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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 19 February 1885

Andsrsas. LANDD -LER8 CEN'L 1 NTS AUSTIN IK A Ad. Buy and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and Perfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided Lands Bought and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Lands Redeemed. Investments Madr. Prompt attention to all lui.svis i:i General Land Ofllco and other .k'!;t,e Departments. Correspondence .Soiic 6d. '; nrvLuxBLc run EEETJMATJ3M, 5EURALQIA, CATAEBB, H0ARSENE83, PILES, 80EB EYE 8, BORE FEET,. ' .. etc., etc frtcTkt. rnupwunoss of pond's mtuac em S1NSD WITH TH TVntST AID MOST SKUCATS Tkhtvmx too. LAUISa' BUUQOIB. POND'S EXTRACT ....50c, $100, $1.75. Toilet Cream 1.00 Dentifrice SO Lip Stive 23 Toilet Soap (3 Cakes) 50 Ointment....... 50 Catarrh Cure 75 Plaster 25 Inhaler (GlisaSOc.) 1.00 Nasal Syringe 23 I Medicated Paper.... 25 Ladles irnd pn? 13, 13. 21 and 21 la oai Now ltooW, which ftrcompanics eai;h bottle of ou jirc-rmration. fctcntfrceon application. frf Ouu New l'AMrni.r wiTa Uistobt ofous I'JUEFAJlATIONa 6BMT i'HKE OM AFIUCATI 3X T POND'S ...

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. — 19 February 1885

STATESMAN. AUSTI H. TEXA3. 1TES OF btBSCnirON. kaesman, tl 00 per annuo. invaria- ably in advance. will be Mopped when the term of iianging their address nre requested u-. nit.a imi.-a or hei-wise oraereu. olu as well as new auurcm. the time to subscribe for Tnn r Weekly Statesman . The Daily onlv morning paper published at the will contain each day during the ses- i legislature, full proceedla ;s ol max ds fact, added to our Inereased facili- vlntt the latest news from ail parts of id will make our Dally equal to any the stale. :ice of our Weekly has been re one dollar per year, which makes cheapest weekly paper giving we munt of reading ma'ter In the state. the coming session of the legislature ekly will contain each week, lu a con form, full proceedlngsof the legislature t responsible agents In every county tate. to whom we wake the following )5er: ry person who will seud us t ten subscribers for our weekly or on Uailv accompanied by the cash, send the paper free one year, and wi...

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. — 19 February 1885

:xcuiwio 4rauite Quarrl. - rail. iavited g ties'., r- Northwestern AVut a lu:'.ii board! the An '." " train at b ici-; . bound oa an excu. . prUing little city oi purpose of risking , day mornitg io the enter- iiuraet, for t.'ie and examining tne granite quarries about liltetn miles irom tnat pomt. As the main object in Tiew w;ts to determine as to the advisability ol substituting jrranuo in the construc tion of the new c.pito), as lar as more inspection of the granite gota, a lartre number of members of the legislature were Bpecialiy invited, and cousiiier- ; ing the coldness of the day, the mvita-! tion was successful in attracting quite a large delegation of the law makers, ' as well as other prominent citizens oi i Austin. 1 he railroad :cpany, of ' which Col. A.J lihorub c, w the en-; ergetic chief, it is undt-ra . I piovided : the transportation to liun.t r. and the ; . luncheon at the qnirr.c from .which ! the gruiato already uie.i ia the capital j was taKen, ana trie euterpn...

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. — 19 February 1885

J MATH IS, d Aurist. : BUM) A8YLUU ICIAL KYilS. Tkx is. Stodda.d. JXI5T, - - TEXAS. Of thR CltV Will Dl-Bi'' "ii-nu ty telegraph or uiuil JCt. D. 1 T.H. bUAliU, M.D fAV'Uue, Aust'D, Tex. l-nto oix;r;itiv Su'-grt-y. bur- A omen, and I Ulcuk Chronic h:i:il visit mwlrtn neighbor- i iiIh treated Al a distituce. aim Ji-uli-iue aeut ui any lulurtsu STATESMAN.' lUSTlN.TKXAS. . VEBRt'ABY 1 1S3. it Leiisiatirs. Day's Proeeediiigs. SENATE. m-sTiN. PeOiuary 17, iobj. fcVfir presented a memo- ne JSew l uE, lexas cc faiiroad company asking per- i sue the stu e lor land cer- i justructed prior to the re- L'ranting certilicates to Davis, for judiciary com- . o. z, reported back a budsu- tue bill classifying opium disorderly houses, making acli resorts u lelouy; sing the pen- niues taken Lttne consent of yprably, niak- iy to HKiii-v.xuaia witn- fconsent of the oJlie bill ivlde in wnat cases bno? entitled to compensation v Fed back with a substitute; the reulate the practice of dentis ts reported ba...

