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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 29 March 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STA1 dSMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 29 1S8S 4 TAX SALE. - s a 1 1 3 f " 1 5 25 12 10 77 42 B 2 00 1 00 8 20 20 E 7 50 3 75 12 0 1 23 2!5 1 02 81 2 (iO 5 l'3 80 4') 1 28 i 48 2 50 1 25 4 00 7 75 8 77 8 61 8 91 18 35 1 00 Mi 16) 3 10- 75 D 23 88 10 93 35 50 ID 81 8 25 18 1 40 4 78 - 1 30 05 S (8 4 OS 25 '3 40 78 .. .. 25 12 411 77 37 19 00 1 Id 80 411 1 28 2 48 No. of Lot OWNEK i3 UllltilNAL GlUSTEE Citv on Town a. w O 9 IN ACCORDANCE with an act of the Legislature of the State of Texas, approved March IS, 18fl, and also an act proved April ', 1887, notice is hereby given that the State arid County taxes for the year 1887, on the following described al estate, situated in Travis county, Texas, being duo and unpaid, I have this day levied upon the same, and will sell said real "tate or so much thereof, as may be necessary to pr.y the taxes ao J outs due theraon, for cash, to the highest bidder, at pnblio ..' r.., nt ih nnnrt h..v, clror. in Trt.vU ennnrr. Ditv nf Anstin. on the f...

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 March 1888

KWrfiiiiiinwmimm inrini'-iiiri'auwJii i vo: Mori xs:i rrnS7 MARCH 1, It TEXAS BY KA.IL. t:; ;r.-HLts Culled Froa . - 7 ;. I -IC f t" " r- v nil - ,-.. o! ll'" !'-,.'!n .1 . r . a! K"' - ; ' I'd . . t ,i f i -m . Will .. I r v.. Ill III ' ,-,-. or . -. ; c an' . lib ... ...--..! Ml 1 -:.'.in vll .it... Ill I'l.'l'li' I 1" .a-1 I- ,-..! .!;.. )'! . nil ECZEMA 4 E ' T X-' f r' v-"' J"t '' l.p f ir-ts'-iro. , .. . .. , .,., .r hat lf . I" .j tx w t.i-t: .- ..;,- . 11. :t' '.: - u.l all' -.lit. ..!:: ' tu a.-:..- It-.-d id!'- A Ts .; of -t-.rtl.V- iii t :it c-.ir .iu.':..' V. PURL ; '1 ' I I I i I.e .:rc Jut till ry j I t n'ort h: a ; ... . Ci:n- ! - I V u u. j IrKi-H J. It- r ,1. 1 ' ! :1 IX K M A- t.U.t-w r L" it.'tiii J-' a' - ;-"w ill ---" j i t- i.-'-K' i. c : a v ... PIM . - i i l L'.L t. ! 1.1 !....-'.. ..... 1 II. TIM "H HK till' d -,,1M.' . .,,1. :-MUI 1.1:': Choking Catarrh. ilL-'f ''"I BV UiC'II"! t"'lH (; i:"'l HI' ttriw uu. t"mitc 'i'""1' ..:!Wi.i. ' n I"11 "' ;:i ,:.i r.-iU...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 29 March 1888

TAT yOL, XYII. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MORNING MARCH 29, 1S3S. PAGES, 9 TO 12. . NO. 18 AUSTIN W 111 V 'ESMAN. THE BEAN CASE More Mysterious Than Ever The Case Up on Trial For Administration. A New Set of Claimants This Time From Far Off New Jersey. .Special Telegram to the Statesman. Honeam, March '-'!. The inuch talked of, notorious Tom Bean ouse was called in the district com t to-dty. Lawyers,wituess6B and claimants from all parts of the United Stales were present. Tne esse was cn trial for administratorship, on appeal from the lust term of court, booked V. W. Russt 11 vs. P. Howard. In the county court trial Howard was granted lettors of tdmiiiibtration tn evidence of relation to the deceased mil iouairo. Iu this trial Howard was opposed b.V W. W. Russell, merchant of this place, who based his claims to administer estate upon tho 'fact of teing a leputable citizen and a disinterested party, and being urged to eonti st Howard's rights by another set of claimant. By agreement, t...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 29 March 1888

