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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 25 August 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 25 1887. k TEXASITEMS. Madison Counties Gin and Store Burned, Terrible Shooting Affray at Blos som Prairie, North Texas Three Men Shot. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Bbyan, August 20. Mr. J. B. Thomas' jrin, situated eleven miles west of Bryan in the Brazoa valley, caught fire just after starting yesterday morning and was bnrned to the ground. Twenty bales of cotton in the seed were burnbd with it. The total loss, not considering the cotton, was $1,000; no insurance. Mr. J. Zurich, a merchant doing busi ness at Willow Hill, Madison county, twenty-three miles northeast of Bryan, had his store-house and entire stock of goods burned this morning at 2 o'clock. He has been doing business at that plaoe abont twenty-one years, the most of "wjich time he carried a heavy insurance. At the time of the burning he had not a dollar of it insured. There was nothing at all saved. The total loss was about $9,500. Shooting at Blossom Frairie. ., Special...

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. — 25 August 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 25 1887. THE CHARGES HOT SUSTAINED. The celebrated on t rage oases from Washington county have ended in smoke, as was expected. One of the cases has jnst been triid, and the verdiot rendered amounts to an acqnittal, and this was con sidered the strongest case the govern ment had. The other cases were continued by order of the oonrt to the next term. When tho oases were first called ex ceptions were filed to the indict ments by counsel for the defense and fully argued before the court by the able attorneys on both sides. The judge, after due consideration of the question involved and the argu ments and authorities presented, appeared to be satisfied that the points made by the defense were good, and stated to the at torneys his intention of quashing three of the indictments, and this fact was an nounced in Tna Statesman; but after wards, upon being oallcd upon by the government counsel for a written opinion or a statement of his reasons for q...

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. — 25 August 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. AUGUST 25 18S7. 5 GOVERNMENTAL "What is Going on in the State De partments. Eptomo oi What Learned at the Capitol Was From Thursday's Dally. Chartered: Sohuetzenverein Teutonia, of Victoria; incorporators, August Klein, O. A. Leuschn.r, G. A. Klotz, John Deitz, Br., E. Voigtx, Hephan Fombel, A. Jatho, Louis Engrain. The BBeesRment. rolls handed in yester day show ISueoen oounty to cave an in crease of $35,662; Nolan an inorease of $247; Harden aniuoreaeeof $41,212; Lam pases a dforea e of $15,715; Live Oak a decrease of $41,242. Rulings of Prof. H. H. Cooper, superin tendent of public instruction, on different questious: Question How shall an examining board obtain certificates to teach school? Ruling The examining board may be examined by speoial examiners appointed by the county jodce, or two members of the board of examiners may examine' the third. Question Must all public schools be taught in the English language? Baling The hw says nil publio s...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 25 August 1887

TJSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 25 (381 i IXTALUABLI FOB BOBJfS, DIARBHCEA, CHAJ DIGS, STINGS OF INSECTS. FILES, EOEE EfES, BOEE FEET, THE WONDER OF HEALING I For Pile, mind, nierdlns; or IUh lit;, it is tha greateat kuown remedy. For Iturm, Hcald. Wound, nriilnrw )nd Sprain, It la unequalled .topping pain tui healing in a marvellous manlier. For Inflamed and More Eye. It effect apon these delicate organa ia aluiply niarv.lloua, It I til l.adliN' I'rl-n(l. All femalt Vimplaicta yield to its wondroua power. For I'loem, Old Norm, or Open Wound, Toothache, 1 ncenclie, Illtea of Inarcf, More Fert, IU action upon theu la moat remarkable. JtECOatMBXItEli ItT rilTSICIAXat VSEB IS nOHVlTALS! Caution. rOA'D'S EXTRACT hat been imi tated. Tht genuine hat the wontt "IDNIS EXTRACT" blown in the glati, and our picture trade-mark on turrounding Imf mrapfier. None ctVr it grnuine. Alwnyi intiit on having JVND'S EXTRACT. Take no other preparation, it it never told in bulk or b) neature. IT...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 25 August 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 25 1887. I n ! ft I fV ; 1A i -mi o A Ilealtby StomncU Is ableSBtag for which thousands of our dys peptic countrymen and women sigh in Thin, and to obtain which swallow much medicine unavallingly. For no ailment probably are there .so many alleged remedies as for dyspepsia.. The man of humbug is constant ly glutted with the dollars and dimes of those who resort to one nostrum after another in the vain hope of obtaining relief, at least, from this vexations and obstinate malady. Experience indicates Hostetter's Stomach Bitters as a means of eradicating dyspepsia, in which a tirm reliance can be placed. No remedy has in three decades and over, estab lished such a reputation none has received such unqualiiled professional sanction. It is an admirable Iuvigorant, because it enriches the blood, and not only this, but it thoroughly regulates the bowels, kidneys and bladder. The nervous symptoms are usually relieved by the medicine. EllLLETFS HlM M...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 25 August 1887

JUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 25 M7. r BPS (D1E1M ?Sr PERFECT MASS Ite superior esre'ilence proven In millions of homes for more than a quart T nf rr-nli.n-. It IK oiwd lv tlie I'nlrci .Mutes Govern n'. KndoreMl bv the heads of the Grea' L"'i)TtiMi- a tlie Ktronges, Purest and most H--a'rIif 1 1. Dr. lies the only 1'aklnt; I'owdr tin' rtn- nvt contain Ammonia, Llnm, or Alum. S ' d 'il.v i'i Caw., I'KICE BAKING PO.VuKK CO., NEWYOIIK, CIIH.'AHO, ST. LOUIS. Bo-sentonced. Joo Whaleu and Robert Cnrloy, who were sentenced to the Chester (III.) peni tentiary, wore taken before Judge Turner yesterday morning, and re-eentenoed to the Albany county penitentiary, nt Albany, .New York. The reason for this action was the fact that the Chester prison has its quota of federal prisoners. WftrmnR. How many peoplo rnin their stomachs by swallowing cold drinks on a hot sum mer day, when thoy could avoid all dnnger by adding ten drops of ADgOStura Bit ters, besides imparting a delicious fla...

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

nn a r.niii ji E VOL. XVI. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 1 18S7. NO 41 Tci nn WEEKLY SMAN. k3 1 I WASHINGTON, " ! . Wi "Why it was Difficult to Get a if I Suitable Man for Fish Commissioner. The Government Taking a Gen eral View of the Troubles in the West. APPOINTMENT. 5 Washington, August 30. The president 1 to-day appointed Prof. G. Browne Qoode, ) assistant director of the National museum, vo be commissioner of fish and fisheries, '.ice Prof. J. F. Baird, deceased. Judge MoCue, solicitor of the treasury, who was first tendered the office, declined it, because of his lack of scientific knowl- )'( edge. The office was also tendered to , Gov. Thompson, aoting secretary of the ' (treasury, and he too declined it for l';'Jthe same reason. Prof.. Qoode is I ."'a well known 'scientist, and was f , f associated with Professor Baird in many -'important duties of a soientiflo charaoter. ii FBOMOTIONS IN THE NAVY. !; Washington, August 30. By the retire- ment of Bear Admiral John Lee ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 1 1SS7. WEEKLY STATESMAN. ACSTIS TEXAS. tjATK OF SUBSCRIPTION. 'MtL- ... t i on Out moots i 50 Three montts m III month 1000 fwalre months iUXDAT DAtLT 1-2.00 r'T BOntt. " jjq ejimonlls WIIKLI. Bontc ' S Twelve mosths ' Postage free to ail part of the United tod Cnl Remit by draft on AMtln. P. 0. money order, piul note, registered letter or eivre Banl tnU lent tree on appUcaUoa. iu Pinita DiftcoKTincro at thb Bxraanon UI TBI 1TS rli rum. Subscribers will plesseooeerre the dt on their rajperm. Subscribers wlshlne sddress .of paper wUl sute in their application both the eld and new address. R. t. A. SCOTT Is In ehsxre of he c5paon d,.mrevtof TB txT, and all nplatau or notices of change. Riven teft thU office. wUl have prompt attention. toeriberVwhodo not retelre tbeir paper reen larirT are riaeted to notlfr the off.ce. bob ar. warred not to pay tbeir subscription Ptttpen presentation of a properly J receipted SuXm'ufis Office. Carrier wrss re ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 September 1887

JUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 1 CSS7. "4 h a j3 fT THEJPISTOL Sam Rogers, Alleged Forger, Shot and Killed by . an Officer at Abilene. Killed at Waco German Near Hempstead Whipped, Hung and Then Burned. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Abilenk, August 27. Sam Rogers, of Concho county, was shot and instantly killed here to-day by Constable R. E. Bnrch. Rogers, witn one Burke, turned np in this plaoe late yesterday evening. This morning Burke went into the store of Lowpowski, and after buying a few articles tendered for payment ana onange what purported to be a check signed by D. E. Sims, of San Angelo, for $43. This was refused, unless the check could be vouched for by the bank. The cashier pronounoed it a forgery and Burke was promptly arrested by Offioer Buroh. On his way to the jail Ihe prisoner was joined by his friend Rogers, who at onoe drew a revolver and fired upon Constable fiurch. The offioer shot at abont the same time, and Rogers fell with a bullet through hi...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 September 1887

CONNECTION TIN. LEFT ALS- The citizens' lailroftd committee, through their secretary, Mr. A. 1 Wool dridge, have been all summer in constant correspondence with different managors of Texas railroads, ond have done all in their power to try and persoade some of them to continue on their lines into Austin, but to this time their efforts have been in vatn. The Gulf, Colorado 4 Santa Fe will do noth ing; the St. Louis, Arkansas fc Texas for some time held out a promiso, or at least B strong intimation that they would build to ns, but this project has completely fallen through. The Aransas Pass people have in vain been appealed to, and this morning is printed the last letter in the long correspondence Mr. Wooldridge has been conducting with Mr. Collett and other managers of the Austin fc North western railroad, relative to their building to McGregor. Mr. Wooldridge, upon vir- tnnl comnnlsion bv these railroad men, added bridging to the already liberal nffnr thia suction had made for the ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 1 1S37. 5 GOVERNMENTAL What is Going on in the State De partments. An Eptome 01 What Learned at the Capitol Was F.om Thursday's Daily. Two applications to purchase large tracts of lauds in Webb county were re ceived yesterday by the commissioner of the general land office, and many applica tions are received daily to lease large tracts. The treasurer paid oot yesterday, $30, 000 for school warrants. The secretary of state chartered, yester day, the Colorado county Farmers' Alli auoe Co-operative association. Capital, $20,000. Directors: W. B. Bennet, J. H. Willard, J. E. Borford, M. R. Allen, J. VV. Reese. W. F. Neal, J. B. Eadit, W. E. Bridge, W. W. Wilson, A. J. Faltz, H. B. Myers, Wm. Morris. The comptroller reoeived yesterdiy $2,400 acoount of revenne. The following collectors settled with the comptroller yesterdey: Albert Gentry, Donnelly county; A. L. Board, Baylor county. The assessment rolls show a deorease in Caldwell oounty of $...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 September 1887

imiji ...urn uma hiiumwii TiT-i-- -r-r,- r - ' ' " " -- ' '" ' ..-.-.- AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUKSDAY. AUGUST 1 1S87. - O : ' - I EEFOSE DAWN. TALES BY BUR- Tt ' . 2 irais, rJKBTOjrs, diahehcea. cha HQS, BTDTGS 07 DUZCTS. PHEa, OBJ ira, WEI TEXT, THE VYONDER OF HEALING ! For Pile, Kllnil, Blrralna- r IWk- B4C. it la tb j-raau-a known rttLdy. Far Barn, Hrald. Wan(l. Brnlatc in ftpr-wlna. It u ODiiaU av.pjini- P- For Inflamed and or rye. Ia t apon lliw dalicau organs t un-ply njarraiiooa. It U tbe l-adlM Friend AH UtujiA McpUlnts jutld to tu wor.drwua power. For 1,'leera. Old fcorea. or Open Vfennds, Toolhartor, farracnr. Bite of InaeeU, re Feet, la aeuon vym thea la mot murtilifc XECOXXESItED BT PflTSICIASIt IBEH IX 110SFITALSI Cnution rfjS 1 If EXTRACT hat Urn imi. tawt. TU gumtn kai tut vrdt "lfjSl9 RXTRACT" Ikm in e flat: amd fmr fWwl trademark tn tuirmrndtrnf hvf wrvjijxr. Sm tlXrr U fntmtnr. Almyiyt trout on ktlng POSIS EXTRACT. Tikt no Uvr pTftratwn. It it nmr M in tutJt r i...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST I 1887. A Chinese Complexion, When observed In one of the Caucasian race, is indicative of bile in the blood. Who would be fellow when he or she can exhibit the hue of health on cheek and brow through the aid of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, an antagonist at whose onset liver complaint takes refuge In flight. Fur upon the tongue, nausea, sick headache, pains under the right ribs and shoulder blade, an unpleasantly odorous breath, are remediable with this benign alter ative, which does not, like a potent cathartic, drench the Intestines, or, like the mercurial preparations, contaminate the blood. Mot only the liver, bat the stomach and bowels are aroused, toned and regulated by this fine family medicine, which has won the con fidence of the respectable classes, not by startling assertions on its behalf, but by the consistency of the claims made for it with its performance in every i&gtaace when tested. GULLETT'S The Foremost Standard Cotto...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 September 1887

