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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 July 1887

r AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 14 18S7. 4 1 GOVERNMENTAL What is Going on in the State De- Departments. An Epitome of What Was Learned at the Capitol From Thursday s Daily. 1 Reoeipts in cash at the treasury yester- day were $10000; disbursements were $12000. The following colleotors have settled in the last two days: R. S. Gaily of Bell; D. J. Rowe of Comanche; T. H. Singleteiry of Cherokee and A. H. Xraylor of Mont- gomery. The comptroller's deposits yesterday amounted to $16200. There have been ninety applications for lease of landa since the new law went into effect. . Some of the propositions cover as high as 200 sections and the whole amount asked for aggregates 2000000 acres. A good deal of H is however for the releas- ing of landa now held. From Friday's Dally. Chartered yesterday: The Marble Falls Alliance university. The Ellis County Fair association of Wazahnchie; Clarke & Courts of Galveston capital stock $200- 000; incorporators Robert Clarke George M. Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 July 1887

'.' -A J. h usti:t weekly STATESMAN. TIIUliSDAY. JULY 14 ssr. nil :i i i J -ft sJ i f f -r I til 19 It ft Is NO FEE ESTABLISHED I8SI J 811 UNTIL BETUR. I St. Louis Mo. I LOCUST ST. The Regular Old-EstabMw PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON It still Treating with the Greatest SKILL and SUCCESS 1. rjriP f iMllrril who by their own gets of lUUllUmUl Immndenceoi Folly suffer from Nervoua Debility Kirn-mting Drains upon the Fountain of Life affecting Mind Body and Manhood should consult the Celebrated DR. CLARK Eat once. Remember! Nervouadiseatea (withor without dreamsjor debility and loss of nerve power treated scientifically by new methods with Bever-falMnj aucceaa. MIDDIi-fefflMENjJs Tranigreaalona.lndiitreiionim Over Brain Worlt. nay comult with the assurance of Speely Relief and a Permanent Cure if within reach of Human Skill fll T 1ATM wbo suffer from weaknesses wril find ULU lYltri immediate Relief and Comfort and in many cases a permanent cure. 4-The terrible poisona of Syphilis and all bad b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 July 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 14 t837. 7 4 if4 The best ud surest Remedy for Cora of all diseases caused by any derangement of t)i Liver Kidneys Stomach and Bowels. Dyspepsia Sick Headache Constipation Bilious Complaints and Kalarlaof all kinds yield readily to the beneficent influence of It is pleasant to the taste tones np the system restores and preserves health. It is purely Vegetable and cannot fall to prove beneficial both to old and young. As a Blood Purifier it is superior to all others. Sold everywhere at f 1.00 a bottle. m of the prowent generation. It is for Its cnreaiKl it attendants Kick Head- ache Constipation and Piles tbat have become so famous. They act apeedily and gently on the. digestive organs giving them tone and vigor to assimilate food. No griping or nausea. Sold Everywhere. Office 44 Murray St. New York. AMITE LA. The Foremost Standard Cotton Gin ot the world. LISTPRICE ofCIN reduced from $3.50 per SAW to $3 .tt has Just taken the "Highest Award Go...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 14 July 1887

1 8 rUJSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 14 CAPSIZED. The Yacht Mystery Meets Disas. ter in New York Waters Sunday. Out of Forty-seven Persons Board Thirty-seven Porish- Account of the Mishap. on New Yobk July 11. The sloop yacht Mystery loft Ruffle Birren inland iu Ca- nsrsio bay Bt 7 o'clock last eveniutf loaded almost to the gunwales with women and children. Wheu off liarreu island ou roote for Canaraio thw yiicht capsized and only thirteen of the forty ouU com- posing her passengers aud crev aro known to have been rescued. The party whioh was invited to go upon the excursion in this terrible disaster was made up chiefly of German families resident in Brooklyn. The Mystery and it preoicuH load swung oft from llutlla bar pier at 7 o clock qnickly followed by trie C'hrititina wiih more of this party. Captain Uenricksou of the Mystery Raid that he wad going to get to Canarsio flr.it or blow the stick out The women made a most earnest protest agniust any more sail. Captain Henri?...

