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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 13 January 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, JANUARY 13 1SSG 7 DOWN TO BUSINESS. ' The Twentieth Legislature Settles to Work. The Senate Organizes, and the House Partially Completes its Work Gossip in the Corridors. A good long while before 12 o'clock, yesterday, the temporary capitol was filled with what might well be called an overflow of humanity. There were law makers, old and young, and old and new. There were members of the Third house and there were idle lookers on. Of course there were candidates and an abund ance of them, and they were as lively as mice in a corn bin. Every desk in both chambers was covered with candidatorial cards and the candidates themselves were frequent and numerous in their attentions; so much so that sometimes a seeker after one office would be found button-holing a lone fisherman after some other office. The legislative 'proceedings will show how mBny hearts were made glad, and how maDy disappointments were caused yesterday in the choice of officers so far as...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 13 January 1887

attcttv xvvvKl.r STATESMAN- THURSDAY. JANUARY 13 BROW5, -TKE EE5770KIC. Thin medlr-lne, combining Iron with jiny'J ".m.taWe ton!.-. .jul' Ny find joiniilotoly l urea lTieiln, lmll-llin. j-iiknrr ,, uiimre lllnoil, .Unlitria,! UtlNuiid tevern, ml urnlin. , , T1 ... It In an imlniliiiK remedy for Diseases or tho lili"iVnv"uitie"ir I-isonscs r.etiiliiir to Women, aii'l all who niI.Mhi y I von. UiIm not inJiiFR Hie Urc-I Ii.cbiimu ln-alai-lie.oi i.UHliire coiistiilim-""'7 hrmmntirmnr.n. Iturirlfhesuril purifies tliel!oo(i. stimulates be appetite, aids the i-t-i m i Intion or fwul. rt n, vi-n Heartburn nml Helihlng, and strcinjlu vim the muscles ami nerves Kor Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, I-ack M Fnergy, Ac, It has no eiml. The penuinc linn above trade innrk an-1 c rossed red lines on wrpK-r. 1 like no other. n.ti. i. k. iihow n i iimin 1 1. o.. biiti ioiiv. an. (Continued from Paee 7 enta the commeniliitiorm clue to those who have fniilitully diHclmreJ patlio trust. On mo ini. the ho...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 January 1887

WEEKLY STATESMAN. VOL. XVJ. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20 1887. i7 " CONSTIPATION. "My attention, ufler suffering with Constipation for two or t.iree vetirs, was railed to Simmons LI .er Regulator, ami having tried Hlniost e'.ery tliim: ei-, concluded to try it. I first took a wme ftlusnful, aud atr.e rwards reduced the doc. m a t?a ' spoonful -as per directions) alter each ine.il. I found tliut. it bud done me so nun h good Unit I continued it until I took two hot-ties; simvj then I have nor experienced any dilliculty. I keep it in my house and would not !)' without it, lint have no use for it, basing cured iuo."--Geo. W. sum, As sistant Clerk t-uperior Court, Bibb Co., Ca. "riavingled a sedentary lite for a number of years, my bvcU became very irregular and my habit constipated. Ry the a;lvi?e of Irietids I was indued to resort t Simmons Liver- Regulator nd I now enjoy better health (ban I hive known for year. l; to. V. Kckekt, Water Jtotu't, Philu. ;k,ONliY t, K.NUINE bus o...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 January 1887

OUT AND IN. Tho Regular Bi-cnnial Chango of Administration EOcctcd Ycs- tcrday with Eclat. Ireland's Furewcll and Boss Inauguration--A Thoughtful Stato Paper. The Grand Ball Last Niftht-Sights, Scenes and Incidents of Inau gural Day, With tho Usual Filling of Spicy Gossip. If the administration of Governor Ross could be Judged i" advnnoe,ly the weather .. t 1. . i i Iiih iiKiiiL'iirul iliiy, it would be guff to i't bin ollicial career down h -one of smoothness mid iik without ft flaw. The nifrry moiilli of .May coulil not have produced a brieliter or mure pleasant mid beautiful day th'" W,,H Kiv''" ihU ul,,y on which to retire one mini from high of floe mid instnll another to thu place. The day was bright, ttiti luetics wore out in full force and it was, in every sense, an auspi cious occasion. TIIK INAtHIUIIAf. KIKIll'IKHH. Promptly at 10 o'clock the military were called to "assembly. Companies A. E and II, of the Second regiment- the Texan Mile, the Granite Kifle-s end the Austin ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 January 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 20 18S7. 3 26,587.335 BOTTLES OF WARNERS SOLI3 TO DEC. 27, 188G. N Oili r Italv in tiic Wu-J Can Produce Such a Record. This woiidorfnl success of "Warner's Saite Cure" is duo wholly to the renl merit of ( 'imc,:, For a long time it has loon REGARDED BY TIIE HIGHEST MKKK'Ui AUTHORITIES AS THE ONLY SPECIFIC 1'ORKIDNEY, LIVER AND LMlKni l I;!SEASIS AND FEMALE COMPLAIN I'S. Th.nmiu ! i of peoDle owe thair life nn.l luviit.h to "Warner's Safe Cure," aud wo cr a r.roduoo 1 10,000 TESTIMONIALS to tliat.cffei t. Knad tho following nud note the large number of bottles distributed. We gunr ftfiti e these iiarcs to be o rreot, as our sales-books will trove. BOSTON. 1,149.122 CUT. W. . ilOBINSON (U. S. Marino 1 it ii.. i:u;r .l.., N. Y.), in 1885 was suffer ing with T- SKIN HUStOB LIKK LEPUOSY. (iould no; ' ep; was in great aoosy, for t wo yiBM mud everything without bene fit. Wi!3 i.r ..mnoed inoueadlk. "Twenty bottles (if tVamev'a Safk Cure ooa j'ji...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 January 1887

