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Elder Wm. Tennison
OF 8UFKIN, IND.,
Telia of the Great Benefit Derived From
Or. Mile' Heart Our.
HEART PISEASE of lone standing Is
not easily cnro.1, but It is cuhablc
Elder Wm. Tennison writes: "I was
a filleted for tblrty-Ovc years with heart dis
ease. In tact, troubled with It nearly all my
life; I think it heredi
tary as my father was
a filleted with it- I have
Buffered great distress,
my heart palpitated to
such an extent as to
shake my whole body.
So distressing was It I
could ouly with greut-
est difflculty compose myself to sleep. About
two years ago I becan taklug Ir. Miles
Heart Cure. The first bottle gave me no
perceptible benefit, but after taklut? the
third I began to feel much relief and I con
tinued tor some months. 1 have pood rea
son to believe the cure is permaueut.
Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by ail drug
gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle
neneflu or money refunded. Book on Heart
and nerves sent free to all applicants.
DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, Ind
3d d bury & Lewistowu Division.
In effect Nov 28, 1897.
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THE LATEST FASHIONS.
Chemisettes to Be Worn with
Spring and Summer Gowns.
Black Braided ferae Haw to Trias
loir Sleeves A Dalai? Lobbc
Ibbt Wrapper Thai la Welt
Nothing is se absolutely certain in
making forecasts of coming styles as
the popularity of the chemisette. It is
THE COMINO CHEMISETTE.
seed in the tailor gown, the silk waist,
the organdie or Swiss summer dress.
' For tne present, it is made of tucked
silk, but when the weather grows
-ri ,o rv ;
A DAJNTT LOUNQINQ WRAPPER.
come out In thinner
as white organdie or
Tbe one here shown Is made of white
silk laid in tucks. Tbe stock, also, Is
tucked, but horizontally. The waist
with which it is worn is a blue plaid in
rather fine pattern, ft fastens at the
left aide with a square notch near the
top, and tbe edge is trimmed with a fine
knife-plaiting of the silk. Tbe sieves
have the same trimming at tbe waist.
A white leather belt finished the bodice
I at the waist.
Plaid silk shirt waists are among
the latest importations. They come in
the boldest of patterns and are very
stunning. lied plaid with a red sailor
hat will make a very gay-looking sum
mer girl for the beaches and board
walks, but that Is a long way ahead.
Black serge made in the manner here
indicated will make a stunning street
dress for spring. Its simplicity recom
mends it to the amateur who la
courageous enough to attempt a gown
"out of whole cloth" as well as to her
who would renew last year's dress. The
only trimming is black braid sewed on
the lower part of the scant blouse, on
the 'upper sleeves, and around tbe hips
STREET DRESS of BLACK sxrobl -
-IV In diamond patterns abont two
and a halt inches broad. . A velvet belt
knotted at the left aide has a tiny steel
i.vt.i. ei,. thelniMt
track! IB tbt center of the knot
collar, will serve for eahopplng erboafJ
nesa gown; but if dressier costume la
wanted one need only add a more elab
orate arrangement of lace and ribuua
around tbe neck, clop on a hat that
flares away from the face like the one "
in tbe picture, and one la ready for
afternoon tea, calls, carriage rides.
niutinees. or anything else that may
It must not be supposed for a mo
ment thut because sleeves have become
less voluminous they have also become
less elaborately trimmed. On the con
trary, it Is very much more trouble
to make a small sleeve than a large one.
No two arms are alike, and the pat
tern which just fits one will have to be
taken in or let out for another. They
hnve one saving grace, however. They
do not require so much material.