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

STATESMA AU STIN WEEKLY it A A- vni VVT : AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY 21 1837. THE TOURISTS. The President's Reception at Fay- etteville His Old Home. Boyhood Stories. Pleads Guilty to Carrying off Citizens' Gates at Night- PantheV Incident. -The Fasetteville N. Y. July 19 This beautiful village the bo j hood home of Grovtsr Cleveland was to day brilliantly decorated with national colors as a sign of a popular greeting to the republic's president. Large delegations from Syra- cuse and adjacent villages and towns came in during the forsnoon until the village streets were overcrowded wii.li curious crowds. Reaidenoas and business houses were profusely dooorated. The old Cleveland home sohoolhouse and acad- emy which he attended were all suitably pa nln was the claiu homestead Of Mrs. Hoyt the presidents sister. The poesidential party including Mr. and Mrs. C aval a r e n n f Srp retarv Fairchild drove here from Cazenovia leisurely making a two hours' ride through a delightful re- gio...

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

g.T-jf i .--.' i1 ; AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 21 1887. i. ? ;! f 3 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN THXAS. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Out month 2 50 Three months ;'qq Blxmonth " jo.OO rweive uitmiuo . w mltl PkaIm tanntha.......... ... ..' ir Ts. 'uu "JLX uiuui . WEIKLf. $0.75 lx nonius Twelve months ' 1 X Postage free to all part of the United State and Remit by draft on Anstln P. O. money order oital note registered letter or extree-Bamile . a : .....llKann fcli PaFBUS DlSCONTim'SD AT THS KxriHATIOJI Hobecrlber wlU please observe the date on their wrapper. Bnbecrlber wishing address of paper changed will state la their application both the ld and new address. . .vn i. i (.... nf h dtT eno crtptlondei..tn.entofTu bTATMMAB. and all Jooulalnt. or noUce. of change to Mm or . - . .V t nM-A will hMVa UrUlIJ Lib "" u "i' .riv their nauer regn- OUoecrinBre w. ou ... : r Hllb. scent upen presentation or a pruinw. bllTU' thls office. Carrier x.ys. re not allowed sell papers. 1TATBSMAN PUB...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 21 1887. 3 i 1 1 . V AWFUL. A Foul and Most Devilish Crime Two Young Ladies Fatally "Wdunded. A Villain Enters their Sleeping Boom and Uses a Hatchet State Items. Special Telejram to the Statesman. GunsTiui July 13. Abont 12 o'olook last night Miss Mamie Bostiok of this city and her friend Miss Jennie Watkins of Dallas who was here on a visit to her aunt Mrs. Willis but who was spending the night with Miss Bostiok retired to slumber. Captain Bostiok the head of the family was absent in the Indian Ter- ritory looking after his cattle interests i here. Abont 2 o'olook this morning Mrs. Bostiok wrs awakened by the noise of a straggle in the room occupied by the yonng ladies. She went to the door of the yonng ladies' room just in time to see the form of a man jump through the window and upon the bed lay her daughter and Miss Watkins weltering in their blood. The bright moonlight whioh flooded the whole apartment revealed a gaping wound npon the fa...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THUKSDAY JULY 42l 4 BCILD HER ROADS. OWN RAIL Austin's railroad committee have tried ovarv mi flint has succested itself or - ' --oo that they could devise to influence som trunk line of railroads running within i hundred or two miles of Austin to build i tap to this city. Mr. Wooldridge of that eommittee has been unremitting in his efforts in this direction and has been in ivirmtntit cnrresDondence with railroad authorities of different lines on this sub jeot for a month and more. The case has resolved itself into this: The Santa Fe cannot and will not do anything at present in the way of an extension from any noint of their lines to Austin nor i will they mention any time even in th remote future when they will be in a con dition to build in this direction. Nothing onn be expected from the Texas fc St Lonis or the Aransas Pass railroads Both have their hands full with other ex tensions and cannot entertain any prop ition to ome to Austin; so that if our cit...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 21 1887. v GOVERNMENTAL What is Going on in the State De- Departmenta. An Epitome of What Was Learned at the Capitol From Thursdays Daily.l The following charters were filed yes- terday: International Lumber company of Co- lumbia; capital $20000. Incorporators: A. S. Rowen L. H. Marble Hugh Stewart V. H. Marble. Hubbard Oily Oil and Mining company; capital $250000. Incorporators: H. B. Allen Rod Oliver S. W. Rugle J. H. Onstatt David Stern A. J. Allen. The Fort Worth Granalio Rooting com- pany; capital u0000. Incorporators: Robert MoOart 0. S. Kennedy J. P. Smith. The following collectors settled with the comptroller yesterday: D. W. Frazer of Wise; J. W. Cook of Denton and R. E. Brown of Montague. Treasury receipts yesterday were abont $16000 of which all save about $4500 came from payments on lp.nds. The treas- urer is kept busy jut at this time attend- ing to land matters payments exteading to July 1 now coming in freely. The attorney-gener...

