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he j| ill !i ei m Jour na I.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 8., 'Bl.
•nnmni & BUMILLGK,
Editors and Proprietors.
—Tioga county has a heavy wheat
—A malignant type of diphtheria
prevails in Sunbury.
—A laborer in Russia gets eight
cents a day and "tiiuls himself.
—lt is said that lea made of black
berry leaves is a sure cure for cholera
—The foui dation walls of Snook's
new mansion on i\.nn street are going
—Jacob Gephart's men have ' ng
their tobacco. The crop is a goo one
for the Season.
—The Middleburg"Evangelical Sun
day School recently netted SBB ova
—Disgraceful and rather serious
fighting took place at Piue Caiup
Meeting the other Sunday night.
A new counterfeit quarter is out.
Keep your eyes open, poor men—the
i ich'don't deal iu quarters much.
—Tlie low water, lias stopped boat
ing between Williamsport and Lock
—Fiank Kuarr bought the Philips'
lot near Millheim at executors' sale
last Saturday, at SBO per acre. Cheap
—A splendid, stronr 2 horse spring!
wagon for sale. None bettei in the 1
valley. Price moderate. Inquire at ,
the Journal oftice. tf J
—Henry Fryer got rather an easy
sentence last week—a trie of SSO, one j
month iaiprisoniueat and costs of;
WANTED. —About 3500 first class 1$
inch yellow pine flooring in the rough.
"Need not be fully dry. Inquire at the
Journal office. tf.
—The Miliheim B. & L. Association
meets next Monday evening. Money
has been selling pretty low of late. If
you need any come aloag.
—The other Monday Master Harvey
Drumheller, a young lad of Sunbuiy,
saved two girls from drowning at that
--Marble door steps of the best
Sutherland Falls marble, made at the
Miliheim Marble Works at a moderate
—The Penn's Creek Lutheran and j
Salem's Reformed Sunday soli >ols ol j
Gregg township had a fine picnic last j
Saturday. We did not learn the par
—J. A. Limbert, our mail contract
or, now sports a fine span of mules in
his mail coach. The carrying business
route has increased very much
—Hon. Victor F,. Pioiett, of the
Penna. State Grange, and C. S. Mc-
C'ormic, Esq., ot Lock Haven, will be
among the speakers at Granger
picnic, next Thursday, the 15th.
—Hereabouts potatoes will yield a
bout a third of a crop; corn may be
rated at about half a crop, "ftheit
was pretty good, and hay and oats ex
—lt is said that the Susquehanna
has less water than during the great
drought of I£OL Tne current is not
strong enough to carry eff the sewer
age at Ilarrisburg.
—J. A. LIMBERT, the new mail con
tractor, has procured a fine new wagon
and is prepared to carry express pack
ages and other good 3 from Coburn to
Woodward and all intermediate points
at reasonable charges. tf
—On Sunday the roof of the old San- ;
key tannery fell together with a great j
racket. People who did not have good, ;
sound consciences were considerable j
scared over the strange noise, but as |
soon as they discovered that the world
was not tumbling down their pious
—Our friend Mr. J. R. VanOriner
has taken a position in tho store of
Guggenlieimer & Co., Eellefonte. Reese
is one of the handiest chaps out. He ;
can teach school, post books, run a
paper, sell sewing machines, handle
the yard stick, and do a variety of oth
er useful chores too numerous to men
A GOOD RULE.—Gen. Beaver, of
Bellefoute, lias a rule to give at least
$lO to every church that is built in
Centre county. If he is not asked by
any particular building committee he
sends the X without the formality of
being solicited, it he finds out the au
thorized person or committee to re
ceive it. Such a rule is worthy of im
VETERAN PICNIC.—The eighth an
nual picnic of the veteran club of Cen
tre county will be held at Spring Mills,
pn Saturday, Sept. 10th, 1881. Exer
cises begin at 10:30 A. m. No post
ponement on account of the weather.
The community is cordially inyited to
JAMES A. BEAVER,
D. S. KELLER, President.
—For Boors and Siioks of every de
scription go to Stani'a store. He laid
\ in the finest stock that lias yet been in
—Wanted, at the Journal ollice, ou
subscription or other accounts, 10
ousbels 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.
