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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 22 December 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN TIIUKSDAY. DECEMBER 22 1887. 1 i CITY AND COUNTY. fFROM FRIDAY'S DAILY. Married. Mr. Floyd MuGown, one of Austin's prominent young attorneys and partner in law of Mr. Robert G. West, of this city, 1 was married yesterday to Miss Eliza M. Davis, of Jacksonville, Texas. They loft on a bridal trip, aud will be at home here after Deoumber 25, at 83 Waller street. Marriage of Ex- Go varnor Robarta A telephone mesne from New Brauu fels staffs that Ex-Governor Oran M, Sobeits wait m irrieu tuero insi evening w Mrs. Porter, of 1 jlur, widow of Col. Porter of the Confederate army. Mrs. Porter has been iu Mew Brannfels several months. The couple left ou the evening train for Philadelphia. Change of MailiDg Ulerks. Roger Roberdeaa, the young eon of Capt; J. D. Roberdeau, has been ap pointed assistant mailing clerk in the potoftioe in this oily. James J. Parm le, assistant mailing clerk here, has been appointed railway postal clerk, on the run from Austin to Hempstead, i...

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. — 22 December 1887

' ' 1 rr:': ' : -- - --a 4 WEEKLY STATESMAN. DYSPEPSIA "IB Ti c'7 n-curi a 1 a. x.i.- -hj a. w; i it i- t 5-t!i -a. rii--"- Tii-r '-'- txit-r ll KLJtrJ. u. ui f .!i-i r i-ii7 . j t iit 1 Ir Hi-- 3 IT --i-.'i'-ci .r t t.I - "r!tt si xx jre wa artr lf'JlT ".I H.--ir liir til J t-.- 1T iff "Tii CTf -Sititl-X -St. "lit .l 11 iM.-! 1 i;jr st - ir--x -.n-Ti ? i i x- I1I.7 CVteI '-1 Sto-C J i ' ri'.l' t ruM "i "I t" -M!.a 1-J .- -i 12 nr 7""rT 03"J w2ars. 3,nrti. if TLrJCT. 3- i 3n Hood's ZarzaparilJa ft i - 3-L ' ?" - c " Ai-. t I i ' it S-rL:it.L a .iiri -- -"r- -; Ti ll 1 s..t-tf 1 ir'. Z.. til a. i tit-.. t:.f Si - b- li-t-r I 1 v.- xr-.ri. i x ! i-T. "..rra "17 Hir f J i 111 a le taj-lir i-f Eifl Witt W-i Ei-? H'-?l"- l It-Hl 1 ' s.cmtM t; -it v -1- i:rr r."-t i d i ;r.i j-arj-j ir :" tij if Ji.r.- 1 i"i. r? - iwmi i.cx- :" " e.n?ri-t iu r- It-- II " - 2 - 7 . t: T it2i--!.x ir c-yirj t"na i " if .tj- rr It fiuTi. a. ! i --s. z " ! t-.- a I.L fc iria.tat aa -iia nr-.-t-i .1.. t... --r...

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. — 22 December 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 22 18S7. ..if ; i u si 4 1 ! J ; i i X , ? GOVEKNMBMTAL Continued from Third page. From Sunday's Dally. Mr. Oliver, clerk in the attorney-general's office, hag prepared a general sum mary of criminal bunnies of the state during the year, fcs f ir as the official re ports furnished exhibit, as follows : For arson There were 43 indictments, 17 triaiH, 7 couvictioi.g no acquittals. . For burglary 36i indictments, 247 trials, 191 convictions and 65 acquittals. For enibexzltmeut 97 indictments. 26 trials, 18 eonviotions and 13 acq'ii'tals. For forgn-ry 197 indiotmeuts, 72 trials, G3 convictions and 11 acquittals. For murder 330 indictments, 221 trials, 89 oonvioions and 125 acquittals. For perjury 113 indictments, 32 trials, 18 convictions and 15 acquittals. For rape 55 indictments, 32 trials, 14 conviotiiins and 16 acquittals. For robbety 69 indictments, 25 trials, 13 convictions and 18 acquittals. , Theft (felonious) 1,810 indictments, 827 tr...