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. — 5 March 1885

IN WEEKLY TATE THE AXJ LAND DEALERS ST AGENTS AUSTIN, TEXAS. Buy and Sell Land Certlflcatea Examine and Terfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands Bought and and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Tuid. -Lands Redeemed, investments Made. Prompt attention to all General Land offloo and other State De partments, wvrespondence Solicited v DCTALPABLl TOB EHEUMATISM, HHDKALOIA, CATABEB, - E0AESENE8S, PILES, BORE EXES, SOKE PEEX,j etc.,to. "1 IllMJUt WITH Tn Pl.'BIST AND MOST DSXICATS rxnrvua roa udiu' bocdoib. FUND'S EXTRACT.. 50c. $1-00. $1.73. Toilet Cream 1.00 Dentlfric 50 Up Salve..'. 25 Toilet Soap (3 Cakes) 50 Ointment..., 50 Catarrh Cure 75 Plaster 25 Inhaler (Glut 50c.) 1.00 Nasal Syringe 25 Medicated Paper.... 25 - IUe rmH pace IS, IS, 21 and 5 In onl Tiw ltoolc, which accompanies each bottle of oai l'rnaratUm. Hent free on application. fr Our Nbw J'AMrm.R'f wxtuH istobt ofoui POND'S EXTRACT CO., -14 West 14th SWSew York. r or a aie uj ueo. n. 1 lu-as & Co., Austin, Texas ...

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. — 5 March 1885

1 ijnU ia eTCTsfiunty make the following .ho will send us a era for our Weekly or I :ompaDle) by the cash, f r free one year, and will -son with a floe offlcla l.mely gotten up on rollers,' type the name of every It free on application. 1MA.N PUBIl3IUc U. fWM. F. Ga.nks, President and Manager. HCfcfl 6, 1885. aa that. if vpster. dard oftriotlsm I. Colleartat Bryan, joney, belngrmtf to by not ghf also to College, llemp- uca a a part htate University, why not turn . M. over to the University lenient? It is Impossible to a compatibility by enforcing kompatibility. pre no way in which congress member the family o? Hal , who died in the discharge ies imposed upon him by the tment of justice? He was a officer, and a pension, if such be i ; possible, would be but a jard I . to the family of a man the discharge of his of- that Mr. Cleveland Committee of four or five .each state, known to en lfidence In the states which they are ap- all applications y-fTiee to the com s'hich the duties for a...

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. — 5 March 1885

HOME, FARM AND KATCTT. FmaU Orchard the Most profitable Oar. In ppeaking upun the profits of or chards the Couiitry Gentleman nays: "The abundant supply oi apples the past season, and the low prices tney gainst any temporary measures in , ase of a horse showinsr any symp tom indicating1 a possibility that it Is suffering irom glanders. In euch case a sillied veterinarian should be called a'- once, and if the case proves spoonfuls of baking power; flavor with nutmeg or cinnamon. The dough made in this way will be thin, and you will need to sprinkle flour enough over it and on the kneading botrd to roll it out nicely, .do not to be gl inders the animal shouid be j handle it any more than is necessary. "i V v.f h00 nuwi ! Hnrnvui at nucf and the rremises I Cut the cakes out with a biscuit-cut- uavo uiuugub iu ma ' thnrn,fM ;0;nfctoH Thn iiinp.isn t.pr than tab a knife and insert it at ' of eniovment. and Drovided the Dlav- PROGRESSIVE EUCHRE. The game which has so suddenly sprang into ...

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. — 5 March 1885

if win ES and re-tores ved. it oais rlicaoy, and Its Parties cau In the United ins to St., Austin, Texas. radicated Baths cure (ilea as K lieu mat sin, iiisg. etc. By the use Duke bas performed .licl skill hid fallea. mch:-iy YTESMAISL TTHE of the New Id 'Amid the joidng8 of 2 r . J. Znds of Patirotlc the Boominjr ,Gnns, liv imposmsr ueremo- JLke of which were1 Equalled V 5 V J- V4f i i i I JO E V1 1 Texans of ity Sceues of msiory oi Austin was Words are almost proper description oi the capital city never (id. It will never be a the minds and mem- who were fortunate the grand event. iour crowds btjran to cs; by 10 o'clock the so packed with people mrdly thread a Dassatre uentso masses oi numamiy, essions formed in accord- he order laid down in the amrae previously printed by The esman. It was by meat me longest line or. proces- , mas was ever seen r streets. It had representations. irly all the orders, brotherhoods, ana Dusiness occupations Known racticed in Texas. Thousands out to ...

