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

STIK;. WEEKLY STATE SM A TV- YQL" ZYIII : : : AUSTIN. TEXAS. .THURSDAY MORNim NOVEMBER 15. lS88-PAr?Tilft i -rn p ' . : T - . 1 1 . w 1 i r i . - " l THE ELECTION. .Echoes of the Late Contest West Virginia Probably Gone Republican And Delaware Too Making a Loss of Two Senators to the Democrats. i- New York:? New Yobk November 8. The Tribune gays: "Acoording to special returns to the Tribnne the total vote of the state of New York shows pluralities for Cleveland of 80142 and for Harrison of" 91398 giving Harrison a plurality in the state of 10810. These figures agree not entirely with those sent ont at 11 p. m. from New York by the Associated Press. As re' oeived in New York these pluralities for Cleveland footed np 78956. Those for Harrison 90147 giving Harrison a plu rality in the state of 11191. These figures it is believed will not differ widely from the official count. An extra World says: "Chairman Brice of ths democratic national exeou tive committee oonoedes the eleotion of G...

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

eYUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 15 1888 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TiXAB. Entered t the poMofflc as second-claes mtter. Office of publication ft ett Pecan street next to poatoflke. "BTATISJIAH PBBUSHIUtt COMPANY. . A. Elu In T. Pbyob Pirroii Bbowh W. R. Hambt President Vice-Prexldpnt Secretary General Manager HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION DAILY. One Year (Invariably in advance) Six months " " " Three months " " " One month " " " One week " " " CNDAT DAILT. .10 00 . 5 00 . so .. 1 on 25 Twelve months - I; JJ Six months ...... ...... 1 00 WEEKLY. months - Twelve month V."J-o. . Postage free to all parts of the United States Canada and Mexico. Uemlt by draft on Anetin P. O. money order postal note registered letter or express bample opies sent free on application back numbers can besnpplitd. ANNOUNCEMENT. T7MH ALDEHMAN-I am a candidate for Al- derm an of the Seventh ward at the coming election December 3. riunK m. alley Thank heaven Texas at least is safe. The national demooraoy wa...