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. — 22 December 1887

ti r 6 KVgnX WEEKLY STATESMAN. Tn.TT.SOAY. DECEMBER 22 18ST. w NO FEE (Mill BtTTtR in I 81 I Locust St 2U ESTABLISHED 1851 St. Louis. Mo. Tbe Regular Old-Established : PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ; 4 J is srili I reaung wun ine ureaiesi j skill ana suwtss i VnillJCimi T.l- a . I STRAY JOKES. Mi.s-tigiT Ihivs sometimes indulge in jurni iu;; i-ontests. but the junijni ure always staw; iiig oi.oj. N. '.v lliiNeu News. Who says Harvard isnbinall pla.ee! Fa: Visitors Is tlr.t building the U scnoo JJii'i'l.-..', V-Wi!! or, the truth is rool Uv:i h-re tlx .-j years, und 1 don't known'. tbel.LiUin . eja.U yet. Harvard l-ampjoi The word I b- b. tt-r if we cuM know y'ursflvrs :i.. ! itir.i: -'-Iv others Ln ' us A'l'l kCCO lil l :- .Uljrv lilt' li. l)t.1 HOU'VC As -.:: y no tin.- wuicii oth'V-s te.ve u. 11 ston C sn.-r. A wi!t.' i.i a Sv.-mUT nuiozirf ns.tr "AroHio 1 mduviis. npprtuchin:: .nan 'llt'iiKi1 1 I.H'i !!l:!t ilt-'L 1 ivc rs .',; TALK AL-C'JT TATTOOING. A "IT r. -..r ' Toil- What Itvrmaiva...

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. — 22 December 1887

f AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. DECEMBER 22 1S7. OLD WORLD WORSniP. Piso's KpmfldT for fSitjirrli la tVia I Dent, jLasieot tu use, ana Cueaptsu i i Hemorrhages. Kffija; No-u, or from nny cause is ayeedily cvn tn 1 led hiuI gioppoii, Sores, Ulcers. Wounds, Sprains & Bruises. It is cooling, cleansing mid Iluul.iig. Pflfjirrh is niot euicaauii-f for this valal 1 11 1 discusu. Cold in tlii Head.&o. "Foud'a Extract tularin Cure," specially pi-oprM-ed to meet serious cases, should bo applied with Pond's Extract Kaaul Syringe. Rheumatism, Neuralgia. No other preparation has cured mora cases of these distressing complaints than the Extract. PoikI'h Extract flus ter is invaluable in these diseases, Lum bago, 1'aiHS in Back or Mile, e. Diphtheria, Sore Throat, Use the Exu'uct promptly. Delay is Piles dnnirBrmia. mxui.iii(iiiiiX or Itc lkliia, it iilly cimng wliwn oMior iuedioinus lnve i.iuuu. i unit s iiiXi rum Jiniuiikiit id of great Borvlce where the removal of oloiliing Is inco...

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. — 22 December 1887

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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. — 29 December 1887

AUST STATESMAN. VOL- VXD. AUSTIN TEXAS. THUKSDAY. DECEMBER i!9 .1887. NO 6 N WEEKLY ' MANNING. . Funeral of tho Daad Il.c-fSscretary at Atbr.iy Prta-dent Clovo iiud P esor.t. Corcm .'tiiFS r.t the Church Feo ;le i'i'.isiOut From Hi Jart3 of Now York. Ai ba.7, D "O. iii'.i'i 27. tnOOQ after th" deuh t.f ox Satt.ei.iry Manning wait auauiinsil oji ti r nro.iy, Mayor Ttiuteher issued a pi'uc.iu ;;:'tlo'i to the citizens of .sb '!). He riiiii'.'i'(l that their places f Imsiii.-sa b co-U, .ui :i 'lint "hey ttft.-ie fn.uj their nsoM 0:11; ! yn'.iit during thi fnutml cSi-rt'Z.'iv, oil occurred at 2 . :d. ti-J.y fi-..m St. I'ml '.i Episcopal cln.c.h, ot Wiiiou Mr. Manning wis xnenit.ei-. Flags were umig (it uulf must,' !td .:i it inaav prayer f ir family were nit nr i-d i.i aii .bp church.:.! of the oil. v. Vit-H ij. n t Olevelnd mil mcinbers of Ills O.itli ;O0 arrived Hi. U 11. iu. They WIT" mot ty Ooloi Pi E:eo, Governor Hill's pri .'ecretarv ; Mayor I 1m el) hi-, .Mr. Erastus Oorn.i.g u ,...

