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Evolution Not Always Slow SlowMusic Music in inStones InStonesAn InStonesAn
Stones StonesAn An Inherited InheritedBlunderHome InheritedBlunderHomeElectric Blunder BlunderHome BlunderHomeElectric Home HomeElectric
Electric Fountains FountainsMiracles Miracles of ofScience otScienceLong ofcienceL0Bg
Science ScienceLong Long Tongues Wanted WantedOxygen WantedOxygen WantedOxygen
Oxygen in Cakes CakesBrIckq Bricks from Ashes AshesA
A Microphone for The Deaf DeafThe DeafThe DeafTile
The origin of specles Is placed in a anew nnew anew
new light by the recent remarkable remarkablework
work o OL Prof Hugo de Vries of Am Amsterdam Amsterdam Amsterdam ¬
sterdam This botanist has I been the thefirst thefirst thefii
first fii st investigator to watch the t e forma formation formation formation ¬
tion and development of new species speciesand speciesand speciesaiitl
and in his observations the norms orms pro produced produ produced ¬
duced du < ed have been a result f sudden suddenchange suddenhange suddenchange
change and never of progress progresIve ive varia variation variation varlation ¬
tion The single variation among amongcultivated amongcultivated amongculUVatCd
cultivated plants spggested 1 poking oking for forthe forthe forThe
the same phenomenon in wi d flowers flowersOf flowersI
Of 100 species studied tile only one oneshowing oneshowing oneshowing I
showing change was OEnot OEn t era Lam Lamarckiaija Lamarcldana Lamarckiaa
arckiaija one of the Americ n evening eveningprimroses eveningprimroses eveningprimrOSeS
primroses and of 50000 d scendants scendantsof
of this plant produced in ten years yearsabout yearsabout yearsabout
about 800 have been so alt red spon spontaneously spontaneously ¬
taneously that they are n r garded rded as asforming asforming
forming seven new speci s These Thesespecies Thesespecies
species are mostly very co giant the thecharaclerisics thecharacterisics
characlerisics of the new p rent being beingreproduced beingreproduced beingreproduced
reproduced in successive gen rations orationsThe rationsThe
The making of a geological geolog al piano pianohas pianobas
bas been for thirty years he unique uniquehobby ulIiquehobby
hobby of M Honore Baudre now ow living livingin
in a small town of India St nes giving givingforth givingforth givingforth
forth musical tones are no common commonthose ro I1mon I1monthose imonthose
those emitting a desired not are ar much muchmore muchmore muchmore
more rare and it t was many y jars before beforethe beforethe
the first do of the first f the two twooctaves twooctvcs twooctaves
octaves was obtained the lj 1 st do of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the second octave being st 11 lacking lackingwith
with the present instrumen however howeverhe
he geological musician is a tie to piay piaya
a variety of airs He uses an iron ron frame framefrom framfrom
from which the stones are suspended suspendedhorizontally suspendedhorizontally suspendedhorizontally
horizontally by double strin s and the thebest thebest thebest
best results are had by st king with witha
a hand flint upon the sensiti ve e spot ex experiment experiment ¬
periment reveals in each s one Some Somestones Somstones Somestones
stones are of curious forms ower mi mibeing mibeing mlbeing
being a prehistoric axe a d sol a apetrified apetrified apetrified
petrified fish fishA fishA fishA
A mistake not likely to > e rectified rectifiedseems rectifiedseems rectificlseems
seems to have been made ma e > y the first firstdesigners firstdesigners firstdesigners
designers of car wheels fc f r railways railwaysThe
The flanges flangesdoubtless doubtless wit out special specialconsideration specialCOnsiderationwere specialconsiderationwere
consideration COnsiderationwere were placed on the in inside inside inside
side where they may ren re ain am but a aBurmah aBurmah aBurmah
Burmah contractor has s own that thatwheels thatwheels thatwheels
wheels with outside flanges will safely safelyround safelyround safelyround
round sharp curves where those with withinside withinside withinside
inside flanges will jam o leave the thetrack thetrack thetrack
track trackThe trackThe trackThe
The imitation electric r rM uiitains or ofs orM orM
