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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 February 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23 1888 5 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. . An ArtesianJWell. Mr. J. P. Griffin of this city who has a ranch near Cedar Valley about eighteen miles northwest of the city informed a Statesman reporter that he bored an ar- tesian well on his plaoe and straok an abundanoe of pure water at a depth of 128 feet. The water Hows from the month ot the well which is six inches in diame- ter and will be ample for stock purposes for miles around. Mr. Grillio is of the opinion that artesian wells here in the oity can be had at very little expense. Work of a Buzz Saw. Mr. Charlie Siginsin the stage carpen- ter at Millett's was down at the cap- tain's planing mill yesterday morning and monkeying aronnd a festive buzz saw it successfully got in its work and Mr. Siginson went home minus two of his fingers. With the exception of a re- gretful look at the innocent sportive little buzzer he bore np manfully and submitted graoef ully to the mutilation. S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 February 1888

V'tliilllW ll "tllir i wW J i :l 'I I i 'i .: : i AUSTIN WEEKLY statesman. THUKSDAY. FEBRUARY 22 1883 o i m' i NO FEE I ESTABLISHED 1861 I 811 UNTIL BUIfB. f St. Louis Mo. LocurtSt The Regular om-Establlsbea PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON ' It still Treating with the Greatest SKILL and SUCCESS T- 'JATiIili fa 'J Mm ' .Urn VAI llfPlirU who by their own acts ol ILfUIIuMtN Imnmdxnoeor FoUt fuffer from Nervoul Debility fcxliaustinf; drains upon the PounUlna of Life affecting Mind Body and Manhood ihould consult the Celebrated DR. CLARKE at once. Reroemberl Nervous diseases (with or without dream)or debility and lou of nerve power treated scientifically by new method with never-failing tucceti. iimni pJrrniiru n find the p. 1 ranigreaiiont IndiicreiionsorOver Brain Work may consult with the assurance of Speedy Relief and a Permanent Cure il withinreachol Human Skill n f Vs B aril who suffer from weaknesses will find ULUIYiL.ll immediate Relief and Comfort and in n.Miiy oscs a permanent cure. The ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 February 1888

JLUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 23 1888 7 iwfflBBmgga Hemorrhages. KSs None r from any cause is speedily con trolled ana slopped. Sores Ulcers Wounds Sprains & Bruises. It lb cooling cleansing and Ileuling. fofupph I' ia most efficacious for this jHiai III diseaso CoU in tliu Hoad.&o. "Pond'lEilract Catarrh Cure" specially prepared to meet serious cases. should be applied with Pond's Kx tract Nasal Syringe Rheumatism Neuralgia No other preparation lias cured morj cases of those distressing complaints than the Extract. Pond's Extract Plas ter is invaluable In these diseases Lum- bago Fains in Back or bide &c eria. Sore Throat. Use the Extract promptly. Delay is dangerous. uiiuaiiieediig or Itching. It f Is the greatest known rpmodv; mn- idly curing when other medicines have laueu. roiKi's Extract Ointment is of great service where Oio removal of clothing is inconvenient. For Broken Breast and Sore Wipples.havrso used The Kxtract will never be with out it. Poin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 February 1888

SCALY. ITCHY SKIN And all 8caly and Itching Skin and Scaln Disease Cured bj Cuticura r nS ll: Dandruff. Bar- bsra l!iicM . Oncers" and Vaeli-rwomau s IK Q MdJverv . W l'hlnir Rurnlng. Scaly m Iu.m.Mf lh.Skin .n.l Heal. ith Loss iii II . ir are l':l"tlr rellevrd and spwdilT cured I t iitii i ba. the Great Kkln Cure and Citici b Hmp mlw fUn lleantlier external! and CitiiVh Kk"I.vbnt the new Blood Purifier In- ternaily.when pb)stiians an i all other remedies fail PSORIASIS OK SCALY SKIN. I Jhn J Case I) D. H. bavin practiced dea Ustry in ihlrt county for thirty-live years and being well known to thousands hereabouts with a view to belli any who are afflicted a I have been for the past twelve yeaia testify that th- tiTirciu Hxmkdiks cored me of !'irlitsa or St alv hki-i In eight days aftr the do tors with whom I b .d con- enlied gave nie no hslp or enc iirsifniwnt. NkwtoN N.J. JOHN J CA-iE l. D. 8. DISTRESSING ERUPTION. . Y.mr t'tTKCiiA Rkhmhks perforin-d a wonder- ful cure lam aummr on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 March 1888

