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iu.vuuftuuuui oiiiiuon, aa i.e..
tck IleariVha and relievo all 11m trouble! Jnct
ienttoa bilioua atatoof tho avatcm, Bach aa l)iz
tfnesa, Kanaea, Drowaineas, Distress afur catlnp,
fa n In the Bide, tc. While their mobl remark-
able luccoei has been shown In cum:?
DeiuUr'hc.yrt Cartcr'aTJt tic Liver Pills ire finally
v&iuame in louaiipiiuun, ruriiip aim iircveiiuuir
thii annoying complaint, while tbey alao correct
til aisoracra or ina euohircii, stimulate mo nver
juid regulate the lowcla. Even If they only cured
Ache thry wonld boalmnat pricclcaa to those who
BatelT their eoodueas does not end hero, and those
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able In ao man v w aya that they wlllnot be wliluij
La) UV imuuut wuu. ui,aiicr iuioiiia uia
la thcliario cf ro many Uvea that here In where we
make our preut buueU Jur puis euro it wnuo
Carter's Littlo lircr Tills ere very email and
Tory easy to take. One cr two pills make a dose.
They are atrictly vcn table ami do not print- or
pnrfre, but by their penile anion please all who
tisethem. In vials at UJ cents; flvo forfl. Bold)
by druggists every where, cr scut by mailt
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tjie ulst Tiny; a kxown
In Hard or Soft, Hut or Cold Wator.
RATES I.AIiOK, TIM K hii.I SOAP AM.M.
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tainily, rich or iKjor, aUuUit bo without it.
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Willi demmieil to mislead. I'KAltl.lMC in the
OM.V SAI K lalxir-btivinu coiiiinil, nuJ Hi
WU beam tliu above bymbol, mill uuiuo ut
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INVAHIAHI.T IN ADVANCK.
Al1 CDminuulciltioim eboulil be addrfii. d to
K. A. HUHNK rr,
I'illiher ami 1'rourletor,
origin or ma(JAi:a.
lfow tlio Croat Cuiaract nml Oorgo
A rrportcr of tlio Courier who was
at JS'iutjara lulls yostordtty was nioro
than over impressod wiih tho grandeur
of Niiiirara's chasm. I lo saw loii";
black lines marking oil' tho various for
mations of tho nullity abutments, and
could not help wondering tho enormous
length of time tho watering forces of
nature had required to dig out that sol
id rock and muko tho dizzy gorge.
Tlio desiro to obtain accurate infor
mation on tlio subject directed his steps
later to tho office of Dr. Julius Pohl
man, in tho Lewis block. Dr. Pohlninn
is ouo of tho most prominent geolo
gists of theso parts.
"With great pleasure I will tell you
anything I know about Niagara," said
ho. "In tracing tho origin of this river
about whoso banks cling such recollec
tions of mystery and tragedy, wo must
go away back into tho pro-glacial
times when tho bod of tho great lakes
was occupied by a river and Tonawan
da valley contained a lako lifty miles
in length and from ten to twenty miles
in width, with a possible maximum
depth of sixty feet, Tho northern bar
rier of tho lake was of limestono for
mation. Being about fifty feet lower
than tho southern one, tho overllow of
water was toward tho Ontario valley.
Tho outlet found its way iDto tho pres
ent chanuel of Niagara river some
whero near tho upper rapids of tho
river above the falls.
"From here tho waters met no ob
stacle, and in their How predetermined
tho river gorge between tho falls and
tho whirlpool, and continued in a
straight course north, through tho side
of the whirlpool, and thouco through
the .valley of St. David's in C'auada
and onward through tho Ontario val
ley. 1 havo made careful searches,
aud find this track of tho river from
tho whirlpool through Canada. l!y
and by tho Tonawauda lako began to
subside, aud finally was reduced to a
river with a wide, low valley on each
side. Tho course of tho river in mak
ing its way out of the valley of tho an
cient lako changed. It llowed into tho
channel of tho present Niagara whero
tho present Tonawanda river enters
now. it curveu around tlio southern
margin of (iraud Island, which formed
a shallow part of tlio northern margin
of tho lake, aud had arisen as a penin
sula in tho courso of timo, and then
llowed north into tho original channel
of the outlet, thus determining tho two
branches of tho present river. Tho
branch of tho JNiagara which separates
the island from tlio main land is of
quilo modern origin, as testified to by
soundings. Well, tho erosion across
the thin bed of Niagara limestono uat-
urally cut ono or tho othor parts of tho
outlet deeper than tho rest, aud confin
ing tho smaller channels gavo birth to
a number of larger and smaller islands,
known at present as Goat, llalh, Lunu,
tho Sisters, aud so forth.
