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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 December 1886

fl!nBDD!Pire SPECIAL I MOST PERFECT MADE p3Ti ln "i""" w Pnrltv Strength and Healthful. Dr. Price's Baking Powder cuSs VauTri;80' Alum- Dice's Extracts vanilla Lemon Orange etc- flavor deliciouslv. T ... . . . PRICE BAKINS POWDER CO. CWcaJo ani St Louli The Markets. jnancial & Commercial i -i. Austin December 28. There Is still a con- 'erable movement in the holiday trade and Ian-n-f"ln the wholesale business. NEW YORK. BONDS STOCKS IT. Ssw ToKK December 28. Bonds closed at the following prices hid: Bonds. Yester- day. To-day. l.TFnlted States .Is leglslered Jnlted States 4s v'llted States 4s g nited .States Pacific lis of 1895.... f mtral Pacific tirsta gold Bs jxas Pacific land grants resr'ed 7s ' f exas Pacific Kio Urande Dv. fie. HUM 1W!4 vm 125 lis SI 71W husk 101 H 110 las 1251 116 61 71 1165 ' (ynioa PaWflc sinking fund Sg Stocks closed at the following prices bid: Stocks. NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS Tday.r' T-tlay- 41 4l" 14 143 1B0 ISO 135' 135 ioo huh 131 133 25 25 X2 33 72 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 December 1886

. .1.. STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 30 1880 ' ATTSTTN WEEKLY T'.-o Dny of liolidavt a-.'! ITow it y Chris tali. Obs-jwr.. :o l: "ore all 'J !u-.f.s. An-J Gu)4 !Vi v- Wo! I. There is no sentiment that apeaks to the true heart in mnauor terms or mai evoke.i from that heart ft warmer response than tho Chrintfnas tide It is the hap- niOBt time of the yeartha time we all love aud we aU look to .ilJ looking buck upon wo havo nothing to repel aim an fiir ihiinlfR ami tlefiiii(rH. Christmas ia Austin wuh happily spent. ili'iro wita trie niiicst cuyr'.'a or. enjoy mm. for all. tin noor not beintr forgotten In such uaacs of meriy nml'ing HOtnetimes thoie who cannot rnjoy lifo an the more for.lunate of th world loon on wisttuny hut this time if an? one h:m been left nil- remembered it. was v imply Ltcatise they were not known and ilid not mulio them savoa known 'l'ho ladk'H of the aid societies belonging to the several churches have been active ia tb" work and have blessed nianv who oraiirwiH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 January 1887

KLY nn 'ATE AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY JANUARY l!i VOL. XVI. NO 8 WEE SMAN biliousness Which may be termed ' AN AFFECTION OF THE LIVER .ndc.i ha cured by that crawl Regulator of the Liver aud Biliary organs SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. ii I hve s urTerpJ with biliousnese and disordered Liver and would frequently throw up bile. 1 pro- cured bottle ol Simmons Liver Regulator and after using about oue halt of it was conip.etelv cured. One uf my lady customers told ine the other oav that Simmons Liver Kegulator completely cured her of pick headache." U. lis Druggist Cedar Uipids Iowa. "Duiiiigthe last six months I was very biJioua racaeionallv having a uumbehillfollowed by fevers which prostrated nu. I took Simmons Liver Ueg- n later and for several mouths I have been as stout and hearty as ai.v man could desire to be. I am thormHilv satbilod r.iiat it is all it isrecommande.i for Mlioua complaints for mine was certainly a stubborn c.w. I have heard many of mv friends apeak of It and they agr....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 January 1887

AN EARNEST APPEAL Rev. Mr. Brown Explains Every Texan Should Eead--A Com- ' munication from the Chairman of the Drouth District. A Reiteration of Previous Utter- ances and a Renewal of His Remarkable Statements. The following intorcHtiuu; communica- tion from Kuv. John Brown of AlLmny ws hnuded to the Statesman yeHterdiiy: Kditor of the Statesman. I Hnk the privilege of making a Btne- tnent to your renders that may help them the better to understand the question of goffering in northwest Texas. And first let me reply to your question an to how I came to go uo'lh Reeking aid before can- vassing the state. In the mouth of July the governor published a proclamation calling upon the people of the country to render assistance at once to about half a doen or so counties whose people were then without bread. Then and through August relief commUteeu were organized in about a dozen counties and agents were sent to Fort Worth Dallas and other citie through the state to solicit. Home Hour baco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 January 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 13 1887. DR. JOHN BULL'S SfflfsToDicSyri FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER 4ND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES. The proprietor of this ttuebraiett medicine justly olaims for it a superiority over ail rem- edies ever offered to the publio for the SAFE CERTAIN SPEEDY and PERMANENT cure of Ague and Fever.or Chills and Fever wheth- er of short or long standing. He refers to the -entire Western and Southern country to beai him testimony to the truth of the assertion that va no oase whatever will it fail to cure it the directioilsare strictly followedand carried out. In a great many cases a single dose hat been sufficient for a cure and whole famihei have been cured by a single bottle with a per- fect restoration of the general health. It is however prudent and in every case more cer tain to cure if its use is continued in smaller doses for a week or two after the disease has been checked more especially in difficult and long-standing case...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 January 1887

