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THE ENTERPRISE, .WEDNESDAY JUNE 5: 1889.
Is Consumption InourableP .' Read the following! 0. H. Morris, Newark, Ark., says t "W uowu wua Abeoess of lungs na menus buu V"J siclans pionounced me sn Incurable consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's New Discovery tor consumption, am now on my third bottle sud am able to oversee the work on my farm. It Is the finest medicine made." Jesse Mid dleware Decatur. O., lays: "Had it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption 1 would have died of lung trouble, was given up oy uociors. Am now In best of health. 'Try ' it. Sample bottles tree at Adams'. t The Population of Wellington Is about 8,000, and we would say at least one-half are troubled with some affection of the throat and lungs, as those com plaints are, according to statistics, more numerous than others. We would advise all our readers not to neglect the oppor. tuolty to call on their druggist and get a betue ot Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs. Trial size Iree. Large bottles 50c aadll. Sold by all druggists. BicMcb's Arnica Salve. The best salve In the world for cure, Wees, sores, ulcere, salt rhaam, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, ooroe and, all akin eruptions, and positive. '' ly cures plies, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 28 cents per box. For Sale bv WooaUr A Adams. 16vl 806 in Six Months. VanWort Ceemlcal Co, Waterton ,N. T. Gentlemen . I take pleasure In In forming you of the wonderful success we have had with your Lung Balsam. We have sold In the last six months a6 bottles. We have guaranteed near ly every bottle but as yet have had only four returned. I rm In receipt of scores of testimonials from the most promin ent residents of our city which I should like to send you. Trial size free. E. W. Adams the L adlng Druggists Yours Respectfully, 8. Felt, Jr, Druggist. EnfflishSpavln Llrlmentremovesall Hard, Soft, or Ca'lous-d Lumps and Blemishes from horses Blood Spavin, Curbs, Splints, Sweeney Ring-bone, Slfles. Sprains, all Swollen Throats. Couens, few. Save $80 by use of one ....I- W.rMnfPli. Sold bV W. J5. Adam's, Druiglst,Welllngton,O.44-20t Eleatrio Bitters. This remedy Is becoming so well known and so popular as w ne t.i .nitnn. All who have used Electrlo Eltters sing the same song of prolse. A purer medicine uoes on ex ist and It Is guaranteed to do all that Is iim, v.Wtrle Bitters will cure all Viniiuvui w . , , ... ji...... nt thn liver and kidneys, will remove pimples, bolls, salt rheum and .Diinni i'iiiihI bv imDure blood 0,UCI AA' ..v w . Will drive malaria from the system and prevent as wen as cure u f vn ,tr nt Hsadoche. Consti pation and Indigestion try Elsctrlo Bitters. Entire satisfaction guaran teed, or money refunded. Price 50 cts. and f 1.00 per bottle at Adorns' drug , store. The Handsomest Lady .. . la Wellington remarked to a friend the Other day that she knew Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs was a supeilor remedy as it stopped her cougn tnsianuy when other cough remedies had no effect whatever; 8o to prove this and convlce von of it merit, any oruggisiwiu give you j sample ooiue iroo. x-oi 6 vou.r kDd one aoiiar. Brwut's Disease Ctkkd. Three years aeo 1 wm attacked with kidney trouble, " " . m . I. - 1 U wbicu in a iew xnuwua iuhuuku . Tll.Hf'a fllBAnflA- BIT DD.VB1C1SD BttlU HIT case was Incurable. I tried different . i A flonlnnll nn haTlftflt lint 1 1 . friend persuaded me to try Dr. Burdlck's jvioney cure, i cm w . before thai wm half gone l re a cnange. i--i ..mnirDi4 fnm mv hnnv uul limbs fifteen pounds of water, which bad been very badly swollen. I used twelve bottles and was entirely cured, and never va .n return of the disease since. I u .nmmatul thin medicine tn all 1VUU1U TV'"' ' - - srffering with kidney or liver trouble, to wnicn i u,j Respectfully yours, Elmer Jackson, Wooubury, N. J. 75 centt and 1. F D Felt. 481m Itch, Mange, and Scratches on human or animals cureu in jw minuies aj nwi ford's Bsnltary Lotion. Thla never tall Bold by E. W. Adams, Druggist, Welling. ton.Otle. 4 To The Citizens of Wellington. Fred D. Felt, the drnKslst. of Welling ton. will ketD tor sale the celebrated Indian Pill, manufactured by the eminent Dr. R. MacFarland of Genoa, O. This Is the pill that cures headache, sick or ner vous, also constipation, and for one failure we offer $100 If directions are carried out We can tell you more, tbey cure rheuma tism, sciatic. or chronic, Inflammatory. All stomach diseases