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

If SECOND DAY'S' SESSION. Interesting Subjects Discussed by the Doctors. Divers and Sundry Reports Pre sented and Considered by the Association. A Distinguished Visitor Given Cor dial Greeting A few Ooca- Spots Among the Mem-bers-The .Receptions Last Night The seoond day's session of the State J Medical association was opened yesterday .morning with an increased attendance and the proceedings of the entire day were of a highly interesting character. I Communications were read from Dr. Hunter MoGuire of Richmond Virginia ;and Dr. Osborne a prominent physician )ot Cleburne; also from the Galve3ton i Medical sooiety inviting the association f to hold its next session in that city. The 1 1 mayor of Corpus Christi also sent a oor- 1 Invitations to visit the new oapitol the 'John B. Hood camp and the University t were likewise reoeived. Dr. J. H. Sears asked to be excused from farther servioe on the judicial 'council Dr. W. A. Archer one of the ii members absent at the opening session hav...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 May 1887

TRY ALIENS BEFORE ADOPTVXO EM. The San Antonio Express editorially says the following: "Tbe Illinois legis- lature has finally passed a bill preventing aliens holding real estate. A declaration of citizenship however gives the right. If any alien now holding fails to dispose of the property during his lifetime upon his death it escheats to the state. Pretty Fteep law that." Far from thinking it a "steep law" reflection will prove that it is a wise and con- servative measure. For take as true Henry George's view of the land question thoroughly right to this extent that man's ownership of the soil U the closest tie that binds him to a state or country. Man's possession of real estate gives a flxidity to his position acquired in no other way. Without such possesion he is merely a migratory bird that can take wing with all his belongings at any moment upon any pretext and with no peouniary loss to himself. Attach him to the sail by such an interest as ownership and yon make him a party ...

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

L" Proposed Amendments to the Con- stitution Passed by the 20th I Legislature. &o. l. H. J.&No. 2.1 Joint Resolution i to amend Seotion 20 of Article 16 of the State Constitution. 5 Seotion 1. Be it resolved by the Legis- lature of the State of Texas: That Sec- tion 20 of Article 16 of the Constitution be so amended as to read as follows to- wit: j Section 20. The manufacture sale and exchange of intoxicating liquors except for medical meohanioal sacramental and scientific purposes is hereby prohibited Jn the State of Texa. The Legislature phall at the first session held after the Adoption of the amendment enaot neces- sary laws to put this provision iuto effect. i Section 2. The foregoing constitu- tional amendment shall be submitted to a Tote of the qualified electors of the State Of Texas at an election to be held for that pnrpose oa the first Thursday in August 1887 at which eleotion all voter favoring said proposed amendment shall have written or printed on their ballot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 May 1887

IE W mm i i 4 NO FEE I ESTABLISHED 1851 j 81 I UNTIL BETTER i St. Louis Mo. LOCUST ST. IheRcfiularDId-Estaliilsliea 1 PHYSICIAN AND SL'.ICEOrl Is still Treating with the Greatest SKILL and SUCCESS Suffer from Nervous Debility Exhausting Drain upon the Fountain! of Life affecting Mind Body and Manhood should connult the Celebrated DR. CLARKEatonce. Remember! Nervous diseases (with or without dreamajor debility and lovi of nerve power treated scientifically by new methods with never-failing success. MIDDLE-AGED MEN :'." ss Transgressions ludiu.etiunsorOver Brain Work nay consult with the assurance of Speedy Relief and a Permanent Cure if withinreachof Human Skill fll Y MLM wno UR" 'lom weaknetset will find ULU HlLll immediate Relief and Cooiforiand in many cues a permanent cure. 4-The terrible poisons of Syphilis and all bad blood and skin diseaeescomilctclyerailicaied with out mercury. Df Remember that this one horrible disesse if neglected or improperly treated curses the present an...

