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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 January 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 27 188? 3 publish 10 fall every aot passed by the t'9th legislature as soon as practicable after the same has become a law. Buchanan argued that the members coal J not do justice even with twenty copies daily for eaoh. Even 2000 copies wouldn't fco round. He was '"aginst" (sic) the whole business. Itobinsun of Bexar was in favor of the proposition. Payne movod to table the resolution and substitute. Lost. Yeas 47; noes 9. Browning liopoj the house would adopt the substitute. The papers did the peo- plo service in fighting political battles for the state. Ha could not see how they could maka money at 3 oents nor did he know of auy law for distributing them. Iwenty copies daily would not go round so as to reach the reading population. The question was to get the information of the proceedings of the legislature be- fore the people through the benefit of the oiroulatiou of the papers. He pre- ferred 8 to 20 copies because he wanted as few tuke...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 January 1887

jt I 1 i Continued from First Pace. ruled his ereat trust with commandinK ability aud faillifulliiees. In bis high place h never forgot that lie was the servant of the people anil vet in hid presence of power ha has len the B.-lf-r-'i-ftiii senator who w aid not Halter Neptune- finui his trident or Jove for bin power to thunder. Kled him auain to Hint blch ..lllee and the lull measure of fidelity In the Ht will iive ample asaurance tor the future. Beuutor Burucy followed and seconded the uomitiHtion of Ireland an follows: Mr. President-Te la a ulorioil" Mule: the frand-sl in all this union of stales lo properly represent her in the supieuie council ot the ttranil- eel empire the world ever an ane "iiiilit to select her truest i-el and most worthy statesman This alie Ins done in the paai and I trust she will continue to d eo In the future. I'roud Indeed I am to think that In our l.otie Star Hale there ar many tine and n.ihle men from whom to make the election we are now c alled upon ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 January 1887

of .-; AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 27 1887. r . A TONGUE IN KNOTS I contracted malaria in the swamps of l.r-iieiana while working fur the telegraiih com pun v. and used every kind of medicine 1 could hear of without reliaf I at last succeeded in breaking thetever.but it il cost me over Sltxl.OO and then my si stem was ? rostrated aud saturated with malarial poison and became almost helpless. I flnellycHme here mv A mouth so filled with sores that 1 could scarcely eat. and my tongue raw annulled witti little Knots. . Various remedies were resorted to without eaeci. I bought two bottles of li. B. 11. and it has curee and strengthened ine. All sores of mv mouth a r healed and my tongue entirely clear of knots and oreness and 1 leei like a new man. Jackson Tenn. April -tl lbSti. A. F. Bhitton STIF' JOINTS. A MOST T! EM A ItKAHLE CASE Ol'- SCROFULA AK1) RHEUMATISM. l I have a little bov twelve years old whose knees have been drawn almost double and his joints are perfectly...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 January 1887

WEEKLY STATESMAN. ACS TIN TtiX A- I TKS OK XL lf HI "1'ION. t 100 4.50 5.0 low 01 .norr.li I lirttf - Nrt. . Si t mtn.lt-4 Twelva i&.'lltrn. nlii.. $-i.OU Vi :l II ! vt WKKlvM Mi li lll'ltlt H $0.75 1 ') IMV.HIAKI.Y If UNC. t iree. to a)l put'. "I ' l-nlted Stales and Kmitb didttuD Ac-la. 1 ) money order pooul n.itK rtvi'ierwl i.nior or e.xprwsa-naiuvle copies seat fret us aup!.i:-.ion All'I'I'r 1)ih. ontim b: r isi Kmhtion 1THI Tl 1'AIII Ml . . ... S.ncrllHr will pie' olHHiri ll date on their vrk'ior(i. uher!l.r llilii a'liueM ' I paper changed irlli statu in tliHlr jiloU-n liotn the "Id and new address. !K. P. A. HIMH' h In rlr'.; (.1 he city suo- irrliUin!'r'ir!itur Tin bTTIN nd all U apk'nts or notices t t hanc.es i" to him or Urt at IbU offlrti will have prompt attention. luiMcrllo-ri who do not receive their paper repi- rly in io nolifv ins office. Carrier by ars not allowed Dsell pajieia. KTATKMaN ITISI.IMI I N't CO. Wm. I'. Oainks President and Manager Cai.vin HATKiiriKi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 January 1887

