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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 September 1887

JUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. AUGUST 22 (887. 5 UWCEOWNED HEEOES. A Magazine Article by Austin's Erilhant Scholar. The following beautiful prose composition was swarded the medal ( ffi rrd by tbe tfnlvereitv of Virginia to tbe bett nriBinal production written for tbe"Univesity MnpnzW'noriDe the col- legevear lSTT-'tB. It waa wtitten by Mr.Dudley ii. WooteD of Auetin ard a most highly complimei.ted at Ibe tiin; and einte then has been widely reproduced notably by the utbern Qnarterly Review of llaitimore. It ia a rare production ai d bi hI f r its ov. n merits. We are indebted to 11 r. Wovtt'n lor allowing us to repuoiieu u. j Why is it that poetry adventure and a nameless roinaiice cluster bo profusely aroundeveryihiogSpauis'u? Why is it that the footBteps of Castile's passionate and sombre children in all cliints and through all history liava ltd so universally to scenes of pleasant fancy and imaginative brilliancy ? In siite of the dark and for- bidding outlines of the Spaniar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 September 1887

mm MfUKiTS! C YTRALiA II INVALUABLE rOH BOOTS BT7NBUBNS DIAEBHfEA CHAJ DIGS STINGS OF INSECTS. PILES 80E EfES SORE FEET THE WONDER OF HEALING! For Pile Blind nieedln or Itch tiff. It U the greateat known remedy. For Burn Kcaldft. Wound nrulxru )nd Mpralnit It Is unequalled atopping pale and healing In a raarvelloua manner. For Inflamed and Kore Eye. iu effect apon theae delicate organa la aiuiply marvellous. It In the Ladlr' Frlend.-AU femaJ omplainU yield to lta wondroue power. For Ulcer Old fcore or Open Wound Toothache I nrenehe llltes ot Insect Nore Feet its action upon tlieae la moat remarkable. RECOMMENDED ItT lIIYSIClAtI8t VSEB IN HOSPITALS! Catition.-rOND'S EXTRACT hat been imU fated. The genuine hat the wordi "PONIra EXTRACT" blown in Vie gloii and our picture trade-mark on turrmniing bvf wrapper. None ether it genuine. Alwayi intiit on having POND'S EXTRACT. Take no other preparation. It it never told in bulk or by meaiure. IX IB UNSAFE TO US ANT PItEPABATIOS except the Ge...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 September 1887

JLUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 22 (8S7. Misery After Eating; Is avoided by dyspeptics who guided by the recorded experience of thousands begin and systematically pursue a course of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Persistence in the use of this pure and highly accredited stomachic is the sole and agreeable condition of the entire remoTal of the obstinate forms of dyspepsia no less than a temporary lit of indigestion. In connection with the use of this speuilic it is desirable to avoid articles of food which in- dividual experience has shown to be ditlicult of digestion by the stomach sought to he benelitted. Each dyspeptic's past observ- ation of his digestive capacity should enable him to be his own guide and mentor in this particular not trusting to anv set of dietetic rules too general to be suited to particular cases. Hiliousness and constipation heart- burn wind upon the stomach sour eructa- tions headache and mental despondency are among the concoqiitauts of dyspepsia ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 September 1887

8 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 22 1887. J; (if '1 I fuui. weioTt PURE (DBEAM tiosr PERFECT Its superior excellence proven in millions of homes for more than a quarter of a century. It Is used by the United Mates Government. Jindorsed by the heads of the Great L'nivernlties an the Wrongest Purest and most Healthful. lr. trice's the only (taking Powder that does not contain Ammonia l.lme or Alum now only in lans I'ltlt'E BAKING I'OWDKR CO NEW YOHK CIIICAUC MEXICO. A Perfect Mania for Dueling Has Broken Out Over the Lopez Aflair Meeting of Generals Naranjo and Pradillo To-day Accident on a British Iron-clad. Uitt ok Mexico September 20. Great publio interest is felt in the duel an iioanced for to-morrow between General Naranjo and Oeneral Pradillo governor of the palace. The report was current to- day at the clubs that the duel was to be to riu fluntk A ltil l A II 1 j .nrnattsis is on the tapis according to reports anu a lew nights since a duel with swords between two ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 September 1887

