rortlfni'llibrtry Vol. XXX. ROSKJJURG ORKGON, MONDAY, JANUARY y, 1899. No. 8. I ! O. It I, KM. Ki)MKIIt( IUtilK, No. art Imlil their malar c.iiiiinuiil. slliiii al Ilia I. O. (). r. oil wimihi ami Imirin unirs.Uy I on miinin. aii iiii'iihm r niiipiHi m at land regularly, and all vlalllug brother tiir many iiiviuhi w aiwiiii. UIIA. I.. IIADI.KV, K. H IU 8. KlliDI.K, Hwrolary. v(Uili..l i:i)ll.N( II., NO. l JK. i;. I', A. M niiiou tivrry nvdnlay kvciiIiii a anliH'K In tliii Ol.l Mawiulo llitll. V iMtllllM a, ulii'Ti aru e.ipiiuiiy iiiviiviI in atleim. 0, II. lAKM.iN, , w,rH, tJitiiiiiiiinr, HiHiurillim Hecrulaty, T 41THKI. MIIMIK, A. V. A. M , KK'U'I.AU 4 uioviliiKi tho i ami 4lh neduosdaji lu fi n mmim. UlrK JUllNnClN, W. tj. t. T. Jswau, M irjr, Ttllll.KTA 1(1 AN I.Oi(IK. NO. S. I. O. II. i miwU Hatmday irnilii nl t-arli wm.Ii al their hall In ll'H retime I in -l at K.mliin M.inlKTSOl hannli'l In mm sumting ait luvll tri to allatMl. . t. vt , HI UAfl'ir.i fi.li. N. T. Jaw art. mu'j. rMMKllllUO lallHiK. NO. la. A. O. II, W. null llm mmiiiiiI u. I (mi i til MiiiiiU). nl mh uinutn al7 an p. m. al tM.l rtiiia nail Metnlmnol the mder hi I'm-i .landing aie In f llwl Ui allam.l. UKNOI'OHr. NO. ft, 0. A. II., MKkM Mil Srl ami thiiil Ifiursdar til ia lt inutu al i 1. hi. tWOMUNN KKLUr I OKIM NO. I", MKal tint anil third fililajr In a h mniuli T OHKHU KUCHA II KK.Nt). , S. O. K. H, . MKsVIn the ma anil tlili'l In. I and tlili'l Ibuiwiaya in mo mtnth. . MDl.l.lK Hit A l MHvHJK, W. M HKUINA II A" I', Hro'y. uonkBuku uivihion no fx naaia awry vuiud iil hmnu nuu.Ujr. I.IIIA WJU'ir.. no- " - aearf Wednesday v.'lilus at O.I.I follua. 17. K. Or IV, MKXI H.li Vlalllu KlilKliU 111 good siau.iiim n Stall; luvltnl ui slleud. I'roleaaluiinl fair!. noaua H aaowa. yaxu. raus tcstim. J)RWN A TU8TIN, rt Attorucys-at-L;iw, HiKimtT aiitl A A WlUon UliHk. Ta ItonltlU'ku, OK, VV.R WILLIS. Attorney and Counselor ut Law, Will awIlM la all lha e.iurt of lha HUU. iH laa la MaraWr. llalldum. D"uU auaatr. Or. M. II AMD Y, k DENTIST, Hatlrw IIiiIUIiuk, Talapbiint) N. i KOEIH Ut.. OKKUON RA B. RIDDLE, Attornt-y at Law, . Tailor AW Tlai'ii Hla . HOSKUIIKI. OHKCiON. F. W. DBN80N, Attorncy-at-Iuw. KiHitn. I ami .' lanTlaM tltt IM I km UO-HH U'., OKKlltiN M. OUAWFOHD, Attorney at Law, Room. I al, M.l.Ur. IIUk.. KOaKHl'KU, Vli. fWBtilni'M bvloru Ilia 11. H. Iitvl omit ami mliitiii ca-a a iin'lall)f. Late Kecslvcr 0. H. I.au.1 0ct. Northern Pacific RallroaJ Company. Am stilltuu tit kota lo nil iuin!a Knst at half (be regular ralt'. i. S. K. licit k , Lotal Ageut No. Muratora IniiMinn. YRA BROWN, M. D. tlKUCK, -V) JitrkvJti bln-fl, at ti -I.Uticc ol Mra. J. llltcr. Ko.-KllLUti OK. J A. lU'CMANAN, Noluiy lMl'lir, Atloruey-ut-Law. Collections a Specialty. K.i.'lil :i Marnier IhuUIiiik- HU-fcUl'Hti, OR STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. HOTEL, rm .McCLALLEN. MR8. I). C. McCl.aU.KN, 1'mji. UAlQUAllTUS TOR TBAVELINa MEN. HATIIH KUABONAIII.IC. Large, Fluu 8amilo Koomi. Proa 'Bui to uJ Krotu Trulu. &0SEBU&9. Et Fcniilur KviirtH wiih givcii, iu thu pm-iirittliii nf liiH siM'iH'lit'8 tiuil ojiin-l.