Picnic,—The Patrons of Husband
ry will hold their Sth Annual County
Picnic on the summit of Xittany
Mountain, above Centre llall, on
Thursday Sept. 15th, 1881. All are
cordially invited to attend
—Habit, ff not necessity, makes a
Hair Dressing such as l)r. Ayer's
laboratory issues, indispensable to
many. Ayer's Hair Vigor is one of
the mist delightful we have ever used,
it restores not only the color, but gloss
and luxuriance, to faded and gray
—Beftvertown, in Snyder county,
was recently shaken up bv a spook st uy.
The spo k had his head.pi liters in tl e
barn of A. 2d. Carpenter. About
300 of B.avertown's bravo people of
both sexes and all age? turned out ful
ly aimed to capture the spook. A
man whose name is given as Ner C.,
braver than the rest, entero I the barn,
and after a long and exhaustive search
found the spook in the shape of an old
cow. The cow was a cribber or
wind-sucker and the noise the result
of the force with which she brought
her under jaw against the trough.
—1 have suffered with sick headache
all my life, until six mouths ago. i).
K. V. ti. Dyspepsia Remedy cured me.
D. Bookstaver, ex-Mayor,
Syracuse, N. Y.
—-lutheU.lL Mutual Aid Journal
we find the following casts reported
from Snvder county as samples of spec
ulative insurance witli the speculation
left out: Goo. Shotzberger carried a
SO,OOO policy or. Lho life of llenry
Heiuibach in the Ilanover .Mutual Aid
Association an 1 received SOH. Andrew
Kerstctler luui a poliey on his mother
in the Agmen of SclinsgrovQ for $lO,-
000 and received 00. Fercival
Lenigand a Mr. Shotzberger had a
policy for $3,000 on Joseph Lynig in
the Prudential of JI irrisburg and re
ceived SOO. Wm. Winner carried a
SI,OOO policy on his own life iu the
Middletown Beneficent, and alter he
died his wife got the ''beneficent" >um
of $3S.$7. — Sclinsjrov-: Times.
—Myself and wife having been af
flicted t -r years with Dyspepsia, and
during the time continued dosing with
bitters and other nostrums, with no
benefit. Four bottles of D. R. V. G.
has cured ns oof li.
Dr. J. W.C. Gould,
Syracuse, N. Y.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
ILLITERACY ANT) CRIME. —The late j
Superintendent of public schools of
this State, Horn J. P. Wickersham,
has been exr.iuiniiig into the relations
of education to cri ae, and r.s a result
of h's investigat it*: - lias conic to tiro
conclusion thai one-sixth of all the (
crime m tho'co.mtry Ms committed by
persons wholly illiterate, and one-third
by persons pneti uUv illiterate, and
that the proportion of tiio criminals
among the illiterate is about ten times
greater than among those who have
L on instructed iu the elements of a
common school educ it ion or beyond.
THE BIGGEST HOTEL IN THE
WOULD. —The Digest hotel in the ,
world, the Grand Union, is at Sara
toga. Its delightful grounds, large
and airy apartments, spacious drawing
room, pretty parlors, and long piazzas,
justify the enthusiasm with which its
guests speak of the house. The vast
dining room has a seating capacity of
twelve hundred. Two hundred and
forty waiters, active and alert, are
there to see that the wants of all are
supplied. Tue culinary appai tment is
a model m its departments. The ful
lowing quantities ot" the principal ar
ticles are used e icii dny in supplying
the tallies: Fresh meats, 3,500 pounds;
salt meats, 500 pounds; poultry, 1,500
pounds; Gsli, 600 pounds; butter, 500
pounds; tee,, JOO pound*; coffee, 250
pounds? sugar, 800 pounds; eggs, 500
dozen; miik, 1,200 quarts; cream, 200
quarts; potatoes, ten barrels, other
vegetables eight barrels. Fifteen hun
; dred guests are now in the house.
1 The expenses of it are now about three
thousand dollars a day.
—D. It. V. G. cured me of the worst
kind of Eruption of the Skin, blotches
like boils from head to foot. J). R. V.
G. I think the best blood purifyer in
John G. Blodgett, Baker, Syracuse,
xl . A •
Guaranteed by all dealers in Drugs.
Our Grain Production.
