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A Sound Logical Opinion.
' HI R ilnhrlrlo-n MnnriMV. E(l.. ColMtT
A,r..r,.if ril.u 4'onn'v 'lVuRK. 8HVS!
'Hivti ii'Bil Electric Bitter with most
happy results. My brother was also
very low with malarlHl fever and Jaun
dice, but was cured by timely use of
this medicine. Am NiulBfled Electrlo
Bltt-n sved his life."
Mr. D. I. Wilooson, of Horse Cave.
K.y,.adiUa little-testimony, BiiyluR:
lie p iiivelv would liHve diet!; had It
nor. been lor Electric ltltfo-rs.
ThU great remedy will ward off, as
well an cure, all malarial diseases, and
for all Kidney, Liver and Ptomach Dle
ordeu -tanda unfqule;l. Price 60 cts
and $1 at Adams' drug store. 6
The Population of Wellington
Is about 3,000, and we would say at least
one half are troubled with some direction
of the throat and lungs, as those com
'plaints Hre, according to statistics, more
numerous than others. We would advise
all our readers not to neglect the oppor
tunity to rail on their druggists and get a
bottle ol Kemp's lialsam for the throat and
lunirs. Trial size tree. Large bottles 50c
and $1. Bold by all druggists.
Unrlilen's Arnica Salve-
. The best salve iu the world for tws,
brirses, sores, ulcers, suit rheaiu, lovei
' sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
coriM and all skin eruptions, and positive
ly cun t piles, or no pay required. It li
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, oi
money retuutled. Price 29 cents per box.
For Sale bv Woostar St, Adams. lBvl
Sitn.ou'8 Curb will immediately re
lieve croup, v hooping cough and bron
chitis. Sold by F. D. Felt.
Don't Experiment.
You CHenot aflord to waste time In
OXei'luieniintj when your lungs are In
d linger. Consumption always seems, at
first, only a cold. Do not permit any
do .ler to impose upon you wi'h some
cheap Imitation of Dr. King's Now
Discovery for consumption, coughs and
uoldx, but be sure -you get the genuine.
Bee-tune he ran make more protlt he
liiu tell you he hus something just lis
goi), or Just the same. Don't be do
ceieed, hot Insist upon getting Dr.
King'" New Discovery, which Is guar
anteed to give relief In all Throat, Lung
aiidxhest aflcotions. Trial bottles free
at Adams' drug store. Largo bottles
one dollar. 8
-Detroit, Mich., March 8, '88.
W. H.lill&Co-
Gentlemen I had a very severe at
tack of rheumatism. After taking a
few loses of your Ar-tliro-phon-l-a,ob-ttined
relief. Have taken one bottle
and un almost entirely cured.
, . M. S. 'arpail, 1133, Bragg street.
Forsule at Felt's drug store.
A Orateful Clergyman.
Rev.TIins. Richey, formerlv presiding
elder of die Jiortlfin N. Y. Confer
ence, glvtis this opinion of a popular
remedy : "I have found Van Wert's
B i1Hin to be a wonderful effective, med
icine fr the lungs. I have recommend
ed It M'av.veral of my friends who arc
suffering from uotiHumptlon and almost
miraculous benefit have followed it
u-e. I am of ttie opinion that if taken
hi lioiu it would affect a certain cure of
this dread disease. I sviiiiM urge all
who are sufiering with lung anil tliront
troubles t" try it. Trial xlze free. E.
W. Adam- the Leading Druiigist.
' English Spavin Llrlmeilt removesall
H ird, -soft, or O'lniia-d Lumps and
Blemishes Irom horses Blood Spavin,
Corns, Sullnis, Seeney Klog-bone,
Sill.--. Sprains, all Swollen Throat,
Cooirhs, E'C. Save $50 by use of one
borrle.- Warranted. S.dil by W. E.
Adams, Druggist. Wellington , 0. 44-261
' Fon Dyspkpbu and liver complaint,
you have printed guarantee- on every
bottle of Million's Vltalizer. It never
'. falls to cure.
Sold by F. D. Felt.
Bangor, Mich., March 21, '88.