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. — 19 March 1885

LADDDE ALE RS CEfJ'L AGENTS AUSTIN, TEXAS. Bay and Sell Land Certificates Examine and Perfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands Bought and and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Lands Kedeemed. investments Made. Prompt attention to all business in General Land office and other StateJDe- rarrmenw. tjorresponapnce solicited CrVALTJABLl TOH BZCUKiTISM, KETJKALGIA, OATASBS, ' E0AE8EHE83, FILES, BOSS EYE 3, BOBB FEEX.1 etc., etc "1 anctkx. pmrFAjUTrom of roxs't sxtbact eon- . WITH TUB FCBXST AMD MOST DSIJCATS Tmuwvmm Ton uont' kovdoib. POND'S EXTRACT 50.rtl-00, $1.75. ouetireani .......i.oj Dentifrice SO lip Salvs 25 Toilet Soap Q Cafes) 50 Ointment..., 50 Catarrh Curs 75 Platter 25 Inhaler (Glata 50c 0 1.00 Natal Syrlegs 25 Medicated Paper.... 25 Ladles yaa page M, 18, 21 and 86 fa oni ISew Book, which accompanies each bottle of oui ivS "eniiree on application. On New PAimnr? withHitoby of out VWAKA.TICWS SMT FRE1S OS Arma,Tl,Jf XC POND'S EXT ft ACT CO., - 14 Vert 14th BUHev Yo...

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. — 19 March 1885

li THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAB. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. weekly Statesman. Si 00 per annum, Invaria bly in advance. All paper will be stopped when the terra of subscription expires, unless otherwise ordered. Parties changing their addre-w ure requested to give the old as well as new address. Now Is the tl.ne to subscribe for The Daily and Weekly Statesman. The Dally being the only morning paper published at the Capitol-will contain each day during the ses sion of the legislature, full proceediass of that tmriv. This fact, added to oar Increased facili ties for giving the latest news from all parts of the world will make our Daily equal to any IMtper in the state. The price of our Weekly has teen re Aiiiwd tn one dollar per year, which mak-i It the cheapesTfcly paper giving tne tame amount of reading ma'tcr In the stats. During the coming sesslonof the legislature, our Weekly will contain each, week, in a con densed form, full proceedings of the legislature We want responsible agents ...

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. — 19 March 1885

HOME, FAlOl AJX1 BAJfCH. To Droduce the best laying hens re - ouires two or more years. A com- mon flock may be increased in size by crossing with iirahmas. The pro- Keny should be crossed with Leg- Em-na whifh will cive aarlr matur- it.v Tha next cross may oe wnn a Wyandotte or Plymouth Rock. If there is no objection to black pium age, the next cross should be with a Langshan. Lime in some form is indefen sible to the formation oi eg g-sneiis. it is more generally supplied to hens in the form of old mortar, broken shells and broken bones. Either generally suffices, but all are- better than either alone. Soft. and thin shelled eggs are generally, but not always, the result of an insufficient supply of lime, and egg-eating among hens is generally caused by a ne irlnct to uuddIv this most essential element of egg production, There are many unconsidered trifles often thrown into the,HSwill tub or rubbish-heap that could be utilized and advantageously used for fowls, if but a little lao...

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. — 19 March 1885

S-xm DR. J. T. MATHIS, . Oculist and An cist. OCULIST TO STATE BLIND ASYLUM,) will can KEEKJ ARTIFICIAL EYES AUSTIX, ... . TiJCAS. Dr. C. B Stoddard, DENTIST. AUSTIN, - - - TEXAS. Parties living out of the city will please make their anointment by telegraph or mail ale days in advance. ,M.D. T. H. BRAGG, M. D Drs. Fisher & Bragg, Uoxoiopathic Physicians and UCrukons, Congress Avenue, Aust'n, Tex. Special attention to onerative Sureerv. Sur gical Diseases of Women, and Difficult Chronic Cases, Professional visits made to neighbor--in towns. Patients treated at a distance, and Uomo3opathUtt!Ciicliies sent to any addresi pailQpexpress. TEMPLBTflN EYE-WATEK1 A Positive and Certain Cure for SORE EYES Of all diseases. Never falls, and restores night when not entirely destroyed. It ifats the highest testimonials of etlicacy, and its certainly is Deyouu (implies, ranies can tiave It sent to them anywhere In the United states. Audress all communications to Madame E. F. Duke, No. 118 E.Bo...