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. — 29 December 1887

SLY TAli-53LX THURSDAY. DEi-TXEEB ;7. I 1 ; ? I i ! WEEKLY STATESMAN 1 i lv. Ill -t a. -t-r- .-r . ---i- . -j-a KHZ : ru su-ii-i .r- xu m'M I Sar-TUi T " smui ' -'.3.-"ik:On'. i-.J T I .? -.-.. T-. J 4-..j-- lWi if "3 "Ut-trt Kit t-wr i vx -i .r. ? - rnco urn x i ?tt- --j-m .-3 r tan t?i-tt. Sw3t.li! wii -- vr- -? $ i 0mrJ? aiaj J' tacj warr " w er -Er ir tj- ; n '.? i t. Z-z. Z -.wr-K. Aim a. Tt T-nr-a 51" '-i. Tx. ' V V lC--. 'A lJiZ-- Z1. St-'' .-; r-j n ir J ir-ji iT. - r-u --j -.ir jrji.'ij -j--p tc s-!a-rf 4iTi-i7-.r5.. . !NO.t uui-inr.. 1- it ttw;;-. a.ir - t irn r c. jLiir-j n. nut i jr 1c i.r i.--;su; .in' :iai J'l l .T J 1 H-lTX X-r- 4r-. -r.T jr-t-f-Si-a . - - 1 --r Jo iri Uf . -ir.i flrtii- 51 - ?rr 1 url "iwlra. ' V wj -A- J' - . j.ir-r J -r 'rtu -va-- "Kt. dnri 3-. ' -r -XiiT JS r "jsx iOil IS !"- Hr-lM. ii--jiCvL tis-ra, wur-.-- -i:ii--jt. r. i.t-ilav--im . KLjUi'i V ar-juu x-1f-. in; rm-ar :m. -vtnj- i xir-r iy .!- t Tt-;, f&I tvi m '-aa 1,' vrrr.'-it u ez.m - i ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 29 December 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. DECEMBER 20 16S7. CITY AND COUNTY. PROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Hwing-Braedlove. Ht. Injur.. P. Ewiiig, a handsome young fcornoy c f Preutiam, waa married yester day at Kyle to Miss Addie Breedlove, also of Brennan, who, presumably as Mr. 'Jwing'a choice, most be one of the belles of that place, bat has been for some time ditidiiiK her time among friends here and at Jlyle. The ceremony took place at the riideno of Mr. J. L. Hay Rev. J. M. Carroll, of Taylor, officiating. The happy ouuplJ ciine in last pvining from Kyle, stopped over at the Driskill, and will leave Uis morning for their future home in Brenfcam. Thieves' Doings. 4 be hoiHo of Mrs. J. L. Vredenburjrb, aoath of the river, was entered by thieves on Monday, in broad daylight, during the tbmporary absence of the family. Tbe thieves entered through a window -on Ui front gallery, in full view of the road, by breaking a pane of glass in the utperKas-h iind unfastening the window, iivory drawer and ...

