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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 9 February 1888

7 IMMIGRATION. AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9 1888 f -9 Hemorrhages. ElKSJS; 1 Kose, or from any cause is sieeuuy con- ! trolled ami stoppea. Sores, Ulcers. Wounds, ' Sprains & Bruises. It is1 cooling, cleansing and Heating. PollPrh It is most efficacious for this lidUU 111, disease. Col 4 in tho Hcad.&o. . Pond'i Extract Ciitarrh Cure," - specially prepared to meet serious cases, should bo applied with Pond' Extract ' Kasul Svrlnce. f Rheumatism, Neuralgia, i K jfo other preparation has cured mor) t cases ot tuese distressing complaints than J the Extract. PoihI'h Extract Pla- I ter is invaluable in these diseases, Lum- ' bago. Pains in Back or bide, &c. Diphtheria, Sore Throat, i lVm the Extruct promptly. Delay is ' dangerous. DiloC Ulind.niee.ling or Itching. It rllCSl Is the greatest known remedy ; rap- idly curing when other medicines have failed. Pond's Extract Ointment is i of great service where tho removal ot doming is inconvenient. Perfecting the ...

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. — 9 February 1888

J t i t a can N WEEKLY STATESMAN TirURSPAYTEnR 0 I lino Voi i ii Humor of fecial sb1 CoioEcreitl. i jr so. j.nu I! f ;:lei I'i 11- :.( '' .!7 il!- ' 7 ;: crricrn i ui:m- ;.'J'.ii ' i l tr i i" r t. :n .1 c a. li..' " .-ii B I.' r SKKI.T ST7K-J A'..T:n, F" ' l i' ' 'I'll'-', V -, iv-tt ;! ir v. '!.. nr;;- tr v i-Ii : i;-vti.-i . le i 1 t : .; Cav.i l-'ee i;'.s. op d-1 c'wiil'. 'af I., . h .)'. i ..f. (', ;..-A: CITY. .,, l.'- l'er.-i: : ebiir.er.t-, V" vi rt1-, ' l'teint! f ' 1 7'.: riirviic:! t,' : n.arVe -!- !' l'. i.r".n : K ;. '!. : -iV..'. 1 a-, iitia'i', 1' : '" t. er-eu it-. . 'O""1. 1-"' . tM' u-.'- I I -j NMI' HT all Ulttt 1 US-'!. IHI) UV a,ie ... i lino we miild ee a trluriL'e fiir the. tietter, anil in tlx wet-ka the. c1 i d uuh i f tf:rl ,j well. IMtlien Imlnml ti tty tl;n turner, as my wile, liad wliat wh termed dry urate tetter, or anrla-K fur re arlv tltteen y. ar, ar il I trleil ervryitiini! that I i-mihl U"t Imlil nf, a'.'l w"l !' e Rilviren- thn mi i'i elniuwit nf ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 16 February 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY MAN AUSTIN. TEXAS THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 16 188S NO- 13 ATES VOL VXII. A t J 2 WASHINGTON. Yesterday's Proceedings in the Senate and House The Aus tin Donation iiill, Bayers and Culberson Before the ' Committee in Favor of Gal veston and Deep Water. . I'lFTIHiTH CONGRESS. SENATE. Washington, February li.-im0? the tills reported from the oommiUetii Bhel pleoed on the calendar were the follow ing : To authorize the secretary of war to oonvey to the city of Austin, Tex-, a tract of land for eduoational purposes. i. o aathorize the sale to aliens of certain mineral lands, Jtesolutions instructing the committee Oa Somineroe, in reporting river and har bor bills (to set oat important facts bear ing on eaon Hem), was reported by Sena tor Jones, of Nevada, and agreed to. Among the bills introduced and referred vtbrt the following: Ii,r Senator Cnllom For compensation for leryices of female nurses daring the ' wr - of the rebellion. i:( nator Blackburn offered a resolution de-.i ir...

