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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1899)
ROSKliURG OREGON, MONDAY, KKliRUARY 27, 1899.
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ll. fid lliulr regular rniiiiniiiilralloii al lbs
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a inoniii. n ini'iiiiMir" n'ii."v,
ii.iiesmarly. aim an Vlaiting
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.J month. niKKJOIINH)N. W.U.
At. jwTt, wwf.
JlTlJCTAUI A N IJI.KIK. NO. M. I. U. O. F.
tnaaLa Haltinlav nvnihia of vatih woek al
Jolt lull III O.I. I Follow 'I'vuiple at lloaubura:,
feutlM-rsol ii oritur In good standing arwltivll
al In attaint. J. W. HI HAM., N. it.
N. T. Jaw art. hVo'y.
( rjOHKIHIR'l IXHMIK, NO. is, A. p. It, w.
V iiuvM the ais-ond mil fourth Mondays ol
tvih inoiilh 17 JU . m. al Uilil Fulliiwa hall.
Inmlwrs ol Ilia ordor In good standing ro In
Vltml to alUiud.
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K, W. Kimoli, , Ktiiaueli r.
IJEKOrOKT, NO.VO, U. A. It., MKT Till
Oral kin) till rd Thiiradara ol each in'iitlb,
t t o. 111.
WOMEN'S KKI.IKF CORPS NO. I,
flnl ami third Kildays
M Kit 1H
ruivnttini ,111 1-1 nil Ml . (1. K. H.
AX ,ha lint aud Hill. I Thursdays tl Oauh
MOl.MK KlIAUrKOOK, W. M.
HKUIN A ItAnT, heo y.
NO 4?i, II. OK I If.
x- niwiUi ovary M'uouit mul lourlb Htiuday.
ALPHA l-OPHK, NO. 47, K. OF P.,
very Wednesday evening at O.lil Fellows
Hall. VlalUng KWKbla In good slsnding
stally liivtuxi to aiumJ.
100 H. BBOWM. Mill. rAUl TCSTI.
IJROWN A TU8TIN,
K'MIHU 7 and
T 4s Wilson Hlork.
Attorney and Oounnolor at Law,
Will fWMtlo In all lbs M.urla of ths HUU. tC
loa la XUraWn, HmUlliiK, Di.ua Ua euuuly. Or.
J A. Itt CHAN AN, Nutaiy 'iUU ,
Collections a Specialty.
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C M. HAMUY,
w ' DENTIST,
liltpUouo No. 4.
RA B. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
Taylor A WIImiii lllk.
HO-iKbt KO. OKKUON.
Itoom I aii't
Hi'tlaw II 11 1 Ml nil.
Attorney at Imw,
HiKllu. 1.V1. MuniU ti HIilK., KOriKHU IUI, OU.
nayBiiiiluit U lori' llio V. t. Uiul Olllcc ami
mluluf oaaea a nH'clalty.
Lato Roooivrr V. M. IjiuI OrBnv
Northern Pacific Railroad Company.
Ate aniline lii'kolN (o nil jioinlu KhbI tit
hall tlia rrgulor rule".
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Locul Aiifiit No. 'J, MniiUT8 LiuiMiiitf.
YRA BROWN, M. D.
OKKIUR, : Jurkmm Htrcvl, at ri'
liloucv ot Mm. ). Ulrcr.
ROrKBl Hti, Oil.
u. v. v.. vaii:,
Physician ami Surc-oii,
Ilinlili in c.
TIMI! sciir.oi i.rs
Mjll l.akti, lii'iivi'r, Kl.
Worlli. DniHlia. Kail
mill l'it. HI. 1'iilK,
t IiIl'iiko uinl Kust.
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7 :.M a. 111.
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1 All allllti! tlitli'ii mib
Ji'i t to 'liaiiK.
For Hail Krain imo
Hi.il Die. I, K, 1,1, is, 1,
4 p. m.
r p. ut.
4 p, m.
To AMnnii hihI Wny
LaitilliiKa. lu p.m.
A a.m. Orcloii City, Nuwlirru,
Ex.Huuday I Hali'iu 4 Uuy-i.au! K
4 !U l, 111.
i Wlllametlaand Vum
Ort'Kon Cliy, I'ltytou,
I auU Way-l.auiliiiiia
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rortlaml to I'm vlll
4:SU n. Ul.
