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fanning sensation when walking-," writes
irnr childresa, Ksq.. of Sanueel, Sullivan
to Tentl. "Could not walk am distance;
alwav fell bad after eating; felt aa though
aauc'thiiig was sticking in anyithroat, al
virva uneasiiieaa in atomnck. .Iioctored
with three phyaiciane but they-riid not
rro'fTe me. I crew worse anil used
rvcrvthing I could think of; waa nearly
realvto give tip and then Kane one told
me that IT. 1'ierce'a medicine waa good,
' . , hi. r-.nllnii M..I....I
1 - .. 1 1 .ri i and ti . . ml I V. .
pisenvevy.' 1 have taken seven bottle of
that now ana am aa sioui ma ever, unci cn
ioving health aa much aa ever 'before. I
;,rv.l nil slimmer and thin winter aa
much as anv one. My caae we liver dia-
eascanu nervous dysepBia of which your
medicine h.ia cured me. In September
iS-y- my weight waa about 05 punda, now
ixj',. Flcaae accept my ewone.thaulta.''
lu etlect May 25, WU2.
rnTwaJU. I statioms. I eastward-
Id H. rlcllnagrove Junction
111 ir fcellnegrove
10 ' K reamer
'111 ail Mciacr
it 60 Heaver Hpiing
llOt JUuba Mill!
11 09 McClure
ill 17! Wagrer
III 21 1 Hhinele
111 M Fainterville
111 40 Lewlatown
11 tf Iavtstown (Main Street.
il!4i lUeeaietown Junction.
AM P M
aoi 4 so
IM 4 2T
47 4 'JO
8 4(1 j 4 la
84 4 07
' 8 7
' sav Hi
s -tSsW, S 3g
J-M; a 24
i"f43 S Is
30, 8 0g
Train leaves Sunbury 6 30 o to, ar
rives at SeliDBgrove 6 45 p m
Leaves SeliMgrove 6:00 p. nx, arrives
at Sunbury 6:i5 p. m.
(Vains teavefLowinvOwn JunotioD :
40 a m, 10 M a m, C 10 p m,130p na 4 3Tb av ,T OTP
m, 42 p aa, IS St-a m (or Altoona, PlUaksanx and
IWINUUisurosui' HPiiiiBnuni wis ',
1 44, 1 81. 4 SS.SM pan For Philadelphia aad iew
'.VwkK4tV4aim,10 llJ4Wan4 Ull p
n rot Harrtaberg IDil
Philadelta A Erit R R Drritfcav
, . .TCRTHBSJr rEVTR AL KAILW1V
Train leave fielltugrove Junction dsHr or
Suubury and Weal.
1 25 a m, U H p m, B p m.-8unday as,
41 p m.
Trains leave Pa ataxy daky eieept Sunday:
12 27 a m lor Buffau,l M a b lor Erie and Oanv
"l'o'a m for BellefbiOa Erie and Uanendalirua
H 12 a m lor lock Haven, Tyrone and the West.
12 4H p m for Buffalo. Ill p m (or Bellefante
Kane Tyrone and OanaDdaJif ua
5 lop m lur kenovoasd Uiutra
46 p m lor Wllllaouipaart
Sunday 12 a? a m (or BtcTalo via En porlum,
1 U a m lor Erie. S 10 a in iw Erit and Canan
daitcua fWpui for W li
42am for Lock Haven and
M5m, 9 K a m 2 00 and 5 m lor Wilkas
harre and Hazelton
6 o a in, 10 10 am, HAS p m, tap m lor Slmnio
kin and Muunt Curmel
Mitvluy nun lor Wllkebarre
EAST W A UD.
Train!" leave Sollncgrove Junction
1(1 00 a in, dully amvltiK at rMiilnlriilil.i
SKpm New York 6 53 p tu Baltluiuro a 11 ) ui
H.'liliuctjii41v p m
Mto p ui dully nrnvltir; at Philadelphia
ID 'Ji p in New York 8 M a ui, Hultiuiuro 9 V, p in
WiialiliiKtoU 111 .'it p til-
8 4pui, uftlly arrlvlim nt Philadelphia
4 2.1a ui, New York 713 a m, liultlntore 2 JU a in
Waabiueton 4 05 e IE
'I ralna also leave Sunhury :
tMm dally arrlvniK at Philitdeldhla S !A a tn
Btiltimore 7 iU a in Washington 830 aui New
York 33 a in Weekdays, 10 Ui a in Sundays,
8 24 i tn dally nrnvluif at Philadelphia 723
a ru, New York 33 a ra, 10 3N Huiulnyti Ualtl
mcte 1 20 a m, W.sliinKion 830 a m. Uultluiore
12 ;opn WbhIiI n;ton 1 1ft p in.
