The Austin Statesman. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 31, 1889 Page: 8 of 8
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Justin .Etttthls Statesman ffijmrsuag rtabtx 31 1883
An Awful Sore Limb.
Skin entirely (tone. Fleh a maM of dln-
ewe. l diminished one-third In Bile.
Condition hopeleM. Cured by the Cuti-
cura Ilemeli in two month.
Cured by Cuticura.
Vor three years I was almost crippled with
an awful sore leg from my knee down to my
ankle; the skin was entirely gone and the
tlesh was one mass of disease. Some phy-
sicians pronounced it incurable. It had
diminished about one-third the size of the
other and I was in a hopeless condition.
After trying all kinds of remedies and
spending hundreds of dollars from which
I got no relief whatever I was persuaded to
try your Cuticuba Kbmbdiis and the resul
was as follows: After three days I noticed
a decided change for the better and at the
end of two months I was completely cured.
My flesh was purified and the bone (which
had beenexposed for oyer a year J got sound.
The flesh began to grow and today and for
nearly two years past my leg is as well as
ever it was. sound in every respect and pt
a men of disease to be seen.
. 0. AHERN Dubois Dodge Co.Oa.
Skin DImmm IT Tears.
I have been troubled with a skin and
scalp disease for seventeen years. My head
at times was one running sore and my body
was covered with them as large ad a half
dollar. I tried a great many remedies
without effect until I used the Cuticoka
Kkmkuie and am thankful to state that
after two months of their use I am entirely
cured. I feel it my duty U you and the
public to state the above case.
L. R. McDowell Jamesburg N. J.
Another Marvelous Cure.
The Cuticuba Cuticuba Resolvent and
Cuticura Soap have brought about a mar-
velous cure in the case of a skin disease on
my little son eight years old. I have tried
almost all remedies and also the most emi-
nent doctors all alike failing except the
wonderful Cuticuba Remedies.
Ed. N. Bkowk 7-u N. Kith st. Omaha Neb.
The new Blood Purifier and purest and
best of Humor Remedies internally and
Cutiouba the great Skin Cure and Cuti-
cuba 8oap an exquisite Skin Beautilier
externally cure every species of torturing
hnmilintine. Itchiliir. burning scaly and
diseases ot tne stun setup aim
Inod. with loss of hair and all humors
blotches eruptions sores scales and crusts
' whether simple scrofulous or contagious
when physicians and all other remedies
13 TTifPLES black-heads red rough
. AlVL'chapped and oily skin prevent-
ed by Cuticuba Soap.
HOW MY BACK ACHES
Back Ache Kidney Pains and
Weakness Soreness Lameness
Strains and Pain relieved ia one
minute by the Cuticura Anti-Pain Plantar.
The first and only instantaneous pain-kil-ling
A Word About Catarrh.
"It is the mucous membrane that won-
derful semi-fluid envelope surrounding the
delicate tissues of the air and food passages
that Catarrh makes its stronghold. Once
established it eats into the very vitals and
renders life but a long-drawn breath of mis-
ery and disease dulling the seane of hear-
ing trammeling the power of speech de-
stroying the faculty of smell tainting the
breath and killing tho refined pleasures of
taste. Insidiously bv creeping on from a
simple cold in the head it assaults the
membranous lining and envelopes the
bones eating through the delicate coats
and causing inflammation sloughing and
death. Nothing short of total cradicaiiou
will secure health to the patient and all
alleviations are simply procrastinated suf-
ferings leudingto a futnl termination. 8an-
fobu's Radical Cube by ir.halution ami by
internal administration has never failed;
even when the disease has mude frightful
inroads on'deliunte constitutions hearing
smell and taste have been recovered and
the disease thoroughly driven out."
SANroiio's Radical Cuke consists of ore
bottle of the Radical Cube one box Ca-
tabkhal Solvent and one Imi'boveo In-
1 halkb neatly wrapped in one package
with full directions; price $1.00.
Pott kb Dbuo & Chemical Cobpobation
EVERY ilSCLE ACHES.
