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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 17 18S7. 7 n Hemorrhages. sstfK from tlia . Stomach. ixune, or irom miy cause 18 speeuny con trolled and stopped, Sores, Ulcers, Wounds, Sprains & Bruises, It is1 cooling, cleansing and Healing. fjjtjfcWh It is most efficacious for this VCliai 111) disease, Cold iii the IIead,&o. "Pond's Extract Catarrh Cure," specially prepared to meet serious cases, should be applied Willi Pond's Extract Nasul Syringe. Rheumatism, Neuralgia. No other preparation lias cured more cases of these distressing complaints than theExtrurt. Pond's Extract Plus, ter is invaluable, in these diseases, Lum bago, Pains in Back or hide, &c. Diphtheria, Sore Throat, Ue the Extinct promptly. Delay is dangerous. Pi ICC a 1"J-BleeAliig nr itching. It rUCSi is the greatest known remedy ; 'rap idly curing when otlier medicines huve failed. Pon -I'm Extract Ointment k of gi-eat servics whore the removal ol clothing Is inconvenient. For Broken Breast and Sore Nippl...

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. — 17 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATES5L v TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 17 18S7. I fl i :; m Wonderful euros of Scrofulous dixrasis continually add to tiio reputation of Anr's Sarsa pnrilla. John McDonald. 121 Suffolk St., Lowell, Mass., says : " For a number of years I was . great sufferer from Scrofu.a, vhkh manifested itself in early childhood. So virulent and offensive were tlio lores whic' arrcared on my body, that my parents .tept mo from school most of the time, "i became emaciated, pale, languid, and feeble, and my friends said It was Coi,sumi tion. A physician in New York state recommended treatment with AYEB'S Sarsaparilla tho Scrofula from my blood. to reniov After tal.! i hir. bottles I was permanently cured Suk.kVall Dw2l.-ts. Trice $1; six bottles, $3. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aver & Co., Lowell, 11m., U. S. A. The Markkts. Financial & commercial. Aihtik, Febrnary tf.-Tbe streets having .rled from tlui recent drizzling rains, and tho atmos phere tolnif balmy and delightful, the business stree...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 24 February 1887

STIN WEEKLY STATESMAN VOL. XVI. AUSTIN', TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24 17. NO U PALESTINE. .Getting Ready for the Contest Over Judge Reagan's Seat in Congress. The Assassin's Bullet at Navasota A Negro Murderer , the Victim. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Palestine, February 22 On the election of Hon. John H. Keagan to the United States senate, and his consequent resignation from the fiftieth con gress, it was supposed that the election to fill the vacancy caused thereby would not be ordered until after the legislature adjourned, and that, in the al eence of some legislative requirements. Gov. Ross, within hi9 discretion, would not issue a proclama tion ordering said election to be held prior to July. Such was th general understanding. 11 now ap pears that the last was not well settled and upou suggestion, lion. John Young Gooch, of this city, yesterday telegraphed Gov. Ross, inquiring whether, in the absence of further legislative ac tion, the election would be ordered to be hel...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 24 February 1887

a AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 24 1887. CAPITAL WORK. Good Day's Record for Law-Makers for the Last Day in the Week. the Concealed Weapons in the Senate, and Now Counties in the Ilouao Were tho Attrac tions for the Day. Senator Glasscock and His Friends Pass the University Land BillChips Around the Legislative Wood Pile. Yesterday wag not particularly an im portant day in legislative work, nor was it devoid or considerable interest, uur barren of result. The senate passed several matters of some interest before leaching the bone ot contention of the day, being the bill to inorease the penalty for carrying oonoealod weapons. This measare has been discussed at great length in the senate, and, while opinions on its necessity and propriety have been varied, the seuato finally concluded that the six-shooter ought to go, and passed the bill with an imprisonment feature added. The railroad commission bill was the ponding business yesterday when the senate adjourded, but it w...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 24 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 24 18S7 3 of article 4710a, relative to assessing steoks of goods was carried, and the mo tion to strike ont the artiole was lost. The bill as amended was ordered engrossed. Mr. Gresham introduced a joint reso lution for an amendment to the constitu tion, so as to make provision for the maintenance and improvement of har bors, and the entrance thereto, on the gulf coast, as among the subjects for which the legislature may provide. Mr. Williamson in trod need a bill pro viding for stenographic fees, as part of costs of courts, in the district conrts; al lowing 20 cents per hundred words for transcripts of stenographer's notes, ex cept in felony oases and misdemeanors when the defendant is aoqnitted; provided, that the fees shall in no case exceed $10, where the verdict of judgment does not exoeed $500, and so on in graduated soale up to not over $10 in any case. Other bills were: By Mr. Smith, of Travis A.n appropri ation for the Texas Guar...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 24 February 1887