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

AUSTIN "WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 5 1887 ! GULLIBILITY. Tne wild phantoms .and shrieking cries of a worthless humbug can make money by Imposing npon tbe credulity and ienorance of an honest pub- lic and the supply of this species of work seems more than an adequate demand. .The enunciation of facta facts 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 oe scorned by all classes. When one house tells yon that Iodide of Potash Is a poison simply because their opponents use it and because they are pandering to your ignorance as they supDoae you sheuld look upon all such as arrant frauds and their remedies as unworthy of public con&dence and if those who make such assertions do not know better they are a set of unenviable ignoramuses. DOCTORS AND HOT SPRINGS Hot Springs failed entirely...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 5 May 1887

f I t AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN.THUKSDAY. MAY 5 1S87 ZZZZIZ: ; ; 'V II t 11 I ! 'Kw Middling - l (I t d aim VVimiiwuai sio?::;:::::::::::::::::::::::.::: i. OPriHB DAILV AD WEEKI.r ST TItSMAV I Austin May ! I Since o.ir last weekly report the entire situation bai been changed. Copious and iufnclent ruin bsve fallen not only all over the section In trade relatione with Austin but throughout northern northwestern central and souf-eastern T.-x- manlnc; good crop of corn and cotton ios4bl. Confidence Is Bfc-ain restored and the wheels of trade seriously closed f..r the last two or three weeks by reason of the drouth are moving anin. There has lieen few chants in prices during the past seven da)s. Cotton at;in advanced to a bet- ter figure than has been the case for a loni; time. Wool haa been coming jin moderately. Very few changes in dry goods or groceries. There Is an improved demand in the retail trade. FINANCIAL. Silver coin par Atejlutij dollars ;i toitcin halves Mexican quarters 15 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 May 1887

1 ) EEKLY nn ATE AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY MAY 32 1SS 7. NO 25 VOL.XVI. AUSTIN WJ 8MAN 1 f.A O'BRIEN. Arrival of the Man Who Has Come Over to Interview Lord iiansdowne. His Speech in Reply to the Hearty Welcome He Re- ceived. New York May 10. Persistency and patience achieved a notable victory yesterday and the Irish committee of welcome at last found Mr. Vi'm. O'Brien. This ihey accomplished in the dead of night about forty miles from New York In a dense fog and in damp dismal weather gloomy and never perhaps has there been more weird and extraordinary scene than that which took place when the committee's steamer got alon" side the immense Cunarder Uinbria. There was a rousing cheer which was answered from the bi steamer but when a second cheer was given for "William O'Brien and Ireland they were all not cheers that responded borne of the cheers were for Lord r y.j rrk.. ...t nn Hint hpRvlntf sea. in the midst of the fog and damp sleets tng'isb and Irish antigonists found abundant ven...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 May 1887

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAB. 1ATES OF SUBStlUPTIOS. 34ILIT. t 1 so Oi month s'jq Thiee months j' Six months .U(U Twelve m..ntn '"' t.MT OAILT . lino rwelv months - u Blimom " WXKKLT. Bix months Tsulva months $f).7S 12' 1 HVAHIABLV .S AOYANCE. Pott;e free to all parta ot the United Mates ami Canaua ..i " inu 1' ft mnnuT order. p Mtai note. reinsured If tier or exproea ttimyle rjpiee twin M ofjitit". AX.L PaI-EIW DlHCoKTlNUKU T TUB KXI-UUTIOM Hubacriiwrs will please ubaervo the (late on their wrappers. gnbecrllwrs wishing address of paper changed will stam in their application botn the old and new asareaa. MK. . A. SCOTT la In charge ot he city aan- CpUon den-ent of Th. coop a'nis nr notices n uimis-w " ".i Sift at thl offic- will have prompt attention. Sulcrlb-i. who do not rerelyj I paper ru.ra- l.rlv. are requested to notify the offlrw. h ub- acrlber. are warred not to pay excm.t up.n presentation of a properly '"fil liUl from this oMt. Carrier are Mot allowed to aell papers. ST...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 May 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 12 1887 3 1 hi- 'j it 19 1 .f i . r. 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. Cnapter 73. 8. B. No. 149. An aot to diminish the civil and criminal jurisdic- tion of the county courts of Orange Con- cha Tyler Greer and Mason counties and to conform the jurisdiction of the district courts of said counties to euch ohange. Chapter 74. 3- B. No. 111. Aa aot to diminish the civil jurisdiction of the county court of Brazos county and to conform the jurisdiction of the district court of said county to such ohange. Chapier 75. H. B. No. 211. An act U) amend articles 4604 and 4005 title 93 chapter 4 of the revised statutes of the state of Texas to provide for preventing certain animals from running at large in counties and subdivisions. Section 1 Be it enacted by the legisla- ture of the State of Texas! That artioles 4!$04 and 4605 of the revised st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 May 1887

