of the slight cold, Catarrhal affection, and any Bronchial trouble, however unimportant these may seem to be. Neglected, they very soon Benously obstruct the I reedom ot respira tion, and then the deenrboni'.ation of the blood cannot be perfect, and chyle is de prived of all healthful vitalization. Kesult a speedily scrofulous condition of the entire body. Alasl generally until blood has appeared, or the suppuration oi tubercles lias ndeed commenced, the former sulterer from slight cold, simple Catarrh., Uronclutis, Laryngitis, or Sore Throat, is prone to put oil any systematic plan of treatment. This course is indeed suicidal, and open to much reprehension on account of warn ings so frequently neglected with fatal result. Kecogui.ing the rnct that the mind has a great deal to do with making and unmaKing oi uodiiy ins, people are every where found endeavoring to substitute a forced go ahead energy where only caution and discretion can insure safety; the physician is rarely called until the disease is al ready poised for an Aspic thrust. When Bronchitis has become well established the mucous secretion is no longer an agreeably lubricaling fluid. It is an acred, sticky, blocking up substance fre quently filling up entirely Bronchial tubes of considerable dimensions. .Now, the part of the lungs from which the air is llius excluded necessarily collapses at once Blood sent therein cannot he purified, and a semltnienlery carbonaceous secretion is the immediate result. This secretion is the material for Hie tuberculous formations. which, unless speedily arrested and broken up, soon make ten iblo progress in the work of destroying the lungs. To be safe from the grasp of Cousi nipt ion, all Bronchial irritation should lie destroyed before it has led to the formation f tubercles. Inhalation affords the means to do this. But. should the unfortunate snll'cti r have cheated hiiiiscll Willi delusions of security until tubercles are ulr -mlv formed, possibly siippiiraling. he luis still no cause for despair, provided lie will then go 10 work hi earnest to save himself rememlierine that intelligently applied nn ilicai md has deni.inslraKil, beyond lh possibility of dotibl, that Consumption, even when tar advanced beyond its incipient stages can be permanently cured. IS BLOOD EXPECTORATTOtf AN INFALLIBLE SIviN OE CONSUMPTION? Eminent authorities lell us iu eclebraied t realises on Consumption, that iu min ute examinations to establish the infallibility of blood expectoration as a sign of Consumption, as many as l,2lK) cases have been tnlieally scrutinized without finding asolitaiy case in which blood from the lungs was not preceded or followed by tuber cles. The same authorities, and others of like prominence, and also nf like oppor tunities for close observation, make SI cases out of every ItHI of Consumption, the number in which hemorrhage is always present.. They do not rind, however, and neither do we insist, that blood expectoration is always among he first symptoms of Consumption. On the contrary, it is often nolicably otherwise. But no matter at what period occurtne, oue and all agree that blood expectoration is a spniplotn of significant importance; a danger signal that cannot be in-elected with impunity. Even physicians, though, and unmistakably on tlie principle ot doing evil thai good may come of it," sometimes endeavor lo allay the anxieties of consumptive pus tientsby assuring them that blood expectoration is from the throat no sign what ever of lung difficulties! This practice, however well meant, is hurttul rather than helpful. It throws the patient off his guard; causes him to be less careful of himself at the tune when watchlulness and care cannot lie over estimated. Eiuuerer, reinems ber always that the throat does not bleed unless in rough contact with hard sub stances; that blood coughed up invariably comes from the lungs! Io not be de ceived as to the seriousness of your condition by the mistaken hindness of anxious friends and sympathizing physicians. Insist upon immediate relief from a condition symptomized so appulingly, although perhaps unmarked, for a time, by any acute pain, any appreciable physicial sutlering. Again, the Consumptive, too, is otten told when the blood lrom the throat the ory will not suffice that hemorrhage results from broken blood vessels in the lungs, and on account of said cause should give rise to no particular anxiety or uneasiness. Even in this theory concerning the origin of hemorrhage were indeed correct, blood- expectoration would still warrant occasion for much real alarm. How