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TIIE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30; 1889.
) V- ' Personal. Mr. NY H. Frohllcksteln, of Mobile, AU., wrltos: I tuke ret plt-asi e In ' reomni-nillng Dr. King' New DIs cover.v for eoiiiimpiloti, having used It for n sryere iittnck ot Bi orchitis and Catnrrh. It give" me Instant Tfllof ami entirely cuied me ami I Imve not been affllo.eti "luce, I also big t state that I nail ti M otliiT n-medles with no stood result.' H-tve nln u-ed Eloctrio Bitter and Ur. King's New L ie PilU, 'th ol which I cm- rcO'-mmt-Hd. Dr. Klntt's ' New Dl-cnvry rorC"nuinp lon.oi)U(ih and oMh, Is wild on a positive guaran tee, Tilnl liotlliss free ai Adams' drntt a ore. 1 Tho Population of Wellington la about 8,000, and we would say 8t least one half are troubled with some atfectlun of the throat and lungs, as those coin plaints are, itfrording t" stulisllca, more numerous tlmn others. We would advise all our renders not to neglect the oppor tunity to call n ihelr driiKgislB and gft a bottle ol Kemp's IIiiIhhih for the throut and lungs. Trial size tree. Large bottles 50c and $1. Sold by ull druggUts. Burklen's Arnica Suite. The best milve In the world for cuts, bru'scs, aores, ulcers, salt rlieaai, level ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain eoros and all skiu eruptions, and poaiiive. ly cure pil', or no pay required. It ii guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, 01 money refunded. Price 28 cenll per box For Hale bv Wooster & Adams. lovl That IIicicino Cough can be quickly cured hy Shiloh's Cure. W guarantee it. Sold by F. I). Felt. Wonderful Cures. W. D. IIo t & Co., whole-ale Slid re tail drngglsi ofKniiie. Oh., y: Wv have bet'- selling Dr. King'- New Dla eovcry, Elfcrlo Bittefaml BiuklenV A ulca Stive for two year. Have nev rhan'ilid reinwllfg that sell as well, or give uch unlvei-t jlsans'autloii Tin-re has bfi'ii some mondeiliil cures effected by these nn'dlclut In this city Several Cacs of proneunced Coiixtiinp tion have hee:. entirely cured by unenf Tew botilesor'Dr. King' Nw Dis covery, trfkeu In contiH-tioii with Elt-c-trie iliitiT-. We guarantee them al ways. Suld H E W. A. ama. 1 Detroit, Mich., March 8, 88. W. II. IMI&Co: O'liitleineii I had a very severe at tack of rheumatism. After taking a fear ioesnf your Ar-thro-phon l-a, ob tained relief. II ive taken one bottle and am almost, entirely cured. M. SIM 'ar pall, 035, Bngg street. For Sale atiVelt'a drug store. W Milium a VitalizbhI what vou need foro MHtlpailo i, low ofapiietlte, dlzzi ties aoJ all svmptoma of dyspepsia. Price llf mill 75 cnia per bottle. Sold by F. D. Felt. . William Laird. William Lal'rt, a well known drug- ?-1ntof rtpringrleld, Oregon, write hs iillitws: "My to.-k ol Vai.WerlV Cough B iWam ordered from you a short 'time ago I ilinost. e.Faute'l and I am ph-a-cdrfo n- te tho f -et that It lit glv en universal natlgfactlon. 1 have nev.-r hml a hIiitIh boitle returnei . 'I'll' me. Heine U hoon to mankind. ' Trial Ii free. E W. Adam tho Leading Druggist. English Spavin Llrlment removes all Hard, Hnft, or Callous-d Lumps and Blemishes I nun, horses Blond Spavin, Curbs, KpiintaeS'eeney King-bone, Siftv. , Spralha, all Swollen Throat, Coniflis. K'O. Save $50 hy line of one bo'tle. Warranted. Sdd by W. E. Adams, Druggist. Wellington, 0. 44-20t 1 j - Slckpless Night, male miserable qy that terrible cough., .Suiloh'i Cure la the remedy for you. ,, . ;- t. v Sold by F.D. Felt. , Bangor, Mich., March 21, '88. To whom It may concern: , - M This U to certify tbat I hare suffered all winter with a severe attai k of rheu matism, and wat about to ask to be re lieved from my position, at I wai not able to work. After trying many rem odlea and getting no relief, 1 saw Hill' Ar-thro-phon-l-a advertised. I asked our druggUt to order some lor me. I commenced taking it at per direoilou and received good result from It with in one week. After taking three hot tie I am hippy to say 1 am nearly onred, although I (hall continue rotake A- thro-phon-l-a until I drive the diaense out of ray yttem. I can eertatnly recommend It a the best rem edy for rheumatism that I know of, and eannottay too uiucb In favor of it. M. Remington, Agent V. A W.M.K R. Sold by Fred. D. Felt. , Catarrh Cured, health and tweet breatb seoured, by Shlloli's Catarrh 'Remedy. Price 50 cent. Natal In jector free. Sold by F.D. Felt. The Handsomest Lad Id Wellington remarked to a friend tbe other drfy that the knew Kemp' Balaam for the Throat and Lung wa a tupeilor remedy at It stopped ber cough Instantly when other rough remedies had no effect whatever. 