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TIIURSDAY, AUG. 18., 'Bl.
MINMiEtt & BOIILLER,
Editors and Proprietors.
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—A new comet is fast approaching
the earth and will be visible in a few
—Mr. George W. S waits and family,
of Lewistown, were here on a visit to
bis aged parents, over Sunday.
—Mrs. John 11. Thomas, of York, is
present with us this weak. She was
called here by the sad occasion of a
—The Young Men's Christiau As
sociation of Central Pennsylvania will
hold its annual session at llelleConte,
Sept. 22nd to 25th.
WANTED.—About 3"00 first clas9
inch yellow pine flooring in the rough.
Need not be fully dry. Inquire at th e
Journal ofiice. tf.
—Marble door steps of the best
Sutherland Falls marble, made at the
Mitlheim Marble Works at a moderate
—Mr. C. W. Sturgis, late of Lewis
burg but now residing in Lancaster,
Was here on a visit to his son Charles,
this week. The old gentleman is hale
and hearty and seems to enjoy life.
—Millheim has the latest advertis
ing novelty out—a dog running through
town plastered over with sewing ma
chine advertisements. A uything to
starve poor p- inters.
—Unasked and unexpected Milliieim
gets the most important county office
in the lot—F. P. Muaser for Auditor.
How we love to see true merit ap
—Hall's Vegetable Seicilian Hair
Renewer is the most reliable article
in use for restoring gray hair tc
its original color and promoting its
—Little Johny Zeigler, a Millheiiu
boy now residing in Union county,
called toseo h* on Saturday. Johny
looks as pleasant and cau laugh as
heartily as ever.
—On Monday morning Mr. J. W.
Snook broke ground for a new brick
dwelling house 011 Penn street. At
tention, improvements i FORWARDS
M VRCII !
MORE SIDEWALKS.—Oar council
clerk B?nt i.oticesto twenty o ieproi>erty
holders on North street, requiring them
to build side walks. The council seems
to have been struck with the spirit of
—Your D. R. V. G. has cured me of
Chronic Dyspepsia and other ails caus
ed by indigestion of long standing.
Ross It. Spaulding,
Wholesale Hardware, Syracuse, N. Y.
Gharailteed by all Druggists.
—Tho soldiers' orphans honorably
discharged from the several orphan
schools of the slate, will have a re
union at Harrisburg, Aug. 24th. Gov.
Curtin will deliver the principal ad
—Pastor Tomlinson will preach his
Harvest Home serraou here on Sunday,
when a collection will be taken. Now
don't forget to bring your quarter, if
you are poor, your half if j*ou are
"abte," or your Ss if you are rich.
—WANTED, at the Journal office, on
subscription or other accounts, 10
oushels of potatoes, 25 bushels of corn,
several gallons of good apple butter.
If you have any of these articles to
spare and owe us, bring them along.
—The other day Frank Kister show
ed us a pair of shoes fit for a king to
wear. There may even be kings that
don't deserve to have such shoes. How
ever that may be he will make you a
pair of the same kind if you wish it.
—Barber Springer was the busiest
man in town on Saturday. Don't know
just how much he made, but judging
from his impudent overbearing talk he
must have salted down at least several
—J. A. LIMBEUT, the new mail con
tractor, has procured a fine new wagon
and is prepared to carry express pack
ages and other goods from Coburn to
Woodward and all intermediate points
at reasonable charges. tf
—A large crowd of people attended
camp meeting on Sunday. About 250
"rigs" passed through Millheim alone,
and fully as many we are told passed
the toll gate. No accident happened
that we know and it affords us much
pleasure to add that good order pre
—Ulrich's pottery Is fast approach
ing completion, and what then? Well,
an axe factory, woolen factory, broom
factory, silk factory, watch factory,
furniture factory, steam tannery, car
shops, ship yard, or anything of the
kind would do.
. —Ton years ago while gathering ice,
I strained my back and took cold,' u~
rinationhas been painfpl ever since, un
til after consuming three bottles D. R.
