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wttT T TXTfON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY; : FEBRUARY 27, 1881
llcligious Heading. CLIMBING FOB REST. Will most I climb, if I would rest: Tho binl soars upward to Ills nest: The younif loaf on the true-top high ' , Cradles Useli: within the sky. ' The stream, that seem to hnsten down, Itenirn 111 elomls, tho hills to erowni Tho phint arises from her loot. To rock alert her Uowor anil truit. :. enn not In the vn'ley stay: H lie irreat horizons Mreteli awny! The very clill'R ttint wall me round Ma ladders unto higher ground. To work to ret for ech a timo: 1 toll, but I must bIbo elliuh. What soul was ever ulto at ense bhut In by earthly boundaries? I am not Rind till I bavo known Lite that can lift me from my own : A loftier level must ! won, A uilKhtlor strontctli to lean upon. And HeBvcn draws near as I ascend: ', The nrcese Invltcw. the star befriend, ' All things ureboekonlnif to the llesi; 1 olhnb to tnoe, my uou, iur rem. Imcv Lannm, in Cotlavt Hearth, STRUGGLE OS. No (linn can go back of his jaw," is a Slav proverb signifying that no man can conquer inherited qualities. How fur transmitted traiU creep tice must punish sin, and who yet .loves us with an ovornowing iovu, mm uj w moht marvelous sacrifice rcdocms us from sin and gives us eternal lifo. Moses stood far above tho world's con ception when he made the revelation of The Lord, the Lord God, merciful and gracious, long-suffering and abundant in goodness and tmtli, keeping mercy for thousands, forgiving Iniquity, trans gression and bin, and that will by no .1... - tl.n cniiltv." The niessaj'o Ill.-j.llf. V, IV. ..I ...... j nt ckrlit u tho nulv Uosnel the world has ever hearil: "lion so iovuu mo world that Ilo gave His only-begotten bolleveth in Him should not perish . but have eternal lifo " Tliia ill nil tl meets the need of man. and it meets it perfectly. With out one higher than ourselves, 0110 purer and in every way better, one who is infinitely above our highest Weal, we would sink to lower depths. Y ithout a righteousness aecoptablo to the in- linitely just and holy ono we wouiu nnrlali in mir HI11S. Without the rev-- olation of tho love of God, a love ir,r,!fn in its irreatnnss and tenderness, in its resources and its power, we could .it. Knur thfl heart before Him. With out the quickening power of His Spirit wa nnnlil nor. no raiHUU 1UIU uu? uvt .i ntAi nal life. But with this love ro- vealod to us in the Son of God wo aro Our Young Readers. BAI)CHILLVN." ' My numer's almost, tra.y, ilorclililun Issoha-I, An' my drate bid ?:ss..r Da ajr iouamaiohi'rdicttulsad, Ho so says. ''AndDalsyisannrfnldlrl: . "lor nloi nuw f rook she lorod, An' tausB she hal her hair to curl Why she-why alio Just roared . Yoitorduy. ' When babv cwyod. an' muwtcr said; (loan' wreck ylltlot lair, Bho put tru.ns In his tNU.lo spread. An' cliow-duiii lu bis hair 'ioit.er day. " What'yo slut one time she did? Why ruiined away from me, Ehe went and runned away an hid, 1 dldn t know where sho bi ' T'JuUlu't lino her. '' Des I'se sometfmos nnrful, too Ofloiirsolls. I ""; . But what's a ymlo dlr lo do Whop sho don't wort or sow Tauso sho tarntr She's dot to try! tie tros, too, When "he's so small in me; That's all the way she has to do When she's tlnd-don't you seor . Tourse you do. - When l'se woally dood Bnd nioo ThrotiKh all the drate innir day, Papa tells mo 'a pearl of price, An' imiM.er'i dlud to say : ' fjho was dood. flood Cir. after nil. H..w mean in him!" sain lorn. "I am not sure of that; there are (lo- feats, unit detents. Self ami &aun ue fented means victory for truth and hon