M Trouve consist of f strea streabeads s of glass glassor glassbeads glassbeads
beads rice celluloid ball ballobjects or other otheron other1imall othersmall
small objects kept k pt in mot mo on by air airjets alrjets airseth
jets from a centrifugal ump I The Thestreams Thestreams Thestreams
streams may be illuminated illumina ed giving givingwith givingwith givingwith
with a great possible varie varieing variety y of color colorstage coloring colorlng
ing beautiful effects effectsLome for fory I stage and andCerusine andborne andhome
borne borneCerusine homeCerusine
Cerusine Ihe new oilpain Oilpalxft t substitute substituteof
of M Lepine is a mixtur of animal animalglua animalglu animalglue
glue and white lead with a varying varyingproportion varyingproportion varyingproportion
proportion of borax and a little pot potash potash potash ¬
ash or nitric acid The usual usu l pigments pigmentsare
are added for the various colors colorsIn
In drowning strangulation gas gassuffocation gassuffOcation gassuffocation
suffocation and the like the body is isin isin isIn
in a healthy condition death resulting I
from stoppage of respiration and heart heartaction heartction heartaction
action The actual restoration of life lifeby lifeby lifeby
by renewing breathing and the circula circulation circulation circulation ¬
tion of the blood is now known kn wn to be bepossible bepossible bepossible
possible This has been demonstrated demonstratedin
in Europe by a series of 100 experi experiments experiments experiments ¬
ments on dogs in which 16 out of 21 21animals 21animals 21animals
animals that had been killed by chloro chloroform chloroform chloroform ¬
form were brought back to life The Theprocess Theprocess Theprocess
process consists in forcing air through througha
a tube into the lungs at the usual usualbreathing usualbreathing usualbreathing
breathing rate and in opening the thechest thechest thechest
chest and squeezing the heart in imita imitation imitation imitation ¬
tion of the Natural contractions A ADanish ADanish ADanish
Danish physician has reported a trial trialin trialin
in the case of a man that had died un under under under ¬
der chloroform The heart was reach reached ¬
ed through an opening cut in the chest chestwall chestwalJ chestcvall
wall and was squeezed rhythmically
for half an hour air being at the thetime thetime thctime
time forced into the lungs and as a aresult aresult a L Lresult
result respiration was set up and only onlyan
an occasional compression was needed neededto I Ito
to keep the heart going Life continued continuedseveral continuedseveral I Iseveral
several hours when breathing sudden suddenly ¬
ly ceased and the patient was dead deadagain deadagain I IagaIn
again againIn
In the new apiacultrire the length of ofthe ofthe 01the I
the bees tongue is of importance The Thelonger Thelonger ThElonger
longer the tongue the greater is the thehoneygathering thehoneygathering th thhoneygathering
honeygathering capacity and a new newWOtfANS newc newWOMAilsR ne nedl
dl p pA
IA A really rejj healthy womajx woma has h ha lit litItle littie littIe
Itle tie pain or discomfort discomfo
at the themenstrual thelIlenstrnaJ themenstri
menstrual menstri period No woman womanIneeds womanneeds womanneeds
Ineeds needs to have any i Wine of ofJCardui ofOard ofCard
JCardui Card 1 will quickly relieve those thosesmarting thosesmarting
I smarting menstrual pains and andIthe andthe vndthe I
the dragging drai head back and an4side 114 114side
Iside side aches achpscaused caused by bYf1111tngof bYf1111tngoftl1e falling of ofi f ft3i
i the t3i womb and irregular menses menseslias mel1SeSWlIEoFCAUI fl5L fl5LWINEOFCARDIJI
has brought permanent ppnn ne 1t relief Hef to
4 1000000 women who suffered sufferedevery 81 EUECZCdevery ered eredevery
every month It makes the men menstrual menl ¬
strual l organs strong and healthy
It is the provision proV Sion made flt4 bylfc bylfcto byNature by 1a 1aL
L ture to give women relief from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the terrible aches and pains which whichblight which whichbIight whichi
i blight so many homes homesT homesWWOOD
T GBEBHWOOD WWOOD LA L Oct 141900 141900r 14 1000 1000I 1900TI
I TI r have aytebe5n ve been very ve sIck for some time
