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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 1 December 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1 1SS7. f !A Chronle Tendency Overcome, ifany persons ar troubled with a chrottfo tendency to oonstipation. They are of bilious temperament. The complaint to which they are subject, though easily remediable by judioioua treatment, Is In many cases aggra vated by a resort to drastlo purgatives and -cholagogues. As the human stomach and bowels are lined with a delicate membrane, and not with vulcanite, they cannot stand prolonged drenching with such medicines without serious injury. Nothing restores and, ' counteracts an habitual tendency to constipa tion so effectually as Hosteller's Stomach . Bitters. Its laxative effect is gentle and pro frresuive. It neither convulses nor weakens (be intestines, and its effects are unacom panied by griping pains. It arouses the liver when the organ is sluggish, promotes diges tion and encourages apietite aud sleep. For fever and ague, kidney troubles, nervous com . plaints, ana incipient rheumatism, it i...

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. — 1 December 1887

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN -A VOL. XVII. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8 1887. h WASHINGTON. Assembling and Opening of the Senate and House of Rep resentatives. Speech of Hon: John G. Carlise Who is Re-elected Speaker of the House. FIFTIETH CONGKE83. SENATE. Washington, December 5. The senate kamber wore a fresh and tasteful ap pearance this morning. The floors and f alleries were newly carpeted, and the tasks glistened in their ooat of Tarnish Mia odor of which mixed faintly with that f bouquets and gorgeous flower, devices which enlivened the piotore. Senators began to arrive and take their seats be fore 11 o'olook Senators Stewart and Hiaeeok being the first comers. For an hour before noon the floor was busy eoene,, members of both parties and their friends, and effioers of the aenate, taking this occasion to exohang greetings and compare notes. The ohii topic of conversation with the majority was the proepeot of a oonfliot over the admission of certain democratic senators loot, ...

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

i I a ttottv virrwrv sta'i n'.SAt AKi THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8 18S7. " : 1 ; ; : ' - MESSAGE Of The President of the Unitod States, to the First Session of the Fiftieth Congress. , With Great Good Sense He chews all Other Themes ut the Tariff, Es- And Makes a Short, Bat Able and Readable State Docu ment. The President Delivers a Vigor ous Blow Against the Protective Tariff. To the Congress of ttu United Slates: You lire confronted at the threshold of your legislative duties with a condition of the national finances which iinperalively demand immediate and careful confedera tion. The amount of money annually ex aoted, through the operations of the present laws, from the industries and neoei-sities of the people, largely exceeds the sum necessary to meet the expensrs of the government. When we consider that the theory of our institutions guaran tees to every citizen the full enjoyments of all the fruits of his industry and enter prise, with only such a deduction bb may be bis share toward...