Sharp aches dull pains strains
Land weakness rellevei! In one min
ute by the Cuticura Antl-Paln Plaster. A
perfect antidote to pain inHummution and
weakness. The first and only pnin-killing
1'lHHter. instantaneous inlullible sale.
Acknowledged by druggists and physicians
to be the best yet prepared. At all drug-
gists 25 ceuts ; five for fl.00; or postage
tree of Potter Druq and Chemical Cob-
fouation Boston Mass.
Labor Saved is Money Made'
Cotton sold at the Gin and requires bo
You get tho highest market price at the gin.
One trip only required and you get your
money. Kvery mile you go from Austin
you will have to do it over twice in order to
yet your aioney In Austin thereby losing
Cotton ginned for the seed bagging
nil ties Included or the fifteenth.
JOHN CONDON & CO.;
Wanted For Sale Etc.
Advertisements inserted in this column
at the rate of 25 cents for four lines and 5
cents for each additional line euch inser-
tion. All notices appearing in these columns
must Invariably be paid for in advance. No
exceptions will be made to this rule. .
1)ICTITRE FRAMES pictures glass and
mouldings at lowest prices. Frames
made to order at short notice. No extra
charges for making same. C. F. Rumpel.
WE shall unload tomorrow morning a
carload of fancy Minefield bananas
sweet Louisiai.a oranges and Ruutan cocoa-
nuts one car of the celebrated Bell apples
also a car of assorted vegetables including
cabbage and red onions from St. lmis.
We received during lust week fresh pigs'
feet fresh California raisins and Swiss
cheese. To arrive during this week fresh
figs currants evaporated apples. Messina
lemons; candies of all kinds; pretzels
crackers and other goods in our line. R.
Bertram & Co.
ANTED On the old Nichols farm
three and one-half miles from Austin
on theOatmanville road hands to cultivate
100 acres of good black land.
BELL TURNER my 15 year son has loft
home and any information of his
wherealKiuts'will be thankfully received at
Travis Peak Poatotllce. 1 want him tocome
lioine and be a good honest boy. His Fath-
er R. W. Turner.
pHE W. C. BELCHER LAND MORT-
L gage Co. 104 W. 7th (Hois d'Arc)
Street or box 034 Austin. Negotiate lien
notes and loans from V00 to $30000 at low
rates on unproved lands. Tins is a home
company with principal office at Austin.
IP An PPlr 8 dks 8cri PI
till r:iB and All) m Vei
JL U U Box New York.
Popular 8 nits 8cri Plrtnnv Votto
verw-e Mr onll
r stamps. P.O.
Austin October 29. The local prices are
Good Ord 7 (Middling. 8 7-16
Low Mid BlA . Mid. Fair 815-10
Liverpool October 2!). -Spot cotton closed
steady and unchanged.
Ordinary. 6 Good Ord 5 5-16
Low Mid 5 9-16 Middling b
Good Mid h
Total sales 000
Imports ; 25.000
Futures closed firm at 1 point higher on
October. . .5.46 asked
Nov.-Deo.. 6.34 bid
Feb.-Mar. . .5.84 asked
April-May.. 6.34 bid
May-June.. 5.36 asked
Dec-J a a. .5.34 asked
New York October 29. Spot cotton
closed nominal and unchanged.
Low Mid 10
GoodMid....ll U-16Mid. Fair.. ...11 11-16
Sales 877 bales
Futures closed steady at an advance
of 4 to 7 points on all months except
... . i - i i i .
LK'iuuer which uecuueu it puuiui
February. . . 19.03-10.04
January... JJ.9G- .U7
New Orleans October 29. Spot cotton
closed firm and unchanged at former quo-
tations. Low ordinary. 1
Low Mid 9V
Good Mid... 9
Mid. Fair... .10 1-16
Sales 9750 bales
Futures closed Bteady at an advance of 5
to 8 points on all months
October. . .
Galveston October 28.-Spot cotton
closed steday and unchanged at tormer quo-
tations. Ordinary.... 8 1-16
Low Mid.... 9
Good Mid.... 9 11-16
Good Ord.... 8 9-16
Middling.... 9 7-16
Mid. Fair.... 9 15-16
Sales 1001 bales
E x ports bales
Shipments coastwise 4400 bales
Shipments by rail bales
Stock 81912 bales
Galveston October 29. Following Bare
the receipts at United States ports:
New Orleans 27245
New York 309
West Point 4 811
Totul this day 62189
Total this duy last year 54047
UNITED STATES CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT.