Lwaa 1w38 Was taken 1ken with a severe pain in m my
side I and md Mr could not noget pet any Belief Beliefof tellef until Uflt ± I
fore tnad ricd So bottloofWine bottlo OX Wrne of C CrduI rdui Bej Be
Ifeeit I had taken all out of it I wes 8S relieved relievedMBS ilievcdS ilievcdthat
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S wonaertal J c1ne
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lIJetteGOLD let t ike GOLD DUST D T twigs 1wl twudoyour do yoar y ar work workloree wortIhree workI
t tThree
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I twins will make your dishwashing dishw easy easyIHE toasyN
French apparatus the glossmeter is isdesigned isdesigned
designed d to aid the apiarist who by byudicious
judicious j selection seeks to develop a alongtongued a10ngtonguEtl
longtongued l race The apparatus is issimply issimply
simply s a glass vessel for syrup with witha
a lid having numerous perforations perforationsand ns nsand
and a nd a floating scale to t > show the height heightof
of the liquid when the bees just reach reachit
it I t through the holes It is estimated estimatedtnat estimatedtnat
tnat t tire th ordinary bee can draw sweets sweetsfrom sweetsfrom sweetsrom
from f rom a depth of a quarter of an inch inchand inchand inchand
and that selection can increase the therange therange
range twentyfifth of an inch inchTr inchT
Tr T oxygen pellets of G F Jaubert Jaubertof
of iris are prepared by mixing 200 200pouads 200poullds 200pouaids
pouads of chloride of lime with 78 78pounus 78pounas 78pounds
pounds of sodium dioxide and form forming forming formug ¬
ing l ug the resulting resul ing yellowishwhite pow powder powder powder ¬
der into cakes under strong compres compression compressiJn compresKrn ¬
sion s The he cakes kes are as hard and shiny shinyas
as c f oy > Y T They are used as calcium calciumcar
car used for acetylene and on oniiie onbeilJ
beilJ iiie d in water give off a regu regular regular reguar ¬
lar l ar ana en supply of oxygen gas gasAn gasAn
An excellent building material re resembling resembling resembling ¬
sembling pressed brick but harder is isbeing isbeing
being made at European gas works worksfrom worksfrom worksfrom
from coke ashes hitherto a trouble troublesome troublesome troublesome ¬
some waste The ashes are powdered powderedmixed powderedmixed
mixed with a a tenth part of slaked lime limeformed limeformcd limeforured
formed into a stiff paste with water waterand waterand
and pressed into bricks like clay The Thebricks The1riclcs Thelricks
bricks protected from rain harden in inthe inlhe Inthe
the air ir without artificial heat heatA
A new Russian apparatus for restor restoring rest restoring r ring ¬
ing hearing consists cons sts of a light rubber rubbershell rubbershell rubbershell
shell furnished with a miniature mi microphone microphone nilcrophone ¬
crophone which is connected to a asmall asmall asmall
small galvanic battery It is claimed claimedthat claimedthat claimedthat
that the microphone causes even the thesoftesf thesoftest thesoftesj
softest speech to t react on the auditory auditorynerve auditorynerve auditorynerve
nerve of the deaf de f when the apparatus apparatusis
is placed to the ear earTHE earTHE earTHE
Modesty Is womans watchword watchwordWhatever watchworJWhatever watchworIWhatever
Whatever threatens her delicate sense senseof senseof senseof
of modesty frightens her For this rea reason reason reason ¬
son many a woman permits diseases of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the delicate womanly organs to become becomeaggravated becomeaggravated becomeaggravated
aggravated because she cannot bring bringhers bringhersp bringherse
hers to submit to the ordeal of un unples unplea Unplea
plea it questionings offensive ex exam exaIra exam ¬
am ions and obnoxious local treat treatme treatme treatme
me which some physicians find findno findner findne
no sary Doubtless thousands of f the thewomen thewomen
women who have taken advantage of ofDr ofDr
Dr Pierces offer of free consultaion by byletter byletter byetter
letter l have been led to do so by the theescape theescape theescape
escape thus offered from a treatment treatmentrepugnant treatmentrepugnant treatmentrepugnant
