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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 December 1886

? i t I lest named room is the postofflce of the honse and senate. West of the honse of representatives and also east of the sen- ate chamber in the two end pavillions of tha building- are numerous rooms for the officers clei its and committees of the leg- islature and opening into the state li- brary is a portrait gallery. The house of representatives is ninety four by nins;y-iix feet and the senate chamber ninety-four by seventy-nine feet. Both theae legislative halls are open to the ceiling of the third floor with galler- ies on tine third floor line completely en- oiruiing their interior the ceilings above bsing heavy polished cut stained plate glasa m bossed and flashed of superb de- sign aud color and directly above these ceilings ure the immense skylights on the roof of the building; while opening into the house and senate from the north and ' south are a double tior of windows. It will thus be seen that these two legislative halls receiva an abundant supply of natu- ral liir...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 December 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. I1IDHSDAY. DEmiBEK 16 1886 WEEKLY STATESMAN. SOUTflfePN WISDOM. We are Bot of those who claim for the b ka infnllihilitv of the POD6. We know that southern politicians make mis takes like the rest of mortals and we are prepared to go farther and say they made one blander big enoagh to keep down noisy boasting for a centary. But we do olaim and Bre prepared to prove that in many respects the confederate constitu- . tion was far superior to thst of the rinit! Htntna to dav. and we do claim anrl nAn nrove that the very matters which are now agitating the public mind as matters of supreme importance to day were matters settled by the southern people twenty-five years ago; that the south had then reached the goal whioh enlightened upright oiti zens in all parties of the United BtBteare per ardua et aspera striving to reach to j.. Wa nm fiihtinir "Droteotion." The o o Confederate constitution forbid bounties from the treasury and prohibited the levy ing of any tax...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 December 1886

1 . Relief and Cure The immediate use of Ayer's Cherry pectoral In tho earlier stages of throat and lung diseases Is highly important. Every hour's delay is dangerous aud may prove fatal. E. G. Reynolds druggist Dixfleld re. writes : "Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is a wonderful remedy. In tho fall of 1875 I was taken with a sudden Cold accompa- nied with a terrible Cough. I suffered for three months grew worse all the time and was threatened with Consumption. AYER'S Cherry Pectoral was recommended to me by a neighbor and had a favorable effect at once. I con- tinued its use until five or six bottles had been taken when I was completely cured." Dr. Chambers S. Penn Harden Scioto Co. Ohio writes: "My wife was afflicted with a violent Cough accom- panied with Bleeding. Remedies usually prescribed in such cases failing I resolved to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral which I am satisfied saved her from Pulmonary Consumption." PREPARED BY Br. J. C. Ayer & Co. Lowell If ass. For sale by all Druggis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 December 1886

f f .ttotu nrcvviv. st A TT?SM A V TTTTTTiSDAY. DECEMBER 16 1886 Q AUJi'' ttaUHlil mmtimuimi - m 1 . . . . . t i a i riA I (Continued from PvThrw. during three years previous to his locat- ing in Austin had run down in flesh from 180 to 137 pounds. Bis family record wns bad a father and five sinters having died with consumption and the dootor knew that grim death was hanging arouud in close quarters. So in 1882 he started in search of a desirable climate and after trying several points located at Austin an J from the start began gaining in flesh. H expresses himself as feeling better th:in he ever did in the northern climate an 1 that he is able to do a full day's work every day in the year and believes he is good for a score of years yet. Hundreds or people can ae rouna in AoUin from northern and eastern cities hj have located to secure the benefits of too climate and all of them are enthusias tic evidences of its advantages. For the HUMID rOBM OF ASTHMA there is no air superior. A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 December 1886

acre of land in Texas. Hence the build jog was made absolutely fireproof. To the eastward of the land office and on the heights thnt crown the farther banks of Waller oreek is the State Asy- lnm for the Blind. 'This is one of the largest institutions of the kind in the south. The oentral building is three stories with wings of two stories all hav- ing A FBONTAQK Or 270 FEET and containing seventy rooms halls - and apartments. - There is over 100 pupils of either sex from all parts of the state. It is an eleemosynary institution sup- ported by the state. One of the most naturally beautiful places of interest in the vicinity of Austin is the Lunatio Asy- lum situated on an ' elevated plateau some two miles north of the oity and the dome of whose main building is visible from Capitol hill looking up from the green foliage of the magnificent park surrounding the asylum. The buildings ' are of brick and stone large massive and roomy.. The total number of patients treated for the year end...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 16 December 1886

