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TJSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 25
BOBJfS, DIARBHCEA, CHAJ
DIGS, STINGS OF INSECTS. FILES,
EOEE EfES, BOEE FEET,
THE WONDER OF HEALING I
For Pile, mind, nierdlns; or IUh
lit;, it is tha greateat kuown remedy.
For Iturm, Hcald. Wound, nriilnrw
)nd Sprain, It la unequalled .topping pain
tui healing in a marvellous manlier.
For Inflamed and More Eye. It effect
apon these delicate organa ia aluiply niarv.lloua,
It I til l.adliN' I'rl-n(l. All femalt
Vimplaicta yield to its wondroua power.
For I'loem, Old Norm, or Open
Wound, Toothache, 1 ncenclie, Illtea
of Inarcf, More Fert, IU action upon theu
la moat remarkable.
JtECOatMBXItEli ItT rilTSICIAXat
VSEB IS nOHVlTALS!
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EXTRACT. Take no other preparation,
it it never told in bulk or b) neature.
IT IS UNSAFE TO USB ANT Pit EF A RATION
txcett toe Genuine with oub dirbo-
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. icon, COc., $1, $1.75. Sold everywhere.
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University of Virginia.
(Founded by Thos. Jefferson,)
The 04th Session .Begins Oct. 1st, 1887,
and contlnnea nine months.
Thorough Instruction in Lltiffary, Scientific, snd
Professional Ltapirunent', lncltiillni; l.w, Med
icine, Pharmacy, Eturlneorltitf and Agriculture.
For Catalogue PI'y (' - University of Va., Vs.)
to CI1AS.H. VBNAULB, Chairman of Faculty.
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JOHN It. SAMPSON. A. M Principal.
RKV. EDGAR WOODS, lh. O r Associate
THE FALL SCHOOL.
Th fall school at Gem City lltistneas College,
iQiiImcv, ill., Iieglns September rth. with a grand
reunion in the Opera House, Friday evening,
rieptomoer II. A full hiialneHS rmireo, a Normal
IVnmuiishlp cursv. Nhorthand and type-writing
all taught !y (indent teachora. Catalogue and
full partlcuUra aent free. Address
D. L. Mussclman, A. M., Principal.
FOH ALL DISORDERS OF THE
L" and Bowels
CureConstlpntlon, Indigestion, Tlyspcpsla.riles,
Sick Headache, Liver Coniplninls. I.iikh of Ap
petite, HIUoiisneKs, Nervousness.. Jaundice, etc.
For ShIu by nil Druggists. Price, )S8 Cents.
PACIFIC MANUFACTURING CO.. ST. LOUIS. MO.
DljNTAGEi' OF GINNING
LABOR SAVED IS MONEY GAINED 1
1. Your Cotton Is weighed on a Wagon Scale
!. Your Cotton Olnned off the. Wagon.
3 Your Cotton Elevated by Machinery.
I Vim r Cotton dinned In 3d Minutes
n. Your Cotton sold at (iln without Moving.
Your Cotton HhimI sold without Moving.
7. None but the driver required; all other
help furnlBhed. There ia doubl trouble in atop
plug half way as you have to handle your cotton
tuo often and have to come to Austin at last. Cot
im tw.ni.lit in the Seed. You ran have your Cotton
stored In Are proof warehouse and Insured at S,1
cents tr month. Cotton not Insured is in danger
of Are in the Country, and if burned you get
Caah paid for white Shelled Corn.
rithlnn Ilahlt Cured In 10
20 4nye. !o pay till cured.
WEAK. UNDEVELOPED PARTS
Oflh. i.mlr niilnruMt iiiiJ at rviuil turned, rull liartleia-
jam iM.ntarok.il fnx.FHIK MMl.tll HrFKALO.WJf-
TEXAS GERMAN AND ENG
A Dflv and Boardintr School for
Boys and Young Mon.
J. H Bishop, A. M., principal, successor
to Jacob Biokler. General plans of school
The ranze of study includes English
German, Spanish, Latin and Greek lan
guages; mathematics and sciences; vocal
masio ana gymnastics, tumpeieun iomu
era in all departments.