V. G. lam well now, 69 years old and
feel like a colt.
B. B. Blodgett, Baker, Syracuse, N. Y
Guaranteed by all druggists.
—Do you want to buy a farm in
Nittany valley or in Penn township, or
a small piece of land near Millheim?
If so read the notice and sale bills of
the executors of Jonathan Philips, de
ceased, and be on hand on the days of
salt*. Sept. 3rd and Sept. 10th next.
—Rev. James I). Wilson, D. D., of
New York city, preached a most ex
cellent sermon in the Reformed church
at Aaronsburg, Sunday afternoon. Mr.
Wilson is a minister of culture and
piety and his sermons are excellent
food for mind and heart. He will liave
communion services at Spring Mills
next Sunday morning,
—Michael Ulricb showe I us the finest
sett of harness we have seen these many
years. Mike should have more judg
ment though, than to show a poor
printer such a grand harness, for it
makes us real sad to think that we can
never possess one like it, and least of
all "the appurtenances thereunto be
longing or In any wise appertaining"
—such as a dashing nag and splendid
phaeton. No, not we.
—The Sterling Comedy Company
will giva performances at the Town
Hall on Thursday ktul Friday evenings.
This will not be one of the ordinary
variety shows so common at this sea
son, but a regular theatrical entertain
ment of high character, such as rare
ly find its way into smaller towns. We
see very flattering notices in a number
of papers of the plays this troupe gives
and hope .our people will improve the
opportuuity to enjoy something really
meritorious in the line of comedy.
—Read what a stranger who signs
himself "lirush Valley," lus to say a
bont our cemetery. It does not sound
very musical but may do us good. We
have written and talked, begged and
plead on this matter uutil our heart is
sick even to think of it. Utterly hope
less to effect any reform we have made
up our mind to keep our own buiial lot
in good order—have always done SD—
and there the matter may rest as fur as
we are concerned.
CENTRE COUNTY TEACHERS*
Tin* following order of place and time win be
observed iu the teacher' for 1SS1:
Milesbursr and Bocgn—Milesburg, Monday,
Unionville and Union—Union villa, Tuesday,
Huston—Julian Furnace, Wednesday, Aug- 24.
Worth—Port Matilda, Thurs< av, Aug. 25.
Taylor—Hannah Kurn .ce, Friday. Aug. 26.
Philipsburg and Hush—i'hillpsburg, Saturday,
Suowshoe and Burnside—Suowslioe, Tuesday.
Liber.y—Eugleville. Wednesday. Aug. 31.
Howard and Curtiii—Howard, Thursday, Sept.
Marion—Jacksonville. Friday, Sept, 2.
WalkT— Hublershurg, Saturday, Sept. 3.
Spring— Valentines School douse, Tuesday,'
Benncr—Kuox' School House, Wednesday,
Patton—Waddle's School House, Thursday,
Halfinoun—Storm stow n. Frid iv. Sept. 6.
College—LamonL Saturday, ;>ept. lu.
HiUues—AarouVourg. Monday, sept. 12.
MUltieim and Penn—Millhalm, Sept. 13.
Miles—Kebersburg, Wednesday, Sept. 14.
Gregg— Penn Hali, Tiiurvi.iy, Sept. 15.
Potter—Centre Had. Friday, Sept. 1.
Ha rris—Boalsburg, Tuesday, Sept. 20.
Ferguson—PineUru.e, Wednesday, Sopt. 26.
A special examination will be held at the Su
perintendent's office, Bellefonte, Friday, Sept.
30; applicants must come rccoinmende . by nt
least four directors of the district in which
they intend to teach and give a satisfactory
reason for non-atte:iJauce a; tlio public ex
Examinations begin at So clock a. m. Ap
plicants arc expected to be In lime. Some of
the directors al*o should be piesent to make
out a list oi appdeanta.
D. M. WOLF,
Reunion at liaronsburg.
