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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 19 April 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. APRIL 19 18S8 11 n V n Continued from Page 9. whole question of eduoation shoald be pnt through a most starching inquisition, bo that the friotion of opinion my sharpen the instruments with whioh, new highways caa be opened in the domain of progress, and old ones be improved. And if a special session of yonr honorable bodies was authorized to deal with the matter of con stitutional amendments, I should feel im pelled, in deference to my matured oon viotions of the policy which may beoome a necessity in the end, to urge upon you the importance of considering a material alteration in support of our system of public education. The rapid increase of our acholnstio population over our annnil available fund makes it almost certain that we must, in any event, soon be called npon to revise the system in order to adapt it to these changing con ditions. We have now, by our last scho lastic oensus, a school population of 489,' 795, and our available school fun...

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. — 19 April 1888

12 A Famous Doctor Ouce said that the secret of good health consisted in keeping the. head cool, the feet warm, and the bowels open. Had this eminent physician lived in our day, and known the merits of Ayer's Tills as an aperient, ho would certainly have recoumicuded them, as ho many of his distinguished successors are doing. Tho celebrated Dr. Farnsworth, of Norwich, Coun., recommends Ayer's rills as the best of all remedies for 41 Intermittent Fevers." Dr. I. E. Fowler, of Bridgeport, Conn., says: "Ayer's Pills are highly and universally spoken of by the people about here. I make daily use of them in my practice. " Dr. Mayhew, of New Bedford, Mass., Hays : " Having prescribed many thou sands of Ayer's Bills, In my practice, I can unhesitatingly pronounce them the fcest cathartic in use." The Massachusetts Slate Assaycr, Dr. A A Hayes, ccrtilies : " I have made a careful analysis of Ayer's I'iils. They contain the active principles of well known drugs, isolated from inert mut ter, ...

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. — 26 April 1888

rEEELY STATE VOL. XYII AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 26, 1S88.--PAGESJ TO 8 NO. 22 USTiJN VV FORTORTH. Five Hundred Knight3 of Pythias Present at the Grand Lodge. The Knighta Templar at El Paso. .Election ot Officers Other News Over the State. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Foot Wokth, Apr.l 18. The early trains this morning brought iu more aceejsions to ths ranks of the Knights of Pythias from ell ovor the state. They came in from San Antonio, Galveston, Paris, Dallas and other cities. The trains from the east brought the uniformed divisions of Dallas, numbering twenty-rive knights, and of Paris, numbering eighteen knights. The number of uniform divisions to take part iu the drill this afterno.iu whs four, to win Paris, Dallas, Weatherford and Fort Worth. The Sam Houston di vision, of Pans, numbers 18 men; the Coaur de Lion division, f Dallas, 25; the Lone Strtr division, of Weatherford, 20, and the W. It. Gauso division, of Fort Worth, 30 men. The numbers of all tiese...

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. — 26 April 1888

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Twelve Pages. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. li. T i'RVoB. - Vlce-PreMd.-nt hiTTon Hhown, - twcretary w H IIaxbt. General Mmiiir KATES OF SUBSCKII'TION DAILT. One Year (lovarlahly In advance) t"1 'JJ fclx month. " Three months " " " One month " " " 5 ci 2 Ml 1 oil BVNDAY DAILY. Twelve months f J JJ Klx months 1 "J WKtKI.V Six month. Twelve month. Po.Ul-6 free te all part, of the United Statee and C"Im,it l.y draft on Anptln, V. O. "oney order po.tl note, registered letter or exprece. bamole opie. kdi iree on ai ANNOUNCEMENTS. IrOK DISTRICT ATTOUNEY-I am deino I craUc candidate for district attorney. Joe II. Stewakt. WE are auth'irled to announce Hon. Oeo. W. OlMKork, of (ieorvetown, an a democratic candidate for state senator jf the Twenty-fourth ! let let. What right ha Mr. Waits, more thnn any other widow, to receive five thousand dollars out of the peckets of the taxpayers of the United Stated Tue chief clerk of the Greek treasury was arrested yest...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1888

MJSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. APRIL 26 1883 MYSTERIOUS. The Lone Highwayman Kesumes Kia, Operations tfear San Angelo. i 4 I A Prisoner's Leap From the Train. Safe Robber Caught in the Act. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Ballinoeb, April 21. -News reaobed here at midnight last night that the stage which left here yesterday morning for San Augelo wits held Bp fifteen miles from this plaoe, by the same lone high wayman who compelled the driver and passengers to stand and deliver so effectu ally last winter, and for whose deeds Jim Newsom, of Concho oounty, was oon vioted in the federal coort at Waco, and is now serving a life sentenoe in the peni tentiary. There were thirteen passengers, and ti e stage being unable to carry all, a haok was procured, which followed imme diately behind. When oat fifteen mile?, the driver was ordered to halt by a man who, as well as the horse he rode, was thoroughly dis guised. The driver end passengers were ordered to get out and stand in a tow, ...

