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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 17 18S7 3 about such a state of affairs is the fact of remittances being made as above stated in various kinds of exchange direot to the comptroller. From this has also arisen the pernicious custom of depositing ptate f nnds in the shape of exchange by the comptroller with various banks of Aostin for col leotion and It frequently occurs that such funds remain in the hands of said banks for a period of thirty days. The committee with yonr particular matter in view examined the deposits made by tax collectors of three counties only with results as follows: Bexar county. On the 14th day of April 1886 Draft for $35912.00 was received by the comptroller. It was placed in' the treasury on the 6th of May following on July the 31st; twenty-two days thereafter the comptroller received from the tax oolleotor of ' this county by draft if 23- 915.00 and this did not reach the treasury nntil September the 9th forty days af- terwards. On March the 19th 188...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAKC1I 17 1PS7. LAW MAKING. The Greer County Bill Comes Up in the Senate. The High License Bill is Laid on the Shelf. judicial dis The Land Bill Takes Up Most the Time in the House. of TUB LAND HILL. There was one time an election to be held in a city in Dakota for the purpose of electing a mayor. No conventions were held to nomiunate as it was deemed bent to leave it to the intelligence of the votora to Delect the bent man V hen th votes were counted op there were 8G4 and at the same time the singular f net whs discovered that there were just 804 candi- dates every voter was of the opinion thtt no better man for mayor could be found than himself. This little bit of history is about the status of the general land bill in the legislature. Tut every member at worK separately to draft such a bill as ho deems proper .o ineei me exigummn ui mo to be covered and mere wowu ue jum i bills with about three members absent on account of sickness. While there ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 17 1887. GOVERNMENTAL What is Going On in the De- partments. An Epitome of What Was Learned at the Capitol Yesterday. The governor yesterday signed the fol- lowing bills: An act to require an issuance of a patent to the heirs of Wilhelm Kuhlman for 320 aores of land in Gillespie county. An aot to redistriot the state in judicial districts and to fix time for holding courts therein and to provide for the elec- tion of judges and district attorneys in such districts. An aot fixing the salaries of peniten- tiary chaplains at $600 per annum. An aot to restore ihe civil jurisdiction of the county court of Bosque county. An aot to prevent the abuse of the taking of fish from ponds and rivers. An aot to provide for the election of a district attorney in the Eighteenth judicial district. An act to amend the takring of depos- itions of witnesess in civil cases. An act to organize and establish the county of Mills. An aot to create the counties of Buoh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 17 1887. " . . I . I - - i ! WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. SATES OF SUUSCIWTION. O..0 month Three months.. .. 81 X months Twelve months.. S l.oo 2.SJ 5.011 1U.U0 ukuav UAii.r 17"""".';."" ... n.. a-.' Oi uuiui w WKKKI.r. Six months Tu-hIvh months $0.75 1 ') iNVAIIMHI.r IN AIJVANCr. Postage free to all parts ot the United States and Canada Kemlt hy draft on Austin. 1'. 