The eleventh session will begin on Mon
day, September C, 1887, in the Military
Speoial attention to primary and prao
A school for girls, under same manage
ment, with com Detent teachers, will be
taught in an adjaoent building.
Circulars will be ready in a few days.
For farther information apply to
J. H. Bishop, Hotel Orr.
Aubtin, August 9, 1887.
To My Friends and Patrons:
I take pleasure in introducing to yon
Trof. J. H. Bishop, who intends continu
ing the Texas German and English aca
demy, lie comes highly recommended as
an experienced teacher, gentleman and
scholar, and be will no doubt prove worthy
in every respect of your confidence and
patronage. Very truly, yoars,
Sain Johnnlng "At Home."
Bam .Tihnsitig, nn Austin colored man,
who keeps tbe sheriff busy hunting him up,
Is once moi-e nn inmate of the Travis county
hostile. Jim Webster, a chum of the uccused,
called at the jail to console his friend.
What do you want heref" asked the jailer
"I joss culled, sah, ter make inquiry, sab,
ef my friend Mr. Sam Jolmsing is at home,
ah !" Texas Sif lings.
ISrokerage In thai Ilonsehold.
Bho How's the chocolate this morning,
Ho (absent mindedly) H'm; crudo cocoa is
quoted at 17; quarter of a ioint off yester
day's list. Till Bits.
Oilite tt Crooked Log, Indeed.
Wo liear that Lumun Woodward's log for
tho old Rett lei 's cabin is quite a marvel in its
way. II. Crossley sny ho stretched a tnpo
lino along it from end to end. There is a sag
or curvature of the sjiino in the middle that
makes a divergence of six feet two inches
from a straight line. The treo was cut by
tlio owner because it made tho cows in the
pasturo so crosseyed to look at it
that tho butter from their milk made
tho children tonguetied. The tree never
leafed out till full, because it took tho
sap all summer to find its way up to tho
brunches. W hen Lumun put the log on the
fuir ground it immediately began to roll all
around tho premises, being too crooked to lio
still. They hud to whip up the team to got
away from it. Oeiieseo (Ills.) News.
Indignant Citizen Sir, I wish to call your
attention to the fuct that the street in front
of my house has been torn up three times
since May 1. it's perfectly disgraceful.
Highway Commissioner Did you say three
"Yes, sir; threo times."
"I will make a note of that and speuk to
the contractor. Wo try to bnvo the streets
torn up six times between May mid August,
and tbero must huvo been somo dereliction
Bomowhcro." -Philadelphia Cull.
i: n fortunately Situated.
A big newsboy wus insulting a small boot
black in tho alley back of the postodlco yes
terday, when a letter carrier said to tho little
"I wouldn't stand It it 1 were you."
"I'm obliged to," answered tho boy ns he
trotted along ilh tho currier. "I'm out of
condition this summer, my trainer is out
west, and the polico wouldn't let us go be
yond ten round'' anyhow. Wait till I catch
liim in Chicago." Detroit Free Press.
Another Veteran's Kjtperlence.
"Wero you iu the nrmyj" '
you in a battler.,
"You never ameUed powder, then?"
"You bet I smelled powder! Why, I used
to spark your sister every Sunday night, and
my shoulder was covered with powder on
Monday morning. bmolleU powder? Ah!
didn't I? It smelled good, too." Newman
Letting In Light on Merit.
"Your daughter writes the most beautiful
letters I ever rend," said Merritt, trying to
make himself solid with the oltl huly.
"Yes," replied Mrs. Malnprop, "I have
spnred neither trouble nor expense to give
her n thorough education. As for her letters,
I know they must bo good, for I bought her
a copy of the best letter writer that is pub
lished." Tho Epoch.
'What a Itnllwny Conductor litis Observed
A railway conductor combats tho cruel hal
lucination that the coming generation of his
countrymen will bo puny, sickly and played
out. llis experience of many years convinces
him that tho contrary is tho case, and that
the nverugo child of "under 12" who travels
with n half furo ticket is as large as a boy
or girl of l." or 10 used to be in ante-rail
way days. Niw 1 ork Metcury.
