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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 2 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY" STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 26 1888 3 KANSAS. Eloody and Fatal Emeute m Ste vcns County Eleven Men Re ported Killed. Two Parties, of Citiaens Have a Fight Alleged Origin of the Difficulty. Libebal, Kan., July 27. Shorty, a livery stable keeper at Hngotown, gives thj following regarding the ttrrible en com.ter between the Hugoton and Woods lisle men in Stevens county, whereby seven men lost tneir lives. Sam Robinson, city marshal of Hugo- ov, and Mr. MoCook, of the same town went to Dudley ranoh, near Pony oreek, ye.-t.erday, aooompanied by their wives, to look tip some cattle whioh they wt-.L-e trying to boy. While taking ' inner, Deputy Sheriff Short, a Woodsdale man, acoompanied by five other Woodsda'e men, rode up to the party and asked Robinson to surren- icr us he had a warrant for Lis arrest, ti.ibinson said he wonld go a short dis- t i'ioe from eamp, leaving MoCook and l ladies behind, and give his enemies a chance to take him. He did so, and, on rtuohing a conve...

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. — 2 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 2 186S CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. That Ghost. The ghost in Hirst's pasture steins to be worrying not a few in the Seventh ward. It U asserted that squads of mm have been ttayiig all night near the vicini'y, which ha been described, trying to get a glimpse of the able-bodied spook, but have failed. Last night was too bright for it. Justice Calhoun. The grist mi 1 at this court y sterd.iy run out the following: flint Wnllni-p. for bnrilarv. w.is boULd over to the district court iu the sum of $250, in default of which he went to jail. Dick has also a little matter of thirty days in jil for toting a pistol. Waltsr Bryant, a colored boy, np for appropriating a ureampiu uciuugiu Josephine Kuse, had hid case dismissed. Judicial Convention. A delegate convention of the democracy Oi the Twenty-sixth judicial district, com posed of the counties of Travis and Williamson, is hereby called tj assemble in the town of Round Rock on August f, p...

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. — 2 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THU11SDAY AUGUST 2 1888 it THE LITTLE CAVALRYM Ho Speaks Out Plainly m a Pri vate Letter. Honest Reasons Upon Which He is Willing to be Judged by the People. The following private letter, written to a friend in Navarro county by Governor Boss, was published in the Corsicaca Ob server, and it speaks truthf ully and hon estly: Austin, July 12, 1868. My Dear Sir and Friend Yonr esteemed favor received and yon have my hearty thauks for yonr kindly interest and fritjndly expressions. I confess I am at a loss to understand upon what ground any farmer in Texas can nrge opposition to my administration. We have reduced their taxes to the lowest possible amount consistent with an economical adminis tration of the state government, and to a muoh lower amount than at any time be fore. We have so reformed onr land laws as to rapidly settle the state, and, while not retarding settlement, have restored confidence in and respeot for the lease system as to bring into the trea...

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. — 2 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY AUGUST 2 1888 : ii ( i CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. . Bemocratio Club. Gavalle his a flonriBhing debating so ciety, whioh meets every Saturday night. Chairman Hoge promises to turn it into a i demoorntio club. Fixing for Work. Mr. Olive, the King bridge man, is in town preparing to go to work on that new brUge. He will pnt it through rapidly and have it up by Novemter. A Creamery. Certain well known geutltmen in the city ere actively engaged iu making preparations to establish o large, fir..t . class creamsry. Such enterprises pay very well elsewhere, and tiers is no e trdily reason why one shoiiid not pay hero. Justice Calhoun. Mm. Martha Mobberly, fi-r assaulting Nora Butis, was nil before Justice Cal houn yesterday, ou', the nvidunoe against her failing t'l siiHtaiu the charge, He wasreleastd from custody. Mrs. l'ercilla liutts was then intro duced, charged with oi-turhi-ig the pence, and the case was dismisHid. Build Turnpikes. By all ...