or." vurwa.ru. A. VICTORY OYER SELF. TTnni .Tnn Harkcr was a modest man, I He novcr boasted that ho had been a l.orn in more tlian ono navai cuuuiui,, A Mcnning. "v" ------ : , i l I yeaiou aj tia ill hid oiuwi - throuirh a family was shown by an odd , ,,, -j bv Hi8 Spirit aro incident which is stated to have oocured . t(J ft ,ifo tlmt can not die be- during the Prirce of Wales' visit to In- M ,g th() l;fo Ood iveg to u8. dia. Among the guard drawn up to re- it j, near the close o7 the Scriptures celve him in Calcutta, was a soldier the declaration j8 made: "God is rvhn hnra an stftrtlinff a likeness to tne , ., . .iu i - 4l.nn nnnnuncod " " w " - r ... i i. : i love. jxini ib o uw, " i iiiuu iu nt"'w : , -. , Prinon himself that the curiosity of his j,..i. w ) n. nmm na- ud .i,,.r, ha vialtml his sister Mary, she attendants was exoited as to who he o( all that had been revealed from the Bai(i her boy kept the air blue witn can could be. It appeared, on inquiry, that b innin o tho world. Immediately non.smoke. They made him tell storios hiith thn aoldier and his father had been , n,, . rnvelation of ..(u t iut hn fannied thev wore think- - .. . I H. I lA'l L, I1D 1 Hiwiw ' - I II LI 1 11 tw " . . ... mercy. The covenant with Noah was ln(, qujt4, much of glory, and too iic- one of grace, iue covenani mm u.- Uo 0 principle bam was in love, juosos was u mlaalnn nf mnrcv and covenant Rrace. j ... m i IrOtl in Ilia torn in India. His grandfather was a Hanoverian meelinnio, who claimed and boasted of a distant connection with George II. Yet in this, his descendant, born and trained in tho climatic iniiU' encesof Asia, peculiarities nnd of manner of tho heir npparc the British throne were roprouueeu m closely as if they had been twins. ai- th(j comin r "ol n,ri8t this love reached " Mistress Mary. onlto contrary! How does your pardon irrow Silver bolls and cockle .shells . .. i Alll'iarow." Most of n children, l'ttlo and big, have recited this verso; but compara tively few know there is a meaning at tached to tlio hist two lines. At the timo when this rliyme wns made there wero rcallv "silver nous ami cocmu shells." anil In rows, too, though not growiii'; In gardens. 111 11100 11UVH- oimiu liU'JU-i. yeari ago mure w i."""-"' Ladies traveled and vinited on horse back; sometimes riding on a Kauuio or pillion beliinil a genueman or inii servant, and sometimes managing tlu ir own horses, with tho gentleman riding alongside, or the groom following be hind. The equipments or trappings of these horses were, very rich and costly. Generally, the cloth which half covered them, and on which the lady rode, would be of finest woolen or silken material, handsomely embroidered. On grand occasions, or wlicu the lady was verv wealthy or noble, crimson velvet or tloth-of-gold would bo used, edged with gold Hinges nnd sprinkled with small pearls, called seed-pearls. The ...,i,ii..q ami Ill-idles wero even more richly decorated, being often set with lowcls or gold and silver ornaments, called "goldsmith's work." One fash ion, vory popular In tho times of Henry tho Seventli and Henry tho Kighth. of vin.i wai to havo the bridle stiiTldod with a row of tiny silver cockle its eiiiro lunir wiin nuio Influence of the Soli on Health. The influence ol'llie soil upon the health of those living upon it, is brought out very pluinly during the pievuleiice of epidemic iiisi-aauH. ;.'llial nmliii'iul diseases (like intermittent levers) oiii;inatetVoni tho soil, is already accepted; and recent investiga- tioua blioW prtliy Coui'iuMvciy uiw uiv gorins ot Clioieru, Auuuummi lyiiuus, Vcllow- i'ever, and the plague are in borne way counected with llie soil, which