The crop reports from Europe indi
cate a fair Harvest. There is likely to
be only an average yield of wheat,
while of the other grains the promise
is better. There i 3 accordingly every
reason to expect that Europe will con
tinue to be a greater purchaser of grain
in the United States, ap,d that our ex
ports will not materially decline next
autumn, if, indeed, the) show any
It seems to bo generally acknowledg
ed now that our wheat harvest will be
less than that of 1830, and very likely
below that of 1379. But the crops of
these years were of extraordinary mag
nitude, and though the Harvest may
be considerably smaller in 1831, tho
yield will be as compared
with that previous to 1879."
Our production of grain was 2,431,-
383,811 bnsheli in ISB >, and in ISTO it
was 2,421,." 10,303 busheb. Tim crop,
therefore, may be less this year by one
or two hundred million bushels, and
yet the percentage of decrease, so
enormous are those totals, will be
small. A greater falling oIT is not
probable. Very likely, taking all the
graii.s together, there will bo no de
crease in the production. Even if the
yield is 2(X),000,0 )0 bushels leas, how
ever, we chull still have a crop move
than equal to that of I£7S, when we
expected 251,841,715 bushels, about
00,03 ,0 H) bushel? leas than last year,
it is true, but more than double the
quantity sent abroad in ISTS.
Moreover, there is nothing in the
crop reports from Europe to indicate
that the grain supply there will bo so
much greater than that during the
last thiec years sis to lesson the de
mand far our surplus at .ill alarmingly.
The English harvest is nos gnd, and
our heaviest c ntomer, therefore, will
need to purchase as much foreign
grain as usual. Neither does the
grain yield in France promise to be a
bovo the average. 'Xmo of the crops
will be very ha 1, and none veiv good."
in the summing up of M. E:i nue, the
Parisian statistician, regarding agii
The outlook for our f irrners, ac
eoulingly, is favorable; and, so far as
concerns the railroads, the proportion
of decline in the ywld is likely to be
em ill, even if any occurs, that trars
poration will feel it slightly. -A.
A pauper in Juniata county, named
Nicholas Bitner. recently deetusid,
had $100,030 insurance on his life,
A woman of Lobm m, age.l $1 yea s,
is insured for $!0-l,00l on the rvtculn
Colonel Frank Huffman, of New
manslown, Lebanon county, drew ar
rears ol pension last week amounting
Water is sold foi 25 cents a barrel at
Fraokville, Schuylkill county. The
prolonged drought has dried up all the
wells and streams.
A stone 130 feet long, 10 feet wide
and 8 feet thick, was lately taken out
in one piece from a granite quarry in
Westeily, It. I. It is worth §30,000
as it lies in the quarry.
Excessive smoking is thought to
have caused the mental aberatiou of
Strander, of West Pittson, Luzerne
county which led to his suicide on
A most ucviiish fiend recorded in
the news' apers for many a day has
turned up in !llin is. He titd a boy j
to a railroad track and stood by to
see his victim crushed to death. The
boy, by a lucky twist escaped mortal
injuries. A more cold-blooded criminal
than this is not unhung.
That Funny Pistol.
Last Saturday afternoon a youth
named 'mi nev Ilopper, at Sun lurry, ]
was carelessly handling a loaded re
volver. when it was accidentally dis
charged, the ball entering the head of
Albert Kettier, aged ten years, about
two inches to the left of the right ear.
The hall penetrated the brain and there
is little hope c-f the boy's recovery.
The Bloomsburg says
that in Snyder county, where tho spec
ulative craze first took posession of the
minds of the people in Central Pennsyl
vania, we begin to hear the outcrop
ping of dissatisfaction. Assessments
are becoming so frequent that many
policy-liokhvs are unable to pay them.
The officers and agents are receiving
the curses of tho insured for their de
ceptions, and the retribution which we
predicted as the lot of all who arc en
gaged in the dishonest practice is be
ing visited upon the guilty. Many
who fancied themselves to be million
aires in the near future are despised by
the people of the community in which
they reside, and lament that they oyer
sat. deed their manlicud to their greed
NEARLY 200 LIVES LOST.
A Steamer Wrecked and Only ;
CAPE TOWN, August 31.—The
Union Mail steamer Teuton, with two
hundred souls on board, including pas
sengers and crew, his been wrecked
near Quoin Point. Only twenty-seven
persons were saved in the steamer's
boats. The British corvette Dido has
proceeded to the scene of the wreck.
