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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 October 1885

WYaa Baby fM rick wa gave Iter Caatoria Waea she wm a Child aha cried for Caatoria Whoa ah beran Mlaa she along to Caatoria Waea aha had Chfidrea at fve them Caatoria ..: fnm aa Atlaata Physician . Gulnn'i Pioneer Blood E newer has been In r oe for years with unprecedented success. It la entirely vegetable and does the svstem no harm. Itlniproves the appetite digestion and bloodataklng sumuwting invigorating ana tonin un authe functions and tissues of the system and thus becomes the Great Blood Re- ' newer and Health Restt rer. It increases tha action ol the skin kidneys bowels and livrr thereby assisting nature In eliminating Impu- . rl ties from the blood the great cause of all disease. - It Is perfectly evident that any medicine . that will assist nature to remove Impurities from the blood la a blessing to snffrrUiK hu- manity. Diseases of the liver and spleen - stomach and bowels skin and mucous mem- brane are cured bythe use of this remedy Coos'ltutloual as well as local diseas...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 October 1885

8EU0ND DAT OF THE'CESTAL - TEXAS PRESBYTERY First Session of the gjnod St moo by tlio Itetirinff r.-" Moderator. '. The second session of -tho Central Texas Presbytery was called to order in the Southern Presbyterian church' at 9 o'clock yesterday uiorning. by the moderator Dr. li. 13. Hose of Uurnt . with Rev. Mr.'Tenney as clerk.- After the U3ual religious exercises the body . i ; VBOCEEDED TO BTJ3INE33 . " ..Minutes of Monday night's session read and approved. ; .. Qo motion of Dr. Smoot Rev. Joseph-is Jehnson of Victoria and Mr. Killongh ot Laredo of the West Tex- as conference were invited to sit as corresponding members of the Pre3by- . tery. - - -. i -. t - The matter of supplying the call tdr ' Rev.JIr. Ziveley by the San Angelo ' and other churches after some discus- - sion" was referred to a select commit-.tte.:"-.v. . ".-V . . " "J FElT NO LONGER. CALLED. . "Uev. W. Ruff of Cotton Gin ask! Dg . leave to labor. . beyond the Couada of -the "churches - of Midway Middletown a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 October 1885

T Swnntc Tidm bx 374 0;fy V : iStraiitteMBg I Invigorating I Fattening. 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 Indigestion Loss of Ap petite Loss of Flesh Lung Com plaints Female "Weakness Gas trie Irritability HervousneBi Malarial Fever and many othei diseases where tonics are required differing essentially from all other Beef Foods and Tonics. J This irreat Inrltror&tor constats of the nice of the finest troth beet by Baron Von .leblg's process together with Iron quinine and roots aud herbs known for their tonlo and health-giving properties; and affords DuUdinc material for both nerve and muscle. An analyst! by the eminent chemist Alt- THTJR HILI HASSAIX M.D. F.B.S. of Lon- don England; and eleo an endorsement by the celebrated physician. Professor 81B ERASMUS WIL80X F.K.8.. LL.D.. of Lon- don are labeled on each bottle. It has wrought tmrh rmarknbl ewre 9f tne mllment which afflict w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 October 1885

a J AUSTIN. TEXAS. THI3 PAPER &W8?J: VvjSilnJ Bureau 8prn 8t.V yKSS E 'ECONOMY IN THE PUBLIC EXPENSE. tjotracta may be muuu r W yoaiu MR k. A. 8COTE is la charge ot the city nbscrtpUon departmeut of Thk Btatesmajj .nd aU complaints or notices ol changes Riven to hlrii or left at thl- fflcewlll have prompt attention' subscribers v. ho Uo not receive fcbelr paper regularly are requested to notify lie Ulce. Carrier-boys are not allowed to sell impers. ' BATES OF BUBSCKJPTION tUtes of Subscription to Dally t Dally per annum U paid in advance.... $10.00 per mouth Kample copies sent free su appltcatlCD . Address STATESMAN PUBLliJHLNli cO. Wm. P. Gainm ' President and Manager CALVlfATTEttrifcl-U PEYTON BllOWN ' ' ' Vlce-Piesldent. Secretary THUUHUAY. ..JCTOBKK 29. 1886 The Ledo Times wants "Our Mary" to come down to Ttsxaa and go through Rosalind la short dresses. You wicked old baldheact front seat gazer. " - The Dallas papers are getting very clever intermitting other newspapers td b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 October 1885

