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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 25 October 1883

5 The ladies and art exhibition at the fair is one of the lest ever Been in Texaa. ; TrtE Critic, of Corpus Christi, re port deep water prospects at Aran sas p;iss as good. The growlers kept iuiet yesterday. They were afraid of being entered in the list of donkeys. The photographers have inaugu rated a contest for fair honors. The true artist will get away with them. Prohibition as a political issue is about -gone up the spout." What will the fanatics turn their attention to now? . The St. l'aul Globe thinks, Mas sachusetts and Ohio being Demo cratic, the Republican shop had just as well be closed. A minister who had passed around the hut unsuccessfully at a country church, in Arkansas, said : "Sly good piioplo, hog cholera has broke out in this neighborhood and I advise you all to leave the country." The New York cotton men have resolved to erect a new cotton ex change. It will be an eight-story building, situated on Beaver, William and Tearl streets, to cost 8500,000. Stak-gazers ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 25 October 1883

DEPIBTXEMT NOTES. ' 3IOM AV. fcTATE DEPALTIENT. The charter of the Dimitt Pasture company capital stock S-.OU.OOO was liled Yesterday. U. D. Sullivan, Jos. E. Sullivan, E. 11. Ilachal, A. P. Ka chal, 1. C. It'iehal, Henry Scott, Jas. F. Scott, John C. Herring and 11. Dod dridge are mimed as incorporators. Also, charter of the Brazos Cattle company, of Fort Worth capital stock SluO.OOO. Incorporators: AV. A. Stinson, M. A. Garner and Jerome Harris. Also, amendment to the charter of the Northwest Texas Horse company, increasing the capital from $100,000 to 8150,000. comptroller's department. The assessment rolls of 155 out of the 170 organized counties of Texas show an increase so far in the taxable values of the state of S'J5,Sj5,473. Estimate the other 15 counties $4,500, 000, and 55 unorganized counties $8, 000.0U0, and we have 107,858,473 as the probable increase in property val ues this year over last year's assess ment, which in figures approximated 8420,000,000. This would give...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 25 October 1883

V r V DELMUTAEVl.' AOIES. CABS FOB COLOr.ED PEOPLE. The following correspondence on this subject has transpired between Gov. Ireland and (Joi. Iloxie, rt-pre- nentine the Gould roads in this state: St. Louis, Oct. 16. 1883. Hit Excellency, John Ireland, Governor of Texas, Austin, Tex. : My Dear Sir During my absence your letter of beptembtr 16 was re ceived at my oflice, and its receipt vras acknowledged by my secretary. ''Uflon my return I take opportunity at the earliest moment to answer the ' same. In so doing I beg to enclose first, a letter from our general transporta tion manager, giving his views on the subject, and after consultation with his superintendents, you will nete he says: "Our business would not J us til y the running of an extra coacli, even if we had the extra equipment to do bo;" but notwith standing the fact that we expect to abide by the law, yet, from the de . cision or the United States supreme court which was promulgated yester day, and which was published ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 25 October 1883

8 THE STATESMAN, AUSTIN. TEXAS. DEPARTMENT XOTE. WEDNESDAY. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Governor Ireland ha3 written more fn i n.l noiatedlv in reply to Mr. Iluxie on the subject of providing t emirate cars rot colorea peopie, wna a view of LringiDr the management of the Gould lino to a better under at;i:idiu of hi position in the matter. The t'ovcrnor, it is understood, takes the position that the civil rights - decision really makes no change in th'j relative rights of the white and colored people as affected by the ques tion of states rights. A3 the execu tive of tho state, it was equally his duly to look after the interests of the colored people as well as those of the white persons; and, inasmuch, as the decision of tho supreme court seemed to relegate tho colored people more strongly than before, to the consider ation and care of the states, and the people of the South, h waa now dis . posed to insist more strenuously upon so:ne provision for their better accom modation upon the rai...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 November 1883