To whom It may concern :
This Is to certify that I have suffered
all winter with a severe attack of rheu
matism, and was about to ask to be re
" lieved from my position, as I was not
able to work. After trying many rem
edies and getting no relief, 1 saw Hill's
Ar-tliro-plion-t-a advertised. I asked
our drnggl't to order some lor me. I
commenced taking It is per dlreotlous
and received good result from It with
in one-week. After taking three hot
ties 1 am luppy to say I am nearly
cured, although I shall continue
rotake Ar lhro-phon-l- until I drive
the diiease out of my system. I can
aertainly recommend it as the best rem
edy for rheumatism that I know of, and
oannotsay too much li. favor of It.
M. Remington,
Agent V.& W.M.R K.
Sold by Fred.D. Felt.
A Nasal Injfctob fne with each
bottle ol Shlloh'a Catarrh Remedy.
Price HO cents. 61yl-2
Bold by F. D. Felt.
I The Handsomest led
In Wellington remarked to a friend the
other dav that she knew Kemp's Balsam
for the Throat and Lungs was a supeiior
remedy as It stopped her cough Instantly
whon other cough remedies bsd no effect
whatever. So to prove this and convlce
ton of It merit, any druggist will give vou
a sample bottle free. Large alza 00 cent
and one dollar.
! c
Detroit, Mich,, Maroh 12. '88.
. W.n. Hill A Co.!
Gentlemeu I have for years been a
sufferer from chmnlo rheumatism; at
times very severely. During a late at
tack I have experienced more relief
from taking one bottle of vour Ar-thro
" phnn-l-a than from any remedy I have
hitherto used. Its action hasbeen very
. . prompt, and wlthhut an derangement
, of the stomach or other organs. Iam
. go mnch pleased with It action that 1
ihallnnntinuettsiise when I have the
. old trouble to combat agatn, and reconv
mendlttomy friends In like affliction.
Respectfully yours,
8. 8. Robinson, IS Bralnard St.
Sold by F.D. Felt.
: Tun Itiv. Gio. II Thatir, of Bour
bon, Ind., says, "Both myself and wife
ewe ourllvojto SniLon'sCoNguNFTioii
Sold by F.D. Felt.
Bermon by Rev. T. DoWitt Tal-
mage, D. D.
now David's Soldier Recovered Their
Loved Ones From the Amnle-kltes The
Great March ot the Earthly Host
to the Heavenly Homo.
Tho subjoct of Dr. Talniago's recont snr-
mon was "The March Homeward," and the
text I. Samuel, xxx., 8: "Pursue for thou
Bhalt surely overtake thorn, and wlthnul
fall recover all." The eloquent divlno spoke
There is Intense excitement in the village
of Ziklag. David and his mon are bidding
good-bye to their families, and aro off for
tho wars. In that llttlo village of Ziklag the
aoionsaloes ones will bo saro until tho war
riors, flushed with victory, coma homo. But
wui tliu deionsolo-is ones be safe!
Tho soft arms of children are around the
necks of tho bronzed ' warrlora until thoy
shake tliomsolves loose and start, and hand
kerchiefs and tlairs are waved, and klases
thrown until tho armed men vanish boyond
the bills. David and hh men soon get
through with their campulgn, and start
oomoward. fcvery night on tholr way
homo, no soonor does the soldier Dtit his
hood on tho knapsack than in his dream ho
heurs tho woloouie of tho wife and the shout
of the child. O, what lonfr stories thoy will
have to tell to their families, of how they
dodged the battlo-uxe! and then will roil
up their sleeve and show the half
hoaled wound. With glad, quick step
thoy march on, Duvld and his
men, for they are marching home. Now
they come up to tho lust hill which over
looks Ziklag, and they expect In a moment
to see the dwelling places f their loved
ones. Thoy look, and ai they look their
checks turn pale, and tholr lips quiver, and
their hundi Involuntarily come down on the
hilt of the sword. "Where is Ziklag? Where
are our homos!" they cry. Alast the curling
smouo auovo ine ruin tells tho tragedy.
