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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 June 1885

Dr. C. B Stoddard DENTIST AUSTIN - - - TEXAS. Tartles living out of the city will plaare make their aiKitntmPDls by telegraph or mat a few days hi advance. TIN WEEKLY VOL. XIII. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 4. 188. s a NO.. 37. STATE SM AN AITS - - J -'J w 8 in THE WONDER OF HEALING! CUBES CATAKEH EHSTJMATISM 1TST7- EALGIA. PILES. WOTTOTiS. BTTWNff. XTT.ur. CEEHAGES FEMALE COMPLAINTS &c. usea lmernauy a: Jucternalhi. Jfrices 50c.. . en niiu evtmwnere. POND'S EZTEACT CO. 76 6th Ave. IT. 7. For Sale by Geo. B. Lucas & Co.. aus: in fTi x. BAILEH SAUM : APERIENT CuresAdd StOfriilc-h-Sil-lf Stnm.rt. Constitiation. Biliousness. Cmihi... ncss Indipest.or Heartbvrt. H-ad;iche Water-brash. oa tY all (iciucra fur Co cert ' . SENSIBLE .WNG MIR A. well known vnn - J "fc i; -1:11. had I born paying speoaf attention to the charms of a young' 'ady wpo .u juii rmcrgca irom peU ;t sickness made the folio..? -r mark: . female beauty bound in morocco can be obtain "1 by the use cf in- glish Fema...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 June 1885

THE STATliviANc AUSTIN. TEXAS. U RATES OF STJBSCIUPTION' TKatea of Subscription to Dally i Daily per annum ll paid in advance.. ..$10.00 per monUa -. 1.00 f Sample copies sent free on application. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. Wm. P. Uainks President and Manager. fore THURSDAY. . JDNE 4 1885 Let us hope ended. the heavy raina. are "Was it not intended that the Texas capital Bhoiild be built of Texas ma- terial? Rebel Kiel Is after all so small a man that he may le caught rabbit whion in a'hoose. The best; fanners report their crops in fine condition except where the land has been badly washed by the heavy rains. The Illinois Legislature is under- taking to pass a law preventing fraud- ulent immoral or commercial adver- tisements under color of medicine or surgery. - . Col. FlNLYof Galveston was named by the mayor to the city attorneyship but the council refusal to conform and Mr Stubbs holds on like grim death to the place. It is thought that by th9 time Sec- retary "Whitney gets...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 June 1885

era TO THE POINT. Jr SwearlnceiTs tetter to the Presi- dent of the Loaiaiana Board of Health. In a circular from the Health De- Jartment of Texas dated Austin Liy 27.1885 Dr. It. M. Swearingen State Health Officer addresses some pretty plain talk to Hon. Joseph Holt M. D. the Pre ldent of the Hoard of Health of Louisiana. It seems that this board has adopted a new set of rules tor the treatment and government of vessels in qu tr- antitie. Dr. Swearingen enters an earnest protest againat their enforce- ment. Two of the rules are as follows: 1st persons from suspected places shall be detained for a period -of live days from the hour of departure; 2d persons from infected places for seven days from the haur of departure. Dr. Swearin?en argues that live a-d seven days detention ountinar the numb:-r of days consumed in the voy- age from a yellow fever port is prac- tically no detention at all; and means a free pasport and absolute abolish- ment of quarantine as regards per- sons He shows...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 June 1885