Contlauf-d from eighth r.rfnt mrninilinn of tn uieti-.l champ Is tin In th liih (umnw fnim whii-ti tiiny iMiimiati-, anil I (limlil not hut tlial many of tli snil'-i-li'iin will ciiinietm llimiv?8 lo your f.ivom'dH ( stiteration, anil tlinr ailoiitlua tfl l u!ua'jlH iiu iirovemeuui in out laws. the n am. no aim. I feel It a d ity t ijll your aiu-ntiun to certain iIihw- u( tliw rHilHuv 'iUHxtion, and to unit vour thoiiL'littiil anil imtrlotir coiiniilotailon tliTHof. It in atari m ir tlian lltiy vi-ara ai." wlii-u tunim BT vanlB olcoiaiiifri anil of the piUilic wnrw wholly unkn mn, unit jr-t eo ruiil anil in irvrloua has hei-n thn prm-rum of tli.-ir roimtruriwn anl le vrliipiiiiMit that a lariw pi-rif nlap l th wealth of the world la invmlnl lu tu-ir w uriti-H, anil thrir pniirra, li-cltlinaii ami onuriinl, oiernhailow nvn the m ijittv of t'ovi-rnnifnl, anil frwpii-iilly u fy ita authority. Il coiiH marri'ly Iw exitfil Unit the ni-w anil uorful ai.-emifa, do raplilly l velojicil, ani...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 January 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20 18S7. 5 Hemorrhages. SS; Noe, or from any cane is speedily con trolled niul stopped, Sores, Ulcers. Wounds, Sprains & Bruises, It is cooling, cleansing and Welnx, Pjjt5Wh I' is mo'd efflcae'om for this UalCtl 1 II disease. Cold in til i lload,o. "Pond's Etlrm-t t atitri li l ure," specially prepared to meet serious eases, should be applied wit-li Pond's Extract Nusul Syringe. Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Ko other preparation ling cured more cases of those distressing complaints than thoExtrwrt. Pond' Extract Plas. tvr is Invaluable in these diseases, Lum bago, l'aitis in Hack or hide, &o. Diphtheria, Sore Throat, Cso the Ext met promptly. IXiliiy is dangerous. FJ lDr a J"d.IlleeVlii5 r H htnss. It l'-fc.5t is tho greatest known remedy ;nip idly curing when other medicines have failod. Pond's Extract Ointment is of groat Mrvlca where tlio reniovul of clolhingU in.couvonle.n-. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipples.?- nsod Tti Kxti-uct will ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 January 1887

