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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 June 1888

nn a nn VOL XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY MURHING. JUKE 14 1S88. PAGES 1 TO 8 NO. 29 AUSTIN WEEKLY GLEYELAHD. He u Unanimously' and by Ac- clamation Renominated by the St. Louis Con- vention. ENTHUSIASM UNBOUNDED ! Brilliant Speech 38 by Collins Dougbovty McKenzie Be- fore tho Assembled MuHUuie. I.Ui-HTI'OOT TA1'8 FOR TEXAS H3 Promises tho Lorje Star State Will Koll ITp 300000 Majority. THTi PLATFORM. C.'oTBlaivrs Ko-.-;age Endorsed as tV.3 Traa Exponent of the D .i caratio Position. ACLUATIKG SPEECHES. Thiirmau of Ohio Unanimously '.ftcnnui'i-itr.l i'jr Vice-Presi-c'.ent ol t he United SUtes. S.- .1. a :wvm il ilnt.'oi-ii' I.irll.'T The i.-.-.t.i- wis J.i l.ruj'v' to ti'S i commit 6. The convention hia morning owing rraoted meeting of the a last night and its at 9 o'oloek to-day. Hiti-nrx'-:' Ll CMUI" :t:ea and the commit t .9 i vi.ii ia s'ni::' the seating arrange rrvt.it of she hall :V. . ' vidently gallant peo- ple : the laOtioH v. . re the first to get into ton bui'diag and c 9...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THCKSDAY. JUXE li 1SS8 nTnTTV ITFQATA Y democracy to power is a first and great ) LL JVLI 0AiriOJlA.step toward that resnlt. Thii 8tep will AVST1N. TBIAS. h t.kn this fall wih Cleveland and STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY r. a Fun. President Iri T. PRtOB PlTTOS IiUOWN W. K. Baubt V lca-Prelrtf nt Secretary General Manager RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year (Invariably In advance) t'n lln fc.lv mnn(h ' O ' Thre months " " ' ? One month " " " w rSDaY DAILY. Twelve months I; ' Six months. 1 ui weeklt. . Twelve in mthsV;7V!!"7:VJV;V!V!V;7""'''". l Poetaae tree to all parta ot the Lnuea w Kemlt hy draft on Atrntln P. O. money ordor p... uou- - - oplei sent free on.ai Ucatlon. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY I am a demo- cmtlc candidate for district attorney. Ju II. Stewart. I1TE are autnorizen to announce Hon. Geo. W. V (ilafecock of Georgetown a a democratic candidate for state senator tif the Twenty-fourth dletilat. Twelve Pages. THE WOliK OK THE CONVENTION. j T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 14 1883 WASHINGTON. Interesting Debate in the House od the Flax Paragraph in the Tariff Bill. i Sharp Sparring Between Eayner of Maryland and Reed of Maine. FIFTIETH CONGRESS. HOUSE. Washington June 9. The house went into committee of the whole on the tariff bill the pending lines being those in rela- tion to flax. Mr. Browne of Indiana argned in favor of maintaining existing duties on flax asserting that the average duty 28 per of nt. fas among the lowest imposed by law on Imports. Mr. Gifford of Dakota and Buchanan of N w Jersey also Mr. Mills defended the) bill and deprecated efforts made by others to distort every attempt at revision iuto an abuse of the poor. Mr. Lind of Minnesota a republican who has heretofore supported the bill made a plea for the protection of the linked oil industry which would be he said injuriously affected by the removal of the existing duty on linseed. He told the Missouri demoorats that the success of their lead...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 June 1888