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

iMkfi.: AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8 1887. 'i - V I, WASHINGTON. Proceedings of tne Senate and House Yesterday, "With Minor Notes. Events and Doings in and Around 4"he Federal Capitol Con ' grcssional Notes. FIFTIETH COCTGrKKSS. SBNATI. WAsnraoTos, December 8 After the reading of uo jumuu iu ma wuuo to-aay, me ureBiaing of ficer asked whether it w- the pleasure of the sen ate to proceed with the usual morning business. air. liarne Bugaeeti bill and nieiuorlals might be introduced and referred. Mr. Hoar opposed the proposition, stating that it was an ancient custom ot the senate not to eater upon any ordinary business nntil after hearing the communication from the president at the beglnlng of the session; that it was a mark of respect due from the legislative department of the government to the executive, lie, therefore, moved a recess for half an hour. The motion was agreed to. After recess bad been extended for a quarter of an hour longer, Mr. Morrell reported that ...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8 1867. ' i WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIV. TEXAS. HATES W SUBSCBU'TION. baht. On month Three monihs fcLx mouwe Tw?l uiontiia SUNDAY DAU.J I 10 2 51 &.JU U.OO 1-veln months... j " J-J; 12.00 OH Ull'IllllflMtl ... WXIKLT. Six r.ntnt fO.TS iff. lNVAHIABl-Y Ul MVAlt. Fostsso free to all parts ot the United Mates and Canada. Rnnltbj draft on Anstin, r. O. money order, postal note, reiristered letter or exprese-bample copies tent tree on application. A'.t. PASIM DlBCONTWUKD AT THE KlPKUTIOII Of the Tikb Paid for. ... , Snbacrlbere will please observe the date on thelr wrappera. Subecrlbere wishing address of paper chanced will etate In their application both tlie ld and new MK?F. A. SCOTT Is In rtarje 01 he City en a crlpUondrPar'.ir.entof Thb dtawmah, and aU complaint or notices f changes (riven lo to,B left at this office, will have prompt attention. Subscribers who do not receive their pler renn larly, are requested to notlfv tbe office. Sub- ...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8 8,s7. I r 1 1- J; i' ! i. 1 ' 9. v ' CITY AND COUNTY. fROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Justice Tegener's Court. J. T. Frier, disturbing the peace; fined 1 5 and costs. Cy Robinson, theft from the person; bound over to the grand jury; bond, $500. Married, At the residence of the bride's father, C07 West tfonrteenrh street, at 7 o'clock last night, Mr. J. Hall Phillips and Miss Blanche Bracken, Rev. Dr. Smoot officiat ing. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips will leave this morning for the Phillips ranch, about ten miles north of town, where they will make their home. Married Last Night. Mr. James Dnnn, superintendent of the Soholz Garden street car lice, was united in marriage last night to Miss Ola Folwell, the charming ana popnlar daughter of Officer Folwell, of the polioe force. Rev. Dr. Smoot pronounced the solemn words which boand two lives together, and friends and relatives then hastened to blesp, with joyful wishes, the newly wedded conple. The Base Ball...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 8 December 1887

j - m m . i nvitI,i itt a ftTiTirnmAiT. I FROM WEDNESDAY'S DAILY. Death or George E. Heflner. Mr. George E. Heffner, well known her?, and to the printing fraternity, espeoially, r,A aiha TfoHnotAfl in tha law da S Of the State University ia June, 1886, died at Kookdale, lexas, novemoer i. Heffner was a yonng man of fine attain ments and excellent habits. relayed Locals. Owing to the rush of events night be fore last, requiring Th Statesmam re porter to be on the hop, skip and jump until a late hour, to keep up with the overflowing exuberance of a victorious throng, one or two interesting occur rences were neoessarily omitted. For in stance, there was a tilt at arms, as you might call it, 8unday afternoon, at Wheeler's grove, on the edge of the oity, to satisfy wounded honor. Correspondence bearing on the subject is said to have been going on for the past two weeks, looking to an amioable settle ment of the trouble, but with no favorable result, and, as a settlement was neoesary, the...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 8 December 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8 1837.' it 1 At rV Vf Waste of Tisane Without Repair. Vigor begins to decline when dyspepsia In vades the stomach. The disease. nroloneed through neglect, entails grevious loss of flesh and serious waste of the muscular tissue. To invigorate thoroughly and speedily, a sound Btomachio is required. There is none com parable to Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, siuco It Institutes, and, if continued, perpetuates repair of the tissues. wMi-h ,i..u., i i bulk, vigor and elasticity in consequence of D6 loot in hLrinnina tUa .av.a..f A nor should there be any delay in removing those ailments of irequenl occurrence, which contribute to and foster an enfeebled condition Of the Stomach anfl nw.B VI flnn.llotinn and liver complaint, disorders which the Bit- icio wiu atisureuiy extinguish. It also reme dies and DreVentlt malarlul anil biilnev tmiililea and is a prime auxiliary in the recovery of "out w4 vvHiHnwjiig uvju wasting Uia The best and niv,t ii.'...