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

ti V3 i! (LUSTIX WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 1 dxuuke NO FEE I ESTABLISHED I85M 811 UH1IL BETTER f St. Louis Mo. 1 LOCUST ST. Tbe Regular Old-Establistied I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON li illll Treating with the Greatest eimi and qmesk 6m 10 STOW VAIIIfPlfTil who by their own act of lUUnUmLn Imprudence or Foil? saner from Nervous UeDUlty tanamunj urains upon the Fountatna of Life aifeciing Mind Body and Manhood should coniult the Celebrated DR. CLARKEatonce. Remember! Nervouadiaeaiea (with or without dreamjjor debility and Ion of nerve power treated scientifically by new method with never-falling aueceaa. MIDD1I-AGEDMEH oalS Transgressions IndiicretionaorOver Brain wont nay consult with the auurance of Speedy Relief and a Permanent Cure ifwlihinreach of Human Skill. ftl H MTU "ho 1'Tr from weaknene wdl find V LU IYlLil immediate Relief and Comfort and in many um a permanent cure. 47 The terrible poiaona of Syphilis and all bad blood and akin diteaaea completdyeradicated with- out mer...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 21 t887. Heroes and Heroines. There are tew who endure bodily troubles Without complaint. Did you ever meet among the heroes and heroines of your ac- quaintanceIf anv such there have been one with a yellowish cast of countenance and that jaundiced aspect generally which the most unpractised eye recognizes as the pro- duct of a disordered liver who did not com- plain and peevishly too of the soreness of the recalcitrant organ of pains beneath the right shoulder blade of dyspeptic symptoms constipation and headache Of course you aeverdid and of course the Individual was not using Uostetter's Stomach Bitters or he would not so have looked so have com- plained. To purify the blood when contain hated with bile and conduct the eeeretiou Into its proper channel to re-estoblish regu- larity of the bowels banish bilious headache and remove impediments to complete diges- tion nothing can approach in ellicacy tills peerless alterative and tonic. Malarial...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 21 1887 8 SUNSTROKE. Terrible Effects of the Weather in the North- ern Cities. Hot Mrs. Lucy Parsons on the Ram- page Again This Time Selling Pictures. Chicago July 18. The circle of the sun cut a wide swnth in the population of Chicago last week and yesterday. It had its victims in every grade of society and left them in every part of the city. The welcome breeze that sprang up laBt evening saved many lives but many suf- ferers were pant all help and night and morning added to the death list. Twenty deaths from sunstroke were reported yes- terday and as many more this morning. There were about one hundred and thirty-five deaths altogether reported up to noon and only half of the day was over. The weather was murky and the air heavy this morning but a breeze was still blow- ing. The thermometer in various parts of the city rangoa Deiow oo anu w uo- grees. BIX DEATHS AT MILWAUKEE. Milwaukee July 18. Six death result- ing from extreme heat the p...