is daily oiToborialed by letters from all parts of tne country, slating the marvelous eilcci I'HUUA has on lli()e diseases, and in their convalescent slulu. John . L'ouri ney, ol Cony, l'a., t-nys: "1 am slill et tiug better, thanks to yuur l'JiHL'NA." ttee Jiuho 24 in -ills of Life." bi2. B.OiiyBTIBa S. P. TOWNSEND desires to inform his friends and the public that, having purchased fine instruments, he is prepared to execute anything in Surveying. All work will receive careful and prompt attontion. Room at the Cottage Hotel, Wellington, 0. n . COAL!' I am boIo agent here for tho Slppo Coal Company's Jlassilon Coal, acknowledged to be the best Massilon Coal produced. I also have a superior quality of Soft Coal for grateB or domestic use, entirely free from suit and but little ash. A full slock of the best Lackawana Hard Coal always on hand, nnd Hlossburg Coal for black smith's use. Coal by the car-load speci. ally at prices as low as the lowest. C. . SUTLIFF. Wellington, Dec. 12, 1883. 27yl TIMBER WANTED. We want standing timber or logs of all kinds at full prices. We want Bolts three feet long. Elm at $2.00 per cord. ' Sort Maple at $2.50 per cord. Uasswood at $2.75 per cord. Haw Dust and Stove Wood for Sale. 4 V. R. SANTLEY & CO. Kn nlan In tlin revolution 01 ol icature , , vUinna tiia nronheH. and "i 1 in t'ho heart utterances of the l'salms, ii the love of tioti. in uro has her whims sometimes of exact reproduction, but tho gorminnl Boed al ways proves to have been the samo. . A child with six lingers Bnd six toes was bom last summer in Germany of American parents. The mothor was startled and aunoved at the physician s declaration that the doformity was he reditary; but on writing home, learned for tho first time tho family secret, that tl,i noo.iiliaritv had repeated itseu lis M.rhait. nvtiibition. Therefore it is that Cod, at tho clos ing of the word of life, gathers all tho revelations and manifestations of Him self into tho declaration, "Cod is lovo. Iu Himself, in His purposes and His works, lie is love. United Presbyterian. Complainings. How many people, patient nnd un- ,i . i lino nio-ht Ked said: L:i....i.'i,.,iu whinh. wiLii the motion of 'Tell us one of the worst fights you j t)i(j ,i(ir.t,( k t p a mmTy jingle, ever had-the ono that used you upmost J(ilg woRl (ls0 fasl,.no,i t0 thy point of comiileiely." ; ,10 stirrtii), which was formed like the Well, when I was sevontecn years , to(( ()f ft And Ulig 1)arlly explains old" i ......I in. i nil! ninvorv rhnie. made, no " ... .1. an utii'iii.-. ..... - . " You were not in wo ujr ...-... put in Tom. ... . , , "in 111111 year iu unit -.. t n I and ui) to that year 1 had been the best mathematician in my -WXli M a very old book preserveu ai class, but at hi t I had a rival--How- Linton Castle, in Knglund, the account lie was a snouois 1, coi - , v . uewy ciifforU, l-.ari 01 I 1 ....I ll.n titito: . llOlllll, IlKUUV Hi" Hi.'oa Ifray horso to Diinlmry Cross, ' k lliio lady iro on a whllo horn': llinifion her ilmrors anu e " " -- fllllll iiuvm in"" c WIH H "l Tc II Hn sll The American Farmer ond The tn terprise for $1.75 a Yeur. We have perfected arrangements with (he publishers of Ihe American Farmer, ol Fort Wayne, Ind., that enable us to offer our subscribers a. lirst-clafcg AKiicultural Magazine at the hare cost of the while miner on which it is printed. The Ameri can Fanner is a 10-puge monthly maga zine, which is rapidly taking rank as one of the leadinir atrricullural publications of the couniry. Each number will contain useful Information for the tanner, his wife, his suns nnd his (laughters. As it costs you almost nothing, suppose you try it one year. i. . I iur niiniii mi, - - . I iiihii, it ceiled fellow, eienr-ueuuuu n Mu'land. in this book, nmonir a in ovunr o-onoratinn for two or r,mnlaininir about important matters, three centuries. lapse into uucrulousncss and discontent Natural features recurring in tne over small annoyaucca, mm cj vMnlv hrani lilno- members of a family over that most momentary i..