SKIN BLOOD Diseases from Pimples to Scrofula Cured by Cutlcura. . Hundreds of letter In our possession copies Of which may be hid by return of mail repeat Ihls story:! have be n a terrible utfe r for years from Diseases of tlie Skin and Blood ;have been obliged to shun public places by rea-on C'f my disll guring hunors; have had the best i hyslcians; have spent hundreds of dollars an t eot no relief until I used the Cutlcura Ji -medics which have cured me and left tuy bh:u and blood as pure as a child's . t'OVKRED WITH M AI T itllKUM. Cutlcura Kemedle are the preatesi medi- cines on earth. Had the worst caio of Halt Ubeum in this country. My mother had It twenty y ars. and In fact filed from It. I be- lieve Cutlcura would have savtd her I If 9. My arms breast and head were covered for three years which nothing relieved or cured un- 1 1 1 used tlio- Cuticura Resolvent internally ft )d Cutlcura and Cuticura Soau externally. Kkwakk O. . J.W.ADAMS. d BEAU FA CSC AND BODY RAW. I commenod...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 October 1885

L r I S . DEPARTMENT .NOTES - Balljr Daings In and Around tks 8 tat Departments. DEBABTMENT OF EDUCATION. ' The annual statement of th school funds of . the county of Montague shows the receipts of $23391.06 an expenditure of 82300027 and a bal- ance of $300.79. That of the city of Greenville shows the receipt of $1- 815 an fexpendlture of 91724.74 and a balance of $90.26. That of the city of Waco shows the receipt of 814223 W an expenditure nf 810244.71 and a balance of $3979.27. The.; annual re- port of the school aiLuja ot Donley county snows one white school main- ta'npa twenty-fright pupils enrolled and 3240 paid to teachers or probably (oh teacher. The annual statement of the school funds of Etna county bbows 'he re ceipt uf 840.485 33 an expenditure ot 338.199.29. and a balance of $2286.04: that oi Joh'iHon county shows the re coil of $23743 71. an expenditure of 23.248.71. and a balance or $495. The annual report ot the school aff-tlrs of J at It county shows 47 white and 1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 November 1885

a jaw- . I' v VSPEPS1A SBSSSSBBBSSSBSrBBBBBBSBSSSBSBSBSSSSaaMSBW. Is a di unrmn as wru M omnmitii oominaim. u sted. U tends b hnpnn iiulntH.u. and !- lor Rapid Decline. -THE BESTTG8.C. ? Snicklrand enmtileteur rrM DvKTM-nnia fai ill ftsfurms. Heartburn llflrhinc Tastina the tft. iul - a IttttirichM And Dtlrifiea the tiluud. Hthuu- fates the appetite and aids the asKiinilati'in of food. Bkv. JJt. Kosbitkb the honnrwl pastor of the Kirst Reformed Church Baltimore Md. anj'B : "Having used Brown's Iron Bitters for pysperiria nd Indigestion. I take great pleasure in recom- tuondlug it highly. Also conaider it a splendid tunic and inTiirorator. and Terr trenpthina;." Genuine has abure trade mark and crossed red line rnwrarmer. Tnke no other. M-idennlyby UKttWN -Ut:M ICAL.4JU.. BA1.TI MOKF MD. Ladcm' Hai Book oaeral and attractiTe con- taining hat of prizes for recipe infin-mation about coins etc. siren away by all dealers in medicine or mailed to any address on receipt of 2c. stamp. SPECI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 November 1885

r i'lir. jU'HTIN. TKXAH SUIC DftCEO marl found Tiffin nt 5-o.T MlO rHrtli Knwoll & Cos t.erH(Mirer A1- trtHlnp Bureau (10 tiru StAwhpradvprtlHln;j . Uwunrn fa I it iKnr fQ f lllU tFV subscription department of Thk statesman' :md all complaints or notices of changes given to lilm or left at tut Mllee will have prompt attention. Subscribers v. bo do not receive ytielr paper regularly are requested to notify lie fflce. Carrier-boys are not allowed to sell papers. KAXKs UK SUBdCKIFttON lOt tea of SuinM-riptlou to OaJly I Dally per annum if pati in uv.tuce....(iQ.oo IKS' Kll.lll.ll 1'tO dample opibt Hnt free on application. Address SI Ai KSMAA I'UBLISHING CO. VVM. P. GAINS President and Manager Calvin Sattkufield Peyton Bkown ViCe-IYesldeut. Secretary TUESDAY .CSUVKVIBKK a. 18B The attention of the charitably dis- posed is called to the two or three cases of med in the local columns. The elopement of an Irish lawyer with the wife of a wealthy member of parliament is almost a3 bad as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 November 1885

