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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 May 1888

TATESMAN. HH VOL. XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 3 1S88. PAGES 1 TO 8 NO. 23 MJST W jKLY REPUBLICANS. m Filial Adjournment of the State Eepublioan Convention at Fort Worth. Tho Kind of Platform Adopted and Other Resolutions. Delegates to Chicago. .Special Telegram to the Statesman. Fobt Wobth April 26. The rt publi- can Btate convention reassembled this morning at a o'clock. Hon. Websier i!"lir;agan of Rusk was made permanent ohbi -Bian and Mr. J. C. Martin of Fort Worth permanent secretary. M. Flanagan iu his spi-tch of acoept- illv. said he believed the 13000(1 demo- emtio majority in Texas would be wiped out. 1 t e committee on platform and reso- lutions made their report which was Adopted. The platform lavors a renewal of allegiance to the principles of the repi'blican party ratifies the priuoiplea of i he national platform of 1884; condemns the Iree trade doctrines and sentiments expressed in the president's message; t'avuvs a tariff for protection; de- mands a foil ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 May 1888

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. BTATKSMA.N Ft'BLJsm.NU COMPANY. I a Flu. ?f'l!nt f"TTOM BuiUK W. R. UiMtr Twelve Pages. RATES OK SUIISCKM'TION UAll.T. Ono Yr flBVtrlhMj In tdvsnco;.. hix month " ' Tbrw m'mth " " " One month " " " ii'i i" ... i '" 1 o i wfnr ( D1X UlUUilJW KEKKI.T. r-lx monthi - ... Twelve nv.othi " M free ! I1 pru f the Lnl i1"" 401 po.Ul not firlr-l H'-r r expreM. fcwnUe oilei wnl froe on pp lltuo. ANNOUNCEMENTS. f?OH w'sTKICT ATTOKNEY-I ra t demo- T 1 TE r auth'irixl to nnounce Hon. Geo. W. V OlMacock of OwrfiiWmn f iX-mocrMic tidldte for itu enaior ..I the Twenty-fourth jtoulet. 1b State" is judicially informed that fish will bite better on Sunday than any other day. 1 he boarding house fire in New York night before lint developed the fnct that a step has been taken towards the preven. tion of holocausts suoh an have not un- fteqnent'y occurred during the lift few year. At leust one life was saved by jm.ping into the "fire net" at the confla- Krit ion mentioned....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 May 1888

MJSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 3 1883 3 FLOODED. Tremendous Eains North East and West Rivers Rising. Trains Stopped. The Country Around Pecos City Looks Like a Lake At Other Points. AT GAINESVILLE. Fart of the Town Inundated and Houses Washed Away. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Gainesville April 28. Hie Leaviei-t rainstorm that ever visited north Texas and the Chickasaw nation commenced falling jesterday at 3 p. m and has con- tinned with unt. bated fury up to this hour 6 p. m. All railroad communication is out oil from the east west and north no trains having arrived 6ir.ee early last evening. One mile of track of the Santa ' Fe in the Chickasaw na'ion near Daugh- erty station has been entirely wae-hed away by the Washita river while nearly a land slide from the Arbuckle mountains has oovered up several hundred feet of traok. From what information oan be gathered from the county the crops have already sustained great damages. Fences houses and crops situated in the bot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 May 1888