r I i. AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 27 1887. - I i ' ! - i V ' I Dyspepsia or Indigestion U tho stomach's protest Bgalawt uiwiiitahlo food tho excessive use of alcohol or tobuceo ha.sty eating nd lrinkins and ail irrational lubits of living; and Ayer's Sarsapurllla is the stomach's biwt friend relieving it of dis- tress und aiding its return to healthful action. C. Canterbury lil FninUliu at. Boston Mass. a confirmed dyspeptic wm Cured By the obo ef Ayer's Sarstipurilla. lie says. "T Buffered severely from Dyspepsia for several years I consulted five or sis physicians wha gave me no relief. At last I was induced to try Ayer's Sursnpn rilla. and by its use I am entirely cured." 0. T. Adams Spencer O. says : "I hava for years suffered acutely from Dyspepsia scarcely taking a meal until within the- last four months without enduring th most distressing pains of indigestion. AYER'S t Sarsaparilla n. ... Has restored mo to perfect health." Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aver & Co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 January 1887

: ' 1" ... . 1' DRPRrCE'S I SPECIAL I flAVORIM NATURAL FRUIT I ftAVORS MOST PERFECT MADE Cropared with itrict regard to Fnrlty Rtrenfrtb and eallhfulncao. Dr. J'rieo'aliaklniE I'owdurconiaius no Ammonia Lime or Alum. Dr. i'rlrc's Extracts Vanilla Lemon Orange etc. fluvor (JeJiciounly. PRICE BAKINQ POWDER CO. Chicago and SU hull. Thk Makkkts. : IMANCIAL & COMMERCIAL Aiihtin Jarriary '!. The excellent weathnr and dry itreeti nuitlnuefi to aid the city trude and although mini.) leMrtinnts were n trifle dull the volume of trndii wan Hallsfai:tory. NKVV YOHIC. Navf Voiik January 'A"i Mutiny on call easy at A to pMr aMlt closing Ht :i e.r ent. ; mercantile paper il''r inri;eiit ; sterling exchange Hteady and uni'linn'd. bon to:km ictc. Nkw Yoiik. January i't. Honda cloned at th fiillowln; iirluw hid: Honda. United .shit.. ;ta wiHtnred United HI alee United State la United static I'aclfic (in (it 1HW1.... Central l'aclll: llrslH gold lie Tea I'aullc land griuita reg'ed Ta Texan I'neill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 February 1887

f ; AUSTIN ' WEEKLY STATESMAN. j VOL. XVI. ? AUSTIN. TfeXAS. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 3 issv. ' " NO12 s! i! If .1 D.YSP E P S I A Iflli OlmrlUilii. of fowl; taKitfhiiro dis- tention of thj etomaih headache bad breath sleeplessness low a'.im and general prostration Dyspepsia ie frtqneuilv attended with constipa- tion but sometimes with din rLio. gW . HOW OORBUl "I suffered iutonsolv with full ptomach. heud- uche etc. A neighbor who bad taken Mmivone Luer negulator told me it was a Burn thing for uiy trouble. The drat dose I took relieved me very much and in one week's time I was strong anil hearty as ever f was. It is tlie bast medicine lever tk for Dyspepsia." H. G. Crenshaw Richmond 'a. ONLY UICNIUMNrf.-'SI! Han our Z Stamp in Kod on Wrapper. J. II. ZEIL1N & CO. Philadelphia Pa. iOl.fc VROl'I'.IBTOH TRICE $1 00 FRANCE. KKC0VER1N0. Paris February 1 4 P. M A holler feeling has -. set in on the nourae. Toward the close .3 pel cent.- rentes recovered eight centimes fr m the iowest point ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 February 1887

