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Z .. -' ' ' I r' Beauty I Blo4 Deep. Clean blood cifiini a clean skin. Io beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cath-ir-tie clean your blood and keep it clean, by attiring up the lazy liver and driving all irre S unties from the body. Hcgin to day to snish pimplee, hoila, blotches, blackbeada, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets, beauty for ten centi. Afl drug gut, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 2Jc, 50c. Australia import lu rubor frosa Nova Bcila. fv.-. 8. To Cure A Cold In One Oay. Take I,atlre Hromo Quinine T'k AD Druggist refund mouy if it fAiU to care. ii Telephones lines use 12,0i0,O0) pounds of topper yearly. JCdarate Toar Powtii Wlfn ,prta. (Mndy Catiiartir, c ji: o-:'ti pc ior tuT:-?. tOe.&c. If C. C. C. fail. UrugKuta rtfuuJ cc? y. POPULAR SCIENCE. Water boils at different temperatures, according to the elevation above the sea level. In, London water boil practical? at 212 degrees F. ; at Munich, 'in Germanv, at2Q9 degrees; at the City of Mexico, in Mexico, at 200 degrees; and in the Himalayas, at an elevution of 18, 000 feet above the Ihto! oftb- nea, at 160 degrees. These differences are caused by the varying pressure of the atmosphere at these points. Derlvltat'.ca of the word u'eGra,., The word 'general" Is. derived from the Latin geueralis. and menus le longmg to a kind or species, from genus, kind; but the r.e of the word .as a noun Is but a few centuries old. This new expression was not formed-, from any imtiti or Celtic word of the same signiiicntlcn. fr. to expreM the sarin- ide-a the Gauls had "brenm" The Kviun-L-; -dux" and 'Ct.tnes. G reek strategist, commander. At Kant City l'i p-ju U of i.e sett. Oft : Pot TofcsfO $pit end SmoW Tour I Jfe ina. 'To quit tobacco easiiy and forever, be mnj tie. full of l..'e, nerve ar.i v;;.".r, take No 'J j Dac, the wonrier w r.ccr, t:.:t rr.u;f i v.ta.: rrc-o strong. AH drujirisu. 0 0c or ?!. euro r -.trj s eel 'Booklet end sir.r..i? tc A'.''r-"-9 fiUrlicg Iiem'i'ly Co, Cticat'O cr Xew Yo;i Undale, Ox, c-jtt'-ii ridd looms. ii to Lav- l;3 M r. Wi n'e i w' ! not?. : n .- y r : p f i r r h ! ; , r a toctl.tnr.S'.f teas the ttuut. n;l'ie:r.,f !: :i tra Hon, alia f p il 'i.o irij-i ;vin I en.i ; i'n .. jt j For WhfK);.in Co'iirli, P!i';-. i -m- la 'i;" wftil nm-?lv. -M. i. iiini.:! iro;iAe Brooklyn, N. V.. N .. . u. i Evil Dispositions Are Early Shown. the The title sec ins to have- origin;! ted In France about 1-1 ."A when John. Cer.nt Authorities differ as to the rate of de Datiois. v.-ns made lletitenant gen eral of th- French forces, or com:nan-derdn-eLhjf, reprveiiunir th sovtr !;n. vi: was delegated t his lieu-r-nant evn-M-r! the i-oi -formanee of zliO duties th:n vun:-i othcrvife have devuiv.;d U'jon lii::- If as actual cnni- Just so evtU in the blood comes out in shape of scrof ula, pimples, etc., in children and young people. Taken in time it can be eradicated bj using Hood's Sarsaparillz. In older people, the aftermath of irregular living shows it self in bilious conditions, a heavy head, a foul mouth, a general bad feeling. i It is the blood, the impure bo: i,' friends, which is the real cause. I'urify that ith Hood'.? Sarsapariiki ;::.d happiness will reign in your '"family. BlOOd Pol30n-"I lived in a lr 1 -f fire for years owin to blood poiv:iim; that f-,1- 'owed small pox tody, Itruinr Int'T.selv. Tri d df.