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. — 16 February 1888

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TKTA8. bTATESMAS PPBUMIING COMPANY. a vim - President - Vlce-Prnt BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION, n u.T One Year (invariably In advance) 10(Xt rbree Muntlie" " " J?" ineM-iain " " " W tUHPLl lAO.t Twelve months - t'J Six month l- mi i.,atii y Tlve m'lhtiis 1 Drtun free to !1 iU f tr.e L'rltwl Btate anfl Canada. A eraile copy routlfd free on apiliratlon. K.,ol d it un Awtin, P. O. money order, postal now. rwiirterert or eipreee Sample copies eeut true on application. AO. l'Afi l)l0ONTINDD AT Till BlTOUTlon OfTuaTma Paid fok. HnhwrlhHM will please observe the data ca their wrapper. . . hu -riiwra vrlsblnif eAlreee of paper dialled will aiiu In their eppucaUoa bolh tha eld and new "jjiTk. A. fCOTT le In charre ot cllv '1D crlptlon drfartirtint of Tint Btati-.ilj, and ali eomplalntu or (i-'tlce f cUany (riven to Mm, or lett at tula otllre, will have prompt sttentliro. Huhar.rlbr who do not receive thilr pajwr fv'U larly, are requested to aotltr the oHIck htih Krltwra ar...

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. — 16 February 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 16 1888 3 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Wants a County. A party writes to the state secretary of immigration that he "wants a whole oonnly in Texas for a colony of immi grants from Kansas." Fire Alarm Contract SiRned. Mayor Nalle has signed the contract with the Union fire alarm company, of New YorMor introducing the system in Anstin. The company is to operate it for one year at twelve hundred dollars, with option to the city to pnrohase it any time at $5,000. Married. At the residence of Mr. Maok, 1209 East Thirteenth street, last evening, Elder Junius Wilkins officiating, Mr. J. H. Maxey was married to Miss Ella Keys. The happy couple left for San Antonio and Galveston to be absent about a week. St. Davids Organ. Mr. E. H. Hammond, organist of St. Davids ohuroh, Btates that the pipes of the organ of that ohuroh vary from the shortest to a length of sixteen feet in stead of from two to eight feet, as stated in data furnished The ...

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. — 16 February 1888

METEOROLOGY OF THE WHST. In a late number of the American Meteorological Journal there are eome faoti stated of importance to the people of Western Texas, and especially to those portions of that seotion in which agricul ture is attempted. To state the matter as briefly as possible, take op a map of the United Biaten, and from the records of United States weather 'service mark the lines of equal rainfall. Theso lines will be found to run parallel, or nearly so. For instance, the line of forty inches of rain annually runs through Albany, Montreal, northwestern Iowa and southward to the ooast of Texas, olose to Indianola. The thirty-inch line passes through St. Paul, Minnesota, Eastern Nebraska, central Kansas and eastern Texas. The twenty-inch zone goes through northern Minnesota, making a carve in Dakota and then a straight line to the upper Rio Grande. Now the ques tion is are these rain lines stationary from one century to another f The answer is one of high importance to the rain...

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. — 16 February 1888

AUSTIK WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 16 1888 5 r i CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. I. O. O. F. The following offioers eleet have re f tnrnoil from the meetinor of the Brand lodge at Corsioana: Fred Carleton, grand representative; Charles R. Gibson, grand representative; Geo. Herzog, distriot de puty grand master; H. A. Linn, district deputy grand master, and J. W. LaRoe, grand messenger. "All About Texas " is the title of a work on The above Texas, by Colonel John F. Elliott, given to the polishers a day or two ago. It is a hand book for the intending immigrant and the citizen as well, treating of Texas of to-day, her industries, resources, and eapabilities, history, topography, area, I elimate, soils, rainfall, Jiealthfulness, pro- I i garden, ranoh and vine, fish ( ' and game, manufactures, quarries, 4lays, railroads, water powers, oommeroial I 4 facilities, trade, political and publio insti tutions, euuuuuouai, Deueroienii auu penal, social condition, public Bohools a...

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. — 16 February 1888

6 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 16 1888 AM NO FEE t ESTABLISHED I8SI I 81 I UMTIi BFTTER. St. Louis, Mo. I Locust St Tbe Regular Old-Establlsbed PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON It still Treating with the Greatest SKILL and SDCCESS fe-V YOUNGMfNi suffer from Nervous Debility, Kxhainting Drains upon ih Fountain! of Life, affecting Mind, Body and Manhood, thould commit the Celebrated DR. CLARKEat once. Remember! Nervoua dlaeaaea (with or without dreamt)or debility and lou of nerva power treated acientifically by new method! with never-failing success. uinni rJprniim ,r..fina PlIUULt ftOtUHiUH '" lonowmg their lUIICIUIII,IUUIMiluliIui w.i a I aa I II IIUIli may consult with the asiurance of Speedy Relief ana permanent (Jure, il withmreacnoi tiumansktll. HI n HJVrU who uer from weaknetaes will find ULUlYlLlI immediate Relief and Comfort, and in iiiuny cases a permanent cure. aThe terrible potions of Syphilii and all bid blood and akin diaeaaea, completely eradicated with but mercury. ...

