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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 November 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER IT 1887. ei ra Spies, Fischer, Parsons and En gel Expiate Their Crime on the Gallows. The Execution Attended With no Sort of Disorder or Trouble "Whatever. The Doomed Men in Their White Shrouds Present a Ghastly Spectacle. Last Words of the Hay market Assassins A Joke on the Scaffold. Disposition of the Bodies Inci dents of the DayArrest of Mrs. Parsons. Testing the Gallows. Associated Press Way Report. Ohiauo, November 11. Cook county jail, i a. m.: At 1 o'olook a change was made in the death watch. Between 1 and 2 o'clock the sheriff and hia assistants teated the gallows. Heavy bags of sand were attaohed to the ropts and the traps were sprang. The maohine worked to perfection, and in all respects was satis factory to the authorities. Then qniet prevailed. MAKING FBBPABATIONS. Chicago, November 11. The coffins in which to deposit the bodies of the con demned men, after execration, were brought from the hospital at 3:15 a. m., and carried ...

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. — 17 November 1887

- -trr. LUS1TX WEEKLY STATOMAX. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 17 1887. 5 i f i i I i ! 1 H i 9 ASAROHISM I'EATH BLOW. Sunday the remains of the parents of the anarobisni, that (out J such disas trot veot in Chicago over a year ago. were placed away, baried as may the iaferual doctrine the executed men attempted to propagate be buried for aU time to come. Ifeepite threats and tumor of plots and counterplots, the execution and burial of these men were o,aiet!y and succ essfully accomplished. There were no upheavals saca as aright hare been expected in that great city seething with its heterogeneous popu lation, the home of anarchy in this conn try. Cold, and some will bar it, unfeeling justice was done, and it struck terror to chilled and froe up the criminal intent that, ia Chicago, by the hot breath of aetcaWT. ana iac.,m. w 'uw " martvrdom for a cause great ot!y in the : iavieii: ot it -ieaigwr. but disgt-st-1 ingiy noxtou in me aostru o. j i--v. law-abidicg and cemmon-sense people. Farsocs. ...

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. — 17 November 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 17 THE FUNERAL. Obsequies of the Five Dead An archists at Chicago, Sun day Last. Description of the Frocossion Which, Strangely Enough, Passes the Historic Haymarket. Chicago, 111., November 13. The moBt i striking view of the anarchist funeral pro ' cession to-day was obtained at the corner , of liBEe and Deeplaines streets, for it brought so vividly to mind the scenes of May 4, 1886, when the bomb was thrown. ; It was just 1:45 o'clock when the head of -' the line reached the spot. At the corner ' is the saloon and hall of Charles Hepf, the anarohist. Ic was to this saloon that Parsons took his wife and children after '; he had finished his speech at the Haymar ," ket, and where they sat when the bomb was thrown. Two hundred feet south of ; the corner was the plaoe where stood the wagon from which Spies and his oomrades delivered their harangues and oounseled 'i the throttling of the law, and here, too, 2 was the alley from which the his...

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. — 17 November 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATriSMAK THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 17 1337. 6 ZH VALUABLE Fon B0E5S, SUJTBUENS, SIABBHCEA, CHAV INGS, BTxNGS OF INSECTS. FILES, SORE EfES, SOKE FEET, THE WONDER OF HEALING! For Pllo, mind, niredlnp; or Itch. tl it Is the greatest known rwiiedy. For llnrns, Kcnltlx, Wmindi, nruNru inn NpriiliiK, it in unequalled stopping pain, lid healing in marvellous maimer. For iHilnined and Sore Rye. ItaplTflct 3pou these delicate organs in simply marvillous. It l the IjmIW Friend. All femab complaints yield to its wor.drouH powor. For I'leeiM, Old Hore. or Open Wounds, Toofhni'lie, I'neeiH'he, III ten of Insert, Kore Fret, it action upon these Is most remarkable. RKCOlUMEXni'.n 11T VIlYSICIAKSt VSEB IN llOSflTALS! Caution. POND'S EXTRACT tint brrti jmi. Mrd. The genuine kiu the words I'OA'D'S KXTRACT" blown in the slat, and our picture trade-tnark on surrounding buJT wrapper. None eVier ii genuine. Always insist on having POND'S EXTRACT. Tak' no othrr prriiaration. It it never told in b...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 November 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 17 1RS7. 'When Your Nerves Bother Ton, , Invigorate them. When your night's repose is unsound or unrefreahing, your appetite jaded or capricious, when slight noises cause you to start, and annoyances of slight moment abnormally worry yon, know three things, viz. : 1st, That your nerves are weak; 2d, that you need a tonic: 3d, that its name is Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters, the promptest, safest, most popular article of its class. The nerves are susceptible of iuvigoration only by promo ting an increase of vigor in the processes of digestion and invigorution. Narcotics and sedatives have their utility, but in the main, and if their use be continued, they are unsafe. A wineglass of the Bitters before retiring, and a repetition of the same during the day before or after meals, is fur more likely to confer health-yielding sleep tuun repeated doses of an opiate. Dyspepsia, debility, inactivity of the kidneys and bladder, fever and ague, audother...

