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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 May 1888

I WASHINGTON. Townshend, of Illinois, Makes a Speech ia Favor of Tariff i Reform. Another Dissertation on the Tariff Policy of the Democratic Party. FIFTIETH CONQUERS. BOUSE. Washington, May 12. House met this morning at 11 o clock. On motion of Mr. Logan, of Louisiana, (he bill was passed extending the limits of the port of New Orleans bo as to in clode a portion of the parish of Jefferson. ' On motion of Mr. Rogers, of Arkansas, senate bill was passed granting tight of way through the Indian Territory to the Fort smith and El .Paso Kaiiroad com pany. The house went into committee of the whole on the tariff bill, and Eaugen, ol Wisconsin, concluded his speech in op pesition to the bill. Mr. Townshend, of Illinois, spoke in support of the bill. The issue, he said, was not between protection and free trade. The only issue raised by the bill was whether congress would reduce a high tariff created during the war, which was wholly unnecessary now, and produced distress amone the masses ...

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. — 17 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. MAY 17 1888 THE EXTRA SESSION. Full Proceedings of Both Houses Yesterday. Bills end Resolutions Introduced and Passed Yesterday Other Matters of Importance. 3enate. From Tbursciav'a Dally. The senate met at 9:30 o'clock; quorum present and President pro tern Woods in the chair. Prayer by thechaplnin, Dtctor Smoot. Beport by Senator Jarvis, for finance committee A substitute for senate bill No. 4t, being en act to amend oivil statutes regulating the foe of tax collectors. Senator Bell reported back noose bill No. 48 for correction. The sptcial order was taken op, it being senate bill No. ' 24, regulating the collection of taxes on per sonal property, and determining the nntnre of the lien of such taxes. The senate got tangled np on amend ments to the bill and hung fire in discus sion for two hours, ill the amendments were voted down. The bill was defeated by 13 ayes to 15 nays. Concurrent resolution to get the Texas delegation to insist in congress a...

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. — 17 May 1888

I AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 17 1888 5 v CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. TP The New Depot. Mayor Nails has received a latter from Mr. EJwia Gould, under date of May 4, which states authentically that the new union depot will be bfgon in a' very few days, probab.y before the close of the drill. The Capitol Received. The fall board met the capitol conti act or yesterday afternoon, atd all the details incident 10 the reoepiion of the oapitol In its inoompletn bat al most and virtually finished condition, were disouestd and 6 e tiled. The contractor and the oapitnl board then signed the document of transfer of the building to the oharge of the state, and Texas is in charge of the finest state capitol bnildiag in the anion. The state reserves 800,000 aorej of land, it being 10 per cent of tie oapitol lands, which are to be he'.d back nntil , the entire completion of the balding under the terms of the ntiirinsl pnntri.nfc. TKo &tafa uiDina 10,000 aores of land on a...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 May 1888

0 CITY AND COUX TY. FROM FRIDAY'S DAILY.. Another Cashier. Mr. R. M. Fnrror, of the Merchants' baak, Atlanta, says to hive inon-y is to nave it. In tlio ose of Dootor t lgeri liuckli berry Ccdial for nil bowel troubles he saves doctor' bills and prevents pania of suffering. Legislative Notes. The ofHcere of the hiuse pna'ed with muriluge certain roles of the house en the orctly door facings. Tne legislature will adjourn Tu.sdsy. Heun'.or Houston gut that nmnidii.eat to pay county clerks tor recording school lands tacked on the appropriation bill yextnrday. and it was a just one. Tin i-euate asset! to third readily jes teiday the l.onse bill provhiiig f r me.th'r Asylum to be hunted in South west TexiiJ. The bill nom. how sne-ms tj be in so:newhat if u jumble, as there is a inotiou pending in the house, to reooa xider the vote assing it. UDdor the cir cumstances some of the iiiembt-rs of the house will call it back from the seun'e to morrow. BLIND INSTITUTE Concert By tho Fupilp, ut ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 May 1888