WEEKLY AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 29 1887. AOL- XVI. NO 45 AD STIN ATESMAN U A MATAGORDA. Battle Between "Whites and Ne- groes on Caney and Many Wounded. Tho Houston Military Detained by Accident-r-History of the Trouble. Special Talfigrara to the Statesman. HoosTONSertttni6r 2(5. F. A. Keichardt received a telegram this morning from Governor Koas .ordorina him to take the Light Guard to Colombia at ouoe nnd re4 port to the sheriff of Brazoria. The or- dering out of this companyis caused by trouble between the blacks and whites in the northeast part of Matagorda county about thirty miles west of Columbia. The trouble originated as follow: A negro coD6table r.amed Jerry Me.senan undertook to arrest a white man named Nnekola for refusing to work the road. Nuckoli excused himself for a few minutes to get ready to acoompany the officer and when he reappeared it wag with a double-barreled shotgun which Nuckols is snpponed to have uaed with fatal effoct oa the negro. At any rate th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. SEPTEMBER THURSDAY. 29 1887. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN ir.JAS. RATVM OF 8UBSCIUPTIOS. Ji-i moatn t Three months B'.I months twelve months MITNI1AT DAILY 2.W I. Ml 10.00 re.'v months tJ5 U monl "is 1.U0 WEEKLY. ..ITLi.intllR.. tO. 75 Twelvemonths 1-2? mVAlMAUI.T IN ADVANCE. Postage free to all uarU of the United State and Cso.j Humlt bv aralt on Austin. P. O. money order postal note registered letter or ei-rees Bamjile tuples sent titie on application. &ll Paters Discontinued at the Exmbation Of the Time Paid for. Bnbscribera will please observe the data on their Tappers. Subscribers wishing address of paper changed will state In their application both the eld and new address. jlK. V. A. SClTT Is In charge ot be city sno- ecrlptlon de-tnentof Ta Btatkshan and all ooaplalnti or notice ef changes (lven to him or left at this office will have prompt attention. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regu- larly are requested to notify the office. Sub- scri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN T1TURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 29 13S7. i v . ! i fa' i- Id t f I : JWE JOURNEY. n The Programme for the Presi- t ; dent's Western Trip Com- 4 pletely Mapped Out. The Cities at Which the Party I Will Stop When and ' How Long. Washington September 22. The pres- .dent and Mrs. Cleveland will leave Wash- 's mgton next week Friday for an absence of three weeks in the west and they will ' be aocompanied by no officials the other members of the party being the presi- dent's private seoretary Colonel Lamont ' aud two personal friends of the president t W. 8. Bissell of Buffalo his former law y partner and Dr. J. D. Bryant of New I Vork who was a member of his military staff while governor. Following is the itinerary of the jour- t uey: Leave Washington by the Pennsylvania road Friday September 30 at 10 a. m. Arrive at Indianapolis Saturday Octo- i ber 1 11' a. m.; leave at 3 p. m. Arrive at Terre Haute 5:30 p. m.; leave .: ut 6:15 p. m. j Arrive at St. Louis Saturday October ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 September 1887

3' -. I 1 t AVtljy TTEEELT gTATEgflAS. gEPTUKSEg TET2?DAY 15?7. 1; i.! t H Xjhuc mmi(iuij' iiat (.vb vb tt' Jt.. Wb ttur UiMUtUf WIW tuj'- brow buC auwuii'M tist bt 1W fc u" " tliif !. fit -uc 'u rpar-er tu ffi'ifi.v iiva. o"-it-f wwi'; tit o tu vf mw.t iwj.-c Ittbtet V In pt-;t.OJ-i. lii.-. W.U'X: it tut B-uivf trf trvl.o: K . jc nt -v litr'. feliC f.O Over UV. oott WJ.iiUjr V hfttt iVjftir .".--: irtl- bitvil'- intM v4 Ki ilaL' iuMen Ot ttuf oi'! tu vf.ei.ti'; tiV uuo.t.a. diW. Jtr UUUBfft .i.l.C'f tut li- ibUC i Utf.VUll:J : b lUfcllilf ilvrVUtU-ltii'. It ItiytiUy MMrtK.'C OMit V 1-r iit-tt l"-t.U'e tititi Ut iiOV t UKyUiXli Hi C tfjfm'.tj tviW-JrC bO0Oa.t Vv l Mt".'r1 buC t-yifii Jit jt tttvtviig'U'y wniwti! Witt It Olifc'tKTT to W''t WW'S-2 U kuvmt 1 jlJACt.ti. UHflli tmrl Uf t tUft-JOT VT US' ttlUUt of It. buC lit jt. ftou. tut vnV'itt pvrsjiiot. -tit -t - VtU' iUbt 01. Sut br Sv HOW UiUft vf it m iwtifc! iv vf t -'. ui .s-t' j&t (Mti!tK MKutuijr r:uit snub tut t bot (tisv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 September 1887

i AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 29 1887. ft t GOVERNMENTAL What is Going on in the State Do partments. An Eptom ot What Was Learned at th Capitol From Friday's Dally. Further information to the governor from Callahan county is that the call for rangers to be sent there is for the purpose of protecting witnesses in an old case of murder resulting from mob violence some years ago in that county. One of the in' dieted parties having returned to stand his trial it is apprehended that the wit nesses agiinst him may be intimidated or killed to prevent their testifying. The new assessment rolls of Red River oonnty show $295088 increased taxable values. Friends of Hon. 0. H. Cooper state su perintendent of instruction are urging his appointment to the professorship of anoient languages In the State university made vaoant by the resignation of Dr Humphreys. They consider it would be a popular selection independent of his qualifications for the position. The re gents are to mee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 September 1887

ATTSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 29 (881 b : . r 1 A BIT OP BLUE. CIRCUMSTANTIAL. EVIDENCE. 9. ''"'''''JrJ 1 ftKKSEfffi-'iKiV-i INVALUABLE FOB BUBNS BTOBTOK3 DIARRHfEA CHA 1508 BTxTfGS OF INSECTS. PILES S0B EiXS SOKE FEET THE WONDER OF HEALING 1 For Pile Blind Bleedlnir or Itch. HIT It ta the greatest known remedy. For nurtiH HeM. Wiind. Bniliwe Jnd Snralnn it i une-inalled-etopVIng P'n mi Dealing la a marvelloun manner. For Innamed and Sore K-r.-ItM Spon Uiese delicate organs is simply marvellous. It U the radii'' Frlrnd.-All femart tomplalnU yield to its wondrous power. For I'lori. Old Korrs or Open WoundH Toothache I-areiieho Bites of limectH hore Feet 1U action upon these Is most remarkable. RECOmiESDEIi ItT MTSICIANSt VSKB IX HOSPITALS! Caution.-rONDS EXTRACT Med. The gmumt hat the vionU "JWV0"3 EXTRACT' blown in the flat; and our picture trade-mark on turrounding bug wajiprr.Nme ctAer it fnuine. Always intitt on having rOA D a HXTRA CT. Takt no other prrparation. It ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 29 18S7. f ! 1 in. XemoTlng a Serious Obstruction Gently. J Dynamite and giant powder might answer admirably to remove obstructions flora Hell Gate in East Eiver New York but explosive measures in medication are ever attended with disastrous consequences. For instance the bowels cannot be violently drenched with safety nor is there the slightest neces- sltv for so doing." On the contrary it Is most nowise. None but the purblind adherents of antiquated theories in medicine advise or sanction such a course. To weaken the in- testines the effect of drastic purgation is to compromise the health of the entire system. With Hostetter's Stomach Bitters on the other hand the bowels are relaxed not by a convulsion of nature approximating to an eruption of Mt. Popocatepetl but gradually beneficially without wrenching or dreneh- ine. The liver and stomach as well as the bowels are toned and benefited by it. The Foremost Standard Cotton Gin of the wor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 September 1887

JUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 29 (8S7. 8 U ! !il ill PURE nRraiis IFiiilli Cure Fairly Beaten. Umci Dn.r axd Wxeklt Sttsxa..- i ArsTW September 27. ' Business is lookinz up tonwwhat thoceb its volume scarcely equais this time la t year. Whole sale dealen report tut situation Improved while retail dealer are doing d-clderfl better than s week an". FIN A A CJAii. Itatunerlor xnelinc proven In millions of hornet for mre than a qtirp.r of a oniury. Jt I nted by the 1'nl'ed rtti'es OoverBrnen'. Kndorsed by the heads of the Ores' CniverHplea aft the Strongest I'u rent and most Healthful. Ir. rrlce't the only linking I'owrter that does n'it contain Ammonia Lime or Alum. Sold only In Cms HItICK BAKIN'J POWDKK CO KXW VohK. OFF THE RAILS A Wreck in Tonnesseo in Which Thirty Persons are In- jured But None Killed A Miraculous Escape Particulars of the Accidont. Chaplain nail Writes the Follow ing Remarkable Letter. From the Albany N. Y Kxprea. For many year my wif j had been the vic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 October 1887

AXJ EKLY nn ATES AOL. XVI. AUSTIN TEXAS. niURSDAY. OOTOBEU 6 18S7. NO 46 STJLN WE MAN A ST. LOUIS. I The President's Speech Brilliant Exception at Which Mrs. Cleveland Appears. The President and Mrs Cleveland Spectators of the Veiled Prophet Pageant. The Lady of the White House Bril- . liant With Diamonds at the Ball. 4 fip T.tma Intnka !l TTntil tkl. mnm. wuvuvt... VI VV.. Villa U.W.M ing the president has been the guest of Mayor Franoi? tot to-day and to-morrow he belongs to the people. Fairer weather could Lot be asked. The Bkies are okt;-. and tlio gentle north winds are sufficiently cool l-j make light overcoats conifer able. The streetB cleaned by a.ft nig lit's shower are free from dust and every where nlong the line of the presi- dout'n ridu to the fair grounds the side- walks aie crowded to their utmost capac- ity. The president's carriage drawn by I four richly ciptinsoued high stepping ? black horses and followed by I five other carriages provided for 7 his travelling com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 October 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 6 1887. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN it IAS. HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. .... 1.00 UtAICODU j Three months ;'qq tlx months 10'qq twelve months '"' BUN DAT DAU.1 Twelvemonths...- - 'r)) U n.oDl'M..- ; WEEKLY. tx montns ...... m.mtVlM . PoeUxe lr6e to aU putt of the United Mates "d Hmlt by draft on Austin P. O. money order p-ietal note registered letter or express Sample ropiea sent ire on appucauou. iu Paj-eh Discontinued at th ii-ikatioh UI TM . Jim rAiu . Subscribers will pleaee observe the date on their "tappers. Bubecrlliere wlsbintr address of paper chanired will state In their application both the old and new address. . rfcurre of he Citv BUD- rrrliitlon desstme nt of The brATBttiiAK aid all joapla'nt or notice of changes Riven to him or left at this office will have prompt attention. Subscribers wno ao noi receive unit iinsr regu- larly are requested to notify the office hub- crlbers are warned not to pay their subscription except npon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 October 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 6 1887. I L EN ROUTE. Curious Multitudes Collected to See Cleveland Incidents Along the Route. The President's Speech at Indian- apolis Where He Receives an Ovation. Pittsbcbo Pa. October 1. When the presiden- tial train reached Altoona last evening at dusk the president encountered a novel welcome. A crowd of over two thousand was awaiting the ar- rival of the train. As the train pulled into the de- Sot every veice screeched a hoarse welcome and i five seconds the crowd became a swaying push- ing mob utterley regardless of the authorities. One wild eyed enthusiastic man climbed over the railings of the platform with a "How are you Mr. President?" grasped the band of the president and then turning emitted the call for three cheers from the already hoarse throats of those who followed. The president stepped down to the station plat- form and an attempt was made to pass the multi- tude before him to give an opportunity for hand- shaking but d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 October 1887

ittqttv WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 6 IS TEE OHHHA JksTLVM LOCATE The Orphan Asylcm commissioners j have run around over the state tntt in j Austin and rendered their decision wnich is that the asylum be located at Corsicana. ; Tus well the play is pleyed o- t0T about forty day these gentlemen werr ; on the wing flying around Texas view ing towns and interviewin itns thereof all at the citi- per day apiece and -actual ana peases." Their per diem in that t.me wold amouLt to . and puttirg their 'act-ad and necessary expenses" at the lowest figure of f a day. the whole ex- of he r-cited State not the badge pense to the state for this traveling com- ; aiTZie under those ideas of anarchy mission is the neat lam of fl.O-J. TtiV tia. otier f0reij;:er are struggling to iu- is no money for the great state of Texas ; cpon onr f here. To tai s latter to spend but when it is considered tow bnt when it is considered how mcnificent is the gift the state made tne orphan 8sy!cm. it vri'J be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 October 1887