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. — 17 November 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 17 1897. 8 fOUL ViEIQHr PURE cbeai PERFECT MA0, lie u!Ti"r rxrflUincM proven in milllonf ol horn (urin ire limn a quarter of aontorv. It l i.nh! In '.he l'nid Mateo iioverMuenr. Endorsed h the hll of 'he (ireat 1'nlversd'lrti a lb Stnii.tes', I'u'ent and m t Healthful. Dr. rrlc tie only Ilnkii..- Himi'er tins l"e D' t contain Au.ni mia. Lime, or Alton. Sold orily in Cans, VKIi:B BAKING POWDER CO. nr.wii;K. riiiiMflo, rr. Lori rtoiidai A I'iiii'i'riiil. 'WCi l)II.V ATI ''HK..V STVBH, I AcsriN, November l.". f Tte .i iit.e B.iii? ation In my tepartruent of triU", an Ihe ene a tone of hu In.- c oittinuea !ul . !M'ii o tir-iH to dein ra ize the re'ail lry good niark-t. and the eame f tat of thiuL'B has invaded other I m. How long It will continue l a queetiou tnr to bt answered. The wholmnle trle H Y3-.y u.l -Utile doiD.'. i'lNANUIAi,. M:iit '-o:n U Jjil'ilK At: 'i -.z ... l exeat' i,.lKlefe. . . . t" 1 e.. ,.,... .1, ' - 4)ri--.o ' Lr ' D. -X...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 24 November 1887

EEKLY TATE8MAN. VOL- XVII. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24 1837. 1 AUSTIN WJ P. T. BARNUM'S Great Menagerie Almost Entirely Destroyed by Firo at Bridge port, Connecticut. j The Main Building Entirely De I stroyed Ammala Burned to Death Sickening Sights. BcmoEPOiir, Coon., November 21. Tue inaiu building of Barnuni t. Baileys' "greatest show on earth" was entirely destroyed by fire luBt night. The alarm was sounded about 10:30 o'olock, quickly followed by a general alarm, and thou sands of people were drawu to the spot. In less than thirty minutes the big build ing, which was 600x200 feet, and two stories in height, was outirely consumed. The lirst intimation of fire was given by the roariDg of the lions and tigers, which seemed to realize the impending danger. Next the elephants struggled in their chains, but, in an incredible short time, the tlamei swept from one end of the huge structure to the other. There wore six watchmen employed on the premises, bnt they were helpltss to ...