-.T.i.i inAar mnM rnirnmionilin!? trrmlilou an unnlcosant state lUTOiinun ...v.- . j rt i . i . i .. .:.. ,r.ii,f funlt t hn over-1 7oothor Thev have learned tnai come, or a virtue which exaggerates it clouds of trouble and affliction sooner self into a vice. "Wherever the drooped or later lift to let the sunshine through; lid of the Stuart goes, a selfish soul that tears of sorrow sometimes nourish walks after." was tho essence ol po Ctini' creat ...... - ,, ... , .' . hearted. 1 detested him from tne nrst, m!lnv 0(icr CI1(rip9, little and great, is for if ho ever gained tne icai a ia i- , nnn of ,,u pUrt.iiaflo by tho hnri oi -a tage over me, he would sneer and take H.MU, mi Uridlo for my lady, em ongreat aire. i busied of silver cockle shells, and hung At tne enu oi jci " -wilts, silver pens; auu uu uw a nawK ior s, and a silver the custom icontent Al lne Hn" 01 " ' , .1 i. . with silver reus; auu uu noZllv tending for two pri.es-ono for the best js ttmlwr entry of a .f all composition on a given subject, one for my ,m, with 81ikctl j,.S!t,., a , of the mathematical proliclency. I was quito or , .. It WM I Ol HID ... . T !..,). I rr.tt lIlO firt. for , ... -I.l ...il opu- lar experience of that cold-blooded raco. 'Poor Jennie ! sho has worn out her life fighting the hung jaw of the Car- hies," said a lnenu 01 jennio uei.ni, . . . . 1 i - .1. - , ,1 more inn lnvnl pst heart-flowers: mat tne brightest davs of a lifetime may follow right after the darkest; but that, in the prosaic, material, every-day world, rain is ever necessary, or that a cloudy day anil rnnrallv is. followed bV a long before her death made the tragiidy pleasant one, are lacU they practically of thehotiso at Cheyne Walk open to ignore. The storm that prevents a pro- the public posed excursion is reucivcu wm ilut we are all apt to forget that it Is, it were an unjustifiable and impertinent after all, the Stuarts, and not their fol- freak of nature, regardless of the fact lowers, who aro handicapped In the that it tills the stream that turns a hun- race of life by their sluggish blood and dred mills, and refreshes the roots ot soul; and that Cnrlvlo's hung lip and prasses that feed a thousand cattle. J ho ill-condilloncd temper were a nercer city pedestrian who, uiminS u. "- torture to himself than to his wife. walks slippery and troublesome, cx- Tho hardest light awaiting any man claim's against the snow, does not stop is. as the Russians call it, to "go back to think, pcrhapi does not even know, of his jaw." to'conipicr tho legacy of how much easier .work is dono In tho evil . tendencies left lilu by rountrv for the presence of the snow, his fathers. Everv mother ought The farmer's teaming is far more readily to be able to define to"her boy this work accomplished on runners than on which lies before him, and to show him wheels, tho lumberman can get out his where to bedn. Tho harder tho strug- 1W, with half the expense; most im- eIc, the mora chariUiblo ho will bo to portant of all. '.ho mots of (lowers and other boys whose tak is heavier. grasses are safe under the snow when lint only Ood knows how much harder thev would freeze without its protection, it is for bull-necked, hcavy-jowled lien And. alter all the complaining, tliinirs to be patient, modest and sober, than Ko on just as they would without it; for his thin, pale, low-voiced comrade. flInl all the success the eomplainer But (iod docs know, and whatever man secures if it can be called suci-ohs is innv do. Ho holds the reckoning just. in manifesting a spirit of ingratitude to -i . t , . . 