GOVERNMENTAL. WHAT IS GOING ON IN T1IK DEPARTMENTS AN EPITOME OF WHAT WAS LEAUXEB AT THE CAlTJ'OL YESTKIMJAV. STATIC DKPABTMKNT. The Uico cemetery corporation Harailton county tiled a charter iu of the oflioe of Hecretary of state yesterday. Directors: D. J'luirree K. Y. Cox and O. R. Morrison. The following senatorial and representa- tive districts have not forwarded election returns to the secretary of state as re a aired by law: Senatorial districts Fourth Seventh Eighth. Ninth Eighteenth Twenty-fifth Twentv-sixth. Twenty-eighth and Thir tieth. Representative Districts Fourth Thir teenth Fourteenth Sixteenth.Seventeenth. Twenty fourth Twenty sixth Twenty seventh Thirtieth Thirty-hrst Thirty second Thirty-fifth Thirty-eighth Forty second Fiftieth Fifty first Fifty-fifth Fifty-sixth Fifty-seventh Fifty-eighth Sixty first. Sixty-seoond Sixty-seventh Seventieth and Ninetieth. EXECUTIVK DEPAHTMKNT. Major George Brackeuridge has ac cented the appointment as a member of the board of reg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 December 1886

1 VOL. XVI. KJ iL al1Tto 7TuM?t.M 1M.. ; n7"T"s If your I-ivor Is out of order tuea your system Is deranged. The blood Is impure braath offensive; you havs headache fnol !a dispirited and nervous. T prevent a more e Condition) tuke at once S. I.. Jt. If you lead a sedentary life or sunVr with K affections avoid stimulant and talt 3. L. It. to relieve. li you have eaten anything hard of digest! f wl heavy aftor meals or sleepless at night S. L. R. and j on will feol relieved and' pleasantly. I- If you are a miserable siifferjr with Oni.stipaw.u t Dyspepsia and liilllonptines eeek relief at once In H. L. K. It does not require continual dosing am cost out a trine. It will cure ymi. If you wake up in the morning with a bitter bad taste in your mouth tuke 8. I. K. It corrects the blllious elomaob sweetens the breath ami cle.m- the furred tongue. bmuiions Liver lleguhit'ir is iven with sa'ety and the happiest resells to the most delicate lnunt ip. .. .1;- i .i i . ... rut bii iiuuKB in w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 December 1886

DttPRICES SPECIAL flAVOSIf- MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared with strict regard to Parity Strength and Ueultlifulncag. Dr. Prico'B Bakine Fowdtrcouiaina no Ammonia Lime or Alum. Dr. Price's Extracts V auillii Lemon Orange etc flavor delicumsly. PRICE BAK1NQ POWDER CO. Chicago and St Louis. HA1S M All COS. RAILROAD HOO.M THE COL LKGK KXTKHTAINM KNT. Special Telegram to the Statesman. bAN Mjrci a l)e eiiilwr 23. As anticipated in Tsleriav n iiort. C'i I. Iloinwr. of tl.e 1.&.U N. railroad was In the citv to day in the intermt of the branch from this print io l.a Grange lnter- seeling the Taylor A liastrop extension at that point. His very liheral propositions meet with general favor and when the company gets ready 1 to commence cnnstnu tion tliey will flrd that San Marcos people will lend a ready hand in wcurini; the ritht of way to Lockl art and so we are as- sured of two new roads in tlis course of the coin- ing year. Another lecture is hilled for to-night "Wm. J. Cannon the lieroot l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 December 1886