AT WORK. The Legislature Settles Down to its task and gets to Business. Bill Introduced in the Senate for a House of CorrectionThe Governor's Mossage. Gossip About the Senatorial Race Caucuses held Last Night. How the Senators will Vote. As was predicted in advance the work of ertfuniziiiK the two house of the legis lator!) for the business of the session did not consume h very threat Amount of time. The senate wits reiidy for business yestur- duy morning und several of the uieiriher" of thnt illustrious body improvtd the shining hour to lire sundry bills at the secretary 8 desk. 1 he news paper resolution evoked H considerable spread of clixiuence and consumed a con Hidcrable portion of the forenoon in the senate. TUB HKNATOJIHUII'. If Huy one thinks that the senatorial ri' e isn't red hot they can be disabused of the idea in very short time if they will take the trouble to lounge in the lobbies for a little while. Not less than four ciiiniisos were held last nih'lit. Governor Irel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 January 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 13 1887. 5 the prisoners convicted under this beading but never allow the system thus formulated to he a branch of the penitentiary management. By thus reducing felony often we you will very sensibly de- crease the present army of convicts" and iy em- ployingoouuty convicts to work jour road yon will make tliein self-supporting and healthy and at (he same time develop a system of public high way which will soon be a valuable acquisition to the stale. ORSKIt COUNTY. Under the act of the legislature passed May 3 18S2 1 appointed Measrs. J. T Brackenridge W. 8. Uernden. (i. R. Freeman and W. 11. Bulges as omuiiesioners to men a like commission ap- pointed by the president of lhe United otatea to loca'e and marn the boundary between the Indian Territory and the state of Texas. The commission on the part of the U. S was composed of Major S. M. Mansfield Major W. K Llvenaore Lieut. Thomas L. Casey and Lieutenant Lansing 11. Beach. The order detai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 January 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 13 1887. AYER'S CherryPectoral in the cmlier stages of Consumption U illV.llll.'lbll-. It will slop till- l-ollgllillg rrlnri! In-all h to tli-rn-i-il liviii's uinl. ' v. Iii-ii 10 1 in i ii 1 I in m-imui w ill always -lji-rt a i-iiiv. Tlii'i-c win'i-ri a.-". I iiinlrn-li-il a vi-m-i i- i-.iM. liii-li il -K-lnn il raiiillv into Hi -iiirlii: i . :in ( iiiiiiiiiiiI inn. I was so wi-iii. f l t:i t I i-niilil not it up; in v form a loii'li 1 1 1 : i : i r ' I . ami I roughed In-ri-.-anl u . I liiwil 'ii'al i loi-lor-4. Iml Hi -ir i-H-ii-is in lii lp nic wi-ri- powi-rli-si. ami ail icjn-i-il lint I w:i in I (UMimiition. .l la-t. a friend priii-iiri-il for tin-n bottle 'if Awl's I'lleiTV Vei-iil. which I t'OMi- iih-ii I iilng. ami fiuin (In- tiM. dose lot) ii I I'l lii'f. I i-iiiiiiiiiH'il inking it until 1 lia-l n-etl two hottli-4 which elli'i'liinlly CURED ME nnil I liiu- siliri- i-niovril perfect licnlth." J. S. r.railli-y Malili-n. .Ma-s. Htl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 January 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JANUARY 13 1SSG 7 DOWN TO BUSINESS. ' The Twentieth Legislature Settles to Work. The Senate Organizes and the House Partially Completes its Work Gossip in the Corridors. A good long while before 12 o'clock yesterday the temporary capitol was filled with what might well be called an overflow of humanity. There were law- makers old and young and old and new. There were members of the Third house and there were idle lookers on. Of course there were candidates and an abund- ance of them and they were as lively as mice in a corn bin. Every desk in both chambers was covered with candidatorial cards and the candidates themselves were frequent and numerous in their attentions; so much so that sometimes a seeker after one office would be found button-holing a lone fisherman after some other office. The legislative 'proceedings will show how mBny hearts were made glad and how maDy disappointments were caused yesterday in the choice of officers so far as the w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 January 1887