AUSTIN DAILY STATESMAN. MAY 17 NERVES! NERVES!! What terrible visions this little word brings before the eyes of the nervous. Headache, Neuralgia, Indigestion, Sleeplessness, ' Nervous Prostration, All stare them in the face. Yet all these nervous troubles can be cured by using (elery fiibound I For The Nervous The Debilitated The Aged. THIS GREAT NERVE TONIC 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. $1.00 a Bottle. Send for full particular. WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO.. Proprietors, BURLINGTON. VT. The best and surest Remedy for Cure of -ill -J n .,..,1 .1 1. ir nnir flAmnfrpment l)f c inu uucnwB vouku j j ! . ... . . t , : Wa Liver, Kidneys, stomaca una ouweis. dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Constipation, BHioua Complaints md Malaria of all kinds yield readily to the beneficent influence of 19 1 El ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 May 1888

PURS ltH')irliir htwwiiii rwi M n Win mss f or mr thin sqiinrtrtrof cntnry. It It ed by the L'nltd Status Uovnrnment. ttudorsed br the hewls of ttie Ureat Univurattlmi aa th 8tronKM', Purest and most Hxaltliful. Dr. 1'riceV Cream Ilaklni; l'owtlrir dona nut contain Ammonia, Lime, or Alum. Hold mlr In Cana. PKIOa BAKINd HOWDKR CO., u NlMtKCKOKNTKl ATTII ACTION Over a Million u strimuea Capital Prize, $300,000. Louisiana State Lottory Company Iriwirporated ny the ueirislsture In 1WIH for Ed cstlonai and (Jhailtnble purposes, unci it" frnn chise mail" a part of the prtwnt Plate Constitu tion in inJIl, hy an over he inline populir vote. Its (irand Single Number Drawings take place monthly, and the Orand Quarterly Drawings regularly evry three montha (Mitrch, June, Sep tember an 1 Lecenilier.) "We do hereby certify that we anper- vise the arrw-eiiien; f..r all the Monthly and y.iirtrly Drawing, of the Lionul ana State Luttnrv Cnr.;.anv, and In pera'n manure and control the Drawl'inrs the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 May 1888

WEEKLY mi ATE II VOL, XY1I. AUSTIM. TJBXAS. THURSDAY MURN1NG. MAY 17, 1 S88.---PAGESTOT2" HO. 25 STIN 8MAN r EASTTEXAS. Terrible Assassination at San Au gustineJames Hunt Slain by George Wall. Causes of the Killing Counter feiters Going West From Texarkana. Special Telegram to the Statesman. San Augustine, May 14. James Hunt, deputy sheriff, was shot and killed by Geo. W. Wall, one btill entering just above the' heart and passing oat between the shoulder, the other entering at the npper part of the right hip and passing oat about five inches below the navel. He died in a fen minutes. When the shooting ocourred B. J. Lewi?, sheriff, ran tip, and Wall, as sisted by his brothers V. C. and L. H. Wall, stood him off with drawn pistols, as they did others, uutil they could get oil Wall is shot iu the foot, but not seriously, The sheriff and posse have made a raid for tne walla, but failed to find tnem. uii was a fa mill mu and Hunt a stookmau International Headquarters. Speckl Telegram to...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 May 1888