Wm. Walsh Co Austin TW UN MA.XUFA.C HIRERS OF LIME AND IMI'OHTKHH OF Portland and Kosedale Cement Plaster and Hair Fire 01 tied Drain I'ipe and all Material. Hriek. Fire Clay kinds of Hulking C ' Mi KISIIKK M. U. T. H. BKAGO M. D Drs. Eishr & Bragg Uoskkopathic Physicians A.ND Hukokons Congress Avenue Austin Tex. Bpeclal attention to operative S'irgery Sur- real Dlscaaesol Women and Difficult Chronic t ases. Professional visits made to neltfhbor- Mtt towns l'atients treated at a distance and Homoeopathic medicines sent to any address uy mail or express. TEffiPLTON EYE-WATE8 A Positive and Certain Cure for SORE EYES Of all diseases. Never falls and restores iulitwlieu m.t entirely destroyed. Jt i-a's tbe liilii-.! testimonials of elllcacy and Us certainty is beyond dispute. Parties can have it st?nt to tlicni anywhere In the United mates. Address all communications to Madame E. F. Duke No. IIS K. llois d'Arc St. Aujtln Tex;-s. The DR. II A K LAN Medicated Baths cur al chronic dis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 June 1885

4 A WOMAN AVOUNDKD. By an Assaattln'rf liullct-More Noc turnal Crlms. Yesterday moraine a little before 4 o'clock a colored servant girl named Jane Colt man employed in the family lot Trof. Tdllichttof the State Univen slty in JNoith Austin was tired on and wounded by seme unknown mis creant. Ine woman w& lying near Ahe wirldow.which was slightly raised land the fiend was able to pat the mux 9 wtx ff Kta iirainin wit Viin i fuur f Lit rf the sleeping victim. The ball was a largo one forty-two calibre and en- tering her left arm between the wrist and elbow passed into the breast lnllictinir a vcrv painful but I not fatal wound. Dr. Wooten was J culled in and extracted tho ballet and at last account the girl was resting easily. She Is unmarried and ilfl O I.... J'J ...... w n 1 .1 Her screams when shot aroused the master of the house who seising a pistol advanced toward her apartment As he opened thee oor a bullet wh:z- tad past his head ann buried itself in the wall not four feet...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 4 June 1885

TtEIE STATiiUANc AUSTIN. TEXAS.' - KATKSJ OF .SCIISCRfPTtON' Ktea or Subscript! ;ii to Dally I Dally per annum tl paid in advance.... 1 10.00 per montlf. 1-00 Sample copies sent tree on application. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO.. Wai. P. Gaines President and Manager. THURSDAY. JUNK 4 1885 ADDRESS OF JUDiEA. W.TERRELL " Kcfure the Literary Societies OF THE UMVEBSITY OF MISSOURI AT COLUMBIA JUNK 1 1883. LAW El AND GENTLEMEN : The vessel which alter a long and utormy voyage to distant shores re- turns to the port whence it sailed though with spars shattered and sail3 torn is still expected to have some merchandize which it did not bear on its departure. Thus I. after anab sence of over thirty-live years return ! for the first time time to this my Alma Mater and though bringing but little that I. can claim as my own by right o discovery will express to you some thoughts and convictions that .were strangers to me when I departed. Like the waves of the tempest-tossed vessel they may be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 June 1885

TiW WEEKEYST ATE SM AN". Dr. C. B Stodrcfad ' DENTIST AUSTIN - - - TEXAS. Parties living out of the city will ptoase make their anointments by telegraph or mat a tew days in advance. AXJS -r w w a- o h' i; life VOL. XIII. AUSTIN. TEXAS THURSDAY. JUNE 18. 1885. NO. 39 .-. lW0 ? Or HEALING! CTSES CATAE23 EHEUUATIS2I 1TTU- EALGIA PILES W0TJUL3 BTONB; EZM- CEEHAGZ3 FEMALE COMPLAINTS & iTsed Internally fc Externally. JJrices COc $1 $1.75. ' -AWd everywhere.' ' POND'S ZZTSACT CO 75 5th Ave.11. 7. Tor ale by Geo. B Lticas & Oo. A Doctor's 'Wife. nR HUSBAND MAKES A CONFESSION. ' Dr. W.J. Gibbon of Clarendon Art does quite a large practice and stands high as a medi- cal gentleman. His wife's lingering- condition ' became so well known that a reporter crested him on the streets of Memphis one day when the following dialogue was had : Doctor I am glad to learn that your wife has regained her health after several yean of misery and suffering" " Yes sir she is now quite restored to healt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 June 1885

