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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22; 1889.
Is Consumption Incurable F Head the following r u. n. morns, Uewark. Ark., says : "Wm down with Abscess of Iudrs and frsends and phr .Iclsns pronounced. '.e5;5ej eonsumptlYe. QeWtoWSpJiBwA New Discover lor !eoasuiApwirV-am now on my third fcottle and add able to. oversee the work oh my' ftrtn. It Is the finest medicine made." Jesse Mid dlewart, Decatur, O., 17 i "Had It pot been for Dr. Klng'sNew DisooTery t fi.Kkm'srfmptlon 1 would bate died of ..lung trouble. Was given up by doctors. ; -Xn T now In best of bealth.'Xry " Bamblebottlesite at Adanuf. 11 ft . 1 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '' : . Th Population of .Wellington Is about 8,000, and we would say -at least ene-balf are troubled with some affection I the throat and lungs, as those com plaints are, according to statistics, more Bumerous than others. We would adylse all onr readers pot to eglect the ;Oppo. .unity toll on ihetr drungistt and jet bottle ot Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lanrs. Trial sice tree. Large battle 50c ' andfl. Bold by all druggists. :. BaeUeas Arnica Salr.- : . The best salve In the world for own, . 4rasesi seres, ulcers, salt rheum, fern area, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positive, ly cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to f Ws perfect satisfaction, money retonded.r Price 28 cents pet box. Far Bale bt Woof? Adams. ' 161 806 in Six Months. ' v.nWflrt rviemlcal Co. Waterton ,N. 7. ' 1 chtlnm.n i 1 takt felsMwe. In ih ofmthg!ft. of trier rrdjideifDl suceeSB 'we fiavt 03 ptfk rotrtr ; -ftUM Balsanl. . iWe bnVe'sold in the ' llatt: U ; months Bv6 'bbttiesv :' We have gnaranteed near ly every bottle but as yet have bad only four returned. I rm In receipt of soeres f testimonials from the most promin ent residents of our elty which 1 should like to send yon. Trial sue iree. a, W. Adams the L adlng Drngglst ' Yours Respectfully, 8. Felt, Jr, Druggist. Bermon by Rev; T. DeWltt Tal- What Caleb's Wwldloc Gift to Blf DaafB 'j ' m'. jadhsaU SI (a I Am No Life on Earth So Happy a a Really Christian Lira, 5 I i-nniiehSnavIn Llrimentremovesall Hard, Soft, or Ca'lousd Lomps and Blemishes from horses Bieoa opayio, Curbs, Splints, Sweeney Ring-bone,. Allies, Bpralns.all Swollen Throats, Couirhs, Etc. Save $60 by use of one bottle. Warranted. Sold by W. E. Adams,Drug:lBt,Welllngton,O.44-a0t i.l,; r ' Eloctrio Bitters. -.' This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no "pedal mention; All who have used Ilectrio Eitters sing the same song ol - prolse. A purer medicine does not ex-1 far anrl It U s-naranteed to do all that ll claimed. Electric Bitters will cure . all Cleases of the liver and kidneys, will remove pimples, boils, salt rbsum and . other enactions cansed by impure blood "Will drive malaria from the system and - prevent as well as cure all malarial '"fevers.1 For cure of Headoche, Consti pation and Indigestion try Elsctrlc '..antlers. Entire satisfaction guaran teed, or money refunded. Price 80 eu. ' and 1.00 per bottle at Adams' drug o tore. Ths Han diomeit Lady ' 1 In Wellington remarked to a friend the ether day that she knew Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs was a snpnior remedy as It stopped her congn instantly when otnercoagh remedies bad no effect whatever. Bo to prove this and convice fnu of it merit, any druggist will give vou 'a sample bottle free. Large site 60 Cents and one dollar. Brioht's DisEASiCtJRKD. Three years ago 1 eras attacked with kidney trouble, which in a few menihs terminated in Brlght's disease. My physician saia mv esse was Incurable. 