10 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXAS. eTATKS.MAN PCBMSUING COMPANY. L A Ei Hi" " Preli!ent 1KB T. Phyi'ih, ViW-PrwIllMlt pto hiuik, - I W. K. IJakbt, Uen.ral .Wnniicr KATES OK SUHSCKU UO.N. DAILY. One Year (Invariably In dvnc) 1 1 m Mix ninnih " " " V." Thro- nmnth. " " " 'J - Ouenumth " " " tl'NDAT DAILY. Twelve months f'-' Six months 1 "J WEKKI.Y. Six months S" Twelve months '5 1'imUm free lo all parts of the united State tad CanKfln. . Kemlt hy draft on Austin, P. O. monevorder, poetnl note, reifldtered Mter or expreee- Siuiie oplet sent free on a Ikatlon. Twelve Pages. THE TARIFF HILL. A Washington dispatch says this morn ing that a resolution has beeu adopted by the hoTise catting off debate on the new tariff bill nftor Saturday. Whether dis cussion is limited or not it wi'd amount to about the fame bo far as the bill becoming a law is conevrned. All along the defeat of this measure in the senate, or any other legislation looking to tariff reduction, has been as certain as the fa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 17 11 THE EXTRA SESSION Full Proceedings of Both Houses Yesterday. Bills and Resolutions Introduced . and Passed Yesterday Other Matters of Importance. Senate. Ft m Sunday'a Doily. " Boll call, quorum present; prayer the chaplain. by Senator Baker, by request, introduced a bill to repeal the drummers occupation tax. Senator Macmanus introduced a bill to provide for the investment of unexpended balanoes of public schiol money ia the bands of oounty olnjera. The bill to provide for the return of any portion of the available school fund to the state treasury was engrossed. The bill creating a board of arbitration to settle the Greer county trouble waslaid before the senate. Senator Houston thought it was wall to let well enough alone. Texas now had peaceable possession of the county and nj complaint was being made. To foroe An arbitration Greer oounty may be lost to Texas forever. Senator Lane concurred, and spoke for cibly against the bill as use...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 17 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY- MAY 17 1888 12 i 'i 1:1 t M TJIE FLYING DOVE OF PEACE. A richly froated.quivering, flying Dovo. A dream cf Life screen calendar. An im ported ideal head. An imported frosted snow scene and a full set of magnificent floral cardH. Fourteen Brtlstio pieces. Sent to anyone who will buy from a drng gist a box of the gennine Du. V. M'Lank's Celeouatcd Livkb Pills (price '25 cts ) and mail us the outside wrapt er from the box with 4 cents in stumps. Write your address plainly. Fmkmino Enos , I'nn bciio, Fa. i Dr. 0. McLane's Liver Fills are a euro j cure for Kick Headache, Bilionsness and j Dyspepsia. 1 hey are peculiarly adapted for ladies and are absolutely sale, pared from the purest materials. Fre- u N" IMCKCKHKNT KI ATTIC A CI ION Over a million uninuumu Capital Prize, $300,000. Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated oy tne legislature In lKiiH for Kd ratlonal una Charitable purposes, ind its fran chle m a. lo a part of the pri tu-iit Watt) Con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 May 1888

AUSTIN . WEEKLY TATESMAN. YOL XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 31. 1S88.--PAGES i TO 8 NO. 27 8 Y ADJOURNED. The State Democratic Convention at Fort Worth Finishes Ud Its Labors. List of Delegates to St. Louis. The Compromise Plank, Uni- 4 versally Endorsed. 6pecial Telegram to the Statesman. Fobt Wobth, May 23. The demooratio state convention was oalled to order this morning at 10 o'clook by the chairman, Bon. J. W. Throckmorton. The first or der of business was additional reports from the committee on credentials, whioh reports were read and adopted. ' On motion, Ernest Koebig, of New Brannsfels, the editor of the only demo oratio German paper in the state, was in vited to a seat on the stage. The next order of business was the elec tion of fonr delegates from the state at large to the St. Louis convention, and Mr. John Henderson, of Brazos connty, pat in nomination Oeorge Clark, of MoLennan oounty, whioh was the signal for the moBt enthusiastic oheering. Mr. J. W. Baile...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 May 1888