"Tho brauehes of tho river joined
again iulo ouo stream as they ap
proached tho heavy Niagara limestouo
ut about tho site of the new suspension,
or foot bridge, and rushed north for
about three-quarters of a mile, whore
they foil over a precipice of about ono
huudrcd feet. Goat island extended
northerly in a triangular prolongation
with its apex somewhere- abreast of tho
northern end of tho proscut American
fall, lielow this fall of ono hundred
feet that 1 have just spoken ol the river
descended in rapids over tho shalo un
til it encountered tho Clinton limestono
near tlio railway suspension bridge,
whero it took another leap. From hero
a short rapid carried it to tho entrance
of the whirlpool, whero another fall
was caused by quartzoso suudstono of
tho Medina group. Thouco thero was
a rapid current to Ontario basin. Tho
volume of water then was exceedingly
small as compared with tho estimated
twenty milliou cubic I'd of tho pres
ent. Now, at tho timo of tho glacial
period tho movemeut of tho ico sheet
was in a northeasterly direction. Tlio
channel of tho great river which I re
marked about in tho beginning was ex-
cavatod deeply and tho valley of tho
great lakes was formed. AVhon tho
Arctic climato again changed into ft
tomporato ono, tho ico sheet rotrcatod
northward and in its melting sproad,
over tho land all tho ground-up notor
ial as well as tho rocks which had been
caught up and carried under, and tho
valleys of St. David's, Tonawanda, and
others wero moro or less completely
filled up with drift. Tlio channel of
tho old Tonawanda river from tho
whirlpool was also included in tlio fill
ing process. After long ages tho ico
disappeared aud tho bed it had occu
pied became tho soat of tho chain of
great lakes. At this timo Lakes Krio
and Ontario formod two largo bodies
of water and wero at tho samo lovel
that is, their surfaces wero even with
Lewiston heights. Tho waters iu tho
lakes began to subside and a mud fiat
appeared between them, extending
from Uiiffiilo to Lowlston. An outlet
from Lako Krio was formed through
this Hat, and wo havo tho present Niag
"1 havo always been taught that
Niagara Tails wero originally at Lewis
ton, und woro their way back," said
"That is tho popular thoory, but it is
erroneous. In that caso wo must sup
poso Unit Lako Ontario- was lower
primarily than Lako F.rle. It was not.
I have found traces of tho beach which
its surfaeo touched up on tho mountain
Bide. Hoth lukes subsided together,
and Niagara river woro out its present
channel in lowing from ouo lako to an
other. Of cour.io you understand it
has required ages, thousands of years,
to tiei'ouiplish this Work."
"Why didn't tho river follow tho old
UA1K0 HULLK'liN; FBI
channel and ompty through St. David's
"heeatiHO tho valley was drift-filled,
nil I thero was a Hlmllow valley from
tho whirlpool to Lowlston. Tho ero
sion was very rapid. It was tho lino
of tho least resistance. Donee the
bend of tho river al right angles at tho
whirlpool is accounted for. As tho ex
e ivaiion of tho lower i'orgo was pro
eiessing tho fulls of th, pre-glaeial
r.vor ciimo again into action. '! he two
lower falls bocnnio rapids and tho up
p T fall bepvin to reeodo In horseshoe
form. Tho retrocession brou"ht it to
tho apex of Goat Island, opposite Pros
pect park, when tho cataract divided
and formed tho American and Horse
k!ioo falls. Tho northern margin of
Goat island was quickly undermined
and destroyed by tho combined action
of tho waters, and was compelled to
recede with tho Canadian fall."
"Havo tho falls rotroatod recently,
and If so, how far?"
"Wo havo few measurements, and It
Is a great pity. Hv comnariti" a survev
made by Prof. Hall in 1817 with one in
1S75, wo lind that tlio Horseshoe fall
has retreated ono hundred foot in thirty-four
years." Buffalo Courier.
