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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15; 1889.
i ( a i i i 44. t 1 i ,, j V: , .,,,,.,..... Brace Up.- ' '", Yon we feeling depressed, yonr ap , petite It poor, you art bothered with headache, you re fetty, nervous, and generally out of sorts, and .want to knee up. Braoe up, b-t not with tlmulent, spring medicines, or bitten, Which have for their basis very cheap, bad whisky, and which, stimulates you for an hour, and then leave you In worse condition than betore. What '? you want Is an alterative that will yurlfy your blood, start healtbly action of liver and kidneys, restore your vi tality, and Rive you. Renewed health and strenjcth.' Such a aaedlclng you pwlll find In Electrlo Bitters, and only V: CO cents a bottle at Adams' drug storc.3 The Population of Wellington Is about 8,000, and we would say at least one-half are troubled with some affection f the throat and lungs, as those com plaints are, according to statistics, more amerous than others. We would advise all our readers not to neglect the oppor. tnoity to call on their druggists and get a bottle ot Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs. Trial size Irea. . Large bottles 60c andll. Bold by all drngglstt. .' ." Bocklea'i Arnica Salr The best salve In the world for out, bro'ses, soree, ulcers, salt rheum, (evei ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain com and all skin eruptions, and positive ry cures piles, or no pay required. It ir guaranteed to givs perfect satisfaction, 01 money refunded. Price 20 cents per bo tot Bale bv Woostar Adams. Uv 896 in Six Months. Van Wert Oeemlcal Co, Waterton ,N. Y. . Gentlemen . I take pleasure In In forming you of the wonderful auiews we have had with your Lang Balsam. We have sold In the last six months IDS bottles. We have guaranteed near ry every, bottle hut as yet have had only four returned. 1 rm In receipt of score f testimonials lrom the most promin ent residents of our city which I should like to send you. Trial sice free. E. W. Adams the L ading Druggiste Yours Respectfully, B. Felt, Jr, Druggist. EngllshSpavln Llrlmentremovesall Hard, Soft, or Ca'1ousd Lumps and Blemishes from horses Blood Spavin, Curbs, 8pllnts, Sweeney Ring-bone, Bines, Sprains, all Swollen Throats, Coiiehs, Etc Save $60 by use of one bottle. Warranted. Sold by W. E Adams, Druggist. Wellington ,0. 44-26i Their Business Booming. Probably no one thing has caused a general revival of trade at Adams' Urug Store as their giving away to . their customers of so many free trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery, or consumption. Their trade l slm ply enormous in this very valuable article from the fact that It always cures and never disappoint. Coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, croup and all throat and lung diseases quickly cured. You can test It Defore buyln by getting a trial bottle free, large size il. Every bottle warranted. Sold by !. W.Adams. 3 The Handsomest Lady In Wellington remarked to a friend the that dav that she knew Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs was a snpeilor remedy as It stopped her cougn instantly when othercough remedies bad no effect whatever. Bo to prove tnis ana convicr you of It merit, any druggist will give vou a sample bottle free. Large size 60 cents and one dollar. ... Brioht'8 Dibkabk Cured. Three years ago 1 was attacked with kidney trouble. WMrh in a few months terminated in BHirht'a disease. Mr physician said rm case was Incurable. I tried different things and received no benefit until a friend persuaded me to try Dr.Burdick Kidney cure.. I sent and cot one bottle; fnr tht was half cone I felt a change. One bottle removed from my body and limhi fifteen nounds of water, which bad nan verv badlv swollen I used twelve bottles and was entirely cured, and nevet auS nv return ot the disease since. 