I I i! is if t.: THE EXTRA SESSION. Full Procecdir.gs of Eoth Il-otises Yestor-iay. EUU and Evolutions Introduce-i and PaAHCd Yesterday Other Matten of Importance. Senate f jr.-. '; i .r-iij in.. . Koii call. Ciorim present prayer t;. the efc. plain. heoator J':.' preent- d p-.t.".ion - HZ for the ertfc'ion of t .e off.': of riologisi. ' Hinator Arr.i-tad rr-sen'd petition j on th uiit heritor JrTiJ f or .r. Sr..'. ;: commit- ; t rpor't1 baik iktit3. f-.r tr.e bill (filing t.o Af.c'j!torl and Ve.;'.an..:a! ' coileg l)Jtti. It tpp'opr :. jj'-j.yi I t folio: U-ttxt.ivnj UUti; -.b'7 L.'l ft TJ. JSSi. .r tr. . It I .0l ! ? - i1 T.P r Ijl.t urrii I r.orrirciitorJ r.cr.aiiicl t'l citil fco- fltun-.TiL. ft'.mtihtf .t.'l ct.-.a..ri U. htrj'.'jr fi.' for Jod:cir7 cor.r.u.'; i N'j-. 1 rj'rt:l fnvoritilj h.Lixtt infix-' j bill r'j o: rlxi kll fjibliis f.Uo A iwiti'-.j t i j b ji J from the tt r;ntr7 arjd pro- bibiti. coarj?7 tr:.'i'jr:r from rcUiiirjjj; In tint jjniioij Ij7 rjrji'ji. H-riVr Ol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MAY 3 1838 CITY AM) COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. More Money. The City National bank yesterday placed in the State treasury another in- stallment of $ 100000 from vYasbington. A New Chairman. Co'onel W ill Lambert has been made chairman of the democratic executive committee of- Precinct No. 3 vice Bon. George L. Robertson resigned. - ' " 7 Grand Picnic. The ''Sons and Daughters of America" a prosperous association of colored folks will give a grand anniversary picnic at "Oley's Grove" on Onion ortek May 3. For the Industrial School. Judge John T. Allan in his will be- queathed to the city of Austin ail of his property for the purpose of establishing an industrial school for boys. An in- ventory of the property is-as follows: Lands 18!W 00 Jiotes Accounts House Uuld furniture anil library. rr.s so ft:i7S 08 51 30 Total 8431)01 1)6 Looking at Texas. The following have registered their names at the immigration headquarters: W. E. Johnson YYellsville P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 May 1888

(i CITY ANlHmiXTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. Adjourned. The United States court adjourned yes erda to meet ngaiu at next regular term of court which is in August. BdinR Graveled. Tir inams nre at work putting li... ct i.nfc li-nilimr to ilia drill grave uii 1 ' ' - - n ground auJ the work will oon be Com- pleted. Big Washes. Reports from the southeast portion of the county we to the tiled tnnt heavy nins have washed and seri.uily Clim- ated whole fields of cotton imd coin. TJ nited States Court. The jury in the case of Paul Tressler vs. Supreme Lodge Knigh's of Honor brought in a verdict yesterday in favor of the plaintiff Mr. 1're.sler. The court nJ- jonrned for th) terra. Caught in a Wringer. While uriiging out cloth(HntDr. lAg-no-ki's Soutn AoH'inm a patent wringer his iifle daughter got her hair between the rollers RDd a great deal of it was pulled out badly tei r ng the scalp and very pain- .fully injur ia the little cue. Governmental. Governor Martin of KausHrt writes Gov- ernor Ro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY MAY 3 1888 7 ame's For The Nervous The Debilitated The Aged ORES Nervous Prostration.Nervous Head. - acne Neuralgia Nervous Weakness rwomcn ana uver Diseases and all affections of tha Kidneva AS A NERVE TONIC It Strengthens and Quiets the Nerves. AS AN ALTERATIVE It Purifies and In riches the Blood. "AS A LAXATIVE It acts mildly but Surely on the Bowels. AS A DIURETIC It Regulates the Kid- Keys and Cures their Diseases. Recommended by professional and businessmen Price $i.oo. Sold by druggists. Send for circulars. tVSLLS RICHARDSON & CO. Proprietor. BURLINGTON VT. IT IS A P URELYVE6ETAB LC'PREPARATION uwrte cii BAKfi N.D0a!re PRICKLY cxLYASH SENNA-MANuRAKE-BuCHU AND OTHER CO.UAUjr EFFICIENT RunEDILS. It has stood the Test of Years Curing all Diseases or the BLOOD LIVEK BTOffi ACH KIDNEYS.BOW- ELS &o It Purines the Blood Invigorates and Cleanses the system DYSPEPSIA.CONSTI- CURES PATION JAUNDICE ALLD1SEASES0FTHE SICKHE AD ACHE BIL LIVER KIDNE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 May 1888