yield every time to this great discovery. Tbey wui positively ore all diseases ot the urinary organs u curable from any medicine. The secret Is tbey cure the liver and will not fail. Do not fall to try this medicine; $1 a box, 60 pills In each box. Call at Fell's drug store for them, ielt only teeps tnem, well togtoa. Ask for the little book giving symptoms. This Is the great blood search er or the world. ' - N.B. Felt's only. Remember Dr. R MacFarland's pill is toe only genuine JHacFariaad pill on eann. : What B.E.Cooper, says. 9 1 J. E. Jackson Dear sir: "I had Brlghfs ' disease In the worst form. 1 used two bottles of tour medicine. Burdlck's Kid , nev Cure, and It has done wonders for me. The swelling has left my body aod limbs and 1 am so well 1 can waia out again. This is the only remedy that wauld reach my case. iTice 79 cents. What John L. Haides. of Woodbnrr. N S says: J. E. Jackson, Dear Sii : "I had kidney trouble for years very bad my pains at times were so Brest I would roll the floor. I thought my case a help. less one. i nsea two ooiuei oi your mea- Ir.lnn. rnnrdlr.k' Klfinav lhin.1 and now I ean do any kind of work. I recommend this to all sufferers. Price 78 cents snd 1.25. For sale by Fred D. Felt. . ' Loose's Bed Clover File Remedy Is a positive specific for 111 forms of the disease. . Blind. Bleed Ins. Itchlnr. Ul j.atasi' sin I TMiull t!iA t..AA KA VVial IUIIUUI1IK J ltV 1IIVVUV BAD COMPANY.' Sermon by Rev. T. Do Witt Tal- mage, D. D. loans; Hen Should Beware of Sktptlee, Idleri and Plcatore Stoker The Ways la Which They Seek to Lead the Upright Astray. In his recent sermon at the Brooklyn Tab ernacle Dr. Talmage chose for his text Prov erbs sill, 30: ."A companion of fools shall be destroyed." The eloquent preacher spoke as follows: "May it please the court," said a con victed criminal, when asked if he had any , thing to say before sentence ot death was passed upon him, "may it please the oonrt, bad company baa been my ruin. 1 received the blessings of good parent, and, In re turn, promised to avoid all evil associations. Had I kept my promise I should have been saved this shame, and been free from the load of guilt that hangs round me like a vul ture, threatening to drag me to justice for crimes yet un revealed. I, who once moved In the first cireiee oi society, and nave been the guests of distinguished public men, am lost, and all through bad company." Thla is but one of the thousand proofs that the companion of fools shall be destroyed. It is the invariable rule. There ia a well man In the wards of a hospital, where there are a hundred people sick with ship fever, and ke will not be so apt to take the disease a a good man would be apt to be smitten with moral distemper, if shut up with in iquitous companions. In olden times prisoners were herdod to gether in the same cell, but each one learned the vlcce of all the culprits, so that, instead of being reformed by incarceration, the day of liberation turned them out upon society easta, not men. We may, in our places of business, be compelled to talk and to mingle with bad men, but he who deliberately chooses to aa- soctate himself with vicious people is en gaged in carrying ou a courtehip with a Delilah, whose shears will clip on all the locks of his strenght, and he will be tripped into perdition. Bin Is catching, is infectious, ts epidemic. 1 will let you look over the millions of people now inhabiting the earth, and I challenge you to show mc a good man, who, after one year, baa made a choice wd consorted with tho wicked. A thou sand dollars reward tor one such instance. I care not how strong your character may be. Associate with gamblers, and you will become a gambler. Clan with burglars, and yau will become a burglar. Go among the Boolean, and you will become unclean. Not appreciating the truth of my text, many a young man has been fcstroyed. He wakea no some morning in tho great oity, and knows no one except the persons into whose employ he has entered. As he goes into the store all the clerks mark him, measure him, and discuss him. The upright young men of the store wish him well, but perhaps wait for a formal in' traduction, nud even then have some deli cacy about inviting bim into their associa tions. But the bad young men of the store at the first opportunity approach and offer their services. They patronize him. They profess to know all abont the town. They will take him anywhere he wants to go if be will pay tne expenses. For if a good young man and a bad young man go to some place where they ought not, the good young