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Who Owns the Railroad.
H. T. Newcomb, of thu District of Columbia Bar, baa compiled statistics showing that 5,174,718 depositors in saviDgs bunks of six eastern states are directly interested in the joint ownership of 8442,354,080 of steam railroad securities, that insurance companies doing business in Massa chusetts hold $845,889,038 of steam railroad stocks and bonds, and 74 educational institutions depend on $47,468,327 invested in Bimilar secur ities for a portion of their income. Other fiduciary institutions own enough railroad securities to bring such holdings up to more than a bil lion and a half dollars, about one sixth of the entire capital invested in railroad property. These invest ments represent the savings of the masses, there being twenty million holders of life insurance policies in . the country, as many more of Are insurance policies, and an even great er number of depositors in banking and trust institutions, where invest ments are largely in railroad secur lties. The Present Rate Law. HOW TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ESCAPED PELVIC CATARRH BY AID OF PE-RU-NA. Female Weakness Is Usually Pelvic Catarrh. Peruna Cures Catarrh wnerever Located. The duties of the present Interstate Commerce Commission are to correct all discriminations in railroad rates. If it finds that an unjust rate is in offnnt. thn railroad is notified. If it declines to change it, the Commis sion can bring suit in Court and if the Court decides in favor of the Commissioners' finding, the railroad must obey, or its officers may be brought up for contempt of court and summarily dealt with. Agents can make good, easy money selling the best Cream Separator in the world. Good agents wanted in every section where cows are milked. Write the nearest office of the De Laval Dairy Supply Co., 9-11 Drumm street, San Franoisoo, Cal. ; 107 First street, Portland, Oregon; 112 Second avenue South, Seattle, Washington. SiimioJ OHIO, CTTT OF Tolido, . I i.iicah County. I nvantr T Phpnpv mnlrpn na.th that he Is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. CHBNEI & UU doing Dusinesa l Vi - olfv nf Tnlorln Pnimtv fl.nd III L 1 1 1-11,1 w. .w.u-, W State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURB. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of De cember, A. D. 1886. seal A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken lntern- ally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,Toledo. O. Sold br all druggists. Take Hall's Family Villa ror constipation. Ct'Vw tnntir f-nrpinl farmers r and Lardonursevurywherey(3j uluca ooiilldenre la Kerry's CwH Soeds tUu kliiil tlmt never full. have been the ntunUurU for 49 years. , laey uie not un iiuouu , bold iy nil neuiers. ivhv c. Auuual m e for the asking. Detroit, Mich. OWAj', 1 Mrs. Lizzie Redding, 3134 li Clifton Louis, Mo., writes: 'I found after trying many different medicines to restore me my health, that Peruna was the on'y thing which could be depended upon. I be gan taking it when I was In a decline, induced by female weakness and overwrought nerves. I began to feel stronger during the first week 1 took Peruna and my health improved daily until now 1 am in perfect health and enjoy life as I never did before. "--Lizzie Redding. - - - - - w - - - .1 I Vi OJ VMfe. X JV k Mil Thousands of Women Cured Every Year by Correspondence This is What Dr. Hartman Proposes to Do for You Without Charge. Women who sutler should read the evidences presented here. We have thousands or letters irom grui-eim friends who tell the same story. Jr'alf the ills that are peculiarly woman's own are of a catarrhal char acter. Female weakness was not understood for many years. nr Tlnrtmnn rlflHorves the credit of having determined its real character. He has made catarrh and catarrhal How Oarlyle Talked. I have heard Carlyle pour forth a onnHnnniia stream of impassioned dec lamation for more than an hour at a mo nnrl so keen were his character izations, so felicitous his arrow sliot3 nf criticism, so rich his satire, so in tanea Wa nntvlotle svmnathy with all hot hPinneed to national life and char acter, that no listener could wish the wonderful utterance to cease. "uetro. spects." Mrs. Mable 'Bradford, 13 Uhurcn street, j Burlington, Vt., Secretary Whittier Oratorio , Society, writes: "Peruna is certainly a wonderful medicine for the ills of women. 1 have heard it spoken of In the highest praise by many, and certainly my experience is well worthy of a good word. 1 began to have severe pains across my bck about a year ago, brought on by a cold, and each subsequent month brought me pain and distress. Your remedy was prescribed, and the way It acted upon my system was almost too good to be true, lceitalnly have regained mv health and strength, and I no longer suffer periodical pains and extreme lassi tude."--Mable Bradford. diseases, including pelvic ca tarrh a life long study. whether of other organ Pornno nnrpg flfttftrrh. the pelvic organs or any of the numan Doay. Pe ru-na, a Natural Beautifler. Peruna produces clean, mucous membranes, the basis of facial sym metry and a perfect complexion. The women have not been slow to discover that a course of Peruna will do more toward restoring youthful beauty than all the devices known to scIbdcg. Many a girl bus regained her faded beauty, many a matron has lengthened the days of her comely appearance by ucing Peruna. In Peruna these women find a prompt and permanent cure. Thousands of testimonials to this effect are received by Dr. Hartman every year. The good that Peruna has accomplished in this class or cases can scarcely be over-estimated. If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the one of Varuna, write at once to Dr. Hart man, giving a full statement of your case, and he will Its pleased to give you his valuable advice grid's. Address Dr. Hartman. 'rmident of The Hartman Sanitarium, Colnm bus, Ohio. All correspondence held strictly confidential. Not Sufficient. The young man with the long hair, tallowy complexion and bundle of manuscript approached the editors desk. "Here is something," he said, "I write myself." The editor glanced hastily turougn the manuscript, and then looked at the author. "That is a sufficient explanation," he replied, handing it back, "but Is hardly an adequate apology." Tibetan Superstition. A queer bit of Tibetan superstition cunio to light when the much talked of treaty between Tibet and England was drawn up. The powers at Lhasa refused to sign the first draft of the treaty because it covered several sheets of paper, so the treaty had to be en grossed on one huge sheet. The Ori entals thought it would bring them had luck if they put their names to any thing which covered more than one page. Impartial. Yeast You say the quartet got four encores? Crimsonbeak Yes; you see the au: dience wanted to be perfectly impar tial, so they gave one for each man. Yonkers Statesman. Paradoxical. Biggs What makes you think D Jones has come down in the world? Diggs Because he's now living on the to" floor of a tenement. St. Jacobs Oil Known the world over as the promptest, surest cure for Rheumatism and Neuralgia