1 would recommend this medicine to all suffering with kidney or liver trouble, to which 1 owe my l lie. .! Respecifully yeurs, " . ELMER Jacksoh, Wootihnry, N. J. ,5 cents and $1. F D Felt. 45 1m Itcb.Manie. and Scratches on human r animals cured in 80 minutes by Wool ford's bunltary Lotion. This never tail Sold by E.W. Adams, Druggist, Welling twi.OUtf. 44 To The Citizens of Wellington. ' Fred D. Felt, the druenist, ot Welling ton, will keep lor sale the celebrated Indian Pill. manufactured by the eminent Dr.R. MacFarland ol Genoa, O. This Is the pill that cures headache, lick or ner vous, also constipation, and lor one failure . we offer f 100 If directions are carried oat. We can tell you more, tbey cure rheuma tism, tctatlc.or chronic, Inflammatory. All stomach diseases yield every time to this great discovery. Tbey will positively urn all rilapuM nt tha jirlnarv (irssns ti curable from any medicine. The secret Is they core the liver and will not fail. Do not tall to try this medicine ; $1 a box, 60 Jiilla in each bozl Call at Felt's drug store or them. Felt only keeps them, Well Ingfn. Ask for the little book giving symptoms. This Is the great blood search er of the world. N R. Palt'ionlv. Remember Dr. F If acFarland's pill is the only genuine MacFarland pill on earth. What B. B. Cooper, says. J. E. Jackson-Dear sir: "I had Brlght's disease in the worst form. I used two bottles of jour medicine, Burdlci's Kid av Cure, and It baa done wonders for me, The swelling has left my body and limbs and I am so well 1 can walk out again This is the only remedy that wauld reach any ease. Price 78 cents. What John L. Hades,of Woodbury, N S. aavs: J. E. Jacksoa. Dear Bin "1 had kidney trouble for years very bid any pains at tltnns were so great 1 would roll tha floors I thought my ease a. kelp ' less one. I used two bottles ol your med tcloe,(Bnrdlck's Kidney Cure) and now I , an do any kind of work. . J recommend ibis to all sufferers. Price 76 cents snd " $1.36. For sale by Fred D. Felt. ' - - ' 1 - . r ; Loose's Bed Clover Pile Bemcdy. . is a positive specific for all' forms of the dlaeaae. Blind, Bleeding, Itching, Ul cerated, and Protruding Piles.. Price 60 . For sale by Fred Felt. DEATH IN THE POT. Rev, l)r. TeJmatre Preaobee a Sor- '.Z.'..". won On Temperance. . Unhappy sod rjadUelpUned Hoinei tha --Catdroas of Areas - Iniquity Par ' :' ' nlclom Effects of tha Kxampla , '. af . Indolent ranoni Cpoa ... tha Young. '. The subject of Rev. T. Do Witt Talmage's recent sermon was "A Poisoned Dinner," and his text II. Kings iv. 40: "So they poured out for the men to out, A nd It came to pass, as, they were eating of the pottage, that they cried ont and s.id, O thou man of God, there is death in the pot.. And they could not eat thereof." Following la the sermon: ' V EltBba had gone down to lecture to the students in the theolofrioaj seminary at Oil. Kti. He found the students very hungry, u student, are apt to be. It la very seldom the world makea large provision for those who give thomaelvee to intellectual toll. In order that these students may oe pro pared to hear; what Elisha lays, he first feeds their hunger. Ho knew very wen it la useless to talk, to preach, to lecture with hungry men. J Bo Ellslia. recogn uing this common sense principle, which every Christian ought to recognise, sends servants out to get food for these hungry students. Tbey pick up some good, healthful herbs, but they happen to pickup also' some coloquintida, a bitter, poisonous, deathful herb. They bring all these herbs, they put them into the boiling pot, they stir them up, and then a portion of this food Is brought to the students and their professors. Heated at tho table, one of the hungry studenta begins immediately to est, and be happens to get hold of some of the coloquintida. Ho knew it by the taste. He cried out: "Poison, poison I O tbou man of God, there is death in the pot!" Consternation is thrown over the whole group. What a fortunate thing It was that this atudent so early found the coloquintida in the mixture at the tablet Ton will bv reference find this story pre cisely as I have mentioned it. Woll, in our day there f.ro great caldrons of sin and doath. Coloquintida of mighty temptation is pressed into it Borne dip it out and taste It, and roject It and live. Others dip it out, taste It, keep on and die. And it is tho bnsiueos of every minister of religion, and every man who wishes well to the human rare, and who wants to keep the world back from its follies and Its suffer ings, to cry out: "Hewaret poison, poison I Look out for this cnlilron ! rJtuntl imcm Ho ward" Bin hat dune an awful work in our world. It ha gone out through all the ages, It baa mixed up a great caldron of trouble and sur fcring and pain, and the whole race is pois oned poisoned In body, poisoned In mind, poisoned in soul. But blessed be uod that the gospol of Jesus Christ is the antidote, and where there was sin there shall be par don, and where there war suffering there .hall be comfort, and where there