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ROSH13URG ORKGON, MONDAY, NOVKMIiKR 7, 1898.
I'D, M.KH, IlixtlUll'ltO IUt'iK, No. MM,
liulil Hu ll nunlsr .tilillltlllli'allull III III
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Il i scli niiinlli, Alt iii.'iiilii'rs r.'.i..."til u al
ien. I rt-uiilHi I y, kikI nil vlaltlnii lirullivta cor
lully liivllu.f In nil. 'ii. I
( HAH l II UU.KV, K. II
I It V II klUUI.K, Mcerdaiy,
0 '(Hi. I, M I'OIINI Ii., No. il J K, , U. A, M.,
inoil every t .'diiMailay ati'iilng at II
ui'liNk In lliu 11I. I Mitaiuiln Hall. Visiting
liiiilli.i. mil 1 if 1 1 1 1 y 1 11 v I lo ailiii.l.
(I. II, ( AKN.lN,
llaVl, W. I'anllK, Ctilllliilliil,
Kvuunlitiii Mot ictary.
f AIMIKI. IAIIIK, A. K. A A, M . HKHIILAB
iii..Uiih tin. M aixl till Wednesdays III
HilK JollKeON, W, M.
N. T. J 1. a at I', hVvuy,
IJIIILKI AI'.UN UliKIK. NO. N, I. O. O. K.
mtwia rtatur.lay cri'iilng nl each week al
lliulr lull III U.I.I Fellow '1 111 l.l 0 at linsuliurg,
Mi.iut.i'ia ill lii in. 1. 1 In ki'imI atmi. Una are lull
m l.i alKiiut. J. W, hi H AS' .K. N.O.
N. T. J St I, Muc'y.
ROH1CIIUHO I.UlH.K, NO. III. A. O. I', W,
im U lliu wi iiii.l mul liuiitli M.iii.laja nl
ri Ii iiiiiiilli al'JO i. ui. m I'.l.l Killuwa hall.
H. iuU ra.il llm unliir III inmI alaii.lllin mu III'
tiled lo alluil.l.
.1 IWUT Uli mi II A II UbV'IH I'llS
Ural anil 'tlilni luma.lsts lit I'll lie'lltll,
O.MKN M KKI.IKK rOKl'rt NO, lu, MKKTri
llial mul llill.l rildays lu each iiiimlli.
RUHKIII: Idi 1 11 A I I KK, NO. H O. K. H.,MKICIH
lliu nr. I mul ihitd 'I liursdaya ! each
Mul. I. IK MIAMIIUUDK, W. M.
IIKI.INA HAr, ik-o y.
imKIII'IU, DIVIsK'N NO ,. II. OK I, K..
intela evei y w c.ni.l au.l luimu miinisj.
l l iu i.oiok. No. 4v, k. or r., mk.kib
'V uii Wednoaday I'lelilng at Oilil rcllimra
Hail iunii hinmiui lu t"t imulnig ixh
lull) 1.1. iu. I to allcnd.
ia.IH.ta M lilln. " Tl'aTlh
iKOWN & TU3TIN,
tl.i.un 7 and s
l a . V ll-M.n lil.it k.
J II. W1LU3.
Atturiu-y aail Counselor at Iuw,
Will fta.ll.i la all ilm curia uf lha Slate. Ot
tea lu .Mirat n UuiMitiK, l)"uUa muaty.Of.
I H. KDDY,
H.i-I IK'liO, OUK'.'IN.
2 M. HAMUY,
II.mI.-W Hilll JlUB,
'I villi. Mil' ISsI. a.
UO-EIU IU., UKKUON.
jnA a iiiddle,
Attorney at Law,
1 nylot II "n Ilk ItOhKHrtlH, OHKiiO.N.
H. 1. 1 ul - I hii'I
Id Ut'it Hull tin.:
HO l-.IIC ll'i, OUKiH'N
Attorney at I jaw
UiitiiilK I J, Mmalt-ra IH.lK-, UOhEltUKU, OK.
f atrHiiliii'u iK'liini lti I'.H. t.ui (I like mut
til L in iit mul a Kjo't inlly.
I.nlc lUvulv.r 11. K. l.aml OIBfC.
Northern Pacific Kallrond Company.
Aio BoMmc lirkt'tM to mII 1'oinlH KhhI Ht
luiH llio tc'ulur r.iluN.