man has Invariably to pay the charges. At the moment the ticket Is to be paid for, the champagne settled for, the bad young man feels around In bis pockets and aays: have forgotten my pocket book." In forty- eight houre after the young man has ea tered the store the bad fellows of the estab lishment slap him on the shoulder familiar ly, and, at his stupidity in taking certain Il lusions, say : ' "My yonng friend, you will have to be broken In and they Immediately proceed to break him in. Young man, in the name of Ood I warn you to beware bow you let a bad man talk familiarly with yon. If tuoh an one slop you on the shoulder familiarly, turn round and give him withering look, until the wretch crouches In your presence. There is no monstrosity of wickedness that can stand unabashed under the glance of pnrity and honor. Ood keeps the lightnings of heaven in his own scabbard, and no human arm can wield them; but God gives to every young man a lightning that he may use, and that is the lightnlngof an hones', eye. Those who have been close observers will not wonder why I give warning to young men and aay, "Beware of bod company." First I warn you to shun the skeptie the young man who puts his fingers In hia vest and laughs at your old-fasbloned re ligion, and tarns over to some mystery of the Bible and aays:, "Explain that, my pioua friend ; explain that" And who says: "No body shall scare me; I am not afraid of the future: I used to believe in such things, and so did my father and mother, but I have got over it" Yes, he has got over it; and if yoo ait In his company a little longer, you will get over it too. Without presenting one argumentagalnsttheChristian religion, such men will, by their leers and scoffs and caricatures, destroy your respect for that re legion which waa the strength of yourfathor tn his declining years, and the pillow of your old mother when she lay a dylng. Alas I a time will come when that bluster- lng young infidel will have to die, and then bis diamond ring will flash no splendor in the eyes of death, as he stands over the couch, waiting for his soul. Those boautl ful locks will be uncombed upon the pillow, and the dying man will aay: can not die I can not die." Death stundlng ready beside the couch, aays: "You must die; you have only half a minute to live let me have it right sway your aouL" "No" aays the young InfldeL "here are my gold rings, and these pictures; take thorn all." "No," aays death, "what do I care for pictures I your souL" "Stand back," aaya the dying infidel. "I will not stand back," aays Death, "for you have only ton seconds sow to live; I want your soul." The dying man aaya: "Don't breathe that cold air into my face. ' Son crowd me too hard. It Is get ting dark In the room. O God!" "Hush," aaya Death, "you said there waa no Ood." "Pray for me," exclaims the exmring InO del. "Too late to pray," says Doath, "but three more seconds to live, and I will count them off one two three." Ho baa gone Where I Where! Carry him ont-ont, and bury him beside bis father and mother, who died while holding fast the Christian relio Ion. They died singings out the young in ndel only said r "Don't breathe that cold air Into my face. You crowd me too bard. It Is getting dark in the room." Again I urge you to shun the companion ship of idlers. There are men hanging around every store, and offloe, and shop, who have nothing to do, or act as if they had not They are apt to come In when the firm are away, and wish to engage yon in conversation while you are engaged In your regular employment Politely suggest 'to such persons that yoo have no time to give them during buatness hours. Nothing would please them so well as to have yoo renounce your occupation and associate with them. Much of the time they lounge aroutid the club rooms, or the doors of en- vina kanMa. or after the dining hour stand nnon the etepo of a fashionable hotel or an elegant restaurant, wishing tc rtve yoni the idea that that is the place where, they dine. . But they do not dine there. - They are sinking down lower and lower, day by flay.: Neltherby lay nor by night have any thing to do with the idlers. Before you admit a man into your acquaintance, askhlm politely: "What io you do for a living!" 