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

VERY CLOSE West Virginia Not So Bad Eeported Legislature Prob- ably Democratic' as Harrison's Majority in California Washington Items and Other Matters. West Virginia Chablzston W. Va November 12. - Eleotion returns are coming iu very slowly. The repabhoana claim God's eleotion and two congressmen bat cor' reotea returns irom .Lincoln county give Jackson demoorat for congress 890 majority whioh will elect him by a small majority. Fleming demoorat for arov ernor through his attorneys in this oitv has notified the commissioners of Kanawha connty he desires a recount. The re publioans inoreased over 800 votes in this county while the demoorats polled i slight increase over two Tears aero. Sena tor Kenna expressed the belief that the legislature will be demooratio by two or three on joint ballot and feels sanguine of nis return to the United States senate. Governor Wilson will contest the honors with him. California. San Fbanoisoo November 12. Ad ditional returns on the vote for preside...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 15 18S8 ft CITY AND COUSTY. fFROM FRIDAY'S DAILY. For Criminal Libel. Mr. D. G. Murehison proprietor of the Evening Dispatch was arrested last even- inn on a complaint sworn out by George Calhonn charging him with criminal libel of the publication of certain articles in the Dispatch. He was held to answer this morning b fore Jus'ioe Tegener. Larj?3 Potatoes. The largi st and fine-.t sweet potatoes ve hnew D this season were produced on the farm of Mr. Christian Nehring ! twelve miles northeist of Austin .ur. . Nehring is an excellent citizen and a spendid farmer and makes a suocesa 01 whatever he undertakes. amy ne nve long and always prosper. The Furn'.shu K Board. j The capitol furnishing board award the : whole coutract to A. H. Andrews Co. for furniture aud draperies. They are among the largest dealers in the United Slates j and in about ten days will have samples on exhibition at the capitol of their goods. They would ba pleaied at th...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15 1888 a A 4 r y re cured du CO ii e oil ' according to k. niPcrTinMc ...ub nonti Rnrric a KvWiitbui lung mri ui fcaui w m 1 1 .... f FROMPTLrPERFECR- Daisys AfiD DeaLes EveywiIee TkeChas-A-VogelerCo-Balto-Mq MAN'S USEFULNESS. An Estimat3 of the Lord of Crea tion by a Saucy Chicago Dame. A lady who sina herself "Mary Brown" gives in the Chicago Herald an amusing if somewhat eauoy estimate of "man" from a woman's standpoint. She begins by allowing that in the economy of the universe men are necessary and con- tinues "even the sourest spinster must leluotantly admit this. They do the heavy lifting of the world keep its accounts do military service' and hold all the offices worth hav- ing. They make a!l the laws publish most of the newspapers write a good many of the books and soieutifio treatises and monopolize educational facilities and professional opportunities so far as they are able. They don't do so mnou of thiB as they once did. Some o...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 15 1888 6 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. The Exposition Did It. T. hn. Mr. O. C. Johnson of Beloit Wis avnriRAa how he found out what Taylor' Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mullein was ana now einoacious it u in oariug oough colds and oroup. 'A Brilliant Fair. The ladies of St. Mary's congregatioi am nrnnnrincr for a fair to be held iu De comber next. The money whioh they raise will be used to naisn tne ceiling id the ohuroh. Please assist the good cause. Ministerial Association. The Austin Ministerial association will mailt Mondav tin 12th inst. at 10 n. m. in the study of the Tenth street Methodist ohuroh to arrange for thanksgiving serv ices. It ii hoped a full attenciauoe can be seoored. Held to Answer. D. J. Mnrohison proprietor of the Even ing DisDatoh against whom suit was lnsti tuted for orimiual libel by Justice Calhoun w held to answer yesterday in the sum of 200. Be was bound over to the oounty court whioh oonvenes next...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN fHURSDAY ' NOVEMBER 15 1888 To Save Life Frequently requires prompt action. An hour's delay Waiting for the floctor may he attended with serious consequences especially in cases of Croup Pneumonia and other throat and lung troubles. Hence no family should he without a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral which has proved itself in thousands of cases the best Emergency Medicine ever discovered. It gives prompt relief and prepares the way for a thorough cure which is certain to he effected by Its continued use. S. H. Latimer M. D. Mt. Vernon Ga. says: " I have found Ayer's Cherry . Pectoral a perfect cure for Croup in ail cases. I have known the worst cases relieved in a very short time by its ude; and I advise all families to use it in sud- den emergencies for coughs croup &c." A. J. Eidson M.' D. Middletown Te.u. says: "I have used Ayer's Cher.-y Pectoral with the best effect in my practice. This wonderful prepara- tion once saved my life. I had a con- stant ...

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

V AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 15 1888 8 SCRATCHED YEARS I Scaly. Itching Skin Disease uiith Endless Suffering Cured by Cuticura Remedies. If I had know nf the Ci ticiba Rembdiks twenty-el -tot yearn S i w"ld hhV9 !HV"d lue ?JJO (t"'o i finndrwl dollar-) and I an tame.- ionn. .f .u-r;nB. My dieeaee m mencedon my head In a spot not U. 8r than h cent. It spread ra Idly nil over my body and Rot nnd-r my nails. The -chIh. would drop off of rn allthetlm nnd roy Buff'Tintf was ei.dlw and without relief One tlmu-i.nd dollar would nor temut n e to have thl dleeww over aain. 1 am a ..or man but feel rich to be relieved of what onnof thed'K-.tors eald was lejiP By Home rlnj? worm psorlaeis elfi. I tiHiK and r- separlllaa over one year and a naif hut no cure. 1 went to two -r three doctors and no rure. I can- not p alee the rirncriu Kbkiiik too tnun They have made my skin as clear and nee from ncalea as a baby s. All I need of them boieeof Ctrriciiiu and three hott es of ( utilli...

