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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 16 June 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 16 1887. 'DEATH TCH HE DEVIL" Dr. Carroll's Deal Against Dram-Drinking. The Dallas Piatt orm in Prohibition Paraphrase. The simple fact that so distinguished a speaker as Rev. Dr. Carrol), who is ac credited with the paternity of prohibition in Texas, was billed to speak at Millett's opera house, was in itself enough to till the house Saturday morning, aud it was full there or thereabouts, as a guessing clerk would say. It was a strong audienoe; the ladies were in the majority to be sure, but there were men. -'at roll call" as well and plenty of them. On the stage with Dr. Carroll were the following named prominent citizens: Col. T. V. Folts, Gen. W. R. Hanby, Judge E. B. Turner, Thad. Thompson, esq., Rev. Junius Wilkins, Dr. A.N. Denton, Judge John C. Townes, of Georgetown; Judge J. B. Rector, John B. Gaff, esq., Dr. 0. E. Fisher, Judge J. E. Thomas, Rev. W.' A. Shaphard, General Hawthorne Rev. A. Grant, Mr. Scarborough, of Waco, and others. ...

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. — 16 June 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. TIIUKSDAY.. JlLs'E 16 MARBLE FALLS CITY. For many year past, on different oc casions, the attention of the poblio has been directed to the extensive deposits of splendid stone and to the varied mineral resources of Burnet, Llano and Sn Saba counties, not the least among the many natural attractions of that suction ot country being the beautiful Marble Falls, on the Colorado river, in Burnet county The opening of the large quarries, from which has been secared the granite ror our new state house, and the advent into that couutry of numerous pros pect ing parties with and without capital, but composed of intelligent men from the older states, have at last given a tremen dous impetus to the development of thU immediate section, and Thk Statesman believes that at a very early day there will be disooveries made in the mineral re sources of these counties that will be truly astonishing. These resources have been hidden, and, consequently, undeveloped, but the ligh...

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. — 16 June 1887

1 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 1(5 1SS1 T HOPES AHEAD. The Student's Dream Brought to a Fruitful Waking. Commencement Day Has Dawned and the Possibilities of the World are Opened. Whoever has gone through the coarse of student life, may his course have been wide or narrow, has not looked forward to the finish with eye of longing, and planned for himself a course to pursue iu the years that were thereafter? No mat ter whether snccesa has glinted with bright ray, or failure has rested its sombre crown upen plans and hopes and efforts 8 pent, there are none of us who do hail the day of com me.ioement with a quickened pulse. It means the vergence into life, and every old goose on the mill pond pyinpat hetioally spraddles his web foot wheu the young brood of goslings make their first effort at paddliag for themselves. 'Co-day closes the work of a year at the University, a jd strong young beans will grow stronger with the thought that they are heuce to throb and beat against th...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 16 June 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. TIIUHSDAY. JLs'E IG lST SANDWICH ISLANDS. A TRAVELER'S NOTES WHILE THE HAWAIIAN GROUP. IN NO FEE ' ESTABLISHED I8SI i 811 UNTIL BETTER. I St. Louis, Mo. lotusi si. The Regular Old-EstaDiisnea PHYSICIAN AND SURCECN li still Treating with the Greatest SKILL and SUCCESS Vil liflim who by their own ct of lUUliUirti.ll la nprudenceor 1 oily suffer from Nervous Debility, Lihauiting Irau.i upon the Fountains of Life, affecting Mind, Body and Manhood, should consult the Celebrated DR. CLARKE at once. Remember! Nervouidi.ea.es (with or without dream.tor debility and loss of nerve power treated scientifically by new methods with never.failing success. wno now nnn tne pen- MIDDLE-AGED MEN OLD MEN alti'-. following tiieir Transgressions, fndikcreiiomorOver Brain Work, may consult with ihe aiturance of SpeeHy Relief and a Permanent Cure.ifwithinreach of Human Skill. who sutler Imm we.lKriese. win miu immediate Relief and Comfort, and in -The terrible poisons of Syphilis ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 16 June 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 16 1SST. 7 BLOOD POISON. Three years ago I contracted a blood poieon. I aDDlled to a physician at once and hie treatmetit came near killing me I employed an old phvsl cian and then went to Ky. I then went to Hot Springs and rema'ncd two months, hut nothing seemed to cure me permanently, although tem porary relief was given me. My condition grew desperate and I applied to a noted quack, but I did not improve. 1 then nsed a preparation which waa prescribed "itratie,1- but it contained too much alcohol and ageravsU-d my sufferings. I then placed myself under the treatment of a noted Nashville physician and for a time was benefited, but by fll I returned home a ruined man phreically and financially, with hut little prospects of ever getting well. My money being exhausted, I did not know what to do. In May. 1885, my mother persuaded me to get a buttle of B. B. B. (made in Atlanta) and 1 did so to gratify her, but to my utter astonishment 1 had not ...