-t.rs hospitals In vain.- I tried lloml's Sa:-:apa-rllla. It helped. .Tlrcpt at it and was e i tlrely cured. I could on th h-.w.-.i growth of the htitaau hair, and it n J uid i j be very dissimilar in different i inn vn;-.ia; lira most usaaay ae cepied calculation gived six and one haif inches per an num. A man's hair, allowed, to prow to its exlreme length, rarely exceeds twelve or fourteen inches, while that of a woman will f-vow, iu rare iustancee, to seventy i.'i.f.dies or seventy-live inches, though the average does not exc-.'id twenty live to thirty inches. The plague bacillus, discovered in lsi by the.fapanese professor Kitatsu, is di?eu-?e l in a German medical paper, which declares that the chief di li'.'iiltv in studviner it is that it has no peculiavities of a)peara?ice dis 1 inuishin it 1'iorn other luiciili. When dried, it retains its vitality four days, which shows that dust may be ono mode of .preaditig infection. By in ouiatin a horse Dr. Yersin obtained a serum with which he succeeded in Having twenty-live out of twenty-eight patients. Hyenas jackal:3, ichneu mo'ts, and Inui an'npes have been found susceptible to the plague. Hut the unimals w hich it favors naturaliv are the wild rats and mice in the Himala yas. High water, earthquakes, or drought drive them in human habita tions, whereby epidemics are. started. t Ants and other insects that eat the carcasses of rats often convey the poinou to human beings. Vultures are absolute! v immune. r.i:.mh-r-in-c!.ief of the m:es. Tne iitie ea:i:e into u.-. in I'l'jrland in tlie n-i-n of II .!;;;.- VHI. v.-Leu the appel la'ion of -apm:n .m'ti-ral :is ivea o:m -f o: s. i;sp ad of th.-.t of lord-mar- Minors are well aware that in deep mining heat generated hy oxidation is often a factor in determining action, though not always a permanently de terring one. It appears that at Sand hurst, Victoria, the fact was noticed several years u that while, as ordin arily, the temperature increased as depth was attained tlodepth was really not a regular factor, iu the increase. T'. litl 1 i -. Ill a in Viicfiirnlinii -! f tria. ntvmi'. broke out all over vr.y . , , , ,, , , .... ...... ' lameu niai n mn tomuerature oi uvo decrees occurred after the ground had been opened up for one year, and it was assumed Jthat. this was due toth natural loss of heat in con sequence of the decrease in oxidation, Then it was found, as an interesting and sug gestive fact, that after tho ground had been opened up for four years the tem perature became nearly permanent. Tho reefs and sandstones of that region are, howeyer, specially free from sul-phurets. tial of F.mrlamh from that period the tirh of tr. it- ral. with v.nh.us irelixes, viz.. lieutenant :o-ral. hri-adier .n i'tal. etc., has i'rn piv.Tvcd in the !'.:itih sej-v !':. as in almo-t all Fu vo ;,;! :i armi's; hi:: it was not bi foro the l "!-!! -h li--i.nl.iie that the title of tr'-m-ral n'.u: ht-an t- atlix-.i be. fore pro; -or imiues-. i. e., t Jeneral, Uona parte, etc Tl'.er1 .Tie r,?.i.Mi!!s iiclii-ve thst Mr. llsear Straus, of No w York, who went to Turkey as -,!coc..r io Minister An cell becnu-se t 'ur-- was important :msir.esf to I..,- don-- ihu-o, hns imde ox-(H-Ilont! progress in accomplish ';:lt the spee-'ml ! ii'jdertiik.i!.'