1 triea a inert kiiin nit rarwleed no benefit until friend persuaded me to try Dr. Burdlck's Kidncvcure. Isentsndgot one bottle; k.far that hi half rone I felt a change, One bottle removed from my body and i fnmt fifteen nounds of water, which had been very badly swollen. I used twelve bottles and was entirely cured, and never hhd any return ol the disease since. I would recommend this medicine to all suffering with kidney or liver trouble, to which 1 ewe mj iuu. Respectfully jeurs,,'"', ' ELMia Jacasow. Wooulrury.l. J. 75 cenU and $1. F D Felt. 43 lm " Itch, Vange, and Scratches on linman or antmaia cured in w minutes vj nwi lord's Bsnltary Lotion. This never tall. Sold by B.W. Adams, Drnggist, Welling. ten, OtlV ' V- '"'44 i , . m . To The Citizens of Wellington. Fred D. Felt, the drurelit. of Welling ton. will keen lor sale the celebrated . ludlan PIU. manulactured bv the eminent ;Dr. R. MacFarland ol Genoa, O. This Is . fha nlll that cures headache, slok or ner vous, also constipation, and tor one failure we offer $100 11 directions are carried oat We can tell you more, they cure rheuma tism, sclatic.or chronic. Inflammatory. All stomach diseases yield every time to this great discovery. They will positively sure all diseases ot the orlnsrv organs ii curable from any medicine. The secret Is -they cure the liver and will not fall. Do ot tall to try this medicine; $1 a box, 60 illls in each box. Call at Fell's drug store or them. Felt only keeps them, Well lnirton. Ask for the little book giving symptoms. This Is the great blood starcn er or the world. N R Pelt's onlv. Remember Dr MacFarland'spllI Is the only genuine MscFarland pill on earth. . 1 WhatB.Il.CdoDer.Bays. . . : 1 ! Jackson-besV sir: " j Ud tWaW's dlfieiwe in th won lorsn. 1 pssdno . Jkxtles of our medic-hie. BurdlCs'S Kid 'nev Core, and It has done wonders tot ae. - 'The Swelling has left my body and limbs and I am so well I can walk ont again This la the only remedy that wauld reach any case, mce 70 cents. What John L. Hades, of Woodbury, K R. ears: J. E. Jacksoa. Dear Bli : "I had kidney tronbla for years very bad . tnr twine at times wtre so great I would . soil the floor. I thought my case a help, less one. , I used two bottles ol your med ' icloe. (Burdlck's Kidney Cure) and now I ean do any kind of work I recommend this to all aufferers. Price 75 cents and . 11.23. For sale by Fred D. Foil, i l.j Loose's Bed Clover: Pile) Remedy Is a positive ' specific lor? all' forms of the disease. ' Bllrd. Bleeding. Itching. M oersted, ahd Protruding Piles.. Price 50 "New Springs of Joy" was the subject of Rev. T. DeWltt -TaJraage recent sermon, the text Dotne:' ' Thou hast aiven me a south land; gtvemeaUo springs of water. And pegara Mr vtf upper springs, and toe BSther pring"-4vhua xr. 19. The elo quent divine poko as tollowsl The eity of Dobtr was the Boston of an tlqtlty a great place for brain and books. CSleb wanted it, and he offered his daughter Aohsah as a prite to any one who would cap ture that city. It was a strange thing for Caleb to do; and yet the man that could taketna city would have, at any rate, two elements of manhood bravery and patriot ism. With Caleb's daughter as a prise to light for, General Othnlel rode into the bat tle. The' gates of Deblr were thundered into the dust, and the city of books lay at s feet of the conquerors! ' The work done, Othnlel comes back to claim hla bride. Having conquered the city, it ia no 'gnat Job for him to conquer the girl's heart; far however a woman faidt hearted herself may be, she always loves courage in a man. I never saw an exoeption to that The wed ding featlvity having gone by, Othnlel and KefrMUi are about te ge to their new home. However loudly the cymbals may clash and the slaughter -ling,- parent are ' always Sad when a fondly cherished daughter goes off to stay ; and Aohsah, the ' daughter of OaHb, know that now la the time to ask at moat any thlrig She wanU of her father. It seenp that Caleb, the good oldtnanhad given Mwedding.preieuttohui daughter, a piece of land that was monntalnons, and sloping southward toward the deserU of Arabia, swept with some very -hot winds. It was called a "south land." But Achsah wants an addition of land; she wants a piece of land that la well watered and fertile. Now It is no wonder that Caleb, standing amidst the