0. mouey order postal note. registered letter or express Sample copies sent tree on application. S.LL PaI'SHS DlHCONTlNIJItll AT TUB KXI'lllATIO!) Of Tim Tina Paiii run. Huhscrlliers will please observe the date on their wrappers. Subscribers wishing aiMrees of paper chinned will state In their application both the old and new address. H. F. A. Kt'CTT Is In charge ot he city aun- ... a m.. u.aia-4ifei a V infl Hli ac-lpuon (lef"urent 01 ma eui"-"i - conola'nts or notice of changes riven to Mm or I.M .t nlHrn. will have liriiinpt aiienuon Subscribers who do not receive their pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 17 1887. A BAD NASAL ORGAN. For over four years I have been great sufferer from terrible form of Nasal Catarrh. I was greatly annoyed with a constant roaring In my Sead and my bearing became very much impaired. The discharge from my nose was profuoe and verv offensive and my general health impaired. I tried most all prominent phyeiciana but they did not cure me and I used various advertised preparations without benefit. One day I chanced to read a remarkable article urrirtnn hv ft nrnminent citizen of Athens (ia . stating that he bad been permanently cured by the use of eight bottles of 13 B. B. Botanic Blood Balm. Being skeptical on the subject I wrote to Mm on the subjt and reoeived a most enconraeing answer to the effect that he bad been cured long enough Ube thoroughly satisfied that no return ot the disease would ensue. 1 then sent to the drug store of T. E. Smith & Bro. and purchased B.B.B. and to my uttor as- tonishment and satisfa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 March 1887

AUSTIN WBFKI.Y STATESMAN. THURSDAY; MARCH 17 1887 D MED StAl THADEii MARK. free Jruut Ujilatts Emetics u4 i'oisof SAFE. SURE. PROMPT.' AT IIHUIHIISIS AM) PKA1.KRS. Tn fmm.r.H . iwuhih. mitni'iR. rjAcoBs n Tiik Markets. F NANCIAL ft COMMERCIAL Austin March 15 business Is slowly Improv- ing as the spring trade begins to open. Bonds HtookB TJto Yniui. March l.". Itori'lri and s'ocks closed Kt the 'ollowlnt! urlcm hiil: iVivtr I liny i ion' I ni r.'M I .'lis U7 71 il'inile. iT.ified MtBlHri is i egisiered. United Suites 4'in United Stab's l . Culled Slrit.-n I'acl'lc lis of IS... Central 1'alih llrtm gold lis Texas I'm lilt Irviitl grKiits n-g "d t I'cxu I'aciilc Itio tirando He ' Union I' ill' llMn. CnldF I'ac.itlr. slaking 'and 'o-day. 'Mil I HI k-N'i lvii'4 1 1 T "Si M' 71 llf-H IlK'i -I Mor mu'l'iwil nt tin" following nrires. m:! (OUOE . a. jr ru;r"T.rt.. :!! :i7' Ml 1 l-i !lHl ll.' U-s! l.lS'a OM. ll.ii i:u 1 n'i- :: 't! 11 :w I :"' l'.-.'i! v.-" :n HI i'l Ti ti I.! lo: ; i ' ""A l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 March 1887

A STIIS WEEKLY nn a nn MAN. VOl XVI. AUSTIN TKXAS.. THUKSDAY MARCJI 31 1SS7. NO 19 y WASHINGTON. Opinion of tha Attorney General on tho Interstate Com- merce Law. Whether it Allows Railroad Passes to Postal Clerks and Inspectors. V ashinotov March 2ft. On the lst inat. the uuatiuaeter -general solid ted from the attornerv- j-eneral an opinion on the question whether there would tie anyiuiu;; in me act or rotiruarv 4 is7 onli'led an I'ctto regulate commerce wliicli pro- hibits the practice of receiving passes by employes heretofore provided in this department anil if in any particular the act prohibits ihe continuunce by railroad companies of the practice of transport- ing eiDloyet free of char;'o la what decree and bv what limitations. "In his letter of request the poetm Bter-general eavs : it has for many years been almost the universal practlve of railroad companies anea;ed in tlie trans portation of the rustle to transport v irhoiit special charge the inspectors this department i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 March 1887

OUR LAWMAKERS. The Senate Gives Another Galves- ton Measure a Black Eye. The Judiciary Article Amend- ment is Ordered to bo En- grossed in the Senate. Jones of Panola Ofi'ors a Resolu- tion for the Investigation of tho Affairs of the Lunatic Asylum. TUB OMVEBHITT. If the legislature insists upon attempt- ing every session to cripple tho University by eating into its appropriation then the people of this state might as well make op their mind to put op with a uni- versity which oannot possibly rank with - . . .it a tf.n .i1t I. a the lust in tin oouuirj uum w... presented the pnradox of an educational institution amply munificently endowed dragging out an existence from hand to mouth because the legislature insists on training up parasitos which should stand alone to cling to it. The Agricultural aud Mechanical college lias no more right to draw upon the University funds for its support than the head of one department h to encroach upon the appropriations for another department. Sena...