Hlparin to l-owltoii,
W. II. miUI.HVHT,
(ieutntl I'uHBDitgcr Agunt.
. It. tk N. Co.,
LIVE ip LET LIVE!
HU.llTlltl' HllOVO IllllltO I Will Mill fOllllllllO to
iirvi-v lor all imillra iliKlrlnu my n.i.Miiiii o im
au tiiiglin'i-r or Niii vnyoi'. My clnirKra will lit)
n-aivKiuliU' In ml my wmk yimutiiUiiJ. Amulao
Ail'lu'an mn lit Uli'vi'liunl, DiiiikIhx Co., Or.
V1I.I. I. lllCVIMkN
i New Store 1
Staple and Fancy
TAYLOR ft WILSON BLOCK
Judge us by vhat ve arc doing. Judge us by the
continued increase of buyers. Judge us by the
DRY GOODS your friends have purchased of us.
Judge us by our Prices Get your friends to tell
you how much they paid. That is al) we ask.
New Spring- Goods
The People's Store
1. ABRAHAM, PropY.
A complete line of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots & Shoes,
Furnishing Goods, Mats, Caps, Capes, Jackets,
and a tine line"ofMillinery Goods.
Kvciything Xew, purchased for Cash direct from Kasteru
manufacturers, especially for the Fall Trade.
Call and exaimine Goods and Prices.
QF EpECJlJL tfiLUL '
A c troful st'Iection of Irug tnJ ( lietnicals villi a thorough
I know Inltfo ol llioir llicraputio aiul rhemical properties enable"
I tin to Kiuritutco to our patroiiH l'lirily, Standard Slrenulli, aud
j Ai;rurai-y in ccmiiouiidinn iij niiirtDs' rreHoriptioos and fam-
Jin uililition to our I'Xi'cllout laboralory facilities, wo carry iu 8toc :
Patent ncdlcliics, Dye Stuffs, a Superb Quality o1
Perfumes and Cosmetics, Toilet Soaps. Etc., a tiuarv
antced quality of Pure Bristle Cloth and Hair Brushes
none finer, and Staple Sundries Generally.
(Mir Taint, Oil, Varuieli, and Window Glass department is coin
j I'lote. j
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.,
KONKHl' KU, OK EG ON.!
Will soon be here and
In Latest Designs and Colorings and the Price on
-it i. .. -1. i ... .
an gouus lire ah cueap as cousisiani Willi good
No trouble to show
Alexander & Strong
liought and Sold
we have a fine line of NKW
TO REGISTER VOTERS.
lull Text of the New law Drawn
WILL BL f IRS f IRIll) MX1 VLAR
Llectora Are kulrdto ReUlcr Be
tween January i and May ij
County Clerk'0 I ces.
Kalim, l'eb. -l.-,lie ividtHlion law
pHRPt-b by the Itviilatitc and iij toved
byiiorernor Herri Jfan.oii' ter.ate
bill No. , ai amur.drd. J'.eKittl ration
blank 15, which i rt firrod i.) in iho body
pi the law, ia not art of lh net. Jt waa
detuned lo ftiablu (Ik turn io ri nrel
thfir rpii)tratioii after tboy hail moved
nut i-f a precitii-', a-i they i onld remitter
in tin new pu-Mic'. licii-lr.tin ig
free, but the C'limty it ieijoireil ta pay
the couuty cleik lOcinlnfir enh regie
Ured voter who vo;ea.
Section 1. It in here!.)' made the duty
of iho counly clerk of ci; li county in
thia tate, between May 1 aud December
15. IH'J'J, and hlcniilalif ihrealtr be
tween (aid ilutei1, to procure a .jflii ii-rit
aupply ol all tli books bin! I.Unka re
(juiruil by the act an I to rittt-r ail the
electors in the county, The board
co'i.iiiiaitioiicra of cjcIi (bunty thall order
lo to pai l out el ihocouLty 'ri'.iMiry (he
rcanjiiable Jit 1 neceto-ary ( xpetiHg to in-
curroil liy ihe coniit) clrk.
f-cv. .Sji I rri;i'rnli'iri b ck thall
! rul il ai l priti'ed upon lii-pjnml cap,
Uxrliue whitD p.ipor, ha LSat each
lonblc pa.; will bo 17 ini l.lr ide atid
14 iiuhi-a lot (. l in y -1im II lm ruled and
piti ted nl.ke for ell co'iMn 8 i:, iLe elate.