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. — 29 December 1887

rEEXLT 5T.TL?:-Uw LICT3CEE2 iS Itt. i.5ij7.ITTf:, Hi KIR 3 .. . t. r-i-vj 31 Has n:iu5 u' rt vs v. jiaii inr t w " tut i' inBj lint trrf-r J ar.v "- uTHj-niiin- -rtst M U lifaC Ulintt 21- istif m:L ino-bf -j. tut I.UU1: X:liLH- 11 tirrji vtf n li..rl. nrr Mfr. xwi Bs i inrauf.r a cusp31 P"3 swa,s7ini43 n r-r7 e --iiit vir-L.oi.ii' ti ""-lmi. iTT-Z jainrnt. t inia ta van tmuT jar-i ic tlr mrBuumfeniic f p;. wrt - in-rliiuru if xarai-r . i.-nuun T -r nvmiurxwnezu. merer-- lur t mivnZ InB BiiL MiKttlii utf -! arst vr u? mirfr-'.iuf nut (rmuinu; iipe 9j&T tail iii Tfcanjiar. fcTrruuimirai. amijj2' nnniinipai- im fcc ct JnvBij rii"Ut ji'rgtigr t man a lx lminiiiTT vt lit m-r-as vu.bux tf a bkoJIi irt y-r OTiiiitn. itnrrr. jj! xx war -iv w 1 ta fir .xl'r- L ri -iixa. m nr -.1 nHCt inx L" ".Ik --r--i.il. t Kf 1 f-n-'.u. 2' "".i-jr 11 i 1 r..rn:( -- r.irtijr -Wh- .zx ;si'i."C i eta; avr-1 n c' t.-t.-t 1 fi; irrc ! M.""'.". mar; n ir iotk in- fc-nu-.-i.-v-t vzxn. Ti lit--t -.V. J " v-1 1...

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. — 29 December 1887

APstik Weekly statesman Thursday. December 29'iss7. W .5 -I f f CITY AND COUNTY. CoDtloued from Third psje FR6M SUNDAY'S DAILY. Recorder's Court. I Recorder Hamilton yesterday male ted J Mary Loftia and MatilJa Walker $ 10.20 eaoh, flue and costs, for disturbing the j peaoe; and Steve Gilinore $14.90, fine and ; costs, for ictoxiontiuu. The parties are I all colored except the recorder. Corner On Oysters. Thk Statesman printers, having por nered all theojsters in the city, had n grand .feast on the delicious bivalves, served in every style at Looke's, at the early hoar of 5 o'clock this rooming. There wa9 a party of sixteen of them and their friends toenjoy the occasion. Courtesies Exchanged. Mein host, 'Mr. Wm. Salge, has invited Thb Statesman to take Xmas dinner with him to day, at so mnoh per head. Thb Statesman will be there bright and early this morning, at 5 cents a piece suoh are the courtesies of life, and even as the blushing William considers that he gets five times hie mo...

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. — 29 December 1887

UHN "WEEKLY STATESMAN. THUl-.-PAY. nECEMBEE '29 (SS7. I f i I i ! : i t E j HA NO FEE I ESTnSItSHJ3 IfS! .I .'. St. Louis. Mo. 81 I iv 4 tt t I mtnc aw o.-w.wx oMLL iiUU VV. . IVTT. youngmeni Si tv - ctr oe el tmprmdemeeor FUr v ti Fountain ci L-t'e. 9n.-b Mid. Boi Wi-.hCKXi, ui.-c.V- cv-i-. t-f .- DR. CiAKKE-te.. Rhwt Ntnva4iKi jt--eMirriv-litTsvi err fm e-r-wvi tctu ictL-j tx taw aw-. .t MIDDlEwED MEN ?$ .5 ? iftt n.--7i i--Tij. a .-r CS-t Bra: aw , .vats- l itKT'.M Sff 7 Kl:tf ill FVr--Art Cstt, w-"--jtti. Ku-. Sill. nlW lirll - Kvr iK-ci mil-fuw --rvi l!l 11 IT, fl -..-- K cJ--t Cj-A-ct. - - mf It tmN fooj Syrfi-iVj iS il J i .-vvJ ui Ua dtMr. -." . ".-s. tr:.ri . jri-vi.-T. ts Keatcs-iKt ti cc b.r.Si i. -us-jji.- . Sa-fw. v-i -'-t r-.TBre -r t. fr.oLWB . .jwrn' cc",c j.. , .-r tV.Kft a-J t rz-?Tl : 7-"" : -U h .-'7? n, -&t uitA ar .- Vu (ljKi .-i?f .-w. 0tati . X-'.- CvrVr?-i WecV 5j iK fMrtcn i iv. CW-it totw-t-vK-i pi.- V -. Fst- ts. HKdi t . mr- . hn:rmt.tuun( jm v .tf.....