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. — 2 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 2 1888 UUHtS Wrltrlt AIL cloc rmi.3. TJOBtOouKh Syrup. Tastes good. Use fTl in time. Sold by dnifyite. Jrl TTSPRECEDEVTEn ATTRACTION J over a million ojibli-iuuiou. Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated oy tne legislature in 1W8 fur Ed cationai ana Charitable purposes, and its fran chise made a part of the present State Constitu tion in is. a, dj an overwhelming popuwr vote. It grand extraordinary drawings take place semi-annually, (June am De -ember), and its Grand Single Number Drawings take place on each of the other tea months in the year, and are all drawn in public, at the Ac.de in y of Music, new unease, La. "We do heresy certltv tiiat va emw- vise the arranoyraente tor all the Moothly and semi-annual Drawlnca of the Loa.i i- ana Stare Lorierv Comnanv. and In Ders- n manage and control the Drawings themselves, and that the same are conducted with honesty, f airnesa and in good faith toward all parties, tnd we author ise tut, co...

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. — 2 August 1888

s YOU- PURE Its superior excellence proven In millions of homes for more than a quarter of a century. It Is used by the United (States Government. En dorsed y the heails of the Uieat I'nlversities as the wrongest, J'nrest and most Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Hiking Powder does n it contain Ammonia, Lima or Alum. Sold only In cans. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., NEW TOIIK, CII1CAOO, ST. LOUIS. Is It a Frco Trado Bill? From the New York Herald. 'Hie Mills bill is completed ( t last will be voted cm to-day in the hous represi ma iv.-H. We take tie earlies in itnent. in present e!eliore men an analysis lit it as will enable evi ry work ingmati who rends tlio Herald to decide for himself whether it is. what the protec .'mil liirl una their epoke.-incMi in con gress have so persistently denonnoed it as being, a ' free trade measnre. We advine workingmeii in all indus'ries to cut out the sta emei.t which appears elsewhere aiid thus examine for them selves the ohnngis. We aro oouflJent ttn.t wno...

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. — 2 August 1888

TATE 8M AN. VOL XYIL AUSTIN. TEXAS, THURSDAY ' MORNING. AUGUST 2. 1 S88.-PAGES 9 TO 12 HO 36 AU STIN WEEKLY 5- SUNDAYNEWS Two Young Horse Thieves Boldly Take the Ciiy of Chicago By Storm. The Indian Chiefs Say They Will Not Sign the Proposed Treaty. Chicago, Jaly 29. The police have suc ceeded in capturing a 16-year-old robber, with achievements in horse stealing un paralleled in this part of the country. Bis name is given as Edward Brown, and he olaimg to have come from Kendall county, Texas. Abont June 6 he came in with a carload of Texas ponies, and when his friends had sold their stock and re turned home, he formed the acquaintance of Chns. Crane, aged 19 years, also hailing from Texas. Brown soon proposed that they go into the horse stealing business on a large scale, beiDg convinced that it would be verv profitable. A business partnership was formed between the two Texans and a barn rented in the west side of the . oity that would hold abont twenty ' horses. Nightly forages we...

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. — 2 August 1888

10 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY AUGUST 2 1S8S WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. L. A. Etuis Iks 1. I'kyiir, CEVTON IlHIiWN, W. K. IIambv, Preld.nt Ylce-Fri?tlilent HTrethry General .Manager KATES OK fcUBSCKIl'TIO.V, DAU.T. One Year (Invariably In advance) Six months " " " Three montin " " " One moBii) " " " ..in no . 5 mi . 2 Ml .. 1 00 ....J2 Oft OUKIMY DAILY. Twelve months. . Six months .... 1 UU months... ..JO. Twelve ni'pths. . l.iB Postaue free to all nana uf the United States and Canada. Hamii h rtmft on Antln. P. O. money order. Doetil note, registered lelter or express. Sample e iples a-nt free on application. KATMXAL DEldWIC TICKET. F )B rilXilOENT! OBOVER CLEVELAND. or MEW YOltK. ron VII E-rKBSIDENT: ALLEN G. THUHMAN, or onto. fob electoim: The State at Larue A. W. Terrell, of Travis: J W. Bailey, of Cooke. First Dia'rlct A. T. McKinney, of Walker. Second liatrict-E. C. Dickinson, of Clierokee. Third District-It. C. DeGranVnreld, of .re?. F...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 2 August 1888

