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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 $100,000 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 R...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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!Pi,Uetore 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 WVna,h 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 rul...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 a...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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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...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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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 We...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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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' b...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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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...

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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...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, 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 o...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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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 ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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.i...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 10 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10 1S37. 7 A If 11 tf -THE ADVANTAGES OF t!cuRF DYSPEPSIA by acting at once on tluit most important organ, iltc Stomaclt, Iicures INDIGESTION by canning the assimilation efllie food, ImiRFS WEAKNLSS by toning quickly the whole system, Jtcjirfs MALARIA by enriching theblnod nntt driving the malarial poison entirely out of the body. It curfs CHILLS & FEVER by Stopping the fever, and restoring tlie nerves to a healthy condition. It cures KIDNEY DISEASES by strengthening tho parts.purifging the blood and relelving alt pains in the back. It cures LIVER COMPLAINT l ft mailing tho Liver and Jtnteets act prompily, carrying off tlie surplus JMc by regulating and strengthen) nq the t tMwa ijrowin vj me neua,jaee a; hcck. It ckres RHEUMATISM by making the blood flow regularly, and venly through the veins ami by removing therejrom tlie cause of the disease. It curfs FEMALE INFIRMITIES by regulating the functions, giring strength to all diseased pa...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 10 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEB11UAKY 10 1SS7. I : i ! i: I ii 1 1 AYER'S HAIR mm Is dilL'litful toilet unkl: and. at the aame timr, an effective pmi.ly Tr all dis wsc of the liair and scalp. I: cau-c the Lair to grow luxuriantly, rvnicr it soft, j)li:inl, and plooy, air I rv-torvs t he jouth ful color. "J have hern usiri .Iyer's Hair l'ior with marvelous surrcs. It retrcs the color to (ray hair. ; romot s a fresh growth, and kcej it t-tn u and healthy. As n toilet article. I have never found its e.juaJ." Vrs. J. J. Burton. L inear, Me. rRTJkRI'I PT Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mas Sold by all IruMs. Price $1; lx bottles, $5. The Makkkts. Financial & commercial. Attn, February There was nothing In th situation to day worthy of special attention or comment Bonds, Stocks, Etc. Nr York. February ;. Bond cliei at th (ollowlnn irice btC: Vejier- dy. " p.j 11 1S 114 tin :i 114'i ll-ind. To-dr. liT ll'"a li l-.t'4 111 w) To 114s, I Cited MUte l.'ltere.l t'ni'ed !!teii 4 tai...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 February 1887

KLY VOL. XVI. AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17 'S7. NO WEE STATESMAN GALVESTON. Further Particulars of the Great Failure of Elock, Oppen heimer & Co. The Bulk of the Loss Falls on Eastern CreditorsOther State News. Special Telegram to tke Statesman. Galveston, February 15. The wholesale dry goods and boot and shoe house of Block, Oppen neiiner & Co., tiled for record this morning the transfer of their entire stock, also their business premises, in payment of obligations due to local creditors. These local debts asregate JiiVS", chiefly owing to banks and local capitalists, who endorsed tor the firm. The stock was invoiced and turned over at TO cents on the dollar, aggregat ing $.1)4,321), The building and fixtures were trans ferred at the net valuation of J'AVC.i, less the mortgage, me total naiiinties or tue nrm win reach i7':0,0X), nearly all ot which, except that which f secured as above, isowinirin New York city Over $."h),!)03 is owing to II. 1$. Chaflin & Co. r...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 February 1887

THE GREAT POWERS. And the Verv Little So Far Done by Them for the State. Bushels of Bills Introduced and an Abundance of Provender for Buncombe. Stray Matters of Gossip Ileard nere and There About Com mittee Clerks, and Some Other Things. The i-en&tt yeterday morning succeeded in killing the bill which intended to give mortgngt a priority of claim over the al lowance of widows, fucerul expenses and cot of attendance and physician in the last UlneM. The kill was introduced by McDonald, who stated the reasons for its passage ic a masterly manner, and he had a vein of good, practical common sense running tnrough all of his remarks: while all the sentiment and everything that could appeal to the sympathy of human nature was agaiut him. On the other side, the array of feeling appeal was legion. The protection of the widows and orphans of tne mortgager had Its old time effect, but the fact that probably the mortgagee might have died in the mean time, leaving widows and orphans depend ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1887 3 side of the incorporation of the district ohools and county superintendents sys tem the bill waa bnt a reflex of the old law and might be written on a single page, and that it was simply an effort to con form the old law to the proposed change. It was not applicable, he contended, where there were mixed populations without great injustice to the tax payers. The bill was discussed by Messrs. Page, Moore, of Travis; Haling, Grace and Kir licks. The motion to strike ont the enacting clause was defeated yeas, 37; nays, 57. Mr. Truitt introduced a bill punishing employes of railroads for willful or negli gent violation of the orders of their su perior officers, resulting iu injury to par son or property under penalty from $ 25 to $1,000 fine, and confinement in jail from ten days to one year. A communication from the governor . transmitted a memorial of teachers and citizens of Texas, in behalf of a state edu cational exhibit in the nati...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 February 1887