HESRY GEORGE AND RUSSIA. Henry George' paper The Standard is exceedingly interesting reading though we think accuracy and the editor's real convictions are oftinva sacrificed to gain the end of sensational and interesting because of a striking novelty. In the last issue that paper ban an editorial entitled "The Czar's American Partnership" that namea aa the czar's partner Secretary Bayard and this becaose of the new extra- dition treaty recently signed by the United States and Russia. Mr. George is incensed because iu this treaty the term "political offense" is not made to include compass- ing the life of the sovereign or any mem- ber of his family. He contends that the czar is the government and that an at- tempt upon his life is legitimate political revolution aimed at the most conspicuous mark at the source of oppression. He uses this strong language: "That is a false sentiment which would justify conspiracy against the Russian government and even armed rebellion while condemning...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 May 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 12 1SS7 5 Proposed Amendments to the Con- stitution Passed by the 20th Legislature. No. 1. H. J.R. No. 2. Joint Resolution to amend Section 20 of Article 16 of . the State Constitution. Section 1. Be it resolved by the Legis- lature of the Scute of Texas: Tint Seo- tion 20 of Article 16 of the Constitution be so amended as to read as follows to- wit: Section 20. The manufacture sale and exchange of intoxicating liquors except for medical mechanical saoramental and scientific purposes is hereby prohibited in the State'of Texa. The legislature shall at the first session held after the adoption of the amendment enact neces- sary laws to put this provision into effect. Section 2. Th foregoing constitu- tional amendment shall be submitted to a vote of the qualified electors of the State of Texas at an election to be held for that purpose on the first Thursday in August 1887 at which eleotion all voiers favoring said proposed amendment shall have wri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 May 1887

"X !.: i. I 'f i i i ; ! $ :' J. ... . H " i !1 1 i ! c I (' t : ! i 1! I n i i ft ! f : t u . Gone where the Woodbine Twineth.. Rat are smart but "Rotou ok Kats Ik them. Clears out kats. Slice K" Bugs. Flies Beetles Moths AnlMl B.-5-buffs Insects. Potato Uuw. kPTJ"?' Skunk? Weasel Gophers Chipmunks Jloh Musk Rata Jack Rabbits Squirrels. Lie. & MA II ail hlftT wanhianjveryUiinic.uwIt ROUGHoNDlnT """" "aThl w ...rt Iron. .till Ko.if I. n l IrT 'a" ' don. In ny laumlry. N- Injury to rlotl.l iir. t not iH-cwwnry. ltlifh.- anil .hll-ii" -l..tli1nir yt-l-. I l.y crHss wwlilnif. Ail'h'l lo ntsrrh ' colili irlvi!" KKi "rt lnllf"l If1"""- M""" .ahiiV Irt.ninic. dlvh-tvar-htnir.-ill unlnK uuy. yid" AT nil Hr"t el;. lpi-rM n'"t 'it ir . ROUGHssCORNS for hi irdiirwift Corns 15 cts. Atl'niivisUs. ROUGH ON Toothache. Instant Relief. 15c. ROUGHoSWORMS. -KURK CURB 28 Cents. IO FEE ' ESTABLISHED 185 1 j 811 UNTIL BETTER f St. Louis Mo. UOCUST ST. The Regular oia-BUDUsnea PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 May 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN.THURSDAY. MAY 12 1887. CxIILLIBILITY. Tbe wild phantoms and shrieking cries of a worth lees humbug can make money by imposing npon the credulity and ignorance of an honest pub- lic and the supply of this species of work seems more than an adequate demand. The enunciation of facts facte that have stood crucial teste facts proven by brain force and tangible evidence should satiety all laudable enterprises ; hut the execrable practice of teaching talse ideas and doctrines for self aggrandizement is truly reprehensible and should be scorned by all clas?es When one house tells yon that Iodide of Potash is a poison simply because their opponents use it and because they are pandering to your igr orance as they suppose you sheuld 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 they are a set of unenviable ignoramuses. DOCTORS AN I) HOT SPlllNGS Hot Springs failed entirp l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 12 May 1887

: AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 12 1887. 8 I .i I J t DR. JOHN BULL'S Sffli'sToiSynii FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES. The proprietor of this celebrated med'cint justly claimi for it a superiority over r.il rem- edies ever offered to the public for the SAFE CEETAIN SPEEDY and PZEMANENT curs of Ague and Fever.or Chill.and Fever.wheth- er of short or long tanking. He referi to the entire Western and Southern country to boai him testimony to the truth of the assertion that in no case whatever will it fail to cure it the direc t ions are strictly folio wed and carried )ut. In a great many cases a single dose hat been sufficient for a cure and while famili9 have been cured b v a single bottle with a per- fect restoration of the general health. It is owever prudent and in every case morecer .ain to cure if its use is continued in smaller doses for a week or two after the disease bar been checked more especially in difficult and long-st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 May 1887

AT 0 WEEKLY VOL-XVI. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY JIAY 19 1SS7. NO 26 HILLSBORO. An Accident Causes a $120000 Fire--List of Losses and Insurance. Strange Freak of Fanaticism in - San AntonioOther Texas News. Special Telepram to the Statesman. Hillsboro May IT. Late last night E. L. Nich- olson druggist was putting wall paper In the racks and hie brother Clarence was throwing It up to him. One bundle be failed to catch and it fell back on a lamp breaking it and in an instant everything was in a blaze. The lamp was not more than ten feet from several barrels of whleKy . and brandy and kerosene oil. The Messrs. Nicholson lost all of their wearing apparel except what they had on. E. I.. Nicholson barely escaped with his life. The lire spread with alarming rapidity to the whole block except the stove house.occupled by W.tt. fllington & Co. . and Vbb siieedili consumed. The house occupied by W.'h. Ellington was badly damaged by the fire so much.'that it is thought its west wall will fall. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 May 1887

M ! if ---- 1 ' I WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TKXAtt. HATKS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BAIL. v jt month Firm month.. bi months r elve month. i l.oo .50 5.00 1J.00 . '-!.0U . 1.U0 relve month. g i montla...... WliK.LT. 8 t month T velve month 10.75 1 i 1KVAHUBLV IX ADVANCE. Postal free to ail parta of the United btatae nd Canada Remit by draft on AusUn P. O. money order pjetAl note. reiritred letter or expnwe Sample sopie lent tree on application. 4ll Papers Discontinued at the Kxmbatioh Of THB Till Paiu FOB. Subscrlliers will please observe the date on their wrapper. Subscriber wishing addree of paper changed wil state In tbelr application botn the old and new a idreea. HH. F. A. SCOTT 1 In charie of he city sut- criptton drpstirentof Thi BtawmaK nd all coapla'nta or notice of change iflven to him or ft at thin ofllce. will have urompt anenuou. u ihurilur. uhn Att nut rnralva their uitlmr nun- l..lr ir. ruililld tl) notify the Oftlc. Hllb- scrllx-rs are warred not to pay their subscription excep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 May 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 19 1837 GOVERNMENTAL What is Going on in the State De- partments. An Epitome of What Was Learned at the Capitol Yesterday. The following letters itre self-explanaj tory: Department of State I Washington May 9 1SW. ) To His Excellency Lawrence 8; Roes Governor of Texas : Sir I have the honor to transmit herewith trans lalions of a note ot the 2Mh ultimo from the Mexi- can minister at this capital complaining of the or- ganization on Texas territory between the towns ol Uainargo and Laredo of armed bands under the leadership ot one Mariano Kesendez which in their smuggling operations have frequent engage- ments with the Mexican customs guards disturb- ing the peace of the border and violating the neu- trality of the United States. I have communicated copies of this note to the departments of the treasury and of justice re- questing their agents to take all proper precautions to frustrate any open violations of law such as the' Mexican minister de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 May 1887