4.USTIX WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. AUGUST 2 1S83 11 ? CITYAXD COUNTY. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. Convention Dates. The following are the correct dats for holding the democratic conventions: Judicial August 8, at Round Root. Senatorial August 10, at Taylor. Congressional August 13, at Anatin. State August 14, at Dallas. The University. The bids for erecting tlie center build ing of the University, to oost 50,000, will be opened next waek, and the work will be pushed rapidly. The Hottest Day. The hottest day of the season, as indi cated at the United States signal office at Osoar Samostz', was Sunday, when the instrument there indicated 98. Fall of an Infant. The 2-year-old baby of Mrs. Shepherd, who lives at 210 East Fifth street, while o'imbirig npou a cot which was in the yard Sunday, fell to the ground a distance of about three feet, breaking its littlo leg near the thigh. Dr. Graves was immedi ately called in and gave nil professional aid to the little sufferer. County Court. In the o...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 2 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 2 1938 12 i I i 7.vr.sT, Bros Street, Drl?klll Hotel. Al'STIN, Texas. Proposals lor Public printing, Binding, Printing Papon and .Stationery. Dki'ahtve.nt or Stats, ACKTIM, Tkxa, Atlgllt H". OKAI.E1) PROPOSALS will be receive! at the kj oflle of Svrerarv of Slate, un'il 1 I o'clo k 8. m. of SATI KDAY, the Eililll'II DAV OK HEP I EM clKlt, lv-s, from aiy suitable, person or pe Bonn, resident ot lliiB Mite, 1 1 do audi priming and binding as may lie reipilred bv Is"' or needed ly ar.y department of Hie hute Government, ex cept the Judli'iil depHrtinent. Bad except em li printing as may In done ' the Slate priming olll-e at the Ddaf and Dumb Avium: to furnish printing papers: and to furni-h such stationery as may he required by law or new'td hv any depart ment of the State liov jrniueri, except the Judicial i-'e mrtment. The puhllc printing U divided Into four classes, as follow a: riitBT class. The fit at claPaconslHts of the printing and bind...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 9 August 1888

7 Y TATESMAN. JU VOL XVII. . AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 9. 1S88.-PAGES 1 TO 8 NO 37- A I ST1N WEEK a a DOMESTIC, Pursuing si I'angerous Gang ot Outlav.i ui Alabama and the Result. The P :'! Doings Throughout Ail Sent ions of This Vast C juntry. F iN 1 INQ O CJTLA WS . A Bund ct Out ti.roata Shut Up Besieged in a Mine. ISiiiMiNOiiAM, August 1. A telegraph rirten .t,- fit. Itro '.nn. vhn nrrivpil hprA i. Just Light, iiv!- more details of a bloody VV tragedy iu iJibl founty. For some time a gtiit,' of moou-.uners nave been operat ing nrnunJ Die c 1 mines and railroad camp? in :a-'. neighborhood. They be come .10 Uld tin y defied arrest and at . itv,t a T.iiitiil SUs deputy marshal who vi-iited lihii! st;i!t;o:i was mn oft and or dored uver to return. Last Sunday the gang wayl'iid uud murdered a prominent citizen of the couiity for his money. This aroiV'd snuh exeitement that a IT- ocsse was orirtiu .ed to hunt the outlaws. ihey worn .jna found, and, after the ex change or ...

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. — 9 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY, AUGUST 9 1888 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Entered at the poetf fflce a second claee matter. Office of publication, We.1 Fecan etreet, next to poetoffi e. STATESMAN TUBLISBIHG COMPANY. L. A. Ellis, President Ui T. Pkyob, Vice-President rarro Bkowic, - Secretary W. R. Hambt, General Manager BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION DAILY. One Year (Invariably in advance) I'JJ JJ U montns " " " Three month " " " One month " M " B 00 2 50 1 ou Twelve months 1? !?? U I w mnntha 1 W months Hem'l'thv draft on Anstin, P. O. money order, postal not, reentered letter or expreea, iplee aent free on ailicatloa. Sample ANNOUNCK.ME.NTS. WE a-e iiithorlwd to announce Jndffe J as. II. Hurts a. a candidate fur county judge at the enaulnir election In November. ITKMl DISTKICT ATTOHNEY I am a demo i cralle candidate for district attorney. J (IE II Stewaiit. We are ineti ur.ted to announce M. C. J. Wll helm as a candidate fur county treasurer at the eneuing election in November. " I...