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. — 16 February 1888

"1 MJSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16 1888 THE DEAF AND DUMB. ft f Jf 1 'J A ? .3 v M Hemorrhages. lrm Nose, er from any cause is speedily oou trolled and stopped, Sores, Ulcers. Wounds, Sprains & Bruises. It is cooling, cleansing and llouling. foloPrh I' is most cflloaciou for this UdUH 1 II i disease. Col J in tlio' Head.&o. "Point's Extract Cutanh Cure," specially prepared to meet sorions cases, should bo applied with Pond's Kxliucl Naaul Syringe. Rheumatism, Neuralgia No other preparation has cured mon eases o those distressing complaints than ' thelxtrart. Pond's Extract Plas ter is invaluable in these diseases, Lum bago, Pains in Back or hide, Ha. Diphtheria, Sore Throat, Use the Extiact promptly. Delay is dangerous. PilaC BHnd,Bleedlng or ItcUlng.lt I lltbi is the greatest known remedy; rap idly curing when other medicines have failed. Ponlg Extract Ointment is of great service where the removal of clothing is inconvenient. For Broken Breast and Sore Nipple...

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. — 16 February 1888

8 SCALY, ITCHY SKIN And all Scaly and Itching Skin and Scalp Diseases Cured by Cutioura. nPenriasls. Eczems, Ttter, Rlngworri, I.lrhen, Pruritus bcsli H",1 Mllk l-f's'.'Uandrulf. l!r tHTs', I) .ksr , Oruearj' and VasliTwoman'e lb n, and everv species i( Itching, HarntnK, Scalv, firnply Huram af the Hkln and Scalp, with Loss of Hair, ere Instantly rellevi-d and speedily cured by C'utmi'BA, the Ureat Skin Core, and Curicua s'up, an eiinislu fckin beautller externallv, and C'UTicmu Insolvent, the new Blood Puilflr, In lernally.when physicians enJ all other remedies tall PSORIASIS, OR SCALY SKIS. I, Jshn J. Case, D. D. 8., saving practiced dea Ustry in this county for thirty-are yesra, and being well known to thousands hereabouts, with a view to help any who are afflicted as I have been for the past twelve years, testily that the Curirviu fin he dim cured me of Psoriasis, or Scalv skin, in elisht days, alter the dm tore with whom I hd con sulted gave me no help or encouragement. Nkwtok....

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. — 23 February 1888

t AUSTIN WEE TATE VOL VXll. AUSTIN. TEXAS THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23 188a N014 jKJLY SMAN HI. rl I f i f ". ' ' i 4U .4 i i THESTATE. Progress of the Noted Rogers Case in East Texas Wit nesses Examined. Winter, the Brute Who Maltreated Rosa Schmidt, Summarily Discharged. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Athens, February 21. The examination of witnesses in the Rogars-O'Donnell oase progresses rapidiy. The gist of the testimony shows bo far, that Rogers and O'Donnell had a personal diffi culty a year before the fatal night; that they subsequently made friend; that on the night Rogers was sent for to arrest O'Donnell, who had a pistol and was beating old man Lafeyn op with it, Rogers went to the scene, and intended to pnrsnade O'Donnell to give np his pistol and submit to arrest. O'Donnell refused, and told Rogers he would sarrender to nobody, and that if he ooold shoot faster than him to try it. O'Donnell then started off. Rogers grabbed at him, whirled his pistol, and the shootiDg began...

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. — 23 February 1888

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXA8. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. I. A Ri.im. I'retldent T. I'htub, - Vlcs-Prwldi-nt Pittok Bkowm, - brretarj W. K. Utubr, General ui(t 100,000 COPIES. Special Immigration Edition of The Statesman. Tbk Statehmih is now preparing, and, boot the last of February, will issue a special immigration edition of 100,000 copies. It will be the most accurate and complete .compendium of general infor mation about Texas that has ever been published. It will embrace exhaustive re ports of oor public and private lands, state and county school landf, and school facil ities; our agricultural, livestock, com mercial, mineral, manufacturing and other induHtrial resources. While this edition will be a state paper, we propose giving oouoty and local affairs carefnl and de tailed attention. Our facilities enable ns to make a full and accurate exhibit of the conditions of the state and of the counties as they actu ally exist, which cannot be duplicated by any other agenoy in ...