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

BEKLY STATESMAN. AOL. XVI. AUSTIN TEXAS. THUKSDAY JULY 28 1887. NO 36 AXJ ST1N WJ c. iV. if h 1 V 1 -J ' .f J 7 7 FORTWORTH. Greatest Popular Demonstration Ever Held in the State-50000 People Present. All Sections of Texas Represented in the ProcessionProhibition- ists Concede Defeat. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Fobt Wobth July 26. The grandest demonstration over witnessed in Texas is a truthful statement when applied to the anti -prohibition rally in Fort Worth to-day. Sueh men as Congressmen Mills Sayers Abbott Crain and Kilgore; Treas- urer Lubbock Attorney -general Hogg Seth Shepard D. C. Giddinga and Captain S. P. Ross the venerable father of our gdvernor make this statement backed by thousands of others. There were in Fort Worth to-day twenty thousand strangers at a fair estimate and old army men plaoe the crowd on the grounds at one time as high aa fifty thousand people. Long before day the street were crowded with people while merchants were busy putting the finishing...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUKSDAY. JULY 8 WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN TKXA8. I A TEH OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILT. ti. month rhrw munthi.. til months twelve months.. I 1.00 2.90 :.00 1U.0O . 12.00 . 1.00 UN DAT DAO.I Pmelve months.. lx moot $0.75 1 tx muntha Twelve month Pottage free to 11 parti of the United Stale and Remit by draft on Austin P. O. money order pastel note reirtstered letter or exi-reee Samvle All Pamrs Discontinued at thi Kxpuutiob Of THI TBI "AID FOB. BBbecriher will pleeee observe the date on their wrappers. Bnbacribera wishing address of paper chantred will state In their application both the eld and new address. MR P. A. SCOTT Is In charge of he city eno crtptlonde).tnenof Thi Stawhah and all SoVplalnta or notices of cban (riven hto or left at this office will have prompt attention flubecrlbers who do not receive their paper regu- larly are requested to notify the office bi b- briber are warned not to Pr?'' nffi xcilit upen presentation of a PJ'' "I bUl from this office....

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 2S tSS7. 3 A SUPERB ARGUMENT. Mayor Kobertson on the Prohi- bition Amendment. Tacts and Figures Thrown Like Hot Shot Into the Enemy's Camp. Prom Sunday 'e Dil y.l Hon. J. W. Robertson mayor of ihe city spoke by invitation on the prohibi- tion question at the court house last night. The audience which heard Colonel Robertson was not as large as the merit of his speech deserved but those who listened to his sound and logical reasoning and his masterly array of facts and figures felt themselves fully repaid for having braved the heat of the evening to hear him. Introduced by Hon. Chas. R. Gibson Col. Robertson said that he spoke from the standpoint of one who had no person- al interest in the traffic. He neither bought sold nor nsed liquor and if he had a relative ou earth who was engaged in the business or in danger from the use of liquor he was unaware of it. He was not disinterested however in the issues in- volved in the proposition to be sub...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STAlrlSMAX. THURSDAY. JULY 23 1837. 1 I I ! i ! ! i t WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TKXA8. NOTICE. Th wHfckl v. next week will not be issued until Friday in order that the latest re- turns from the election' now bo wildly ex- citing the Ule can be gotten together and given oar patrons at the earliest moment possible. Statesman Pobushino Company. LET SOA WATEK BK bOLD The Pharinacujpia classes pure filtered water charged with carbonio acid gas or soda vater as a drug. Vichy and other mineral waters are essentially medicinal in their properties and are drugs. The new buuday law exempts drns and medi- cines and it docs not appear why soda water cannot be soldonder this exception. But outside of the quehtion of whether or not soda and mineral waters are drugs their sale now during this heated term seems almost a necessity. These gaseous waters are exceedingly cool and re- freshing more so than simple ico wa- ter and while the thermometer is ranging way up over 100 dogs in the s...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 28 1837. 5 fllWM " ITTrSJoi. sfllt F4i ir-.il IHVALUABLK FOB BURNS BUITBTJRNS DIAREHfEA CHAF HTGS STiNGS OF INSECTS. FILES SORE EJES SOKE FEET THE WONDER OF HEALING J For Plies mind nieedlna; or Itch Ing it la the greatest known remedy. For Burns Scalds. Wnunds Kriilse and Sprains it is unequalled stopping pais and healing in a marvellous manner. For Inflamed and Sore Eyes. It effect Upon these delicate organs is simply marvellous. It la the Ladle' Friend All femsli complaints yield to its wondrous power. For Ulcers Old Mores or Open Wounds Toothache Faceache Bites of Insects Sore Feet its action upon these Is most remarkable. RECOMMENDED BY PUTSICIAXSt XTSEB IN HOSPITALS! Caution. POND'S EXTRACT hat been imi- tated. The genuine hat the wordt "POND'S EXTRACT' blown in the glass and our picture trade-mark on turrounding buff wrapper. None other it genuine. Always intitt on having POND'S EXTRACT. Take no other preparation. It it never told in bu...