The Amalckitos have coma down and con
sumed tho village and currioJ tho mother
and the wives and the children of David and
his men into captivity. Tho swarthy war
riors stand for a few minutes trunshxod
with horror. Then their oyes glance to
eocnotnorand they burst into uncontroll
able weeping; for when a strong warrior
weeps the grief Is appalling. It seams a If
the emotion might tear him to ploces. Thoy
"wept until they bod no more power to
wcop." nut goon tholr sorrow turns Into
rugo and Duvld, swinging his sword high
Into the air, cries: ' Pursue, fur thou Shalt
overtake thorn, and without full rceoror
all." Now tho march bocomoi a ' double
quick." Two hundred of David's mon stop
uy mo DrooK tiuor, mint with fatigue unci
grief. They can not go a step further. Thny
are left there; but tho other four hundred
men undor Duvid, with a sort of panther
step, march on in sorrow and In rage. Thoy
And by tho side, of tho rond a half dead
Egyptian, and they resuscitate him and
compel him to toll tho whole story. Hnsavs:
"Yonder thoy wont, tho captors and tho
captives," pointing in tho direction. For
ward, ye four hundred bravo men of Urol
Very soon Duvld and his enraged company
come upon mo Amalekillsh hunt Yon-Jet-
they sec tholr own wive, and children, and
mnlhors, and undor Amulukitish guard.
Here aro the oftlcers of tho Amulo
kitlsh army holding a banoqet. Tho
cups are full, tho music it roused,
the daneo begins. The Amalekitlsb
host cheer, and cheer, and choor ovor tholr
victory. But, without nolo of buclo or warn
ingot trumpet. Duvid and his four hundred
men burst upon the scene, suddonly as Rob-
en liruco h lined h Is Scotchmen upon the rev-
clors at Kan nock burn. David and his men
look up, and one glance at tholr loved onos
in uaiivity and undor Amalckltlsh guard
throws thorn iuto a very fury of determina
tion, tor you know how men will fight wbou
thoy fight for tlHir wives and children. Ah,
thore aro lightnings In their eyes, and every
anger Is a hmi and their voice is like tho
shout of the whirlwind. A midst tho upset
lanaarus and mo costly vlandscrushed undor
foot, the woundod Auialekites Ho (tholr
blood mingling with their wine) shriekkig
Tor mercy. No sooner do David and his men
win the victory than thoy throw tholr
swords down Into the dust what do they
wuntwilh swords now I and tho broken
families como together auihMa gnat shout
ol Joy that makes the parting tcono in Zik
lag seem very insipid In Hie comparison.
The rough old warrior has to oso some Dor
suasion before he can get his child to come
to him now after so long an absence; but
soon the little finger traces the familiar
wrinkle across the scarred face. And then
the empty tankards are set up, and thoy are
fliled with the best wine from tho hills, and
David and bis men, the husbands, the wives
the brothors, the sisters, drink to the over
throw of the Amaloklles and to the rebuild
ing of Ziklag. So, O, Lord, let thlna ene
mies perish I
Now they are coming home, David and
his men and their families a long proces
sion. Mon, women and children, ioadod
with owcli and robes, and with all kinds of
trophies that the Amulekltes bad gathered
up in years of conquest everything now In
the hands of David and his moo. When
they come by the brook Bcsor, the place
wbore stayed the men sick and Incompetent
to travol. the jewels and tho robes and all
kinds of treasures are divided among the
sick as well as among the well. Buraly the
lame and exhausted ought to have some of
the troasures. Here Is a robe for this pale
faced warrior. Here la a pillow for this
dying man. Here Is a handful of gold for
the wasted trumpeter. I really thiol that
these mon who fainted by tho brook liosor
may bavo endured as much as those mon
who went into batllo. Borne mean follows
objoctcd to tho sick onos having any of the
spoils. The objectors said: '-Those mon
did not fight" David, with a magnanimous
heart, repllos: "As his part Is that gooth
down to the baltlo, so shall his part be that
ton-let h by the stuff."
This subject is practically suggestive to
me. Thank Uod, In tho.se timos a man can
go off on a Journey, and be gone weeks and
months, and come back and seo his house
untouched ot Incendiary, and have his fami
ly on the step to greet him. If by telegraph
be has foretold the moment of his coming.