Got Off Cheap, Too.
A junior member of tho wealthy Rothschild
family, who had heard nbout the price of land
out west, visited this country some years ago.
In a Kan Francisco barber shop ho was
shaved, had his lmir cut, shninpooed, etc., for
which he was charged $2. "This is n queer
country," said young Rothschild afterward
to a friend; "a shave hero costs two acres of
land. "-The Eioch.
A Stupid Clerk.
Dealer (to clerk) What did that young
lady want, Jiimesf
Clerk She asked for anatomical Brussels
carpets, and 1 told her we hadn't such
Denier Great Scott .Tunics, that young
lady is from Boston! wanted body Di-us-
sels.nml we ve got an overstock of 'em. New
"They say ttiat lorn llartwortu is very
"Is that so? I'm sorry to hear that. I at
ways liked Tom. When I was troubled with
dyspepsia, several years ago, he was the
only one among my acquaintances who didn't
tell mo just what would cure me." Boston
Done ncfofe His Time.
"And now," concluded the clergyman, after
a long discourse, "we have seen that millions
on millions of people have been benefited br
following this Scriptural injunction." Just
then Lawyer Stubbs woke up long enough to
say in a sleepy manner, "Move that the in
junction be mudo permanent." Judge,
The Iteat I'lace to Stem.
Enthusiastic Daughter Oh, the bathing at
Atlantic City is splendid just now. How I
would like to breast the wild waves! How I
could stem the currents-
Old Granger Mirnnthy, you just stay in
the kitchen an' stem currants for your
ninnimy. Philadelphia Call.
Spelling) Iteform Ia Kereaanrjr.
"lam troubled with phlegm,"
S lid u Mfaker pro tegni.
"And you greet my remark with l.md lauhtft.
"It;;!!1 I've a cough.
'(;: you make me o acough'
Cat I'll e I..;, ivvcu.-i- ur, heivu;,hler
fc. ti w vjf iJr -h ?r : ;i
Faith Cure fairly Beaten.
Chaplain Hall Writes the Follow
ing Remarkable Letter.
From the Albany, Y., Express.
monv vnnra mv wife had been the
victim of nervous dyspepsia, of the
chronic, distressing and apparently in
nnrnhln tvna from which so many of her
Biif anffar. languish and die. It was all
- ' I o
ti,o nnma lienansn the tendency to it was
inherited. She had been under the sys
tematic treatment of many of the best
physicians in New York and Brooklyn
and elsewhere for twenty years with only
temporary relief. In faot.tbere were few,
if any, kinds of food that did not distress
her, so diseased, sensitive and torpid were
all the organs of digestion. The usual
symptoms of dyspepsia, with its con
comitant ailments, were all preserjt bad
taste in the mouth, dull eyes,cold feet and
hands, the sense of a load npon the
stomach, tenderness on pressure, indiges
tion, giddiness, great weakness and pros
tration, and fugutivp pains in the sides,
chest and back. I have often risen in the
night and administered stimulants merely
for the sake of the slight and transient
reliof they gave.
Intermittent malarial fever set in, com
plicating the case and making every
symptom more pronounced and intense.
By this time the pneumo-gastrio nerves
had beoome very serioudly involved, and
she had ohronio Gastritis, and also what I
may be allowed to call chronic intermit
tent malarial fever all at once. For the
latter the physicians prescribed the good,
old fashioned, sheet-anchor remedy,
quinine, gradually increasing tne uoses,
until incredible as it may seem she ac
tually took thirty grains a day for days in
succession. 1 his coma not laBt. i ne
effect of the quinine was, if possible,
almost as bad as the two-fold disease
which was wearing away her strength and
her life. Quinine poisoning was pain
fully evident, but the fever was there still.
Almost every day there oame on the
characteristic chill and racking headache
followed by the usual weakness and col
About this time I met socially my
friend Mr. Norton, a member of the firm
of Chaunoey Titus & ompany, brokers,
of Albany, who, on hearing from me these
facts, said: "Why, I bave been through
almost the sains thing, and have got over
it." "What cured you?" I asked eagerly.