repugnant to modesty Any sick woman womanmay womanmay womanmay
may write It to Dr Pierce Buffalo N NY NY NY
Y in perfect confidence all letters be being being belug ¬
ing treated as strictly private and andsacredly andsacredly andsacredly
sacredly confidential and all answers answersbeing answersbeing answersbeing
being sent in plain envelppes with no noadvertising noadvertising noadvertising
advertising or other printing upon uponthem uponthem uponthem
them Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip Prescription Prescription ¬
tion has been long hailed as a God Godsend God3cnd Godsend ¬
send to women It makes weak women womenstrong womenstrong womenstrong
strong and sick women well U Favorite FavoritePrescription favoritePrescription vorite voritePrescriptiOn
Prescription contains no alcohol alcoholneither alcoholneither alcoholneither
neither opium cocaine or other narco narcotic narcotic narcotic ¬
Williston Fla Nov 15 1901 1901To 1901Tofir To Tor
r fir uty Superintendents SuperintendentsThe The at attendance attendance attendance ¬
tendance on Meetings of Florida State StateTeachers StateTeachers StateTeachers
Teachers Association for the last two twoor twoor twoor
or three years has been small with the thealarming thealarming thcalarming
alarming prospects of f getting smaller smallereach smallereach
each succeeding year This condition conditionwas L
was laid to the fact of no rates lor our ourmembers ourmembers ourmembers
members I am pleased to announce announcethat announcethat announcethat
that the railroads have granted a rate rateof rateof rateof
of 1 112 cent a mile each way for the theOcala theOcala theOcala
Ocala Meeting Our session will be begin begin begin ¬
gin Friday Dec 27th We intend to tooffer tooffer tooffer
offer a very attractive attra tive program very verynotably verynotably
notably the Sunday Exercise for which whichwe whicbI I
we have the promise of Rev Sam Jones Jonesand Jonesand I
and perhaps Dr Talmage We shall shallhave shallhave shallhave I I
have fine music and instructive lec lectures lectures lectures ¬
tures turesIthas turesIt turesIthas
Ithas It has occurred to us that since the therates therates
rates are open to the public we should shouldgive shouldgive shouldI I
give wide publicity to our program and andplans andplans andplans I
plans plansLet plansLet plansLet
Let us try this year to arouse our ourteachers ourteachers Ourteachers
teachers and nd people and have a large largecrowd largecrowd largeI
crowd at Ocala Will you personally personallysee I
see the editors of your county papers papersand paperaand papenand I
and ask for space for any announce announcements announcements announcements ¬
ments and report to me at once the thenames thenames thEL
names names and address of those who will willhelp willhelp willhelp L
help without charge chargeThe chargeThe chargeThe
The official bulletin and program programwill programwill prograwwill
will soon be ready readyYours readyYours readyYours
Yours respectfully respectfullyS
Chair Ex Com ComHEALTHY Co CornHEALTHY >
Mothers Worm Syrup makes the thechildren thechUdren thechildren
children healthy by expelling the theworms theworms theworms
worms that make them ill Children Childreneat Childreneat
eat it on bread breadGOVERNORS breadGOVERNORS breadGOVERNORS
Governor Jenning J nnlI g has made the fol following following following ¬
lowing appointments since our last lastCommissions lastCommissions lastCommissions
Commissions have been forwarded by bythe bythe bythe
the Secretary of State StateJ
J Ellis Blanton Lee Fla to be benotary ben benotary
notary n tary public for the county of Madi Madison Madison Madison ¬
son sonNotaries Notaries Public for the State at atkarge atLargeH atargeH
karge LargeH H A Wilson Jacksonville JacksonvilleBerry JacksonvilleBerry JacksonvilleBerry
Berry A Cannon Mallory Samuel S SFletcher SFletcher S SFletcher
Fletcher OBrien Victor H Knight KnightTampa KnightTampa KnightTampa
Tampa TampaSORB TampaSORE TampaSo
When the childrens eyes are sore sorelook sorelook sorelook
look out Dont let a simple trouble troubleruin troubleruin troubleruin
ruin them for life Get a bottle of the thegenuine thegenuine thegenuine
genuine JohnR John R Dickeys Old Reliable ReliableEye ReliableEye ReiiablcEye