attcttv xvvvKl.r STATESMAN- THURSDAY. JANUARY 13 BROW5 -TKE EE5770KIC. Thin medlr-lne combining Iron with jiny'J ".m.taWe ton!.-. .jul' Ny find joiniilotoly l urea lTieiln lmll-llin. j-iiknrr uiimre lllnoil .Unlitria! UtlNuiid tevern ml urnlin. T1 ... It In an imlniliiiK remedy for Diseases or tho lili"iVnv"uitie"ir I-isonscs r.etiiliiir to Women aii'l all who niI.Mhi y I von. UiIm not inJiiFR Hie Urc-I Ii.cbiimu ln-alai-lie.oi i.UHliire coiistiilim-""'7 hrmmntirmnr.n. Iturirlfhesuril purifies tliel!oo(i. stimulates be appetite aids the i-t-i m i Intion or fwul. rt- n vi-n Heartburn nml Helihlng and strcinjlu- vim the muscles ami nerves Kor Intermittent Fevers Lassitude I-ack M Fnergy Ac It has no eiml. The penuinc linn above trade innrk an-1 c rossed red lines on wrpK-r. 1 like no other. n.ti. i. k. iihow n i iimin 1 1. o.. biiti ioiiv. an. (Continued from Paee 7 enta the commeniliitiorm clue to those who have fniilitully diHclmreJ patlio trust. On mo ini. the houe adjourned. TO MY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 January 1887

WEEKLY STATESMAN. VOL. XVJ. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY JANUARY 20 1887. i7 " CONSTIPATION. "My attention ufler suffering with Constipation for two or t.iree vetirs was railed to Simmons LI .er Regulator ami having tried Hlniost e'.ery- tliim: ei- concluded to try it. I first took a wme- ftlusnful aud atr.e rwards reduced the doc. m a t?a- ' spoonful -as per directions) alter each ine.il. I found tliut. it bud done me so nun h good Unit I continued it until I took two hot-ties; simvj then I have nor experienced any dilliculty. I keep it in my house and would not !)' without it lint have no use for it basing cured iuo."--Geo. W. sum As- sistant Clerk t-uperior Court Bibb Co. Ca. "riavingled a sedentary lite for a number of years my bvcU became very irregular and my habit constipated. Ry the a;lvi?e of Irietids I was indued to resort t Simmons Liver- Regulator nd I now enjoy better health (ban I hive known for year. l; to. V. Kckekt Water Jtotu't Philu. ;kONliY t K.NUINE bus our Z stamp i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 January 1887

OUT AND IN. Tho Regular Bi-cnnial Chango of Administration EOcctcd Ycs- tcrday with Eclat. Ireland's Furewcll and Boss Inauguration--A Thoughtful Stato Paper. The Grand Ball Last Niftht-Sights Scenes and Incidents of Inau- gural Day With tho Usual Filling of Spicy Gossip. If the administration of Governor Ross could be Judged i" advnnoely the weather .. t 1. . i i Iiih iiKiiiL'iirul iliiy it would be guff to i't bin ollicial career down h -one of smoothness mid iik without ft flaw. The nifrry moiilli of .May coulil not have produced a brieliter or mure pleasant mid beautiful day th'" WH Kiv''" ihU uly on which to retire one mini from high of- floe mid instnll another to thu place. The day was bright ttiti luetics wore out in full force and it was in every sense an auspi- cious occasion. TIIK INAtHIUIIAf. KIKIll'IKHH. Promptly at 10 o'clock the military were called to "assembly. Companies A. E and II of the Second regiment- the Texan Mile the Granite Kifle-s end the Austin Grays and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 January 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 20 18S7. 3 26587.335 BOTTLES OF WARNERS SOLI3 TO DEC. 27 188G. N Oili r Italv in tiic Wu-J Can Produce Such a Record. This woiidorfnl success of "Warner's Saite Cure" is duo wholly to the renl merit of ( 'imc: For a long time it has loon REGARDED BY TIIE HIGHEST MKKK'Ui AUTHORITIES AS THE ONLY SPECIFIC 1'ORKIDNEY LIVER AND LMlKni l I;!SEASIS AND FEMALE COMPLAIN I'S. Th.nmiu ! i of peoDle owe thair life nn.l luviit.h to "Warner's Safe Cure" aud wo cr a r.roduoo 1 10000 TESTIMONIALS to tliat.cffei t. Knad tho following nud note the large number of bottles distributed. We gunr- ftfiti e these iiarcs to be o rreot as our sales-books will trove. BOSTON. 1149.122 CUT. W. . ilOBINSON (U. S. Marino 1 it ii.. i:u;r .l.. N. Y.) in 1885 was suffer ing with T- SKIN HUStOB LIKK LEPUOSY. (iould no; ' ep; was in great aoosy for t wo yiBM mud everything without bene- fit. Wi!3 i.r ..mnoed inoueadlk. "Twenty bottles (if tVamev'a Safk Cure ooa- j'jiiiri.y i ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 January 1887