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

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8 1387. 8 I PERFECT WAD, 1t itrlor purnliencfl proven In million ot Imm (or mors thiio quarter of coatury. It i noxl by tlio Uuilfd ntmles Government. Huilcirned br the heads of (h Great Univarsitlne as Ihe titranxne', Hurnst nnri most Hvalthful. Dr. I'rice'e tka only Mskinit Powder that nut contain lanunla, Lini", or Alum. Bold only in Cons, PRICK UAKINO POWDER CO., mw toiik, cmt'AOo, sr. riun Pleaded Guilty. 8peclal Telegrsm to toe btniesmsB. Wino, Decemher 5. la the fed Aral oourt, to day, Tc m Jones, alias Tom Montgomery, pleaded guilty to the in dictment of robbirg the train on the Texan & Pnoiflo railway, at Gordon, on January 23, 1887, and vim sentenced t five years hard labor in the penitentiary. He is a young man, not more than 20 years old, and is believed to have been ooncerneJ in the Mo Neill train robbery. The case of Jim Drake, charged with murdering Prof. 8. L. Gninn, of Baylor university, on August 27, was oommenoed in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 15 December 1887

TIN WEEKLY TATESMAN. VOL- XVII. AUSTIN TEXAS. 1HURSDAY. DECEMBER 15 1S87. X ULIim'S BILL at urea of the Postal Telegraph Bill Prepared toy Senator . Cullom. olnga In Congress Yesterday- Mills in the Speaker's Chair. Washington, Deoember 13. The postal tulegrapn bill, introduoed by Senator Oullom, to-day, establishes the United states postal telegraph as part of the postal system of the United States, and for the purpose of inaugurating the system, it provides that the following telegraph trunk lines shall first be con structed: One from Washington, D. C, to Portland, Me., via Baltimore, fniladelpbia, New York and Boston: one from Wash iogton to Minneapolis, via Pittsburg, Cleveland, Chioago, Milwaukee and tit, Paul;one f rooi New York oity to Cleveland, via Albany to Buffalo; one from Pittsburg to Topeka, Kansai, Cincinnati, Indianapo lis, St. Louis, Kansas City aud minor towns Huar large cities; one from Toledo to Iatroit; one from Washington to Galves t n via Richmond, Atlanta and...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 15 December 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 15 18S7. WEEKLY STATESMAN. At'STIV, TEXAS. bTATKSMAS PUBLISUINQ COMPANY. L A. EMI", . rwen'- k T. I'kyob, - Ice ! rebid. nt. PBTT..S Biiown, - - H r-rrtary. W K 1111 BT, - General Manager. HATES OF SCHfiCRirTIOX. One month t Three m ntliB ttlx .uoutiis Tw )lvn moat ua PUN DAY DA ELY Iwelw months - - ffj W SlXILOIlIUB WKLKLT. Six montn SJ-W welve months I-" lNVAllliULY IX A.UVAH01. Poi: f rse tu all part of tbs United htatos and Canada. R.-mlt by dratt on Auptln, P. O. money order, postal note, refilftured letter or express Sample copies sent Insi oa application. A:.L PAPEIla UlitCOKTINUBD Al TBI HXIUU.TION of ia Tims I'Aia too. Sahscrlnoni wllj piearie olwve the daw on their wrappers. Su'MKTmare wtohlnc o-MreM of paper changed will tta la their applliatlon birth the ld and new add rose. H n. K. A. SCOTT la In cliarte ot ha city sun ecrlption rtrrar!irentof Tn brATSSHAH, and ali complaints or notices of chan?oe Klvun to hlw, or left at tide...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 15 December 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 15 1887. Jr. i '".'V flanges batweeu the ribs. Between each rib these bands shall be lattioe braoed with i3 iuoh bar iron braoes, in two panel, riveted to the band flanges, as per annex. d d-agram, marked (1). Fifth T-at a similar band be carried itirely around the ouleide and inside of the dume ribs, at or about the height marked (1) on sheet No. 33 of the oritfiual ' drawings. Six'h That a similar band of 6-inch I beams be carried eutirely aronnd tiie out sidnof the dome ribs, at or about the height marked (2) on sheet No. 33 of the : original drawinge. Seventh that a similar band of 4-itioh 1 beams be carried entirely, around the onteide and inside . of the dome rib? at or about the height marked (3) on sheet No. 83 of the original drawings The br c-s here shall be of J-2x3-inoli bar iron. Eighth That a similar baud of 4-inch , I beam be carried entirely around the inxide of the dome ribs, at or uhout the : height marked (4) on sheet No...