Friday the 12tli inat., was a very
pleasant dtyat M \ .Villi tm Ilarter's,
in Aaronsburg. On that day there
was a family reunion held at his at
tractive and comfortable home. The
family of Mr. & Mrs. Harter consists
of twelve children, eight sons and four
danghteis—all o£ whom were present
on the hippy occasion. Such reunions
are of rare occurancj indeed. A fami
ly of fourteen members, including the
parents, and all, in the providence of
God, are permitted to meet around the
old family table, to enj jy one more good
dinner. It was a very happy event.
The sons-in-law and 'daughters-in-law,
except two, and a number of grand
children, were also present. The re
past, the presents, the lemonade, water
melons &c., were abundant and de
licious, and the reminiscenses truly
grateful. An observer would naturally
think of the woids of the Psalmist:
"Thy wife shall be as a fruitful vine
by the sides of thy house: thy children
like olive plauts round about thy table,
Behold thus shall the man bo blessed
that fearoth the Lord, lie shall see
his children's children and peace upon
Israel." (The welfare of the church.)
It was a good reunion. It will be
a green spot iu the memory of all who
were present, and with tie lelp of
photographs taken at the time, will be
long remembered. It is the sincere
wish of numerous friends of Mr. Har
ter and his good wife, that they may
yet live a long time and have many
good days, yea, best days, to eDjoy
their guter alter Kaffc, JDemok rcUisdie
Grundsaetze und LiUhcrisher Handel,
and at last all meet in a grand, eternal
and better reunion' in Heaven above,
than ever they had on earth 1 J. T.
—ACCIDENTS ip Union county. The
other week a man lost bis life by ac
cident at' the Central Foundry, Lewis
burg. On the 4th Inst. Mrs. Joel
Riebl, near Lewisburg, was gored by
a savage bull, and severely hurt. On
the 4th Mr. David Reichly Was thrown
from a wagon while hauling oals, in
Buffalo township, a'nd had his shoulder
dislocated. On the 6th in St., a young
man named Cake had his right hand
severely smashed, in New Berlin, by cog
wheels. On the sth, at S. S. picnic
near Mifflinburg, a little daughter of
Samuel Wilson ran so severely against
a tree that she fell down insensibly.
Her face was much cut and bruised.
On the 2nd inst., R. V. B. Lincoln,
Jr., of Hartley township, had the
thumb of bis right hand cut off while
; arranging a reaper for work
—For five years I have been troubled
with Constipation, Liver and .Stomach
troubles, coupled with loss of memory
and sleepless nights. Three bottles of
1). R. V. fr. has made me a well man
aud a happy one.
Johnston Miller, Insurance,
Syracuse, N. Y*
Guaranteed by all dealers.
ACCIDENT.-Monday afternoon a
painful accident happened to a ten
year old daughter < f Mr. Tlenry Y
Swartz, near Mrlllieira. Mr. Swart7.
was engaged in rolling a log to his saw
mill, the IPtle girl assisting. The log
had been rolled a short distance and
then left running down a little hill It
self. The girl stood up close to the
log, which caught her dress as it start
ed, and was thrown clear over on the
the other side. It seems that then tin
end of the log must have struck the
girl's fiice bruising and lacerating the
one side of it badly. It is not kupwn
yet whether the eye is injured. The
wound is a severe one though not
—Last week we had a broad, heavy
streak of luck. First we got a dicker
with a kind lady for a Christmas
turkey. She is to fatten it nice and
plump, butcher and clean It at the prop
er time, all ready .for the roasting pan
—and take it aft out in Journals.
Next we got an invitation from brother
Abs Musser to attend the grand Haines
township picnic soon to come o!T, in
cluding coniplimentu ry tickets for the
whole "flaushalt ung" for dinner. We
gratefully accepted the generous prof
fer "matter of course." Lastly we
found a two-cent coin out at Smith
town in the middle of the road, which,
though it looks a little the worse for
wear will be gladly received at par by
one or the other of our creditors, on ac
count. If luck keps gushing upon us
at this rate we will soon get independ
ent and saucy as a Philadelphia boot
A Healthy and Prosperous Family.