was death there shall be life. Some tune ago. you will remember, I per suaded you of the Importance of being char itable in Judgment of others. At the same time I said to you briefly, what this morning I wish to say with groat emphasis, that while we lympatbtio with the slnnor we must denounce the sin, that while we pity the unfortunate we most be vehement agalnsttransgroeslon. Bin Is a Jogged thing that needs to be roughly bandied. You nave no right to garland It with fine phrases or lustrious rhetoric Yon can not catch a buffalo with a silken lasso. A group of emigrants settle la a wild re gion. Tbo next day a wild beast comos down from the mountain and carries off one of the children. The next day a wild beast comes down from the mountain and carries off an other child. Forthwith all the neighbors band together, aud they go out with torch In one hand and gun in the other to hunt these monsters down, to find their hiding place, to light np and ransack the caverns, and to destroy the invader of their bouses. So we want now not merely to talk about the sins and follies of the world, we want to go behind them, back of thejn. Down Into the caverns where they hide we need to go with the torch of God's Word In one nana ana the sword of . God's eternal Bpirit In tbe other to hunt out and alay those Iniquities In their hiding plaoe. Or, to come back to tho figure suggested by my text, we want to find what are the caldrons ol sin ana aeain froi i which the Iniquities of society are dinned ont. L In tbe oral plaoe, j remarz: inu un- hanDV and undisciplined borne are tne cal drons of ereat Iniquity, parents narsn anu cruel on the one hand, or on the other band loose hi their government wickedly loose In their governmentare raising up s goa erstlon of vipers. A home where scolding snd fretfnlness are dominant is blood re lation to the gallows end the penitentiary I Petulance la a serpent that crawls up into the family nursery sometimes and crushes everything. Why, there are parent who make religion disgusting to their chil dren. Tbev scold them for not loving utinst. They have an exasperating way of doing their duty. The bouse. Is full of the war whoop ot contention, and from such plaoe husband and sons go out to die. O, lstheroallugarleading away Ishmael Into the desert to be smitten of the thirst and oarohedof tho sandt In tbe solemn birth hour a volco fell to thee from the throne of God, saying: "Take this child and nurse it for me, and I will give thoe thy wage." At even time when tho angels of God hover over that home, do they hear the ohiltiren lisping tbe name of Josusi O, traveior lor eternity, your little one gathered under your robe, are you leadl ng them on th right road, or are you taking warn oni on mo aangcroua winding bridle path, off which their inex perienced foot may altp and up which cornea the howling of the wolf and tbe sound of loosened ledge and Uimbllng avalanche! Blessed is the family alter at which the children kneel. Bloased a the cradle in which the Christian mother rocks tha Christian child. Blessed Is the song the lit tle one sings at nightfall when sleep Is clos ing the eyes and loosening tbo hand from the toy on the pillow. Blessed I that mother whose every heart throb Is a prayer for her children's welfare. The world grows old, and the stars will eease to illuminate it, and the water to re fresh It. and the mountain to guard it, and the heaven to overspan it, and It long story of sin and shame and glory and tri umph will soon (urn tonnes; out innuenos that start In the early home roll on and roll np through all eternity blooming In all the Joy, waving in all the triumph, exulting in ill the song, or shrinking back Into all tho . rkness.. Father, mother, which way are Vou leading your children I a hous took fire and the owner waa very careiul to got all his farnituro out He got all bis booksout, and ho got all his pictures out, and be got all his valuable papers out, but he fonrot to ask until it was too late, "Are my children safel'VO, When th earth shall molt with fervent beat, and th mountains shall blaze, and the earth shall Wane, will your rhlhlmu be safef Will yonr children be safe? Unhappy aid undleot pllned homes are the source of much of th wretchedness and sin of the world. 1 1 know there are exceptions to it soma- t ,i. , I 1 : t .. 