. nam;." . . : . AUSTIN WEEKLY STAltjSMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 6 1887. . ; o t Wait for Nothing ! Better invest in WORLD'S ONLY BI At Austin FRIDAY Will also Exhibit st Belton Wednesday October Saturday "How to Decide the Ask the agent of tiie I. & G. N. Railroad at Austin tnatlt requires S3 donbleeiz d cars to transport com '6 In .Ncimber is moved on 23 cars. This SELLS BROTHERS' Great S-Kis Circus-Classic Roman lllpprod'ome-Acndeniy ot Art-Five Contlnnt Mensgerk- Inoian Village and .Museum and Urand Firemen's Tournament Gloriously United with Pawnee Bill's okhVi'Sai. fc!S'&V'H iftH'it mty&maxb r(H5'Sr? v - tit IvMcMHi BIG BRILLIANT AND BEWILDERING IN EVERY DEPARTMENT I 80Xfl AAA Lavishly expended in Radiantly Perfecting this Towering Phenomenal Conibi- il)l'UUV nation for the Present Tour! 60 Minutes ot Circus with 30 Minutes of Gladiatorial 30 Minutes of Hippodrome 30 Minutes of Wild West 30 Minutes for the Museum 30 Minutes for the Menagerie 3 1 -2 Hours of Dazzling l-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 October 1887

kTSTTS WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 6 it ' " ' " " : . . . - r ' - JkEA:j. GOSSIP. TH Daily E Statesman IabA;.:a ti moot? for Ka y C LX-dTV tjtt ":. is tie ciTLrTjJ ItAZ-st Las T-.ai- Jart -:--t r t L.?m tA Austin ! tTV. " - I- S--tt- - -tt 7-aT : ir-i- ai-! rfl ;i. . - . sarder s: fs:s i Tots rta -iicr. & e tnc-m. isr;si ?LZ?-r . . -t;a--. t-.at-.. diL4---rr-! Tt Cs:-- oisa tar r-yi . ZilryZ- is ss: tt of as ts r-.t-af t-r ii P-rxc-; r.-tcn ssasco. ' Tit 2fer' at tcsrisr. FATts. cocae f.-on ( S-rit mCiitr -ii ':-: c.-t a j 0 ar sorrt is j-agAri! lzj: sat rtf :o;c. my. raa:s . L:oi.s lot itser Sat. r- ir: ; mm E;-! -c ir- r:tr li Ijt fjr.rrx '- lot : i ; ; a -j. r --- t .'.i. v-f lt ar.y t. r il-t V:- i-tr . mj agree-i to ; t- i- or-r i tit i. - - ft.E--x c t If. ;S .t I r :: plAre - - -.si. mi :jt wtri tot Itsrtia. . a - -: . : " -r; s-s airtArT Vt-T j- 5-s Lo rs. sa s ar A asm lit :f lit fcin.; i:uc ntf rt-; cscSTiSO ASD ATnLT!3. ..-. Wr-ao.r-. UGHT A3 A1?Y. ! 1 il 11 h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 October 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 6 1887. 7 A Vaefol Precaution. It is useful precaution for the tourist the commercial traveler or the emigrant to the West to take along Hostetter's Stomach Bit- ters. Invalids who travel by steamboat or rail should provide themselves with it in order to prevent or remedy the nausea which the jarring and vibration of vehicles in transitu often causes tbem. Vastly preferable is it for this simple but needful purpose to the heady unmedicated stimulants of commerce. On board ship it not only remedies sea-sickness but neutralizes the pernicious effects of water slightly brackish which if unqualllied is apt to give rise to irregularities of the bowels cramps In the abdominal region and dyspepsia. To the aerial poison of malaria it is an efficient antidote. Sick headache heartburn and wind upon the stomach are promptly banished by it. It healthfully stimulates the kidneys and bladder and nulllllea the early symptoms of rheumatism. hess FOR TORPID...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 October 1887

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