10 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXAS. Twelve Pages. ON TJTIIE SOI Til V. yv The Austin committee that waiteJ on President Lott of the Aransas Paxs ral- i- ml ill Sa'i An ouio lHst waek, received at his hands most c rartcou treatment. Iut they also Warned from him mine very i.lniii and uointed thin''. 1 hey Wure I r ... told tlmt if the railroad l.nil'. to our city, i would ooiae here not (or the li't!e bus: ritm AuMin w mid fnrtiish it. nu. f. r the luilioad connection it would find here or wou'd secure for the city. That .yateiu wants an on'let to the norlli ever the St. Louis. Arkansas and Texas n.ilrod. It ha for mime time been considering the feasibility of c instruct ing a line fur to the astof lie. n; t' Brazo Valley through Chiii run mid ( u to Waco, where it would connect with the at. Louis, Ar kansas and Texus. The linn for a part of this distance has been graded, but if AusHn and the oouutry between here mid Yoakum will now promptly accept the terms olfered by President Lott...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 29 March 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MARCH 29 18S8 Jl A BOMB Thrown Into the Texas Traffic Association Camp. Attorney-General Hogg After the Texas Pool Suit Instituted to Break Up the Com bination. ; T.ie Stat A Texas y. In Travis County District ! the liuif, Colorado Court, at Austin, Texas, 'and Santa 1-e Itiiilwav : Company, et at To the Honorable r. U. Townes, Judae nf the lis trict Court of Travis County. Now comes the state of Texas, by and through her attorney-general, James S. Hogg, he aoting under and by virtue of the constitution and law-t of said state, complaining of the eight railway orpo rations, hereinafter styled defondaats, most respectfully reprsseuti, charges and begs leave to show: First That the Golf, Color Mo aud Santa Fe Railway company is a railroad corporation duly incorporated anil or ganized under the laws of this state, and is doing business and has its. principal office in the couity of Galventon. That W. Snyder is the president and general manager, and J....

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 29 March 1888

12 Capital Prize, 13n,00O. "We do berly certify vise ihe mrranirementB tvt nri On irtcrlv Ittawln,' that - nper all the Shiitblv of the. U'Ul ana State Lottery L'orr.j.aey, ami In tier n ". A mntil tV A llrKH'lllLII thIll)lVt. "! that the awn are coninctwl with honesty, fal.ricea and In r.d faith t'ard ail parlies, and we "''';'; ie the Company to cm thin certificate, wit i fac n'milea of our signatures attached, in I" vert.femente." COMMIsMONKItS. We.Uiennilersl.'Ued lanssand hank.r. wlll pay !l prizes drawn In the Louisiana Mate Liute lee which may In- presented at our counters. ( i K M V T MSI, KY, I re. Louisiana Nat l I'.ank; V LNAI'X, I'ree. S'uW National Hat; k: a' MM l)Vt IN, Hres. New Orleans National Hank; CAHI. koll.N, free. I uli'n National Hank. 1 TV.KFTIIKX'I Kl A I TI!A TIOV ' 1 J ( I It A M I M-ION' llMIIIIIUiKII Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated in 1st. for i'. years tpy the Leelela turn fur Kiliicathwal and (,'harltalile purposee, ltli a cut.ltal of I,ki...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 5 April 1888

AUST WEEKLY E8M AUSTIN. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MORNING APRIL 5, 1S88.-PAGES. 1 TO 8. NO: 19 YOL. XYII. IN STAT t IMMIGRATION. Meeting of the Executive Commit tee and Their Proceedings. Money Necessary. A Dallas Defalcation Fatal Fall. A Tramp Killed Petro i leum Discoveries. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Tyleb, March 30. Crude petroleum has been discovered about two and one half miles northeast of this oity, on land owned by H. H. Rowland. It has accumu lated in noticable quantities in holes dug, and the find has ereated much specula tion as to how it will pan out. Those who have seen it express the belief that it exists in paying quantities. Parties in terested will oommenoe experiments at onoe. If it should prove valuable, it is very favorably looated, and oould be piped to this oity very easily, as it is on a higher elevation. General Roadmaster T. Oronnin and Division Roadmaster G. L. Rogue, of the International and Great Northern railway, are in the city, making arrangements for...