7 6H a in week da8 arrivlnk at Plilliidclphla
11 4S a in, New York 13 p in, JJultluioro 12 10 p
m, S'uhIiIiikIoii 1 15 p in
lit pu. week daya arriving at PhlladeipV'a
8 23 p ni, . w York U 30 p in, Baltimore 8 Ou p in
Washlngtol T 15 p m
8 44 p m dnilv. arriving at Philadelphia 7 8-.' p m
New York 10 23 p in, Bulllmore 7 30 p in, Wubu
lni'tnn 8 J5 p in
Tralni also le.ive Sunbury at 9 SO a m and 20
and 8 81 p in, tor HurrlaburK, Philadelphia and
I . K. WOOD. Gen'l Paaa Agent
..B. IIUTL'lJINSON Uen'l Alanaa-er.
prodneee the above reanlU ln'30 daya. ItK4i
mwertnll and quickly. Cure when all otbera tall
tonne man will retain their loet manhood, and old
men will recover their youthful vigor by ualng
BE VIVO. It quickly aad aurely reatorea Narvono
Beat, Loet Vitality, Impotency. Mlgbtly Krolaalooa,
Loet Power, Failing Uuaiorr, Waallng riaeaeee.and
all effacta of eolf-abuao or eneeiand IndiecreUon,
hlch nnata one f or etndy, bualneee or narrla4re. It
not only enrea by alerting at the aeat of dleeaae. bul
la a great nerve t nolo and blood builder, bring,
log back lb pink glow to pale cheek and re
coring lb Are of yoath. It wardi off Insanity
and Osotnmptloa. Inalat en having BEVI VO, ne
other. It can be carried in veal pocket. By mail
UX) per package, or ail tor B.OO, with m poel
live written guarantee to cure or reload
ahoaaooey. Circular tree. Addraai
Roysl Medicine Ca, 12
For aaJe in Middleburqh, Pa., 'by
MIDDBLEUR011 DRLG CO.
It It never entirely sttfo to criticise
a man for talking; too much. Almost
everybody talks toomucliataome time
Lnut your 438,880 immigrant! landed
t New York. The number this year
bids fulr to be over 800,000.
THE SUUDAT SCHOOL.
Leaeoa In Ike lateraatloasal Series
for Juae XX tIMIJ Triaprraac
THE X.EBSOX TEXT.
On-an,n.unrlh,r.. I,,'. . Inn, nw m
tnoth.r: fur he that lovth another halh
:nlHlied the law.
t. For this. Thou hait not commit asCu'.
tery. Thou lOialt r.ot kill. Thou i-iiali j;ot
teal. Thou slialt r.ot bear taise wiictso.
Thou shult cot covit; ur.d If tin-re be ai.y
Ither commandmt nt. It Is briiMy cuBipr-kendt-d
In thU ayln. namely. Thou auit.t
love thy Bi-lchbur as thj'x kf.
lu. l.ovi- worktth no ill to hla cclKhbnr:
'.lu-refore love is the fullilliiig of the law.
11. And that, knowing the time, thut row
It la high time to awukv out of eleep: for
now Is our aiilvutlon nearer than vbiai we
li Tlie Slight li" far apent, the alar Is at
hand: Jet ua therefore cu!t off the work
of darkixwc, and lit us put on the armor
13. Irt un walk honrftly, as latwi,1uy;
r.ot In Hotlr.g and drunki nnem, not In
chambering and w,ii;tunni's, not lo-t-trife
14. Hut put ye on the Ird Jewnafhrist.
nr.d make not provision for the flitrti, to
lultill the lusls thei-of.
;II.I)L:N I i: l .l.r4 n thet-rfnre
enat ntt the wtirka of ilnrkneaa, ami
let aa put nn the armiia of llit'lit.
Knm. 1 .t 1 1
evl'TI.TXK OP RCmrTt'RAI SF.CTION.
The law fultlllrd Hm. 13:S-lrt
This way towalk Ib.an. :11
T1MK.-A. 11. M.
Ni ITKS AND POMMKNTS.
