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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 7 1S87. i i Vg A BAD NASAL ORGAN. Fer over four years I have baen a great sufferer frem a terrible form of Naeal Catarrh. I was greatly annoyed wit a a constant roarina In inv hed and my hearinu became very mucu Impaired. The discharge from my nose was profuse and verv offeni-ive and my general health impaired. I tried most all prominent phjsiciuns but thev did not cure me and 1 used various advertised preparations without beneiit. One day I chanced to read a remarkable article written liy a prominent citizen of Athens Ua stating that he had been permanently cured by the use of eitfbt bottles of 1). 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 lonjj enoueh to be thoroughly salutied that no return ot the disease would ensue. 1 then sent to the drug store of T. E . Smith & Bro and purchased B. U. B. and to my utter as- tonis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 April 1887

) r 1 ! AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 7 Q7. I f 1 7 s.e: la T" 'i a Mini n C'V fc-yi;- B JN IBB TRADEyTMARK. K3RI r WWe in in upii'le; Mimetic un i'oiwf 3AFE. AT ItNtfUIIIHT AN PfAI.KM. Tint rmiuM vm.n.m hi. Miunionnn. Ha Cuici uieunr.iiD iicuiuc. Lir U Jill Nnr.l.i Krni.M . f tf. Ill I fllSI '' Vll TV t'K.Vr MI At fMiMKH to..!!!"! . ... Financial and Commcpcial. Omul Daily and Wbkki.t Kttkhman I Austin April 5. I One month hits elapaod oloce rain has fallen In tins section nd at this writing tlmre la little ap- pnarance of any. TIiIb at tlm most Important pe- riod of the planting ananon has canned a Kenerul fMiinir of unectirity which lias out a dainj.er on tli i country trafllc Berloualy afflicted the wholesale and Jolililng trade and In fact brought to a ftand- f'.lll biialnose In rn-arly all llnea except those con rii;teil with the real nceiMrl of life. The out cuiio of the present drouth Is aw aited with aoino anxiety by the farmer and the classes who depend up en hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 April 1887

SKLY STATESMAN. L. XVI. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY APRIL Ml i. NO 22 ST WE r r 'A- WASHINGTON. Opinions of tha Interstate Com- merce Commission on Im- 1 portant Subjects. The Question of Tree or Eeduced Bates to Railway r Employes. Washington April 18.-TIib following em- bodies the moat important action yet tak.-n by the interstate commerce commission. The im- mediate matters selected to which to append the opinions of the commission only affect the in- terests of limited classes but the opinions them- selves cover in important respects an interpre- tation of the interstate commerce law and a de- termination respecting the extent of the powers with which the commission deems itself charged and as la proved by the immense correspondence of the commission are of interest to almost every branch of trade or commerce in the land". The following is the text of the ruling of the interstate coin mission: Washington 1). C April 10. Ia tho matter of the petition of tne Order of Railway Con- duct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 April 1887

! T . : WEEKLY STATESMAN " AUSTIN TEXAS. SATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ou month.... Three months. Six months.... $ 1.00 2.90 6.00 10.00 Twelve nwnthi.. UNDAT DAttT Twelve months.. Six moot V. $2.00 1.00 WIIKLT. Six montns Twelve months twvinf.r.LY IN ADVAMCI. Si Postage (ree to til pt.ru ot the United States end Ctnsus p.mit h draft on Austin. P. O. money order postal note reirietered letter or expreee Bamvie ropies went irw un bumuuu. All Papkiw Discontinued at tub Exruunox Of Till TlMB rAiD roil. Subscriber will ulesee obeerve the date on then wrappers. Bnhscribers wlshlnc address ot paper chanRed will state In their application both the old and new Address. MR. r. A. SCOTT Is In charge ot he city sutr arrinHnn liekH'tl.XOt Of Tlli STATSKHAN SnO all coaplalnta or notices of clianxes (riven to him or ..... ... m 111 L. ... a..m attAnMon left at tun orace wm n yw.iur. .udi. nt rnmlve their paper rem- lirly are requested to notify the oftln. hub- ecrilKTB are warr.Ml nut to pay their subscr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 21 1887. 3 THE WORK DONE. The Laws that Were Passed by the Twentieth Legislature. The Matters' that Give Bread to Our Attorneys and Employ- ment to Our Judges. book no. 6. Chapter 68. S. H. Bs. No. 43 45. An aot to amend an aot entitled "An act to amend ohaptei 2 article 566 of the re- vised civil statutes of the state of Texas" approved March 27 1885. Article 566. The purposes for which private corporations may be formed are: First The support of publio worship. Beoond The support of any benevo- lent charitable ednoational or missionary undertaking. Third The support of any literary nndertakingthe maintenance of a. library or the promotion of painting musio or other fine arts. Fourth The encouragement of agri- culture and horticulture by associations for the maintenance of public fairs and exhibitions of stock and farm produots. Fifth The maintenance of a public or private cemetery. Sixth The construction and mainte- nance of any speoies of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 April 1887

t AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. APRIL 21 1887. BRANCHES LEAVING THE KNIGHTS OK LA BOIl. Signs daily appear that the Knights of Labor is too bulky and unweildy an or- ganisation. Covering as it does every branch of trade its members being col lected from moot every class of manual employment it is impossible for any general set of laws or any one set of general officers to regulate successfully and efficiently the whole organizing... About ten days ago a telegram from Pittsburg stated that the miners of New England were organizing a huge associa- tion of their own. Each member of the association though was to have a dual re- lation; his status as a Knight of Labor must be established before he could be eligible to membership in the Miner's as- sociation. In the incipiency of the or- ganization this was to have been ex- pected but when this new association numbers 10000 as they claim it soon will then the question of their allegiance to the general ordor of the Knights of Labor wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 April 1887

J u 5. if 71 DOWN OX THE GULF. SHIP ISLAND A PLACE OF MUCH HIS- TORICAL INTEREST. Fort Massachusetts Jeff Davis The Julf QuarautUe-A riucky Surgcon-Tlie Settlement of Louisiana LaOtte aud Cole Butler and Farrasut. Special Correspondence.! Biloxi Miss.. March 29. island is one of a chain of low narrow sandy islands that lie off the coast of the Missis- sippi servine as a break water for the strong roll and surf of the Gulf of Mexico and making a safe harbor for the en- tire length of the Mississippi sea board. From the land these islands distant from ten to fif- teen miles look like clouds blue or dork rest- ing upon the bosom of the sea.but on approach- ing them the shore line changes to white with the sand heaped up here and there like snow drifts the stark whiteness relieved in places by a fringe of stunted pines and tall rushes. Tho government chart places Ship island just twelve miles due south of this ancient town of Biloxi. A sail of a couple of hours with a chance of seeing p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 21 1887 ' i n FOREIGNNEWS Disgraceful Scenes of Confusion in tho British House of Commons. The Term "Liar" Freely Used Togother With Threats of Violence. C1MIOAH IN TUB CJHMHN. I iindok April Id. The houe of commons was acene t ('reat excitement last nliht nurlnK the debate on the coercion bill Mjor Haunderaon (oenaervative) In the course of his speech said the national league waa supported mainly by crirn- lnala dynamiters and murderers across the Allan- tic lie did not charite the gentlemen opposite with imbruing their hands with blood but did charge them with associating with men whom thejr knew were murders. Mr llealy rose to a point of order. The siieaker replied that Mijor Saunderson made grave charges but these could be met In debate; be himself could not Interfere. Mr. ilealeyresponded.be would say what be tbonirtitof Kaunderson regardless of consequences. If Mr. Hasnderson referred to him he had no hes- itation in saving Saunderson w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 21 .887 '7 I GULLIBILITY. The wild phantoms and shrieking cries of s worthless hnmhng can make money by imposing upon the credulity and ienorauce of an honest pub- lic and the supply of this species of work seems more than an adequate demand. The enunciation of facta facta that have stood crucial tests-facts proven by brain force and tangible evidence should satisfy all laudable enterprises; but the execrable practice of teaching false ideas and doctrines for self aggrandizement is truly reprehensible and should be scorned by all classes. When one house tells yon that Iodide of Potash Is a poison simply because their opponents nee It and because they are pandering to your lgt orance as they suppose you should look upon all sued as arrant frauds and their remedies as unworthy of public confidence and if those who make such assertions do not know better they are a et.ot unenviable ignoramuses. DOCTORS AND IIOT SPRINGS Hot Springs failed entirel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 21 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. AHilL 21 18ST. and Commercial. Omcs Dailv anu Wekkxt Stitb-hai i Austim April 1 There has been very little Improvement elnce our last weekly report. In fact In the wholesale trade the depression consequent on gloomy re- rnrt from the country continue. Tuere Is very Uttle demand In the way of country stocks and goods that are bought are chiefly absolute neces- sities of life. Caution is bow the word with caun- Ijdealcrs and economy amonz rural customers fast becoming the rule forced by the untoward in-nniamnrea of the season. In the grain and orovision trado however a fair business has lxen done and the city trade has been moderate but restricted chiefly to Btaples and articles of prime necessity. FINANCIAL Silver coin Mexican dollars Mexican halves Mexican quarters . TraaeHoliars.... New Vork exchange bankers... New Orleans exchange OalveetoB exchange H'IUhUid uxr'umte H: Louis exchange oar . I!) 70 ! pre !4lre it pre lre ! pre STATK IIONIW. State b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 April 1887