PU R E (DEEMS itasnpvlor excellence prwi in m'lllotn 'lninee for more than a quarter of a century. It li i. t irnliwi States Government. Kndorsec . i.u.iia i.t the Ureal Universities as the -strongest Purest and moot Healthful. Dr. Prlce't '.;reaw Haking Powder does.not contain Ammonia Ume or Alum. Hold only In t'ana. PKICK BAKING I'OWDER CO.. T LOU ft Capital Prize $150000. "We do hereby certify -vise tlie arrangements ftr n at we ml' ull tl: -Monthly oi the bom 1 ami tu irterly Drawing uia Slale Lottery Uon-.par.y and In vera n nanaiD and control tie DmhIiic themselves anil that tU name are conincteil with Imnnatv falm-sa id In cui'il faith toward all parties un.l author Ce the Company to iw tUs ivrtlllra with lac-slmllea of our slgualtires attached in lt a' vert-semente." I OM.MlSHIONEliS. "We .the nnnerslgned banks and hankers will pay -all 1 m rlr.es drawn In thn Louisiana Htnte Lotteilt-s which may lie presented at our counters H. M. WAI.MSI.KY l'rea. Louisiana Nnt'l Hank; jC....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 May 1888

WEEKLY nn VVTESI YOL. XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 3 1S88.-PAGES 9 TO 12 NO. 23 AXJ STIJN FOREIGNNEWS Text of the Pope's Decree Con- demning the Boycott and "Plan of Campaign." Misunderstanding BetweonTurkey and Greece Latest From the German Emperor. ITALY. THE PAPAL DECREE . Rome April 30. The following is a oopy of the papal deoree: "Oa several occa- sions the apostolio bee has given the peo- ple of Ireland whom it has always re- garded with special benevolence suitable admonitions and advice when circum- stances required as to how they might de- fend their rights without injury to justice or the publio peace. Oar Holy Father Leo XIII fearing ltst in the spirit of war- fare that has been introduced among the Irish in the contest between the landlords and tenants and which is commonly oalled the"plan of campaign" and in that kind of sooial interdict oalled "boycotting" aris- ing from the same contests the trae sense Of justice and charity might be perverted has ordered...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 May 1888

11 "WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXAS. " STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. . . K . . Pretldent AT.KPKv;B - VUyU w'That."' ' General? RATES OF SUJiSCKIl'TION T1A1I.T. One Year (invariably In advance) J 10 J blx months Three months " " " One month " " " SUNDAY DAILY. Twelve months fell months in 2 Ml 1 (XI 1 uu WEKKLT. fix months Twelve months $11.75 ... SS Poetaue free to all parts of the United States and H?mlt hT draft on Anuttn. V. O. money order poettl note reentered letter or express oples sent free on ap Ikatlon. Sample Twelve Pages. THE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OK VALUE TO THE STATE. Suppose a geological survey does un- earth precious minerals strewn op and down all the hills and vnlleys of the state suppose outside cnpital then cornea in and boys np those lands suppose these men then develop those resources and grow rich tremendously rich what of it r Has the man who sold the lands been in- jured ? He got his price for them. Granted hn did not know What treasures were nnder the soil he wa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN: THURSDAY MAY 3 1888 10 THE EXTRA SESSION. Continued from Page 4. Senate. Fr m Sunday's Dally. Boll oall quorum present. Prayer by yhe chaplain. Senator McDonald presented a petition from the Reagan Alliance of Lamar oounty asking for a uniform system of text books for public schools to be printed by the state and sold at cost. Senator Glasscook reported favors bly from the committee on education the bill placing Wilson county iu the district sys- tem. Senator Gregg introduced a bill to amend the tax law so as to collect taxes from those who are moving out of the state or disposing of their property. The bill making an appropriation to ereot an orphan nsylom building at Cor eioana was taken up as a special order. Senator Allen a amendment to strike out $10000 and iusert $25000 and Sen ator Claiborne's amendment to the amend ment making the appropriation $50000 offered the other day and were read A lengthy disonssiion followed and the question reonrring on the...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 3 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MAY 3 1838 if' ! if J I ! i ! Si FROM WACO. D smocratic Convention and Heart of Oak Resolutions Intro- duced Coko Eadorsed. iively Times at Laredo A Strika Other Texas News. Pig :Sje.ial Telegram toth Statesman. Waco May 1. The democracy met in convention to day Rt tlie court house. It ia soon evident tliat tlio niau from the forks of tht creekH wih in the mtjjri'y .lad would iiiUueuce tie action of the -convention. The heart of oak plank was the fjuestion of the hou'. Doitur Thomas Moors chrirmnn of the coun'y democracy a Mtroat; prohibitionist cilled tin c .inven- tion to order. General Felix Robert-ton whs niadi chairman. Hoon nfior the convention met there was evidence of a political nglit on tie prohibi ion question especially as Clark and Alexander were reported n mving said tint the prohibit iouii-M would have to eat crow to-dny. This convention .TBS cilled to send d-hgatos to '.lie. statu convention at Fort Worth -where delegat-. s will be e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 May 1888