- he had in view, bs. rvt-s i Tarj -orbs Weekly. There were 1'oui f the undu-tkings (1 to have an e.oi-;i:rrur ijued to our ps;il at Frze ntrn. .2i to se-cure pass- s I -or iia'.enci.-; ' c:c lUtei iur c-i o'!i to secure- ;;aymo!it of dam- i THE COUPcR M4R8LS fc i n.inMuh-a ,-.o v.,.l 4l H Iff A It 1 M - ' . I-arest Stork !i ji,, " ' t ra :.!:, d 5J No. !2. ;t - e v LIOUlDfiStjil & tl!: - - Turizov and shout, about it." Mis. J. T. W'ii.r.iAy- Carbondalf, Pa. Scrofula Sores -"My baby at t.- month had scrofula sore on i ber-k and rm. Lwal applications a:n! p!;ysn e medicine did little or no s;xh. IIo-hI's .ir aparilla cured hlra permanently. He is now four, with smooth fair .skin." Mrs. 8. B. Wbote.v, Farniinj.'ton, nvot' Pilla eiuebvtjr w n-irrifatirifc' h cthrti: to take lth U ...1 t M.i. r.ii-firaJU.' ratrnnltlnt; a Pot Irft r. On day Mistress MacPhalrson was itl- v. v uulu8 lrnln I1Pr KrOC- r s V. th 1,V thut natni-ilit !.. U.,,!in wJfl, An interesting quadruped has re cently been discovered which has the peculiar property of a bullet-proof skin. Tt was first seen and shot at several years ago in the inierior of Santa Cruz, by the late itamon Lista, who heard of the animal freepuently from the Indians. It was described ome spiritual comfort tucked umer her apron, when she ran up against ber friend, Mistress Majcleod. ;u t! f-n called upon to explain. "I waur ju?t teyont at Muster MacTavish's ttore. IU keeps th very best ham in a' :h' lAad. Our John loves a bit o' jr-iid hzm, ye ken, and Is ay yammorin. boot th' ham at Ithcr shops Lein ower fat and saut." "Oor Tarn th' wane." said Mistress Maclend, "and so I'll gang and gie MacTavish a trial sow." Five minutes after that Mrs. Macleod went to the obliging grot r nfl asked for "a pund of ham." "Wb.at kind o' ham?" Inquired Muster Mac fTablKh. "Oh, gie me the same kiad that Mistress MacFhairson always p-ts I w'ao waJ the.oaly civilize d man to ever bere." "A rlcht." returned the frroerr. Sl ' this .nimal alive, uoo.vtunateiy with & cunning leer. And then, bond- lu"t life wbile exploring ibieomay Jng over the counter, he said In a hij-b- I hn 0:1 r,t'L':,ullt of his discovery th.-. It Irntflcant whlsner. "Wbtr' -r ; auiraai na neen named eomyi....v, oui" scale's and covered w i 1 1 1 reddish hair, but it was found'impussible either to kill or capture a specimen" asi-.l bv many it w as believed that the observer had lteen deceived. Nov.", however, Dr. Florentine Ame.:hino ims received from South Patagonia some bonv os sjoles and a. partly destroyed skin which, bear out completely Lista's ob servations. The o'sicles in question were jmbedded in tlie skin like rav- 1 mg-sioue. the skin being slightly less tuan an ine;h in thickness and so tough as only to be broken with a hatchet. I ts surface was covered with coarse hair, lab .mt two inches in length and of a reddi-da gray shade. List.! ages for destrnrthT u' pi'opr?'!y be longing to A?;:cii.;-u M i.-.'-hm;Vies. mil it to make a treaty ree.,v-uiz;n int nrali.ai ion. The :b-t two jobs w re p:-omp!ly n;v.