4 .t I .. j - times. From s bright and beautiful Chris tian home s husband or son will go out to die. 0, how long you had that boy in your prayers I'- He does not know bow many sleepless nights you have spent over him. He does not understand how many tears you have shed for his waywardness. O, It Is hard, after you hare toiled for a child and given him every advantage ana evory nina boss, to have him par you back In Ingrati tude 1 As one BabbatH morning a father came to the foot of the pulpit aa I stepped out of it and sold, "O my son, my son, my son I" There is many a young man proud of his mother, who would strike into thej dust any man who would Insult nor, wno is si this moment himself, by his evil doing and his bad habits, sharpening a dagger to plunge through that mother's heart. A tele gram brought him from afar. He went bloated and scarred Into the room ana be stood by tbe lifeless form of bis mother. Her gray hair; It fad turueo gray in sor row. Those eyes nad wept nooasoi wars over his wandering. ThatstUl white band bad dose him many a klndno and had written many a loving invitation and good counsel. Ho had broken her old heart. He came into the room and threw himself on the casket and he sobbed outright i "Mother, mother I',' but those lips that had kissed bin) Id infancy and uttered ao many kind words, spoke not; they were sealed... Rather than havo such a memory come on my sool,! would prefer to have roll on mo the Alps and the Himalayas. . , But while sometimes there are sons woo turn ont very badly coming from good homes, I want to ton you for your encour agement it is a great exception. Yet an un happy and undisciplined home Is the poison ous caldron from wblch a vast mniumae drink their death, .. .. t n. I remark that another caldron at in iquity is an Indolent life.. All the rail trains down the Hudson river yeeterday; all the rail trains on the Pennsylvania route, all the trains on th Long Island road brought to those cities young men to begin commercial life. Borne of them are here this morning, I doubt not Do you know what one of your great temptations is going to bet It is the example of indolent people In our eities. They are in all our cities. They dress bet tor than some who are industrious, i ney have access to all places of amusement plenty of money, and yot Idle, They hong around onr great hotels the Fifth Avonue, the Windsor, the Brunswick, tho Btuyve santthe Gilsey House all our . beautiful hotels, you find them around there any day men who do nothing, never earn anything, vet well drewed. having plenty. Wbyshould I work! Why should you work! Why drudge and tofl in bank' sod shop and offloe, or on the scaffolding, or by the anvil,' When those men pi alongsowoll and do not Work. Borne of them hang around tha city nana of our great cities, toothpick in their month, waltlnfj for some erumo to laii rrom we officeholder's tolilo. Rome of them hang around the city hall for the city van bring ing criminals from the station house. They stand there and gloat over it really enjoy tho disgrace aud suffering of thoso poor creatures as they got out of tho city van and go into tfce courts. Whore do tbey pet their meney I i nai is what you ask. That la what I ask. Only four ways of getting money only four: by Inheritance, by earning It, by begging iv Dy stealing it; and there am a vast multitude among us who get thelrllvingnotbeinherit hnce, nor by earning it, nor by beeging it I do not like to take the responsibility of say ing how they get It! , . . ; Now. these men era a constant temptation. Why should I toil and wear myself out in the bank, or tbo office, or the store, or the shop, or the factory t These men have nothing to da - They get along a great deal better. And that is the temptation under which a great manv young men fall They begin to consort with these men, theseldlers, and they go down the same awful steep. The number of men in our cities who are try ing to get their living by their wit and by elelpht of hand Is all the time Increasing. A New York merchant saw a young man, one of his clerks, in half disguise, going Into a very low place of amusement Tbe merchant sold to himself: "I must look out for that clerk: he is going In bad company and going in bod plncc; I must look out for him." A few months passed on, and one morning the merchant entered his store, and this clerk of whom I have been speak ing came up in assumed consternation and said: "O, sir, the store has been on Are; I have put out the hro, bot there are a great many goods lost, we have had a greatcrowd of people coming and going." Then the merchant