The 'I'eople .ddreed. J'ttufs Kpis
tle Ion he liomnns is his mofvt a-lalio-rale
work. It is n thorotirh fx-ftiti-r
forth oT fhe Christian religion, ns lie
understood it. nrranped in the orclerof
ex peril-nee. It hej-ins with n iTisctiK
sion of the ways in wliiehCod reveil
himself 'hraugh nature and tlirouffh
the law. I'.iil nl men have sinned and
need reileiuptinn through fa'ith in
Christ. Such faith lends to pence, to
freedrnn from the law and from nond
njrp to srn. It is God's pift to mem, and
those -who believe have cause i he
(rrateful that they have been leil liy
(!od to lielieve, thronph the rjxilien
word which the nostles preach. Taul
had Tif-ver seen most of Ihe people to
whom lie -was writine, thouph cliap
ter If! shows that he hod a pood many
friends in Koine. The church in
Rome wan made tip partly of
Jews, and partly of Gentiles. It
prohaWy was quite larpe, hav'rnp
different nsyemblinp places, Vml lie'inp
really one hi administration. There
were prent dirTercnce of opinion, limv
ever, both in doctrine and in practice,
and Paul wrote in the hope of making
these Tiffercnces less. Our Ieon 'it,
from fhe section on practical dnt'ies,
w-ihich Incltides-chapters 12-15., The Vir
tues on whk'h Paul dwells are sin
cerity, kindness, honesty, purity and
brotherly love, and the manifestation
of them which lie advises are those
which indicate forpetfulnesg of e1f
and mindfulness of God and our fol
low men. ,
The Lair Summarized. The chapter
opens with an exhortation to loj-al
citizenship, m the course of whleh Paul
bid Christians pay their taxes (v. 6,
7, as well'as render Teverence to those
wiho, ' under flod, bold power. The
word "dues, which lie uses in this, ex
hortation, is the same in oripin as the
word "owe, with which the lesson be
pins, and the openlnp Injnnotion is in
serted, beenwe of that association.
The command is, of coura-e, not apainst
business debts, without which multi
tudes of people could not live, but is
apainst the too prevalent habit of liv
inp beyond one's means avid contract
5np bills with no definite prospect of
beinp able to pay them when due.
There is one debt, how ever, which can
never be paid. That is the debt of
love. The, obllpation of love is the
s-iiTie as the obligation of law, and the
fulfillment of one of these oblipations
i the fulfill men t of the other. Tlie
proof of that statement Is piven clear
ly and convineinply in verses 0, 10. Xo
law can be mentioned which will not
be fulfilled if a man remembers the
command to love his neighbor as him
self. The Way to Walk. "And this" re
fers back to all the injunctions of
chapters 10, in. Some words, like
"you oupht to do," iu to be under
stood. In other words, what follows
is a reason for nctinp in the manner
just described. That reason may he
summarized by some such phrase n
"the urpency of life." Salvation, by
which PunI means complete deliver
since out of the darkness and sin of
the world, is likened to the dawn of
day. Tn this full sense, snlvntion Is at
tained only in the future life. It lie
pins but is not finis.hed here. In or
der that we may be ready for the np
pronrhinp morninp of Heaven, we
must awake out of the sleep of sin.
It Is not enouph to be awake in the,
morninp; one must dress before he Is
really ready for the day. So thecloth
Inp of unworthy and careless conduct
must be put off and "the armor of
lipht" must he put on. That phrase
siippesjt a manner of livlnp whk'h is
not only worthy of the day, but help
ful in doing the day's work and over
cominp the day's difficulties. The third
step, when one is awake and dressed.
Is to go out into the day in such wise
ns to appear worthy of the lipht. Jlev
clinp and drunkenness nnd impurity
nnd strife belong only to the niphtthat
has paused away (verse 14), sums up
the whole injunction. The suitable
pnrb for the day is the Lord Christ's
pruce and plory.
Love is tlie only debt that the law of
God allows to stand.
God permits the debt to stand only
because, in the nnture of the case, it
cannot be fully discharged.
Love is the easy way of fulfilling the
law; the hard way is to observe its pre
cepts without it.
Those who love their neighbors will
work them no injury, but, instead, will
seek their good.
liiQ ian vt w w w si a uw auuj nun
every occupation or habit which in-
Jures any one else. ' .....
