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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - November 22, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                SUGH3ESTED BY NATURE: A   WONDERFUL   COMBtNATiON   OF GRAY  AND  COPPER. Somn of Ihc Latest Dainty Fixings for Wonini W\ut Arn Itrniitiriil and in the Fashion. Too-Tli<- Vsy of Astrakhan ami rt-r-^iaii i-unib. (SiK'tial CorrcsiKmtlpnce.l New YoitK, Nov. 20.-A couple of years ago I w;is saiUn^ down New York bay, anil over to the west great masses of. lead)'!! hnod clonds were banked np, thick and inoroso looking'. a.s if heavy Vvith imKndins storm and dLsaster. Jnst as the boat came abreast of tho Statue of Liberty the setting sun, big and bloody, broke tlirough tho somber clouds, giving to each of them a border of coppery red that gleamed liko tbo glowing embers in ft fii'e, fiomt'times dull and then'' again flaring up ^vith a dazzling brilliancy that caused tho whole heavens to glow Tvith quivering lines of lurid flame. How grand and beautiful a sight it was, with DAINTY THIXOS FOR rRETTY WOMEN'. the tall sentinel with her uplifted hand appearing to point out new b ay. Ilhd Mrs. II. A. Gardner, of ViRtul.i. Ind., lived two thousand year^i ago she would have been thought to bo possessid by evil spirits. She was subject to rervous prustration,headaches, dizziness,b.'chache, palpifa'inu and forty to fifry .Hj';.sniH a d.iy Thouyb having Doini tryate:! by i i-lit. physiciauB for years witlmut. suoochk, slic. was iiormauently cured by onu bottle of IJr MiU'h' Ilcsloralivo Niirvino. A. trial bottle of this new and wouderful mLdicin", ar,d a finely illustrated treatis.i free at Q W. Ma.Min'K Drug Stori':, who rt commends and gu'irantecs it. Ovtii OD pL'oply wrro ftirciiil to leave their h.nmcs ycsK-rday tn(;;ill at t.hpir druirgist's for a packag.! of L-iue's Family Alcdicinc. Il youc bloud is bad, your liver aud kid. ti^ys ar^out of order, if you are consti pated and have headache and an unsightly oomplezioD, don't fail to n�ll on any drug-gist to-day for this grano -Mnedyr The ladiea praise if. EveryoDr /ea it. Large size package 50 centii. Janlldawly ^liss Bishop will give an assembly in tbo rink December 22Qd, Stopper and Fisk orobestra. Paieots of children 25 cents admit* to both classes. All other tickets 50 cents ineludiug dancing. Ad-raits to both classes al.'jo little children 5 to 7. General Rssembly 8:30 to 12. All the young people are cordially iuvited. Tickets may be had of the children or of Miss Bishop.__NovI5P'-c22 On� TbouiaTtfl DollarR. I will forfeit the above amount if I fail to prove that Floraplexionis the best medicine iu existence for Dyspepsia, Indigestion or Billiousuess. It is a certain cure, and affords immediate relief, in cases of Kidney and Liver Complaint, Nervous Debility and Consumption. Floraplexion builds up the weak system and cures where other remedies fail. Ask your druggist for it and get well. Valuable book "Things Worth Knowing," also, sample bottle sent free; all charges prepaid. Address Franklin Hart, 88 Warren Street. New York. Sold by G. W. Mason and C. C. Schaeffle. wholesaleandretaildruggists may29dawly Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. f�hea Baby wm sick, wo e&ve h�r Costorl*. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Mlsa, the clunc to Oaftorla, Ifhcu she bad Childrec, she gETe them Caftort* Miles* Nerve amllLlver PllU, Ad important discffvery. They act on tho liver, stomacb and bowels through the nerves. A new priueiple. They speedily cure biliousuess, bad taste, torpid 1 vcr, piles and constipation. Splendid for men, women and ohildren. Smallest mildest, surest. 30 doses for 25 cents    Samples free at O. W. Mason's. Mayl9(iawly.__ To Nerv�n� I>�billt�t�d Men. If you will send uh ynur address, we will mail you our illustrated pamphlet explaining all about Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro Voltauic Belt and Appliances, and their ob^^Tuing etfoote npou the nervous debill-tateo system, anclbow they wilt quickly restore yon to vigor and manhood. Pamphlet free. If you are thns aJSiotedj we will 9cnd y !i Otis advcrtisemenl u'Uhout the cxiJTcu order �/ Haiu-hk Jt liiiOTJl-eks. Address: HABPER & BUQTHEKS, Now York HE NEW T IlSrSECTICIIDE TAR CAMPHOR For  Prol�cllitr FnriVt  Woolenn, Elc, rr�in  �olIiN antl  nil Innccf*.   It *% c^cni* ana EflTecllve.    For milo by GEO. W. MASON. T. ELLIOTT 1891. HARPER'S BAZAR. ILLUSTRATED. hna now on band the finest and most complete line of goods for Suits, Pantaloons and Overcoats In the cliy. which will be made to jFourorder in the latest slyie and moBt becoming tll. 340 East Main Street. S^LyPLASTERS "jcd by Physicians, but onIy5� ntly introduced generally. DR.GROSYE NOR'S     5 g i&psellcapsids PLASTERS.  