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 31 3 tunite wo 17 . o who are of necessity con- fined in Bach institutions Miould have the name care -iiMi lononble protection as in the snored precints of home; therefore Resolved; That a special joint com mittee of investigation be appointed to investigate and report npon suoh charges. House bill amending Eighteenth ju- viumi uiniriui ptiHgeu. Senate bill changing term of oonrt in Trinity enmity passed. Senate bill for relief of J. C. Patton pasted to third rending. Senate bill creating the Forty second judicial dintrict and changing terms in various counties in the Panhandle seotion passed. House bill for relief of W. T. Perry of Co o Ue oonnty passed. House bill for relief of heirs of J. J. Meyer passed. Senate bill amending the oharter of Galveston so as to anthorize the construc- tion of sea walls and breakwaters passed with an amendment that no fee in land shall be taken except with owners' con- sent. Adjourned till 3 o'olock. ' AFTJCB...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 31 1887 THE LAW MAKERS. The Orphan Asylum is Considered in the House. The Asylum for the Afflicted Col- ored Children is Passed in the House. The Senate Passes the Groor County Bill with an Amend- ment and the Educa- tional Bill. ASYLUM rOB AFFLICTED COLOUKO CH1LDIIEN. The house of representatives yesterday panned a bill that will make them famous and from the time it took to accomplish it it will be seen there was very little dis- play of mositbackisin or illiberality. The bill was for the purpose of appropriating $50000 for the construction and ostab lishment of an asylum for the colored blind and deaf and rinmb children. The bill was taken up yesterday morning at 11:15 o'clock and before the hands of the nliinlr Tin 11 ted to 12 It was fluallv passed under a suspension of the rules. This boats a Chicago riivnrnn nAMfl. although it WHS speed In the right direction and in this particular unlike the "divorce mills." There has been through the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 31 1Rft7. 5 CUT THIS OUT. 7557 CLENDtFt 1887 THE Prettiest Cutest Tasties CALENDAR FOR TEE PARLOR BEDROOM ob OFFICE Can be bad by purchasing a Box of Dr. C. McLANET -CELEBRATED-LIVER PILLS. PRICE 85 CENTS. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Mail us the wrapper with your address and a two dent stamp; we will then Bend you the Calendar and package of Cards. Write plainly. FLEMING BROS. l'itt Pa. Send this advertisement with the wrapper. NO FEE I ! ESTABLISHED 1851. 8 1 1 to Until Better;8T.iiOxns.MOjcustSt. The Begular Old-Ertabllshed PSYSICIAW li 3TJEQE01! U (till treating with the greatest SKILL & SUCCESS mmim YOUNG MEN.MIDDLEAGED MEN end all persons who by their own actsof Irnpr dence or Folly at any period of life have broug. upon themselves the evil effects following close' upon the heels of transgression of the laws nature should consult the celebrated Dr. Clar' St once. Remember! Nervous diseases (with .. without dreams) or debility and loss...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAKC1I 31 1887 . . " " " WEEKLY STATESMAN. si'N r.-:xA8. A I it- Mr SCHSCIttl'TlOS. i(.e evoti. . rUrtr inn.ilij H'.x jk -nth- . Twelve .i-ici f 1.U0 5.1 M lo.ou SUN1MT WILT rHl-'e months.. Ux muni w. lift. WKEKXV. 9U ounths " Twelvemonth i lNViKUBI.r IH lliNI'. Postage free to nil parts of tbe United States tad Canada Remit by draft on Austin P. O. money order pistal note. reirfstered It-tier or express Unfile ropies eent tree on application. AM Parana DlsCOKTINUltD AT TD BlHBATIO Of th Tim Paid job. HubecriOers will please observe the date on their w rep pert. Snbecrlbers wishing address of paper chunked will state In tbelr application hotn the old end new Itlrera. R. P. A. SCOTT Is In charge ot he city sun- c-lptlon dess-tmeu of Tu hTATKBiuM and all eo apis'ois or nouces or ensure" r'" " Uitt at tbla oftlcs will have prompt attenUon. Habacribeis wbodo not receive tbelr paper rvu- lrlv are requested to notlfv the nfllre. Hub- acrilwra are warned ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 