BLESSEDLY MONOTONOUS The Senatorial Straggle Still in a Deadlock. Small Hop of a break for Several Days to Come Talk of a Dark Ilorso Among f the Factions. Saturday's Round of Alleged Leg- islation Dr. Rutherford's Confirmation as State Iloulth Officer. Twenty ballots have been taken in the senatorial content and t!ie legislature is an far from n choice a it wss on Tuesday last or m the first ballot taken in the Joint renaiou eduaday. hnnaior Clai- borne's assertion that it costs $1000 a day to run the machine that is frittering away time in a deadlock will be calculated to hum nomethihg of a groan from the free and sovroign vote's and taxpayer and jet the hackers of each of tiie aspirin patriots swear that the other fellows shall come down first. A OLOOMT OUTLOOK. The managers for Reagan Ireland and Maxey no concede that an the case standi! at present neither of the three oau possibly got the requisite sixty nine votes. And this fact is already beginning to show in rAHpish talk amo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 3 1887. 8 i; 6 M i n By Mr. Hoath Amending by adding article 2036 to revised statutes. By Mr. Lattiruer Amending article 150 f the penal code. By Mr. Hndgins Providing for pun- ishment for conspiracy designed to pre- vent laborers ftom getting employ- ment. - The oommittee on privileges and elec- tions reported favorably in the matter of the contest of Thompson va. Bassett in favor of retainiag Mr. BasBett.the colored member from Grimes comity in his seat. Oa motion of Mr. Browning senate bill appropriating $100000 for relief of the drouth sufferers -ran taken up and passed to the third reading. The house how ever refused to suspend the rules - for its final passage. ' At 12 o'clook the house proceeded in joint session with the senate to ballot for United States senator with the following result: - FIFTH BALLOT. Senate. House. Totals Maxey 13 28 43 24 51 50 34 Reagan . . . Ireland 7 10 SIXTH BALLOT. Senate. House. Totals Maxey 13 39 Reagan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 February 1887

TIRED OUT! At thto "on nriT mrr on ndi ito mm tea nrt at tookJ IKON witer Bilo uidwv "'71 vJ- WiVroSctiplLn fur Urn bo wl bmldjup. 2 oSlT boo adloin thrt to not inlarlou. IrEurlrhe the ftiood In? ijorru thj SM!PiUetore Appellt Alii liSetloii It dor not bloko or injur lb. Ith. Mb or produoa oooiUp.tWtt-w"' ro. Vs. O. H. BlMLET letdloc phjNrtcUD. of Bprtiif roI um It In mi preUo. nd tind lU c"n el- J.liun ol tU arntxm. Brown' Inm Bltum ita ""UJ H imi.it. It I 11 tht claimed far . W. M WiTXM 1JI Thirtf-mmd Rtr Sl"nma oil th Mt. rtotbln better. It crt WVnah d lruw. dUun- Gamin hu ibor. Tad Mnd Jfd red line 7iVrtxjr Take DO ottii-r. Madeonljrb BSTwiJCJUAJLJO. BALXUIOllt. MO. BACK TO BHD ROCK. The Legislature Will Continue to . Do Business at the Old Stand. The Senatorial Deadlock Brokon--Beagan Hold tho Joker and Caught tho Last Trick. The Last Day of tho Great Contest --Incidonts and Gossip Caught on tho Fly While the Game Was in Progress. With a sigh of genuine three ply ruliof does th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 February 1887

i 1 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY: FEBRUARY 3 1887. 5 1 5 I M ' j 0 1 I 3 I. -5 i. r. i ; ii P f ; mm MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared with strict regard to Purity Strength and Ilealthfulness. Br. Price's Baking Powder contains no Ammonia Lime or Alum. Sr. Price's Extracts Vanilla Lemon Orange etc flavor deliriously. PRICE BAKINQ POWDER CO. Chicago ' and SU Louis. ' .-L.i ' .jft.M....i.M..Ta The Greer County Bill. The following is the bill introduced by Senator Claiborne for the purpoe of validating titles to lands reserved from location at the time the same were filed on or patents issued thereto: t Section 1 Be it enacted by the legisla- ture of th slate of Texas: That the titles to all lands already filed on or patented by virtue of any genuine land certificate or other legal evidence of claim to land be and the same are hereby validated not- withstanding the existence of any reser- vation or supposed reservation at the time the same were filed on or patented. . Section 2 That all v...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 February 1887