Eye Water and use it at once It Itdoesnt Itdoesnt IIdoesnt
doesnt hurt the soresteyes sorest eyes and the thegood thegood thegood
good effect is almost immediate The Thegenuine Thege Thegenuine
genuine ge me is always enclosed in a red car carton carton carton ¬
ton AtWight At Wight Bros Brosdrug drug store storeo
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To Decisions Handed Down at The TheJanuary TheJanuary TheJanuary
January T T4rni nn 1901 1901John 1901John
John Ctemmons Plaintiff In Error Errorvs
vs The State of Florida Defendant in inError InEr inErrorHolmes
Error Er orHolmes Holmes County
Carter J i iL
1 L Erasures and interlineations in the thesame the3ame theame
same s ink and handwriting as the body bodyof bodyofn
of ofn an n indictment that are not n t only not notcontrary notcontrary
contrary to the probable meaning of ofthe orhe ofhe
he t indictment as it stood prior to totheir totheir tohlr
their t insertion but which make that thatmeaning thatmeanlng thatmeanIng
meaning clear will in the absence of ofproof ofproof
proof to the contrary be presumed to tonave tonave tonave
nave been made before the indictment indictmentwas
was presented to the grand jury
2 A demurrer to a plea in abate abatement abatement ¬
ment and the ruling of the court courtIhereon courtthereon courthereon
thereon t are matters of record to be beexhibited bexhib beexhibited
exhibited xhib ted to an appellate court by the therecord therecord th thecord
record r proper and not by bill of ex exceptions exceptions ¬
ceptions c
3 The law does not require the thecounty thecounty
county c commissioners of any county to tomake toma tomake
make ma e a list of the persons sworn and andempanelled andempanelled andmpanelld
empanelled e as grafid grand jurors at any anyerm
term t erm of the Circuit Courts
4 The dying declarations of a de deceased deceased deeased ¬
ceased c relating to what was said by
him or the accused and what happened happenedbetween happenedlJetwEen
between them at the t e time of the fatal fatalencounter fatalencounter fatalncounter
encounter e are properly admissible in inprosecutions inprosecutions
prosecutions for unlawful homicide
5 Any expressions of one mortally mortallywounded mortallyw mortallywounded
wounded w unded at the time of making an al alleged alleged aleged ¬
leged l dying declaration declarLtion tending to toshow toshow tohow
show s that he then believed his death deathwas deathwas deathwas
was imminent arej are admissible for the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of determining whether the thedeclaration thedeclaration
declaration then made was in fact a adying adying adying
dying declaration
6 Evidence of acts remarks or con conduct condfIct condtict ¬
duct of one accused accus d of the crime of ofmurder ofmurder ofmurder
murder showing unfriendliness on his hispart hispart hispart
part toward the deceased is admissible admissiblethough admissiblethough admissiblehough
though t such acts temarks or conduct conductoccurred conductoccurred conductoccurred
occurred two or three weeks prior to tothe tothe tohe
the t tt homicide where other testimony in inthe inthe inhe
the t case tends to show acts of intervals intervalsfor
for more than a year prior to the hom homicide homicide horncide ¬
icide i
7 The omission of the court to in instruct instruct instruct ¬
struct the jury upon any point of law lawin lawin lawn
in i n a case is not ayailable to one who whohas whohas whohas
has not requested i an instruction on onthat onhat Onthat
that t point and taken an exception to tothe tothe tothe
the ruling of the court refusing his in instruction instruction instruction ¬
8 A motion for a 3 i new trial upon the theground theground theground
ground of the illness i1lpess of a juror is isproperly isproperly Isproperly
properly refused where it is not shown shownthat shownthat shownthat
that the juror was wa when the verdict verdictwas verdictwas
was rendered or before b fore so ill that he hecould hecould hecould
could not give careful and conscien conscientious conscientious conscientious ¬
tious consideration to the merits of the thecontroversy thecontroversy thecontroversy
controversy then pending before him himor himOr himor