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. — 29 December 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBEll 29 18S7. I r ilfiM Hemorrhages, from tha Noo, or from any cause is speedily con f trolled and stonoed. Sores, Ulcers. Wounds, Sprains & Bruises. It ia COOlillir. cleaiisiiir. mul lluuliiiir. Ifllirrh " is most t-flicnciou-i for this VHUtl lllj discuso. Cold in tlii Head.&o. ;. " Pond' Ext mrt CutanH Care," I specially prepared to meet Herious cases. should tm applied with Pond's Extract i Aiasul Syringe. I Rheumatism, Neuraiqia. i'it;rtmi,iuii mu, cured mor ) oases of these distressing complaints than the Extract. JPond'a Extract Plas ter is invaluable in these diseases, Lum haero. Pains in Back or Side. ,t n. Diphtheria, Sore Throat, v .wuiimij. uemr ig dance ro us. , PJlic Bllntl,Bleedinec or Itching. It JTIICSf is the greatest known remedy ; ran- Idly curing when oilier medicines have . failed. Point's Extract Ointment is ot great service where the removal of clothing isinconvonient. For Broken Breast and .Sore Nipples, nnco us...

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. — 29 December 1887

it AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. bKCEMBEI? 4j& 'MS, j -J PURE i 'ocia 1 i' aaw5aaSsawiBaaa 1r9 up-ri.tr ex'-eii-ice ;irnvvi in nr.Ii.in o' ,iiii..4 f.i-mre thai tj-i trt.-r ! sceni'ir. It ! eil (iv th- fait-d Wtr ''' imii' i-Jvlire ir tvi h-ade f :va- t'n r!i- a- fi. :rnniiM", I'll - --t aid m -l 1 1 -!' t 't f ul IT. "rice fie only 'taki'iif I .t urn do-- ij' ronrsii t m.uotiia, Lim-, or Alum. Si a.wl,- m ''an, I TolK. I'KICK BASING P(i'.VBK CO, rMtrvoo, ST. LiiMI VfY FI5IKNKS 1.ISTKN 7 O M K! I haven"! mnv words In w t you, hut '.hey are to lhs poln. If ou, or any memher of your i mily or fri-ntls. are suit tI:iii from com.Iis, old-, r'wM plur:v, 1'iltii-nzi, pneumonia or 'her h st Id ii; ir, cr from rhennis'ini, - K l.ac, kMaey affee'lnn, or pain la any other ."rtlB of your b my, take my ?lvlre and ns J'anson's Planter, an old and taudard remedy r. v.inended hy lealln physic ans and d'S.M-N .-..rywher. They are not "nostrum," but 1 -'fentlll: combination of nvdicinal in ...

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. — 9 February 1888

mm : WEEKLY WlffeM f - A T" ,l' I -vs. ?J AUStl:TKXA8. rillfjDAY. WKUARY,0 18S8 " 7 .- i A m 5- 11 IK : i I 3 iff. WASHINGTON. fcyo jt-jr .' :t O'.r . uvuc? His Tirade A3 ; Frtsidett's r-; ;tiw '' :.esage. T3 CI ' v u' v i 11 Favorably Its j :r:?:i .;: ;. House Con- , . -'..aendmenls. a , i h. -ut congkesSs. '.' 1 .1 , r,-,m v. I.;r ' W v '(', i pl.ced (i:. tu. . i! y 7. Ainoug the committees sua were the follow- h nr re ,f of it.) enrolled as army 'j.'l 1. 11 ; 1 :e:if 1 (u.it'ou '! Ti r j ! ye c il. 1 l'.'i it il, in.-. ' 1 --'t uouut: : t 'I .,1 peal ii'ji . r n oertniu oases, a reeolutioi),wiiich ag the committea a intj the rights ucgre.-s arf.-umhig of bridgrs over state limits, resumed coiiBiJoc- it's message, and he speech which y- ' .jviewing what he ree trade message, s ei jht weeks had id been told of the .r the treasury, and ' sported looking to , as. This was not . ation. It was a . Ion, and if money accumalate in vo effort made :'j fanlt was that var. What reason lelay ...