t TliK STATHiSJMAINc AUSTIN. TEXAS. BATES OF SCBSCWPTtON JKates of Subscription to Dally i ' Daily per annum !l paid in advance.. ..$10.00 per month 1.00 CBample copies sent free on application. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. Wm. P. Gaines President and Manager. - THURSDAY . JUNE 18 1885 Congressman Mills of Texas has iraraed a bill since Congress ad- iourded. the object of which is to reduce the tariff to a revenue basis. lie will introduce it early in the com- ' inar session. K School lands are held to contribute! -Jgfass-nrtne cattle men. QMns. Saxon the temperance lectu- ref pleased the people of Jielton with one of her lectures. JJurnet county has a scholastic po- pulation of 2.341. Of these 2261 are white and 80 colored. ; ' Fort Worth having eecured the proposed railway to Waxahache anoth- er to Brownwood is talked of. The Burnet B ulletin is j ustly indig- nant at the proposition to put Indiana limestone in the new capitol. And now the Irish party are begin- ring to inquir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 June 1885

HAILKU AD TIME TABLE.. a Air v a at . tt v .1(8 at.... . T. C. Kallrw. 6:2 p.m 2i a. m For the North .. the South.. Fr I. Sl O. W. Ballroad. DXFAKTUUS. 1035 a. m. 8:38 p.m. 6:65 a. m. 6:3i p. B AMtla A T-eavM A.UStln Arrives at Burnet.. Leaves Burnet..... Arrives at Austin. Morthweatera. 84)0 a. m i25oP.m .. 1:30 p.m ... 5:30 p.m THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. TUUBSDAY. - JUNE. 1. 8 HOUMEUOiiU KKCKIPTS.. When you are abouf to make a corn- starch pudding melt a lump of butter in the putting kettle or pan before putting the putting Into it. There will then be no danger of the mhk becoming scorched with ordinary care at least. Cake 1'udding. Butter size of an egg one cup of sugar one of sweei milk one egg one teaspoonfui of cream-tarter half teaspoonfui ef soda and one ponud of flower fruit. A good roll cake la made from this T.piM- Vour eorflrs. tne wniieaana wAiif a hAntan seDarately : one cup of sugar one cup of Hour one teaspoon fni of nr.am of tartar mixed with the flnnr half- a t.p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 18 June 1885

r Wm. Wals2i& Co Aafttla TeiM MANUFACTURERS OF LIME - AND IA1P0BTEB8 OT Portland and IJosedale Cement . Plaster and Hair Kire .Brick Kire Clay GWzed Drain ripe and all' kinds of Hulloing Material. - . - C i JTIS1IER L D. I T.H. BKAUO M. D Drs.Eishr & Bragg UOHCBOPATHIC I'HTS ICIAJf 8 AND SCBGEONS Congress Avenue Aust'n Tex Special attention to operative Surgery Sur- gical Diseases ot Women and Difflcult Chronic Case. Fiofesstonal visits made to nelghbor- u towns. Patients treated at a distance and J1C". add Homujoputhic medicines sent to any by mail or ex press. iress 1R. SWEARING1SX. Another Letter to tli-? toalsana Health Board. . Health Dei't of Texas ) Hon. Joseph Holt M. D. President of the j Board o( Health ol DouUlana: Sib 1 have the honor to acknowW edge your communication of the sec- ond instant. . In the printed circular addressed you May 27 1 omitted my autograph and . you have been pleased to regard the omission in the light of a discourtesy extended to you perso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 September 1885