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

AUSTIN QT A HPT? VOL XYIII AUSTIM.TEX AS. THURSDAY MURISLING. NOVEMBER 15 1S88.-PAG 9 TO 7 a SMAM. . ' L2 no i " SAN ANTONIO. Formal Opening of the Fair by "Wire by President Diaz of Mexico. Distinguished Mexicans Present With the Famous Band. Telegraphers' Strike. Special Telegram to The Statesman. San Antonio November 13. The open- ing day of the San Antonio international fair was greatly marred by heavy rain and deep mud. Five thousand people how- ever were on the grounds when Mr. J. 8. Alexander president of the association . uflloially inaugurated the great industrial enterprise in whiohAmerioa and Mexioo are nssooiated. The formalities were brief and pleasant. The Mexican national bund of fifty pieces gave spirit to . the scene. At 12 o'clook there were present: Dootor Orceins of the Mexioan consulate Son Antonio; Secretary Martinez in charge of the Mexioan exhibits; Judge Reyes of the Mexoaa supreme bench and other distin- guished representaives of the bister repub- lic . Gen...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 15 1883 i v.-' I I i i WEEKLY STATESMAN. ATIST1S. TKXA8. Entered at the poetoffice as eecond-claM mutter. Office of publication Wett i'ecan etreet next to poetoffke. ""bTATBSMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. a Prealdent rrnu Rhdx. - twcreiary W. K. Bambx General Manager HATE3 OF &C11SCRIPTION. DAILT. One Year (Invariably In advance) 10 J Btx month. " " " J A". .. 1 VIM " SUNDAY DAU.T. . . ..l . Twelve monthe ?! UlVUHtl .("""' WZKELT. months - Twelve months. v.".' V c.JlT Postage free to all pari 01 mo l iuutu o. Canada and Mexico. VTT.7. ntin. P. O. monev order. Doetal note roistered letter or express. Sample iopleeaent free on application. Back numbers can neeupputu. Twelve Pages. ' THE INTERNATIONALS. Is modern society incladiog the conn tries of Europe and the United States resting on a volcano that may at any time burst forth into eruption? Bach is the import of an interview in the dispatches this morning with Inspector Bonneld of Chicago. E...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15 1S88 11 MYSTERIOUS CRIMES A Beview of Bloody Horrors Here In the City. Austin Detectives and London Detectives on the Same Level. Will the Mystery Ever Clear Away? The mysterious Whilechapel murders continue in London and the great dnily papers letm with vivid cablegrams giving all the details. The accounts call up the many mys- terious mnrders which have been com- mitted in this city and which like the Whiteohapel or imes have baffled all efforts of the detectives to bring the guilty par- ties to justice. THE FIB3T OBIME. The first horrible crime which startled this oommunity happened along in the fall of the year of 1863. An old German living on First street just this side of the old government bar- racks was found one morning in his room with his head split open and his body hor- ribly mangled. Ee lived alone and had been murdered for his money. This was evident as his trunk was open and its ooutents scattered over the floor. The old ...

