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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 12 April 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. APRIL 12 1888 .4 WASHINGTON. Dead-lock in the House on the Di rect Tax Bill Messrs. Oates and Taylor". The Opposition to the Measure Resorting to Dilatory and Obstructive Tactics. FIFTIETH CONGRESS. BOUSE. Washington, April 7. The honae met this morning at 11:30 in continuation of Wednesday's session. Mr. Taylor, of Ohio, having demanded the regular order, the speaker stated that the pending question was upon the mo tion of Mr. Taylor that the house resolve itself into committee of the whole oa the direct tax bill. Mr. Oates, of Alabama, was immedi ately on hand with a motion for recess ontil 5 o'clock, whioh was supplemented by Mn Weaver, of Iowa, with a motion to substitute 4 o'clook,'and farther supple mented by Mr. Breokinridge, of Arkan sas, with a motion substituting 3 o'olock. The fifth day of the contest was there upon formally opened without signs of weakening on either side. At the conclusion of one roll call, Mr. Oates, of Alabama, inquir...

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. — 12 April 1888

CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Special Confirmation. Bishop Gregg will hold a special con .iin In Kt. David's church on Wed nesday afternoon, April 18. Candidates are requested to notify the rector, either personally or oy man. Not the Man. The colored man, Black, who figured in the distriot conrt the other uy u charge of Bttaling a wagon, was not Prof. T. A. Black (colored), who has oharge of a school a few miles east of the city. For Information. A wife and four children are informed that communications for a newspaper must be accompanied by the namts of the writers, not for publication, but to prevent the people from being imposed upon. Growing Crops. Mr. F. Sneltzer and Ed. Seiders have lost returned from a trip to DeWitt county, and they report corn knee hiph, oottoa up and growing finely and the range in splendid condition and never better at this time of year. Animal Industry Bureau. Mr. O. W. Williamson is an applicant for the poHil ion of an agent on the Animal Ind...

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. — 12 April 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. APRIL 12 1888 5 elery impound For The Nervous The Debilitated The Aged URES Nervoui Prostration, Nervoui Head. cne.weursigia, NervouaWeakness, oromacn ana Liver Diseases, and all affections of the Kidnevn. AS A NERVE TONIC, It Strengthens and Quiets the Nerves. AS AN ALTERATIVE, It Purifies and lunches the Blood. AS A LAXAT,VEi 11 mildly, but lurely, on the Bowels. AS A DIURETIC, It Regulates the Kid neys and Cures their Diseases. Recommended by professional and businessmen. Price $i.oo. Sold by druggists. Send for circulars. WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Proprietory BURLINGTON. VT. HOW TO KISS. The First uaress Must be Quick, Crisp and Elastic. k From the Chicago Times. A kiss is tha seal of affection. Byron valued a kiss by its strength, and meas ured iti strength by ita length, but the measuration of kisses went out of fashion long ago. A kiss U a duett of lips, in whioh a most h ily love may be offered and accepted. To a young man ia the springti...

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. — 12 April 1888

6 i CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. Anniversary Celebration. The fourth anniversary of St. Mary's church will be celebrated to-day. The sermon and solemn ceremonies will be ap propriate to the occasion. Tie Your Horses. Yefturday morning a team was left standing unhitched, and, the hordes Ret ting fr;ghteuol, backed the wagon up on the sidewalk and turned it over. The horses were oaught, preventing fortnir damage. Hitch your horses, and it may save jou a good deal of trouble. now True. Charlie "I'm going to change my boarding house!" Jim "Why so? ' Charlie "Well, we've got a new oook, and nothing is ever dooe." Jim Gracious, then come p.round to my boarding place. Everything is dun there. It's dun when I go in it's nud dun when I leave." v. Nature's Freak. Colonel Blocker, living three miles south of the city, his a oulf three or four days old that is a curiosity in its way. It has two earsou the right side of the head, one of them qnl'e low down. 1 hrough the lower one a full...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 12 April 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 32 1888 7 FEE t ESTABLISHED 851 I 81 I St. Louis, Mo. i Locust St The Regular Old-Established PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Is still Treating with the Greatest SKILL and SUCCESS nprudenceor Follv suucr irom nervous ucuiiiiy .xuausung urains 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 nerve power treated scientifically by new methods with never-failing success. MIDDLE-AGEDMEN s WSHSr Transgressions, IndUcreuonsorOver Brain Work, . may consult with the assurance of Speedy Relief and a Permanent Cure, ifwithinreach of Human Skill, fll ft MirM wno suffer from weaknesses will find ULUiYlLlI immediate Relief and Comfort, and in many cases a permanent cure. S- The terrible poisons of Syphilis and all bad blood and skin diseases, completely eradicated with, out mercury. J- Remember that this one horrible disease, if n...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 12 April 1888