8o to prove tbl . and cnnvlce yon of It merit, any druggist will give von a sample bottle free. Large die 50 cent and one dollar. Detroit, Mich,, March IS. '88. W.n. 11111 A Co.: Oentlemeu Ihave for yeartbeen a tufferor from chronic rheumarltm ; at time very severely. During a late at tack I have experienced more relief from taking one bottle of vour Ar-thro-phon-l-a than from any remedy I have hitherto used. Itt action hatbeen very prompt, and without an derangement of the stomach or other organ. I am ao much pleased with It action that 1 thall uontinue It use when I have the old trouble to combat agatn, and recom mend It to my friend In like affliction. Respectfully yours, S. 8. Robinson, 15 Bralnard St, Sold by F.D. Felt. , For lame back, vide or ohest. nie Bhl loh's Porou Plaaters. Price 26 cent. Sold by F. D. Felt. EEY. DR. TALMAGE Preaches a Sermon to the Foes ol Evangelloal Doctrines. now Different Ret' -(loos Crec! re Dis torted by Those Who Do Not Un - dentand Them Tho Ignoranee ' or the Scoffers A Terrible i Fluffue. Rov. T. PoWltt Talmage1 mcont tormos was on "Blander Against Religion An swered." His text wan: "And I took the littlo book out ot the antrol'i band, and ate It up; and It was in mouth sweet ui honey; and as soon a I had eaten It my bolly waa Ditter. And he said unto mo, thou must prophony npfuln before many pcoplos, and nations, and ton-rues, and kin?." Rev. x. 10-11. Tho eloquent cllvlno spokoas follows: Domitian, the Houmn Emporor, hud in bis rculm a troublc-omo evaneolist who would keep prenehini?, and so he exiled him to a barron Inland, ai now the Russians exile convicts to Biberln, or aa sometimes the Englkli Oovcrnment used to sond prisoners to Au-trallu. The island I apeak of is now called rntmos, and It Is so barren and un rroduetlro that its inhabitants live by fish liifr. But one day the cvantrellst of whom I sneak, tlttlnir at tho mouth of a cavern on the hlll-sido, and perhaps half aslocp nnder the drone of the saa. has a supernatural dream, and before him pass, ns In panorama, time and eternity. Amnnf thestrnntro thlnprs that ho saw wns an angel with a little book In his hand, and in hit tren.m tho ovangoUst asked for this littlo book, nnd the angel gave It to him, and told him to eat It up, As In adrcnm things nro sometimes Incon gruous, tho evangelist took tho little hook and eat it up. The angel told him before hand that It would bo very sweet in the mouth, hut afterward be would be tro lblod with indigestion. True enough, tho evange list devour the book and it becomes to h'm a sweetness during tho tnasticitlon, but arrerward a physical blt'oruem. Who the ingul wns and what the book was no one can tell. The commentators do not agree, and I shall take no responsibility of Interpretation, but will tell yon that It anrgotts to mo the littlo book of creed whleh skeptics take ami chw un and find a very luscious morsol to their witticism, but after a while it is to them a great distress. Tho angolof the church hands out this little book of evangelism, ami the antagonists of tho Christian Church take it and eat It up, and It makes thorn smile at first, but after ward it is to them a dire dyspepsia. All Intelligent p-onlo hivo creoils that Is, favorite theorin whleh they havo adopted. Political creeds Hint is, theories about tariff, about flnanrn. about civil service, nbout covernmcnt. r"o lal ereod that Is, thenri about manner' and customs nnd rood neighborhood. .TMlKtlcnl creeds that Is, II -cork' nbont. tr.pestry, nbout