I. K. K. llLUK,
l.uriil Ant'ut No. MurBtcrs luiililiiiK.
yilA DHOWN, M. D.
ol'l li'l'., ;tj Jtti'kMiii Hlr. ot, itl rv
l.liiicuol Mm. J. liiiwr.
L MILLEH. M. U.,
Surgeon aiul Ilomooopiithio
arllimln illliMaiia a HMlUUr
ttra l. '. Hontt, iiractical
a?K5.''Z wulrlunaker. Niop in
BrniWi iii iVH"'1' i)lroH ollico, nost to
ilm .turka' imililiiiK, Komiburn:, OretsoD.
WatohwH, cIdiUs bihI jowelry ropairod
in a Bkillfiil inaunor at ronHonublo prices.
A atiaro of tlio publiu patronuiio to-
L. KOIH.IIA(il;N, Proprietor,
Presli and Salted Meats,
ja K.i'j.s sr., no.. Kin i mi, ok.
4. STRICTLY FIU3T-CLA5S.
MHH, I). (J, MtUl.AU.KK, fmp.
EEAEQVa&TIWI TOft TSAVELIU9 UTS.
Lrt, Klin. Ham lu lloiiuia.
Krov'tluatuaml Kium Tralu. &0SEBVS3.
FRESil OYSTERS j
THE ran Knom
M ANI'KAl l UllKD DAILY
At Den 115 Variety Store...
Sec our Special Uargaitis
in Glassware, Lemonade
Sets, Afternoon Tea Sets,
Fancy Glasses, and Fruit
1INWAWI!. hHTial win till buiki-l, atl,
lilt'lrAKl'. lniMlillMiXfa, lc.
WOOD and Wll LOW WAtVC ( tinpfi Die
luiwln, iMiti. r m.iul.l. ami laillra, IImimii
lo liint'li liaiktli., IcIi'm'Vih-h, aaU'lit-U,
MATIOM KV. KihIuioI .i.-i' oil ll ala
lluiirry, txui'lm, H'ti, iuk, iinicilofi' ilv
CHINA. H inir lcia! prli'. uii all I lillla
IUvilau.1 Chlua dtnnrr ami u acit.,
"tirt-punviitlti ai'i imtiaton.' rlilna. illn
nor mul Ww mtia, tnixirt. .l rlilna allrr
ni ! ni'ia, 1U4W mi.l auin. ji lly
dUbc, builui ubi, tif.
NOTION.. Hair pliin, a4.lt) iinnl... mmlka
iiM, tollttt avai. vie.
Wo Jo juhI 11a we advertise. All
lliuse tlilriK aro tu be lia.1 at lliu
l.iwfot I'unii i lfi'9 at
Demi's Variety Store,
ltuiiKlot County, tlrcKtiu,
I l.o iil. r nl tlit'ac S iiiKv I'.'Ulalll ; I.hIIiii',
llrtiiuttif, l'tititanliiin, 1I111 CarttiiiiaL' til lrtin
ami I.I1111' an. 1 1 h Uirl.U a ul ( all ium, MukiiuIuiii
(no Sinlnit t'.iiiiitliii H5 ami tlio ulliir nvtr
AJ ijiaina ul aulld Bl.illrr to lliu Kallou.
UhkIi.I nu lliu H..ullii'ru I'ai'lflc Kailruail,
"Mlituu tuiilu" (ruin Man KraucUcu to 1'urllaiitl,
lu H.iiikIk. I'oiiiily, Oregon.
AKKravat.it raain 11 ( KheuniBliinn, Natal ('a
tnrrli, Calnrrli ol llio Hlnuiai'li, Uyapt-pala. Ula
li. lc, Nt'iiralilH, Malarial l'olnouliii.'. Kiilnry
iriiublt', t'iiiinliiall.iii, Hiarajira til llio rikin,
l.htr ami HowvU. uu. Vini n al illn ami liavu
ln.111 i'urc.1 by I Ihi iiv ol Uuao waters.
New tiaili riHiniii iHimui ieil with tho main
ImlMiiiK. r.ntotltt'0 and Kxprvwi on the .rem
l . lially mall, iiorlli ami aoulb.
TcruiH 110 per neck, U per tlay, iuelii.litii
Tito Hotel U tuiiler the Immediate u per vil
li. 11 ot
CAi-T. iii:n. i. uoawi:i.i.,
J. F. BARKER & GO.
LarKi'Nl ami KlueKt Avunrtiut'lit
eve 1 brought to KonuburK
AI110 a oompluto lino of uliolcu
TOBACCOS AND CKiAUS
All kinds of Country Produce
MRS. N. BOYD
New Store !