One method of trimming a tailor
made sleeve suggests possibilities of
economy to the thrifty soul. It is the
one on the left of the picture at the
top. Instead of being gathered around
the top there arc five darts taken in
and stitched, if this sleeve is cut from
fresh goods, five slashes should be
made in the pattern, but if it is made
from the old one, as it easily can be,
this is only another means of disposing
of too much fullness around tbe top of
A pretty sleeve for a silk or organdie
gowu has three ruffles edged with Ince
around the top and at the wrist. A vel
vet cap with lace applique looks well
on a dressy sleeve. Wide lace at the
under side of the wrist is also admissi
ble for house dresses. Shirt waists fre
quently hnve a tiny, plaited tuft just
above tbe cuff where it opens.
' One of the sweetest morning wrap
pers for summer, or even now, for wear
in one's boudoir, is made of white dotted
Swiss. Young women who wear warm
underwear need not fear to ehange to
a thin material when sitting about in
heated apartments. It stands to reason
that one does not need such heavy
clothing in a warm room as 3s required
out 6n the street in cold weather. Many
young girls wear thin organdie waists
when receiving friends in the evening,
and never experience the least discom
fort or injurious result from the
The wrapper has both daintiness and
comfort to recommend it. It has three
rows of shirring around the neck to give
the effect of a yoke, and there Is a head
ing of pink ribbon next the throat. Be
low the rows of shirring ara two
flounces of white Swiss, bound with
pink aatin ribbon, which run down the
front edges almost to the bottom, grow
ing narrower 'all the way, and finally
ending In points. The sleeves are
shirred to the elhow, where they also
are trimmed with two flounces bound
with ribbon. Tba flounces which edge
the yoke meet In a point at the back.
THE LATEST. "
Where Btaakets Orla-laate4.
In the reljrn oftdwori in. there were
at Bristol, ngian), three brothers, who
wera" emiiient clotblera ; anil, woolen
weavers and whose family name was
i Dlan(et.A .Thy were tfce firs, persona
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A LESSON ON FOROIVENESS. ;
listeraavtleaal 4ay Seketel Leaaem
(V April X4, 1888.
Based upon Petoubet's Select Kotes.
TILE LESSON. Matthtw lSl-SS. Read
OOLDEN TEXT. Forgive, and ye shaU
be fortrlven. Luke f.Sl.
TIME. Autumn of A. D. 13. After the
Feast of Tabernacles, which that year oc
curred October 1L
PLACE. Capernaum, near the 8esv of
In these latter mouths Jesus gives
many practical instructions to His
disciples, for the guidance of their fu
ture conduct. In this lesson we should
take up the whole subject of forgive
ness. Jesus spoke repeatedly upon
this duty, because it was very practical;
it wus u touchstone of the real state of
the heart; tbe demand for its practice
was very frequent; it wus a duty of al
most daily practice by Christ himself;
it was n very hard duty, contrary to the
prevailing tendency of tbe age. -
I. The Law of Forgiveness for Per
sonal Offenses. Vs. 21, 22. In the pre
vious portions of this discourse Jesus
hud referred to offenses which led oth
ers to sin, and had been teaching the
disciples what to do when othexs tres
passed against them. Theduty seemed
to lie on Peter's mind, as one difficult
to perform, and differing from the pre
vailing opinions of the day. Hence Pe
ter asked the question that follows, in
order to gain more light. "How oft
shall my brother sin against me, and I
forgive him?' He foresees that his
brother'would probably repeat his of
fense. In answer Jesus enunciates the
principle that always and under all cir
cumstances we must have a forgiving
heart, whatever the offense against us,
or the attitude of the offender; never
the spirit of hate, or revenge, or retali
ation. "I say .not unto thee, until
seven times; but, until seventy timet
seven." It is a symbolical expression
for never-ending forgiveness. .
II. An Illustration. Vs. 23-34. Jesus
proceeds to enforce this principle by a
parable In three scenes. The picture Is
drawn from on oriental court. The
provincial governors, farmers of taxes
and other high officials are summoned
before a despotic sovereign to give an
account of their administration. '
' One waa brought before the king who
owed him 10,000 talents. , This is esti
mated to be worth $19,000,000 or $20,000,
000 if weighed by Hebrew talents; a
Creek talent was about half the weight
of a Hebrew talent. In either case it
was a aum Impossible to pay. 66 his
lord commanded him to be sold, and his
wife, and children, and all that he had,
and payment to be made. It is still
common in oriental countries to inflict
all this upon a man of the highest sta
tion. "The servant therefore fell down
and worshiped him, saying: Lord, have
patience with me and I will pay thee
all. Then the lord of that servant waa
moved with compassion and loosed
him, and forgave him the debt." There
waa ne other way of deliverance.