AUSTIS wvttia.Y STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 3 1886 G WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TKXAS. TKS OK SUUSt.KN'TION. Ouv mnnli. Tliree UKutha.. Sli months Twelve monlti. 11.50 50u io.oo UMDAT BJILT Telvs months.. Mx moo' 'w l.MIU 1.0j W1KKLT. uonllii i'su elv months Invariably IK Auvanc. P jet- free to all part of the United States and Canada itamlt by draft on Austin. P. O. money order oatal note. registered letter or express Sample eopies Mint tree oa application. All PAPieua DntcoKTimiKD at tub Kxi-ihatiom jthi Ti Paid run. Suliecrtlwro will please observe the date on their wrappers. Hulncrlbers wishing address of paper changed U1 state In their application botn the old and new address. JCK. K. A. SCOTT U In charK of he city suo- scrtpUon desp-tment of Tub Ijtatkmian and aU Idpla'nta or notices of changes irlven to him or left at this office will have prompt attention. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regu- arty are requested to notify the ofllcti. Carrier boys are not allowed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 3 1887. i .t '19 ? i rf THE ADVANT AGES OF I It cijrfs DYSPEPSIA 6y actlntj at once on that most important Organ tlte Stevtaeh. i Jlsuses indigestion fyaui;iy theateimilationof the food. . I It. cures WEAKNESS 6jf toning qutvkl) Vie uhole eystwu. I j.T niRFS MALARIA . 6j enrloning the blood mid drieinq Mie malarial poison entirety ut of the ewfy. I Itcurfs CHILLS & FEVER '6y Stopping the fever and restoring the nerves to a hoalthy condition Jicufil? KIDNEY DISEASES lu sti-enaihenlng the parte purlfwi ng the blood and receiving all pains it the back. l!S!$B LIVER COMPLAINT by Milking the Liver and Bmpelx art promptly carrying off the surplus ISilc !lyE3 NEURALGIA by regulm htg and stvetigthenlnq the uervous ay stem of the head Jar A neck. Jtcuris RHEUMATISM by making the blood flow regularly and evenly through theveiusantl byraniovlng tlierejrom the came of ihe disease. IT cubes FEMALE INFIRMITIES by" regulating the functions giving fit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 February 1887

i i t i I i' i 5 i 5 "i 1 6 - I' BRONCHITIS frequently assumes a very dangerous character and prompt measures arc re- quired to arret Its progress. Avers Cherry Pectoral soothes and heals the Irritated tissues and cures this mulndy when all other remedies fail. Two vimim ago I Miir. red from a severe ntt.u k of llronchiii. The physician at-U-nilitig n.e h-cai..- fearful that the disease would terminate ill 1'ueunionia. After trying various medicines without benctit he finally prescribed Ayer's CherryPectoral which relieved me. nt onee. I continued to take it and in a h( rt time was cured." truest Cotton LogaHsport I nil PKKPAltrD BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Lowell Mass. Sold by alt Druggist. Price $1; atx bottles. $5. STATE NEWS. Items of Intcrost gathered from Toxas Exchanges. McGregor is enjoying a building boom. A roller mill is to bo orootod in Lone Oak. Nearly evory well iu the vicinity of Mo lina in dry. A Masouia lodge will coon bo instituted at Ilulliiigor. The Wells Fargo w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 February 1887

EKLY i VOL. XVI. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 10 l NO 13 At WEJ STATESMAN. ' n V' r I i COURTRIGHT. The Noted Texas Desperado and Character Assassinated in Fort Worth Last Night. Ha is Slain by Luke Short the Port Worth Boss Gambler. Jpeiial Telegram to the Statesman. I'.hit Won ru February 8. Jiin Courtright the ;JI-known character of Texas was assassinated t-idglit between 8 and 9 o'clock before the White h'leohant saloon by Luke Short the gambler who figured so prominently in the trouble at Dodge Ci'j Kan. in the winter of 1862 and 188 when the i.tobling fraternity took possession of that town dad were finally expelled by a vigilance committee. Lu'.e Short has long been the king gambler of Fort Worth. Courtright has been mixed up in id 'i.iy desperate affrays and at one time had ac- quired the title of a desperado. His daring esca- patl.) was his escape from the Texas State Han-He;'.- and the oHlcera from New Mexico some two yours ago when extradition papers had' been se- cure...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 February 1887