HOMES IN TEXAS BESOURCES OF BCRSET COUNTY History of Pioneer Life Compared with Peaceful Industries. Tepegraphleal, Historical ana De eriptlve Pen-Sketches, Inelad. r ( the Buiaru Pni-salts of the Cltlsem Population or Burnet Ab Aathontle Heview or the Advantages and I'ndeveloped Be- oareea of tho County I'nnanal MarTaee Indications or Petro leant The Flne-t Marble For --nation and the Richest Iron Ore la Ahandanee reat Water Pow er or Marble Falls-Adaptability for V arm Ins and Stock-BaUdac Vatore Oatlook for Pre-eminence la Hlneral Wealth-Healthful esa of the Climate Character' latlea or the People. WBITTKN BY EDWIN E. OVERALL, HISTOBIAH OF TBXAS TOWNS ADO COUNTIES. Oopyrlght, 1883, by Edwin 15. Ovenill. " BDBIET COCSTY Derives its name from David G Bur net, the first president of the 1 public of Texas, and was organized i 1852. At an election held on the first Mon day in August of the same ye;ir, at (he residence of Mr. Harrston, cn the creek of that name, the following offi cers...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 November 1883

Thoyal iscwt j "a J ' -lis mm sotutelyiurei Tills powder never varies. A marvel of pu rltv. Htrvnirth anil wliolesomeness. More ecoiiomicuftlian the ordinary kinds, and can not be old In competition with the multitude i'f low tent, short weight, alum or phosphate ovdtrs. bold only v in can, hoiai. dauku I'OWDKitCO., 106 We vail street, ew York. THE GEO. WOODS' Are the finest in TONE. Are the finest In DESIGN. Are the finest in WOHKMANSHIP. Bend for catalogue with music free. Geo. Woods' Company 608 Washington Street, Boston, Mass. AFFORDING BUiVJ FOR BOTH NERVE AM MUSCLE. Strengthening!iivtgorslinfr Fattening. .OLDEN'S LIQUID BEEF TONIC pronounced by scores of phy- slciuns, and by thousands of people mho have used it, to be the best known remedy for Debility, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Lost of Appetite, 1ms of Flesh, Lung Complaints, Female Weakness, Gastric Irritability, Ma larial Fever and many otlurr diseases where tonics are required d ifferlng essentially from all other Beef Foods...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Whites and Kegroes on Trains. Galveston News.) The correspondence between Mr. Iloxie and Governor Ireland shows a business manager studious to comply with the law, but at the same time to do the best possible for his company's interest. In the final decision as to providing separate cars for whites and negroes there can be no doubt that a certain amount of railroad com petition, as well as a knowledge of the value of acting in harmony with a liberal public spirit, will have influence. The same cores pondence shows the governor to be solicitous for preserving the peace and amenities of life and procuring the removal of a cause or irritation. There are two very distinct recom- Tnerv'ntinna mailn bv the COVemOr. First, that separate cars shall be pro vided; second, that where this is not done immediately, the company shall see that better diligence is obseryed to prevent negroes from occupying the same seats with whites. There can be but little nuestion th...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. " A female of our color.' The Straight-out Republicans of Virginia are increasing in, voting strength. Opinion has settled down to the fact, that, while others contributed, the Prohibitionists made certain Demo cratic success in Ohio. Governor Cleveland estimates the Democratic majority, at the ap proaching November election In New York state, at from 50.000 to 75,000. Ohio. Republican politicians say that they will henceforth fight the Prohibitionists.who have shown them selves bo bitterly hostile in the cam paign. The Ohio election seems to have destroyed what chances John W. Book- . . i i - m v-: -.1 i. 1 waiter ever nan oi uuiug eieuueu United States senator. Senator Pen dleton's only active competitor is Dur bin Ward. Tub success of Ohio Democrats makes them think there is great in justice in the constitutional provision that both president and vice president cannot be chosen from the state. When ofllce is in view all Ohioans are alike. Wendell Phi...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 November 1883