Following are the receipts and exports at
all United States ports:
Receipts thus far this week 161587
Receipts same time last year 145018
Receipts this day 62189
Receipts this day last year 64047
Total this season 1764912
Total last season 1418709
Exports to Great Britain 47.010
Exports to France 16915
Exports to continent 44105
Stock this day 600277
Stock this dav last vear 613437
Galveston October 28. The following
are the closing quotations for spot cotton
to-day at the leading markets together with
the closing for middling yesterday with
Mid- Mid- o
To-day. Yest'dy lod ?
5K b 80000
9 7-16 9 7-16 1082
9 9 9750
9 9 1000
9 6-16 9 6-16 3500
9 9 200
9 6-16 9 9-16
9 11-16 9 1397
W4. 10 5-10
10U 10X 377
10 11-16 10 11-16
10Ji . W
9 6-16 9 6-16 870
9 9-18 9-16 4200
0 9-10 9 9-16 880
Liverpool . .
Firm . .
Ouict . .
Firm . .
Quiet . .
Quiet . .
tuiet . .
r li in . .
UKAIN AHli PROVISION MARKETS.
Chicago October 29. Wheat Market
opened tlull and easy; held steady for
awhile and later became more active and
weak. Closing figures were lower for
December and c lower for May than yes-
terday. Corn Moderate speculative and fair
slapping business was transacted
in this market with feeling quiet
and strong early in session but as
day advanced un easier tone was mani-
fested and early strength was not main-
tained. The close was a shade lower than
Mess pork Not much life was exhibited
os local manufacturers were inclined to sell
for November and January delivery and
prices declined 20c to 2c on the former und
ijc to 10c on the latter. October was in
some request from short interest und prices
ruled 15c to 20c higher.
Ijird A firmer feeling was developed
but trading wus within very moderate lim-
its. Shorts were anxious to purchase a few
lots for October delivery and the opening
sales were made at 15c advance followed by
a further appreciation of 10c. Later a re-
action occurred and prices receded 20c.
Other Oeliveries were quiet and prices ruled
2 to 6c higher.
Short-ribs Sides The market was neg-
lected and trading was unusually light.
Leading futures closed: Wheat No. 2
December TJlic; year 78c; January 7!?sc;
Corn No. 2 November i31Jc; Decem-
ber. 31c; May 33;.
Mess pork November 9.55; year
9. ; January 9.42.
. Lard November 6.05; Year 5.92J4;
January 5.92H- '
Short iribs November 4.92U; January
Flour Market nominally easy and unchanged.
Unsuspected causes lor malaria exist every
where. A sunken lot partly filled with water
In the vicinity of your abode a new lecation
upon Und tilled In but formerly overflowed or
marshy and causes far more occult than these
produce the atmospheric miasmata which con-
stitute the germs that if inhaled ripen into
fever and ague and congenital malaulits. A
person taken unawares with a malarial com-
plaint should as soon as it declares itself seek
aid from the safe non-disappointing cordial
medicine Hostettert Stomach Bitters which
has for over a third ot a century and In every
quarter of the globe relieved the malaria-
stricken and neutralized mlaima in air and
water. The Bitters imparts activity to the
stomach bowels and liver repels incipient
rheumatism and remedies Inaction of the
kidneys and bladder. Appetite and sleep are
improved and the iaflnwUes ot age mitigated
by its use.
Wheat No. 2 spring 78c; No 2.
red 78c. '
Corn No. 2. 31Kc
Mess pork 10.90 toll.OO.
fflShort rib sides Loose. 5.20 to 5.56.
Dry salted shoulders Boxed 4.50 to
Short clear sides Boxed 6.50 to 5.62 .
NEW YORK. 1
Hew York October 29. Wheat-
Market easv. Spot No. 2 red 82 to 83c.
Options closed: October. 82c;' November
82c; December 83c! January 85c; Feb-
ruary 86Kc; March 87c; May; eDVc.