ircTTV IVTFTv'T.Y STATESMAN. THITSDAY- JUNE U lS i - i 1 1 ! i i' !' i ; in ! Fir-t J-w for an t.'j3r at d er-.p.-.M.zsd :. noi.t.c;-.; I eiped-eicr of a todera'e tiri? flicy. iV-.Ue he" c.i-iierei t.'t to-; cm -f i democratic m"-" ia N-.w York micr. j bet'er low t.3 tr.ey wre fotir ye& a-o. j he rg4r is I-.d.&L sid he sppi.a'ei t. I Seti'.or Tcpit 'o col-.". hi r"l-.-'.-.er.t New J..sy an 1 Conec'idt ci'.ttf-'. j aid he woi.d hi74 lo .lone of hi- &:' ' rrr;iig tr.tra txpn a tar.; lor revei-.e only p.atf M-. . Oomtri egre- J .:. catic-is .:.it t'e - litforr:. of i-4 wis tie one sj-oo which Mr. CUvel- r. i w elected: hit lt V?''':p: J t.'j.T.W.&'.iO& aai m fior-..n ".t J hii b'r'rE cot-'.r. cor:.se itn i. if:. "AV.troo r'.-poLJ'; J: The jl of foar jei.-i! o. he ?!) ?'. zed o acttp.! IJ corc: rrw!:.ior in the cor.veB'ioc of IM &dTo4.'- hi ''W K tfo.-m i :r oa '. ir."o pOTtr acJ then e c.ii f -a:. a pti:y to (nit cor j ht'j vit." The i-ioe of that election. :i M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JUNE 14 ISSd CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DULY. The New Boat. Captain Pnggi has his new boat the "Belle of Austin" launched near the bridge as the foot of Congress avenue fiom wnion sue wm commence pleasure Irips this morning for the accommoda- tion of the public. How far the little craft will range up and down tne river will depend upon the state of navigation. However the order is "All aboard but not too many for Barton Springs Metrop- o'is and intermediate points !" The Capitol Elevator. General ' Hardeman superintendent of public buildings yesterday arranged for the running of the elevator iu the new capitol building during the srssion of the courts. A young man named Tollman is doirg the escorting business and yester- day the elevator made a great many trips op and down. 1'his will prove a gresit improvement on the climbing-upstairs busices? especially during the hot weather. Married. Yesterday morning at 9 o'o'ook at the First Baptist churc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JUNE U 1883 CITY ANlCOUXTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. Barbecue at Manor. The Travis oounty Farmers' Alliance held a barbecue at Manor yesterday. A few of the Austin people attended and a few who are running for county offices made some fine speeches on the grounds. Closed for the Session. The Deaf and Dumb Institute has closed for the session of 1887 8. Many of the pupils have left for their respective homes and some are still leaving. The examina- tions were held during the week of the drill durinff which time many strangers .t..4in the drill naid the institute a visit and were highly pleased workings of the itstitution. ith the Marriage Licenses. County Clerk Frank Brown during the week ending Saturday June ! issued the following marriage licenses: Q. A. Yarbrough to Mips Battle M. Kern. . Daniel Payne to Miss Fnnnte Harlan William Ballinger to Miss Maud Hous- ton. Alfred Waechter tD Miss Annie Wolf. O. C. Yates to Miss Acgie Kocker. Closing Exercises o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 14 1S83 7 V ' &S& l " A THR'LUNQ EXPERIENCE. im I VTP nV ! V mVln I LIST OP OTTERS. j ELECTION PBOCLAMATIOX. ELECTION PROCLAMATION. aine's omboum i For The Nervous The Debilitated The Aged ORES Nervous Prostration Nerveus Head. iche Neuralgia nervous weakness Stomacn ana wvtr diseases and al ffections of the Kidneva. AC A NERVE TONIC. It Strenethem toi Quiets the Nerves. AS AN ALTERATIVE It Purifies and Inriches the Blood. AS A LAXATIVE It acts mildly but Jurely on the Bowels. AS A DIURETIC. It Regulates tho Kid- iievs and Cures their Diseases. Recommended by professional and businessmen. Price $1.00. Sold by druggists. Send for circulars. WELLS RICHARDSON & CP. Proprietors BURLINGTON. VT. fi2 The best and surest Remedy for Cure of ;all diseases canseu oy ar uenwgviueni ci Itfie Liver Kidneys Stomach and Bowels. 1 dyspepsia. Sick Headache Constipation RPions Complaints anil Malaria of nil kinds wield readily to the beneficent influ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 June 1888