I MJSTIN WEEKIiY TATE I VOL XVII. AUSTIN. TEXASTHURSDAY. MARCH 1 .1888 ISO- 14 SMAN. n ay ttt 'an. lot aca hu- ll f. B ud iea ad- I i : i ik; - -v n t :i 1 U 'I ? THE-STRIKE. It Extends to the Engineers on the Chicago and Rock Is- ' land Railway. Statement ot Arthur Chief of the Brotherhood of Engineors The Mail Service. Kansas Cut. Februrry 28. List even iu ( the Rook Island allowed some loaded f r light cars from the Burlington road to be switched into the Rock Inland yard and attaohed to the latter's freight train with the apparent intention of helping the fiarlington in its fight with the Brother hood of .Engineers. When the Rook is In ad engineers disoovered what bad been done they became furious and promptly Vijootted their own oompany by putting every engine into the round honse aud abandoning them leaving a goore of 1 eight trains on the track Tbe firemen Joined in the movement and the result is total tie np of the Rock Island freight ttifno at this point for thn time being....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 March 1888

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUBT1N TEXAS. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. I A Finn prwldent U. T iU.'r. - VIce-FreMdent r-irrox I)iio. ml W. It. 1Uut - General 41 anipr TIIEKE WH.L UK NO CALLED SESSION OF THE LKGISLATUltE. This mnoh moot. d question of whether or not there will be a called session of ttie legislature may be pot filially to rent in the negative. No good and subt-tautial reason can be found why there should be tooh a session bat on the other hand every argument is against an extra session. The cry has beju that as thbre is a hendsome Borplns in the treasury the people should now be relieved of some of the burdens of taxation. Bat if the legislature were to meet npon this one iesne bow would they determine itf How much if any would they lessin the rate of tax- ation ond wonid it be to an amount appreciable by the people of the state f Could they lessen the rale ma- terially and jet provide against con- tingencies that mny arise and sharply de- mand a return to the present if not a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 March 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY MARCH 1 1888 ! CITY AND COUNTY. ! - I FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Court of Appeals. To date thirty-niue pen oasss have been placed on the docket of the oonrt of ap- peals whioh convenes in this city on the 5rst Monday in April. The volume of iUe oonrt of appeal reports will contain a synopsis of all the oases deoided since the organization in 1856. They Want Seed. Commissioner Foster is receiving nu- merous letters asking that farm and gar- den seed be sent the writers. The agri- o'tltaral department of Texas has only been organized "about six months and Mr. Foster hasn't gathered his "crap" of seed yet; henoe he has none to distribute. The Camphor Tree. Commissioner Foster of the agrioul- taral department yesterday received a quantity of the sacred camphor tree seed l.om the Amerioan consul at Foochow China. Hon. A. J. Wiugate the consul writes that the tree is a rapid grower and i takes a very ornamental ohade tree. The gum of the sacred China tree neve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 March 1888

DISTRICT ATTORNEYSUIP. "I am a democratic candidate for dis- triot attorney." Such U the laeonio an- nouncement of Major Joe H. Stewart in this issue. The words themselves and t.kinr limn b the forelock in making the announcement are characteristic of the man. Major Stewart is no unknown quantity in anything he nndertakee and in his notice to the public means just what he says. H'a frank and manly ooorse on all public questions serve to commend him to publio favor. Few mtrn have been more loyal to their country party and friends than Joe Stewart. He is told and aggressive and yet most generous and kindly. Few men have bet- ter claims for ofllce than he and althoogh he has been a potent factor for many years in advocation the claims of others for offioe in the county and stBte he has not tilled a publio ttust himself. He has been a hard worker and forcible and elo- quent advocate in the democratic rank?. Major Stewart oomes weil up to the true test and the Joffersonian standard and w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 March 1888

' AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 1 1888 ? i 5' i i n ! f I CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. ' 4 Passed Away. " Died at the Confederate home Feb- i ruary 25 1888 Joseph Baird of Company V A Whittield'a Texas legion aged 55 year i ; The funeral will take place at the home at ' f 9 o'clock this morning to whioh all ex- Confederates are invited. J Life's Warfare. For the week ending yesterday County ; i Clerk Frank Brown issued the following if marriage licenses: Henry Bunton ool- f ored and Jennie Esnes colored; Frank ! Soott and M. A. N. Overstreet Walter ? : Phillips and Jessie Sen'dou. I j Good Crop Prospects. i Mr. Charles Steel wlo lives in Horns- by's bend on the river about nine miles i below the city was in town yesterday and ; reports that heavy rains fell there last ' ( week and that the season in the ground i i is the best for many years. Farmers are very hopeful and expect good crops this year. ; i A SHOCKING ACCIDENT. jl- A Bright Little Boy Strangled to .''...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 March 1888

6 AUSTIN WEEKLY tatf.SMAS. THURSDAY. MAKCH I 1888 ) ESTABLISHED 1851 I ( St. Louis. Mo. I NO FEE UN III Bm- ESTABLISHED I8SI 81 I UcutlSt The Regular Old-EstaMI&d PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON U still Treating with the Greatert I SKILL and SUCCESS ' M - K Sat Ilk fM K I VAI luPlfTU who by their own act. ol lUUilljMrrl Imnrailnceor roily uffrr (torn Ncrvoul Debility tluul:r.g I'raina upon the Fountain of Life affcciir.g Mind Body and Manhood .hould- comuii me tt CLARKE at once. Remember! Nervoue diaea.es (with ot without dreaiailor debility and low of Derva power treated at-irntifically by acw method with never-failing earceea. MIDDLE-AGED MEN zZliV lrangreiioniIiufiwretKmorOver Brain Work may convuli with iht assurance of Speedy Relief and Permanent Cure if withinreachof Human Skill fil RJirU uffcr 'rom weaknesses will find ULUfllLri immcdiaie Relief and Comfort.and in i nv cae a jrmanent cure. The terrible poisons of Syphilis and all bad blood and akin dtaeasea completely eradicated wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 March 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STAlriSMAN.1 THURSDAY. MARCH 1 1888 . ' - T THESTATE. A Drurjken Man Hurt and An Alleged Forger Ar- rested. What is tills Disease that is Coming Hemorrhages. Es" Noe or from any cause is njteedily con- trolled and stopped. Sores Ulcers Vounds Sprains & Bruises. It is cooling cleansing and Ileal. ng. fnlorrh K in most efl:cao'oin for this XdHlAl 1 11 f disease. CoU in tlia Hoad.&c. 'Pond's Cxi ract Catarrh Cure" specially prepared to meet serious cases. should be applied with Pond's Kxtl tlcl Kauai Syringe. Rheumatism Neuralgia No other preparation has cured mor cases of these distressing complaints than the Extract. Ponil'a Extract Plas- ter is Invaluable in theso diseases Lum- bago Pains in Hack or Side &e. Diphtheria Sore Throat Use the Eiliact promptly. Deluy is dangerous. PllaC BllndIi'Ing or Itching. It rtltSSl Is the greatest known remedy; rap- idly curing when other medicines have failed. Pond's Extract Ointment is of great service where the removal ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 March 1888

SCALY. ITCHY SKIN And all Bcaly and Itchinit Skin and Scalp Diseases Cored by Cuticura. i'nrui Ecrma. Ttr Ittngworn Il-hen bi- K n'l Vah rwoman e ltcn rndw HlirW "'M-.-. Burning. Scalv "nn.lv Humors oMhe Skin sod Scalp. th Loss .f Hair sre instantly relieved and s.hIIIt cured llV (UTIIIHA Hie ureal r-MU u"r j hop.ineiinlBli r-kln Ueautller external y a; d Ci tk i n Kukoi.vknt the new Wood Purit t. In- ternallj.when physicians and all otlie r remedies fall psoriasis on scaly skis. I Jhn J. ('am D. I). H. having practiced d- tinlry In this county for thirty-five yenrs and being well known to thousands hereabouts 1th a view to help any who are alllicted aft 1 have been for the part twelve yeata testify that tli" .T''11" IiiciiKiiiKa cured menf l'irls's or S-alv Ski ' m eiL'ht dajs after the do tors with whom I hid con- f lilted irave me no help or encouragement- Nkwt-im N. J. JOHN J. t'Alb I). P. S. DISTRESSING ERUPTION. Vunr CtTH-triiA llEHBIUKs performed a """'"- .. f tiir f Hionierw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 March 1888