Quito too cruelly misunderstood, s'ivs
Clara lielle in tho' Cincinnati, EmHirer,
was a friend of mine who took Iht
white hands, and tho tools that made
them, lo Saratoga. Slio hud a trunk
half filled with those manicure utensils,
together with a great lot of mixtures iu
pots and bottle. She had been an
acute sufiorer from tho mania for beau
tifying the hands, you comprehi'iid.an I
tlieso wero tho consequences. a ar
ranged on tho bureau iu her lmiid
room: A pot of powder for polishing
tlio nails, a bottle of liquid for b'.e::c:i"
ing thein, a file for trimming them, an
emery board for beveling th-.m, and a
salvo for tinting them pink; a pot ( f
cream for softening tho hands, a spe
cial cake for washing them, and a pair
of scissor for cutting oil" hang-n'iils.
Imagine tlio sort of array these"tiiings
madc They mado tho room look l.ke
tho ofiloe of a physician ami surgeon.
Siio had a call from the landlord the
very afternoon that fdio nrrived. lie
said that ho really begged her pardon
for seeming uucivil, but tho fact was
that a hotel was exceedingly ticklMi
property so liable to become unfash
ionablo for slight reasons, and requir
ing tho most delicate management. As
for himself, he would havo no earthly
objection to letting her carry on busi
ness under his roof, but ho was sorrv
to decide that it would be prejudicial to
"What in tho name of common sense
aro you talking about?" tho girl ex
claimed. "Why, theso things," said he ges
hiring toward tho beautifying appara
tus. "Aro you not a Uoctress?''
Then slio sat down in a chair and ha 1
some hysterics of laughter previou-i to
explaining what the things were for,
and then, when sho came to thii)!; it.
over, she got mad as hops, packed up
tho implements, and moved to another
Speaking of bands, let me in the
kindliest, spirit advise ail girls to avoid
a certain new noiion as to the way to
shake hands wish a man. It, consists
in hollowing tho hari'l rigldlv when ho
elaps i!, so that, the knuckles feci to
him about like the back of tin angry
cat, and the concaved palm is out of
contact with his. ISdievo me, a fellow
had as lief grip a com-husk as tho fair
est hand thus distorted. Don't doit,
Tuvhi-u.vt Lvenino, N'i.v. 13, 1884.
We havo enjoyed sevurul mere perfect
days this week. The ti'iiiuepht re is soft and
hszy while the temper-iUiio is abo'vo the
need o( fires.
Tho market is fl:it so fur hs ('inn prod
ucts are onoorncd. We cm only ascribe
it to the unsettled condition of the election,
and hope tint tho end of the canvas in
Ne York will bu the ln'on,i'n,g of a great
revival iu trsde, bur t .cm is nothing to in
dicate that stie.h will be the rase.
FLO I'll Full stocks of i.ll grades and
HAY The demand is very light and is
only for best (jrtdes.
CORN We not- a unrtll inquiry and
OATS There it very little inquiry, and
plenty off 'ring. Prices remain ueclmngod.
MKAL-Qiiot und dull.
1JIIAN Source and in gond dennnd.
HUTrEU-Overstocked and very dull.
LOOS Scarce and in active request.
CHICK ENS Tho maiket is gutted
aad Hellers are gUd to t ike any price offer
el. APPLES Weak nml sh.ided. No dc
tnanil for anything lint funny.
POTATOES- Plenty and slow slc
Siilt-s antt (,) uouitioiis.
No'l K, 'he prici-K tmru iven me tor aiilec from
Po'ft lienor in roimd lot h. An advuioe lc
cln-.r.'erj lor hrol,eii IoImii lllllneor'lt r.
SHO Mi'avnrl im umdeii 3 wias 00
ii hhli ehobe 3 S
1 11 hlit a fniicv 3 75
inebbU exirufiimy 4 ci)jJ4 t'fl
t car choice Thnothy anmll biile 10 Ml
5 earn i-trlct prime it 0
rt cara (jilt educ, ,,,, 11 nil
1 cur choice , jo 1 0
I car nil led 8 to
lliutt While III hulk Sfl
.Mixed In hulk an
ft rum In hulk
i cur cVi.cu heavy
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No D do
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t) AY AiOilNlNU NjOVEMBEK 14, mi.