1 If he says "Noth ing; I am a gentleman," look out for him. He may have a very soft hand a very fault less apparel, and have a high-sounding fam ily name, but his touch is death. Before you know it you will in his presenoe be ashamed of you worn dress. Business wm become to you a drudgery, and after a while youwill.lose yonr place, and afterwards your respeotabllity, and last of all your iouL Idleness is , next door villainy, rhieves, gamblers,', burglara, shop lif t- and assassins -' ore maae uvui the .class .who have, nothing to do. When the police go to hunt up and arreei a eulprit they seldom go to look in amongbusy clerks or in the bnsy carriage factory, but they go among, the groups of Idlers. The play Is going on at the theater, when sud denly there is a scuttle in the top gallery. What is itf .A policeman has come in, and, leaning ovor, has tapped on the shoulder of a young man, saying: ."I want you, sir." Hehasnotworkodduringtneday, out some how bas raked together a shilling or two to get into the top gallery. He ia an idler. The man on his right band Is an idler ana mo man on his left hand ia an Idler. . Shrink back from idleness in yourself and In others if you would maintain a right po sition. Good old Ashbel Green, at more than eighty years of age, waa found busy writing, and some young man aatd to him: "Why do you keep busyt It is time for you to rest" He answered: "I keep busy to keep out of mischief." No man is strong enough to be idle. Are you fond of pictures! If so I will show you one of the works of an old master. Here it Is : "I went by the field of the sloth ful, and by the vineyard of the man void of understanding, and lol it waa all grown over with thorns, and nettles had covered the face thereof, and the stone wail waa broken down. Then I saw and considered well.. I looked nnon it and received instruc tion. Yet a little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands to sleep. So shall thy poverty come aa one that traveleth and thv want as an armed man." I don't know of another sentence in the Bible more explosive than that It first hisses softly, like the fuse of a cannon, and at last bursts like a fifty-four pounder. The old proverb waa right: "The devil tempts most men, but Idlers tempt the devil." A young man came to a man of ninety i years of age and said to him; "How have you made out to 11 ve so long and be so well f" The old man took the youngster to an orchard, and, pointing to some large trees full of apples, said : "I planted these trees when I was a boy. and do you wonder that now I am permitted to gather the fruit or themt" We gather in our old age what we plant In our youth. Sow to the wind, and we reap the whirlwind. Plant In early life the right kind of Christian character, and you will eat lucious fruit In old age, and gather those harvest apples in eternity. Again : 1 urge you to avoid the perpetual pleasure seeker. I believe in recreation and amusement I need It aa much as I need bread, and go to my dally exercise with as conscientious a purpose as I go to the Lord's Bupper; and all personsof sanguine temper ament must have amusement and recreation. God would not have made ua with the ca pacity to laugh if he had not intended us sometimes to Indulge it God - hath hung in sky, and aet ia wave,- and printed on grass many a roundelay; but be who chooses pleasure seeking for1 his life work doos not understand for what God made htm. Our amusements are in tended to help us ia some earnest mission. The thunder cloud hath an edge exquisitely purpled, but with voice that Jars the earth, it declares: "I go to water the green fields." The wild flowers under the fence are gay, but they say: "We stand here to make a beautiful edge for the wheat field, and to refresh the husbandmen In tbolr nooning." The stream sparkles and foams, and frolics, and says : "I go to baptize the moss. I lave the spots on the trout I slake the thirst of the bird. I turn the wheel of the mill. I rock In my crystal cradle muckshaw and water Illy." And so, while the world plays, It works. Look out for the man who always playa and never worka. You will do well to avoid those whose regular business it Is to play ball, skate, or go a-boating. All these sports are grand In their places. I never derived so much ad vantage from any ministerial association aa from a ministerial club that went out to play ball every Saturday afternoon In the ouUkirta ot Philadelphia. These recrea tions are grand to give ua muscle and spirits for our regular toll. I believe in muscular Christianity. A man is often aot so near God with a weak stomach aa when he has a strong digestion. But shun those who make it their life occu pation to sport There are young men whose Industry and usefulness have fallen over board from the yacht on the Hudson or the Schuylkill. There are men whose business foil through the Ice of the skating pond, and