1 . 1. SKIN I BLOOD Diseases from Pimples to Scrofula Cured by Cuticura. Hundreds of letters in our possession copies I which may bo had by return or mail reeat tuls story:! have be n a terrible mitferf r for years from Diseases of the Skin and lilixxl ;have teen obliged to shun public places by reason of my dlsfl gurlng humors; have had the best physicians; have sp-nt hundreds of dollars and trot no relief until I used the Cuticura Remedies which have cured ine and left my skin and blood as pure as a child's. ;OVKREl WiTH MA IT KlltCim. Cuticura Keinedlex are the greatest medi- cines on earth. Had the worst case of Salt Rheum In this country. My mother had It twenty j- ars. and In fact died from it. I be- lieve Cuticura would have savrd her 1 if i- My arms breast and head were covered for three years which nothing relieved or cured un- til i used the Cuticura Resolvent internally and Cuticura and rutxura Soap externally. Mcwakk O. J. W. ADA MS. a EA 1 FACE AND BODY RAW. I .iommence...

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

UISPA1KTAI12MT NOTES j Jknlljr Uolnes lnaud Around the State Departments. LAND BOARD. Therfctipts yesterday was $3014.45 from salts and leases. The very e llicient clerks ia thia de- partment were busy yesterday fixing: up matters and things for the regular monthly meeting of the board to-day. Although Mr. Gibson one of Secretary Lawrence's a sistants has been down with the dengue several days every- thing will be in coed shape lor the meeting of the board. Fifty-one section applications were received by Secretary .Lawrence Including one from L. T. Miller for 25000 acres in Greer county. Mr. W. T. Gws one of the gniss commissioners sunt out by the state has rendered his report to the board. which cxn not be made public till action by the board. The territory marked out for Mr. Ga3s included twenty counties in the extreme . top of the Panhandle comprising among other? Wilnarger Wichita iiardeman. nartiy uiiiam "Wheeler Ilemphill.Itandall and II ins- ford. Though his report belongs fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 November 1885

TV r s TEXAS NEWS. MA8KED SAFE EOBBES EXPERTS SUCCESSFULLY EflTEE SAB AUTOS 10 SATE. A Arrival of Steamship lloli nzol- le n at Galveston from tier- many with Imm.itrra.tils An Express War at Dallas and its Result fn Bringing Down Charges. A Grayson County Man Charged with a Horrible Crime Skips to the Territory. " House Burned. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Beheookrhoff October 30. -A bouse with Its entire contents was yesterday oa the J N. Me wart farm ored family occupied It but they were rented burned A col- absent lire is at the time and lost everything. Th thought to b e the work of an incendiary. Big Cattle Sale. Special Telegram to The Statesman. Dallas. October 30. Mes rs.Civlne& Jones of the Live Stock Exchange sold yesterday to Messrs. Miller & Furlong of New Mexico 6000 one and two year old heifers for breed- ing purposes. I he lot was shipped yesterday Irom wells' Point. Mr. M. Capman a prom- inent cattleman of Demtng N. M. is In the city looking for cattle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 November 1885

Y jr f - Wonder what the average Virgi- nia negro thinks of that blatherskrite John Sherman? L.ooKd like the Servians and Bul- garians are about to corns to a collision 01 the f rontitra. "When the leivea beia to turn. sinars the poet. Well what of it They are turning now; what's going to hap- pen? Who will give $100 to start a sub- scription to bu'ld a depot for our rail- roads at Austin? Dou't all speak at once ! Cincinnati ia getting on her good behavior. The I aw and Urder league are trying to close ihe theatres on Sundays. The German elections have taken place and oae result is Via govern- ment party has failed to secure abso- lute control of the parliament. Governor Ireland's letter to Bayard shows the Mexicans need not try to pull the wool over the eyes of the Texas executive in quarantine matters at least. There is now a fine chance in Montreal for philanthropists to ex- pend their money. The destitution in - that city this winte on account of small-pox it is said will be ap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 November 1885