... -' .
Staple . and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYI.OK & WILSON BLOCK
rm, and More Coming.
Call and llxamine our Mammoth stock.
The People's Store
. ABRAHAM, Prop'r.
A complete Hue of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots & Shoes,
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Capes, Jackets,
and a line line of Millinery Goods.
Kvcrythiug New, purchased
manufacturers, especially for the Fall Trade.
Call and exaimine Goods and Prices.
Pure Fresh Drugs
A. C MARSTERS & CO.
And With Dispatch.
A Full Line of Patent Medicines and
Great .S Furniture
$75 -lied Room
-4-5 11 "
A Fine Line of Chairs, formerly $1.50, now $1.00.
Now is the time to get liig Values.
Call, examine and be convinced.
Alexander & Strong.
New Goods !
for Cash direct from Kasteru
Suit for $35
" ' 2T.50
UNCLE SAM WANTS IT.
Job of Building the Nicaragua
PRLSIDLNT PIllMitl) TO IT.
United Slate tjovernmcnt
Want the Present Con
ditions to Remain - , - .
ISkh Yokk, No. 3. A dirpalih Iv llivi
Herald from Waaliiugton aayn: Aelion
haa been laken bjr tha ailmiiiixiratioii
lookiog to Hie niaititeiiaucv ot !liu autiia
"jiio with respect to tbo concettston ol Itc
Marititne Canal Company for ttio con
truttion of the Nicaragua imiul.
Hpcre'ary Hay baa cabled inelruclioiiM
to Mioiater Merry, anil- r ulilrli, ilirotiuii
Consul lJooaldsoo, at Mariana, remon
tancea will be lodge! it'i 1'iefi ltat e
Uya againat tbe conceflhion bis (jovern
inent, baa awarded to MeterM. Kyre k
Cttgxn, repreeenling an American Hindi
tate, for tLe conatruction of the taual
upon tin expiration of tbe contract beld
by tbe Maritime Company.
bo far aa tbe administration ia ion
ctrDed, ita objection lo a trmihli-r of tbo
conceafion lie in the t ad elleet it will
have upon conKreea, aliit'h woul I .'.ti-i
tate to vote the Kovernment aid ) ntc
eaary to tbe construction ol the canal.
"l'rivote enlerpride will never Imild
tbat great waterway," t-ai.l an otliciai
laat Diiibt. "A govertiint nt wi.l dave to
build it, and ibat govi ri.tuc-nt will be
ibe Umtd States, ho r an the ul
iniuihtration is ouceine.l it is tu t a quct
tion of wbal cumpany baa a coiitract,
but Hie priaidenl ia iled2eil tu tbe ion
Hlriiction of the canal, lie b-1 . n it 'o
i.f a nrt rsg:i y, ao.l iio i!ie'Hii! iles:rtH i
1 hat tbe status tpri - tnaiii'.niii-.l. in or- .
derlbat wben tbe cubj'ct in di-in-.'.l In
congress no iiiineivsearv coinplicalii i s
may eiiet w bich couhl he lue 1 to th'
dienlvaiitUfU of tbe proprM-jtiuii for the
a'overi merit to huiid tbe canal."
When, last year, M.e department
learned that the Nicaragua govern merit
aaa coDsiderini; the ui'viaaliil tv ol de-
rUMiiK the Maritime Cuuip.o.v cones
aion forfeited, an instruction uus sen? to
Mr. lsaker, theu I oiled blati a mmibltr
at Managua, directing l.im to "iuterpone
difcreet reniouslauces Kr protection ol
rights of this Atntrican corporation.".
1 resident eUva aseured Mr. Baktr
ttiat no such intention e&ieted, aud that
he proposed to act in absolute good faith
toward the Maritime Companv and that
l ulled Mates Minister ISaker thus closes
a memorandum which be tireriareti ter
l'reaident Zelaya tbe d.y following the
interview be bad with him:
"In conclusion, I will exurtta my
gratification at tbe whole lone of friend
liness toward tbo yroeecuticu. of Ui9
canal enterprise under American aus
pices which characterized your conversa
tion with me yesterday, and especially
for tbe pereonal assurance you were
pleased to give me that Ibe franchise f f
the Maritime Canal Company would not
be interfered with by (he Xicaraut gov
ernment until it lapses by its own limit
ation in Octotier, 1S!1), unlets, to uce
your own words. 'Tbe govern ment of
(he L'nited States may deeire to make a
contract direct with tbia government to
build the canal itself. ' "
An English Protectorate.