1 . 1. .1 1 I ,. 1 I. .... 1 11.,,,, utt.l Itiiri'nut lie who overcomes 11 is ihiiitiicu uim um who innaca ";"' p.,w..,.i i ,rnr 1 . . -nni;,i,.nt. T should iret tne nrst, ior Howard's essays were unenual. somo timcs rather original, but lacking al ways in finish and delicacy. When, however, I came to hear his road, I could not doubt the result; it was better than mine. There were exceedingly effective points in it, Ideas we wondered at coming from him, and of course he receivedfthe prizo with many compli- manil 'It wna a week before the other prize Ia Via frivAn. ami our rivalry became " ' -... , ..... . k n.iiiAul HUB 111HL W uo for uoblo ladies to rido with a hawk perohod upon their wrists; anu una ( ount-'ss of Cumberland, who is said hnvn wen beautiful anu staieiy, i , must have looked very grand thus equipped. f?f. A'tV-Aowi. when awarded after a new fashion that year. The mathematical class was to be thor oughly examined, and honor given to whom honor was duo. Then thoso who sustained certain exceptional tests wero to have four problems given them to solve in tho presence of a committee. The ono who worked correctly nnd did the four tho quickest was to receive tho Pr'" A few days before the trial I found on the class-room floor a slip of paper A New Onme. Send tho brightest young woman 01 the company out of the room and clo33 the door. . Those remaining will select a word having the same number of letters as there are pcoplo to play tho game. Knntuwimr there are seven, and the word Ccntunf is chosen. Tho player nearest the door selects tho namo of a famous character, a man or a woman well known to all present, whoso nnnio begins witli C. Tho second player will take tho letter E. and so on to the last. l.i. tnnn his own secret as to the J.UI.II V' . ----- - ......... i.lw.tnn The banished plaver Is now callo 1 In and tho fun begins. Sho must, try anu i-- - 1 1 mm mo inn ur"nin. " j d with ligures the slatcnient of a , , woril .. Century" by getting qualities is a benefactor to those who day and night, sunshine and come afler. ' His children may Inherit 8. 'J'iiiu. his resolution and power of resistance Truly the words: "He that overcometh ' shall inherit all thingi." lias an apjilica tion to this life as well as that which Is tn n.inlii Stmg'de! If you overconio, tho world will be better for your living. Struggle! Xoman livs for himself alone; no man's influence ends with his own fnm lly or friends or his own generation. Every one's triumph of good is an added treasure to the gold of good In -tho world. Struggle on! God will keep tie account You may not be aide to soe the result now. Tho flower and fruit do not ap pear when- a good seed is planted, liut r.,ut nunlut'uin and r hrht endeavor will bring the beneficent harvest in tho end. Therefore struggle on. YoutlCt Com panion. (iod as Revealed in the RiMc. The Scriptures bear the seal of their Divine origin In the character which they ascribe to (iod. Tho conception of ..God which they present was not bor rowed from surrounding nations. -E"yptdid not give to Moses .the idea of one God, tho creatorof all, holy and good, able and present to save. The prophet did not get their inspiration l . , . . ti..l I ,.u from tne worsnipers 01 vu suu nmr Choice Selections. God hath His working in thoso things which mnn can not frustrate. Jaw Uliirlcij. What Is resignation? PlncingGod between