Mm TIN WEEKLY 0. i y: LXVII. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THUKSDAY. MARCH 8 1888 O. 15 STATESMAN. v. fr.t ar.-. act iff r.!r imi nr. !- v i i i 5 i;. it I- I.THE NEW BILL B taaling the Tobacco Iatemal ' Revenue Tax Gotten Up ? by the Democrats. Bill Cuts Off $25000000 Revenue Provisions for i! Its Execution. ! ; abbinqton February G. The demo ! pr'io majority of the ways and means I e) ) tmttee's internal revenue bill has the 1 wing points: S'jotionl That on and after July 1 'I"'1! all taxes on manufactured I t ii sing tobaooo smoking tobaooo 4aij snuff all special taxes upon t.-.nriufaoturers and wholesale dealers i ii . leaf tobaooo are hereby repealed. There ill be allowed a drawbaok or rebate for ' v tl fall amoant of tax on all original and ; n-it roken factory packages of smoking i B'l ! manufactured tob tooo and snuff sold V t manufacturers or dealers on July 1 if i t io claim therefor is presented to the ' commissioner of internal revenue prior to i Soptember 1 1888 and not otherwise. No ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 March 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MARCH 8 1888 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. STATESMAN Fl'BLISIIIiiti COMPANY. l. a. Eu.H . J;"i!! i t i'kipb Nice rrfslo-nt Hvton ltiinwK - - Nrirtuj W It. UiMuv (itreriU ilaniT TUE ARSENAL LOT SELTK.il. The senate 1ms concurred in the house biil ceding the arsenal lot in thin city to Austin for pnblio school purpose The bill now. in the.reiular course of such proceeding will shortly become law and the secretary of war will cede the lot tn nnr pitv. It is understood the sohool trustees will before the beginning of the next school session either so im prove the buildings now erected on those irronnds as to make them comfortable B and guitiible for school purposes or will erect a new building out of the $5000 now appropriated for such pur pose and other funds that may be secured. At all events the pupils of the Ninth and Tenth wards can be as sured they will have a school house next session much nearer their dwellings than those they have op to this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 March 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 8 188S 3 I 4. X iA i'A . i f " A ( f n U - 4 i. a 1 I CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Laid to Kest. 1 ae little son need 4 years of Mr. sad Mrs. R. J. Kimbrough died enrlv Tatsday morning and was buried yesler- day in the city oemetery a very large cortege following his remains to the grave. He was a grandson of Col. J. M. tind Mrs. Anderson of Waco who oame down to at- tend the f nneral. The Colore! Asylum. ' In conversation with Superintendent Holland yesterday ho reports the oolored aeylnm for the blind deaf and dumb in a vSry prosperous oondition. There are cow in the institute thirty-one pupils twenty-two of them mutes. The super- intendent says the plans for the new l.ui'.ding will be ready in a few days when they will be submitted to the board of manHgers for their acceptance or re- jection. Passed Away fiov. David Kivett died yesterdiy morn- ing at 1:30 at the residence of Dr. E. O. Mclutire pastor of the Central M. E. church....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 March 1888

TKXASTHE tT0REHOlE OF HEALTH. Ia a valuable and most interesting work entitled "Tbe Philosophy of Living or the Way to Enjoy Life and IU Comforts" published by Harper & Brothers New York in 1836 Dr. Caleb Tickuor A. M. Id. U. a high aothority in bis day dis- courses at length on die'eties hygiene climate and the philosophy of health and living. Ia the chapter on "Climate and Season" after speaking of Fiorida he pay Texas a high compliment. "There in" he Raja "an extensive district border- ing upon the United States though not coming within their limits which mnut undoubtedly in point of salubrity and and adaptation of olimate equal if not surpass any other oountry on the globe aa a residence for consumptive invalids. I refer to Texas and if the reports of travelers speak troth this region will yet as far as its geography aDd climate are oonoerned become tbe paradise of the world. In Texas nothing is reserved for hungry lingering winter; all goes to market for summer is perpetual...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 March 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 8 1883 i '1 t Jl v.:J. lie r a CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. Ho Qualified. Yesterday morning Judge A. S. Walkar qualified before Dr. Morse olerk of the supreme court and left on the morning train for Galveston. District Medical Society. The Austin Distriot Mee'ioRl Booiety will hold its third quarterly meeting in Austin on next Thursday March 8. The meeting will be held in the Musical Union hall beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. All regular pbysioians are invited to be pres- ent. A Proposition. Mr. George Brufh says if the state oan- not have an elect rio light pat on the cap- ital dome that he will be one of twelve men to pay for a light until the legis lature meets and make n appropriation for the same. m It is a very generous offer. Who wi'l join "him? A light there will be beautiful. Military Entertainment. Mies Florine Ross and Mies 0. It- Bower? daughters of the Texas Cavalry company and Miss Georgie Brown daughter of the Austin Gre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 March 1888