31 1887. A "RAT) NASAL rVRftAN ' For over four years I have been a great sufferer from a terrible form of Nasal Catarrh. I was greatly annoyed with a constant roarine in niv Head and my hearing became very much impaired. The discharge from my nose was profuse and very offent-lve and my general health impaired I tried most all prominent physicians but they did not cure me and 1 need various advertised preparations without benefit. One day 1 chanced to read a remarkable article written by a prominent citizen of Athens Ga stating that he had been permanently cured by the nee of eiubt bottles of II. B. B botanic Blood Balm. ' Being skeptical on the subject I wrote to him on the subject and received a most encouraging answer to the effect that he had been cured ioug enough to be thoroughly satisfied that no return of the disease would ensue. 1 thtn sent to the drug store of T. K . Smith & Bro and purchased B. B B. and to my ntter as- tonishmen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 March 1887

urn- tu riji8'ii'i-T'ii'-rri- t - WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MAIVU 31 1SS7. ATTCTfV o r 5 (iTN 1 JJ JkUMSm TRADE yrV MARK. Vilmolutrlii fW 7ruw Oj'iiitc; Jitnvtlci un X'oiiof SAFE. SURE. PROMPT. 4T llhXOOIHTH AMI nr.AI.KK4. TWirwiRirs a. vonnm .. Bii innm. n. TJACOBS Q P llAIII Brk"'fci I''1" Tl'jh The Markets Financial & commercial Auhtin March S9. The wlioUwala dry uoort trails iIiowb but llttln aiilinatloii no fur. Country ciiatomi-ra are buying with nxtnmH caution. In fact the crop uncertainty ouU'ra lari(ly h a fnclor In tho bualnena aituatlon anil conflilnnce will lianl- ly be established till Ibo pronpwta of the coming crop fllmll Ik fully (Icdncil. TIhtu la activity in the liraln trade and almi a gmil biiHlncea In wimlern produce. The cotton trade la about ''played ut' ami dealers In the iitnplo are prejinrlui t i on tli'dr auininor vu'uHor Bonds. Stock Eto Nw Toiik March i'l. Honda and atocka r. Mild at the 'oll iwlnv prlcea bid: V:;jT...a lion-i. o'.. utic-'if -i tejla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 April 1887

Ol-V1'-'A'-tIMTttl WISWS; TIN .EERLY nn a nnim MAN -v h n -A u u VOL. XVI. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY APRIL 7 1 SS7. NO 20 A . THE RAILWAYS Yesterday's Proceedings Before the Interstate Commerce Com-missioaApplicationa. Appearance of Several Prominent Railway Representatives Be- fore the Commission. Waiiiinoton. April 5. The Interstate commis- eluiirtra have selected an permanent quartern the nrtn iioorot me fin nuuuing. Ool. Worthiu':t'ui general counsel for the Rich- mond and Danville railroad system and Major Miallmaii ttviflic manager of the Central Kailroad and Uaukiu company of Georgia and Vice-Prot-i-(lent of the Louisville and Nashville road ap- peared this roominir each in behilf of his own corporation to file the necessary formal petitions for relief. In each case the purpose of the petitioners is to secure the suepen eion ot the opera' inns of tbe lonir and short haul . feature of the law for the present and until the committee can give a hearing upon each specitlc case Oonr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. APRIL 7 1SS. LEGISLATIVE. Proceedings in the Senate and Ilouse of Representatives Yesterday. Outcome in the Willis Case-The Lunatic Asylum Investigation. BKTHT DEAB IIKTHT. The piece of poe'.ry sent by one of the senator's wives the othor day and pub- ihA in The Statktman entitled "Husband dear Husband come home" atirrred uo tlie dormant muse in the sen iitfi. And one of the senators fulminated the following in renlv. It seems from this that the eeuato can not only make good laws but pretty fine poetry: HKTSY DKAIt IIBTSY. Belay dear IWtejr the duyn have Iwen liin Since I Liaiwd yon good bye at the kU; I told you that morning my opart would I d While hearing the hardens of atato. To think while I'm off to the capital Kay My uuwmiI.t superlative wife aa tied to a choerleaa dleconnolate home And living tt lonely a life. 1 know j.reclon. darling your eyea have been red With woeplnn fr ma to come hack; You want ms to brine you nice preaeola from town An...