The immense debt of this guilty offi
cer represents the , magnitude of the
debt which the sinner' owes to God, and
the hopelessness of ever paying It. Sine
are compared to debts, because they
represent all that duty and love which
we owe to God, but have never by our
lives paid; all that in which we have
come short of the glory of God. All
this unmeasured debt of stn God freely
forgives for the sake of Jesus, His Son.
ne forgives in such a way as to take
away both the sin and the penalty of
sin. Some of the consequences of sin
are not immediately taken away, be
cause they ore needful for the taking
away of the sin itself. But the penalty
and tbe worst coAatequence of sin are
taken away immediately by forgive
ness Ae separation and alienation of
the soul from God.
Scene Second. Then this same serv
ant went out and found a fellow servant
who owed bim 100 pence. The silver
penny was about the same as a de
narius, and 100 of them were worth $16
or $17, about one millionth part of the
debt the unmerciful servant owed the
king. And be took him by the throat,
saying: Pay me that thou owest. "And
his fellow servant fell down at his feet,
and besought him, saying: Have pa
tience with me, and I will pay thee all.
And he would not, but went and cast
him into prison, till he should pay the
debt." The man who is most sinful
toward God is apt to be the hardest in
deal! no- with those who sin against him
self.' I Scene Third. The other servants
felt great pity for the unfortunate man,
land told unto their lord all that waa
' done. They were sure he would listen,
'ainee he ted been so compassionate
i toward the first debtor. "Then his lord,
after that he had called him, said unto
him: O thou wicked servant, I forgave
Ithee all that debt, because thou de-
' siredst me: Shouldest not thou also
have had compassion on thy fellow
servant, even as I had pity on thee?
And his lord was wroth, and delivered
him to the tormentors, till he should
pay all that was due unto bim." His
heart must have been very hardund
cruel. The mercy of his king could not
soften it. lie had sought forgiveness
from fear of loss, not because he was
sorry for his wrongdoing. The suffer
ings of others did not move him.
Then Christ adds the moral : "So like
wise shall my Heavenly Father do also
unto you, If ye from your hearts for
give not everyone his brother their tres
passes. And our forgiveness is not to
be merely in form and words, but from
sincere love, with true forgiveness. ,
; QUESTIONS FOR ANSWERS, , .
L What was the principle laid down hy
Christ retarding forgiveness?
1 How did He Illustrate this truth?
S. How great was the debt ths king (tor
gave hli aervamtT . ,, ,
' I. What was the debt owed to this servant'
by a feiipw-servant? , ,', ",
, I. Describe,' the (tlfferenoe Jn the .conduct
ef the twp ereditors? " ; , '.
(.' How is this Brims thing-often seen in
H"' or rhaft' with Qod and with
!to fsileiMaaaT wii r,y I J. . .
' What was the last punishment of the
snjuat and wlokad servant T
1 What la true forgiveness
through the winter? If so, we
are sure k quieted your cough,
healed the rawness in your
throat, increased your weight,
gave you more color, and made
you feel better in every way.
But perhaps your cough has
come back again, or you are get
ting a little thin and pale.
Then, why not continue the
same helpful remedy right
through the summer? It will do
you as much good as when the
weather is cold.
Its persistent use will certainly
give you a better appetite and a
It will cure your
weak throat and heal
your inflamed lungs.
It will cure every case
of consumption, when
a cure is possible.
Don't be persuaded
to take something they say is just
All Drninriiita, jnc. and ti.