brle--brne. nbout styles of ornamentation. He liglnus creeds that la, theories about the Ileity, about tho so 1 nbo t tho great fntoro. The only being who has no cred about any thing is the Mint. This seeding against creeds is alwnvs a sign of profound Ignorance on the part of tho acoTur, for he baahimelf a hundred creeds In rnrard to other things In our time the beliefs of evamrollstlc churches are under a fuslllndo of corlcatiiro and misrepresentation. Mon set no what they call orthodox faith, and then thev rnle It wlthtHn mnk"try of their denunrli.il. n. They fe.SIfy what the Chris tian churchc believe. They ti.lio evangeli cal do-trinrm ntid sot then in n hnrnh and re pulsive way and put th-m nut of the asso ciation with other truths. They are like a mad anatomist who, desiring to tell w hat a man Is. dissect a human body and hang op In one place the heart, and in an other pi ico tho two lunfs, and la another I'lace an nnkle bone and snv that i a man. They are enly fragment of a man wrenched ont of their Uod-appolntcd plnoe. Evanpellenl religion 1 a henlthy, vm metrical, well-tainted, roseate, bounding life, and tho ca!p"l and tbe disserting knife of tbe Infidel nr the atheist can not tell vou What It la. Evnntrellci! rellirlon Is a dlffor. ent from what it l represented to bo by theta enemle as the senrecrow which a farmer put Inti the corn field to keep off the raven I different from tho farmer him elf. For IntUncA these enomles of evangelism say that the Presbyterian Church believe God is a savage (overehrn and that He made sons men just to damn them, and that there are Infanta in bell a span long. These old slander oome down from generation to gen eratloa. The Presbyterian Church believes no such thing. The Presbyterian Church believe that Ood I a loving and Just sorer sign and that w are free agents. "No, no I that can notbe,"ay these men who have ohewtd ue the creed and bare the conse quent embittered (tomacli. Thnt Is Im possible; If Hod is a sovereign we can't be free agent." Why, my friend, we admit this la every other direction. I, De Witt Talmage, am a free ettlzeu of Brooklyn. I go when 1 please and I oome when I please, but I havo at least four sovereign. The church court of our denomination; tbat la my eoclesia alcal toverelgn. The mayor of thl city; be is my munlcliail sovereign. The Governor of New York; lie I my State sov erelgn. The President of the United Btalei; be I my national sovereign. Four sovereign have I, and yet In every faculty of body, mind and soul I am a free man. Bo, yon see, it 1 possible tbat the two doctrines go side by side, and there I (com mon sent way of presenting It, and there is a way that Is ropul Ive. If you have the two doetrlnee In a worldly direction, why not In a religious direction I If I choose to morrow morning to walk Into the Mercan tile Library and improve my mind, or to go through the conservatory of my friend at Jamaica, wbo ha flowers from all landa growing nnder the arches of glass, and wbo has an aquarium all aawtm with trout and gold flsrx, and there are tree bearing orange and bananaa if I wanted to go there I could, I am free to go. If I want to go over to Hoboknn and leap into a furnace of an oil factory, If I want to Jump from the plat, form of tbe Ph iladolpbla express train. If I want to leap from Brooklyn bridge, I may. But suppose I should go to-morrow acd leap Into the furnace at Hoboken, wbo would be to blsmel Tbat I all there Is about sover eignty and free agency. Ood rulos and reigns, and be has conservatories and be ha blast furnace. If you want to walk In tbe garden walk there. It you want to leap Into tbe furnace, you may. Suppose now a man bad a charmed key with which he could open all the Jails, and be should open Raymond street Jail and the New York Tomb and all the prison on the continent. In three week what kind ol a country would thl bet all tbe Inmate turned out of those prisons and poniten. Us lies. Huppose all the reprobate, the bad spirit, the outrageou aplrlta, should be turned Into the now Jerusalem. Why, the