absurd to sup pose it possible for the lungs to be even in a comparatively s ife condition while blood vessels there are breaking! Hemorrhage is the exudation of blood through the relaxed, partially paralyzed coals of blood vessels already deprived by diteasn of the capacity to perform their proper functions. Ilestore the blood vessels to their nor mal condition and blood-expectoration will cease. But can this be done by way of the stomach? Assuredly.no. Air, however, can be medicated to any extent uec essary, and medicated air can effect this desired restoration. Consumptive beware of the physician who proposes to cure you on any other plan than that of the .ui n System. INHALATION. The Important Factor in the Cnre of Consumption. Inhalation enables the physician to apply directly, and in the most thorough manner, to diseased lungs any medicines he wishes to use, and as a method of curing Consumption it is acknowledged to be unrivaled. Certainly, it combines all the ad vantages of a local and constitutional treatment, and sums up ail that the most ens tbusiastic followers of iEsculapiiis have yet discovered tor the relief af the pulmon ary sufferer. It is a method of treatment whose efficiency cannot be improved upon New and superior remedies may, and doubtless will, yet be discovered, but the man ner of administration must still be inhalation. Science, tin; most advanced, gives Ili a method the right hand of congratulation, and the intelligent It ess of every iMilighf ened country now advocates its superiority over the blim lering barbarities formerly indulged in hv Allopathic. Uomrjeopatlitc, and Electric practitioners in the vain en deavor lo effect cures. Consumption cannot lie cured by dosing the sfouiach and torturing the walls of the chest with irritants, lu ail chronic diseases of the lungs uicdiciucs given by the stomach must fail lo be of beneficial effect. They do not cannot, reach Ihe seal of the malady, lleuce the trouble, Consumption, in its earlier stages, is purely hx:al confined lo the air lulies and air cells. No solid or liquid medicine cau reach the effected parts, and they must be directly, unmistakably reached, or a cure is impossible. Medicines inhaled act not oulv on the lining mem hrane of the air tubes and cells within the lungs, but also probably much better on the blood than the same medicines would if given in the stomach. Slop, then, physs iciun and patient, the wholesale use of nostrums by the stomach. 1 uru your atten tion to the only rational method of conquering a disease, which, though insidious and treacherous to the last degree, hat not wilhin ilsi If, necessarily, any inherent element cf incurability. A false aud unreasoning method of curing Consumption occasioned the once widesspread, almost universal, opinioti iu favor of its nccessari'ly fatal termination. By the best informed classes Consumption is now regarded with much more conipla. cency. Not, however, on account of its having lost, as a disease, and of its former insidious, yet terribly powerful, elements ot destruction, but because the correctness of the plea, that there are t.ll sufficient remedies for il. hat? been fully proven by most unmistakable experience. Autopsies on thousands of bodies in the hospitals of both Europe and America, show that cicatrization of the cavities of the lungs was affected during the life of the patient. Thisslatemeut is affirmed by many eminent nhservs era among them Andral U. Beuuett, Cresswi 11, Cuernsant, Licntiec, (jiiillut, and others of like prominence in medical history. "Men often doubt that which they have not seen or do not understand, aud jeuls ousy and ignorance often frown at philanthropy and improvement." But when practical experience has so fully demonstrated the efficiency of Inhalation in curing Consumption, it is surprising, it is simply marvelous that so many li vi s are slili an nually sacrificed by following methods of treatment which must forever remain, as now aud in the past, utterly without aud encouratring record. I insist that Inhala tion, using remedies carefully prepared by a skillful physician, and adapted to the IKsculiarilies of each individual case, is the Consumptive's salvation. Moreover, I am warranted in this assertion not only by tlie experience of eminent medical men every where who have given Iuhalation a fair trial, but by what I have known il to ac complish in my own practice. THE DAVENPORT HEALTH INSTITUTE, Fourth and Bhauv Sts. Conducted by Pk. Con-Nauuuton. Pres't. Copyright 1885. 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