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. — 9 February 1888

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. l. a. em.1., , I El T I'kvoh, Vlce-rrehiilt-nt Pivto'w b., - Hfcremry W. K. UaBY, General MwKt KATES OF 6UJWCHIPTIOX. ' nAiiT. One Year (invariably In advance) t10 00 tlx Monil.i " " " S Three Months " " " 2 5" One Mo.tli " " " ' UNIUT DitLT 1-welv mootns ..- biz montln WIEKLT. Six m.rattis T elv months Postage free to all J'&rU o! tn United State and Canada. A ampl copy mailed free on application. K-amit y diu no Aiutln, P. O. money order, postal note, restored Inner or express Sample eoplea aent true on application. AU. Pil'EOH Dll-CONTIXI.'EB T TBI BinHATIOll Of the Time Paid iou. Siitwrl;re will pleaae obnorve tfce date on ttielr wrapper. , 8u:criiira wishing a!:rea of paper chants will etate In their application both the 1J and new "mUf, a. SCOTT la In chart of he city eon acrliitlon rtepartrrent of The brxTEntuir, and all complaint or notice ef ctianM (riven to him, or left at thla ofnoe. will have prompt atten...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 9 February 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 9 1888 3 CITY AND COU KTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Jute Culture. Mr. 3. Javenet, of Weatherford, Tex., has issued a pamphlet on jute culture in Texas, which be will mail free to all farm ers who will send mm tneir address. State Reformatory. , Capt. Ferg. Kyle,"trea9orer of the board of trustees, of the state reforroltory, has just returned from Gateeville, where he was called to consider the question of sub stituting limestone rock for the inside lining of the walls of ,the reformatory in lien of the brick at first proposed to be nsed, the brick proving not to be satis factory. The limestone wbioh will be nsed is said to be first class material and fully equal to the stone of the Oatman ville quarries. Pressed brick for the out side walls of the reformatory will be furnished by the state from Rusk. Justice Calhoun's Court. The case against . J. Jones, charged with failing to work the roads, came up before Justice Calhoun yester day and was...

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. — 9 February 1888

THE COAItD OF TRADE BECOMING EN TilUSED. The. project to erect a board of trade building U being brought to a focus. Eirnest and enthuiiastio talk on thin subject was freely indulged in last night at the board of trade meeting, and some thing morn than talk was accomplished. A committee of five, consisting of Messrs. A. P. Wooldridge, Eugene Bremond, E. Saunders, Joo. W. Way land and Frnnk Hamilton, was appointed bs a ways and means committee to thke charge of mid settle this question. An txcelleut com mittee one to which the city can safely intrust such an important uiatti r. This building will be the key stone in the arch that will Bpau Austin's hopes for a united, earnest, successful and progressive busi ness community. It will bu Austin's bow of promise, her trysting place, the hy inenial alter where she will wed progress and reform, from which tiui, will date for her a fruitful future. The building now projected will be a haudsome edifice, in detail and effect a worthy memorial...

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. — 9 February 1888

MJSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9 1888 THE ARSENAL LOT. Mayor Nalle Opposes Its Conver sion to the City On the Ground That It Should be Reserved for a Mili tary Tost. Action Taken by the City School Board, Urging Its Cession to the City. Views of Messrs. Fulmore, Wool dridge, Brackenridge and Others. The bill of Congressman Sayers, which has passed the lower house of congress, to make government title to the city for the use of the arsenal lot in the Tenth ward for sohool purposes, is opposed by Mayor Nalle, Major Brackenridge and others on the ground that it should be r served for a military post, and that Gen eral Stanley approves its retention for that purpose. Mayor Nalle informed Mr. Wooldrige and Judge Fulmore, of the school board, that this was his only reason for opposing the bill. Mayor Nalle contends that a military post here would be far more beneficial to the city than a donation of the property or the use of it by the federal government for school purposes. H...

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. — 9 February 1888

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