OH! MY BAG! rj strain or cold attack that weak b:i i and nearly prostrates you. i4lf UlVK jmmw mm- IcHal 11 1SI Is AUSTIN EEK THE BESTTQMIC H rt npihcnn the Mnacles . 8tdl.n the Werven Enriches the Blood Give New Vapor. Db J. L. Mtxbs Fairfield Iowa gay- "Brown's Iron Bitter Ih the bent Iron rondicinf I have known in my 3u years' practice. I have fonw. It Hiiecially bfineticiiU in nervous or physical eilinii lion and in all dehilitatinc nilments that bear m heavily on the syatem.Use It freely in my own family." Uenuine has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Tak:: no other. Made only by ItKOYVN CIIKMICAL CO. BALTIMORE MD. Ladies' IIanu Book rueful and attractive con- taining list of prizes for recipes information about coins etc. (river aivny by all diialers In medicine or mnllog to any addreas ou receipt of 2c. stamp. Powers CM Pitt I'd 8AW MI1-L. Horse LntrlJKbi). Clover Hullo Suited to all sections. Write fo ree Illustra- ted pamphlet and Drices to th Aultman & 1'ayl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 November 1885

n. r anvpniH'i: charge ol tne city IUK STATESMAN es of changes given will have prompt requested to not if j e not allowed to sell I1 hscih tr noa i)BrIptloc to Daily i -.;r'.nrii. ii dhih in ;lVilui;B....ii.1Ju jje" ttuuiu... - .v.iiiu vn1s spr.t Irfcfi on arm lcauon. Address STATESMAN PULLISUINU CO. Wm. P. Gaines President and Manager Calvin Sattebij-d;ld Peyton Bitowy Vice-lYesicJent. Secretary THURSDAY .NOVEMBER 12.1&36. A theatrical reporter is generally in a critical c mdition. Courier Jour- nal. Worse than that. lie is in a criti- cal dram-at-i-call condition. HiGGixd the appointment clerk in the treasury in going down the ele- vator in the department a few days since seriously admitted that ne had not told the truth since he had been m thft deriartment. and he might have added since his earliest recollection The Western and Southwestern railroads terminating at St. Louis have made a rate of one fare for the round trip to St. Louis during the convention of the National Cat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 November 1885

TORTURES AND BLOOD HUMORS II HUMILIATING Eruptions. ItculQK and Burning skin Tortures Loathsome Sore and every suectes of Itching Mealy Pimply Inherited Scroiulous and Coutageois Diseases OI 1118 UIOOU DKin HUH fTCtip nitu uin vi Hair from infancy to old awe. are positively cured by Cuticura the KWat Skin Cure. and Cutlcura Hotp the exqusslte Skin li-autifler externally and iitlcura Kesolvent the new Blood .Purifier internally COVEHF1' with mores. 1 have been aftlictcd since last Ma-ch with a skin disease the do'ilors called Eczema. My face was covered with scabs and sores and the Itching and bnrnlnjj wre r"" ' unbearable. Seeing your t;uiicura Kem x.t so highly rec- ommended concluded to give them a trtal.using the Or leura and Cutlcura Soaoexternallv and Insolvent internally f-r four months. I call myself cured In grat tude lor which I mnko Luis public sta ement. Mrs. CLAKA. A. I'KEDERICK. Broad Brook Couu. KCAI.Pi FACK EARS AND ECK. I was afflicted with Eczema on the Scalp Faca E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 November 1885

J " r" T n ration SB. THE the general mil supply of cy maps at si.iw r ia uanetl counties: ngeliija Atascosa AU3- iastrop jiee li 11 uex- lowi Brazoria. Callahan Utee. Clay. Coleman Collin Jaanehe tjoncno cryeii. feWitt Dimmit Duval lis. Jiocinal Jirath J ay- ettet jnr r no Udiveaion uiues- nie. (loliadTGoozales. Guadalupe II r- ris. Harrison. Haskell. Hays Hood Hunt. Jack. Jackson. Jasper JeiTer son. Jones. Karnes. Kendall Kerr Kimble Kinney Knox I.imar Lam pasas. .Lavaca L.eon LADerty .uiv Oak. Llano. Mason. Mataeroraa Ma erick McLennan McMullen Medina Menard Milam Montgomery Nacog- doches Navarro Nolan Nueces Palo Pinto Panola Polk. Had lllver lief u- gio ltunnels San Augustine San Ja- cinto San Patricio San Siba Shackel- ford Shelby. Smith Stephens Taylor Throckmorton Trinity Tyler Up- shur Van Zandt Victoria Wharton Williamson Wise Young Zivala. Lithograph mapj of the following named counties are sold at iilty cents Aransas Archer JJ!anco Brazos Burleson Caldwell Calhoun Camp C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 November 1885