The Teuton arrived at Cape Town
from England on Monday, and land
ed some and embarked other passen
gers and proceeded 011 her voyage to
Algoa Bay and other ports. Quoin
Point is near Algoa Bay, and is the
scene of a previous wreck of a Union
Something for Farmers,
Henry J). Kinlzle, a farmer living a
bout one-half mile cast of Myerstown,
has started a new industry which, if it
should prove successful, will lessen the
burning and using of lime for fertiliz
ing purposes. lie lias procured a ma
chine to crush lime stone as line as
Hour. This, it is claimed, if sowed on
land will enrich the soil to a greater ex
tent than phosphate or lime. Quite a
number of farmers have given orders
for SOU to 1,000 pounds, which they will
use on the land prepared for sowing
wheat this fall. Mr. Kintzle claims
that where his powdered lime-stone
has been used thirty-five bushels of
. wheat haye been grown to the acre.
Disastrous Forest Fires in Erie.
EIUB. September 2.—M< Kcan,
Oanesville, Franklin ami adjacent
townships in lliis county are in im
minent danger 01 total (lest rue I ion.
Embers from forcet fires raping in
the vicinity have ignited tho un
cleared portions of Franklin town
ship, and while acres werein fames,
barns, hay and wheat stacks and
dwelling bouses were swept away
like chaiT. Church bells were rung
and drums beat to call out people
and at this writing over a thousand
people are at work with axes and
plows lighting the ilauics. AtCrnnes
ville and McKoan the same work is
going on. The damage to timber
ami crops will be great. Should a
wind spring up nothing can save
the houses and farm buildings.
Welcome Kali: la (lie West—-A jjeav}
!•>!! 1!: Socio localities.
CIUCAOO, S. NTEMBER I.— Dispatches
received here show thut rain fell hut
night all over the Northwest and in
Southern Illinois, greatly benefiting
corn wherever the crop was not yet
wholly destroyed by the drought.
Sent NO FIELD, 111., September I.
Over three inches of rain foil here last
night in less than ona hour.
PES MOINES, la., September J.—
There was a heavy stor.n of wind and
ram here last night, accompanied by
much lightning. Two and fifteen
bundredt haunches of rain fdi in three
huurs. The Bust Side Opera House
was struck by lightning.
if) Inivcrsnl Accord.
AT::U'S C'ATII tuna PILLS :i r* th ' lest of .-ill !
purgatives for family u-v. They :uc the pro- i
•la 'I <if long. laborious, an i B<u - 'w-is'ul ch.nnl
•\d iuvasiignin>n, cud their en tensive use. 1 v I
pl.y-! hi*n 11 th ir j raelice, ami by -all civilize !
••I nations, proves thorn the hi i and most f- |
factual pm ait ve Pill tlsut media:.l science ;
oh a d vi-o. Being purely teg table m, harm 1
ein i iron I IM* •• ua. 11 n'l.aa ■ VA-ue
and curative power? ia> other i* i . e.u be
eonil an-i w jth ;ia'M.: nil t*v i.v pers-n. know
ing their virtues, will etnj hy. them, when nee
dial. Ti.ey keep the s\-tern In perfect ord r
til l maintain in licdtliy ;.a ion tin* whole ma
• lliner\ ni nfe. Wild, search.ng and t llurttl.il
the) ..!<• es; teially ad i;<tea to the heeds of
ilie digestive uppuiutii.. derangements >r
w liieh th -y prevent an 1 aura. .1 timely taken
iv are tire bed ami -nfest piiy dc to en ploy
for ehildre . :id w iheuod couslUu o ris,
w lieie Hiniid but cifeetu il cutha. tie is retfulr
I'OR SALE PY AI.I. DEALKKS
(hi the .list ult.. .it I oeV Haven. Mrs. Marga
ret liarnhart, mother of Win. I'. Beck, of that
place, in tiei si>i year.
On the .7tli til!., in Lcwi.-hurg. Thomas Harp
er, formerly of Woodward, aged 78 years.
On t) e *lh Inst., e.t Coburn. Jacob Willie, son
ofDiiiioland Susan Kisenlmth, aged 5 months,
Corrected every Wednesday by Gephait
& M lister.