r.QnnTO nn A nn MAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY APRIL 28 iss(. NO 23 LXVl. 1 WEE "ES -1 ' i4 u i. .! i 5 BRUTALITY. Long and Bloody Contest Be- tween Prize Fightors Kol- ley Defeated. Particulars ot Lit tor ally the Affair -Kelley Knocked to Pieces. St. L'iuis April i. - A Post-Dispatch ex'.ra printed about (iai K thU evi'iiir.' gives an anoui.t of a Ions; and hi ody light to 3 'liiiea with kU gloves w liir.ii t.xk p'lwe tills iitiernooii near a small ruiiroad station snout fifty miles uorlL ot this ii-jr. The m;ll was twtweeu Ed lielly sou of the foriuoily t-oiuewliat lamucs. Tom Kelly and . Dun nally "a Megger ot loi'a! note atid for j'-ili it side and ibo ga'.e money which amounted to aootis t'jo" tho winner to take everything. The tight lientm about I'l.'W p." in. v.-ith Ihiht euam'i'i and no results in round two Iiuiley tot iirst blood with an upper cm on Kelly'6 mouth. In the next Hired rounds Daily forced the light- ing and gaze Kelly heavy blows on ihe body and face. ' .... li-....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 April 1887

A C32 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TBXAH. IATKS 'IK SVHHi KII'TION. l.OU 2.511 !..l lux: $iM l.tW tt.6 month rtirw montlf.... till month'' ... i Twelv mv tl . Ielv months... Mix moni V 81X month Tw.lre month...... .. .. .... 1 Wl WW fr " to all pari ut the United HMea and Canada . . i. -..a ... Aintin. P. O. monuy order iki1 note. rifUu-rwt letter or xi-bV pU aent tie on application. Am Papkiui Uihi:ontinui;u at tuk KxMkatiok 1 yiVftS LI "J' th. date . theb nauguiuvir . . . 1 . wrappers. .nhacriliera wishing aildreee of paper rh?n.11 will nM in their application but" the oiq u u. in KCiyiTlalnchurxe ot be city aun- caption dcw-tu-ent of Tint hrATi!Aji ana T ..n or notice of changes Riven to him. or iviy crllx HO Mil to wll jpere " Wit T Oa in isi r7e t na (i 1'Jv1 Vky't on IJiiown Ilu. Mangr. and Secret 'v. ....i I lnt-b. C BacKW.T... Tribune build- ... iciirvu I'll. " AliENTS. T Dah.i- HtatbhHaN can he olitalneO. at the SS.X N-York C"!'w. Baldwin ST? West Commerce street. Sat. TAtlfew....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 April 1887

AtJSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 23 .-887 3 A QUESTION ABOUT Browns Iron Bitters ANSWERED. Ybft qoentliH. "iss lirohahly been asked thonsand) of times'li' v san Brown's Iron Bitters cure every- thing?" WeU it doesn't. But it does core any diseasa fur m biuh a reputable physician would prescribe HUM Vnytticians reoognise Iron as the beat restorative agent knonn to tbe profession and inquiry of any lusHing chemical firm will substantiate tbe assertion that there are more preparations of iron than of any ot her sabetanM used in medicine. This shows eon- elasively that iron is acknowledged to be the most important factor in successful medioal practice. It is however a remarkable fact that prior to the discov- ery of BltOWN'tS IKON BITTERS no perfect. f .itufiiotory iron combination had ever boon found. BP.OW1VSIRONBinERSruS braiache or pvodnoe constipation nil other iron medicine do. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS tares Indigestion Biliousness Weakness -Dyspepsia Malaria Chills and Fever...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 April 1887

attstix WEEKLY ST A TES M AN.THUl'SDAY. APRIL 23 1837. WO TlUOItlES OK HENRY GEOIHi. Two extracts in marked contrast to each other are taken from Henry Georges pnper "The Standard." In the first he uses Assemblyman Crosby's objection to a labor holiday as a pegBpon which to hmg his land thejry nnd then declares until labor -own lauds the laborer can never be free. He snys: There was more than he intended in Assrmhh man Crosby's objection to the la- bor holiday bill that labor ought to have no holiday until it is free. With the bigotry nnd ignorance that characterize his cla-s he intended to sneer at labor organiza- tions which in imitation of Mock ex- changes medical socities lawyer's trade unions nnd ho on. undertake to regulate the supply and price of laber by associa- tion; but his word apply with renter force a thousand fold to the power over labor of his own class. By the appropria- tion of land values to their own use a por- tion of the community holds the reHt in bondage sinc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 April 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 2S .887 5 AGGREGATED WISDOM. Disciplea of Esculapiua in Con- clave Assembled. 'First Day's Session of the State Medical Association. Eloquence and the Essence of Science Blend in the Inter- esting Proceedings. 4p 'ersonnel of the Association A Lively Boutin the Afternoon-To-day's Programme- Notes and Gossip. According to the published programme the nineteenth Annual session of the Texas Medical association was opeued in Repre- sentative hall at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. The delayed train of the night before and the trains of yesterday morn- ing had brought in large numbers of the medical gentlemen so when the associa- tion was convened the -6 were about S00 doctors in the hall. At ten miuu fed past 10 o'clock Dr. J. W. McLaughlin chairman of the commit- tee of arrangements sounded the gavel and the members at once beoame seated. Dr. McLauohlin then invited Rev. T. B. Lee rector of St. David's to address the throne of grace. Dr. Lie offere...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 April 1887

DESTROYED. A Kansas Village Wrecked by Cyclone Much Loss of Life and Property. List of Victims-Ravages of the Storm in Bolivar County Mississippi. Kuar ricorr Ki April B3.-A Monitor "l-eilal i. ....... t in thin county reports a terrible cyclone onThurday evening. There were seven t.n killed at different points throughout tin maiiiiI and Ril Incalculable amount of damage HfinA t.U kind of uroLurty. I'reacott was lit- r ally wiped out of existence not a lnl building being left standine. Hall fell all over the county aorne stones a.eaeurlng thirteen Inches la circum ference. LIST Of CASUALTIES. St. Loan April il.-Wspatchea from l'rescctt ijtve the following list of casualties from the cy- clone: The killed are fifteen namely : Constable Jake Stephen- Will Slcllata Mrs. Harah Crone I . l'lynn and three children Jicob llroach and wife Mrs. Richard Ilarknese Mrs. Donbass Waller and Infant an Infant of S. I'. Oeualng one of Joe Duncan and a six year-old child of Wil MejWe. The seriously I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 April 1887

f AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 28 1887. 7 1 f 1 GULLIBILITY. Tbe wild phantoms and shrieking cries of a worthless humbug can make mony by imposing upon the credulity and iiniorance .I an houetst pub- lic and the supply of this species of work seems more than an adequate demmd. The enunciation of facts fuels that hare stood crucial tests facts proven by brain force ami tangible evidence should satisfy all laudable enterprises; but the execrable practice of teaching false ideas and doctrines for self aggrandizement is truly reprehensible and should be scorned by all clae-es. When one house tells yon th'it Iodide of Potaeh is poison simply because their opponents nse it and because they are pandering to your lg' orance as they suppose you eheuld look upon all such as arrant frauds and their remedies as unworthy of public confidence and if those who make such assertions do not know better tbey are a set of unenviable ignoramuses. DOCTORS AND HOT Sr JUNGS Dot Springs failed e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 28 April 1887

MTgrlK WEEKLY STATESMAN'. THURSDAY APRIL 28 1887. : i 1 ; .!! 1 1 t ' i I i t j I Financial -anil Com O-ricn T) .ti.v ksu Wr.w.r Sr;TK-wv i Af .ivis Apr" I Nothing has occurred dtirln tin pa eeven days to relieve thfl dullne. and d.prlnn consequent oa the continued dry wourh-r and sloomy crop prosperU. Tnore I- b it llttls d .In' In the w ho..- sale and j..lilini: tra-le while quMu-le U the lead- in" clmra.-t.'rWic of the retail busing b 'th dry kk1s and frocerle. The project ot the new com- petini: line to M.-ire -or was the only tiling durlni: the w-k that tend.il to cr-ate a ripple of cheerful- neM anions our merchaata. With that connection eecured the buildlnn up of the wholesale trailo of Austin Is a-s ired since It will enable our jobl..-rs to compete with other m irketa In thU ttnte. ltut little Interest has been taken In cotton during the week prices Iwlna nearly nominal. S " Hllle la dolnx In wool at price nlveu below and very lit- tle In hld'-a. FINANCIAL. Silver coin Mexi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 May 1887

I AUSTIN MAN. LXVI. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY MAY 5 NO. 24 W STATES 4 i EARTHQUAKE. The Town of El Paso Shaken Up Causing a General Stampede. Vina Coal Discovered Near Fort Worth A Texas Lucre- tia Borgia. Sji'vlal Tekram to the StatpHman. Ei Va-m May 3. An earthquake visited this dty at tutrices minutes after 8 o'clock and the kauris of the court bouse clock stopped exactly at thin hour. Your correspondent was in the district Court room listening to the case of ttie State against Fernundez a Mexican charged with a saultinit a policeman. The reading of the ar raltmiuent hv the district attorney bad just been finished and the first witnee s took the stand. The windows of the court house began to rattle ae though a fierce wind had struck the building and in a few seconds the large brick court house the flnoet in the state besan to sway from north to south and the big chandelier in the courtroom swung violently. Some one in the court room shouted "earthquake 1" when there was a stauv ped...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 May 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN'. THURSDAY. MAY 5 1887. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. HATKS OK SUBSCRIPTION. DilLT. $ 1.O0 Oi.smur.lb tm jj.Vj Tutkv months 5.00 Six month w.ixi Twelve months ".".'''r rwelve mouths...- no bU moni V W"KLT' 0.7ft 81x months.. Twelve months ' ' 1NVABUBLY IN ADVAKC1. PoiLKe " V"u ot l)e tnlted b Csnsds KemltbynrsttonAUBtin F. O. money order postal noli restored I-r or exoroes-bample orlee seat tree on application. AM. Papem Discontinubu at the Kxmbation HaSWKv.U.drt.o. their wrapper. inhecribers wishing address of Mtuer chanxf.d wlU ato in their .ppVatba both the old and no address. IK V. A. SCOTT Id In r.tiare ot he city sun-londi.-tirentof T.. atk"ah. and ail co aulalnta or notice of cluing (riven to him or Sit at tl.l. olilce will have prompt attention. tMhcr!bie who do not receive their pir rew- lrlv are reo.ueiitd to notify the olllio. Hub- criuVrs are warred not to pay their subscription except upon pn-wntation of a properly lea-lptm Dill from thin olllc...

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