bridal party, his eyes so full of tears be cause she was goto; away that he could hardly see her st all, gives her more than she asks. Bhe said to him: "Though hast given me a south land ; give me also springs of water. And he gave her the upper springs, and the nether springs." what a suegestlve passage! The fact Is, that as Caleb, the father gave Achsah, the daughter, a south land, so God gives to ns His world. I am very thankful He has given It to ns. But I am like Achsah in the fact that I want a largo portion. Trees-, and flowers, and grass, and blue skies are very well in their plscos; but he who has noth ing but tola world for a portion has no por tion at all. It is a mountainous land, sloping 08 toward the desert of 'sorrow, swept by fiery siroccos; It is a "south land," a poor portion for any man that tries to put his trust in it What has been yoMrexporience! What has been the experience of every man, of every ' woman that has tried this world for a portion! Queen Elitabeth, amidst the surroundings of pomp, is un happy because the painter sketches too minutely the wrinkles on her face, and She Imllnnntly cries out: "Tou must strike off my likeness without any shadows." Hogarth, at the very' height of hla artistlo triumph, la stuns; almost to death with cha grin beranM the painting he had dedicated to the king ones not seem to be acceptable; for Geo rye II. cries out : "Who is this Ho garth I .lake his trumoery out of my pros ear. Brinsley Hherklaa thrilled the earth with his eloquence, but had for his last words i- "I am absolutely undone."" Walter Scott, fumbling around the inkstand, trying to write, aaya to his daughter: "O, take me back to my room ; 'there hv no rest for Rir Walter but In the grave." Stephen Gtrnrd, the wealthiest man in hla day, or, at, any rate, only second In wealth, says: "I lire the life of s galley slave; when I arise in the morals? my one effort is to work so hard that I ran sleep when it gets to he night" Charles Lamb, applauded of all the world, in the very midst of his literary, triumph says: "Do yon remember, Bridget, when we med to laugh from the shilling gallery at the play 1 There are now no good plays to laugh at from the boxes." But why go so far as that! I need to go no farther than your street to nnd an illustra tion of what I am saving. Pick me out ten successful worldlings without any religion, and you know what I moan by successul worldlings pick me out tea successful worldlings, aw you can not find more than one that looks happy. Care drags him across the bridge; care drags him back. Take your stand at two o'clock at the corner of Nassau and Wall etreets, or at the corner of Canal street and Broadway, and the agonized physiognomies, your bank era, your insuranoe men, your importers, yonr wholesalers, and your retailers, as a class as a class, are they happy I No. Cerq dogs their steps; and, making no appeal to God for help or comfort they are tossed everywhither. How baa it been with you, my hearer! Are yon more contented In the houae of fonrtecn rooms than you were in the two rooms yon had In a house when you started 1 Have yon not bad more care and worriment since you won that 190,000 than yon did beforat Borne of the poorest men I have ever known have been those of great fortune. A man ot small means may be put in great business straits, but the ghastliest of all embarrassmenta is that of the man who has large estates. The men who commit suicide because of monetary losses are those who can not bear the burden any more, be cause thev have only 1 "0,000 left On Bowling Green, New York, there la a house where Talleyrand nsed to go. He wsa a favorite man. All the world knew him, and he hsd wealth almost unlimited ; yet at the close of his life be aaya :"Hehold, eighty- three years have passed without any practi cal result save fatigue of body and fatigue of mind, great discouragement for the future and great disgust for the past" O, my friends, this is a "south land," and It slopes off toward deserts of sorrow i and the prayer which' Aehaah made to her fsthor Caleb, we make this dav to onr Father Ood "Thou bast given me a south linfl; give me also springs of water. And he joive her the, nnner sorts, and the aeOher SDrlBrt." I Bleascd)pa Goal We have more advan tages given us thten we eaa rrallyUppro date. Ws have' spiritual blessings offered ns in this world which 1 shallcall Us aether erjrtn. end (lottos in tkrorld to Some which I shall call the upper springs. , Where shall I find words enough threaded with light to set forth the pleasures of relig ion! David, unable to describe it In words, Stayed It on a harp. Mrs. Uemana, not find ig enough power In prose, sings that praise ta a canto. Christopher Wren, unable to do acrtbelt In langusge.aprung It Into the arches of Bt Paul's. John Bunyan, unable to pre sent It In ordinary phraseology, takes all the fascination of. allogory. Handel, with ordinary music unable to reach the height of the theme, roe sos it up in an oratorio. O, there Is no life en earth so happy as a Walls' Christian life. 1 do not moan a sham Christian life, but a real Christian life. Where .there is a- thora there is a whole rartidid of rosea. Whereihere Is one groan, ttwro are three (oxologtos. ; Where there is one day of cloud, there is a whole season of sunshine, .tsics tne numoiest vanavan.nua the you know angels ef God-csmopy ha with their wnlte wings; ine ugnuungs w Heaven are bis armed allies -, the Lord Is his shepherd, picking out - for ' him green pastures by still watrrsj if he walk forth, Heaven is his bodyguard; if he lie down to. sleep, ladders of light, angel blossoming, are let into his dreams ; U be be thirsty, the potentates of Heaven are his onp bearers ; II he sit down' to food, his plain table blooms into the King's banquet Men say ;('Look at that old follow with the worn out coat;" . the suMlsof ttod ors: "Lift up jour heads, ; ye everlasting gates, and let him oomolnP' Fastidious people cry : "Get off toy front steps;" the doorkeepers of Heaven cry: "Come you blessed ol my lames', inneni the kinadoml" When be ectnea to die, though He may be carried out in a pine nox to i the potter's field, to the potter's field the chariots of Christ will come down, and the calvacade will crowd all the boulevards of Heaven. : ' !' (' f V if I .! I bless Christ for the present satisfaction of religion. It makes a man all right with reference to the past) It makes a man all right with reference to the future. U, these . nether springs of eomfortl They are perea- niaL The -foundation oi God standout sure having this seal, "The Lord knoweth them that are Hla." "The mountaius shall depart and the hills be removed, but my. kindness shall Sot depart from thee, neither shall the covenant of my peace be removed, salth the Lord, who hath mercy upon them.1? O, cluster of diamonds set m burnished gold I O, aether springs ef comfort bursting through all the valleys of trial and tribula tion! When yon see, yoa of the world, what satisfaction there is on earth iu religion, do tou aot thirst after it as the daughter ef Caleb thirsted after the water springs I n Is no stagnant pond, scummed over with malaria, but springs of water leaning from the Bock of Ages I Take up one cup of that epring water, and across the top of the chalice will float the delicate shadows oltne heavenly wall, the' yellow of Jasper, the green of emerald, the blue of sardonyx, the fire of Jacinth. -- I I wish I could make you understand .the lor religion Is to some of us. it muss ta man happy while he lives, and glad when be dies. With two feet upon a Chair and burst ing with dropsies, I heard an old man in the poor house cry out: "Bless the Lord, oh my soul I" I looked around and said: "What has this man cot to thank Ood for!" It makes the lame man leap like the hart, and the dumb sing. They say that the old run. tan religion is a iulceless and Joyless relig ion ; butl remember reading of Dr. Goodwla, the celebrated Puritan, Who, in nis last mo ments said: "Is this dying! Why, my bow abides in