Contlauf-d from eighth r.rfnt mrninilinn of tn uieti-.l champ Is tin In th liih (umnw fnim whii-ti tiiny iMiimiati- anil I (limlil not hut tlial many of tli snil'-i-li'iin will ciiinietm llimiv?8 lo your f.ivom'dH ( stiteration anil tlinr ailoiitlua tfl l u!ua'jlH iiu- iirovemeuui in out laws. the n am. no aim. I feel It a d ity t ijll your aiu-ntiun to certain iIihw- u( tliw rHilHuv 'iUHxtion and to unit vour thoiiL'littiil anil imtrlotir coiiniilotailon tliTHof. It in atari m ir tlian lltiy vi-ara ai." wlii-u tunim BT- vanlB olcoiaiiifri anil of the piUilic wnrw wholly unkn mn unit jr-t eo ruiil anil in irvrloua has hei-n thn prm-rum of tli.-ir roimtruriwn anl le- vrliipiiiiMit that a lariw pi-rif nlap l th wealth of the world la invmlnl lu tu-ir w uriti-H anil thrir pniirra li-cltlinaii ami onuriinl oiernhailow nvn the m ijittv of t'ovi-rnnifnl anil frwpii-iilly u fy ita authority. Il coiiH marri'ly Iw exitfil Unit the ni-w anil uorful ai.-emifa do raplilly l- velojicil anil rmnl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 January 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JANUARY 20 18S7. 5 Hemorrhages. SS; Noe or from any cane is speedily con- trolled niul stopped Sores Ulcers. Wounds Sprains & Bruises It is cooling cleansing and Welnx Pjjt5Wh I' is mo'd efflcae'om for this UalCtl 1 II disease. Cold in til i lloado. "Pond's Etlrm-t t atitri li l ure" specially prepared to meet serious eases should be applied wit-li Pond's Extract Nusul Syringe. Rheumatism Neuralgia. Ko other preparation ling cured more cases of those distressing complaints than thoExtrwrt. Pond' Extract Plas. tvr is Invaluable in these diseases Lum- bago l'aitis in Hack or hide &o. Diphtheria Sore Throat Cso the Ext met promptly. IXiliiy is dangerous. FJ lDr a J"d.IlleeVlii5 r H htnss. It l'-fc.5t is tho greatest known remedy ;nip- idly curing when other medicines have failod. Pond's Extract Ointment is of groat Mrvlca where tlio reniovul of clolhingU in.couvonle.n-. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipples.?- nsod Tti Kxti-uct will never bo with- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 January 1887