1'ln re hi. ah l.e one or moro volumes
iii li Imuiiil, wrh lejt;.ir b.ttk aid corr.-
rr4 Hint cloth pars, fori hi h county,
U'Ke uougli to contain Iho riuine!i of nil
Iho eieclora in the counly, cat ltd the
Kfiioml cciiuly tcicUr. Etuli general
eon my reicl-r eba'l lute Lar blauk
1-uvt", entlrtbiy r.ibd, iu t!ie front to
U ilttate uiakiiig an index to (l.o teveral
l-ieciucla in liiu toutily, urul Iho pi;e
aha. 1 it i.ututxri-d coi m cj:ivi ly iu the
upper i intit-Liu.ii 1 cvrj.t r of eucii double
page, Each couiilje';'li b'iuH before
proceeding to reirl r" cctors , liu.tibly
dividv his tmcral eoui.ti ngi6tr into
as many pjria as thtroni" election pre
cincts lu his couuly, aud iuJcx tho tev
eral precincts in Iho front ol tho vol
ume. There Tthiill bo one reuiitraiion
book louud in tagboard, with cljth
strips oa llio back, I ir each elcctiun pre
eiuctiucuth couuty of thebtaio. called
Iho precinct lighter .'or precinct,
toiiutj ; mul its pages slisll be nl-
phabelirally indticdoo the margin, go
as to facilitate registering- t'tc elerlori in
tbepretii.i l in alphaleti 'ul or-.lcr, ne-
.cording to siirnaiins. These prtcii.ct
registers thali lo bound in d:ffereut
zet, so as to tvtii. li e tlilKrcnt r.'c-i nets.
Siice 1 shall eouttiti i'it djut lu pane;
size '2 shall coutain l(i doublopagps;
fcizo 3 shall contain li'2 double paces:
ze 4 shall contain 4$ double pu;e?.
The paper, hia of p ;gus, ruling and
printing shall be tho same as oiril for
the general county registers, but the
pages need i.ol bs numbered. S.tid ivg
ifltration bocks shall bo ruled and
tinted fubstaritially in iho following
Official JBgiiSter of Elector fo?
I U I M
i : S3 I F 1
Sec. 3. The following registrhtijn
blanks, designated as registration blank
A, aud registration blank 15, ehall nil be
printed upon 10-pouud cap, ru peril ae
paper, 8,lv inches wldo ami 14 italics in
length, with a blunk utiirgin of one iuch
on the left-hau l side of Iho blank, the
back of which shall beguitiniod tlve-
eights of an inch in wiJth. Ibey kIiuII
be furuished in patls of 100 ach.
OUKUON ItKlilSlltVIlON lll.ANK "A."
'I his blank serves for lltreo put potos.
For registering with u notary public or
justice if tho peace, as provided in Bee
tiou ) of rcgiHlrulion art, i.i which catio
two witiutSBts mo necessary j also, fur
use it challenged under poctuui 14, whou
six witiicFscs may ha tequired; also, un
dor section 13, when tho elector is not
registered in the princinct, when ho
must subscribe to this blauk lltreo tiims
and produce eis fieeholdetu us witnetea,
who utti"t all sigu tho aecoiul aflidavit.
Stitto ol Oni;on, County of , bb.
I , tho iindoiHigim.l elector, do HoKititti
ly swottr inr ulllrni) that my nam mid
signature us signed htdow is my tine
iiame mid uigiiiiture. 1(1 huvo rot per
sonally signed it, it ia ht'causo ;
arid il wa i-ined et my reoooat by tie
attvMiutf niliiar. My age It 1
yer. mid oicupalinn ; tu.!7ity
; i .nt'iralixe.l or declared iir in-
teiitiou in coort, io - atate,
on , ih , aa appears by the
na'tiralixaiiun papera exhibited hare-
wit h. I'tert-nt rfsidr ce li in Mcti n
, toKiiahin, range ,
counly, Orrgon ; tor if a town or city), at
No. . St reel in Ilia cll of
. I occupy room on lha
floor; that 1 have reaided in this
t.ttti during the six months immediate
ly preceding litis elt-ction.