took the clerk by the collar and said: "I have had enough of tbls; you oaa not deceive me; where are those goods you stolof" The young man instantly confessed his villainy. O, the numbers of people hi these great eities who are trying to get their living not honestly I And they are a mighty tempta tion to the Industrious young man who eaa not understand it While these other have It so easy they have it so hard. Horatiuaof olden time was told that be could have Just as much ground as he could plow around with a yoke of oxen In one day. He hooked up the oxen to the plow and he cut a very large circle and plowed until he came to the same point where he started, and all that property waa his. Hut I have to tell you to day that Just so much financial, Just 10 much moral, Just so much spiritual possession you will have as yon compass with your own In dustrles, and Just so much from the mora ingof your life to theeveulngof your life can plow around with your own hard work. "Go to the ant thou sluggard ; consider her way and bo wis." One of the most awful caldrons of death to-day is auSndolent Ufa Thank God that you have to work. , ILL Once more I remark: that tbe dram shop is grout caldron of iniquity in our time. Anacharsts suid that the vine bore throe grapes; the first was Pleasure, tbe next was Drunkenness, and the next waa Misery. Every saloonabovegroundorunder ground Is a fountain- of iniquity. It may have a license and it may go along quite re spectably for awhile, but after awhile the cover will fall off and tbo color of the Iniqui ty will be displayed. "O," says some one, "you ought to be easier on such traffic wbon It pays such a large revenue to tho government, and helps support your schools and your great institu tions of mercy." And then I think of what William E. Gladstone sald-I think It was the first time he waa chancellor of the ex chequer when men engaged In the ruinous trafllo came to him and said their business ought to have more consideration from the fact that it paid such a large revenue to th English Government - Mr. Gladstone said) "Gentlemen, don't worry yourselve about the revenue; giv m thirty million of sober people, and we'll have - revenue enough and a surplus." i ' ' ; We might In this country this traffio per ishedhave leas revenue, but we would have more happy homes, and we would have mors peace, and we would have fewer peo ple In the penitentiary, and then would bo tons of thousands ot men who are now on th road to hell who would start on tbe road to heaven. - - But the financial ruin Is a very small part of It This iniquity af which I speak take every thing that is sacred out of the family, every thing that la holy In religion, every thing that is Infinite in tbe soul, snd trample It under foot ' Tbe marring day has come. . Tbe twain are at the altar. Lights flash. Music sounds. Gay foat go np ana flown the drawing-room. - Did S vessel launch on such bright and beauti ful scat. The scone changes. Dingy gar ret Ho fire. - On a broken chair a sorrow-: ful wife. . Last hope gone. Poor, forsaken, trodden under foot, she knows all the sor row of botng a drunkard's wife. "O," she says, "he was the kindest man that ever lived, he was so noble, be was so good I God never made a grander man tban he waa, but the drink did it, the drink did it." Borne day she will press her hand against her tem ple and cry: "O my brain, my brain I" or she will go out upon the abutment of th bridge some moonlight night and look down on the glassy surface and wonder if under that glassy surface there la not some rest for a broken hesrt. A yonng man, through the intercession of metropolitan friends, gets a place in a bank or store. He is going to leave his country home. That morning they are up early In the old homestead. Tbe trunk is on the wagon. Mother says:.. "My son, I put a Bible in the trunk, I hope yon will read it often." Bhe wipes the tears away with her apron. "O," he says, "oomo, don't you be worried, I know-bow to take care of my self.. Don't be worried about me." The father says: "My son, be a good boy and write home often; your mother will be anxious to hear from you." Crack I goes tbe whip, and over tho bills goes the wagon.