-o.!j.lisl.id after 'Mr. Strauss reached Con4 untinople. Tim Ihird imjto-taut, wi-.il 'bhi -idt undrt:-!:-viv: is iu'de-rMod to he thi far ab;ix the imiiisters ot Isave advise:! Sultan has ordered paynerr. Tiiis means money, so' far as anythh g that is i'- ;t t:i--h can mean money iu Tui-Uey. Ivory Soap, because of its purity, is especially valu able for bathing the skin of infants and verv youn children. - Particular care should be taken to wash 'the chil dren's clothing in ivory Soap. The garments will be whiter, cleaner and sweeter. The lather of "Ivory" is clean. Thre is no oil or grease in it. IVORY SOAP IS orXoPER CENT. PURE. . ' fcFJrtj', 18. fcj Tk. . tmn, 4 GuU C. C jowl tsair WATER. OR 0THEH LiC m e 9 L3 - M Disraeli Mad Na Piiysical Caura; It is told of Mrs. Disraeli that she j P'ffnri!flr I T,l,': flvhlmep ,nce made a droll remark about her j fdMi I noXXJ iistinguished husband. It was at a L u "Vu , bn-of csncs ctieeieo. ri;e Chilian's' council paym'sHk. l litmlly th oi; ui? country hottw, and. she was engaged In confidential chat with a friend. "Dizzy," she said, "nas the most pow- j erful moral courage, but eo physical courage. string of tin If a f' in A! in a e n ai courage, but eo physical j f li I always have to pull the Vi 11 v therhowcr bath."-Weekly ! Jj j 1 1 fj 11! E H P a - E U 9 uiisuu yi THtteCisearets Ca'!:uy Cathartic." 10c or Kc. i 7tZ . J?1' ViulrrlT.I Aw oits(in.. If C. C. C. Ia.ll tO l-urn flrnir.Tivts: rcfur.,1 ; flOJlall Ml C (.1!' lUlfllllintl.... " - 7 : L.Ac.OE!tlV;i .eL.TAii .f joph- imnanv ,b i ne screw of an Atlantic liner costs abou 'iao T' tho "t-t. 1;. !.v : rntr o tiiiii j ilASilj I i llJililiilli j I What does your mirror say? Does it tell you cf some little streaks cf 'gray? Are you pleased? Do your friends cf the same c&c show this loss cf power aho? Just remember thst gray hair never becomes darker vithou? help, while dark hair rapidly becomes gray when once the change begins. fcottle?" "Weekly Telegraph. YOU.XU AT SIXTY. ! Serene comfort and happiness in ad Tajjeed years are realized by compara tively few women. Their hard lives, their liability to se rious troubles on ac-'oant of their pecu liar orjranisi-a and their profound igno rance concerning themselves, all com bine to shorten the period of usefulness and fill their later years with suffering-. Mrs. Tinkham has done much to make women strong-. She lias given ndwee to many that has shown them how to guard against disease and retain vigor ous health in old age. lYom every cur lier of the earth there is constant W c om Jnp tho most convincing- .statou-tut from women, showing the oehetev of I.ydfa E. 1'inhhams Vcgetab'.o Coai ponnd in overcoming female ills. Ib-i is a letter from Mrs. J. f. i rm?, of l: Ilorncr bt., J hstai att-r iiiiu. It. is a survive'- 1 e: t v.;;e t he old ground shith. and as "it , dt rs about in t he night and e;i i.-.-i- nri'.iMuin ii , in uo-uouess to j, : J long time before a perfect specimen is ' capture m! K.'Vrt of I Ot.t oil Plants. Ibomarkable en'ects of light or dif ferent colors upon growing vegetables have been obtained iu experiments bv (.biraiiie Fiammarion, the French astronomer. He experimented with bands of light thro wn upon succes-ive strips it sjii, iu which plant- were ii -' t It war. shown that plants grown in a rod diothou-e became iu a given time four times as big as those . ex posed to ordinary sunlight. The poorest development vraoiically was obtained rjuarar.tced tolmt-.-o "usbit cure, makes weal Cicn strcut;. b.oe-.l pirre: 50c. t-l. All druggists. Cuba's tobacco output this year will be 50,030 bales. sn s in: '.'1 fClVt J"-.