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. — 16 June 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 16 I SSL Orrion D.ULV iNu Wekki.t Status, I Austin. J une 1 1 ( Trade, of coirw, cunnnt he churanterlzfd other than dull, It bWog almost In tin mldt of the ti:n mer eeaeon. The gem-rnl tun of truflic and hi:el ne, however, la better than liwt year at thl aea- FIN AN CIA Li. Silver coin HH3lli.I. ii )Hn Mexican halve Neilrinj (juiu u-r Nt?w Yrrk etchmiirw, banlwera New Oi It-inn exchange. ... Oal- rtun ex'.lmnve Honn'oo mc'isiii- Bt Loul exchaue . ... Money. par i n .r. t r .. pre New Ymti;, June II Money on call easy at aaii i iwr wot.: ant loan at4Der cent.: cicwen offered at:) uer cunt; prime mercantile mnr, .V.j" uer c;nt.: utrung PxrnnngH aim ai si.n'i it sixty day bllfa, and M fur demand. DIllTIHII CONSULS. LtiMJi!i, J'ine II Console rl'wed at 101 for money; silver, lii'.d Bonds and Stocks. St w Youk. June 1 1 Bonds and stock closed nt the f .1 mm..' i.rt(.e oiiv mix. Uolttt ; tuu-a 4 Mi 1,'ntteti Stales 4a tnlted States Pvillc tta of in'...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 23 June 1887