YSPEPSIA a ianKnxiK a well mm distrfw-an complaint. II XKctfed it tend by impairing nutrition awldf Itiih th feme of the system to prrparv tho wa I'T IUiid Decline. - .. THE BESTTOMC. WuirUrmod oonmMely Cure Dyapep!m hi ttt Hh forms iea.rtburnt Kelctilnjr Taltv cbc I'V. ol Ac. It emncbes nd pari rim th&Wood tttirun- Iiwt th appetite ud aids thr-: anniatmn of food HiZ-iSJd" P-urtor of the "tl.iviii unpd Bnnro'i Iron Bits-" r -He! jntliiiB it biffhlv Alnr.ntHifT it. n Hnlndiil lonir and invitfontor.andvKry treDtheninr." OtnniiH h&H&iKve trade mark and cmtiaed rwl Hues .riwropiT. Tnkf no other. Madn nnlv by Jii:i N MfKMIt'ALf O.. KILTI HOICK Ml. I.aiukr Hand Uook osful ajid attractive con- laiiiniM list of prizes for ptcipen. information about colon cf :. trivtm away by all dealers in mwlicine or iiuuled lo nux addrtxu oo rociit of So. at&iup. EES new I BITTERS CURCS ALLDISEASESGfTHE LIVER KIDNEYS STOMACH AND BOWELS. ALL DRUGGISTS PRlCElDOUARJa erosa Dyapapito General S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 September 1885

AITBTIN. TEXAS. THIS PArfcrt K-.wii c w";;r.f nauucta nuty Ijo nuui" fur it i t.w MR. K. A. .Scott is In charge I the city subscription department of 1 Statksma.v and all complaint or notices of changes given lilm. or left at thin otllce will liave prompt attention. Subscribers who lo not receive their paper regularly are requested to notify the IUce. Carrier-boys are not allowed to sell papers. JtATKS OK BUBSCRIPTION- Kataa of SulMcrlpllon to Dally t I ally per inn.isn if p:tid in advance.... 10.00 Dor uiomii " 1.00 rtanple eoptm s-!nt free nn application. Alar. STATKSMAS 1'Ulil.lSHlNli CO. WM. I". (jAlJiKS President and Manager THUIHOAY. ....SbUTEMKElt i01S5. A dimunition of smells in the city would be refreshing. It would relieve many too from the pangs of the sick lied. The farmers are coming to the front In politics. Ia Iowa as well as in Vir ginia the democratic candidate is a tiller of the soil. Tin: warm season will soon be over; and the fashionables who have not been at the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 September 1885

4. Wass EDUCATIONAL. kl14 ACAURMY Tits for H'isiii il or Ci.liw. SM'eiiil Drill for li;ickanl Hoys SiiiKl'- or double rienm. All stuicnti lm:.rdviih ITlnci. al SWIlillV ;. fell'Kt- LlilliK (llitrvjtil A. It. illiJ A. M ). StEiwarMpllep Austin Tex I'S'JIB THE DIUKCTIOX OF Til K FATHERS OF HOLYCnOSS Is Ieautllully situated In a most pictires(iie and healthy pa t ( the outskirts i Austin three niiles-south of the Stale iapitol. 'J he ollege oilers to yumiK men every facil- ity fora thcru gh edm-e.tlen. The stncy of modern languages receives spc- atteulion. The next session o .eus lt'ESDAY 6K1- TKMBKIt 1ST. For Catalogue njly to ItKV . f. HUH Til. V.. H. (!.. St. Fdwnrd's t'ollce Austin Tcxns. Pantops Academy NKAKOHAKI'TTr-" " "A.. " - - Knf ttojArl iiiuni Jn Hei d for cital git Oil R.HAWVSON. M.. I'rilielpal. Kkv. KlXiAK ttllilll.i I'll. 1). Associate l'rin At btln MANUFACTURED OF LIME AND VIPOUTF.ItH OF Portland and I'osedalo Oiiient 1'laster and Hair hire lirlck Fire ( lay il zed Dra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 September 1885