1 EVERY KIGHT I SMUTCHED TTtii h. sum was raw. Body covered .i. ltka BDots of mortar. Cured WltU " by the Cutloura Hemedu-s. I .m eolne to Ml yon ot the extraordinary ?..,. i-.ti. itha HKMtnir.t Mrfrinl " ik.,,i ih. fir-tot Aiirll last I notiod some rpdnlmpl-" likscomtng out a I ovr my ImhIjt, b.it thm ifht nothinir of it until m Mm- lator on. when It b-iran M look Ilk- )o( of mortrV)"tt on ann widen came off la layers, arr.imianM with itching. I would ciahli evry nlL'ht iiiuil 1 wh raw, llien the next night the fraltn, liflng m I ...... .u-lill.. jrn wmti-hprl off aaln. in ain (1M 1 roDSiilt all the il.x-U.rs In the country, hut without ul I. Af'er giving m all h.M-a of re cover , I happened to aee an a'Kertlsfiii-nt in tu newspaper about your ( ltii i iia Keukkim, ann piir-has-d them from my druggist, ami obtained almost Immediate relief. I wgan to notl.e that the scaly eruptions gradually dropped ..ft and aie appeared one by or.e, and have been f ully ' lnul the disease thirteen ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 12 April 1888

MAN. JLl! VV pj r b j n vol: xyii. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MORNING APRIL 12, 1S88.---PAGES 9 TO 12 NO. 20 A, 1 THE STATE. Waco Wirehngs-East Texas Medi cal Association Alleged Outrages. Base Ball Contests at Houston and Galveston Sensational and Criminal News. Special telegram to tbe Statesman. Waco, April 10. The McLennan county Alliance held their regnlur quarterly ses sion to-day. 1 he meeting was the largest and most enthusiastic that they have ever held. Important business on different matters ocoupied their attention, and amoi)gther thing they have discussed, and have about decided to establish and conduct, a paper of their own in Wnco, to be controlled and patronized by the alliances of this and adjoining counties. The Central Texas Medical associa tion held their quarterly session to-day. Thera were several visitirg physicians. The day was spent in the disoussion of medical and scientific subjects, and the reading of essays on selected subjects concerning their practice. Co...

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. — 12 April 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. APRIL 12 1883 10 WEEKLY STATESMAN, AUSTIN. TEXAS. Twelve Pages. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. I.. A. KlJJS. President n T. 1'nvon, - Vlce-l'rthil-nt PiytoN liitowN, - Hpcrnury W. K. IIaht, General Manser RATES OF SUHSCItll'TION. 11AI1.T. One Year (Invariably In advance) in W) Six months " " " ' 1" Three months " " " f One month " " " 1 SUNOAT DAILY. Twelve months I; Six months 1 UJ WKKKLT. Six months Twelve months l ' Vmtnut free to all parts of the United States and Canada. KMnll by draft on Austin, P. O. money order, postal note, reentered letter or express. Sample copies sent free on application. A VICTOKY KOK AUSTIN. Victory has perched on Austin's railroad cause. More than tlio actual moneyed bonus of eighty thousand dollars has been raited, one lmlf of the right of way has been donated; and nil flint remain in the othor half of the right of way and the depot grounds in thisoity. This should not cost more than ten thousand dollars, and about a ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 12 April 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APML 12 18S8 11 CITY AND COUNTY. FBOM TUESDAY'S DAILY. D10J. Mrs. Joe Griffith, of whose serious ill ' lies with typhoid fever w.s mi nioued ia Sunday's Statesman, died yesterdny after noon at 1:30 o'olock. Her funeral w;ll tike place this morning nt 10 o'clrck from th family residence on East Fifih street. Friends of the family are rtsject fully invited to ottond. Sorghum. Kow that sorghum is once lat.rs at tracting the attention of farm- rs thiough , ont the oountry, Hnd has this time appar ently come to siny, it is well to know that the Sorghum Hand Book, a valuable treatie on the cultivation and manufac ture of sorghum, may be had free of chnro on application to the Blymyer Iron Works company, Cincinnati, O. Snowed Under. There was a great game of base ball on the campus at St. Edward's oollege Sun i day afternoon, iu which the St. Edward's First nine and the Fairview Park boys crossed bats. The game was interesting and hotly cou tested. The Fa...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 12 April 1888