Mr. William Tlarterand Rebecca bis
wife, nee Iless, residing in Aaronsburg,
are the happy parents of a remarkable
family. They have eight sons and
four daughters—all living and all, par
ents and children—enjoying that best
boon of Providence—good health. They
have all been* brought up in the Luther
an faith, have always maintained ex
cellent characters, and are all well to
do—some even wealthy—in this world's
goods. Four of the sons ore farmers,
three, tanners, and one an editor—no
idlers and only one 44 Dint< scfdeckcr"
iu the entire lot. The first eleven nev
er had occasion for the doctor while
living u der the parental roof. They
are all married but cue, and even .she,
we understand, has proiperfs. Thoy
are all naturally intelligent, honest, in
dustrious; lave good practical busi.
uess qualifications, but not one of Iheni
as far as we know, has either a col
legiate or academic education. Sevetal
of theui served their country with
much honor in the War of the Re
bellion, and one of them suffered long
from a painful wound received on the
Qeld of battle. Their aggregate ages,
counting only even years, sums up the
respectable figure of 578, and if the
mouths and days were included,
would run it up at levst five years more.
This gives to each an average age of
41 years, 3 months and 12 days, count
ing oi.ly the full years of the age of
each one. On Friday the 12th inst.,
they had a family reunion at the hos
pitable home of the parents iu Aarons
burg, aud it w.u tha first Una iu their
lives that all had met together any
where. What strikes us as most re
markable in the history of this inter
esting family is the fact that the grim
monster. Death, has not once entered
the family circle for over forty-seven
years! How much longer will all be
spared? God only knots'.
This is the proud record of a sturdy
Pennsylvanisch Dcutsch family, and if
there is another one in all the land
that can exceed it in all the essential
points of terrestrial happiness, we
would like to hear from it.
Following is a list of the names,
residences, and ages, of the. several
William Haitcr, Aaronsburg, Pa. 71 years.
Kebecca Hess Harter, " " 67 "
Israel, Stark Co.. Ohio, 47 "
Mrs. t red. Kurtz, Centre Hall, Pa. 45 ,l
Jonathan, Mlllhelm, Pa. 41 "
John, Nevada, Ohio, 42 "
Mrs. I/ewls Mench, Aaronsburg, Pa., 41
William H., llartleton, Pa., 39 "
Daniel 11., Smithville, Ohio, 37 "
Mrs. Levi Murray, Centre Hall, Pa. 35 •'
Andrew, Hartlcton, Pa. 33 "
Aaron, " " 30 "
Thomas 11. Nevada, Ohio, 27 M
Kate, at home 20 **
Believing that the ef
forts of all christians should be an
active and visible oneness in Church
and Sunday School work, and that
the time has conic when the parti
tion walls are being broken down
and professing christians are meet
ing on a more common level, the
Sunday Schools of all denominations j
in Haines township have agreed to
hold a joint picnic or celebration at
Winkelbtech's grove, near Pine
Creek school house, Saturday, Aug.
27th, 1881, to which a general in
vitation is. extended to every per
son to attend. As this is to be a
basket picnic all persons of course
will understand that pies, cakes, #c,
do not grow in the woods. Short
addresses will be delivered by dif
ferent persons invited. Come one,
come all, and let this be a day . of
joy and gladness as well as a day of
Cha i rman of com mi 1 tec.
Editors Journal: —
I had occasion
1 the other day to attend a funeral
at Millhcim, and frankly confess
that I was mortified beyond my
fiowcr of expression. over tlio dis
orderly and dilapidated condition
of your cemetery. I have never
seen such a chaos of tall grass,
weeds, stone heaps aiid.rubli/sh in
a grave yard before. There is not
even a decent walk to the cemetery.
One is obliged to walk around or
crawl over big rook, and, old logs
or take the dusty street to get there.