The law of love will do away with
j . One of the suit brought apdsafl
lie Kew York Central railroad for'
" Le..i T.!'ti s resalt
i ivg from the tun-
of Hanae Life. ... , - ...
ut'l colliKion of the
5ust winter lion just bt-t-n coarltiile-i
n the i-otirt of tlie fit intitiuw'e,
'"r-v prantine; a widow $(M),01W tlani-
4t;e fir the neuth of l:er hlanil.
llii.s is an tMtt:sr:iI unit to he allotveJ
tv K-jpil irocesss for the Ins of a
Oiiimi.i life. Oj'.I'.iiiirily the limit c f
t"),0.)u !h fi,eil. notv.itliRtanclinfr 'the
ilipnrent ilisorfjiaiicy if (rrautiaj;
3 i'lit-r aiiniM tu inaiineil xtirvivora of
ici'iilentsi. la this onse the pluintiff
ivns left with children and based
Ter claim tiie.u the fact that her hu
baiul had previously sttpiMirted her
Jll,l ihein anil tluil the rnilriuid ctim-
i-any sliould rrilncc him in a fioum'iiil
I'lisc. At $iiu.oiH, invested at i mr
.ent., tlie family iiu'ume would Ihj
f:!.oiin, prnlialily coiupa ruble with tin
farninrs of tlw head of the family to
life. On the other, hand, $j,0TH) sim
ilarly invt-steU would brlnir in only
r'i'O, palpalily nil insnflicient sulKti-
lute for the sen ices of the support er
nf the family. If the damupes for
lives ilcsirov'l in u-iMcutK of this
sort a'.'c to lr? adjusted on the basis
of the needs .f the family it ie evl
Ji'tit, observe the Washington Star,
that the .New York case has been put
i' jion the proper plane. Of conrwe,
I here would oon come a point in
t 'is computation so hih as to lie ab
solutely prohibitive. The killing of
mult i-milliiiaire in a disaster could
lot he thus compensated for by tn
railroad corporation without invol
np bankruptcy. The law would aev
fr tolerate such n limitless e(eashT
if the scale. A moderate balance
ictwceiithe turn extremes of eotnpen
uition, that which grants the deprnd
.'nt families at slain victi.-is only a
luminal stun hi damages, and that
rthichmathemiW.icu.lIy scales the dam
ipes to the inrme-enrning capacity
)f the victim, should be possible of
ittninment. Certainly there ia mora
; round for a vendict such as that just
found In New York than for the dia
rrimination whirJi gives $20,000 to a
.nan who has lat a leg, the absence
it which does tyat prevent him front
earning bis usual income, and only
13,000 to the widow who is left desti
tute through the failure of the cor
poration to jtrenide sufficiently
A newspaper writer of Cleveland has
discovered in a povernment cro
tMalletin what he
regards as the trae
rcAsua for the pre
All Dae to
eminence of the song of Ohio in the af
faire of the nation. It aeems that Obis)
leads the states of the union in the
extent of its onion industry, both as to'
acreage and actual crop. The careless
observer might pass thk fact by as of
no prvat importance, but sot so the
newspaper writer of Cleveland. He
points out that this is a vindication
both of Ohio and of the onion, placing
the fuiue of each upon a securer basis.
The method of reasoning is exquisite.
It bus long been held thut the onion
possesses extraordinary qualities.
Kverybody knows that. It has been
alleged to be good for the blood, good
for the digestion; in short, a sort of
natural curative and restorer. These
ore no longer allegations, hypotheses.
They are demonstrated by the product
of the onion, viz.; the heuHliy son of
Ohio. This is otic hide of the ar
gument. Here is the other side. It
lias long been maintained that the
Ohio native represented the best of
self-reliant Americanism. Hitherto
there has been nothing tn prove this,
except his ability to get olliee and hold
it. !ut now it is established. Of
course, he is all lie claims to lie, lor
is he not the greatest producer, und,
presumably, con. inner, of onions in
"lirevity is the soul of wit," nnd of
everything else, too, in these days, es
pecially in the newspaper line. A be
ginner in newspaper work in n south
ern town who occasionally "eent sttitf"
to one of tlie New York dailies picked
up last summer what seemed to him
a "big story." Hurrying to the tele
graph olliee he "queried" the tele
graph editor: "Column story on so
und so. Shall I send'.'" The reply was
brief and prompt, but to the enthusi
ast unsatisfactory. "Send GOO word,"
wns all it said. "Can't be told in less
than 1,2110," he wired hack. Iiefdre
long the reply ennic: "Story of crea
tion of world told in 000. Try it." 1
The president of a widely-known
corporation says that small econo
mies are as necessary to-day as they
ever were, but they must be scientific
economies. "The days of saving
wrapping twine are gone; the time
is here for seeing that not a penny
weight more iron than is necessary
should go out in slag." !