SCOTT & Uuwnc, Chemieta, N. V.
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I have bouifhr from A. H. Warner a dark
brown Ik.ik- nod bug-gy, and . I hereby five
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same. , . c. A. Gordox, Perry twp.
I have bought from 8. a. Warner a ton duett
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. Oro88grove, Pa.
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lae uruuN jviinisu tor which
this lauudry is famous speaks plainly
of painstaking care in every - detail.
Collars and cuffsironed with smooth
Ivory-like Edges. m . .
Prices the Lwest
WeIead ; others follow.
Lace Curtains a Specialty.
G. A. (Jutelius, '-Ag't,
. Middlcburg, Pa.
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It is' a new dlgcvery
Guaranteed to last longer
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Tor particulars call on or address
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A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Let
J te r s of Administration .1 n I b e
enate oi .vre. caran neuier late or ucntr twp
Snyder oonntr. Pa., deo'd, Bavin been granted
to the Biidereiicaed, all pereena knowing then
selves iBdeMeil to 6elil eatata are reqneated to
make Immediate payment, while those havlng
elalma will present then duly authenticated to
WILLIAM BKNFEh '
Apr. 18, lfMS. : Adm'r.
!""" A Case- Where It Diet.
, TTasklna Do you place' any faith In
tbe absurd Idea tnatithe giving, oi a
knife to a person severs friendship?
' Perkins I used to scoff at It, but I
don't any more. I gave a' knife to a
small boy for his birthday, and when
he got through carving an $800 piano
With it his parents cut me dead. N. Y.
flewsaat the Last.
-1 rirst' Passenger (irrttably) -Where
Jtrejroui'eyesT ' " '
, I CelUo Passenger (pleasantly) In me
-i I first Passenger (warming up) Wall,
fcanH rou see ingr feet? . '
f CeHio Passenger (mora pleasantly)
;o; ye have atoea on. Tlt-Elte.
M. Li. MILLER, - . Prop'r
I kep constantly on hand and mas.
afacture to order all kinds of .
Marble and Omniu
iiiests ki Miss!
none Cleaned and Eepalrei
LOW PRICES I LOW PRICES
I have one of the best Marble Cuu
ters in tbe State and consequent,
turu out Kood work. 7
iSTf J,nd 8eeujy ork Aprleei
inankrul for past favors 1 moxt r.
prutfully nsk n eontinnanre of sain.
M. L. MILLEB
eJu&tice of the Peace
M. 2. STEININGER x
Middlcburgh, Pi i
F. E. BOWER. K. R. PAWI,g
BOWER & PAWLING,
Offlces In Hank Bulldlnit. Miual&lluTtll Pi I
JA8. O. CROU8E,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MlDDLKRIi Rft pi
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vui aujr mri ui lue wuria.
' SILINSCSOYl, PA.
All professional business iatrilstad to my oal
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WEST PERRY HOTEL,
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In the Estate of John ) la the Orphans' Court
H, Liionienwsiter, ibis oi nnyaer uouuiy ,
ot Centre township, ) Pennsylvania,
anyder CO., Pa., dee d.
. The undersigned auditor, appointed by tb
Orphan's Court ot Snyder County,' Pennsylvania,
to distribute the funds In tba hands ol F. B.
Bollg and .C. It Showers, administrators of said
decedent, to and among those . entitled to tti
same, will attend to the dutlo of his appoint
ment' tt the (nice, of Jacob , Gilbert, lathe
Borough ot Mlddleburg, Bnyder county, Penn
sylvania, on Tuesday, tbe 3rd day ot May, 181.
t o'clock A. M... when and Whore all parties
lnterestea are requested w present tneir cuuma
Deiore tne undersigned, or do rorever. aner oa-
barred from oomlnir In upon said funds. .
' , , K.K. Pa wijso, Auditor,
' Beaetr la.leeat Deep. "
Clrn' hlood vnesns a. elean 'sVln." N
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Cascareta, beauty for ten cents. All drug
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