next morning the gate of pearl would be found off bingo, tho linchpin would be gone eutot tbe oliarlot wheels, the "house ol many mansions" would be burglarised. As sault and battery, arson, libertinism and as easslnatlon would reside In the capital ol the skies. Angels ol God would be Insulted en tbe street. Heaven would be a dead failure if there were no groat lock-up. li all people without regard to Uiulr cbaracte when they leave this world go right into glory, I wonder if in the temple of tbe skies Cbarles Gulteau and John Wilkes Booth oc cupy the same pewl Your common sense demands two destinies I And then as to the Prexbyterian Church believing there are in fante In pordMon, if you will bring "me a Preshyterlan of good morale and sound mind who will say that be believes there cvor wa a baby In the lost world, or ever will bo, I will make him a deed to the house I live in. and he can tuko possession to-morrow. Bo tho Episcopal Church is misrepresented by tho enemies of evangelism. They say tbat church substitutes forms and oere- ' tnenloj for heart religion, and it Is all a mat ter of liturgy and genuflexion. False again. An Episcopalians will toll you tbat tbe form and creeds of tholr church are worse than nothing unle the heart go with them. 6o nlBO tho Baptist Church has beon mis represented. The enemies of evangelism say the Baptist Church b-lleves that unless a man Is Immorsed he will never get into Henven. Falso again. AU the Baptists, dose communion and open communion, be lieve that if a man accept tU6 Lord Jesus Christ he will be saved, whother he be Peptized hy ono drop of water on t'm fore hand, or bo plunred Into the Ohio or Susque hanna, although immersion Is tbe only gate by which one enters their earthly com munln. The enemies of evangelism also misrepre sent the Methodist Church. They say the Methodist Church believes that a man can convert himself, and thnt conversion In that cl'urcb Is a temporary emotion, and that all a man has to do is to kneel down at the altar and feel bad and then the minister pats him on tho back and says: "It Is all right," and thnt is all there Is of It. False again. The Methodist Church believe that the Holy Ghost alone can convert a heart, and In that church conversion is an earthquake of conviction and a sunburst of pardon. And as to mere "temporary emo tion," I wish we nil had more of the "tem porary emotion" which lasted Bishop Janes and Matthew Blmpson for half a century, keeping thorn on are for fiod until their holy enthusiasm consumod their bodies. Bo all the evangelical denomination are ml represented. And then these enemlo of evangel! m go on and bold up the great doctrines of Christian chnrcbe as absurd, dry and Inexplicable technicalities. "There Is your doctrine of the Trinity," thoy sav. "Absurd beyond all bounds, the Idea that there is a God in three persons. Impossible. If It Is ono God he can't be three, and If there are throe, tboy can't ba ono." At tho tame time all of us thy with us acknowl edge trinities all aro in.l us. Trinity In onr own make-up body, mind, soul. Body with which we movo, mind with which wo think, soul with which we love. Three, yet one man. Trinity In tho air light, heat, mois ture yet ono at mo phero. Trinity in the court room thn-e Judges on tho bench, but cne court. Trinities nil around about n, in earthly government nnd In nature. Of course, all of tho ll'ustratlonrt are defective for the reason that the nutnrul can not fully Illustrate tho spiritual. But suppose an h:nomnt man should oima np to a chemist nnd say: "I deny what you say about the water and about the air; thoy are not made of different parts. The air is ono; I breathe it every day. Tho water is one ; I drink It every day. "You can't deceive me about the element that go to make up the air and the water." The chemist would say : "You come up into my laboratory and I will demonstrate tbl whole thing to you." The Ignorant man goes Into the chemist's laboratory and see for himself. lie learn tbat the water Is one and tbe air 1 one, but they are made