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. — 24 November 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24 1S8T. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. KATES OF SUKSCItlFTIOX. uaT- l r One month .v5. Tares montha 7 u Ma miinlhs Twelve months l,M miNiAlBAn.i 'lwele months . - ' r.i1 Mx month.- WEIKI.T. nix toMiib T-lv mnfith 10.V. 1 ii lMVi'ABI.T IK AI1VAK1E. PofMze free to all paru of tbs United b'ates "2 anada. -mtt t.v draft on An?tln, P. O. money order, postal note. regietered Inter or express-Sample opte mnt free on application. A'J. PAPERS DwONTINI'ED AT TBI KZflUTIOIl Of ti:e Tl Paiii fob. Hanscrihers will please observe the date on tnel. wrappers. e'lecrtbere wishing addrees o! taper cfca:u'ed will state In their application both the -.Id aua nw "mTV. A. SCOTT Is In chaue ot be city eutv Mention rt rar'irpt of The Stati'mak, and all snaiplatnti! or m.Ucee of chanuee given to hlra, or left at this onlce, will have prompt attention, frsbacrlbers who do not receive their rl' t" larlv, are requested to notify the cOice. ah scribsre are warred n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 24 November 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24 1837. s DRUMMER TAX The Noted Casa Arguoi Before Judge Sabin in the United States -Court. Petitioner's Counsel Cites Parallel Cases, and a Decision of the U. S. Supreme Court. Special Telegram to the Statesman. ALTiTON. November It). In the United States district court to-day argument la the noted habeas corpus ox if Roher'O. stock'on, kni.wn a "The Drummers Tax Case," was heard. Judys Duncan opened (or the petitioner, lie consneu nis argument entirely to ine constitutional or unconstitutional leatnres or ins case, to wit : That the business and occupation ot petitioner bteckton were within the scope of article 1, section 8, of the federal constitution, which empowers con gress alone to regulate commerce between the aiates ana witn xoreign countries. ine interstate character of the business created b Stockton waa shown, and although numerous antho me- were quoted to me court, the a'torney for the petitioner practically re ted his entire...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 24 November 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STA'1SMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24 ISST. til&kiving day. To-day is the day set aside by custom, presidential and governors' pioHsmi tion, as a time or general thanksgiving to the Creator and Giver of all things lor the many blessings received at His hands during the fast year. The origin of this day of thanksgiving dates back to the earliest history of oor conntry, when the "Pilgrim Fathers" were as yet bot a colony of refugees from their native soil. From an impending danger the iittle col ony at riymou'.h Rock was saved by whst teemed a miracle, for it was while they were yet at prayer for deliverance that succor arrived, and a day of fasting was changed to one of thanks giving, a thanksgiving, indeed, that was more fervent end htartful than that which goes up from the hearts of most of those who will celebrate the festival to day. The rescued ones continued to celebrate yearly the anniversary of their escape, and handed it down in ccstom to their children and chil...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24 1SS7. GOVERNMENTAL. What i3 Going on in the State De partments. An Epitome ot What Was Learned at the Capitol From Friday's Daily. 1 Chartered The Red River County Alli ance Co-operative association; capital stock, f 10,C00. Twenty cast iron columns, thirty-eight feet in length, two feet nine inohes in diameter and weighing five tons each, cast at the Rusk penitentiary, for the dome of the oapitol to support the outside balcony, have been rejected by the commissioners beoause of extra weight. The contraot called for Jjj thickness when they are found to be an inch and a quarter. These columns are said to have cost the state $100 eaoh, and if the state has to lose them it will make a loss of $8,000. Commissioner Hall yesterday celebra ted his thirty-sixth birth day and also the seventh anniversary of his marriage. He gave a quiet dinner to a few personal friends in honor of the double event. General Q. T. Beauregard was tele graphed to to...

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. — 24 November 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24 1887. Hi THREE WESTERN MEN. GOVERNOR OGLESBY, JULIUS S. GRIM NELL AND NATHANIEL S. JONES. IKVAMUULX FOII BUBH8, 8UKBURNS, DUE EH (E A, CHA DIGS, BTiNGS OF INSECTS. FILES, 80EE EfES, BORE FEET, THE WOHDER OF HEALING ! For Pllen, Blind, nirrdlng or Itch Mr, greatent known remedy. For Burn. KraklM, Wound, KrulNru ma NiiraliiH, It ia unequalled atopping pale na Dealing in rnarreuoua manner. For lnllnmrri and Norn i:e. IU effect 3pon these delicate oruaus ia simply marvalloua. It 1 the jidl-r Friend. All femnl jomplauiu yield to iU wondrous powor. For uiara, oni orr, or open Wound, 'I'oolbaclif, Fnrrnrlip, lilies Of limertK, More I'i'-t, lfc. action upon thesa most remaraame. t1ECO.11 MEN It El HY FIITSlClAKHt VSh'U IN HOSPITALS Caution. POND'S EXTRACT hat been jtni toted. The genmnt hat the wnrdt "l'nftD'S S.TTRACT" blown in the glaa, and our picture wraiu-narK on turrounaing oujf wrapper, none ener u genwne. Alwayi tuul on harm POND'S haik...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 24 November 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24 1887. I An Able Protector. If there Is ft more able protector against the Incursions of disease than Hostetter'8 Stom Kch Bitters, we have yet to learn of it. Agaiast 1U periodic attacks of fever and ague It affords a aura defense, it renews waning vitality, anil counteracts th infirmities of age; it prevents .lspepsia from becoming chronic, aud even iually annihilates it. It rouses the liver and Lldneys when dormant, and insures a regalur habit of body. To the nervous it is of inestim able benefit, imparting steadiness and vigor into an enfeebled physique. The term, "del icate health," is usually another name for de bility. While the Hitlers is procurable, the weak need never despair of physical reinforce jueut. l'ersous wlioae avocations are sedentary mid laborious, or iuvolve exposure to unfavor able cliiuutio lullueuces, will also llud the iiit-u-rs au able protector. "lQUABPIBLD'8 FEMALE B36 A SPECIFIC FOR MONTHLY SICKNESS If taken...