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. — 9 August 1888

AUSTIX WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 9 1888 3 r HOLOCAUST. Fifteen Human Beings Perish in a Burning Tef.ement Build ing in New York. Sickening Scenes Men Juinpi ng from Fifth Story Windows. Mother and Children. New Yobk, August 3. Thirteen people were burned to death in a 8ix story brick building in the tear of 197 Bowery this afternoon. Six more, burned so badiy they will probably die, were removed to various hospitals. The house was a ram shackle affair, hidden in the middle of the block, the only entrance to it being a rear alleyway from the B3wery. In front of it was a four-story building, on the first floor of which was a saloon called the "White House." Adjoining this is Harry Miner's People's theatre. In the rear of the burned building were two houses hemming it in on the Christie street side. ' In this, caged in a building, lived abont a hundred and fifty people. The sixth floor was occupied by a single family, the head of which was a tailor, who made clothing for cheap...

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. — 9 August 1888

I AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY AUGUST 0 1888 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Gave Them Jcy. The following dispatch was received by the Rev. T. B. Lee yesterday: Fountain House, Waukesha, Wis. Your return to St. Davids gives us great joy. YOUB W AUKESHA iLCCK. Died of Sun Stroke. EH Garcia, formerly of Austin and who used to keep the chili stand on Congress avenne, died of sun stroke Monday even ing at his residence in Round Rock. Happy Hearts. Thera was a private.but very happy wed ding last night in South Austin, that of Mrs. Sarah A. Bunton and Jude A.C. Kellum, formerly of St. Louis. Rev. Junius Wilkins officiated. Only relatives and a few friends were present. He Was Truthful. Stranger "Will you pleae furnish me gome information about the management of your city affairs, its financial condition, taxes and population i ' ADie citizen "Sorry, sir, but I'm an nldermnn, and know very litt'e about city matters. You'll have to see the city clerk." The Bridge on Fire. Durir...

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. — 9 August 1888

TJSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY AUGUST 9 1SSS THE IRON HORSE. Sentiment Growitg to Believe Him of Sabbath Labor. Changes in Railway Circles Earn ings and Railway Construc tions on the Continent. Mr. Jeff Chandler, the Cot tun Belt's general solicitor, is in New York. Colgate Hoyt, of New York oity, bag re signed his position as direotor of the Union Pacifio railroad. The construction of the new machine shops of the Mexican National at Laredo, Texas, has commenced, and will be pushed to completion. The people of Texas trust be careful not to get into hot wtt r among them selves while trying to geoare deep water for their commerce. California is enjoying a boom in rail road building, which will add largely to the transportation facilities and the de velopment of the state. C. 0. Johnson, late division fre'gbt agent of the Kansas City, Fort Scott end Gulf railway, has accepted a similar po sition with the St. Louis, Arkansas and Texas, with headquarters at Little Reck. New Orleans wa...

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. — 9 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 9 18S8 6 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SATURDAY S DAILY. Cattle Thieves. Thursday evening two head of fine young entile were stolen from the pasture at St. Edward's college. Late in the afternoon a man was seen from the top of the foundation walls cf the new build ing lurkiug about the pasture fence, but no attention was p aupposed he stole th which got away and returned to the college grounds yebterday mornirg, but was badly crippled. An Enjoyable Picmc. An enjoyable time was had yesterday at Wheeler's grove, about a mile and a half above town, by a select crowd, the occa sion being a pleasmt picnic. The crowd was "chaperoned" by Misses Annie Borne fetd and Emma Billeisen. The day will long be remembered by all those who at tended. The Aransas Case. Mr. M. M. Kirby wanted $15,000 for four aores of land, to be used for depot purposes by the Aransas Pn-s Rulroad company. The eit zens refused to pay it, and uuder the law commissioners tj coudemu the p...