up of different parts. So bore Is a man who says: ' I can't understand the doctrine of th Trinity." God says: "You come np here Into the laboratory after yonr death and yen will see you will co It explained, you will toe It demonstrated." Tbe ignorant man ran not unders'ind tho chomlstry of the water and tho air until ba goes Into tbe lab oratory, and we will never undorstand the Trinity until we go into heaven. The Igno rance of the mun who enn hot undorstand the chemistry of the air and wnter does not change the fact in regard to tho composition of sir and water. Bocauso we can not on dertnnd the Trinity, doot tbat change the fact! :,. ;..- . V- "And t hero is your absurd doctrine about Justification by faith," say those antago nists wbo have chowed np the little book of evangelism, and have tho consequent embit tered stomach; "Justification by faltb; yon can't explain it." I out explain It It Is Imply thl: when a mn take the Lord Jesus Christ a bi Bavionr from tin, God leu tbe offender off. Just a you bare a difference with some one, be. baa injured you, he apologizes or he make reparation. you say : "Now, that' all right; that' all light." Justification by faltb Is tbl: aman take Jesu Christ as hi saviour, and God aav to the mtn i "Now, it wa all wrong before, but it I all right now; It t all right" That wa what made Martin Lutber what be wa. Justification by faith, it 1 going to conquer all nation. ' "There i your abcurd doctrine tbout re generation." these antagonist of evangel ism say. What I regeneration t Why, re generation I reconstruction. Anybody can nnderstand tbat Have you not seen people who are all made over again by some won derful Influence! In other words tbey are Just a different now from what tbey nsed to be a possible. Tbe old Constellation, man-of-war, lay down here at the Brooklyn navy yard. Famine came to Ireland. Tn old Constellation wa fitted up, and thongh it hid been carrying gunpowdtor and bullet It took bread to Ireland. You remember tbe enthusiasm aa the old Constellation went out of our harbor and witb what Joy It wa greeted by the famishing nation on tbe other aide the tea. That Is regener ation. A man losdod np with (In and death loedod np with life, ltvflttod. Your obser vation ba boon very small Indeed If yon have not seen change in character radW eel a that A man came Into thl church one night, and he waa Intoxicated, and at an utterano of the lulplt he oid In a tubdued tone: 'That' a lie!" A a officer of tbe church tapped him on the shoulder end (aid : "Yon must be silent, or yon must go out" The next night that ttrangor came, and he wa converted to God. He wa Inth liquor busi ness. He resigned the business. Tbe next day be tent back tbe (ample that had Just been sent him. He began to love that wblrh be hated. I baptized him by immersion In the baptistry nnder this platform. A large salary was offered btm If be would return to bis former business. He declined It He would rather suffer with Jesu Christ than be prospered In the world. He wrote home a letter to hi Christian mother. Tbe Chris tian mother wrote back congratulating him, and said! "If in the ebangeof your business you hare lack of means, come home; yon are alway weloome home." He told of bli conversion to a dissolute companion. Th dissolute companion said. "Well If you bars become a Christian, you had bettor go over and talk to tbat dying girl. She Is dying with qulok consumption In that house." Tbe new oonvert went there. All tbe sue rounding were dissolute. He told th dying girl tbat Jesu would sav ber. 1 "O," aaldihe 'that can't be, that can't bo I What make yon tblnk sot" "I have It her In t book In my pocket" be replied. He pulled out a Now Testament Bhe said: "Bbow It to me; If I oao be saved, (how it to me la that book." Ho Id: "I have ncglecuu this book a you huve neglected it for many years, and don't know where to find it but I know it Is lomewhere between tbo lids." Thun he began to turn ovor the leaves, and strange and beautiful to say, bie eye struck upon thl passage: "Neither do I condemn