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. — 24 November 1887

-. J ,1 I 3 JUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24 18S7. j I A. '., 9 lfic: Dowrtcro''. HiiHc; crnulti), I Mldrtllnir 'i I f .-v I .1 5c; cubs, S-m&BJic. fanod mliWllng -'-' ! .4i3?ll!,C!s. MokM-a-Oat t nd ik1v; New Orleans new VMcUnr (sir ! V - V .siSsttHftjSSS' I PURE . STLOL1'. point. hKher. sales, 44,.f balee. ft i'mMMmmMrr J ST. Uns, November as. rKiur-rwner, rang- . , , i-rt'v l.iisrHM-S; . '43 fti .HW-SKXlli t t . 5 3pa W. fancy. 3.-S.45: paU-ntR, 8 Trfc-l 00. jinber.. i 505-9-57 .2 S.l ViS-WV: 5 Cfll 'EH 1 M Vm ' IfJLSS'L, 1 Kim Q VWSHJ-rrr!?v I IrV5 Wheat- Irreeulsr, opened arm but declined soon, JtUnuy j 9.WS9.67 9.718.74 9TM.. h'N&feij VfaQgall-? IfftlM- UkM 83 H 3 :--'vS&ViN. I 1 la ISM lilni),c,hoWintUere until the do, when it FehruaJy ... 9.77-n 79 9.S4-9.M 5s LTj jf i i jix .jfe! tKhMt- i'S5 1. BiF'Nfl f", I I llrXte? " covered sc No. 2 red, caeh, 734?Sic: March..; V.MI.V1 8.95 9.W 9 97 ! " iff 1 I ? 1 iMSSV S I tParf-Ma. ilAf$ NT' I I 1 ttftmyw'ff ...

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. — 1 December 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATE VOL- XVII. AUSTIN TRXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1 THE RED FLAG It was Displayed at a Regular Eed Hot Anarchist Meeting at New York. Another Foreigner Makes Revolu tionary Threats Against This Country. Naw Yobs, November 29. Cooper union was titled to overflowing last night with people who sympathised with the Chicago anarohiste who w-re hanged. Thalueeting was onllod by the Trade Federations and in behalf of the widow and orphans of the fcnarchisf9 reoently executed iu Chicago. It, was an anarchist meotii.g through tuid through. There were red ribbon's at.d feathers on the women end red nock-tie uud hat-bauds ou the men. There was u red aud black flagbick of the attire, and portraits of the hunged Bnarchisis wire draprd in blank. The poiioe were present iu foroe, but the meeting was not interrupted. Mr, Shovitub, who was the orator, said iu substance: "li. is no time to ehrr. It is tin lime to wet p. It is a time to think; a time to get rtady for action. It )9 a memo...

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. — 1 December 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STAlSSMAX THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1 1887. WEEKLY STATESMAN. Al'hTI, TEXAS. OF SVBf-CISlJ'TlON. Mill. One month Tbtee buoUJi e4 tusftlue Twelve awolta L'2iAT lAll.t Twelve monti., eu iM- 1 1 5 U1LV . !3tt V'-P- Teivemotbt I IT1B MT I 41VAfcOt. Pw-eee frea tu aj parte 1 the United B'a'ea and Canada. Ruiil by dieft t Austin, P. O. moot? oro-r, poatal not, renters U-f-e-r -r en-reae baaile Up! sent free o Il'-uo. A J. Parti! Oimjamtvm aT ma iinmrvi Of ns Tim Paiu o- v . BubecrloerawllJ pleaae obeerv tha data os their tSu)ecni.ef wlstilni( a14reae of j-aper eaansjefl will male la their nU-Uim txjtn Uu -ld aw) tew "MTV. A. iM.GTT I in chere of k dry wo ecrlbtlon iyw tr-al tit Tn Mati-ma, u.d all comulalnta or MrtUrm ft chantrea lrten Wj hlio, or left st thia oSl, will kve pronpt attention, babecrl'jere who do not TvrMvr tneir paper Pra Urlr, ere retjaeetsd Ut notify the offce. hiib etribere a warred not t pay tbelr anbecrlpa ei-yot open praenUUlon of a properly receiptee; ill fro...