-.nti. j cxi fi'iliiinly lmiK mi'l invulvwl Uu.dkU jwrfi't tly ltiritl Bi'iiti'incH. Tliia duvc rlwi to lnoro tr Ii'km jocular irlti ciHin un tho imit cf tho inthH. Soino ono nipntiiniiitl it to KviirtHimodity. Hit tya twlnklrd iih liosaid: "Vi-H, I know thorn are two (tlivwca of ihii1o who uro very irmch tiiioiotl to long nciiti'iKH'H ; ono la tplcgrniili opcnilorn, iiiul tho other Is rrimiuitlH. " Anil Thru Ila Wtnt Home. "Mr. Wahid1," t-ho liiurmuriHl, "do jon it'iiiciiibi r when, in 18U1, wo nut oy to wiiti h tho new jcitr inV" "Ves," ho ri'iilioil itiiitiirouHly. f 1 1 tltiit't yini tloii't you"- "D in t I wharf" "Dnu't yiu think wo uro beginning ntthtir nuly tliia your?" Wiuihingtofi iNew btore ! s' (jr A l;ULL Staple and Fancy GROCERIES Country Produce Nought and Sold TAYLOR & WILSON ULOCK Low Prices! Fall and Winter Goods Just Received and More Call and Examine our Mammoth stock. SOMETHING NKW! NKW STORI-! naiW4a The People's Store I. ABRAHAM, Prop'r. A complete Hue of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Eurnishiii"; Goods, Mats, Caps, Capes, Jackets, and a tine lineofJMillinery Goods. everything New, purchased manufacturers, especially for the Fall Trade. Call and exaimine Goods and Prices. Health is THEN Pure Fresh Drugs SOLD BY A. C. MARSTERS & CO. Prescriptions HI led Accurately And With Dispatch. A Full Line of Patent Medicines and Toilet Preparations SpecialSale Great.Rc.S Furniture $75 lied tt it Room tt A Fine Line of Chairs, formerly 1.50, now $1.00. Now is the time to get liig Values. Call, examine aud be convinced. Alexander & Strong. New Goods 1 rqeeiy STOCK OP Free Delivery Coming 4 WOLLENBERG BROS. NICW GOODS! HVKRYT1IING NKW! for Cash direct from Kasteru Wealth ! USE Suit it for i. S35 2750 25 CAOAN COURT-MARTIAL It Organizes With General Mer ritt At the Hud. PROCLLDINOS DfGAN TtlSDAY. The Charges Formally RaJ. l;agan I'lc-aded Not Utility, and a Visit Matlc. U AhiiiM.ius, Jun. i'.j. Tlie liurdof army bllii ialn oiuto I lo ait u a court uiaiti il in tho tan 1 ui Couiinury-i ien eral l!ati m : nuruing at ihn Lb- tit liouoaiiil iroetedtti to bnrlnrra. Tho court win cuuipiHuJ of Majtjr-tjvn eral W. K. .Meiritl, (ie1.erilJ4i1.taH. Vad, f. H. V. ; M ,j r-(ien ral .M. C. Duthr, l. S. ; Major- irnf ral S. li. M. VcunR', U. S V.; 15rifc'a le r- in.i ral Kotiil T. rranlr, U. . V. J li: Ua lit r- (JoniTal (lew A.Ujii Iu!!, U. . V.; Briadioi'tit n. taI JhcoU Kline, I'. y. V. Bi i)(.i!ii r-'Jciitral Iticliurd CoubA, I '. S. V. ; Coh'iiul Titer C. Iliine, Co'on-1 I.. Uil!c.it, Colonel Chariot C. Katcf.jfcurjJi of cnuine.'tN; Culom-I Franca L. (jucut her, l'uuith a r ; 1 1 1 . r ; l.ieu eiuut (i'orge Uayiii, j j.lije-adViLA'o I the totirt. Alltr tho ntoI prdinir.ariee the charge ajinsl i:,igin nt-rc Kad by the jude-advocAttj. At ihu conclusion of iho n ailing, on UiK rtijiiiHled to 1 K ad lo lli-j epficiliLa tiou to the lirtt charge, Y.ti n eai l "i;ot Kui.'y," nut th nvin, hoatf t-r, t iant tl.e BN'citlea(iuu H'.l forfli corrtfiy curl of tho jtiKU4ie-i mod To t'. K-touJ char,;- ho pleaded "nil jjtuli ' Tho jn lg.-adv.i.-at lln"i ar-j mi I sail this cao in band huh a i-eetilinr one. bill pretetiled ui titjii-tiai iiillj :nU e. Tin- acenwd hud feen li; ., mid .j tho iilea uf 11. -t tuilt" to. 1. u viordd t -lidiiirf to itiahly it, bin bo did n.t (hiuk (he pita relieva the touri Irom tLo mceesiiy of proy n thu la ti a Ih-. J. Jii-Uu V ji ;!i;ii-i, hi, Ca-tn'o cjUUacl reundJvi britll.-, and capl.iiuej whv pialiiy;iu otda htil b-en u.