In testimony whereof I sign my came
three tin e. (N tc 1 unable to sign,
isi me oincer write his name and to
We, the undersigned witnesses, do
swear that our names and signatures are
gi-r,uirie; that we are each peraooally
scpiainted with the elector and bis resi
!t me, as itattd ; that v e I elieve all his
o'her ttalements are tiue, and (hat we
are each freeholders in Ms county.
(Note If unable to sign, let the officer
sign his name and so state.)
We, the urdersigiied witnesses, do
sit ear that our names and signatures are
gi.'iiuii;e; that e are each personally ao
pointed with the elector and bis resi
dence as stitted ; Ihst we Iteliere all bis
other statements are Irne, and (bat we
are each freeholders in the connty.
Subscribed and sworn to by the elector
and the to witnesses, helot e m this
day of , 18'J .
Justice of the pence for district,
i.otary ubl:c K r O.-f g:i (or other offl-
f Erase ono title io sui'.)
Sec 4 In Multntrnah county.'and in
all other counties in the state which
have no county clerk, the ehrk ci the
couiity courf thali perform all the duties
required by this act to be done or rer
formed I y the c.unty cleiks in other
counties, and be shall be comreneaed
in the sa mo manner.
Sec. 5. It shall le the duty of eytry
elector fn tbo state ot Oregon , between
the first Monday in January, 1900, and
5 o'clock p. m., of thn 15th day of May,
l'JOO, and between the same dates and
hours biennially thereafter, to register
with some notary public or justice of the
peace, or with the county clerk of the
couuty in which the elector resides, in
accordance with this act.
Sec. 0. It shall be the duty o' the
county clerk io each county, between tbe
lirtt Monday in January, l0, and 5
o'clock p. ru., ol the lo'.h day of May,
111(0, uud between ibe sarue dates and
hours biennially thereafter, to enter upon
the proper registers every jersoa who
complies with the requirement of this
act, aud claims to be an elector residing
in the couuty. If the clerk refuses to
enter the name of any qualified elector,
such elector may proceed by mandamus
to compel him ti do so.
Jec. 7. Every elector may bu regis
tered without charge I y personally sp
earing in the office of said clerk, and,
after being duly sworn, staling the fol
I lowing facts, which the clerk or his dep
I uty shall appropriately enter in black
ink, at first iu the goueral county regis
ter. The electors shall be numbered,
consecutively, 1. 2, 3. etc., in each pre
cinct, as they are registered in tbe gen
eral county regis er, Tbe clerk shall in-
qnlie of the elector, and enter tbe follow
ing information in the geueral county
r.'gititcr, in the division setoff for the
pieeiuct iu which the elector resides, to
wit: 1. Tito registration number of the
2. The ditto of registeringjthe elector.
3. Th6 full name of the elector.
4. Lvave a blank space in which the
judges of election shall enter In the pre
dict register the poll book uumber of
each elector when he has voted.
5. The business or occupation of the
ti. The age of tho elector in years.
7. The country .nativity.
8 If nattiraligjd, the time, place aud
court of naturalisation or declaration, as
evidenced by tho legal proof theroof, ex
hibited by tho elector.
ti. Tho actual aud precise place of
' ivHhlwica of tho elector at t he lime of his
registering, staling first Iho product,
and, if In the country, the taction, town
ship and range; and in diss and towna
haying streets, by spfcifyinr the name
of (he (own or city, the s'reet or other
location of or dwelling place of the elec
tor, wi b the nnmbrr of such dwelling,
if the same has a number ; if not, then
with such 1-i'Mlioii of lbs lire that it
can readily be ssceitainrd and identi
fied. If tbe elector he not the head or
proprietor of the bonre, then it must
show that ft, and npon what floor
thereof, and w hat room anch elector oc
cupies in such house.
10. The fact whether or not the elec
tor desiring to be registered is able to
write his name and mark his ballot, and
if he cannot do both, then tbe n ttnre of
such disability must l entered.