mm f ROYAL MS.",? 7k ij fllf Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marirel of pu Tlty, strength anil wholesomcness. More economical than Hie ordinary kinds, and can not be sold in competition with the multitude n( low test, short w.'lL-lit, alum or phosphate powuers. noiuoniyin Hold only icans. Royal Baking fOWDER CO, , 106 Wall street. New York. KIDICUIiOfH IDEAS ARB KKTEBTAINBED APOCT PURfJATIVES, IT IS DANGEROUS TO 8COUKOE THE STOM ACH TO RASP THE BOWEIJJ, TO PROSTRATE THE KERVOVS SYSTEM, WITH FURIOUS KVACV ANTS. NATURE HAS GIVEN A SAMPLE, IN THE FAMOUS SKLTZRR SPRING, OF WHAT THE BILIOUS, CONSTIPATED OR DYSPEPTIC SYS TEM NEEDS FOR ITS RESTORATION, AND IN Tarrant'a Eirervmrent Mrltzer Aper- tent SCIENCE HAS IMPROVED ON NATURE COMBINING ALL THE VALUABLE INGREDI ENTS OF THE GERMAN FOUNTAIN IN A PORT ABLE FORM. THIS AGREEABLE AND POTENT SALINE ALTERATIVE CHANGES THE CONDI TION OF THE BLOOD AND PURIFIES ALL THE FLUIDS OF THE BODY. SOLD BY ALL DRUG GISTS. rfflSTETT In chronic d...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. A.U8TIN. TEXAS. The Atkinson bequest to Vander bilt university is to be contested. Tins nullification of the civil rights bill is chargable alone to Republicans. Stir up a darkey, if you want the air filled twith odors exhilarating to radical politicians. The political canvass in Virginia waxes hot, and the indications point to the defeat of Mahone. Ben Butler says he will be a dele- ge to the Democratic presidential fc convention; ana that is not all he hopes to be. Ik the supreme court decision only affected people "of our color," it would make but little difference with the politicians. Evidently Tilden wants his presi dential mantle transferred to McDon ald. That Watterson booms the latter shows how the old man feels about it. Bob Ingersoll is doing what he can to vitalize an Issue regarding civil rights. Other radicals, in both pur ties, will agitate the question, all hop ing thereby to gain the support of negroes. Mucn excitement exists at Quebec over an alleged...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 November 1883

I' I - THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Press Telegrams. Adopted. Columbus, Ohio. Oct. 27. Gov. Foster to-day issued his proclamation. declaring the judicial amendment 3doMei. " Returned to Work. TKAnsas City. Oct. 27. The re maining disaffected switchman re turned to work this morning. The strike caused bat little inconvenience. Gold. New Yobk, Oct 27. The steam ship Fulda brought 109,000 in gold bars to British North America, 10, 000 to L. Von Hoffman & Co., and 615,000 francs to Ilerdeldbach & Jen kelheimer. Refused. Albany, N. Y., Oct. 27 The jury in the Carroll divorce case refused the application of ex-Mayor Nolan in be half of his daughter for a divorce, on the ground that her husband has com mitted adultery. A 81,000,000 Fire. Philadelphia, Oct. 27. Advices from Jamaica state that part of An tonio was almost entirely destroyed by fire October 18, caused by the care less handling of a lamp. Losses over $1,000,000. Working for lien. San Francisco, Oct. 27. The shoe makers...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIW. TEXAS. HEPATOZOXEJ Dr. Tobln'i Great Liver Medicine. Cares diseases of The Lircr la all Its Various Forms. Such as Dyspepsia, Headache, Neural gia, Water Brash, Constipation, or any Irregularity of the Bowels. This is a combination of Saline and vegetable materials, and contains no mercury or any drastic vegetable ca thartic, such as mandrake and aloes, and is far superior in its action, as it never debilitates or produces any un pleasant effects, it will remove all dis eases incidental to a disordered state of the liver and is therefore recom mended in all liver complaints. It will act thoroughly on the liver in from two to four hours time and does not produce nausea or griping pains in the bowels. Deaf and Dumb Asylum. ( Austin, Tex May 8, 1882. J Dm. J. J. & W. U. Tobln: Dear tiirs Your Hepatozone has had a rather extended trial in this In stitution, among oQlcers and pupils; it has proven a safe and certain reme dy in affections of the liver. It is als...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 8 November 1883