Corn Market weaker. Spot No. 2
41 to 44J4c; options closed: October
40c; November 44jic; December 41Jc;
January 4lc; May. iiyic.
CoffeeOptions opened steady 5J to
15 points down closed barely steady 35
to 45 points down. Sales 48250
bags including October 14.25 to 14.50; No-
vember 14.20 to 14.40; December 14.30
to 14.05; January 1430 to 14.40; Feb-
ruary 14.00 to 14.65; March 14.55 to 14.65.
Spot Rio fair cargoes 18Jc.
Sugar Raw unsettled and nominal ; re-
Molasses New Orleans dull.
Kice Quiet and easy.
Wool Market quiet but firm. Domestic
fleece 32 to 30c; pulled 23 to 24; Texas 14
St. Louis October 29. Flour Little
or no demand and market dull and easy.
Wheat Lower.'' There was good buying
early in the day but a sharp break in Chi-
cago increased the selling and prices de-
clined rapidly. Later there was a partial
recovery and the close was firm at c to 4c
lower for December o to o off lor May
from yesterday's close; cash 75c Decem-
ber closed 77c bid; May 82c to 83c.
Corn Dull; cash 28c to 29V$c; November
28ic : February closed 28cbid; May 30c
Corn meal 1.60 to 1.65.
Provisions Tirm but unchanged. Very
ittle business doing.
Kansas City' October '29. Wheat-
Market steady. No. 2 hard cash 63e.
Com Market steady. No. 2 cash 22Jc.
GALVESTON COFFEE MARKET.
Galveston October 29. Market steadj
and unchanged. Good ordinary 18 to
19c; fair 19j to 20c; prime 20 to 20 Jc;
choice 20J$ to 20c ; Cordova 20 to 20o.
GALVESTON SUUAR MARKET.
Galveston October 29. Sugar quiet and
lower as revised. New York standard granu-
lated 7J6c; confectioners' A 7e; cubes
7c; powdered 8c; crushed cut loaf 8c;
choice white 7J4c; off white 7c;
choice yellow clarified 6J4c; prime yel-
low clarified 6o ; choice seconds 5c ;
prime seconds ; fair seconds 5c.
Wholesale grocers' quotations to c
higher. Grades omitted are not in the
Galveston October 29. Wool Scoured
and unscoured dull and unchanged with
no sales. X 65 to 50c ; No.l 49 to 50c ; eight
months clip XX 64 to 55c; X 5 3c; No.
1 49 to 50c.
St. Loms October 29. Wool Re-
ceipts 84694 pounds. Market quiet and
Philadelphia October '29 Wool Im-
proved in demand at iliside quotations;
Will positively cure sick headache
and prevent its return. This is not
talk but truth. Carter's Little Liver
rilla. One pill a dose. Try them.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Chicago October 29. Drovers' Journal
Cattle Receipts 9500; shipments 3000.
Choice to extra beeves 4.60 to 5.10; steers
3.00 to 4.50; stackers and feeders. 1.90
to 2.90; cows bulls and mixed 1.20 to
2.80; Texas cattle 1.75 to. 2.80; western
rangers 2.00 to 3.80.
Hogs Receipts 23000; shipments 8000.
Market weak; mixed 3.50 to 4.20; heavy
3.85 to 4.22U ; light 3.90 to 4.30.
Sheep Receipts 9000 ; shipments 2009.
Market steady; natives 3.00 to 4.90; west-
ern 3.50 to 4 15; Texans 3.00 to 4.10;
lambs 4.20 to 5.80.
ST.Louis.October 29. Cattle recelpts.4500
shipments 1200. Market stronger.
Choice native steers 4.30 to 4.90; fair to
good do. 3.30 to 4.35; stockers and feeders
1.75 to 2.40; range steers 2.00 to 2.80.
Hogs Receipts 6000; shipments 600.
Market steady. Heavy 3.85 to 4.10;
packing 3.70 to 4.00; light 3.90 to 4.10.
Sheep Receipts 2900; shipments .
Market firm. Fair to choice 3.35 to 4.60.