11. Tbe (lector thai! then, next fol
lowing the afore administered oath, sign
bis name io tbe pretence of the clerk, or
tbe deputy acting, In the general regis
ter open the same line where the preced
ing information is written, and the reg
istering officer shall then sign hie own
name npon tbe said line, ami add any
remark required by this set or oppropri
a to thereto, for the information ol the
judges of electioo. If the elector is reg
istered by the clerk in person, be shall
so sign bis own name in attestation
thereof ; and if tbe elector ia registered
by a depoty then in addition to the
name of the clerk, the particular depoty
actually registering the elector shall
sign bis nam, at length, In attestation
thereof. If tbe elector declares be is en
able to mark bis ballot or sign his name,
be sball state why and the clerk shall
enter npon the register the reasor.r. If
tbe elector's inability to sign is appar
ent, in consequence of some phytic! in
firmity, such as blindness or loss of
limb incapacitating the electors from
writing, be shall so state the fact ; bnt if
the disability is stated to be the illiter
acy of tbe elector, the clerk sball, io ad
dition to stating that fact, enter as fall a
description of tbe physical peculiarties
of tbe elector as possible, giving bis
height, apjroxima'e weight, complex
ion, color of ej es and any visible marks
or scars and tl eir location, ana stte.-t
Sec. 8 Tbe clerk sball then eLttr in
tbe separate precinct register of the par
ticular precinct in w bigb the elector re
sides, everything entered ly bim in the
general register. He shall a-rarge the
names alphabetically, according to sur
name, in tbe feparate brecinct regiatt r,
but tbe same number given tbe elector
in tbe genera! register shall be given
bim in tbe separate precinct register.
Tbe clerk or deputy shall then require
the i lector to sign his name, and, as in
the general register, he ehall attest the
registration. The separate election pre
cinct registers shall contain all tho infor
mation concerning the elector contained
in the general or couuty register, includ
ing the actual signature of the t lector, if
able to sign, and the clerk's or bis dep
uty's signature attesting such rcgistra
Sec. 9. Every elector may be regis
tered by personally appearing at the
clerk'd office and complving with tbe
provisions of sections 7 and 3 of this act ;
but, if said elector is unable for any
reason to conveniently register as afore
said, be may register without charge,
before a notary public or a justice of the
peace in tbe county in which he resides
by asing one of the blanks designated t s
blank "A," in tection 3 of this act, and
filling out a in blabk in such a way as to
afford ail tbe in'ormation which I e
ought otherwise to give to the clerk un
der section 7 of this act, and in addition
thereto, signing tbe same three times in
the presence of two witnesses, freehold
3 s a 3 i;
a - r 9 m i
- it -a-
era of ibe county, who eh til sign their
camei upon the ea-ne blank, and by tbe
elector and witnesses making oath there
to as specified in said blank "A," which
aball be duly certified by the notary
pub'ic or justice of tbe peace ni forth
with filed with the county cltrk of the
county in which the elector resides
Tbe county clerk shall supply each reg
istration otlieers, upon request, witb a
sufficient number of sid blanks "A
aud "It" frte of charge. Each justice ol
the pace or noUry public, who so regis
ters electors shall at the time be regis
tera them, enter the names ai ranged al
phabetically, according to surname, und
the date of registration and the precinct
in a record book keit by bim for tbat
purpose, lie shall not charge tho elect
or anything, but he shall tie eutitled to
roee vo from tho county tho sum or 10
ecu h for each elector so registered by
him whose ufll lavit has been duly filed
with tliue mnty eletk and w ho has voted
iu tho pieeiuct where ho registered at
Ibrt eiiBiiing elect inn After each goner
al election the county count uii-ioners
aha'tl audit mu'Ii Ii IIh und order payment
iCuntililifd oil 4'li I'iqr.)
Is the nam of the only perfect train
n tlii worl I, rot ronnLg avery night
between St. Paul and Chicago, via the
Chicago, Milwaukee A Kt. Fanl Railway
the pioneer road of the west In adapt
ing all improved facilities for tbe safety
and enjoyment of passengers. An Illus
trated pamphlet, showing views of besu
tifnl scenery along the route of the Pio
neer Limited, will be sent free to sny
person npon receipt of two-cent pHtag
stamp. Address Geo. If. Ileafford, Gen
eral Passenger Agent, Chicago, III.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Paelllc Co.