strength! I am swallowed up ha God." "Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are poaoe." O, you who have been trying to satisfy yourselves wltn the "south land" of this world, do you sot feel that you would, this morning, like to have access to the nether springs of spiritual comfort! Would you not like to have Jesus Christ bend over your cradle and bless your table and heal yonr wounds, and strew pow ers of consolation all up and down the graves of your dead I ... . , ; ' Tls religion thst eaa give Sweetest plcssores while ws live) ' i 'Tls religion ean supply .,, ,. ' Bwsetast comfort when ws die." ' Butl have something better to tell yon, suggested by this text It seems that old father Caleb on the- wedding day of his daughter wanted to make her Just as happy M possible. Though Othnlel waa taking her away, and nia neart waa almost oroxen because she waa going, yet he gives her a "sonth land;" not only that but the nether springs l not only that, but the upper springs. O, God, my Father, I thank Thee that Thou hast given me a "south land" In thla world; and the nether springs of spirit ual comfort in thla world; but, more, than all, I thank Thee for the upper springs m Heaven. ' ''-'! It Is very fortuate we eaa hot see Heaven until we got into it O, .Christian maa,' if you could see what a place it Is, we would never get you back again to ine omce, or store, or shop, and the duties yon ougfct to perform would go neglected. 1 am glad l shall not see that world until I enter it Sup. pose we were allowed to go on an excursion Into that good land wltn ine iaoa or return, lng. When we got there, and heard tb song, and looked at their raptured faces, and mingled in the supernal society, wl would cry out: "Let us stay I We are com ing here anyhow. Why take the trouble Ol going back again to that old world. We art here now, let us stay." Ana it wouia wsa angelic violence to put us out of that world If once we got there. But as people wno can. hot afford to pay lor an entertainment sometimes come around it and look through the door ajar, or through the openings In the fence, so we come and look through the crevices in thst good land which God haa provided for us. We can Just catch a glimpse ot it we come near enougn vo hear the rumbling of the eternal orchestra, though not near enough to know who blows the cornet or who nngers tne narp. aiy soni spreads out both wings and claps them in trwmph at the thought of those upper serines. One of them breaks from beneath the throne: anotuer nreaaa rortn irom ne- neath the altar of the temple; another at the door of the "house of many mansions." Uoner springs of gladness I Upper springs oflightl Uppcrspringsof lovel Itis no fancy of mine. "The Lamb which Is in the mldstoi the throne shall lead them to living foun tains of water." O, Baviour divine, roll la upon our souls one of those anticipated rap tores t Four around the roots of the parched tongue one drop of that liquid life! Toss be fore our vision those fountains of God, rain bowed with eternal victory. Hear it They are never sick there ; not so much ss s head ache, or twinge rheumatic, or thrust neu ralgio. The Inhabitant never says: "I atq sick." . They are never tired there. Flight to farthest world ' is i only the play of a holiday. They never sin there. It Is as easy for them to be holy as It is for us to sin. They never die there. Ton might go through all the Outskirts of the great city and find not one place where the ground waa broken for a grave. The eyesight of the redocmed is never blurred with tears. There is health in every cheek. There Is spring iu every foot There Is ma esty in every brow. There Is Joy in every heart There Is bosanna on every Up. How they must pity us ss they look over and down and see us, and sayt "Poor things away down In that world." And when some Christian Is hurled Into a fatal aod dent they cry: "Good! he Is coming I" And When we stand around the ooucb of some loved one (whose strength is going away) and we shake our beads