-ctl unc-u hia ricoiuuieudati'.Mi. 1'lie t-pfciUeali jii .II I thu acciui d :iv it injutlice in iluiti i; b-cli I partu-iiiv nx-prer-nions ilhout i;iii thu cor:txt, an J in out; or ui ro ia.H mem tiio fieci(i- ratinn iiio:ed ) -tau in Irr mildieifa aeiittnce. Conliinii..;, orlhinton Said ho dooirej tj tt: brivliy to the court tho substance ol Kjj.iu'd dfcDse. Whatever, be said, tho court may think of tho propriety of tho lftti;jav;e uaed by Hawaii before tl.o war investigat ing commission, there was u doubt iu hi 8 '. WorUiinyton'f) mind that bo was fully prottcUd iu ti-ii'g that language by thu laws ot the 1 .11.. I. In no court, civil or military, lie eaij, coi.ld llio a.cticd be held accountable for tl.o language i vni if i; could be uial- ice. lu addition tj tliis the prcsi dent of the United States had inr-truc'.ed the war iuvestiga'.iou c3iu:ni;io;i to an nouue.i publicly w Ituesaen befoo that tribunal would be given iintuuui'.y fiotu the conscijut ncca of any bt.itemeut male. Wcrlhingtun went over tho testimony given before Iho war investigating cou. mistion t y M,!e, an 1 d tij K tgan had attempted to l iiug charges agaiust Miles for his statements but had met with re fusal from Alger. Couutpl said the newspapers then look up the charges id Miles ar.J goadeJ Kagan ulu.Obt to desperation, lie had come to believe the press and tho coun try at large had accepted the accusations made hy Miles as tiuo, aud the condi tion of his min 1 in coue.pidiice grevi' worsj aud worsj until he wmi 111 a s'ato bordorini 0:1 d'.str.iction. Tito language which Kigan used under these ctrcum Btatices was the natural ou burst of an honest in a u eull'jring under unjast a'ccti sati ut. Tho court took a recess, and the mem bers were receive I by the prcsi Inn t at thu White Honso. At ll:iOtho body reassembled, and Major C. Mills tostitl ed oil behalf ol the government. Ho was recorder for the war investi gating commission. The matter, he said, if Kigau in giving testimony be fore the comuiisson was that of a man laboring under great excitement, but trying tj control himself. Witness ideiitilled euuie of the language in the cpccitlculious as that uetd by lOsgau. Mujor-Cietierl McCock, retired, was thu lit xt witiu'Sr". He wai preront when Kaguu was before tin war iuviBtig ttlng commission. "Thu imprestiou 1 In I," ho saij, "Mas that lOagan mint lutvo beeu labor ing under great norvom exoitemout ." He recalled hjiiih of (lu Iitugiugo used aud it ae,ivcl ubutttntially with tho tes timony as published. He wad ehown a copy of the Fpecilicatiuus, and identified some of the language as laving beeu used by Kag.ui. At the conclusion of McCok'a te.tti mouy tho judge-advocate lead ut some length from Mtlca' t -sti m jny before tho war investigation commission, which called for the objectionable language in l'ligan's Rtatement. Al thu conclusion of the reading of Miles' statement, Worlhiugtoii lead ut longth from Ivtgan's icyihtid ledinmny ! ro ll.fi wlir inventigation commiHuloo, At a iiVlt:k lhi court adjourned ntitil tomorrow morniog. , v aiiiMiiwx, Jn. 25. Tim iiiembert of Iho Kog.in court-martial, alter paying their respects t tti preaident t5ay( caiicl at th war department. Seert litry Alger am) Adjutant-tieneral C irhiu wero IxHh temporarily ah tout at lli" lime, to thu court called iion (ten eral Milea. Liter they wora received by h.:crlary Algor, and were preaonted to (im ral C ;rbln. Tbevi.it wan purely for ma!. Do You Know the Answera? The pioneers of Oregon are fast paas ing away, and mm there wiil be none left to lull tho story ot their trials and victories in the avttlerneDt of thu North