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. — 5 April 1888

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AU8T1S. TEXA8. Twelve Pages. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, i a Kins Prwld-nt KATES OF bUHSCIlll'TlON. Dill.T. Ooe Year (lavsrlably In dvnc).... t1? J Six months " " ' 2 5 Tbw months " ' ' f OnemoBth 1 " ll'MIur DilLT. . ia m Twelve months 'l 8ix months " WEKKI.V. Hlx months i'ji Twelve months A Postsue free te all parts of the United States and Canada. , . Remit by draft on Austin, P. O. "er portal note, roistered letter or express. Sample copies sent free on application. " ANNOUNCEMENTS. F' rlHmntTToirNEY-I am a demo craUc candidate for "'""'Yo'.ML&.cwaht. THE EXTRA SESSION. Since recent events, including the pay ment of the Texas claims by the federal government, have created not only theoo- ihlff. the necesH.ty of a called session, probably no more oppor tune time coold have been selected tlmn the lfith proximo, on the eve of the com pletion and reception by the state of the finest, moat Imposing granite capito' building in the world. The assembling of the p...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 5 April 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. APRIL 5 1888 THESTATE. Sensational Incidents Throughout Texas The East Texas Murder. Testimony of the Only Witness to the Aflair Suicide at Sher man. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Athens, Maroh 81. The telegram yes terday was a statement of Fines in regard to the Lawrence killing.whioh ooourred on March 28. To-day we give the evidenoe of the only witness to the killing, whioh is Lawrence's wife. She testified at the inquest held that her husband and herself were riding by where Fines was at work, when her hnsband asktd: "I wcnder where Fines is; I wonld like to know if he wouldn't take a drink with me," and at that moment Pines rose np from the fence -corner with a gnn in hand. Witness saw Fines was going to shoot, and whipped her horde between Fines and Lawrenoe. Fines etrnck the horse with his gun, knocking it away, and fired at Lawrenoe, killing him instantly. Mrs. Lawience said to Fines: "Yon have killed my hns band now, and you ought not t...

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. — 5 April 1888

CITY AM) COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Must Move Out. The hide men who want to core green hides or poison dry ones after July 1, will hare to go out of the city limits t do so or pay a fine. Won the Medal. Last night Mr. C. J. Martin won the medal of the Terns Rifles, for being the best driller of the day in the compBiiy. He has now received it twice. A Probable Candidate. It is rumored that Judge Kogene Wil liams, of Waco, will become a candidate for the office of attorney-general, and that his formal announcement will shortly be made. District Court. In this court yefterdny, Judge Townes presiding, the following proceedings were The State vs. Wash Tinnin, colored, robbery, verdict guilty, twelve years. A Spanish Scholar. Mr. Joe Costa, one of the oldest, and among the most eflieient clerks ia the comptroller' office, is also a splendid Spanish scholar, and is constantly being called on to translate Spanish letter and official documents. Bold Zouaves. The Stoddard Rilles have chan...

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. — 5 April 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRILS) 1S8S OMINOUS. A Great Legal Battle Over School Landa. the If Successful, Stupendous Gains to a Stup3ndous Fund Will be the Result. The Whole Land System of the State to be Turned Topsey Turvey and Thrown Into Dire and Cranky Confusion. Eight days to a day this very inoruin' a Statesman reporter was standing ou the Avenue in front of Dr. Tobiu'e. It was a very quiet morning, and verj few people were on the usually busy, bustling thoroughfare, and the reporter was wondering where he would turn to find a real newsy item. As he stood musing and watching the emuke from the great chimney at the Driskill form into fantastic shapes as it rolled in great eddies over the top of the buildings, he felc a touch on the thoulder. Turning, the reporter saw a familiar face. It was that of a gentleman well baown. , "Want an item," he said. "If you do, I'm your man," and he eyed the news gatherer with a suggestive, knowing look, betokening more than he cared ...

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. — 5 April 1888

CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. Foil In a Fit. Yesterday about nojn a young man named Frank Hunoer fell In a fit at the corner of West Sixth street and Colorado. As he fell hU hea 1 f truok the ooroer of a box and wis painfully cnt. He was car ried to his ho ne. Allianoe Exchange. The Farmers' Allianos ban abandoned th i projeot of ereoting buildings thH yoar, ana have leiscd a lot near the Cen tral depot, whern they will handle cotton. They will Bpply lo the text regu'ar session of the legislature to lease them tie square on East Fifth street for ninety nine years. Old Alabama. V. C. Lonrd, Leesburg, Ala., writts: My little babe, ten months old, was almost dying from teothing; gave it Dootor Big ifer.V Huckleberry Cordial. The happiest result followed. Every home thould have it. Laid To Eost. The funeral of Mr. Edwin S. Deffen bangh last afternoon was impressive and solemn. The Austin Typographical Uoiou No. Iil8 buried him, assisted by Protec tion Lodge No. 61, Knights and L...