Tup rf-siilt in Virginia is still uu- known. LIaynakd. In New York, fails fur behind bia ticket Democratic sr-mtphers were active yesterday in New York. Teleouapiiic news is scarcest al- Tvays when it is most in demand. It is not safe to put up your money lan the acts of New York City Demo crats. , 1 T7no will represent the fence cut- tern at the approaching session of the legislature? Tilden and Hendricks clubs are being forinel in nearly all the leading: towns of Illinois: and yet the old man is not a presidential factor. Two Mormon missionaries in Mis sissippi have been arnsteu lor va grancy. They have plenty of money, and a test cose will be made of the afTair. Some of the Keley motor stockhold ers are ngain applying It gal screws to the inventor, and it is said they are determined now to have information or blood. It is now known that inhalation of bisulphide of iron will produce in sanity. Its use in destroying insects In the vineyards of California has demonstrated this as a ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 8 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. ' M. 1 ... . ii-inon ei.lrivilTA i lUEvote oa mu bill in the lower house of the Wash- . . . . ..,..., r ,, ' InRton Territory legislature w as Tour-, teen to seven. I The Examiner endorses what The Statesman las said of Maj. Dorn, and thinks him the man for the place he seeks at Washington. TnE condition of the iron trade is at last convincing soma of the iron manufacturers of I'ennsylvama that protection is a curse, rather than a blessing. It is understood tho cattle men will hold a meeting in Austin during the coming session of . the legislature. Wonder if they have a bill prepared for its consideration. There will bo 401 electoral votes next year, of which 201 will be nec essary to the election of a president of the United States. The Southern states will have 153. A "Solid fc'outh" aid forty-eight other votes will elect. Geo liar a provides pensions for dis abled Confederates. One hundred dollars is allowed for the loss of the leg above the knee ; $...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 8 November 1883

,l - "Tore my Glesloralion to Health and Beaitly to the CUTICURA REMEDIES." f TutlfTKmiM of bottoa lad. D ISF '.IXO Humors. Humillatlne EniD- thns. itohlnir Tortures. Scrofula. Salt Jiherm and Infantile Humors cured by the Cutiiura Hemedh'S. Tifler, cleanses the blood and perspiration ( impurities and poisonous elements, and thus removes the cause. Cntleora. the great Skin Cure, instantly al lays Itching and Inflammation, clears (.lie skin and Scalp, heals Ulcers and Sores, and restores the Hair, Cutlenra Moap, an exquisite Skin lieantl fler and Toilet fceoinsite, prepared from Cuti cura, is indispensable In treating Skin Diseases, Baby Humors, Skin Kleniisl:es, Sunburn, ami Jlough, Chapped or Creasy Skin. Ccura Rcmrillr are absolutely pure and tu .only real Wood 1'nriliers and Skin lieautl tfree from mercury, arsenic, load, zlci other mineral or vegetable poison what i 11 trfromifrA tli iitirf uh Tier rn (In usuo" uescnption 01 me cures periormeu uy me uttcura Kesoivent mtoriiaiiy ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 8 November 1883