:Vi i oi.intH country mlX' il 1'0'
Hi" M.i't,tH rhole,,i dnlrv voitvj
nml imiiiid" liuieycieHiiierv Ktn in
Sun xi II It In choice
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mill ..aen ., ". .' 'jj
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Scoop choice hilled r.j tHI
ficoni niedlti n youiiK j jo
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wild t ii r Ley a each 1-1,7
(nulla per d-x ,V,
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. ii 'ivj 1. mu niljl JUT 0111.,.,., , l !
rotntoeii. per bunliel., 35111
l'ntilloi'H tier hhl 1 lil
Ornnte", r( r hhl ,
(iruiiL'!1" pe- hot 4 im
I,- iiioiik per not ,1 m
Choice per barrel 5 i)
a. mutt' pur uiiriiei
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30 UNION SQUARE NLVYYGRK,
ILU. MASS. GA.
TOR SALE BY J
I. C. CAUM)N, dim. Ills.
P A T B N T S,
Cnveala, Uc-lamioH and Trnde-Miirl.a aeeti-ed. and
all other luit-nt iiiiieia 111 the I aletil O ill mi and
licliire the t'ntirta liromplly and carefully attended
fluin reeelnt of mndrl "raKeteli of Itivuiitlon, I
niiiku careful exuminiiilon, mid ailviau u to
pi,l' iioibiliiv I'ree of t'hur"e.
,.n':!'';M.!,l)K,( 'I'K. and I tuukeNOCItAliCU
IM.LhS PATH NT IS SKt'L'KKI) liiinriiiMtU.il,
advice and aiec,al ri-t'er nce aunt on nptillcullon
.1. H. I.HTC.I.L, WuahlliKtoii, I). C.
NcarU. S. I'uteiit Ollko.
. . . 1 e7 . W I
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C NO Z" -T,
CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED.
Ilwid tlio evidence. Go and
eco those who testify. If this
is impossible, write to them,
If you arc interested in tlio
suhject, either on account of
your own condition or that of a
friend, send at once fur Dr.
Schenck's Book on Consump
tion, Liver Complaint, and Dys
pepsia. It is free. Address,
Dr. J. H.Sche.nck&Son, Phila
FROM ASHLAND, MASS.
Dn. J. H. Pntr.NTK.
lJatr Sir: In the ih-.mIi of Peeemhcr, USD, 1
took A heavy cmM, whidi lltnilly termliiiitcil
in Pneumonia. Jfy im.; wi-pj .-jnnveiy iniieh
Vi nkened by the sum i, ,,f my ei.inrh, whieh win
olmo.-t wlih.nit ets, ail .11. 1 hmi K-vt-ro juiin hi
my sMo mid lii l; nml 1,1 twci.ii my shuubUr-; my
breuthlni; was ijiiii.-l; 1111, 1 in. i uus ureal oppres.
luti on my ehi-vt. I ci.iiM n, t ) u down without
couKhin. At this time n.y p. I, inn told me that
I had t'oiiMinipt.oii. I lui-i-'l hoce ii,imtiiics(if
niiltti-r nJliI hud sevcrnl .v-Mf - liiTii-,nliile. I
bceanie mili h enuiriut, d ui, I v ry Wmk, I wn.i
Cfiiifliied to the li-ni-.; for Ini- la n'hs. Afvr tho
cloctor.4 lni-1 (.-iveti rue i.p Iu.-ural.le. I con.
rltidc'l to try your lie n i:i, .
Seaweed Tonic r.ti-1 Puim-jr, c f
lime saw coti-id.-ral-le ifnj.ee.
I bi.naii tblui; tho
:i;. iin-l in 11 !iorl
' m -ut in lay wor-t
w dan britu-inu" oh
yiitojns. ci u' 1 IV d u
cotihhi;-,' i lk J
ca-ier. I i.a 1 im ii
had tul.cn tin? in- I
murli bi.-Ui.r th it I 1
floor. I am tnov w ,
ftll'l I urn t M l-i !' -me,
that part ol 01
cavities lire now b
liieilleiin linve v. 1
I cannot ti 11 yi-u h
if any one who i.- 1.
five them rill - ,r:v
tlielr let'.ir.i in ivi -:
uiic 10, 1 J.
j ;i:i.ii: : ut i.U liiut-s w:ls
Ii. i:n.rrIiA'.'e, aad u!u-r i
', for -jiuii lime, I (jot i
nil " ..h; u ti. i ro !s from thu
:i. 1 r v-t my lut.v ur,.. weak,
I !i.i, ...ii-.whollr-t iitti-inlol
Inn..' Is K'-l.e, but that the
! -1. 1 In y ui " f:iy that y,'.:r
1. M m oi.'l-T.-i for im-. l',,e:i,r,
- !; I was In u b-ij, r, but
'li. tt-i will call 011 11 e, I will
u'.adiy, or, I will ari.-Wer
lo'V can not coiiii! to sal- me.
y. . truly.