T The best Porous Plaster madcJOb . /for all achcs.pains and weak placcsyfj t)Unlilce other plasters, so lie surccB II and get the genuine with the pic-Jp lure of a bell on the back-cloth^" ESGkosvenor& Richards, Hoston.\\y�, and thimebtf ol essay.-i satisfy all nuttv8,anH its iuttt f>:iKe U fa'.bona as abudeetuf wtiaod humor. In Its weekly Issue eviirything is molnded which in of lnter�sl to women. UnrinR is!u Akuph B. Ormnhee will write a htiph of artirlet* on'-The IfouHO U'jmiojtaljle," Juliet Contou will treat of "S;initary LwIhb:," and an IntereKtinKSaccession orpajtorM on ' Wumanin Art and Hlntory." nn-perhly illustrated, wi 1 he furniahetl by Theodore Child. The serial ctories will be by Walte Besaut and Thomas Hardy. HARPER'S PERIODICALS. Per Tear: HARPER'S BAZAR.........................fl 00 HARPER'S MAGAZINK...................4 CO HARPER'S WEEKLY.......................-J CO HARPER'S YOUiiG PEOPLE..............2 00 JPo^tage Free to all subscribers in the United Stfites, Canada and Mexico. The Volumos of the BAXXii begin witli the iirat Number for .lauuary of Hach year. When notiiueis mentioned, tubscrtptions will begin with the Nnmher curreo; at time of reoeipt of order. Bonnd Volumes of Harpku'sBazak forthree years ba-k, ih ueatoloth binding, wilt be sent by mail, postage paid, lt by exi^ress, free of expense (provided the freiL'hf duns not exceed one dollar ptr volume,) for $7 00 per vulume. Cloth Cases for e'ch rolume, sui'ahle for binding, will bo sent by mail, post-paid, ou receipt of SI 00 each. Remittances should be made by Post-Onico Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loss. JVctvspapcrs are not to copy this advertiscrnent mthout iJie arpress order of Habpkk & bkoth- Address: HARPER * BROTHERS, New York. BALLANTINE & GO.'S BEERI Manulactnrei) nt Newark, N. J.    Wiirrante Strictly Pure and the btsl lu tu,i Mirket for Medicinal Furpoi'es. rOB   SALE   BY WILLIAM A. HOSHER, DEALBK IN WINES AND LIQUORS, 219 GROVE STREEI, LOCK HAVEN, PA. /loust'-cleanin^ time comes many changes of Furniture are tiiought of. lie wmilil call your particular attention to the fine line of Siile Boards we are now shimnng, finest ice ci'er had and prices astonishingly loiv. Extension Tables and Dining Chairs! Yes, me liave a fine line. Nrcer so large a stock and nmer so cheap. Call and see us. Respectfully, NO. 9 WEST MAIN STREET, LOCK HAVEN, PA. Perkins' Keystone IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR INE DRESS GOODS Such as silk warp and all wool Henrietta Cloths, Black Silks, all wool Serges and other goods for the coming season. Also Silk Vclvet.s, in all the new and most^desirable shades. Also the right place to buy WIIMAM Sl'O BT, PA. $260, Tg be given to our patrons in pres-_ _ _ _ ents, consisting of three handsome music boxes valued at $120.00, $9000 and J550.00 respectively. For further particulars see "dodger" or call on LOYD, THE PHOTOGRAPHER. 1131^ Eut H�ln Btrcet, Lock Bann, PH. Wholesale and Retail GROCERS, DBAUBa in HU.VT Ain> run Groceries, China, Glass, Queens Wood and Willowware Also Pure Wines and Liquors. Old Stand-By Grocery 148 Mr,= :-! Street Of all grades.   We still continue the sale of the ONE DOLLAR A PAIR Blankets, both white and colored, as well as the finest grades. We are the only agents for the Demorest |9I,50 ^?P"S Machine, which is equally as good as those sold sbmet }�8ra ago for $60.00. They will do any kind of sewihg niabMne work.   Call and see .      � G. B. PERKINS. WE ARE LEADERS ffl SCHOOL Wm>. OOME-AJSTD SEE XTS. NO. 4 MAIN STREET. , THE POSITIVE CURE. Alex. Beede&Co., Wholesale Gtocei's, Corner Fonrth and WUliam Streets, WiUiamsport, Pa his Style Gents' Slippers, Velvet Fronts, 1 Will SEtiJ^ 75 CENTS PER PAIRi JACOB KAMP Wl&m. 1890  Fall and Winter.  1^1 Before going elsewhere call and see our stock of Mien's,, Y " Boys' and Children's from the cheapest to the finest. Our       ."   ;. % department cannot be excelled in the county. In Boys' cintl Children's Clothing we show you all the latest styles'at'fig^s to defy competition. Our stock of Furnishiog Goods is cJMii' plete. Heavy, Medium and Light Underwear at prices to^it everybody. We have the finest line of Hats and CaqEis''-?^r shown here.   A full line of Trunks, Satchels and Valises.    ^ Rochester ClotMng a Special^.   - Headquarters for Sweet, Orr & Co.'s Working Pants, OveriJIs and Shirts.  Warranted not to rip.   Call at ' I' SIMON Reliable We Have Received a Fresh IHYOlce of that 30c. per Poiind. GOLDEN RiO COFFEE that has been giYing unlYersal satisfactiup 4o all who have used it. Ifyou have neyer used it, begin now. Guaranteed to give satisfaction.      - HARRY E FOXl   

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