GIVil US GOUu 4". Afi. A prime need of Austin its gitat- est need just now being a cornet city administration is improyemnet in wagon roads centering here. The tall and winter season wtien the oest of roads are needed is approaching and unless the roads are then in good condition Austin is "destined to lose much that she would otherwise gain. Commerce and trade must have as few embargo3 as possible; and all will admit thure can be no greater embargo than oad roads. They tax patience and strength of men and beasts wear them out and are damaging a3 well to rolling stock. A bad road leading to a good commercial center presents no suffi cient inducement to haul marketable products over it and the result is that inferior markets are chosen in preter ence to those which may be reached with great wear and tear to team' To receive fair pric6 for marketable stuffs is not an inducement when to do so demands personal risks and great damage to property. We have already seen Austin seri- ously E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 September 1885

Jno Palm OH! MY &ACK I way f -i"o! ic the Iltanis. Naples LY STATESMAN. inn . -!;. i ne enterprise will not" sj).i iiii Export "lie confined to ascertaining in each port the special class ot gootte for which there Is like- ly to be a good (iniuaad but friendly relations will be formed with (Jerman houses already established there so as to exercise a constant iniluence upon the market while- in each of the ports where there is no (ierman lirm a rep- resentative will le selected from among the clerks of tlie expedition and left there." Merjr trmi or cold attacks that mk birl ud nr&rlj prmtrttai job. VOL. XIII. AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1885. NO. 52 AUSTIN WEEK iifffiil THC BEST TONIC Strenotlieiu tbe Muscles Kteadlr the Nerve r.iunciir ine jioous uivei new vigor. DR J. U Mtehs. Fairfield. Iowa kmv: "Browti'B Iron Bitten) is tiie bout irun mndicine I n Known m ni yearn' practice. 1 havo found it q-ciAlly btmchcial in nervorw or phywicaJ exhaus- tion and in ail debili...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 September 1885

AUSTIN. TEXAS. fHi3 PAPER MR. F. A. Hcott Is in charge of th8 city subscription department of Thb Statesman and all complint3 or notices of changes Riven him or left at this otllce will have prompt attention. Subscribers who do not receive their paper ei;ularly are requested to notify lue elllce. Carrier-bays are not allowed to sell lapers. ti - - Kl4 ts J'i ly per ii'ii I- -' OF S)U INSCRIPTION' .i!ri-Ipiloa to Dally i in. il p:s.M m v'.vsT!ca....$lO.M v . I.W amle coiA-n "Tir fre on aopllcation. AldressSlATLSMAN fUBLlMUXU CO.. W)I. 1. UAISKfl President and Mnusf er THURSDAY ..SEl'TIiMHERlT. 15 Wyoming does not leIong we are pleased to say to the solid south. The dengue will have run its course when there 13 no miasmatic ui&tUr for it to lis e npon. The deal hoi Emory A. bourra re- moves i'rom the American bar one of the very brightest intellectual iigits. It mav as well be set down that Europeans no longer want to Cght. 'X'he best opportunities are allowed to pass. Just now as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 September 1885

Grockery China and Queenswuio- FINEST ASSDttTMENT OF FANCY GOODS IN THE STA'J L. V!!FTY CANDLE POWER ELECTRIC LAMPS Boet ix tlio World. 1 lit tiui J S V 'VM ?:-" i AND JJAK GOOIJS A S I'ECI ALT Y Next to l'ostoffice. B333BSS .IMMBALM THE PURITAN. DEFEATS THE GENESTA IN THE 38 MILE EASE BY 16 MIN0TE3. Dotli Yachts Crowd on AH Sail ami Tack to Starboard ami Port. Tlio Bay Alive With Steamers ami Sailing Craft to Wit- ness tlie Ilace. Another Firo Horror in New York A Mother and Child Hurled to Death. T11K YACHT ItAOE. flr.i-h comin? in from the hook to ; e lign-- Phip then1 was a good eight-knot ore. . ' - 1 1. 1 as Hood during the first hall of the and ebb coming home. The largest llii-l ot steamers ever assembled in New York harbor for a single sight accorn- piuied the yachts the entire trip. Hie scene at the liui.h was one of the Brainiest ever wit- nessed. Hull! yacht were saluted by every vessel and a gun from Ft. Waisworth Statin Island. hving to the cracking of the iron cape of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 September 1885