This state of things is not creditable
to your citizens. But why is it en
dured? 'ting the cemetery company
no trustees or directors? Could n>t
the town council build a side walk?
In short could not something be
done to show due respect for the
last resting place of your departed
fathers, mothers, children and
friends? Let your people arouse
and do something to wipe out the
stigma that the condition of their
• city of the dead" reflects upon
Frank Crow fat, of Nelson, Tioga
county, so brutally beat his wife last
Friday night that she tied to the woods
and hid between two logs and covered
herselt with brush. She was discover
ed ov searching citizens twenty-four
. . —^
On thr 2Sth ult., at Outre Hall, by Rev. S. M.
Reoder, Mr. Samuel J. Metzlcr Co Mlsi Ella
llottorf, both of l'otter township.
On the 7th lust., at Centre llall. by Rev. W.
E. Kislwr, Mr. Henry O. Duck to Mlis Lydla F.
Weaver, both of Grejrß township.
Died at Rebersburg. Pa., Aug. nth, ISM, of
consumption, Amnion Enuitua Wolf, son of
Henry Wolf, axed 31 yi-ar*, 1 mouUi and It
His remains were buried In Keborsburp Ceme
tery, Tuesday morning, August irtth, In the pre
sence of many mourning relatives and a Urge
concourse of people. The urourofu 1 oOMtlaa
was Improved by an able sermon bv It"v. W. M.
Landi-,from John 6:h9 and 47, followed bv the
writer in words of admonition and comfort.
Revs. J. F. DeLong and W. A. Haas also assist
ed in the services
Amou K. Wolf was a man of fine intellect,
and therefore might hjtve been a very iuflucn
tl.it and use ul man in the Church.of Christ, but
also! like so many others equally gifted, was
enticed and drawn away from Cod and the
Church, und found employment if not enjoy
ment In things that ore not only questionable j
but sinful in themselves. He permitted hlmselt '
to oe appointed an agent for speculator life in
surance. which among other tilings he so much
deprecated during his Inst days. He was brought
up in a christian family, under pious intlueiic
es, and at mature age united with the Christian
Church; but guarding to his own confession.,
bittei sorrow and lamentations,-did not "walk
with God" according to his profession and
vow. For this he wept bitter tears ot repent- I
ance. turning unto God with contrition of heart
and confession of sin, and with faith laid hold
o t God's promises and fouim Jesus*. the sinner's
rrlcnd. precious to his soul. He called his
fi lends and neighbors together to reloice with
bin |u the mercy utdMonwiof v od. so strik
ingly show nto him. He took his associates by
the build, earnestly exhorting and entreating
them to consecrate tl)uicl\aa to4lio serytee of
God, and not continue to live us be had doue
while health were his.
Thus passed away a noble young man in the
very prime of lite. We flrr-ly believe that it)
his"la-t days lie was pardoned, accepted and
redeemed by the Lord Jesus Christ. May his
short but brilliant test.mony for Jesus and his
solemn words of admonition and warning bear
rich fruit for eternity.
He leaves behind him a sorrowing widow and
a little daughter. May the Lord be unto the
widow mo its than a husband, and unto the little
orphan more than an earthtyfather, and finally
unite them an unbroken faintly at God's right
hand above. W. U. M.
On the 14th Inst., in Millhcim, Mary Emma,
daughter of Henry K. and Rosle 11. Luse, and
granddaughter of Rev. C. F. and Mary A. i>ci
ninger, aged y months and 20 days,
.On the 17th Inst.,ln Millhcim, Mrs. Catharine
Held, aged 78 years, 8 months una 24 days.
Funeral to-day (Thursday) at 2 o'clock, r. M.
91 i libel in Mai-bet.
Corrected every Wednesday by Gephart
Wheat No. -12
nats White oo
Flour • •
Bran A Shorts,pel ton -0 ft
Salt, per Brl
Plaster, ground . ??