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. — 5 April 1888

AUSTIN WEE&LY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 5 1888 7 m mm t.1 NO FEE ESTABLISHED 1 85 1 1 811 St. Louis, Mo. I Locust St UNTIL BETTER. The Regular Old-Establlshea PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Is still Treating with the Greatest SKILL and SUCCESS Fnlltr suffer from Nervous Debility, xhausting Drains upon the Fountains of Life, affecting Mind, Body and Manhood, should consult the Celebrated DR. CLARKE at once. Remember! Nervous diseases (with or without dreams) or debility and loss of nerva power treated scientifically by new methods with never-failing success. MIDDLE-AGED MEN &"Si? ss Transgressions, IndiscretionsorOver Brain Work, nay consult with the assurance of Speedy Relief and a Permanent Cure, ifwithinreach of Human Skill, fll T lUlTM "ho suffer from weaknesses will find ULU illLil immediate Relief and Comfort, and in many cases a permanent cure. F-The terrible poisons of Syphilis and all bad blood and Bkin diseases, completely eradicated with, out mercury. 49 Remember that this...

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. — 5 April 1888

EVERY SIGHT I SOOTHED by the Cuticura Beinedies. i ,i.r to tell von of tli extrairnlrmry 'r'Ll'nlmT. it " niL ol.t . I ..-r 10 r i;W. ,H , h notl H' ' " 1,11 """" ""' '""r ,V"i Uh"uliin I would k at.li every nlul.t iiumI I "hen the n-xt mailt the ;. Mnii J ,13, Jm'wIiIIh. 'ere iH-mtrh.il IT i!.n. In X lVi on"";! ll. the ..-.or. In t.t lint without ni l. Afar uivl II "P " tl"i"' r,t w' pilV r i.lV.Mt your . . Tin in ltH-ii ik-. r bM tl.-m from my ""'"V"' s'mos linin-.llKl relief. ' i-""1 ""'"T the scaly eruption tr.dm.ry .1" l-t.-t nn. I npi.Pi.red one l.y on-, and h,,VH , " I p - i.wltlie disease tl,irl-pn "'"n'h ' , " weeks wa entirely . tired. .V"'?;" nd psorlaMs. 1 recommend. dtfp T " ' ' iiiks to all in my vicinity, untl I kn "'-' many win liave t ken tlie..., and tl i k .... -miip .iuIic with scaly eruption? 1 'H , ' "'L o bodies I cannot expn-s.i In wore." t ie think u t"r wl.a.il.e ;i-Ti!riu 1 ''Vip, i.." m m My hodi was covered with w.le, ami I as .wf J rpp'tar... to hPho.'d...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 5 April 1888

IT ATI -At JLXl VOL. XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MORNING APRIL. 5, 1S88.---PAGES 9 TO 12. NO. 19 AUSTIN WEEKLY ESMAN H1LLSB0RQ. Derailment of, a Missouri Pacific Freight Train Engineer Instantly Killed. Smith Re-elected Mayor of Hous ton Over Scherffius and Johnson by 1,000. Special To'egram to the statesman. Hillbbobo, April 2. Last night at 10:40 o'clock the second section of 613 freight train on the Missouri Paoifio railway, going south, wag derailed one-half mile sooth of here, at a point where the public road orosses the railroad track. The en gine, and four oars loaded with coal, were derailed. The engineer, O. C. Holmes, was instantly killed, and the fireman and one brakeman braised, but not seriously. , When the pilot, or oowoatoher, of the en gine reached the crossing it caught in the plank of the crossing, and the engine ran some 100 yards tearing up the track in a fearful manner, when it and four oonl oars were derailed in a cut. The fireman, although earnestly entreat...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 5 April 1888