west. With the-ii are pas-ing away the knowledge of many fgcls of genrai In terest as null av facta of Iscal bistory. Kvery county of Oregon rhoulJ have local bittorical society to col Net and proat-rva those fauU. Wi'h the orgsni- zttion of such a nociety, many an old relic of hitt'jrica! value, deds, o'd files of 1aiH'r., letteis. documents, etc.. would come to light which else would be forgotten. Following out the thought expressed a'Mjve, here ttre a few questions that I would like lo have answered : 1. When and wbera was the firs school house built in Douglas county?- Who taught the first school? 3. When was the first school district orgtbizud? The second? 4. When was the fir-t church build ing oraiiUuJ ? 5. What ai the Grt church organ- i.ed? i. Whu locate I the first donation nod cUim? 7. Whose was the first Iikim built? Who owned the tirot reaper? The Crst threshing u.auhine? 1 be tirat w jgoo in the c u ' 1 1 y V Wiiu built the tirat taw mill? '.. What was the tiri town si e laid out V l'J. What tribi of Iodiaus ot-CUpied thu territory ii clu.leU iu DougUs ciuo ty? II. Name sjiuo early Indim chiefs. I-. A'e thsre any old Indian battle grounds, furls, or earth woiks iu Iouglas county? IX Where in I'jugla county were Indian villages located? i J. Are there any Indian legends con nected with any parts of the county? l-. What is tho origin of OlalU? Ump l'.ia? Ca!aooia? l(i. Are there any natural enriojitie in I)jiig!as county ? 17. When was gold tirst discovered in this county ? I S. Are there any incidents of histori cal importuuee in the early settlement of Douglas county, su.'h as battles with the Indians, lodian massacres, etc? l'J. Why were the following so named: Looking tilass, Ditmond Like, Oakland, Cow creek, Llk creek? Who will give me by litur the infor mation I deaire, aud who are willing to join me in organizing a historical socie'y iu Douglas county? Address j. a. r... Care I'lainiokalilR, Koseburg, Oregon. Those Who Endnre The pains of rheumatism should be re minded that a cure for this disease may be found in Hood's Sarsaparilla. The experience of those who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla for ihcumatism, and have been completely and permanently cured, prove the over of this medi cino to rout and commer this disease. Hood's Sarsaparilla is tho One True' Blood l'ui ifier and it neutralizes tho acid which causes the aches and pains of rheumatism. This is why it absolutely cures wheu linimeuts aud other out ward applications fail to give permanent relief. I'.j ture to get Hood's. DOORS TO OPEN OUTWARD. Provisions of a Bill Introduced by Oray Which Is Designed to Pro tect the Public. Sallm, Jan. L'4. Cray's bill pro viding for the opeuiug of the doors of public buildings outward, passed by the house yasterday, reads as follows: "Sei'tion 1. The doors of all public buildings hereafter constructed of the following cla-s, viz.: Opera houses, school buildings, churches and public halls, be so coustnictsd as to permit them to open to the outside. "Sec. 2. Any person vioUliug thu provisions of this act chall be deemed guilty oi a mi&demetuor aud upon con victiou thereof shall be flued not less lhau (5 uor moru thuu $-3." O.ily one man iu LK1 in height. is over six feet tieneral Otis (at the telephone) Hell o ltell-o! Is this Kel-o-eel-c? tieneral Miller? How's the unlives? Miller-All shooting their mouths off. Otis De stroying their