thoe; go and sin no moro." Blio said; 'It Isn't possible that 1 thorel" '-Yes," he said, "tbat 1 there." He held it np before hor dying eyes, and (bo said: ' O, yes. I see It formyself ; I accept tbe promise: 'Neith er do 1 condemn thee; go and sin no more.'" Id a few hours her spirit sped away to the Lord that gave It aad tbe now convert preached the funeral sermon. The man who a few day before had been a blaaphomer and a drunkard, and a hator of all that was. good, he preached the sermon. That la re generation, tbat is regeneration I If there are any dry husks In that where are they I All modo over again by the power ot the grace of God. A few years ago a ship captain came in hero and sat under the gallery. lie came in with a contempt for the church of God and with an especn 1 dislike for Talmage. When an opportunity was given ho arose for prayer, and as he was more than six foot high, when he arose for prayer no one doubted that ho arose I Tbat hour he be came a Christian. Ho went out and told the ship owners and the ship commanders what a great change had boon wrought in hiui, and scores and scores have been brought to God through his Instrumentality. A little while after his conversion he wua on ship off Cape Hatteras in a thick and pro longed fug, and they were at- their wits' ends and kuew not what to do, the ship drifting about hither and thither, and they lout tholr bearings; and the converted sea captain wont to his room and asked God for tbe salvation of bis ship, and God revealed to him while he was ou his knoes that nt a curium hour, only a little way off, the fog would lift; and the convurlod sea captain came out on the dock and toid bow God had heard his prayers. Ho said: "It it all right, boys, very soon now the fog will lift," men tioning the hour. A man who stood tbert laughed aloud In derision ut the idoa that God would answer prayer; but at Just the hour when God had assured the captain the fog would lift there came a hash of lightning through the fog and the mun wbo bad Joered and laughed was stunned and fell to th d ck. The fog lifted. Yonder was Cape llattorat lighthouse. The ship was put on the right course and sal ed on to tbe harbor in safely. When in seaport th captain apend most of his time in evangelical work, lie kneeis down by one wbo has been helpless In the bod for many months, and the next day she walks forth In the streets well. He kneels beside one who has lung been decrepit and be resigns tho crutches. Ho kneels beside one wbo had not seen enough to bo able to read for ten y -ars and sbe roads the Blbl i that day. Consumptions goaway, and those who hail diseases appalling to behold come up to rapid convalescence and to complete health. I am not telling you any thing sec ond bunded. I have bad the story from the llns f the patients In this very house, those who wore brought to health of body while at the same time brought to Ood. No seo-ond-handed story this. I have heard the testimony from men and women wbo have been cured. You may call It faitb-cure, or you may call It tho power of God coining down In answer to pray or; I do not cure what you cull it it is a fact. Tho sending sea captain, his heart full of hatred for Chris iaulty, now becomes a follower of tho meek and lowly Jesus, giving all the time to evangelical labors, or ull the time be can spare from otber occupations. Tnat Is re. generation, that Is regeneration. Him all made over again, "There Is yonr absurd doctrine of vlcsrl eus sacrifice," say those men who have chewed up the l u book of creeds and have the consequent embittered stomach. "Vi carious sucrttloel Let every mun suffar for himself. Why do I want Christ to suffer for mel I'll suffer for myself and carry my own burdens." . Tbey scoff at the Idea of vi carious Haertlloe, while thoy admire It. every where else except in Christ. People see its bsuuty when a mother suffers for nor child. People see it beauty wben a patriot suffer for Ills cr.uutry. f t-opln sou ita beauty when nma duniM bunsclf (or a friend. Tbey can nee to- lioauty of vicarious