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. — 26 April 1888

-- - ' . . . i I : THE EXTRA SESSION- j Full Proceedings of Both Houses Yesterday. Bills and Resolutions Introduced and Passod Yesterday Other Matters of Importance. Senate. From Thursday's Daily. Roll cull. Quorum present. Prayer by the ohplnin. An invitation wa received from the Kusk lilerarv society, to attend a public debate at Millett's opera house, on April 1 J. mt.i.s l.NTUOBHCKD. By Senator Glasseook Appropriating 'J"iO,0K) for the tupport of the public free school from tne f!l27,fMKJ received from the general government; also a bill to authorize the superintendent of public grounds to lease to the Farmers' Alliance certain vaoant squares iu the city of Austin. -17-ram By Senator Bell Approprmt mg f 70,000 to complete the reformatory. By Senator Fields-Appropriating r,(m for additional buildings at tlio State LntiHtio asylum at Austin; also, appro priating $-'"l,00 t buy 'JliS acres of bird for the St.ito Lunatic iiBylum at Austin. By Senator Upshur Appropriating $100,000 to...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 26 1888 5 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Stereopticun Views. There is) a e itleoinn iu town who in tends giving s series of storoopticnu views of celebrated nitn find build'tigs to the children of the public schools soon. The Gurney. The Gurney is the name of ulc style English two-wheel carriage uow to be seen on the streets. It U decidedly English, "joa know," and appears to be a very comfortable ve hicle. A Distinguished Guest. A telegram was reoeived in the oily yesterdsy, stating that Sic Thomas Grat tan Esmond would leave Dallas list evin ing, and arrive in Austin this niornincr. Be will remain in the city several days, and will, it is hoped and expected, speak on Irtlflnd end its government before he leaves. Scores of Wild Ducks. A few hundred feet below the bridge over the river at the'toot of. the avenue, yesterday morning, the banks of the river were black witi hundreds of wild ducks. Not for years and years htvesuch num ber...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1888

-4" t-"-- IV- w 1 3 :4i 1 J I t u ; r- 1 CITY AM) COUNTY. FROM Sl'NDAYS DAILY. Into the Frying I an. County Ck-rk Fratk Brown, iluriutf the week Hiding ytsterday, is-tued the folow j off pcrmi's to marry: Tiborso ViUodus and Cliesus Andrmla. ISiuna.l Wheat and 1. Marshall. "Win. V. Holly Mamie F. Dicker son. Henrj B. Seller aud Eliza V. Dicktn- ou. ,. Ferry H. Unbbard and Ada O. Midnon. John Johnson and Mrs. Mary E. Fral lny. Colored Citizens. The citizens' club had an enthu-istic snd rousing meeting lai-t eveuintf. Mr. L. M. Mitchell loav h for San Antonio this morning to woik np a farther lutertxt in ?. he Alamo city. The wron idea that has tfoue abroad that colored citizens will not he allow. don the drill ((rounds is b. lofc Jaily refuted, and news ii bem reouved every d ly that a great many will l.e pres ent. The soliciting committee, consist ing of Messrs.. M. Mitchell, N. C. Links R S. Harrison, K.W.lluruttt and J. W. Iadlon, will call npon the (jentrous pub Jio in a few days...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. APRIL 26 1SSS T GOVERNMENTAL. Matters Picked Up in a Tour 01 the Departments. Important ana Interesting In formation for County Offi cials and the People. From Thursday's Daily. The Texas Star Floor mills, of uelves ton, filed an Amendment yesterday, in creasing the capital stock to $500,000. The Galveston Medical College hospital tiled an amendment to its charter. The Rock of Combination associatijD,of Kaufman county, filed a charter. Incor porators: J. D. Pyle, George V. Footer, R. H. Love, H. C. Carlisle, Simon Jenkins, John Bradford, I. H. Berly, A. Love, Ci G. Gray, Frank Johnson and F. C. Carter. comptbollek's depabtment. Comptroller McCall yesterday deposited $ 1,525 to the credit of general revenue, and $500 to the available school fond. V. F. Bubose, oolleotor of Andarson county, yesterday made final settlement of his state and subsidy accounts, show ins; very close callec ions. George Stormfeltz, collector of Goliad county, and F. M. Blac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1888

, FRIGHTFUL M DISHES. Sufferings Intense. Hood nearly raw. Body covered with Sores Cured by the Cutioura fiemedies. M-fWrs. Stkve.o A lim sKH, .Monroe, N". C. Dear Slr Ah "it two month ', on vnur re cmmiiefiilatioD, I hoiic'it H jtt It of Ct thtisa Hksoivkvt. '" l'i Ti in i.vk, mm unt Cike el i TK i iiA t-oAi- for my .n, hl'-i! tiiirte n ,MS wii im. Imii mllir.Ml iih ci.t-ina tir a i. ns ilmr, 1 ' ni nl-""(l to sty tlml I In-lit-ve tlm rHiufiiM '""'H '""'i 1 1 i 11 - Ilia mflfiinta . ... ... 1. ...I l...lnn n..Utll r ., II' li u KHM A'rtre iniit',-i i" '-ii n--o'i,i - iMintr ir'iiio "'(''lit tli K" il', anil hi" '" ai ovi-n'ii wiili s'iri--. Ilia lonitition ww fiinti'tul In Mulil. 'I ii- snres have row nl' tii-ai;.-Hri-il, bit akin i I.altliy, l.riulu, rtnl in clin ;jiaitliri, anil is w.'.rkliiii i-vi-ry iUv. -My rn-lni '" are witne-HKU l) tliit n-iuafkHli e ci". ami t'1" doubting unee an rnieM.-il to tall or write nu, or jiivof my nfiuhlKre. VM. S. M'fi: IIIOSO.V Wl; IIIKSTKIl P. O...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1888