4 II 1 -S " " r ! wnnT. nmurrT I The Whole Vital Machinery Depends for the fuel, which is the origin of It propulsory force, upon tlie stomach. Ia that hidden iilcnibic the food nndcrgocs the rbcniioal chaises which transmute it Into lilo.iit from the i-v-tcni draws the ma- Icri tlthnl r imlmrsMs it fur its daily louses of tn-Mie I he'-r, of rouie. are prnully nuirnient cl in ili-e.-iM!. If the Moiiim-h, therefore, I tveikcncd or liit-nnloreil. the nvxtem is de ntins! of nu-tcoanei). Hosteller's Mo m ar h Jlilicr i-iiii he relieil upon to facilitate ami re new ilireiiiiun when that fiiiiition lias heen in liTUieil I iv iveaknes. of theMoiiiarh. ISihoiis r. , or a liner-ion ol the hile from Hi proper rhanni'l lut-ti i:iiiiM-si-iiiiMiiatiiin imlo rem ciiieil hv it Mi iii tlmni. wiinl on the utoinaeli, n -k h.-ailurlie. fur uion the tongue. nnl other .miiiioiiih of Moinarh ami lin r ih-oiiler, 11 imi iIiIv rcinmi-a .Malarial i-oiiiplaliits i cverv M,i-t, kiilney ami bladder troubles, r...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 19 April 1888

rm WEEKLY STATESMAN VOL. XYII. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNIHG, APRIL 19, 1S88.---PAGES : TO 8 NO. 21 A T TO ' GALVESTON. A Man Deliberately, Shoots His Host and Entertainer A Cowardly Daed. Shooting Between Two Negroes. Cock Fighting and Polities at Dalla3. Spec'al Telegram to the Statesman. Galveston, April 11. Last tiiht a cowardly and dastardly attempt at robbery and murder wai mnde at Hitchoock, a station on the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe railway, sixteen miles from this. oity. The particulars, as near tti can be ob tained, are as follows: It appears that a man named Hoartman, formerly employed here as a street car driver, secured lodg ing at Hitchcock with a man named Opitz. Host and guest sat np talking until after midnight, when Opitz rose up remarking that it was time to go to bod. Hartmann walked up to him, and, presenting a pis ol to his lift brea6t fired, the ball passing through the (1-ehy portion of the breast and left arm. Opitz knocked his assailant down, tied him w...

