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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 November 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 25- 1SS0. 0 r l F O K iCK HEADACHE - BILIOUSNESS ONSTJPATION i DYSPEPSIA I ' U S E . )R C McLANE'S j CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS! PREPARED BY k 7T "FT M TXT r TT CZ J i lliUliHU 1J1VWJ. ! PITTSBURG PA. E SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE. t ! ;Tbe Counterfeits uremade in St. Louis. Mo. This BELl genere- C. v.o ixfa'a.i Tv ator is made expressli t UtL CHZEVUvi meats ot the eenerati". 'nWt)'(SBrV I lr'-'ans. Thecontinuo''f OL.)i.yv niOlDC&J J strewn of Ei.ectiuciti -jFORli-iJy permeating through thi f5 parts must restore them I kiX-OuJl i to healthy avtiou. in 'flh illV not comonnd this witt iflr M i'?SnMI ! Electric Belts advertised . II Li 1 Vaki UoL-1 to cure all ills from head o toe. It is or the ON K er-t cine purpose. For Irculars giving full infomation address Cheever Electric Belt Co. lt)8 Wellington St..C'b.icaso 111. llW A L t I W11I8KY. . ? '-h ill flavor mild and elegant in taste. It does ' I ot contain one drop of impure oH. Being a genui...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 25 November 1886

H . (iOVIiRNMKNTA.1. VV II AT H ilOINO ON IN "I MCI A UTM KNTS. Till-: AS KI'IIXIMN WHAT WAS . UNKH AT 'tK t AiMFOI. Kw"KUlk.Y. - -- -w AlmiiMiiiri) wti )Mul In ltr ltoii.tt tii. Tnw ivkjontv tr . t now ti. tnitt around t wV"l1 Hid laud daid h.Kv ivx.o..d f.v.n kt OlUvWd Udv paiiy iwtdy pud f i '... ...' i n ih Amount due tle (vii t v u4tt VW'W vSl'-w. ( MIV MWf tV KH vt uvst t few vw""uM sV ' ciAUU vV th 4t VW VMyt VW W'v4H V. i j 5lvwvs! yt'-i nsi A.vty ; VTV Jt- iKt asKvA w'.!.. iN;r..i. iii.vu 5; Tw- vUv4 Jtwv. V fvtWiiw- a Kvi. N" 'V-1 IVwi Kl U V viv.-vv SiiurfvA. Vil V . v Nw V- IN O. Hvivy Vlrtl W InmJ waA lai. S. V-H i-v W x .ta tiftv-tt "' "f 1 t. VlU .s I t f t'M tr N( N- Vv.vs V .'. ' v vw:tgt t'vrt. n- at..'! ' ts v:.V'.';''Sf'"iAMii'" vi v: tw i v-'' lvi(lC(W! r XN-lr & " Vk (HHivt 4 M-!.k vc-r iei w dJV1 atf 'W ' iK w H -.lf'l ju otlf-i. '!.!-.! -H "va'" V tW lil 'sifc tw .r MW..s tf. 15to.--.tt.1H. -a' -.trfo : .lixss t' 4vlWl)m V. SKr r JMSN- 5VV Wrvrtl '- lls )...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 December 1886

-A.". ATJSTI mi a nn VOL. XVI. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 2. iKSrt.' WEEKLY ESMA THE SYMPTOMS Of Uver complaint are a bitter or had taste in mouth pain in the hack sides or joints often mistaken for rheumatism; sour stomach toes of appetite bowels alternately coslivo and lax head- ache; loss of memory with a painful eensstlon of having fulled to do something which ought to have been done ; debility low spirits a thick yeliow ap- pearance of the skin and eyes; a dry ceugu often mistaken for consumption. Sometimes many of these svraptoras attend the disease at others very few; but the Liver liie largest orocan in the body is generally the et-at of the disease and if net regulated in time i?reat suf- fering wretcliednese and death nill ensue tj'l'ha Baltimore Episcopal Methodist: "Simmons Liver Itegnlator is acknowledged to Jjnve no equal as a Liver medicine comair.ing those Southern roots and herbs whicli an all wise Providence has placed in countries where Xiver diseases preva...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 December 1886

2 TEXASmVS. GRAHAM TIUKD AT WACO- ACClAENTAIiLY K I L.L.- ED AT B ELTON. KILLED AT VEIlXON-TWO CII1L- DKEN HUH El) TO DEATH- SKN'SATIOVAL ITEMS. Special Telegram to the Statesman. lir... Mmlu ' ? TllA eHflA ftf J. A. Gfft' hbm. tl'.e St.- l.onis drummer lor killing Will t ...... . i.l-air. ii.mnierrlHl traveler has been .. h)..f tunic of interest to day in th dlntrict "Tl.. L l'lllnn nmirreil on the nk'ht of r eh rury4 last at the simper tBhle at the MeClttlland hotel. (Jrahani was indicted hy the grand jury uhli'h met InimediBlelT afterward and ap peared for trial " at the spring term of the district court. The Jnry rouiu not scree and the case went over until the present tiVm Cruliam helnir at lariro on ball. The case ... trUi uuplv thtfl iiiiirninL'. and able counsel weieeniiaaed on each side lighting every inch of the ground vigorously. The argument or me lie !1 ....... iu i:ruiiuin Hi-led inirelv in Bell-de fence havln.1 reason 10 believe LamD would kill him. The case went to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 December 1886

A.V.I) MK. D.VVls : baaia of these terms? That there are a j few traitors in the state who would be will- Hemorrhages. Klz Nose or from any cause L speedily con- trolled and stopped. Sores Ulcers Wounds Sprains & Bruises. It is eooling cleansing ati-i Ileal. ny. f! Sit 3 PI h ' 11 is most flicaclou' for tills "Pond'tExiraii VmiiriU Cure" speoially pietwirwl to meet sbi ions :&cb should tx- anlio.l I'.mkI's Instruct Nnl S) Iiijjk. Rheumatism Neuralgia. No other preparation has cured more eases of these distressing romplaHitstlian the Extract. Pond's Extract Plus ter it Invaluable in these diseases Lain--bago Pains in Back or hide. &o. . Diphtheria Sore Throat Use the Eitiact promptly. Delay is dangerous. Pi ffiC a iJ-r1'A!S Itrtl'ng. It llltJoi is the grestest known rmpdv: ni'- idly curing when oilier iiKjiUi-iii u a failed. Pju Uxi.act Ointment is of great service whore the removal of clothing is inconvenient. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipples.rce used The Kxlmrt will n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 December 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 2 1886 "WEEKLY STATESMAN. ANOTHER LETTER FROM JEFFERSON DAVIS. We published a few day back a letter from Mr. Davis to Governor Vance. The document upon which General Sherman w supposed to base his charge that Mr. Davis threatened to n.e Lee's army to co- erce a state of the Confederacy into sub- mission to the Confederate government. We took occasion to comment npon this letter pointing out our reasons for con- cluding that Mr. Davis was true to his state soverignty principles and General Sherman a malicious slanderer. Xow we abate no jot of our abhorence of General Sherman's character. e be -: him ranable of anv decree of ba.se maliciousness and brutality. We can en- tertain no other view of his character be- cause in his march to the sea his army systematically burned private homes and drove into destitution want and death their only inmates helpless women and children. Besides General Sherman ad- mits that he told the people of South Ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 December 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 2 1880. 5". A NAMELESS CASE. My case has been a very curious one for about thirteen years. At Intervals ol about one week X would be attacked with spells of severe ami most excruciating pain always commencing in the re- gion of my kidneys. The pain wonld then go up wards and affect my body and head and seemed to penetrate my very eyeballs creating the most intense suffering lasting about eight hours each pell. I resorted to all kinds of medicine without benefit. Several doctors treated my case but none gave re lief. I finally used B. B. B. as an experiment and to my utter astonishment all pain and Buffering van- ished after usin? three doses. To the present time I hare used three bottles and not a pain has ever returned . I do not know what was the mat- ter neither could my physician name the com- plaint. The B. B. B acted finely and powerfully upon my kidneys; my appetite has been splendid and my constitution built up rapidly. K. THOMAS C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 December 1886

isDAY. DECEMEE2 i 1 :-'; iW.H.FIREBAUGH&CC W EEKLY STATESMAN : - fW uitc llrUlrt T. liit!t MKT JiS W5I fclfi t-W '.rltiid. Grtiut tiiiC t-Unn. '1 miirarj j uKf"iil 1- Axiftemui- t ' JUW"t- 'f inot in c:'! frarDid in 'rilL h-AOAvn 2 Oamf- r. iv-iifc. tiic-w. Xirna Cr-wat?-. fctmiuer. "K b6t 'P.lmirL. Ku-iul. .-u.-ffcX- BjUUT fclifi llt;-H ZrlillCH- i.6tiut. r noun P. 2tajtaua 2ai HiL ! tai3w bvejmeiife. Twum'i. Tiiina nut IS lu w-rw ntm;itr fcty n. s irt-r: iwrt-f ;trfe. innr if win- a- Htr lrfrt tiX. "w wjti. 3iw i-w w.:v fj uetr-T -el tiint ti? a. in.- yurxt. ywMiry-s men. "fra " ' wntia-fj 6stfti Wlir iiwir it 1'tt iiJ Trunin-".' . - - r. in rvt firtft Tu.nct. seiueS Tin. ; HARDWARE! ;n.c"Dxn t iiarar iLnm-trotn. i itTw irrtnt Wrr J- nrruu. xnii i" rsw"n 'trrat 6t It Cuomi: St Xit:i ta. vvuhi. fmr fimsii irtiii!irt- I" Vrvji- i. aii fef- i -riiE cjiwtrT--u. ti rrean u? mr inriui?iy -uia it irtia tvtZiur ti wfifW if E-"FER8 K D K r iufc Tom (kuiv r e 1 mvuli ':Z'Z' -u w ... ---...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 December 1886

F O 11 K HEADACHE BILIOUSNESS NSTIPATION AXD DYSPEPSIA U S E H C McLANE'S CELEBRATED 1VER PILLS! PREPARED BY .EMING BROS. PITTSBURG- PA. 'sure you get the genuine. e Counterfeits aremada in St. Louie. Mo. This BELT genere- ator is made expreBsl) for the cure of derange- menu ot the generativi organs. Thecontintioii stream of Ki.ectkiciti permeating through tut parte must restore their to healthy actiou. D not ronlound this with Electric Belts advertised to cure all ills from bead 4oe. .It is or toeuiNJi epi cine purpose ror glare giving full infomation address C heaver atric iielico. lira wsmnston Di.viiiciiu 111 it WHISKY. Mi in flavor mild and eleeant In taste. It does i contain one drop of impure oH. Being a genuine rley Malt Whisky it possesses much nutriment ft ' a fine tonic for use In malarial sections. It .!.. nn..nN attack: of Pneumonia. A splendid iic for weak lungs and feebleness. Most excellent drinking and purest for home use. v vt rufiiv ft IV. DittillTS. Louisville. K...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 2 December 1886

i AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER g 1836. GOVERNMENTAL. WHAT J;s GOING ON IN TUB DKl'.VUT-MKNTS. A Kl'ITOMK OlT WHAT WAS LEARNED AT THE CAPITOL YKSTEHDAV. It was very quiet in all the departments yesterday Hud very little of interest was j:cked- up. EDUCATIONAL DE BTMEST. The following is ft comparative snm uiary of receipts and disbursetneuts of the state school land lor tne year ending Anjrnst 31 18SG not including cities and towns: Cash on band September 1 1885 $171 .370.10. Cash on hand Septerrbor 1 1834 $180- 914.17. To credit of schools for 1885 $125(i!7-S2. To credit of schools for 1884 $229882.- f7. Receipts from state fund for 188 $1928299.23. Receipts from state fund for 1884 1633582.05. Receipts from county schools lands for iSSfi $86580.09. Receipts from county school lands for 1884 $117990.99. Receipts from rent of county school lands for 1885 $8429.53. Receipts from rent of county school imds for 1884118705.10. (The great falling off in this item is ao i co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 December 1886

UStEN VOL. XVI. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY DECEMBER 9. 1886. N073" i . V: G!urch: 'Mmmone Liver Keirulutnr is certainlv a spe-dii'- nr u"' l'lass complaints which it claims to cure. Tr any of our fellow being are . suffering from lit atic disorders and have doubts in rfurd lo he eit'u-ucv of tins popular preparation w can nnlv off-r the:nthe simple and eamllcl art' iment of Philip to :lt''ll""'' "l-ome una nee.' r.-v the pn' remedy find then yon cau jnd'.w for viiur pelvea " Ki'V. David A' ills Fustnr of I'retbj teriun Church irtuiuiiioii u. v Tre Judiciary: "I ti hv used Simmons Liver Ue''iilator for Con- (tijintiou a.ip'Kil by a derangement of the Llvoraiid .VV-(V8 wheD need accord it to directions with cln- cidii benefit." Hiram Warner late Chief Justice ol Georgia The Medical Profession: 'No other remedy within our knowledge can till its plmo. I have been practicing mdicine for -JO years and have never been able to put up a vegeta- ble compound that would lie Simmons Liver lie mla'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 December 1886