AUSTIN WKEKI.Y STATESMAN. IIinDAY JAXUAUY 20 1$M TIIK LEGISLATURE. Hogular Proceedings of tho Two Houses. Senator Armisteiid tirt-st -riled n petition from tlio c tizeus of Marion cuun'i asking that t hey bo pciiuiited to orgnuizu Cu Operative h tores. Referred. A iiit-.-sago was received from ( lie lion-" announcing t Uc appointment of certain ommittecs. Senator Calhoun presented n rncmor l from the drouth sufforerg requesting nid. Referred. Senator Calhoun moved tlmt a Fpi-cinl committee of five bo appointed to con- eider ali petition frotu tlio drouth dis trict. Adopted; ntid Senators Calhoun Doug- lass of Jeir trson ; Houston Frank and Stinson wer appointed oil tliocoinmitlec. Senator Hell for judiciary eominitieo No. H reported favorably tliu bill to pro liibit bucket (.hops and dualing in fu turtH. benator Terrell for judiciary No. 1 re- ported favorably tho bill authorizing j11 ticcs of the peace to administer oaths; fa vorahly the bill relative to couimniiiti I property whic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 January 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 20 1S87. counties asking for the enactment of a irolf sculp lttw. By Hsint Petition of citizens of Btirle- lon couuty members of Hope and Post Oak alliance askiu legisla- tion regnliitiujj; railroads.pl.icine; convicts within the walls cnuuulliiisj corpora- tions dealing'm futures etc. By Fuller Memoiial from commis- sioners' court of Young couuty nskiug relief for drouth sufferers and another asking relief from taxes for 1SSG. By Baird Petition of citizeus of Brown county remonstrating against the creation of a new county proposed to be made o it of the counties of B.'owd Gj- manelie Cnllah.ni and Kustlmid. By Davis Petition of citizens of Falls county for an amendment of the private corporation law. By Lattimer Memorial of cilizans of Wood county to hav hygiene and physiol- ogy taught in the free schools. By Huliug Petitions of citizens of Collin cwunty asking for a comprehen- sive corporation law. By Jarrott Petition from citizens of Par...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 January 1887

THE MESSAGE. A Ve y Ablo Documor.' Favora- bly Commented on Yesterday. A Resolution to AfMlict tho Ilouao Immediiitcly Sat. Down Upon. Troublo in Camp and Several Ap- pointments Hanging Firo in Consoqucnco. Tliu governor's iiicihh("i It ioti was hi-nt in yuHtt-rJny ami wliicii U (luljIicheJ iu full thin inorniiiij whs Hid Huliject ol much fiivorntilu comment yeitti'nliiy hut Kdverul of hi HUK(?i-Hf iium are K"Ut ' ln" viorouxly opposod in tho lit;;is.lnl'iro. Uov. lto vury properly wiiiil 111 ollUtiul family to Uu in perfect accord with him- Tlarj wax moiiio trouble ill ctimfl Jen tonlay mid Huvernl iippoiiitmentt lniny lirti. 'Kverything in Hormio now. however and tho Kovernor to day will nend in n fow more iiiiui'.if. Dr. U.iiuey and the board of iniin.'itferc of !!:. Mind iiihtilnte have been re ap- pointed. lion H.irnet Oihlm explains lux ism- inticd prudence nt tliu Mlnto oipitol by i 10 Htatoment that ho i-i looking after mill entato inutturi for a number of nun- i.nidi.iU who...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 January 1887

nrvnvi MAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THUKSDAY JANUARY 27 1SS7. NO 10 VOL. XVI. WEE ATES ; . ''' BUSINESS MEN. Merchants and those encased in office work re subject to Dyspepsia Constipation a feeling of despondency and restlessness ail caused ly a dis-rdrtredUverorS-Uinmo.il. Simmons Liver ltegu lator removes these causes lv establishing a good digestion and no iuterfereoca to business wmle taking it. " "Simmons Liver Regulator le a verv valuable remedy for Dyspep- sia" Sick Headache Torpid Liver and such li ;e disease.' W . S. lloi.T President ol S. V. R. K. Co. of Ua. PILES! now many suffer tortures ;y after day making lifa a bunion and robbing osiateuce of all pleasure owing to the secret suffering from Piles. Yet re- lief la ready to the Land of almost anyone who will systematically t ike Simmons Liver Regulator. It lias permanently cured thousands. No drastic Tioleul pure but a gentle assistant to Nature. ONLY GENlUINK."?fJ Has our Z Stamp in Red on Wrapper. II. ZEILdN . CO. Philadelphia ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 January 1887

LIVELY LIP SERVICE The Hayseeds in the House Have a Eegular Field Day Yesterday. The Willis Investigation Takes Definite Shape in the form of Chargos. Senatorial Talk and the State and Federal Machine at work. Other Gossippy Notes. In the houHe yesterday there wits a glo- rious opportunity for the hayseeds to sprout. A resolution to allow members to Qbsoriba for a certain nuinoer or news papers to be paid for out of the publio money was the meat to chow upon and it was woll masticated. Mr. Joueii of l'alo I'into who might easily be taken for a preacher of the hard shell Baptist porsuusion be was Heavy ou economy hard on the newspapers and red hot for reform. He will before the end Of the session be known as the Great American Blae Jeans from Texas and hU constituent will be posing him for oon- gress in '94. TBI PLUM TJ III PLUOIHD. Of coarse the senatorial prize whioh is at the bottom of the legislative box and that is to be drawn next Tuesday is now II the talk on street in corrido...

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