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. — 19 March 1885

Wxn. Walsh & Co. Anatin, Texas, MANUFACTURERS OF LIME, AND IMPOKTKRS OP Portland an liosedale Cement, Plaster and Hair. Fira Brick, Fire Clay, Gl zed Ut-jl.ii I'ipu, and all kinds ol Building Material. by them was taken up. Oa motion cf Mr. Houston, of Bexar, it was postponed till Saturday. House bill making telegraph and telephone companies common carriers wa3 taken uo wi;h a minority com mittee report adverse to the bill. The report was a lopted and the bill killed. W.O:o. Lost. The section wa? adopted embracing, besides the 891,000, the following j icems: To Alsbury, Davis, Day, Xich-, ola, Thatcher, Weub and the widow of , David Cole, 100 each; to Cooper and ; Smith S250 each, and to Field $200; tonal, $92,4jO. The items for the state lunatic Mahona, a darkey, for robbing William Kubin, aiso colored, of gooua valued at S'dd. The granl jury will doubtless get out a small bill that will land the light-liasered Edward behind prison bars. POKEK GOOD ENOUGH. In som3 of the Texas ...

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. — 19 March 1885

THE STATiiAN, AKSTI S. TEXAS. BiTEi ok sumORieriox. weekly htatesman, f l 00 per anuura, invaria olj iu advance. All paners will be stopped when the term of subscription e p res, mil s otherwise ordered. Parties chanKiuK tuelr address are requested to give the old as well as new address. Nil Is the time to subscribe for Thb Daily kVD Weekly Statesman. The Dally being the only morning paper published at the . ..mnnUllWSl'.ln Uh rtov riiirinz the se- nww ' -. n tzim ... ....... u .ainisnfl U " JLlUre, I"U proceeuiu 5s 01 ia M kl" lucffadded to our Increased facill ,ilving the latest news from all parts of World will make our Daily equal to any paper In the state. The price of our Weekly has been re duced to one dollar per year, which mak-s it tha i-heiinpst weekly paper giving the am amount of read 1 uk ma'ter In the state. During the coming essionof the legislature, our Weekly will contain each week. In a con densed form, full proceedings of the legislature w want resDonslble agents ...

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. — 26 March 1885

LAND DEALERS' CEW'L AGENTS AUSTIN TEXAS. Buy and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and Perfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided Lands liought and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Lands Redeemed. Investments Made. Prompt attention to all business in General Land Office and other Slate Departments. Correspondence Solic- V XXTALtTABLS TOR EHEUMATTSM, KEDEALGIA, 0ATAKR2, VE0AB8EITE83, PILES, BOfiB EYE 8, BOSE IXET,j r tc.,to. ' nerAT, rorrAjiATToxs of om'g xtract oox SIMSD WITH TH FUKBST AMD MOST DSUOAT.S Tsurvum roa ladies' bouooib. POND'S EXTRACT. 50.. $100. il.75. Toilet Cream 1.00 Dentifrice 50 Lip Salve 25 Toilet Soap (3 Cakes) SO Ointment..., 50 Catarrh Cure 75 Plaster 23 Inhaler (Glut 50c.) 1.00 Nasal Syringe 25 Medicated Paper.... 25 Lad tea Tend pages 13, 18, 21 and 28 In onx New Book, which accompanies each bottle of our preparation. Sent free on application, f ST" Oub Nb w Pamphiet with Hibtobt or oxr A'AKTABATIONS BBKT HHiUS OH APPUCATIDK Tfl POND'S EXTRACT CO., llWest 14...

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. — 26 March 1885

iWi? THE STATESMAN. AUSTIJ. XliXAS. MENTAL. CONSTIPATION CIL. IN COUN- A3 a temporary correction o evil the City Council meeting Friday, may have been relatively useful, but as a plan for catching villains, rapists and assassins, it wa3 mere child's work. All Daoers will be stopped when the term or ; These outrages have been disgracing- Austin for soma time, and until The Statesman of Friday morning ar- ' BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. weekly Btatesraan, 81 00 per annum, invaria bly in advance. stioscnpuou e p res, uui wuiucmu' ( fames cnanging meir auui ish to give iho old as wall as new address. Now UAir. ' 1 subscribe for The raiDgtd the inefficient city government ATR8MAN. The Daily -for its lack of duty, in words calcula- 'lSUCa a. Uie 1 . mlt.i!, inllimQtinn Tint. mg lue bta- j in $s of that one thing was done. The city go v- , .i r .Hi I t i , 1 . . : . i 14n booy. This tact, auaea to our inurea-icu iw-iii- eruuieuu Hi i vena guiug uu m ilo tie lor giving the latest news from all par...