n 8 AUSTIN WEEKLY STAifcSM AX. THURSDAY. JUNE U 1S85 Baby's Slia and Stall); A DEMON VU-miMd VurifleAaud Hcuutijtvd j fcy Cuticura Jtemcdien. j A Homblo Outrage at Sherman. The Dastardly Crime cf William V00d3. tur oMi-st child now lx yam of when an ' lnfint tx months old wae a'tackeri with b v.mlent. maliL-nwt nkln disease Ali ordinary reined'.. fdlngw" onlltd our family phyai' lan who a.- ; tem .twl to cur it; hut It spread with almost In- j cr 'ill rap tltv until the lower portion of the i little fellow's pVreon from the middle of his hark down to his knees m one adl'l rah. ugly pa n- i ful blotched and malicious. We hail no rest at night no peace by dav. Finally we were a lvised . totrvthe Ct'TicniA Hevkiiihs. Tne eff-t was i elmilly marvelous. In three or fo: r weeks a com-1 plete cure waa wrought leavinir the little fellow s i person awhlte and liealthv as though he hud never fieen attacked. In ray opinion yuiir valuable rem- les saved me lite ana ui-uay ue ""- 1ffl. "Smh ll'r...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 June 1888

J AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. VOL. XYII.. AUSTIN. TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 14 1S88.-PAGES9 TO 12 NO. 29 CONGRESS Epcech of Mr. Gray of Delaware in the Senate on the Fisheries Treaty. Id the House Mr. Woodburn of ITevada and Mr. Cox of New York Have a "Spat." FIFTIETH CONGRESS. SENATE. ''ashinqton June 11. Among the bills re? jrted from the oommittess and plaoed :: she calender was the senate bill to '.v . idraw pnblio lands in Florida from all lc homestead entries. i he credentials of Senator Gibson of I uv.isiana for his next term were pre- -ensed and laid on the table. (n motion of Senator Sherman the 1 1 ite proceeded to the consideration of !l i fisheries treaty in open execative ses- i hi and was addressed by Senator Gray ii. upportof its ratification. He knew hi 'i self no partisan considerations could 1'ience his jadgment as to the merits of tr; treaty. The senate was bound to pre :t .-.e that this treaty was the outcome of i o! est endeavor and earnest and patri ot desire o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 June 1888

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. L. A. El.us ltA Iks T. Pkvor - Vice-President prrro Buhwm - Srcretary W. H. HiMET General Aland1' RATES OF fcUBSCRII'TION. DAI1.T. One Year (Invariably In advance) 1" Six monihi " " ' Three months " " " One month " " " 1 w SUNDAY DAILY. Twelve month! I- " Six months 1 w WELKLT. Blx month Twelve months ::.:."; J Poot&ie free to all parts of the United States and Canada. . Hemll hy droit on Austin P. O. money order postal note registered lett'-r or eipress. bamule oples sent free on app Ucatlon. Twelve Pages. THE SUPREME BENCH SHOULD BE OUT- SIDE OK POLITICAL BCI1E.M1NU. The Galveston News of Sunday has no able and oonvinoing communication treating of the selection of our supreme court judges and advocating the perma- nent tenure of their oflloes. For this arti- cle the 'ews used this apt heading: "Shall just able and efficient judges be retained or shall the seleotion of the judgofb snbject to the methods of politics?...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 14 lSSS 11 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. The Blessed Doctors. The Austin Medical society hold their regular monthly meeting in thia city next Thursday. . St. Mary's Academy. The annual commencement of St. Mary's aoademy will occur at the opera house next Thursday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. 1 h'se exeroiaes are always inter- esting end a orowdcd house may be set down as a stt'led faot. Commanche Whoops. Strangers are informed that Buffalo Bill's Wild West is not in town nor are there prowling bands of Indians around about the telegraph offioe. The whoops heard there are from the able manager Mr. Pillow who is now wrestling with whooping oough of a bucolic tempera- ment fre-h acd vigorous. The Sugar Crop . Information from the susrar region yesterday was that the prospect for a good crop of sugar was never belter. During the past ten days no rain has fallen there and the planters are confident without future mishaps they will have the b...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THUKSPAY JUNE 14 1SSS 12 Don't Wait Ctitil your hair becomes dry thin ami pray before giving the attention nftctleil to preserve its beauty and vitality. Keep on your toili-t-tuhle a bottle of Ayer's Hulr Vigor the only dressing you require for the hair and use a little daily to preserve tho natural color and prevent baldness. Thomas Munday Sharon Grove Ky. writes: "Several mouths ago my hair commenced falling out and iu a few weeks my head was almost bald. I tried many remedies but they did no pood. I finally bought a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor anil after using only a part of tho contents my head was covered with a heavy growth of hair. I recom- mend your preparation as the best hair- restorer In tho world." " My hair was faded and dry" writes Mabel C. Hardy of Uelavan 111.; "but after using a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor it became black and glossy." Ay er's Hair Vigor Sold hy Druggists and Perfumers. Pimples and Blotches So ilisliguring to the face forehead...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 June 1888

AU WEEKLY STATES! VOL. XYII AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY MORNIHG. JUNE 21 1S88.PAGES 1 TO 8 NO. 30 STIN tfAN. TEXASCATTLE Beports From Stock in the West. Losses During the Winter. Shipments North. An Officer Shot at by Negroes at Dallas Items Throughout the Entire State. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Fobt Wobth June 13. A Fort Worth gentleman to-day received a letter from Midland Texas in which it wag said that the roundups in that neighborhood were progressing without a hitoh of any kind and that the cattle presented a most satisfactory appearance- being in good condition fat and frisky. The count as well as oan be judged from the progress yet made shows that the losses during last winter were not so numerous as they were thought to have been. Some Fort Worth people are anxiously watching the course of events in the Chickasaw nation where the cattle of our citizens are being seized for violation of the quarantine law. The opinion seems to prevail that the action of tha Chioki- saws i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JLTKE 21 1888 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUST13. TEXAS. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANT. L. A. Kllw. President III T. Prtor PlTTOH BbOWK W. H. Hambt Vice-Prewldent SocreUtry General Manager RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. One Year (Invariably In advanc) Vn 00 Six monthi " " ' Three month " " " ? " One moath 14 " w SUNDAY DAILT. Twelve month I J f" 81x monthe .... 1 00 WICKLT. Six months - Twelve munths '" Pottage free te all parte of the U nited States and Canada. . Kemlt hy draft on Anstln P. O. money order postal not reentered letter or eipreea. Sample opies sent free on app Ucatlon. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY I am a demo- cratic candidate for district attorney. JOI II. bTZWIRT. t TTJJ are autherlzea to announce Hon. Geo. W. V Ulaeecock of Georgetown ae a democratic candidate for state senator of the Twenty-fourth d lair lit. Twelve Pages. Oub Haskell special this morning will be read with sincere pleasure. The mag- nificent crops away ont wept in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 June 1888

3 GREAT EVENTS Full Description of the Last Hours of the Late Em- ' peror Frederick. Stirring Address of William II to the German Army Oath of Allegiance. Beblin June 1G. After the emperor questioned Dr. Hovel regarding his pulse his breathing gradually became fainter till it was soaroely perceptible. At 9 o'clock a person who came direot from the bedside said: . "All is over now; in a few hours the last struggle will be at an end." Crown Prinoe' William had been walking in the emperor's oourt yard stopping fro 11 time to time to look toward the house. At 10 o'clock Dr. Mac- kenzie stepped out of the emperor's room and hurried toward the crown prince. After a few words both returned to the sick room. The emperor's head was raised on large pi'lows. His wan hands rested on the ooverlet. Dr. Maokenzie stood between the bed and a table oovered with instruments and medicines. The crown prince stood op- posite him. The empress was seated at the foot of the bed but later she knelt at the b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 21 1883 k CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Died June 12 1888 at his home in La Grange Tex.. Mr. Chaa. J. Bradshaw.a young tnau of high attainments graduating with first honors at anderbiit ana men again in the class of 18HC at the Texas nuiversity The Poor Farm. Superintendent MoCall was in from the poor farm yesterday and reported that the whole earth ont that way was decidedly moist nuins nave ueen ouuuubuiu " heavy preventing the harvesting of sixty- five aores of very heavy oats. His corn crop will be a heavy one. There are now twenty-five people on the farm Bnd all are doing well. Bangs Meeting. On Joly 7 the Colorado River Stock association holds its annual meeting at the month of Sandy twenty -five miles np the river Bnd at the same time and place the mountaineers will hold a general range meeting. There will be a bnrbeone and general jollification of fanners and stockmen and candidates for connty offices from this city will atte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 June 1888