Kansas Citt. Mo. October 29. The Live
Stock Indicator reports:
Cattle Receipts 9400; shipments 3400.
Native beeves. 3.35 to 4.50; cows 1.20to 2.35;
stockers and feeders 2.25 to 3.10; Texas
1.40 to 3.25.
Hogs Receipts 9300: shipments 100.
Market lower. Good to choice 3.90 to 4.00;
heavy and mixed 3.75 to 3.90.
Sheep Receipts 200; shipments 2800.
Good to choice muttons 3.00 to 4.90;
stockers and feeders 2.00 to 3.25.
A clergyman after years of suffering
from that loathsome disease Cutarrh and
vainly trying every known remedy at last
found a prescription which completely
cured ana saved him from' death. Any
sufferer from this dreadful disease sending
a self-addressed stumped envelope to Pro-
fessor J. A. Lawrence 88 Warren street
New York will receive the recipe free of
AUSTIN PRICE CURRENT.
Following are quotations for wholesale
rates unless otherwise specified :
APPLES Green 9 barrel. 3.003.50.
BACON Breakfast 10llc ; longclear
77.ic; short clear. 7Mc. "
BANANAS Per bunch packed 2.00
ACGINO In fair supply ll12a
Bit AN 75 90c.
BUTTER Country fresh from wagon
1620c ; from store 2025c; Kansas
creamery 3O40c. .
CABBAGE Per crate 2.50.
CANNED GOODS Per dot peaches
Standard lbs.. 1.35; strawberries 2 lbs.. 1.35;
blackberries lbs 90c (3 1.00; tomatoes 2 lbs..
CHICKENS Per dox. 1.752.40 from
wagons from store 2.252.75.
COFFEE Rio 19g23c.
CORN From country wagon shuck
30c; shelled in bulk 2S30c; from
Btore. sacked 3545c.
CORN MEAL 40c. A
COAL Anthracite V " ton delivered
12.50; Colorado 7.50.
COTTON SEED Per bushel 15c
DRUGS Alum. V lb 6c; Ammonia
carb. $ B. 25c; Balsam copabia V lb.. 50c;
Borax $ lb. 75c; Calomel f tb. 9095c;
Camphor refined V lb. 35c; Cinchonida
V oz. 25c; Chloroform $ 55c; Chloral
hydra e. tb. 1.752.15; Cream of Tartar
lb. 45c; Gum Opium lb.. 4.0034.50;
Morphine $ oz. 3.253.50; Quinine V oz.
DRY GOODS Dress prints 56Kc;
standard plaids 77!c ; light brown do
mestic 4-4 5c ; medium do. 4-4 67c;
heavy do. 4-4 7)i8c ; bleached do.. 4-4
fiiifflvc; heavy do.99lc; brown drilling
7M8c; Alabama plaids 7c; brown duck
ng. 9&(8 13c: ieans cotton 12X16c; do.-
all wool 22J35c; mattress ticking 6X
9c; feather do.. 12$15c; hickory do. 8
11c; ginghams 712Kc; brown cotton
8K7Kc; cambric. 5K5?c.
EGGS Fresh yard from wagon 15
17c; from store 2025c.
FLOUR Best 5.006.00.
HARDWARE Iron per pound 3c; steel
plow. 4c; do. cast 12 Uc; nails per keg
$3.40; do. horseshoe. Clinton per dox.Nos.
6 to 8 3; do. Ausable No. 7 $4.50; wire
barbed painted 4c; galvaniwd 4c;
smooth Nos. 6 to 9 4c: do. block 3Jic
MOLASSES Louisiana 2526c; drips
HIDES Prime flints 810c; dry salts
45c ; wet salts 34c.
HAMS Sugar cured 1213c.
HAY Bottom per ton baled from
wagon 10.0012.00; from store 13.0016.00;
loose from wagon 8.009.00.
HOMINY Per bbl. 3.50.
LIQUORS Sour mash whisky from
three to eight years old 2.003.50; sweet
mash. Kentuckv eoods. two to seven vear.
old 1.753.00. Wines imported ports 2.00
si n. -L- - n :j n m. 7i:f : :
1.001.75 according to age.