Ml:.-. JLNNIi: M. JONtS.
DISCHARGED FROM THE ARMY IN THE LAST
STAGES UF CONSUMPTION.
CURED BY DR. SCHENCK'S MEDICINES.
..'".', r. 1 1,; y,e. .r ci j 1 v H 0 yrti;y. pmi'kw.t, r.. I.
I wa- 1:-,. l.ar--d from the V. S. Army In June,
l--'l. il nri iii-.'iir.iM.' '.'. iisumptivo. My ih-e-harKe
rea-lin.; thu-: "Ailvunc-il .-taire of Cr. sumption
ol the Lutiirs." I tv;i ii-iviM-1 by the army Miwoti
t ) live out il iors 1a n.u, !i us j.ossil.le. lie in.
f.rmel my friends that 1 wits Ineiiiable, but tluV
with care I mWit bo made comfortable for a time.
My roiiL-h was uhno-t without ee.'.ation. I rai-cl
matter fr-,m my lunc4 in l.irjje quantitios, iwel I
had till the oilier well-known fymr.tou.s of tho
(lisea-e. I t i"k many remedies without be.n-ft.
In September I wen: to y-o I)r. .sehi-nek, and foon
after be-run to u-o his full course of medieim . I
soon f It their bemTiriul e!Tei-ts, my c.ouh grow
in? less nml less, ami my strength cominf! bai k to
me very fa.-L lathe following April I was entirely
well, and came to Providence and went to work.
From that time to this 1 have l ( ti entirely well,
not KN-U'luii; one il-diur lor doctor, or mei'lii-lin-a
for myself. 1 then-fore know that Iir. Si hem k'l
inedieines lire pml nml reliable i:i l.tint' iiee,-io.
My cure was Considered nluio-t a nnrai le bv those
who knew luu when I was dist hurled from tho
:U1?- Jl'LIla IJOYDF.N,
Of Iloydi-ii i WlK-Ulen, (iroccrs,
Ko. .r;7l N. Main .L't Providence, p.. I,
Formerly of South Wulriole, Mass.
CURED OF CONSUMPTION AFTER TWO
YEARS OF SEVERE ILLNESS.
Ur. J. II. SrnrscK.
bmr ... -1 feel thr.t I am Oolne pood to
cithers by telling y.ui what vour tiie,:n im s buve
done f..r me. 1 F.i-lt with Coi'hupt;on for
over two years, and utter trym.' miiny n-medieH
und employiter the t-'l physii inn 111 this citv,
VMinotu iieiieru, 1 was neliiee.l to n-e vour meilo
cities. I binl hardly taken the lir-t bottle before I
felt much belt.-r, nml niter i-oi.tiiiirtu; lhe;r tle
for. some time was t ntin-ly t -tired, 'lb swus over
ix years 110, nml u 1 have ei ii'ltuied to enjoy
pood heulth Mii'-o, I fi-el t'nit mv euro is per
manent. I am happy to add my ti'-Min v, with
many other-, to the 1 llieaey of your niediei'nes. I
know mnny oiln-rs in Newburh, who havo bt-en
bciiLiited by tln ir 11-e.
MllS. MiplIIA M. I.AW'soN',
No. ti) Ann .t., Nuwburgli, N. V.
FROM MR. CLI P. TORBY, OF NEW YORK.
.V 111 '-iJ,-, l)i n mb'.r :, li-3,
Dit. J. n. SnirNeK, Ploliideli.hla, Pa.
7'tur .Sr.- I wih to tell you what your medi
cines have done for me, bceint-e I ln-lieve that
many lives may he saved by my 1 olnj; so. I
aiready know of one who has been influenced by
me to use tin in, after having been told by seveinl
physicians that her ca-e was ho)n li-ss-.