London, Nov. -. Tlio Vicuna corre
spondent of the laily Telegraph says:
Che Austrian cabinet considers an
Eugliah protectorate of the l'hilippiucs
tho only proper eolutiou of the tpies
tien." Russia May Meddle.
London, Nov.- Tlio lVihn cotre
sjKindeul of the Standard eave:
"Kussia and another power are cred
ited with tbe intentiou of intimating to
Washington that the annexation of tbo
Philippines must be preceded by a com
mon agreement on future actio-j iu cer
BRANTON'S ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE
After Being Convicted He Hops on
to Deputy Sheriff Day.
The jurv, after beiug out J3 minutes,
brought in a verdict of n urder in the
tirtst degree in the case of Clan. I bran
ton, at Eugene Friday. When Bi.intou
was returned to the Jail in mane a des
perate attempt to escaiH). lie pounced
on loputy Shentl Day, aud attempted
to get tho lulter's it-volver. Sheiifl
With-rs went to the rescu.i tnd the
prisoner was subdued. He said that
had he got tho revolver he would have
niado short work of both.
Tbe terrible strug:e occurred ilun
morning alter iirantoii was leturneu
torn the couit hon e, whete lie was
taken lo hear the verdict, ol the
twelve citizens who with one accord
pronounced hitu guilty of tikinrf
of a fellow mail, says fie Guar.
let in-the j ill with the prisoner were
Sheriff Withers and Djpuiy lv, Mar
shal Stilus having been leipiestud to
stand guard at the outer d.);r. Uraulou
haa been c intlned In tne souitiei ceil,
but was put in the mmthea-u cell, while
lH'puty l)av took all tho iie.lding mid
other tilings out of 15-anioii a tell t
search them. Brauton had b.'e.i Wiui.i-
ing just inside the cell door, an. I Sher.tl
Withers in the corridor in iroui ot ni l
door of the other cell where the deputy
was working, The handcuffs were re
moved from Branton on entering the
jail, aud thedooroltheo.il when Ii"
was temixirariiy conniHit was uiin.cKe.i
Deputy Day war nu bin hands uud
kneea with a llght.-d caudle iu his
baud ilnaniiig an iron ventilator (.tho
position being indicated in the diagram
when lie beard a ruh aoioes thu c. in. lit
floor, felt a vice-like grip on hla neck
and a hand forced inlo his hip pocket
after his revolver. Branton had
stealthily made it rush, eluded the sher
ill' and murderously ast-uultml linn. Tim
.lit.iitv'a hand reached hla rovo.ver
almost the same instant Unit Branton 'b
tlid. and crinninu ti n munlfitir by the
wiint Ibe deputy twisted bia arms around
out of. I u nirer. The affair occurred more
ratii.llv than the nen can tracai Ita de
scription. She riff Withers with equal aud
denueas rnnhi-d to the rescue and tdac
ing both tbnmba on Uranton'a wiodpip
(ii:ckly choked him Into sntijetriion, a:
Ihough bia desperate nerlions continued
for some lime. Altar it waa all over
liranton said that had be secure 1 the re
volver he would have escaped If he bad
to kill the sheriff and deputy to do it.
and there la little donbt that I he would
have dona so and killed t.reen in the
This shows tbe ileoperale vbaracter
of tbo murderer, and ij will donbtless
be with a feeling of relief that tbe of
licials will eee hie removal from their
Tbe Native Hons are
and esjiett lo be '000
ji owing rapidly
strong by next
K liter J. F. Amis will ravite tbe Eu
gene liroad-A&e and ex pert a to get' tbe
limt edition to press next Saturday.
The little river it earner built by Ko
gene'a citizens, to ply between that
piace and Corvallis, is now ready to be
Tbe Capital Journal was sold out un
der execution by tbe sheriff Monday.
A. F. lfofor bid tbe property in for about
(1!njo, the amount of tbe judgment.
Whilo felling limber for boom logs six
miles from Florence laat week, Loo
Anderaon was struck on tbe bead by a
falling limb and at last accounts bad
i.ot regained consciousness.
It will not be very long before tbe
inccnliers cf the Oregon National Guard,
who wer rejected laat May on account
of physical defects, will rec, iv pay from
the state for attendance at Camp Mc
Kinley. Wheelmen have become socareies4 in
Salem that the sensible riders found it
ticcii-parv to form an organization for
their profecution to prrveiit tbe city
council from ordinancing against wheels
A verv Had aud lata) accident occurred
at lived Kiver Saturday, aaysTbe Dallee
Chronicle. Mrs. J. J. Gibb .na and her
on were diiving into town in a cait
when the bov stopped to pick up a horse
l.oe in the road. The horse which they
were driving became frightened and ran
away, throwing Mrs. Gibbons out and
breaking her neck.