'BHTERS Combining IRON with PCI1E TEGETABLE TONICS quickly tad completely CLEANSES and ESBICHES THE BLOOD. JiUckn the action of the Liter and Kidnoys. Clean the complexion make the ikln smooth. It does not Injur the teeth cause headache or produce eon Stipatlon ALL OTIIEB IBOS MEDICINES DO. Phici&na and Druggists everywhere recommend it. JP- N. B. RrOOIJM ofMarlon. Ham. says: "I recommend Brown'j Iron Bitten u a valuable tonio for enriching the blood and removing all dvsuemio symptom.. It doei notburt the teeth?' Da. R. M Delzrix Reynold. Ind. says: "I have prescribed Brown's Iron Bitten in oaaea of antemia and blood diseases also when a tonio was needed and It nan proved thoroughly satisfactory " Mb. Wm. Btrns. 96 St. Mary St.. New Orleans. La . ays: Brown's Iron Bitten relieved me in a case si blood poisoning and I heartily commend it to those needing a blood purifier. Mb. W. W. Monaiun Tuscwnbia Ala . says: "I have been troubled from childhood with Impure Blood and eruption o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 December 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 23 1886 4 WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN TEXAS. RATKH OF srUSCHIl'TION. Ode month Threi moatha.. 81 x months Twelve month. $ l.U a.sti 5.0M to.txi SUNDAY DAILY. . ... i WCKKLT. 81x month Twelve months. 0.75 1 n llHVAUlABLT IN .DVANC. P artage free to all parts ot the United States and CsBaoa .. .-.. ..tin p. o. mono order JSSZ&'SZZ Er or .pr.eamle Copies sent tree oa application. All Papbm Discontinued at ib Kxwbation ffibwlUpl.aSeobrv.tb.d.teon thei. wrappers. Subscribers wishing addrew . of paper changed irlU state In their application iiu ... address. no v a wiGTT Is In chares of he city ud .-...u..'.-ntnt Tm Statesman and all f C aolafata or notices of changes given to him 01 . .11. im in have prompt attention MJlfc tUBW WIM subscribers who do not receive their paper regti ... tn nntlfv the office. Carrie 1 Xiy ore rnuDow - boys are not allowed to seU papers. ' "atkhm an roBusimra Oal'vin Sattkhfiklii Vice-president. Peyton Uimiwn. Secret...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 December 1886

AUSTIN. WEEKLY Static r THUIISDJ AY DECEMBER 23 18S6. X A- rift 1 t ' L 00 r Hi Hemorrhages. Now or from any cauue is speedily con- Sores Ulcers Wounds Sprains & Bruises It is' cooling cleansing and Heuling. Catarrh s fatffloacion. fortes "Pond's Extract C turrit Cure." specially prepared to meet serious cases should be applied with Pond's Extract Nasal Syringe. Rheumatism Neuralgia. No other preparation has cured more cases of these distressing complaints than the Extract. Pond's "Extract Plai Diphtheria Sore Throat. Use the Exti'act DromDtlv. !) Ha n rr Arm id Pi IllflC P ".Hieertlng or It chin sr. It n? ' H BreateBt klwn remedy ; raji- 1 7""" uier medicines 11 ;vo failed. Pun. I 's Extract Ointment U ShToJGS?.6 re"ov" of For Broken Breast and Sore Nipples. ftt used The Extract will never be with- out Jt Pond's Extract U i.t.n nt ls tlie best emollient that can be applied. Female Complaints i& lty of female. disases the Extract can be !!!SlvSSwe1-k-now?' wltU 119 Retort bo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 December 1886

FOUD'SEHPT Hemorrhages. ?.f ra tin riuich. Now) or from any cauae iaape . ly oou- iron mi aim aeoppt'ii. Sores Ulcers Wounds Sprains & Bruises It in' cooling cleaning und II- 'Imfc. Pjllillfh " I moat efficacious for thl Uaiai 111 iia. Col.l in tlii Iload.&o. " Pond'. KUrm ('ntarrh l ure" soocially iNtiparrd t meet eoririiis cases . should be applied with Pond'. Ki tract JMaaul Syringe Rheumatism Neuralgia. Nil other prupiiratlon litis cured more cjuhv of thiHMll-ilreMlng complubttn titan the KztriK t. t'oiiil'. Em ai l Plan. tr in Invuiimhlo in tlieae dioaic8 Linn- hfigo ruing In Uaek or ilo Ac. Diphtheria Sore Throat Cm3 IIih I'.h . uc-I piomptly. IH;Uy is dangerous. PJ'.. a lnlTlleet Inir or Itch In jr. It Jrl "bl is the greatest known remedy; rit)- hily curing when other nieilicimw u-ive falltxt. Hotnl'n KKiacI Olntiurnl in of croat service whore the removal of clothing Is inconvenient. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipples .rr'c. uso.1 The Kxtt iu-1 will never be with- out...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 December 1886