ourselves and our troubles. Madame Su etchiw. Zeal Is tho combin-ition 01 will, in tellect, affections, passions and force, and their practical conccntrat'on upon the accomplishment of some objoct. If we could read tho secret history of our enemies we should find, in each man's lilo, sorrow anu suuenug i-ii"s to disarm all hostility. Drift- fcW. Our best friend is in our Father's house on high. Our hearts and our treasures are there. Why should we not "look up and lift our heads" toward the land where we shall "see tho King in His bemitv," anil meet tho dear ones who aro wailing our coining!" Everything in life has a right araa wrong sfde. You may take any joy, and, by turning it around, find troubles on the other side; or you can tako the greatest trouble, and, by turning It around, find joys on the other fide. The gloomiest mountain never cast a shadow on both sides at once. I lind one occupation which Is ever n-.on of wh eh WB Bllllll never weary. taroth. - The evangelists 01 cnrisi u .1 . f mMoM beautiful t proclaim simply ;lbe highest thought source of unvarying de- of their age. but a character which their 1w'm't!omeincarosttoth.. Divine. ucta in it wisdom did not know, l'aul ''Knl'w" ""'.I', .i..t ni,i. anu mat is me jk umuB - - did not take lessons of the philosophers nf ' Athens -before speaking on Mars ' Hill, but boldb assorted that he pro claimed to. them a God unknown to them. No peoplo had at any timo risen to a conception of God that was in mor al attribute higher than man. . The gods of the nations were but their delilcd thought and passions, and had nothing ' In their character to bind the heart to them, or to promote purity, or give the strength of oonlident hope. 1 as sionate, vengeful and cruel, they in spired fear and required costly oflerings and cruel sacrifices to appeaso their an- Thelr WOrsUip was ueoasm mo u thn nnn r.liaiire which will surely In crease as life eoe on. UaplM nceuy, Tmth will ever be unpalatable 10 those who are determined not to re linquish error, but can never give offense lo the honest and well-meaning; for the plain-dealing remonstrances of a friend differ as widely from tho rancor of an enemv, as the friendly probe of a physician from the dagger of an assassin. Li'. W. Montague. Nothing is more certain than thai when Sunday is lost as a sacred flay, It will be lost as a rest day. and then laborinsr men will find seven days 01 nnlii..r nrob eni. Ihe rrolo-sor text-book was often full of such papers, nnd I did not once think of its I cing one of the four tests. 1 put it in my pocket, ami-such thin- being alwaj s fascinating to me I studied over it miMl 1 lmmcred It. I must hue spent iu ud an hour on it. doing it at my ciisj 11s pleasant practice. 'About that nine 1 wa num. . , 1 1(,in w hooiniaio hint 11 at , 7. . , Howard's older brother, who was in (let-man university, very likely did the best work on Howard's cs-qiy fur him. He said the dav the Mibct was given 1 him lie wrote to Germany, and ho did not begin his csMiy until a day after a bulky paper came to him from Ger many. 1 feared I had been cheated out of that prize, but there was no redress; to equalize matters, 1 must gain tho other. 'The day came. There were at hrst five of us competing; threo sonn wero out, Howard and 1 wore left. What was my surprise, then, to have given us ti.n n..rv urnhle.m 1 had found and already studied out' I said to mypelf, I will l fair. 1 will CO about it iw do llbcrntely as If I were trying It for tho lirst time, and must not make a mis take. I glanced up. Howard was working well, confidently, but he had to think, in choose between methods. v. bile my brain work had all been done before. 