WEEKLY nn 'ATE VOL- XVI. AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE 23 18S7. NO 31 AXJSTI 8MAN 8 a. 8 THE JUBILEE. A Brilliant and Titled Audience of Kings and Princes in West minster Abbey. An Imposing Procession, Including England's Queen and the Royal ' Family. j London, Jane 21. The first day ot the fifty-first year of the reign of Queen Victoria over Great Britain opened with perfect summer weather in London. Thousands of people who yesterday selected locations along the route of to-day's procession, in order to retain them, occupied them all night. At 9 o'clock the line of route was on each side a compact mass of people. The scene at Westminister Abbey was most brilliant. Every seat was filled aud every person present wap a distinguished person. When the identities were enumerated, it seemed as if every locality, the world over, had sent one or more of its representative personages to do honor to England's queen on Britain's greatest holiday. There never, probably, in modern times, assembl...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 23 June 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, JUiE 23 1887. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. XATKS OF SUBSGltlJ'TIOJi. Oa.t Ibulill lirw mo.ithp.. BtX tAuillll" fxfivt .n n'ht. 2.50 :.eo 1U.O0 ..un.w n.M Tuelve ruuuttn . W2KKLY. yix .u intuj Twelve monii' iiut.v tl A HVA NC'K. $0.75 1 -i rVtge fr.w to til part, ot the United SUtee and Cannula u.mit hv ,, in AiinUn. P. O. money order, p ictti nolo. rfvnurd letter or x; reus Sample , J(I1M ir .... M L FaI'IR" OlItrONTINUID AT TUB ftAriiiAiixn Ot rn Ti Paid ro. Mib-criber will pleaee observe the date on their wrappvr. BnoBcrlbor wishing addreee of paper changed will itate lo their Application both the ld and new addnM. Hit. F. A. SCOTT la In charge ot he city sun- crlutlon dcr-p-tirent of Tn IStatikak, ana au eo opla'nta of notice of chann-8 given to him, or Ian at tnis omen, wiu uo - u..k...iw.r. hiin nntriMwlve their paper regu- i.. i. .ra uimM to notify the office. Hub- criliera aro warned not to pay their subscription except upon presentation ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 23 June 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, JUNE 23 1887. 3 I'LOSE OF THE Sim "Wind Up of the University Work for the Year. Enteresting and Entertaining Ex ercises at the Opera House Wednesday. It was a fashionable and brilliant audi ence that wag gathered at the opera house Wednesday to witness the commencement exercises of the University of Texas. On the stage were Governor Rosa, Chief Jus tioe Willie, the members of the board of regents, Hon. 0. H. Cooper, the members of the faculty, Rev. Dr. Smoot and the speakers for the day. The exercises were opened with an im pressive prayer, by Dr. Smoot, and after musio, Dr. Waggener introduced Mr.Andrew Lee Jackson, representative of the Uni versity, who delivered a strong oration, taking for his theme, '"Public Opinion." Mr. Jackson spoke well and his address was received with marked favor, as was evidenced by tho applause accorded to it. Mr. Lobel Alva Carlton, repre sentative of the academic department, spoke next and handled his subjeot,"Com p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 23 June 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 23 1887. I i i i . - " ' ' ' I " ' SOMETHING MUST Bi DONE The Flatonia train robbery has a sig nificance that cannot be ignored. AH the circumstances, including the number and the personal appearance of the robbers, their manner of operation and the close connection in time with the McNeill and the Port Worth robberies, point to but one conclusion. There is not much doubt that it is the same gang that perpetrated all these robberies and also that on one of the Vanhaudle roads leading cut of Fort Worth many months ago. The McNeill and Flatonia robberies are very similar: the number of the robbers wiis about the game; in both cases the ra-.k and file of the bandits are represented as apparently green hands at tha busi ness, and the leader as an old hand at it, being in each case described as a tall man. Again, tha thugs were mounted, and hitched their horses out iu the bushes at both places. If it is the sauio gang, it is not to be expected they...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 23 June 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 23 1SS7. a .Am GOVERNMENTAL What is Going on in the State Do Departments. An Epitome of What Learned at the Capitol Yesterday. Was The comptroller yesterday made the following ruling: Section 2a, acts of 1S85, provides tho manner ia whiuh the shares of national banks Bhall be taxed, and also provides the manner in which such shares shall be rendered for taxation. This seotion is in strict conformity to the aots of congress granting to states the right to tax said shares, and an assess ment of said shares made otherwise than is provided in said seotion is not a valid and legal assessment. Ssot.ion 5 21!), revised sUtutes of the United States, after granting to states the right to tax said shares, expressly provides that "the legislature of each state may determine and direct the manner and place of taxing all the shares of national banking associations located within tho state," In pursuance of this express authority by congress, the legislatur...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 23 June 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 23 1837. z - I I MIME; NO FEE ' ESTABLISHED 1851 j 811 UNTIL B?TUR. f St. Louis, Mo. ' LOCUST ST. The Regular Old-Established I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Is illll Treating with the Greatest ma and snwrcss IA1 V V Vrilllir?lini who by their own acts o? ALAS I Ala for all h'sh lwpes and nil desires! Like Iravs iu yellow autumn time they fill. Alas for prayers and rumltns, a:i.l low's pure fin's, Oue ailet.ee and one darkuesa ends them nil. Alas for oj! mankind sad, fleet in-? raw: Alas, my l-jvo, for you aad m clis! Some day death holds us In a close embrace; We, too, Jikf ail the rust, from earth must pass. Alan! to think we shall forget some hours Whereof the memory like love's plain t glows Forget them, on the year her withered flowers Forget them, as the sun forgets the rose. WHAT KILLS AMERICANS. Our keenest rapture, our most deep despair. Our hopes, our dreads, our laughter and our tears. Shall be no mor" at all upon the air- No more at all th...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 23 June 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 23 7 BLOOD POISON. Three year ago I contracted a blood poison. I .nnlied to a physician at once and hia treatment came near killing me I employed an old pbyal rln and then went to hy. I then went to Hot Snrincs and rema'ned two months, but nothing eemed to core me permanently, although tem porary relief was given me. My condition grew SesDerate and I applied to a noted quae'-, but I did not improve. I then need a preparation which was prescribed "gratis," but it contained too much alcohol and aggravated my sufferings. I then placed myeelf under the treatment of a noted Nashville physician and for a time was benefited, bnt by full I returned home a ruined man phvsically and financially, with hut little prospects of ever getting well. My money l eiae exhausted, I did not know what to do. In May. 1885, my mother persuaded me to get a bottle of B. B. B. (made in Atlanta) and I (lid so to gratify her, but to my utter astonishment I had not finished...