-. of .s;-n'-Hr.. lolt;.- jydnicfcdstsK'.e.M! y.Pri,-c$i 'j:e; If a wp. -n vrjach'' er ' c . . i-i..in.i..i- i l f .i-..jn . "r.i . t r- n i t ;:-ti.; i:..in-r k . ., in 1 . ..- .1; ;,, I : ! - - i kii! .-r iu n: -, !' ;- t . 1 a '.! -, -.ti.tts .i" ii j --, ri-.i'i- no Is- eic i're'! ' . , It ::Ui'lv .'i i l .1 !C.'l ' ;! '-. f--1 ' i !-. , C:iii n - ''S-l f ' If :.i .(. f 1 ' I ; " 1 !y r .il n ! i, ; . i ; irh'i !;;;. i j;i"t-r .1.. i ! , f i n-t-, 'iir tn.my 'i !:! wi-i. t,, Jr . t'.-r hy 1 it; '. .. t'.:- 1 ! 1 v u j -;; 1 ( -a i ; Cf . r iff; !- 1 lf.l IO. llC.'r . iii S-?nt i t l'i t :: i'Ji.i :-j :uil In 2-. ' stai;i, lv:- A-. to r.r i !.: iv, r- ?.-r o P.. O. itj'i a Br. itr-i's mi , c!' : .. m:v xuck i'm-in m j'rt.v ,, 135 l.-oini Mud, fv ( i iiT ' C,f, a, f3 n H t. ibr V Hi r c is It .c- ii . T (. i i. v out rb I c: u 1'retty l"iitleryear. The- variety of pretty silk and woolen un derwear to i e bad at t-ueh reasOLnhle prices, is very temptinir to dainty v.omeii, yet many refrain from j Tird asiuj: h oc Jitcoii!,t of their liability to iiijure iu laundryirig. If tho woi k is properly done this trouble may he avoided. V.'bi'n ready to bein fill a tub half full of warm water, in which dissolve a fourth of a 1 ar of Ivory heap, ni.d wna-h the articles through it with the bands, rinse in warm wat-r, atd squeeze, but do not wrinr. Haug on the line to.d press while still damp. ! X.LIZA Jk fVc -c,., v &a ssf ass jtcn s as ss sa 0 VEGETABLE. ? I FLCWER I .IM I SEEDS. 5 OURS liRF JiLVAYS RFL!;'ELc Wamn-flor. rkt lu-eMB oriu e ir.. . Knrfcj- PojU (.7il fijioi). ijj.p , kt 10 ; eeniK. u usta J-.tirlyTru !;-; c'i.IpfW ? a pur.- Ik-Pfl-r, yVt. l . cei th. MUr viUs' A trntf.l carnlceue is ecnt MtKF. -Address f IIoiv's Tills! eofff-rOne Hundred Ddlarg Reward for ! any ease of Catnrrb that cannot be cured Jy i liaiPs Uatnrrb Lure. ' t-.J. l-'HESBY & Co.. Toledo, O. ) Y e, the urdcr'tjjne'i, have known F J. he- ' r.ey for th 1 it 15 y'.ar. and believe him per. i ttftlv honorable in .-ill buMliess traDftactioua j and nnauci.illy able to carry out any obli;a. I tious made by their firm. West A' ; kuax, v bylesale Druggists, Toie de, Ohio. j Wai.dixo. KiNN.tK t Mabvi:?, Wholesale ! ik u'shia i Oifoe. un:, hri- ! ALEXANDER SEFD CO I ! 0 ALMU'STA, G.. M 4 t'r; t " J :l 1 'It.iv ji.a I :. r. Ua -I." '.i- l.y tl.t i-cu 'Mi a: .; mc.-n i : Ant.i-.sif It t . S'u s H v. ir . ' ;: i-..t 'ttir V&'c!ol fsfor.ua I ct .. rva cur !-lMt;!-: i I I.tSTK : : H.iKi: HOOK, i I.-.-, j r COOK PUB. 1IOUS11, I'JI T.coua. .! V. V. M:r. FOR14GEi?2TSS b wiu t i e Am Vi j'f.r L . .0 tUrt Hi!. :' Jit '! .S hs3 ii.iit tut f.iis o-.a uyr-.in. 'itK, (i(H j. JOte. -(JbTiirrrio,. . will bring back to your hair the color of youth. It never fails. A It is 'just es sure as that bent melts snow, or that water quenches fire. It cleanses the seals alo and prevents the formation of H dandruh. It feeds and r.cur ishes the bulbs of the hair $ making then produce a Iuxu- 3 riant growth. It stops the S hsir frcm railing out and gives H hne sort finish to the hair 8 as veil. r- w ,.-.r a br.sk c-n th Tintr nr.it r-v..! ... ,i:ni yi..i nay cbtjia tre u; rt-.;ut''. If IOU l' i ft',; oVT.-.in n'l tt.a hpnefttm Vji;-?r, x-r.t- tho 1. -not ai-o;-r it H A :rc?s. iUi. J. . AitR fv U-wt... ss. Hu ll's 1 Kt.urU Cure is taken internHliy.net.