sucridce in every one but Christ A yoiiHir Udv In one of the literary Insti tutions wo a teacher, bbe waa very reti cent and retired In her liublta, and ahe formed no companiousbips in tbe new posi tion she occupied, and her dress was very plain sometimes It was very shabby. Al tera while she was discharged from the p ace for that reason, but no reason was giv en, in answer to the lot i or dl charging ber from the position, she said: "Well, if I have failed to pleaje, I suppose it is my own fault" She went beie and there for em ployment and foond anno, and In despora tl n and In dementia she ended her life by suicide. Investigation was in ado, and It waa found tbat out of her smull means she bad supported her fstber, eighty years of age, and was paying tbe way of her brother In Yale College on his way to the ministry. It was found tbat she bad no blanket on the bed tbat winter, and the had no Ore on the very coldest day of all the season. People found it out and there was a lurge gather. Ing at the funeral, th lurgest ever at any funeral in that place and the very peop.e wbo had scoffed ca las and looked upon thst pale face of the martyr, and ail honor was done ber; but It was too lata. Vicarious saeritioel All are thrilled with oeb in stances a that But many are not moved by tbe fact tbat Christ paid his poverty for our riches, his self-sbnegalion for our en. tbronement and knelt on tbe sbarp edges of humiliation that we might climb over his lacerated shoulder into peace and Heaven. Be it our to admire and adore these doo trlnes at which others Joer. O. the depths of the riches both of the wisdom and knowl edge of God I How unsearchable is HI wis dom, and His way are past Boding outl O, the height tbe depth, the length, the breadth, the Infinity, the immensity, the eternity of tbat love! I-etour earnest pray ers go out in behalf of all those wbo scoff at these doctrines of gruoe. When tbe London plague was raging In the year 1065, there was a hotel near the chief burial place tbat excited much comment England wa in fright and bereavement The dead carta went through the streets day and night and theory: "Bring out your dead I" was an swered by the bringing out of the forms of the loved ones, end they were put twenty or thirty la a cart, and the wagon went on to tbe oemeUtry; od these dead were not buried In graves, but In greet trenches in f raat pita, in one nit eleven hundred and onrteen burials I The carta would oome o p with their great burden of twentv or thirty to the mouth of tbe pit and the front of the cart wa lifted and the dead shot into tbe pit All tbe churches In London were open for prayer day and night and England wa in a groat anguish. At that very time, at a hotel, at a wayside inn near the chief burial place, there waa group of burdened men, who sat day after day and night after night blaspheming God and imitating tbe grief-struck who went by to the burial place. These men sat there day after day and nlgbt after night and they scoffed at men, and they scoffed at women, and tbey scoffed at God. But after while ooe of them waa (truck witb the plague, aad la two week all of th group were down In the trench from the margin of whleh they had uttered Ihnlr ribaldry. My friend, a greater plague I abroad In tbe world. Mill too have died of it Million are smitten with it now. Plagu of sin, plague of sor row plague of wretcbednoss, plague of woe. And consecrated women and men from all Christendom are going out trying to star the plague and alleviate tbe anguish, and there 1 a group of men in tble country base enongh to sit and deride the work. They scoff at the Bible, and tbey scoff at evan gelism, and thersooff at Jesus Christ and they sooff at Uxl. if these word shall reach them, cither whllo they are sitting here to-day or through the printing press, let me tell them to remember the fat of tbat group In tbe wayside inn while the Slogu apraods it two bluett wing over the oomed city of London. O. instead of belug scoffers l)t ns b disciples! " Blessed is the man that walketh not In the counsel of tbe ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor ilvtelh in the et of th scornful." Wellington Monumental W J if,, DEALER IN t Granite Monuments Tombstone, Lr,' j5t-iiA,t -5-!Vew''j-.'