foTbodingly, they cry : "I am glad he la worse; be has been down there long enough, more, he dead I Ceme home I Come home I" O, we could only get our Ideas about that future wortd untwisted our thought of transfer from here to there would be as pleasant to us as it was to a little child that was dying. Bhe said: "Papa, when will I go hornet" And be soldi "TcmUt, Florence." "To-day! Hosooat I am so glad I" I wish I could stimulate you with those though W, oh Christian man, to tha highest possible exhilaration. Tha day of your de liverance la coailng, is coming, It Is roll ing on with the shining wheels of the dsy aod the Jet wheels of the night Every thump of the heart Is only a hammer stroke striking off another chain of clay. Bettor scour ths deck and coil the rope, the harbor 4 only! six! tpflea aWaV." Jesus? wQI 'come downsn wie "Narrows' .te meet yon. ,NoW . is your salvation nearer than when yon believed.'' h-.wi ai ,c4- s;, i Vtit orgiveo man, unpardoned man, will yon not to day make a choice between these two portloBSbot ween the "south land" of this world which slopes to the desert and this glorious land which thy Father offers thee, running with eternal water oourses! Why let your tongae ha consumed with thirst when there are the nether springs and the upper springs, .comfort here and glory hereafter! .. . ; : . v ; M . . . . ' Let me toll you, my dear brother, that the silliest and wickedest thing a man ever does is to reject Jesus Christ The loss of the soul is a mistake that can not be corrected. It Is a downfall that knows no alleviation; it is a ruin that Is remediless;, it is a sick ness that haa no medicament; it Is a grave rnto which a man goes but never comes out Therefore, putting my hand en y our shoulder one brother put his hand on the shoulder Of a brother, I say this day, be .manly and surrender your heart to' Christ You have been long enough serving-the world; now begin to serve the Lord who bought yon. Yea have tried long enough to carry .these burdens; let Jesus Christ put his shoulder under your burden. Do I bear snyone in the audience say: "I mean to attend .to that after awhile; It la not Just the time!" I It is the time, .lor the simple rea son that you are sure of no other; and .'God sends you here this morn ing, and he sent me here to confront yon with this message; and you must hear now that Christ died to save your soul, and that if yoa want to be saved yod may be saved. Whosoever will let him come." ' Tou will never find any more convenient season than this. Borne of you have been waiting ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty and sixty roars." Onsome of you the snow has fallen J see it on your brow, and yet you have not attended to those duties which belong to the Very springtime of life. It is Beptem berwith yon now, It is October with you, it is December with you.' I am no alarm ist I simply know this: if a man does aot repent in this world be never re pents at all, and that now is the accepted 'time, and now is the day of salvation. O, put off this matter no longer. Do not turn yonr hack on Jesus Christ who comes to save you, lest you snouia lose your soui. ' On Monday morning a friend of mine started from New York to celebrate her birthday with her daughter in Virginia. On Saturday of the same week, Just after Sunrise, I stood at the gate of Greenwood waiting for ber silent form to oome In. It waa a long Journey to take In one weea from New York to Philadelphia, from Phila delphia to Baltimore, from Baltimore to Washington, from Washington to Virginia, from Virginia into the great eternity. What thy hand findeth to do, do It" BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER! r and ; V ' i WWlt'trj" ud i 'l HOTO-ALBUJISYery Choice. ; SCRAP BOOKS-Afull line. ' , ! .; ' APETERIES-Iri late designs. , . , FINE STATIONERY and writing materiala.' NEW PUBLICATIONS, selected with reference to Mma!' ' i- ' 4 i.s j' ' ' . . . ... .. iieut vaiue ana vo meet ail tastes. 