Wlieat No. * 1-32
nats White 40
It nek lieAt
Bran A Sru.tm.pei ton ~ J 00
Suit,per Brl 1 • •
Fluster, ground to.ixi
Cement, per Bus hoi 43 to 50
fat rd 10
Dried A nples 6
COAL MA UK EI
Egg Coal $3.50
Stove " 3.73
Chestnut" i 5.30
5\ UEl'aiUT I?. A. MISBRK
GEPH 4ET & MUSSER
; MILLHEIM PA.,
j Highest market price paid for all kinds of
Delivered either at the BRICK MILL or at the
old MUSS Lit MILL, in MILLHEIM.
COAL, PLASTER & SALT
Always on hand ami ■•'.old at prices that defy
A Miare of the public patronage respectfully
GEO. P. ROW ELL it Co S
SELECT J. IST OP LOCAL NEWSPAPERS.
An advertiser who spcrvts iipw irdsof sl,ooo a
ye ir, and who invested less than ♦330 of it in
this List, writes: "Your ticlcct Local List paid
me better last year Til A VAI L THE OTHER
A O VKUT/tilXO J DID:'
IT IS NOT a€o OPERATIVE LI
IT IS NOT A CHEAP LIST.
IT IS AN HONEST LIST
The catalogue states exactly what the papers
are. NViuui the name of a paper Is printed in
.FU LLFACE TV PK it Is in every instance the
REST. When printed in CAPITALS it is ilie
ONLY paper inthe place. The list gives the
population of every town and the circulation ot
The rates charged for advertising are barely
one-lift,h the publishers' schedule. The price
for single states ranges Iron) $-'tosSo. The price
foroneineh one motiili inthe entire list is pii-Y
The regular rates of (lie papers for the same
space ami time are $2,980.14. The list includes
0.2 nowspahers of which 187 are issued DAILY
and 705 WEEKLY. They are located inTs.B
different cities and towns, of which 26 are State
Capitals, 363 places of over O,WW population, and
468 County Seats. For copy of List and other
information address OBG. P. ROWELL&CO..
10spruce St.,?<e\v York.
| .188.1, MIDSUMMER 1881.
H. a. WHIT COMB,
lakes this method to nnnouncG to the people of Fenns. Irush andSuf
gar Vnllcys that altera higldv successful season he still l as,
25,000 WORTH OF CLOTHING,
to select from, and in order, to reduce this large stock quickly he lias rc
dir-eil his prices from 10 to V) per cent.
We have revolutionized the Clothing business in Lock Haven. Yon
can get us good n suit, from us n - any tailor can make, and at less than
half tho price ; and lor style and lit they arc often superior. JJoya like
stylish suits an well as men, and we have thorn in all grades.
Boys Clothing is a Specialty With Us.'
No use looking for better goods for bon than we have—you can't find them.
No living man shall bo allowed to give their customers better valuo fur their
money than can always be found at my store. And where is the mother that
' likes to make children's clothes ? Can't m ik* them lit. 4- Xevor look well",
!is the complaint of every one. We've got all grades and they are iusl cute and
! nobby as they can be. A change of weather m?aus a change of clothes; a
i change of ciuthes requires u change of patterns and styles of materials. The
; house that has tho choicest and newt si changes in styles an 1 patterns is likely
jto secure the greatest number of new customers and best \ lease and retain its
old patrons. In these days it i ; not everything that links like clothing that
; will sell, but in the keen competition betweea different houses it will bo the
survhci of the littest.
OUR CLOTHING IS
Unequalled in Quality,
Unexcelled in Style, j
Unexceptional in Fit. j
And the people have, by a largo majority, decided to patronize
We have ft much la rger stock of new style Fats than all the oilier
stores in Lock llnvcn together, and our prices are always the lowest.
Full stock of Trunks, Lags, A*c. Gents' Furnishings, a large line of
BOOTS & SHOES
sold at from 10 to 23 per cent, i heojier than anywhere else in this section,
call and see us. Speial prices to parties from a distance.