- Five years have passed on, and a dissipated life has done ltoork for that young man. , There is a hoarse coming up tn front of the old homestead. . The young men of the neighborhood who have stayed on the farm come In and say: "Is It possible! Why, he doesn't look natural, does he I Is that the fair brow we used to know! Is that th healthy cheek we used to know! It can't be possible that is be." The parents - stand looking at the gash In the forehead i from which the life oosed out, and they lift their hands and sayi "O my son Absalom, my son, my son Absalom;, would God I had died for thoe, O Absalom, my son, my son I" .- Lorenzo de Medici was very sick, and some of his superstitious friends thought if they oould dissolve a certain number of pearls In a cup and then he would drink them it would cure him of the disease. Bo they went around, and thoy gathered up all tbe beauti ful pearls thoy could find, and they dis solved them In a cup, and the tick man drank them. O, it was an expensive draught. But I tell you of a morecxpensive draught than that Drunkenness puts into it cup tho pearl of physical health, the pearl of domestic happiness, the pearl of respectability, the pearl of Christian hope, the pearl of on everlasting heaven, and presses it to the hot lips. J tell you tbe dramshop Is the gate of helL Tbe trouble is, they do not pot up the right kind of a sign. They have a great many different kkids of giM now on place where strong drink is sold. One is called the "res taurant," and another Is culled the "sa loon," and another Is called the "hotel," and another is called the "wlno cellar," nd another is called the "sample room." What a name to give one of those places I A "sample loom I" I saw a man on the steps of one of those "sample rooms," the otherday.dcod drunk; I said tomyself : "I suppose thst is a sample 1" I tell you it Is the gate o( hell. - " "O," says some man, "I am kind, I am Indulgent to my family, I am right In many respects, I am geueroua,. and 1 have too grand and generous a moral nature to be thrown In that way." - Let me say that the persons who are In the most peril have the largest hearts, the best education, the bright est prospect. This sin chooses the fattest lambs for it sacrifice. The brightest gar lands are bv this carbuuoled band of drunk nnes torn off the brow of the poet and orator. ' Charles Lamb, answer I Thome Hood,answerl Hheridan, tbe English orator, answer I Edgar A. Foe, answer! Junius Brutns Booth, answer! O, come and look over Into it while I draw off the cover bang over it and lookdownln to it, and see the seething, boiling, loath some, smoking, agonizing, blaspheming hell of the drunkard. Toung man, be master of your appetites and passiona. There are nun dreds-rinlghl- 1 not say thousands! of young men in , this house . tbls m m- ing .voting .men of . fair prospects. ) your trust in the Lord God and all la v ell But - yoa - will be tempted. Perbapa ! you ,tnay this moment be addressed on the first 8abbath of your coming to the great city, and I give you this brotherly counsel. ' I speak not in a perfunctory way. I speak as au older brother talks to a younger brother. I put my hand on your shoulder this day and commend you to Jesus Christ who Himself waa a young man and died while yet a young man, and baa sympathy for ail young men. O, be master, by; tbe grace of God, of your appotltes and pas alona. Iolose with a peroration. Ministers and speakers are very apt to close with a perora tion, and they generally roll np some grand imagery to express what they have to aay. I close with a peroration mightier tban waa ever uttered by mere human lips. Two quotations. . The first is this: "Who hath woe! : who bath babbling who bath wounds .without causol Tbey that tarry long at the wine, they that go to seek mixed wine.' Look not upon the wlno when it is red, when It moveth itself aright in the cup, for at tho last It blteth like a serpent andsttngeth like an adder." This is the other quotation. Make up your mind a to which is the more Impressive. I think the last is the mightier : "Rejoice, O young man, in thy youth, and let thy heart cheer thoe in the days of thy youth, and walk thou in the sight of thine own eyes ; but know thou that for all these things God will bring thee into Judgment" , , SNOW FORTIFICATIONS. A Naw Kind of Hraaataerks Built by the -ft- (lovarnmant of Norway, enow doe not look or feel as If It would form a breastwork that would with stand cannon balls. Experiment have just been made in Norway under Govern ment orders, and they have proved that snow eaa wlthstaud the force of cannon balls. How some of our boy would have enjoyed making these breastworks I First, snowballs were rolled np and piled together, the