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Itis a huge triple- peaked mass of dark brown basalt six or eight miles in length, wnore it rronis tne river and rises to a height of almost 8,000 feet above the water. - That It Is in motion is the last thought which would be likely to suggest it self to the mind of any one pass ing It: vet it Is a well established fact that this entire mountain is moving slowlv but steadily toward the river, as if It hsd a deliberate purpose some ume in tne future to dam the Columbia and rorm great lake from the Cascades to the Dalles. Tha Indian traditions indicate immense movements of the mountains hereabouts, long bnfoie white men came to Oregon ; and the early settlers, immigrants, msnyoi tnem from Few England, gave the above de scribed mountainous ridge the name of traveling mountain," or "sliding moun tain." In lui forward and downward movement the forests along the base of the ridge have become submerged In the river. Large tree stubs can be seen standing deep in the water on this shore. The railway engineers and the track men find that the line of the ran road which skirts the foot of the mountain is being continually forced out of place. At certain points the roadbed and rails have been pushed eight or ten feet out of line in the course of a few years. The mountain is manifestly moving nnon the river, and geologists attribute thla strange phenomenon to the fact that the basalt which constitutes the Bum oi tne mountain rests on a substratum of con glomerate, or the soft sandstone, which the deep, swift current of the mighty river is wearing sway; or that this softer subrock is of itself yielding, at great depths, to the enormous weight of the harder material above it A abip canal and a saries of very ex pen- sire locks for facilitating navigation on the Columbia have been determined on at the Cascades abreast of this ridge, and Urge appropriations of money from the national treasury have seen made for the work by Congress. . It .remains to be seen bow traveling mountain? will affect the heavy masonry of those, structures. inioago Herald. ADVICE ABOUT DOGS. Bow Young Loves Can Msks Friends With tbs Dreadsd Bull.Uog, -A good many people arc bitten by dogs, when vory few need be. In the first place peo ple should not meddle wltn aogs wno ao not know them. Every now end then somebody startles a' dog by lay lng a strange band upon him, pokes him with a stick or pushes him with the foot and "is bitten by a vicious dog." Why not let the dog alone l There are people with the bad habit of meddling with what does not concern them. and there are children who have been taught no better than to touch, if they can, what ever takes their fancy. These are the peo ple bitten by dogs. Not one In ten thousand times does s dog molest a person who minds his own business, no matter how crabbed the dog may be. It, however, you are bound to approach and touch a dog, do it properly. There Is only one way. It is this: fit out your hand easily and confidently to the dog, so that be may smell it Put it to hU aoae. If be sniffs at it and waga hla tall or otherwise shows friendliness then you may speak to Mm and pat him on the bead II you like, and perhaps use other familiarities; bntlf, when you offer yonr band, the dog remains sullen and passive, the sooner you take your hand away tha better..-Devar approach a strange dog with either timitidy er menace but sows have said, the beat way is to let all strange dogs alone, and get any desired in formation about tbem from those who have the honor of their personsl friendship.. Our Dumb Animals. , A good average of character ia better than a lower level or character; but a good average of character is never reached by man who Is satisfied with a good average. Only the man who persistently strives to be at a high level of conduct will reach the plane ot the average woll-doer. An aver age Is mads by the balance between the slips and the successes. The slips will come of themselves. The successes area result of effort He who alms nohlgherthan an aver age, will