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. — 19 April 1888

WEEKLY STATES3IAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Twelve Pages. bTATJJSMAS PPBLISHIKG COMPANY, t. A En.i President iii T. Prtoh, Vice-President p.rroK Bhowh, HcreUury W. K. I1abt, - General Manager RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILT. One Year (Invariably In advance) t'J JJ Hx months Three moi.tha " " " One month " " " tUXDAT DAILT. 5 IK) 1 () r, .... Six inontba - 1 WSI Q IHUNUIDi ... ,, - - . 1 nu WEKKLT. Six monlhe Twelve months tn.TS i.s Poetaue free to all parte of Ibe United States and Canada. . . i. j ii,.tin p. o. money order, postal noti, n-eletered letter or expreea. Bauiple Oplea eeni iree ou ,,,ii-o..".. TiH)K DI8THICT ATTUKHBi-i am a ueuiu J' cratlc candidate for district attorney. JOI II. bTEWABT. - Tif . .MihnrliMl to announce Hon. Geo. W V Olaeecork, if (leorvetown, a a democratic candidate for elate nunaior of the Twenty-fourth cletiiiit. A Cbioaoo pnper yesterday estimated the coat of the reotnt (rent strike nt throe million dollar, of which over nix hundred thousand falls on the striker...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 19 April 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 19 1888 1 ARE MIRACLES? Har vol o i. f , f Not Miraculous Cures. The Sick, Incurable, and Dying Rest ored to Health. Tin' Oocv.ir Power Possessed by a Moat lie.narkable Physician Described. Iis!.ins'3ishc;d Men and Women ot 1 e ii3 Toll What They Know .of These Wonderdful Cures. If hminn totimony is to be relieved thi Kiience of l-i Mneteenth oentury has tri oniph.'i ov -r disease until it becom s no aiwscr ft rer; ,.r, or else we are faoe to ftoe with iiun.'-h ui startling and as wonder ful as eve f.miied the siok and morbid populate' r hm.dreJs of years ago. As fltarlUac ne lliu following revelations may seem ' tie y nr: nevertheless faots, every Aiattment the uuth, aud can be easily veriiloJ. The investigations made by The .ot tTF.bsrAN were thorough, witl a view of o-stvilaiuir., th; truth aad truth only. C'o.ifi iiueail'. in representative visited riit'. rial citi'V ia Texas and interviewed aioHrly to hundred patients who had betu cii'-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. — 19 April 1888

CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Struck an Old MaD. A tobds man, named Bledi-oe, struck an old man, amed Nelson, on the bond with a heavy cane yesterday morning, on taut Sixth street. The injury received, though, not serious, was very painful for awhile and oaused the blood to freely flow. The cause of the trouble was all about woman. Will Go to San Antonio. The firemen have unanimously resolved to pay th-ir Ban Antonio brethren a vit-it nn Hun Jacinto dnv. and a com mi no in out and mill report Saturday night the number of people who will go over. If 200 or more will go the fare will bo $''.2r,; if lem than 200 the fare will be $3.25 for the round trip. Should Bo Built. The oonntv commissioners should cotn- inence the building of a bridge across the Colorado at ouoe. The increase of travel between the north and south sides of the river, the bnlliatit linarjeiel standing of the county and the expected heavy crops of 188H, together with ihe probability of having the depot of t...

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. — 19 April 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, APRIL 19 1888 THE BLUE AND THE GREY. Grand Army Encampment -Second Day. Peace Hah Her Victories No Less Than War How BraVe Soldiers Meet. TFrom Thursday's Dally. Yesterday was a day ever to be remem bered in the history of Anetin, its never-to-be-forgotten feature beirjg the happy meeting of the "The Boys in Blue," with those who "Wore the Grey." Brave soldiers met in peace, who, a quarter of a century ago, stood arrayed against each other in WAB'S iniGHIFOL CABNAQE. The recollections of the bloody days from '61 to '(55 were only called up and spoken of, the moio firmly to cement the fraternal bond3 which now bind together those who were enemio3 in the battle, but now in peace meet and shake hands as friend?, brothers and oomrades. Cou'd, those ranting, skulking wavers of the bloody shirt (who tever wore one or smelt eun powder in war), have witnessed the scenes and heard the expressions of yesterday as was done by TI1E OLD SOLDIERS who participate...

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. — 19 April 1888

CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. The Explosion. The explosion in The Statesman press room last night, which attracted a big crowd, was simply the pressman spitting u his hands preparatory to working oir the big edition of Tn State-man this morning. A Langerous Leap. At a late hour lat night, Ida Rjland, n laua'.io, jumped from the top of the gallery in front of Urn Colorado house, breaking her left arm and injuring her internally. She had been bronchi here by her mother from Kuckd lie, to oe placed in the nsjlum. Entertainment. The entertainment for the benefit of the diro.-atiin find wi'l bj gven the latter nart of the month nt tile opara house, when the cimody, "That Rise ,1 Put," will will be rire eiited. Mr. llarman will eonear in a new olio of sketches, 1o 'ether with the stntfo dec ora'ed with the decorations to be used on fhe triuinphiiil nrch. Cupid's Work. County Clerk Frank Brown, during the week Hiding yesterday, is wed the follow ing permits to marry: G. H'ickiii in...