"Kaskiue," he said, try it for your wife."
I had seen Kaskiue advertised, bnt had no
more faith in it than I had in sawdust,
for such a case as hers. Mrs. Hall had no
higher opinion, yet on tho strength of my
friend's resommendution I got a bottle
and began its use as directed.
Now recall what I have already Baid as
to her then condition, and then rend what
follows: Under the Kaskine treatment
all the dyspeptio symptoms showed
instant improvement, and the daily fever
grew less and soon oeased altogether.
Side by side these diseases vanished, as
side by side they had tortured their vic
tim for ten years the dyspepsia alone
having, as I have said, existed for twenty
years. Her appetite improved from week
to week nntil she could eat and digest the
average food that any well person takes,
without any suffering or inconvenience,
With renewed assimilation of food came,
of course, a steady increase in flesh, nntil
she now looks like her original self.
She still takes Kaskine occasionally, but
with no roal need of it, for she is well.
consider this result a scientific miracle,
aud the "New Quinine" is entitled to the
credit of it, for from the time she began
with Kaskine she nsed no other medicine
If you think a reoital of these facts
calculated to do good you are welcome to
to make them public.
(Rev.) JAS. L. HALL,
Chaplain Albany, N. Y., Penitentiary.
P. S. Sometimes letters of this kind
are published without authority, and in
oase any one is inolined to question the
genuineness of the above statement I will
cheerfully reply to any communications
addressed to me at the penitentiary.
Jab. L. Hall.
Other letters of a similar character
from prominent individuals, which stamp
Kaskine as a remedy of undoubted merit,
will be sent on application. Price $1.00
or six bottles, If 5.00. Sold by druggists,
or sent by mail ou reoeipt of prioe.
The Kaskine Company, 54 Warren St.
New York, and 35 Farringdon Road,
Chicago lets her boodlers esoape from
custody, and has a jail full of condemned
anarchists she is afraid to hang. O! for
one single Friday of St. Louis determine
tion, firmness aud justice.
The death has been recorded of Mr. E.
C. Bertrand. He was the author of
"Graudfathr's Clock," and he died in
Loudon hospital. He should have been
very old man to be author of the clock.
The son of a lawyer recently bad
hand injured by tha bite of shark.
Weiilman, the Detroit's pitcher, Is for sale.
Tt,.tHii-f In Tli-nnklvn is now even that Chi
cago wins the pennant
Fields is developing rapidly as a good
catcher for the Pittsburgs.
Manager O. P. Caylor, of the "Mets," is
Sraveling around with a bad case of malaria.
Esterbrook has received several offers since
his release, one of which came from Chicago.
Roseinan has been presented with a gold
badge by some of his friends in Philadelphia,
In a recent game Carsey, of the Eccentrics,
beat his previous records by striking out
Dan Bi outhers, Detroit's first baseman, is
the third League player to cross the century
line in base hits.
That excellent team of colored players, the
Cuban Giants, has so far phyed 100 games
and lost but twenty -six of them.
Sunday is now with the Chicago team once
more, but will not play for several weeks un
til his sprained ankle is in perfect condition.
For long lilts Thompson leads the Detroit
team. Ho has in seventy-one games made
twenty-two doubles, fifteen triples aud six
Hendershot, having played all over the
country this season, has finally gone back to
his old team, the Acmes, the club he made
his reputation with. He will cover third
When Horace Phillips, on bohalf of the
Pittsburg club, in the winter of 18S5, paid
somewhere about $6,000 for the whole Colum
bus team the price was thought to be enor
mous. Now one player alone will bring more
than was paid for the whole Columbus team.
"How much would Detroit give for Anson?"
President Stearns was asked in Detroit "I'd
give him half tho club," was tho reply. An
son was asked what he thought about it "Oh,
I'm for sale," said he, "but when they make
their figures it must be with me and not with
Harry Wright, the veteran manager of the
Phillies, has expressed the opinion that the
Detroits will eventually win the champion
shin this season. He says he prefers that it
should be won by an eastern club, but he fears
that neither Boston nor New York will De
able to get there.