But there are Amulekltlsh disasters and
there are Amalekillsh diseases that
sometimes come down upon one's home,
making as devastating work as the day
when Ziklag took fire. Thore are famlllea
In mr congregation whose homos have boen
broken up. No battering ram smote In the
door, no Iconoclast crumbled the statues, no
flame leaped amidst the curtains; but so far
a all the Joy and morrlinont that once be
longed to that house are couoerned, the
home has departed. -Armed diseases earn
down, upon the quietness of tho scene
soarlet fevers, or pleurisies, or comump
tlons, or undefined disorders came and
soiled upon some members of that family,
and carried them away. Ziklag in ashes I
And yon go about, somottmns weeping and
sometimes enraged, wanting to got back
your loved ones aa much as David
and ihls men wanted to reconstruct
their despoiled household. Ziklag in ashes 1
Borne of you went , off from home.
Tou counted the days of your absence.
Every day seemed' aa long as a week.
O, how glad you were when the time came
for you to go aboard the steamboat or rail
car and start for homo I You arrived. You
went up the street where your dwelling
was, and In the night you put your hand on
the doorbell, and behold I It wns wrapped
with the signal of bereavement, and you
found that Ama'ckltish Death, which has
devastated a thousand other households,
had blasted yours. You go about weeping
amidst the desolation of your ouce happy
home, thinking of the bright eyes closed,
and the noble hoarts stopped, and the gentle
hands folded, and you weep until you have
no power to weep. Ziklag in ashes! :
A gentleman went to a friend of mine In
the city of Washington, and asked that
through him he might got a consulship to
some foreign port. My frlond said to him:
"What do you want to go away from your
beautiful home for, Into a foreign port!"
"0,"he replied, "mv home is gone I My
six children are dead I I must get away, sir.
I can't stand it In this country any longer."
Zildag In ashes.
Why these long shadows of bereavement
across this audtoucol ' Why Is it that in al
most every assem bingo black Is tho predomi
nant color of the apparel! Is it because you
do not like saffron or brown or violet! O,
no I You say : "The world is not so bright
to us as It once was;" aud thero Is a story
of silent voices and of still foot, and of loved
ones gono, and whon you look ovor the bills,
expecting only beauty end loveliness, you
And only devastation and woe. Ziklag in
ashos. i
In Ulster County, N. Y., tho villago church
was decorated until the fragrance of the
flowers was almost bewlldoi iug. The mBld
ens of the village had emptied the place of
flowoi-supon one marriage altar. One of
their own number was affianced to a minis
ter of Christ, who had como to tuke hor to
to hie home. With hands Joined, amidst a
congratulatory audienco, tho vows were
taken. In throo days from that time one of
those who stood at the altar exchanged
earth for Heaven. Tho wedding march
broke down Into the funeral dlrga. Thoro
wore not enou ;h flowers now for tho coffin
lid, becnuso thny bad all boen takon for the
bridal hour. The dead ministor of Christ
is brought to anothor vlllaje. He had gone
out from thorn loss than a wenit before In
his strength: now he comes homo lifeless.
Tho whole church bewailed him. Tho
solomn procession moved around to look up
on tho still face that ones had beamed with
mossagosof salvation. Little children wore
liltoj up to loo at him. And somoof those
whom he bod comforted in days of sorrow,
whon they passed tha' sllont form, made
the place dreadful with their we.iplng. An
other village omptlod of its flowers somo
of them put in the shapo of a c-oss to sym
bolize his hope, othors put In tho shapo of a
crown to symbollzo bis triumph. A hundred
lights blown out la ono stronir gust from
tho oon door of a scpulcher. Ziklag In
ashes I
I preach this sermon to-day becauso I
want to rally you as D ivld rallied his
men for the recovery of tho lovod and the
lost, 1 want not only to win Heaven, but I
want all this congregation to go along with
me. I fool that somehow I havo a responsi
bility in your arrival at that groat city. I
have on other Sabbaths used other lnduce
monts. I moan to-day, for tho salco of
variety, hoping to reach your heart, to try
another kind of Inducement Do you really
want to Join the companionship of your
lovod ones who have gone! Are yon as anx
ious to Join thorn as David and his men
wero to Join tholr families! Then I am
here, in the name of (tod, to say that you
may and to tell you how.