baa never since been heard of. There ia a beauty in the gliding of a boat in the song of skates, In the soaring of a well struck bust, and I never seen one fly but I involun tarily throw up my handa to catch It; and, so far from laying an injunction upon ball playing, or any other Innocent sport, I claim all as belonging of right to those of us who toll In the grand Industries of church snd state. But the life business of pleasure seeking always makes in the end a criminal or a sot George Brummcll was smiled upon by all England, and his life was given to pleasure. He danced with peeresses, and awung a round of mirth, and wealth, and applause, until exhausted of purse, and worn out of body, and bankrupt of reputation, and ru ined of soul, he bogged a. biscuit from a grocer, and declared that he thought a dog's life was better than a man's. Such men will crowd around your desk, or counter, or work bench, or seek to decoy yoo off. They will want yon to break out la the midst of your busy day to take a ride with them to Coney Island or to central Park. They will tell you of some people you muitsee; of some excursion that you must take; of some Sabbath day that you ought to dishonor. They will tell yon of exquisite wines that you must take; of costly operas that yon most hear; of wonderful dancers that you must see; but before you accept their convoy or their companionship, remember that while at the end of a useful life you may be able to look back to the kindness Is done, to honorable work accomplished, to poverty helped, to a good name earned,, to Christian influence exerted, to a Saviour's cause advanced these pleasure seekers on then- death bed have nothing better to re view than a torn playbill, a ticket for the races, an empty tankard, and the cast off rinds of a carousal; and as in the delirium of their awful death they clutch the goblet and press It to their lips, the dregs of the eup falling upon their tongue will begin to hiss and uncoil with the adders of an eternal poison. ' ' Cut out these men from your company, Do not be intimate with them. Always be polite. . There Is no demand that you ever sacrifice politeness. A young man accosted a Christian Quaker with: "Old chap, how ' do you make an your money I'1 The Quaker replied i "By dealing tn an article that thou mayestdealln if thou wilt-civility." Al ways be oourteous, but at the same time turn. Hay no as II you meant it nave it understood in store and shop and street that you, will not stand in the companionship of the skeptic, the idle, the pleasure seeker. Rather than enter the companionship of such, accept tho Invitation to a bettor feast The promises of jBod are the fruits. The barps of Heaven are the music. Clusters from the vineyards of God have been pressed into the tankards. The sons and daughters of the Lord Almighty are the guests. While standing at the banquet to fill the cups, and divide the clusters, and command the harps, and welcome the guests, ia a daughter of God on whose brow are the blossoms of paradise, and In whose cheek Is the flush of celestial summer. Her name is Religion. Her wayi are ways of pleasantness, And all her pathi are peace. . Decide this soon, oh, young man, what di rection will you take. There comes such a moment of final decision why not this! One night I saw a young man at the street corner evidently doubting as to which di rection he had bettor take, his hat lifted high enough to see an intelligent forehead, and he had a stout chest and a robust develop ment Splondid young man. Cultured young man. Honored young man. Why did he stop there while so many were going up and down! The fact la that every man has a good angel and a bad angel con tending for the mastery of his spirit, 'and there was a good angel and a bad angel struggling with that young man's soul at the corner of the street "Come with me," said the good angel; "I will take you home; I will spread my wing over your pillow; 1 will.lovlngly escort you all through life undor supernatural protec tion; I will bless every cup you drink out of; every couch you rest on; every doorway you enter; I will consecrate your tears when you will woep, your sweat when you toll, and at the lost 1 will hand over your grave to the bright angel of a Christian resurrection. In answer to your fath er's petition and your mother's prayer, I have been sent of tho Lord out of heaven to be your guardian spirit Come with me," said the good angel, in a voice of unearthly symphony. It waa music like that which drops from a lute of Heaven when a seraph breathes on it "No, no," said the bad angel, "come with me; I have something better to offer; the wlnos I pour are from chalices of bewitching carousal ; the dance I load ia over floor tes aelated with unrestrained Indulgences ; there Is no God to frown on the temples of sin where I worship. The skies are Italian. The paths I tread are through meadowa, daisied and primrosed. Come with me." The young man hesitated at a time when hesitation was ruin, and the had angol smote the good angel until it departed, spreading wings through the starlight upward and away, until a door flashed open in the sky, and forever the wings vanished, mat was the turning point in that young man'a history; for. the good angel flown, he hesi tated no longer, but started on a pathway which Is beautiful at the opening, but blasted at the last Tho bad angel, loading the wav. opened gate after gate, and at each gate the road became rougher and the sky more lurid, and what was peculiar, as the gate slammed shut it came to with a Jar that indicated that it would never open. Passed each portal. there wasagrlndlngoflocks and a shoving of bolts ; and the scenery on either side the road changed from gardens to des erts, and the June air became a cutting De cember blast and the bright wings of the bad angel turned to sackcloth, and the eyea of light became hollow with hopclosa grief, and the fountains, thatat the starthad tossed with wine, poured forth bubbling (ears and foaming blood, and on the right ilde the rood there was a serpent and the man said to the bad angel: "What ia that scrpenM" and the answer was "That is the serpent of stinging remorse." On the left side the road there was i lion, and the man asked the bad angel "What Is that lion I" and the answer was: "That is the lion f all devouring despair." A vulture flew through the sky, and the man asked the bad angel: "What ia that vulture I" and the answer was: "That is the vulture waiting for the car cases of the slain." And then the man be gan to try to pull off of him the folds of something that had wound him round and round, and he said to the bad angel: "What is it that twists me in this awful convolu tion t" and the answer was: "That is the worm that never dies I" And then the man said to the bad angel: "What does all this meant I trusted in what you said at the earner of the street that night; I trusted it all, and why have you thus do ceived met" Then tho last deception fell off the charmer, and it said : "I was sent forth from the pit to destroy your soul; I watched my chance for many a long year; whon you hesitated that night on the street, I gained my triumph; now you are here. Ha! ha I You are bore. Come, now, lot ua fill these two chullces of fire, and drink together to darkness and woo and death. Hail I Hail I O, young man, will the good angel sent forth by Christ or the bod angel sent forth by sin get the victory over your soul 1 Their wings are interlocked this moment above you, contending for your destiny, as above the Appe nines oagle and condor tight la mid-sky. This hour may de cide your destiny. God help you. To beat tatelatodie! PRETTY SACHET CASES. Ons Who t'ooatraetloa lUqalrea Bat Lltllo Expense and Labor. One of the prettiest seen this season was of the simplest construction, requiring neither artistic skiU with the brush nor any vast amount of labor. First, seven pieces of different colored ribbon, chosen with a view to a pleasant blending or vivid con. trast, as desired. Each piece should be seven . Inches long and two wide, and fringed out at both ends. Then fold in half and sew the edges firmly over and over with fine silk to match each separate ribbon. This makes seven small page. Take cotton batting, cut to Just slip in each bag and come up to the neck of eachwhere they are to be tied. Fold into each piece of batting whole spices, rose leaves, violet or heliotrope powder; each may have a separate perfume if desired. Oatherup the neck of each bag abouta third or half an inch below the narrow fringe; gather firmly with a strong thread and fasten seeusoly. Have a ball of gold-tinsel ford and out seven pieces of unequal length, and each long enough to double; the abort est should be at least a yard long. Fold in the middle and take the two ends and tie around the neck of a bag. This leaves the loop to hang up by. Gather all these loops and fasten on a button ring, and bang over the corner of the dressing-ease mirror. A qusrter yard difference in the length of each piece of tinsel cord will give a pleasing inequality in the position of each bag. These sachet oases ean be made