i i G AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MARCH 8 1888 lill NO FEE I UNIll BETTER. J ESTABLISHED 1851 I 811 St. Louis Mo. 1 Locust St The Regular Old-Establlshed PHYSICIAN AIIO SURCEOH It still Treating with the Greatest SKILL and SUCCESS LYNCHLAW. Forsyth Murderer of Treasurer Hill Hanged by a Mob of 400 Men. 10 WW vnimniini mm mm The Villain Eeggcd Piteoualy Not to ba Killed by. Being Burned. who by their own set! ol Lonoview February 2!). Last uiht whi'e the news of the arrest of Tom For syth and his coiifeosion of the murder and robbery of D. C. Ilill treasurer of Panola DeAXffi "ty.MbelUKflwhed over the suffer from Nervo upon the Fountain! of Life affecting Mind Body na fxannooot moma consult tne ccieorateu uk ' CLARKE.U once. Remember! Nervouadiiefttes (with or without dreaint)or debility and Jms of nerve power treated KientinoJly by new methods with never-failinff success. MIDDLE-AGED MEH Erste? fit 1 raosgressionslnJiM.rcuons or Over Brain Work may consult with ihsptsorance of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 March 1888

7 THESTATE. LUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY MARCH 8 1888 IHB1 DBgU A . Diphth .Tub 111 dan Piles Hemorrhages. Nee er from nny cause is speedily con trolled aim stoppua. Sores Ulcers. Vounds Sprains & Bruises. It is' cooling cleansing and Healing. PolorrH I' k mot efflcaciou for this Vdlal I II disease CoU in tlia Head.So. "Pond's Extract t'ntarrh l ure" specially prepared to meet serious cases should be applied with Pond's Extract Nasal Syringe. Rheumatism Neuralgia No othor preparation has cured mor i cases of thoseilistreshlng rnniplnintatlian the Extract. Pond's Extract Plas- ter is invaluable in these diseases Lum bago rams in i3ucK or mue &e. ena. Sore 1 hroat. Use the Kxtruct promptly. Delay is dangerous. Dxinu.uioeainc; or ltrning. it Is the greatest known reinodv : rap- idly curing when other medicines have failed. Pond's Extract Ointment is of great service where the removal of clothing is inconvenient. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipples.f.avr'c used The Extract w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 March 1888

INFANTILE SKIN DISEASES ojrol I -tchll.l oowlx r.-ar ot uu' v.-Vn an Ir.'-.l iMi.ri'hH f !! at'a kiivW'lllM llient m i l tin'. I skin nl a All . rdinarv ih: fadi u' i" -j-lwl lir 1 1 1 i v- lib "Ir-ili. bo hf- t uiH-il to fir 1 or- -ni I- r f'Jl y. hit it :t'h with alrun-t Iti. until tin lover pi.rii hi ! in" i..i.. '..n..u-' tier n. Troni me ni.i:ie oi urn k down I i lii ' kne. one solid li-Ji "i'1. I'in ' fill llnirli"l. and mill' i'Mif. W'- hud Hi "' nl.hf no p ari- bv flair Finally uvr inHis.-d to try l i" (Trnt-iiA. Kkmkoi'.-. 1 1 "' i-fT" t ein;il nnrv-lli.ii-. Iu tine-or f .ur v.e-hB arom- nleie nir -w is ro uht h nvin:; tiie lltt e f.-llow p.Ti ii as white and healthy llmiiuli tin t.a n-xr bw n mt.i' kod. In my op ninn otir ''" able rwii-illi'n ti iwil hie llf ' aii'l lo-nav ho i a simiil' li.'HUliy r. i 'I iit!-:tly w-li no r-pt?tl tion nl the ilifi-'iBi? liitviiiii tvr orrurml. .KO. It. MITII Att'v h' Law hv! K I'r e. A"'y A-hiand ItnuiiitiMri;: J. t. . Wel-t .ituiet Antii...

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