Cement, per Bushel <5 to i 0
Barley ' 6*
Dried Apples g
Dried Peaches 10
Egg Coal is.srt
Stove " 5.75
P. tIKPIIAUT D.A.MUSSB
3EPH&RT & MIJSSER
4. m V # ®
Highest Market srlce paid*for all hinds oi
Delivered either at the BRICK MLLL or at tlie
old MUSSKR MILL, In MILLUEIM.
COAL, PLASTER & SALT
Always on hand and sold at prices that defy
competition. . ,
A share of (he nubile patronage respectfully
solicited. 39-1 y
1881. MIDSUMMER 1881.
H. R, WHITCOMB,
EOCK HT-A.vieasr, FJL.
,Takes this uicthot] to announce to the people of Pcruis, Brush and Su
gar Valleys that altera highly successful season he still Jias,
25,000 WORTH OF CLOTHING,
to select fyoui. and in order to reduce this large stock quickly ho has re
duced his'prices from 10 to 50 per cent.
We have, revolutionized tho Clothing Business in Lock Haven. You
can get as good a suit ironi us as any tailor can make, and at less tfian ;
half the price ; and lor style and fit they are often superior. Boys like
etylish suits as well as men, and we have them in all grades.
Boys Clothing is a Specialty With Us.
No use looking for better goods for boys than we have—you can't And them.
No living man shall be allowed to give their customers better value for their
money than can always be found at my store. And where is the mother that
likes to make children's clothes V C'eu't m ike them fit. 4 Never look well"
is the complaint or every one. We've got all grades and they are just cute and
nobby as they can be. A change of weather means a change of cblhes ; a
change of clothes retptires a change of patterns and styles of materials. The
house that has the choicest and newest changes in styles and patterns is likely
to secure the greatest number of new customers and best please aud retain its
old patrons, ( 'la these days it is not everything that looks . like clothing that
will sell, but in the keen competition between different houses it will be the
survival of the Attest.
OUR CLOTHING IS
Unequalled in Quality,
Unexcelled in Style,
Unexceptional in Fit.
And the people have, by a Urge majority, decided to patronize
We have a much larger stock of new style Ilats than all the other
stores in Lock Haven together, and our prices are always the lowest
Full stock ol Trunks. Bags, <fce. Gents' Furnishings, a large line of
BOOTS & SHOES
sold at from 10 to 25 per cent.cheaper than anywhere else in this section,
call and see us. Speial prices to parties from'a distance.
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
Dry Goods House of Lock Haven for
SPRING i SUMMER
JV>r cr since the establishment of this great Dry Goods llousc ha\* we
done such an extensive business as tee have done mis spring. We will in
a few days oprn our fourth immense stock for the Spring and Summer oj
ISBI, The people of Lock Haven, Clinton and Centre counties arc
shoicing their great appreciation of the wonderful bargains we are offer
ing in our entire stock. First class goods, only honest dealing, no misrc.
presentatins and low prices always win. This is the motto on which we
have built uppur enormous and will here say that wc fully appreci
ate the liberal patronage oj the Peoph iii. sustaining a first class Dry
Goods StorejrJLcok Haven, which it his Iccn our humble effort for seme
years to establish.
Our Dress floods
is especially attractive and excels any eff>r. t w; eczr in 1 1: in F.n: icss of Stock, rich
ness of Patterns awl in it?\qreat variety.
500 YARDS BEAUTIFUL
at 40, 45 and 50 cts per yard. Beautiful Black l)ress Silks at 75 cts a yard.
Heavy Gros (Jrain at 1.2 > warranted not to crack or wear glossey. Jkautfu Bro
cades in Black and all Colors. All colros of Satins and Dress Silks. 1000 yards
Best Lawn? in remnants from 3 (a 15 gards. 9 cts. icorth 15 cts.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Black and Colored Cashmeres
ever shown in Lock Haven at astonishingly low prices, and all the new Styles of
Dress Goods to be found in any city store. 500 yards of the best Bantings for Men
and Boys' wear, ever shown in this city. 10000 yds. Bleached ami Brown Muslins
to be sold at wholesale prices. 6000 yds. best Calvio rear ranted fast colors at cts.