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. — 23 February 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23 1888 u i V t '- i! u ti V J," H h J i t i CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Carried Off the Prizes. At the Mardi Gras mask bull given by the Fienoh Union, Mr. Frank Tobin and wife carried off the prize for the best and most elaborate dress, and Mr. Thos. V. Baohanan and wife for being the most shabby and tramp-like. Bev. D. Wallace. Rey. D. Wallaoe, aged 69, who was bk.-ned to death abont a week ago in a oedat brake twelve miles above the oity, was a Virginian by birth. He was an elder in the Christian obnroh, and was respected and esteemed by his neighbors. He lived for a long time on Ball creek. He was subjeot to epileptio fits, and it is supposed he fell into a brush fire while cutting ont and clearing a new county road. Will Convey the People. Mr. M. Paggi, realizing that daring the great drill there will be a great demand for desirable and speedy conveyance to the grounds, has inaugurated a plan to pnt a small steamboat on the...

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. — 23 February 1888

JUDOS TOWNKS ACCEPTS. Jndire John C. Townes bas signified to the governor his willingness to accept the anoointment to the jodgeenip or wis ju dicial district This intelligence will be pleating new to all, for hie appointment to succeed Judge aiaer in me'K the heartiest commendation of the bar of this district, as well a of other parts of the atate. It will be remembered that Jodge Tonnes lately was widely and strongly recommended by the bar of the state for appointment by the (overnot to a position on the commission of appeal, and, doubtless, the high endorsement he then received at the bands of his profe sional brethren explains the commend able promptness with which Governor Ross determined that Judge Townee was the man pre-eminently qualified to be a worthy successor of Judge A. 8. walker. ALIEN LAND 0WNE1M. It in estimated there are over twenty million aores of lands in the United (Hates held by persons residing in and belonging to foreign countries. This vast quantity of domai...

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. — 23 February 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23 1888 5 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. . An ArtesianJWell. Mr. J. P. Griffin, of this city, who has a ranch near Cedar Valley, about eighteen miles northwest of the city, informed a Statesman reporter that he bored an ar tesian well on his plaoe and straok an abundanoe of pure water at a depth of 128 feet. The water Hows from the month ot the well, which is six inches in diame ter, and will be ample for stock purposes for miles around. Mr. Grillio is of the opinion that artesian wells here in the oity can be had at very little expense. Work of a Buzz Saw. Mr. Charlie Siginsin, the stage carpen ter at Millett's, was down at the cap tain's planing mill yesterday morning, and monkeying aronnd a festive buzz saw, it successfully got in its work, and Mr. Siginson went home minus two of his fingers. With the exception of a re gretful look at the innocent sportive little buzzer, he bore np manfully and submitted graoef ully to the mutila...

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. — 23 February 1888

V'tliilllW ll "tllir i wW J i :l 'I I i 'i .: : i AUSTIN WEEKLY statesman. THUKSDAY. FEBRUARY 22 1883 o i m' i NO FEE I ESTABLISHED 1861 I 811 UNTIL BUIfB. f St. Louis, Mo. LocurtSt The Regular om-Establlsbea PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON ' It still Treating with the Greatest SKILL and SUCCESS T- 'JATiIili fa 'J, Mm ' .Urn VAI llfPlirU who by their own acts ol ILfUIIuMtN Imnmdxnoeor FoUt fuffer from Nervoul Debility, fcxliaustinf; drains upon the PounUlna of Life, affecting Mind, Body and Manhood, ihould consult the Celebrated DR. CLARKE at once. Reroemberl Nervous diseases (with or without dream)or debility and lou of nerve power treated scientifically by new method with never-failing tucceti. iimni pJrrniiru n find the p. 1 ranigreaiiont, IndiicreiionsorOver Brain Work, may consult with the assurance of Speedy Relief and a Permanent Cure, il withinreachol Human Skill, n f Vs B aril who suffer from weaknesses will find ULUIYiL.ll immediate Relief and Comfort, and in n.Miiy oscs a permanent...