AUSTIN WKEKI.Y STATESMAN. IIinDAY, JAXUAUY 20 1$M TIIK LEGISLATURE. Hogular Proceedings of tho Two Houses. Senator Armisteiid tirt-st -riled n petition from tlio c tizeus of Marion cuun'i asking that t hey bo pciiuiited to orgnuizu Cu Operative h tores. Referred. A iiit-.-sago was received from ( lie lion-" announcing t Uc appointment of certain ommittecs. Senator Calhoun presented n rncmor l from the drouth sufforerg requesting nid. Referred. Senator Calhoun moved tlmt a Fpi-cinl committee of five bo appointed to con eider ali petition frotu tlio drouth dis trict. Adopted; ntid Senators Calhoun, Doug lass, of Jeir trson ; Houston, Frank and Stinson wer appointed oil tliocoinmitlec. Senator Hell, for judiciary eominitieo No. H, reported favorably tliu bill to pro liibit bucket (.hops and dualing in fu turtH. benator Terrell, for judiciary No. 1, re ported favorably tho bill authorizing j11 ticcs of the peace to administer oaths; fa vorahly the bill relative to couimniiiti I property...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 January 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 20 1S87. counties, asking for the enactment of a irolf sculp lttw. By Hsint Petition of citizens of Btirle lon couuty, members of Hope and Post Oak alliance, askiu legisla tion regnliitiujj; railroads.pl.icine; convicts within the walls, cnuuulliiisj corpora tions, dealing'm futures, etc. By Fuller Memoiial from commis sioners' court of Young couuty, nskiug relief for drouth sufferers, and another asking relief from taxes for 1SSG. By Baird Petition of citizeus of Brown county remonstrating against the creation of a new county, proposed to be made o it of the counties of B.'owd, Gj manelie, Cnllah.ni and Kustlmid. By Davis Petition of citizens of Falls county for an amendment of the private corporation law. By Lattimer Memorial of cilizans of Wood county to hav hygiene and physiol ogy taught in the free schools. By Huliug Petitions of citizens of Collin cwunty asking for a comprehen sive corporation law. By Jarrott Petition from citizens of...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 20 January 1887

THE MESSAGE. A Ve y Ablo Documor.', Favora bly Commented on Yesterday. A Resolution to AfMlict tho Ilouao Immediiitcly Sat. Down Upon. Troublo in Camp and Several Ap pointments Hanging Firo in Consoqucnco. Tliu governor's iiicihh("i It ioti was hi-nt in yuHtt-rJny ami wliicii U (luljIicheJ iu full thin inorniiiij, whs Hid Huliject ol much fiivorntilu comment yeitti'nliiy, hut Kdverul of hi HUK(?i-Hf iium are K"Ut ' ln" viorouxly opposod in tho lit;;is.lnl'iro. Uov. lto vury properly wiiiil 111 ollUtiul family to Uu in perfect accord with him- Tlarj wax moiiio trouble ill ctimfl Jen tonlay, mid Huvernl iippoiiitmentt lniny lirti. 'Kverything in Hormio now. however, and tho Kovernor to day will nend in n fow more iiiiui'.if. Dr. U.iiuey and the board of iniin.'itferc of !!:. Mind iiihtilnte have been re ap pointed. lion H.irnet Oihlm explains lux ism inticd prudence nt tliu Mlnto oipitol by i 10 Htatoment that ho i-i looking after mill entato inutturi for a number of nun i.nidi.iU, wh...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 January 1887

nrvnvi MAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. THUKSDAY, JANUARY 27 1SS7. NO 10 VOL. XVI. WEE ATES ; . ''' BUSINESS MEN. Merchants and those encased in office work re subject to Dyspepsia, Constipation, a feeling of despondency and restlessness, ail caused ly a dis-rdrtredUverorS-Uinmo.il. Simmons Liver ltegu lator removes these causes lv establishing a good digestion and no iuterfereoca to business wmle taking it. " "Simmons Liver Regulator le a verv valuable remedy for Dyspep sia," Sick Headache, Torpid Liver and such li ;e disease.' W . S. lloi.T, President ol S. V. R. K. Co., of Ua. PILES! now many suffer tortures ;y after day, making lifa a bunion and robbing osiateuce of all pleasure, owing to the secret suffering from Piles. Yet re lief la ready to the Land of almost anyone who will systematically t ike Simmons Liver Regulator. It lias permanently cured thousands. No drastic, Tioleul pure, but a gentle assistant to Nature. ONLY GENlUINK."?fJ Has our Z Stamp in Red on Wrapper. II. ZEILdN . CO., P...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 January 1887