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 7 1887 ... amendment or agricultural nuu mo- -V chanio&l college by inserting 210000 each m i - ti i x r year out of University funds and $10000 eaoh year ont of the general revenue. Mr. Armistead did not think the Agri- cultural and Meohanioal college needed so muoh as they have now over $60000 per year. ; Mr. Fields was poshing his amendment f " ' because he thought it was rifcht but be- causa his constituents wanted it. The Agricultural and Meohanioal oollege has 115 students nnd it gets $89000 while the University go.ts a pitiful $44000. "Why ii the red tlag of oomtnunism waving heref I thank God there is suoh a thing ere as a senate that can stretoh its arms around ihe University and proteot it." Mr. Stinson asked if the regents had not been hostile to the Agricultural and Meohanioal oollege. "Mr. Siinpkins: No sir. We have tried to keep peace between the two in- stitutions." ' Mr. Terrell said if the Agricultural and . Meohanioal di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. TIIUKSDAY. APRIL 7 1837. r f I i i i II. I ii ii Jr ! k Yi TO THE Last Snndny the Fort Gazette in commenting upon the stoppnge of the free pass system under the iniormuw commerce law. branched ORt from the subject in hand to use the following vigor- rous and eminently just iHOguHge: If newspapers were paid for all they do for other people and other interests thry would be as able to pay for what they re- ceived as oth' r people and a great deal mors than many. Newspapers hnvo only themselves to blame for the estimate in which they are too generally held; work- ing so much for nothing to advance indi- vidual or the public interests they feel tnntified in accenting courtesies for which they nre .held as little better than deadbeats. A modicum of business sense and method injected into the profession would add to its reputation financially and otherwise. Newspaper men should charce for all they do and pay for all they get an others do; and if this were the case...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APKIL 7 1887. 4 I r GOING GOING GONE. The Twentieth Passes in Its Cheeks and is a Thing of the Past. n The Senate Sacks Down on the Ap- propriation Bill and lets the House Dictate to Them. Froho and Fun the Order of the Day Resolutions Without Number on Every Sub- ject Humorous "and Otherwise. A COMPLETE BACK DOWN. Although it may bo true that the senate deserves a great deal of praise for its liberal policy in the consideration of the general appropriation bill yet when that body tamely submitted yesterday to be diotated to by a small minority oomposed of housed members on the free confer- ence committee it oame near losing all its prestige. True it is that the senate had allowed the house to get the drop on them in the matter of adjournment and that it was the fault of the former body that the ap- propriation bill was not aoted upon sooner yet there was no reason for them to back down so ignominiously in a most important oris is. Some idaa may be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 7 1837. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. HATES OF SUMSCKIPTION. Ott inonth Three months.. .. 81 x months Twelve months.. . 1.00 st.su 5.. 10.U0 SUNDAY DAILT Fwfclva months... xU monl w l.tti H'KKliLt . $0.75 1W -1 months i ait lve month.... invito. Ml. Y IN VJVANU. : free lo nil part ot ihe Unit-"! KtalM nd 0 '- mi...i n .unit in v.sMn. P. O. moMjr order o U1 nolo reitiaien.a l-tir or express Sampl -opiee tent I rev o i)illcainin. All Papers Discontinued at tu Exmhation Of THK Tim Paid fob. Hniarrihani will ulease observe the date on tbeir wrappere. Bubecrllieis wishing address of paper changed will state In their application both the old Mid new idreee. K. P. A. hCOTT 1. In chariie ot be city suo- scrtptloo drjii-tiiiwU ot Tu statesman ana au co npla'nl or m.ure ..f cimm;w Riven to him or left nt tin. olnre will have prompt attention. 6arcrib..r. i..mi not rm-iv their ..r reim- Urly. we reotieeled ' ii'-1iv the otlice. hub- .crlfcrs are arred...

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