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

12 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN HIURSDAY NOVEMBER JH 1SS8 . STOCK NOTES. rathe rod From tho Newspapers Publishod in the Range Country. h.pinont and Sato of Cattle Tho St. Louia Cattlemen Con ventionThe IIO! Market. Caulo r.re ia bmanl hi.ro n Austin only by tho biitahure. ami tlii. ie buying xouvj vtry 'it stock ju-tt now t $l2fri)$lfi per hond. Frtl matkitis are mi bo plenti- ful fiud h.)gs OHri lmrt)!y bo oliiiiilied. C.IM'lllUO ( Uill H Nuim linis. .' ippi-d t tiirty ?nr3 of oattle to mm kht 'Vcii&Oii Juy. Job aott'oTi if liipp-il i fteen oar- luadi of c.i't'u to i.'tiiu.jo 1 !.i -day. '7. O. 1 on!e shipped n nailo-i.) of horses to tho 'territory Tlin.-siir j. McKen.ie N-prSauor i fil n shipped twelve. OHri ot tvittle to Cbiongo thia week. Cuttle trn.lin lins bom nt h standstill tlin woek; I'riMIt' an? hero liu' owners and buyer hov n.il in their time buying tele s;nim from York an J Iudiana. Vests Mini-) sixty tu w.ivwity pounds sold in St. I ouis l:tt wk nt from 90 oiUts to f 1 ...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY " STATESMAN. VgLjg.n AUSTIH.TEXAS. THURSDAY MURHIHG. NOVEMBER 99 l.9RP...Pflc . 1 m . 1 1 HORRIBLE An Alabama Doctor and Lawyer Fight a Duel With Knives. 'They Fight id a Dark Boom. Both Slain --Their Bodies Dreadfully Butchered. B.BMiNOi.AM. AIn.. November 14. Some tiuie ngo Doctor K ibert Nabors residing 85 aioui uv'.uiu luis biace employed vv. w. rJhortritigB lswyor. 'o oolleot a few olaims against delin juer t patients. The returns wore not satwi aivory and the men qnar- rejoa ouii I'iu wu witnout coming to blows. Word 1 m; just reaohed here that i.t-M.fl.t.vh...ii.Hi....JDroKniDmwI'oln lne shadow of the ' " "'"S" oinoe ana inu woumib oroue oat again Thoy filially ticvoD!-; to figbt with bowie lanvea tn a dacketicl room Just off from the office. kemowng their coats and sl.oes the nun entered the room and for :;Ht bliudly btu desperately for nearly txu unutes. Tho duel was one of the aiost vicious evur known in Alabama. j-eraons living i'j the lower story heard a no...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY NOVEMBER 22 1883 "WEEKLY STATESMAN. AT78T1N. TKXAS. Entered at the poetofllce aa eecond-cliiea mutter. Office of publication Weet Pecan street next to poetcflke. 8TATBSMAN PBBUbHINO COMPANY. L. A. Ellib Prenldent 1KB T. Pbtob Vlce-PreBldent Pbttok Browm - Secretary W. K. Hambt General Manager RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILT. One Tear (Invariably In advance) t0 00 Biz montha " " " 5 00 Three months " " " 2 60 One month " M " . 1 00 One week " " " U BUKDAT DAILY. Twelve montha... t 00 Blx months 1 00 WKKKLT. months ........... $0.75 Twelve months Poetane free to all parts of the United States Canada and Mexico. Kemlt by draft on Austin P. O. money order postni note re uttered letter or express. Sample oplea sent free on application. Back numbers can be supplied. ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR ALDEHMAN I am a candidate for Al- derman of the Seventh ward at the coming election December 8. Fhank M. Alley. Pbesidio oounty gave Rose for govern or 432 votes and Martin cone....

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 22 18S8 HOUSTON. A Liyely Shooting Affray Be- tween the City Marshal and Another Officer. Fatal Accident at Yoakum Fire - i at Overton State Items by Wire. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Houston November 17. Quite an up roar was created on Travis street be- tween Capitol and Rusk this morning about 4 o'olook and the report of several shots fired in rapid succession brought several persons to the soene. It proved to be a difficulty between City Marshal Jack White and Polioeman MoEenner Perkins in which both parties had used their pis tols. Perkins was arrested and carried to the station house this morning. He was tried before H. D. Johnson and placed under a $500 bond on a oharge of assault to murder. A reporter interviewed Captain White this morning and gleaned from him the following statement of the origin of the diffloulty: "I met Perkins this morning shortly before 3 o'clook in front of Stude's store on Preston street. He was under t...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATES3IAX fHTRSDAY NOVEMBER 22 1SSS CITY AM) COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY S DAILY. Very Much Sweetness. Mr. Galen Crow a member of the peni- tentiary board has exhibited tome eam- plei of very fine sugar made this year on the Haritm plantation. He thinks the convicts down there this year will make a million pounds ot scgsr besides a great quantity of molasses. Terry's Texas Rangers. The annual reunion of the above named famoas company ill be held in Houston Wednesday December 13 lr""?. A cor dial invitation t-D atund is extended to all ranger. Arrangements Till be made for redaced rates on the railroads. All papers friendly to the tld organization are re quested to make notice of tne meeting The Woods are Full. The woods are f nil of able bodied patriot who are willing to sacrifice tbemselTea for office and the blessed coanty commis aioners are appalled and seriously con- template throwing np the sponge and retiring to the shades of private life to emerse theretrom no more l...