equally pleasing on the same principle out of scraps of bro cade, plaid or changeable silks or satlna, or even of velvet and plush. It is a mere ques tion of taste in combining colors N. Y. Observer. ' AH true work is sacred; in all true work, were it but true band-labor, there Is something of dlvlneness. Carlyle. . While you have time amaas for yourself Incorruptible riches. Thomas a Kempls. f BOOKSELLER Druggist and Optician, PHOTO-ALBUMS Very Choice. BCKAP BOOKS A full line. Jf APETERIES In late designs. , ' " FINE STATIONERY and writing materials". ;: NEW PUBLICATIONS, selected with reference to perma nent value and to meet all tastes. LIBRARY SETS of standard works. CHEAP BOOKS-A large assortment. CYCLOPEDIAS and DICTIONARIES. FAMILY BIBLES, TEACHERS' BIBLES Oxfora : and Bagster. AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY TRATE D BOOKS. POEMS in leather bindings. JUVEN ILE BOOKS in great variety. Optical Goods, Art Goods, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, and DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. West Side Public Square, WELLINGTON, OHIO. J. W. WILBUR, Manufacturer and Dealer in Creamery aifl Cleese Factory Apaiis AND DAIRY SUPPLIES. Headquarters for GASOLINE STOVES, Have six different kinds, all of which are of the latest and most im proved patterns. Call and see Stove is guaranteed Special attention given to Eave Wellington Monumental Works. DEALER N Granite Monuments tf Tombstones nt. ft-.. - el"-.. .-. ' . .5Tr rtl . ... ?-Ti ft of every style and variety. New Eng 24-ly defects. Aprescntof $50CCE person who will show us a Monument of American Granite we have furnished that is crumbling orshows Bigns of decay TO THE w KEN we understand all the anatomy and phys iology of women, and learn of the diseases peculiar to their sex, there Is a feeling of sympathy created within the breast for her well-being and preservation of her health. WEAKNESS. On account of the intimate Mat iW..a 4 wun me 9am kil d rem. m.. l . A a. a f . wl heart and liver, through the sympathetic spins! system of nerves, the A 1. J diagnosis or wnun m ncr aisessc dc- as cauica oj mic aiuuu. Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup A. COMPOUND : Containing Podophylum, Cascara Sagrada, Uhlrorn Root, Black Cohosh and Poke Root, with tonics snd diuretics, with Salycillc Acid, Nervines, etc, etc- scientifically combined and pleasant to take, all of them being specifics in their action, as well aa laxative and alterative, that will restore action, subdue inflammation, and prove all that the most astute physician or pathologitt could suggest, llihbard't Rheumatic Plasterr applied to the small of the back, or abdomen, or to any parts that may be painful and weak, will be found very beneficial. - Reason teaches the Icsmmi. , IT NEVER FAIL8. ! IT NEVER FAIL3-' IT IS A SAFE FAMILY MEDICINE. Btmaw H contains ao pvlaoa or opiates. Children, Invalid, am) 4!!ett penons tll tmi It th M mrdicim awl tnnlc Umjt can im No home .houid ba wIOmwc U. Alwava w in.nn, SfriMg, Smmmti Amtwmm tud Wmltr. U 70a cannot proenra It at yoor drofrgitt tend dlrrrt to oa. PHcrJt.oo; 6 txrttlra $$. Plaatcn 5e. TESTIMONIALS WORTHY OF CONFIDENCE. It ku cttrad my taSlrettlan, puriUd my blood and tnadi im ft well womaa, in1 1 amnot y too much Id pcmiM of both Syrup and Plat-Vrw. Mr. 5. E. Uanks, Whitehall, Mich. Hibhard'i Rheum tie Syrup htu no equal W cannot be without it to our family Miu. Matthkw Wilfy, -Muakefton. Mich. A SURE CURE FOR RHtiUM ATiaiV.. AND STATIONER 1 7 . DEPOSITORY. FINE ILLUS them before buying. Every to give satisfaction. Spouting and general jobbing.. land Granite a specialty. Call and see us before purchasing. "We DO NOT deal in the (so called) everlasting 'White Bronze. It will stain, rust and crack. Do not take oui statement for it but come with us and we will show you the CESh It given. to any WOMEN! comes the more difficult. Thus as a symptom oi hsr diseases she 'may have neu ralgic headache; dizziness, unnatural emotions and various deluslonsunounV lng to manja, or may have) local paralysis, nausea an4 ft si r Kt'v"i A, a dry, hacking cough, palplUa. tlon oi the heart, oppresslaie ' and falntnvss, pain hi the bade I and kldnevs, snd every imsglnable disease Ten veara 1 have a m-at aaffenr tmm in. ie)ia. neural((ir ha.d.cn. and otltar die.ea. UI- 2' u a HAcumMitc Bvrup mada ate a waU woman. Mas A. I). Noai.a,Jackaaa Mho. Hibhard'a Tthcunia'.ie Sj-nip entirely curnt ma. 1 think U Um beat family mi ilUtnr In thr mm'i. Mas. Locta luiiita, "V Wabatb, InJ. 0. For sale by Fred Felt.