or that the verdict rendered by him himdid himdid himdid
did not express his h s deliberate convic conviction conviction conviction ¬
tion of defendants guilt upon a full fulland fulland fulland
and careful consideration and compar comparison comparison comparson ¬
ison i son of the evidence
9 Improper argument of counsel counselfor counselfor
for the State in the hearing of the jury juryif
if checked by the court as soon as it is isbrought isbrought Isbrought
brought to its attention and not notfurther notfurther notfurther
further persisted in is not sufficient to torequire torequire torequire
require the court to grant a new trial
10 Where the evidence in terms termsdoes termsdoes termsdoes
does not make out a case of murder in inthe inthe inthe
the third degree but is sufficient to tosustain tosustain tosustain
sustain a higher degree of murder the theverdict theverdict
verdict for murder in the third degree degreemust degreemust degreemust I
must be sustained as against a motion motionfor motionfor
for a new trial upon the ground that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the evidence is insufficient to support supportthe
the verdict verdictJudgment verdictJudgment verdictJudgment
Judgment affirmed affirmedC afil ed edC
C M Cox for plaintiff in error errorWilliam errorWilliam errorWilliam
William B Lamar Attorneyeneral Attorneyeneralfor
for the State StateSamuel StateSamuel i iSamuel
Samuel B 0 Wilson Appellant vs vsHenry vsHenry vsHenry
Henry L Mitchell Governor W B BLamar BLamar BLamar
Lamar AttorneyGeneral W D DBloxham DBIOxham DBkxham
Bloxham Comptroller C B Collins CollinsTreasurer CollinsTreasurer CollinsTreasurer
Treasurer and L < B Wombwell Com Commissioner Commissioner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner of Agriculture sued as the theTrustees theTrustees theTrustees
Trustees of the Internal Improvement ImprovementFund
Fund of the Stat of Florida Appel Appellees AppelleesLeon AppelleesLeon ¬
lees leesLeon Leon County CountyCarter County CountCarter
Carter J
1 Circuit Courts have power in intheir intheir intheir
their discretion tb t permit to be filed filedand filedand
and appended to I j pleas in equity the theaffidavit theaffidavit theaffidavit
affidavit and certificate ce ceitificate tificate required by byEquity byEquity byEquity
Equity Rule No i8 8 at any time before beforea
a decree PRO no CONFESSO for want of a aplea aplea aplea
plea is entered vjhere here the omission to todo todo todo
do so was causeq causee by inadvertence or oroversight oroversight oroversight
oversight on the thepart j part of the pleader pleaderand
and the applicatidn is promptly or sea seasonably seaS seasonably ¬
sonably S made i
2 The Internal Improvement Fund Funddesignated Funddesignated Funddesignated
designated in section 1 and vested in inthe Inthe inthe I
the Trustees by Section 2 of the In Internal Internal Internal ¬
ternal Improvement Improvem nt Act Chap 610 610laws 610laws 61Claws
laws approved January 61855 6 1855 is in no nomanner nomanner nomanner
manner made or intended to be made maderesponsible maderesponsible
responsible to tbe t e holders of bonds bondsissued bondsissued bondsissued
issued by railroad companies under au authority authority auihorlty ¬
thority of that set ct further than for forinterest forinterest foxinterest
interest accruing on the bonds up to totheir totheir totheir
their maturity nor or can such funds be beheld beheld beheld
held liable for the neglect of the trus trustees trustees trustees ¬
tees to collect semiannually the in installments installments Instaliments ¬
stallments due to the special sinking sinkingfunds sinkingfunds sinkinCfunds
funds providing by that act for the pay payment payment paymerit ¬
ment of the principal of such bonds bondsnor bondsnor bon bonnor
nor for the th failure of the trustees to toaccount toaccount tcaccount
account for moneys mon ys paid into such suchsinking suchsinking suchsinking
sinking funds and misappropriated by bythem bythem bythem
them <
3 The trustees trusteeshad had power under sec section section setlion ¬
tion 3 of the Internal I ternal Improvement ImprovementAct
Act Chap 610 laws approved Jan January J 3annary n nnary ¬
nary 6 1855 to apply money derived derivedfrom derivedfrom derhedfrom