END OF THE WEEK. The Legislative Patriarchs Day of Gassiiying. Do a Plenty of Talk in Both Houses with Small Amount of Work in Either. Summarv of What Was Done-Sins of Omission Compared with Sins of Commission. It is not in the heart of a newspaper man to criticise the legislature now in session for really thera are too many good men belonging to it bat the troth mnit be told that there is a great deal of useless waste of words and too little ap- plication to sturdy business. The legis- lature had been in session bow close upon one month and all the bill of poblio import that have been passed could be put in a goad sized thimble. Bye and bye there will be a rush and bill's by the basketful will be pushed to the front. Then if there is any qnarrol to follow the newspaper man with band on honest hoart can say to the people of the state "shake not your horny handed (1st at ns; thou canst not say we Tilnred in the poker same or clinked beer glasses with the men yon sent here to mako law...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 10 1887 3 pay was a breaking business to him and be oonld make more money at something else. ' Mr. Bell of Cooke contended that the proper business of a legislature oonld be accomplished in 90 days. ." The amendment was lost bnt the reso- tion passed on a called vote. Ayes 82; noes 16. I Motion by Mr. Garwood to table sub- teot to call was lost. ' House joint resolution Mo. 6 making of- ficers and attorneys of corporations judges and state officers ineligible to the .legislature was next considered. ) Mr. Smith of Travis offered amend- ment striking out the clause including salaried offioers and attorneys of rail- roads. . V The amendment was discussed by Messrs. Smith Kirlicks Baird of Brown and Steele. ; Mr. Steele moved indefinite postpone- ' ment and this motion caused some dis- : cussioa of minor interest. 8 . Mr Browning asked Mr. Garwood how many railroad officers were members of 1 the legislature but Mr. Garwood could not give the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 10 1887. OH! MY BAG! Every strain er raid atUrki that weak but ana nun j pmmia ju. infill THE BEST TONIC Ktinrthena the Alunrlca hu-arilr the Nerree Enriches the Wood. CilTcn New Vigor. Db. J. L. Mtb. Fiirtield Iowa T: " Urown'i Iron Vium the b lrn mdicln I hT knnwo in my rr' praotico. I h found It IMcUlljr hni!tlcil in nurriHis or phyiicil jliul ion tod In ail debiliUtlna" ailmnnUl llit lwr m hmriiy on Uw lyiUm. Unit freely in nor own family." Mb. W. F. Brown MJ Main Ht.. Oorinirton. Kf . aw "I waa eomplntelr broken down in tasaltb aad Iroublad with paina in mj uak Bruwna Iroa iittwa autiraly rw Lured dm to health." Oennine ha abow Trade Mark and ernmri rr Ifnef on wrapper. Tnhe no other afadeonlyby BttOWM CHEMICAL CO.. UALTlHOllfc.MO. THE LEGISLATURE. What Was Dono by tho Legis- lative Solons Yesterday. Groat Doal of Talking tho members of tho IIouso. Tho Bill for tho Incorporation of Grango Stores Passod. There wm no meosure of great im...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 10 1S87. CHEAli f IdRPRICES : I xgESs M I SPECIAL v(nTR- TTijsVJ I NATURAL FRUIT j W FLAVORS MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared with strict regard to Purity Strength and Heultuf ulness. Dr. Price's Baking Powder contains do Ammonia Lime or Alum. Br. Price's Extracts Vanilla Lemon Orange etc flavor deliciously. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. Chicago and St. Louis. I LORIDA HENS. A Discussion About Chickens That EfTS All the Year Round. Two honqst farmers met on the pier and greeted each other warmly. One of them carried a carpetbag and the. other an oilcloth ' gripsack. One was surprised to learn that the olhvr had just returned from a two years' stay in Florida. The other was interested to hear that his old acquaintance was at that moment going aboard the steamer which was to take him to that state. "So you're oiE for Flurdy at last?" he said. "Yas I've made up my mind thero's money in Floridah and I'm goin' to try it" said the other. "But I ain't goin' ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 February 1887

6 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. 10.00 l-.'.OO 1.00 Oat month $ J Tore mo0u Six month Twnlve month (UNIMT IMILT Tlv months..... 8U DlODl u wiiiui. month. ' welve months Pjatav free to all prU of the United Mates and Ctnavk Remit by draft on Austin. P. O. nionay ordsr octal note retfsUTt! lttr or express Sample copies seal tree oa application. Ill Pri DiticoNTinuaD at tu Exmration ithi Tim Rui nut. Suhscriliers will please observe the date on their rraipere. Bubecrltiers wishing address of pir changed rill suiuj In their application both the old and new address. HR. F. A. SCOTT U in charge of he city sun- ctlptlon 4rpfiunt of Tlie btatkhmaM and all (eaplalnta or notiws of change given to him or eft at this office will have prompt attention babecrlhwrs wlio do not receive their paper reifu- arly are requested to notify the oltice. ( srrier boys are not allowed to sell papers. STATESMAN rCBMKIMNO CO. Wm. J'. (aink President and Manage Calvin HAiTiciiPiai.ii Vice...

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