TI arm a nrnrrio - VOL XYII. AUSTIH. TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. MAY ' 0 1S88.---PAGES 1 TO 8 NO. 24 AC WEEKLY THE STATE. Doings of the Dental Convention at Dallas Addresses and Scientific Papers Read. Horrible Assassination in McLen nan County A Convert Con- fesses a Foul Murder. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Dallas May 2. The State Dental asso ciation was called to order this morning at 9 o'clock Vice-president Bartow in the chair. The following were oho -en as the ex- ecutive committee of the association for the eusuincr vear: H. M. Hunter chair man San Antonio; U. 1 Hummel of Marshall and J. N. Goolsby of Crockett Dr. J C. Story of Dalla.- read a paper on orown and bridge w.rk. Dr. Staples of Sherman read a paper on the treatment of deut il work. Vice-president Bartow then delivered his annual address. Tho association then went into a dis cufsion of the following subjects: Cement iilliiigs plain teeth exposed plugs and cylinder hllings. Dr. N. T. Shields of Galveston; D. S Kill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 May 1888

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. " BT4TSSMANTUlU.lSUI.VCi COMPANY. Twelve Pages. RATES OF feUMSCIWTION. DAii.r. On Year (lavari.bly In uvanc) V ' till months " " ' 2 Throe month. " " " ' One month 1 w' (UN DAY DAI1.T. Twelve month j " SLx montba 1 "J WEEKLY. Six month. Twulvu nrnnlhi . .. 1.S5 Portai:e lree to all part ol the U nited State and CK?rlrit hj draft on Austin P. O money order jm1 note reentered letter or eiiree. Sample oiilea fax tree on app Ucatlon. ANNOUNCEMENTS. riOH IjTsTHICT ATTORNEY I am a demo- X cratlc candidate fur district attorney. Jul II. STEWART. WE are auth rlzed to announce Hon. Geo. W. (UfcKk cf Oeorretown a. a democratic candidate for .tale tenatcr of the Twenty-fourth dlctjlft. 1 lie Iowa democracy in thulr platform adopted yesterday say President Cleve- land's message voices their views ou the tariff question. The scene in the senate in which Voor- hee made Irgalls swallow the lie will go far towards kiltio off the rabid Kansas statesman. The "Bycr.mor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MAY 10 18SS COBDENGLUB. The Tariff Discussion in the House Continued Bland Inveighs Against Protection. "Woodburn ot Nevada Speaks on the Cobden Club and Its Members. FIFTIETH CONGRESS. HOUSE. Washington May 5. The house went into committee of the whole on the tariff bill. Mr. Wlieeler of Alabama concluded his speech began yesterday with an eloquent tribute to the grand era of freedom of the Amerioan republic. Mr. Bland of Missouri replying to Mr. Barrow's speeoh in which that gentleman epokeof the bill as a bantling without an .acknowledged parent critioieed the gentle- man on the other side for not having vir- ility and manhood enough to present a bantling of any character. He bitterly opposed the productive system; denied that it was the cause of the progress of the country and inveighed againtt pools and trusts which he denounced as evils direetly traoeable to a high tariff. As an illustration of the love of republicans for protection he said th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. 3IAY 10 1888 THE EXTRASESSIUN. Full Proceedings of Both Houses Yesterday. Bills and Resolutions Introduced and Passed Yestorday-Othor Matters of Importance. Senate. I From Thursday's Daily J S -note met at i:30 with Lieutenant- govtrnor Wheeler in the chair and a quorum present l'rayorby Doctor Smoot. Senator Jarvio for nuance committee reported favorably a bill appropriating f 35K)0 for quarantine and for a quarantine wharf at Brazos Santiago. The matter was recommitted tothofinMice committee. Senator Jarvis for finance commi'tee reported the bill taxing pedlors and tramps that it lie upon the table for further action. Senator Claiborne introduced a bi'l providing for the erection in the capitol grounds three bronze statues of General Ham Houston Gencrel Stephen F.'Austiu and General Thomas J. Hunk the first to be i n equestrian statue and to not oost over $-..'0000 and the other two sta ues not to cost over l.r000 each. The Frank bill appropriati...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 May 1888