Did yon ever;
No I never
See'd a feller
Half so yeller
How's your liver?
Why all upset of course. Then
take the remedy. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery and you won't go
around looking the color of a 'yeller
fever victim. It means good-bye bil
iousness headache lost appetite sour
stomach indigestion impurities of the
blood and countless miseries of suffer-
ing humanity. It is guaranteed to
benefit or cure in every case of disease
in which it is recommended or money
paid for it will be refunded.
SHIP YOUR COTTON TO
t D. CIevey i
HOUSTON. TE AS-
Best market in the State. Best
acllitles for handling. Satis-
factory and prompt returns.
Quotations and Stencils furnish-
ed free of cliarge.
TO WEAK 1M
Buffering from the effocU of youthful errors early
decay wasting weakness lost manhood eto I will
send a valuable treatise (sealed) containing full
particulars for home cure. FREE of charge. A
splendid medical work ; should be read by every
man who Is nervous and debilitated AddreBS
Prof. F. C FOWL.KH Moodus Conn.
5 Wi Sf "tire ftiUlwTftrcliRhl. Idlcn
- fjf k iruirlt for lMumond Bruml
I V Jf in red Di.'talllc boxtu mm I ml with bluu
rmboQ. 'Hike no other. Hfnn4Mtps)
vtr pHruouiara tua neiier for
dip. in Utter. h mull. Same Paner.
Chic-heater Chem'l Co. MtJIon fc. PIiIIm..'
A- 01 "BAIMTCDC t fOW TO WT AT CARD.
Regulate The Bowels.
rtlBHa deranvn the whole By"
Ion and begeta diaeuacs aucli as
Dyspepsia Fevers Kidney Diwases
Bflions Colic Malaria etc.
Tatt's rills prodae regular befcltot
bmiv and god digestion vjltnoeil
Wkich no one can oujoy good liealtU.
The Racket Btore
Jo the Farmers of Travis County:
We wish you to know that we are doing business here and in a new way. We buy for cash and sell in the
same way. We do not expect to get rich this year or the next. We expect to sell piles of goods and make a little
on all of them. We will save you money on everything we have and when we say this we mean it. We don't ask
you to believe us but to come and get our prices. If they suit you buy ; if not it is ajl right. We are always glad
to show goods and give prices. Our goods are all marked in plain figures and we have one price only to every-
body. No changing from that price. We make change to the cent on everything fairest way for both parties.
For want of time and space we can quote but few prices :
Two papers pins
One paper best pins
Sewing silk spool
Six dozen Agator buttons
These are simply samples of our prices. .
Towe Is Hosiery Underwear Work Shirts Stationery of all kinds Bed Spreads Tinware Dress Shirts Lace
Curtains Bed . Quilts Table Linen Suspenders Collars and Cuffs Cutlery of all kinds Light Hardware Soaps
Rugs Mats Horn Stools Hassocks Table and Stand Covers Ruchings Ribbons Laces Embroideries Trimmings
Table Oil Cloth cheap Window Shades cheaper Shawls Gloves and Corsets lower than the lowest. We guarantee
to save you money Look for "The Racket Store" Bign. Call and Bee us.
SAUTER & HALLOCK 914 COTgres8 Avenue-
Garbled quotations from official reports falsely credited to respectable
journals but really emanating from the
Baking I jwder Co. have again made their appearance. Extracts from official
letters and documents are falsely quoted and spurious words inserted to mis-
lead the public and hoist into notoriety an adulterated food product. Cooked
up stories made out of whole cloth appearing in an article headed "A Re-
markable Expose" have only exposed a sad dishonesty of purpose.
The public likes to see fair and open competition backed by honest and
legitimate advertising. Trickery and fraud will always react upon the trick-
ster. These attempts to throw sand in the eyes of the public are too shallow
and only instil an added interest into the intelligent reader to find more pos-
itive and1 praiseworthy proofs of superiority.
' The American Analist of New York City says in its issue of June 13 1889 :
"No 'Board of Health' has ever officially endorsed the Royal Baking Power as
its manufacturers state. A careful perusal of the original National Board of
Health Bulletin "Supplement No. 6 page 33" will show quite conclusively
that "without money considerations" but in the interest of the United states'" y
Government they endorsed "Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder as the strong-
est and purest."