A bunko steerer who once had a
fortune of $700,000 died in a poor
house the other day. At some tune
in his life, says the Chicago Kecdrd
llerald, he must have tackled the
It is not quite clenr why' several
ncres of ground should be set nsjide
for the aerial race course at
Louis. The common impression
tha. itirshi races take place ,in ths
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GRAVEL AND K!DNEY
Georpre L. Smtrti, foreman of the Hoi
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If yon suffer from kidney, liver or
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isngiit s ti:s
ma or any
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i . n . it i; i
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I edy is sold ly nil druggists at $1 x)a
xittle or o bottles lur j.i.vu loss man
one cent a dose. -
Dr. David Keaavd;'Gordra Drops Instant relict
earalgle, Hheainatliei. Bralae, Buret. aC, yx.
(are of JOiecp In Winter.
The lust quality of wool cannot be
grown on sheep that are alternatrly
highly fed und half starved and frozen.
One of the principal essentials in grow
ing the finest noolis regularity of con-
diti'v.. 1 his uill give uneven, healthy
grow th of wool, without break or Haw,
and which gie the best results in
manufacture with the least waste.,
Whenever a shwp is allowed to get out
of coudition and then is fed up again,!
there will be a weak place in the filler '
at the point w here the poor condition i
end and improvement begins. Ial
manufacturing, the wool of ten breaks
at this point, causing more or less
atasir. j uia swa piece ia very casuv
detected bv 'trying the Strength of a
lock of wool from several fleeces. Care Er jut's Disease sad other Kidney Diseases, Rheumatism, Conjumption, TTeak
should be taken to keep the sheep, es- tii3ii f Women, Lost Manhood, Bladder Diseases, Piles, Constipation, Blood Dis
pecially during the winter, in suni-, CtUrrh. Dyspepsia, Diabetes, Epilepsy, Heart Diss-w Injomi lUver DUeasa,
formly thrifty oondition.-SU Louis Ke- j,, D.blUtJi &oiAtieh Aithma, Bilioasness and General Ability, -nd all other
e IC - ! i4if,i,lili-n M.nlt fmfw jmnrnnarliviavar lesnnrajiea or nae-teetaf thalanraaf nainm.
Treevtaaeai few Stavgnean.
. ( Tkis trouble ia caused by a dersogec
slate of the nervous ej-stem, the result !
of something the horse has eaten. Mix!
an ounce of aloes, half an ounce gin-
ger and half an ounce bicarbonate of
sods; dissolve in half a pint of ho';
water, lhen add half a pint of cold 3
ter and give al one c:oe. Aftr t!ri
pnysic operates, mix lour ounces
phate of iron, four 1 u: i.ti ra
potaasiiirrTnnd two oiinci tux vctti .
divide into W4 dusts i.tMl : iie c.hr 1 .:i r
a day in bran n : ii 1 .-'are
Heptal the above if
Thef ivecent packet is enough for an ordin
Sry occasion. The family bottle, Sixty cents,
contains a supply for a year.
TROUGHS ICR SHEEP.
How t Pat Old Eave Treegh to
Good t ee Wltkowt Golnar to m
Cent of Eipeaae,
Old eave tronphs may be eesi:.v made
into feeding troughs for sheep in (lie
manner shown in the illustration.
SIMI'l.K KKK1 TUOl tJHS.
There j M-arcely a fartm-r who lia
st vera", trillion, rotting aa,n luiiii.;!
sotiie of his buildings, each of hich
might lie put to good use v i: h mi ' tin
minutes' work. Harry Kllu.t. in
Uratige .Ituld Farmer.
The Tall of the llorac.
To cause hair to grow in III,- tail i!
a horse moisten tin- tail with ii ;. . ...
din! in M day shampoo it out weii w i : 1,
hot water, soap and sa' soda, and a ft
erwun! moisteu il w c!'. w it h otu- (!: .. n.
of bichloride of mercury and formal
dt hyie and one quart of water. I la
mcrcim should In- i'.whuiI in u'c
rOTJCAN HE CURED by our combined
m lac sgoe CNJw.n
wnen You Do Die, Die of Old Ae.
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tamed bv aU who. under our direction,
a H-t ( q"estiona from wh.eb your case
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Lawn Swlnts sad Settees. Hammock
Chairs, Camp Chairs and Stools,
Ironlnr Tables, Wash benches, Etc
Agents easily make
$5 to S10 Per Day.
Will furnish samples at re-i
duced prices to those desiring
agency. Exclusive territory
Clearfield Wooden-Ware Co.,
movement - cure, hydropathy and Internal treat-
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