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. — 15 December 1887

JUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. DECEMBER 15 1887. 1888- "'" '-J 1 ' ' TKT SCBEE1T POEM, BEPEESENTHTO THE DREAMOFLIFE The most unique, pleasing and original Calendar ever ouereu. Xo procure this Calendar, purchase from four druggist a bottle of IVORY POLISH ?TEETH, and mall na the card contained la the box, with your address and lour cents in iUiujw. FLEMING BROS. PITTSBURGH. PA. LIST OF I.KTTKKS. Mat of lettHM remaining uncalled for anil udver tieed at the iosto:iice,at Aisiitiu, Texas, for the week nd.ng Dewml-er II) ltvS7. LAMES' I.IsT. Hsrnltt, L'xzie Mies Balid, Mullle Mies lieall, it'irv li Mrs Badger, H Mrs Itureer, S Mrs Benlotit, Itima Mm Brown, E Mm ' "Vi Sidnl Mr Clem-eiand JieiililrieMre!olit.e, C 11 Mia Davis, Fanriie Mrs Edwards, Mary Mrs Fanner, Victory U .Mrs :v.-u-, bud Mif& linlnn, Mattle Miea llune.C P Aire Kicks, Kiler Mnw lliff, NellW Iluiinliiirr, Jennie Mrs Jenkins, irglnia Miea .lohnson. Mary iliw Johnson, neni leuer Lewis. : M Mlm Lane, Miigirie Mi?8 La...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 15 December 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. DECEMBER 15 18S7, 5 V. 61st VoL IMS y.rearv John A. Wayland & Co., Have just reoeived, aud are offering cheap, MAPLE SYRUP, N. O. SUGAR HOI SE MOLASSES. WHITTAKER'S PURE LARD. WHITTAKER'S MEDIUM HAMS. WHITTAKER'S SWEET BREAKF'ST BACON BATATIA SWEET CORN. MISSOURI WHITE CLOVER HONEY. FRESH COUNTRY BUTTER. FOUR OAR LOADS SACKED OATS. TWO CARLOADS SHELLED CORN. ONE CAR LOAD CQRSICANA BRAN. RYE, BARLEY AND MILLET. John A, Wayland & Co. Telephone No. 109. The Greatest A PURELY Drerfsration known Burma! action of the and aeilntlvo eflret U to a healtby vigor. and nNMiinilnrlnn f SAFRTY to ehililrnn or derangement of tU. system. jT Jl . A. X A17 XTW A. 'AVA Colds. Bilious Colic. Malaria Fevers. Bl ous Fever. Cholera, Diarrhoea, loss or Asa. luua ujsuuiaT wvm 11. Pot FREE TRIAL PACKAGE send G eta. in stamps For foil package send SO els. U TELEGRAPH MEDICINE CO.. LAKE CHARLES. LA. NOTICE OP ACCOUNT. The State of Te-aa, to ail persons interested in th...