I remark, In tho first place, If you want to
Join your loved ones la glory, you must
travol tho same way they wont No sooner
bad the half-dead Kgypllun been retuscU
toted then he pointod the way the captors
and the captives had gono, and David and
his men followed- aftor. Ho our Christian
friends have gone Into another country, and
If we want to reach their companionship wo
most tak'i the samo road. They repented;
wo must reiwnt Thoy prayed; we must
pray. Thoy trusted In Christ; we must
trust In Christ' They lived a religious life;
we must live a religious Ufa They were iu
somo things llko ourselves. I know, now
that they are goue, thero Is a halo around
tholr names; but thoy Inut tholr faults.
Tbey said and did thing they ought never
to have said or done. Thoy wore sometimes
rebellious, sometimes cast down. They
wero fur from being perfect Bo I suppose
that whon we have gone, some thing In us
that are now only tolerable, may be almost
resplendent But as they were like us In de
ficiencies, wo ought to bo llko them in tak
ing a supernatural Christ to make up for
the deficits. Had it not been for Jesus, tbey
would have all perished j but Christ con
fronted them, and said: "I am the way,"
and they took it
I have also to say to you that the path
these captives trod was atroublod oath.
and that David and bis men had to go over
theame difficult way. While, those cap
tives were being taken oft tbey said : "O,
we are so tired; we are so sick; we are so
hungry I" But the men who had charge of
them said: "Stop this crying. Uo on."
David and his mon also found It a hard way.
Thoy had to travel it Our friends bave
gone Into glory, and It la through much
tribulation that we are to enter Into the
kingdom. How our loved ones used to have
to struggle. How their old hearts ached!
How sometimes they had a tussle for bread!
In our childhood we wondered why thero
were so many wrinkles on tholr fac-ea. Wo
did not know that what were call -d "crow's
foot" on their faces wore the marks of the
black raven of trouble. Did you novor bear
the old pooplo, seated by the evening stand.
talk over tholr early trials, tholr hardships,
the aocidonts, the burials, the d!apinliit-
monts, the empty flour barrel when thero
wero so many hungry onos to fool, the sick
ness almost unto doath, whore tbo next dose
of morphine decided between ghastly be.
reavementand an unbroken home circle! O.
yes I It was trouble that whitened thol- hair.
It was trouble that shook the cup In
their bands. It was trouble that washed
the luster from tholr eyes with tho rain of
tears until thoy oeedod speotaclos. It was
trouble that made the cane a necessity for
their journey. Do you never remember
seeing your old mother sitting, on some
rainy day, looking out of the window, her
elbow on the wlndowsllU hor hand to hor
brow looking out not seeing the falling
shower at all (you well knew she waa look
ing into the distant past), until the apron
came up to her eyos, because the memory
was too much for hor!
"Oft the 6lg, unbidden tear,
Stealing down the furrowed cheek,
Told In eloqnenoe sincere,
Tales of woe they could not speak.
"Dut this soene ot weeping o'er,
Past this soene of toll and pain,
They teall feel distress no more.
Never, never weep again."
"Who are these under the altar!" the
quostlon was asked; aud the response came:
"l nese are tbey which came uo ont of groat
tribulation and have washed tholr robes
and made thorn white In the bood of the
Lamb." Our friends went by a path of
tears into-giory. Be not surprlsodlt we
have to travel the same pathway.