n. 1 nm&iriicEirc rmryiar cue this peation nnarlr evry una ntMta iik. w.mA fcrt o( Uinio. I ItO.N entjni into slmoet every phy- lioian's prescription fur tiiuee who need building up. r T BEST TONIC. ior Wenknews T.nKMrnde T.nrk of :npry Ac it HAS NO r.OrAI and i the only Iron medicine that m not iujuriouM. t I'nrichrH tbo ISInori In vit-oriiten the J"fm- l(etoren A-lit-AidH UiKCutiou It does not blacken or in jure the teeth cause heed. aclier.r produce constipation oilier Iron mi 'lieinca tio Dn. O. IT BmKi.r.T a leading physician cf KprimrfieM. O.. nays: "Brown's Iron Bitter is a thoroughly (rod medi- cine. I nse it in my practice and rind its action exwti all or her formH of iron. In weakness or a lew condition of the eyntem Brown's Iron Bitters is usually a positive neceeni'.y. It is all that in claimed fur it." Genuine h.m trade mark and crowd red lines on wrapier. Tnke no ntlirr. Made only by II It OH .V IIKMM ALIO. ItAITIMOKK.MI). Lathes' Hand Book nseful and attractive co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 November 1885

1 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXAS. fDIB nHDCD rnavrofouridonfliat op-Wiring- Burma (10 Spni-e Bt-V J"?' Hmtrac'u may lK) mau'o for It. IN tW 01i-- MR. F. A. Bcott is In charge ot the city ibscriptlon department oITuk Statesman Hnd all complaints or notices ol changes giveD to him or left at this ilLce will have prompl attention. Subscribers v. ho do not receive yheir paper regularly are requested to notify tue fflce. Carrier-boys are not allowed to sell papers. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION Bate of Subscription to Daily i Dally per annum if paid in advance.... $10.00 dm month 1.00 i riample copi Address STi iddII f ATKSJLAN PUBLISHING UO. Wm. P. Gaines President and Manager Calvin Sattkrfiklo Peyton Bkown Vice-President. Secretary THURSDAY KUVKMBER 191885 THE STANDARD DOLL-IK. There does not seem to be any con troversy as between the bimetalists and the advocates ot the gold standard as to the bad policy of issuing any more silver dollars until some treaty can be made with England and Ger many...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 November 1885

SB TORTURES AND BLOOD HUMORS TTirMILTATIJfO EruDtlnns. Itching and -li Burnini; skin Tortures loathsome Sores find everv snwies of Itehinir. hcalv. I'lmply. Inherited Scrofulous and Coutagfoi.s DlseastB ol the Blood Skin and Scalp with lss fit Hair from infancy to old ae. are positively cured by Cutlcura the sreat Kkln Cure and Cutlcura Soap the exqussite Skin Uenutliier externally and I uticura Kesolveut the new lilood l'urlller internally COVKEEU WITH HOKES4. 1 have been afllicted since last March with a Bkln disease the doctors called Kczema. My iace was covered with scabs and sores and the Itching and burning wore almost unbearable. HeelnK your Cutlcura Remedies sohiKhly rec- ommended concluded to give them atrlal.uslng the Cui icura and Cuticura Soap externally and Itesolvent internallyrfor four months. I call myseI cured in gratitude lor which I make this public sla emeiit. Mrs. CLARA A. FKEDEBICK. Broad Brook Conn. MCALP FACR EARS AND KECK. I was afflicted with Eczemaon the S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 November 1885

GOVERNMENTAL. EEPOBTOBU1. ROUNDS AMOiiG THE "DEPAETMEBT3. tJOM rTROLLEB'S DEPARTMENT . . Tne following tabulated statement shows the number of liquor dealers in this state for the vear ending J une 30. 1884; also for year ending June 30 1885 and amount of tax paid for same time giving comparisons: Total number dealers 18S4 .. 1.57-2 Tax Dald.. ..$ 471fiOO Total number dealers 18S T&x paid.-..... ' 1 Jeer'ase 1351 ...$ 405300 .. b63O0 Tax paid $16500 Number wholesaw uemers. Number wholesale dealers 1885.. 35 Tax paid is I )oCIflUM3 Number beer dealers last Tax paid - 10500 6003 S40 42000 Numlxjr beer dealers lata. Tax paid 9 40400 uecrea.se.......- - Number quart dealers 181...... .... Tax paid - 9 Number quart dealer 1885.. Tax paid $ Number billiard 'tables litsi. Tax paid - I Number biUiard tables 1H85 Tax paid .1 Decrease 1000 4 oe.K.'o 70400 20.400 1.121 32420 980 3540 Total amount decrease ? 103880 This falling off may be attributed to the local option law in various counti...

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