LIVELY LIP SERVICE The Hayseeds in the House Have a Eegular Field Day Yesterday. The Willis Investigation Takes Definite Shape in the form of Chargos. Senatorial Talk, and the State and Federal Machine at work. Other Gossippy Notes. In the houHe yesterday there wits a glo rious opportunity for the hayseeds to sprout. A resolution to allow members to Qbsoriba for a certain nuinoer or news papers, to be paid for out of the publio money, was the meat to chow upon, and it was woll masticated. Mr. Joueii, of l'alo I'into, who might easily be taken for a preacher of the hard shell Baptist porsuusion, be was Heavy ou economy, hard on the newspapers and red hot for reform. He will, before the end Of the session, be known as the Great American Blae Jeans, from Texas, and hU constituent will be posing him for oon gress in '94. TBI PLUM TJ III PLUOIHD. Of coarse the senatorial prize, whioh is at the bottom of the legislative box, and that is to be drawn next Tuesday, is now II the talk, on str...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 January 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 27 188? 3 publish 10 fall every aot passed by the t'9th legislature as soon as practicable after the same has become a law. Buchanan argued that the members coal J not do justice even with twenty copies daily for eaoh. Even 2000 copies wouldn't fco round. He was '"aginst" (sic) the whole business. Itobinsun, of Bexar, was in favor of the proposition. Payne movod to table the resolution and substitute. Lost. Yeas 47; noes 9. Browning liopoj the house would adopt the substitute. The papers did the peo- plo service in fighting political battles for the state. Ha could not see how they could maka money at 3 oents, nor did he know of auy law for distributing them. Iwenty copies daily would not go round so as to reach the reading population. The question was to get the information of the proceedings of the legislature be fore the people through the benefit of the oiroulatiou of the papers. He pre ferred 8 to 20 copies because he wanted as few tuk...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 January 1887

jt I 1 i Continued from First Pace. ruled his ereat trust with commandinK ability aud faillifulliiees. , In bis high place h never forgot that lie was the servant of the people, anil vet, in hid presence of power, ha has len the B.-lf-r-'i-ftiii senator who w , aid not Halter Neptune- finui his trident, or Jove for bin power to thunder. Kled him auain to Hint blch ..lllee, and the lull measure of fidelity In the Ht will iive ample asaurance tor the future. Beuutor Burucy followed, and seconded the uomitiHtion of Ireland an follows: Mr. President-Te la a ulorioil" Mule: the frand-sl in all this union of stales lo properly represent her in the supieuie council ot the ttranil eel empire the world ever an ane "iiiilit to select her truest, i-el and most worthy statesman This alie Ins done in the paai, and I trust she will continue to d eo In the future. I'roud, Indeed, I am to think that In our l.otie Star Hale there ar many tine and n.ihle men from whom to make the election we are now ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 January 1887

of .-; AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 27 1887. r . A TONGUE IN KNOTS I contracted malaria in the swamps of l.r-,iieiana while working fur the telegraiih com pun v. and used every kind of medicine 1 could hear of without reliaf I at last succeeded in breaking thetever.but it il cost me over Sltxl.OO, and then my si stem was ? rostrated aud saturated with malarial poison, and became almost helpless. I flnellycHme here, mv A mouth so filled with sores that 1 could scarcely eat. and my tongue raw annulled witti little Knots. . Various remedies were resorted to without eaeci. I bought two bottles of li. B. 11., and it has curee and strengthened ine. All sores of mv mouth a r healed, and my tongue entirely clear of knots and oreness, and 1 leei like a new man. Jackson, Tenn., April -tl, lbSti. A. F. Bhitton STIF' JOINTS. A MOST T! EM A ItKAHLE CASE Ol'- SCROFULA AK1) RHEUMATISM. l I have a little bov twelve years old whose knees have been drawn almost double, and his joints ar...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 January 1887

WEEKLY STATESMAN. ACS TIN TtiX A- I TKS OK XL lf HI "1'ION. t 100 4.50 5.0 , low 0,1 .norr.li I lirttf - Nrt. . Si t mtn.lt-4 Twelva i&.'lltrn. nlii.. $-i.OU Vi :l II ! vt WKKlvM Mi li lll'ltlt H $0.75 1 ') IMV.HIAKI.Y If UNC. t iree. to a)l put'. "I ' l-nlted Stales and Kmitb didttuD Ac-la. 1 ) money order, pooul n.itK rtvi'ierwl i.nior or e.xprwsa-naiuvle copies seat fret, us aup!.i:-.ion All'I'I'r 1)ih. ontim b: r isi Kmhtion 1THI Tl 1'AIII Ml . . ... S.ncrll,Hr will pie' olHHiri ll date on their vrk'ior(i. uher!l.r llilii a'liueM ' I paper changed irlli statu in tliHlr jiloU-n liotn the "Id and new address. !K. P. A. HIMH' h In rl,r'.; (.1 he city suo irrliUin!'r'ir!itur Tin bTTIN, nd all U apk'nts or notices t t hanc.es i" to him, or Urt at IbU offlrti, will have prompt attention. luiMcrllo-ri who do not receive their paper repi rly, in io nolifv ins office. Carrier by ars not allowed Dsell pajieia. KTATKMaN ITISI.IMI I N't CO. Wm. I'. Oainks, President and Manager Cai.vin ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 January 1887