be Sura to fall below lt,-B. B, Times. J. W. WILBUK, Manufacturer and Dealer in Creamery and Cheese Factory Apparatus AND DAIRY SUPPLIES. Headquarters for GASOLINE STOVES, Have six different kinds, allot which are of the latest and most im. proved patterns. Call and see them before buying. Everj , Stove is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Special attention given to Eave Spouting and general jobbing. . Wellington Monumental Works. DEALER N Granite Monuments Tombstones tv-r mfiL wind Granite a specialty. Call and see is before purchasing. We DO NOT leal in the (bo called) everlasting White Jronze. It will Btain, rust and crack. )o not take ou: statement for it but ume with us and we will show you the defects. A present of $500.0 in cash will' be given to any person 'who will show us a Monument of American Granite we have furnished that is crumbling orshows signs of decaj ,24-iy President's SPECIAL. Wkeru, Frqm day to day rat numbers are being ttrlcken down with the (ell disease Rheumatism, which seems to be greatly on the Increate. ' And a'br,The nation has within a short time been called upon to mourn the sudden lots of msny oi our public men, such as Vice-President Hendricks, Gen. John A, Logan, Sec' Dsnlel P. RHEUI.lATISr.1. I wss sol ta (he wrist kt s brakes bottle, front wtuck I suAnr4 extreme vein. I celled s Sector, who proeottoced It eclsdc rheematitm. Mt right Ide Seosme pereryeerf, Its end era karfly withered, and mf ) wereee etiS thst am bet bole mom Is them. Abewt els weess sso I beams) kitting llibberd't RheumetM Syrup with mtntleua textile. Since thea I save left off the nee of OTitraes entirely, aod only nee s cans, sad far dee net lew dare I often fariet It sad walk without aery aid. Ts say that It baa freaUy brat Sted ene bet pearly tft- y ... mj imvm nw ftueuniMUC DTTMp. C D. DlMlO, ' Dealer la Geoerel OreceriM, Jacksuo, Mtch. Proclamation.; Manning, Gen. McCletUn, and many Others. Nov tktrtort, I do by C tue of the knowledge pov setsed by me, proclsim aitf recommend lllbbard's RhesV, mstic Syrup to be a remedy of great merit, both for Rheflo matlsm and all Blood Dsj esses, ' . Andfmrtktr, That this medj ...... ' . yy. ef,.. ' ". 'W - P'lSl telne be adopted as a national. l ytfi remedy by all. - . rsy Signed by the President imU'iMATCRT PiHEOTISf! a a Dssseis I ssewa ie this eera- wmaity, asd was probable tha waret wreck eknl sally ef any Sias ibis country seer saw. Me waa unities frees rbeomatK poism. and no ene evet eipertrd be would recover, He U well, asd It Is sun ply star teteus. Fbaks L Smith, ,, bi'Mtmuei Stats lMatureJaduna, Mich, Me denehter Maed bad InBaiarnalarr rrwuawfsen. Met liimbe were baaly we! lee. She wee In tarn Lb irony, one has been taktnf Rhennaric Syrup an aaiac yonr Pautera, which has broke ft en. 1 It yrip corrected her ledi(eeooa, drawee She rsea malk poieoa from ber blood, aad the le sow able to be around the boose. We cooelder HlhbnrJS Rheumatic Syrup sad Flaeters eeme.ns of great ll. BIT, Jh rrst Faster First U. K. Church, I Wicbv Last winter sal eprlrar I was a tetrlMa s.'r from rheuetiee ent Wft shoulder ad wini ferinf 'he meet eacWtltUnt peak Tens botuue M Hibherd's KheuawV Jirr s cured raw. lean ih b to all waa are erinwun; r. Rsv.mus BsaeT;. ' Ne remedies kawwa sa klhly eneWeed tr t boms' peonU, la the beatnwul of RhratiirJIae. and alf Blood dlaeatet. Our MrJIcal I'S nphlU, treaUnf on Rheurrmtieai snd all Blood sad I'tauue Diaeaaea, seat fret oa application.- V thsmaiatto tyraa Osapaay, Jatkssa, HI oh. H i bbard's Rheumatic Gyrup tINBtVAI.E" Int-i-rrt. It Us Sara rsmllr Marllelna, heraues It mnlatne no pwos at opntos. t hlldren, ia- ..k m! .icaw purewe. will nnd it the beat merlieine snd tnuet thep saaaaSv e hosja Should be w..ho it it. A... v In .i,on, VV. '"mtr, AmUtmm W rfintw. , t " A en U youcaanut procure It of j law druirgiel. eend direct to us. fries i'-cojo butles tiMt. rUatcrsrdr 2tQ U REiCUREhEOR.RHCUn AT I C IX e. For sale by FreikFalt. . .- " . . . , a ".. 4" f v, ; 'Uf . ,; '; .,