- of evory 24-ly A. present of SfiOO.OO in person who will show us a Monument of America Granite we have furnished that is crumbling or shows signs of decnj J. W. WILBUR, Is ngeut for the celebrated WORLD TYPE WRITER, rtsi-teSb. inEfe-AHiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii m Ui wswmjtJk tv.isa Which is by far the cheapest on the market. & Eerson can learn to write very quickly and mucjk etter than the old way. Prices from $10 to $15. TIIE STURTEVANT LUMBER CO., The one Lumber Firral ofOhia lhat is free to seH to Carpenters and Consumers OLL1V I II sAINTP. N. B. Writ for Prloo on Lumber, IVwM flM wMlMl row mrmr -i vita ! MWI Itwlr iw and rv paoor. SUQKE DmIwvIi AaklnrltavriHf M R A H auciaa and tak mo outf. if ynmr Piorfikpac 4m4 , tervl Mr r1vftpn v oUlotTtut IT NEVER FA8LS CAD BLOOD Maws nn Inactive liver snd a tvmputlii-tic or unnntural ac tion of ilic stomach, bowel nnd kidnevs, and as a result Ti nrs, ncn (tin fel ESUSBSHESS. mST it- smptoms are draws). e, tack of ery, nain InklfeM rlm. kaitowiies. of kin, &y&IHM 4 furred lonpie, generally attended with mdunchoiy and GENERAL DEBILITY. To cure Uieee disriset nunns to restore the action of the IU. r and o'her organs, and to till Ik foinm In llir blood. A rcinvdv containing Mandrake, Culver Root, Burdock nd Casern Sngradn, acting csps-ctally on tlic ilvrr, stomach, kidney and vcat glands, 1 the proper one. HIBBARD'S RHEUMATIC SYRUP restore action, kill malaria and purifies the blood. Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup ik ii . ?i nm t Itlsaeafis Family ttrdl.ln hrsusc It mntsin m swiliu.a or npb'W ............ .......... mmunm win niMi 11 uia ism Bwilkine rl Innlc lIK-y nut -us. shoiil.l h. without ll. Alwsvi lnu.is.in. ."trine. Sutimer. Animmm mnA Wmlir. U VM cannot proem h ol your J pour druggist wml dirw4o us. I'ricc a t hotdi-s f un PI TESTIMONIALS WORTHY OF CONFIDENCE. Fur ovtr twenty yean 1 hsve hern s gmt mincm rrnm the tlfccU of a ditcurit Unmach, ni tot tlirs Jfturs asst havs Kpn nannls to do any business Willy able to mnvt about. Two yean s-o my rass yrss pronounrnl hy Dm best mnliral skill iarumbls. I sillied dlllrruit water eurcs and Irk-d dlftisvilt climsun, but a. no s-.d. Uat tunc 1 brrui aaint; llilibsnra Kmuirullc Syrup and at ones brtran to Irsl twiurr. I luvs usnl Uurtm boll Irs, and an s wall man. Kowasn Hsarn, Master Merhantt saa Rlarkemilh, sot Jarluoa blrert, Jackson, Mick. A SURE CURE FOR R H E U T.1 AT I C l j j3t j etyie uua vurieij. i.,e luuu uramto a specialty. Call and e aa bofore purcliubiug. We DO JitiT deal in the (so culled) everlabtiDg W hifc liruuze. It will Btain, rtibt uiid irat h, Jo not take oui statemeut for it Lijt jome witk ua and we will ebow yon Hip defects. nn"h will 1 fiven to hit o -a g?i Call and see them. Doors, Beth. Blind, Mouldings, efts. nro or rvMwr mat TtaFIffll fttAJs)l)U?KFrl anti will k tmi Art In tho ar1st atonoJ to A J TWPK Hi fUn nPL jfielnn J CONSTIPATION pi IE process oi digest). l assimilation and needs the healthy safcsoiJ the liver, pancreas and Kkm which sunply the bile jU oilier nulds, tn order to uiaie them to proper Hibbard's Rheumatfe Syrup combine all the best mrl cincs,xs Mandrake, CuNa Root and Cascnra SngrsAt, with tonic to restore all srsnsr- tion and supply the rwsifcfc action. After Inking t;w bottles nature completes, flan rure. IT NEVER FAILS'- Pfcsfcra i Doth mvarir and wit hsvt been wirtTa-fn- si Rheumatic Smp this fall and winter with ears' aume. We think it a frvnx ithiIhukl rae.ejMje stinntlon. dyspepsia or iiMjiycttiuri it nurMf,-( M otliers thst we have ased. I.. t;. Krfsess. brand lUplua, tilth., Kith, t, V'SS. t iutmm.. So remedies knrm-a so hiehly rnnWarrT rv Soma people, la Uw trealmtm tm Kheum'-tisre SNat all blood diseases. Our medical p.imf4iM, Irvjaaasff on all dleru.es, sent free on esi1'1"1"' a Rheumatio Smuf CO-. Jackoon, hT' - 4