BW FLAG SlEP^^
BmaßßUßßsassssa M Eaasaassmsssa |L>
Dry Goods House of Lock Haven for
SPRING § SUMMER
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.Never since the establishment of this grc it Dry Gr-ods House have w<-
done such an extensive business as ire have done rn:s spring. IFc will in
a few days open our fourth immense sitck for the Spring and Summer oj
18S1. The people of Lock I liven, Clinton and Centre counties ar e
showing their great appreciation of the wonderful bargains ire are ffer -
ing in our entire stock. First class goods, only honest dealing, no misrc
present alias and low prices always win. This is Ihe motto on which wc
have built up our enormous trade and will here soy that wc fully appreck
ale ihe liberal patronage oj the Peoplt in sustaining a first class Dry
Goods Store in I.cok Haven, which it his been our humble effort for some
especially attractive and excels any effort tee ever made in Fineness of Stock, rich
ness <>f Patterns and in its a.-cat variety.
;><)() YARD'S BEAUTIFUL
at 40, -Id and 5G ets per yard. Beautiful Black Dress Silks at 75 cts a yard.
Heavy Bros ttrain at 1.25 tc tr ranted not to crack or icar glossy. Beautiful Bro
cades in Black and ah Colors. All colros of Satins and. Dress Silks. 1000 yards
Best Lawns in remnants from 3 to 15 yards. 0 cts. worth 1" 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 sU rc. 500 yards of the Iwst Bantings for JV/en
and Boys* iccO.r, ever shown tc f his eiiy. lOOCU yds Beached and Brown Jfuslins
to be sold at wholesale juices. GUOO yds. best Call o warranted tft colors at 4* cts.
Great bargains in Table Linen, Tickings and Towlings, etc. 2do Parasols 25 per
cent less than usual price. 1000 Pairs Ladies Lisle Thread and Kid Gloves at
prices that icill astonish every one icho is a judge oj their value. An immense siockoj
St/ickin-is, Luces, /gibbons, tbe.
CARPETS, GARPETS, CARPETS,
Never tens there shown til Lock Haven such a stock of Body Brussels Tapestry
Brussel , 3 ply and Ing rein Carpet, as we show this season and our trade is really
mmense on them. Beautiful Capets from 20 cts. a yard upwards.
Come. See and bo Convinced
that the Bee Hive Store offers decided advantage
over every store in Central Pennsylvania in every
thing- in the dry goods line. Everybody welcome
to the BEE HIVE, 65 MAIN STREET
LOCK HAYEK, PA.
J. J. EVERETT,
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HOPELESS CASES OF
Prouchirls. Asthma. Catarrh. Dyspepsia,. De
bility and All Chronic Diseases/ 2i> years of
g;vat exp' rienco. 2.C(0 hopeless eases eared:
Astonishing discovery of new treatment - • to
quicly fatten, make Wood and build up the sys
rj';rio. Invalids can ;ed local aud digest enor-
Eoioi.sly ami pain 3 to 5 pounds per week.
nsVital and healing force is niMd.y and powcr
r/iuily increased. New life ana vigor imparled
the first few days. Severest eases of Con-B
sumption, bod fast and given tip to dio, cured El
in 2to 3 months. Intlamatloh iu the LungsH
removed, Hectic Feyer and Night Sweats, aiidH
(>. unh made, loose, and easy, or checked In 36
hours. The treatment exhilarates, exalts,a
--r I'ise.-: al! osgnus .uto heahby vigorous opera
tion. If is also the greatest cure on earth for
J-iver, Kidney, Heart. Head, Blood hkln Fe
male and Net eras Discus: s. Seminal Weak
ne:-s, all disease■ of children, and the Opium
ffal.il. We are honest iu oar offer, and earn,
csiiv invite you to write or come before it is
the late, no matter what your disease, even If
abandoned by the ablest physicians. Describe
your case. Trial free to all who come bere. A
Dial package of uur medicines worth 12 to $4
s°nt by maiito all who send us the names and
addresses of all afflicted in their vicinity and
5 cents to wastage. B. s. DISPENSARY,.
orrien Springs, Mich.
WOULD YOU BE RESTORED TO SOUND
Manhood? A Cure Guaranteed . 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 hi my regular prao
tice for the past seven years. Elixir, $2 per package
or 3 for $4. Pills $1 per box, or 3 for $2. Severe
cases require 3 to 5 bottfts of the Elixir, with two or
three boxes of the pills. Goods sent to any address
on receipt of pr;t c . J. Y. EGAN,
Ogdensburg, N. Y,
GILMORE & CO.
LAW & COLLECTION HIOSE,
629 F Street, Washing on, D. C,
Make Collection*, Negotiate Loans met- -at
tend to all business confided to their) . I A>r>
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