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. — 1 December 1887

i"i J f .j-m. j.wjLj.xt jjavyXiJniJCiifc x loot. 0 ! i 1 o ATLANTA The City .Redeems Herself by Vot in Against Prohibition, After Two Years' Trial. The Whole Town Crazy Church . Women Preaching and Pray ing at the Polls. Atlanta, November 88. After the most heated c onteet on record in the state of Georgia, Atlanta to-day voted against prohibition. The ttyhth. been a peculiarly bitter one. For over a month partlzans have been engaged in the c mteet. Meet' inge have been held in every wurd, and local speakers and foreign statesmen have stamped the county from almost every curbstone In the city. ana every cross road in the conntry. Early In the campaign the prohibitionists leased the largest warehouse in the city and fitted it up with a seating capacity for 8,000 people. Almost nightly that building has been filled and such scenes of wlW enthusiasm are rarely witnessed. Almost every minister in the city preached pro- uiuuiuii irom mo puipii, ounnay alter Sunday. Both eideB had full ca...

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. — 1 December 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1 1S37. i ! ! v GOVEKNMEXTAl. . . . . . .v-c.-ria m ti ia ooiiig iu "i """" partmcnta. Epitome oi What Was Learned at tbe Capitol '.Vrm Tz.:h.v lit.1T I Governor H:i jts'eroay eoica.atd lie sentenc of one G-',rge Bilty, c.n- vic'ed of murder, in t:. district c.o.-t of Hhart L CjCl't, 'o iife i:iiprijr.ujtti lu t'-e 'a'e peiitttt-a-j. Ti,n actiti, tr.e: jOTrti.r fat, i fi.eJ on jmkI Ld of , ncient re-iwjc( Ld opa kr-pli'setioo of' D.ktrict Jode B Jkriir Jt, ai.d tde pr ettii af ortej, ted tij3 r.co.x - tiieLda'i'ii of a rt-iiori'r of tr.e jorr to trid the ae, ttid of tr.e efficet aud a Uro tiQOiber of t'e ci'i7-L of W barton couoty. The appli ca'.iD t.t tfiat orue older ptty wtj prove to be the troe cuiprit ia tbt ce. Th-r win a uiett)i of trie capi'o board Uiit tnuiiin to con-ider te mjI-j ttit- K-r.a-iiiett of hcperiLt:rdLt Hol tion of so arcdi'ect to itpett tbe ors on laud, muu t-yijrU an atieiiciatjce of thirty the capiun tlitr.H. j psp...

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. — 1 December 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1 1887. 5 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Foetus Fonnd. A mala foetus of about two month? generation was fonnd last tvenitg by some toys near the end of the river sewer at the bridge. It is of about eight Inch'-a length and distinctly developed in features. It was taken to the Iron Front saloou and put in (.lcjlml. The little con cept's history will perhaps remain a sealed mystery. New Railroad Depot. Mr. Pete Lawless, railroad ticket agent here, iuforms Thh Statesman that the order for a new passenger depot was signed several months ago. The buildiniz is to cost $18,000, with a. reserve of $5,000 for any changes that may be deemed ad visable in the course of construction. He does not know why the work has not been commenoed: but that Austin U to have a fine new depot is an assured fact. FROM FRIDAY'S DAILY. Holiday Honeymoons. Licenses, preparatory to holiday honey moons, have been issued to tue following couples: Cbarles A. Sehur...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 December 1887

--,' - i ..r - s . : !. . nm,mmm n - r- .. i -r-v -. - - . 1 f J 'n -- ; .i ' y . ' 1 iUSTDI WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1 1887. mmm mm IMTALUASLK FOK lOETTS, BUITBUBNS, DIAEEHCEA, CHAJ rsos, srarcs of insects, piles, gOBE EfES, 80BE FEET, THE WONDER OF HEALING! For rilea, Blind, Blprdlii or Itch HIT, it la tfaa great t known remedy. For Rurna, Braid. WniimN, nnleu Ind Kiii-almi, It li unequalled tiiing patt lid beating la a marvellous manner. For Inflamed aid Hore Kyr Iu effect apon ttieae dolicate o.-gaua U limply marvellous. It Is the Ladle' Friend. All femaW omplainU field to ita wondrous puwer. For I'leerx, Old ore, or Open Wound, Toothache, Fareaehe, llitra Of Insert, fcorc Feet, it. action upon these to moat remarkable. JiBCOililEXDKn 1IY I'llTSICIASSr VSF IS IIOSVITALS! Caution -POND'S EXTRACT hat been Ant lated. Tht genuine hoi tkt word "IfiKDfi EXTRACT" blown in the flan, and our pifturt trade-mark on mrrnunding iiuf wrapper. None ttner it genuine. Alwayi intiit on...

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