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. — 23 June 1887

I AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUi?E 23 Financial and CommercinJ. Ornci Dn.r akd Wisklt Stvtcha. Aostim. June :il I The general tone of trade la qalet. There Is a lull la the wholesale dry goods and xrncery traffic, at It Is a bealthr pause between seasons, and the coming tall business fa looked forward tn with hopefulness. In western produce there Is not much doing. In (.Tain there has been fair busl' nose arcnnipliihed during the past week. In building material, lime, cement, etc., the acmarid has litti animation. The city traffic Is about as good as conld he exacted for the season. Wool la nearly nominal FIN AW CIAL. Oliver coin Mexican dollars Mexican halve Mexican quarters New York exchange, MinK New Orleans eiciianire.... Oalveetoa exchimie Rnnstin eirnsnM til Louis exchange ( -i I r pre .A, : tf h t.r . pre ' Money. Nw Yohk, June tfl. Money on call eaey a' 4&7 per cent. ; clonal offered at 'i per cent; crime mercantile paper, V'( pr cent.: sterling ex. liam."" dull,...

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. — 30 June 1887

KLY TATE VOL- XVI. AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE 30 1SS7. NO 32 AUSTIN WEE SMAN. K.r a CASTROVILLE. henff- Thumm Indicted, But the Uusuai Legal Hocus-Pocus is Resorted to. The New Management of the Marshall, Paris & North western Railway. Special Telegram to tUo Statesman. San Antonio, June 28. To-day at noon the grand jury of Medina county brought in an indictment ngaiust Sheriff F. Thumm, charging him with murder in the first degree, for killing J. W. Hildebrand, the young San Antonio real estate dealer and lawyer who met with such a horrible and tragic death at Castroville last week. As the case cannot be for mally tried upon its merits uutil the Sep tember term of the district oourt, a mo tion for a habeas corpus hearing has been made before Judge Tom Paschal, for the purpose of scouring bail if possible, which will no doubt be . heard without delay. In the meantime the sheriff is iu the custody of Constable Galbraith. It is aiso surmised that in September Judge Paschal woul...