I remark, again, If we want to win the
society of our friends In Heaven, we will
not only have to travol a path of faith and
path of tribulation, but we will also have
to positively battle for tholr companion
ship. David and his mon never wasted
sharp swords and Invulnerable shields and
thick breasiplutea so much as they wanted
mem on tho . day ' when they came
down upon the Amalekitos. If they
had lost that battle they nover would
have got their families back. I sup
pose that one glance at tholr loved ones in
captivity hurled them Into the battle with
tenfold oourugo und energy. 1 Tbey said;
"Wo must win It Every thing depends
upon It Let each one take a man on point of
spear or sword. We must win it" Aud I
have to tell you that between us and oom.
ing into tho companionship of our loved
ones who are departed there is an Austor
lltz, there is a Gettysburg, there is a Water
lood. War with the world, war with tho
flesh, war with the dovll. We havo either
to conquer our troubles, or our troubles
will couquor us. David will either sluy the
Amalekitt-s, or the Amulekltes will sluy
David. And yet Is not the fort to be
takon worth all the pain, all the ertl, all
the bestegumentl Look: who ait they on
tbo bright hills of Hoaveu yon
der! Thoro they are, those who
sat at your own table, tlieehulrnow vacaut
There thoy aro, tlioae whom you rockod lu In
fancy lu the cradle or bushed to sleep lu your
arms. There they are, thoso In whoso life
your lifo was bound up. There thoy are,
tholr brow more radiant than ovor before
you saw It, their lips waiting for tho kiss of
hoavenly gio.tlug, their cheek roseate with
the health of etoruid summer, thefe- hands
beckoning vou np the steep, their feci bound
ing with the mirth of heaven. Tho pu.f s of
their lust sickness goue out of their face,
never more tu pJ sick, nevermore to coujh,
nover more to limp, nover more to be old,
nevormore to weep. They aro watching
from those heights to sue if through Christ
you can take thut fort, and whether you will
runh in upon thum victors. Thoy know
thut upon this battle depends whether you
will ever joiu tholr society. Dpi strike
harder I Charge more bravely ! Itcmcmbor
thut every inch you gain puis you so much
further on towards that heavenly reunion.
If this morn.ng, while I speak, you could
boar the cannona lo of a foreign navy, com
ing through the 'Narrows," which wus to
doapoll our city, aud if they really should
succeed In currying our families uway from
us, bow long would we toko before we re
solved to go aftor them! Every weapon,
whether fresh from Bpringtlold or old and
rusty in the garret, would be brought out;
aud we would urge on, und, coming lu front
of the foe, we would look at them, und then
look at our families, and tbo cry would bo:
"Victory or dculb 1" aud when the ammuni
tion wus gone, wo would luae the captors
on the point of tbo bayonet or under the
brooch of the gun. If you wou.d make such
a struggle for the getting back of your
earthly fi-ionds, will you not mako as much
struggle for the gaining of tho eternal com
panionship of your Iloavculy friends! O,
yes! we must join them. We must sit In
their holy society. Wo must sing with them
tbo song. Wo must o.obruto- with them
the triumph. Lot It never bo told on earth
orln Heaven that David and bis mou pushed
out with braver heart, for the gettilig buck
of their eurihly frlonds for a fuw years on
earth, than wo to got our departed I
You say that all tills implies that our do
purtcd Cki-iul.m fi ionds ure alive. Why,
had you any Idea they wero dead! Thoy
have only moved. If vju should go on the
t!d of May to a hou ;o wluro ono of yo.ir
frleuds livod and found hlmgoneyou would
not think that ho wus dead. You would In
quire noxl door whore hud ho moved to. Our
doparied Christian frl.-iiiW have only taken
another house. Tho secret Is that thoy are
richer now than they oneo were, aud cun uf
lord a bettor resi.tcnco. They onco dranli
out of earthenware; thoy now drink from
tho King's chalks). "Jo ienh la yet ulivo,"
and Jucob will go up aud soo lilui. Living,
are they! Why, if a mun can live In this
damp, dark dungeon of earthly captivity,
can be not live where bu breathes tho bruo
ing atmoiphercof the mouniaiusof Heaves!
O, yoa, they are living!
Do you think that Paul Is so neur dead
now as he wui when ho was living In tiio
Itoman dungoonl Do you think thut Fred
erick Itobcrfoii, of Brighton, isns near dead
now us, he was whou, year uf or year, ho
slept s. ato.1 on the floor, his head on the
bottom of a chair, because ho could find
ruse In no other position! Do you think thut
Robert Ball Is as near dead now as when,
on bis couch, ho tossed In physical tortures!