mm ansa s r--siB Is pronounced by scores of phy- sicians and thousands of people 'who have used it to be the best known remedy for Debility Dys pepsia Ingestion Loss of Ap petite Loss of Flesh Lung Com plaints Female Weakness Gas trie Irritability Nervousness .Malarial Fever and many othev diseases where tonics are required differing essentially from all iither Beef Foods and Tonics. This RTcat Invlijorntor consists of Vner Juice hi tno nnesi iieau u"-j I 'cb'c's process toget her with Iron quinine ana roots ami herbs known lor their tonlo and hcalth-glvlnc properties; and affords building material for both aorve and musclo. An analysts by the eminent chemist AR- JActttd utit. w .lRS Vf.T.. M.D.. F.R.S.. Of Lon. don. England ; and also an endorsement by i.hntM r.hvs clan i-roiuanor dijj ERASMUS WILSON F.K.S. LL.D. o Lou- don are labeled on each t ottlo. It htta irroiigTit tnirh rmutrTeaWa etiret ef the ttllmcnia which afttict eomnwm hu- nUllUtJf UUIL if. iHwy ire " ' I ..REMEMBER TH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 October 1885

BROWN'S IRON BITTERS r 1 WILL CURE HEADACHE INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS DYSPEPSIA NERVOUS PROSTRATION MALARIA CHILLS and FEVERS TIRED FEEJ GENERAL" DEBILITY . PAIN in the BACK & SIDES' IMPURE BLOOD CONSTIPATION FEMALE INFIRMITIES RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA KIDNEY.AND LIVER TROUBLES FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS The Genuine h Trade Mark and crosted Red Line on wrapper. TAKK NO OTHER. VIOST PERFECT MADE kirestand strongest Natural Fruit FlafOJT lla. Lemon. Orange. Almond nose. eitf. : as delicately ana naiurauy as me u uu PMCE BAKING PQWUEst CO. VOO. T. liOUif loarBalOBg.fowui m-wy. ns IsaJrertlDcJ at nbsolnti !y j-ero THE TEST : can -ton down mi a hot nrc-a irotH imi irmoretlie covcrnnu molt. A ehcni- t be rcjulruil to dulcet tin. ir.-ieacm uf "(fYtfWlCT MAOC kO-one or. Ht- ht. 810. 18 years ft bonds ;pralsed :er direct ly gooo tt'erkins iference Glees hems. and jngj for LhooLs id Colleges having a In voice ex- on (ms a famous lords. The lllOSt CUltl (Songs lease ev- njtnn JUiibUU. fNew York. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 October 1885

r HK STATESMAN A.U8T1N. TKXA8 fHia PIPER rirt TNeWiper Ad- vti- n-n mi Rnmns St.. where adverti vprtlRlnit VOUIi. MK.F.A. Scorr Is In charge ol the city : subscription department of Thb Statesman ' and all complaints or notices of changes given to klm or left at thJ "fflce will have prompt attention. Subscribers v. ho do not receive J atadr naner resularlT are requested to notify . beOoa Carrier-boys are not allowed to sell papers. . ' . JLATK8 OS BOBSCBJPTION of Subscription to Bally I naiir.txr annum. U paid in advance. ... $10.00 i -pff BAODtll........ 1.00 ample eopi AAdressST. nnl ATKaMAN PUBLISHING CO. WK. f. UAIITKS President and Manager CAXTIS BaTTMITELD. PKVTON BBOWM Vice-President. Secretary TMVX3DAY .OCTOBEE 22 1885 r.":.' i To Subscribers. - All subscribers to the vVeekly RfiTinviH who are ia arrears with their Bubflcriptlon will please Bend the money last oace and greatly oblige oa. statesman rui fV - Ooi.tr respect uSf's children have no more for royalty than the horny...

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