WEEKLY YOL. XYII AUSTIN. TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 26, 1S88.--PAGES 9 TO 12 NO. 22 AU STIN STATESMAN POISONING. Mysterious Malady Which Arose From Using Milk From a Certain Dairy. Several Families Prostrated, acd all With the Same Symp tomsCurious Affair. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Dallas, April 23. The report that sev eral families living in East Dallas had been poisoned gained circulat'on this morning, and investigation proved it to be true. 1heoau--e is attributed to the milk, a all those who are d wu cot their milk from the same dairyman. It seems that . Mr. Silliphant, i roprietor of the meat market on im street, between the branch and the Texas trunk railroad, states that seven members of his family, one after the other, were stricken down with this s'range maledy, which hts been pronounoed poison. At thft customary hour Yesterday afternoon the dairyman delivered their milk, which they drank at tea. The eldest girl, who is six years old, detected something unple-s...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1888

21 "WEEKLY STATESMAN. ACST1N. TKXA8. STATESMAN Pt'BUSUIS(i COMPANY. , . i'rldent 1 T. 1H'. . N-cretary W.Tuiwv. General Manser KATES OK 8UHSI KIP HON. DAILT. One Vnr (Invariably in advance) 8'" J Hix months " ;' ; Three months ' " ' One nioatli " " " 1 eUNUAV UA11.Y. Twelve monthi - bli months 1 WEKKI.T. Six monthe Twelve ininths 1 Poetaae lree lo all parla of the United States and C'tTmlt by draft no Austin, !' O. money order potl note, reentered letter or express. hampie oples sent free on a licatlon. Twelve PagesT Emi'EIiob William left a fortuue of over five million dollars. Not very great for the sovereign of a rich and populous em pire. The Twentieth Legislature undoubtedly po stes the confidence of the people, wh have judged of that body by the practical operntion of the law-) nsscd at the regular session. Minibteb Pendleton's son on this Hide of the water, as well as others, say Mr. Pen dlotou's lllnes is only slight, and that he is recovering. The fact remains that Mr. Pend...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1888

AUSTIN -WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. APRIL 26 188S 11 THE EXTRA SESSION- Continued from Page 4. Senate. Roll call. Quorum present. Prayer by the cbnpiaiD. Senators Gregg and Pop were excused indefinitely. Seaator Armistead, for the oommittd on asylum?, reported back the bill tu improve the lunatic asylum at Austin with a eab- sti'ute, the passage of which was recom mended. AIfo, favorably, tanking an appropria tion to construct aa orphan asylum at Corsioaca; also favorably the bill t make certain improvements to the blind asylnm; also favorably the bill to euUrge and improve the Deaf and Dumb asylnm senator Camp, for tin committee on state affairs, reported favorably, Senator Barney's Kill creating the office of s'ate geologist. Senator Lane Resolution thanking Messrs. Westfall, Norton and Lacy for the grani'e of which the new capitol is being erected, and which was donated by them. Adopted. Senator Terrell Roeolir.iou ap pointing two senators and two repre sentatives a committed with...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 26 April 1888

12 CITY AXDTOUXTY. FROM TUESDAYS DAILY. An Owner Wanted. Mr.George LhKae lms a strsy hore in his possession; n chcsnut sorrel branded T F, connected. MatroD Discharged The matron of the Lunatic asylum was discharged yesterday. It h said tilings are not moving alon as smoothly as they might be out there. The New Bridge. As soon as the report of Mr. Andre NTirtha is received, the county ooinnm eioners should go to work and have that bridge put op across the river. m needed and needed bad. A Gold Locket captured. Offloer Mugove has in his possession a fine gold locket taken from a nngio boy who was t-ying to raire two-bits on it The boy could give no intelligent ao. onnt of where he obtained i, and it is bell ved fo have been stolen. A Delightful Tim a. Tiere wns a most delightful piivnte micni'on Bnrlon creek Saturday, given by Troftsfor Knott, Mr. find Mis. Mil ler. Mr. and Mr. Oranbury and Mrs. Whitehead, Mrs. Kiuiey and Mrs. Jot s. l'rofuMir Wnggencr and Mrs. Wnggenur, Mr. and Mrs....

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. — 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 130,00(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 ...

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. — 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"" 40,1 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 ment...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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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 i...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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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'...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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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 $ 100,000 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 843,1)01 1)6 Looking at Texas. The following have registered their names at the immigration headquarters: W. E. Johnson, YYellsv...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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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'in,m 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 ern...

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