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

xvffTl WEEKLY STAltSMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 28 1887. 6 hbrtAL REALITfE.3 1'jlh BAHAMA IJAXKS. PAST HOLE IN THE WALL AND ON TO CU3A"3 CAPITAL. The Wuml.-i-riii Work oY tlif Coral Insert. Lrr.-I ax n Hoor -1I'"-!mi; n Siiark. The lit- j.erof IlouMo Slit '-" K-v I.fglitllollM- ! H' Wife. SKx.ial Cinn-diKiO'lfnci'.! Havina. f'ii!'.i. July 2. Ovrtotlios'iutli of us If.o iK .I tin- (Jint b'tiiTtij) Ki-y a for-miilnltli- il.in'iT to seamen slntDtin nut grim leilf; b lii'-h ro? h'-re ami th-re uliove tlx? water like Mark ninl fqirawlinp t'-nt.n-l-i of some rnmi'-troiiK devil fih; niiilu Lad; within the wrinkly rocks rono the li;Kthou white and soM-m ns a ninji-stir- monument nrnouc too rial k aii'l (Irciirv licarlstoni's of n myriad rotting p. raws. Still beyond and lx-hind and mnyli a score ff miles awny were seen hire ami there utn the flaming inoriil!ij.''s horizon the Kuct silhouettes of strn-Tliiis Riant palms an I toppling coeon tp-e-i HixKceting tired ami worn sentries stark still ii-ti ...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 28 1887. Ttae Old Folks at Home Or elsewhere need a tonic now and then to sustain them under growing iullrmitiea. No safer or more thorough invigorant for age and the delicate can be found than lloslet-' ter's Stomach Bitters a seasonable medicine lu those ailments of commonest occurence j liver complaint indigestion and bowel dis- orders ; a pure botanic safeguard acalnst ma- laria and a reliable means of counteracting rheumatism. To the convalescent it is a Taluable aid in the recovery of strength and to the debilitated nervous invalid it yields tranquil slumber and renewed appetite two prime fuctors in the restoration of vigor. Ileing of purely botanic origin it is free lsom those objections urged against miueral reme- dies difficult or impossible of assimilation by the system and which impair the tone ot the stomach which the Bitters on the contrary strengthens and regulates. It is indorsed and prescribed by the medical fraternity. ' GULLE...

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

aJl-ffn.'m V IUSUS WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY -28 8 J it J ; i IS it Ml II! CHICAGO. Hich Eara and Racy Testimony in the Boodle Bribery Cases. A Meat Contractor Tolls How He Bought The County Com- missioners. Chicaoo July 20. The UHual crowd was present in Judife Jamisou's court this morning when proceeding in tne "boodle" esse were resumed. One of the witnesses to-day ww F. W. Bipper ment contractor. Bipper testified that he had been supplying Cook couuty ius'.itutions with meat since 1880. The second year ha was obliged to pay the oommi-sioners $3000 for the contract. Next year he paid the chairman cf the board $.' for roting for his contract. "Now for the year 1883 wh it did it cost youf" asked Gen. Htiles. "Sit thousand dollars." "Did yon pay any of it?" "I did." "Did yon pay P. MoCarty?' "I did; $l0. I paid him nothing the year beore and he said h woold not vote for me unless I made it up next year." "Did Van Pelt get any?" "Thirteen hundred dollars. He said he wag workin...

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