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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 5 1888 5 STUCK NOTES. For Cattlemen and Wool Growers. prices of Cattle and Sheep and Movements of the Same. Mr. Felix Shaw has just returned from Llano county where he purchased 100 head of 3-year-olds and upward at $12.50. He will place them la his pasture. Ei Haigler is now off oa a purchasing triD. p. P. Atwood shipped threa oarloads of sheep from Hig Springs to (Jtuoago last Wednesday and Burt Simpson shipped four carloads of sheep to Chioago from Colorado City. Colorado Clipper. The Staked Plain says that since May 20 there have been shipped from Midland 1041 head of cattle 6315 mutton and 1022 bags of wool. Two hundred thousand pounds of wool were sold at San Saba Tuesday t prices ranging from 12 to 17 cents. A. W. Dunn shipped a trainload of beeves from Midland to Chioago last Sun- day and Winfield Soott Bhipped two cars of excellent grass fed beeves from Colo- rado City. Coman & Shear sold this week 45000 pounds of wool at prices r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 July 1888

G AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JULY' 5 1838 CITY AM) COUNTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. Resigned. Miss Jennie Ervin.oneof the city school teachers acd a nioet efficient one has tendered her resignation. Fine Cotton. Mr. Berry who had a farm some miles south or the city brought in Rome large cotton bulla yeeterday. lie says he will easily make a bale to the acre. A Petty Tbiof. George Crozier. a oolored boy was ar rested yesterday and lodged in jail charged with stealing $4 worth of pluuder from Mary Stuart a colored woman. Deadly Kerosone. Yesterday afternoon the little son of a .Mr. Foster living on Ked River street undertook to kindle a lire in the kitchen stove asing kerosene oil for the purpose. Result: Can exploded and the little fel- low was paiufully and po-sibly fatally burned about the face and breast. Harriago Permits. For the week ending yesterday County Clerk frank Brown marriage licensee: issued the following Tom Johnson colored aDd Mollie l'lntnmer. J. C. Rawlin and S. A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 July 1888

.AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JULY 5'' 1888 7 bt fot FOR SINNERS. Fa'fcway' to the Eternal Homo. taneral Religious News Gathered lor the Benefit of Sun- day Headers. Bev. D. Stra'ght of Bath England has ontate named Crooked. nvxa are willing to be comforted I .-; rnmfort is not far away. Men are not won bo muuu ujr uowS lamed as by being encompassed with l'Iin to God with all yonr little cares and I opes and sins and sorrows as freely and nnfidentially as yon come to your Professor Felix AUior protests against he ereotion of the proposed Episcopal athedral in New YorK as a piece 01 un- imelv medirevalism. The Arkansas iuemoaiBis are in cuciids boat building the Galloway female col- irrn At Searcv. Plans and specifications ftbft. on exhibition at Searoy and bids are no- received. Dr. J . W. Lee said in a sermon a few Nnndays ago that the reasoa the Hons lidn't eat Daniel wnen ne was cast into heir den was thit he was two-thirds back mue and the rest pure grit. Bishop William Tay...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JULY 5 ISSf What People Say at Home: SiiKiiMAs Tix. May 15 ltf8. This is to certify that for the pant eight years I have been a print sufferer with hay fever. Have spent uionetmd-i of dollars in traveling and for medicine and found no relief nntil I took Wm. Madam' Microbe Killer. I take pleasure in Buying that it is curing mo aud wi 1 cure anyone who will flive it a-fair trial. Heepectfully ('. V Kim u a 1. 1.. SiiEiiMAN Tex. May ists. 'IV is to certify that I ai a huffrr or twelve month with an attack of Varalysig and two jni;s i f Wm. Kndnui'e Microbe Killer cured me. J. M. CriLKiis. JI. U. Baiii.ow Agent Sherirnn In. Head the Proof: J. H. Hepsdorph No. Main street Houston writes h s wife aud Ins sister wife of Contractor Hanson wtre cured and he is pleased to give t. stirr.ony to the goud of Microbe Killer. A lady from the North Side Mrs. S. D. Wilkins No. 124 Center strtet Houston says she hid eulnrged tonsils from child- hood which at times be...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 July 1888

AC WEEKLY STATESMAN. 70L XYIL AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 5 1S88.--PAGES 9 TO 12 HO. 32 STIN PITTSBURG. Celebration on the Field of the Great Battle of Gettya-Burg. lills and Iron Manufactories Shut ting Down on Account of Labor Troubles. Fittsbubq Pa. July 2. Two more sig- i .tares to the Amalgamated soale were rt ported this morning. They were the I. vDghlin Iron oompany Leeohbnrg Pa. a.d the Findlay Iron com- i. : ny Findlay Ohio. This newa w g the occasion of considerable t oioing about the workmen's headquar- tc8 bnt aooording to the manufacturers 'ui aotion of these firms was discounted fore the lockout began. The shut down' doe3 not effeot every v . rkman in and aronnd the mills as has b in reported. Many of those depart- p . nts that are not governed by the Amal- v nated association soalo will oontinue in : eration. Jones & Laughlin employ i ' 00 men at the American works but o. ;y 2000 ef them are affected. The others . employed in machine shops and other artme...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JULY 5 1888 10 1 t ! WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY r. A Eii. President III T. PllYOB Pittow Bko W. R. Habbt Vloe-PreoUtent SrcreUUT General Manager RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION DAILY. Om Year (Invariably in advance) flj o x monlna Taree months " " " Owmoatn " " " eiNDAT DAILT. 5 W s so 1 (JO Twelve months. Six months ....f- 00 .. 1 w WEKKLT. Mx months - - Twelve mcnlhe VV.VI.'M'J."." .a Poetane lie to all parte oi the L'nltrd tatntee and Chemlt by draft on Austin P. O. money order Doeifll note neutered letter or expreea. bample j)les Bent free on application. CONSPIKINU AliAINST T11K EMPKKOH. flurmnnv has another sensation. It is claimed there has been discovered an an archist plot against both the emperor and Prince Bismarck. Guards around the pal aoe have betn grta'ly reinforotd and ev ery precaution is being taken against any demonstration against the lives of these two men the foremost in the German em pire. Emperor Willi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 5 1888 11 CITY AND COUNTY. FflOM TUESDAY'S DAILY. Passed Away. Mr. Henry Koppel the well-known dry goods merchant on East Sixth street died Sunday night and was buried yesterday afternoon his remain being followed to their last testing pHoe by a large cortege cf fiieads. ' Dead Infant Found. Yesterday morning the body of a dead infant was found near the International railroad a little ways this side of Press- or's warden. Decomposition had prog- i on fjrt.hnf.it was iinooseible to reeotu w - - - tell whether it was a white or black child. The Force Eeduced. Marshal Lucy in aocordacoj with an oidinanoe passed by the city counoil yes- t doan the notice force l. nnnriiV.li A lanb nr-jinir Officers Tom Jones R. D. Bell William Allen (night e'erk) Lewis Morns ana fienrj iur- son. Laid to Best. The funeral of Mr. George Sampson alt. ntioriHfil Hnndsv. In the WOO 11 (l J w .lootn nt Mr. Snmnsnn. Austin has lost one of the men who did much to build he...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 July 1888

1USTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JULY 5 1SSS 12 7' EVERY SI3HT I SSIT'ED Ciitu ta aim wm nw. Body erreped wrta acait ni rpota of mortar. Cartel; fcy Hie Couea-w Bxcdie- I is rcu to V.S yi tt i rrdzn i2i Lae recti oct k. ottt n t uxr. t ucu-t tf -V a tara -. tir ia a -iti to '.: ill. c mortar :k- t fci iLiil c&xt i ? is ia."er. rri ;t 17 it 1 ttr I vt'Ljc acrav t rer txiTlt ttxi I a r u Crf fern xil ti uiar i r&c c& tm. we KTkiOtW S kjk. it ti ci; 1 ej-Lfl au Uif owrs" tt u ootstry. fit i:a- a aie AI friar ti kw t 1- tt nnm-rr. I tki D u fcCin7L.i a u aea;-a;e i- oecikl. rj l -ra V :ra tiki tie -. rt; a. jm rractiaLy cr ; c oa. "-"-" om t'T axiC tw fiiT rtr i Lfc; i iwim! itirv tw:' I :-f uu: ti . rn-TU tciarfts. it ! um t a I imutoK u :-nm. tir:M i jlt rKoxTr fcfci I !: i:" ifci" Lfct UiL. U: U-fciK i Urf rrt..an uH-' I w ocwc r.i k-. l.- : I n re'j to N nr - ki- w rr .'.tt. Xrr Vr rta:"t 6s t ti 11 wLiri Ctti:t. Ui t.H i. u; irr.-ru ( u : .. t.i wnil vtrM!: rr. ji n. a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 July 1888

1. . V t At EEKLY YOL.XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 12 1S88.-PAGES 1 TO 8 NO. 33 STIN STATESMAN. NOTIFIED General Harrifion-Formally Noti- 'fled of His Nomination for . tho Presidency. t Hia Speech in Reply 10 that of the Republican Spokesman- Two Incidents. Indianapolis July 4. The notification committee representing the late republi jbu national convention tj-di.y ollioially informed Geueral Harriaoa of his lomi- notion as the caud date ;f the republican mrty for the office of president. At 10 o'clock this morning delegates com pris- ing the notification committee met in the parlors of tne Wew uenlson notei tor tne purpose of arranging the details of the Ceremony and signing the oftioial noto. Hon. M. M. Estee of California late : hnirman of he republican convention i rtsidtd and Charles W. Clisbee acted as : jcretary of the comnittee. Thirty-three embers of the oommittee were present. Ex-Governor Charles Foster of Ohio -iiHon. Logan H. Root of Arkansas v ere placed i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 July 1888

:.. . v : ; ; 2 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JULY 12 1888 ( Z i '. . I what of OUR LEGISLATIVE CAN-1 half dozen 1 have turned out forty FI3( Piso'a Remedy for Catarrh W the ITI lrffFTV CT TT?Q"r A "V THE DELEGATES -HIE HEaPONS Bl.E Travis county is neither emphatically nor AT O OLR LEG! LATlVb Vou can compote which is the U Best. Eit to Dee and Cheau 1 AUSTIN. TEXAS. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. L. A. Ei.ua SrMHen' Iki T Pbtor vlce-Prenlilent p.rroii Browm - ?mrl W. R. IIamby General Manager KATES OK SU USCUll'TIOJN . DAILY. One Year (Invariably In advance) fW no Six monlha " " J' Three months " " " ? OnemoBth " " " w BUN DAT DAILT. Twelve months f J fJ Six months 1 WEKKLT. months Twelve m inths. :"r.:'" J Pootaue free to all parts of the United htatee and Canada. . Keuitt by draft on Austin P. O. money order postal note roistered letter or expreBS. Sample e jples sent free on application. ANNOUNCEMENTS. OTTjIriricTVVrTOKNEY I am a enio- cratlc candidate for district attorney. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 July 1888

MjSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUKSDAY. JULY 12 1888 3 FOULPLOT Dynamiters Oat of Revenge to Blow Up Railroad Trains. Ari'est of Bauerisn An Official In the1 Locomotive Engineer Brotherhood. i bioaoo Jnly 6. J. A. Bauerisn deputy :. itor of the Aurora 111. division of the therhood of Locomotive Engineers . brou.ht to Chicago this morning v.-. er arrest by a deputy United States :bdr1. He ia charged with complicity iu alleged dynamite plot against the i ongo BarliDgton and Quinoy railway. t. ierisn is not the mysterious fourth 0 who eluded the officers yesterday v. in three arrests were madeand exaotly v tt his connection with the plot is the liugton officials refuse to state at this : ge of the proceedings. n regard to the latest arrest Mr. Stone .: ieral manager of the BarliDgton said 1 morning: Bauerisn ia chief engineer of division 32 of the Brotherhood at Aurora i ion is one of the prinoipal lodges on i :t road. For two years he has been a u-.'mber of the general grievance com- a.tte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JULY 12 1888 rx .n if i s i . . CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DULY. The Aransas Railroad. Mr. Castleman has received a letter from Engineer Nelson of the A r annas Pass railroad saying it will be about foor weeks before the line wiil be definitely settled. The stte for the bridge however hns been fixed and the contract let for build- ing it. Work oa the structure will begin very soon. The depot grounds selected are on the corner of East avenue itnd Water street. The Newspapers Know Them. The deacon's little daughter reading the morning paper in the parlor where the minister who has called is seated. "Mama how does the newspaper know papa so well?" Mama "I don't know. Does it f" Little Daughter "I reckon it does. 'Cause it says the men tell big whoppers when they come back from fishing and that they go to the theaters of nights in- stead of the lodge and thats what you say papa doei." Alliance Barbecue. The Alliance folks will give a big bar- becue...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 12 188S . MARBLE FALLS. A Trip From Austin to Marble Falls. During the Last Week of June '88 by O. M. Roberts and Wife. Entering the cars of the Austin and Korthwestern railroad at 7:30 o'clock a. m. we passed through beautiful well cul- tivated farms to McNeil at the crossing of the International railroad where in a few feet of the junction of the two roads rnay be seen tite month of a cave whiob has been explored only to a limited ex- tent. Thence the car- pass in a north- west course through woods and farms and villages with an occasional view of mountains in the d'stanoe gradually as- cendiug all the way from Austin nntil the jorty-seventh mile-poet is reached at an altitude of about 1000 feet above the gulf and 1000 fret above the city of Austin. At tbat point was exposed to view the valley of Hamilton creek with the mountains iuthe west and southwest reaohiog out beyond the Colorado river far into Llano county; thenoe by a de- scending g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 July 1888

' li. Ml . 0 OUT .AB WOTO. .y-mut vt.t'i;iv.v ;'uuv. : JiUt of ti.tlOiiH'trf.' "?LtuO(it ;. 'V.j't'..fMillJJ7. llll-' l! t.'' VOit...-' -l-Vti. tr in tiw ony .T-iJtyiii-. iL.ti :lu .fi': .! ' i'"H'- .ti" ti.u' M .!11 (!.! twtt4ir..tMi(! (mil .Utility MittMi Uiwlii- ! .11. .Will. - - i-.-" - - flV(ltl.lWtU' llilli .butl' It' ""' '"r XWlilllll -till' 'AlHtlfl Hill' tiftuwati'J'.li l.iliitMll ii'ulii iitiifitt' :li ;i.til'. i JtitlVnylltt! .Hv W1! i-.-avi- i.tii .('muni lutnilu;- lt vtiifiiiKtuvi In' .nuv; it' ! :li(f JI.U- iMikv will wit-of ir ti . ?!(? IiiiII .r.lfl.!ll'. V..llir tin rttuwiimt Attuii" Mil . tiny lil. .I'hiijIiii. (.illi-il .llll' AlUllStljl rfUulKHllt. ' in i.i'u.ir ill). II '.' liiliii.nnr.' idL jil ;lt filiu.li' Vif IliniMli -Hilir H(li .Jli(l! Ill.l.' Illivfl Villi- (! ;li..-llll'J . fit iff Hill' .Vlllllilill" IIIU.-tlUl.llir lt li-tSU: '! Ill MlMiitMHWltr ! lllli-lll.Un' H I i I ' llll trf jiiliUiiiii j;r.ii tm- :t.:iiiil.i'.- ti jlitr. illliml ilioft r IHU4K' C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 12 1SSS 7 For The Nervous. The Debilitated The Aged. Medical and scientific still 11118 at last solved the JShW-m of the long need. medicine for the nor. debilitated and the aged by combining U t nerve tonics. Colon' and Coca with other effec. remedies which acting gently but efficiently nthe kidneys liver ancj bowels remove disease rtorestrenath and renew vitality. Ihis medicinei Fame's ((el cry rnbouiid 'If fills a rlace heretofore unoccupied and marks a new era iu the treatment of nervous troubles. Overwork anxiety disease lay the foundation of lervous prostration and woakness and exjierience has shown that the usual remedies do not mend the strain and luralysis of the nervous system. Recommended by professional and business men. 1 tend for circulars. 9 iuu At ftn Rnlri hv drUfrcist-R. WELLS. RICHARDSON & CO. Proprietors EUP.LIXGTON.VT. mM ssll' '. ;:: ' . 4 'f p-' inline W" "C;tM(ii'V.'vl'4VJ''t'! This is the Top of (.he Genuine Pearl ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 July 1888

USTIX WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 12 1S68 8 PURE (DIE lui nil rlor excellence proven in mlillnna nt home fur more than quarter nf century. It la until by the United Slate (Invernmxnt. En- dorsod I v the heada of the ttreat I nherliiea an the Wronuwl I'niwt and most Healthful. Dr. J'rlce'a (Mini Making lvder iliw ni t contain Ammonia Lime or Alum. Sold only in cane. THICK BAKING POWDEU CO. NXW YOllK Clill'AUO ST. LOt I. BTJUKET BUDGET. Matters and Things at the Granite City. Local Items. tSpecIal Telegram to ine statesman. Bubniit July 4. The national holiday has been duly celebrated here to-r'ay though not on any extensive soale. This morning a tournament with tilt em entries torlt place reuniting as follows: Firt prize $1". taken by William Cov- ington; seoond $." by (terry Hubbard; third f:'."0 by Harvey Mnrtiu. . The highest number t f rings tnken wis eight in three rues. Abtnt .VH) people nttendtd the barbtcue in the court house square bot the ex- tremely warm weather and b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 July 1888

. S i nn ATESI !- I. VOL XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 12. 1 S88.---PAGES 9 TO 12 NO. 33 AL 8TIN 1 . WEEKLY TH ESTATE. Four Hundred Delegates Already Assembled at Fort Worth. Much Deep Water Talk. Assassination near Hempstead. San Antonio Gers Away With the Sand Crabs. Special Telegram to tbe Statesman. Fobt Wobtu June 9. Some 4C0 dele- gates to the interstate deep water conven- tion are now in the city. The morning trains will add 200 to thin number. Col. K M. Wynne of the home delegation will oall the convention to order at noon and deliver an address of welcome. The roontiitivB of Galveston and Aransas Pass are already hero and the one subject of conversation is the number of feet of water on the different bars the-oost of the work already done aud other matters per- taining to deep water. The board of trade of Denver has its representative on the ground and the Kansas delegates .a r nrt in the morning No one stems as yet even to hazard a guess as to what the convent...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 July 1888

r -f Li I ! . .f J i AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 12 18S8 10 if I k i WEEKLY STATESMAN. AU8T1S. TBIA8. 8TATBSMA PPBUSHIHG COMPANY. L A Eix Pretldent Ixi T. Pkvob - Vlce-Prenldt-nt Hytck BnoM - tcreury W. H. HYi " Ueneral Man an" BATES OF SUBSCIM'TIO-N. DAILY. One Year (Invariably In advanw) JJ Blx months " " Three munthi " " ;J One month " " " 1 " SUNDAY DAILY. Twelve month! ' J! Blx months 1 WEEKLY. months - 'j".' vSSte nil PtV of" iLe United Stat.. art CK!l'lbydrnft.n Austin P. O. money mr poet I note rendered Wtnr or exprees. Sample ecplea ecnt freo on application. WVAITIINU THE CAMJIDATES' LETTEHS 01T ACCEPTANCE. The nominees of both the great national oartiis have been notified of their eleo tion as representatives of their parties in ... ;rr irrf.nt nolitiobl struggle. In iud ..-.- n r markcd contrast were the scenes of th democratio candidate.' notification nn the notification of the republicans. Th o. nor a full of enthusiasm atd emaoked of an ass utance and confi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 July 1888

r1 USTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JITLY 12 1888 11 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. The Farmers' Alliance. The neit regular quarterly meeting of the Farmers' Alliance of this district will be held next Friday in the new capitol at which time an election of officers will occur. A Slim Business. First Boarder "My boarding house is doing a slim business th:s hot weather." Second Boarder "So's mine. I'm getting so slim I can hardly cast a thadow." An Assassination. A private telegram was received in this oity yesterday morning by Dr.Harn.of the Carrollton hotel announcing the aesina- tion in Navasota of his brother-in-law M. M. Moses. No particulars we.e given. Dr. Ham left yesterday moving for Nav- asotn. Railroad Surveyors. The surveying party meniioned in Saturday's Statesman lift yesterday to survey the extension of the Austin and Northwestarn from Burnet to Llano. The extension will be built as early as possible and the toad from here to Burnet trade a standard gu?ge. A Ha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUKSDAY. JULY' 12 1888 12 EVERY NIGHT 1 SCRATCHED Until the skin was raw. Body covered with scales like spots of mortar. Cured by the Uutieu'-a Hemedies. 1 run going to Ml you i t tha extraordinary ch ":.' your CrncL'iu RuMKims performed nn me A l :it the 1ft of April lant 1 iciiiifd some rMi it! udes like coming out ail over my liody. hut tho ight nothing of it until gund time I it run when It bH.'fil to loo hk ppo'ts ot m.inar himiiomi on am which came off in layers acciniipaniei with 1 clil itf. I would scratch every nluht until I wan raw tlin the next night the scihe being formed meanwhile were scratched off strain. It vain did 1 consult a 1 the doctors In the country hut with- out aid. Att-r giving up all hopes for ret overy 1 hnins'ed to ee an advertisement In the no." epupi-r a'imir your Ci'ticuh Kkmkiuks and t uicriAi-ed them from my drngii-t arid ohuined almortt iai- meMit rpoief. 1 ln-gun to notlm lint the w aly frintiiinn fritililNltv drolo-ed of...

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