own ammunition, euV tiood-by. I'll have to tell this to Col onel 11 1. van. Cull ut Iho Boss Store aud pi ice their goodt), and you will he surprised to find thorn ut nuch low figures, DEPARTMENT FIRM. Agoncillo's Representations Will Not Change Its Position. ADMINISTRATION DISSATISf ILD It May Take Very Careful Handling of the Philippine Question to Avoid a Conflict. WAiiiNi.ro.v, .Jan. 25. The presenta tion to the etite department jeiterday of the commuuii a'.ion from Agonc'dlo, Aguinald's represent iv., in hn styles himself, has not changed the attitude 6f the department towards him, and there is not the slightest probability that he will be officially recognized by tbe presi dent or the dnpartment. This communi cation may bring about the adoption of a new line of policy by the insurgents in the Philippines. The first manifesta tions ol this in case it is decided to re sort to open hostilities, probably will be tbe sadden departure of Agonclilo and bis staff Irom Washington and from the limits of tbe United States. There were n? advances from Otis today. The Administration Is Alarmed. Chicago, Jan. 15. A Scial to the Tribune Irom Washington says: It can no longer m denied that considerable alarm is felt in administration circles over the sitoation at Manila and Ilo llo and the latest advices are no' of a rea. suriug character. General Otis is of the belief that the insurgents are about to force the issue, and if tliia shou'd occur tba result cannot be predicted further tbaa that the Americans will I e victori ous in tbe end. There are two serious con tigencies con fronting tbe tioops bear llo Ilo, one Ic ing a conflict with the naMves and the other a fear that small-pox may brjak out among tin troops. Hesides this, the eitutlim at Mtnila is considered much more grave thau that at Ilo Ilo, and it is feared that the in surgents may com milt an overt mt which will bring on a conflict. While tbe warlike attitode of Aguiu- aldo excites alarm at tbe war depart ment, that is not considered tbe most serious feature of the situation. Those in a position to know the facts say the diplomatic situation is eveu more grave. Kitber Germany or ripiin or both may recogoize Aguiuallo'a li'.tle republic for interested motive, Germany to secure a foothold and .Spain to accomplish tbe re lease of its prisoners of war. This acticn is imminent, and government officials say they would not be surprised if it look place within L'4 hours. Prompt ratification of ihe treaty wouU have avoided this entanglement, but it is conceded no that both Spain end Germauy have some grounds for actiou to protect their own interests. The cables announcing tbe proclama tion of a republic did not create much of t disturbance, i Aguinaldo proclaimed bis independence last summer. Agoncillo fi ret came here, then wem to Paris, and then returned to Washing ton in the capacity of the repre Tentative of the Philippine republic. This is the reason be has not been received of ficially, as to do so would be to recognize tbe republic tie wai treated exactly like Pal ma and Queuda, who were uever recognized as tbe diplomatic representa tives of tbe Cuban republic, but oaly as delegates of the iusurgent army. Agoncillo will not be recognized ut any time. He has beau permitted to file papers at thu state department, but has never been received diplomatically, and will not be. There is an understanding at thu pres ent