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. — 23 February 1888

JLUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 23 1888 7 iwfflBBmgga Hemorrhages. KSs None, r from any cause is speedily con trolled ana slopped. Sores, Ulcers Wounds, Sprains & Bruises. It lb cooling, cleansing and Ileuling. fofupph I' ia most efficacious for this jHiai III, diseaso, CoU in tliu Hoad.&o. "Pond'lEilract Catarrh Cure," specially prepared to meet serious cases. should be applied with Pond's Kx tract Nasal Syringe, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, No other preparation lias cured morj cases of those distressing complaints than the Extract. Pond's Extract Plas ter is invaluable In these diseases, Lum bago, Fains in Back or bide, &c eria. Sore Throat. Use the Extract promptly. Delay is dangerous. uiiua,iiieediig or Itching. It f Is the greatest known rpmodv; mn- idly curing when other medicines have laueu. roiKi's Extract Ointment is of great service where Oio removal of clothing is inconvenient. For Broken Breast and Sore Wipples.havrso used The Kxtract will never be with...

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. — 23 February 1888

SCALY. ITCHY SKIN And all 8caly and Itching Skin and Scaln Disease Cured bj Cuticura r nS ll: Dandruff. Bar- bsra l!iicM . Oncers" and Vaeli-rwomau s IK Q, MdJverv . W l'hlnir, Rurnlng. Scaly, m, Iu.m.Mf lh.Skin .n.l Heal,,. ith Loss iii II . ir are l':l"tlr rellevrd and spwdilT cured I t iitii i ba. the Great Kkln Cure, and Citici b Hmp m,lw fUn lleantlier external!, and CitiiVh Kk"I.vbnt, the new Blood Purifier, In ternaily.when pb)stiians an i all other remedies fail PSORIASIS, OK SCALY SKIN. I, Jhn J Case, I) D. H., bavin practiced dea Ustry in ihlrt county for thirty-live years, and being well known to thousands hereabouts, with a view to belli any who are afflicted a I have been for the past twelve yeaia, testify that th- tiTirciu Hxmkdiks cored me of !'irlitsa, or St alv hki-i, In eight days, aftr the do tors with whom I b .d con enlied gave nie no hslp or enc iirsifniwnt. NkwtoN, N.J. JOHN J CA-iE, l. D. 8. DISTRESSING ERUPTION. . Y.mr t'tTKCiiA Rkhmhks perforin-d a wonder f...

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 March 1888

I MJSTIN WEEKIiY TATE I VOL XVII. AUSTIN. TEXASTHURSDAY. MARCH 1 .1888 ISO- 14 SMAN. n ay tt,t 'an. lot aca hu ll, f. B ud iea ad- I i : i ik; - -v n t :i 1 U 'I ? THE-STRIKE. It Extends to the Engineers on the Chicago and Rock Is ' land Railway. Statement ot Arthur, Chief of the Brotherhood of Engineors The Mail Service. Kansas Cut. Februrry 28. List even iu ( the Rook Island allowed some loaded f r light cars from the Burlington road to be switched into the Rock Inland yard and attaohed to the latter's freight train, with the apparent intention of helping the fiarlington in its fight with the Brother hood of .Engineers. When the Rook is In ad engineers disoovered what bad been done they became furious, and promptly Vijootted their own oompany by putting every engine into the round honse, aud abandoning them, leaving a goore of 1 eight trains on the track, Tbe firemen Joined in the movement and the result is total tie np of the Rock Island freight ttifno at this point for thn time ...

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 March 1888

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUBT1N, TEXAS. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. I A Finn prwldent U. T iU.'r. - VIce-FreMdent r-irrox I)iio. ,ml W. It. 1Uut, - General 41 anipr TIIEKE WH.L UK NO CALLED SESSION OF THE LKGISLATUltE. This mnoh moot. d question of whether or not there will be a called session of ttie legislature may be pot filially to rent in the negative. No good and subt-tautial reason can be found why there should be tooh a session, bat on the other hand every argument is against an extra session. The cry has beju that, as thbre is a hendsome Borplns in the treasury, the people should now be relieved of some of the burdens of taxation. Bat if the legislature were to meet npon this one iesne, bow would they determine itf How much, if any, would they lessin the rate of tax ation, ond wonid it be to an amount appreciable by the people of the state f Could they lessen the rale ma terially, and jet provide against con tingencies that mny arise and sharply de mand a return to the present i...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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