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. — 26 March 1885

THE STATJisiYiAN. AUST1K. TEXAS. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. weUy Statesman, tl 00 per annum, Invaria bly, in advance. All papers will be stopped when the term of iubscription expires, unless otherwise ordered. Farties changing their address re requested to give the old as well as new addres3. Now U the time to subscribe for The Daily and Weekly Statesman. Tho Dally being the only morning paper published at the Capitol will contain each day during the ses sion ol the legislature, full proceedin ;s ol that body. This fact, addod to our increased facul ties tor giving the latest news from all parts of the world will make our Dally equal to any paper in the state. The price of our Weekly has been re duced to one dollar per year, which makes it the cheapest weekly paper giving the same amount of reading maiter in the state. During the coming session of the legislature, our Weekly will contain each week, In a con densed form, full proceedings of the legislature We want responsible agents in e...

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. — 26 March 1885

Liislaltiie Sixtieth Day's Proceedings. Austin. March 23, 1885. 8EXATE. Senator Harrison, for the Commit tee on County .Boundaries, reported favorably House bill dividing Tom Green into six new counties. Senator Randolph, for the Commit- v tee on State Affairs, reported favora- ly iiouse oiu amending me jaw in ratine: i the city of Dallas. nyier, tor tne committee or ni'i.M rfinii hi l i it w iirxa rtet. " J 1. J J certain county courts questions of eminent resolution requesting the Gov ernor to communicate with the na tional officers ot the Mexican Govern ment relative to having the remains of Col. Frank Johnson removed to Texas. Adopted. House bill relating to mechanics, contractors, builders and material men's liens was laid before the Senate. Senator Davis moved to strike out Articles 317'Ja and 3179b. Adopted. Senator Houston, of Bexar, moved to strike out the provlsionn relative to contract prices In aiticle 3179. Adopted. benator jS vans moved to strike out the provision in a...

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. — 26 March 1885

r DR. J. T. MATIIIS, Oculist unci Aurist. ' (OCULIST TO STATE BLIND ASYLUM.) KEEPS ARTIFICIAL KYKS. AUSTIN, Texas. CS.FI ,M.D. T H. BKAGG.M.D Drs. Eisher & Bragg, llOMCEOPATHIC PHY8ICIANS AND 8UBOEO'S, Congress Avenue. Austiu, Tex. Special attention to operative Surgery, Fur Rical Ulseasesof Wonieu, aud.Dlfliculi Chronic cd,m irnfA4iutmvLi viit miuitfl neighbor ing towns. Patients treated at a distance, 2nd llomuwDathlc medicines sent to any address by mail or express. Dr. C B Stoddard, DENTIST. - AUSTIN. - - - TEXAS. rarties living out of the city will please make their apolntments by telegraph or mall slew days in advance. TEMPLETON EYE-WATER Positive and Certain Cure for RE EYES all diseases. Never falls, aud restores sight when not entirely destroyed. It heais the nlgnesi testimonials oi eineacy, ana us certainty Is beyond dispute. Parties can have It sent to them anywhere lu the United States. Audress all communications to Madame E. F. Duke, NO. llSB.Itois a' A re St., Aust...

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. — 26 March 1885

IIOME, FAK51 AJNL ltA-NCH. rot'LTBV. pi rhirts as earlv in the morn ing and as late in the evening &3 possible. One cock may be used in the barn yard two j ears to good advantage. Curds and ccrn-meal mixed make a good food for ducks. Milk and whey is a g09d food for chickens, young or old. In crossing chickens between a large and a small breed, use hens of the large breed. Whole grain fed to fowls at night is digested; fed them by day it goes to lat Instead of eggs. Take sitting hens off the nest early in the morning and feed them apart from other chickens. A hen has seen her best laying dayb when she has completed her second year. When Bigns of sickness in your fowl-yard appear, give one teaspoon ful of blue antimony in two quarts of bran, twice a week. If chicks are troubled with vermin, place flowers of sulphur in a tin box with perforated top, and dust a little under each wiug. If the weather is warm, take the mother from the chicks when they are five or six weeks old. Wean ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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