r I i. AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 27 1887. - I i ' ! - i V ' , I Dyspepsia or Indigestion U tho stomach's protest Bgalawt uiwiiitahlo food, tho excessive use of alcohol or tobuceo, ha.sty eating nd lrinkins, and ail irrational lubits of living; and Ayer's Sarsapurllla is the stomach's biwt friend, relieving it of dis tress, und aiding its return to healthful action. C. Canterbury, lil FninUliu at., Boston, Mass., a confirmed dyspeptic, wm Cured By the obo ef Ayer's Sarstipurilla. lie says. "T Buffered severely from Dyspepsia for several years, I consulted five or sis physicians, wha gave me no relief. At last I was induced to try Ayer's Sursnpn rilla., and by its use I am entirely cured." 0. T. Adams, Spencer, O., says : "I hava for years suffered acutely from Dyspepsia, scarcely taking a meal, until within the last four months, without enduring th most distressing pains of indigestion. AYER'S t Sarsaparilla n. ... Has restored mo to perfect health." Prepared by Dr. ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 27 January 1887

: ' 1" ... ., 1' DRPRrCE'S I SPECIAL I flAVORIM NATURAL FRUIT I ftAVORS MOST PERFECT MADE Cropared with itrict regard to Fnrlty, Rtrenfrtb, and eallhfulncao. Dr. J'rieo'aliaklniE I'owdurconiaius no Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Dr. i'rlrc's Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, etc., fluvor (JeJiciounly. PRICE BAKINQ POWDER CO., Chicago and SU hull. Thk Makkkts. : IMANCIAL & COMMERCIAL Aiihtin, Jarriary '!. The excellent weathnr and dry itreeti nuitlnuefi to aid the city trude, and although mini.) leMrtinnts were n trifle dull, the volume of trndii wan Hallsfai:tory. NKVV YOHIC. Navf Voiik, January 'A"i Mutiny on call easy at A to pMr aMlt closing Ht :i e.r ent. ; mercantile paper il''r inri;eiit ; sterling exchange Hteady and uni'linn'd. bon to:km, ictc. Nkw Yoiik. January i't. Honda cloned at th fiillowln; iirluw hid: Honda. United .shit.. ;ta, wiHtnred United HI alee United State la United static I'aclfic (in (it 1HW1.... Central l'aclll: llrslH, gold lie Tea I'aullc land griuita, reg'e...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 3 February 1887

f ; AUSTIN , ' WEEKLY STATESMAN. j VOL. XVI. ? AUSTIN. TfeXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3 issv. ' " NO12 s! i! If .1 D.YSP E P S I A Iflli OlmrlUilii. of fowl; taKitfhiiro, dis tention of thj etomaih, headache, bad breath, sleeplessness, low a'.,im and general prostration Dyspepsia ie frtqneuilv attended with constipa tion, but sometimes with din rLio. gW . , HOW OORBUl "I suffered iutonsolv with full ptomach. heud uche, etc. A neighbor who bad taken Mmivone Luer negulator told me it was a Burn thing for uiy trouble. The drat dose I took relieved me very much, and in one week's time I was strong anil hearty as ever f was. It is tlie bast medicine lever tk for Dyspepsia." H. G. Crenshaw, Richmond, 'a. ONLY UICNIUMNrf.-'SI! Han our Z Stamp in Kod on Wrapper. J. II. ZEIL1N & CO. Philadelphia, Pa. iOl.fc VROl'I'.IBTOH, TRICE, $1 00 FRANCE. KKC0VER1N0. Paris, February 1, 4 P. M A holler feeling has -. set in on the nourae. Toward the close, .3 pel cent.- rentes recovered eight centimes fr ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 3 February 1887

BLESSEDLY MONOTONOUS, The Senatorial Straggle Still in a Deadlock. Small Hop of a break for Several Days to Come Talk of a Dark Ilorso Among f the Factions. Saturday's Round of Alleged Leg islation Dr. Rutherford's Confirmation as State Iloulth Officer. Twenty ballots have been taken in the senatorial content, and t!ie legislature is an far from n choice a it wss on Tuesday last, or m the first ballot taken in the Joint renaiou eduaday. hnnaior Clai borne's assertion that it costs $1000 a day to run the machine that is frittering away time in a deadlock will be calculated to hum nomethihg of a groan from the free and sovroign vote's and taxpayer, and jet the hackers of each of tiie aspirin patriots swear that the other fellows shall come down first. A OLOOMT OUTLOOK. The managers for Reagan, Ireland and Maxey no concede that an the case standi! at present neither of the three oau possibly got the requisite sixty nine votes. And this fact is already beginning to show in rAHpish talk ...

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