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. — 19 April 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APKIL 19 lbSS NERVES! NERVES!! What terrible visions this little word brings before the eyes of the nervous. Headache, Neuralgia, Indigestion, Sleeplessness, Nervous Prostration, All (tare them in the face. Yet all these nervous troubles can be cured by using aine's lelery For The Nervou I THIS The Debilitated The Aged. GREAT NERVE TON0 Also contains the best remedies for diseased con. ditions of the Kidneys, Liver, and Blood, which always accompany nerve troubles. It is a Nerve Tonic, an Alterative, a Laxative, and a Diuretic. That is why it CURES WHEN OTHERS FAIL. $i.co a Bottle. Send for full particulars. WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Proprietors. BURLINGTON. VT. IT IS A PURELY VEGETABLE PREPARATION rmwv rniuALi ! i 5ENIM-MANDRAKE-BUCHU Una OTHER CIUALiy EFFICIENT REMEDIES It has stood the Teat of Years. in uuring au Diseases cf tee BLOOD, LIVEE, STOM ACH, KIDWEYS.BOW ELS, &c. It Purifies the Blood, Invigorates and vieauBes tne system. DYSFEP...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 19 April 1888

k FRl'ilirFCL SKIS DISEASE. Sufferings Intense. Head nearly raw. Body covered with Sores Cured by the Cutieura .Remedies. .Messrs Stivers Hiu nkk, Monroe, N . t. Dear Sirs Ab ut two muntln a;o, on V'.ur re commendation, I boiie-it a b..ttl of Ci tici iia Kkhoi.vkst, one hint Ci Tin in Sai.vk, nn'l one oke of CiTii iHA Soap, for my n.n, Bi!-rt t'lirlw n vears h lm b'en ulll'ctnl with zin for a limn tin nnJ I tirn ple-il M any Hint I bnllove he tuel'i have ruml hlin. li s eufle in wre line.., Me Us! Iieinirncarly rnw, lin r beini i!n exwpt t!ie e,rl-ll, and liin b"ly was covert"! with aurua. Ills condition was frU'tiitiil to heboid. The Korea have no al! ili'appMarHd, ),is nkin Is liealtliy, Uriah', chi'r!ul in dis position, and Is worklna every flsv. .My neL-'ibors are witness to this remarkah e r.ure, and the doubtlm? ones are reii lestwl Ui call or write me, or k,of my neighbors. STEPEN80X. Wlhl 1IKBTEII P. O., I'SION Co., N. t. Monii k, tt. C, October S, :7. The Potter Drill! and ...

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. — 19 April 1888

AUSTIN . WEEKLY ATESMAN. YOL, XYII. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1S88.-PAGES 9 TO 12 HO. 21 THE EXTRA SESSION". Both Houses Organized Yesterday and Battled Down to ' ' Business. The Governor's Message a Compre hensive and Able Document. Other Matters of Im portance. From Tuesday's Daily. The assembling of the legislature in ezra session is a very tame affair com pared to the convening of a legislature in regular seesioD. The opening of an extra session is a very listless affair, indeed, and it was 60 yesterday. There were very few per eons present in the lobbies, and very little interest was manifested by the members, who took their seats and prepared for business as if they had been in session the day before and the day before that as if they had never adjourned the regular ses sion. Below is the full proceedings of both houses, with the governor's message, whioh wos most favorably commented on jesterdny afternoon and last night. Senate. The senate was called to order...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 19 April 1888

10 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS, Twelve Pages. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, r a Pi tip PropldMit w"H.ul X"' ' ' Genera. M. RATES OF (sUHSCHII'TION, 1UILT. One Year (invariably in advanc) Wx months " " ". Three months " " " One month " " " .Jin no 5 mi i w , I uu .. 1 w tUXDAY DAILY. Twelve months.. Six months WKEKLY. fllx montha 1fiMtava mnntVlP Poataee free te all parte of the United States and Canada. , Kemlt by draft on Austin, P. O. money order, poXTnote, reared letter or expreee. Sample cpies eent free on application. THE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. The Twentieth legislature is again in session, and the governor has tubmitted to it what he considers the grave issues that now confront the state. His measage is well worded, concisely stated and states manlike in tone. It is rather discursive and suggestive than mandatory. He treats all the subjects he touohes in a broad, liberal-minded way, characteristic of him, and properly adapted to the topics touched upon. He discusses the pchoo...

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