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. — 9 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY AUGUST 9 '1888 GOOD SEED Which Save Been Sown Upon the Great Field of Life. Lessona for the Multitude by Great ' and Good Men Religious Gleanings. This is the tenth Sunday after Trinity. A true friendship is a religion, rather than a sentiment. A year of pleasure passes like a fleeting breeze, bat a moment of sorrow seems an age of pain. As reasonably expect oaks from a mush room bed as great and durable profits from small and hasty efforts. The engagement of the Reverend Mau rice H. Harris, minister of Temple Israel, Harlem, to Miss K. Qreen, of London, is aunounoed. All that remains of ancient Babylon is now the property of two Hebrews ef Bag dad, who have reoently purchased it. It has reoently been decided by the su preme court of Pennsylvania that Band ay marriages are null and void. Only those friendships which are the deliberate choice of a thoughtful mind, and not the makeshifts of an nnoooupied heart, are generous and true. Ex-Mayor Grace has...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 9 August 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN niTRSDAY. ACOCST ft 133? (CMEAM ! In .;rr tiwlrfa' pr'ro In KilHon of t'ri r B. m If;a 'j-ner of onfiry. It la no-! by Uj I'altvl VV (-rrr nuiot. En l're1 ' 7 tvs UTi of ti i.eat l.'Dlritlca m Vm MirttiK, p-jrxt aid tn'Mt ileaittif ji. Ir. Friw'i Cf--n bixii? I- lr do Bt contain AxaartU. Li:a or A.asi. .V onlla ci. PKICE BAKIMi KTA'DE It CO., re ir no, cuv.insi. n. uivit. PropTttli (or Public Priotias, Binding, Printing Papers and Stationer. 0u4PTi:iiT or Matb, A''-?i. Ti, At;yi-t i lw. SZAf.'lJ YWWt AI.S Kill b pio-lv-i at fl ofli of h-r-ury of s . evil I o .!- ic a m. of HAH'tlMi', l'.e L'WIif i-iAV Or hiiP 'KM iK!S. J", ff''j .r . woa of lic-ysa, r lni of til tV, V d" .'.) jnVIr.z '.U'll'j' n r.'iv V; rT'-d V lv or w.''t hj air ';ir'.f.fr.t of tn- rv.t .v.-m.7iM, x- srtrillrijf iu7 b "- ' I-'. c.r!Ur,;r ofK f at t.'i'r i,f aod L'i.'j'i AfTjsrj: to f-jrrjiii unlit;;,,' r: .vj to f ir.l-i ri'.b utatio r.-rr a 0 t-i iir4 'ij law or fi-'l Or ar-r d-;art-r:j -f...

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. — 9 August 1888

At) WEEKLY STATE VOL XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 9. 1S88. PAGES 9 TO 12 NO 37 STIN SMAN SURRENDERED Pa l Sheridan, the Little Cavalry man, Has to Yield at Last. Attar a Long Struggle His Death Conies Suddenly and Painlessly. Turticulars of the Death of the Great Commander at Non quitt, Mass. Gar. oral Schofield Succeeds Him m Command of the Army. Funeral Arrangements. Nonquitt, Mass., August 5. General Siicr.iiau's death oocurred at 10:20 this evtvi ig. Previous to the sudden ap peartuoeof heart failure, at 9:30, there had been no premonitions to-day of any unfavorable change in his condition. The weathur had been warmer than usual and the general was at times a little restless, on' seemed bright and cheerful. His -voio" was very strong. He took a full su);pty of nourishment, slept aooasionally, an usual, and tha doctors and his family weru in hopeful spirits. Xt 1 o'olook Mrs. Sheridan and the doc tors vint to the hotel for supper, and soon afsi r iheir return the...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin weekly statesman. — 9 August 1888

USTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THUESDAY. AUGUST 9 188S 10 WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN. TKXA8. Entered it the poeK-fflce as wcondxlau matter. Umc ot publication, ei recan su-eei, nen potoffl e. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. L. A. Ei.ue, III T. Pbyor, W. K. Hambt, Prmldent Vlee-PmlcVnt tVcreUry General Manager HATES OF fcTJHSCRU'TIO.N . DAILY. One Year (Invariably In advanco) 1 1" m Blx moDtna o ' Three month! " " " S" One month " " " 1 " mniT niii.Y. Twelve month! t- Slxmontha ........ ' w WEKKI.T. mnntha .,...'', Twelve months Pottaue tree to all parte ol the Lnitea Biauw anu vanada. . uan.iiKiriiri.ft An a natfn. P. O. money order, Doetnl note, registered letter or express. Sample plea aent free on application. Twelve Pages. WHAT OF THE IKHIUATION SCHEME r We had plenty of rain last spring, w had oceans of it. We bad so ninoh of a down poor, everything looked 89 fresh and green and prosperous, that all thought of our ever again being in sore need of rain to refresh, preserve and gnarantee onr ...

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