No. IXatR gave them the fow black drops
that cured them. That is ull death docs to
a Christian cures him. I know that what
I have said Implies that they aro living.
Tbore Is no question about that Tho only
question this morning is whether you wdl
ever Join them.
But I must not forgot those two hundred
men who fainted by the brook Hesor. Tbey
could not take anothor stop further. Their
feet were sore; tholr houdachod; their en
tire nature was exhuustml. Itesldos that
they were broken-hearted because their
homes wero gono. Zlklug In ashes! And
yet David, when he comes up to them, di
vides tbo spoils among thorn. He says ttiey
shall have ome of tho Jewels, somo of tho
robes, some of the treasures. I look over
this audience this morning ami I find at
least two hundred who have fainted by the
brook Bcsor tho brook of tears. You feel
as if you could not tuko another step far
ther, as though you could never look up
again. But I am going to imitate Da Id,
and divide among you some g:orlot.s tro
phies. Here Is a robe.
."AH tilings work together for good to
those who love Uod." Wrap yourself In
that glorious promise. Hore Is for your neck
a string of pearls, made out of crystallized
tears: "Weeping may endure for a night,
but Joy cometh In the morning." Here Is a
coronet: "Be thou fuithful unto death, and
I will give thee a crown of life." O, ye
fainting onos by the brook Bosor, dtp your
blistered feet In the running stream of t.od's
mercy. Batho your brow at the wells of
salvation, booths your wounds with the
balsam that exudus from the tree of lifo.
Uod will uot utterly cast you off, (, broken
hearted man. O, brokeii-hcartod woman,
fuintlng by the brook Hesor.
A shepherd finds that his musical pipe la
bruised. He says: "I can't got any more
music out of this Instrument: so I will just
break It and I will throw this rood away.
Then I will got another rood, and 1 will play
music on that" Hut Ood says he will not
cast you off because all the music has gone
out of your soul. 'Tho bruised reea he
will not break." As far as I can tell tho
diagnose of yourdisease, you want divine
nursing, and it is promised you: "Aa one
whom bis mother oomfortoth, so will I com
fort yon." Uod will see you all the way
through, O troublod soul, and whon you
come down to the Jordan of death you will
find It to be as thin a brook as Besor;
for Dr. Robinson says that In April
Besor dries up. and thore is no brook at all.
And In your last moment you will be as
placid aa the Kentucky minister, who went
up to Uod, saying. In the dying bour:
"Write to my sister Kate and toll hor not to
be worried aud frightened about the story
of the horrors around the death bed. Tell
hor thore is not a word of truth In It, for I
am there now. and Jesus Is with mo, and I
find It a vory happy way ; not becauso I am
a good man, for I am not; I am nothing but
a poor, miserable sinner: but I bave an Al
mighty Bavlour, and both of His arms are
around me."
May Uod Almighty, through the blood of
the everlasting covenant bring us Into the
companionship of our loved onos who have
already entered the Heavenly land and
entored the presence of Christ, whom, not
having seen, we love, and so David shall re
cover all. "and aa bia part Is that goeth
down to the battle, so shall his part be that
turrteth by tho stuff."
It w
Ull II
J. el.
f Granite Monuments a" Tombstones,
r IKmIV t
!-.raV UHWHeTX . ,
'fnifriV. '-'"I'M!
7 U tJ i
( fc
A present of $500.00 in cash will lie given to 'any
person who will show us a Monument of .Amerienn Granite
wc have furnished that is crumbling orshows signs of Uecaj
Is agent for the celebrated
Which is by far the cheapest on the market. A
Eerson can learn to write very quickly and much
etter than the old way.
Prices from S10 to $15. Call and see them.
The one
Lumber Firm 1
Ainu i
:l Jrf
ihat is ittoimtmr WHOLESALE
rn evil Tfi s- i .
ana p
Consumers k
N. O. Wrrto for Prlot-s on Lumber,
?I"?' l"f' TmX "14 'I!'