f AUSTIN WEEKLY STA'lESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 2t 1888 FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. Build the Pikes. Since Thb Statesman called attention to the necessity of turnpikes the feeling is growing that it should be done and done at once. They can be constructed by the oonvicts and the population knows of no earthly reason why the work should not be pushed. Let us have good turn- pikes. Hardly Ever. Mr. Qranberry says he will not ran as an independent candidate for county clerk but will submit his claims to the democratic convention. Profess -r Blackshear says he has no idea of running for the office of justice of the peace but will oontinue to teach as long as his services are satisfactory. Contract Let. It is asserted that the Aransas Pass Railroad company has. let the contract to b:idge the Colorado at this point to the Cleveland Bridge company and work on the abutments and piers will begin very soon. ine company expects to nave . trains running into the city in less than a year. The Refrigerator...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 June 1888

STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 21 U ' - i ; " ' CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. . Wants Information. Mrs. Catherine Cole of Lake Charlef Li wants information of tha whereabout of her son 8. W. Cole. Not Yet Born. The newspaper man is not yet born who can write to please all the patriotio aspirauts for political honors. New Housekeepers. For the week ending yesterday Con city Clerk Frank Brown issued the following marriage lioenses: Wilt Ranlolph (oolored) and Minerva Banton. Carle Hollsoher and Louna Qo?zmann. Paul Reichon and Emily H. Martin. Andrew Fox and Fannie Levitte. A. W. Brown and uatnenue canaruu Ben Wallace and Ellen Smith. A Pleasant Concert. The drauiatio and musical society com ported of young people gave a delightful concert lat night at the residence of i nd Mrs. C. E. Anderson. The following young people make np the society and last night they carried ont a delightful programme: Mary Taylor Bessie Maddux Maggie Ledbetter Mary Anderson Mand Bremoad Laura Edwards Ros...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 June 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 21 18S8 7 For The Nervous .The Debilitated The Aged. ' Medical and adentiflo skill baa it last solved the problem of the long needed medicine for the nar. Tons debilitated and the aged by combining the best nerve tonic Celery and Coca with other effec- tive remedies which acting gently bat efficiently on the kidneys liver and bowels remove disease restore strength and renew vitality. This medicine is Craines (Mound r If HUs a place heretofore unoccupied and marks a new era in the treatment of nervous troubles. Overwork anxiety disease lay the foundation of nervous prostration and weakness and experience has shown that the usual remedies do not mend the strain and paralysis of the nervous system. Recommended by professional and business men Cend for circulars. Price $1.00. Sold by druggists. WELLS RICHARDSON&CO. Proprietors BURLINGTON VT. BITTERS CURES MLDI3EASES0FTHE LIVER KIDNEYS STOMACH AND BOWELS. DRUGGISTS epirFinnii ar K-mxs. IT IS A ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 June 1888

1 i ' g AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JUNE 21 1888 SORE FROM KNEE 10 ANKLE. Skin entirely gme. Flesh a mass of dilate leg diminished me-thiril In fi.e. Condition hops- leea. Cared by tbe Culicur Remedies. For three years I was almost crippled with so awful ls from my koei down to my ankle; fie f kin was entirely gone and the flesh was one mass of disease. Some physicians pron- iinced it lacurable. it had dimluis'htd alioul one-thrd the elz of the o tier ana I w is in a hopless condition. After Irving all kinds of remedies and a etKlin;.' hundreds of dollars frm which 1 not no relief wha ever 1 was persuaded to trv your C'itn i Hemhwks and the result wa as follows: After three days I noticed a de Ided changa ft the better and at the end of two months I was coin- pletely cnred. My Bsh was purine 1 and the bone which hid been exposed for oyer a year) (tot eaund. The llesh began to grow and to-day and f.r nearly two years past my leg is as well as ever It waa sonnd in every respect a...

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