TTctfTvr wrwiri v GTATFQXf AV THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9 188(L w - 1.1 THE MESSAGE continued FBOM FIRST PAOB. people huarded in the treasury when it should be in their hands or we should be drawn into wasteful public extrava- gance with all the corrupting national de- moralization which follows in its train bnt it is not the simple existence of this surplus and its threatened attend- ant evils which furnish the strongest argu- ment against our present scale of federal taxation. Its worst phase is the exao- tion of such a surplus through a perver- sion of the relations between the people and their government and a d tuberous departure from the rules which limit the right of federal taxation. Good govern- ment and especially the government of wliicii every American citizen bon-ft has for its objuot the proteotiou of every per- son withiu its care in the greatest liberty consistent with the good order of society ami his perfect se- curity in the enjoyment of his earnings with the least possi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 December 1886

! i 1; offirreeation and largo holdings in many cases in the hands of foreigner? invite the serious and immediate attention of con gress ids enerjjioa ui mo lanu depart- ment have been devoted during the presj eat administration to remedy the defects and correot the ' abuses in the public land service. The results of these efforts are so largely in the nature of reforms in the meth- ods of a public system as to prevent ade- (mate estimates. But it appears by a compilation from the reports of the com- missioner of the general land office that gn immediate effect on leading cases wnj0h have come to a definite termina- tion has been the restoration to the mass of publio lands of 2750000 acres; that two million three hundred and seventy thousand acres are embraced in investi- gations now pending before the department or the courts and that action has been asked to effect the restoration of two million seven hundred and ninety thousand acres addi- tional besides whioh four million aores ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 December 1886

WEEKLY STATESMAN. ABOl'T MEXICO. President discusses at considerable length our relations with Mexico and calls attention to a novel law of the Mexican government worthy of the most serious consideration of congress We whose lines join those of Mexicj are likely oftenest to be effected by Ihe enforcement of the law. He says: In compliance wilh a resolution of the senate communicated to that body on Angust 2 last and also to the hoase of representatives the correspondence is transmitted in the case of A. K. Cutting an American citizen then imprisoned in Mexico charged with the commission of a penal offense in Texas of which a Mexi- can citizen was the object. After a de- mand bad been made for his release the charge against him whs amended so as to include a violation of Mexican law within Mexican t-rritory. This joinder of alleged offenses one within the other uterior to Mexico induced me to order a special investigation of the case. pending which Mr. uniting was reieaseu. Th incide...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 December 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9 1886. Always Satisfies. The best preparation for promoting the growth of the hair nud for restoring gray hair to its original color is Hall's Hair Bcncwer. As n dressing it is unequaled. Mrs. Alfred Blodgctt 113 Howard St.. Detroit Mich. writes : " Before I com menced tho use of Ha! IVsS'HairReiwer my hair was weak thin and gray. 1 am now 63 years of age have used the Re- newer for tho hist ten years and possess a heavy growth of brown hair." Mrs. T. II. Collius Loganspoi-t Intl. writes: " I become gray when I was quite young. Hall's Hair Bcncwer restored my hair to its original color and increased tho growth. It also prevents dandruff and keerjs the hair soft and glossy." Buckingham's Dye FOR THE WHISKERS Prodi Mes a handsome brown or black with the least expenditure of time trouble or money. It is always safe and convenient to use and gives a permanent color t the whiskers or mustache. PKKFAKED BY K. 1. WALL & CO. Nashua N. H- Sold...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 December 1886

.T-rrTT 1T7-T-T7TTTV OT A TFCf A "V TTTTTTJSD A Y. DECEMBER 9 1886 A - . : WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TKXAS. KA.TES OF SUBSCRIPTION. TlAfT.V. Om month $ -J Tbre moaths . Bir month. Tiulva mnntha nvniT nAll.r. Twelve months..... - $;-9j? Mix months . - I-"' WIBKLT. Hlx month TwmIva uianthft 1 INVABUBLT IK ADTAMOB. P jetaKe free to all parte ot the United State and Jan&oa Remit by draft on Austin. P. 0. monay order postal note rezlaUtred letter or express Bamyle ioplee aent tree on application. Atx Papiui UianoNTmuco at th Expiratioh jthi Tib Paid por. Sulwcrlljers will please observe the date on their wrappers. Bnbsrribers wishing address of paper chanced trill state In their application botn the old and new address. MB. F. A. SCOTT Is In charge of he city sub- scrlptlon dfi"irntof Tn Ktatkshan and all timplafnta or notices of changes given to him or left at this ofltce will have prompt attention. bnbscrlbers who do not receive their paper repi- rlv. ara ten iieotedto notify the ol...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 December 1886