I'M loan who luu iiivrBtml froai tor
to flw dollar in a MubtMf Coal, and
t his flrtl half hour i cipeiitnc) In
a at'Hia fliHH to lilt aorrow that It t
lu. nil a better prutiHtion than a moa
quito twain, nut only frLa chagrin!
at bHnf M bad! uim In, but alao
fecit If ha tVw not look axactly Ilk
m m w
ssl M
Aik for lha riHU IlKAN D " flurui I mm J
oWa 14 havtMhr rmH iui:n, amd fr oafTtpttMcataJorte,
WHEN we understand all
the snnlomjf and phys
iology of women, and
learn of the diseases peculiar
to their sex, there is a feeling
of sympathy created within
the breast for her well-being
and preservation of her health.
On account of the Intimate (
connection of these diseases
-with the stomach, bruin,
heart and liver, through the
sympathetic spinal system of nerves, the
diagnosis or locating of her diseases be-
Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup
Containing Podnphylum, Cascara Sagrnda, Unicorn Root, Dlnck Colioh and Poke
Root, with tonics and diuretics, with Salycillc Acid, Nervines, elu, etc., scientifically
combined and pleasant to lake, all of them being specifies In their action, as well tea
laxative and alterative, that w ill restore action, subdue lt:l':"i'inatlon, and prove all that
the most astute physician or pathologist could suhkchI. HiMimiTs Kliriiinntic Tlastcrs
applied to the small of the back, or abdomen, or to auv purU llint mnv lie painful. and
weak, will be found very beneficial. Reaton teaches tin- lesson.
B-M M enrtsins tut poison ar npltttM, Csiiju-n, Invmiids tni dilf.-ito iwrsiMts will fnA It th br
medlrlnetuitl jnrne Owy cui etc N bo.iw ihunld lw without It. Alwrnj-s -a inxn, "'Vi Swmmtr,
If toacstinot proton II ol your dniRKUt smJ "direct ta us. Prlrr fum; 6 Iwttks f,, . Ptsilert tx
II kit cured mr Indlmliwt. tmrinrsl n blood and
tnsds me- s well woman, and 1 rannot auy loo ami II
to prsUw of both Svrqn and Plusm, '
Mrs. 8, K. Uawm. Whltehstt, Mich. .'
Ulbhard". tHuumstie rrup has m tquai, Wt
w li Hi fnir urns
Mas. Mtthsw Wti.tv,
Muake-ron, Mich, .
Rffs S S S Mfttljkl
of every style and variety, isew Eng
land Granite a itpecialty. ' all and see
us before purchasing. "We DO NOT
deal in the (so called) everlasting White
Bronze. It will stain, rust and crack.
Do not take ouj statement for it bu
come with, vis and v, e will show you tho
3 m
Doors, Bash. Blinds, Mouldings, ato.
W. tett U m.s woo wu Mrs-let
(not Mjtkl flruMHI UmI WUI kH)
S mmm BSSVSi fun Orr m th hude storm. It M
lfll t T "' TOWKk'S riSH BRAND,
y y - SLICK CH," s dim ftoullir to rrmrr
m in on or prwt wins ins wu.
1 Cnt It "Tow.r-l rub Brand Slk
and taka no other, Ifjoar rtoripr
A.st.Towia, JO Hlmnxma (ft Boaton. Maaa,
comes Die more difficult
Thus as a symptom of her
disesses she may have net
diziincss, unnatural emotions
and various dclusionstmount-
ing to mania, or may have
si paralysis, nausea and
the back.
I and kirtnevs, und every imaginable disease
as caused ty rvilex action. '
' Tea yanrt I hav bna s (ml tsiflcrar from dra-
Cpsla, nturalfk haaduhc and otlwrdi.niaa. 1 1 ib
id's kiMunitiile bnin msda ma a well woman.
( . Mm A. I), NuLS,wiuoa,UUJh.
Illkhard's Riirumitlc syrup niln-ly eiirrd tna. 1
think It Um beat Uroily mi dicirw In Utv world.
SIms. Lovu KiairrH, '
Wabash, IrvJ.
a'i.j -: v.i 'ax i. loc
W.vWli i'4W 3?i vonilling, pcrvcrtca
'riv 7r ryi lacking cough,
anil lulntness, pain In

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