Hut to my own cuo, in the year l-Ti I whs ut
tucked with Inflammation (Jf ihe I. units, the result
of 11 heavy cold. Il was a severe nttai k, mi l 1
ert-w worse very fa t. Anrnn my fiieinls it was
reported that I had ipilek ''oiiMim,;o!i, I bud ft
continual coiih from tue firt, nml soon bcim to
raise Inre i'iantiiies of phlegm and mutter from
my lutiKs. I lost my appetite, and, of course, poon
grew very wruk-so weak that I was obliged to j;o
to bed. Weiiknc's brought on iiinht-Mvculs. find
lack or notiri-limetit cn-nt loss of llesh. In six
weeks I lost over thirty pounds. All this time I
v.a-i takin;; the medicines of two of Albany's best
physicians, I do 11 .t wi-li lo blame them, but I
lo not think that they had mado such a .study
of hiti dl.-cn.-esiis Is neeeniiry to treat so serious
n ease 11s mine was. At the cud of these six weeks
1 lost faith hi cverylhiiu:; I was satisfied that my
time had come, and so I told my doctors.
Then, ns is usual, nfier all i-No bnd hern tr!i d,
Pome one si!-.-u: -.-i I your 1 lieim-s, nml , neither
expccJim: or liopiui? for relief, bei-un to u-m ihem
the Pulmonic, Syruii und Seaweed Tonic. Iu two
Weeks I was so mueh better that I i;ot up from bed
mid went ilowM town ; nml In lour weeks I h-lt
well. In dm next three months I puiued over
thirty pounds ol He-h, mid am v,.y bnppv lo
tiny that I have been 11 well man ever sinee'my
recovery, w bieli 1 eoti-ider i-; clitllely due to you,
1 shall be pleased to see ntiv one 'who inuv lie
Interested In my - or will if bully amwer letters
liuui lliu-.e who lind it Impossible to call on me.
lll.I P. l'OIlllY,
No. 271 Fourth Avenue, New York City.
To any one who Is neiitaiiileil In Albany, N, V.,
I tun ixkr to many who know of my tase,
Do not produce slekne-, nt Hie Moinm-h, nausea, or
Kripinu. On the contrary, I tier are su tnilil niel
Huivt'iUilc Iu their in'i Ion Unit a pcisoiixiiileniiitwiiri
Hiek ileailaelie.MoiirStoiliaeli.or 1'uln m He- Howels,
Is speemly relieved I hese dislres iiik svniploms,
'l hey net illteet'y on Ihe I Ivi r. tlie i.rm'ni whleli,
v iien lii n liealihy eoinlitioii, iii'iles tlie bhu,d lor
the whole Imily.
In all cases of l.lvcr Coniptuliit nr I)v-pi.pu:i, wh"n
there Is ifreni w-eukne'.u er u, luiliv. e. cl. ik Ia'e
arnnrrd 'I'oiiic Miculil bit iiwd In uoiiuielloti
With these Pills.
DR. SCMA'CX'S ISEDICIllES :
Arrtnf.l.t KaiiiII Tlntfi. Ittla nml ftill .llnnt In,,. fi,i I1u.lv
luv are printed on the wi uppers ofevvry package. l
1)0 YOU KNOW
Willi Ited Tin tho heat? Is tho luirot ; la
invar adulterate, 1 with iiucoe, hurylea, iiiiiiaraea,
or any ileloterloua limredleim, an lathetaau with
111 n ti y n'licr tbhaecoM.
LOUIELAUD'S HOSE LEAF FINE CUT
Ua'io madit of the ducat aloi k, and for aromatic
chcriiiK(iialll ia aecoud to 110110.
LOHILLAltDS NAVV CLIPPINGS
take flrat rank an a an'hl durahla i.noklnii tobacco
wherever lulDduc. d.
LOIMLLAIID'.S f'AMOUS SNUFFS
hava been used for over KM yeara, and are aold to a
larger txieut than any olhe-a.
w ho ate I hod of Calii o- a that fnile In luaahli e or
washil,)! will Had the
V V H P L E S, ' O It A Y S, " AND
p rfi-ciW fast ami el lab' 11 011 11 1 ai hoia t
Hint, try them .Made In liteut variety.
To JliiKc life; Ilrihier
Tliiuly-nelle'a lot is mil n happy
('iiiiliiu i'laslers -,ie ilii! e'liidv.
niie. ll.-n on'i
Pre c J.'i centa.