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. — 30 June 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 30 tSS7. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. SATKSOH 8UHSCKIFTION. DAU.T. f l.on 9.V) :.00 10.00 . i'.'.Ob . l.on Ob month Itree months.. Six months rwalve month.. Pelve months.. Hli moni it UNUAT OAttt 0.75 1 i y)X iionths Twelve mont!..... aVwIV;," ' Pounce free to .11 part of the United State, and Cansda Ram it hv nraft on Austin, P. money order, --,.1 ni.tp. rt-irieu-red letter ot ox; sample fjoles sent true od application. AIL PiPKIW DlHCOHTINl'ID AT TH1 KXnBATIO 'X$&'Sn. the., wrappers. Sobecrllwra wlehlnit addree. of paper chained will atate In their application both the eld and new Id trees. n f. A. SCOTT le In charife of be city on- Krtpuonde'trr-entof Thb atehkah, ano a.. L7.i nt(ri f changes (riven to him, or , h4V. uromi,t. attention. "V" a.. ,.. r.tve their naper reen' crlTi-ra aro warred not to pay their eubfcrlptlon In. .n JrJwnUtlon of a properly rece pted Ml iron this office. Carrier boys ere no.auoweu ell paper. TATBSMAN FUBL...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 30 June 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 30tS8Y. 3 ST. MARY'S- Account in' Pull of the Closing Exercises of the Institu- tion. Distribution of Medals and Award ing of Honors The Pro gramme in Detail. The session of this flourishing aoademy closed last week, and the oustomary school "exhibition" so fat as relates to the junior class and-the little 'minims" took place last evening. The exercises were highly interesting and novel, and were witnessed and enjoyed by a very large and appreciative audience, who testified their interest by close attention and fre quent applause. To discriminate where all were meritorious would be unjust. The little ones acquitted themselves ored itably all through, and received their hard earned and long anticipated "prizes" and tokens of merit with beooming grace and modesty. Muoh credit is due the faithful and indefatigable sisters tor the pains they have taken in the intellectual and moral training of the little ones, and their profioiency amply testifies...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 30 June 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 30 18S7. it .'. 1 '' : j: ill h 'i r I ii ft i j ! ! JIOOD S BRIGADE. The addresses of Governor Rosi, Hon. J. D. 8ayers, Congressman Martin, ex Governor Lubbock, at the Hood's Brigade reunion Monday, were not only valuable as displays of eloquence, but also histor ical effusions. The history of Hoods brigade, as sketched by Major Sayersi stands out on the canvass as a picture, at once startling, terrible, grand. At Gaines' Farm one of the great contests the brigade was the first to break the enemy's line, exhibiting a bravery unsurpassed in any of the con flicts of history. The description of the part taken by the brigade at the great Battle of Gettysburg, where the Texans led the assault on Cemetery Itidge one of the most desperate charges of the war was ably sketched, and attention drawn to the fearful losses, the terrible carnage of that rnost bloody engagement. Again, Major Bayers presented a thrilling portraiture of the Texans at the Wild...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 30 June 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 301SS7. fellow. The ties which spring from a common danger, and which are stremjtlieneil and cemented by close companionship in privation and suffering, are too strong to be easily sundered, and to 1 sa cred to bee soon forgotten. Thay are as enduring astbeheavenj themselves, and they proudly d?fy time, distance, and every circumetani e of life. Yes, survivors uf Hood's brigade, those who fell In the prime of their maahood's strength, at El tham's landing, or at the Seven Pines, or at Gaines' Farm, or on Malvern Kill, or by Freeman's Ford, or at Manassas, or on Cbickamaua's height, or at Uett slmr, or at Sharpsburg, and those whose souls weut out amid the exoiring ag onies of the C jnfed-racy in the deep gloom of the Wilderness thoutfh ihy have long since fallen are with you to-day. In truth Their faceB do look upon yon, Their forns go trooping past. Aud those battle flags of yours, I do not see them to-day. Where' are they? If they be at the ...

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. — 30 June 1887

THURSDAY. JUNE 30 iS37. ran Mi( iy i hi in Li NO FEE UNTIL BETTER. VAI luPiiru w,i bv ,neir wn acts ' lUUriuMtri ImnradencoorFollv ESTABLISHED 1861 I 811 St. LOUIS, MO. t LOCUST ST. The Regular Old-Established PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Is still Treating with the Greatest SKILL and SUCCESS tuffer from Nervous Debility, kxliau'ting llrjim upon the Fountain! of Life, aflrcting Mind, Body and Manhood, should commit the Celebrated DK. CLARKE at once. Remember) Nervous diseases (with or without dreami) or debility and lo of nerve power treated scientifically by new methods with never-failing success. MIDDLE-AGED MEN atShe n Transgressions, lndikcrriionsorOver Brain Work, may consult with the assurance of Speeily Relief and a Permanent Cure, if within reach of Human Skill, ill ft ATM ho suffer (mm weaknesses will find ULU lYlLtl Immediate Relief and Comfort, and in many cues a permanent cure. 44-The terrible poisons of Syphilis and all baa blood and skin diseases, completely eradicated with, o...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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