Thursday nigbt at the opera house in
Kuxene, while the bnilding was packed,
a eertion of tne of the upper floors, on
which there were about 30 people, fell,
:thcut warning. Th lower floor was
kI-o crowded. The section of floor that
fell wai about 12 feet long and 8 feet
wide. It was built out from ibe wall.
The wail supports gave way, and the
floor swung back, precipitatfng tbe peo
ple to the floor below. Tbot-e under
neath were caught under tbe timbers,
but miraculously few of them were in
jured. One man had bis collar bone
hrcken, and a boy about 15 yeara of age
was severely injured in the back. . A.
dozen' or mor received minor injuries.
A regular" pan!c followed the oollapae,
but tbe house was emptied without
further accidents, though another floor
creaked and came near going down dar
ing Ibe rush.
(From The Watchman )
Mercbaut Ira Wimberly bas bit goods
all placed back ia order, after having
tbciu moved out curing tbe fire.
Mrs. J. M. Stark hai returned to her
home at Elktou, after a four months
Visit with relatives aud friends in Mis
souri and Kansas.
About -00 head of fat bogs wer mar
keted hero tlna week, by Beck ley Bros.,
Al Kent, A. Binder, A. L. Butley, John
Fryer and J. J. Heoderor ot Elkton.
Pies, and Mrs. E. II. Anderson gave a
laveiv pleasant halloween party at tne
boarding ball Monday evening for tbe
Normal students and a few invited
Miss Mollie Laikiu is tbe envy of all
tho Drain girls who have gentlemen
friends in the t'hilippines. She baa re
ceived from Manila a handsome souv
enir in the way of a white silk shawl,
C. M. Heuderer went to Portland
yesterJay to conduit an occuliat in re
gard to bis ejep, which have been giv
ing him considerable trouble of late. It
is boed that be will return home with
his eyesight fully restored.
Mrs. Win. Smith and little daughter,
Bassie, have returned to their home at
the L'mpiiua Life Saving station, after a
pleasant month's visit with relatives and
many friends here. They were accom
panied by Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs.
M. E. Eocleston.
W. V. Hardy, wbo just recently re
turned to Drain from Alaska, where be
spuut the summer with the United
Stales Geological Suryev, received a tele
gram Saturday t jjin the survey party
in California, aud lell on tbe overland
the game tdght.
I ho lady Maccabees of this city enter
t lined a number of the Youcalta Lady
M uvaiH'ii at a in. u.icg iu their ball
here .Monday evening. After a profita
ble meeting au eleiiant lunch was served
and a social time indulged iu and greatly
enjoyed by all preseut.
Master Homer DoLauney, of Hudson,
met with a painful accident Suuday,
which resulted in it hrokeu wrist. Ho
had two dogs hitched up to a cart aud
was taking a ride, wheu the gay team
blarted after a chicken, upsetting their
precious load w ith the above results.
Dr. Watle was immedialely atmiuioued
to sot tho fractured limn, aud reports the
little patient getting along ulowly.
With this issue we are called upon tu
note another change in the business
circles of our city. Kent & Bridges,
who lost their building by the recent
tiie. have purchased the general tuer
chatidUe stock of Perkins & Co., and
have a Ule.l it to their stock ot nibruhau
dise and hardware, which was saved
from the llauies. Tluv are doing bum
in si at thu old Bland of Perkins & Co.,
in the Drain brick buildiug. They have
added new goods Id tueir already largu
stock, and have a Btore replete with
everything iu their Hue. This will be
g iod news to their many old patrons
wIm will teceivu the tame courteous
iinati.iPi.t lit their hands
State Preas Comment.
Kast Oreoniai, : We ire going to
hold the i'hilippine and dig the Nicara
gua canal. That means work fi.r thous
ands of people and good limes to the
i'aciflc coai-t. Never was I here a more
glormna opportunity for men to do
something for themselves.
Albany JJemocrat: A very ailly argu
ment Introduced in the campaign in the
eaat is tbat il tbe democrats are victori
ous In the coming election the war will
be renewed. The election will have
nothing to do with it, and tbe men who
advance the argument know it.