"Ibsetufelir Free frvm VyUttea wb'mt( u4 jfpwon 3AFE. SUtfE. PROMPT. .... .'KL'OmSlS AND OKALKRS. iiimm . i;kih (i.. mumnHif mk . i--.ws.i-3 "V.V clj?rS Sri. 2? lit THE GREAT" iFor-Pain Cures Bheumatlem. Nemlria. IHai-kfirli. lien1- Tuofhaclie. PHK'li. IITY CKNTS. At 1)1' :ir?it.i am. n ilri T.Wt aiAKLKH A. "KLKU fa. MVUVOItlt i DR. DROHGOOLE'S ' (-ENGLISH FEMALE BITTERS ( A powerful I'liTiim idnii: iin Female hemihitor. Tnr theciiru or Hi female CoinpluintH unit Irrccu- larltieH. or sale by all druggists. "PumiliiMciUcul iMrir "matted I'll kb on application to J. p. DROMCOOLE & CO. Louisville Kv f m If: ANNOYS yejfjYjBojpY A BOTTLE OF ( M .LEri's umg Balsam at caw DRU6ST0R.E saw. r- iv - A ITIi FULLY AND YOO viAtf 0T1E iIEtYroR COUGHS & COLDS fWP THAT IS . Soiv Brw druggists J.M. 1- HARRIS CO (MjVfrl fated HI Etc. advertisements Inserted in this column at the -fste of 45 cents for four lines of seven words each or lees and cents for each additional line each insertion invur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 December 1886

GOVERNMENTAL WHAT IS UOINU JNIN TIIK AN EI I TO ME Of WHAT WAS I.KARNT.I) AT TIIK CAP .'TO I YKslK'dlAY. C()MTU(LLViC ti IiEPAIitlf Comptroller S lin yesterday .VI. ' p proved tlio bond or l'.i-o Kiy lax assessor o .Midland county. liEPAV.TMKST OF XIlCCAHOy aptrlntendent Biker was bnty yester day .ifiidiutf o:it liis ttnnoitl report to iaeuitiri of the iegtiilatara D'MUU OF RKOEtOfl. The boiird of university regents was in nenmon yeterduy dimming and prepar ing Jio rjp.irt to bo made i;) the leg lain tnre. CAPTiOr COMMiHMO'SKUS T'lm following is from tiie report of the SRnitol commissioners h-aiied ycnterday After rtfering to the dutuilbd statements of becretary JjickiiiHon the report sayr "In reforenoe to tlio nhnr.io'tr and con lition of the work done upon the bnild jug we would SHy that every portion of it has been done Btrlatly in nocordance with the plans ar.d upeciucatious as amended to iluto ami is tirst cln-s In every par ticuhir. At the date of the closing of this report No...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 December 1886

"10T7 jar f- Vgh-gf1' AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY DECEMBEB 130 18SG 6 t . . - r STATESMA PERSONAL. "rtavs tested Its' virtues personally. and know k.t for by-pepsin Biliousness an i tbroDbing M.he. it 1b the beet medicine tbo yorid ever . w Have tried forty other remedies r 'fore blra- ?Vti Liv r Regulator Biid nose o! hem gave S 2 tl an temporary relief bnt the Be -ulutor not nly relieved but ciired."-Telograph Macon Ua. BAD BREATH vT..n.inn ). mi anoleasant. nothing go common is kH Bicstli and in nearly every tuse it comes will tnke tiimmons Liver Regulator. Do not islect so sum a remedy for Hub repulsive disor Jar It will also improve your appetite complex- ion and general health. Tired and Despondent 'For 'me time my Liver had been out of order and I felt generally 'good for nothing. I was ta- rt iced to try Simmons Liver Itezulat r. Its ac- tlm was quick and thorough and it imparted a b .k and vigorous feellug. It is tin excellent rem- t. inland Monroe Iowa. jiyiiiimd the Gkm'ink wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 December 1886

WASHINGTON. Further Items Concerning the Funeral of the Dead Senator From Illinois. Ten Thousand Dollars Subscribed For Mrs. Logan Who Will Be Pensioned. Ma Di hon Wis. December coinmander-ln-fhlef ol the O. -General Faircbild A. It. issues the following circular: To Grand Army I'ostB of the country : Bl'ECIAI. OltOKR NO. 8. The commander-in-chief with great sorrow an- nounce the death of Comrade John A . Logan who departed thin life on bunday Decemlier M at Washington. He waa one of the very first to be- come an active worker In the rsnks of the O. A. it. and he continued to the end of his eventful and most efficient life to give hie beet efforts for the good of the order. Always brave patriotic honest hie life closes amirlit the ters and lamen- tations ot tle people of the great republic which he did so much to preserve and his memory will continue to be one of the richest Inheritances of his old comrades of the union army. At the funeral ceremonies wherever they may be held will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 December 1886