7 ' i : I ) THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. The McDonald boomers remain ac tive. Next Tuesday the elections take place. McDonald sees no reason for breaking a politicians neck on the color line. Jay-Eye-Sue has not, in his last pciformances, kept up his wonderful reputation. Mahone's organs are advocating the election of Mr. Randall to the speakership. Thk first barbed wire fence was fence was erected in 1861, near Da- TCDport, Iowa. There are eight hundred students in attendance on the Illinois universi ty, one-fifth of them females. Pig-Iron Kelley returns from abroad improved in health, and a more pig-headed protectionist than ever. Gen. Neal Dow says that the prohibitionists of Maine have made up their minds to break with the Re publican party. Some of the Republican organs are trying to account, in advance of the election, for the defeat of the Repub lican ticket in New Jersey. Gov. Butler never uses the word editor without saying "red nosed edi tor." The editors ought to retalia...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 8 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. DEPABTMEJiT 2X0TES. TATE DEPA11TMENT. Th following is the list of dele- - gates apDOinted bv the governor to - . . 1 .... ti i : tionof America, which will meet at Yicksburg, Miss., Nov. 21. Other ap pointments will be made soon to nil vacancies: Anderson Ben Parker. Atascosa Mr. Bobbins. Austin N. Cochran, K. Collins. Banderia Chas. Montague. Bastrop Dan Grady, J. O. Higgins. Baylor II. S. Melvin. Bee L. S. Roberts. Bell Geo. C. Pendleton. Bexar J. W. Judson, E. H. Cun ningham. Bosqus Richard Kimble. John Xnight. Bowie W. W. Dilliard, T. II. Len az. Brazoria M. S. Munson, Geo. O. Jarris. . Brazos J. P. Avers, Jas. P. Mitch- I Burleson A, S. Broadus. II. K. I "White. Caldwell S. Barnett, Jacob Ellison. Callahan C. W. Merchant, E. L. Huffman. Cameron J. R. Lathram. Camp John A. Tapp, J. B. Davis. Cass S. A. Wadloy, J. II. Sniper. Chambers Jas. Jackson, Joe La fare. Cherokee B. B. Reagan, J. B. Long. Collin W. A. Rhea, S. D. Halter. Colorado James Frazear...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 8 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. The Louisville exposition will close next week. Yellow fever has disappeared at IMazatlan, but at San Bias it is raffing violently. The Waco Day denominates Doris' international circus a "legal tender show. It is good in all its parts." It has been decreed that the Chi nese must go, but they are coming in from the North west in great numbers, The Czar of ltussia, in ordering Count Tolstoi to draw up a constitu tion, contemplates, no doubt, the drawing up of all who claim liberty under it. rnEsiDENT Arthur is said to have been, in his younger days, an ac complished jig dancer and banjoist. A little after this time, next year, he will be dancing off on his ear. Proposals for the erection of the world's exposition building at New Orleans call tor a structure to give 1,000,000 square feet of exhibition space, and to cost not more than $250,- 000. ' The Mormons have gained a strong foothold on the Sandwich Islands. Is said there are now nearly 4000 Mor mons ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 8 November 1883

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. Tt-XAS. rcatli of Cnpt. J Htlym. Capt. Josseiyn. 'twt nf ':it known nxm : i:--' slat of Ti v-'s. died in this city .Sunday nigt.t. at'l-r ; brief illness, ili: was Lorn ini'-.n broke. Plymouth county. Vt., Detain ber 1, A. I). 1810. At the age of four years he removed to oodstocfc, t. tMl remained there until nineteen v rs of iiife. when he went t Yir ginia. At tlie a;jj of twenty-one he ' was licensed to practice law at. W in Chester in that state, by Judges Tucker. Scott and Field Went to Mississippi in WM and settled at Ox ford; was a member of the legislature from Lafayette county in In'M-M; was appointed district attorney iy (iov. McViitt: moved to J lolly Springs, Miss., in 1840; represented Marshall county in 1843 41; volun teered as a nrivate in Jell' Davis' reg lment in the Mexican war. After the battle of Monterey was coinrai.s- sioned by President i'olk as assistant commissary of subsistance, with the rank of captain in the regular army; resigned af...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 8 November 1883

(C royal sv:i:3 1 J . Kip' Absolutely Pure. Thii nnwiliT npv.-r vnries. A marvel of Iju r-y, RtreiiKth ami wliolesiimeiis. Mure . oiioiiikaltliaii the ordinary kiwis, and can n,it l. sold In comtictiUon with thu nuiltitiiile ) low test, short w'ii;lit, alum or phosphate t .iwdi-rs. Sold only in cans. Kdyal. ItAKINO 1 ovvijkhCo.. too Wall street. New York. FINANCIAL. T OXEV. The subwriher is In a position to J irive loans over real estate on lonir tnni' ami liny laml notes, to any amount, at the cur rent rates. It. 1.. HItOWN, Mortgage lianki-r, j 'i i-.asi reran sirei-i, aunuii. j-. w. uox iM-L'U-d&vMli) OSTEITE CELIBATED J Tlioiich shaken In every joint anil lilier with fvw mid iiiriip. or lifiaius rennlti'iit. the sy tern may yet he freed Iron; the malignant virus with HuKtftter's Stomach Hitters. J'rolect the system axalust it with this ,t'!ii'lui iit ant spasmodic whieh Is furtlH-riiiilr'! t .i.iiproiiio rem -dy fur Iivit roinplamt, eons' ipftUou, ii; X'Pin- debility, rheuma...

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