A eovill ,i, , l!0iu f r three live
""k v " " I.irtiialu i i h ci tinty
" A'ldr - P A 1 HO. ,K Ii A ( ,Ch caxo,
1i 1' t ! 1 riiw "r I'hi'a iu, Kcoi 0111I1 ul ll.ii.e
I ' V ' " '' ''' '' ''lOilior plNtea
or 1 ottMji 1 1 1. 1 o ii to 81,100, with
llentrlpt Ve I I npiVfs 1 V0. Vol , halldaoMUlv
I ouiel I . c'ot 'i III -ll. d 01, ree 'It,! of El
WM. "1. tOM-Utli, hi .. Ask r I'luce, N. Y
til.v I'biiehter (.'ii icil of Consiiii!i-
M.A.i lb-nth ias hour a ; juleii fn in (iimilili
tioii, -ill lAiio-tie- lunu:' ih ted. ami Ur. n.
June a w -i. exper.mi mil. . In Hccub-iila.U made a
I'Uit.t.on ik It'- in, l!i i.i . 1. 1) h cioed' lua only
cbdil. a-(1 i.nw ulie. t,t reiitK t-ii receipt of two
Mmm p. to i ua u Mia III nip b'k.i i nr'-a Sluht
s.t,'- Nauri-aut no-tonn-eh, nml will hreak
a !"!: cii'ii t il hoitit. Ad'lnsa I I(AI1,0( H
A (0..1o;j Uce Mrert I'll l.nlelphia, la. .nam
ing th a i npcr.
llliji.eat honora al all great Wortd'a K-.hi'ut ona
for aeveiitei-u y-ars. nU Ainerlcin Or.r-,
wa (P i! audi al uny. 1 or ca-h, tay pnyan nta or
pr- ser tttiir ie-v liiirhest i e-llenei- vet Mfalneil
iu .il Ii ii aoiiuieii a; hildini; t,, all 'prcvluu im
prove e t . lo: ot .ii ut' r v u I il - thoi anv; aecur
luf i'.o-l i ,'c, O il . '. inuirai toitea and itirnnj.
ed dn 'ah lit;-; i.pec a ,y nvonl i, p.n i Ity li Ket
onto, tat.e. Illualmt'll nt Iol'iic tree.
HaMni & Iliiinlin f)r.Min ami Piano Co.
I'.osloii, )'7 1 ran out : N . York, p, E. lt:li St;
I liUato. II uharh Aa.
The .Science (d Life. (July $1
P.Y MAIL POST-PAID.-
Ktimi.Mi d ' li'.ty Ne-rtotia and I'byical J)c
I liny PiKiniitari! Decline hi Man, Krrora ol
I't'.'.h. and untold nuaerlea n-auitinir Irom India
i ret on or a xee"c A book for every man, vouuir,
iiiiuille-iiy, d anil il. I tcoii'aina 11 prearrlptlonr
I i all a lite hmi chronic diae.e., each one ol
w.iich :.t una nible. su lonlul by the Author,
Mlioae expenenre lor )erna aach aa probah y
it- ver li'-fore fet lo the Im of any phyalclao . -!U
ph-,-ei, boiiitd Ii lieaiittltil It in h mualiii, emhoa
.ed cotera. lul pill, iMiarantc-ri to be a fliu r work
in ev, ry aetiee laei tiiiincal, lit' rnry ntid profei
a'ol.al than siiy ether work aold In thla country
for Mi. 01 li e in iney w ill be refunded In every
In-taire i'll.-e t i ly 1.ii bv -n ill. poat paid.
IhiiHtratlvi am:' le a cetta. K'lid now. (iold
no d il a inb il the anthiir bv Ihe Natlo' al Medici'
A-i i -iitioti, to the ftlr.-r el which he r lera
'1 he Scii-t.cc ol l.lf .hi'tild he read by the vnt,ng
f t Inatrti 't on, ai.d by the afflicted lor lei lif. It
will hi in tit all. London l.si et.
'1 li"r - i- iiii member ot am letv to whom the Sci
ence of Life wili not be iim lul. whether youth,
pun nt etiuidian, Itiptructor or ilerK mau Arijo-
Aild-i-"" the pi'iihodr Vedlcal I'lftittite. or I r
W. II Parker, No. I 1 ! 1 1 1 rt u c 1 St'eet. II 'Eton.
)Hsa..wtio 'i n h" C"t;aulted on all dlaraaea re
pieiii j ai.ltl und expi'tieiiee Chlorite and obsti
oil" ili-ea i a that l:av" teillltd T I f 4 1 the
f k I ' i i'i a 'i o her phyali lull" a lllylli ape
cmlty. -ii. h treated auc- MM 1 'C P I 17
ce-'ltilU wilbotil an inat llll k!" 1 1 1 i 1
a' ce. I S Inn- Menliou Una paper.