from the sale of railway rallwayproperty rallwaypropertymade property propertymade prOpertymade
made under the auhority of that sec section sectlontothe section
tion tlontothe to the purchase and cancelling of ofoutstanding Qfoutstanding qi L
outstanding bonds of the railroad rallroadompany railroadcompany raflrocompany
company or to incorporate te it with the thesinking thesinking theSinking
sinking fund provided by that act and andSoft andSoft anc ancHarness
Soft SoftM SoftHarness
M w
Harness HarnessV
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Yon caa eari cmake make your Oar bar harness barnesa ¬
ness ea as UIO 3IofI eoft as aaa aasglove aasglovexd a glove glovend gloveand I
and nd as tough as i wire by
uslngEUKEKA ualng BUREKA Barse Bar Hareaa Hatoia
se eaa Oil Yon can cn3el3gtheu
lengthen its it life lifemake make It Itlast I I1as itbs
last twice as a Ions Jo M it itordinarily UwoaIcL 1 1ordna9jy
ordinarily ordna9jyEVREKA would wouldEUREKA woaIcLEUREKA
Harness Harnessmakes Oil 011makeaapoorloo1tJnghar OilmakeiapoorJookIng
makes makeaapoorloo1tJnghar makeaapoorloo1tJngharn apoorlooklnff bar harness barne ¬
ness n ne like new Made I of ofpure ofpare ofturo
pure heavy bodied oil ea eapecIaUy e epeclaUy eVecaUr
> pecIaUy prepared to willKnd wwumd will wItband
Knd and the weather weatherBold weather8O4
t tSo1d
Bold everywhere everywhereincacs here hereIn berGtn
incacs In c51IVI1ze ulftlzea ulftlzeaKifcfer I1zea I1zeaif
= iwi1 Kifcfer if STANDARD 01 Cot co I
> It d < 1 1i
fJ > > o ii
i c t i f
t tb they were not required to hold the
b bonds so purchased as an investment
on account of the sinking fund upon
which interest was to continue for the
benefit of that fund and upon the can cancellation cancellation ¬
ci cellation c of such bonds so purchased
i interest would cease to run thereon thereonunless theroonunless
unless the interest coupon had been beenprviously beenprviously
prviously detached and negotiated
4 Under section 3 30l of the Internal
Improvement I Act Chap 610 laws ap ¬
proved January 6 1855 the trustees trusteeswere trusteeswere
were invested with a discretion either
tQ t to o purchase and cancel bonds Issued by
a railroad company with the purchase purchasemoney purchasemoney
money derived from the sale of such suchroad suchroad
road by them under authority confer conferred conferred ¬
red r by that section se tIon or to incorporate it itwith itwith
with the sinking fund provided by that thatact thatact
act and if they exercised the discre ¬
t tion to purchase and cancel bonds
t they were not required to purchse all
bonds then outstanding but only as asmany asmany
many as they deemed advisable
5 Ordinarily where a plea in equity
is I s set down for f r argument its truth is isadmitted isadmitted
admitted only for the purpose of test ¬
ing i ng its legal suuiciency The judg judgment judgment judgment ¬
ment to be entered upon the allowance allowanceof
of such a plea upon argument is not
definitive for its truth may be denied deniedby c1eniedy
by y the plaintiff by replication and the theparties theparties theparties
parties may then proceed to examine examinewitnesses examinewitnesses examineWitnesses
witnesses the one to prove the other otherto
to t o disprove the facts stated in the plea pleaand pleamd pleaand
and no order of the court merely pass passing passing passng ¬
ing i ng upon the legal sufficiency of the theplea theplea th thplea
plea should preclude the plaintiff the therignt therignt therignt
rignt thus to controvert the truth of ofthe ofthe
the facts alleged allegedAffirmed allegedAffirmed
Affirmed in part reversed in part partW partW
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the t Lest and most attractive In addi addition addition addion ¬
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WashingtonAtlanta Line ine about Nov Novvember Novvember November
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about a January 1st 1902 Following
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of o f all travelers travelersSee
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many years made af close study studYand and I
specialty spe lalty of the treatment of CA ¬
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