V V' . ; .i ; . . - .. --7 - ' AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER SO 18S0 3 SURE. ( -.i: j.tfi For Pain Ctrea Bhflnaatii:!. Hentalrii. lUaelarbe Beeiii. IWbnelio hprnt.il rmmea. etc. t- PUH'K. flFTY OEJiTS. WW CHAULEa A. J'KIUIJ ttVJUiTI.WUU B. UTORK FOR ALfj jsrj) a week and expenses t A : lm" otuut ana particulars free. P. O. Vlckory Augusta Maine. T AND Mf KTGAGIJ BANK OP TEXAS limit JLJ ed.nejrntmtni) louns and linn notes from Jl IKK' Upwards on favorable tonne without dolav. C. IJ. biUiuian manager Masonic Temple Austin. FITS! Wbon I My crtrs I do not mean rneral y to Hop than for a limit and ttian bare Uiuiu return aruln . 1 mevn a i.iva euro. 1 Onvn moDa the .1Ism ol FITS KPII.tlsy or K.VI.I 1M) SirKWrmi a llfoJoOKMtnlj. 1 waiTl.t my ren.c-.lj In cure the ot cum. ilecause othi.ra bo railed 1e no reason tor Lt now receiving a envc. fiend at oik fur tteiuliia and Freo Dottle. oT n.y lr.fallU.le remei.y. n.n. S.fw ana m (Mr. It msle yeu uotl.'ng f. atrl-l and 1 U1 cum j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 December 1886

... -.r Trcutv Tiim?;rAV. rn?.f!F.MTCEB 30 1886. .... 4 AUSTJuN W&ttflXiI OiAiMJ- 1 ; r i WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. fi n.T. Ode month.... J-JJ Three months Blxmorrtbs PwaIva months 1U.W 8UNDAT DAU.T. Twelve months t?-jj 8U month 100 Six months ?"X? Twelve months 1 1NVABIABLT IH A.DVAMCK. P jstse free to all parts ot the United States and Canada Rami h tft nn Aimtin. P. O. money order. eoet&l note. registered letter or express Sample copies sent tree on application. Ail Parana Disoonttousd at tub Kikiration jtbi Tina Paid for. ... ... anhwrllMr will nleaae observe the date on their wrappers. Subecrlliers wishing address of paper changed will state In their application botn the old and new duress. MR. F. A. SCOTT Is In charge ol he city snD- nlptlon de jmtment ot Tbi Statisman and all ICaplatata or notices et changes given to him or left at this office will have prompt attention. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regn- arlv. ara reotiested...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 December 1886

sloslgl -"it art 'iMkiBii iiiriii Hemorrhages ng c tolled and stoppld 4 ta Sores Ulce Wounds "Pondv'i W in the Head 8PeciUy p t'-tarrl care" "neumalism.Neu ralqia uffilena Sore Throat. h. angflroU87 Promptly. Delay 3 - of -o-i-t U i-or Broken Breast and Sopjippies temale Complaints. i& Tnteaso" the E" can be bottle ullairectln accompany each a CAUTION. rOnd S Extract if.88 b8en lm"ted. JMs&y p'oture on ?it;.A1 insist on having Pond's Bii . 1014 m manure. MM STerjwhere Prices 60c 81 $1.JB. Trepawd only by POD'S EXTRACT CO. HEW JTOKK AKD LONDON. HOLIDAY MUSIC TTor Holiday Gifts. No Gift to a lover of music can be more appro- priate or give more enduring pleasure that onr excellent collections of the finest mneic euch as are here mentioned. Anv book mailed promptly CLASSICAL WORKS. Beethoven's Honatas celebrated Lebert and Von Billow editionsHyote. each J3 or cloth embossed. Mendelssohn's Songs Without Words SI. Chopia's MHzurkas($l) Wb Nocturnes (60 eta.): and his Waltzes (50 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 December 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 30 1886. WEEKLY STATESMAN ATJSTIS TKXAS. BURYING IN PCBLIC PARKS. The proposition to bury Gen. Logan in Tinblio Dark at Chioago is seemingly continuation of the preeedent established v. nnltnre of Grant. If the custom j .etahiihed of burying distin AO VU W irnished personages in our publio parks. then instead of being places of healthy and pleasant resort for the population of large cities they must take on a cemetery grave yard feature reminders which the living nrhilA seeking recreation do not wish to have thrust upon their thoughts T ot n. nrt dfttraot anything from the military fame of Logan whioh will sur Tive in history along with that of Grant but the haunts of the living are soaroely appropriate abodes for the dead. Again if the reoent discoveries of oientists are true and the deductions of bacteriologists not a myth park sepul tures may not be so very commendable in a sanitary point of view UNIVERSITY LECTURES There is a most exce...

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