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

AUSTDi WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 22 1SSS BILL AND THE BABY How a Texas Stockman "With Watery Eyes Watched a Domestio Incident a Pullman Car An Affecting Story Told in Barely Natural Language. in I bev alias bed a good opinion uv the wimmin folks. I don't look at 'em some people do; nv coarse they're a neoes sity just as men are. Uv oonrae if there warn't no wimmin folks there wouldn't b no men tolas leastwise that's what the mediku books say. But I never wuz mnoh on disoussin' humin economy; what I hev anas tnongnt an said woz that wimmin folks wuz a kind of luxury 'ud the best kind too. Maybe it's because I haint had mucn to do with 'em that I'm sot on 'em JNertr did get real well acquainted with more'n three or four uv 'em in all mv life seemed like it wnz meant that I should'nt hev 'em round me as most men hev Mother died when I was a little tvke. an! Ant Mary raised me till I wuz big enufl to make my own livin'. Down here in the southwest you oan see most uv the girls...

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

i I AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAX THURSDAY. KOVEMBER 22 1883 j CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SATURDAY'S DAILT.l A Buster. And now crimen Mr. 8. C. Inman who has raised a sweet 'tutor which will be hard to beat. It measures inohes in cir- comferenoe and welghb 13 pounds 11 ounces. Mr. Iaman lives northwest of the city some miles. Road Improvement Bonds. It was the talk on the streets yesterday that a bill will be presented to the next legislature to authorize the oitiz-ns of Travis ooanty to vote on a $200000 bonded debt for mao idamized roads and bridges in this county. Precinct No. 7. Thk Statesman in its published list of preoinot ofliot-r acoiuontly omitted the names of Mr. Winston Meyers and John Cox candidates for justice of the peace ia precinot No. 7. Mr. Meyers reoeived 42 votfs and Mr. Cox' SO and the oouuty commissioners duly declared Mr. Meyers elected. Much Sorrow Brewing. To bet or wager on the renal t of an eleo tion in this city is positively "agin" the law. This being the case the...

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

AUSTDi WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 22 18S8 RELIGIOUS NEWS. Precept in Righteous Living from the "World's Good Men. The Harvest Fields Are Wide and White and Ripe and Await the Harvesters. The heaviest of all burdens is a heavy heart. Patient waiting is often the highest way of doing God's will. The pilgrimage to the Holy Land Btarts on the next anniversary of the birth of Washington. Faith travels in an unseen traok to honor and glory; neither shall anything turn her aside. The oost of the spires on St. Fatriok's Cathedral New York is aboct $200000 of whioh $120000 has already been contrib- uted. The estimated Catholio population in England and Wales is 1354000; in Scot- land 326000; in Ireland 8961000; total 5641000. (Superstition and fanaticism shall not be gratified by either voioe or dream bnt yet "the way of the righteona shall be made plain." A recently deceased Gatholio of Grand Rapids Mioh. left $60000 to the bishop t1 r.hb T)1aoa tn fnnnrl nn nrnhnn ..nlnm Bishop Ei...

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

4CSTLN WEEKLY STATESMAN THITSDAY. NOVEMBER 22 1533 histo aw J L 1 . Mi fl. bit fcVH la t-iperior etwiKace proven la nililoas o! tittc-m ttn iirr of ceatn-y. It la z"i or ta Ciiwi s'aM fcorrsavat. En--lrsed -ytheijvy of the i-i: L'ai "en'.tues i th syr. P;r t es! mots Healthful. Ir. f"r;.i' Cms Biaz Pow i-t does a eoataaa Ann wU. L'.t Aiuro. so oaiylaeaas. PICB BAKING POW0SS;tO. si to ax caicaoo rr. tons ED ;U3ALS A r-ic-rltel an til lio'eWi Frirf7 Xo!(iyt V' Jkm mr tappiwe fur ttt litVf. deaf and das. i-il r.'.iid irlidi f r the t cfcatgaea-teg i s-abm 1 Ira. B.d. opened is ' O Citi rraiardit Difravr 1 I- U 'he present f :t d of aaaazerso; :- r-apeetive as? lata. Ta r i-jufMZ B-tiilrB ar id: LUN'ATI'; Ail LI" 1. Fmk bee? beet In market free of ntk or nir.k to ftid-Lvered it sata Urr.e lad place ltd i i S-;-aU 'jlU'tlii M deired; !. i3ld bA'va ( rf aide: poinds lard; poand t& k n t .bto two-ouire Duraam: j p-jands ci.t tea: .'' pn'i er.ff-e. Kio: pund ciV. Louisiana ; 3 'J.: ynaa...

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