LEGISLATIVE WORK. The Pistol Bill Goes Through Like a Flash. Solons Still Worrying Over Railway Commission Measure. the The Willis Caso in the Committee RoomOther Gossip from the Two Houses. The legislative session it drawing clone to that time when member will be anxious to get away from A nut in, for the reason that $2 a day will not pay board, bny drinks and cigars, and otherwise en able the law maker to enjoy himself. This in view the larger percentage of the mem bers are anxious to get down to bed rock business. There is a flood of bills yet hanging op in committee rooms or awaiting with patience, if a bill can have such a thing as patience, resurrection from the tuble. In the few remaining days of the session, it will be physically .impossible to pass even a majority of the measures that have already been introduced, aud the faot that a great deal of valuable legislation is yot unreached, forces the belief that AN EXTIIA HKHHION will be necessary. Home members are in dined to ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 24 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY ?4 1887. rcBEAfif f 1.DEPRIBES ! Kij, M I SPECIAL I K IP' PAtritf . I BffrR--------rJjs) 1 NATURAL FRUIT XSLgNLY IN gjy W FLAVORS MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared with strict regard to Purity, Strength, and Hcalthf illness. Dr. Price's Baking Powder contains no Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Dr. Price's Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, etc., flavor deliciously. PRICE BAKIUQ POWDER CO., Chicago and St Louts. GREEK COUNTY. Who Has Don9 the Most to Re claim it for the State ? To the Editor of the SottoBnian. During tUo year of 1878 Pressler's & Langertnan's map of Texas was oompiled from tho records of the general land of fice, and oertified to by t he cointnission er of the general land office as a correct map, which places the initial monument on the south fork of Red Itiver, and states n said map ns established by the bonudary commission, our own state map thus showing Greer county "to be wholly in the Indian Territory. Colonel William H. Russell, ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 24 February 1887

6" AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDATMFEBRUARY 24 1S37. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AI'STIN TEXAS. jt. rns of suhsckiptiox. One month..... Three months., Biz months.. .. S l.oo , .!) B.U8 , W.U) .. t i.oo Twelve months.. . SUNDAY IMILT Twelve months.... ttlx muni is.. WEEKLY. Six months Twelve months 10.75 1 'iU Ponge tree to all parts ot the United btatas and Canada R.mithvHrfton AiiHtin. P. O. money order, postal note. reirliitor! lHttr or express Bainjjle COplHS Km I row on apimioiiui. AM. Paper Dibooktinuid at tub Kxpikatiob Of Tin Tims Paiu run. , . Bahecrlbers wlU please observe the date on their w tappers. Subscriber wlolilnu aiiilrwss of paper changed w ,11 state in ineir appucauou ijuiu mo " aiareeo. an. r. a. owl i w i" eiptiiidrM"tiintof Th Wtatshhak, and all co npla-'nta or notices f chenies Riven to him, or ie:x at una omr, win uw i"'t" B.ihocrilwrs who do notreo-lve their paper reim 1 rly, are requested to notlfv the ofllce. Carrier oos are not allowed to sell papers. BTATKHMAN P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 24 February 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 24 1887. V Hemorrhages, jsassffiss: Nona, or from any causa is speedily cou trolled and stopped, Sores, Ulcers, Wounds, Sprains & Bruises, It is' cooling, cleansing and Healing. Tfltarrh 11 1 most efficacious for this uuiui in, aiseagei in the Ucaji4.0. Pond's Extract Cutarih Cure," specially prepared to meet serious cases, should be applied with Pond's Kxtract Nasul Syringe. Rheumalism, Neuralgia. No other preparation has cured mors cases of these distressing complaints than the Extract. Pond's Extract Plas. ter is invaluable in these. diseases, Luin-' bago, Pains in Back or bide, &o. Diphtheria, Sore Throat, Use the Extract promptly. Delay is dangerous. P!f AC ? '""MSleedlng or Itching. It A llCp is the greatest known remedy; rap idly curing when other medicines have failed. Poml's Extract Ointment it or great service where tho removal oi clothing Is inconvenient. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipples.havrVn'ce used Tho Exti nct wii...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 24 February 1887