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. — 15 December 1887

"l tCSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBEli 15 1837. v i I I I i I 1 1 Hemorrhaqes. L'cs" Noe, or from any pause is soeedily con trolled and stopped, Sores, Ulcers. Wounds, Sprains & Bruises, It in cooling, cleansing and Iluul ng. folirrh 11 Is most efflcac'on-. for this Uclldl 1 II ,li8oo. Cold In tho Head.ao. "Poiid'n Ei:ruct Ctiiuli fur," specially prepared to moot serious caned, Phould bn apiilied with Poud'a Extract IV a 4ii 1 Sy.ingo. Rheumatism, Neuralgia. No otlier preparation lina cured mora cases ot thenailistretwlng complaints than the Extract. Poiid'a Etrart Plan ter Is Invaluable In thesn diseamis, Lum bago. Tains ill Hack or Mdu, &c. Diphtheria, Sore 1 hroat, 1 L'hb the Kxlruct promptly. Delay is daugeroiiH. DilrkP Bliinl,Blellnj or Itching. It rllcbi Is tho grcatost known remedy ; rap idly curing when other medicines h ive failed. Puii'l's Kxtract Ointment is of great service whore tlio removal of clothing is Inconroiilent. For Broken Breast and Sore Nippl...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 15 December 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 15 1887. 1 I CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. A Curiosity. Mr. Ben Walker, of this oity, owns a . . S-year-old heifer with but three les. She has been raised as a pet by Mrs Walker, who refused $150 for her, offered by a traveling Bhowmau. It is said the animal can run as fast as one born with the regular ooinpltmtct of pedal extrem ities. Thanks Returned. '; The eieoative ccuiuiiHee of the Con federate Home desire ns to return their thanks to Mrs. Teff t, Weller Co , of ( New York, for a donation of one dozen blankets, which they s(nt through Messrs. v Bnrke & Wheatly, of this oity, to whose kind oflloes in the matter the oommittee are nuder obligations. Thanks are also dne to Hon. Felix E. Smith for a donation of meal, and in this connection the mana gers desire ns to say that contributions of oonntry produce of any kind will be weloome to the Home, and may be left with Messrs. I. Stein fc Co. Passed Away. Yesterday morning, a...

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. — 15 December 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 15 1837. CITY AND COUNTY.. FBOM TUESDAY'S DAILY. Married, Miss Clara Lee, one of Judge Joseph Lee's interesting daughters, was married here yesterday morniDg in 8t. David's oootjIi, to Mr. James A. Hatjerlond, Rev. T. B. Lee offloiatiut?. They left on the morning train for Mr. Hajzerlund'a ranch tie ir San Aiigelo, in Tom Green ooonty which will be their futara home. Th Statesman wishes the conple abundant happiness and suooess in life's voyage toother. There wre no oards. Misa I,.a wan a native of Austin, where bub has many friends and admirers. Store Attached. Charles Latelle, who has been running a small co operative ptore for the Knights of Laljor on East Sixth street, havinu left the city without explanation to his creditors, attachments havn been run by lha m nnnn h it stock of creneral mer chandise to the extent of about $5,000, or m lira than its value. He was owing ei son. Davis i. Co., merchants, of this city, ,! ..Kier dealers s...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 22 December 1887

j AUSTIN WEE hp a hpt? MAN. -U. V JL LL VOL- VXII. ADSrix TKAAS. THIRSDAY. DECEMBER 132 ' NO. 5 a" 3 I i 4 i V 'i DALLAS. Opening ot the I.umigputiou Con Tentiou Evtry See ion of the State Ec-vtro: cnrod Mail Bobbery by Masked Mn Two Waco Sensations Texas News by Wire. lpef .al"!H rani the st irmmnii. Dallas, 1) cember 20. The Texas Immigration convention met h re thl mnruin! with repr-'een a-tivt-a nres-v.i fiom every representative d strict In the etu'e. T ie obj ct i f the cohv ntiuti Is Co lake action loukii ! to an Increased llow of immiura Uon ami i':i)ir il into TV?. Hon. li. iu y Exnll, of Lampasas, wae elected temporary airman. Mauser I'uniwr welcomed tbe delegates in the name of the city. A cotnmut. -1 on credentials and permanent or-guuzi-i'l n - one from each Mia oriil dietilet- -wis appoi-neii. The lepr 'setitative of the mllwaxs were Invited M participate in the convention, and til a ji.ur meut wae tn!;en until afternoon. At the opening of the afternoon tea inn a lette...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 22 December 1887

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