In reference to the report made by the Canadian Government on Dr. Price's
Cream Baking Powder we refer to the Commissioner of the Inland Revenue
Department Ottawa (seat of government) Canada which will show that Mr.
Wm. Saunders Public Analist of that Department gives the preference to i
Dr. Price's in strength and purity.
A bogus report purporting to come from the Ohio Food Commissioner is . -another
brainy (?) concoction of those who take the pay and wear the collar
of the Royal Baking Powder Co. This Royal editor would make the public
believe that their powder with its filthy ingredient ammonia had been
officially endorsed while the truth told Commissioner Hurst of Ohio over
his own signature denounces the Royal's report as "a false and garbled
statement." Commissioner Hurst adds : "This article (Royal's) pretending
to quote but misrepresenting my official circular as it did was a most flagrant
abuse of an official paper." '
Nothing better.than deception can be expected from ft Cdttiptiy w'h) wi
foist upon the public as "absolutely pure" a food preparation which has a3 Hi
basis that harsh caustic chemical carbonate of ammonia. The origin of
ammonia is filth decomposed animal and vegetable inafifer and yet it is bein
used as a leavening power in the Royal Baking Powder.
It was decided by tl 'National Food Anilists" that Doctor Price's Cream
Baking Powder was the one they could recommend to general family use
being free from ammonia alum lime and all drug taint.
Place a can of the "Royal Baking Powder" top down on a hot stove until
heated ; then reinove the cover"' and smell. A chemist will not be required
to detect the presence of the disgusting drug Ammonia."
Let Dr.Price's be subjected to .the same test and if icontains Ammonia or (
any other unwholesome unclean substance it can be detected without the
dictum of the Royal Company.
Should and mftyknowhowchilri hearing
can be effected without pui it or clang-
er and curetheirills. :end for sealed
information. A vonderful di sco very.
Or. H.J. DYE Buffalo N.V-
$2.50 PER DAY KXPKN8K8 PAID
any reliable portion to superintend post
intf up advertisements of our (foods. No
talking required. Addredfi.enclosinirSc
Stamp for reply Universal Supply Vo Hlalto UldgChleaRO
Shataer's English Csferrli Quire.
tMi position ti e L'.omedy flow to the front en
appur purtu-.'thc hrnd where rait needed.
JF PIOrJ DEAFNESS CATARRH HAY FEVER
WJtd WEAK EYES BAD BREATH. .
SOLD BY DUIKKilSTS. 50 CKNT3.
Or sent on receipt of price by Ful
ler & Fuller wholesale druggists
Envelopes two packages for 5c not 10c
Best envelopes one package 5c not 10c
Rubber tipped pencils two for. . . 5c not 10c
Writing pens two for lc not 2c
Dress stays per dozen 5c not 10c
Hooks and eyes t -"-2c not 5o
Thimbles " 2c not 5c
Croquet Deedles 3 and 5c not 5 and 10c
5c not 10c
5c not 10c
3c not 10c
5c not 10c
2c not 5c
2c not 5c
5c not 10c
advertising department of the Royal
BRICK FOR SALE
Brick yard located one and a half miles
west of I'ostoflice at the west end of Pecan
street Austin. Good road. No crossing of
the riyer. Foreman at the yard authorized
to sell and always on hand to delirer good
hard burned brick.
PARMBR8 needing brick can drive to
the brick vard and be waited upon.
Orders for brick in the city can be left at
office jm the northwest corner of McDonald
buildu!g basement floor.
Or by telephone: Office telephone No
16. Brick yard No. 62. Residence No. 194
WE EMPLOY LADY AGENTS Sauir
Our n?fnt nt Anntin. Mtnn. made 175.00 In 10 days.
INDIES HTFPL tOM Jib 7 W. TTuhlaftta ttt. thlcafO Ilk
Mi McDonasiVBrickyar d
J ' 1.
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The Austin Statesman. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 31, 1889, newspaper, October 31, 1889; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth278189/m1/8/: accessed June 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .