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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 March 1888

r 11 lAXJSTIN WEEKLY STATE VOL .XVII. MIM'I 'Ik A Ai IHUKSDAY. MARCH 15 188 NO. 16 SMAN FOREIGN NEWS Preparations for the Funeral of the Late Emperor of Germany. Doctors Hold a Post His Remains the-Result. Mortem cn and THE KMPEBOB'S WILL. Bbbmn Msroh 12. The late emperor's iil hus beea opened. It directs that his i.ody stiall be laterred dressed ia field uni- form with a gray military cloak over the iliould'ivs and furred oap on the head. w Xpoa tde body are to be placid the deo iiratiou i of the order of Blaok Eigle and ft)a Cross of the Ssoond Class; also tlie Cross of the Russian Order of lit. Uoo'ge with war medals of 1814 18(54 a Hon ir.d 1870 and the Hohenzollern .led.il of 1849. ' . P'j( r MOBTEM ON THE LATE KMPEBOB. i Bkelin March 12. Professor Hart- Jmarij assisted by Dootors von Laner Leut- Jajid and Thiemann oondooted the post- V w irtoui examination of the emperor's body. They found a oalonlus the size of j'j pigeru's egg which must have oansed ji.-itewo pain. Doctors v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 March 1888

4 AUSTIN WEEKLY ITm""" THURSDAY. MARCH 15 1888 - i I : . 1 i WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. BTVTESMAS PL'BUSUISG COMPANY. L. A. Euif - 111 T. IM.voR - Uc ni FirrriN 1)bu." - - Ncretary W. H. Ur " General JHunigT ANNOUNCEMENTS. .TOR I)I:-TK1.T ATTORNEY-! am a demo cratic candidate lor Uistrici anmn.-y. Joe 11. hTtwihT. Al'STIN A.VDTHK STATESMAN. To thoBe gentlemen who do not think Tiik Statesman tills the measure of a newspaper according to the standard they have ended we have this to say: Whether it be good bad or icd.fferenr Toe Statesman is a far better newspaper than the patronage it receives justifies and we will add there are only two ways by which The Statesman will im- prove its newspaper service; the stock- holders must put up the cash to do so or the people of Austin mast accord it a more liberal support. For more than a month we have been working to issue an illustrated special immigration edition; oar representa- tives have canvassed various ooucties in the state and hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 March 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 15 1883 CITY AXD COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DULY. They Will Celebrate. The fire boys are already getting up LHg dt'DoulcB III uutjr ocioui hwj pau waumbu ia IDUi II anj uuujf uu mo mua ui tug rt knows bow to celebrate its your nere Austin nre ooy. tie nas ine inai;' or maKing everyuoay bd norae ana -BpL nely happy. a. a. R. K'.-t lember that the Grand Army of ths i jlioof Texaa will ho'.d their annual (T.iiii n in tills oi'y on April 11 ana n. i necessary oommutee or arrange- j ;i : his bsen appointed by the local v and they should be aiddd and en- i r jed in everyway possible that thoir ig brethren may be handsomely en- ionVneil. Sudden Death. J was reported on the streets early yes- .. n ' y morning that a negro man named T n.aint.fAn billot tiiWaulf at lift. some miles northwest of town. Justios let.ner went out to bold the inquest ana Coui d that he had died of congestion of tho I'iDge and rendered a verdict aooord- a'f.ly. Carrington was fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 March 1888