10 "WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXAS. Twelve Pages. WE aro muth'TlzMl to annoonc" lln. ( W (iluscnrk, f (ieori-etown, bo a tleniiwrailr candidate fut state eniUor vt the Twenty-fourth dleti let. DEPARTMENT KEPOKT-S. The Statesman is now publishing the most complete report of the daily triios- Mi,t. nnil nfTuMRl rulings of the state departments of any paper in Texas. We deira to call the attention f connty Offioers cspeoially to these reports, which they.will always find aoonrate and reliable, in The Weekly Statesman. Every county officer in Texas should subscribe for The Weeelt Statesman. Subscription price only f 1 25 per ye"- ALLEGED OUTRAGES OK THE BTJKEIW. So long as the railroad strikers con fined themselves to a peaceable "plan of campaign" there was no doubt thoy would be backed by a large share of publio mmmithv. This was the case in Terns ' j i i daring the great southwestern strike, led by Martin Irons, two or three years ago, But when, after the failure of argument to oarr...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 5 April 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY. APRIL 5 1888 11 CITY AND COUNTY. FBOM TUESDAY S DAILY. , Will Give Right-of-Way. Mr. Ed. Haigler aud o"her owners of large tracts of land t outh of the city, say they will oheerfully donate ngnt 01 way through their property Pass railway. for t'ae Aransas A Sushing SpriQg, The county force has been cutting down the hill on the avenue south of the city. Sunday morning a spring broke out where the road had been dug down, and it threatens to flood things generally. The water flows from the bank oa the Tight of the road, and makes its egrets at a point about u foot below the surface. The Weather. The following is the monthly report for March,1888, as reported by O. Samostz, of the United States signal eervioe: Rain fall for the month, 2.4'J; number of diys on which rain has fallen, 8; highest ther mometer during the month, 78 degs.; low est thermometer during the month, 40; average thermometer during the month, 60.58. - Wrong Impression. ' A gentleman,...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 5 April 1888

12 The First Symptoms Of all Lung lisenses are much the same : feverislmess, loss of appetite, guru throat, pains In the chest ami hack, headache, etc. In a few days you may be well, or, on the other hand, you may he down with I'licumonia or " galloping Consumption.'' Hun no risks, hut begin immediately to take Ayer's Cherry I'ectorul. Several years ago, James ISirchard, of Darlen, Conn., was severely ill. Tha doctors said ho was in Consumption, and that they could do nothing for him, hut advised hiui, as a last resort, to try Ayer's Cherry Tectoral. After taking this medicine, two or throe months, lio was pronounced a well man. His health remains good to the present day. J. S. Bradley, .Maiden, Mass., writes : " Three winters ago I took a severe cold, which rapidly developed Into Bronchitis nnd Consumption. I was so weak that I could not sit tip, was much emaciated, nnd coughed incessantly. I consulted several doctor, hut they were power less, and all agreed that I was in Con sumpt...

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. — 12 April 1888

TATESJ VOL. XYII. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MORNING APRIL 12, 1S88.---PAGES 1 TO 8. NO. 20 AUSTIN WEEKLY S I,1 .1, ) s i r HEMPSTEAD. Terrible Tn0i3y-Deputy Sberiil Chambers Swooys Down cn a Ccrrrspon-ilcat. Shoots at Him, But the Scribbler Lays Him Out, a Cold Corps9. Special To egrara to the .statesman. Hempstead, April 4. This afternoon Steve Alohin shot and instantly killed Dick Chamber?. In the melee Alohin re ceived a shot in (he thigh which is serious, but not fatal. In the last issue of the Advance Guard, the county paper, there was a communication under a nom de plume which was somewhat ttringent on - certain county officers. The sheriff of this oounty, T. S. McDade, thought it too severely, and Dick sheriff's son-in law and np the nutter and Captain Alsbnry the editor, and demanded the author's name, which wai, at the tirce, refused, but was afterwards communicated to the sheriff or his deputy. ' They hunted Alohin, the author, up and demanded a retraction, which was refuse...

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. — 12 April 1888

. - "WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN. TEXAS. Twelve Pages. STATESMAN PFBLISUINtt COMPANY. L. A. EM.W, ,., tfA'" III T. J'kvoh, - ice-i're nld-nt pBTTOB BiinwN, - Hjrreuiry W K. IUkht, General Buipr RATES OF BUHSCIUITION. UAii.r. Oie Yesr (Invariably In sdvunco) H i months " " " Tare months " " " Oae month " " " SUNDAY MAILT. Telve months B.x muntlia ..f 10 00 a Ml . .VI .. 1 1 u) WEKKI.r. Blx montha TaIva mi.nlliA IS, FnnUut free to all part, of the United Statea and Canada. . lfc-mll by draft on Austin, P. O. money order, p tl note, reentered I""-' ' express. Sample copies aent free on application ANNOUNCEMENTS. :rruTNTincTrviTOHNKY-I am a demo P craUc candidate for district attorney. Jo II. bTEWABT. WE are authorized to announce Hon. (eo. W. (ilaeacock, of (ieoryetown, an a democratic candidate for atite senator of the Twenty-fourth diet: let. COLORADO PLEADS TUB CAUSE OP TEX AS. Texas ia not nlone Interested in n dojp water port on her Onlf coast, aa is evi denced by the resolution latel...

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