J 'J: .1 f 4 ''M i I! li Is I ii i; 9' f f it: ' i I I I r ii V- "1 A H I D5CLAM NO FEE ' ESTABLISHED I8SI j 811 UNTIL BFTIER. ( St. Louis. Mo. ' LOCUST ST. The Regular Old-Established I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON li still Treating with the Greatest SKILL and SUCCESS VrilllullTlI o by their own acts of A DOZEN NOTED WOMEN. AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 16 1837. A NIGHTS LODGING. MIDDLE' Imprudence or Fnllv suffer from Nervous Debility Laluustmg Iir...m upon the Fountain! of Life affecting Mind Body and Manhood should comult the Celebrated DK. CLARKE at once. Remember! Nervous diseases (with or without drcamslor debility and loss of nerve power treated scientifically by new methods with never-iauing success. I who now find the pen- altirs followmv their Transgressions fniiin-ietionsor Over Brain Work may consult with the assurance of Snecly Relief and a Permanent Cure if within reaihol Human Skill. 01 ft m! TM wno u""er rorn weaknesses will find ULUlYlLri imme'liate Relief and Co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 May 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 19 18S7. BLOOD POISON. Three years ago I contracted a blood poison. I DDlied to a physician at once and his treatment came near killing me. I employed an old physi- cian and then went to Ky. I then went to Hot springs and remained two months but nothing seemed to cure me permanently although tem- norary relief was given me. My condition grew desperate and I applied to a noted quack but I did not improve i then used a preparation which was prescribed "gratis" but it contained too much alcohol and aggravated my sufferings i then tilaced mvself under the treatment of a noted Nashville physician and for a time was benefited but by fill I returned home a mined man phvsically and financially with hut little prospects of ever getting well. My money being exhausted I did not know what to do. In May 1S85 my mother persuaded me to get a bottle of B. B. B. (made in Atlanta) and 1 did so to gratify her but to my utter astonishment I had not finished the fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 May 1887

iM.. ' 1 ' I. :! ii; t i: f 1 ! 1 ! i V S DR. JOHN BULL'S aiililliO BUlllUOJLlii FOR THE CURE OK FEVER and AC'Jl: Cr CKiLLS and FEVER. AND ALL MALARIAL dISCASES. Ths proprietor of this ieitiraietl sic. veils'- justly oiaimi for it a superiority over ail r? m edie ever offered to the public for the SAx CERTAIN SPEEDY and PERMANENT cur of Ague and Fevcr.or Chilli and F cvor.wheth er of ihort orlor.tr dtanaing. He refers to t'.u entire Western and Southern country to lsi him testimony to the truth of tae assertior. that in nn cast) whatever wi!l it fail to euro it hedirectioneare strictly followedand camel nt. In a great mary cr.!8 a single doie hai boan sufficient for a cure and whole famiJiei hive been cured It a single bottle with a per- ect restoration of the general health. It is. nwnvur.nrudent and in ever? case morecer- .aiu to cure if its uoo is continue'! in sn.ulloi .loses for a week or two after the disease ha been checked.inore especially inditlicuit and lnncr.taii(iinir ca...

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