1 could snow tiiu ii'ie i""," i..... i;tdl,.l In ti-n minimis and explain thn udiv nnd tliu wherefore. When 1 .hmtieil and smiled. Howard knew the 11 prize was mine. "The Professor requesU'd bill! lo go on, and ho finished it in twenty minutes iust twice its long as I had apparently Wn. Yet even ill that time of silence and intense oxeitemeiit. conse'ence kopt whispering loudly: 'ion Know you ru..iiv tiaik 1111 iiour. and he has not taken half that time.' I answered that then I ha I no motive for rapt I ty, or J could well enough have done It faster. In the ability to do it wa the proper tst and 1 was able; 1 had no help. Conscience said: 'No; the test is of the quickest thinker. Have you stood the test honestly'1 -Did Howard stand the essay test honestly?' I answered. 'This, at the makes us Sutiare.1 "The prizes wero to be presented pub licly that evening, nut oeioru 1 iciv um class-room I was warmly congratulated, ml SAW Howard disappear full of rage. ana ..1 iniiWils f t he characters chosen 1... ii immtiv. This is to be (lone i.. ,,Mwr finest ions in turn to each of 11,11 iibivora. No mnw.-M are allowed to bo given 'nit "Yes," "Jo," aim -i " Wo will wippnso the lirst jilayer to have eliosen Cailyle. The quclioner 1., .. .... ,.l,,-,i,.i,.r a tniin: "ies. "I iviri"" "No "l"d nn "i" In ft few 'years?' "Yes.'' "An Amer- iciin?" "No." "An Englishman? No" "A Scotchman. ". Was he a ftatesmau?" "Xa" "A . nit .XT.. M Idlnil flf tlU tUl- anliltitt"' " 11 1 1. ciiK ..- ---- bilitv?" "No. NEW ART GALLERY A. S. GILSON Hus taken the rooms over T. R. Hcrrlck's Grocery snd tlttrd tbm up with all the re quisites ior Pbotographic Work !a All Its Sruch Blxteeu years' experience enauies Dim 10 warrant tirst-class work. Cards, $2.00 per dozen. Cabinets, $4.00 per dozen. f9An examination of styles and quality of work Is respectfully solicited. 40 Ladios' Bazaar. It 00111 s, enst side Fulilic Bquarc. Miss Clark, of Cleveland, a competent Dressma ker, assisted by Miss Julia Hamilton, have chariru of the DressmaklnK Department. Ulilrt-muklnK, Ladles' au.t Children noth ing, all kinds of Family Sewing anil Fancy Work niaile to oraer. C'tmlnit; and Kitting a speciuly. StJyl It Is a fact that more horses aro ruined by the use of poor Pads than by any other part of the harness. Thcrelore it is important in buying to be sure you are obtaining a pad that will not gull or pinch. If you are in want of a harness it will pay you.lo- Go to J. M. Otterbacher's Harness Factory "at Wellington or Greenwich and (see and exam ine Clark's Adjustable Team Pad, Entirely different from other principles. It Is so conslructed by malleable iron plales that the bearing comes directly on Ihe muscles of the back leaving plenty of room wi the spinal column ami will not gall-or pinch. If you have a horse with his back galled try one of the pads and we guarantee that it will heal him up, as It will adjust itself to any horse fat or thin and in case a hook or terrelt should break tiny run lie replaced without ripping. Decides the aliove merits the appearance is unequaled. J. M. Otterbacher, Harness Manufacturer, has the exclusive right to manufacture and sell said pads For the cities of Wellington nnd Greenwich and towns of Rochester, lluntinefcn, Lodl. Spencer and Shiloh, Ohio, and nil surrounding towns. Don't forget, if you are going to purchase a harness, to ivc him a call and he will gladly show you (lie merits of the pud. Respectfully, TIIOS. CLAlllv. J. W. HOUGHTON, -DKA1.KR IX- "An author:'" "yes. lit. I I,., wr.lii lim-trvr ".Ml. n- ..V. I- f....l..n ...... .H'' Vt. "I..1VU ill J-.lllium "' . ... ,r ..... Yes." "In London.'" "ies. ho