.V '' AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 10 1888 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Governmental. The charter of the Fort Worth Pub lishing and Lithographing company of Fort V orth was hied yesterday with the secretary of etate; capital 100000. In corporators: J. A. Logan J. J. Millioan R. E. Maddox T. O. Evans and W. A Garner. Not So. The report that the Nalle rifles would disband yesterday evening is not troe for that company met and had five file s of i four present yesterday. Captain Nalle says that he intends drilling his company in fatnre morning and evening. A Generous Subscription. The subscription last night of Mr. Gas Wilke of $1500 ta the Sim Antonio tnd Aransas Pass railroad was most liberal and entitles Mr. Wilke to the lusting gratitude of the peop'e of Austin. Added to his former subscription of $3000 this makes his donation to the road $4500. Fell in a Spasm. Yesterday afternoon Dave the little five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Hop- kicb fell into a spasm in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 May 1888

CITY AM ( Ol'NTV. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. Kesignanon fromth9 Luiatic Asy- lum Board. The governor yesterday received" the resigaaiion of Dr. lloward from the La- a ttio nsynm board. The resignation was in x petted but it was accepal by the governo-. At the meeting of the board on Friday the ser-siou was vtry harmoni- ous and nil action was unanimous esc pt that Dr. Howard voted no on the iustnlla- tion of the present matron jnt appointed a that meeting. It is not known what oth-.r cause of dissatisfaction Dr. Howard hu 1 than that. His resignation stated its reason to be that he could no longer continue on the board w'.th satisfaction to himself or use-fulne-H to the state. The governor had uot yet made hu app dutnieut to till the vacancy. No other resignations from the .toard are expected. Austin Public? Schools. The condition of the city public schools to enrollment and attendance for the week ending May 4 18 is as follows: K-Hlllil.. KNW'l.'Mr. A TKSU'U lllL'h W'Ull'll I 1 i"l r Aii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 May 1888

I W For The Nervous The Debilitated The Aged. Medical and scientific nkill has at last solved the problem of the lon(r needed medicine for the ner. tou debilitated and the aired by combining- tLe best nerve tonics Celery and Coca with other effec. tive remedies which actinic (rently but efficiently on the kidneys liver am bowels remove disease restore strength and renew vitality. This medicine is Cnm elerv w ; It nils a rlace heretofore nnoceupM and marks a new era in the treatment of nervous trouble. Overwork anxiety disease lay the foundation of nervous prostration and weakness and exierience has shown that the usual remedies do not mend the strain and iwralysis of the nervous system. Recommended by professional and bubinebs men. Send for circulars. Prioetl.00. Sold by druggists. WELLS RICHARDSON & CO. Proprietors BUKLIKGTON VT. IT A R UFLY VEIaF TABLE PREPARATION I SENNAMANDRAKE-BUCHU AND OTHER C0UAiiy EFFICIENT REMEDIES. It has stood the Test of Years m Curing all Diseases c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 May 1888

l i. I I I I : 1 : i 8 i!?ST PERFECT MAD imi'i"!"' x''ienv uri'M i'i nut m Viim forniTo thvi a quarter of ft century. It li yiieil hv tli. I ' rilt.xl Stales ilovornmcnt. Ii.ndiire5 dy tlm' bends of the Uroat Universities aa t:n? ir.. . Purest mnl m.iBt lli'hltlif il. Dr. Price' s'roa'u linking I - it il""! n -t contain Ammonia Lime or Alum hold only Inlaw. IMiU'B UAK1NO l'OWDKlt CO. BW TOIIK. chicaoo Capital Prize 1 50000. "Wo do hereby wrtlty tint wa ""J"'- vise h rraii'etnniti for a I the Mo.ithly nml yutrlerly lalnc. tli Lou' I ana Htt Lottery t'oinpaiiv and In pern ti mani i.n.1 control the llrawliu" thetueelveH nml tlint the same urn eoniticteil with honesty fairness nml In (ood faith toward nil !rtli itnl we author lz the Company tn w this rertlilcat" w'th fur similes nf our signatures atlai bed. in l' ' vert.pementa." -3 -f V" CdMMIssIONKIvS. (Ve the undersigned burn; and hnnkcre.vvlll pa) V.t nrlr.ei drawn In the Louliaiia M Lotte.lcs which may li presented at oi:r counters...

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