617 St. Charlei St. ST, LOUIS, 110,
A rairnlnr Ornliiiti e. two medical
colleges, iiu. Ih'pii Ioiil'ci eckfiikted iu the treat
inetit nfc 'lirtinic, Nervo i, rsUin nml
lllno.l lsea-ei tli ;i n hiiv other pliyaielail 111
rt. Lou I . as eliy ptipera ahoiv unit all . Id real
(tenia know, onsiiltutlon at itl'.ea or bv mill,
free and Inr.ted. A rrb-iiill" talk or ln opinion
Coils noililiiif. When Ills -u-oi,vniant tovhlt
tlie city lor li ealiueiit. iiii dleines on be "'nt
bynuiltor expreis evervwhei e. unrnbie ensei
Kiuiriiiiteeil ; w here doubt tixUt- .u s I'raukly
Waled, tailor Write,
Nerrom Prnatratlnn, Tlelililt; , tlctit bi anil
Physical Wpaknm, tlercuilal and other
fleet loin of Throat, Skin anil llnnei, Klooi
finpurltlen and llloml Polsnnlng, Skin Aflac
tlonE, Old Knrel and t'lcfr, Inipnilnientt to
Marrlwiro, Khfimiatlam, l'llr. Hpnclal t
tent low ta casra frnin orer-worked trvan.
Hl'IKilCAfi CASUS rcrnlvB apeclal iiltyntjpji.
Dlwaai'l arlalmr frnm Impriidonrnv VlJicM'aij
IiiilulKcncei or Kxpoaurii,
tt ll ai'ir-evldent that a phvilelaii fny liift
tinrlleitlur attention to a clas of rasefc nttiilm
treat skill, and phvHleliina In reirular Venetian
all over tliu coiiiiti v know Inic till-, li 'u ently
reciiiiiiiiend ("lines to Ihe oldest olllee le A ilierN
ra wliein every known appliance Is leiortet'
to, and the prnviol iriinil raiiioilio c.f hU
lines und countries lire lled, A whole I'ritse la
uai'd lor olllee iui pr.c, and nil are treate.l ivllll
(kill In a re- tful miinueri aud, knorf.1114
what todo, no experiment are made. I 11 .e
count of the etcit iiutiiher niivlne, tun
rhnrires are kept liov, olten lower thiin 19 i n
Inaaued hy ot'iers, If von secure the kl I : nd
ael. aapeeilj and perteel life cure, Hint .'1 .no
Important iniilti r. 1'uujphlct, HU punt- suit
to nay addre.i IreH.
fine iMinniifr rmnc ( ?( J
Kleitatit clnlli and Kl'.t litodhiK. Healed for M
All '"I . '" J "
ihinild niarrv. How life and luppinesa iiiav j
liiereaed. Those innmcii "io.-iio.o.i . .
timiTv liur ahoul I read ll. .It ought to lie rei.
bv all adult iierxins, then kept under lock ait
key, Popular edition, aatnn as alinve. but pk Mi
niver and siuo pagm, "4 eu t by UiulV, 1- mioiu"
If than) In mn" In thla ctl v with a amall capital
In Invest, who want" 11 itood, paviiiit, atcnly liii'l
m aa, I e can lind a- mellunif that la eeio rahv riaed.
ml, and which haa pruved ila II of SOLID WO TH.
Or, into re tan man tr thla itywh wunt to aaya
from l lP'PKr- N lo KoltTY percent of bla Raa bllit
wrllufor paiuphl' la to
ILLINOIS) UAS nA Vlcltf UO
Itaudulph (St., Chicago, 111,
rents n iiiiiitiueor eiirreiiey.
ileriill pen plel irea, tl iu tullfr, articles 011 11 0
follnwIiiK anlijeetsi Who may niarry "''''"
why If Proiieranetoiniirrv. W lioiuariy III
ri,,r,i,n,.,i va- ,M,n,l. I'livaical deeny. V .10