.is AUSTIN WEEKLY STAlt.SM.VX Til ITR5DAY. SEPTEMBER 1 1SS7. 5 I 1 ' ij.i ;:1 ? it ii f i i. I Mi Ml ;li Hi ill ! If f i If t "fOLL WE QHf PURE (DKE1M y r o iST Perfect MADS IttesTmrtoe ei-cei;-.- pr-a la rr. ....it. -v. bot t r w a c--'. r I rnvi bT me I tu'ea lioi-Tt n: x: t. r lit trA i!w .r: rrii'e.-Kr"" I! the Kt.iii r i.m: - Aas.c. L.n. or .)::. vj n kkhk FUl l'KS ACTION Wtat CoV Thick Shruld b tb Policy ct lie IVn.vrU Party. Woo, In.. ltiB-1 ?X To tie Editor cf tii Oaii lit: I hare joar faro: reoati fvt rB'.Mifia'iob a :ai-tr.ei!i of W! ft nsy WTt a to what f-i.B tho-sld bejf V-ifa :t ecerd. cb taaebrl?e text dernvraie ifut ..- ' deCaratsoB CArixt trade io lie tsi rex.txva'tooc.y.11.,: ta .f piiibi- j deta.vratic aveaiioa w-.ir.c zu by clear U. m,4 it va d tare bea attend ear Jxplx-atHia. eatio7 .at twr. her bat for at abaoe fia fcotr.e. biiirj: U diri"t"' ' That jijia a pvJ5 ore aaJ j I scsiva a the parly. Era who, c.M.".derjac it mJirtavi axd tvrz.-.aatee of : f.rriaaroj sa...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 8 September 1887

WEEKLY TAT-ESMAN. 0L- XVI. " AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 8 18S7. NO 43 us f t WASHINGTON. i j ilsetiriR of tho International Medi- cal Congress and the Organ ization Thereof. I List of Chairmen of the Various Sections Address by Secre- tary Bayard. t; u Washington, September 5. The Inter national Medical Congress met here to day. After the election of a president and Secretary the congress proceeded to choose Other offioers. Doctors Wm. B. Atkinson, Of Philadelphia; Geo. Byrd Harrison, of Washirgton; Henry Bangs, of Franoe, ir-re elected as associate secretaries. Dr. E. S. Arnold, of New York, as treasurer; in. Siiehard C. Donglin, of Philadelphia, as chairman of the finance committee; Pr. Henry N. Smith, of Philadelphia, as 4 chairman of the exooutive committee, and I Dr. A. Y.P.Girnett, of Washington, ohair- man of the committee of arrangements. i Following is a list of (; 'i I'BKS1IENTA OF SECTIONS. A. B. Arnobi, M. D., general medi i oine. '" S- Br56S9i M D Beneral 8W fge...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 8 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 8 1887. WEEKLY STATES3IAX. AUSTIN i HAS. dATF OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1.00 DlJ montn 2 W Three month ,r'M lixmoottai.... 1000 IWIIHI"""" CKDiT DAtt.1 fJv montna.. fajuui "" vitur. lx Liontni Twelvemonth iwiBuii.T lit AtivAiica. $0.75 1 Postage free to all parte of tte United Btalee and Bemlt hv oraft on Aoetln, P. O. money order, postal note, registered letter or exi'reee eamole f vpiea aeni uh uh ijijiiit4uii. all Papkioi Discohtijicid at ihi SxruunoH Of tb Tun Paid mn. Huhecribera Ul p lease obeerve the date on their "appere. tj-becribers wletlne addree ot Paper changed will state In their application both the eld and new address. stR. P. A. SCOTT la In ceare of be city tan ecrlpdon dcwnroent of Tux matxhmah, jna toTpWntt br notices erf change. Klven to bin,, ;or d Tthta office, will have prompt attention, flcbecribere who do not rowlye tfcelr paper reen Urly. are riuti to noUfy the onice. bub Icrllire are varced not to w their eabecrlpUon exc...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 8 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. SEPTEMBER THURSDAY. 8 18S7. ecomo blood orated trial, nated. ores, 3ood' I they 1 that ' me. la ade Mo. .50. them older thin Hi hape, i are is re- ;ue, is iccea ag?r, i has re the svills has oung of lease. i once ig on siyers un-'nter-ilder, ways leied i the n by it h) ound ming ias a ipat 9 his stop ; i th itioo j rd at ; nthe ' it dog, j; i ad-. ? i de-i esent T regn- P t ad ence bo lanit and iobl nself 'here uests kiss-, mine ger ders, cat, aniel the pbto lieart in be ; but liel ack," day ;only bore, raito dnot bone large bthei oney over f the r.fc" male! ipeart rica.j hcsl Thel con-spas'-iea their 'flrstl the f died conn cine' ite? W ; se! ha. tlx med je J' wer their hind abis eyed THE FLOODS. Central and Northern Texas Soak ed, and Their Lowlands Inundated. Great Parts of the Towns of Morgan and Whitney Washed Away. Loss to Railroads. Moboan, August 31. The hardest rain J that ever fell in this county was that 1 whioh began at 9:30 o'clock night before ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 8 September 1887

i AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 8 1887. SYSTEMS OF STATES. THE UNITED If Jay Goold has not already, through the agenoy of other syndicates his favor ite mode of operating practically secured control of the Baltimore & Ohio telegraph nyetern, there is little doubt he will event ually do so. It is evidently the intention of the great millionaire, and, in his oase, with the prodigious money power at his disposal, the old adage, "where there is a will there is a way," is especially applica ble. A consolidation of the westorn ITnion and Baltimore & Ohio linen, is of vADt imnortanoe to the people of this . k . country. It would be the strongest, most exten sive telegraph system in the world, and, at the same time, one of the most powerful monopolies that have grown op under the shadow of onr government. The Baltimore fc Ohio system, the only fnrmiiiiihln rival the Westorn Union has ever had, works over 60,000 miles of wire, rroinof wio.OOO miles of the Western ' r -...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 8 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN 'SEPTEMBER THURSDAY. 8 1837. rti- aa s GOVERNMENTAL What is Going on in the State De partments. Ah Eptoine 01 What Was Learned at the Capitol t'roia Thursday's Daily Governor Ru s returned t. ttie city yes terday afternoon on tin special that was made np at Waco. Ho reports heavy rains np the c uutry, doi.i considerable damage. His farm near Waco was sob merged and hji crops badly injured, if not wholly destroyed. SnperinteudeLt Cooper has received the following: Pitxsbubo, Texts. Can die cuuuty judge authorize the anti trustees to have no prohibition teachers? And can they keep a com munity out of a school on account of they can't gt no anti teatther? Can they exclude a teacher on account of him being a prohibitionist ? His reply to the querry is very brief, but strikingly to the point. He says pro hibition Has no; hi to do with school af fairs, and the county judge has no right to make such uu order as is mentioned. The treasurer paid out yesterday about $1...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 8 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 8 1887. it t I 1 ; ; I i .i 'i it . t. ! I:1 J ! : 'J ! l i 3 J !',! I i i if 1 1 'i ;i Ml fi iPflmrspYTHJiiiTll ' tnsnaismiBuif INVALUABLE FOU BUBN8, BtWBTONS, DIAREHfEA, CHAV IHOS, STiNGS OF INSECTS. PILES, SORE EfES, BORE FEET, THE WONDER OF HEALING! For Pile, Itllnil, Itlcrdln or Iteh IMS, it It the greatest known remedy. For Burn, Mrald. WmiihIn, nrtilwrt) Jjnd Rnralnx, It 1 unequalled atopplng P' ibd healing la marvellous manner. For Inflamed and Wore Fye.Ita effect Upon then delicate organs la aluiply marvelloua. It U the radio' Frlprtd.-All fomal omplalnta yield to Its wondrous powor. For Uloern, Old fcoreK, or Open Wound, TonlhaHir, Farrarlie, lllle of Inarct, More Feet, inaction upon the. U moat remarkable. RKCOlUMENUElt HT PUTSlCIASSt VSEB IN HOSPITALS! Caution. POND'S EXTRACT hat been im. tatrd. The genuine hat the viordt "POND'S EXTRACT" blown in the glat; and our picture trade-mark on lurrnundivg bug wrapper. None other it g...

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