Albany Harald; Oeneial Coiev has
not been beard from very olten of late,
bot if any state in tbe Union gives a
popnllatlc majority this tall, he can have
another show, for it is certain that
within ila borders there would be an am
ple Held for him to raie aootber army.
Capital Journal : We believe it was
wrong to knock the Orphan's Home of
Salem out of an appropriation. The
Orphan's Home was a purely nonsecta
rian institotion. It was managed by a
committee of Salem ladies wbo gave
their lime "without money and without
price." They wtre doing for 15,00x1 a
year w hat oonld nut h done for leas
than $10,000. It woul I be far better to
close up tbe reform school than the
home of tbe poor li'tle inhtcent babes.
East Oregonian: President McKin
ley, fresh from contact with the people
of the weal, has decided lo keep all the
Philippine. The president's decielun
has been foreshadowed carefnlly front
committing himself. Anxious to eie- '
cnte the will of Ibe people, be ban been
tndyiegthe sentiment of the country
for months. When be came wett on bin
recent trip he was swept along by the
full' current of expansion 'Sentiment.
President Mc Kin lev bas been a little
loth to thrust upon the nation tbe grave
reeponeibilitiee attached to the govern
ment of the Philippines and ita 9,000,-
000 of semi-barbarians, but he hai faith
in the u III main judgment of the plain
iople of the United States, and he will
bow to their will. He believes in the
people, in tiieir voices and senlunei.t.
lie is iiopular president on that ac
count. In uttering Him decree he '
certainly done what the people u bed.
l be stars and unites will wave over an
island empire in the eastern suae An
oppreed people are to be given lii r
tiea and benefits that they never
(Kroui thu tia.etlc.)
Dr. Myra l'.rown was in Oakland
Measles are abating and the clasna n
tCiiool are tilling np
Ja8. A. Underwood will erect a votUtfa
on bis property on Oak street.
Mrs. I. K. AVishart
returnetl to her
home at Oregon City
Mlee Mande Beck'ev left for Oakland.
Cil., on Montlay moroiRg's overland,'
where she expect t to remain during - thn.w
Mrs. George T. Utieeell returned frcm
the East Tuesday morning, having been
called home by the illn as of Prof. G. T.
Mr. V. L. Bogard. au old-time resi
dent of Oakland, but who hai sojourned
in Uaulornia t be past year, lelurned to
Oakland last Tuesday.
Miss Mamie Eyana re'nned from
Roseburg Thursday morning after a
short visit, and will leave next Fiiday
morning lor Uol lemtate, aeu.
Born, on Tuesdav morning Nov. 1. to
Mr. and Mrs. Jeiry Tnornton, a girl.
Honors are easy now at tbe Thornton
borne, it being bleered with four boys
and four girls.
Hon. A. F. 8terns could slat d in
front of a cannon or a buns saw, he
could stay in the ring with Fitzsinimons
or Cor belt, but tbe measles got him
down this week aud crawled all over
Peters & Mack aud S, D. Evans
shipped three carloads of apples this-
week to eastern markets. Tbe Iruit
was gilt edge, no finer ever grew, and
was properly bandied in preparation
When a crime is committed, no matter in
what corner of the earth tbe criminal tries
to hide, he
or other on
ia a detective
lay his hand
in the human
may be, Na
force of de
dies haa one that will eventually hunt dowa
and arrest tbat particular disease.
Lung and bronchial diseaaea are among,
the most baffling complaints which doctors
have to deal with; because it ian't the lunga
or bronchial tubes alone which are affected,
but every corner of the system furnishes a
lurking place for theae elusive maladies.
They change and reappear and dodge
about the system under numberless dis
guiaea. They are almost always compli
cated with liver or stomach troublea, nerv
ousneas, neuralgia, or "general debility."
The beat detective remedy which Nature
has provided to aearch out and. arrest these
perplexing ailmenta is Dr. Pierce'a Golden
Jledical Discovery. It laya an arresting
band directly upon tbe poisonous, paralys
ing elements biding in the liver ana diges.
It givea the blood making glands power
to manufacture an abundant supply ot pure,
red, highly vitalized blood which reinforces
the lungs with healthy tissue ; feeds the
nerve-centres with power, and builds up
solid muscular flesh and active energy.
For weak lunga, apitting of blood, shortness
of breath, nasal catarrh, bronchitis, severe
coughs, asthma, and kindred affections, it
la a aovereign remedy. While it promptly
curea the aevereat cough it etrengtbena
tha avatem and purines the blood.