EISIM'AKY 24 I'l G AUSTIN wr.V.KL STATESMAN. THURSDAY. 1 Ayer's CherryPectoral may bo nllei! upon for relief In nil dis eases of llio throat aHl lungs; ami, for tbo rpeulv cure of wvoro Colds or Coughs, it L:h no equal. E. J. Down, Itonncait's, Berkeley Co., S. C. writes : " Some timo a-o I c'oiiiractcil, ly exposure, a sever? fold mid Cough. After two or tlireo nioiilli.i, I begun to think thcro would bo ho chango for the better. Iy uttention biins directed to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, I iirocurcd a bottle, and began taking it. It Cured tVly Cough before this first bottle was used, and I ra;ldly reeovered my Lralih." A. J. Davis, Atchison, Kalis., writes: "This prltig I tools n severo Cold, which settled on my lungs. In tlireo days It became most difficult and painful for mc to breathe. As soon ns possible I pot a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, nnd was promptly relieved and cured by Its use." Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, ritKiMnnn by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. For sale by ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 March 1887

'. s rv fr sa irni -w v Y IT m. ij i I v r rs s.4 rev i TATE a u mm VOL. XVI. AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 17 18S7. NO 17 WEE K S'MA OFFTHBRAILS. Dreadful Disaster on the Boston and Providence Railway 30 r " Killed. Over Fifty Wounded---Alleged - Causes of the WreckShock ing Affair. Bosros, March 14. An accid.int this morning occurred in the Dedham branch of trie Boston & PiovHm.c railroad between F'.irest Uill nud Kos lindule at wu it is known as Btisaty park bridge The 7 o'cloi k train from Dedhaui consisting of seven cur nnd a Un.'-fw or, under churire of Con ductor Ti (leu, broke tiirou.-li the bridge.' The engine and thren cars went over safely, but liv.) Others foil throngn Urn bridge to the road U'liei.tb, a diHiii of iliiity t'n-t. The last car, which w the smoker, turned uumplei sly vf and struck m lop of the others, all being crush.'.! nlm.nt oiu o Blm.e. , , The cvneof the accident is s.il'l to have be n the breakiui; of the bridge. Uepoits in to tin; number ut i en...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 March 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 17 1837. LEGISLATIVE. The Orphan Asylum Bill grossed in the Senato. En Thn T.nnA Tinurd Comes in for a Little Discussion in the House. The Agricultural and Mechanical College Asks for an Addi tional Appropriation. COMMITTIllt MKKTINOS. A delegation consisting of C. 0. Garrett, of Brenliiun, nod W. H. Cavitt, of "Jryan, directors; Ctipt. T. M. Scott, agent, aud L. L. McGinnis, secretary, of the board of directors of the Agricultural mid Me chanical college, lit Bryan, were present at the meeting of the house finance com mittee last night for the purpose of pre senting the claims of the college for nn additional appropriation to enlarge the facilities of the college for the accommo dation of growing scholarships, and to meet thiH nn appropriation of $30,0JO i iu addition ti) the $l.r,M)D annual appro priation to meet the running expenses of the college. The house judiciary committee No. 1 held an informal meeting to night, to hear tho explanati...

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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 $35,912.00 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 Mar...

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

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

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

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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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 ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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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 ...

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

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

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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