moment entirely informal, but none the lees effective, that iu case Spain or Germany, or both, rccogniz Aguinaldo as the president of au independent re public Great Britain will at ouce teccg nize the temporary sovereignty of tbe United States iu tbe Philippine ialauds, peuding action on the treaty. Knowl edge of this fact, it is said, is all that causes Germany to hesitate. Ambassador White bas not been di rectly instructed lo make auy repreeen alion to Germany, but he eouvejed "un officially" an intimation that thu United States, peuding the disposition of the trea'y, would cousidar recognition of Aguinaldo by Germauy as an unfriendly act, aud by Spain as a direct violatiou cf a solumu pledge to give this country six months in which to consider tho treaty. INSANE ASYLUn. An Interesting Letter from a Douglas Connty Attendant. Salkm, Or., Jan. 20. lStW. Einion Pi.AiMiicAi.Kit: Tho semi-weekly pLWMifciu.tu makes a twio-ii-week vii.it, in fact a letter from lnmo. I shall inios the pleasant face if C. Y. Benjamin when 1 vUil thu office in the near (uliuu. God has gaimi.l it goo I soul and the world has lo.-t a goo I man. for the past llvo 111 mtlis 1 liava bu ui un attendant in Iho insane UHyhnii and I must say lint itiHtiitiiinii In managed ah- ly 1 credit to Oregon. There are some 3;, ,'emslo and some 7iK m il patients. total of 1 IDS. Attendants and help, men imd women I ;',), malting a total of l.V)l, a pretty good ei l family. They are nil ladies and gnnllemmi, none other being employed. Douglas c unty U rep resented by David Gel nick, Geo. V P.oggs, and .fas. A. Sterling. The Thanksgiving, Xmaa, and New Yesrdln ners wero fit for n king. Chicken, tur key, pie, CJke, it), etc. O.i Xmte a largo tree loaded with candy, nuts, pipes etc., was in the chapel and many of the wards were nicely decorated with ever greens and on Xmas there was a theatri cal p'ay, raise, etc. and each ward visited by c.rol s'ngtrr. Evry Monday and Thursday Ibere ii a dance, with sploodid music etc. and they (the patients and attend inU) are koO J dancers in quad rilles, round dunces ami laccrs. On Babbath we have chaiel exercises at 2 p. lui, with preaching by some minis- ter'and a good choir. I taw an old Ump. qoian fill Ihe pulpit, T. P. 1'oyal, a yea, ago princif al of the Umpiua Academy at Wilbar. He is an able minister and looks shout the same as a year sgo only older. We are well protected from fire by a good water system, hydrants every where, and the parents drill every day against fire and to enable them to get out in case tl.ey need to save human life. We get up at 5:30, breakfast and sweep. All thi floors are v. axed and fairly shine. Every thing hai to be cleaned no housewife is eo particular. The win dows fa'riy glisten. Tbe work is Dot hard, bat monotonous every day alike. The patients have good, wholesome food. Many times I cat at tbeir table. Tboir beJs are erring beds with plenty of bed ding. I don't advice a married man of any rued fami y to work here, as pay is quarterly, first quarter, $75; second quarter, S2 5), and then raises up t f7.50, then quits unless you are h-ad attendant, theti $ -10 to t42.C0 (er UjCIi b, according to ward. It is a good place for a single man or woman at they are ' lowed board, lodging and laundry. I consider any change in a board ol trustees an eir r let well enough alone, and pa -s a hi to recompense superan nuate! or crippled attendants by