Great bargains in Table Linen, Tickings and Towlings , etc. 200 Parasols 25 per
cent less than usual price. 1000 Pairs Ladies Lisle Thread and Kid Gloves at
prices that will astoniih c r one who is a judge of thci valu . in immense stockof
Stockimis, Laces, Hibbons, &c. " r* '•
CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS.
Never was there shown tn Lock Haven such a stock of Body Brussels Tapestry
Brussel, 3 ply and Ingrain Carpet, as we show this season and our trade is really
immense on them. Beautiful Capets from 20 cts. a yard upwards.
Come, See and be Convinced
that the Bee Hive Store offers decided advantage
over every store in Central Pennsylvania in every
thng in the dry goods line. Everybody welcome
to the BEE HIVE, 65 MAIN STREET
LOCK HAYEK, PA.
J. J. EVERETT,
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Lawn Mowej-ever made. They Htam| at the
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and Europe. ThcV con win all tho improve
ments that experience in tlieir 'manufacture
can suggest; arc beautifully finished.' thorough
ly made and do splendid work on every variety
Hand Mower Sizes, from ?to IS Inches. Tony
and Horse Sizes, 24, 2S and .38 inches. Send for
Circulars., j* ;
SOLD BY OIK ACKATS LYEIIYWHERB
W FREE BY'M AIL. ** *
HOPELESS CASES OF
Bronchitis. Asthma, Catarrh. Dyspepsia, De
bility and All Chronic Diseases.* 20 years .of
great experience. 2.000 hopeless cases cured.
Astonishing ufc*eovef\*-of new treatment 'to
iulcly fatten', make bldodaud build up the. sys-
Item. Invalids caused to eut and digest enor
rtnously and gain 3 to 5 pounds per week.
kTital and healing force is ra id v and poweL
ifuiiy increased. New life ana vigor imff.tr d
the llrst fevVttays. Severest cases of Con-jH
sumption, bed fast'and glwn up to die, cubed!
In 2to o months. Jnffamition In the Lungs!
removed, Hectic Fever and Night Sweats, and!
Cough made looscyand easy, or checked in 35
horn's. The treatment e\lr orates, exalts, a
rouses all organs into healthy vigorous opert
tion. It is also the greatest cur.", on earth for
Liver, Kidney, Heart, Head, Blood Skin Fe
male and Nervous Diseases. Seminal Weak
ness, al! diseases of children,, and tlic Opium
ilablt. We are honest in our offer, aud earn
estly invite you to write ot' come before it is
too late, no matter what VQIU* disease, even tf
abandoned by the ablest p iysicians. Describe
your case. Trial free to h'l who come here. A
ti lal package of our medicines worth *2 toft
sent by maiito all who s'end us the enmcs ai-'t
addresses of all ulhicicd in their vicinity ai d
5 cents to 'lostage, B. S. DISPENSARY.
errten Springs. Mich.
WOULD YOU BE RESTORED TO SOUND
MANHOOD? A Curt Guarantetd. Sufferers
from the above disease (Nervous Debility) will find'
permanent relief from the use of EGAN'S COMPOUND
ELIXIR and ORGANIC PILLS. Not a quack nostrum
but the genuine prescription used in my regular prac
tice for tne past seven years. Elixir, fa per package
or 3 for (4. Pills $1 per box, or 3 for fa. Severe
cases require 3 to 5 bottles of the Elixir, with two or
three boxes of the pills. Goods sent to any address
m receipt of price. J. Y. EGAN,
Ogdecsburg, N. Y.
GLLMORE & CO.
■ MM h COLLECTION H iUSF,
629 F Street, Washing OD, D. C.
Make Collections, Negotiate loans an! a*-
Icikl t<> at) confided to thcin._ La'.d
biKt'\ sold itr's Additional llmnestead ; i£.i 'r
aid LX> R AKUAMS bought and sold.