A CII4T wnn WORTH. HOW HE CREATES FASHIONS BY DRAPING LIVING MODELS. Ihc Man .Milliner hn Ili-tulule he Toiirmirc of the World Ob-tirale Ladle and Thnu Who Are lVlw Tell gruplilc Ordera Trice iood Taxtr. Today I ctJkxl on a mini who run do what Hismurck or the pope would attempt in vain (.but i.s regulate lluitourourmnf tin- world. Mr. Worth lunata neither crown nor scepter lait tho feminine world cries "Amen" to whatever ho may nay. An I entered his es- tablishment liu watt busy with some "now creation" explaining it to half a dozen fair ladies dressed likeso many empresses. Worth himself wore a hhort embroidered jacket capacious trousers a whim flannel shirt fastened at l!w throat with a loosely knotted caif ami a brown Tain 0Jhaiit cap. Taking me into a private room ho sub fitted lo an interview mo-t graciously. "Those hulimf" bo siiid in reply to my qintion. "They arc Mime of our 'dress parade' iticxlt 1.m. We h'lvo about ninety in ail who do nothing from morning till night but ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 March 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAKGI1 15 1888 CITY AND COUNTY. . FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. People Who Travel. Ckaage of climate or water very often affect the bowels stsriously. If on the fir-t symptom of any disturbance yon would take Dr. Bidder's Huckleberry Cordial muoh suffering might be saved. The Man in the Moon. How does a sailor know there is a man in the moon? Beoanse he has been to see (sea) and states that whenever he has a eougb or oold be takes Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mullein. Goes One Better. Henry Lnoksinger the well known butcher sees fcd Haigler and goes him one bette. He slaughtered a beef yes- terday which weighed over 1600 pounds and dressed 1070. For Protection. On the application of the district attor- ney Adjutant-general King- yesterday ordered Captain Jones' ocmpany of ran- gers to Wharton oounty to aid the oivil ffioers in keeping the peaoe. Young Married Pupils. County Superintendent Maxwell has enrolled foor married ladies all white as pn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 March 1888

- I I ? 'I NO FEE t tSTXSLrSfTIJ l8Sr I 81 1 lilll tfU St. Louis Mo. ' Lacatf St roc.4 JFtiTiiUA" AM SUECtM. -rj ctiti ond cnrrrcc i YOUSGMEHSrKbl teSrr bia Kerou Dec-tjr. EaJ-i. I-a.i . k Pocmaus of Life Kid. B-ty . aid Mae hood vzll ccc-j r L-.craal DR. CLAfcKEatccc. k tmcrr-brr' Nrrrc-i i araat-t ; v-ncr wiica drs&xa.cr dcctlity ad lot cerr pevrr treated vxaLzj bj ocm ra-oaa w.o j ccrer. fa:hn- ruece. i t - Oct " i:oWorU 1 aeiy ccoajt -.ta ib aawraseeca ?: 7 Kciicf asd a PrrTa-er-t C c re. tiwintd Hurras 5 i X ULXJiYLLil ke&rfaat:Cf.Ttac q r v caca a tf Tz temMc potaoca 4 SrpkilU 1! a2 b4 tlood aad axja dia.a. cr;v: rr: i-- ct Krcury. Rctncmbcr tiai oc horr-.t f Aa cacatnrl Caox-ni rami ;Jr w-:iv M I 10 tuuseaa &. it.-.:::na ail J - V.' . A"- 1 'avNaeaTen'scta. K:-:1irTceer3!teoe5- tttitiiiiy. rAce acd eirna: iportt. ! lll aita U timrb-c it kit tiw tiue M Who taa ticdtoc&re t . . . ' : a" Stod 4 cti prMif- h' Ce'eirtttd Wsrttt ea Chronic Herrooa al Delicate L-u Cs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 March 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MARCH 15 1888 1F0MHBM Hemorrhages. El Koa er from any cause is speedily cou- trolled and stopped. Sores Ulcers Wounds Sprains & Bruises. It is" cooling cleansm.- and Ileal. ng. CfltSrrh 11 inot efficacious for this VC41U1 111 diseaj Col J iu tho Uoad.&o. 'Pond's Cxlract Cutari-li Cure" specially prep.-.rod to meet serious cases should beapp'.iad with Pond's Kitratl Kasal Syringe. Rheumatism Neuralgia No other preparation has cured inori cases of these distressing complaints than the Extract. Pond's Extract Plas- ter is Invaluable in these diseases Lum- bago Pains in Back or Hide &c. Diphtheria Sore Throat Use the EilrWt n.TTi ivif. i! aim Piles . ..vw vunau. isvmy ig diiiianrnnq. tuiiiuieecllni; or Itching. It llilv Mllrllin ...1 1 11 ' failed. Pomi'a Bxtruct Ointment is f great Bervloe where the removal ot clothing U i noonveniont. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipples. lzX used The Kuti'ict will never be with out it. Pond's Extract Ointme...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 March 1888

.-pwaaMH-'. i 3 I. : i i ' !) ; 'i ! INFANTILE SKIN DISEASES OttrotV-t rl-IM. "" ' ? in'- it .iv ne'ii.'i' '!'. a '' ''n m.uY .H kiu .)-. A" riry - : failm' o . fa"''1 iliirin. no - t-- -.i... i. ri.rf i': U ut'l .tli !ii.u.t i'f r" ' lr Ml v. until il. 1 uf 'tie In.iu Mlew i- r "i troin t!i mi. Mm ol .!a t"i ' 0.H I" 'o- I-.0''' wie mm ..olul rw:i. i..:!". a' -.. hi m: mHcl'.ii. ' M'. . .. re-l at :.!:. n ; a.' i flav y imVIv v "!-! t ;. .- I'm C. iuiii Ktr.uii! 'i 1 s ' ' " .!! "lli'U. Ullrn-i Ml t wa-m. a : f.ir- i H.wnvi l.'ll.'' II. lit! 10 !' .-.-in a- if. I hraltiiy ihn'ji 'i lo. lia r.ewi Wn .. v.: Inn :t..u y.ur .lu-r-i.i"li- evrt .. ii' . md t1'"' '" aaUuoi: lj.-altliyciilli poilw.l.y well. Hon of the dliwiui havlnit ever 'C" "'''... ItKO. B. KM ITU Alt y it Uw lid Ki I'roa. AH Ahan. O Kki'Khkn.tk: J. VYel-t Druggist Aaiilanu O. JTIIOCSASIH OK HILDHKN Are horn Into the world every day ;!" '"- ymtoultti..nnichml krru.1 wi.ll head i-iirf or dandruff Hire tad-v-lop 1M" an aem...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 March 1888

CJHP WEEKLY k s VOLr XYII: AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH. 15 1S88. PAGES. 9 TO 12. NO. 16 IN SIT A LAN IN ROMANTIC. ; Curious Story of Real Life as Told by a Chicago Woman. She Reveala the Existence of an Organized Gang of Hotel Thieves. Chicago Match 14. A few days ago notioe was given at the cent ral station that a detective was wanted immediately at 72 Rosebud street. Officers Kelly and' Spirling were summoned and after some search they found the riht number in the little back alley which is so inappro- priately named. The number was one of along row of cheerless brick tenements. In a bare rear room on the secoud floor 6 they found a strange woman. She was " seated in a broken rocking chair with a ! soantily clothed baby in her urois and a f. little boy about four years old with a very '. ragged jacket on standing by her side. The woman was very good lookiug and ' chose her words as carefully us a college I piofessor. In a few words she explained t that there existed in Chicago an ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 March 1888

10 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. WnO ARE OIR CONMIESSYEN ANYWAY? The report of the committee sent by onr Mate to Waehirgton to plead the state's demand for a d'ep water port presents a marvelons issue. Teias has thirteen men who are supposed to repre sent her in the federal congres" and it was to see those men Texas pent a com- mittee two thousand milts to Wa-tiiriKtorj. Texas has a right to command Lot peti- tion the se men and jet how Wus her com- mittee received : Thnt committee's mis- sion was to infi rm those g( ntlemeu that the state of Texas to whotu they owed their political existence Mid bIIi if i iuccdc- sired them to combine tlit-ir i (forts and it.- flni noe to secure the concentration of all federal appropriate ns on one point ou the Texas coa-t in order that the state might have a suitable and commodious deep water entry port. Two of those thirteen gentlemen dd not think it worth their while to meet with that committee and of the others that ctminittee reports "a few...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 March 1888

11 TAX SALE. AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 15 1888 o d !5 A S 23 .... 147 599; I j ? ! a d 5 3 g S fr S I 1 S f o (2 if o a 31 O -1 25 12 40 T7 2 00 1 H) J 20 6 20 7 50 8 75 13 0 1 23 25 1 63 81 3 60 5 ( 3 80 40 1 28 2 48 2 50 1 25 4 00 7 7 r 8 77 2 M 8 91 18 S& 1 (X) 50 1 61 3 10 23 88 10 98 85 50 1 9 81. 8 25 13 1 40 4 78 1 30 M 2(8 4 03 25 13 40 78 25 13 10 77 37 19 (ii) 1 K 80 40 1 38 2 48 Ho. of Lot OWNER Oriuinal Gramtec Citv or Town IN ACCORDANCE with an act of the Legislature of the State of Texas approved Maroh 18 1881 and also an act approved April 2 1887 notice is hereby given that the State and County taxes for the year 1887 on the following described real estate situated in Travis county Texas being due and onpaid I have this day levied upon the same and will Btll said real estate or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the taxes and oosts due thereon for oash to the highest bidder at public auction in front of tneconrt houee dcor in Travis oonnty C...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 March 1888

J " DEEP WATER. You Must Rely on Yourselv es Socure a First-cUs9 Pert. The Texas Delegation Not Dis- posed to Act in Harmony With the Wishes of the People. Hun. F. B. Chilton se.rotaiy of the State Immigration association yesterday received the following from VVashicg-oii City which explains itnelr: Washington Cut. February -". lid. The State Immigration Kxeuitlv Committee A 'latin Texas: Ot-ntlemeu The nndorsitfucil beg to submit the following rupurt. The com- mittee of eleven appointed by your reso- ln'ion of JiUUbrfXr lust finding it im- praotioiible to visit Washington City in a body formulated the following address to our senators and representatives in con- gress every member of the committee concurring and signing the same; To th X'-nator and H--preinlativw from Texis in the Congress of the L'nitedtatoa : ' the iiiniiirfriitioa convention of 7 ins held at Dallas Th. December VI 1 1HK7 the following resolaiion was "Ke-olved That it is tho sense of this jjniicention colled toge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 March 1888

- v - 5 EEKLY nn 'ATE VOL XVII. AUSTIN TEX Art THURSDAY. MARCH 21 1833 KO. IT t.K W 8MAN n BLAIRAGA1N. Th8 New England Senator's Now ilill in Favor of Disabled Con- federate Soldiers. Berry and Hampton Say Old Confed-r-ates Don't Need the Proffered Kindness. FIFTIKi'H CONGRESS. SENATE. Washington March 20. Among the bids reported froin committees aud placed on the oalendar were the following: To encourage the holding of a national industrial exposition of arts meohanios and products of the colored race in the United States in 1888-8'J; to authorize the socretiry of the treasury to apply the surplus money in the treasury to tue pur- chase of United States bonds and to the pre-pByment of interest (notice was given by Senator Aldroh who reported this bill that he would call it np at an early date) providing that pensions be rated nooording to the rank held at the date of discharge. Senator Blair who yesterday introduced a hill giving preference for civil service appointments among men ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 March 1888

V i j I 1 ! ; Ij! KIIIl Pl'r" IIIMMOmilT II Ill Hemorrhages. SSi:1!; Jfo r from any raut is ojf -e-l:iy cii- trulleU and iji-m1 Sores Ulcers. Wounds Sprains & Bruises. ' It is (mjoHiik clcanniiig and Healing f!lf 9ITr"l I' i nmit fli(Mi:ioii. for tlii Uaiai 1 1 1 1 dnec-iao. Col i i:i th-i II..aJ.Ae. Pond'. F.ilrarl Coturilt ( uic" especially priare-et Ionififitsfrioii8i.-a;e!a fhoalil lx-applied witb I'ond' Kzlracl Aiaiial layrliigr. Rheumatism Neuralgia No other Jiivp:irntlin liaa cured niorl rasen of theBodiilrwdnf? oriiplintthan tlieF.xtrart. I'onil'a Kilrart 11 -1-r Is Invaluable: in tliMMxlineiuoa Leiiu- lit!. l'Kin. in iiiwk or Mu;. X:. Diphth ('mm 111 ena. Sore l hroat. I'se Ilia Kaliuct ironitly. Ix;l.iy it daiipTOiw. Piles mintl.ltirruinpc wr lu nin- n t )m the itreAleflt known rnndy; nit- lillV CuHlttf wll'Mt Other lnfU'JIK-lt ll.iVO fulled t'onil'i Kitract Olnlttif n is of ffrwat wrvii: wtwre tho removal of clothing In Incoiivcrit'-nl. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 March 1888

MJSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY MARCH 22 188S 3 CITY AND COUNTY. . FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Death's Doings. Yesterday at the residence of Mr. A. S. Johnson Col. Jesse Stansel departed this life and will be buried to-day at 4 o'clock. Immigration. ' Colonel Chilton oontinnes to receive letters asking about Texas and yesterday he and his clerks were kept busy with correspondence. i The Poor Farm. Mr. MoCall superintendent of the poor farm was seen by a Statesman reporter yesterday and he reports he has thirty- eight people out there now. He is about through planting corn and everything is moving along well. Annual Reunion. Jeff Brown seoretary of the Texas Mili- tary Institute association is hard at work preparing for the next annual meeting iu this city on May 14 during the drill. He has just sent out to each member an invi- tation to be present and a very full at- tendance is expected. Clean Up Your Premises. The heated term is coming on apace and the time of year to clean up and pl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 March 1888

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TBXAS. RATES OF SUHSCKIl'TION. DAILY. On Ver (lav.ri.blj In advino) V" Mr months Thre- mootrn One mohlti u n i Mi eiMMY DAILY. Twelve months hix woniiis . . . . 1 WKtKI.V. Six months t..1vm m .ntlia I S- Pootnae free to .11 parts ut the I ni'eil S(i itr.u Canada. l-emll by draft on Austin V. ). money order poet.1 not renlstenil letter or expreaa. r.inMf cotitet sent free on application. HTATKSMAN FL'BMSUINIi COlaTANV. f A V 1 1 it rTelfnt Hevton Biuiwn - v' : 2 W. M. Hamuy i""r1 t"-"r ANNOUNCEMENTS. 1 -FOK DIM'KH'T ATTOKNK Y I am a demo- V cratlc camlitinte for district attorney Joe H. bTKWAKT. NO on.'AMOS KOK AN EXTRA l.KUl.Si..l TIVE SKSSIOS. The Staiki-man objects ta aspcoial ses- sion of the legislature as not required ot jurftitled by any Kraut emergency and as likely to result in unwise m.d prejudicial legislation incident to the rui-h and hiiHte of extra stssiou business to which suflici- eut consideration and culm dispassionate judgment cannot be gi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 March 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY MARCH 22 188S CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. In Demand. The hog market yesterday was hare with a brisk demand. Good fat hogs suil- able for the butchers wilt find ready sale at 4'a to 5 cents. Fatoortifed beef oattle will Cud ready sale pet now. Honorably Discharged. Prof. N. A. Bunks (ooiored) teacher in one of the publia schools arrested on a charge of 6jverely whipping a pupil was hoDurably discharged from custody yes- terday by Justice Calhoun there being no evidence whatever to sustain the case against hiui. Cupid's CaptiveB. For the wtek ending yesterday County Clerk Frank Brown issued the following permits to marry : George Banker and Katie Schuantz; J. L. Znnaway and Louise M. Smith; Sampson AlexAuder and Cather'ne Brown (colored); W. J. Jones and Fannie Walker; C. A. Anderson and Christine Petit reon; Grant Waters and Julia Mills (colored). A New Building. Mr. John McDouald is eroding another elegant four-story brick budding on West ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 March 1888

STATESMAN. IHL'HSDA Y.MARCH 22 1388 AUSTIN WEEKLY ICIAfiKE NO FEE I ESTABLISHED 1851 811 UNia BETTER I St. Louis Mo. locus! St The Regular Old-Established PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Is still Treating with the Greatest SKILL and SUCCESS .JilATiIiLd .YOUNGMEN Imprudenoeor Folly suffer (torn Nervous Debility Kxhamimg IJrairis upon the Fountaina of Life affeciini Mind Body and Manhood should consult the Lekbrated DR. CLARKE at once. Remember) Nervoua diseases (with or without dreamsior debility and loss of nerva power treated scientifically by new methods with never-failing success. MIDDLE-AGED MEM e a 1 r"nsgrsfrTs" Brain Work may consult with lha assurance of 8peely Relief and a Permanent Cure ifwithinreach of Human Skill tin lirU Who suffer from weaknesses will find vLU jYlLll immediate Relief and Comfort and in ny cues a (.ertnanent cure. jri-The terrible poisons of Syphilis and all baa Mood and skin diseases completely crailicateil with- r.nt mercury. " Remember that this one horribla d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 March 1888

81 AUSTIN WEEKLY STAltiSMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 22 1888 TAX SALE. 9 a a S K CD S u s fl S Q 2 No. of Lot 3 a s IN ACCORDANCE with an act of the Legislature of the State of Texas approved March 18 1881 and also an act approYtd April 2 1887 notwe is hereby given that the State and County taxes for the year 1887 on the fo lowing deeoribed real estate situated in Travis county Texas being due and unpaid I have this day levied upon the ame and will X wal estate or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the taxes and costs due thereon for cash to the highest bidder at pubHo auction in front of the i court boute dcor in Travis ooanty City of Austin on the first Tuesday in April 1888-that being the third day of said month the Purchaser paying the taxes and penalties due and costs of sale and executions of the deed for the least amount of said real estate shall be deemed the highest bidder. A. 1? MORUI5i This the fifth day of March 1888. . Collector S County Texas. OWNER Original Grantee Cl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 March 1888

-arisnrirr ' el tj ftp :!f; I M I ' :f f; i i'i I ; I I- i. j j. 5 it j .f.1 8 AUSTIN TOEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MARCH n 1888 ECZEMA And Every Species of Itching ami liitrniiif i.setics Vtncil hi Cnticiwa. Eczema fir Salt Ilheum with its agonizing lti h- Ini' n(l Imrnina instant lv.reliev.-.l hj a warm bath wilb Citk xha Soar and a slnu'le application of I'lTiiriiA tlie Great Skin lure. 1 liK repeated rltlly with two nr three (liiiw of (.Tthtiia l(Kot.- vtT. the New Mood purllier tn keep the Iixk1 c nl the perspiration pure and unlrrilit'lnif. th li we in open the liver hnil kidneys active will epeedlly curt- Eczema Tetter Ringworm l'rla- fi Lichen Pruritus Smll Head Dandruff ami - ery species of Itchln saly anu Pimply Humors i.t the Nalp anil hkin when the liest phjslclcsns u'kI all known remedies f-.il. FX KM A. 1 gratefully acknowlede a rur .( Ki zems or Sail Rheum n head neck fare arms and leir f r seventeen vears; not able In lk except on Imnds uni knees for one year; not able ...

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