Caruthers, of the St. Louis Browns, seldom
mixes with his associates of the diamond
whilo off the Hold. He arrives at tho grounds
frequently unaccompanied and immediately
dons his uniform and goes out for practice.
After the gumo is over he retires to tho dress
ing room and in less than ten minutes he
leaves the grounds with his bat and valise in
The Boston Courier's choice for the best
three general players of the League is Morrill,
Williamson, Richardson. Each of these
threo men can fill any position in the nine,
even to pitching. For the best threo base
runners, M. J. Kelly, J. M. Ward, William
Sunday. For the best batsmen, Anson,
Beat in, who is to pitch for the Wolverines,
is a smooth faced, rugged looking young fel
low, 21 years of age, five feet nine in height
and weighs 102 pounds. He is a native of
Baltimore, fli-st playing professionally with
the Fredericktown (Md.) club in 1880, and
with tho Allentown, Pa., team this season,
where he made his reputation.
Kinslow, tho Detroit's new catcher, is 22
years of age, weighs 100 pounds and stands
live feet ten. Ho sports a blonde mustache,
and is a pleasant looking individual. lie be
gan his professional career with the Freder
icktown club and went to Allentown this sea
son. In July la:;t season he caught for the
Washington league team, being put behind
Philadelphia is now closely pressing the
New Yorks in the team batting. In seventy-
four games the latter sent 3,006 men to tho
bat, who made 1,054 base hits, with a percent
age of .350, while in but soventy -three games
the Quakers were only at tho bat 2,833 times
and made 001 h!ts, with a percentage of .339.
Detroit tind Chicago are closely following
these two clubs.
A regular hornet's nest has been stirred up
in tho Chicago camp by the recent reports
that Silver Flint had broken his temperance
pledge. Flint, as well as the management,
emphatically denies tha report and swears
that he has not touched a drop of any intoxi
cants since tho season opened. Anson says
that no man in the team has touched a drop
of liquor since their contracts wero signed,
and if they do 8100 fine will be inflicted for
the first offense and $200 for the second.
Young Wing, of Hartford, Conn., is said
to be again contemplating matrimony. He
has been a widower for some years. Ills wife
was an American lady.
Ernest Renan will soon publish a new vol
ume under tho title "Discours et Confer
ences," consisting of occasional discourses de
livered by him since 1879.
Carter H. Harrison, ex-mayor of Chicago,
has given $4,000 to St. Luke's hospital of
that city to endow a bed in memory of his
late wife, Margarette Stearns Harrison.
Robert Lewis Stevenson will soon reach
this country. He will go to California and
spend a year or more in the southern portion
of fiat State for the benefit of his health.
Professor Carl Vogt, of Geneva, and Pro
fessor Alexander Agassiz, of Boston, were
elected corresponding members of the Paris
Academy of Sciences at a recent meeting.
John Russell Young is collecting material
for a history of the civil life of Gen. Grant
He has lost considerable flesh, but his health
is better than it has been for several years.
William M. Stark, recently appointed col
lector of customs at New London, Conn., is a
decendant of Geu. Stark, of Revolutionary
fame. Mr. Stark is a lawyer and a college
RATES OF SPEED.
Swallows fly at a rate of 150 to 200 miles
F an hour.
An ice yacht will skim along at seventy
miles an hour.
The Connecticut cyclone of 1883 did 200
miles an hour.
The big comet of 1843 reached a speed of
325 miles a second.
Th earth travels around the sun at the rate
of eighteen miles a second. .
The electric current in an overheated wire
travels 22,500 miles in a second.
Carrier pigeons liave flown at the rate of
114 miles an hour for seven hours.
The shock of the Granada earthquake in
1SS4 traveled at the rate of 1,800 miles an
On the Great Northern, an English rail
way, one tra'n makes 105 miles in 108 min
utcs, but trains have been driven 100 miles
Tho grtutvst velocity ever measured by
man was that of the electric discharge of
Leyden bottle through a slender coptier wire,
which 1 commuted to be 2X0.000 miles f
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