WEEKLY STATESMAN. APBT1S. TEXAS- xi Dirnt IRniNQ COMPANY. BliilDa." - ....... . President XrZSESlr General Manr " KATES OF fcUBSCBU'TIOS . DAILY. One Year (Invariably In advance) W JJJ mx month. " ;; I Three month. ;" Jft SUV DAY DAILY. j m Twelve moothe : tfJ fill months " Pli month. j .j, T Poeta ftJS'li' ail p'ara oV iie if nited HUM aid C& by draft on Au.tln, P. O. or.W poetxl notJ, rleU-rwi I"" ' pre. Sample oplet sent free on aip llcatlon. ANJOUNCEMENTS FOR DISTRICT ATTOHNEY-I m a demo "t'candldaU, for J&1B,, Jndldate SSmh f the Twenty-fourth dlatrUt. Twelve Pages. Mb. Blaine, by his last interview, ha more befogged tbe eituation than ever. Toe politioal situation begins to essnme a deeper interest as the canvass ap proaches. ' TnHiiK is due WOe t beautiful feature about the new dcmocratio platform its brevity. But its perspicuity is as remark able as its brevity. The muuioipal government of Peters burg, V., yesterday passed into the hand of the democrats by a fine maj...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 31 1888 3 EXECUTED. 'Six Thousand Persons Attend the Hanging of the Wife Mur derer at Anderson. Denies His Guilt to' the Very Last Other Sensational News ot the State. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Navasota, M iy 26. William H. Roe, the murderer of his wife by poisoning, was hung at Anderson, the county seat of Gritaesoounty, t j-day. Ten minutes after 2 o'olock the death warrant was read to him in his cell by W. S. Neblett, depnty sheriff. At 3 o'clock, accompanied by Sheriff Scott and deputies, he was con ducted to the soaffold, one mile south of town. He was perfectly oalm and persist ently declared his innocence to his spir- itual adviser, Reverend Dootor Pharrar, who read his statement upon the Boaffold. Hh statement reviewed the chief points brought to bear in the court of conviotion, and determinedly and positively declared his innocence. He appealed to God in the presence of the' vast audience present, to testify to the truth of hi...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY, MAY 31 1683 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Married. Elder Junius Wilkins, of the Christian church, last evening performed the mar riage ceremony which suited and made happy Mr. Paul Richon, one of Austin's popular letter carriers, and Mrs. Emily Martin. Portrait Gallery. In the library of the new capital build ing are hand-ome portraits of all the governors of. Texns, together with por traits of several other distinguished Texans. Thes works of art, it U Miier stood, were executed by Mr. W. U. Huddle, the eminent artist of Austin. Married. Mr. Andr.w J. Zilker, of the Lone Star Ice works, was married yesterday morn ing, at the residence of the bride s father, to Miss Ida Picht, daughter of Mr. Chas. Pioht, of Austin, Rev. E. B. Wright, of the First Presbyterian church, officiating. A large number of friends of the contract ing parties were present and extended hearty congratulations for long life and great happiness. After the ceremony a br...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN, THURSDAY . MAY 31 1588 For The Nervous The Debilitated The Aged. ' Medical and scientific skill has at last solved tha problem of the long needed mediclna for the Mr. vous, debilitated, arid the aged, by combining the best nerve tonic. Celery and Coca, with other effec tive remedies, which, acting- gently but efficiently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, remove dise, restore BtrengUi and renew vitality. This medicine ia frames - It Alls a place heretofore unoccupied, and marks a new era in the treatment of nervous troubles. Overwork, anxiety, disease, lay the foundation of nervous prostration and weakness, and experience has shown that the usual remedies do not mend the strain and paralysis of the nervous system. Recommended by professional and business men. Eend for circulars. Price 81.00. Sold by druggista. WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Proprietors BURLINGTON, VT. The best ami surest Remedy fop Cure of ;all diseases cansed by any derangement of r.e Liver, K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 May 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 3t 1888 ; i i 'ill. i I J I! ill IS i V 'I it Ml' I :i i i' CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SUNDAY'S DAILY. Tnanks. Mr. A. 0. Wa'son, of the Rosedale nur aeries, Brenham, will please acoept thinks for kind remembrance in the way of delioous peaohei. Material for Paper Flowers. Wire, rubber tubing for stems, oulots cut sorav". mom. diisy petal?, loavos flower oenters, tissue paper, etc.; complete assortment just received at rsagies uook store. Daniel's Journal. Daniel's Medical Journal for May ia iaamui It i-m i.ninn. besides various inter eating articled, the procredir.gs of the m,.. M,linl n4ociation at UnlveHtou and a picture of Dr. J. F. Y. I'niuoi I"-"'-dent of tlie association. A 16-Pound Carp Tom Collim, of South Austin, waB in town vesterdiy afternoon with an im mense earn, which he hud jiiHt caught out of the river at the mouth of Bartons creek. This il-di weighed six'een pounds and tea ouuoex. , Hood's Seminary. The annu il exercises of Hood som...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 May 1888

I AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY MAY 31 1SS8 STATENEWS. Items and Comments Culled Prom State Exchanges. Farmers report millers plentiful near McKinney, and the' croaker begins to propheoy boll worm this fall. The Brownsville Cosmopolitan says that the lighthouse board has ordered that the Point Isabel lighthonse be discontinued. The state oapitol has been accepted, the geological bill parsed, and the heart of oak knocked higher than a kite in March. What will the people worry over now for the ooming two years? Sherman Reg ister. Judge A. W. Blackborn, who is at present holding a term of the district court at Lampasas, pleaded guilty in his own conrt, the other day, to a charge of official drunkenness, and was fined $10. The drill management at An.-tin, consid ering the many difficulties under whioh it labored, was eminently successful. The gentlemen ef the board do not deserve the severe oensure being poured out from some quarters. Houston Post. ' Ou Saturday, while fishing in th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 May 1888

Scratched 28 Years. A 8cl7, Itching Bkin DiseaS3 With End leai Suffering Cured by Cuti cura Bemediei. If I hul known of CtmrcRA Remedies twenty eight years wo it would nave saved me f iti (two handr! dollars) and aa Immf-nw amount 01 euntring j uiot?ws irsurisnui; wiu menced on my bead in a spot not laru-r than a cen'. It spread rapidly all vver my body aad e t coder my nails. Tbe scales would drop off of me all tbe time, ana my sunerlBg was endlea. ana without relief. One thousand dollars would not tempt me to have this disease over again. I am a poor man, out ieei rien 10 ne reueveo ui waw some ox iHe doctors saia was leprosy, iubb nun worm, psoriasis, etc. I took and.... barsa- parli'aa over one year and a half, hut no cure. I went to two or thiee doctors, but no sure. I cwnot ptaie- the t'fTici'K Kr.xr.Dirs too much. They have made my skin as cleir and free from scales a a baby's All 1 used of them was three boxes of Ccth-uha. and three bottles of CturuBa Kesolvent, and two cake...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 May 1888

nn EEKLY VOL XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 31. 1 S88.---PAGES 9 TO 12 NO. 27 AD W STATESMAN. TWO JCILLED. Draadful Tragedy at Laredo Lee Hope Slam and Juan Rosales Mortally . shot. Origin cf the Quarrel About the Payment of Drinks in a Saloon. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Laredo, May 28. About 10 o'clock to day, parties iu the neighborhood of Mar ket plaza were atartltd by the rapid ex change of shots, and the smoke whioh ponrod oat of the open door of the Grand Central saloon, looated in the buildiug, as the plaoe where the shots occurred. A reporter was on the scene, and at once managed to work through the crowd, whioh blocked the street 03 bath sides cf the house and secured admittance npon the floor in front of the bar. Lee Hope, of Fort Ewell, LaSalle county, lay stretched at full length dead. A crimson stain on his white shirt just over the region of tho heart showed where tho fatal missile of Vh had entered. In the adjoining room the barkeeper of the house,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 31 May 1888

i 3, &.tJSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. MAY 31 18S3 : 1 1 ; i! ' 1 j n : it i! -I il i WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN. TKXAS. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY , . - . . President Vi.T KvV - Vlce-Frm-ld-nt r .,...L . . Hirretary w llit General Manar KATES OF SUIWCIlll'TIOA DAILT. One Year (Invariably In advance) SIxmonlba " " " Three months " " One month " " " SUNDAY DAILY. Jin no 1 ou Twelve moDtha !f J! no C WEEKLY. Pli monthe 1 weive mi nun : - - j Poetaae free to all parte of the Lnlted btatee and Canada. ..., n , mnnev order, nemu ny oran on niimmi ' - .mlle oplea Bent 'free on app hratlon. Twelve Pages. AN EXPLANATION TO TUB PRESS ASSO CIATION. In the matter of the entertainment of the Toms Press association during drill week, it is duo the drill management and the local press that an explanation of the apparent discourtesy now complained of in certain quarters be made. A telegram to the drill board announocd tlia the mpmbers or the Pres association would arrive in Austin at fi:30 o...

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