Exprtaa trains taaTa PurtUnd dally.
12M t. a.
8:00 r. a.
S uup. m.
t oo r u.
8 fit. at.
Man Kranrtaro Lr.
Above trains atop at all principal stations
between Portland and rtalrra, Turner, Marlon,
JeflVsraon, Albany, Tangent, Hbedda, Halaey,
Harribiirr, Junction City. Kngene, Cottaa
Urore, Irain, Oakland, aud all atatlona from
Boaeburs to Asuiaoa inclusive.
rtoaeborg; Hail Davily.
630 r. w.
!:; r. a
7:30 a. a.
DiNia cabs ot oudk iioirrs
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
SECOXDC'LAM SI.EKriPM. CAM
Attached to all Through Traiu.
West Side Division.
Betweeat Portland an jorrHt
Mall train daily (except Sunday).
7:30 A. at. I
II .V a. at.
At Albany and Corrallla connect with train
of Oregon Central 4k Kaatern railroad.
Express train dally (except Sunday).
4:60 r. M.
7 :. .
S-30 r. M,
: A. m.
4 W a. a.
Direct connection at Ban Franclaro with Oc
cidental and Oriental and Pacific Mall atmm
abip llnea lor JAPAN AND CHINA. Bailing
dates on application.
K COIHLaa, C. 11. MARKHAm.
Manager. U. F. A Pasa. Age: L
Kates and tickets to Eastern points and Ed
mpe. Also JAPAN, CUINA, IIONOLCLU and
At.'aTHALIA. Can ba obtained from lb,
MOOKE, Ticket Agent, or V. C. LONDON', Kot
We are always in the Lead, and mean tw
The Golden Harvest is npon us, and fam,.
era are smiling because Woodward
loos to their interest.
IS UCrG V II AUK USaS
These are all Leather and Warranted.
At Reduced Prices.
Consult your parse and be sure and sea
Woodward before baying, -
W. G. WOODWARD
Life is a battle field.
Every day brings its
fierce, unceasing con-
flict; every night leavea
" its multitudes of dead
and dyinir. The botrora of war are no
greater than tbe horrors of disease. If all
the nations of the earth were at war aprainat
each other there would be no such carnage
wrought witliin the year as that which is
accomplished annually by one dread disease
Ana yet this most lutai oi au aiseases is
not without Us remedy. It ia no longer the
Irresistible de3troyer that it was considered
thirty years ago. An entirely new aspect is
put upon me poBHiniuues ot mis urcautui
malady by the astounding r medial actiou
of l)r. Pierce's Golden Medical Piscove.y,
which cures consumption by nourishing the
lungs with an abundant supply of pare,
highly -vitalized blood.
This stops the formation of tuberculous
matter, and builds up fresh tissue, muscular
Besh and vital energy. It gives digestive
power to the stomach which is too weak to
assimilate oily emulsions.
Misa I. my Klorfllt-r, of Armada, Mich., writes i
" When I was altoiit rl(lt yrars of age I had ia
flammntiou of the limits, and Ircmi that time up I
was sick nearly all the time and had a doctor
nearly all Hie time. 1 would tuke cold so easily it
would no right to my lungs. At the age of nine
teen I was very bad; tlic-re was pain in my lungs,
tickling in ntv throat and my throat ws studded
with ulcers; tttcie was hoarseness and partial sup
pression of voice, and ilithculty of brcallilog. I
diKtored with jue of our bct pliyaiciaus aud he
snid he could not help me and Just precri!il cod
liver oil anil told my mother I could uot livt Ungir
than three mouth. I kept Kcltlug wakr every
day, when at la-t a frlrud a-ked me why I did not
Iry Dr. pierce' C.oUleii Medical Discovery. I
tlioUKlit there was no use. uomore help lor meaa
coiisiiiiiitiiiu v as in our family. My father and
also in v sitcr died with it; hut after taking the
first twlile I s med to feel belter. My apprtlta)
was lH-tler ami I kept rifthl ou taking it. with
bottle of the ' IVlltts' ouce in a while, until I felt
real well. Before tnkiutf it. I weliihtd on huu
Uie.l and ten pouuds. utter lakiug II, oue hundred
aud Ihnty. I have not hud a cough this wtulr."