a state prnaion. Attendant Moore was poshed ou' ol a window three stories hiith. breaking bis legs. He W a crippls for life, and an accident may occur any day to au aUei.dant, ud I consider the duty of tl o state to rovi.l lur such, I think the appointment of a new board onwis?. Build in electric line lo the state reform scLooi, mute school,' cottage farm and not wast it on ny un necessary offices. Senator Al Heed Mauds iii high es teem, same a at In me. Our memb-rs ol tbe lower hou-f, cilto. Joxt. A un til b y in m Austin .Sunday School claaa was asked: "W lure do tho wicked finally go?" "They p radio law for a sp.dl an d then they go to lite legist tture," was the pat reply of ti e ohs- ri iog bov ex. Siiasta Llmi ted la the name of the ouly perfect train in the world, now running every night between St. Paul md Chicago, via tbe Chicago, Milwaukee k St. Paul Itailway the pioneer road of the west in adopt ing all improved facilities for the safety and enjoyment of passengers. An illus trated pamphlet, showing views of beau tiful scenery along the route of the Pio neer Limited, will be sent free to any person upon receipt of two-cent postage stamp. Address Geo. II. Ileafford, Gen eral Pasaenger Ageut, Chicago, 111. The Mother's Pay Day. What pay doc a hard -working mother of a family receive fur her labor at the end ot a week 1 he Husband may bring home his regular wuges. Some of the child . ren may be old .V J. enough to earn SJ'Z'CL theiri. Rut the mother, what is her pay for her days of toil and often nights of anxiety? Well, she is either paid in love or she isn't paid at all. Tbe majority of mothers are perfectly satis fied with the simple recompense of loving appreciation. If any mother doesn't receive that much, it's an awful pity. It's a sad tiling when the mother comes down sick with overwork or worry, or be cause some little weakness or disease has been neglected until it gets to be alarming It should never be allowed to get to this point. She ought to be looked after right away. She nectUthe help of common sense medical treatment. Of course no one medi cine will cute everything. A medicine must be specially adapted toils particular purpose. If the digestive organs or the liver are out of order Or. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery is a perfect and scientific remedy. His "Favorite Prescription " is specially devised fur weaknesses and diseases of the womanly organs; and it is the most potent remedy for these troubles which bas ever been invented. Where both these conditions exist these two medicines taken alternately constitute a thoroughly scientific course of treatment, which has been marvetously suceessful with thousands of dyspeptic, debilitated and uervous women. "I take Kre..t treasure in recommending Dr. Pierce's Favunte I'rrseription. 'llolilen Medics! Diw-'overy' aud ' Pellets,' u writes Mm. Jed Law rence, South Hero, tiraml llc Co., Vt. "My trouble was f.-mate weakness, ki.lnev dieae, lleuialitin, clinime of life ami ba.l llowllir .well.. I took eight tkiitlesol Dr. Pierce's favorite Pre scriptioll, licvell dottles of Col. ten Medicui IMS iHiverv. anil seven nuall vials nl ' Pellet..' 1 he doctor did nut hrl ie any- 1 could not sleep nlulit nor dav. 1 i.ullere.1 everything ln-fore I lieuiiu to lat.e lr. puree s nivdiriues. Wheu I bewail to H- them wciuhetl I"" pound. Now wcIkIi ui voi.".ls. 1 uu now do dl my woi. wm P TTJ !