ever in Amencaf' "-o. -mu ho write a history of the French Kcvo lutlon?" "Yes." "Cariyle:" "U's. Tills determines tun i'!"'r' the others will be found in,t lie same way. The game is made the more miercsi- Ini'from the fact that nil tno piatcrs aro guessing at once; but thoso who remtined in tho room nave tne buvhu tno'e of the questioner in knowing the infim! li.iinr of each character. Tho writer played tins game noi ionK sineo wnero ono ui i" """i"1 ".r iMitlinreil the fiuesi loner not a utile ny aelecting tho character of our lirst mother." Another chose Yorick, from i,L,.urwiir'' "Ilamlut. Tl.i .riinin nib'bt be t-illlDlified for lllO amusement and Inst ruction of tho vonm-vr membirrs of the family by sub- stilullng the names of flowers, trees, or nnlmnls for those ol noted inaracteis. ChritUiun t'nmn. Patent Medicines, Dye Stuffs, Trusses, and Shoulder Braces. OUR STOCK OF PATENT MEDICINES ,,,races all of the standard goods, and is fresh, being purchased direct ol Manufacturers. We keep ful line at all times. We have also a large and well selected stock of a a? . inspiration to ev I frZA Jv hfih effi IdX and harshness, yet they are the truest try was tho basest, were - VnT " Thev honestly believe that . . t. itiinnnl ln ni emu aiiju no w 1 y . lit: ks. w.-f-- ... 1 i . spirit, almighty, holy, just and loving; Jf-i-J thn word of III TOWer, SIIUU mi"i " ----- , w.m called all things Into being, who in IIi holiness dolighti 1 in purity, who in Jus-1 their duty both totJod and to mnn binds them to aland fast against uny Invasion of the Lord's day ns a grievous error and wrifg."Jntt:lIigcncer. "Well, boys, 1 wont to my room, an flif.n nmfl t hi battle I toll of. Thei was no cannon-roar or streaming blood, l.i.t no eonlliot since over cost mo the niAn tal alriiirirlo that one ilid. "At last consilience won the day, an I I Bald would go and tell the i'miessor the wl:le storv. "And you lost the pro. after a 'Yes, .sen." , ., "Howard got, and kept both:1 "Yes." "So tmir.l-iiHlo w:" a '. r" Conrioalcl witli His Villainy. Wlii.n Mr. Pnniierinan threw iff his ovemnat last evening ins who mm. Mir 1 ear. th 1 is VfMir iiiruiuny. Now. what kind of a present would you prcferr Vo! money." That's lust tbe klnil 01 a present 1,...,. f.ip vfin." nnd Mrs. ronperman t.u.u fmm beneath her apron a ulethorlo ba", and emptied upon tne taoie a ue of jingling co ns. "Thoro's your birth dav present" The husband looked at the coin! In amazement, and then said: Whir, mv dear, tho money Is no l Thm fs nothlnff nere utii lean consisting of the finest and best Perfumes, Soaps, Cosmetics, llair Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Combs, Mirrors, etc., which are all first-class goods, 'and which will be sold very low. Our stock of 1 u ...-.,. .ml illniAa witli holes In 'em. ii.,'. fs o-.iarler with a holo in it, nnd n. i.l.i ia blirirer than tho quarter, What confounded rascal pinod that i,..v on von? Oh! the scoundrels In 1 In, world!" ..fuini vmiKHlf. mv dear." said Mrs, Pi iioei in'tu. i'Tlmt money must all be poti'l 'J bat's what ou've given me . ,. ,1 m.iT'v s neo we've been mar- . . I ,.(rnlna Journaf. will be closed out at actual cost, aud will sfTord ail an opportunity to pur chase at a bargain. We have also a very large line of the best manufacturer! of - ; mm, ttttfltt twt mim, k which we are offering at a great reduction all warranted. A fine stock of for medicinal purposes only. We cordially Invite the public to call and ' examine our goods, confident that we can show them As Good Goods and as Low Prices ' as any house In the State can afford. West side Public Square, Wellington, Ohio, J. W. HOTTGXXT02T. -I -4 .