I V BROVII'S 7 m i i srvo chuiw reos wJtfc rrMjEcn-iBLi TOUCS. - w-RlT tLEiSSES 4 L B 1 1 H ES T H E BLOOD. fUk --" -- -U. It X4 !! Uf UHk. hMith. r prod -AlA OrHEH 1B0I MLUIUJES DO. . . in i niMiiinia.niiill1 H TO""' vm If B Kt-ooL-M. erf Mir. J ,.-r3 Brow'. lrr Bit- - ITSrSlln U blood. MX rmwrii ili drP BMWVLtM?t- BAI.TIMOU. Btt ACTIVE LAWMAKERS! With Plenty of Material Upon which to Operate the Wind Pump. Tow Measures of I.ote have Passed, and Half a Thou sand yet to Bob up Serenely. Committeo Meetings, and their Results the Greer Coumy Question and the Wil lis Investigation. The solons of Im mu-t be well con tent wi-.h tht-.r 1 jt, judging by the amount of time they occupy la tlie d.s cnsien of oieasnres upon which well set tied opiuion are knoa to be pretty gen erally held, or upon which they know the diversity o- opinion is to great that their legislation woulJ be practically in operst-ve-. An eight line bil!. arueDdatory to th hunting and fi-hing law the bill. simple iu itsel...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17 18S7. 5 r fli i1ito3 f r.OEflluH DRPRECES i SPECIAL MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared with strict regard to Purity, Strength, end Health! ulnesa. Br. Price's Baking Powder contains no Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Dr. Price's Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, etc, flavor dcliciously. PRICE BAKINQ POWDER CO., Chicago and St Louis. TMirftiiiMHiwrifcrtri)MatirfiwvAi'-'Hft)i-iMi .The penalty imposed is imprisonment i the county jail from six to twelvemonths, or in the penitentiary from one to three "years. . J By Mr. Williamson For the appoint 'ment of stenographers for each judicial district, allowing a salary of $1,200 each, Powder NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS M, tlllU BlgUb UtUUllgB, guiiig ttuu cum- fng. By Mr. Latimer, by request Increasing Vthe pay of district and county attorneys. Reports of committees ware sent up 'without reading. House bill, to prevent the gift or s.ile or loaning of deadly weapons to minors, lunder penalty of from $25 to 100, was eng...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 17 18S7. G WEEKLY STATESMAN. Al'.SflN TKX.tii. ! -TK OF SUltstlUrTIOX. O.ie month Three moatus.. . HI x month Twelve month.. 1.00 , a.50 , 5.UU . 10.00 .. $:.() BU.11MV UAii.r Twelve months... six nioQt v . l.UU wtSKH. " J I'urrftvH Miiifitllfl 'Ju ui. . ....... . I'M fv.mijti.v IN AUVANLB Poir r to all pirn ot t'ie United State ncl Canada kmii hif Jrft on Austin. V. U. nioiwy order, u Mini note, reifiatcrwl lnttr or express Sample capita nt true on aill-titi. AM I'tl'tlU Din O'lTINUUI AT TMC Kll-UUTION Of TMK TlMK I'AIU roll. Sultecrllwr will pivw imwrve tne date on their w tfuera. Suuscrllwrs wishing wlilr.tsii ot imir chanipHl wil state in their p;illi Minn hotli llm old and uw a ldreM. AH. V. . SCOTT la In charge ot ho city sun so Iptl.m iirff'vM of Tn statB'IMas, and all co npU'nis or notltwi wt charii; given to liliu, or IfX at tula oftlm, will have prompt attention. S itwcr!Mre who do not rix-tOva ilmlr paper reini Wrly, are riiesti...

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