- a g a. & O O) i X h H D O O h W P5 D W m El"" q 2 S 4ri cBi-i 0 3 UH'2 3 0 n B as " en pa o s x P iS pa co . -3 ;j WHISKY. -h In flavor mild and elegant In taste. It does at contain one drop of impure oH. Being a genuine iarley Malt Whisky it possesses much nutriment did is a fine tonic for use In malarial sections. It greatly prevent attacks of Pneumonia. A splendid Sonic for weak lungs and feebleness. Most excellent Sir drinking and purest for home use. E. H. CHASE & Co.. Distillers Louisville. Kv. pa PCS ' CD 03 X. I O --J CO s wcrasctI jwwiuisV 'D BROWNS. Most ot th uiseaMia ivuijIi auuut u uikiua are union- ally caused by a disordered oouditiuu ol Oio L I V t ti For all oomplainW of this kind sucil as Tjrpidity of the Liver Biliousness Nervous Dyspepsia luiliBtis- tioo Irregularity oi the Bowels Oous ipaiion likuu- lenc'v. Eruotatioiw and burmug ut tne Stomacn 'aiimt'times called Hourtburn) Miasma. Malaria Bloody Flux. Otuih! and lever Broukbuue. I'eyer Eihaustionbeio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 9 December 1886

o u m . I DR. JOHN BULL'S Smi'sToiicSyriif FOR THE CURE OK FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES. The proprietor of this etiebraiea aied'.oint justly olaims for it a superiority over ail rem- edies ever offered to the pnbho for the SAFE CERTAIN SPEEDY and PERMANENT cure of Ague and Fever.or Chillsand Fever .wheth- er of short or long standing. He refers to the entire Western and Southern country to beai him testimony to the truth of the assertion that in nn case whatever will it fail to cure ii the direotionsare stnotly followed and carried out. In a great many oases a ningle dose hM been sufficient for a cure and whole familiei have been cured by a single bottle with a per- fect restoration of the general health. It is however prud.9ntand in every case moTe cer- tain to oure if its use is continued in smaller doses for a week or two after the disease has been checked more especially in difficult and long-standing cases. Usually this medicine will net require ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 December 1886

II ' FSTK ; STATESMAN. V0 XVL AUSTIN : AS. THURSDAY DECEMBER 16. 1866. KO. 4 L . . . I ULF.S8IMO. "Sotbing adds more to the security of life Agp'piuess and of health than a safe id reliable family medicine. S. L. ft. . j fl0n foe itself th appellation of "the family MbsRinjj." If a child hits the Colio it is pore safe and pleasant. If the i'it her U exhiiatiJi overworked debilitated it will rovtorehi failing strength.- If the jfo suffixs from Dyspepsia Low Spirits Ileadaoho it will give relief. If any pamher of the family nun eaten anything burd to digest a dose of the Regulator will soon establish good digestion. It gives refreshing sleep even n orhbs wnere nar- ootios have failud. I is a preventive perfectly harmless to begin with no ratter what the attack it will afford relief. No error to be feared in adinin- ijteringjno injury from exposure after tak- ju "; no change of diet required; no neglect of'1 duties or loss of time. Simmons Liver Ilegulator is entirely vegetable and is ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 December 1886

) THURSDAY. DECEMBER 16 1886 ATTSTTM WEEKLY STATESMAN. (;: . 1 I f - M HIS. SITUATED IN THE MIDST OF BEAUTIFUL EVEB- OBEEN HILLS. SUBEOUNDED BY SCENEBY WHICH ENCHANTS THE BEHOLDEB. PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND EES IDENCES FINEST IN THIS COUNTEY. Every Inducement Held Out to Sight-Seer and Health Seeker. Statistics Proving it the Healthiest City in the Whole Country. The Educational Advantages are the Best in the Southern States. Austin is a city of 25000 inhabitants It was founded in 183!). It takes its name from Col. Stephen F. Austin one of the early pioneers who brought out a colony to settle the country. Previously to the Texas war of independence and the defeat of Oen. Santa Anna and the Mexioan power on the famous battle field of San Jacinto April 21 183G Austin had no existenoe. It was the haunt of the deer and the buffalo; the hunting ? round the roaming place of the savage ndian. The capital of the Republic of Texas was formerly at Houston but sub- ' Beqnently removed to Austin whi...

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