- wiJ il(.r '-n.; .," , " C- cwrJ lnf dirtctlyupon th hlo-dand mucous -ur- Co . Nu.vV. k r 1 - x. Wn;,, , i ' iRees ltiy sysein. 'IVrtimonirtla b-nt tre-,. : : : ' ' i'r:ce T.k- i.-. r f t:i.-. ho;d by all liruuts. ; . . , i.a.i'o t-niiiy piils are the best., ; ' S N1 T ' WHA-P- THE LAW DECIDES. Game killed on an Indian reservation by a tribal Indian ar.d 'transported b7 wagon to tbe nearest railway Etation off the reservation and there delivered to a carrier to he shipped out. of the state is held, In Rcdkirk vs. Steven 3 (Minn.), 40 L. R. A. 7of, to he subject to the game laws of the state. flu n sfcond tr-f.l in an dioMmcnt suit taken by the defeated party as a j ures carl e prGVcntCf! ijy US!!lj matter or ngnt uneser tne terms cr a ' Question. A thorough study of the sub- ject has proven that crop frill- 1 rkir. I,- Out Ka t ..h 1 1 Pktr. I.r!. lop., t At ' - 1 1 " S,.i7.. f - 15, i .. (;-... ; f r 1 i .,...... . ' ,. ,. .. 9 1 " I'f.TiS I 'ctu- f 1..;. 1-. 3 & Il I'.o i ii : ( , a r S. 0 1.0, for Hf.n .I -'-'r' a- '. f ! i. mt r J.. i.; ; .. o ...;.. r . . i.i- .t. r . . i,, tO , A ; I,- ft I'tOitlri . i .-.IIB : v i y . !..: a -' '. ii r p Saw Si 29 TO S929 Q3 VilUx Siiiproxd Ib.je and Ihit VI His r ! I s w. m I.::-; .,,i 1 1 i r:i in -o, -u. Sh.ifliriK:, 1'nltM a. V- i !;. I . r7 it, LOMboRj V;ia : ! i .'! i i ' i . i Ai ;i -m, ;.. tiiizcrs containing a larC f Potash no statute allowing it, It is held in S!au- i son vs. ticocnen i ransportaUon com- ; pany (Wis.), 40 L. R. A., 23, that .ru'.- j percentage ings upon the admissibility of evidence made on the former trial have no hind- I plant Can Cjro'w without 'Potash. I lng force. With this case are collet- ' ' " I eu me auinonues on tne enect or a j We have a Ihtle took on tr - a-r.ject o prior decision en statutory nev trial In ! Pl,.ce .k . .. .. .. , - -: -i...o;..4r, i.iai -.ve would like fb send to every firmer, free o cost, if he v. ill ord write and ark f . r it. $T H m fe-va r.T.-r.t-t'v f ! lrser.:.:t- uj ou r i BESb::a '"Sj : ''' "T ir-uOt-.-r- fr f ii 4'.:4., u, ,"..,- i .fS i t . . -. ; i - qi:r.i4.n kali works, 93 Nas-u St., New t erk. r M CAT I F.'e.t i: u' TlHif - N - 'f 'o.ll.ti( In S" I.'. A r- ' . - i: 1 i 1. amounting to Uiiure U.uiev oiue g;ass. Lettncunder blue and ereen t1k-; lo'ontovn, l'a., vs )i c!t Is ! did tov,rlv; under red' class it ria r.n earnest and straight to the point ; bke Jack's beanstalk, bloomioe- iiftc uk ah m r.s. riNKiiAM: I feel it my i '1;bv caviur than duty totcll all suffering wonn-n -b Tt l : T,1'i;an ecru, un.i inmtc your rcmedn-s are veor.derfil. I ! r-r' 1 c-ghtetn Livi tremble w:tn my head. db-..-v bvol'.s I : iuche- nuu ua:n-h. i eot ana tmnd.s ti ere 1 v s- le.r. com, as very nervous, could not ! a'Jd tea gla?, but perished under ! the chief irr,-;s wr'1-, d kidney trouble, y-aia -a va and blue..-Boston Globe. ' having 1-cea eh -eci ovaries and congestion of the ui-i, j r " vhoh- communli'v of Since taking-your remedies I aui lettVr a . tt, , " P C.Prect , . cilh i , orlielals and every war -Mr head tr.-v,V. 'm-jus aeoi ra n "' i th amornt wh;cn h paid. v n ,-ur";u: i uastora. - The doctrine that the placine of etec- under . white glass." j Jbe cur;ou .nnd ancient custom of trie wis known to be dangerous at ' ier red glass, ineas- ! "'Weighing in" a wnyt-r and corpora- 5 a place where cthrs are Taxrfullv -tfI I inches; under green. I t!r'n urvivr at IIh:!i 'vce-m-.. in ! tlP;l to be constitutes ncsllrn-o . ! , and under, blue, sis , Ibi-laud. and last y-.