space between being closely packed with snow, forming a perfectly solid wall, twenty meters long, one-quarter high, and three meters thick at the ground ; this sloped to about two meter. The shot wer fired from Gurmann guns, at a distano of fifty meters. The breastworks, it was found, would not stand where less than three me ters thick. Where the snow waa free from ic fragment, tha projectiles were found flattened on one side. Water was poured over the breastworks, and tbe next day was frosen solidly. Bbota were fired at one hundred meters end penetrated through the wall; some balls were never found, but those picked up were Brand nnaltered in shape. Freexing made tbo snow porous. The final conclusion waa that If the breast works were not sloping, but a uniform wall of two and one-half meters thickness, mow breastwork will defy any projectile thrown at any distance. Christian Union. the nor God empties yeur hsnds for other wark, th Bore you may know hs kaa special work to five them. Carrtt ' The happiness ot love Is in action ; It testis what one la willing to do tor ths other. -Beu Hur. BOOKSELLER Druggist PHOTO-ALBUMS Very Choice. SCRAP BOOKS A full lino. . PAPETERIE8 In late designs. : ; - . FINE STATIONERY and writing materials. NEW PUBLICATIONS, selected with reference toperma- T nent rake and to meet all tastes. . LIBRARY SETS of standard works. ' v CHEAP BOOKS-A large assortment. ' ' ' ' ' ' CYCLOPEDIAS and DICTIONARIES. 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TAMARACK lontc diuretic, sltenuvt aad lis- g . auve. 1 V5 i tJV.-fr ' IN ADDITION to that ABOVE, which are tmrywhen racoanM W 1 MEDICAL FACULTY ubeuuj tha beat kaowa Blood Tonica, our eaedtcuM cootaiue RAMKHUOb, readctfcc Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup UNRIVALED tn merit It h 1 Itofa Vfcmlly Madlolna. Seeaoae H cootalns so "olaoa at aplnta Children, Invalids and drllots peraoa will Snd It the heat medians and Ionic they can aa. Ms eon should be without U. Aiwa ye la eaaaoa. Ari. Smmmtr, Autmm mn4 WhU ' II yo cannot procure U ot yoar druggiei, acrid direct to us. Price ir( 6 botllee IS.oe. Flatten 30 TESTIMONIALS WORTHY OF CONFIDENCE. : . Mr dnturhter Maud lets sard Hibbard's Rheu malic Syrup and Plotters, which you so etronf ly recomrnenderi her to try for inflammatory rheuraa tlem. Her limbs Ware badly swollen, sad the poor irirl was In terrible esjony. tn tha midst of the pain we wound the Piasters abort her limbef and, aa i veeuH the aweiluw was redumi sod aha becaia Sulet and reeled. The syrup correctrd her Indters on, cleansed the rheumatic poison from her blood, nd ehs le now able to be around the kooae, liib- bard'e Rheumatic Vyrup sad Plaarers era remedies n greet mem, ' n av. I. unaware, raator r irst at. s. inurcn, rresnoni, atica. A CURE CURE FOR RHEUMATIOr.lv AND STATIONER ! and Optician, 1 ; . . V- DEPOSITORY. FINE JJLLU8. Monumental Works. m a. f rr 1 i S MIL- . r " v , . - ot evei V oijiL- uijU Vi.iaiy. invw .lig iand Granite a specialty. Call and see us before purchasing. We DO NOT Aeial in the Inn called! everlasting White It will stain, mst and crack. va Do not take out statement xor u uui rJ come with us and we will show you tha- Casll will be given to any Presidents XT NEVER FAILS. HIBBARlrS . RHEUMATIC SYRUP AND PLA8TER8. . No remedies known so kiMy endorfed by its horns people, aa the treatment af Hbenraauaat loA all Wood Uiaeaeea. Oat Medical Pamphlet, treatise SO RheuraeS tiam, and all Blood sad Issul Diaeaaea, lent fret oa applKaiAia. Rheumatic Syrup Coi iornpany, JACKSON, MICH. aa excellent tank, laxative and alterative. acUAf upon )heiTeUvalidabeorteladW ikeborfj: M ANORAK! H powerful to Ua action, work with great eaarjnr apoa the Ueet and email a uatinas, sad is invariably aaad inr katorreai coDjaV 61 ion. 11 R 0 0 C K as no eentl for tha caws af hHmaere, fcy plul, kidney, Liver and nil blue, l ued hf-refn. DOM ROOT e cathartic aad an.etjofvioo:,itMy I aeirtfTH-d for he vlrtiwe In curing (irat, Kneoit tiara, syphilis, Serolela,Caoje sod all Mun lUeaaeas, Auttow, Mich., Dee. an, 18. While eirmkrtea M rent of the Mlehiraa Oeaeral Keleraa lonpawrai Augusta, Mick., about seven yews mf, my kJdneyk became diseased, end I havo besra a reei eSwf eversince, Have eooeeked lbs ksedinf fTm of thle city and Ann Arbor, and all pronouoceel jy eaaa Brit-Jit's disease, SoSark assdre a ears SrJWjs attack In October last, besan akin Hibbird s F1W matlc Svnin. sod sm tod.y a wU man. lt aswc