-ar again r,h- I plied In Trham vs. Portland General I is t o-unshed unoer white j "f,u m eoni:e.-.rn :vi!h the ,de;-T;on Electric comrany (Ore.) 40 L P a ! areal action. A promoter who transfers to a cor- ! poration laud purchased by him before ' the corporation was formed is held, in "i Milwaukee Cold Storage company vs. i '.Dexter (Wis.). 40 L. Ii. A. 837, to be j r.ot subject to any liability to the cor poration for the amount received by ! him In excess of what he paid, if f:e made no misrepresentations or false ; jfntpments at.emt fb.- rftpr and ill : . .. v ...... t . u... j .). cn'rit cr-c T,.-rtnr,(,mii,. . Z . . . ,,aT' DC Oil troubled a ' rrat Honl I .... i .... i .7 j . i. v. j . '. w : L :... , i.i .vis. . . - - - - I ,1 i - - " . id tt-. i.-iu .ivcr. T.'h'i n r-vi-,-.o i ' ' ' ' ' certain the conditions and value of Jica I r.r.d CACAhf.T.i t-ba'-i V-a cia m 1 ''''' ?" the land and know the price charged. fhatTicr'V although he did not disc-lose to them ! P!teiy c-i.eu j fchaii :.:; too riai to rcc- ' -v" - v?S,??,y j I f flMTEil S3LESMEM usq-.iett;aca At?.. FbilaCclpWa. Pa. . mf , :t " la 8 m7 - 4 t 1 I. I iii. " JI. CO Wct ''2d -jft-i-l, - .loil ABSAGE PLANTS FOHSiSU!, f-.r -hi;.;.: -1 r. i 1 u ti mm 1 rone, have no pain in ovaries, tni-, "J! ',u!. recently the cured of woaib trouble I . inV a", i I ;a ui ni3'?- tcaim wuh the ttatutory leepwcilandampainincr iU f.,.". j f.ullt J.-1' boiu traveler, and get. hn.l for f.m,t...,.,o.. terrea to tt as hem a tne . vest: vb.--'r? the be; ''- - Tb, mayor j 799. to wires etrung over a bridge I ncd e!ee:c-d. ti:e ' where wcrkmn in repairing the. bridge ' ab.U-.-man, i;- j come in- contact with them, and it Is -Th,-r repaired j l-o held that the apparent perfect in-.' town-. hall. " sulation cf the wires ySK m aJ? CATHARTIC j Til irL'' r' t.l -:i V 'iii v ri f n'iit ! ti-.i - it: I: ! men I Gi.d a . a r ii DROPSY oor.smUe. l.tj v,-, a x. e! invitation to fuby recorded- b- machine. ; when the wirs are placed where 'three miles as ! 11. . .! .. . The present Mrs. Pinkhn f ",Y cl"leB- . hereupon some ace iu treating female r,i. II. : V'H Sged m trie case ventured to Idled, for years she wo-ked dl bv ! 'T 1 ik j a defer tido with Mrs. Lvdia K. 3'inkhvi I ?JtlAl Pmile tms exponent tried to fbr sotime rak ha hr d tt: , amend tne p-hre, but could get no of tho correspondence tMdrt,rn, f ! W x lr u crshlP mes as her great business, ireavin , fcr leer ' 1 i "riratli''- aided, u maavaaahundd t.:L -V" i sttiy, ' a, tne cry flow-:" No cse I tvomea during a mffl lw" &ent!rsh to make a further j " j attemFt,L?i.uoo Clonic!. ! person. v. e.ght of each in r - f -t j ccme in contact v'.th rmirg their duties may i i - -aara.j. i..?,--t:t. Tm r. IJf. 2,-. iUx , CONST PfiTiOM - - - - - a . r er-, , i-mAT ftp,T. njcj. !.!. 5. Yr. tr- H f wires amounted to an 6r - contact with them.: ... CURS CONST. PATH ii w w hj jjts i , (IKK Tobacco liatu. I if EJB AO'iLil.l. O-. 'id p 'ti :'- '-'S-gcTC C;sf Wl M il . I 11 I III ' 1 Iv a 13 B II tl II B II 1 K ft fl 3 B II j M SB T ' La Creole" Hair Kestorer is a Perfect Dressing and Restorer. Price 31.00.